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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: June 27, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03540
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA


EVENING


STAR


Vdle 10, Nmber 10 OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 27, t904 Ffty Cats a 3sh, $5 a Ym


JST ARRIVE WALKING IN CIRCLES. We are closing
CesWal DtM^ Snag Why Pte*& Leot i nFog or w***e
Doe St Go Stralbt t On.
It is a matter of common knowledge
that wheu a man is walking blindfold-
Pau Ti Ca ed or Io lost in a fog or in some un-
known forest or desert instead of
MIA-Sn walking straight be haus always $ 5 iD S
tendency to work round nla a circle. The
NAh S. moat commonly accepted explanation
SP an of this curious fact is the slight in-
*quality of a man's legs. The result
R W Ia Ml henM aU 9 one limb being longer than the
Other will naturally be that a per-
"E^^i T- S sWun will unconsciously take a longer
OW 4ErAd- Towit Soa p with the longer limb, and n COME AND GET A PAD
r..,, .oo COME AND GET A PAI
at 3 r 25 c s is tH le best sequently will trend to the right or
to the left. according as the left or
Right is the longer. unless the tendency
Sto deviation n corrected by the eye. ALL I
C AU Tk EAS This explanation is supported by the
SAM T EA fact that in the enormous majority of
t cases the human legs are proved to be
of unequal length. The careful weas-
AT T'HE rements of a series of skeletons
s j howed that no less than 90 per cent
SROipihad the lower limbs unequal in length:
l35eer cent had the right limb longer I
than the left, while in 55 per cent the i e
-- ----- ---- left leg was the longer. The left leg -
being. therefore, more often the longer.
lEsiglg Foeg it is to be expw-cted that the inclina- ()T'Tl) p[.\N Us F* \
WATCHES tlion should take place mure frequently
Sto the right thantto the left, and this AsI shall be absent tfrii the city
S" conclusion Is quite borne out by ob
_REPAIRServations made on a number of per- tlis tsunner. I o)!c'tr m plart, fir
soon when walking blindfolded. :ale at the cost ,,f the i Tits. "Inc
__ G TO- plants are fine. First t:- conm \vil!
= B. X I i H KOREAN HOUSES. get the pick. Mrs. E. L. Red,.ing,. just
G. B *_____ north o4f thi-e ter tower. );dal;a.
The Jwede They Are tCmfortable Neltrher I
-h WSummer Nr X Wlmter.
The Korean style of architecture is AUT( )M( )1lIi.I F(i, '.\LE
VT I tf f Pl l suited to anything lint an extreme cli-
mate such as prevails there. During Il he machine can !)c sectn at
AND the winter months It to very cold. The S.t;tialev & (''s. li\-er\ sta.dc.. Ail-
houses are made of bamboo frame- ,rc-v fir particulars. C'. E. Melton,
TIYPE-W R ER work. plastered within and without \Il.ana, li, la.
with adobe mud. The roof to thatched
MISS L. N. SINCLAIR with rice straw, which is weather
Private olfie in Commercial Bank. proof. The inside may be made into KF'PI' Y( )I'R EYE
Yor work in the above lines soliclt one room by the sliding back of a In l'ittmuan and '4n.* l taing furni-
speer and accutacy guaranteed. screenlike partition. Just why these tiredalers. fair the carlual dtiran
Speed ad accuacy uarantd, were introduced it is Itnponsible ti tlrI nca lcr, t ir t In- carlacs t ir
say. for they are but rarely used, as-" lstca-' 'st t t
privacy is never desired In Korea. will make you bity.
FIRM Ill OYSTERS This open space becomes the living -


I have fresh lMott m Fish and
Mullet always on hand:
Cedar Key and Crystal River
OYSTERS.
RECEIVED FIRES DAILY
Opened and delivered upon request
SEE ME, I CAN
FILL YOUR WANTS
W.M. TUCK,
CRtY MakeL

J. I. WILLIAII
MPEITER AND ILDER
Offers his st-rvih-e to the people of
Orala and vicinity for work in his line.
It re0owtindl;ttiont and good work
count. theit I feel 'aipalble to make es-
timates and carry them to a successful
lase. J. D. Williams.
No 138, S. 2nd St.. Ocala, Fla.


BREAD, rAKIF
--and--


FANCY GROCERIES

For the finest bread, cakes
and Fancy Groceries in the city
REMEMBER THE

FRENCH BAKERY
HAS THEM


MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS


A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Repairing
SeMac Garantmd
Address
OX in1 OCALA, FLA

ALEXANDER
Practical
AMMETE All BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all contract.
work. Gives more and better work fat
the money than any other man Ii


P. O. Be 374


room. and even when travelers are
passing along and must halt for the
night they are Invited to share a coin-
mon sleeping place on the floor with
the entire family. The diseomnfort of
such an experience is extreme during
the summer. In the kitchen, which is
Just without the living room. there to
located a most curious kind of stove.
From this clay pipes extend under the
soor to the living room. They warm
the house summer and winter alike.
for it has never entered their minds
that some means could be devised
whereby the heat could be turned off
from the other quarters.-Housekeeper.
HAIRS OF THE NETTLE.
bThe Resses They stima So Whom
They Prick the Flesh.
The stinging hairs of the common
battle. which can easily be seen by the
Snaked eye, stand out under the micro-
ecope as rigid, transparent, tubular
prickles, highly polished and exqui-
sitely pointed. At their bases these
hairs are furnished with bulbous reser-
voirs, which are charged with formic
acid. an acrid, poisonous duid, which is
discharged Into the wound after the
aharp points have pierced the skin.
Mr. Curtis, in his "Flora." gives this
graphic description of the process:
"'Placing the foot stalk of a nettle leaf
on the stage of a microucope, I pressed
the bulb with a blunt pin and found
a liquid ascend In the prickle, as quick-
mliver does when a warm hand is ap-
plied to the bulb of a thermometer. I
saw the liquid ascend andl flow from
its extremity. I was the more anxious
to see this. as I fancied the poison
might proceed from an aperture in the
side of the sting near its point, and
here it appears to be placed rather
than quite at the end. that it may not
take off from its necessary sharpness.
Put to the Toet.
A great crowd has assembled to
cheer the boy prince Alexander on his
arrivel at Belgrade by steamer. "*'Why
do these people make so much noise
when they see me'-" cried little Alex-
ander. "Because they love you, my lit-
tle son." Immundiately he almost
sprang out of the mluister's arms. call-
ing out: "They say you love me. Show
me your love by throwing all your hate
Into the water." The hats were
thrown.-From '"Belgrade. the White
City of Death."
Now Some Medleine* Are Obtained.
From the horns and bones of various
animals may tie procured by distilla-
tion muriate of anunntia, commonly
used in medicines for both Internal
and external use. Front burned bones
comte phosphate of soda, st. valuable
in physic, and prussic acld. used me-
dicinally as one of the most powerful
narcotic substances. may be obtained
from animal matter In a state of de-
composition.
The Audience.
A lecturer. being unable to fulfill an
engagement at a certain town. wired:
"Inmpsiblle to come tonight. Give the
audience bonek their money." He re-
ceived the following reply: "We have
given the audience back his money.
and he has gone home perfectly satts-
fed."
P'rearchl and Praetiee.
The Rev. Mr. Saintly-Are you young
t- M--h -A.L -.l


Conti fi u


A JAPANESE BABY.
lib PFlac e Strapped to the Saeh de
aa Older Bay.
The babies of all except the richest
Japane-se are carried about on the back
of an elder sister or brother from the
5 time they are a fe w months old. The
1 poorer the parents the sooner the baby
Is fastened on to the back of some
elder member of the family, and it is
not uncommon in the poorer quarters
of a Japanese city to see a group of
children six or eight years old playing
in the streets, each of whom bears a
tiny baby sister or brother fastened
Y ARE with a few straps to its back.
These straps are just sufficient to
prevent the baby from falling to the
ground. leaving the comfort of its po"-
ture entirely to its own exertions. As
a result the J:panese b:.by early gains
a surprising control of its muscles, and
it is almost impossible to drop even a
tiny child from your arms. so firmly
does it cling on with both arms and
legs.
r i I The dressing of a Japanese baby is


mnuir u l rUL A l 1 a simple matter. It wears nothing but
miniature kimonos, the number vary-
-- ---- ing with the condition of the weather.
These garments are fitted one inside
A GOOD TEAM FOR SALLE the other before they are put on. Then
they are laid down on the floor, and
My driving ponies, Kitty an.] Hattie. baby is laid into them. They are long
Thc lKtnios are well bred. being about I enough to cover the baby's feet. and
in about the sleeves are also long enough to
three-fourths Wilkes and one-fourth cover the hands. Practically there is
Hlamiltonian; can go a mile in four only one garment, and the processaa of
minutes: arp very kind and gentle; can dressing a Japanese baby takes but
be handled by ladies or children. The$ two or three minute& of its mother's
are well matched In color, size ann time.-Chicago Tribune.
gait; are four years old. Price. $, S0.
B. H. Seymour. AN INTERRUPTED SERMON.


TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
Wonderful thiniq are done foer the
human body y,% surgery. Organs are
taken out andl scraped and polished aand
put back, or they may In- itmnove-d enn-
tirely; laotets ;trq- spli rl: pipes take
th- Ila>'e if disea:Ls 4d .4s1,w tioins of veins;
a int i.,-pti<" dra.ssingms ate apillied to
%touii, Islituns. bruiseJs ani like injur-
i*ts lbfore inftifinna.ttioni% sets itn. whichh
<:aius.'s them t lo he-al \\ ithlout ,m:1turatiton
anild in one-third the- tinie reuiilred lby
the old treatment. a'hamt-erla in's. Pain
Ialiam acts fill this s:ie l prin.'ile. It


c he Atlantic ('iast Line w\-ill .ell is a1n antisepltic and "\h',n applied to
tickets oI' July 2. 3 anlI 4. \\ith re- such inijuri,.s ,:au.S.s them to heal very
turn limit July Mth. 1'.,04. to .allI i.,nts quickly. It also allays the -pain and
in the territory so uth aof the )hii s..ran,.ess. K..-ep a laottle oif Pain Balm
;anal I'otoa nac arill east of thle Mlis- in yVour hoime- ;an! it \\ill save you time
sisippai rivers, inclmling St. La.uin. l. imii<,ny. .,t to mf-ni iii ti eineon-
.i,.. at rate if aMt",l an1 otnc-thlrl v.eiii,., :.ti.l suffeiring which such in-
first class fares for the rotinld trip. juries einttail. For sale by all druggists.



L LUMBER


ROGH OR DRESSED


Mta-p- dE P s-%


Be H.H


PHONE NO. 25.


C C-onmn

COMMERCE


CAPITAL


INTEREST


DOES A GENERAL
RECEIVED. LOAN


W.P.
At t

Fresh Meat, Pot



City and Cot
Free Delivery



Special Sale

of
We have a large number


Prearchiang U er Dfeltles ln aOn
Emglah. Church.
In "A Preacher's Story of his Work."
Dr. Itainsford tells of some strange in-
terruptions he encountered while
preaching one of his earliest sermon
is the English cathedral town of Nor-
wich.
Dr. Rainsford was in the middle of
his sermon when he chanced to look
down from the high pulpit to where
the imemlers of the choir were seated
in a large boxlike pew. screened from
the congregation by a curtain. Much
to the preacher's surprise, one of the
men in the choir put his arm around a
girl. drew her head down on his shoul-
der and then looked up at Dr. Iains-
ford and winked.
The preacher stopped his sermon,
walked down out of the pulpit and
told the rector the members of the
choir were acting outrageously. The
rector walked up to the pew, drew
down the curtain with a jerk and ex-
posed the spooning couple to the view
of the congregation.
Then Dr. Rainsford resumed his a e
mon. A minute later he chanced to
look down the main aisle, and there,
walking in solemn procession, were a
hen and a dozen chicks. To crown it
all. when the sexton tried to drive
them out he was so drunk he fell right
on top of the hen. And then from his
place the old rector cried out:
"Let her alone. John; she tois doing no
harm!"


%d W J4L 1W A Curousa Ferry.
Captain Hambro, while traveling
among the Kazaks of Turkestan, di.
O 'covered a curious way of taking a
heavily laden boat across a broad riv-
- a Fla er. The method consisted in piling up
the boat as full as it would bold with-
out sinking of all the persons and all
0 their baggage that it was desired to
l B n k I take atcoss. Then the boat was
ere ia i l nTi 0 o launched. There were no oars and no
I sails. The motive power was supplied
BRANCH OF o by the horses, the cattle. the sheep and
A the goats of the nomadic and pastoral
AL BANK, JACKSONVILLE people swimming in front and along-
side and so by degrees that were far
S more slow than they were sure towing
O5o0.000.00 the toat to the other aide. In one in-
stance which Captain Hambro men-
PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS t lions the river that a party crossed in
I this manner was 210 yards wide.
BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0
S18 MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT I allarlain the Cheat.
AND SOLD 9 Any one can increase the size of his
I chest two or three inches in as many
months without the use of any appa-
ratus or mechanical contrivance what-
A R ever. When he rises in the morning
W Alet him go out into the purest air he
can rind, raise his arms to the height
the City Market of shoulders, the palms downward,
then, while inhaling a deep breath.
SV gradually extend them upward until
Utry, Fish and Vegetables the backs of the hands touch above his
head. Do this a dosea times every
in Season morning. and the result will be a chest
development that will surprise any one
. w ho has not made the experiment.
intry Trade Solicited hu A
A Dishop'. Muslna.
Pbmne 121. It is what a man might have been
which jars on what he is. When' a
tman has once st(ocd on the mount of
vision, when he has once beard the
call of 'od to bit soul amil made an-
swer. "Here am I." he can never go
back to dwell in the valley of common-
place. The miasma there, ti which
& wm' M ace Ior.l.nary men hare become Immune.
i MIs deadly to him.-Frum Maud Wilder
Gc..l win's "Four Roads to Paradise"
of sewing machines that have been used-some in Century.


Am Easy Lessom.
"I am suprpa.sead t. die of a broken
heart." said the l noLnlhag,'-ahtle actress.
'"Now. how am I t,. ki,"w how a per-
son with a brr-kt-n ,earl behaves?'"
"I'll tell yt-u what to do." answered
the plain slpk-kn manager. 'You study
the author of this play after he sees
your first performance of it."


LITTLETON FEMALE COLLEGE

This institution with a patronage of mo r than
200 pupils from ive different states, covering an aes
of 1000 miles in diameter desires immedLateev
pondence with any any young lady who wishes to go
oif to school. A postal card or letter will hrtlg imme
diate reply and in teresting information.
The 23rd Ann ual Session will begin on Wedninday,
Sept. 14.1904. J. M RHODES, Prs., Littletoa, p. C




WIE-


in the flower.
stay with


ABUUGITBs~


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


MlNROE & OiAMBLISS, AEEl ,
I OC"ALA, FLIM



EDWXRDS BROTHERS

AT THE CITY AIKET


Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchers


WESTERN CHOICE FLORIDA ATS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN -AW


TUELEPNOU la


SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES

Leading Hotel and Pleawe Resort a tie Eat Cot d


EVERYTHING MODERN
Homelike and Comfortable.
Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
$2 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
Address HORACE F. SIEWART,


GOODALL,


Elegant Millinery
.. , : . . ,- -_-.. . ,. .-,., .. . ,. -. '


JMA It. y. OJlPIKIJN$
Has the Finest, Most Elegant Line of the Cy

Her styles lead the world of fashion, ana always will be found
there the most exqusite production of modern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS RATIO
Aa Fw4lilve and Beatf Lane f Dim Hats Alway
in Stocke
A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.
IIIn I


A E. BURNETT


THE JEWELER


IlNE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVER

JB ELRY

AND

OPTICAL GOODS


REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


MIrchant NIL


OCALA


WORLD'S


FIvL IDA


FMR AiS


From Jacksonvil

540.65 i=I" -r 5 127.50 "-
I I


S33.90


K-, t Tr' t din sat.. dal--120895 Roond ?Itom.4se
~.y 4.-e!i ty (Ih7A. wI'Mni=7810aa Osm Ta s "js



World's Fair Rooke, SL Los


Either through Atlanta and Chattanooga or Coluabi m and AsftW
"LI.d of the Sky" route.
Only line from Florida with its own rails to St. Looau Two trams AM


Sort a line of



(FORDS AT $


R BEFORE


DONE


I


FREE DELIVERY


Opposite City Hall


out little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re-
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine ;s 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 $4 to $12.
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and WI1
son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment.
Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records for $5.


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CHEAP RATES VIA A. C. 1'..
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PAW T OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. JUNE 27. 1904.


"THE MIE TMT TREATS YOU RINHT"


WHAT KIND OF ICE CREAM

FREEZERS DO WE SELL? WELL,


ALASKA, ENOUGH SAID


H. B. MASTERS,


OCAL.Pl, F~LJT.


EVENING STAR


C. L. SITTINGER & CO.

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

C. L. BITTINGER,
Editor and Gmenral Manager.

R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Business Manager


A SAD STORY

A young wife with a sick batly s-lit
bera husband for medicine .aturdlay
night. Hubby became dazzledl tIy the"
lights of the bibulous fountains anl
was run in by the- lolice- \ hil- lhisi atix-
ious better half ipaced the* floor nith
the skk child and vainly \vait--l for th*e
medicine. A friend became' a.'ar.- of
the trouble aand put up the collateral
to have the delinquent hubby ril.'as but that person at first refused his lill-
erty because- he and face his Justly offended w if#-. Thi-
friend. disgusted with his ,-o\warilice.
told him to either go home andl take
care of his family or slay in the c.oaolu.r
till Monday. Hubby thought loo-tter of
It. accepted his liberty. fasetl the titu-
aic at home. pail his tin iin .urtl
this morning, and. it is to Itb heioi-l. ill
profllt by the experience.

FEEL IMPENDING DOOM

The feeling of impeinding doom in the
mlnds of many victims of Bright's dis-
ease and diabetes has been changed to
thankfulness by the benefits derived
from taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It
will cure Incipilent tllright's disease and
diabetes and even In the worst cases
give comfort and relief. Slight disor-
ders are cured in a few days. "I had
diabetes in its worst form." whites M:a-
rion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "1 tried
eight physicians without relief. Only
three bottles of Foley's Kidney C|ure*
made me a well man." Sold by the
Postffice Drugstore.

A committee of the trustees of St,-t-
son I'niversity has oniinotiii:te.l itr. l.in-
cotin Hulley of Bucknell t'ni'r.sit-y of
Louisburg. Pa.. too take the jla, - cf lit.
J. P. Forbes. resinel. as prt.si'.lalt "f
that institution. The trustees.%. ill i,',t
Saturday. July 2. to act upon ilh.. i,1l-
lation.

