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OCALA OCCURRENCES
Eggs at he Hole in the Wall
New Florida Syrup at McGahagins
Ruta bagas beets and onions at the
Hole in the Wall
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All seasonable fruits and vegetables
at the Hole in the Wall
Dame has the best oyster cook in
the city Try his oysters
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Cut flowers for tomorrow Thanks
giving at the Greenhouse i i
A son was born to Mr and Mrs Ed
Hoffman yesterday morning I
Pretty hanging hall lamps and little I
night lamps Ocala News Co I
J L Briggs with Swift Co was
a business visitor in the city today
If you like your food carefully and
skillfully prepared try the Club House 1
tables
I am headquarters for fresh package
Candy Always fresh and delicious
j C H Dame
Fresh Cedar Key oysters received
every day by Otto Mente at stalls Nos
5 find 7 city market
Hugh White representing the At
anta Woodenware company was in the i
citv today calling on the trade
A fresh arrival of Heckers Selt
Raising Buckwheat Rolled Wheat and
Oats at W E McGahagins I
Our Queen Anne Hair Tonic has
been greatly improved and the phe
nomenal sale continues Tydlngs I I
Co I
I I
The AntiMonopoly drug store will
display this season Father Tucks
Xmas Cards Also Fine Art 1902 Cal
endars The store is putting on its I
Xmas dress When looking for pres
ents do not forget the AntiMonopoJy I
Bisulphlde of carbon to kill wee
vils and all insect life in corn or seed
of any kind sold In any quantity by
Tydinps Co
Our fancy Four Crown Creamery
Butter is unexcelled W E McGaha
gin I
Columbus Hornberger the baker
below the city market makes the best
fruit cake in town A trial will con
vince you Remember Hornbergers
fuit cake and Thanksgiving go to
then
Mrs Governor W S Jennings and
jon Master Bryan passed through
Ocala today on their way to Tallahas
see from Brooksville
The Ocala Greenhouse is enjoying
the finest trade in its history They
deserve it
Winter Goods
AT
Zero Prices
COMFORT
v 4P COUNTS
It is wise to provdo
0 omffirtahlf > things for cold
I y weather raid the prudent
r Jkwoman will have these
> ijivady You will tlnd In
this stun warm good for
I warm clothes fur gnr
ments and pieces for fur
trinuii ngs and all the
novelties which will add
f to the heauty mid protect
the health through the
rigors of winter
FOR A HOUSE
GOWN n
You will want omtthlllJ
light and < II n gin
Whl HiiT its to he a gown
for your own room or to
lie worn in tli family sit
tlnir loom it nght to lie
as attractive as jmmihle
Thereon here some heart mrm rt
tiful light wools figured tllIl 1
or plain which CRII he
vlr 1ri1 up wlth charm
ing eflect
FOR
WINTER
WAISTS
Its time to put
aside the e o t tOil
S h i r t waist Tin
thing to do is to pro
vide heavier waist
l for the cold weath
er our stock foi
full and inter in
eludes some heauti
ful pieces that an
right in style and
ren unable in price
I F C Corsets
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AMERICAN BEAUTIES
l 4 i We Have
fF tHem in all
styles and
shapes to fit
Qt every figure
qj and every
a i i corset is sold
fi Ci a l under tHis
most liberal
10 Warrant
1Vllfl Money re
funded after
four weeKs
trial if corset is
not satisfactory
LooK for this
Trade Marlton 1
inside of corset
and on box
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FOR SALE BY
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BANNER SA LVt
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the most healing salve in he world
WEATHER FORECAST
Courtesy of Postmaster Groves
Washington Nov 27Partly cloudy
tonight and Thursday possibly light
frost in interior of extreme northern
portion Light to fresh north to north
easterly winds
State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas
countySS
Frank J Cheney makes oath that
hf is senior partner of the firm of FI
j Cheney Co doing business in
the city of Toledo county and state
aforesaid and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of Halls Catarrh Cure
Frank J Cheney
Sworn to before me and subscribed I
in my presence this 6th day of De
cember A D 1886 A W Gleason
Seal Notary Public
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter I
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Send for testimonials free
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F J Cheney Co
Toledo Ohio
Sold by all druggists 75 cents
Halls Family Pills are the best
Mrs Conuon was delighted yester
day to receive a box of lovely different
colored chrysanthemums from her
son Will who is in New York The
flowers were the largest that we have
seen and attracted considerable atten
tion in the window of the store
The traveling men are surprised to
find such elegant rooms excellent ta
