Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00989
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 12, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00989
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday




S TO a k d mt. No reason- MORE MFO
was given ly the bakldng department
ctor, its ctuon. An otcial o f the
SINCE: bank, however, sid tat the closing THE
O ft the instltutlof w due to heavy .
I wthdrawala of depot is sDac te. "
Aht Against eatt, a week aGp, of Ita euaer, r G utual Life Inisurac c Company
F. Krapp. who wa kils l by failing
Wor trom a window of bli home. Aided BRpoblicaus.


,n Nw C**M Mrs. Sarah Bllbro, of Columbus, Meets Vl,..i P. -. ...f l., rGive.. I t.....

Authoritis Say Fit
the Plague is

A *Ai.irLok m *krL~mksh

.a ri t nmn aint .i n .. ,w %Meo----
and Deaths During the Pat Week
Has Put New Life Into the Inhabl.
tants ef the Creecent City.
New Orleans, Oct. 11.-The an-
aesmoemeint by the Marine hospital
service that the work oet ghting moe-
quitoee in which the force of the gov-
eminent have bees eag"Med since Aug.
i as well as the fumilation of square
it which a case of fever appeals will
be permanently discontinued beginning
today, is accepted as a declaration by
the federal forces that the eight waged
against the fever is about over and
that there will be a steady decline of
it untl it finally disappears with the
-trot, if indeed, it is not wiped out
somewhat earlier.
The caees now appearing are so few
a*Md so mild that very little difficulty is
Aperienced In handling them.
PFwer cases now are under treat-
meet than at any time since the begin-
-ing of Augut and there will be a
Sweeping reduction of them trom this
time forward.
With cooler wether probable for this
week, a striking shrtnkage Is expect-
ed In the weekly total of both oases
and deaths. A fall ia temperature to.
day followed the cessatis of rain and
with its continuance the (ew remaalain
mosquitoes that are infected may be
Expected to disappear.
Travel conttnaus to increase and
N ew Orleans people are returnia to
S their homie in every direction, while the
hotel and boarding houses report
moe strangers her now than at any
time since Le first announcement of
the preeeooe of the fever.
While the fever situation is Improv
uta generally throughout the state, the
*eaths In the preceding 24 hours were
more numerous thcn usual. numbering
even. They were, however, scatter-
ed among seven different localitlei.
The number of new cases is every-
where droppli.g and no new polots of
nfection are reported.
The state' board of health wrote to
Governor Bleanhard requeting him to
is oe a proclamation withdrawing the
r oclamation of quarrttie aga.tst the
p rts to the south of New Oriam,
m ,wheih went into effect My 1. The
S ard aska that as except be mad
S as to Ooloa and poats oa the Isthmus
of Paama. Vesels from Coao will
be fuPmiated at the mouth of the ret,
but not detained. The governor'
proclamatloo will lQ effective Nov. 1,
aU will remove all restrictloaa agalns
.aritime traffic.
Ceoer Weather Premed.
Wit a promsee of aewder weather
tomorrow sad threegbo nt amthe amm t
eleseu Imosoeent IsS the pdaw er
i~ a te nlate am u4 b

er Mastle s Is bebad bfth t h

I*e wm e ead et ta t i
af r a* e sM r I aJ tlat Pe t
we"t s twises. There an pse.
-6iem frost is mearthweftwo A1M
Io sad the ort he a w ns at "
nsn, Iwhle it is pred ist t e 48W
or master was rAe e to the er
w-0 Weeae day. With a tube Is
e tmperature sad frost IS gIgSber.
Ing stes, ut 1e believed that I l

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a Violent Death.
Columbas, G., Oct. l.-Mrs. Sarah
M. Bllbro, aged about 75 years, widow
o fa prominent Chattaboochee river
steamboat man, was run over and
killed by an electric c In Wynnton
at 1berhart'a crowing, near the resl-
deace of her sonau-law, C. W. Monroe.
The motorman, M. C, Williams. dJe
clare that e did aot see her until
she was struck. Neither the coaduc-
tor nor the two passengers saw the
lady until the accident occurred. The
theory is that she stepped suddenly out
on the track trom the tence at the
crossing. One of her feet was crushed
aad her skull was fracture and she was
otherwise Injured. death resulting al-
most Instantly.
The motorman is the son of Mayor
Warran Williams, of Phoenix City. Ala.

*ergla Itate Pair Opens.
Atlanta, Oct. 11.-With the several
turnstiles at the gates of Piedmont
park clicking as merrily as. crickets
and as profitably as a called meeting of
the board of directors of a life, Insur.
ance company, the long-awaited state
fair made its bow to the public, and
outgrowinX the period of anticipation.
passel into contemporaneous history
with the full assurance of forming
some of the plesanatest chapter in the
annals of Georgia and Atlanta. Opening
day is always a sort of preliminary ar
rangement tnat promises the better
things that are to follow, but there
were thousade of visitorsa nm t open.
Ing day, the number being a very pleas.
'ant surprise to Preeldent Dudley
Hughes, of the tate Agricultural So
city, and his assocltes rI behalf of
Georgia, and Chief Joyar, Secretary
Weldon and his associates on the part
of Atlanta.
Wives Affectionately Greet Prisners.
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 11.-The wel-
come of their wives awaited Benjamin
D Greene and John F. OGeyor. whe is
the custody of Marsal George Walte,
of the southern distt'ctot Georgia, sad
Aeltant Marshals Josep h Doyele.
Charles W. Gute herper sad P. L R
ley. they arrived at I o'elock the mrs.
Ing at the nalon attoe after tir ibhg
Journey from Moetreaal, Cada A at
fetlionate greting wsI esebaaged b&l
tweee the alleged oaspiralme aad
their wive. After a brief Ilaterf'h
tae prisoners and Manol WhOI
sad Doyle leI f o la oe Itar i a the
Obathaume omaly Jail while tlhe Il
took another for the Dte botl,
where they are stoppola. The risf rn
wre not handcuffed.

Mn Reoswelft WIN VIe AsasL
aI-g. N. C, OaL h*-6 lsr INeS
enraWtary Leb to Be ft e A
hertles aye that la the aty w th
Ptwidemt 3We5 evel be as es ". to 81111
6e1. as Ost IS. sa at his seawra
trip will a Mbe Trae e UA eeK
and mait. SeeIetary Iee, hrlga
Geamerl ltMy. IL C. laM, JA s It M
ores. Joaa Moihe1" ,. Jh 16 Orma.
way. 1. S. rBwa., epue-nwe of
*to* pern masiesnm ge t
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sad OGeera"w U IL a Ns feth
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vice rlleient owr i i 'v inu s in ve
Ing Testimony Befre Investigating
Committee-Muoh Money Spent on
Lunches for AgentI
New York, Oct. 11-Wa;'tTr R. Gil-
lette, vice preeldent of ith' .Mutial
Lte laulI-anDoe company. !I~-tlied Lb-
tore the insurance 1lave31 Sulttng cotl-
lmittee to day that the bli' Inali l.if ln
surauoet company ooaribu, $1 esl.o't to
the itpWubllcan natlona.; i,.,:m nt tee'
canni.aJgn fuud la th la c.L cItioin iu
Vice President Gillette also stated
that the Mutua LIT A.fe lsi:iac' coiltiip
ny contributed $35,000 to ;ti tp Repuolic.
an national committee In i11i0 and $13,
000 l 1806. He jutatlel :1 ,- M coutrit.
tious on the same grouu,: a! did pra u
Ident John A. Mo~Ci, lor the New
York LUe Insuramee co: irjly in (th
contribution of the ooi,,sany, saying
that the St. Loaui pletorti uf the L em
ocratic party and thef t-.r silver iassl
were a menace to the -o ,. holders.
Dr. Gllette sald be aun .lirlzed thest
expenditures after ooasu u i with thi
president, vice preeldeint an diotne
members of the board ,o truatt&ts o0
the Mutual Lie latrantiiP company
the campaign oontrlbutits, Mr. UIl
letter said, came fromso i.. fund con
trolled by the oommltt* uon expt'dil
Mr. Gillette too test lied that the
Mutual LlUe Insuranceo. oaulpany Pa
$72.,61 last year for lancbhoen for It
clerical force la this city. This wae
a the rate of almost $250 a day.

He Will Be Head olf tf Wabash Rail.,
40oedo, 0. Oc.1 .T anIid INTRODUCE MEASURE

nruc-t'ir of the N%'abash rair'Amdop, ( vii ______ I
at 0 o'clock, tcilt morning g It ii.tC o tif C o
of Smith & LDtclririth, toe Io.'al A wur- T3 Cut Dl~wn SothsCongrass
ney s for the rikilioad. I m 1i 'prea'Itarion.
Under tb* b).lav of the company.
thv eltcctlon Is to coltoinu It from 4 1t
o'cLc until no110n slid it I4 expit'-cedFOR DISFRANCHISING NItem
that the 5inouncen ient of t~iv remltw ll I
be made by the eoltIlon of insptctoroiSenator Simmons, of North CarollnS.
at ab(mit 12:l5 or shortly aftc riard. Says that the Senator from Now
Of t(iae dixtotors of thu rkoad thcmny
I vnjre 111--tt wh4o h'ioi 4-t Lug oile YIork Can Never Pa4s Such a SIll
ed Ueorme J. CouId. Josqvph it.naisey. Through Congress.
Jr., Fdgar T. Well. JJohn T Tvrr Nw.. It I s4
W1iiudow ;. Pl.erce, K*1' JO'Tfey and t fci rpi kni 't. of
1 C. Reyoloods. All of hiivi tewit It. I u of cuugrme' b4'naor t
tlotxceptpiI of Mr imIs, y were out. N', o l hatioduct44 1,111 IpoId lna
%xoien In their etitprmutnon to u fu 4.0r&Iiuv0loa lulk-
port Mr. Gotki in everythou; Ar. "'ii IvI(,vuItitI from the stalv whi@,a
Kamge) was erQually .xpliCit In h1i e.' iufiachimeil all, or a ljart of the ult-io
i larati~onl of oppltion. Vot t. I 1 t?1)1l lmethat In thosIon
hIr. Rimscoy claliu that It tilf 4'l'ot 1t I"r ts.uit to lagin. Mr Lat
be po0*,t ld) Io ret Ire hlim eis a fllr4tor "11itroincelthatahure. IWAL
Ior the rt'a,4mn that he routa:lOI at Imst to N 'r:tl KI oil hitmill those bore
*n.4eth of the votea Al,[ imider thelit Nvnk I' it), % nurrtjuflble
cumlatlvt U)' l)- ofl lof vo dting permlir- t, th itiito paig. Iserlotbly
*sebtitIll 011to he willI be liki~'torip Opelt. Ms41~i. Ir. iPlaat t %III discover &
b!nhmelf. Tiv0 (91paM rt),) hjet.tr, rmAt ikalate that wil
i.gurd hivir'tor ltAinsvy ax son'II goMlI I.41"
be rviuviiiiiiere l and no collhir1 krrl. r I
0i :-' i~i Ain1 )),y Z4-4l&Io~r $1immfl4iI, of
PRES$ CLUBS TO MEET. Nmi 1, roltia, who N itINIA-*lo.L
l M r S., il.n n with Ii mii r (lorttn,.



tIllnele Will. Not Interfers.
CMilrago, O t II .-A Tilbhtne dia
patch from BpringfllAd, Ill., qu;titc (lor
eraor Den tn as follows: t tn,
present Utme the Illlnols authorities
have not the slightest Idea of Int.er
ftwlag with the insurance love %iKaitlot.
now In progress In New York W.,- have
arrived at this deelaos only after a
careful oounsderatloa. We hase kept
In touch with la aiquiry there by leter,
by tlegraph and by telephone. The
lavestlI.es now la plores isf nantl.
feetly ao searrbig anJ so fair that II
will oMt beo eceeary for 1 a hunterr
IltreSiatloa here. That would do
o harmn than ood "

Armnaing for Pimne Vies.
New York. Oct. 11 .-4lae.r Ha,
of the deck depsrtet Is arranagig
docklag fellitlM la stlielpation of
the arval here a Nor. 1, of the Brit.
i aqudren, oader fear Adm:tal
PM MLoauis. of Hneamlmnerg. It
proposed to have aeo pien at w*lob
leaebae from the warshae my land.
mialy those at West Teeaty4.ao4.
Thb4-rtg rh. Perny4sisrd, Party.
dfe Pwty-eveathb, Iltesh aad
OW- M-ma d Tw ety lath
tresl. The la mg a t We ga.th
1wtet. it is probabl, i be "The Roy.
l lmada ," set eaar* orw the *P of
s p e es. gig sewa2 e 170 k Iby S&
lt, are abMn bailt, T whihe the
Ia-aob will *i p. the lMamebn as t
tCe Battei, s waltt *1 be WMd

bser saoed the "mery en.

R AM Thof ATIm o IIo psaPw
as saO a4slto a&swt a satd hea

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agit b he dt*e 3a t" s WaV4s4 I&
*Be su'a s i e he aaSSeePed to

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the Organizations of the East and the
Weet Will Get Acquainted.
('bhrngo, Oct. 11.-- The flrt inter.
thanfr of amenltls ever attmlpted Ihe
tweint tri. press rlhilb of the last and
west as orruulvatkion wiH inltlatecd to.
day witn the ,lepartire'of a handsome
stwpclal trati from here over tihe alti-
more and Ohio. with a de,!e'atlon of 50
nwmhers of the 'Chicago Prra cltib en.
ruitc to visit W ashingtou. Italtimore
and New York.
Ia making the unique trip, tery
mlube'r of the delegatiloi was a6coutr
panied by his wife or slater. The via.
Itor Inllude iome of the hebet known
newspaper mrna o Cbcicago.
When th, train reaches Waasilngto
tomorrow n-ornlnx. automobiles will
be In waltlng to) convey theo uerts
about tht rcll). At 12 o'clock they
will b* lientl a recepitin at the WhitL
House', ihet iMr Ople It-lih, will Inlrt
dure ttil I ;.gatlin i th e president.
A comrninlicr. of th(i New York I'rea
Club will tlno.t tilte rllegaltion at Wash.
Inllto I) '. anil arrlompany the (',it-
caguans i,. New York.


