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Volume Number H 1 0 C AL FLORIDA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 > 1903 Fifty Cents a Mo tfc > 5 a Year
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JUST RECEIVED
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Limburger r Switzer
an Brick Cheese
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Grenoble Walnuts
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Try Bayles Salted Pea
nuts YUill Yurn Ptckles
Mushroom Mustard
Deviled Cheese I
TEAPOT GROCERY
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T W Troxler Agent for Huylers
Candy Fresh Shipments Received
Weekly
SPECIAL NOTICE
From December 1 1903 to January
10 1904 we will only sell goods for
cash J A Pittman Son
STOVES AND HEATERS
An elegant line of heating stoves
both wood and oil burners at E C
Smiths Ocala Furniture Co
A C L CITY TICKET OFFICE
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Tickets to all parts of the United
States and Canada on sale Schedules
and routes cheerfully furnished to
prospective travelers by calling or
phoning Agent for all of the trans
Atlantic steamship lines going to any
of the European ports J C Maughs
City Ticket Agent Ocala House
JUST WHAT YOU NEED
Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets
Wjen you feel dull after eating
When you have no appetite
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When you have a > bad taste in the
mouth
When your liver is torpid
When your bowels are constipated
When you have a headache
When you fell bilious
They will improve your appetite
cleanse and invigorate your stomach
and regulate your liver and bowels
Price 25c per box For sale by all
druggists
CREAMERY BUTTER
The Carmichael Son Co keep
constantly on hand receiving a fresh
supply every two days delicious pure
Georgia creamery butter 25 cents pei
pound kept on ice Phone No 37
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Nicely furnished apartments for
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light housekeeping also a few fur
nished rooms Apply to J Starr Stern
berger
GARDEN SEEDS
Our fall and winter garden and field
seeds have arrived A complete line
of fresh pure reliable seeds Tydings
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GENTLEMEN ATTENTION
Pay the Ocala Rifles 10 a year and
be relieved from jury duty of all kinds
See Captain Nash for particulars dr
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Meet mo at Taylors for hot drinks
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For
ForWATCHES
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REPAIRS 1
GO TO
F G B WEIHE
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COURT DOCKET d j
For the Fall Term of Judge Bullocks I
Court Which Convenes Tuesday De
cember 1
Following is the docket The crim
inal docket however will be greatly
Increased by the findings of the grand
jury
Criminal Docket
State vs B F Lyons selling whis
ky without license Continued from
last term X M Allred for the state
Edwin Spencer and R L Anderson for
tho defendant I
State vs Ben Drummer selling
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whisky without license Continued
from last term N1 Mired for state
State of Florida vs Caesar Burnett
murder Continued from last term N
M Allred for state R B Bullock for
defendant
State of Florida vs F foffert break
ing and entering Continued from last
term XL Allred for state f
State of Florida vs Edward Austin
larceny
State vs Will Jacobs rape Man
date from the supreme court new
trial the third one granted R B Bul
lock for prosecution states attorney
is disqualified and Edwin W Davis
for defense
Common Law or Civil Docket
Munroe Chambliss vs P R Les
ter replevin Continued from last
term H L Anderson for plaintiff
Anderson Hocker for defendant
Johnson Clark vs W K Zewad
ski assumpsit Continued from last
term H L Anderson for plaintiff
W K Zewadski for himself
Annie R Woodward et al vs Lewis
C Griffin ejectment Continued from
last term H L Anderson for plain
tiff W K Zewadski for defense I
William Hocker vs International
Ocean Telegraph Co action at law
Continued from last term T E Biggs
for plaintiff J E Hartridge for de
fense
H W Long et al and county com
missioners vs Fidelity Deposit Co
of Maryland action at law W K Ze
wadski for plaintiff and H L Ander
son for defendants
H L Anderson as trustee vs F C
P Ry Co first term ejectment R
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L and H L Anderson for plaintiff
L N Green and G P Raney for de I
fense I
Geo R McKean vs W T Wheeler
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first term assumpsit Allred Davis
for plaintiff R L Anderson for de
fendant
Frank W Ditto vs W P Edwards
action at law first term T E Biggs
for plaintiff R A Burford for defense
Ocklawaha Lumber Co vs Ocala I
Foundry Machine Works replevin
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first term R L Anderson for plain
tiff Allred Davis for defense
H L Anderson vs Lott W Johnson
assumpsit first term R L Anderson I
for plaintiff Boozer Gillen for de
fense
J B McCorkle vs S M Davis ac
tion at law C L Sistrunk for plain
tiff and H L Anderson for defense
Flora A Lee vs Sloan Lovell eject
