The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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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
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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The )fau. Breath. --? ,
"THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT" The great strike of the t'ml'l'JYt"s: of I: The old fable of tie siren has Its ::- f", '. CIGAR FACTORY

meat packing houses has bn called .uplt"3tt. in one of tie most deadly ofweapoiis. .
off. The !strikers are to be 1?i\t-n back C1fj"rn The whistle of a --

their places within fortyfiveLtjs.unl bullet! ou;_Lt to be a deadly sound: it Makers; of the ''r4Y

U surprising to be tuM: that it is a
the question of wags is to I,.- s..ttl..1
NMUUful cue. Mr. II. T. I'n-vuat Hattrr -0MILO -

i by arbitration. During the strike the ?! by say-> in his ;>outn African n ite- ,. DEYO f' : ,
I price of meat has g"n.- up, and its diamonds called "In the Web of a War: { e ,

WHITE COODSWe I tu doughnuts that it will lI'tgo The Mauler's must uielmJum* period! -, Highest Grade 5c. Cigar ,. -

down again. it from y.) to IVJ) yanK +'J\ervtbat -0--

: distance its note !Is the most eiquis.tely;

JACK IS ALL RIGHT : lovely of single; : sounds. 'ILe silky and

have reduced the prices on : breath of tLe Mauser" is a phrase that GRAND ROYAL 4 5r

adequately .describes it.
Jack Hornt-r umpired the ball game
But there is something more about It ? s-a HAVANA CIGARS t .
all White Goods and it is the sati.-fa -Uoii
our yesterday: to compete < than its beauty, something; stransre
of all. He is thoroughly posted on the I In Five Sizes
!. It ;goes by like the singing: of s, :It,.

to your advantage to look here ruts: has a good e>f and is instant a wonderinir! soul that can find! rest only -0-

and unerring in his o1ocisi'JIIS, by bringing death to another It 13:
I {
PEYSER. Proprietor
a slirLiu so indescribably tender and a.

before going elsewhere. A MEETING OF MASONSA sad and sweet that every sound of human Ocala Florida. :gt

lips seems without charm beside!

regular communication of Friendship :, It.After lying; fur a time under that -_ __ u__ ____ __ ___ __ __ ____ __ ___ __
TAKE OUR ADVICE AND LOOK Lodge, F. & A. M., will be held at
silky breath one has even to resist a

1St. John's Church at Cotton Plant, on desire to lift his bead and take the

I Friday June 22 at T p. in. J-:. L. D.ivK nest puff of it in bio face. THE
I D. D. G. M., and other distinguished !

Masons will be present, and mrlify Jukai'a Jol...

the work in the third and perhaps the At a banquet held in his honor in the

I IE. A. and F. C. degrees on actual can- town of Torda. Maurus Jokai. the Hungarian I,I "ED'S PLACE""MelbureJ

H. B. MASTERS didatss. H. W. Long ;Srcretary.: writer. was called upon to propose :: I by the ittilmg

: the toast of "TLe Ladies." He no",_ay lraa. -...xAt.
made excellent
an speech during; which
SULPHUR, NATURE'S he McGrath's Old Stand
continually toyed with the brown

GREATEST GERMICIDEA curls upon his forehead. Finally: he |
OOHL.H. FLH.: MarlBland
said: "I raise my glass in honor of the WEST SIDE SQUAR.E

Freer Use of It Would Save Doctors' gracious ladies of Tor a. May they all |

Bills live until my hair grows ;gray." Ills j

i I Greater be had in audience drank to the toast but it was '

EVENING STARC. EXCURSION TO MIAMI I the privacy healing of the power home can by usingHancock's present easy: to that see by they the did faces not of think the ladies much Rebuilt>< and Newly Furnished C I u b i

Liquid Sulphur in the bath t
There will be an unusually cheap excursion of the compliment. Jokai ruse again
than by journeying to the most famous Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family U se. High Grade Whiskies Brandies,
Miami from his beat and took from his ht':1,11,
to via the A. C. L. and ,
East Coast Railways, July 24 and 23;;, sulphur springs. i! a magnificent brown wig, showing an Pure Rye tastes
Greater benefits to the skin, a clear entirely bald Lead beneath it. ")Iy Leer Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest liquors Obtainable Are
with return limit to July 31, at the rate I
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll and more beautiful complexion can be hair," he added, "will never grow Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous Treatment Assured to All. old because is
:; it
of $ .&;5 from Ocala for the round trip, "
Proprietors and PublishersC. i had by using the harmless Hancock's gray. And the ladies!' who had not ,
joints rroportion.I1ami I AND IMPORTERS OF
Liquid Sulphur for the toilet than by known of his baldness, were more than of d /? I It t tis a
will have a grand fireman's tournament j pacified. AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS
L. BITTINGER, the use of dangerous drugs and cos-
and midsummer carnival, July 26, 27 I i I
Editor and General Manager. and 2S. metics. i Two Headed S,wbol.. \vhiskeyvhich

Liquid Sulphur cures dandruff ec- Both Hussia and Germany display ;
GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT time has brought
R. R. CARROLL, WEAK HEARTS zema, pimples, salt rheum, itch, hives, 1 two headed eagles on their standards 1

City Editor and Business ManagerOne erysipelas and all open sores.It isnatures i Yet this symbol is considered, by some i I A Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries; With Free Delivery. Special Attention to ri It
\re caused by indigestion. If you eat greatest germicide. Write to., heralds to be merely the result of the !' Given to All Ordeis. peness.

a. little too much, or if you are subject I heraldic practice "diw lliatiun." This I'
i ilancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Baltimore,' We do the Largest Mail Order Business in the State All Orders Filled! on Re- is "written down
to attacks of indigestion, the stomach was simply a child's of
of the objects of Dr. G. N. Davisof II Md., for free booklet, or ask your drug- way turn Train.Separate.
expands-swells and puffs againstthe : coats of arms on the same shield ,
Crystal River in coming to Ocala up gist for Hancock's Liquid Sulphur. oldvith all the
by the primitive method of :
was to secure papers of incorporationfor heart. This crowds the heart and I
each in half and taking the dexter half :'
the Gulf Exhibit Wreckage and shortens the breath. Rapid heart beats i' characters of
CHEAP RAILROAD RATES of one and the sinister half of the other ,
i White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and
Salvage Company which will provide and heart disease is the result. Kodol
| and placing them back to back as it

and make the company fully liable for Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat, I Ocala, Fla., to Boston Mass., and Re- : were. Strange two headed beasts natI : Up Town Places agemellow. 4

any product or exhibit the people of takes the strain off the heart, cures Indigestion turn, Via the Atlantic Coast Line. I| urally resulted as, for instance when
ness ripeness
Marlon Citrus or Hernando counties dyspepsia, sour stomach and On account of the G. A. 1:. Kucainpnent I a lion and an eagle: were halved and ,

may entrust to Dr. Davis for his Flor- contributs nourishment, strength and the ATLANTIC COAST LINE joined together. The griffin is supposed OUR LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER S ARE BOUGHT IN CARLOAD LOTS flavor.DIRECT .
health to of the body. to have been evolved from two
ida exhibit. This is an important very organ will sell tickets from Ocala: Fl.i., to 1 DIRECT, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
1 lions rampant by dimidiation. It robs
matter, and we trust our people will Sold by William Anderson. Boston Mass.( and return on August are several I so-
I IAN the two Leaded eagle of half its terrors -
help Dr. Davis all they can. It is his "We Airways leaso called "Club" Whiskeys
12, 13 and Ht rate of $2'>.GO; via all'' | to know that it owes its originto -

intention to get his exhibit ready and APPROACHING MARRIAGERev. I rail $:'.3.", via New York and :Sound; > : this sort of child's play that are not

take it to St. Louis by Sept 10. and remain Lines and $32.C.: ':;; via J.uks"llvill.a:; I The Carmichael &
!! Ii Co. Maryland Club. You
there until the close of the fair. and ))r'l.m.! S. Delp of German j vannali or Norfolk and .steamer. Tkk- | Childish ,

Valley X. J., han issued invita- 1 can tell it by the tote.
For particulars, address Dr. Davis or t'tsilI be limited' to It'tUI"IIugu t 2't, Little Florence, aged six, had been
tions to the marriage of their daughter i spending the afternoon with u neighborwho Ocala Florida.
Editor Fackler at River. ;
Crystal ,
I' with pi ivilege of extension to :Sept.; 311.' ,
Miss Florence: Elizabeth Delp. to'II had just lost u near relative, and
i and ten days stop over at X.York. ____ __ _._
who was \\'orkln"t'r hard! to .n
get -- ---- ---
CHEERFULLY RECOMMENDEDFOR Mr Edwin Cristy Welsh of Cornell and I -- --- ------ --
For information ticket
see : : or
-I! some mourning gowns made.: Florencehad ,
Ocala. The event will take place Wednesday r
been very good! and asked no questions -
afternoon, August 3rd, at Zion :
Division Passenger Agent: Tampa, Fla. but when' she returned home her T '
Lutheran Church. Mr. Welsh is I __ _, t: i:: '
president -- DAME::
O. G. Iligbee, Danville, Ills., writes, -0--= Inquisitiveness, asserted itself. Her After fifteen years in a Hiiti-h/ |prison y :
of the Northern and Southern
Dec. 2, 1901: "About two years ago, 1 mother explained as clearly as she for a i-tirne that it was never: clearly -

was laid up for four months with rheu- Lumber Company, and is an excellent : UNIVERSITY COLLEGE could, and for a few moments Florence 1 pioved that she emumitted i, Mis. ,Ir _

and popular business man. RICHMOND sat in silence. Then
matism. I tried young OF MEDICINE deep : \1"llJrl'llt'l'ra brick was set flee Wednesday.
Ballard's Snow Lini- I+ VIRGINIA., : > The Leader In Ice Cream
"Are all her gowns going to be black,
Iment ; one bottle cured me. I can 1 MEDICINE-DEHHSTRy-PHHRHACY She at om- !left Kngland) ; fur I .I
cheerfully recommend it to all suffering i, i Prance, to her mother. WELCOMES OPPOSITION
ii Modern Laboratories it of !
i I >charge; jpecu-ists. "Yes. dear""And !
from like affliction. 23c., 50e., $1. i {Quiz System fupcnor ClmiCM.I is she going to wear black j '. JH1114' DEFIES COMPETITION
Mr. Robert O. Burke Elnora, NT. T., I Bedside teaching in our own Hospital a BATH TUBS .
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. nightgowns; 5 ''.4l
writes: "Before I started to use Foley's'Kidney '' For detailedinfonnahon.wrt"THF. PROCTOR.
l The originator! of theVELVET
"No, dear r
Yonge .
plumber will put In fur you ;--
I Prof J. W. Ljles has been engaged Cure I had to get up from 12 "Well, doe!'n"t she feel just as bad tin of the very best porcelain bathtubs BRAND s

- to teach at Hurricane Pond another to 20 times a night, and I was all the night; as she does in the day:" at 10 per cent above cost, just tit i i I I\\: :Z- -

bloated up with dropsy, and my eyesight -Brooklyn Life. i -. Any color or flavot
year. and will open his school next THE ,f f"Sacred I keep business! lively and his customers ." ," :-'...

month. Prof. Lyles is an accomplished was so impaired I could scarcelysee ." oool this ll weather.. f .'''',...,',':_...)... Orlf-rs filled on demand in any quantity -
one of my family across the room. Ladybirds ,s.t" .11.sired.
an veteran teacher, having taughtfor
Among: the insects: that can be claim
I had given up hope of living when a
thirty-three years! only four of FRISCOBV5TEM ed as friends of the market grower _i!I'. 1'ieeman of Lake Weir was in
friend recommended Foley's Kidney
which have been outside of Marion inLevy. probably none are more useful than town yesterday. In pet Dr. I.lJo'k to :Kdown -
Cure. One 50 cent bottle worked wonders -
Mrs. Lyles will teas H the Cottage the ladybird- It Is !said that in i\ and see: his wife who i is verysick. J. M. MEFFEKT.{ J. H. TAYLOR.
and before I had taken the third '
mediaeval times this
Hill school. inject was sacred i but the d.aetor had not return,.'i
bottle the dropsy had gone as well as OPERATESDouble to the virgin, hence its popular] name
flow his visit to Allan: I.odgfis in
WONDERFUL NERVE all other symptoms of Bright's Dis- "Although in these prosaic times we ... .
Trains Jark onv'ill. Ocala
ease. Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore. Daily may," says the Fruitgrower, "have got Ice & PackingCoHave

Is displayed by many a man enduring I Carrying Pullman Stopper, Cafe over the superstition regarding; the in --

pains of accidental Cuts. Wounds THE LION GROWLS tan (a la carte) and (bair sect's sacredness so far as the virgin: Ice cold llutter- l1lk at Taylor's.

