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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 15, 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: VID03528
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA


EVENING


STA}A


Velme 9, Nmber 315 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1904 Py Ceds Il S e ,S1
n __ -


It


TEA


For Ie T'ea use Chas- and San-
born's.

NFFALO NOPS
We have- ;lso a Mix*-d T-e. ini ipa:-k-
mag: 2'p. for a half i oun,-. .splen-
did drink.
If you want spnithinig giodl ianl
reliabl- ust*- "has.- anil .Santiorn's
goodf.
AT THE

REAP"Y CIRNY


LOCAL LEGISLATION
No Quorum of City Council Last Night.
Bond Ordinance and Mayor's
Proclamation
The city council l 'lid not hold :a meet-
ing last iight. P.-ksidelit 4;tt..-S a,.ll1
1 <' kt -r- lo.re-r-nt. Airoth.-r atteinpt will t-e
manide to hopl a in.*-itincg this ; aftn t*,ni
or tIinight.
F-,llo~ ing is the- l ia yof.4s tfot hlamiti. t :
AX ORIDINAN'I-
Authoizino lthe- issuing iof lt.ini.s by th*
4 'ity ,of o .l;i. ti p.ay tiff. a ;iI r l ;tl1
'lis< hI,;r e- 'eit11;ijn intI-l, t 1- !*-s s of thie


We will Sell


Rim TVIIur qnTMR ~in'I'umn


SOUR COUNTY CONGRESS


Official Report of the June Meeting of
the Board of Commissioners


UU 1M UII IUVA UL vIilu M U .-als. ',V .. June S. ,19.
Board met in general sesiton on this.
the %th day of June. A. LD. 1904. the
A ~ regular session having been deferred
at Actual Factory Cost*. romh the 6th day of June to this. the
-,th day of June. 1904. Present. H. W.
L.opg. chairman. and C'omlMssioners
:. I. Wartmann. J. L. Edwards. N. A.
T Y F an. S. R. Pyles.
THEY ARE ALL NEW GOODS AND STYLISH. Minutes of last meeting were read
.:rd approved.
The boaid, upn motion, declined the
Come and Get a Suit Before They are Picked Over'.. .ilit.ation to have lightning rods
plated upon the court house.
l'd(ie Richards was brought before


FOR YOU TO BUY
NO. 1.-SPLENDID HOME. FINN BATH. NOT AND COLD WATM 1UP
and down stairs: gas fttius., etc. Omly --a Moek off Ocisabm


CALL ON


DrTTo OR ICL


NO. 2.-FINE INVESTMENT AND GOOD NONE. ONE lO51 W AN=
for $8 and one for $10 per muth: and tee atra large l te; tW Ma
off Ocklawaha. A bargain at S170.
NO. 3.-1000 ACRES OPEN LAND. FOR IPAMING OR STOCK. L UWW Oo
now: 1 mile from depot in this county. Price. $1 rpe are.
NO. 4.-BUILDING LOTS FROM $30 TO S1000: NEAR SQUARZW ANT Lo-
cality.
NO. 5.-TWO GOOD LOTS AND SM ALL HOUSK IN FIRST WARD. TWO
blocks from railroad and one block off Ocklawaha. MUat ;e e ae
Price. 3500.


Specia


i T V inwv i lo ,tv.y. -\id,.n,,. I 1y ju.lgme-iit a ,n.l out-' the board, and his character being Nol
---- t- s!ta.li s.rip; to plae s.i.i "ty on Wm J s ao 0 1u." u h as to make him an unfit person
a 'ash ,. sis: to ,.-tte.r .equip th.- ... l* for te poor farm. an appropriation of
Sak Foee ^ f tri' light plant of sti4 1 ai ity .1v.' id- J, vUrJA SSO EUCO VURUBA I i1n a ioonth was ordered paid to Solo-
iWATCIES Meg f- tih.- paym-ent of .;ii lon. e mon Roberts for him instead of $3 per F. V. Dl
'1111 foor l uttoi. i. to t qu;llifie,, I .. m ntha.now paid.
And iid tipi ?lllhmissi" tO t I. I>I!.11 it---- month. as now paid.
JREJI)PARS ,,t,-, t"? '4 i tty Ilt l. qu".tthln f ti" POTATO DRAWERS A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE '. '. Hall appeared before the board
a ssu" ii.n .hee f. with reference to the release of Ed
-ity ou.i.inlif hy thi M-yo ., t I'ifty cents : t,.ho.us'n,l. MvI driving Iponies. Kitty and Hattie. L -t. who had been fined 31..s. and
F. G B. E1H E I; ui f t "ity f al. a -.1 Str. The- ,,naiei.--. ar -I1 tlr bred. being about *.,sits. $6.50. total. $156.50. It was on
..ti I That the i' the-fouths Wilkes and one-fourth motion ordered that the said Ed lott
SWity is he-il>.vlin tt-,l ti i tssuInh hih WILL BUY MELONS t ilk in e mi four beoelivered to T. <. Hall and E. P.
4. ti.n. aning < -le'iii. to l^ hl WILL BUY M ELONS Haimiltoniani: can go a mile in four
la.inati.oii. killing g f n ; -I ln th-e 1 .th ,lay o4f July. A. Io. i t4. to I will buy your melons. Write me minutes; are very kind and gentle: can sTh d Hall and Thagard assuming all
T- e.lid Hall and TharVerd assuming allo
@W lZ l a mltA tt ,,-trmine ,. h.h.-tih, r .4i ,,.t tthw in.uan,'e what you h.ve,. luatlity :tnd size. when be handle! bhy ladies or children. They
iEof the- hi.a'is I,'4,,1l,.e4lte % this i- vu 1:, ;n.i .threail give l4 est are ell matched in color, size and r-s.ibility of keeping the said prs
AN D il.n..'. ta I.." ssuel ana>..r a.i.' l ihy virt, ,i.Ish price, f. t b.. gait; are four years old. Price. $500.
AM lancme too It.- issu T turner Iturke, Fla. B. H. Seymour. Pond of Charles Veal as justice of
lYPE-W RIER ,f tt. authi ity ..fr-d ulon th- rnr or. the peace, district No. 4. with J. S.
I n:.yor ;an.l rity i',ouncil. in their 4orpor- Weathers and John F. Parker. sureties.
MISS B. N. SINCLAIR it- A.lnitily. 1ly provisions Iof ;n 11ct' was approved.
Private offi< il Commer.la Bnk. tih lis.tu,.. of thI. stit- of l, i,! iThe request of Judge Bullock to be
Your work in the above lines solleited. ntitl*-: allowed the use of the northwest room
Speed anod a.i'uracy guaranteed. "'.An : a.t lat linr the hoIunlaries o Lf in the court room as an office, was.
the .te ritloiy ,.olistitutinig the- muiii- I upon motion. granted. "
,:plityv klniio til- ity of <.;.lala. ith- The petition heretofore filed with this
FI S i-, OYSTERS ."'a'e". n" th'"'- " "" "''"-."-.. R O U on D R S S E D '" ard making that Mr. Freeman he re- 0
Ihi- link*. 4of hlitotti e^ 'ho,'lhll., -h'in.i,D mHvDd aRS vels mark and brand inspector
I have fresh oBtt mn Fish and til- i' lo vili f" lor :lH.,intIlnlt or of district No. 9. which said petition
Mullet always on hand: ai ,it i :es. Il. -issli, nS ee or Pe was referred to Mr. S. R. Pye or In-
a I a- :,ndl tilt- :-st-esslmt :11ctollectitt of z4v-estigation After having investigated
Cedar KeyyXstal in ..i.l ,it '."t , ,v.. t,i, 4. the same. Mr. Pyles reported that he
oVSTERS. I,. .sh.ali-.:,utho.iz,:i ..ill .,. oit. .. I, $II S EBteO U R did not think the cause set forth in
EIlVED FRESN DAILY it a '"l "i "'" ""lt- li.i '4.- s o :' 4:01 the petition was sufficient grounds to
EV rE il .it ;l o a,-ity tial eI il.', 1 remove Mr. Freeman. and therefore
Opened and delivered upon request .. -. h. ll..yr :,,l ,ity lil PHONE NO. 25 - - Oala, Fla, comended that Mr. Freeman be re-
SI f .1si.l, ity *of h';ll:a. in tlh'ir *iorl-l:lt -. ------ stained as inspector and that the peti-
: rllaity.shall issii.fiointittet..iip, tion asking his removal be refused.' t)
,FILL OUR WANTS ;"6".1s 4D BoT H E R S The report was accepted by the board.,
W. ] TUCKE ait,- hunlr,-,I l01irs. thie irin'i:l UM fl A Ctlw f "laim of Mr. Nichols for right of way
WK EHEIMEDWARDSBROTHERSt. etc.
-',-.w 'h hall o"v I*lo-y1ih'" t tlt- h-l *'if *if 1 !41(across his land for a public road was'
,".,,, t M e 1 1i,,, l .Yn 4 .1 ,nor ,li- hn iATl TH lT ART referred to Mr. Wartmann for investi-
AT- -I1 ration, etc.
If fl.II-C .lI sa 'I id.a in 11a, event tee exce*- th li I tMr. Long thereupon filed his report
ILLIANA si..um1of.iorty-.liv.-.thaousa, .lllld.s; ..i.i S id of the poor farm. which is as follows:
;.oi.ls slc11 lee-a, in* st- ,.t, >o .. pLeading W wholesale & Retail Butche sTo theBoard of County Commission-
CMUK TE1 AND UILDER t, i,',"r-et. l-W .,, ,iliu. t i l-I I i n 14 o t ers of Marion county:
t eieloii%-e."" ii' l lii aia-' shill 1A110'F'f lahCl f-I MjIMlf" ." l n in UC T gentlemenn: I visited the floor farm
Offer. his setr-vices to the ,aiele of :,.l1:1ya ., ..,inll 44 tha. lr I. W O L N AND b U ,' [LUyIU M June 2. The inmates, eight white and
'of ad '..-tyfor Juyinhac ine *ef.ci a.l Jr W ESTERN ANDeCHOICEeFLORIDA MERT3t
Ocala and vic.inity for adook di whi. k line. anal ..a I.,,f r ,I .Jly a, t,, h..i-thit 1 L E four colored, are contented, and as well
I -ntommelndati.ons alld gkod work ifte.r. lI shalll lt- ll'.le at tilt ,it CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON as infirm persons could be expected to
count. the-it I (e*-I calealel tio make at 4 4al;4. SaialImotlels sl c l tea ento#-.grav-
i .mates iad carry I te'to a su"esful l u '. ; i 111 hl i o 1; ED.EL FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 1 nbe. The last inmates admitted, Mr. OCAL
"nmate" ....l 1 a.. ( then t o asu'ea.ful unl, er til,. lire. tlis a-f., th he ,ay, ir Johnson and wife. brought sufficient
lasse. J. i. WVilliams. *l, iy ,ui-l at s:i, eitly.. uial shall ... .-.-- - furniture to furnish their room and
No. 132. S. !nd St.. Ockala. a.. .. ,igne. t y thi m or and .ity ,t-Irk. J. M. MEFFERT. J. H. TAYLOR. expressed themselves as being delight-
.- t"" sh.ll eer the "arI"e"t"* sal af the' ed with the treatment they receive and
AF lt-f t i ora.il.a. t. a-nl shfa.ll aIt.t 01 s t | i Pkgtheir general surroundings. The crops
SA 4-.ss tha.l n lT.heir f:,ce- vlue.. ;r4l shall 'are :absolutely in good condition. with
-1,- .e'lil,.a -. I ilt 1ame"unts as the ina lll l irope ts of a sufficiency of corn for
-- p,.i. or. f,, t. ,pu,.s.s htin- another year. The crops have held up
FANCY GROCERIES .fttr lel"t-I .lll l, '",, i"'a-, fit, .atal remarkably well under the trying or-
the' r,,'ee,'ls of sale of .0s.1, 0,,1,0l shall T--- . --i ----l .-- -- --.-.. .t- ..,i .f .. t .p^ d th F .t... .*


For the finest bread. cakes ,
and Fancy Groceries in the city <
R EMIEMlIER Till E ."

