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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 10, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03523
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Volsme 9, Nmaber 311 OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904 Fifty Ces a Mib, $5 a Ym


TEA

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tojr nx.

NFFAL0 F O
W t- i.sv.- l'.Ltt M ix',- Tr-., i
ago- 1,,r I.r .1 half i- ; .u 'l :
did drintk.
If .v,,u .aint .n-t ti '.,i. &'
r-h l. 1- *. "h.i.- ;II. S

AT THE

TEAPOT 0GRO

y %'.eAk For
WAYU


-0O TO-
F. C. B. WEI
The jewler,

STENOGRAPHER
AND
TYPE-WI
MISS B. N. SINCLAI
Private qotlthe in i Commnerci
TYout nurk in s ;ttabtmv' litleP
i..el< mn.1 a
FISHM AND YST
I have fc'tesh 1Ktt, m I-F
Mullet always ln ha
Cedar Krv and Crv--ta

RECEIVE FRESH
Opened il d delivered UI11I
Si.l. M:, I CA\N
FILL '(,l' \\.\
W.M. rTUcI



A. n. WILLIAN

CMKPETER AND N
Off't- his .< .,tou tlit.
0 -'al.i #, 14l vic'niity. l' \\% ,k i
If I o-.-"n nitl.i. II nsI :ienll I.
county. Ith'e- I f',-'l t ..tl,.l 1
l?"su.*" J. I
N. ... ... "- ln.I t.. I


BREAD, CAKF%
and--
FANCY GROC

I ,, the tinest bread.
anti Facy" (Groeries in n


KIMI .\sMTiI I'M



MACARuO
and
LADY FRINGE
A Special
MRS MART!NOT. PROP


V. B. POT
CONTRACTING AND BU
Carpentering ar
General Re;


Stisfaction Guara


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teed.


TALIAFERRO AND BROWARD

The Election of the First is Certain;
That of the Second Probable

Stockton Made a Good Fight and Cut
Down Taliaferro's Majority on
the First Primary

Crawford Evidently Re-Elected Secre-
tary of State and Frank Clark
Won for Congress
1YSt.-: l.y at.-, I ,-', ,sI-ts ., ;. -

tha h,,J Tih .\ .'!t : v.p-i-111 ... 1 o p;-ss
it i. '.il- To, s, l .ht N 1; I8:'.. ,s, t i.,.

fioii. 4s







The Senatorial Situation
;,f -l{- o. |; ,t. \V. I';\l it k- '; I l. N i,1.







s-i M l t ip i s- *y- ni .' I-
Tampa Herald i ,i,. iSays Stockton Has Won
t',V .lr '| 51* **. '.*n t in' th*, **'n : ,s.




The Senatorial Situation

f., ,,f o S,.n T',, l l.il.t.-;:,o. xho i s
utli, '.',--, \,i ,..-s .ihi. ,l ol' J. . ,'.
Sto. ktoll. T ih I |t ,-" 'Il.,,i. .1 11111. t |+- I-
>Ir slri,\\ t hni. ihan \\. -s t 'ii, -;,lly ,xp... I-
,'.1. lh." 1,, -,' I.., ,l ol J,'-a io i +" \..tI.
l si' l lt l.lol.." 1., t.r- .,1 ,'.
Tampa Herald Says Stockton Has Won


J., kson, il-.. l'. I. In.- :*. S ;,.- .,.
E R S ',, ., ,, ,. l ,- ,., ,
Y "* 0" I' it. \\'. 1l is in th,* 1, : ,,.
ish and "
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. R iv e f ,,.,,,, S l\ ..' ,l ... . u ,, ,.. *l, i :l ,,, ,
T h,- ,,i r ,. ,,!, a h L IS t I'? Im a.i

DAILY "
n tiequestl ,m,.
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S i lll.l i tt ,.. l .t .-,., S k
MT.i t 1 -;i 1t r i :-n L:.C utI V i ItI
_m :,,l_ .It ,, i.-, It 1 .-.- .k < Si< ktI.I
"-- :illl r l '.iftIh. : t .< i, li.i l ""


T r ,'. Ill.l|ot' :it ll l ,1.1.1s to
UILDER -S .. ..
IA10 I'* ,I,' t
tS.BI.AMBOOifZDtUktAn
Ii hiis ..lw-.
\*,onll \\ I .
,oUI woR%,trk
ik.R C'e- sMarion County's Vote
" i"". tll o."4 ,, kl.k h. -1T. ili I i,- ,I . '7.1.

;TO. R. *.;'* *ih. \ l.. .l .

l ,., t. 1 T -" .

AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
If ,x<:l \% :tilt lo, ..tIlp .*.fily -:lt,1 f'.;-l
.:..o,l .,ll ,l.ty t.,k ;< Ioit l+ '.,ly lti-.r
t akes ,,, \ ,, I,.,I in,,. .- i'.,im s it-
the cit' 1t,. ilns ,,. ix I .. :.: ... : v,\e ,| ii.t
...< rlh | i',l', '- lin ** *"' \x it .. ,.n -
tl," ite ,\ .' 1 I t otf lh l..\, s .I l ,oII!

L Y t ,n l . ,* y l n l y l : ,s.'- i 1 ,- t h .
.,L..I t I pills o.,.l, fo, ri -t!l| .ti.l.ii, si. k
h,.. ,,i h. ,t, ." S by \Vin. .1nt ..: -

iS BAMBOOZLED THE SULTAN

"RS Raisuli Used Him for a Cat's Paw to
Rake Chestnuts From the Fire
RIETOR



ILDING


pairing -.... ..

A ,.nteed ; .' ,.. .
'ALA. FLA ;


TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at

... "SMITH'S"

Ocala Furniture Co.



J. R. MARTIN & CO.



; GENERAL LIVERYMEN

St Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps
Smmo ( mar rvatll .aAdle Hrns.et_ e.


W.W.Carman&Co.
You will jthd a wet-A : ",-'*' d st-', k of
grot'riisi at
CARMAN & CO'S..
on North M.a:u St. nttorthi ol ity mar
ket.
s.t-'.iaa:.it-s -
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
CHICKENS AND EGGS
Ren:enil< r *!i e. p:., ," :ilm r st ars.ir-
m -e will tIreat ou r;:ht.
\ V* \W .-," \ M \,N A N ,4 ,


Opposite City Hall


P. O. Box 374


We will Sell


OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING


at Actual Factory Cost.



THEY ARE ALL NEW GOODS AND STYLISH.

Come and Get a Soft Before They are Picked Over.


W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY


A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE
M .lIvin-v pl,,:s.-, K'i't.y isti H ti-.
T h "-S "** ,III-" i ," \'..'!1 .:.,: .. !,.', t ,, tlo
II in ,it n i 1t.; 1 e :t Intil* ill !**u
,,ir:ut.- : \,. y...: kinlI .ill I e- lo't *'* r
,tw hI n l*1-1 1lv i t ii < ** chil[ ,-1n Th .t.
ion- t1 ll.lt. lr in 1 ,. si4. .1 r l
a:tit: .lit four y.- its ,! 1. I' J .. $ ",, ..
B. H. S.ymlour.

FOR RENT, FURNISHED
A ri .'i t fivi irin I s,. i ith ith.
,, ,*.!.': ,-:y Iu.! i.-h,' to .-nt I,' thl.!
su.iini-. Apply :tt this uffi, e.
CREAMERY BUTTER
Th,, <'":irti.ih;r+l ;in.] Son <"o. k +p p
oisit:a!tly Ion blmi{l !','-t-- iviIe a flp.esh<
sulIply rvry %\\o ilsys, i.-ui. i, ns. pui-.
:';-oi i.t i re!' .ln*I y luiitter, "'3 ,' < nts p,-r
poUind. k--pt .-n i, '. t l'hPhoi No. 37.
WATERMELONS FOR SALE
11, 1 ," :\,. :; :;1 ,,. !. ,,f th l I-:. ,,I.*I
,' 1 <:. i :, .' \ l! *! I .- 1, 1h 'l ,1'-
l n. l;. .o s nI {,.]"<",I itn 11t r *.. i.li sT \\'I ]
\\ P. I'. \\" -!+,ii. u n o ." I'itten ri r 1 S o 9li'
'll i nitI li ,'o 4 : l:i. l-la .


