The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
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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).
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Volume JO, Number 54 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST ?( 1904 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Yeat



Report From Chee Foo That the Russian
Thinning Ranks of the World's
VNNEBGOODS institution with a patronage of more than
Ships at Port Arthur Have made
Greatest Volunteer Once
I Army ,i 200 pupils from five different states, covering an area
Another Dash for the Open Sea More in Line
\ (of1000 miles diameter desires
immediate correspondence -
., .
is nothing 'iuil! the
There >e gtsuls. '
('hee Fmi. Aug. r-\j\"kt-s just reiv I Boston las. Aug. 17.-There were
\ j with any any young lady who wishes to
They are fine siiid all we rt-p- .. go
I <- -] h<-r the Russian
not so uf the buys in blue lineas
resent them to be many in i! off to school. A postal card or letter will bring immediate -
u.i ships which are at P'J.trthur .
in former }- ".. but notwithstandj j
1 IN FRUITS 1/1.,1. a Miiti- early Monday morning..iiil $1.2@ SANDALS ing this fact the parade Tuesday of the i reply and interesting information.

FISH AND are non IJtiugIufsued by the Jap- veterans uf the Grand Army of the Re- I The 23rd Annual Session will begin on Wednesday,

VEGETABLESTry aiie.s A s'-wie naval engagement is rublKin this city will IK lung rtmem- Sept. 14. 1904. J. M. RHODES, Pres.. Littleton N. C.

rxJrcU" !1. The v.s_Is of the Japantwflwt bered! by the thousands of people whojaiked .

them tyn', if-on and you will I kept further way from Port Arthur the streets along the line of

than usual last night as the commander march to witness it. The .......'...,'..-.............." '"I,..... ,........ ..................................
htu hu oib>'rTEAPOT : parade started r.

feared a turd"-du) attack by the at lu a. in., being concluded at :2! 'f

Russians in the dark Th Russians At 75c p. m. the line of march being but little .i ONCE A YEAR WONT DO TO ADVERTISE
--F..r =- t II. .\t -- .
noticing this.! thought theyould -s-
over h\0 miles long The route allover
We want our names to SINK DEEP

GROCERY 'ill drift to the vicinity. of Che Foo Commonwealth avenue to Arlington f into the public mind and that is why

; A running light it-suited The fitefrom street to Beacon street to :School we "take a hand" with the newspapers -

-- - -- -- i the J.ipaties.ships was tf-rnfii stieet. to Washington street to lilkstr..t't. i every week.
W J J.
AND I and gave pioof thatmiral! ; T.'g. j is to Devonshire street to Sum- i
determined to thoroughly tnnihiltr. i tier street, Washington street, toTi'II1I.le MUNROE & GHAMBLISS Bankers

the Russian O..t.'h..n last seen th -, u__ ____ __ h. _____ __ i i place, to Tremont street toBuylstlln ,
have fresh Both m Fish and fleet was in hot pursuit i street, to Park square. S i Ocala Florida

;Mullet al\vas on hand: The Diana Escaped MACON AND ATLANTA I I FOR SALE I i From every porch window and roof t..s.. .................................,............................................,.. ,
Cedar Key and Crystal Rivrr St. I'etersburg.Aug. 17.-The family AUGUST EXCURSIONOn of every building along the mirth J.eopie -
I One lug wagon, one three or four looked. down on the long line of
OYSTERS. of one of the oftners of the Iussiancruiser I
August 24 the Georgia Southernand horse! turpentine! wagon, both in first bobbing blue, and to these spectators

RECEIVED FRESH DAILY II Diana has i eived a telegram Honda ILulway will sell roundtrip rlass condition, and one two-hoise the veterans sent back cheers and hand SEASIDE INN
from him announcing the arrival of the AND COTTAGES
ticket from I'alatka at $4.5o to wagon Can be seen at Hoojies. Bro waves of greeting. The human Hag
Opened and delivered upon request !>iin.i at Vladivostok. This is the first
Macon and $;r;.;u 1 to Atlanta. Tickets & Darlington, Inc., Rim and Spoke that the (i. .-\. IJ. committee had planned -
SEE :\11I: CAN I intimation that the cruiser eaped:
I good] until midnight of August 27:! l IiH. 1'aitory. O.V.. Reagan, Agent. so carefully was all that could be Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Coast of
Ii tiom Port Arthur Mie was one of thevessels
FILL YOUR11'5: Write for particulars' to C. B. Rhodes, hoped for. The stand especially constructed FloridaEVERYTHING
which was bottled Up at I'ortAithur
W. M. TUCKER, I and made a dash for liberty ;i General Passenger Agent, Mason, Ga. FOIL -\LIo--\ place of 3::! acres. fur it was on the Common
mostly under fence, with good twostory -
facing Temple place, through which
City Market. :Ion Wednesdaj last. It was reported MODERNHomelike
house, four f lireplaces. and. good stable
I that she had returned to Pmtrthur !! A Big Lot of the parade passed on its way to Park
I : half mile south of Anthony. Will The
i j stjuaie. reviewing stand for Commander and Comfortable.
after the flight. !t At the Ocala Furniture Co.
be sold) at a bargain Good reason for
J. n, WILLIAMS I The Pallada Sunk 'I Ii j FRUIT JARS feelhng. Inquire of the Star. guests in Chief was on Black the and Bo'I distinguished :-ton street- Hotel Directly on the Atlantic: Coast.

17. 1'nited States Surf Bathing and Sea
_ ] 1Vashington..tug. Fishing Unsurpassed.
mall. The
i parade passed both the statehouse
CARPENTER AND BUILDEROffers 1'ausul l'owlrr.t ('b{',' Foil. cables! tlwstttr ---- --------- -
-- -- --------- ----- --
i awl city hall, giving both state $. PER DAY. SPECIAL BY TH WEEK
deiartment| that it is reliably tel -
his seivues to the people of iI j i I and municipal offiicals an opportunityto
I l l.tortl.oJ that the Hus'ialluisf'r I'.il-! Address HORACE F. STEWART .
Ocala and vicinity for work in his line. I review it. ,
lad.i was sunk on the night of August LUMBERROJGioR
If recommendations and good work With military pre(isiun the veterans I GOODALL FLORIDA.
10. ; -
count, then I feel capable to make estimates of Antietam, Gettysburg: Vicks-

and carry them to a successful They Saw What They Wanted to See bug ApjMimattax swung into line c of

Issue. J. IX Williams.No. I Tsing Tau Ki.m 'hoii Ja: }'. Aug. 17.- at the appointed hour ready for the I

138. S :2nd! St., O<'ala Fla. .: oflfueis of the Russian battleship } DRESSeDSee tiimmand to march. A platoon of police Commercial Bank r rf

--- 'ziit'vvitch: insist that thc>' haw a Japanese ( : led the column Following the

battleship sink duilng the kittle bands drum corps and Commander in

Fresh Swiss Cheese, Wednesday last. i or Phone Chief Black and his escort came the BRANCH OF f
9 several departments of the Grand Army 0 JACKSONVILLE'f

Fresh Canned French Peas WAS IN POOR B. H. SEYMOUR with the department of Illinois in I

I, tht''an.. Naturally Massachusetts
CAPITAL 50000.00
turned. out the largest representation.Second .

The Genuine German PHONE' NO. 25. in point of number New
W. Kelly of Mansfield, Fa., writes: Ocala Fla, ? INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS f
Yoik, followed by Pennsylvania' Ohio,
Sausage. --- -- -- -
"I ----
was in health fur two
poor --- --- --
years i
suffering from kidney and bladder ,I I f I Ir
trouble, and considerable
spent money
I EDWARDS military, no women and children or AND SOLD f
atMAIITINOISBAXEIIY consulting physicians without obtaining BROTHERSAT
grotesque costumes being permitted.
any marked benefit but was cured
Th> few (carriages in line were reservedfor
by Folej's Kidney Cure and I desire
: I II II the use of disabled veterans, who
I to add my testimony: that it may be THE CiTY MARKET
I I mine in for round) after round of hearty -
the cause of restoring the health of RESTAURANTSj.
I cheers all along the route.
nthprs. Refuse substitutes. Sold by

Also a fine line of I the I'ostoffice Drugstore. Leading "Wholesale: & Retail Butchets
.;j. Class Meals

writes. "My doctor told me I had Consumption -

The Rusults of the Recent Naval Battles WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATSCELERY I and nothing could be done PREPARED LUNCHES

V. B. POTTSCONTRACTING for me. I was given up to die. The of-
Seem to Have Stiffened
a bottle of Dr. King's New
John Bull's Backbone '! Delicious Hot Soup Daily
AND BUILDING i 1 |FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109 Discovery for Consumption induced me

(New Yolk Heiald I l to try it. Results were startling. I am

Carpentering and i.QUlan..1tig. 11'jllur; "IIIT"'I'ulI.I"lIt ----- -- --- --- now on the road to recovery and owe DiningCAREFULLY Room open until midnight. Personal

General Repairing leains fiom a diplomatic soune' 'all to Dr. King's New Discovery. It attention given to special orders, anythingthe

that Kiigland has taken an iiiuomploinismg surely saved my life." This great cure market offers prepared for the table on
Satisfaction Guaranteed is guaranteed for all ,f.iroat and lung
(' attitude! ton ard! the action short notice.Dumb'Vaiter.
I diseases! by Groves & Walters, druggists -
of the Russian the
- AddressBOX warships in sinking
I : I!'!, Ocala Fla. Price. 50 cents and $1.
691 OCALA FLA I Bl'iti'h! teamrr Knight CominandfiIn r. AND COLUMBIAOn
I \ Connects With Bar
I its latest:' note to Russia Ire.t Dr it-
-- --
-- ---
ain informed the"s goveminent it SPRING PARKIt Skilled Cooks Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands

W.W. arman& CO. must pay damages for the Milking of August :21 SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY up- is with much sadness that we note ,

I the Knight 'uniniander If this is ,...- the news of the death of our dear Special Price to Regular Boarders
Prate ..1ry low i':iltcuiMun fimu*>''millf to S.u.uinahanJ
You Will lllld .l \\(1( M-lei l ted stark
pro erics at I and will resort to txtiememe.oures. Columbia. tickets sold| only fm s1.[ ,,' trail Ifdxlns Jacksonville at her home in Winchester, NII THE CARMICHAEL & SON GO

CARMAN & GO'S., Alw> if their is a lepeiitionof at 11 a. in. t'f the d.ite. The laic fur the roun l trip| to Savannah ., July IS, after an illness of six

the sinking of a Inti! >h ship ntih will be $2.10.:! limited to Si- .tt-nilit-r :2. ail to Coluinlji.i. $4. months or more, from heart: trouble.
on North Main Si., not tit of city mar- At McGrath's Stand
ket. ,'miserslll be oideled to exact; lc- limited September: 3. Mr.-- Gustine and her sister. Mrs Mathew : .