REVOLUTION IMMINENT
A sure sign of approachIng revolt ;a d
serious trouble In your system is n-i wr-
v'ousness. sleeplessness or stomach up-
sets. Electric flitters will quickly >li--
member the troublesome cauis-s. It
never falls to tone the stomach, regu-
late the kidneys and bowels. Ftimtlll:itO
the liver and clarify the blood. Run-
down systems benefit particularly :ani.
all the usual attending aches v.inish
under Its thorough and searehInc ef-
fectiveness.t electric litters is only
me.. and that Is returned If it ln't
give perfect satisfac-tion. Gtua.:t'it -
by the Anti -Monoipoly Prustore.


Laconte lpears are .ipe-aii g in thit
market. The croI. this y-.i t- i< .iu:l.
large and if a reaso+na qil pI,'i .,ii *
obtained %ill helix the f.i:arm.': ,

ACUTE RHEUMATISM

Deep. tearing or ren. hing lpalis .. -
calsoned by getting %set through. x\':-'
when at rest. or on tirst m\ o;: ::. I
imbs., or in cold or damnp w. ith,-. is
quickly cured by tall~a:'.s St,.w "ii.i-I


Thert- will b-e only seven lawyers in
tlh- luo'.r house oif th- next Florida
legislattui -.

A COSTLY MISTAKE

liunlers are sometimes very expen-
sive. Occasionally life Itself is the
price of a mistake, but you'll never be
wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills for Dyspepsia, Dizziness. Head-
ache. Liver or Bowel troubles. They
are gentle yet thorough. 25c., at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

CREAMERY BUTTER

The Carmichael and Son Co. keep
constantly on hand. receiving a fresh
supply every two days. delicious, pure
Georgia creamery butter., 25 cents per
pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37.

A STRONG HEART
Is assured by perfect digestion. Indi-
ge-stiion swells the stomach and puff.s
it up against the heart. This causes
slhorlit.ss of bre-ath, palpitation of the
hart, andi general weakness. Kodol
Dyse.iosia. Cure cures indigestion,. re-
liev-es the stomach, takes the strain
off the heart and restores it to a fu'l
performance of its function naturally.
Kodel increases the strength by enab-
ling the stomhnach and digestive organs
to digest. assimilate and appropriate
to th-le llid and tissues all oif the food
nutrinienit. Tlnes the stonm:ch and di-
g.-stive organs. Sold by Win. Ander-


PITTMAN ANlD So%
I lave jiti-t rccei\c scrtc' futirniture, at suitlinit
it will interest ,,t t,,o il 'IWI

R. D. FULLER,

DENTIST
Office Over Munroe & C
Bank. Ocala. Florida

1. E. cHACE,

DENTAL SURG
Office Unstairs Commerci
Building. Ocala. Flori
TERMS CASH


SUMMER


STYLE


Handsome line @o
goods in stock for
trousers and overcoat
We are up-to-date
terlal and worknia
A.f orders skiffllcl
FpoptlAy -rpe.4td,
fadly guaranteed.


Merchant T"


In ma-

y and
work



allor.


The Star had a j.l.-iaint call thi
motn iing from Horace Etagletn. It is 1
the first tim- Mr. Eagletoni ha.s i.-.-r.
able- to be out since last Novemtr r .li t 1 .
his friends will -- gratifitld to, kr,o h- 1
is so much strotng-r. 1 1 I


WM. ANDERSON
Asks the readers of this paper to test
the value of Kod,,l DIysi-psia Ct.jre. P
Those persons who have use4, it -in]d
who have been cured by it, du not t:-ql
itate to recomm-end it to their friends.
Kodol digests what you eat. cures indl-
gestion. dyspepsia and all stomach
troubles. It increases strength by en-
abling the stomach and dig-.tive- or- R. S. aIt
gans to contribute to the blood all of
the nutriment contained in the food.
Kodlol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and.
palatable.
President:
S.nfoid J uw tt. oni-e of th P,-.,-,fn. |
Irugstor-'". handsorn- and .l,!igin i HEq-RB RT A. FORD,
cl-1rks. I-ft teicly fd Th ,nasvill -. i; .
to se- but that weoull b.- t-1liinb. Hlef
will b- b.t.k Flilay .nl c,.-n t.-l! y,,u PLANTED GLOSSIER SEED
himself.
I' ,11'> c',\ r i,'t" Oth- n;lini-s of some o
HAVE YOU A COUGH? th- n --,,+ cei,\v.s \'ho, iplai.t.1 4Ilmos5
sier .-.- i. s,: by Tyd'.ILn.s a ld i'ompa
A dose of Ballard's Horehoun.1 Syr-. n y. iln thls it. W' Mlann at Yt,ik
up will relieve it. Have you a cold? A M%1r. *-,r-: .ni M:. M-ffe:t .it LI.,'
dose of Herbine at bedtime and fre-' e: J. M. Kn.,lc lk. M.irtin: the Ma


quent small doses of Horehound Syrup rien -'ar.s an-l J. H. Sen, e". c .ala.:
during the day will remove it. Try It J- J. Tils t L t Lake. All thtse had
for whooping cough, for asthma, for the ,-.st ,f -."sultl. Sh-rifT I.ne of
consumption.' for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe utnlt.-r ,.ur.ty .lid .-equ.lly well with
McGrath. 327 E. First St.. Hutchison. l[-n's i.Il l.ial ,tn1l I.iloin of
Kans., writes: "I have used Ballard's cc fi.n, :, i..,l .- ,','* ftdii n R .kY
Horehound Syrup in my family for five F",i! ,li .lle se-- I1 l"itiught frliln Ty-
years, and find It the best and most lllis .i. '"ll.y-
palatable medicine I ever usedl" 25.. --- -
50c., $1. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly r t ti, l.i, 't that l,-'r health
Drugstore. hih4) ,.ii..ll, 'his. E. I',, ,l to
.z.,lin i\.- uIp his iiiii.tc-rial \\ ork. l He
Mr. George Taylor. M.r. W J. i',ins- ..i, 1 iis f."il ly hilve i-ft V.'l ,s-It.k. e;I..
by's p;irtnilr at IHartwa Junction. stay-, fr' L.-x in t,,in. Ky.. h-er.. M.r. P.w.-ll
ed in (hala Sunday. on his Way frt li ill try t . c i.-;.it, ,luring the .sum-
Waycross to his place of business. i' ..!.
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SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF FIGHT WILL BE BITTER
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE Those \h ho\ ill persist In closing
For sale. 75 acres of as good land as their ears :it;inst the continual recom-
can be had in- Marion county, describ- mendatiions of Dlr. King's New l)isco'v-
e i. y _r a t .A _- 10 _#_ p .0 for* t' J t'..i i ... i tll h.a al on


ed: W, of nw-j. sec 19, tp 14, 8, r 22;
e: or lying along the Gainesville road,
about 44. or five miles from Ocala.
Here Is a chance, for It will be sold
cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star
office, Ocala. Fla.

ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
many cases of asthma that t Vere con-
sidtuied hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bue-sing.
7Til West Third St.. Daveniiort, Iowa.
writes: "A severe cold contracted
twelve years ago was neglected until
it finally grew into asthitua. The best
medical skill available could not give
me more than temporary relief. Fo-
ley's Hon'y and Tar was recoinnillht-edol
and one ,'ic. bottle entirely cured li,'
of asthma., which had been growiinLg otn'


me fotr twelve years. ani if I hal.l t:tk'-n
it at the start I woulI halve l.-en sail;tv-
N years of su4ff.riig." Sold tby the Post-
Wl1 of as- officee l drugstore.
Cr prices. -
ct it. P. FR SAL : I.aly's s;.ile >ol :l
lblainket: ,go d as blaiind ni.\. Z. Z .'
Sthminliss .
M is. s i u,-'klo-. l iin iil ,i`i ic Il:1i-
- .- i s'cI k hSi0 c c ll l<.t. 1 :i.a-isat.ilil. it"
b s elch. I'-ft this ;ft"-it n.ilin foir H 1
\V ol ll ail. l-'rllii St. I a ilis th, .y '. ill
goi to lue5ios Ang l. I-s. 'Cal.. ,,r Ici .\i ti, :i
.similiii,'"-r > itlip lin, "r I lin i ais i- lis.

HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS

al Bank One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip
La. Tickets onl sa.le te' y WVenliesdi.y aid
Saturday. ituil. I ;mit sixty .l:t.vs.
The Frist .) Systeim, in 'onn,'ctin
Swith the RIoick Island System, fro'tni
M.'n11tphis. offt-rs the best route.
SWrite for littrraituire aliil full jatiti'-
ulairs. S. I.. Pl r,'tf. ilstii, t l '.ii-.it-
E S ger Ageiit, Atllita. Ga.
J. l" lhu.-ll ,.f .\ lithciiy wh, \\V e is .
'?iedn todi.iy. '.i- t thit two.,d i. ,f t .!-
F piCe ti:s .ini cci1 oif c:iit iloeU..s th it V\ -i-
R tS j I,' t, -, l,'I.iy \ ,u ti l l ,nl" h is ti; l -


TO THE WORLD'S FAIR


AT ST. LOUIS
Tickets at low rat-s i.ow on sa:il.
For Tattinculs apIly to Mr. S. P. H y,
-. E. P. A., .M. & ui. R., Montgcnm-
ery. Ala.i

F.il- 1 1 1. I '.. ,. , ,


W. H. MAREAN, M. D NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND, Tax loed t'i:dir S,.: *..,f ,tha;.-
SURGEON ter 4 0s. La.s o. f Fio.ida.
Slpcial attention given to the treat- N .':, .. i. y .... ". : .. i
tn.-nt of Chronic diseasess and Dis- i:t:k ;.;' .. . N,
eases off Women and Children. .. ,;*. .,A .\.;.-, .\ ,.


