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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 23, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03536
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA


EVENING


STAR1


Velme JO, Nomber 7 OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1904 Pfty Cts a Meo, S5 a Ye

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Ninal Tapocae ~

Dkd Saed
Naptha soap
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Royal Q


Ow "sEse aI" Tolet Soap


WORLD'S PEACE CONGRESS

. Is Now in Session in England-it Can
Not Complain of Not Having
Plenty to Do.
l Ailon. Jun.- 23.- The lnt*-rn;ation:;l
P.*i.*- 4'riitagr-ss le-g*an its .essiitis y -e -
t,-r'lay with an; l ;tt-n-lanv'*- lpr.s'-nt-
inig rainy parts of th- 'iviliz*.l worl.l.


A ili-.gatiin th.* An-ii-
.dl a 't' So ieiity. h-le to ir. J-,sj -
,sh Struing 4of N'-w York. is pno..-m.nt.


at 3hr 25 cents fs the best The. Manr Crak.
"A man may be quite rational and
be aIn SAP. I lessonable in all ordinary affairs and
yet be quite daffy on the subject of
qVO AND TEAS ors.-" sad the barber. *I have ou.
customer, for instance, who keeps six
0 S aty &razors here- 4ne- for every day in the
week that a man Is sull-,se.l to get
AT THE shaved-and pays me to hone them ev-
Sa try week. Some mornings I have to
try them all on him before he stops
lgrumbling and even then nmay have
to use one of my own razors. At oth-
times he will order me to use the
Ssme razor for a week or two. I can't
A FL"or t fool him by changing it either.
S WATC-ES "Another customer who comes in on-
ly for an occasional shave talked to
B" me for six months about the fine razor
R PA S hbe had at home. I told him that as
_40 TO-I we seemed to have none In the shop to
suit him I should Ie obliged If he
F. 0. B-. W 5 i H S would bring it around for me to look
G Bei atL He did. Well. sir. It was a meat
Ti Jewder, ax. I would as soon think of shaving
-- -- man with a carving knife. But I
shaved him with It. and he never peep- I
STRGRAPHM i e&d."-New York Press.
AND
AM* "or an d y" and *"y thie aye."
1P1rM Johnson's definition of "by and by."
mow generally written "by and bye."
MISS B. N. SINCLAIR e "'In a short time." corresponding to
the French tout a I'heure. and Shake-
Private office In Commercial Bank. ispear usew it to express the immediate
T. ur work in the above lines solicited. as distinguished from the more remote
Speed and accuracy guaranteed. future:
Now a senstble man. ty and by a fool
Sand presently a beaut.-Othello.
1F181-1 mAI OYSTI RS If we knew how "tly" e'ime to be in-
I diative of the .pr '.*lnt the se onOid "by"
might be assumed to signify liyond.
I have fresh Ikottc.m Fish and "By the bye" was In Juhnson',A time
Mullet always on hand: Wed In a different. almost oloposite.
sense to that In which we now employ
Cedar Key and Crystal River It as an equivalent to the French a pro-
OYSTERS. poe. not as expreslve of something ap*-
poelte. but, on the contrary. as. accord-
EIVEI FRESI DAILY ong toJobnson something not the dl
ret and Immediate ohject- of regard."
Opened and delivered upon request In neither case Is the employment of
"by" In these two familiar expressions
SEE ME, I CAN I accounted for. Notes and queries.
FILL YOUR WANTS
The ehmmoemlm Josomemt BsDa.
uWu- Ti 'The Korau, surna 2. has this to
w.* ay concerning the general "Judgment
Cty Maeket. .day," which nearly all religions teach
In common: "When the sun shall be
folded up, and when the stars shall
a v. in li EIi ail, and when the mountain shall be
made to pass away. and when the wild
matI a bsts shall be gathered together, and
G E I. lmN when the easa shall b nill. and when
Offers his servi.-es to thle people of souls shall again be Joined to their
Ocala and vicinity for work in his line. ~dli. and when the girl who hath
Seen beured alive shall ask for what
romendations and crime she was put to death, and when
mt. then I feel c'lable to uake es- the books shall be laid open, and when
tlmatves and carry thean to a successful t heavens shall be removed, and
i ise. J. I. Williams. when hell shall burn fiercely, and when
No. 132. S. 2nd St.. Oc-ala. F-'l.i. paradise shall be brought near. then
____ s-hall every soul know what It hath
wrought."


!AD, rAI S j c...-burg Del0,.
The custom ot consecrating church
a- bells was once common to nearly all
denominatlonsa but It Is now confined
FANCY GROCERIES principally to the Roman 'athollcs.
The old form was to wash the bell with
r the finest bread, takes holy water. saoont it with oil and mark
tt with the sign of the cross and to
Fancy Groceries in the city ome ext *nt this form is still used. At
the time of the refrmuation in England
REMEMBE:R TIl. the prejudice against Roman Catholic
RY ceremonies was son strong that Instead
of being bhqleed new bells were occa-
INCH BAKERY donally turned up and filled with
HAS. Ti M punch,. which then was drunk by the
participants In the occaslon.-London
Chronicle.


Fa
and



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MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Repairing
S ^ Guansatoed
Address
sOX 41I OCALA, FLA

Oppose City Hall P. Box 374

H. R. HUNTER



TL OCGUTWIM
LOCKclSMITH


The Admtrable (richsom.
To speak of any oille as an "Admira-
ble Crichton" is to credit him with be-
ing very learned and accomplished.
since such a person lived In the six-
teenth century. His name was James
Crtchton. and he lived In Scotland from
160 to IMf. At the age of seventeen
yenrm he was the reputed tnaster of
twelve languages and had lien given
the degree of master of arts when but
fourteen because of his great learning.
la addition to his accomplishments as
a scholar he was poet. musician, sculp-
tor. artist, actor, reconteur. a good
horseman and an expert fencer.
A ta..mm'a .see r Ambtklle.
The great lArd Grey had an ambi
tion far above plolItics. He had pas.wd
the reform bill. but that did not satis-
ty his soul. There was talk of Taglio-
uL antid Greyy sald quite earnestly.
"What would 1 give to dance as well as
ahe" The statesman who had been
prime minister and had left an Indeli-
ble mark on the history of his country
was envious of an opera dancer:-Lon-
do. Chronicle.
Creel.
"But. papa." walled the young wom-
"you can have no idea how he loves
me. He la willing to die for me this
very minute."
-f 11*..t "" -, a 9 .04 ... n --l l*


We are closing out a line of


$2.50 LADIES' OXFORDS AT $150


THE SLOCUI'S VICTIMS
Eight Hundred and Fifty Bodies Re-
covered and Over Two Hundred
yet M-is
New York. June 23-Up to last night
C50 bodies of the victims of the Gen-
r-ral S.iurn disaster have been recov-
ore.l. Of this number. -2; have been


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LITTLETON FEMALE COLLEGE
This institution with a patronage of moe thea
200 pupils from live different eta tes coein am an-
of1000 miles in diameter, desires imnmeifate cove-
pondfece with any any yo un lady who wiUe to
oif to school. A postal card or letter will hag Imme-
diate reply and interwtg inbimaMton.


identified. The morgue still contains The 23rd Annual Session will begin on Wed inday,
S2 of the unidentified dead. The Sept. 14. 904. J. M RHODES, Pre.. Ld t M A
recovery of over 100 bodies was due to
OOME AND GET A PAIR BEFORE THEY ARE the use of explosives, which caused the
M orpses to rise to the surface. AfterW BOiHiBn S
several cannon shots had been fired. 16
ALL ONE fbodiie rose almost simultaneously to aW J T
ALL WGONE thq- surface In memory of the Slocum
victims. the city buildings are draped AT T l I
in mourning. Contributions to the re-
lief fund now aggregate *S0.00. I *-- .T.. r : r__ L _


W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY


i'( TEi:) 'LA.\TS I',' SA\I.E A FRIGHTENED HORSE
-- I Running like mad down the street,
A\s I shall lc a01bsnt finil the citv dumping the occupants, or a hundred
ih'is .~uilntr. I i'ler lll\ ;plalt f'r other accidents are everyday occur-
..alu" at lu th 'ot >if the ; *p .ts. '1li1erces. It behooves everybody to have
Il'aint are t"ile. Fir!t t.i tomi \\ill a reliable Salve handy and there's none
-"1t th-. pick. Mis. E. L. t-.l.ling. just as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Snort h -.f th- w.itlr tou-r,'. **Ial;a. ilurns, CutS, Sores, Eczema, Piles dis-
-- appear quickly under its soothing ef-
-Al.\ )M( ll)iLK Fi(' feet. 25e., at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store.
I he niachiin.. can e sn at -------
Sta'illcv & Gs. livcrv sta'.lc.. A.- TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
Il,'-ai, ip\. Fl[a. "human body by surgery. Organs are
S--taken out and scraped and polished and
IKEi-i' \( 'R I. :put back. or they may be removed en-
'ia and l. .i fui. tirelyv bnmes are spliced; pipes take
t re italvi s. f r the .,-a,li of irollI-the place of diseased sections of veins:
thre Iill stake 'I at prices, uil, ,i ns. bruises and like Injur-
io s before inflammation sets in. which
a < uses them to heal without maturation
I'f KAl k 11.S I.\ .\ A. (' aI.. nd in one-third the time required by
l't R ( ) T11I ( I I'l.'" th.* .oll treatment. Chamberlain's Pain
-ilm acts oin this same principle. It
The \ Atlantic (' oat I.il \vill :-cjll isn antiseptic and when applied to
ticki'ts itl Inlk 2. 3 ati'l witll re- !such minrie ciuses them to heal very
turn liuinit 1ul 8. I 04. too all ixilnts juiickly. It also allays the pain and
ill th the trrito *r ithif (t tilt )hii, 'r"-'s. Ki-e a bottle of Pain Balm
a tilhl I' tloiac allnl 'ast ,f tilt ji_- in mtur home and it will save you time
?,i-ilppi rivers., incltiing, St. l.,,is. ,nl money. not, to. mention the incon-
Iii.. at rate fii one ami inc-trhiri v nie-it.wi- and suffering which such in-
tirt cla fares fir tilhe runul trip. juries entaiil. For sale by all druggists.