No ueee Hs kM e n Made la VIarie
Attempted to Perm Cabimet.
Budapest, Oct I -Pariameat was
prorOa ed today by Royal ee*erlpt ua-
itl vke 1. AMtiag Preeler laroe
Fj)frvary a&d bhl collee eei did ot
attuid the sitting of parltamet.L The
baroa merely sot tht preeldeat of the
lower baum the reeript sigmd by the
Ktaghperor Prasela Joseph. pro.
roNulat parltameal aad esplalatlr that
the tep wasu Seeeelata by the fact
that o sweem had bees atttalaed la
Mbrita a sew ablat e a bas N whirh
weald arroe par'asnoet agalaSt d1-&
MLbotae of "~Saintrls!' an lmUa
epaItets alagled *Ith querlWo d
"Wheir I the eamsaiktioa*" greed
the asdling eo the rmrript, bet there
rea ** aIaet *iln'al,'rs p ieat a
tae se owf te lasu alo
MGm J Itsi Aat.it p ariee aad 4.
son sed the Iiaiters vo aetrary to
preedeat. had faIi4 to sapear befeo
Tyngsto Defeat Cerftuiee Law.
C- soe, Oe4 II Laedes at I

P5',,SpI?*Ie 84d I lal m alsen we JA
4'Ueek an Ur egAsIsloig ovr Tfthe -ri
vo ,-msg w*Ag hsbve Se &aoth
'.- ru'u5 to #*rPO The na

it tah e wr4 .aS loho aIY, I D,
W~te)ob mid It A JALIr p)Iqtdog"
of MoPbe' mm.34stIOtoob n-~ 06is Pe
opilw~aa. poso'-sing 0*.i wit"
Wuibs. Is. 710,, bte *Aftfmpavae
OF AtLte5lhr VJ.P It f maWD ow&
me. 0., -WD i'som '4 0,0tab* us
tl r em 5*.*'MS f r ets Themo
somIb DY ro !ta pLIm we who
ow bp dOM a MI&MLOe si.toe 0e6
ow to O he nInIna 51
,rta~a11~ Apo1

of v lrl dw will I asd the fght Iagainst
S104111 Ierit ri.Iiit'ion %litin it begins In
lii, 41tlate If %1 Ir. I'Ptt alan offMUs

tIil is slt Slnlhlgpl~rliniplly at
Sci iii I'wr4)1ins. hiIsIsaltplpi and Alf
bitimi 'I 1h e e se. tIci) have his ree
oll01 lollcI t~ i," said Wotnotor SiinnolS6
-1),11 In fact he 1 hittitig the whdo
mOtlli. 'I'll Plait ywolutioa causeS
pass, aiidl the ILtwhilllrani clUb Sand 1tu
5amceClule i. who are agllatitis thu qe
(lull.au OtiUt)44 hnaw It."'

Tennoeeeean Pays Death Penalty fvok'
Heinous Crime,
'-ovixongTul 'I'n.' an t)cti 1I1I T 't'i
for whI.:u Jo;ln 1111 1,i well known
wl iv I ntiisft I'r. iloiffel "I the lent h pelt
airy ittiiiii "At hemi' 141 iir .of tilewife,
Kate' 11;11 In.li10 ) .11c03.
51111 t1111 r"-4e atri d) Ial P144(1 big
wife's life' b 'IWCA11415' $f 1Ii. e pri.0
ceadiilts Inalt t used icy tile lalttr, sad it
was e&veloped that ate h4-l iI$ed It
OUSllanal iro Act tif Ahr tiltioiane
O lb. nlg:ii af J ibi1;y I'hDlwhite
Mrs. 1111i SSitstffI gd'g Io 4'r tWe
hohblie'ab was sheit I ilirogIl a wiualow,
teat is o' filt i IS iallr'! $10n41460
at emee t e1s '4-aOn 111:1 "the' guilty
pnery, 1il 011 W5 14,'woolllfli under l 9
At the triat the I'era.wan wWolly
otrMnmNIAIWA hilt .0I elt 11bu r ,'Inv Incla
ortsliaty 111 6 A1`,-l01A of guilty w*4
rfveek really lo it,#-ilaThe aupretw
noisrt r"te 1 t I: Ihe lo *Nltta 'ip Ihe Iue.
or evnirt. awel a troi rul was ortMior
A sowemd jryrr Iin IHill gIily, Ma
be was e161ga 'ae1nre'urei I, flrAthb.
Ioa air (' c ItianltpJ hbo, astiwtw
nsetstam a thirty 'loy ro-lrie-ve watles
Oeded to4ay. h'ho be opAl the pesal.
Il fr his crime with As life'.

Jude WAR"e ustsi Examined
f('%arlost. 5 a(, 4)W Il-J*4ge
IHIse eved i seaslla in is thos surg
offmetI ss5e0osb Y rn411 inXis p thIei
SIned J41. WIpla o w(irling ofI the
~'l. to $we cl ei' *94aliSalktme to
"ae h064. sad A"itrof I top 041 6ma
th eossy amte:a*e Ite delarwl that
th" oeneo m marh rtwurptl )r aW
fk t IM the sA0 I jury eaf ld Mas
make a I8eersnti rmoi4,rL S00 4 aa rIO
Bee mel the s banks eE edee t a4

iseg rineely .e..c'n..'i shr. OS40be
stowe chur bo *a* 00a poolkl abo
Sy "seedgW 0 Iigf:af' IS ber nS

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WaebI(I. Oirt iiI i. agr~ ,I,'JS

we lt"g er bs4be.s am erc ell.

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S-'* _I I iLOOIiLoosA NOTas.

A Bunch of Interesting Local News and
AT8 U I lXVIE (r H P.argralhs..
nAT G MVIHLE I ] LuoehomI, October lO.--|boolopou-
I- ed MNonday, October 2td, with MlN
Work on Sate to'be Commeneod i Ma lFasher uas prunepl sod Miss
Early Dcember. To be sure, you are growing Eddli Padets so as-istans.
old. But why let everybody Charlie D. Sander of Irvlon was over
BUILDINGS WILL B PERMANENT Sme It, in your gray hairP Sod Spet *a while with his siser
BUKeep your hair dark and rich -ame Thr.day sod reornod Bon-
Board of Educational Control to Exer- ad postpone ae. If yu will T. Boeuhann wlft'Tholedy for
cio Great Care in the Work-EverV- wthor, where he will speed a while
thng Done Will be According to with Mr. Strange ond other relative.
GOeera Plan. Dr B 0. MeGahey ad wife made
Sllina trip to Ocala Thbnday sad re-
AS tbe meeting of the Board of Edo. olly use Ayer's Halt Vigor, norged Friday.
easionl Control for the State of Flor.1 your gay hair will soon have Dr. R. 0. MoeGhey, the eaw and
M, s Jacksonville last week, it waM sll the deep, rich color of biagle mill operator at thbe plaee.
atseooeed that it woold be some time youth. Sold for 00 years. old out he s-w mill to W. Brao,
before work would be commented on a d be ha moved it closer to town.
te Bte Univenlry buiking. iu thi S. IE. Ooebran left Sunday for Palat-
1ty. That part of the plan., say The my tair lg k., where he wi tll teod eirol o oort.
Times.Union, of the arohitects to Aise. .. Mr. O. MEwen returned home
permasenoy of all bt;ldtage erected, isi for Satrday, after a long vials to rela-
to be followed out to the letter, and v tse aod friend at Coleman. Fla.
while the board may make chanesb to W. P. Tompkins left Sunday for
suit their desires they will losisr thai Ol W h teilse aod returned home Moo.
whatever is done be made to meet the dGay.i.
requirements of the general plan a Mrs. Sadie Hall of Pine is here visit
outlined by Meesrs.dwards A Walter. HIGH SPRINGS. Mag relatives, Mr. and Mrs. A. Round-
Moesr. Yonp and Brown stated tree
yesterday that tey believed that i Cotton al Ar L -Oher BuAb in left Friday for
would be sometime in December be- nose I Boomlyl. Kis Olara Abstein left Fridmy for
wold be oeme In Decembr be.. Isld Grove, where she is expeetd to
ton they would be reedy to begin High Springsl Oct. 9-The Atlantie spend a while with relatives.
work. First will come the eooiders. Ooast LIpe Railway Company ei pt. Joseph A. oehran has Just returned,
tlon of details Next there will be the slni in a Ireat many sbstsatial Im- after speeding a while with relatives
*outrste to be awarded and the bonds provemento in the hope bhre, saeh a at OraBge Heights.
to be given and approved. They be. new and heavier eapeeity boilers, and
loev that If they can begin work In beaver rails in the seventeen miles of Don't be Imposed Upon.
December they will be doing their side-strals In the yards. Every lodi. Foley & Co., Chbeago, originated
beat. In referring to this matter Mr. catito pointe tbat the company is e1- Honey sad Tar as a throat and long
Yone said: tag everything to readiness for the remedy, ad on aeeount of the areat
"We are folly aware of the Impor. great rsoh on the West Oceat this wina. mrli and popularity of Foley's Honey
taoee of benln olg the work at onet,, ser. The transferred freight of this mad Tar many imlitaonf are offered
hot we are also oonstralned to exer. plaae is growing immenasly. for the genuine. These worthless imi.
eos a great deal of eare n any nation Rev G. Thompson, the local nations have similar soonding names.
that we may take. This is a big pro. Prebyterian diline, will begin a series Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
Jeet whkeh we have on hand and we of metlUo ait his church here Son. Hooey and Tar is in a yellow peekae.
ar deirous of giving it the most earn. day. A great rellllous awakening of Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
*o eonsideratlon from every point of that faith and order s anticipated. Is is the beet remedy for aooghs and
view. We have she utmot confdenee Mrs. Epple, an heir to the Levy es- olds. J. W. MoCollom & Co.
io the integrity as well as the ability tate In this place, is in the city from
od lntereat of the arehitest whom her home in Milledevllll, Ga. Her Jerry Carter's Troubles.
we have seeeted, and will be governed bulsness here is to looL op bte esate Jerry Carter, who wa arrested Sat-
largely by what they may have to sua. and pay same out of Insolveney. She urday night for dispensng ardent spir.
st ia the matter of betioning work." If a lady of mellowmne, and i affords 14 contrary to the laws of Alachoa
'Then s ra gre deal yet to aesom. anybody a pleasure to traeeet beal. noonay aid the city of Galaerille, ap.
plih before work ean be satively o- noes with her. She is also quite peered before the bar of Jostleo in the
meased. The etbers of the Board shrewd under oireumstaoee where or's our yesterday morning, and
of control, as well as the selected floanoe are involved. after hearing the facts In the eae as
arehltseto, have taken Into eonsiders. Foour 4OOpower le0tr Is light have they were laid before his honor' was
MOs the amount of funds on hand sd jot been added so the interior of the assessed $25 and eosts or thirty days in
hiM determined todo the beat 0hey Methodistehureh, wblhi doos not yet Jail. After living seuerlity for he pay.
by following out a scheme where compare favorably with the brilliance mont of the fine and costs within slaty
p) Ielldlgoe to be erected are to be of its pastor, Rev. M. H. Outland, but days, he wa allowed to dopers, but not
bith with a view to permanency. many thanks are due Sam Phlfer, the In peace, for he was taken before Jos.
All eoneeted with the plan are projetor of the new lights. tle Colman and there bond over to
plead with the general lay of the .V. V. Lanir, proprietor of the High the October term to appear before the
lad where the Ualverlsty bolldinale prins Telephone ExehabMe, wa a grand jury for the same offense alsoet
are to be oreted. They state that It visitor to this lty Tuesday. Mr. tj- tShp peace and order of the county of
lea Ideal eI epelsily are She nier'a home Is In Moadion, but "er- Alachum. Jerry gave bond for his ap-
ahilteets pleased with the location trl" was a little out of "whack" and pearanoo.
fr the University and state that o needed attention, honeo his vilst. It .
ter a o the general topolraphy is con. Is rumored tbat his telephone line Makes Homely Women Pretty.
orMed there could have been selected from Eleotrlo, Wade and Newberry No woman, no matter how regular
ma better site In the State. will "ap" In this system so hrtlyher feature may be, eoa be called
Work on the plans an d speolfloationo whish will prove of great eommerclal pretty, If her complexion is bad.
ltoo bo oondueted with the greatest value to High Spring. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup side di-
eaenAd lh a view of having every. When it comes to buying cotton and iestion and clears sallow blotched
thing resdy as soon as possible, so far paying hlgh prices for It, High Springo complexione by stlmulatlng the liver
as eoonerms the bolldinsp to be ereotel 1i In the Ilead and bowel. Orino Laxative Fruit
at oar. All of our hotels are dlin| a fine Syrup doeo not ouseate or gripe, and
business. is mildM id pleausat to take. Remem-
Now Oure for Cancer. Mrs. (eo O. Cas and Mr.. S t. Her the name Orino and reflue to no.
All surface eannoers are now known lllri have an obstinate spell of fever. o*pt say subeitute. J. W. Meoollum
to be eorable by Behilen's Armiesa & Uo
Salve. Jas. Wllters of l)ut eld, Va., Cures Wlnter Cough. -..
wrlies "I had a cancer on my lip for J. K. (over, 101 North Main street, *
hat e edned Incurble, till Hu.k. Otawa, Kan write: "Every fall aItll R l
KwrArmIea Salve healed it and now it hu been my wife's trouble to oatch ia asI1 R a
Io, perfeedY well." ournteed oour
SOseter ayd burnl. 26o rt all drur *ver s old, and therefore toecouh all
otale winter luIoK last fall I gIt her a bolt- IU U1 .
...____. tie of Horehound Syrup. Sh neued it
and has been ahle to sleep aoundly all Paid-Up Capital, Sl,.-so.
nIght lona. Whenever the oUlgh tlmro- -----
hbie her, two or three do op the and
cough, and she is able to be up and
well." !, and Sold by .. Real Estate......
Joheon. l E a s

Death of Mrs. Flas. Collect RO te and Aeoonst; Broker.
The death of Mrn. eorle Flagg, ag Bu*,i ; Frie tad Life
daouhter of Mr. and Mrs. K Renault, Inserae
occurred at Waldo Satlrday night at
1 10 o'elok. afLer a rWief illness The Corffplm CS Co lelte frte
death was tar ielsrly sad. *.ine to PrUp itiv PweaTr
lady, who has b ee retding with her ld klr
husband in the Wet, came on a viit
to her parents and friends. The fi. LI. K A VIl.P l dBaM
AUTIU. S 1 E ora was h'ld S'nday afterOson. R5ev. a w. _a t o .
AUTUMN :-: STYIFS """"'""""""'""" ..
Mr Whit. oelati.ml. Frrido ds. va w*. KIRLU.S ( dlm*aiiw.
R tend sy pet hy to the bereaved rela.
M IE l it's FOR SALk.
As shioW n our new Shoe otUwk.. *>. a d. s t D- ii
hII oHme very deasrbtle shaper n A Od ea I a os D1)e Lhe1 mb.ie
PatMLetLberm lllad Kid II your It si, to) eart ily thtall drogise o Bl 1m. nL ,
a---al"a _-- e m Ol a( dau of oo all i tHe ti e_ of d I.
drn wr ha Se, dabe,, sr. I r stlre atorutlsd o fea d year messy Loet% ad 4 ie r B Mad Loea4
isl te that Io mess. b very, out f Fole y's li'ey and l r falls to eare Mnd It Drl.Mov A6 e i. Theum'
eamtaaL -eshM ag kigh tleo&r o door yotr e ,gh or cold. Is etepo tihe ae lvletie eof iatRseu
wear-wMi le 0 DeM O Shbe ar maer couh. heals te leage ad p es mII aMUnM
rss d p s, asty aed comfort. W* ersoe results a eM. rm Is Two a es or loee soes the 0.
aleu h Ie a ege tie f Neo's Work" e,
She. whieb aWeoOmet it wIl! pay IWlpp eloAW ad pemeAte peam- eral Noetl Nania.
yme to exsamile. u ad -no oOpthl. Otal- e ----
L. C0. MB ITd'E' o ..a. rw. h ,ue g II ,4 ,l* i
e S *deeaahse Reolm*e eb C teGe J. W.
Herk aii. kSoUn. alasIhm11. Fl. 0lem o a O S Mii& "

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Fe have Irat finished taking stock, and find that we
are over-stocked in some lines.