par.ition froth the offendins warships. spent two inters in our midst!'! -
Hlltc'dillti's This will IH- thevry last excursion this season to S.i\
a" the companions of their cousin, Mrs. J. M. MEFFERT. J. H. TAYLOR.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES and 'olumlii.1 at such low rates.' The tuk.'tsill I..> sill front
STOP THAT COUGH M E. Sear, and made a host of friends:

CHICKENS AND EGGS Jacksonville only. while here who here grieved by the
When a cough a tickling or an irritation -
11 RetmMuber the plaie and rest assured I in the throat makes: you feel uncomfortable sudden death of Mrs. Mathews the Ocala Ice & Packing Co
summer after their return home in
we will treat you risht.: I take Ilallard's Horehound
19 II_. and will
\V WU.MAX & CO. now be pained to learn 1
}'rup. Dull wait till the disease! has
of the Jassina of the
/ lonely sifter
= t'gone beyond: control. 1r. and Mrs. J. I )Irs, Gustine. We extend !sympa- Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
: A.Anderson. 334 West .th !street Salt
OG lA PRESSING GlUBJ I! Lake City write "We think BallarJ's I I Ihi..s to the bereaved son an.} brother ing plant in this section, and as a result, are
---- -- -- and feel
--- I their sorrow i is ours also.
J : H"'ehoundrup the best medicine
] We quote the following from the beautiful turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.
Over for coughs and colJ'e have used it

Fishel's Store. i' for several years and it always gives J. R. MARTIN & CO.LIVERYMEN obituary in their home: paper: Phone No. 34.

Phone Xo. 167Pressinfr i immediate relief, is very pleasant and! :i our own ate our own forever.:

'gives perfect satisfaction." :Sold by th.lIti .. i i liod! taketh not back his:' gift:
and cleaning done in fit st .\ Ionopol Drugstore, Ocala, Fla. They may pass beyond our ,vision.
Jut! our souls! shall find them out I
class style pinmptlvV( iik ailed for GENERAL
CAUGHT DEAD TO RIGHTS \Vhth" waiting is all accomplishedA'
and delueied. lei: > pine of work I
1 the deathly shadows lift.Ax .
: 1 glory! i:: given for grieving
"'n.I.night RoRe i can unt'down
W. McDavid, Prop. : to Mefteit and T.tyl'r's: -, e faiioi '- Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps Anj,i surety of God for doubt. I I
Drummers Carryalls Saddle Horses i BIG *
: > for a pure ot iiv. He left !has t 101-ii etc. J-.L P. J. ReeVES i:, improving the I I
ycle on the outside and 1 h..!I h! !..- "I'i.nunit} while his better half n

PUREJVIILK, tiiMH-d it had .li'ill'llt'an',1. L.IST night FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSESHorses :1.\.i\ to paint and otherwise imIr..,,'" II I

Mi Frank Reagan: other ot Roy h.:- f.nst: >,f builiings! !I

\\.1" coming down the iia k from his 1 1home The L V I. S building is \.-ir.i$ put i SURPRISE PARTYEVERY

Pure Milk and Creamare when he was met by two n,',n''''*. and Mules for Sale. Horses up i.ear McDowell's s-team mill. itid

the \\h\ asked him if he wanted! to: bur a Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. 1 .ibout one-half mil- from M' Pre I
among greatestof : DAY AT
| s food bit>-tie. He asked th>- make. but ,! t%..bbers. mst'ai of at Anthony aJil ,

table delicacies. Theyare they could not tell him 'He asked the J. R. MARTIN & CO.RENT | before tated. I!

both RICH, PURE and I ii,,_'. whkh was $3. but M- R. told I Mrs( L. Hamilton !spent: a f--w ,days OGALA FURNITURE COMPANY

if i i them he had no lunge with him but --- --- -- last week with Mrs J. L. \\'E'ry.
WHOLESOME suppliedby i
to tome to the house ind they could A. M Jam'-s ia quite lamr. auP'1!.!
i':.ike a trade Hr then struck a match from a severe! wrench to his right lei?

THE HERMITAGE DAIRYGEO md found that the wheel oats 3 R.imbUr FOR as he wa -..tting into hi- buy in HIS POCKET BOOK AND WANTS

and the one his brother had loot Oi-ala: two week, ago.

) B TV .EJ;R. Prop the night before_ Mr: R went irt." No. i-Nice;:: .'.:ou,:: ree.: : :. 'e: j': 1.>..- ..,..-t... near D. S. \tioodrot' I i TO BUY SOMETHING.E. .,-.
the house but of reaching for' ." MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE
I > one.: ; :\ cU

!his iioiketbook he grasped his trusty _,"\0. 2--Price cctti ',e in. >o:; >..-.J_: .Aar-l.j. near I He.ry:;. I Livingston:: One was pale ani sallow anJ the other : C. SMITH

L.ALEXAXDEKPractical shotgun and told them to throw up Xo. 3 I'endleton h >u>e in First \\ani.! near new reen house. fresh and rosy Whence the differ- j

their hands Polueman Priganie waeiit !" Xo. 4- Hall! cottage.. in Second ward, near: A. C. L freight depot, !;ence' She who is blushing with :healthuses -

I :' for. the men arrested and thi|! nice and new bath. etc. : : Dr.Kn'sew: Ijfe Pills to maintain FRESH MEATS AND GRMEAT

: murninJf Justice Waid gave each ofi it. By gentlyarousing! the lazy organs -
BUILDERCareful \ i I them three months on the hard road thy compel good digestion; and, I; THE CITY MARKET ,.,- .

estimtl*'<' made ...II all !I t me of tht neeroes' said he was fromfor C head oft t'or.stiroa1 Try them. Onlycents I I We keep en hand a full line of the best Beef Pork, Mutton and Sausage" ito t
11.1.! I O\ D
; !T"Ku
work (;ices moreaniilirttrrworkf! Orange Springs and the other olaimedI I 25: at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore t be ba-i. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. Careful attention to

the money than any other in town.: I I Marti City: for his fccire F. W. DITTO, '>p.i 2, Merchants': Block.L I Ocala, Fla.! orden and quick delivery made. _' W. L JONES, Proprietor

I s






the first time since the United DEPARTMENT
Shawnee Oklahoma. Aug. 12.-The
REMOVED AT ONCE FROM THE ARMPITS, FEET, ETC., BY i States acquired title to the Panama
weather department has len very kind I -
I j canal strip of land across the isthmus.
to Pottawatomie county and surrounding Out in CaliforniaThe

ROYAL FOOT WASHStops territory this season causing the I I a cargo was shipped from Jacksonville I i i ii Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

i Thursday direct to the port of Colon.
farmers to have record-breaking crops. J
t 1 Panama. the Atlantic of Miss Lula Smith is quite sick.
port entry for ,,
Country produce is being brought in
Chafing, Cures Sweating, Burning, Swollen, Tired I the canal zone. Mrs. R. B. Sutton continues very Ill.
and Northern markets !
daily shipped to
Triennial: Conclave of Knights Templar will be heldin
Feet j The cargo was shipped on the British : Archie
| Jacobs who was so ill,
bringing handsome returns and broad very
the earl) Fall. Thousands are goin?. It's a good time.
schooner Cartegena, and
consisted is
smiles, so if Pottawatomie county j' : of. There is no doubt but that all good Americans desire to much better.
Twenty-five Cents at the Antl- ronopo'y Drugstore Ocala Fla. Money Back i 1&9.112 feet of lumber for building :|
farmers do not attend the World's Fairit j pur- see the Golden State some time. Here's Several new cottages for rent. J.
If Not Satisfied. Sample for 2-Cent Stamp from Eaton Drug Co.. Atlanta, Ga.ORLD'S j i-oses. and: 330 gallons of nar.tha. !! an opportunity.
will not bf because the is j Starr Sternberger.
money Is there anything to prevent your taking advantage of the
There is reported to be
----- -- -- - --- ----- a great de-
lacking. A Territory paper says that j t exceptionally low rates announced for this occasion ? For Sale Cheap-20.000 No. 2 shin-
mand for lumber on the canal
Oklahoma has had her first and only
I gles. J. Starr Sternberger.
i since the American and
hard time, and: that was the first of the occupation the
I government agents have ben Fine roe shad every other day atTompkins'
W FAIR RATES year of the opening of this country buying THREE ROCK ISLAND ROUTESVia

fifteen years ago. It was then that large orders of yellow pine and cypress :- stall. No. 10, city market.

in New Orleans. i iI 1} For Rent-11-room house suitablefor
we lived upon turnip greens, and were I
If the Florida yellow pine dealers will 1 1I :Memphis through the Great Southwest. boarding house. J. Starr Sternberger. -
thankful to get that but sincethat
very I
From Jacksonville I time we have forgotten that there I try to get this business there is little ;i Via St. Louis and the new line to Kansas City and Colorado.Via .

was such a thing as hard times. I doubt that many orders can be secur-:| Kansas City and Colorado. Call at the Mack House for com-

Round Trip. On -al danyUoodtill Round Trip, On Sale Dal ed. There will be an immense amount I| fortable lodging and board at
December 1:>. ly. Good fifteen days. Shawnee keeps her eyes wide openand ; reasona-
S 840,65 S2750 her tow line out for every opportunity of lumber used for constructing houses I Tickets on Sale lug 15. to Sept. 10 ble rates. West Broadway.

the strip for the shelter of the .
of adding new enterprises to her i Ion em- : Ice cream of all flavors every day

Ij.Round iW-l Trip.sixty On d.1 sale}s. dal. flays.Round On Tuesdays hOOd and ten municipality and new people to her I ployes. and also for the construction of ROCK Island Rates from your home townon I at Tompkins and Brooks Ice cream
3 3 9 0 S 2 0 9 5
S I only Thursdays in('Oju hes.June. Good opulaUon. The city is situated on the I I I bridges and other work in connectionwith >, request.GEO. I garden. Go and enjoy yourself.
the canal.-Inustrial
bank of the North Canadian river and Record. System H. LEE, S. L PARROTTGen. I Grand entertainment at Zion M. E.

Southern RailwayWorld's I if! the garden spot of the twin territo- I Pass. Agt., Dist., church tonight. also choir practice and

ries. Her climate, her agricultural HERBINE Little Rock. Ark. Atlanta. Ga.Atlantic business meeting. All are invited.

Fair Route, St. Louis commercial and industrial activity all I RendErs the bile more fluid and thus Call at M. P. Pearson's Spencer

combine to make Shawnee an ideal helps the blood to flow !
It affords
; Block and have your clothing dyed,
Either through Atlanta and Chattanooga or Columbia and Asheville uty. Our natural advantages are un- II prompt relief from biliousness I
indi-j pressed cleaned etc., at living rates.
"Land of the Sky" route. excelled. Nature has been kind to thecounty gespt,n, sick and nervous .

