Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00994
 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 17, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00994
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
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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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Lonesty against guiov rr~n,.nt officiDals F
- SHOWS IrM'c. ^r"" /"" F
SSHOWS omoteoted with Ivesti tlon of CapFRE INS
taln 0. M. Carter's affairs as a gor-
GHANSE 5ranreot engineer wcre made by At I RACE
LiUtT1 CI Ul lv torsey Sto" ne.ctsel for Captain Cqr. A L
S tub vhad been seized lby the govern.
OW ment. bad auked Captain Carter to
eoe in Number of New produce certain che ck book stubs.! COuera 888 1 in Four Hours

jases is Disooturaging


oek of.'H'armmy Between the
me and Authority at Patter
La, Je Responlble for the
pd of Disease at that Pla*e.

i Orleas, Oct. 1I.-Warmer
Mr preIvaled hare today witl a
Sof abqier to be follow by
V weather tomorrow. Io ept for
t that the rlsu In the oases in
Meetlag t4 hours, was temporarL
P lapttagtS there was little
p la the yellow fever situatilo
Sauthoritles look for a decline
w oae even below the mitaium
reported three days ago.
ale ergency hoepltal there are
oely tbhrty-three aese, and the
there is being slowly cut down.
ghout the olty there are only
ae, some of them of the ild-
plible obaracter.
le the report by Dr. Corput of
Ma at Pattereao wam dscour-
as showing that the fever could
b -stamped out lon ago if
had bees harmony among the
and cooperatlos with the an
sad that I still alte mere
Ie exteat fr that rea-
hct that there were only four
yesterday a tat light
,beertobl i. Ito tow. la
Ijecting some hpe Iato the
Te oly two etLa Ina the
oatlsde It e w Or-
at Pattenoa.
as reported that there
been a eae at Loe~rlle eslce
STh total number of eases
d there was 36. with 63
At Cote Blanclhe., the same
Slere hae beea total of 400
ad 37 deaths to date.
MIseltasppI Valley road has re
trlan service as far as Batoo
luperlntendent Potteroedl sald
I service over the lie between
leaan sad Memphis would be.
k as soon as the people living
te route deslreJ. A showing
read has suffered. Mr. Port
aid that tCe recelpts on the
e divk sin wrem ,000 us-
eof eptember lat year
ry tret throughout the greet.
of I C lana and Misslilp
a a great boas to the coun
maIusepallties beeaus It haq
Stha to dismal the forces of
Iad laspectorM whklb they have
m atala for naths. Many
na lato debt In order to maln.
a e ta of quarsatine.
l tw aid today that the
Railway company waM
hbas ad the'setra cars that a
ead durgal the prevaleamo
r. NHe4 aid that was mad
by the areata tralm
tallied the ustar of paceI
r eat te aty. Owat to m
Msl mra preveatel It fimo
in- Me Ill a to the Aeld lb
W ranlwar aad Sigateo MUae
s Oat they welsd t a be ae
* OrMaa bIe Jamn 1
bMt er rupert M pp o.
hekIY them dorit the proew*
*a. -J~ y b the sosts -
AWO was oly dOtho *e-*
Th federal author rtte mad

a l Sday a teroe wem

Ibberam e o harge a

U5 g.B 6_ M

whereupon Att(rney Stone declared the'
etura had been aitedl by Ne gover.
meet some time ao and everythlag
favorable to Oarter's care wa de.
stroyed, while the unfavorable does
mentary evidence was aved.
________ -^ .


Old Feud Brelak Out In Florida with
Fatal Results.
St. Augost.e,. Fia, Oct. 14.-George
and lmward Oarter were killed and
several other were Injured at Moultrie
after a dace. as a result of a feud
between the Oeens r ad Carters
The feud began veraJ W0ekl ago
with a Ast fgat between members of
the two faWmloe. Osteen to reported
to have gottn the better of the fBht
and truoble hal bean espeted ever
Members of the two families attend.
ed a'dance given at Moultrle last eight.
During the dance notblahg appeed

to Indicate that trouble was brewlas,
except that all parties drank coaider.
After the janoe was over and the
crowd had left the hall, eye-witnaeses
say that Gorge Carter approached Al.
len Oeteen and told him he would have

to Alht. A Oat fght followed and Car.
ter soon had hsl adversary on the
ground and was puoishlin him e-
Then a pistol shot wa fired and
Georgn C(ater staggered and fell dead.
A second shot from tte crowd was
heard and Idwar Carter ran a abort
distance and fall dead. Both died al
most Instantly.
Excitement warjilgh an tbo*e pre
eat could not say who fred the Saot&


Mrs. Taaart Leee e len f the
Chldkren-Wa C ber Caee.
Wooter. O.. Oct. I--Jadge asn.
who heard the divorce ease of Captaln
more P. Talgart agIalat his wife.
rendered his deelaon this afternoSon
The court Iratsl Captal Tagart the
divorce and the crstody of the two chll.
dren. (ulv, r. aed 11. and Charles.
aged 7.
Altiulb Mrs. Tararat is deted poa
seslm uof the chbld4ren she will be per.
Minlt!ri to see them. COptala Tagart
was In court darite the readJg of
the dclsaon Mrs Tagart Ia I11 and
was not present The court ebk waas
crowded with an eperly expectant
tirons of people.
Jmlltre aeou. before givia hibe io
cmA lt. reviewed the pledts, erosa
pKetIns. asswore sad a idavtia. la
the course of ails tatesIa, Je IMa
soe said that the teeUtiab was deep.
tly loucims. The ehargIe a drashe-
aes agilaIt n ptapla Tbauigt. the
eort said. was not austaltel.

SegWp ueaeW oly meied
Ataeta Oa.. Ort. 1I-Jm bJa T.
Peoletoa made It epmulaill aMd
prewoeaeedyr Was to the parate at Is.
eresat sa to to sto whe were wta
the ert ronm i t tie heb deIivered
hio da .oer. tha a tempe itU I to-
bais e sad traesler buestia at the AL
Mata emaisal Matie waa Ist ait
wlt.aa legal besen. et m It Rwa
a pan of the inin property f the
aneajn tranvta peMte It wa ita
rodernag hIadO csieea tje C tajeuaMrn
es i bWrMt by the AmertmSa g,
Im rad Tra r rmear. f 4s i
he Attets Terual asLata. ad te
AtLm bMagga aud EU egna P.
dW Jade Peedtoe a s proosd hae

Cdherd Ir~as Arm umti
Irtea Ort 1-Thl s ard ro

sUm- sed a a- e asr a
ad~ lalm do a0 e9 t a ehdto-

41Wn ew mes S member or

Afbopo #'am^ o a.

and Thirty Minttos.


The Great Automebile Race for the
Vanderbllt Cup Is Over and the
Prae O e to rano---Lanola, Who
Flnlohed Fourth, entered Protest.


Automobile Dahes Into Pence avd
Plunge* Into Tunnnel.
New York, Ott. it;----,Mlas Vic Bnrt-
mer ad 4Mr'. C. it. IDoyl, who are
belltved to he r~ticntit sof Sraciiae.
wvre Injitred this morninrg aud they
hare little chaflee nIf e'toovv Ithen
an autonxibile In %hleb hepy w#rt' ri1"-
In% plungte.d through an Iron ft'nee
&Dd thel into In. tiaetnel In [lark aM-
enue and Tetityl irdsd tret C (hitra.
(kLhaus. owner aIdl drlter tf 4Ce au-
tomobile. was eet''.,c.'l Injure lit. wa
eared for and the-it eltced ta&4 nds r arrvtlt.
l.e other InJeere-Iare U ne. 1.
W~Ilde. of No. 2l!S Wwo tTh irte fourth

street, n lot i 'l t .I ". l ;m ""t- "ti pa
New York. Qet. 16-i-4 mory, driver tron Of the (c'l, .ron hotel
of as Ib free pow P. i, iW asBelie Mr. (.in.Tul. h hoI, liv t In eilrolx.
won the aUbMtm lle rac 1', the Van- llld invltt.d th p.el)y to10 gI 1 it 111m
derbUt cup oa Loas Islal today. His In his heavy 4, hioursr pori e gasllln',
elapsed time was 4 houls .;t winutea. automobile to t Ie Vandet-lllt cup rc'iets.
I seco0od. IThe big mb chitn, mlArted down lItIotl.
Heathb .driving a 9' ,,re power way at a r.ai'll I.ie, and whte.,lhl into,
French maetblne, wasr -,nd. Hlls' Thlrty-tiulrl s4trtie running iat it tr
elapsed timeal" 4 hout .I. milnutes,' rifc isperld C1 ntwal ,. Sitlhtrl) Ith
40 seconds. machlit' swcr\ eil to one ol lt (of t.i'
Keene Has Narrow Escape. treet. smanhed thlr iKh the lion fencer
PFxhall Keene had aI I r.ow escape that runsl loug Ithe rlllgt of lth, street
at AJ.berten's corner. 11v was lak.' 1('r I untro-l ol'nlll:,a I. t tht ,Int. anl
Inl hisL alth lap at aI c1hi le reversI landed on the car tr.ielt., I vn toll he
curve and was follow I closely by low.
Heath. Keels madw e ,e'i turn all Police who wnln.'ned the acerllent
right, but ous oita rtIItIl Iite other found th It' o w'mti, pltnnel ultde'r
the machine skIded jpI IhiM machib. the mac.tine. ntnd the others lylal near
lst was hurled okt In fre of the car. In a partly unconicloi-l conllllon. T'he
KeeOe stopped the rarce, In Ine to machine was badly wre.cl0tul.
save the raclhalst's Iit, Ilad the
e;r gone 6 feet further, c.. lan would LAST OAY OF EXPOSITION.
pmbably have been kill. -I
Lyttel'r Amerlaa a ,hline threw Lewis ad Clark Centennial Clem Its
out hls mhuechaaic. Ta' sall. a Gate O -eeeeas crowns elffor(
ourve at Red Orottad d 'il,. nortl of Port d, O. Ore& t1l Today "offl
Roelyn. and Lyttle wear without him. eer and ltoclkbolders' day" at the
Tatlersall turned a sam ault but es. lewis and Clark (~nat-nlnial fepost-
caped without swrloma i jarle. A lit- tion l t.ie, AOt of the teipsiltih pf
tie further on 14ttle p1 U,,i up a new rlod. Afitr tomorrow ,h*e wrk of
maehtalt. wroklall the Immense exhllit palSae*
Cedrlno, the Italian silver, dropped and state bulldllar will eaimmi*ae
uat of the race at the Ihlrd round uw. ad na a few month all that will rw
IlS to troleI with hl, tire. main of the 'xpoastlln will be a ums.
Wagaer's Preach r.chlne drroppc a ory of Its a'tIece--swB os as1 eposal
Ill p Tr oove on tne xth round sad Uons go, for Prrldrnt Uood haa made
be drpe"d out of tCi I iee. Jonaliy's pubtle assouace-mrtal that lockholder
a ehtbe blew out a leaderr on the.' wl:l rfelv*e a dhlleod of from 30 to
fourth round (CDlophl. driviln a U Or. 40 per eval on their s(o a record
ma a mchlue. and Ir .ile on tate firsi l 'id to tlcrl ay wipo0liron of Ulko
round. It was re iwt,.J that th, eia.- traracter ever held iT the world.

