Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 22, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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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: VID00999
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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A HEARTY WELCOME

TO THE PESIOEN'

3 the People of the State s
Jacksonville.

PATRIOTISM OF OUR PEOPLE

It is Manifested on Every Hand--E
tertaind As Only the Warm-Hearte
SForidian Can-The Day An Event i
History of the State Metropolis.
SJacksonville, October 21l-This hi
been an eventful day for the people
kte State of Florida as well as th
4t of Jacksonville.
he city was crowded with visitor
ad tMbousands witnessed the parad
Al o feature was the appearance (


Y I PR tDEIT ROOSYi *T.
4th 8"bd regiment of State militia
The pared* was m e red all along th
lill and many belldinog were hand
somly deorated.
A the atand where Ihe speaking was
to take plaee there was a large asem
ble. Mayor Nolan delivered the
address of welcome, which was fo'
lovrd by remarks from ov. Browarir
Ia his address President Koosevel
dwel ho tbe Pmaama Canal at some
leagiU, delaio that the work can be
doew sad will be done.
There wa nothing to mar the oaee
o Sad it was a great one for the oily
Fighting the Dispensary.
Asheville, N. C.. Oct. 21.-With 'th
Islag of an order bW Judge Pritchard
l the federal court commandiug the
members of the board of control o
UWflo eaoaty, South Carolla, to show
easie why the Brice bill should not
e declared anconatitutloual. begat
wat Ii eopected to be aae of the moo
Ittrly fought ad Importaat case
msaag ftre Sro th Carolua ta somvu
yan. TIe suit bear direUtly opo
ta dtpesry system nl the state. sad
Sthe oppol, aa breas. dispeay
-i at*dWe y., will be Warmyed
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400,0 IN MONEY REOVERED. grap,i or that there at not tan.
IG EO RGIA WELCOMES healthsi gn* iO. the body ,d a,&4
Express Clerk Who Stole Large Sum I plitic; buIt I do t an to ay that hil
T t Burned Large Bills. HWO E1CUf TI E Y E alust not .0w a foolish opttmi1p
Bridgeport. Conn.. Oct. 21.--Edward LALUUI we must no :vs b i, o
,Mwe tat no less b< .arlt of a mBW
G. Cunllffe, the Adams ESpress enu. bli
Lt ploye who diAappwarcl from. Pittsburg bli ndw y pe shoii vtih:. *ntnit sarch.
with $101,000 antid us arrested hre Gate City of the Smo:h RecOivsi to. out what s wro,.' a,! innli.nehll.
yesterday, started back to Pittsburg as tlut t i I I It
withhte detectives t(.xay. president h0 ally. u rolute in l iig t ,med., it.J
But at the sane' Im' 1 Wt Illtl III no
E unliffe seemed mre l spirited -blind -- orlves w ihat hai .. a
toda) than he was thun first captured. MAKE GREAT DEVONSTRATION complilahed fowr gitEl and ai i all At,
,n- lh expikltied this b)y oayiug that 3I mut not lom ,r hld and hlcomell
Shad hoped to arrange for Iflient trvat. PLre dent Roor velt C-livers Speech eiher hy.terihal or r:ancioruu i In lap.
ment after reaching Pittsburg by triat
n ing on nls secret .a to the whereatbablti at Fair Grounds--- Praises the iing with what 1. haid.
Tinke uch a l(lh .htion,. fitr In.tance.
of the stolen mointy, but the fact that South and Laude He, Achievements. a th qitestih. or rather ht, Igroip of
Sthe detectives recovered tSol,o00 of the Fifty Thousand VlA rs in City. questit0on1. conIlecld ilh th. growtlit
ni,)ir-y In Bristol. ('Gin., lamt evening tR os f rpotioll n til miiry This
f rp le select After be'ln told by the detlce tlt, president of th, il ld 8talt, gtIowth h of ti, .lital f% i1 s l, ln.
ties of the recovery of this niony. and Mra. Moovelto Hirt lady til doubtedly ihe rl, th o f e i, lt in this
('uillffe said that hIt had buirnied the the land, arrtd at .\ a .!a nt.I'r- col entry has d la l lU v I "tIflti.ll
rest of the amount stolen, because e the itl at 10 o'clock in a al train ou.t ate acctlmpaI.mi ntim Inut it i e.llit tol
#. bills were all or lacgl denominations tihe Southern ratlwa. ii won me that nuch the wur-,. dliatnlia, thiat
of and all on the sai;le bank. mukinx It guests of Atlanta ull' o cl oock p. ni people of woa!lh caln l Ihe r. ti of, us
-daingerous for hini to carry them about. 'The visit of tie pr ll to IGeorgi is not any acr1ial ph)leirl eltai II, I
,-t i s Indi Atlanta is parl ly ll roari the awakening ii otlr ,brtea,1l4r 1f ter,lr
$2,000 to Find Husband. ate. Mr. R~oAeve., i th r win a tn he iltan v'*. of Willsillngor
Los Angeles Cal., Oct. 1.--Mrs. Oeorgia by birth, an I n..ie of her wetI, iand the, iIan oif li, r, ,AIl'I
H. S. Francct, wife of a fornier motor. lancrtor occupy a I, '11. t place In for th', ,.allnit aL,,,. ,r the. ultiall.V
man of the Pacific Klc ltric Railway the history and traillt the state. me., nvi ,. o, i wing itn ranteiro
company, has inltrledl an advertise. She was wooed and at 11 y ilte' presl env) ;land haretd Ih l iiie of %. ilth
mcnt in all the leading daily palersil elnt's fatlhr. a norlih i IItn. anld left merely helnuiati tin are iltrn of ie allth.
of this section, sliting she would lay berr southland home i.st iherl ivy I., of e iile. Inerely a kild of
$2000 for Infornialcin that would lead with him in the himie tIf his people cerookeid nanilrllll oni. ali we oft(n ,1eri
to the discovery of the whereabouti of The prealdent is reli ,s', Ily ani In. the very nln t i I. in public tl mItw In.
her missing husband. Prance left the directly wit.l many i, be lIst known tenperatl in hlq lintinclallian lfo
home here last Auigust and has not fanlllies n (oeorgia. u, 'i. ilit to the wealth, in his privati -lif ti mlit eager
been heard from since that date. Ac- lLrlhood home of h:,. 'l'r will be to obtain wealth, In no matter what
cording to the story related by Mrs. tith, most interesting I, t :e of his trip fashion, and at no matter wlat moral
Prance, who Incidentally lays claim to tlu the south. eat.
being a first cousin of General Stone. It Is but natural t!H 're p4eopl of Need of Government Reoulatien.
wall Jackson. France secured a leave Gorgia should feel o the' prell. trtdobtedly there Is need of regular
of absence from ani employment and dent. HIe mother. t t..utifutl and tion by the government. In the intervit
