Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: June 14, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03527
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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0CA
OCAl A


EVENING


SSTAR


Vodlme 9, Nomber 314 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1904 Fty Cnts a Ms,$5 a Ya


TEA


Ftw 1 4-4-4l T.--. Je 4r 'ta:,e,- ;II, **fl-


EFFAL OSOPS
W4e h~av- %lfixa -lax T.-l i:pi-1.' k-
ag4e: fa.r14,r a half pja'iU -j -1 .1 "l-n
did drink.
If y %%: alit i


AT TME


?me For
SWATY
And
Y REPAIR
-4o TO-
P B. B. WE1I
The eweier,

STENOGRAPHER
AND
TYPE-WR


CHILDREN'S DAY
AT MOSS BLUFF



11- -IJ.la l-0, aaof I- $*aa!t at I'.Ia.
l\'f Ih:) -~ 1i h 1:.1: 111 o t !'t
IS 11.. .-. 0 l*.a.-* L '. 's t -


I E., t Ia- o I kaI'sh g.?'1 LZ*'iv. I l I.


THEY ARE ALL NEW GOODS AND STYLISH.

Come and Get a Suit Before They are Picked Over.


a : 1.-Ia. .. lit tli.' 'a il. .aia-l i% .***lj
---I th~tt aI f-P-0 -,I !1%ml il 11(1
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9 MAIM.~
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tit!t -111--stiLoli i st .119.li.r asks y-?.ol. m.1 "hat


ITER


MISS B. N. SINCLAIR
Private office in Commlnerc.tial B-ik.
Tour work in the abovel lines soliilted
Speed aled ac cuiacy guaranteed.

FISM *u OYSTERS
I have fresh I htt. m n F ish a.nd
Mullet always ~ot h;:ti(l:
Cedar Key ail ('rvKtal Ki\-t

RECEIVED FRESH DAILY
Opened and delivered ulHn request
SI-I-. MlE. I CAN
FIIL. V(UR WANTS
W.M. TUCKER
CltY Maft


1. 1. WILLIMlS


CARPENTER AND WILDER
OfferI htis 1*%. I w Va t' Ia) tha0t' 1at
Oc:.la :4111aii ilgil%. It#?' 1. eat o k illI ll lia'.
If eaaalaae'l!I.t ns anid g4#4a.1 'a'%a .k
(".aiS~t.h~e.ti I t.p' a.jalol .'6ta a tii 4' '-s


till IatI 4 a t a l aI I I t*?II. I t a S. 11.-a a -.1'4. t IaI,
IssuJ.J


BREAD, CAKF-CS
-and--
FANCY GROCERIES

For the tin+et bread. cakes
and Fallcv'. Grtocetles in the city'
REMI-MNICEK TlB E

FRENCH BAKERY
IIAS TlIF.NM


MACo RuONS
and
LADY FINGER
A Specialty
MRS MART:NOT. PROPRII

V. B. POTI
CONTRACTING AND BUIL
Carpentering and
General Repa
SlacIona Guaran
.,tfh c. s


sox ol 0


CAL


v v v w wq RV it,


.AI KrX AA IA 1I E .
Practical
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful volini.it-' 0. A ill n'trak,
Wolk. tOl ,v-'s t;;'- : ti t w'tter- w,!k fot
the i'wnev t llaii any lotheti man il
to% n.

\EH IT] I

Cream Vermifuge
,Ol TmE SWUTEED


IS


TI h.- imta. illILtlight -of $til.a' iit aa114t


I r vt it I I 111 t I I y I %sitI ;t II, IF 111, 1 1110
I- fS I% .11 pr se 111.1t I til ls;
It-- itlJ .a.1a,:sIII 5hoo -s 11.11 1 tha St ItI

t.-.ai a" 'aa.11 *.: 11. -10 A im:l -t ail, 'E ly.aIt
;isa ti-'i laaaa.-.l ti f t .l9-.' i.atiiag that Ih.- s till
. f it.a 1 heat li l I 'a' la# t IhtIII.Iol ti-I II1 a11
a-I lea aal I.afaI,. '' i tla *of aII. aI -.I Saa'.Iapi a
1. -i leftae .I via~at aa ti. 5'itl..Il i
l.1i'tAjja I t 1 11t ~ i~ *it 111 j 1 11l. 1'.itatI : .I I ii
Thl-f-l' f l.. II IitIS e II- a va 11ia 6.a0tasaIagI IiIr



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11A Il-' Il- t 1111. i -- % it
tI.t a w I I I I
sI a 'aa I I I I 1 1111-a40 114a -1i t. -. 11tooil 4 it*


4-.Istti1.1


GOODALL,


- FLORIDA.


- a m


JUST RECEIVED ---


250


Pair Men's


Pants


In Light and Dark Shades, and all
Summer Weights. We have any
Size and almost any color


FOR


$2.50


HONORS ARE ABOUT EVEN FOR YOU TO BUY


Russians and Japanese Each Ambush
and 0etroy a Force of Their
Enemies
Hai "'hang. Manchuria. June 14.-A
ranking movement of the Japanese
.round the Russian left from Feng
Wang Oheng June 9 was repulsed with
a loss of two whole battalions.
A large Japanese force moved out in
the morning along the Feng Wang
.'henrg :and Hai C'heng road. The Rus-
sians ha-. a force strongly posted In a
ravine thirty miles southeast of Hal
O'h-ng. The Japanese were preceded


NO. 1.-SPLENDID HOME. FINE BATH. HOT AND COLD WAT-R P
and down stairs: gas fittings. etc. Only one block of Ofektwa.


CALL 0


DTTo FiR PIUC.


NO. 2.-FINE INVESTMENT AND GOOD HOME. ONE ]OV= IBMWT=
for $S and one for $10 per month: and three eXtra harge 1i; tw. WeN
off Ocklawaha. -A bargain at $170o.
NO. 3.-1000 ACRES OPEN LAND. FOR FARMING OR STOCK. MUT GO
now; I mile from depot in this county. Price. $1 per aee.
NO. 4.-BUILDING LOTS FROM $30 TO $10W: NEAR SQUARE; ANT IJ0
cality.
NO. 5.-TWO GOOD LOTS AND SM ALL HOUSE IN FIRST WARD: TWO
blocks from railroad and one block off Ocklawaha. MuMt be -sM -
Price. 3500.


by two battalions, who walked into thee
Russian ambuscade. They received a Special Attention to Rent Accounts.
murderous rifle and artillery fire at Notary Public for state at Large of Florida.
J Close range and were wipd out. only
J. CHAhBERS SHOE COMPINY eTh main Jt,;anesle force. which was .. ..A=-- ... .. .
= RD 2, -m. in


POTATO DRAWERS


a'-l~ a. al~11 1 'a'- 1Ia2r

WILL BUY MELONS
h1 buy (jIoiI 121.1' 'tis. W ittc f
a'4011 V i'. all y I it V 1 ii ti'.a5 %%hien
11 ;l jl '.] ali-u':ilaI givt- e mla\' st
'aTwna.r Ia k.Ia, l. -l.


gr-:0lty superior to the Russian force.
Strit.ed tla outr:ank the Russians. who
S A G T F ffT without losing a i:in. The
A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE
J J.l.tr 4-1.se. -losing in. found the ra;vine
iving ni-s. Kitty an Hattie. vacant. save for their own dead.
.My ,lri\iving r<,niii-s. Kitty nn'l lattie.
'TI..-s- I.tpies :tr- %w-ll bred, being about Japanese Get Even
i thre--fourths q 'Wilkes and one-fourth New 'hwang. June 14.-It is report-
II.iniltoni:i: can go, a mile in four c-d that the Russians suffered a severe


niinut; s. are very kind and gentle; can
b- h:an-lI'l by lidlies or children. The$
are well matchel In color. size and
gait: are four years old. Price. 3500.
B. H. Seymour.


defeat as the result of an ambush at
SPulanber4 (probably Pulienten. to the
;iear of Port Arthur,. The Japanese
, attacked the Russians. and then drew
'the latter on by a feigned retreat. The
Russians were e-ntrapped. and are said
to have lost s0,o in killed and wounded.
The azar's troops have fallen back on
Kai 'how.
Proof of Patriotism
New York. June 14.-A Times dis-
pat'h from Tokio says that the first
aIy's subscription to the second do-
lmestic loan aggregated $43.i000.oo0. the
*nlperor again subscribing SIIlo.oni.,tWo.
'Th.- to:tl issul is '50.O,0.00M).
American Submarine for Japan
New York. June 14.-It is definitely
stated here that Japan is the ultimate
,destllalio.n of the submarine boat.


