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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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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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JO, Number 30 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, J904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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Only Twelve Against Them-The ,J Both Resemble a Growing Boy, Who I This institution with a patronage of more than
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Financial Future of Our City Now ; Continually Crowds his Clothes. 200 '
Cheese : pupils from five different states, covering an area

Assured. New Buildings Rapidly \ of 1000 miles in diameter. desires immediate correSpondence

Harvey's Sauce The bond election passed: off STRAW HATS Going Up. with any any young lady who wishes- to go

Rhubarb in 3 !b. Tins yuid)). but effectively. Martd's additions cannot be supplied off to school. A postal card or letter will bring immediate -

I Through the efforts of II. A !' with houses, and are renting places to reply and interesting information.
I \ein for miles around.
Asparagus Ford, president of f the Board of The 23rd Annual Session will begin on Wednesday
We will sell our Straw Hats at ACTUAL FACTORY Enterprise of Clark. Ray.Johnson &. Co.
Trade and the commit Sept. 14. 1904. J. M. RHODES N. C.F..Man..M..NM
campaign Pres. Littleton .
Asparagus TipsUnderwood's COST. I Clark. Ray. Johnson & Co.. with the ,
They are all New Goods and the
: tee appointed by him at the requestof i'efficient help of Mr Hardaker as general -

Deviled Ham : the Ocala Hoard: of Trde, a persistent Latest Styles. Come early, as manager are making things humat .1
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: "'MMMa. an.Mw. .M- '"' '--
won't last Marie! The facilities for sawing '
Barataria and aggressive campaignwas they longat
Shrimp lumber have been increased, and i i'I! ; t
waged. )Ir. Geo. G. Mathewswas the prices we ,
Mint SauceH. substantial building for a first-Ola

secured and his: services were are offering planing machine has been erected: with BANK OF MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

O. Oatmeal, Etc. invaluable! in bringing the attention them modern appurtenances: an immense....: I I

1 of the indifferent voter to the brick building to kiln dry lumber in is BT PROGRESSIVE METHODS AND CONSIDERATE

AT THE real) facts in the case, and the \uter being: erected and in a few w e 4cs they : ATTENTION CONTINUES: TO

will be prepared to fill orders for lumber INCREASE ITS BUSINESS
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and made: to see his I .
taxpayer per. iC

-i TEAPOT GROCERY and sunal integrity interests of as the well;city as the were hunts in- W J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY I.iOU They!". in a have way built to suit a commodious the most fastidi-com- j I : SAFETY DEPOSIT --I

\'olvewhich with the persistent !' mis.ary and a suitable house to store i! i BOXES FOR RENT
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? Box 374 and personal work of .'%!Ir. Don Me: i goods in near the depot. They have al- .;l ._...oo......... ... ......."....... ......" u._... .. ....... .!
City Hall P. 0.
:: Opposite ROUND TRIP RATES SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF ;:; so ..r".J a new naval stores plant: unI I
Iver, Mr. Ch.i/al: and Mr Carroll,
TO WASHINGTONThe CHOICE LAND FOR SALE {I I modern plans, and a suitable house to -

H..R. HUNTERGUN brought out a large: representative i!! kus..d as a depot to store their spirits -
I; tote and made victory tor the Atlantic Coa.-t Line, the quickest For sale. 75 acres of as good land as of turpentine and rosin in. This is 1i i{, SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES

:: :. ..-!-. 1 bonds an assured fact and a glorious route L y two hours and eleven: minutes can lJe had in Marion county, described \| right by the railroad and in order toavuid ,
--.L- !-! triumph. from Jacksonville to Washington orfers : WU of nw>;. sec 19, tp 14, S, r 22 mistakes in .delivery supplies. !': Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Coast of

-and- excursion rate. Jacksonville! to AVash-; e or the Gainesville road, I i is named "Mixon." after "
: lying along i j jit our popular j
While many lost their vote be- i '! FloridalEVERYTHING
intun and return. J37. Tickets now on about 4*. or five miles from Ocala. iI i i; railroad agent, who now is in charge of j I
LOCKSMITHRepairing cause they failed tll register in the : I
"Florida and West
Indian Limited
Here Is a (chance for It will be Bold two depots which he manages to keep i i

a Specialty. city, thinking because they were ." fastest and: finest all year train cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star in full blast. : MODERN

qualified: in the county they wen between the East and South. leaves :Dffice.: Ocala. Via.CHAMBERLAIN'S. The sound of the ax, saw and hammer .j 1 I Homelike and Comfortable.

Jacksonville 9 a. m.: arrives Washington : is heard from dawn
safe: the majority for bonds was 1 early to dewy
AND lessened 7:43 a. m., following morning. N'o. COLIC, CHOLERA fete I!I in the erection of substantial resi- ]i i Hotel"lirectly on the Atlantic Coast
FISH OYSTERS quite perceptibly therebyAs .
I.., Atlantic Coast Line Express leaves AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY.'''h- iC-5 and comfortable, cottages. Surf IhthinJ :and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.

it is, however, there is glOry Jacksonville S:0i: p. m.; arrives Washington __ __ !, The melon raisers finished shippinglast

I have: fresh HutUm Fish and enough for all oho took a deep ;; H'.SO: p. m. following evening: I $2 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY TH WEEK
: This remedy is certain to be needed,, week with on the whole:, remunerative -

;Mullet always on hand: personal interest in the campaign: An excellent opportunity to visit the in almost every home before the summer j I! results.! Address HORACE F. STEWART,

Cedar Key and Cnstal RiverOYSTERS. and showed by their work that the nation's capital at nominal cost. Tick- is over. It can always be depended j
etts good to return October: Avail GOODALL ; FLORIDA.
only way to carry on an election is upon even in the most severe and SAVED FROM TERRIBLE DEATH ,
yourself of the quickest and best line. .
dangerous It is valu- ,
cases. especially
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RECEIVED fRESH DAILY to labor for it and convince the Ruth trains carry Pullman drawingroom '
able for summer disorders in children.
oter that his interest is interest slerpers. Jacksonville toV... .. i The family of Mrs M. L. Bobbitt ofBargetown
and Jdi"crcdI.on request! your It is pleasant to take and never fails ;
Opened i Tenn., saw her dying and Elegant Millinery
Honda and West Indian
ington. Limited
9 and that no sordid or mer- -
to give relief. Why not buy it now? |
SEE ME. I CAN were powerless to sate her. The most
cenery motive actuated those Who carries Pullman finest: dining cars It may save life.'or sale by all --'---' '- '-- -'-- -- -",- -,.---- -------.,-.--- -- -'-,-' -..-,-"-. !"
skillful ::: -
FILL YOUR WANTS Savai.nah to Washington. I physicians and every remedy
did the heroic and effective druggists.
W. M. TUCKER most W. H. Leahy. Div. Pass. Agt.. Saran used failed while consumption was
I work :among whom stand ),11. nah. Ga. 1 slowly: but surely! taking her life. In jcn. ll 1l! WOJIPiUN$
Market. US-acre: splendid: farm cottage well !
City this terrible Dr. New
Fordhois be I hour King's Discovery -
to congratulatedon : T. C. White. D. P. A. Tampa Fla.
barn !sugar house; 40 acres in eultivai j
----- the splendid tight he made for H. XI. nmerson, Traffic ManagerViI: tivii balance woods, with some good i I for Consumption turned despairinto Has the Finest, Most Elegant Line of Millinery in the City
joy The first bottle brought im- ,
J. 0. WILLIAMS the creJit and honor of the citv. mington, X. C. timber. Nice small lake. Very fine j mediate .
relief and its continued use
W. J. Crai Gen. Pass. Agt.. Wilmir.gton. -
location for general farm stock raising : Her lead the world of fashion will be found
t completely cured her. Its the most styles ana always
DOCTORS SAID etc. Near Oxford Fla. Price. $7uO.\ .
CARPENTER AND (! certain cure in the world for all throat: there the most exqusite production of modern art and styles
Half cash. A Call F. W.
bargain. on
Offers: his set\i t-S to the I'e'n>le of HE WOULD NOT LIVE and lung troubles. Guaranteed. Bot-'

Ocala andicmitj' for work in his line. j NERVEIs I Ditto, room 12:!. Merchants' block. ties 50c. and $1. Trial bottles free att t THE LATEST PARIS CREATIONSAn
displayed: by many a man enduring I
If recomttu-n-uttions and good work Peter Fry, Woodruff Pa., writes: the Anti-Monopob" Drugstore. ;
pains : of accidental Cuts. Wounds CHEAPER THAN WOOD Exclusive and Beautiful Line of Dress Hats Always
to make I
count then I feat capable estimates 'After doctoring for two years with 1
Drui" s. Burns, Scalds Sore feet or
and carry them to a successful : the Lest physicians in Waynesbur, I PLANTED GLOSSIER SEED in Stock.A .
stiff joints. But there is no need for it Why not have that old wooden fence j I
Issue. J- D. Williams. ;and still getting worse, the doctors advu -
Bucklen's! Arnica Salve will kill the replaced with a rite iron fence. First :{ call will convince that: I have the l leading styles.*
Fla- ; you
S :nd St Orala.
Xo. 13S. >ed me if I had any business to attend Following are the names of some of I
pain and cure the, trouble.: Its the best cost very little more than wood and in i
-- -- to. I had better attend to it at the melon growers who planted Glossier -"
salve on earth for Pile too. Twenty- the long run is really the cheapest.
once as I could not possibly live another t seed, sold by Tydings and Company
five cents: at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Adds to the value of your property, i
Fresh Swiss Cheese month as there was no cure form in this city: W. \V Mann at York; !j
Ocala Fla. never bothers you with repairs and i,
>. Fi!e} Kidney Cureas recommended Mr. Spencer and Mr. Meffert at Low-I
lasts forever. i ,
Fresh Canned French Peas to me by a friend and I imme- i ell; J. M. Knoblock, Martin; the Marion i.
.Ji..My ent my son to the store" for it, Farms and J. H. Spencer. Ocala.: i
and after taking; three bottles I beganto J. J. Tillis of Lady Lake. All these: had j JEWELER
Vance Hall, Alexander, N. C. i
German get better, and continued to improve I the best of results. Sheriff Lane of :
The Genuine
Ten miles north Asheville: on the MILK AND CREAM j
antil I was! entirely well:' Sold by the i Sumter county did equally well with '
romantic banks of the clear and swift II
Sausage. Postoffice Drugstore. I' I Eden's seed and Hall and Liddon of !>
flowing French Broad P.iver. The houseu If you like and appreciate pure, rich; IE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER
I Ocala raised a fine crop from Rocky j
spacious. the rooms large and airy milk and cream get them from us. We i ,
NONE EQUAL NOTICE I i I I II Ford cantaloupe seed: bought from Ty- .
yard nicely shaded and the table excellently have the only up to date dairy in Cen- ,

