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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 30, 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: VID03543
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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EVENING


VYl oe 0, Nmrrb 13 OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1904 Fifty Cets a at, $5 a Ya
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T ARIVE ANOTHER FIGHTING PARSON

Rev. J. B. Holley Fined for an Assault
on Rev. W. A. Hobsn The Baptist
P -d Tp a Witness the Cause of Contention.
3a SgJ The Jacksonville Metropolis of Wed-
nesday says: This morning in the
Nx -a Soap trimlnal court of record Rev. J. B. Hi,1-
ina Pjlm I lty was ined $25.0 and costs for as-
saulting Re.v. W. A. Hobs4,n. The th,,u-
IRto*a 11IYa Mme ble., which hallpened June 13. grew out
of business difference-s. both ministe-rs
O W 6 T "a" Toti Sead r being editors of the Southq-rn B.a;ticst
at 25 ce s th itne. The 4tac-t of the a.issault \ryno
at 3 1w 25Ct- is th e 1m; reported to -'ounty 'Soli.itor Bryan. out


Sbe badhin mPa
COFFEES AND TEAS


AT THE


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WATCHES
AmT
I PAIRS
__Go TO-


F. G. B. MWEIHE




AND
TYPE-WKfThK
MISS I. N. SINCLAIR
Private offke in Commercial Bank.
TYar work in the above lines solicited.
Speed and accuracy guaranteed.


FISh ell OYSTERS

I have fresh Bott. m Fish and
Mullet always on hand:
Cedar Key and Crystal River
OYSTERS.

EIW V FRESH DILT
Opened and delivered upon request
SEE ME, I CAN
FIL.I YOUR WANTS
w. TUCKER,
Cit Mart.


by Mr. Hobson but by some friend. anrl
a capias was issued by Judge Dodge
for the arrest of Mr. Holley. 'command-i
ing him to alppear i i court. in It-ijii
arraigned this morning, he pil..id-d
guilty to the charge and %was s.-nt-in .-.I
to pay a fine of $25.-; and costs. anI in
default of payment to tbe sent into the-
i-onvict camp for thirty days. He i*ail
the amount promptly. From the facts
brought out at the trial. it was foulinI
that Ir.Hobwon did not re-turn IMr. i -
I'-ys blou s. "'bt-.-aus." .i al IDr. Hobsd,on.
"ministers should settle their diffe-r-n -
es without resorting to brute forie.-
and for this reason Mr. Hobson avoidl-
ed a most distasteful and disgrace-ful
s-ene. Mr. HobAsn's views will a;pleal
to all good citizenIs.

CURES OL6 SORES
"Westmoreland, Kan.. May 5, 1902:
Rallard 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 and


would not yield to treatment, until I
tried Snow Liniment, which did the
work In short order. My sister. Mrs.
Sophia J. Carson. Allensvllle, Mtffin
county. Pa.. has a sore and mistrusts
that it is a cancer. Please send her a
5Oc. bottle." Sold by the Anti-Monop-
oly Drugstore.


SEABOARD


AIR LINE RAILWAY


Speal Rates

Last Excursion to West Florida and
Return This Season
I-SAAVANNAH, GA, and return.
Tickets on sale for night train only of
July 1; final limit July 12.
IB-COLUMBIA, 3. C, and return.
Tickets on sale for night train only
of July 1; final limit July 12.


I I$34.25-EUREKA SPRINGS. ARK.. and
3, g. ilalg return. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
aME TER D mANILDER m and Saturdays; limited 60 days.
CMf ll' UILE ,R ,2.55-HOT SPRINGS. ARK., and re-
Offers his services to the people of turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
Ocala and vicinity for work in his line. and Saturdays. Limited 60 days.
I recommendations and good work $Sl.SS-TUSCALOOSA. ALA.. and re-
count. then I feel capable to make es- turn. Tickets on sale June 14. 15. 1i;.
mates and carry them to a successful 17 20. 21. 27 and July 4: limited to
iae.. J. D. Williams. 15 days from date of sale. Exten-
No. 132. 8. 2nd St.. Ocala. Fla. sion obtainable to September 30. 1904.
---- $26.15-WEST BADEN SPRINGS. IND.
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
KRE AD, rCK t to 24 inclusive; limited to August 11.
-__--- $~ 26.20-FRENCH LICK SP'GS. IND..
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
FANCY GRO~RIES to 24 inclusive; limited to August 11.
A 31.95-ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. and
return. Ticket on sale July 10 and
For the finest bread, cakes 11: limited to July 23.
and Fancy Groceries in the city $32.S5-EURIKA SPRINGS. ARK.. and
return. Tickets on sale July 6 to 9
REMEMBER TIHE inclusive: limited to August 7.
r NiH FOURTHH OF JLLY RATES. Tickets
Fr N H AKERY will be sold on July 2. 3 and 4 to all
points in the territory south of the
HAS THEM Ohio and Potomac and east of the
Missiqsippi rivers, including St. Lou-
is. Mo.. at one and one-third fares..
MACAROONS Extreme limit of all tickets. July S.
an 1904.
and SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS to the
LADY FINGERS principal re-sorts on sale daily. ,ih
extreme limit Octoler 31. 1904.
A Specialty i46~L-ST. LOUIS, MO, AND RE-
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
35; limited to December 15. returning.
V B POTTS U$-ST. LOUIS, MO, AND RETURN
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
'C5: limited returning 60 days from
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING d
date of sale.
Carpentering and $24-CINCINNATI, ., AND RE-
CTURN.
General Repairing Tickets on sale July 16 and 17; llmit-
ll li f*_ tdlJ ed returning to July 25. Extension
obtainable.


Address


OCALA, FLA


L ALEXANDER
Practical
CAHIITER UIILDEl
Careful estimates made on all coutrac
wre. Gives more and better work f~o
te money than any other man Ir

ff A. 1 -0 .M-- WA


THAT TIRED FEELING
If you are langudJ. depressed and in-
capable for work. it indicates that your
liver is out of order. Herbine will as-
sist nature to throw off headaches.
rheumatism and ailments akin to rter-
vousness and restore the energies and
. vitality of sound and perfect health. J
J. Hubbard. Temple. Texas, writes.
March 2. 1902: "I have usetl H.r:bin,-
for the past two years. It ha.s done ne
more good than all the e-cltois. When
I feel bad and have th.t tired feeling.


COLD WATER CURISTS

Of All the Evils of Polit;cs-National
Prohibition Convention at Indianap-
olis-The Party Seems to Have More
Delegates than Votes.


Ih !ita;-i>: . Juni,- '. -Th- N.itior:.l
,Pr,,hibitii. *', i..-iA l nt mi-t h,-r- -
h-,ri. y.... ..l ~~is c'allt-I to ord.-r by Mr.
St_-:w rt.,,haiirin.tn of the- natit.',d .ini -
tI!lt:--. .luh. lt .,, ,*i-i. .;' o. upl.-..
the t.flr of the convention hall. while
COME AND GET A PAIR BEFORE TNEY ARE u: l "t. th"-'
S.h,,us',na s,-, t.t,,r :nan of the
fro i;isltant i,.aits ,>f th.- ,untry. *o n
th- st-,"t L -r-- a nurnt i r iof lr.,.hih'ti, n
ALL ONE Irl-;l-frs of national prominence. A con-
s. iri,.,us f. ti.:,- of Th- ti.,!.s \ s 4 Itlige .portr.cit of Ienelr.al
-Mil-s. Y -t--: lay andt this nilrning
*x -i- i.ken i;, ,ith o iti ,tn. u*ou-
tint- te usii -s.. s.-.-, h ,-*. -t.'. Th, nmi-

SJ. CIAM ERS SHOE COMPAI c ill l- ne thi ftrnoo.
THROWN FROM A WAGON

T( ).10li,. F, I( \IE i A GOOD TEAM FOR SALe .Mr Gerge K. Babock was thrown
Sfriom hisi wagon and severely bruise'l.
'ihe lHiachinl ,anl 4im ..n at My driving ponies, Kitty andl Hattie. He :-piplied chambetrl.in's Pain :.Uim
t lh iC s. liv-cr- t:l t..iI- Th ponies are iwell bred being Habout freely and says it is the best liniment
Stailvt & C le. I trIt h.r .\,I- Thuese ponies are well brel. being about k is a wel
Ire; fir Icarticular C. Melton, three-fourths Wilkes and one-fourth kn vn citizen of -N.rth Pb. in. :nn.
\!t'cail.>lv. ]Fla. Hlamiltonian: can go a mile in four
There is nothing equal to Pain Bl hn
Minutes: are very kind and gentle; can Thee nothing equal to in
KEI'EP' YO(-R EYE be handled by ladies or children. The$ for sprains anl bruises. It will effect
iare well matched in color, size and a cure in one-third the time required
On ittman and Son leading furni-gait: are four yar old. Price. 00. y any other treatment. For sale by
it;It: are four years old. Price. $500.
turc clkalers. for the carhlad of iron B. H. Seymour. all druggists.
Iwesteadls just in. and at prices that
will make you buy. TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE
\1-ii tlak vcu hv. TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY


CII E.\ P RATES VIA A.. C. L..
1I I( )uL'RTH ()F JULY

The Atlantic Coast Line will sell
tickets ,)n July 2. 3 and 4. with re-
turn limit July Mth. 1904. to all points
in the territory south of the 4 )hio
and I'otalitac alnd east of tle Mis-
sissippi rivers, i hneing St. Louis.
Mt.. at rate ,f one anad ,ne-third
tir-t class fares for tle round trip.