For the Next 16 Days
We are going to offer some


Everything will be marked ii
Now i-4 your chance to furnish y(
Watch for our ad. this week.

n plain figure
our home.

Yours fo! honest treatment,

Only $29.99

For this handisme Oa.t
-fully nickleld.


Iron Range


In advertising is to convince you that YOU ought to
have a bank account, and that the account should be

kept in THIS BANK
to our depositors.


Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
Now Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR-PROOF
SAFE. with our Officers Bonded, with Fire and Burglar
Insurance, your money and valuable papers are safe
with us.
FOUR PER CENT Interest Paid on Time

Alachua, Florida.

The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia


Dire" from b'sded wrerboh. ef,



Pure foin old rye. By the sallN ).
F'or full qoare 18.I0.

Pre. l'-r.naylvania Rye. Rik and
m Ilow By the gallon 7M. Foor
full quart $800.
P'ar substanial Ifamily whie. By
the *Imlet $280 or felle

By th* galk m W fer fell

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and .ld-By the gallS. OL) ~ Ub FOC (111 t
F~out full quarts $2 SoRisbt nd owl "h. yljI S
We handle all tho leediagbeasof Rye aid sombom Wbltbus ia fsihe-
b@s and willas"ve yo(imam Sto soervalmsFew y psehoan bd ow -
h1w sadeassaeme". ViseGPM Itap
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spoken in No!

cement n Favor of Municipal
a Carried by An Overwhelming
ote-Seveal Votes Lost Because
They* Wre Not Properly Marked.
The ekt lon to decide whether the
eity of Galineville would issue $1l1,-
O00 worth of municipal bonds for the
purpose of morning its own electric
lighting plant, eonstrooting a system
of sewers sad other public improve.
meat, waa held yesterday, and the
vote was carried about seven to one in
favor of ssuoing of the bonds, the vute




The inventor of the tanouo I'liR.
R{ELL SICR.k l'P." a nisn kiCowan litr-
ever plows are sold and used. says:

-I have uedl MOZLEY'S LIMION
ELIXIR Nor it) or It years in m%
family for the stomacb. Ivrer and kidi-
I14I'. anid indit I 1L1%tb beat mecdicine I
bave ever umd. it tinao a sure ho'i-
'critL ofor pain in i ie back or under the'
%)4)ulder.. I bave rtoemiodeC1 it in
numerous. t'ate, to my workmen. wben
hi'k antl unable to work. &ad it hto. %l-
w ay%. Lbven ertr t satLsfaction. H. 1).

Big Land Deals-Worithtgton Springs
to Make Gmrt Resort.
Santa Fe, Oat. 10.-There IH\Ke ben
several important trnraetiiton .f real
estate in thi. community iii t' e Iat
ten da,. The Irvin Holder f .r:1n an;
lI'tI I 'HI siCti.I, oif nine lhuc tr i ntcrts
. in one l(idj--one of the fi.,i tium-
er, rd tracts of land In the, cl v--w a
|Iir>.ha.edl ln-t week by J J i~ta.
Srprtesitltilg the. W. P. Smi!t \hl.y
I-CoppitBe Co oft Veld'wt $d, O 'e'h. I'he trbOt has \ lhi-
dred mares in cultivation, wi' t -ul lstan-
tial iimildinis. This eompaiiy u s, it
is rumored, bought a eontr,: m1 in-
terest in the Worthimaton Sprinig
property and expect an the near fu-
ture Io erect a large hotel anld other.
wise improve the property, 'o as to
make it one of the bet and i1:ost at-
tractive health resorts in tih, State.
They are also Roing Into the ,ianufac-
tIre of turpentine. It is supposedd

standing 28 for so z7 against, witn TEKKR .I. ..Prelrdent Atlanta ',low that they will run one torpenttie plant
votes marked wroni, which did nut '.. Atllata'I at Santa Fe and one near th.e pringe
count at all. h7IVEY'S LUOAN EIXIR on the Bradford side, as tlhy have
The result has plainly shown that the W ULI J EV IIA. leased and purchased large liei de of
people still manifest ery favorably the land in both counties, and Irt nego.
'Gainesville spirit," which shows to location and surroundings of (aines. Listing for other bodies of I ld lying
the people that there is a determine. ilie will warrant it in making. adjacent to the ones that have been
tion on the part of our citizens to turrah for the "Gaineaville spirit." secured. There are otberdetial in real
swim, instead of slinking into oblivion. s it is for advancement, and the peo. estate being made that we ill speak
It shows plainly that we have the pl. are deserving of muoh o redit for uf later.
people in our midst who have faith in other excellent judgment manifested Major Ten.h and Photoirapher
the future of oar city and realize that r the (llis yesterday. and Ootober Smith visited our burg last week in
we must be up and doing. 1hh, h1 9(5, will mark the dawn of thel the interest of the eoont's exhibit for
The vote, or majority, was much era of modern progress in (ainesaille. the 8tate Fair at Tampa., They pro-
larger than many had anticipated, and I cured some flie views, which will be
as there were a number of legal voters rTT ot OHIO, CITY or Toi.tiao. ( on exhibition at the Fair. Tl'i people
who were not at the polls, who re- LI.c.As CorrTY. \ scm to be interested ipA.4hr ntter of
foed to vote because they were not Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Alachua county at the Fair.
-owners of real estate, but who favored it senior partner of the firm of F. J. The farmers are having hard tilitm
the bond issue, would have brought the Cheney & Co., doing business in the gathering their four.eenas eot. here,
majority still larger. City of Toledo, county and State afore. owing to the searelty of |nekers and
The result, however, will give new said. and that said firm will pay the the wet weatLer. Some are paying
life to the city. give the outside world sum of One Hundred Dollars for each $1 2 per hundred and oannurt g.t pick.
to understand that Gainerville is pro- and every case of catarrh that cannot er, at that price.
gressive, and cause more activity in all be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh .
*branches of enterprise. The citizens Cure FRANK J. CIKNCSY. Full of Tragic MeainR
who have been foremost in the move. Sworn to before me and subscribed Are these lines from J. li 'iniions
ment are deserving of credit for their in my ,resen"., this 6'h day of Ieoem- of Casey, I&. Think what ittght have
seal, and with the improvements to be ber, A. D. 1886. A.W.. ( .LA ONfrof
.pushed to completion the city of A INotary Putlic resulted from his terrible eugh if helie
pushed to completion the city of Hll's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- had not taken the mediein e about
Gainesville will forge ahead at a more nally, and acts directly on the blood which he writes: "I had a feirfiil cough
substantial rate than ever before. a,.d mucous surfaces of the system. that disturbed my nilht'' r,.t I tried
No city can make a substantial sd- Send for ts timonials, r lee.
F J. t('milemr & Co Toledo, O. everything, but nothing w hl'ol relieve
vance without these improvements, ~oldl by all drulgistl, 76c. It, until I took Dr. King's N.w D)icov-
aad there will be nothing in the way Take Hall's Family Pills for oonstl. ery for consumption, eoughl iind colds,
.ow to hold back the progress that the pation. which completely eured me liotant-
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Ahead a little way.

'Buy your Buggy

AW Mbfthe Sto*k Is
NOW "" O am#

e Buy in Car-Loads
Save freight. We get inside prices. be,
cause of the quantity in which we buy.
Our Customers get
more for the money
than txey get else-
Shlere, because ,f these facts.

To a Good Buyer
It is not how cheap. but how much quality for
the monev. Suppose you call--ee what we
re to offer. We can mave you roney-and
lWU you thebeIt
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GlinumvBIe, Its.
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throat and long disesaes; prevents grip
sad pneumonia. At all druggists;
guaranteed ; 5u and $1 ri. Trial but.
tie free.

High Springs Lodge. Knights of Pythi.
as, Honored Offter.
(On ocrasion of the Mffelal viit of
District Deputy lrrad d hanierllor W.
X Dow to High Springs Iodge No, 61.
Knights of Pylbias. a spielal program
was arranged Monday evening. T'e.
meeting was largely a 'tended aind the
visiting omfoer expressed himself s a
behig well pleaded with the Indge and
its condition. as well as the officie*nt
manner Lo which the work was rn
At this meeting' many interesting
tlkm were made "for the good ,f the
order." durlag which Mr. Dow '.elit-
ered an impressive address.
Cures Chills and Fever.
0. W. Wirt, Nseridmaehee, T-exa,
Msys his daughter tad ehille ad fever
for tre years; he eound *a* lnd any.
thial that would help her MII he ased
Hefbine. Hi. wife will r4 keephooee
without it, &and cannot (Oaso t mluok
or it. Me. Nold by W Jo.ason.
n An wn l Frek.
One of tb mse re.mrkablo sa& al
fMestk The Sfu mae has a er sem ofr
beard of. lilvia. it a ow Wmrsed by G
T. KamaN.d South Ota.ib ll. Thie
f i o sn a e*rfoeily healtby sea l is
09 tfn old and the m o a r el two
Thais has o son bod, sad lave
rw On thM seek er, plseede "oI
hees feartees aii ees im eompea
bdI of a seaff. ad s**et4ud oer atis
SBG peMOrl imb about *1hte* L ashee
1 A880h. TI%& 1mb io s porfesialg
mssd pMMsmbl-. veis Ielel I es"
My. K es m. ss ee a1
IM *f-* a* many in wek Olall

t le mb is ouemgk Teenl
Ien sd aei et & 'ds te

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A~iectaibk Preparation r utr A i
smlnflatIng dtiteW and UZert cl
fi~j W 5 tWD~bS Wud BOHIA-0 Of

U1rnglcC Digeslioils a1uBvrrulI
nea nd Rehst.ConItitis twi ti
ow-iitn.Morpbinm norw r wii 1 "

For Lnmts and Children

The Kind You Havs

Always Bought

Bears the




For Over

NEW YORK. Thirty Years

sume me ~I s m m. namen e

We Are Now Rady




For Ment, Women and C children

We c~w-ry overytling rp:utly-to. wear andlall
(nlors w ill rcweivc loroiA;L andi ca~1reftul attetntion.



I. WI' We ,nil g. ols by express C' 0.
to exlEalination before accepting

4) o wnjlld two (or three mtj le of iwrzriteuits
for FAe'lth iolI.

:I. We allow 1#) per
excep< on contract go(gxm.

B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.,


WilUl"l, IL

N: OCTOBER 12, 1905

Stock in the EmnaDold Mine
At t" price ulay a~ r% b~et ad &ae.st eisftmisb pseible to
I big s I** ie agppwJ '.Isn4d ao 00eMwtdswp Isie b4twso .upmri.
most. be& a a afe4 64 ond Ies sIMeft
___With *gory Cis)invesod isso 06w*will laess.a a per**AsoSa
6WA. a0iesrh e $ IsiV Ir Im ap&orpemble sbam" Id s..
Tb. gald btods a sa" *do do ('. alm ees.seis
We Woul dlike I., best t sIf"aIt Imoul m be #ss to as
IOrs-.iaes ineoais. mB aUml asall 5bo S.O see witheSbrightsM pn
0' a eel fI.te o fbbs ay d mWe e to# :I;. (4feewesdI ftwill
40a.i et A*&" s4WOW ike0o gt fee it"Pepgp
Ce petiiaI to the mr w uL ks.
steum St. Mao moos", wk~t Ottlo.
8senl is a pctai few full Informatift). MiAOA4
pithin 2u04p rwt ofthe Emu have phId aSo h
60 PW cent in Oas Yew, W" We g Em=V YAO
r~ trdiridaed&

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co~lt flimcmitlltt hi~r cash,~i

'11eet 1 biss66
4.-edc -r

muon gas ee1oo v, iaI Sad ish bs
Whuisy#iitlm akbet vest..,~ aC~l. Ii isrd .11elm sbpeih
Wehbad &bo Insura U so for 4W *wy sbeir usie bom pUi
It. mdwcon "I thU -uOd h4or b.Iwith 6-0t.
pWwes pboopadO ?ubl'r..k havV lo e na lv POS, f, 10
_____ ad e. .pe ste hrattemwh within Sisvoto
#as flued th atha f** 1 of 0.d. a re hay.