LU MBER


ROUGHER DRESSED

See or PiMone

B. H. SEYTVMOUR


PHONE NO. 25.


Ocala, Fla,


SCommercial Bank ;

BRANCH OF
a COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE


CAPITAL


- s50.OO.0


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS
RECEiVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE SOUGHT
AND SOLD


J. M. MEFFERT.


J. H. TAYLOR.


Ocala Ice& Packing Co

Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
ing plant in this section, and as a result, are
turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.
WPALoC0e Wo. 84.

WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS


Special Sale


of Sewing Machines
We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-semeo
out little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmer and all worn parts re-
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
and tried, if desired.
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from 94 to $12,
and each is a bargain at the price.
Wea e. n.t.* fort *1he *lh.Ak "U_. *,o&14n nA L..I-I& -_ *Afl


ABILITY TO DRINK MILK.
SIo a a Test of Perfeet Di3as*tlo Is
.early All Cases.
Milk Is known to lbe one of the few
complete fotds. It contains the borne.


muscle and fat producing elenmeat
and sustatus the heat of the body.
The milk of different chlasse of ant.
mals (imaanmUalsS varies to composition
to suit the different requirements thus
mare's milk is richer In sugar, but
lacking In protein compared with
cow's milk.
Another fact of Interest connected
with milk is found in the difficulty
with which some persons digest plain
milk. It Is safe to say that should
any organ. secretion or digestive Jukle
fall to perform Its free duty the mMk
consumed will not be properly digest-
ed. The reason for this Is simple
Milk conta ins such a variety of com-
pounds that all portions of the diges
tire system are called Into activity for
the dirstlion of these varied elements
The gastric Juk-e attac-ks the cheesy
matter; the pancreatic anud Intestinal
Juices digest the sugars and fats. This
takes the milk through the stomach.
the small Intestines Into the large In
testine. The lower Intestine dilgests-
wood fiber also. This alone of all the
forms of food nutrients Is not found ain
milk. Because of the facts above stat
ed the ability to drink milk Ls a test
of perfect digestion in nearly all cases


Leuidg vv uuiesaie & Retaia Duicne1s

WESTERN CHOICE FLORIMMATS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEOETAMLES IM S A


FREE DELIVERY


I :WM I m uuunu ,


in the flower.
stay with


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


I UNIROE & O lABLISS, BI K,
OCALA, FLIM
*- m


SEASIDE NN AND COTT


'AaFl


Leading Hoteld and Pleaume Resort the East Cet d
Florida

EVERYTHING MODERN
Homelike and Comfortable.
!! 1 I- -- ..- r


Am Eeeemtrle thep. iloiel Directly on the Atlantic Loast.
Bishop Wilson of 'ualcutta ad as Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
housekeeper a venerable lady who re
membered the duel between i8r Philip $2 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
Francis and Warren Hastings on Aug A --
17. 17). ()n entering the cathedral on Add HORACE F. S EWART
a unday morning. fully robed, law GOODALL, -
sleeves and all. a2d passing the pew : -O AJ a
where the old lady sat, he would pause
and give her the "kiss of Veace" before
all the congregation. and this although'
he had met her at breakfast.
His sewrons, too., were racy. Preach
lug against dishonesty, especially in --.---------- -< ---- .... .................. .........
horsefleshb a one of the great Englisb,
we. servants of the altar, free from isV W E s E J X
yielding to this temptation." Pointllg
to the occ-upunt of the reading desk be Has Ftins Most R aadt Lie .of -"- -
low hli: "'There 1 my dear and ven- -
erable brother, tlhe archdtieat-on, down


there. lie is an lustance of it. He
once sold me a horse. It was unsound
*I WaS 1 stranger. and lie took me ln.'"
How Eels Spewn.
Eels spawn like other fishes. For
long, however, the most remarkable,
theories were held as to their birth.
One of the old beliefs was that they
sprang from mud. A rival theory held
that young eels developed fram frag
ments separated from their parents'
bodies by the rubbing against rocks.
One old author not only declared that
they came from May dew, but gave the
following recipe for producing then:
"Cut up two turfs. covered with May
Sdew and lay them one upon the other.
the gras-y sides Inward, and then ex-
*pose them to the heat of the sun. lu a
Sfew hours there will spring from them
I an infinite quantity of eels."
Two Dlseremlly Tra. *me retiree'
The development of names under the
Influence of foreign environment Is
* shown In the experience of a lawyer
who was endeavorfng to locate the
bheirs of a ;eruan family named
Kline. who had been over here scarce-
ly more than a generation. Two broth
ers were supposed to tbe the sole de-
Scendants. and he finally found one In
San Francisco under the name of Lit-
tie and the other In Boston known as
Mr. Small.-Boston Record.
Tal Watehlifsl Oa.
"Now. Thomas." said a certalt Mab-
ap after taktag hi servant to task
0me morning. "who Is tt that oees all
we do and hears all we may and knows
all we think and who regards even me
nla my bishop's robes as buat a vile
worm of the dust?"
And Thomas replied, "The al ae
r."-Loadon Globe.
One secret act of self de"al, "M 4Sao
rtnie of InclInatoa to duty. Is wano
all the mere good thightn. wera feel-
I Sa pamloate mrests. ta wMib
some people lndulge tkhmmeave-De-
raoit News-Tribune.


REVOLUTION IMMINENT
A sure sign of approaching revolt anrA
-erious trouble n your system is ner-
v-iusness. sleeplessnetso or stomach up-


Her styles lead the world of fashion, ano always will be found
there the most exqusite production of modern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS CREATI(S
An EaJuitfve and Beautid Law. of DNm Hat. Alway
t Stockd
A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.



Am E. BURNETT

THE JEWEL R

"INE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVU

JEWELRY

AND

OPTIC L GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Muchn Block.


OCALA


wORIus


FIARMA


FMIlAMS


From Jacksonville


140.65

533.90


M.-u'r- tImp 'in -a. -iag.


:y4.* e,.,A sSyday'9


127.50

520.95


&5"sad Tu1 i ago Do&
ly. 6.,eed f1=0 or&

Dsmad I& o"we
days. Om sk? sa
Tbuupsdam Jae.inm
(only tlcaeoeheu


Sou thet Rilway
World's Fair Rook, St. Loft
Either through .Ati.ar.ta and Chattaxio,,ra or Columbia *4 Asbnrft


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Th~ OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1SO4~


"TIE MKSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGNT"


"EAGLE BRAND"


DAINTY


UN DE RWEA


H. B. MASTERS,

SSOLE MENT-.


OCLu FL rR .


EVENING STAR

C. L. ITTINGER A CO.

C. L. BittingW and R. R. Carroll
Proprietors and Publishers

C. L. ITTINGER,
E aM Wd Gnmmeral Managr.

It. R. CARROLL,
City Editor ad siss Manager

THE SAND OF MERCY FESTIVAL

Mlss Emily Tatham's melon fete was
an Unique affair. and made the rectory
yesterday afternoon. Inside and out.
look as though the white winged fairies
had taken possession of the lovely
ground.
Miss Tatham was ably assisted by
Mrs. Henry W. Uttle and her charm-
Ing daughter, Miss Mary. who made all
feel at home.
Tables were placed on the lawn and
on them the cool melons were placed
tr dissection.
The demonstrators of waternielion
anatomy were 4'. L. Bittinger. It. A.
Weathers and H. A. Daniels. habitedl
is the white aprons and caps of chefs.
The following lovely maids of honor
served the succulent vegetable: Miss-
es Georgia Smith. Emily Ford. Meta
Jewett. Esther Weathers. Miriam Pas-
te r and Mary Little. They saw that
noe thirsted for the Juicy fruit. Little
Mtises Dorothy Schrelber and Chris-
tiUe Little served as under maids andl
did their part admirably.
The chefs were ably assisted by
Brantley Weathers. Donald Schreilber.
Belvia and Victor Uttle.
MrL. Charles Tydings |presided over
the lemonade bowl. which, with cake.
measured up the feast to its full.
A une watermelon was offered to the,
ene who would name the belle of O'alta.
Mias Georgia Smith registered the.
guesses. and Paul Weathers wont the
prize by guessing the dinner 6Iell.
Bittinger was honored with the title
of "Chief t'hef." Mr. Weathers., is
Spare Ribs." and Dr. Daniels. "Mid-
get," but it was plain to see the "chief"
was not in it in dexterity with his sci-
entific assistants.
The young folks had a glorious time
and made every minute count. at.I
the old folks were very little behind.
The proceeds of the afternoon will
be Used in furthering the work and or-
ganalation of the ILiand of Menrcy.
The guest of honor was Mrs. McIan-:i
of lwestburg. who is a xa"lued pers.,nal
friend of Miss Tatham.
Mim Tatham is to be congra:tulate-l
on the success that attenndel her novli
entertainment and the good seed sh.'
to sowing in the minds and hearts otf
the young people.
The playing on the plianio y Mrs.
George Pasteur was greatly enj.jy.',l.

Mr. "BiliKe" Blitch. living ..st .f
Blitchton. was in the city yesterday .ar-
ranging to exhibit in Ocala July hia
daughter. Alice. whose phenomenal
avoirdupois has mfade her an ,.bj.- t of
interest. She is scarcely seventeetin
years old. but weighs 4:,,l pounds.

To read ex-Secretary of W.ar ,litu:
IRoot's speech before the re'pubtlicin
convention held in Chic;go this week.
a novice would infer that the republi-
can party was the whole push in these
united States,. and its wisdom ua.ip-
proachable. Democracy is referred t,'
as the enfeebled. Elthu and hius lirty
may sing another somg after the set inl
Tuesday in Novemtber.

FEEL IMPENDING DOOM


The feeling of impending doom in the
aIads of many victims of Bright's dis-'
eae and diabetes has been changed to
thLakfulness by the benefits derived
frtn taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It
will cure Incipient Bright's disease and,
diabetes and even in the worst cases


SPECIAL NOTICE
The next visit to <4'Oala of Dr.
Alien. the -ye, ear. nose and tI
surgeon of Tampa, will be Thur
July I-'. at the Montezuma hotel.

A GOOD TEAM FOR SALLe
My driving ponies. Kitty and H
These ponies are well bred. being a
three-fourths Wilkes and one-fo
HIamiltonian; can go a mile in
minutes: are very kind and gentle
be handled by ladies or children.
are well matched In color, size
gait; are four years old. Price, $5
B. H. Seymo

R. D. FULLER,

DENTIST*
Office Over Munroe & Chamn
Bank. Ocala. Florida.