I at -- supplied. Fates re3.S0nlble.1(tral Florida. Conducted on scientific j' dings and Company JEWELRY

1 Notice is! herebgiv..n that at the Just the place to spend a month. Address principle, with all modern appliances. !i
nest regular mating of the Board of I.i i A GOOD TEAM FOR SAL
for particulars Mrs. R. D. Vance.Alexander. .
.','unty Commissioners of Marion X. C.ThirstQuencher. I Geo." B. Tyler Proprietor t j
MARTIOT'SAlso\ K\HRY\ c',.untr. Fla., to wit. August 1st. A. I>. : I II My driving ponies. Kitty and Hattie.

l.<"4. the question of improving tip I These ponies are well bred being about GOODSREPAIRING
at Tavs.! Ice colt Red Rock Ginger Ale at Taylor's. I! I
_ court house will be acted upon by said three-fourths Wilkes and: one-fourth '
fine line of ', Board. This July 4h. 19M. Hamiltonian; can go a mile in four ,
a J
; S. T.istruitlt.iirrk I minutes; are very kind and gentle; can !I A SPECIALTY

FANCY GROCERIES. Board of County Commissioners be handled by ladies or children. TheJ -

LUMBERROUGHmDRESSED i! are well matched In color size and :

-- -- -- -- -- A RARE OPPORTUNITYCan gait; are four years old. Price 1530. Merchants Block.

put party on track to secure: the

AND BUILDING brst ;lai.ds for stink farm in the county ; KNIGHT TEMPLARS- -

size of tract fully :;:"'" acres: ODD FELLOWS ,

Carpentering and land Covered with tine body of blir.Ketg'.iss. 1i I!i RESTAURANT

Hori la t-Sover. and the fii:est See Phone i: The Last Opportunity of the Year to '
or I
General Repairing!
fe"d l in the state. Land i heap. Furft.rther I Visit California

:L Satisfaction Guaranteed particulars! call at this office. Beginning August 15, and continuing -)XFirst Class Meals

B. H. SEYMOUR ;: daily to September 9, round trip tickets' .

AJilie TO THE WORLD'S FAIR itchy i be sold on account of the above

BOX 691 OCALA, FLA AT ST. LOUIS ; conventions from all points in the CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

PHONE NO. 25. OcalaFla, Southeast to either Los Angeles or
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San Francisco at extremely low rates.
For 1..1rtkul:1rs apply tUr.: ::. P. II ,, Delicious Hot Soup Daily
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W.W.Carman&Co.You c: o with final return limit October ::t :
11 P. A.. M. & O. R. R.. Montgom-
Tickets will permit of ten days stopover

I will find a weal l selected; stock of rr y. Ala. f Commercial Bank f fT > at St. Louis and allow holier the : Dining Room open until midnight. Personal
groceries at I I privilege of going one route and returning attention given to special orders, anythingthe

CARMAN & GO'S. SEAl'.OARDAIH ] I I BRANCH OF 9 i another without additional market offers prepared for the table on

: cost except: that tickets returning via !
North Main St, north of city mar COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE short notice
on ?
T i Portland an additional charge of Sll
: will be made.

E Specialties Special RatesLast ?1 CAPITAL S5O.OOO.OO f I : The Frisco-Rock Island Systems offer 1 Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar

excellent routes in either direction
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, 1 Waiters and Viands
Cooks Attractive Choice.
f I INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 9 Write for rates, descriptive literature Skilled ,
CHICKENS AND EGGS Excursion: to West Florida and I
and full information and let us plan
o DOES A GENERAL BANKING Special Price to Regular Boarders
Return This Season BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0
Remember the place and rest :assured your trip. S Parrott..
; we will treat you r ,
return. Tickets i-n !'.,Je Wednesdays AND SOLD 0 CONCLAVEVia THE GARMIGHAEL & SON GO .
:1:1: :Saturdays: : limited 60 aMjs.J .

:::> :;;:HOT >PiiXCS. AUK., an i re; Union Pacific
Southern Pacific or ;
turn. Tickets on sa'.e: We2i.-s.:as At McG-ratli's Stand

OG LA PRESSING .ir.d Saturdays. Limited: Ot .!.:>s.t J. R. MARTIN & CO.LIVERYMEN First ...:ass round Railroads trip tickets to San

>:,15-WEST BADEN' SPRINGS !" the
Francisco and Los Angeles account:
and return. TKkets on save J-:y :: ,
Over Fishel's Store. Knight Templars: conclave September
to 21 inclusive: ; limited to Au--?*. 1: '
Grand Lodge : Still
5-9 14 and Sovereign We Are Hustling.
'Phone Xo 167; 'S _iO_FREXCH LICK p';;;:?. I rand --.. GENERAL IL O. O. F.. September 15-2i. 1S04.

return. Tickets on sale; J--.y :: i and suypljliig; builders with the verybest 4
Tickets on sale from all: southeastern
to :t inclusive; lim.trd: to A::;:..>: I"t : points August 15 to 27, in elusive, and seasoned lumber for every pur 11 +'

Pressing and Cleaning: done i in t I SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS :c) :' Fine August _s to September: 9, inclusive. pose. While the demands of our customers 1
rrsrts ... .. Carriages, Buggies and Traps
class prni'iral , :.L' \ :r
first style 1'romptely.Yorfc The two shortest and best lines from have disappointed -
? extreme hm.t: \\.toU-r Jl.: :.-.4 Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. are great we
called for and: delivered: E\'en XEWIas Kansas City or Omaha
and glad! to state that our
no one
$45. 5-ST. LOUIS. VO. AND RE
I peiceof work giuranterd through to the Pacific coast. efforts to meet the desire for a grade
Ask for particulars. J. F. Van P.ensscJaer ,
Th'ketsn sate daij\ be !! : Arri!' have been '- ,
g-ng Gt'neralg nt. 13 Peachtree Su of lumber of the best quality
Albert F. > I Prop.fOLEYSI10NIYA.rfAB.
:5. l; to Premier 15. return3S : ;:; Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses Atlanta Ga:; G. W. Ely! T. P. A.; P. : appreciated far beyond:: our expecta = 1Eons.

O. Bean, T. P. A.
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. '
Tickets on sale ..ilibbeginning April .

,:5: limited retunticg-I days from Tutti-Frutti cream: at Taylor'sI i

V.Y C::wet Colds: PriuU PB;uoaaia i date: of sale. I J. R. MARTIN & CO. 1 I Taylor-made. i C.I. GRACE Yc ;

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"THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT" I A regular communication of Frirndship CIGAR FACTORY "
i| frnack MusIc Tracker and tbe Kara
Lodz F. & A. M.. will bhrld at Tbr Do PupiU.

II St. Johns 'hun.h. at Cotton Plant. or "indy-ti\ per cent of all vocal
:Makers of the
Friday. June ::2:!, at 7; p. m. E. L. Davis. i a'Ll'r,. are: quarks:' said an old mafkian. C
i I
i D. D. G. M., and other di tinuished IVw siii; -rs would doubt the --0MILO --

,, asst-rtion.. Probably in no other kind
I Masons will t,- j.r-s':nt, and exemplify: DEYO
: of work can a man wbo kuows practically
|I the: work in th- third and perh.ii.* th"C. ink; about a subject Jo so Highest Grade 5c. Cigar
WHITE GOODSWe I A, and P. O. degrees on actual cundidat.s. -
1 i quickly a !lucrative amount of teach
H. W. Long. tvrrtary. --0--
: In;;. There are many: comuiuii typ s-

i['tLl" piano teacher who cannot get .. '' and tA
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SULPHUR, NATURE'S | enouzh pupils to make a living, the 11 +
have reduced the prices on GRAND ROYAL
GREATEST GERMICIDEA broken down old time sinter, the derelict __

; of the concert halls who never ; ; e HAVANA CIGARS _

all White Goods and it is could\ sing himself, and many mure. _
our Freer Use of It Would Save Doctors'Bills R In Five Sizes f4k _
; Their half hour K-s.-on3 may I be said to ;. -

1 consist one-third of chat and pj"sip, 2- -0-
to your advantage to look here Greater healing power can be had in one-third of .*ales and exercL ea and .

the privacy of the home by using ;, one-third of the sinin! of the pupil's CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor :-

Hancock's Liquid :Sulphur::: in the bath favorite songs, all interspifV-d with
before elsewhere.
going Ocala. Florida.
than by journeying to the most famous : Just eiiousb; commendation and criticism

sulphur springs. 1 to keep the pupil's good opinion

Greater benefits to the skin, a clear i of both himself and of her teacher.