taking with him the sum of $2,000 left charming Mils Bull.h e.ndeared her. of the public, of the aegreat eorpors.
their home and failed to return. Mrs. self to all who know anil her fam Uons which In sodren life have shown
France has lately fallen heir to $40.. IIy was one that. has na leader of themeelve to be tie m lst effilelnt
000 In cash and large property Inter. men and prominelut *!ie the affair buttons Implerntsl, a.1 which are.
eats front an uncle nl Alabama. of the world, therefore, the lre,,..-nt commonly
The presidential Iu visited early employed by the owner es !rrae lor.
Treat Coneumption at Home. In the morning the :I town of Rim tuees. The corpoiatlon ia the cret.
New York. Oct. $1.-E-aphaali on well, sad all the de-. a for entertain are of the state. should always
- the act that he did ot appreciate tie met t and r tpiinn i been omplit be held ase untabie to sier sovereign
i fact of the benetta of the high altJ.I d. Thousands orf imlrlt (Gourglans sad this acoaintsbillity Iholild tb real
e tadn la tuberewlokIe Dr. A. Knopl. of from nearby cotni *.. were on hand to sad not show. Therreor, in my Jud1-
Sbe New York State Medlcal uaocia. tender the pre ld ,' a gre(inlt and he menl, all corporations daolg an Inler
Uon yesterday stated blh belief that wan shown the' w 'e that were no state builnera and tnle mlean the
Scores obtained tla I ordinary home ell. j familiar to lit i,,,her ldring he.r great majority ,f the largest corpora
States, while requiring loongr seem to youag womantl: o 'I'his ils i to Ro tiua, ibhould be .ield seawoustablb to
U be more llafeln. Dr. Knopf declared well was the hni i u clilminallon of a the federal sOter'mntl, itwauese tll t
that the modern sanltarium for con. desire tae plre ti in f it for many acruunltbillly should 1e oeitelnslv
*aftmilves Is 1Ct safest plaoe not to years. wllh I.wir Drlli of action i)et lua
' contract a tlberculosl disease at, and President's Atlanta Speech. ertalnly we should Ou sthiiv to pre.
Sn3tvlad of belIe a menace to a nelxb- Henre la thle I, lnllntirIl ri nler vent or lilit corporate activity. We
Sborhood Is a benefit btcrauas of the lea- in this ity iI, a tiyp:A a isul i houlh J trite to seure such eective
sron of cleanliness and health it teach., ra city. and ih,. f a. )pirsl Amier servrlion over IIt, suh powsrol rleu.
S S leaL city., it i n, ati l uto ontlil r cr laiion ouver it, as to enable N to guar.
S Char with Mi le t tl pheae of manylideld landau ante that Its activity will be eselr 4ed
Charged with Manalatr. trial problems a t his gee rallonl only In ways beeMeitl to the peble.
,Vew York. Oct. S--A able, dispatch, b" to sov II ls lJ ofciirs 't thi, UlWldoM 0 sil W9- 0M"8
Irum a nri say l hat Killott "pi.l preticallyo i:,,-elhle to ti, sleb but mlagulded 0Rort to cheek iorpor.
, a son of the late Coloiel Bl ot 8Op-' erse of any kind ,n a lare seNe with e ait lll hbee il a slovews L trI
ard, and a grandson of the late W H. oul palang ion".- .f fo it *I e b Ae la sremt years by owr espr
e Vanderbilt was arralgned yRtordayo on eplionls to th* ru,,. ,ru tmo few In war. me *i tlhe* lllpplae sad ais Port
f a charge of manslaughter. He bad rat our pan he,. to thet. ad as Sae Oir satilel lolitolas very
been auloinobillng Il company with, a rule It niay b. ... 4 that isol hl properly lytl dieterntd thali the isla
t Tmu Thorne, a race horse owner, an moat be plid as an oae for ery hold aot be etillt by tewtprs
a cJauffur. and the oar which Lep! thig we get o.l f,.r everythlngf ar without regard tO the ltevets Of 4l
Sard was driving struck ad killed a, compliIh Thib. Isbly (rue f mir poo* p epo tMhe Isad tlhemelao bet l
5 a girl. Ex Miullter Policarre e. aIdustrial life. T'. problems tia. etiforleSaltely l t hei r mal it percent
I ductcd the prus 'cutios In mae we of America l hs to fale lny are the U la4e1 f 1 h1tagI ltapAepity l0
s caihtng aitlak ,n ite prior, wai every aroeriso. but- .. will 4do well in rI pll ed tthey tra U* MIrse OI au 0e.
I aroumsl some of the aUdJlese to such member that afrtr all tOry arne ay werty am Il learl yI, sad Ia sme rie *
an eitont tLat the preidlt df thil part of the prie" b'L'*ll we hate Io pay ee0iu vle. it khmper ead retad ll
Seour threatenedd to clolar-e room. Ir thoe rliumlph we have m. f#, I.r h dvetoImeat i (e i e lead There
High pIoli' m to whche we ave a ti sM that the laei *wJ mee
New Depeo fr Chiags. taled if ** were* a bekea4 au theam to av thMr great staT J .
Cj.acaso. Ort. :1 Pam ter the co. statloeary coeit ry we iM ei have se 4tepe ma tUme rmeri -l
siructioa a a rew railway latUoe a to hace sIe' pmbalae at allU. t tI a be dWipAai -| by tUe ahodail a
coos flrm ($;.w Oe to I10.ea e I, thkh tihai met of e le i eed that l a I e B1phI. ig, 4l 'st. will Mlt L
and *arlrrmeot of easr er tems I to e ba-waru d am sahtary eed eu be pt a t n tnm a toer m i I
ala at a cot of tb he lasle If t *00 i strherk toeo kher a pri to pay I l advll-m m to *ele 1, a
i0 are being reetdeoed by tee n*e ew the aoeI4(e. 4t ot ,erAem pI-l -I I rlllesa e. W e Ia
leseta of toe pr-II eeasl aml'a' q, mlt TUh sr Ister ier s Ib S m set mrelly ard bet a
at Ca:a ad A4dam ret The e*e b. where fee *!* ifS So be defte >AiameI. with the rea g M I
rods4e. itar u' 3 the teasyliVaLia. Pa bhy lMa Tb re as t'ret4 do- 0at5il po. Ite Ie oi
had4**. aio a PeaIylvalsa proper. ashet eororrnatpire wI Ithe perly 1 iA h1e Me sIed ald thIen i
the ('tSlax sad Alar the (b Clr e the eU m aWUI r l e s at L tM att 9 st tmese adatac (e te ei
Millwale* an t t Pael and te Chlca sc t o et *h to lag 1 mrpersu. u7 It Me dlewe tesm t li. e B g-e a
gs. lrtai' m sia d QuiIey. have al Tbi t s dal)ersty tob m me l *I e wea pm* I l il or be I )
ready ai*- share the eas et the 1ds wri the tfh *aef 4 rsga lo **I** 9 the lea4 d. a -r
p M the I', f ,*ltraste to d riedw fro r it ( eW tIhal le Pt ',rOig Tte biof sesEe bIhy i
the ol? ,, OI* a o .ii*tme e. the1 r ee. Tb-, i- am gy ese.*lee 1t | g e lO Ipop 4 mi be t =h i
vale o er ;.- W; t to kt ec.p5*4 *9 w* ****- lA I eat *, tP Malm
__-- 4trl ,te 9 '^ 5 we a n' tI iaoweibe emA ltel m IMI
ee'*va*"' Ce ge as Pc b-~en to I r.,MI astarel i 1Il 1 woe' **c(ut to the ta M i
Mae..r << E l Tli ctirg9 ctrlbl VrIwa 4 *, Is w plrt a tIa i h t s ** tiB as