J. E. CHANCE,

DENTAL SURGE(
Offoce Uostairs Commercial
Building, Ocala. Florida.
TERMS CASH


W. H. MAREAN, M.

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
SURGEON
Special attention given to the t
ment of Chronic Diseases and
eases of Women and Children.
Ocala, Fla.
Office ever Tidings' Drugstore.
fce hours from 8 a. m., to 12
from 2 p. m. to 6 p. n..
Residence--No. SO N. Main St.. k
a the Nash cottawa.


THE






OPERATES

Dile lailyTrail
Caryln Pllm Slewer, Cafe
Cars (a ls fte) and Chair
arn (seats tfr).
Electric Lighted Througho
BETWEEN
himitm, Me~l -isnd KanienmC
ANO TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, Okaismina i I1MlTuNrTwii
ANO THE
F West wd NerweML
TMNI SLEEM C SEUICE FoM 1
SNTIEAST TO ENIPHiS MA
K[SAS CITY.

UI-WAT ROUNMO TRIP
enslonm t itta Iret A tlaSmt. Ga, i
Irmolucam, Ala., t OIstin I
bethewet eesale frlt and third
Toesdas of each msath.
Descriptive ::eratu-e. tickets arranI
a-d through reservmens mas.e upon ap
cation to
F. C. CLARK. TRae. Pass-' AcT..
ATLANTA. Q
S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGEN
ATLANTA.GA.


SPRING PARK

The backbone of the drouth is brok-
e-n and we are having copious showers i
every day.
Hon. J. C. French. wife and Mrs. M.
E. Sears started for their huome at Wor-
este*r. Mass., the 20 th inst. They wili
go by rail andl stop at diffe-rnt points
along the route. Mr. an'l Mrs. Fr'-nh
will visit their daughter and family in
New York City and their sisters in New
Lon.don and Putnam 'onn., and will
not reach nome until the Ildllle of
July.
Mr. J. C. Howt-ll of Anthony hi.s torn
down the I.. V. I. s. building. which he
purchased of the society last spring


CAPITAL, -


R. S. Hall,


R L. Anderon


and has remove-d the lumber to Antho- I I
ny. where he will erect and use the tW S a Goage
building for social gatherings. etc. We
hope as much pleasure will be derived I
I President:
from its use in its new location as was\
given to us in bygone days in old UHic K I A. FORD
R Spring Park.
.Mrs. T. 4'. Thomson of Ocala visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. James. OKLAWAHA
for a few days last week.
(G-orge Marsh has removed his fam- We- ha.ld uite a rain storm here Sat- .
ily to 4O cala. but he and his son. Tom- urlay afternoon. A great many trees ... -
inii-. still remain here, cutting wood for ianl sonme- small houses were blown
the rack. down. and the orange crop was injured.
The turpentine company has built a Mr. John Dixon and granddaughter
large barn not far from the distillery. are visiting relatives at Montbrook.
Mrs. A. M. James and your corres- .Miss M.ary Marshall and little broth-
pomndent both suffered from accidents ,r spent Saturdlay night andtk Sunday
about two weeks ago by falling from with .Ms. Tennite at Stanton.
the steps leading from the piazza to Mr. Tow nsenil and Miss Hicks. from
T. the ground, lIoth were severely in- the O xf'ordi s ctioai. were in our town
hroat jured but no bones broken. The writ- Sunday.
da. er started to go down the steps aon the Mis. G;ranthamn of Fort McCoy is vis-
east side of the piazza at the home of iting her son. J. I. -;rantham. at this
J. 0'. French the evening of the 4th plac,-.
inst. holding up an umnlrella with one Mrs. Rli.ert Marshall and daughter.
hand and her skirts with the other, as Miss Mattie. will lea:lve ini a few days
battle.
it was raining hard. When one step f,,r St. Augustine- toA sIpend the summer
aout % was taken and ealdy to reach the next \ ith relative-s.
fotu her foot slipped and she was pitched Mr. Iauncan I ykes and bride came
headlong into the darkness to the iliiwn from Ocala Sunday and spent a
Thcan board walk below, striking with great few diays with Mr. Dykes' sister. Mrs.
nThe force and bruising her left shin in sev- T. '. Smythe.
an0 ral places against the edge of the Mr. N. L. Fort is visiting relatives KNIGHT TEMPLARS-
0 steps. The accident to Mrs. James oc- at Ms.S fuff. ODD FELLOW$
3ur. curred two days later. While-she was Miss Nannie- Mi';ahagin. who has
ascending the steps at her own home.n b,-en visiting her sister. Mrs. Moon. at The Last Opportunity of the Year to
with a few sticks of wood in her arms. Dunne.llon. has returned home. Visit California
she fell backward and whirled around Mr. ( sar lHairrell joined the carpen- Beginning August 15, and continuing
in some way. hitting against :a ladler te, s g ing and left a few days ago for daily to September 9. round trip tickets
and injuring her shoulder severely, be. Trilbly. will be sold on account of the above
bliss sides cutting a gash in her left limb Miss Maggie Parker of Arcadia is conventions from all points in the
above the knee. and bruising it also. p. ,-nling a few days with her grand- Southeast to either Los Angeles or
Both accidents were bad enough, and n,,ither a:t .M;ss mluff. San Francisco at extremely low rates.
gave the victims a good shaking up. but Mrs. John Driggers and children are with final return limit October 23.
they are thankful they w.re no worse*. visiting the foIrmne-r's husband at Howl- Tickets will permit of ten days stop
ON and are glad to be able to hobble about ig n. over at St. Louis and allow holder the
n again after being laid pl, for re-paish' Mis. 4". BIarry of fWeirs.dale visited privilege of going one route and re-
fer soie time. Miss .Matti- M.t shall one day lost turning another without additional
wvek. cost, except that tickets returning via
WM. ANDERSON I Mr. T. '. Sinythe is now occupying Portland, an additional charge of $11
Asks the readers of this paper to test the- ne-w s-ection house and .Mr. William will be made.
the value of Kodol Dyslpepsla Cure. I 'abllell the- old one. The Frisco-Rock Island Systems of-1
D. Those persons who have used it and 1 .1r. Morrison sliileI.l a carload of fer excellent routes in either direction.
AND who have been cured by it. do not hes- watermelons last week. Write for rates, descriptive literature I
itate to recommend it to their friends. Jake l;Ia.k and family of C'rystal and full information and let us plan I
Kodol digests what you eat, cures indi- River ari visiting at this lacee, your trip. S. L. Parrott,
Dis- gestion, dyspepsila and all stomach Wrande.r w heni the wed,'ling is to be. -. --
troubles. It increases strength by en- Ask Levi -,ir thli. little girl upon the ACUTE RHEUMATISM
abling the stomach and digestive or- k.. Deep. tearing or reaching pans, c-
gans to contribute to the blo all of --. .
Of. casiioned by getting wet through: worse
the nutriment containel in th? food. SMOKING IN Ad by gettingwt throws
.Kodol Vspepsi. Cure is pleasant and POWDER MAGAZINE when at rest, or or first moving the
limbs, or in cold or damp weather, is;
nown palatable. Is courting death more suddenly but quickly cured by Ballard's Snow Lini-I
-- ....o not mort surely than neglecting kid- merit. Osc.ar tleson. (ibson City. Ill..
BLITCHTON ..y dis,,,rdrs. Foley's Kidney Cure will writes, February 16, 1. 9: "A year ago
riaprs are grow ilg ni-.i-ly. c.,nside-riig re a slight disorder in a few days. i was troubled with a pain in my back.
th"e dry .eatlh-.r t. w. l.v. had. anl its ,iontinUt'd use will cure the most It soon got so bad I could not bend i
.Mrs. J. l..h is olf M.iontiroo.k spent their obstIlinate cases. It has cured many over. One bottle of Ballard's Snow
past week -with her naitlher. Mrs. W\il- ,people ,of Brlight's disease and diabetes I.iniient cured me." 2.5c., 50c. and $1.,
"in. of lrlitchti.n. who were thought to be incurable. If old by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Mr. \'illi.- Mallow if thii- 1l."ii is you have kidney or bladder trouble.
attetnding lthe iinin:l ;it I rn. e commence taking Foley's Kidney Cure A STRONG HEART
Spinrilgs. today., before itis too late. Sold by A
Is assured by perfect digestion. Indi-
.Mrs. Frank ',,ll.ey tf W'il.ey hs ti..en the Postoffice Drugstore.
spe-nding a \il- ith Mrs. E.. l ir gestion swells the stomach and puffs
Is sp ndi a w tulp w ith Mas. h. \\t hc-; s- -
at this place. EXCURSION TO SOUTH GEORGIA it up against the heart. This causes
shortness of breath, palpitation of the:
There. was a Ib.x suipp.-r giv'-n :it AND WEST FLORIDA POINTS hertn a
M. . i r. t heart, and general weakness. Kodol
Mrs. S. T. IBrownIs Frilday night for the ---
'l_spei"sia Cure cures indigestion, re-
Ut b.-nefit of the ,'hristian c.hurch. June 27-28 Via the Atlantic Coast Line sea ure cure inigeton, r-
.Brother Mirrispre;i0lI %.*-V Tt-e-r-- Atcintic (iast Line will lives the stomach, takes the strain:
'th.r ,r iand "'t- Atalt (,ast Line will sdsl off the heart and restores it to a fu'l
y testing sermons Sunday ,rning tik-ts frimn .iall paints in Florida on its performance of its function naturally.
S'*ce nii, line- to Vald.Ist:. Thomasville, Boston. Kodol increases the strength by enab-
Mr. i. i ,I it.h hs s ;iii ,.ilr. Albl.iny. Tifton, 4;a.. Mon- ling the stomach and digestive organs
fIp sitiin with a'i\\ Is. !'ccw t'ird :.inii* i*i. ticlli :n iA Chattah.lp .hee. lIa.. andl
,,h,, ,"..til t 'httth,-,,'h-e. Ha.. an to digest. assimilate and appropriate
.t M..nthiook as le k. .-turn t v.'ry low rates. Ti.ckets will t the bd and tissue anll of the food
.Mr. ,'. ,'. Hill if TC .tn ,;I hs ii-,n ti. silid fii! all r,-gulir tr;uin.s if June
TiE : '' h 'c l h t .. 'ri t rc rs f June nutriment. Tones the stomach and dl-
in ht1 i' Vithr it. .i 1 ". i: ti' nr,!ing trautins l f June 2u. liny- gestive organs. Sold by Wim. Ander-
1I';. \\ '.,-,, . but is i;..\ visititm in ,I, ,]... it,., t,, r..!urn until TuesL.y. July .,. ,n"
Mr. l:r,.,ks iif this pi1. tIi.-, : 1 tril n excelei!, t opportunity to visit the
t,' ah:.. l V t'St,:.1k:>y. i.|,,,V".' ;,ini s .it .st..ll cai st. F,,r fur-I- FOR SALE
,4 Miss .*t' -. B,! i i-ki -,k l,:,the.. . t f,,', i,, 0, ti. ket agents, or
ci itinr re!.tive..s .,t Iluni .-ll,,n. w, it.- tI,, T. <*'. W hite-. I>. P. A., T:,Ira .i A w .-ll -t ish'-] niallir-ry hausi-
MNi. \V. Hi. ,l'itr .w .. lI..l,,ni.i .j i T i .la. tI,.- st.,k tnt len.s. ofi store- ;t Dun-
red **ur liu: l,. ;!ln. h'ti-ap f"r a*sh. Apply. t,, Mrs.
,-- -- -- M ie .%. B>l,,ti.k. ia,,,a;a. F!;i.
STROWN FRO AWAPearl tooth wash Is the best. We sell
THROWN FROM A WAGON .
Ga. lt. I'Postoffice Drugstore. CURES OLD SORES
Mr. Ie,.g. K. Bah,'.ck .,sS thl:,,n V ,-Weatmoreland. Kanr.. May ", 1902:
eT. f i., his wai.n .la .-t v -,i' la :uis,. Ballard Sn..w Linim-int I '.: Yi.ur Snow
-,i.!.. h..ml..i;.in s r l ; Litinient ure-d. :an old s.re i,, the sid e
,! -, ii s.iys it is th.- t,-.t ;,,;:.-.nt !..f m'y h t. that was supposed to be a
,h, ever used. Mr. |B. ':, : ,',,, T[A is :, VIi ciCtC,'^ en er. The- s..re was stubborn and
"t k... n a tiz n w.f N .: 'h r' :,. nn. T X 1sI iJ w Iul l n,.t i ,-li to treatment, until I
Th.,r.' is n,.thing .-.u.:d t a n B.'.t I m l .t ;tri'-., Sn..w Liniment. which did the
j f,.r s;,ri.ns :ani lru- ...s. It ,;!, T... t A'ILWAY ,,.-rk in shirt order. My sister. Mrs.
t ure tin ne-th::' "i t:n..> :". u:-iU ,.,;.hi. J. *'.irs n. Aliensvill Miffin


