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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 13, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID03526
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA


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Voluie 9, Nmber 313 OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1904 Fity Cets a Mt .a Ye
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U


TEA


For Ie-d Tea use <"hap.- and San-
brn's.

EFFALO ON1PS
We have- utlS, a Mixed T*-; irn a. k-
age: 2-'. for a half I"utinI- ;, spld-n-
d4d drink.
If you ant s.,iowthitai, gIo- i ;ain'l
rw able u s.%'C t'la ar i S.ia4tl t., i S4
goods.
AT THE

TEAPOT GROCERY


For

And
REPAIRS
__Go TO-


F. G. B. WEl
The le-wd,


HE


THREATS OF A CONTEST

SBefore the State Executive Committee'
at Its Meeting in Jacksonville r
t Next Thursday i


Jasksitmiville. Va.June 1:3.-W'h~ileit
is -%id.'-nt that Mr. itt iomm-i .1hasi.-Al-r
n.,iniiatr"it tot gti~%er'nfolinith.' st-s esal
p ri kr 3. *I-t-.It i I I x4 'iii agt .'sslnnit.n 1. W
Ipavis-. it %% ill r-qsuin.- the s.,ficiA 4l .uflt
14P det.-rnasine the- a"uit.
Th, av f s.ett h"is-t urfi '-hdm I tn -
pot it%, 1orI.m i i 5w .ini1 .of t61411, loutti ht-i
.it-, 4 fount i~s-s ,h--it-t* a- ft i-n-Iisl got I.t -
%i if.4- '-. Usirniiagft a'lu. a ;141 101"1" t he-V
h~av ve.' u tas h.-y -eivsa'ls'r suffi. is-i.1 Igs-t-
1I1481 ,f t.?~ I. i -out t hi- .-t iratus st'.
S-11-ora .rTa I~iafs-rIs, 11.s,'*'t-.tl.1.
N. C. Stgoc.kt*.:i Iby :;".esei.api3il jtV.and
*.stJ. IM. Kirtsff bvJ% 5164040 lliI p'iiv.s
*'sU~aV tsS S.si~lait-sart. -1 s.It-St~ita
th.- *-st i..iaiii*%ci .i5 in ti' hatv-
.5 % d*sLtiwa sf 1.-st Iilsunylwfots-fl- th.- casif-

flgi th 14;01

HAVE YOU A COUGH?


A 41i',seof Blallard's Htoreh-puisI Syr-


We will Sell


t ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING


at Actual Factory Cost.


THEY ARE ALL NEW GOODS AND STYLISH.


FLORIDA AT THE FAIR

Saturday. July 2. Will be the State's
Day at the St. Louis Exposition
SJ.tcksonville. June 13.-Advices were
re. -ived here today that President
Fran.iq-ls, of the St. Louis World's Fair,
hadl d.-signateil July 2 as Florida Day
a;t the fair.
o(overnor Jennings has been officially
notified of this fact. and will issue a
piro-laimatiin calling on the people of
Flrisda who expect to visit the fair to
mak ;an effort to be there on Florida
l i y.
It s probable that the governor and
his staff will be present on that date.


Come and Get a Suit Before They are Picked Over.
ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS
W J Ci BE S SIOE CORT 'r0oley's Honey and Tar has cured
W. J. .lnAulred hopeles Mrs. Adolph Bu^ssing.
S7)1 West Third St., Davenport. Iowa.
Writes: "A severe cold contracted
RETURNED WITHOUT THANKS A DISTINGUISHED MAN DEAD twelve years ago was neglected until


England, of All Nations. Should Know Abner McKinley. Brother of the Mar-
That Americans Can Shoot Straight tyred President
I Soiv-rset. Pa.. June 13. -Abner M'-
V..shigt.n. Jun- 1:3. i-y ; ui Killi.y. bi',tther of the late president.


it finally grew into asthma. The best
medi,-al skill available could not give:
me more than temporary relief. Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar was recommended
and one 50c. bottle entirely cured me


lip wall s r*-l i-v"e Iit. Hiave you a 000- ,4 ili s ,Prt- t', -x01
tag.tSA Ul re-ile\s- I. .iV e youU a .*01.1; A ii5i. 5 "ii- **-.*. s.... .svas fouii.l Is-i iin a i -hair at his hom e of asthrm a, w which had been growing on
ST OG RAPHc ,.5 ,f iiirin at jliose of Hrlin at -ltim- fred tr.- t ..it N ,aioil a ilt- Ass..s, ai;nii. ,hl-ile i ;it k ,,'.,lock Satur-lay morning. His me for twelve years, and if I had taken
qu-nt small doses o~f Horehound Syrup tt, .uni hwith t Enal.aiil th..ith ,'.ar, ,.. it.aout warning top his it at the start I would have been saved
During the dlay will remove it. Try it I'linat trophy. w-hih tht. .Attl-i..In f lily. It as.,s due toi Bright's disease. years of suffering." Sold by the Post-
TYPE-WRITER for whoopling 4',ough. for asthma. f.-r t..''i ,on 1a1t tht l.,t'iy slih.t last S.;.- hih ,.,-,,l,,, d sho rtly after the death office Drugstore.
cni'*.sumption. for bronchitis. .Mrs. Jo,.. t il.-r. t-:ius. f the I c 'llg.i e-s I.il" i.f his I tiguishie.l brother, three
MISS S. N. SINCLAIR Mce;rath. 327 iE. First St., Hutchisoni., thlt th, ..\.i .ri;. t.-,m vi..l.t.,- :i uil- ys1s 1. Sin then 1r.; Mc.Kintley SOMEWHAT TOO SEVERE
Private office Ints Commercial B-rk.i K ans., %rites: "I have used Ballard's lf' th* ,lonit-st in using .1 i ill- slightly iis ,i..-v.,tli n,-,lly aill hisi tilhe in vain -
Your woik in the above lines solicited ilorehoundl Syrup in my family for five dtiT-'-lnt t,, >thl;t I.*- l'y ti,. i'-ulla. ,fft t ,, ,in the f'tal mal-t fldyfl. Salvation Amy Save Deported Union
Speed iand accuracy guaranteed. y-':tas, and find it the best and most .* tl> S, this .,,lntry. -sultin tih. :n.st emin-nt physicians Men From Starving
-- -|plalata:tlde l. i.liine I .evr used." 2,.. Tr.-tagra.lhic. .:dl.-is %ill I .. s-lt to a;v|ing f m one .4"1.. $1. s-1s,1 hy the Anti-Monopoly .N"% York. hk,.',. thl i.l:'t' trophy is .,,t,-r. 1 oi, ,.-e-ks ag- h rertulned -Ninety-one union miners, deported
FIS -M a0 OYSTERS ,,,,itu,,. ,, k.., it h,.i p,:k.d anl hi,- 'tn Tr:m,. Flh.. ist... he had tr4i- from Vi,-tor and nea-rby towns, were
I- ,-I1 linml.,Iiatl,.I. to,.. nI.:tla cal,, -i ,-..s Th .uf,,.r s not carried d on a train by the Colorado State
I have fresh KItt. m Fish and THE COTTON CROP c .uotiin.-i tol bed .atnd iitay aft-rnoon I so th Kanas line. aturday.
FOR A HUNDRED YEARS put out on the desert, without water
Mullet always on hand: FOR A HUNDRED YEARS puttdr it the utry. -. r od si w n ot tre r
Cedar Key anl Crytal River First Two Bales on the Market and I ,*si."l w his wife.wr r rood and warned not to return to
Cedar Key ai Crystal er Prce Rin l'r ea hunlr-,l ,..s- or l,,,o. \\si's ith .. .. t i*olorado under p wnalty of death. Oin
OY STESII: .,-l :,s l-t > I..ogniiz.,l :ts a suil-sr- A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE the sttate line was a poos.se. under or-
rma tAsn tA A.1Y i T0*-.. Ju. ** -I. Th.'' ,i 'it,.ly. lui t it li,.-tailis.,-i for e-. <. elers of a Kansas sheriff, who prevented
EC E.IVt FW S DAILY is wo s *os! th- n. i .ottio,,. io Witt ,,,il '..t .f thi,.i,, to ,lisc.v- tMy driving o n lie.s4. Kitty and Hattile' the hungry and homeless men from en-
Opened and deliveredl upon request ,,, 'i.sig..e.-i tI" .. i;:stol-.on .t0o 1,,- ,,% ,,ni th, itues f 'itt ,11 Ttetse ,n i,..s tre %-l bred. being about tearing Kansas. These men had never
it In S.'aaturtlay. ThI- sttn as :ais iazl ith oh.'r nltiseptlsl i. the thre-fouth Wilkes and one-fourth been brought to trial. and under the
.SI M., I CAN III llt-11n1 0- 1 .i a 'stiloulny. I,. .listiit t,,.ina f.,r r f ta slvi,.. i Witl's \Vitih Ha- It:mriltonian; ,an go a mile in four ilaw. no man, not convicted of crime.!
FILL YOUK WANTS kno, ;.s th" h. ,io" the Itio :;d,,,6,1e Salv.. is th- bt ,. alv it the w,,r hi minutes ; ar very kind and gentle; can can be driven from one state or pre-
WT MDl.i T E Th," *"it"* .ie 'i, ttIn s .1tI u-l tiv f,- sorel- ,ut.. burns. bruises and pile.s. be handled by ladles or children. They vented from entering another. The un-
r .ls Ist t-,k. The- hich st.inlifns of this .alh e has are we natchesl i color, size and fortunate men. thus caught between
giv,., ,lisf t t- ,t.,ltt.-,.it. .n,,I the pItub- gthe: are four year old. Price 00. the devil and the deep sea. took their
WM. ANDERSON li,. i' ;aIviseI tso looIk foar the name B. H. Seymour. lives in their hands and walked back
IIIAsks tht- eles tfe this paper to test "1.e\-Witt's" 11 thil- patkage.. and a-ept |to Holly, tI'olo.. where they were cared
th vl a s eI isthe value t.f Ktol lys.-ipsi. C 'iure. no oth.llr. Sl.l by WXVin. A.MiS.l-'on. CREAMERY BUTTER for by the Salvation Army. The state
ANThost. P..ISolS l\hi hatv-- used it and- The 0"armic-hael and Son Co. keep of 'Colorado should be put in a box car
APEITEB AID BUIDER ,w, have l'ia, c-, ,v it. ,lo not ,is- POTATO DRAWERS constantly on hand, receiving a fresh and fumigated.
Sth itte to r-ioniitnlel it to their friends. - j supply every two days. delicious, pure -
a a i KI liig.-sts whAltai o eat. clur'- inill- Fiifty 'alnt a tlhious..nl Geor'gia creamery butter, 25 cents per A FRIGHTENED HORSE
Oc n i itfh wl, sion., lskI|i-llsi; and t all stoma'h ;l S.-.-. I Store. I pound,, kept on ile. Phone No. 37. Running like mad down the street,
If remt Stroul.l.-s. It inteaas.s str-ngth Ily een- I (lumping the occupants, or a hundred
aouaatil. i I fst-sl t ta pal.:l1 tao make es-
aal ling tha sthe tait-h :tald a lig-stivet' t- other accidents are everyday occur-
tinmates :mind catiy thesiI to :a su..essful ..l
J. It. Wiliams. galls to ntiltl the lloot- i, all 'of I nes. It behooves everybody to have
131t. -.2nd St. t" "l". III" "*nmil lil "*"ntaillel ill tthe foo4l". V TM I B a reliable Salve handy and there's none
Ko,1tl, l.i.p.psia <'t-eslit a is- isa f:ina.il. LM!I1 as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
lal:t.altl'-. Hurns. Cuts, Sores. Eczema, Piles dis-
A AIll .. .. tail.pear quickly under Its soothing ef-
URRAWCAKR