Bruises. Burns, Scalds Sore feet Can seats free). .
or Is concerned, for the good they do they ---

stiff Joints. But there is no need for it. Electric Lighted ThroughoutBETWEEN should(' sacred to every market grow
Russian cruisers have been: stopping the neatest and most up-t -date Ice work-
Bucklen's Arnica Salve will kill the er. I'eihaps the most beautiful of all

pain and cure the trouble. Its the best I I and searching British and German Birmingham, Memphis and Kansas City the family is the eighteen; !oIl'ottetll:1dr. ing plant in this section, and as a :result, are
merchant and mail steamers in the Red bird that Linnaeus named Cocnnellaoctodecimpunctata.
salve on earth for Piles. too. Twenty- AND TO ALL POINTS IN out the
turning hardest and
purest cheap2st ice.
Sea. They confiscated a British vessel ; ,
five cents at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- Texas,Oklahoma and IndianTerritories
Monday, for having on board military -
store, Ocala, Fla. i
supplies' for Japan, and now England -' 'NDTHE I! Ivy 1'olnonliitf Phone INTo. 34.
Far West and Northwest. Country Life says that all the drugsin
says that sort of business: must
Mr. C. A. Liddon is up from Parish the world will not prevent a baden 4

to visit his family.DOMESTIC. 1 stop. It will probably :;top.I THROUGH SLEEPING! CAR SERVICE FROM THE >e of poioninir from poison ivy orsumac WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS

I I Ir SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS AND unless one does something :as
TROUBLESIt I II soon as the telltale itching begins.! t

ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP When the pustules break open there
The Carmichael and Son Co. keepconstantly : U nothing to do but ";;rill and bear
is exceptional to find a family Excursion tickets from Atlanta G.., and
on hand receiving a fresh Birmingham Ala., to points in ) it." The remedy advised is extract of
where there are no domestic ruptures Southwest on sale first and third INSURANTAccidents TIlE NEWBARRET
supply every two days, delicious, pure grlndelia. which should be always keptIn
Tuesdays of each moath.
occasionally, but these can be lessened q
t Georgia creamery butter 25 cents per the house. Hub on the aff''parts
by having Dr. King's New Life Pills I Descriptive literature; tickets arrareed
the minutes till the trouble is
pound, kept ice. Phone No. 37. every
on i, and firoujh reserva.ons rnaia upon apa-: Will Happenand -
around. Much trouble i
they save by iI I cation to averted.

their great work in Stomach and Liver OATS WANTED t ,. E. CLARK, TRAV PASS'R ACT.. : they are a- liable to happen to

troubles. They not only relieve you but iI i i ii ATUNTA. GA. < Her Girlhood War you as any one else. Xo matter -
II I "You must not expert me to give u_I
cure. Twenty-five cents at the AntiMonopoly I S. L. PARROTT I how' small po-sessions, be
We will buy all the good threshed: I j miy girlhood's ways all at once," said your : may
Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, : should! have them insured.
,t the bride. you
offered happy
oats us at the market price. i i
OCALA SEED STORE. '! "Ob. I won't" Le replied. "I hope FIRIIXSL'KAXCK:
GONE TO THE LAKE II.I you'll keep! right ton taking! an allow- La

Mrs. G. S. Scott and d.lUghter.Ii;:s i,I.------- an.'e froii., y.\jr father just as if n' th- saves hundreds of people} every,. !
Lavender, for
keeping moths out of I 'ff ccc I l
Louise, Misses Mary Anderson Meta inc had LaI'l'enl'dur'rivr (Wis ) J Ji year from ruin. Don't let your! !
woolen goods. Nothing else I IOOd I
your so
Jewett. Ethel Robinson and Sue An- i: Telegram. {property bnrn. Let us protect II
Postoffice Drugstore.R. n_ _,__
derson went to Lake Weir this afternoon I At. --- :1 Her Kerens-. you, etc.HALL '
-- -- -- -
to spend a few days, Messrs.Emmett D. FULLER j I r, -.-.U.--- -- ,1 First! Woman What did your busI I RAWLS & WHEELER ;
Robinson and Laurie Scott of I band brine home from his visit to
the same party, went down there yes DENTIST I! ---..--.":-JI.G. m- I] tIle city? Seoond Woman-Two silver Meal: nts Block; ,
terday. I -- -!. '.y- '-- ..-Sa spoons for the children: and I was so
Office Over Munroe & Chambliss .FYIsttoets : mad at Lis t'xtra\'aml'e; that I went Ocala FI..ri-1a.

: ''N O"N .sTA1'IO. down the and -- -- ---
Bank :' straight! to sii-re bought -
CAIQO e I I me a new dr..,.,s.-Cleveland Leader.In .

J. E. CHACE, II I I I Milifialion."FredMe. THE FAIRII

wish to say a few words in praiseof I come L-re: I regret; to say 1 rlt; i'p.' >

Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DENTAL SURGEONOffice I I I've rot to punish you; y-'Ur tea-Ler

Diarrhoea Remedy." sa"sIrs.. Mattie I a < I tells me you're tie Wurst boy in your
Uostairs Commercial Bank hta10 e 4G 0' cla........ .s :a f ne atoetit: otFUKsH

from Burge chronic, of Martinsville diarrhoea, Va.for "I more suffered than Building, Ocala, Florida. a MONtGOMEA'fi I "MebLe she's ri-rht.: ma Only "yesterday ]1! J FANXY CkACKhk.sFres'p T. W. SMITH, HARDWARE, Aeents

Jl she told me: I t'";k after you. XLY ONrEMi'KI_ RKSLHVOIR STOVE. IT COOKS WITH LESS
ten years, and during that time tried TERMS CASH oBite
various medicines without obtainingany - ORIF.LnS i I We all "Jue!,,:"" to' much.: A good Hvaporated
permanent relief. Last summer I do.t'T is a t.jl"n: ::. Nut a poor tiLe lea :\Pl'I.ESXIJ PEACH

one of my children was taken with W. H. MAREAN, M. D. l l If f J cure' \uLioii Ilube.; Carload of Hickory Wagons Just Received
Through Sleepers and Dining Cars -- .__4 -in pound packages
cholera morbus, and I
procured bottle
a -

of this remedy. Only two doses SURGEON I BETWEEN w- For

were required to give her entire relief.I CAFE DES GO UK MM NTS .JJ
'rpcial attention given to the treat- St. Louis and Mobile t WATCHESAnd
then decided to try the medicine myself ment of Chronic Diseases and Diseases i Ground, Coffee in I ad!: \ pound

and did not use all of one bottle of Women and Children. j! I FRESH MEATS: KND CAME: :
i St. Louis and New Orleans : g ass: :'ars: hermetically :eIed.: \
was well and I have never Ocala, Fla. | _
i I. A very superior article! full! strength AT THE CITY MARKET
since been troubled with that complaint ifflce ever Tydings' Drugstore. Of. I I II TO-

One cannot say too much in favor flee hours from S a. m., to 12 ra.; lit for tickets Tia M. i 0. B. R. ,,
I -:\ Full:! Line of- We keep on hand a fu 1lr.\ of the best Beef, Pork. Mutton and Sausage: :
of that wonderful from 2 p. m. to 5 p. n.. F. G. B.
medicine. WEIHEi I
This Residence=,o. 60 ='. Main St., known I Mr. P. S. Hay, M. & O. R. R, Montgomery I to be had.: Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. Careful attention to

remedy is for sale by all druggists u fie Naah cottage. Ala. The Jeweler, i i STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES orders and qui:k delivery made. W. L. JONES, Proprietor


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OCALA EVENING-- ST4t) "yc. ,

Volume to, Number 3t OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 2S J904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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9hey Cause Much Trouble and WoerID The E1"U. of the Mania Fur. Getting
l'OI'al tI 'rks. I Rich 10 a lIarr,.

Ordinarily n" luall i'i rIch eunuch I: The mama for getting rieL-the mad '! This institution with a patronage of more than

Edam Cheese to
wLicL ('urll'S frlJUI pi'kill:; up a nickel has played worse havoc acuung; ambitious l- of 1000 miles in diameter desires immediate
correspondence -
Harvey's Sauce on a sidewalk, but when a railway people than war or l'(>. A

postal d"rk! finds such a (vat: in a member ot the Chicago; board of trade with any any young lady who wishes to go

1 Rhubarb m 3 lb. Tins mail pouch w it ha3 work.1 out says that the men and women of this off to school. A postal card or letter will bring imme-

from insatlkit-nt wmpl'ns: : IIIJt onlydos ,, country contribute $1' rou.tNU a year .diate reply and i 1-tel'esting information.

Asparagus II' IIIbs this 'lalion. but It may: We will sell our Straw Hats at ACTUAL FACTORY tu the &haq.t'rs who promise to IU.lke
The 23rd Annual Session will
provoke (profanity.I'or them rich 'Iukk. They work the .amne begin on Wednesday,

Asparagus TipsUnderWood's a nkkt-I I IIJ"t !in a pouch IJt mall! COST. They are aU New Goods and the ; old scheme of a contld"lItial letter mJ Sept 14, 1904 J. M. RHODES, Pres, Littleton N. C.