t0,%' *jfI tIl- tTt*d Ilit. ',,;ic'las t**Xbp
Sany h t t. F by u P. ., has a .re an.] mistrusts
SI ,cists. The Great Eastern th.it it is a ar-r.,-r. Please s-nd her a
Aand Western Line ",'. t, t" S4,11 by the Anti-Monop-
i.\ N t- .. y ,rugst-re.


Across the Entire States of
A RARE OPPORTUNITY

TEXA ab-st .. .Is for s'.. k farm in thA cun-


rhmmnh -Itloonire and ninina rare


* ts -f AIr. t .i,".h~-







Arlth.'!.y.


THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS


N- TL.'.-! fl-u!A-To'0 AN-%% .kri: 'E T Ito N'-


Direct Line to

NORTH TEXAS
NEW MtXICO,
A 1 7 rl ,


.-~.- *.'c--'-I '%,-,Iitir. 1.- .cdy of blarnket
g: ts. Fi. r a r;.L ,,n-1 the flnest
f-- in th- s~t i 1-,Y. I .-h-ap. Four
t~~~~~~" I:Ih~ -r: u~al~ thls (off iL,e


HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS


oid,


- $50O000.


Edwad Mferv


J1.LY,


Herbert A. FLd.


Ca.hLWetS


F. L WATWSO.


EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


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Maker. of the


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MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5c. Cigar
-o-


GRAND ROYAL


HAVANA CIGARS
In Five Sizes


-o-
CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor


Ocala. Florida.


T.W. SMITH & COMPANY



Carry a Full Line of General Hard ware, and are now open for busime
the Fishel Old Stand, West of the Squ are.
All Goods New and First Class; A gents for Patton's Sun Proof Pai~
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead. ete. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Toeb of ad
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Agateware, etc. -Seek,
and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Rangi --eom
better; Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwoeed Fencing. The Lw
est Prices Will PrevaiL
Seventeen Years' Exoerience in the Hardware Business Familr-rime la
With the Wants of the People. Your Busine s Solicited


DAM E


The Leader in Ice Cremm


WELCOMES OPPOSITION
*DEFIES COMPETITION


The- originatr of the
I '' - VELVET BRAND

jr.le Any color flavor.
Orl.rs filleI on demand in ay quemi-
tity lesired.


We A Sti HUsting.
and supplying builders with the very
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
pose. While the demands of our cus-
tomers are great we have 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-
tlons.


C. I. GRACE.




RESTAURANT-


0

0


Fist


Class


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

Delicious Hot Soup Daily

Dkng Room open 'mimW, Pmond
attention gtevn to s o -a-. At"GU
the market offen pmpnd fat t-k M
xrt no**e. 0* *

Dumb Walter Crnmo-tu With Bar

Skifl .Cooks, Attacwtve Waters and Choie Vfetk
Sppecia pice to Regular Boades


THE CARNIGHAEL & SON O0

tLt McGrathl's Stand



J. R. MARTIN & CO.


GENERAL


LIVERY


Fine Carriaggs -Tms
M, m v Pat r a na r -.2Us,-=SA 6"r


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OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 190L


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OCAIAO cJR E WETEKFRCS DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED PLANTED GLOSSIER SEED
BY I.Wll Ia''ICli n.as t hr-y 5cannot
WaVushingt.,n. June- 23!-Pa--ir t-onivht. ~- ih h- 1*j..,...j -1-it.'O:.ji'x ear. *Ilst-14ivne are ths- tnams- s.f ef some (if
kce cwld Butter-Milk at TaykoorNs. shimers.ris uda.ir~-~ ~oy.rv. '~* thoo, rn.1-osngr~owers '.'ht plantedd t11o'-
lart'1 th ~tt is1.v *,)n?,ita~ti,.r.,,Iro-n-Ji* s.;?-is-r s.-..d. soil-] ty Ty-lings arsI 4 mta-
W. W. &'lyatt went t~o Palatka toutay. PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBER' ~~~ h a*'I'T-jn%. lIn thais city:W. 1W. Mant, iat Y4,rk.
*1iti-uz1 ..f th- 1.u".ols u'1 1tioc .a Xtl- us- ;MNr. Sbener andi Mr. M-f.-t .tLsw
T%1lrvt#4u.'neh.', at Tay)kW8~. 14v- 4501. Mr. It. H. '-ynisour .1s-sii.-q top -'ron-.? t s i"tTut,,-. Wh.-jiith- tul-is ~. n- J_ M. Kntsblomk. Martin: th.- Sa-
Ith.- iinroo-ssion, h.- Isis? all his lumttio, 1.,,n-..1 i us.-A -r :..n sims a t .H je .-r. o, I ala
W. IH. Price is in tuowis (4r a 4J) or in him late- fire. .Thim s a tmisatask"..-H, f ~- tll ,irg.ar.1 %'.'h-!.-it is -n-.1. Js it o 1iyI-k.All these haid
two. ;ham thousands of f#.6t ff s.-.,ii n.-.!
Ito ly 1.-,t'afn.-ss- i:4th.- rp-sult. ari-l ttie b.-st u4rrults. Sheriff I-in"- of,
tirt-sis.-d lumlp-r at his mill. ttu- mil.-m uil.-s-. tho- t'a~r~t.n to" 1.-taks-n $uin.-r ,.county did eq-.jualiy %rl i*% ith
?elephonse Ill. If you want painting 'rsssrth (of 4Ocsala. e(pimisting 4#f liE4s! Iing. !s,ut m.1 histub.- .-st-po-*-I sits n~or- Et..rns sQcd. ind Hail and Liddlonsof I
doe 4ilang a rA siding. (i'.-o him 41 m al t:a s .- al b- -t .. la ,;iise-'t a fine cro,;' from fRo.kye
-matwMitatTyl- .I.t",I f'~.~ Nii:' itit ,toft..n ar- Prts~ntalourw. s".1 bo.ught frsom Ty-
eha~sgn. )ist a Tyirs.l~t- CHEAPER THAN WOOD i .it'* i< if h. v.khi,-h iis rii-thirag iilig24'an-t Suniipafly. so
dies' f~rt.'i
Why -sth~iv thtT pot ~n.SOME FINE HORSES
Vviadmlt.o-ratso-oll 1I%.pi-7IClA at Tay- rIs-las.-1itAith :as tiss- itwifs f-lnc..- Vi rst t .i i.. ,~ u~.- ',l
la-s. Try it. 41s-ot ve.y ylittl.. rn.-thatmn wtmol.!;~. I i'l Iif.m .any c f hsafn.-ss 4 su4-I by In thew- caloadi sof htorst-44antimul,.s
the la#ng run i.-tri-llly thoo. *hea;keSt. ..lta~rrho tha.t ,h0Ii..toI.-*, d by HTI falls !.-.t-ivv-.lby J. R. Martin and 5 manyay
Tvttl-Fi-utti cro-am n at Taylirsp. !Adids tip th.- 'value- of your as..it. itt h u..-r. '. ULI hs''.tkr sm.oft-fneti-
Vassiide*fas~'sr bsmt~rs~'.siu'.' it re~tiin 7al F. 1.7. 'h-i-y tiA .T,.-0s. o ets s.-z'bro~ught ht-re.. Among them
la~z' fs7.~.-. .)i.? tv Jruzgsts. 77,..Ar'- t%%'.s, -air -of vs-ry h.4n-1lsom-on. stylish
Fruit l'rapprse (ream it Tayltiri". i 'L(#RIIA PLUM1tINt; .ANDIF.UEI:i*--I If11SFarnm! 1'fl1s ~-th- b.--t. t~liwk .rri~ag.- hors~et.. '..ighing rf- -
----- -ii :1 H aI p;air *-of han-Isa-piei. .14m)s-t ound
Attorney %L*. 4;f #-nl has returti.-. We have just received a large ship- i:! ts **onsf1g7.sy ..rriltgo- hoit-oms. is.-rfeitly
from Virginia.. meait of Tablets and Envelopes of all,
sizs ad iads; ls al kidsof ta- ~ s .s-l 'ak ~s..st"TYn .'fdtt,-:11.ato, ht-4..iand a Itair sif 303olop-looiun-Il cal
Nervola. Gmadietoo- ani w-votoitine%-tsiztsand grades;also all kids of Sta. ki.patbxaitsy exlike.aliko ss, an thehhnn,-
Nerol. 1rnaln- ns s-t-il eWtionters' supplies. Call and get prices. s.7l-nietitem .-ver bripught ti.p4 Scala.
*lmkx at Taylior's. Ocala News Company. rhis last t.-.sfli it ill leut.. ~-.I for the-WI
~~- -I .. -.4 th -- '.. _, .


