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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 20, 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: VID03533
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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OCATLA


EVENING


STA.l


VYle 10. Ntmbe 4 OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1904 Fty Cits a Ma. 5 Ya
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We have alao a i
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AT


umIST


. ChAie and San-


STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION

ieettit of the Editors in Jackso0ville
Last Week.


Th.irt n~ee'iii -v* 1-mia re-,-
A.oeiciatP ni.) .i1a.::- 'tv.Aic- 1,-;t
%% cek was. a ,i ne, tuniirically. '
nop t in a li-in. '%- !-inc. 1e,r1cau-v the
6lized Tea in pacik- 4111e ct WAn purIP i-c 1 44 the 'r:.-
If pound-a njelon- tdto ein %% ere lio 'tt cIricd'i .taut. ixa
Itf. n1xv! ..1141 tiiecr'ut v.lh v 111Cth
mething gotot anl 11' 'A %iaiierwer 1,,in i e a.Te
me an 1.4nbor iti reu- i it Mclovath. after MNax' r
No elan e\t( n "V41 a 'xe. too tee t
riu'.-Itv tndi :raink- Mav-. theiv m,ri2Z
C, I frt o; etile I'nao-lace 1,a I trital rv-
gEIE!I!HV. -p 'ni l wh n ~la!i e-of th' -. e1 1ii.41
Ua'VBM madc 1,1 ;.~i.-iah l a lrt-.. ich x\%a-


viewg For
Y WATCHES
And
REPAIRS

P. O. B. WElIHE
The )ew -

STENOGRAPHER
AND
TYPE-WRITER


wrthy *9i the -cca:-i-n.
I -lit.ier Tanui oif the lMianii Mce-
tro f the l- ail.n- in l iiilillng in tile
i -tate. awil thi- x\\ a all the. r al ne x\7-
;la'.ur v.,r;. -Intie. altholi'm the.- i,-
nar:mii inma:,;c-! utl i three. ,"a.-.
nothit-r niccting \\ a- hidl to lrilt
re- olutio ii-. thaitkin.,; ev\crxle .1l\
Ij & I\ coa', cointrilnutiol t.,\war(l tll
oIr ,tit anwl cilca-urc of tilt- t ,ccaifel.
.\At llhis i.u inuc- lillt ti '. \\I I%' .el-,-
it,,r Mi-cK.;.i papitr was hanielc l
in. anmi thle .ret.i what to \\ithl it. awl thii> writer
ask.el tliat it 1 t r'ad 4-1e i1 n e i
't Wovcl that it le laiclf, t the illc
i,, ies- nion "i t'f r e inP '.licati< ln.


MISSL N. SINCLAIR J le \\Writhit o ack', It[ilk.
: .:a.ked for a fcw minutes to ,r *'t.*nt
Private office In Commercial B-ink. ,ti i t- .aa ii t ,- iiilc,. t icr.- .t
the vital oit tor t pr>rei -
TYar work In the above lines solicited ',ri. lt oe fi .r -
speed and accuracy guaranteed. 1coin.ilkrati,,n ,of the. e.litr. of tle
---- state to take upt this iUmatter dof so
S.ErS nela value tol the state. and tlr e-
F ISn H UTOYSTRF r lei-ilattirc to, pa-. la\,\ t l re-
:tect thle sall If hI is x\\ill h,. I have fresh Bottom Fish and a-l ntio doutii it will i timte. -ei.
Mullet always on hand: i2rat .ee, l will o'nc of the iimcet
i l.r. \\t woe uld :u.l g t to |1'i,; i
Cedar Key and Crystal River \\'right to oriiulate Iii ile'a. in
OYSTERS. \\ritin'g anl have a!l their pa,,r- of
CIht.ise St ate t c1p tilh : Wtine. \\ klii \\
EVE EH DAa ji,,ur aiiaceiit l ,re t. are ,li,;l,-
Opened and delivered upon request ieearing andi, ilthiiiim t., replace
: ll t. TI'lh. w.aith of a;lt is ixtin,
SEE ME,. I CAN cut down.l
FILL YOUR WANTS a lit accut c .i rt- te -.,, ot -t
W. I TUC ER iy, tihe plirorram ihad i nt e.<..i car-
MlAitt. ried'! mNt xN as that lt- .,lit, er'. t,,
w' m lli -itlicts llhai l iit a::itice.l
andi t. w\hichi they ]cro ,iiieI.l to, re-
J I Li 'il. had hie.: -truck withini ::<
x v uI.- pro rtration o il.~ toi t ilt
_'tre-il uneoii-ilt- withli whicl thiiv hal
CAUPEITER AND uUILDERi -en o.,,linu ii, t,.e poitilcan-
Offers him service, to the people of jt. u ci etal c. I.Thc ,tale l-
-rOaa and ty for work in h line. t i r (
Ocala and vicinity for work in his line- \. \Vil';,,. ,,tf tileh llc.--I. 'ni, eil all 1


If recommendations and good %ork
count. thrn I feel capable to make es-
Uimates and carry them to a successful
Issue. J. D. Williams.
No. 1 S. 2nd St., O.ali. -Fla..

BIREAD, rCAIK
-and--
FANCY GROCERIES

For the finest bread. cakes
and Fancy Groceries in the city
REMEMBER TlHE

FRENCH BAKERY
HAS TIII-M


MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS


A Specialty
MRS MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
COtTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
generall Repa!ring
Sattacom G-aaned
Address
BOX 01 OCALA, FLA


HERE 13sfA GOOD IDEk

While ytour fanilily I- au .iy ftsr the
suninwr Itt us put %o'ur ;.iumbiie:n in a
ownit-iry ciditkii'. Your I ip i%%aiy ftir
the suninwr u all d41no nve d if %' ou etime
home and.! breathe svu~er g~ite all uin-
ter. Florida Plumbing~ and Electric
Company.


J'li .x. 'alld ell of the \lhite
Springs I ler:ald.. ( If co 'r- the ,1oI
* ot.crs xwere re-clectedl It i- theI
custom tll o pliilein them ill iti ,t
Sec 0on d train.
Secretary .\pplcearl \\;a. in dIe-
1:tanm. l. for dlidl not twent'v-t live newV
n tieiilK'r i ,niil. a in l elihl't v.cert.4r nlte
of them line up at the Souttiierni
Railway oetfic ffvr a pa -. to St. I., *u-
i-. There was .uieore cricern feor
tlii- part if ih prt c . attempcting to j et ttoctlicr anal
furthering thle \\rk ,of 2,-'tin, o, ,i
betterr ipal.'rs. or hiw. :at lca-t. it
co.ule i c. dol u. It t.k .. -everal
hliours tio -ciure trani.o-1 irtati.onI an'Il
an extra ,'ar. toi lake lhctii te til f.air.
The afternooell of la-t \\.elt-.'iyv
\\a% d ,,et.,-Il to .- i hit-:C. a.ii iti,,t t
thie it\ thle 1pre-- of thl ct:i C coiIn-
!,lim cnt tiii thi vi-itin.s- .litor. \\ith
a free trllc\ ri!eI' t. th ti- iark. hei
trickic, : farn. ;ai l Rivte t'r-.I ,It-h
\\ili hai cl argc ,f tl ti 1,-ti-n.W i-
ersi,'i, \\txrc !. \\. \\ hil. e n,.. \\.
\ !, i]n anll, 1-. i. l'ai:tu'r. oi 'Si ontnil
ti're. fc rtnili/r fan.c. \t thl tr-ch
fanrtm "' :i\cIr I. I r ." tIh fa-,,u-
itretting ,, -trich. \. l- harit--vd for
nlr ll cle'atii l,1 a 1 1 l thile -V ax c
\%%.nt tlic I ',. r-c \\x; i a a'a'T:,,l..\ ,
;n ,l r Ic' !i':i to, ou, r r;iI' n a: ;>'-
re "'l ,himi C1 tn *r riiati
Illst. II. T k-Lcep in- -lat Lu h. !-.i'i h "
I'.i'lt I the l iri- \\I i*-. \\ hat+'
lthe ra te' V. a-, ,ta i'r he teh .- .,," I' i ,
-. ; o.'" ,\ 'r tlhe tail of eI , .*r- il
.i ,< '.alitn. ,:* 'he ?:iri-l


'e I Ivt ca., I in It! .Rt -~h il
ci t croc' I I!i a in '.a I 1' -a. 1 .N .


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"tIn r( iLite n *U T -i' L", 2

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'p


S-- 50.OOO.OO


ing up the taxes on his large tract
of land. with a prospective cattle
ranch on it.
There were others we had not
seen for some time. but we must
close.


of Sewing Machlaes
We have a large number of sewing machines that hatve e.. .ed-am
out little-that we will cloa out at Bargain Pries. These ameblemse have
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all wer pefte o*


Now a word about Jacksonville. placed and made as good as new for service. Each macaiin ie adj a dtrd
the metropolis of the state. Its and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves oar a tra. Can ae e
growth is phenomenal; its wealth and tried, if desired.
is getting to be fabulous. It now We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prie u r from b e M1,
claims o.ooo people and pays taxes and each is a bargain at the priae.
0 i13. 0o.ooo00. Tlose who saw We are agents for the celebrated "Now Home" and Whelsr and Wil
Jacksonville before the big fire of son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attashmetI .
May. 1901. and know of its popula- Graphophone and Records. A G aphophone and M Rsseer* r
ticn and trade. and have not seen
it since are indeed surprised. Its SPECIAL AT'E.. "ION TO MAL OR
rebuilt portion in homes and busi- F "
ness structures is a wonder, for inut rn.t.. nda r" s
architectural heatitv there is n.oth-
ing in the state to compare with it. "SM ITXH'S"'


Ocala


Furniture


Co.