'In transit: i.tcoue.i a matter for natiunnl ; shrewd baiting until the victim parts
Deviled Ham Latest Styles. Come early, as u ___ ____ __ ____ __ __ I I
lUct-rn. It runts tu \'it.'r! wIth his money. Thousands lire phdding ,

hays( just us a l'uul'l; lit mail is "l11p"tit,1 they won't fast fong I' along in p \"('rtaJltl deprivation: 'I :....................- .. ...... .............................n_...........,,........... .
Barataria Shrimp upon( a olJrtin:.: table and when chagrined and humiliated because they ,

it hits broken away front H.e IJlwdJ ofrttrs at the prices we have not been: able tu ;get up In the i @)- THE OLD ESTABLISHED, WELL MANAGED

Mint Sauce : IIIIJ cards and 'Irculars, rolled are offering world or to realize their ambitious\ for I

: to un open !space on the table awl the reason that they SIIl.'I'Ul.l11..1 to the : i BANK OF MUNROE & OHAMBLISS
H. O. Oatmeal, Etc. there s.ttlL"lllowlI. beads IJr tlis; with them rxheme of some smooth l'r\llllnt'r wb I ,

a noisy 'I'iunin:: dance. tl.t .J'rk who hypnotized them into the belief that i Br PROGRtSSlnIETHODS: AND Cox-
first! M"'S It i04 "It: I
thcoulJ make a great deal very :
A Could 1 have
rw'roruuwI'r nil more
_ quickly out of a little
idea than the man 111 the UlU"1J ilS tc WI J J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY The great fever very ot trying to make Il : .! hCRE\SE ITs BUSINESS - -

what l.artil'IIlr! package it rolier I out dollar earn g;; is :growing more and : .

TEAPOT GROCERY of and it III' had and !"IJlJul.1 dl the t more contagious.Ve; see even women i SAFI3TY DEPOSIT

postal clerk the dt'rk woultln't dare I, secretly going Into loruker .Ilic's and I
-- -- -- I I, try. to restore tIle (rill to the .Jrl..inal! ---- -- "Lul'ket shops," iiiv'eating everythingthey i i S FOR RBNT f

Opposite City Hall P. O. Box 314I I parkag.: .. Tim would le too easy! altocelher. ROUND TRIP RATES SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF have !In all sorts of schemes, I :t..-_..........................r.........................,,. ....,.,,,?.....!
I TO WASHINGTON CHOICE LAND FOR SALE i drawing their deposits out of the
I :-;o, it i to n I'Jo.t: nickel fflJIII the mo- banks. sometimes pawuing their jew'lelr ---- --- -- -----
H. R. HUNTER meat tll\ clerk tla, tu !lec It "IirUlin '
Thr \ ('ua.t Line the qui,-kesl ) \"u their euagement; rius-; i
I Fur sail, 76 of land
acres good
: : as as
there 1..rIJI" his awl tt-c'jrliu.
eyes : ;; to and to wake lot of
borrowing hoping a
/ :
: route IJr t\\O hours and) eleven minutes can Le had !in Marion described -
Lc tender governmental j 'anst"IIl'C! the county mullt'.r before their husbands or faml.I I SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES
.J.GUN-. clerk Las tlJ get ready for lilt luauguratiumi fl'orn Jat'k'uu\"iIIe \Vashingtn. offers : Wiz of nw?.. sec 19. tp 1'4. s, r 22 lies find It out allli then to "nrlrh'a''i

lit about :S1'SA3 worth ot fUSii excursion rate, Jacksonville to Washington e; or lying along the Gainesville road,
I them with the results, but III most
-and-- Hotel Pleasure
Leading Resort on the East Coast of
awl .
i over it.1'or retucv $3; Tickets now onsal. about 41{ or five miles from Ocala. eases what they invest Is hopelessly! j jlost.

LOCKSMITHRepairing biuis.lf I.I dut'OIJ't dare tu go to ... "I"lurioJa and Vest Indian Lim- Here is ; chance, for it will be sold I FIEVERYTHING ,
Lt't fur a !short uulll Ill' has gut it.d" fastest '
nap and
I all train Americans
year cheap fur cash. Inquire ot the Star Thousands or young! are
a Specialty. rlJ! vf Ms i; (','lIts' worth of respousibllty between the last and South, leavesJacksonville office, Ocala Fla.CHAMBERLAIN'S) 80 tied ul' Ly dllJuclal 01' other entanglements -i MODERN
; to the 'Jn'rnu1t'lt! fur the action -
9 a. m.; arrives Washington even before they get f.lrly i
of the fool 1I-r"IJII (I'UIU whom the 7:4 j a. m., following morning No.4u started thdr liCe work that they canonly Homelike and Comfortable.
nickel was }lartt' Ill' tlis!; up hi: transmute a tithe into that which ,
FISH AND OYSTERS : JrIrIl.1 f..rm for such occasuH"; printed Atlantic Coast Line Express, leans AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY. I Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
will count lu their lires. A large part
and Jacksonville 8:0: :; p. m.; arrives Washington I
:11111 tills
: providtrl at once out of It Is lost on the way up, IS the energy Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed
ii n I Ion; blank describing the coin telling 100::; p. m., following evening.exrellent This remedy is certain to be needed I
I have fresh! Botttrn Fish and of the coal Is nearly aU lust before
I: the l'ircUIIItaUI't's rt its being .\11 oppolttmity to visit the in almost every hume before the summer I It reaches the electric Lulu-Orison ; $2 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE \VEEK
Mullet always on hand: found and wLl'tlll'r It hulled heads I
ortalls lIati"II's
capital at uumiual
('osl. TkkI -
j is u\"t-r. It can always be depended Swett lllrt.len In SUl'Cl'SS. Address HORACE
Cedar Key and Crystal River'OVSTLRS. UII the taJ.It', miaulhig; the pouch I tolls gaud) tll return October: :n. ,\vail upon, even in the must severe andllangel'Ous I F. STEWART,
from whIdl! it WItS 'UJItiell, the nulU-
yourself of the '1ukkest and best lIue.Bulh It Is THE FOURTH DIMENSION GOODALL
tier of the train ll'rJill it. the date 'ast's. especially: valu- : 5 FLORIDA.

RECEIVED FRESH DAilY i awl II few other tIt.tails. trains carry l'ullmlII drawing able fur summer disorders in children.It I I
Platu'. Early EA'ort. tu D..floe This !
I room, Jacksolivill.' toV Ishingten ;! -
ThIs report with the nickel, gots tu is pleasant to take and never ails I

Opened and] delivered upon request{ the l.adluarters of the postal division l luifds and West Indian Limited tu gin rdiet.'h not buy; it now? In Ilarl't'r's Intangible Iaglzlll qQallc<(<'. H. Hinton i Elegant
III which the car was uperattrl and : caries 'UIlIII:1I1 fint''t dining cars Millinery
SEE liI:, I CAN It may san liCe. For sale lJy all writes on the much It'l.atl'tl question
; frown these bonded UIII"ilI"!! by the -.I\'allllal1: tll \\"IIIiIg-t..n., -
FILL YOUR WA\TS .Iruggists. of "TLe Fourth IHmNIlull:' In ol'n -. .
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saute general I't'll route, the sutallrdti \ '. .:. '" "' ",' -' '-
tape \ IL Lt-ahy lIh' l'ass. J\gt., Savannah. : ':: :: :
lug his article cites Plato u ao
TUCKER ( find its to tile seat of natlonal ,
W. M. : v-ay (ja.T. .
lS-ac-rf:; splendid! : farm, cottage, well earl)' exponent} of this id"a.

City Market. government; the great amid eountitlieney to the fund of representing tLc- I'. \Vhit.>. D. 1'.t.. Tampa! Fla.IL barn sugar house; 40 acres ill cultivation. "Plato, at the beginning of the sew I: JiII; li w. ; 11 8J'dPKI1'I

11. Em"'s"!!, Traffic 1HIlw'r'i1- entb Look or the Republic. describes a Ii 4
Ilaialln ouJs,
I I'U.tl1l1il'C department which persists with sonic good i
mhigtun. :-:. <(<'. set of prisoners who are field In chains I
III sending: uiuuey lu envelope, through timIJ'r. Nice small lake. Very fine Has the Finest Most Elegant Line of Millinery in the City
before the mouth of II great cavern, ,
W. J. ( (
'mig :1'11. Pass. Agt., 'Vihningtoth I
J. D. WILLIAMH the uurl'i-h'r,1; : mails of thc Il'nhe.- location fur general farm, stock raising -
bound so that they rllllllut turn their
:-:. C.
l'bkagu TriIJulI I'It'. Near: Oxford, Fla. Price, $760. tares In other direction than look- !
CARPENTER AND BUILDER Half l'3'h. any Her styles lead the world of fashIOn, ana anvay'svill be found
: A lJargain. Call on F. W. lug straight Into the Carl-I'D. I I"On

Offers his srrvnes tu the people of PITH AND POINT SHE TRIED FIVE DOCTORS I Ditto, loom 12, \Ierchants' block the wllll In which the cavern there the most exqusite production of modern art and styles
Ocala and viduity for work in his line.If ---- :\1 rs. FI'lIIfo of \lis'uur ends they see their shadows Ilrojt'Ctl'l1

'ollmlt'u.l:1tiulIl and good work The man who dlluc's: Jobs frequently \'all..y. Ia.. WI it-s: "l have bet'n afllichI CHEAPER THAN WOOD by the liun. Their only I eXIJt'ril.'lIte: vf THE LATEST PARIS CREATIONS
never Las II 10\)11! uw.Vheii objects fj derived 11) watclllllg these
count, then I fern capable to make t.s- I with ki.h..y lroubl' five years: had : I
I \ t..lllIIaU gx'e there Is a feeling shadows. It passers LJ' traverse the An Exclusive and Beautiful Line of Dress Hats Alwa YIn a
tlmates and carry them to :1 successful I severe pains in my back and frequent Why not have that oM wooden fence I
; about the house that suggests! un roadway LehlllJ them all they MIs
Issue. J. \Vifiarns.. ;I old L..,.. desire to urinleVhen: riding I expe.ri.nce.l replaced with a nice Iron ft-nce. First I Stock.
I easy i'> the shadows of these passers lJy 011 tile
No. 138, H. :!!nJ St., Ocala 11a. II1Udl pain over the region ot cost very little more than wood and in
It strikes them what
is the .pinluu of rnQ' another that wall. It an object .A caB will convince you that I have the leading styles. ;
a buy never !uses Jill Ul'l'ul'llIuit fur the kl.l1t'y] I tri..J l live physicians the long run is really the cheapest. they see Is the shadow of that objectstriking

: ttl'UJlltiu: tll break lIis neck.Rteause without Iwnfofit, and then concluded to Adds to the .value of :your property the shadows of thelllseh't"

Fresh Swiss Cheese a friend Illwws a desire to try I'oley''s Kidney Cure. After taking never bothers you with repairs and "l'lato draws the conclusion that they

; Le sympathetic dull t pull the fatally lhrt-e $1 bottles I was completely cur- lasts: f l'e\'er. I would identify themselves with their

Fresh Canned French Peas him.skeleton out lit the closet to entertain ed" Suld IJr the l'ustof1ke Drugsture. FLORIDA PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC shadows.these shadow Since forms events are occurring the invariable among A. E. BURNETT

and i As a man gets older lie finds that AN IDEAL SUMMER RESORT ccowJunirul"uts of all their enatiull"
ii i more of his friends tire visiting the they would think that they themselves THE JEWELER
I MILK AND CREAM those shadows and lived and
The Genuine German were
Ii cemetery wht'li they go riding than
At Vance Hall
i Alexander, N. C. moved in a shadow world.
tornwrly. I
Sausage. Ten miles north oCsheiIIe.. on the If you like and appreciate pure, rich I "Now the shadows ran only more on !
The p'uple who are USN to !;uot.ltliiui
: 1,1'11 at lwtlJt' :11"1''I'r patient romantic hanks of the dl'ar anl swift milk and cream, get them from us. We the surface of the wall. They auuut I RINE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER

NONE EQUAL THEMI with the puor IIL'l'UIUUlualatiuns met flowing trench Uroad Hiver. The house have the only up to date dairy in Cen- approach and recede from It; hence the ,

I away Crolll' i is spacious, the rooms large and airy, I tral Florida. Conducted on scIentific prisoners think of themselves as baring I

at iMHTl i It often happl'ns that a :girl who is yard nicely! shaded, and the table ex- principles with all modern appliances. Il two dimensional existence only, I, JEWELRY
iI I And says Plato, all these prisoners
I not disciplined t'nlluh; 11)- her parents: ctlleutlsUI'l'lit'll.. Hates reaonalJle. TIm HER\I1TAGE DAIRY I
thInk of themselves:: us less: than they :
gets the kind of a LlIsbantl who dkc1pliues Just the place to spend a munth. Address Geo. B.
Tyler ProprIetor
really are, so we In our turn think vf
ijT R\l\tllyi\ \ : her too ult.lch.. -\tcLI"on GluLe. for particulars \Irs. n. B. Vance ourselves as less than we really are. I JNDOPTIC7L

\ll'xmd'r, X. C. fled Rock Ginger Ale at Taylor's.LUMBER His philosophy was an effort to find
There "'IUI One Who Did Not Laugh. "
that greater which we really are. GOODS
Mark Twain once 'XI'I'\.s'I1 the (1.11-
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lowing s'utllUt'uts tu a )'ulln;; woman II I Limit,
Also fine line of :
a who had IIl1t sluH.1. It II thin ; that he I
A number of actors were discussing! .
FANCY GROCERIES : had said during In irul'rllUll'tu rep) recently the merits: uf dIfferent board-. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
thou In his honor ut Ih'Jn Iawr cullege. ,
tag houses !In a certain city. and the ;
to which his daughte r hatllm.itl'tJ
argument turned OIl the comparative
him.11 the ladies but Merchants Block.
pmu onewere .
ot the table board
V. B. POTTS in II state of ;great ;glee during; thhurn..rbt's I: lJy the various landlat1It.'H. One of OCALA FLORIDA

address; all but one hadlaughed ROUGH OR DRESSED i
the part who had listened quietly to
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AND BUILDING Ilt'artUy ut wItty remark. -
CONTRACTING ; every the talk' uuw spoke up.
Just Twain finished he
IS I "IC one of you fllluws really want to

_J__ Carpentering and turn,..1 to the young;; woman who hall See or Phone put yourself on II rigid diet,"' Le balol. RESTAURANT=( -
nut laughed mill said in IIn undertone: '
) Louse iu
"go to ; boarding !
___ General Repairing! : toY 011 are the only sensible tlllC bt'rt' I Cincinnati. I came down to breakfast

have limit said II 'oiUI': antttsing; thing.
and the
there one morning, servant
Satisfaction Guaranteed If it B. H. SEYMOUR First Class Meals
were not fur the conspicuousness waltzed up and asked rue If I'J have .

Address of It I would like to press your haIl
BOX 691 OCALA, FLA -811'so. PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla, grasping and ordered the yolk! of un
I g-s.1IJ I'J have the whIte vt It fur PREPARED LUNCHES
Dlr.t.t Iyldence. II
I lunch.Ilarper'sVeekly..
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The lawyer shook his lin-r warningly c 0 I

W.W.Carman&Co. at the \\ Hue.,. Iud said: u\ow.: we 1 Delicious
.. Hot.1Soup Daily
He LlI. Muther.lnlaw.That :i
want tu hear just: w hat you know, nut Y Commercial y I
a motbt'r-In-Ia 1 is nut alwaysan
BankI I
-it You will find a wen selected stock of what "IlII'Une else knows Ilr what J"UU I UUelcow adjunct to the family : Dining Room until midnight. Personal
- II open
think ur anything uf that killlI. hut I In the
groceries at what you know. VI JOU understand:' f I BRANCH OF 'f case 18 pruved of a Bavarian In a \\"holeblil who Iii way steward uuti I!I attention given to special orders, anything

CARMAN &. CO'S., "\Vaai. I know." said the witness, o COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE 9 I. large state lu lon:1co. lIe lost two the market offers prepared for the table on

on North Main St., north or city mar with emphasis, as he lifted one limber I I I wives, but In both instances after their I! short notice.
teL leg and laid it aero., the .tlit'r "I death be retained the motler1a: :

know that ('lay Thouison told him that hI' !heard John
SpeclaUles- Into Ills borne
wife \0. 3'Lo come DUlllh Waiter Connects With Bar
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, Thouia: wf: tell Sid $liuford's gal f I INTEREST PAID ON TIM! DEPOSITS 'f Io I accompanied by her mother 8S well a.
that her bUl1Ill was there whets the ststl'rs.11 these good b
j three unmarried ; Skilled Cooks Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands
CHICKENS AND EGGS tight tuk place mill that IIt said that DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 0 : women who constitute his household, ,

Remember the place!: anJ rest assur.K they 'oluu, each other "urouuJ In the 1 RECEVED.: LOANS MADE EXCHANGE BOUGHT I If are said to dwell. together In peace and Special Price to Regular Boarders
bushes rIlt; '! u.rllIt'! ,
we will treat Jon right.W. AND SOLD f t.arwony.

W. CAml.\X S co. The Ilta Who .lUrat. [lu.fue.s. ___ ___ ____ :i I hesitated aod Dldo't Los... THE CARMICHAEL & SON GOAt

------- -- -- A .urmy mail attracts Lu..ill"s sue II I u-e\'er was glad for this impediment

&Ss.! 1veryhtatylike: ; tll deal wIth in my speech: but once:' said the man -

agreeable.: cheerful people.'e' lastiuctively J. R. MARTIN & CO. from the country. McGrath's Stand

:C OG lA PRE ING CLUB !shriek frulll a crabber! },, "Wben was""Fefefellw "
bhl.JQmu'b --- ---- ----
l'ro<. I'lIlIh'Ul'tiltll' dlarallt'r. n. matter IilOkt'\l me

bow :11111' Ill' may be.Ve would I would take for a-a horse. and! while

Over Fishel's Store. rahl'r do u little less lJU..il1t' s or pay 1.1"1 wa ttryIn to tell him HJ Le offered .
We Are Still Hustling.
Phone Xu. lei;; rather JI n little less business ur pal GENERAL LIVERYMEN me $J.-I\ennet'c Journal 0

with uu eptiulist.Success.. I and supplyle! % LUloJj! with the very 4

ii Judgment Deferred.'W'hat .
I best seasoned, lumber for every pur.r'os -
Taking a U".,. du you think! of a man who

Pressing and Cleaning done in CLurl'h--1 saw your I.'rk; on the: earyesterday. Fine Carriages, Buggies and! Traps would spend thousands upon thousands While the demands of our cus-

first class style Promptely. Work lIt' had a child vin mine arllJ Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc. of dollars !In pult1rs! tomers are grlatt.. have Jillappointe.j (
a basket on the other and tie l'lHlhlU't "1 can't tell what I thInk of !him" ,
for and
caned eJi'ercd. Every no one and are glad to state that our
find a .t'at. Gotham-Yes; ; 111 said: 11\ answered Senator Sorghum. "until I ,

peace of work guaranteed: was uverwurked and! hl' w'lntl'll te FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES see whether Le gets the of! k or nut.Washington ." r orts to meet the desire for a grade

take a tlay's Tt'st.-Yvukt.'rs ;tate.uiau.ltappfness ; Star. :i, of lumber c.t the best quality have been ms'ss''
Albert F. Miller
Prop. '
; when at a distance appears Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses Soun'd. ;! appreciated tar beyond our expecta-

I IiOLEY'SI1.0NIYAN : ..0 great as to touch the sky. Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. Mrs CauJI.-Yuu used to say that tions.

When It enters out door It tot) dwiu- you co ultl eat: me. Candle-That was :

!A i iCuj'n dies that very often we! 110 longer terognizo mitten I thought! you would agree with C.I.GRACEI '

Colds: Prevents Pneumonia I It. j J. R. MARTIN & CO. j me.-Tun TU1J1cIl. j I !t tJjj -5



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The Trail

The Last Opportunity of the Year to Of disease b often the trail marked by LOW RATESTO -
Visit California |I a woman's gown. A rectnt investigation I II
showed a horde of microbes including I Rev. J. E. A. Keeler. Editor
Beginning August 15. and continuing 1
Liquid Sulphufi those of influenza, consumption and .

daily to September 9, round trip tickets a dozen other varieties! gathered in the I. Louis Casminski is quite sick.
will be sold on :account of the :above trail of a woman's dress. I

) A positive, laaranteed care conventions from all points in the The microbe is everywhere but its | Tool drinks at the 'Drugstore. .
lot ill d.icaici of the are the weak and feeble people HOT '
prey SPRINGS ARK. Mrs. C C
Southeast to either Los Angeles or furry is quite indisposed.
blood is
whose and
poor digestion
_____ _I3 San Francisco at extremely low rates, 't "weak." Dr. Pierces I Wanted A well digger. J. Starr _
for L'sei-hotcrcold ba'hi. for ciI \: Golden Medical Discovery .
.. with final return limit October :23.! i : terI1tRrger.120u0 .
application. lot saLrE1Nature's .
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Tickets will permit of ten days stop cures diseases of the () Xo. 2
Greatest Geraicido shingles cheap.
: stomach and other organs J. Starr
over at St. Louis and allow holder the 4 of digestion and nutrition Sternberger.Seteral .
uand privilege of going one route and returning and puri es the Wood.! will be sold Wednesday and i
BATH and TOILET It strengthens the TICKETS every new cottages for rent. J.

the complexion. reni another that tickets without returning additional via body by increased Saturday during months of June, July, Au- Starr Sternberger.
,ro..I:1. oi the hill .1Id pr.- cost. except nutrition resistor .
to gust and September from in the Southeast Cutting to
points the bone. What
tLlflUrn vents it turtmj uy. Portland an additional charge of $11 throw off dis- The

UiIPKUR Hancock'sLiquid will be made. east; at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60 Star delinquents.t .