Only line from Florida with Its own rails to St. Louis. Two trains daily of Pottawatomie.The I and the over-indulgence in food and I Call at Mrs. W. C. Willoughby's for
dressmaking. All orders filled
from Jacksonville. Through sleeping car. work is still going on in grad- drink. Herbine acts quickly, a dose after with
Coast Line dispatch and neatness.
STOP-OVERS GOING AND RETURNING on World's Fair season, sixty- ing and paving the streets and build- meals wilt bring the patient into i Railway CompanyTIME way. Broad-

day and fiften-day tickets within limit at principal mountain and summer re- ing more streetcar lines business good condition in a few days.G. ,

cort points to the Carolinas and East Tennessee. No extra cost. An oppor- houses residences, railroads factories, M. Caldwell agent M.. K. & T. R. TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904 Keep in memory that the Mack

tunity to visit the greatest of World's Fairs and spend a vacation in the etc. Handsome modern residences!' : are R..Checotah. Ind. Ty., writes April IS. House furnishes meals at the following

mountains where side trips can be made through the Sapphire Country Lake going up in the city, and yet the city of Su3: "I was sick for over two years DEPARTURES FROM OCALA hours, from 7 to 8, from 12 to 1, and 7

Toxaway the Highlands etc. Shawnee is only about nine years old. with enlargement of the liver and For Rochelle. Palatka, Jacksonville and to 8.

Detailed and valuable information maps folders etc., cheerfully furnished The Rock Island, Choctaw railroad spleen. The doctors did me no good TRAIN NO. 78, 1:10 P. M. all points east. Also for Macon, Atlanta Installation of officeis of Abigail

upon application. J. C. LUSK. shops, employing 700 men, are located and I had given up all hope of being Nashville, Chicago, via Dixie Court No. 21 of Heroines of Jericho at

District Passenger Agent. 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla. here. The Santa Fe people, who haverecently cured, when my druggist advised me Flyer route. Mt. Zion A. M. E. church tonight at 8

completed their $60.000 depoton to use Herbine. It has made me sound For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby, Brooks- o'clock.!

fa.stIain street, are building their and well." I TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20 P. M. vine Tarpon Springs, Clearwater, Mrs. Lena Brandam of Palm Beach

shops here also. Tecumseh, the county Fifty cents at the Anti-Monopoly Belleair, St. Petersburg Lakeland, lost her purse containing J3.60. Liberal -

< seat of Pottawatomie county, is but Drugstore Ocala Fla. Tampa and intermediate points. reward to finder. Call at Odd Fel-
Atlantic Coast Line
five miles across the plain to the south lows' hall.LostA.
TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For Juliette Gulf Junction. Homosassa -
of this city. Oklahoma City, the won-
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSASOne and intermediate points. postoft'ice box key with a
df-rful city of the Southwest, is onlythirtyeight
small dark chain attached. Finder
miles west. For Juliette High Springs Lire Oak,
Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip please return the same to the editor of
Yours TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M. Dupont.Wayeross and all points east
WORLD'S truly.
FAIR RATES this column.A .
Albert Anson Graham. Tickets on sale every Wednesday and and west.

Saturday; return limit sixty days. TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M. For Juliette Gulf Junction, Homosassaand grand moonlight entertainment in

The Frisco System, in connectionwith behalf of Mt. Zion A. M. E. church at
First class excursion rates to St. Louis intermediate points.
the Rock Island System from the residence of Mrs. Levi Alexander
I Trains No. 39 and 78 Pullman Buffet .
carry Parlor Cars.P.
and Return Memjhls, offers the best route. tomorrow night. All are cordially In-
: was troubled for several years with & O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on vited.
Write for literature and full partic-
chronic indigestion and nervous debility !- Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30 p. m.
ulars. S. L. Parrott District Passenger -F. Mention the hustling grocer, has
$45.55 final return limit Dec J 15 ," writes }o'. J. Greeen of Lancaster. For full complete and reliable Information regarding rates through car
Agent Atlanta. Ga. enlarged his business and is ready to
N. II. "No remedy helped me until I arrangements sleeper reservations etc. call on any Atlantic Coast Line
supply the public in choice groceries,
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$38 final return limit, sixty days began using Electric Btters. which did agent or address vegetables cool drinks confectionery,

me more good than all the medicines I Georgia Southern T. C. WHITE. Division Passenger Agent etc. Free
delivery wagon. Your orders -

$30.55 final return limit, ((5 days ever used. They have also kept my H. EMERSON.. Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAIG, General Pass,Agent solicited. Iron building South

wife in excellent health for years. She. & Florida Ry J JI Wilmington. Norm Carolina.LOW Main street

Special ten day coach excursions at very i says Electric Bitters are just splendid I JI I --- --- 'A. W. Walker, the world ,'
fur female troubles; that they are a "Stiwanee River Route."
and hair cutter. 10c.
I I Shaving ;
low rates grand tonic and invigorator for weak,
hair ('ut. :2; c.; honing razor 25c.; concave -
run down women. No other medicine Dixi Flyer Quick Step ;

I I .. ... ....... : razor ;6c. Work done up to date.
Through sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and can take its place in our family" Try -' -- --
I I'I Give him a call. No. 113 N. MagnoliaSt.
Louisville and Nashville R. R. and "Dixie Flyer" route. them. Only 50 cents. Satisfaction is Lv.l'lIoalka..i! j 5 50 p in, 615am''!
I ..' 1 an. p nil, 745amAr. ; RATESTO ., next S. A. L.
For further information see F. J. Huber Agent Ocala. guaranteed by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Valciosta. ...' lll.ipmlllIMlpm, ,

... ......... ., .1... Green the tonsorial artist and
Ocala Fla.COLORED. Ar Tifton 1. 35 a mi 12 :S3 p m i
____ __ _ __ .__ _ h Ar. Cordele 145 a mi 1 48 pm |
lightning shaver. My razor shaves soft
s. A. L. RY. I
I Ar. Am\'rlcus..1 7 5H a nit'| 3 03 p m i iI and sweet and hair-cut Is the best.
If"' \ :i1 1m C\fl ; lw l frn : FHill l TEACHERS I Ar. . ,i 12: :25 p ml 5 15 p m I my
-- P b.rrr;r; Ill cc,'n.,..._: :J ___ r' $ --!r"Dml'if' [_ Ar. Montgomery .......1.. .... .. ,65 p m I| II have two of the finest chairs that turn

r Appointed to Marion County Schools I., Ar. Macon G.S."Y.RY..... ......" 340am, 410pm I| I every way. Razors fixed In all styles.
IW YUU HKK UtI.\'U;: 7UI71Y. D TJIKt GFORGIA R. 8.Ar. HOT SPRINGS ARK. Call and be convinced. West Broadway -
Augusta ...... i 8 pm : ,
'fr lf1\ifr1' r..a I nr \'.r:) r ('1 1 t' 1 Hou'dHltm '-\. J. Johnson C.UK G. R. R. .I, i2.lam j next to A. Smith.

..u..s..J UU :::J principal; :'olrs.Iar)' M. :Stewart, Miss Atlanta.. ... .... j5a! m, 7 03 p m
Ar. Columbus: .. ..... 7 03 a m''' The Grand Court of Heroines of Jericho -
Cecil! A. .Adams Miss Anica K Murray Ar. BIrlllin ham...... 12 -JO mi! .. ;
>\ YUUHIZRUNJ I I Ar. Memphis ....... !S \.I5pmi. i met at noon yesterday In the Odd
:Miss C. Isabel LaRoche, Miss
Cynthia 1 s. c. ST. I.. i Fellows'
Mrs. M. J. Allen presid-
Ar. Marietta .......... 9 11 a m1111 p m i i
Itxandtr.Il's. Ida J. Richardson
] { @l V7TIIFSuir ] \ Ar. Chattanooga .. ... 1 no p m 10 53 a m j V TICKETS will be sold every Wednesday and ing, Mrs. Annie Livingston organist.
Mrs. Aquilla A. Jones, Mis. A. M. Ar. Nashville< .. .... \I 55 p m a 13 pm'
ILL.CENT. B. R. 7 >.'4 p n: Saturday during months of June, July, Au- The singing was excellent. After the

Cll,JSK OK UKJ1' I$ OUT UK VI:! Ji OH 11KQKU.V;: C7l1.1.? O.V Chanller.I'essenden. .Academy-J. L. Wiley Ar. -St. Louis .............. 11 ft 52*:Jam a mAr.lhlC'alo I II. gust and September from points in the Southeast, opening Mrs. Rachel English J presidedin

.. it N. R. R. second degree with (ceremonies and
.Mrs. J. L. Wiley. I Louisville. ... ... :/IHam: 15npm: at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
then in the third degree with Mrs. Annie -
Ar. Cincinnati T 2v! a m 1.; w m
JL JHIJHWERt'l'l'Y ] Mt. Tabor-R. B. Sutton. I days.
c. /&! t. i. R. R. 1/ English presiding. The Court then
Ar. Chicago: .. ..... 15 a m'i 4 20 JJ'm
Union Spiing Miss Mary J. Boyd.Mt.
i opened in regular older with the G. M.
$l'lIH t'l'l'Y' JI7iIL,7i1D JllI\'ll 'TJIKJI J.I7IDU 11$ UOOLI Jl$ \E11 Zion-B. W. Bonner. Miss Willie For Books and Pamphlets descriptive of the
A. M. Mrs. Ada Braddock presiding.
Solid trains from Jacksonville to Macon. |
-- ------------- Hotels
Hodge. Train from 1'alatka connect at Valdosta with | Bath Houses, etc., apply to Business was transacted and the Court
trains going north from Jacksonville i
Lake Side i Addie
: Harvey.Boardman
: Local MrejT; on Dixie Flyer train for Ma I adjourned. Reconvened at 2:30. p. m.
r Alice I... Michael. con. remaining in depot until 7Hu a. m
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Florida East Coast Ry.I Pullman Buffet Sleeping( tars from Jacksonville I JRQ i L E. REHLANDER, Welcome address by Rev. P. G. Gowens
Clarksville Mrs. Lilla Mitchell.
toM: Louis via above route without and Hon. H. W. Chandler. Responses
change of cars on Dixie Flyer train. also Pull Trav Pass.
Moores Pond-Hannah H. Moseley. man's finest sleepers on sane: train to Chicago I 'lOU)<"'II)< ) Agent. by Rev. H. J. Jones and Sister English.
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4 1904. Hard Rock-Mrs. Josie K. Stewart. without change
iOtIT'weow.DREAD I \\'t-tuml.ka-\lr Janie Whitehead. matron Korschedule address southbound and other infor I 13 No. J 8 W. 9th St.Chattanooga. Able Ial.ersere read by Mesdames
Lena Brandham. H. Denham and Julia
UP. Blaze Pond-J. R. Blye, Mrs. J. R. District raSSI'Dltl'rgl'lI t.201! \\ Bay Street I *\ Tenn. Thomas. Visitors were Revs. James

...eo. kniob1. STATIONS No.BR a.78 BIye. Or C. B. RHODES, acksonvillc.Fla i I, Dean. P. E., J. W. Dukes P. E., Lws-
Da1lr'l DaU,. Drill.W&ILv. I
JlmwoolIissIartha Irons. General Passenger Agent .1Iacon.(ja I burg district. Meeting then adjourned.