ment first term C L Sistrunk for
plaintiff T E Biggs for defense
Jas A Pittman vs E C Smith as
sumpsit first term R B Bullock for
plaintiff T E Biggs for defense
L A Becker Co vs J W Castel
replevin first term Joseph Bell for
plaintiffs W K Zewadski for defense
Thos Leitner vs S A L Ry Co ac
tion at law first term Allred Davis
for plaintiff L N Green and G P Ra
ney for defense
Ella J Ennis vs J D Williams as
sumpsit first term Izlar Izlar and
L N Green for Plaintiff Allred Da
I vis for defense
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R C Cooley vs B R Hinson tres
pass first term H L Anderson for
plaintiff T E Biggs for defense
Sallie M McKay and husband W E
McKay vs Fidelity Deposit Com
pany of Maryland action at law An
derson Hocker for plaintiff R B
Bullock X M Allred and D U Fletch
er for defense
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I The members of the Farmers and
Truckers Union of Hcrnando county
held a large and enthusiastic meeting j
in Brooksville last Saturday Hon i
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W A Fulton a former resident f this
county and well known here is pres I
ident of the organization and presided
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ed Among the speakers were State I
Chemist R E Rose Dr Bystra of Cit
rus county and G R Ellis a success
ful grower of cucumbers in Sumter
county He said to grow those suc
cessfully they needed good soil and
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plenty of work He said he knew ore
one acre producing 1500 crates of cii
cu miters
JUST EEOEIVEDr I
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Another big shipment of Hats I
The latest colors and blocks
CALL AND SEE THEM r
THE W JI CHAMBERS SHOE COI
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I O O F THANKSGIVING ODE
Praise God from whom all blessings
flow
Whose friendship holds us here below
Whose love our hearts doth warm to
night t
Whose truth can guide our mind
aright I
Praise Him who hears the orphan
cry I
And bids us in His name supply
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Their every needful want while here
Their father was our brother dear t
Praise Him who gives us happy homes
And helps us while our help becomes
For aged brothers homebereft 1
The only sure insurance left
Yes praise Him with thanksgiving
heart
Because He helps us do our part
Because His friendship love and
truth
Sustains in age as well as youth
Arcadia Fla W D Turnley
A wet and dry election will be held
in Osceola county November 28
STOVES AND RANGES
The Marion Hardware Co has just
put in a big line of exceptionally hand
some stoves ranges and heaters Fa
vorite is the name Be sure and see
them
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I CLOSED ON THANKSGIVING
11B Masters department store in
accordant jjto thhii long established
custom will beNjlpsed on Thanksgiv
ing Day to give the clerks a holiday
DAILY ARRIVALS
J A Pittman Son are receivi
I daily their fall stock When in nee
I of any household goods dont fail to
go around and get their prices before
I purchasing elsewhere
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PINE
J E Thomas of Ocala is visiting his
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parents here and in a huntng party
Friday bagged a large wild turkey
Willie Thomas also killed a turkey the
same day
Miss Eva Turner of Anthony is vis
iting Miss Boring here
It is reported that the McEachern
Lumber Company will put in a sawmill
at Meadow Mr McEachern of this
company is in Baltimore now
W L Martin is planting two acres
in Bermuda onions
Several young people from Pine at
tended the entertainment at Citra Fri i
day night i
So far this community has escaped
from a frost suflicient to kill sweet po
tato ines
BOUGHT PUBLIC LANDS
We notice by the Gainesville Sun
that Mr L L Meggs the merchant
turpentine man and promoter of Or
ange Springs was in Gainesville the
other day and purchased 124 acres of
government land in his vicinity
FOR RENT G5 acres more or less
of first class melort and cantaloupe
land under good fence and in sight of
railroad station Also for sale one
small mare mule J H McClymonds
Ocala Fla dtf
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I YE SMOKERS OF GOOD JUDGMENT I
STACHELBERGS CIGARS
Costliest Because Best
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To be had of C E Taylor T W Troxler Ocala
I House Sid R Whaley AntiMonopoly Drug Store Ocala
News Co Postoffice Drug Store
U C V ENCAMPMENT
General E M Law of Bartow com
ifnander of the Florida division of the
United Confederate Veterans has call
ed an encampment at St Augustine
December 8 and 9 Miss Lula John
son of Bartow will be sponsor and
Miss Mary Costa of Tallahassee will
be maid of honor Low rates have
been made and a large attendance is
urged St Augustine will give them
a raval welcome
H B0 M ASTERS
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CLOSED ON THANKSGIVING DAY
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Ths Hauss That Irsuts You Right
h A word to the wise IS sufficient HEALTH makes
i WEALTH and good sleep makes HEALTH To sleep well
ypa BUST be warm and comfortable Wiry not try one
I of Masters flannelette night robes > We also have a