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RO bIr U' U'T F"
ROOM 12. MERCHANT V BLOCK. OCALA. FLA.


uf ru,


AN EXCEPTION


if


"A propeit s not without bmor,, sav i


his own country" is a pImerb that do Mat
always apply. For ibum abkot 1000
people in thi country do buhmem wfl


MUNROE & CHAMBRLSS


A. E. BURNETT


PHONE NO. 25. Oca, Fla, whirh is now being carried across the THE JEWELER
Atlantic on the deck of the Norwegian
..... st-alner Fortuna. The boat was builtD S
EDWARDS BROTHERS hy an American firm. and i said to RIeTCH
have been sold to private persons for,
$254.004. and by them shipped to Suez. X = 7 I "' 1 tlm q% %,A


;th, St;ta in v.-iy iltitt.-ringaii w\ s .Iali It is understood that a second purchas-
, s.ail tI ti. iastea.d of hi.s< Ii'-ahiiiilK ill AT THE CITY MARKET ier will turn the boat over to the agents
Iith uar- id ;:iiill ai :vin Hi *-litor of the Japanese government. When the
1. k,- i ii I elk in th1' :altl'- I'1. h,- Fortuna sailed the papers gave her
",III h "ir' % ~ i*, ir;r ""' Leading W wholesale & Retail Butcher s l't""lta"in "s rk. O P '
th,- init.. .. -of Ith institIuti.i ,t h FEEL IMPENDING DOOM
sti"" v S .... 1 . ". .WTE Atee ilOIC F O D1. M-T, -
it.l it. ina I. aitak" VLOI. .WESTERN ANDl CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS The feeling of impending doom in the REPI
ith.* 'Iu Ii~tIA. ,-I.al t hi-..in minds of many victims of Bright's dis-
Ill'. ..a. .-I is IlsCELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASONa hs bn c
., ,t.,*I t *t.. .,itor h.. slt s his prise and ,liabetes has been changed to
.th.n k. :nl r th rlatati FREE DELIVEY TELEPHONE 9 thnkfulness by the b its derived OCure.
., ni ts ,," ,',, tn l:,ti, h* is _- ro taking Foley's Kidney cIure. It
:r.at.ful. will cure incipient Bright's disease and
SThIIn a,.- lit.n,. r.r', su. h : lin- MTAYLR iabetes and even in the worst cases
n. f it f il., l" ie- 1..- 4 i i.l*-g.ar 11 .I give comfort and relief. Slight disor- .a
0.a. Ia *.* -I- ,.lf tafl.,.sk.- i.-lt. rt Ic 1lders are cureo In a few days. "I had
ti- .. i,,..i i -..;.a*i tlh,- iiialbetes in its worst form." writes Ma-
,Ils I-:el'. ,ll-i",.. C. la' liA- I U i i L tof Iunrl-ath. In-a. "I tried
j,,t ,,. ti . .. .i eight physic-ians without relief. Only
aI. AtIIr. !Ial"IS. Iii..%kas.i t..w l. it.a I tI il three bottles of Foleyv's Kidney cure JI .
... a M Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work- mad me a well man." Sold by the
hi i,-, ,..lk- ,,..t-ad ..i.....s. ing plant in this section, and as a result, are pstoinice Drugstore. H t F
\, 1 t W. w .I, .' ill turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest te WHAT HOUSEKEEPERS WANT
t,' haiti. 1,1a., kl,.'-u 'a jt'IH T .tS taEiEuRi


I'!: %a / z a 1..1 i't.. '*i i t oa' a ,nI' tit .It

.a' at- a1 j I 11- "t d aptTah.,t'.


a::atl I at li t ..! .aa.'P r am
Program


ETOR -
~IL!!L .ilI SI I llC,-!L~

.DING IW : Ia 'a I --
i\ ia a- '~t al: *- aia'' -


teed
I.FL': .
\AV FLA- a ', 'a. -


1,- -
-': ".: ' .
:. ~: :-- a I. :
-: '' 1 l.- .a2 c:L'
I: .- -
"a -- I. -- .
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,a for a 'land oaf pure delightt"
A real housekee-per's heaven
A plaice where fires are always bright.
And dough responds to leavera:
W\Vh.-r house-flies never speck the
blinds.
The winlldow,\-glass nor sashes:
W\her-. a- irn-out chimneys never smoke
A- i Il burnt co;:al nmak-s no .tshes.
W\herc- tinl."tr always mrne-ts the evye
With onaie perpetual glitter.
S\Vhr- children never sa.itter tIles.
.i.\n, sting m;kes rno little .
.\ tl.nl Iwhere meat is ine'\r ltugh.
Pot.Lat.-s ri--\er s",g)
Whet I.tmpl.s just flr and trln, them-
selves.
Ait.l a himnn-ys t,- r gr-t fo ggy.
Wh*et,- st,,'kihg hem-lst .rinl It.e-king t-s
o utlast the other lurtions.
\\'her.- niIln Iarl bo)ys' ll lean their
.-ha4 s.
Aial ,utsiile- dust the do..r shuns.
A I!.11 w her- napkins k--I' in sh.tc.
And', si!'v.r\.i.ar e-sti't t;trishh
\Vh-r- nothing h.ird. sh;arp. round or
squa:tre
\V 's k:."a, n 1t, s.-r.t-i h 'h- \ irnlh'.
l-'" ,i "A Hus.U-,k rp'I, .ulle.uy."
S t.y l.,u I..t'en.,- ;r. N. .iai.a, M.tI., t-
,.:" f,.r June.


ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS
Filey's H<,.r;y and Tar has (urel
ll.as'iy s a-fs asthma that were ,an-
.s*iei-r,-, h,,rles.Ms. Mrs. Alolph Bu*sing.
7-,1 West Third St Davenport. Iowa.
\a rltes. "A severe cold contracted
tw-l;ve years ago was negle..ted until
it finaNl gr,-w into asthma. The best
m -i,. il kil! a v la p could no t civi


-- All N Ff I


AND

TICG L GOODS

AIRING A SPECIALTY


nt Millinery


Lt.we


lif@J4PKINP


st, Most Ekeamt Lime. od hsiy i to


Her styles lead the world of fashion, and always will be found
there the most exqusite production of modern art and stykl
THE LATEST PARIS CREATIONS
An Fclmwtrive and BeauU tl Lh of DnEmb Hate AM w
In Stock
A call will convince you that I have the leading stylek


o Commercial Bank r
BRANCH OFP
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLS


CAPITAL


m 50.000.00


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DPOSTS


DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DcPOT
RECEiVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHAIA O0U4WT
AND SOLD


RESTAURANT--


Fist


C1Qa


Mlc0


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

Delicims Hot Soop Daily
Dining Room open mtl I~Il -
attention give pto special ort,
the market offers prepaid r te ti


We will Sell


OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING


at Actual Factory Cost.


L IMBE D RSS
ROUGH oR DRESSED


See or Phone


B. H. SEYMVOUR


3PXxhone 3"o. 8G4.

WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS



SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES
Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Coast of
Florida

EVERYTHING MODERN
Ilf'mct ke .RndA Comtrt.ibe.
Il:eI li!1.tc \ "Pn the Atl.ntic CA .t.
S>tt it.ithin., .i: Sc.i F-'ishing LU'nsurpal cIl.
s- I'I-AR 1.\ .'-LCIAL. V Til -k W EK
Address HORACE F. STEWART,


mm..lm

w
FFMmwrmm


_ ___ ___~ __~~ _~__ ___


____


F. W. DITI


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PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. JUNE 14, 1*4


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


Ice Cream Freezer

Didn't Know We had Them?

Well, We Have, and It's the Best on
Ma~ffct


H. B. MASTERS,

"The House that Treats You Right"
OC)ALT. FL a.
I-- ...... .... ....-- ----


EVEN NG STA R MELONS AND CANTALOUPES
.. - How Growers May Dispose of Them
C. L. BITTINGER CO. the Best Advantage
at' t"l t li'- \ta.iut aIV .i"ge yo"u h.ave. a
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll \\i ne- tii \ili hi,
h** Pu wifll hijw.


Proprietors and Publishers

C. L. BITTINGER,
Editor and General Manager.

R. I. CARROLL,
Cit Editor and Business Manager

W hat "'l'r gli*-ss" ;,ays it ll th Ianti-I
about making 4cal:i a manufaltul inu i
city is all right. but cone thing nl ast .e
sii.tdJ bwffo, r :lIaiy interior ti, illiil lh1
statc .can v\'-.i ,** x-ct to h,. oillr ;a
manufacturiliKg .ity :iad thaii is :i lourr i
at*e of fr-ight than now exists s o Iship


I WILL GATHER PEACHES


P.. L. i -.ttin. bh-ng pu.she -l for time
i hi' i to K.ithi-r h!, -,.-:, h rop on
L- pi-.- : W-ir I ,r. has ten-nlre-
I n.it ji1. t to ti- urniin Sun.lay s. hool
i i. ;! i.t' oy ,, th- 17th. who will l --+
it' at it ts l n- iui hly 'loni.

the! TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
\WVnl*-rful things are done for the-
hunman boly bty surg-ry. 4)rga;ns are
Stak-ri out ;an'l s, ralpil ani polished a\'l
,put bac;k..or they may L r-mov,-el en-
tir.-ly: blon.-s ar- splicel; pipe-s take
th- pIla..- of *dis.-ase-il sw-tions of v'-ins;
antis.*-lti, ilr-ssings arf applied to
Svwounis. huns. bruises and like injur-
i s Ifore~ intlammation sets in. whir*h
..lus-e th-m to h-al without maturation
:anl in oni-thirdl the time required by
the ol",l treatment. c'hamb-rlain'.s Pain
iH.Ilm acts on this same principle. It
is an antis~eptic arnl when applied to


te

ntn


A. 'i alik. 4 c.ala. Fla.

FINE CIGARS

The Nornia m : ittinoz. the C. H. S..
In- l ,if l itS anI t 5he. l'a a lNacion:e .
I-O iof the host O''. ciaigs made in


I(ATI-Y.