FRENCH BAKERY
H AS TI E11M

MACARuONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A SpecialtyJ
MRS. MART!NOT. PROPRIETOR "

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Reparing ,
S0tiactton Guaranteed
Address
0OX 01 OCALA, FLA

LALEXAXDER
Practical
AIPEITER AND WILDER
Camrful e.ilnn; m:mle on .nil t .ntrac
Work. tI'iv"- lIlace andl itettepr ,Aork fo'
the money than any other man it
town.

X'VWHiT]I

Cream Vermifuge
IE MTEEl

40AA WORM


'1- -'ilIit-4 4abill% I' 1. l it- I Urptaest-s feeof

tims etiglav'.el ani-I a tta'ht-.ltheCta4i.
arnia-'1loyIlltic- iE t, -su a4 f the S~.c -
ity an .tt0ley~aklele4it11t O-w'dates aleacyo
am-l.aal .m ;it t t ha- jal.ta e- sja4c'citIe I ill
hsItS ettalifct. eanaltithe, iltaevp Illotieenip-1
llatlia, ~ It II .Aa a-.
S..:,.T'the alt'.61eeillIshacllIc'-%
Zttinuly suc siat i 'i' .tl t~ax -cn ;all thia'
Ivi.alt. a jaIeje-ltIy %% attili tilt, c-pa t
iflits4of s~aid city. a'hith is heroloy
Ia-.lgaal teat il,-pa~ i~lelt aet olf A1 11.0l1+.
tili tht,- Ilital -st te:-a i -a1 111a.1y eaw
ie%5-!ait1 tae -.t3 tht 1iwoa'? st e-eij s i~l
ecu1-is. .all-t 111-N!,I" I'10- fct thel'il .a3 tiaI itt
iiti tlur.-tl*--tit % e-nilt~i- salila shall lot-
mi--a-III-- a-ttiOwl ic sicallq efatnl
l-lt Ia I.aiata T. 's '.I-~ p $asst Eat 4?-L
'4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -I4II1I 4.fe.'aa l. ?s. ~~ci c thlifs a' -
.11a1.1*au1 tila- .Ii.1At tlta oUt) H. 1i .t-I
LIaia1. ajlt l.- in 1 11.- 1111w, I't% .-ilI
''4t5 I l ltti I1i5at, 11 ui t .a.clt4-f tai
aISt "'.-I I ll" 1''I.."l S t Ilthktr t Ial ;'eI-
lting t it 11". I11"! -1,%' ta 1 aa'1,t, 1 I
! i.aISO'.I ja' L-:, aa11 1' 1i f4a2'


Sa il 11%il -- S 11a 1 I~a .ta f.. lilt
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-~ ~ ~~~S' I~a.. ~: c a


Wl


Hiave me neatest anu most up-to-Uate Ie worx-
ing plant in this section, and as a result, are
turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest Ice.
3IPcOxx3e oMO. 84.

WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGOI


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

EVERYTHING MODERN
I lame'ike .and Comfortable.
H tel Iu hiectvy n the Atlantic Coast.
Surt lathini .imii Sea Fishing Unsur]pa.sctl.
$2 Pl.R ).\V. .SPEC IAL BY THill WEEK
Address HORACE F. STEWART,


GOODALL,


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


They are worth $3.50, but as we
bought them so late we are enabled


I Attention to Rent Accounts.
tary Public for state at Large of Fie1k.


[T1


Ro C1, M HANT BLOT OC
ROOM 1Z MERCHANT V @LOCK, OCALAt rLA.


AN EXCEPTION


A poph is not wihast bm-, wis


i own country" is a pNoV oat doM -t
ways apply. For hmbacet about 100o


de in th catry do *swim=n w

IUNROE & CHAMBLISS

_-ca FJAMds.
Ocl-frb ---JI- -- ***


. E. BURNETT
THE JEWELER

WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILI

JEWELRY
AND

PTICUL GOODS

PAIRING A SPECIALTY







I. Ii. PKiN


Ai o t| .iie pro *rai e- uiiroul. r F *ry- w
four crates of cantaloupes had been
shipped and six crates were being Has tes FlOst, kMost Elegant ILime of M i s 9
packed to ship. The net returns of the
Sfirt shipment (14 crates) amounted Her styles lead the world of fashion, and always will be fomd
t to $22.10.
biir thp r nLI8 IIIJ m o b.n.i9icito nre#tir nE I'Ba IsMn A i m


MS Expen- for May
IS Superintendent's salary. $35: hired
- labor. $40.7t: washing and ironing.
S4.:.,. Tl total. $ m.21.


Sundries


H. I. Masters, S14.45.: Melver and
. Ma'Kay.i $4.Io: Rhe-irauer and w'o..
s;.".: 4 it;aila foundry. Oc.: T. W.
Smith, s.',5: ovala Manufacturing *'o..
4c, .-rates. ,r..64; E. L. Freyermuth. re-
ipairing pump. $;5: Dr. Bllackist ln. phys-
i. for nmules. 31. Total. $42.44. Toltal
xpe-nse- for May,. 123.19.
Credits
Pr-ioluce plain for labor. Stc.; produce


s.old for -aish. S..',5: ,nt returns for 14
.-ratr-s of cintaIoupes. $2L I'e. Total.
$ 1.4-..
The : atowe incluleis harvesting oats
.anai .nll;taloupje-s a:tn rep.,airing pump.
The-r- h:as b -en harve-stedl 14.'to hun-lle-s
tif w.its4. ',hich w-re- n-attlly saved.
R--.-etfully submitted.
H. W. Long.
It \.,is U;.a-n motion ordlert-d1 by the
le,.,ral th:ct .t warrant bto *rann for $4.
ep.cyall,- frurm nh-he thr road fund! ari. in
rt.ti-r -f .Mr. J. *. Mrristeon. f'ar road
t..x-Q impr-,>rp-rly oll0, lealte,.
Mr. I. W. e*la- ,aia-.red beforj- th-
-,tar,! :tnd re-portel-- to the commission-
,-rm a ,!i.buris-m,.-rnt *f St; which the
h.,:;r.t hal , A. Lumrnpkn. tnt re-turne-l to the- boars'
14 ,ef th- .trnmunl. Mr. ,,gle' was ten-
-1-r-- the- thanks of the bwaral for his
*,or,noA.i'l disbursement of the sam-.
The- ;-ititr! sign-,dt by -itizens of
Sh.-ly i~r.,,v- rol a;0n, ''amp Izzard
r,):,.. askingg that the' boar-I make- and
1-, lar- th aib.-vo nam-.l- radls harl
Siurf.., a- ra.i.s and that the work upon


THE LATEST PARIS CREATE
An Excusive and Beastf i Lmle of Dm HaI Ahwas
in StiO
A call will convince you that I have the leading styles


Commercial Bank
MM IAL ANC, JAO
COMMERCIAL SANK, JACKSONVILLE


CAPITAL


- S 50.000.00


INTIERIET PAID ON TIOK POSIT


DOES A GENERAL BANKN SUSINES DPOIT
RECEIVED. LOANS MADL EXCHANGE 0OUUtT
AND SOLD


RESTAURANT<


0
0


Fist Cau lss


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

Delicious Hot Soup Daily
Diing Room.ope atsmhI.
attetio giSe to pe bi a
the market ofes prepand for th ttas -
shot no**.


'1


- FLORIDA.


F. Drrfu,









pA TWO OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1904


........WAT ABOUT TEAT....*...


Ice Cream Freezer?

Diwi't Know We ad Theim?
Well, We Have, and It's the Best on the


LOCAL LEGISLATION
Wontined from first page.
r-tiring the- inl-ebtellne-ss of said city
r-pore-s.-nte i by its outstai,-ling scrip is-
Ssuo-.l b) saidl ,ity. ;tn.1 sukh as ;Ima.y b--
isSUted ,-nding the- nrgotiation of sail
il to: to pro\i-le- a fun'1 f'or the ne'.-.s-
sary and i rlinatry niaintf-ltn--'l -. r.-opair
.iando i,-plaio-ment ,of th- e-lo-t'tric light
plaint ownit-d by s.iil ityl. .ianl for such
in' reased taptplian- e-s for the inia.nuf.it-
tur- ari.l ,listi itution of -ele- tri, ity iin
.'oti-.titonl \with sail Oilant las mat y be-
ni.-ic.-ssary" too furnish th,- n.iio- to th-
Stak-rs of th>- e-le-tric str\io- sunppli*-,
by is;itl ity: :"nlI to 1)provild- a fun-l to *R.& I
b1- US,-d ill playing sail city oi ; ,cash
At the- ele.',tio, to b- he-li on the 14th
'lday of July. A. 1). 19"4. ,ii, h*-r-by .au-
thorized. the qlUestion to, be suhbiritt-l,
to the- qualified voters of sai l It iy shall HER !
1p,- \he-ther 'or toiot h)oinIs ,, said ity


4wAe


CA PI-TAL,


AII
George MacKay,


R.L.Adeua


Geor Ford,


Hubermt A. Ford


President:


IERT A. FORD,


F. L WATSON.


______ -a


TIcketp at low ae s n,,%% os n a C. I:;s.OL (I:.,----- --- -- Buiding. Ocala. Florida.l-' L'~~'
For ;=rolr t o;~ ~Nt .I -~o V ? ~ ~ -f'.:-so TERMS CASH0.!-'at-S-:' '-.. 1-lSlo*d
Tbev'U ettit then : ..- '.--


S. E. P. A.. M. & t). R. R.. M,-n',..ni-
ery. Ala.


SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE
Is courliTtng de.ith in>- e .u s :. :i'\ > .;
not i ,'t' u;''!) tih n o'i. k: --
ney dis~order Fo.'> s K; i::'--y '".!t ,A -"
cure a sight -'.ss: her in .1 fa'\ :.\1 s.


