The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Porter & Harding
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v. ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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An Exclusive and Beautiful Line of Dress Hats
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Skilful Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands
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The editorr of the Star realizes that
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The Following Was Sent Out From
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(Savannah Morning News.)
Jacksonville. May lj.-Ten o'clock i
bulletins from Tampa. Orlando. ;.taines-
ville. St. Augustine. Ocala. Key West
and other cities of some size show that
as far as the count has progressed*,
Senator James P. Taliaferro leads ev-
erywhere for the United States sena-
torship. John N. C. Stockton is clos-
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er a ount treasurer. a poor third. Call is out of the race.
i Thever best For governor. Robert W. Davis, the President:
O 0 N TO BE A IRIDE y present Congressman from the second
.. Florida district, is in the lead. For HERBERT A. FORD
Cards are out announcing the en- second place the contest l. ks a .
SMi rt Py though it will be close between N. B.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charls P- Broward and D. H. Mays. A
*er. to Mr. Bernard Seliginan of (Co Indications at this hour are th:>t M.AR
agmbUs.Gr a. Mi ; Mrti. hisoeos f e- ,NW I M. Brown. the Confederate vet-eran
Itmhus a.; Ii s <;ertie Is one- of'
candidate. is not in the running.
andal l motstw mufin Anti ourIn the first district the reports re-
and ascomplahstd mu -people. will be- sorrytow- her maken r-lved indicate that Corlgressm;tn
fthe m uhe' rs ti H B M ASTERS, .;,rkma i i, u that .ot ERAL
i *w of the- at suoful tus in- H B M %M.l-Nam,- of Tampa is (lose- to him.
Ini the third congressional listti-t FneCa- aes
Sof fSouthwest Georgia. -A F I mar has no opposit ion. D ue i, a ll I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Landslide for Taliaferro
,Reports from Pensac,la and Tall.t -F NV H L
Judge W. S. ullock passed sentent e i I hassee indicate that Taliaf,-rrn le.ts. FINE VEHICLES,
on the following persons: A conservative estimate at this hour *
Margaret IHodgen. for selling liquor, WEIRSDALE BLITCHTON is that Taliaferro uill bhe nomhii-tt-il n
6", (this unfortunate girl lpromilse-d ti i the first primary. receiving a major ity Horses and MtlesI
reform) and plaird th- keeping of a Death of a Winter Visitor. Who Went Death and Burial of Mr. John Sanders 'If all votes a':st. It looks now like- a Boa d by the MOI
houseM of ill fame on the absent dc.-ket. North Too Soon The- farmers have commenced to lan-dslide for th- present junior s-n:a-
In the case of Minnie Ardish. she- T. \'lt soa l ". if- ieft ,n Mon- I hai .st their oat crops. tor. J. R M A
ed* Ifor sling liquor ,hutI- I MI. '.a*rt-r is on the i'k list.
te and for the keeping ol f a house day f-r the Noith. Mr. *' re- Th- bs th att church EXPOSURE
of Ill fame. The- t-ase was placel ton lo~orts a vei *O.o st-;Is-on at Ik-lkeside o t 4 r,
of III fame. The- case was placed on 'rt t L i I ,,-t Saturlhav for the piuripose of woirk- To cold draughts of air. to keen airol
Hotel the pa;st t% itnte-r. They h-eal now I
thi abwent ticket and she prniw t.o h- the-y I ing :t,, loo, king after the churt-h prop- cutting winds. sudden h.anges of t-m-
leave town. I -rty. They carried lui.nches. which perature, scanty clothing. undue ex-
Nel-lie Mathews. another subject for r .'!rnt:nin 1a \\ k .,! e, themn ga te the I
Nelline Mattwo. another subject for r ^whit Miua"-#kiisnith ge I t .-r v,.ry Iv ,-'epitable at the noon hour. posure of the throat :anl neck after
wiling liquor without a llf.'onas-s, and tW'hite .ionunt:oil .s. N. It. aila H get iti*oNl
ling liquor without a i twtense, and tho- Hi- t f t j Mts. \v;'aver of eala; is visiting Mrs. public speaking and singing., rrinngs ,Non
k|ir a houtof ill f-m,. was .*.ioughs andcol,.s. Ballards hHor-haunn, Frms -Bladsft I
and having a dl'e-tor- -eeltici:t. iate. would th sulnnir liusir ss. li "looks foi- 'atvi. el i iP this b laa1e. ao
not apiw ar in the court'fi f rm n. The e %%;it- ) rI l r et u rnl' l The I n| l th f t.l t,, o e. 13h 1aht onr of "Colum bia. S. c .. is Synrup I s the best c'ure. H
not apar in the visitingM Mrs rBlitt'h of .11azie. Mrs. A. Harr. Houston. Tex.. w'rit. P| 1 1
Cae Was dit-feri I crr. Tht M M r. J. .. Hadtsock was in our burg Jan. 31. 19f,2: "One bottle- of Rillarl's
Turner Presley was released. jI: .W. If t-ik tih sol.k. Jus or- 1ornay. ; Horehound Syrup cured me of a very Spe ial lo
Will Robinson. the- negro '.hot shot tiir""w'" o, frltit j ifenho latke'. just Mprcalay. Horehound Syrupf
Wil RobrS nn% th negro whe shot Mr. J. H. Lanier and sm is returned bad cough. It is very pleasant to take-."
Jailor Smith. .s given frtoi visit to Mr. L' s. daughter. near 2c.. 50oc. and $1. Sold by the Anti- t
in the penitentiary. h. r -..atly hight the ."re. pirop- Sunday. .Monopoly Drugstore. C OI an
The little niegero boy from Eureka. Miss M.aude Robinson re-turned to
for s.teal.tig. .as given four mSon-ths i r.1 A st h"N- li n New Line ofot
Slh%%if t ,,,UJi,',l th" %%':I- -,r,,-.'r tv. ,.t-4t her hon- at Villiston Tuesday. New Line of
jail.1.l.- is M.innli,- \i'iisn is visiting her ial, the Sot
The .gr. who tolee R. :. .ynges f he f'o, Ihp.a inter. Is i,- sitREMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,
T'y'e g i ,, ,t nh- t, ., .,k,.n s, o, sl st '. ts. 1.-,is. :at M.1 ,tbrook.
bicycle whas given nile y.-r. in the- o.., ;%t'o- t'i 11 hn s nlers die-'i at the home DENSMORE, HAMMOND Quickest Rot
ty Jail. and th.. ifoil #- .h,, stole A. sit' "' has !'' an 111'T" ale"'o t fl '' \ n -'ks % FV A
Mt r jail nd thI h .ee l o n svenT ftrl s. Ata. 1 f1 ,. s s th.,, thsa ef his ther. Mr. 4). S. Sanders. at 4 TYPEWRITERS
1-i.wt e wfferene in thsw gntenco eas.n | t'wt'd^ ,,f h, s I ,'.ith. 1' s, ',-'lk Thursdiay morning. He was -Just Received at- F V
a*len. in iout thirty-itine year-s of age. He OCALA MUIC OM N Y
iDttfth" Ths of thoffle'. Th-first shit.-int l, e. i hes is tw- t h OCALA MUSIC COMPANY T A
aeut of ther' o,.0ef the offenders. t n,,t.1hrth. l-;,-ss ;- ,ilip-,er an'! uncle to mourn R. I BEAN, T P. A.
OUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE his de-th. He ve y suddenly, of G. Wi Ely, T. P. A.
fOUi.EHOLO GOOtiS FOR SALE ".1 .t he;rt trouble. The bereaved have our SPARR
the- o,. hl tIs i this vi iinity. sy mti h .thy
--a .sy pasthty. | h D I
For a few days o.nly. Mrs. I. very interesting sermons were Ball Game Booked for Thursday,
('ran,.. at N. 1. 7t.South 'i- St.. .iil WILLIAM ANDERSONmonwere
oiler for al -. 'he-al'. ii-.n t.-1 \. ,,.. I; I ..nt" t4 re-,-omnlen, Kodlo l,!- -,.ih-t here Sunda;y morning and May 19
Arnil lot .eN... uini pn. alTa ... i te t s bi f qend n us- ev fig h f our pastor. Rev. J. M. Mor- The baseball team will give a i picuic
bureaus. -wit m.hin. ,t tonis. Inligestion aus's more ill ri. uth returned at the Meadow Land Park Thursday,
chairs. lanils. L.rg mirrtn and en- h.. alth than ,ny thing else. It rn- rs. Freyeruth returned May 19. This team w ill cross bats with
cal household effects. e tall early. ge*-s the stinach. an,' brings on all to) their home at this place Saturday. the Anthony team on that date. Ev-
rianner of disease. Kodol Iysplepsia erybody invited to come and bring well
HIS CAUSE OF COMPLAINT ,'ure ,liaget-s what yiou eat. cures in- TE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD filled baskets Ice cream and lemonade
i CAUSE OF COMPLAINT .qtion. tyspepsi. andI alli stomach ( uill be served on the grounds. I qufferedfor mineyears with ovr
.The richest mn in th rl nnt d my-l well w to mniy family. Du
soarders. Kod!l is not only a Twrfect The richest man in the world cannot The shipping season seems to be on ud ai:ihougb we hlougd for a child to
tood "gracious!" said Mitss B-. i nt have his kidneys replaced nor liveh 1 tbl .adontut racing be.ring-
S *'igedstent lut .1 tissue building toni as have his kidneys replaced nor live at this place. We have car to leave pulin thra h with
tie ty'writer, who ,works for a fnrm l. l.e. .id he.alth. p eyfe-t without them. so it is important not to every day, to say nothing of the nu- i to-:.ah anl vomited frequently andl
f lawet with offices not far from th f eglect these organs. If Foley's Kid- merous shipments which leave at Wi n Ca eral eth ipro
ta and hielnut thia Preets. "Tacordg l in it ney Cure is taken at the first sign of after 18 weekn was well. I am now
ttI Itt theh m rill.inap etrmoniinth4 oldl and my joins
to he Philadlphia Press Tho e i A eager. the symptoms w ill disappear. ur telegraph operator. W. 0. Luff- f- votr ' ndv,.ine.
Stl a horrit, hum.r toty, I'V "PlPR! your health will be restored, as it man. keeps aite husv re,-civi,,g ani c h;ldlces. i:.t-td of a happy
.t-e -n hi lke his tfor,. He RG K i strengthens and builds up these organs, delivering messages to the shippers, sand well o other.
snalol,-et at ine hierritely athen I nt-t ii Isthi else wilt. "I have used Fo
o take a e hrribly when I wen thi Busy ays and Big Output at the Still nthin else will. "I have used Fo- ing to the dry weather. the W.
to take some datien from him this ly's Kidney ure and take great pleas- Luffmn and Brother bean cro, WAs
itin. And when he spell "axle- T**'hot. lY ether tll ,ntu-s ure in stating it cured me permanently almost a failure.
tre wrong and I ceoriectedt him he Tley ;',." i.nkiing ilom tmt.enty to ,of kidney disease. which certainly Mr. Allan Rodgers. candidate for
Sinto a rage and threatened t dis- twnty-tiv els of tur tie at the .ul have t me my life." Potof- sheriff. was in our little burg Mondy Wine of Cardui is the, most s
charw' m'.." stall \e.-kly. flee Drugstore. interviewing the voters seemingly in m ita entir. ftreation. Wine
"sa M it this morning when he came We s-nt I days i the rick ity interviewing the voters. seeinli t nti fal oranisn
in."sa it theoishe-ndh teta Listut dTesiyrteu rckty 0fgood cheer. bring the ,,rganis |a, k t, their prc
n.'" said the f a.. wy. r and you bett last .ek a.t the cozy new ..ttage of PERSECUTING THE JEWS Mr. Lyles. the Brown and Stockton I (ar(lui lid for Mrs. Nirdlinger.
your life I'm keep 'ng out of his sway.- Hoi. J. I-Fr-nch. and in calling upon burning inflanrmation and lsrouug
Just then Mr o wted his office f-nposter, was around tacking up bills heaith and streinath and giea r
door and lin J l d hrles French Russia's Defeats Seem to Make Her asking the voter to remember Brown her al, e[ toco:ine-a a happy mother
door and chillingly said J. HIf. Heoln :mid Charles -i. French P'l M Cu A I h at -It t boo otn a happ motbe
Miss I u are not to bus .t M t.g f thIu- People More Cruet nl Stockton. for every duty f wif. hI.i and
**Miss IS- >f you are no, toh. usy wre .st ..1ontagu, fo, te .d..y l.,sM aun- ee e. Io. arker-. tf Jaw ks..nville.. f-rinn wonan a.ho think that hea
talking to thfit loay. I'd hlik to give y.ou !.y. Th- Fli .ankftu ti-r Zeitung oif Iterlirn ctfanai t s .virt tl r' n'rviink-'th f a gr
tl n g t ,,sIeatlv cy.nvIssing 'bu'ik m-k, htnit ric. ,, r,. t i wh ie, .r N r, i
otte dict.ation .n'" tQuit. .' nu.. uit "- p, .ssed rt-ie' ts that Russi has ordere.l the ,rly nvassiag eri tnt, rigit ienre- that while Mr. N irl
In half .i l hot ur sh.. atne out. flushed l tht411Kh this l.a. .' S tulat routt 'xpulS.'Ii, ,.f 11.-* J.. ish fa:n> corn- Min ay evenr g. He- srure a g,.i tw ical en.ter. T e pe el -n
and ex,.'t.-, t fr th- ,.,ii" .t l otrt Kii.riig t pesl n- rso; s. fr-om Nikolsk. in Mrs. J. lrtn h has l.-.i take it.
T"*h! he tre..ats us just like dirt." sh. j Whl.- ib i ,*..a. l.a t .st ".\.k \-. ,alle.d th.' i'rvinh u. r- of Tchernigoff. t i th '* All druggi tesill $1.00 bottle
said. almnst I ish I h:,!" n a t o ,t- l. \\a ,s-;..o;.l.'. M!. .n1.i, Ti' ma .tpority of those eXp l.led li-ve isl.
stayed with th:t com ,. y i t. y .>,:.r. A.. A Strunlik..ina.l found then v.-ry ther-' a.ind .ill 'a rec e.ilthy. They h.ive Miss .*la ,'tk tf 'aha .t r -|fr
iFr-ont street.' antily si ;t .'s-,< in lh-i" t is' hi ,me t.hus itit.rn ii.l uIe- d fro min position of lt hf, ... m -.;.

This excit-Ad thb.' e'st of the o fface
and one of the other .le- -
'la. d -
"Ali-' geti-rally the kindest ma.n I
etc -- kinewm, aind et'veii the offic loov
aitd "-y.s'" to this. Itut l b noo.n th.'
office frct'A" a.tas iit .a i t.ete blordlirdnlrlla
oln pait '.Whena. for the tenth tilnw.
th*e chief ttok %dow% n hais 'phone .in-!
they hbe.o, hni in ui murm r th'ruclh th.-
cloesed ofe"fi di

;t .i s',t.'- Mi St' unk is hlt\Iim ,1 is t-'-
.*., tt. 'ie th iu; tt' .tnrti '.ste'dl. |ul \'e.
tre itsorry to sA.t that 1;'s Stirunk hits
,'.ni t.qu itt 111 th. luist oif th.- time-
sIt: te Ih.y i h.t\. bl.,.n th.:,-.
M r. .t! M% W 'il!t?:.m; N..!mom ,tnid
.I by wsf I i a ,-I! \'s' 'i Mt i.M y I tt .1 \'isit
th' .: hoI l,- f h:s :.its c' i hr a y the!.
M1:s 1-' .Mss .i to lth.- ,.-nu.o'..y. *o
.!. e*',at I1 w-' :\ % ; ", : .

atdt : A CUI
"'1 cue 'ss hes"l tit : usi .,1 .:',\\. -.

.- **li\ ** :.a' tI
h'I .
"ai scigh. w || ." i'k*I fsa. t th 'a t: ra t* .N3

-h. that :. r h rilist I ," s t"..
hIx t <*, 1 just .
lo'sc tiitm e'. s'u \\l 'Tli he .- I -'tl* '!,1is -loo,,-
ti.- :
1;: t.' h .. ,. I .t ,',,n I.e t tu t1C lo ok] 's n--,r
ara'. alit ,ITs i- I -in't e ti 'T r-'nT u is't y
Sh t; v The
lii's: S.-;\.- .
d << tor y .>,,u th.. t" ,.1.-st .';,, \ :-t o .f,
tt t st a -i h t-- s e-, t, :-. .0:s
t he c'u; ;n h.'n th'., t .el !er ,' ,',-.-'.'e t'. lv

,n it he' h,,s t, l It.s t;..-we h FOR FIVE
a n t -y o u W t i -. 1 k i h -':- t %s. n A T T H E
too III" :Tl-t. ,m t w Th- ,
for e.alT tt
MThe IStv s s i ss p 1 -,!I" 'h 1 T E N DiC
e -.. The s l"'k- i, *-"a' th,-ir thr., ',s.


Sn. ;..a a. I *ns'. ltts I
Eh. C E '.\T isP.ER '.*' t,, t' y .e

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I. ;.-*!- n .'..n1 tn-.r .ski:
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.iiflu'lrnv to onit. -of destitution. Tcher-
ii o4t'f. says the p.ta-per. is u Ithin the' ati:.i th*- -xpulsions :saccor .tr*- It'l .al .in*i t nothing tiiore nor !-ss
th.ani. .tnton. l persetcution.

Is no more danigrous thani to Uneglect
ki.l-n.y -.isirdl:s l-''lhy's Ki-Iney Cure
,rzii-, ts !'r-t gula:n-;I's an-I has cured
ir.- y \. -:. ,ts'. s .aftsr other: trt-. t-
rni-'t h..s f.Iati -l. It bull is up the worn
out I s-su-s tll'i !est s' he a!th andi
N it,:-. "I tr .'ubl'. with ki,ineey
I an't i.t:i;t .f,: .al-sit tn y e.'ars." wxrites-
A. I. u.-u% 4of Mt. ',:- linr,. ls, .1 but
t\, ,, 't-l s if Fr:,-y's K .!nr-y ,'ure ef-
f-. |'.. a ... e ... 'irre. Pstoffi-e
I' *".n s'- e-.'* .


The NorrNa M.irtinez. the C.
the. El Solo. ani the Fama N
four of the best 5c. cigars t
T.irT.; a'T: Imany others to b
: T. WN. Tr-x;er's cigar case.

. H. S.,
made in
e found

S om uw iay a ( i m it l ,-i s ,ii iii
with her sister'. Mrs. S. I. Sout.-:. -f
!this place.

.Mrs. Josie Sunni-r. I;rB-r-non.l. T--x .
u rit. .. A pril 1 5v. I ,1 3 l h,>v. 'v- -
l.allanird' Snow I.inim-nTv in my : i ;i '
for tift'e'tn ye.trs. I \aull ni-,: 1- :',-
out it it, th,- house I h:av-, us.-! '
mn'y hItti.- gir f.,r gros ii r .
gains s in her kni -'s. It -u:--! h-.' -. t
.ta i .v. I h.,av- :ilso, us-'! t f,; ft
tiitt-: f, t" \ ::h ,,,i,. u... .*-s. IT ;-
the ,be -*** .in-. $1 S.-1 I,.v the A: t:-M.1 n ,;-
t *i I >: lgst. ," '.


The Carnmichael and S.n ,0o. ke-,p
conrst.a.ntly on han.1. reoeivrig a fresh
supply every tx\.o ,. ys. ;, ious, s;ure
Georgia ,creanmery butter. 2"5 engt por
pound. kept on ice. Phone No. 37.


Yu at: '. t h.x%,- g .. .. I ': :.:.-
y,. r' k. : sY ..:- s n.,n- .h- .: '.

ore- ik t.o v. I th- .-: : .' '-
Shoi .i'- 1. u e : o f v If


R. Anderso

Goreo Ford

HEbert A. Frd.




Haggles a"d Trapi
s!Saddle Horsesi etc.


for Sale. Hores
ath at Special Rate.



1o prll 30, 1904

w Rates to

the Northwest

thenn Pacific


Central Agent,
13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.

395 Broma Street.
PUiLAsLaxIA. PA., June *1, 1-.
rian troubles making life a burden to
rmng that time I had two miscarriange-
Nbless our home this seemed impos:.-
Jown pains in the pelvic organ and a
qqurnt bheadaches. I felt sick at my
i no medicine helped me until tried
ed. the pains gradually lessend ad
the happy mother of a boy eighteen
me in sending heartfelt thanks to you

iArLaw. ST. Anft. W'e *Assmusag.

ucc'sf.ful menstrual regulator. By
of t'ardui banishes inflau.mation
u anrl the strengthened ligaments
'o wr place. This is what Wine of
It L.anish'ed the racking pains and
ht her relief. She was restored to
ine of 4.'ardti the credit of making
'r. This -netlicine equip a woman
;ntherh,lI. There are many suf-
lthi ca i never I-*# theirs leo.-ause they
e'at ;-tralist. but we want to say
i'ger lives in Philidelphia. a great
\ Vine of *'ardui for a cure and she
e is within your reach. Will you
e@ Wine of Cardui.


Air Line Railway

$45.55-ST. LOUIS. MO., AND RE- T. k. r.... *laiy -i' ning April
TURN ... ", l ,- -mt.-r 1.. returning.


-.. .n *: I: i :;y. i*s4'n!.1ng n April
::.'- ie'u! n;ing ,') days from
4'-- ,f s u:e.

$30.55-ST. LOUIS. MO., AND RE- T k. .-n h:1vt. t,-gaainning Ar-ril
TURN -P :'- : a..." f'..m ',.te of sale.


$24.20-CINCINNATI. 0.. AND RE-


T: .--' ,n a.r'- M1,y I'; a:tn 31. only.
.. These ticke?- good
;r *v 'c.
T. n-. s : > .A. .; s2. so ". Ilu sive:;
t..r"..'- : a-t : t J--n- 19 4.
T. k- s M :. r.n 4. ::mT'*--
:." ..:.:,,: t, M ay :'9.*4
- - .." *..:e J-;.y :'a r. 17 lIn'mt-
-. .- tog J;y ;: Extensi,,n

T -. r s: May I'. 1!. 12. with fl-
: i" I .v frn ',ae of .a*a.e.












Staple and Fancy Groceries Delivered

to all Parts of the City


and down stairs. gas fittings. etc. *nly onei,- hl. k offf kl;aaha.

for s$ anI ,,ne for $,1 por month. .tinr thre-- -xtra large lots; two blocks
off Otklanahai. A bargain at $17"".
now: 1 mile from depot in this ,'-oin!y. Pri' i*. $1 er .0i re.
blocks from railroad and one b1o4 k off 4) k4!. l .iha. Must be sold now.
Price. $3o0.
Special Attention to Rent Accounts.
Notary Public for state at Large of Florida.


v. Di'rro).


Tell more good tales about our candy
than we would dare to print, even with
ri'fles.ty leavened with pr!de. If yo
want to know the merits of our confec-
tione:y-purity. (deli-iousness, sweet-
ness. taste as to form and make-you
have only to ask tnose who buy. eat
and delight in Lowney's sweetmeat&


Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for business e
the Fishel Old Stand, West of the Sc are.
All Goods New and First Class: Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints; a
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves. Ranges. Farm Tooeel of al
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware. Agateware. etc. Sash, Dee.
and Blinds. Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Range*-none
better; Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Loew
est Prices Will Prevail.
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familirisaes UI
With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited

*l*l*l*onlelUoUloUl il*s en1em


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savannah Columbia. Camden, Southern P l
O Raleigh, Richmond. Washington, Baltlmsore,
Philadelphia. New York.


Office Over Munroe & Chambliss
Dn.,l. -('I.n. t5-..a-IA

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law dl & a


Captain Jno 1I. Ingli I in the city.

The t. hal tw.-nty-tuo ar-
rival% yo-sterilay.

You can get hut steaks. eggs, coffee.
tc. at Lanie's.

The most elegant display of cand)
Stown B at IDame b.

Any kind of l't. h. lhot or cold, quick-
?I served at Oamnies.

Everybody rolls att Chambers and
Hal--y's a, lin*g I---thy.

Iouis l.,na <.f l*.\t*-' \\;t .it th,-
0 <'.1; H *'-: ...i .


Ocala Eveaig Star, Wednesday, May I I, 1904.
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SWahingtonr. May 11.-Fair tonieh
!and Thurp,'ay. ,-x,.-;t sho,? -rs oii th,
S.outho ast -coast.


thf.r-al u t i f l i '!I:I:1. .a
nai I-.a r..! I' iaa2 't 1Y e

.1. l Is erI. ~- I.~-a~ .. I'

Pearl tr.'pth ua.~.ah Is the bett We fwl -n r'-

'3 LuntvheR. iate-ak, cucffaee.milk. pies.' 7.-,-. ,~.a
SMhdl~ichos. etc.. at boare's.

If. ~,\~a ij .MaIE.- -of I.-ASCENSION DAY

Who- fi deut 1. sraiake- the Milo IDeyo
Se. cigat. All geri.'iuo .ipal jea-atrs. ,*' .a ~ ) !a!a aa.

l-ur.-k.. .a'i :. *t ..1~4 aof %a.iioli
~4.t9 f.*~' I. !i'at1 iak.I _!' 'tfY t k. !t ~ at '~~e!' a

I..,t ItItT.!&'@a'i3 ali II. -tIT eif n- I q a4up-

tl uq a.'..'U..1

GerlIC'sWita h Hazel 1siave, bent tfor
harad 'a'ater. ITty it. Omatot'Iiae Iiiug-

Stic'ky VIy Jea ..* i fl 1or 'ax t. Fres~h
stock jus'- t 'i'. aI. inI & lCo.,
phlotreNip. ~

%%~sill a-Ili ).u a neinne cheap, andl on
eatty tel t iA..F. W. Loitto. Merchants'
blo. a. k, ( Oa'aa Ia. Fla.

*'h.1.I. If .1.1,.% '.0"la.Itttglao-a
I'loo..;h.i. no'1a 4. ti-'ml, U tl 'aa
andI 11i ** t ow*j a 7-1 ) %

I..:tr4'laIa.-. rI"t.1 ''-a aing !IIa,.11 (aout tor

Ta. W. T'epx It-i. Ago-nt for Iluylt-i a

p'ti ay m~ i.-:k.-I ;:ie feer Iae.uaaa;
1jPnd ip u siaS41 Ut n tho laitialie.

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Heavy Loss and No Insurance-Two
Smaller Fires



T..r.--V. : '.-, ...;. t Sistrunk and Wartmann Lead for the

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Legislature and Gordon for Sheriff
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A t .. S .' !. ', Plnl, It. RP.. h,..:.
For United M..Saes Senaor .
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For United States Senator



Al te:t Ia tat rt u.:. ra;

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Fresh Every Day
Phone 163
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Member National Democrat

tc Com-:

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For Men Ladies and ie

T:. -- t .-.'a of "Onyx" hosiery is due to its perfect blak sad MO
-,;-:: .;:y. shape and finish. It is guaranteed "t to stain he ft, C.-
:in;.. ~. ;.:, .-s not Lhange the beautiful Black: it remains perfect m-
til the.- t.o e s ,.or:. out.
"We Never Change Celer.


SDlgats .Frm State at Large t Na. . .. ... ... ..... -
Delegates From State at Large to Na-

tional Convention

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De legates


From First District to Na-
tional Convention


, itker, of the

Highest Grade 5c. Cigar


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Secretary of State
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CHA Flor.a.
Oca!a. Florida.

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Attorney General

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Superintendent of Schools


goi.. I aaat e' a.'I L.iTa he Place ~ ~ a,. .;~ .. 't~::.i ~t rAdjutant General
ii I t h a .. a : .. a 4 4 . .. . . . .. . 4
~l Ia..ilot..a,.fia.: c au t tin lFarame.* a' t' r .; 1.'''1 .' "aJustice Supreme Court
4.111 thi IIt.'-Ia lita h. :qat) ... ... ':a .f. 2...... it a!taa 1. tt aIill. a1a.I . . . 7
be esa'e~lent* a~im 'amial.' ly Ch rles V~a~~i......... ..... .......... .............47
d ill %11t. 411. .. I ,. 34.114. T'4
Is atr. J. A 11i1ttina iid 4 tann .... .... ......a. a 't. a ~. .. .. .

01. cali I".hda ~ji.t i;.- *cala N %SC. a2.'. h- a..!.a .a~.~ ~.State Convention
'.1 : -' a aI~ta!3 ~ aa a ii) a 191 at~ a. .... ....... 'a.....a... a ....

All of our Spring Goods are now

on Display. We have the finest

line of Millinery in the city.

.. a and see us.

lt'I jil! !I aa.' Z... a,.*-th tha 11. I i' ila
al'hata'a.1 1 Ioaii. ta t I. 4 rtla 3.i'
1w-au Fa I'Ia.. a U i :aat.

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ila.'::ahlta t.,a I '.a.aa".'a I u~. Ia.

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s'a' e t PI of I::t.I, a3444'ita itit itata .
full 'ah.-Pp hilet :T,Z 'iApttly ': .1. a'
4 14) :.ia~ o j. I iat S .1 v

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It ywa ut"ali aa ga aol drink of 'milk. acl!1.. .*....I'1~ t .a r '
tin') the w .lai J'.r'el-% C: v~atln'y. IPure
mtilk. I ~e~l'avt i tti.0~'eeverty mo~r nizng. I llP-11 e;F~ -'t
tv. lo!i.ii'. jr~a' ~t.l e. v ,tiaa aa ial I s. 1'al, t ''on L..Ia

.1 ~ ~ ''3. ,.pa u.f"13 t.111.~'a'~~ a~a *.aal a:~ in'. aaa. 1Ia-

Jim. I art, t. 'a.!..I !1,:s T!a'2a

1-4i ".t*6 %I 1.-4 '.. ia:;:. ha. ttf -

d? 3 1 '.. a 'a%1;.-a:'- a;

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Opposite City Hall

P. 0. Box 374


Repairing a Specialty.


Carpentering and
General Repa!ring
Satisfaction Guaranteed
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BOX 69!



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County Judge


25 Magnolia Street.

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Mrs. Hicks old 2

lad. .":I :!!.. k


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Clerk of Court

Tax Assessor


Ocala, Florida

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Tax Collector

Superintendent Public Instruction



County Commissioner. First District

Member School Board
Member School Board

Justice of the Peace




Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machi

Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Srreys, CaM


Building Materials, Every Kind and Descr


Phosphate Plants Installed Complete

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Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. It is a





McCrath's Old S

Rebuilt and Newly Fmc sed

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qc jp-iaPIF'r@'9SXIV 3DrSMISM CCOX




In Five Sizes


Lucie F.

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Presidential Electors




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Ocala EvJing Star, WedeMday, May I1, 1904


(CnTir.:,-t f:,-,: n i:

V, An S H

v ia gp heim buUiers with the very
Sea s oins lumber tr qvry par-
"P While the demands of our cus-
turs mare Wreat we have disappolat-
O mone and ar glad to state that our
*Mrta to meet the desire for a grade
Of imaber of the best quality have been
apprelcated far beyond our expecta-





For 60 days in all departments

At the Ocala BAzour

We afte always &ow g new dys__L.
t Lails lr and eck wexr at THE OCALA BAZAAR

"rhe lam oe of crockery,
ag coifa gods eve AT THE OCALA BAZAAR

Sm ow e globe shape bowl and pitcher worth $1.25
t cut pre 99c at the Ocala Bazaar

L..k g Lace, Em ery
. Rboa Cot- the OCALA BAZAAR

A full line of Bean, Stew, Rice and I'ndding, oki:g \castc!-, at
Right prices at the Ocala Bazaar

W hit lin-,i sto... milk '.t**-. s an.l
tidiry pans -it th.- OCALA BAZAAR


Orao lteware. Tinw-are, Glassware, and all kinis opf ll,,ns.-hi.i :;.I Kit, hni
/J Furnishings AT THE O(CALA HAZ.WkAR

Thee's Room for Success

In the Great Southwest

mU ever .-',nsidweired the zite.t i'iil*.*it If.;- -

better tg-laureIsemation-in t1ai'a* I .a:I hi.

ply toecauwe there are niore fmitigii tli;inm t 'H
Can you a fford lt ie verlook an til~imot~imityiit' 1. iz' I,- -
ou (tr illumstrrmte-I i owkitett vIII ini.. yvi u Ill.- 1 -11 1 i. 1;1,! ;11.i ---
ta il. If not ititerested yourself %%i i,- f. -. I lien xi i.% xV ii
behalf of your lefss favored relitt ais i.i -i211.
(Mention this Paper.)

Plus $2
For the round
trip. First and
third Tuesdays
of ea .h month

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'Chicago. I:
Chicago. Ill

A Remarkable Bargain

A y' S eriptio to ,PEARSON ........... ....... (Os for
Vour choacc ofany one of t., following bou. or::in:.i: i-:

One ie La.% 'r-st.
A cclweared s! (-y vif !t'.eSmaz:k

GTM~ A M'A Vd ~U-&ra!l~-." SA)s the Ciaigaisu
It W.HtUu
'. -A be
"At l,- amu ua.pow-er U ? it".% .2

O'Gmlfher' L" t..e 9- ..-% is.Ac tce author
t--!: 'r Lo s cw e
HisladtaJ c- l.t-ev: : ri-ci

The e I %c 7 -t t,

Fotptvna R. SYnet-ts


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M~OLL~Y .Lvi-r SE20 r L

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rsP: ;ago. Wants Caus

Legacies Have Been Large
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- Bor.i ~ Itching, Scabby
VI Dc ''ses.