CAPITALL,


t 1 4IA


- - $5,(o)OO.


=


R. S Hall,
George MacKay,


R. L. Anderon,


Geor Ford,


1. L. Ckbuns
HFert A. F" 0


President:


Cashiers


HERBERT A. FORD,


i su h injuries causes them to heal very
ljuickly. It also all:ay? the pain and'-
sl.oents. .. K-"l a bottlI- of Pain Balm A WORD IN TIME
in your home and it will save you time
;andl mont-ey not to men.tiio the incon- Th- people of E.istlakt will be dte-
v.-nlliel.-e an'd suffering which such in- lighte.l to see the Sunday schooLl ex-
jur'i-s entail. For sale by all druggists. cursion -'rilay. but trust that the chil-
li h-n %\ill not f'l,rget that while the
TURNER POND PICNIC il.irgest liber-ty \ill be accorded them
They cannot dlo what they did last sum-
Th-rewt ill bi. a picnic. at Turner Pond i:er w hen down there-invade the
July Il-.ryliu.ly invited to Ib prlsr- trI',oves and breat-k off limbs from the
-nlit itih w*.ll tillidl baskets. and bring oiaiie tie-s I ll-ni with fruit.
all the il:dainini girls of the stasion.
-T T. E THROWN FROM A WAGON
THAT TIRED FEELING --
SMr. 4;t, trge K. flat'ivo'k was tllrow,-n
SIf you are languid. depressed and in- r K k was thrown
clpable for %work, it indicates that your from his wagon and merely bruised.
H+- iilolplie.] C'h;lnhaerhiin'.s PainiBalm
live- is out of order. Heibine will as- Hhamberlains Pain Balm
sist nature to throw off headaches. f'ly an says It is the btst liniment
rheumatism andl ailments akin to ner- he ever used. Mr. abcock is a well
vious l.ss and restore the energies and kno" n citizen of North Plain. Conn.
vitality of sound and perfect health. J There is nothing equal to Pain Balm
J. Huibbard. Temple. Texas. writes. for slr:ains and bruises. It will effect
.,...!, ., iUI.,- h.>.. ,I*I*l *1..,.hh a cuie i ill ot eC-tli dir the time required


rfor tie pst two v-arv, It has done in
I niipi. :inid many others to be founds. It has
illmore good than all tle doctors. When
'r T. W. Ti 'xler's cigar case.
I1 feel bladl aund have that tired feeling.
I take a dose of Herbine. It is the


DYSPEPSIA
1ttaHnr taki'n rue-it wnaiIcilui r -essaropt," fn


iest mnedicinle ever mlade for chills andliI
fever." 5 ic. a bottle. Sold by the An-
ti-Mio oly lDrugstore.

H. I1. Allison. re-pisentiiig the com-n


by :any oth,-r treatnm-nt.
ill di uggists.
ag


For sale by


TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
AT ST. LOUIS

Tickets at low rates now on sale.
For particulars apply to Mr. S. P. Hay,
S. K. P. A., M. & O. R. R., Montgom-


the. said mnainufactur-ed allicl.,.s ,oul of .a> I.*kf'-"i .I.io ti;; nd fu.,lirati"; ,; mission house of J. L.-r roneit aind 4'.. I ery, Ala.
the state, .i for th.' disrl.,,tion oui- .6ilaIir 1 th at."1.' .ira of 'iacitnati. is in tow n buying m loisi; -- --- --
ih.l-m throughout the state.. i'apitalistl :..t ,'.;." n iaua llli iht' ",ta.-ra I ha tlkiu ., .a nitaloupes. CREAMERY BUTTER
will noot insa'-st ill thso- inter-st. until i .1i .. :.',sh le-. ili rce-r st..Jersreyeity.iN.J. ik
S, The Carmichael and Son Co. keep
they t' assur.I th- h.t .... I i Best For THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED constantly on hand. receiving a fresh
witourhtieis w\ithi ,h.r. Th, lo.., it w ^The bowels HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS stpply every two days. delicious, pure
neighboring" sla.tes. "'h,-s. :l,,. l,,ll --B ( Georgia creamery butter. 25 cents per
litasaliat facts tilt t* Ill t.. 1. 1i01t I ..' .
are. taute :ll tth s .. atei nol ate i ,lil> ,=,1 W. I.. Yall'ce. P'allduah. Ky.. writes: pound. kept on lee. Phone No. 37.
inag inary lCn.gigs aill. in a u.ai CAN.Y CATM.I '"I hal a seve-re case of kidney disease
rr:m | e___it s tand thii e of the best e physicians inlR. D. FULLER,
v eorri' et llt. i.icondit is til it k %ill i! I Ii iR- U LER
If I aj. i s i i' kKeittucky Ire'ated ine without success.
f talkiee ti Ie s 11. Hi5. a l- u i~ ot!I then took F oley's Kidney Cure. The I D DENTIST*
Cf.o. t,- ri..Sa ,-..- illPI(.: i . '1:i-. P aIntP Palata. l t l el ,P t TastAOGnd. DoGood, tir.st bottle gave mlte immetditilate relief,
th*- thllir.t l ai t \\ollil,! ti 6 suil\ ,i, h l* 'icke 1,tot-r 1n W in iil, l o-r 1 "r, l. Ie 'sa. ,%r voor i*.
the things Ia wou I.. i,,. IT,-,, .....,i -It.tA,, 'i j ucu. atid three bohttl.s 'ur,.,t ni.) permanent- Offlle Over Munroe o & Chambllse
.-inl.-ri5ris.-s ii, hI I l .l.s \\,it l l ,.a- i : l i i"th..-e lo> ur ie ir .. i tny b.t.. in nrP ttll ur iirt
the tte reilri iliil Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. S l. I gladly re.nin-ndI this womler-I Bank. Ocala Florida.
thee state railroad tcnmitsn sitT MLLIOls T ful iemnv." S-sld ,y the tiostaffi'e -
make certain l arge int,-rio, t i,,\\i- 1. - f l r naIse,--e k t
ing intis ` fo a l' n c on- i ..1 ,1Al>iru g sto re A C
fring o ilt s t f ar in.st itii l~ i..- ,.i;.t t IiI.-, t- I ita rth F r l

the sl" of sh tslash <. th1" s).. !" Wh thsth DENTAL SURGEON 1
railroad .otmqu .ii,,ti :i, sht.i -,i .- Utiii. i' sti Il;i r.e nl e td.ia v Ofice Upstairs Commercial Bank
basis if j sli.- ..il ..,ui t~. ft ta.- iooii froi iI busili-ss triple to 1 Iale Building, Ocala, Florida.
S'ity. C I.- inn-liati ly .l.-pai.rl.' fior TERMS CASH
Nashville. T n l.l,{ I r \% ill tak- int
Supt. J. A. ..l. ll o ,1 h 0 .1, lhisttl- hi l, .*. .i .
W 'at.*r '4orks I,...,I t' I i.. ''...., -I i t*1- W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
,0 p to. as,, i.; .1....- tl.r ,f ,,m ,_CURES OLD SORES HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
td'haite .ii ....i. i. SURGEON