~"ar~slz e ~ I~ a ismst4 befor 10u ase hil S.
musibl e se0eba.on o them U thesock
tn 11 no twe Wows, who holdsu 1100,10Mak

oie~I ~ wher won a l ksg OURWat up
kf.ed Pabl'r haeb 10M Mwwvo instant mpa'eMe T he boo pe sheot
b~1~9~lr a, 900110 tilenwh Inso U"W far the*~L

toy AW~i W O:rl an there, me we SIM sew 1 r~k~~b
"M a lfs* plan M, ~o. 'be A gMS b 1~ ~tlre~ju vowrn~
~ijlC L A WOMM wM r I~om b hold up 4 vir @Mrk
to, Whn P"*Nr~ 1)W~~~ol
64 nuf Visi hands I*, h",
(bofie dMM* is 4TOsW tow, *0~i! C06 (
h 1pofts son eal; plastlee. The poop heighs.

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!a. Se h- S p41 W! euss e ba 101od tbb drlo isa litts 11le abo ve we
Ova gStl.e, _te"ooWmo.PrMeas-HON W. R. THOMAS, Kases o Gatn6ville, Fla.
_a sad the a...w_ _.k ha.ve boo.m ap!....Vi...Pro..n!--DR. T. T. T OBAS. hardware oerebant. o
I ^ I a l 7 a^^nd Troesure ro-D,.B
< _aoT.) WOyq ~iW. ....$1* s m Nte* y i il TOO MUCH ALOONOL. B.ea, Oanle.et e s. ,
w11e01 loadde ie ---- oL B. F. PTTON. Doettoo & Co., Bankers.
Wdas ISl W'.. 1 eT pe. e-s ,esDbDIR (e.) TIa~n t hat s DR. J. I.. KELLEY. Superilteadens Public Instruction AlachuCa county
L a A ma. A.nd .t b.f been leaned 0 dAlea-ry L. I BURKHIM. Clothier.
wB o.h.l.....p 4 2 o- M e Stale of 1'Catro. 0. W. HYDE, Dry Goods Merchant.
0. i w oI i. l un der the rllabg of the ___1_-_
Snio o Ia p metans Internal Roves. De.
-- ar h. M ereofx Benefits to Members:
fie ** a*( u o me r teo"$ The order to the cafttables
they se to be dolng sles every. Oe i' b o f or S stmSe medlnloes which are to be $1,000 at Death
S blqtde is a Mes easWps "-g v o s old 0*9 pneription only, Mnd a fo In each fll division (,.r lodge), the money being always on had in
throw-,- ". *a tShpr order as been ltsed i the" oor local bank, in advact, for death claims.
l ees l*h b Sp o nseDee O to the dr"gists, giv.
What we kMHs 1bo1101 1lf Ito et eIngl* A t heI g Sonl December I toa elom oa $1,000 In Case of Accident
Ig I~,~.~waumm ATa fe MoaMths seh *tal-kebks of *ertali mediinee now ear. (Total disability), paid $100 a year fr 10 yards. If you die you will also
fCbe opd "l e*iol." re. I 3 -itok. gi let $1,000 I addition to the accident beneft. (Thus $2,000 protection).
'. '' G -. nA Sto le I The legisllesivaov elasoa..... .
01610 8s61A loor kme '*(e dd ke Mi meb boo 1broa s o broa shou e las e mas PadUp Memberhip
thei rtUpg Isaoad ,, ad pm o" .os fo _Z tht erseam piopriry Media After 20 annual payments, no further payments will be required darlar
Io s ,*in .a .-., for an Iry at o *se hl..I asa s I dspMle-d also Idrugl
4Sim.w 0 m..l saw N .' a lIt m a__s .m* 1 10 Orphan Children
e _. William B. Hearst belag b1 oep The qoeoamti of warship to ke Will be fully provided for in eacb full division (or lodge) free of coft.
thosnp. William R.,Bean$ Isbeing61she t-e-hequoftpoarofeaoworshiptotakoe.. ... ..
"MO*M e as a eandldate tor ayeor of at -- _-'- tohe P dent from New OleasO so This Is in addition to money euming to them as he death of parent.
T York onoa the Mounlopel Owner. OHINES,. x, .,,0, Hampton Rod h been thoroughly Wh men Are Accepted
_6lpege estolkes.9. /di.eed as Xhe Navy DOpersms Wom, e AreAccete.d
cp Lgue tike. ie. e *e av D.. i. J..LAs members on eqhl terms wih men.
The question of CitMse eoxloulon and itIs thought that Inead of tak. A mmbr o ___.
The peblie debt of Japao, ftr the ame up a s he very is amsling of laIN se6 s asll protected roer of the
wMdMwat tOfhe troops BIseMpsd. the, eabises ad Beoretary Boot, the Tasom less, the deprtmeas will
Swill be about l$IO. M,0,bO the amuel head of she 1a Departmet, ae" on oe of the newe sad fes IT 11 A I
Latest i whib will be about asked Seretary Taft to give heb armored erlerso for that dp. The W RICHARDSON,
S.m. S the b-oels of hiso exper.es In sles has Motn made be it will GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
the Far East. The Chinee boyoes probbly be the Penusylvanla, web A,
? e @rMoud boe-'lw p d to po. wase on of She Stantreary Taft holds' .te ped rpord for her eles-. Agent and Manager for Alachua, Marion, Levy, Brad
VeS any Uf Irom drawlig a l alWr lhd IMen---*-ll .ml a o It it also lily obthat a toIsulpI sip-- s w i n d tna Cu nt. i s.
or st y ,,, Prld Wl lse. infgatr, .a t o la. b. .slfor d. fThsoo ford, Laayette and Ptnam Counties.
miahemae ~Si Sto *s a mas tso a Is s~ o w wasMi dudneoIf mu I-"mp i. on"ly in keep"g with fooi ps pr ees. e,
^ p abe pah . s of enforesoans. Is we a hardship but It Is a wio preanloes as well. l1.
oe she desirable eotass of Chin r.r -mel.
ST2e Jly trouble with Wthe Govra* ba a who wished la good talth I There oeed b4 no for of the l-e of
mst eaWl a orgalulg' their pea. vit this sontry, ad is wa equ. al*she lorida orange being njoured by .o f ci i o1 nf
lo N, he is tMhas ssMy of them ly hard o n the ea1 who ~W crowding xreen fruit on boe market. S Al .
wll beI lapuited lfro their dellts te law of leulag pspors tlo d** The Ireen frolt may oe pay the ship. d C ii
SM eost of ovetwork. f oe. The Preildelt ha already seat per a big revenue, bet she Florida or
,I oeoa c irelar letter to the eo-ese %d og* will not safer any. The o ly
SWith the world's market osn to Immigratlon lspectonr at Sea Frea* trouble it, tb y eannot get enol gh -
t ethb -d-' -t"U-oo msllc to I .o wanroing te oto be aslenlent a Florida ormngeeim the North. Wbheever WO
.o the goodI, we would have no 41.e poMslbloe n emforeons the law so as ot they u oes gt a foothold, they are sure lM aVAw etI
lt lio eompellag with the Northerna o nuneqesarlly ofeed the Ohieue to beto demand. The O lifornia fruit 1 M' t tmaeell'll
seot e goodlAe mnfamtarers. g romet. Is is possible that thery aI ost to b eoompared *1ab the FlorMd
S--- will be an effort as the omlinag eson tit a The dirtors of the DeFbalak Fair to change the law a te subject f awa of thate e W C Oe.
are of opllots lhat the present quar. exelsmlo., and make It more n- ,-seord. =--
aste rrietllo will be removed by amee with the wishes of the OChine Fay, INovember t has bea de. ...
he imM fair is to take place and goeramens withoes etirely pleasing aided ao o as Cof-dera e Vea' | T
tbey will go aheed with th e hibltlon. dowa the bers. Bet the heem m Day as the oomnei State Fair at Tm. V I I I I
I that sseh a me-,ese weMold talked pa, and om of te moot elaborate pro .
Gresene nd 0a ex upre gres to death, fo she whole Pe hl lSe a t$ am of the eatirue ft-e* days will BeZxdr Yoix O3"dLer to
Satliaeetos a benlag rele4ed from will arise anset ISt. e aringed in baor of abe oemason.
boa nla Caada. The know they =SS The Third Brigade. Frloride Coated. T H
will hove the t the aorde. It ONoeT s A TIMM e ere, will h their ea l TH SU N JO B O FFIC E.
they only keep them I jfall In the 1 --- oB ( .e -day. Md a cordial I*.
Visited BStates. If you canoes lo for a man, tell him visedIen s exeded by that metled
- so, says The Dublin (Ge.) Time.1brigedeto every Oefe dr seVeteram,
tbe only bad feature about the In. Meet his request hnly and -tell him wife, sn or daughter tI the Sooth to ?oB TIrc I Ir L
aora"n lavestiatlon I toha thle pcl. that you cannot be fto him because ted. r- -
low joarnas inslis o lling thewole you are for someone e. .-- --. .OF ....
truth and every bit of the truth. That You *ill thereby not only sti lfy S er sary Wiles. *** ees th at the
Is t reaso. they are so named-they your own tnscele.nce but you wil bel Oeermsee has Imported Slty h LII L UL
make the evol.oenryllobt oh ontorrlna favor spoai b ld hime eM fleo Malta. We U ARI a &II IIIQaO
will thank youefor it. How ~mebeb formed whether the'l a so bei LUkllL. L LIIUUII U
Secretary Shw says the country ,is tr that he should know the truth 1gr'.e or .ape-gos" the Aariel. Ti T REAT SSmoTBIRN MAIL ouRBn moL
in meed of a mor elastle eurreey. He Stea to wbe doeived t boy --im -l .. .De.artmt
Ito rlht. One that will *roseb over Ispetattoem a. Rve h he r --- BXPRBSr PREPAID. "nl Quart M
ste nt Wad grocery bill *and leave a ilds oat yoa pwrldy sad deceptie- et all of the peopi l the Nerth_
little margi for the s e ip bank,. Is be to as or. m a kely to d-y- o r dhavowib e Idn t*itb, Imt th oMse
shekhidofourreaueytheeolumrywant&. Steatethtswilll- his kb pet who be"w b heen rm Isuph ., of &1 uu.,m ... -f
M.Ae ad.ir.eso, ad it will never Setue a4d 80e or tot ishme ane m eaS a .
(Iver ti Oiseeille the other day a fbit his fricd1p*, as will his dieo played with the pe W ds a c e.. er a a
"blind tiger" orimel was arreted, corry -of- t ttb. * .
tried and eo.ated in the a. ,.'s -The "trImtr. pet-itl.e is a ag : =
eourt. and the fellow 8I*ed 0 'to' be betM and desptld. Be will We ...s. --. po E St l t
std eote. That way of enforeoag the se. o- l hatO e eat a-d rmh*Can (xb.S, -- .5.S a 1 IX
law make "blind lgterm" -oo-sley S dide l emall bi wiith I-hs'W aw.-- -- 22S .? ""w"s
o be popular -Li-. Oak Demosr t. he desome 3.B **ise anl w. w ee ih e- _" i *;e. 5 ,
-I-sla 1 or, sad be bhome tad bew -.- PS s
iemleral Jseken was boss in ether eanoeh to sell him as is is the oaly 2* i
PenMer South Carolinae, se i to a- y_ *' J* . s**
duebibly kase whtoh eo., s the e siSSS to rrt Nm to |M er aehis B e
Dsee of the Amerksm Revels. PA- Hr WAY* km ae -t *' Maseete
aims 4* knew where (i ereo. the: I. -als ely lmgd h 5e eg. A goutlsman doo**ua "nduls L^wmfwB

^sim e t.brmiS^ apesow t tY ?u at Ne MItI Be*Me A vIM A W i.
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1 N,* wl a Preparng Ar
for A ." ,Ar
Lewdr-U-pwwad of 1,800
Mae Seen Goinned to Osls.
b T iWom aae of a saI t reremseat-
*" **M h itowns at 4ad wt
hbes eiof r. Dets &A Co. in thh
016;l, fterday afterao, did nm ot d
ac-f t of the brlUliat rna of aLat
aetb to ewam the operatIng of the
glasi, oe sime' *am *quieter, tham
the bright, senmMay days, who the
bey pnamd I pam t-so h s pqoe
uo esad ames out musw brieker than
on a bloody day. But Mere was a
large membr of bale on hand, whieb
showed thSat oasld ble of th erep
is beIlg arketbed here.
Ia n d about the premises hre are
uapwrds of 40 hands employed, and
wii the eighitee gle is operation
hbre is nsoeideable ife as this piae
r dlg the seaso. Costoa-s nat in
Sfron many portions of the State, and
although it eommeneed coming in
earlier it is not eating mueh of a

The boiesle is onfined to only the
h adlng of SeaIsland (lomg uaple)
sM, amd Harvey Robinson, the
Sephew of Hon. W. 0. loblsoon, who
hI a earge owing to the iliea- of the
later, said that tb eolor was not
Saitoesood, north preparation of
e crop, as last year. This, in a
mroere, would affre the prie some.
whatsad while the quotations were
up AT o*tis ais that time, IT senat is
Somiedred a high priee ths seauos.
S Upwards of 1,800 bales bave already
bees put op for shipment, and its t
iagbkt that the gine will be kept
pftty baus for several mouthb to
seom, and some work will be done well f
into bhe winter. While mose of this
esto, ~i shipped to the New England
S' ate so be manufactured into the
s f t eotton goods, this frm also
aker several fbipment to European
market, where great eare is taken in
phipplagina article that must oome
1il**Oasest with the best product of I
^W^~~- L
S FreIsno 'ottoo oo the m*Ae
I hadedsIMe Sea Island and In tMh
' eest p the grower san, with eare,
Spreoees a grade tat esa come up to
tha ofd ay setono in the cotton grew*
l o eIumtries, Alachoa county havira
Laptlsd many. pried on this product
Semapetlsivt exhibitions of the
Wld. _
16. Iha been decided that we are es
S titled to permit the easing of 00 votes
mto e free lfbrry eonteat for eah
S ealy subscription paid for prior to
Oltehi th, 1906. Subscribers who
h pae M for th paper slae June 144t
Seated to voe. Cop eas a" be
tm' seat this UoAe.
t e Twiee-r.Wek Som besg eoti. u
e td o permit the eastia of 300 ot p
the free Ilibary oootest for *M b
S byery aberipUti paid for, te n
la, e of irbyr olth hapmer,
D. O., take hts me -hod of aest. t
I soar who e* tirslrebseriptlse
ptr Me e'ekle p. m. of Oetober 14h, I
II, who avn paid iemS Jee 14th.
ti, a the Chapter will gresly sa. Qd
p pmee their asppon. IheUl the
Oi a he library th referee