tin moaat"Ia mesas m a Lanvisa, -. J.. '4 'he4 vibO Ai Ohr 4 theoi Oto e" "Goof wetfl tn d m
O, (Cus"as '54cteaw Wb WTI" w Ik"awv plais a t N meWNA aA.beIn m lee im t itothe bow"4a a
-0tW (*tem %f ki, Ot 0860t f'be growth "dSa ri ii- pawa s aOe.., tam tmSep be
as Iwore ) gg. 4W~.e. TO 1%= "woe e k N -PatWm W wemir: v m Sp ow
- sim" .- 4 d a pa own*amp mm. 140Iwi o' *%ah so he biembWdaf inS 4 M4m."Natm softhp
b"tone00 atba am" "kW towI d a OWmewsam af n" e, oosSO
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;NTS A WEEK


HOPES OF AN EARLY

FROST, ENCOURAGING

Tho Blisard in Northwest May
Xeach Feter Disruiat.

SITUATION 6140*0 IMPROVMIIEN

many Marine memIW" Serg1" Can
Now Return te T11I0 1 ti5M, SeW&
Will Rerriiln In Crmeee Oftm UMII
After Prieider.t's VISIt
Nouwv 01uta, L O21.-Tbe V*
i~ 1 1i katt adilig livrti today with a
m lIt, tintmwraturt, forrecasterd. OmI L

.&o l tbtrt Is hope tar lthe Way* Will
tuiiit tills *AY 1404 a dd We UiaWI) I
''"ilt'l to tile' premeot ICver bLM. It
o-i.y ute'dt4* anuthor ould samp to wlm4
u i moot it( rtkwait-Ilung qttare.
kmimmi iiavItI at parishes to order the
lmIl'11A of quarantine In IK James
*in!h ljirew lIw hwr bars today.
'LVovtli)' dikiharxem arf 4004tW 10
Wins too, ('asoI.4 no4w und7 tietin*eM8
SIt lill I lic iut lik i oiark mud owing t90
till h il)i lt-ltt bha sbtn lWat *la
iin in nt,% cases oro terewit h
a Ls.ts Jv:rgnV In the cas1 e IIiU 0*

All! suign point it thf h that teMO
pri-t-i s wn' will reomrit!the WVe '.
ntilmcer Uo f atid mince. July. ,
'I'liuk lb. situation here Is ao no
itlt1*roiiv&d that Dr. Whit* woul]b be *W
to amro souiv of his won to be oto
e4 it sthivr stations aW II to uadoruSU
that all *1b4 are now here or ssIaft
stll remain until Proolfrat 3.lt
arrivalImo at)th~e 14ymay be Ip1- 10111
io a bodyt to* 6h obwf magietit
In his muno" atestis to ssl
to the- fet t a though tbent %
Ww. atlarge mmber at eoftv
reoas hero, sy of temm
muneo, not a Single obaa ,
althog aal el owemed Ibomeel
great InJilfformo to issuer Is
a*.igboritoslos@ otfh wont
Not 0Itwe thas threw or toS ?we"
0.0 11 ilnd aho.4those .rseoreu'ed
Thi case of 1Illnois CostreJ
gruah perstor Matthews, Who
ittchor. 1A, wyield not pen*
ubark cand reached SWs Bata l ..,
t4fils out 14)o a a simple am d &S.

Tbh seecad of atehrnea st roWe.a
Is hi. ssbo onrpcfl#J, bat Ik s W g am
at" 114 Irg*. There hasle Waa M

a... ma~r nppeL d at Jasaette : 47
at 1141,dwii. both sear r~sshalli
Is of Us #ayV prish. K;i I Mai*
ir.d not Ipwu liable, that 10 S4
08esi 46q from Peterms 9", to
DIr. r(rpol, W the uSA b1
poivic. is '11 ieeeV", %0=.$~I
Ibe re Were m"Ahawm*4 him Ibet
P" eule a resccUN 1 ftadirm isi,

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A ABY CRY?
ESTION i
Because it is either hun- war. J(
Son Mnicipal gry or in p Properly .or a
nourished wii usually row -r ne t-he
up right anQ be cofotabli .
NQU LD OWN LIGHT PLANT -that's thd principal thipg 3ar1 amoI tS o w omei n bew who l
.dtM" -lam e dras.. I have
t d O Why Vitrified for a baby. If its food, s U aNmmm cud
46ood Resones Why Vitrified ha,,..,ut-4 ad Hum.ea[ W
should k b Used for Paving. strength and no. V"u w awa
Last a Life-Time and is Always add Scott's EmulsisC t o..u wO. eu un .
epa. inm< time. A few d mps i wi w**,w dad i
i*jF"'1 i made wluta > ag t fst,
r prly TO., Oct. 15, 19M. show surprising reIiba. a4 a ra low tbM ciot bad pa p neI~
S. a.T, Ts. baby is pli I it reason- t. t wa a eat stre Or. It wo.
baarn istmgrl is ,am tn
w r or-I se, by The ably safe.,, Scott's Emulsiona ms aaa bis e aeprted t tows with
eloth suSeleat $t get some rtm t. Op
%= that she people of makes babies plump. tb w9 Siet'rmS d be Md a .
Hle voted for Improvement mhw ar b 6l Im be wts, 5lp
bk t 10 so 1, sad will say abr( We'u uad youa ampIrfree. de oided to ttno eo l b Of th e clot
'$loat this 1is the best piece of Scot b 4 4p09 Nq Yo. te to two p113a he to srtrtch a glam
tL y ever did. The oity sod let out of t
must bare cheaper lights, If took gre t Interet Ia th Usk tlo
lighu are to be a source of os.* MR. IENDEL*S bPARTURM. dsmiry. We fed the Woms on mal*
and comfort, rstead of a berry lesVte, ancd Sec bfeautitl a f
of extortion. And bim only Por Thirty.ven Years He Was a we did ha A briglat stpe l ap a aO
on earth to pt ths M Nre. Resident of 4aineevl. fte neM ad iO It ndn f ttAl,
mto a e reasonable 1s, taii'*nl me1"iaf mts .i6
sto a reasonable s atni After thirt. oevs sooneatmlIo year boes embrdeoRd em the, bkc. Nte ot
a s etriptly rlsel serv-o of rmldoea- t hisble osil dariges w ob wet to wMets lwe thet
Ielpal ownoerhlp. I iomles oe im e i e the ey proper Kna bd a O and yo pul st .
Iaga- ens f rligti d rt ." lul. b le hamt halyprperAt-w Ul h or un amkarh til
P ityoo wI a00 Si o sea he kom. a Wat o' tt thread to|
IY t porno ber i tOo as frday Yo N ork, whoe be pro 1 put a 6 tbleaktstrthe
A p pwa M w d, atd at tht rs she poew toma e has tro oar me. He att and Iwerea, t i wred. We bed
Ia aiOM p od Ib es too, bte waseompealed by twofh df his da boe ado e Swna sand aUd kinds of as.
b-ob* a thr o eand s sd tom, Missee I anol and Aiale, MM tMrita for trlgmalg A cloth ftm
iS bt th M ad RosBlo beolg already North. made tiff ad svered wthb served
in per M w s Mr.odel was engaged n the mer. eows bora as mch dadmir, It
BiB A S heoad theei. onsti| bione hero for masy yearn, did look like a cowenut cakIe-C r-
"e"n^ thre e bu owing to mifrtfeorB lthe datk lo tto (N. 0.) Oe6rv-8. .
"oft i m *lof b hi devoted wife heo eoo aM otb
l adl, wh trse a mur tsla A ded eleus Inqguir.
Ionei wice a oo etonsa hero, aoonqaoall decided so A Jdi
mgi01 woo, Ifts eontlg m. *ake his home elewbero. Hlo atndmo A well koow traveling man who
mo UnI^ O 5osl5 U is. oue friends here regre to lae him as visies the drug tude says he h as often
inwties oIfwea ilisa o w a eilsepo-, buas wish him eoaoss aod hoard drogglsm taqire of oNloeasti
Siha said Aseaw,,and w a happiness I his ew home. who asked for 4 oeph omedilise, Un
tl w a yVo amwrd IM a Fl o whether It was wanted for a hild or
to writs re0 thot we (Mr. 8. Pull of Traglc Meanis oan adult, and it for a child they almat
iu ITM it O n ( 10 o r ie Are those lion from J. H. Simmons leariably reemeiad Obamberielo's
or feor bos I OMnoe- of Casey, I. Think what miht hare COoub BRemedy. The reaeo for this is
t s oe rN o yoor at roemlted from bhie rrible oouh be that thatthey know then s no dangr fro
4 IT abpro n er of le had lnot skeo the medoime about Is and that It always sor. There io
^l mb "ad a mood fler which he writes, "I had a fearful Soh t the last dsBser In giving i. sad
we will eem sad mdake k s difatred my eighS's re. I tid for sought, eold and aroep is ts us-
er future om ho a in everut lohia would relieve surpassed. For ale by all drousta.
49 cereals but our oohUroe In o .l.re
sBlooeIi towsa in theSte, do It0, until t took Dr. King's ow Dieov- TbhI Strooea Sam U nL Ell
ish tow s i the Sandb tedn o ry for eaoammpiton, aoughe and colds, One of the he fw Itantce of a stream
l sdeoIeoplg and bolMfIg p whih completely oared m." Inrtaut- running up hill can be foud In White
e eomme M ty of wrhIo l relies sad permameatly aurse all county, Oa. Near the-top of a moor.
lie is8 the Nsater. I also so- hboetaadlualgdisaen; pventsgr taln is a prtIinL vfdently a siphea,
j10e are glog to speed e to sad peumorls. At all druggits; and tbe water rnhes from it with sat.
thcand dollar on paed sedL; o d 1.00. Trial bot. flet force to ry It up the aida
ad In bi sensation I wish Trlfro a very steep bhl for nearly balt a mll.
oear vlwuod au Ites to ltrl l fre. -Reaching the crest, the water low
.tIl, tlbe orIt of whlbh for Pairl Patl I Parll to the ut, anrd eventually Snds aM
*Ia- ko- Sheo W I fr way to the Atlantie ocam. or aootr
,-ftag StUSIats i thousand tin lFairr notice is hereby given to exhib- t is of the same naMure as a garye
hEaW aw say oater nmalrlal whibh Itors. The train for eow and horns but the spectacle of a stream of wat
b, i) o esedoIMlly uoed I ilorlds. will leave elatville Saturday. No. Bowing up a steep teatae can probably
eavy las which waseb away enaer 11thll Hog*, shp, oats sad be foundl nowhere e lan the country
rain a shelled or emsebad reek ualves(ia grates only) an be wast from "ad appear ereo mo reuark~ble
street, simply aleaes and beu the secret lsation to the exhibit, than tbhe *ysers of the Yellowston I
a vitrified brisk paved street Turkeys, ge( e, duolks ad bhlokeao, -IIIY
ld bhe winds and gale that pik up and all s almals not weighlng when ure Winter Cough.
S t r erry away the srfoea of a rook oraed over lO0 pooads, ean be sea by J. E. Over, 101 North Main street,
paed $treat In dry weather, am tbis express, sad moet be shipped not later Ottaw., Kn.., write "Every fall It LI
o e ravel Mud saod to eomat than Moeday, Novembar 18th. Cane, has been my wife's trouble to eath Ob
.ik paved street and makes It trons* posted plant sad perIlhable Ihlnp severe sold, sad tlrefore to oough all U
por thea Is was before. Is addltloa to muse also be seot not later has Mon. winter long. Last fall I got her a bot
SIthis difforenors, a vltrllod briak day. November 1thb. Very District le of Horehood Syrup. She oed it o
Spaed Strest I always la good Commariloar has beoen alt a supply and has bea able to slep sooudly all
S(lir nediRn no reparln. and a of hlppints.gad e other ar be mlghtloln. Whenever tlheought r Bale b-
' hell or reek paved stret li ua- asd aMordlna to direUoIes of tbhe bI bher, swo or tbre dose *mop th
e s4ya In bad order and needing Prealdet of the Pair Aoelatlos. On oe5b, and oke Is able So ba us
da ty repairs. I hope you thu ladue boxes, barrels and eraste me two tag., wel" ne, 'le* sad *1. Sold by W. M.
r eer liJy so adnpt lad use the briek one with blaek priat up, mad ems with nson. ......
pvla, M a ltis not oly leaanndbeau. red prInt up. Task on seurely. If ov.enee II Ill.
Imlh-but evorlaing. h ost a Itttle you wlh to sell your oIhlbite I TIaa. It Is a dangrou peat 13 ay mBua'
S ane to put dowa. bot one' dowi It li pa, state your priee la the small quare carter wbea be feelas e fe his pea-
ther M l ood shape for a ihfelame. I on all red letter Ilde of tas, and iff to a or hls ft3e. OC.2eoMrep in
Uldoa of Ocaober lO~h. This art iol, sell symptom of deetaterst~l Wa do
o lo ou h psit ,ad a beet work when we aue stra lagb
S aow you the poitvetand taken "Ift yo wln t more a writ me ot or po sition whe va are trylSg
b. the Board of lubllo WorkL of Jack- ones. Cut thie out aad refer to it of with all mht to l asuM
aville in faro, of Tiritlond brick ten. You're trly, t, to attala that wbteh tha bat e
SpaaVents. au aaltnst eruehtd rnek, Jtn W. TraeC, NMr. IeM. Ieigs for.pfatire' Mo as. J
? shaort anyIthlng le. My stht pay- Oaia eville. eti. SI, 106.
tagbilli Jaehaovtlle year, all - ----- A Quraeed Owe oa. Per T1.m s
Itlaeod brik, amooute to l..!). but Sptrkn'd Mk Ankle. la n. bitd, bleelimg peosuiag Ges^ Islad ol
I .wa athor pay thls sum uone and ir.lory Utmbrg met with quite u miles. LDralste are suth d to a.-