Ocala. Fla.
i office ever Tydings' Drugstore. Of-
flc-e hours from 8 a. m.. to 12 m.:
from 2 :p. m. to 5 p. n..
h-esitden'ce--No.i Ni N i Main St r.nltw'


meant. Oscar Oleson. <,ilson cty. I.. as the Nash cottage.
writes. February I1. 1."2 "A year ago
I wasa troubled with a paint n.y 1v bick ,
It soon got 1. k bad I iou.l not W .W .Cari'alcn&.Co
over. One bottle of Pall:ar '- Sn.,%
Liniment cured me.-" r., :nI St You 1i;; find a well selected stock of
Sold by the Anti-Mi:poly Prugst.'r croceries at


In .d





~.t ''IC V.-
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,
.1 -


.Mll u


ITAE, -


R. L. Anderon,


- $50,( )OO.


Edward Hiller,


George Ford,


10 IL


Herbert A. Ford


F. L WATSON.



SMCIVER & MACKAY


Ocala, Florida


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machiney


Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Sorteys, Carriages


HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS


Building Matetials, Every Kind and Descipt


FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS


Phosphate Plants Installd Complete


;ry r or tl -i i.smm f n. wiit nave a long
:n hitter fight ith their troubles., if THE YELLOW PERIL IT C O M PA N Y
Init en t ld ;irlir by fatal termination.
Re.:,l % %hat T. R. I-:all of B,-tll Miss.. In e,.o squt-i. o.f th.- Jal;.. se vit-j *

1 p-ry s t ,l f i f. ha t tok li^ tht "'h, |l ,-i .iSie' % h. n th-
I e it-] flh- ii.itiorits- %oh* NIw tho- a eAV
; ,r. Kinels Nwh: lvnrafter virym- ,r i, ans a ol Euro**-.s are a'cus- Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now pen f or bhies i
i ti one. ha f lt e.. re tr e,.,l t bully ait,- getting very o the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Square.
,tl h. rit eli a -or trh. -,,,tir- <,te,. It u >ii b.- .i grert joke li us All Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patton's Sun Pr f Paits
M.l1.**.o qlyI )lD a-,t.r. iti,..'5 *l th 1 th. oll.l r str< "h d iCComplete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Tees of a
Ti al bottles free. l' tr :t ur plel like ,- t- t.w'theirs. Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware. Agateware. etc. Seekh D.s
l ..... and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Ran---- -
The 1:l.ti J s.y (' .n)ry ,;n supFil ) FOR A HUNDRED YEARS better; Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The L.
Ily fi.m ,,n1 ,e l t ,u t ,. t ity-iv g.il- W est Prices Will Prevail
l..ns ..f niilk I.r- ..ay. ''ti.-s ,:cn get Fr a hundred years or more Witch Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Famililriae UI
mnilk, .l:t.lh.. 1rlt. :, -fim. ..f .l;,v t:tIhezel has bt-en recognized as a super- With the Wants of the People. Your Busineo Solicited
lk, l ie North io ri-emey. but it reinained for E. :.
ly.v so.Itli?!g to th. da.iry; c'iiiKr .North .
laiki l.pt-\Witt an-d 'o.. of 'hicago, to di.s'ov-
1-'ran tklin 4t.
er how to oillnbinle the virtues of Witch
Pearl tooth wash Is the best. We ell ] with tth-r antisolitis n thK
It. Postoffice Drugstore. frin of al salve. It-Witt's Witch Ha-
it. Pto ice_ Drugstore. z-I Salve is the best salve inl the world
for sore. uts, burns. bruises an-] piles.
The high standing ,of this salve has Fint aa ss M eals
| given rise to counterfeits. and the pub-
li, is aldvise.l to look for the name
1,0r-yfttin' en the package. and aekfpt
For inner CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES
i no oriher. S.,oll by Wm. Antler.,,n.
ROUND TRIP RATES Delicious Hot Sop Daily

Wel, just phone ri- ti,,.TO WASHINGTON Dining Room open until mien igt. Pns ald
.tli tthneo cuiek attention given to special oerdes, ayhngI
,.,y,.-., h, i,,,t a ,ti c ,n ,,,ri,,tes thmali a etoffes popaa1d aor the tabkc a
leini .J1.i k.ceiih ill* tic ilasliingto i. ofters
Sx. in iionii it. J iksoniville too Wash- no *
inirton :mi:i return. $:37. Tic'kets now on
SlR-. I S i" Foia An, I w I.st indian Lim- Dumb W alter C Itn W ill Bar
t.,f." satst a dt hnl itiet all year train
,twe,,.. the ,. Kast and South. leaves Skll Coo Attracte Walt and Che V i
TheV'H get It there j-.,ksn,.ii.aIl a. m.: arrinvg Washing- Specal price to Reglar Boarder
1 -1, AtlIi lit i <.ic st ILilint- Exprr.'-s. |e-:ives
.in T. arrivc.iaqshi-. THE 0CARMICHAEL & SON G
.lT El : .,tvn l : o+?, p. in.. follow rin v ninv. W h
't, lnt i'i unity to) visit the, A.t M cG rat'v Stand
l S ,.it 's k..1 a itil At nominal TEXASM OI M C ,;ts g ilo.I to, turn it'ct,,b-r 31. Avail
u .uis.-If of t h- t i-. k.st an l,.e-st Im e.
ltfMILWAY.j {Bth tr;:tins :ir I'ullm;an draw'irigT &
i ooirn sle -p.-rs. Jacksonvilli- to \W i t,:-
ritizt,,n. Fliri.l.i ; ia!i Wtest Indian Lim-
The Great Eastern t ..rri.s i'uliin inn-st dining cars
and Western Line ,,!.,h to? V ishin-tin.
W.V H. i t. ahy. Div. Pass., Agt..Savani- L-
Across the Entire States of nh. 4a.
T.C. Whit-. P. P. A.. T.mtrna. Fla.Fie Carrg ,
II. I M Ern-tson. Traffic M.:inigpr, Wil- Fine Caris aps
TEXA Ond LOUISIANA Ii"gt" .N. "n, 'D mmens, ryal s, ddle Hoe et.
W\. J. ':.i 4;. ,;,n. ';Pass. Agt.. W ilming-


toll N. C.


Direct Line to

NORTH TEXAS
NtW MEXICO,
ARIZONA
and
CALIFORNIA

S:; E. T : lr \ \
E. P. TURNER


THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS
W. L. Y.n, ey. P.,iu, ah, Ky., writes:
S1 h.il a s.-v.-r i.- ,f kidney -jis'-.ise-
:tnil th'.- of th- bt-st physii plans in
K-t'.'u'ky kt:-ateli me \thout success.
1I t1 .r. t.-ok -F..-y' Krin-y Cure. The
.: t.";-- c.:- rt.- immediate relief.
f : T.1;- !,',tt:-' u- p rrimanent-
. 'y. I e ;,i ; :- .. r::rm-..l tffl, w'.'l-r-
: "'.' r*'.-: .y." ? ;r l 'y th- Pos.taffi, e


General Passenger Agent >"'.


Dallas Texas.


WV HI T]'S

Cream Vermifuge

f THE GUARANTEED
% sl A s tm


i N".\NTEIE ", "., a 3 r'.l 5-rwom
,* L'- It;.-" l-- .. ct-, :,, City.. and
.'.,.- .... .. + ,'.. [ iir' a t thi0


SUED BY HIS DOCTOR
.. .- si-d me for


FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSES


Horses and Moles for Sale. Horses
Boarded by theMoath at Special Rate.


J. R. MARTIN & CO.


J.

0,


Wl


M. MEFFRRT. J. H. TAYLOAR.


Dala Ice& Packing Co

Have the neatest and most p-to-date Ice wmk-
ting plant in this section, andmas l tio, a
tuning out the purest, hardest and chapct e.
TH co THE BU. EWAOS.

ATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS


dvi6TI i dI6


.\LIUAc


Emmommummommob


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I to 07 B I. I. 'I,, % N-'.% F. I'


Of tCA


CM I FR M 4=r C), Ft 65 z


gy,


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OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY. JUNE 27. 1904


Ice ctld Butter-Milk at Taylor's.
Thirst-Quenvher at Taylor's. Ice cold.
Telephone 11, if you want painting

Champagne Mist at Taylor's. La-
dke' favorite.
Mrs. W. T. Cole has returned from
Latta. S. c.
Unadulterated Pepil-Cola at Tay-
or'a. Try It.
Tuttl-Frutti cream at Taylor's.
Taylor-made.
Fruit Frappe cream at Taylor's.
Taylor-made.
Nervola. ;renadine and se-veral new
drinkM at Taylor's.
Red Rock Ginger Ale. in pints and
quarts. at Troxler's.
T.e most elegant display of candy
i tom at Dame'.
William H<-ker has re-turned from a
visit to Lee tlurg.
Three flavor of icet- ream in stock
all the time, at Taylor's.