Ohle had dropped iit. ,uaoln' tank. j T'he rtpollloa haL bees a remark
A number of twrl- b narrowly l able* Ur'. **s*** ir evvry stasJpotat. It
caped beaig run dli. by Wagner at bha attracted to ths cilly sad thrWagh.
Hdye Park. Other sii.,chkla haed juat, oMt the green a orthwest a hundred

twased but a crowl 'urged ituto Iu ithousabd peOPle. The ciPOeiS haW
roadway. Wagner*. rchhin was sI- a,-trae't*d iveestors in almost evey lIle
moat upenth 1,eIm f. they received, t vm deorsand it hbas 0ad ieWn
wrings. All guit u'- o bis nway. to the Stire eustryam* som f the ad-
Dural was delay#.,I orsait amitest "4t1Me whIch the Psl sW has
im Hyde Park. and 1o teth Wa bolhd t O hin 5k*
Sp for a short tim mabs repairs It Is probable that pith days at.
to hIs arburetter. esadmao thefar will hare mtratwo
lq4scia whom lead,, yis the racr hd4j OYev r1mU I5we
a colslt with Cr -b !I@a the Wit-
tets road. half a nato ~wa a tthe INVITSO TO PS M1o oNG"rSN
double cUrTVe C10t1l4 etM IA It. I
&tW &ad a tef Ite me smkag $9 % Ospep O Maim Kneggfie
ltAds pulled ot ouf a wa, 4but a.v. Ow Flas Oso kvvtaoa%
waclese the two ca a $ s Isw 110 W- aIepOIe 01O. g.-Th. sae14 s
110om sadChristi a -awr tered a PItWI iy sof tpublie bs Iwi
oeMAO homers wi t U he GMeIatat"edas the ineIa prmemWt t, a
Of Obrltlosa w ha! am db bre d aWe at the Hague &ad
4" ad rmlse-8 right0q s InjuredIthe modwsA rspmea. -T60e. 1s"0
no IN41010 was 1.4" to tMe N theas*of k" I s"e
see haspifl. bas Sept. IS bdd -o usasguedroIob
madin *iNow 6by byrno
cow 00ft"IFS An Aumo.. s ofthe asp"Now vat oyste y
MIN"g. 00, J5-AAMU~d IVp e. Si"d Uberaff& WaadSmde46W
my amm Ibesu -o m Op i weo 08L.t as o seded, del~vred by
&ees Seas Phy. 1T. 1) NOW d&W Vlbs pradmi ow soas Res is Wash.
IL Detiry. les4.of ft Mf t w MOM
She bale hessW bIb M Sesat. The8bus1%*0rSaM. oa mee
Sut 1Er. to ft sr.- h0si S ome"do te "rtsittsm ofI
Isee oft m del**4d o. sand ather eus*e. witH t o prULpmWISe
Id fthol. a I O aSO a1 o go* a deftIled go v btj amo
0h SPe WStedo" o whae te ceagrs io.p ta-

slag Uwega me Ia New. I p tu

Pitr I an s C wimb 0 prermo re"ta,. ta0 t t
sal~~~~~ ~ ~~~~ dt sw s. Oe'' hpeal, tag wf-
- - t r. , # r aas' m emjl
An~w QI V" 1weid fla.ca % Ibm
lCseUOSO. &Wthedo7eb 1s Ow amate ft
NUSww of P OW% IIot"

j*, "~ mae 'TCO u~arr ~ 11)

c. ao u'u, t r o rb ,
~W 55 ~the Te P"" rpm@

anSW lbSSS v to
MOM ~10mW



Gigantic Wav 8Swept Deck of
Large Ooea Liaer.


While the Great Ocean LI*;e WU
Ploughing Its Way Through a HS'y
Boa, It suddenly Lurched a nd
Docks Submerged by Water.

Ne w York, (Jt. lt--Ptve lives are
kw),An to IaMVie Inn lot and more thaO
tih t1) Io rouns injured. some of them
en riotlyi on the Cunardr teamer Cam
pl.ls Ih.ii1 \\W'envaday whea 111111tt1
wuls relled uver the tIamer ad
*.epllt irlc a ideck which was thIl
Ih ii ater g allei' IhsSenlers.
S.o il. I11 wrasI the oewi of thOe 6W
.mti r mid ot) ireat trae confusion wlihb
.tit ra,l, <1 i id fllo wed It. that eves th
offnclvlN ouf t the ste heelvel t l 1S wt9
Iulllieii li.i4) iiil)n the vessels' arrivl
htre to n,,tltniuter Ihe full exteSt of th
tinuc.'le1 It in poslsble that the iVO
pIe'rswtm known to have beeos mialta
Is1111 ilIe S. tmrage lSay Ila conltitlte
the fn'l cmatnrr of dead,
Who'b'n tile ('.sIIpanlat rsobhed qamLMa.
tine tolay tewt of the injured pea4 Ors
we'rt' stlll in the shlp's hospital a ,
of the i -ericittl) hurt ad a Mam eO
otLers were niursIt mitor ljuLrta.
Thi t'aompnia was plowt ll aIy M
tn l.r (fill be'hdwiy last WedOaeed
afiertun A heavy quarltafa
aui. tI. .ing, but thte MestO r 4smW
tlons we re IUf (nor plediat aad Si
blr btat' de(dlI W0 erowd4ed wth

Thr ea.rlage deck was overd witt
tnrrfs mnakerp an.d there was w Maoth
to Indicaibe the itpnrtiLhl d4
wh,- suddenly I1 bil sleame lrln
to port aiar rWoped up a e
sea. The wave boarded tlhe at
boult arnltlrilplb on the pert side )lt
swept elear armea e I' tlerapIe 4l 01
cupletpely flllNl the space b4twI .
tbe big odetk and the deek above aI
varrylpl aever)thlin with It,
The rstormr' aside was bW r ed 0
deep that the pa"ngers ao th doeL
above bhe steerag were sbeelw
to helr. walte as the Imeage VOL
ale of water nlled aft ad IhM
surpd forward.
All the erala pasa ngers 0 t he
pe deck srended Ito llaUlBg to .
ports whlle tIe lwter r erpag
he,. 4ad were aved,. b the '
eNal.e a th smeaSeo del bddo
theM lvee ellterly bhelpeH
The IrreeletIbhI rl l ot he g s
rewepts toward the baet Pge i .
ship. carried everytblag b 't, l.
flag, heevy ralMea -d W ~l*fra,
stems waoj had boW gHWm I to prm
viet poeasesa af wbaiAbed ever,
ha8rd, serve ed4 r erpI ely to
part. a gre ~ he wl dM f te
rnalltl walw A eA waem s aed
gad4 trMi this M Mo S&a f mhe
helpise *mw Wa sehd be" ueaLt b
the mee, wr W* p to the death
d Ml e #e& ag"iaht Ihe raile

aft avo"d b serad bI ath ge,
kM>a lbs I- (-ei -4 ererl per

WIe s MweIIs a ere wsoe bruIste

Wl of AfW... -eL
I~v o Arest Deeslet

S-- Are wt se
low""hue s 164tht MIWer 4)
mmx the is 4sMS epr es moeav
aterk ueW bow o ad wIt 'I the rft

INl II Ialkis. W Vs sa.t0 0e
some soe Ofillta. t rh~rgo 'f4 4"
flees. Whmthe o tM1l fesh4 '(w'
asmtaw. ft, free UIrsal a 're
--- hdW astb-rid af .* tpiam,
h0 aut W"l~ Cso. as *juigi Th
d1 soldt Newf" recr'- if '1%llsIe'
40064" Mb4 PtO.aededOts 10,166.&-1

a OONie of Ide ,ic rr er w erea&
aw wammo 60 V, u 4 ,1, sor I., III

Shh %the **$#Awi-. s dowu too
lstbuit:bevOYs 1.,I ehd ~.(ts emom %
W4OUI a4 &A I" -e, 001 .O bt; 4il
mO-,' ir.- 'q see vs-fo.
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to rids n felb &A

ip ber~slde I. ~beh Jaebul
sbmksiws tears If Mm

whIsk muwed;~L~iii OS 31 0
thre -NSfhi

gfrl bsm
-nn k~Us

ttfw fewpm

m She bod.

loon of op, he

, dsom lmmabbi
MmW wm sWd
k*0Im w~ '"

- itions,
'or who

Cl~~f~fVI I I Il~t

ke rlsqmr teM ti. ps" t o
~ Qt) frorr

tltb4 blgar KelV t~k lo P r tL j ~rjiy meat.~l m

bow Os-jO 'eui"# ,Td oWtorse; t. A hbIi dr bottles,

lTe plow b the id that the b d
thawhav mg~w.F n~r~bl uely & be drlw. B~c-'ld: S tb. srlw Qmwat*C .pd-thWI a gradual but

-04 th th"t no sig s of
bi" hehbw *booh fgOi. con.r fe. Bing
tfl ab Ledbr r atLW ll9S MuSfi rrki~ 8. Uba' L frmed3 for
torn~~~~~~~Mn 8,s ySemle tbilgva

by~r~ fI w.o at bmu, rt adh -b FYPRIPc ls Iftu ingredient.4
lorr ~'JrY~iw rlirrlt eo mbr sum L'~ jjg U fgt..ehl~J4Y:h~ohY~ bu wi vigorous
mited W%&robbav OW eu LSil b*34 t 1mAHMgotl

0111 ". -A--Wt-h bm Usok wTth Oct oula and

," W I I t He stoo II $=
Te DO W N O aksad th p u g iw bb he4r m

'41M & -1116at -t a g lr dIba u
*orup ha" bead the pyAd be-s a*
They a.d auGie toe te
Lol up s a ohas on borssign mo
trued K t "I vikqofv Hi

go" fe4ow~ue Adru.
Is me wbe.* Pon of so Prluooe ad-
,Wso ruse o P skPo03eb emo Of
he losr eI*)*to aSupply of Obsw
a. A0----A- To A& MI..

iltYbAi, I Has Tabulator

1#7 4r M blwr J Ogg"5400. 1$ IsS u.
d sx ,* ri moss st wre so b eI sdebefore U1 vVUel lMl -ll'A[IPUAW I Ev irY a hine
mapromps111111611i_ _oar is over. ad_ __b more_ ___and
911MOMMM paItLefsewry vLI m ore obs edwIIIIIe
Urls 'se soldk t e a @ ramed Lig ielt l Shift Il ighttaes ualf TI e
Pad before Ilrem beeae ued Is the ohasplom Speed aWritrs he owormd
myeasm, v "hiea nW 6sIy be domes hf Vm sh Fay-Shols. Mer Vsylhuh I.
6o-a 6M 101111" 9 noted as hod. Tif nd Fy1blmUefyCtlpi
is remedy It swu W= hka "a nd ogos e tovlowill sham saayofher umba..
2= so" gbogsoheeoeld
I Woo" go tI o "MIt7 foi r ale by &U For Wale by....

laO, I. L 14.-4JtAOW &Us
hW* INS on. lo mss" AI10 ANALSOTS. M Norman maul %W, ast tm hub hYe.
,10v ,0ted m. estlos Woo oreated iF@@noun ur the
bheree e crop Sepsos Is P"ren P t pueesulo a theease e ofgh watt,
I Iehee NelesoM tb froe m rSbe at parltamat (who 3kt naWb 16
5he Ms3sa re. 14O.1s.-4%0efarmrs are busy Is chr ed wIth ktMUptig to bribe
W1swih eIstheees. Thess sep a purAte dseIve t o to assist im in 7 u r' c
41 g. sad regre from Is s6M iWatyis "per sW shoe$ Ig bkis WM0butsil We foreYr wife" by r ..
aeeoar. 0Ge sday e" gIerI atracutsa hig pri orldoince In the
6 wife O four oshilIre r Tom god.ase Wks anapawd Is a police court
big 6 -Mrs. hrver Mushm rn hal Is belog loved him today "d .uslt& Air trial at the Old
I"whylar, Os., a w &whoverrh emWr befoe. te ao s the "amofperjury. Irl.
VVVONUMIrM DC.1 a loosmogIn she world Why a Fle" cu~ ~m W* oo
i Via, NW 6806or she P. faer hou lo seed a dis Norh for
aim. as Deselloo. hey led we believe Is will rely b J IbJ.. Clover, 101 srib hmain stress, 'Mag"M raft l Im 11alare
ne to rgiaf t whom er e lowyess beore tits hvem.n of0 ouI~ds 0 K, au., r yIMe Env fall Is qTW"lr 610I INIL -2"@W r"AZ to In 4 i a
A*eam. AlIiks, t.he m. will ret.. all 0h hay she Usse sied. hbas beem my .If rouble to eatse a
te Mea sad thepeople of We as mks as eood hbaysad as suh so"#*Id, sa ndWWI btosough all
of Ist as e up e issea Ues. t heN MI )eM. ILe I los her hot. G &IN IE8WTy'Lf WLOP T TIg) A
writeres"AsDh fe)l sighseofe b a$ t1 t 01 rbs11dre. Sb. T
twom folr iases, wkkk wa"sb heim she mug svga
the- Met e dlby bay, Mai *a h hIn s wel of e Im meCLYDE LIR;
P11 brlbrn ow s ar.J lk AImO I IM.r W.