~ta riic Blood Balm, guaran~e.r-~


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3MrS. susie Crowell reports a very
:;.e:.'.int trip to Daytona.
The meeting it Zion M. E. church
h.,s c4tied until! Sunday night.
The *ebd Fllows building on West
Hro.iaday i ,s ;'rorgresszng nicely.
*Fine roe shad every other day s-ar
Tompkins' stall. No. 10. city market*
The S. ~A. L offers s- 4p ial rites to
WVest l-'horitia May 16 .n.lI 17. gmol for X
steven days.
*Call at the Mark House for com-
fortable lodging and board at reaomo
ble rates. West Broadway.

h. : !i:y .: .-i e.. >il e-v r.i !.ws ~ * ,,::-;:n.,,n.hng r:it. from .all Suth Fl,,rida Point-. All tickets good return-
: T.. t... *..k .it is l ne. Uerv ing by re4uizr trains. Fnte:tainment at Mitchell Hall Mon-
: t i t:. \V *'heini,t .r. I oth-r -lay nicht for the benefit of the car-
t. pent'l uni, on. Admission. lc 'hil-
; "'T,, .':;. ,- in: I:r. th- i...>r. SE E IY. r V ,*rI. lDA.
, ,.n 1 , .-I:l. t,.;..,, u,..,-,l .n ,.y t.,n .,1 J IL V J L 1 K m_ I
-SV E D AY' I.lmr-t* "Fresh water bream and trout. sit
S. .water trout., sheephead and ba. ad
.... "" ":.- "n ." :1- xluive .,f daitef atle. F".r full itnf..rmation :t ll .In ticket .agent or write ait cured mullet anJ fresh oy-ters at
t i. .. :- 1 *n the : I .A. *. Mo Po 'NEI.I. A. (;. 1'. Act.. J., k.isnvill.. Ui.. Jake Thomas. market.
.. :s .. unt s .T ..h-r :irti l-s J4 HN I"'ZIER. Agent. \W. %V. NI >N. City Ticket Agent
." ::- 'ti-. T ,'.- h .t..- et.. stolen O,.ili. 'loril.. The rernmolleile. home of RK tMitch-
i :'"ii. H.- s ; -" t .-1: io '-'-.. the .i ?- '1 .ii i;ng ow mpletion. when it inll
,!-.;i s ... .. "'in-: in.ti.y months. ,n ,. f ithe h.>n.lsome.t rt-si.lences
Th I of th- hi-use., l this f the cloret citizens of H-ala.
tlln ti tL et. n AtlaRnto Coast Line Railway Cony v. .. .,
h .i.. ,-- ii : liI. ,%, r i r Jg,, ,g. tf
.t1.-!,s il. .,ni- h h.il1 put a lo k dick S*aturday to, hol Rev. P. 4. Jack-
Si .... ,i m.-. ,,*'. hit hh ,-carri-li TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10,04 M I""M At' 't *l i "i'.rterly -o'n'renc-e. He
h- Vy k-. .. tsl .i..,r. The- ..,l1 ni t llI turn Ion Sunday ;.ftotn.*mr in. All
i.-.l i. n ,h,is I 'i'In ii. 1 ,oul.i the ien" i .l rs. rv. ur.e-1 t bring up
i " i,, ... ,o .-nt. DEPARTURES FROM OCALA their luers S ut.ta;y *on pastor' .sakl:ry.
".l- :i.. i, th..t to4r thi a. .-g' Pr Ro.helle. Palatka. Jacksonville and M.1ny of our p:atraons dislike the rule
hi.v' 1 ..<. si.,; t.. .-ti-: t1 ." r.',Hm ti TRAIN NO. 78, 1:15 P. 4 all points east. Also. for Macon. At- ,.f .i.h iii a.iv.v n.e for ,ilvertisements.
Sh... :foia.i.. her uties. h lanta. Nashville, Chicago. via Dixie hut w% must sti.k to the rule. bteiause
'" .i... "" ": i".. ..n. .1." th Flyer route. h-hen w- trust them ainI the tiam i.e
': ... -"-,,'! ,.. tli :'U. .Sh 1n For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby. Brooks- u"t .tn I they .'int p ;,.y.AI the satitsf ..-
.. .y l." ,i. s.s;.ii..iis .n.i no- TRAIN NO. 39. 3:20 P. M. ville. Tarpon Springs. Cltarwater. tii:! wie zt o. v.-u ill hiave to cut
t .i.l .: l..Iiaz out o.f Belleair. St. Petersburg. Lakeland. that ..lvertiseme.nt out.*
n. sh.** and;thrnterme ltlate po nt..
iho .. positivly il..nit.. Tampa and intermehate points. *I. reen. the lightning shaver. Call
11; .';-y ..n t, tms ,,s st.l. :., so TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosas- an. try his qhave ani hair cut and yoe
:i, s:,, T. l, I. t ,, .Jl,.,on :!t,.t. sa and intermediate points. w ill -.tays ome. Shave. 10.;: hair
\\'h:ar t-',.'..l. M:l. J,,..:.n I,'rok,, or Jultette. High Springs. Live Oak. ut. :.'.: honing razor. .'e.: concave
!i,,.; ?.i .l .:..a,.lA. lI ;.lt t, M.. TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M. M)uponit. Waycros and all points east r.aiz, 7.. All work frst c-lass. ?e
':;:! t!.:! is,:y .:n To ty hi .. a n s *.- .. -. -'"' "- ^,ai.h irs. Next door to
S:: .... - i ,L TR..'i o. 7:0 A. F"or Juliette. Gulf Junction. .1.. "tif"e smith. .Ttr ihadway.
."t "11" "i li ." "n!- .an, interme.liate points. .,,,,, ,,,,,,,.. i.i.. th... ,oril
Ti* No. 9 and 7 -carry Pullman Buffet Parlor t'ars. in- more .ref-rahle than their .iompainpy.


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Sund;i.ys. Tu-s-iays and Thursdays at 11. 13 p. m.
l.-'r fulll. co.i>mIlte and reliable information r,-e arling ra.t s. through car
:tirrT Yiin.'.rnts. sleeper reservations, et.'.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line
:u a.ri:t. ir aid:ess.
T. C. WHITE. Division P'assonger Agent.
H. MI. .sImERSON., Traffic Manager. W. J. *'RAI,., General Pass. Agent
Wilmington. .Vorth Carolina.

Florida East Coast Ry.

LOCAL TIME CARD No.55. Effect Apr. 12,1904.
saily. Daily. |.ilt. Daply.
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For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Informsateo

fTf." ar,- injurious to every i*Kl4
a use. "Ston- thrower. :and hand hid-
.*.-'A." ;ril the o,pnet-r *o; alls them
th.- hb-tter the .rld will he without
them. Let those who ;are striving to
d'o right k-ee, th- mihdll- verse in the
1iwl.- i0i the-ir minds: "It is better to
trust in the L.ordl than toi put confl-
'i *in'- in man."


"1 I.S t.akeii ''-vi-r-l.y %. ik with kid-
n.y. troimhlep. I trioil all .ort.s o
. in: none of hi'h relieve-d me. *mne
liy I s.a % .n .l. of your Ele-trii IBit-
t.-t' .a.l I .t-e mini-. to try that. Aft-r
t.akinrIg a fte *to.e-'s. I f'-It reliever. :.nd
.**oon ther aft-r \ .it ~ entirely vurdt, .~nid
hate not s *-n .a s1 0k ,lay stnce. Neich-
hor .-f min- h.avi. h-en cur.-d of nhit-u-
mn.i;nis. Ne-ura;lIi;a. lIv-r .an.l Kidney
t',iil.l-s .ai.l * *-n r;l L-bility." Th.i
is 1:. F'. lI: t otfFr*einnt. N. *'
. P,.. .. it th- .nti-M.mnn**-
I >r; t. uio;e

Ir the- 4*-. i;t '-oi M..iion *'.,.itity.
Floor l.; In. *h' n. .?V
T 1',;i pma.! .i i ,.I Inv -,4t1me-nt 4<'om-
..;ny. '- is \'. T7-dic,". -t il.
It is ,orl'- ol th:at th- ,l-ef'nl.intS
h,-;e-in ..m1.l. Ho e I. Still. S. H. Still,
K. P. A .*. Ie--iha .\llo--i. John lP.
I..-itner :inl F-lix I.eitn-lr he .in, th-ey
aire he:hyv re-'i iro- to q pjoa r to the
bill of ,,,ar l.tir.t ir: this ;ii se on or
lefor- Monl;,y. the 4th a'y of July. A.
I*. 1''4.
It i[' furthe,-r or !<- that a oopy nf
rhi ,r t.r ,- r-.ui.he-, In those -ala
S.t:ir for ight ona-' *itn.iv- waaks.
This th 29th a.iy of April... A 1. 4.
S. T. S istrunk.
P'lark C'irc'uit ')ourt.
Ry HI. *" Sisrrunk. D. C.
R I.. Anr,'---on ;,n 1 Wm. H',--ker.
S.>li, itors for ',)mpla;inanta.

Ca O.Do

F. W. Ditto, Room 12 IZ eerk _.'j
lock. Ocala. Fla.
F,,r !',ms to bui' I on, from 319 to S5W
h',,, to ilve in. from s75 to S10&O
Sor. of these go for ,ash and mine
,.n e-a.y terms. I warrant all titles

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FlTEEN CanTv- 1W r
TV CEIT ar-numoumsmwsy

THE KM rima

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s.S ella. Ware is very low. Call
0 A ID z .,i 1w see her.

I.Set-the proqreswivepBatrca. &Stall So.
cizty market.

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Double DailyTrains
4 a .ri-. i %,!-pir2 z I aft

Electric Lighted Throughout

Birminrihaim. Memnphis. and Kansas City

Tcxa.i. GIai'orna arj Inian Territories

Far West n7,d Norfr.,-*est.
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L. BITTINGER & CO. "14e B louse u e TQal Us T Ion Rii nt" The Jacksonville;Following Last-Was Night Sent, and Out Later From i.! EY UL BANK.CAIITAL

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll

Proprietors and Publishers Returns -May Change It J .

(Savannah Morning N'ws)

Jacksonville May 10.-Ten o'clock $ OOO.
or and General Manager.R. MEN'S FURNISHINGS :
bulletins from Tampa, Orlando Gainesville 3

R. CARROLL, St. Augustine, Ocala Key West 1.
and other cities of some size show thatas
ity and Business ManagerThe
far as the count has progressed = 1j

he Is a ditor defeated of the candidate Star realizes and otrerscongratuia.tions that : HI-HI Bran of f Clothe l t [ Senator James for the P. United Taliaferro States leads sena-everywhere R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Clarence Camp, J. K. Christian j

successful torship. John X. C. Stockton is closest -
to his com- I
to him. while Governor Jennings :s George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.
a petitor, T. E. Pasteur; for the third
a poor third. Call is out of the race.
term as county treasurer.
The best For governor Robert W. Davis, the
very President: Cashier:
present Congressman from the second

Florida district, is in the' lead. For HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. WATSON.

second place the contest looks as
Cards are out announcing the engagement _. .
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of Miss Gertie Peyser i HOSIERY COLLARS though it will be close between X. B.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles PerlI If 'Broward and D. H. Mays. I II |

I Indications at this hour are that CM. 'i J. R. MARTIN & CO. A E. BURNETTTIlE
r, to Mr. Bernard Seligman of Co- J
NOBBY SHIRTS Brown, the Confederate ran ; |
lumbus, Ga. Miss Gertie is one ofOcala's ,
candidate, is not in the running. !

most charming young ladies .. In the first district the reports received JEWELER
and accomplished musicians and our
4 indicate that Congressman;: GENERAL LIVERYMENFine
people will be sorry to see her make :
Sparkman is leading, but that Robert :
her! home elsew here. The groom-to-be H. B. MASTERS
I< In! one of the most successful businessmen >-

of Southwest Georgia.IN In the third congressional district Carriages, Baggies and Traps IE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER

OVAL: FLA. Lamar has no opposition. ,,
Drummers Saddle Horses etc.
.. Carryalls, ,
Landslide for Taliaferro

Reports from Pensacola and Tallahassee JEWELRY

Judge "". S. Bullock passed sentrme indicate that Tahafrrro lead's. FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES
on the following persons: I A conservative estimate: at this houris ANDOPTICAL

Margaret Hodgen. for selling liquor WEIRSDALEDeath BLITCHTONDeath that Taliaferro will be nominated in

$j0, (this unfortunate girl promised to the first primary, receiving a majorityof Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
reform) and placed the keeping of a of a Winter Visitor, Who Went and Burial of Mr. John Sanders all votes cast. It looks now like A Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.

house of ill fame on the absent do<'kt't. North Too Soon The farmers have commenced to landslide for the present junior sena-

In the case of Minnie Ardish, she was I I tor. I '
hat vest their oat
L. T. Claw son and wife left on \Ion-I I crops. J. R. MARTIN & CO.
fined $100 for selling liquor without license -
Mr. Carter is on the sick list.
day for the North. Mr. CI.1wsun reports -
and for the keeping of a houseof The members of the Baptist church EXPOSURETo .. REPAIRING A SPECIALTYMerchants
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a very good season at Lakeside
ill fame. The case was placed on met Saturday for the purpose of working cold draughts of air.. to keen and .
Hotel the past winter. They head now
the absent ticket and she promised to aid looking after the church cutting winds, sudden changes of t..m-I Block.
Washington., D. C., where they will I
leave town. erty. They carried lunches whichweie AN OPPORTUNITY OCALA FLORIDA
I remain a week or more, then go to the I -I
Nellie Mathews, another subject for very acceptable at the noon hour. I ,
White Mountains X. II. and get his -- --- -- -
selling liquor without a license, and I Mrs. Weaver of Ocala is visiting Mrs. I public speaking and singing brings on
hotel there, the Hillside Inn ready for
keeping a house of ill fame, was sick, Weaver of this coughs and colds. Ballard's Horehound

and having a doctor's certificate, could the ward summer to an early business.return He in the looks fall for-I to a Mrs. McMahon.lace.of Columbia S. C., is I I :Syrup is the best cure. From fflarcn 1st l t 10 priI30,1904 4 @CIIJI EED 3WORUGROCERY '

not appear in the court room. The Lakeside.Mr. \'i'itinglr5.. G. M. Blitch of lazlE:'. Mrs. A. Barr, Houston, Tex., writes

case was deferredTurner Mr. J. A. Hadsock was in our burg Jan. 31. 1902: "One bottle of Ballard's
W. H. Stokes has sold his orange -
Presley was released. Monday.Mr. Horehound Syrup cured me of a very
Special low Rates to DEPARTMENT
grove, fronting on the lake, just
Will Robinson, the negro who shot J. H. Lanier and sons returned bad cough. It is very pleasant to take."
west of the hotel, to Mr.I J-'. Haskell,
Jailor Smith, was given twenty yearsin from a visit to Mr. L's. daughter, near ::!5c.. 50('. and $1. Sold by the AntiMonopoly I

the penitentiary. who recently bought th.lutJre prop Ocala Sunday. Drugstore. California and the Northwest Staple and Fancy Groceries Deliveredto

The little negro boy from Eureka erty.Mr. Miss Maude Robinson returned to ,
H. A. Gage of Jamestown ='. Y..

Jail.for stealing, was given four months in who occupied the Wiley property east her Miss home Minnie at Williston Wilson visiting her New Line of via. the Southern PacificQuickest all Parts of the City

of the hotel for the past inter, Is le- REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,
The negro who stole R. E. Vonge'sbicycle sister Mrs. Lewis: at Montbrook.Mr. .
to have taken severe cold Rout
ported| a I
was given one year in the county John Sanders died at the homeof DENSMORE, HAMMOND
since his return home about five weeks PHONE. NO 163
Jail. and the one who stole A. A.McCranle's his brother, Mr. O. S. Sanders, at 4o'do'k TYPEWRITERSJust
ago, and a few days since the sad J. F. VAN RENSSALAER
wheel was given h\o years.
Thursday morning. He was Received at- ,
news Leached us of his dealh. --- -
The difference in the sentence was on about
thirty-nine He
The first shipment of peaches is being years age. OCALA MUSIC COMPANY
account of the of the offenders. R. O. BEAN T. P. A. Central
ages leaves a brother and uncle to mourn Agent,
made fromoirsd:1le now. and the

HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE prosits| are fine for a large crop from his death. He died very suddenly, of SPARR ( G. W Ely T. P. A. 13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. FOR YOU TO BUY
The bereaved have our
the orchards in this vkinity.

For a few days only, Mrs. D. ('. Two very interesting sermons werepreached Ball Game Booked for Thursday,. and down stairs gas fittings eti. t IIIly one bin.'k off oiklauaha,

Crane, at No. ;:, South I'int''t... will Does not WILLIAM hesitate to ANDERSON recommend KodolDyspepsia : here Sunday morning andevening I May 19 I p

offer for vile I cheap, iron beds wood by our pastor Rev. J. M. Morns. The Ii we- CALL ON DITTO FOR PRICE.
cure to his lends and cus- baseball team will give a picuic ?
and oil stoves dining and oilier tables I
ill at the Meadow Land Park i
Indigestion more Thursday II
bureaus, sewing nia 'hine, bookcase, tomeis. causes Mr. and Mrs. Freyermuth NO. :2.! -FINE INVESTMENT AND GO OD HOME. ONE _HOUSE RENTS l"
mirrors and health than any thing else. It deranges I May 19. This team will cross bats with for $S and one for $10 per month; and three extra large lots; two blocks f
chairs, !lamps, large:; gen- their home at this Trials of Motherhood
the stomach, and brings on all place Saturday. the Anthony team on that date. Everybody I off Ocklanaha. A bargain at $1700. f:
eral household effetts. Call early. I I
manner of disease. Kodol DyspepsiaCure : I invited to come and bring sell NO. 3.-1000 ACRES OPEN LAND FOR FARMING. OR STOCK. MUST GO [:

THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD i i S95 BroaJ Street.PHILADELPHIA. now; 1 mile from depot in this county. Price Jl per acre. L
:' digests what you eat cures indigestion filled baskets Ice cream and lemonade j' p PA.,June 12,1908.

HIS CAUSE OF COMPLAINT dyspepsia and all stomachdisorders. I I will be served on the grounds. I' I suffered for nine years with ovarian troubles making life a burden to NO. BUILDING LOTS FROM $30 TO $1000: NEAR SQUARE; ANY LO-

The richest man in the world cannot i nyitlf: as well w to my family, During that time I had two miscarriage> cality.
Kodol is not only a perfect I The shipping season seems to be on I j auti although we longed for a child to bless our home this seemed imposai
"Good gracious!" said Miss B-, I have his kidneys replaced nor live I hie. 1 had '-onstaut racking bearing-Jott: pains in the pelvic organs and a.puline NO. 5.-TWO GOOD LOTS AND SMALL HOUSE' IN FIRST WARD: TWO
digestent but a tissue building tonic as at this place. We have a car to leave r with htadacnes. I felt tick at blocks from railroad and
for firm through my limbs frequent : myetoiaih one block off IKklawaha. Must be sold now.
the typewriter, who works a without them so it is I
important not to aiU \omitej and medicine helped mem.Ul 1 tried
frequently no
well. Renewed health perfect strength everyday, to say nothing of the numerous 7 Price $300.Special
of lawyers, with offices not far from I neglect these If Foley's Kidney I' \\me: of Card IIi
and increased vitality follow its use. I organs. I shipments which leave at Then woo general health improved the pains gradually lessened and
Broad and Chestnut streets, accordingto Cure is taken at the first sign of j after IS weeks vas well I am now the happy mother of a boy eighteen Attention to Rent Accounts.
Sold by William And..rsun.SPRING night.
heartfelt thanks
months old and my husband joins me in sending to you
the Philadelphia! Press. "The chiefis danger, the symptoms will disappear, Our telegraph operator W. O. Luffi i for jour ipliE'lid"nifdiune.. / / Notary Public for tate at Large of Florida.
Itwnutd hate been a 'J
in a horrible humor today. l vt'never and your health will be restored it' Wt! out. 1., : /
PARK as I man, keeps quite busy: receiving and ] childless, JlOIe"J vf a happyr. G- e
seen him like this before. Hes.napped strengthens and builds and elluoiuer.
up these organs I delivering messages to the shippers. Csatn.ats. 8r. AlfIlBJrW' A..ooUTlOIl.WINEOJCiADUI .
at me horribly when I went in I as nothing else will. "I have used': I I W. DITTO F IV. )ITT )
to take some dictation from him this Busy Days and Big Output at the Still FO-I Owing to the dry weather the: W. CAll ON DITTO ::! ( ,
Kidney Cure and take great
11..s Luffman and Brother bean crop was :|
morning. And when he spelt 'axle- The hut dry weather still continues in 1'11'0111-1
ure stating it cured me almost failure.
tree' wrong and I lorreited him he They are nuking from twenty to I of a I ROOM 12, MERCHANTS' BLOCK, OCALA, FLA.
kidney disease, which certainly ;j Mr. Allan Rodgers candidate for
flew' into a and threatened to discharge lwenty-fi\e bands of turpentine at the -----
rage I would have cost me my life. Postof- sheriff was in our little burg lon.t.I.1 Wine of Cardui is the most succ'!$ til menstrual regulator. By

m..." still weekly. fire Drugstore. regulating menstruation, Wine of Carjut banishes inflan.niation

"I saw it this morning when he came We spent[ two days in the Brick City interviewing the voters seemingly in j from the' entire female organism and the strengthened ligaments PLEASED CUSTOMERS
good cheer. | bring the Ijtk to their place This is what (
"and bet last week at the cozy new cottage of organs proper
said the office boy
in. you
PERSECUTING THE JEWSRussia's Mr. Lyles, the Brown and Stockton ] Cardut did fur Mrs. \irdlin er. It \lunished: the racking pains and 44 i'ot
your life I'm keeping out of his way" Hon. J. C. French and in calling upon burning inflammation and brought !her relief. :She was tutored to a
poster, was around tacking bills' ,.
Just th..n11'. opened his office friends. up health and itrenpth and giles Wine of Cardui the credit of making r4 Tell more good tales about our candy

door and chillingly said: J, H. Bolin and Charles E. French 1 Defeats Seem to Make Her asking the voter to remember Brown !, her all to become a harrY mother. This urdicine equips a woman' h J than we would dare to print, even with

People More Cruet I and Stockton. j fur every dutv ofrif<..hwd"and motherhood. There are many suf-
Miss B-. if you are not too busy were at Montague for the day last Sun i modesty leavened with pride. If you
ie 1 theirs '
ho think that health ause theycauii
I Mr. Geo. B. Barker of Jacksonville! faring women w can never a dI
talking to that boy, I'd like to give you I day. The Frankfurter Zeitung of Berlin I! I -t cure the cervices (f a great jxx'iahst./ but we want to say

some dictation.:' I Quite a number of teams passed !reports that Russia has ordered theexpulsion was closely canvassing our merchants'Monday :, rill here that while Mrs. Nirdiii.ser !lives in Philidelphia, peat conferw

evening. He secured a good medical she Wine of Cardui fur a cure amI she .
In half MII hour she came out. flushed through this, place Saturday, en route of 113: Jewish families, comprising I i center depended ness, taste as to form and make-you
many orders. George is a gist talker was fiir-d.1 This same medicine ia within your reach. Will you k. +

and excited. for the picnic at Fort King. I I 6i-0 persons, from Nikolsk, in i Irs.1.. J. Burton who has b..n.quite tike i 1'? '' //llj5l 1c have only to ask those who buy eat

"Oh! he treats us just like dirt." she While in Ocala last week we called the province of Tchermgoff. All druggists sell 11.00 bottles Wine of Cardui. 'h
ill for several weeks, is on theimproving and delight in Lowne 's sweetmeats.At .
said, almost cr>'mg. "I"ish I had upon our old towns-people, Mr. and i The mapority of those expelled lived
list. i I
slaved with that lumber company on Mrs. A. Y. Strunk, and found th..m'tr) there and all were wealthy. They have a -
Miss' Fannie Clark of Ocala returned -
Front street." pleasantly situated in their new home :, thus been reduced fro ma position of
home Sunday from a pleasant' vwt'with CHAS. E. TAYLOR'S.T. .
This excited the rest of the office and store. Mr. Strunk is having a better !|, affluence to one of destitution. Tchernigoff. (Kai,
her siskr.Irs, S. I>. Souter. of
and one of the other stenographers declared trade than he anticipated, but we says the paper, is within the
this ('lace. ,
: aie sorry to say that Mrs. Strunk: has pale and the expulsions accordinglyare

"He'* generally the kindest man I been quite ill the most of the time : illegal: and nothing more nor less GROWING ACHES AND PAINS I i SEABOARDir W.SMITH & COMPANYCarry

ever knew' and even the office boy !since they have been there. (j than wanton persecution. I .

said ">'t-s" to this. But by noon the Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson and
I Mrs. Josie Sumner. Bremond. Texas. I Iwrites
office! force was in a state': bordering baby of Ocala drove out May I to visit I JUGGLING WITH DYNAMITE Line HA.RDVV A.RE
i April lj:;, 19u2! :!: "I have used When, for the tenth time the old home of his late grandmother
on panic.
: Is no more dangerous than to neglect Ballard's Snow Liniment in my family
the thief took down his 'phone and Mrs. I'. Muss, and to the cemetery, to t a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for business lethe
kidney disorders Foley's Kidney Cure for fifteen >ears. I would not be with- RATES Fishel Old Stand, West of the Square.All .
with flowers.
hard him murmuring through the decorate her grave
they I 1 corrects irregularities and has cured out it in the house I have used it on ': Goods New and First Class
; Agents for Pattern's Sun Proof Paints; r
closed office door, the astute office boy 1
1 I many severe cases after other treatment little girl for growing aches and
said: I A CURE FOR PILES i!! my [1 $ 5.55-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RE- Tickets on sale daily, beginning April Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Tools of aU
has failed.. It builds the her knees. It cured her right'away.
up worn I pain in 1 Kinds. in Shelf Hardware
Everything Tinware, Agateware, etc. Sash, Doors
"1 guess he'll fire us all now, surenuugh. I TURN :25.! ; limited to December 15. returning.
I 'I haa bad case of pil."sa's G. F. out tissues and restores health and I I have also used it for frostbitten J i and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Rangesnonebetter
He would not listen hlr.
I Carter Atlanta. Go. "and consulteda ;| vigor. "I was troubled with kidney feet with good success.': It ia i $38-ST. LOUIS MO., AND RETURN Tickets on sale daily ,beginning April ; Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Lowest
that rich who inhere
W- man comes:
phv'>icio.n who advised me to try a : complaint for about two years" writesA. the: best liniment I ever used." :.!5,.. 25: : limited returning 60 days from Prices Will Prevail.

Sol much just now box of IVWufsitch Hazel Salve 'II H Davis of :\sterling: Iowa "but .".(k-. and Jl Sold by the AntiMonopoly date of sale.
The layer stayed at the "phone along Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familiarizes Ul
I I purchased a box and was entirely : two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected Drugstore.CREAMERY.
time. but when he opened his door 3055ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETickets on sale dailY, beginning April With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited
for a permanent cure PostoftioeDrugstore.
cured. It is splendid piles giving
later he came out beaming. l lookedaround I : TURN 25; limited 13 days from date of sale.
relief instantly. I heartily recommend ; BUTTER I'
and smiled tremulously."She ( .
same out of it beautifully. The o I it to all sufferers. "rlt' vitt's Witch I $23-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN Tickets on sale May 16 and 31. only .. ... .. .. .ii. si GISEA3OARD

Hazel Salve is. unequaled for its heal- FINE CIGARS The Carmichael and Son Co. keep limited 10 days. These tickets good
doctor said the ana..sth..ti'st'nt off i
ing qualities. Eczema and other skin j constantly on hand receiving a fresh;: only in day coaches.
and she waked like a baby: and he saysthe I :
diseases. also sores, (cuts burns and' The Norma :Martinez: the C. H. S., I supply every two days delicious pure |i

cut in her throat" can be covered bya wounds of every kind are quickly cured i i the El Solo, and the Fama Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per :i $67.75-LOS ANGELES, CAL., AND Tickets on sale April :22! to Inclusive;

string of beads. by it. Sold by Wm. Anderson. four c>f the best 5c. cigars xaclonal'I' pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. |I i. RETURN limited returning to June 3u, 1904. .
"What are you talking about" asked ,
I I -- -- -- -- .-- I Tampa, and many others to be foundin $3.30 JACKSONVILLE FLA. AND sale 3 AIR LINE RAILWAY
his partner."My Tickets on May and 4. limited :
I T. W. Troxler's WARNINGYou :
cigar case
RETURN returning to May S, 15u4.!
I little girl has just been operatedon I II TEN CENT EMBROIDERIES "

at the ho>pital. It's Wednesday FOR
j FOR FIVE CENTS PER YARD, cannot have good health unless $2420-CINCINNATI, 0., AND RE. Tickets on sale July 1C and 17: limit!
and you can all take a holiday and g'o''I I j R. D. FULLER
; TURN. ed returning to July :5. Extension Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pine "
AT THE BOSTON STORE. I j your kidneys are sound for the kidneys | *;,
to the matinee, and here's the moneyfor II I I.
seats'The I DENTIST litter the blood of impurities which obtainable. 5 Raleigh, Richmond, Washington Baltimore

-I otherwise act as irritating poisons and i'I
two stenographers wiped their 'i $19.20-NASHVILLE, TENN., AND Tickets on sale May 10, 11. 12:!, with final 2 Philadelphia New York. g
TEN DOLLARS REWARD iI Office Over Munroe & Chambliss: break down the delicate organs of the B3
e>'rs. The clerks cleared their throats I i RETURN hmit 10 days from date of sale.
Bank Ocala Florida. body and cause serious trouble. If you 9 TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
but the office boy glared around on all I Extension obtainable to June 6.
The above reward will be paid by -_. I have: kidney or bladder trouble an 1 do .
and said
belligerently .

"Say didn't I tell you that the boss the Ocala Foundry and Machine: Works J. E. CHACE not use Foley's Kidney Cure you will $11.95-ATLANTA, GA. AND RE. Tickets on !'aleray :21! :22!:! and :23! with 9 Seaboard Express,

for evidence that will lead to the arrest ;I have only yourself to blame for results -: TURN. final limit May 31. Extension ob-

was all right"DOESN'T and conviction of the person or persons :I' DENTAL SURGEON as it positively cures all forms i 1 tamable to June 30. Seaboard Mail. 5

who stole brass whistle from the 9
a of kidney and bladder diseases. Po!'t-
West lumber mills locomotive, on the Office Upstairs Commercial Bank office Drugstore.
It's shameful when youth fails to foundry siding of the A. C L Ry. Building Ocala: Florida. FRESH MEATS HND GAME : EQUIPMENT.C

show proper respect for old age but I
Just the contrary in the case of Dr. TO THE WORLD'S FAIR We keep on rar.d a tu.i line of the oest Beef, Pork, Mutton and

King's New Life Pills.( They cut off! II I- Sausage to be had Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. ONLY LINE OPERATING 0
think of this
maladies no matter how severe, and Irrespective : W. H. MAREAN M. D. you going anywhere Carelui attention to orders and quck delivery! made. Daily Through
from JacKsonville
Tickets at low rates now on sale. summer and want to get a trunk that : Sleepers |:
of old a D.vspepsia.. Jaundice I
For particulars apply to Mr. S. P. Hay, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND I will make the trip and still be a trunkwhen to New Orleans.
Fever Constipation all yield to \
I S. I:. P. A., M. i O. R. R-. Montgomery I SURGEON you get back get one of thoseon II .
this perfect pill. 23c. at the AntiMonopoly I - -- -- -- --- -----
I sale at the Ocala Furniture Com-
Drugstore. Ala. Special: attention given to the treat- ---------- --- -" - 2 Tot fall information aDd Sleeper! BeterTationi, cl! on ay Ag af !

men of Chronic Diseases and Diseases pany. I 'S-CRE r.f--c Seaboard, n write

SEED VELVET BEANS of Women and Children. ., t
W.XTEDGE -Young man. Ijvi 'IFlJCE J A. 0. MacDonell Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent -
j. ,
"hustler." who will attend World's Fair Ocala Fla. Please ask your physician to send or ,

__ _ ___ __ _ Bntu"u&T. ....
Ocala Fla., for Ore velvet Jacksonville Fla.I
in hundred bushels of seed Office: leave and orders
to act as agent \ ever Tdings' Drugstore. Office your prescriptions for -------- --- - .
World's Fair Tour Co. Easy money for hours from 8 a. to 1! 20 Years Has tail si! Wcra Remedies.35V ) !:'..iYfO-! : 9 S. C. BOTLST, Jai Passenger Agent JukionTlll FU.
beans for sale. Price $:,:5 per busheL I' nu m.; drugs i"h us.! TVe give careful attention For i l \ G 'TI. J.

right party. For particulars address To be had from I p. m. to 5 p. n.. SOLD : .ZjZj ZHXtrGrGrlSTS.::: 1.1.IOICI.I.I.I..DOm. e
at J. A. Pooser's grocery prompt delivery and the lowest ofprices. OIr
Gtnttalgent., P. O. Box 36:, ChaltaAooga i P.uidenre-Xo. 60 N. Main St, known j
Tenn. store, Ocala. S. R. Pries.. 1 tie Nash Tydings & Co., No. 30. by-c3 JAMES F. BALLARD... .. St. Loub.I .
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BltVlNCER 'i I. i o'r of them lives in Ji Kr. M.--
L, & CO. Jacksonville, Fla.. JunI1' ii "J" p..n. '
: :t.ith ..f them trade with Mfinpn-.- ,'-
.,-The election returns i-< --i\-l .tl. : 250 Pair Men's PantsIn
,. IM asiunahy! and both of them -
C. L. Blttirger; and R. R. Carroll ionsolidated up to 9 M lo. k to.iuht
./ o .\ th'np! unmentionable to
give X. B. Broward A majuiity of ,i:>"us ; .
Proprietors ani Publishers:
.IH! .- at this present writing. It's all!
. iwO over Robert W. Davis tot gut.-u'ol
-- f the f.iult of the express company too. Light and Dark Shades and all
C. L. BITTINGER .ith only fouitetn more pf-i-in-1- ,
He of Jackson.! Tenn., wanted a jug
hear from. These are small lountn.irecincts
Editor; and General Mana3er.R. and will not materials ..f whisky. He wrote to Memphis to a.ilfr Summer Weights. We have any

.!>-. and enclosed the requisite ca>h-
the result. They will j- ib.ili!> !
change ] trI
R. CARROLL, 1 Th-n h.. sat down in the shade of his : Size and almost any color
increase Broward's majority to 12"' ".
City Editor and Business Manager .iwnme: and fig tree and licked hi. :
Senator Taliaferro has a leid "f ? .t
--- > in imaginary delectation. Visions !
about 2700 over John X. c. stiM kton I
-AND 'OUR B031 HE 'JESS LAFFS' ..f mint julij's and egar-no ::sour. :
When all the returns are in his m.i- FOR $2,50
Tom '11 Jerry straights! and all the oth-i
joiity still b" !not !-ss th.m J""iiKi
We guarantee that Mr. Davis m-eis i -r forms of iKMize killing bus juicy];
ink ci-it t, -s J M fJai'-s for
his defeat with a smile. :lo.ite-i through his! mind. That citi- j
uigi 'is 9> fi 1.5 a lit nss When the life of Mrs. Ruff was
?" n of Jackson. Tenn., was happy. But ] They worth $3.50 but
-- --- Ji 1 imp. T !bun, hanging in the balance she used ire as we
As long as men like Uroward, bun Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptionand he isn't now. It's all the. fault of thexpress i

among the common people and \'. ,.1'1>- wu restored to health. Her experience .- company. ,. : bought them so late we are enabledto

made her the firm friend of He of Jackson.! Mi**., wanted a floral !;
in, their way by pluck brain mil! must -
the medicine that cured her. sell at the low of $2.50
Ic. can be elected to high offi. ..-> non Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptionhas lesign! for a funt'raIIiI' bosom I price

need despair .,f the republic. no equal in its cures of womanly passed! away and his mortal remains pairThe

-._--- disease. It establishes regularity were about to be consigned to per
dries the drains that weaken women,
FINE CIGARS the tomb. He wished to show his
heals inflammation and ulcerationand 1'-1'
cures female weakness. spea to the memory of the departed ,

The Norma Martinez, the C H. S., "Five van ago when my life was hanging He recalled the nights they had spent' Boston Store
in the balance. Dr Pierce a Pavonte
the El Solo, and the Fama Na'tonal, Prescription! was brought to my home" .ming the wild fraternal goat and

four of the best 5c. cigars made in writes Mn Caroline Ruff Director of German the days when they had toiled side: by
Orphan Home residing at 3.39 Rowena ':
Tampa, and many others to be foundin Street Detroit Mink "I took U, and. !oi.eik", brothers. Sadness __
I' it won me back to health Ever since that d.w"n'tI I
T. \\'. Troxler's cigar case. fnend. We frequently his! soul without a rh'anut it 0
time. I hare been its kin
have mothers come to our 'Home' lo so any more. He's too full of cusswords I I
who are taffenng with uterine troubles, inflammation y Commercial Bank y yI
Allan Rodgeis h-i: establish! ,'nl. tumors and ulceration* Our to be sad. It's all the fault of !
great remedy for a female trouble ii DrPierce'j ,
.p lecting')' in J.t'ks.m\'ill. rthuhi.s favonte Preemption and we hare the express company. I

found nothmz go far which would !so quickly Th? Mississippian sent to the Memphis 9 9
unique in its methods and promises cure the disease, relieve inflammation : BRANCH OF

to beery eftvctual in its : .-suits The and stop pains It is a good friend to tlurist for a big pillow of lilies : COMMERCIAL BANK JACKSONVILLE
feature of the system is a handsomely I women.Dr. Pitrce's Common Sense Medical and forget-me-nots, inwrought with the I! 0 I 9 I IP

painted and much legendedovered I Adviser, in paper covers, is sent words. "\t Rest. He accompanied the I i

wagon, whkh tells in no un .rtain free on receipt of 21 one-cent stampsto order with the cah. Then he sat by CAPITAL $50.000.00 ?
of mailing 011(v. Ad-
pay expense the bier of his friend and waited. His I
tones what its intentions are If after
dress Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
suffiicent notice of the claim the igen- mind was filled with sorrow. He's 9 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 9

ton mad to grieve and it's all the
has against no attention paid now
cy you
to it the will haunt front' fault of the express company.
wagon your I I
gate and the undesirable attention thus :-,,)mthfthat will never be explained :
drawn to the iNMjr victim! soon foreshim e e THE SNq until the crack of doom annihilates

to "come across." H"nrv i "h t* ,f yp f secrets forever: the express people got .. .
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the tags changed on those two packiges. -
associated with the company tnd Judgf( TEXAS PACIFIC i,

Ion Farris i n counsel for i' The jug of whl"krent to the

f p' rnouiner anl the floral design to the : A. E. BURNETT

GOING TO TRAVEL SO RAILWAY + man who designed to gin up. They .