PATENTS FOR FLORIDIANS
B. H. Seymour's Crosstie Hewer and
Veneer Mill is on the List
It. \K l;. h,;, i,.t,. t ,tt, -Y. V :t.lh-l-
na t,,n. I,. ,'. p ,*.>rts thr iss,"o-ft t th,.
I .. ., a th .th. IuIst. t
TI.';. 7 ,! ..II.-. 1 n li 7. IL. I 1. A Ikins.
I:,, k I,'ii '.
7.:I ,". l,.-t., hihi I vie o for lift'
.*... -. A N A l'1-' ,- .,-i. k. .>i.vil-.
T';1.' ; .M .- lii r k i:'k. J. It. Aut tln.
', , .
,1 :, l'!uix ,,Inpou :l. N J. N,,r-
,..I N T 1 \- U %ul.ivat r. I.
-I. -K ,1.ts ,,\,i .!' vntihtr
:. I I I. .VIl . S 14 ;11..

ACUTE RHEUMATISM
I, *;. '..ai iliig or rt'leni hlngl pallis.i o'-
* ti, h..i- lv y ..tting '.et through; worse
Slin .tl I -st. ,, in firsI t !rit>\ing th,
litn l.s. ,r i- i '.4I.1I ,r ,*l:>1 W1 .ather. i%
,1i' ,kly y I .-I l Iy Y K ill.r1l's. Sinow I.ini-
it,.nlt .s !r t**,..sun. ;ith ,son 'ity. Ill..
\i,1, I.'l'. 11:It v" 1';. 1 1'.2 "A year ago
I \.i p tu ,,'.l d ithI .t pain in miy l;Ia k.
. .. n y ..n-. ti.- s o,f ,. il.i.n's S.now.
L.ili.ii-int it-I iM .-.1 o. . anid $1.
S-..i by the Antii- tolwipoly drugstore .


JUST RECEIVED-- -'



250 Pair Men's

In Light and Dark Shade, a
Summer Weights. We ha,
Size and almost any color


FOR


$2.50


ITwjio..4L .. 2mr o L,


DAVIS HAS BEEN DEFEATED L
Broward Leads by Nearly a Thousand,
With Thrm of His Own Countis
to Hear From ROLJ

iT.tml,. Tribunt- ,.f T.I.tyv. 8So
J.t, ks~a,rx ill-. June 1",.-Return. from
:til but thrI-- ci.untie'. -a.ch of uhich B
g.tv" Brow..:ij more- votu.s than Davis* B e
il. tht- firqt primary. h.tv- bven re.i\vedd
up. to mnunight., ii shon th.t X. B. PHONE NO. 25.
l{rwail is uniqust.n.ibly nT,,ominaited


is.o of -lopriad~.
is rigurt-I tonight i. PS..,rid he will
p ol-oaly ro-teive .maij.orltipp in ".&%-h of
the- rhr.t.e r.-naining ...uftio.-S.britiging
his soptal inmajtpritv up t~o h.t''-e-n 11-6:
While the- ro-sult is go-norally acctep~t-
asJ cisorro-qt. the Dav is nmanagerot lo
nott yt-t isfli, -!it- the- defeat epf the-ir can-
toe..n :ristaikemm .]n ,rritrs in the coiunt
-of the cootint le-5 as thr vqptr hais to-en
in,. ti~ t-..a n-i that Viol. D 'avs still
ha s ssfe l-a.1 :an-l will '.% nkout in the


.."t-v-r it is siifgniant fact that
A. number .of promin-ent Itavis men. who
re- ,-i\vf-l tlt-egraphi' inilUir ite from
frit-n-i.s in varlou." arts of theo ,statl.
;tIsking for privat.- itias .Is to how to
hbt ton th- result. wilr-i the .atforesai.
fritndis that It 'Ilooke- like Browarl.d"
I Th-e ,count of the sena;tor;ial r.ae is
i,;In ti;Ally I omin ,le-t-. ;in -I shiop' s that
Tralit.errsi has majorityy of 33*10 over
Sto.-kton. Stm-Nkton'm gains in the se-,*
,ndl I'rimary hav- been a matter of sur-
prite too t-verybody concerned.
A COSTLY MISTAKE
Plun-lers ire .sometimes very expen-
-ivj-. i)w<.:.taionmlly life itself is the
price, of a mistake, but you'll n,ver be
rrongi if you take Dr. King's New I.ife
Pills for Dysptepsia, I)izzlnfess. Head-


n:i'h. Live-r or ioowe-l troubl-s. They
;art- gKntle yt thorough. 2'5-.. at the
Anii-Moinopoly Drugstore.
ARKANSAS NEEDS ARKS
Little Rock. Ark., June 10.-One of
i the" worst l4ood.s ever exprienoe.l in the
Ark.ima.s rive-r valley i threatere l.
tilli the situation n the, lowl-andl" i.R se-


Pants SUED BY HIS DOCTOR
P a t "A li-tor here has sued me for
$12:.50. which I claimed was ex t'e.isive
nnd all fr cholera morbus." say). R. White.,,f
S<'Io:t-hella. <';al. "At the trial he pjrais-
re any I-t' his medi,al skill and medicine. I
t.ske.l him if it was not 4'hamlerl;iin'!s
i'ooli,'. C'hole-ra andl Diarrhiowa Remeoly
I he use-d,. ats I had good reason to be-
lie-ve- it was. and he would not say un-
'i-r ,,ath that it uas not." No ,do.tor
,iouls, uuse ; better reme-sly than this in
';i.s- ,of cholt-ra morbum. It ,ev,-r
f.iilk. Sol-l ty all diruggists.
eke


a uy ,arU wi a. WU.p .,i u4 ,U TAs wC
bought them so late we are enabled
to sell at the low price of $2.50
per pair



The Boston Store


Special Sale


out
been


I


TMBER


H a DRESSED

ee or Phone

SEYMOUR
. Oak, Ph,


EDWARDS BROTHERS

AT THE CITT MAKET


Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA IMITS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN -SASOM
FREE DELIVERY TELEPHOlNE 10


Commercial Bank


CAPI


BRANCH OP
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLS

ITAL - 50.OC
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


0.00


DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOTS
RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOWUT
AND SOLD


A. E. BURNETT

THE JEWELER


"INE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVEI

J E E LRY

AND

OPTIC L GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


Mlfhi b PBlock.


OCALA


WLOWED


SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES
Leading Hotel and Pleasure Reort on the Eant Codo
F-


A BOODLER GETS THE LIMIT
EVERYTHING MODERN
1. 'a' .v ,, rth. Ka.r -June I,.--. o.t Hlomelike and Comfortable.
M:,I'r'll. %% ho,." forger i'q of $:;,o, .",0
..-.- k,-,i th- Highland ban.k. has .cee-n i hotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
'-tttIs,,.,- t. thirty-five.- y-ers imprri.- Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
,liet. $2.oo00 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
A FRIGHTENED HORSE Address HORACE F. S1EWART,
Running like m.id down the street, GOODALL, - FLORIDA
lumpling th t-uDpants. sir a hunsir.i,


other accide-nts are everyday 4,,cur-
S[-[is o-s. It behoove-s everybody to have
.t rli.tble a;ive handy and there's none
:is gsood as Bu-klen's. Arniea Salve.
Hlf ut. s m ..r ..P.V l. M


urns, u s. ar s. rzema. a es s-
Of Sewssag Maches;. n --.,--
**tore. A g q e A A
We have a large number of sewing machmes that have be en used-some
httle-that we will close out at Bargain Paces. These machines ha e


n 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 wil: 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-
son" Sewing Machines-w.th or without button-hole attachment.
Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records for $5.
SPECIAL ATTE .'ION TO MAIL ORDERS


'.. .i ni-',v .-is re. Prg,,ikitzinawits!4 Is.t.-Ir-i

THROWN FROM A WAGON

f .i hs 't It-r .i Irof v,.I I v ttsr m -o-l.1
te.'I tnts t's it is the tie-st Itisiteist'
bu- us- ~-4. Mr 1. esek- st ~'
; IS z--I1 of N -'P.:IiT i Pl t:i F iT
-: -'; .111.1 .i I bsutsos-. It '.'.!l tw-f'-sT
p .. --'-.tirithe- tt?,- 7r--ij;nr--l


-!.i,.6- us-.rg I 4th ..f JIu!%'

A STRONG HEART


-1 A In',


*- h. '. -- -ra

K ~ u-..r~- -~ - o-nich I-v '-n it--
S ~ u-. ~ ,~. ~ hg ~ r.'-


Has the inFest., Most egant Lme of m i s wGe- I y

Her styles lead the world of fashion, and always will be found
there the most exqusite prluction of modern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS CREATIONS
An FwtIshve and Beatifl Li of Drmess Hats AW
in Stock.
A cat' will convince vyou that I have the leading styles.