081f PAser.Ot oum Ro w Aresse.
lI. Guf Iilcp s Ta..the leadevehip of Pest. DeldoI. The L aws. z oet. h-rfo Wamwm
Paw rt#W )p
sth ereo e es am Is ho "e ~ shys to fears ow. s A 0 a ms he is the Oft
sokeville Stofr ket gsweae has Iereaslag esry WeeL ata mao Cumsob keepr, Ws
Prof. Mi prmep .1 te Wish I m tm asi Ats bef soHg
"ifsWo- "Illf eOg4BeOof he Up 51, p d 55 t wtle. asheW ONboy an he ble hobase
somp of the 04l1a60691e & 10 6 ye y, sero whish 0ho week ateA r 5W lete had IaM
2S401.s I. ws lov os Good shush rhsaWI Uesheir peasi hr 6W bW UkftVU Us a on a
lkmf. baclug r~easked a post ass yaw. an" m. bekgW& 0h him &a sm
fIoy earshim pesp.d *a m. J. T OM. e sVe eai jam "Mad9
bb),ps whle 1 b the letter
0 m s soup farthe r hIa s s161111 we w h. IWh" IS uI w" s vuriag. IM ewio, b ete JBokonyii and rk,
S*.lie.NM' @"Where the saewasg'eerle actw mslgbothood. Y5dN&W TYork *e tuWisg em. Gam e aOANL-I ONSL
isb isse Iaeskmull has met nnI crrl~rJ -Y# Wbr o 1sknl.
I*tobRSe IS the 001hTU Uwml @ 4 60 'S@M S uL. f 11-

-'I" Wead outP90 peopl g Psusile Weseafwth uime o-11019-sp ~ Tm*~CyeNw x~n
IMMISN* "lung to Se, 04 an( Jusa as 18 8 at U ydr WnLinei
a so" the l eensia gle0 M od end
Mks rma nYn seeofoar o WMr peW-u. md@"a.
on** M ^aaw pemeihie. Tlhis kv ,toast w0 e mrried ame. I i eN Msm 1 Oo Im

shiM, ~r SI E Eur'
a0" 1h11116p sadmf pui we i W b m111 d n
Wghwelaml h. b dayme ah Wibnemmd of WS 01 1"ew" L I" Guuam as-Jg~suvl
ason* toiemp andPa tsas d wil he sh -,. y... Wb sd
It Now Tom. Iwhooll I
eerluwus id 04hfmBMvhssIS hik winh i-s mtwoo
la~~le, PlSS SS father. I V..i'W C kILJI
ate ame Il fo d. 01 sh f if n -I6 8
U ebIc r An Oatr DsiI ~r __ -F Ue1Wa 3OadIWm84

of tmhbe soo th A GoC qb- at-Mft mqm
Wo I NOUN -I" s ms.*. son.
Tn hts Is o ""*Mamo"O adtw on a f ot& hopbsasplisk6 $ls
of' a ebb am %I all 1601 "Tfunks I IN r11h
on" bow seI an betbisw I* loil "I vene hm 41 "now 11111 ps Oft U

the 41bode Daft eamillb wl~rrYQegk ohe hWV wd Wevella, be a 316 w

as sow I skand- onedo M Pm MGM. j I

l w* *-**4- 0 101111) s
~~-...... 4 .... I:- :ri:.... OLB Dp

*wood iiiiiiis 4 amp ad

J -We Tc rust'E
irr i~~rii~ woo

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There is



Conprioes Fine Business
sld -ubasllatl Brlek Building
iM Fve Store-One of Best
I* the OGy.
et elamprtma rel etatt dePal
wegtded here, Jag. 8. Bodl.
S5tJ.W I. lOollom. the, drl-
haf, parohased bhe Barmne
mi a Mea treet, 8..
bleak oI one of the moot e-
locted in the city that was on
Irket at this time. The lot is
I front on Eat ua street 8.,
ealt feet on West Maoaie street,
nt alam s a substantial brick stroe.
ieo one story, with vre roomy
When the public boiling sad
It' elaub house are erected trade
astturally drift that way, which
i thas thief property will oom-
good rents and a high olass of

sewr owners are to be congrata.
apos their putcafse.
ements at the Huffman House.
People Returning.
elrone, Oetober 18 -Mmr. M .M.
well jid O P. Huffmta have re.
ttfo their vlsite North; other
arrival are Ohas. Labor and wife
Miss J. Labor of Rhine, Kas.
W. 8. Tearwood and family have
wed Into the cottage formerly oeco.
by Mrs. Oorpow.
'Te ametery working last Monday
natteded by a large crowd, who
heir work in a flot-elass manner.
H. Jackson Ist banging his pumping
Ialne frour two-Inch to six-lash cylla
t, also potting In a three ineh sup.
y pipe, the e. cnge beinl neeesary
leg to the demand for water, which
very flnand clear.
O.0.t. laband has restrned from
hl ak avinl been on the Jury der-
she pas week.
The Aaman Hoeue io being put in
Order for the oimi% g season,
SIra uest belag due November
it*te a number of room are al.
engaged by their relalar winter
tore. ____
Oases at Peneseea-New Or*
*"a is Prgre-pa- g Very NilsW
Peas eek, Oetober 16.-Fire mow
we reported p to noon today.
thf Mardeal' reord of 11 eawe and
Ihe death, ad SBaday's record of
I ase d adtwo deaths, the situation
t t mle t daste, 0; total deahe,
At New Orleans.
Ie* Orteks, Oetober I.-For the
Wmety4r beern emdltg yesterday
S wi e ee me sad thee doeshe

srotew &W c ao -oM deab
m gerMted, Ag4 f-e 0 p. ra, yee-
ir mm tday iere were six

0, as iew- Ase Vwa is P"
buT s ember If assos ,Jl 3 total

wler i brts.t id o ae ad asm

aMee ShM and wr
W t. Via, =asbimam Tam

W i -p Ier *Mi- *m md*m

us,. w s s

|| "-1- *l^-~t **^a^^*~- --i-BM-
theagu g t M ba.

u.~Avrb mmd U
5~ mbhL e

(. af lth caused

I heart !--art or
.! lll P 6 c ,-ae,- aeoghnolim
r arxj famre often
(b (I tremt Vb kid-
Sine disease. If
kidhnev ltroble is-
thle inlcoy-polo>n-
c.l blood will at-
tack tal org :ans, c tisig catarrh of
the bladder, or the k li:,vcr thenatsees
break down anti wa.t- Nay;\\ cell by cell.
Bladder troubles al mh t always remlt
from a derangiieent of the kidneys and
a cure is obtainel d uickest by a&troper
treatment of tlh kincr .. 1 f yon are feel.
ing badly you can inake n l mistake by
taking Dr Kilnier's 5wampRioot, the
great kidev, liver at il h:a.dei remedy.
It corrects inabilItv to hold urin avnl
acaldiugpain in pas.siwn it, andl over-
comes that unpleasant i-nce.eity of lxingt
compelled to go often thli ttal the day,
and to get up many times during the
niFht. The mnild ani lthe etxtraorutir
effect of Swamp-Root i. soum) realize
It stands the highc-t for its ontlderftal
curet of the most ldi.lrt'fsitl eawn.
Swamp-Root is pleasnatt to take and is
sold by all drnggi.ft,4 i fit. -cent and
one-dollar size bottle. Yo'u miay have a
sample bottle of this wonlcrlitl 1new di-
covery and a book that tell:ll i llO n t it,
both sent free by mail. Ad.ress. Dr. Kil-
mer & Co., llnKghaInton, N. '. When
writing umetion reading thii generous
offer in this paper. Isn't make any
tiiistake, butreniiclaltur the nztame.Swanp-
Root, I)r. Kilmer's SwaIl)- Root. and the
address, Binghaiaton,, N. V., on every

Ahaerahste Cauee Riet
New York. Oct. 16-Aa aaraoble
Domino Rocci, recently made violetl
speeohes at lorence to seoe soldier
Inciting them not only to leave the
army. but to shoot their officers la
case ti;ey ser ordered to fire on the
crowd in caRt of rioting, says a cable
dispatch to The Herald frao Rome.
Rotel was arrvated yctt ly tried hrd sentenced to forty monthF:
tmprisonmi nt. An anti-Imperlallsl
meetiln was hold here last evening in
spite of the faot that the authorltti
bad prohibited It. A pollee olieer or.

tier tor trkia Sa,>p
S ehsed laW Court totay
h bad embeuled at 1c.i,; 2,0 90fr6
ber enmi)lolyeCi thin fwn years and
had n':ale uie Of it to oi ,rt and care
for hi lather, mother A inalld sis.
ter in thllfflok She w -e'nt to pris
on in default of bfll. i young wo
Oan was uansspected rv by her em-
plo)rs utp to yesterday: .cun to saveo
another employe aspoO :n susplcoan
of her peculatons aad i. ;cn she vol
untarlly went to her en r with tho
same coafeesloa ae n :n court to-
Preflt Amount to Ne.r .y $00,000.
Ne Tort, Oat. 16- Thi profts ol
the alleged oSplrato- in the opera
tiUos based pon the at dlosk Ila
tUe govefam t eottoa up reports are
placed at app lP mat $'200.000, ao l
cording to an ladletm .: prea1ted In
eort today ea the iHiw meant be-
br United Statee 'ommuanloler
RMdPway, of hdeMlV A. Pecktram1
and MoYn HaL. Aoco g to oCargec
made It 4ti Indlett nir. lMiwla 8.
Rolea, Jr.. aMuistan' :atietilcla of
the deartqmet of agri :' re, received
$ 5,117. 1

Many Negroes rove e |t
Vlckaburg. Mis., O. IfG.-bhe one
loaded wth tfreiht a 1 with a crew'
of tweety4w meno, to stamor Uk.
whlle bokltg out fr the city land-.
tg atrus k a sIag an&l ,ink In 2 feetI
of water. Prom fl, *o, ten negro
rmataboutt wer drm' but the ex.
eat aamber will poba unt be known
for several days, The < on the boat
and eargo is estimate $826.000, part.

ly aloored. The lk -a local steam.
er, which has ben pl i.; between this
pouit aJ Davis BendH
OMhe Rihet Hr erss to Wed.
DaIytoU, 0.. Oct. I Ohl;.'s rehest
eiress Mia Ada &, ) .m been Ceap
tued by Captain Ph wurtullard. of
the Uited States a and, acoord
lis to the anounce*.i u made today.
the weddld has bee -,.t for Nov. 1I
Mla Sorl is t he daur ;ir of the late
C(nreeamaa PatJl J. srx. of Middlea
town. Captain Dnaililard, whise

dered the speecbes to ceae. The offl home Is laI Neebvlle Tens.,

cers, however, disregarded his orders
and riots following durtg the course
of which many people were slightly la.
juret. and twenty persoas arrested.
The autboritlie have ordered as ai*
quiry Into the matter.