ble and service as the St Denis gives
them
Never try to coax a cold or cough
use the remedy that unfailingly con
quers both BALLARDS HORE
HOUND SYRUP is the great specific
for all throat and lung troubles Price
25 and 50 cents AntiMonopoly drug
store
Mr and Mrs J C French and Mrs
Sears drove in from the Park this
morning but they denied that came to
see the circus Mr and Mrs French
will celebrate Mr Frenchs eigthtieth
birthday Friday night at their cosy
home at the Park All their friends i
are cordially Invited to be present and I
a good social time will be spent
For SaleGray mare young gen
tle and sound Splendid for buggy or
saddle Works single or double Sev
entyfive dollars gets this animal In
quire at Star Office
Geo A Points Upper Sandusky 0
writes I have been using Foleys
Honey and Tar for hoarseness and find
it the best remedy I ever tried It
stopped the cough immediately and re
lieved all soreness Take none but
Foleys AntiMonopoly Drugstore
The Ocala Greenhouse only sent a
few specimens of their flowers to the
Marion exhibit at the State Fair but
the yellow chrysanthemums displayed
were beautiful and elicited the admi
ration of every beholder
Chamberlins Stomach and Liver
Tablets cure biliousness constipation
and headaches They are easy to take
and pleasant in effect For sale by the
AntiMonopoly drug store
Red bass fresh and salt water trout
and snapper received fresh daily Otto
Mente stalls 5 and 7 city market
Many people are suffering fearfully
from indigestion or dyspepsia when
one single bottle of HERBINE would
bring about a prompt and permanent
cure A few doses will do more for a
weak stomach than a prolonged course
of any other medicine Price 50 cents
AntiMonopoly drug store
Evaporated apricots very choice
cleaned currants seeded raisins ap
ples and prunes All fresh and fine
Just arrived W E McGahagin
To remove a troublesome corn or
bunion First soak the corn or bun
ion in warm water to soften it then
pare it down as closely as possible
without drawing blood and apply
Chamberlains Pain Balm twice daily
rubbing vigorously ror live minutes at
each application A corn plaster
should be worn for a few days to pro
tect it from the shoe As a general
liniment for sprains bruises lameness
and rheumatism Pain Balm is une
qualed For sale by AntiMonopoly
Drugstore
Graham the wood man at Giles L
Cos cotton gin has plenty of oak and
pine wood if you need it
Cemetery lots in new and old ceme
tery put in order and bared for by the
Greenhouse at a reasonable price per
month
I TO THE PUBLIC
We understand some one is try
ing to imitate our
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for chill and fever
This is a poor way to do busi
ness to say the least of it
When you try to imitate anoth
er preparation it is the strongest
endorsement you could give it in
the eyes of all intelligent people
and I hope the people of Ocala
and vicinity will continue to take
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for chill and fever and accept no
substitute
Yours very respectfully
MONTICELLO DRUG Co
Monticello Florida
For sale by
Tne Postoffice Drugstore
AntiMonopoly Drugstore
Wm Andersons Drugstore
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Ocala Florida
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THE MONTEZUMA DINNER
J P Galloway the popular manager
of the Montezuma Hotel will prepare
an elaborate Thanksgiving dinner to
morrow for his guests and the public
All who desire to partake of an excellent
Ac
cellent dinner and do not care to go to
the trouble of preparing one at home
arespectfully referred to the accom
panying menu Dinner served from
1230 to 3 oclock Only 75 cents
Soup
Beef and Celery Bouillon
Cedar Key Oysters on Half Shell
Red Snapper Genoese Sauce
Relishes
Celery Mixed Pickles
Chicken Salad with French Dressing
Roast
Prime Ribs of Western Beef Brown
Gravy
Wild Turkey Oyster Stuffing Cran
berry Sauce
Entree
Compote of Quail with Olives
Veal Croquettes with French Peas
Banana Fritters Wine Sauce
Vegetables
Potato Croquettes Candied Yams
Asparagus Hollandaise Sauce
Turnip Greens with Bacon
Steamed Japan Rice
Old Fashioned Corn Pone
Dessert
Pumpkin Pie
English Plum Pudding Hard Sauce
Frappe Creme de Menthe
Assorted Cakes Assorted Nuts
Crackers
Fruit in Season
American Cheese
Iced Tea Coffee Buttermilk
A WARRANTED N E
We are opening up a big line oi
very handsome novelties in Sterling
silver ebony gold plate enamel and
bronze for the toilet table the man
tie the smokers table etc The line
embraces brushes of all kinds clocks
thermometers calendars comb and
brush sets paper weights ink stands
manicure sets puff and jewel boxes
nut crackers and picks tobacco jars
ash and pin trays statuette candle
sticks and a hundred other articles
