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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: June 21, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID03534
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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Velml 0O, NumAer 5 OCALA, FLORIDA, ThUlSDAY, JUNE 21, 1904 Fity Cas a $5 a Ya

'EARION FARIS & HOSPITAL, We are closing out a line of

An Excellent Institution, Conducted
With Wise and Humane Methods
The Star reporter had th- il-asur- g
Monday morning of accompanying Dr. i I
.S. H. Ilitch to the Marion farms.
where he is the atte-nding physician.
The doittor is a favorite %. ith th-
S patients. who olwy him implicitly. Thi*-
institutiseii has thirty-nini ilrnmat-s, iof:
S nhum s ven *'olorid ar-e in the h-osii-
i tal. %hile to whit- emeni occupy thU.e A I THE iD
white %air. The othe-ts ate albile to tin O lE I PA
light work and w\\-ete in the fields
oring. w. atenmelons. W-e notice-l thit
rnotwithsltanding the splend-i.l tit-at- ALL ONE
Y &henit accorded these unforturi.itt-s. lti
whi -h th-y t.-stify ithi gi-.ait ich r-en
fulness. tho-y gi.,' rI-stiv.
confinement, and ais seon as the-y are vivo
abl- to be ul thy a J. AMsk to BERS S COMPA
*anid 3ut at sqoml- light work. Se,'C,-H'.tE I I

) of these- "- foutid itl th*- fit'l atinl the
doa-tor adinionishe-d th-in not to 4,v.r-
h-ait th-nis.-Iv\-s. tut ati noon to i.-litu
to their quart-irs. E\,-ty

ORANGE SPRINGS i ter Pace. Lochlsa: .Mr. Adger Hay-
t i. ... ,.,.. ... .. .. ., ..... i ml.i Island (Itrove. Mr. W K. Morri-

W l M I% _% :is neat. c lea s a;nAd ill *x. -lli111% M i .11K %*01t1
0 B I -I E tary copltlition. There ate- sI,,,ata ,t it- is :- ,i littl.. vl ,, ,,f ,rh;14,4 P .I la, t
.O lHjort an tflll il r l-.ttl rives all- d ,.lh *ov- TIis.hc- lti tl ori. ; ,I .r @ ',%f(r- th o 'Pit-
IuI w r ieIlII his I ItIeIttive T, he l I h. it It I hurh i -i- 'l i s tll -ts re mtri tlil loi sat-
The lmwd. vupiii e .s I su p-i Th.- h n-a4l l. s -,. th. I.t-r I, Ii ly %,, ,,f ithA.A. ,il- an Mrs.
S.. -.ouk i-s Louis 1t liti.riu.s. a .t hit,. m a l. l. n. sIii,-h.. I:oth h -uth houses are well filled.
from th.- eFast o'i ast. iwho is s.-rviing : t r. i .. tl l li:%';il lent th.i ,- is still looin for ninote.
thre*e-year sen-itence-. The trusty awl Tit.l srinis are :i ileal feature of
In:. ii. ,,ilig .i gm arl '.ss. I!:' is
general falLtotulll" is a fint-e s.1tjl-'e.i t h- i I-iln,-h-li is th.- li *e. t-veryl,.vy t-njoyvs bathing
Df hy i,.: -h; ni. li,: n ,l -nr he, ..i -i- r i. hiei l iitgm t' h:itio*. ,,f h.. h,,1 i. I-
h.l l sti\ nll tniill iia i illso 1. t .) tin llast.-. ini 1 drinking the suliphur water.
l ~'Carroll. but th*e inmates- have'- lub Id "The, lr The norniial has just organized a lit-
him "Sminuk Je.~ lw-cause of his n,"- hals lui," .h., r. o.111l.1- #-r:try society. which will Ibe a benefit
MISSl I N. SINCLAIR derful vo-abulary. hichhen. .h-n h runll it l- the hoolndupils. The o
Ptlvate *oice In Commercial Bank. with full v.tral I.wer. kiiatk,.s ;e l'i J. II. It.insol. teacher. mt t very Friday ni ht. There are
TJ r work in the above lines solicited. the very whites of tile eyes of his ll e s tudtents expected next Tweek.
tii .hr hli t.-. The follh ilig alex- ecte Ii.dleti .k
Speed and accuracy guaranteed. audience col..or with surprise. Het. :,i lI ..s T tl Ilit i. tkiPupil.
ailaiims his homin- is in the "W *iidy City,
tht, n rim.l ,uii rs.s: .Miss K:ininif I.-
Sut ouateid into Jacksonville lhast \in- kerl-, 1'.11-kin. Flai.: Miss .Nor; KI-1 FOR A HUNDRED YEARS
FI8 H O YSTLERS "'i ,,, s.., ..s tu l.,.. fllock;: .1, ,Willi-- 1..i,,,l". For a hundred years or more Witch
w e>a t s Illitc hton: .31is-I '. ni,. M.llv. Itoari.l- : Hazel- has been recognized as a super-
I have fresh IBotuom Fish and There is only one ,olore-, oa i .is M.<'r:y. li.k: ior remedy, but it remained for E. C.
the wonii:i"i i'-id, th-e othtr. J,-nni XI,.ta
Mulet always on hand: .. thiss .r i1 M.,,rris.,n. .mni:.. *, I;.; lWitt and Co., of Chicago, to discov-
M lalk- r. h s onhavin di-,I I-la.rt ddr. l r,.,, Lot,,,.1r Miss Lizzie Pls'- er how to combine the virtues of Witch
Ceda Key and Crystal River There .r*. ily tw, .ite. guards *.n- ,r.. .. '.i 'rv. Le.v,,n: Miss I.iz- llazel with other artiseptics In the
OYSTERS. iloyel. assist...i ,y t V., I.ll4h, i*.. Tuin, V. I.isll.: .1 Miss Julia J,.r- forin of a salve. DeWitt's Witch Ha-
frim r.fn mau kwhen ta"elet11 .i 1 Mi UEKUM F-iUN UNI lRel-li-giou .sr.-vice.s l ar he-l.l evet y l.l 4 ;..\... fo*r sol-e., cuts. lburns, bruises and piles.
Opened and delivered upon request S.undty night in the h.tsp.ital tri in thlI The stu.leint.s \i. ,, .Ir.t- .tking th- Thet- high stianiling of this wilve has
Solhre.-d a4 rd. led l by s .Vt--i:ir l Ii -;act-hris. .*unii r iLl il lM,. -s ;#i.-* as. foll. ,\\s: : giv rise to 'counttrifeits, and the pub-
SEE. ME., I CAN ho are "doiiig tin-." .Mr. .Al.- Ar-. iio.. P',rto lie is advised to look for the name
FILL YOUR WANTS Mr. J. E. ri, i4ni. whI. hass ,h.arg, ,of Ri.,,: M'. .\lh..- tt Evas. Isl.and ;rv.: ")eWltts" on the package, and accept
the "'dislh-nisary." the pharimaii.cutical Mr. ElkrI .l 1illig:nil. Eure-ka.; .r. Wal- no other. Sold by Wm. Anderion.
fW. IL TU J !, 1eSroom. Sees that eve*Vr'y I..iti-n is siup-
C" imtplied iith the men-li'itis let..scrilt.-.l .et
[lr. Iflitch. He said it scrii-rising
to note the ilMe serionsi *lklivr- L U MB E R
a I W IL III There is only one ip:tient 4who is
cm troubled with ' :anitl h*- has
ANPETI N lMLK hn home tof his own. a small building in-
Oers his service to the people of "ide th .tul 1 RO G H OR DRESSED ,
jlg things ceomi-tuL iA, within lht. h* .sit. II
Ocala and vicinity for work in his line. isthatnot
t recommendations and good work aleelp the grt mu ,Is. S e e o P o ne
td,.elo,,,,e,, ,,,, ,,, o ,i... See or P haon e*
cost, then I feel capable to make es- The grouil iiton s
-mtes and carry them to a successful f *y-. SY
No. J. D. Williams. a'r-s, irn '.is as femlem.'.: Fn-ty-li'e. H
in waterniatolis. 35 il1 lt B. leiSEYM O UR
No. 123. S. 2nd St.. (Ocala. Fh,. in. -. ttIie .1 i .Z
in ovorn, ...; in t v.h-let I .e ns. it <';i ,,

4ti in jiinllars. with ia g- .>,l supply of PHONEI NO. 25.

S and






C i ^lAKfC' v.e,-.,leetah-lt's t,- f'-'ed the Thi-y
!i;i .e fully 1il> "iu.em -s s.-It il -.e in -l s t .t .
that aret- doing cll. while- they havi !
as fine a pecrn aiurse-ry as can It- seen I
.. ,__ I The blooded and gradledi stock put on
r the finest bread, cakes the farIms :r. doing well ani protiist
Fancy Groceries in the city Th.t-.e firms ar. th- Iprioerty of Ith.
REMEMBiER TilE lorida N.i\ al Stors ',onu.any of J.nak-
isonville. who anr. tlh of tlh,
N h State convicts. .and take this Imusin-ss-
like' and humane min-thd.l of provi.iiing
LlAK RY Ott I he lto-st ,ar.- I.eossillt. ftor ;tll Coi\is
HAS T'llM ih". h get sick or it,- w ith ieiltentits.
The ;alt- t m,.it given y.v
l cr. li. lih'h ti. ,th ,-s', liifotlu:i..a s h.ts
MACAR O0l1NS ,. ittai ,,,any ...l .,t.,l s.mutl. ,,,,1 -li-n
Sithir terms of .S.-rhvice ht.iv- ex lirt'el
and Uthe-v c.ii ng .. il itito th,. wlh.1 .elt0
*-llr lt arn : hmiii,-st living. uhim-h in-
.ADY FINGERS .il isi ii.litimi lil not i.-
No h l t -i 1.. \\'th-n th.-v sot ittmo lht.-
A Specialty ,,,tim .-s otf ih.- 1.1,.
I. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR .Mr. A. s t i it liit .i or f -
Illh Matlit l. f.1 ni ,1 l 4'"C l. tR. F. H. .,r,
iS liip--.'in-if.,l-- i ti-I.. i h ti.s lritht .i.
F. B. PO T T S l:.t.:I. is hint ssistinl.. Al th.-sc .i..r- .tti Up-itu -.ltl.- tit-ti. in. llii.-n-t.
ITRACTING AND BUILDING ,..ius :.itl i. esulr.>ful. :in.t .t-e. be,- .I-
:lig .v.-ry .n-tie y illn indhi 1 .1tl. l IlV t1'
-pentering and '.ak. ith. fa.,tnI< n,, ,t l ..a t.. to tih.-
General Repa3iring llf-Iul,:,t.....,s Vieo ,.i o.. f.rEn anl .-, .
Ia i f th. .\ ill ** : .l, .,
iA-ctiOu G 1U tMefW les'.n" in illtilin th' s.i .iI gl ',.\\inL
Address tk.