w iho wa.ti d i,.h, 1i. I: l.i.- : n .. :I .1 i t :. Ka ial attention given to the treat-
li:all.tlrd Stiai1 lo.iiini,-nt t',o.; Your Snowe meant of Chronic Diseases and Din-
the olner pl,.lut,, w. i. i p ,,k ,, ItL. I.inistunt .ur.i l an old siro,. tai the side eases of Women and Children.
troublle l4.- aus. ha'' tt l's'l at, ill. i- t t
t ork. mni. in*ii-lo th,., ith.y 1, ,1,n o i my -chiir that was supl'.osed to be a Ocala, Fla.
incllin-ed tlo lh.i,-d lh..l l..l ks ti, Il .., TO THE RESCUE i lirr. The se- ;ias stu,r anI lcffe over T)dings' Drugstore. Of-
SThis ki would not yiel to treatment until I lee hours from 8 a. m., to 12 m.:
This kinid ,of ib li~iis i ,. t will ,...u -s s....i- T h,. h ,. s tl.h.i .t Si,. r, i..du,1 ," lhl a lh.-.,
i h tri. e Siw I.iLinient. whillchi di1 the from 2 p. m. to 5 p. n..
er ..o latl..r it ., st :.i-t i l .1 i xl ixTh..s,. Th li sh, ult ct.i for ,ll th o ,rk in short orl er My sister. Mrs. Residence--No. 60 N. Main St., known
Th,. lp.eil.' Ih, \ ill ,1 ..k a, I I. ,k.1 Shia J. a';iarsoln. Allensville. Miffin s the Nash cotta e.
lril.vi' to ..,'i.t Taig .-u. h a.t 1 ,\ l ..t '',I ,..'.. lot >i,, andl oi s at the i t_. a.. has a s ne and ,ist-rusts -- - --
d e se ;.. I ht ti .
that it is ca :i ,-. PlI-,as. send hertz a
AN INSURANCE POLICY S-e. 1*l..." t ot by the Anti-Ntonop-
,-; ; s c > . Fo t r lo gslinntrr.
Ab s i -I '"ll if*o il 1;1. "lll* Its S 1\ .,- [I..\ !I :,, >'.', ";;'; ;:"f;.*: I -n. Isl. ill ,,,l,. l rl U III II.
1 ,nasa'-l i .tiaa li,. lI .. ,, ... : .:*' I ou it t lus. it "ase of
titi t- et t 5 . d i !.P. 4 :1- .,' ii wha hi F4Ru at* in SALE A. ''linmatel Jersey nilh-
!iI.t 11 lwef l ,- I hl si 1*- m .t ill. s* *'.. ,' 1 1 ,1 *l'" l-
s. a..s. ,ws. with yo.ungi calve-s ; alsoli limited
I 'nia ti Sut il.a.I
Sinumbenir of 1)urn.' pigs. If you want --
pr.esiii,, T:, ,.t...,nt ,,. ,., ,1: IHALL, RAWL8 & WHEELER s*i *- ta hi. t-n'i you
1 \, ill -.. t it, frlil I. W hitlwor,, th,


cga.aa .c-ll a- .'t i,, n:tIlAUl. V-1h. II I ,.
H--tat jt his 1,- %1 .4. i n. :.Is
61t 1.411 1 I us .--f 1is l ,i


1-eattang'A ni tie.- r iP, t-r- ft: n4 t

ih itaz t Igmf .'1 :1 of'Ih t; -11 : -
111411 c1* .t.- 1.41\ i To Sill. ~":






Octiv ai. I i' u.l W -,*-
th-- C l- -:I- Ill
r.1iiIlt.t It fl. au-i at .....la .l

hit' IAe-Ia.tUi-' li~t A.'I T
uhrLtj-l aik-I. ~c~ .''.



%f .slit.:c' 'ntI p- a


Like
a Comet
th~e skyr cf -.eal
TI h is ", rs a-r cyf he~aleths
to t::e weak and
famousremedv weary despon-
de: t vs;e;t:C.
curing all
Su.~:t3Cf : stomach
ltse'.. C h :!. t ut tra.b:.esand
sli'1 v discriered \ digestive
or overbut deed. disorders

Kodol
Ju;7.. s the ratu. i
C..s :.ie u. a c. :es

&:..4 :t r:;ctS C that
c:.; a -e A.. d i
rzt C: Z It -es
.z:~ c~ t: e fneart.
rer,\..3 d z.:!ss Aa:d


I. la. Well, tust phone
SUED BY HIS DOCTOR
-A '.1' '1" 1-:'- h. Is si.-.I taMl, fo1r j11

:',,: ,. hl..:l n;..: t,'i ." s.ii.i S I. W h\\' it". 4of
l- pj. th t' t H FA IR
.',i h i< i .,i!, .1 ; -k ill i > .|i" i ih,'. I
Isk. h;!i i it i \t a I'h*.:. .! I Dlia h a t i t e- ly
I:- ',.i. .,s I ha:,I g I ..s.h ti t .- T y! ge It there
lt- \* It1.-- i .i i \\ ,le :..| h,,. s.y Unl- l_ .- ---.
* .- th thh t it A ;.. ,, N 'I r

I W.W.Carman&Co-
,. : :.- h iY low.. :l.. t.-. It I: .o w a-d s k
fi;!s. si! I .y :; i: Likit';-s. You will find a well selected stock of


HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS

One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip
T!, k- ,'s ,li -.,:; -\... y W e i'. .i i-.ty :.l
SaI t.t, i.\ :- :;;,r ': 'i. ;t .Ixt,. ,t.4

*A .'.: *!,-. l :., k iK .1. 1 s.vY- ,- !n. f,!..Tii

,;*.i;.n S I. r .,: :,,". I:<-- .. : P .,.;--,:-
.- t:. : ". A '! ::," %. ;..

SMOKING IN A
Donwfrl uMAfIA 71l


F. L WATSO.


EL TROPICO


CIGAR FACTORY


Laker- of the
Makers of the


---


MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5c. Cigar


-0--


GRAND I


and
ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS


In Five Sizes

CHAL PEYSER Propr;otr-
Ocala. Florida.
_________________PEYS___R_ Pr"-ret


THE CARMICHAEL


"ED'S PLACE"
McGrath's Old Stand
wmszIBJ[ S~rmwui 'jkRl


&


Rebuilt, and Newly Furnmished
Fine Wines om f All Kinds for Family I'se. High ;r.adie Whiskiae.. ltI.iniidies.
etc.
l-e-r. Ale and So.-i a for F.anily Traile. The Pureot Liquiri tainable i l.-
Kept by I's. Skilled Bar Tealers. ci'ourtleous Tre:atlment Assmiil toA! .\11.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS

GROCERY STOX.J AT S A. A L. U TY
A Carefully Sel-cte-d Stiok of c;rtoerrl s; With Fl'r-e Delivery Spe'ial Atton-
tion < iveni to All Orders.
We doi the Large-st Mail orde-r Plusiness in the State. All rnl.- Fille,-d i o Re--
turn Train.

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

Ou Liquors, Wines and Beers are bought in
Car Load lots dtect, and our prices are the
Lowest.


RAILROAD COMMISSION
The state railroad commnis sion will
hold a session at White Spi ings on the
morning of June 2",. anid want repre-
se-ntatives of the 0al't!a Imboiar1 of tradql
., ith them.

ACUTE RHEUMATISM
Iweep. tearing or wrenching pains. oc-
casionedl by g-tting wet through; worse
when at rest. or ,on first moving the
limbs, or in cld or dlamp w-eather. is
,luickly curii- by Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment. 4os.',ar *le.sin. Gi.ibson City. Ill..
\\rites. February ,; 1'.'-2: "'A year ago
I was troulle-di with a pairl in my back.
It n ot soon ot s, b:a- I ciul not bend
vetr. Caon tle h.,t.tl f P..allarl'.s Snow
Luiiam-nt cure-i me." "';.. r.'l. and 31.
S4d,1 by the Anti-Motioi.,ly IPrug.tori.

FOR SALE -Chealp, for cash. a com-
plete set of Enc'ycl.ipaE-dia Britanica.
full sheep binding. Apply to IMrs. J. C.
Porter. or to J. H. Benjamin, a Star


offi< e.


groceries at SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
CARMAN A CO'S., CHOICE LAND FOR SALE
For 4sal, 75 a,-res of as good land as
.n North Main St.. north of city mar For se 7 a s od ld
c':in be had in Mari.on county. discrib-
(ret.
'peciaed: W'2 of n-\a se"' 19. tp 14. s, r 22
e; or lying along the Gain-svlle road
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, about 41. or f\ve miles from Ocala.
CHICKENS AND EGGS Here is a chance, fr It will be sold
Remember the place and rest assur- ch'ap for cash. Inquire of the Star
-*t we will treat you right. office. Ocala. Fla.
-41 e Ai',l reatyou-ight


W. W. 'ARINIAN' &7a.


IIVFRVI A PnnnlllIHFlA


REVOLUTION IMMINENT
A sur,- s.!n .f a;- lr,- hlng revolt and]
.e.ri. u.- I ,-,u, : m :n yvur ya t ;-ir. i;s r r-
~!- Q -all : . l M. h .ll.


air/ ;


SON CO.

"mfelrmrJ bl tI Mr aMAi ,
A.Mrrs ,/ MW.."- 3S1



marliaml



Club

Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. A It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought
to ripeness. It
is "written down
old with all the
characters of
age" -melaow
ness, ripenecs,
flavor.
There are several o-
called "Club" 'his-
keys that are not
Maryland Club. You
can tell itby the taste.


The Leder in Ice Cresm
WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION

-VELVET BRAND

("r,lpr.s fill.,l -I on *.-rii:i! in thy quan-
ti t ,y l.uired.