0 lk F% im o -,Z


FANCY GROCERIES

-or the test bread. cakes
and Faticy Grwceries in the cit'
REME-MBER TllE:

FRENCH BAKERY
AS TR I E

MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR


V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and


AN ANCIENT SHEPHERD


SAl.litoliagh .ali,lict-'t-l lo the us*. of Iolth
' to i.r,0o 1111) liquor. \\'llll.tin Tn linl. s
Sn ittI. i' ,11si.ihlI tis- ,l. l' si -.' s .IIle il sIfi '
' T til.i r, <'o u i it lh a s r ,:w h ,- ,I) l Ills n iii i t.v -
,,,,iala h hiihit 0 y. l toi s' lirt,--.o l .iayl's
.agl t, .- 1 .6.% a sa."-,'i hri i. .i n i.it
's .il t silty-s lhi- 1niiuntl.ains of 4'.liforlia i.is a sthlp-
Sni l li has i .n l .1 ,i -v' n'litul lif', IolIr-
itlir ti<- a'i itli l-lI % .it lit- t-, lilst l-I in ih,-
Il:iglish ti.,\y .inl sri\,l. on lth' shil;
11! IllI I-M1.-II.
In "*;0I h" .', l to ,',ihf0o ,ni.( t o in .
.us~ l.l i.a .ital h li tht s 'vil \a.ir liit ok-
,u t h , ,- l i s *l i tn l h > I n it .' -d S t l' -s ,
i\a .inli ..i v,..l tis...- v i-.t' oill thI '
S.,il>-. .1 n .i i -ti-a t:'- t .i, lii- r'-,'s.i ,I' l his
-iis h. hi i t Iltl t .in l I. ;1I s n hI p..I s .,-s
it. '% ia, li farnlilig" I',41 .1 I '..'\ i lhstis. '
II.- Ihslis ,IrifttI inl lh,-,rliint' a .g t',.p
Smith has UsedI tl*. since'-- ,htit aS
,'ht1-e1 n y;airs of .it.' tnI .i,-\l now1%
njoys a cig:r'. lit, hI It-,SlI i ,l'inkini:
nti.l.i ever sa i. h I ;ill;.- Ito 4'.liforlii.t.
ftorty-tive ya'-. ar- ;sio 'l itor I.. that tih
l he .ias notl .,ls i t.. I.s Iti. its- uis. i-


General Repuring" ..his ....sighI is '.. x .. .. .Ev-. t .
aiLtiacD Guaranteed l~,'.iafia. tits f.t ulltis '' t il-
imlpaired.
.-\A lte.SC l He 1i1aIri'-,st 1t .alust li.ai \\hA ',n :1
0oK 01 OCALA. FLA .young hi.in. ri-t I.tiit: ,hIlt'in \\'-.- th '
__ -'*sult of the union A s ,al> n,.luiih-
ter. hi- sui ivint i -l a I a. ii.-i i.-.%'t%
L AI EX ANDER N, Ausitraia..
Practical
S FEEL IMPENDING DOOM
CAfllSlTE Ai UILDER The feel i c if il,..l .1....I,,'s ti.
Careful estimates made on all contract IliilI-t of set i n ii% ,.I l:~,-;ht !:
Work. ti-e" more and better work to .ie .t l t,.--s t ., s s s .. t i.i -t ,,
the money than any other man i I lth:inkfuli,,-I. v t.y "th- l.t;.t'- .,..-
ol. fT'st. i ttk:r.s l-,".'. '- K i .-'ay Ctu I1
\' !'.l si'-. ll t. i; ..a; l il ti;'s 1;s.*- *<, .;allt


Cream Vermifuge st1I-s in At st '1 t A-
..f TI bTErII.... l... i hu n I I t tIe- '
MO..W., 1,, t: > tt.- ,>. o ".. '..< K; i i,-. 'un:.
"1 wm '" t, '- -' w .'" ,, b. th
U^ M 11K U nMTER"'*>""** ^ t


ROUGH oR DF

See or Pb

B. H. SEY
PHONE NO. 25. -


EDWARDS BI

AT THE CITY I


Leading Wholesale &

WESTERN AND CHOICE
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGE
FREE DELIVERY


J. M. AtEF FE RT.


O0


Wl


MESSED


feat. 25e.. at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store.


.one 'RADIUM IS TABOOED
BY LONDON DOCTORS

M OR Londono physicians are beginning to
lose all interest in radium and no long-
Ser believe in the many marvelous cures
Ocal., la, said to be effected by the newly ,ais-
tovered substance.
Sir William Ramsey says that exwer-
iinent. which he has personally con-
R O T H E R ls,'Ied have shown that radium is
played out in 115s0 years., and that if.
Sthrefore'. -anyn- q wants to inves..t in tthe
1ARKET n-w metal ho must realize that it would
gK to nothing in that time. .
1"He belv, that the light emittal by
Retail Butcheurs'iT iat is o guiod effo.-t in light skin
diseases and that it may be u.sed with
tsoin,- to-nefit in the- treatment oef rso-
FLORIDA MEATS ."to""r in : .:
TABLES IN SEASON
TELEPHONE 109 A COSTLY MISTAKE
S Bllundlerp are sometimes very expen-


J. H. TAYLOR.


cala Ice& Packing Co

Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
ing plant in this section, and as a result, are
turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.
IHonxxe wo. E4.

WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS


SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES
Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Coast of
Florida
'uV"DV' iM- I. iL"nnFRN


sive. itc-iaeitmally life Itself is the
price of a mistake, but you'll never be
wrong If you take Dr. King's New Lifte
Pills for Dyspepola. Dizziness. Head-
:w-he. Liver or Bowel troubles. They
are g-ntle yet thorough. 25P.. at the
Ant i- Monopoly Drugstore.
TWO ROUTES TO CHOOSE FROM
Th- At!.antit Coast Line has bet-n
n.tril-l the ,effiainl route for the Fl)ridla
'n.itIe. orif.-' at-.r.at '- Vs-teran.. N'q, h-
%illt. T"-ntl Jurn 14-15. They have
- hsl,'.' ,,f to, rvuts..
Via Montgomery and L. and N. R. R.
L.-.iv- Ja, k.s M,,rrt onn', -ry. ',.', a. m -P.r-;ikf.sst
I..-v l .M<,ntg..m-ry. 1 4; a. m.- arrive
N.'h'il;.i. 7 15 p;,. m.
Via Dixie Flyer Route
Ls-avs. Ja,'fksnv'ils. ,a e,. p m. arrive
A't.srtca. 7 35 a. m_; arrive N.hviie
'. ".' J,-n .
I,.6wlght riale north sof M.,ntgormery
.1r. Atlantrta R-serv- y,,ur slepi-rg


FOR YOU TO BUY
NO. 1.-SPLENDID HOME. FINE BATH, HOT AND COLD WATWS
and down stairs; gas fittings. etc. Only one block off OcklwaG"


CALL ON


Drro FOR PICE.


NO. 2.-FINE INVESTMENT AND GOOD HOME. ONE 1OUS 1METN
for SS and one for $10 per mefth: and three extra large ite; two Me
off Ocklawaha. A bargain at SIT700.
NO. 3.-1000 ACRES OPEN LANDI PO R FARMING OR STOCK. MUWT G
now: 1 mile from depot in this county. Price. $1 per acre.
NO. 4.-BUILDING LOTS FROM $30 TO $10;* NEAR SQUARB:; ANYT L
cality.
NO. 5.-TWO GOOD LOTS AND SM ALL HOUSE IN FIRST WARD: TWO
blocks from railroad and one block off Ocklawaha. Must be SM iM.
Price. S500.
Special Attention to Rent Accounts.
Notary Public for state at Large of Florida.


F. W. DITI


1/
I


CALL 0. DO ..
ROOM 12. MERCHANT S' LOCK. OCALA, FLA.P


.DITTO,


AN EXCEPTION


ApiropWIismti not wi~t hesseo, own Im


his own country" i a prOarn Ia td mma
always apply. For b m a o& t 1000
people in this country do .B wtti

MUNROE & CHAMRLISS

Ocala, Florida.


IA


A. E. BURNETT


THE JEWELER

INOE WATCHES, GUARANTEE -SI

JEW EELRY

AND

OPTICAL GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
OMuAchLA
OCM..A


Elegant Millinery
"" "- "-. .-" "-" ." ' =- ... .. -"-" ..... "-" "" "-- ---"


Jf~lit To


V0JJPH]go


Has the Fnest, Most Elkgat Ll ed Mi lwy wte Cl& y

Her styles lead the world of fashion, and always will be found
there the most exqusite production of modern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS CREATIONS
An Exclaive and Beautifl Lime of lc HaLa Always
in Stock.
A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.


y Commercial Bank
S*OMRANCH OFJ
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE -


CAPITAL


- ~S50.OOO.OO


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DPOSITS
RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHAN W mOUWT
AND SOLD


RESTAURANT<


;0P
Id 'N


First


Class


MWI a6


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

DIicious Hot Soup Daily
Dining Room open wuta mIdAt.Psmal
attention given to speci orAMP, a
the market offers prepared for the tabe -
short notice. .


qmp 4a v ft -


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PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAI, MONDAY. JUNE 13, 1904 *


VETERANS AT- NASHVILLE

Thousands of the Battle Scarred He-
roes Thronging the Streets of
Tennessee's Capital


Did't Know We had

-. Well, We Have, and

Mt.