-- said awful thin ". They kept on saying !

If you think of going anywhere tl rEEL them. Somehow they don't appear to : THE JEWELER
The Great Eastern
sunlmK, and want to get a trunk th] tile.I ,I i

will make the trip and still\ be truT If course the man who mourned
a and Western Line
T-< -if is if t, m :h '

when you get back get one of th< .:;eon :1111.II: 'r' ,u it'. Lrtght's is- -- -- might. have accepted the jug and its : INE?! WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER

sale at the Ocala Furniture Com- Across the Entire States of i ontents as a social blessing at the
f.iMin'i li tie' n is inn nani.I to
pany. :hand of providence designed: to ease
ih.iuktulr. ss l by ih- lr n'-fits dervel
his sorrow. He might have imbibed instead JEWELRY
from taking IS'.,1>-\ s Ki'iny t'ure. It and LOUISIi
TEXAS IA of anathematizing. Hut h.. didn t
Mrs. l;. R Carroll and. little" daughter. will mr in, lpt-sit P.MRht'siistapp ,.ml l lail'
It failed to strike him in that lisrht.Perhaps ,
Met i i5. an I Mi!'. Blanche Hannah and ANDOPTICAL
diabet>s ) f\<-iin the worst as-s
\: 1R'ii BU 111 \S'WKK yl' E'11I1\: '
,, he is believer in
chiisiine" 1t today for Miami to visitMr. not a providence. -
give comfort and leliel" Slight disorders I

I fan-oil's sister. Mrs. U .L. Chandler Direct Line to .
"I had
are cured in a fewdays. GOODS
an.1ll's.: Carroll's sister. Mrs. And the" man at Jackson. Tenn.. who ,
diabetes* in its worst form, writes Marion
Uams.juer. Mr. Carroll accompaniedthem NORTH TEXAS was projecting a jug jag-he might I
Lee of Punreath. In-i "I tried
as fir .'S Fort litre". and will 'have" accepted the floral design as an !
leisht physicians without relief Only NbW : REPAIRING A SPECIALTYMerchants
i--tuin tomoitow afteinoon. awful warning fresh from the hand of
three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure
ARlZOfNn an over-ruling beneficence, and been
made me a well nrin." Sold by the
WILL BUY MELONSI and duly grateful and sober. But he W .
Postoftice Drugstore.THE I
I He was as irreverent as the other man. OCALA FLORIDA
.' and what he said about beneficence
will buy your melons. Write me .
what you have, quality and size, whenyou would fill a volume of William K.
can load and where ?nd give lowest Moore's poetry.SUED
Editor Star: It is sure fine to fret up
cash price", f. 0. b.. E. P. TURNER --- Elegant Millinery
before the sun and hear the voice of
Turner Burke, Ocala Fla.Mrs. BY HIS DOCTOR
the rooster that never fails to hear the General Passenger Agent .
-. .. '. -. -' -,',
round of crowing that comes in waves
I. P. Lynch and little son. Itais- A doctor here has sued me for
the Far East and to theWest Dallas Texas.
from on
6-y. <>f Gainesville came down >..t"r- passes $12.5t: which I claimed was excessivefor '
-a free call to the wise to arise L. 'll.r
-- joI1 $ FOjJPKIN]
il.iy to visit Mr. and Mrs. Haisley for cholera morbus. says R. White, of .
and witness another Aurora's triumphand
the dty. Mr. an I Mrs. Haisley left JOB "oaehella, Tal. ".\t the trial he praised -

today for I ewis.' ii't.MACHINERY the glory of the rising sun- as it hU medical skill and m-di.Mne., I Has the Finest, Most Elegant Line of Millinery in the City
comes over the gr"ate'tt'l'O
._ -- up PRINTINGNeat asked him if it was not I'hamberlain'sfolic
plains in all its glory.
FOR SALE Cholera and Diarrhoea R-m>'i>
One. standing in the middle of any Her styles :lead the world of t. ,hion, and always will be found
he used, as I had good reason! to believe -
of Shawnee's beautiful and wide avenues there of modern and
the most exijiisite production: art styles
A 3-inch rod 120 feet in length for it was, and he woull not say under -
and looking in direction
bill ing: wells: also two solid steel drillpieces. any oath that it was not" Xo doctor
"-an handsome residences which are Quick THE LATEST PARIS CREATIONSAn
44 feet long, at 'bargain: alsot I could use a better remedy; than this in
the homes of the rustling Westerno-
: Prank, four-sided planer, with six I ; a case of cholera morbus. It never
I-lr. all along the line for a mile or so. Clean Exclusive and Beautiful Line of Dress Hats Alwaysin
fails. Sold by all druggists.'EMBARRASSING .
i'oilers. Inquire of or address J. F.
I and still far beyond see the rolling Stock.
.111 I'son, Weirsdale, Fla. Artistic
plains on which the farmers are mak-
----- ing Oklahoma famous. :\ c.:: \v"V"::: ". :i:.e :\ .it I'e: the leading styles.

Mr. Crutch hI, the photographer.hi Correct
Albert Graham.Shaw .
>- gone to Homix.'s to take s mie young Mklahamo n.aii a r'.: ,

\ -..\\s of the Rendezvous for Captain nee. Oklahoma. June '". 1'94. All Kinds .hunch! with his !>e"t Yiii.! Ith ... ... ..
Editor Star: Ti ainr ..n! .I:-...tY..1!
11..1. ] Mrs LA'\\i"". '!itute handsome .in I iio.i..!'tVhn! :1.! .
on ,II"- n.nt of ht.'aI.d'! ,- here.V- RESTAURANT -
-- -- ----- .. i nlo! >t-ton was i ii-ins. t..k-I, I:. ih.!
h I.\'.. not hail a t1::" ui: ttain Kin, .. Price Right .
A RARE OPPORTUNITY; man explored his I'" !;. 's. ,: .
I Fiiday 1-ist. T:1"! < "f rain fel'FiJa I:
hispered to the !h.iy. "I, :
I'm put pal! ty Hi. tr;'ark to secure the > and thre S it,;:,:,i\ night, cau-- young

1 >' i'ids for sto.1 1: (.1. in Ir.he coun- lug s-' damage on i.l railroaNRailioa THE STAROCALA :lot a cent: I changed my p tilt!':' in th- .;:/e First Class Meals

Meantime the hid !too..1. .
t .ze of :.set: fully 9noo: acres-: j"i.n-r .
1 offii'report! that trains wii: FLA.
1 covered with line !1".1y of blanktFou.t.i : .- :rthing !in her it' i.
active tins afte'noon. Yom s.lbt. .
?thins "l.lushe i a rosy r-.1 '1"h...
.; .- = i-o\vr. in,5 the tines .
: in the !''Itat 1'1'1j. -at'. For Georgia Southern -;,.!nmrre I. 'I'm in th same 1'.t"
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; "1:t'r .1 I. at this office. nt

SUFFERERS ---- ------
& Florida Ry Delicious Hot Soup Daily I

M .*t.Sn. I lV :Tr f-njami.: son SHOULD KNOW THISFolej's TWO ROUTES TO CHOOSE FROM

,' \ .." .,' .I ,"'!l\liI... Honey and Tar h..s iu--- "Suwanee River Route." Dining Room open until midnight. Personal

I '.i!. :" !!. !;...." mai.y cases "f asthma that weie: : v- The Atlantic roast Line has bn
attention to special orders anythingthe
1. .1... .. '1"11." si iered hoieU>>". IrJo.h I>ue"Uir7ol !" '- : ', 'h'TI.v 1 i Tied thofficial route for the FI". H. ,
market offers for the table
West Third St., Pavtnpmt Iowa. rimed Confederate Veterans.! Xishi prepared on

.I .hn Z C. : .': -h... : : ,.. .." \\th rites: "A severe cold! cor.t: ,. ted t''I".. :' +,, PI;: ';- F',- a mLl iTenr.! .. Ju.e: H-15. Thehaye short notice. .
., \ ; I I' : I n.
.. twelve years ago was n-sl: Tel t'u choice of two routes:
'. ,I. .
: : \: !! .I! \ Ii:1. A- ; -.i n.
it finally grew into asthiv. The !,..=t 1 .. .: :_ : : .:. Via and L. and N. R. R.
:h : !\\, t. i has pnt Montgomery With Bar
::\ : : i Art. -. ., .i s.l! .i- Dumb \Vaiter Connects

.... St 1 \ I';. : .:t- in the m.\u- medical skill available could not g\'- I.l Leave J'kSO)1\'ilfo. p. m.: nr; veMontffunirry.
.\r. \m..r."l- 7 a. : t 1tr. '
me more than temporary relief. Fo- ... : :. p *."5 a. m.-Br-'.kf.iS" Skilful Cooks Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands
",". \1 .; '1:.' I III a short while :nl.u- I. l' Dl F. p 11: ,
"l. ley's Honey and Tar was recommended \r Mn ,'.Oai'cr 1p tr. Leave IonUrolm rr. 'i.r; a. rr.. jrrAXashville. -
t k. small electric light
: : ; Ii.- A L KAr. \ Special price to Regular Boarders
: ',t. and one 50c. bottle entirely cured me Macon 3 it a ID 4 lv p m TK.; p. m.

.>f asthiraxhich had been growing on 6Fu8Gt II p. Via Dixie Flyer Route

.me for twelve years and if I had takenit Ar.Aa I II. It 7 2a mAr. : v p mt Leave Jacksonville. vC; p. m.: ,AT- THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt
'i 1'i.1. Ocala! Jersey, \'rloun..r -sn sup- \tl.nta. 7 .:. a n. 7''' p mAr.
at the start 1 would have been savedyears : -.umtou" 7 Ir. ::: Atlanta. 7:35 a. m.. arrive X.ih\:-.
\ T'om one quirt to fity-tt\e gal"f \ Birmtngnam ;.' n
of suffering. sold t>y the Post- C'55; p. m.Daylight. McGra th's Stand
nulk pat lay Panttrs'an get I"mpills. I' :::
office Drugstore.A N C :T. L.Ar. ridnorh of AI"r."g"m.ryand
'k. !abler or butter .in> tame of flip )I ril'0 11 a m v 1' P mAT
L.ttan.'jtS 1 ,.. P m it :>4 a mAr Atlant R-s--ve yourpirz
!'t s"IMIIIS to the dairy Corner North \.,;h"t.l.. t\ a; pm 5 IS p mIu..ts
SPECIAL FROM LAKE WEIRA car satearty.. N" ther line.jr. offer -
: 2i
T. & R. P a.Ar.

i': St.SEVENTYFIVE. ......I."tn..n alone the shore of I tkrWeir \r.l'h1'81N. -t L"uli' a a :52. a a m:t. smhiui' k :n :'! T. vV SMITH/\ ,& COMPANY

ha"t'"t't'n 1..10r. : '<. &. &. Agents AtKsi.tic Coast Line will .-h.--'- ,
at E-istiike this day: would .
ACRES OF \ L u-ve a m 12 :;i P m
a sight that was amusing. \r.l'r.r:!1'1s:: 7 9' "IT. :2 l.' ffi fully furnish all information. W. J.

Craig. Gen. Agt., Wilrrr.r.trton E
vas an Ocala newspaper editor-C1. L. Chicac"" l a m t r P ID .

For sale ;5 acres of as good land as Bittmger-up to his middle in th"a" X. C.: W. n. Leahy, Div. Pass Agt..

v-..n be had in Marion county, described ter of the lake prancing and splashing olid train>..m Jack,.mv: ." to Macon.Train Savannah." Ga.: F. C. Boylston Commercial Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for business iij
fr.>r.i fa.atka o-r.r-ot a: VaMosta; with
\VU of nwta. sec 19. tp II. s, r JJ around, with an umbrella over him. train* s':r.i r.-rh !r..m JsdoDvll.t'LX' Agt.. Jacksonville. Fla.: T. C. the Fishel Old Stand, West of the Square.All .

.> or lying along the Gainesville road M''''r*'* 'n DIX!<- F.yr train for Ma White. Dlv. Pass. Agt. Tampa. Fla. Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints; a
Just imagine: But I he waso.dtng :.
suppose eon. remaining :n depot uBt 7:;JO a. mPullman
about 41or five miles from Ocala. ,. off after the election excitement.Hrre. Bit i"*-ptnc from J.tffc5--. Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead etc. Stoves Ranges, Farm Tools of all

Here is a chance for it will be soldcheap also, arc Judge W. S. Bullock (villeto'banl.f osr L'U on!#Dm ya Facer strove: train route also without Pu:'- L'1EDa.'mill men to try thl'Em..rson Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware Tinware, Agateware, etc. Sash, Doom

man' dnrst ?lerxTanre train to Chicago and Blinds Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Ranges-none
for cash. Inquire of the :star-
,ind Mr. O. T. Green just hating barrels > without fiiar.iifE Variable Feed Works. Guar-
,. .. better Wire the American Field and Eloed Fencing. The Lowest
orioi Ocala. Fla. of recreation and enjoying them- < r t-'iedu! !' 'iutaboBnd and other informal arteA-1 to save its cost in thirty daysAiire ; Netting
] -
.-'% r.! toO the 1'> th-r: full: H, R \FFTERY.I' !' '. Th- F:-'r: t-. lr. ,ni ,, .. idV Prices Will Prevail.
;-!r.f'i-'*::e-' \ >: '. w Bsv >:-"'*
Pear! tooth wash is the best. We se:: :'01'. .' -..; t' .. : T'-\. ,"- r >ai-S- ::.t F... \ ,-kA'k. KJ W E's Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familiarizes U.

l! stuffice Drugstore. i.- !-1 B RH '::..rnni V. : .?!.- With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited
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ARRIVED OCALA EVENING STAll'Volume W.iT.You will find Carman&a well selected. -stock Co.of


Extra Quality CARMAN & GO'S.

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on North Main St. north of city mar-



9, Number 285 OCALA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MAY U, J904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year FRUITS AND VEGE]


Both in Frut: and Wine Flavors i Remember the place ;

--- -- -- #i will treat
we you right


R. and R. PLUM PUDDINGand Soldiers of the South American Re. I i' I TEN CENT EMBROIDE
Big The Richest Man on the Face of the
BONED CHICKEN public Beat the Troops of Peru I I Earth- FOR FIVE CENTS PER VA|

I Ri i.> Janeiro. May 11.-This city is in : NICE I II (Chicago Chronicle.) i ROUGH DRESSED AT THE BOSTON STORE

at the a ferment of exutement over reports i iI .
1 The Czar of Russia: is personally! the
i.nceimng a battle fought between: the 'j
I I LINE I I richest monarch of Europe and conenuentiy -|, See Phone BREAD CAKES
iviuv. army and a (ore- oi Brazilian C or ,
goy.oiiocg "
in the whole world. He hotS
troops in which the soldiers < tM"1 OF I palaces by the dozen estates almost : -andFANCY -
-- uuntry were victorious. The '
I without number and mines that bring I B. H. SEYMOURPHONE
.'o1H iotk excitement has been caused! I I GROCERIESFor

I ,,f 71cs'i : j by the news and the government office : : fabulous sums of mone>' eveiy

i; ;cii : : is being: beseiged with crowds anxious I OXFORDS I year. Theoretically, everythIng in theempire NO. 25. Ocala, Fla the finest bread, takes
to ,
I belongs him. althoush as i
and Groceries
i to hear the returns from the scene of Fancy in the city
i iI !i matter of fact private ownership is
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the conflict. The ---- -- -
j government \\-
I ,: recognized among the Mus...ovlt-s! ..s REMEMBER: THE
j ever can furnish no definite news fiomI

I I I the scene of the battle. It has adv.:, >0 I IN BLAGK AND TAN well as elsewhere. It was annoamedfrom EDWARDS(
St. Petersburg recently that the BROTHERSAT FRENCH BAKERY 3
oiicermng the conflict in u hu h t h-- .
>Z.T had given :!OO.OOtt.Il', ruble*
victory of the Irazilian troops is o:. :

lined. but further than that has h.I.1 1 (about J15o.Ot>o.oOO from his pnvat* THE CITY! MARKET HAS THEMMCRuONS ..

THE W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE CO. treasury to Russia's war fund. Prob- ,
I nothing. Any details of the numbers 1
ibiy the
is largest single gift ever
of men engaged or the losses 'ut.lta- --- -- made! by an individual donor to and ;
J.I.y 4
I ..j by .either sidu have not yet ben received. iause. Leading. \Wholesale &: Retail Butchus'NE.STERN 1 L DY FINGERSA ]

I (CHEAP RATES TOHAVANA SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF But the czar can well afford it. He
The conflict between Peru and Brazil
AND RETURNOn CHOICE LAND FOR SALE is unquestionably the richest ..n SpecialtyMRS.
THE SECOND ALARM I has been pending for some time an 1 j earth. Even Mr. Rockefeller muiv AND CHOICE FLORIOH MEAT* MARTI NOT. PROPRIETORSUMMER
the fIE..ks that an actual engagement 1 For sale, 75;;; actes of as good land as .
-- -
turned in calls the I millions would look small -
out entire fire department. by iump.; >n-
has broken out has not come as a sur- j account of Cuban IndependenceDay ran be had in :Marion county, described -
If the tnst alarm has been son with his multitudinous souri' '- of CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON ;
.rise. It was known that the Rrazil- May ;21. the Atlantic Coast Line ; W1of nw'.. sec 19. tp 14, s, r 21 .
sounded to that wealth and the
vast hi.aided -
you treasures FREE DELIVERY
tans had troops concentrated on the will sell tickets from all points on its e; or lying along the Gainesville! road. TELEPHONE 109 .

YOU NEED INSURANCE !scene for the purpose of an aggressive 'line in the state of Florida to Havana ,, about 4 4 or five miles from Ocala. by him by his ancestors for the Ro- -

don't wait for the second alarm for it movement and news from the scene ,:, 'and return at one fare plus 25 cents Here is a chance for It will be sold manoffs were always a saving la.e :--..........---..........-..-............-----..." .." ..,................ :: STYLES r
No living man can tell the full extent; j jI
has been waited for \\itb keen interest. : :for the round trip. Tickets will be sold cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star ;
fl liy 1 be ti.<> late. Pile is furious and of his wealth. not Baron Kried- i
Some time ago Brazil issued an ultinutum : 'only for steamers sailing from Port office Ocala Fla. I!j even ; SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT :; Handsome line of
m.IY bieji out any time. Take the : 1 erichs. the controller of the imperial! piece
to Peru ordering that the Tampa May 13. 17 and 19. with final ..
hint and .euie a |1".Ii"y at once.Ve household. j jj gonds in stock for suits
troops occupying certain territoryhoull 'return limit to June 1, 1904. For further LOW RATES TO THE I II i iWORLD'S .. ,
wild pie, lit.u I idt-nt .
ai insurance.I trousers and
I A Great Private Fortune overcoats.
information. reservations writeor j :jj ;
be vvithtdrawn. or
us a t :11 i an I o'.r :'ein-sentative| : : : FAIR : In the ccuntry new lands fenced bigger made. ; '
l't.iU absolutely refused to comply : w ire. T. C. White Division Passenger -|!1 The value of the emperors| private : ; crops \Ve are up-to-date' ma-
will all furnish On May 19, the :Mobile and fl.It .
i and )"u with lull par Ohio
with the demand of Brazil. ai.d Brazil : i Agent Tampa. Fla. ', fortune and its importance in relation i ID Ocala new buildings going up and Ii terial and workmanship j
ticulars. i will run coach excursions at very
I gave: Peru a certain stipulated time in j ].1 low round trip rates to St Louis from to the affairs urn the empire may be ]i old ones being painted. i : All orders skillfully and .

HALL BAWLS & WHEELER 1 which the troops must be removed.Failure 'CURED HIS MOTHER I gauged in some degree by the fact that ; .. .
: Montgomery.Ala.Mer idian. Miss., promptly executed, work
I to comply with these ) the baron his private treasurer is! i
O'ala. Florida.FIFTEEN Bfwmeviilp. Mis., and Intermediate OU3 LITTLE BANK HELPED TO MAKE THESE fully guaranteed.
I -nts would lie taken as a decollation !!i counted among the greatest officers of j I
.-- "II y mother has been a sufferer for !" .Itiulll'. Ask P. :'. Hay, S. E. P. A- '
------ of war. declared Brazil. As the Peruvians state and is a member of the principal j i AND THEY ARE HELPING TO MAKE IT. :
i many years with rheumatism," says H. Montgomery.:\., for instructions.A 1 Jerry Burnett ;
CENT AND TWEN. still were obdurate the advancewas deliberative and consultative councils, ,
:, \\'. Howard of Husband. I'a. ".\1 times
TY CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR made and battle fought with theabove !'such as the committee of ministeis j MUNROE & CHAMBLISS : Merchant Tailor.
she was unable to move at all while at POSITIVE NECESSITY i
results. !| 1 and the council of state. which help the ,
I all times walking; was iaiiiful. I presented 1! Having: to lay uj>on my bed for 14 Czar -
to direct the course of Kalian j i Ooal Florida.Elegant if !
STORE. her with a bottle of Chamber- days from a severely bruised 1 leg. I only policy. ., .. HI'rE'sCream ..

-- -- -- AN OPEN LETTER !i Iain's Pain Halm and after a few ap- : found relief when I used a bottle of'; The official .......-......--.-......-.......... -.. ......... ......... ... .....-. '-"
revenue Nicholas IIi --
For From the Chapm S. C. News: Early 1 (.lic tions she decided it was the most t Mall:trd's Snow Liniment. I can cheerfully his salary so to'speak-is neatly llu.- Vermifuge t.t.THE

in the spring m>' wife an.ilt're wonderful reliever
t3-1 pain she had everi recommend it as the best medi-I< 000,000 It
WATCHESAnd per annum. is diftitult to
YE111 ken with diarrrhoea and so severe were tried in fact she is never without it < ine for bruises ever sent to the af- ,,, arrive at it exactly for it isai.1 in

the pains that we called a physician now and is at all times: able to walk. tlkted.! It has now become a positive \'arious'a's and under many heads. Millinery i GUmiTEED

REPAIRSGO who prescribed fur us, but his medicines An occasional application of Pain
n.&tsSIty upon myself. D. II. Byrnes.JMeiihant. ,,
TO- failed to give any lehef. A friend Balm keeps away the pain that she |i IkAeisville. Texas 23c.: ;50c.; ''I, and to year.the sum Dut total SlO.OuO.UOO fluctuates may from be taken yar -;; ;:. "." '.-.-. ........ -.,.-, -. 7- ..--.- -- .- I .JJ ''NORMREMEDY

who had a bottle of Chambei Iain's wa formerly troubled with." For sale' I'and .
$1..S ld by the AntiMonopolyW. as a fair average.It .
F. C. B. WEIHE COIi( Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy !I
I by all druggists. I rUgsIII!' : is only a small part of his \I..alth. IL '1! '
The Jeweler j I on hand gave each of us a dose an.lH' I ,: however and the expense of niaintainI jJi. .

i at once felt the effects. I procured a j ) .
-- i I I I ing his royal estate more than :counts j
bottle and before using the entire contents THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. :;

STENOGRAPHERAND | we were entirely cured. It is a I Ii j jI i I for this vast sum. If he dejiended upon' Has the Finest, Most Elegant Line of Millinery in the City I CWAIIC OF IMITATION ;
P. EDWARDS his official salary he would find it hard II
I wonderful remedy and should be found i I
i i to make both ends meet. His expendi-j Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
> in every household. H. C. liailey edi- I ,
TYPEWRITERMISS j! This i tures are almost': inedible. It is es- Her styles lead the world of fashion, and always will b ST. LOUIS, MO.
tor. remedy is for sale by all At the City Market '
|I timate.l that the magnificent state ball SoM b>' the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore '
modern and
i druggists.IN there the most exqusite production of art styles I
: which was given just as the war with

Private office in Commercial Bank. BATTLESHIP BUILDING I Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetable? I Japan broke out cost between .OI O.UOO i ian.l THE LATEST PARIS CREATIONS !

Your vvoik in the above lines solicited.and S.MOO.onO rubies. The czars gifts Georgia Southern
-- | An Exclusive and Beautiful Line of Dress Hats
pt-eti accuracy guaranteed. to the orthodox church in the course of :
The United States Leads Even Great I II in Season I I & Florida
-- I : .1 year average from a.OOO.OOii to ';..000. ,>: in Stock.A Ry
j Britain !! i' mui rubles and orthodox Russians':'

1 FISH AND OYSTERS call will convince that I have the leading styles. "Suwanee River Route."

I leads the navies of the woilj in li.ittlvhip .urst'--tbat he is stingy in that re- ,
I --- -- ---- .
I have fresh llutt Fish and Dix1' Fl't'rQu1ck; Step
m : building accordm;' to .& ;paili.imentary ; -iiett! in comparison with his predecessors. J. M. MEFFEKT. J. H. TAYLOR. .... .........--I I Ii .
:Mullet always hand Free Delivery Phone 121. .
on : return having thirteen under' On the other hand ,the church i ;
I :Lv I'aath.! 615am745am
Cedar Key and Crystal: RivrOVSTKKS. course of construction. Jreat Iritain: turn! over large revenues to him. estimated !- I Lv. JarhonVllle.. ... 1 $II pm

i: follows with twelve! but the latter has c -- o" to exceed the amount hkh it \r. \.ldtJl ,. ..... 11 (a P m 11 tJO 11 mAr
I I II Tifton----------- I:! 35 a m 12S3pmi
seventeen armored ( ruisers building, : I II i'et-eiVeS.: I OCALA I ICE E & PACKING CO1 i \ Uordt'lt' 145 a m 148 p m
as against eleven for the I'mted States, I Commercial Bank f fT f I A Wealth of Precious Gems j Ar.\ ml'rleull, ,. ... 1220 7 f>8 a pm m 'I 15 OS P pat ar.Cnlumbus

Opened and delixercd upon icqucst the third in order being Trance withi i With the sole exteption ot the Shah I .4?. Montgomery ."..'j, .".... .. '1 fI P m

II tOt'. i I tj T BRANCH OF 9i .it Persia. the czar owns a greater fortune .U.Yaoon G.s..r.BT..... .... S40am 410pm ,.
SEE; MM I :, I CAN Uuia has only one completed sub- I!i COMMERCIAL BANK. JACKSONVILLE in diamonds and precious vioiifsI ; Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work- 6fOJt6U K. R.Ar. .1
I Augusta ... 8 p
HI.I. YurR1'5) marine boat. This is of 175;; tons regisI j! C Q I than any man in the world. The fa- !' ing plant in this section and as a result are j 7am!
I I -\r.-\Uanta. ... .. 1/.5am:/ 1OSpmr.
W. M. TUCKER |j it... and was launched lit 19ol. j inous Orloff diamond i i.. only the gieate.t i C..lumbu$ .. 7 03 5 mr. .

Market., j i' The czar i is credited! with fourteen j i f CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO ?ff star in an immense constellation! i i turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.WATCH it i iPhon.e Ar.MCmptus\ Birniingliam: .. ...... Jl 8tpm: Il m ..."... ..

City i Ins) in touise of 'onstrul'liun. but a ., II vva-5 given to a pievious t/ir by a I.. ST. LAr "
i.M.imne that it is uncertain I| INTEREST PAID ON TIME! DEPOSITS 9 No. 34. ; ... i 11 5 ml i 18 pmt. :
| iHiints out f t "unl Oiloff one of whose de-, end .:its \ .. L'.atlaO'lIjris: 1 tAl P ml 1053 a at.u.
1 >\ lu-th- all of these have actually been I II \ .N ashv'lle C fI a P m! I II P usIII.
the famous
w is Count Orloft. who .I 1voted --
', "IIII1l'n. t"l. I I IJ his! life in improving the lii:....oJ I FOR THE BLUE WAGONS : Ar. St. Luuls .... a 52 a mr.
I II RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT .\ .l.blcaco.: ; ll'am .. ...
I i iI I of Russian horses and netted,! Ih"llrl..ft' L. &I S. B.B.
I |! \ -\r Louisville 230 a mj 1250 p usAr.
HERBINE horse. almt I I U.- no. -- -- -- ---- -- ---- -
I I now use -\> .
I Cincinnati 7 ) i at 12 00 IIIc.
-ively bv the Russian '. &; S. I. B. B PAr.
\v ill! ov.-noiiu' indigestion and d f ; 'olvalr} i
.i'sl'el'I ,.. .
I Chicago 15 a m 4 0 P m
-. 1 i.'sjultte:; the bowels and mre liver When Ni. holas II was 11 I u\\.-.! a -.\ .
: ago the Emir of n..khu..11. i I :solid trains from Jarksonrille to Macon.
Like !I. 1 kl Sllt'V tolllplaints.' It IS the best are selling our entire stock of : u !Trains from I'alatfea connect at Valdogta with

; I H.! I <.mi\ < hei and invigorator in the the Khan of Khiva his two pniiiii' d! ; trains Koine north fr..m Jacksonville

lp \ Comet : .v ': 1 1.1.1 It is l'ur'lr'jt'tlblt'. |Ilt'rf. thy vassal I.rin's'i...,} with one anothin : First Class Meals i!le 'n.Lorai remaining:-Ip" in ilepot Inne until Flyer 730 train a m for Ma

i li.i: mli1'<*. and, should you be a sunvierI'.itn DRY GOOD$ NOTIONS SHOES AND 1'iaking him the richest !gifts with.i.I ;!. .,: :. 1 Pullman buffet peeping Lara: from Jackson-
In the sr : cones I Ii HAn I | villeto :-t Louis via above route without
This .'. i 'li"ease >IU will use it if you .ire their power. The Khan pave him a chaJJ ....f cars on Dine Flyer train also Pullman -
\ the star; ; '
rless( i of pearls, which >.aidto I ,; finest leeper"on awe train to Chicagowithout
\ \\ise. !pin ope is I II
\ \ t t'\e! weak and i I CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES I ehanje
famous remedy \, \ ueary ccspon-: I K X. AndievXs. editor and manager be the finest in the worl.l.hrtinonds. besides Kor.schedule southbound and other information .

doesfort.sstomach \ v \ dertdvsrtc.! ',-, "I.i' 'I 1 Rmkledge Xevvs. t'.>.-oi. -- At Cost .! emeralds and rubies :iralore I' I I Ii .address } H RAFFTERY.
t tHis
that unitit \ i
isunabetcfrr: \ \ curing stomach all 11-1.i.. rites 'I have used sour 111'I presents are estimated to have: Delicious Hot Soup Daily District PasscngsrAgent,201 sacksonTlllc.Fla W. Bar Streets a

itsclt J evm if but \ \ troubles and I li'ie! in 111f.ltl1U. \'. and find it a most l been worth. at the lowest computation. OrC B RHODES.
Some things= at less than cost lil'nt'nlll'at'nger, acon.Ga.
sllgi't'y overbui: a.s.iriieted dei.ea. \ \ dIgestiveor 1"\' .>!iI'! 'nt medicine. Its effetts upon( _! : f.'Oiiii.iiiiij:! but they were unique and Dining Room open until midnight. Personal

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aisarers.Kodol \ ; w. M !ivi. len a marked bent-tit. I : no price could teally! be put upon them. orders
I' attention to special anything
: '. "' I it uniesitatmgl! i"v.' at 1 His rival.! the Emir. was not far be- \\VE WILL SELL

\. :\\\ !i'l.-t I -Monopoly\ llrugstoie.FAIRBANKS W t To make room for nur Grocery Store !.ind 1'im and the hetman of the Don the market offers prepared for the table eon
e wan
supr'.:es the natural '. i iI I which we expect to continue with a <' .. Prince Sviatopolsk MirskI I, short notice. Colonist tickets to CALIFORNIA

Juices o'! u ;eSI c ana \' \ FOR VICE PRESIDENT complete stock. TI Looking for BARGAINS II. fame foruaid! with some hind ome OREGON, WASHING.

does te: '* 'T< ci! the \ :' :, i you are don't miss I.nil il.t.n; ; ..>. did all the I-adlng, notds Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar TON, IDAHO, UTAH and the
Sl:>ma'h. r; i"!:. ths! \ ,
g t !
an.1 1
|J'MIs rif the empire to si ..y GREAT NORTHWEST
He is Rich and Stupid. and Would FillI
nervous te.: sun. :; :
in:.a' ed uscles .' I I the Position Admirably this OPPORTUNITY =- 7 :"thins! i! of fllr"l ien r"'tentates. :; Skilful Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands I 1JUST

'r.uescf that 1 \ ,
and r. ell' i CHEAP
.. \': \\.1"IUU-hlli. )I.l 11. In .,adnii.i 1[ His Luck is PhenomenalThe !
Oran. ars ii.d to ,\\ : > Special price to Regular Boarders

rest and r...<-'. It >.'urtbinuigesi \ \'\ \" I ilion I i"lit, les the liellef\ bev nnvs .ISeil zar is the luckiest man ..n.irth I

on a'_tn: 'e \!\\.\\L\ \ \ .,' t "n\i. t ion that Senator Kuii.'i- I Clark Bros. & Hall,f --.! in h- matter ',f "windfalls: hisi.yal i During March and ApriL Our
oi te .: .rt ,' THE FAIR ; THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt
r.t, "" : t. i !\ route takes ST.
nerve_s .: ."' a a' aallsto "\ \ ";' h, !...n., will be named for tl.eieiu \ .. Proprietors.DELOUEST'S subjects are constantly !l-i'.ing i you through
.:"i large sums of LOUIS, KANSAS CITY. COLORADO .
-'a 'tii: rs t- l > on the ticket with 1.> '- j money by will v\ hi h I

cle..lS :.JI' gaul' \ .'d No ..Ih'r name is bemir n.-. .- i'not i "hI a't' accepted Deli. ..t.. .ii"iiaty McGrath's Stand and SALT LAKE

strengt!' .g : e t. AIUS.nernpr P i.: t' 1 it understood the"1' '. ," ; :' is required to m'iuith! zOor I CITY.
.. 01 the stom\ M C OLD STAND I
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ahandc.esve: b1 1. I. ,ii,.e.l the president' that he it.-:r-:' > t"'J".t a .ga ) As a rule a \1..1.r -

organs .. ;:. who desires t _. j"'t I -THE SCENIC LINE
> Ii. j opui ul running with htm Th. Ocala Florida < :' I-
I:.. "... h unanimity of opinion! with V tll him mmunicat-s with iirnleriths : -"> Special Sale
Kodol Cure ..; OF THE WORLD." j
| Dyspepsia : d! :i to the question of who will be or some other off:'! I
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:.itiit..:i. i iinpaign;' chairman. Mein- thimperial household before he I

Tour Duler Can Supply You. l l..., .. .-I the! administration are olS !mu h m .kei- his will and obtains ih" er,..' .,..... of Sewing Machines Make your arrangements now.I. .
If in need of call at
B.m.esm J ..'. r -tI'..'..::r, Z',.nrn.s n iiniibt! .n this point as the rank and you are money 'I. "l."ent of his majesty to his '!r.i.:"
the trial se. fct": se j fa S Ce.frtputl --- -- -
.. Fen when th:;: has been done, and th-
by E. ClkWHX < CO. CtUUGO. :ir. S. s.ttOV Penrose and Gove.n .rMuiph I. E. REHLANDER
> of New Jersey are both prominent m 'n Tpe .-aeful investigation is'', We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-some

-- : !}' uk' u"nt'J. but nothing in Uncle Sal'n'sPAVVNSHOP ;1 hefntr.e iiiuney is accepted: with the out little-that we will close! out at Bargain Prices. These machines have Traveling Passenger Agent

Sold by the Anti.Monopoly Drugstore, i i authoritative can be said. i I II object of finding out whether anybody been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts replaced j MISSOURI PACIFIC

I I >\ho had a moral claim on the testator and made as good as new for se rvice. Each machine is adjusted, tried ,

'.\i!!!' suffer by his disposition of his and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
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.I'h If <=o the czar orders that the and tried, if desired.

