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OCALA ETCHING SKAB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1910
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AT OUR STORE YOU PAY CASH YOU
PAY IT FOR GROCERIES AND NOT
FOR THE BAD DEBTS AND THE
EXPENSIVE BOOKKEEPING
CF TIIF CREDIT SYSTEM.
Laurel Mams, at 19c. x
a Pound.
Dill Pickles, at 10c.
a Dozen.
BobbittCash Grocery
PHONE 114
A. HI. DQ3D1TT, Manager OCALA, FLORIDA.
OCALA 0CCU1EIICES
Thelma.
Red Rock Ginger Ale at Ballard's.
Tally cards at the Ocala News Co.
Dr. A. C. "Walkup of Mcintosh Is at
the Montezuma.
AX EXTRA FIXE FILM
The program at the Air Dome to
night will be as follows:
A Bachelor's Love.
The Little Doctor of the Foothills.
An extra fine color Pathe film.
M'ClErHEOX'S MASTERPIECE
Garden and flower seed at the Court
Pharmacy.
Mr. E. Walters of Inverness is a
guest of the Montezuma.
WANTED A room for kindergarten
purposes. Apply at Star office.
I
There were 42 arrivals at the Mon- )
lesuma yesterday. !
The Ocala House had 31 new people
on its register yesterday.
Mr. .1. P.. Willis of Crystal River is
in the city a truest of the Montezuma.
Lansford, piano tuner; phones 207
and 32S.
Mr. J. K. Dikson, the shoe sales
man, is at the Ocala House.
Mr. W. C. Jeffords, who has been on
the Indisposed list. s out again.
Miss Gladys Drake is recovering
from her recent illness.
Whiting's fine stationery at the
Court Pharmacy.
Mr. A. B. Scruggs of Jacksonville Is
a guest of the Ocala House.
A line pf framed pictures just in at
the Ocaia News Co..
1807
1010
THIHi
In the lives of most men and women, when it wotild he
very convenient to have a tittle money laid away which
they coold call their own. Many times even a small
amount would relieve embarrasment or actual needs. Oar
bank is at yoctr disposal for the accumulation of small
amounts as weir as large.
The Mimroe & Chambliss Bank
Mr. II. J. Thomas of Edentield is St
the Montezuma.
Rev. N. B. Plummer of Anthony is
a guest of the Montezuma.
WANTED 500 buHbeln of charcoal.
R. E. Ynnge & Co. 9-3-tf
Mr. G. C. Crom was a business visi
tor to Jacksonville.
Mr. Chas. P. Peck of Minneapolis ig
at the Ocala House.
Pound paper and envelopes to match
at the Ocala News Co.
Two typewriters for sale at a great
bargain. Apply at Star office.
Mr. If- Langworthy of Burbank was
a guest of the Ocala House yesterday.
Mr. E. H. Waters of Gainesville Is
at the Ocala House.
Albert W Fort and family were in
town yesterday shopping.
All the churches join in the union
meeting at the opera house tomorrow
night,
Thelma.
Ocala. Florida
wmw
Ye have One Thousand Cards like
the one below, and for a limited
time will give those who call for
them. - - - - - -
THE CARD EXPLAINS ITSELF
Photo frames holding one, two or
three cabinet size photographs, at the
Ocala News Co.
Charley Phillips came in from Lake
county this afternoon, to spend Sun
day with his family.
Bill Hogan. one of the pioneer set
tlers of the Grahamville section, was
a caller today.
Tom Sexton came in from the phos
phate mines this noon to spend Sun
day with his family.
Misses Flora, Lolla and Eva Mills
of the Berlin section, were in town
today shopping.
Messrs. Denkins and Hampton of
Cornell represented that section in the
city today.
Thelma.
Use "Blue Ribbon Winner" pencil
and "Al" pen tablets. Handled only
by the Ocala News Co.
Before George Barr McCutcneon
wrote "Graustark," he was a strug
gling reporter on a Chicago newspa
per. His fellow scribe and chum was
George Ade, the celebrated writer of
humorous stories. Each confided to
the other his great ambition to be a
noted author and they discussed lit
erature in all its phases. Each vowed
that he would write a book and adopt
a new style, different from any other
writer, and readers are fully aware of
the fact that both have faithfully kept
their promise. Their first efforts
brought these two authors who trod
writings are as far apart as the north
writings are a far apart at the north
and south poles should make their
start of success at the same time and
arrive at the goal simultaneously.
Today Mr. McCutcheon and Mr. Ade
are at the head of American litera
ture and either name on a book Is a
guarantee of an original and brilliant
story.
"Graustark," Mr. .dcCutcheon's first
novel, caught the fancy of book lov
ers. His peculiar method, his vivid
description of an incident, the natural
dialogue and the clever way he has of
makins his characters human, all
tend to fascinate the reader. Jas. W.