...._ -l-h-- Th-i \\ill .1be :i M a1 sii,> pi>'lii :t otabl,.,. ih b 6linli ngil his r'-spots1 ..
C. L BITTINGER & CO. St Jiin is hli, i t -riday. Juni- t4. *4.-itral Lee sal':
l__ Th. |bl. -ni illy is ilvite.l ti bit "My frieri.s. I .ti lll lost oi\-r\\ helln-
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll pr's-at itih i,-Il iiil-l blaskets. A ,-el %.ith this \ery pl-.asalit. cor'ial aill
oa l timl is- :ii l ,t-l. If founl pir61 unl xpel. -t't-i Kgrt'e tilil h-i- tonight. iur-
Proprietors and Publishers tI, l. .. I It is, i.-s I,,I-i. th I- Mast.er ,lait- bt-Ived 4., r nI l.-lln -,4-. l --ri.1 ti.r-1
S nsl J sI I iallIht- I's .l-li-- e \ ill lb- .ii. was:l usto lrne t, htiav- such h .ln-
C. L ITTfINGER-.ll n-i, upon aill pr1..-s-nt \who ar+- e- lors. sho,\li tit hilm. but it is n-w toi meip."
Editor and General Manager. :aL l,| t tI.,-i.-v it. Th- ri-gulai m-t- In :li inte-rvi\\ t- r-.g:iing the -com.-
I-- .it of i-"i r'slfshi. Iml No..".:. -'". ti, an i a.iitltr-liit- R. R. CARROLL, \ .1. ill l,,. ht.I. n p. in.. l .f N I. I ail iln iii S-lis,- a can.li-l:it- fir
City Editor and Business Manager ih.lt .t. I. M.-ib-rs 4f ii-iighblorinig th pIla- of cimnllllii.i .lo- f th- v-ti.r-
-- lil .-s :it,- r.i. .ill invite-il t Io mei-t aIs. Thl i l:a> is Itoo sairl.-.l :"iIll lt.
PARRAMORE FORT \itli us. Ily ,lfi.tr ..f th.. lgi,.l.. hoior-ali.- fri ally imi.a I to s-i k it. I
- I3. Ill. l,,ii. S ,tIary. i a in I-ly i iii .i .lr by :w -. ildnlit oft
Sunday morning at the hiimu,- ot f thi- I. s. -Th,- lil.iig.i's @if ithi- itl'd" th- dilath ,f o ur lati- bl.-lv-l iiilliin.ll-
bride's mI their. Mrs. J#s-iplh i-'ort. ;:t i I:olil pii'lnir. ,,il that I:ly. hav\-e lt-Ien Ir- *r-I, thi- lani-nt ;iiorl I \ioul l. tf
Moss Iliuff. Mias Aiinni- I. i-'iF t v a.s u s S ti.--l tii lipislt..t l it to .alioth-er Ilay. c,1urs-. I'onisiilt-r it the gri-at-st lhf onor
marri-di to Mr. J. L. Plaraiuiiii t f a" i I I. I l.ong. S ir -tary. i.f iy life tt lIt- -l+-<-lt.,l ,iliiilii.,i,- t of
tel. The ,rli ny as i,-tfoi l jit oith v.t-rans. blut I w\\ ulti not st-*-k thl-
tRe. I.utier 1f 'il.l ntily .1 fi.-, i DR. CHACE APPOINTED pla.'."
of the inimei-lia.tl fri-i.i.ls of thi l.ani l DENTAL EXAMINER Thit \%iltl, Of thi I.i t.- .'tliliiatl ,r.l-
r-re prseni Jthn i. I;ilt oi1. \\ithl her l'iughtit s.
XTt" r M suml ltt tl dio liH r. thr e ti- b ili T ll.ihi.-.. -. .Iun,. 1:.. ;o\.,-i-i.,r Jenl- M1rs. :urtinll. Snllth .f A.\tll 1ii:l.. l Mrs.
and grooii left forr thir-r it-,.% h tilq'h. nt-ar tliil h;is iii il. tih- l ll ilig i ial ta t Itilh Itishilop Irl\t l of .i:ill. .it .ticu-
Mllart'lel b.y |ri\.it *it\ I.-i'***. T ,- I.;..>ji nti i ts I. II.t ie l by i e i, 4.il i; t lI.on1 's ni- '. . I.. N
bes.t \w ish.-s opf their fl'i,-is1 a '',lii, n- lj 1i I: M . S I l,,! s.t.i f J. ks. ol\vill*. lo y u sl.y. \ ill *I thI igu .sts ,f.
ied themI. Inro. .1. K1:. <'hl.it- ,.f ,' .iWl.i. TI". F. II. fl'rit.ll. s h-I. lu ing th. r.IunoI. .
T he groip m is ;r1i ,-xI** i -11 t .0iili i .,ii. iiIh t, f I'lii. ilti..ill tno It. 1 lLn, il s 111111
man, etniloutyed by th.. Malit.l I.urtl.1i i ,f ti,. i.-si.kt. ttt,Il ,,f l-it,1tal S-xlaniili-is. TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
('itnlipiiy,- while the fail Ihril- is illi- t
the Itwt ltel..vi-l .laughhl-Its ,f It. M,-s'i ACUTE RHEUMATISM W- nt liful thiligs are dloe lr th-
iluff section. The w-illini. t\hil-. sus- i human l..Ity lyv sui y. iiralns are
pe-tedl. was : surprise .. t .il. Th< St t,- l. .ii r \lt..> ,.ihil)g pains n ;- 'tak-ii 0lit :.li scral:i-.l ;li l ,dpolishedl alI
extends he.tty t11 atil.l0t 0iis. I siiin-.i It y lgi-ltinilg t\ t through: worse o ut Ilacik. tor th-y t mayt li- r-inva iril i-
-- ,h n :;t 10- Mrn. E. M Oklawuaha Sltltiii l S tulrdi iy. xp*-.'till qiluikly it1t l by lall.ltl's Sntow Lini- antis-.ti, il-rssings aie :t ppli-l to
to mnie- l her l.iau ht,-. M.Is. M i. nI- int. is., i. oil.In. i;ibls.n 'ily. Ili.. \ ouirls. buins, bluis. s :iIl, lik- inijur-
Bruwn. of sltiio. lult \\.is s.illy lis- w\-it-s. E '-. r ry 1;l. UIi2: "A year ago i.*s b- tf4rl'- inltl.ali tima lln s-.ts ill. whi.h
appoint-d. Mis. I;r,, I ii .1 pt I *--- I was tritoubll-. with a pain ii illy black. 'a:1uses th"In t.1 hi-al \\ ith"ut in.>turaltlion
siolial f iU -s.1. J.l. .. .tf ,'t,;i i il ," h, I <,q ~',, t ,I:1 i I lo, liti lt b i' l .';II, in ll ,I .-tlhir', l lt. li t i ilmel. I' '.l 't by
niiother. M%%ill go t,, I it imi i ha i. .A l.t.. ,,\l, i. i *n-, .4,ttl,. 0f I'sall ir)l'% Srt In- ,,i,1 ir .it-iont. i iiail il.i i's i'ahn
w here she has a pi .t si-.iiIl *IlC .- .Inti.t- u;.1 1i 0." *_'.$.. r. il. anl $1. :ill i .actst onl this sa tll i, ipile. It
niSti. t.< 1 b." l h Atili-MNi.iiopoly Driugl store. is ;lli itis-ipli0 a.l \\ih n .ipplitol toi
___________ su ii iuit-is till.s tetil h i to li-.l vi.-i y.
Mrs. T. M. I.i.ji-s 1ivil,- of .1.i.kst ini- Ilt klv". It l also lays thie p, in ianl
ville-. ttither f \- I. 1I. iS soti -., I R. D. FULLER, s.-.I-s. a ti- o 'ain l'il
a visit to her soin ior a iintlilhi. Sl. Iin r hol .ianll it \ill it.\- yotu tinli
iiwast .ly Miss -:i D i NTIST :Il1 ii.ii- ll- lt o Ilw ion H ti- in.-on-
conie. -laughter ,,f MiI. .ti, Mis. \'. fc. l \f .iOvtlersuff-rin- which uiunroh in-C
Lipsco.mh. whoe has. -n al-niin oil ffie Ovr Oul'oeF rid Chambllse juri.s et l.tail. For sale by all lru ists.
lihool in Ja-ksioist ill-. Bank. Ocala. Florida.. ..
....... --- -PRESIDENT OF PERU
4 n J u lie 1 ,. In a la. \ ill ,. h ,. 1 e N .i ...f.. ..
the- slate ptrohlbitioil ti frieriully tothe taus- vi i .'t 11.t- i. r I thpiu-ill-il-ttt f., the tle ulil.
DEnd- t D hTAL SURGEON I' ,..ilt@fth rl ,....
and 1w Il lr+.n t.
- -- officee I'pstairs Commercial Bank SUED BY HIS DOCTOR
FIVE DROWNED Building. Ocala. Florida. *A ti- ltor hI-r has sul-l mi for
TERMS CASH $s' .,. \\hiih I hlaiinti i.wais t-x-s-,ive
'T h ..-.. .... i . .. . ,L I .. -. i. I ..... ...I 1 1 .: I


CAPITAL,


R.S. Hall,

George MacKay,

President:


N:1ishvill-. T-nn. Jun-r 13.--This ipz

i Them ? i-t-%%-i-kIniN..h,.Ill. TIi-

It's the Best on the ":.li-t1-
Thurs-lay..
T ..ho 1 b.,-a n t- pr isi~ l iit t u h tt
a tv- i-t-nn -llt if t h.-I. hii,.- i, I,..e -

lvU;i rl ofi thi- .,rrningt th"ius.tari,!s hais ar-I
riv-l. a &.-n-r ).us t% i- i It irn -ing i-X
t.r.l-i.t.kirtg t h- Mi-mj-his r -un it .
y.ea rl14 n-f i st a l s 't 1 1l~iasis.itis 1h icul.I.
that th. nurnlwi.rs itt.-n-lirt jsh-tulil .t.-t

It-titxitrl t'tt4f 1-t;,*..e iei Jt i sil5. I t th ) I


*iil- fr-in t h-- graz.'lI Pa r at.,-01in
Thurs-l!ay. thi- laying iif thi- i-itrr.--t-
ai~~ st-i,!. 1-fto th.- I .inflfu-li-tt-, tin-nooil I t-in i
~. S u IE I S~ .lt~is~ %%ill bi- a distill.. iI'- fa-A
tI II--. It %% ill 11.- biiim-.li-IIy Ma-
kSTERS9 ~l

treats You Right' - il 'hss Th-
. FGeneral Lee No Candidate

the Vint-lI*rit-.ir te N-t-i-:ains*As-
MASONIC PICNIC NEAR MARTEL sit. i:mti-iis. is nir otwr ".iIirly al,! iills.
nit, tll i~lsl.t I~l t h* I.. r~il \~


THROWN FROM A WAGON

.MI. G;,-,iire- K. l..i,,'. k s\;i.< thrown
fitni his t.,ag, .ini l .s.-v-r--ly liruist- l.
i,"- ;appli'il '"h;,mt-rlaini's P.I It. ti Lrn
fI r-ly :in-I .tys it is the tr-st lminr-nt
hi". .-\,.i us-i. .Mr. Hal., wk ;s a; \aell
knltipl itr.-ra tlll Ntl h P1.1ii. 'n qnnll.
There is1 nothiling -tiul.ta tit Pain H:ilni
"!'ir slirains :.i l> bruiis-s. It % ill effe1t
,i iu- itn 'io--thirdl th,- timr- it-iquir--i,
Iy amy o.th.-r treatni,-nlt. Foit s.al- by
>ili ledArgg.sts.

A STRONG HEART
is a...surc.d by i,,i"fu.tt ligstion. Indi-
i-tsttilon s.ills the stotinat.h a.nd puff.us
it up against th- heat. This causess
shortaiess if brt-ith. p;alpitation of the
h-.irt. andl gi-neral w.eaknt~ss. Kodol
I ysP i-.sia tC'ure cures inligesition. re-
lifvt-s tile stimlach, l:tkes the strain
iff tihe hlit:rt ianil t.isttre s it toi a fu'l
po-lrfiortlrlni!e ot its lfunctitin naturally.
Kiooili incr-iases thi- strengthh by ti-nab-
lin g Ill- s.tolin.llh :inll- liig.stive oti ga;lns
t,* dliut.st. .asi iiil:it- ;and :ilppl'prittl-i
to the blidi.l IanIl tissues all of the fotul
nitrimtnt. Toi-s th.. st4imach arl V'-stiv%- i+r!r:iis. S.o1,1 by Will. Anild-r-
S<.I1.