Wonderful things are done for the Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific
human body by surgery. Organs are
Railroads
taken out and1 scraped an!d polished and F
First class round trip tickets to S."i
put back, or they may be removed en-
ut back, o the% ay be rmovee Francisco and Lus Angeles. account the
tirely; bones are spli,'ed: pipes take
.Knight Templ,hrs conclave, Sdrptembe,"
the place of diseased sections of veins:
5-9. 194,. and Scovereign Gralid Lodge
antiseptic dressings are applied to
I. O. O. F.. September 15-23, 1994.
wounds, but ns. bruises .nd like Injur-
s efre inlmumatin s in, which Tickets on sale from all southeastern
i..s beforl'e infla;alnnltionl sts in. which
,stS- em ia i in.t matn, inpoints August 15 to 27. in clusive, and
;anus i1n o-s -t ir the t iti d by maturatUnt t Setbr inlu e.
August "S to September 9. inclusive.
and in one-third the lime r,-*iulre,1 by


the oll tr.eatient. Chamberlain's Pain


--- Balm;tl acts on this same principle. It
l.'-are spilenlid farm. cottage. well, is an antiseptic and when applied to
lbarn, sugar house; 40 acres in cultiva- such injuries causes them to heal very
tion, balance woods. with some good quickly. It also allays the pain and
timber. Nice small lake. Very fine soreness. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm
location for general farm, stock rais- in your home and it will save you time
ing. etc. Near oxfordl. Fla. Price. $75i.' and money. not to mention the incon-
Half cash. A bargain. Call on F. W. vvnience and suffering which such in-


SThe two shortest an'!d best lines from
Ne-w Orleans, Kansams City or O)i:h:
through toi the Pacific coast.
Ask for particulars. J. -. Van Rens-
salat-r. ;ene-ral .Agent. 13 Peachtree St..
Atlanta. <4a.; G. W. Ely. T. P. A.: R.
4. Bean, T. P. A.

AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.


Litto, room 12. Merchants' block. juries entail. For sale.by all druggists. If you want to get ul early and feel
K-good all day take a Little Early Riser
o r two at bed time. These famous lit-
tl- pills relax the nerves, give quiet
res t ;and refreshing sleep, with a gen-
S| tle mroenement of the bowels about
L U M B E R breakfast time. W. H. Howell. IHous-
ton. Tex.. says "Early Risers are the
best pills made for constipation. sick
ROU H OR 0 DR SSED headache, etc." Sold by Wm. Ander-
ROJGH oR DRESSEDison.


or Phone ROUND TRIP RATES
TO WASHINGTON
iS f Ph. Th,' .Allanti' I- 'iast Line, the quickest
SR ute by v t %%, i hours and eleven minutes
f'oii Jacksotville to Washington, offer
f\ M ,. *x,.uisioin rate, Jacksi*,o\-ille to Wash-
.. O- t, in;iton and return. $37. Tickets now on
S;lt, "H'l, i'L \AndWest lndian Lim-
ite-l. l;as,-"t I and tin.-st all year t ain
^--~- ~-~l j L l I -n~z' o l*twete-li the Eakst and So-uth. leaves
Sertoi 7:o45I .. i.. f.pllluing no rning. No.
BRANCH OF I 4,, Atlanti 'o,,;st Line Express. la
AL BANK, JACKSONVILLE 'J:,ksonvilli -. .:4 p. m.: atri,-s Wash-


-- $50.000.00


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


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


W. P. EDWARDS


At the City Market

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable.
in Season

City and Country Trade Solicited
Free Delivery Pbnne 12.



Special Sale

of Sewing Machines
W have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-some
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 is adjusted, tried
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seer
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 W;:
son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment.


in'ton 1i,:',, p. m.. f,lle.wing o.-rvliig.
A.\n t.x'll-nt ,opplrlntunity to, visit the
mention's capital at !,miinail ',st. Tic k-
c.tts g e, to, return 4wt1,,lIr 1I. .vail
yourself of the eiuickcr-t :nml 1.-t line.
iH.th tItr s ,A -:irry. Pullman *!r:awing
'",mn s.l--eIr., Jac.ksonvilli- .*A -\' .-
intot.nl. Flo i.da and Wl -st In'lian Lim-
it+d *:arr :.-- PuIll'.in t-n-st dining c.irs
S.av:nnah to, I V ishigti"on.
W\. H. h. ahy. IDiv. Pass. Agt.. S.av:an-
nah. ;a.
T. C. Whit,. P. P. A.. Tampa. Fla.
II. M. Enir-s.'n. Traffi'- M;,n:~e-r. Wil-
nil.ut.-n. N. I-'.
W. J. '!r;iir. c;-.. P.iss. Agt., Wuiln-ii. -
ton. N. C.
SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE
Is c-'it.;rtng -If .th Ti,,:- sul,,-nl.y but
n-.t mre surely th.in nel .-ctirg kid-
nt.-y i.a sr.l-rs. F'',-.y's Ki-Iney c-are wi:!
S;.- a slirht: is.i'rer in a f-w lays.
tind its LUonrtilnul us -e ill *-.re- the m.-st
.bsLainate "ci-s. It has cure. rrm.-i::
;-.- le c,f Br:jch,'s -l. : 7se r:.' itabet- .
-vho 'a-: hrought to be incurut'.,'. If
..,', h.,'., ki r..y or !n.!.Ser tro';m. .
.*::n-n- -e tak:ne F,,'eY Ki-ln'-y C'0r-
--.. v. f...-,r iti t,'r. Iate. Sol 1 by
. *? Pospt<',f i e r-rurs'ore.
AN IDEAL SUMMER RESORT
At Vance Hail. Alexander. N. C.
-r...: ,, :.- :.. .' 'h .. .\.,h -'. -. .,: -"

,' .!: "! .- k I- .. .- - '.
., -, ,.. -. .


LITTLETON FEMALE COLLEGE

This institution with a patronage of more tha
200 pupils from i ve different states covering an anr
of 1000 milesin diameter, desires immedeiateo corw-
pondence with any any young lady who wishes to go
oil to school. A postal card or letter will bring immr-
diate reply and interesting information.
The 23rd Annual Session will begin on Wednesday,
Sept. 14 1904. J. M RHODES, Pres., Littleton, N. C.
E BE
ml r Bnw u .m
.w ~ ma~uuunmuw


in the flwer.
sty ith


A\rd stays there, there's boney
Possb v : i-ve observed that customers


IUNROE & ONAMBLISS, BANKE ,
OCALA, FLORIDA



EDWARDS BROTHERS

AT THE CIT MARKET


Leading Wholesle e & Retail Butchels


WESTERN AD CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEAIO
FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 1


SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES

Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Cast of
Florida

EVERYTHING MODERN
Hi ,me-; ike and Ct 'omfrt.abi.
I lotel )irectvI <,n the .\tlant:ic Coast.
Surf Bathing anti Sea. I-ish::i Unsurpassed.
S2 PER I)DAY. SPECIAL\ I Y THE WEEK
Address HORACE F. STEWART,


GOODALL,


- FLORIDA.


Elegant Millinery


JiIr To. TOJ:IPKIN$

Has the Ftnest, Most Elegant Line of Mrlery h it Cty

Her styles lea.dthe w,,rld ,if f.i.hion.. and always will be found
there the mrst ex.ciisite pr,,ducti'in i,, mcdlern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS CREA fOt
An Fclsive and BaRtifol Line of Drs Hats Always
in Stock.
A call wil convince 'you, that I have the leading styles.


A. E. BURNETT


THE JEWELER


WNE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVYR

JE WELRY

AND

OPTICAL GOODS


REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


OCALA


S40,I


S33.90


Merchants Block


FLORIDA


!TES


KX- .m Trup. p 'eI. 3'
1-i. fifto -t~n days.


5.20.95 .IT
T rnul
BOX T.L "


Trip. O."end tea
y 1T 1uev. tk*sd
V. &C J ". hood
...ehe,,.


-. 4 '- I.