Castle was the first to see the dramat
ic possibilities of thi xtory. He In
terested Geo. D. Baker, a yountr play-,
wright and the latter dramatized the
novel. The play was first Introduced
by Baker & Castle in Pittsburg and
scored a decided success. From that
city it went to New York, where it
played for a long run and then to Chi
cago for an extended engagement. The
same company and production will be
st-crt in this iiy at the Temple Thea
ter on Wednesday ewnlpiC. Oct. ?flth,
COX DO X WILL. COXSTRICT
ElKfct HaidMar Cottage la Palaaett
Park Addltloa to Oral a
Mr. W. W. Condon, who returned to
Ocala a few months ago after an ab
sence of several years, with the idea
firmly fixed in his mind that Ocala was
the best town In the best state in the
Union, will commence in a very few
days the building of eight handsome,
modern cottages on the property he
owns in Palmetto Park, the handsome
addition to Ocala on Lake Weir av
enue. The cottages will prove a fine
investment and will do their share to
wards relieving the house famine in
Ocala and will take care of eight more
new families.
A COMPLETE PLAYER POTTO
1. i
ORDINARY PtAKO COPCT m
THE PRICE OF KB ORDINARY Ml
TWO XEW A I TO AGEXCIES
The Ocala Live Stock and Vehicle
Company has closed the contract for
two splendid automobile agencies for
this territory, and will take on sev
eral other agencies In a short time.
They now have the agency for one of
the best cars mad, though it is new
to this part of the country. It is the
Sioddard-Dayton car. which sells for
$1700 and up. The have the counties
of Marion. Alachua. Levy and Lake.
The other car for which they have the
agency is the Maxwell, on which they
control Marion. Alachua and Levy
eounties. Mr. Ed Tucker went to
Jacksonville today to bring down one
of the handsome Maxwell touring
car to be' used in demonstration work
and will arrive with it tomorrow aft
ernoon. A toddard-Dayton demon
stration car will be received in a very
short time.
SIIEKIDX will m n.n OOX
r.oix; foh live stock auaix
Mr. C. A. LIddon or Mr. C. Munroe,
of the Ocala Live Stock and Vehicle
Company, perhaps both, will leave to
morrow for the western markets for
another carload of fine horses and
mules for the Ocala Live Stock and
Vehicle Company.
HOUSE FOU SALH
A five-room house for sale cheap on
Sanchez street. Inquire of II. A.
Kramer. Montezuma block. Ocala,
Fla. 10-14-3t
FIXE LOT DOXSSO
Splendid location. Price very reas
onable. Nice lot near primary school.
Price right. W. W. Condon. 10-13-6t
FRESH OYSTERS AXD FISH
I now have every day at my stall
in the city market, fresh fish and
oysters, received each day from the
coast. William Tucker, "phone No.
394, city market.
DRESS! AKf X'O
Plain and fancy sewing and dress
making in all of its departments.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to
Mrs. Sallie Glover, No. 73 North Mag
nolia street.
ELECTRICAL COXTRACT1XG
We are prepared to do all kinds of
electrical work, wiring and repairing
your old wiring. Estimates furnished
promptly. Florida Plumbing & Elec
tric Co., 28 East Broadway. Ocala,
Fla. 10-13-et
XICE LOT "OX FORT KING AVENUE
Price reasonable if taken at once,
Another nice lot just off Fort King
avenue. W. W. Condon. 10-1 3-6t
The best line of perfumes, soaps and
toilet articles is at the Court Pharmacy.
ft & 5 & 5 5 5 5 i 5 i & lu iu lo lu iflj it 16 ib iE7T7
to
FREE? I 2
AN OFFER EXTRAORDINARY
When this card has been nunchpd shnwiner msh nnrphncss to tvm
amount of $10.00, present to the merchant whose name appears!
ueiuw mm you win ae eniuiea to a ji.uu pair or
EVERSHARP PATENT SPRING TENSION SHEARS
AIMUSTABLE, DETACHABLE, SELF SHARPENING
with each purchase and seethe world. Have your card punched
The only Shear of this kind in ure a pair of guaranteed Shears.
ABSOLUTELY FREE
Merchant
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Ocala Florida
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PREMIDRXT
HATTOX
. EDUCATE FOR BUSINESS
I have educated more young men and women and placed
them into good positions as Bookkeepers, Assistant Book
keepers, Stenographers, Typewriters, and Telegraphers than
any other man in Florida. My graduates get from $10 to
$25 more a month than those of other colleges. Terms
reasonable both fr tuition and board. Enter now (no ex
aminations required t enter) and secure immediate em
ployment. Correspondence requested.