PLEASED CUSTOMERS

Tell more g(ood tales about our candy
thaln w.t wou irdll are to print. even with
mr-i**sy letaV'ened with pride. If you
arant to know the merits of our confec-
tonery--;,:rity, delli.louas.ess. sweet-
neas. taste a.4 to form and make-you
h:-v- only to ask tnosel who buy, eat
an I delight In Lowney's sweetmeats
-At-
CHAS. E. TAYLOR'S.


We Are Stil HIrthl.

and supplying buillers with the ve
best .s rJ.s-n-d lunmbr for every per-
,po.. While the demrn-nds i f our cue-
torne-rs ar- great we hive disaappolt-
ed no one anJd re glj to t.te tst that ar
efforts to me-t the de-ire for :a gr-jd


mmmm


OCALA EVENING $TAM TUES)DAY, JUNE 14, 1904


~II- t%-t- U.St xf l [Plitt-


ca a. Florida.


I I .I


I


PAGE TWO


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OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY. JUNE 14. 1~ P~ TN


AA E S I ANOTHER WAREHOUSE

Hubtinrd and Mai-Duff hav- s-urie-l
F'reib imnes at Taylos'a. (thi- sp;ie'ious r wiarehouse- r-.-e-ntly v. -
:- ateltd by A. lBrown andl ito.,. it the A. '
Woodmnwn nmewt this eveningtn. '. L. iepot, nilll atie- liw storiing mnui h
-- -- reif their he:av) gooIls. the-t.-. whi.h is a.
The clty -council will meet tonight. :great time- an.i mone-y s.1v\-r to th-ii.
h --- _- s- Hubloaid ;rli Mi;.i) uf ;it- now il' unloa.il-
Telegeoi*e IC. if you want paInting inK a ,-arloailed of ieie-. Th.-y iinlo,0i,0-!


Fsiartkie Hart is It ft todl.y for St.


la 'ar of Ame-ri, an Fi-ld fe-n-ing i :t-
Surday alit will have- i iil a.a otf s.tsh
allid dool- iill a d lay or twso.


TO GIVE AWAY LAUNDRY IMPROVEMENTS
t'Proprietior E. M. Howard of the
S ., .*.." ,. st-.min launiry hasi hadi the shiri-
Tw tlvy-fiv,- ,I..,-irtll0!- bull-tlitn lots to
:!- i i oof Iloin orff of the- l.,undlry building
SN. 5. it. and a asileI,41,t iwl iron rxoof put ou.
H- i- :,;so --r-ctinlg on the rear of the-
lHu l.~i:g a:i ."-xt4 foot :al.lition. whi.h
WOODMEN MIEETING "'ill .lso" be- *'overe-1 ith iron. Mr.
,il h -Hot;ir-1 is putting ir ;, number oif new
R.-ul.r In thly rn.-.-'i ,, of ort 'improve-d ma-hin:-s. of w hi,'h mnore
Ki a ,PI. ,. 1. \r.'. .- .. \ .i t 1h h '- ill ii o ii )wht'i th y mr,- insti llted.


MCIVER & MACKAY


Ocala, Florida


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Mach y

Waons. But''ies. Phaetoans. Su ev. Ca.triarm


...... !YONGE. THE PLUMBER
-- -- ,DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED ,d,-, .i ,- hasA..,t At,.l .est. Working
F. Taylor hal freoh lines for limle- ly ts apilie.ations. ;. they .antit 'r gl lry, -t.. Seth in-r plumber of hARN AN AR ALL KI
ic *^ _,.h thi.na. te l .isas-i prtion elf th- -.ar. 4,1.t. .
" K Thor*- is ,only on- w :ay to cure It-l.dafit-s.
S S. J. Wstkit.s sf tIlIvi. is at the a f that is by T .tu ;i ra l he-nt fR 1 Mr. .nt Mis. T. C. Hall and daugh- l4d Mt--s E K U? jS$ f
Mootezuma. lT..afll-. ss ais. e.u-,.l My an inflame .! ,on- T. t. Tr,,xler. Agrit fur Huylr'. -s .Miss .-ul.ih. at, , ,ll ying th 41e r- E v1 Ka
dlition of th iuwi.ous lining of the- -us- -2andy. Fresh Shipments Received !,i. n..f,.it .-xt-ri.so-s of th,- University
The Montiesma had thirty-tivj ar- tachian Tub-. Wh-n this tub.- is in-Weef ly.l oitrbla :,t L.aike. 'ity. where .Mr. and
rivals y-.m.-rday. Ithanm-d y.ou have a;I humbling s-ouil or l JERSEY MILCH COWS .Mirs. Hill s sun. Troy. is a student. M J I J J.L I J J!
.-. in.. .. ..ini, h-irf- t. h,-;ta ing. :ail when- l it i -n- 1Mrsis. H.llit :nl .l.iughter. after corn-
IThe M elegAnt display of cady tihe-lv l***aels. rt-I Sis the-nesult.an I. t. *. j.:si ;.. .. ,. ..: I. *-'en->nr .' ris.rs. will troe'd Oo 4TS t)
is 1ow1 at UUfe'. unlal.- the- ithtl iiaii;ati,,n ..vn bI t.tke-n \It|,|,,i ,;.i,,.t, th0 h..t ,n,, ,,- southt h '-Prosalitt t s-n.l the A&ummCr.o PIl
.- .,out :silld this tubtw rtstoreivl too its laor- J * t., thi
I'. I. H Winthittorik o tl f .riffin. .a., is at. mi.l It.nilidtinl,. h., ring will ,e ,dI-st eroy- ,P o .. -. h ,-^ ,,i ,o- .. J. R. M. rtinar Thursday and rl Friday I offtr a
(the haia I ioumi. el f,.ore-v-r. Nin- e.w-s out of tepn ar*- ,, lin- of tfloeirs. ribbons and trinim-
au.e t o by Catarrh. which is no.thir u -" ii t4 *t .i" ,ings. of Al ki ndsi.at n hen oi 0loo tcyqt.
ThIe -ala iHo.w hat t -ighte-d-n :tr- hut an iutini-,l ,-eiialition of the mu. NOTICE ti o .los out stock. Mrs. Minni A. Ho-
rtvals yeste-iday. .ous s-rvi -.. tik.-
\\' will g Just received. fresh limes, for lime- ffor nilly ...se- of I-;tfness (.caus..d i bv 7 i 1.1K i s ll i gu itI | l i *;t sh- i.k. .. Arka urr and little
a&g C. E. Taylor. ,-;,tarrho that 'an innot cuted bly Hialrl iks ,.:.,i r. The.. e... t i.s ,:., ay ,s *l..u .ht. of N. Yo k. w ho have b ni
ta. lrrh 'ur*-. Se-nti for circula s. fro, ,,ssibl,-l.i. ,-.,.is tlh,.e \\ill h. i... Wl sple*ui'nlg s-V.'ral rnmnths .;it (Ozello..
-dweard Holdter end .if.- of iunnel- I. .I. h,.1 ,*h -. llo I t .. To,,Il,,e. rs -l aii '-t i.: -. .- t I itt ..'iii tiI. 1'. u\ t Iy l ft fi W York.
kIn ag*- a thi- 4<>ala flibo;s*e-. l 9 \ lit 4A'sl.ts.. ,e.. l it hei s.e. --.r.
... .."7W. l F.11%lls ily i'll its ilt- lh. ,o- t. I'pitlYoi,. \.ilini s. tl. ,.-,.s ., .l9 l ,,..s. it :L t.i w \ ilth h-r. :al-I will ren>;in
flr. I-lair il:i'a e -i .Pilr-s on;al is it .. -
.:* is i,'ll_ .iltt .l i.ittl. i I oth i' ll, '',- 1 s
to lto--i.tsutg Saturiday night. WEATHER FORECAST i .t iil ,,, .
---j s M. il.. \oiiii..A. I, ..ti,. i WANT 'D -.ollo biush-Is.l of Irish po--
Work done by Sternberger In paint- VWailhington.. Junt- 14. PI tl ly- loui.I y 1 tate t-s. Will pl,.: highest inrket price.V
ag and papierint guaranteed. tonight :an ~e.,nl.d.iy: sho...s west- .. L. Ity4,. ,,, ili:4. I,,r h. t. A1,,ly to. Asher Frank. Box 577. Ocala,
.. d y I**.. %%'as. A. .. s in ow tol.y anl r is- Fla.
Sanford l "May of Jackwinvili ile s a. .. i i tl:.'l rgis-IFa
. ..u t,.r,.,l .11 til l *<.:ilid, tia., .. .. H ous | .
guest of the- <4k'ala House. Please ask your physician to send or _1 Mi. H;atti.- I y-. otlie- of the aecom- !
R --. --l w.ll .r Khleave your pre.i'rlptions and od-- s for ,The, Mirii.,n itr,,, i,- ,,,nn i lisht t,'hr.,t th. l-i Hith !V IC IC C X C U r t iI11^oH
Rev., Jio, et lie -lievit-u ni.ill11-rac..h .drugs wi'h u. We ive 'ar t-sld- wi ii : I' i I3 ey ih.t t-,r s te give ar-ful attef T-P i n in 1: , a i sy f itthier s t h a l H Pic
ait I.ake Ve ir se*-1t Sunldlay. thon. pronipt delivery aind the lo est of .iii ,e h ,'- ,,i* ,il. ,,. f it r,. n i,. 1pip, A liI thoe St. Louis f:iir. Ito e i. bsernt for
.- pri'Bces. Tydings & Co.. phoite No. 30. l'hisi. e iii alny is i ig ,a si.l. .,li 5veri l months.
Beat work in painting and paper- I
hanging done by Ster .rger1r. JMrs. H .-nt rly l bllin.s*in i J;..'k...l'ille vl e Mi s. \V. J. *h:.i "imh ,s eiiter in lher ~ IA
is..i visitulcg h,.i ,I;iit ghlrat .-i M r A I1. ....i liii, h, i ll ill, y,|-4. fri- i l, s.l l;,s t i h fully
W'. to. Ca': ln e-nt I.t J:a,-ksGe vilie- yv. ..S- ayli. .si'. ill Is jicin,-,Il ier il ii s,,-ilili- i. *his fl.i. l i i ihh, m I t ii ht ;i h- r hl l lss ,t Fort K lg K1311
ler day tot have his -V-yes tre-te-l. f,-.w ,lys tI.y r. It. 4linsos hl i s-

