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The Ocala evening star. [volume] (Ocala, Fla.) 1895-1943, November 27, 1903, Image 1

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Volume 9 Number 142 OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 1903 Fifty Cents a Month 5 a Year
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Limburger Switseii
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and Brick Cheese
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Grenoble Walnuts
Try Bayles Salted Pea
nuts YUill Yum Pickles
Mushroom Mustard
Deviled Cheese
TEAPOT GROCERY
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T W Troxler Agent for Huylers
Candy Fresh Shipments Received
Weekly
CITRA
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the entertainment given last Friday
night by the high school was quite a
success Pine and Orange Springs
were well represented and the build
ing was well filled Ten gallons of ice
cream were quickly disposed of and
the proceeds added to the school fund
The ladies of the Foreign Missionary I
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Society of the M E church South
are holding their annual meeting of
prayer and thanksgiving this week
Mr and Mrs J A Stevens are re
joicing over the arrival of a little
daughter
Mr Horace Adams of Ocala and
Miss May Hall of Citra were quietly
married at the Methodist parsonage
last Sunday morning Dr Moore of
ficiating They will reside in Ocala
The best wishes of their friends ac
company them
Professor Harrell principal of the
Citra high school left Tuesday for
Boston Ga to lead to the hymeneal
altar Miss Susie Carmine of that city
on November 26 They will leave im
mediately after the ceremony for Cit
ra The best wishes of his friends go
with him
Solomon Moody died at his home on
the 20th He leaves a wife one child
and a brother He was well known to
all the early settlers here
Mrs F G McMullen after a pleas
ant visit among relatives has return
ed home
GENTLEMEN ATTENTION
Pay the Ocala Rifles 10 a year and
be relieved from jury duty of all kinds
See Captain Nash for particulars dtf
FELLOWSHIP
The daughter of Mr and Mrs L D
4 Beck has been very sick of late
Mr William Gillis two daughters
and son and Mrs S A Hawkins were
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in Ocala last Saturday
Mr L D Beck and Miss Annie Ed
wards were in Ocala last Saturday
Master Geiger Moser who has a po
sition with A E Burnett the jeweler
of Ocala came up Saturday on his
wheel to see his parents and went
back Sunday
N AValdron has moved into the Dick
Godson house opposite L D Becks
The rich ought to remember the poor I
on Thanksgiving day There will be I
many a weary heart on that day
Jop Huggins and mother were in
Ocala Monday Joe has proved to be
one of liar ions hustling young men
Messrs Dehon and Haycraft have
not as yet returned from their fishing I
and hunting trip to te gulf
Mr Gillis and Mrs S A Hawkins
were in Ocala on Monday on legal bus
iness
Dicks sympathy is extended
through the columns of the Weekly
Star to Brother Porter and family of
Ocala We wish our dear brother a
speedy recovery
Mr and Mrs M S Moser were in
Ocala Tuesday Dick
THE WOUND WAS FATAL
f Geo D Ballard the engineer
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on the Ocala and Homosassa run who
was shot at Homosassa Wednesday
morning Ly Agent W A Weems and
operated on in the hospital in this
j city died at 1 oclock yesterday morn
ing despite all the doctors could do
The Shriners took charge of the re
mains which were removed to D E
McIvers undertaking rooms embalm
ed and prepared for burial in a metal
casket which can be shipped to any
distance
The Masons wired Mr Ballards rel
atives that they would take full charge
of the body and bear all expenses and
that there was no need of anyone corn
ing unless they preferred to do so but
a message was received stating that I
Mrs Dibert a relative with one of
Mr Ballards daughters would arrive
here tonight at midnight from New
Orleans
Mr Weems is still at his post at Ho
mosassa and has neither been arrest
ed nor relieved He was to have been I
relieved the day after the shooting oc
curred and was going to the hospital
as he was ill It is thought that he
will be fully exonerated from any
charge of murder I
A MARION INVENTOR
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f Genial Bob Sanders drove his
spanking team pverland from Dunnel
Ion to Oca1efn two hours and fifty
five minutes with Albertus Vogta
hiS companion r to convince the latter
that the 10 proposed road south of the S
S O G R R beyond Martel was
the shorter route from Ocala to Dun