ELECTION IN ARGENTINE
,;t:;Ji "..". i i" Rebuilt and Newly Fonished

thO i-r'lp lih ;tilI d iAuru b,, Alh tia has "" i -. o All KiFis+ for -Famnily I'of. IAtlih r.-.it \\his.ki-.s. l:r inh,-...
b n ,i h o s n \-ii p 1 s i i nl it e t' .
li r- At-.11 al il So.la for i':tinily Tr:l-l. Thi- I'ui-st I .i. i ris i lbtl inlIblt A-.
THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED K-1t ly U's. Skill-l Bar Ten.li-rs. **urtii o Tieatmii t Ass 'ur- o t All


HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS

\W. I.. Yanleyt-. Pa.liuah. Ky.. writes:
"I h:la :a sv~-ri ;.as.- of kidn-y Ilisease
:ilal ti et of t I tiltshe- I s .t iphysiianll in
Kt-ituc.ky tlrealte me \without sulu'c-ss.
I then took F-',oly's Kidlney C'urt. The
lnrst Ituttle gave\t li- ilminliatee relief,
midl thiot- lottlt-s. ly. I gla;lly it-riiii-nil this w rim ler-
ful r-in,.ily." S.eold by the P'ontaffice
rI llg i-slor-e.

McNAMEE IS SICK
s ,i .o -S f. Tr m1i Ta i,,i 1Imt Itol l, II
iM 0 .irll!-.. Itla .il-iull,.l.- |'iir i 'olil s.,.
is s-1 i,.ii sl ill.


U


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

Our Liquors, Wines and Beers are bought ia
Car Load lots direct, and our prices are the
Lowest.



The Ca&michael & Son Co.,


si ,"nt-,ll+ -i m o %.is ,,, imi % m i i -
sio in iIthe St. l~.-!iui .. '.* ', '-

ed.

WORLD'S FAIR RATES

Via L. and N. R. R.
Ext'ursioi i tickets iii.'. ,-ii ,i.- .1l I
froim t n .l.ti l St. I.,lis .in. :,- u .
3"4.':.'- {-tltila i lini '. ril ;.. .
$3iu55 1 -tnH- t11111 I III~
$Sh .t- U;l Rtu. l i h I l' ni i
turnl Ii lit lt i t.in ii l I- - -
Tickets s.l,,i Tu,.-.t\uL it; 1 iTh i I : -
ill Junet.
t 'o r r ,es p oi. i inrt h l \g l ,,t i -.- : I It ,i .
lioinits. The 1.. .inl NA :N :!'. t ;i.
to St. L.ui.s.
-tor i it-u. s. lh.-.ub- i 1 i '** ; -- - *
reS- -rv.tiois. ai-ppy J. J .M. I'.- 'i .
Fla. .Pass Act . I'* \\ : 1 .I i
S tlti ll,.. F-'l:i . t! '. 1.. S. "', ; '. A
I-oui1vill..

CROWDS OF THE CURIOUS
Elijah II t w\ :" :: I ..:1. : -
I n i t o, i n ir l linle t < ,' \ ` 1 ,. 2 \ . .1 i .


KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE

Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacifc
Railroads
First class? touitl tl : 11 . :- '
Frai>-i ss <0n I l...s A '. ... ." "' .
K nic iht T ,I..e ,: . . .', ... '
lku*-i s . i : -. -. - :- -

Tiw kts

t 111" l11, 1i- 11 m1ilulls. s.I %.s Hi. W 1 ite-, iof
*',,u ll,'ll.,. t'.l t. "A t the li ii l h- plI .Iis-
W. H. MAREAN, M. D. Ihi< nl-,l skil .li ii.-J I
.isk-'i himl if it w% is not 'hai: ilnthain'.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND ,.o.iI i. lt .,- t ,lIln. h.-a HItI.,t y TI
SURGEON ii- ustil. .is I h..lt .. 1 it-.I s il Tio b--
l'.ic iatl ;ttenrtioli i\'en to the treat- li,-\- it \\.,s..a111t h.. w\\ ull lnot Say uii-
mI;en' ot C'hronih, Diseases and Dis- -l..i. ,.tth ti.t it ,ts< ,,." N, ,. tr
-.ittys of \\ oinn anil I'hildren. i
*.,,illt tus- t i.-.< tt, -r .r ly th ain this in
Ocala. Fla. .... It : S
*ff-ie 'ver T .lingti LDrugstore. Of- I iu .*,iI) .11ll liru iists.
li e hmoui, frotmll a. m., to 12 m.:
fr-m 2 p. m. to 5 Ip. n.. GOVERNOR GENERAL GREY
-. -si-In, -- iNo. 60 N. Main St., knnwnl
is the Narh enttare.
I.. i :. J '.I ; IT
r1 *,! .t 1: 1 0 !. t. .~ I ,'- 0. 1. 1 ." -

TH~~~ ~ ~ E 1.,.**i**.. K., .11 ;.. .,-- *'.-


through Sleepers and Dining Cars
BETWEEN

St. Louis and Mobile,

t. Louis and New Orleans


Ask for
r. P. S.


tickets via X. & 0. R. R.
Hay.. M. & 0. R. R. Mont
gomery. Ala.


FIGHT WILL BE BITTER
r, ...-. ., w, s. . TE XA. PIIFIC

:i -.i..: ,, .* KIt .-s N I\ l>t.,,,- LiL WAY
: .: i' l.;t ',. T \;! \ ;-h :, r *\i; :+, *.;-- : ; 1,,,! i

; -., .. .: f.: ...::,,. The Great Eastern
.., h.,: T. n. i..: :.-. and Western Line

* .,l:+.l lIo. -.. ,:. s.-:c.... r Across the Entire States of

I': -si P

i.: .- ': ... :" TE XA$ aid LOUISI J J
.M .., : ,;y l ,: ;;: -=..'<<,: -. 1':. ; ,. .;:., ; $; +.,, r^ "., P!.I-_ 1,, \N. '. .K q : E -1'>I, N


- T:, : S tree.

FARM FOR SALE

'., .
----. : ii.: .- ' ; "


........WHAT ABOUT THAT,.....,



Ire Cream Fr ef7fr?


HERBERT A. FORD, F. L WATS


T. A


H. B. MI

"The House tlqt 1



--EVENING STAR
EVENING STAR


OPERATES

Double Daily Trains
Carrylua Pullman. %l|erqcr. alfe
I are ia Ia carte' and Chair
C ar ,%eats free'.
Electric Lighted Throughout
BETA EEN
Birwinghal Memphis and Kansas City
AND TO A? L POINTS IN
Texas. Oklahoma and Indian Territories
ANO --c
Far West and Nortlwest.

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

ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
:veiirlon tickets from AtlIata. tie.. sad
Birmiunhamn. Al.. to poiints Il
.uothwert oniale first and third


Direct Line to

NORTH TEXAS
NtLW MtXIlO,
ARIZO ,-
and


_ _ __ __ __ _C ___ __ ___II I~___


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.,ll&Al rlUCr 1l&6


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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. JUNE 13, H19


PAW -


OCALA qCCC xrrj~ES NOTICE
The Kirlr*A 1'.tught-'! u! rne-t %Vd-
Vih lhnes at Taylkrs.
Elks p..s I.,. Th- y t.-uest as many is
Telethone 16. If you %ant palnting I ;"e-'s-a le t*Iv.,! ..* the-y l.r\e- im-
done. ocortatit lousirse-vis let att-n! r

J. F. H.iaaa ',f itrenter Hill is in the DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
city. By local a..i aI~a.as th-y t,ricat'
rec t# dsa-- P h-"r
V. Fr'Taykwr hfs fresh lsem" f lifme- The-r i -o .nly-.n- %.s t.. ur- *l.-.if..
ades. anad] that is io yr statuti.n.al r-m1nl-!mia.
-- afiaess is --au".i b by an ntlame7 .on- -
N. (;. Brrue w oft[goto eoruity is it i'iita of the n.uc'aus lining '-o the Eus-
the Irintozumai. ta.hian Tube-. Wh-n this tube is in-
rame, .ou hat- a rumbling s.,uh. I,r
Tbe mos nelegat display candy irr.;*ef-tthe-arang. ir.d.Jhe-'itf. -rs-
In town at aOs. ttirely .-d *-1 .!nn-.s is the- r!-sult...n-
: -- uni-ss ,,th- ivi!-rnyr~atior. tar, n to. r t-
o'hil-lrg-Wn PIaY Sundlay at Me.-, PBluff ,out atA this' tub- -'t.,-.1 .its r.L..r


was a great sUc'f-5".
ItS g -itS -( .

Just rcw-eivedl. fresh lim-s. for lime-
ad. C. K Taylor.

H. 'W. L.'IIag of Mrt-1l .as tuine.ss
visitor it, t. own utolay.

Work don- by Sternteeror in paint-
Ing and lpagiring guaranteed.

A" A. ,0lnt,,li *>t l-'o-l, i. .Lt% .% s u.-at
of the M~i..trzun;ii un!.;ay.

Be't wotk in painting and parer-
hangiing donie by Sterime-rger.

When In Jdoul t. snoioke the Mil, I1ryo
Sc. cigar. All prin.l pal dealers.

Mt. Alli.ui <.f ElI--.tr:a. the- l:c\x.l
tstore-s ,,p-r.>tor. a.. s it+ tn t ,-l t y.tV.

For reliable painting and papering
ee J. Starr Sterr.I.*-rger. phone 116.

S. W. T-aKgu ;tn- up fr,,m La.,y
Lake- tlM-.ay *-her*- he sint Sunlay.


rmi -anI'at.litijt.n. he-a! %. .,:11 tr- *.1-,ct!,
--l fi, r--. !- N n- .-p' *,ut f *-nn ..r-
-'%UPseI by i I: irh. 6"ha ha t, !is :. -, i.t ,
but an %:rr o'.!.!.t:. *.f !he ma -

Wo -.% a41 %- aitra- Hund!r-
f-ar .;myv ts-. -of J fn-ss; 4'aus-.I t.%
(.-at;arrhs h.t th n f!,.,t I.~ u!-! 1-y ahi
,*.,t:*i1h icu,.-. S-n .1 f r i u' ,, a. fr- .

V. J.i '. y, !:uw .s,:s ".,


WEATHER FORECAST

XV 2.01 11;1_1 L;T,- 1:: -P o ll% I"Il -


ii...a-.~ask .ur ph;Yi. itly tu scnl or
%cay ..Our rilll ; i ndr--iri faisfr
a.rugm 'a'ah uL. We give car-ful atten-
tifon. pronna;t delivery an.] the lo'aest of
pri. #-s. Ty-ings & Co. .ih,,.e No. 30.

II If. ie, ;n 1 la, .-~n aa:'.the-


latit;i <'l, institution. was in thi ty to-
day.

HAY FOR SALE At 75 .ents per
tbutdiret wc-ight. d. HI. 4;raitskll. M% -
Int4ost. Fla.