wOX lt


While your family Is
summer let us put your i
sanitary condition. Your
the smunmner ill do no gio
thne and breathe sewer
ter. Florida Plumbing

fin IflK IFoly'ns Honey antl Tar cure'l
JJ ID E i any .lases i."f asthma '.ere c-n-
si' ho,--less. 'Mrs. Adolph Vuesinig.
7*1 West Third St.. iavenrport. Iowta.
aw.ay for the 1\ritts: ""A severe cold c'untra, ted
'lutmning in a twelve years ago neglected until
trip away for it finally grew into asthia.i. The best
'lk if you come medical skill available could not give
gas all win- me more than temporary relief. Fo-
and Electric ley's Honey and Tar was re-ommended
and one 5-ic. bottle entirely cured me
--_--- i'of asthma., which had been gro-\ ng on

Ocala, Fla.

~f -- --o

, Commercial Bank ?


- $000.0(





Ocala Ice& Packing

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

I3'3onie >3McW 34;.





Its Size is Not Owing to Lack of Thrift This institution with a patronw of imomu t
on the Part of the People O Pp l f romtLirt different state. co -wang -am e
Editor Star: I notice in your issue of of11003 mlilesin diameter, dee fraimmediate o1J-
May 6. 2o4 olumnas of tax sale adver- ld.nC. wt 1O4 who h o g
tisements, and in your June l;th issue. odtohence A potay aljrd o klytte whiliw i i st
6 more columns. mostly Leroy and- oito school. A posta Card Orletter W l
Spring Park lots,. or a total of 26 col- diate reply and interesting inf atioa
umna of tax advertisements in Marion The 23rd Annual Session will begin on Weata,
county. whiuh Is wet"and supposed to Sept. 14. 1904. J. X RHODES, re. g li Nt.o .
be in a very prosperous condition. Is
this not rather a badadvertisement for
your county? Alachua has been dry just EDW lRDS BROTHS
one year, and I don't believe we shall 1
have ten columns of tax advertise-.
ments. while the city taxes were every
one collected; this last for the first time AT THE ii AiKT
in the town's history. Our town and
county were never so prosperous as
now. I will not assert that being dry
has dne it all. but I will that thLeading Wholesale & Retail Butches
closing of saloons has not hindered our
progress. Statistics for the yea,
ing JuneI show that crime in this city ESTERN CHOICE LOATS
and county has decreased fully 56 per' T R HIE OH M
cent, and drunkenness has decreased CELERY AND OTHER VE
fully 15 per cent. W. N. Wilson. CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETAB IN
(on'the surface. it would seem that FREE DELIVERY TKLEPONE SW

such an extensive delinquent list was a
had advertisement for the county, but
if it should be remembered that all our
heavy land owners, such as phosphate
and turpentine men and railroad com-
panles., generally wait and are willing
to pay the additional cost of advertis-
ing, so there will be no chance of a


in the lower.

And stays there, there's boney
Possibly you have observed that customers

flaw in their titles. The matter of the stay witl
Leroy and Spring Park delinquent ad- I
vertisement is an order from the comp- j NU R E & OHAMBLISA BAh E ,
troller to clean up these "paper" towns j,
and bring the lands back to the state OCAA, FLII
in a lump. But then, under the ruling;
of the present comptroller, the delin-
*luent tax land sales are a big Improve-
ment over what existed several years
ago, for then lands the state bought in
from year to year were resold; now. it SEASIDE INN AND COTTA ES
sold. they are no longer advertised, and
Marion's list is not near the size it was Leading Hotel anPd Peasm Re R ast a m the Ha l C t d
six or seven years ago-a good thing
for the tax payer, but a terrible shrink-
age In the newspapers! lerquisite-but E EYT H I G M O
the Star is not kicking. EVERYTHING MODERN
(fainesville is certainly to be con- Homelike and Comfortable.
gratulated when it is shown its citi- Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
z-ns paid every dollar of its realty tax
for 1903. May it so continue. Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.

A sure sign of approaching revolt and Address HORACE F. ) WART,
serious trouble in your system is ner- GOODALL - P.
vousness, sleeplessness or stomach up-
sets. Electric Bitters will quickly dis-
member the troublesome causes. It l li
never falls to tone the stomach, regu-
late the kidneys and bowels, stimulate'
the liver and clarify the blood. Run- ..-----.-.-.-.-- ----- --- ..
down systems benefit particularly a ad
all the usual attending aches vanish Tv UP' W^TOI ZTITQ
under its thorough and searching ef- I l 'f WJ JA&j A I
fectiveness. Electric Bitters is only I
50c.. and that Is returned if it don't Has the F t, M Ee t I d f L th- i
give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. 1 .. .


Politics is a thing of the past and,
we hope everybody is satisfied. An
This section is needing rain. but the
crops are good, considering the long

I Mrs. R. W. Ervine has returned from
Tallahassee and Is spending a while
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
.Mr. and Mrs. C. c. Hall of Irvine
? spent Sunday in our vicinity.
Fello-wship Sunday school is prepar-
ing to celebrate Children's Day. The
date n ill be given later.
'LOR. The box supper last Friday night at
Mrs. Sallie Brown's was quite a suc-
C q ess. The house was beautifully dcc-
Sorated with vines, ferns and flowers.
Various gamn-s were played. Several
.sings were sung by the Misses <'arra-
way, -ucomnpanied on the banjo by Pro-
rk- fessor Hudgens. I e .-ream and lemon-
a le 41-r- served and were excellent.
"lg The c -rovwd did not disperse until a lat.l
e., hour. Something over $2;. was netted.
Several people from this community
attended the- picnic at Martetl last Sat-
ur.laty. and report a pleasant timri.
fl S VWe fefel sorry for the young lady who
hail to" "alk home the other night all
alone. but doubly so for a certain young
man if he ever attempts to make an
-r.gagoement with her again.

S S R. Ii. Sistrunk of L iade 4ity is spn't"-
ing a sh..rt while with his pi.r.-nt.

of Sew ing M achinesT"...*. ..o, "' "'"
Wonderful things are done for the
We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-seme n d g n r
human body by surgery. Organs are
out little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have t u a s a p o an.
taken out and scraped and polished and
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re t ak o, oa t a be eoed
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried .tirely: bones are siced: pipes take
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen l o ds e f e
an tre. if de. ththe place of diseiseJd sections of vein,;
and tried, if desired, antiseptic dressings are applied to
We wil: sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12, pounds. buins. bruises and like injur-
and each is a bargain at the price. ie. before inflammation sets in. which
.. before inflammation sets In. which

Her styles lead the world of fashion, ana alw
there the most exquisite production of modern art and styles


Exzda e and BeautuLa Lae t o D im Hato Alwyy
in Stock
A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.







Mhdmats Uoc.


Ffst Class M--ls


Delicious Hot Soup Daily
Dining Room open tfil miliglht
attention given to special mIdee-, ----A&-
mmm&,& tf" wl:


For ked Tea use Chase and San

We have also a Mixed Tea in pac-k
;e. 25c. for a half pound-a splen
If you want something good an
rdiaW use ('hav. and Sanborn"



--A To-



















C. L. Bitngr ad R. R. Carvell
Prprieters mad Publishers

tier an"mdG MUOMar.

CMy Editr and IBuslsines Manager

WhIe It Is noticeable that the Times-
Uniaen gave very explicit reports of
what were spelled protests from Hon.
IL W. Davis about Irregularities and
fraUdutent acts on the part of voters
In eartaln counties, It failed entirely
to note that representatives from the
said counties on the committee arose
Ia their Inlignation and wrath anl
stated that not a word of truth (:tJ the
protests contain. The result you know.
The committee said the pitrti*-s in in-
terest had failed to file th*Ir protests
br.tre the said county'es and
counted the vote as cast and certified

Littleton Female College. an adver-
tisement of which appears elsewhere in
this paper, has Just closed its 22nd an-
anal session, which has been in every
way the most prosperous in the his-
tory oft the institution. With a faculty
of twenty-two officers and teachers
and a well equipped and furnished
buUildi, this school is prepared to of-
fer excellent advantages to young la-
dies seeking a collegiate education. The
Institution has very recently Installed.
at a cost of several thousand dollars.
a mew system of plumbing and water
works, including bath and toilet rooms.
with hot and cold water on every floor.
furalsed from a 12,0" gallon tank on
a steel tower 75 feet high. with ample
pipe entirely around the building, and
two-Ilnch hose on every florr within.
tr use In case of fire. The health
record of Littleton College has been
a remarkable one. The physical condi-
tlto of the pupil Is looked after with
great care. There is seldom a case of
serious sickness In the building, and
during Its entire career of twenty-two
years the school has had only one death
among Its pupils. There is probably
-m other school in the South with so
large a patronage that has such a rec-

It Is not generally known but it s4
worth remembering that Mrs. Sallie
Carter. the SS-year-old grandmother of
Mrs. 8. H. Blitch. is the second cousin
of the Immortal General Robert E. Lee.
Mrs. Carter was born in Old Virgintia.
became, by adoption, a daughter of the
Old Palmetto State, and In her old days
Is spending her time In the county she
loves best-Marion. Mrs. (arter came
to Marion county over thirty-five yent
ago with her husband. John Carter.
who died many years ago. May n,:my
years b- given this dear old mother 'it

The Dunnellon Advocate of the 17th.
contains an account of the doings of
Its night policeman. W. P. Stalling-.
It appears that James Shields. a miner.
came to the Phosphate City and look-_
ed too long upon the wine. which mad<
him unduly hilarious. He was stowed
away In the cooler to recover his nor-
m temperature. This accomplished.
he was let out on liquidating the sum
of I$5. Shields had a "wad;." Stalling.
saw It and to secure the same. "'doped'"
the old man and relieved him of his
wealth. When the old man revived h.'
missed his portable property and re-
ported the case. Stallings was appre-
hended., the money found on him. and
for want of bail I< now holding "morn-
ilg prayers" in the county Jail.