LA G IPPE Foley and Co.. Ctucdco. originated 1.. '.- Y biivrted: to the proper chan- We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from (4 to $12.I II I CHATTANOOGA TENN.

H"Mev: and Tar as a throat and lung You can get the most liberal loans on your -:,,. !{I and each is a bargain at the price. ----------- -

..- !,enuuy. aid: on account of the great O Tr.-!'* !l-su-! is.. when accepted are : We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wi.son" ; I
m. I in and popularity' of Fole>'s Honey1ml : Q A :' Cnerokee
Pneumonia follows La Qrlpp Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry, i-ver ui: by the czar for his plivaterttification. Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment. USEThYLOR'SRemedy

but never follows the us* of ., Tar many imitations are offered Furniture. Tools, and all Kinds of tf He regards them as a Graphophcnes and Records. A Graphophone and 6 Records for $5. I:>

; 1 ior the gvnume.. Ask for Foley's Hon- Personal ,I: trust fund and they have beer so regirded of Sweet Gum and
Property '
: Honeyand e.aid Tar. and refuse any substituteq i SPECIAL ATTE. 'ION TO MAIL ORDERS
by most of his ancestors This
) FOlEY' ,.t'f'r..d "' n,' other preparation will i I I i Mullen for Coughs, Colds!
) TarIt fund is drawn upon for charitable and ,
: ;ive the same satisfaction. It I is mild- I I i''LaGrippe. Nature's
:>' :"xltivi' It contains no opiates and UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE religious purposes. Five mill-.,ns ofwere Furniture and. House Furnishing Goods at"SMITH'S" t Great

stops the Couch and, heals" the lau,& for I ublt'S given! from it to rehvthe : i!Remedy for all Throat and
i:' s.iest children and tlellcate peri -
Prevent Pneumonia and CoDiumptlon. I :\'.! H..s.-css: ::: M<.(> C.---.c-.i. : : : : ; starvme Pt' \!'..r.ts dun-s the !''i!,t
i I SOli!'. Postoffice Drugstore.. j jI I Lung Troubles.
'I Thoroughly
terrible famine in Bessar.ib.i: Bjt ir'is i

lIa.O. V.C'BU. of 157 O-irooJ St.. ChlcM, I ', not confine.1 to Rassitr. "bj.- ta tested for 30
rlu*: "Mj wif bad iairiipoidtlStbSI t I j Nothing as good! for ccfenolsseurs: asa I I II M. Rubin & Co years. 25c.,
alone The czar made liberal don ttionsi
lon1 .MoL.11'I ,
wllk a ry bad cough oa her Grand Royal lOc. cigar. Sold by all '] 50c., and $J. For Sale By
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bass U D Taa euz.d.oo..teMll.- Ocala Furniture
Postoffice Drugstore Ocaia, Fla. I j principal dealers. i I >4 West Broadway Ocala, Floiida i (Concluded on fourth page.) Co. '!Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

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Martel. Fla.. June 11, 1SU4. the Maneuvers on Manassas Battle-

Editor star I ask space in your valuable field Next SeptemberThe

paper to extend my profound Florida state troops are looking

thanks to the democrats of DunnellonBlitchton. forward to the grand military review

i f 'u. Heidt\ille. Cotton I'lant and | which takes place at the historic bat-

Martel districts, who. by their suffrages I i tlefield of Manassas from September: 5

gave me a splendid majority in to September :(I.

their respective districts at the primaryof Florida's quota will be twelve como -
the 7th inst.. which, with the aid of ponies which will Ii'aabout september C '
my eight friends in Flemington and (i 1 in a special train furnished :

four in Romeo districts secured for mea i, by the United States government.
g1L1P majority of fortnineot..s over my I which bears the expense of tran>por- 'vF

opponent Mr. V. P. Smith as a candidate i j tation and subsidence.

for county commi -!'ioner. To those" I The review includes every arm of the

who used clean methods and conscientiously service both of the regular troops and ,

worked and voted against me. ;national guard comprising the division I{I

I have the most kindly feelings, and i j of the East and includes all the states II i ij
most cheerfully commend their ac- j on the Atlantic coast. ,
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lion. To the few who voluntarily: j I Manassas is in Virginia, sixteen milesi
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pledged themselves to vote and work i i from Washin ton.

for my nomination and failed to do it. \ In addition to the regular drill the '
v A
:i I extend heartfelt commiseration. i best marksmen in the company are # Fes 1R

A. a member of the board of county; making good progress at the target

c ommissiuners., in the future, as in the ''with the Krag-Jorgensens. an.liII

v p tst. I will have no enemies to pun- ]I( compete in the great shooting contest

p N. I ish or friends to reward. The most obscure I! which "ill take place shortly after the MS

rr_ : citizen, as well as the most prominent I review at Manassas.

I shall have my official attention i It is presumed that Fort Riley Kan-
? x I dud assistance in all grievances where | sas. will be selected for the rifle match

it can legally be given. I stand squarely Under a recent act ,of Congress $:: -a.4ro0 .- .

I upon my record in the constructionof I have been appropriated for the

improved roads as rapidly as the finances I :

of the county will permit with- sev-eral _

out additional: taxation, to be located j i pended in prizes both in the form of

to as to accommodate the greatest money and medal! .

I number of our people at the least ex- I

favor, and will use my best effortsto R" a g
so enlarge our court house within "Westmoreland, Kan., May 5, 190::
Will Be the Next Governor of Florida
the next two years, upon modern plans !I Ballard Snow Liniment Co.: Your Snow

!''of architecture, so as to give a commodious -I Liniment lured an old sore on the side

I office to the several officers of the of my chin that was supposed to be a i
county, convenient waiting rooms for I cancer. The sore was stubborn and II
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witnesses before the grand jury, and: would not yield to treatment until II R. W. DAVIS

a suitable office for the judge of the I tried Snow Liniment which did the
the City Market Who Also Ran for the Nomination to the
11 ircuit court. j I I work in short order. My sister, Mrs. f

| I favor a just uniform and equitable" I Sophia: J. Carson, Allens\ille" Muffin
Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetable? I
| valuation of all grades of property and 'I county Pa., has a sore and mistrusts
; as small a levy of taxes thereon as theI that it is a cancer. Please" send hr a
in Season !
i I> .." essitie.s of the people will permit, j I Ii ;SOe. bottle. Sold by the AntiMonopoly POPULAR EXCURSIONTO

to be judiciously and economically exnded \- !!' Drugstore.

City and Country Trade SolicitedFree : by th. board of county commissionws. j,I I


Delivery Phone J2J.FRUIU In conclusion I will assume to say Oldest cheapest and first.Voi king I,

that I am perhaps ten fifteen or twenty I for glory. See the pioneer plumber of

Vest m advance of many of our people I| Ucala.I MACON $3.50

,Dads. but the time will come. Mhap.s. |. COURAGEOUS COSSACKS ATLANTA $5.50

j .ifter mmo.tal. remains have moulded I
into dust that bouquets will he show- I Tokyo, June 11.-According to the I
And Return
Nature Provides Its Own Remedies, Which If Use o red upon me for my advanced position ( Japanese cOl"respondt'ntsith the j
in aiding in formulating public First army in Manchuria (Kuroki'si

Judiciously, Insure All Times.Perfect Healthat ,I sentiment on these lines in my county, I the active Russian operators are limited I THURSDAY JUNE 16 1904.

: state and nation through public addresses 1 to a series skirmishes fought byjCossatks ,

I I now on file in the office ot: j and mounted infantry, but I

Asde! from the pleasure of eating centrated form from fresh Californl public roads inquiry. Washington, II. j whkh accomplish little else than to Train via Southern
seasonable fruits before beginning the Prunes, they are a natural dissolventfirst Special RailwayLeave
!: t'., whkh habeen indorsed by someof occupy the attention of the Japanese
meal of the day, this custom has acting on t OH teats of the stomasnndoubtedlyarisen
from the well known and bowels and not on the organ the most brilliant minds of the country outposts. The Russians engaged number I i I

i Jacksonville . . . . 9:00 .
fact that nearly all fruit and more particularly themselves. at large. I am not careful whether I hardly more than *>'"> men, supported to to to. a. m.Arrive
plums and PRUNES contain They regulate the Liver and Stom | or not my positions will receive the by a mountain battery. I Macon . . . . . . . . 4:00: p. m.

natural laxative principles which act ach, Cleanse the System and Purif | approval or condemnation: of fellow I Their operations extend throughoutthe I Arrive Atlanta. . . . . . . . .6:30 p. m.
directly on the stomach and bowels. the Blood, Cure all Troubles
Constipation, that dread and troublesome Biliousness, Bad Breath, Bad Blood I iti/ens. The great question for me I district of Ai Yang; and Saimat, I Tickets good to return on any regular train up to and including train

complaint which is undoubtedly Wind on the Stomach, Bloated Bowels to determine is. are they usrht. I would : and their object is to interfere as much j leaving Macon 2.15 a. m., and Atlanta 11:55 p. m., Sunday. June 19.
the basic cause of nine-tenths of the Foul Mouth, Headache, Indigestion '
lather b<. right and receive nou t'mna- !las possible with the Japanese provision Further information furnished upon application Passenger Office, 10Sj
dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness.etc., Pimples and Dizziness. {
turn than to be amidst the glowing trains. Their efforts have i j West Bay street, Telephone 743.j .
so prevalent among our people today, Every household should have: it ,, wrong i proven i
and which, if neglected, surely leads family package of CALIFORNI.PRUNE eulogies applause and commenda- futile and no damage has been done I

to more complicated and serious organic WAFERS, and at the fin ;i turn of my ft'lI.ncitiz..ns.. I except the killing of a number of Japanese J. C. LUSK District
diseases, can surely be prevented, sign..of approaching illness, or whe Through ...ffort"Iari'n troopers.The I j Passenger Agent,
and when not too far advanced can be under the weather, take a couple < my countyis I
absolutely cured by the judicious use wafers, and the doctor's bills will soo now receiving $loa per annum from II Russian rh'onnnitt'ringparti..s I I j I Jacksonville, Fla.
of the modern laxative and cathartic be much smaller than they are now. i I the state for lent of armory, and by are bold to the point of desperation i II I
California Prune Wafers. You can eat what you please if yo efforts, aided consist _
my by our representatives They thierly of >'oungotfkE'rs
They are not; a patent medicine in follow each meal with a CALIFORNI
in the legislature of 1903.; I pro- i and a handful of men who are willing ,;
which di
the ordinary sen.e of the word being PRUNE WAFER, quickly
Atlantic Coast Line
compounded: from fresh California su'.es the most indigestible food an I pose to see that the state pays the i to go to any length to secure informa- Railway CompanyTIME
Prunes, which every intelligent person helps to tarntt through and out of th county $<>QuO for the armory and lot of tion. They will ride boldly within the
knows i is truly nature's laxative system in a gentle and healthful mat I
land upon which it is located or a back Japanese lines and if discovered shoot
A dainty little wafer, always the ner, without the-slightest! pain gripis
lame, compounded in a highly conor nausea. 100 Wafers for tie lental I of Snort for its use for fourteen i;j their way out. endeavoring to do as
yens. Through my efforts assisted I i much damage as possible before being TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904

FRUIT IS NATURE'S LAXATIVECalifornia toy a few others a quarterly payment; i' killed or taken prisoner.. --

..i $;>iii is now being received by Ma'n'li I .
aunty from the hire of state con- SMOKING IN A DEPARTURES FROM OCALAFor
Prune Wafers
\1, 's. POWDER MAGAZINE Rochelle Palatka, Jacksonville and

.Ami thanking the democrats of the Is courting death more. suddenly but I TRAIN NO. 78. 1:10 P. M. all points east. Also for Macon, Atlanta .

A Natural Dissolvent! and Cure for s.'. oiid iiiunty commissioner's: district' not more surely than neglecting kid- i, Nashville Chicago via Dixie

f..r: my nomination as their candidate ney disorders. Folly's Kidney Cure will Flyer route.

BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIAand :..1' ( "11 lit)' commissioner. I have the cure a slight disorder in a few days, I For Leesburg, Croom Trilby, Brooks-

ALL BOWEL TROUBLESFar hoiioi to remain their ohe li..nt servant. and its continued use will cure the most r I TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20 P. M. yule Tarpon Springs, Clearwater

H \V. Long. j obstinate cases. It has cured many I Belleair St. Petersburg, Lakeland,

Better than Pill or Purge. IOO WAFERS, 25 CENT --- ------- people of Bright's disease and diabetesI '!, Tampa and intermediate points.

RESERVES TO THE FRONT i I \\ were thought to be incurable. If
SOLD BY THE ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA i I TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosassa -
L"!> l"n. June 11.-The Russian gO1.'II"nl \ you have kidney: or bladder trouble,
and intermediate
: is now sending nothing but commence taking Folly's Kidney Cure I
For Juliette High Springs, Live Oak.
-I': '" \ ">' to the seat of war and is hold- today, before ills too late. Sold by !
TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M. Dupont, Waycross and all points east
1,:: .:'i i : iw' : -vits; at home. The reah..wev the Postoffice Drugstore. I I

I ".,. : i. !r 't that the trainedire I and west. (

LOW RATESTO I .. ::1..!" ludly: needed at the ALWAYS READY !I TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M. For Juliette, Gulf Junction, Homosassa

.., : th..n :; but that there is 11 r! and intermediate points.

,-;..' .M. tl.,,: ti..' t-ntire reserve is }>t'rt. "Where." exclaims an orator in the I Trains Xo. 33 and TS carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.

...! with : .1.i alism and cannot be Iowa legislature, "can you match the I P. & O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on

'.-t.. i to put! down demonstrations American m.m"ell.. almost anywhere I Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 11:3: p. m. .

:: ..u' -: the v.-nv--nment. This systemf : you can find him with a coin or : For full complete and reliable information regarding rates, through car
HOT SPRINGS ARK. :' : .!: i in. ii._' Ii:" army in the field has two about his clothes.REVOLUTION I
S arrangements, sleeper reservations: etc., call on any Atlantic Coast Line
:1.: "'ply;! c-r-i profound discontent agent, or address

.: .n'llx aPJ"':" the reserves them-
IMMINENT T. C. WHITE Division Pasngergent,
S. .c -, but .1 a'nong the large em- .
,. .. II M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAIG, General Pass. Agent
\ '" of -.b.' iii the Russian cities.
A sure sign of approaching revolt and Wilmington North Carolina.
::" i'e left ithoat skilled mechanics
TICKETS will be sold every Wednesday and ,.;.-: alEt':-'r LU tories.I. serious trouble in your system is n*r-
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Saturday during months of June, July August ,- tii ,t in high quarters there vousness. sleeplessness or stomach '.->-

and September from points in the Southeast, .-'- fea ..f \\ h.t111 happen when sets. Electric Bitters will!! q: b ky! : --

at one fare, plus $2 for the round trip, limit 60da's. \\ ,I'con,.- .'.1 i tn --\erjthins pos- member the troublesome fir-s-a r .'
.. '.. sa'u' : : government isI'r.r never fails to tone the si' I' _- % Do YouTake QuirAn4(
Ute the ki'n-is ,1'1 bt)aa's ='. /
I.: i- c-i rr.illy believeiii ,
For Books and Pamphlets descriptive of the .. .: : 1-: > f I*"rt Arthur will! be the liar 11. : larify the ., : 1: ; ;;. I' 3 l you uo if you are a victim

Hotels Bath Houses etc. apply to ,'. .. -1 b_% a'-nipied uprismz i.-.xn sY='_ms benefit r"- ,: ',. ,'. I .' H -r a.Dcr.'t s
.. \\l\ th- usual atttendir.s : > -
.: ,' st the .:.1 i :-j prevent this s Do It. It's Dangerous.
''. uni: .r its thorough and =- .- .-..-z Y
t' country districts are \V anm wllcnr': r.1..r..a.. wit it leaves
I. E. REHLANDER fectiveness. Electric E:"-'- .
JRUN '" nt :,:o the cities to do garri- sInuoi; i ':ewiy ar t:.. .'Cs
: ;a'>c., and that is return- .: : I
rav. Pass. Agent. IUly. By this means it is hoped I ( %
give perfect satisfaction .; ,
JI : ,: Kl.sts can be kept under and I : HERDINELi I Ii ,
: by Anti-Monopoly Lv.s- !": i
No. J5 W. 9th St.Chattanooga. S. ; .'.-..try demonstrations nipped inREMINGTON
l OUTU ., ;.:;,,1. I _
Tenn.FOLEYSIIONY j !25 REWARD purely vegetable and,.iilutely. guaranteed Sand
tO CCre Tti.iiari.. ., all'i -aUUi Li*?, LiliouailCsS,
SMITH -PREMIER. all siosiaclx, Kidney ana ..,er cxtmpiauts. i
DENSMORE! HAMMOND The and signei will I! 2'A '- TRY IT !o- .1Y. I
'f $." f.r :*:* n'0"
TYPEWRITERS 50 Cents Bottle. All Druggists. I
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iaB t'OL' IIOHIYA.'iDTAR -Just Received' at- -- '. "

Cures Colds: Prevents Pneumonia **t children: safe, awe* A". :yi4eee OCALA MUSIC COMPANY --:. : '. :.,-.,. \V. t' W, -'". Su.:1: t/j ue A:-31w.upuy: ana ah otli er first class drl gstoteloPAGE



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The advantages to be derived in buying from a department

store are certainly greater than those derived in buying

outside from separate stores. You can find under one roof .

.everything that you may need, and, if the weather is not

; pleasant, it is not necessary for you to go from one store to

another to get your various articles. That, as you know, is

I at least convenient.Then .'

again, in buying. our stock we are often enabled to buv for two or three departments -

in one place,and, as there is a saving in doing. this, we,give you the benefit. '

The office work is not so expensive in a department store as in individual

stores, for one bookkeeper may keep the books of a large number. of departments, and
so the expense is still further reduced.

What is the outcome of all this? Simply the fact that we give YOU the best to

be obtained at the most reasonable priceD .

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As you know our Dry Goods Department has in it everything that it should have, and it would
be.useless to enumerate all the good things it contains. It would"take too much paper, andbe-
side that you already know pretty well what we have. .
IF I YOU have any fault to find with this department, we want you to tell us about it, and
we will do the rest. .

IF I I YOU are satisfied' with it, we want you to to tell your neighbors about it, and they will
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Volume 9, No. 312 OCALA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1904. $5 a Year in Advance.TEA' .

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the Orient; Democratic Candidates. Cripole: Creek Authorities; and Employers -

Hearst is Now a Little in OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHINGat Say Workirgmen Must Cult; Ofice Over Munroe: & Chambliss
Bank Ocala Florida.
KOI i, d T1 '1:0" I'hi18- .,1..1 S,.n- the Lead I Union or the Country

:t- ><>liiig tu the N"r\v York Herald ..h .h .. -

born's.BUFFALO ih- ;iit-iris Vil.Bim r:. JI .trot have wnuu ui
CHOPS issued a statement they have already Actual Factory Cost. J. E. CHACE,

loo delegates: far pledged for the s:t.
We have also a Mixed Tea In package DENTAL SURGEON
I.oui convention to Parker's 175. The
25<-. for a half I.oun.l-a splendid :i
drink.If Hearst people further assert that they Jfflce Upsrairs Commercial Bank
hate carefully canvassed the situation
you want something good and i THEY ARE ALL NEW GOODS AND STYLISH. Bunding Ocala Florida.
I and inert alto i2:; non-committal.
fEliaLeUSf' Chase and Sanborn's j TERMS CASHi
Olney! has :::6. Gorman 22! anl Wall :6.: i

goods. Heaist e.imsrizuu.t.. \' liifoini.i.Colorado Come and Get a Suit Before They are Picked Over. ,i .

AT THE I : l.laho. Iowa, h awaii. fidr.- !
i W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
s,s, Maine, Nevada. New Mexico, Ore


\\isriinton, \VyomSng: and jmrt ull I i iFl Wi CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY SURGEON

<'rida, Ohio aiid West Virginia. .
- -- I M-e -ia.' attention given to the treat-
Paiker i!o' given Connecticut r..orgi.l'1) I ; nien' of Chronic Diseases and Diseases -
--- -- ------ -
-- ---- --- ; vl Women and Children.
yjElrig For Indj tna, Xe.v York Tennessee and part l:


<;iormun Is given part of Ohio and
i 'trite ever Tj dings' Drugstore. Of-
REPAIRS \Vest Virginia; and Maryland.Oln My driving ponies, Kitty and Hattie Growers May Dispose of Them toi fice hours from 8 a. ra. to 1! *n.;

'I y is given Massachusetts andW.ill These ponies are well bred being about i the Best Advantage | from I p.mto5Rit..
-:10 TO- i ii given Wisconsin.The i three-fourths Wilkes and one-fourth lif'sdt'nl'l'-Xo.! 60 N. Main St, known
r'1C st- the Xa'> "h eottaep.
Watermelon and cantaloupe shlf'Pf'rs'1'l'un'il"n '
uninstructed stairs Ala-
are Hamiltonian; can go a mile in four
F. G. B. WEIHB ;buitii.. District of Columbia. Oklahoma jour melons to me and let me ( = -
minutes; are very kind and gentle; can '
The Jeweler, i,Michigan, Montana :Nebraska New be handled by ladies or children. They sell them for you here on the track

ii i'Hampshire. New Jeysey, Pennsylvania, are well matched In color size and' A. Frank. Ocala Fla. HERE IS \i G GOOD IDEA

j:South Carolina and of Florida
I part gait; are four years old. Price J500. I
i Kansas, Ohio Maine and Oregon. POTATO DRAWERS
I The statement continues; "The action While your family is away for the

of Colorado Idaho and Hawaii FOR RENT, FURNISHEDA 1 Fifty cents a thousand. Bummer let us put your plumbing in a

(during the last few days has given f Ocala Seed Store. jjenitary condition. Your trip away for
II William Ikindulph Hearst a completelead neat five room house, with bath! \,e summer" will do no good if you come

B. N. SINCLAIR over all competitors for the presidential completely furnished to rent for the FOR RENT AT SEABREEZE Ii ne and breathe sewer gas all win-

Private office In Commercial Bank. nomination. Mr. Hearst's summer. Apply at this office. he1 Florida Plumbing and Electric
,friends throughout the country are entirely For the season or all the year round km ain, Inpany.W.W.Carman&Co..
Tour work in the above lines solicitedSpeed
I c-onofident of the result. CREAMERY BUTTERThe a splendid hotel with fourteen bed- The Pain & .
accuracy guaranteed. I !
I "The table shows that Mr. Hearst has rooms: best location on beach; completely for s. pt. It will effect '

i15o| pledged delegates aside from his Carmichael and Son Co. keep"! furnished. For particulars and i i is i cure TIT c I| I the time requiredby .

'great strength in the other delegations, i I to see photo apply at the Star office. other
FISH AND OYSTERSI I constantly on hand receiving a fresh, 1 i any treatment. For sale by

I both uninstructed and pledged to someone supply every two days, delicious, pure 'I'I all druggists. I You will find a well selected stock of
else, who I'ruItt'rly'ote for ::1 HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
have fresh liottcm Fish and may I Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per groceries at
I him. The convention still to be held I UNION MEN BOYCOTTED
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37.
Mullet hand
always on : CARMAN & CO'S.,
promises' added Hearst strength. Illinois II One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip

Cedar Key and Crystal River for example might today be justly WATERMELONS FOR SALE Tickets on sale every Wednesday and Victor, ('010., June 11.-Merchants I an North Main St, north ol city mar-
placed in the Hearst column for the Saturday; return limit sixty days. and other employers are freely signing I set.

RECEIVED FRESH DAILY reason!' that three-fourths of the delegates Have 30 acres of melons of the Eader I The Frisco System, in connection an agreement not to employ union men Specialties-

I to the Illinois democratic stateconvention and Glof'sier'ari< tk's-a field In quality with the Rock Island System from I. in the future.TRIUMPHS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,

Opened and delivered upon request( have been instructed for Mr. not surpassed!! in the county. Will 1 Memphis, offers the best route. I CHICKENS AND EGGS

Hearst. !I sell in the field or f. o. b. Call on Dr. Write for literature and full partic- OF MODERN SURGERY
SEE ME, I CAN Remember the and rest
I I place assur-
j W. P. Wilson over Pittman and Son's ulars. S. L. Parrott, District Passenger I

FILL YOUR WANTS I AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c. furniture store Ocala, Fla. Agent Atlanta Ga Wonderful things are done for the! j we will treat you rightW.

W. M. TUCKER, I I human body by surgery.; Organs are W. CARMAN & CO.
I -- ,taken out and scraped and polished and
City Market.j If you want to get up early and feel I --- I
put back or they may be removed entirely -
I good all day take a Little Early
Nor I Riser I ; bones are spliced; pipes take SUMMERSTYLES
two at bed time. These
LUMBERROUGH the place of diseased sections of veins;
|tle pills' relax the nerves give quiet I I
J. D. WILLIAMS antiseptic dressings are applied to
I rest and refreshing sleep, with a gentile i (I I
I about' wounds bums, bruises and like injuries -
movement of the bowels
CARPENTER AND BUILDEROffers '!breakfast time. W. H. Howell, Houston I before inflammation sets in. which 1 t
DRESSEDSee causes them to heal without maturation -
| Tex., says "Early Risers are the II
his services to the people of I and in one-third the time required by I
best pills made for constipation, sick Handsome line of
Ocala and vicinity for work in his line. j the old treatment. Chamberlain's Pain piece

If recommendations and good work I headache. etc." Sold by Wm. Anderson. or Phone I I Balm acts on this same principle. It'':goods in stock for suits,

count, then I feel capable to make estimates I is an antiseptic and when applied' to |(trousers and overcoats.

and carry them to a Willianl.Xo. successful. I THE MAYA WAR OVER I II B. H. SEYMOUR such injuries causes them to heal very |I We are up-to-date in material -
Jssue. J. D. I quickly.; It also allays the pain and
I I II' and workmanship.
138. S. 2nd St., (Ocala Fla. --- I i soreness. Keep a bottle of Pain Balmin
j Mexico City. June 11.-Piesideiit Di- j : I All orders skillfully and
---- --- I' PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla, jour home and it will save you time
az has issued a formal decree an- executed work
and money, not to mention the inconjvenienre promptly ,
CAKES jnoouiuing the end of the Maya war inthe __ ____ u _
BREAD, j and sufferinghi h such injuries i fully guaranteed.
(I Yucatan peninsula after four >ears' j ,
entail. For sale by all drUI!' ists.
-and-- .durttioi.I I EDWARDS I i Jerry Burnett
I i --- I THE CITY MARKET June 11.-It I is reported fromronstantinople

the finest bread, cakes ,I tearing or wrenching pains, occasioned -j
i .. ._ . that the representatives -
t>y petting wet through: worse ; 'VHITE'SCream
and Fancy Groceries in the city ;, (>f the 1N.ners.1ve pcSentrl] a
i: .\hen at rest or on rim mowing tic !' joint note t.. the Porte '.m.m'l1m: the

REMKMBI-R: THE ,limbs or in cold or dampe.ither, is':':Leading \Wholesale & Retail Butchers i.j i -*-.ition! i if atrocities Armenia.. Vermifuge

quickly cured by Dallaru's SnoLini!- i

FRENCH BAKERY :|ment.writes. Oscar February Oleson.16, 19o2A Gibson City.>e.irio III.. WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS r l I A STRONG-HEART- ;3i J THE EURAINiEEDl

.| l!' assured by perfect digestion. Indi H r
I was troubled with a pain in my LI.'k, ,
It soon sol so bad I couM t;)t b-r.'i! t g
:t up against the heal t. This ':ruseshortitess
'iver. One bottle of Balitrd's! Snowi,, FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 105

I..niment; cured me." :2.!.;.'.. ".'V .in i $1ivilJ II ;; of breath palpitation of th \ -.
general weakr.ess. KoJoli
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by the ntiIon"I'.ly Dru !'tl :-", ''
and i I Dyspepsia Cure cures 1iKstion. relieves -
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I I J. M. MEFFEKT. J. H. TAYLOR. j' the stomach takes the strain THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
I ,( .iff the heart and restores it u.. a fu'I BE*..E OF IMITATIONS.

Specialty i. St. Petersburg. June 11.-Uuls fur j performance of its function naturally. !I Ballard-Snow THt GENUINE PKCPUKtD Liniment ONLY IT Co.

MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR Ocala Ice & Co |I Kodol increases the strength by enab-i 1
the treatment of prisoners of war \\"IH' Packing Imir the stomach and digestive organsto ST. LOUIS, MO.

------- published today. They are humane and ;' Sold ty the Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore
digest, assimilate and appropriate ,,
lullow the most advanced iJr.ts on the
V. B. POTTS to the blood] and tissues all of the food

I Ioubjed, !III Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice working I nutriment.. Tones the stomach and di- I. LALEXAXDERPractical

AND BUILDING i j:. Estiorgans. Sold by Wm. Ander-
CONTRACTING i A FRIGHTENED HORSE plant in this section, and as a result, are
I son. i I

Carpentering and Running like mad down the !!street i turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice. II I CARPENTER AND BUILDER

dumrlngthe occupants or a hundred i RUSSIAN MINISTER SHOT
General Repairing! Phone IXTo. 34. j
,other accident are everyday oicui-! I Cartful estimates made on all contract

Satisfaction Guaranteed 'l..nt'EIt L..hooe't'r, } od) to have Kerne. June n-The Russian: i, work. Gives more and better work for
WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS the money than any other man in
|a reliable Salve handy and there's none ;,tr to Switzerland.: M. V. Jadovski wasj" town.
AddressBOX i jas good as Bucklen's, Arnica Salx-e. I !
|seriously shot by an unknown I' ron'l i
691 OCALA, FLA !Burns,, Cuts. Sores. Eczema. Piles disappear [i believed to be a foreigner. i

j quickly under its; soothing; effect I. A. Colyer Bros.

23c.. at the \nti- [onol'Ol) Drug-
Opposite City Hall P. O. Box 374 s store. I SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGESt A COSTLY MISTAKE Merchant Tailors,

H. R. HUNTER DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR DEAD Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Coast of',iI i'ive.: Blunders Occasionally are sometimes life itself: ) expen-is the j. Have in of stock suitings one of for the holiday finest assortments suits

Amherst.; June 11.-The R-\ Herman I FloridaEVERYTHING J, price of a mistake, but you'll never b" ever presented to the Ocala publie.
.. .
... .
....- I
.. ..-.. .. .GUN-. .-. -.-. H. Neil for thirty \"<..I!" .r.f.r, wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning,

..f English at Amhert; ,Vllee! diistrr'i.iy MODERN Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness, Head- dyeing: and repairing neatly done. Fall

-and-- \.- after a long iliif! >-.. ache. Liver or Bowel troubles. Theyare
and winter! suitings to
H srneiKe.n.: Cmt-tab'.e.' : your liking.
-- ------ gentle :yet thorough. 2iC.; at tie
Best suits for the money in town Inspection
I H.te1lJint-:; trc: A antic Cua>t. .
DEATH OF MISS MORTON I : Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.See soliuted.:! Xo. 3, North Main

a Specialty.iOLEYSlONEYA Pans. June 11.-Miss j L--n.i M.'rtor. : Sun Bathing: and Se.. !F-h.nj; ; ; t'nStrpassea. I Sr. rwo doors north of Ocala House.FOIEYSKIDNEYCOFB.

-- -- ---- i.iushtof::: Lei i P. Morton of New' :.o: PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK the wall trunks at Smith's. They

Y.>-k, iir.i "t.1.1) fm: b'.md-pi.i-" will rn without pulling o't from the

I. ,' t ' Address HORACE F. STEWART, wall <";-'' { .f = ..r.d
TAR 11: srl ::: : :& sa\.r.e ( ? a e tou-

Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia :.-! n "' S, GOODALL, FLORIDA. t-ie. Ocala Fimi'-ire I vT'1&IY.: Makes Kidneys and Bladder Riait





i tl "- ..