Red lRock ';lnpt-r Ale. in joints .gaj Ao3' I7m14. 75.56' 'is Tu-. t*h The 4i' s!.i Je7 -.v Cr-ats-'. v 71"! tsn up
quarts. at Tidoi 'set2. fsrsts;-r-4iu.4 y'su31or fastill4'-7' of t01.- .Fu l fisj 5t'*4.ut ''t~"t 7-IF. g
l..ns (if milk I.:.- j t. Pai-ti74 .-:in flgpt
-- Fe-k~~~t ,.Iscti.m7 -lsf ll.* 2 t..v 7 '.-.-it.i.
The momst elegant display Of CandYi t'. .sssso1wnst 4of fill. It I i I 42k. -Il~..i o I,. 1.1tt IsIuy t in 'I f-Is f Lv
la IMMa at iDms. WeUL-Ias 7-:sI%2it,47 k.-t r.7rh-t tI i- sti'sA *s-t.tlitsir T--th~- iairy: ctpmti h rNsnrth
T oq l vom solo is*- s-ram in s tsksk -.640j.souris. .' .* .- 1"l .?7I 7 --___
ail thw tim's-. attTayloor's. .11- qlsi i-I. AIt L,- l~~,I' 1th-hut-r.
Viosih t'ilsh imvst 'I*5k.-jdtsit h~sn'! fsor 24tu 't.~'ti-~~ '.zIg t


is-ars" .515,1 theet- i ii-svt l5 tck1 1or
hr..4v% j-isrni' ii 55k. Th-y 'will to" sn tho;-
stfti ;v% 5.6 SO.,7 Is 5-iri-1!l.-s 111 1- Made
t 41h.-1is., ss h~r-4s%%" sIt- 7,. in.'ill to's' f
lis'- m " 74 ugh. ?Mir. HsW I ilsiotsiii-4 ctp.!-
7 ir fssr t hs'ii. The sssll:is; 2a.4..*twe-nty-
f-ou m-i 4 h-s Is mgs. if2isilt- 1.surfnnt