Southern Railway
World's Fair Rofte, St. Looa
E'-r. -r C'o: rt, bi- and Aabl h ll
':, :.: F : o '. L',is. Two trains dg4


We are closing out a line of


$2.50 LADIES' OXFORDS AT $1.50


See


PHONE) NO. 25.


o Conmm


a COMMERCE


CAPITAL


bOX 0f1


WORLD'S FAIR R

From Jacksonville

55 5-$27.50


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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE a, 19o4


"M E THUT TEATS Y 11r1T"


WHAT KIND OF ICE CREAM

FREEZERS DO WE SELL? WELL,


ALASKA, ENOUGH SAID


ALFRED AYER ANSWERS FRIDAY, JULY FIRST

Editor Star: Mr. Wyckoffs problemm Performance of "Mrs. Wigg of the
is simple enough. Cabbage Patch" by Hem Talent.
Don't pay taxes on other people's|
property, noma tter in hoen e The ladies of the Episeopal church
property, no matter in whose name it
is assessedI will present "Mrs. Wigga of the Cab-
Land in Florida is assessed by num- bage Patch" at the opera house Fri4ay
s ad n b evening. July 1. Following is the cast:
bers and not by name. Always hand
the collector the numbers of the land Mrs. Wigg .. ..... Mrs. S. G. Moyers
or lots that you wish to pay on. and IJimmie ..............Guy Zewadski
you will have no trouble. I Lebie ............ Emmett Robinson.
If a man is c:are!es enough to pay IAi;t .... .... ...... .. Sue Anderson
other people's taxes. the law provides ; Australia .......... Pauline Sullivan


M0IVER & MACKAY

Ocala, Florida


Phosphate, Minng and Washing Machinry


Wagons, Buggies, Phaetos, Sureys, Carnages


EVENING STAR

C. L. STTINGER A CO.

C. L. ttiWgr ad R. R. Carrll
Prretorsand Publishers

C. L. BITTINER,
EditMor and Gemeral Manager.

R. R. CARROLl.,
Clty Editor a.d Bsiness Manager

County Judge Bullock was approach-
ed yesterday by a colored man, who
destred to know if he was properly
married. The General, after searching
the records, was able to assure the
dalrey that be was. The General re-
ceeved for his trouble the magnificent
amB of 15 cents.

FEEL IMPENDING DOOM

Th feellan of impending doom in the
ais eof many victims of Bright's dis-
mse aad diabetes has been changed to
thamktuess by the benefits derived
ftm taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It
wll cure aciplent Bright's disease and
diabete and even In the worst cases
give comfort and relief. Slight disor-
er ae cured ia a few days. "I had
iahetes In Its worst form." writes Ma-
rti Iee of Dunreath. Ind. "I tried
eight physblcas without relief. Only
thee bottles of Foley' Kidney Cure
made me a well man." Sold by the
PeMtofce Dragstore

GRINER FARM PICNIC

There will be a picnic at Griner Farm
July 5. All are invited to attend with
well led baskets. The editor of the
tar will be present and make an ad-
dtes. A. H. H.

A STRONG HEART
I assured by perfect digestion. Indl-
gestio swells the stomach and puffs
t up against the heart. This causes
shortness of breath, palpitation of the
heart. and general weakness. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion, re-
lweve the stomach, takes the strain
*f the heart and restores It to a fu'l
performance of its function naturally.
Kedol Increases the strength by enab-
hag the stomach and digestive organs
to digest, assimilate and appropriate
to the blood and tissues all of the food
antriment. Tones the stomach and di-
gestive organs. Sold by Wm. Ander-
sO&

It is pleasant to note the continued
good trade enjoyed by Charles Peyer r
I the sale of his excellent cigars. He
reclved a large rush order this morn-
lng from a Massachusetts house for
the Moody brand, named in compli-
Ineat to Mr. Moody. formerly secreta-
ry of the navy. and now attorney gen-
eral who is a great favorite at his
hbat. and who thinks Peyser's high
grade cigar are the correct thing.

ACUTE RHEUMATISM

Deep. tearing or wrenching pains. oc-
ca-oned by getting wet through: worse
when at rest. or on first moving the
itmbs, or in cold or damp weather, is
quickly cured by Ballard's Snow Lint-
mewt. Oscag Oleson. Gibson City, Ill..
writes. February 16. 1902: "A year ago
I was troubled with a pain in my back.
It soos got so bad I could" not bend
ver. One bottle of Ballard's Snow
Liniuent cured me." 25c.. SOc. and i1.
Lod by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

The editor of the Star has rereive.l
an Invitation to address the students of
the normal school and the patriotic
people of Orange Springs July 4. and if
possible he will accept

CHEAPER THAN WOOD

Why not have that old wooden fence
replaced with a nice iron fence. First


OXFORD

Marriage of Mr. J. E. Stevens to Miss
Muie Griggs
One of the most popular and attrac-
tive weddings of the season took place
Sunday evening at the residence of Mr.
S. L Griggs. The contracting parties
were his charming daughter. Miss Mu-
sette. and Prof. J. E. Stevens of Ocala.
Rev. E. M. C Dunklin performed the
ceremony, which was witnessed by a
large number of friends. After receiv-
ing congratulations, the bride and
groom left for Ocala, which will be
their home.
Mr. Stevens is comparatively un-
known here, but we understand he has
a high reputation in Marion county as
a scholar and a gentleman. "Miss Mu-
cie." as she has been generally called.
has lived among us a number of years.
and is a young lady of many good
qualities. Her husband is to be con-
gratulated on the prize he has won.

A COSTLY MISTAKE

Blunders 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.

SPECIAL NOTICE

The next visit to Ocala of Dr. E. T.
Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat
surgeon, of Tampa. will be Thursday.
July 2S. at the Montezuma Hotel.

Best work in painting and paper-
hanging done by Sternherger.


R. D. FULLER,

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

I. E. CHACE

DENTAL SURGEON
Ofce UDstairs Commercial Bank
Building. Ocala, Florida.
TERMS CASH


W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Special attention given to the treat-
ment of Chronic Diseases and Dis-
eases of Women and Children.
Ocaja. Fla.
office over T dings' Drugstore. Of-
fice hours from 8 a. m.. to 12 m.;
from 2 p. m. to 5 p. n,..
Residence-No. 60 N. Main St., knnw
as the Nash cottage.


TO THE RESCUE
The helpless are rescued by the able-
bodied. The strong should care for the
weak.
We'll care for you and yours at the


no remedy.
The only figure that whisky cuts in
this business is this: Men sometimes
take the whisky before paying taxes.
when if they would reverse the process
and pay taxes first much trouble would
be averted.
Respectfully, Alfred Ayer.

SUED BY HIS DOCTOR

"A doctor here has sued me for
$12.50, which I claimed was excessive
for cholera morbus." says R. White. of
Coachella, Cal. "At the trial he prais-
ed his medical skill and medicine. I
asked him if it was not Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
he used, as I had good reason to be-
lieve it was. and he would not say un-
der oath that it was not." No doctor
could use a better remedy than this in
a case of cholera morbus. It never
fails. Sold by all druggists.

(. H. Dame returned yesterday from
C'oleman. where he initiated six new
members into Warm Springs *'amp. 'V.
0. W. W. H. Lislsne mbe went alhng to,
put a few Singer stitches into the rent
garments of the initiated. Dame says
the Colemanites are among the finest
people on earth.


The Great Eastern
and Western Line

Across the Entire States of


TEXA uand LOUISIANA
No TRoI'BLE T) ANsWKER QU'ESTIUN.S

Direct Line to

NORTH TEXAS
NWW MbXICO,
ARIZONA
and
CALIFORNIA

WRITE FRK NEW BlitK OrFTEXAS. FRER
E. P. TURNER

General Passenger Agent

Dallas Texas.


THE






OPERATES

Double Daly Trains
Carryrl Pullmas Sleeperm, Cafe
Can (a I earte) and Chair
Car (ets tree).
Electric Lighted Throughout
UTWEMN
Bril-. -oMl and I KaMa CRy
AND TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, OkI*L a nd ImdiaTetrie
AND TMC
Far West and NrMwesst
ThuMM SLEEPIM CA SEMICE FrIN TIE
SOITNEAST TO ECPNIS AJO
KASS CITT.

ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
Ezemrsnm tickets from Atlasta. s.. snd
*irmnllam., Ala.. to polnts In
smthwvet on sale fitr ad third
Tueedas of eakh month.
Descriptive literature, tickets arranged
and through reservations made upon app-i-
cation to
F. E. CLARK, TRav. Pass'* AcT.,
ATLANTA, GA.
S. L. PARROT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
ATLANTA, GA.


through Sleepers and Dining Cars


Europe .......... Rosebud Robinson
.Miss Olcott ........ ..Jessie Palmer
Robert Redding ...... Nel Weathers'
Mrs. Hazy.. ............ Meta Jewett
.'ris..... .......... ..Sara Neuman
Pete.. .................. Ben Todd,
Reserved seats, 50 cents. Perform-
ance begins at s:30.
This will be the play of the season.
If you miss it. you miss a good thing.

LOT WANTED
A lot wanted of from one-half to
one acre in size on A. C. L. Rv..
within or adjoining city limits.
where siding can be put in and
warehouse and mill erected. Ad-
dress with lowest terms, Ocala Seed
Store.

SURPRISE PARTY AT LEVON

Friday night an old time surprise
party took place at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John R. Proctor. in honor of
Miss t'harlotte Leitner of Griner Farm.
Those present were Misses Susie Proc'-
tor. \Winnie arnd Laura Snowden. Char-
lotte Leitner. Ethel Proctor. Elsie Per-
ry. Mr. and Mrs. W. Perry. Messrs. Pe-
ter Perry. Tom Proctor. Clad Wether-
ington. Foster Proctor. Lee Hodge and
Lewis Snowden. Pearl.

WM. ANDERSON


GRAND I


ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS


In Five Sizes


CHAL PEYSER. Prprieto


Orala. Florida.