When Ii. doubt. amoke the Milo Deyo ,Is. N.ilii .i. IA ,stick t" "1T.osII- k, SOMETHING NEW IN OCALA
S. cigar. All principa dealers. Thurs.'a.y asi.. Fliil.iy. Aig ihInlitS A .s.. .,t k that he-:as. If vou areo
6 W J.. H ntie- ;it :i Sam T.1 -ell of t i .t l. I i. ,11 ;
s. .n, i. l ,, ,.si,. i. ; :it'i h-0si-ii4 4 ,!" ,ilt.-st lbe- .iti kilt.le-ti sin.r lI-t us fix it. ain. ia
4 I\\*..1ii h I3i.lisi.'M. t4l *. V. M illeiri in .k* w hoe t t;it- a1 ;i t-If.ililv. ai l noti l "t
S.....A... ,. .. .,tthe- ,.....,,, .. ff,. t ; f.r'il '1' ily. 'tf t,:iyIl ';; . .t.l th ,w I'*I, 1- Under the auspices of the Ocala Churches
-*ti.A. l-rd to( h ;, .h \ ,i,. hori.ii Pl hinithe y 11! -l.r h' -o.
Natliu1si lt;leik i- iii J ,k oi4nvill. ,i. lls.let.-.4nt t f llge ti fr tel li t feloir
4in 1lt1hs. M.r. -ff-rt \\ ill geo Ieik .41ntl .-
1l.A of .:tati
Fo.. W. have just received a large ship- W e P. ED W A R D S Sol-
For reliable sIainting aand papering ment of Tablets and Envelopes of all At te City Ma et
see J. Starr Sterel.wrger. phone 116. sizes and grades:; also all kinds of Sta- At the City Market
isu Iehe l- ,netr is ttitoners' supplies. Call and get prices. FreSh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetables A TTR A CTION S
Mio w Itl.,,h" liall of :'an.it r i.s the iOcala News Company. ii AT
gue"t Go tMrs. Alfrted- Ar.- this w04*-ek. A7 L ATO

t.. ith.... o. :a-...Os...... . ..i ..s 1 ,,:.'. ,,, ,. City and Country Trade Solicited m Boating, Bath ing, Races, Fish Fry. Ice
rity with .4 tirh of lii J.e,-ss. i, ,., i,... i.v :t. :l s :ra,..ks- J,.
vill.- :in. Miss J..-ss.. i-...u M;iionFr of F t vr 2 .Cream Soda W after and Refresh-
Geri'.. Witch Hazel Soap. best for *li". m Stand
hard iater. Try it. Postoffl'e Drug- -- .. m ent an
Ice -re:m at Troxier's. The season **-
lee-r'ejana.t :"'."t -t tt' J Special Sale e Ocala band will attend and give selections
J. W. J.:4-kseoti. the w%- el knownntlhe n:t.lst that le
ln.rnt ..,, ,.... ,set. ,,s ,grei unts a make it. can be had at O Sew ing MC h nes during the day.
l ...'..iv r .... of S.,.............s i Sg M aih es I is-r. e a

I s. I.: -t.'. s :,lll. ss Mrs. i. 1.. M%10I'0 s.A.;ll te i t ool.:y f'i We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-s-ome
bmnkl: i- as ai l. z. o. he-r his heoei.i in .lliss.mi. \\hi.h si,. out little-at we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
blanket: c.a wit ;s strand new. or- Z 4 h ., i % X .. littU9 I ^ I
hllis not seel- iieItny Ne-.i .s. She- %ill been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re-
.sls.o ta.,k." Il ith. \Wrl.is F,'sii ti S t. placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried 1
J:,es Roa.h et f th- ',ta-.t ,ct ;, l ui.s. and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
S .. ,, and tried, if desired.
gla Ky... was :t the- *si-a st. House- ves- -
..ar. l .- lo-t of i\ Iti.iaphoiphone re- We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12, -
Soils ltst e-.ti,,ons. just Iee-'i.'l .it and each is a bargain at the price. Eight hours of solid pleasure on one o
HAV FOR AI.F--A 7 en theI s,.e.l: urintui. ',iompny. We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and W;I.
hundred ighht. !. H ait.,kill. Me- i son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment. thful la
l. The te-..h zrs i gi-ling .-oininitto,-e. Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records for ti. u i
4 4etitl tilig iot o Proof. 44 t It I ti.'le-. i411
-. ... SPECIAL ATTE.. .'ION TO MAIL ORDERS
Mrs. N. I. ,;.ttlie..h .en.i hlaughtr. .t4 I .M1s. N.lie. St.. **.nI M'liss I at- Adlults --- ----------- .----------30 centS round trip
r.,,t.. hav- go.. .0 s.v;nn.h l visiL l **'i. a-. t i-t-air wk. tllFunitu e and Ho tus Fustf lsh ig Goods atE Children (between 5 and 152) -------- 15 cents round trij
Th-.e ,,....s.J.:-: ,',ny,.>nsup- Train leaves ( h-ala at 7:45 a m.
Sticky ~, y a, r and f.o, r wax. Fresh ,ply fI ,,, *,,e ,urt t,, e-v,,,- '..,- "SM ITH S .vs ak Weir at :(M) p. n.
etork just received. Tydings & Co., ,lois ,f milk lei .Ly. l'.i ties -.n get etriig eav ,ake Weir
phone No. 30 milk. l*elthel ittter liy ,imr "f si.l,,ry O ca la Fi E Tickets il sale at O.ala Hoise- and Depot.
hy se-tling lo the- -liey; i'.0sh North Ca l n jrn iTU r6 0O *
Nothlng as gso,.l for o-nnolsseure as H l Ollllite_ 0 f Arril Iilt -- PvH. l. it l, Re''. .
S trand Rval t.... cigar. s..ld by all Eiiiitt t Arra ent -Rev. ittle Rev L. W.
lprinrs pal d r".."" M.."i Mis i i.-i i |||FRUIT T i BREAKFAST TABL ,,,EM. Rev. _. liuid.av. H. C. rov ad
M. M.K 3'i .-'. ht ,i.< ,'. i..,! the .,e. l ,.,tt l -,t Its e'hi, s si-, l St. .,,|i i n U. I1I .w mI-
.~iI ci , s .-l *- ':tl \- ,'ki s H***k
1'.eei pfotpe 't In3 the' 54,.. Hsi.l w'i l .4t14,1 i a i
nmov.d int, ift Dame. the -re:m man. h:.s fitt I tap M ** Pe*lvdes iU OwU R*msdles WhiloPh I-f S
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ex*ch:tagep f c'I ti-w oieI"s :at tlh' t .il.i
Pturiilur t 'o ii.iIty.

On Thui*>-i.et .1t4ii-l -' ,.1y. it-.. y-ov -
We.ar hats ll-t .4 e'- ,,s. .lel h. ;it sIt.
ir". iMi'111w A lto i.k

M'elver and Ma.iKay have just re-
ceived tinome of the hianidsomenet ladies'
deske ever seen in Florida.

lo ing outt ,it .st c'hili' i' s hats,
t.baty -.:tp I.- fa. fir Thurl.s i, I
day Mrs. Ml 3lii.-k. lt.s l;.k

Lavender. for kt-91ing imoths out of
your o eeul-n goa.tS Nothting else. so
good. Poeltaofftlee rugstore.