RESTAURANT<


0.
OS


First


las.s


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

Delicious Hot Soup Daily
Dining Room open untiami-nig PA-ma
attention given to special o&-ers a-ythhg
the market offers eared l the bib -


short notice. *


UF.LmmI WaZsmm.-mr~I Z~.Use


Elegant Millinery


NNW mmmm


MEMEMEMEMOD


-- ~----


&P WALLW a .0& AI d&&M %PPAC;- APL l O Srw


I


I


e- a to


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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY. JUNE 10. 9114


PAGE TWO


AGAIN THIS WEEK,


CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR


BARGAIN


WE


TABLE


Upon which you will find a large
mspply of uuiants at


REDUCED


PRICES


H. B. MASTERS,


"The House that Treats You Right"


OC,7LA, PL~.


EVENING STAR

C. L. BITTINGER A CO.

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

C. L. BITTINGER.
Editor and General Manager.

R. R. CARROLL.
City Editor and Business Manager

FOURTH OF JULY


A BEAUTIFUL CHURCH WEDDING7














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Ir-+,' : .-.!il~ i-a .',. t I.. : I .*-. :.'In .... ,!"

RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY NM .i M:-. I. J. 1M :,h.- n h,.".
-.. G, e'." *** *I i.U \\ s .i ** t "r ''- ,ut y.
I,1. --h ,; ,f th ,i.-- oi*, !.- A- :l S ,- M1 :... !H .b:! t 1i J. .
;-"* f 1 .t* lt ,;" t t .- H ,,I1.," .alri l+'.:*an "\l''!. : ''i. : +** I- 1 l ,lai ; t l l l li -
;M -:. ,,, + ,- i-.-t ,,f th,- -'ir! -t P r% -- y- II~ 1",!: th. l, : r i i, y. t*.: i: **f
ti ,' 1 [ .' h ,,I *. L.. F lai.. til ish :."* tinl. t .0;t., 11 li-. n ot e.
, .. it, . M, -1 l "-- t,,h ,,u : ,i,+.i: ,e .- T h ," i',l'li': < k. ".k ,is th < n ** til
S .,0 1 .. k-' i th.-.1 .,- -- 1 ;i- ." i;, i, M.11 i ti l,.-i h .- l.: t i-
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; -,.% !i ;.,, h e ::. ,. .- t ,!Y l;t.i n !, i l',tiy 1 ',,l> -'r ti t ll, t i ..-is li.i\ i:. b-e n fl '1 ": "
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t,',-: li;;;i. h-: lr-,,it "* h i.*>'t e h .: . --,*.. ,I ii lr h., t, i. ,- k f-t', l l. I .i t, t ..-l lit '.- M...t ., -
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I.2'7 '2. NI .i2 V. k.' W T


It is vry h--' i .lt thI i t I t t.t \ li ; ,. lD. p .. .' II.R, i- l',re n
h:txv- 1a iiw blol ti *,in th.- F' 'ui th ,f M :f -i .i, O ,, .** M'.
July. if hour i '.l- .- .t i..i* ul 11,l,1 I ,
g t up th- h.ll ,i ,1 .. Th.. 0... I' ..n
w iI , ,h.- ..-,.-,-i.r n ,, ,- ,, .. h .. n.. ,,,,,1 rE r.i ,
anlnivri s.Iry ,f th.1 ..1,....t **. I 'Ai. D,- N l T
,of M;i.olii otily. :\\, l .. E I ST
t:,k.+ ipl.,o- Mt "i,, r.,,',mn..rla Bn-k
t.k.un ply..h*\- M ly I- ., ..., Office Over Nunroe & Chambliss
tU July 4. h h A I ..... ,,:.! ,,, Bank. O cala. Florida.

hav"'- charii' ,f th- sul.iiptn I- - -- -
a ord w trust ,i t lne i- ut n.ts \'o il: n I-.:l
the-n libel.a!illy. Th.. :tn ,. t i '! Ib- J ELM CHACN .
varied and o f n. \'1 .*111.L .,! r -
r. eHump itup. DENTAL SURGEON
N Vffie Upstairs C'ommerchial Bank
SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF Building, Ocala, Florida.
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE R

For rale.T 75 a res of as g4ood la;n ns s
can I h.a.d in Mi..n 'cou nty. W..'- i W. H. MAR EAN, M. D.
edl: W IZ of n\1'4. .-'* 19. Ill 1,. s, r 22
e; or lyinc al,,na the Gain-svile road, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
about 42, or tive miles fiom e.:,l:k.| SURGEON
Here Is a change, for it \ ill be sold lI .'cial attention m i\.-n to the treat-
cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star i nhnt of <'hronmi I)isases and Dis-
1. ., ; s of W\,m ,-n :>ndI children .
office, Orala, Fla. OalChl
Ocala, Fla.
Miss l~izz|.. A. Tl n*.... ., ,,* ,, officee over, T .iings' Drugtitore. Of-
t i h. h ,r ill tils ., I,!! ,,it, . ,,;: *;.', ', fie hours from S a. m ., to 12 m .:
fo" a L.' \ t', t' fr m 2 p-. m .to 5 p. n..
too? 1 Il .- t t -i ^. .~ t ~ .> *.


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FINE CIGARS

The N-o'ti:i NM1't,,.t'U.. thP IT. S.
the-121 S'!'.. in'lthee V.smlN-.:.'it
f4.u tosit the l-!at 'i..*S i. 2

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If you t.h k "f :. s- -s., -
stuil:iler. "nl i \\. i'A :,. .'.2 : ':' "
ttll m ake th-* ": i .

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fo pstience- -%N. f*i N. Main St.. know
is the Namh cottage.


THE






OPERATES

Double Daily Trains
C arrylair Pllman %iol.per%. aI'fe
I ars I Is cartel and hair
4 ars %Attr free).
Electric Lighted Throughout
BETl WEEN
Bimingham, Memlphis and Kansas City
AND TO A^L.L. POINTS IN
Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territories
AND .-
Far West and NorthwesL

THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE FROM THE
SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS AND
KANSAS CITY.

ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
wix Birminiham. Ala., to p.lit Ila
%uathwust on sale first and third
Tuesday of eark month.
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F. E. CLARK. TsAv Pasn AQT..
ATLANTA. GA.

S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT,
ATLANTA, GA.


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CAPITALv, -


R. S. Hall,

George MacKay,

President:


HERBERT A. FORD,


BROWARD. BEYOND DISPUTE

It. R ' .* ... i. 2t, +' : i-,d from
Sk-" S ;.A:** D.. C A. thri,-:, is n, ;


MELONS AND CANTALOUPES


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R. L. Anderson, Edward Hklr,

George Ford, Hea


WILDER IS BETTER *

This morning's Tampa Tribune says
that F. Htadger Wilder i resting Iasy
irj h.,s ta hanct to get e%tll.