FOR YOU TO BUY Episcopal .

... "'
<; Cjenshaw. the well known tur-
XO. 1.-SPLENDID H' ')lE. FINE BATH. H"T AND ':"LD WATER UP: l--ntinr operator of Monte Vista, is in There will be no service at Grace .'

and down stairs!; gas fittings. etc. ur. )' one fj." i K. ,At' ...ka: -.\ aha. the city today. ,church tomorrow on account of the absence .

of the pastor. Sunday school as ''
.4 .
G. E. Stouffer of Cincinnati, who has usual at 9:30.

CALL 0 v DITTO FOR PRICE. b.e nin the city for several days left Methodist 0

today for Georgia.J. .
&:3u a. m.-Sunday
11 m.-Preaching by the, .
a. pastor.i:3o
B. Erwin traveling freight: agent
for JS and one for $I'} per month: and three extra large lots; two. blocksoff : p .m.-Epworth Lragu
for the Southern is the
Otklawaha. A bargain at $l:'-,". Railway among .-ii p. m.-Preaching by the pastor

FARMIX1 OR STOCK. MUST: GO ; visitors in Ocala today. SeatS invitrd.
XO. 3.-lii'.u ACRES OI'EX LAXD. FOR free. The public
now; 1 mile from depot in this county. Price. $1 per acre.

XO. BUILDING LOTS FROM JCO To $IyciO: SEAR SQUARE; ANY LO- ;* A. D. Mitchell of Believe: :< in the ChristianW. .

fality.XO. city today.J. Rufus Rowland. Ministri.i i-

:;:;.TWO GOOD LOTS AXD SM ALL HOUSE IX FIRST WARD: TWO j{, 9:30 am..-Sunday school. H. 1'
blocks from railroad and one bloc: off 0.klo waha. Must be sold now. :
W. Lutfman of Sparr is in town Groves, superintendent.
Price. JjuO.Special .
; today. 11 a. m.-Preaching by Rufus Row

Attention to Rent Accounts. land. Subject: "Greatest, of These

Notary Public for state at Large of Florida.F. Mrs. F. A. Teague returned today Three

(torn a pleasant visit to Mr. Teague's 3:3v p. m.-Junior Endeavor meeting < .'.
Barents at Lady Lake. 7:45 p.: m.-Prea. hing by the mini.-- "

ter. Subject: "The Rich Man and Laz :" .

\\". ITTO, CALL ON DITTO 'F. *. DITTO, Mrs. Mamie Fox left today for a brief arus."

visit to friends in Green Cove Springs.A. The music at these meetings, ,w III r .

I --- and Is invited
good, everyone to it-nit-
M. Davis of Citra of the Davis. and be With us at each service.

McEachern Lumber Company, was in Wednesday at 7:45 p. m.. pta>r:
-- -- ------
i the city today. meeting conducted by Rufus R.\\'II'! :: 4 A
} 1 ego ,
Ie --
\ Baptist
AN EXCEPTION"A J. W. Richie with the Armour Pack-

ing Company is in town today interviewing 9:45 a. m.-Sunday 'h.l.

the trade. 11 a. m.-Sermon by the pastor. "1-", .

i _____ Prevailing."
prophet is not without honor save in
Arthur t5. Harris of Savannah was in Anthem "Grr-at in the Loi 1"-H..> -

his own country" is a proverb that does not the city yesteiday.c. den. t'' '
; ,
----- 7 p. in.-R Y. P. U. St e'-ial: m -tin.!

always apply. For instance about JOOO M. Brown Jr.. leaves on Mondayfor preparatory to departure for Ton

a three weeks' trip to South Carolina convention. Every member U'I- j \?

and the \\" rld's Fair. br promptly present.
people in this country do business with

745; p. m.-f'hant. "Let All thr E.utti < .. .., ', -\W". ".,

L. S. Light of Reddkk was in town Keep t'ilence"Sermon: ... Ao :" __: ,,' r_ '\. ,-1

MUNROE &, CHAMBLISS / l today and paid the Star a welcome cali. "The Tragedy: of a Hardened -

1 1II ( Mr. Light is another proof of the fact Heart." JAMES P. TALIAFERROWho

!) that valuable goods are often put up in Anthem "Jerusalem on High"-Cor-
j '
II 0 Ocala, Florida. small packages. nelli. Will Succeed Himself as United States Senator
c. 10 0
c.\ I -- --- At all services, seats free and a cordial I

-- --, I i Will Nix of Kendrick paid the Stara welcome. 1

call this morning. There are few
Presbyterian ;
men better posted on Marion county 4

affairs 9:-15 a. m.-Sunday school. .
than Mr. Xix. ;
--- itual 11 a.Myopia m.-Worship."' : ubjt'Ct'rir-

Hev. J. 1'. Hilburn who has been
Anthem, "As the Hart 1'anteth"
spending j the past two weeks at the
From Jacksonville Deirly.
different Alabama and Georgia col-
.: tit p. m.-Worship.
leees. came down to Rochelle yesterday
Roo ': 1r ;j. "1Ial"141' Y..un '1 1'/1:. OK: gale Daih. Anthem, "Far From My Thoughts"Danks. -
$40,65 .... 1 ."I I.. -: $827 ,50 J 1. i..."" day. |i I and to attend Sunday.quarterly conference today .

I II Sermon, "Drifting.:'

ooo vn"x!: "&rwioQfl QC ""11/\/ 1 Trip. t.ood ten Ii i Baritone solo 90 > ly 'I ay- aleTud.ijand! [ i, Alfred Beck and John Mathews left
MUiUJ 'l'oIr-.I.\-1'1 lull1. Good derson.An .
I .' ',' :n';","'h.-. this afternoon for Lake VTeir.
especially attractive service i i'
e --- -
arranged for the evenin; and it will h,.

Southern RailwayWorld's II I I ATLANTIC COAST LINEWORLD'S worth while to come. The sermon OIl.

FAIR RATES "Drifting" is timely and tr<'. Th. -
I morning sermon will show how shortsighted -
Fair Route St. Louis
we all are in the most nnpot
I First c'ass excursion rate from Ocala
tant relations of life. Evryhodnuil a =J
to St. Louis and return:
Either through Atlanta and .1i.*ttuoog.t! ,ir '"!iuinl.ii.t and AsheviUe, I ed. A cordial welcome.
I $40.55, final return limit. Dec. 15.
"I IIIJ of the Sky" mute.nly I i _
$3S. final return limit sixty: days.
< : line from Flonda with its own mils tu St. Louis Two trains daily I FIGHT WILL BE BITTER
$;;; return limit, fifteen days. S
fl "III Jacksonville. Through sleeping car.
; Special ten day coach excursions at
STOP-OVERS GOING iXD RETURNING on World's Fair season, sixty- j p very low rates. Those who will peisi In I.)siiz!

.i..y ..u.! fiften-day tickets, within limit at principal mountain and summer reM Through sleepers from Jacksonville their ears against the continual! ie. ninmendations -

", IH.HUS to the Carolinas and EasJ Tennessee. Xo extra cost.' An '
opportunity | to St. Louis via Montgomery & Louisville of Dr. King's X.IIis.< oeiy \ -
! to visit the greatest of World's Fairs end spend a vacation in the for Consumption will have-a ions
R. R. and "Dixie Flyer" route.
1I.atain8.l1ere side trips .-an be made through the Sapphire Country. Lake ; For further information. see Miss and bitter fight with their troubles! r

TOM. \\ a}. the Highlands etc.
fatal termination
: Jessie M.iughs. agent Ocala House. not ended earlier by

Detailed iin.l valuable! information .naps, folders etc., cheerfully furnished i Read what T. R. Beall of Dealt! Mi- .

uu'i.! .ipph. ..ttii.n.; J. ('. LUSK. has to say "Last fall my wife had e\-

r.jet i : !ii t V c...! !>.' .\ "nt. 1'". West B.iy ST.. J"'k* f'n\'i1I" Fla. A STRANGE WELL Fro symptom ..f con.-1.mptif'ii. Ph to> 'K

.. ..
Dr. Kind's Nv T*' .iftfr ; \'-
-- ------ every
- ----- \\'. F. H iinilMn jiiit 'Sown! a 7.'.-r.'t.11
thing! d t.. !iled. Iin-ioM-r-
\\ ..!! for. '.>I 1. ". T. < !i-.>-i .1 fewa: >'s.ift. ,
came at n!.' < and h ar bottls ri.iiiely:
'. Th. '\-H i: .i... n"'t \ ifi'wat"! .I!'
Special Saleof ured hi .'." ianteed by the AntiMonopoly -
\ '. lint ..i'! :: lii-iws ...utn.1
Price ;(' *. and $1.
-I. k< in '. -M. vTi.iiiu .un"..utf! '.f air. Drugstore. J. ;>!. i. 7CCKTON
Trial bottles) free.
Sewing MachinesWe "1'h":, h.i\r newel the well ft..-l' Who Made! a Sphndid Fight for the Senatorship

-\1' '- th it this is srorrted by the ti's
TO THE WORLD'S FAIR iir'. Mi. HimiltnniUi'.s
i !
have a large number of sewing machines that have ben used-some

out little! -that \\e will close! out at Bargain Prices. These machines have ; passv-i through a 1-is cavity inWORLD'S AT ST. LOUIS

been thoroughly overhauled by exper.enced workmen and all worn parts replaced !' !! AYt\ E:

---- -.- -- Tickets at low rate now on sale.
and made as good as new for service. Each machine !is adjusted tried!
For particulars apply to Mr. S. P. Hay, _
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen FAIR RATES
S. E. P. A., M. & O. R. R., Montgom )
and tried, if desired. K s&D Leader! in Ice Cream
ery. Ala.
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12. Via L. and N. R. R.tx..ur'iun \\

and each is a bargain at the price. w* "'ft '- >2t : : CFFCSITION:
tickets now on sale daily \ r3 *
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and W'.l-: f.iin Ocala to St. Louis and return. PECULIAR SENTENCESHe DEFIES: COMPETITION! :

ton" Sewing Machines-with or without butron-hole attachment. \-y.-
H:..;:.;.-Return limit December 15. MJ h >
Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records for $5. was stabbed in th- fr.I...ts. (or. .r.a:'.r of theVELVET
.41It-Return: limit 60 days. -- r
She sat down upon his :..tll. i..
SPECIAL ATTE :'ION TO MAIL ORDERS j.n; .". .Return limit 15: days. l\ BRAND
She fainted his d" i
upon p.uiue ___
Spt-1'ial coach ext ursions. $:!3. Re- : ;;_:: Any -> .or or fl. r.
He kissed h"r upon ht'rnix in.He -. ::: \
Furniture and House Goods nil n limit 1" days from date of sale.1"l'k..t" ::: *
Furnishing at tame in her -. .
upon p-rnnsslon. -. ?, <- : or;) -:1ul'.l.n .I.yi"" n-
sold Tuesdays and Thursdays
The Chi' tell dean and .
:Y.Y :":: E:':.
..'! JUif.!
"SMITH'S" his leg just Move the opium joint.
'..nsjH>nding low rates from other
The steamer Mary Ellen was burnto --.!
.I.ts! The L and X. is the best line
the w.ter'edge this morning. and i PLEJKIi IUSTOME3S}

Ocala Furniture Co.J. '.. St. Louis. .,.reeve soul' "!. b .ird Jr,-"ned rX: <.ept thr r -- 1Teil
KIT rates schedules and sleeping car
chambermaid who sa\''1! herself by
-... ..Tion!'. apply to J. M. Fleming. a
swimming ashore. She: was l 1'i.tded with :. ..:< !:. r. r randy I re, ;
'. P.tss. Agt.. 2V.. Bay St.. Jack- -fie
pig iron and insured for J4Advertisements -."''. I C
than 'v.- . to j-.r.t eye with
_. :n .1-!: Fla.. or I'. L Stone. G. P. A.. "
clipped fr..m11 exchange '. .. :h : .ie: I' you
m.jesy -:: \
R. MARTIN & CO. I." ..-\ :II",.
: .
f N'nftc-
want to k\ tr- :- /.r P' i
Rooms for rent by a lady 12 feet :
< .. C55. 5' E't-t-
neryy.: '; : '
square.Bicycle. ness taste as to *... *rmane, -you h.
ODD FELLOWSThe for sale by a young man with '
GENERAL LIVERYMENFine i leather seat. have; rr.y t-i, .'='; tr",s_ ;'_ t... eat i'b.r f 1

Last Opportunity of the Year to A piano for sale by a younc lady |I and dehg-it; ':n L">y p setmeats

Visit California with mahogany legs. ,
and -At- I .
Carriages Buggies Traps
Wanted-Two young men who will be j I +
I'-c'.nnin: August 15. and continuing 1
Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. treated CHAS. E. TAYLOR'S. -
as one of the family. j
'1 y to September >, round trip ticket! ..

uu! h. sold on account of the above Rooms for rent by a family with a --

FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses contentions from all points in the southern exposure.

Southeast to either Los Angeles or Shoes shinrd on the inside. % We Are Still Hustling.
and Mules for Sale. Horses ::..11 Francisco at extremely low rates ---- --- C

.\ .th final return limit October 23.Tirkrts THREE PHYSICIANS TREATEDHIM &.. supplying bunders with the very
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. + A
will permit of ten days stopAvr WITHOUT SUCCESS //di esN easoned lumber for every pur-

at St. Louis. and allow holder the er _
J. R. MARTI & CO. t: + rose.1iie the demands of our cus-
privilege of going une route and returning W. L Yan.e)'. Padu .ah. Ky., writes: ,
:c THS ale great we have disappointed -
another without additional "1 had a severe case of kidney disease ..

,cost except that tickets returning via and three of the best physicians in j r.o one ted are glad to state that our

FRESH MEATS AND CAME Portland. an additional charge of $11 Kentucky treated me without success.I I eorts to erect tte desire for a gradecf

will te made. then took Foley's Kidney Cure. The :lumber cf the best quality have been

The Frisco-Rock Island Systems offer first bottle
immediate relief,
\\'e keep on hand a lull :line of the best Reef POI k. Mutton and gave me a;: recate3: : far beyond our expectaC.I.GRACE. v
ellent routes in either direction. :and three hottl-s cured: IT.> permanently -
Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. tcr.s.
\Vrt.- "atfc ..iir.tivfr literature J I gladly! rv rjmm"Cn' ih:? woi.-J"C--
Caretu': attention to orders and quick delivery made.
r.-i i..: .nfccr'.a'.' r. -.1 :*t us plan: .'u: r-rry! :- S- : .; *:> the P.ff: e

CITY MARKET ,..-.- W. L JONES Proprietor. x---r! tr-f.: 5. .L. P ,rr-t:, L'r.e_;'.':'r e. G FAY G C.-r .


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Ocala. Evening Star Wednesday, May JJf J904. ...

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Washington May 11.-Fair tonight I ,
Jno. I. Inglis is In the city. I II H. S. aG IVI FINE:: CrLOTH1NGt
and Thursday, except showers on the Loss and No Insurance-Two I i Twenty-five Jt'i'lratoit'-bulllmg l lots to (I Sistrunk and Wartmann Lead for the ,
southeast coast. I
The Ocala House had twenty-two arrivals Smaller Fires I be gin away. See B. H. Seymour. Legislature and Gordon for Sheriff

phone No. 2d;;.
yesterday.You HOW'S THIS? About 10 o'clotk this morning an I l"p to the time of going to press the ; i-

'alarm of fire came in from Seymour I following- precincts had sent in full reports I ONYX BLACK HOSIERY

can get hot steaks eggs coffee We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward mill, in the ilvrth edge of town. Thedepartment BOARD OF TRADE MEETING Ocala. Kendrick. Hridtville.Martfl I n

etc. at Dame's. for any case of Catarrh that cannot turned out and sown reached Sparr. Cotton Plant Blitchton.Anthony. i tot

be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. I the scene of the fire but the nearest Editor Star: Tomorrow Thursday Shady, Moss: Bluff Stanton. "
The most elegant display of candy i For Men Ladies and Children
F. J. Cheney and Co.. Toledo O. hydrant was so far away that even after I evening a meeting of the board of trade Ocklawaha and Summerfield. It Ii'I I OQ .

in town at Dame We. the undersigned have known T. connecting all the hose! and going I will be held for the purpose of receiving not mpthat! belated return will =

J. Cheney for the last 11;; years, and believe hark to the station for more they could the report. of the special committee change: the result much. I II .
Any kind of lunch hot or cold quick I lot
him perfectly honorable in allbusiness only reach the edge of the fire which appointed to examine into the For United States Senator 0)
Iv served at Dame's.E'er'body The great success ot "Onyx" hosiery Is due to Its perfect black and Its eno
had that lime the
transactions and financiallyable by spread to out- proposition to bond the city of Ocala.As I Calk . . . . . 2s I
lying lumber around the mtlL The : superior quality shape and finish. It is not to stain the feet can.V r
t out made this is matter which is of vita guaranteed
carry any obligations : a.
rolls at Chambers and Jennings . . . . . 134 j
by their firm. fire caught from the smokestack. It interest to all tax of the city I tin\l1: washing dOts not change the beautiful Black; it remains perfect un- to
Haley's bowling alley. payers Stockton . . . . . 320Taliaferro .
West and Truax. Wholesale! Druggists is supposed a spark dropped on the I earnestly request that every member of . . . .. 3461 lot til the hOe is worn out. In
Toledo.: O. I roof, and when first seen was no more the board of trade will attend the : : ;; I o ." ....
Louis Lang of Dexter was at thf' "ONYX BLACKS"
Waldin. Kinnan and :Marvin Wholesale than a foot square. in the \'a1ley"h -re meeting. Citizens who are not mem- CongressmanMcNamee. o -..- 0.
House jesterday. I tot'
: two roofs joined and in less than halfa vt.a" "We Never Change Color.- '
Druggists Toledo! O.Hall's bers are cordially invited to be presents ,
t minute had covered almost; the en- Sparkman. . . . . . 504 1 1I '
Catarrh Cure is that
Pearl tlothash Is the bet.Ye sell taken Internally they may become: fu"'y informed I :S:
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acting directly upon the blood tire roof and was utterly I beyond con- on all matters pertaining to the pro- Presidential Electors

It. I'ostoiTice Drugstore and mucous surfaces of the system. trol. The property valued at $5000 posed bond issue. Bailey. . . . . . 52iJennings ARHEINAUER

.. Testimonials sent! free. Price :;Zc.; per is a total loss without a dollar's in- Herbert .\. Pord. . . . . . 560 & CO.

Lunches steak coffee, milk pies bottle. Sold by all diuggists. surance. Mr. Seymour bad nearly :! *.- President Ocala Board of Trade.U. Koonce. . . . . . 543

sandwiches, etc.. at Dame's.S. Halls Family Pills are the best. 000 feet of lumber in and around the! Xewton . . . . . . 542 I

mill. He had been cutting, dressing D. C. MEETINGMrs. Stoneman. . . . . . 495 ,
II. Brown and C. Y. Miller of Leroy and storing as fast as he could for i
ASCENSION DAY Member National Democratic Committee
were in the i ivy today. several weeks and had been: hauling NOVELTIES IN' DRESS
I Len Dozier! will entertain the i: j i
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from his mill in the country. There I ., i
of the <'onfed..ra. Fri-
Daughters ,
When in smoke Tomorrow being Ascension Day there next Browne :. . . .. . !'. 343'Gibbons. : ;I .
doult. Milo Deyoc. were! nearly 100.000 feet of dressed j ; --
day afternoon 3.3u o'clock.A .
All ? will be divine service, with holy communion i I at ; . . . . . i r .
cigar. principal dealers. j; lumber and nearly as much rough. A 1071 --.
at 10 a. m. I'vening service I Pol. . . . . . . 115 i
with address at ;i p. m. Class for Ri-i great many crossties logs an,1,00",1 DENIAL I __ I
Eureka cast 25 votes, 34 of whichere veneering etc, and worst Delegates From State at Large to Na-
Ill. study this fvenirg at rectory at S
\\ for Cailos I. Sistrunk. o'clix k. Seymour's {latent" crosstie and \'eneer-I Mr. John R. Fli-y-1 desires the Starto tional Convention -

ing machine was a total I lo!'*. deny most emphatically l that he had 'i ple>aid. . . . . :3i:. EL TROPICO

Lot of stationery and stationers' supplies The department could lender nu I any knowledge whatever or anythingto T. li Bryan . . . . 2s7: CIGAR ;

just received. Ot-alo. News Co. I ai
-e: rI around the tire to save what they could I the rloUcii. ir-tlntiiia on Mr. . . . . ::;,j 3i" -0- FACTORY" -
ii' faMakers
C. H. Dame went to Oxford today to and prevent the fire from spreading" to Carlos L. Sistrunk." He Utl1..t approve Hillman . . . . . :277: of : : Gfl ND 4It

orgam/e: a lodge of the Woodmen of adjoining houses. An incoming train of such pohtu L'Engle. . . . . . 33" '" -

the World.. cut the fire hose i in two before the engineer I 7 > Q0 .
1'V.. ''
Tioxler. Agent for Huylerandy. e '
I Delegates From First District to National '
-- .! Fresh Shipments RecededAVekly. "ou IJ'it. = ,
Gerig's Wilt Hazel Soap best for The mill and i4 s Highest Grade 5c. Cigar -
property everythingaround i FIVE CENTS PER YARD, numbers . . . . . r.:;'. .r t _'
hard water. Try it. i'ostoffice Drug- I it t'nder the 'r
The Jacksonville board of trade will I was as dry as an1 I AT THE BOSTON STORE Fuller . . . . . ., : r tr-,. 1 _
store. "ind the heatso
celebrate the completion of their new i\ wi.s; very high.. making Jordan . . . . . ;>; ', and
furious that <>ui l not approach -- -- --- --
building. and its u'nha- big:* one < .McUae . . . .. . j ti-.
H. L. Smith, proprietor of the 'hun-I occuanc close O 'tt1 ihr ere.tbnut Captain Slewait: in Miiiiu... or 3 e GRAND ROYAL

nelloii UottlingVorks, was ii the city spread on May le. A great number of fi'ears ago Mr. Seymour's'mill behind: the counter of the Montezuma governor

t..I.,)'. the leading men of the Northeast' and was totally destroyed by fire. It Hotel, and h.s host of friends are gladto Uroward . . . .. : 11. t $k, HAVANA CIGARS y., rY .

Florida's delegation in Congress is invited miles'I welcome him back to hotel Brown. . . . . . 41. 91i'y In Five Sizes y T.Ry
---- was then located about three: ;, / a
to 1..? le"rnt. I in which he is wteran. et't'e'l Davis . . . . . . I'.3:
Stkky ly! I.ur.ealill iloor wax. Fresh north of tuu>' Since that time his II a

Block just received. Tydings & Co.. barn and l'ont..ntst'rt' destroyed, and :I Mays: . . . . . . l.L;: I

phone No. 30. SHEAF OATS WANTED in all three instances there was no in- MRS. PYLES' COUNTRY BUTTER I Secretary of State tyx 51 l CHA5. -

sin an" ". j Fresh Every Day "Sroome. . . . . . . 32'i'lawford Ocala, Florida.MILLINERY.
Will pay market price for 10.000 i iin I
I will sell you a nome cheap, and on One may wonder why sawmill men i iso i AT THE OCALA SEED STORE . . . . . 31s- r
pounds of oats the bundle | Phone 163
easy terms. F. W. Ditto. Merchants' .. often burned out have no Insurance. | Kirk. . . . . . . .. 75 -- -- -- -- -
Palmetto Park Farrbliss .. .....
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block Ocala Fla. but when they are told that the in- -
I )11'Y.. M. :\1.11or.dl.i : the sawmill Attorney General --...
surnnce premium on a mill located as
Co.l.son. the popular and tapaLie and crate man! ot Anthony who recently Ellis . . . . . . .340
Chas. II. Lloyd of the Huttgenbach Mr. N)'mour's was. is about 15 per .
stenographer/ an tyiewriter in the inured his mill from the old Bro- brains . . . . . 347;<
I'hllsl.hat.t'urnililll)' tame up (..nt., they will see that it is very epenshe \- i *[
to'vt"'l j cjt-i!ks' office, w hois! l.e.-n on the sick I kaw place, above Anthony, to a short
and leiuained ovei today.Iaten '. to carry it. State Superintendent of Schools

I Ikt for a week is again at her post *)t \; :\:Seymours; friends deeply sympaI I distance south of that paradise lolloway. . . . . . SSI
and! f.trmers in the city '-.'. .
..rr, for k..llng moths out or duty.The I thizewith him in the loss of his tine was Cheats. . . . . . . 33'' ..
i I todaj on l usinl''' He has been, busy ....;;. -
woolen else so k.soiiMlle parties were to :;-,:
your goods. Nothing pros .rty- "....
Place with crate work but started out un GeneralFoster.
good. Postoflice 1'iUKStore. I IIr. i have been llele this \\...t'l10 m.-pect the 476 '
To Find iI null produi this week. All of Spring Goods now 1
I i'ro"iiie mat'him*, on .v proposition| to Thomas . . . . . 165:; our are -
Hugh Russ ..f li.utrr: brought in buy the ..'.tlt. iirht for $.'". fIIlII> This ot"course .
Pretty Frame Mouldings, Dame, the cream man has fitted up Justice Supreme Court on Display. We have the finest r, -
the Hfidu. it-mi us this niornlng.. as will now l lii' deferie-l: until anew I 't'.t'krell . . . . . . 374
.. ..I"V ........: hip ,':,'am sailor; in a manner that will .
did Mi t lair machine nn 1 I. instructed. This .
.. ..... ;1. nt. .317 in the
.. line of
ct 1'.1'" Vn'iiii :.. 1o Millinery city.
Is at J. A. Pittman and Son's. n, the 'nee .IV '. ..j u. '''J.I L.C .
htft' I..I:< 111.... ." 1 Shackleford. . . . . . 4i4Whitfield ___ _-
-- those who ate seeking summer refresh ]I -
The excellent cigars made by Charlesp's..r. balance of the mill although he takes I . . . . . 475 .
George Carter of Crystal River who, ments. -----C1.U.and see us.I .
the Milo Dyo and Grand Royal his entire loss: in the philosophical way i State Convention
with three other memo ran for sheriffof
can be had at the Ocala.News Co. of all that he always faces adversities.Still I held its adjourned I For . . . . . . .. 67 x
Citrus! county got a majority The city council..
-- the votes ,'ast. Another Fire I, meeting LaM msht.All" InIMbprp'f"" ir j Against . .' . . 194Legislature

lieiijieVeuh: the Bradley I Before the fire depaitment had returned ese IJi.a.L l" (Sl''i-l ttflOt..(. I I

Phosphate ,Company Hern-indo. has i FOR SALE: -Cheap, for 'th.1 Floyd . . . . . . :231! Mrs. Lucie F. :all Eato :

been visiting his patents in the city. set of Encyclopaedia: P.ritanica. began to rim; -tin in an alarming I I i the i assist- of the,.'\;ond ordinance Mathews . . . . . S1::!

full sheep binding./ Apply to Mrs J. C. manner. The alarm came from the vi- ;( $1l.600-un its first reading which was Sistrunk. . . . . . ."':34Wartmann

WANTHIV-Hight or ten-inch good I Porter or to J. H. Benjamin at Star j cinitj of the Taylor brothers' resi- '\ done. Meeting adjourned at 19:3'). I . . . . . 4"4'+ old Stand.
second-hand belling. State quantityand office. deuce. Several hacks were secured and 25 Magnolia Street. Mrs. Hicks ,
I I' I County Judge
43.I i
ll''t. Address
.1el .1
price ia I II all of the hose that was about the !fire I II I W.\XTED-Young men or women as Robert Bullock. . . . . 674 ------ -
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The inspectors of the election in the!, elation, and a strictly volunteer 01 en- local representatives for McClure -

had fifty-one arllIlls \'- I i I Ocala ptecinct. finished Counting therows '( started to the tir.... It was found to I: Magazine. Liberal commissions: cash 'I Gallowi) .-. . . . . 3"! .
and this '! at J. Stt this fornmfi hut did not be In the Frank Mo"rhead residence.the prizes. Write J. N. Trainer. 141 H !51 Hordon . . . . .. . "." I

yesterdiy.registered twenty-one o eightloik. I get thrwush with the Lilly sheets until 'J''f of which: was ablaz. but the St.. New York, N. Y. Rodgers . . . . . mSmoak MCIVER & MACKAY :

morning,,- had up |. ''I 3.3; ). .1 large crowd was present I II vultntrels, soon put it out and rei i I: I . . . . . .. Isl
o watching the same, but at :2.30!: only till neJ in triumph. the regular department i Mrs. Schreibeis' Tuesday afternoonteas
'I Clerk of Courts
I about twt ntyfiv-e persons remained. I Laving in the meantime jot1th..nt. !,\' !: are a delightful treat to her many
If you wish a good drink of milk T. Sitrunk . . . . 627:!
I i I I friends. There are no more charming
try the Ocala Jersey CreameryPure I alarm of fire Tax Assessor Ocala Florida
FOR EXCHANGE pretty :5acrclot Last night at 7:30 an ; social gatherings in the dtthan those ,

milk. Delivery made every morning.D. most beautiful lake front on Lake was turned in. which proved to be in i i which assemble around her dainty 509Mathews.

:M. B ut'y. proprietor. Weir 4-acre bearing well-kept: orange I the fourth ward! in a small cottage. :: board. Mrs. S. is a lovely woman. and ) : !

grove; jo.1room house, in good repair : The bl.ute was small and was extinguished : her aunt Miss Tatham. who assists I Tax Collector

J. \\'. Crosby came up tod.iv from throughout: hotho'ret t : will ', before the department arrived. : her niece, is perfectly charming. (Carney . . . . . . *G 7.:, Phosphate Mining and Washing Machinery -;
hii nixal stores business at Partow I i
exchange" for a house and lot in Ocala. Superintendent Public Instruction

Jun. turn, to visit his family. Apply to R. R. Carroll. WHOOPING COUGH FOR SALD -Six-room cottage, barn I II Cam. . . . . . . "J;

--- -- I| etc. First ward near synagogue. Zetrouer . . . . . 1s"; Phaetons Surreys Carriages t"
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FOR SALIJ-One 40-horse! return table i -- i "In the spring of v0 1 my children I : Quick sale, $:;;;o. One-half cash !. Wagons, Buggies, ,
:25-horse! Farquar engine mce S per cent one year. bal-I Surveyor
: Imiler. one '
J. D. WILLIAMS 1 Mrs. D. W.
.ind one double! cut saw rig. .\..Idr. | whooping cough. says i j For rent or sale, small square : I . . . . . not)
rap; -. of C .'"" J. II. :Mize Coiunt. Ho. tf.Mi : mi's Cough Remedy with the mostsatisfactory I Treasurer HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

---- ;: CARPENTER AND BUILDER results. I think this is i Mr. J. D. Robertson the faithful Bittinger. . . . . . 1s".

: 1:' W. l1.u moulder
foundry ,
at a
Hi got
Ot'l.'IS his S -: M. f< In the |n'0'le[ the best remedy have ever! seen for
a.MM-d: 1 aturLIIIJ is a guest of his ,'11'0< initv toi xi uk: in his inif: whooping cough." This remedy keepsth blow on the ht'IIlla1't Saturday. A''j County Commissioner, First District

I,- .>ther.' J. \\". Gaskm. the section! boss If I ommeiid.itions .niii gooil ""t'k .. cough{ loose. lessens the :' shaft weighing seventeen pounds fell I Edwards . . . . . -'"". : Building Materials, Every Kind and Description
He i is also interestedin .
"f ituA. C. U I i mint then I It-.t! ."'.dlt. to make e>- ;: :..1! frequency, of the coughing spells on his head and made an ugly scalp !MeLeod . . . . . 1&l I >
looking! for turpentine
imiatos and carry them to a ":!..>,ep
the wall trunks at Smith's. They issue... J. I>. \\ llams. !I pneumonia. For sale by all druggists.; I I, glancing one. it might have killed him. I 343 FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
I I :Mr. n. is and at work but the
Xo. 13V S.'nd St.. Ocala. Kl.i. up Justice of the Peace
wui without pulling out from thewill. I

.open Great saving of space and trou- SOUTH GEORGIA EXCURSIONA ,i wound I is still very.painful. _____ I Waid. . . . . . . 326 I .

Hall P. O. Box 374 chance to visit the old red hills ofI Constable I
ble. Ocala Furniture Company. Opposite City I Phosphate Plants Installed Complete

I iJt-oigi.i and \\'.."t1<1llo1a. Atlaiitu 1 FIFTEEN CENT AND TWEN- BulUxk . . . . . . :263:: -

W. W. Geiger of Geiger. at Shiloh I\ H. R. HUNTER i! \ust Line tickets good for seven d.iys. 11". I
church was summoned this morning I ', a week's outing and a chance to visit TY CENT EMBROIDERIES FOR I Judge W. S. Bullock for judge "f -- -- -- --

, but was excused because \,'UI' friends at very low rates. Tit' BOSTON fifth distrkt. and a number of
as a juror I "'7 -_ i TEN: CENTS AT THE I the
I . :'GUN.'o.- ,.;-. be sold for all trains May is. \Ve !I.. k I
had opposition.
he Is niaster. -- officers: no
a post I i
I :(I -and- I, .iii'i for trains .u riving at JacksonvilleMI.S STORE. I the time. to sort out the vote for numbers THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO1

., of 17. good to return to I
The Ocala Jersey Creamery can supply LOCKSMITHRepairing \ -: May --- -- -- --- ---- I of the, exei: utive committee. 0

a few more customers, who appreciate ..:. i nuluding May :4. lsi 4. A splendid I I ; .
Mr. D. C. Cane. Ocala' capable assistant ;I .
good stall fed milk or cr >am.liest Specialty. .... , ,.f the year to visit South Georj j postmaster! owing to his im-I THE VOTE TO DATE j,j jI I f f '-..,.
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the handling of c: i .11,1 West Florida. Don't miss it. i ---- --- .'
of care given to paired hniith. is taking a vacation, and I I I : .:.. '
milk. U. M. Honey, Proprietor.Mr. .1 .>t think of it: Only J* to Valdosta! left Sun lay nieht for Alton. Ill, for Legislature ;: .. :. PLACE .
V. B. POTTSCONTRACTING $4 "i't to Thomasville and Monticello, !&-4::
I : ;
: rest and to re.'uperatOur best wishes
: lUpaeal Campbell, who pur- : in 1 $.". to Ohattuhoochee. Bainbridge. follow him. Mr. Hugh Haycraft. chief I Wartmann . . . . 6XMa ; &1 r- M .
L Levis plate .it AND BUILDING Albany and Tifton from Ocala. *24Floyd : j 3 s Old Stand
h.i,>fd the Dr Jno. i I clerk of the Ocala office! assumes Mr. j thews ijMPfi {

F 11\ m... was in the city this morn.uc Cranes duties and is now acting assistant i g
: :interviewing Captain Pooser about Carpentering and I, The Star was asked why it did not postmaster.Ice I Sheriff i' SQUARE ,

g":I rig; a nun to. set up a McCormick General Repairing! say more .bout the revival meetings at I 53n.t J JGalloway t MI '.
I the Methodist church. Answer: The i Furnished
.' 00\\ 'r. I IMcher cream at Troxler's. The season i, 4"3moak Newly

Ii i Satisfaction Guaranteed | political campaign and desire for ojfic F . . . 32":: i x i
i has now opened and th. best that pureingredients .- . . . I.ii i FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH GRADE
I I : II
and MacKay have just received \lh r s overshadowed it. but the Star is ready can make it, can be had atTrvxler's. Rodgers . . . . . . 12,1!
of the handsomest, ladies : and w tiling to present a report daily I
desks! ever seen in Florida.Mr sox 691 OCALA, FLA lip! the pastors will supply it. JACKSONVILLE VOTE Pure Rye t as '
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n I Miss Carrie Sigmon. one of Marion's ASSURED TO ALL.
old because it
I The handsomest Use ouCets china
was it;
of Sparr
1 Walter i capable and accomplishel teachers of The total vote as counted for the various I

'tit! .t:- :.>.lt,... .IS was also :Mr H \\'. JOB I closets:, dining room 'nairs and ta-I South Lake Weir. is in the city, the candidates: fur senator up to four I old. s? I It is RETAIL DEALERS

who feds conn,!lent ot blew, rocking (chairs i rception chairs, ,
of M.irteU onlyabout
1 I. r morningincluded
S I cuest of )(1'1'emi.. Roberts. She \'iE-1 o'clock this
coinnussinne-, et .. that his portion of 'he state has I IMPORTERS OF 3.
> i
-'I..tit'n| as county II total ote.ut.
h s PRINTINGNeat ited the Oral! school and was delightj j one-third of the \ whiskey -
ever seen just received by SIcIver &: i j r
far as it : : IN ALL
'' I td with what she saw an-i heard.A The returns for the count so You'S
F, '1' D-\ pocketbook. Owner can' ..'a.Kar. I progressed are as follows: Call. 2.:: Jen- ; time has bro
describing* same by political: sensation at Gainesville i nines. :22: : Stockton. 394: Taliaferro. -

.mtenu. and paying for this advertisement. : STABLE FOR RENT yesterday afternoon was the arrest of j ';*4. The Times-rnion say that Tal- I to ripeness. AT S. A. L. DEPOT

Dr. A. L Izlar I]I, Quick ''i Large stable five stalls and all coni i i H-Mlaw ay on a warrant sw om out by ; iaferro will! have 1'HK": plurality in Du.1 j is "written .
I veniencesfor rent at reasonable price.; Sheats. for Conro>ry. Both these gentlemen ; val ,ount)'. I| -

:Mr. Darbney. the accomplished I Situated on block formerly occupied by |! were candiiates for state suptorin-I II I old with all : GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. hF

Mlesman at the Marion Hardware Co.,1 Clean, Mrs. L. A. Finch. Apply to A. II. Marsh j tendent. Hollcway had his hearing to- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STATE.