A. E. BURNETT


THE JEWELER

RINi WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVER

JEWELRY

AND

OPTICAL GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

OCALA- LODA

Atlantic; Coat Line Railway COPY


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 Rochello. Palatka. JackessM a"
all points east. Also for Macem. At-
lanta,. Nashville. Chicago. v i Dl e
Flyer route.
For Leesburg, Croom. TrUby. breeft.
ville. Tarpon Springs, Clearwater,
., Belleair. St. Petersburg, L|AhMi.
Tampa. and Intermediate pelltaL
For Juliette. Gulf JUetleM. BMsm.
sa and intermedlale poslta,
ror Juliette, High prtag%, Li Oh6
Dupont. Waycrei sad all p isg o
and west.


CAPITAL


J. M. M E FFiE'R'I'.


*0
a 0


J. H. TAYLOR.


Ocala Ice& Packing

Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice w
ing plant in this section, and as a result,
turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest


3PJIx>3te Dqc>. 3A.


WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAI


J. R. MARTIN & C(


GENERAL


LIVERYa


i h* | and few cities anywhere with ico.-
U) ooo people that can approach it.
New buildings are springinginup
ork- like niushrooms and its trade is al-
10ost td doubling itself every twelve
n itoiths. Truly the state metropolis
ice. i.- our pride and boast. and its news-
papers. the Metropolis and Times-
'nion. have no equals, when con-
ditions that make papers are con-
s idered. lay prosperity continue
IONS x"ithithem
D &W e\\' had almost forgotten genial
--- lbert Williamson. formerly state
s.enator from Citrus. Hillsb,-ro and
])ade counties, and who. ten years
ag o. ran the News at Inverness
fie is n,,ow proprietor of the Florid-
Ean a'il d "vil shortly launch an even-
inig paplr in Jacksonville. If any-
.4 nt" can lake a go of it Williamson
MEN can. He has brains, judgment, zeat
anl grit.
It was the consensus of opini,,n
;a1,, the ohl stand-by.- o,f the as-
N, ,,ciatio n anil who\, believe in its re-
I p s 'ilenlim: features, naudvly. that
*W-W ,tiK-h gc N1 can eo'lt out of these


: re- nweeting- if the itunneting fe-i-
utire- ar- made scon'lary and heat t
to hlart talks abNtut nerwspape-,r
. ork and newspaper matter are
iet-nite'l i f the first inmptnance. that
a bi,' city like Jacksonnvile is .-,.t
ihw pace fir such gatherings. atid
\ ere t*lea-e a. n i 1int-'i fr tih- ne,:t gather-.1:..
THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS


W. L Yan-.cey. Paducah. Ky.. writes:
"' hitd a sv-re ase of kidney disease
and three, of the best physicians in
Ker.tu-l:y treated me without success.
I then took Ful-y's Kidney Cure. The
first bottle gave me immediate relief,
an-l thre-. bottles cured me permanent-
ly. I gladly recommt-nd this wonder-
tul r-me-mdy." Sold by the Postaffice


First Class Meals


Dining Room open until midnight.
attention given to special orders,
a- _ft -_ -


Personal
anything
a wl
!!MTg


antd deserve the victory she has
She is prospering.and very proud of Im
her sons. whom she has taught the
printer's art. and who assist her in
0 getting out her excellent paper. And stays there, there honey
LADhids waES OXFORDS AT s accopai by in theower. Possibly you have observed that customers
hAr Shosband. who spent the past stay with
'5 U1 four years in Cuba. investigating
its possihiliti. He pronountce. it U A mM Mm L
the greatest sto-,k country in the IW K I - AUMIE K
vorld. and said those who had gone | f i Au n m
int., the business, taking tic. h j v
the forelock, had made ltoo per cent. -
San'nuallv on their investment.. and'
COME AND GET A PAIR BEFORE THEY ARE thiis at lie proposes to foow,.
raving Mrs. Childs to folo I Mlattr
ALL and establish the first stock "ouinal SEASI E iN NiD g I ITAN
.ALL GONE for our sister republic.
Editor Farmer of Bronson %'as in Leading Hotel and Pleasre Rest on the Ead C"
the gang. He. unlike Humphreys
g,ot beat for the state senate. which
In no wise had lessened his dish
W J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANYl;""',a".hthe EVERYTHING MODERN
to Corporate greei anl co-pcrate EV R Y H IG
IWl s U ASHU UUE _U i money to debauch the primaries. Homelike and Comfortable.
Editor Mack of \\'ewa!,itclika.
o Ml -- c\oun ty. twentv-five ih. Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
. the count site of Calhoiun Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
:.r \il i"eINr .ta 'cxr n 'r. i -tte litae ; rhat oir overD unt% antid f>rtmiles fro tlhe $ PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
trial u r-i ,:i-,. ',:l. 'i,,, t le litical e r t railroad. was in the push." widi
a, I ,t ,, t!*.I tit n Iu'.tt'. .I.n tt.ee cut. t. M rs.. Mack antd one of their "'hr- Adc s HORACE F. STEWART,
iatle p;u thit,\ ";Kn-a- .at ,a ew .ail tr latt .il4 iami said hlis a ls.. en route to the fair at St. GODAI, .OR A
,.- Luis. Air Mack is one of nature's
p I tn"e \\L:- ti l t, i at. k.ck-,,%"ilHc. t,,, '.ulcli ,lail niIln had i valedi his!
t noblemen as straight as a shingle.
.irt ina a--ason-three. as honest-as a working bee. He ie- *
t,,r c.\h waN delightell, toi e .rcilieves in co.untrv correspondence nrcoeforpodn
ill tttl 1- c ... \ a ilS dtherca his paper, which sentiments were
met wt\ere I-,, i li'r\' ..t tihe lianihi!. in. She is a bright and shin- print in the Ties- union of Sat-, ......
I ra;,d 'nt.,\x i li rat;ill. \\i.> \a,. re- in liIht in Flri'la newspaperdloni urt a .
----i The sight of Sherwool of the R I OPKI
ive Oak Dlemocrat was good for
ME sore eyes. Sherwood used to own, 1a t Fh ?*o M -dE gant I .L o oIf. a.. as
and( edit the Citrus County Chroni-
cle and published the best paper the'
county ever had. but his genius Her styles lead the world of fashion, ana always will be found
yearned for a larger field and found there the most exqusite production of modern art and styles
R 0 J H OR DR E S S D It was a pleasure to meet honest THE LATEST PARIS CREATION
John Frank of Jacksonville. who.
See or Phone snse 'years ago. published a Tourist An Ewisae a ksd Dhaa Lim Li of D1 HIaft Ah iay
uiiide. but is now running a sue- iS a
B ces sful job printing office. Mr.
B H SY M O U R Frank. before Uie big freeze, was A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.
promoter of a thriving village about
PHONE! NO. 25. cala Fla. itn miles west of Juliette. or
PHONE_ NO. 25. .- -c F Blue Springs. in Marion county.
but that frigid night in r895 did
Shinm up. and now he is simply keep-


(o omrnereial Bank
c BRANCH OF
, COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS
RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT
AND SOLD


Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps
Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

FINE VEHICLES, FAST HOI


Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.

J. R. MARTIN & CO.


RESTAURANT'-


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES


Delicious Hot Soup Daily


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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. JUNE 20, 1904


"TIE MUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIT1W'


".EAGLE BRAND"


DAINTY


UNDERWEAR


H. B. MASTERS,

SSOLE AGENT


GCOLP IL, ms L


EVENING STAR

C. L. SITTINGER a CO.

C. L. Sittinger and R. R. Carroll
ProprIetoar and Publiabers

C. L. BITTINGER,
Edit. and General Mantmger.

R. ft CARROLL,
City EditMr and Blineisi Manager

Congressman William Bailey La-
mar of Monticello and Mrs. Ethel
Toy Healy of Atlanta are to be mar-
ried in St. Luke's church, Atlanta.
on Tuesday evening. June 28. Sev-
eral hundred invitations have been
sent out by Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Boyt Toy. parents of the bride. Mr.
and Mrs. Lamar will leave the same
evening for Saratoga, where they
will remain until July 13. when they
will go abroad for three months. Int
December next they will go to
Washington and be at home at tilhe
Shoreham.
This is Florida's congressman.
known to all the "red hill" yeoman-
rv of West Florida as Hill Lamar.
who made a national reputation
while attorney general of the state
for winning out on the old F. C. &
P. R. R. for $9r..ooo of taxes. liHe
is a handsome, polished, genial.
honorable gentleman, of character
and standing, and whom Floridians
are proud of. and are delighted to
hear his helpmeet is a lady of cul-
ture, refinement, beauty,. and pos-
sessed of all the graces and virtues
inseparable from a noble woman-
hood. The Star extends congratu-
lations.
The following communication
was received by the editor of the
Star this morning .and this is what
he is accused of purloiining. honest
John B. Floyd's word. cream. hut-
ter. bread, tomatoes, watermelons.
and such front Mr. Clement's store
at Weir Park during the picnic of
Friday last; also charged with
breaking open the boathouse and
other unlawful invadings. The
communication closes with the
words: "Good Lord! Can't you he-
have yourself?" VWell. we adntit we
like all the edibles enumerated, and
had not our better half provided us
so bounteously with toothsome
things for the stomach that day. we
might have been convinced we were
with the marauding hand complain-
ed of by Mr. Clements, but as it
was we are not guilty, and others
must be sought, on whom to fasten
the blame.

Mr. W. H. Timmons of Nash-
ville. Tenn.. was in the city this
morning right from the big Confed-
erate reunion. and reports a grand
time. Mr. T. is here to look after
his thrifty groves at Citra and make
improvements on the same. among
which will be the installation of an
irrigating plant. One of our active
sand shovers was showing Mr.
Timmons some of ckala's desirable
realty, and got Mr. T. in the notion
of investing. Let us hope so.