TAKE OUR ADVICE AND LOOK and more beautiful complexion: can be There are teachers whose training has
not only ruined voices, but temporarily
had by using the harmless Hancock's :I

Liquid Sulphur for the toilet than by harmed general health as well. Over ; THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO.
| against thee charlatans of the profes-
the use of dangerous drugs and cosmetics '! sion there are conscientious men and

; women who can detect faults in a

Liquid Sulphur cures dandruff, ECzema voice and know Low to correct them
pimples, salt rheum, itch hives, i\; and who work carefully and enthusiastically PLACE"McGrath's ..Jl.rwJ 6y l sU.Ji"r

H. B. MASTERS erysipelas and all open sores. It is for each individual pupil. 0'timt.-SlUX.

nature's greatest germicide. Write to I j I It is not easy to tell the good teacher ,I

Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Baltimore i I from the quack, and you will find bitter Old Stand

I early experiences in a successful -
Md., for free booklet, or ask your drug- many MarglaDdClub
d OCALA FL.H. singer's car r.-Leslie's Monthly. -
gist for Hancock's Liquid Sulphur.
I .

The Star had a pleasant call Monday
1 WEAK HEARTSre from Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hendrix of Rebuilt and Newly Furnished

_ EVENING STARC. Lochloosa. Mr. Hendrix recently purchased Till Autocrat Exist Solely by the
caused by indigestion. If you eata
of R. will of tbe People. .
the mercantile !business I
little too much, or if you are subjectto Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family Use. High Grade Whiskies Brandies
And it came to pass; that In the very
G. Muglesdorff who for fourteen earsconducted
L.. BITTINGER & CO. attacks of indigestion, the stomach height of modern times an arbitrary I I etc.Leer. I Ii Pure Rye tastes

expands-swells and puffs up againstthe a store at I.ocliloosa.Lavender tyrant ruled over a !great country called j I Ale and Soda tot Family Trade. The Purest Liquors Obtainable AreI

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll heart. This crowds the heart and America. The name of this tyrant i I Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous Treatment Assured to All. old because it is
for moths out
keeping and all the inhabitants I
shortens the breath. Rapid heart beats I was KverybodydoPhlt
and PublishersC.
Proprietors woolen goods. Nothing else so
and heart disease is the result. Kodol your I of the land bowed themselvesto old. A It is a

ood. Postoffice Drugstore. : his will.Terror AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS
Dyspepsia Cure digests what :you eat,
L. BITTINGER, ------- --- ---- --- : of the autocrat caused grown \vhiskey'\vhich
takes the strain off the heart cures Indigestion -
Editor and General Manager. : men and women to cast aside every I
dyspepsia, sour stomach and
contribute nourishment, strength and ,i dictate of common sense-sometimes I GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT time has broughtto
of honesty as well. Children over-
health to every organ of the body. studied! wearing out precious eyesight, A Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries; With Free Delivery. Special Attention ripeness. It
Editor and Business ManagerYou
City Sold by William Anderson. i cramping growing organs, yet w tLerswbl'Ier..1 I, Given to All Orders.
under their breath the "written down
name i I We do the Largest Mail Order Business in the State. All Orders Filled on Re-
I of Kverylwdydoebit and the evil wenton.
will never get a cheap ride in Hon. H. W. Long has drawn up plans .l i i i turn Train.Separate.
: Men bought houses and Huropean I I old with all the
your life to Augusta, Ga., or Columbia, I
Ii for the enlargement and improvementof
J passages, automobiles and other expensive I
S. C., than that offered in the Southern the present court house building and : luxuries, the cost; of which was I characters of

Railway's excursion of next Friday. will submit them to AnhiUn-t George out of all proportion to their Income. j i White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and

See advertisement elsewhere. MacKay. Mr. Long thinks the improvements FlINSURAN !, "Everybodydoe&it"! was the explanation I Up Town Places age"mellowness -

can be made, according to they gave.
Sorriest of all was the case of the I ripeness
CURED OF CHRONIC DIARRHOEA these plans at a cost of from $1S!, QO to I ,
I young girls. They patronized uuwholevimc I
$:!OIJlJIJ. The tax payers of the countyshould .
not forget that the commissioners s
by dix-aafd winds they o overdressed DIRECT, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
"I wish to say a few words in praiseof desire to meet them at their meeting Accidents Will Happenand i abandoned the\ gentle ideals of their I are several so-

Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and the first Monday in August to learn I wutl\ -rs' day and grew old before their J 'VVe A.1'VV8YS Please called "Club"Vhis.

Diarrhoea Remedy" says Mrs. Mattie their wishes about the proposed Im- they arc as liable to happen to I time. "Kverybodydoesit," they said. I that
And thus it was in all! classes of society keys are not
provement. else. No matter
of Martlnsville.: "I suffered you as any one I
from chronic diarrhoea for more than how small your possessions may be throughout the broad lallll.11 i The Carmichael. & Son Co., Maryland Club. You

should have them insured. men and women young and old recognized can tell it by the taste.
ten years, and during that time tried A VERY CLOSE CALL"I you the sway of erybodydoesit: and : Ocala Florida

various medicines without obtainingany FIRE IXSURANCK bowed their necks to his :yoke.-Philadelphia I

permanent relief. Last summer stuck to my engine, although every XorthlllCI'ic.ln.. I -
saves hundreds of people every -
one of my children was taken with joint ached and every nerve was rack- I
from ruin. Don't I let
year your I
An Accommodation
cholera morbus, and I procured a bot- ed with pain," writes C. W. Bellamy, a I
property bnrn. Let us protect the lake district of England there i hiV'fcBSiTY i l COLLEGE _
tle of this remedy. Only two doses locomotive fireman of Burlington.Iowa ulIl! III I ;,i { '
!I I you, etc.HALLI !id a tiny railway which has only one 'I ; RICHMOND, ,
were required to give her entire relief.I was weak and pale without any ap a 4F MEDICINE, VIRGINIA. I II I i DAMEThe
train run by two officials one of whom
decided the medicine 1"1 and all down. As I WHEELER I '.UDICiKS-OEITiSTtiY-PH/IRMACY I /
then to try myself run was BAWLS & is managing director, ticket collector, r _

and did not use all of one bottle about to give up, I got a bojtle of Electric I guard and porter and the other chief i | M&.CM! La!atones m charj,*pccia1ists..
I ,
:Merchants Block .
before I was well, and I have never Bitters, and after taking it I felt engineer, engine driver and stoker. The 'i.r? System Superior, Cauu.S.I : Leader In Ice Cream
era 1 :detnhi! i.; in' :r un'Vi
since been troubled with that complaint -I as well as I ever did in my life. Weak, Ocala. Florida. train stops anywhere. It frequently -', : '.Uat. ..-.:-Tn!:PROCTOR. III, llypl1iIII1
One cannot say too much in fa- sickly! run down people always gain -- --- -- ------ goes off the line but crowbars are carried I anflI --- ,li ----+ WELCOMES OPPOSITION
vor of that wonderful medicine." This new life strength and vigor from their I with which the train is persuaded I I, Il Hll DEFIES COMPETITION

remedy is for sale by all druggists.Mr. use. Try them. Satisfaction guaran- to return to its proper position.Yhen For
friend of either orticiai'Is observedthe A
THE a '
'r The of theVELVET
teed by the Antl- lonopoly Drugstore. WATCHESAnd originator
train is brought to a standstill. Atone YeIH

Hugh Stanaland and Private Bill Price, 50 cents. time, when the managing director : BRAND

Moorman of the Oklawaha were in FRISCOSYSTEM was courting the daughter of a farmer REPAIRSGO Any color l or flavor.

town Tuesday. Mr. Moorman came to Dr. Walter Hood's patients at Connor I through whose lands the line ran the

interview the printer about publishing Mi'ssrs. Peebles and He\\ell. and I youug lady would take her stand at agate : TO- Orders filled on demand in any quan

the doings of the Marion hornets (Co.'the children of Mr. and Mis. Pat Randall certain every evening, the train tity desired.
would be stopped' and the young man R G. B. EIHE I
H, Seventh Florida) in which Private are recovering their health under OPERATESDouble .
would kiss her good nightitluvthuod. 1 ----- -- -- -- ---
Bill and a number of other brave Ma- his skillful treatment. The doctor always ;1 The Jeweler, I

rionites did valiant service. The au- carries such an atmosphere of DaiiyTrains I Long '\\ II I I ; THErNEW

thors of this narrative, which is in geniality; with him that only the most Carrying Pullman Sleepers, Cafe 'I In 1753 in the ninety-sixth year of 3
Can (a la carte) and (hair a ((7 t.
verse were Johnnie Warren, who now determinedly sick person can resist Cars(seats free).