A full lin*e of To;b:t'<' Tydiegs l and 'Cormi;.any's.
Best work in painting and paper-
hanging done by Sternherger.
Mr. J. J. Tipton has. bought Mr. M.1-
Cranie's fine that- and buggy.
When li doubt, moke the Milo Deyo
eS. cigar. All principal dealers.
Mr. andl Mir Harry V'larkmon visited
Jackwnville Saturday and Sunday.
For reliable painting and papering
see J. Starr Sternietger. phone 116.
Work done by Sternberger In paint-
ftg and paIl-ring guaranteed.
Miss IA-,.gi ilitcht of Itlitclhtou iS tilt
fgutst of Mis'4 Ml.iel ltittifiger.-

It( of station-imy anid sta tioners' sup-
pilel. just reeit-ieil. lt Mrs. 4'. t*. T.. front her daughter. Mrx. Gr'-en of Ken-
turky.
Geri 's Witch Hazel Soap. best for
hard water. Try it. Postoffice Drug-

Mrs. Itoy It.agan lI-ft ttihs aftl-rnome
for W~-st l.hstir. I'a.. where' shite will
pass tilh sullmnler.
Hire's IteNt It.-er. ;inigerale andt
Ra mtuIserry:.le' in pint lIa>ttIes. lt'., iat
Trtoxlsr's.
It is thouil ht that .iMrs. Wigg off
the 4'abiagn.' I'.mth'" w ill .il'pat in this
city 'ridlay tight.
Lavender. for keeping nioths out of
your woolen goids. Nothing else to
good. l'otoffke Drurgstore.
Misses Slhelle'y ;aini I'.e:my Soutt-r ,of
11par'r at- visiting the-ir aunt. Miss
i-'annii'
For Pr.tection ag.tainmst loss bl.y frlue'.
call sati I l tt. reilt .statt. alat insur-
ance. asla. iFla.
Mi'i S.eIli*' '.'amp i ill co.niplimne'nt
her guest. Miss l-:linr Ct'sseiiy. w thmi ;
danit'C. Tuesday night.

Nothing as geod for connolseurt as
SGirand Royal 1 principal dealers.


J. J. Williamts. th builder. who,
been sick for the last t1wo ,c'ks.
able to bt- out today.
Tydings and C'omtpanty exhibitled
terday il froi-t (of ti,-ir store two


WEATHER FORECAST WATERMELON SOCIAL
Washington. June 27.-Fair tonight: The Epworh L-.igu- will .ve ; ,.,i-
partly cloudy Tuesday. teir mnlon st ial Tuel-a.Ly \-ning at the
resident, of 5.1-. .an .Mrs. W. H. Cl'rk.
T. W. Troxler, Agent for Huyler's A short literary pr,,grmir will b.e rrn-
Candy. Fresh Shipments Received idered, b.-ginrin.ii :it -r i.k. All the-
Weekly. fri-nds of th"- L-:tgu.- a".- invit-,l to be


Messrs. R. S. Hall and B. H. Sey- r Isent.
mour will leav.- tomorrow for Ja.tkson- DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
vlile on important business.
By lo'.al application. as they cannot
Fresh milch cows kept on hand for reach th,- .-!sased portion-o" the ear.
sale the year round. Parties wishing There is only on- way to cure deafness.
a good milch cow. or a carload of them, and that is by institutional remedies.
will save money by calling on D. M. I-afnr-ss is ause.] by an inflamed con-
Boney. edition of the muous lining of the Eus-
tachian Tube. Wh'-n this tube is in-
Mrs. V'inrent Mosdly of Palatka. who tlarned you have a rumbling sound or
is visiting Mrs. E. P. Moody in this ci- imrnperf-.t he-aring, and when it is en-
ty. w ill i-ave soon for New York state tirely close-Id deafness is the r-sult, and
to lpetid th-e summer. unless the intiarmmation can be taken
out a;nd this tube restored to its nor-
I have a few choice lots. 9x2ro0 feet, rmal canldition. hearing will be destroy-
one-half block north of Oklawaha. Just -.l fore-vr. Nin- .tase out of ten are
back of the houses of dG. T. Maughs and aus-d! by C'. 1 trh. which is nothing
A. G. Gates. Price very low. F. W. but an intlim,.-,d condition of the mu-
Ditto. cous s-rvices.
1W'e will give One Hundred Dollars
Dr. Walter Hood w.as c all-ed to Gra- for any case- of I;-afne-ss (,:cus+-d by
haniville Sunlday, to pr-scrib-. for John c'atarrh* that ',annrot b.- cured 1by Hall's
Sewell. who is suff-ring from typhoid o*'atarrh i'ur.-. St-nd fr circulhars. free.
fever. F. J. <'ht-n-y an,! 'o,.. To!.do, 0.
---- Sol4 by druggists. 75.
D. M. Boney has just arrived with a Halls Family Pills are the best.
carload of fine young graded Je-rs-ey -
cows, all fresh in milk and first 'lass. t'Capt. FranIk I'o.s.-r iin l his .a!i.'ul-
milkers. They can le soeen at his harns, tula;l iin!pldeoi*-ints a;!., iti t,.-\w lilua!ti-.
corner North Franklin St. oi.posit. J.hs l 1..rJ L .t s !\.i*:v st.-
-. -.-.. -- -- bl,-. wh*-i'" th,- p ntiitil '.ila tiin \\n1l |,,
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Andl.-rson will eive- ld to s.-. his. f i.-nis.
an euchre party il honor of their
dlaughte*rs. Misses Mary and! Rebet-a.
Wednesday night.

WANTEI)-Sawmill men to try the
Emerson Varlable F.-sed W%'orks. Guzar-
Emerso Feed Guar Dame, the cream man. has fitted up
anteed to save its cost in thirty days.hi-e.h r aman, hatt i
h|s cream parlor in a manner that will
Address. The Florida Iron and Wod m r
Works. Apopska, Fla.. J. W. Emerson., make his rom ivery aeltable to
Manager. those % ho are seeking summer refresh-
ments.
Messrs. R. S. and T. V Hall of Ocala !
n . '.Ra 4 f ,,.l ., Rd', Ttok Ginger Ale at Taylor's.
and J. W. Baird of Floral City will I-.- ok inger Ale at Taylor's.
passengers on the Southern Railway's v
"naval stores special" to the Word's -
Fair next Thursday.
WANTED-Man under 3., years of /L
age from 'cala. with fair -tiuc.atiton, to,
pore-la:r for lucita ivm iic i i--Il |'osl-
tiUo le-gini witli samlaly or f $kl,. with i
ilncreas. as l.e4s-'rv"led. 'Wriite at on1ei4,
i. .4 .. It.ox 357, 0 'redar ltaleidls. la.
MIrs. %Vallavew Ke*'ls' v and i -hil-i r irt hi of
lin't Tatnlpa. wiit ar*- visiting iti the I
Fellowshiip neighmborth.l. \\>rt- irmti g test A
of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Haye.'raft Sun-
day. TO THE RESCUE
-- The he-lpless are rescued by the able-
(in Thursday and iFridlay r.ily-to- T bodied. The strong should cart- for the
wear hats and am fe'w dress hats at cost. weak.
Mrs. Minnie A. tostick. We'll c.tro for you and yours at the
.- .--- - right time.
The St. Augustint. e-t'cor'ld published AN INSURANCE POLICY
in full Miss Anni<- Al, itthy's v;all.ldi.'-
toty'.. ,delliv.'r.',i a I lhe .ontfl f ST. '. f. . I timt,. \V'.'d like to tell you about ainy
of ,t. Joseph .1adi*lny. .and umuadl a
S-litsntit of h kindl of insurance in whieoh you are in-
complilnt.ntury editorialal mention of the
t 'rs*llm.t't. t.-rested.
HALL, RAWLS & WHEELER
The handsomest line o' buffets chi- Ocala. Florida.
na c-losets. dining room chairs and ta-
bles. rocking chairs. reception chairs,
ets.. that this portion of *he state has THE I
ever seen just received by Mclver &
.,'a'Kay.


A S. A l's-i s'nt. ft"r a: lotg timt' main-
ager of ht- I 1:iti g>'-nlaIh i 'lhI osph;late
'so.. hIas go'n- on .t l isit to his old hoient
in Englnd..
Lets 1telx204 In It.'lton's subdllivisiton .
FIintst l.'ati.on in town. Price re-
dutcetd ito $'2o to $3.s",. Thevy go in a
hurry. Call ton Ditto. Merchants' block.
S 1.:ala. -Fla.

IMr. :and Mrs. .1- Itrown Il.ft today :
fo'r 'Ch.ttatl.oog.. i'Ion whr'- thy will
i go to .Li,-k Springs. Ind.. t o pa:s tthhe
Ilan., t'r.

REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,
DENSMORE. HAMMOND
TYPEWRITERS
-Just Received at-
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY


term lions. weighinll 44 attd 31 ilpounds


resibet *tively. They it.' rimiswd lb%- the iMil I..- L W Ji '. ks. it llit ,11111%.il l-Iii~~
pl~iedtdbv Tdingis and CI .mpany. h Ii $tuI'


We Are Stil HtaAing.
and supplying builders with the very
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
pose. While the demands of our cus-


DAME:

The Leader in Ice Cream
WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION
The oricini.itor of the
VELVET BRAND
Any ,,*'.r or fl.ivor.
Orre,-rs fti'd on tln:tiad in iiy >quan-
tity desired. '



~I4j T~


Sh--iffT Nug-nit ha.s give-n his ofti.' ;t
of n ;I, .l 1. I h.1uli c An d ;i.d .1 1.'\ % .. ,', t
," \\.wll I,.."e. It ,looks ve-ry nI.t. le

Large lot eof new grapiholphone re,-
ords. Li:te-st st-letions. just it-,-ived at
th"I H'eala Furniture ('oinplany.

Mi [iss Pauline .Mixsin. of M.rs. lt,,s-
tit k's miillint-ty stor,-. %will l.-a\t, in .
few Iays s.for her honme- at Williston. W h v
We have just received a large ship-
ment of Tablets and Envelopes of all ; recei
sizes and grades; also all kinds of Sta-
tioners' supplies. Call and get prices. be lrI
Ocala News Company.
%Mr. Jam:tns Bates. a promI'llising young ,ite
fatitmrer of the Mtart-l s.'.t-ion. will act--
rcpt the- thanks of the Star for a boun-
tiful supply of tie- ,.antalouiil's. .

