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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: June 6, 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: VID03519
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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OCAA


EVENING


CA1)


Velmme 9, Nmber 307 OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY JUNE 6, 1904 Fiy Cents a Mi, I a.Ye


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Iu F MIE


ISq 2 f1r 25c.
Trtbcots tOcpkg.
Pwe Guava jelly from 15
to25c per ar.
QaaEim T e a"d Grape-


Plan and Stfled Olives.
Grape NMtM, I S 2 for 25c.
MeIda n ango, 25c a tar.
Anchovy & Bloater Paste
AT THE




STENOGRAPHER
AND
TYPE-WRIER
MIS S. N. SINCLAIR
Private office In C'ommerial B-ink
Your work in the atbove lineq solicited
Speed and accuracy guaranteed.


FISh1 Al OYSTERS

I have fre*.h !ttt m Fish and
Mullet alwa), on hand:
Cedar Key and Crys'tal River
OV.TISTIS.

KCEVEO FREWS DAILY
Opened and delivered upxn request
SIE:I MI', I CAN
FI.I. L '(LR WANTS
W.M. TUCKER,
ctv Marke

I D. WILLlAlIS


PCAER TER A ND ILDER
Oftr is hi so-It'vi e' to th- people, of
(O 'ala and vi-iity foti \ i-ork ini his line.
It rt"'-ountii-Ila.Iita is :nii i g, county Ithe- I i.1 ;:I:hl"l tia It ke;ik -s-
tlmlate1 :iti .ii I' UI -I' i to ;i su-9 ''.ssful
mue. J. Is. \W illianis.
N lI.',, S. :'ndi St., .;atl:. 11l:1.

BREAD, CAKFS
_and--
FANCY GROCERIES

F and KFa.cy (sto 'I: M i: .1 Til -1

FRENCH BAKERY
I!A\S, TI II'M

MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING

Carpentering and
General Repa!irng
Sadacta C\d.ars ed
Addre-ss


0OX 1a


OCALA. FLA


W.W.Carman& Co.
You Aill flAud a ell sltle'ted stock of
gra'ri.-s at
CARMAN A CO'S..
an North Maiu St. north ot city mar
ket.
Spec.ialties-
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
CHICKENS AND EGGS
Renmni6er t i, pl.act, and rest assur-
#* we will treat .ou richt.
W. \V. 1\l;M.\N & <'<,




Cream Vermifuge

( TIE NMITEEI


SPARKIAN IS BUSY

He is Trying to Secure Some Appro-
priations for Florida Rivers

W\:tshington. Jul, 4.-R-pre-s-ett,,tv.+.
Sp lrkmarl is in th,- ,ityI to ut- lth,'
--, Iet;eil)y of a. t o il l iW l sli. of the+
;il,.u.i.. ,f 'i\' r a.in i h.t!o r- .tiu,.r',,,i i -
li ons .,ir-.rl. y pi ovi1-1 foi :t i 'ry.-t l
o' ti .it l.i inIl uth-r I it-i s it l-'lo* ti.I..
Th -i- is .all ui.-x;,--n.1-i l h .tl. ..- 01.
hli l'. .i'-.1 t i.* ,lisi.ositiot- i of th-e hii-f
of '-inginli a-s Ia to u*.- the- m niay Aiv lil-


SUED BY HIS DOCTOR
A *I 1 to t;I *-.i li *i4- x I I- fr0
$L.':.i. li hi< It litn-,i a,- i. -x xie--it\
for ch'ol-' i -ori bus.'" s:iy It. W hil-. .of
'*,,. h-il.i 4'.l -. A t the i:l he x.. ih -
-i i ii ni-,-Il s-kill ;tia l in-li, in-. I
i.k.',i hilan if it i\ is ot i'h-t h tii'l rl;ii'.s
S "ol I i 'h !-i ..A, I 1.t-rtf ho*w.t Rt-ill-ly
hl iu -,tl. :.- I .e l l I rlt i, r-h .0ia I+ h .- .
,. 0I! h th. l it t tis N -. 1,, i..1

S .%S*." ol *,h*,ll. I li',l ,111. Il IIl"\ '"
I ill- Soll ti ili *l r ii ts.

NO RAIN FOR FOUR MONTHS

The Candler Correspondent Describes
the Condition of the Country


SEE OUR SPECIAL LINE OF EXPLOSION AT PEORIA


Causes a Great Less ef Life and
Property


11


W J. CHAMBERS SHOE


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iilut'' M.-l s ;it.- ''it ,If .it t',.eis i.'-

r,-'s :iir- sutl'-ling 1i O lh," l:1 k of l ris--

iv \e.i h'- t li r I' -st! iof tli. IIr p. N.,
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i. *tiiiijl*-it* u.-iitl th. Nfith .:tst i unt.in'
Ie S'. iall.-r I.ih h.it l.il le 1 : n, -vl .ni ,
iirl I! .-\ .il(. nliv k tIhe th,- il upi-l iI |

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,*ilit is I,.- ita hiai .il .i lt.ily hy \W It.
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hnt .ill in.1t ki -t,-, l ,it l lti '.I h. ,v"
.. R I E t OUi TO. NTh.- nil \ :s s.ll on .i.'-
,in t .' t th,- tIh \ \\t -.i h,-r lltl h.tis u .,l
.6 II i ,f 111- in.i k.-t11 %ii% 111 ls .,! .,'l
l. .|11 I'I .tx .1 t, n <,', i I .- 1-lnl.

HAVE YOU A COUGH?
A --l o.s ,f l;.ill. .1 s -i lr' .h.u.1l SIIyr-
iI, %\ill r-li..- it. ll.v you i y a l '.' A
to.. of I.-I il.l, it l.. Iin .1 il fr...-
Itl"llt sn;ill .10s..>s of t fr,-houmil Syrup
liltirig thII Il--iy will rt,.nove It. Try il
o % \\o) illi.i ,'uumlih. rfor ;itsthni.. for
,,i|i. t hnn. n f r h ar, -hilis. NMIs. .I
,>l. ;rltl. 3-'7 E. First t.. l utt'his<,n.
Kants.. rit,-s: I have us.-,l Hiillarll' s
|,rohtiunil Syrup in ilmy f:imily for fix.
-a;rs. ;mll,- I lihd it lilt- ,wst .inl mst
pil.t:ta ll lnl t i- i t. o- I ,'',-r us-i l." .," ..
1*' St. S l. o I o IAy lh" A. t-i-M II 9l. t110'1-'0.

GENERAL TYNER ACQUITTED
;,.n. Jain...- N. hyais.r hi. l,.*-. ., -
ililt,'l Iy .1 \V:i hiiI l h.'l. if .t .l '+ S; %: I 1 bllll ll: ;l,.l: ill
,0il, 1', t 1, il \ th, l S.St.li S, ,t, i.S

THROWN FROM A WAGON
M i.. ;>.>ii K Il, .! n k nt thlito li
f!,r'ott I l I s \. .,:I. ] \ l h ruii.-.l
11," .,I; hit .I s.,\ s I,, t i .. I'.m.s I ;.ii;'
l.' *. ... .NI V 1. .... k is . \ ,-I
k !,i,\\ t! ;ItI 'I : N .. Ill I'! i :. '**)11 .
T"ri r is inol, hinie" "',i';.. to, I'.,ini IS h!
I',,! s|.I .nni .ii.l ti n:s-'s. It w ill .*1 ff t 1
, ulr i ,,li, -tt ',: I lh iit ,"e i fl ll!,, *
i .t, 'll;;s's'w.

AN APPROPRIATE TRIBUTE
1: ,,'.'". .1 .. .' :a .S h \ t '!' -
! ..f t .- ': aT. M ,, ,I :- I. 11,1 \'. ; '
* l ,. s | !b i l . 't I : ,. l | ,* *s ,.


REVOLUTION IMMINENT
.A ..,:.' siIZn ..I" I'nr .!, o!' icl X+.t ,1f, 1
< :-' u ,. y1 u r ,, ,. iln % ,l;" '.,!! 1. u -
,,*ts I:' ,t I; ..+ \i!l ,i l k l'y i.s-


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',,*\tl ;i s\ ,.I n's .... ..:!" {,.r.'+t ,-t:.'i "!y .'l-; !

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SHOULD HAVE BEEN ACQUITTED

rh.- jui. ;it M..nti. *.ii... N Y.. it, th
,.- :- K.-t. T i ,.:; -! h sht h-:"
SU Ir t A. ii ti*i 1. ts .1', ht.:- i.isn -m- II
.-,.t t o.' Vy .11 th .- kit. ; --l -t.. .-. rutlli I
l." 1. ,il.ll 1 11n T II :UI II I t K.ilh -
l .. I t. . ll t -ntI-h -. h -


A STRONG HEART
. :issur-,- > i,' I .- f t *- ia-tia o In ii-
. tI,.
  • t uiip igiinst th- h-art-. This .:tus-.*a
    .hillirat -ss oif bir-. th. .tl.itati.iol of ti"-
    i;i w .. ,!.l -II r :l it k st ve. K,,lolt
    *ys; .-is:,t i "Curc- c ur st i-s liii -.lK'n, r+-
    i '- the stoi in ht :i kt-s, t -li sitriinl
    tff itr h, .rt a;rl oist -rs it to a tfu'I
    ,-i fro a.ii,. ,-of its function niti! ally.
    o l- l i. 1 .-,iy Is th.- ,I i t. tohl lv y iltb-
    ilIg I ,ili h Iin'1 I.fig-stiv'z ,rm..inl.g
    to ,lits-st. -I n;ilat- :I1 -l a;pp1'r l I i:it-
    to thI I loo, l :; ,1 tis. u-s:l, :ill of th.- f.ool,
    Il I ilW-lIt. T"r, l-s t ,.- l o111,itll> :1!l ,*li-
    li\ 4 Otrme.InIs. S'11.1 t \\' ,. .\Iil,\r-
    "1i.

    I.' '~AT l.T. t ,i i .. lt E \ ,C. i
    ,.it,.*rt l. .i trh N . In ni .- "hoh ,-. t',or
    l. hl! ;o,, l;,- i t l ,,I1 $ 1 I,,l it l s ,. ul't ;
    I. tl l-. f i,... .1. ,;.-0 \V ,,110, 1, .



    EDWARDS

    AT THE CI1


    Leading Wholesale


    WESTERN AND CHOII
    CELERY AND ALL OTHER
    FREE DELIVERY
    .


    0j0o @/i


    AN EXC


    TEDDY WANI
    '1i'^ i- .. ini n-it


    LUMBER
    I llIItI


    ROUGHG H DRESSEID


    S| I Poria Ill.. June 6.-An explosion.
    | wh ich oI..urredl in the eleven-story I
    wa rehouuw, uf the Corning Distillery. S
    the second largest in the world. Satur-
    S.tY afternoon. completely wrecked the I B H
    building. f
    The ruins Immediately took fire and
    communicated to three adjoining build-iPH( NO. 25.
    ings. burning them to the ground. Ten
    men w.era buried beneath the ruins and
    burned to death and six others were se- -
    riously injured. The loss on buildings 0 01 r
    and whisky and spirits stored will ap- i
    proximate S1.iiw..hi ; .
    Th+e fire spread to the stock yards COMMI
    rS TO BUTT IN district. where a dozen large cattle;
    arns. fill-d with cattle for market.,
    t hi. r..it kn=Awn to were burned. I C AP


    I l~ i~uaN III.i] t he .Ja panoese go.et
    h I tt~~tthe I -r.-.sui len t*-t ., ,ta- Is re.Ld y
    I.t*:I:his ..uI(Otti..-S tiophbring about
    I.'--n i!,theiri *u hen lmdh are
    i lI; 11g. i'Ia,.e as n iie1-ii~l-it that
    h.I if' It he twIi,'ht&r -11t i1.0tI-odi5 AilII
    ..: I .ltM t,,.-e.*l, It i.r ani,N'lP--Jyelse-


    The cause of the explosion cannot
    yet be determined.
    The wiltieRt excitement prevailed i:f-
    ter the exilosion. ,;and the im>jise l
    plant was. surroundeil by thousands st
    I>,,,Ai,. .ho. however. were. unable to
    get ctlost to the structure on ac'tiunt oif
    the inte-nse heat.