HERE IS GOOD IDEA


\ '. .5 ; f. 'l',y Is ,\ .y f ..


1 ~ *O P 5-1"

P-:rvsto-" --f ~-' 5 I:'or-o- 1 5 I'.
'.e. *~ ,~ ~.
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W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
S1 "< :,ta attt-nt:,r. give-n to the treat-
n.-nt ,uf (hronic D iease-s and Dlp-
ease-s of Wn e-rn and Children.
Ocala. Fla.


W Fl- -:A Nil---4 o~.
H. K N--' .k


EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


-9-


MakerS of the


-0---


MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5. Ciaw
-0-


GRAND ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS
In Five Sizes


CHAS. PEYSER, Propretor
Ocala. Florida.
"""""


IICHAEL


&


shall be issued not exceetdiing in amountft
theit suli of forty-t-ive thousand dol llrs. tlaq t to nt unici:patl elections therein.
for th-e purpose-s set out in this se -c tion e-c. x. All or.linantes or parts of
4ll--& X -.,an-1 this ordina ice. and e-;,.h oqualitiel ,rt.ines. ii conflict with the provis-
STB S -lel.tor shall have ani opportunity to ions of this ordliniance are- hereby re-
', lo- tfo, or ragaKinst the- i."- ssuing of said ,- ; le-.ie .
H o* B B bAS Tnds f or said purlposes; and if by said S--,. !I. This ordinancee shall take ef- -
%-fit- tiA le t-e issue 40f boids her-by jro os- fe-t i mtediately upon its passage and j
"The House that Treats You Riht" .,,.",..",.v,
,The H ome fa te. on o Right' I not to ex t' ,---I, thet .tlieaount hert-infl .4 pooV.tlbl hv the tay'or. tttlol the mnayior
GW C L 11 =1 7L T iianiedl. andl for their purposes stet out by shall proceed with all due slopeed and
oc*: 1 I ,1this4 ordiliance.b he authorized., sti.l ,Iligence to ovarry the same into effect
----- bonds shall then issue unde-r the dire.t- in lso, far as :anything herein provided
SN, G SCT^A R WORLD'S FAIR RATES tion of the m.yor and city council as is tili- ollone by him. th in t.j
.VEN IN.G TAR --- | herein. and as may be here1.fter. pro.- ls.-ed c h ity ctiunil May 24. 104.
Via L. and N. R. R. ide-l. alid the proceeds there-tlf shall A-pprove.l by W'. J. Edwards. Mayor.
C. L. BITTINGER A CO. fxcuirsionli tickets lnow lonl sale daily l o**I- :lied to the- purpose, s iherelh) plro,- .1 :ly 24. 11. 4.
fro.i0m 1 .1 4 ala to St. Louis andt return. ,oose- ;tan-I t io ti, other. t A true tco, oy. Attest:
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll $4.'.:,' ,-Ito-turn limit Detce-nber 15. iEletctors l-siring to vote for or et-l.1' E. K. Nelson. Qity 'lerk.
S :.oo ie*-turn limit 6o days. against the ;authorization of the issuing
Proprietors and Publishers $:I.,-,- .o-turn limit 15 days. of bomls of isai' city" for the purposes MAY KR'S P114 )'LAMATION -
L ITTIiNGER, .41. eial ,ich exc,.ursions. $S23. Re- ltabove mentioned. and for the ;mllount Kno\\ All Me-n by These Presents:
C. L. ITTINGER tUl limit lt days frml date of sale. Irein slpecitietd under the provisions of That 1. \\. J. Edwards. as minayor of
Editor and General Manager. Tic.k-.4 solol Tuesi:tys and Thursdays this o'rdinf ne,. lli'. v ote. a white ,.paper the ,city of 4 hala. IFlorida. in plursuance
-- ,J ballot colitailiing the words: "tFor *'-of alln ordiinanie passed by the city
R. R. CARROLL, ,,,l.espowling lowl rates from o ,thter iils.-" against ,oils.'" ll eah of ounil of said ity of i-alai. con thet
City Editor and Business Manager oints. Th- L. and N. Is the best line atid l ballots shall be counted ias tha Iallot *4th dlay of fMay. A. 1). Iso14, and t lo-
o-- St o. autihloriziing or -lisalPoliviiig. as the piov-i by the niayor of said city onl T
A SPLENDID SHOWING F.'.,r rate.s. s.'hedlule-s and sleeping car |' may' ll i. the- issuance- of hoionds for tilt- :2;th *lay of Ma;iy.. A. D. lt44. elitti-
S*se V tlions. :11ppl to J. M. Fleming, i he- ourioses I-rotosed. anl to the tl-led E D 'S F
The attenti onf oul readers is. oalle-l ilia. i~ ..ass. Agt .. Bay St., J.ak- ;tnJ"uct l;lliedl herein. *Ani oolinance aiuthoriziing the issu- u
to the splendid showing made by the F.n\ville. i.'l.o.r '. I.. Stone. 4.. P. A.,`e. h. ,,. s,.1 oto*it shall hot I.e soth-olf i" g o'ao-ls by the city of -a la. to pay
tattemelt of the <'etllal Nt ilonal |..uis\ ilb. by tlthe trustees. exc pt the sle thereof t?. Ioca2.-tI.el i and ldisi-harge certain in-l l IuGr m
Itank. found. eisew.h-re in this h issue. _ shall be autithonize-.l by the- lo ilioose-l or- -lebt-dne-ss o- f tilhe- c.ity. evil-enceI by
Thin hank is long a ste-ad.ily ilt"i.siitl TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY '1:,ll* ,:,',ying this into, full el-t Juolgent and oIutstaning Stri,: to )W t a A, .
business in all departmenlilts. hereafter to be- eniiteol. or by soIme pl.* sai city ion a cash basis: tio ebt-
Wondo-irful things are lone for othe ubseolque-It ordinlite. if the vote at te, e.-,uipo the eole-I-trit. light plant of the Rebuilt
TURNER POND PICNIC human ttt t bo1 lyv by surgery. O)-rga:ns are- sai-d il'lelctlon should ;utllhoiz he the is- s.i it)'. roayientig for oth f l;a)' l o
____i ti oout h1scaeol ni l il \. l ig,! An1 :11 dsuant of o onls as herein I provided. s;ii,! l.i s. olnd for submission to the Fline Wines of All Kin is for Family I'
Therewill e a picnii ;at Turnter Pon- I ilut back. or they may bte reoved en- If full th fll oUlit of tile- h olnds thlllt 'u;aliti.-l votes of said city the .liles- etc.
July o. -Everylt.,ly invited tol be pl. s- lI ,.y-s |l .on..s are spllieod-: pipes take i l ey Ut lh i torize-l to be issued should. tio ol0' the issuance thereof."B eer.i Ale t- sl Soda for Family Trade.
e*nt with we-Il till-led baske-ls. .anl.l i i the- plae of disti sed se-tioIns of veins: fo ea m lly 0lseuse. oot the ei-gootia tedh then And ly virtue of the authority vested Kepot by -s. Skilled Bar Tenders.
all the- daininoK irls of tht. sleasoni anltiiso-leti dressing are s ai allied, to ht* s t'rius of saitido l s i thethds is il e by a w. o he.,",t ,-rely ort,'. ,,, W HOder, deLESALE
%%4d,cltils.hl-lt. bruises a, d iike injur- -" th trustt-*s shall Ie.- ty the-lt suir- .lt, ilt .i00o lla i that the le shall be ;a s W- L -
SUED BY HIS DOCTOR ..0 I.r inlla mm1 a tion sli hi i- 'e red to th- ilty cooucil of the city al lotion hle! 1i the s:io city orf IiN B ER ANU II
-- lusest itilli to heal without maturation wh f o lh :4..i and shall li- by said cl ity a il on the 4lth ;dayo *uf July. A. I). AN DEALE
"A douctol here has sued, me for .oI in ei,.- unirc the lie relUlhd by i tutil d.-st l oyel.d d lopi hlnols iof s;i'f ll I4. sumlotitting tio the dluly iluailitled
S12.&.. which I clsaitied was exc.essive- '*th, ..- .. tr,-i;il,-lit. 4 hatiberlaiin's Pain Ioi*ty uthorizt-ed by this ordinance. ail nd lle-I Igister--ed v'otors of said c-ity orf KINDS OF W INE
for cholera inotbus." says R. White, oof j lt:it :.acts i this s.,:ni- lrintcille. It by the- s:aiil o-lectionill he-re-lty l uired ie ila F'lot ida. the question as to
Coa..chel-la. .Cla. '"At the tiial hie pa-l isais- an nt.niseptic- and when applie to'It htie llf leol :1-.l ,hel shall ;after such whe-thtle o*,r t114 there- shall Ioe i-.ss41,l GROCERY STOREE
ed hiq menldhal skill and medicine. I, isuih lijinjrie.s causes th.-m to heal very ii--:llhilion toe soIl 1,r negotiated for ionIds of ahid .ity in deomin atiolns of