WM. ANDERSON


Asks the readers of this iparer to test
How Growers May Dispose of Them to the value of Kidl,1 Dysp.-psla Cure..
the Best Advantage FThose pt-rsons %ho have used it and
S' n .. i, 1r .,ti ,lIi. shiror-. %wh-, hav-- bew n cure-' by it. do n-ot hes-
.,: :.., -. t .t. li-t Ini it.it,- to re onim nend it to their friends.
..: t.!. .,' o., L.-', o: t!h- tr ,-k. KodChl digests % hat you eat. cures indi-
.\ F' ink. > i, . l-'l.i: g -stin, dys rei-si.i and all stomach
trioubl-qs. It in'rt-ases strength by en-
PRIZE BOWLERS .abling the sttom.t.th anl digrtstive or-
S h. h *. .d I iP ant.i to contribute to the blood all of
.1. .A:I th the nutriment containel in the food.
: Kdlol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and
.. ;.. . l ull. rirst. .
W ..-latable.


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*TEXAS PACIFIC
* h ., ni,{ t i '. {,! 0,\i n g th ,- i l ,,, ity "
Si^;,-.,1;" ,:',, ,-. ,

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...... ,> .<,:,, ..,.-. ,, ,.,.,, -. ,I.i i. -The G great Eastern
I,.. h- .. NI. .. Ni.. . and Western Line
,tf 1.,k\ 1N t.lN. N \\,- is n in ,t-
I' '" ..Across the Entire States of

"l ?" l'i v' i iTEXA I a dp u LUUlSMIij
,." t*';!r,'t'I,,! ** ,) l. t s I,,1- F,' tt. It1 IJ
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j T.. i "- '" " .. .. ."+!.! i"". Direct Line to

...,n, !,.. i f,,. -,;., ,,,ih ..y ;., l,1 N O RT H T EX AS
Il 3.11 *" A r' i NhW MtXICO,

ASTHMA SUFFERERS ARIZONA
SHOULD KNOW THIS and
| I,-,,l..'s I,,,n.y .- T., h:.s ,,,,..,1 C A LIFO R N IA

,1. ...,1 h ,,ll' s. M1I s. A 'i .,l,,h l .n.-:, o e ... .. F R K
R11 F1F, F,,k NFVW B-"iK I F.TEXA %. FREX
,"1 \ ".-st T hli St.. I >lt\v l1 I. t. I \\.,
,1 \nt,.*s: "'A sve c,,i d ,,t' Imsl, i t-, E. P. TURNER
ti..'"'" y:". :'" ",s n..'..,i '"' u"ti' General Passenger Agent
,it tin A lly ,\\ lit .in l' ,nt.h aT h I ,.-\


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Dallas Texas.


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."

Make your arrangements now.

I. E. REHLANDER
Traveling Passenger Agent

MISSOURI PACIFIC
RAILWAY
CHATTANOOGA, TENN.


Georgia Southern

& Florida Ry
"Suwanee River Route."


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A RARE OPPORTUNITY


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Monopoly Drugstore. Price 50c. and $1.
Trial bottles free.

DEATH OF TWO PROMINENT MEN

Judg- H.-niry 1;. Tur n-r of 4;eorgia.
-x-> iieSSFiIAiin ;ond ex-justnie of th
st.it,- sulpr-mn- court. lid,! at Asheville.
N. c'.. Thursday.
L-vi 7.. Leit-r. multi-million:tlre ;,nd
Ile.ading busin.'ss man of ,'hi'.igo. li-,l
.tt his h.oi,- i t ha It ity Thuirsd.iy. fi
\.i.s fa'.th.-r of Lt.lv 4'uizkon. th,- 'vw
'd-n of Izinia.

IMr. aiIl Mrs. 'W. J. l -nhcy of **a:al.
vf r.-turn'-dr t)o th-ir hoin-. ;tfts r .a
;,lI-.is.hit visitt to ielitiv'-s h.-r,'. They
i -,.'.r *! .si.+- ms of 4;',in.~sville for many
0-.n anid 1 v* h:\.,n- ti;y fri-nd.s h-t,- %%ho,
.'i.- .il\.i.s dh;.l tu se.- th"mi. -q aiil-ks-
\ illh* Sun.
.MIr. I -nley is the popular and .-aab:le
i ilsmtuainiii for th,- Mariiin H.trdw .isre


In, Al. hu.i uritvy thet r,-sult of thi-
th,- si.i ,n d p' liin..,y? for ,,unlty off'i'.-rs2
' .\,. Ho. st1,rouitigh h..,t Htill-.,y for th-
i.-tisl.itur- .ind K-Ilumn b.at Kelly for
sup,'f IIti'.-n+-t of shmols.

iMs. WiV ,igns. sister to I-'. H;idig,-r
\\-'i,.-r. %% ho \\a.s b,-,riously shot t it
":';,ii .,,. \ 'liids.'ay. \\as visiting .M r.
.iI Mr-. \A'. \V. ly;tt. arid rturn-l
|tio-m this ir-m nin .


Sold


I purely vegetable and :i,* hlute-ly m:r-inteedl
to cure iu ari.. .sik ,l-ai a nii-. bi!- .. a,.
lmW all stwua Lh. kiduey aiMi .": r uu "lapants,
TRY IT TO-DAY.

by the Anti-&otly and all otheAr At .Dru., uste.
by thie Anti-Mlonop-oly an-1 all othe-r ti;-t iiis -. t ~ so


WORLD'S FAIR RATES

Via L. and N. R. R.
E x. urio, t. k-t s r. '.. .i*- i. ;,
f' '*Tn ', l. t St. .o i t : t .
$4.,.7,;. I -t!u:n :.n : I . r ,b.. ;'.
$s:, J m;.-ln:n 1; .. ,;, >,,
$:;,,7,; K-tUI I; ,IT T ; own. .
l-.' ,o r. h . < !' ,,' -. f :. [; '-


FOR A HUNDRED YEARS tu:1 lint '" .1,.- :.-' '.-

I. 'r t h;un- rl, yi-,t s or niore -Wit. h in JWu:
Jl.z1. t- ,.. .-.-n rh-. Kliz, s sup- -1 : u '; ". .'. ' ,' '
i.,! ,-trim -. y,. hut it .ii-t iine> I for E. *'. ;..*'. i TN .- 1. .. N 2., 2,. *?
Il,-\ :t! m.in ,**, of 'hi. m ,, to t ,i l.' ,v - S t t ...
h- -% how to rnth:rt.o the. i!tu--s of \V t. h ,*,' .' '. '. ', '
HLtz-1 \%ith oth-r antis-pti;. s IT, th-- y t,..-. ; ; . M ,.-
.. ..f a sk v-. [I'-W itt.% W itch Ha- I' t'" ".2 .. X -.
z.-1 S:-i'..- : th- ,h-st s !v :nr thi- orl I -'1. \!.- '. '' I. .''..' 1 \
f,,: s-es. uts., uti bui t r uis, nand pi- I .".-
Th 'i i h -t ,n i.n of thI;s t s.[v h:t,- -
i::'.- '.is.- tI,, ...;:.t.-f"it. anI. th- pubt- ATLANTIC COAST LINE
s: .. l.l.',-i to !,..k for th- ntrr.e WORLD'S FAIR RATES


"I .-%' .tt .s ,i. th.e ;,a. k:t'-. ind t ,. -pt
nr.- th-:.S i ty vWin. An. -''son.