Aritahui HI.,:,.lk- of MN rt-I .a a. ii.
tti,- i .A y%'--l -i.1 I.

Nothing a4s gtoxl for ''ainilolaseuru as
a L;randl Ro1yal Itc. cigar. Sold by all
prin il.:tl dealers.

J R. \Wills lni,. the Al ihu.i lph"s-
Iphat- ll:ii:n i- .t tihe *,.l.tl. H ,ouse.

Mclver and MacKay have just re-
relve-d some- of the handsomest ladies'
desks ver -een In Florlda.

T. T. ',"-I. h ,.f the- S.uth.-.', Fxlr.-s-
I '"ill:;. tn . 'in :It th .t 'il: i Fu. s.-.

Lavender, for keeping moths out of
your w-tol-n g ga ee. 1Poln tiffiI Drugstore.

The*'- \\~-r- thirty-thre atrriv'. l- .it
th- Moni..l-z.jari Siwui,.y.

HAY F'OR .SA.E. At my n arn In
Crcala. at 6C, r-ents I-r ,:.le-. Ex-lrlih.a-
tir. s.hli. it-ed. J. H. M.-'lymnds. tf

A. H.-: i.ir il.- f Hold i wa. is ,t thi
** :il.a HoIus*- -5-*! .1,

WANTIED ?' rent :a goo.i 5-room
cotta.g- Must ia e in -oodl, I.lit. .tlltyan
if stalil.l- wo. ult. buy. Ir.n uire- at this
S1. q e-.

J I. \\'ltil of l *.?l. WaS,, a: gue;t -t ,of
th- Mon.iit-uini.a y-ste-d.1ty.

Damne. the cream man. has fitted up
his it-a.m parlor in a ni:tnner that will
make his ro.m very ac'.-'etaible to
thoset who .i:- s- #-k!Aig summer :efresh-
ments.


S V '' hi..': .,f I' ,:.tk., at is .0t the
M oi t-a 'uin.t 'a tl. -' '1 .

Terkeween Htug I-stroyer, for spring
house cle ;anin a le:an. noa,-corrnsiav
and death l, Iri tluEs and in*-, ts. Now
Is the time :* use It. 25 ct.ts. Ty-
dliis A u T hon- No,. 30.

\V t;:.-.,.. *'. .; ,g-* ..f the-


tiotight t he-ir' horn- irn the thl.1 a.' :,

The ex e-:.-nt c-iga:s m ade by Charles
Pf-ys-r. the- ldl. lI,-yo aind :;iand Roy-
al. can tl- had, at te-. ,. a.la N-ws Co.

il, ,f.. I lu ks-. I'! .!, ii i ..f h



L t t:1 o\ stI : t. i. h .. t. I I -.ti.- i ti h!- U
< <.l ti Io.;. "y fT" 0;i -i.T-I i!!: .t!ie: e
ha" ,'. .- :',..k ,'., f a t.*' t i; tIw.-*l .V-i'.l

II If l. ". ; o ,.


pli-". just :- ei\t-. t. ala N-%s Cuo.

I.. H !.,:....f Y.-k :ii.: S w t'.-t-u.- y
of 1..-:o" ,, ; i;.. i i J f I- 4 -li th!*--

\1 ' a t i!. \' .

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

lee rc-.iirn at Tro,xlr's. The season
has: no. *p-ii-d. :an the b-st that ;ure-
iigr-..li-iits an m.tk- it. can be had at
Troxl'-r's.
V N.- hi
H,,I Mt. V. 1: V i .\.---~ *> ,.l hi
.,i:ht-: 1:- t. ;'.... : K .-ii lir ,k .


Th.- *,** Ju -:- y ':.-,l n-! :ty n Ju ,i -
111y f:,,in ,ir..* *,u.t: Io t .-:.ty-li\,- 1i ti-!
ln, of In:r k i-': ,t* y. |' ti. I -- n t --


-d we will treat you right.
W. W\ *'A.tMA.N & C.


T It L'.u-.-. Jr HERE IS GOOD IDU

The Place
To Find W h l- 'I ur t.,-'! I' a' '' ft th.'

Pretty Frame Mouldings. Q. rairy. .. '
Hamm i< kq tth.? vu%:.I-: V\a: .1' n. IL 11 a ..:l -
It at J. A Piattman and SonMs. h'r,- ..nl lA: .i'. 'A n

ja. N.'a~ Sc. hais be,'o- .uite .mn Cimfaray.
ai ;.ashe- .h.ffe-ur. H .in aw rig-


..t i~! -Aitth ha" t-.g .auA t T S ''s e : t4 th-


i aI- SALF -:aj. for ea':h a rmn-
ple-to se w 't En,'-)..iI .; a-It Itrit.anima.
full tei th:i.a d p. A;-ly to NIs J- C.
Pw.atr. r to J. H. Itij.,mm.
off ic..-




toM I l- .i-r I.-ds ::a 'AI 'A!t l


JOB

PRINTING

Neat,

Quick,

Clean,

Artistic,
' #'%. ..A


TO GIVE AWAY

Twea:ty-fie\- .,-ir;abl- building lots to
bt- giv.'-n aay. -e B. H. S.-ymour
phone- No,. "5. i:y.


MELONS AND CANTALOUPES

How Growers May Dispose of Them to,
the Bet Advantage
\Vir- m m 'e- ,hat .t\.-tl.- y',U h.\', anl
Sh-n y,,u .%1.! nh;lp.
A rk al. Frk. la.

Th- f.>0.;,. ; a.';a.; L-;-gI:r.,i .
-a'.e- t,',!:,,:.,; aft:r.,- ,: ,,. the- S. A.
L. ::.;.:, f.,r T : ; .'-n T '-
jr\-:.t...r. ..f th- Y. V P. 1'. -ahi, h
,l.. on -n.r- .- :e h- F.:.t . ,.tt': hur. h
frnm the I4th to th- I .t.h.
H-\ I. I' \V.,r-n Mr. T-rry. Mr. L.
F. I, ;!,,rI 3 -.I,!.a- "- A I z. ar z .
.\ .: ;...-. \ .A. *;..n.-. J. H. I -
i sTor. J:...n- .i1N MSe- 've-y P-:. t.
N-;i.- St-v.-ns A> .- '' r::.:-. Te-.a
R:i.!>.a La.,r, M-*1- V.,ft I -I Mst .a''v-
.t -. .:t..I M .i-st-rs E i' ;nr S ,-n. -r .n t
Jhn S;'u- !;r.


S YONGE. THE PLUMBER
,+-.t. ,h-.t;--' i;. 1 >-1 W\',orking
f..r l,.y-. i-' th- pi..n--.' .Ilutnh ,-r f
Ca .t!. .

IoLr I. Lir..l- .% -it .l,.'; t,- i -T:. k -
-th,- .ifth-im -.a, t. t: '.t:.a: +. th- u:.,.fi
S; 'a F i .,y.

WILL BUY MELONS

I will buy your mrnlons. Write me
what you have. quality and size. when
y,,u ,:tn load an! \here and ila lowest
ash f.ri., t. o. b..
Turner Burke. Ocala, Fla.

". I. Hiltinge- ,,f the Star in I hi.
st-r -.N ss! .\inr. M. lItinge-r. ;:1 Z.0
: .. J i k, !.v; t,,m r! ,\\ to atten the
-- o!:ot <.f th- *tte- p,.-ss ass... Lati.'n.

.M :-- P ;;i:n.- Sulliv.-i !-rft t.,.i:ty f,,r
N.shtll :1 -. T-n...

A RARE OPPORTUNITY
*'.0a ;,ut p..t:'ty o t &k t." ii- the

I Six.- .l t'., t. fully .*"d .t ro--
I.i. ,I .-i .l \ ..th tin- ,...y of l,,tlnk.-t
.i -s .t I 'l ri.!i i o.- !. 1 i; th..- tAt-. l.nA.l h-.ti.. For
h th- I.,,rti, li. S .all .I t thi- ,fhI ,.

J l W\ **:..-i.y t.of th- :at i ; s!*-:
t ;,, -of T ty!-,! .ii.l .1i0" t;.n. is i ih- ity \ i-.iiiS l hIs


SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE
lor sale, 7> at :es of as go,,, land as
c.tn Ito h.td in M.':ior. county describ-
edj: W'. of n%'ai. se' 19. tp 14, s. r 22
f: or lying al.ng the Gaiiesville road
about 412 or five miles from Ocala.
He:, is a chan. for it will be sold
.h-Iap f-,r tash. Inquire of the Star
office. O-.ala. Fla.

MrNis. \V J..--;h .. .ita ihtre'.
a .- i i.-ft .' .a i f." : J.6.t ea: \ \:> t..
v' M1 s J,.- Ph >itfi'.

FINE CIGARS

The N.,!rrm, M Irtir.-z. the '. H. S..
the l El Solo,) and the Fama Na. lonal.
four t-f the b-.t 5c. .ig.iar ni a. -e in
T:.trnma, anid ni.ny ,,thsrs to be found
in T. W. Tr >xler's cigar 'ase.

M :-- I *'..I !:. ., .n ,!,u ht i. el|


nilk..;.i.l- : bt. .f: ,: ri. ,f >y .,. w il1 M. ;w, t. n .\- AT,.ti:., i..,.. t:.p .
b*Iy S-...- iIa. to Th- I. '... .. Noi th ,, ,.- M .. J ,,o -. ,, h..: f,.' ...i.-.
Franklin St. ae-ke.


OCALA MUSIC COMPANY

.1! ......- . **, '* :- .\ 1* .'- .n.!



CURES OLD SORES

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T.*. .. .. . : r i "
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a '-. ..-' : } -"
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FINED FOR SHOOTING

A n-grI b- th*- r..mrn- of Sam Wil-
Js n A.i. tri,-.l Jugp. R.-,aw-rt Bullock's
. t t h jo p..- .,n . o.f .r


rn+ ;--~i~u : -in t.llr :- ss To-night in


'ur. a $-rart-n.-tRuss-I] .--
If oii~i~unty-. %% th hi~ z Ltughtrr.
*'.. -. h .Igh 0* i t t: t a t t attend



If C; ah~iinh.-ts hiom c-~e.


TO THE RESCUE


Th- herlll>-.-I. ..- t-sc'u'.d by
h l, 1-l. Th- strionK .shull *a
'.-,ik.
\'-11 ,'r o- for .,,1n an.d yi
i fght tih .'.
AN INSURANCE POL
'A IIl ft .I U fl 'U l)s. i
I':-. \%V .AI Ilk" tI t-ll .,ou
-kin.! ,f insu!.th in which y
tr-st' -l.

HALL, BAWLS & WI
Ocala. Florida.





For Dinn





Well, Just phoi





THE FA



TheyllU get t thi



SUMMER


STYL


Georgia SoutL

& Flor<

"Sowanee River I

Its'- '.y-


\ua..t ..a


- 'a ft
.

i: "'at

a r.a -.


'a .aa L i


MCIVER & MACKAY


SOMETHING NEW IN OCALA

A water ba. k that h-a.ts. If you are
having trouble with th.e vattrr hb; k in
yuur kit he-n st.v-. lo-t us fix it. an-i
m.ke- hbt wJtter a ri.tlity .ir.4 not a
dr-.tm
Fluorilla Plumhing :andl lehtric c'o.