E to p-mt Mias, V. r.Me
-w ap- Un- s

1 m' U-VAO I y 0

OAH 0^ IM-L ANDimO m. :
A HrAH oFiRa l-ont of Wad

Mrs. Sarah P. Aadwron died ver;
soddealy and onexpiseedly at her remi
dden* at Wade a arpdne*eday eve
tfog 0. 4. 4th. Be wat le eelloei
bemlth l a ilabetkA .w l ag, where
she comapined l bf lag idi.poee
end was seoeled to her bed with I
slight bilieos attea, tlkkh later do
valopd .be.an troai e and eausod
bar asmelat death.
She was years om, a Christiar
lady beloved by all who had the pleas
ore of hr aeqealaaw.; id herdeath
es a severe blow the whole coum
The deeaeed was the mother ol
Shirtoee hlidrem, Mal of whom are liv.
Ing at pienent--three seeos Arkanoea
J. M Aedereon, pe astefas Wade;
W. B. Aadefoe, meeshaes at DonDnl.
ion, and Min Floreass Adereon, whc
has taught soe eesfully several oehooli
In thiseoonty. She al leaves t w
brothers, J. F. Itley, merehent at
Wade, end J. D Re y of Jackwonville
She was buried ast orel Grove Oeme.
tery Thursday eveaig, with a large
number of friends ad relative prese
ent. Mr. Hederson holding the fun.
eral seniee.
Third Year's Work Segun Under Fa.
vorable Auspices.
The Twentieth Oentury Olob began
the third year's wrk on Oetober Oh
at the home of the President, Mrs. 0.
A. Ooleloulh. The formolating of
plan for the year were dlseuesd, re.
sults to be played Is definite shape at
the next meeting. The predidenravn
her weleomial address, making son.
eotiono to etioslate seal and lterest.
The report of the board of directors
proved the eleinoy of the eenotiono
made by the slab in the arranaenst
of the year-book, which will soon be
reedy for distribution. The report of
the library committee wa of espeelal
interest aod a deserved vote of thanks
wain iven the chairman, Mrs. Fmater,
for baher trio| and frualtfol eAbr
during the summer months.
The Twentieth Oentury Olob begins
the new year hopeful of good and sob-
stantial reule for future beseft to
the members, aq sal, eventually, to
the town at large, in a plendidly
equipped library, whieh io their special
work. Members are requested to be
prompt with dos, so thai the year.
book may sot be delayed.
Mrs. ueorg A. F mof Waldo Pasaes
The people of Waldo were shoue
last Satrday evenia, October lth,
when it was asnouaeed that Mrs. Oeo.
A. Flagg was no more. WhUe she had
beea quite Ill for several dayt, ber
many friends did not rerlise that the
>ad wasee near.
Mrs. Olara Ku nie Flas was the
only child of Mr. and Mrs. Jdwald
Reeaalt of thbo plaeo. he wa boer
s Centralls, Ill., on bptember th,
T73, and breeght to Waldo while stil
Sehild. On eptembe id, 10U, hel
carried Georl A iatsg. Beides her
arenst and hoeasbd, she leavs sre
right boys. eged 12 and 14 leen, he
ouern her loes.
A tmatnifal eharaster, so er with
ier devotion to her loved ear,seeoe4d
o bher aom In life. Her bes of1
rieadl here etend oonuole*o t) the
estaved loved ones.
The peeaoiarly sad feature of this
le*e to( faes that Mmr Reelh
i eot retornd from Vlqirgio, whets
b buried her mrnthr Jue two wkeks
Waldo, Oetsber II 1300.
nlateMe wMW heoM P Mube mefeion e
Thet ELd.

The sltlseas ofWIueca hab e"be
wiratingow *r tme The crpoks.
&a of a MrW t Sm tIes stles "I
ahe am* or oof te -bps of
)of AMute end Alas c s m

awl @up via be "b"to a lepw*

hems esuetu blI
s-rn eses is 8e

.iikildlig NatuciJ, -i
inAMIinS* I W. NSBLgY,




Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health and
Usefulness to Pe-ru-na.

Read the Leott of Grateful Women

Cured by Dr. 8. B. Hartan's

Fr Advice.

Thousands Tt montals
cetlWl"y Year.

., '3-?, 1H .
l ckurochSL, ur totn, V
Vt., Voee-Presidest of
Exchange, write s
*- 18Mar malodH a e Mal
BweOMA's mnedamIe O Mr
S* best 1 ve kee. seke Met I Sivo s th.
I suffered for se" isarn.
My back ached, I -I hearmIdS
down palns,and ftrIq-b hMd.
"I wolM often Wr from
alep in such pala tht would
ffter for honr s bertrm eys
would lose agaan. I dladedl
the lo n lhts s wel aa the
eary days.
"1 oonsulted two phylelans,
hoping to get relief. Pleading
that their maedieu did not
eem to sue me, a blend ad-
Svised me to try ermua.
SI am certainly Wd as t I
followed ber adtvieftr srna
was the only medlae- Ir me.
Every aohe ad psao disap-
peared nto oo months and I
am In pereet health b .

f at wInome e a r s P.O
ra.a hrIhuI ae will
r s a l^oh X. .- *. ^

EnjoyalN Spliead ,L.E.
Mrs. L. i. Tyier, Banta k *
.Monloa, OaL, eretary Sant& Moniea

qum an* ease me.
@ 01W" mermreYm

M"O" Socaety# wrifte t
_mka -a-%- _A d I wa
I bfd crN I
"I began to Iel betlr after I had
Mtn the first bottleful and Improved
from wek to wek until at the end of
about eleve weeks I was entirely well
"I a pleased b sayr thM I habe
enoyed pleaded health sow for nearly
a year. I hae a AM appetite, enjoy
.eound sleep and do nots water from any
more beadaebhe or other pain."-- .L. K.



Because they are the best
in the land for the money!

Ask you dealer for the
"Banny Jim" Shoe and in.
set on getting It.


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Aimomw-b --.

CO psteoly Regained er
MtIe dith Reams, T7 North Main t.,
Dayte 0, Owritese
"I sO feared or some Ume with both
lung and Ifmale tmble.
,,I d bes orse oa& euon ofa
t kyams M ~Asret m seommr
mI en ."-- adl t earm

No testimonials pntlider d witho t
wrlta onaeentlo the wromia P
o0 anioaftriam from the-aboe a&W
ments."-VdIth Beams.
No Wteehonikle pnhllahed without
wrtile ounseaIof the wril."

Amer b tthe Land of Nervous

The majority of women are noeroi
because they sarer rum some form of
female disease.
T greatlet obeaele In the way of
recovery Is that tbey do Pot understad
that atarrhk i the mala source of tf

Women who are la doubt as to the
allnment should write to Dr. Hartmen .
Prelaieet e The Har ma saltarUIt'm
OCambe 0. Olve him a ftall desurtp
Uone your symptom, pareie trea
agent and ago
Hf will promptly reply with full db
reooUon for teatmeat, freoe l ofarge.

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om Right o the Point

There'U no us trying to
foat -adulterated whiskiel,
brandies or winoc on the
Public. It'll do for awhile
-a very Mhort while We
have no inclination to at.
) tempt it even on(:e We
take pride in the purity of
our stok, and our pricet-
meatiore for memwure, qunl.
ity for quality-will con.
vfnce you of the advantage
*** of buying here

Scala House Wine Rooms,


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- Florida.

Pano or w u&smsse ma

Veow ad r~ at *1" 40 a"froo o foeoad
U~l eat he ibk -e .ee,. 1 .ere k

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f *r a MELR08I MtCtANO. ',
N Death of an'Old Rets-id-*a o-*d*-
son Appointed Dop" Short
S.Y Melrose, October 10.-John 1. Good-
-on, a life-long redldeas of Metros, at.
STbn Uniersity igh school of *~r a few weeks' illness, died on Friday
morning, leaving a widow and eight
Gainville is lbloishing. children to mourn his death. Not-
withstanding the showery weather,
OVER 480 PUPILS ENROLLED quite a large gathering of friends was
present at the funeral on Satdrday af-
New Pupils Added Every Day-One tornoon, Rev. T.J.Sitltuubkoeslating.
Hundred ald Thirty in the High As the recent wet and dry leetion
Orad.-More Room and Another for Clay ounty the Melrese reeinoc
went 16 dry to 1 wet.
Teacher Wanted. Mro. W. H. Oorpew s*4 son have re-
The University High School of this moved to Miami.
oitL Is making rapid strides and it is Lee Goodeon has seeepted theposi-
llOagbt It Iwill be better this winter tion of deputy shearf for Potnm eooon-
tiba ever before. Under the ruling of ty sod' will move his family to PalaStk
tel Bookman bill law there has been a r ext week.
ew' life instilled in the high hebool, Among thope rently returned
and astthe present time there are 120 from the North are Mt. and Mrs. O. D.
students in the higher grades, with a Kent, W. E. Priee and Ool. Yearwood."
prospect of a mjuh larger number be. At ithi regular monthly eooanll
fore the close of the term. According meeting only routine basins Was
to the books in the hanj of Superin. translated. The attention of the els-.
teadent Kelley there were 400 pupils I*n s I called to the mayor'a proclama4
in the schools last year, while at the tion in regard to the cleaning op of
present time there are 480 enrolled, their sidewalks.
and eaob day bring more. T. Bart and family have rented the
An Inspection of the several rooms Conyers house in East Melrose.
will oonlvnee one that there Is need of
more room in order to overcome the Saved His Life.
congestid condition of the various de. J. W. Davenport, Winto, Ky., writes,
partments. It would eem as though June 14, 19091 "I want to tell you I
the eloak room could be made smaller believe Ballard's Snow Liniment saved
sad the room thus gained be ueed to my life. I was under the treatment of
good advantage In making sittings for two doctors, and they told me one of
theseholars. If the pupils continue my lungs was entirely goneiand the,
S t Inoreasu each year as they have in other badly affected. I also had a lump
the pat two years, a new school house on my side. I don't think that I eoold
,will be the next thing to be supplied have lived over two months longer. I
There 1i need of one more teacher was induced by a friend to try Ballard's
in the eity sobools, who would enable Snow Liniment. The irs application
oor eorps of instruetors to earry on the gave me great relief; two ffty sent
work more atlifateorlly and with ad. bottles eured me sound and well. It Is
vantage to the pupils. With this one a woaderfurmedlelne and I reeoomed
van to suffering humanityy" golf by W.
addition to the schools there is no de- iM. Johnaon.
sylog the feat that the Gainesville
University High School would be one TAGEODY AT MOTHER'S BIER.
,' of the best in the State.
In the Oounty. DIIoulty Betwen Members of Family
Nearly all the schools in the county Over Dead Body of Parent
are nos working olsely, except ypo HUatings, Nob., Oct. 10.- O r the
are now working elooly, except pos. de4d body of his mooer, John Buden-.
ilbly six or eight that were open dur. d body h motr Jo
Ing the summer, which have nut yet k slot bhiMmtel, his sister, Ahl broth.-
stted. Two have no teacher ator and brother.in-law. The latter two
red.are ln a dying conditioL. The shoot
present, but It is expected they can be l wa the culmination of a family
Ing wa the culmination of a family
really supplied.
readily supplied, quarrel that had existed for years.
Oounty Superintendent Kelley Is de. Mr. tbd ,ck wa stai rt the
oto his careful attention to the eMrs. Duderck was staying At the
otol his carnful attention o the home of 'er.daunhter, Mrs. Peter smr.
ehoee etem of the esr y sd toebtl all, and because of the famil troe-
ilthere meeting with the mest at bl he on John. wM sot permitted
S' teail ,ceoes la his efforts. He. ls to e her during her lllnes.
t' petting in much valuable time to- When John beard of his mother's
ward the work. death. last allht. be extend the house
I S ~s Ihortly after midnight and found the
Entire family aurrundilg the corpse,
o watching the undertaker prepare the
A Q remains. Advancing to the corpse
H ow Is W John placed his hands on the lifeleu

e 1 sister. 1 Praces, ulIt something In
S aPollsh, whereupon e struck her. Then
he drew a revolver and shot his slater.
Is your pulse weak. too slow, Before he could be overpowered ie: ,
too ast, or does it skip a beat? shot his brother, Jacob. and brother In.
Do you have shortness of law Peter Snwall audoeik tl Is tail.
breath, weak or hungry spells,
fainting, smothering or choking Aatonushin incident. j

pells, palpitation, fluttering,
S pains around the heart, in aide
and shoulder; or hurt when
lying on left side?
S If you have any of these
sy mptom. 'our heart is weak
S or disraetd, and cannot get
better without assistance.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
s trengthciie weak hearts, and
rarely cvcr fails to cure heart
disease. Try it, and see how
quickly you will find relief,
"About Januarry 1t. Io). I took
down alth earknws ald alrtuj
and rdually grw ow ore was t
ai r ay mtily hydl'tmn that my oN"*
6 6Oa. ty nel'hbors and hea
A ad *hsn u* up to dio. My
,dI "s lntl ub wuri awtltn to on-i
Mrar n t n 1tais als an
twale hsa nlr-t- la"urd my hort.
at lrastl throe movtha I had to a
reped up In bed to kr fr.am iuwrh-
e _SE. 1 n(otr .vo bnttlv. a4 5)r.
fIe t Cura sRi b' the time I
Stakb them LU I w entirely
eaIed. ,et btwav thas I lha* or
twt reT. and I asn atle tto
wef u e my airrm
te aln id' me tit 't&

M l 't HM ow r. Met Irt otInrs
,'* I^k M~t* Hrt Ow la tee y
S IflMu erwawh wno WIN l a*w iarst- thai
-a ~,~ r 14t will > If It tfil*
S le w reund ye wr mney.
Unle Medical C&t Rilkart IInd

It was, to all her friends, an aaton.
hiiegi incident that Mrs. I. B. Hunt of
Liame Ridge, We., was oured of her
dreadruil il0ktuee. "Dtetorn," she
write. "had airen ane up; friends
were reaty to bid Inm the lUt farew*.ll;
elouds ott ide.pair darkrued my horilaa,
and I was a wreck on the horer of dee-
pmdw*ety,* wI vi| I twgl Ito take Kli.e
trie tillere ior my frilhtful stumaeh
and liver comilaint. To the asltnish.
metn ir all, I was tiwviintl* at onec
and am sow completely and mlracts
lously rtored to health At all drug
atore; price Wo; guaranteed.