Asks the readers of this paper to test
the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Those persons who have used It and
w ho have been cured by it, do not hes-
itate to recommend it to their friends. T H E C A R
Kodol digests what you eat. cures Indi-
gestion, dyspepsia and all stomach
troubles. It increases strength by en- E D S
abling the stomach and digestive or-
gans to contribute to the blood all of
the nutriment cuntainel in the food. McGrth'S Old Staud
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and
palatable. wESmM MwXD:E2 SmT7JI2

A RARE OPPORTUNITY
Can put party on track to secure the Re t d Newly t
best lands for stock farm in the coun- Rl ny r n
ty. Size of tract, fully 2000 aores:
land covered with fine body of blanket Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family U se. High Grade Whiskies. Brandies.
grass, Florida clover, and the finest etc.
feed in the state. Land cheap. For Beer, Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest Liquors Obtainable Are
further particulars call at this office. Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous Treatment Assured to All.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL ERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
ORANGE SPRINGS ITEMS
ORANGE SPRINGS ITEMS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS

Mr. L. L. M-ggs and family left Wed-
neslJay for the World's Fair. They will GROCERY STOlK AT S. A. DE OT
1.. gone, two weeks. GROC RY b o AT A.
The normal students are going to A Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries: With Free Delivery. Special Atten-
hav-e a picnic and outing at the spring tion Given to All Orders.
,o the Fourth. and have invited their We do the Largest Mail Order Business In the State. All Orders Filled on Re-
friends to he present. turn Train.
The normall now has 35 students.

HAVE YOU A COUGH? Separate White and Color Bars at Both the S. A. L. and

A dose of Ballard's Horehound Syr- UP TOW PCC


up will relieve it. Have you a cold? A
lse of Herbine at bedtime and fre-
quent small doses of Horehound Syrup OUR LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER S ARE BOUGHT IN CARLOAD LOTS
luring the day will remove it. Try it DIRECT, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
for whooping cough, for asthma, for
-'onsumption. for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe e 'AL w ayr P le
McGrath, 327 E. First St., Hutchlsom
Kans., writes: "I have used Ballard's&C
Horehound Syrup In my family for five T he So Co.,
years, and find it the best and most! Oal -
palatable medicine I ever used." 25c..
50c.. $1. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore. PLANTED GLOSSIER SEED

SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
CSEVONT-IVE ACRES ORF Fsllowing are the names of some of
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE the melon growers h ho planted Glos-
For sale. 75 acres of as good land as sier seed. sold by Tydlingr andl c'ompa-
can be had in Marion county, describ- ny. in this city: W. W. Mann at York;
ed: Wy2 of nw1j. sec 19, tp 14, s. r 22 Mr. Spence-r and Mr. Meffert aat Low-
P: or lying along the Gainesville road, ell; J. M. Knoblock, Martin; the Ma-
about 4'i or five miles from Ocala. rion F irmrs and J. H. Spwncer. Ocala.;
Here Is a chance, for it will be sold j. J. Tillis of Lady Lake. All these had i .
cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star the best of results. Sheriff Lane of '
office, Ocala, Fla. Sumter county did equally well with "
SEden'. s-ed. arAl Hall and Liddon of
FOR SALE Oc:ala raise.l a fine. "rop from Rocky ..
Fort c.antaloue- s**,] thought from Ty-
A .ell .st:ttlished millinery busi- dings and Cuompnany.
ne-s ;at;.l stock :tt Dunnt-llon. cheap for
,.h. A'Iy to M,.. Minnie A. I-tick The Ocala Jetse v reamery can sup- Al HWe-ll- .
I', I;;. 1-1l ply from one quart to twe.ity-five gal-'
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS I .. m -lk n.... ...v ..... w A ..ri... ha. ildem with t
l''*~V 5IOilk un, P tar t a ,,s. a n w s s e ,


One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip
Tickets o-n sale every Wedlnesday and
Saturday: return limit sixty days.
The Frisco System. in connection
with the Ro,.k Island System, from
Memphis. offers the best route.
Write for literature and full partic-
ulars. S. L Parrott. District Passen-
ger Agent. Atlanta. Ga.

ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS


i.-n o m I nii ii ; uMY. iar ies can ge i
milk, clabber or butter any time of day'
by sen-.ing to the dairy; corner North
Franklin St.

REVOLUTION IMMINENT
A sure sign of approaching revolt and
serious trouble in your system is ner-
vousness. sleeplessness or stomach up-
sets. Electric Bitters will quickly dis-
member the troublesome causes. It
never fails to tore the stomach, regu-
late the kidneys and bowels. stimulate
the liver and clarify the blood. Run-


Fol-,y's Honey and Tar has cured d-,,n systems benefit part
mi -n .ises of asthma that were con- all the uual attending a
-i!:el ho-,peless. Mrs. Adolph Buesing. under its thorough and sp
:7l, W\est Third St.. Davenport. Iowa. fectiveness. Electric Bitt
writes: "A severe cold contracted .. and that is returned
twe;ve years ago was neglected until give perfect satisfaction.
lit t'na:ly grew into asthma. The best by the Anti-Monopoly Dru
i mez,, skill available could not give
n:. more than temporary relief. Fo-
TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
: 's Honey ann- Tar was recommended
'in. .-one 5 4. ,ttrli entirelv eurd, n. AT


icularly and
ches vanish;
*arching ef-
ers is only
if it don't
Guaranteed
gstore.


SON CO.


I


"MrIA'swJ by Mve stoaUk
.Mrs 1a. SIns.


argla



CI,"


Pure Rye tastes

old because it is

old. It is a

whiskey "which

time has brought

to ripeness." It

is "written down

old with all the

characters of

age" -mefog -

ness, ripeness,

flavor.
There are several so-
called "Club" Whis-
keys that are not
Maryland Club. You
can tell itby the tadte


DAME

The Leadelr In le Cre


WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION
The originator of the
VELVET BRAND
Any color or ftavr.
Orders filled on demand in any qua-
tity desired.


7


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 ezpecta-
Uonsa


C. I. GRAC E


n


ST. LOUIS 3:


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has ioto I you id oyou we av
of malaria.
DoalDo 3IL3.Wem
We'll admit it wi cu -emIrla, bs ibt ft
amUo UluSdloya tAf ter a
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H. B. MASTERS,


HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS


Buiding Materials, Every Kid and Descriptha


FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS


Phosphate Pants Installed Complete


EL TROPICO


CIGAR FACTORY


Makers of the


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MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5e. Cglar


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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 30. 1904.


Vm wssin


w~ -


U WW~


4
m ctdu Btter-Mlk at Taylor'.

orgtia peaches are Ia the market

Tbirs-QueLcher at Taylor's. Ice cold.

Telephone IlIs If rou waat painting


Champagne Mist at Taylor's. La-
iea' favorite.

Unadulterated Pepsi-Cola at Tay-
er'a. Try It.

TutU-Frutti cream at Taylor'.
Taylor-made.

ftrit Frappe cream at Taylor'.
Tartor-made.

Mr. D. W. Davis and family left for
Seabreese today.

Nervola. Grenadine and several new
driks at Taylor'.

Red Rock Ginger Ale, in pints and
quarts, at Troxler's

Mrs. Beck and children of Cottage
Hill were in town today.

The mat elegat display at enady
i tor at Dame- .

Three flavors of ice cream in stock
all the time. at Taylor's.

Dr. Bennett of crystall River left to-
day for theWorld's 'air.

A fll line of Tobaccos and Clgars at
Tydings and Company's.

Whem in doubt, smoke the Mile Deyo
6e. ciar. All principal dealer

Pr reliable painting and papering
ms J. Starr 8ternberger. phone 116.

Dame's favorite is a liquid concoc-
tion worth walking a mile to taste.

Work done by Sternberge in paint-
Ig and papering guaranteed.

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Redding and chil-
dren returned to Jacksonville today.

Lot of stationery and stationers' sup-
plies Just received. Ocala News Co.

Mrs. J. H. Uvingston left today for
a visrt to her daughter. Mrs. Inglis. at
Madison.

Mrs. G. T. LIddon and daughter. MiS
Rhoda. left this afternoon for Worth-
Itston Springs.

Oeys Witch Haael Soap. beat for
hard water. Try it. Postoffice Drug-


Mrs. Julia T. Munroe and daughters
left today for Asheville. N. C.. to spend
the summer.

Hire's Root Beer, Gingerale and
Raspberryade in pint bottles. 10c., at
Troxer's.

Deputy Sheriff John Graham of Flo-
ral city and wife left today for the
World's Fair.

Lavender, for keeping moths out of
yr woolen goods. Nothing else sol
good. PoatotIce Drugtora.

People who need up to date plumb-
Ing should not forget R. E. Tone, the
pioneer plumber.

Pr Protection against loss by fire.
call on Ditto, real estate and Insur-
ance. Orcala. Fla.

Hon. H. W. Long was in town today
on his way to pay hls monthly visit of
Inspection to the county poor farm.

Nothing ua good for connoisseurs a
a Orand Royal lee. cigar. Sold by all
principal dealers.


McAteer. the vehicle builder and re-
pairer. is rushed with work. His horte
slher averages ifty shoes a day.

Dame, the cream man. has fitted up
his cream parlor in a manner that will
make his rooms very acceptable to
those who are seeking summer refresh-


The many friends of genial Jake rig will be pleased to learn that his
health is improving in the bracing at-
mosphere of the northern states.


WEATHER FORECAST

Washington. June 20. -Cloudy to-
night; showers Friday.