How to Oure Corns and Soniens.
First. Psak the eor or benato In
ware water to sofeos Is; them pan it
down a elosely as possible withre
drawlag blood and apply Ohamber*
i's ae r 5lm Bam iviesr d.ly. fM
vploolly for IAre W llae as kap.
plastles. A aeor pldsr should be
wea a few day to p roeait fro the
hoe. As a general Ilimaiws fr preaBl,
brole, lampesn sa rbeamatim,
Pal Balm to useqealed. rPt sale by
all druggote.
Riur raeumrd ea stak.
New Orleas, Oct. 1d-OTe re a"
the (ermal lal Ivi a m bk was ra
samed today, but It Is beteved that
the excitement will Pa Wt ti he d
as the inopreglblllj f the Isftttes
1i realized. Most of thse ho are
withblrawtog their uwap ar the pIr.
or clases who bevea t m ta toe
trouble to laveatiat tsb ef Iy u aa
which the rua Is ngreoa Alt L
ba.k it wa stated that eve d-s.
ltar who wasted his mmem, bese
It for the ailhen Ulia d me
In tho hegasle Is so ta
that t herest balk ft a4
the lastatolen winl t Ofeit a-

g ana. -+.. ..r m'e
Usk" O WW*1 WOO PO9
e womam. me mmss heW b" gael
her featr may be. e he Ieas
preny, If tbe emBgisMe is bnad.
Ont e lasatee FPrats m s aa m .-

eaemleihs bp eimebaeft 0 a M
mM bowels. Orlee aiema aft"

Beo m p be *

Steebbeh0, o *a r AIM

la te I";ont bte f f A
" so10 now uWp O
-e h -s nes em aiue

am vm MM amf

W ates o
Amease .It ,

viable war record It, Cuba.
tIplae and Chias.


Ift ts usad Ch"d um,

Wed tae way to runa.
Lslowll. IKy., Oct. 16-Wha am
bar war to the fIIrat l of red OCkure
vhs committed diew Wednesday,
Mg days aft"r ilsmarriage. Mn
Ohulm eWittmr was thrown hm a
bW s a rena..) Bkad her meek k b.
OIL he IVed U10y a few Minto.
Aeftnishirs Incident.
Is w) so toIaI her r ade., as eaegi
MeigISS 1deas ah4ulme'. 1. 3. Mmosato
Lime Sdg.. Wis w. Oftared of her
dvaoIw sIsmeeS 'Dase6ee" eI
all s. had gITIenme apt frlsed
weueueedgis bid in*hauuemr ew Ih;
aebob of aair 41 arbad p ofesmw.
wid I ow as wreak anibeebeeeaf
,mdemv. wham I hba"" t oI* Iles
w* ON" "or for f IuId$l abwn
mudSut spa s.b W eas 28"b.
mani ed all, I 'os beudied84esa
ad s3o w a mSS* m n* d u
bei* assed ti Lb. As all d
SIO" -I gWwe- #11

so our FlopIN k

KAX 13


1 0*4

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Wednesday Thursday

All thl latest Fall and Winter

styles will Ieo reidy for

SIt thi*l



As otl' gl'r t i closing out sale
begins oi Saturdaty, October 21,
all ( ofl, o MILLINERY goods
will I, sold on We(dnsday and

1)1ci "s.

-it greatly

red u ced(

Tlis store will be closed on

Friday, tol('1 20., to igt ready
*l' ith s *le.





WMIskl0, WIN

NiL 1111 1r01



Ai for Pab d l ais BW

WI #dw bw oweO kr ll aIr ~~
br I~t d, Ot 1P Md

Per~~~~~- hbds3 pe',l
We pay freight or .zpuiss
on tbh Wowing IUquas:
LEWIS 15W, w jAbm -904 I

Sfall qoarW..b... boo

13 fnll~QI~ .......430
ir tillS Pum, hu i sk
7:. = -, *&too# 6 90

SdW I NW -6,1 Wltw-.
4 *feee e00S

9 IS
f*ee* # @tooe0
A... **to* Sao

t er for Job Work

1w~ ik

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!11 wo we almIqi






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H..'t *....lt e PuNblr.

.PS. t..an Unite, slat Edsl r.

OPMert sf bll s or, a r slyi
M ., eatO n. eilpns on t o om t o

M i* by av rreert n tmade city, or
,a mte Ualited W tater s 6ethe
goa fti fam tlx eOth;p .sa three
Cad eat for a rhe wll-etrilcty i e

GOw it -, IAtao CM kt
mbartl-s Met *nM. to M t

e seo ab d sf ite norcb adti

Wle de 00r 0wok 1oe

e, you know you are on the
Yaorker sa. id rto 1l ve thie
f lOlN In foer ae tn that city,

to mr e upii tr mind, the
Sto vae up tohem Ifaes.

smal wboo ni all about how
el 1w teer bea tof Jing muth

p re to and eoms *rble
alltl e I WiOas learned that it
Stof he ea didatee for Got

lieto mrake i thlant thfe
i who f k wa als l sfoud how
J~l be done, s te ad Atls.pr
elU or rea of doinl mbeen
Mlpne et a fa noo Oef those bi.
IMLaee eomp lee, thder woble

Wboe obliged to put another story
mOse tail lboildinlts In Now York to
Sthosane to su people who hal
l s t rhe AWer lstat h summer

Mes leremod that we have as fine
o ti o Oaso nd at Yellowstone
)0M||aft- ewtte ad Alhan.

Iai there oi Europe. adt ibs
e tro o there than to Europe,
sr Msewido ill oeero the weld

B fr oblhed to ndt Daotrer otory
Io asl benLldlor New Yor ton
,te olrnoey.

Ti tem and to people who fine of
-ahlnl ple iati the plat nudmer
e la Irauod that we have swon ne
Il Coloradosi d at Yellow k oneu
aw stere ( la Europe out it

MfIM ro 1o both empeta to tEuroe
^iiM Towdrwil roro-the water
et opendlai their money at

ea. John Newtlon Willhiams, Cont
ifro the He ond Distries of
w haMS btwo Th ntenced to tea
l. Imela prison and to pay a tine of
NBor Implication In the land

llOtnr of New York of the Na*
)asebal) laagu have won the
ohkaIpionship from the Phila.
m arbase. bavin takrR four

wartetw n Japao and tusia l
b l|mag beea "tos kally" ended. hy
ggas-tere of both empern rs to the
treety. The event took Iplarr

.are pO'ple are of (he opinion that

The Srate enoampment of the See-
cod Re.aIq S 1 treps,.
htleh was ihld at Orlando last week,
has been the oceaslon if moeh favor-
ble comment regarding the excellent
enadoet of our soldier boys. Goverapr
Broward war detained from visiting
the en'mpOn p taeonotilt*of4 win 'ir
glpembnct, bnt the ,folfo ~g ezxlte
from his letter to the mes la se p isb
very ooapliienMary: .A *l.
-As the timar a :bri~.r $ e-a
esmpmerit of he Sre.l4 l of
Infantry, P. 8. T11. ,i ". th'i
commrnder-itlelief ha t It is bat
proper so etir s MiR aplelatioM Of
the repsre i~5i pIved of tSh
steady 4 lK ipr***ovem t qia
by tithe, ; 1 d 4N e-
rib~e iMii smo6aeeg thas
tsh o oset of tei esited mea 6f sIte
aooNaa I repori tealBi, has been
sM e t.e ris tSe aUiW ludlatoa net
only pf the adipo-u al o1tibe
Sitte, bet o di Me t6e United 1tOpu
Ariy on daty as tihe e ampmeat, a
well ae of represeewtalte eItlse
of -.the eommnlty In wheb the eon
eampmeat hba been hehi laI this re*
sptes the 8eaoed Relitist as set an
example whiek ) msle bero followed
as other eanmpm eaUt4 ,, ibte Stat
troops, and It Is .sflanHy natifying
that withi t Phf a titma &l
lowed tfo0 ,ti s Msmolsee and
praetiic of t trea4 s I, their mill.
tary doslee,0 nood Xe 0timebt has
aebleved a see-ses-wlob eoly seaouu
and eonselettloa d for the obli.
gations ImpodetF **ood ure."

Althoogh a sanmtrof promlont Re-
poblleans were named a members of
the reeptioe oomMlWee to mset the
President, strange to may Heary a.
Ohobb sad W. G. Roblsson welr oa tl
ted fnm thb 11i. teVbe 1 tileomen
are endidate for reappointment as
receiver and rellteor, repeetively, of
the United 8tasee 4dffl Ias this
State, sad whil t klees fesre
soei t~esa m Wmbd tr e ipobltane
parsy will gives F ral soew, *e
deste ts a I= ab d 110 s*b eoadi-
Mosea e ai~gol-lrdits emld be
made, mad It Weoald bare bo" appre.
olative nourey to have given them a
plae on the eommintee,.-Degoto
County Ifews.
The many friends of tbee gentle-
mena his slitty. IrreIpeltive of poll.
ties, will eadorme she above. Both of
thbee ratlemeo are popular with A*e
people& and are very eouteone ol<.
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The DeSoto Oounty News rays that
the "People's Forum" of The Times.
Union should be quarantined. We sup.
pote they mean a shot-Ian quarantine
against "Osear" Pepper and the other
long.winded fellow. -
Oalnesrillle' marshal captured a
"blind tiger" proprietor the otherday,
and (raineeville'o mayor Imposed a flne
of aM0 In the ea. Why eaa't Talls
hasnee agquleh a few of the law-
breakerl-Ttalahanee Tree Demoerat.

The State military eaeampment at
Orlando has been a very pleasant and
seoeeasful one, and the boys o to their
homes improved in drill and disepline,
as well as invigorated and strength.
ened by the week of eamp life. All
aseoats agree that the enoempment
has been a most Isstifyln slnuees. In
every respeet.-Tampa Daily Timea.
K W C'orverse, fr tome years eon-
oected in various eapaeltieo with new-
paper bueiness on the West OCae, has
beem ehosee manager of The Clear-
water Prs, vice A J. Bradoa, who
re0lns on aeount of his hfalla eye.
iight. Mr Brandon will ensag l
other businee. where it will os t ax
hi -yea eo mueh to see a way to tmake
e'nds mset, and Bditor Convere* will

II' d'ebshe eej' The rrom up to its pro-*
oIut ctih staard.-4S. Poetwrsbarg

llst. 3rlt is placing too mueh e,fl. -..
Ia the Pmrldets, to r away ad ,d,, r ,, C,,t or, ToutIo.
him tn full ehareo ,tf the. tno- l.toI t Corxtwv.
r._1. I rapink J. tberey makes oaM that re
s or is, r areeur pa f the flr of F J
I YvaI ed V -CPe0Mrdet sFarbanksL tbte,,e A Co., dotes buelesst ii the
~i the toer of the Isouth with the ti'ty ',r Toledo, eoonty and Ss sto are
W 1emt,. he might thaw out a Istl*. sa d. and that sed frm will pay the
A Mbe het oto Floridna ,am otr t Hs adred Dollart ,lr each
S-- - and rrrr **a- of eaarr th bat eases
Jam i has had a ecple of earthb- b eur td ~ the ae ofM Hlals C th
('CP.. FunuJ COnawav
shed Ioeelatly. That ** rather w,,,on t twfore m oaberebed
a. tey haven't got in my pr. n,. thi S t day oef Ieem.
e br.A r% lA" A. W.Ot.aason.
St l; Nolta hPbe
w' mqsageof Plttebors. Pa well Hall's ('r at rr Cure Ie sv iat*ntr
s s urt to hare their ehrlldrn allY. atd act dtisal*" a the bleod
the pumNe ohoole S4 .d turerfeee f the "uem.
....:d lfor ',**imgSl. free
4V- j J art A Co T6i"e.O.
S tJteare aehi prperisnase 0 to tkId by aIl drusjts. te.
~Wea. Jeubaiti lItry at Take Ha!'. Family Pkle too eto.