Jives near Flemington and A G. Ruth- getting well when he is in attendance. Electric burghe. THE FAIRHas BARRET
Lighted ThroughoutBETWEEN _
ble woman but her memory is preserved -
erford who lived in Long Swamp, but r re
on account of her long widowhood --- .- ---
went on the last long journey some BASEBALL PLAYERS I
Birmingham,Memphis and Kansas City which lasted:: I seventy-one 'l'nrs.lIeI' a fine assortment of
months Dick Stevens was captainof I
I AND TO ALL POINTS IN father, the first Lord Tweeddale,
the company. The i*>eni was first fought at Marston Moor in 1G44. FRESH FANCY CRACKERS
Texas,Oklahoma and IndianTerritoriesAND i
printed in Knoxville Tenn.: in 1S63. I Louis< J. Kruger ex-champion long THE: This Countess:: of Hoxburghe's long I I

distance foot racer of Germany and Far West and Northwest. widowhood is Insignificant! compared -Fresh Evaporated
with that of certain Agnes Skinner. I
Holland, writes Oct. 27th. 1901: "Dur-
According to an inscription in Camber-! I APPLES AND PEACHESin
ing my training of eight weeks' footraces THROUGH
SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS AND well church, this worthy woman diedin I pound packagesI -
Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N. Y., at Salt LakeCity. in April last, Atw t
KANSAS CITY. 140)! at the age of 11D years, havingsurvived i 1
writes: "Before I started to use Foley'sKidney
I used Ballard's Snow Liniment to
her husband only eight years i
Cure, I had to get up from 12 greatest satisfaction. Therefore I highly ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP less than a century. I I CAFE DES GOURMENTS

to 20 times a night, and I was all recommend Ballard's Snow Linimentto from Ga., and
Excursion tickets Atl&nts 1
_ and
Ground Coffee in pound
I j
All., to points! in I
bloated with dropsy and -
up my eyesight all who are troubled with sprains', lie Just a Man. I
!Southwest! on sale first and third sejled.
was so impaired I could scarcelysee bruises or rheumatism. :5c", 50c., $1 Tuesdays of each month. I, Don't be a gentleman. Lincoln was I glass jars hermetically
one of my family across the room.' bottle. Sold by the Anti Monopoly Descriptive literature, tickets arrangedand a man. Who ever spoke of the "gen- A very superior article, full strengthI 0'trEi
t I
I had given up hope of living when a Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.CREAMERY through reservations trade;! upon application tlemanly Shakespeare Think of describing -I
friend recommended'oley's Kidney to Grant as a gentleman! How I I i Full Line of-
f. E. CLARK. TRAV. PASS'R AST., would it look in history to read about
Cure. One 50 cent bottle worked wonders BUTTERThe ATLANTA, GA. I '
our great gentleman George Washington STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES
and before I had taken the third S. L. PARROTT, ? Nobody ever dubbed Solumon -_--_- __ _-_-h -_--___ -_ err r
bottle the dropsy had gone as well as Carmichael and Son Co. keep DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT. with the name of "gentleman." "Agentleman"

all other symptoms of Bright's Dis- constantly on hand, receiving a fresh ATLANTA, GA.The is the snob's title for a SUMMERSTYLES

ease. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.Mr. supply every two days delicious, pure do nothing, a fellow about town, a
tailor made loafer a confidence sharkor W. SMITH. HARDWARE- Agents
Georgia creamery butter. 25:; cents per 01 ,
W. M. Mjers, of near Dunnellon.: pound, kept on Ice. Phone No. 37. a society stalk. Be a man.-Hayfield I I ; ONE-DAM PER RESERVOIR STOVE. IT rooKS WITH LESS'WOOD

was In town Tuesday attending to his Mower. I ': IX LESS TIME THAN ANY OTHER STOVE. BEAUTIFUL,
taxes. He is a trucker and finds ready OATS WANTEDWe p THE shqtfip Hourly nt-b..ned. j t |i I DURABLE AND RELIABLE.I .

sale for all his produce in the Dunnel 1 "What Is jour favorite opera?" asked Handsome line of piecegoods I Carload of Hickory Wagons Just Received
lon market. will buy all the good threshedoats 1 the unman who was trying to
TEXAS PACIFIC I youug in stock for suits HARDWARE
I make conversation.Mr. : WE CARRY a Full Line of GENERAL
offered us at the market price. I
and overcoats.We ,
PILES UPON TOP OF PILES OCALA SEED STORE. fAp Cuun looked startled. trousers .
I --- ----- ---
----- -
--- -
0 RAILWAY r "I earn say," he answered.", "My favorite are up-to-date in material ---

Piles upon top of people have the jxjeui is 'The Hecessional,' and and workmanship.

Piles, and DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve I R. D. FULLER, my favorite painter is Rembrandt, but All orders skillfully and j Special Sale
Great Eastern 1 forget what mother and the girls
cures them. There are many different
DENTIST told me to say my favorite opera 1sWaohi:1g'ton ."- promptly executed work
kinds of Piles, but if the ,
you get genu- and Western Line Star.A fully guaranteed. : of Sewing Machines
ine and original Witch Hazel Salve, Office Over Munroe & Chambliss

made by E. C. DeWitt & Co. of Chicago Bank, Ocala Florida. Across the Entire States of Good Plan. Jerry Burnett I

a cure is certain. H. A. Tisdale of __ __ h__ Mae-Are you going to the matine. !:, We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used- om

Summerton, S. C., says: "I had piles 20 tLs! afternoon ISlaniLe:! -No. I must Merchant Tailor out little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have

years and DeWitt's Salve cured me after -; J. E. CHACE, TEXA$ .und LOUISIAAS'1 I stay Louie. The hairdresser", is coining been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts replaced -

Mar-Why don't you Latwo sets? for service. Each machine it adjusted, tried
everything else failed. Sold by I and made as good as new
William Anderson.H. DENTAL SURGEONOffice IK"'' BLF 1" \:\..Sll r I: tp'E: ::"1P1'Direct Then you could\ leave oae.-Cleveland \VHIT JB&'SCream :j and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
Leader. I
Upstairs Commercial Bank Line to VermifugeTHE ; and tried, if desired.

E. Martin and two children of Ox- BUilding Ocala! Florida.! If jou can't tell all you know about I We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12,

ford spent Sunday with his brother, u NORTH TEXAS ally one! don't hint that you can tell ind each is a bargain at the price.

E. Martin, at Rock Springs. TERMS CASH jon-ethim! and make it worse.-Atchi-! I We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and WIN:

D.-I NEW MbXlCO, son Globe. ,i on" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment.
CHEERFULLY RECOMMENDEDFOR W. H. MAREAN, M. ARIZONA DOMESTIC TROUBLESIt J i Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records for $5.

is exceptional" to find a firmly ,1

I O. G. Higbee Danville Ills., writes SURGEON CALIFORNIA where there are no domestic ruptursjceasionally REMEDYTHE Goods \
to the treat- I' House Furnishing at"SMITH'S"
Dec t, 1901: "About two years ago I Special ment of attention Chronic given Diseases and Diseases but these can be l ls sCnd'iiy f : Furniture and

was laid up for four months with rheu-I of Women anl Children. RITE foREW BUI,1111'TE\.tr.: : fREE having Dr. King's New Life Pills! CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.

matism. I tried Ballard's Snow Lini- Ocala Fla. I E.P.TURNERGeneral l''h trouble they save by |1 ItWAUt OF IMITATIONS. 1!

iment ; one bottle cured me. I can' iffice ever T>dings' Drugstore. Of- ( their great work in Stomach::; anl Liver I THE 6INUIMC PMIPAMD ONLY nYBallardSnow 1I I

cheerfully recommend It to all suffer floe hours from 8 a. m., to 12 m.; i Passenger Agent trouble They not only relieve:! you but l Liniment Co. :

r ing from like affliction. 25c., 50c., $1. from :2p.m.to5p.rr" I 'ure. Twenty-five cent at the AntiMonopoly ST. LOUIS, MO. [ Ocala Furniture Co.
Rt'sldenceo. 60 X. Main St., known
Sold by the Anti
-ucnopoly Drugstore _
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. u the Naaa cott&ge. Dallas Texas. Drugstore, Ocala Fla. I .




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Miss Johnnie Liddon's Party in Honorof .
cold Butter-Milk at Taylor's. Washington July :l'u.- Fair tonight I OCALA
Misses Colclough and Woolridge.
and Thurs iy'. \t-fpi showers andthunderstorms

Telephone 116, if you want painting j I ;; Thursday in west central Miss Lucile <'tJld. ugh of Gainesville ; mui 1 11I

done. portion. and Moss Claire Woolridge of Tampa U

guests of Mrs. Clart-iiie Camp, werethe

- Summer lap rob a at Mclver & Mac- There is more catarrti In this section charrniiiif honorees of a two card I I j

Kay's. it the country than all other; diseases party given by ills Johnnie LiddonTuesday .

I put together, and until the last few i iI I evening, at the home of hn CAPITAL, $ oO ( OO. t

Champagne Mist at Taylor's. La- I :years was supposed to be incurable. parents, Mr. and Mrs. t'. A. Liddon on

dies' favorite.Unadulterated:. For a great many years doctors pronounced I j Oklawaha avenue.

I it a local disease and prescribed I I! The ..Tarun.effect_ was beautifully" 1

Pepsi-Cola at Tay- local remedies, and by constantly I carried out over the lower floor of the DIRECTORS I :!11/
i I .
lor'a. Try it. falling to cure with local treat- !!! house, m myriads of Japanese lanterns, -

ment, pronounced it incurable. Science I I bunting in the Japanese shades; and! R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Edward Hiller, J. K. Christian. J JI

Fruit Frappe cream at Taylor's. 'has proven catarrh to be a constitutional Southern smilax in artistic profusion.

Taylor-made. 'I dlsanrI tharefore requires I Over the punch bowl I a large Japanese I George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford. $

constitutional I treatment. Hall's Catarrh urnbrlU. surrounded by small Japanese I .1f

Nervola, Grenadine and several new I Cure, manufactured by F. J.
lanterns, cast a beautiful glowover

drinks at Taylor's.Red I Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio, is the only I the entire library.In I President: .'___. ... Cashier 1-

constitutional the market.
cure on the parlor: where: the receiving I HERBERT A. FORD F. L. WATSON.
Rock Ginger In pints and It is taken internally in doses from ten ,
'I. I part stood, Japanese bunting was
quarts, at Troxler's.A I drops to a teasjioonful. It acts directlyon { I'.,
I draped across the room and Japanese
the blood and mucous surfaces of w' I \ :
I !lanterns II
ad led much to the: beauty of I -
full line of Tobaccos and C> TS at the system. They offer one Buck Builder..

Tydings and Company's. dollars for any case it fails hundre.I. the The sceile.nine tables for the games of II I The vegetable rock: builders are found IWIVER!/ & MACKAYOcala

Send for circulars and testimonials. I In the ooze which covers the marina
cards mete in the large verandas andJapanese
Three flavors of Ice cream in stock Address: F. J. CHKXEY & CO., plants drawn up from the bottom of I .

all the time, at Taylor's. Toledo Ohio. I lanterns strung around the j the sea. As shown by the microscope, .