    I -


    ee or Phno~1


    SEYMOUR
    .oh Phu.


    nercial Banky
    RANCH Of "
    IRCIAL BANK. JACIINmV1LLS


    L


    -- 50.000C f


    INTEREST PAID ON TIME W9OTO


    OOES A GENERAL RANKING USXN O SPOll .
    RICIlVED. LOANS MAODL. IXCHANE IOUMIW
    AND GOLD


    I Whiky Flowe1t M illlinlCtl
    CURES OLDSORES Whisky Flowed Amog Cattle Elegant Millinery
    The warehouse., containing in the
    neighborhood of 30.000 barrels of whis- ----.-*.---*-i------- -----*-*-.-----.-
    I"\,tliar I t-I.i n .i .nt y.: Your Snow ky. was instantaneously a seething cal- i
    inin, -. t ur-.i .n uold sore on the si side the big structure could escape. TheI A - aRIK
    warehouse. in crushing the smaller
    it. ...'h' 1i a- ortr- %%a;s stubborn and ;- s
    a."u. ut.i .t -ire.i i. t..tmenlt. unt I i structure nearby. set that on fire, and th Fin t, t Egat L y
    tri-ed Sn l.init-ntt. which dil the the whisky from the burning barrels
    tri-,! Sid\v ryhninnn-htt whis'h ito then.
    %%,.rk in short ,rl.er. My sister. Mrs. floode everything in that section. Her styles lead the world of fashion, and always will be fo ld
    . Large stle;tms ran down grade to-
    *,,luhi t Jt.I a.h.'. Allnsvilmiu. Miffn ward the river. and in a short time there the most exqusite production ofi modern art and stys
    ,,unty. 1'.n.. hIais s 'ore and mistrust
    thi.t it ar Pler. Il.se sen! her a there was a foot of whisky In the cat- TIE AT S PAM CE ATI W
    ,.. bitl... sol S byv the Anti-Monop- tie plens east of the warehouse. where
    ,,- ,*,u13.. 101 steers were chained fast. Their Befl i Le d D A y
    distress latee! but a few moments.
    F AEhAt my barn in. ho-wever, for they were soon roasted to w i eWt
    II.\AY F)IL SAI,.--At my barn In
    ,h..:>, aMt G e-ts iper bale. Examina- 'i' eath or suff4->at t-dn. A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.
    .i.i siit-d. J. .I .McCyins. i Theyy %ere the prioerty of tkood andl
    ____ K-ifer iof Chicago. It is impossible to - -
    4 ti t om ie their loss, but it will armouiit
    l.,t ,of" st:xti,ot*-iy a d 1 stattllers' sup- |
    pi.. t .st''i'e'i-. ('ta la News Co. to thousands of dollars. J. M. MEFFERT. J. H. TAYI R.
    plii-s. just I *eivel. (Ocala News Co.
    The two fermenting houses we-re
    4j0edily food for the flame. They were
    two structures of good dimensions and
    BROTHERSoth-r practically destroyed.Ocala IcePacking
    The firemen got near the fire with
    difficulty. and the water had little or no Have d Iea t and -M t 6- Id V "
    "Y MARKET effect. A high wind was blowing and
    fanning the flames in the direction of In "u n Khs a as -M--
    thte Monarch Distillery, and for a time- tuiflag ot the pwet, haMWs aad M
    & Retail Butchet s it was feared that the fire would sweep
    along the- entire river bank. However.
    the heroic work of the firemen began to A .
    tell. and at 7 o'clock the tire seemed
    E FLORIDAME control with n liklihoo of WATCH FOR THE BLUE W
    VEGETABLES IN SEASON further slpr-ead.
    TELEPHONE 100
    TELEPHONE FIGHT WILL BE BITTER ** -- aSA

    .*o Those who will persist In closing RESTAURANT<
    T IO N their ears against the continual recom-
    EOi mendatlons of Dr. King's New Discov- I ___
    cry for Cnonsumption, will have a long "Dst ( l
    an]iX fl*r- u- h -x ai tmhj_ i_*& :f x J s slf


    "A prophet is not without honor, save in

    his own country" Is a proverb that does not
    always apply. For instance about 1000

    people in this country do business with

    MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

    Ocala, Florida.


    T. W SMITH


    &


    COMPANY


    1-.,W A

    Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for business is
    the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Square.
    All Goods New and First Class: Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints: a
    Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Tools of all
    Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Agateware, etc. Sash, Doors
    and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Ranges-none
    better: Wire Netting. the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Low*
    est Prices Will Prevail.
    Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familiarizes Us
    With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited


    Special Sale

    of Sewing Machines

    We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used--ome
    jut little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
    oeen thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re-
    alaced 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;I.
    Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records for $5.


    I a tiu uitt erf iigt wi ttii iuir trouble., if
    not ended earlier by fatal termination.
    Read what T. R. Beall of Beall, Miss.,
    I has to say: "Last fall my wife had ev-
    ery symptom of consumption. She took
    Dr. King's New Discovery after every-
    thing else had failed. Improvement
    came at once and four bottles entirely
    cured her." Guaranteed by the Anti-
    I Monopoly Drugstore. Price 50c. and $1.
    Trial bottles free.


    GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF AIR:
    The navy department at Washington
    proposes to assume charge of all wire-
    less telegraph stations on the sea c-oast;
    oif the I'nite.d States, and to prohibit
    the operation of such stations by pri-
    vitei persons or corporations. This is
    thought to be necessary to a proper
    leflense of the coast. It is foreshtl- I
    .owed that the service will be tree to
    the general public.

    FOR A HUNDRED YEARS
    For a hundred years or more Wit h
    ,Hazel has bet-n recognized asw a super-
    ior remedy, but it remained for E. '.
    Iet-Witt andl C'o., of Chicago. to dis-sov-
    or how to, combine the virtues of Witch
    Haz-el with other antiseptics in th-
    form of a salve. DeWitt's Witch Ha-
    zel Salve is the best nalve in the wor-l
    * for sors. cuts. burns, bruises and piles.
    The high standing of this salve ha-m
    giv-r; ri.e to counterfelts. and the pub-
    lic sa- ai vi.d to look for the name
    "f'-WVitt'." on ,th- package, andl .,-ep.t
    no tither. Sol, by Wm. An-lerson

    BURNED TO DEATH

    J., kso,nvllle. June- 4.-Saturdlay at 4
    rn m.. Mrs. So;.hi.. Myerson. .n lighting
    Sg.s.a-iin- stov.- a4-id ently set her
    :,)thing on tfir- .itrl Awa. s tdly urn-
    ,-.| th.t T h- s ,h I a' 4 *'. lo. k that af-
    t-:t,,,. H,-r son. ,''(,. Max Mlyerson.
    1 ;: dyingg to s.v h'- hi. s blly hurn-


    CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

    Delicious Hot Soup Daily
    Dining Room o unf -" "l L l

    atteumiom gten to Apealc aa
    the market of eam prepared r tIie r"M
    shoot noU**.

    Dumlb Walter Conaects WM Wtr
    SlfCool, Attractie Waiter adk CMn V~l


    THE CARMIGHAEL & S M

    At McGrath's Stand



    A. E. BURNETT
    THlE JEWELER


    "INE WATCHES, GUARANTEBD SILIR

    JEWELRY

    AND

    OPTICAL GOODS

    REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


    Mercants Bck.


    OCALA


    W. P. EDWARDS
    At the City Macfat


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    OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1W4


    AGAIN THIS WEEK,

    CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR


    BARGAIN


    TAB


    Upon vwkc yoci find a l arge
    m-BBy of remaa t


    mym 1 A MYSTERIOUS MURDER
    WE
    Body of a Middle Aged Jacksonville
    Lady Found Beneath Her Bed
    Ja,'ksonvillt. June 6.-Mrs. Matti- E.
    c'irli.sl was founl dea.al b-neath thei
    t.- l in h-r r-ion :,t 117 West c'hur.h
    s.tr-e t .in this ,ity. Surnl.i.y n.111 it:itg.
    i Mrs. s 'arlisile .,is th,- ih,>w 44f JO.-
    Seph t'arlisle a former menrch;atit of;
    this pla*-., and sint- the- datllh of h-r.
    husbahld. --ral years ;agu. ha.s Inade a
    business of r-nting fultnish-.1 rtmnisn t


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    94.


    AMD d6


    CAPITAL, -


    A.


    - $SO,(OO.


    PRICES


    H. B. MASTERS,

    "Th House that Treats You Right"


    EVENING STAR

    C. L. SITTINGER & CO.

    C. L. Sitting and R. R. Carroll


    Proprietors and Publishers

    C. L. BITTINGER,
    Editt r*nd .OGeeral Manager.

    R. R. CARROLL,
    City Editor and Business Manager


    PLEASE NOTE

    Our readers have no doubt noted the
    fact that since the first primary no Tal-
    iaferro and DLavis literature hts :at--
    peared in the Star. The reason is this:


    VOTE FOR THE BEST MAN

    Loyalty to any cause, or person rep-
    Sresenting that cause, if it is a good one.
    'is worthy of emulation. but to stand by
    a man just because he happens to be a
    citizen of a certain town or community.


    rt g:trdll-s of his character, is another
    proposition. As a friend to the Dun-
    nt.-llon tcan;lidlatte for sheriff, one who
    know s him intimately and has seen


    what charact -rof man he is. what he
    has done ats at, official and how loyal
    he has prov-ed himself as a citizen and
    tax payer of Marion county makes me
    lp.us*- and contrast him with Mr. Gal-
    lowa y. It is the best man in the race
    that I desire to see elected sheriff of
    Marioun county. and sizing up both men
    in all that c-onstitutes manhood and
    civic virtue and citizenship. in my mind