Dr. J. G. VanDyke. who lived
at Fruitland Park. but supplied the
South Lake Weir pulpit for years.
died at his home Friday. aicd 82
years. He was a man of high char-
acter. learning and profound p1ict
His remains were buried Saturla


SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY
Rate

Last Excursion to West Florida and
Return This Season
Lake City, $3.25; Live Oak, $3.75;
Madison. $4; Monticello. $4.50: Talla-
hassee. $4.50; Quincy, $5; River Junc-
tion. $5; Hainbridge, Ga.. $5. Tickets
on sale for night train only of June 27;
final limit. July 5.
$6-SAVANNAH, GA., and return.
Tickets on sale for night train only of
July 1: final limit July 12.
$ -COLUMBIA, 8. C, and return.
Tickets on sale for night train only
of July 1; final limit July 12.
$34.35-EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK.. and
return. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
andi Saturdays: limited 60 days.


A MYSTERIOUS MURDER

William Ruth, the well known
hack-man, was mysterioulv killed
by unknown parties at 8 o.'ciuck last I J


ji


Li T .\Ti


A lot wanted of foin oine-half t..
$2S.55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK., and re- one acre ill size \. (. I.. Rv..
turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays within or adi,,ining cit\ limits.
and Saturdays. Limited 60 days. where si g a put in and
$19.301-NASHVILLE. TENN.. and re- warehouse a numill erected. A.,l-
turn. Tickets on sale June 18. 19, 20. dress with lowest ternls. ( )cala Sued
July 3. 4. 5; limited 15 days from date Store.
of pale. Extension obtainable to --
September 30. .lMr. W. 1). Cmoldoin, the s ocialis-
$r.5-TUSAL SA ALA.. tic philosopher of ( )cala. has spent
I..s-T ALOSA. ALA.. and re- the ast weck ii. the ital-
turn. Tickets on sale June 14. 15. 16. k
17. 20. 21. 27 and July 4; limited to ity t M.r. ('hiarles (Gib;son't is li meat
. 1 a J 4 ;' rahaniville. where lie \as treated(
15 days from date of sale. Exten- .k a a e r
like a lord and feasted ou ti o li. Mr.
sion obtainable to September 30. 1904. \lii i. n cg i
S \\illiamn, aulltt ) loo tponds il
$19.30-NASHVILLE. TENN.. and re- three hours nithi a gig. while I'ri-
turn. Tickets on sale June 23. 25. 27:; vate Iill M.1oorman vankkel a thir-
limited to 15 days from date of sale. teen liunild trIltM front~ the river.
Extension obtainable to September 30. - -
$26.15-WEST BADEN SPRINGS. IND. Mr. J1. If. Alli,,ll. who hias 1beetn
and return. Tickets on sale July 21 assisting Mr. C. I. Melton in the
to 24 inclusive; limited to August 11. sawinii1l hb ine- in t1he central l vcc-
ti on. wa's in tlc city t,,ilay oni his
$26.2o--FRENCH LICK SP'GS, IND.,. av t) ;,,,rg t,, l n( ti 11111-
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
to 24 inclusive: limited to August Ii. ___
$31.95-ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., and I.-. I Clatt 4f the (I aine-ville
return. Ticket on sale July 1o and lan[tloffice. spent e-terdlay\ vith hii-
11; limited to July 23. lbr'.ther. Vernil. i-i thi' csit.
$32.S,-EUREKA SPRINGS. ARK., and REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,
return. Tickets on sale July 6 to 9
inclusive; limited to August 7.
TYPEWRITERS
FOURTH OF JULY RATES. Tickets T cI t-
will be sold on July 2. 3 and 4 to all
points in the territory south of the OCALA MUSIC COMPANY
Ohio and Potomac and east iof the
Mississippi rivers. including St. Lou- Profestor I )erhultz o Keuka.
is. Mo.. at one and one-third fares. ;'t1 able celucator. who-e se,. iI t urinl
Extreme limit of all tickets. July S, .it I'litchtinl gave such :llist;,ct:. !1.
1904. I is also a p'l'n hi grower. \\ ithl a re<,'i-
;iltin second to 1 ." itn te il t -i '.e.
SIMMER TOURIST TICKETS to the # it, crate to peac oit t .
princ-ipal reports on sale daily, with e t a,,.t ,,r t, i .
extreme limit Othitoler 31. 1904. tt, t. i liv'arc rtirv ,,m" tli a
$45.6-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RE- .\igel variety an'd iin ize andil ta-
TURN \ i r l'ave not tleen eC< |'clh' in th;-
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April iisrkl t tlis seatsc'oii .--. 'Fr\'-1r
25; limited to December 15. returning., i at.idle tlhe fruit all til d i. 1,:;'.
aT --9 LOUIS l MOr ANDft RT tlM t '' \\ill g'. their in.,.'- '*.rt'l.


.00---- l % t w t, ., i F%1 1 n iwn
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
25: limited returning 60 days from
date of sale.
$24.20-CINCINNATI, 0., AND RE-
TURN.
Tickets on sale July 16 and 17: limit-
ed returning to July 25. Extension
obtainable.

R. D. FULLER,


*DENTIST#


Office Over Munroe & Chamblise
Bank. Ocala. Florida.

F. E. CHACE,


Lee Graham and Major M. NTAl SURG N
Hubbard returned -,estertla, fri,1n D IAL URFO
the Nashville Confederate reunion. Office Upstairs Commercial Bank.
Miss Fennell of iGainesville. one oft Building, Ocala. Florid&.
the sponsors.. whose picture ap- TERMS CASH
peared in the Suntlay Times-1'niin.
and Miss Pauline Sullivan of t -cal:i.
another sm wr -andl nal., a ,- 'W rU H. iA IRAN M. M l.


:1. Iion TiTtruck farm -o 'i1: SO\ c

Ot Ot-e Thank- -f tla *i-


I~~~~~~ Ce. a? ?a-"'.1.t t.

I :v-et 'i h'a r,-v : -~
< +"Ttt .- t.ci r i tl f il- v >a
ii ~~ ha'. a >1 r 1. \!.
r I a a. .,


\I~cii.. dEl a:! :'.A\ Z. V X'.' N

the iL,)a;~ .~., *r ~ ~ >. Ihe
lal Ii. r ai-e cx; *i.c c! 2 Yr *2'. I '..: .


tir>t clats tares tfor the rtuntidl trip.
I)r. J. t. I'clot. the veteran iIoli-
tiCiani of tilted anlatee section, stop-
pwd over iln i 4ala yesterday on his
w\ay li,,ine frmn the niecting if tilhe
state dlemoicratic executive ciomllnit-
tee to visit his brother. Mr. W. .\.
I'clot. thle ilteiill ilanipulator. .1Miss
Carrie I'clot.. Mr. \\. .\. P'elot's
laughter. accompanied I )r. i'elot
h :I ) e fo ,r a visit.

N Miss I)ra tanilphell. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Campbell of
lCharlotte. N. C.. who is now taking
ill thle VWorld's Fair. found a roll
of miney containing $35 in front
ot itne of thle main buildings a few
Sag; and ci ouMl td ind no )one who
claillned it.

Mr. Kaiser. lpropriettor of the
I, lridla I iuse. will give a barbecue
fani,1 Ilruns-ick stew iout under the
tree% in hli. yard ol'n July 4th. Sever-
al l>hiee andi hi- will lie barllcuet i
anil a charge off ;) cents will be
mnadev for dinner.

It is pleasant to note that I ieticral
I illhock received quite an ovation
ir,,in i his co-workers on the state
dlenicratic executive cotnilittee at
Iit- lat meeting in Jackson ville.
SULPHUR, NATURE'S
GREATEST GERMICIDE


.V111


ITAL,


R. L. Anderson,


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Edward Hller,


Goegse Ford,


F. L WATSOIW


night, and his body was not foundti JUL U VJ U4. 1 JL
nor was the deed known until this I
morning. From the evidence before
the coroner's jury, it senmIs that 1
Ruth took a white 'nan. dre-ssed in 4CP
a gray suit. and wearing a light
gray felt hat, also a io-vear-old
white boy into his hack at Munrwoe
& Chambliss' corner at 7:30 last
night and drove off with them, and
the next seen of Ruth his dead lxbdy R S. Hafll
was found in front of the old J. T.
Lancaster grove, on the Fort King G aC&e MacKa
road. The shooting was done in
the little hammock jut beyond
Prof. Carn's residence. The mur- President:
derer was on the back seat of the
carriage and evidently reached over HERBERT A. FORD,
and grabbed the unsuspecting vic-
tim by the shoulder and tired six
shots, each one taking effect in the ECH() MEETING
head and neck. The horses went
on to the place where the 1i dv was The Epworth League held an
found,. dragging the lbody. which echo meeting yesterday afternoon
lay with head, arms and sh ,uilers and heard from Miss Irma CG.Nl-
out of the carriage. and after it %ar, who went as the cala dele-
dropped entirely out the horses.
went on for a short distance and! gate to Kissinince. and from Mrs.
stopped until this rniorning. I)r. M.1. little. wht appeared before
I'. Wilson examined the Ilody and i the conference with a paler. enti-
found the six bullet hloles. andl took : ticd. *'The Leagre and the Chil-
from one if them a 32-calier bul- n. large attendance was
let. He said the back f the a, sent thdeleates were edi-
and neck were lmwder turned, and l de
that any two of the w',unds wouill ficld by the co inference and gave in-
have produced instant death. Itresting accounts of the same, and
Coroner \\aid emnianeled a jury while there extended in advance the
of the following citizens: J. Starr hand of Christian fellowship to the
Sternbriger. Jake Klein. N. P'eyser. state conference which is to con-
W. .\.I t in. I eo. 1i. Mathews and tvene in I cala next year. Rev.
(W. \V. Martin. The 'ury viewed i lCharlic Tillman. the earnest and
the I(iy\- and examined all witness j uwe.rful evangelist singer, was also
who could be founil with ay it inviteil toi le present.
knowledge bearing on thie murder. -.
The b-iy was iinot robbed,. as $2 ('1 EP RKATES \ tA A. C. L..
illn money, a watch, knife, etc.. \were : ( )'RT i )F J'IY
found in the l tickets. Tlie jury ad1- -
journed at 11Nll until i ol'ch~ck thin- The Atlantic Coast Line will >ell
afttrnmn. tickets on July 2, aindl 4. with re-
Ruth had l nio enemies that are turn limit lulvy I :04. to all pxints
knot n.of. and hi., killing is at im\s- l tie territorv south of the ()hio
terry. A chiue will pl,babhile lf ftti an II ,tlliac and east of the NMis-
ill a short time, as Slieriif Nugentisili rivers, including St. Louis.
is at work un th case. il., at rate ,f nei and one-third
. . . I .