nellon and made Albertus admit the j
fact But Albertus didnt stop in I
Ocala He took the Seaboard for
Washington whither he was called by
the war department to show the men i
of war that he is the inventor of the
most destructive shell ever given to
the world Mr Vogt has been work
ing on this invention for some time
also in correspondence wth the war de
partment who sent him models from
drawings to assist him in his plans I
Bob Sanders believes there are mil
lions in Albertus invention
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JUST WHAT YOU NEED II
Chamberlains Stomach and Liver I
Tablets
When you feel dull after eating
When you have no appetite
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
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cleanse and invigorate your stomach
and regulate your liver and bowels i i
Price 25c per box For sale by all
druggists
Mr William Knoblock and charming
daughter of Martin were in town Wed
nesday shopping Mr K who had a
summer of sickness is just getting on
his feet again and feeling as of yore
Mr Knoblock is one of the youngest I
old men in the county and speaking I
of his illness and recovery and how it
affected him related his experience
I a few days ago in capturing a fat pos I
sum in his yard He whacked the pos
sum a blow and thought surely in the
nature of things he would play pos
sum and he would reach down and
brand him for the pen but instead the
possum took to his heels in a race for
life and the way the old man put on
steam surprised the possum for with
I an extra pull on the throttle he caught
up with and captured him Mr Kno
block next morning discovered that
he was not as young as he was 45
years ago but the baked possum and
sweet potatoes tasted just as savory
to him as they did half a century ago
HE COULD HARDLY GET UP
P H Duffy of Ashley IlL writes
This is to certify that I have taken
two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure
and it has helped me more than any
other medicine I tried many advertis
ed remedies but none of tnem gave me
an relief My druggist recommended
Foleys Kidney Cure and it has cured
me Before commencing its use I was
in such a shape I could hardly get up
when once down Sold by the Post
office Drugstore
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FOR REXT 65 acres more or less
of first class melon 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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RECEIVED
JUST r
I Another big shipment of Hats
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The latest colors and blocks
CALL AND SEE THEM
THE W J OHAMBERS SHOE GO
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I STOVE A ID RAVINES
The Macron HardVaraf Ck has just
put in a Ing line of exWptionJUly hand
some stoves ranges ami heateRs Fa
vorite is the name Ensure aid see
the
SPECIAL NOTICE
From December 1 1903 to January
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10 1904 we will only sell goods for I
cash J A Pittman Son I
STOVES AND HEATERS
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An elegant line of heating stoves
both wood and oil burners at E C
Smiths Ocala Furniture Co
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A nice line of ink tablets scratch
tablets pencils envelopes etc at W
M Martins
THE BEST REMEDY FOR CROUP
From the Atchison Kan Daily Globe
This is the season when the woman
who knows the best remedies for
croup is in demand in every neighbor
I hood One of the most terrible things
in the world is to be awakened in the
middle of the night by a whoop from
one of the children The croup rem
I edies are almost as sure to be lost in
cases of croup as a revolver is sure
to be lost in case of burglars There
nused to be an oldfashioned remedy
for croup known as hive syrup and
tolu but some modern mothers say
that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is
better and does not cost so much It
causes the patient to throw up the
phlegm quicker and gives relief in a
shorter time Give this remedy as
soon as the croupy cough appears and
it will prevent the attack It never
fails and is pleasant and safe to take
For sale by all druggists
C IL Dame serves oysters in all
styles I I
DAILY ARRIVALS
J A Pittman Son are receiving
daily their fall stock When in need
of any household goods dont fail to
go around and get tneir prices before
purchasing elsewhere
A POLICEMANS TESTIMONY
J N Patterson night policeman of
Nashua la writes Last winter I
had a cold on my lungs and tried at
least half a dozen advertised cough
medicines and had treatment from two
physicians without getting any bene