useful and ornamental The goods
are made by the Hamilton Manufac
turing Co of New York are first class
in every particular beautiful and en
tirely new in design and are fully war
ranted by the makers The line is
by far the prettiest and most varied
ever seen here and the prices arc
very moderate This is the best op
portunity in the city for holiday wed
ding and birthday presents something
for all conditions and ages
The Ocala News Co
VE OLD TYME THANKSGIVING
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Nearly 300 years have passed since
having reaped and garnered their first
harvest in a new land the Puritan pil
grims of New England celebrated theii
first Thanksgiving day in 1621 Govern
or Bradford having first dispatched
four fowlers in search of game that
he and his people might after a more
special manner rejoice together
I From that time to the present the cus
tom of observing an annual Thanks
giving day for general blessings ha
carried its serene and elevating joyf
to an everwidening circle until today
its observance is universal through
out the length and breadth of oui
great land
There is no one of our distinctive
American holidays around which clus
ter a greater host of memories at once
amusing tender and pathetic thar
those associated with this beautiful
Puritan festival of Thanksgiving
The expression of gratitude to the
Giver of every good and perfect gift
and the promotion of kindly social
feeling are still the chief purposes o
its celebration just as they were in
the days of our Puritan ancestors
but how widely different are the man
ners and methods of attaining those
ends at the present time from those
in the days of Governor Bradford ant
his immediate successors Thanks
giving morning did not find our Puri
tan forefathers sitting for an hour ir
luxuriously upholstered pews in the
churches warmed to summer heat Or
the contrary they shivered for three
hours in the morning and three in the
afternoon in meeting houses wholly
unwarmed Attendance upon twc
church services on Thanksgiving wa
regarded by the early Puritans as in
dispensable to a proper observance of
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SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORNS
PURE BRED STOCK
I BEST EGG PRODUCERS KNOWN
EGGS for HATCHING a SPECIALTY
Shipped in Patent Carriers
GUARANTEE GOOD HATCH
STANDARD BRED BELGIAN HARES
FULL PEDIGREE STOCK
At Prices that are Right Booklet Free
Write me Your Wants
I R O CONNOR
I OCALA FLORIDA
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Style And Quality
In
Clothing Neckwear
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Underwear Handkerchiefs
Shirts r Gloves
Hats Gaps
HatsFor 0
For Men and Boys
Go tor
THE HABERDASHERY II
T B SNYDER Prop
Special Agent Ed V Price Co Tailors
Sole Agent Hawes 300 Hats
The Place for USEFUL HOLIDAY PRESENTS
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the day and as many of them lived at
long distances from the meeting
house had to be up bright and earlj
Thanksgiving morning to prepare foi
their long cold drive for it was no un
usual thing to ride to Thanksgiving
meeting in a sleigh
As they frowned severely upon
Christmas the Puritans found an ex
cellent substitute for its cheerful hi
larity peace and good will in Thanks
giving day and for some time prior to
that occasion all the members of a
New England household devoted them
selves to the preparation of that good
cheer which from the time of Govern
or Bradfords first Thanksgiving has
been regarded as essential Turkeys
chickens and geese were killed and
roasted
On Thanksgiving morning a bounti
ful supply of this good cheer was
packed in the wagon or sleigh that was
to convey a household to meeting
On reaching the vicinity of the
meeting house each family repaired
to its own Sabbath day house de
posited its provisions lighted a fire
and thawed themselve out before re
pairing to meeting These Sabbath
day houses were small frame build
ings usually erected and held in part I
nership by two families They con i
sisted of two rooms each ten or twelve I
feet square with a chimney between
them and having a fireplace in each
apartment They were designed as
places of rest and refreshment be
tween the morning and afternon ser
vices for families who resided at a
distance from the meeting house
30 great as to preclude their return
ing home for dinner
Divine service on Thanksgiving day
as on the Sabbathbegan at nine
oclock in the morning and at that
hour all sallied forth from their Sab
bath day houses to the meeting
house and prepared to shiver in their
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heaviest wraps while they listened to
a minister who preached in overcoat
and mittens Some idea of the length