The excellent cigars m.ie by Charles
PFeier. the Milo l'eyo and .'ranJ Roy-
l. can be had at the Ocala Neas Co.

HAY tOR SALE. At my barn in
dl'lx atl if ; ..--lti sr Its aale- P stliil-s -


rn-ik. his izslilS .4eriy :s''e toluish
these .s. hoa.,e sseeking summer i fresh -



thi.' ait%.

Tprke-sst--n i flue Ibestricyer. foar springe
houote '.lt'.utiz cl-e.mt t- i. e--o,'.r,'.5ive
hfl.nd-le ith toisa i3buas.t indin-1 4. tv. No'.'
it. the time Is use it: 25 ci VP. Ty-
- Jitugs & Cos.. phtme No. 30.

AtTiu! .tfNIa -- -



The l'i4ce
To Find
Ru g-.
Pretty Frame Moul-lings.
Hinmmi-.kq,
is1 at J. A. Pittman andSi on~s.


Aside from the pleasure of ea-tng
seasonable fruits before l *.-t.':ni. the
first meal of the day, the's .:-tom has
undoubtedly arisen fro:n the we. known
fact that nearly all fru:t and ru.re par-
ticularly plums and PRUNES ..nta:n
Natural laxative pr:nc:p:es wh'i.h act
directly on the stomah a.ind b>..wel.
Constipation. that dread ..:- '. trouble-
some complaint wh:ch is und.'ubtedly
the basic cause of r.:r--'er:-:i.s of the
dyspepsia, ind:gest.;o'. t -. I :-=e .etc.,
so prevalent among <.::r c,-;e to-day,
and which, if ne'-cc:e.. 'v :.eads
to more co;np!:.cate ..ui'. -ernous or-
ganic disease-;, can s :-' t- :'reventcd,
and when no: t ,o ff.- ..!.v.t.iced ,..n be
absolutely !.:eed bv.- he '.: d -'..':s use
of the mod-rn laxative and catmartic
Califo.rnia Prune Wafers.
They are not a patent medicine in
the ordinary sense of the word. being
Compounded from fre.h Ca::frr.ia
Prunes, wh:ch every inte::zcent person
I knowiss truly nature', laxat've
A da:ntv little wafer, a.wavys the
same, co:npounded in a h:gh-y con-


centrated form from fresh Calftorsl
Prunes. they are a natural dissolvent
acting on the contents of the stomach
and bowels and not on the organ
themselves
They regulate the Liver and Stoe
ach. Cleanse the System and Purif
the B:ood. Cure all Bowel Troubles
Biliousness, Bad Breath, Bad Blood
W:nd on the Stomach. Bloated Bowels
Foul Moth. Headache, Indigestion
Pimp:es and D:zziness.
Ever-v. household should have it
fa-y:v pa. kage of CALIFORNI.
PRUNE WAFERS, and at the fin
sit::nf approaching illness. or who
un-!t r "e weather, take a couple i
w.ifers. and e d,'.or'- bills will soo
be rr :Th .-r.a::er thia they are now.
Vonu can eat what you please if vo
fo::';w eAh meal with a JALIFORNI
PRUNE WAFER. which quickly di
s<,*-es the most indigestible food. an
help, to ,.ar-v it through and out of th
sv,:em in a gentle and hblthfil mat
ner, w.::hout the slightest pain. griple
or nausea. 100 Wafers for 25c.


Mrs. P. L. W.its.onr h.t, sn. to J.t k-
sn\le- t,,o visit h-r nioth--r. .i -njioy


Re MARTIN & CO.


th.- rl., uss i th- -te.- i' t

Fr-r 11 hheir. I f..r CENERAL


I7t.e sfl- .y.%shn
:,i: I -i., .r -I-- !--7-. ft a nm U eU


wiri e t.,flk h., 1 1"te.-. '4fl,.4' .1
I-Oale.r t- r i e' th. r4,.att-r ;'o.-
righte--.

WANTFD-Ik-?, --tag..l5r'm
--.ttaga. NMuat t-'. :n g I.$. l~*'altV an-I
if muitad'le 'i',UIllibuy. L:.~ it tthis
office.-.


LIVERYMEN
s & Bi...aad T-ai
mat i HocHms, iek.
WM A M EAM MA


FINE VEHIULt5, lFAI IHO
Hones and Mle for Sal ,Hum
Boarded by theMlmth at Smecbl Raft

J. R. MARTIN & CO.


T. W SMITH & COMPANY


at All Times.


FRUIT IS NATURE'S LAXATIVE


OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY. JUNE 14.1904


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P A G E~ ~~~ F O U O C L E V N N S T A R, T U S D Y J U N 14 1 g_ _~_


Vacation Days in



COLORADO


1. iu:ii ;Z 't. li2 '99.9 !.' I: ,
Il 1.9911. 1. '


; ., ith' T9.r -
. I:.. Lr !-. fill


Through Sleeper service From

St. Louis and Memphis Every Day


LOW RATES ALL SUMMER

GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT
; .- I A .! l' t. As '..


A tl i l:i. ,..


I


Atlantic


Coast


Lint


WORLD'S FA RATES


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, 5 days

Special ten day coach excursions at ve

low rates
ThrouF h sl'.<[.,s f In k ,\ n',. t' St. L.,ui vii: M ,4itg.m L .uii \ iti. I I I:.. .1 '*l i\i,- I'* i .*
For f sI th*-: intj.: In >t1i'.:1 S-* '. J. If Ii.-h .\i t 1 .lA a.






LOW RATES

TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.




U~~CK *IS will be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday during months of June, July, Au-
gust and S ptenber from points in the Southeast,
at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
days.

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


RI O


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

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


omomomomomomomomom o*mo *MGM


SEABOARD.

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

TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

e Seaboard Express,
Seaboard Mail.

SntODERN PULL.IAN EQUIPMENT.


* ONLY LINE OPERATING
* Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson- U
ville to New Orleans.
SFo fall information ani S:*por R servations. call on any Agent
U Sealtxari, cr write
SA. O. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
* Jacksonville. Fla. U
S C. BOTLSY T N. JR. PaMenger Agnt. Jicksonvllle Fla
M*S*UMSe@e*l Ue.. eogIUOIEle


CHILDREN'S DAY AT MOSS BLUFF


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OBSTINACY OR DETERMINATION?

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A COSTLY MISTAKE


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A RARE OPPORTUNITY




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FOR A HUNDRED YEARS

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I


Opposite City Hall


P. O. Box 374


H. R. HUNTER

: ::: GUN 1 :--
-and--

LOCK6SMITH
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 follows La Orippe
but never follows the use of

FOLEY'S Honey
FOLEY'Sn Tar
It stops the Cough and heals the luag
Prevents Pneumonia and Consumpttoa
Ms VacesS, of 157 Osgood St.. Chice
wrisa: "My wife bad ia gr.pp and It left
with a vary bad congh on her lIa w kb
9av Non=s Ano Ua o T en eaod eomplip,"l
T .- '. . : F a.


I A T'1o.. Rw.


POPULAR


-TO-


And Retrn


Sleeplessness
Is akin to inanity Many a woman re.
ables thi as she ies awake boar by hour,
Seopling the
k s wot wito h
phantoms. star




h delicate womsnly
og e and tea -
coanstant drain t
g of the it ad

S incme by slee
.to ..
organs. and a
con tant dain of
the vital asd
aerrus forans.
This condition
cannot be over-
\ come by7sleeping
o Fano ebr a. The
tion must be
ca ed befae the
disease a re
moved.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrtptlo cesum
the womanly diseases which cause nery-
ouness and sleeplessness It is the best
of tonics and invigurants nourishing the
nerves encouragmni the apped sand in-
ducing refreshing sleep.
8""0 R.._- I.. .-- ,,,

Proprietor and makers of Dr. Piece's
Pavorite Prescription now feel fully war
ranted in offering to pay S$oo in legal
money of the U united States for any case o
Leuc.rrhea, Female Weak nes, Prolapsus.
or Facing of Womb. which they cannot
cure A'l there rak is a fair sad reasonable
trial of their mean-t of cure
.My wife was sick for over eigleht yers writ
Albert It Fulte rEsq ,f Attamont Gruady Cao
Tenn -She ha uterine disease sad wastreate
by tw, phyvst n s. aq d got no rdief At l I
read a.'0ri Dr. Pierce s medicMes and we do
cided t, try hi- Pavorite Prescription at
to the ',ug store danM .ot one bottle and the .rat
dose ga.e t send sleep Sht had not ap sa
for three nights Being sure that it would cunre
her I emt for Afie more bottles and when s
had taken the sixth bttle she was sound a"
well.-
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be
used with "FAvorite Prescription" whem.
ever a .azative s required.