Makers of the


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MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5c. Cigar


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and
GRAND ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS
In Five Si;es


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CHA& PEYSER. Proprietor


Ocala. Florida.


RAPE AND) ASSAULT

Saturday, the ith. the prison-
ers. Early Sinimons and John Sim-
nions, Jr.. hoth colored. were taken
from I )cala to Judge Wyvnne', court
at Eastlake. ftor a preliminary ex-
amination.
Early Simnimns was on trial for
rape of Rubanna (iisn, colored.
and was returned to jail without
bail to await the action of the grand
,ury of the circuit court.
Jo'lin Sinlimons. Jr.. was on trial
for assault and attenlit to ratnw. av


W. P. EDWARDS
At t&e City Market

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetabl

m Season

City and Country Trade Solicited


Fes Debdiry


Clark. colored. Ile was placed tin-
,der hi ndl of Soio> to await the action 11I
of the grand jury. 1 I
A STRONG HEART iA IA nwA IKSu im u
Is assured by perfect digestion. Indi- 18lTl1PRESO NU D MfU E
gestion swells the stomach and puffs
it up against the heart. This causes, A A IC COAT INE wl j o r
shortness of breath, palpitation of the:- 7 eAAMTdC COAST L w tA
heart, and general weakness. Kodol NO. 78, Jly S, ticts ca O SvaCiafr Ga.,
Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion, re- :d etn at rate of $6, d to Charltsto., S C., a S2
lives the stomach, takes the strain rn at $8. All tckis good tI JUly 12tl-
off the heart and restores it to a fu'l
performance of its function naturally.! Do't mis tiS Oppttmlty to vTte be "FWt Iiir"
Kodol increases the strength by enab- wth it brb b-Th ndevAot, The M-
ling the stomach and digestive organs a Tybe, ad Chr "By- -e- a"d te B d
to digest, assimilate and appropriate No
to the blood and tissues all of the food h- -- --'--" -- N tickets to be =U i
nutriment. Tones the stomach and dl-' aCplcOkloi poVp q o Never w s thme a cheaper and
restive organs. Sold by Wm. Ander- ddilgttM tflp afd. NoUce c th wf
. dates for which ti t will be sold


)R(I >IlED) EAD IN CHURCH J.

A negro woman by the name oft
An ldersin droppeId lead of heart
failure at the "mounrners' bench" in
New Zion Baptist church last even-
ing. Slie was buried today.
A FRIGHTENED HORSE
Running like mad down the street,
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
other accidents are everyday occur-


A Freer Use of It Would Save Doctors' fences. It behooves everybody to have
Bills a reliable Salve handy and there's none;
r-..t,.r h-tling Iptw.-r c.in be hia ill as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
it- iit.ti.i y oif th. holmn- ly using Burns. Cuts. Sores. Eczema, Piles dis-
I.,iik's L.iinjtil Sulphur in th,- bi,ith appear quickly under Its soothing ef-
th.,lin ly jI.uno,.ying ti t. lh- most fa- feet. 2:c., at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
mtotu. stuli huir sprints. store.
; ,t'-tt.- I-..i,-tits ti, th- skin. :i clear ---
,Atii wtii.t. ,.-.utiful cmili.,'xii 'l>n be i( )TTEI) I'. \N 1'S 1 >. SALE
i:;l1 Iiv usiml th- hitile'l s llHa el'i k's
L.iquiI Su'l'hur f,,r the- toil-t th:itn ,y \ I .shall Ie a'ellnt frliom thle city
th. uts.... ,if .- ,u.s ,rug 1n ,s- ].i ti iler. I ''er Ili plar't-. for
,.ti.. .S.a.le at the ci o t tof tile i,--,.-. The
l.i .1iii Sulihu: rut. -s .*l... lt, uff. i t,'ant re titie ir.,t It c, oln i!
. ,. ; i ti.:.- ,::It !h.-u it. hi. hiv-s. !rt.. f,r i,articularn.. ( E. M elton.
S l>; ,. At till i-..-In s0,t.'> It i- it-.t north of the w:ler to.i ver,
: .ti: ..s. .. ... t ct- n!ii. i.o.. W rit- t i ) a .

i.. f.-: t". .... .k. t. -*r ,tsk yiur irug- Dame. the cream man, has fitted up
.: -' H .. k .;luitl Sulphur. his iream par]ior in a manner that will
make his rioms very ac.-, table to
those- who are se-,rking summer refresh-
( \ ments.

St' i AILE -'- '*ALE

S nach ni- can bc s-eni at

ti.,ran. it


WM. ANDERSON
SAka ks't r.i- s of this paT-r to test
j ".L' valut- of K i-.,,I IiysI-psia lure.
"Tr.I.- ;. :,- -. hi, h.tve used it ani
^ :* h., h.v- t.-~-n .ur- l.vy it. .lo not hos-
TO THE RESCUE :tt- t.o :. it.mur.en. it to their friends.
T!.- -:., *-< .1:.v :,-, 2 l. th ,- K ,.!,.i .g -s hat y>ou eat. -ures indi-
i .. : .. ,.. .> tae .-itin. .ys-;e'si i anI a l stomach
-:.\ ,." ,I.'.;-Q. It- .-r. se? .tr-r.gth by en-
. .. .i. .


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For further information call
HULBIER.
Depot Ticket Agent.
T. C. WIriTE.


DAME

The Leader in Ie Cream


WELCOMES OPPOSITION '
DEFIES COMPElrrO
The originattor of the
VELVET BRAND
Any color or flavor.


SOrdprq filh*.l on *lImand in arsy qcus-
tity odemired.


We Age StiU HoStiag.
and supplying builders with the very
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
pose. While the demands of our cus-
tomers are great we tare disappoint-
ed no one and are glad to state that our
efforts to meet the desire for a grade
of lumber of the b'-st quality have been
appreciated far b-yond our expecta-
tiona.


C. I. GRACE. -- 7"



EDWARDS BROTHERS
AT THE CT M[KET


Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers


WESTERN AD CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SAGON


PAWVMWO


tI


-ilk


- $30,000.


J.LchcuK.,


Hbert A. Ford


Pbie 121.


on o.r co \ immicat, v\--t

It v -1ckekt .Agent.
D.)P.I. A. al~anij Flu


MENNEN


II II ml II


EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


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OP OCAIA


C=O I FR M 4= 'r CD FR 10 -z


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OCALA EVENING rTAft, MONDAY. JUNE 20. 1i0


P*A v,.mi


OCAIA E I CAR OF THANKS WEATHER FORECAST A CORRECTION
SVe take this means of thanking Washington. Iunc Jo.-Fair to-! In Saturday's issue we erred in
eleoe It rou wat paint"ng our numerous customers fo: thcer night: Tuesday. partly cloudy and ,tating that Dr. D. M. Smith and
4mt uian. favors. and soliciting thtir shower, in southern p,-rti, n. 1,. E. Ra sor gave Miss J. C.
Continued patronage. Our stock :. - N- .Maughs authority to issue four.
C IE. Taylor h as fresh ime for lime- rIpp:t nt is adequate to every cle- DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED tickets to poor children to go on the
**- mand. l'rices will be exceeding'.'Bv local a..liati'hn. as they cannot picnic. These gentlemen gave Miss
low f Mrs. Lowrey came up from Ho- In consideration of the mildne The-r is only one way to cure deafness. filled out by her after she had issued
mosassa today. of the jokes on the PI'luancr. !'.iS and that is by constitutional remedies. tickets to all who applied, and the
Seng"th'i: bills and great wealth ?:). D-afness is caus-, by an inflamed con- checks ,*ere filled out for a much
T21 meet *Se ut dislPay o cdy vt will hereafter repair all k.tk, edition of the mucous lining of the Eus-!larger amount than four tickets
IMW t Mi faces; free of charge. tachian Tub*-. Wht-n this tube is in- would come to.
Very tr tly flamed you have a rumbling sound or
lit received fresh limes, for lime- . Yonge & Co. imperfect hearing. and when it is en- I OWLING CONTEST
M C. Q Taylor. Ocala. June 20, 1o9o4. tirely closed deafness Is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken A spirited bowling contest .'1s 1
Miss Emily Ford will entertain F. U. O(F A. out and this tube restored to its nor- take plate at Chambers and Haleys I
her Sunday school class Friday mal condition, hearing will be destroy- howling alley Thursday night he-
might at her elegant home.. .A meeting of the Fraternal Un- ed foreve-r. Nine cases out of ten are teen tn of the special bowlers ci
ion of America will be held Tues- caused by Catarrh, which is nothing t1he city--five on a side. The play-
Dat work In painting and paper- day. June 21. at ip. in.. in Ynge's but an inflamed conditi.,n of the mu- e!s are Gus Haley. Jim Carlisle. VW.
awlteg done by Sternerser. hall. All fraters req(tiested to IKe, cous services. "' Hull. J. H. Spencer and Mr.
present. a.s matter, oit nipertance We will give One Hundred Dollars Knight. and on the other side.
W In doubt, smoke the Mlo Dey[o will be discussed. for any ase ,,f Deafness (caused by lanmp Chambers. Frank Beckham.
me. el. A principal dealers. R. 1). Fuller. F. M.. ;,atarrh i that .anrot be cured by Hals ('-. L. Sistrunk. I. Wertheim and
SChas. K. Sage. Sec. I'atarrh Cure. si-nd for circulars. free. Clifford Anderson. Three games
Everybody's .Magazine for July 1-'. J. Chney and Co.. Toledo., vill lie howled. An admission fee
just in at WV. M. Martin's ne)vs PITTMAN & C() Sl. by druggists. 73c. of 25 cents will be charged. ever-
stand. Ilave iust received a carl.oad otf a.,- Halls Family Pills are the best. cent of which will be given to the
sortel furniture. at itminincr prices. - __ ital.
For reliable painting and papering It will interest v\ou to illi'ct it. Mr.. lfred 11,ward ,,f l alatka,
me J. Starr Sternberger. pbone 11. STRAYED OR STOLEN
Great barg:,ins in millinevry fringes.. an
Wrk o by ternbrger in pait- iling. .hiff t. fliers, rihn. ti" st accurate accountants in the From my yard. about two neeks ago.
Work done by Sternberger In paint- ceilings. chiffon. flers ih t. nIi i h an ier l p
.. Ttatc. \a ill tolwnltiay ton n lb st-.it big white and liver colored pointeri
g and papering guaranteed. baby caps. -hillr-ns hats. etc.. Thuin s- fr th Viln C ll- dg. answers to the name of "Dick."
11%-% *' 'o'vi ~ *dg n and r *-ith e nt of .Miiek
-- dadyo\ndr rilay. at1I rs. n .ihie !A. tRewoard for his return or information
Ten dollars in tines were co.ected Bsieicks. -_ of his whereabouts. tGeorge .MacKay.
'in the mayor's court this lnorning. --- JERSEY MILCH COWS June 17. 10414.
--- M.1is Fannie ('lark and her neph- .