TWO ROUTES TO CHOOSE FROM

T oA :.r.t .;.. : ,.> t L i:.- h.?i *-i
* ,' .,. Th- ,,fP i. I;t r.,ut,- f,,r th- F"o., ;-'a
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: 7T-nr.-. J,,: 14-1;" Th--. h -

Via Montgomery and L. and N. R. R.
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TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
AT ST. LOUIS


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1 : 11'. A M. & K . M .- Z.I
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KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE

Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific
Railroads

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ROLND TRIP RATES
TO WASHINGTON


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SENATOR KNOXI- V VII I F (X ..A 1VN I

I'-.-Kniox.:,ttiri.."y g-ner ral of the. 4 /r M

itr fr.,m l-tm.sylv.tni. t,,. till the p.ai Carry a Full Line of General Hardware. and are now open for busineseM i
MIf .. S. Quay. deceased. the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Square.
All Goods New and First Class: Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints: e
FIGHT WILL BE BITTER Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead. etc. Stoves. Ranges. Farm Tools of an
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware. Tnware. Agateware. etc. Sash. Doom
This. \who will persist In closing and Blinds. Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Rang-s -onO
their ea:rs against the continual recom- better; Wire Netting. the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Low-
inn,-nl1:titns ,of I r. King's New DS,'ov- est Prices Will Prevail.
-i y for C'onsumption. will have a lhng Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Famili-rizee Ute
and hitter fight with their troubles,. if With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited
nit .-ndel :earlier by fatal termination.,
R-.ids what T. R. .1-.all of, Beall, Miss..
h:Its to s;v: "Last fall my wife h.tdev- P E D W A R D S
+ y symitom ,"f ,'onsumption. She took
I r. King's New. Isis'ove-ry after every-.
thing else had failed. Improvement, At the City Marrt
*ni-- tt .ni e in1 four bottles entirnuelSv I F Vyt
urd er." ouarant by the Anti- Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vgt ab


through Sleepers aid Dining Cars
BETWEEN


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OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904 PAgg


iW~h imogt-f at Tayloi.'s





I.40.t4o. 1'. ItIs*zs.? t Ifw t ii.'. t o--l t

ltiivs~- ~ .#Ill.-.I at '%1.. 1. 1'..out t

lot '.' 'rr P o-i ins J-s. k'i..vi% ill--~ 4L

Juat 1-te.v.-1. .fles~h ll,,fool urn.'-
&des. C. E. Tiaylot.

vN..rning f!'' s.:s ui 'U.: .t.:.



1Wsork d*ol'.. Isv SIe' r~l,.rgi'r ill paint-



Whn l '.;pu:zz'::: k the NMuss I 'cyn

Sc. cigar. All pzllinclgal dealers.

4',40. W. sN. s;*.'r ..x.-.i2
ff 4 illsI.I .SO-iI.. WIJ.ilS.1 ~y ig-.

R -. '.I..,.: 1 11.! q''--[. 1l:1;1rsit till 5.4


oweeJ. $S~tair :rI..g'.;h."ie



Gerig~s WIis klilazel SSsap. IP44tffui
bard matetr. Ti y it. I'.sst.,~ffice 1. ug-
store.

M~IN. 4. K. I


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PROSPECTIVE BLISS

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Tandv. Ilts Sttsi;.rn,'ts Re.eo.ed
Weekly.


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SUMMER

STYLES

Handsome line of piece
goods in stock for suits,
trousers and overcoats.
We are up-to-date in ma-
terial and workmanship.
All orders strillfully and
promptly executed, work
fully guaranteed.

Jerry Burnett,
Merchant Tailor.


L.ALEXAX!)ER
Practical
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
4 '.t Tu: s'" '. m n i *; I ntr. ac
a>:k. ';i < ; ,.- .-i:. >t.-- : \,,rk fn"
th- 'n..'- y t .i' .i;y tlier iman nii




Cream Vermifuge

.THE GUARANTEED

WORM

Q-REMEDY
TNE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
*t 9or( 0Or IITlAOSSO .
Tra g Nu Et P PIAREDO OMLt SV
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
oT. LOUse. MO.


T. A. Colyer Bros.
Merchant Tailors,


TO GIVE AWAY

T 'i:ty-fi t y- *. r tl uil i. g lo::s t,-

E n.h .,- N,,. o ;:... ity.


POTATO DRAWERS


ST.11. t:1a

A I:.~snyi~~n




VONGE. THE PLUMBER

W5 5.n


TO THE RESCUE
T h,' |l,-l ; .l,- i 1,-* ** 'i,',l.tly th .,ll,--

SI.
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AN INSURANCE POLICY
li l ,, ,, Il 'l., 11 1: i i- ts i .l l-, o f
: L. R. 1 i l-." .. ; & 1. .l t :l is
kl :r ,,; lli LI r lt l i 11 1i ll y lrJ .1 1 111 -

HALL, PAWLS & WHEELER
& ala. ll.sridI.


UNION PICNIC


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THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS


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A *m~lt.- kr-.sh If Trgh.-aprue-ire.!,t

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A it-i.
N'If hs t I"fs1,%h-' o!V! ,I"n fl'. h st t fl'v IW,t



hA,!.strtgh peael


EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


Mak-r pof the


MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5c. Cigar


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and
GRAND ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS
In Five Sizes

CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor
Ocala. Florsida.


MClVER & MACKAY


Ocala, Florida


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Macbiemmy


Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, S uey, Caiag


HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS


REMINGTON. SMITH-PREMIER. Building MIateials, Every Kind and scipt
DENSMORE, HAMMOND
TYPEWRITERS, FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS


-Just Received at-
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY

P'le:t

I v-.l\ yui ir-. iplin s and orders for
,irusi \rih us. 1We give ear-ful atten-
ti >n, pri,'irs;t Idelivery and the lowest of
p:i.t S. Ty-'iings & Co.. pho,:e No. 30.
I'r,''. \V. f i. I ; ,kiii.n f in rn ly ,f
S*i .i,. l k it Iiin \ ,,f T tIii'.s. \' ;t.
iItllili tt.-. su.' t-I i.t-'i.-,'nt '44f s'.-h, l.s of

h~it III. 1I. 5'i, i i- i nllII- lt.

Stik.vy tly pape:,r and floorr wax. Fresh
st,, k just ir-. i' e,.J. Tydilsgs & (Co..
phillf- No. 30

l' .!I i .il .\. J. IJ i-.1 s, l. I-'fI for his-
,,I, I l ,,, t,. h tlst l ,nss ., b:, t m ahi
too I l tI. SI li h,-. I it.

The excel llent cigars made by Charles
I't.ys-ri. ti Milo l>-y, and Grand Roy-
al. can b- had at the Ocalu News Co.

lt. 11",!*ti .1 Ht .,t ,**turn I.-, y..-"t>r yl:
,t l ll g 11:111 I'!,<,i!ll .1 p ,-.I.l.lllt V% isit t o lio
it ',-i.!'- .i .A ll.1:1.i. ," siyis th.it %-on-.
.1'.. fi l S-.',liiht n :ty i .s IuilI.iIi l il
t,;?t." thi sl it -\-: t. is it hlliitt'n ly

We have just received a large ship
ment of Tablets and Envelopes of al
sizes and grades: also all kinds of Sta
tioners' supplies. Call and get prices
Ocala News Company.

S t M\ .i \\ ;!!: IIIs i .th rr -.I to
Sit. lu< .; l; n? n Hl.


let vmui it Tins l-'x ar. Thoson~ts.,t
h ~is 'xto-%% asd. :sItilie be-st thait 1irt
Irc 'sIi.nt ,an make it. can be had al

V, Lismk --sf ~sni' lt~ :.tflCur
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This Place

Tc) Findl." ,

Ig .,t J. A. Pittmana' and Son's.


95 .: .J ,+. '. ; S ,.
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.9.5


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For Dinner!


Well, just phone


THE FAIR


They'll get it there


LA GRIPPE

Pneumonia follows La Grlppel
but never fellow the e "of

Icl CV Q Honey


Phosphate Plants Instaled Complet


THE


CARMICHAEL


&


"ED'S PLACE"


McCrath's


SON CO.


.i'uri e'1a.'-Sussa.


Old Stand Mai


Rebuilt and Newly Furnished


FINE WINES OF ALL KINuS, FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH GRADE
6 WHISKIES, BRANDY, ETC
BES.R, ALE AND SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE. THE PUREST LI-
QUORS OBTAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. SKILLED BAR TENDERS.
COURTEOUS TREATMENT ASSURED TO ALL.

'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS!
IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS
A GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L DEPOT
A CAREFULLY SELECTED STO CK OF GROCERIES: WITH FREE
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 and Colored Bars at
n Both the S. A. L. and up town places.
e Our Liquors, Wines and Beers are bought in
Car Load lots direct, and our prices are the
Lowest.