"Westmoreland, Kan.. May 5. 1902:
annkiA fl.,Tw Ia.. I t < .. 6




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; Bainbridge, Ga., $5. Tickets
on sale for night train only of June 27;
final limit. July 5.
-SAVANNAH, GA, and return.
Tickets on sale for night train only of
July 1; final limit July 12.
$8-COLUMBIA, S. 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
and Saturdays: limited 60 days.
$28.55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
and Saturdays. Limited 60 days.
$19.30-NASHVILLE, TENN., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale June 18, 19, 20,
July 3. 4, 5; limited 15 days from date
of sale. Extension obtainable to
September 30.
$15.85-TUSCALOOSA. ALA., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale June 14, 15. 16,
17, 20, 21, 27 and July 4; limited to
15 days from date of sale. Exten-
sion obtainable to September 30, 1904.
$19.30-NASHVILLE, TENN., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale June 23, 25, 27;
Iltnited to 15 days from date of sale.
Extension obtainable to September 30.
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
to 24 inclusive; limited to August 11.
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
to 24 Inclusive; limited to August 11.
$31.95-ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. and
return. Ticketc on sale July 10 and
11; limited to July 23.
$32.85-EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK., and
return. Tickets on sale July 6 to 9
inclusive; limited to August 7.
will be sold on July 2. 3 and 4 to all
points in the territory south of the
Ohio and Potomac and east of the
Mississippi rivers, including St. Lou-
is, Mo., at one and one-third fares.
Extreme limit of all tickets, July 8,
principal reports on sale daily, with
extreme limit October 31, 1904.
45.55-ST. LOUIS, MO, AND RE-
Tickets on sale dally, beginning April
25; limited to December 15. returning.
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
25: limited returning 60 days from
date of sale.
$24.20--CINCINNATI, 0, AND RE-
Tickets on sale July 16 and 17: limit-
ed returning to July 25. Extension


Office Over Munroe & Chamblisl
Bank. Ocalas. Florida.


Office Upstairs Commercial Bank
Building, Ocala. Florid.

spent several months of this year with
his partners, the Messrs. Yates-C. 'C.
Yates and his nephew. W. W. Yates-
and left no means unused to make the
crop a success.
Mr. W. W. Yates has had fifteen
years' experience in growing ('anta-
loupes in Indiana. where he was one
of twenty-five persons in the Tnited
States who adopted the hot bed pro-
cess. namely, planting the seeds in
strawberry boxes filled with rich earth.
and then when of a suitable size trans-
planted them in the field, and which
has been uniformly successful.
In Indiana the Decker Canthaloupe
Company plants from 3mi0 to 410 acres
annually and have uniformly been
money-making crops. The members of
this company. at home. are extensive
corn farmers, having an M,0oo acreage.
while timothy hay is one of theh" lead-
ing specialties.
The companyy is also exlerillentilng
with 104 acres of tomatoes this se:asmn
on their Ocala farm with satisfactory
results. After their cantaloupe crop is


As I shall be absent from the city
this sunliner, I o'icr nl plart., for
..ale at the cost of the p ts. Tle
pOants are fine. First to comic will
get the pick. Mrs. E. L. Redding. just
north of the water tower. Ocala.

A\'T().Nl( )I[[.E F(,i .AILE

1 hlie imachlin can Kbc seen at
Staindle & 'o 's. livery stail. ;. Ad-
dress foir particulars. C. E. Melton.
M\ !canopy. Fla.

Thm Republican National conventionn
leects in ('hicago today. Roosevelt is
certain for the presidential nomination
;and Senatior Fairbaniks of Indiana is
almIiost;ain fuir the vice presidential.
The pl'atfrmn is standl pat." cut and

If you are languid, depressed and In-

harvested they will sow their lands capable fo: work, it indicates that your
with sorghum and peas to make a hay liver is out of order. Herbine will as-
crop. They have twenty-five bushels sist nature to throw off headaches.
of seed now in transit for this purpose. rheumatism and ailments akin to ner-
As the Decker Cantaloupe Company vousness and restore the energies and
planted on such an extensive scale their vitality of sound and perfect health. J
efforts have been watched with inter- J. Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writes.
est and many have been the visits to March 2. 1902: "I have used Herbine
their farms by grower of other sec- for the past two years. It has done me
tions. notably from Anthony. which more good than all the doctors. When
place the people of that section df-em I feel bad and have that tired feeling.
the paradise of cantaloupe growing. I take a dose of Herbine. It is the
and who have made all manner of best medicine ever made for chills and
overtures to induce the Decker Coin- fever." 50c. a bottle. Sold by the An-
pany to plant a crop in their neighbor- ti-Monopoly Drugstore.
hood next season.
The Star notes with pleasure the en- An exchange st.s Perdicaris is like
terprise shown by the Decker Canta- t a,.ok., because he is bound In Moroc-
loulw Compaany and the success attend- .,.. It is a liboak that is likely to be an
ing their labors, which more than con- expensive one to the United States.
firms the reputation the soil of Mariton
county possesses for the successful cul- FEEL IMPENDING DOOM
tivation of this delicious fruit, being
a splendid object lesson of increased The feeling of impending doom n the
prosperity. _.,...,. ,. ........ , o-, i.

Have just received a carload of as-
sorted furniture, at summer prices.
It will interest you to itnslwct it.

Blitchton has the reputation of sus-
taining the finest Sunday school In the
county of Marion.

Is assured by perfect digestion. Indi-
gestion swells the stomach and puffs
it up against the heart. This causes
shortness of breath, pallpitation of the
heart, and general weakness. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion, re-
lieves the stomach, takes the strain
off the heart and restores it to a fu'l
performance of its function naturally.
Kodol increases the strength by enab.
ling the stomach and dig-stive rainss
to digest, assimilate and appr.prriate-
to the blood and tissues all off tl, f.,od
nutriment. Tones the st.oinacah a11,l di-
gestive organs. Sold ly WVm. A.nler-
St n.

1. t;. Bro' ks, the rttir-l ii.v a.i :h;
t-ct and buil.-lr of the" Italdie'lh,n ph,.s
t-iate mai;t'1.1 is o['eratitlg a -w st-..,',
at Itlitchtzi.

Running like mad down the street.
lumping the occupants. ,-r a hun Ire.]
other accidents are everyday occur-
rences. It behooves everybody to have
a reliable Salve haniy and there's none
as good as Bucklen'. Arni, a Salve.j
Burns. Outs. Sores. Eczema. Piles dis-
appear quickly un-der its soothing ef-
fect. 25c.. at the Anti-Mn-opoly Drug-


mini s oU many victiimsor rk UDii is-
ease and diabetes has been changed to
thankfulness by the benefits derived
from taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It
will cure incipient Bright's disease and
diabetes and even in the worst cases
give comfort and relief. Slight disor-
-lers are cured in a few days. "I had
diabetes in its worst form." writes Ma-
rion ILee of Dunreath. Ind. "I tried
eight physicians without relief. Only
three bottles of FolEy's Kidney Cure
made me a well man." Sold by the
Postoffice Drugstore.

The *I xf'-l co.rr-sp.on,-ent of the
St mt-'rvill.- Times says ther- % I anll
-t'Trt 'iTi th- part ,af the m-.Ion p.tik-
, r ;at that l.' e t- a inaugurate' a r ike.
I it \ h-n Ith-y found that ther- weie
ni ii,'- i kers th.!an strikers t'o Ce-

Pearl tooth wash Is the best. We sell
It. Postoffice Drugstore.


m m w $S09430OO0

Champion Cantaloupe Crop T

It is gratifying to note that notwith-
standing the long drouth, broken only
a few weeks ago. the Decker Canta-
loupe Company of Vincennes. Ind.,
which planted 150 acres on land pur-
chased from the Gary estate, are reap-
ing good returns .They began shipping
on the 25th of May. with an average A
output daily of 25 to 30 crates, which
increased in volume daily until two
weeks ago, when their shipments av-
eraged 500 to 800 crates a day. Yes-
terday they sent forward 700 crates and
today loaded a solid car with 1000 R Hall
crates, which, from present indications.
they will keep up for the next two GCoj re l MacKa'
weeks. On the whole the prices have
been quite satisfactory, while now they
are getting the top of the market, $3.50 President:
a crate. Yesterday the company re-
ceived a dispatch from a Pittsburg, IEblJ .tR'Y A. FORD,
Pa.. commission house saying they had
just received from the Decker Canta-
loupe Company. Ocala. the finest car BAND OF MERCY
of cantaloupes handled by them from
the state of Florida. A mielon fete will be held at the
Mr. J. M. Barco. the banker, who is Episcopal rectory on Wednesday
authority on cantaloupes, has visited next from 4 to (i p. ni. Members.
the Decker farm frequently, also con- wear their badges. Admission,
curs in the opinion that they grew the vontlg people under 20. 10 cents;
finest cantaloupes he has seen this sea- adults. 25 cents. Proceeds will go
son. while Mr. John Anderson. of the tto hell) tilhe work carried on by the
Fakes plantation, who has inspected I. M. (1M. ( )i behalf of committee.
their fields, remarked that the Yankees E. Tatham.
possessed some magic process by which
they beat any crop he had seen. KEEP YOUR EYE
Mr. Decker of Vincennes. Ind., the )n IPittman and Son, leading furnt-
president of the company, who is in- lure dealers ftor the carload of iron
terested in grow ing cantaloupes on his bedsteads just ill, and at prices that
1000-acre farm in the Hoosier State, will tiake yout buy.