: as: taelopmentu o ctian. rmllooth, scoldeOt Friday, while working with fSed mroy if PAIl OINTMENT
4ry pavetaW for a generation than the Loag I)i ssee Telephone erew. fall to airS In to H dIays o. ManUi ftotuit
1pa $li for rook or shell I spent a liI wa. well up oma 0.Iht pole.whe *m .lan
wah is Obai amage during the fair ,at irp4 over. Vmber jemped to It was a New g d M pars w
ait. o daype while there is ralnt e( tlear of tbe pole aAd epraled o*m amasiueed toeh rg r |l -- Soe tAleV l
Mrosateet are paved wlth s10ter l (ti> >r h h skins. ThePoIe had tbee *et day. "TIri ba eory a ar a it ----
,.telea).ant I was very mesk inulreel iu the roned er theN a ribeha. title ~art ot Jo0sIss 't e ase e
atb thr apeiram a comptred to I -- -d -upo th waves, au WitH
* wpanedrworeeaofJeksovell ThI Cure O aend mFver. ea a "'ph-eaa-m- t ChMtaL
S I ter aftr a mta ob bright ad pretnyI O. Wit, XMawgd oeoe. Tae, T ,
M. ueof poot of warr. the other- ,o his daughersbrl h Ul uand h r M 'S.:
,AM Is la aste of ud sad water. It r thr e, i bases e seM me le d a aledB 6a4 aoM tml A 4,
Yoar friend. this that waMd he l) b tUI be sed v6-Ahl What a*ng g Bft d
T. H 0tia|iu.st iow flirb>t Hills wlhilmetbaph e t me mewMS*n ow? an bsh aft
without it. and asoes ag te mua dian w mat My l@aa b k l t B~
AHatin, Odd Feaolte. forl e W. k JehMBn. ba bardl bu Ib 4 i .


|| The ular weekly meetisn of Oem.
ILedoe s. 11,0. O. ..will be
FIM i Muses-I HaU MeNday e*nf.
t 8 O'Od Tbee ill be work
a l rFirmt AtllsU tseeda m Io e.
. ~ saMd vAtiei tbgbaer. will receive
4it Ildal wel mn
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ACKNOWLEDGED
TillHE BET
MACHINE ON THE MARKET
SI Has Tabulator
I K N -ON-
Every Machine.
gbheet Shift! Lighteet Ruoning! The
uampio Speed Writers of the World
s the FaySBboloe. More Fay8-holep in
a in Gaievlle than any other machine.


THE SUN, GanesRIlle, F.,


DUTTON&CO.
----DEALERS IN-
Eslaod Cotton.
ton Seed, Bargin and Twine. Walrus
IALter in trip~ or 81deA
s of the James Doig Improved EnglAi
d otton Gin. and 8upplie for me.
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 22, 1905


EMENT

fATSITAI SERV1lFI


BEANS NOW MOVING.
Planers From Mcintoh Section Say
They are Brining t;od Prces.