asked him if it was not <'hmbe-il.aiins ui,,kly. It also allays the lailn ail ny ouri.oose. onI*e hundrlt- dollars e. ch. to he p:iya- A C'arefully SelecteSd Stock of <;rowfri
o'.lhc. Cholera and Iiarrho.:t Re-tle*-I s ne.ss- K--eep a hoottle of Pain Balm e st* The tltaiyaor shall cause his ,le .it the e-t! oof 11ot le.s than; ten y'-ar tion liven to All Orders.
he used, as. I had gwood reason to oe- it, o ..1,u ho 111ne- atl it will save you time pro ari;tion calling said election an;l l:no ?r- lth t-nty years, the aigre- W.e ado the Largest 1Mail iotr'ler tusinel
lieve it was. and he would n,ot s.ly iu- .inI money, not to mention the iltncon- also I)"co oyf this ordinance, to) be pub- lglate v;lue- 1or s.,-l b-nd.s in nio evte*-t turn Train.
der oath that it was not." NXo dooltor leni ,.i,. .n n. suffering which such in- i listed for at least thirty ,la:ys next pri- l the sum of forty-five thous-
"'r a c.ase of cholera 1tolus. It tehe ole.tioi illn ta eVslalper published in ,:;t.- hoe1 to, .x,--el tive Iprv cent. lp'r SPr WUC an" COIw I
fails. ~,old by all ,Iruggisls. I sai.id ,ity of )oical.. Florida. Said pro- .ilnumi. tl I- lixe, here after by ,oroi- Up TOW
SIt S c-I ttilla-atioon shaIll stateo- the imel place Ii, lic-'" of ssidl ,'ity.. hich interest to bhe
RAILROAD COMMISSION L"', :ltid itlmanner oft holding' saii ele-ct'ion. II 1 .i s-.i -ll n Itilly in the first ,l4ay of LW
The state' rOilr.OMl o,. nii iso.,n w ill sall state the- ut tstioon 0 which the- J;iti.iy tni. ion the first L-y of July oof O IU W
hold i a s iosslo.n at Whlte Sp.ringS on f ht tit- I ote is to he tke-ni. :adl shall s,..eta toIhe OSh > i lS to, ha* interest co- Lowe T
morning lig -of Ju1 ne 2-1. -ad nft,. .- li ie-"5 thi- cle-iks snol iisboeCtors oof ite t 1-
-"nt'.t" "6-s oI the- 40. o!... lI.ot, "lof tl ecti"" o"i '" so"-rI "ill"'I of"" '"1""' -" "(1f1 .ttt'h-ls '- I yww
,eith th.em. c t' it i l ; y i ithe sale- linni :.i is npt iI videdl thl n.yteir ia nc l Soity city clerk, hnl l shall
in the geiii'al -leI-.,-tioon ortlinIane:' ;,nl !-.l I l.- o' o;-ol' *l;t-* se l1 ,of the s.,idl ity 4m11111
Sif ;lily v' clerk or iniillS oetl r oof eo .cttionlt Of i, 0t.i-..1i li t-oI.-o bd! -l at oI not les.4 than T h
T1ROWN FROM A WAGON sh.,ii fail or fuse to s,- lioth.rs m i-l.'. .a t lu. Th roce*-ds fron
:hI.- li ii n their o .ilces. ocr if a )', ; l h- t I.- I oof .-il ndo s to be q llie- foor o caU -
iMr. 4o ro-g'* K. I i..,cc.k :as lth: ,okifi the ourooose of id aying off cancelling
from hIs wagon and severt-lhi.ry boriiso'i. I. tv eeoctitt.is,, inang judgint against the ;o_.{l
HeI a oli- i.ilt -i ii l l.i 6I'o ils too tte- t -st the
.He app, ,ed hj..t..el .,n-s Pt,,,ll e- s p ,in.' atet.. .,e ,,, .op.,,,noing t y of ,0,s, o: tkig u -,t j- paying off s wor. *.* I* -" ion thd e
freely a;nd says t it s the best I lmm,,i Ih ti ll ,t ,lt,,o e il ,- -i il the indebtedness o, f .sa sectorss who de-sire to, vote a. inst the
fll s f l e.- t i n th. i nosli1 0 4 1t*,rn f't ,p r s \% h l , .i r ,- t i ,tr- ;igoi in.t t h -
he ever used. 'Mr. Iahto--k is :.a -ll1 TO THE RESCUE i, rereesentel by its outstanding oluthorization of the issuing of bonds
ot shill tIll thle- a it fo orohaPiicien..
knowT n Ictizen of North u l i, on. Ti,.- hoelpl.-ss .a"e rescued by the able- ,.,,d if ll he insplt to. s oe ,sent. thero,. rip issued by s;.,"id t-ity. and sucI asity for the- purposes above
There is no thing eual to i a. Ini1 io. oiT The sti, g os hoill. care for the ah o- r, l r,.n.t ,,,itli, ,, ,.i too. tho .n bein.y issut.i-I pen.Dintg the negotiations i entioned w ill place s- ,Ir.oss for sprains. a dt b ut iss. It w%% ill ...- o .% , i ill lb o s.. o i l.- poll shall f s i ine: to provide fu ld fol l-fo e to thtoo tht f the w or,, 'o. Against
c u V ill to e t h rd t hht.S 1 :1 fi ll t lh ,- ,.I ll, T ,"s h l "
by any thure i oite- thitI ltl. t Foltl .. t l art for you an you qs at the ,-. n,,,.,I .l ,'.I .O k ;. in atiit- oseI l '... all- ra olit y ii n.tr llititt-flianete. *' h oild is."
tboy' ahin.y otlher r... il,.nl. Ft.,,r .,t h t j .; i ; n t ,," .to ,i. of the -ectri, Th.- voting shall I.e ly i allol a ill .t
all druggists.AN INSURANCE POLICY -hlf hol et l 120 lght nt l b si city. and for the follongii nani-i plhes. and the
.i. i AN INSURANCE POLICY1 '- i "j .,,hlli i. to shtll te o- su ch in,'! s.. applli-ances for the nianu- liess f the i .le: ks .n illspe0,tors ,of
FINE CIGARS \\iill pt .l., t you fi om loss in case of l .ib sit. 0r s o. -or s i ttic .1 1. to. : u:e. .l l iistributio l oft e-le-tric.ity si1. ela-tion in the- sv.-e;il \\.ia.s ;ire
i.. \WV '.,l llke too tell youli about ally lt, -,,.ollinr pIl.,.. uise,.l :.l th.* loIst i ..n- itl ,' 011 ,'eotf 1 .ih saii.t plant :is I.tvy "s follow: Y
The Nornia Martinez. the "'. H. .. q i,;i :" I; .i ,.te iln l tih you are illn- .i ,1 0t ,,0l. T h. ,T, i te- l :.!0.ls-.n \ ti furnish the- silne ti First W\ .i l \..ti:g pIlh it south-'
.1- .* a! e i V l* 1t-' i ko m. i ll- ii ,
the El Solo. and the FIamai No; i,,n:al. t e.st.I'. S,, tors of .*le, ol- iin s.. h 11t h l -L s o lhe ei tri sll th- th t service sup- .st ri.-1 of l,,t .*cht. R.- lons .i1-
four of the best c. ci.its a e i i t I. 'l. In-
Tampa. and me tis others tci t', ounld HALL PAWL8 & WHEELER "ikotut .in-lsinlo otupl-ljs'.-tI!'.tui tu of 01' 1-l b! .:o.i lit) .l ii lut lrotvi 1- .eto i st toe0. Itt -
Un T. W TrT xler's cip.ir case. Ocala. Florida. th ,.- .-'f too th. h at) ,o lo .k f,: ily :-t t oott o o- ir,,f s .ril *' K T.,)li. lrk, *. l.
S-co o b. 1l. .n l e oo.j.op ) sh.l, l thev ,l.l 1- T h ... t s ho desire to vote for H ..S-.
CURES OLD SORES .. to III. l,,i',., s.,il .',.ti! -h ll i ,ith,, l'zA;tit. oof th- issuing of S ...l \\'.i W ,,tthg pli. .- sh.,ll It..-
-- th -sF r thnr -n'l..r of p.;sor o,,i.t. tt o'o: of 001 o it' for th- Purposes the .u: t ol,. ..t l th- ity hall. In-
"W still nore l. K .,n.. .,y :o,. 1-c: |,ioo 1 t t 1 |... ,, ', ,I ho ,, v.t -,, ,,.,l.. ti, ;s n ;hs ,oe ul- tll o t f t.,rs. I s l .-.h k. I.. t. l.,l].,rd :.n i
Lii nent .ured an uol.o ,,1 s.,e ,n Ih. s',!,' o | nr I I l 1,.- of g ,,g s $oh..tl \h'.* .i ,- h l-..t- r. o ,l- i f.. ,.!,ss ,oX to .lk it o toh !eft Thiist -.rt I',t,-' I, ,,.- *:t sth
of t oy c 'hin th.it .i.s su posed T, 1,,I ca'ner. The s Ure w . is s;,>,.. :sit! *_ ; f t. .- 1* i l,-I lo ;t;.* -.c a'r..- R D F U.ER P t ,, \V.,,.-!1.., si ln .! T. I.
ioulld not Iel Ie o, ,, ilr na t. ,,nt.1 I tll, tte-,! t,) h hibi ,, -.,t l,. T,-. o* t Fir) in .- k 5 *," *ti -.
tried lSnow LI I,,,S,. it. \w Ia, h ,dit ,h. !.-.-(k sh5 ill lp:' O. i -' l tu sh taN I T A 10 th 0 Tho- \Oli .t. 11h -- hall
ork in sho rt e,,. -Mty s .t,. M :. I o,-. To, l ., t.,,s oi l, j 1, k ,, a , ..-r.., - I 1 0 * .1J .-. : .rk I -a.r .
,Sophia J. ,c',sono. All.>n*vile. MiffSf' Well, juSt phone It,,:, i: . <-- ~ ,." ., is ,.,. .,..- Officee Over .Munroe & Chambluia T. J ,Ae-s. I 'l- .r i A *,.'ni-
cIunty. Pa.. ha .i .,. ,,, ;s u s , ; ,: I t ,; < a . u.. Ts.-. :aa s .. Bank. O cala. Florida. it,, .:.:k. : .t- ,rn
that it is : c.iti .-: P s..- -e.! l *, o-r,,ti ; 0 1 T"h- p ,llts th.,il t ... ;-n-I ri t h- hou,
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 190