e


als


is


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Biggest Values in


MEN'S


Ever heard of


WIA of stat aoery and statkno-nrs sup-
pies. just received. Ocala News Co.
Barnard Seligman of Columbus.
Ga.. s in the city visiting friends.


Jew. Ml o jos elck-ll, returned ltt- I h:t#e- just ,r in st-' i ala fromn BA\ND OF MERCY
ula% 11401n a irot Visit tooeN hi l'" Valbopst.4;a. o.. ith the hfiuest car of
stcr, r%. Se eutiter. at Slearr. IliY jors.. r11ilh 0 o4 *0e%\ brought top this A. melon fete will be held at the
el ii.eel a tbshing *toting I'll ity. ."t- them at 4oncIe at J. I. Martin Episcopal rectory oni t ednesday
kyvs .rairic. and caught ibh to livat r('0's. livery Ilryate rioc t trom .1 to to.Ill. t e benl,


S.- the band.
Gerlg's Witch Hazel Soap. best for
hard water. Try it. Postoffice Drug- For Thursday and Friday I offer a
. big line of flowers. riblkonis an, trim-
., ---- fmings of all kinds at and below cost.
C. E. Cumnnor of 1irnmingham. to clo out sto'k. Mrs. Minnie A. ,os-
Ala.. arrived in the city yesterday. Itick.
On Thursday and Friday.'ready-to- Mrs. R. F. Yonige. Sr.. has re-
wear hats and a few dress hats at cost. turned from a visit to her son. R.
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick. *.. onge. Jr.. and his family in
Jacksoinville. She had a delightful
Mr. R. S. HIall returned vester- visit and is leased to know her son
day from Atlanta and other lpmints. stands so well with his employers.
where he has leeen sending a week. the electrical counpan\y of that city.
.. - She thinks Jacksonville is a lovely
Lavender. for keeping moths out of rity and would like to live there.
Ipmrm woolen goods. Nothing else so
.Postoffice Drumtore. Please ask your physician to send or
-. -... leave your prescriptions and orders for
Mclver and Mac-Kay have Just re- drugs wi'h u We give car-ful atten-
elved some of the handsomest ladles' tion. prompt delivery and the low*. of
4sas ever seen In Florida. prices. Tydings & Co.. pho,,e N 0.
A neat and sulistantial two-storv N. Pevser. 1. Starr Stertilkrger.
six rnxwm residence is being erected Jake K-lini. 4; G. (..latlhe-. \\ .
opposite 11. A. I:autt;it's. on lExpl- Martin andi Will <~.in oC nplosed
sition street. the coroner's jury ill the \Willianm


Rtithl tiirder case.


Ilk. .% l ..v 4 .. It 1 . .
-car --ion.


Mrs. t'. R. liclrick- left today -.l"g people under 2o. no cents;
for M.ontgomery. Ala.. to spend aadutlts. 25 cents. P'rtoceeds will go
fetw \\evks with her daughter. Mrs. tto help the work carried on by the
WV. FI. Meadows. and from there I'. 0(. M. )n behalf of committee.
Swill go, to St. Louis to visit the fair. E. Tatham.
SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF HAVE YOU A COUGH?
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE
-- A dose of Ballard's Horehound Syr-
For sale. 75 acres of as good land as 'P will relieve it. Have you a cold? A
can be had in Marion county. describ- dose of Herblne at bedtime and fre-
ed: W'.~ of nw,4. sec 19. tp 14. s, r 22 quent small doses of Horehound Syrup
e: or lying along the Gainesville road, i during the day will remove It. Try it
about 4 4 or five miles from Ocala. for whooping cough, for asthma, for
Here is a chance. fur it will be sold consumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe
cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star McGrath, 327 E. First St.. Hutchlson.
office, Ocala. Fla. Kans., writes: "I have used Ballard's
Horehound Syrup in my family for five
.Mrs.1 T. .I lall anl ,lat,1htcr. |years, and find it the best and most
.I i'. Irlellall. ;arc nho\ ciijoil '- a e palatable medicine I ever used." 25c..
I asa11t \-iit ith fricnl.- at SmY IIo;Ic.. $1. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
ttcr,. '. I Drugstore.
FINE CIGARS FOR SALE-Ladly's saddle and
Blanket: good as brand new. Z. C.
The Norma ,Martinez. the C. H. S.. <'hatmbliss .


the El Solo, and the Fama Nacional,
four of the best Sc. cigars made in


I .. Robinson. jam"-sRosen-


HAT FOR SALE-At -5 cents per - . -
Y ,R l-A cet pe Tampa. and many others to be found ie Florida shoe salesman, spent
hIndred weight. S. H. Gaitskill, Me- The excellent cigars made by Charles Tp, ilisi rlia sh e sal .smani s eti.
in T. W. Troxler's cigar case. S u1tnday inl the city with his family.
Iateok, Fla. Peyser. the Milo Deyo and Grand Roy-
al. can be had at the Ocala News Co. FOR SALE-Cheap. for cash, a com-
Nothng a good for connoisseur a --- I plete set of Encyclopaedia Britanlca
a Grad Royal 10c. cigar. Sold by all i enr C. Sistrunk. thc polittlar ).I. I l S cl, air full sheep binding. Apply to Mrs. J. C.
principalndealers(. i clt i unt clerk.while ,in a vis it Smunilav after .on,. amt'.i were treatel Porter. or to J. H. Benjamin. at Star
----- _to his parents near oltIrook. was oriic
hildren t \..a t{i citl eien liilations ef rich lerse\" office.
Mr-F. F:. Iec-kham and chihiren taken seriousl-y ill .hut hlas suiffi- . '. -s ou fni Jersey ife.
. i n4ltlk. I h'V s il.sn s is steadilv
left telavy for Virginia to spend tlh" cicintiv recovered to go to \Vhitc as st th iry NlMrs. I1. 1. King and children are
Pirecuig te re rate. l heal of hine c, ows. which furnish a at lUna. S. C.. where they will spend
tcky fly paper and floor wax. Fresh j Fresh mil.h cows kept on hand for !. aity ifl ilk that is lke md crit- the suininer.
tock Just received. Tydlng f& Co.. sale tho- year round. Parties wishing ,lcl -l \
pbsee No. 34. a g~.- milch cow. or a carload of them. A GOOD TEAM FOR SAL
% ill save money by calling on D. M. A G D E FR
ply from one quart to twenty-five gal- These ponies are well bred, being about T .
kms of milk per day. Parties can get Major .McL.ain, a Candler grale- thre-fourths Wilkes and one-fourth T. W. Troxler, Agent for Huyler's
milk. clahber or butter any time of dXay fruit groTwer. and who broke the amltoniany. Fresh Shipments Received
by sending to the dairy; corner North record last year in ettiln prices for i ar o a g.le i f Weekly.
Franklin St. his peaar crop ito tih tile' Skinner
glrkivin 't. .hvi lK.ar crin thn' the s hla. llnc be handled by ladies or children. The I Mr. and Mrs. T. I. wensns will
Mrran d Mr. I th Ch\ andl -. are well matche-1 In color, size and leave tonlorrt\ow fior their pleasant
c renlav ths. LnR.kferSa- r sIgait: are four years old. Price. 500. l r lt ti rth ak e
chiiren leave thi \ wxk for S a- Ice cream at Troxler's. The season i '"ni'ir lit on4 llNorth Lake Weir.
weeze. lhertrc Mr-. C. and the chil- has now opened. and the best that pure S ou i ty ill ass several eeks.
drein will .ltnd the satu'tler. Ingredients can make it. can be had at
..-. Troxler's. ( alpt l t V. ,-sclh ,of tile I 'ioor The handsomest line o" ouffets chl-
Chiffons. veilings., flowers and la.ces. T r 's--------- a pretty and att.. tiv. lin,' oif.red. Thc ,new Shal (r've hard rea. crlayv fr,, to a 1lliness viait t, lit h bles. rocking chairs, reception chairs,
Thunday and F-'riday. at actual cost. xtcndin .outl t h ro town for "rin~' i.\\ill tarr\ few- *layv ets.. that this portion of 'he state has
.. tic. *i o t best with his fanmill at the M.*ntemitna. ever seen just received by Melver &
Mrs. Minnie A. i.ostick. i X\ 11111-. is one of tihe I.stA of allacKay.
1ix 1 1 .'- -f* .*acKay.
our hardly r.oadl. CREAMERY BUTTER
N. II. los cll andl A. S. .\ndler- -
son of lhimttllon werc at the .Monl- Pearl tooth wash is the best. We sell rmnd terle tedc ,f the i )calah schl
tertima last ni-liht it. Postoffice Drugstore. The Carmihael and Son Co. keep l.arl dclctedl Miss aralh E. Me-ic-
ena las t constantly on hand. receiving a fresh 4'-"crv of Nashville. Trnn.. to take
OR SALE A mtd Jry supply very two days. tli.i ous. pure -i walker's' s .lacc iln the )cala
Rco sA. ih young maless also limited I.ale oer c a f tflc. atie c- Georgia creametryb butter. -5 cents per tr igi h SCll. She \stqql her exaam-
cows." with young calves. also limited alc rel'r cc llallv. of tilt' llt poun, kept on ie. Phone No. 3.
number of l'uroc pigs. If you want name in lacksoliville. was in the city o ept on hone Noinati an received a first class
fancy stuff oif the highest breeding you Sunltlav. t certificate.
I Terkewee.tn Btliig Destroer-at fnr s*in