...* 7-W wn roon s% yrp TUItoslI ,'!' Pers fPIm the .' i' ,ish .r,.tlin
.41.1 latime. :;, by drsagg!
Si___ wh have vislel th,, withi'i Ih,
j w New lral Routes to be ,Egs. i I sts t s or three dx-' -se that the
WU" bdi d at an Early Day. .5 ia ,r .,i iii that ..t ,, ar a
-not only a little erl t it f exreption-
OOI0VENIENT TO PATRONS NEW OF CITY AND ally prolific. The q'i, ty of fruit i,
COUNT O ENS ) proving of et lit y, maid inl
wM tic v Large Number of People a all D-aue lnatur ha ,I trobie to
bean growers tthie i
Wsl Daily Mail in Many Sections of Mrn W. IH Palmer, who has been in Beans have bern in :f,,or the past
44unty-New and Modern Cancel- JacksonvDlle for some time for medical four or fife dal,. t I iistred of a
a Machine Just Installed. treatment, will arrive home to- northward mannllJ i ihe majority
day. Her numerous friends will be are shippintl STani;. Ah. re they re
Altag with other constant and sub- pleased to learn that she is improving. realizing $I to 12.O0 p r crate.
statial improvements which have Arthor 8. Harris, formerly with 8.
mad Gainesville one of the most thor- Thomas of this city. but for the pass Doctors SaId He wotld Not Live.
olghly advertised cities in the past year connected with the Georgia Sup. Peter Fry, Woodlr, :Tl a writes:
ear, the Gainesville postoflce comes ply Company of Favannah in the c-. "After doctoring for :!o years with
in for its proportion, and Postmaster pacity of traveling onlesman. is spend. the best phyeleian i Waynesburg,
Arnow and those who have uasited ing Sunday in the city. Mr. Harris and still getting wur.- the doctors ad.
him deserve a great deal of credit for appreciates his friends lihre, and never visd me if I had any .iuess to at
the excellent system which hIa been loses an opportunity to visit them isi a tend to I had better attend to it at
itnaugrated, and which is being Im- social and business way. onee, as I could i possibly li'e
proved as every opportunity. Within
proved at ery opportunity. Witi Dr J. ). Watkins of Micnopy was another month a thl wea no outer
the past twenty month. Gaine.rille ha. ol.'s K#il CurP wa. r....
the past twenty months Ginesville has among the prominent folks from that for me. Foley's KI(I y C(re was rev.-
ibee favored with a complete free de- section who favored (aineaville with a commended to me by riend, and I
Ihery system and one route of rural visi yesterday. Dr. Watkins owns a immediately sent nmy n to the store
freedelivery, and Distributing Clerk flne arove, and sa the trert will bear fr it, and after takI. ihree battles I
Be J. T. Arnow, who has been at work proliflely thi season. The fruit also en to get better, ki continued to
on the lists the prt e ee, reports promises to be fine, and altogether lie improve until I wa rely well." J.
that oor additional R F. l roue sees no reason why the growers in his W. McOllumi Co
hveenseord as followssection should not receive good returns
Route No.2, Gainesville to Rky frm their orange crop this year. Lkes wept b re Sto.
Point, Arredondo, Kanspaha, Millard Detroit, Mich.. (, --The lower
Sition, etc.; Route No. 8, Gainesville J. H. Manners, the uoaessful tra- la kes were swept ,iaht by the
o the English olony, Prairie Creek, eling representative of the Interns- hbavien t storm of 1 .on. NavlIa.
te.; Route No.4, Gainesville to Col- tion"al arresting Machine Company tion across thei liI I, croslbuiat
Olougb and Robertson settlements, ofOhicago. who makes his headquar- the mouth of the I .I ( rlver Is et.
covering a territory of about fourteen tars in this city, has returned from an tirely suspended t).! 1, r all but light
miles;RooteNo.6, from Gainesville in extended business trip to points in craft, the 40-mile .e t wind last
*northerly direction, embracing the South Florida. Mr. Manners report night having great % ,, red the st(ag
LaCronee sad Hague sections, and re- trade good, and declares that his irade of water. Lake liur hltng lashetl
tur via the Devil's Millhopper. hamt been better on this trip than any by a 4*mlle gale off !; 'lPnaa. While
With thee new routes Mr. Arnow sinoe his connection with the company report( from IAik, i ." are that the
states tbha about 16,000 people will be in Florida. wind Is blowing :; *an hoar,
nerved, wbich will naturally prove a Major W. R. Thomas has returned Grandbaven reports ";t.-mile wind
greateonvenience, as thele will have from points in Kentuoky, where be prevailed last night l.ke hlclaBn.
the advantage of a daily mail. has been for tha past few days select. The Buffalo and C land boats ar.
Aa examination will be held in this ing a stock of horses and imles for this rived safely but we,, as..
etty in a short time. when those desir- market. Major homa hat been In --
lag appointment as carriers may have the livery business in this city fur sea. Makes Homely Wmen Pretty.
a opportunity to enter. eral years, and Is regarded as one of No woman, ni mi ,r how regular
Another great improvement and Ia- the most competent judges of live her features may t can be called
bor.aving device just installed in the stock in the 8tate. He purchased a pretty, if her ou .ision is bad
poIt lee is a stamp chancellor, which carload, and as will be seen elsewhere Orino Laxative Fruit lyrup aide dl-
I t oeapacity of stamping 6,000 letters in this issue offers them for tale. Iestion and clears .rlliaw blotehed
per hour. E. R. Kite of Waldo, yardmaster oompleiions by e.ti lating the liter
of the Seboard Air Line at that place and boweb. One laiasatve Friltl
RELIGIOUS SERVICE8 and one of the leverest youag men io Syrup dots not nae.te l or gripe, and
Si Tody-the State, was i the elty Friday light is aild and pl.eIa-tt to take. Raeme.
At thVriouChurche Tody-Oth and yesterday. He same for the por. be the name (>r,.m and retfol to e*-
Announcments. po of having conferred the mssetries ept ny sub.tltote' IJW. lW Mollon
Following are the announcements of the degrlo of RA. iM. in the Ms. A Co
forlervices in the various churches of sonia fraternity, sad stated good-n-. Bryan to Meet the Mikade.
the eiy Loday: turedly at the conclusion that he "had
Kavaosagh Methodist Churoh. Rev, a plenty." While here he had hhis Tr kto. oct i T ,rem Ameritrn ain.
T. J. lllon, postor-Sonday school at name enrolled upon the rapidly ii. I* iter.. ll,,)t ,,*t j. will press
900 a. m. Preashing at 10:80 a. m.; eresing subscription list of The HOp. William J l,, i I emtpro
sobjee, "The least of These Jun-. Ot 21 IIll,' :,. n W; 1.n, the he4
or LeIague at 2:80 p. m. a fThior Lea- Master Wallae Wa tendered h reotar of In. \ r, :a nation, gave
ve" 8:a0p.m.;so.bject.."Callofthe young friends and sehoolmates achik- a luncheon t,. i In honor of Mr.
Hoetql Pharieve." Evening service e pilla *at the home of his rend. yaa, vl.ocs, t ok% furnir ai.
ti '04rekp ; subject, "uelp Those father, Jodle (eorge Arnnw, Friday Ister of fore-in .* .rs; Ierun Kentaro
t evening. and it is ned less to add that Kaneko. msen,t r tf he houe of pers:
Wetia." The oelrnlg at this sernoe
will be o the work if the Wun It e i.*eitsM enjoyed tshemelvte to the asd M. akatar. 'be vier. maallte of
will be for the work of the Woman'. e r c e
fllhi.t elteet. There were prwas fbnnce., were it, .- rit Thts on( mes.
o BoI tlety_. haout thirty friends of the yosig man, Ioeed oricial li a priomuuacr adv'ate
Firit Baptit Chreh, Rev. S. B and on la the l thy partleipated la of the gul4 d e1. t 4.
Roge peMtor- nooday ebhool at 9:3i varinos game. At a late hor the Plans tG O
a. m. PnileelI~ t 10:0 a. m.; subject. guests departed, wishing Mater Wal.
"Why Was I Bort" 8onbeams meet. elae nanny plesoet rtursor of the oe. A re oftenr rust r d by sudden brok
ing at 2:10 p. a. Juoior at 8.30 sion. ing down due 1t, 0j.pepeia or (0ct1s.-
tion (tresag. 1, .td ashe Dr. Klrt's
Evenlng *avels as 7:A) o'clock, out- Don't be Impoud Uponi. r life iIs I t ake ol the as
Iet, "TeOold Mine of Humanity Foley & C ('hiCao orilinateid teria whbeh ar. etulgioq your e er
Holy Trility EpteopelObhrch, Kery honey and Tar as a throat sad long (le and give, ),, a w** ears Core
F. H. Oraighlll. restor-The following remedy, and on sesoas i the Iramlt headmsb and sl tnee too As all
t I pr1 ror thiimor m t mad popularity of Foley's Hoery drug store; he. u craned.
mg: eand Tar many imolattio arre oerd
Va ale*y. 0 Jiid.l." for the ges aae. Thees worthie lit. Tw Dfowrerd in 4eorm
Volmsa l, ".l O Joding.' tartloa bre tding nemllr ool delad ,In, --Le. a leksee
VPee ,tIeh it, CrusTth. aHe r o them. The Igetlae Foleiy's "a' o LtA ,LI el ed. the
O lt, S b.l Homey endl. tr is in yellow peekage. is & i
ea ]vd. Ask for it a kd ref se eayr .ebtatee. 4 -i : es dSi e @ad a
Dt totd, Chant, Asons Iif the ee d ',w e thirteen a i
4.. eS &. S, Cises. Aoe. W. 4141I Co.* r 0mped over earvd wh Ie mo
t at e***am a os to eg e- k smaid
11bim.- nm .. .. ll W ,ie .
IlI 4. "ilMe." TME YELLOW fIVEI. at at two e t@l mo weor drtwet
"Beat. S*tehcp. -- -- The She lo n will b a eart *Vre
SaiMismal, "Aus-trs. S.tuafion at P>acoae ht*rko*mg ghe sa I4ded with eaM Air Deiauet
latiag., -*art Maseb of the abOrti---
P1mI'Ns." Medetblhla. pemola. ese2rll-p to OI*o T l
J tday *m wow eetly ** emw
i1l rl, lt, Rev. ?. me de e,. Thes I* ***, ,m Ne dtS d
I. ISo. ll, -I- a I o, e0 e* yesy. d4 ** m te b w*ht I _..od _a.M lmasls i
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8LFWAM O d Da a Ps no'awe r-". D Passl bmem Ebe Sb.mwsNo w. eoo .
44 g a i b$
'Irclrr.0 1 W is posed from & tmrwrrC an pw. "eow del
'!- ~ in IoS. I A4 Now Of *"-' b ~
s oN,* rwea (). @e. St.-yes fl.. fto.V4i#am
mlhg Weambee "rof to sor n W"e. i LOa
akil~-ah as vow# speak 06. We fog **e wve mWp"dA soI amsdrW SS
&sb&lk. eemawly bee&Pdeem hutM4 IAN*.-TW a s00 ONIP
-ws bov ea0 a0. sM ub 5. 5"to eoelk.