    We were offered the said. advertising ;,ordon is the better and superior indi-
    If for such advertisements we would visual. This is my reason for Gor-
    publicly proclaim our advocacy of the dlon's advocacy, no other. To me it is
    claims of these candidates. We declin- not where Mr. Gordon resides: that
    ed. because our I*osition all Ihrough ,..unts for nothing in this contest. It is
    the campaign has een that our col- what manner of man he is. and I am of
    umns were at the disposal of all ctanl- the opinion that a large portion of the
    didates for pay. our opinions wc-ere v,,tte-s of )calat take the same view of
    ours. and not for sale. See? ,this important question.' affecting every
    I intre-st of Marion county. If so. I have
    TRYING TO DOWN BROWARD reason to believe Ocala's voters will
    not take a local or partiall view of the
    ('ircul:'rs a.rre strewn broadcast o'r t'as-. but vote for Mr. c;ordon. whom
    the towi this ir t.-n trying to proveI am satisfied will make an ideal of-
    that BRrward's re-0tI .s an official w::,: fln'r--Just what Marion desires. A man
    bad; that he was re-m.ovi.d from office \h, h as demonstrated he is a property
    as sheriff of Ihival e.ounty by Governo"- .e- .t and therefore a property pro-
    Mitchell because .*efua*-e to rnemot. te- 't"r., is what I seek. :tind on reflec-
    from the pollintg on the 2nd day tin I sincerely trust :re the views of
    of October. 1,94. ,.tputy sheriffs whom the Irooperty owners and tax payers of
    he h- placed there to asee no fhiraud the' county. Not the location of a can-
    was commltteed. For this a,.t. dhic.h dilute'ss residence, but fitness only
    Governor Mitchell ordePed. because of should call for the voters votes.
    false accusations made against Brow. A Voter.
    ard by his political enemies. oi,\vernor'
    Mitchell expressed deep regret. Now. ROUND TRIP RATES
    what was the result of PIroward's re- TO WASHINGTON
    moval" Why. the people of J.ackson-,
    ville, seeing and know ina :a rank injus- The Atlantic coast Line, the quickest
    ttce had beet dotre f :i faithful official. route by two hours and eleven minutes
    re-nominated him for sheriff at the tflrom Jacksonville to Washington, offers
    next election and victoriously elected excursion rate. Jacksonville to Wash-
    him by a rousing majority over the ington and return. $:t7. Tickets now on
    matn G;overnor Mitchell had appointed sale. "Fl'orida anld West Indian Lim-
    to fill Itrow:tru's unxpired term. So it-.!." fastest and tiniest all year train
    tile 0reci'.% \\ .t n 11t hal : t all for Brow- let'l"t-en the East and South. leaves
    ard. but it .ws fir Mit, hell and those Jacksonville 9 a. m.; arrives iWashing-
    who sought to spitefully antd onirgful- tein 7:44, a. tn.. follow ing morning. No.
    ly use ltrowarl. I..-1t *v.-e y hton.s vot-- 40. Atlantic oast I.ine Fxpress. leaves


    er dra I his ownt inf.ern' e an td \vt.- -w ."lp'ksi tlI ll' "I, In.; ;Iati\ rs Wash-
    vordingly. ington 1 it- | p. M.. foll ming evening.
    i .\i e-x, -ll-'nt 1 opportunity to visit the
    RINSON WADE tationt's c capital at nittminial cost. Tick-
    BRINSON WADE
    *.it.s u-od il ettutrrni 4 II totter 31. Avail
    uinr s-lf qf th ului< k-st a.nd bH-st line.
    A quiet but ha appty .**.llirg ltook pi.t o- i
    lkith trains a .irry Pullman .dra%%inx
    SunYdav .ift'*tt'>.n a.I tKhi home of Mrs. ith t-a is ulhan nlt':trt lg
    It v.t l rii, i ssl.- prs. Jacksonvill, t, \\'asi'-
    I. M. Evans n * S i. inttoi. F-loi il. ani' est Inituan Limn-
    her grnti.l.;lighter, Miss Minnie I -n st dinin
    Wade, xas lmalde the wife of Mlr. Hamit- ahie a lltm-n
    ton It. Itrints'.n of Oxford. R.-v. L. it.
    A'vrren ..fti i:t, i. Th-.._'."IttIw. W\'. H Leahyv. Div. P:tss. A t.. Savain-
    ''-t n ,fti. i !... Th1 0. ;.
    ,.i.._:. ._d. f.. -...1. h..


    rquit 4on*.. 1- toa
    I^UITIP ttl11 t.tI' l .1 { %*- \\ .I *1|i l l IIt ".1 '
    pt-sellt. lnt ll!, .M lt.. WVill.ian 10,, k.'
    lMrs.. A. Voct .and dautht.r, Nr.t .l.y.
    Mr. ain1l Mrs J. \W. Ja.ks-on. .1-- s<.
    WValtr and Ad;tnil I'rinson. nephews ,,!
    th. .. \m I f ; rs P mt


    Snuith of oxforit. Mr \'ill ni i M.'K:.
    uife an.l daughter. Ressie. Mm-. John-
    sorn .antl ntice. Mr. Stephen c':lter **f
    South Lake' Wvet .iItmI Mr. AlIIt.-i St \'-
    ers of the :Iss'ss,:-'s trfice'.
    u'ongr tulal!>:ot;< fll,\\.l| th'e iOw "'pr' -
    Sive wortls th at m.t .. T. IH: ls,,n .n int'
    Miss \V.t,- hIus ituand Ii! wife.
    The tridv- w.ias I.c uing!y attired iit
    a neat t'tm rtn *ni .a. s irat ling dr., ss.
    a ith hat ti, in.itlh. .in.i ;,'l sr -.-.'. .i
    charnnmi -ng -.r., i r T h hii py t .t-
    ;ole tixk the 2 i:; 1. 111. n S- it ',,: i tr.ati
    tor bxfod. t i, in tt hutur'- 1hi10e.
    The grriom is in't of e oxfori's thrifty
    and successful firmrres it:l t':i'k- .


    REDUCED


    S t* l..1 P1. A.. Ta .. IFla.
    If" I Taffc MmlgrWi., t ,04ffice I rugstore.
    I I .M ;m e :s 0,11. T fat fi M .1 u t a i ;g *r \ Vil -
    1'o llN N. C.
    ,ntn. N THE LONG LANE
    W. J. Cr'tge. ;,en,. lP.a s. Agt.. Wilming- OF JAPANESE LUCK
    trn. N. "'.
    'our thiums.tinl Russians :ie reported
    WM. ANDERSON
    to hay,* st,,rni lt a pi.sition h1.l t by
    Asks the readers of this paper to test 13,i4 J.I :t.nest. a nii to have lee n re-
    h.- value of Ko.)1,1 I lysplepsia Cure. puls-,,,l ith a loss of 2' kill.,"! a:,- 4i,,0
    'Thits0- pe.rs,.ns who have used it antd ,,tn ,.,' tht- J.i,;ne.e ha.virag nn,- n
    \\li: h-tv.', li-i.n 0 ur' t i hy it. ,i,, not hes- i.n,; ,iit killed.
    ;i'.-'. t e,, e,. ainnnt.l it t, their friends. I The Ru sian guino.iat 1illial was tor-
    K" i., .ii.gests what y.t u eat. *oures inli eei.du ,t ;ti. ,.tr,.,yed at Port Arthur-
    cst-Rilon. .iyspepsi a ;inl .ill stomach .Satu v.
    tr ,!,les. It ilt: *.tses strn-tnrth by en-__
    .il r th' stein'..'h a;n-I d.iite'sttve ,r- FARM FOR SALE
    cans to contr ihule to the lotoI all of A splendid farm of 4,i, :t,'n.s. 270
    it, l.utl iin.ent ,.nta.inel in: the f,,oo.
    atire1 ftentwedl an-l in u' t aai i1,n. all
    K,. *,o 1 letvsj-e psica <'ure is pleasant andin-t .lnd
    s a ham -;.,,k. xcet'pt 4"i, au':'es. i!-.-.t .ind
    p tl.table. in Fl- lida. lo,'ated 6 mnilos siuth of
    '., i;.:ta Good well. t iste n. s.r:ini and


    and is looked upon .s one.- oif i.it .- j
    Sf rtht t- R D. FUI.ER.
    excellent cotmmu'nitat :-imos!t .l.eirtal>e .n R. D.*
    representative. ;:'iz, ..
    The brtde is:t \.aii'ut : \y of :: .- :,.n- + DLENT IST
    sonality anti ,h.e:nn-e trn:.-. t : -: -f. ( fi er Munroe & Chamblisa
    cious as ,she as han-tson.n .1ll, .L. i, :!"- Bank. Ocala. Florida.
    favorite with atll whot know h,-r sunny
    dispt siton :and s lo'l : ,! 1 .n "'',- -
    best wishs,- .> f the Sta: ga.* wth them CI ACE


    Mr. N. A. l:I ~im..- ..f F-': t. r. r,,:!;.-r
    to Proffess>:r B'insri s;-;'nt Si;",.>' i't
    SWt'ala. HeI ma-' .1 ,- .s, tn -. th 1-
    Star and reports the Ed-:rr Por-ter!
    Kaolin Ctonip- .n .f l it ;i' .- : -. .1
    thriving business H*i- says they -.tr' y
    sixty m en on urh.i- I..y r.,ll. inl .: "
    now using trute T.\ is -i: fo.r fu.ei .;-
    Ite a ,r ,if l-'lo r i, |:t u xw. d .d h !. l n* "


    DENTAL SURGEON
    Offce Upstairs Commercial Bank
    BuI;diug. Oca'a. Florida.
    TERMS C4SH


    W. H. MAREAN, M. D.


    :poInd of .water. tood residence and am-
    ple farm buildings of all kinds. Farm
    is thr'-,ughly eqluilie with mi,-l-rn
    ini lenient. and the folli'wnig live
    'stock. Ten heal of horses. 4, heal of
    'ch.ii-e Flori-la att!e. 1"" head ,tf hogs.
    ,'W.ic'ns a:n! t'upgies. Pt,.. For Ip:i,-e.
    a I-reoss J. HI. J. Counts. Oi ala. Fla.

    S Mr. M.. Le.' T. rs.. *'- v
    S, it1 il.i i! Ni S o, It* !- ., ,tt-'T. I '
    - ] ;z..u.:;, .t.X S.I. ', ,,;,l y .1n" t.. !.,,,k
    atft-r :h 1- L.tn:e:- ;*-:*. t.- H- i .
    bt other-in-l.ta ,if Mr.er --1. .- .--.
    .,;. h is t hi .f th- a' :s ;: -n.
    Vi !i. arte -!,-ne -i1

    SUMMER NORMAL


    For Dinner!



    Well, just phone




    THE FAIR


    Theyfl get it there


    WE WILL SELL
    Colonist tickets to CALIFOR-
    NIA. OREGON, WASHING-
    TON, IDAHO. UTAH and the
    GREAT NORTHWEST


    CHEAP

    During March and April. Our
    route takes you through ST.
    LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, COL-
    ORADO and SALT LAKE
    CITY.

    -THE SCENIC LINE

    OF THE WORLD."


    M. Fishel's dry goods store for the past
    ten years and has made a host of
    friends with the people of Ocala and
    Marion county, whose best wishes go
    with Mr. and Mrs. Brown to their new'
    home.

    S HERE IS A GOOD IDEA

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

    SMOKING IN A


    For sale, 75 acres of as good land ax
    can be had in Marion county, describ-
    ed: W'j of nwt4. sec 19. tp 14. s. r 22
    e: or lying along the Gainesville road
    about 41i or five miles from Ocala.
    Here is a chance, for it will be sold
    cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star
    office. Ocala. Fla.

    $25 REWARD
    The undl-rsigrnedil ill give a re ,;ard,
    of $"5 for the- ii.nam9- f the pa;rti-es ho,
    are stealing rrm.-lors frnrn h4i ti-lli a f%-w
    miles west of ,o:. ;la. \ith s4uffl I-nt ,-vi-
    dence to convi.t them. W\. P. \Wiiwoin.

    GOING TO TRAVEL


    SPOWDER MAGAZINE If you thir.k of going anywhere this
    Summer, and want to get a trunk that
    Is courting death more suddenly but
    not more surely than neglecting id-will make the trip an-i still be a trunk
    not more surely than neglecting kid- hn u t no h
    .when you get back. get one of tho,.e
    ney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure will n y get b ck. g one of o
    on sale at the Ocala .urniture 'om-
    cure a slight disorder in a few days.
    and its continued use will cure the most pany.
    Sobstinate cases. It has cured many
    WILL BUY MELONS
    people of Bright's disease and diabetes wL U EL
    w-ho were thought to be incurable. If I will buy your meilon.. Writ- m-
    you have kidney or bladder trouble. what you have. quality y .inl zize. vwh-n
    commence e taking Foley's Kidney Cure you can load anld there .rj I giv*- loyat
    today. before itis too late. Sold by -ash price, f. b..
    Sthe Postoffice Drugstore. Turner Burke, o-'la. Fla.