A full liew .4.1 TsPlat-aacus siisi 4 icaim :at Fair- the- '. t.: 14 11,111j-1. Pa7 t i-s V. ishilgi 1ttI- i $%It! 'l t'.. '
Tydinlp andi 4 omfsany's. A g...11i'isut.ii...' or a a sslisa- i tot h#.tn. li 1 i15s 'It 21 s~td lug. Thp- toti-11-is
IsWill ~4. llsslI.-y by scallinig son Ix 31. M--* Iiigt.'f Nil. si'l %I,,S. 4 2.1$. W.
There we-ro-ttwensty-tijve ati-ivals :at i 14pney. 1.sw ith. i'11--rL11- r"s -11 .6Ill ijl-Iustriasus T. W. .Troxier. Agent for luyler's
the Montezumka yo-litt-rd:4y. __ ~ ii r- s I..- ?-..7ii.1andy. Fresh Shipments Received
hr.~5~t S. Ps't.1 is. V 2. .1 ;sr.&i-~slt i 54 ii 'i7.. s1 71. ~ 2 ~ Weekly. eely
Dest wo(rk In Paintin~g and paper- Lstil-iiig. I it-- ustt V it 0. I V %1yAil7.i. *1 t' Ht.'a. -stv--
heavgirig done by Sterntierger. jsurchas.-.l an @yg~t frirt, itt l~~ .54'l4 t l r* l. i-: k .'I'llh.-S1tar 1.-losrt.r is creslitabhly in -
f-wint56-'1 that aI %a rr.' 1771 sof th..-s- lightest
DILdo i tMntrss. --II r tn..~I-4 1. ~r .ss74th" Itrun1k sf a tie*-, sil S~outh Thirsd
lor. -el. ncar 4% hisfue. .%%illml-ot- it $s
Viiitina Mr-s. -ratik 4Craiwfo~rd. I have a few shsojs-..loots. t4ssOX1sssf...-t. 1.11 Cs011111": .14. 4%. -i~. .\..t.. i- si r etiiii:5t. nea sr h is ho-. iii-t i sn i hat tl
- ~~~~~ofl-hIf tlf owik nisrth aif 4 *kl.s mah~a. JusittIll--ii.st.l. gli.i-rt hat ity. :a2sihsigsf ts'lthti I.
When In doubt, smoke the Milo Deyo b ack qut the hqpsit-s of 4s.f i.T. M.m.aughs ;tIsii -- :
Sc. cga. All principal dealers. A. 4;a O-t lorti...* V57'1"%\. F.. W .a CREAMERY BUTTER '*n AL-Iids a.le ata
AALF- Lay's-sa- Ibi ati.
sitF.T.kl- 4fTampa. t w *-ys- o_____'blanfk -t: gsiti :issbrasndslnews. Z. C.
1W.E.T. II-nThe Carms-icael and Ssm Cro. keep O'h~iiis'llliss
awerialist. at te hs4asZiss I t. S. 1111si s ri-c.-iv's27 a g t-+~-;t 1, 11ti % ol sfol6'..ie-iv g a frs
4401111.1Cn5l72. toll il-- ofifit,,s-v s-w -t-.--icilg a foresh
24.*24 li-panig n p p rng ht se s it.i isiuli's. %5'. the. Is Ii.- i t i24 llt I 2 42 -4s7gia cr#.:stnii.ry hut tr, 25 cents per 7s*7 i145 h.- AD iisi'sy [rugstssrp
See J. Starr Sterilbeiger. phone 116. IAtlanta las .2t '%%.---k ft-r J.1 R N tsisr:m-1
4 ~ issun-!. kept (#n i-ce. 1Ph-mne No. 37. '.'. th It-M. H. 4'. 4 ;rs.'ses. rt-turnsl ..y-s-
Z. $i14tok of Whiltney. tho ylort-mssIWNVl5' 'tta -Yr.i1 s't-Zni.S. 4553-
ahingle i man. 1'i sat tit". 3h15nlt-urna~. Ia,t5 s 1441.24#4 ii ~ilslli,-i 241216.11 i~isioin ~. NM -0 i ... I I 51- rssom a l,] .:s~ili.- iV ltit,-I lsrilh.-. ar s, sil
Fl'm.-s" lwaimsiint1542 22 1.''.4. Pr ic 4- I-- i4F'51j. '.ssii ldloll. 15 56.41it at 45th is 2S~ 7 L- Ssl
Wok oll b ttrilereri pen- ltt*-lt 1S*12111 3.-. 24w -oi) &-"
Workdui.- '. Sernea-er n pant-als~e'itssS~sss .. s1:.s. ~s.* La ~4 .1The excellent cigars made by Charles
~ an pas'srih guraneed hu7~Y.4 '~ltsil I ilt,. t.'m hssi~~ tls~k. ____- eyst-r. the NMilo Deyo and Grand Roy-
--- - SIs Is ls1-a. I a -


Sale


VE:


iS
is


1n


Biggest Values in


MEN'S


Ever heard of


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


THIS IS A 6000 CHANCE TO SUPPLY YOUR WARD E WITI
SHIRTS FOR A YEAR AT A SMALL COST


CO AI D MAM YOUR SELECTION,

BEOE THE IIS B


at o stationery and staisoners sup-
plis. just received. Ocala News Co. Ifr. Ul lsaiy. N. I ;,,ttli.ot,. J J. \\il-
.. iins. .. K. 'lh;iia I K .. l .ii is ,0 .1 Si..
J. T. l-atiss:sat-r has r-turntl from a Haill-r will goo to Il.-.t a S. .ilr.L.s to
trip tio the iarth-0rn lart uof the ,'unty. g'i\. ;i brotht-r M.1soi, thh.- thi:M.1 e.-zt,.-
erfg's Witch lHar.el Soap. best for tc1iver and XMtaKay have just re-
hard water. 3"ry it. 1'.pstoffice lrug- ceived some of the hanini.l.oie-st ladies'
*t***m desks ever seen In Florida.
H ir.*'s ; It- it .-.i-r. t;iig.alt.- ard l M iss ; K.ii.a ls I zi.-iI.t a .i...- 1n. t., 4 .'zsit
Ras|4ll-tliy. |Il," itn pIint Nlttl-. lois.. It thir ltroth.-r. LiD II.,!y C. I,-izi.-i. .It
T "rl l'l'-' ',olqilsiij.g. S. ..
Lavender. for keeping moths out of I. .1M. Iti,.y: ha:s just ;Irsiv',..I with :i
your wouslen g,.t-Its. Nothing else so c:(rla.;i, d of 1in0 y ig V4 t I il-.I J.,s*-y
goSw. lstuffhe Drui Utore. a',s.. all fre-sh itn milk :t.I i irist ci. ;s
......- llnslk'-rs. Thi-y 'canlil s-,-li :at his IsI lis.
F Pr tect.ion :gaiilst liss sy il. I' corner North 11 'iankliln St.
Cail tl lIitla. i,.til .tl:lt .lii i5iU - _ ....
antIe. 4.tk'ala. Fla. Miss Kth-1 Itiinsnl. thI lively
I .iuKhltt. -i- f sit lMr. ;it,l Mli s. ;'a,, K. lt.i0-
Th '- as f f ll-uiry N ,rmi1:111. ,*,olot-,l. it ,si. h. h.is l-.'-, .is i.-tiinig Sumiilt


f6r lefte:sluig J. 11 I. R61--sler-OKls-s tall% IIII"
aiguel Saturda~y.
Nothing an gtuid for connoisseurs as
U Grand Rtoyal 10'. cigar. Sold by all
5mlcpldealers.
Mrs.ksi. -: I ~T.s~iset- .sn'i ahith .ni
WontI Ii.,Kustis Wst.z V~iss .21it Ms
Ta.%14&rs lsa3-t-T~t24.
Mir. 1). ~lo.s isit .'u lii4o- hs '-s-ze
.4 -st.rsav saaass,*-.. I' s i-.t. %mial


For Dinner!


Well, just phone


THE FAIR


o-,ii-egv in Ma.ssahu oi s- yeste lay. .
s. J.J W iliml"s ..i1 1.4 :1 it C rman& Co
J., ksonville visiting i-i t-i.nlt. n.l filli ta v
tiht-i w% ill KO to Iph, for Illll Pi. 6.16 .l tilt,
You will finsd a well selected stock of
REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER, groceries at
DENSMORE. HAMMOND CARMAN & CO'S..
TYPEWRITERS i n North Main St., north of city mar
-Just Received at- ket.
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY Specialties-
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
iI-i'r,- $>h.-lItn. ;, .oniit* \. hit.- inu.n.
u'll.. sa.iil h- s is oii nti;i .ll.itki. CHICKENS AND EGGS
.4.s ri-st--l 1is it ii:hit f.,r i -i!i: .l: ,runk Reniembn r the place and rest assur-
oit th-. str.-.ts. i ;. was .!t .iign-., toe- et. we will treat you right.
ft0. M ., .: I-t.lsi is. tiut sw .as slisn ais-
W.. \'. \ M .% CN & s's 0 .
-,1 i!!th..ut ti .. ," ,. I. pI, !-o,l h.- | _
'*,l0uh iri .h it.l-,i l-. \'.t ," t,,\ n.
HAVE YOU A COUGH? SUMMER
A 4s .*f ltl.iarsds HI-re-houi Syr- 0
il "+"iIav ". STYLES
up.. will r4Sli+ w it. Hav' a .yU ; ,,lih \i |
.os.- of Her-loite .tt l>,Jtidtnll ;tii fr,.-
al.' 14--- . 1 . ... .... 9 0 -......


.. s . I" ..i*.-. .*-. '* 1" '..i..... q t sq-1 l l s.l ti.iu of Hor 0 --ho'r ltun' Syrupl
-l--uring the.- ly .;l: remove it. Try it Handsome line of piece
f or .... .n, ,.. for asthm... for' goOdS in stock for suits,
d~~ '.Il: -ti. f- s. f r"ihti. hMra J, trousers and overcoats.
SM. 2%r.th ., F. First St .. HuthIss.n.
S'. Kans. .ruts *I have u~s-l Ballirl'. We are up-to-date in ma-
^..---' IIf H.r.-ho.iunil Syrup in my family for five tertal and wortrmanshtp.
y-ars an I finI it the best and m't All orders stfriftfully and
,paL.atab, l ,'e It',i- e ,v- <,.'" . proptly executed, work
!" S'".I I by The ''""n."M'"'i Ifully guaranteed.

WORLD'S FAIR RATES Jerry Burnett,
VORL' A, - R E Merchant Tailor.
Via L. and N. R. R.
F tx-ursio.:, ti, kets ;i-.w 0 frt.arl 46 la tit St Louis .1,n14 :-tu 3I
TO THE RESCUE $4.3-A-Rt-tur n lIa;it l., :r ]RI.
The helpless are res,.ued by the able- S~* ".'-Retu:n !:!.it ,", J.a.. -
bodied. The strong should care for the 3',.',5-Returi, ltinrt 1 .;a-.v.
aewak. ,Spe'all s.i, h -x* ursib. S.2'. Ri.- Pneumonal followed La GrIppe
butnever care or you an fllwat the turn the see of
We'll care for you and y.urs at the turn lImit lLi.0 s from itat.+ f s.:,
iTi i i


al, can be had at the Ocala News Co.
lIll. H. \V. LjnIg. chairman iof our
lri.i0 t' i1, 40unty .Mr. 5. it. Pyl- s re'turn- 5;iItt.-rsling" thie State ; isi.l Roads .i '1)11-
v..l-ntin at T.tlniiat. The nim-t-ting wa's ; i
S\-.ry .tnthusiaist i. 5ni4e. though li sl.,,5.'ly :iltt-ii-vll. ;sa soJll"Y Itiill- c Ulstitss

S .V:\N'trI-aI--Mtn unsl.-r :35 ye-;rm sf
11' T- fi iii l i.silhs. \ith t'utir ,-siu a;t isi is
Sl'i-l ;ti," for ,,t"utitiVf-g v'it-rlnefit posi-
0 tiai1. lie-giis with s.ail'ry of $su .. with
inll i. ,ist :is letes'-rv'-,. .Write at n'ne', .
1. 5. .. Its.x ;.. 5',li"r lapitls. LI .
FIGHT WILL BE BITTER


MCIVER & MACKAY


Ocala, Florida


p SO it Mining And g MM


S Thios wsho will persist In closing -'- ..
t,.,ir a-;irs ;agIinst the continual reco- W gge, Pt S 4
inltiOns of ITr. King's New Discov'- WagOnlS gs Phaetons Su eys Carriage
j-ry for 'Consuntmption, will have a long
Snd earlier by fatal termination HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
Ri, ol %%hat T. R. Beall of Beall, Miss.,
i y symptom of onumption. She tok Budi Itrls Every K id ad sc p
Slr. King's N-ew Dis-covery after every-
thing --I.- had failed. Improvement T O F
in, at and four bottleentirely FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
i ur-',l her." Guaranteed by the Anti-
M.,ily Drugstore. Price 50c. and I. Phsphat Pts SI ed
iPhospate Plants Installed Complete


'4 ~ ~ ~ N11 '..214s ssi fairt islisjil.s s ab.e ility.
V. llti Is -Is~ k, t s1'-o pr pi rp four- gosI.
-5''..-' 71"7t i-asit i--..Js Ent! an, .- 24ah~ry.
I tss s;r- 2-141st Irom- Ist I-Inl I-- 01i tIt III


! 417 i. ut ni. A ltrl s, i'. I). \ ., T',ox 1.,
' Ttapi-i'-. Is.
i Tlh- >'.'S t-:'s P,.,h1 .1 tinul l pti. ri i., w ill
tk" lk-SUED BY HIS DOCTORisto'. of

SUED BY HIS DOCTOR


THE


CARMICHAEL


&


"ED'S PLACE"


McGrath's Old Stand


W-7T30951 P3IDNIS sl

"A I.-. t,'r hp.re has sue-] me for
S *'-". wshi' h I l.iai ,i., wV.is s-X' -ssive
I:..:* h ..-:, ,.'u says R. whit, of Rebuilt and Newly Furnished
,., h-!h;. .:. At the triial he pr:i.s-