R. L. Anderon,

Geoge Ford,

Edward Mor-,

Hubert A. FeciL




Makers of the


Highest Grade Se. Cigar



In Five Sizes

CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor
Ocala. Florida.


We take this means of thanking
our numellros customers for the'r
'ianIY favors, and soliciting their
co)tinutled patroinage. ( )ur stock :'.-i
im1'ipp .tit is adequate to every .Ic-
tiandi. IPrices will be exceedin ,'yV
w fit r first class work.
Ill consideration of the mildtiiew
of the jokes on the Plumincr. H'is
'.enthl. bills and great wealth ( ?)
%c. vvill hereafter repair all cakyy
faucet- free of charge.
Verv trulv.
R. IE. Yonge & C(o.
Ocala. June Jo. 10O4.

Is courting death more suddenly but
not more surely than neglecting kid-
ney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure will
cure a slight disorder in a few days.
and its continued use will cure the most
obstinate cases. It has cured many
people of Bright's disease and diabetes
who were thought to be Incurable. If
you have kidney or bladder trouble,
commence taking Foley's Kidney Cure
today, before Itis too late. Sold by
the Postoffice Drugstore.

Alfred Hancock, a prominent citizen
of Paisley, in Lake county, committed
suicide Sunday. He was about thirty
years old and leaves a wife and siz
small children.

Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown
from his wagon and severely bruised.
He applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm
freely and says It is the best liniment
he ever used. Mr. Babcock is a well
known citizen of North Plain, Conn.
There is nothing equal to Pain Balm
for sprains and bruises. It will effect
a cure in one-third the time required
by any other treatment. For sale by
all druggists.

The 16 to 1 dollar will be legal tender
on the Isthmus of Panama.

Asks the readers of this paper to test
the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.'
Those persons who have used It and
who have been cured by it. do not hes-
itate to recommend it to their friends.
Kodol digests what you eat. cures Indi-
gestion, dyspepsia and all stomach:
troubles. It increases strength by en- I
abling the stomach and digestive or-
gans to contribute to the blood all of
the nutriment contained in the food.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and

W-%- AThe numb-r of th-e .-nrral Sllocum's
S*l:e1 is 7 a'3. anda ":"o are yet mlsIlng.

.Those who 'will persist In closing
their ears against the continual recom-
Sninenlations of Dr. King's New Discov-
-ry for 'o.onsuilmptin'. will have a long
Sio'nd bitter fight with their troubles, if
n ,,t vnted arli.-r by fatal termination.
Re.t.'% what T. R. Bill of Beall, Miss.,
Shaqs to say:'"Last fall my wife had ev-
i-ry symptom of consumption. She took
Slr. King's N&-w Disc'ov-ry aft-r every-
O E SCUthing -Ilse had failed. Improvement
TO THE RESCUE i.,ame at once and four bottles entirely
The h-'; !.-ss arr- r. u;id by the abe- i'ure- her.- Guarantee-d by the Anti-
b,,. lie-. The strong sh.-ul! tare f-.r the Mn'..~-' y IDrugs-ture. Price 5S.a'. and $1.
t :;k. ITri.; bottles free.

At the City Market

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish aud Vegetabl

in Season"

City and Country Trade Solicited

Free Delivery Pbme 21.


Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open fs busiMsM M l
the Fishel Old Stand, West of the Square.
All Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patteon's Sun Prof P ai a
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Tooelos al
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinwars, Agateware. ete. Sash, uDs
and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and a- ss
better; Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The L~
est Prices Will PrevaiL
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business FamilN'.6asm U
With the Wants of the People. Your Skihes Selicid4l


The Leader in le Cresm


". The originator of the
- Any color or flavor.
'' Orders filled on demand in aby quin-
tity desired.
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We Ae Sue HstliNg.
and supplying builders with the very
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
pose. While the demands of our cus-
tomers are great we bave disappoint-
ed no one and are glad to state that our
efforts to meet the desire for a grade
of lumber of the best quality have been
appreciated far beyond our expecta-

C. I. GR ACE. _'T




Fine Carrages, Ds.tland Trap
Drm Cany ,ade

Hores and Mles for Sale. Hoases
Board by te Mth at Specal Rate.



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Its 10 to 1 on do if you are a vietds

1 eDon'tDD it l leaer-. 0r b
Well admit it will ere malaria, sbut it Iaes
S-.B h< after *fecfr I -

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abpm 114. If V ey want palnUng

The eqpital mow has six or eight In-

C. R. Taylor has fresh limes for lime-

Marshall, yomugest son of Professor
Cram. -s sik-.
Mears. .EL and T. C. Hall went to
' ftUap last night.
The mst dlepat lapimy at efudy
IIOw at DAMlt.
Mrs. 0. C. Crom and children are vil-
Kin a itlemamdina.
5Jt received, fresh limes, for lime-
6Ms. C. I. Taylor.
Wst work It painting and paper-
ma oame by St...nLfrgrr.
Whla In doubt, smoke the Mile Deyo
fe. etar. All principal dealers.
P. W. Spellman left today for White
*prsiag to spend a few weeks.
rl reliable painting and papering
S5J. Starr Sternberger. phone 114.
W1rk done by Stemrberger In paint-
ga and papering guaranteed.
Mr. F. A. La~eur of the foundry, with
bi family. ha gone to Atlanta.
It tf stationery and stationers' sup-
Ueas. fjt received. Ocala News Co.
Mrs. Brigg i seriously Ill. Mrs. C.
I. Bert of Onello is here to visit her.
,erQ1'W Witch Hasel Soap, best for
lhrd water. Try It. Postoffice Drug-

W. M. Rom of Hines and Dunnellon
was in the city today on phosphate bus-

Sticky *y paper and floor wax. Fresh
stock Jst received. Tydings & Co,
plboe No. .
Editor Harris in attending the meet-
Ing of the trustees of the University of
Florida at Lake city.
ivender. for keeping moths out ot
lyr woolen goods. Nothing else so
egod Poestaffie Drrastore.
-is rived this afternoon to visit Miss Nel-
He Stevena for a few days.
Nothing as good for connotesseurs as
SGOrand Royal l c. cigar. Sold by all
gr--cpal dealers.
Closing out at cost. children's hats,
baby caps, etc., for Thursday and IF.
day. Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick.
f Messrs. Walter Hawkins and James
E. Reach of the Central of Georgia Ry.,
were at the Ocala House today.
S Mrs. Cotney. Mrs. lenton's sister,
and Mr. Weekly, her brother-in-law.
left for home today, and Mrs. H-nt

leaves tomorrow.