I entire porch caused the scene to remind they are keen to consist of zigzag links
Sold by druggist 73 cents. i Florida
I us of fairyland. i or boxes, attached at their corners. :
Pearl tooth wash Is the best. We sell Take Hairs Family Pills for consti .
Tiny Japanese fans for the ladies, tied i The&vegetable forms, so minute as to ;
It. PoatofHce Drugstore. I Ii
pation. >with red; ribbon, 1 lettered and numbered j be Invisible to the human eye, have i

in gold and little Japaneaa. umbrellas I the power of secreting the elements Ii i and
Work done by Sternberger In paint- THE VOTE BY WARDS j of flint or silica from the water In Phosphate Mining Washing Machinery -
for the gentlemen, were used for -i
ing and paltering: guaranteed.Best I !i which they live. They are very curiI -
the scores, which were tied with yellow -
\\II"-I-'or bonds Gl I ously marked and there are many varletles "
First against
work in painting and : : 1 and red ribbon as each couple progressed of them. It will be seen that in Wagons Buggies Phaetons Surreys Carriages :
paper- 1. H.nI-IIr 1 lands, S2; ;iginlst.: 2. ;
: after having played the best their structure the lines of beauty have
hanging done by Stern}ierger. Third-Fur bonds 4X. against, .", I
I 'j two out of three games. Mrs. Clarehreramp not been forgotten. The city of BetUn

i f'uuJth-I..I' l
Mr. O. IL Nichols of Oxford passed 'futal- For bunds, :lM::; against, 1'!: 'talk tied the ribbons for the remains: of these minute vegetableI HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

I Sunday In .'I'ala'isitin friends. .scores. Miss lola Liddoti and Mr. D.Ja I I forms, and the unstable foundations of

WILLIAM ANDERSONAsks i| the Louses Is due to this fact They :
< k Reiifroe of Cjuitman, Ga., met and : Materials Kind and
Lot of stationery and stationers' supplies I i| are so small that one of them Is but Building Every Description
welcomed the guests, and the: followingrettived
Just received. Ocala News Co. the readers of this paper, who are I the seventy-millionth part of a grain.
them in the Miss
dyspepsia! parlor: :; They Increase by subdivision, one being -
suffering with indigestion or
I I Johnnie 1,1'Mon.' Ur. Jallll'S1.. Dell of of to million FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS -
capable Increasing a
For reliable and
painting papering to call on him at once and get a bottle !
(:ainrsvill.Miss Colclough of Gaines by this process In twenty-four hours.
see J. Starr Sternberger. phone 116. of Kodol Cure. If knew I 01
Dyspepsia you ,'iII... Mr. Claude Hunt of Jacksonville.Miss Their method of building is simply by

the value of this remedy as we know it''!I Wooliidge of Tampa, and Mr. \" living and then dying and leaving their Phosphate Plants Installed Complete i
Tracy Morris, the efficient railroad I
you would not suffer another day.: KoI I T. Wheeler.MNs ,, flinty skeletons to form the solid rock.

agent at Dallas! was in town Monday. dol Dyspepsia Cure is a thorough di- !' Colcoughs! gown was vmbroidtied They block up rivers, give the green .'

gestant and tissue building tonic asI I tinge to the Arctic ocean, form a white .
mull over taffeta tiimined with I
Gerig's Witch Hazel Soap, best for well. It is endorsed personally by: | stone which has been found in masses r
lace and tibbon. Miss Woolridge wasilifs.sr1 I I
hard water. Try It, Postofflce Drug- hundreds of people whom it has cured i; i COO miles longsand 800 feet thick, and SAFEGUARD THE CHILDREN J
; in pink organdy over taffeta.elaborately EDWARDS BROTHERS
I the clouds of dust which are blown
store -
of indigestion, dyspepsia palpitation of I
trimmed in lace and rib- from the desert are wade of them.
I up :
the heart and stomach troubles generally I Notwithstanding all that is done bj i
I t I
IJ"". Miss Johnnie Liddon's dress was .
Hammocks, lawn swings, settees, veranda Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests boards of health and charitably inclined -
I of white Paris muslin over taffeta.I! The Abaca IB Japan i i AT THE CITY MARKET
rockers etc., at :McIver & Mac- what eat. It is pleasant, palatable persons, the death rate among small!
you I Mrs.! ClariHe Camp was becomingly :!I The Japanese shopkeepers use the

Kay's. and strengthening. united in white Patis muslin. Miss 'I abacus, or sorobau, t*> universally that children is very high during the hot I :

I lola LiiMoii woie white silk tiimined : the stranger quickly conies to a realizIng weather of the summer months in the'I'1 Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

Hire's Root ller, OingeraJe and LECTURE TONIGHT sense of the absence of all mental l lI large cities. There is not probably one
I Valenciennes lace.The i
Raspberryade in pint bottles 10c.. atTroxlei calculation in the empire. In lieu of case of bowel complaint in a hundred,,
Dr. IiudsariII Ire-tun at the fees-I Japanese maids alt bed in mostjeitching :,I
'a. paper and pencil any child or adult however, that could not be voted b>
.yterian I church tonight on "'1'hiugst' I I | kimonas were Miss Sallie
-- I! will at once take up the soroban when the timely use of Chambelain's Colic,, WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY
Might to kiuiv aiid f-t-l I about the HIjle. I Campo Miss I'asshl)' of Jacksonville, given a problem In mathematics and
For Protection against loss by fire, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Fur
." KvfrjUidy: inchINDIGESTION* I Miss codes Hatchell Miss Evelyn rattle Its beads about as though he
call on Ditto, real estate and Insur- I sale by all druggists. AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
-- I Ion, lisnni... :\Ialh.awl Miss I were amusing hlmt>elf. The principle
ance, Ocala, Fla.
(I'aro Liddon. They piesi.led at the of the little instrument is this: Each -
I With Its companions, heartburn. Hatalence I J punch\ lo\\l I and served punch duringthe !I of the live beads In the broad lower REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER .
Mr*. W. L. Ditto of Jacksonvile, who I division of the board represents one
torpidity of the liver constipa- I'lltirtt''t'llillg
has: beenlsiting friends in Ocala, rt. j I unit, and each solitary bead in the narrow I!
-I lion, palpitation of the heart, poor''! Miss \alt-ta Potter won the ladies' TYPEWRITERSJust
tuuif-d home today. I I upper division; represents five
i blood, headache, and other nervous I prize, a handsome Japanese bottle, and 1 units. Each vertical column Is thus Received at- ONLY A FEW SHIRTS

Before contracting for your wall papering symptoms sallow skin, foul tongue, offensive i the gentlemen's prize, a cut glass ink I worth ten units. Each vertical column OCALA MUSIC COMPANYJohn II I

I breath and a legion of other bottle. was awarded to Mr. Koe.!s.An represents units ten times greater than I I "
and painting, see M. C. Dosh at :
Mclver & MacKay's. aliments is at once the most widespread j adveitisemeiit contest was indulged I those in the column immediately to the Miller of the west end of the ,
_.___r I and destructive malady among Ithe j in by those nut playing whist, right of it. exactly as in our own system county was in town Monday, and reported I LEFTIf

[ American people. The HerLin 1 awl hiss Sara Whittield having I.utI"f't ," of notation by means of the Arabic that a negro boy named Young
Will Cooper and Will Ward are i prisoners I I
numerals. in arithmetic
treatment: will cure all these troubles. :/ her and! conevtly guessed the" Any sum '
I drowned in Uird
near Early
was a pit
in the city jail, charged with
II I can be done on the sor LaD, even to
:iOc. bottle. Sold by the .1nli-lir onop.o- mast advt-itisements, was :awarded the Sunday, while in swimming. : you want to buy a DOLLAR SHIRT for
fighting. Ioth! are ('ulurt>el. the extraction of square and cubic
I y Drugstore Ocala, Fla. ni/.e.; a beautifully bound book. I j
H I roots. I
.\1 the close of the games delicious
Large lot of new graphophone records CROUP I 52cYou
THE THIRD GAMEAt ice cream and cake were served and! Handy With Text.
latest selections just received at !
I thus: passed another delightful evening James Whitcomb: Kiley told a story Is a violent inflammation of the mu- ,
the Ocala. Furniture Company. 1:3tll'. m.. at the close of the !;t'l'-
I fur (Il'al.a's society people. of an old fellow who asked for work at cous membrane of the windpipe, which had better come and get one now, as our supply is
and inning, tlir I srure'yts ., to u in f:
l-I Following are the names of those who the Riley farm in the poet's boyhood. sometimes extends to the larynx and :
M.:.=s Lui-ile Colclough. one of Mrs.Clniincf K>r of the taus.The : I II
II He but did short .
I iVeie present )IiI's'ouh'ilg... of Tampa I was set at hoeing potatoes bronchial tubes, and is one of the most running .
Camp's fair guests, returned -----
not tl1 be especially Industrious. I
and Miss I i Colclough of Gainesville.Misses prove dangerous diseases of children. It almost -
fa her home: in Gainesville today. I pill that will, will fill the bill, II I When taken to task for his lack of application Anderson, Hell'ean- always: comes on in the night. THEY ARE GUARANTEED NOT TO FADE
Without a gripe he only replied "Waal, the
ilersoii. Marie Williams, Smith, Give frequent small doses of Ballard'sHorehound
Mrs. Charles Baker is home from To cleanse the liver without a quiver, I Georgia good book says. 'Do all things In mod

Troy Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Baker now : Take one at nl ht.DeWitt's I Valeta Potter, Beatiice Sinclair, Esther eration.'' "Well, it came on dinner Syrup and apply Ballard'sSnowLiniment

Weatheis. Mona Edith Pi- last the humorist "and externally to the throat.
Hiller. time at !
occupy Mrs. K. J. Bedding's house. Little Early Risers are small, !
.11t. Eulalie Izlar Eloyse Izlar. Ethel the old codger did his bare nobly. Intact 2 ac.. 50c., Jl bottle. Sold by the AntiMonopoly :THE BOSTON STOREJ.
easy to take, easy and gentle in effect I'
I Robinson. Meta Jewett. Sara; Whittield, f he ate enough to kill two or three Drugstore.
The excellent cigars made by Charles yet they are so certain in results thatno
I l ordinary men. Some one gently hinted
Aii'iie Davis. Messrs. J M Dell Gaines- I
Peyser, the Milo Deyo and Grand Royal one who uses them is disappointed.For I that the text didn't seem to apply. He
,'iII... M J lloess. Coinell. H C Hunt :
can be had at the Ocala News Co. quick relief from biliousness sick I opened a worn little BIble and imperturbably -

headache, torpid liver, jaundice, dizziness 'Jacksonville.i D J Reiifroe. Quitman! pointed! to a passage. It read, :!I M. MEFFERT. J. H. TAYLOR.