STRAYED OR STOLEN THIS IS A
From my yi.1 rd, about two wt-eks asgo.
a big whlit, L an,' liver oloIr'-.ld lt)intter
' g amins\\-.ers to tli, n.Iir.in of "lDick."
I.t- r'l ; i for his t titinit or infotlIllation
if his wh Ire;1i allounts. 4'.4orge- Mac:Kay.
June 17, 19u4.
IDr. E. 'Vali Ho, is niow enjoying the CO| N A
sights aind inv-estigating the surgery of t
ti-', I'ictti'r-squoli i ,I a nd ier nt city of Vi-
"nii.,. thi capital of th Aist ro-H1tng t-
rlain l i:lm ire.

FOR SALE
A we-ll -staIliishe milliine-ry lusi-
n-ss andt sl.)t k at I IDulinllnm. cheam; p fI'or
.lsh. Apiply to .Mis.. Minni.. A. Isostick.
htala. Fla.
overr'or !lr<1 t 1o1.r\\n1 d ill >o1tn., to T
i .la. soon. teo I,'. oe hlt' li-t r at'lt|ailt-
**1 \with his f ierntis hl .

Melver and MacKay have just re-
eived some of the handsomest ladies' :
I"sks ever seen in Florida.
.A I;. < ;.itqs i s i, l-.'tinIL t a tlire.. ov-
.,-,. t\\<.-hllrs. \ g:,,tl f, th,' aipsi..<. wi
it is built s.o that t o I per.sos c.n
'-"**' in II .;. I 'y .ill ii '.-- -~ii-s tr tt
--|-- 4.,-
The excellent cigars n:made by Charle.s
Pleysr. the Milo Deyo and (Irand Roy-
il. can be had at the )Ocala News Co.
"'T h In bll .l-: s ,>f til- .)l, I 't -s arl if,-.< ,i .
llt mtin tha.-Itiis -s in trim to b-: one *
,I ti. t ,l\\ i e.,, nxi..s ," se t:stt t .>i..!.is ',
ih:iT ill .lt* nt l th. ni.itin, il i t, int|,-
ll'!:t Aind milit.ny x' i ts. V.t.. i ll B i l,-r.i1


.\A~ gosy. S -.:rt Set .i! .\insl ..'.
M .s|.-. in... fr July. .in t r'.- ,-i., *y
T. I'. \Villia : ,s' ,! .1 W .itin s .siinI.

A BAD STATE OF AFFAIRS
S.\ry .n 0l llLh .io: 1 \\ ,it nl !it
.: ri. >' ite e' ,t l ii l i t- e si t at i'I' i ,;!

; ,,-T;i ,, th i'y is *-s;' n si. lii f,,r
S!,- n.- t. t h- ,pu !''i. h- t h'
HAY Fe'tot SALE --At T7. -iits per
u.'.dre.! \-i x ht. S. IH. S. :it.skill. Mc-
:nI.,sh. F:a.
V 'h. h.l I' ;:.- '.: !' a-

PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBER
-M..a: !.h.,',! -" ';,, t ha- -r ',!: .,r 7
|.:. ;.:.t- T'. -. "';::- .s a ,:,:-t.-k-. tH --
S : .


. \\- .1 t :;.-. . : < .:.- .. I'

'. '.' -.


THAT TIRED FEELING
S If .u are e. : -; Sti ,nl n-

S." e . .
-;s ,, ', : II--:lx \ a s-


Fhmueh Sleeners and Dinine Cars


THE


The


aoe


AV A


is


C)CCUS1111"ICES


OON'T FORGET
*';y election f,.r bon.ls July 1'. K.--,
the '.a :n mi r, It is ar. I'n;m -rt:aint
Slti.ttL-r to t-ery tax payer.

WANTED-Toung man from C.aa.t
.or vicinity. with fair lusin-As. alil!ity.
willing to work. to pr-pare for go,<*I
government ios.ition. Enti anc;- sal.ry.
$' n"'. rt.ilual .romoti-,n : '-.itlion
--nrmanent. A'Dlr Ws. '. D. V.. Kox I.
'*-,lar R;tpids. Ia.

Mr. M-i'ranie has bought Mr. Tip-
i ton's two, .,ts in th- s,..onil war-I ::.e.tr
! Dr. lzlur's r-silden ,.
FOR SALE-Acclimated Jersey mio'h
cos, with young calves: also lititel,
number of Duroc pigs. If you want
fancy stuff of the highest brtee.ing you
can get it from H. H. Whitworth,.
Ocala. Fla.
A!-x .M1rh'-.l c'amie homut- Sun 1iy
f, omI: 'r.a;ngef l.k,. Wlhert- h- h.al Ie--i
1-iing sr n surveyi g for Mr. l>-ri
S"h. mrb..- s.

FOR SALE-Cheap, for cash. a corn-
I plete set of Encyclopaedia Pritanica.
full sheep binding. Apply to Mis. J. C.
Porter, or to J. H. IBenjamin, Star
office.


8AI


lust bought out a large factory in New York, and

red 100 dozen of the prettiest shirts that have eve

in Ocala, and as we boht these at ha cost, we

d to sell them at half price.



BOOD CHANCE TO SUPPLY YOUR WMAI E WITH

SHIRTS FOR A YEAR AT A SMALL COST


D MAKE YOUR SELECTION,

BEuonE HED UIE IS B1EM


EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


Ma-ker of the
'Aakerp of the


-0-
CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor
Ocala. Florida.


CARMICHAEL


SON CO.


'Zde"Oud 67 thr SIM&


ci
Cil


lal


ib


&


"ED'S PLACE"


McGrath's Old Stand


VWJBT SZ33D00 954yP7ALB.m


Rebuilt and Newly Furnished
I.:- \VW ,.-- ,f A:l K.::s- f.r F.m. l y l I'-'-. Hiigh ; W. WL',kies. Brandiles.
i:--.-. r S. i ].,t,. f,.r F.n.:y Ti.i.. TL, Pu! ,-- 'i' r.s Obtainable Are?
K-- i.v I-'.. pk:;- l r T-c..-:s. ',u:t -*, s Tr- trn r.t Assnr -l to All.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL ERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS


GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT
A .:. :- ***k ,f *,;'. ,-r!-"- W .*h Fr-- l'-::v'-ry. Sp-rial Atten-
n ,, -, " -
\V- 1.. .' L.- I. ,*:-*- M .. ': :-: i:.- in th"- ~ t. Ail 'r,!-r. Fi'.ij on Re-
'n T. n


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


Mi


aI


The Biggest Values in


0
MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5e. Cigar


-0--


and


GRAND ROYAL


OPERATES
Double DailyTrains
Carryln Pallmas nSlperpr, I'afe
ar (aa earte) and Chair
Cars (seats tree).
Electric Lighted Throughout
BETWEEN
Birma mMeta ,M iN msd Kamas City
AND TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, Ok Mlltea ad InduTerritories
AND THE
Far West and Northwest
TINOlG SLEEp1IG CAN SERVICE FROM THE
SOUTHEAST TO MIEPHIS AND
KANSAS CITY.
ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
Emeursion tickets from Atlanta. Ga.. and
irmlnatbam. Ala., to pnlast In
southwest ona ale first and third
Tuesday of each moath.
Descriptive literature, tickets arranged
and through reservations na.de upon app.;-
cation to
F. C. CLARK, TRAv. Pass'* ACT..
ATLANTA. GA.
S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
ATLANTA, GA.


HAVANA CIGARS
In Five Sizes


Pure Rye
old because it is
old. R It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "written down
old with all the
characters of
age" -melow-
ness. ripeness,


~IOI


MEN'S


SHIRTS


Ever heard of


Nil


v


STORE


11


H- - 1












PAG FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY. JUNE 27. 1~4.


KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE

Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific
Railroads
First class round trip tickets ro San!
Francisco and Los Angel-s. a,' mount the
iKnight Templars conclave. September
5-9. 1904, and Sov*-r-ign Grail Ifdg-
I. 0. #'. F.. September 15-2., 1914.
Tickets on sale from all southeastern
points August 15 to 27. in clusiv-, an.]
August 2S to Sel,tember 9. in, lusive.
The two short-est and T-est lin'-s from
New Orl-ans. Kunsris ('itvy r >,r. ih.,
through to the Pacific' *'cast.
Ask for particulars. J. F. Van R-ns- :
salao-r. general Agent. 13 Pe:t.htieo St..
Atlanta, Ga.: G. W. Ely. T. P. A.; R.
(". Bean, T. P. A.


Lin


WOLD'S FIR RATES

First class excursion rates to St. Lot


and Return:

$45.55, final return limit, Dec 15

$38 final return limit, sixty days

$30.55, final return limit, 15 days

Special ten day coach excursions at very

low rates
Through sl eirs from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and
Iloulvill- andl N:?shvill- I1 It. :nI "D ixi,- I'lyr'" r For furthl.r infomination st-e F. J. Hulo-r. Agent, Ocala.