TIrois Bat Who
readily 4 pt-y o adl, whth
shobwb tat Sto bates men of tbsk
ecly aen prorvei. Bos 6ader *he
hiedint "The Week in Breet"" It
l tfhe s anoonoement of the "open-
*(It ball lb the Tsmpa Boy Hotel," end
"The Weakof Prayer" by the Wo.
mio'K Homear Mielorary Society.

Henry Irring, the noted English
astor sho died to London on Friday
evening, Oed0be1 18th, was ss popular
in this 40mert r s as his home. He
warsI gS e jend to behrity and she
aaferte osf the protein. ,

TbMe and Olark 0ltir o at

A W sup a tepllS uottatry-
man d^ stace tr a ce<^ft4
amount 4 | 6l o to him. Tb't
debtortl ,ttl offered to take the
debt odt'a'trWe,'but tbhi ofer did not
weem at aO to it te taste of thb
creditor. At tast the udg 4aked th
plaintiff the raon for his unwillin.
neo to aqeept the debtor's offer to
"work off/)e debt"
His repl wad, "Welk you see, your
honor, the man's an undertaker!"
A Winner.
Brigge-Is Perkins mccestful In hil
philosophy? Origg-Oh, yes. His
wife has supported him for years.-

How to

Get Well.
Every organ of the body is
directly connected with the
brain by nerves. The nerve
cells in the brain generate
nerve force-power-and send
. it to the organ through these
nerves, and this nerve-force
gives life and action. The or-
gans work perfectly when there
is sufficient nerve power. Lack
of nerve force weakens the ac-
tion of an organ and it works
imperfectly-becomes sick.
Two-thirds of all sickness is
thus due td weak or deranged
nerves; it is therefore advisa-
ble to take'Dr. Miles' Restor-
ative Nervine, because it makes
nerve energy.
When you cure the nerves
you remove the cause, and
that's the way to get well.
"Dr. Mile' Retorattve Nawrne
cured me of nervous prontration water
every other effort had failed to give
e0 rlieft. My trouble seemed to
,becn with a oerael los of strength
a n w breakilndown of the nervo
system. I suffered from headache,
constlpatlon and fluttering or palpit-
Uon of the heart. My appetite ailed
and I was no nrrvous and reatless that
I could not slrop at night. My hus-
d. who is a druggist, browuht me
a bottle of Nervlne. It helped me
from there Ptrt, and I oontlnud using
It until i had tukeit sx bottle. My
health was completely restored "
North Adams. Mich.
or. Miles' Nervi ins sld by youe
d.rue t, who win ura ntee that the
rantk ott will bnfit. It faUr, be
will ref nd yor money.
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17, 1905

op ho Varim



M IThe Land of Flo*er*.
ejad oDwn" to u&I te
amtr-Items of latest h
I ...
rt hasp hardware gom-

I pllasIg to capture *mr
Show as the ihtes

I hk Brwuse Is perd
SState I( oranee. *h
meat aloe.
at West Palm Beaeh
addition built
s tourist trade.
Pesseols, aged 12
bay while blhinl
a eolor ed na.
of the Frint Reg
as opened up on
aloely arranigd.
died as Tallaha.
Sl8tb, wasroe of
newspaper men in

asteh held by the
.o last Satorday,
iwon fist and Mi.

Tampa has been
Tribune Publishlng
be converted Into a

mk upwards of 200
ooah Miami, going
he extension of the
ast Railway to Key

of The Crystal River
ulgin in some ten-
home-grown beef
romoonees is juiey and
y blih living.
of Hlllboroogh
Ms. Bertha Namiar of
9letly married Oesober
rlle. We hope the
seed a "lifer."
I-old son of ee Priest of
standing nl front of the
get warm, Thurday morm
bhi clothing eaulht Ore.
bored so badly he died

Perry of Marion, 8. C.,
ted at Tamps on a
tbeulemeat. He has re.
maps for two years under
I R. W. Malntyre, and has
iased eitisen.
a, amanuat the P. A. L.
mlag la Oerla had a foot
badly a Friday that am.
ise sakle w aseeeieary.
brlng the track of rubbish,
t ear strck lhim.
Jury at Bartow has re.
bill for amrder in the
agalaet Jamieeo aona-
preaher impliested in
of Owen Thomas. His
pesed of complicity.
We te are a toagh
Alfred Aethlaoe waswork.
way. when a eompaaios
io the bead with a p ,k.
fraetsre his skuoIL It
5, amd shows that those
tough akulle orel e th
't pus meek im in their
wortia for the city.

WIll AN al ChInme.
Oct. 1--The severmei
to a able dispatch tc
aM s Jose, a Mies
of tbe Chi ee la the
that these who hare
ly may be expelled

i s l TIe Sto aded
mi.-- d.e she ae

S at ae e a em lo
uSeib a via "1I

-saf e man wh

blbl he of kasemeeft
S -!_ ~i_ is.

w~o sd

I VI talMle Medicinsl Pood Prope-
ties are Very Quickly Realled.
In BrI Healthy Color to the
Cheeko Pfle and Sallow.
Ia Priu a strength to the Wee to
the FebLW a the Invalid.
In Toet&a the System of Coavebe
eIOet from xhaustins DIseasMe
i l-auid b te Eotirt Sstem.
NiIrnrl the Worput.
In lno"d C Out th Thin. Peaked
roew at CkIfren.
In ulding up on their ULtte Bo4ae
~FeMe Pink and White* FI aud
Do tlau their oeeks with the Pretty
Oslor %d lmples that make Motbe
tSout o xow
to a An ete be aWll le..seecaui
T pmei te Caetd a Wet.
To prove to Medctuinl Foodt MNata
Trial Bottle Free by Mall
WIU st oa request. Write by letr
W powa sud to
Onp Msl- C.,91 Ptne St., Rev Ywr.
An Dru asL-Two stinea-1 1 d a.m


Famous Ruesian Liberalist Deolare

There WNI Be an Outbreak.
Moscow, Oct. 16-Volcing the sen.
timents of the extreme wing of the
Russian reforms, Maxim Gorky today
expreed sincere sorrow at the death
of Prinee TroubetBkey, a a man and
a Russlan, but declared Lhat Russia
had noting to hope from the reported
activities of such men as Prtnoe Trou-
betakoy. He added:
"I regret Prince Troubetakoy as a
frank. just and bonest man, not as a
member of the Liberal party, wichL
can never effect great reforms in Rue-
ela. The ancestors of Troubetskoy,
Olitaip and Golorin went hand ia
hand with Imperialism. The taint Is
still In the blood.
"They are Incapable of realting their
other the needs of the people. The rev.
other the neews of the people. The rev-
olution will come soon. like as ava.
lanche, when least expected. The dis.
orders at Moscow will perhaps oease
temporarily, but wil be resumed In a
month or two. with renewed force."
The case agalnpt Gorky bha not been
heard, but the Russian writer relterat.
ed his determlnatooa not to permit the
proceedings to be droppeJ. He said
he would force the government to bring
him to trial.

Saved His Life.
J W. Davenport, Wino., Ky.. writes.
June 14, 1. 2: "1 want to tell you I
believe Ballard's Bnow 'iaimeat saved
my life. I was under the treatment of
two doetort, aad they sold me me of
my longs wMa entirely gone, and the
other badly affected. I alo had a lump
on my side. I don't think tha t Ieood
have lived over two mouths loaer. I
wu indeed by a friend to try Ballaid'
Beow I.inlment. The fBrt appliestioo
gave me rmei relief; two ifty osat
bottle eured me soad aod well. I
a wondertfl medkelse and I re saamed
It to suffering bmanity." Sold by W.
M. Johnson,
Boere Settle In Georgia.
amco,. ( a.. Oct. I1--Tweuty Beer
heroes have made appillrtion. through
their agent. Mr. J. N. Koeo. or a et
tim ent on farm lands In Fibb county.
The retired solll4er are now located
at Lumtber Iy. (s but desire a
chaa* b, twsu i, as they state, coadl.
tio s there ar- not favorable. They
dealre to hc' nme per niesst eittloe
oa this commualty and to develop the
lands Among them are some o the
braveet rebel calefitlna wjo fought la
the South Africa rause adl from all
accounts it appears that the awe are
of sterllag worth They restly re-
fteJ dt empkoyment as strike suLbsttate
asylai that they were unwilling to t&
)are the einse of orgialrd labor.

New Cure for Cancer.
All surface easwr are now know
to be earable by Houklena' Arntes
falve. Jms Walter* of 1l 141ld, Va.,
writes: "I had a essa r on y lip for
yean tha reeed sworablke sill Reek*
ea's Arame f lve head it sad eow 19
s perfeely well." Oearaateld s*r*
Ofr sa aad borus e at all dreg

Pai.nedn Parmer *ae Peer.
Brville. *paa. Or> 1-Owe a tham
*d A lahorers *d 4deeperaeN*by
the ewitlag fa rtae. tava.ed the mart.
et pla a et-ma. 48 amiee frem so
RtL. eday. seo, the esisre teek
of hod ad imiy. eyed the
rtaseaid threw the Io*B tat. a pas.
la, T- alabesatI haatily a-tisd to


ON 16WWW W=oM6M hlbtho k aldien to
ho opemofsImo. sdm ove ise

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2We t OXOMUU" 1484
a" TOW ewey Begins,

Sorrow Ixpreesed In Chicago
Cilcao., Oct. 16-Warlm ribOteto
the memory of ir Henry Irving were
expreasd last nlght by 'he Chlago
theatrical managers and n embers o
the profesalon now playing here.

Don't be Imposed Upon.
Foley & Co., Ohieaoo. originaled
Honey sad Tar s a throat and luR
remedy, adl on ascount of the Irel
merit and popularity otPoiry'' Hoeay
and Tar many Imitations are offered
for the renuine. These wnriblwe Iml.
satlons have limllar asond mrl name.
Beware of them. The oetl unte Poley'l
Hooey and Tar is in a yeUllw package.
Ak for it and refuse any substitute.
It is the bestl rmedy for coughe aad
sold, J. W. MeaOo1um A Co.

Newspaper Man Killed.
Dirmibaaim. Ala ( 16-J. A.

Moe, traveling rop, e*ntlativer
the MtrmtaStram Iedger was killed by
a Cut p-asse r trait on the Ala
base OGrt UoIthern r., Ircad at (Ot
toadale today. He aittern lte. to crusn
te trwek In from of 0.. trala u it
approached thl station nd was run
daow and ferfuhlly nma,, d

Two MiMed by lomb.
Warmw, Rusalet Put- 1d, Uet. 1o-
A bomb was Ire w tod, at the VII.
Is of as Ilt mai,'aSature. The
ask ad ga dser wer, il ed nd te
bems w damaed. TW bomb throw.
m Se4. pered by police Wke bard
w leI, the tgtivv b se ad kiied
tIe postemes ad thew. aigpet.


and a e*

It Is l"i.rami tthing is, he We68 140
a man toube msnnljI till WNoman
whesbate I& M4 84 at a' 'h im iL
be bow It OW will "s N. ,*Wecr~
eiw. Msnow 0e4l st l- Q& I(
-*% antiw S I h st b the hf"
OR atie tOl~. a"d de n* oe fi~ ef
QadrE and Leave h a WbelYtt
lowl" M-12" ldr,nr I to a
bM&WO" WWrI. M1w. IV se
Npead Illerk.~ Stuf. M u. wasoI~J
"A t.teto W" evb a "
growt. sad mature li ft. eS bU W*
li, a" I W" f tLs OWN W ""
oi 4 i. 6ed to oI be WI aa m IS
eot sIN oted by t g"
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The Demsl ef the Pamous Actor Was
budden-Many Express Rogrets.
London. Oct. 16-The Fn1isbh speak-
Ing world bas suffered A :rrtparable
loss by the sudden death f -ir lIenry
Irving. who was unlvert \ regarded
at the moit repreoatati, 1:inallsh ac-
thr of countemap ry tin a Sir Hen-

ry died tlerally In huMrne He wa
giving a nerti e f are,'l perform-
Saos la te Bhllsh prorncvl s and this
week was playing an et;iagtemet at
Bradford, appear Into I.~,rat favor-
Ite role.