Pitiri Crtt Cercia. Sulphur! Ointment The Frisco-Rock Island Systems offer ..peae: accept rav I days. t Call at the Magnolia restaurant for
i total MU>HUt SP8PM1 It IUB thank for the Riod
kU1.I.4 excellent routes in either direction. Dr. Pierce s Goliienlledica chuu-e meals and )lunches.
A iu.e ",:. for Prepired Euini. : D-jcovery For Books and Pamphlets descriptive'of the :
$._....o....._, ".:.....r'u. ..:' Chafed: Full UpeaSorci. Write for rates. descriptive literatureand has <'.o!:e f.r roe For Sale Cheap-:20.000! No. 2 shin _
_...I- =. :='... J4. law Sutljcci. Boils, full information and let us plan ;_ ; writes ),ra. N Che. ,'- I Hotels, Bath Houses, etc., apply to gles.: J. Starr Sternberger.Low .
\ of Cleveland Cuy-
aM ""- D...... ..4 U.. Files, houshneiioi Fir iey
-"... 1u'lO face and Hands lebyiEEP your trip. S. L. Parrott ahoga Co Ohio "I was rates and terms.
WEU, ICEDR and all SkinPiscaici. Ill DriggiatsPkici I troubled fur over a jeatir. easy Good lots.
_; ._ ._ _OU_CIo.T1IL_ I 'III what the doctor jjrocouaced I HU.' I. E. REHLANDER J30 to $61.1. near in. Call on Ditto.
o .....,."..... IV KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVEVia intgestlon. i ,
LlqIll4 c:.. V hat ntrvous hea.iache all Fine roe shad every other day at
s..lpII '
....u.a. MancockLiquid ; '- unpleasant: tdbte ia my Trav. Pass. Agent.
I ,. luouth in the morning T.JMu'1'1s; Tompkins stall. Xo. 10. city market
; Sulphur Co \ Southern Pacific or Union Pacific and my bli> __ __ Ba.tlmore, Md. j Railroads >\ poor I tried different .J- 1"uuiu No. 18 W. 9th St. 110 .' for the Ft-rnundina excursion
me'Mcines but to no atai!
-1 _ _ _ _ First .,ass round trip tickets to San ,I \ Mr ;renu ins:.ted on my A\ Tenn. ovtrr the S. A. I... July 27 l Rate. 11.25.
.1 I 'y' tat: ing! l>r Pierce i Golden Chattanooga,
_ Francisco and Los Angeles account the 'V.$ ':. Medical Klseovenr I did Going Fast-Those lots in Schwer-

I 1f'Wlmlli.9 lltill.1 J! Knight Templars conclave. September .. \ so era now on the fourth | in's subdivision. Price $30 to
S1Ba 1'B.UfIlifpaW: ( a! S tattle, aud feel stronger $60. Call
5-9. 1901. and Sovereign Grand Lodge S :' than I tax e fc.r ten years. on Ditto.
i I cannot .[. HI"UU' 111m GOI G 1Il'17I\ 7LD !fJlULOC'Jf I. O. O. F.. September 15-23.:! 1904. I in IU iaior I 15. C. Cody is preparing to visit his

- : Tickets on sale from all southeastern C \4 Dr. Pierce's Pleasant t old home Union Springs Ala.
: SB: HlffGBSU. ( } Pellets: Florida East Coast I also the
points August 15 to :27.! in elusive, and j I! \ and J11easant are easy to :, Ry. St. Louis eXIOQShlUn. _ _

August :2S! to September 9. inclusive. I
\ VMUKSUI1 i take. A most Mrs. Lawyer's daughter. Miss Maria

The two shortest and Lest lines from .i effect \"e Iaxative. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4 1904, Tuint-r. isery skk. She professes
H New Orleans. Kansas City or Omaha The.' :
lliRU\IK] @l vniiiii II saving faith in Jesus.
do t
through to the Pacific coast. i not EiUTHBOUr.EAD! DOWN. NOP.THCOl'S/a-RiAD:! / : UP.
I gd the f- --- -- :0NII.99 =; Call at the Mack House for com _
Ask for particulars. J. F. Van Rens- .
i i ii
CH$H UK UKIP IS OUT UK HIV! UK 11KOKU.V CULL. U.V pill .2ji 5T'rIOL". 1:1.93 .73 fortable lodging and board at
salaer General Agent, 13 Peachtiee St., i habit. : t)sl:7. j D'y. ; 11..1.". ID. / reasonable -
rat' s. West
Atlanta Ga.; G. W. Ely, T. P. A.; R. I I O pfla: LT .................... JacaO\iI.: .. .-...T... ... _III b :" 1. =- J P Broadway.
- PT JUNTHRusia ] II :SII, a ... ... ...... .... ........ .. 'o Jaek.lullv..e ........ ............i. .! a I., C :11;:: Ice cieam of all flavors
O. Bean. T. P. A.WORLD'S. I 1' II! 1.J 65 a..... ......................'UjUILlI'1: .................... ,.a I 5.3 I I every day
I U p. 11 r. .. .............................. ilwllu.II. .. ................. .._....... i: i..: p at Tompkins and Brooks ice cream
CITY 111ll l>, p.\l> 1I11\1 TH :Jl UHUU X8 tiOUll 71$ \UV/ FAIR RATES I I F C3p;I 11 42&. ... ... ... ........ .._...E. J'alia"-. ...... ...._ .. '/'_eM"_ ii3p_ garden do :and enjoy yourself.

I r 1 12 1: pAr' ................ .......P.atli"! ..... .. .. .... ....L II 1., a i15p
I 4 i4 llifl.. Lv .............._. ........ 'atata..r : l c a 5 '*.til! at M. 1*. IVarson's. Silencer

t; ei .ii i.i.i..isiiiesiI Via L. and N. R. R. I _lag p ,Ar ....._........ ............San Mate.' .. ....._...... .._._..Lv. I"CIII.::? ISIiH-k, an.l have your clothing dyed
Excursion tickets now on sale'daily .... I 8 OtIaLT; ._.. .... ........ ....San Maten ... .... Ar 'Z ./a) :: 1'I essed. teaiil: en-. at I living ra tt.s.

from Ocala to St. Louis and return. Stomach S p(j 11 U jllLy .. ............. ....... ....... .. ........ ......Lv: 3h !, I'Olt TIl:XT-'l'hrt>2-room houses
I SEABOARD : i 13 p 12i p .............................Bunceta.': ........................... fi4a 3 ap, :
$43.55;: -Retuin limit December 15. p1 12 dp ....... ........... ..........IJUpolit_ .... .... ...... ............., C) !5, & S 4; II two 3-room houses; one 4-room house4IIe ;
$3S.OO--Return limit 60 days. I ts PI 111 p....................... .........OrmuD.I...._... ............-.. ..I :; iq 3 C3 : I'
CI 121 P.. ........... _................lJa' ......... ........... ........' t r;) a : :t P I 5-rooin house. J. Starr Steinber-
$30.55-Return limit 15 days. : :li1 ; ............. .............. () .:'.;........ ... ............. ...... 4 ..-.a Z up, ger.
34 I Ofj : .... .... .... .... .
w a. I
n'yr 4 2 a :: !O p
LINE Special coach excursion $:23.! Return .
I AIR RAILWAY Ii a S1 Pj.s.. ) 1o. :2 151 : I Call at Mis.V'.
: limit 10 days from date of sale. Troilbiescured 10 e. v a c: p: ............................. .lull..3 12.' a 113 iI P C. Willoughby's forilies.iii.tking.
Z7pi a 33p'.......... .. .................-4)00&. ....... ............ .. ....... 2:1; a 12 24I: | All orders filled with
FOR Tickets sold' Tuesdays in July. U t1 lp !. ... .... ........_...........Rkld !.. ............._.. ......... .._... :! :r. 1: 30p .
I U 1i i CI pi .. ...... ............... ...Eau 6.lh......... .... ........ .. ...... 14 A l: cs | tlisjuitch and neatness. West Broad
Corresponding low rates from other 12 i:) i 'Up ........ .. ...... ........... !olell.ouru.. .. ... ...1 Ha 11 61.I,' I way.
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern PIne ., points. The I. and N. is the best line 101! i i Ei J.! ... ............. ........... .! 511 a 11 Wa
.it, ... ... .. .... .. ... .Sebuiilan..i !
1011 i e (3 .. .. ... nsa 10 :iua 'Keep in
; Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, -1 to St. Louis. lIB G e p .........................Ft.pler'.f'.M.............. ........ ... 11 Sp iota memory that the Mack
H by1f'd1l1fA' I i'll SUp ...........................TI bbali..h... ............. .11:5 "ti: a16S House furnishes meals at the following
Philadelphia, New York. For rates schedules and sleeping car : I 115p ...........................Eoten........... ............ ... 11 :lp i' 1141. :
reservations apply to J. M. Fleming 147 :C IJ ....... ...................Jenlf'n ........... ........ .. ..... 11lS !, II fOa i j hours, (rom 7 to 8. from 12! to 1. and 1
- B9 1119 8 Up. ......................... .Murt ............. ... ............1: C511 t/lll./ to 8.XV. .
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. Fla. Pass. Agt., 20C W. Bay St., Jacksonville : I r. a 'Eip ......... .. -..... ..H..ic S.u.l.\ ..................... .... ,: 3Si' II (j\a
IUIoj 710p.. -........... ...... .Yi .st Jupiter ........ ............ ..... .. :1S ,. 84'If \ a Kk-har.lson
.1 Fla., or C. L. Stone G. P. A.,. 4 al 'it Pl lm brneh... ._ ..... .... 93311 //I l! II (famous Bill!!) is at the _ _
.. Ha 1 et p..W.BCtll1tnn.. ...... ..... ........ ......... 910 p 700a ('..t! Seaboard Express i Louisville. I cI: i 115 p .............................Delr., ...... .... ............ ........ E f9 to : 40a
I5'J i Ci P ........ ............. .......I.ud..r! ...... ....... .............._. e Cl p II f>31\ saw Xe.l" Lewis recently, and both wishltjiiiiiI&ie
S.Ji 231......... .-.... ............. .Hallanrl= ............. ...... .. .. ..... '1 J Or4i I t !1,1' .
I : Seaboard Mail. : i I HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS n VIIIV6 0&8 e ts p,. ... ..........................LellIIn CItI...................... .. ..... 71: p C''; Oa 'il to friends
00 I I 55 pAr .......... .. ........ .Mlalll1..I.\... 7 CO p I II Wa I / ):,,\'. I.:' W. Carrlson. Joseph fJarri-

111 ....
One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip ; son and :Miss Ma Johnson are in the ci-
Tickets on sale every Wednesday and 1// __ ly, it the hs-' of their mother. Mrs.IMwtva. .

- I Saturday; return limit sixty days. MO.1t I STATlO.'li. I I Ho. 12T "'I. 00. I ko1."2 I ISCCp ( 1 Luster who is
N Under all curable conditions Dally] PallL Dilly : D..Jly "T Atle."Ii I fo..! 1.1 !llIl. !' seriou.xly ill.