Capt. Pooser has Just sold and ship-
ped to Capt. Bradshaw of Sarasota a
dish harrow and cultivator.

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local' applications. as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con-
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus-
tachian Tube. When this tube is in-
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en-
tirely closed deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its nor-
mal condition, hearing will be destroy-
ed forever. Nine cases out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, which is nothing
but an inflamed condition of the mu-
cous services.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney and Co.. Tcledo. O.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Halls Family Pills are the best.

Rev. L B. Warren left yesterday for
Richmond. Va.. where for the next six
weeks he will fill the pulpit of one of
the largest laptist churches in that
city.

USEFUL INFORMATION CHEAP
Complete set Encyclopedia Britanini-
ca bound in sheepskin, good as new.
for $25. Apply to Mrs. J. C. Porter, or
to J. H. Benjamin. at the Star office.

WONDER IF THIS IS SHORT

Our devil is so popular with the girls
that we can hardly get our office towel
washed once a month. He also has
heart disease.-Tampa Tribune.

The handsomeat line o* uffets chi-
na closets, dining room chairs and ta-
bles, rocking chairs, reception chairs,
eta., that this portion of the state has
ever seen Just received by Mclver &
-acKay.

Mr. sad Mrs. R. R. a';rroll and little
daughter. Mrs. Blanche Hannah a nld
daughter Christine a.rnd Mrs. J. 4.
Ramsauer and chhilren returned from
Miami today.

The excellent cigars made by Charles
Peyser, the Milo Deyo and Grand Roy-
al. can be had at the Ocala News Co.

We have just received a large ship-
meet of Tablets and Envelopes of all
simes and grades; also all kinds of Sta-
tioners' supplies. Call and get prices.
Ocala News Company.

J. R. Godson has returned from High
Springs.

Argosy. Smart Set and Ainsley's
Magazine, for July. Just received by
J. F. Williamson at Martin's stand.

O tto Mente is back from his trip to
South Florida.0

Large lot of new graphophone rec-
ords. latest selections. just received at
the O,'ala Furniture Company.

Mr. J. M. Meffert has shipped off of
eighty acres of land twenty-two car-
loads of melons.

Pearl tooth wash Ia the best. We sell
It. Poetoffice Drugstore.
Mr. C. c. Stevens. the veteran farmer
of Ierlin. paid the Star a Ileasant call
today.



For Dinner!


Well, hUt phone


THE FAIR






Cream Vermifuge


Mr. Anthony C. Finzel swam acro TIE AUI ITEEI
Lake Weir Tuesday. from Porter's
Point to Eastlake. a distance of six W O
miles, in about three hours.

Fresh milch cows kept on hand for REM ED
asle the year round. Parties wishing
a good milch cow. or a carload of them. TK CHrL Eu' FAVORITE TOllIC
will save money by calling on D. M. swas O tw. .,avaeas.
Boney. I Ts UWIs eam9e ia0 *OT O T
iBallard-Smow Liniment Co.
The most enthusiastic act of John *IT. LOUI. IO.
Taylor's watermelon fete was the wa- Sold b the Ant-Monopoly Drugtor


terweon enfiladed can-can. It was
new. novel and fairly gorged the nov-
a--


DON'T FORGET

City election for bonds July 19. Keep
the date in mind. It is an important
matter to every tax payer.


T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's
Candy. Fresh Shipments Received
Weekly.

col. Nic Barco. wife and children
came up from Crystal River this morn-
ing. on their way to Lithia Springs.Ga..
where Mrs. Barco and children will
pass the summer, while Mr. Barco will
return to Crystal River to look after
his business affairs


CAPITAL,,


S. SHall-


R L. Andcron,


George MacKay,


Edward Htfl,,


George Ford,


0


J. K, CLeLbs,


Herbert A. Ford.


President:
HAY FOR SALE-At 75 cents per
hundred weight. S. H. Galtskill, Me- I-hKI ~K I A. FORD, F. L WATSO .
Intosh, Fla. .

Messrs. John Taylor aind John Math- A party cmparosed of Mrs. S. T. Sis- THE ANDERSONS' LAWN PARTY
ews gave about 75 of their friends a trunk. Miss Piatt ;and Messrs. *,. P. .is one of the mst ,-lightful f I :
watermelon fete in the cold storage Howse and L. B. Warren \w-lnt to ,-casiNns of the yar. Th, hie tof F
rooms of the new ice factory Tuesday harpa Ft-rry Tuesdlay on ;a fishing .r. and Mrs. R. L. An-!s.-n .i ,-S
night. All sorts of social stunts were expedition. While Mr. Howse, in pre- ce-de, to one of the rin-st in t., %%.
indulged in and enjoyed to the limit. paring a fry. was washing a fish in the .ind its .,,.., ie.l l.n is :in s iT
As melon hosts, as in many other mat- Iiaver, a mroccasin. striking at the fish. s t for oung pepl.- t, evel up-
ters. the two Johns are the genuine ar- bit his finger. draw ing the blood. Mr. Trn frt f these. Ios- i.. L pleas-
tidcle. iWarren pro,,ptly al n ,,,bravely sucked'
the wiiunn anit ai pl;. e.and there will i* ertainly
Ithe wound, an old-fashionel and eft soothing itln. E-leg.nt ref-reshnnts Yo want to buy a DOLLAR iu
WANTED--Man under 35 years of cacious relnt-le. but one not a little re S-. The everniing ks anl
age from Ocala, with fair education, to d-ngerous to the physician. It was ef,- li yu. 2
prepare for lucrative government posi- ti;.cious in the ;case t f M.r. Hoe and, Ir..,t. The i -n terta intent e 52
tion. Begin with salary of $$uo. with I1Mr. Warren suffere-l no hatrml lim y to r. n Mrs. Ane
increase as deserved. Write at once, .-ly .,nmi ac, lish- .ughtrs. YOu hd bettr come and get oe nOW, as i l 's
I. S. S.. Box 570. Cedar Rapids. Ia. SULPHUR, NATURE'S
GREATEST GERMICIDE THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED fUallag hrt
(;eorge Wallace and his two young HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS
i I HIM WITHOUT SUC SE
sons. George and Van. came up from A Freer Use of It Would Save Doctors' W. L Yance. Paducah, Ky., writesEY ARE ARANTEEOT T
Braidentown. yesterday, to visit Mr. Bill. L. ancey. Pduah. K.. writes:
Wallaces m r. Ms.N y W e. I had a severe case of kidney disease
Wallace's mother. Mrs.Nancy Wallace. -
Swas formerly Greater healing lowAer t;an be had in and three of the best physicians in
Ocala. but for the last six years ha fthe privacy of the homre by using Kentucky treated me without success.
Oeala. but for the last six years ha.H
been a succ ful m hant of Hancock's .Lituid Sulphur in the bath I then took Foley's Kidney Cure. The
been a u merchant of Braid-than by journeying to the most fa- first bottle gave me immediate relief.
entown.
imous sulphur springs. and three bottles cured me permanent-
FOR SALE-Acclmated Jersey mch Greater benefits to the skin. a clear ly. I gladly recommend this wonder- --
cos. wth y cales als lmit and more beautiful complexion can he ful remedy." Sold by the Postaffice
cows. with young calves also limited had by using the harmless Hancock's Drugstore.
number of Duroc pigs. If you want Liui ulphur fr th tilt than by
Liquid Sulphur for the toilet than by
fancy stuff of the highest breeding you
ancy stuff of the highest breeding you the use of ldangerus drugs and cos- "Mrs. Wiggs of the 'abhb:ige P atFlh
can get it from H. H. Whitworth, t
O Finties. i-,ll be prs-sented at the op-sra hwiseF.
Liquid Sulphut cures dandruff. e,- tomorrow night under th- auspi. ,-s of
zemNa. pimples, salt rheum. itch. hives. St. I 'atherine's Guild. The play is go..i Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for business i
NEW NOVELS CHEAP the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Squaie
i erysip-las a;nd all .,o-n sores. It is and the object in giving it a most lIud- the Fishel Old Stand. West of th a Square.
nature's gr-atest g'-rnlnidle. Write to alle- one. It will lie plres-.nti-l by th, All Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paiine; a
The Oitala N ews Co. has just rceiv- Han.ok Liuid Sulphur Co.. Baltimore. best of lhon011 talent. andI if vo,1 .;ttenI Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Taols eo al
ed a large number of such books as il.. for free booklet. ior ask your driug you will b. sur- tio mn.ore than et y.uri Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware. Agateware, etc. S~ks, De
"The Crisis." "The Virginian." etc.. gist k' i S hu mn and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and RangeM-nms
wh'i it will sell at 25 cents. If you I-.. ---.-.- ciint; children. 2.. ctets. Tickets ,,n better; Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Lew
wished to be amused or instructed. .est Prices Will Prevail.
call on the Ocala News '. They have Henry Sistrunik has returned from, sale at the Postoftice Drugstore. est Prices Will Prevail
call on the (cala News Co. They have White Spring. much improved in - Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familia-ria.s U
Svery fine collection of books.health. Lots 100x24 in entn's subi ision. With the Wants of the People. Your Business Soliited
EFinest location in town. Price re-
REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER THE CHRISTIAN hurches at C',on- duti-,l to $2'.) to $350. They go in a
DENSMORE, HAMMONDi
stantinoilile, Turkey, and Yokahonma.i hu'y. "all on Ditto. M.rrchants' block.
TYPEWRITERS Japan. have long used the Ingman ()";ala, Fla. J R. M A R T I &C O .
-Just Received at-- and Martinez Paints for painting their
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY churches. Mclver and MacKay have just re-
Liberal contribution of L. and M. ceived some of the handsomest ladies E N E RL L IV E R Y
The Marion Con'cert Band is suffer- Paint will be given for such purpose desks ever seen in Florida.
ing from a lack of interest in several of wherever a church is located. --
its members. To correct this, there will F. M. Schoiteld, Harris Springs, S. PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBER'
be a meeting Fridlay night at the band C., writes: "I painted our old home- -F |g TiA
room. at h:30 oclock. We trust the stead with L. and M. twenty-six years M.r. I. H. Seymour desires to correct
boys will get together and decide to ago. Not painted since; looks better the impression he lost all his lumber lmm Ca yaU A
keep the band up as it is an institution than houses painted in the last four in his late fire. This is a mistake. He
most useful as well as ornamental to years." has thousands of feet of sn.-sl' VEl
Ocala. W. B. Barr, Charleston. W. Va.. dress.-dl lunimber at his mill. three milesI E VEHIC, FT
--writes: "P:inted Frankerburg block north of ,wal.. consisting of tlHring. Horm and MBles feor &hSa nl-s
WANTED-Sawmill men to try the with L. and M.; shows better than any ce-iling a:ln sibling. Give him a call.
Emerson Variable Feed Works. Guar- buildings here have ever done; stands Ea- by tc- -Momt & riu at SpC
anteed to save its cost in thirty days. out as though varnished, and the act- WORLD'S FAIR RATES M AN
Address, The Florida Iron and Wood ual cost of paint was less than $1.20 J R M A RN C
Works. Apopka. Fla.. J. W. Emerson, per gallon. Wears an] covers like Via L. and N. R. R.