Preteeten fer Peley Hedera.
Chleagc Oet 10.-A diad ok to the
Record-lerald from Jefermo Oty,
Mo.. says that Oovror t Plk lat sigt
received a telel mm from Toumas W.
lawson asktag him to accept a plase
with other g oveirc on a protective
I comultte to the policy older. t
SCmsaad reuttltent of mosey by the
Mutual. New York Lf aad tultable
coOr patel, sad to "alah allty o-
lala.' 1 be OveMraer is very y
a:d probably wUl ot beab t aeee
|Lh posttIsa.

m M i Doctors Said He Would ot Live.
.--. .- -... ete Fry Woodruff. Pa. write:
i Afterr doeorig fur %two eas with
9 U HIMMOCul HOUlK the b tl phy*es s mto Wa)b bus.
saId still ttiag wIor, the dctor Z al
liNL MAwuOc@, rLA. vd ame if 1 had any beelses to t*'
-- snd to I haj better attend to It M
S arditr sUtlati and Fishint 'as'e as I could not poMey Ulv
another o~calt aa m er was **a so
hti neest IaN for nw Foley 'sa idaey Cre w" so.
L0" ***i 8 ~meanded to m, by a Mhel. sid I
wiumlsoini M m immediately weas my eea ta he ese
**** io *,. &ad after akiag these -h-se I
Ia mam- -I ba to e t hWer, ad mateed L
ML. toJLA i eaS. S regow eautI I mwa eaUr ty w.L. J.
MA. oaN"0. T .& W MeOslesa A Oa

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Mags Unhappy Homes-Thetr Condition Irritates
BothilHusband and Ch-drenm-ow Thousands
o Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous
Prostration and Made Strong and Wel.
I _

A ervos, irritable mother, often on
e vere of hysterics, is unfit to are
for children; t ruins a child's disposi-
tib and react upon herself. The
trouble between children and their
mother too often is due to the ftet
that the mother has some female we lf-
aees, p. she Il entirely natfl to bear
th strait upon her nerves that overn-
tA lidren lavolves; it Is impoible
r to do anything calmly.
The ills of women act lke a firebrand
upon the nerres, consequently nine-
tenths of the nervous proetration. ner-
voas deepondency. "te blues," sleep-
lecse. aad nervous irritability of
women arise from some derangement
of the female organism.
Do you epelenoe ft8s of depreeslon
with retleneMs, alternating with
extreme irritability? Are your spirits
easily afeeted, so that one minute yon
laulh, and the next minute you feel
like crying 9
Do you feel something like a ball ris
lan in your throat and threaseniug to
choke you all the sense perverted,
morbidly sensitive to light and sound;
al in the ovaries, and especially
etween the shoulders; bearing down
pains; nervous dyspepsia, and almost
continually eross and snappy ?
If so. your serve are is a shattered
condition, ad you are threatened with
nervous protrtion.
Proof i monumental that nothing in
the world Is better for nervous prostra
tiso tha Idydia R. Pinkham's Vege-
table Oompooad; thousand and thou-
maade of woem testify to this fact.


Notice is hereby iven that S. P.
purclmer 9f Tax Certificate N.U
dated the 4th day of July. A.
has field 8ad certitlicte In t my Oet
hu made application for tax deed to
accordsane with law. Said oertiflo &e
braces the folUowln described proPMV
ated in Alachua county. Florlds. towtt:
Commence st Se corner frsetlonal o. th
Tp II. 21t. and ruu N st chs W M abO to
lvltial point, then W .ll hs S IS it elh. O
railroad. then E sioa railroad to a point iL
cbt. E of W line of land being deecrlbed. teOM
N 7.IC0 cI. to beI(lnnlD. See. Tp. It. B. L--
5 oore-.
The said Hlad being amwe wed at the date O(
the ivsuance of mucb certlItcate In the n mMOf
S. P. Thomad.
Un.lehs sai certlflate hall be redeemed o
oordinr to law. tax deed will Iaue tbere ta or
the 1th day of October. A. D. 190W.
Witness my offclal signature and sea toi
the l1tb day of September. A. D. taO.
pd Clerk Circuit Court Alacbuas Co.. Fla.

Notice is hereby given that Bell. Cohoae A
Co.. a corporation composed of W. E. Bell N.
U. Wade and Perry M. Colson. purchbasemnot
Tax Certificate No 5t. dated bte 6th day 9o
July. A. D. ilain have tiled said certifitste o
my oflH e, and have made Iappliation for tax
deed to laue in accordance with law. Seal
certificate embraces the fo allowing desa rbe
property situated in Alaculuic county. lorida.
W*mL kta outSw t.o of Ne4 see e.'i. 10. S. R 5 -40
acre .
The said kind being :assed at the date of
Mrs Cester Carry, Leader of the the issuance of such certllfcate in the name of
Ledles' Symphony Orchestra, 4 8Sara- t P. Smith
toga Street, Boston, MaL, writes: ne ld erttcate hll be redeemed o
o street, Boto, M ., rit: cordin to law, tax deed will issue there on o
Dear KMs Pla tkbm the 23rd day of October A I). 141.
For eTit yar I was troubled with rs. Witne mtuy ofclful sii atlure and seal thi
b en vo- n e terad bll brogbtol by the 2')thday of Selptemdbe A.D 10 Ig.
imrreguiarte I could neither dnloy lIe rar Id lejn Ur ult .ror .A W ElNiCESo.
n_ igts- I was vuery ii tat~e inero liwu erk 'reu(t courtt Ai ebua Co.. isl.
**Lydao .Ph inkam'slV taNbleO POu NOTICE O: APPLICATtON FOR TAX
was commended and proved tob e the ioly DEED I'NDtER SECTION wi OF CHAPTER
remdy that ps me I hawe edif y LAWS 01' RIDA.
lVfore d a IS h catll." am now st ro
u lin, e al d re Me amUer t ih p Notice Is hereby wlven that A. I. Chatty,
* > l'urclhser of Tax Certillcate No. Sa,
Mrs. Charles Brown, Vice-Presl- i ed ihe ih dat o(f .i lv. D. INI. has
filed rti ertmly(i.te In mir oft'ec. and has
dent of the Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar made saplleatulo for tax deed to isue In so-
Terrace, Hot springs, Ark., write: corda :ne with law Silt!d ertiticate enibroeas
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:- the following desrrbed irotl ,rty c situted il
I draggldtwhrougbntla yemnof r A a thua county. h,,rijd. towit'
Five ooure In lot t61. Lelittir Tract of Levy
saiew warw out with pain guWd r vos. Grant.
0s0i 10 it seemed as thouh U9I should fly. The saindland begin, useod nat the date of
I than noticed a statement of a woman trao- the ituance of .utch cert ll'*ate it the name
bled uas I was, and the wonderful remlte she of Ilake tBros.
derival trom Lydi binkhambn' Vegetabe Unlenm atld certificate shall he redeemed
Co ond, decided to try it I did ad according deed will urir la thereOs
Sthe od of three monte I was a dle t ofthe 10,h day of x(ltoter. A h. 1). 1 t .
L tnesm ni% oictlll alf M lture andr seal th& i
WOUmM M W 3 filro n wsa slI5M*. 1was the 1th day of Seteu,',er. A. ). l lo.,
no loner irritbls, and my hmhand fell i .H.W N
love wts all over again." Id ( le'rk ircult Court .1 %cthua Lu.. l&.
Women should remember that Lydia
. Plnk~ltm's Vegetable Compound is NOTCEOFA TAX
the medicne that holds the record for
the greatest number of actual cares of D:cED 'UNDER SEnL:cr, oF CHuAPTER
female Ills, and take no substitute. 4"c. .AW 01 O FLItiDA.
ree Advice to Women. N thle is hereby 'ven thut J. It. Dell. Jr.,
Mrsr. 1 Lynn, Moo..invites~purvh oer ul of lTax C'ertiltl ate No. t64.dat-
Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., invites eth or ed te 211 dii of July. IA). Ilow.)i tiled "Md
all lkwomen to write to her foradvice. certrifiat,- n my oft~e. und hans made apttlc-
Mrs. Pinkham's vast experience with tcisn for tax deed to isvse in accordance witb
female troubles enables her to tell '1r. Said OCertifcate em',rates the followIng
tlri,crthed IroLrty t itlateuI in Alachus coca-
you just what is best for you, and ty. l,ortlda. towit:
be e will charge you nothing for her .St' of r S4ee. 24, ,. %. S,. Rane Is E.
The said land tw ing a e lsei at the date of
the |tla tice t.Inh cortltte In th. n..

LAs Mm PhMM'sAidft-A 3 M kUnivstoft a Wm I&

Preduetlen of Cotton In 1904-05.
Washington Oct 1t.-The oaens
bureau's report today shows the pro,
uctiomn a distribution of the cotton
of the United States available between
Bep. 1, 104 and Sep. i. 1905. to be
4.466,14 bales. Of this amount about 61
per cent was exported, S0 per cent was
Ised In domestic consumption, 16avrng
a surplus of 9 per cent The domestl
Mcnsumptlon Includes 4,778 bales de.
stroyed by flre.

Speolal Commlssloner Returns.
Now York, Oct. 10.-Judge W. J.
Oalhoun. who went to Venezuela sever.
al months ago as a special comlmsslon.
or representing the United states gov.
ernment, returned to New York today
oa the steamer Caraoas. He wil go
to Whehington today.

May be Mr. Bryan may accept the
position of King of Sweden. If he hap-
peos around that way, to till vacancy.


J iStuartllev.
'nleps aid oerttlleate shall he oedeewed so-
v'ording to law, tax deed wtll Lmhue thereon on
the ti day of uf(ctober. A. I) Du.
WitPnes mY oMclat l dgnatire and seal %tea
the I th day uf "loteiter. A. D. i9W..
i'd Clerk Cirvult Court Alachu Co_. Fla.
Land ()mce it Gainexville, F ..
Notice .. hbere,% iren that the following.
aucued settler b. tilred noticee of hi.. Intentlou
to tauke final Iroo4f In untiort of his
claim. and that suld p'rwf will be ruiate before
Regliter and Re'ei'er uat ;alnesvlje. t'.. o0
Nuienher W. I&46. si
Jt*mes I. K511 of Okl TouC. Fia.,
Hd. fWiUI for the Swi, of Sw'it %; 5. W%
of Nw'4* Nw~t o(SIA14 See. b, Tv. 11 S., IL
He Clames the following w itne,.j, to prove
hbs o',ntlnuous resldetser uln land cuitlvada
of said law!. val
Thomas Keen. I1,J Keen. Rep ry Stoelle.
Jame% Cannon. ,ll&of (W rTow n Fla
Pd W. to. 11101lINSON. HiGSUer,
NOTICH tl lit I'tUBIth TloN.
Land tI.Moe it ;aiheavllle. la.,
Septecmber ii. 1go&
Nott'ee I- i.heyezi iren that thp fololAwg-
naudl %ettlte ha. flied notice of 141 Lntcnhjd
to Wake broai pro. f In t-uvL-ort of his claim, ad
that s%"Iri( f wlil Itemade heore Ree tat
aid Hreelier at '.aajCseiae. Fla on Otobeir
54. t951. viz a
JAIIS % WIIA- &0 Hell. Vie..
,4~J 1V 1 14 fo r th o S kc s o f S e e T i 9 4.. BI
tiHe nae. stt-e !:lowitr wltr.esae. to Ipove
We ron0lna,.. ,reUwden. sUpon, And cwittvamos
of mai lar. V 1i'
Jocpb I. P-1te. A. R Slauitrter. A f. Rob-
ortN. N I. Fetetner .ial ol ofNl. PI&
I'd W. G. tO)SNIt Hei'gL.'ter.
NUTICL 10f1 P1t PI'MUCArio
toad 1 'cM eeat t.lninoUl .10
Septgsat'er 1. Its
NeuWc L% berthrivet that Uw Lhefauwvf
Saes mettier has Sled DOWec of his hb
to makhe Saa I'tuof Is aupp..wi of hm esI~. agi
Ibt taa Iroofr V UW be n ,P he f o maIs4el
MWs Rece I %er at 1"Igteal teLeF'Sa. do (iSe'e
04 194,. vit
J-Pwr L I~wi oflIfel. Fa.L.
Hd mINIt "4I !e" %u Iot ofS,, aof ttee
140 ae the fimOtl Ir lowI" orovS
Ihi coernw,,za. cwale~ce ,aiej aa eu:Uva~lj
of &W Ila. rT
J am&q*"#eh. A H Miawel At A L eb.
etta N Fr.ethebe. a# of frL. WL&
W ti. Wtux som itectmW.
TO O Ut~ekir. LnAW4te* stbte
rW% of te lakel lof A. 3A I a
I'mom e0Wh% a" IgWAtles Wra
Vi', 3wintake 0U^0t"e l.I 401'aw"Me'tat~
thi Skr'S P101111"tmasott Ma mnice. L ~
b4gt"S of S" vtetoew eof A bL
0* OIL prem t o t" now 59.
( i J e is JuWR Ihs fusr As
01 Metea my eosu O(a.e(Ie pu b -

111f iaand r.i co d vn oh
ank ur RAYRI Lr
Ae. L of i 0"" ofA.Lm

No t** b s. S sso9 Waslw s
60 -- '. a
am osilL0 Abeam ee U

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:UN: OCTOBER 12, 1905


SH opening* From Variou
Section of Stat.

ranspring In "The Land of Flowers."
Thins "*Boiled Down" to Suit the
SW y Reader-4temn of Interest to
AN Otasses.
The Jail at Peasecola has 51 prison.
ere, 5 of whom are negroes.
The terry aerore the Sawanne river
at Branford is now ready so carry pas.
sengers over.
It is now whispered that the Oeala
rim and spoke factory will be removed
to Brooksville.
The municipal government of the
t town of Largo, Hillsborough b outaiy.
S has been dissolved by motoal consent.
Lee eoonty will have ome great
novelties made from sake and illiga.
tor skin on exhibition as the State
The Seminole Hotel at Belleview has
been sold to Dr. T. H. Laughter, and
he will take possesion some time this
S moth.
The loss by the recent fire in Ybor
Oity, at which Conskable OCllenberg
loss his life, will reach upwards of

Olneinnati orange buyers are skir-
aolshig around Hillaboroogh county,
trying to boy all the oranges they ean
on the trees at $1 per box.
The St Loele County Commission.
ers are having a little trouble of their
own, which furnishes lots of staff for
the two papers at Fort Pierce.
The Alachua Baptist Assoelition,
comprising the counties of Lake, Mar-
ion, Bumter and Hernando, will' meet
at Leesburg, October 19th to 21st.
Lee county will collect overone hun.
dred and twenty thousand dollars for
this year's taxes. It will be a raile of
aniety thousand over any previous
8t. Loale county has aothorized two
saloons to do business there and a
Same and fish warden is asked for. He
will probably see that the uekers are
Soeads, Jackson county, with a pop.
elation of upwards of 300 people, has
raieed $1,860 to pay the salaries of her
school teachers. Few towns of her
S lse equal 8neads.
Frank MeEthridge, who cut quite a
fcore il Oeala as "a private detec-
tive" and a "real estate" dealer, sou-
eeded In fleecing the innocent people
of hUat eity out of about 400.
The Tampa Bay Hotel will open for
bolneem aboot the middle of Novem.
ber sad tbe Seaboard and Coaas Line
railways promise so do all they can
eomsotently so boom the tourist trade.
Oeorge McLaughlin of Miami was
killed on the dredge engargd In the
lhubor improvements as that place on
riday last. The cable broke aad
anoek him a blot on the head, eams-
d instant death.
Brooeovlle milliners tast be very


UH!TmmAKI (0.