Death Came as a Blow,
New York, Oct. 14-T ,, he acton,
manMars aod the attell l1n pub
of Nw York the no" oft teo deat
of Sir Henry Irving eae i, an wo@0
whelming blow. Many i>rlared lst
night that the stage has I its great.
est friend aad the drama nme of the
molt marvelously its interpretero
that ever lived.

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AbstIte of Title &ad full lmforeetle tfuumbohd AAlai lealmd. IN 5ti
runlty Out m muglr ha lived Is this pauf n mw
Iaterro9"W hymot rlI 5 ism.'NW

Em fl. ~VOPOTL.
sestilks a man of promatof
mIag a& LIWATR AN1 LOND sad .
Gi w 11- a u 5 1O~14_I


aoudoe' reliable serfmee of every V"
oI Ttile the l.nd TtleeIN the mass of Fle,
alit pmldO.
arnas f or .SM3IALTII0i AI.SUWM eso ?sb gTu Ub @~b
Aemb b %mr@W" Led ad Samsng VatOVNW
the ImNeIloW. T" M 4 be.

Stock in the Ewoa

Gold Mine

At tSe pkew st rln .ya t oe twom be d f oesees pmaelble so
Ibb slow. to or'p "iso- eal '-,f a I&$ 440P. 1Is fis 4. & 0 4
bmes, kat m e 1fe ond (mea y sh*eeetfe.

tb geld Bfew6 e 0%4 sa Usosts sed#
Wo wou )L II $.bear IU No If "f aeabesd he 68er"0Id i, a
laveuam.. *1..G.e Ply6 4 ` a" so wish she b "gha.. p;4.e.
OWd FtvoIrP of sato a n-, L4 mfte d:4Io""iofdwsd Is*I
00 014AP0011 # Sg.dt 446""S*m Uk S g o" losetarest's,


Srskm. St. c:W Es dIot, Ohio.

Smd to i*ai Ifovmaslon nos
wi whha e t00 ~tt ',f bows he k mhi m
15W*qI n neyswn. temms no
0 r-a l Ir TI &D& 6i4

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1 .aee Aew alt AtWne dAe na
Qave*. Peoeh. B*", Tasset saS
eeoi t Pet, Arms o0er i, epv e, Tof.

S The Imiplemeulit used in archery as a
pastime :.ro aI bow, arrows, a quiver, a
pbe b, a belt, a tassel and grease pot,
an arm guard, a shooting glove, a tar-
get alld a stworng ourd.
S. The boiw l.; atu:n!ly from fve to nil
Set In length. th o;;tren thL ting reck-
e' w0ed by 1)p)u.J.4,i varying from twenty-
1 drep tp y. t!>'ied by ge c no itic.inen
I beai In tn ireth roi n tifly to eighty
penudf., tli)r'' l. I., l..i: Ii ',iei tw'Uty-
S I o to forty. 'el of r1e o 'e uadtle of
a Sa luglo ,e !(' or y 'o r u~i the latter
Sof laucwoodJ o01 '< i.. u'i bh.ck to

i In ortil-g I;. i 't w'odtlt i grad-
Sally tapr'n,. i 'i n.1 l a tip
h~ born. Vvi( ta ;ttth r iAl t!
I' lon m r tCian the' l. r <: 1, a! 1 ot"
seM I' ide ra' i f \ la t.t, l 011i"
S b'"ho toin- oflitW r Ij;ii:" W 1. n :l i mIld
C ed lthul "lhlly." N ur thel i wour,
ere tne hoW is lile It i L,:,bt o l wall
Selvet, b~lhieh part tWer tll the **1 a
die," and in each tip of horn i.s a cni :c
for the string to rest i, failedd t!u'
f "nock."
The string of the bow is eaillucfne-
tured of hemp or flax. Thre hlmp
Itrinte weur the longest. th:igh1 thley
strecbh more at first, nit, lIeilir Inut
S elastic, boar a harder |tlll. Wl1'hn it i n
necessary to fix a frc)lh string to the
bow case pnUt be taken not to break
the conmpdtlton. fTite tie should he cut,
the eye worked at que end, held, the
other part allowed tb hnng down and
the eye passed over the upper end of
thtoe bouw.
If for a lady it may be held from
two to two and a half inches below
7 te n ock if for a gentleman, half ap
inch lower, varying It according to the
length and strength of the bow. The
band ls then passed along the lide of
the bow and string to the bottom
loboek. round which the otrliig It
turned aud fixed by the noose. hlien
strong a lady's bow will have the
strtag about vte and a half inches
Sfom the belly of the bow, a gentle-
S mane about hblf an Inch more. The
part of the string apposite the handle
Is blound round with waxeJ silk la
order to prevent Its being frayed )
the arrow, which Is sent from that

As soon as a string becomes too saet
aMd the Aber too straight It muat be
rubbio with beeswax and a few tuar
SUauto it to Ibtaem it and twist Its
fatra a n Uttle tighter. A apara atrtn g
aMdbs alwars be protied.*
Arrowsa arn trt i faed, amero
tiag of EM Pala eo OruWh
Scft, other t laj1 Ir the ecteor ar
larger at th ot tha at the feather
eRd, tbe at bhape bat rolasilered
their bet tau for Bootg. Arrows
re maade of wblte"'ptse vainga at uoe
-Aj point of tro or brasa firmly fixed
ead usually a piece of heavy wood
spiked on to the pine between it and
the point, by whleh their dight i s wu-
.proel. At the other end a piece of
born is treated, lau whi" is a noteh for
the strina. and they are armed with
three feathers, o of whblrh is of a dif.
I feet color from the others and is lu
k tended to mark the proper poasitls of
the arrow whie placed on the atrig.
thills one always poluting froai the bow.
To string the bow take It by the
Shaundk lan the right heaud amn place the'
ems epd upon the ground. renting
Sthe'bolluw of the inlde of the
k. keeina tih' Pat ilde of the
alld the back) toward you.
.e t shonkl tIo advaiiu<) a lit -
tie to the right, so pilnced that (Ie hbow
('snaoe *l4 ittl.y. I'lal I.. heel
Uat the ift hutml icpon the ul>wTr lImbi
of the bow, below the .yv of the string.
Nuow, while tbhe lnuger. all thumb of
the lift hantil llkl this eye lowanrd the
notchb i the horn UantI tie, heel pushes
the limb away from (he> bldy. the
tight hand pulls tibe battle itk. rd
yeam, th reeltihug the I'ctm uof the
left. Lty wbch the Iow In I.ent. ntdl at

dth eanlee time the string is .Lilspe lute
the ase as the uutAh i terfai..
(are n16,t tie Itaken to k"Ole thme the
aoter nag"er frw fnroutii ti4. strl f,
If the how abould lip frnutl tse head
a t the string cutch, the, they w l, be i
wveert ploted.
It the bow has bee lyitaln rf
Ma e time it aboltd bet well tu t
with laWed oil buerft utlna it '
abstri g the how hoad it as iat -It,
SIs; thee prew dowa she u,1Wr bt b
actly as before aid as If yo. wih4 4
to plae th# eye of the otrting a a
higher okb. *Th will lonwea tee
string and titwerte the *ye. when It
m t be hit!ed out of the sec by the

We lia S We it boe t Whe tbIw
R l a paa mlektar dlertso w.thr
straing toward yea aree *W It a e
at the sht"ag 6s 0 the adle ft the
iww. It Mv atsft ae ee and assee
at the awrts te editor e at
make the tMo am aiiaa Tt m Ito
emn's ute pesi a a S ee y Caanae
ue of daleratie g aNg whbkih

By compelling her to hake the family
bread during the hot summer moumte
Buy your Bread from

...Keystone Bakery...
IL'c a vilai of time, work and moleey.
Fresh Bread Dedtnir D aly
To all parts of the elsy. Also Cakes,
Pies and every ~ber prpdueston of
the modern, Oup4odaC
bake abp.
R. T. INCM kI Prevp etwr Ueystode
Skery. Thm 165.

the result of qn uneven string throw-
ing the arrow aalde. Aftr uslng tbi
bow unntrllgt, aan, If a large party is
shooting, after every "end" it should'
be freed from Its state of tenaloa.
But In this respect there Is a great dil-
ference In different bows, some good
ones soon'getting cast from their true
shape and others, though Inferior bows
In other respects, bearing any ordinary
amount of tensiab without damage.
Two points must be attended to when
taking aim-the lateral direction and
the distance-slnce there is no bow
which will drive an arrow many yards
perfectly point blank, and consequently
a nllght elevation mult in alcases be
jaade, and for long distances with
weak baws k very considerable eleva.
tlon-that is, the bow must be raised
above the pointailmed at. The arrow
cai:not be shot straight at an object
because It will,-of oure, be subject
to the earth's attraction, and it Abot
straight at a mark will fall below It,
and It there foriv'ltqures practice to
manage the elevation properly, and
mu-c will depend on t~e exact strength
of the bow and the distance of the shot.
IThe lateral directlon-that Is, the side
to which the bow apuMd be directed-
depeuds greatly on the wind, If there
ls any, as the arrow Is materially atf
feetedl by the wind. Should it blow
from the right hand the bow must In-
cline toward it; to the left,.If from the
The dbitance to which an arrow can
be shot from a long bow, with an ele-
vation of 45 degrees, depends on the
atkngth and a lity of the archer.
TM2 distance dtet to be reckoned from
220 to 240 yards. The Turks have al.
ways been celebrated for shooting to
long distances, and the aseretary to the
Turkish ambassador In London shot,
'1 'I4, a distance of 415 yards. lie
d A 'Aprklah I w and arrow and
4a p t the wind. With the wind,
tde dtioce measured d4 yards. The
rea ahoald not ie fixed on the arrow,
ait at the mark. Keep both eyes open
sad look steadily forward, and raise
low n the bow la4the proper direc-
tieo. Tme targets are mixed opposite
each other at about sixty yards apart.
The arrows are shot first to one tar-
get, when the archera pick up or ex-
tract the arrows, aul the marker
surew for each before drawing from
tiU targt, after which the arcbera
hoot back again to the other end, and
ao ou until the whole number of ends
have beeu aMo Butts are also used to
shoot at. belug built of long moamdi
of turf anitwit eight teet long and ove
whie,. height of seven feet, the depth
dlminlithinig gradually from the hot-
tou to the top.
Miw n more than two are used. they
are reaecl uin ets. each at coansat.
log of four. aoshut thirty yards apart,
lair forming a chala of lengths of
kI,. e"i, ,0 and 12 yards, but so die-
ip)1tl as not to stand la the way o( the
iarcvrs' when shooting at any of the
lingtihj s.
'where archers rove fruo place to
I|n.|.* anrd lave no afied target. It sa
ci l)tl "rvigK." Tbe arelerrs ahoot
at trie u r a.,U other object that they
Ihim'.ce. The winner of the Brat
hot ,hbu.-.e the ,xt, a.d s o oR.
the Ita llUc f l m In 100 to 30
yarnl. and all arruwa falling with-
In live nows' tenth scoring,. if mar
e r to th. merk then the adver-
,ary's arrow. The drev wore at aser
ery retinaa is very pretty sad be
comlan. r ladlea, grea Jackets ad
hata, with three plumed feather ad

f tlaea. dark gr. withf gree
sat Id father. but this .attrI d-W
peemds as the taste and hIcltnatle
of the chlub.-New York IHerald