The stock surrounder is again in the and all troubles arising from an Ga.. W II Powers 1>1'. Daniels. W T Whatsioev thy hand findeth to do, do Mr. 'B. IL Seymour desires to correct

!saddle so owners of cattle and hogs I inactive, sluggish liver Early Risersare Wheeler riifton Camp. Clifford An- it with all thy might.. the impression he lost all his lumberin

| n, Howard Clark, Harvey Clark, his late fire. This is a mistake. He Co
had better kppp j them oft th+ streets.A unequaled. Sold by Wm. Anderson.For I Ocala Ice &
I J-.hii .lalll<:\\s. J H Taylor. W T Taylor Dow and Arrow Drill la Calaa. has thousands of feet of seasoned' Packing

Stephen Je\ett, Sandford Jewett In 1SIHJ, a year after the war with his three miles
dressed lumber at mill ,
rather email audience heard Ur'l the next thirty days, we offer a .
''K I J Crook, o II Hun E T Helvenst Japan so disastrous for China a high
i se. north of Ocala consisting of flooring .r
Davis at the courthouse last night but Special Cut in Harness to Reduce our I who bad
Chinese official never seen afchot
I 'in, Laurie Scott, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.Watson. I ceiling and siding. Give him a call. Have the neatest and most up-to-dateUce working
they were well rewarded for attending. Stock, before moving this departmentinto I tired penned a memorial to the I
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller Mrs. I
new quarters. Mclver & MacKay. throne to prove that China's defeats'were plant in this section and as a [result are
1.11I'lr Liddun. Mrs. Clarence t'm .
Master Robert Sanders who has been ) due solely to her having exchanged NEW NOVELS CHEAP

visiting in Ocala has returned home, Dr. 1 I':. Van Hood, who has barn touring the methods of warfare I turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.

atrompanied by his cousin, George Kuroi-e and Asia for the last three THE ORIGINAL taught by the sages for newfangled The Ocala News Co. has just reeeh'- !I

Martin. months, will SIMHI sail for Xv York European:: ideas and European weapons. ed a large number of such books a" I I: Phone No. 84.
The memorial was published with commendation
and will return to Ocala. early in .\uuH FoleyCo.., Chicago, originated 1 "The Crisis," "The Virginian" etc., .
from the throne, and I
L I..... Priest ot, Vnthony was in town ust. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung I recruits myself whic it will sell at 25 cents.; If you
Chinese practicing
Tuesday and reports that all his spare I remedy and on account of the great I I outside the walls of Peking(; with bows wished to be amused or instructed

time is given to. cultivating his forty *>\. Hutu Rowland's son-tn-law. I merit and popularity: of Foley's Honey i and arrows.Valentine Chlrol In National call on the Ocala News Co. They "e
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acres of corn. Mr. Everhart. who has l.een spending i land Tar, many imitattions are offeredfor Review. a. very fine collection of books. ,
some time in Ocala will return to the gf' for Foley's Honey I
Mrs. J. C. Porter and daughters Asheville" X. ('. Ills wife will accompany and Tar and refuse any substitute Tbe Dead Sea. IT IS NO JOKE
I There are no fishes in the Dead sea {
Misses Bessie and Marguerite, will him.mcordia. offeied as no other preparation will I I

SHun (leave for Illinois to spend a month give the same satisfaction. It is mildly i -no life of any kind. The percentage Tongue the plumber will fix your i At the City Market] I
of solids in the water is enormous ,
i with relatives.I (\ IioJsre! of the Fraternal laxative. It contains no opiates and is I about 2 6 per tvnt. The principal solid leaking faucet free of charge. Call on

I'nitm installed its officers last night. safest fur children and delicate per : ingredients are the chlorides of sodium him.
Fresh Meat Fish i and Vegetable* .
have a few choice lots, 90x200 feet The attendance was small. Fratrr tiot- I sons. Sold by Postoftice Drugstore. magnesium and calcium. The Poultry,

one-half block north of Oklawaha, just tlit-b was installation .)ffk..r.fl..... I I deepest part of the Dead sea's bed lies

2,600 feet below the l level of the Mediterranean. t in Season
back of the houses of G. T. Maughs and i the installation!! refreshments weresi TRUNKS ANU VALISES
I Its depth there is 1,310 feet
tad and much enjoyed.
A. G. Gates Price very low. F. W.
Oddly enough it has a cloud system ;:; "!o"" .
Ditto. f. n'.. .-__ and Trade SolicitedFree
: Country
Before going away for the summer of its own for one may frequently see :.' -=--= City i
There will social at the Baptist ,1I
call on us fur your trunk. suit case or i cloud banks lying over the Dead set -...: I

Mr. rharles U.iines. the venerable church in Anthony tomorrow eveninc.There grip.'e have the largest and mot ''I' which are t>io or iUIJ feet below WI Delivery Pbnne J2J.
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will tie excellent: music and refreshments. J- .
carpenter who lived in Ocala so long i varied line in the city. Milver anJlacKar. level of the ocean. ., "- '
.\ cordial invitation i isexten.leJ tat :"
but moved to St. Augustine three .
years DOCTORS '
to the public especially'
ago, died in that city Monday, aged >6 ODORS. OF PERSPIRATION
-f'ars. people of Ocala.FOR BATH TUBS I Mrs. France? L. Scales, of Missouri I UIROntoIDtttt !

I Ydll .\". Ia., writes: "I have been afflicted !
Ytln se the plumber will put in for you I,
SUbJi\'ISlon.1 SALE-Two nice dwellinss of ; with kiiney trouble five years: had i REMOVED AT ONCE FROM THE ARMPITS, FEET, ETc.. BY
Lots 100x204 In Benton's one of the very best porcelain bathtubs
rt''l't"l.t1vt'ly.n and nine looms formerly s:'vvre pains in my back and frequent I
Finest location in town. Price re-I at lii per cent above eot. just to
owned by G. .\. Nash" located on ; ..It.sireto urinate. When riding I experienced r
duced to $200 to $350. They go in a I keep business lively and his customersrtwl 0.V' :I ROYAL FOOT WASH
North Main street three blocks from much pain over the region of a
hurry. Call on Ditto Merchants block, this hot weather.T. I MONTCOI"IER'Irhrough >
the court hou
Ocala, Fla. Ol.ala.II I without benefit and then concluded to

try Kolcy's Kidney Cure. After taking OQLUNS. noBttf JtUISOMvttaNtw Stops Chafing Cures Sweating.Burning! Swollen, Tired :

We have just received a large ship S. M E Robinson and children will 1.
!' three Jl bottles I was completely cured ..
ment of Tablets and Envelopes of all : .' I Feet'Twentylv' ;
I leave in a few days for Atlantic :' Sold by the Postofflce Drugstore. 1 '

sizes and grades: also all kinds of Sta- i I spend' the .remainder of the sum- I Sleepers and Dining i Cars

tioners' supplies. Call and get prices. iiit-r. Miss Fannie Robinson will a,'- ('''r.ts at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ocala. Fla. Money Back
W. Troxlcr. Agent for Huyli'r'sCandy.
Ocala News Company. company her g\It': Fresh Shipments Received I

her home in Savannah, and spend a Weekly. 'JULY I 27, VIA SEABOARD- AIRLINE St Louis and Mobile fSt -J

The new postoffice at Oak. a short mouth there with her.I MEHTS AMID CAME:
AUGUST MAGAZINESJust i Th Seaboard Air Line Railway will FRESH ,
distance north of Spring Park has Louis and New Orleans

commenced sending and receiving mail. will be pleased to see my friendsat ,!run un excursion to Fernandsna July! AT THE CI TY MARKETWe

stand. where I will received. Smart Set. Metropoli. ; :.::7Ih.l, ,'i..l train will! leave Ocala at
R. Hall's old
and A. A.
Fred W. Webber is postmaster FTnandma JUk for ticket tla M. it 0. I;. B. ; keep on hand a full lir.e of the best Beef, Fork Mutton and Sausage -
train will leave I
1 subscriberto do !'l'winganJ dres.-making.' Give me tan. \\ JeWo..IJ., Argos Bed Boot;; I T a. m. :Special I +
the first Star
B. UalsE'1l"as
1 Fresh Vegetables, etc. Careful attention to
to be had. Game in season.
and Ainslee's for August at Martinsnews at 6 p. m. Rate: $1.:::; for throun.1 tdr.P.S.HayM.0.RRMont.gomery
his from the Anthonyoffice. your patronage and I will give you
change L JONES
paper 'I trip. Ala. I orders and qukk delivery made. W. Proprietor fi=
gNJ.1... Mrs. Synubly Simmons.