Julg"- W.S. Bull." k an.in, '.,l T
I: --rul .t: i th-ir .,ns 'ith .l.tst-r *'hi-
'.iL hav;- r-turne-l fr,.m E.itlitkr.
\ h-r- the-y h.\ave t-wn -nrjying a .1,--
lichtful outing. ,',t up-yirg the \W,.ls-
Sr,, .',i-ttag' :as h-alqu.irt.-rs. S.tur-
l;ay they had captain n F-osnot t.tk- the-m
ov-r to ,'arney'a Island and were
aught over there in a terrific rain
st.orm. The-se xcur.tl,,nists h.iv%- som,
\,nond-rful fish stories to r-late.

SMOKING IN A


{ POWDER MAGAZINE
'Is courting death more suddenly but
nit more surely than neglecting kid-
ney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure will
lure a slight disorder in a few days.
Sthe able- and it. continued use will cure the most
art- fAr the 'stinate cases. It has cured many
people of Bright's disease and diabetes
Sa ho were thought to be incurable. If
you have kidney or bladder trouble.
onmme-nce taking Fole4y's Kida,-y Cure
ICY today. before Itis too late. Sold by
in case. of the Postoffice Drugstore.
atout any
ou are in- Mrs. S.;muel Sligh of J.tak.--,'nvlle.
,hi, sp-t.t somr- time with ,idl friends
at -Ltay Lak-. pIassedl through cR.ala
HEELER this aft-rnoon on her way home. a .-
.omlpanied by her granddaughter and
sons. Melvin and Sid. who went up to
Reddich to look after the cantaloupe
'and melo a crop. tbeae two gentlemen
Sbing extensively engaged in the com-
Smission business.
r REVOLUTION. IMMINENT
A sure sign of approaching revolt and
.-rious trouble in your system is ner-
vousness. sleeplessness or stomach up-
sets. Electric Bitters will quickly dis-
l member the troublesome causes. It
never fails to tone the stomach. regu-
late the kidneys and bowels. stimulate
the liver and clarify the blood. Run-
down systems benefit particularly and
I all the usual attending aches vanish
under its thorough and searching ef-
fect ivenss. Electric Bitters is only
"ic.. and that is returned if it don't
give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed
eCr by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

The fin- rains hav gr*-:tly re-viv,-d
th-e growing cvrtp. of all kindis.-

W. H Lipsconmbet the inlge-r s-wilng
,E S a. hin- mian. 'ho r-turn-d S..turl.ay
.E s a fioin a. business trip to, Ala. hua county .
reports e-verything moving sm'nx,thly.
w ith .a good supply of rain.
rf pIe -. .
T gitS. Mrs. T. E. Bridges and a hildr-n h:irv
tf. ogn- t*. the- mountains of North ,'.,r,-
Sa n iir, to t .-,nd th,- surnrm -r
dA AS p- Fe, R SALE-Aclimat'ed J--r.'-y milch
iy aad .'ows. with young alve-s. alsi I:mite'd
WO0r ntumrter of Duro- pigs. If you want
f.ary stuff of th- high-st bre. ting you
S.in ge-t it from H H. Whitworth.
t, (")ala. Fla.

rlOf. Mrs. EK -'.rn,:, h.-i ,i .1 W-4.
1-ft to..l.,y for I.thit .iSprin ,. .

me Mr. R" F. Yor.ng- .r,.l .ill tr-n
.r- vi-iting Mrs RI. F- Y-,: e- J: i
ia Ry ',, -,'" :
txfV w-.it-r R.,Y of MI 'lt ; ,:. to. rn to-

-r yL.ck tep --
.Mr .'..!1 Mr". Jrn-" t:.re-'t of P.- *.-
n a m J4-' nt SurMl.y :. ; w n:. Mr.
r. .7 4 a L .Mrs,. J. E-. Ha:y
I.. .. .M ,'.


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=- 4 r. 4s~r .-~:~ rJ~r r:
'a'- a ......t.~ .- .. aafc. n.
1'~a -~ -. .a a:a-- .''t a t~.-t .


WA NTEI E -5ia* bush-l .fIr;!h ;..i-
a~r..- W~.lI ;Iy~ high-"t rr. ,rke' pr: --
A;.; 'a t sgh-! Fr.ink B'.x -. a!'i. a


NI.'" J'"- I.-. M-'':r. n A I--
he--- *.L~-.r. t- .a'-Sr.e
"--;t *r.-. .

THAT TIRED FEELING

a' I~,-d~ t'-r 'a'..rk r '*.f. C th'.: vro...

= -. r. tr.-.'ae


'...-:.-"' a-r.' ..-- -- V,.:,l ''.'h .t.. al: i" ~it.5 ". louiq. Two trains dasY
S-.. .. T X* .- k


JUST RECEIVED-=-2




250 Pair Men's


FOR


$2.50


They are worth $3.50, but as we

bought them so late we ae aabled

to sell at the low price of $2.50

per pair



The Boston Store



J. R. MARTIN & CO.


GENERAL


LIVER I


Fine Ca=gs BBA amd Tf



FINE VEHICLES, FAST HMES

Hams a" UsdiR fm aler *- H I
Boarded by th Mota at splecil Rat.

J. R. MARTIN & CO.


T. W SMITH & COMPANY

I Rw /AFR M
Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are mew -- 9far -be i
the Fishel Old Stand, West of the Square.
All Goods New and First Clas; Agents for Patteo's Son Proo Paite a
Complete Supply on Hand. Oil*s Lead. etc. Stoves, Ralnges Farm Teel of
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware. Agtewmare, e. ak SM
and Blinds. Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Rage-.ss
better: Wire Netting, the American Field and Ehweed Fening T"L Lf
est Prices Will PrevaiL
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Susin. Famiisefdi B
With the Wants of the People. Your Busin*ee Slicited


Special Sale

of Sewing Machlan

We have a large number of sewing machines that hwav bee s um*--
out little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices Thesea meh- i --b
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and aN we m p vt -
placed and made as good as new for service. Each mechine i ad0j.IM trled
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our tera. C be se
and tried, if desired.
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices mr fro s to
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "W eler ad WiV
*on" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole aotashmas.
Graphophones and Records A aphophoene and S Re rIse foe
SPECIAL ATTE- .'ION TO MAIL ORDERS

Furnitue and House Fmuishiagc Goods at

"SMITH'S"


Ocala


S433

S33.


Pants


Co.


S.. ...is rn.... ..... .i n A. .. . pr -
n mi Uus shoolt.;ng ,lut the "ut-Ocala, rlor da
tf I.. H,rne- till. He" A- fie,-.t $1,F ld


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Mamcay


T r. Huler's Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Seys, CanlaLs
T. W. Trualfer.. for Huyler's
'andy. Fresh Sh tt Received
e .l.. .. HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL IMS

l- J H.rnby. r.tor of th- Fo"ridaa

i Brilding Mateials, EveryKind and D c pt

F1' H.rris "f th ; FURNITURE OF ALL KIND
r i.k- ,tk 'it) ur!. t atteriFIJ .i IO F A
.'- rn-trt.tn ,iof th- tio.lr, ofi trust-,-s ofi

,,., ..,J ., O Phosphate Pl Installed Co
"0~.'- .-r." e.'ks ,,.v~l a. t, -tt -,


Sticky ty y paper and floor wax. Fresh
Gerig' Wltch Hazel Soap. best for ito.k just re.-eived. Tydlings & CO..
har. water. Try it. Postoffice Drug- I,.h,ne No,. 3')
atoe.


Ca k 1. th- AT tr thii. llilliri .'alI. I.


In Light and Dark Shades, aad al

Summer Weights. We have ay

Sie and almost any color


SnF: h ws k-t : hn for ad P liAt
W.W. Carman& Co. >** go,,, k. -t ,h-r Hagdso imn stk
r..! ,t; i: ..... ,r t.. ,. .....l of ,th-me. O tts atd OVCt at
You will find a well selected stock of ,, t.- i, : .i. n tr ers and o o
groceries at a, We are up-to-date
CARMAN e CO'S., tand
I M: .:,- :. .: \..on i A ord s skillft
on North Maiu St.. north of city mar- i ,, I 1 A-' a- r d cut
04.ciaiii- i guatanteed
tSp c'ialties- REMINGTON. SMITH-PREMIER.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, DENSMORE, HAMMOND Jerm &rne
CHICKENS AND EGGS TYPEWRITERS l t 1
Remember the place and rest assur- -Just Received at-
R. ....h.la.a. e tasu -, J s R c ied a -___ _


Furniture


WORLD'S Fm A BihS

From Jacksoamill
T- o#*o*a .-a- la. y &.PA ,nd Trip. On Saie 9I
65 "27. 50 ly ad sf-e i p

Qnhlrson t -a sos
9PU 1'U>3 Jlaeos

Southern Railway

Word's Fair Rote, St. Losf
*.- -. a.TIr. hattar,-,ig or 'Coumbia and Asaevtle.


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PiG IOU OCAL EN STAR MONDAY. J


Vacation Days in



COLORADO


14. itI


Through Sleeper service From

8t. Louis and Memphis Every Day


LOW RATES ALL SUMMER

GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT
* : ,- A.rt I iii. P'.-- AX t.


J..':t.- 1: k. k. Ak..


I


Atlantic


Coast


AtI..it:tl. ;.


Lin(


WOLF'S FAIR RTES


First class excursion rates to St. Lot

and Return:


$45.55, final return limit, Dec 15

$38 final return limit, sixty days

$20.55, final return limit, 15 days

Special ten day coach excursions at ve

low rates
Through sl-'... f omn J akk- i\ill.. ;t. St. L.uis via Montgomery
L uis i ill l1 I .. !. "i' **l ii IIN."1 0 It, .
F-i fur tit-It iiIf.* :i;tionI ii s' **- 1'. J. IH ul.-:. .\ '- It. :Ili.

U I


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


P .Kfc.I S wl be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday during months of June, July, Au-
gust and September from points in the Sootheast,
at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, hmit 60
days.

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


in 0
tIo tU.% r-RI.%

4 OTit I


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

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


600omo0omomoeeooemo onoe ono


*SEABOARD

AIR LINE RAILWAY,
FOR
*Savannah. Columbia, Camden, Southern Pine. m
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
SPhiladelphia. New York.

TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

* Seaboard Express,
Seaboard Mail

SIlHODERN PULL.tAN EQUIPMENT.