.aiiinager

STROMAN-LAWSON

Married at the residence of Mr. Wil-
liam Moore. Wednesday. June 29. Mr.
W. T. Stroman and Miss Hannah Law-
son. There were present quite a num-
ber of neighbors. Mr. Stroman is a


g iu .I
There celebrated paints are sold by
Mclver and MacKay, Ocala, Fla.



SUMMER

5tTVI FS


faithful and industrious young man of i
good habits. His companion is a
charming young lady whose company IIandsome line of piece
will certainly make life cheerful and tock fo
desirable. The ceremony was: perform- gCds in st fr sit
ed by Rev. i. W. Ogle. touseis and overcoats.
We are up-to-date in ma-
D. M. Boney has just arrived with a ti fl and WOrkmasilp.
carload of fine young graded Jersey Orl f siffly and
cows. all fresh in milk and first class .!t Wo e
milkers. They can be seen at hibars rns, tompy e-e ed, w rk
corner North Franklin St. i y gtaanfted*

STRAYED OR STOLEN Jrry Bunett,
From my yard, about two weeks ago. lrchrU t Tailor.
a big white and liver colored pointer
dog; answers to the name of "Dick."
Reward for his return or infrnitin W .W Carman& Co.
of his w hereabouts. Geo0rge 'MacKay. i
June 17, 1904. You will find a well selected stock of
groceries at


W'ANTED-Young nan from Octala;
or vicinity, with fair business ability.
willing to work. to prepare for gool
government position. Entrance salary.
$SiO. Gradual promotion: position
permanent. Address. C. D. W.. Box 1.
Cedar Rapids. Ia.

FOR SALE CHEAP
A large. roller-top. officee lesk: has
been but little used and is nearly :is
good as new. Apply to, J. H. Benj.imin.
.tt the Star office. *

FOR A HUNDRED YEARS


-For a hundred years or more Witch
I. A Colver Bf s. Hazel has been recognized as a super-
ior remedy, but it remained for E. C.
Me chant Tailor. DeWitt and Co.. of Chicago. to discov-


CARMAN A CO'S.,
on North Main St., north uf city mar
ket-
Specialties-
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,


CHICKENS AND EGGS


Excursion tickets now (on sale daily
from i hala to St. Louis and return.
$45.55-Return limit Ipecemlber 15.
$:'.w*,)--Return limit 6o, days.
$33o.55--eturn limit 15 days.
Special coach excursions. $23. Re-
turn limit 1,0 days from date of sale.
Tickets soll Tuesdays and Thursdays
in June.
Co',rresplonding low rates from other
points. The L. and N. is the best line
to St. Louis.
For rates. schhlul.-s ardl sleeping .ar
res-rvations. api'!y to J. '. I'!, ':in;.
Fla. Pass. Agt.. "N**; V. Bay St.. Ja.k-
siivill-. Fla.. or '. L. Stne. G. P. A.,
Louisville.


FIGHT WILL


BE BITTER


Those who will pe .sist In losing
tl.- ir rlrs against the co ntinual eq ,.m-
rni-nfhtticns ,f IDr. King's N.-w I l,\'-
,-i y for Consumption. w ill have a Io,ng


.ind bitter fight with their troubl-s, if


not en-led earlier by fatal termination. (
R.-a.] what T. R. B-all of B-e ill. MIis.; a.Rki v
h1.~i to say; "'Last fall my wife hal fLCAREFULLY
-.ry syrimptom of *(onsumpticin. She took
r. King's Ne-w Disovry after vy- Deici
thing else had fa;ile',. Improvem-1nt
'.am e at onec; an-1 fur I,.,ttl-s entir-ly
,.l her." ;uaran' l l.-y the A;.t:- Dining Roo
Mi on-.l.ly Druest'-re. Pri' e 5*. *. anl II. attention g
Trial battles free. the taket 4
short notic
KNIGHT TEMPLARS-


ODD FELLOWS


Remember the place and rest assur- The Last Opportunity of the Year to S.lil Cool- Attactie Wa ad ,fi, L
ed we will treat you right.Skfl Cooks, AttractiveWate
W. CARMAN & CO. Viit Califo Special price to Reularu Boarder
__ tl ii :e Augn st 1,. tinl i'r.'-i' n

L n1 THE CARMICHAEL & SON 00

zLA C RIPAt.. McGralz a tanc.
LG R,'-tht,tst to -ith-r L-, Ar,:--;s ,r


Pneumonle follow La Orippe
but over follows the ee of
Wi in15*F Me'&suiinAm


Th..-:s wI. '- t fi:. s


(E- AV WHITFS w 6%
T--l k .4rC-,% ~rM* CREAN


I


First Class Mueals


PREPARED LUNCHES

iots Hot Soup Daily

m open -until iidnieht. Pleraal
ven to specal ord, anything
offs pepar W ia the tanke m
* g .


- $SO,(00.


J. M. MEFFERT. J. H. TAYLOR.




Ocala Ice& Packing Co

Have the neatest and most p-to-date Ice work-
i g plnt thris section, and t a result, amr
turning out the purest hardest andbeapet ice.


WATCH oTol 84.A

WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS


RESTAURANT<


Dssasab Walter Cossasects r


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PASFOR CAL EENNG TA. HURDA. UNE30 104


Radiant
Beauly
Compkxions of perfect purity are made by
Hmancck's Liqaid Sulphur. The value ot
s-41ph-.rr in tae toilet Las been known f4,r cen-
turies. but m uch o. it Yaue was lost until
the disvery ot

Hancock's

Liquid Sulphur
s'r!idv er it produce a skin smooth &ad
s~tt as, sm. but its &.- a r b b mill care
a p1p d i s fc. trm-ic a nca growth of
h a iti s T Aad c 'i en hv coloriuel eutteC
in the ha. :1 a a t diAC, ; And oAvod premature
upflUR' i r fu- Ihassvaeelk'sLiquiid 551..
plasar aT ary r Li e ra, store.
a mre a-cd cae, all, to, buurts Scalds. Opt.
,r e. ( .1irc laic. l Surtaces. boils.
aL-.m AC%. Ru K t'lhnch ut la e and hands aad &ll


so rt ~ lr _IWCOCK
4NOMW"towe C'"VU1 SULPHIUR Co.
aawwt UOtj aa a areMI


Atlantic


Coast


Line


WORLD'S FIR RATES

First class excursion rates to St. Louis


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 sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and
Louisville and Nashvile R. R. and "Dixie Fly.-r" route.
For further information see F. J. Huber. Agent. Ocala.






Vacation Days in



COLORADO


Every condition which makes for pleasure. whether
luxurious or sin ,l., is "fultilleo. "under the Tur-
qioieso -ky" in the ci'olra;lI Mo euntains. It is the
itatural playitl l un.I f or tl vaa':ttio i- -s. viing frotin
this se.-tion. Illusl :atild lit.'rature sent ftre e co
request.

Through Sleeper Service From

St. Louis and Memphis Every Day

LOW RATES ALL SUMMER

I GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT
(; en. Pa:ss. Agt.. leist. 1' t.,
I.itt. lIt,,. k. A k.. Atllm t:a. ;a.