..................... &C1t"'IIY Ie ............ ..... f PI Pine I
Grove Miss Lenora Bonner.
o 6Ja! .......... ..............So Jacksonville ...................... 1 ,
i MA, ...........................8t..ugultln... ...................... P Bethlehem Miss Ida I). Maxey. I
,, r. rza .............................. H SllBZ9...........................ArU60Jal I I PIt I. A. Colyer Bros G. B. BURHANS TESTIFIES
1142 a .... .....................$. ?aataPalatta! ............... ........ +H p Wesley Chlllf'llrs.Iar! Harmon. ,
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Its 11 10 t8.PIAr;.Ly ...;...............,..:........;...Palatla_.......................,.......LvSanUateo .r: 7 II tela lOa 000 l 15 P p St.Hog Peters Pond--J.Miss II. Davis.Anna Kinslt-r. Merchant Tailors, i II II I .i .i .i.i .i .i.i .i .i .. .. .i .ir

1 I B. Burhans of Carlisle Center, N.
100 ii plAr .......................... /' :. 00. :I..gnoliaIiss Laura J. Ward. I Have in stock one of the finest assortments i .
.. looaiL" ................ ....Sanya o..A E6plLr IICpI IY., writes: "About four years ago I
Sulphur Springs-Hattie Dempson.Freestone j of suitings for holiday suits

>11 !I ................ ....... NeogaBunnslli............................Lv 118 a 111 p -\\-. C. Rogers.Palmetto I ever presented to the Ocala public. : SEABOAIvD: : I i wrote you, stating that I had been entirely -
p ............................. ...................... 43.. u. cured of a severe kidney troubleby
p ............................... pom. ..... .......... ............. .s I -J. H. A. Smith. Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning, i
p .............................. Ormond.Daytena ........... ............... .. 607.. I .1 r taking less than two bottles of }'oley's -
II ........... .............. ...................... ........ :..11.. E'ergTe"nIi's Carrie Jacobs.Mt. dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall I
p ............................ort Uraagt...................... ...... 4 6\:\ a : 1'1f'aant-\Iis Delia J. Blown.I and winter to liking. AIR LINE RAILWAY i Kidney Cure. It entirely stoppedthe
I 0 C8 p.............................Aew Sm'raa... .......... .. .... ..... 4 26 a. PI| suitings your : : brick dust sediment, and pain and
h Ilfp ......... ..................Oak 'I I Montague! McCants.!'. Mix I An-I Best suits for the money in town. Inspection i
S C//P, ............................Titusville.-..< <. 3 .20 10 P I l FOR symptoms of kidney disease disappear-
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1 3 pl i......... ...................Coco*. ................................ t 81 a.. H j I nie Haimon.i I solicited. No. 3, North Main .
U ItO pi 1 ............................Rock! edge ................ ............ t if a. 90M i i J-'arm-\\-. H. Burrell. i I I ed. I am glad to say that I have never
tea ........................ ..Eau GaUle.......... ................. 1 W a co i I her. I St.. two doors north of Ocala House :Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pine 'had return of of those
15 "J............................. MelbourneSebastian ........ "._................ 1 Na. 1161a !i Mt. Pf'lit'rIiss Minnie Boyd j' ,: a any symptoms -
08 11 ............................ .... .... .......... 12 60 s 11 08. Raleigh Richmond Baltimore during the four years that have
109 ....................... ...... 8c LuoleFt .........:.................... 19O1a 1' iU I i Mt. yal-\Iiss Aquilla Dai.itIs.j I Washington, ,
fz fzp. ............................ Piero.."........................... 11 p 1Ql.3aIi II l hn"tI..nlr SPECIAL RATES Philadelphia New York. elapsed and I am evidently cured to
J ...............................T1bba.l.. ................................ Up. 49. j I Estella fours. I ,
..............................E,1ea.............. .................. 11 Up .. i i Stanton-Miss Olive I_ BolerSilver : | : r stay cured and heartily recommend
Up .............. ...............Jensen ............................... Up .4 TWO Foley's Kidney Cure to anyone suffer
161 1 ......................... .. btuart .......................... 11 C5p eo a prings-\1iss: Matilda: Quar- CALIFORNIA ; ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. .
Up..................... ....:Rote Sound::........................ 1 UP 1C16 .. I U ing from bladder or kidney trouble.
fU p ............ -.. ........ Wet Juolter.............._........... p '" ;; tf rma ;, .
P .......................... W Palm Beach ...... .................. ft p 115 Mt. olive-Mi>s Rosa Sabie. ; COLORADO and Seaboard Express Sold by the Postoffice Drugstore.MRS. .
I. p .............. ... ... 1IHOD............................... p T60s .
J" p. ell'1 ...........................".... I Di p T to a Rh..rsidtl" rdied. UTAH via I
I ND..F Laud.rdAIe... ...................... 101D ell! eIle Seaboard Mail. SYNOBLY SIMMONS,
33Y ........ .................... naI"IH'I"! ............................. Spi /6/a j I H->pewell-Miss Willit Boyd. prii.. i- Union and'Southern : :
.8 I "P! ....................."...lA Koa: City.Miami ..........................-- T 810 af00 1'.11. Miss Ella Jaikson. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER,

abp.Ar'.......... .. .. ........ ............................. f 00pi 600a'I I I I
I I I j Black Sink-Mi.!"s Evelyn A. Stewart Pacific : flODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. : Has opened her parlors opposite Mar-

I ';, Hawthorne H. Bonner. Mrs.:: j II. Companies. j tin's stable where she is fully prepared -
I H"nner. .1 to do all kinds of fancy and plain
h, n! l e, l'0, I h. 2 "e. FIRST-CLASS, ROUND TRIP TICK-
'I LTAtlo.'I. Dhl I t\lJ1r Doily\ Suncl" I D.1 A aiy I| B-.ldwin! Farm-Mis.:I Lula Balding. ;i I ETS TO SAN FRANCISCO : ONLY LINE OPERATING ,dress making in the latest styles, at

T 06 .:t.y......... Tituevtne..Ar \l gCpllOlfeLv: )w. Smre"'rl| I =pt7UjiUtliLY > I! 'range Creek-Miss: Annie Dan kin. i ii I j I I short notice. Cutting and fitting a spe
n...........Ar j 11!I2a, l UarHtltB lUpttlOM >>> i Liberty C'haf't'IIi! Virginia How-|| AND LOS ANGELESfrom : Dally Through Sleepers from JacKsonville : cialty. Your patronage is solicited.A .
ISSt..O. .........Ar 11 l OOa._ i>t 113ti'Lr OrMe Cliy./rI lg.I| ) 1
......... LT 10 Wj K P.; 1145;Ar Or. ClI 1 Jo y'' U K PIw. P I sri1j : ALL SOUTHEASTERN POINTS to New Orleans.

21 : ttI. !9''' fe..f I lsl: ! .EE-Tts. +I" j I Jacobs WE'Il-\Irl. Susie:: McDuffy. AUGUST 15 to SEPTEMBER 9 SWEET BREATHIs

t Daily JfAYPOBT D611r' &a .' Black :Pink :: INCLUSIVE.
lea -Miss' Sallie Smith. .
CAt Daft 1. :I'ept I DtJl 1 Pallyj B8ANOH. I xce t Daily D.ty) belly t Dd'1 e. lot tall Inlor nation aDd BI..per Reierrttitni, call oa 407 Agtat
ooly ellttda j as : QJII 'I j Mt. C'armenIisIari... r'.,.meson First-Class Fare plus 50 Cents for the i SeaboArd, or write r a never-failing sign of a healthy

lq 'h l *d 190 PI / SO a LY I'okaonv'e T0 140 ai 1 CO p 1p P, j I Je'usal"m-\Ir Daisy RkhJ.rd.un.i i Round Trip to Colorado and Utah from I I |stomach. When the breath Is bad, the
"p 4 BS p 14 So.Jte&Ii>UYLU til a s ah 1J' P 12HP I i I. A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Qen. Pass. Agent -1 stomach is out of order. There Is
I l ii t a t i} pi 10 M a// Pablo 6CL e 20 al s W p I 1) I I June 1 to September 30 Inclusive. Return I no
11 PI p I" t19 U AllantleBeao1 6 l.1 7 55 .da I ti n 59j I RHEUMATISM j'I I j' Limit October 31, 1S04.j Jacksonville, PI 1. I remedy In the world equal to Kodol
'3pj 81P fh 1 Wa Ar. Uarprt .tr 1 OO& l W ltd 0 I.0.0!! I It I Ii I. B. C. BOYLSTJN, JR., PiMt&fer Ai et, JickionrtlU. F1& Dyspepsia Cure for curing Indigestion,
PEIitNSUlAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT UIAHI When pains or irritation evst on any j' FINEST VESSELS- -BEST SERVICEto 'i. i. i. i .i.i. i. i. .i .i .i .i.1vv dyspepsia and all stomach disorders.Mrs. .

I tart of the body, the application of'|'! JAPAN CHINA, HONOLULUAND : Mary S. Crick of White Plains
writes "I have
Ballard's: Snow Liniment gives prompt / THE PHILIPPINES. Ky : ben a dyspepticfor

HAVANA AND KEY WEST relief. E. W. Sullivan proprietor Sullivan ....- - -...-- years; tried all kinds of remedies
Ask for particuars.:
House El Reno. O. T. writes on f WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE I[but continued to grow worse. By the
These Till T.blee: anew the times at whloh irUoi mar te"sed to arrive and tfftrt June I 6) 1902: "I take pleasure in rec- WORMS use of Kodol I began to Improve at
torn .b' MT r 11) bto.ior.s, but tttelr arrival or dtp&rtun ac the times stated 1) sot gnaraji:fed General Agent. l
LerdoM. th. Con;*iy hold itself rtgfwnslbl tor any i&liy or any eonia uelll"e artrcf ti ers ommending Ba'.lard's Snow Liniment 13 Peachtree Street Atlanta Ga. SIo t la(fULCtxr- -_J .iFor ,a&ilt1.: once and after taking a few bottles am

to all who afflicted with rheumat-I C fully restored In weight health and
20 Years Has Led all Worm
Tor Con of the LOCAL TliTB CARD or Other I.torm..u.. ism. It is the only remedy have found strength, and can eat whatever I like.
'-- --- -- SOLD BY ALL DR't1GGSTS.tpued Kodol what eat and makes
that gives immediate relief. Twentyfive I digests you
and 50 cents and Jl at the AntiMonopoly -- .,- -------- -- -- -- the stomach sweet Sold In Ocala by

.;:mea.- Aut. ..Gen. Fw.-. Agsat.-. -ST.. -.AUQt717m11... .-.- ., ]{A-- Drugstore, Ocala Fla. 'I Cures Colds: Prevents PneuraaaU> For Sale-by the Anti-Monopoly and all Other First-Class Drugstores. ." Wm. Anderson. .