Icemale and Indicgatna Cured.

of lai o. I ca4"m a m tat
slabs a m mib meat e as cIall

I w m tebisi skk m way & boot skhm
woas*& whesI a nd COkmhrWe
Dtornaw m id Lieu Tble. r"m
sacred lafeiets rQe)Iaf. ims"Jh
1)jm, Taftm", Osrteor Caada
YAW" t an d rI6obwI
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View iihs mu bow i.ss

seas din. V raw

to to e
34- at the of the
ot to a Wtanon W. Backmoat:
t a Blaemar was attending a
cap .MiMo he was approobed -by a
eeb looking man, who greeted him
pmfuaelr The general ahugged his
.0aolders and turned awa#, with the
reark that they were not acquante4.
"But, general," said the straaer.
"don't you remember bow you aayd
my life at the battle of the WUder-
nes ,
general Blackmar at once became
Interested and be called a group of
comrades over to listen, saying: "I
saved th s man's life once. How was
It done, old comrade?"
"It was this way," was the response.
"We wete on a bill and the enemy ad-
vancod steadlly toward our Intrench-
ments. A. veritable hall of fire swept
oar poalton. Suddenly you turned"-
here the auditors were absorbed and
excited-"and ran, and I ran after you.
I think that It you hadn't shown the
example I would have been killeiathat
day." __
Doctors Said He Would Not Live.
Peter Pry, Woodroff, Pa., writer:
"After doctoring for two years with
the best physicians in Waynesburg,
and still getting worse, the doctors d
vised mn if'I had any business to at-
tend to I had better attend to it at
one**, as I could not io'sibly live'
another month as there was no cure
for me. Foley'A Kidvey Cure was ree-
ommended to ale by a friend, and I
immediately sent my son to the store
for it, and after taking three bottles I
began to get better, and continued to
improve until 1 war entirely well." J.
W. Meaollum A Co.



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Legal Blanks On Short Notice.

The following letter from one of our
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Loubville, Ky., Feb. 27, 1906.
H. H. MeOrary,
Gainevllio, Fla.
Dear Sir: Received the printing
matter In doe time, and will ay that
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Alauhua county is 80.400 arem in
area, has 98 miles railroad 900
miles wo rad, posteea,
129 puble aeoole, 17 phosphae
please, )20aw milla, po5,00 eem
house, fve ewoepap, er ad pro.
duee eors, eoUoa, rtee, earlier.
oat, rye, poatome, pIneapple, o.
angne. peaee, p pearf, plu, pe-
ease, and Ul kiads of vegetables.

GaienilI tke Cmuni Sal
Has fourteen bhs& es, two pablie
sehoola. she Uiver itle f Fe rda,
wate .hets thre wa- re
Uied tatee dee ebe
irater. M ami Wae"i.eleart
and gae aht., two lee hAlaula,
manehe eke th-ee ws ra eo
ries, eoteu is awe ai dlea,
three rallreada, twa ftIrsw er an
ate.ri n a eemplle, ose cem

mhlalm al rmry, mc e laga
pentume plan&, twe and m el
Wxin 0 i 8 M-.* 1 lime

The Flaft

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stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts thr
or four years, and It is the cause of much pain and discomfrt,
which can. however, be cured, by taking

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It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, IrrltaMhlty, mlseraEt-:
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At all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try it

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N-. 84-"New York and Florida Ex.-
reI." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jackson.
ville to New York.
No. 80-"Washington and Florida
Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing
Room Sleeping Oar Jacksonville to
New York.
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Sleeping Oar between JIekoanvi
Biringharm, Memphis. Kansa 0
and Colorado Sprinag.

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ited '9:00 a. Ia
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pr ," n.8:2 p. m.
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lled ".%.ODam."ca.
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Gainesvlle & Gulf Railvay Conpa
Time Table in efet tember S na I

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D TIME OUTING. Tl>* *o* r*e .w rrazaap OA:lDB lTa-a.tSKa2n ai seee.
Se Judges a pl ture with both -------- --------
samael Per wase on rb hips, and when ilapproMl a||
i e Fnamr pears Ina br eye oge troubles for t* DR. DaVERE B. MORRI-,
describes a enrm- pic.tur. Whe be ua"llpye- -bwed.
Sunday outing, and the bse strde *cr. t noor to s .... DNTIT.... aLa Doors ----
ery modern ring to it open window, puts her elbows See I ot ts
." he writes, "up. ad my balcony rail lays her leathery chin C o
before 4, to make us her leathery hands. crows her tnudy f et o tn ve. at l hoe 3 rti
ld re e records his n- les, and IN this street loafer atttu
t "hbe was so lig nahout rtofreb her mind. Her fat --- Sea Island CJttonu tlBe, t and Twine. Walrua
the gon :e : **be rdy pabl of a nsledge hammer blow. W A. ARLIj LAthte Oides.
some bottle of wine and insbed. yeoman though be i,. woaMl ______
dowle with us." Coach hardly be a match for her. He knows ATION3 AT LAW
rrIuJL O to L It d l. visibly proud of it. AJ1no aleor ir Eui Manufacturers of the Ja proved English
they i1 o'clock. I have aen Whitecbhapel bags M r Island Cotton Gin 'for Bme
waters, ordered dinner, ate ltr ihrtieted. bloated selves to fight Real *t*e, seaMliuRg and G. Is d Cotton
dinner and were merry." like eads, bet she, It once she wre oral PrMaise. U be prompt GINSTL U 8
r "tbe day being wooderfal red, would fight like a old. In asteed to. Ofe mt door to" a B y ".
Sfat, he i a maoder type of the plow *al. GAulgQA taiv FLonJA.~
ra cose to "rake the woman of mytholof. If Joea of Ae rena -S, ^
rd with a little boy bad bee a peaant of tbhl type there F INAND BAT A
Bible "with the forced toe would hae be no mystery about be ATTOIIEI AT LA W,.
do usually read twat was military prowess. be is a mawac. a a * FLoDa.R
tt." The depbert "d.d lme woman Io the beet sense.--pne Railway
i f that boy. In Epedum ptlot6t Mautl .
Woman with her milk e r" O-? el Lpoprty&, (i. FOR
1 drik our tellytalr of Full of Traginc Meaning agmd aLo g in ph 'm,
drink our be.yfullsof Sowts
to the coach, It belg Are th e liane from J. H. Sthmons5 rWsle. SIla
ulht of Casey, I. Thi.k what might har l Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
was Pepys with his day's rselted from big terrible eough If he
he records h i resolution. had not taken the medslie about W. PA rm Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash\
rep a country house, but which hewri tls"I hada ferrfuleooe ATTONt-AT-LAW ,A
eb and with my wifeon a ath. disturbed my nlht'. re. I tried ington, Batimore, Phila-
o ometimes for a day to everything, but nothing would rolleve ... OLIITOR Il OHAECERY.... k.
n theuit t, o no ,it outil I took Dr. Kings New Dieo -- delphia New York.
there to more variety and
and no trouble as there ry fIor oomemptmon, eoaoth and eolds, GAIIVILLSUJ, IAtM Co., PI.
try bo. hleb eompltaoelyr ar me." Inetet- o0 I Iadol Block.
fr o e.relive landll maslt ly *e o e all
sthroat and luedleelew; preventegrip
G ETIQUETTE. sad peeomollA. At all drsIest; Three Elegant Train Daily.
iranteed I We aod $1 (). Trial bot. L J. E. ALDh ETLMA
"Mvr the t Dplasy *o f. V
at-e "" EmlrIem. DEETITr. Seaboard Express.
ent regulations provide NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
dhu b. a pnelb.l.,o, LETTERS PATIENT. OrDeata e Qw" Seaboard M ail.
shall be displayed at balt SeaboardLL Iffhil,
day. Notl. Is hlerebl fivn i haet o the
of the soldiers who let 8rd day of Nonember A. D. 106, th
urite ct"l lwar. "" u "'delniedwl'"laIio Hie O ER P ULLM II EI I P I IT
I day. each year tbhe leuy X. Brabr d otoefr th g OO" 1 Tt1N VAO. *,ER r I E
Sdisplays Its lag at half tba0e of F lMsorli, or uneeseor I- -
y posts, statlona and foe Lten s Platen on tohe bhart* i *
rom snroi seutil b.. Only Line Operating
04fro8 7re aUtl T4Iukb a of Suemb r A. D. -
btely bele moon a UL.. O eisu mero.aw Mebans. IHpy TkrMi Pllmn Sleepers from JM nvt ill to t r NO WM
by the baud or field I Oo~o.,UP
national salute of twen- J. W. BLAwaiWo Srl r.u u .
smed. At the comchlon ARTIOLES OF INOORPOR4TION -- For full irformalsoU and sloper renmrvatIo al sm f
tribute at noon the Of PENINiULAR P1INT. write A0.0. MAoDOII L, 0. ,S0 SV
the top of the state N11O COOPANT.. T A. Oeem PalPseAr Aset .pw Ag ,
until seun The Anmcut 1-T-te me of this WIMn M, LIQUORS A OIGARS JACKOONVIt.. FLOrIDA.
national enasign is to posion shall be the PAxrwsu.a
l. tobe losu In inmr- t amrmTe OouPANT, sand i e prinI JOl m.resiwkwr. *
S.umber o ,.. ; ot" "i s"hwe,. b .e .. w.z,O..m..._ Take The Atlantic Coast Line
ed their rank. AIIMC,,, O-N- lWeem MOm I lm, i d~ulkS. I)1!_,%
d wi' The lag I poatom shell be-e oaMora elm"sare 0 f r e, de e. ,s. D.a..
011113Po...s '. .shell be is, amwW. FOR ALL EATNLY NTS
bort actually besieged psn ad ha Ih sheemeeybM. i gpea I *
wsowow, bedLe, 3-j Low Colonist Rates .Nor,, ...i.I V
pl, 0ll, etle, I emsq, Us me
is to be dipleser at pagan 01 pae S41w", Wede Id= MMga
lowered to that positive ""IsRmS ia
oIf e sta i. t o t Via L. & N. R. R. rid Trnnat and Un pmd o
It is finally lowe red.- pemieeal etiJp. ned Re"bPowierA
se tall Y e do sed peIfsm, bae" time Table i sleft April Is
Pmt. hol sad ejh, all w orpelep, --TO-
power sad 0 it s han llbeI M Dep for- OAn I A
FIRST CIGARS. So 0e ad.i. .th e.M oSM belCa3. U .A 30 ,,
A sCLa.a III-T-e s&emo of Is 10P a Hih pri *
we smoked t partS as etpist k of t bis orperesle n TEn WEST Dly
SA as nsa. be Two Thomeund Dellan, be di.* L OIT WI -'
clg rsalrt atsmoked? Ac. vMidd late1 ~eI i A OBTI ST Ospm O a. L 1 ta
vilas of 11s aideed Mn per' 1w., .. Leeiapow 1324 to"
Frwecb authority. the wee av. *l MAal eS O Sli e SIt$44-70 Ts am "Is ss* 1
was not lutroducea late o ble hail iS al ll s t j. is
the, rtur of the P n rrech er stedeliM y "9sV pD ft am ad W
io Isn 123. This fTat 1 vhbe D retory of the ehmpsa, at e@a |ovr- T.-e
of HIppolyte Aa.ug, intig siled dO meA pelpRMN, ea n N a0 ,N. u i Spl ., S.W iMM A, =0 ,
author, who writes thbn the eraUM Ofthlfisl Mr. il )i Ate",y AtIaI,0 Pls M nsh. a lgM
M: ATrcu.a IV-TMle erpu e 1 shll ... .
fre Parts was by way hve eo ero existmee Iw *the ,spa Ye1 e1lo w I i tIU r eN
O0 o rete we mat ofu t*eieeM s. D lb. Mlip Ind O iI S
ply obs r1nfe n freu AsTIcUI V-Th e btelow- d Io. eIM gf 81* a, u.
hbd gsary etngar Wrapoos shell iTn he .mo, d ,y g l
Snew hat sanc be ard a Vih. mio bblir ep eM prll a **. Hg a
ig of tI, gr to g U dttiyeses l fIM. beel ee oe wailh 0.Eeeuld d IB I

t d. TIa "Henlit oil'r *e ;^lUelI bse low m b ... ,.IsrIe
the 2 Ss3 bea t -nm d .......i O g ..- --