Tie aae & So Go., Oalae
The annihael& So Go. Osaa,*H


ROBBERY


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Cl,


Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. It is a
whiskey "which
time hag brought
to ripeness." It
is "written down
old with all the
characters of
age" -mellow-
ness, ripeness,
flavor.
There are several so-
called "Club" Whis-
keys that are not
Maryland Club. You
can tell it by the taste.


DAME

The Leader in Ice Crease


WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION
Th- ..rigint'.r of tho
VELVET BRAND
Any .ol.or or flavor.
'r ,r-rt fil!--1 ,.n *l-man., in any quam-
'.'y u I-ired.


PLEASED CUSTOMERS


T-11 r~*'. .2satbout our candy
*x.'..i te-to print. even witb
>--sv :- -:--i .:th ; ride. If YOU
n, r~:'~f T or confec-
a s~ svkeet -
S- ~ ~",t't .r. make-you
.. *--: !a' '.sio buy. eat
:-.gr: m.L -.xr.'v's sweetmeata.


-At-


CHAS. E. TAYLOR'S


We Are SWEl If 4
a r. supplyirng builders with the veey
b'-st sea'r.e-l lumber for every pr-
t:e<. aWhilie the demands of owr
t.-rr.'r!q ara great we lave disappolat-


DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED Mr u It.u ik. f.r u
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S t 9 '. h .m ' I .. ' < .P .i '

i;.-'. .., : :. :s -- FOR RENT AT SEABREEZE

il.. *-- "!.. "' .'* ,' . ..1.. !. *. '... :k.-:, F ,," .. .- ,- ,.. -r. I ..l .<-a r rou, ,, .
-- .o n_.
.:. : N i. .- i;-, y fu nisi.,l. Fo.r pa-r ,'ulars an.)
.,.- i '' .::. .. ,.., :.: , ;,Lt a1 I,;ly at the Star office.

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\V ,. : .- .; .,:... .:. I.- .,. .M r ,l. -:;r.-. ,,f I ; .,! ,,' ... :- th -1 % 9t:

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FOR YOU TO BUY

NO. I.-SPLEN\IID HOME. FINI- BATH. H *T AND ) (I)LD WATER UP
and down stairs; gas fittings. etc-. ciily oi, bl-, Rk uff f- .klawaha.


CALL ON


DITTo FOR PRICE.


NO. 2.-FINE INVESTMENT ANI;oe 'G( i l o.ME. OCNE HOUSE RENTS
e f S n o.e for $1 pe-r ririth: !iii thr.-*a xtia large l-,ts; twu blocks
off Oekl:a\.i.lai. A bairg;iin t $17,,,.
NO. 3.-1-," A'I;ES OPEN I.ANI'. Folt F.\ItMIN<; OR ST4E,'K. MUST GO
now; I mile- fromn ,dJlle t in this *. 'Jurity. 'i,*-l,. $1 p-ir ai< re.
NO. 4.-BI'ILIoING LOTS FR1 1.M1 3.;. 1'O l-j";: NEAR SQUARE; ANY LO-
cality.
NO. Z.-TWO '4;OOD LOTS AND SMI AI.T. iHOISE IN FIRST WARID:- TWO
bla-ks fit im railroa.l and; ,nr- hll,. :; ff o. k 'i..hail;. Must be sold now.
Pri, e. $54)(.

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


F. \V. DT11


RO CALL .O N DITTO F.

ROOM 12, MERCHANT S' BLOCK. OCALA, FLA.


POPULAR


I)I1TTO,,


EXCURSION


--TO


MACON


ATLANTA


- $3.50


- $5.50


And Return


THURSDAY, TUNE 16, 1904.


Special Train via Southern Railway


l l.-eale J.iakso

.1 : 0i a,. hni.


Ar ri\-* M .I.a on ........ ... ... ...... .. ...... ....4. 4: p. in.
Arrive At ll i.............. .... ... .. ..... ......... ;:.i L n.
Tiv ket.s ~ee-I1 to -11111n onll ;n: y r1--:. l ar tr.iina up too :aiil ini luding train
leaving .Ma.oi : l.' :1. i. .. :.n; l At..ilt.i 11 .' p. in.. Sia. lty. June 'l .
Futlth-r ilnol rm ti.tilon fmriiishe.-'l ,,upe :a pa'li,;atiia i'ass*-a e-Ir ltYie, liS
W est Itay sI .-t. l.T -,'i.h,.i,, 7|:;.

J. C. LUSK, District Passenger Agent,

Jacksonville, Fla.

U.


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


OiFCKt..S will be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday during months of June, July, Au-
gust and September from points in the Southeast,
at one are, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
days.
For Books and Pamphlets descriptive of the
Hotels, Bath Houses, etc., apply to


Ile
in O.


WORLD'S


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

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


FAIR RATES


From Jacksonville


40.65 a S27,50


133.90 ... 20.95


It~~~ pi1rp *-A.l te%


Southern Railway

World's Fair Route, St. Loutis


fraA ::a .1:-i V. i* '.






T~e. ot i i


J. M. ME F F FI'.


.1. H. TAYLOR.


Ocala Ice& Packing Co

Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
a. N C I ___


SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK


Meeting at Blitchton of the Marion
Convention, West
Th' Sun.r l.,i S .l h c riv-a.ti,.,! ',f th
*..-st-rl ,.~. i t uf M ,t!a in .,ti'.y n..-t
It. th.- St ut. t,',,n ',J:., in .i. .Iy

' Saturday Morning


13..1~i.1i 1. N. Re\XI% a.-ite


At 11a -tt'f 1. ,.. k Rh-i '~'. 4ai


XX~aS a -.aL'i hylw..Z. A. Oi fltalt.!.z
tr'ea I 1.-..- 14 17,,Aft.-: M-rifli-,. in-


At It,. Th- *.iX.v itieti X%%a5 al'



l~retl.- 1. A...iki r. I'l-Ithi-r J. K.
~alXa~: ~r .;...rS..I-jaW .-..haazS .~~
B. ir'.. M itc 1 !.lS.ce't-11,4. M. as,1

sr.4;_ M. Ri haniiJ
11.i-i'. l I- L. Atkin. 4'. M. Aikir..


"'lCv Losl TOc Pft"