can get it fromn H. II. Whitworth.
Ocala. Fla.
ii. .". l,.,'l. with two persron- in
his old-ti.' ,ihle. ,tlith.l 1luh hIo .'.
steep lhill at dlay afterntol itllhttit am tn trout ilte
whatever.
P. X. Bone, has just arrive, with a
carload of ti<.' ~otung grad,,-d J,.rsey
coa ., all fietsh in-tiilk and ti'-.t c'.lal
milkr-st. They m .wn lT se n at his barn.
corner North Franklin St.

SUMMER


STYLES


house cl.aninz: clean, non-corrmsive
I h.vt-a ft w chl,''.- lo.ts. !4x'2'. f.-,'t.
one-haIt k nth oft Okla %%aI.iu a&nd deith to ,;l bug, :>nd in,,. to. Now
oni--h.> lt 1,1.,k north ,,f ,ki. ahi. u bt the timnl t io. it: 2t c( ..s. Ty.
i '-k ,f th- hl.'uses ,.,f ;. T. M.iituch ant dertl s im .h '. 3.
d s & to.. pho No. 30.
A. *; Ltl... ri, ry l..v 1i -
Ditto.


wvrv re.-i-icrecd at the E't'rett I fo-
tc.! inll c'0'' e
'e'oo out at cost. chiir-o' Ios.


NI r- I *.o~k. '. ho r'.11!.a h. 'Tulat
'icha 7a 'l. i 1 t.iI Tcc''lt 11.rII r,11
t~;. ~~!;t 'AkcOB 1. rr4 r;a. ui


S SUED BY HIS DOCTOR
JIJAmt l UMt o( f'e -A Jdoctor here has su.1 ,ine for
- An d r &. . .


For Dinner!


WANTEDI-Sawmill men to try the
Emerson 'ari,obl F-,ed Works. Guar-
ant-ed t., s.ive its eoIst in thirty days.
A'lt,.-s., Th-. Fl.ri.la Iron an'] Wo'od
Wrks. A;->,ka. F'ia.. J. W. Fimn-rs.n.
Manager.


WANTED-To rent a good 5-room
, 't.igo. Must b., in goo. locality. and
if ziiiTatloe v..ull.d buy. I:.quire at this.

i cala a, 'I the t'.!,oitry around it
:'.r tiftteetln t tweint' miles have. to
;late. shi,'1 i l

Well, just phone


THAT TIRED FEELING


TUEC AID


We have just bought out a large factory in New York, ad
received 100 dosen of the prettiest shirts that have ever
been in Ocala, and as w bought these at haf cost, we
intend to sell them at half price.


THIS IS A 00OD 0HANCE TO SUPPLY YOUR WARIISE WTl
SHIRTS FOR A YEAR AT A SMALL COST


COINE AD MlKE YOUR SELECION,

BORu THl IS BiOuuI


STORE


MCIVER & MACKAY


Ocala, Florida


IF%&a =W d a Wm9 0 m


Ed


MPosphate, WV inang ana washing omacewy

Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Sueys, Carniages

HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

Building Matertials, Every Kind and

FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS

Phosphate Plants Installed Complete


THE


CARMICHAEL


&


"ED'S PLACE"
McGtath's Old Stand
W-MT SXX>-E- SQIM r.T.


Rebuilt, and Newly Furnished
Fir,- W oirn-es *f All Kminls fr F.mily _s, p-. Hirh e4;r i-- 'Whi.ki.-,.


Br:anii,-s.


e-t c.'
I'--r. Al- at..i Sda for Fit'.:ly Tr;t.!.-. Th- Pur.-st Liqu,-.s O ttinabii- ArT
K-;pt by .Us. Ski!!-, l .ir Te:..1- r.1 ,urt'-. -' T:-.,tn.-nt Assur-.l to) All.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS
GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. Uru i
A artfullyly S-i.- t-4 Sto. k of <;rerie.: W.th Fro-- L-!;vry. .Speial Atten-
tin 4;i ., Ail e *rd.-rs.
We ,i, the- I frg-st Mail o t, -r RtlTr, ;_ :n !ha ;* :t,. A: e ,r.l.-rS F.;:,-t. tn Ro-


If you are :a..guid. depressed and In- .A .
turn Train.
S.i-;..Air- fot.' %. ork. it indicates that your
river ;i out of order. Herbine will as- ,
sist nature to throw off headaches. Se uarate White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and


SON CO.


MarI

Cil


lab
ift


Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. i It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "written down
old with all the
characters of
** Me


6;

I


a


SHIRTS


0


T-- --- ~


I


THE


BOST N














PASS FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. JUNE 20. 904


T. W.SMITH & COMPANY



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


WOBI S


FAI R-ATES


From acksonvile


140.65


533.90


Round Trip. 4On sale daily.
uood till Iceambt-r 1.,

Round Trip on Isale' dai-
ly. iGoud sixty day..


$27,50

520.95


Round Trip. fon ale Dait.-
ly. si-C4I tifte-n days.

Rouni Trip. t.ooel te'n
days. On iale Tuesday- a31,d
Thursday. in' June. tm.d
only Ill coaches.


Southern Railway

World's Fair Rocte, St LouLs
Either through Atlanta and Chattanooga or Columbia and Asheville,
MLand of the Sky" route.
Only line from Florida with its own rails to St. Louis. Two trains daily
from Jacksonville. Through slt-.ping car.
STOP-OVERS GOING AND RETUltNINC;. ,on World's Fair st.ason, sixty-
day and fiften-day tickets, within limit, t pr incipal mountain and summer re-
cort points to the Carolinas and East Tenti.-ssw-e. No extra cost. An oppor-
tunity to visit the greatest of World's Fairs and spend a vacation in the
mountains, where side trips can be made through the Sapphire Country, Lake
Toxaway. the Highlands, etc.
" Detailed and valuable information, maps, folldrs, etc., cheerfully furnished
upon application. J. C. LUSK.
District Passenger Ag',nt. 1 S West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.


00"00000000090000 ones *men


I SEABOARD I

AIR LINE RAILWAY, 0
n FOR 0
_avanfhah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Plines,
Raleigh, Rickhiond, Washington, Baltimors 0
Philadelphia, New York.
TWO ELBUANT TRAINS DAILY.

Seaboard Express, S
4Seaboard Mail. *
UW
SfODBWRN PULLnAN EQUIPMENT.
*

ONLY LINE OPERATING 0
Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson-
ville to New Orleans.
1W ftU11 latfoatioa ead 81eoper Raeervatieua, call on any Agent
S 8eaboard, or write U
A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
hJackonville, Pla. U
O I. C. BOYLT.aN. Jt., Pamenger Agent. Jacksonvtlle. Fla.
IOIOI09OI90lOIO9N0lO1OIOIOIOIO


FRESH MEA TS AND CAE
W e ke 'p on h a: fu: ', of >* t l- 't I:.- '. I 'k. 1 '- ,ttk... ,n.i ,'
t I had. t .ln in i s, i t-. '. i: fu > ;.n
orle-;s an. -qui, k o;:\. :. :W. L. JONES. Proprietor
CITY MARKET





It's 10 to I you do if you are a victim
of mD'lara.L
Donmt Do ILt his Dnemoua 6


Organ Lost by Dissoe.
It is a sugge-tite fact not always
sufficiently considered that *"as soou as
any organ or faculty falls into disuse
It degenerates and is tLdually lost aitej-
gether." Through all th'- a ys that
man has had the power of speech this
power has not been tixed uI us in any
degree whatever by here-dity. It is re-
garded as definitely proved that if a
child of civilized parents were- brought
up In a desert place and allowed no
communication what'e r with tuan it
would never wake any attempt at
speech.
Up to the last century it was not un-
common to find ler sons living in a
wild state In the woods and forests of
England. France. Gjermany and tus-
sla who were utterly incapable of
speech, though they could make sounds
In imitation of the cries of wild ani-
mals. Certain parasitic ins.e-.ts have
so completely degenerated that they
possess neither eyes. legs, heads.
mouths, stomachs nor intestines.-Lei-
sure Hour.