The Christian church Sunday morn-

Washington. June 21. -Partly cloudy Rev. L. W. Moore w-nt to Paradise

InI extended a unanimous call to Rev. tonight and ,l V-,l,Iay. y.. today. He sl not dead' just went down I
Rufus Rowland to preach for them f.i to marry Mr. Burke of Quitman. Ga..
the next year. Rev. Rowland has DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED to Miss Strickland. at the home- of the
preached for the church for the past By loc al p,litatio.ns, as thy cannot Iride. at Paradise. tonight.
four Sundays and has delighted his au- ch th. ,liss prtiiz of the ear.
dience. He has a wife and married There i. ,oly on.- way t, cure deafness, elsewhere in the Star will be found
daughter with him. Mr. Rowland i and that is by constitutional remedies., an announcement from Miss E. Tat-.
from Chattanooga. We welcome him [iafrn.s is cause-,l by an inrtame-. ,-on- ham. secretary of the Band of Mercy.
and his family to our city. ditaion of th- Iinuous lining .of th- Eus- for a melon fete, to be held at the rec-
tachian Tube. When this tube is in- tory, on (Okliwaha avenue. tomorrow,
GOING TO DUNNELLON flamed you have a rumbling sound or afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. You will
imperfect h,-aring, and when it is en- please note the cause. The Bands of
C. H. Dame. organizer for the Wood- tirely closely, deafnss is the result, and Mercy have been instituted by George
men, went to Dunnellon this morning unless the inflamrmation can be taken Angel, editor of Our Dumb Animals.
to get the boys together to install the out #nd this tube restored to its nor- who has devoted his life to creating
big Dunnellon lodge of Woodmen mal anditin,. hearing uill be destroy- and fostering a consideration and kind-
Thursday night, at which time a num- ed forever. Nin cas-s out of ten are ness to dumb animals among our chil-
ber of Ocala Woodmen will go down to caused by Catarrh. which is nothing dren. The object is a noble one and
assist him. but an iniflam. d.conlition of the mu- the band that Miss Tatham has. formed
-,'* aS.rvie.. i in 4 ,cala meets on the rectory lawn to-
NOTICE TO WOODMEN W e will give (One Hundred Dollars morrow afternoon to celebrate its ex-
for any cas- of Ieafnetss (caused by istence and growth. It is a grand in-
All Woodmen who intend going to ,atarrho that ,TAnilot Ihe ur.,l by Hall's stitution. There are over 2.000.000
Dunnellon Thursday afternoon to as- .atarrh ,'ur-. .en,l f,,r circulars. free. m members in this country, and. being on
sint in installing the camp at that plate I -'. J. ,'h.ny a,.I Co., Toledo. O. correct lines of progress we trust the
will lease report before that time. to Sold by ,druggists. 13. oala branch of the Band of Mercy
Council Commander J. G. Spurlin. All Halls Fanily Pills are the best. may grow until it will include all the
who can go down are urged to 1h .so. s children of the city. We need to be
S. CEMETERY ASSOCIATION taught kindness toward the brute cre- I
F. L'. OF .. action. By nature, our savagery and
The- nienh-rs of th.- t'eni.t**r Asso- 'ruelty displays itself too often toward
A nflwting of thle Frat-rnal I'n- .iatiin ill rine.-t at the htoin. of Mrs. the ,,mb and inoffensive beasts of the
ion of Amcerica will l held IlUc- {tit.,lier.. Tl'hur.s liy ,fteri.,oo ;tt 4 f !idl anld birds of the air, and any agen-
day. Jtlltl 21. at ;! p. III.. ill HIgc', *'.cl|,,k. s.v that will curb our cruel and inhu-
hall. All fratcrs re(ttestel to ..he n instincts must be a good thing.
present. a Il matters of ip tlrtanc. Thr ,.The 1: *y ''i-arnie.-iv 'n sup nd it should he our aim and desire to
will I:e dIisC'uss-el. I.y tvtrt tine ,.. it .o i i t,,y-, iv.- ga.l- cultivate in our chilr..'n a feeling of
1). uill-r, 1)'. M. I,,ne ,,s milk p.-r, ,,y. p:,,rtie.s can get gentlpness and kindness toward those
('has. K. Sage. Sec. milk,. ,.l:,-r ,,r iutt,.r :,, y til,,l of da;y j ho cannot speak for themselves. This
-Iy setliin t,, th,. ,l.tiry: tottir No.rth gahering" is for everybody who believes
Hon. H. W. Long. -ha;irnian o.f our I",adtokloii t. in cultivating li;gber and nobler and
hoard of county conlnis.siontenis. ;aid S. milre ct ln.idr-.t*e hndl gentle traits of
R. Pyles .also a member of the .hoard. isskr ft f her hon heit,t, within ut.
have gone to Tampa to attend the t A. i li Sttrs, tftr visiting he Tie cause should be encouraged.
ttt e.\!:Rli(a SCuinrl. ;.ft>i visiting here
State Good Roads Conventon. In ss- :nt. Mrs J. 1.. l'.r at e. o)1 :; North Miss Tatham should be encouraged.
slon in that city,. and of which -Mr. .ain tt. her hand held up and strengthened in
Long is president. the good work in which she is engaged.
Miss Essi.- Euph-niia; Smith was mar- So let us all go and have a merry. jolly
Great bargains in millinery, fringes. ,-id S-.tul.dy :it I~..r mothe's horn,, in good time. and not forget our children.
vellings, chiffons, flowers, ribbons. this ity to Mr. II. J. Ilyk,-s of Orlan- who should be there in force. The en-
baby cap. children's hats. etc.. Thurs- 1l. ,. L. W. W\\tr,.in ,,ffici;itetd. The tertainment is not for any church, but
day and Friday, at Mrs. Minnie A. r i.s ;i.r,.isessing ald vt-ry ani- for the Ocala Band of Mercy.
lBi.stil ik' a
bjl'-;* itrf>>!ssiK ; > tr a i *a .II 01 aeT

t;M>. l vA.11 I .,ly. uhilh the groomn is one
of qrlaiIn.l 's stetadyv, progressive and
Z. C'. <'hambliss and ,'o. sold today r i e I T l u
a fine bllol ( cow to RF. f. llanok-rsous b Thy ft Sunay
flsr the i mltiit.tilis f N t th i itrolilit
of Hushnell. and a ine- bull a day or f,,r ;t sh,,rt |hin.'vnlsmil l n ,I .%ill retUlli
two ago to N. A. Callislion of s;Tinies- t ly 1. Star t
Ville. to Oi l.l t July 1. Th" Star 'xtellls
vl .' tTraltul:.tions.

We have just received a large ship-
ment of Tablets and Envelopes of all
sizes and grades; also all kinds of Sta-
tioners' supplies. Call and get prices.
Ocala News Company.
The Marion farms shippted two ,:4rs5
of very fine melons yesterday sov.-r the
A. C. L.
For Thursday and Friday I offer a
big line of flowers, ribbons and trim-
mnings of all kinds at and below cost.
to close out stock. Mrs. Minnie A. los-
The board of public instruction held
a called meeting Monday to make es-
timates for carrying on the school work
for 1904 and 1905.
Please ask your physician to send or
leave your prescriptions and orders for
drugs wl*h uq. We give car-ful atten-
tion. prompt delivery and the lowest of
prices. Tydings & Co.. phoa.e No. 30.

\V.\ANTI:IED To sit rn a .-room
c<* stage Must l.*. in gi,,I lhc.ality,. andt
If iuitaille \mildI biuy. lInsi ii r i at this
ofi 're.

For Dinner!

Well, tust phone


SP. '. Davis of the second ward is
getting to be quite a farmer. He is

cream at Troxier'a. The season putting one of the lots he purchased
has mw opened, and the best that pure of Capt. Alfred Martin in sweet Ipota-
ivmedbieta can make It. can be had at toes. They'll get it there
The excellent cigars made by Charles ---
W. T. Wheeler, the insurance man. Peyser, the Milo Deyo and Grand Roy-
Is in Louisiana for a week on a busi- al, can be had at the Ocala News Co. L A LEX A NDER
nwtwit. IPresident H. A. Ford of the Centra:l Practical
Chiffons. veilings. powers and laces. National lank ha;s tween contintd to
a pretty and attractive line offered. his room with a . Thursday and Friday. at actual cost. past few days.
Careful estimates made on all contract
Mrm. Minnie A. Bostick. work. Gives more and better work fot
Fresh miilch cows kept on hand for the money than any other man lr
Dr. Walter H.Hst was called to 'cap- sale the year round. Parties wishing town.
tain Martinls lurl.nitine camp. near a good nilch tou.- or a carloal of th'm.
the Moms Bluff ferry. yesterday, to pre- ill save money by calling on 1). M1.
scribe for Mr. Daniel Blue, a w white man Boney.
and turpentine distiller. who in very
sick wimLh malarial fever. Mr. C'oley llryant of Va;llist.t. 4a..
sold his of Jersey cows to I. 11M.
C hilds of Tani;pa. The s nile ant S to m ac h
W 0W C rotund forl of Mr.Wytr,:', l r;:.-::,'-.
itte fomn ala for a time at l-ast.
Teo will nad a well selected stock of
a at Ed '. armnicha.l itimade the run in his
autonolnld,-i to, Silver S srinng-t SunaTy
CARMAN A CO', ;in t, -nty minnutt-s. H .tsl. ttrit-.l s.e-\-
ef North Maina St.. north of city mar uile's of the heavy sand rioad to. -
tM. i~rti Sial9ties- with two persons in it. we-it thr-ough it ji
like a cyclone through a heap of ch.iff.
CHICKENS AND EQGS I have a few choice lots. ..x.-los feet.
ameomber the place and rest assur- mne-half block north of 4 .kla"iha.. just
we will treat you right.o bajck of thet hous-s of G. T. Mtaughs an:
A. ;. Gat'- .le.s Price very h.w. F. \W.
W. W. CARMAN & 0 0O. Itto.
SUMMER MvEu ou, a11cubleiHAVE YOU A COUGH?
A dose of l{allarjds orehoun Sr- Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. Lay-
T Y EL 0 uop uill relieve it. Have you a -old? A Nevada. .. was ler of H:.:.ard.
dose of Herhine att bedtime and fre- curedbv Kodo A Pa.. was c-red
quent small doses of Horehound Syrup of stomach of Chrornic
trouble which I l/seFs:a by
during the day will remove it. Try it ha e. ected h uss of
H |i for whooping cough, for asthma, for his heart. Kodol

T. W.

Troxler, Agent for Huyler's
Fresh Shipments Received

Mrs. S. H1. tlitch is visiting her
hrothe-r. Dr. John L. Davis and family
:it lrvine. Dr. Davis and wife returned
last weetk from Atlanta and a visit to
friensl.s to friends in Anderson. S. (.
They were- accompanied by Mrs. D. E.
Mclver. who will spent the summer
with her brother, Mr. Fant, a prosper-
oil1s citizen of that place.
F tR SALE-Lady's saddle and
blanket; good as brand new. Z. C.
C'haimbliss .
Mr. Barnard Seligman, a leading
business man (of Columbus. G;a.. is in
the city for a few days. calling on his
fiance,. Miss Gertrude Peyser.
Terkeween Bug Destroyer, for spring
house cleaning; clean, non-corrosive
and de-th to :4it bugs and Insects. Now
ib the time t0 use It; 25 cents. Ty-
lrngs & Co., phone No. 30.




Biggest Values in



Ever heard of

We have just bought out a large factory in New York, aad

received 100 dozen of the prettiest shirts that have ever

been in Ocala, and as we bought these a f cost, we

intend to sell them at half price.