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I Must be bright and in1u=uifus." A

116 it you want painting I Washington Aug. 17,-Fair tonight country' lad pi'", ferred. toys from U: 1. BANK 1 1I

done. I and Thursday to I:: years old) may aNI)'. The right

II I boy will be employed indefinitely, At..
Summer lap robes at Mclver &. :'IacKay's. I 111U L
$100 REWARD $100 least: three years fvi \ite expn-t.d.| No

cigarettes or tobacco allotted. An educational i[

The readers of this paper will be I occupation: Apply at any ]

Harry Leavengool went to Dunnel- pleased to learn that there is at least I time before September 1. 1SU4. to th"l 1 1I

lon+ toJa)'. one dreaded disease that science has I'I Nxala i ib'ptn Printing (',)", Geo L. CAPITAL $50,000.DIRECTORS
T.I'I.r'l .
able to cure in all its stages and [' mana't'r. Fort King IJlotk.! .
Call 13 for I
up Telephone Sanitary that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure I

Plumbing is the only positive cure now known to THE THREE GRACES
the medical rrau'l nitr. Catarrh beinga I :
Mr rhazal visited his mine at Floral
constitutional disease requires a con- I The Star acknowledges a very pleas- I

('itv tOIa). stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh 'i i ant call: from the three young Graces R. S. Hall, R. L. Anderson, Edward Hiller, Ji|| {. Christian

Cure is taken internally, acting directly : this iftrii>D, namHv. :\fi's Movall. I

J, L. Rucksbaum of Tampa is at the upon the blood and: mucous surfaces i:i Miss llhzabfth XP\\!'(ml .,11'] Miss Hope George MacKay, George Ford, Herbert A. Ford.

Ocala. House. of the system, thereby destrojing the i Robinson. They were taking the round4i .

,foundation of the disease and giving! !i 1 and were habited in long dresses which

:\lissnnle Mathews has returned the patient strength by building up the !j made them look almost" grown the I II I President: Cashier:

from Lake Weir
constitution and assisting nature inGoing j I trails of which they handled with th> I

its work The proprietors have grace, dash and swish of those bi'lonsr- HERBERT A. FORD, F. L. WATSON.

Red Rock Ginger Ale in pints and
so much faith in its curative powers i ing to the 4ftu tome again. young Ia- :

quarts at Troxler's. that they offer One Hundred Dollarsfor I I j I I fli.-s. 'vourmile* ,ind winning wars II

any case that it fails to cure. Send I at th- Star office are always at a pre CITY COURT :Mr. W A. Pelot and Mr. JamsWhittf
There were thirteen arrivals at the for list of testimr..nials..j.Jress., mium. I ON THE DIAMONDAs
iOc-s have gone to Lake Weir to
I/.Ia House yesterday. F. J. Cht'neCo... Toledo O.
J'JhnIurra)' and Ike Thomas waiters arrange for the coming of the female

Sold by druggist, 73;; cents. TRUNKS AND VALISES I at Montezuma, got into a personal members of their families.Mr. we go to press Ocala and Dade City are at play on the
Pearl tooth wash Is the best. We sell
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation I altercation and from words to South Third Street grounds, and the score is 9 to 1 In favor of
It. Postoffice Drugstore. I I Before going away for the summer. I
I fists: they resorted to throwing dishes and Mrs. Judson Edwards Ocala.
call on us for your trunk suit case or': are

Th.'re were twenty-eight arrivals at grip. We have the largest and most 1 I Murray was assec! Drew Mathews has m'*>ie.] his connection I Thomas forfeited his bond of $5.;;
the Montezuma :yesterday. varied line in the cit). Mclver and Springs."
with H. B.I Masters und is now
in Tax Collator H. L. Carney's office.
FOR SALE Buggy In good condition NEARLY FORFEITS HIS LIFEA M M Little who has been visitingfor
Mr Mathews has quite a knowledge of
J Stat Sternberger. Dr. James I II 1'ittman is here from I! the last five weeks in Atlanta Oxford A. E. BURNETTTHE
tax matters in Marion eutility.SZjhq'.
Ja..koiiv'ilhwith his i Illicit little !! runaway, almost ending fatally and Gainesville; Ga., Nashvilleand

Mrs If. .\. Ford and -- ,, Parted a horrible ulcer on the leg of J. IIt'ntl..r'on\"illfo. Tenn. and St. Louis
:Miss Emily I:tu;!iii'-i. who \\ ill si 'nl l :i ulul with -

Ford have gone to Seabrf'f>zf'. hei) B. Orn r, Franklin Grove Kj. For four Mo, returned home today.A JEWELER

years it defied all doctors and all rem

Work don> by Sternberger In paint- NEW NOVELS CHEAP II I edies. But Bucklen's Arnica Salve had SUMMER COLDA

Ing and papering guaranteed. I no trouble to cure him. Equally good

T. "'. Troxler Agent for Hujler's The Ocala New Co. has just recelvi I I for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and summer cold Is not only annoying FINE WATCHES GUARANTEED SILVER
: Piles. Twenty-five cents at the AntiMonopoly -
.Mr Phillips of the Commercial Hank Candy. Fresh Shipments Received i Jed a large number of such books as I but if not relieved Pneumonia will be ,

is suffering with sore eyes. Weekly. j I The Crisis" "The Virginian: etc., ] Drugstore. Ocala Fla! I 1 the probable result by Fall. One Minute -

I while it will sell at 25;; cents. If you II j Cough Cure clears' the: phlegm JEWELRY
of Kendrick who was!
Best work In painting and paper- Mrs. P. R I..>!otf'r and children returned wished to be amused or instructed 1'll'tain't'hb draws out the inflammation, heals ,

hanging done by Sternberger.The yesterday from their t wumunths' I call on the Ocala News Co. They have in the city this moining. informed: aStar soothes and strengthens the lungs and ,
I reporter that he had the contract KNDOPTICKL:
visit to Georgia. They an- at a very fine collection of books. bronchial tubes. One Minute Cough
to supply the Lake linden Sand Brick
Ocala Furniture Compony has a the Montfzuma Cure is an ideal remedy for the chil-

large lot Mason's Fruit Jars for sale. I 31rs. I*.. Tydihgi. and t\\o daughters. !| Compiny' with lime.CHOLERA dren. It is pleasant to the taste and GOODS

I, GUAVAS I Miss Ella T>.dings and .[ 1 perfectly harmless. A certain cure for
Mrs M II.uidel.sinan and baby re- I Strou-1 and two childien. came u|' today i INFANTUMThis (Croup Cough and Cold. Sold by Wm. "
Onp dollar ($U JKT crate. Sims Rio: ,
tuined this afternoon from New York from Dunedin and storied 1 over for j disease i has lost its terrors since Anderson Ocala Fla.A .
St. )'t'l'r"lul"g.11..
I the night with Mis Charles TV,'..lingsThey i I
Z Spink. the shingle man from Whit- will return to Anthoti IIMIKHIOU i rhoea Remedy came into general use.
I II healthy he-angel between twelve
nev, was at the Montezuma jestenhy.Gerig's P. B. Curtis cashier at the Teapot I i, The uniform successs which attends Merchants Block.
I and sixteen yea is of age can get a job
Grocery: has resigned his j-osition, and
LOST Saturday aHeinoon. on thl'i| 'the use of this remedy in all cases of OCALA FLORIDA
... by applying to George; Tavlor. Readnt'ol'gl"s
left today for his old) home in Glenw
Witch Hazel 'bowel in children has madeit
Soap best for streets IIf, :i ineiiiiii.niiliim 1t..k.1 i' complaints I advertisement.Mclver .

hard water. Try it. Postoffice Drug-
store. on the inside. It also: ; oiitainc-d al i> known. For sale by all druggists We Are Still Hustling.and .
BATH TUBS and MacKay are closing up 0
meal ticket at the Montezuma hotel

Hammocks lawn swings, settees veranda Yonge the plumber will put in for you: and a receipt' for $10 from II. 15. Mas- I':. McLeod.. the original and uniquesun the work on their big building and have supplying builders with the very
taken off a gang of woikmen and sent fi
rockers etc, at McIver & Mac- one of the very best porcelain bathtubs I Iteis. besides some other papers of no of toil was in the city yesterday best seasoned lumber for every pur ;
them to Port to the work
Inglis push
Kay's. at 10 per cent above (cost just" to I value except to the oft nf'r Return to I and remarked that since :Mis! McL. had pose. While the demands of our cus-
on the hotel and fur the Port
keep business lively and his customers :i this office or to O, '\', Reagan and re-I gone visiting he was "hogging it." and
i Inglis Terminal Company. tomers are great we have disappointed
Mr and Mrs', T. H. Wallis and childien I cool this hot weather. ceive suitable leward. tf. had made up his mind that he wanted
!I I no one and are glad to state that our
have gone to Savannah to'i it Ii Li paying office and would make the
The excursion over the S..1. I.. from I WAS WASTING AWAY"I efforts to meet the desire for a gradeof
frit-nds. I I \\',\XTEHgll".1: colored woman i, nice for county cleikit the next primary 7
Tampa and Orlando to I..fwhlHIa this lumber of the best have been
I I at tht1..It,,' .la !House to do\ geneialIwoik. that shortly he would go into ,