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shmo wste Of him ce M mAile. sa the ,Isese o p,

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viul*** ffeoi. lse a slight bb.l (Lj ;
Ir-g isalwa S s .._.--7 GO lo
h ILi aifterlmnu ls .. oord.me Alahea, ao wtlO
as -jbiw bin to 1e1116 44e 1t 40 Md Followe' order, ws
toa buy the ** ** T^ ?
.t- arm- P t1-7, P.t;,.sc~, f Aro, one of tthe Tomb,
S ii t f *'D~E ow of this ecsion, di
hes mak- eS. g, i t ir ofl ls o AOt"$fsl ur Sample
: tE >e-l to W.d X W.X. i. Wlt. -hor redent of
e btal eeit, bwpa6,udrak hoe at

40s f*.. : i,.,. triilii'~Gr, i I3t'bh of High Springs m,oUf
O US IO .~.* L:. B rt- ra.. a. c. c. .B.- a ,
SAio c. ye' serd '* psd_ oi y erday on W
Soa is fl of i1t l soy 1to, hi old home.
l-. e .d a b es i -.d Joel T. WIak orne of th oldest it
p -odsU Il* mad 6W. Is ls ot I l4e, was among the visitors
wg i sye terday aiud while
ff. AC al( s B. ^"-. ioNat brief @all.
*RW bo,, a '*< orl py^7 a r ws ,-, of A r T. L,ft.ai, atSam.p.son, Ala., s isn.
br. r l.~l eifus to travel for 1a, of of 00 i l vs. r. H. C. Fa oeh RB5TAURANT.
MepSla1. 1r0y $1-02 per yr. pe9r0* sa MIi0sars Lyan will aecompany
.e Nltll.. .sp enscw? alvls*. him 0 Alabama lot a visit of about rs or s- @. Pos
.. ol A0.ddr 00. G. CLows, Gai l i nt das
OmI M u", fir -,-- i .L ..'i r f f "i. o Truber of Live Oak, a former Drip lkWe.
-P.b; y 0*124 1 e --- wh r e- Ite nw .+ r ,.. i I f ot W-a im of Golesville, was reaping old
,",' an) d 0 a6 01 P $r rSt ell a1o de h ar yesterday. He i s we *- W e s slMeats.
"?,,e. .... ,,--. -..-," led by bsn. TheFamous
<. ao_,_AN.D .OQIA, ,ITai .M. I.f. C I .ai At., e.. "Prob i of Seatera OisUl/, Jet by bs fisp,", ueeein the nv.l F u -
w. p o-mW P timWt ,*St of ,M t-. Mn. J. L Dll. All a mbrs of ,t
ko r H a d is wk t ek wrIn l the o 5b pp. Mloty M ll ehe e are Oast aila Andrew, eho ho ben in theo Contlentl Oysters,
f Tel lp.: M -_t e equeseo a baitendt his father, Major
TOM U, X11. 1111 X011 11 .64 1 V Andrewsh mas et ned to Saevanna __ _
e: I h w. hSe, ho rLf -t ~Sa. dayo voy a death Owl of t she 0o.a
"h"o* BI. Caise ALaieto ThAp"~~ Coast Line eB d L.
Thasa, 4 1 A00116UM. M. Divine,0 o3 of the .e lepnt Ug l1 U M
pe rto Llaton, days alp ad h. bhd only 6.n members of The S. n's onmpoli --
llj.sr ts ,lte se H.y . is ese ~l d sot ,* n 4 ool, md hil a o eM. departure orentay for
S- Ie la tIibtdrewVW. Jaedlkoaeillt, wore be will spe the
sf rat. ime inheb'er ,1A S ". 0. "Otweesouof she vi of the P net two weeks with his family.
S fV i s>'o it th Ft to Jmo Herb. Piakosou has retorad home, iss Ulion
i fondsl o...If yelld fwcl i o twi, he A- OoUss DI win ll ringm left the seswill & Glf or-
I ., o il ,ll 0l0 liekeoIs rlt" poln in s e ltai od ylrag pny a Brookaville. He ex. in ill Circulatin
Said ps Iove wood., J. a. g, *l*sa O.. V. I l r sm f s a p Ietyl -Se to r P ototo tbhats otion I a fewi
se o1,IOi. fa ooithsr ie..umtslp. Tiket d day,, where h su a cntat to ..Llbary...
o.e Otb 0 *hsand moraag o f te oOt a quantity of cypress pole.
Wi neglereewrl day,k bus Ws PeIIIs ft il. l*lM, t i oobelMeaSd. PAW Mrs. J. 'D. William departed s- Oly the Latest PMelar 'ic(in.
m m 0. Boturprasti Pawemsa Ager. lerday for Maeoo, Atlanta and other
T llrtI LtakL VriV iwa mlr, As--sJ- .l.. ... --1--a-r. P podrs in Geortla, where, she wiUl
0I ,ay. o.1 0 AWCIO ACW1Pl spend the next few weeks with friends peM i Lt s m*
0i111 JhW* .h ei- 1' 9 16whO e do I will sls i sw sl fJMI p. and relatives. Friends hope that her Iar I wo. I Boob u ..e
ritL l. oL. vill. 4 r0 tl so *pI h$.e plc'Si as W fl W6iaiBy Imay po a pove a plemat and b o.t wo- r ime week wit e .

,gi. gat g f.., WW.-f..1 -1..1.o. bat% 11", 0 ho. *.a sea Aee MAi sr,66 .th,
Hfl Zjit RThdr otie S Itg uok ainq L tat". CO ame sM k w elCs the 0 lly ail, asd knos as
Mo g1A me w *. P. the old Presbytse l. loa Th odor
Ss au .so-. um tov* Ius e YMb O Ameirs.r. wi eH l an fde buildlg on the sam
Srlinely epeulae. 1oth sad as to PM0 *LNew York vala. tao thei e oen as a lady, elub room, ete. saveo lofe w em* powrwa.t
nMrs. lR. W i. The pri for the lot was $8.00=. to 1 14o1r. by Poa whbo ha
MA, en lWiro lmownk t Mrs. M. i. Nlgi0arekh ba IVo f. Of.r rritr 1k.k Wut to o ur c, ,,.
rtbesutNs to Sasiweala L ro cF nri
r' 8R8y W viat ba d ured ron H.eletal, V., b ow r dy for TRIT, h e or 606 ,11; -W':.
whore beas ba 1MO or nb po h tlhre perl lspe 1tio. All the latest kinds b a b 3i .hstr ,:e (r .
Seei Mralll reP4te fraoi mouths. Thek by literme with lhe pot e4 goods, silks and trimmings, sNlowusdserso I .
ie atsulrday, where she bI and "Plp IMe." I owasll smiles matlms. tet., Juet from New York. JAMES P. SMITH,
a *I otd(d llet., Mino Theso Malas e" r ammed Doe's bl o01 took wbheso ou eta o t IN ol l 81/M ,
ftseite room f tor rest. No from lbusts,0 80. C., whees -bs mew rrmb goods at same prices. Mnrs. l1 or1
Apply ea premte, i0 3 bee. ti se mot of u frrtt red s 1Wi sl. sl. t "Ws oro
ts, eorf at thI e. it for the pa fatw w Hi tRe sal On as Ieot of Prsident Roosevelt s ltaJe l eUtI e 189;
tio.leb oes tea o at thkis of. use fr lnds ar glad to wea lme V g visit to Jaeksowville, the Seboald will
Sr> a des r. liper dred. bome*. tkl .eLo JakonvlUe -ad rtaur
a slsMsOMpau order. Iawrtl i pay. hoik.C an se I- CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH t ratf oo nllr( fain, plior 2I L
I J.IA. lmms of olrlkrwoe d is Rl-tkoa anme sd hdYI WEra----- ~!ese, eub tioets to be sold Ottober
a sit0y Gaturde on he -(e *9 are- Pn sad gasK Aa t *, 0h anu d lor trains sbedoled to arrive
um Oa viit la Geoth O daFll j diepa Ak wt* Thel RcI Cool Spl e -. i fl 5 o 0fr DOR CAFE
S m fe r BRilbbo VatIoUte ad Sp it St '"W n (rat B J lHall of toieketo October -----
Aoly. FIrt of tbh bwe Oe-plate. Is a ra em remder tIU Wiseai t 3d, 1.0, CeanliaAs i m sbg ayeatr.
.iulw. C. V. MeKiltry, losor TnHestl< M of t ie tyi appes aslmrsi. It meki qiiry A tlter hu tbea rneoivrd from Mr. Everytblhn la g u cooked t,.'.
1to rwrMkrt ttewar-eait le*'trter lr a to roalad the trka (blt Willim Arthur Roper, ore Mr. H. OTa .^ El
I ee ,ina returtd oday Ns talt wir di' pay p it hat oer lie of Fall and Wiete goode W. O. I~roder, formrly of this ely ,ST8LK
r ia liis t ~oe akt Hs rwi l lve tO ta to kn to ew Ooiplpte sad eo lh MM bti o of D eetr, Colorndo, Ie which t1
S m bsi I ap to they were ba t*ree the d he a s e val all hinds of P de e for sr ask to o reembored to all her COFr tbe De .
pop.te beell s irosvil e werlo m o
Spp o. Phe Wiselorwr. eld freode. She sow hk s eliegnt PRICES RIEAOONA i""
SLradis' nd O' e o oal P home at 4t2 Yates street, Iever.
rirs o,. o* ob.ain,.,'. READ THIS. ---,lr', -, "., a-.d .il... ,Plord frind, tII a WE8T 81DE SQC'lAR
gue the Ht W. a Drew Conl'pom T Sn er h thc ws me ... s
S wisem ii u r*, tr i. MD Ci -. A-m"., l. lM Rev. J. H. Tbhompso of LaCro -.
*sskesm Phina. bym dhr.' Dr. 3 V. laUm. oseek. Ms*-**DsI^ *., e- whoosspled the pulpit of the Batptist n n E i iA i&Tn
b h his? eard iaame Beding tI g sqme. Lasges g Swsietrs erob I tis atg Snday,. left for NEj flblli H m
di i sondilen ofte 4 r a el ad iA 1 r 1 ,. Albs raterday afterntoooo a to attend UUL a nV I L
qbethlytoned g Chambrthlia' 8*m Stem. L IfYI f_ Aa Iie tl m sl to N.@-- the ata Fe River ImBaimu Aaein. lMm -a
wimw samm A

t cs umr TaW. -s fro MI a WLn 31 (h l les. L. r
tWe, opain eboons, b fr vlwfrom I Ow Dt Hola. RB. Wees of Hlllawthorn m. prl gI m.l FiShilS.
Sthe garde, stay. Firs of the fas, a g k g m Wa sfd. a # o Wae have a assen ties of o.realsted him from thoihe l. P sity 1 n-, F .he lIt
em. Oee a l nly, as th s ly Iali sl- ag 7 l b t' FUR ter bing sodJeratooroatshe saoe tio. t..

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