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: Seaboard Mail.\ ]: II:'..) ,t I,!.,:i,.,foo cavalry i1l ',u:'.;,:.r SPECIAL RATES T IMpAr .... ..... .... J!!.a=1. ...... .... .. .. ... J., T: :: j ICClBHAKCH.
F. lIo--.ti. the hustling groo: 'r.mlorgei hu
..i :t V La. tlVJ \* : his business: and is rE-aJr to
tLay 10't....-..:..:: of aui'J\ ,r;;'t::;'_ !A.SrORD OSAQE: CITY BL& :CH.I .
5 nODKftN PULL'A figUIPMUNT. : --- -- CALIFORNIA, '. Ml.y: the ;.ublic in choice groceries. ,
... 5rrc.'Ae j-Ae.1 rrr k.2:1..4
.11 I
n..tUII" (Ur liiblr. COLORADO and t "IA".. r....I' \rfetablrs.! cool drinks confectionery,
11 Pat:, taIJ': L.:! L.1.y n.yi :
It tL UL, .,f Its 1:i.r: f.aK.vl'a'.or : rtc. Frt delivery wag.,n. Your orvirs .
was UI
= : UTAH to I _.. .... ....n....:t. ........ArUKpjt 1 S x 151flaL. X Sen=& Ar Uy : >; p
9 ONLY LINE OPERATING : !.." .,4y. N;'-ar tL.- < .' ... tL: e via &J aLY ..... Oeuett.......... At.ln..IU..llJ: :. !.. Lake lltl: a M' 1 :ill: p suikiteJ. Iron building South
...a'i < .,i'-d .!i.y'lttii 118 a.or .. .. 3::ne"...".. lor 11 0..,: twp 1' Jr. L. Cry Ar 1 ;,.r. I It '
'-r > i:/ l..nt -.i' u 'L" Union andSouthern I ar.u: .. .. j&4f"r1 d' L. I5 lot 1 ::?1 11 *U Ar Or"Sly( Je Lv :. Say I Ji i Main: street.
: Dally Through Sleepers from JacK5on ; wL&t part of tL liitj.e; : Lt ffu'i t.e

ii:> Pacific 241. U 1t.J, 2t. .... fa ". its 18 ".20-k.2Z- .... 24 11I.21 .L Green the lightning shaver. Call
ville to New Orleans. : 111 aid Ia1 I MATPOHT D iy: ( 5+t a.r.i:
I i his shave ani hair ant
TL.- laht <,1.: r to t-ak was a lad wLuial1 Companies. 1 1: DaL'jrateDt tI&1:, r i:7 BELNCH.eve. j.' j D Iu"J D.Jj gr ad J an try cut you

wit!! a little L-.tatioa: that L.- or... :.a" : <)'I.y will always come. Shave 10c.; hair
7.r fall f4forrcttloa and H;..per It''lru\1oDl. cell on an? Apcat r.-::\! '!..- crat -huptt-rs of ( 1" l ao.;Z..l'cuou't r T N\ a.' I MIL IMp 1. 1pw tMj ,'ut, ;;c.. honing razor. :;c.; concave
H.-.illarl. tu j I'tJ H! iap< fina4{ A>Je.e** :'i>: $ tea' tu.iiiyi! $ f ju >. liiiISKK
: :'lIj ; 'J.. ;, K a i ,: p 13 a,1' Paiio t !M4&. {, CN.: S W:J& :iKp i ; i p razor. .Vi. AUII or Ii first class. No
: A. O. AlocDonell. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, II as:..r. in au tLe Ibt..ut'r.t as Le: ff.'M ALL >,"! .'j'IKASTKKXIK7S'! : U Sal ti t tip., 11C jt I S U >ol $ rt trt i I Wa.* 7 twa. It K ti j S K p iPEKINSULAR I iC | Alberstine Smith! on West Broadway.

Jacksonville, HI*. wiitii to ;.!n .- !LUj r..a!>-,,!.
S I. C flOTLM! IS. JR PlMe,"r AIM lacker.L'lle: Fla.IiiIe "1 'J11 ,..t 1 III wa) II rrbVivt every nt'W AND. I The Editor's Trip Continued

e . iI ; j"-. Lit I will bran and rail tLe I J'.t-,'Iii.;: 1'r.. :j':>a Ci '-.!.'" f-.r I i1uu.a .-- GLOSC CQKhECTlOX! VIDE AT MIAMI I WITH STI1VIHJ Cf nil P. A 0. $. I. CCHPAHY FCI 1 ".\ il UJ/t: thr-u 'h. !but I
.: Lt-\i-r o.t.ry far
bLd >.! .',ur>"' 1 always Late tu make a 5 T-s; T'. ',..-,: ::. .,. ..:. J J'' .::. f-, -i HAVANA AND KEY WEST duitor iirvuolis as hr i'is-scs out of the

neW U-;:Innll;;': J'ji. 1 t.-: '" j-ih-r! 3"" I!. .',.,.i';-. 1-. ..tation. while Porter Davi lifts his hat

f.rii l.-.t: : : >. '..l.-r T I. 1('"4. T\.p.. T1r1 T,3t"I avow ate seep u.hlch \r&.Iu1e U eekd to salve 4td dfpoart in goo-l-b. Train leaves at 9oi.V:; *
trio 16 f;e:.. ':.&Qut 4. tat: LAtl, err..&1 r d.rtrture 4t u.e Um j stated l< eat rc.-all.ffd. liacr
POPULAR EXCURSION '!full) ( illf.. FINEST VESSELS. BEST SERVICE tor deet the! Coapaay !h ol-i UMif: r*..,, ssiU for 427 de.47 or any eosbecnebte .r..:ri taer. aii hour and fifty minutes so

In Jaffa and J>-nalui as: in Malta. t.- f-o=. tikr. a .troll up lay start to BridgeHUi'm. .

nt-rjthuk: ; 1 s of (.t.,hr.i: -i for very .."s is nut Very br *-f. We pass
---1"---[ J.I'X.l'II1X. \ For Cop of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Xafoxm&lUa
CtiTIji! ur I::111..11 oil tliiiiUa4tnta! | arc : ''t.rsi-y WilJums barber shop. Kvtryihii.K
.\ 1'111l'III.II'I'I:: I'-: \
AUIIII. t It gyl of ....'14... lint tu tiivw. >toii;' dtt! -s the A-k f..r :..Iot.. :.1-. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." is n -at. attractive and busy. Return -

ec.IUh.l. H.I'. fetol.c ilirt-a! tintlu{> wilL lijf! street if.- J. r VAN Kxxsii.\KR!: : J. D. RATINER .&..&st. G6& Pftu.. Agent., ST. AUGUETINK, J'LA. ,;. w t- pass 1:1>\'.'a'l..r'B: book
fl TLt Jwt-Ut-rh tl-vnJ aid burrow
-- --- -- "Jt..ranJ [.->' our r -,;f- .tJ. Time short,
; r.--: .I! A't -
Into the! earth -urath. la main o!

FRIDAY JULY 22 1904 tL- JiTusalfUi arid tLitL'U: ; LUlhi.II. 13:) I'. '.- ...- .-': ....t..1' : :.: '. ; ,. 1'1.111'.11 rt"a..t..J.V.., hear the whistlei

., ".
the A. L. excursion train..ry
.:" tb.-rr art la"'lwzh, .ul.Ja! t" O.V.. KLY.: T. P. A.

raid duu.vt. ,. t.. Ain*- in through the gales. We are
c..utt'rHl3. !!ui..Q pan :
Special Train with day coaches and Pullman SleepingCars .ti' to out in the yard where
4,1 n ma) illfj.ii 1.-vral "torl "' it.tutL go

via .. iwdi l
IRam! bL11ir.! uLrv size trifklt-s! uDtL. .:ts.trd, train moving; we are looking

SOUTHERN RAILWAY .r fctoi. .t.j,. Arr'i naut & Florida Ry : b*>-k.'t ser any one. Six wheel

i _____
.1r\ three ona<'h M.le>. and the
1 1I.d llrr liuprrsiloo. "Sowanee River Route.
1r..Yr J.., It. ....i ". I 1.... : 4i |. inI. U" -ir-b'atrd Tom North at the throttle.
!i "Your hiiiitiaud !>a> he ,->.tI.I"I1..1! l
AfI' i '.lun i I.. > ; I'M I. 1(1 .. F,>: !}' iRis.-engers; Conductor and
his butt \iy\ LoUt-st 'u11.! retti.trked the i'.s--) : : 't. ;
.\nh"u",1... fij mT.krttl }M'itf-r: Fast running keeps UI' falling
"ul;,all who Lt-urs all that Is said ill 11.1' I. lb .,1 :.1." 1" .;.d, ..' i i t gnirt "i' 1 I.t..1 I r.iiis: tar vtilit", I.v :' .'n'ka : :<" p .. a :. t-itm one side to th. other of the seat.Wr .