Ocala, Florida

Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machiney

S eie- iof the striking incidents of the '''
stato extcuttive committee meeting wvaW B*ggie Pl t S m
th cxi::, -ience that presented itlf tosPhaetons Seys Ca age
; 'tnt'ral I ullock. He. on his arrival in
JksvilleThursday night, repairdHARNESSANDSADDLERY OF ALL
ts. a rstaurant to get his supper. At HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
the s-nt- table with him he found sev- n A 4 1
,.ra;t me-n who were discussing the re- &ELj
he ;;;t ih m ns Buiding Matetials, Evety Kind and Descuipthss
sult t'f the campaign and the influence-q
.it ,trk that elected Broward as gov--UOFK ND
-mnor. Said one: "I tell you. GeneralOF ALL KINDS
'ulhl k's letter to Mr. Sligh. showing
ltro'\n's 'llip-flos,.' did the work."
All assented. ant the speaker con-SaS
tinue-l. -'A give $25 to be with the man Phosphate PantsIsd Ce

that ; wrott it.'
;tintera;l ltullock. who rat silently by;
.l kn-w none- of the group, then re-
Ir.tikel: "You vani ls) that at a grestt
lHow.'" the IBro iard enthusiast.
S\\hy.'" im ;-en-ral bullock. as he
..\tef-iesl hiis h.itnd. "''ni the man."
The- In.i., whoe v;ias none other than
J,-ff IV. .Vrmitne,'c x'-i.h.- .. ssr;,ng to his
f-..t 'h'nf till it :.s t Gent-eral Hullok.
i \ ie-i.tly. by his a,'tio,: mnit-nt -,v-
.'* y \\ I.!. t .f spoke.
The handsomest line o' buffets chi-
na t lst-is. flinilg room 'hairs and ta-
bles. rocking chairs, reception chairs,
ets.. that this portion of 'he state has
ever seen just received by Mclver &
Mr. E n,-st LyI-s. son osf Priof. and J,-hn L.yl-s. l-ft y-st-erdly for
\'.sh;ngtn;, I). *'. Mr. Iyl-s, for the
;..t y.-r. his h-;i ** : responsible
.,s:tiinrs "it h the- lutt,,n 'nomp.7arlny. but

" it t, c e'. t ,-n.-- n sie- ,lut'r.t-
*i' ;, W"-st Virgin:,t. Mr. Lyl,-s is a
s-IlfT .tt ti:-i ,- riginee-r of r. nt man or-
1 !-. .i' i e :~ --! - I in h;s i.-% sph.-r.- -f work. c*ur
..,i .>h-, or % :th him.




McGrath's Old Stand
NA'V mSfST SXX30- :m.A 3

Rebuilt and Newly Furnished
Fine. Wines ,of All Kinds for F:mnily Usr High GraJe Whiskies. Branlies,
Be,-r. Ale an;i .l S.Pla for Famivy Tralc. The Purest Liqu-or. ,Olt.,ina, bl- Are
Kept by ULs. Skilled Bar Te-nd-rs. Court -ous Tr,-titn,-nt Assure,- to All.


A are-fully SI .ectedl Stock of (ro. eries. With Fr-- t-;i-ry. Sp-. -ial Atten-
tion Givon to, All Or .rs.
We do the Largest M,ii rd.-r i Bus.n-ss in the A.1 *4 rl-:rs Fi.!'1l on Re-
turn Train.

'A t-'..r here has sued me for Separate White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and


t akiosd by th.t skMi




Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. A It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "written down
old with all the
characters of
_-- ^w ^_





PAW mrmr






uI b mubi ms a s md ..luI.

SmB-B a-h i moet o 0
h yeme m betoestae
n a fWa ya aes gt. property
Mtitailf daaoboo as-ad

.kmo .msomrely G1s toi lestlsa. btl-
a. as.. eat theme eooditious when
SS th saoltion of the blood.
0=soasm-. -- ad-- gin it uceptible
U ierm= almeu ad lbres tlt eto
S uName ba bee aimSed by over0
liM, amea by dr or sickness. you
eSM haws s sp eatas or diet your-elf.
lowmMW a mIs sethia that will aid the
mesm Iy Irrviet by mdihted (
Sa remedy for pur-e
*a3ial vest maet rrem the pure. fmb
adi amial laaatlve mad sweeteer of the
- -ah ethes r medicine is aecesary.
Vhim a gMlteas. It is asina that yram
S s f orm. mad the poisonous bile.
fM beiag esemet from the body
asg leasestiames tamlem up in the blood.
as a mi t o. bUo.amies. the eatiare *teu
-aMa The anr griping patis a the Ab-



domes. Headaches. DIslnesm.
Pain In the RuWhl Side. and ith
allow and yellowish. rouht an
after mea&a andMISasbOrttiMe
be performing li poi fuerti
bul from te sstem, 7 noti
medicine is necseay.

msate camw of Indigestioa. Torp
auiom. BilousMeMs. eet. so as
work without th* slightest I
nausea. They produce natu
movement of the bowels, are
pure and healthful.
They are Nature's own reme
pill or purge. better than ath
grfipe and nauseate, better tha
moving toe bowels, because ,
Fict'NF. WAFERS are a at
aoWd Dot a purge, acting gently
on the contents of the bowels.,
movement. They regulate t
stomach. cleanse the system
blood, cure all Bowel Troubles
Had Blood. Wind on the Stomac
Headace. Pimples and Dilzi
iUefrenVatwvstM daheratery. \

ia Prun

lrun-IMmmU IF S Mii uel Itum*w* y TdoT ml Wa..


100 WAFERS, 26 SEi
oR aw -et w4 y Please If you follow each meal with a CALIUPO
1 whkeibt aklydissolv bemsohe ttodiestible food oad helps to carry
age TeHEinusaNi healtUml ineaat withouGt se tightOe "ina. gri





From lacksonville

Round Trip. Ion alfe dally.
ood till twi'eml-r 1V,

Round Trip on sale dai-
ly. Good sixty days.

27 .50


Southern Railway

Worlds Fair Roote, St. Loafs
Either through Atlanta and Chattanooga or Columbia and
*Laad of the Sky" route.
Only line from Florida with its own rails to St. Iouis. Two
from Jacksonville. Through sleeping ar.
STOP-OVERS GOING AND RETURNING. day and fiften-day tickets, within limit. at pirin-ipoal mountain and
cort points to the Carolinas and East Tentesse,. No extra cost.
tualty to visit the greatest of World's -'irs and s5wind a vacant
mountains, where side trips can be made through the Sapphire fC
Toxaway. the Highlands. etc.
Detailed and valuable information, maps, folders, etc., cheerful
upon application. J. C. LI
District Passenger Agent. 1oS West Bay St.. Jackson






T'1rKll IS will be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday during months of June, July, Au-
gust and September from points in the Southeast,
at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
For Books and Pamphlets descriptive of the
Hotels, Bath Houses, etc., apply to


Tray. Pass. Agent.

Bather Say Blid as a Partridge M
'M ETom Would Be Exact.
The only explanaitimnt of the adage,
r-dih "As bold as a lion.'" is that the lion's
S niagnitceent. muscular body. his noble
head, great mane. the fact that be is a
wild beast and-still more probably-
hisl deep throated roar that sounds so
Oasitivads, extraordinarily bold have nhade him
easkin bSs feared fur generations. But the lion
ad itchy. Take
NZ WAc ERS belongs to the family of cats and is
syouriverwill Dot bold. Tu those who kuow best he
hima b6tCZA Is not brave even In the h,,ur of dan-
S-Be oute ger. lThe lioness, who Is smaller. less
vEi. IfM terrible to look upon and is without a
the o-ob-I' mane, Is brave in defense of her young.
I lver. omt' but she, too. is Rnot bold. .She is merely
T0 st1 ear1 g bolder than the lion. In comparison
alt. gripe ot with any animal that ran fac:e danger
ral and eser and fight "fair" the lion is a cowardl.
eay to take, To prove It let us see for a taoinettt
y. better O how It is that the li1n chooses to lhunt
atice teo that his prey.
SanIything for The lion does not hunt. In the reed-s
ral disoirent and grasses near sonie pool in the jiun
and naturally tle he lies hidden w here he knows that
producing eay
the liver and other animals will go to drink 4<'it
and purIfy the like. he leapls U 0In hs victim. strik- s
s. Bad Breath,
h. Foul Mouth. It with his poIwerful paws. Tlhel' l;hs
o Wale.Ar, a great jaws break the neo-k of the un-i-
I fortunate creature he has taken Iy ur-
prise, and the lion boldly varrie. o4tT
the e:tr<'ass to devour It where he will.
The folk who live on the outskirts ,of
fer ^^ Jungles In the lion's country s-nnetlino-s
lose their sheep and goats when a hiun-
Sgry lion can luIstser courage to go near
a human halbitatin in his search fur
food, lie gfoes at night and stealthily.
Who knows but that his heart goes
pit-a-pat and his big limbs trenmble ait
rs every sudden noise' lThe natives of
Indit and of Africa know, however.
INIA PRUN that they can frighten away a thieving
it through sad lion by fire and torches. If cornered
pl ator assmua and f,,rced to tight lie will do battle
CALA savagely, but he doesn't seek an open
fight, and any traveler will tell you
that as a rule the **king of beasts"
bolts on sighting a InaIn.
To be as Iild as a partridge as
brave, unselfish, daring, herui,. as a
partridge- is something Sone might be
proud to boast. No lion defends its
young with the courage tof a isartridge.
Tihe lioness at bay will tiirn ill dtefnse
of her c'ubs, will tight the 'enet'y, will
it. on Sale at- isprilngg at him furiously; the partridge
tifte's days. will leave Its little ones 4ulit.' UIlIroi-
tected In the nest, or wherever they
rip. 4,4u ten I may be in hiding, and will offer herself
aleTuesdaysand to spare them. It Is not the unthliink-
. I lune. ti,.,d ing heroism of excitement. The bird
knows what she is doing and the dan-
ger. She schemes to attract attention
to herself, but she manages to, lead the
dogs on, and she escapes. Wes at least
have never heard anything in thl, life
history of the partridge so sad as; that
I Asheville, the mother bird has been taken at that
supreme moment. I utder the very nose-
traiins daily of the dogs she will flutter and limp.
with drooping wing. to dehelve them
into tle belief that she Is lamed and
eason. sixty- cannot fly.-New York Mall.
summer re-
An oppor- The Klair and the Preacher.
lion In the Dr. South on one occasion after
)untry, Lake preaching before Charles II.. w'ho. by
the way, did not care any more than
the humblest dissenter to listen to a
'y furnished read sermon, was twitted by the king
"K of having read from a manuscript.
ville. Fla. *"lw is it. l r. South." said his majes-
ty. "that ytou, who are so faimius for
preaching without book, should read
your sermon when you preach before
nme' ."May I answer your majesty
with another question':" replied the
witty doctor. "Hlow is It that your
majesty always reads your speeches
to your faithful co'nnmmons?' "Odstish.
doctor." said Charles. "e'lc'iise I have
S asked them for money so often that by
this time I am1 ashamel to lok them
s In thle fa'e." Ir. South, it must le
admitted, had fairly laid himself open
to the retort.
He Kept Him Seat.
The nearsighted main. comfortably
ensconced in the corner of the car.,
looked up at the woman who was hold-
Ing a large bundle in one. hand while
she clung to tle strap withl the mother.
'**Madam," said he. a wave of sudden
generosity sweeping over him. "I ma:tke
O0 It a rule never to give my seat up to
any woman, but I will be glad to help
you. Let me hold your bundle fur
ut the "Oh. thank you, sir." replied the fair
passenger; "I hope you knowv how."
WVhereupon she deposited a gurtling
i1six-month-old inlfa:tnt In his lap. t the tle
T, undisguised joy of the rest of the strap