MR -T


WEATHER FORECAST DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED MARTEL PICNIC POSTPONED
M --- i By local applications. as they cannot
,Washington. June 1-.-Showers to- rneh the dis,-.s,-d portion ,of the ear. Having re eived protests from the M;IV E R & MAK
re limes at Taylor'e.s. night a,.id Ihus.itay. There is only one t-ay to cure deafness. managers of the Carter's Pond picnic *

,i--a---- and that is by constitutional remedies. against It o ntriing said picnic to a lat-
Telephone 11. If you want painting !iffier Johnson of the Ja. ksonville Ixafrness is caused by an inflamed con- er date, and knowing that the Masons F lo r id a
i ipolie fore-- arr-stled a negro in Jack- edition of the mucous lining of the Eus- ar anxious that there should be no
i.onville M .nda;y %who had escap*l from tahian Tube. When this tube i, in- conflict as to the time of holding the
H. H. hit h out on the roadthestate le s over years ag. flamed ou have a rumbling sound or id picnics, and being informed that
fora few ada>sfor his harnei.house. Obfi -aer Johnsi,, rn-.urht th uuan to imt'rfect h,-aring. and %then it is en- the t'arterrt Pond picnic was advertised OSpIlte% % mo M vm
- -- --- C. F Taylor has fresh limes for lime- and alltays re,-.ly Slim rei.arl frma the inflammation he t ak fore the asns seltd that day to
141. Floridla Naval Stopre. andl : ,mmiumitsi, ;out arid this tube restored to its nor- hold the-irs. I assume to announce that VVhs 13lr
t'oml.any. mal candition. hearing will be destroy- th=e Masonic picnic is indefinitely post-
Sept. H A. Ford is In the city with ----- ed. H. W. Lon Se.
td forever. Nine- cases out of ten are 'nd H. Long. c.
his private car.WOODMENMEETING .NE AN SALARY OF ALL
caused by C'atarrh. which is nothing
hut an intlam.-d condition of the mu- CARTER'S POND PICNICARNESS AND SA
T" w mft edlegat display of esady '" ut a f.-'.n mmi-.rs. att.nldeid the us ri. WILL BE ON TIME
StOW t DB. Wodm*i meeting y sterday venini. We il giv- Cn Hundred D ollarsL BE ON TIME
b--- ut the-y tras;wate I :all th- lhusiness in RV.Il ieIK ude Elr
for any case of Deaffness (caused by A -.card from Mrs. W. D. llraham an- B Id M ate E
t. D. Re O aa of Orlndo ;ia ut f hand. ;. Lunan-u. H-reinitit nt s th tarrh P that cannot be cured by Hall s n.unces that the C'arter's Pond picnic
the ala House. Mr. ;ilmor.- r initiat.-I into the a h'ur-. Sen, for circular, free. cannott be osstponed. but will come off nT F A L
1- or ir. F. J. "honey andi C'o.. Toledo. 0. on the dauy first set. Friday. June 24. U AM
JIst received, fresh limes, for lime- -- I *-I I
S o.i1 uy druggists. .
aes. C. K. Taylor. Ice cream at Troxier's. The season H ,l ,. rui ,,,y l .e .
-- --- has now opened, and the best that jule H Report of the Condition ot i OSPL
Asker tFank I-aves tonight for At- ingredients an make It. can be had at L *&L TIE CENTRAL IAT1 AL A _______
lanta to handle melons. Troxier's. o Oa MEI
Of Ocala
Work done by Sternberger In paint- Tro.y Hall is in, th- .-ity. c..ne ie At Ocala, Florida, at the close of bus- ELKSMEETING W A R
lga ,and lapering guaranteed. ,n y.s.,.l.y fr.,n .Ik.. '-ity to .,uk iness June 9, 1904. The Elks held a very important ses- e
-- -- after sm, -,tsin"ss ;at !:.-ll-.vi.-w for sion last night in their handsome club At the Cr
Loutpis .ag ,f Dexter was in tdon his f, h- r. :,,,l ,ti : r.i h.-,- until ATTENTION, MASONS RESOt'RCES. rooms. The attendance was quite Fresh ME.ta PD ostr h.s an V i
yesterday and today. th .L'4h. "he-t h- Vill Ie-\.. f,,r t. A r-gular ,.,minuniiatitr of Marion- ,oand secu a nd d s1unts5..2-53.-', large. The following were taken into f
tt*.hndeod~y. 344, ^h. lkh..n h.- %f11 lox...v.ir.. %zt. A ,t r .ommunication, of Marion- overdraft. cured and unsecured v2; large n
..... ......sLouis to visit th.* fslr. .lun lolge- N. 14. I-'. avl A. M., will .St inds stosecuteo circulaation 12 500o the order as Elks and had] their horns
lBest work in painting and paper- I Premiumson U. bonds i3 S a4 3SO
work I _ating aon by -ct. w^ hell iii the temni.l. Thursday eve-n- Bonds. securities etc, .... 5 643 3 welded on: D. E. Melver. J. R. Martin.
Mhrsir onA by .temergerD. ur r. .1inii.a .b. ,stik ,,f ,-rs ,,i, iD.u Due fr tonT ..ut reserve 5 54a W. .ondon. 4'ol. R. A. Burford. Dr.
Thurs.I." .a |i isy. it in I .*nenmts Visit.ig br.therts >r.li;ily invitel. agents .3 "040-.5 William Anderson and 4. W. Moyer.
J. 4'. Moody of Flral **itv is vi'ititig ; o l .l Due from state bank,-and banker- 4 o6 23
<. "M y.s- niit -**t!i inl lin8.-s ,t ifillin-rY J. 4. C'ha;e. W. M. De from approved rrerv isgent- i se:. The new members were givT-n a very
b1 mother In 41ala.. 'Checks4 and uther calh itore m .4 10. N e w
s19 .J:nkt-hlr'n.\lI. so-.trv'k. of utheraatuothl banks sej5o interesting time in the initiatory rites. Fre DI-
Fractional paper currency. nickels J. D. lturbridge of Jacksonville,. district --
When in doubt. smoke the Milo Deyo and cents o.oo
W In dbt. e th Mo Dyo Mrs. J. M. lI'.-~ n i sist.ir. Mris. .awful money reserve in 1 deputy, was present. and assisted in
Sc. cigar. All principal dealers. t bank viz : specie 2046.0.ooi.t i a
i r oln-y. f Aniri us ;... a11,1 r.thr- Legal tender ntes...... 6.969o the initiations. After the business of
its-laii. Mr. th riv- 9,ots- the evening was concluded an -llgKant.
Mism Lila Itrumtby has gfi.e to St. Mutl; n iv- -Redemption fund with U. S. treasury
l mt ,d in the .ity y.st, l.. ,, percent ofcirculaton 62.oo 1 supper was partaken of. Th le e M
n t si h _in j.sMrs. It.ntn' .ii.ss h.-t-. andl :tft-r Total ..$45.i3 14 now numbers nearly IIm members.


Ii ti t t %N. ro r eir.n t o-iAgentit lor i uyi er6I r BIITES .
; fev. wr -i**nks \till ,et r i in to .\~r-:i. us St m n I. IABILITIES. .- -. -e a i
Lot o tationery and stationers' sup- . t i ll her prop 'andy. resh Shipments Received capital stock paid in o,00000ooo THAT TIRED FEELING We have large number of swi ma that have bee
pes. tJt received. Ocala News Co. nn i .t-I h r Wee- Wekly. Undivided profits, less expenses and sut litt le hat we will close et at Bargai Priesm Those h o o
e rty. both lpr.onal an., re. 1, taxes paid "'751, If you are languid, depressed and in-
-..". National bank notes outstanding 12.Soo oo00 been thoroughly overhauled by experienced weome and a w
H. T. Judmn of Randnd Rapidls. la., 'P. J. Phillips. th- loular oo.kkeep- Idvidual depit subject to check. d4.6% 63 capable for work. it indicates that your placed and made as good as new feer service. Each o adj
Sa guet of the ala House. r or the 'om*i i :a nk. ha sold liver is out of order. Herbine will as- and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves ear tar. C
II I Ii 1H his hl ouso- in the tinst warnd to% Mr. Jud- Total .....14S136.14 sist nature to throw off headaches.
Ri I J Iand tried, if desred.
lo" reliable painting anid papering :P .col l':, ".atIs. State of Florida. rheumatism and ailments akin to ner- a tedifd
S reliable painting and paperin county of Marion. rheumatism We will sell these machines very low f a. Pri fr
se J. Starr Sternberger, phone 11. of the P ple 1. i 1 wton. cashier of the above named vousness and restore the energies and, nd each is a bargain at the price.
should always be SOMETHING NEW IN OCALA hank do .llemn;y swtan that the above state- vitality of sound and perfect health. J '
--J d meant is true to the best of my knowledge and I We *a gents for the celebatd "New Hme d W ob
Maurice Strauss is unloading a car respected. If not. A .ate-r ba.ck that heats. If you are belief F. L. wATON Cashier. 'J. Hubbard. Temple. Texas. writes.
rCorrect-Attrst: G'El. MACKAV. on" Sewing Machinoe-with er withe buttes-hole
of ilue Riblbe l ber. trouble willensue. having trioulle- \\uith the water back inll R I.. ANDERSON. March 2, 1902: "I have used Herbine Graphophones and Recerds. A ap .hephe a S Res ds i
.he.h.Strry offourr yeoui kitchelin sl.v. let us fix it. and EO H. FOoD. for the past two years. It has dune me
Gerlg's Witch Hael Soap. best for 'Ctl r ntri is conc'll- i.ak- hot \\atetr a reality, and not a subl)cribed and sworntotforemethis 4thday more good than all the doctors. When SPECIAL AT'E...ION TO MAIL ORDERS
watrd a(er. Try It. Postoffice Drug.- v o(it as to Ie pm4t. ;SaAL; N otary Public. I feel bad and have that tired feeling.
.*', this. 'hte de- I'l,,rida 'lunilinig a nI l.-ectrit, C(o. I take a do.e of Herbine. It is the'
Stands of the pul)- .Miss Aimie Edwfards, lwho has been best medicine ever made for chills andl
W. M. Mati.'.ns news stand has. b n :" r the het of isitiing .1iss l.eafy ylvester for wv- fever." 50c. a bottle. Sold by the An- i
eitM .oivea *;i.d. and othetrwiis.- imt- Iesttnast r ,rVe, ,-mnt t, Jackson- e-al lays. will return to her home at ti-Monopoly Drugstore.
praA~jvR II K II K i losi iightto ;lea t e tllkl a; meeting of Willistin tomorrow. ---------
t A V U .h. ,ffTie,.s eof the state t.oard of phar- Deputy Sheriff George R. Smith ha
'I1NR .A.LE -nd's a.ll. ;>t is always met by ..ists. great t biargains in millinery, fringes. returned from .Mliami. bringing with
blanket: go as trand new. Z. UIS. t e'"' he % 1o ---- v-ilings. ehiffonis. flowers. ribbons, him two negro prisoners. wanted here. -
ham s brndill(*issu e\atinng th issue la ot g. loot of new gralhoplhone rec- tal)y caps. children's hats. etc., Thurs-
.. .. _here. Ae sell rI- l.l.'.s s.*.l,.-*'tios. just rece-ivedl at laiy and Friday. at Mrs. Minnie A. YONGE. THE PLUMBER
The King's Iaughtr held nl an int-er- "" the best, at prices j the ,-ilhi 'urinmtui.e C'omnpany. Itostick's. Oldest, cheapest and best. Working
tant meeting hi the Elks" rooms this that tre jus lt right. -.- for glory. See the pioneer plumber of i
.orninKg. I For we realize lor. l.inl.ay r,-turine-l y..ster.day from J. 1. iHurlbridge, proprietor of the Ocala. G E N E R A L L IV E R Y N
that (i1t these two ., ,l.ays tishin on Lak>e Weir. He I urbnridige opera house in Jacksonville.
HAY iT-R SALE-At 75 cents peri /) .illCilles itulr SUtc- brought ba.-k a tfinte string of lish. is at the c'ala. House. 1 Mrs. J. 4'. B. Koonce of Sumterville.
hundred weight. H. laitskill. Mc- f cess or lailure -- -- with her little son. who have been,
ateokFla. ntltiSt rest. Anti The Ocalat Jers.v i' eanery can sup- For Thursday and Friday I offer a making their home with the former's, 3u*.s and Tm
S.. o~ -our grooKls liketoutr .Ilv f,,m oni.** .iart to tVeinty-ftive gal- big line- f flowers. ribbons and trim- mother. Mrs. Francis Howse. for the D afit Qi S H inu ago
The Mont.ezuma had twenty-iv a:r- '*-,.. .. J prices are alwys lons of milk p-er day. Parties can get rnin.gs of all kinis at and below cost. past year. have returned to Sumter-
ri rht. muilk. clabber or butter m any time eof clays ville
rivals yesterday. ?% toht ti close out stock. Mrs. Minnie A. Bos-vie VEH
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE Iy s,-n.linir toe th-e tairy. c't'iier North tick.
Sticky fly u aier and floor wax. Fresh Ocala, Fla. l.ranklin St. Please ask your physician to send or,
tek iut received. Tvdins & Co... .. ....... ..... .. leave your prescriptions and orders for, yOu pec Mit on an


phone No. 30.