Vacation Days in



COLOORADO


1v T-ry 1i.nIlitiot. %hih thah t;ikm s f4or il',.isure, whether
hlixiu. iuois-' Sky" iln th,. *' lir:il ltti M. t aiiins. It is the
iii:tu l ilI.,a. eiail fi lhi'_ v. e;ai ,,n-ilI' r-t inag fIg roIi
thins s '. i Itllisti;St d lit'L i uituir st-ent fr-" l iti


Through Sleeper service From
Rt I A nlm a Md UAmnklm hi ua Fwav Da


A FRIGHTENED HORSE
Running like mad down the street,
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
other accidents are everyday occur-
rences. It behooves everybody to have
a reliable Salve handy and there's none
as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Burns,. Cuts. Sores, Eczema, Piles dis-
appear quickly under its soothing ef-
-- fet. 25c.. at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store.
~- i
*5.'>?i-acr+ splendlid f.irni, cuttate-, \vell.
S larni. suttr hous,;- 4o ;ie.s in ultiv'i-
tmnti. balance woods, %ith S,>im"e g'o- l
timba-or. Nice small lake. Very line
locwiataion for general farm. stock r:sis-
Sing, -t'. Near (Oxfor.d. I'l.. Prict'. $75..
S H.ilf It i.sh. A bh arg.tin. I'.ill on '. W'.
IS lDitto. roon 12.' Mer-hants' l!o.k.


CURES OLD SORES
"Westmoreland, Kan.. May 5, 1902:
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.: Your Snow
Liniment cured an old sore on the side
of my chin that was supposed to be a
cancer. The sore was stubborn andl
would not yield to treatment, until I
tried Snow Liniment, which did the
work in short order. My sister. Mrs.
Sophia J. Carson, Allensville, Mlffin
county. Pa.. has a sore and mistrusts
that it is a cancer. Please sendl heor a
60c. bottle." Sold by the Anti-Monop-
oly Drugstore.


SEABOARD


Ati LINE RAILWAY


Special Rates


Last Excursion to West Florida and
Return This Season
Lake City, $3.23; Live Oak, $3.73:
Madison. $4; Montitello, $4..,I; Tallla-
hassee. $4.50:; Quincy. $.; River June'-
tion, $5; lainbridge., ;a.. $3. Tickets
on sale for night train only of June 27;
final limit. July 5.
$6-SAVANNAH, GA., and return.:
Tickets con sale ftor night train only of
July 1; filal limit July 12.
$8-COLUMBIA, S. C., and return.'
Tickets on sale foer night train only
of July 1: final limit July 12.
!3.. _- I_'.'-r. c lKA'l cl ARK and


- I

KNIGHT TEMPLARS-
ODD FELLOWS

The Last Opportunity of the Year to
Visit California
l|:giniiiir. August 13., lola continuing
daily too S'ltu-mb,.r i. rounl trip tickets
Sill -.. s.1. on ;cunt o,,f the above
cilvel'tion.s tfrInli all poiilnts in tlhe
.v.uttlih.ist to either Los Ang.'oes ir
Sailn F'rztlcisco at xtlit llrnl 4.ly low rttes.
i ilh final l iii t irn limit >clol)oer "3.
Tickets \will pl-rinit of ten day.s stop
over at St. Louis. :isld llow hoailer the
privilege otf r,,ilt r oine ioute and re-
t utnini aq niot h-r with-ut additional
cost. *.xc-.it that tickets riftu'ning via
I ilhl1i1,1t. :in a dlitional -hl irge of $11
will l n aid..
Th'.- l'ri,' ..-Ioc'k IslamiI Syst,-*ns off-
fer ex>t-lh-lit ron.mt in 'ith'-r direction.
\'i ite f,,r ia lt,,. ,l,.- :ind full inlor im tioii in :i let us plan
your trip. S. L. Parrott,

AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
If you want t** '-t uip eaily and feel
goo'l all 'lay tiak, a Little- Early Riser
4ior t'%,i at I.l, time. Th.se famous lit-
tl,- pills ril;ix tile iie.v-s, '"iveP quiet
rest andl r'-fli oshing sl.',P. with a genl-
tl, niov e nlii.t of t 1i.' lsiI wells alboutlt
lbre.;kf;ist timne. 'V. 11. I ov."ll l Hous-
tcon. Tex.. s;iys "I:.,ilv Risers are the


return. Tickets on sale Wednesldays hi.ih hat', etc." Sold by Win. Ander-
-77 LOW RATES ALL SUMMER anal Saiturdays; limited so days. S ,,,
.... __$-S ..5 -lHItT SI'ItlN, ;S, ARK.. :ia lr, ae-
turn. Tickets ,i sally Weasi' s',i. y.VS\ j T .N i I)
GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT ian! Satlura'kys. Linited -1.) days.. \ ht \ ; II t,
;,,. I', es. Agt.. Ist. Pa ss. :Agt1r., $19.::,e-NA. lVII. E:." TFNN.. and re- lt 1't" l t"ii.. I o
l.iittl ,, rk Ark.. Atlanta. a. turn. Tickets ton sale June 1 '. 1 ;, 2,,. :"hh.n ,, ; e ., c t\ li,,,\..
July ?, 4, 5; liait.ed 1. days from l date ,W lt -ilijr ';ilt ln. pitt in ;il
of .le. Ext lensison obtainablhe ti \; r,, ta ;l n ,l ,,ijll ,ItItIil. \.1-
,.i pt nil.m ber 3 ,. cIr'll'l'.. \ it ll l., 1. ..1. ,-TI'SCA.'l(OS.. ALA.. and re- t. s r'.
tuin. Tickets on sale Junet 14. 1.'., I.i';
-1 21, OA A and Jualy 4:l ilitl- to) WORLD'S FAIR RATES
1 'laysi froom date. s1f sill'. Ext ,an-
site obtin.,le to ,tnhor ;0 1 Via L. and N. R. R.


18 TO IARIESTON Iu RETURN "- ""<""'""oo 5" ;ttsl"'en '"" 1.
The ATLANTIC COAST LINE will sell for train I .Ixtn. lt:n to ecltml, $. lit it ;, i.s.s.
No. 78, JWy Ist, ticets from Ocala to Savaah, Ga., Sa.1d etuArn. Ti'ck.-ts en sNi.'. IN.y 1 ii.il ... h i .x, .is. 82:1. n'-
anmd eturn at rate of $6, and to Charleston S. t 11. Ctnen 1i11t ,, ,Ii..\s ,,ni.,1 ....i nf ie.
tourn at$8. Al tickets good untl July 12th $2:;.2 ,I--:XcEN.'l ,.LI'K SI'.,;. .IND,.. 'i"-" "'i* T",' .-:.- a.i Th':silys
o,, ,.I .-.ti ,, 1' i.,-1..c k t 1., T.IG- l i 'i in .oIool.'.


SAVANNAH $6


I I


UULUmDIA -We ,--- , *-
gles. J. Starr Steraber.ge

0O V ER T H E E n Il)w rate" and ea- y terni. Go-o lot
S30 to Sl40. near In. Call on Ditta
8Flne roe shad every other sya
Tomnpkins' stall. No. 10. city marbt
Going Fi.st-Thi lots ina 9rWer-
in' suilbdl. isln. Prii-e $30 to $40. Ca
on 1tto.
*Call at the Us aJweoroe a or
fortable lodging and beard at rse


AIR LINE RAILWAY* lee cream of all flavors every
at Tompkins and Brooks lie cram

Tickets on sale only for train leaving aRde. and eno "ourse
FOR RENT-Three 2-rooua hIme .:
Ocala night ofJuly ist. itwo 3-room houses; one 4-room hns:
Passengers to be handled special from "!m ." J sl" ."
ger.
Jacksonville to Savannah and .,.,,, at W. C. Wil,,gby* s
Columbia, returning by regular trains on ,A
or before Keep In memory that the M
House furnishes meals at the followlu
hours. from 7 to S. from 12 to 1. and
ll ULY 12910 4>
JU2 "For comfortable lodging at reason-
J4 llN D4 ZIER. Agent. W. W. Ct)NDFOX. City Ticket Agent table ratet-call at R. J. Xelson's. Nortb
S.Ocala. Florida. MNlagnolia St. Everything kept nl eX-
A. 4). M.\I'INRLL. A. P. A.. Jactksonville. Fla. iet-llent order.
--
SNext Friday night, the .exc.ursion via
1,U irj Fl j.,,.,.4 f!mthe7 S. A. 1. le;IVeS for Savannah and
Florida East Coast Rye "lu'i i." Thr "' w-ill be the time to
Sjvisit the s,11 'Palnetto State and enjoy
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Efect Jem 4,1 904. ts elihtful ..nry .ini b.bny air.
WUTIIMUM-MA- ..OW.. .ggm.m M *-- I A. W. Walker. formerly in the em-
-- - -- ploy of L reren. has o|ei-ne--l a first-
DaBIy. ~ ISTATII. | &l l. t4 birlier shop ne-xt to Pa.rker's rev-
*P' Lv.......... .......... Jae t :*. ........ t. ur nt. re r the th .. A k
4 11 ......................... Jmeharavli................ l. 1 i ,, 'rk *hae in fin style. Give him a
ST. U l ...................ig rg.~'il........ ..... l C" 410a
.9L.Aniatai-- ................ ... e:'l.
i . .... ............ .. ..
lp U U lAr .......................Ple... fl ..... .. .. .. .... L m I *F. Mention. the hustling grocer. has
apU Lv ........................ t ............. .....Ar' enlarged his busainesm and i. ready to
St *O p!& .........***- ......... Matee .........................Lv, S t si'upply the p,.bllc in choice groceries
S.. .. s Lv. ................ ....kIam ale ..... .A Usi.. . drinks. .e nfet lonery
S1 .................. ....1 ... .a.... M ietc. Fr.-e ,!liv>rvry %aigon. Vour or-
*t -.......................... . ........ ............ Is
.Po pS Ip !de.r .-,liaitd. Iron building. South
S* p ..... .... ....... ....... .r es......... ..... ......... der solicit Iron bui ing. Sout
................... M Wain street.
do V ,****-*-* *... 4 .
S ........ ....... r .... .. ;reen, the lightning shaver. CaS
10 U| Tp:* .... ... .........................ll e 1 1 p ;and try his shave and hair cut and you
St o . .. .... ... '..... .... .............. W ill always come. Shave. lc.;: lbair
i p .. ...... ......... ......... ..... .. I .I eut. 25.'.: honing razor, 25r.; concave
si S ,; ....... .......... ........................ W l razor. 7.5c. All work first clasL N
Oa . . . ........ L se ............................. .Se 1 1
S............ .... P .. ......................... long delays: two chairs. Next der to
S.......... ........ .... ... .......... .... ................. Alberstine Smith. on W est Broadway.
47? ..... ..... ............. Se m ........... .... ...........4. 5
4 l 7% 4 ... .... ... .......... M ...... ..................So&p
10 4 p ............ ........ ...... Io .........................14 -
I 17 1 p p P ...... ........ t r ........................... : ,*
a 1 k7a. p ................. ...... w h i..... ... ............
S ::::::::::::::::............ :::...... i s ::::::::::::::::::: A Coly Bw .
S' ............................. ...... ....... V S oa -b a g
S 0 a p ... ......... ............. me Cly............................ V g
Io0S O p.Ar.......... ....... i Iam ........................ LvI T e aI Have In stock one of the S est ansrb-
21-- - ---#.-_ # U-16.2-