fit A friend recommended Foleys
Honey and Tar and twothirds of a bot
tle cured me I consider it the great
est cough and lung medicine in the
world Sold by the Postoffice Drug
store
Meet me at Taylors for hot drinks
YE SMOKERS OF GOOD JUDGMENT i
STACHELBERGS CIGARS I I
Costliest Because Best I
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To be had of C E Taylor T W Troxler Ocala
House Sid R Whaley AntiMonopoly Drug Store Ocala
News Co Postoffice Drug Store
S A L SPECIAL RATES
Christmas Holiday Rates in effect
December 23 24 25 30 31 and Jan
uary 1 with final limit to all tickets
to January 4 1904 Students and
teachers may purchase tickets at Holi
day Rate on December 13 to 22 inclu
I sive with final limit to January 8 up
on presentation of certificate from su
perintendent principal or president of
school or college
330ST AUGUSTINE FLA and return j
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turn Tickets on sale December 7
and 8 limited returning to Decem
ber 12
1395ATLANTA GA and return
Tickets will be on sale December 29
with final limit to January 3
395LAKE CITY FLA and return
including membership fee Florida
State Teachers Association Tick
ets will be on sale December 28 29
and 30 with final limit to January 2
1904
2115NEW ORLEANS LA and re
turn Tickets will be on sale De
cember 1C and 17 limited to Decem
I ber 22 1904
Tie House That Treats You Right
I Has the cold weather caught you without your new
winter dress If so you will be PLEASED with
our
WINTER DRESS GOODS
With our assortment of Silks we can PLEASE the MOST
FASTIDIOUS We invite YOUR inspection and assure
you of our desire to please
i IN ACKETS
I We have a large and varied assortment I I
HBMASTERS
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MAYORS COURT
There was a regular day after
Christmas time in the mayors court
this morning There were two white I
men and two negroes All were drunk
and fighting The negroes had the
money with which to pay their fines
and the white men had none so they
still occupy their cool cells in the city
jail t
One of the white men was B Mc
Conn who was very drunk and was
arrested yesterday afternoon at 4
oclock wile chasing a little boy and
with a knife swearing he would dis
embowel him The other is Will
White alias Red a hanger on at the
carnival shows The latter was arrest
ed at 10 oclock yesterday very
drunk and with a fivefoot scantling
had laid out several bystanding dar
Ices Each of these will serve thirteen
days or pay their fine of 5 and costs
The negroes are Lige Ganey drunk
and fighting and Sylvester Williams I
drunk and disorderly Both of these
put up a 250 cash bond which they
estreated With the exception of
Red each one was relieved of a I
Knife and Clerk Nelson may establish I
a knife and cano rack with the collec
tion J
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Nicely furnished apartments for
light housekeeping also a few fur
nished rooms Apply to J Starr Stern
berger
Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs
and colds reliable tried and tested
safe and sure Sold by the Postoffice
Drugstore
ForWATCHES qJ
WATCHES r >
And
REPAIRS
GO TO
F G B WEIHE 1
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I The Jeweler
Fall and Winter
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Styles Now In
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goods in stock for suits y v
trousers ana overcoats < f y
We are uptodate in ma
ternal and workmanship
All orders skillfully and 1
promptly executed work
fully guaranteed
Respectfully
Jerry Burnett
Merchant Tailor t
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WANTED t
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Five hundred to One
to
Thousand Head of 4
Hogs Address
W A PELOT f
Supt Marion Farms =
EDWARDS BROTHERS
AT THE CITY MARKET
Leading Wholesale Retail Butcheis
WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108
AT OUR BANK
In Ocala you will find a room prepared for vis
itors to write or transact private business Also
some one ready to give general information
about the town its advantages and the bank
ing business of
MUNROE CHAMBLISS
INSLJ < A NCE
HALL RAWLSj
AGENTS FOR
Standard Fire Insurance Companies and Penn Mutual
I Life Insurance Co
I FIRE LIFE
Rooms 7 and 8
Merchants Block
Ocala Florida
TO THE PUBLIC
What more beautiful
More appropriate
or less expensive
Christn3as G1ft
THAN A FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPH
rOF
ourself or family framed or unframed
For new styles and prices call en
THE GOTTLIEB STUDIO
Floor above Teapot Grocery

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