ENGLISH RED TAPE.
Censure For an Olcer Who Saved
Money For the War OUle.
A zealous young otulihr irn Siuth Af-
rl'.a w ho had a khowleyge atu* 1.;vr of
farming made his mein coll<--t ,,ats
which fell lavishly by tle wa:y-!le as
column after column carrying ,ut Lay
passed up country. He pl owe-1 soime
land. sowed his oats and eventually
reaped his harvest. This harvest.
which was a heavy one. savtld thl1
country at least t B2.,0). But wLn Li his
acc,,unts were sent humt r tbh .Aticiatl
at the war office could ino-t ti:zl lr.rt:tlil
bow they had come by som-.tl!;;:g for
nothing. Such a thing had ie\ er hap-
ptned before. They imilugnedt his m,-
tires and accounts. and tht- lea.t of thb-
charges brought against him in a lon1i
correspondence was that lie had liootel
the oats. Months passed. and stiil thb-
young officer had not leen able to,
convince the war office that he was
honest. Then a well known general in-
tervened and testified that he hinlmslf
had watched the experiment in farm-
ing by which the country had lien
saved a considerable sum ..f Ieo,.'yv
At last the war olice etndile the .,,trre-
spioedence. Nothing that had ,bel'.i in-
binuated was withdrawn. ;tthuh
nothing was iretsel fnrt!,,.r. "L .e ,,tt-
cer is left with the, c, rre>lon *lu-tii', out
his hands, and any otne rea:ilizi; it
could not heitatete o tvt- ,inii. it as
being in effect a s~ver,- ,., u!ii'r.. -Man-
chester Guardian.


THE QUEER MOROS.
Some of the Pecliarltles ofT This
Left IHaded People.


To judge Moros by Inflexible occi-e
dental standards of motives and mtr-
als is to lose at once the key to the
situation. The very structure of their
language differentiates then fro,m our-
selves. Verbs are in the passive voice.
SThe man who was slashed and killed
provoked the trouble. The under dog
in the tight is always the aggressor.
The thief is not blamed for findingg"
things lying about at loose ends: the
man who lost the. property is the real
criminal-besides, he is a foo. If he
were a sensible man he would have
exercised vigilance against the ap-
proach of the thief. Moros reverse ev-
erything. Like all orientals. they ven-
erate the past and their fotlklore; myths
and legends abound in tales not unlike
those of the "Arabian Nights' Enter-
tainmient."
They turn to the left of the road, ex-
tend the left hand naturally in greet-
ing. and the scrilbes write from right
to left. turning the paper sidewise, as
anuy left handed mnanl would do.
A witty oficer explained that the
preference for the left was due to the
desire to keep the right hand free in
the event a stranger should need sulle-
t. done to him. The "explanation"
lmay uot le far from the truth. Chap-
lain ('. C. Bateman in Journal of the
Military Service Institution.

Batter as Medicine.
Butter is so commonly a commodity
that people use it and scarcely ever
think what wonderful value lies at
their hands in the ipts of dainty yel-
low cream fat. But Tllis delicate fat is
as valuable as the dearer cotl liver oil
for tle weakly, thin people. andt doc-
tors have frequently reconiiuended the
eating of muan thlu slices of ,read
thickly spread with butter as a means
of pleasantly taking into the bodily
tissues one of the purest forms of fat
It is possible to get. butter is a car-
bon. and all excess of it is stored up
us fat in the body. It gives vinergy
and power to work to those who eat
heartily of it; so it is not economy at
table to spare the butter even to the


S The stronger
'castle could ere i-
Seuced by siege if the
garrison could be stared
S out. The strongest body
S has to give up the fight
when starvation weakens
it. There are more deaths
from starvation than the world
dreams of. When the stomach is dis.
eased and the food eaten is not digested
and assimilated, then the strength of the
body begins to fail because o lack of
nutrition, and the weak body falls -
easv victim to the microbes of disease.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
:ures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition. It
restores physical strength in the only
possible way, by enabling the asimila-
tion of the nutrition contained in food.
'I s seick fo wer three years with a com-
plication of tonma,:: tr!,uiles.- writes Mr John
SCasto~a.l ree'ing at ,A Arch t. Chicago.
(iLnuo; "Had: tried every good phvqicsn I
knew of as we:: as many patent me.icins. but
receI.-d .n. tTemporar. relief Onme dav a
fricud recor.imendel 1 utir ,'; Ien Medical Di-
.overv I tinme.i~:tr.y ,.r%.cure' some and be-
gan iis u.e Cum-rnenced to gain the rst week
and after I had takrn only ,ne bottle I could
et as rell as .:vy :ne without expercriacng ill
effc':. It nk e ;'et% n -t t.-day amhappy
to ann. u: c :t.: .t I sn as well and healthy a
anv Yr:.e cou. : I -we it a;l to Dr. Pirce'.
Go:iecn Me ica i Ditsc-Iry "
The sole motive for substitution is to
permit the dealer to make the little mon
profit paid by the sale of less meritorious
medicine" He gains. You loe. There-
fore accept no substitute for "Golds*
Medical Discovery."
FPES> Dr. Pierce's Common S en
Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt
of stamps t( pay expense of mailing
r ,ly. Send twenty-one one-cent stamps
for the book in paper covers, or thirty-
one stamps for the cloth-bound volume.
Address Dr. L V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.


SAVANNAH $6

___ M1_D


COL


OVER TIE




.s I h0 0


AIR


LINE


Tickets on sale only for train leaving
Ocala night ofJuly Ist.
Passengers to be handled special from
Jacksonville to Savannah and
Columbia, returning by
regular trains on
or before


TE NOftl




Wate&-A won aell d .L .
Sternberger.
0.4* o. 2 9slages cheep.L gft
S Sterulerger.
rm -Louis ClammmLk remn@asi
from Or lanao


UIM IA 331 Sewve cmno""- ta"r tea &
UMBIA_ __ -rnbermr. -
_Amr you getting ready for the Psu
of July celebration?


For Sale Cheep-- N& 2 *Aim-
dle. J. Stair Sterkergmr.
Tou are invited to the New Dru-
Sstore to get yowr cool drlkba e e.
Low rates and easy term 0Geed le
$30 to Wn. near In. Call em Dilt
"Fine roe shed every other day at
TompkhlnM stall No. i. city marlel

*LOS)T-A black bird dog with letter
iT in his forehead. Liberal rwarid
same. Buck Midprhm.
Going Fast-Tbose ots S hw*cr
in's subdIvisia. Price 30 to gft. Ca
on Ditto.
(Going like hot cakea that fne lot *
crockery at the orala Baa. 'all early
and exAmine.
*Call at the Mack Res.e u.l-
fortab& ldi fa M* board t d at
ble rates. West adway.
Rev. J. W. Weston has returned f e
SApopka. where he met with much ka-
,jess in the United America.
Savannah and Columbla excwrsl-.
via the S. A. L. Friday night. July Ist.
to Savannah $6. to Columbia s8.
Ice cream of all flavors every dla
at Tompkins and Brooble ki ream
' garden. Oo and enjoy yo rsIt


Stoac 0 JULY 12 1904 1
Ji)HN I R, ZIER, Agent. W. .. cW NDON. City Ticket Agent
Iela. Florida.
I A. 0. MA.\t' 'NELT.. A. S. P. A.. Jaeksonville. Fla.


Tmvulhloa CpIrla Pa+ r'oas Du


I IIJUUIlua I


Sold by WM. ANDERSON, Ocala.


FOR RENT-Three 2-room hbema
LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. hI Elect Ju 4,1904. two 3-room houses: o.e 4-roo.
one 5-room house. J. Starr Steber-
__Tiu-_- _ g--- ..."""g",r.

sol, "U:.U" STATMs*. *Call at Mrs W. C. Willoughby's er
Al..,I I b...... l. hoor. r to
p-Ti.LT Jo&t I A dresnuaking. An orders fed wt
J P IpT1 ,, ....... ............. sojesesu V .. ................. a. ..... N dispatch and neatness. W est ra &
p Iosa ...... ........ .......... Au sUs- - .................... *. I s
f I WI-P .... ................... .. s a ........ ...... .. [ pat
tla ....Lv, ~I *Keep In memory that the ack
Tr u io lA ....................... fta h .... ...........L. K e s a
p L .... ....... a... .... ..... Ar a House furnishes me at the faolu wlg
0sm 8plAr ............. ........... Mafteo .......................L -'m a hours. frum 7 to S. frost 12 to Lid I
.. ................ ..luMan. ar .Ipto L
.PiLe .so ....L i .a 0 P
I H l..... ...... ...a....1s11m.ls. ........................... 0 Entertainmrnts at St. John's o--m
Stert-st of the pastor of Zion M. K
S i .. ...... : ........ u .. .. ........ ..... .... chur
I a S i ............................. ce ............ e...e rt.......... esI ral t .r J n o th
P S I p ............ ................ l ........... ... .... ........ r .
P .. *For comfortable lodging at reasrs-
e. s... ..... .. ... ...O-. 0Sa ........ ..........
t k,. ........... ... ... .............' .. ... : able rates call at R. J. Metla 'l aNertn
S to '. ........:..... ............x l r .................... ... Ma Ma nolia St. Everything kept a t -
lo a;. 4 l .......... ......... ." =eal .............................. 1" e n l
2 0 0 : g o ........... .......... .. ... St. L eleo.............................. W 9U c llent order.
ip1 p ........... ........ t. 1n e ............. .................
SI.... ....... ........- : .............. g *
S p E- *. ....*... .*-......-.......... 9 ** All persons contemplating having ta-
: ........... ....... ................... I .. bless on the public square on the fourth
I r a I P. .: ..... ..... ......... ..........0 of July will call and see Ike Tompkins,
ap .......... .. ...... Wet............ ............0
4 : no, P *. --.... W". Pal .... ... . 1 .. Stall 1t Vity Market.
6 pM a ... ...a. ram ................... ... ..........
18i 0 9*..'.. ..... Ed... .................... Rev. R. 5. Quarterman will edit th
a W 1 p ........ ........:: ....... 0 i IV ................... .. one
Sts ua p ...................... lnd ............... ...... ........ M department riday and the few day
00a i p r......... .. ............ a .... ........................ a following that t editor ab
0a Up 'Ar....... ...... .Mimi .............................Lv I s following that the editor s asent In


raNoirD aREAlIG. ONANSD OIYT NUraNC.