4'. E. Whiltie of New York is atl tlh.
Ocala House.

Nothing as good for connoisseurs as
L Grand Royal 10c. cigar. Sold by all
prlacipal dealers.

J. K-. 'hristian of MIntosh was inll
the city yesterday

Old grapholhole records taken inI
exchange for new ontei-s at the- th al.i
Furniture Co'niiany.

1.. I. Greiger of Ja.cksaonvillh was a
goub*t .,t the Motlnuut7.uti; .-sttr.lt.,y.

(n Thurmltdy ;an. Ft iiday. r.-.tey-to-
wear hats antil .e fe.-mw dries. hats at c. ost.
Mmrs. M4nnie A. IMstick.

J. J. iroin of Ne 'o Votk is ;tt the
Moeitexuma..

Mclver and MacKay have just re-
ceived some of the handsonmeI t ladies'
dtks ever ste n il Florida.

Mr. F'. E. li.ar t,' is h.ai ig his t -sl-
delncl- painttet.

C'hiing out .at cost. c hill.'.r-na h.tin.
baby capts. et. for Thut-l.i.,. a
day. Mrs. Mimnz1.- A Bostlik.

Mr. I W. \ 0. I.o\is i h.i.s til".. fi .T
a tbusit es tin 1t, I So uth hFlor .l.t.


Lavender. for keeping moths out of
your oolen goods. Nothing else so
good. Pootoff ice 1trugstore.

MU s May Tust irn he- s Ii r .tur ie. firm
a vis t to frlttl I i In P'.tmltto

The excellent cigars made by Charle*
Piyser. the Milo VeyVo and Grand Roy-
al. can be had at the tOkala News Co.

Mrs. L It Tydi ng. l.s ;.-tur- e.l
from a t i5it to T.olltah.tssL -. ,r -
twilel :nd o the'r points. .t,'..i is .A guCet (of
her soon. lVr. '. R. T.Tmins..

1l. M. BIone-y h.at just ;ar:i%\ i. \\ h .
carload of tifie .lou'-g gr'a-.ti- Je.sey
m. 11 f ... ..h n O -? T .41. !, .


i The Great Eastern
and Western Line

Across the Entire States of


TEXA ond LOUISIAji
TR.I T1 Hl.E i'> AN.tA R ~I ESTlhpN-

Direct Line to

NORTH TEX AS
NhW MhXICO,
ARIZO;N4A
and
CALIFORNIA

AKI1 F**I1t. NF R B,,K ,,s F t\1A4 RFKFK
E. P. TURNER

General Passenger Agent

Dallas Texas.


Dame. the cream man, has fitted up i ,ine. ill. elin at the 'ala House drugs wih us. We give car-ful atten- Boa W by tl
his crea parlor in a manner that will ainesille we at the tion, prompt delivery and the lowest of.
make his rooms very acceptable to ye *terhy.' prices. Tydings & Co., pho.ie No. 30. J R M
those who are seeking summer refresh -- ---- *
ments. JERSEY MILCH COWS REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,- --
DENSMORE, HAMMOND
Terkeween Bug Destroyer, for spring I have' just arrived in Ocala from TYPEWRITERS SM IT
house cleaning: clean, non-corrosive ':alloAst.. ,a.. w ith the finest car of ; RMI t .
d-Just Received at-
and de ith to iii bugs and in-c ts. Now Jery J iniiit'h o%%s tever' brought to this j
ib the time t o use It: 25 nckts. Ty- it. S"*' th e-n at once at J. R1 Martin OCALA MUSIC COMPANY !
linigs & t'o.. phone No. 30. til. ','s. livery stabl-s. 0'. Bryan. -
E. T. Baum and four children of Carry a Full Line of Gene.
t'rvstal River were at the Mlotnt-zurna' the Fishel Old Stand, West of
To in W .W .Ca an& Co yesterday. All Goods Nw and First
Rugs. Complete Supply on Hand. Oil
Pretty Frame Mouldings, You will nd a well selected stock of Mrs. J. A. Pittman has gion, tio Nash-, Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hi
Haim.sks groceries at ville. Tenn.. to visit frie-ndls anl rel:- and Blinds, Guns and Ammu
iatmJ k A t Iives for a few weeks. better; Wire Netting, the A
Is at J. A. Pittman and Son's. CARMAN A CO'S., - est Prices Will Prevail.
S\A STRONG HEART Seventeen Years' Experienci
Mt. Nil \W.e:t>.irs is .assisting Mr. 1an North Main St., north of city mar- Wans e Peop
i th rk' uring et Is assured by perfect digestion. Indi- With the Wants of the Peopl
Si-T:u>ik IN the Liik s offi.- during *
I .,'uty 1'.!rk H. % istr unk's absence. Specialties- g-stion ss-ells the stomach and puffs
-FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, it up against the heart. This causes
FRUITS ANDr VEGETABLES hrtness of breath, pallpitation of the Miss Daisv NurrTa-y h rast ,'h
FIGHT WILL BE BITTER CHICKENS AND EGGS he-art. and ge-n -ral weaknress. Kodol v",,ur*g ly fr-, S-uffo,,k. Vt..
Th.. se wIho 'ill I.,rsist In ,.losing Remember the place and rest assur- Dysi;psita Cure cures indigestion. re- in tir y-'tr. t it h
thi ...s .ainst th we ill treat you right. lives the stomach. takes the strain Mrs. J.'k e ';an|.. Miss Nurr,-y h


mi.'-n,latiions oof I r. Kinte's N-w\ lis,',cov-
** y for Ct'tosumintion. will hatv' a long
,iii-l blitter fight with their troubles. if
ni ,t e.ndltc' ea.lit'r by fital te'rnirn i.tioin.
R,.ot,! thhat T. R. t-all of i..ill Miss.
lh:i to s.ivy. "I..Ist f.tlI ly n % if. li:t'l -
.''y s%.inMItMi Of *,,notiiir,, '.'. She took
l-. Kini's N-, liw I -,\-:-y .sftr' -.v-ry-
.:? a.ir -'s h.i 1 f1. :1 ,.l. :nt; i-,v ine n t
,* ir -" .it ,!e ., o r .! fiour lootl T.'s .-ntirc-ly
S'.'. h>: ." Qua.t:.tnt'..! Iy th-, A tti-
Mt'i b;.o.]' l :u tst fr -.e Ie., i., ?" . n,'l $1.
T' :.; brtlt.-s free.


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A 5s.Pm s;oah~ng tvot'or.I



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1W. W. CAR.MAN & CbO.



Georgia Southern

& Florida Ry

"Suwanee River Route."

Drzft Fit-er Quick step


Lv Palatka
Lv.ics.v:-
AT. ad.:
Ar T,!t..n
ArT eoCWl-r.e
A L 5 ft
Ar. Aniorxc...
Ar MIor~tgoeri~crv

o;Fo'iteA F. ot
A4' AUjCUstS
Ar At.an*3 .
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Ar Mc r~t
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Ar.L U'.:-vc
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So Ip na A 1.7 a m
a pm 3n5
0*~~ ~ m )~D 1'
4:- a nM I4 m~i
toa nA 3:b41 m
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,a n-.
a n5a

a mosp m
'4L~. p IL Ii.,: aa m
p 7. p mW 13 p ID
a paIL
.a m
Z' 3k'air& M cOp M
sRa mm I.'m
1a m 1--p m


Tra~ !in.'Pa atus .onr--et. a' V'adoota with


off the heart and restores it to a fu'l
performance of its function naturally.
Kodol increases the strength by enab-
ling the stomach an'l digestive organs
to digest. assimilate and appropriate
to the blood an.] tissue-s all of ?he foo-l
nutriment. Ton6s: the- s o,,ma h ar.l ,ti-
gestive- organs. Sold by Wm. Anler-
s. n.


SHEET MUSIC FREE

If you h:\.- pi.arao an'] are at sub-
, ribter to th,- T, *,ala Star. we !il mail
y,u fre-- .I pi- ,f instrume-nt.i sh--t
music All t- .vsk is .o.ur ,..cnm- irl
(-ostff;, ,l].rae-s ;..lrn 'y writr'--. E.
A. P\'i.>,r. ai.. Mas, roea:,:a. M,1
City. Pa.


WATERMELONS FOR SALE
Have 3', acres of mrr n r,sof the- E.ider.
ant. Gl-ossier vari -t.---a fe- .n *'ui:-
ity not sur[.asse' in th- .--ur.nty W I
.e: in the fi--id o r f. o. b. *' .; **n Dr.
WV. P Wi:Vor.. c',ver Pittman ,n-l S.'n'
furniture store, Ocala. Fla.

ACUTE RHEUMATISM
rp.el-, tearir.g -,.r wren hing pains., o- -
tassonei by g-tt.ng w.&: through. worse
when at rest. c-r .n first mo-. .rg th-


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kRTIN & CO.