A man save. "Look at this." And be
over-laps h coat to show how loom it
is. There are some people who can lose
fat to advantage, but the los of flesh is
one of the accepted evidences of failing
health. As flesh-making processes begin
in the stomach, so
naturally when
there is loss e of
flesh we look fiArmt
to the stomach for
the cause. And
thsecause is gen-
erally found to be
disease of the
stomach and di-
gestive and nutri-
tive tracts, resulmt-
ing in lom of nu-
ration and conse-
quent phyimal
Doctor Pierce's
Golden Medical
Discovery restores
curing diseases of
the stomach and
other organs of
dipston and nu.
trition and ena-
bling the perfect
digestion and as.-
similation of food
from which flesh
and strength are
made.
"My wife was f
five yer troubled
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.M-. .M. Aikin. I i I o I ' .
I |stomach and bowels.
.*-!., ship .1lrs..1!. L. 1Hill. S. J. M,. bloating and severe
S. t pain at times during
lly.. Mi.. M.%1> Anitlh. the entire five year.." writes Mr J. Milton
'l.-minituton J. K. Ma-.tn. Mlis. All- lUnger. of McConnell.buri PI "Her eartwas
affected, and she took a purgative every few
eii- N.1ixsi. days but only received temporary relief. She
got veerv poor in flesh and I bought oue bottle
P'l.-.:t:-;t lHill- I. T. Hi-nri-i. ks. of Dr Pierce' Golden Medical DIcowrv from
,ke Lynn -.A. W. Lyti 1'. S. L I our druggist and after taking it she amid she felt
like a new woman Has no more trouble with
,ast.-l'. stomach and bowels. and has no pain nor blas-
lag Has gained fifteen pounds in weight."
I ir-l 1 ptr-,,st. ,y lh-tt-r. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cutre co
W\illistui -.Mis. I t. H. Wvillis,. li-s ttipation and biliousness.
A.lli 1-1.persol, I'. Eppl-rs,i. J. P'. -- --- --..- -- -- -
DESPONDENCY IN RUSSIA
al alritlhroiok- (. i' Ra isI. I. i '. She-f-
ti-Il. Miss zistrunk. Miss Josi.- iB',ro ks.
.l s. Jile-s It.:n :ill. I' t i-s. Jii"- "* 'riv.ate int.-llige-n
First ,juer .%as p.ostsi,,..-l mu til Sun- '***- .-1i i I'aris :it se-ve-r:il iirT-rent
, *t -!airt. ., \ i i.ilee "iai ;Ir',jUsiit iff the
Thii iu.e, -- |, hrm i s is tl f' w i i--lirg ,f Is 'edeitit atai a0x-
*. s th v iu l;'shc-ui- ,*,-er th .- sile- i" ,,t l it t l -
4-nt.." Iis.uss-.,l ey 1 .. T. H.l ,-iii ks. i lla :S te ev.ntS it the
'. '. RIt Is. S. L.;.r.a-stear. I- t e .i. I',ll'-X ing so lose-ly Ulel I
l'eurth |uer-,y lIs thi-,.. lestit. ;,,1- *. "eie- ct* te-Je its r.. .siv..l ;,,,d 'lis-
va ti.e.. a-e el-riv-..l trerm S Sundayy s.ch...l -1it tt- e1-1 aa-i1 *lauing the- e.Irly pait
foi. ni.s." Iis tuss..- .y J.1 s. Aikin. I. ",eit- al paialwlg the ultt-r failurie of
'. Hi-relnricks. P.. L. Aikin. I. N. Rils. t tt
J. K. Mixse 1 S. a .. atir. in i hts. *ii'-r .- -le.at .' vi-torty. has-
St-te, n.l ejuery----At X\ hat age- shetull I""1 .-i atisopaling il the- t-xti-ne :aindi
a chil Ie -carit--ilS to Sinay sehool.... .
,..l i ist pichl,. l i ]o | ii -
I 'aseufssef.1 vy .1. K. r Mixsen1. i'. S. Lan- '
,,f lil **il*' I< ii < h,. ill- :i ti-r ilu or.e I
e ist-i. 1. I. Aikin. 1 T. 11.-i n ricks. A.
%k h.it 11x1s, *if.t.'m4l.. l irPilI r.
tW'. Lynn.
Adji lrl.twd until .9:30 i, S l:y. it
k l'l ,, ex, i Plp ,ie I ith .i o t tia- l-
lDismiisse-e y l ie rotlhi A. W L.nn. j1le ete-. i1 tl t. t i.. i-
I'll-U. :,I,-l I I ill .!. I. Ma 1i-. c. qs lt-n
Sunday Morning s. a t..in ti.- riav.- e ,no-iie isis.
9. 3. P ai. e-i ai rl riise s-.Vi>ci, Coi- %hi i. it WX'i ll le- pir-til. to de lny. is
lu. t- rl ly i ih.-r Jos. Aikin. lik.-l to .af.- t ti.- lntire- .olitial .Sit-
ine. Suila' sia ahool nss niiie-anti. a:eolel.
Le ly Ir. S. II. Ilitch. It its t i ca- ;li .itte-d thait tlde
11. Irne-cling se-ivies y Iathers : 11l tian ** einviriaibly suffer in latinme of e
N. t. I'lumtii.-r ;iii.l A. .. P iso.e e A.- \ h. hbut in a coeintry like- Rtussi.i. when
t.-r s-n n Ion l'r.th.-r M.ixso i liii iaiis ;, i ,lou ltful i *-ithe-tr e ifounu.e-l upi-
for our miissiatiaiy. BroteiA II. '. Mir- i 1a Ilstt ail basis. eaplable of ro-
tin. bo th vtill b ti.n. sistitu I lih shla ks ef .a prolronge-d -anm-
!Disiiisse.l fi.. .linlit-r. I .aun, it is r, spr 'hersitle, thal t the
i r h-iir XX i. .alsi 'a, I .l leeii -he-.rifis.r cltiaculi :
Sunday Afternoon .
2. :{e. h'onve -n :illa ..lra to eorl.-r j
with i..iaye- by Itrothfe Prlis e. CURES OLD SORES
il'irst ifl e-iVy t "It \X lf. i iien t l lee1n Il l a a W .-.i u10 i. :fa .l. K;ant.. Mai y 5, 19'2;
sui- int.-inlit *-i oai. .e pIti. s o :allat i, S I.iniiii-i it ..: iYour Snow I.
attet-li Sunl.ay s hool." I ais uss.-.l ly l.iiiin.a-it cit-i i 111 .1 sort- on the- .*ile
I. S. Sli<-ite-l.l. <'. C'. Ita\ls., A. W. il nay l uhin thaIt %as suppoi.sedl to let- a
ILyint. Mr. Me del-nei.. I'. S. IS rwi t-istr. e < ..r. T s- seii- \%;as stubborn iand
II. W. g. Ite. lttv. N. 1. l'lii er. nal not yie-ll t tr:ti -nt.r until I
i'ilth uery l'ith qu-ry : "What is t I i w .n.w C .i.iinI-tit. whic h dile thie
the- ;idv1.iyt:'-- .f S na.lity s-l. ha il lal;i I \\'. ork in sholt l oird i-r. .y sister. M rs.
'ri.s'" r lisc ss.-.l ." '. .ol i ; 111,1 i I. I: S.phiJ .1 h. 4 nasoIn. Ai ll-nsvill-. Miffin 1
N IR;iil% s. V .iiunty. irt.. h:is ai. sore :and mistrusts
Sixth .Uf -"Vlia.it a-I. li.in .lies tih' tl. it it is i ..,*-. I'l-:esi st-en- he-r a
Siinal.y s school to, thel i il.ission. i ii ork. .ae.. elattl.-." ST,1 bly th1 Anti-Me.onop-
Iais. css.l l. y 1i.th-r A. L. Pai e.a~I. if. \-ul y Ie i stoait .
W l.oiig aiil <'. a.siIl s.
Ti'- I. .li.-s hi-I.l I pil.eant a. 111inter. PROGRESS OF THE WAR
estin ia in. ,-eiui. Sur l.iay ;atl.-i ir Taii..e h ie
l:li.*s oif B.litc-hton thl r s> l ..,le h.e l- .l.-t.-r nitaial t'' t.k.' upi the- I ai .> ..er01 I.- t it s that Ia m in ,or
hIanie mii5~ieii \\er k. iTh'- al-tiec. i w s n ii liLit o..r i --.1 in tlr- ;i lf of Pl- -
. li6 .lni.ct-. 1. M rs. l.ii a 1 I I .I i. e. ,i. ..
p'.rt l $l:;. l i a t... i .y t Ih- S n I.Iy W it !Is Th.a :i,... fi ti th s>ulth
S-hols. ai.l h .l7 lVly pali l is tip- P Ti . r-,I a It.t i k*-.l i ort Arthur
:.eici r,.- t.t:.r '. s XCxpI..tse flir p Th..-ta .e ,' i .. ..a.t w.-. rt puls.-d


27.. .. le'. Inc e lealat,.-,- vet $21 ee2
Slaip-al e M. PUt. Ia. C eX ReX'js l.

4~''ltatTai~t.-e- 'r lit. ietci~.- :,- I~~~ta I api

-- t-.~ S'aa la'. -a.- I XX..' K ii! I.e
S.avitlttt ii I ti; -at Wri.- ,. p~,p*~ -


NI A k:t~. ''a,'--
ala A'- --a Ia.': a .. -a -


!\ iilh .1 1,,>.- :; .O,, ii n i. h .1 f1.1 f- i-r % .tr,
*. i.< ., .I *.,,. -. i h ir :\ a r.l itl;i .l-,r

th >. ,, T lI.-t \. ,-Ti K \\w .!i T H! > :tir l
.*- .n F.-I- t'i at Pot A, hu p ei
Fighting at Port Arthur
S'"' .. i .; ... ,',i ', .1 h,,.. ,h n,. ...