Gainesville this afternoon I : RETURN TRAIN.age" -
returned! from I Commercial Bank. day. 'I characters

where he went to vote far his I Artistic I Edwards is elected in the first disi i i
Colored Bars at
friend. heats, and other good .!t'I1WJ' !j I trkt. and so far as can be learned .
Our MeLeod: and Mr. Ross: of the Mr. J. '. Burke came in this after- I| I

c-, ats.Terkeween. r"J Correct, Hamilton-Brown shoe Company of St. II noon from Jacksonville. The estimate 1, Hen. H. W. Long is ahead in the seconi | ness L. and up town places.

Louis, had a lively verbal set-to this I is that the Taliaferro forces spent The ace between Pyles and i jWfiisenant

Bug [''''''YO<. for I All Kinds afternoon in front of W. M. Martin's ,5.'W> in cash yesterday in that town, I in the third is close. Fort' !avor. : and Beers are bought hi

house cleaning! : clean. nos-corrosi\e stand the beatifices of monopolies will had no opposition in the fourth. Theresult
news on and his pluralt! in Pu\al county and our prices are vi e
and deith to tH bug!!' and insects. Now which drew a biZ crowd of be between :P."an d '5"" iote The in the fifth i.un<1tded.! There :are! several .

U the time t' use it; :5 ('( .'S. Ty- Price Right i ir.te-ested listeners. "Mack" held his 'impression is that Jennings is out of i wiled 'C'l U b" \ow I. ;

dings & Co..-phone-XL)-. 30.- I against the '!rummer.The the race. I IXcrnaIJy's FOR CONSTABLE- I IS j:I keys that: are rays Please .
Mr. S. C Civils! of Pparr will please !I STAR .; B-lloik:: h..? had another ionnrn. Mxyland Club.
I Iaccept THE Candies-we are agent:
the thanks of the editor of theStar i "'. >* h. h me Southern! t...iayit B. express the day aftet ,1..1; ',: his lif- :I.-.t5 e on the oSice: ;i itbtithetste.! J e aIm GnaeI & SOn Co. Gala Ha .j .

for an invitation to be present at I OCALA FLA. by luw vstors. l mabng. Postoffice Drugs'ore. i I t I beating WIlliam Hulson out uf sight; ,

the Meadows picnic May :9. I II "

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: Hustling.and II CENT AND TWENTY

/ supplying builders with very (Continued from fist page.) I :l J R h It 0.; wraSs3 ants Causes an Old Confederate I

best seasoned lumber for e pur from it to the last Indian famine reli.und ..( j ? ....5f22R3iiiij3cne "f.i r I to Commit CrimeF ON I STORE

pos While the demands of our cus- J 1'i II and in aid of the negro r-IS.lnt" t } D. J don. an old Confederate sol-I j

tomers are great we have disappoint k. f I f Martinique \\ ho suffried, by ti..- ( ; i-r is in trouble in Tampa. as the j

: -tuption of Mont Pelee. i ii '. /1'\! lI1g from the Tampa Times of I
no one and are glad to state that our I THE COLORED PEOPLE'SDEPARTMENT
i i Legacies Have Been Large I : I"t: y shows: I
efforts to meet the desire for a grade !! ;
: I I Some of the It-gaii rt'aeh Immnums. "" s:: Lof the most unusual cases ofit I OVER I THESEABOARD

of lumber of the best quality have been A merchant named :'t I.hanOJf. i fljjiJjJ r. .\vr recorded in this county came '
I Rev. J. Keeler, Editor
appreciated far beyond our expecta- r '! who died at Nijni-Novgorod last y-tr. '" I1ght this morning through the arI j I E A

I tions. .. \\\ l i: l-ft the 'zar I 1.iu.Hj1)< rubles ( "tor het.plkd ,,i Pain*, Itching, Scabby ..,.: --.!" P. D. Jodon, one of tht. most i I

Skit Diseases.i'iiH f'W4 Mrs. Delia Ware is very low.
figures in Tampa. The old Cal
,; t for any object nhich his IIni i j
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Hio.- I. 'mijrl "t'T..fula I and see hr.
t c. I. GRACE. j i I'''! >il majesty may be graciously pleas- i I "!',,!.,, -:- : !P .: I l'.oOJl'L-. ; ., i'un arrested is known throughout i

'.'1 to consiier for the good of holy I".. .- t'. i ::re i :: _. :: r 1.. ,i. if. ,- rr.a Tampa, hardly a man. woman or .:hijthat I r
i I I See th? progressive Barco Stall
YG T t Xo
I 1 .4 {':>.:;i ::: t, zvt. Is* k) ani ji a*. Itc!..' does RIR LINE RY.
R ussia" i. A Moscow banker nam..dI '.-!I p; -". B. K;*4 '.-r'A tv. 'Jr ilia. !*'w'Ja.1l i.ltiv ; aH1oI not recollect having seen 7. city market

j i N holas Xicholaevitch Ukhtanshy: !left I I: '."" -. Url E.'XLPS "" t!. S.r.. 3!aus rstL! !! : him. yet there is every evidence that he 'I

:.. '>f "y. I'.::.':-!. cr oSrtiSTe <.itpc'h as been encased for manmonths in Mrs. Missouri Bell is quite ill on
i I T.fwO.Ww rubles two or three years ago .[po'r Cu.i>rM fffi'.i or rut! un Jtji.:: :li;

j to his monarch absolutely free of any -T /.... n ,-.. ,-. -.v tun '.! tl* M.l1a.1 at J.JTS .)- systematic thievery from various stores I WEST FLORIDA SOUTH GEORGIA outh Magnolia street
Pfl1CE limitation or provision. And these Ui i&g () I.Cvuon-leS or Eo.ii.; ta>eCstanic in the city. ,

Blood! Balm, guaranteed "The Times t Mrs. Susie Crow ell reports a very
reporter acquainted -
amounts might be paralleled in many: 3t5T'e 'an''n.c. '
: l W '' d''Je3. ''' '-'-t: pleasant
other -1:.! 1.a..t m-.:. -a,..:..j hilj ..' S.ra tL. .iu: with the fact' that Mr. Jodon LEAVE OCALA trip to Dona
cases. Hardly a month passes .
For 60 in all ithout the 'zar ,l'lOfH.ft". !< ':'-s .;)LrlJ.tIo1u"s..I. l1.1:; 1 was under arrest and proceeded to the The meeting at Zion M. church
days departments I receiving by will -wkrt h. "-! ?- a..1 -.< .. '--'ItI..r-ly! 13.ngi: E

what most m would consider a large r:."tire !Jo.!) ivj a ii..".. :.-:1.: ::'r e' oi't.on. B B I II r place where he has: been rooming. j i has closed until Sunday night
g.ultUflO. ....e'e4rth" Lais' t a.a Jo Bloo6 J l>ul":" ;: 4 I

;( : The Czar. pockets more mining royulus I I r'v 1..11":.!th-Ii-!J.'uuulti-m.: -'j.a.. ( .Jtarrli Ic2e11J: evidence 41 tU!- Franklin that street appears There to be he found over- :: MoniEu 1 1 IIROUND l The Odd Fellows'. building on West

GUIU HUlUUJ ,. Nights MoU II
At tqB is
T' "
u &Uio'\1 2 & :.1 p* : <.Dr'l cor-* aiua 0: f! w helming. Broadway progressing nicely.
t than other earth. The
any man on . .
{ :o4. B K. B. -; 'o* Ia! t-r;? ana '.i> 11 !'.: -
'I *Ker.;/ gold. platinum and lead mines ,nt- :.:.".('.i.i'.es orrf ri.iii cam t; ....' "The room in which Mr. JoJon has ,, I .Fine ro had every other day at.

atanaLiia a.1: "'2:'<. s i.e; *.'s. \\'aI :-"' be<>n living is on the third floor of the II '
: .n t the t'ral mountains are government .. | Tompkins' stall Xo. 10. city market
I J i! J- -nn!Srtf E--zei. : u* glv: I
'iioperty.: Most of the proceeds go into I tan.. _-:i.uv bi j,_ >.: .iy.t. ytore'e1paZtL board of trade building. now rented to i iI I TRIP RATES FROM OCALA

We are always showing new sty1es.... i t thf- government treasury but royalties ._.' Cncernia. CLAred roomers. The door to his room was I Lake City .. ... ... .. ..S:5 River Junction .. . ... S 00 The 8 A.. 1 offers special rates to
ri:K>l tilji t..w..ojvrs of all Eir.iSNJ
to Ladies Belts and neckwear at THE OCALA BAZAAR '; nixing from 6 to 15 per cent, are paid !' '....'.'.!i: :0..-'.-'",'*. f.a'\: -.'T. Tumors, u, I locked but by climbing up on a chair Live uak. ... .. .. .. 3 50 Bainbridge .. .. .. .. 500 West Florida May 16 and 17. good for

i oxer to the '...<--. II k.:.atutr t;.u-vr i.="2 lad bcij; U.efr rt and looking over the transom. a most Madison . .... seven da.s..Cal .
Emperors private purse. ... I . . 4 00 Cuthbert. . . .... .. .. . 550
-'=t ["'.r.1y. I: 700 taw a JXTSM i..f unusual sight
I He receives similar royalties on the was evident. Monticello. . . . 4 50 . .
j I."r :'!': !;1-kC';. .n ".: I' !" _, Arlington .. ... ... ;S at the Mack House for comfortable

The biggest line of crockery, j numerous I government mines in SibeM.I I ... 1''.' 1 Hoi: ...a: : 1 .y:.. .1.1'. u..t.:>.-1'" t! r "Piled on the floor an-1 close by one Tallahassee. .. . ... .. 4 50 larrable.... . . .. 500Apalachicola lodging and board at reasonable -
71 :?;' < .!!. f. VT 1 ..:0" ::. _i[-'.<.-s l"... I of the walls was stack of books .
glass and china goods ever AT THE OCALA BAZAAR whiih are worked by the free labor a twenQ ..... .. .
II .. :..r ou..1 t V ..L: ." :..:. P..t! !!i'a' >. ) 5 t . .... .. 600 rates. West Broadway.
... l I or thirty d... and several rows
shown in Ocala of convicts. He also receives quit -L'Cao -- -. I Corresponding rates from all South Florida Point All tickets good return
; Ut U ('l.Ut.\.tt. k
2 i-tt. tithes and other payments f..ra"t j I I!..T a tare* hwUU1r *i, of anv' I 1..iiit. These books .it is claimed were ing by regular trains. Entertainment at :1chE'l Hall Monday -
\ tracts; of crown Jail.: !" tn Sil.-n i I| jj:I .1rI.g'.t.tIe.i.o: Ii .tta I':'a":.U.I lirite. alt> linliiu'r).etarr .Ji :ill stolen from \\'. E. Chenut and otherM.ltliiUfls. night for the benefit of the car
: ..t..n 11.' jI, '.. cnIHr .. tl..n.
See our large globe shape bowl and pitcher worth $ J.25 iri'l Central Asia as \\elI as ;a sh.II'-! i, fy If n..t rtir1our> r til rliru.Tin penter's union. Admission loc' chil

: our cut price 99c at the Ocala Bazaar of the large revenue accruing from the 1 *}. o fund..t "*.::<:f;..- teeaL'i If'('))CRsI/: n f "Two, grips were lying on the floor. SEVEN DAYS d ren. 10c..Flesh.
1 from them
.in protruded many tanned
exploitation of the immense areas: of i igovernment .
I j if: >tn.'r. i:'..H d P.alm: '!;.I...I-.> i U I II rattlesnake and alligator skins. Piled water bream and trout salt
forest lands in Siberia I iWhole '' -,',: I. : > ...>. r .. .:" i j. ::.-r"'
Look through Lace Embroidery I l ;. --t..I! I- '. .I-, "' -.1 i the bureau water trout sheephead and bass, and
OCALA BAZAAR : blocks of real estate in t. W:.. k'i..:.. SI 1 .-. "4 ". .! .- :' '. agent or
I i .. .., ,. *. .. write cured mullet and fresh at
and Ribbon { ftl.'V.1: I .a L i I '3.-U t. Ce. .. and curio und the sal oysters
Counters ; floor and
the on
at i I IVteisburg Moscow C Odessa Nijnii 1 ...' It.H li. .:h.1 f.lKiVilit ......, !> '-. A. O. McDONELL A. CI. P. Airt.. Jacksonville. KU
wit.n: E'" -t H.h. < vl.i-t.- '. I'"T'- I Jake Thomas.
I :>}i[ J e. f j f like II
oAntiMonopoly There stolen
nature. have been
A full line of Bean, Stew, Rice and Pudding, cooking Vessels! at: and* towns:= in EuruI't':1D: Russia.uid I. : i i Drugstore, O"ala.I I from the Stuart curio store the deifdaiious I Ocal.i, Florida.. The remodeled; home of n s Much-
Siberia tuned ,
ate by the Emjwror.ind ell :s Hearing cmpl..tion, when it wtli
Right prices at the Ocala Bazaar -
the tents are duly collected by a I Ustinir o\er many months. I be one of the handsomest residencesof

-_ I I The of the house stated I
lady this
small of ,
army agents under the supervision the colored citizens of Ocala.

White lined stone milk vessels andilairy L of 11:1un Kreiderichs. i inoininfi to a Times re;orter that she Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company

'ilethillg jt New OCALA BAZAAR Controls Railroad Revenues lr-J : *\ I h id ben forbidden by Mr. Jodon to I II Rev. W. O. Bartley leaves for Red-
pans "- = ':... -ntt-p his room ant he had put a lock I dick Saturday to hold Rev. P. r. Jack

--- He also possesses large financial: .:- r; "t <. ?-- .i:;;. :\a". _' 1 I..I' Sleet ial make. of whkh he carried j II I TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10, 1904 son's second quarterly conference He

Crate4 T..f.t! holdings in several Russian railways -=. Jl. .. \.. ... ..:-J i
JfTriiners .. will return on Sunday AD
!cUi:, Royal -- : : ,I ., the only Key. to his door. The old man af.ruotL
hii-h have not fallen under the .F-f. *:;....:;;-J
JUST OPENEDBluefCulpt1"rs.. Ewers an-1 l'.asins yet I __. .,.,,.'... .. .. leaned up his own room, and would I thE members are urged to bring up
I tontrol of the ministry of ways ofcommunication I .---.oi'.Eo.,.. ',..'.. -,..;-or' their dues
". OCALA BAZAAR I ::> ''''.J ,- -.- : ":.." i permit no one to enter. DEPARTURES FROM OCALA Sunday on p'tor's salaryMany
--- and in numerous industrial I iTLGl55 |fL;0N 'sr\TI"'i "She said that two or three day,\ago,
undertakings. such as iron- ... 'j r Rochelle Palatka Jacksonville and I of our patrons dislike the rule

Graniteware: TIn\\' ue. Glassware. and all kinds of Household and Kitchens' \\"I ks and textile factories promoted ) having occasion to enter tjie room in I TRAIN. NO. 78, 1:15 P. f : all points east. Also for Macon Atlanta of cash in advance for advertisements
the erformance" of her duties, she

,-.--. Furnishings AT THE OCALA HAX.VAR or encouraged by Jelieuitch De \Vittew 0"1 found one .if the grips open, and the Xash\'ie. Chicago via Dixie but we must stick to the rule. because

-./ 'I he was finance minister. The Flyer route. when we trust them and the time is
articles spread on the Iloor. She immediately
I investment of the Czar's immense !, For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby, Brooks- out and they can't pay, all the satisr.u -

i 1 I t .... V; became suspicious and no- TRAIN NO. 39 3:20 tion we get is, will ha\e to ,ut
P. M. you
\t'-.l1th is always a serious and diticult |I Pt.D.Are'1; : : -.{)' titit'd'Ir.. Stuurt. out of : ville. Tarpon Springs. Clearwater, "

f I piol.lein.! Much of it has been :applied j "'O TCOP1E ( town she secured another gentleman Bellealr, St. Petersburg Lakeland, that advertisement out.

: t.. the promotion of scbemes which are "! ; I Tampa and intermediate points. I
There's Room for SuccessIn Lc.v 1\\ ho came and positively Hentifie: '1 Green the lightning shaver. t'al
: i .il i ulated to develop the industrial ondKimineicial I TRAIN 47 I
'I 59i.L many of the things as stolen from the NO. 3:25: P. M. For Ju1t.tte. Gulf Junction. Homosas- and try his shave and hair cut and you
resources of l us. ia.'II I I II
curio store. This led to Judnn's aire''t."When sa and intermediate points. I will always come. Shave 10(". hair
is impo>ible to arrive at
any: arrested Mr. Jo.lon broke I For Juliette, High Springs Live Oak i cut. !5e.; honing razor !Sc.: concave

the Great Southwest :| e\ ..-t estimate of the we.ilth of his through Sleepers! and Dining; Cars iown and confessed. He said to \Ir.I .. TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M. Dupont Waycross and all pints east t t I j razor 75c. .\1 work first class. No
in.(ice-rial nttjetstid the official con- *"
I Stuart that misery and o'E'rtha.l I a 1 n.! .. led with the Russian !le .itinn" ; _9TwEt: : '
at | .
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i! Washington fiom-jjArtvJT. sn'tl'i f "tfl. .,. / ... I '. ;j Tt.Tit' >

p ou ever considered the great ativ.ini.igr( of this 1".1-... ,. ,1.4f'TtrJe"t' '*rhrih---- weie ultall.I"1. "but ; 1, St. Louis: and Mobile\ I te-l he iliii tlit-not climes know mentioned why he had even commit theeugl h I and intermediate points. Some people's room In tli r "rJ

he Southwest-plenty of elbow roomwlui' tLJ'. I I
"IJ..uH! 1 think that. on > onielate Trains No. 39 and 78 (arr'Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.P. is more preferable than their ;,
ten be had the ::; h.'I l'IJIP;
acres may at piii' II III It. : st.u! ving.LADIES
St. Louis
,our home Se'CI"\\'lt:>. woith j't't.i;ing. ""1"- estimate: heifltjt lie \.oth.: I I 1 ;, and New Orleans I II I ___ & O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on They are injurious to every good

."y when the great pro.luc-ti\"e worTh o? the 1-ut.l i>< ---- i Sundajs Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:15
(:Inn all sou es. tar moie thai $;"in.IIIMI.IIIMI ; .- iI : p. m. cause. "Stone throwers hand hiders -
nto account. It's a wonderfully fertile "....t..n. Thenis j no i I AND CHILDREN ant
better agricultural section in this tuuntry. and I farms aie : tl )....11. Thi< is actual revenue. :j I A!<.S: for F'h! :- ri.i .'.:. .'.: 0. K. !t. who For full complete and reliable information regarding rates, through car ," and the sooner God calls them
| cannot stand the shocking strain
cheap out thE're-ln Arkansas, Oklahoma an.1 Texas .sim < and dues nut take into the hu ;t'tn'asur..s ': 3.1r. P. S HIV I '. M. <;; n. R. P... Mor.t- I arrangements, sleeper reservations etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line the better the world will be without
ply because there are more farms than thenare farnu-is. : of laatisyrups and cathartic pills
Can afford to overlook in SIt4.-i... bullion and diamonds ?-1'UIt'IY.i \1.1. I agent or address them Let those who are striving to
you an opportunity of thi!" J..ill.I'Our ? ate especially fon.I of Little Early Ills I
illustrated booklets will give you the paiticulars in de which are stored in the vaults -- -- --- T. C. WHITE Division Passenger Agent, do right keep the middle \'erS in the
tail. If not interested yourself write for them ers. .1 persons who fin.l it ntce!"saiy: I
anyway in of the Peterhof )palace, in thE'itudel at H. EMERSON. Traffic ManagerV.. J. CRAIG. General Pass. i Bible in their minds: "It is bettei to
behalf of your less favored relatives : n.I l neighbnis. to take liver medicine should try these :t AgentWilmington. .

(Mention this Paper.) Kionstadt and elsewhere. easy pill!". and compare the : i' Jorlli Carolina trust in the Lord than to put i-onft-

"Although he is undoubtedly the j agreeat; dence in man."
I bly pleasant and strengthening I .- -- .- -- ___ ___ I .
J richest man in the world-far richer E'1..t
with the nauseating an-1 weakening i I
than the richest of mil II
your i ii
:i conditions follownc the use of otheiiiiDfilies. I NOT A SICK DAY SINCE
>.___. ONE FARE S. L. PARROTT. h"n.lirl's-his majesty: is a man of the Florida East Coast Ry.
I Little Early Risers cut l ldl-
-oe7. Plus $2 1Ii"tn. t l'a".ng..1'gt, Mllipli I *' t.stes: and his pUlely | eisn I
I ; ( j iiousness constipation sick heaJa.'he. "I was taken severely sick with kidney -
I i t j For the round Atlanta. ta.! 'il/ expenses". would be esily unvieil! j.uti.lhe. malaria and liver trouble.-:: LOCALTIMECARDNo.55. In Effect Apr. 12,1904 trouble I tried all sorts of medi-
.vith $ > a day. Ex: ,'ei>t uhen it i ia..sary i-- IOUTH80U0READ .
S trip. First and JOHN SEBASTIAN j Sol i by "'m. .\ndtrson.i i mes, none of \hich relieved me ne
to assume the outward: <" h. \
$ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP I. day I saw an ad. of your Electric Un-
1 third Tuesdays l.1Ssflg.I] Ti .iff'Mgr.! I .. .if his exalted rank he .In'.-.-.-" in ,; lit;;! The Great Eastern ..-- = '
I | WORLD'S FAIR RATES I : ters and determined to try that.AfTsr
of each month that von could buy here for $:!l''". II!.. .' No.99 No.29 S.ATIONS. ta.98 O.7l .
Chicago, III and Western Line i Iaii7jbali7. l.l,. 1&1"C ,,. 1 taking a ft'1 doses I felt rt-he\.d iiiJ
__ ___ dines} veiy simply except at !stat 'ininvts. j -
u I ViaL.&N.R.R. 9i.Lv J&suav'e Ar........... I; : soon thereafter was entirely)' cured 'nd
and President McKinley useil to I j ,a. ) J.ilonv.eL'. .... ........... I' I
---- -- --- &enikefar ,: i I First class excursion rates from I I 1 I 11 1.6 a ....... ...... ..SC.A ugu.Une. ............ 7.0 II 131 have not seen a skk day since. Neighbors -
more exjiensive cigars than I: Across the Entire States ofTEXA I 1 ri a iii of mine have been cured of rineu-
he .!tot's. Jatksonville to :t. Louis and return 0& 1.2..Ha.tIce..6. MaI" I
I I.r. matism. Neuralgia, Liver and Kitnf
I I I beginning .\pri 25. Tickets soil dai). .. .... .. .. e 415i >
A Remarkable and lOUISIAM 1 $l t-Ietur limit December 15. I la ...LT.lalaliaAr................/ 7 5 e 1 .. troubles and General Debiht: This
Bargain what B. F. Bass of X .
$:{ .i.u-Ileturn limit 6ft days. II; p ... .AranYat..Lv ................. 1II 1-- is f'remtnt

\\"...' lungs "h.'u1h.1 .. c.iivfi.;! I'.\Ih": JJT.ort-R"tuin limit 15 da>s.Special .-.. 8 ..L.811IMa Ar.............. .. writes. Only SO(.. at the Anll- I""I"-

..1.1 1 oilds me ii.ingerou thea.: < inMnuile L LI -- :Vi'liin- :I.I.I i" \-\r '. ','. i--II"- coach excursions $2<>.95 In -UUp .Lv.. Neowa .Lv..... ......... -lMa 4031; 01)! Drugstore.

) J1 J' U 31 p .Bunnefli.. ........... ... ... 3 U ,
A year's Suscription to PEARSONS .. . .. . ,,I.oo .. O.for t'ough Cute tuies uuelis and l lC Direct Line to \ ounJ trip; return limit ten days frm 11, 1 Up ........lupunt......... .-...... I I 3ts U. 3 tOp
.100s and gives" p .......... ... .. .. a 3 131 IP the Circuit Court. Mat ion County,
Your choice of of $1.25 stiength to the! lun's.Mis. p
any one ia following bouK ; !: ; date of sale. Tickets lel ] 11 .Orauc.nd I(
> ordinaliafued at Ho ) .. H! sold only on May I 11 p .... ............. ...... t a I ,4
<;. E. ..lIn..r. of .Mati.m. Ind.ui 1. i S 10 P .. () I U : Florida-In
Cvnus TewMKtNo | and 31. low rates' II .
"".D" Fn*nr R. 5TccTI CorrE'spnding .. ... 1 ]
FOR LOVE OF COUNTRY THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN !. "I suffeied a cough until I I uJS.Vfl from other points. IOp .....Oe. ; .2&2a 1 III= 1 Building and Investment i m.
"Aa iaLeac1y patnutic t-r! s..y* the Cmllmk. in weight f' IIS to Oi=! Ibs. I NtW MtXlCO l3 p ... .. a 113 p I pany versus W. Teague :
I5OK=! pi.
the of b.,; w!si.Ccodce .. I The 1 and X. is the best line to SLouis. r. 101 I 5 5p ..... ..... .raae..4:31. 3t I, S
"U.s I:!t wr.. -r..:". .-i.i".t..I" I tried a number of remedies to no avail 1 ARlZOlN-% 3 tIp ... ;! 22.. 1 1 30 : I is ordered that the deten'l.mts
: W. CABLE ; t OS .E&II ( Cli
p a
JOHN MARCH. SOUTHERNER rRAtI crs HOOSSOM: TURNETTTHAT : until I used One Minute Cough i"ure. I and For schedules ]sleeping car re!'ervations 1135 lIp ....... :. U.> 1 1 U & named. Hope 1 Still. S H Still,

A ccleot.itj story of t.c Soua : .\SS C' LOWZS Four bottles of this wonderful remedyI1 1 0 i t e. p .. .... 1 O.i E. P. Allen Bertha f Allen John I O.
| or further information write toi 5 43 &t. . :
I Ioa I. Lul.t .......... 1 'a : I
EbWAIID teeUSTDII A CL.VU\.I Itm.cul I.ALQ1, uied me entirely of the cough strentthene. CALIFORNIA ;i J. I II ....11, ._.... ............ 1 P 1015. Liner and Felix Leitner be ,&n't! they
Fleming, Fla. Pass. 206 W.
[ Agt. 12 !.. ....__ ..
THE CIRCUIT RIDER I i 11. I p .....Tibh. .. .. ... 15 >451
my lungs and restored me Imy ... I : are hereby required to appear tn the
CL A Iii hLR.1! I ; Bay St., Fla.: C. Stone. lip .... .Ed.n. .... ...... .1 14.
aoJ .
Frtlh >mj pottri tar, saj s the Chrutia* j normal weight he.ilth and Jacksm'it. 1 147 SlIp ... ...Jn.n .................... lip I t bill of complaint in this "II or
L' /. A PASTE3OAKO CKCV/N streng- i| G. P. A., Louisville. I U a e 33 p. .....&uart......... .. ....... fl CS P I S. 'al'l.
1 \l RITE F'iK NKtt 't k"r TKFKKE: S .. .. ........ .
C. W. A ..,oruLi and l"-i'w.1t m.vei cf tr.e: New Voii: i th. Sold by \Vm. Anderson. ta I 'P ..Rob .... .. 103&p 11.. before Monday, the 4th day of July A
HtSNuva: .
I 71: p .... ..._.... .w.eJupte........ ._....... 10 :&p
THE nOGUC'S MARCH .c j E.P.TURNER i X tTICfi OF FOR] .2 I ? 44 .. .. ........ S.lp 815a D. 1S04.
A note..oiny adJ.ucatJ romaniic liierature." AIPLIC'ATIOX 6. .Boyntot.......... ... ....... ,0p 7W.
... ...., HURISON ROBCRTSCN WHERE HE CAUGHT HIM I I a .. _.... : I is further ordered that a <-opv of
h' 4) J" Tax Deed Under Section S of Chapter C p..W.. .... .. .. .... .1&3 P 7 4)1' .
THE INLANDERA General Passenger Agent I a S O' L&uderdale.................. e C1 p 8 tii8Ii this order be published in the Ocala
BLaNCHE WILLIS HARO .. I 4ScS. Laws Florida. 1 Halanda e ..................... 713p 641 a
THE no\el uf texirkibls p "er o I 451 V .. 710 Star for eight consecutive weeks
CARDAN CF EDEN The bank l'rt''I.I'nta!' l.k.n! ::: Ciy. .............. plO.I
:>r-j> I'irk /.J Dallas Texas. I .. .. .. .. ..... .... ... .. 7 C
"A Licmtu.powertul tRlCHtO "\, ."". I .in applicant for a positn-n" in 11.o! : N..ti.eis hereby g'En that J B Bor- 0 .ip1 .. ...r IAIt..L\. I o.II I This the 29th day of April A. D 1904.

HlRDINQ D VISCALLCG1ICX AKTH'JM R. RcccsON s.ys: the Kansas City Time iti'l! purchaser of lax certifii ate No. ;:;; f I S. T. Sistrunk
ated the 1st of SANFOR
-- day July. A. D. I Clerk Circuit court
STORIES: i l ur employes must l I..- d,1, ;e. ', .
Aa cic.UEg Ujssu.a; sjr/ I Roll I So. 12 8_ No. t I 1 No. 2 Ne74
"G.lUcsher" t':. the II : ''1 has tl..d said certificate in my ot- 6T1TIO. 110. SIAT105*. I f By II. C. Sistrunk D f\
-, I u : IT..rv lu-t ruUe! author | honest. he said.! THE Daiy: .Daily baIly! | I fkiij 11.li1

p .nO" MOLLY ELLIOT StiAtiL j I '1 am 110'1.--: : ..: ::..1 ti! .. ',' : .tl.1 has made application for :,1: ; P 1 Anderson and Wm. linker
f 'L TltulTlK.I 51\1\ 3l: S. 1 Hpl T Ill
.. O .. ....r 1 lO L smyr.l.Ar
ROICRT LOUIS STEVENSON tn issue in oc'ordan'eIIh law. ....... Green. 3 8l I Solicitors for Crm
"I) a 131,
I "> .m \ .... 2.a,1 H..n Ari "
ST. 1VES .R..c :..eJ ,.,:h :.:" tu gre..c" .._ ..:... > |I'.I > un: -ts i-" : : .- rtinVate embraces the follow I &5 a LT.........ZnrprlM .........Ar 1 oa,: S 5p, II SJ L.(" Cty Ar, 1 1.CPI III, lamas
II:*L>t anj oue ct t i finr>t novtlj: ).:: g. -:1.1\: ''''. !iut"Ye i .3a'.b..Snurd..L.'I 108"1 t :3 i' 11 Ar. (!1ll LvleePI'tSp! --

11'1' .: :- .nbed property situated in Ma- .- :

l>THC'Ast::: NILSOft': STOCUZS i PAC THE OUJE KSAr.T:::: : THa CK.'T TOTS. j ""'."'ul.s-ir.! >"ii pa\ "\'n j !j.i.k":: .. '.' .,'. .unty. Florida to-wit: N12 of lot No 21 No. II ho. 19 \ D il" YPORT I No. I I I "0. 20, No.Z I Cau On D

"Th. e!J \:r...:i. I'jivor c* ':U c,t be osej' t J "Not ca.y: i>x>J, u,;t exce jer: yt .'.."- "Ye". Olr! -.2.iii\ision! of G. I. F. Clark grant. 'IndYISUI, YI! Dafly. ut.P BRANCH Ilatly jSUd&Y D aI Dr itto
I.' cr ette;" L. ..... ; .'.,.:. :: i
.:. Ii'; I 1.=!. r =i2.! The said land being as3 ,.
1OTETb acceptance; cf tli.: c..r I->t ircurcs I's pl'r::! ; I "I'm >'. >.1: I thpre".':"!.: OPRATSDuuhle Cl t1 10 mu a S Ch 8 I'....... Jaclule: Ar....... 7 '5a 1 s I" -
lvw>!., rneutkeJ. but it ..- ,..*,. 3 at the date of the issuance of> I CS l 101. 8 .....5.Jok..n"le....... p
ao e.teq: wu to the piv..e: d I L\::- for c"e j. I we han"1'1.! e fo \-iu.: II .. 77 11h 12
: .
S 43 tI BUa. .
4 t discount firis. As th's! i ;ces! rri; tl': ; v t'c--:'.v hv'jn: proUotlc! ; t I When the .1 Pi"; ';' ..111 had i iet: .1.tthe Daily Trains -..' ii i ertificate in the name of E. Key t5p lOOa Itp I C a'' ........ Ata'Uelfch I. o.ah '.......' .. 7
Ameikaa IublUIicr: : t..e mae"; t{ te: pupob.-.ja i, r ._. y c;p-rei-t. 101' i.'.' n.inan. Unless said certitteate! $ C: p 110 a : I a; ...... )apn tv....... .. e. a 11. ttlJ
I-reS" 1 J.Lt\eltU'"d to"Why '... tarry I n Pullmin vlci'inr 1 afeC.n al 1! F. W. Ditto Room Merchan '

/ A FEW WORDS ABOUT PEARSON'S MAGAZINE FOR 10rERSONs -; didn't! > ":1! :'II'I!,>\ : .. ,, tirs i la rirtiar.i'etsrrt .I hair !.- it-Iremed according to law. tax dee Ief PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS. AT MIAJI. i i Block, Ocala,12 Fla.