A & COMPANY



al Hardwmar, nd are new open fee hmemW ie
the Square.
Cl; Agents fe Patteo's S.e Prsoe Paime
Is, Lead. etW. MSteves, Rangtes Farm Tesole
ardware, Tnware, Agateware, ea&. Seb ekMU
nitien. Peninsular Steves and
merican Field and E9weed Feni ThL r p

a in the Hardware Business P assiam ries go
e. Your w wines --e liste


arming A large number of young people met
arrive.] last night at the home of Mise Jessi
ai.atd-r. Lou Martin and gave- a Jolly, old time
:..-s is-; surprised |party. in honor of Mine Joess-
m. r Iny Lou's .usin. Mi s (ouley Sander o
Brouoksville.


o'ol. ",ll-y Bryan of Valdowta. Ga..
The UI-.o. lr,g ,'!ut, t i.< a*nt-rt.t .-ol ,y ill r,-m.m in in ala as a permanent
Mrs. .1 J .*;.- s y-st-rt.v.y ..ft-rr,,in ttizen. provided he can secure a res-
Mrs. *; M. K-.an %ill -nterta.in th- j.--,-.. an-l h- re-luir-e a good large
. u. n-ox Tu-tl.oy .,fto-r.o-,n. onr.
- ,'*hiffors. '.-iding. flowers and laceos
THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED pr-tty rl d attractive line offered.
HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS Thurs.Lay and Friday, at actual coot.
1 Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick.
W. L.. Yar. '-y. P, u. ah. Ky. w:ittes: FOR SALE-Cheap. for cash, a csm-
"I ha..l a. s--:. ..ws- of ki'nr,-y dlis ase plete set of Encyclopaedia BrItaAlea
and th:-,- of th bL,-st rohy Ker.tu-ky t" 7- r:.- with,'it success. Porter. or to J. H. Benjamin. at Sar
I th-n took F,'.:-y s K:;n'-y Cur. The office.
first t,'t.le gave rnm imme-jiata relief.i
ar. h thr- '":-s .:.-! r ;-rm-nanent-, AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 2Sa.
:y. I s .l .y :.. .- 1 rthi= wor. l t-r-
iuy. Imw v '. Iy thin wataf.fe If you aart to get up early and tq
f' l r- n, iy." S-,1. by the Pos taffice'
gl r-rr S1g(ooi ,,d all day take a Little Early Riser
Drg.store. I,- two at be- time. These famous Ht.
-le pills relax the- nerves, gtve qulet
FOP. SALE-A- 'imat,-l Jer,-y milchih rst and refreshing sleep, with a gen-
'A. s. w.'h y .,n.n t'.-s .', limrited1t, movement of the bowels abst
.'unb-r of I'.:." ;: :g. If you want. br-.akfast time. W. H. Howell. RNo-
f r.. y stuff 'f :h- ,.gth-t ti--ng you ton Tex.. ys "Early Risers arxthe
I n g-t it fr.,m H. H. Whi!worth. best pills made for constipstleM. sit"
,- ala. Fla. h,-adache, etc.' Sold by Win. Ander-
-. son.
HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS


-- SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip CMOICR LAMb POm AL


f)


Through Sleepers and Dining Cars
BETWEEN


t
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PA FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 14~ 16S4


First class excursion rates to St.
and Return:


Louis


$45.55, final return limit, Dec 5

$38 final return limit, sixty days

$20.55, final return limit, 15 days

Special ten day reach excursions at very

low rates


'Flarougli it-' I7S f .,ix .1 aI *k 1'~ ll- .. S. l'ai i


MsIntgtgllierY and


LOW RATES

TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.



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

KI L E. REHLANDER,
S T I' m Tray. Pass. Agent.
nnm* No. 18 W 9th St
Chttanooga, Tenn.








ISEABOARDI

AIR LINE RAILWAY, S
FOR
*Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pinea,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
* Philadelphia, New York.
* TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

* Seaboard Express,
* Seaboard Mail.

SfODERN PULL.IAN EQUIPMENT.


* ONLY LINE OPERATING
* Daily Through Sleepers from JacKson- *
Sville to New Orleans.
S r full information and e S!eper l-eervatione. call on say Agent
N Seebaari. cr write
A. 0. MacDonell. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Jackson vile. Fla. U
S C. BOYLS-T N. JR. PasseM er Ageat Jacksonville Fla
*@U@U@ES1S1@ U.1. .U....eU@U


OUR COUNI hiYV fohaIFmqea


Coast


Line


Vacation Days in



COLORADO


1h., M Ith 'l 0 114 S Tou ~~ I N% 11.- -n
A1 . Ki l'iji;t t?-o k. %%'Ilia. I II I ait ispitoi.

M~r I'litit. lsit .ahttiiltif4tootI o. 10-1;1aiV t
hi'.-'ti lii~i ;II ltp :'. 1..a'.uz ting


W. i-ffiiig. a'. VW. J~apksppl. 11. Wi.
I i.*ail;i-iS. F. S. Sladrha. 4'. aC. l'ris-qt.
M~lr.T.1'.:l. i';sts'ur. c-'.unty trs-.amurs-r.
IbPit a ~l~a Iii -S. ait-t-ailptsa .1111 i ls-
lou 'I'ts"1,-ui' :4 eptliw
Ftola-l h-un'-l-
hti. 1.last i-or. Arse1


to $1 7-.N.44 Itluch tiaaaitt''z i % s Y.is a -t -iI, i -z.... ;...iS !515 iis'i't :'102 -ollS $44,340 40;


tIs 1 4i' fll~li.-iS jifJ-r %%%.~t t Ina ii.'. th jsv.w-it 1 Jos OWc-. .. .. .. ....

TlIi' ap I l lis -.tIiespit utaiw'it- t 1pIhis lotPa ir4l 'al~it1.ai'. .. .. ....
ata f'i i uaa.-i n'it imr iov tilt.'riluiis- Illn- I'F~ irs;s u l ~ iuad
io to t Ii tko'spa..- ilai ii tgiazuwa. Upso.n l~at. l~ist i-~ .
4ip ill. fill. Wa i:'11 i 5p1-it~l. 11 t l' i lt h- 4gr0iliota!- s. an' . r~ i.t. . -. 614
1pt thai'1 mist'ii'li it %% IS pfth-d 10%. h~tV. I ilu- l......


N #i:, I t- 1 h it tlit' act iili a t:i kens t # I h'' t-tfiitor-
'iz. Ait thi' !ai'''t iag ill s'stal.At.
I0 Po. 1 4 j13 .: Ige' .2. I iaaiiiotiS forth1i S
tiprl. .ii-'t it a 0i1aa ofis itieu itp O If te

I o.f thfi- i I A list r-iaIf. I i''t itIn. ftpor whItit .11 th[its
hI arI I gii-"t.l I I jy I th.,sum Ill o512.
It- ha.- 1i ciid fl iss i I. i t 'i the I' ipitr.I i .1; t I.(
I I -tI I-I 11' 1-11 l i tai al'q 1111 '1 .oft t(. rail -
uaI 1 4pf t II . IaitIlit' %s-vI s a 1.0-,i 4 I ci [I ia i 4 Ol
alntI j1i16lisht It#ts- i ss'aas's %iithlula1 a 15.1.

1't.grit Iiatlta;i I i -jI'r t tof thle asSt'-S


I a i l. a lil. ...o t. ......


1 isbu s.l t .I . . . 7. .


4 3to


51152 27
l~t~2 24


S34-13 F,
"k..3 90


l ;:tnlla .. ... ...... $.'7",
l{ts:ii'l ths-r.aulps n :iljoiarneil.
It. \V. Liiip. 4'h.iirnlitn.
Attest S. T. Sistrunk. 'le-rk.


t;2


WM. ANDERSON
Asks the re-tadlis of this plap-r to test
Ith- \.valu tof" K iulil O iysi-isia 'Cure.


',- tI..t-li s li h hav- used it and


T h,. I i, il th r,.'ii.'t- oit :i.lj.ti 1 nel tnI Itil
t,**nttrt i l [' \v Ill"i? Iil t i < at ''h k.
June 9, 1904
Th. t, .,n. ii ..t. All i Iti. l.ss,-I ion.

It W' .l t .Il 111* t lst.-il ,' 11it 1.,'i tt i t < -
-1- Ithit tlei h: ti iii i lhph \t-\- I T
, .-s.1, It, t I ,I;, I tl l ,,-ii A ss .\s ..< i. t 1 nIll .
in i ett in T:ilip|, I .I!n Juin '.1 nll-Xt. .in. ,
t I),- ihIit i .t 1 l ll T 'll ,Il- 1 ;A lI T oill .,,t I A !
, .l: .t. .- t: 1 \ ,T lT ll ,. N A I-' .!,
S. i l > !.-s .n t,. j I.. l.i .> .


W 1, ~. t a r '-*- u .. t

S i ..

NI ,.' '' .

-'~ ~ tA.- .- . ,*-


\ hoi h:iv"- lb-it -icured by it. do not hes-
it.it t os I p -' iilti ii it to their friends.
K*,l, .,ligtests %h:at you eat, cures indi-
tstion, '1yspepsia arnd all stomach
it oui ls. It irtint-: sse-s strength by en-
.illing thte stomach ;and dilie-.tive or-
i:tiis t., .cnitritlitt to the blood all of
th- nultl itii'it co inta l;iiil in> the food.
K.'..il lvs..lepisi C'ure is plea.sunt and


KNIGHT TEMPLARS-
ODD FELLOWS


The Last Opportunity of the Year to
Visit California
'i--uiliir .tg August 1;.. :awtl continuing
.I,:yL t,, ,.- h [ h.-, **. ruinl trip tickts.
S.1 I. .- .s' .I ,i. a., tunt ,'f the above
. v.iiv -mii t';" rion all ,-,ints in th !
Sit'uthr.st to -ith-r Los Ange-lI's or -
S. *1*. i ;it -xt!-tre.'ly Iow rates.
"" l; ",.,l l' u I. lim iit **rt,,br 23.
Ti. k.', ". '! I -rT .it ,,f t-n ,l:ty stop
-A -- at St I..>;iis l ,L- '. h.->l--r th-
S*.', -:* .. .. *: o.,.n ,"-- .i. t v.^,1 r>--
-. x t h.1 t. t a.-11 r -t

a,. '. ;. :. .:-- .1t i ::i..:.t h.arge- .f si

L.. !": ..... .. a> I, ,i, Syst,-m of-
'A .. " 1. + i'.- ; r i: --r..
\V: .:-. : ,t--+ i--. r.;; -'- L.t'-atu!C I
. ... ... .' !:..';,; . Us p!u.ir an:
. .;. L. P:trr.tt,

A COSTLY MISTAKE
.',- + :. ..* -' -- v-ry x .** .-


POPULAR


EXCURSION


M J. a.A ~


-TO-


- $3.50


- $5.50


!


(Continue'] from first page.)

411.Izzar-l rusa.1 be vxt-nI1.1 ol 14,if a iiate

Ti- t-I h.I.--I IIL Ih- I -UlaIT JIZ-I .ts.. h-~h s .u
T -a tth.--u "jnz.5.rt .:the fil~u heis t t wcat

''z~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~t lift ori. ~ 'ut.~~g-,. h. h Thaul a

Wth. l- '.to-as rth -I-Si b ,ui!ln~ t '.n- w Bt he a I 11teiruh tld 4
o-zi1t-.is th t1- t.op t .uiijniriit thi. ofd mungt W isth
t- 'il-s.If h.1- 1lh~t'-.l t'ts .'noUtert&

,f. t .- f. it .. Ii, ..ri t -#u- r t:1thu c.--diuTlem mm *1tic W
'.Ot. S 1A- h".-tithi th.ui"ff.-r'- 1;-!I!.i- make of bolaud
.,U II n L. h 011.-1iN I.i~
~ 4.1~.I it I 'Puriy ill Ittiis

th.-h '-'.ntr.-,u .!-si n t I ul-l i w usth.I
Nh.*. *-~.i.r- rh, Utha1 tt is *C.l~i-uI t oomw.n iosnil The =ti-wa
tm of Is m is I" d qhad
th, -1sths ilieri %it sa.weknssfo low .~ h

JuLy is I -t igs.'n- t pith.- sU.S. Di.liee'sualdn edca
tn-nt %%ill s.-t *.urt ,puh, h..us'mvedisese.d
it; lit-- ity ,f:I a. l r. C II vt o-i! i n-un a-stm c w Oh r
i--I I') --Stlhief.'n tIhis.- ult. ,1'-. -!Vla- 10 makes--Iare"t amadto pay
th~ .ii tha is h. Pultv ;il I this gestio n. gand cit mald

'l tp h. !IUi':i' ih ti-t .11- nui "t - ~, or-*I so ua ffl salo, ry obsi' .