I0! I


Atlantic Coast Line .
nowJ. 9 .. A. eel.e ,


WO O Fill U iTE Want,:ed-A well daiger. J.
Sternberger.
First class excursion rates to St. Louis *" Xo 2 shingles ceap J

and Return: Several new cottaes for rent-
Starr Sternbergr.
S<'all Att F-. .1- Johnso>n' restaurant ftr
$45.55, final return limit, Dec 15 lunhes nd meals.
Rei. W. Dt Johnson of Shady Or~v
$38 final return limit, sixty days 10 % lightly improved.
$20.55, final return limit, 15 days g Starr err

o *Fine roe *ad every other Joy i
Special ten day coach excursions at veryt- uk-t--,-a n d. g. te -.M
J. J. uckett and daubter. Mi- .
--- ratef P ~P u. u,-kett. ,4 Anthony. are hi the city.
t un t ask us about it. we do'ft khw:
%e were not the.re. -"hurch eatlers
Through sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and
R,-v. W. JM T.,te h(a, 43*i poe ss a
Louisville R. R., and "Dixie Flyer" rou te. ev.id storage bitean :and ten 0 os of
Fur further information see F. J. H uber. Agent. Ocala. f l
l.itid for s.t Ie.


F RESH


ME-S 7 AND GAME-


We keep on hand a full Ime of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
Caretul attention to orders and quick delivery made.
CITY MARKET W. L. JONEB. Pr,.letoW.


Mrs. l.l-i.at Jones of F.tirflid tIs vw"
ill in.Ieft, with lung trouble-. We hes
hear early rec-'overy.
lxnm't forget the three day exacartea
to J.a ksonville. Mna.iay, the- 1th. via
iS. A. L. Round trip. $..
*Call at the Mack Houmse for eco
portable lodging and board at reem
ble rates. West Broadway.
.Mr.ldnama-s Lucy Walker andl Le
A'.trter of E.at.tlake. a;re ii the city. the
guests of Mrs. F. P. ti.lsaSn.
lee cream of all flavors every dy
at Tompkins and Brooks kle cream
garden. to and enjoy yourself.
*Keep in memory that the Mack
House furnishes meals at the following
hours, from 7 to S. from 12 to 1. and T

FebRi RENT -Three :-room houses;
t\\e 3-r.xni heet .-.t. ne I-raomn houe- ;
#*ne .P-rimm house. J. Starr Sternber-
ger.
A gr;in-I trustet- r;lly is on foot at
i 'ottron Phltit churi-h *-n the fourth S1e-
*t.ay. A %great [tne- is x-pe'ted. Par-
ticulars. later.
*Fresh water bream and trout. am-
\v;ater trout. sheephead and bams, a"d
.a,il ured mullet and fresh oysIrs at
J;ake Thomas. market.
.X I.-:r c h;>lis i ,on haNin nle:ar Tork.
Fl.,. S.v'-rl nimen. w%%. :ire rliably in-
ftorm.- I .art hunting the same. His
tr.acks ha;iv- lbee-' 'er-, ian several pl:aes.
.nI thfe entire neightmorh.Mod is much
.il.arinel.


.. i'. *'*x eand Mi*s ROmsa James ef
S;into.-s ue-re' hiappeity m:arriesl yeer-
Iday m o ;al.a. Th- happy pair left for
the- southh eon the .aftl-rnnaon train. 'on-
gr.atul.atiois.
Mi.ec Rs:a L*-- SAprinkle ,of l-enelIk't.
Fli.. diel in Sa:ivannah. 4;a.. :a few days
;Io She u\si .i yoiilig laly ,of great


,r p nise-. t but th,- h;l to(f death cut
Coast Line Railway Company r h.-.r life.


TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 1, 1904


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. Palatka. Jacksonville and
all points east. Also for Macon. At-
lanta. Nashville. Chicago. via Dixie
Flyer route.
For Leesburg, Croom, Trilby. Brooks-
ville. Tarpon Springs, Clearwater,
Belleair. St. Petersburg. Lakeland,
Tampa. and intermediate points.
For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosas-
sa and intermediate points.
For Jultette, High Springs. Live Oak.
Dupont, Waycroes and all points east
and west.
For Juliette. Gulf Jun-.tion. Homosaraa
and intermediate points.


Trains No. 39 and 71 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.
P. & 0. steamers saff from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on
Sunday. Tuesday and Thursdays at 11:15 p. m.
For full,. complete and reliable information regarding rates, through car
arrangements. sleeper reservations, etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line
agent, or address.
T. C. WHITE. Division Passenger Agent.
H. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAI;. generall Pass. Agent
Wilmington. Norti Carolina.
i i


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SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE


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Th*- piiier i v-s e-reli.y w.as alulte a
su, t-s.s. The- lillt- ltots and adultss en-
'joyved thernwilve4" iiimmi;n.se-ly. Much
o r,-.lit is .lu1- Re-v. R. S. Qjuartermnal
;in I R. A. Hall. pastor .nJd superintend-
a-nt.
*F. M--ntiion. the hustling grTwer, has
rnlairge-ud hias business i and is ready to
supply the public in choice iroceriet,
vege-table-s. tool drinks. contfetionery,
etc. Fr-e- delivery wagon. Your or-
,l-r s.oli,'ateI. Iron building. Soutl
Main stre-rt.
*L. <;reen, the lightning shaver. Cad
and try his shave and hair cut and yee
will always come. Shave, lic.; h ir
cut. 25;'.; honing razor, 5c.: concave
razor. 7.,C. All work first class. Me
long delays: two chairs. Next door m0
All*rtiln*#- Smith. on West Blaadway.
l.wn't ask us about the 4th of July
e-l-bration in *e-.ieli. He-r "man tf war'
is \-ell1 oel the o .ay. Thfe reason you
h;av'-n't he-alr-l he-r sigtanl acuis was be-
Siluse. *>f the- primary -"e1- tion war that
S;cas going on in the harbor., but now.
is the- KU.ns have- ';i.ee-d1 firing .and the
siIeke.- h.is <'I -r-'It :;a..y. Just look
a.i ross th- hbeir ,inri you ca;n -.-e her
* nriiilr iat full q,-pe-t. a ith roloaI.s flying.
Aprill .i ath the- *-litir #of this d-pairtlment
\ ith the- iiIAn.-a4 staniling onl the hurri-
A +i, .- k.


THAT TIRED FEELING


it u v* .cj ,r ar~igu ai .j. .1resse.anol in-
i ,1.- f o or %toeor k, jLititi .afs-,ethat your
1 AX is ut opttoer .1-r- ti-rbinompwill as.
-:st ri. atIu:.---too t hr-,'.% cff'h#-t-a4kh4-.
h- .mr., t I ism 1 va i If iiim-nts akin tooner-
si. aai-Iro-i't',ro- th.. ..norgi^,qand
i.ilitv *.f "..un.l .An-I erf'. t be-alth. J
J 1lut~t,;ir 1. Ta-rn 1.1.-. Ta-xavo. writes.
M h i 2'. 1.,' Ah:'a Va j~- 1 s'tHorbine
f"!' p,. A *e '.-.arg. It hap Jean.- mi
rre)r te-' Th in .01 Tho,-forctiorn. W~hwn
I f-1 I, el .,,. I h~av'- that tira-'! ta--lang.
I ~ i !. #,fa Ho-rhine-. It is the
-*-.rma~.J- t.,r fll!s dpi
tpb..ttl.-. $SoDI. by theo An-



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111e911. OC&a.aF1416,
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Summer at


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For those -ho go to Hot Springm. Arkansas. for the
lhfti-tit of ht-alth. the summer iis really the beiat
time. Her fortunate lo'atikn. high up in the foot-
hills of the Ozark mountains insur-es a mil and de-
lightful tlimite. and physicians are united in the
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the -suinnmer season.


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For the roundl trip" throughout the
summeilr.
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