1 healthy folk.- some ly IW I
FPlaler Nall and Dimease. l. ........ teen........... Ar It M
It is i nteresting to wat,.l, th hi-sory 88 a.Lv ........ : terprTim.........4 Ar 11 Li Mi
of a case of disease as recorded uplon H E A D AH E
the singer nails. When we look at the M0fathrtdn n.ffr. lfrom haa.eAIh. AT
W AU TD IT patient's nails. we see on rea.h .of thelm fr t.. :tr t tty-r^. y..r. ar a. av-r undayI as y. i Day Dall URAMQW U
L U Ma distinct ridge, showing that the por- an nK I aLpt u 1r Ca arets. n-'-e only
tion of the nail which has 'crown since the Izealac. lT- IhaVe entirely curod him. t p
the acute attack is mlluch thinned out. Sil rl Ir wbat b.. ri mmoft tL .

3 nails of the hand of the affected amn Best For PENINSULAR AN D OCti TAL STAMSMp N
The ATLANTIC COAST LINE will sell for train t." .e seen. while tlhe will re absent The Dowels PENINSULAR ANI CIETAL TP
MCOT LINE sell f or tets t* j* am t"- t on the other hand. The more acute 'O 0016114CTIM A A Mi 100 111 I AMI8M W W
No. 78, Jouy 1st, tickets from Ocala to Savannah, Ga., "e ln, the sharper will ie Che SLO EC AT AM
the Illness the sharper will lte the
amd retar at rate of $6, and to Charleston, S. C., and re- ridge. Extreme ni nxitty nild ineut:ai HAVANA AND KBY V
tr at $8. All tickets good until July 12th. dtlepr.-.'in have the same effect on CANca.TR.M
the nails as physical disease. These Time Tabies show tte atie w rel b troat easlsnw ,b
s from s@e -&Ie-al start. but "her arr&Tal erp as s
Y I_'_-- -l .-1 ----l--W-1


Do llRaw


we P. a IL aUasooUrWmy
WESM

~.a" ~a e!Y'~
b02- a- 5, to


w itht mm -t i OP0 it to Vit n OSt it, Sror doe"the Compia rholdutse repheOt "Thy G~ -orea .
WI tra tS-dert"The The hp of Yth. Pleasant. Palatable Potent. Tate Orod. Do Good.
o Two boys brought uil, together slmel- N-'rert: kien. Weai n or,,rlpe. 10,..e:L.54,. Never
sold in k,--.k. TI." "_B- ,e ta"adtt tu. tttl CCU. Vor Oop C th IAMAL TIMM..AMD or ,., ,.n o-
and Tybee, and Chaarto '"By-the-Sea," and the Isle of times remain fast friends for life. Iunt uan t-dto elrer yo t. r n: ,n.y bC aa..
Paks, and enjoy yourself. No tickets to be sold from not so c,,uIolY ii .' iniiglit si- Sterling Remedy Co..CChicagoorN.Y. og .8.E Ta TOCrT Aoer."
IackonvdIle proper. Never was there a cheaper and more """,I thought you hid a little frie ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES J. D. RANrwa, At.M G.. Lan. AM., r. ASeOns, ai.
d, itf trip o offered. Notice carefully the trains and to a child tvho was walking ab,,u.t S t.
te bor which tickets will be sold aloGt anrd i.tensolate. I have a little Georia Southern .. ...


For ftirthlcr inforuizu; eu c-all oni etr ct'tIlll iuc;tc \vitli
F. J. I It ERI~. ls .\\Vd
I)cjlkt Tickit -\,eiit. Oiitv 'I'ick-t At."clit.
T. C. \VIUI ITE. 1). 1'. A. Tanil -a. Pa.


Friend. but I hate hin:" was the reply.
And the words contain a whole essay-
ful of comnlenit upon the value of
friendship founded solely upol pro-
pinquity.-Loudon Spectator.
His Ecause.
"lIHow dare you, ir-'" ext';lain.. 1 tihe
indignant girl.
"I couldn't help it. Maud." pical,-d
the now penitent young m:!n. ""You
were so maddeningly kissaill:-'
Still. it was fully ten sec'. nil before
she quite forgave him.- 'hIcago Trib-
une.
Connublal Bllas.
Brotler-- trust that :.,u are happy
with your hust'.nd. Maud? Maud -
Oh. yes. as hapIy as ,,ue -can expect
to te with a Man who is talking ,f
himself half thL. time and tf his tir-"
wife the other h11lf.
Hli Ilmpreamlon.
"-of courrse you b,".ses, that i,,y .t -
nmy is wrvung" s:I.d the ::..:: \ .o w.::
ldiscusl s:;ig thin M.ur:,,...'i ,i::-.*.3 ,,
"iMy dear s!r." a-::.v. \ .r*! Mr Mr .-ck-
ton. ";t is n' .-:y v ".w- I 't fou,-
ha r'dy."-e1-:iV:n i n S'.ir


& Floida Ry Atlantic; Loast Line Riuaway Company

"Suwanee River Route." TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904
l: xF y.r o., 'k. t-p DEPARTURES FROM OCALA
For Rochelle, Palatka. Jacksonville and


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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.


1. ; TRAIN NO. 49. 7:10 A. M.
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the old Palmettiio stae.
R1v. A. Huler. P. E.. will held h
quarterly conference at Zion M r.
church this evening. and after the cor-
ference will lecture. Let all atend.
Don't fail to visit the "Down Town
Dinner House." Soup every day. Se
cents per plate, ten cents per pnt. ff-
teen cents per quart. Tomphkn' re-
taurant.
*A. W. Walker. formerly in the em*
ploy of L Green, has opened a rat-
clasM barber shop next to Parker's re-
taurant, near the the 8. A. L. All wer
work done in fine style. Give Mhm a
call.
The editor of this department and
his family will leave for the Old Pal-
metto Stat#- tomorrow to visit relative
anld friends. On his return, the editor.
as requested by many. will publish a
brief report of his trip.
Go and hear the celebrated tenr.
Sidln-y Woodward. and the Fritda
Academy Jubilee singers. at Mt. Morl-
ah Baptist -hurjrh. July ) and 1*. They
;are among the finest of their kind ai
Amernc;. says Senator T. 'V. Platt ao
New TYrk.
*F. Mention, the hustl ng grs. as
enlarged his business and Is ready t


all points east. Also for Macon. At- supply me punic in cnoee -roe
lanta. Nashville, Ohicago. via Dixie vegetables, cool drinks. cofectaienry.
Flyer route. etc. Fre delivery wasn. Tf e or-
ders solicited. Ir bldlld ing Sout
For Leesburg, Croom. Trilby. Brooks- der icit
Main street
ville, Tarpon Springs. Clearwater.
Bellealr. St. Petersburg. Lakeland, *L. Green, the lightnn absver. CUM
Tampa, and intermediate points, and try his shave and hair cut asd yS
For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homoas- will always come. Shave. l*r.; be
a and intermediate points. cut. 2c.; honing razor, 2Se.: cmeav*
Sirazor. 75c. All work fIrst cta I-
For Jullette. High Springs, Lve Oak. ,
long delays. two chal Nwe dewi as
Dupont, Waycros and all points east l h est
an estAlbestlne Smith. er Woots teaiwL*
For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosanss Mra W. J. Ruth returns thank to
and intermediate points her friends for their many acts of
and intermediate pointsirt


Ikindness during her recent ereave-
;, Trai No. 3 an d 7 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Car. ment. She a; o thanks the Pealuar
P. & O te-amers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana ma Insurance Company for its premptsa
- : Sr, ::.. Tu ".ay!s and Thursdays at 11:3 p. m. jin meeting the death claim and fm-
Fr f .!. .-mp.'ete and reliable information regarding rates, through ear -ral -expens of her late ha-sbad. ad
-. arr.-:.rim-nt. slefewepr reservations, etc.. calion any Atlantic Coast Line rermmends the company in the Ih-
-:.'. a l.lless, e-t terms.


T CWHITE. Division Pass-nger Agent. -


RAILWAY


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


r kKfll S will be sold every Wednesday and
S Saturday drin g months of Jone, July, Au-
gust and Sptemter from points in the Southeast,
at one fare, pls $2, for the round trip, limit 60
days.


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