!.'G\ZI"\F. sppea's to every roembercf tv.e fiT.'v.:: lather--:. j app:irently hu!,t'><--.oish :.i .*,.UE thereon on the ISth day o : _. i

a suV>criber, It :i t e a:>v-;*>-re..J" I: ii ,.'::.C'";:.t i '"rn ..r- \\.t-... .. VelI." Electric Lighted Throughout M .y, A. D. 1904.U'.mess CLOSE COkkECTION MADE A MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A 0. S S. CCMPAKY FCI !, For lots to bui'-i fn from J10 to JSOO;

tin:; ;, ailby th't: cail.a.h.vgh: : : le itr.ia nveje...rsc l.ha.. t. ..... .:-r.ic-: I replied the j I" ; : 3": A ;E:.... : signature! and | houses to live in from J75 to J1000.
the very best i.i'eri.;! Its LclJ: : i is a general 0:.: ci v';olcson: ;': e-ttrui-iixi.: ;. a : piuhahly! wouldn't! St-.ii. '.' :'" moffical HAVANA AND KEY WEST. i

iastructiveiess. i lies. X. m.m0"1' pay ; ..:".. ,' : Birmingham. Memphis and Kansas City ""-.: this the 16th day of April. A. D. _-_ _ _____ ______ ___ i Some of these go for cash and some

}'oliowi in2 era four cf tv.e specid; features far i p.;: I .- ...'.:> -ca.-a= N S'N' 4r "4. S. T. Si trurk. The.. Tim Tabi.sow the tns a: which trslit! may 1* ez-.rt..i to a-rlve and d-parl !|!! on easy terms. I warrant all titles.

1 Texas CW and IndianTerritories from tbn.Tfal''attor.f.! but th.!rarrtTal l. "' '. .
onia 'Ink: Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla.N"TICE parurat t".e -I < : WALL STREET HrT !CDS TOM: .\ST. CARTCOMST DISASTROUS WRECKS nor doal tae Coxpany hold icel! for Lay e.AY or any cocsoquecrr tler.' CALL AT ONCE
A r.c E
I (rom. .
\ OF FiNANCE :yyALTtE-RT !!:C.OFI P.\SC .1,
Far West and!! Norttswest
I ,, -j! .' te( -' '' .f. : OF APPLICATION FOR]
1JylIE/'i'P.'JCEO"RCE.J,.. U=-.> "= .;;=.--.*.. .r-1 J.: .- ..' t'ar.l..s"y'!" .s .s !t" : : : :;' -- Tor Copy oUhe LOCAL TIME CAED or Other IIon&tCt i

I"'. : ",.. 'r r..'. : .- < / '. 1.1 railnu \\.k ..I: :! t'le: >.... .. -- TH50IW !LEG' CJ3 m'r'CE FSCM THE T..x Deed ender Section S of Chat L.ALEXAXTDERPractical
Anomliercf. l-reaaroonttcfsomsrf ';*"".::1 l."tl: t .' j--.' d N't \. a \ f5r..rt i SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
a mukmar .. .. ... SaUTHEiST! T3: EUmS! *HDUKiiS t-r 4S. Laws of Florida.N .
ea'I" .. hunull'k.
lvihlOh '
: t l.a \ : t.Je r .ny VJr" vi IC' t.:!;< 1:1 !: ', v.- V .: : .il :.. : : : I

,live-... b Ru.1*n vicit the"..f a:1ic J t>!sot.-t......1 the r'.;crjvw ae ue t t'-e n'L::. ,, tl"l1Till"! '..: .'iil i L,":: tn-.;!ti'-,: ., .' CUT.ONEWAY >jtKf I! hereby giv 'n that Err.t-st; lz. D. BAHJTER Asst. Gin P5.51. A ent., ST. AUGUSTINE, l
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IS:<< aJvlU r te i w : t.O'' .... P. Tt-e O'ert't""w c t"" T-e.i F"4d !: si- .. r Brouklm. of ..... .
!r1I.r!-o- Th.. CIsAIVr" I''Ti'- (. p'y.. : : the t i.t: .f I":r. K.':.j:: > :N' > purchaser tax ::li. --------- -- -
t1ut ti t b.i tlCoWa .. 03 ROUND TRIP
NrlY "
)1I.r .
-1 &a yu..t pw..1.ct. of SA'eIY1'hf"" : consuuioa p I L'I"'t'I' y '.'- '_'..:-ufti..n. "".i,..T.- N.. 12u6. dated the 6th day of August. BUILDER
liod-Tn" rtC..v PresidrntlatCTra >irnr loa tickets from AtUnti. C* ted
e The CaribalcJ, Csmj-ai-rn fr- i I dnd COniS. e-\ e-i. :r.! .. A. : The Ore'it 1! '"".'n -:>.-.. <' ..c-t b9 *1> firt anti third on contac
MODERN INDiAN WARS FigKt In London Tha LJdjr.o 1 tc: !! curttu i hi'iT-.i'; : ,>< !. -:gn.; .!...:. .> :. Ttts jij s (t each mvclh.F.E.CLARK my office, and has made -;.[':.- 2DoYouT&eQuinii WOI k Gives more and better work fo

donul C.1nPcfnDy ... i longer I....., ..i-* .ry: M'L....- ': ..-- .. ', .itii-n for tax deed to issue in a, .nr 1r I 1- the money than any other man I
: -v- :
= : :
a-e" I' \ n "t. :, : .s a.-.t'
tic vs: i: x v: c : <' .a C_..:. PtMvhrsier..M.s.: .': tijwhose : : -..: : ::_;:z r :..-. :.5 :r.l:_ _;':;: .:;::'.. -. with law. Said certiiv .iirm- town

/' Cl''RVS TOWNS=}V1) 'RAY I. j iV: was- ....\,,,,: by : .. K;; .o- :.. .e -s the following dscribtu ] : -,.; ..' .
bnEivit ufooticr tViE.n: ? Ii'tteryrorty ( loe t-.q; :e I I New Pisco\'t>n'' Thi;: g'ei' AT.Ai4.. GA. 'Y =: :itri in Marion county Fr. : : Dcr.'t Do It. It's Dangerous.V .
uf the! (4-C : ve.L (.v : ,.... SPYt I. A. Bros.
t "IIUoeni.c"wehClC"1"\.JIU 1.wTO u.t tj. "11icl"n i P<..<, .::. .'. fitl : for all Th','..: :. :. ,' S. L. PArtROTT .-'.\t NwV of net sec 19. tt' r ." f 11 fi \ vi:.. .- v. il cur rn.EJio, but leaves Colycif

: C... .. RVTH. C.-i'EK. C ETos. "' nlhf '.. ,Tr I I. .... \ I diseases ''. .. effeLs,
J ;' a : by th Anti-ll"p'j; ; I Itoie. :- DISTRICT; Tr.- s.j land being assessed : ",. a..1ui .Li..j a..t r
)I tsrtP.- H wntn. WHIATOX D HS S lLl\. This! new,e.f i--v' .. -:. r,- ..'< '-.- :-- t' PASSENGER AGENT.
u.-.,,&- oJi.kt '.- ukm< hJ"'Q fich; :* ont cf for m re-; o-r I t.:t car.'- f .- .t-j. u- Pn. -. ;;;"'v.; S 1. T: ".: .. l- ATLANTA GA. : ..t.ef the Issuance of such c.'-' fi-t'e Merchant Tailors.Have .
the catrsrorr o( b-HV K.wy b..oksAr.d.-i'Jjfyin( reader* w-o. rc-rttf; :'.d' d lCt'-- : V
them with I9ii pmprt pc! m the h tl ttj tit-s free.RURIK. the name of Tropical Land Co V.I J
story our sete. 1 J-e""Ib .r sui s: p i.ia ':"kibslutwo. 'r ir HERBINEI in stock one of the finest aSSOet.
A tenet ci Wot e;.U uniclei.
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je""rc I said
4 I --- :1-5" shall be r-jm-
meats of suitings for holiday suit
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can add Subscribers 49: cents to for this each combirutioa book required.who want more than! one boci: fros ;!;.c\'e list i NOT DESTROYED FRESH FI i II II ed according t law, tax deed will issue :y is purely vegetable and absolutely! guaranteed : ever presented t the Ocala pubUcStyle

i I i --- I thereon on the 4th (Jay of June. A. to Cr IQtiiAl: ;iii. wlCaC ieadie f LtiiiOuiolOEaSJB&CI I and fit guaranteed. Cleaning

SJQkF orden Pearson !.! Parts. May 11.-Messages receivedf I Ike Tomi-k'.ns. the husthng!! fish OrI !!I- || D. 1904.- sli sivMT i.ptidnty crud iivcr cmplt? (JJ dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall

-- Publishing Co. :om ?t. Petersburg this morning: deny I ter and fresh meat man uf the city i ii Witness my official sgiuaturan: TRY I TO-DAY. d i and winter suitings t your liking.

2-to-20 Astor Place the re;ort l'',1.; .;)' th it tI 'm'irkE't. has in stock every day fine j s..a this the 2nd day of May A.- D 1Q I. S Cents e Bottle. AU Druggists.i. Best suits for tie money in town. Inspection .

flu..s. .-, C' :: : : ,<- I ..: -: P. ."k '. ,.! :--*;. :."!- :'' :" lth "alt: wa-er: and the : S. T. Sistrunk
,solicited. 3. North Main

New York i been ilt >'. .:. : I .:'ol'oC' .:. ;. l'.1: ::)'. S him. i Cierk Ci: :i Court, Marion Co.. Fh ore and a other Leading Drugstore.For Sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugtt St. two ,doors north of Ocala Ilou e,

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A TEST OF FLOUR THE COLORED PEOPLE'S I son, superintendent of the Boylen

CONSTIPATION -- i Home, Jacksonville, Fla., was present

It In Quite a. Important Kvfnt In DEPARTMENTRev. I,': and gave much inspiration to the occa-
the Ills MilU.
i sion. Miss Buckbfe and her able
1' I | corps
yatwu dunce 11ie yjtb cbrollic eon- TLe letters XXXX which decorate
et iUJ"d''o' .and.f w rm thu lima 1 'halt to \.to.." an. Trials of Motherhood J. E. A. Keeler : of assistants. Miss Welch and Miss
tier once hoer Editor
2t Uf ,
every <
1 "... hIVe .r our C'jur bas:; are u Miurw of wyateryto iI i
.1.1. a rtioo "n my bowtim. Happily I i i Owens are to be
complimented for the
tried Cuvkn-u. and today I am well n.wi. the average Lovteew ife. but get there I
bnt n'a tbe Illne run before I u"<' .1..d. -.o".id muerr With lntrn pllei Tt very naturally. In the largest: four S95 Broad Stfet'LPliIUDIi1.P1I1A.. PA,June 12,19C3.; SUNDAY SERVICESMt. i good work accomplished.
v>;"'" I am free from all teat this mornlr.r0a
tan .....tots 1.,.. n ills several teats are /1\e-u all flour
lu < &.1"f oalf..r.11 bnmaouv troubles making life a burden to I I *
I Buffered for nine years with ovarian j F. Mention, the hustling has
B. f. Fisher itoanoae. JO.Pleutnt bent out !but tie bual test la the baking myself: as well a* to my famil>'. During that Ume I had two miscarriagesand Moriah Baptist ChurchDr. I grocer
trial la kitchen ullarlt-d to the al-.bouga we locked for a child to bless our home this :eeoed icipOK.- enlarged his business and is ready to
u ble. I bad constant racking btannf-down pains in the pelvic organs and a
Best For flour wills which is rl'-ll'nJl'nt with pulling through mv' limbs with frequent! headaches. I felt Sick at my ( D. H. Brown, Pastor.) I supply the public in choice groceries,

The bowelsCANO'f liin-ng pan, electric oveu and white t hto iich and vomited. frequently and no medicine helped me until tried 9:3U: a. m.-B. Y. P. U. vegetables, cool drinks, confectionery,
Wine of Card cooling: boards there are loaves of Then m; general bealth improved, the pains gradually lef *ned and 11 .m.t'n'kt. etc. Free delivery wagon. Your orders -
after 18 weeks I was well. I am now the happy mother at a boy eighteen I
bread made daily from the diuerentsimples months old and my husband joins me in sending heartfelt thanks to yon 3 p. m.-Sunday school. solicited. Iron building South

of four which have ju't lol't'ngroun.l. for four splendid mrdicine. /. // 3" I Main street
CATHARTIC Preaching.
Without. I 'aould have been a p.
Cooks: are kept year 4a
childleee. insttad of a happy a
round for this I'url'o.t'* for as many and well mother. The editor of this dt'partmentill
1 CB, Lam, ST. A-tCBEW'i A..oct41OIf.WINEoJCARDUI Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church
as. sixty lUll n are made daily by one make special calls Monday. Tuesdayand

Palatable.Potent.Taste Good Do Hood mill alone. <'R'iR. S. Quarterman Pastor) Wednesday for the settlement of
Feverbtckenw'eakr n or Unpe luc Sit ife. Xuer.old Exactly at 3 oVlmk in the afternoon,
in bulk: The enniue tablet stamped CCC. 9' 30 a. m.-Sunday schooL Star account We give this notice intime
tiuriLle, 11 .1 Preaching. so that those indebted will be
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 603 file into the kitchen and cut Mid in

ANNUALSALETEN MILLION BOXESIn 6t.t the different loa\e No man Wine "f ardui u the most sacce&fsl menstrual regulator. ByfPlulatiuI ;i i" p. Preaching. ready, as we must urge a full adjustment -

knows which dour has come from his menstruation, Wine of Carjui banishes uflJnmati 7. Jt' p. m.-Services. of these acco nts.

is A from the entire female! : and the streiietlieneJ ligaments
mill. the test an Impartial oar
the Circuit Court. Marion: County feo This is i what Vine d Dr. who
brine the orgras back to their pro Covenant Todd delivered the annual
the Baptist Church.
rote is taken on the best.luaf and ittbanthed
Florida-In Chancery.Tampa CarJui did for Jlrs. XirJlmcer. the racking pains and address at the Home School yesterday
flour: from which that was made is burning inflammation and brought her relief. She was restored to (Rev. R N. '.:'ountee, Pastor.)
Building and Investment Company marked with the mysteriou'; X's. So health :an-l l strength and gibes Wine of CarJui the credit of making evening is pastor of Ebenezer M. E.

versus S. W. Teague. et al. great has this business, of toting flour her all to become a happy mother. This medicine equips a woman 11. a. m.-Preaching. church Jacksonville. He is one of the

It is ordered that the defendants become that one great mill has tenting for every duty of, wifehoOd and niothcrhotd. There are many suffering I 2 30 p. m.-Services. ablest men in the state and stands high

rooms:; to which samples of grain are women w ho think that health can never l Ire theirs because they 7; 3" p. m.-Special services.St. among his brethren. He returned to
herein named, Hope L. Still S. H. Still,
sent Trom all over the tufted States cannot secure the services oaf a ,great: specialist, but we want to say
E. P. Allen, Bertha E. Allen, John D. made right here that while Mrs. Nirdlinger lives in PhiliJelphu, a great Jacksonville today well pleased with
and Canada. These samples are
Leitner and Felix Leitner be and they through miniature medical center she depended yn Wine of Car ui for a cure and she James P. E. Church his trip to our city.
Into bread after going a
cured. This medicine is within reach. Will you
same your
are hereby required to apt-ear to the flour mill. After the bread has was 9 a. m.-Sunday School. ,

bill of complaint in this cause on or been wade the package of grain is sent take All it?druggists sell |1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui. 11 a.'ps.. THAT TIRED FEELINGIf

before Monday, the 4th day of July, A. back to the miller who shipped it with 3 p. m.-St'n'lce.l.!

I). 1S04. full directions how to mark his flour, : you are languid, depressed and incapable -

It is further ordered that a copy of whether best or second best Second Baptist Church for work it indicates that your

this order be published in the Ocala -- i: 11 a. m.-Preaching. liver is out of'order. Herbine will assist -

for consecutive week THE LAND CRAB.A nature to throw off headaches,
Star eight I 3 p. m.-Sernet's. I I

This the 9th! of April A. D. 1904. rheumatism and ailments akin to nervousness -
day Mean Trick by Which I'aclfle Inland 7:30 p. m.-Ser\i-es.

S. T. Sistrunk, 'Native. Catch Them. Atlantic Coast Line and restore the energies and

Clerk Circuit Court. In Fiji and other Pacific islands the Zion M. E. Church vitality of sound and perfect healln. J

P By H. C. Sistrunk D. C. natives have an Ingenious plan of capturing (Rev. W. O. Bartley Pastor.) J. Hubbard, Temple Texas, writes.March ,

the male crab. The native goes : 2, 1S02: "I have used Herbine
R. L. Anderson and Wm. Rocker 9 a. m.-Sunday school.
out in the late night, hnd when he for the past two years. It has done me-
Solicitors for
Complainants. hears a crab at work up a tree he I 11 a. m.-Sen' <'es. more good than all the doctors. WhenI

feet WORLD'S FAIR RATESFirst 3 p. m.- efC'es..
. climbs up some fifteen? or twenty feel bad and have that tired feeling
-the tree Is generally a hundred feet 7:30 p. m.-Services.New .
I take a dose of Herbine. It is the
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter high or more-and ties a large: wisp of
best medicine ever made for chills and
grass round the trunk. The crab, having Zion Baptist Church J
4SSS, Laws of Florida. finished his work, hurries down to class excursion rates to St. Louis fever." 50c. a bottle. Sold by the AntiMonopoly -

9 a. m.-B. Y. P. U.
his partner for a feed, traveling backward Drugstore.
Notice is that Ernest and Return 3 school.
hereby given as usual. When he comes to the : p. m.-Sunda

F. Brooklen purchaser of tax certifi- treacherous clump of grass, thinking .:30 p. Preaching.

cate Xo. 1206, dated the 6th day of Au- ,, he is once more on mother earth, he C. OJ)

gust, A. D. 1900 has filed said certifi- lets go his hold of the tree and of $45.55 final return limit, Dec J5 Wanted-A well digger. J. Starr ,.

cate in my office, and has made appli- course goe down smash, breaking his Sternberger.

cation for tax deed to issue in accord- legs and getting stunned, to tall an : $ 38 final return limit sixty days I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEF.
easy victim to the native boys who *2000 Xo. 2 shingles cheap. J. Starr
ance with law. Said certificate em-
come round with their baskets in the Sternberger. W. Ditto Room 12 Merchant.
braces the following described property $20.55 final return limit 15 days ,
morning. The whole of crabdom apparently Block, Ocala, Fla.,
situated In Marlon county, Florida, regarded this as a mean trick Several new cottages for rent. J.

to-wit: Xw 4 of ne%, sec 19, tp 15, r 23. when it came in first and they are Starr Sternberger.Call For lots to bui1! on, from J10 to $500;

The said land being assessed at the now very circumspect on their expeditions : Special ten day coach excursions at very houses to live in, from $i5 to $1009.

so that few are caught in this at M. C. Falana's for choice gro-
date of the issuance of such certificatein Some of these go for cash and someon

the name of Tropical Land Co., Ltd. >, way. low rates ceries and marketing. easy terms. I warrant all titles.
In his holt the land crab makes himself i
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed i
j a comfortable bed of cocoanut For Sale Cheap-20.000 No. 2 shin- CALL AT ONCE
| Through sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and
according to law tax deed will issue

fiber, and he makes the material up gles. J. Starr Sternberger.Fine .
thereon on the 4th day of June A. 10 well that the native women burrow Louisville R. R., and "Dixie Flyer" route. I XOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

D. 1904. for it, as it is found useful for many For further information see F. J. Huber, Agent, Ocala. roe shad every other day at Tax Deed Under Section X of Chap-

Witness my official signature and purposes-pillow stuffing, the making Tompkins' stall, Xo. 10, city mark@t.Barco's ter 4is8, Laws of Florida.
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seal this the 2nd day of May, A. D. 1904.S. of chignons, pads and other modern Notice Is hereby given that W. J. Harvey -
toilet "faking which they have now stall Xo. 7, city market, is I
T. Sistrunk, 1 purchaser of tax certificate No.
picked up from the mission stations the place to purchase your marketing.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. and towns. i 1i i 541, dated the 2nd day of June A. D.

Choke Florida beef, chickens, eggs, 1902. has filed said certificate in my office -

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Won Mla Appointment I j and country produce at Holland's groi and has made application for tax:

Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter When Hoke Smith was secretary of : Summer at i eery. deed to Issue in accordance with law.

the interior he was especially gener- : I Said certificate embraces the following
4SSh.! Laws of Florida.
I Call at the Mack House
ous to Georgians in the matter of department -, for com
described property situated in Marion
clerkships. It was generally I fortable lodging and board at reasonable
Springs county, Florida to-wit: SH of nw>4 of
Notice is hereby given that S. P. McClendon conceded that around the patent, pen 1 rates. West Broadway.
sw>4 of nwVi and nit of sw'4 of sw'4
purchaser of tax certificate sion and land offices one could not l

Xo. .:2, dated the 2nd day of June, A. throw a stick without hitting a Geor- '',: e I i S Ice cream of all flavors every day of nw \4, sec 35, tp 15, r 22. The said

D. 19u:!. has filed said certificate in my glan. Senator Voorhees of Indiana [rat Tompkins and Brooks ice cream land being assessed at the date of the-
had been to two For those who go to Hot Springs Arkansas, for the issuance of such certificate in the
ortice, and has made application for trying place one or j garden. Go and enjoy :yourself. name
but had failed. benefit of health the summer is reallythe best
Hoosier constituents. of Mrs. C. Bishop. Unless said certificate -
tax deed to issue In accordance with time. Her fortunate location high in the font- !
One day the senator came along whis- up Notices are out for the celebration shall be redeemed according to
law. Said certificate embraces the following hills of the Ozark mountains insures a cool and delightful I
tling "Marching Through Georgia"and : of the Fourth of July in Oc tla. Let all law tax deed will issue thereon on the
described property situated in keeping step to the tune. climate, and physicians are united in the lake hold
and make the
day a great ith dayof July, A. D. 1904.
:Marion: county. Florida to-wit: Lots "What are you doing that for?" sktd opinion that the waters are more beneficial duringthe
one. Witness official signature and
1 to 12 inch blk :23.: Helleview. The Hoke Smith. summer season. my
seal this the 3rd day of June, A. D.
said land being asgcs-se.l; at the date of "Just can't help It. said Senator Keep in memorythat the :Mack:

Voorhees. "It is just like marching 1904. S. T. Sistrunk,
& House furnishes meals at the following
the Usuaiu-e of such certificate in thename '
through Georgia to ('owetbrou;;!! jour One Fare Plus Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
t.f party unknown. Unless said department. $2.00 hours from 7 to 8, from 12 to 1, and 7 .

itinVate shall be redeemed according to 8.
He got tfiij appointments that day.
to Inc tax deed will tissue thereon on NOTICE APPLICATION FOR
FOR REXT-Three 2-room houses
th- 9th day of July A. D. 1S 4.Witness The Same Palternttn. Fr the round trip throughout the ; Tax Deed Under-fSection S of Chapter -
two 3-room houses; one 4-room house;
my official signature and Tompkins with a "I'" is not more summer. I 4S&, La8 t f Florida.
one 5-room house. J. Starr Sternber-
f* ..1 this the 7th day of June. A. D. significant than Patterson with two RocKlslanfl I Notice is hereby given that W. A. God-
"t's" if tradition is to be trn tl.J. According I WRITE FOR BOOKLETS per.
1" H. S. Sistrunk, win, purchaser of lax (certificates.
to the !story that has comedown GEO H. LEE S. L. PARROTT
('.,-k Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. from the sixteenth century the System [[ R.-\'. R. S. Quarterman, pastor of Mt. 376, 3S1, dated the 2nd day of June. A.

Pattersons all spelled the name with : P.iAst.. Pist. Pass. Apt, Zion A. M. E. church. calls his mem- D. 1902 has filfJ said certificate my

X'-TU-K or \rrur.\Tiox FOR one "i" before Queen Elizabeth set 1..' K" k, A'k. At'i'; .t.t. (Ja. ',-IS tn duty tomorrow. Hear the call office and has made application for

T.i\ Deed Under Section N of Chap- about marking there of her subject .,:,.1 .)1...)'. t tax deed to issue in accordance v ith

r 4,>S. Laws of Florida. who left the ancient! Catholic faith and '. law. Said certificates embrace the following -
Chun of Lut- r.W.. o. Bartley has been detainedt
cast their lot with the described property situate in
land. She insisted that all the Protestant .t 1..,"- 'ity on account of illness In
N"ti. i!' hereby :given that C'. tilll.l- Marion county, Florida. to-wit S'z
Patterson take to theui-elves! __ !1.- : iitiiK. He will not be at his post
1 01. purchaser of tax certificate NoT u -- --- of seta; set 30 and e1! of selt arc 19.! if
a second .t. and since! that time many ..:?..! : ,,\\'.

,.. dated the 2nd day of June. A. ['. have followed that mode of spelling; . . .. . .. .1.. 14 range 24. The said land being assessed -

1 "'.'. has tiled said certificate in my the name.-London Standard. -r.] Su'.innah and Columbia excur.i : at the date of the issuanxif

..- an 1 has made application! for tax M -...' \ thS.. A. L.. will soon be on such certificate in the name of E. T.

:. 01 1 to issue in accordance with lawS '. Colorado Spring Water. SMti SEABOAFvDAIR : '.".J LoI'T'one try to take in thatch SabeL Unless said certifiiaushall t...,

.. 11 certificate embraces the follow! Colorado Spring t' lm. the pnr- .' 'ful! tilt redeemed according to law, tax *Je--d:

.' <. s .I>t>d property situated in Mai ton est water of any citin the t'n.ted S I will issue thereon on the 5th day of Ju-
States. The apply i" derived from 'F: t-'h water bream and trout, salt
iinty Florida lo-wit: Xvv'., of *(>V, IIY.j A. D. 1901.I. .
and lakes >n the side of
and bass ands
.vitf-r trout sheephead ,
sJ..'. tp 15. r :!I. The aid land lifins Pik>'!' peak which are fed by .pnii!:< : i I. Witness my official signature and
dt cured mullet and fresh oysters at '
"!"t-ed at the date of the isu.II1l't- and melting Onow. Chemical III1dpt'S Ia 'I seal this the 3rd day of June. A. D.
FOR S Jake Thomas, market.
s! :.. h certificate in the name of D. r. of the water have repeatedly shown it I 1904. S. T. Sistrunk.

C ..rnsluvv Unless said certificate hall to l>e purer than that of any other, >ity .Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pine, Kp: in memory the excursion to ; Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.

deemed according to law. tax deed in the country, due to the fact that Baltimore J... K.-onMllr Monday, the 13th.: over the I
Richmond Washington
such altitude : Raleigh :
tie supply Is derived from an ,
\\:11 I! issue thereon on the lath day of im New York. ::. A L. Rates. J2.25: round trip. You NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
I'I to make contamination Philadelphia
JUI)". A. D. 1904. possible. .v ii i! miss A great opportunity if you j Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter

Witness my official signature amt 4frS, Laws of Florida.
St t! this tluMh d.iy of June A. P. Her Awful Blunder
j i Notice i!' hereby given that C. W.
1'4. ::. T Si funk Te -Oh. that's your new hat. eh1 Th- monthly social of the Progres-
Seaboard Express Quick, purchaser of tax certificate.
l k : .:: '. II" M '1. F Jess Yes and such a bargain: on'.y! "i\" \\"hi!'t Club last evening at theM i
3t8.: dated the 7th day of August A.D.
dr' din
What do qq.l
Jls you
Seaboard Mail :i' hHl Hall was quite a success. A '
to let Miss Grumley see It just now. : :
.rg>- number attended and everything offee
and she pretended she wasn't !'ntereted. I

Didn't even ask how much I paid I .t,:-o-.i i oft pleasantly.L. ] deed to issue In accordance with law.

tcrnrrgPneumonia for it. T**"-\,'_ dear. *h.> ,iln't hive : HODERN Pl'LLHAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY : : I Said certificate embraces the following

to You've forgotten; to *ak,' off that aa ';reen the lightning shaver. Call .
described property, situated in Marion
tag marked *4 y. Phlade: :j.I\ :h Press.tba"lulety an; try his shave and hair cut and you

LINE OPERATING I ., .i, always! com!>. Shave, lOc.; hairS county, Florida to wit: That part of
follow La Qrlpp Contented. Lot 53, north of Florida Southern P.y.
.t JT: <.'.: honing razor 25c; concave
but never follow the uee efFOLEH Mrs Jeuks-Are you ptr:'< :'t sss : Dally Through Sleepers from JacKsonville I : .izor 73..'. All work first class. Xo Candler Sec. 26. Tp. 16. R. !3. The said

fled with your new ire s': MrsYes. Spt '7 I land being assessed at the date of the
Honey to New Orleans. .r.g J-ayp.! two chairs. Next door to
indeed The man I .>)t- \\.t .I Issuance of such certificate li the
Alberstme: Smith West
on Broadway.
and Tar think; it's beautiful and the w.mau .I name of A. D. Moore. Unless said certificate -
I love least has pretended to turn up S Per full information and Se! ,p.r ReierYttioni, C4i!"on any Agent
.I The (losing exercises of the Emerson! shaE be redeemed according to
her nose at it.-Philadelphia! Ledger.A Seaboard, or write
It stops the Cough and hull the Innp H .m- Sthool yesterday afternoon were law, tax deed will issue thereon on the

Prevent Pneumonia and Coniamptloa.Mt Matter of Bn>lne>.. A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, .i I .. --> fiamnnsr. Re'J. S. Todd D. D., I ISth day of June. A. D. 1904.

Nmt'nt-I: saw you at the art eihiblnnn Jacksonville, Fla. .I .,' J.,'ks.mnl&o. delivered an able ad- I Witness mr official signature and
a. Vicili. of tit O food St., Cttcf,
vrlui. ".y Wit hid U grippe and U lab LuVllk !a,.:t evening; 1 upp''M- you are S. C. BOTLSrJN, JR.. Puie&ger Ai .t, JackiccriUt Ha. .I t--ss TO ih. school and dus.'hl'h 'sal this the lth day of May. A. D.

s .'rr' bad cough oa her la&fi vafc very fond of paintins-'r: GauibgeOh .. .. .ltI.e. . . .. i I .Q.. r_. mt-.i. F.\'ythirg J..,,,!=d.of' ISfil S. T. Sistrunk.I ,
leu,', Horn A.B Til eland -B,UMlj.* Af: r. n, I hr.ttth ta I'a. an art Circuit Court Marion Co FlaPAGE
'! ;'.- ,,,.,nlY.! :Miss Hattie E. Emer- Clerk ,
Postoflfu L>rus;:t Hv '. .,b. K:.i. critic. you know.-livstun Transcript. -- I

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f fl 1.1 ifl 'fl 1 t \T : TH' n 1 r-, FOR GOOD ROADS ANCIENT CHAIRS

: the IB
The !rat I ed by EKTptiBB
\ : County" Commissioners and Good Roads
; Earl) HUloric Tiuirn.Seats .

I AA I 1 Association to Hold Conventionin less resembling stools
: ) I \ more or : ;

I ', :I \ Tampa -tlwt i.... :- ".u::. without basks--were in

I t i i I IiCAI general u -e uuK-n.- nations pt:' faaln: 9

mil u II. mil-rest The following to all circular interested will prove of in certain degree of civilization; in prehistoric -

persons t t'o.lJu those were like

?->od loads in Florida: in the early historic i>eriod we know

> "Jacksonville Fla., June 4. 1304.-A from an examination of Egyptian
1[ l'AI-4
regular meeting the County CommissIOners monuments, from a study of Greek

and Good Roads Associationof vases or from Lutruriun or Kocian antiquities

-- -- Florida will be held in the city of that are :stored in European

OIREOTORS = Tampa Fla., on the 21 day of June. ciu>eums. The Egyptian deities are
seated generally on granite blocks, thebacks
1&04.! at 10 a. m.. at such place as maybe .
of which are raised a few inches

R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Edward Killer, J. K. Christian, provided: : by the local committee l! only.In;; a distant resemblance to
The convention will be in session two
: a chair. That the Egyptians had seats:

George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford. Jays, and will deliberate upon ques- more comfortable for domestic: use: is:

dons affecting the interest of all the;:, possible, but we have every reason to

Cashier counties of the state. Each board of'' suppose, although; they possessed a
: :
county commissioners and good roads I,!. high degree of civilization that their

associations of Florida is entitled to idea of home comfort was not that of

HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. WATSON. representation. modern times.