Agt., holders. Cincinnati Tilies- Star.
ta. Ga. Monopolies In Old England.
Monopolies were i quits'e ',siniolli In
England long before the days of the
Stuarts, while It was undetlr a Stuart.
-- Jalime I., that an :tat was pa-,-ed de-
clatrin-. vtid all miinipolih.s fsor thle ',,le
buying., selling titd tilakilig 4f o:,nds
excepting patients for fouirtectien ~t:trs
for any new pmrt.'ss or ti-u lllaltir:tac-
ture. This iiv.,rd wals tih first -thp
toward free trad'. Thie Tuil-'rs ,.re
really the great cr-eat,-r .f ii":'.->
lies, and Elizabeth was thle i : '.':,'..-' il-
veloper of them. A!! thl, Y,..,r .iutuid.
Plain Enougah.
K "'What a-:is ti tr.Il.'
K "lie' culdli't swim "
"*What has that to do w.tlth his fail-


"HIe got into a c,.Z'Iipany where the
stoi'k was all water." .'.'lt,-,tbl'e.
The Paternal Idea.
Mlus R. .s';,y I !,-' i:;v l.e:irt In
r.!ght. j, t I a,' p','(,'d M1r I',,''-::::!:
your heart. You !:.'!'t L:.,v lost your
head.-Philadelphhta I .1.:.-.
Rpare Olher%.
"Yon tal:k' aun :'; ;' t :;'..-nt yo:'-
self. CatLeriue."
"Well. It keeps I, f" ,-' ta;!kg abiaut
other people "-I"- r..:: tI're Press
"Mirth Is (Gxd' :.'di-'!ne." said Dr.

E. L. Carney. Tax Collector. in Account Sg

-'ASSSMoty 108 TO fIMTOI Am Wu

h.4 o'i'


May .. t "d I TheATLANJ. ICC OAS I w l sl U noon
J :.- "-... .- No. 78, July ist, tickets from Ocala to Savaah, Ga.,he
M.a 1 n..,: l.. and retum at rate of $6, and to Chmitm, C, and e ,r d
Sn,.fI !r,, ..e d $-4 .
; at $6. Al cke J 12
May/ 2: cDon't miss this opportniytoT wa the "F tle hbur Baan,-1c,,,.-c. its s$b-urban rs-ts- ihaderbot HIle Cas
a st F. l .d- F l and Tybee, and Chrto "By-the-Sea," ad thSe lt of .
.u',i,. -.;'.. r'T.., -.., Palms, and enjoy yomrsuf. No tct to be ld from y .ur
S .: Tacksonville proper. Never was there a cheaper ad M r.e-
;y I.c a..: :;, delghtful trip offered. Nibe ar y the ae a&d al
'n.. .ar. ,,...,:,. t. s:. dates for which tickets will be old "
May, nc',e. .. $
unl- Ha B .T -. r r i-e,: *:' .r ffurt!cr inl ',riati *ti ct ll o ni n r ii' i tItitIh J late
; n.-..M 1r1 r,. ,tI : . I I '. -, M I I. M \l1;i S na y. g,
ta .By T ':- ~t. d ,':" l'c| ,t hTi kCt .\tcnt. l ty ticket \gcnt. -net iL
- .of ,. T. F" ,I11 11r'. -. 1k .\ "lan la. r a. F the h,
M ar .ti < t.. ',4ti the *I1.
1.4 T i-,trunk. C!.-rk Circuit
,. 'r',.-* v," ,'.r':fv hat th, a v n 'r' *''o tt
and .,.rr,--. .n,-nn .f '.hi 'eo>llect.,r' r .it
'st Al thMar:-. otir y t anl t %uh 'cl.. *u*** *** .
I-i-tr.h'r". a- th.- -.atil apie ar. upn iite 'VkV 0 V *| ,.t*r
*-"a my tb j
t\.' ,.rv han ,l a:;.l i oa.i; :< : ( thi ro h
'-Ea :..1S- A0 AIk &u s ut A Kr


*Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Plte u ,'l,'m,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, r.i ,..
Philadelphia. New York. < *,


I F Seaboard Express, ,"
0 0 the *-I.
L *Seaboard Mail. .
Often lead topo Th
erty. No real UeT .,
her heart for the ,r I
luxuries of life. t ;.,li
But mainv a woman who ladly faced
rBervuth m nwoansw:v, lmaydl fwell ONLY LINE OPERATING *
oubt her wisdom when in beoe Dally Throuh Sleepers from J. .
the mate of poverty Ifshe were rich, DallyThrough Sleepers from JacKson-

she thinks, she could ind a way of cure.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
within the reach of every one. It lifts
the burden of pain which weighs down
those who suffer from womanly diseases.
It establishes regularity, dries weaken-
ing drains, heals inflammation and ul-
ceration and cures female weakness.
*You lrive mv heartfelt thanks for yo-r kind
advice tu me." write Mr-. (Geo Fletcher, of ic
Vic'tlria Avenue. Galt. Ontario. "Was troubled
. with itatarrh of utern. tfor over a year. The
dot,,rs "i, I wott haIve to gro thro gcah an nt.

eration tilu I c'In nance l to use Dr. Pierce a
Favorite l'rrcr)cn>tian nands olden Medical Dii.
cover also hie Lotion Tablet' and 'Antiseptk
and healing Suppsilttories.' Now I am conm-
pletely .uf-,Il. after using six bottles of Dr
Pierce's meTd .n nes. I am glad to say his media
cine haq made ine a new woman."
Weak and sick women, especially those
suffering from diseases of long standing,
are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by let-
ter, free. All correspondence is held
as strictly private and sacredly confi.
dentiAl. Alddlress Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are emy
and pleasant to take. A most effective


June 27-28 Via the Atlantic Coast Line
Tilw .1At illti' c'o, st'- \\ill s'.ll
Ti. k-ts I's f :ill points in F"lorida i on its
ln,- > V. ,llost.t. i'Thol ntasvill.,. l'.,stton,
l:.iilm ri l'-'.. .lh 11y. Tifton. ;;., M t i. Ill :i i l 5 '!i: tt m l s 'ci' s- '. l-'l:a., ;an l
[' i! n :tit \*" l \ r\\ iit-s. "'itk .ts w ill
I.. .11 i '.' :ill r,-giil:ar trains osf Junoe
"-7 I; l : r !Iii tn iins oif June ia liin-
it.-.l to r.-turn until Tu.siy. July .,.
.\A ; >-x,-ll.- lt iq,-,o tunity to visit the
:l>.\ ." 1ints :it S111:,ll .4,st. 'l .r fur-

s.-*, ti,-kt ;agent.s. or
hit', I). P. A.. Tiampla.



I trlpt.-&:Iakin N nf 1-1-A rs'm..lte. vh ~h fa,''"
at lat't M. ti Was- a fill! '.1 isnlir.,.4 a, I L' .
h.' al".:1. 6: C a (a~s a' t'Ii.,y .1 '
M.ini b t t:' ,4, is.. s I'm AT,! 'I '~ar-
t-,n T.'L% fr:'n .14. 1 fs-i fins' A t,prI r-nv..rits
a. q- :. l.cto hVI A tas Ck&iaLc ,p r"~. '.taluiru
'r- .Witten. -.6 1:.=St., Newark N.J.
Best ro
The bowei


P!esasnt Palatab'e. Potent TasteGno-.'d DoGrld.
Nev-r si i-o. Wkon ,,r *iragw. 10c. r ;,A-,* N. ver
P *1 :- i - :'. Tn- '-nuin- tales -Itsan.pi f CC.
uuara.t--It to (--Tre ,r y-'ur mi *,-y ac
Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. 5

Colonist tickets to CALIFOR-
TON. IDAHO. UTAH and the

During March and April. Our
route takes you through ST.

Make your arrangements now.