III- ith.. t an-1uOL"t N*t 'I" Is~'na t h a tm rrotff
11uvi-tag ithe : st t-rrn 1,ft3he .-'iAv.for ou'ii k.
t. It,- pro-*s'. .rit h ;'av riou~jils ci- us .ar- Iar s u~.i lo. aI' t rin ~ -i-ed a b th

i''tjijr.1'ia ;psief rto -ig hatI' is .~il. e I was, so infal ir g :an agrI ee-l
I ita'i M~i~rt aiil "'Ili~~sh;' iiai.as hiit \1iti ah m be'ar aduntil. forodtait


P.-sl'*t -a I t hI~i t it''! u n mi the a-, t of th e d epo o'.ii
11,I-s bia-"ttio) st.'hii i n ;it. M-. E L. 'atns-l. ax cvmills-i-t n. s


.ai't losha1 i ;.aaato) ho-. ,4t if tI-. i.n s .aj- z.lnirK motte' cuireS'.i n ter ut
I I 'too I.?'l. islit .IliUf' s.1J#..e..1%4erMedial Adv5 ser.J.4.
Th-- f-i r'dhivitai''1.., Mri ~ a.$1. iorll~n tin $pape r cow" i'e.s am as
The s Ii .llsiror th pc-i 51 ns h 1 zuitf- -orh't '! v l g js-lo e 's i of 21 *t 016-I .1
t "i'tt at,'l li; ls Iif 5:1! i-g lat S -arkus, .ara' al's i a;.se. '' the j ur .


Leave Jacksonville...... ....... ........... ......9:0 a. m.
Arrive Macon....... ................ .. ...... ....4:00 p. m.
Arrive Atlanta.... .... ......... ........ .......f:30 p. m.
Tickets good to return on any regular train up to and including train
leaving Macon 2;15 a. m.. and Atlanta 11:55 p. m.. Sunday. June 19.
Further information furnished upon application Passenger Offk-ice.


v


Wanted-A well dtter.
Sternberger.
*. 0 No. 2 shingkes cbea
Steraberger.


JLi

3.NOA


Sever-al new cottages for r& 1 JL.
Starr Sternberger.
For Sale Chbeap--*-.. o. 2 shi-.
gI" J. Starr Stern berger.
*Pte roe shad every other ty at
Tompkines tall. x.. I*. city t v .
Choke Florida beef. chckens. eg
;.nd country produce at NHolbmd's gre.
eery.


Vest Bay street. Telephone 743. Quit talking about other
J.3C uit s the person ouaem pealk&
J. C. LUSK, District Pa ger Agat, T.,,,,,T t," r"" y our s ,mr
o -bout is far ymr superior.
SJad mvfe, Fla.: *Cal at the Mack Hou s wr w
Sortable lodgi and board at


Die rate. Wet Br OUdw .
S E A B 0 A R D 0" Ice cream of all flavors every ,gr
i at Tompkins and Brooks Ice r- -
warden. Go and enjoy yowrself.
0 *Keep In memory that the MaJt
0 House furnishes meals at the followlh
I hours from 7 to from 1! to 1. ai TI
to S.
SPECIAL RATES
*Call at Mrs. W. 1'. Willoaughby's ftr
$45.55-ST. LOUIS, MO, AND RE- Tickets on sale daily, beginning April *re'-emaking. All orders fiUed with
TURN 25; limited to December 15. returning. Jipa.tch and neatnes~. West Brea&
i way.
3S-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN Tickets on sale daily, beginning April!
.:FOR R]E.-r--Thr-e-room bo
25; limited returning 6" days from FoR rENT-Three o-rosm howe
date of sale. two 3-room houses; one 4-room s
one 5-room house. J. Starr >teram o-
~24.20-CINCINNATI, 0., AND RE* Tickets on sale July 16 and 17; limIt- ger.
TURN. ed returning to July 25. Extensslk
i*Fresh water bream and tret. si
obtainable.
______________ ___ water trout, sheephead and b ass
salt cured mullet and fresh others at
FRESH M7E TS 7AND GC ME J'keThomas.mark&L
IL. Green, the lightning shaver. C"
V. kt-e-i. on hand a full line of the best l-t-cf. Pork. Mutton ani Sausage anI try his shave and hair cut an
to be- had. ;name- in season. Fresh Vege-tables. etc'. 'ar,-ful i attention to will always come. Shave, Mr.: hai
orders an.l quick de-livery made. W. L. JONES. Proprietor cut. 25%.: honing razor. 5c.: 'onemve


CITY MARKET


Florida East4 Coast Ry.

LOCAL TIME CARD Me. 56. b Efct Jumin4,1904,

esunmi1 Buri. me um Raw.
0 a O iL v .... ............ A *GoalS
I; ~:. .......... ft 90V.....:i!


... k'e.. ..... rip
I I :::>::::::.:U... ....... . ""a E
Ar ............... A S. v l .......... iiL"11
. ..........P1110 ... .. IN


.... -. .. -1 sea in
............ 1 1 ..... -, **. ..... P' 4
ft"e .......... p 7..
......... ... ... I ..... ..S e
..........: ..........r sTm le
will ........... ......... S.4e
A..c.... ... ......... .Z ~
~Si y~......... ................. m. ...... .........v 231 Oa

I~el~v ............................' . 1 -.4 ar' I ow a
.......tss..... ..11 U Ilavl .3.. j114SU
ak ....... ........ .... 12 Ar O "W Y. ~ -',#a; UMD
............- St.."I s 1.,. ........ 2 N : os


ii ~. I II* :-o I 7J Daily Deft belly -Dmady


p t a ale $af*Samip~ppiU
noI DubI.6 SOaG& iiIV 5314S0
g Peash Bomb,: 14 p 13 P 50pi

amI ASM AM A 900MMSMNAL STIAUSNIP UUUECTlSSSAT MAUS


OSMU96UU19I EM aT U me UISAUIW iw ?"a P. a06& & & & MUP*V
HAVANA AND KEY WEST
Thaw flu..Tabs w" a m a*sa4.whikvin 1hae~40 to arrive end 4pp.'s
brehI~Uwal~glm~bmi~ ailva atd~pemr.at She tiin.O SZ61ted1 set wuau'aa*,
luau ~abhW say dewa or say e-wqselet0a.e arang shv.'.
For Gew *CkeIA). LOOM.hUN AND or Otherlaftgnaggs
..g5 T ICKT AGENT."
ixU D R&RNUR, AWL QM- PM& sMt ., ST. AUGUSYWU-vj, FlA.


Atlantic Coast Line RailwayCo ay


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 Ro-ch-lle. Palatka. Jacksonville and
all points east. Also for Macon. At-
lanta. Nashville. Chicago. via Dixie
Flyer route.
For Le*-sburg, Croomn. Trilby. Brooks-
villi. Tarpon Springs, Clearwater. '
B-ll-air. St. Petersburg. Lakeland,,
Tampa. and Int-rmediate points.
For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosas-
sa an- ntt-rme-liate points.
rFr Jullette. High Springs., Live Oak.
Dupor.t. Wayeross and all points east
and n-.t.
For Juliet"--. ';ulf Jun. tion. Hurjnsassa
ani min-- m-ji.t- points.


razor. 7I'. All work first claui. ie
long delays;.: two chtirs. NMext die to
Alberstine Smith. on West Bruadway.
*F. Mention, the hustling grToer.ha
enlarged his business and is ready to
supply the public in chok e gro.eriSt
vege-tabltes. '1ol drink.s. confeltioun"y,
etc. Free. delivery uagion. Your or-
fters slis ited. Iron building. Sauth
Main street.


HAVE YOU A COUGH?
A dome of ILallard's Horehound Pyr-
Sup will re-lieve it. Have you a cold? A
Sdiloie of Herbine at bedtime and fte-
quent small dosts of Horehound Syr~
during the day will remove It. Try N
for whooping cough. for asthma. Agr
!consumption. for bronchitis. Mrs Joe
\ Mc*;rath. 327 E. First St.. Hutchlmalm,
Kans., writes: "I have used Ballarre
Horehound Syrup In my family for IeV
years. and find it the best and mel
palatable medicine I ever used." 25..
50e.. $1. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.


REWARD
The undersigned will give a reward
of :25 for the names of the parts wbe
are stealing melons from his field a few
miles west of h-ala. with suffklfent evs-
dence to convict them. W. P. Wllse.




REAL ESTATE AND INGtURAMC
F. W. Ditt, Reem 12, Msehal.'
810914 O-te FI,
For lots to bull- on, from $10 to IJG:
houses to live in. from S75 to $lef.
Some of these go for cash amd m e
on easy terms. I warrant all titio
CALL AT O.CW


LA GRIPPE





iFOLEY'S 2Zk~



Em vac. menUfw"f.,cm
of am "a 6"m"Am bleroan
Poipsto~ffit-o-lvru"s'tor,!.. E-ala. Fla.


WE WILL SELL
Colonise tickets to CALFPOS.
NIA, OREGON. WASMINO.
TON, IDAHO, UTAH aid b.
GREAT NORTHWEST

CHEAP
During March a" d ApiiL Ow
rowte tames yeo though ST.
LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, COL-
ORADO and SALT LAS
CITY.
-THE SCENIC LINE
OF THE WORL-"


AYd RetE1

THURSDAY, TUNE 16, 1904.


IU:L u -i. n, I it it i l t .--%h'! ni. k f.: t h -TaI -


Through Sleeper service From

St. Louis and Memphis Every Day


LOW RATES ALL SUMMER

GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT
;.-:i. I.' A.t.. Iist. l' ss. A t..
I.'t- I-, k, Aik., Atlinta. Ga.


I


MACON


ATLANTA


Atlantic


WORLD'S FAIB RATES


mo mmu


Rock Island, '
S'y's'ise"Jm'A


PA~t FOUR


OCAA EENIG SARTUESDAY. JUNYE K ISM~


Special Train via Southen


Railwaj


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