Hire's Root I5eer. Gingerale and i!t J JRaspberryade imotnnig t oiisisted of fouiteen cai"?. I i If single she can iixim at the !! the court house square and under the had been troubled with kidney appreciated far beyond our expecta-
full I ihou disease for the last five ," writes
jammed standing on the platform years
in pint bottles 10c., at i iTroxler's. !:e. Apl'l.v{ at once to the: !Flond.iHou shade of a tree that casts a grateful tions. .
i and hanging to the brake"!' + Robert R. Watts of Salem Mo. "I lost
!I !:{>. I kala. Fla.STRAWBERRY haloo o\'+-I' a window of the clerk's
flesh and never felt well and doctored
office he would shed his leather
A REMINDER SUS-I with leading physicians and tried all
'ul L, 1' Miller left yesterday for I PLANTS FOR SALE i l pendeis and 6-i-nny nail buttons C PfRt NJ
remedies suggested without relief. Finally
Why not have one of those Instantaneous I the -- --
begin canvass.!
N. berry s. r. to visit relatives fora Apply' to Isaac Elevens, Ocala, Fla. i II
I tried Foley's KIdey Cure and
Water Heateis in and
put now,
ft'\\ week!'
be ready for this winter. Just remember A GOOD TEAM FOR SAL less than two bottles completely cured
FOR IUXT-Th residence W. P. EDWARDSAt
I on Oik- "
me and I am now sound and well.
that a hot bath costs'
The season is over and the doors of i i lawahaIIUI': : : now tH'l'UIit-.l.l.y Mis.I .
the Continental ONE CHNT. Call and let us show j My driving ponies Kitty and'Hattie. During the summer kidney irregularities -
Hotel at ..lllantieBeach j I Jf.nni.llittit'I.1.. is for rent Inquire
are often caused by excessive
them to the City Market
are closed >ou. of Mrs. Jt'nnif'hitfit.IJ These ponies are well bred being about
FI.oHW.I'L1! lmXG AND ELKCTRIC three-fourths Wilkes and one-fourth drinking or being overheated. Attendto

COMPANY, Ocala Fla. Hamiltonian mile in four the kidneys at once by using Foley's Fresh Meat Fish and
Before contracting for your wall papering : LOST-A white l'uff.ith a gold ; can go a Kidney Cure. Sold by the Postoffice Poultry, Vegetablein

and painting, see M. C. Dosh at link button, Mudded with a diamond minutes; are very Kind and gentle; can
kIH'rlacKa"s.. T. D. Bryan: has moved into his own be handled by ladies or children. They Drugstore, Ocala! Fla Season
I.iundijnumber of cuff I i13"". Lost
j home, rt't'E'ntloc'upif'ol bj' Captain G. are well matched in color, size and
I i over a week ago between my leM.lemevia
|1\1. Ilubbard. Mr!=. J. Courier: has Hood Tipton who spent a week with
Herman movjed gait; are four years old. Price $500.
Benjamin returned this |H);:toftVe. and Mis. Wateiman's and Trade Solicited
I into the house varatM by Mr. Br -- B. H. Seymour.Geo. his father, J. J. Tipton. in Ocala has City i Country
moi mng a'i"it" to his brother Sii imun. i I finfpl" will bf suitably'! lewarilfd. Apply -
{lan returned to St. Petersburg, where he
in Jacksonville. to Dr. \\'. V. Nevvhum. Oiala.
has a IuD'ilJll'| position in the bank. I Free Delivery Phnne S 2 S.Ir .
Giles; and Co. received Mondayover
He was accompanied home bIrs.
Lavender, for keening moths out of IT IS NO Junta R"ltPrt.mdl't's of Dunnellon was in 41111 pound- seed cotton, the first .

your woolen goods. Nothing else so the city this morning on impoitant I of the season. The price was' private, Will Dillaberry.
I :\ and Mrs. A. E. Delouest will Carter Harrison mayor of Chicago,
good. Postoffice Drugstore. Yongue the plumber will fix your school 1 nutters. The Dunnellon schooldi.tiut as no standard has yet been establlhed. -

leaking faucet free of charge. Call on has disposed of its old schoolprorty. I WORLD'S FAIR RATES leave Saturday for New York to enjoya is trying to settle the meat strike. Success -

him. season of rest. They expect to go to to him.
Irs.Iatht>ws of Tampa who has .
l purchased a lot to the west tr
Indiana and the World's Fair ere their
bt'*-ii visiting Mr D. .A Miller and fam- of town and are erecting on the same CURES SCIATICARev. Via L. and N. R. R.

illeft yesterday for Mic-unopy II MISS SHARPE'S KINDERGARTENAND a tine !x-room $:::01),) school building. return.J. I A Big Lot of rAt
I W. L. Riley LL. D.. Cuba N. Excursion tickets now on sale dally

PREPARATORY SCHOOLI 'Hob" says the new bank is doing a writes: "After fifteen years of Y"I from Ocala to St. Louis and return. the Ocala Furniture Co.
C. Howell who down from
FOR RCNT-To furnished came
young man laiidofflf )litl"' md I its FRUIT JARS
Will deposits areI ating pain from sciatic ,
I open the first Monday in October, | J45.55-Return limit December 15.
room, close to square. Good I increasing d illy, Anthony yesterday, reported seeing the
i at the school rooms 135; North Second i under various treatments, I was J38.00-Return limit 60 days.
n*-ighborhood. Apply at this office. I indue-I effects of a terrific rain and storm several -I "
street. I\ .. particulars address Missj I ed to try Ballard's Snow $30.55-Return limit 15 days. KNIGHT TEMPLARS "CONCLAVE
I miles north of Ocala. were
,Annie M. fharpe. corner Fourth and 'first! application giving my first" Corresponding low rates from other !
The excellent cigars made by rharle For relief'l thick across the road and fences were
Lime streets Ocala, Fla. i iMclver and the second entire relief. points.. The L. and N. Is the best line Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacifio
l't-\ s.-r. the Milo lK yo and Grand Royal : WATCHESAnd I crushed by falling timber, while the
YEIH give it unqualified recommendation. to St. Louis. I Railroad
!. an be had at the Ocala News Co. rain that fell made a small Panama
and Mat Kay are placing the Tv.cnt\-five and fifty cents and $1 at For rates, schedules and sleeping car I canal. First class round trip tickets to San

I material on the ground to l begin the REPAIRSGO I the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ocala. reservations, apply'! to J. M. Fleming I I Francisco and Los Angeles account the
Mr T. B. Snyder will move this week
work on the east wing of the Oi;ila TO- i Fla. Pass. Agt., 206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Knight Templars conclave September
into his own residence founder of the
occupied by I ReW. E. Mumford.
House which they are to convert into I Mr and Mrs J. M Barco and their Fla., or C. L. Stone. G. P. A., I 5-9 1904, and Sovereign Grand Lodge
M' J. M. IXirco Mr Bareo and family F. Georgia Industrial and Orphan Home
I five handsome stoies WEIH I !E thinning daughter. Miss Sue Louisville. I L O. 0. F., September 15-25, 1904.
will hoard for the present." I near Macon died Sunday morning. He ,
I The Jeweler I II will be iruests of the "Savoy. which Tickets on sale from all southeaatera
remembered in Ocala because ,
is kindly
t TO FA'CHANGH-Storehouse, large I hotel( Mrs I J..nni.Yhitfi..J) will con- KNIGHT TEMPLAKS points August 15 to 27. in elusive and
Wash Stand Matting a yard square I -- -- ",,-- of his bringing here his famous "Boy
dwelling and livery stable, two ...'res 'I .iUd. ODD FELLOWSThe ,i August 28 to September 9, Inclusive.
I I" 't material, only I.','.. realalue.. 3d(. I Band" last winter who were touring :
land in nice town in Tennessee for The two shortest and best lines from
Come and got onto don't wait, they are SUMMER Last Opportunity of the Year to the stair to raise funds to sustain the
nice home in Ocala. I"'. W. Ditto. '"larence) M David is now a soldier in New Orleans Kansas City or Omaha
11111\'i IIg'. Pittman and Son. I Visit California home.
Room Merchants block Ocala. the regular army lJ..inga member of I\ through to the Pacific coast

I I STYLES I the regimental band at Fort I.eavtuoith Beginning August 15, and continuing a II I| Ask for particulars. J. F. Van Rni-
For the next thirty days, \ve offer
t Mr. W C. Ciedle a thrifty young Kanja! clarence! hid a natural daily to September 9, round trip tickets DeWITT IS THE NAME ; salaer. General Agent 13 Peachtree St.,
Cut in Harness to Reduce
our i trucker otnthonv'. \\:11':i in th* city Handsome line of piece .iptitude fur mu- t'. and when he left will be sold on account of the above When you go to buy Witch Hazel Atlanta, Ga.: G. W. Ely, T. P. AR..
Stock before moving this departmentinto i
: veMe!'ilaj' and jeni'-mln-ie.! t h.' St u r.I r. : goods in stock for suits/: h-ie, thief years ago. was very expert conventions from all points In the Salve look for the name DeWITT on ,II I 0. Bean T. P. AWe -
new quarters. Mclver & MacKay. I
: trousers and overcoats. i. "11 the i 'I'n..t. a talent which he has not Southeast to either Los Angeles or every box. The pure unadulterated :

ISEABORD i 'Unwed to go unimproved He learne'1.h' r I San Francisco at extremely low rates, Witch Hazel Is used making DeWitt's ,; have just received a largo shipment
Three 13 a.ry novel and pretty pen are up-to-date in material -
I .! fundamental! principles of drill in I with final return limit October 23. Witch Hazel Salve which is the best i of Tablets and Envelopes of all
11 1,1 i ink and water color drawing u"I.rulr t and
; workmanship. th-! I. .d,1! i mml.-s! and his first steps; in Tickets will permit of ten days stopover salve in the world for cuts burns : tizea and grades; also all kinds of Sta

'ninks" in T. B Snjdei's show I AIR I All orders skillfully and and allow holder the and piles. The. tioners' supplies. Call and
window! the work of Mrs Snyder's LINE RAILWAY l"r' jt >,m"-) -r\u-.- :should lw easy. at St. Louis bruises, boils, eczema get prices.

ieit lingersFirmer's i promptly executed, work privilege! of going one route and returning popularity of DeWitt's Witch Hazel I Ocala News Company.