I The common people probably sat on
The railroads offer reduced rates
-- j blocks of stone or wood or sprawled
from all in Florida.
I points i about on the ground with some sort ofcarpet
CHOATE TO SUCCEED KNOX SEVENTY-SIX MEN DEPORTEDThe The committee in charge has arranged -
that :tISsern'li for a bed. The

Florida East'Coast Ry. 'I an interesting and pleasing pro- Etrurians, ancient inhabitants of Italy

1 Washington, June 11.-President I Strong Hand Rules in the Centennial gram. II before the arrival of the Romans appear

LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.1.! Roosevelt has asked Hon. Jos. Choate. State "a I'l'Cial rates at all hotels. | to have preferred the reclining

ambassador to England, to succeed At- I "A full attendance is earnestly solic- posture in which they! are usually represented -
Colorado Springs Col., June 11.- I
tOUTMBCUNO-RCAO DOWN. NORTH80U0-READ UP.I I. torney-General Philander C. Knox, appointed i ited. H. W. Long. Pres. on the sarcophaguses, In thmuseums.
.. Acting under the orders of Adjutant .
to the senate. ': "J. W. White. Sec." I
.Sol .... STATIONS L h.98 N&71Dall. General Sherman Bell of the State National -
y.\ Ds3Jj. I !Jail,. i D.U7. I
t I I Guard, a special train was made WHEN YOU CAN'T SLEEP.
l02 940&ILv.." ". ... .. J. uu..te. ..... .... .:. en II Sur 7Yp''' HAVE YOU A COUGH ? DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
I4s.l I ....... ... .......&O J&CKtoDvllle: 149a 1071 up shortly after noon yesterday, in the
3uksa. .. ...... .. ........... t.AujJ.aUIl. .. ...... .... .. .. 74aa''' l50pl I By local applications as they cannot Ja.t Pr..t..od'ou Don'tV..t to mm*
S1. 111: ................ .. .. (.. ............ : ::.. .I e GO"I A dose of Ballard's Horehound Short Line yards at Victor, for the de- lou'll Soon Drop Off.
U9 a .. .. .. .... ..... .H&5 ........ .... .... e Ua IS p.I Syrup jiortation of seventy-six union miners. each the diseased portion of the !I
will relieve it. Have cold When we are kept awake from our
you a A is only one to deafness,
110 1110 pAr ...... ........ .......Pal.r)! .......... .... ....Lv e tua .15 p'I ,: i' The train was composed of a combi- way cure
Pll116.L"I : .. .. .... ....l'al.U._..... .. .... .......A.rl .lIeal I YJ 9 dose of Herbine at bedtime and fre- and that is by constitutional remedies. fatigue the first thing to do is to sayover
I nation baggage car and two day coavh- I
and ourselves do
--- over to we
110 120 D I Ar .... .... .....8an Mara) ... ............... ........Lv, a .00.1aiL" quent small doses of Horehound Syrup t'S.Imost immediately the work of Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition !
.... 1 W ; .. .... .... .Sao oaten .. .... .. .APi 7 Ua I eh during the day will remove It. Try it of the mucous lining of the Eustachian not care whether we go to sleep or not.
,- I I loading the men began. Tht'yt'rl' i In order to imbue ourselves with a
lIU"L"I ......... ....Sf'Un ...... ........ ....Lvi S56a U3'I for whooping cough, for asthma, for Tube. When this tube is in- _
151 liMp ................ .......... ...Roan.Le. ........................... 543. SUp I marched; to the train between heavylines I healthy indifference about it. It will
11 tip ...... .. .... .........Dapon'. .... ........ .... .. 58f. .. liCp'' consumption for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe of military and deputies.A rUmed you have a rumbling sound or ; help toward gaining this wholesome
$3 111p .............. ....... .......Ornd ... ... ............ 50'a SClpl l McGrath, 3:7 E. First St., Hutchison, I
11 111 p .......... .... ... .....Da1tora..... .. ...... ..._... ... ....I\ 45a 2 e: pi i crowd of fully one thousand people imperfect ht $3 1 II p .. .... ..... .... .........Port 0.11.: .... .. .. .. .... ... 4 to a 21311'eo I Kans., writes: "I have used Ballard's closed deafness is the result and sleep and therefore the first thing for
1 = ...... .......... .. ..... ....Eweryra. .... .... .... 423a 2Op had collected to see the men placed
U 1 lip .... .. .. .. ...........O&kHllI............ .... ......13:2.. 15: p Horehound Syrup !n my family for five aboard. the unless the inflammation can be taken ; me to do is to get rested In order to
ea I O'p .................... ........THu vlll ............ .. ... ..._...... 31:1 1 113 a I years, and find it the best and most Among spectators werewdwes : prepare for sleep.Vhen my brain Is
111 13C p ..... .. .. ru. ..... .... .. ....... 2a a 1. :' ii and !sisters fathers and mothersof out and this tube restored to its normal -
1.1 ItO' .... ........... .............R.ekl.,1.r. ... .... ...... ............ :r. :: :JJ111A palatable medicine I ever used." 25c.. 1 candition, hearing will be destroyed I well rested it will go to sleep; it can-
1 CID. ............ .... ... ...Iall t.411.! .. ..... .. ..... 1 t"l12 OvD th deported men: and the scenes: not help it. When it is well rested it
1196 lip ........ .. .. ........ lel1.uullIP.: .; _..... ........... 144 a i 11 S1 aIt 5>Jc.. $1. Sold by the AntiMonopolyDrugstore. forever. Nine cases out of ten are
41ie ........ ..............Prbasttaa.. ...................... ..... lir9a'llo'n' were very atIt'ctingIuthttrs: sisteis I will sleep just as naturally as my lungs
1101 I' p ........... ....... ... 1'' Lu I... .... .. .. ........ ..... Is'a e i to 2'' sI and sweethearts cried goodbye and caused by Catarrh which is nothingbut breathe or as my heart l>eats."
....... .. ... .. .
11 aa" p ...ft. .r.l ;$ P Hl= inflamed condition of the
111 l12p ........ ... ..... .. ..........Tb..ai4.........__... ............, : 251; 9t'a tried to push through the lines for a an : mu- Another thing to rt'lIlt'wbt'r-and it is
I4. /1Sp ........................... Eirn........ .. .............. P 9.: ROUND TRIP RATESTO cous services. very iuiitortaiit that an overtired
14t .1011...... .... .............Jrnarn........ .......... .. .. .111:1 ,, :9 b: 4 I parting handshake.Mayor I
111 I Up ................. .... ........ .atn.rt.............. .. ..........j :iSp 93'J4 WASHINGTONThe Harris of this city had been We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor ; brain needs more than the usual nour
I 17 .u D ...... ........ .Rnl:>a .I1I\1.t ............ .. .. :: 3P of Deafness caused : ishment. If you have been awake for
713p ............ __ ..... \\.itJuIU..r ........ _...... l015p l4Ma I inforfed of the decision to deport themen any case ( by
114 I14 l.almll..I1.... ..... ..I .23to II a4W catan h) that cannot be cured by Hall's : an hour and it is three hours after
I01p ........ ..... .... ........2011110:1.. .. ... .. .. ... 91Op 75iaI9e Atlantic Coast Line, the quickestroute and immediately to'.k steps to see last: meal take half a or a
liSp .............. ................ [ !raw .. ... ..... ..... .._.... 3E9p .4-Ja that none of them landed in Colorado Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.F. your cup
oe 'C'p. ..... ............. .....Ft. Lrti&rt4ul... .. ...... ............. S cl p II roSa by two hours and eleven minutes cup of hot milk. If you are awake
190 173 p ........ ... .. .... ....... Itailnf:! .,+a'e ..... .... .. .. : 33 II fI &4a from Jacksonville Washington, offers Sprinas.; The train stopped long enough: J. Cheney and Co., Toledo, O. : for another two hours take half a cup
149 'tSp.. ......... ................Ler.lun\:111........... ........ -p fl1'1a Sold: by druggists. ;iic.
T 00 15pIAr..... ..... .... Jltamt .. ...... .... .... .. h' ; :3j { 6 OOa excursion rate Jacksonville to Iat this place to give the soldiers timeito I more, and so, at intervals of about twb
-, ington and return $37. Tickets -a'h-I, eat. The deported men had rationsof Halls Family Pills are the best. I hours, so long as you are awake

SANFORD nnAXCI. on Alai Z <.:ITY-3\xcn. sale. "Florida and West Indian Lim-i I beans and bread on board. : throughout the night. Hot milk U
I'I 1 I ') WILL TRY TO BREAK OUT i nourishing and a sedative. It is not
itt',!." fastest and finest all train Another party of exiled: men will be
"No.II 1 NII.12 Nil. 3 No. I I Rs. 2' N'J. 4 year j II'
'I inconvenient to have milk the side
STATION \Ttosa. I by
.Dally ; Daty'j! : Unlly U.Uy.! r..u,y': I..uif i!'between the East and South. leaves !(sent out of the district tomorrow. Sixty -

t 05 a'l.T....... Tltu.Y'ill..Ar 13 5: '| 3C..1 lulI'Lv X Smyrna .Ar'' l : c'TSCp1' I'Jacksonville. 9 a. m. arrives Washington -I j ; men confined in the Cripple Creek Port Arthur Squadron Will Try to Join of ones bed and a little saucepan and
p'l ;
I a .ly ..... Oteen ...... A' II 3! ) 3lta' It !t b !.r L.k- Hrl I-n .....r Ktu1 910 ? VladivostokSt. a spirit Jawp.-Lt'olie's \ ,
Sts a1Lv ... Snterprlae........ Ar II M-vi:, 3 j: < I' :!v> ;." O ans.- (:vy Ar1 1 tlji; ] C M jiS 'i' 7:45: a. in., following morning. Xo. bull j>en were taken to the county jail That at I
t 30 ftlAr .. .tlf..rd. !." Mao* i :Cp :l 4u \' "". Pity!<- I., :: 3p- 55: ,; !
--- ,, Atlantic l' Coast Line Express leaves today and charges of murder placedagainst Petersburg. June 11.-There is WOODEN BREAD.It .

10 24'; Na.27: Nu. 1 N.. "I| NT.17! =- -.-.J-I: ho.25 No.2. ;i r.'I. 20.2j* : :.i: Jacksonville &:u."> p. m.: arrives Washington them.FLORIDIAN. reason to believe that the plans for the
tat aadl DnilySodjy i MAYPOT ; I satat;1 ____ ____ __
'andi/i DatI,. except I| D.tyDrily! !! BII3I. ... Dol:!) I Daily t'asly SundyllJp I":ii>J p. m.. following evening. t departure of the Port Arthur squadronin I. fungible to Make a Palatable
only : t-1 j II'Y t KILLS HIMSELF Loaf From Sad oat.
.:. .
\n excellent opportunity to' the I the event that the fall of the fortress
100 i SO 2'P'i 9 30 alILv' J'ckannv'e Ar iftii-l) S40i| 1 :: p.: G:2"j|' 32r. nation's capital at nominal cost. Tick- i As long ago as Is34 Professor Aute-
have been
I Op ea" 18Sp 2 CE P, 919 a+ *..Jactso.iTlUi': 62a K a J2 :: y 912 ;.. 91? !> becomes imminent complett1. rith of Tubingen succeeded in jnakinga
U Jflp 71t p S33p 1 iO pi 10 08 a! Pablo Kcach du a.. .ro a, :: :J pi' : t. Si: p etts good to return October 31. Avail Robert R. Miller Commits Suicide in They involve the co-operation of :.;
r0 i p U1 p U5 p 2 45 i-l lHh ALlaotic Beach al.> a|: T Vi j .2:5 p \ 33 PI 33 ? St. tolerably good quartern loaf out of a
: Louis
lOMp 7 Up S83p S'vOpi1| >J a,Ar. Mayport Lv 6'ea; 74'aZC7.1; ;\ 5C p, SCP j yourself of the quickest and best line. I Vladivostok !'Iluadron.ftt r the ., deal board. Everything soluble was
- --- -- St. I/ouis. June In fit of
Both trains carry Pullman drawingroom i, 11.- a temlorary blockading fleet has been engaged the removed by maceration and boiling;
sleepers, Jacksonville to Ws-i- | insanity Robert R. Miller: agedj : uninjured Russian ships will effect a I the wood was then reduced to fibers

insjton. Florida and West Indian Limited j fifty-eight years, who came to St. Louis juncture with Vladivostok squadron dried in an oven and ground, when It
carries Pullman finest dining! cars j 1a week ago with his wife and daughter and make their way Vladivostok.. had the taste and smell of corn Hour.
'Savannah to \\":lhington.I I from Tampa. Ha., to visit the World's The fact that the Corean straits are A sponge was then made by the addition

Fair, has ended his life at his boarding of water and the sour leaven of
W. H. Leah). Div. Pass. Agt., .1\'an- mined and guarded by a Japanese tor-
Throe Time Tables show tIe tints &t which tr"i.i" may of rx;: cteii to arrive and dl' art i i corn flour and it was baked and foundto
torn the &tveral.tat.i u., but their or Departure a' fie Ins at&tfii 1- rot iu-'acvp I.aor I. nah. Ga. house by cutting his throat and ped boat flotilla which has been established I
does be Compaiy bold Utxlf regpunnble for deay.. there, be better than a compound of bran
any r tiny l-m.rrrrucr.rts eg wrists with J .
trom. T. C. White. D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla. I : razor. to the satisfaction of the ad- and corn Lu.-ks.

:'H. :M. Emerson Traffic Manager, \\ilI I miiaHy here greatly increases the difficulty i Wood flour boiled in water forma,

For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CABD or Other Icforiaatioa j mingtnn. :\. C.W. On June 15. In Ocala will be held of the operation but the Russians also a nutritious jelly, which the professor

"SEE THE TICKET AGENT." J. Craig li en. Pas!'. Agt., Wilmington the state prohibition convention. All probably will prefer to take found both palatable and wholesome -

X. C.UNION. friendly to the cause will please note chances of petting through rather than in the form of gruel dumplings
i 11. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen. Paw. ST. AUGUSTINE
Agent., FLA. 'and .
and be dtf. nf pan'akl's.l'ruft's.or
present. making 2'ioo-mile: journey around
I Hrande: has also recordedthe
I! PICNIC Japiin. The attempt may occur at the
making; of bread from woody fiber.
I I first favorable opportunity. '
I lie says: "Hefore me is a specimen imported
: It has been arranged to hold a union from Sxvedt-n. Seeing the close

SEABOARD Sunday; Sl'hooll.knk at East lake. I_iVe! CLOSE CALL FOR THE CZAR I relation between the composition of
For Dinner !
'Weir June 17, when the Episcopalian 1 starch and li?nine, the conversion of

A Methodist, Christian and Presbyterian Lundun. June .-The Daily Mail the la tt.r into bread does not seem so

Air Line Railway Sunday school folks will join. The band I .s.-rt5; ,, remarkable." He also cannot praise
the quality: of ouch bread.
i is to accompany them. The fare will l* "Two infernal machines were found
i -
30 cents for adults and 13; cents for
'>1the night of June 7, concealed in
; SPECIAL RATES I I Spot. ou the Fur of .Animal.
C't i child:en. The amusements will consist tobacco boxes in the Tsarskeye Selo
Although; we are told that the leopard

-t5.S5-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RE. T:. kets on sale! daily, bt'ginninprD : 01 A yacht race boating. bathing Ii! Palace. where the Russian emperor is cannot chance his s'>;ots. it is certain

TURN ;; ;;, incited; to ev-eniber 15. returning. i iete. It will be a day for the parents i Well, just phone mow residing. One of the machines I. that the markings; Oa the fur of some

!' and children. The run will not be overi I ,as in the dining-room and the othern animals d'l haDt'; Especially is this

33ST. LOUIS MO., AND RETURNTi.-kets on sale daily, bt'ginningpril i I 45 minutes. Nobody i\ ill get tired gi.- the audience chamber. The meihann true where the animal has a distinctivewinter

:;:::i: limited leturninj 60 days from coat. This change has been
and all agood
ling or comiiiK are promised
I .* in each was working when dis<-ov-
date of sale. studied by r.arrett Hamilton a British
the date and occasionin .. .
time. Keep : i.! The strictest secrecy is observed.
THE FAIRThey'll naturalist who is of opinion that

$24.20-CINCINNATI, 0., AND RE-Tvkets on sale July 16 and 17; limit- i your mind. i i .i.-l: this statement althovph true in wuitening; of the fur ;generally accompanies -

TURN. ed tuinii.; to July J3.:; Extension I f ..*. ry detail is sure to be categoricallyWM. development of fatty tissue,
.!.'a ai.t h!.'. FARM" FOR SALEA i : ." which! is manifestation of insu dent

T; \I-; -.;. "t.! siJur.! :-' I11 to :::;. inelus- splendid farm of 400 acres. !3' Oiiuation and hence of atrophy, which

$15.10 TO NASHVILLE and Return: '.:r... : -; .: :::' c'.. Jury: 1* Ex- ,\rtes fenced and in cultivation;' all ; it there WM. ANDERSON shows itself in a whitening of the hair.
get In some animals- for instance
; ._ ':. ..." r. -L..' '. .nmvKk. except 40 acres: fin..'t !.md \sks the readers of this paper to test man
this atrophy is manifested by baldness.
::>. FloMia: located 6 mi'.r: s-.uth of ___..L. tht''alue of Korlol Dyspepsia; Cure. That fat men are often bald is thus:

ila. G-v>d well cistern. si" It:: 'and Those who have used it and
._ 1 persons something more than a coincidence.Success. .-
.>:. of \\ i't : Good resided.' ? .1I.'} -.m- : WE WILL SELL who have been cured; by it, uo not hes- .

; :.. f.irm buildings of all kv': Farm .t.ite to to their friends.

:* '.!h,,: I'usrhly equipped with: tno.-:rn i Colonist tickets to CALIFOR Kodol digests what you eat, cures inii'rsUon : The Tick of a lock,;.
Vacation Days inCOLORADO i NIA WASHING The "tick lock" that is universally
m; i' 'ne! !". and: the fvl";\ :r.1; live! OREGON : dyspepsia and all stomach
TON. IDAHO. UTAH and regarded as the sound of both Pendulum -
*!'>. k T-n head of horses 40 head of the troubles. It increases strength by en-
and spring clocks has been<<: investigated -
': ds\ f :--1: cattle! l by l>r. Kosenbach, a Berlin p->ychcloL'ist. -
\Vj.:: >r.< in I Pussies! etc For price. to contribute to the blood all ol He finds that the "tick"results

i: r=? J. H. J. Counts. Ocala Fla. CHEAPDurng the nutriment containel in the food. when the right arm of the escapement

Ku-iol: Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and! anchor strikes a cog of the

Uatable. wheel moving upward, while thetook"
KMGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE ; March and April. Our ;
is produced when the other
route takes through ST.
Era strikes a co:: moving downward.
Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific The different conditions give different
.\ -;''' : :... : .' .. .. : and SALT LAKE you have a piano and are a sub- acoustic effects.:

<; :". S\> .r. 'h* .!.>: ; M I .::.'.un. I' .# RailroadsF I CITY. riber to the Ocala Star, we will mail I ,

: \ .:: .n : f.: .t-.. ::.' ::- :...-. .tie :: .: :: >t .....-=S 'ound trip tickets to San you free a piece of instrumental sheet, Inreatonable.
;h > <- !..;.. 11'h!: : .I'-iature .e::: :r-e, .T. j.
: .....;.... F.i: :. is. ii .::11 Los Angeles aoeourr. the i: "THE SCENIC LINE music. All we ask is your name anostoffice d!I' -What are you kicking about?"

;kriiir.t: ; TVnii'L-rs! conclave. Sef'rinter: ---- ; address plainly written. E.. asked the lawyer. ..: .

".-.. l--4. -.n,i Sovereign Grant Lodge "Why, we won the ease" replied the
1 i OF THE WORLD. A. Wilson and Co., Music Dealers, Oil I i
Through Sleeper Service FromSt. \ I u O F.. Se: ;'tentber 15-25, 1P"4. City, Pa. client -but I can't see what I-'get out
of it." -
j T.kKrts or. s.i'.e from all southeastern Make your arrangements now. '
Louis and Memphis Every DayLOW I I "Yon get enough to oar your: lawreri
: <>n.s August 15 to ::7. in du\! andt'tember .1 AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c. I '
; fees dent you : What more'do you
| A..IT :#: _, :.. ?:: 9, .luvr.. I l I. E. REHLANDER If you want to get up early and feel want?"-Chicago Post.
RATES ALL SLVMER; : T1sh'irtrst and best lines from .
| good all day take a Little Early Riseror

u. 11 :! x- ii--s. City or Omaha Traveling: Passenger: Agent two at bed ur.e. These famous little .Nothing Like the "Old School."

Rocklslanfl( H. LEE. I j I 'r.: .. .cr t"' the Pacific cons MISSOURI PACIFIC pills relax the nerves, give quiet "I wish I could send my boy to the
S. L.
I [ \-=k :..- i irtul.irs.: l J. F. Van Rer.sAeem. rest and refreshing sleep. with a gentle S old schooL" aid Hawkins. "These

1*iyslenjGEO i* .<*. A.... tns Pass. AS: :-:..-. -.'. 13 Pr-aohtree St. RAILWAY movement of the bowels about gentlemen of the old school always

I :....
J 1 r- .:; T P _\. T.TI T*x.. says "Early! Risers are the '
I consider time as a treasure de-
I ..-*. ; /:" 1"' iifor >nctraioIJ. sick i
'.' !
rv.'iBing every nisr'.it.! an I that which
I[ F.' .... ... .. .. .. "'.. : !.*-, -:, ." S"M: : byVm.. Ander- ..' .;. day dinslniss! ;soon perishesrever.

I' a..g.g: ; :." .:' S'r.' .:::- Hakes Kidneys and Bladder Right ..: I ;' .-Sir William Jones.OCALA .

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hn:<-s at Ta>lor's. showers umg".u and Sunday. .
T'\.,-: istiti-':; L:- i.ui;lng lots to : ., ..GRA D
--- --- ----- Makers cf the t
t.H'1; .i'.\.i',:. !*" I:. H. "'Y:1.our. "
Telfcphci.t 116. if you want painting FOR SALE-Cheap, for cash a complete ,
,. f.nfX<>. _;;. '
done llF------ set of Encyclopaedia Dritan..a. ROY&L ..
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-- -- full sheep binding. Apply to Mrs. J. C. MILO DEYO ( .

'. h. T,i\Ior has fresh limes for lime-i SOMETHING NEW IN OCALAA Poner, or to J. IL Benjamin at ;taro { Highest Grade 5e. Cigar .' -
setts "iee. 4

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water Uatk that heats. If you arehaving (i tc
.A. 'ullina of I'.u-hn-'l'! i;. at theM troubtr with th.attr back in Large lot of new grai'1:OThl'r:.. r.r.3 a"<

ill,' '1.1111.1. latest sections. j--t t -.
your kitchen stOIE-( us fix it, and ij GRAND ROYAL 1
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the Ocala ''uq| ; :
r '
'n.ikhot '":t-r a r- tit> not a
ToanAd ..f M.iitinas in the r HAVANA CIGARS e.t
:.' '" I..y. Flvilaia Plumbing and Electric Co. FOR 5ALE-\elmatfo.l! I-: -..y Dg2 ; In Five Sires ,w

ws.. ".*n young .il\e:;: :,,:-.. '.
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it \ t'. Baski ,1 Vithiny was in 'tI. number of L'c: rig*. I' :you '. .'.t
H. W Ji'i-. a =j< v!'*fu'! traveling
:. ''ri 1y. .', .. .. fancst"ff o* :h" I-:?ne"t brf J" j \ .u CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor
mil -( 1.1: d' : ujineei! il
-- it from IL II. '\Vhu\\urt\!
:an gt-t '
!'i\- .1 'h. i n '''. Ocala Florida. ,.
1'..udrls! wanted :,i );0. 1, South Ocala Fia.
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Fll'tit'ctt -- -- -- --

I -r:1t2 Oil gr.ti>no;> records taken in

vi: > M 1. P. Drown ot Boston is at exchange for !>-Anes at the Oiali

in .Miiii.'ZUflla. -- Furniture t'ullrtl'y. ',
0 ,
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.i I."..4 i'111.4' returned f:.m Jatksonit T. W. Tr<.\ler. Agent for Iluyler's Please ask your ph} klan to send or 9 f

\. n!. :. ifht.; I "and). Fre!'hVeeklv. hir.mpnls recfit dI t leave your prescriptions and orders for r K'A1Y .i

drugs wih UK. VTe give careful attt-:.-
Just re" -i\ed fresh limes, for lime- I tion. prom:.t delivery and the lowest of
!| Fresh much cots aft! on hand for .
a t.". r: E. Ta lor .rices. Tydings &: Co., pho :*> Xo. 3u.
sale ;he year roan !. Pattits wishing
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a go.,l mill covor a < .Utal of thm W''l'\\
'i' H \\'.tllis of th. I'olumbia Drug t*. S. Roljertson _nd Marion
-.ill Save nn n-> by i.illm? on D. M.
n ; .'.y is in town. ward of the Armour 1'.11' Lin.. ain in I
"\'. ..
I v
---- on to layTLt>f gfntlenitnill
ithirtyfix -. .irn\ala at the 'n.ikf 1 K .tl.i their h..I..tuartE-rs during I"
Three tE-a"h.. l'.nn..t".} with the
\l '. .' .in. \esterday. the \'t"g..I.IIIt'! i,,,ti'<,n. :
Emerson Home Si'in' in \\'. st End.
.. .
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left today for a in":i'h'< vacation in
-'I' I Mrs. A. S. Whit.1 Mxano- Sticky Ii! parier ana floor \\ax. Fresh :
Da>tona ar. i Xnv Sn.vim.B I
.. 11 thf-oitj today. tock just received.: Tydings & Co.
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W"k: lone by Mernberger in painting t r' --

.an] alarms guaranteed. Frank Dutmi''fti ..f the sui"inntrs ...sful' ,\--- ---- -

---- I of in the ,'ity.f

r. Smith returned from Gain f. :.; :his morning. E' G MAbkAScala
1 _
\iiit. -IPrd.ty' afternoon. t M IVER &

/ !'
The handsomest line o' .uffets chi

When in doubt i the Milo De>'o na closes. dining room -nairs and tables

6c. cigar. All principal dealers.S rocking chairs, reception: chairs.

ets. that this portion of 'be state feat Florida

J. 1t,t'utty t>! Stalin >s m the ny ever seen just received \>y lcl\er i ,

t. .i.i.v'. Kurrt nf thr ilomezuma. .%:'

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For rt'halolloaintlDJ;: an1 papennpsee ....if Lc, 1 t '\""" J. uar '. a ..!..\.r >.<>uiii.tvflms : Phosphate Mining and Washing Machinery

J. Starr ;ternller er. phone 116. ( of Riltuno.. \\.ts .t.nor.i; ,

the arrivals at the Ocala House" yes

J. T Willis, the hardware TO THE RESCUEThe
popular tt-rday. Phaetons
Wagons Buggies Surreys Carriages''III.111 f Louis. III town today ,
: 1. in h"\II\ lt--v ..1. : -*, iI..1 J ]j\ the able- --- -

---- : boilied. The -tiopf. "houl Iare for the 1V.1NTED-5t.J bushel of Irish p-

Gert 's Witch Hazel Soap.: best for j* weak. uoe!'. Will pay highest market prneApply .
haidater.. Try it. I'ostofClce Drug- Well are for }ou .,n.3 yours at the to Asher Frank. Box :j... Ocala

store. right; time.I Fla.

I I AN INSURANCE POLICY Building Materials Every Kind and Description
v-t .I! .\1\\..rth is now located in Jaokonxiii. Fuller 'iioor of 11. h.i- ,

!' III the lumber business, and will protect you front kiss in case of returned home, after .i t\\II \\t..k& tty

iS .tutu" : \\.n. tit \\.....t liktto r.-iI!! you about any in Ocala. '
kind l or !in".1 .i e in \'. In n \ "u ire in-

HAY runLEt 75 cents per tr': .,,:..,i 1. Lot of stationery and stationers supplies -

hui.ii fit \\eight.: M. II. Gaitskill, Mc- just re< ei\ed. Ocala News Co.
In lush. Kla. HALL BAWLS & WHEELER Phosphate Plants Installed Complete

--- i >! !-'...: ..:a. :Srs.J. :)1. H-\Cilt Itf IPt''hurg is in _ .
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i' H 1 I'xke of J.irksoiix toimil, I: I'',.. nSh'- j", a guest of the Mori-

A.." registered at t V 1I"II- '. .<111.. .,

'. THE
t !t.! ---- ----

-- The most elegant dl-play of candyn .

N,,'lung! as good for connoisseurs asa town at Dame's rtf-

; .I: 1:..)'aIOc. cigar. old by1: E1 [ ln

p i II! Dealers.! I 1'-: "'H., in 1 );"\'. '." : -"1.i :!h.. \\ ..I1l I c.. .. j\ .,' ..-e

n1 __ ,> '.11 01,..:I1" li: '11 il.>. ! to.!.lfur: : .. ':, -1

\1! ; K :- .- .UM: 1.1,11 ." -: ". P .:. ;I.. th -:I..:'!' toon-, HiH rJ! ) ( ,, |'f M > ". ,
. OPERAT'SDouble .. .. F ;ii it *" .,..u..
.i ".IY fr. : '\ Ml: t'j' n ti.' ittht.'I w : !' i i ; __ ;f.
... .. "'""'; ..
\\ :-:. n,. Daily Trains :. ., .. ." ..\ : i ...;... 'fJ"
I'li! .. \i'''! 'nt ('ieII'S: m'uie Io y Charles ........> ..;... .' ... :. f' '' ; 'i '* ;: '" "i'
tamn, IVilman. vm.iro.: ('a(<* ,-: ,. ,t -'- ::. .. -
:: ::
.. '-iL. J r :: r ;
i : -\L \ n till : t _r. .a 1 I. r lrr, 11. 1 ! t'r\ : -. t'.t: Milo D.'\ii aryl Orand Rojil. "- J ', ,
I 'tU V: 1 ier's. N.. 1.1"< Mlt Ir... i. n I.f had at the Oca'! Vs CoM f.rS j'f; ...'i't lJ.- .... ":1fro' l\
;n'4\ : '
'.\ !:roa\l\\ ... Electric: Lighted Throughout J.nJK': !R- ,j .. -. .
--,- ... 4 ', : 11.:!'i iud of Palatka is at 'he ... .,, .. ..
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T -: --- -- ; r.r!... t ... .,..... .
\' I\.1' and MarKay have just reme t. '.. 1I"1i" ,
Birmingham. Memphis and: Kansas City .
"' of the handsomest ladies' _n __ _. .. '
%:- OA F J'.T'; .f."
.:. -... \,1' seen in Florida. Texas,Oklahoma aad Indian Territories We have just received a large shio-!

--- --- A"OE -nent of Tablets! and Envelopes of all NORTH END OF GRAND! BAS! LO !'SIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION.

\f: Vr. for keeping moths out or Far West and: Northwest "zes and grades; also all kinds of Staoners -
V r.fl goods. Nothing else s:o ', supplies. Call and get .prices.

g. : l'" :toffice Drugstore. Company.

\' \\ lon SALE.-At- ---my'- barn ' -ms. s CITY.- .1 1..'.11 j..*''"! .1fittllill}' ..f IK ill. t. II THE CARfw11CHAEL & SON CO"Ea'

.... ... ... A
f'i cents per bale. .amln.l' ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIPI ,1 \--."I'i .r'll1in"lll Mli Ti ..'.:

t -":ited. J. IL McClymonds. tf xrursiou tickets trout UUnt, Ga., unit : 'j'.I\\; ..t... ".!UlI1"\.. >v- n..n1...-
I>iruinahalll.Ia.., to 111.1010 inVmthwrst .. .. .. .
,. .
\ lit. : .1 .tit'i. -! I. : ; tli'Ise ,
--- -- ell ale first and third
'h month. .
TDndal< kf fii -- "
U \N1TD-To rent a good -a-rtxtn u_ ___ '
Desert: re :-':!:_''. tiLes i a- ,.,t7d cream at Troxl(>r'!,. The ceisrt.'i : : !' _" Must be in good locality..Iu-i r. nt t' itA.! -SHAg.McCrath's
"i-i :" m.cpo;: pp.:
> and the best that
s nil\\ opf-ned.! pun-
: t'lt> would buy. Inquire at thl"t' c.o
r. C. CLARK. TRAY PasS'R AST. 11 srr.iients can make it. can be had :it Old Stand
AT.ANTA. GA. TI'"xl"r's. MiJipKHland
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>' I'.tVer is in the Souther" K\
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT. 1' .1. I'".in.irk of Valdosta\ is at f,. WEST SIDE
-c. ''.t,'IIItny's office in Jwkltln\... SQUARE
ATLANTA, GA. > 'H"i-t- .- tuta f.Iday>-. Mr >!.
':,. holJan important pustIon.Svan .
.: k ftimjr freight agent for t-- f III

.1 ; is also in this offue. -- --- _- i I.., i., ,it- :n.l tinttit the most t"it. ." Rebuilt and Newly Furnished : }

.: ...' 'i: i"-n in the ::..ulh. "(17 '"
net the cream man. has fitted up -- FINE WINES OP ALL KINuS, FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH GRADE

h t ,'n parlor in a manner that will Jj'--1 1S'.Lctt \ WHISKIES. BRANDY. ETC tastes
n ,Itt Ys! rooms very acceptable to. -" BEER. ALE AND SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE. THE PUREST LI-

+-i.", .' \\ ho are seeking summer refreshrei'ts : r;: --' J" __ : \ GL'ORS OBTAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. SKILLED BAR TENDERS. old because it is
:: J" 1 1' : .t !und! years or more WiU h
.j H:/-' h.t' brrn recognized as a suj'er-
; : ;. old A I It i is a
: but remained for E. <
.5 : "iv! dy. it
"=- !....
M' ind Mrs. C. L. Bittmger ar.i 1- ",- : '
.t.i Y. r\\itt! and Co. of huago to di!" .a'H.Adele.. and Mr BittinefMi b i {trfo. S; :....i0SU how to combine the virtues of Witi K IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF whiskey

Miss Annie Bitnnger. went to :.; :-. Hazel with other anti I.ti"s in ::-.- AND DEALERS IN ALL timehasbrought

'F s': .yesterday to spend a ffTerkeween \ form of a sa1\ DeWitt s Witch Hazel

.. \.!'. salve is the best salve .n the wog : i KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS to ripeness." It

for sores cuts, burns, bruises and piles:
GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT is "written down
Bus Destroyer for springfcpi. ......v."E'ICl.itl. The high standing of this salve ha- ,

'.!'e i leaning: clean. no3-corr'ieie: ., Q 9'jjt 'f !=i\'(>n rise to counterfeits and the pub- A CAREFULLY SELECTED STO CK OF GROCERIES; WITH FREE J old with all the

r.nJt'ith to ,Iii bugs and in4l>itf:. Nowis e aptitGCrES\ he is advised to look for the name DELIVERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. |

the time :'> use it: IS cev T> "DcWitts" on the package. and acceptno WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STATE t characters of

discs & Co., phone Xo. SO. pellf i jACItSOMYti1E other. Sold by Wm. Anderson.
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D. M IVtney has just: arrived with .iarioad t".tl.! R. E. Burnham of Lake Weir Separate White and Colored Bars at

of tine \'Iunl'Tadt'd/; Jrrtius -.-\ Through Sleepers and Dining Cars .t.n town esterday ""oonr! Bu" ripeness,
Both the S. A. L. and town places.
ill fresh in milk and irsi class: h..m !i-avts shortly for Allan "n !n up flavor
They van be seen at his barn" p 'rt..nt busm.$5.
m'fkt'Ts. Our Liquors, Wines and Beers are bought in
.'.t" n." North Franklin St. St. Louis and Mobile There are several so-
Car Load lots direct, and our prices are the
L"ST. STHATED. or -TOLEV' 'fl. called "Club" Whiskeys

The Place St. Louis and New OrleansAsk !l.,*: Frday. June 3. 19"". a hound v..r Lowest. that
are not
"" Find .. ;.y. red with white spots. It has ex-
VVe Please
a Club. Youcantelhtbytheteste.
.. Maryland
R..?". : s -t'* and 'rsw-'s to The rare :
for tit .etb m M. &: 0. 1:. R.

T. ."'y F',.r'e MI i f. MP. S H. }: & .-. R. R.. M..,,'. :' .\ ', .
H. 'i .." : .. .. Tne a arIIlicnaeI[ l a 1 & So On O. CaIB fIa

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