A Queer Death Superstition.
A curious relic of the superstitious
Ideas of the middle ages still exists in
many parts of England the notion
that when the death of a person is im-
minent the fastenings of the. door of
the death chamber or of the other
rooms of the house hinder the depar-
lure of the soul from the body, thus
making final dissolution doubly pain-u
ful.
A gentleman writing about half a
century ago for a collection of anti-
quarian papers states that when he
was curator at Exeter he had a call'
to the deatibed of one of his parish-
loners. Upon arriving there the wife
of the patient told the minister that
she had expected her husband to die
during the previous night and on that
account had left the doors all open or
unlocked. Upon asking for reasons for,
this odd proceeding he was told of the
neighborhood superstition.
The Heart of Robert Bruce.
When Itobert Bruce. kilng of Scot-
land, lay upon his deathbed in the
year 13{- hlie remembered that lie had
registered a vow to heles wrest this
Holy Land from the heathen Turks.
It was clear that the time for futilliin
this vow had passed, but a new thought
presented. Why not have his heart re-
moved and sent to Jerusalem for
burial? To make the story short. this
was decided upon. and Sir James lhoug-
las was commissioned to carry it in a
silver urn "to a pleae as near as pssi-
ble to where the Saviour was cruci-
fled" and there bury it. Arriving in
Spain, Sir Jame-s, with the precious
relic strung to his neck by a chain,
was killed In a battle with the .Moors.
Sir Simeon I.oeard returned with the
heart to Scotland and deptostited it un-
der the altar of Melrose ablbey, where
It now is.
Oar Debt to Asia.
It Is noteworthy that out of Asia
came our alphabet and our Arabic nu-
merals. The coimpass we owe to the
Chinese. who knew the magnetic nee-
die as early as the second century A.
I. Gunpowder ,originally came out of
Asia. and so ddid the art of printing and
the manufacture of paper. The Chli-
nese invented 11 movable type in the midil-
die of the eleventh century, 3."0 years
before Gutenbera. They also inall'
silks long ,before Europe and porcelain
that has never been equaled ley Eu-
rope. Truly. Asia Is the cradle of the
race. On the original ideas of the Per-
sians, Arabians. the Hinoloos and the
Chinese our modern society has been
built.- Portlald oregoelie:n.
The Wing of a Bird.
The typical vertebrate litmb, various-
ly modified in the arm of a nman or the
ftore lilmbt of a cat or frog or ird. i:ts
one tone in the upper rtnn, which gives
suleppert to two in the forearm, which
similarly yield to four at the wrist.
and from these five digits can just
comfortably be extended. The bird.
however, decided to fly rather thin:
grasp with its hliand. so that three and
a half fingers are all it bus retained of
the five which Its reptilian ancestors
bequeathed to It.
All Obseurities Removed.
The Rev. lDr. Fourthly For twenty-
seven years I have been trying to
preach. tout I confess I have never
quite grasped the meaning of St. Paul
in this partltcular passage. The Rev.
K. MNowatt LaIghtly-Why. doctor. I
cleared that all up in the tirst sermon
I ever preached. I'll let you read it if
you like.-Chicago Tribune.
Carlyle and Paint.
1When ('arlyle went tee s; to Sir John
Millais for his portrait in Milla.s' grand
new house he t'lrn.ed on the stairwary
to ask. "HlIs paint done :ill thiis. MIi;
lais':" and. getting a smiling answerr in
the aflirm:lative. remarked. ".A. vtwe-il.
It shows wha:it a number of fools there
are In the world.'"
A Flahy Romance.
Mabel-So Jack Mi;er t ,i:n't rnrryv
Miss Herring after al!? .T:. :'l:-No
She rejected liin: :.*! 1l-v. did,
Jack take it? JudiTh i '.. ..e -. :. three
was as go' d ntht O tl. i..- *.d ::*! wf.r"r
ever e*au iLt out ef it. ..ud wv>nt after
1 Mlss Salmon.


How. Indeedf
your nnt,--.in .:2ha.T aav
my-Flab' Itf ~ ~ t .-me


clean


'eta. l1ow Is ra'e' toC a ,' ey ark,
everecieaned' i=:.L:-elt
I ery Hard.
14 i curse a bo,*cs..1-.e Gways means
.'.0h. yea,. and If t!.e 11orse pagztq It
till to youi youlfd e~r L,ak It Lmeans
hard luc~k'--ExchaLgv
Ecrco"e !In arze r-a vsr
Tinit-"' be 1preventcal 1y L L:a euvy


A SLEEPLESS CITY.
Im UMarrid the PIole i.- eem %everto6
4;40 ltbeehd.
r~e ~ldr i cn ..e t. t r ealt fob.5 4
yoou c', r -I r titi.; ui nig ht,.%
or thrt-- 1.'r-:, t:.e-.@- !.-f the day
fo~r a L K~ h is Le lot-active
t~z~u~'e~tAl tjeie lt: ,in t-w intres. Ini
the ; I 1e~.s e4-1 g IatIii i.* rum cars
sbt;e i 2n1'1.. :.... -111~ !1.4v stret-1t" are en-
O e k .1 p'l *.u il~as so-o'bl tMink
uf 1110! 1g.ltIa i.111 at :., ~I.~cqbl in!
".1:1.' .. i* ~~30tr. m:22iie tee elate'
c; '. it i t ; a i.I t- ue:eeiltrii iiini~ ~ee-.

a L:! -:i tt i.I-! ,i' C.j rvtet fro-ine
tith, C--:.f. *l'their (ao.t .ai;tjo-et-.4
ut*-. *j tji4,;.n L C~catc,.i a car an-l
flil :1 ca Ae it Ii iil~y. .ind tile I-! .,
oil., ps k e;aowp -'el.I* ut ti~e t ~e are
d.'~t :,ei* :I.rd l'. li~t twet 12A I- II
2~ ~ l dwi 111Ltl~ iU~tt:.11 ti~ey art'
dur;!iz illl T~rsinl~t-iat.o
%%#- :aelive ili the dow~nteeim u
Le -'. e:;,ei1;..,r tl.* raitlt- of wheels
it!l.t.* ie ji1 v#,iivw. I .the choetter
and i'.r' If.'it~e-.r. :1iith. Owcv.e
:111 ~e, *..~ '8ei .The hIan~ irgan ije
e, ~ ~ u, in.e. e ~ tl : ,rviet l l,:i3~
a W :e ll~'-a ftite :at the courier
LeL.t. ,t he .e .ei eo" 'It up euntil -4
114: xx 1r:' e,,ot frieou place ti)

itiell l te. IIx 4. r thaes rta'~el
ir .-. III--e t4-17 tl~e u ilt- Shnaee-i

z.~e ie..ri r, s y till flt- 'last. indi
tl:.-v :I ':11-4. Is li:tre :is ill(Coin
st. 11* !i ;e'...4-.t .!l T i S'. 22101 eitlalelt
V-*-; i:i :11yc it aet $;e:tin l it-Ialy.v
.w~ I. *.: i 1-;:. .t a 'If it is that they.
1ee#. ;.t theIr jse!s all the
;;!o V% ii-ie I. y ,It-t-p or eat Is :a
.. i .''I.!vy ~ethe.re v..,terelay
ti 4 .I ht 'iI I'teL' iand went
.!, ...' lj' aii-I three tor
1: r 1 1 o I .Icr !...wa:1 i, .
Wi ,:it 2-a jo*a~~r tthis city
iii Pt. V z ei N., ** 1 tope ;:4ee tto, Ice.
~elt c.TI I t kI e ::e .tt!;eeiln the pgreiat
.. ~. ~ ': lelilert e d -1 Soel. tilt-reit
.,I:,- ifCT Ilit- IIIS..VI "beljt'5 zand the
*~ 't.'. -t ny liecur eel' the

'I ~. *eriiie'r.4o oir e'ntv lit lceut
41. -4ete ee'. t; !-. a'1 a ziaat4~spter ec

!w a m :I!.1 i tatl tereil.4o
4'. !11 fni'VIt! i~'eCll.ti, e the Aquare. frmeeo
11..e -!:q--. I ut I liylig-lit at1141elis
I l izI:, i~it' !rielathet'thteater att I
0'i ." 1W~ il heI :Ieer' I til.th' Sile-
V. T,-4 ::ri ~eeet.ol~eIe Y rn vn me't
%%e.'1 e: 2~t 4%:e reilut ill :lie-ir arii'i
(or I.- i!'nL- Tjein lvI- y lho- h nd. ;I% if they
'ire ir.etel Tit-fti ia*' iTI, a .-t. Tit#,
e ea:v,:,e. I T1- I ti:it. awll thle theat-
teT' 1 *' hi I'. I~i~iI~ .114s late gis
T -w,"'l i d e .'.1 a-Itil Is found mr

INC IC Iee\elti'i~flit- ~;elsayszndlbe-
t ~vt'w lle114 rtvt. 'I liur. is.1 a irent deal
lhieihat maltyiv wejito.ti k have an eqj)-
i;aot't.i!:.ty iI ewt'll' the-ir goeml .'lething..
an 1114t yoeelillig iIlt-I1 1 and Oking %votll'iel
have greater fre~edeem there foer coil.


MT A IL A. K".S S~


Wante--A well Jlsr.
Steraberger.


- &


*04~ No. shingles chee L 3. -
Sternberger. 4
Several new cottages fer rME
Starr Sternberger.
For Sole Cheap--e.O I Na 2 il-
glee. J. Starr Sternbeger.
*Fine roe shad revery other day s
Tompkins' stall, No. 10. city mawL
\\e will be sure to call for TOW
litues tomorrow. onm't put ofL.
*Call at the Mack m e i f -
fortable lodglia ad beawd at
ble rates. West Bropwav.
Ice cream of all favors every dl
at Tompkins and Brooks lee Cr
garden. Go and enjoy JO"Ir .