Agms *...
Monuments, Tombstones
and Iron Fences.
See Our Sapl--

ta*wml aleUlm os a W asi ern
thbi bb EM d telekgmapb wdv
prssepy ali4eds I.

fiaimvW. .Fkwvds


Boarding ud

Day School

Me SIWe us. a.

Feed a cold-yes, but Local Happenings and Numerous Per-
feed it with Scott's Emul- MiconIpt. .ocobfrt-P re,st. .p
fMee ee aChco eE, brr&uPrtjf 0* nt Do Not Neglect a Cold.
Sion. Feeding a cold in this and family rens a* wwek ii REv. E. Etry sold weakens th Luim, OWa the Vitality and make the
IoA. Gray on, hei. ,ay t o W .t.r Park. system less able to withstand each succeding cold, thus
w:.v kills it. You cannot Prof ,Olphan, has, posit, ii Rol- paving the way for mTn rt awU W seas.
affordd to have a cough or lin e ollhle*. CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES?
W. H. Sanders bhas return.l home
cold at this season or any after spurding several week-, sit re-
other. Scott's Emulsion Dr. t heater and J. P s~Iontoi
will drive it out quickly have been investing in bome K.,ntucky
thoroughbreds. They have stone nice
and keep it out. Weak saddle and driving bonrm
lungs are strengthened Ed. Rives is buiilai aenot, .r store-
room on his lot on Semir l -r ; t reet.
and all wasting diseases Mrs. rover has returned hime after
are checked by Scott's spending the summer In Baltrl ireand
Emulsion. It's a grLat P.M. Ool.on of Ofale0.ilhl nominal.
ly, of the State of ]Floridu generally,
flesh producer. spent a couple of day in to, n vidi tingl
We'll a, d ,e a ur m his daughter. Mre. W. A. Mc.'riRf
-mrTr a B).WN apLftN N..3 York a.. r and wi and Mrs. PR 3XAIIITLT CURML
J. D. Watkins and chldrna returned Ot O l_. @eo m *o Tr,
slow, as The Star anaonced last week home Friday after befg away, in Ten- e mAg
that Mrs. Black had jIst received a nsese, North Oarollea Wadhinton M'i. H'ki, f" e,0 foir LungI .
"large asortmentof new sprion mil*- ad several place i1 South Carolina V It O ULD NOW TAT ALLAD'
linery goods." Fall styles are now in for over two months. They report a HOUND MYR U CONTAINS NO QPLATES DOES NOT
as most of the towns. lnoe visit, but like all Floridians, ar CON nPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY
Jake Spencer Ii reported to have glad to get baek home. CURE CROUP AND WHOOPIN COUOH.
shot two of tiisson near Marianna on The Micanopy hih behool opened Se "9aU eefi e-lyei"W rlell- -LJ*'u g
Saturday morning, killing one of them last week. Miu CoUllis of (eorgia alt II etremst tastem.etI bil;lrr'ep
instantly and sverry wounding the is principal, Mils 8iuh of North Oaro- w ases(s iaoelsI Z 1t wea t
other. The parlioualae could not be lies is first assistlat and Miss Merry l t fbi CIMild Evi fUm Gna' `d L
obtained, of Micanopy is second assistant. They Jgg eA r S, ai *ga *0wH
John Aiken, the oegro who robbed so have eleven grades now and a proba.- M l SNOW L ST0NLO JU M 'I
many hoom ln Tamps, has been son- ability of the twelfth grade being start-
teneed to a buneh of 20 years by Judge ed soon, which will meessitate the em-'
Gordon. The previous bad oharsoeer ployiog of another teeber 'hey have O ANMNmD Y
of Aiken was the eueo of his getting been busy this week getting everythingg T. M TOII TSO T, Gali LLe-rv1 e.
such a bountiful sentenee. arranged.
The South Florida Horticultural So- Min Ethel Watkins has reJurned to
b ,d. o her school at Suwannee after spending
ie has bee organiseond t PFlorida oupleof weeks her visiting friendsTHUABSTRACT In
Gorda. Every ection of Florida ri r. I.lAit"l T C T
should have It horticultural society. ^ nlrell MrI I.,
and the mautal benefit thus derived The farmers are very htI) y sow ing
would be a g6odthigfor all. eeds, setting out lettuce, rotting hay, T q i Rnder relial. pervin of every srt Ialo h lh line of
Fort Chrstas horseghauling in core and gettiog their lands of Title the I.lnd Titles in the tRate of Florida, partioilarly
A Fort Ohrtrma hone gt choked ready for fall and spring erop. There Almohos nnenty.
to death on too much beggirweed. has been so muoh rain that it has been first consid-
There are some horses around this e. hard to save hey, bu they ha~e learned NPIE('ALTIEN: Abtlrrats of Titleel Tax Male nearehtae
tion that we believe would be willing to save bay while the sun shines and er:on f o r Apts l r ean-Reldret Land Owmers; Plart ef 0CItlee,
to take their ohancea on the begfrr quite a lot has been saved this week. the investor. Tewan, Re.
weed, if they eold only et enough to No set of men on earth are am hopeful
get choked on. as the Florida farmers. References: Fire National Bank of (lainesville. H. F.
The coroner's jory in the Davis mor- C. E Melton is building a fifty thonu Duttono Co., Bankers.
der at Miami has made a supplement. and feet per day eapeelty saw mill at
aI report, in wlich s says that it is t he his place and hopes to hae.. i in op. --..... . ..
opinion that 0. E. Davis and his ration by November ls. I"ris, with
daughter, Elsie. came to their death Prnter's and Sherehous'e. gives Mica.
from pistol shot in the hands of par. nopy three saw mille.
ties at present unknown.
.The Bon Company of Jacksonville Mothers
he been created a charter. Claude Who woold keep their children in IIn.oorpor tal
L'Engle ai preldest and treasurer, good health should wateh for the firs E, E. VOYLE. MGR.
and A. K. Taylor t secretary. The symptom. of worms, and remove them Abee of Title and fl fo io furnished e din la
company will soon ssue The Florida with White's Cream VermifulR IIt i county Onr manar r had lived In thils county thirty ean da
Bun, a weekly aper, aod it is looked the children's best tonia. It getr di- I thoroughly enavrernt with land titles.
forward to with mooa interest. getlon at work so that their food does
Dell Williams wa shot in the fore. them good, ad they grow up h* Lthy
head by a jealous olored man at Day. d t ra d b y W. Joh
esander and two eolovrd men named -- eating a number of prominent Amerleasa ad Ilishi eaptamlee.
Alonso Bronaon and William Morga It Will be An Event at the Stale Fair REAL r8TA'rE AND CITY LOANr
are all locked up o Jaill as DIeLd. In Tampa. G 1 S OI- I e WLOr L
The latter men are eharled with ear- The Fair eommiseioers from the v. ... -. --------.. .
ryling onoealed weapon. rioos ouotIe to be represented a the --. -.
At a meeting of the Board of Oomn coming State Fat, at a recent meet. iAliESVLLE O* TTUI WlllK w A
missloner of the State Inlsiutions, Iig a Tamps ome time sao, were A RI VIfLE I I WE
held at Tallahaseee Baturday, the see. given ail the nesleary information re. ---. IaIuvrrI ag if-
traest and bond for the State priatlag garding dletrent feature of she es- I d ll Vvl A IU bl *i4 I r Has
by The Capital Pablibhin Company, hibit department., e'. After the reg. O!, M Clidr, IU
wkieh a w drawn by AloraeyJelsOcrl Iler meeting the eommiesoners weus oAIELkVI LLE, VLEORIIDA.
ills, was signed oed approved., The lto eOenrive seslion and paused F le. Casee awa el s ee o saId tms sas t* srea.i.
boad. whieh was for t,00D, wae made resolutions requesting the directors of
ia a few minute* and ws qualifed in the Fair Aeoesiataion lo dellgrlate
the m of ,00. B Day. Thursday, ,ovemb.r ... as Brow. DIsy. .,I .....
While the denizens of Mill Dam, r a honor of Col. T J T J I. BroIe. tau.
Jaskeonville, were enjoy n a mial eatort of the Fair mooremeot and
bop on lrtearday might, sone darkey praldent of tbhe reoelatiu. Theeom. I R IE VA
as' df,""' h -"by"" "" v o r aYOUR MONEY BACK
who wM not on the liSet of Invlstd mhi elen elalo r.*queted tIh puivilyle
aoeete. 8moeed him,lf by *koosin| I WHBtltl Qkrn,)r Bruowsd ad
the festive crowd threogst the open nrpre tatlve from eMh county to t -If the (hw lrf I)ont Huit.
wldow. If he hadn't ran out of am-. p t. *and to arrsae a speal pro.
maokalohewold have edt heowd ho.or of thde THAT IS OUR MOTTO AND WE LIV[ UP TQ If.
crippled so there would not have beena pe to Get ,,,
e*** g for on. ,.1 "" A ofte frrated by sd. brk. ,lk
lag wn s o toa dysrrn .ebs sel ebsep. l

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thisoil is "YMN b" 116966ob. pbum" a" '-
ThH4wenty .4 '5rr '1lw hSr IV. DmHv c~ta~rft
lowrdop on& lost dealm. The ems USU"OtS09 `
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AN jis i olao 11 m,
*, e. 1. F. Harat1a Da y PmaIp P
she elty on Moa#" ,.
F.H. i. Olyat of lly4t 4lon was
"rad ino n the eity yeOdMl
Tim Bailey of Newbary owa 1 itlw
to the oounty epital ytlerdiy.
F. B. Godfrey, ewhble of the Bank
of Alabem, we l In a city eetrdy.
Ma Oslarea Kt of WaMe io vistsl l
her sister, Mrs. Gwrp B. lllts, In this
Gad Mathews d F. D. Peterson of
Oamie werr tenloan In the oity at

/ T. Bradley, one of Alashoa's busl-
ada AsO, was a visitor in theb ely on
eHl1 Wilins of Hague, one o
11talm or friends, wau a visitor nl the

Joha T. Roers of Jsalngsl Lake,
4 thrifty farmer, was In the oity yes
Iorday on buslMii.
Boea, to Mr. ard Mrs. 8. O. Weaver,
bsaday, Oetoer 8th, a son. Friends
exted o olgratulatons.
Mr, W.H. Le aed doghter of MIl.
aer weraimong (hoae who eame to
Gsliedlllb hopping ys terday.
J. M. Onlan of Alaseha one of the
*paegra aeo farmers of that Noltion,
wi traoseating business in this lity
Wol YM.est of Fanala and Ha.
bers W. Bimmons of Bell were la the
ely Satuerdao on business coneated
with she United 8saes land offIe.
N, D. DDapol, a prosperous farmer
of Fle atmtof whtle an route to Hihb
Sprang, opeat a short while with his
daughter, Mro. D T. Davis, yPeterday.
aar BLeest has aommoneed the
gaIoe of two easte s on Plasi
aie They will be eoapleted asoes
qa paOibl, one of the being' already
ikrypbthlinou t he Odd Fellows'
noW e a d BSanlsrlem in this ity leoks
very *mei ad Invitxng, and It Is ex*
pnted to have It open for goueat about
sheo Ia of November.
Mr. and Ms. W A MeOrilf of Mis*
aopy wore in the elc Sunday to vilit
relaivie and friend. Mr. MoOrlrhas
Oased.Uled l te r trade in that plate
&od ls well pleased with the outlook.
Col. L. D. Matheon and wife have
veaorsed from a visit at Austell, Ga.,
lwhre they wont for a short rest aod
to eajoy the atrative proper lee of the
faimeo Bodlsa LIthbteia prin water.
PFreaIsof DrW.W. Lasiter. formerly
of thief elty bat now resadIno i 1Looi.l-
na arie lad to welcome him agate to
his old home. He Is spendlig a few
days with his mother. Mrs. J. B. Dell.
Mr. and Mrn. I L. Ladrues and
eklldren of Roehblle were ai the rely
saturday. Mr. Landres and nohidren
were n route to Alaoeba, where they
will speed a few days as guests of rel.
Mrs W. H. Palmer went to Jacksaso
ille on Sunday for treatmeal. She
will be wlih ,hr adopted daeuter
whlle taore atd her many friends to
the Oaty hope to see her return soon
muok Improved la health.
The Taeres Berld of Agirut ith
ype* ta "J. D. tria(helw of 01aie*.
vllk wa i( Taver this week ea buse.
Ise. Mr. S$tfelilow re lty per.
chased he tarpeatine it.eret atf Mrl-
drir A LewI a LMtaneola ,
W. P. Tpeoklso of Loawhloa a mu
ito own yesterday sad mod The Ba a
potaaat iall. He eoaef Ie oldsel
and bet latiace of tha esetion of the
.e iy. asd ti Galeaeoihe friend a*I.
omp extend hbl a boearty wtoIme.
br. H. seteai ei Oooaetelt, wbo
et tI Odd Fellte' ilte m
g siter, arritnd nl the aety Sat-
iaWs io-mtoe detie the winter.
o.l at h--e Ma-alia f tthe
.vii ~lim guNSl.