of the services may be derived from
the fact recorded by writers of the
time that the Thanksgiving prayers
were from fifty to one hundred min
utes in length while many of the
Thanksgiving sermons make from 100
to 150 printed pages
The morning service concluded
each family returned to its Sabbath
day house where they found a warm
room awaiting them Their Thanks
giving dinner was soon warmed up
and heartily enjoyed a blessing being
asked and thanks returned by the
head of the family The morning ser
mon formed the chief subject of con
versation and every member of the
family circle was permitted to join
with the utmost freedom in the dis
cussion of it Then after a long
prayer had been offered by some one
present all again repaired to the
meeting house for the afternoon
service
A collection was taken up on each
Thanksgiving day at both services
and was always introduced by one of
the deacons rising and saying Breth
ren of the congregation wherefore as
the Lord hath prospered you freely
offer As a rule a large box was
placed on the table In front of the
pulpit and those who desired to con
tribute came forward and placed their
offerings therein In some of the
meeting houses however instead of
being placed on a table this box was
held by one of the deacons or elders
John Josslyn an English ancestor of
mine who made two voyages to New
England in the early part of the eigh
teenth century writes of this custom
as follows in a letter handed down as
an heirloom In my family for more
than 200 years
On Thanksgiving day as they call
HOLIDAY k CHiNA
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OCALA NEWS COMPANY
EVERYONE SAYS BY FAR THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STOCK of CHINA
AND BRICA BRAC EVER DISPLAYED IN OCALA IS ON SALE AT
OUR STORE THE DECORATIf ARE EXQUISITE AND THE
PRICES MODERATE
FANCY LAMPS i DOLLS DOLLS
No more handsome or more I I We have tha finest stock of
complete line of Fancy Lamps f Dolls all sizes colors prices
in town Hall Lamps Night and styles pickaninnies Es
Lamps Hand Lamps all quimaux rag babies crying
kinds of Lamps and sleeping dolls from 5c
to 5
GAMES TOYS AND FIRE
WORKS BOOKSPOETS CLASSIC
NOVELS
Our stock of Games Toys We will have in a few days
and Fireworks will be the a very complete line of
most complete in the coun bound Books at all prices >
try Come to a house which Classics Padded Poets Bi i
makes a business of carrying bles Dictionaries Novels >
these lines Do not do your Qi Picture Books for the chil
buying from one which tries dren Christmas Cards etc
to handle everything
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LAMPS TOILET SETS
DINNER SETS Big stock of Lamps Toi
let Sets 10 and 12 piece odd
Our staple Hand S omely
cr1 slop jars etc New lot of
decorated SemiPorcelain
and
m Toilet Sets just opened from
Avon China Dinner Sets are
3 to 13 per set
very handsome and the prices
JJ
right Sold in any quantity < J STATIONERY BLANK
and can always be replaced
BOOKS ETC
JARDINIERES C 2 In Stationery Box Paper
Bulk Paper and Envelopes
And Yellow and Gold Ware O all tints and styles Tablets
Big line of Yellow Ware of all grades styles and coli
gold trimmed very hand ors we have a very complete
some in bowls pitchers stock handsome crepe pa
covered dishes bakers pud per in flowers and solid col
ding and cake pans etc f ors Blank Books Blank
Some very pretty Jardinieres Forms Inks and almost everything
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in several sizes and the erything carried a stationery
prices cant be equaled store we have
COME TO OUR STORE IT IS TH E PRETTIEST IN TOWN AND WE
CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS IN FIRSTCLASS UP TO DATE
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GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES
New Magazines papers always on ale
OCALA NEWS COMPANY
Israels Old Stand
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ft when the sermon was ended tho
people in the galleries came down and
marched two abreast up one aisle and
down the other until they came before
a long pew where sat the elders and
deacons one of them having In his
I hand a money bdx into which the peo
ple as they passed put their offer
ings
Perhaps there could be no greater
contrast between I a Thanksgiving ser
vice of the present and one of the old
en time than that afforded b y the mu
sic heard at each The Thanksgiving
worshiper of today is entertained by a
quartette choirs which sing the most
elaborate and florid works Singing
seats and choirs to occupy them were
unknown in New England for many
decades after Governor Bradford had
established his great New England
holiday The psalms and hymns were
given out one line at a time by some