- -
Keep in memory the fine so&


Atlantic Coast Line
foriunt at the NewDmrugstoe. Th


two 3-room houses; one 4-room heasI
WOone-rS FAIRoom house. Starr S r -

S*Call at Mrs. W. C. WUlougby' s
First class excursion rates to St. Lo ,s '- essmaking. All orders filled wi
1lisiatch .and ne:tne-ss. West Brefd-
and Return: ,,.
$4S S^ S, fi ratw a i i *KeepI n memory that the Mef
$ fiIal return limiIecHouse furnish meals at the fol l.wI
3 fin a l td m l <* *S *hours. from 7 to S. from 12 to IL a T.
$38 final return limit, sixty days to0.

$20.55, final return limit, 5 days i,'r comfortable lod**ln at* -
S- a;tbie r ites caIll at R. J. Nelson's. North
Sphgnoalia St. Ev erythngio kept in e-
Special ten day coach excusions at very eit erdr.


low rates


Through sleepers from Jacksonville to S
Louisville R. R.. and "Dixie Flyer" route.
For further information see F. J. Huber, A
-U- -


LOW RA'


TO


HOT SPRING


rltKtiS wig be sold ever
T Saturday durin months
gst and September fm
at one fare, plus $2, for time
days.
For Books and Pamphlet
Hotels, Bath Houses, etc., app


I~ul


NO. I& w
c


Florida East (

LOCAL TIME CARD No.56.
OUTNMiUl--uAA BOW.
& M |- -ATMOS.
t ly y "t .
l 9 49i + ,* L ................ J ,,t..
I s.................. Jae0sunvtio
H 11i r ............................ I ugttn
U tl l ... ................. P Iatks .
!


*Fresh water bream and street .aW
water trout. sheephead and bask a
it. Louis via Montgomery and salt cured mullet and fresh system at
Jake Thomas. market
tgent. Ocala.
-- __"_'__The F:,tirth of Jutly is apprch-
in-. 4treat preparations are being -
mal, t f-er a '!,i- time in this city.
I xcitrisons from all po ints.
T F t.,o tox10,t in ifnton's subdivsleat
Vin,-t; ,.i-wtion in town. Prkice r-
.iu.'l t, '' SO, t -... They hyo I a
hurry. '11 otn Ditio,. Merchants' hle"<4
*l t a. iFla.
SvK l i-'r!.rNly is talking albmlt the
rS A R K *' ,teIIlili ,t e-lrtrsi.n over the S. A.
L. ,, .Itly" i. Rates as follows:
T, e Sa;vannah. ~ ,: to COllmbia. $.
; *':ill att liareo's stall. No. 7. e f
ry WednAdy and ,chepic- Floori-lit tef. ,'hoie' round. 12%
of Ju e A ,nt, | iun,: lo.in. 12% g cent.;
.:11hulpl-r 4tea1k. 21 t-nts, pirk c ope. 1I
ItsUe ,.cents.: pork h:,m. lI. ,-nts. Bonelepn
ind trip, Ilt 60 ham. u.4,;i.Ie- an.l v.-get;ables,. fresb WS
the time.

Sdsc tive e -nti-on. the hustling grocer. 11
yeto ,-nl;rg,-,l his business ;an l Is ready t
supply the opubli' in choice Crorerief
i ve'ge.t.eltle's. 'cool drink. ,-onfectionety,
I1 ANM jiet'. Free delivery w:agen. Tour or-
ray. Pas. Agnt. ler.n eli, it,.I. Iron building. South
.M1a in st reet. -
*o 9t St. \ ;reen. the lightning shaver. CaB
amttaIooga, Tem. anr try hims shav- :,inul hair cut and yNa
will ;,iys , :o e. Shave. IJe.: b ir
cut. '.'3.; honing razor. 25c.; concave
razor. 7.,c. All work first cla. We
long 'l-la;ys: two chairs. Next doer t0
Alberstine Smith. on West Broadway.
t Rye Dn't f rct the giant grapho-
iphine. co-nccrt tonight at Mitchel
In Eifect JUne 4,1904. ha] h % r.,f. A. I. Ran.lph. This
.--1 W-'. 1W. i,, ., .ltel,4% affair. but to the con-
'sN Ia Iatrary. it is the finest of its kind in
Dity. wy. "the S-tith. Everything first class.
.......... L rA a, p \,lmis--i, ,n fo-r alhilts,. 15 cents;
.... .. ... ....'. chi!Irt-n. 10 cents.
--. .*s, j_______


pISll p.Ar ........................Pala ........... ....Lv TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SUMO Y
$ p 11 Lv......................... ts ......Ar w oe s I
.. .. 8 aLL ................ ... ?als. ... Ar f a S Np Wonl-rful things are done for the
I 18 2S p L .. .. ...... .. .. .i. .... .... .... ....L hurn.n beedy by surgery. OrgaS are
S k........ .. .................. .... ... n out an raped and polished ad
......d '... ... .' ........ I 1 p ut ba ki. or they may be removed e*n
.. ....... ....... PortOrange. ...... .... *.. 1 tir,!y. b.nes are spliced ; pipes tab
S .. ........ .. ...... w ... .. 4 a th pil.,, o ,,f ,Iis.--sWd sections of retns;
O -.. .. -. ......... l tk N 1 ........... . ........... 8 92 6
S> p ... ........ .......... ua ll .................... 1 I antis .ti e. dre ings are applied to
I.. ......... ............. O ee ........ ....... .. . s28 1 a
41 p .. .............. okIedn .......... ........... 217,- ,a vou:,1. burns, bruisle and like inje-
4 ... ...... .. ....... b" ot2 ............. .. 1i i'- torn- inflammation sets in. whl
ai lt ..... .......... .ebMetan. ................. ...... i i oa; U -a 0 ..augem them to heal without maturatIle
-- ---p ... ---------. Lk. .................... 'tinals *j
8 si p ..... ... .t. P.i reD .... ........... 1 S lO ll .nl in ,or:.-thirIl the time required by
p' .... . ..... TI ...... .... ....... ::: *** a th ,l.l tr-:tmenT. Chamberlain's Pain
U 4, ...................... .. ......... P 1 1,
S ... ... ...... ... J un .......... . : i -n ,t n *n thi same principle.
S I PSp be ....... ..... ... RoW Ul ir ....... ... i .in :inti-'i>tic an'- when applied t e
... ..p... ..-....-....- -w-h-itnher .......10
*k~4IWN,7 Prq CU. h injurie -ca.uses them to heal very
3 's pp ............ .... e.. yntes o S T a ,,i, k!y. It al ,, allays the pain aad
00 &1 i ... ... ........... tVl*ry a P. .. ..6 b; ..a.f Paln
WC 46, 3% p i...........?L Ls rdasl ........ 04L p s ea .,n. m.u K--;e ;, t+,Tttl- of P ain n
a IsP ...... .... ........... t ral ...... "
S p .......... ......... Cty .............. t 7 p S e l ,,ur homn :nr.l it ill ve yo t t
I a. V r Ar ... ..... .... l l .... .... .. LC 7?P, # W .,II i m,,r yv n.,t t,, m-ntion the Icoea-


OL aANL1Uun ALIU-.


Neil S9.12, lb D.tI
DalyDajy Dw'yell 011
T0 aB sLV.........Tit~uoviO-------..Ar 13 a U it10 kM Lv
6 U &JV ...... -ot~eoM------------A? inihi i1 W&* v
86&.-tv ..... -. Wevpn.s....... Ar 11 06*133p inftLi
9 3 &-A, -. at-rd -. Lv 1-3tMImp.11i4a Ar


,-- -ni-r- f an-1 suff-ring whi,-h such Io-
) CITY BRANCH. ju" s w-ntail. F,,r .iale by all Jrud~itft
T I I o0,. -4-t
Syrm EXCURSION TO SOUTH GONiMIA
Ie 1Slou. ArI Ip AND WEST FLORIDA PO01T0
Or tty 4,e L I M --


At se. *i b e us. .SZtly4
.am& Dly MATORlT aDally
norday Dally.Dally Dally% ; =* Daily Dail w ?y
LA GRIP 7p S t oS p ig &
P m o l lo wwl-sA ttee la 1a" ors! GV, 1pp _
P ti p, i S I:p1 1 AT0a t I to 6 -,g *sp 'la!
Pneumonf follow La Orlppo .. ........ . . .. .... . .. .. .


June 27-29 Via the Atlantia Coma ULi
Th- .; *ntic '.u-t Line will dW
:i. k-ts f-..rn all points in I-lorida -M N
;;n- to \ ,1 ;e.ta. Thomr.aville. E poetS
PB tir;bripi Albany. Tifton. Ga.. N -
t. ,-i;, .ir:.l -I hat.th.ochoe. ra I
r-tu.m at very low rates. Tcbets WO


a I


Summer at


Hot Springs


For those who go to IHot SQprincs. Arkansas. for the
ltw t-lit o if he.:ilth. tll- stiiiniil-r is tia.lly the best
time. Her foi ltulnatt- lo.it.o:n. ligh up in the feooet-
hills ,of the z.t ik inm unt:iins insult s a eool Canil e-
lightfutl t'limn .te. at Ip siCiansl :it.- ut1 it.,-l ill the
olpiniion that 1hl %atth'n a ;it e tIlre lr In.n.Lii tl during
thil tsuinuner season.


One Fare Plus $2.00


Fo.r th.- round trip throughout the
sumnnr.-r.
WVRIT1l FtIl tO11KI.FTS
GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT,
>'o P. IP>s. Act.. Dist. P.i.s. Agt..


THAN ITS

AWEAKE53T


LINK


NO MAN

IS STRONGERt

THAN HIS

STOMACH

D*PIERKCES

GOLDEN

MEDICAL

DISCOVERY
MAKE WEAK

5 TOMACHS

5TRONG1


Rock Island
S lem
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PAGE FOUR


OCAL EVEING TARMONDAY. JUNE 20. 1904


l.it:l- Ko, k. Ark..


Atlanta. 0;.


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