N4 6.ASILA. K~,Sdftu

-- -- n S - ~ - - I Wel

v lille to New Orlean. 2 ,1 Iren. the, lightning r.- c-
0 vU. 1 or and try his save and hair cut sadyo
Wer full lmformation sad 8leeper B eervati eell o ay Agt will s ays coe. Shave. c.; hir
e eboerd, cr writut. 2'. honng razor, Sc.; cnes
razor. T.w,. All work frst clasm. M8e
A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, l ong de y.; .. chairs. Nest 4dar to
JaCkUmville, a. I Alberstine Smith. on West Droadway.
S 8. C. BOYLSTJN, JR., Painager Amt. JacksonvtlU Pla. O Mentin. the hustling gre-er. m
e************ e ee******e* enld hi business and is redy
supply the public' In choice groIerlek
.. ........ _-- \vec-e.-taiil|-, cool drinks, confe -thli nry,
Set. l-'re- delivery wagon. Tour or-
da t C oter. .shicited. Iron building South
Florida East Coast Ry. Main treeL

LOCAL TIMECARDNo.56. In Eftect June 4,1904. ai,. .,'" o",,, : ou ,,. -.....e
wUT in Sew. 'II-M_--s ggamm-mp. a j i night :,, res-eivo- their commlilosoa -
... s a a itain tansl m,-mnbrsq of tclubs for the
SA &l I STIOS. lly .y. great filanclal calnlpign.
iaily. 1SDawI Ily. I Daily.
p T a Lv ....... ............... J- ahm eavlio ............ Ar, b r s t ?np "*':all at Barco'as stall. No 7. far
P 59S ....................S. fsa "snvli. .... ....... ...Li upchoice- Florida beef. Choie round, 12
iT ........................... I... ........ c nts p r pound: loin. 12 rests;
1 -- ------- r nshouletr hatmk. 10 cents: perk help4 1s
1r .r.. ....... ............ .... ... ........ ..... .... cnts: l-rk ham. 15 c entle. re
4 2a ..................... ..D k ........... ....... .... Ar0 1 P t i -
a. P a. Ill ,U pLT .......................... P aka., ............. .... ...L v, -- -- 3 U 'ht. rstea .lI0 a n,, pork'l UM 2-

p JA .Lv ........................ Imoad............ I.. .. r ota fnthsr p tura. y. fell of1 and was,- ;kuage and vegetables. fresh a-
$ p pLAr .... ... ............... a. .ytea..... ........... .... Ov s 1f

P p _pl .......... ... ....... .r p t..........s. ........... ..... I X 5 r b th e hr w kls. he died &s ortol
p_ P .............................. o gas P'father Saturday. fell off and was run
.p ............ ......... :.- or% as.................. .... 4 6& oer by the who-elm. IShe died shortly
l .... .....s........;..... J I ........... ... .. . aft-r.arl s and, was buried yesterday
86p .3p. ................ lle....... ......... .............. U p at the .M lve-r ce-metery.
S pp 3 p ......... .............. .... ..... ........ .. ........ s1 2 a1 U U p
t. p opo ........... ............. lolt ............... ..... ..... ... a UITp I tts 1'i5x.14 in Benton'n subdlvisda .
1 16 a 4 r p ...... ..... .. ...... boule ........... ......... .. ... 1 1 i Fin Zt g-: ati n in town. Price re-
12 Sg ai I p! ........ ..... ............ Melbl urne ...... ...................... 1 48 11 l I
108 I t:. o .. ......................... .st.. ......ea an ...................... IS la It I0a iIuk -". to o$24ms to $3.3,,. They go In a
0 L to 0 p ............ ............. t. Lau ile............................ 12 a N uba
I 1al pl .................... ....t. Pleree................ .............. p 10 l a 'hurry. *'a.ll on Ditto, Merchants'block,
Sa; .1 .. ..........Tibbals.................... .... . ............ -o p
s Sp .......................... ...... ................. a. Fla.
47 : .'......... ............Je se .............. ...... *Fine roe shad every other day -a
8 76 p ................ ...... W t J t r ...... t....... .............. 1 a.
I 7 4p; .....................e.....W Pal nd. .... ........ ........ la Tom kins' st:-r all. No. i from. t ma ret
4530 I; .............. .......... .. Bo ynton .............................'.. 1 ,406 1o th4, V',Fral'. .'.,r at St. Louli wLl
6 a : Opl............................W. J r .... ........................ a UIa
5 p ;................... d aerdae. ........ .............. s l from ,,r. lorrut 23.
ia I p ........ ........ ......... alladale ........... ..... ...... e rl s F ir at st. L s w
St a Up ... ......l.s.. ..... .....sses OW ......... Ta p a *Call at the Mack House fr ocr .
S pAr......................... ... L lp .a fortable lodgingad boar at r* ,
u - m. -. ble rates. West Broadway.
SANFORD BRANOE. ORANOX CITY A C. Eon't f,,rgt-t the oda fount at the
.1I ?rsT esX. I *l5. T IlS. I? foe.y2 &. N!-w Drugstore,. 4''o,lI drinks at rea-
Daily J] Daily, Doitly Desti aly ;ati
... I sonablpe r tos.
T 06aLv......... Titusville .........Ar UI a 10p| 10 0 Lv Ismyrsa ..Art iW, p6
Sal.v ......... O(tesni........... Ar 11 f' 411tS laS Lv Iake kl .A i goA| Ilee cream of all flavors every day
8 iAr L ..... a storpris .........Ar I Ita; lpil1Lv Or. yC L Ar p at Tompkins and Brooks Ice cream
limb NHIr *i, is. f- -. S ti I garden. (o and enjoy yourself.
Daal DlDaily I yATyoDT aail WI jFOR RENT-Three 2-room bouseW.
ounday, Uy S e elly Daily Dally D lly two 3-room hoW- -:t; one 4-room Ibose:
one 5-room house. J. Starr Sternber-
6 go8 100 1* 9W&LvJ'ehm v' r Ta S o ea 80
*U I I p a J3sp r Ida4 aa Sa *as a n g *U Ker.
x i I 1 I p1 SSlA dA S Sa b I a .all at H,,ftln.l's grov..-ry for beef,
i 80p0 Sp I0p 1 kAr Mayprt L e$ T. fish, Krsw.-riwe. -et., on Tocber
ill'.*l at Mrs. W. P. Willoughby's far
*L0S6 CONmECTION OASE AT MANME WITH StIA11IP 1 TU1I P.A0.L a OMPANT PM lr-.esmin;aking. All orders ailed with
HAVANA AND KEY WEST h an.r nealne. West
The.. TT4blt show .he titsme at wieb garaos amay be ez oamd arrive. a& 4 | *Kt--p In memory that the Mack
froa the several stations. but: leir arrival or deprasse at the mes eased t o ists a. l,,. furi.ish-. meals at the followlg
or does the Coapay hold ite;f responsible tsr ay delay or any eo9neqnene ruling there. unrifrm-s meols at tro lown
trom. hourw. frs,m 7 to S. from I- to 1, and 7
-1 - .too1.

For UCpy of Do LOCAL TRUE CIAAD Or othfeL &@Dvma..s
L. D. KNIINZR, Asst. Goat. Pams.AgmLe &T. AUGUITIWR, FZA.




S -Mr.,.-ratr th- savannah and Co-
lunit,.: .-x. uriuon *v,-r the S. A. L. Os
July II .-tr v-rytbaiy take advantage at
tih)i grr.r'l oppVortunity.
I*Fr '.mfortabl- l lging at rtea-m-
:il- r a-t,- all at R. J. Nelton's. Morth
M;r.l.a- St. Everything kept il es-
-ll-nt or,,-r.
IRv. J. L. J.,k-,n of Texas. a traru-
.'-- .. h-- -'<,ri!. s,-nf-r-n-e. pr se lh
.,,. s-rrn'n ,t Mt. Zion A. M. I.
:r. .t'ir 1 y t night.
*Fresh water bream and treat, a-
-'ater trout, sheephea'l and boa. &Am
s;tdt (ur",l mullet and fresh esd Ia
Jake- Thomas. market.
Pr.of. J. A. ',owan of Howard Ace4-
-,ny. i-ft the city on Saturday I .
Thus i.1 or.. tim- the editor ha baM

were paintully abrb"ed memseW
when we reacherbd the c a-I
of the brutal murdo of er
and brother. W. J. met. wfist
ltly deplured by the es Ut*
4bsreal citlans 09 the city. Tte
Tried Into ehtrrityr in wh ab-
manner. without a ma '-
in. is dreadful. and we am gfae So
that efforts are being put t
r uffkrs oir sthe lawt oe e n@w
r.ttor of the 'led. Tb. Aftw-
rgejly attmRedJAt 41 I *'lbft e m
ng .4t Mt. Murta bsh a aptw i
ted by Dr. D. H I M nw a"id m-
* moaiteoro The Mamamir be r-
re re.l by the torain I'i t m i C'
.an'I. -norwterd the remhma bft
use to the a berh and tbure to
I r-metery. where they l wee 4-
A by loting and tenosr hbaa -o
the Judgment nmortwnl H. hibve
ar mf. four daughter a
r ant las 4m% relatlvse ae
turn his untimrly deah. "-W
r judfW of .ill the earth tdo rigM."
I z.i- M1t. hell. the daughter f
.,*s- .Anierorm. lied at t Pl tI
. hure-h om TT -r HeIM **
.-he .&trOWr ASa* w1t o444
.hers. attricken by the hend f
a hile goni *he caught hld M
r n-.i.r by) .an.I in a few il
Ski .irl in .i sr.ming pM wlA
It %.ts not kn.,,o i that1 s 1W e
until quite while. eferyoe
ia that she as un.lOer lhe ha*e
ii, tion. but.' *she was h#.
.t-i hur,-.-t >.-trqa .1 sietit-ry. Tbhe bereaved has
iir-.athy sit the Atar.
*;lossr:mus I"Furth is apprehbig
y,-r i, .ala.n ih laain ig early to- finw. Extenitve propern-
r,- I.tlIg nar.le to mnake It a reat
Th.- ailli .re ,,ul. A.I the pro-
% ilI s- fine. Ex'urot fo omm aMN

Summer at

Hot Sprinl

For those who go to lHst Springs. Arkansas, for the
ben-fit of health, the summint-r is really the lwbst
time. Her fortuin:tte lh-wation. high up in the fsoot-
hills ,of the Ozark mountains insures ;L cool andl le-
lightful climate. andi lhysi'ians :are untitol in t he
opinion that the wa ters are more beneficial dur-ing
the summer season.

One Fare Plus $2.1

For the round trip through
WVITE I-'OR lh oKI..T;
Gl.n. lass. Agt.. Dist. P.ass.
I.ittle' o.k, Ark.. Atlaltit


First class excursion rates to St. Louis

and Return:

$45.55. final return limit. Dec 15


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Rock Island


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