ONLY LINE OPERATING
* Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson- *
ville to New Orleans.
FO rI fll information and Sleeper Reservations, call on say Agent
Seeatlarel, r write
SA. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla. U
S S C. BOYLrT iN. JR.. Pasener Agest Jacksonville Fla.
*@UeU@E@Uei@ U... ..@UoE@EeU


MOODS AND TEARS.
One Woman's Sews About Weepill


at Theatric- Performances.
*TLr- i.-4 Ju-ar t M. uieout -rylIug at
tthe-att,-r. %aid thre- ri' "*~,wln-
**ye-jAIIj --r) If yuurre fi thre- uI-KVl foIr it
4111-1 *- uU M eINt if 3 -.ti.- :A.A.. 11-' L~.ttt-t
lplia zna% tj. ketheutAst-a ritgp %" LU-
eu. I rrr.-lv y rer eithvr iat th-e theater ur
uu a be-re-. but I 1 lg rg-ar l-.*'r-
tkt it de-l.*rd?- e-zitlrer- u-,n wy a1oo..i
at tbe title%. I %c",I '-aLt t t'A ra-rlj u;ie
Cmi"lt"ly au-d fe-urid tr- tar- i fl1a.g'i gily
Ce' jUlt J4t'.UsI I hajil'l14t1i toJ I
blut- at thtilt. tlne-. :aiul I .- bet-lliAt Wai.lly
a play itnir alll tirei t, Wu.*ri rd:. I at
Zielli~rtheijr eP% -" aid tl ry'r.i6tLe-:r
paec!ke-t haiii-Ikienhrfs 4in crtthI-r fuati
whrile- 1. le-aa: fu-r a:..- r -4ur *r otli-r
ulplift*e. sat there dry ey"I. aimoost
tiaili:iW.
*N- mutter -hat n.v rneal. h,,w-ver.
the thlillilC -ia rt- t., k--la nl.- from weep-
Ilnat the the:itor is :alar e-iulet-..l ai:i-
phly aeli tht- part af ,Ler wa I-ith
me. I vaini utte-ndd the- o vp t kinld 4f
a plt ywinio'.-e-d with tray *~ster. fear heo
sturt'A ill way* ahaad 4a tilhie-. ti iinig
nit. fet-l ncmore 1ke laugtin:z thari vry-
Ing. andl the-n wl-o-i tho- true lt-bry-
[)iitliw- pre~to. 'ThisI., 1tho' e-I,,Ivway lay
whic.hL I mtiay l makt- rv-*-lft iiamiunel!iC
fre clin eet-loifini: t tlwate-rvt.. upii enall )e.C


TIPPING IN LONDON.
No ELd to the vces to Serwltur. Is
Restanranto.


S As all old Lordouier I ha;\- -e -n
chaang-s In the uialinor.r of the city
which ;Iamiunt to a douliloltt- transfor-
mattioni. I rnaenleib-.r well the time
when there wasI't really a rtoo res-
taurant in all Iorndon andi when menI
had to be conte-tt with dinlnr. and sup-
ping In the- back parlrsi of lpubllf,
Loiuses. You gat very go; ,tl fa.ml inI
Sthose dlark. !ow ceiliinrt-d. stuffy rooms,
US and I reuieltmbr wh-lin you we re .n--
sideredtl tou e doing very well when you
huindted the somewhat ltime-, worn allol
111 lall waiter twopelncit or thrl'ie-pencel
as a tip.
Now\vadays you go into a restaurant
whi
  • peilally if they leloing to tlhre St.. k Ex-
    chanl' g i, viig liuia i tils that iln ,ldent
    times wud, l ha \' paiil tle pricr'. o a
    whole dinirT fur half a dozen friends.
    AnId the tilapin ainve-r s-.-lii to) end.
    You tip oine waiter for oille thing and
    another for arnoth-r. and .3,,u tilp the
    ry carrvr, and then you tip the lmian who
    gives you your %ine. Miaidl a you are
    leaving ,you tip tithe' porter who liuts on
    y.1our c4cilt anill the either porter who
    and calls ,olir .al,. It is. in fact. let-nomiulii
    alulost lui essible- for luelni f moiiderate
    nlei.ns to ig tg o Ilmost of the restaurants
    of tuday.-M. A. I'.

    HEAT AND MOTION.
    Varloru Theorie. About the ('onner.
    tlon Betrieern These Altmlu.
    The Idea that heat is a kind o f luotiuon
    wua entertained by I'lato,. who llakiesc
    Socrates say: "For hie-at andi tirte whl l
    generate and sustain other things are
    themselves beguttt-' by l ialle't and
    frictin. but this Is motion. Are not
    these the origin of tir,.':
    Bacon' deillned heat to be "a motion
    acting it Its strife upon the smaller
    partile-s of Iodie.s." Ne.wtonl. Iloy le
    and Hlooke conside-re-d lit-at to be Lo-
    tion. Lotk desc ril.ed it as "ia very
    brisk agitation of the inen-nsible parts
    of the oblJcts whileh lpro'dntes to us
    that seftn ilita from whln-ice wel de'lo;tw-
    llate the t object hot; so what in our
    sBtnsation is heat in the- oeljej-t is noth-
    lug but motion. This appl.ars by the
    way hi-at is produced. for w\e st-.e that
    the rubblinig of u brass inaiil upuun a
    board will liak it v. ry hot."
    Malay s<.ientitic ni' ln h:ve li-ld heat
    to be matter. and lin spite of Rulmifortd'
    vigorous expositionl of its fallacy this
    material theory heldl Its ground until a
    *coilparatively retvc t date. whlen Sir II.
    lDavy took UIp the- subject and by his
    experiunents prove. d cuuclusivcly that
    this view is ulnsound.
    C'auear of Bendln Pillars.
    Nature has hewn many ulriht pil-
    lars from the rock at various prehis-


    tlonr p-triaus. but so Iar u is inow\U
    she hs L sc,iLplhted lbut oei gr oup of
    b-;l;iig l, pill.rs. Tbe caut'u. :ty at Statf-
    fa. in Scotlil.nl, is after this ,original
    dca;igin. The- ,.tentoe shafts rst, ple.-rpeU-
    dicularly to a height o., rlfty orr sixty
    ft-t. whiil they curve inrwarel in a
    hlng. sweeplilig Ilne ;at ,onei,.- racrietful
    tul Iniassi\ In sol e pl.li a perfect
    Itomuan arc has ia-e Ien i 'umniel i ii thl4
    way-. The fori;atilis .ire soe 4. nliict-
    rlcal ;is to suggi-st th.- halnl ofu the
    arcLit.,. t.
    Antiquity of P(ns.
    Pin< uof vait;';ls sorts havt- be-n in ex-
    Ienter-" e i r ia ,t- our "-irste palrenlit-
    clouthed tl-iut-iVxe-s I l alli lr;i.-4
    wlh.ih rert- wil. in th,- ~ai:-a--.ir ,of
    Edln. As i ia i l.: l r t f. t. I. ':I- la:ii
    a \:r y hlg :luath l.nuty t.ih. -yti:,-;.-t ferIa
    be'.it a nli;tr'al t!h rtr. ,.,a ii h s still
    t'-'. t Ml4I,"- ixt; lit f :" f '. ',': :iinig the
    d:'- l,.L tl.,' pl'is: ti t -,, .*:n ..f upper
    IL.-yt. Ill Tprvii>-t i i.:,.- ;.ain w-re
    ;il-a luade <,f the s i.!', l,,. tA of tish
    aud imin.als.
    Of (Coure Not.
    "M. rri:age,. reit:.:rk ed the. moralizer,
    "is luttery "
    "- s." rej .inedt t.e' lerao:-al'zer. "but
    it's olire of rL- .:an i's ,f t. :... that
    clerynIe-n ;ii,. T tr.i tu dij-,Jurae."*-
    (C i oi i:,iU i;'.:iL..r-r
    The tual Thitig.
    M t r K u .' t I :...; :- y<1u :.. ,hratted
    y,'-::- ;.:'..-'" \vwede,;:L a ;aqt *-,.k Mrs.
    V. ..-.- Ne ',c ..-, f. t "
    \\".~1No\ I'o :-dz. f: : ;. -s:its

    plated -ed i::;- < Y-.:< Jur..rnli

    Sp s- ;';: y s!'pu nwo k .- *.: ta ;- j nc! -
    p "'t, ly. but work -'uue ti ra'jld iL-
    :' rnr,


    AT HAIF IMST_ POPULAR


    a c c'F Pf'LIt*ATIa aoN Fe #'F.


    MACON


    ATLANTA


    LOCAL TME CARD No.56.
    S*marue inA.


    * .


    sU40
    nlr.r s 0Ue


    EXCURSION


    -TO-


    - $3.50


    - $5.50


    And Reirms


    b EIfe


    mm,. & IL A. Kmde. U

    Mrm. Jakb Rke is much inmlu-
    today.


    SWante4--A
    Sternbwrger.
    SVeetables.
    at Falana's
    *-te. No. 2
    IStermberger.


    --


    well digesr. J. tar

    groceries and marketing

    shingles chap. J. Sta.


    - i- mm -i i W m- a
    Siiietlzu. we are grtd in t
    morning by flags at half-malt f o
    prominent social who yesterday
    was apparently in perfect health.
    When we inquire te ailment by
    which he was stricken it is not ua-
    common to be told "acute indigs
    t-on or "stomach trouble.
    It is time people learned that ils-
    digestion or any form of
    "stomach trouble" is not a
    thing to trfle with. The
    result may not be fatal.
    but there can be no
    condition of diseased
    stomach which does
    not carry with it phys-
    ical los andweaknes.
    Dr. Pierce's Golden
    Medical Discovery
    cures indigestion and
    other forms of disease
    affecting the stomach
    and its allied organs of
    digestion and nutrition. i
    It enables the perfect diges-
    tion and assimilation of
    food.
    *Thanks to Dr Pierc's Goldme
    Medical I-overy.- write Mr.
    Charles H German. of Lehightoo.
    Pa. It is the uoly medicine that
    has done me any good. I tried every-
    thing I could think of to cure indlRge-
    t and :oundi was o!v throwing '
    aw. i money Tl-n I heard of Doctor
    Pierce s G'den Medica'l nicovery and tried a
    butte of it and to mv 'ov found it was doing
    me g .- I used esix htt!e of it and am now
    cured It Is the btl ,eedriae on eaWt "
    This grand remedy does its work in
    a thorough manner: it gives the
    health that is all health; the strength
    that is solid. substantial and listing;
    not flabby fat. not false stimulus. but
    genuine, complete, renewed vitality and
    lfe force.
    Accept no substitute for "Golden Med-
    ical Discovery" There ia nothing "just
    as good" for diseases of the stomach,
    blool and lungs.
    Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure coa
    stipation and its consequences,


    Rtrcu'a stall. No. 7. city market. io
    the place to purchase your marketli.
    choice Florida twef. chick.en. eqaM
    ..n.l country pr.ii l.c t Hollandlra ro-


    A' Llne Railway r" I. .l a...n ,
    A~iT ne Z a1'rW.,. If. I LJoydl. t' ompanied by
    .MrU. Ada,: Suhr. -fe .v t-s4rd:iy for
    SPECIAL RATES *;n le.
    The Stcir ,lue are coming in. bet
    $45.56-ST. LOUIS, MO, AND RE- Tickets on sale daily, beginning April The Stalr *ueb are comrin in bte
    TURN 25; limited to December I5. returning, low! ore bn k to
    'usuatl response.


    ITx I.. I li.: .. ti-,n e of '*h.,ali- 38-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
    .5 4' .., ., -,,.i. .'- limited returning 40 days from Bar.samong the Nf re ait in chom-e
    N,,;, .. ..~ -I.: i-n that John ".' date of sal r s th ** n hoe.kin
    I L,. N. N ... ..r ... .I ;..r, .. m t of ;ill kindly.