Special Rates I fully guaranteed. 1! A PERFECTLY PAINLESS PILL another without additionalcost Salve due to its many cures has caus-I j I Iled

I i I! except that tickets returning via numerous worthless counterfeits to : NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

Pills mace by TVeeden andI $3U5-ElT.iKA!! ;; SPRINGS. .\nI ., and i Jerry Burnett ''I* the one that will cleanse the system" Portland an additional charge of $11 placed on the market. The genuine ( Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap

"nt of Cufala, Ala. will break up any i return. Tickets on sale Wednesjivs ?,.t the liver to action cure headache I will be made. bears the name E. C. DeWitt & Co.,I ter 4Ss8 Laws of FlorIda.

t ie of chills and fever. W* have tried. I!i and Saturday: limited CO ays. I Merchant Tailor.! a:1: 1 I",iv'e a good taste in the mouth. The Frisco-Rock Island Systems offer Chicago. Sold by Wm Anderson Ocala.: Notice Is hereby give that J. F. Pelot,

tlirin. For sale by Carmichael and So as.35{| : HOT SPRINGS. ARK, and re- I-, -- The famous little pills for doing such excellent! routes in either direction. I I purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 721

Co. Ocala Fla. I turn. Tickets on sale WeJnesKijsj : Ai'ik pleisir.tly! and effectually l are De- Write for rates descriptive literature. REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER !J I| dated the 2nd day of June A. D. 190,

I. and Saturdays." Limited 60; dajs. W tt' Little Early Rit.r Bob Moore and full information and let us plan DENSMORE, HAMMOND ; has filed sail: certificate In my office

FOR. SALE-Two nice dwellings of: |SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS to the 1A GRIPPE ..f La '.\\.-ttInd., s.\s." "All other rills: I your trip. S. L. Parrott. TYPEWRITERSJust j I and has made application for tax deedto
resj t.'tixely seven and nine rooms, form -
I principal resorts on sale" daily, with I 11.,\'.. used ffiipe and sicken while De- i I issue in accordance with law. Said
<-ly owned by G. A. Nash, located Received at-
I extreme limit October 31. 104.: 1v.t'.< Little Early! Risers are imply! Irs. Mivbri-k: i" on her way to the certificate embraces the following described -

N'-rth Main street three blocks fromthe I ,$+5.55-ST. LOUIS, MO., and RETURN.' Pneumonia follows La Qrlppo ; "-eft:' Soil I.J'm, Anderson. 'I! United; States.Opposite OCALA MUSIC COMPANY j property, situated in Marion
court hou<"e. Apply to Isaac Steen \'- I ,i
!;. Ocala. Tickets on sale" daily l.Jegilning April but never follows the us* .f i' county, Florida to-wit: Lots 9, 10. 11,

25::i; limited to 1'ember IZ.:; return.- g SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF I City Hall P. 0. Box 374 PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBER Block 11, Bdl \'Ie-w.
$33-ST. LOUIS MO., AND RETURNg FOLEY'S Honeyanar CHOICE LAND FOR SALE I Mr. B. H. Seymour desires to correctthe The said land being assessed at

Mr. Harry Izlar. the bright )''} : Tickets on sale daily, beginning: Apri!; i: H. R. HUNTERi impression he lost all his lumber I I! the date of the issuance of such

atttiiney. assumes a new role that of 1 j 25: ; limited returning 6u days from For save: 73:; acres of as good land as : in his late fire. This is a mistake. He I II i certificate in the name of unknown.

wholesale grocery salesman.having takri j, date of sale. It stops the Ccneh and heals the lung can: be hal: in Marion county, described i has thousands of feet of seasoned I i, Unless! said certificate be redeemed according

a Position with the Teapot Gro-. ;$67.75-Los Angeles. Cal., and Return, Prevent Pneumonia! and Cocsamptloo.MB : W'-j of n\vi4.. sec 19. tp 14, s, r 22 . GUN . dressed lumber at his mill three miles to law tax deed will Issuethert.on

r\. vacated by Mr Turner Brewer. I Tickets on !'aleUg 15;; to Sept 9 ir.elusive -. e.: or Iyir.g along! the Gainesville roal, I Ii north of Ocala, consisting of flooring on the the 19th day of August
w ho leaves tomorrow for Douglass' Ga.i a VACHU, of IS? O';oo4 St., ChlU1'1t, i: --
with final limit Oct. 23.: about 41:! or five miles from Ocala. ceiling! and siding. Give! him a call. A. D. 1904. Witness my official signature -
Rita wife bad l,
"Mj .. aad ititft hrlli .
w here he takes nppe
of .
a position travelingsalesman ; $23.75-Richmond. Va., and Return t "-7 bad eoafh oo her lucn wkisrl Hare Is a chance for it will be soil ; LOCKSMITHI and seal: this the lath day of July,

for the grocery business oi r Ticket on sale Sept 4, 5, b and 7. 'ou,'. Ho.ii are TAB oarti coaf Uul*,- cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star I Lot of stationery ana stationers' supplies A. D. 1904. S. T. Sistrunk

his brother in that city. limited to Sept 15, 190t. .1 j Fostoffice Drugstore Ocala. Fla. I' office Ocala: : Fla. | a Specialty. just received. Ocala News Co. Clerk Circuit .Court Marion Co.. Fla -



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city council met: last night in

regular session. Present; A. G. Gat. .
president: and Councilmen Mclver.Weathers. .

CLOTHINGFor Ford, Chace and Barco. Ocala Florida YOUR HONEY ?

Several: citizens were: present with i
I iI .
I grievances. Mr. Frank Reagan complained I
We have pure, strained Honey -

hot weather, you must have cool clothes. Why not I the Florida for the Packing citizens in and the Ice vicinityof Company I Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery !: in \-gallon cans, $f.OO

try one of our_ & of the nuisance caused by the I each.I: .

waste water.: The council assured! Mr. Phaetons i

"EFF-EFF" Reagan that final and pre-emptory demand Wagons, Buggies, Surreys, Carriages I i pint bottles, JScts each.

SUITSThey would be made on the company

and the. Geo.nuisance K. Robinson would he was abated.Mr. notified. I I HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS I ASK NOW.THE EOR IT

are light !but built to hold their shape. i l_ I .
=== that he must remove: the fertilizer from I

the rear of his office on Magnolia Ft. Building Materials, Every Kind and Description

Cool Underwear Hosiery Fancy Shirts Frank Gadson a.kethat his r-er-

sonal taxes be reduced stating that FAIRCLARK

and Lightweight Headwear at they were excessive. The council regretted FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS

I : that it had no recourse in the

Phosphate Plants Installed
The Florida Packing and Ice Company Complete I

H. B. MASTERS, was notified that it must pay up __04 I

its market permit: or a new permit I
t t.
would not be issued.A EL TROPICO I _, .

s r...... _1)'_ :_-_
: .
deal of discussion indulged .
OCKLK: FLA.I :. great was '' CIGAR FACTORY I -- "1'j : ---

in over the Star's bill of $117 'f"K
for the" bond ordinance and the --.'. _"V.0If'10...... !
I'II printing I II ..I.;'J''";' '......
I Banner's bill of $33.25! for printing the I -r"a ti }(
Makers of the .
names stricken from the registrationlist. .5T.W\iS. \ t' fON' 5TATI0fhrDugh ,,\

Mr. 'alroll of the Star was present -0MILO -- I
L. BITTINGER & CO. : and voluntarily reduced his bill ? S"& DEYO .

to $10u. which after a great deal of discussion -
Highest Grade 5e. Cigar

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll Stopping at the Montezuma Hotel for a pro and con was paid. TheH.lDorr's

i bill which was said to spreadout 1 :
Proprietors and PublishersC. Short Time Only. r'; : cZI1 pK
too much, was cut to $Ii. 20

Can be consulted on all affairs of life, i _
The ordinance to carry into effect GRAND

L. BITTiNGER, such as business speculations: love, the bond ordinance was placed on its ROYAL I NEtyoakEaNs'f

Editor and General Manager.R. courtship, marriage, divorce; in fact, final reading and passed and referredto I HAVANA CIGARS 1rr ;

every thing connected with your daily the mayor for his signature.An I "- In Five Sizes '

R. CARROLL, life. Has helped others, why not you? ordinance was introduced givingthe -0- +
City Editor and Business ManagerWe Remember, the Madam is no fortune A. C. L. Ry. the right to close up Sleepers and Dining Cars
CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor I
teller, but one endowed with the gift I South Fourth street where it crosses i, <
of prophecy, spoken of in I. Corinthians the: railroad, was read and referred to Ocala. Florida. 1
take pleasure in reproducing the 1I
xii: 10, and in the fourteenth chap- the judiciary committee.: This is needed I! St. Louis and Mobile\
following card which appeared in the I ,
ter of the same book. Office hours, 10a. in the construction of the new de- II I
Banner this morning from lIon Jno.G. .
m. to 8 p. m. Room 37, third floor. l lot and opening up Osceola street St. Louis and New Orleans
Reardon, who has transferred his
Come early and avoid waiting. Every- which is now obstructed.An .
home from Ocala, where he has livedso
thing strictly confidential. ordinance to close Pond street THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO."ED'S
many years and been so worthy and' up Ask for tickets tla M. & 0. U.B.
distinguished citizen, to Savannah not received on Sunday. between South Fifth and Sixth streets.immediately ,.
a Mr. P. S. Hay M. & 0. R. R. Mont
in the of the High
Ga. Ocala parts with Mr. Ileardon and rear
School building passed. The street. gomery Ala.
his estimable family with sincere regret -
which is little used is wanted to enlarge PLACE"I I
and wishes: for them all the comfort -
I .. .. .
the school d
Saturday, August :u. the good grounds.The -- ".JIl//JwJ the
happiness and success that is peopleof : by stealing ;
Ios-I members of the council! labored hours OF l'm.n-sHAre.I 'VHITE'SCream
sible to secure on this mundane sphere.: Fort McCoy will give a barbecue,

and a large attendance is desired. The until 12 o'clock. McGrath's Old Stand

Ocala, Fla., Aug. 16, 1904. VermifugeTHE
Star is in receipt of a note from Squire
In leaving Ocala I desire to expressto
Hinson, who says that great" preparations VIOLENT ATTACK OF DIARRHOEA WEST SIDE SQUARE MarylandClub
her dear people my due appreciation
are being made for the day and Cured by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ., GUARANTEED
of their high consideration and gener-
hopes many persons from Ocala will
ous kindness ever shown me during the and Diarrhoea Remedy, and Per '
give them their presence and encour WORMREMEDY
l long years I have been of them and agementVe haps a Life Saved."A Rebuilt* and Newly FurnishedFine : t
trust the day will be
with them. For the honors that they I' ,
: fair and the finest expectations of the short time ago, I was taken with
have conferred upon me I am deeply I Wines of All Kinds for Family Use, High Grade Whiskies, nrandl s:
II I. occasion be realized.Mr. a violent: attack of diarrhoea, and believe I .
grateful and shall cherish them as etc.Beer. .
I would have died if I had not 1THE
deeply in my memory as they were Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest Liquors Obtainable Are Pure Rye tastes
gotten relief, says Mr. John J. Patton,
generously and voluntarily bestowed.For I. C. Ellis one of the excellent Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders Courteous Treatment Assured to All. CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC
a leading citizen of Patton Alabama."A old because it is
their earnest solicitude and noble citizens and successful farmers of the BEWAUt Or IMITATIONS.
kindness to me and mine in those days Andalusia section east of Citra was
# Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.I I old. It is a
in town today to see Superintendent AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS /
when sudden illness imperilled my lifeI
eT. LOUl ?. MO.
I bought a 25 cent bottle, and after
can only name to you in my acknowledgement Cam about school matter Speakingof whiskey "which Sold by the Ant'-Monopo'y Drugstore
taking: three doses of it was entirelycured
his -- --- -----
trucking this
experience season,
thereof the promptings of a --- --
I consider it the best remedyin STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOTA
heart of love and friendship.I he said that notwithstanding the'f'ry the world for bowel complaints"For GROCERY time has brought I