____ @%m euef Aowb"" am" PWOjashometalp. I*as bmloo,
am& Om a $bo nsIM N N .m wdlh ge.so 16 Ow-
Wi ftin 3aS dad" -anaA
Ue~v ~ r 1 11 ~sd uses
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I A^teuiucll it l I t i 1" i%% l I 4 1 a 1111111 I1 llill4 111L ,
ledl to nlitlty :atltitwai ctNualtrl'tri| ulii
lthis scor'. .And N i -v,r'1g-aaI. lp 114V-
l tiii titt atI l grf'at iasl|it's \v ere tall
pnitid to amen hm' hlmIi llllol 1 (heir fril'tll
In himu, tliia,. .,ry \iv hait froilu omnm
wilut) e tll mtlaitil f(or iher In llt l hiIghe'ist
ralnk of tlih' iitiltitIt IllIarI fotr hesr ltho
e'relts of etilat elra: ft i itl rict ivc r lu
her h>hitlf thlt i is k if tltliikiusi like a
killg. I or th,.i i o1tit t4 thI, l m ,,iil-
talith llt 1111 n in i >t l \w I i.r' i t't- i ianI |
bly fort Igiit r.' trinis it rutr i,> i'>t ti t
thI '. fIII.rt 11 IC link ori I II ,Jl A 'A tryt
at n itll ts e l, hut a nL.I th at lt.- '.4 a1 t,
of rulem


L. J. BRUSY, 9ter buM Wn r,
OICALA, VIA,
Out r.. Tar S
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A handsomoly illustrate, mgIr
ii voted ealwa'ially to the inswsg
the frnit and vegetble guowr reo
Florids.

TI4F IIN


Yet t WI 4s tnlt H1 n 1111111 Iun Ii t l La I L
by any u nt un ii-. an iti1 .I1a a >l ii k 1.1 ls1 1t %111
"'t""'"t "'s"'"'""im t'w"'":""o JOB PRINTI
*th di( titllaill 'lnl, Ilr1' t"I t. IIf ,1,w I, l, I
O~e nias h r n tha In't i rsi 'nie'ui i' ti 'lt. a~ I
OWIIti full ll lit, ln hat vinlo.i DEPARTMENT
holat. iii It4, ofr hi h,.Iaui ,,g ii i pro MAkes a Specialty of All I
e sewisoni Is I'rimt too pe.-it th is \tr t P d
lnn lors to l.maiiiirtitI*' tl ati ev. of Plain and Fanoy
royal saigr tuti iiot i-*ist ilit iitial m
storest ldh "11 ti i xt h*ii .I t h awl YO1 |
king IsNuX il tll til'. ll t (1tli' r'.r,, C lll ia l
bolbonilha e f i ltl Itull h a Imnos.' sirieli
sutlttealy 1a1l antid. Ity thle t iw4%, irf, 1
"you shou nve a with n t ier Job Printir
day In ltirt wtvhn we, w tnt to la*
claim Il lnaurltlut M rlnart I:; Nulolh . F 0 r.
nl (Cutury i


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I...B u sin ess M en ,

CASTOR IA Professional Men,

Kw yo hulwjN" m. Manufactorles,Eto

Umc Legal Blanks on Short Notl.,
O"The follaiW nnl rtior s fl r ON' cm
-~ -) maii ul d u *r asutomors Iseelf4
TeJapa have y curiousIrb. ff
romp. (for suoking saee, oa w hic. )I c 1. OO
with tom n. almost a simple A *l flh0610"'111L. ?I&
diet in (ablt Japan and the Asiatic Doear In duro tme, M45 W111e 1
arehtipeiauti. A ,aeiatwer of atom-lea P utit ris 0001e ttiffe, adw il S
sewed are "histn. 5*u,. are sooktl. I ..t,.pre 11 9nmush hisa"tbeth
other. are dritel. Miany of T1 hJap your prompt atalenlee 1. U lis t
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UNwWIFE DON'T
W'hat was It tWt made 0%. Bull un-
delli'blyethe greatest political lflu-
ence In the bltory of modern Norway ROAST HER
'Ih-i viddll' k eitqy to read. Although H B comp.'t11116 ihtr it,' i the ah llily
heltw 'tt'i e OI1,bgOtn, n own yolt t broad tii ritig i I- i lir nimoi ths.
%v~i tit hti&t io 1*4umtnt, but oneof trakliq)Your lhreadlfrom
lklm't St'trely Ilt'ai l tl of 1vopan ot*
was~ comolviv, atid thto f~( tec)"IC( mi dII12
thekti for ih i'lutst part utitiorfurwabla Pink Dried I-li1ered ihally
Hlit Momair \N.ut lIhis v'l~n tlw T all part* of the city.Ait1-Uakes,
worshIbed %\ Ithl sulch nu tairihr of cofl Pit $and evr lier ;1dAwtioaa of
secrationat thit th l \itlh tituige oa tb idmoer)n. Up-ol-tite
works hjitl fr l n II I m st-crt. H il hik@sho p.
fullae, tthervrta'r,, %\i'u tf Atl:uL sinler that To S9 WIRI, 'tMriettr Keystoe
olwaitt all dtlotbr.i. uti-4mviitand chalet kawy Phe. 564o .
valtuuhtt lslike ltu'auuuartk atuattl Vonleltke --
we're his LiilIlnuit-it, nitlibe' wau their
coaafitdlitt. T1'o "Torldtirts like Ikazt, The Florida
('11411411 411141 Ml~ lidt-114sol in it,\%11 A omvI ( llI
01-40.at146IF Ilat and T1 uok Grower
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TRlEP. ~L! 8~rN: 9A1ZNE81~IthI FLORIDA., OCTOBER'82, I19U _