    FOR RENT AT SEABREEZE

    For the season, or all the year round,
    ,a splendid hotel, with fourteen bed-i G R I
    rooms: best location on beach. com- ---
    pletely furnished. For particulars and Pn" numn WO fOlwL L 1gpp
    to see photo apply at the Star office. -t b b Mu .e.w t W M O e
    rni. rUi UHnnav


    thre-e-fourths Wilkel- ;aindrl tn-fourth
    IInmiltonia.,: ciin ,o :. mil* in four
    minutes: are very kind and gentle: ,an
    be handled by lilies or children. Th.y
    are -ell matches in color. size andl
    gait: ;re four ye.rs o.Il. Prlie. *.',*.
    B. H. Sevym,nur.

    SHEAF OATS WANTED

    Will pay market price for 10.%0
    p[ lrindJ of o;tts in the bundle..
    Palmetto Park Farm.


    The Great Eamem

    and WesteR LUIo

    Across the Etire States of


    TEXA oand LOUISJlf
    N-* Thoo' hLE T AS-WER Yl IRTIO.1,
    Irect Lhe to

    NORTH TEX AS
    NtW MbXICO,
    ARIZON-


    'I


    t< urists during th-- intir season. Her
    house had be-ir well tille-d until recenlt- i
    )l. and at th- tini- of her death th-re
    were but two lohgers in th. house. both R. S. Hal, R. L. Aadeoa, Edward Hier, I. K C
    young girl .utenKgr i*h-rs.
    The young ladi-s left the house at S Geoc IeMacKay, Geosg Fed, Herb t A. Ford.
    o' lock Saturday morning. and ne\er
    saw her alive again. When they return- President: Caahier.
    ed at noon Saturday th.-y did not see
    her but th house was en as usual. HERBERT A. FORD, F. WATS
    and as they uere only rooming there.: 'U 3ERT A FORD, F. L. WAATSOM
    it was a frequent thing that they di-l
    not see her in the middle of the day.
    When they returned ini th- ev-ning. TAIPA W G1111 AT THE CHURCHES YESTERDAY JUS:, REC EIVED----
    however. .nd could not -nt-r the house. churches e y ry
    they raised an alarm and iplicenmwn The churches were only fairly at-
    they raised an alarm andt ivnthou in As we go to press, the score at tended yesterday. The weather was dry
    qt.rchel the house, but without rin,ling
    anything. the old baseball ground is 6 to 2 in and the sun glaring. though a pleasant
    The young women refused to stay in favor of Tampa. breeze from the east made the depress-
    the house, aril went to the hume orf a I p. m.--Tampa won. 9 to 4. ing conditions bearable. 1
    n-ighbor for the night. Sunday morn- The Catholics celebrated "Corpus
    ing they returned, and finding the %%o- WATERMELONS FOR SALE i'hristi." Father Bottolaccio. officiating. In Light and Dark Sh ae, and all
    man still nmsing. the police department Rev. '. H. owland. the new pastor S l W i" ts W! h y
    was again notified., andt I)etetve Jiame Have 31, acres of melons of the Eaden of the Christian churh. preached two m. W v
    Cra%%ford was sent to the house. He and ;Glssier varieties-a field in qual- I found the ack r o it not surpassed in the county. 'ill hrist the Light and Life of the Sie an amo any color
    searching the house made the gruesome sell in the tield or f. o. b. Call on Dr. Worrld." and in the evening on *'Hap-
    tdiscov-ery. The body was under the W. it. Wilson. over Pittman and Son's ;tism." Hie made a deep impression by
    bed and a blanket hadl b-e-n thro4 n ,furniture store. Ocala, Fla. his eloquent sermonns.
    across the bed to conceal it. The head Rev. I. B. Warren preached to god
    and body had ugly contusions and the CARD OF THANKS sized congregations, and delighted his
    lower limbs of the victim were adly hearers.
    swollen. The- l:ughters of the Confederacy Rector Little delivered admi:ible a ey are rt $3.50, b t as w
    There was no clue to indicate a mni- he-rby teri-l-r cordial thanks to the u. sermons to attentive audiences., it-
    tive for the crime. Two diamrnod rings I V's. for their presence on Melorial The Presbyterians listened to two m m SO we a e
    .re found on the dresse-r. andl ii a ,Dy,. to the. sj-akrrs for addresses, to gowd sermons from Dr. Lindsay. to sell at the ow prie of $2.50
    laundry bag currency to the amount of Dr. Lindsay for invocation and bene- The Methodists celebrated old Folks'
    $16, waas found. There was no, con- di,.tion,, to Miss t'elot for recitation, to Day most becomingly. The program
    fusion to show that any struggle had the 'rosebud garland of gills who as published in the Star was carried
    Occurred. and the death of the unfoir- pinned on the badges. to the marshal out to the letter and to the delight of
    tunate woman is veiled in mystery. She and aide w ho led the procession. to the a large and deeply interested audience.
    was more than 5.) years of age andl had gallant company of h-ala Rifles. to the In the evening Rev. Moore preached aI
    had no relatives or intimate friends .Marin cco.cert l and for beautiful mu- very el-luent sermon on the "Wedding, l
    here. (One son. Dr. Carroll Carlisle. i,. to, the it,- f:actory-Messrs. Taylor Feast." At the close of the sermon twoj
    connected with Kress and Owens. and Meffert-fotr ice. to Mr. Chazal for new members were received. Mr. Pha-
    manufacturing chemists of New York. use of tent, to all lwho in any way con- :on Itrown and Mr. Ben Raysor.
    has bee nnotfied. tribute to the dinner, to the Ocala R i INN D COT
    The entire detective force is at work ian, r t, anld Evening Star for publish- THAT TIRED FEELING
    onI the case. ig lti-s. an- i special thanks to the I ar d depre d and n- e g Hotl P nw ResWt o the East Coast f
    lt';ala 'ulniture c.illlentan.y-M-Ir. E. '. if you r n
    "Smith for chairs and tables furnish- capable for work. It indicates that your Florid
    Si1 free of cost. Mrs. I'. R. l ary, liver is out of order. Herbine will as-
    rPes. Dickisn Chapter., 1'. )D. '. sist nature to throw off headaches. V E RT H IN G M O D E R N
    Srheumatism and ailments akin to ner-
    CARD OF THANKS vousness and restore the energies and llomelike .ind C'omfrt.bie.
    T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's vitality of sound and perfect health. J
    Candy. Fresh Shipments Received J. Hubbard. Temple. Texas. wrIte. Hotel Drectly th
    Weekly. The .m.embers of the Ocala ('amp of Surf ubbarthing anti Sec. 1Tshine La.surrpaCsc.
    United I'onfederat.- Veterans tender March 190: have used Herbne Sur n an Fishing r
    BROWN'S CHALLENGE ACCEPTED their heartfelt thanks to the ladies oi for the past two years. It has done me $2.00 PER DAY. SI'ECIAL\. B Til WE':K
    -ickison Chlapter of the Daughters ofm Iore good than all the doctors. When A HORAC W
    Hin. .|. Brwn hs ben r- thD knf,.ray'ht rf thet buntifu i- Uhtrdn-I feel bad and have that tired feeling. AddK- HORACE F. SIEWART,
    Hon1 '. M. Hrown has been wear- the coiferderacy for the bountiful din- -
    ing a Davis chip on his shoulder for the ner supplies. them on Me+miorial Day take a dose of Herbine. It is the GOODALJ, - FLORIDA.
    ast few days ad dard a i rwar andmany their urtes. best medicine ever made for chills and
    partisan to knock it off. Allan Rodgers IKy request of fever." 50. a bottle. Sold by the An-
    and Geo. Mathe, s have a''cepted the laj. h. ,. M. Hubbard. Commander. ti-Monopoly Drugstore. T
    challenge. and at noon arrangementsreen. who represents a lead- A &
    were in progress to have- Brown a:'icept. WORLD'S FAIR RATES R.A. Green. who represents a lea
    ing commission house of c'inctnnati. O..
    so that a mn"-tiiig can lie* ht-ll t11niight

    s excursion rates from GENERAL LIVERYMEN
    and the debate heard. Via L. A N. R.R. who has been spending scveraloweeks
    spent Sunday with his family in Ocala.
    ASTHMA SUFFERERS Jacksonville to St. Louis and return. nt Sunday with his faly n ala
    a iy. Speaking of the drouth and its effect on
    SHOULD KNOW THIS beginning April 25. Tickets sold dally. ;ino e croh *ad ft
    S$u-w-Return limit December 15. the cantaloupe crop. he remarked that
    ,a$4p- Return limit December 15. TA r= a" T reaps
    it was difficult to get two or three cars I mm r, bj.3 At
    I'oley's Honey and Tar has cured $33.90-Return limit 60 days.
    ".a week. which number, had the season
    mmian ast.s of asthma that were to tmi- $27.50-Return limit 15 days. een favorable he would have had no
    .sidet ed hope-tless. Mrs. Adljolh Iluesing. Special coach excursions. $20.95 ben favorable would have had n
    7.1 W\est Third St.. Davenport. Iow-a, round trip; return limit ten days fromtroube to get each day. Though VL S, FA OES
    fruit it small. it is bringing good prices.
    %% rites: *"A severe cold contracted date of sale. Tickets sold only on May the growers lreceivin readily $1.50 a o ad g i
    twelve years ago was neglc('ted until 16 and 31. Corresponding low rates:
    crazte In the field. thMmth Rais.
    it finally grew into asthma. The best from other points. crae In the field.y thMt
    nmelical skill available could not give The L. and N. is the best line to S t.ad r ..
    e more than temporary relief. Fo- Louis. afternoon for Bakersfield. Cal.. tom J. R M A R T IN & C O
    Il.v's Honey and Tar was recomnme ended For schedules, sleeping car reserve fteir f tu hm t m s B -
    their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Brown
    .in.l one ,5c. bottle entirely cured me tions. or further information, write toD re n
    of asthma. whichh had been growling on J. MI. Fleming. Fla. Pass. Agt., 206 W. resi s a EVENTYFIVE ACRES OF A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE
    Ime for tw-elve years, and if I had taken Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.; C. L. Stone. CHOICE LAND FOR SALE ---
    it at the start I \\oul have h-en save.l G. P. A.. Louisville. war sorry to Mr. Brown y driving pnie. Kitty and Hattl.
    *. -. *.v0.,has been a popular salesman with Mr. y i


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    OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1104


    JA" O~rjPRVcK E A CHALLENGE ACCrr uED

    tililn. 4'. M. Urowii~ (Wa-la. Fla~.:
    m&h 11acA t Tiykurs. Ix-ar S-ir-I naaicta- in ttyterdaya's
    Ba nner a chAllenga- from you ti pthe
    rrV RagIptuon returned to Tamrma Browarad forq-s to meet you in jqpirit
    ; dobate toat the aturt htupul taiflight. As
    i ume oof the Hraowaral frcet.K I av-a-a-t the
    kIihoufle 1I4. If you want painsAtlngauln. 'itia tho he lw- that y-ta vull
    ncot, fur nmay tiiie ra-:t5'.i. igionti ii.
    Shasuldl )tu 41i. k tqa v%.tout halloa-zgs-
    I colk~cat~ c4'at n*y b*gtn Mhe P jama awlat nflmk a A :etar. I "ill jaracinipma- i. aa
    w ddl-ialauent t.ai list today. the liast iato-ro-1ti4thoic tag ( pour li'#..
    ______ \tra-)-truly.
    I. Tayla, tast fiea4h Iima fner Blitne- *AllionRualgo-rc

    DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED


    TO GIVE AWAY

    Twen-nty-five desirable buildings lots to
    tl- Kiven away. Set H. H. .Seymour.
    phori *- No. '5. a ity.