nice line of flannelette kimonos and undershirts or if
I yob wish we can supply you with the flannelette Tto
i make these garments We carry a large stock of the
newest and prettiest designs
1 1 DONT FORGET
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To examine our new line of Ladies BlackJSilk and mercerized
r isfaction undershirts VE want YOUR trade we guarantee you sat
ENGINEER SHOTx I
And Seriously Wounded by W A
Weems at KQmosassa
Geo D Ballard the engineer on the
Ocala and Homosassa train was shot
at 740 oclock this morning on the
station platform at Homosassa as the
train was ready to leave by Agent W
A Weems in a dispute over a barrel
of sand for the engine which Mr Bal
lard accused Mr Weems of removing
from the depot as a joke but in repeat
ing the matter to Mr Weems a third
party made the trouble Ballard had
his hands on Weems when the latter
drew a 38calibre pistol and shot Bal
lard through the bowels
Captain Lowry wired for authority
and receiving it placed the wounded
man in the baggage car uncoupled
that from the balance of the train and
made a quick run to Dunnellon with
himself at the throttle At Dunnellon
an engineer was picked up and the
engine and car brought on to Ocala
Mr Ballard was conscious and talk
ed of his condition and said he wal I
bleeding internally
Dr Badger in the employ of the
Camp Phosphate Company got on at
Crystal River and did what he could
to alleviate Mr Ballards suffering and
stay the bleeding
The wounded man was removed im
mediately to the hospital upon arriv
ing here and Doctors Val Hood and
pd H Powers and Badger placed him
on the operating table administered
chloroform and began searching for
the bullet after opening the stomach
and intestine cavity At 3 oclock af
ter a four hours operation the doc
tors had not finished and all they
would say about his condition was
that it could not have been worse I I
Mr Ballard is about 45 or 50 years
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of age He is a large fine looking
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man well educated and comes of a
fine family He is a widower with two
young lady daughters who reside
with their grandmother in New Or
leans Captain Lowry wired them the
sad news today Mr Ballard was well
known and much liked here
Mr Weems is a small nervous man
in poor health and he was evidently
afraid Mr Ballard was going to do I
him an injury He stayed at his post I
of duty today I
Mr Ballards friends hope for his
recovery
Later
Shortly after 3 oclock the doctors
found the bullet embedded near the
spinal column and removed it
Mr Ballard is a prominent Mason
and stands high in all the branches of
Masonry
AT THE RACE TRACK
Local Owners of Fast Horses to Test
Their Favorite Flyers
The Thanksgiving aUrac on for
Ocala wiij be horse racing at the Driv
ing Park cbs follows
Pacing Ra e
Private Pue M 00Miranda
owned by J R jWtin Jim Pugh
owned by Ed Caffcnchael Madge
owned by H HyWhitVorth
Trotting R ce
Private Purse 100 Genevieve
owned by W B Comply Pat
Wilkes owned by J R Bla kjston
Billy Shpne owned by S A titand
ley
I Distance 6nebalf mile e a441 race
I Races will begin promprfy at 2 p m
Best two out of iQree ns
Thursday XoveiKjjrf 2G Admission
25c grand stand 0
COLD WITHER COMFORTS
A big line of comforts and blankets
all grades and prices Ocala Furni
ture Co E C Smith
L ALE X A N I E R
Practical
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all contract
work Givers more and better work foi
town the money than any other man in I
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We seldom fear a
danger that we cannot
see The danger of
being rundown by a
horse is a very real
one to everybody the
danger of being mur
dered by a microbe
does not trouble us
And yet the minute mi G
S crobe is more dangerous
than the wildest horse c
The only people who can l
afford not to fear the mi
crobes of disease are those
who keep their blood pure 1
and rich These are prac
tically immune from the r
attacks of most microbes r >
Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov r
ery purifies and enriches the blood and
gives the body a vigorous vitality It
cures scrofula eczema boils pimples
and other eruptive diseases which are
caused by impure blood
n I had been troubled for about four years with
eczema or a skin disease which at tim S was
almost unbearable as it would itch so writes
Mr John Larison of 115 Powhattan St Dallas
Texas I concluded to trY Dr Pierce a Golden a
Medical Discovery and after using five bottles j
found that I was entirely cured Please accept
many thanks
Accept no substitute for n Golden Med
ical Discovery There is nothing tt just
as good 1J for diseases of theblood od
Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets mre constipation r
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stipation and its consequences R
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KIDNEY DISEASES s
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eases
CHI C YC KIDNEY CURE II I
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or money refunded Contains >
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles
PRICE sac and JIM
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