S *aI LY QUARANTINE CONVENTION. STATE INSURANCE.
A very earned s desire is felt through- Jve solneeThe 8un revived the Stst
out the South, particinarly in those iqh e quesIoe there hs been
b thr Pnst 0oie Glmfta le.Fri.. sections elthtr invaded by yellow uteiroor les. favorable comment on t
USeeeed-elsmeulUh.e. fever, or demoral.zel by qvurantinne. object by the'press of the 8tate, and
,UO-- -T.o make thv Quarantine and Irum'grM-t." 40i apparent that at she next soe voe
Al ...AR T........ sateEditor. tion Convenion which m-eta at Chb#e of the Legistla pr there will be a we
....-.. Aee tanoogn, November 9 aid 30, a *.ne rival of the ;asisr in earoeet. In
u'RT2z.................. City iitor. ces. Tre advantages of warty e0U4p speaklo of the fuauranee bu41neso The
in this matter w'U be reeogoled by Palatia Tie-wHerald says:
J. BRUNSY., Uen'l Traveling Aent, all. The quarantine qne0ttAoo hoi d 'The qu-etlt6 of the State going .
F- ~ Com n ~oom. be acted on and decided white it is be- to the laeriuoo boelnes will certainly i
W1R fore th. pePplea, wife the A*peorleeass oreM l the es fol, attention of the
OVril: PORTER BLOCK. of the many unwise, coBtradtetor alid s XLglatvag e. Govrnor Broward
Mains treet, m S. TKLUPHONR 43- onerous quarantins of this summer f h *Me sopps of tbe people on his ,le
X u, published evey rn-e- are still fresh In their memories and Ieald to tsbfl SafImportnos matter."
ty, delivered bycarrierin the city, or when they know what should be done. Othersitha eXrssed the same sen-
Ssay pArt of the UnitedL tateis,potae In a fow months, with the ousting of ieaSt, and it I quit evident that we
'so8year: ,$2.50 ix months; s 1s5 three the yellow fever and the revival of aate ja State Insoranee, as well u to nA A I PMd steps Irntaons. subdaes Idaem-
,or cenfor five wecks--trictlyi business, most of the people will hae have the eompealeo under Govern-. a 0d t as
______-___ forgotten what they have Rme Im.et control. P RTiA TUE tIh PMes boenI 0 the b9rous 'lhmesM
notice. in locnl column o cents a lee through, or will be too busy to gi lts a fre dr1a b si0 M gvin theo MascleJ
insertionu and cents for each ad their attention to the eabeiotof o w*- The Levy County Advocate, pub.
S foS r display advertising made.knowlon *aine. A aonventio lSh. tl shed at Williston, has beee sold
itot. not represent the true stawment of y J. N. Hale Po Q E. Peacock.
the South and will not oeatabi its r. Peas k has been manager of O P AI
.te Twice4Week Sun is an.ei 'Phtipe, frty strongest men,# but eay be sotrolled the pape, for some time, and will #
m.a p aper, published evey b y thoaad V.fi nodoobs keep Is up to its presnthigh . 0.V Tisa a, w e: **MyW
week, locl, Aiate and gamenrl. sad wifll e than in *eiefortMoruds e work. s-ndard. Mr. Hale goes to Cairo, wife Y beeu eMiugeg w ywm with p a
iled, postage fre. to any part of the utited Moreover, Its ospeolally desired to Ga., so run a job oiee. r am w hen I wasp1-1 to seQ 's
Ma& Caseds, for. d. $1.0 a yeffr-i a An have so W amm _1111 w 11Amaa0= 1e6 i cn U e
An advertita bitl become due a tr southern peop en t quaitlos-oe J. O'lddwell is again in tho print- optim." It Wath m
od advertiement, unless eoerw about which tb ee "an be no dispute- b. Oaldwell Ias in in the pnt T DT O WU e ALWAYS
is mastract. Parties sot hmowto-h as a early a day so ilb|e, so that ing business, hvip purhased a eson.-T L4eN EA11O O AL A S
oeseaired t pay for advert elag ia. Congress will be a st tosake It uis at rllingl interest in the Jasper Poblish.
Af tsAsri. THDAIYO&T ,W,. Is meeting to Dember, thu souN r. ig Company. The press of the State. I 128 3= 2 J. W $100
l s r ti on Is. bill, prop. will heartily welcome him back to the BALlARD SNOW LINMIENT CO.
early prepared by men of stuainga nd at fo'd. 8T. O A.
SUNSTROK9E.
Siflaeuesoe in the South, awpporsted s It
"A gliforala paper says bad water will be lq Demoersalt leaders like COMPETENT JUDGES.
u many people. so does bad wbtis- Sesso Morgan ad Me ry, sod in .* -" N
If people would pay the same HBoos by the Demoer soe leader, msa ot dW m t 1TO t:rSO ,3 Ga:irLes --LLe.
for water as they do for whiskey, John Sharpe Williams of MisIsMippI, tltyin other women come pretty e
would not b very many deaths will almost certaly pa Coress. kaowins'what will bring about the best
__ad__kot__e_______ redsits. ere are letters from two, cou-
B em drinking it. craing Berpld: *
14se," t s to pp my hair ftrointalling
ewvie some people that do'4 ell equality he Pll es out; and, as aa dsn it has no supers.
as muh a you de that yo arequality in ePsarslot
Sb termed as a 'smort mas..iso is the don now olered to rlds peo. (sined.) Bertha A. Trullin r. Insured..
S is terme Bd as a "smart mwa." ie adi.the rpl ow** t complexion flisdat,
advertising to push any bsins. pie, ad if they are pleadd to aseept .b Morrison st., Portland, Ore."
e ofthe hack d ers will bowi e ,It they may do so, but The Herald's **After usin one bottle of "Herpleide In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
byof the hark dr a will hveom serlbe will walk or slep oat on the Bmy hair has stopped falling ov., and my Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
be interviewed by Marshal Pkeso wirerebefore he will take any ue entirelyfree tron dandruff. Pays Lo ess Promptly
mauy days. They burn theb meie ". ""auty Aito r.dg
t o University *reet t go- On atorday, 14th t., at Jackson5. '" Slxth St. Portland. Ore"
Sd fro tra ll, Capt W. H. Johno of Pousatstamps for sample to The Herpicld. Co..A re Assured
talk about football benlog too Gods entered the Pullman sleeper *DUt* M
Is waste of breath. It Portogal," 0. W. Gill, eoadeetor, J. Be.ftNir A Os.. Nfeial Ageits That no serious low can overcome you without you have some
a'slbe football oNle someof the whiheb was attached to the Atlantise -c .. re tfuge.
.were wonder foot part of the Cooes Lieo Tain 21, W. 2. B art. on. R
duetor, eniming from Jacksonville to
3 116tht opegpio of loerida are Pot Tames. In the "Portoepl" wonl sra
...s ed of a bigTfar astapse, tbe n.* a nearo ma., his wife and three ehil. *
tlved problem I@, how are we going to dreo. all of whom had assured *lepia **eg- None but Rellable Companies Represented.
be able to g*t there to see It? berths. Capt. Johanso laid the matter *M=" l aT. Te, .
1he man who minds hi own busl. before both conduestors, who explained O** so*-old
Snd studies its requirements will that they were powefrls to do any. .' A CH *
that he has no timen to lonterfere thinF as the negroes had flrstc.lass ms'S5 r n .nots e"rf. JeWer x. M C H A N
;0with that of others. tickets over the line and also tickets Information eherfuily furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
The girl who times the broom-stiek for berths lIn the Pullman sleeper.
well don't have much time to become Thereupon Capt. Johnson, saceom -f.d kd kJ r
proelent with the golf.etlek. panied by Mears. J. A. Butler of
greenn ove t'prlngs, and L. A. Sheep.
It was so cloudy in Jacksotville ye- herd of Montleello withdrew fro the W PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
'rd of Montiello withdrew fro the W hiki W ines, Beer and Mal
*tuday that the electric lights were .Portgal" and spent the night with
'tamed on to some places. the "poor white truash" In the ordinaryW
SIf you don't want everything you pasnger eoach in front. Ws e W n s B e a d
aee you will not realize the fact that (ap Johnso say that Isi the f t XP PBPAlkft- Blk **ds-Jap Fr ,-et Ppal.
f a0re polr. second tim he has been contfroited by Pn t7t"e, 'o Msur. u .Qt' ,. $1 l
an attempt on -he part of the 28all-. SIrseasuemesyCo.,Cbieage N.Y. gMe ar c.aebmi N4 0 70 Rye. ( i ( altor a e.
Sr pon ans to force sncial equality on their a I "1, T IKUSM fIE N bto couan, ITe ye. i or Run..e u 0alitd.
t Bouth will no d.ulit coninee o Ipatrms. The firt attempt eeo near o e_*ialon ait
"1k their are no letter. ente.rtainer, III musMg e r o- w.th -r-ons oon .. ges"" Re s o 5 Hye.tun t c.orn. Rum. Heat for the money.
c e worrl thin in the S,'ithiand, Ats a aerot wt s .... M o) I S i; 44* Per lan M
fbuemobhe rshgirlhood hornat e i u tb.'seoond one was1pa1*d 100 TM *4 (U ir!s a^ i now
gmother'e ws a rthi hotm'e idn oswlal.o,, peacefully for the sake of the ianocent L LaIJ arse a beal3y I 00 I 1 an ur T I b "r seen
ther, e who.aul ua" ld*ft'hiot'ed o0nduotor Aii*aJ--y ... a s o veto',.r,. R,, i ,,, HIP Medles
Iorn lc.n.wirl,) rimol |. in the days4 when our Mtate au. -l iseUta 1 4 5 ,7,t
Md. itit 'arnrnli. l.l. ,horitl are leadi, g Pnoalragement |. aALre rnau ash Ce o rn 1so 400 00 no Ifr
Seis orto murder, the ooneduct of the Pioll: pjiutitrriii JiU P' 2 S 1. -i
hMnoftha .tais.t. ,. i.r. ci l t ln ,l n s..i may beget lawlesin,.e of ... aw i fo to TS At I" M, t 2r lr. I 0
1||ItthnlH et iu to elrm tl.ir ilttcl,- r,,niue nature.-Puntsa l; rda Herald. PIMe ent r e o ofndr W1 e5 ..0 orer lL sr"'" ,o
*U .,o they are. t'urn>, t, 1. llnrk. .o. tmaeAW la v e n lo... AU Goods of S.. ,u.Be., .., 'i ,. ..
their pKn at m >. .q I n-r te p~r~eialhool law 0r th' ese0A gr(p Of native. --8-
4tee Rrpum ru Sare5 et. HANNE BROS.,