    FOR RENT, FURNISHED

    A nr-atl ive roo)in house. with bath.
    conipll-tely furihalslh-. t, to rnt for thi
    surnullllr. Apply at this office.

    SHEET MUSIC FREE

    If youa h;iv- a pIi;itrol and .;ti a sub-


    OLD FOLKS' DAY

    -Tca-erday %;d$ i4,11 'alks' D[bay in the
    .M. E. hur-h. The- exercises ,qe con-
    *luct-d b) the lita-rar- department tot
    the +p' am-th Lea-up-. an.] ct ntfri'to at
    s-mp- .ILd asings a iarayer and the Apos-
    ila-r~' a ;(asia.-t.al iruh by the c-hoir.
    fali~a\aa.I I~y f (a-% rttinai-s from J. P.
    Pi~cllips. %V thdra.-ad I1 ho- rgrfts of !zttom
    %a.ha. 4-10t.111110tt w. JaIei.ieft.
    Lmnaui si- Dio-1aziai-rrecite-tI *Lif"*ea Sun-
    ;i ** A ii iiral W% fair*woo- ot h.-r years.
    G;u: Za-Vwaalski played "Sueet Blye :and
    t.ith v~ari~otiaptis. a.hila- the ioffer-

    A laouquetwt V-.aS gKin ti th olalest
    s sigtr m.1t hrith+-r of~ the vhu~r.-h- t~nt


    EL TROPICO
    CIGAR FACTORY
    -0-

    Makerh of the
    -0-
    MILO DEYO
    Highest Grade 5c. Cigar
    --
    and
    GRAND ROYAL
    HAVANA CIGARS


    I i N
    In Five Szes
    -0-


    Te v'arikie *basal. *1 of Marian ty were In sFa-ion today.

    For reliable paititing and papering
    ase J. rttarr Steribrlibrgr. phone 116.

    The Montz-sunm hadl twenty-five :,r -
    rIvals yt-telrday.

    JIst re-ee-ived. fresh limes. for line-
    aes. C. E. Taylor.

    I. Horie and wife oif York were iat
    Mointeuma today.

    most elegant display of candy
    ft wa at Due'*.

    John It. '1-,l1 is hrere front Irviri.
    John at ,ai Mitlnit; :# eve-r.

    WANTFll Aso ;all1 Illl id Cml q.iLw-
    sill teiaHl. ApII' It, J. M M-ffTeit.
    (lhylI. I'a.

    Ltiy iS. Itaallaak uta.il t*a- luniila llaoa
    this aftier-ton iit sie:1wk in lIwhtallf of


    WANTEID A petition as twookkeeper
    or clerk. Apply to N. R. Reed. P. 0.
    Box 70. Ocala. Flt.

    E. Sinik. the- w.-ll knowIn shitigle
    man from W'hittel.-. iw.a at the aMoitit-
    Zuma y-sterda;:y.

    Htarlt-er wiast;la-l :t So. 1. South
    FIfth Ptrt-t-

    R. II. l C.. iL at tIh Mont(*ltrll.a.

    Best work In painting and paper-
    haunging done by Stertierger.

    ltr. 4'hat''- ;anI f:;1cnily h;av rot-lirn-dl
    fri ni Whit-e St uigs.

    NI SAI.K A: ,it< 'sa-,*ni hatiii
    bicycle <';tall : Mt lts. Itllcha-l'e l'. NA,.
    C., West Itroa,:l a:ay.

    Frank Taylhor. ith 4 alwwliha.imir's
    druwglartlr in T:lipl.a:. :as s iii tto n ltoil:ty.

    aMvlder. for keellng ntoths out of
    your woolen gondcs. Nothing else so
    good. Ioamtoffhl-e lrugstore.

    MIePltri. 4 att.e-I .1mind Sinl liton of Mii-
    anil)p. naval stIls owratlors. .ir*" :at
    the Mont(-**uiila.

    Nothing as guod for coilnoliweurs as
    a Grand Royal lowk. cigar. Sold by all
    principal dealers.

    Messm Ia., is i andl Irow:saril will at-ri
    vertil swotrdis tutrlt l i Jak
    WANTEIi- :.44l u-sthetls of Irish Ipa


    ..... .... ... .. .. ... .... .. th e " e r .I
    *I. th. aT lti \ htia a n.hri th ra rit r a tih i- i S t r. A% II t mail I N "T r hats all. v and the other CHA PEYSER. Proprietor
    ; ,hth.. l rh viir.,~-+v' a rut.+ f :t pio-. 4,f in.Itruin-intal -h t t Mr. J. I--* T |ri ll.
    :ld tha it is Iby ,nstittitr;onalt ,I + .tnl+die-t fi. I hl' lahinll wrt- i-. -.. h. laa ra : Irm on thou he-
    [k-:tiflj-.. is c. u-u-. i toy:an ifllaw.ll.1 *,(oil-
    I A. W ilja, afal tt* .. Mt.usil :l' rt.h :il liver:ane he onam th- he-:irts of all the
    tat-hiant Tu-. Whn this tul.. is in- ..Old baos and girls" 4)f his congrega-M
    flaint-l ,you haiert a trurnflii .%,oud #air tion. Whil,- there uatas a pathetic side
    inm t h.., ing. nl .he. it is ,-.. OT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS tu his r .nemarks. y-t his thoughts were
    titily 'l.as.-a.l ,.;tfn-ss is the r.-sult. l ---- toi-autiful anil sublime.
    un-s th i,,!;ntiatin ta. One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip .Miss Jennie Bull readl a touching Io,-.1
    ount tlial this ith" i.rl- ..ettte, ta its ..ta- 'rTikts a .s;,ala a-very \Welne.slday and -rn. entitled "(;randlmothter' Bible." O clu a, Jo
    m:,l i ;andlitio,,r. h-.eirinig ill tw b.i-stroi y- :atur'*lty: Itturn limit pixty lays. Major Izlar led in prayer.
    "4 ef,r-\-r. Nii.- .. ,,it ..f .,- 1a-iare The I'riso System,. in connection; Miss LUtti -Kingmman reiteg.l an orig- E
    .~.uus.-. t hy ':t;rh. \~hith is n.iCii ti th the Rock' Island t Sytepm. from minll I-m, entitle.!d The rh Man in the Phosp Ate, iV aliig and W asking M Iacry
    hut an inflamrn-l ,onilition of tho mu- ,mlmphis. offers the Iest route. ld 1 c'hurch." tith the a:icomlvanlinmnt
    'o(us s-.rvi-.es. VWrite for literature and full partic- a of "-,i Hundretl." ending with the dox- Wgo gg p .
    Wu will ive. an Htun.Ire-lI DoIll. for -any i:,sa af I.*:t-fn-ss I:tui.,- -l t-r Ag- ,t. A\ltlait:ai. Applrolpriate mottos %were placed on,

    ' :.''"- -II F^ f T '">'i HARNESSAND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
    a'.lt a.rlh ct 'U.. u,*nl, tir a'i u.it:tl. I a-a TO THE WORLD'S FAIR litt ',,e h hirhb itapro HARNESS AND 8ADD LERY OF ALL KINDS
    '. .1. a'h. ri-- at ',.. T I-l.,. -a AT ST. LOUIS pril:te- ible v, rset a. ere given the oller
    S ..a il Isy l,,. ij It :77 . lia k.t s at 1a. r:.o nt. a ao s.,e.o } ri-l a S i r a t he a'hurch as they ,le p:irt- W WA
    '- ..t 1 -f Aii h n. b .il-teh a ity '"' Bu ld ag ha-ate als, Every K ind and D ct
    tinll,! iho-,-ri ga ,"l- t, l ssur-i41 the-ln that
    .. .- -- P. A., .1. & u. It. ., .1ulrigum- a l
    WEATHER FORECAST e.v Al. tthy .iil.l hve glilly .l,,,.lne it atian- T lW r l A 1 W l ll lk
    fatti-r llak-a ):'- service.TV ~qOv 4A s


    V:Wasihiingitt,. lu. *; -'.r toilt. TWO ROUTES TO CHOOSE FROM
    ;ua.:i-r" in s.cLi llh..:.as pI.artiii.. Tu-les.i:y. T TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
    pa rtly .1011. ly. 1.. lhn hi ,tis i .i i h .,s t ,. --
    iatat a J. i' J~mn...l i ith.- *tficial route fr thie Flonai' W'onderful things are done for the
    S ':apt. W. J. llillni:iti af J..,ks.,l.iillp. trans. Nash- human bdl lay qIrger'. trgans are
    *,ln- aof the- l.ast kinoitA n:ai\:l s tores aio- takenrl ut :inl scrape. and polished and
    rvilla-. Tenri.. June- 14-1.-. They have
    ratliors in the s-i;tti. hikwis ;t t.h. t1oa rt- put back. ,or they may be removed en-
    tirely.: N es ;are spliced: piles take
    Via ontgomery and L. and N. R. R. bne re plied pies take
    The Plae l.-.a- .J;i.ksonv'ille. :0. p. m.; arrive the place ,of diseased sections of veins:
    The Place Iti ,-. :.*., at. m.-Hreakfast. antiseptic dressings are applied to
    To Find I.u.tv- Mia,,nry. a::l. I. ai' s. bulns. bruises and like injur-
    Ruas.* :t. hvill.. 7 1.- ies before intlnmmation sets in. which
    Pretty Frame Mouldings. Via Dixie Flyer Route ;i use them to heal without maturation
    llammocwks., Ii.,: .,. vill. -, n. ,riv n in ione-third the time required by
    Is at J. A. Pittman and Son' .tl,.,i. 3 :7. :... a.; rriv. N:shville. the ol-1 treatment. chamberlain's Pain
    S-;-, i i Ialm eilts on this same principle. It


    MI ss5 rs. .A \- I .Atill I ; int l i >l:i tIt:it
    I.,.hii.ii aof So uth I..ike \\'-ir 4:ttlli utn
    this .aft.inoon 1 tl tea iitonstilt -S leh- scha. oll
    I.* *it I ,

    I:llain. the c're:itn mn:n. h:1a fitted uip
    his -t+-.inm parlor iIn a manner that %%Ill
    tn:ike- his t thisc* w% ho ise seel-kiig sunlner refresfrh-
    nipnt.s

    SMr. II. W. A.il-i sonl :mi l hi l\t.
    pr,,nii.iig *l nsi. Elliiin*r't .ati I HI'Inry.
    -atilt.- \,-ir ftli i a I:ikvila to, l:y n il a iim il-
    ters of lusiln-ss. Mr. .t\nAl-i sl n .. il :ial
    th*. Star .1 pi-.Is.ialit <-:ill1 aini ssiure-I
    th.' **.litor th1.it itatwilht.itlasta linlt tlie
    trouth,. th-e n a;ik:Vall-rs tpat4ioioste tol have
    A: biK patri tht ilni- SiAaturday. July 2.