    $24.20-CINCINNATI, O, AND RE- Tickets on sale July 1l and 17: limit-
    *Call at the Mak Homser r ca,
    TURN. ed returning to July 25. Extension a a m ca
    o portable lodging and board t nrerag
    obtainable. ble rate Wet Brdwy.
    Tr*.-l, anm In o jk ? IA wto IS-;-m.


    p -I 1i111I. ithe -l* -%40.


    u-I bI .til--t-. ill.)t ae f t -
    q .1i 111.11 I! tI


    I! -!tii t It.- i th e f11 Liik-


    S.r, -i I; i.i ra !. I.--s Ih. e q r-,I tiI
    I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l *M. i~ t. Ii -ik-ttaill -a c
    ;';i I ), *r .IiiI-.T ITh. l.s



    1k 'i. iit aa it a The 41f Th..
    -.1 1'. T Y 1 ki ." 11.1 'W .-SS S'lidl) I-#-I lif r







    Th. e h inll:om 1- line o' J-uPets chi-
    ni .le- .. i. iAia r. In. Ph$Irs and ta-
    h~l&-~. rocwkifl&: -~iaars, ri-ception chairs,
    11Oi.. that 1.1. 1ortio n of 1he state has
    ee-t~r sern just r-~eiveds by smiver &
    .,'ac ia v.


    Opposite City Hall


    P. O. Box 374


    H. R. HUNTER



    -and--

    LOCKS1WMITH
    Repairing a Specialty.


    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.


    LA GRIPPE

    Pneumonia followL La Grippe
    but never follows the use of

    OLEY'S Honey
    ani Tar
    It stops the Cough sad heals the lma
    Prevent Pneumonia and CunDsmpIotl
    Ms. 0. Vacaaa. of 157 Osgood ft., Chical-
    wriI: "My wife had I sgrippe aod it left ba
    with a vtry bad cough on her lage whi
    Vl r's HRosan aA Tau oured eoaopleelp.,
    i' -' ..: . :. '


    1. A. Colyer Bros.

    Merchant Tailors,


    IV TO Ull I u-
    to June 18. Ez- Ie cream of all flavors every dey
    I t Tompkins and Brook k-e cream
    garelenr. Go and enjoy yourself.


    S *'hlllren'* I.liy exerci.se at Mt. Ziol
    I K. c-hurc'h \'.;r i|Nmstplne > frmn yes-
    to-rhlay too, tnme ;late in th future.


    tJin 4, 99046. P- 1%. WI. Jo~hniaon is in the vity at
    hoIvir ie a of tMq-n liwenJi. under hted-
    Wl ll)W CI w.;i~;l rc~ctlrn fieI i,4 dtwidk~dly bett"..


    *Keep in memory that the Mackl
    House furni-hes meals at the foelowlng
    hour., from ; to s. from 12 to 1. and
    to a.
    **'.all at Mrs. W. e'. Willoughby's for
    Ire-assmaking. All orders fllled with
    li.patch .ind neatn.ss. West Hruail-

    FOR RENT Three -riMam house:
    two 3-rooCnl hi..-s:; ,one l-roit houae;
    one 5-room house. J. Starr SterQber-
    Ker.
    Rev. N. W. Elli.sn. |l;pas-r ot the
    Mali:l;te' HKiplis.t church. preiacheql an
    ablet- -wrinon y,-lte-relvy at JaIeabville
    l;.i-ti,.t church.
    *Fresh water bream and trout., sI
    water trout., he-phead and basns nd
    salt cured mullet and fresh oysters at
    Jake Thom:na. market.
    We- always find the- Star shw-maker
    ,tite hbusy :at hih Isl;a* *of hb .inetSa
    Whil- cotherr h;ivr tilmne t lo xif. he con-
    tinue-. to, "IW : aw;y." South side Mon-


    aNVQSD DUlANo. ORANE CITY AUILANCE. t-zumi natalok.

    IF a I U Doly adr 1, 1 I IV. W Brewn aof I'unnollaan hangs
    a siLe ..........AT vI 10 Ifi Lv. W. 9 nyrmA tfI mo ,*o 'tPt hi' 'ehingI- at the ihov*- nmed
    ~eem.. . it 11S U aieLv lab@. ties -Ar 1I e91 O Lac .-'mea-rimine.-r. m~aehinustoant black-
    tl s a Orsth CitA he hh Ie:
    was 11 Ise Ar Or. C~ly Joi $p* mith. ..nlI ho- fill-4 the- g:a. 4 hob now


    WE lr mwmru mn -_rlb IS'~ia I
    be ATION Duly A"S
    UmAwdjDaf I t Dew ggsl l Daiy Daliy 98l6ty

    Air I got p q 9Cipi pIV~
    ilplu gI, .*u Is *M,$15
    IV :Mai '3. 193 SI p
    P~aNIMU AR AT0 11tAL STEAMMNIP PONECT 1, AT LiAM.
    091111"" AT 1110111 U SUANOMP W TWllP. L& S .~U*YMv
    HAVANA AND KEY WEST

    2%8M. lime T&Uf f s Urns nA whieb kamis um .a w e eeted to arrive mad edp'a
    benst~ t l I n ( I a~ei e stdame@ a* tot muarag'we
    ordss MaCoason W1(YI~rl M rlairor say enmeuqreaw snoring Ibe.,

    For Ce s .1 the LO@AL TKIE CARD s Or w imauaft st
    #S =T=E TICKET AGENT."
    L D. D. NAUNn. Ast BS. P Am L. S8T. AUGUStIIyN, MLA.


    Atlantic Coast Line Railway company


    TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5. 1904


    DEPARTURES FROM OCALA


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



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


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


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

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


    For RK,:h-ll'- Palatka. Jacksmnville and
    all ,,lr.- -:easI.:. .Al., for .Maorn. At-
    larta. N.ashvill-. Chi. ago. via Dixie
    VFiy-r roLte.
    For I,--'-slurg. *rowm. Trilby. Brooks-
    vil!-. Taripon Springs, .'loarwater.
    b-ll'-sir. St. P,-t-rsburg. Lakelan-],
    Tampa. an-I Int-rmediate points.
    For Julietteo, ;u!f Junction. Homosas-
    sa .'iI int.rm.-liat e pointss.
    rFr J.lTttte. High Sprinr, Live Oak.
    Dui-,:.t. Way.-rr. n and all points east
    ranJ -t t.
    For Jui.-tt-., ;ulf Jun- tion. Honmosassa
    an 1 :int.-rm],l ,'iat- iinZts.


    .hol'l. with t rrirl. ;i.a stability.
    *L. Green. the lightning shaver. Can
    Sand try his shave 3and hair cut and yoe
    will alway-s co'me. Shave. ter.; hatr
    c'Ut. "'.c.: honing razor. j25-.; 'oneave
    r:zor. 75;.. All work first clam. Mo
    long a*-l.ays; two chairs. Noet door to
    Alberstine Smith. on West Broadway.
    *F. Monrtion. the hustling grover. ha
    .-nl;rgq-d his business and is, re-ady to
    .sulply the public in c'haic- rreweries,
    \'Kct;rable.s. - f*t,. 'r*.-- *llivery ascon. Your or-
    ,-rits soli, ite*l. Iron building. Soult
    .Main street.
    Th- W"rnian '. Horm.- Misiormary and
    EK.u. .iti.o>i S.o, i-ty #f th.- Mt. 0Hivet
    Ass.e-' a lieri. rn-t y --t.t-ray and laist
    tv,-nra .at Mt Mriah KRiplit church.
    .\I -X* -ilzlt .'-#Kr;im ;i.a* rf-ndered
    iri.I -\ -rytihmar i.an---,l otff pleam.intly.
    . tho- :,t>.\ n n;>-l, l ,i t.

    AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 2 S
    If you want to get up iarly and f l
    g'-.] all dlay take a Little Early Riser
    or t~', ;)t hod time. These famous lit-
    ti- pills r-l:ax the nerves. give quit
    re-.t ani refr-ehing sleep. with a gen-
    tl-e me,\v-mrnt of the bowel. about
    br.lakfa;t timr. W. H. Howell. Honr-
    ten. T'x.. says "E.-rly Risers are the
    t,-st i ;!- rnA.l- for ronlSirtiaton. .sck
    h-:i.h.r h. *-t.". Sold by Wm. Ander-

    C. O.Db



    REAL ESTATE AND INSURANMC
    F. W. Ditto Renm 12, Mhekhimbl.


    THURSDAY, IUNE 16, 1904.


    SEABOARD


    $15.10 on NATVlL e m t urni
    $15.10 TO NASHVILLE and Return: ive. limited returning
    tension obtainable.


    Florida East Coast Ry.


    Nation O1*
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    ...... ... O N
    At ...... ...... .. ........: e le I MP
    ...... .... ... = -
    deis Up)
    As---------- ---...am N ........................
    w ..... ... ... -r lIw s I $10
    o, San.te.....--------... ....-----. ...... ..Lv77
    ...... l ~ ls ....... ........... goes) R
    .... ....... % M .. ... ......s hJ li a S

    :::::::::::::::::U-Lv :::
    ..... ...... .... .. .... .. 1911r* 4j4 14 .. ... a of a
    ...p. ....I N.. 4k a c

    ... ...... .. ... ... .. ...111 ..... ... 6 466r 1 )
    .......... ........POW -6. ... .. ... 410a 0
    M&.h tIl .......... ............ 8:36ma
    .............. .......... .... rtmo)iklo ...... .... 21 3 ,
    -. i.. .. .......- 28
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    .....:: ................ ......~ :. lb o . ........ .... .... 6 49
    .............. -i..l
    . .* ........ A ... .. .a..
    .. ..... .SO oeea d ...% I I gbs
    ...... .... ......we"Isnlaer ....Ip is :
    .D........ W ay ..... a p T74
    .... ........ .. I L eladerdIf.. g pi GUS
    .. .... alleandse -.-73u;- $80s
    .. ..... .........lafna City ..... ..... 7%3 p $if&
    .......... -- .ia i .Lv Tup; 00m


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    S lem
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    Special Train via Southen Railway al t new cottas or rent
    *Starr SternberPger.

    Leave Jacksonville...... .................. ......;9:0) a. m. Call at M. t. Falana' for choke aro-
    Arrive Macon........................ ...... ....4:00 p. m. tri-r and marketing.
    Arrive Atlanta.. .... .......... ... ..... .. ....... : 3) p. m.
    Tikkt-t good to return on any regular train up to and including train Mis Minnie Dckerson. who ha bee
    quite ill. is som better.
    leaving .Mtacon 2.:. a. m.. and Atlanta 11:;. p. m.. Sunday. June 1. ill i better.
    Fu:ther information furnished upon al.lliication Passenger Office. 10S For Sale Cheap-2."Na S .si -
    WL-.t Hay strret. Teliehon- :.43 ;gle. J. Starr ternbersgr.

    MiPs Annie Dawkins as quite ll s-
    SC. LUSK, Dikbt __W K-__a d,,>ay. We hope her early recovery.
    JaClka u%&v Fla. *Fine roe shad very other day 1
    --. .; Tompkins tall. No. cty r mbrt.




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