-I 7: m,-! i:. -kil -a:.j m --ii ine. I F.r- \Vi.-.. .f K : I :.:y I' 4 h :. k ki ;- -r i '
ask- t h:n; :f it .ias n., t s'hamnt-rlain's -t .
',-I. '* c '.;-:-,t .;A.. I Di.urrh.o-at R -meJy I:.--r. A!- .r. .,j .lt f..,r F' .r..;y Tr. Tr -. Th- I'ur -t I:,;u-,..: o ,-.;r.- it.- Ar-
i' oh -.-.--- I h ..l g -.i ,, .a.sun to be- K-'.t i.-v l'. k.;'- ,I I .r T'r-: !:. CO T,- 'i .-r.n A-.-'-s --. A!. .
..'\- It 's.' ?. ;aL, h.- 'w''..u ni .t say ur.-
.,.t t ..I n-.," N,' a., tor WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
a -r :tly than this in AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS
A I,.f I +' n..: bus. It never*
f drggits GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT
KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE .A "tr-fuiy -:-, i st.. k ..f ;: -:- W.' F-.e- 1. .-ry. Sp { --- T n n '..A. A :-a -<'
Vsa Southern Pacific or Union Pacific W\- .t1.. th- Larg-st .M!I i: 1- -.:.-- the- S" '-. A.'. *' 1-rs F.l!-J on R-
Railroads turn Train.
l: s.t :.-s r,,u: I trip; t; k. -t s t, ,S n
I::;, :. s-,* : .1 I.,s Ang*-'- t'. count the ,
Kniht T-:.; :.rs .:. !aS. sp .r-mt.-r Separate White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L and
-. 1.4 i.- S..v.- rin -ra:. Loje Up Town Places
T ,1 VI.." ,r .*. -... .-- .- ,,- W,..


SON CO.


*vsori a' fs~.'-Suas&


M


irmlau

Club


Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. A It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "written do"
old with all the
characters of
age"-mdtow-


SHIRTS


OCALA EVENING STAR,THRDYJUE2.04


4


PA48 TMARE


THE


0 STON


STORE












PAS FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1904


SOUTH LAKE WEIR

I Death of an Aged and Much Beloved
Minister
Mr. Ernest L Ri- ker YLis -'-n : '
hotlne- fur ser.r tl -Lays. H- .%as .,. -
*.mnpatii..el by Miss FI-ssi.- J.-t.hiis'i a. 1
.M's .4 Margaret P'ritchar.l ,,f Jai. ks~..:-
Sal!.. .1Mr. Ri-,k-r is thit-f l-rk in th-
raml\way mail transf,-r ,ffiif in tli- un-
! m s.tati n t Jacks-,on ille-. janl' not
, %ith the* Southeryl Expr-ss <'ulni-,iy,
as .tatl-di i.,.-Lt week's Star.


W. P. EDWARDS
At the "ty Maket

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable

in Season

City and Country Trade Solicited
FN DAefery Pbnoe 121.


n TO SAVANNAH AND RETRN


R-v'.- J. ,;or.ni., Vailvyk '. h. ,'
i>Titia *;i illn ess hais b --n im- nt'o *n- .I'l by
the Statr. pass-.l i-e. -fully ;tawy ;Lt his.
horn.- i iPtuitltiand Park ,ton th- 14th
inst., in his .3r.l y.-ar. 'Fun-ra;l s. -
vices were he-ll S;ttur,ltv. th- 1~th. In
the Fruitland P:trk M. E. church. c.',.-
duct 'd by Rev. Nurthrup of .1Mt. I),ni.
assisted by R-ev. R-,tor of *kahun p-
k,-*+. Mr. VanDyk- h.ass .reah-.l ;att
i South ILike \V-Hir for sixt.-en years
fanld wa.s r-sro-. tte-l an.l bo-l % ho kne-w him. The int-rm.-nt 'v.as.
i at his request. :it Ie.-sture. H.- i,-;.'-.
a wildo-w andl two, sois.
During the heavy thundel-r sto',m oin
iTu.-slav .ftern.oon. lightning stru.-k
;:t large pjin.- ai f-w ro-.Is \%t-st 'If tht-
I Pleasant Hills House. Th- tr".- %% is
o,'v,-redi with trumpe-t vin-.s, titnoi!e
'%hi"h was .a nest containingn. f'ur
young g mocking birds. The vineAs xv%!rc
"torn from th*- tr-ee but the birls w \i'-r-
Suntiharmed.
Staten-ents from st-vera:l points in
re-gard to the suffTering on-litiin ,,f or-
ango" grov-cs certainly ,lt, not apply toe
South Lake V W-ir. as the orrovtes .arouil
here- seldoui. if -ve-r, w,-r- in tine-- cult-
dlition. and are well loal+-.l with fruit.
giving promise of an abunlai.t yieldl
the coming fall.
SMr. Wan, G. .Marshall, th- v,.te-r:an
mason of" .a;tla. is here.- with an as-
sistant plastte'ng the- adllit'in to the-
Ileas.:ait Hills House.


,SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY
Special Rates


Last Excursion to West Florida and'
Return This Season
i Lake City. $3.2.: Live Oak, $:3.7-..
Madison, $4; Monti'ello,, $4.o, Tltall.t-
hassee. $4..'*'; Quitccy. $7"i; Riv'-r Jute-
itio $5; Jainbtielge. <:i $. i'iket.
'an sale for tight tt.in iIlv 4t" Jun' .71
tinal limit. July 5.
$6-SAVANNAH, GA., and return.
Tickets on sale. for night train oly of 1
July 1; final limit July 12.
$8-COLUMBIA, S. C., and return.
Tickets on sal"- for night train only
tof July 1: final limit July 12.
$24.35-EI'REKA SI'RIN(S. ARK., and
return. Tickets oan sIale \',.-iinesdays4
Sallt Sattur'lays; limit'.il ;a6, days. '
$2 .;., -fHl t uri. Tick.s ion sale \VW.ins.i;ayvs
andt Sa:tiiur'J.ys. Limited. *,o days.
$1'. NAIIVll.LE:. TI'FNN. andI re-
turn. Tickets on ,sale June.- 1, 1: "1..
July :t. t. 5. litmite di 1C d.>y fl ai.,te
of .'**.l. xte-isioniI ,IObtljin. bl.' to
Sept.tl-mb.'r 3".


18 TO CHARLESTON AND RE ItUN .'ickts S. JI' 14.F,.
1I. 2'.. 21. 27 andl July 4. limited to,
The ATLANTIC COAST LINE will sell for train I, l,, ,,ti,,ctti alt, sl..m,e-,,,, 1'.. ,1,,4.n-
No. 78,July It4 tickets from Ocala to Savannah, Ga., $,,,.3- NASHVILL.E. Tl:NN.. ,,na ,-
fnd mmta at rate of $6, and to Chsrleston, S. C., and re. tu m. Tirckets ,, s.ll June ::. ,. ::
twn at $8. AN tickets good until July 12th; limited to 15 days fronim i.at- o sle.
I':Extension obtainable to S 'ite ttm -i :;).
Don't mt Ithisopportnitytovisit the "Forest City" WEST I EN S'RIN;S. IND.
SIts suburban r rts-Thnderbolt, The Casino" i and return. Tickets ,on s..i,. July 21
_ad Tyb, ad Charleston "B-the-Sea," and the Isle of t,.. o4 ieclusive; limited to .ugust I.
Pal, aad enjoyyourself. No tickets to be sold from 's" c-FRENC.H LIC'K s iUS. IN,..,
TfacimmlMe proper. Never was there a cheaper and more .: it -turn. Tickets on sale July 21t
I trip offered& Notice carefully the trains and to 24 inclusive, limit.I to August 11.,
dates Ir whihticikets will be sold. $31.95--ATLANTIa' CITY. N. j. aii


Fo~r furt I er luf1 lariat it Pitca IlIoon l.r co w'minit Wit t' WitI I
F. J. IIt*I'.H:. M I S I .MU;I IS.
I~lt Tikt.\C. I IIT F .11. tp 'la. 'f k t \c .


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


TICrK iS will be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday dartn months of Jone, Jtly, Au-
gt and September from points in the Southeast,
at one fae, plus $2, for the round trip, limta 60
days.
For Boo"k and Pamphlets descriptive of the
Hotels, Bath Houses, etc., apply to


L E. REHLANDER,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
No. I8 W. 9th St.
Chattanooga, Tenn.


returlr. Tie kett on se>le July 1'4. ant
11: tinit'-1 to July L2:..
.. '- El"REKA SI'RI'NtIS. ARK.. ant
return. Tickets on s:,la July to 4
Sin! usiv.': limit.,j tto August 7.
l-'*R1'tH **F JI'l.Y RATES. Ti. k.ts
f Will t- s,,iol on July 2. .- ;,nl 4 tip .all
loi'it ilkn the t.'rito:y s uth (if th-'
,hio n.1 lt>n .n .,tl +..st ', the
Mis.sissippi :iv-:.s. Ili ,hlilin St. I..,-
is. M -,t .' t, ; IL *,ii--thii",l ;".'-'-
xtrfr,+ lanmit ,f aill ti'k-ts. Juy .,'
I"'64.


SL'MMER TI'IST TIT'K:'' 1, ti -
p a ih l I,., *:.' ,'t ; ', i ".' l-* I.,; ;. \x;ti
xt; : :,- '.m it Cl, t. l-+: ::l 1 ]',.
$45.55-ST. LOUIS. MO., AND RE-
TURN
Tike-ts on sale d tily. l-eg.ni:n Aprill
-'. I im a. to I --.. .-- g.
$38-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN
Tickets on sh d..t. y:v. leiann:r n. A,-,i
:z" ,ri'ed v. turnir g ) !. -i fr.iom.
date of sale.
$24.20-CINCINNATI, 0., AND RE.
TURN.
Ti, k-ic- t: sa a J.: 1; r Jt I !- mlt-
el r .t'.',i'.g tI. J.a:y .3. EI-xT-,s..n
,^.,,:xi..tl,;e.

AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
If yo ::,t tO I:-: ";. t"'f-y .:; .-\"


rest a : -.-1h:!., :- ;* .w ., a.- .-
r, i .i ,*-. i k :t i t -. y > .:... *


-WG Like
a Come
h is i t the sky comes
A 1 \'\ the star of health
famou r to the weak and
famous remedy weary despon-
does for the stom- der.t dvspeptc.
ach that which it curing all
Is unable to do for stomach
itself, even if but \ troublesand
slightly disordered digestive
or overburdened. disorders.

Kodol
supplies the natural
juice% 01d gesio: aand '
does t ;e wa;rk of the
stomach, re:axlrig the
nervous te:.sion, whie '
the iflnaried r-.uscles
and membranes of that
organ are aibowed to
rest and heal. It cures
Indigestion. fatulence.
palpitation of the heart.
nervous dyspeps:a and
all storachi troubles by
cleans.:.g. purifyu.g and
strengther.irng tre glands.
membranes of the stom-i
ach and digestive organs.


Eodo1 DypepsiaCuR
TYo emr Cam Suny To.g
Bottles or:y. $: 3 Stea h:41dt-ig 2'i tune
the trial sue, whi-h se.isf cr 50c.
haspaed by L C.DWVITT 4 OL., CaICAs.


Sold by WM. ANDERSON, Ocala.



BAD BREATH'
to 1 16 t~ ir it.- w.-: t it AV i 1.1na
... .. -.a afrse,'.-.a r y t r. b
ai. ~.I ,.. I~ i "er .'- I IV n.,hra h s.
.-my t*I %t t .-Y '~f. L r. e 'I..
tkl.11 I.fl r's, -.L ff' riki..w tt fr ~. m such zi..n4


(~The Bowels


Pleasant. Pa:atabhl. Ptent. Tast- G.. DPoGood.
NevTrr l'ken. W asw*i. rar ,r:p,. I, So-" N rver
soild :n :ik. TI e '-n;r-; ; .:%i. tnu.,-J C ,.
U ars::t-et4 to care r yr ir na *v.-y La. L
Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. Soi
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILUON BOXES

Georgia Southern

& Florida Ry
"Suwanee River Route."


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LUITAN19IAI,
Day and night, suashine and shadow
are not more different from each other
than a healthful from a ickly woman.
The healthful woman carrie light and
wauhane with her wherever she goes.
The woman
who suffers
from ill-health
casts a shadow
on her own hap-

others. She
cannot help it.