S ONLY LINE OPERATING I The Frisco System in connection : Mrs.W.W. 05 .'1 tr......... Tl'u Tille ........Ar, 13 Up I( ] Sir rna..Arl I'lp! TCC ? I Full arrangements have been made
I with the Rock Island System, from Mr. D. Kauble of Uyler U3 ajLv. ....... .. Oateen..........Ar Jt 3to, 3itpi 1UU,I. !I.*! .Ar!! }UCp.. C i] p
Daily from JOCKSOH i,: Nevaaa.O., was of Hilisard, l65Lv| ........B'lirrprltt..........Ar 1J 00ft, SMpi J II.! ...' Lv ( ; '"' City Ar!. i KpS Ci p I lot-ally and by the railroads for the
I = Through Sleepers ; :Memphis offers the best route. i' cured by Kodol Pa., was Cured .80 al.Lr .... .. ford .. ........Lv 10 Wa i KV! lit:;.. Ar Or CJI! Jc Lv :: y.p I], 3 65 p 'npuorth league and S. S. .Missionary f
Write for literature and full partic of stomach of Chronic
ville to New Orleans & No 251 1NZW1.21: o. i ",,1T I to.,. -Ko.20: -' ", ,,: 22 KJ.UI: -![so.- il Convent, ion that meets at Zion it!. E ,,
U .1 ulars. S. L. Parrott District trouble which ; Dyspepsia by I
Passeni, |at acd Daily MAYPOBTBBANOH. I'M::Jy " ('liur& h ,
S i uer Agent. Atlanta. Ga. had effected 1f"" the use of Sunday! Dally Dally I Daily .... Dally Dally: Daily ISundy next Wednesday.F. .
I let fall t I his heart. Kodol. only 1 Sunday ISl1l1d' I ,>niy I
information and BIa Reierrationi .
call Ii
p r on any Af tat i Mention, the hustling grocer hasenlarged _
Seaboard or writs N .I I a e, I .5 i4 <453j< ; 00 ; 8 81) a Ly J'okaoDT'e Ar 7U.84O&(! lC3p C :: p 8 ; p I
TO THE WORLD'S FAIR t$ p leh I iS i tea pi 9 wa o..J&etioly1lie; 6 Ma| 88h: n sr p 111 p 1 f h his business and Is ready to
S A. 0. MacDonell Asst. Qen. Pass. I I AT ST. LOUIS p >> p 11i I.'I 5Mp 3 15 p 10 06 a Pablo Beaoh. G O al BOOana 11 to p e iC p 3 S 3 p I supply: the public in choice( groceries
Agent, l p ? MPJ BIS S 45 i H 1" K a Atlantis Beach I 7 M 12 lS P 5551BHp I' 8S5p
N Jacksonville, FI*. N Tickets at low rates noon sale. 7 U PI 5 p JMpi, 1'ftlk Ar. Mayport LT OUu a 7 4 vi a 12 _GJ i2a vegetables cool drinks, confectionery,

1 e S. C. BOTLST, JR., Ptmnger Af at, J&ckioBTlle.! Fla. I For particulars apply to Mr. S. P. Il.iy PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COECTICNS: AT KJAMI.CLOSI etc. Free delivery wagon. Your orders -

ieiei ie SI R 1S .. iI :|i S. 1P.. A.. II. & O. R. R.. Montgomery Main solicited. Iron building. South

I HAVANA AND KEY WEST Amateur Baseball Club crossed
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I! bats with the Gainesville Club on the

SEABOARDAIR KODOL, Th s" T!>n'! Table! ibow the Uairi at which train may be exwpteil to arrive and d.parl (:aint's\ lilt- diamond this \\ tot-k. They
POPULAR EXCURSIONTO Oigibt&hatYouEatPPLES. front the sever II! Dor doe the COlD uy hold Itself r iponsibi for any delay or any cunie<;uer.r arising there I were defeated each time. They were

LINE RAILWAY --- ----- -- --- from. ni< fly treated but badly cheated. They

|.-x4-i-t| to give (iairifftvlll* time
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information I

Augusta Ga . . . . . . . . . . . . $I 00 Special RatesLast "BEE THE TICKET AGENT." |I h.-:t' in this i-ity m-xt Thursday.

Columbia. S. C . . . . . . . . . . . . $4 00 -I.. Green the lightning shaver. Call
Excursion to West Florida and 3. D. BA'tlNER( Asst. Gen. Pcuu. .A. ent., ST. AUOUETIHB, FLA. and
try shave and hair cut and you
Return This Season !;
FRIDAY JULY 22 1904 I will always corne. Shave lOc.; haircut
$34.25-EUREKA SPnI=""GS. ARK., and "I trio,,! "it hin>!U (.r I.: ..! rni li.q! nil eo ',1 -i I" -
\ 'Jo me aili'ei!:' < l'illi'ai: <.t, i'.': III. "&.-Ittl."C j 2Zc.;; ; honing razor 25c.; concave
return. Tickets sale Wednesdays l I ,
on HI 'a-t. M>" *:i A.i- f.11. .t | II'( a: i IB
hi --. .\lt-r la. "!0: ( .lI r .'"t tf tt.' \ it,. [rt ) k razor 75c. All work first class. No
Special Train with day coaches and Pullman Sleeping and Saturdays; limited CO dajs. '.I c iiiiti.. e t'." ,.. of tr:11 a ': ,. n m- urn n Ii I
Lli' I'. t'. 0.. '- I If'1 1 It- 1' i I long delays; two chairs. Next door to
$28.55:! :;-HOT SPRINGS ARK. .
and re- in i ll>i> i i caa i-iiai i. r. IILII. ..J
Cars, via I;:....::.., Vacation I Alberstine Smith on West Broadway.
turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays IIt' d C. Witt-D KE.mSt.. Newark. X. J. Days

SOUTHERN RAILWAYLeave and Saturdays. Limited CO days. I IJ.-\'. A. J{. Dudley, general suirin-

$26.15-WEST BADEN SPRINGS." IND. besT I t.--nd-nt of the United Hand of AmtoriI -

and return. Tickets owes! |'"41. \\ ill! b at 1m
Jacksonville:: . . . . . . . . . . 7 45 p. m. on sale July :21! tdy d cd.Si
to :24! inclusive limited i(.it. was in town
Arrive Columbia . . . . . . . . . . 6 00 a. m. ; to August 11. I' I Tuesday on his way

- Arrive Augusta! . . . . . . . . . . . 6 53: ". m. $26.20-FRENCH" LICK SP'GS, IND. I I! to. Silver :Sj.rings, on business. He will
and return. Tickets on sale July :21: C.4YCATP1kD.c (. luin to Ocalt: Friday to organize the1.iii.I
Tickets limited three days in addition to datt- of sale) ; good on last train
to :24! inclusive; limited August 11. |: in this .Iace. Mff-ting called atplitihfll
leaving Columbia and Augusta, Monday, July 23th.; Further detailed inform- !
SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS to the i I Hall at 720; j,. m.I .
ation will be furnished on application to J. C. LL'SK L\.pry condition which makes for pleasurehethpr

A District Passenger Agent lOS West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. extreme principal limit resorts October on sale 31. 1904.daily. with PIea ant PalatftblPot rt Ta.t-G .' I HnO o
.'x'ver.1k"n.. W"h'n '.r ',.rI.10"- j;... .1\ ': \>rI.hi fim.isf :Sky in the Colorado M'lur.t.iins. It I'! th* :ih'-ld its t-t-Jebiation last Sunday. The
I $45.55-ST. LOUIS in i 'f." ceir..' 11 '-t -tal"l': c. C.
MO., AND RETURN (juarantto >' .l- ur \ ..r r .. n.ituial playground \1tti'Jn-.I"1\; \ ing fr- m sfiinon \\IS jiiearhed hy nt'II.. 15.ll. .

I Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. jqj this ht-ctinn. Illustrated liteiatuie sent fi-e on ,i i',,\\.. and was an aljle Uiscourtte..Short .

! Atlantic Coast Line Railway CompanyTIME Tickets on sale daily, beginning April ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION{ BOXESSold rE'luest.Through. ., addrs.s \\er&made by'..'.

:25! ; limited to December IZ.:; returning. .
by VIM. ANDERSON, Ocala. Thomas. James Davis, W. Richardson,

TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904 $38-ST. LOUIS. MO., AND RETURN Sleeper Service FromSt. !, :Sinter lieulah Wright and Sister Kliza-

Tickets on sale daily beginning April ': fjt-th I Ium lIltAll were well received.Th .

DEPARTURES FROM OCALA :23!: ; limited returning Cu days from Louis and Memphis
date of sale. |Georgia Southern Every Day Hand repaired; to the hall and ai

For Rochelle Palatka. Jacksonville and i I large was prepared. Everybody

TRAIN NO. 78, 1:10 P. M. all points east. Also for Macon Atlanta ,, & Florida Ry RATES ALL SUMMER *4_" made, wflcome. The band is in ex-

fllR 1 !1!. i i--. .. t ', ., Nashville" Chicago, via Dixie RocKlsianflLOW | ....!l.'iit' i-on-lition and bids fair to sue-
r-- 'f:. :" -- : "Suwanee River Route." .....
.I' I 1-- Flyer route. I 1. It is the pride of Hernando. Cea-
&J.pae J '..- !_.1.:_- ; !: j THE .s.
III!: J!?'!!. E' t- '.1L. : For Leesburg Croom Trilby, Brooks-i i iI I :-1- L>"on is rhairrnan. II. P. Powell Irfi

TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20: P. M. ville. Tarpon Springs Clearwater 'I j l-.j; ...t! :!-. .. .., .. ."-p ;
Belleair. St. Petersburg, Lakeland Littl,. P... k, Atk., Atliijta: (..i.o.I : .i'l! t ivul.ih} Wright and Amy Banks
\I.\ ,I'j...:I\a : ;,n, ;I'.1:- n. -\.___ ..: .. ../.t"'f"ifoS.
Tampa and intermediate points. l I.V 1.1-kmUVlilr;; > {I. lu 7. II.
Ar. \.t.ii TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosas- Ar l:',,',1. i n i:, ,_ p; DI: I '
sa and intermediate points. \r. \.rd.; a.: "> I' ::. -- ,
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t.L RV. I
.\r. mprt'u. : 7 a !:L ''I. r' : FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER,
ror Juliette High! Springs Live Oak The Great Eastern '.r. ( ...ambu.. ... _. !. ... :. ;. -- -
TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M. DupontVayeross and all points east Ar : !, r I:;. --- I

-, andest.. and Western Line Ar M-......-.,.-ir"KMt 4 K .In'. i. "r.- 4 j p :. H.ts oper.ed her parlors) opposite Martin -

I <> K. P.. V !'tatJI.hfo't she is
TRAIN NO. 49 7:10 A. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosassa .\r \U- ii Atlantic Coast Line prepar-
and intermediate !I Across the Entire States of ..i.1.1.2. T ;" a n, p >i to do all kinds of fancy and plain
points. I \ .
\t.inra. T .
a i. T ; 1: .
.\1 t ....:U'I- a i., di "-s making in the latest styles at
Trains Xo. 39 and 78 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars. I \r. : :: '.:';!',,, :_ _" in j short notice. Cutting and fitting a spe-

__,)a.4 O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on TE1U15Xti $ and l UISIANA \r 'Irt.IiI. -r.l." I' H. i < i.ilty. Your patronage Is solicited.
ISundays.vTuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30: p. m. H Ia-I.a .n. : It f.; .'<: T. .,. -
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I ,
: TRoI'BLt:: To \NEt: I E-T1i..s \1 l : ."* : jll:. ; : k u. I
For full l. complete and reliable information regarding rates, through car \I. N :. ", :: PI !? Pu.

agent.arrangements or addle&sleeper. reservations etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line I Direct Line to : :','U I r. taiwji":: ::.ot'I.t..1\ :. !V 1> 3a"i a a IL, 7 .4 p n. First class excursion rates to St. Louis I J. A. Colyer Bros\\

i. .\; v K. K.