Tampa,
Florida
LTftimOT Foms ELDIIEYFIIIS
Mrs. S. M. Davis of Gainesville Is
among yesterday's arrivals at the
Ocala House.
FOR RENT A nice room In a pleas
ant residence in the north end of
town. Apply to Box 180, Ocala.
Messrs. E. D. Bateman and W. E.
Baker of Gainesville are guests of the
Montezuma.
Belle Meade sweets, the candy they
all come for again, at the Court Pharmacy.
Messrs. S. J. Smith and R. L. Thom
as of Green Cove Springs, are guests
of the Montezuma.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen ink
10 cents a bottle. Come In a let us fill
your pen with It. Ocala News Co.
Mr. W. L. Liddon of Portsmouth, Va.,
is among the arrivals of last night at
the Ocala House.
Mr. P. A. Ausley, the foreman of
the Martel Lumber Company's logging
train, will be one of the speakers at
the Belleview rally today.
A. L. Mills of Conner was a caller
today as was Alf Proctor, the political
ringmaster of Pedro, who said he was
getting forty acres ready for watermelons.
A good remedy for a bad cough Is
Ballard's Horehound Syrup. It heals
the lungs and quiets Irritation. Price
25c, 50c and 1 per bottle. Sold by all
druggists.
Iir. Sam W. Petteway came in today
from his turpentine farm near Dun
nellon to attend the funeral' of his
friend. Mr. Louis Home.
Robert Fosnot and party of East
lake, were in town this morning lay
ing in provisions for a trip Monday
down the Cklawaha to Jacksonville.
Thelma.
Our stock of seeds for fall planting
Is complete; fresh. Northern grown,
from the most reliable seed houses.
Ty dings & Company.
The court house lawn where para
sites had killed the grass is being re
planted. The ground is being enrich
ed with fresh earth.
FOR SALE CHEAP A linotype key
board; practically new; a bargain for
any one who wishes to learn the
linotype. Address L. D. G., Care Star
office.
Mr. W. .1. Sheridan will soon com
mence the erection of his handsome
new cement block residence in Pal
metto Park. Mr. P.. Goldman and oth
er lot owners there are contemplating
huiMing also very soon.
WILL lll'ILD MORE HOI SES
; Mrs. Effie Hobkirk is down from
Gainesville for a few days to be with
her mother, Mrs. Powell, who is in the
hospital, and is recovering from an
operation. Mrs. Powell is from CItra.
Mr. James Reynolds of DeLand was
in town yesterday. He was a former
resident of Moss Bluff a decade ago
and is over here looking after his
real 1 5.
The sheriff arrested last night half
a dozen dusky sidewalk gamblers.
They all pled guilty and are waiting
for their lady friends to pay them out.
Robert Ferguson, one of the fore
most farmers of the Berlin section,
was in town today. Mr. Ferguson
said prospects for good fat turkeys on
his place were promising., Mr. F. Is a
noted turkey raiser.
Rev. J. W. Bigham and Attorney L.
N. Green went down to Belleview this
afternoon to attend the state-wide
prohibition meeting.
Mr. Amos W. Braselton of Atlanta,
owner of the Crystal Ice and Canning
Co.. that was destroyed here by fire
last December, Is in the city for sev
eral days, looking after his Interests
here. Mr. Braselton's suit In the Geor
gia courts against the Insurance com
panies is dragging along.
Baxter Cam
SUCCESSOR TO MARTIN CARX
Complete
Stock
of
Groceries
Grain
Hay
Fertilizers
and
Seed
Mrs. Otis T. Green, who recently
built two handsome houses on Okla
waha avenue, will soon build two more
very much like them further up the
avenue, where she owns as handsome
lots as the street affords. Mrs. Green
Is doing a sensible thing to put her
money in Ocala houses.
THE DKI.lt FLATS
The Bell flats at the corner of Fort
King and Watula street have so far
progressed now that one can tell how
they will be arranged and how the big
house will look. The arrangement
Will be most excellent and there will
be ample room for two large families,
one down and one upstairs. Every
modern convenience will be In the
fiats. There are many fire places and
many halls, porches and closets. The
front of the house will be very hand
some with colonial veranda and hand
soms columns, supported with waist
high piers of white pressed brick. The
original portion of the house will not
be recognizable when the work Is
done. The flats will be ready for oc
cupation in a month,
KILLAOREW'S XEW HOME
Workmen have the frame up for Mr.
Killabrew's new home on Hazel street,
next door south from Mrs. Condon's
home. The house will be a very pretty
bungalow and is exceptionally well lo
cated.