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.Team Wode," Nails OmGe Do&*.
.Cor #nd, bd ,bsps eare*end. the O
sayig with iereda m is 0edhim'.
th man ahma nented he hUma
sleIng QM eI sat '43Wblae m
inyvete at II% team Wwier."
Teen "P)I. MARX
A Ck t. R. (W. Os. Mhol, Lia

am m mV b hwleoat 6 Tom iWar
4.,, xwoem~s m bbwq. eamestao
humv anbd~w w"Aaw ln eftem
swmuL amabbeu m aw60 0.
dte w v ab O b- 16 fuhe
om ad ndeSblomo of I"e Md.
map 04 b"iw h4"a rm -sO
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Amon tshe eiiM' leA'n
John V. DeMton, forna4 y a il
here bout owr efigC4 ismi hl ll
sale commission bee>ael wrJ44
when e, is praoPsU-.i. iB mr,
o0 friends are glAd -j)*Neile is ,
Sand to know btat h 0eill0U.
A. MeDa of LA d ,.Wa greet
iog ulo fld ritd i le yest.lr.
4syS .oe sMe wistn a a itise
of thsie 14 4du *esa a>e friends
woer gld If otperSmby to *$l n
t-i palir awth him, os Ita .e
e polsd a pbigpm S1 from she

A. o. Cbsa elarom rn 1arday
froi t AIS"*rt"i of, of 9>id Mo.

tni'f the lem t0bhe amb Em-

Srstieo work rmmeiled Ms the met .
is ad she repst show oh order i
a s prospeus eeadition.
Jesse E. Bart, efty editor of The
SB8un, has been roleoed from doty oai
the loeal work for a lfw weeks is er
Sder So give him time so devote to tb
Ind strali Edition, opon which b h
now actively e ged ad d to which hte
Seotire @ln will be devoMd. Mr.' W.
SW. Albley has talkn hie plaea as eity
editor and any favors shown him will
be doll appreciated by him aod the
manaIgr of The Son.
AmoMg the prominent visitors to&
SOinesville yesterday was Postmastrr
8. 0. Dell of Alsebua,'who was here
Sboelons. He made The Sun an airen-
ablek al. Notwithtanding that Mr.
Dllr is probably the yoospts post.
"aster la the Stae, be lills that re-
spouslble position with oeledney sad
, aifaotion to she patrons of the uoe,
and he has been eomplfmented along
thee lines by hih authority.
Judge Mason nd wife returned on
SMonday from a most enjoyable visitI l
the Old Dominion, speeding some Utae
Sat Washington, D. O. Botl the Jude
Sand his etimable wife have mooh Imn
proved from the *ee of the plea-
ant (Tip, and His Honor says that he
tfels about ston year yoongr. They
were aeoompanied home by their
daughter, Mrs. J. 8. Haddock, who
will remain about two weeks to vislt
her old frieads in the eity and vielaily.
1roai n Wer adqMi' Da4 A8m:
Herb rt Button of Melrose wu a vis-
Itr to this eity ymestrday.
L. V. Polk, a Haguea farmer, we 1a
visitor la she ity yesterday
Dr. I. D. Watkins of Mlioopy was
In the eity yesterday on a business
Joeeph L. Shaw, one of the sturdy
farmers of Aleahus, was in the city
J. A. Naoltsby of Campvllle was a
visitor at the county seat yesterday,
on spenlal boilom.
0. Duan of Windsor was in the city
yesterday and made this oloe a pleu-
ast rad substantial aill.
M. 0. Morrietn of HiLh Springs and
C. 0. Striekland of Hague were* among
the visitors to the county epital ye.
W. 8. lrey expects to make his
departure today for New York on a
buianes trip. He will be abelt about
two wwke.
Don't forest the Industrial Idition
of The Daily Sun. Every main io Ale
ebna sooty should hav his busieos-
represented in Its soloInu.
Rr. Thoee. P. Hay, pastor of the
Irot Pr,.bp triin Ohreoh, went to
North Carollna y~nteday on barsien
*oaoeed with his 4aetl dqitu.
u--~~i- -- -

Meana, ALa., Doe. N. 1IN.
Dr. B. W. lail, St. Loete, Mo.-Der
Ir Hiavn ta tried dilaotet deetot
ad their reMdie for several yoear
I ~ bask asd kM e twaubl I fouodT
mething sasestel Until taklng "Thte

Ur(al Millinery dis-
play iwt Wednseisday
anti( Thursday, WOc-
ie'r II and 12. AU
the fulat creati"o in
head erwjjr seED be d4
Played, from the
eheacpi WaIki to 1 1
Rofta pv hto Manier
Trimnud Hats. We
hAne rf ixd eaw tin-
reely c t y afk v'al
priekx. Th MIkies
ore e.t)cSGUril
to ~tifi ow skr on
Wedneaday arnd


4 tiwn

A lsel BakLo deft Ol timey
was a. trip to Wmo. 0ad
pr rVfisla sad Vaat Vinrgias.

S a irn tnbrheW At er, ople
oa h0ir iele a inetvll ihe yeatrday. T
mFOs et going by she acow L W.

A plimoesledg ad p ledil Sill totI

she ge tleman.
as wd in fome.rm

In i, O rter of Nm.e erry, on of
a provi~ toi the WsZt allt w ea

depot. Ybe dope rtemtaeoPsdd, bus
s l twro minesillo.. T

Filends in this eity will be paled t
Barn ate tledgeah of plredt e li frWl

Ibr. the Jlnfot son of Dr. and Ira.
Willim f i re lsn th h oued ra fit
o. Oak 11:terd a. m.The rsiysD w1ll
opro. tiltoah this eiy tod la she rer

tFrHo, l this eity will be psed to ll

be held thie afternoon. Bympathy 18
extended to Ihe bereaved parusa.
hear mof berth of he d Board lf o -
li Coamm eoi ten, oon of r.n oMf F.

Paulling of Lskeview, J. O. Dampier
oill Hiam the rd Tw h owo Rd as,
Live Oakin hteray. The easto o will
some tmroeigh thiof tit body, for the

.purpose of Inspeeting the books of the
Ooonot ANeeor, but a they wren ot
dto M noy, where meel w rll bai will.
be held Wit afternoon. Sympathy to
extended to the bereaved ponots.

The eberpolis of the Board of oa.
ty Comamf>1ODer, oosisting of F. F.

Paultlinof Lation tw, J. h Dampr
ontf He, d J. L editor o f The Time

Union, bh resigned and lone so As-
were Iora ew days. Mterday toa bloodd

was for year coonnetd wiLth The Se,
ped h al marinds of at body, for thed
aorpo. Hof specti on the books of the
County Asemor, but s they we"e aot

in the so o rd im si will hpe ea lled.

aid. so remain in Florida.
The Metho poli of thedn the It.y
Moday waormai N. J. ah John Q. Tb-
Fonl of, Plty dtor of The Timen a

extensive manufaotretor of press
aiole, haring been e od a d o in tho A
labti fore e iw day. Mr. LaPos. T

recently purehaed a mill lt Cedar
K(ey and were en rout to hoat point so
was for yeaqr opastind with The aa,
and has m ay friends to this eity sod

eeton. Hde Iornoe ofme. The t writ ar
In the State and It Is hoped he will de.
elder to remalo in Florida.

Amobgr house r gmen d n the ate tbit
Monday wre N. J. hed John Q. Tlll
ass of Palatks. These gentlemenan
62a90a649 manufastorers of eypraea
shlagles, having been engagd a the
bastos"Isa t Palatka for yaan. They
reaaasly purchased a mill at sOdar
Key and were on rosea to that point to
arrmage fqr operating pame, wblh hban
been Idle forsome tise. The are a o
WSWtter boinae "men in the State %ban
the Tilghman*

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IrwM -W MD a*MiR *
.. L O~imes and wife of High
8ri.'W wear i the aity yesterday.
W. JS. Walt of Fairbanks was I the
elty yeasirday with a load of Sea

ToWrLwle,J H. Dyfe and E. A.
Flowtlof Campville were in the lity
oe btlaeesa yesterday.
E. O. Oston of High Sprinps, a
psprowae farmer of that seetion, was
S Osfanevilll visitor yesterday.
Trpentioeleans for ale at this of-
e, olbI per doaen. $8 per hundred.
Oash ma t aeoeompany order. davtf
1. IB Rooka, a sbetantial farmer of
J1ll% Springo. was in the eity yester-
day an added his name to the list of
inbaeslbers to The 8on.
Rev. T. J. Norsworthy of Mieanopy
wa ia the eity yesterday, on his way
bome from holding meetings in some
of the neighboring planes.
J. I. Trwedell, a prosperous colored
fartmr of Rutledge, was In the city
eerday and had hih name added t1
The Sun's sobsriptlon list.

Remember our fall millinery open- Uos confused wiu say other.
Int, whleb will occur on Wednesday NTDINOLA Is.uaraUd.s a moe15 will
w l be refunded in every ease whMre i fal
ad Thbreday, October 18th and 19tb. to remove reckmes. plO iSM S veec eol-
lar eliolorsaton, black-beafdes 4d6fwi *rul,.
Latest styea, lowest prices. George tloan.ete. The worst cases in B s. Lve
W. Byde. the skin olear, soft. healthy. ad restores tbe
beauty of youth.
Mn. J. 8. Haddock, who has been Price OcntO and 1,oo00. Sold In eoah city
) . .. ,r aby l': lelldin druistols,. or by mal
spending a few days as the home of b leading or byLI
her parent. Judge and Mrs. H. U. Ma tol Toilet Co i Tnn
son, la this ity, eave today for her toilet .,
home in Richmond. Va. Sold in Gaineeville by J. . Sdiford
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks & Co. and J. W. Meollu o.
for sle at thisofflee, the form oned in
Alahoba county whleh saves money in H. C. Steven, the High Springs
recording. J per hundred or 50o per jeweler, was a visitor in the aity on
doaen by mail. Cash must accompany Wednesday.
order. dawtf LABOR Contracts, just the thing for
Mr. N. D. Phillips and her two farmers and tsrpentine men, Wa per
grandsome, Frank oad Jack Milstead, dosen, $2 for 0, or $3 per 100. Cash
ave retorsed from Atlanta, Ga., is hand with order. Address, THE
where t heave been for some timeI SUN, ainesville, Fla.
the welcome guest of her daughter, 2 O Note Heade and 100 Enve-
r. Kate Wilmer. V lopes with your uiame and
Mrs. E. M. Walton has returned from business printed thereon, delivered to
A*e.vills, N. C, where she has most an part of the United States on re-
deligklfully epent the summer at the eoipt of $1.26. Cash must ucolpany
layiwod Inn under the mansrpment order. Positively no credit to soy one.
of Mrs. J. N. Marsh, who is well known Addrss The Sun, inville, Fla.
to many of our people. Dr. and Mrs. William Sutherlasd of
H. Ostaes of Cow Creek was in High Springs arrived in the 0i l yes-
town yesterday. He is the member of terdy, with the remains of their no-
the county Democratio committee of fant son, William F(ederiok, eo route
his preinot and one of the best men to Micanopy, where the interment
from a seeston of te county noted for took place in the afternoon. They
It bigbeard people were oacompanied to the place of in-
M. Moe sad T. Beekhas torment by number of sympathiasig
H. M. Moran cdm B. T. Beckham friends and relasivee from thli ciay.
wee I the eity yesterday from Oamp. eds nd rel from this e y.
ville. They report entirely too meuh The National Union Fraternal Life
raln Ia their seeto during the past Association, with headquarters at At.
wekh. wbb has greatly interfered lanta, Ga., have an adverthemens in
wish the plekitg of eoiton. this issue to which the attention of
M. E. Jol wa o to hireaders is directed. A division of this
O f Joeei wg ois to his farm near association has been formed in this
Or ime eite, anid dihtsovred that eetsiou, being composed of the "oon-
some time Satheuda olht some parties o uf Alsachna. Marion, Levy., Brad-
wa helped thesnlve to apbeu oa ford. LaFayette and Putnam, W. 0.
wMgoealond of his eae sirop. They Richardson, with headquarters in this
dropped a fan tib field which the city, s agent and district manger.
per anoav by eoing ad provinl The offers of ths division are among
prp nlt. our most prominent and substatial
The demand for new ooses still business men, and omes very liberal
eoootaoea to exeed the supply. The indueemeate are offered those desiring
two tlbt ao beigl ereted on Univer. life or aeeident inorauee. Read the
rity street by W. N. Wilson, at a eo( ad. for partieulars
of $IJ, fth have be ren ted and .
ill be oepld a sooa as possible. Jude Maon's C rt.
They will have all the modern m. There wertwo eal lnty
mprolo n I, eourt, before Judge H. O. Maso yee-
Thobig fall millinery opening of terday forenono,
Geoag W. Hyde, which will be held The first was the tate tagale J. H.
on Wedneday snd Tharedaly October and George Dyees of Oampvllle, for
i" and 1 th, will outei ss sythino nag ravaged asoult os L. U. Meain-
psrleasly held in this setlon. Ladies Del. Defeobdate waived elsealior,
fe. the ooontry aid adJceent towns and leave boodo for ther oppeae,
espeehl requeted to attend. Th in the circuit court asho he ovetb
ieot sites a lowe pri e. tere.
Opst. J. .. Strebhar writes the ed- In the ease of the tae saint
Ifr of Theb uthat be is detaied in Holmes Domney, eoord, fr selling
New York. 6iag tohe abeesee of liquer in violation of the leal option
prsideat Krwis fI be ait, ad re. law, a bond of $1M was oe d freco
Mques bhi paper forwareed to hib New defendant. Belag ntwle'tO siore
York ardWe 2r BM3 dway, eare WIl- the same, Domey w ue t"Ihe
her Mes nlat AgeAe, natll farther coaunl jail to await the next ami" of
naetia. Hf als requ"e pubic am- ociurt.
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sae oer eat. ne the r i pabe. or rs or StAen.
is letter bear the itrlaortoe that h s yed i from al pl im
Oseber O, th e date of his epielet, eeik mate, and me dark
wr the et day e he bee able to ba y mn mole. mediutoeIe, both
wte4 fe eM i time,. I youlg. Reurd for .thel return
The big laderiaWl Kdtioa of The ** H. Siit. h, Re .lln, Fll. da
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