Nev. J. IL A. K gmnar. d

Wanted-A weU diser. J. OSWrN
Sternberger.
*!" No. : slngles cbeaa3 J. 3t
Steruberger.
M { j Several new cottages for ret. Ji
Starr Sternberger.


ments of sultings for olMly uM
ever presented to the Oeala Ipub.
Style and fit guaranteed. Clean,
dyeing and repairing neatly doae. hS
and winter suitings to your UlikIl
Best suits for the money in towa. 3i
section solicited. No. 3, North Mafi
St.. two doors aorth oe Ocala Me-




& ridaRy
"Swamm R tr Raub."


D121- Flyer Quae l S


These TTime hl AN- show tib timol at whe
ftrum the *veral *taUriois, but tkeir arrival or di


Don't m i this oppoto it the "Forest City" .... ......i ;..... ........... .n... ordo.theCompany hold tuelf*,*g, a- ble
StT [T) 24So iliclusiv :; lhnit-d ti Ali ut 11.' .l. l, i i i' it...< fi.t 'thear rm.
with its SUbrban resorts-Thaudetbolt, "The Casino" !l f. .ATL\.-riT.' and Tybee, and Charleston "By-the-Sea," and the Isle of tiu .,T I. ',tc on sa .1 ,i, July II I i.-'" o o,,.E .oo Ia
Pals, and entoy yourself. No tickets to be sold from i,. limited ,to July 2::. ,. .... 12, **,, T. TIO
Iaeaonvtlle proper. Never was there a cheaper and more ::2.' lti:KA si.'IS s.I .\l:K.. aid ;.l.P I'\,'k..,,,D. RA. : A .t. en-. Pam
ddlhlu.l trip offered. Notice '*arefuly the trains and t.., Ti. .Lks ,,n s'.- ,il'. *: ,, :,' 1..'.: .' - ---.
dates for which tickets will be sold. i; 'IuI\,- lliits-t t,,. Auist 7. I.,,i ',.


ill f, .111ti.111.11call


I it Iw!i A -c


MISS I I ca \c xI iI


l't'WiT1Tl 1,1" J'L.Y RATE'. Ti. k.-t!
\\ ill I". s-il 4 i July '. J .t 1 4 Ti .ii

,ii;ts i il.t ter:'it,: y s ,i4uti f th.
j o liio .inld I. al.nin t, .ti .l e ,.. t ,f th !,.
M ississipi riv-rs. in, luii!. St'. .L-i-
is. M> i .it >.t'r an I ,t,'-ttli;.: :'
.:xt, tl'e hliut ,,f .ill t;. k'et. J .y .
1'.,4.
ST'31MI-l Ti,'I'IST TICKETS ".
'. ,t i;.! I i; te ', t ,,..i :"- 1 i '., .
$45.55-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RE-
TURN
Ti, kets ,in sale daily. benni:-.g AT'ril
"'*. Timr :, to I^'V.' Tn ,,e:* 13. r--:.;:ni:,g.
$38-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN
Tikkt'ts :on sate !,,,Iy. 1-girniniT A.;:'il
7,-: i:ni;tel retu:ninzg t',. days frer.
date of sale.
$24.20-CINCINNATI, 0., AND RE-
TURN.
Tikets o. sa.!e J-;ly 1', and 17: limlt-
,1 rturtnir:.g to July 23. Extension


THROWN FROM A WAGON


SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE

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NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL
ASSOCIATION




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Atlantic. Coast Line


TIME TABLE IN EFF

DEPARTURES

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


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


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


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

TRAIN NO. 49.7:10 A. M.


Ahtrai Mamberex toe toa r emnddepers Lv l'a!atha 5 ,pm i i
S r M.Ias "tho times ftfed to mot Ire sl t, Lv..la,- ll,,)lll- ., pi1m so n
^S .-.- *I~T n y o- *i O^*ii -'J--a, At. \'a.il;a 11 .. p m 11 ,l p m
sa dlar ar my .aasqaee* rtag t Tift,,n. 12 ;:, a ma I 1 P a
Ar. C A. 1.. ITy.
X 0AI3DOf r Sha- AB-Mie- Ar. Amirng.uI 5*5 7 s 3cpm M t
Ar. 4 elumbrsw, 1f f p 15 p a
KEMT AGENT." Ar. ntM..i omry 7 ! p m
A- -t., WS. AUOUT n I..A. Ar .Me.,n4 :0 ) a I 4 l pm
Ar. Auuru.-ta q p
--- --- -- .. 't. ,. . a n
Ar. Atlanat 7 "1 a i 7 to p
.%Ar. ';.>!un 'i.u- 7 icl Ia ,
e Railway Com apy Ar..rmpn n n16Pss
Ar. lMarietta ... II m a I p m
FECT JUNE 5, 1904 Ar *.;ttanaI'"a p 'p n, i' "lot a s
Ar. Na-hltl_.- i.,i np ;s ; 11 p
II I. A r I*t L.u;A i n
FROM OCALA Ar. thle:al I ... aM
For Ro,:helle. Palatka. Jacksonville and -,'-r. : a m I :, p m
all points east. Also, for Macon, At- Ar. Cin.'i!nEnii 7 1* 0 un 2J M
. R. I. R. a
lanta, Nashville, Chicago. via Dixie Ar. Chicago I. m 4 p
Flyer route.
S 4'olid train- from 3aekLPnvT;. to Mfese.
For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby, Brooks- Trains from Pa:atlka e4innfet at Valdt*aita with
trains I in, n.rth fr.,m Jachk,s ville, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater,; Li,ea. -:-:prd on i -;y-r T!rainr ffor N.
Bell-air, St. Petersburg. Lakeland,. con. rumr:r iff-t an le-,ini ustil 7:arr k. i w
Tampa. and Intermediate points. v ;.iU t-t Lutsvia shotie .e* rout, withles
Change of :ars oin Dixie Flyer train. C.e PIall-
For Juliette, Gulf Junction. Homoan 'man'- n-t -:-eperwo ,,Ba s train to Chios@&
without -hanav
sa andtr intermediate points. E,,r -hdu,~-as iouthlound and <,ther atn-
ror Ju:;!-tte. High Springs, Live Oak, t H RtFTrtY.,
Dul-..r.t. Way.ross and all points east ul treCt PaneIr Aen I'I.vi w ay
andI .'.est. Or ; B KHODKU.
ce.wr'l Paotsnatrr A ent. Jmeo. t4.
For Juli-te:-. ,ulf J-.nction. Homosassa
an] int-rme-diate points.


T:r *:-.s No. 39 and 7 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Car. I
P. & ',p. s'-amrrs sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on
.:... Tus.!a a-d Thurs-days at I 1 ** p. m.
Fr, fL. .. ,r.:ete ani reliable inform.tiorn r-garding rat, through car
aT .--.:~-s. s.-e;r reservations, etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line Pe nin MwIIMIeLea Or%%

T. C. WHITE. Division P;.qer.we+r Agent. m b m P I U -


Atlantic


Coast


IALNFORD BRALNOE. OKASOB CITY ULNOU.

1 05 a Lv ........ Ttuvilne ...... A lw: -m12fft l
8 55 *Iv ....... Matter m.........A r 11 1*& 1
.x30 a T .... ... 1)W 114OI~V oj( tyw oLv-


M3 25, f. 2353.5IM .1to I5m. IIIt11t t~ffwz
$at san&' Denow' NTPert I Dow W-.-
sunday1 Dally. Daily beft y ~Dali, Daft Daily so:,
onlyL~ n~


*463J *We.vi.hi% IatSTo& $fepe


pp e. S0e Too&N

PENNSLA ADSCCIDENTAL STIAUSIHP SUIUE MlUAT SAUL
OLOSE MUTOOSSC~O AIMAT EMAW WigU u WufhMN-E .A& S.S. NUVPM


U


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


qtrKit. 1 S will be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday daring months of June, July. Au-
gust and September from points in the Southeast,
at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
days.


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


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OCALA EVENING STAR.


MONDAY. JUNE 27.1904.


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