|r.>.inc .Iuntot" ..,..1 try.t't--.--.e' :" :' ... F.-r .,.., tit infurii- ."Y->." answered tLe tlr.l loc,:lc;: 1.\ 1.'j.. : 1 r:! ... j' '.. y. thTsits: Prof. 11 F. }{, .... '
H. V TO :: : L' ;rr f'r.tIG; !; which! mattes for pleasure: lihetherIi.iss
woman "!Jut L.> didn ay whose toil. W- -x. lu-r.g.. greetings and chat. lie
Arl" IB. :
41",1. will U- fUIIlIh..1! mi .tl'I.1I .iMnit tn J I.rsK.Stn't. .. .. .pc. .'.\ .-; or !.!1:1! :>. :is fuIfiU-l! : " the Turky1 -
". Ar ; >o. n. : i- !
.i i .
ill Lr? \Vu h.l.t..u :Mar
1.1"I'IoI..t L \K-nt, I"t Hi) t. J .' .A*..!' :IIf, I'll < ,.1 '; ''''''- in the 'ol-j'-ado! Mountains It i is tLe .tiitfi TS at Yule* for Fernandina. -
I \Aiurrn"- :a n- .. i ; .,..:1. scan to Uflying.. All art-
.. ._ .1.. ; ..:ygrut. if. *h* vacat.unr.: in? from
tr "":1:.u- n: .
No Our.liorruuckii .r )I..!,:;:..:nt'ry .'- :. i :..- *- !."!1. tr-vd ::.Titure: s-r.t:: free onThrough ....:..-{. when "':'aVanhrh! change can'"
1'ia! afra.d I've pot tw.t .
4 F tt : c.-, '
M3C'.n i cr thi 1"I..r.1..aklng us up soon
.. I fir. 4 m 4 : : ...
truu! LfiultTf t'l. -"u nwdn't l.e
> )
Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company ..K.'t-.u ... e.I .'i :?" .,ut in the hfri.. waiting ordrrs.
afraid that ) ,11'11"r d.e sud-lt-Llr! \t AtC;:-ta p-
B. B. 7. -. ir: Sleeper Service From To b.- fontinu-di
li- rr+ ",.b! Fhtrk. nutI.t'IIlt'r.s: >">.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904 .t' '':ltn'i. 7.. .. El T : :..
r you'll l pay H.t' dbt vf naturelowly.. \l..u. 7. ..c.
.4' -- -- ail tLrr Ii..Lh.- S- liI..m: '.. .. ,m St. Louis and
Just ItS tau pay your .\r !ol..mjJ!::" i c: Memphis Every DayLOW MRS. SYNOBLY SIMMONS.FASHIONABLE .
I'Lt t'll.blli Ltd;t r e' ,i. : I
Ar Man-'t: '. a c. :- DRESSMAKER
I.'", I.. h. ::1!l.. i'.d.tlk! i. J.i.-k+on\ile! nnJ. -- .
THAIN NO. 78. 1:10: P. M. all 1"I.t.. "-.,,,t. Al ... fur 11011.t.- :,, UiifVIL III.ul nl(. : Na-nt': ; :1. :. =- I
"\\ It's fithr u.uddt or dtivtr all i > 'T. t. K .1 :. ,., ,.
H .j, --j hr parlors) opposite Mar-
Uiii.i :O-/iI1\1I1. fhi. ......, vU l)ni; r S' .. :::
tfcf tu! .*." jr ,.\\' i'-d the> |1...> lnll-t.I \r t'i. __ = II; I L PARROTT '... i.ibv.! whfe" she is fully prepar-
I'Urr rtiut. .. GEO. H. LEE S.
I 'Hut. i i'.T'--l' i-at Itttr (iitiiaiat.\-;. K r -. .. -1! to i<> all kinds of fatty and plain'
For Ix-ritliuri. I'r.uim. Trilby, Crook- '." tilt a !i;>>-:!,:?' it I S :t i*> u"\erN'lli Ar.l'.:....'.'.,,:: ... n. ... 1 ,0" I' .-= Asrt. I-.ft; Pas*. Agt.
'i'--s n .k;n; in the latest stylEat
TRAIN NO.34,1:10 P. M. t11Ir. !'lul..n1'rlI1P.. ,' ::.ti,iil> tad duay". .t 1'-" Oe- i r. r. I \r L .. P. k. Ark.. At.. r.ta. 'i3.: >
.\!. t !l ,,,.:" 1" a IB t ,sfi,: : ii">::' -. 'utur.g and fitting a ape-
lir-ilr.ilr.: St IVtcrsbtirg. LakfUnd,, : troll 1 mrn-, ,,.
..'>'. Your patronage is solicited.
..fIIl'\. anJ points. I >.).:J trim; fr> :s Ja : tier II..!.... Tr*.; fr.::. i I'a a'kaoMf.r.i-r. A: t.t -: *
TRAIN NO. 47 3.25 P. M. Fur Julii-Ur. tlulf Jun.-ttun. liumosas- i ..
: I "1 shall be i.arr.t-d; to IMck! textcreek : :'&Ira .r..: ;-h: fr.-r:: Ja'i-\ LALEXAiVDERPractical
lx>c. ,'- :" "- I>'i-.r f 5'i
and IntrIlPJtntP .
ss pulnt "
: : c 'nrent:' .: ; : :;- i .. :
.. .
T. ..
r"'f Juilcttr. High SITI.... I4\* O-, I "1 ThoughtU !-:!....1 J U'd be tat hst: :f'llma'.:..t.. ... : -':. .' -

TRAIN NO. 45, to: to A. M. 1'111":1. \Ya)t':>.ss and .ill joints eat r\-r>i-u tt insrrj I t-tn':" t ..,,:. t -. : t :. ii-
"\\" '! 1 Lv.j.- I star:! her: t'1'a..: CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful
.. .
ant \\0'101. ia .: .. ... r Atlantic
Coast Line
t .' ,
'\ ::: : :
TRAIN NO. 49, 7: 10 A. M. F'..r JI.idt.llC! J-.iuti\ 1I\'moaar I..>. tRrxardrd.. = ,: .. : : -. . estimates made: on all contract
and tote: tar ! lntL '. .. .. air ;k. Gives! more and better work lot
I !lade U iak.t--> \.a thank: that .:
the money than any other man in
t ni-ou.f t:. s-.v traf'!.<'- !S :::r:. eii'j -
Trlit No S9 and l 71 i-ari > fullir All HuRr: I1.irior: 1\l!.. town.
Mar[ ,'r1e! 11.- < Lar.v*. 1..l>'. f.-'i: t San 2 .. a FAIR RATESFirst
1' t. it traiurt. coal from I'ttrt' !.,: Air \\rst an Havana on WORLD'S -
h..ut"lf tiUk.a: !o\v to t.L.w::!
SudA).. Tuc..U>i ana Thutr.tay. at 1 lit ;.. I. m

-J : ml' ,, rat-.. thr'u h ,'sr Tt'k - i F. A. Colyer Bros
Fat full cvimj'lrtr ant i tiaMe O! m.'U r i: rt'.U'In ;
St. Louis
GRiPPE class excursion rates to
a'rIUftktI.. .1..r r _J\ ..11"11". et. i.ii. i-f. .i::> \tl.tni: \'.,azt 1.1:.t Tbr II.u. U4

aieut. ur 4.1.11..a. New \vk U! 'i'Vs your !.'i"' :nl and Return: Merchant Tailors*

::!.- for hh! reskfait L.a'-.r.. Mrinwf'I -
T i \\IIIVF.\ :: ii>:i l-- c. 11'rt.
( :;* Oh. !lf' l Uke: anjtL.n: Hare in stock: one of the finest assort-
Pneumonia 101:0: ,", La Qrlpp;:>>. final limit Dec 15 ,
H.I. :illlautTt:; \t..!. .< rr. \\" J 'U\t-: ;. t !, ;i.-.i': I'.i. .\1>"' : $45.55 return of for : CTiU!
suiting holiday
bavtti t ,:t'f.HOT but never foliOv the *s. ..tFD'
\\:1.! ... ",.ai ,'..: > .inn! '
SPRI' GS. ARKANSAS $38 final return limit sixty days err presented to the Ocala public.
HoneyTar .
Style! ani St griaraateed. Cle&tJnc

EY'S 3 0.55 final return limit J5 days dye:: and repairing neatly done. Fall
----- -- - --;- --- - f- Ore Fare Plus $2 t ar te Rcard Tr ;o and $ ;

E i :. *< :> r. -..:t' r\-'ry \\'. : .: act winter guinnsa to your liking.

\VORMSjVE!, R Ml PUCE: !| Sat .r.i..\ rt.t' sS'> .. Itiu-ps the Coi td h eqe tie l.p I Special ten day coach excursions at very Best sum for tie zone: in torn. larctios -

.. .. : ;oacit: -d. No. 3. North Matt
y The Kr.*-"> S>*ttfn.r. PTerea4 r; ::.. ;1 a:;.i r stUOLla : :
__ \. .
#%.' ;t .:ttar Hi... k. Isianl #>?:--r. :-. m low rates I Sr_ two doors rorth of Ocala Iiouer
For 20 Years ss Led all Worm Rernedies.Lb< G 1'A.-IU. af ir Osi-oi.: St.Jt -. CLlcai -- ---- .- -- -- -- -- -
t Mm:i'h:c v't!era th* test' r-"..!*. 1-- -- -
-' XIV .AT. T. .vcioiftj-rM. alw: k7 tti :s ;-.reaniis sftki '.. 5:. Louis via Montgomery anJ
/ Iyee1a1)H 7l.---_;h s':* prs f.on: Jacksosv Ie to
Louis.1 I \\rie for literature :anJ full psrTuUr -..-- W'b.: .i C\--::ii! oa tar Marie wtiel iOLEYSfiOIffiYA.'mTARI

..,- er---.MJAMES-_F..............BALLARD.....- St. ......_..,.. -t. L irrott. Histrict 1'.iS- ,...,', lioN.' .-1>> t.1 t:r.i coapwl1,. L- ...-''-...- _:.1 Nie P R. ani "!>:*.* Fljer" rout i iI !;
i Oca: ,j I I c.u CoU i Pr'I vata Pau,-.. .
I F. J. HuUr. Agent,
irTor auc Sre
For Jjrttrr
tw i41. 4y the AUtl lltut.iy: n JII \'lh. ; .:sl-\.Lu, r\r..t..n-.. . 1 I.err Asxi.t. .\IUX Ue Ox I Ft'sa.e; l':-; :ctX :Fla.




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