    Sticky fly papeIr anald door nax. Fresh
    stock just received. TyaligKs & t'o.,
    phone Not. 30

    I Mr. E. *'. list. h-ll if tt,.i. o 'I I
    f:thtt-r .t Mits. \W. T. '. -al. \\ li h.tis I.l-n
    -a nill. :tidl bI hoillti hiis ldaughtetrN. Mis.
    4 '.Il.-. .. % .l I' sAa ,lidl .a f,.\% il.ivs iaK 0.

    Ice cream at Troxier's. The season


    tatoew. Will pay highe-st iatrk-et pri'e. has now olwned. :ind the test that pure
    AplqlyI t.o Asherl Frank. iox 57;. c k-ala. Ilgredienti can make it. can be had at
    Fla. Troxler's.

    W.. K. Latw of Itrooksville. A. T. Tihe St:a is iin rect'ilt tf a litnlll
    Prtiet i l-vTrt-tiss ;iand Kit Scott taf Ar- i,4 i.,ue.sts from pt;arti's it lineg ti1 ,li-
    Cadia diali'. at the MLlaailte.zumll: tIodaal-. :tat pIorliions ,- f th t-' an lllty t s* -.1l
    --- - thti a ci:il.'s Vtilt. Mt,a io t. Th See tout ruled aind unruleld writing li. i. ,-,qeniila01.il,,tI.
    tpalet. '4 slhet-s lr 5 rents. At the-
    Ok'ala Itazar. FOR SAI. (heap. for cash. a cvom-
    l- -- --- 'te set of yKt)ncyc lo;Iaedia I llit.:lica:i
    Stam lIiltto. a frt'lieit t ihal.i I.ty. aibut full sheep lintilitic. Apply to Mrs. J. C'
    now oft Jl;cks Li \ill.-., is illn lh- citl arii al1srter. or to J. Hl. Itenjtnm.ii at Sta
    a vi-t lto his lt attlo-h. Fli.atk. office.

    HAY FOR SAL. At cent*tI per Mr-lt. J W. e' a!si :alI ,l.ihltt
    bundred weight. S. 1I. aitskill. Mel- .\!i.. %ill 1,-'\. Thllius .l.iy f St. .la.-
    Intosh. Fla. iM.i. w i.-:. I. t l y t ill \ isit Mir \\'i i it
    f<-, li,;' 1 MuI I1',. I 'I,-.lIn uinI Iil .Zt S Ip
    lion. It. \H l 'tL. \ .i- itii th ait 1t* c c.iils. h, li tta.. \ \\il t..k it thh


    Ml'ver and Mac;Kay have just re-
    ceived stome of the ihanidstilnett ladies'
    desks ever seen in Florida.


    pledd Itlf rts. i oi 't ti. ,\f.t.t *'- .i,'
    t' t0111ilp.ia .at *'t I t l ~ i I" I l; tIheI
    *it. toal.*

    WA~NTtEI A Itl,'a. for f.tmilty use.
    Must tew broke l'> ltin\I. sound. .atl.
    in goiat d Irde't. ri 1 .ti t.' aiintA! int :
    animal. .Ad.l!r s lx "s"227. >or the St.ar
    office.

    c'h.i',:-' Ip'\ !i.*I tiu -. 'i\ '. i
    tint lao1 t of I \ la.,I ta, ..it. ia <.- i
    in ii.tn iaita : his t ,' ., **ui < .it i . >ti ;
    M all* |hr\.g ip.>.tt
    laac t-i. g t--

    The handsomea t line o' ..ulffetq chi-
    na c'lo-esets. ainingi rwnmi ha;irs and ta.-
    bles. raking ,chairs. trteption chairs.
    ets. that this portion of bhe state has
    ever seen just received by Melver &
    1.cKay.

    Th, ft ,ll.,a i;:. T..i'i .> t\ s;.t'i'; .<
    dli,.'.i A .,t th- nl.t-,'ai/.rnii.a t,,.! > i i' s
    a . .% I a t A. .i I... I


    W\V, i,'- I['.i ni St l.,ii- l' Ti Stl:
    \ h .S thi '. l. i' a n \?-..t. I

    ;etiiz's \'it'lh HaieL-1l Soa p. best fo
    hard wa':ter. T'.y it. 'Postofafice Itrug
    ' tore.


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    SVA NT .' "' '. "* - ..a.:" --:.... -
    sit l; i .' M :u <' I-a- :t : : .... .. .' ::: i
    . : :: ..' w :: : luy I ** .it t h:




    SUMMER

    STYLES


    Handsome line of piece
    go ds in stock for sits,
    trousers and overcoats.


    rV"1-1-uxz U 1A Lr if itIUMIJ


    Phosphate Plants Installed Complete
    - -- ^ ^ ^^^


    THE


    CARMICHAEL


    &


    SON CO.


    '-+Mel-"y."h "ED'S PLACE"
    AItS a' Ihml.'l.-S-HAK.


    MaPlllandidMcCrath's Old Stand


    ,.,:!,t;l,,t ri, narth ea Ma.int,.r a :i nt ; is"ti"'" "; :'n"" l when applied, to d n lauh u U
    t. I .\tlanita. RIt-s-rv,. '-our sl..-elling sich injuries c'lases them to heal very
    S.... v N other lin c iIf- ui It also allays: the pain an
    f.r I-. t1 lii, k ;n. ci tti. tt:ila m s.srvl oe. itlneP s. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm
    A.,.llt< Al:lti. %'%I.Ist Line \ill t-ei- hi y iUr honte and it 'ill save you time
    fllly'a f rlii-h tall iiftr llmati otl. ~ \V li il mneit y. not to mention the inion- C l u
    t:ri s ...... l, i l i iln.ingt i. Jn. ivenietw le aind suffering 'which such in-
    N. C. W\. I. 1.-:.hy. DIiv. P..s. Agt.. juries e -itail. Fr sale by all druggists. Pur ye t t
    s:"""'.ah. '.... '. *. 'y"sto,. towrn iIl A.!.. J:akseiaill"-. Fla.: T. ('. I). M.. lHoney. the Jersey Creamery od be it
    Whift,-. li,,'. P.as,. AtI.. T:ia rmpi.. Fi.. ntla returnedd frrom North eorgila Sat- old. It is a
    urll_ iday e-vening. much'h improved in
    THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED health. He brought with hm a c;arloa whiskey "which
    fHIM WITHOUT SUCCESS l oif s pry ttle :as ever 'crossed the
    HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS time has brought
    SMariaon iouity line. time has brought
    W. Yan:,y. I'Pa luah, Ky.. ,writes: to ripeness." It
    "l hadl a si-vere a, ;se of kidney disease Dr. Daniels., the nultum In parvo -
    tani three of the iest physicians in druggist ,of the Postoffice drugstore, is "Written down
    Kelntulcky titeafeil Ine without suc.-cess. \\went to Jacksonville Saturday and re-
    I then took ol-ey..'s Kiin-y 'ctre. The, t ,urnil ti.ay. old with all the
    liis tat tat I. ..- g .IV ae initre-liate t r,.liet,. h a of
    ;:,i,, il, -tIe httls ati,,d ile l,-rinanerlin- CREAMERY BUTTER C aracters
    Sly. I gladly i teoninm.-en this wonder- f
    fiful re.nii'sly." Sold by thi- Postaffive The Carmichael and Son Co. keep ag
    liIIutsture. constantly on hand, receiving a fresh ness, ripeness,
    supply every two days. delicious, pure
    (Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per lavor.
    S r'. < I- pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37.
    ( There are several so-
    Mr. A. Albritton. a prosperous called "Club" 'his-
    .- /,untig :rt-in-hant of Daisy. was in the* keys that are not
    Sityr t,,lay anl1 :lutogriaphed for the Maryland Club. You
    SJ str. can tell it by the taste.

    1 FOR SAl.F-Acclimated Jersey milch
    Sw (i, c)\\ s. '\ith young calves; also limited
    Stlnundwltr of TDurio pigs. If you want UNION PICNIC
    i \f:iicy stulf of the highest breeding you
    c ,.+an get it from H. H. Whitworth. It has tiet-i t;rr;nlge, to h4,14 ai uni,,n
    asia. Fla. h- been arranged to hold a union
    SSnday school iinie ;at Eastl:ilk. I.:ke
    ei \\'r. June 17. \whiei th- Elpiscmopall.tn.
    TO THE RESCUE l .ts. Ika l.vy iof ;:in-esville is vis- .Mthodist. C hri.stian ad Presbyterla,
    Trii, h,.li ;l.t her. a x. N bar'sl lery tha' .il ,l-
    tThr elss e.11 .su.-, y I th., Abll.- 1 1. ;Sunday school folks ill join. The- baid
    i.l. Tlih s.i, sh, lt1 '. .1 f.i! the is toac ronliiay th-nm. The- fare will 1 -
    ta.. aI ,, -nts for adlults andi 15 i, ntns tli
    F" h .E. i'. Smith :tnl H. <'. J.nes havel a cl .-n for sts-a n ts 'i
    %\ 11 .,. ,"; v..i ,iiI~ -,,uis :il tit-; '.- chil h 1 T,-n. T h- attit -. int-nits %%ill ',.,r-
    S *-a a rat shop t fo the tepaiing of au- T .it-
    i, cli t .. ii f :tu- sist f ;I y:. ht r;tt.-. b,:ating. l.itl hing.
    * ,, > i lit tl *, tr-m obiles in th -.1.1 i.-l h..us.e on Mal:g-
    --t,. It u ill eti a .layt fr tht- p.trti. s
    AN INSURANCE POLICY nnli.i strt. t I. a _, ,, i r
    nAN INSURANCE POLICY l childit-n. The run will int ltw- icv"
    \a :11 i.rt ". lt s.i fI'oli 10<'s ill .1'- c"f 4 i minutes. N bol. y w:Ill gt tire.l gK -
    r' .I ," ,, i i ee the wall trunks at Smith's. They i .
    \ .- .l iik- t. :*I1 yo. .itx-nt m y 11K lor .** 1iti g .an t iall :I!- prominisi- .1 I
    Swill i l.ri withoutt pulling out from the
    kr t i .** \\ h a in- ll. reat saving of space and trou- i ti ,
    */ ble. Oc'ala Furniture Company. i

    HALL RAWLS & WHEELER ,'h- fll -i dine t th" ON THE DIAMOND
    Ocala. Florida. M,,, /.t u S nd.iy J. Il. H.yt. 'rtr:
    .- lint l- n Minsha\\. J.a.ks .nvlll. The e, al., .s i, at), '.,11 'ith


    \i: itni- r t. :. tiiii :l .f T:'a. .l
    -, : 'i-'-: : , :- it.: :: t..! i

    " S"-:

    Pearl tooth '\ ash is the best. We sell
    't. P'osit.fftice la !ugstore.

    S W T. T- :. a ,..*:- ': i *tf'.,: -
    .,t: ,.. .,.,* I,, 1 := ,.
    " : ' 1' t -- : *+* a
    :'" ,- . ,* , ., *;: -. ',* .. ; !* +* '** ."'

    AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
    AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.


    lm a: 'aac) "-.a. t.a

    .z :i:f~:: C2r'
    S. -
    - ~ jc - ..a- ,--5 g-


    \ S a,,t. Iut laln; I-'. S >st ni .in! th- T.i*I'l, ra;i.- this .ft--rn, in -
    WV 1.. S i' .,,itio i. .M i. s V an M11. J. .F !,. L -,, -.- -- - 1 v Z-- I -'!--
    .,..-S ,',t.i- F. I-. WV.lsh .f .t'rn ll. ta *rsl .-4 i-- s.: ,. S.nf -.- J-\ T -'
    -... FVr.a.k II. ins, .ss.. A. 1'. *'inro..
    Please ask your phyrsioian to send or l Ir. M': Jr
    \ th.sn e'-as.-' rf Aasha-r l'r -ak. "--i"a-
    leave y,.ur ires. riptins and orders for Nth; Py-shk
    drugs \\w'h ue. We give car-ful atten- ''
    tion. tromnipt dehvery and the lowest of l.. s-h: .' H. -.hz. -
    :, ises. Tydings & Co.. pho.:e No. 30. Huff.k.. K-:. I .Siv,. P,,st Fln
    -nra.. I.*;-z. <' *... rn-...-. A;-
    Ia-. t,. 1l.;tt! h.>s ir0. i- t., W hitl- r- it -mi
    S: uT 'u T.ke th- V. ur t'. A. -sr. t- f h t' zu
    *. T .tui-n. ... HSn h.s t*-.n tf-
    '. !a tth hif n.n n t. ; --*i.! -::.'- --mE si--
    S -k :: J.,ai'. y N,.t\% th tr.,n.lin r M :
    -:.. .M .it. t:-h- a.,s t he-. --v y Sur ',;.ist'., hs- : : r -:. h 's. -
    S . e h ,v ] .-*t h:s r-st.igr..':,,- 'ah- h 'a a -;*'-
    S ,\ I" f.,, t. f.,r t; hT h -.(s h- h.,!
    vi.-r oss- ., S'-;', !,,i y .v.hu: h luty
    I,. : r .: : . ; '- 'n. ps '. " a
    : \V..rk ,!,r.- I.y Strnta reer in paint- "*"'"+
    - ire .ar. i .-; -rinr. guaL;.rnteed. ,


    MAYOR'S COURT


    .W W w-.T- 8XZ= W= E2l gl NwyU.A-wFlIDW


    Rebmilt and Newly Fmaished
    FINE WINES OF ALL KINwS, FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH GRAM
    WHISKIES, BRANDY, ETC
    BEER, ALE AND SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE. THE PUREST UL
    QUORS OBTAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. KILLED MAR TENOIRMS
    COURTEOUS TREATMENT ASSURED TO ALL.

    WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
    IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
    AND DEALERS IN ALL

    KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS

    GROCERY I fO AT S A. L DEPOT
    A CAREFULLY SELECTED STO CK OF GROCERIES; WITH FR5
    DELIVERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.
    WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STATE
    ALL ORDERS FILLED ON RETURN TRAIN.

    Separate White ad Colod Ba at

    Both the S. A. L. and up town placm.
    Our Lquo Wines ad Bee a bought *
    Car Load lota direct, aad em pRtk afr e
    Lowest:




    nie Oemioaelt S&Iht h., lgaI, HI


    PLEASED CUSTOMERS


    Tell more good tales about our candy
    than we would dare to print, even with
    modesty leavened with pride. If you
    want to know the merits of our confec-
    tlonery-purity. deliciousness. sweet-
    ness. taste as to form and make-yo
    have only to ask those who buy. eat
    and delight in Lowney's swemetntm t
    -At-

    CHAS. E. TAYLOR'.


    D AM E


    The Leader in ee Crem


    WELCOMES OPPOSITION
    DEFIES COMPETITION

    The orrininator of the
    VELVET BRAND
    Any color or avw.r
    r,;trs fill-. on d*emand in amy quM-
    :ty .ke-ired.


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    We Are Still Husting.

    and supplyir.g bult.ers with the very
    best seasoneJ lumber for every pur-
    pose. While :re ;,-:.nds of our cus-
    .,- ... ... -.r u, .A ave lisanOint- *


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    PAGEFOU OCAA EENIN STR. MNDA. JUE S IO


    FOR YOU TO BUY

    NO. I.-SPLENDID HOME. FINE BATH. IIHT AND COLD WATER UP
    and down stairs; gas fittings, etc. ,only one blo.k off Ocklawaha.


    CALL ON DITTO FOR PRICE.

    NO. 2.--FINE INVESTMENT AND ;(0'1 HOIME. ,ONE HOUSE RENTS
    for $5 and one for 1So1 per month: ; and th!-re -xtra large lut.s teo blocks
    off Ocklawaha. A bargain at $17,,".
    NO. 3.-1000 AeRES O)PEN LAND. FOR FARMING OR STOCK. MUST GO
    now; I mile from depot in this ,'oir ty. I'ti'-. $1 per ak.re.
    NO. 4.-BUILDING LOTS FROM S;t: T-o 310"l,; NEAR SQUARE; ANY LO-
    cality.
    NO. 5.'-TWO GOOD LOTS AND '.SM ALL HrOUSE IN FIRST WARD: TWO
    blocks from railroad and one bl,:k off Ocklawaha. Must be sold now.
    Price. 3500.

    Special Attention to Rent Accounts.
    Notary Public for btate at Large of Florida


    . W-. ~ITTO, CAL 0 DITTO E'. w- TTO


    ROOM 12, MERCHANTS' BLOCK. OCALA, FLA.






    Atlantic Coast Line



    WORW'S FIR rTesS


    Fthst class cursion rates to St. Louis


    Through sleepers from Jacksonvill- t-, St. Louis via
    Louisville R. R.. atni "leixie Fly r" rout(-.
    For further information see F. J. Hl.it-r. AgKnt. 0-nala.


    I


    Meontgome


    LOW RATES


    TO


    HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


    IurKt I S will be sold every Wednesday and
    Saturday during months of Jne, Jaly, Au-
    gust and September from points in the Southeast,
    at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
    days.

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


    Iwo.

    ~I
    j~iou.TXUwu


    L E. REHLANDER,
    Trav. Pass. Agent.

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


    FRESH ME-TS AND CGMi
    We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
    Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
    Careful attention to orders and uuick delivery made.


    CITY MARKET


    I. i.. J'INhNS. Proprleto


    IN JUNE


    From the Nk N Yerk ileL-.


    ',rnlts- the g*o, old sunilan-i- g.ni-
    In Jutne.
    An.d the ~il.l\ ,.lI sing5 s th- .- .irn

    lt'. the- nm,,ith .. tr.ill.-y ril-s.
    Toli-t .t-lic th- i ping ti; -s.
    .Mkefte-r.s. hylr,,|,h0,iia. I,'i.-,- .
    Iln Jun-.
    Sits th i;prsore in the kirk
    Itr Junl-.
    Sighing. "Must I g4o to work

    The-n the- l~.tas1r-,n-thr-spot
    Tie-s another \\-lliing knot.
    Takes the f- :mtir- says 'It's hot."
    In Jun-.
    W\Vrrning Jriinks rannot erati, e
    In Jun-e.
    An.l th-e coatl nI cuts n Ut I.i
    In June.
    W'hil-e the- w.iethirman n,-.r!ly
    'alsts the- mI-t-'orl<,gi. ,-yo-
    Anl hi,-ci.;s te* ipropho-y
    In June.
    "Tis va'ctimni. iion't ymua know.,
    In June.
    And "va;ca-te" is all the go
    In June.
    Evln at Port Arthur's gate
    Kni,,ks the Ja;p like fri nletiii, F.tt-.
    Askilg Russia ti e "v ';;Itte."
    In June.

    BAIT GROWS STALE


    ry and wetting left. Why don't you. to. ge't
    nmarri-d before it is teoe late'"
    ")h.' said thel- lb.-hahelr, with a
    chuckle. 'thert- are still plen-ty ,of g "I
    -fish in the sea.
    'i "'ut the bait.' said I-isn't ther.-
    Slan Fge-r of the bait becoming st.le "..

    I A FRIGHTENED HORSE


    Running like tin;, ,io\wn the street.
    dlumpiiig the occupants, or ; huni'reli
    other accidents are e'very'lvay occur-
    ien-es. It lbehooves everybohly, toe h:ave
    a reliable Salve handy :ard there's n as good as HBuckei.'s Arnic(;a Salve.
    lurns. Cuts. Soirtes. E'zr.fin;e.; Piles ailse-ar quickly untd-r its .sothliing -f-
    fect. 25'., at the Aniti-Milneooly Drug-
    store.

    THE LINE WAY HAVE
    BEEN BLOCKED

    Johnny's papa is whatt John)ny ternts
    :i "'r:aiilr:al ni:agnet"--which may ;ne-
    Inti, t for theo fact th;t th t. inf;na t's iilea:
    of h:ea\veni is that )f :i cte-le-ti;tl raili'*;.ad
    ternaiiiil. subject t, the usual terine*s-
    triial ,delays. says the New York Times.
    The other \evenilnrag I;t :pp l 11nd m1nnln
    ,ove'irh;te r tlih fellow ing .*lnve r;sati, n ill
    the' nursery:
    M.tibel. wh>h ha:t l e.-si in ;ia i IrI own1
    sLl'I for1 soin*e iniute*. "'Johnny.
    .lialn't gi:anlnla geo tio heavie\n liefoi-r \\e
    *\\ -! hole n r "
    Johnny nIon-coininitteoely: "Shle
    ^ se:>a toel."
    % M.1le-lIe: "'Then how Is it wet didn't
    inre- heu "v"
    E Jhihnny n ssunmin the p ;iter:iI tln-
    ic,-. "'Sh' hal 'tI :arivei-.1 whet'il \%e I-'ft.
    iIn.,Ihle she l ii, ln't ni:tkae ', o er tiins.."

    FEEL IMPENDING DOOM
    r -


    The feeling eof imnpenliing leoon ian the.
    ml.ins of M.emay vi, timns 'of Bright's dis-
    ase t a;tndl lia;let.e hlas btee)t ch;ane'zl ti,
    th:inkfullness lby the. ,.enetits 'lerive.!
    fro taki Ia -'oily's Kilneily ('ure. It
    will .'uro' in,'l.i'lIt I:right's ilis.i se. :;n-l
    *li:al, 'l-s l. :til l-V-s In in th.- first t ..iseos
    i\ae' r ,iiett .efl, r,.:.-f. Slizlht ,li-,o -
    eS, .i. 'ur e- in i : f.-\ i., VS "I 1 l.el
    di le-te-s in its %iiII st fo i. \ i it.-s M1.- i
    ! leet I.e'. et' I tl t ..itlth. In It'
    ,*'i ht i-hysii.ains \\ ittlh u r-lr.. **ntly
    atrh .., l,,,t;;. ,f ee l ',,l.-e'- K ir n..y '~'..
    ,t.i.! t- ,e \ a .-i l m>'ay !l Iy tl,.-


    ATLANTIC COAST LINE
    WORLD'S FAIR RATES


    FirsT ex-s!aa i l i : .: i .

    tS.10 to Nas..iv ll. :Ten and Ret
    $4 . .l : t: n i ;::a t. I -i '. .