SEARORX WRIGHT OF GEORGIA
Every voter in this section of Mar
ion county no matter what his opln
ions may be on the political and moral
questions of the day should be on
hand Sunday night at the Temple
Theater to listen to the wonderful
oratory of Georgia's gifted son, the
Hon. Seaborn Wright. In his travels
he has addressed hundreds of thou
sands of American citizens, and In ev
ery instance has been received by the
most intense enthusiasm even by
those whose views differed from his
own. As it is the wish of those at the
head of this affair that every man In
the community should be present and
comfortably seated all the center block
in the auditorium together with the
white section of the gallery will be
reserved for their use. There Is no
charge for admission and the com
bined choirs of the city will render
some fine music. So If you enjoy good
music and good speaking be on hand
at the Temple Theater tomorrow night
at 7:30 sharp.
" "
iuu piay me music oi masters as perfectly as they did, or in an In
stant you can transform it into an ordinary piano and play the usual
way with the fingers. When closed it looks like the ordinary piano. It
is two perfect, fully guaranteed instruments in one, for the price of one.
Come into our store opposite the Banner office for a demonstration. We
will be glad to see you even if you have no intention of buying for w
want to set you talking or one of themost perfect instruments of 'the ag
That's advertising.
The price of the above Player Piano is only $4 00.00, and the pay
ments can be made to suit if you don't care to pay cash.
Come in and let us tell you about it.
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE
A. M. LANSFORD, Manager Ocala, Florida
I KfldDitiaiy l TMesdlaiy
SPECIALS
Miss Bertha Home of Quitman, Oa.,
a niece of the late Louis Home, ar
rived in town last night to attend the
funeral of her uncle.
In the chill season see that your
liver Is active. Any derangement In
that organ opens the door for malar
ial germs. An occasional dose of Her
bine is all that is necessary to keep
the liver in sound working condition.
Price 50c. Sold by all druggists.
Capt. J. B. Martin of Oklawaha Is at
the Ocala House. The captain has
some valuable real estate interests In
this city.
Thelma.
Your cougn annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate mem
branes of your throat If you want to
be annoyed. But If you want relief,
want to be cured, take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by all dealers.
10 yds. Fruit of the Loom BiVaching, worth $1.25 at S3c.
iv ju. LuuMiaie nuaciiiuy. worm 9i.3:ai 5C.
10 yds. Palmetto Sheeting, worth $1.00 at... 8tc.
50 inch Panama, worth 85c. at. 55c.
Ginghams, worth 7 and 8 cents at... 5c
Embroidery, worth 10c. at 6 l-2c
Embroidery, worth 12 l-2c. at Sc.
Kmbroidery, woith 15c. at 11c.
Embroidery, worth 20c. at ... 15c."
Linen Lace, worth 7 and 8 cents at .:..5c
NICE LINE OF LADIES9 NECKWEAR. X
mm & mim
NEXT DOOR TO FJcIVER & MacKAY'S OCALA, FLORIDA
CHAS. E. CULBREATfl J0SFPD DELL
LIFE, ACCIDENT, AUTOMOBILE, PLATE GLASS,
BURGLAR AND BOND INSURANCE.
'Phone 309 Gary-Anderson Block Room No. 5
OCALA, FLORIDA.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver will be hostess
Monday afternoon of the Ladies' Aid
Society of the Presbyterian church.
The members and friends of the
church and congregation are cordial
ly Invited. This is the first social of
the season and it is hoped that it will
be largely attended.
Mr. W. W. Condon has again em
keeper near Sparr, was a business
caller In town today. Mr. Stevens had
the misfortune several weeks ago to
lose his barn and all of his summer
crop by fire, but neighbors joined In
and put up a new barn for him.
Hoarseness In a ctilla subject to
croup Is a sure indication of the ap
proach of the disease. If Chamber
lain's cough Remedy is given at once
or even after the croupy cough has ap
peared, it will prevent the attack.
Contains no poison. Sold by all dealers.
Miss Brumby, who has been spend
ing the past two months In Georgia
at her former home, returned home
this afternoon.
Messrs. Edward Green. Norton Da
vis and several other young college
boys went to Gainesville this after
noon to attend the football gam.
WEST COAST BOTTLING WORKS
Marnfm I nrern aad Hottler of
s
s
e
s
s
And Other High Grade Carbonated Beverages
Blue Sprintrs Ginirer Ale is Guarante-d und-r th National Pure Food
and Irug Iaw. The pri- to the trade i-? &.."0 r barrel of 10 dozen
larK H-cent sellers. We ive three gla.-s-s f r-- with first order, af
ter that they are sold for 7i cnts a dozen. tl.-Vi p-r barrel allowed
for r-ti:rn f the empty bo'tles. Try a barrel of Blue springs Ginger
-Me: you will never e without It again.
WEST COAST BOTTLING WORKS
JULIETTE.
FL02IDA.

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