N TI* F i ; "" \ 1Pl' ll' ".TI, *N" F\ R i
T,.: S i...i.d i.f % l,,'i tlf.
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Nt ..... ,I th d,,y f July.A..
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STh cI..sniIt I l.' t s fets chi-*res
nt I ..ll. 'i t i :i i ... ll ,r h ikr 's .d t'l-
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bl,.. : ro ',ki har. rt .,y f July. s.
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t... ti ti ll h L.rt of 'h sttl A. D.
t~ h i II .- 1 t I i # -f Juni-. A. D.
!ver". T. justr d by McIk.
< '. '.i t t. a i '" .. F l..

Thi handsm,.st llr.( o' .;uffets chl-
na los.I .!inime ,)nm -hairs and ta-
bles, ro, king ,.hahrs. reception chairs.
;.is that this portin of *he state has
eve-r s,-(,n just received by Melver &
.,'a Kay.


0 WJ. A L A. K" iI G~

HAvt you paid your Star due"'
Wanted-A well dinner. . rM
Aternberg'r.
*?$000 No. shingles cheap.3. 4 3arr
Sternberger.
Mrs. Lucy Mack of Morrist s dam-
gertwsly ill.


Several new cottages for rent. L
Special Train via Sothern Railway Starr St
Mrs. IL A. Hall. who has bees very
Leave Jack.',snville ...... ....... ........... ......9 : *, a. m. ill. is improving slowly.
Arrive Maeon ....................... ...... ........ 4:) p. m.For Sale Cheap
Arrive Atlanta.... ........... .. ... ... ......;30 p. Inm. .
Tickets gt)d to return on any regular train up to and including train l J arr trnb
leavivne Maon 2.15 a. m.. and Atlanta 11 . im.. m Su.,J.t. June 19. ....v.. u ....i- .,.. .-.. f -


Furth.-r Infoirma.ti..n furnished uLpon app.ltl-atihi Passenger 4&'ffi.e. l0S
W~rst 1(lay strv-et. Telsw-phpnte -.3.


**C'eSn. fiJ. SW 59...rs. a
full Suppiy o fish. be-ef. ork. etc.


*Fine roe shad every other day at
J. C. LUSK, D t p A Tompkins' stall. No. city market
Jake Thoma* .and Eli Burnett ae
-Ja-C-Me.OP Fla. .hipendling .an outing in Jacksoonville.
S-- -- -- h----- ihei'e Fri.a beef. 'hil'kens. eqgm

cery.
,.nI >,,untry pr,.N u ,k, at H -lland't "a-

SEABOARD i
Quite : large number took in the
EA A B A A. L t-x.ur-ion to J.iacklnvile yester-
A a VP% ,LaY .


.Mi. Su.ie 'rnt.l le:tav-. for hritfn
Si.lrings Thursd*ay tt spendl the sum-
mt.r.


SPECIAL RATES


Quit talking about other people.
$45.56-ST. LOUIS, MO, AND RE- Tickets on sale daily, beginning April Qu etitin the Irn yut are talkipe
TURN 25; limited to December 15. returning. b out is far your up rior.
;about is far your superior.
$38-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN Tickets on sale daily, beginning April lathe M k
n. .. .Ca ..i at the Mach ttous S, e.
25:; limited returning 60 day from be odn d oard r
dateof ale.ortable lodging and oadwa t r
date of saln ible rates. West Broadway.


$2420-CINCINNATI, 0, AND RE-
TURN. -


$15.10 TO NASHVILLE and Return:


Tickets on sale July 18 and 17: limit-
ed returning to July 25. Extension
obtainable.
Tickets on sale June 10 to 15. Inclus-
ive. limited returning to June IS. Ex-
tension obtainable.


Remember the gloriot. s Fourth of
July. She i. %iell on fot ;ntl every-
thing plImnts ti a gt IM tinfe.
Ice cream ,of all flavors every da
at Tompkins and Rrot*ks lee cre
garr'len. (;o and enjoy yourself.


*Keep in memory that the Mack
Florid E st Coast Ry '" furishe' l at th fowing
Si t hour., from 7 to from 12 to 1, and T

LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. h Effect June 4,1904. '"
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as 1 ,Ar.......... MLami ... .... ... LT. 70V


9 SANWW 35aINOU. OlhNG3 CIT 1 a7 CR.
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ISa3......... Yfsms .10 Of t U3J Sg~p In.Lu N.mp rl Soo
!3 j... I It2a L k3lks Ar: in"
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Bod olyIPfw Doly a" Uiitw
0ra ISO IBp s
Up pDl. *r~ ms4 Oa13r Sp S


PIUHMUSUAM A OIKUTAL STE[AUSMSP COMICISN AT WADS.
OM M Bve n u.AT mWIn,. nuauM wM THE L...L. eUPWM isa
HAVANA AND KEY WEST
ramninbies ss tiem ISw aoa" Meh Us majr e ox eelto ~.arflve and &p t
:rr"*8==b4r asmdelay ow'any ctnmquear* ariaS, rther-e
bew


t Per Oeor e tek LOOAL TIMs C
! ".XXm Tri TICK]
SI 2>. ARNA, ALS. Oe. amW. As


Atlantic Coast Line


-.i.1 t1 .rwi. W. P W eIiopgft-y's lfo
*irt-,e-tsking. All ebrirs tll.* wilk
'lirsispctsh an.Ii nw-.tne-4-. West Broad-


F,R RENT-Three !-room homes;
tw, 3-room houses: sone 4-room hnboe;
-,ne 5-room house. J. Starr Steraber-
cer.
*Fresh water bream and trout, =M
water trout. sheephead and hase .m
salt cured mullet and fresh oyster at
Jake Thomas. market
Wt- un-lerstalnd from a reliable source
that the-re will b; an -xc-ur.ion to thiM
c-ity M.mnl.;y. the- 2-th. c .ninil frost
':;tl.ttk.t. The. heys :rI' looking for a
hi1 timn-.
*I ;reen, the lightning shaver. Cal
and try his shave and hair cut and ye
will always come. Shave. lIe.: alr
rut. "-';.: honing razor. 2Sc.; coneav
razor. 7.w,'. All work first clasm. Me
long *l,'cly; two ,chairs. Next loer t
Albrstine Smith. on West Broadway.

The Ky;,l I:-n-fit .1o'i-t(y s*ylnds in
the f,re-mstt rank in Its work. Her
mi-mbersthip, in-re,:..s il..ily. .n.l .shows
.signs of life, activity and plrgr'rniwve-
i-ss.. R. A. Hall i. pushingf it to the
front.
*F. Mention, the hustling grocer. ha
enlharl-,l his busin-ess an-d is ready to
supply the public in choice grocerie.
vege-tables, cool drinks. 'onfotionery,
etc. Fr-ee- llivery wagon. Tour or-
Jer s .-li iitel. Iron building. Soutb
Main street.
The Peninsular In-lustrial Insurance
*',,lmpan9y s. having unbounded suc'ce-
iii i -ala. It holds its own ,exc-,ditgly
w-ll nr,,l promptly payr oiff its bill.
M.-sars. Brockingrtoon .ind *'olling are
spa;tring no p.iiis to s.ucctee-l on every
line.


A FRIGHTENED HORSE


MILD or Othor InfrmsaA~sRunniung like matl down the street.
IT AGENT.- dumpl.ing th#, e o-4u5,antv. or a buadred
6mL. 6T. AUGUBTI!I, FLA. 'either acieJero are everyday occur-
-no-ov. It toohe..*veu everybody to have
'A rell afle Selve handy and there's nnom
Qailn-i ge4l as Flu' koen's Arnka aSve.
RAilway Enuta. e ,resi. Euzema. Piles dim-
:I; ; oir ejuiakly under its soothing of-
te~. t at.. t the Anti-XMopsoIy [iruf-


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.


For Rh-:;- Palatka. Jacksonville and
all poirs .a -.st. Also for Ma.-on. At-
l.ir.ta. Nas.,vzlie. C*hicago. via Dixie
Flyer route.
F,,r Lee-sburg. Croom. Trilby. Brooks-
vi.;-. Tari.on Springs. B-.i-air. St. Petersburg, Lakrlan J.
Tampa. anJ IntermeJiate points.
For Julahte. Gulf Jun. tion. Homrnosas-
sa anTrl interme-iate points.
ror Ju:lette. High Springs. Live Oak.
LD)L;.r-t. Waycross and all points east
anI .%-sqt.


can Oup~l


REAL ESTATE AND INSURAMCI
F. W. Ditte, Reem 1Z, Mershia."i
sleek. Oaala, FaF.,
For lots to hul l on, from $I0 to 3U6
houses to live in. from $75 to $l1ea
Som- of these go for cash and sgmg
on ,-asy terms. I warrant all titles
CALL AT ONCi

ATLANTIC COAST LINE
WORLD'S FAIR RATV


EXCURSION


MACON


ATLANTA


- $3.50


- $5.50


Air Line Kaiway


mmmm I


THURSDAY, TUNE 16, 1904.


Rock Island,
System


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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. JUNE 14. 1904


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