    \- I' 11 : :tu- vrI t I"ift I .;Te.. :
    T" !.:,.-u h' ,.- * fr,,m J .. k, ,'. .'.'
    : : ..* : I ; \: : I ,. x . *'*y. F L.. : -

    .I-. :- M f ';>:: ,- ,:.--i.'. ), :: !. .' <


    U. C. V. REUNION

    $15.10 to Nashville. Tenn.. and Return
    Via Atlantic Coast Line

    J.. : ,.'. ." ;! ;. I :. .. :.. .
    "F,: :; J ,:: i -i,. :) .\ ::' ', '..:i "


    THE FARIIMER FAIL
    In health ju as does the city-ma. d
    he fail commonly from the aine caue,
    Stomach trouble." The farm is
    wholesome place to live; the farmer's
    life is a healthy life: but no eternal ad-
    vantages can overcome the effects of
    diseased stomach. When the stomach
    and its allied
    organs of dige-
    tion and nutri-
    tion are dis-
    eased, the food
    eaten is imper-
    fectly digested
    and aimilated,.
    and the conse-
    quent loss of I
    nurtition results /
    in physical de-
    bilitv.
    Dr. Pierce's
    Golden Medical
    Discovery cures
    diseases of the
    stomach and I.ij- "'
    other organs of ,
    digestion and
    nutrition, and .
    enables the per-
    feet digestion
    and assimilation
    of food. It I ~'
    builds up the
    body with sound flesh and solid muscle.
    *I used ten bottles of Dr Pierces Golde"
    Medical Duscovery and several vials of his
    *Pleasant Pellets"' year ago this spring. aud
    lmve had oo trouble with indigeaioo since.
    writes Mr W T Thonspeon. of Townsed.
    Broadwater Co.. Moutalna -Words fail to tel
    bow thankful I am for the relief, as I had soa
    ferd so much and at seemed that the doctor
    could do me no good I got down in weight e
    one hundred and twenty ive pounds an was
    not ahle to work at al: Now I weih B-rly
    one hundred and sixty and can do day's w
    on the farm I have recommended your med-
    cine to several and shall always he a good
    word to say for Dr. Pierc and his m dicims.
    The sole motive for substitution isto
    permit the dealer to make the little more
    profit paid by the sale of less meritori-
    ous medicines. He gains; you lose.
    therefore accept no substitute for" Golkes
    Medical Discovery."


    through Sleepers and Dining Cars
    BETWEEN

    St. Louis and Mobile,

    St. Louis and New Orleans

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


    THE






    OPERATES

    Double Daily Train
    ('rrylin Pullman Serpers, Cate
    Sar. (a iscarte) and t'air
    Cars (seats free).
    Electric Lighted Throughout
    BETWEEN
    Birmingham, Memphis and Kansas Cty
    AND TO ALL POINTS IN
    Texas, Oiah maandl IndliTerries
    AND THE
    Far West and NerwstL

    THROUGH SLEEPING CA SERVICE FROM TIE
    SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS ANO
    KANSAS CITY.

    ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
    Esfarsion tickets from Atlata. (a., ma
    Birminleham, Ala.0 to I0olnt In
    boanfwest o narle first and third
    Tuadays of reach moth.
    Descript;ve :.:eratu-re. tickets arranged
    ar.d t:--oih reservations made upon appis-
    ca;:on 0t
    F. E. CLANR. TSrA. Pass'* AcT..
    ATLANTA. GA.
    S. L. PARROTT,
    DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
    ATLANTA, GA.



    Georgia Southern

    & Florida Ry
    "Suwanee River Route."


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


    THE COLORED PEOPLE'S
    DEPARTMENT

    Rev. J. E. A. Kee*r. Editor

    Wanted -A well digger. J. Star,


    KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE!

    Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacifi
    RaU4eads
    First class round trip tickets to San
    Fran.'isco and Los Angeles. account the
    Knight Templars ., .la-ve. September
    5-4. 14W4. and Sov-reign irand Lodge
    I. v. 0). F.. September 1-:,-';. 1-04.
    Ticke-ts on sale from all southeastern
    points August 15 to :7. in elusive. and
    August -2 to September 9. inclusive.
    The tw- shortest and best lines from
    - N-ew rleans. Kansas 'ity or Omaha
    through to the Pacific coast.
    Ask for particulars. J. F. Van Rens-
    salaer. general Agent. 13 Peachtree St...
    Atlanta. (la.: G. W. Ely. T. P. A.; R.
    Bean. T. P. A.

    TO SAN FRANCISCO

    Via the Southern Pacific and Union
    Pacific Railroads
    First class round trip tickets to San
    SFrancisco and Los Angeles. account
    Knight Templar conclave. September
    5-9. 19v4. and Sovereign Grand Lodge.
    I. O. O. F.. September 19-25. 1904.
    Tickets on sale from all Southeast-
    ern points August 15 to 27. inclusive.
    and August 2S to September 9, Inclu-
    sive.
    The two shortest and best lines from
    New Orleans. Kansas City or Omaha.I
    through to the Pacific Coast. Ask for
    particulars.
    G. W. Ely, T. P. A.. J. F. Renssalaer.
    cenueral Agent. 13 Peachtree St.. At-

    ACUTE RHEUMATISM

    Deep. tearing or wrenching patns. oc-
    c.asioned 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 lesson .ibson City. Ill..
    writes. February 16. 1902: "A year ago
    I was troubled with a pain in my back.
    It soon got so bad I could not bend
    over. One bottle of Ballard's Snow
    Liniment cured me." 25c... 50c. and $1.
    SoldI by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

    KNIGHT TEMPLARS-


    Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
    2.; limited returning 60 days front
    date of sale.


    $24.20-CINCINNATI, ., AND RE- Tickets on s:ie July 14 and 17; Timt-
    TURN. ed returning to July 25. Extensio
    obtainable.
    Tickets on s i)e June 10 to 15. Inclus-
    $1510 TO NASHVILLE and Return:ive. limite.l returning to June Is. E -
    tension obtainable.



    Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company


    TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10, 1


    DEPARTURES FROM OCALA


    TRAIN NO. 78, 1:15 P. M.


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


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


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

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


    For Rochelle. P'.latka. Jacksonville and
    allI ,,:is. e;st;. Also for iacon. At-
    l:.nt.i. Nashville. Chicagu, via Dixie
    Flyer reoite.
    For Lee.burg, Croom. Trilby. Brookl-
    vills. Tarpon Springs.' Clearwater.
    BI lle:nir. St. Petersburg. Lilkeland,
    Ta;mpa:. >anil intermediate points.
    For Jliliette. ;Iulf Junction. Homn as-
    sa ;tind intermediate points.
    For Jult-tte. tigh Sprlni Iiive Oak.
    I)Duiot., Waye'roeas anslll i cinlts east
    ;andl w -t.
    For Juliette. e;ulf Junc-tion. Homoearme
    an i intermellate points.


    Trains No. 39 and 71 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor o ars.
    P. & O. steamers sell from Port T:amip: for Key West and Havana on
    Sunday. Tuesday and Thursdays at 11: I., p. m.
    For full. complete and reliable information re-rarling rates. through car
    arrangements, sleeper reservations, etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line
    agent, or addles.
    T. C. WHITE. Division .a,'srsngr A.gent.
    T %U ffiEL W' JIV -1 .... I R 11h. I. *..tl P-.i- A nr


    S .ternberger. .u. EJ' .R.r N], rillNl JaJ rI.lit. ) J. \.Ia' ", ren ra . Agenfr
    Stfrnberger.
    20n No. 2 shingles cheap. JSarontarr

    Sternberger.

    Several new cottages for rent. J. I009E000900090 0 01 *O B UOle
    Starr Sternberger.
    For Sale ('healp-20.000 No. 2 shin-
    gles. J. Starr Sternberger. E A B-
    *Fine roe shad every other day at AIR LINE RAILWAY
    Tompkins' stall. No. 10. city market.
    *Call at the Mack House for com- FOR
    portable lodging and board at reason-
    ble rates. West Broadway. Savannah, Columba, Camden, Southern Plm.E
    le aleigh, Richmond. Washington, Baltinmor,
    Ice cream of all flavors every day Philadelphia, New Yok.
    at Timlkins and Brooks Ice cream
    garden. Go and enjoy yourself. lWO ELBOANT TRAINS DAILY.

    *Keep in memory that the MUack:
    Hlluse furnishes meals at the following Seaboard Express,
    h-turs. from: to ,. from 12 to i, and 7 Seaboard M ail.

    IF R RENT-Thre- 2-room houses; IDOORN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
    t'ie, 3-room house.' ; one 4-room house;
    ..ne 5-r,,om house. J. Starr Stomber- i-
    e-r r. ONLY LINE OPERATING
    *Fresh tater bream and trout, alt Dally Through Sleepers from JaCKson- U
    water trout, sheephead and bass, and&
    salt cure'l mullet and fresh oysters at ville to New Orleans.
    Jake Thomas. markeL. r f formation sd leeper Reoervatiu, eall o amy Ag t 5
    *F. M-.r.ti,,n. the hustling grocer. has Seaboard, cr write
    -n!it :g-1 his business anl is rea-ly to Pa
    u;,;.;;y the public in hoice- gro-eries. A. MacDonell, Asst. (Ge. Pas. Agent,
    Ve t.ahl-. , .-i drinks. ,nf-. tionery. U JCkSoVaIe, Flu. U
    -, Fr-- .1-livery ,iag.-n. Your .,r- C. BOYL8TN JR, PsWeser Ag e Jaeksoartll. Fia.
    .: s.l., t. ,rn ,bu,.l:,. -outh I10 90110 6111 0 **10 0 1 1 10 0


    *L. eu-.r-. the li:htning shaver. Call
    an try his shave and hair cut and you
    A ;;. i.\,y" r:e. Shave. 10".; hair
    , .. t. hiring razor. 23c : ,oncave
    r z'ir. 7A,. A! work first (diss. No
    :..r.e l1la..c: !to chairs. Next door to
    .\!bere:ir e. Smith, on Wst Broalway.



    Ca ODi


    bYoYuTakecwfyieoA JI


    1:', I') t', 1 you du if yw are a victim
    o~f nl ....r~a.
    Con't Doit. 3I's Dangeromi


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    Summer at


    Hot Springs


    For those who go to Ho.t Spriinr. Ark.;ns-. e. fo.r the
    tenerit of health. th- summer is r-ally the best
    tim,-. Her fortunate loi :tion. high up in the fm.t-
    hills of the Ouark mountains insures a tool ;aiid *Ie-
    lightful climate. and physicians :are unitrl in the
    opinionn that the waters ar- niere benefici.al during
    the- summer season.


    One Fare PIus $2.00


    For the re*unl trip throughout the
    summer.
    WRITE FOR RHebKLETS
    GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT.
    l.en. Pla A t.. i.st P. as. A t .
    Little Rikk. Ark.. Atl. t.ta. Ia.
    0


    .- --, .--- .- -. Joseph Jeff4ersion l-ll-ve-s in 0.5ly
    ld Retn: marriages, says :an exchange-. At Yal
    re*-ntly he advis -ed a group lof junraijrs
    f^W n e E to iutsmarry ;as soon ;is they- ceul-l :tff!.or-i
    $45.55, final retum limit, Dec 15 it. Th"n he n" ""'nt
    Se A ale.beinsiate- hl>-hel.ors. The. ol. l-r
    $38 final return uliit sixty days I they grw the mnore'" ,neit"' h
    gr the. '' th Iok on o-e elown a pn g. though.
    $20.55, final return limit, 15 days th'.h 'a"lk n -ely. th
    H "He waskn talking g altout this n he hwan
    Special ten day coach excursions at very he had kno, n a, that wo.,"an he 1
    knounti and all these woenati-n. it seel- s..
    OW.tShad married.
    low rates ho'u mh ieal
    S 'W hy. you.' I satit'. *:tre ill *l:illnt r ot


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    A Line Railway

    SPECIAL RATES
    4555%-ST. LOUIS, MO, AND RE- Tickets on sale d;ily. beginning Apri
    TURN 2;; limited to Iwe-ember 1;. returning.


    S3--ST. LOUIS, MO, AND RETURN




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