,.-WHITE.. Division Passenger Agent. NORTH TEXAS :i I I II.-.... C.cix.l..ux--: :.:.:: ; .J">' a a c.n; L 1-j ."u'. P tr.t. niT and Return: I Merchant Tailors _

M. ":.uERSOTraI'ic Manager W. J. CRAIG General Pass. Agent .. it. : a nLr \c-
Wilmington. NortTi Carolina.H. NfcW: MeXICO .L L'Jl"t! ., !:. am 4 .' j. m $45.55 final return limit, Dec J J5 merits Have in of stock one of the finest assort \
t I suitings for holiday suit

ARIZONA iI i- trim- fr..m'.n"t: ,- -.r Mac! n. $38 final return limit sixty days ever presented to the Ocala public.
-- I II Trainfrjia i'a.ariia: ,..,nf."'-; a' \ :s.,.'<,-:.. w.'li I
- - - - - - - --- and ...rth '. .. Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning,
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L.s. -.. ..t--- ..:: Ii.xi- K_'.-r T-J: f..r Maci'ii. $30.55 final return limit J J5 days deingand
CALIFORNIAWRITE r.-::;,,::....; ::. iS;>-p"i: ;:ut:. ', ::* a r:: i repairing neatly done. Fall _
\VORMSLvERMIrucE! I I i'ti.lna: !: B ;V-- "- -f>T..: < ".F-f-i.i. 'ia- ...- !! ,. .. ..
vi;; t" -: I..t. vt IIi. r. : a: : '_:
... ens"o! <-Hon I':!:*" F.y-r t"ai: I.-.'s .'. Special ten day coach excursions at : Best suits for the money in town. In
I __ __ _ MotHIi Iir. !kHIII :ii1. FUR XEW BIJ/Jh uF TEX.\: FREE : Snt .;...-ir- ..n "aa t tram l<* thics 'j ; very
spection solicited. No. Z North MalaSt.
n I I without i \
For'20 Years Hc Led all Worm nemeses1SCXa ( WllM TURNER E.r ..ehpdut"! >ouiabouBd and other information. low rates two doors north of Ocala, Uotii ,

::D1Y ALL :CKVGGSrrs. I' Jd'J I ____ n ___
H. ! PTpL4 by----.ui JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.' Genera! Passenger Agent I District Pa".tljforgent.!: 201V Bay tIt4t Through sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via :Montgomery and i

II xaekonviIc.Fla Louisville and Nashville R. R. and "Dixie Flyer" route. OLtYIIONEYTARCw'U
For Sale by the Anti-Monopoly: and all Other First-Class Drugstores. .. Dallas I OrC B RIlODEs. I
I Texas. Utntral P sot'njtrltnt.. M&COu.6$. For further information see F. J. Huber, Agent Oem Co4u! PrcvtcU Pnaumod -


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I The, St.trwotki all around the 1

Telephone 11C. if you want painting j II Washington, July 21.-Fair tonight; I BannerstenUj': afternf, and were ENTRAL NA' BANK

done. i Friday, scattered showers and thun- easy! winners t lJy a store, of ten,. to sev'-

|r dmonns: not !Ooarm in northeast en. It'a;': quite an intere;:tm? game

Summer lap robes at Mclifr & Mac- I I portion. and from the tune clever! Ja,'k Homer

Kay's. shouted "PI",)' ball." to the the end, eit \-
I There is more calami In this section <:nient ran high :Hid thf- rut.-rs rant

LILlIt: : Champagne Mist u Taylor's. La- i[of the country than all other diseases the air with theirbouts.. For thre

dies' favorite. i put together, and until the List few I I straight innings the IJann-rs failed to CAPITAL, $50OO.

I years was supposed t., bf incurable. ,si'orwhile! the Stars piled up fiI \'.-
-3 Unadulterated Pepsi-Cola at Tay- I]For a great many years doctors pronounced I runs. The fourth innu!g saw th" Banners .

lor's Try it. it a local disease and prfstribel -- I making an effort to get; in the

local remedies, and bj" constantly game, and they scored, thanks to the DIRECTORS I :: : =11

Fruit Frappe cream at Taj'lor's. failing to cure with local treatment wnik of I'..\'. -r and t'amIJ.'ifth and
Taylor-made. I [pronounced inrurabl Science ;. sixth inninsseie snappy, and for a R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Edward Hiller, J. K. Christian.

has proven catarrh to be a constitutional j j short time the unknowing ones,. were

Tuttl-Fruttl cream at Taylor's I j I', disease, and tharefoie requires 'guesMn? as to the result. Hut the George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.

i Taj'lor-made. I I constitutional treatment Hall's Ca- i'Stars put all their: admirers on easy

tarrh Curl, manufactured by 1J.. street in the ninth. ('lark pitched a

Mr. I.. K. Edwards of Irvine wa in 'j -
town last night. j] constitutional cure on the market. down) to six scattering hits. -

1 1Nerrola It is taken internally in doses from ten 1 Score by Innings HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. WATSON.ATTENTION. .

Grenadine and several new 'drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directlyon !Stars . . .' 3., 1,1 :2 H !: ft-lo I
drinks at Taj lor's. the blood ant mucous surfaces of Banners . o H 0 :2 1, :3: 0 :2 0-7

the sjstem. They offer one hundred NOlY g1ACC

Red Hock Ginger Ale, in pints a'1 dollars! for any case it fails to cure. Notes IWI IVER 8r MACKAYOcala

quarts, at Troxler's.Mr. Send for circulars:: and testimonials.
Clifford Anderson again hit the ball.
Address: 1J.. CHENEY &. CO.,

IL 8. Hall is ill at his residence: Toledo, Ohio.
Morns, Jevvett and Lid.jdll'r all

on Fort King aenue.A Sold by druggists, 75;: cents. to the ?oo'!. Florida
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation ,

I A full line of Tobaccos and Cigars at Didn't Little play fine ball? And his ,

Tydings and Company's.Three I batting was supeib. Masons will hold an important

I meeting tonight, to confer degrees. A and
('. II Darne returned last night fiomNewberrj. Phosphate Mining Washing Machinery
in stock "Jot"Cheeler was strictly in the full attendance: is desired. ,
flavors of ice cream ", where he installed a lodge I"
game all the way through.
all the time, at Ta'lor's. Woodmen of the "'"rld with thirty
r'n'r'L.J'ly'sIagazine for August at mtc'mL..r Moore his 1'itched supiiort a was goo.I ragged.giiine but attunes Surreys, Carriages Ml

Martins news stand. Piles upon top of people have the

Clark used his tittle deriving hall on I Piles, and DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

I'earl tooth wash Is the best. We sell th- l oj-s. and six fanned the air in one, cures them. There are many different

It. Postoffice Drugstore. two three order.Vof.t I kinds of Piles, but if you get the genu-

I I ine and original Witch Hazel Salve. Building Materials Every Kind and Description
at second wns never found i ,
Work done by Sternberger in paint- T. W. Troxler, Agent for IIuyler'sCandy. I I made by E. C. DeWitt & Co. of Chica-
wanting, and the way h? caught the:
Ing and papering guaranteed. Fresh Shipments Received:: i I go, a cure is certain. H. A. Tisdale of

Weekly. bojs at nallllinwas a cautnin. I' Summerton, S. C., says: "I had piles 20 ,FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS

Best work in painting and paperhanging Haile) doesnl shin. at stick work years and DeWitt's Salve cured me after ,

done by Stern>erger. INDIGESTIONWith !but a ball! taii't hit the ground in thirty everything else ailed." Sold by
its companions, heartburn flatulence Plants
yards IIr him when he's out in the William Anderson. Phosphate Installed Complete
torpidity of the liver, constipation i i
O. R. House has gone to Ki!:simmt> 1 field.. I
palpitation of the heart, poor I I I
look after his big cattle ranch. j I I PLANTED GLOSSIER SEED .
I blood, headache, and other nervous ; There i i- much consolation to the I --- ----

sjmptorns, I'alloskin, foul tongue, offensive loscrs in the thought that the Manners I SAFEGUARD THE CHIL :N----
Mrs. ('. I* liittmger is quite skk to- I Following are the names of some of
I breath and a legion of other ma!it the greatest score in the entire
day. Dr. Smith is attending her. II the melon growers who planted Glossier ONLY A FEW SHIRTS
I ailments, is at once the most wide S-er'eS I seed, sold by Tydings and Company Notwithstanding all\ that is done Ly
spread and destructive malady i I
!'I boards of health and charitably inclined -
Mr. G. IL Nichols of Oxford passed; I in this city: W. W. Mann at York
I the American !! Pratt Morn ile!--ires all the Banner ;
people The HerbineI
Sunday in <",'al.l, \isitins friends.The i ii j I!I I all 'I I II 'I I Lugs t treatment will cure these tioubles.
children is
i very high during; the hot '
I|'I jOe. bottle. Sold the !! Let hllll leal'II thetll to Sing that ; J. M. Knoblock, Martin; the Marion LEFTIf
by AntiMonopoly weather of the summer months in the 9
Rockwell DUunellun\ and cab
\ :i Drugstore Ocala, Fla. beautiful -IIII!?. "'Ih, huI wish I knew Farms and J. H. Spencer, Ocala.; :
I large cities. There is not probably on1''
telephone line will I IK- finished tod.iy. how to play li.ill:' J. J. Tillis of Lady Lake. All these had
1 I case of bowel complaint in a hundred
I the best of results. Sheriff Lane of want to DOLLAR SHIRT for
-- -- ---- you buy a
; William Ross, the pliuvi.itf| magnate I I Ii however, that could not be cured bj
Lot of stationery and stationers' sup- i Sumter county did equally well with I
of (Hines Fla.. J.C.. Ogle of Ihiatui. the timely use of Chambf-lain's: Colic|
plies, just levelled. Ocala News Co. SUMMER I Eden's, seed, and Hall and Liddon of I II I:
.. I
I Ga.. and Ii.1'. Ctilem f Anuiiius, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ht'llItdy.r 52cYou
I Ocala raised a fine crop from Rocky
(;:1., are at the Ural IIuuse.I sale by druggists.\ .
For reliable painting and papering I STYLES 1: Ford cantaloupe seed bought from Ty-

I eee J Starr Sternberger. phone 11C. I !' dings and Company. -- : had better come and get one now, as our supply is
I The pill that will, will fill the bill
Without a gripe.To .
Tracy Morris, the efficient railroad I DENSMORE, HAMMOND : running short
I cleanse the liter, without a quiver, : Handsome line of j I WILLIAM ANDERSON
agent at Dallas! was in town Monday. > piece TYPEWRITERSJust

Take one at night : goods in stock for suits Received at- THEY ARE GUARANTEED NOT
J i DeWitt's Little Early fibers are small, Asks the readers of this paper, who are
Gerlgs Witch Hazel Soap, best for trousers and overcoats. I OCALA MUSIC COMPANYA
!suffering with indigestion dyspepsia
easy to take easy and gentle in effect, or
hard water. Try it. Postoffiee Drug- j j jet they are so certain in results that | We are up-to-date in material ( to call on him at once and get a bottle

store. :I I!jno one who uses them is disappointed I and workmanship.All 'of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. If you knew GOOD TEAM FOR SALt THE BOSTON STORE

I For quick relief from biliousness, sick orders skillfully and the value of this remedy as we know it I
The Ot-ala House wine morns ha\ej
'headache, torpid liver, jaundice, dizziness : executed work :you would not suffer another da)'. Ko- I My driving ponies Kitty. an,] Hattie.
received carload of R1 promptly
just a Jweiserjbeer. i ,
and all troubles arising from an I: dol Dyspepsia Cure is a thorough di- These ponies are well\ bred, being about

inactive sluggish liter, Early RIMMS ; fully guaranteed. I igestant and tissue building tonic as threefourthsVilkes and one-fourth

are unequaled. Sold by Wm. Anderson.t I well. It is endorsed personally by Hamiltonian; can go a mile in four
Hammocks lawn swings, settees veranda Jerry Burnett ,
t i hundreds of people whom it has curedof minutes; are very Kind and gentle; ('an'' EDWARDS BROTHERSAT
rockers, etc., at Mclrer & Mac- I
T-\ yard of allo\er lace and ;a i Merchant Tailor. indigestion, dyspepsia, palpitation of be handled by ladies or children. TheS
Kay's.Mr. I
joke imttein Lust between J. 11.Cil l- I i the heart and stomach troubles gener- are well matched in color, size and
Ii --
lIam residence and the 1'1'l'ooIJyt."i.tll i i a:'allj-. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests gait; are four years old. Price $:'ioO.;
Edward Holder returned
t.1.1)i i church. Return to thi office if found! what you eat. It is pleasant, palatable B. II. Seymour
from a visit tto his wife at Atlantic iLA
i GPPEPneumonia ;?jnd strengthening.
Brach Leading Wholesale" & Retail ButcheisViEGTERN
I For the next thirty days, we offer a A VERY CLOSE CALL"I