Those who maf-
fer cannot
smile and sng.
Il-health in woman is generally trace
able to disease of the delicate womanly
organism. Many women have been re-
stored to happiness by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. If there
is an invalid woman, suffering from
female weakness, prolapeus or falling of
womb, or from leucorrhea who has used
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription with-
out complete success Dr. Pierce would
like to hear from such person--and it
will be to her advantage to write as he
offers, in perfect good faith, a reward of
$5oo for any case of the above maladies
which he cannot cure.
*I feel it my duty to inform you that I bad
been a suffererr tr many years from nervous-
sess with all its symptoms and eomplicatioa,-
wnte' Mrs 0 N Pishef of i16a Leington Ave..
New Y-.rk N Y "I was coantatly going to
gee a phystiian. I was induced to ask Dr.
Pierce a -v;ce I then tok five bottles of Fa-
worite Pre.'cnrpti ,n I am not now cross and
irritable and I have a go.'! color in my face:
bave also gAine', about ten pounds in weight
andl ono tkoran I qf aumfort. for I am a new
Swouman once n i re *
Th& dealer who offers a substitute for
"Favorite Prescription" does so to gain
Sthe little more profit paid on the sale of
: leas merit juts medicines.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing oiv. Send 2t
one-cent stamps for the paper-covered
Book. or 3i stamps for the cloth bound.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. V.


kIR


LINE


Tickets on sale only fo
Ocala night of.
Passengers to be handle
Jacksonville to Sav
Columbia, return
regular traii
or before


JULY 12,


oil


DI ,ZIER. Age-lt.


W. W


ocala. Florida.
A. '. .MA'I[sNF..LL. A. S. P. A..


Florida East Coast Ry. '

LOCAL TIME CARD INo. 56. b Elect JnM 4,1904.


RAIL


or train
July Ist.
ed speci
vannah
rning byv


ns on garden. G.o and enjoy yoerort.
ns on **~ ,,
If you wish to secure bargalm at
.t.artling prihe call at the (k-ala 1-
.!- everything cut to the bone.
)j ** (FOR RENT-Three 2-room m bas
two 3-room house.; one 4-room heIm m
1A9 0 ',*onme 5-room house. J. Starr Strbeb-
. CNDO N. City Ticket Agent I ge
*Call at Mrs. W. C. Wilsonm~@f'l tr
Jac;ksonville. Fla. dressmaking. All orders filed wN


Mr. Hattie Whites 31351.bahe0
very ill.


SAVANNAH $6


Want4---A well dlBw. J. Sa.
Sternberger.
.-e No. 2 shlngle esbe, p 3.
Sternberger.
|| -nteral ow otta-m r --
A 83 Starr SteZbergner.

For Sale Cheap--.- Ml 2 a.
Sales. J. Starr Stemrnewf.
I I Lw rates and easy terms. o1-- "
S30) to W'. near Is. Call ea DINs&
n I e roe shad every sawr e y as
Tomp~is' stall xNo. 1*. coty Map@L
oing Fast-Those lo) tea in bwr-
I in' subdivisi, n. Prie v30 to M Ca
on Ditto.
J'riDon t forget the ol. retIable 3 A. 1
i f excurion pto 'olumbia July I. IMES

Mrs. R. T. Barro wleho m bsee .
leaving 'itin r daughter at H-
... 0 turned home today.

,_Call at tlp Mock B OW- r
al from tortmb"e Jm M, Iwd as ,i.mlio.
and ble rate&. Went biwsy.
and "" ""
Ice cream ot all flavre evewy
*a T imkM.a A MAd A -ka I.-.-


dispatch and neatness. West DegI-
way.
*Keep In memory that the MB
House furnishes meals at the feas-tW
hours. frh- 7 to S. from I! to 1. aa"I
to S.


- The "Happy Kids." 'ala's sregad
Sol ftw .TATISM.. hj If ' ataS ,,ntll nine will c.ros bats with a
-- ... M Dil. -- -
a-- a.- v.................. J..... .U_ ... U t.nl t r .,n Anthony tomorrow ahrs-
S.. ................... .. ....
0 4 1a ............ ........e .. .................Ar; 6 e ap r,,-,,.
i P S0 ,. ... ............ ....... a.aL .. .................. o p
SUf...a ........... .t aam Ip
F" pU 4aI.t_ .; --. .....,, a 5 llanimps gro.ry on Tucwker HO



..I," r o morq- tw lodging at rectyet
P plAr .................... .......... a . sbl rat ll at R. J. N lon s
M I p ~... ...... .. .......... ... .. ....a...... .... ....... a t
... ... Naa. .............. ... .M a .. ... .s... r a | a




.... ............ ......t i li .::..t St. everything kept
S, ..... .. ...... M . ... .... ........ a n t or er.
iJ p ..'...... ............. .. : l.. ..aa ..... ......... a g salt ur kd m ulh and re l, a
pl, ..... .. .. ... a En 'Fa........... ...resh water bream and .eart.
S .......... .. ... I-.1 2 .......... .. .... ..... a 51J k T o a
i p ..... .......... t ... ....... ........w...... water t *ro t ,sh" phei ad and n a d
4 l e rm.. ..u.l. .... ...... ...n .... P.. .... a S laemtull. J Tham.nd t he m.seyle t,
0 )s '.......... .. . M.. ..


Pe ............... .. p .S JakeI Thomas. ixon are to be om
So* a p' ............... .... W... alt ..... ... .... .. U a s
4 a, O p .. ......W pala e ... Oi t''! fr th*- -xellen,.e of their work.
a ......... .... e ... .. ...... 11 p T 30
I p *** .......I . ................ i S *F. Th entiwon. the hu"ItlFlr OW.e bld-
a ::: : .. a : :: enlar. hi business an. d s rn y co
3 dm ............. .am Cl ....... .. ..... o

o, = pAr.... ... .... . ............ .. .P S supply the pubil, in i hoer
S- vegetables, fcool drinks, confertiemery,
SAirORmO BRANO. OANSE oCITY UANC.L etc. Free ,e-livery wa;gun. Tor er-
1 ; "*-T 1 k. .- .. ers s *li'ited. Irson building. 9sft
....l DOW I* WW:' DOWa a11101 1Y 3Main street
T Sa Lv ....... TltuvilltU ........ Ar W8 li I I & rram s.Ari d p
.Lv ...... 0. M ...........ArlX I U :LvU l r. I **'all at Barco's tall. No 7T. aSe
on Ar .:. fa *- "Ws.c 6 ns 41 iAp choice Florida boef. Choice round. 12%
v71111 I To. Ig Or a cents per pound: loin. 12% coni.
Day. a y a shoul-r steak. 10 cents: pork chps, 12
MIT i. tA nt. a. pork ham. s1 cents. B ne. .
of a4 l! ? f. a a hamtis. ausagee and vegetables, fresh an
9 I,, .i s o ,t ,-ime.
Np **. io o Miss A. E. Murry, Mesdames D. .
3M1,&1MA1 :- _I Bwn n1*-Il.- Ellis I .Mitchell. LLm
PINIuSiLAR A M 0I-KNTAL STKAUA 6 KMNIUT1ISOM AT A* ;s.tt anal several otherss left yesterday
.LOSi aO-N-SOTIIm WRA AT M4AMiaWi MMIt S AI fP i-s P. a & a OOPjy p faor 1o rl an-lo to attend the state cnee-
HVAN ANDms KBY A W1 N W BWT ', I V&LM ve-titn of th, w omLan'sH m o U.n
HAVANA AND KBY WEST M I;tl, ,the M oman,,.Hm,,


These Time Tables show sbe e i M
Ifaskte veral sades, bet heir rtnt sor
ser sa um Cumpeay hold tIel: r I.mbblek

er Co7 oftbshe LOCAL TIM
..SE THrE TI
SJ. D. AI"NR, AFLsG. en. PMI.

Atlantic; Coast Line
TIME TABLE IN EFF

DEPARTURES


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


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


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


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

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


S'hurch.


as alayor y rsay -a a'LM t *IL Green. the lilgtning sharer. Cao
and try his shave and hIer cut ad y
* OAND eOe'tahsere will always come. Shave. lee.; hbir
ODrr AOG T. cut. 25':.: honing razor. 2Se.: cam
__ AGN' razor. 75c. All work first ehs. )I
A'8 @t., IT. AIOUIT .U, ]iL. lionx delays: two chal*s. Newt : w to
-- 1AlberMtine Smith. on West Drehlway.
r Railway Company
FECT JUNE 5, 1904 _
i If you are larigld. depressed a" e-I
FROM OCALA .apabl for work. it indicates tht yer
For R.,. h-;l-. Palantka, Jacksonville and liver is out of order. Herblne wO w-
ail tirt. east.s Also for .M larta. Nashville, Chicago, via Dixie rheumatism and aillmts aba toi aer-
F'>l-r :,;ute. voeunesS and restore the tener gs a"
For Leesburg, Croom. Trilby. Brooks- vitality of sound and perfect hbesa.
ville. Tarpon Springs. Clearwater. ,J. Hubbard. Temple. Tems. WdlM
Belle-air. St. Petersburg. Lakeland., Mlarh 2. 1942: "I1 have used Irti
Tampa. and interim date points. for the past two yards. It has dee m
more good than all the doctor. WhIm
For Jhi-(te, f;ulf Junction. Humomas_
F fGul baid and have that tired holM-I,
pa an- !nt-rrnediate points.
Sae poI take a dose of Herbite. It is the
Fror JuITe-_t*e, High Springs. Live Oakt. ,st medicine ever made for chle ned
Leupor.t. Wayrross ar.J all points east f-ver." 540. a bottle. Sold by the As-
and wa-st. ti-3Monopoly Drugstore.
For Juli-tte,. ulf Junction. Hmosasas --
an-! inti-rme--iate points. -~ ~ .


Trair:s No. 39 and 73 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.
P. & O. steatmers sall from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on
Sun.L.yv Tuecsdays and Thursdays at 11 3." .. m.
F..r full. complete anl reliable Informati-.n r-garding rates, through car
art.,r.g-rr.'-nt,. sleeper reservations, etc.. a!l on any Atlantic Coast LIne


,,Cream Venilip


A"

MLVI


OVER TNE


Summer at


Hot Springs


For those who go to Hot Springs. Arkansas, for the
twbenefit of health, the summer is really the best
time. Her fortunate location, high up in the foot-
hills of the Ozark mountains insures a cool and lightful climate, and lph si'ians are united in the
opinion that the waters are more benefit-ial during
the summer season.


One Fare Plus $2.00


For the round trip throughout the
sumiiner.
WRITrE FOR BOOKLETS
GEO. H. LEE, S. L. PARROTT,
Ete. Pass. Agt.. Dist. Pass. Agt.,


Little Ito, k. Ark.,


- tese. mas he eapsess I asr e ml b wl


BUWE


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MEMENOMMON"


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System

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OCAL EVEING TARPTHURSDAY, JUNE 23.1904)


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Atlanta. Ga.


PAWO POUR


EXCUASION


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