leave you, my friends, but am not dry season he cleared $164 off of an THE
sale by all druggists. Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries; With Free Delivery. Special Atten- It
unmindful of the tradition of the magic acre of beans and made 250: bushels of to ripeness.
tion Given to All Orders.
of the waters of the old time wells onions off of two acres, which he sold "
These lines will show how IlopularPt''ser's We do the Largest Mail Order Business in the State. All Orders Filled on Re- "written down
readily for $1 bushel in the local
which inspire!! those who have drunk per FRISCOSYSTEM
Milo Deyo cigars ate in'al.- turn Train.Separate.
thereof with the spirit of coming back market. Off of two acres of the same
dosta. One dealer there has made old with all the
to taste them again. land he will harvest SO bushels of corn
such a success of them that anotht'
Sincerely and off of the other acre at least four I characters of
I is trying to break in on him by
Jno. G. Reardon.It tons of crowfoot hay, and yet some tendering to Mr. Peyser a great big White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and OPERATESDouble

people say there is no virtue in Florida age"mellowness -
soil. order. Up Town Places DailyTrains

requires great occasions to ascertain ripeness, I i Cirrjlm Pullnun I Klffperi, Cafe

great facts Xow, here" is the dis- Said a certain business man to a Itn (A la earn) and hair
The remains of Mrs. Una Barnett, tart (seats fret).
tinguished city council of Ocala, some Star reporter: "I try to .do business flavor.There I
wife of Hill Barnett of Dutton were OUR LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER ARE BOUGHT IN CARLOAD LOTS II Electric
of whom have been "doing business at for (cash but the eccentric" current playsme I Lighted ThroughoutBETWEEN
interred in the Oxford cemeterySat- I several
the old stand" for years and not until lose, and den I get me so sick, I are so-

the big bond ordinance was publishedand urday. Rev. E. M. C. Dunklin the shust almost can't walk." "We Always Please called "Club" Whis Birmingham Memphis and Kansas City

Baptist pastor of the place, officiating.
a bill received for the same did -- keys that are not AND TO ALL POINTS IN

they discover they were paying legal The deceased was the oldest daughter Editor Hale of the Levy County Advocate Texas,Oklahoma and IndianTerritoriesAND
of Mr. and Mrs John S. Perry of Oxford The Carmichael & Son Co. Maryland Club. You I
rates for such legal matter, and that at \\ 1li"ton. is getting out a fine THE
The funeral was largely attended.Rev. can tell it by the taste.
Far West and Northwest
such wanton extravagance was not local paper, and the way he plays the

warranted by the ordinances of the town for extra stimulating notices beats I Ocala, Florida. I
city, but, instead. the ordinances say the band. Mr. Hale is now running the 1---- --- SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS MO
church across the Oklol waha, spent
they" can post!'! the same and all the requirements Dunnellon Advocate and if he puts the I KANSAS CITY
Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Horace BURNED AT THE STAKEA ilplj ',(Ili il I
of the law will be fulfilled same stress on Dunnellon's unapproachable 'i IItlNf '
Martin at Oxford. He assisted at I !: :_ I I I DAMETh. \ ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
: :
: I ,
hence the long drawn out ordinance position the town can't : I
the funeral of Mrs. Una. Barnett and I mob at Statesl.oio, Ga., took Will I I.I ExmriloD tickets from Atlanta, Ga., ail
which the council passed, putting int'ft'E'd help but thrive. .I II Birmingham Ala., to pufnta Uboiithwett
offered up one of the most beautiful I Cato and Paul Heed two groep. from I
il a wale first and third
and legalizing the late bond on
prayers ever sicken i! th'-ir uilrol". rallied them out of the I ? Loa.---: I Tueidaii of earn month.
election will not be published in the Miss West, the clairvoyant at the Ice Cream
town and burned them at the stake Descriptive literature, tickets arranged
Ocala papers, but will be posted at the Montezuma, is doing a good business.
Mr. Lee I I i and through reservat.ons made upon appli-:
Howell, a successful farmer yesterday afternoon. WELCOMES OPPOSITION
city hall and the tax payers desiringto Yesterday she gladdened) the heart ofa I I I I i II .I canon to

know the nature of the and trucker of Anthony, returned yesterday '' business i Calo and Reed were the principals in I y I I iI I II II F. E. CLARK,Tfuv. PASS'R ACT..
same can young man by assuring him i. DEFIES COMPETITION
from a business trip to Gaines the terrible, murder of Mr. HenryHodges I I : '. ATLANTA. GA.
go there and read it. that at forty-five he would be worth :j :... : I
ville. lie was greatly pleased the '" :'".. ...- } : The originator of theVELVET
with :
in cold cash $JlJftl) for every year represented i I and his entire family last July I '" -.... ...... S. L. PARROTT,
I ... -.... ..'"
I '" '"
commodious The motive for the of the -
in his life burning negroes .. .-, -- -
The Ocala Rifles are strenuous in : that he would be I :- :: ; BRAND CA.
homes he ATLANTA,
S:1in the Central ,
City. was nut so much to avenge the
their drills, and from the progress twice married and I have seven i I r Any color or flavor

He murder as to intimidate others, as it I! ...,::--R,
"ons'l .
made they will prove one of the best was delighted with th> way .: .
treated him. had l been discovered by the testimonyat I ,f,..',.' Orders filled on demand in any quantity ---
drilled companies in the state whenthey R. D. FULLER I 'vc,; (;'
I the trial of Reed and Cato that a desired.
meet at the state encampment at

I St. Augustine. August 30. Captain There is a lively rivalry among the j society had been formed among thenegnws -
------ SNq
: for the >etration of unlaw-
Nash is untiring in his efforts to make railroad officials as to which road') shall j t Gt
ful acts and the defense of those
engacred -
carrythe Ocala Rifles .
the Oeala Rifles the best ocmpany in Office u't'rIullfue & ChamLliss'Bank to Manass.ts.The
rate is now down to $2i' for the in them. TEXAS PACIFIC
every particular ever maintained in THE NEWBARRET
Or tl:L Florida.J. I
Ocala, and is succeeding. They now round trip and the boys think $Ii: will Reed and Cato were guarded by a

muster 68 men. be the limit. company of :otattruul'S., who, however. f1 p, .

E. CHACE, could make no resistance, as they! had n so AAILwAY

We trust that lion. C. M. Hrown's, TAKEN WITH CRAMPS no cartridge; for their rities.

desire to stump the nation for the national DENTAL SURGEON William Kirmse a member of the The Great Eastern

democratic ticket will be gratified bridge gang working near Littleportwas FELLOWSHIPQuite
Office upstairs. Commercial Bank -=> and Western Line
and that (Chairman Taggart will taken suddenly ill Thursday night c... s sJ
Building Ocala, Florida.
send him among the voters of the Nutmeg with cramps and a kind of cholera. His I a number <.f our citizens took ,

State, for as Senator Taliaferrowell TERMS CASH case was so severe that he had to have i in the barbecue at icala. J Across the Entire States of

remarks: "The South is solid for .Gr9rfi
the members of the crew wait on him.,
Pulling and saving fodder is the order -
the ticket and all the spell binders in and Mr.Gifford called and consulted

creation wouldn't advance the demo W. H. MAREAN, M. D. He told them was he had a medicine- I of ,the day. 1I3 rEXA[ and LOUISIANA _

}Ir.ld..I. I, of randIer.\\as a recent
crlti'otl' in the South a dozen." Hut in the form of Chamberlain's Colic '.]i
if the Hon. C. M. Ifs enticing and con- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that he XO IROI'BLt 11) \ "JWY.fQnoTWS.S:
SURGEON S. II. Blitch.: state prison sur- v
vincing oratory was turned loose in thought would help him out, and accordingly ,I Direct Line to]
geon.: is nut afraid to speak for ,.. ,
Conecticut or the Hoosier State it Special attention given to the treatment several doses! were administered :i th"l -Jr'g-" -
right in the treatment of the ,
might bring those commonwealths into of Chronic Diseases and Diseases with the result that the fellow I j i amps throughout the ttte He NORTH TEXAS

the democratic column. By all means of Women and Children. was able to be around the next day. j
I good man in the right place. I
give Brown a show and let him enhancethe This incident speaks quite highly of p NEW MbXICO,
j Someone has been meannouh to
Ocala, Fla.
reputation he won as a speaker Mr. Gifford's medicines.-Elkader, Iowa I
I let down the fence and turn in a lot ARIZONAand
during the late primary.Mr. Office over Tydings' Drugstore. Office Argus. I I
of stock into the crops upon Mrs. Haw- .i
hours from S a. m. to 12 m.; This remedy never fail?. Keep it in I t
kins' premises.Mr. .
S. L. Griggs one of the shining from : p. m. to 5p.m. your home; it may save life. Sold; by CALIFORNIA
L. D. t to Ocala Mon I
agricultural lights of Oxford passed: Residence-No. 6n. Ninth Main St.. :all druggists.A : .

through Ocala this morning accompanied known as the X\:ish cottage! I II day. t iVRITE FOR SKA': WNIKo-TEXAS. FREE
Plenty of work now ;and idl- hr.dsshould i
by his wife, daughter Miss Edna -- I. RARE OPPORTUNITYCan T. W. SMITH HARDWARE Agents
nt berr.: I E. P. TURNER
and son. Master Ralph. and Mrs i Ii
J. H. Perry and baby, on his way to I I I UNIVERSITY COLLEGE put party on track to secure the I CREAMERY BufTER ONLY ONE-DAMPER RESERVOIR STOVE. IT COOKS WITH LESS I (General Passenger Agent
visit his son Harry L. Griggs at Daisy '! 10F MEDICINE RICHMOND- best lands for stock farm in the coun- WuOD. IN LESS TIME THAN ANY OTHER STOVE. BEAUTIFUL,

and will take in the Fort McCoy barbecue -,j!I N,AMEDICINEOENTISTRYPHIRMACY. ty. Size of tract, fully :OacreS)() ; I. The Canr.ichae and Son Co. keep DURABLE AND RELIABLE.A Dallas Texas.fOLEYS110NEYA.'fDfAB.

Saturday. En route he will takea land covered with fine body of blanket constantly on hand: receiving a fresh j jsupply

fish at Silver! Springs and Graham- I J I Qua Modern System.Laboratories Superior in Circus charge of specialists. grass Florida clover and the finest I every two days, delicious, pure ;i I Carload of Hickory Wagons Just Received .

ville. and prepare the catch for the barbecue IBtiadc teaching our ore Hospital feed in the state. Land cheap. For I Georgia creamery butter, 23 cents per i I :

For detailed informal,r rteTHE PROCTOR. further particulars call at this office. pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. I WE CARRY a Full Line of GENERAL HARDWARE Cures Colds: Prevents Pneumool _

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