Special Cut in Harness to Reduce our ...... EXCURSION TO FERNANDINA,
Mis.Charles Rheinauer left today for
Stock, before moving this departmentinto follows La JULY 27, VIA SEABOARD AIRLINE stuck to my engine, although every
a': *
Seabreeze, where she will si-end ( / AND CHOICE FLORIDA
new quarters. Mcl\er & Mai Kay, but never follows the use of I joint ached and every nerve was nuked MEATSCELERY
month. j i I i
iI "
I i 1! The Seaboard Air Line Railway will with pain, writes C.V.. Bellamy a

I Mr. and Mrs P. ,'. Davis are: s.-ttinj Honeyanar excursion to Fernandma July locomotive fireman of Bjrlmgton.Iowj. AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
Hire's Root Beer, Gingerale and 'FOLEY'S run an
Raspberryade in pint bottles, lOc., at jI j: ready tll visit the World's /Fair FI"III _'-;th. Special train will leave Ocala at "I was weak and pal, without any appetite FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109

Troxler's.For i I St. I..uuis they will pt> on M South I It- ': 7 a. m. Special train will leave Fer- and all run down. As I was ,

I kota. where Mr.I Davis will stay ,i It itops the Cough and heals the loon nandina at fi p. m. Rate $L:3::: for the about to give up, I got a bottle of Electric -

I'month and )11'''. Davis will lenuiin until Prevent Pneumonia and i: round trip.SAVED Bitter, and after taking it I felt
Protection against loss by ;ilre. Consumption.
} October. i I I I as well as I ever did in my life" Weak, Special Saleof
call on Ditto, real estate and Insur- 1 I
II j 111. 0. TACHII, of 151 Osgood St, Chlea, sickly, run down people always gain
ance, Ocala, Fla. ,' ftl'..: "My wife had la grippe and It len KM FROM TERRIBLE DEATH I i
J.'ORI.ITwo nice dwellings of I new life, strength and vigor from their .
I with a very bad cough on her loop *U fc I | MachinesWe
i;respectively seven and nine rooms, fmmerlj I use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed Sewing
FOLJT'I HOIBI UD TAB oared oom,UVtl .
A. D. Mitchell of Summerfit-M and S. i iPostotfue ] The family of Mrs M. L. Bobbitt ofBtrgetoWn
owned by G: A. Nash, lotated mi Drugstore Ocala Fla. I by the Anti-Monopoly Drug t'Jre.
J. Lowell of Ijevon were in town today I : Ter.n, saw her dying and
North Main street, three blocks fmm I Price, 50 cents. have a large number of sewin g machines that have been uietf-ipmt
and retarded for the Star. I i were powerless to save her. The most
i r I out little-that we will close out at Ba rgam Prices. These machines have
St-t-ens I : 'VHITE'SCream skillful physicians: and every remedyused I i
i I PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBERMr. !been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts replaced #
Before contracting for jour wall pa- failed, while (consumption was

pering and painting, see M. C. Posh at Vermifuge slowly! I but surely taking her life. In and made as good as new for se rvice. Each machine is adjusted, tried

Milver & MacKay's. FOR1.1':-.\ gcKi-1 family hors, : this terrible hour Dr. King's New Discovery B. H. Seymour desires to correct and guaranteed to do perfect work be fore it leaves our store. Can be seen

sound and setitle ttHNl 1 walker, A i j"i the impression he lust all his lumber and tried, if desired.
: for Consumption turned despair
plyto v. C. ,)1111. Kt>ntlr 'X. Fla j THE GUARANTEED tin his late lire. This is a mistake. He We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from f4 to %12,
Muss Mamie White, after a'i"it to i j into joj- The first bottle brought Immediate -
II has thousands of feet of seasoned and each is a bargain at the price.
h.-r brother and his family in Ocala, relief and its continued useiomjletely
c li.f returned to Plant l'it). I. IT IS NO JOKE WORMREMEDY : cured her. Its the most dressed lumber at his mill, three miles We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and WIN

Af north of Ocala. consisting of flooring, ion" Machines-with without button-hole attachment.
Tongue the plumber will fix your ,, certain cure in the world for all throat Sewing or
ceiling and siding. Give him a call. and Records. A G and 6 Records for '
'1' Large lot of new graphophone records I leaking faucet free of charge. Call on : and lung troubles Guaranteed. Bot'tles Graphophones aphophone f5.
-- I
latest selections just received at him. i i' ,. ;;;')e. and $1. Trial bottles free at DOCTORS SAID SPECIAL ATTE. :ION TO MAIL ORDERS

the Ocala Furniture Company. I i, Anti-Monopoly: : ) Drugstore.
1: |i r Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at
Km. John G. Ueardon and family wagon and hors. Only used a f-.\\ 1I I BEWARE OF IMITATION I rI i NOTICE ,

ire preparing to mo'eto Savannah. !months Will be suM ,'h..al1'1.1)' t.. | THE GENUINE PflCPAKtO ONLY BY I Peter Fry Woodruff, Pa., writs:

I I1v.. Hail.,)'. Kendru Fl.l.I Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. ; "After doctoring for two years with "SMITH'S"Ocala
Ocala will be sony to lose thrin.Hala !
I ;i ST. LOUIS, MO. | Notice is hereby: given that at the
I I the best physicians in Wa>'ne=burg,
Sold bv the Anf'-Moniipiily Druftorp next regular meeting of the Board of
I We have just received a large ship and still gettingworse, the doctors advised
< is sown U have another res- -- ---- - County Commissioners of Marion II
ment of Tablets and Envelopes of all me if I had any business to attend Furniture Co. '
taurant. It will be a first-class one in '
!County. Fla., to wit, August 1st, A. D.
ery respect and centrally I located. i sizes and grades: also all kinds of Sta SPECIAL RATES 15-4. the question of improving the I to. I hal better attend to it at

I tioners' supplies Call and get prices. once, as I could: not f'v5iLJ:" I.:':* :in-
court house will be acted upon bj" said
Ocala News Company.Dr. other month as there wa no cure fo-
The excellent cigars made by Charles CALIFORNIA Board. This July 4th 1904.i ..
;, me. Foley's Kidney Cure wa r- urn-
Pej the Milo Deyo and Grand Royal
ser. T. Si'trunk,
can be had at the Ocala News Co. 1-: Van H*..>d found in ue ,1n'lh.! 'COLORADO and i II'Clerk Board of County Commissioners. mended to me by a friend anl I imm"- W. P. EDWARDS

I the surgeon ,vf Vienna an m>trun:,' t I 1 I diately sent my son to the store for it,'

I which will ,'ui planter of Paris ,.,,.;,, i UTAH via !4 i p and after taking three bottles! I began At the City Market -
A load of fine watermelons
| Dr. Walter HCXH sa\;:. 'Van will ht\. Union andSouthern I to get better, and continued ti improve

Chipped from Ocala yesterdaia the ;'one if it costs a thousand doll.i:' Pacific FOOT RACERS! l I until I was entirely well." SoU by the Fresh Meat Poultry Fish and Vegetable*
A I'. L.. It was probably the last of the j ,
i i I -- Postoffice Drugstore.

.aStn. Lots lOG 'Oi in n nton'$ subdi\ision ; Companies. ::!I Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion long in Season

Finest location in town. Price reduced : FIRST-CLASS, ROUND TRIP TICK. distance: foot racer of Germany and NEW NOVELS CHEAP

I have a few choice lots, 90x200:: ) ) feet. ; to $:tO to $3t1.;; They go in a L'I: ETS TO SAN FRANCISCO Holland, writes Oct. 27th, 1901: "Dur- and Trade Solicited- -- '
one-half block north of Oklawaha just I I City Country
!1 ing training of eight weeks' footraces I has receiI "
!J hurry. Call on Ditto Merchants' block. AND LOS ANGELES my The Ocala News Co. just \ -

back of the houses of G. T. Maughs andA. II Ocala. Fla.Mr : !{ from ALL M,_..t"THEA'TInPOITS at Salt LaktCuj. in Arril last, 'iej :1. large number of such books :H

G. Gates. Price very low. F. W. i I I AUGUST 15 to SEPTEMBER 9 I used Ballard's Snow Liniment to my! "The Crisis" "The Vir: nian" etc, Free Delivery Phnne 121. -

Ditto. I R A Burford returned yesterday j I IXCLUr-IVE greatest satisfaction. Therefore I highly I j 1\\t.ic it will sell at 25 er.ts. If y-u

: '! First'C''l Fartiias 5y Cents:: for the re'omm"nl Ballari's Snow Liniment : wished to be amused' cr instructed,

I will be pleased to see my friend I-pet: tins to take his family to the I I! Round Trip to Colorado and Utah from to all! who are trouble with sprain.*. I'lean on the O.-ala News Co. Thy have

at R. A. Hall's old stand where I will Worlds Fair. but ou.n to the illness '!June 1 to September Z'',' Ir,:\'ive. Re- :, bruises or rheumatism. :ac., ;;lje.. Jl't 'a: very fire collection fit l"-.ks. ODORS OF PERSPIRATIONREMOVED
do sewing and dressmaking. Give me of his little, th.'ilt I| turn Limit Otobe31.. Il?'.'t. ...ttte. Sold by the Ann Monopoly i I I-n- __ ____ __
patronage, and I will \ Ocala. FIa.
your give you wa deferred. FINEST VESSELS, BEST SERVICEi Drugstore 'LALEXAXDERPractical

good work. Mrs. Synobly: : Simmons. i I i


'W.\ "TED-Man under 3-:; years of vicinity, with fair business ability I I AND THE PJIlLIPrI fS.'I .

age from Ocala. with fair education, to willing to work to prepare for good II I'I I Ask; for particuars I Before going away for the summer, ; CARPENTER AND BUilDERi Stops Chafing, Cures Sweating, Bailing, Swollen, Tired

prepare for lucrative government position government position.! Entrance salary. J. F. VAN P.ENN5ELAER. i all on us for your trunk. suit case or I i :Fed
estimates made on all contract ,
Begin with salary of JSOO. with JSOO. Gradual f.romotionosItion; G. nEralg"r.t.. .grip. We have the largest anl most I
I 1 1I
increase as deserved Write at once, {ot'rmanent.djre;:;:. c. D. W., Box 1, 13 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Ga. I'''vari-1 line: in the city. Mclver and I I work.the money Gives than more any and better other work man tot w.; II.j|i Twenty-five Cents at the Antl-MonojSo'iy Drugstore, Ocala, Fla Ifoney Back "
I i ill Not :Satisfied.: Sam) Ie for 2-Cent Stamp from Eaton Drug; Co, Atlanta. G*. .
I. S. S., Box 570, Cedar Rapids, Ia. Cedar RapIds Ia. G. W. ELY, T. P. A. MacKay. town.

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