member of the church the people
I singing each line as it was thus dic
tated Even after the introduction of
I choirs it was still many years before
I any instrumental music was heard at
a Thanksgiving day service in New
England The first organ ever brought
into the colonies was landed at Boston
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in 1713 and was presented by Thomas
Brattle to a church in that city but
the opposition to its use was so great
that it remained unpacked in the
church porch for seven years
One of the most famous of the old
Puritan divines was Dr Mather Byles
who was born in Boston in 1706 and
was the first pastor of the Hollis
Street Congregational church to which
he ministered for more than forty °
years He was the first Congregation
al minister who appeared in a Boston
pulpit wearing a gown and bands
which he donned for the first time at
the morning services on Thanksgiving
day 1780 His congregation was in
dignant and denounced his action as
popery In the intermission be
tween the morning and afternoon ser
vice his deacons and other members
spoke to him on the subject and
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obliged him to promise that he would
not again wear his papist dress as
they called it His new outfit had
been sent to him as a present by the
Archbishop pf Canterbury with whom
he corresponded Dr Byles was fa
mous as a humorist and wit and innu
merable anecdotes are related of his
clever gibes quips and retorts He
was a zealous Tory and warmly advo
cated the cause of the mother country
against the colonies In November
1777 he was arrested as a Tory tried
convicted and sentenced to be con
fined on board a guardship and sent to
England with his family within forty
days The sentence was afterward
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commuted by the board of war to con
finement in his own house a guard be
ing placed over him with Instructions
not to permit him to leave his resi
dence for a moment under any cir
cumstances nor upon any pretext
On Thanksgiving morning observ
ing that the sentinel who like many
of the Continental soldiers was a sim xU
ple rustic had disappeared and that
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Dr Byles himself was pacing up and
j down before his own door with a mus da
I ket on his shoulder the neighbors
crossed the street to inquire the cause
I of this singular spectacle You see
I said Dr Byles I begged my guard to
j let me go out to procure some cider
with which myself and family might
I celebrate Thanksgiving Day but he
I would not permit me to stir I argued
the point with him and he has now
I gone to get the cider for me on con < li
I tion that I keep guard over myself dur J
I ing his absence Standard J
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I IF YOU HAVE SORE THROAT i
I Painkiller will cure it If you have a
cough or fold Painkiller will end It
I If you have cramps or diarrhoea Pain
killer will relieve It If you cut burn
or bruise ourHf Painkiller will stop
the pain In short a bottle of Pain
I killer on your shelf will save you pain
i time and money Avoid substitutes
there is but one Painkiller Perry Da
vis Price 25c and 50c 3i
I THANKSGIVING TURKEYS j
I Edwards Bros at the city market
have plenty of turkeys and chickens
I alive or dressed also celery for
Thanksgiving
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TODAY take Foleys Honey and
TarIt positively prevents pneumo
nia or other serious results from
I colds It may be too late TOMOR A
I ROW AntiMonopoly Drugstore 3
j tiMonopoly Drugstore 1
Waterman Ideal Fountain Pen >
makes its mark around the world
I used by bookkeepers clerks and sales
men A complete line at the Anti
Monopoly Drugstore Asa gift they
will be appreciated by any one
Rev J C Ley of Micanopy so well
i known in Ocala has recovered from a
I dangerous illness He is the oldest k
I in the Methodist v
i pioneer preacher i
t church in Florida J
I C H Dame always keeps the fresh a
j est and biggest variety of fruits to be
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hadCall j
Call at the French Bakery and ex
amine our stock of fancy and im
ported groceries The choicest as N
sortment in the city 1
WHITE CREAM VERMIFUGE re 1
moves the unhealthy tissue upon j
which worms thrive it brings and 1
quickly a healthy condition of body
where worms cannot exist Price 25
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cents AntiMonopoly drug store
The streets of Ocala presented an
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animated apearance today on account
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ot the circus 1

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