S iThe people o Fr,, a,, i'tt, ."r part in gerli a d g attew4. I w bl s Clc O._. COO ..
S T.^ ou0a.0 'un* Titlt provieon of tb. law. itstipat0on by restoriIat. O.. 4Ga _.Prusu.*Pn e .Ti to1.Cashier
te eltee hav ket, vrrs ,. loo,,k,,,g tar,. f ai,. to **wh 0ehooll bowtl an attu ICtiOB~ton O 8tltOa* Olo. W. Hye. Vioo-Prsdeat i ..- th., .. s Cuhier
Sgabright that .they Iota tr ii r.a lv.a a',, ,i.,i* per e*n*,t of ach. liver an bow ls.
airhts Ke .ti t....*ollmen.t two e ran I oahef iHt EI. R idiiST NATIONAL BANK
,e .......... .. F' i- hare to do 5s to We' that th ir ...


uarep. aysatait k 1i H*tl9('beary 14,
864600110" it rollns're Ile %4%J~f Chip
( ge WOlleg at eo~trnutiirt a ~r "itJ ~h~,-
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lUtoashe was it, thr e slaY 11C ivt ~-~.

Adme ralowry t thanks- 1.ut .or don't
I chat ht hknk. It is I,,1taeg
Il ais grIat t, k 9 H iso b toqliela

J%. # 0010 etrl. IsmNw besag lt'r4
gfturis hsls Te Tere W a thabans
I e make moey raising cc"l t a 0Flof

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sc ,M, oIce e jller. si. fIthfub8l "n O J' G-Al C8V-L]C.L
%I tei'e.oil tr s die n4t &al tM =
- w hich ate already receiing I
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACIL'A CO
I CM 4.1o, ?Irr o IT"6 E6111. -11 capital .................... 0 1-)0
l~I st onrrv~ es. o
"'afth makhe.11"M athIrthJ.at06hrplus ani Undivided Priwts... : j00
seepsestr OnctAs of the "Isae rf V. J.
I "d~ to'~d. sou alty lawd S eas eaf.. e is in IrsM W sed wunul
@.aid suthIII&&sakd am. will pay ihe __ I.__ _ _ ___ _ _ _
Own A A '.I,- It tsaPr4 "laft bte *0
atid r irt r am.- tat eaob Shea earnSs m
to OkI i Ithe u Ose lf Holale O awrf
("Mnsi. IM r MM B. Fe JORDAN!

too r A.uW J. nau. Y. wm am
kall sCatsvr rl 'e69 9 t o? or- u __w Sa -aIN S U R A N C E
asel)~, agood s. act 11obMy s hebse WWd M o
tAi wi ue rue u r t1 41 the 4#011106
wed toe 1 na"U ls. t.
f IJ.V all r Te'd,
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THE DAILY SUN:'GAINESVILLE. FLOItIDA, OCTOBER 22, 1905


I fROM ALL

PARTS OF FLORIDA NE


HiappmuP From Various
Sections of State.


MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS

aspll irng in "The Land of Flowers."
Things "BoBed Down" to Suit the
IWs Reader-Items of Interest to
AI OOtses.
SMiai is to have a new opera house
0et 7W0.
Manatee eonty has 8.587 people. In
It bad 4,068, a gain of 8,874.
Peter Welch of Miami committed
saeide by cutting his throat Tuesday.
St. Augustine will have a large num-
r of murder trials at the fall term of
art.
The pecan crop at Waakeenah, Jff-
foram county, is being gathered and
trop is said to be good.
Mootleello is making an effort to get
asgar plant to locate at that place.
A least The News is making a hustle
|IrH. F
I' Th people of Chaires have, to wait
U rgl their Western mail has stayed in
qg.mtlae the required time before it
at be delivered.
Dade county bas several candidates
to Il the position of clerk of the air.
St "eoort, made vacant by the death
O X. 0. Dearborn.
The D. 0. K. K. of Jacksonville will
haL a big time Friday evening, Nov
Sllth All Knights of Pythias in good
I IadI a are eligible.
W. J. Oodden, an Episcopal mission-
ays there are between 60 and 000
i io the Evergladei who are
ly tiged with civilisation.
bi m. of the St. Augustine Rifloa
eot reported at tre State En-
plomt at Lake Oity, and they
a hanoe of being taken under
sad sobjeet to court martial.
the o--nty of Daval is having hard
to fid a man who is eligible for
ese of sheriff. Few men In the
y but what have an offee or have
out long l enough to be legally


e Sotherland Seminary has re-
ed M00 for the:aid of needy etu-
a from the fundbequeathed by .e
Philo 8. Bennett of Oonneotieot.
diotribotion of the fond was made
'. J Bryan.
nry Jones,s colored man of Tam-
teen arrested for reducing the
ing stoek of:Gordan Keller some
worth. AslMr. Keller didn't eare
due stookilin that way, Jones
;et tangled up in a law suit for
toar.
Tropical Bun of West Palm
Spblhishesa story to the efect
he variooapnterprises and in-
a of Dr J. M. M oyon are to be
ned and included io a sew eo,-
ion eapitalised at $6.000.000 One
enterprises I a fine hotel that
built at West IPalm Beach to
boot 100,000.


I Brown's big o wagon came in
the Bi OCpres store on Tue.-
bring:im:1,270 'xator hides, tih
t number ever brought here at
IBm. It isiollfthre. weeks ago
".Rill" broouht Is a shipment of
D0) hides. "Bill" Pays he is dolai
bet to et all the 'trton in the
lade*t before (oversor Broward
M out bis draiMageip mhme
" soldlbie d*eto R. A. Hender-
freeiTina a little over $1.000 for
ree weeks' haol of bhide.-Fs
I Pre..
lerria aow leat4igemn Curod.
e yer I had a ey sevre atsauo
lieUMs. I maM oe sle.,p a
mad seabed mert oeerelsla
er three beem after mb meal
taMbled tis way tor abseaw shi
e, wham Iln me4 0 .trleai'.
b sad LtUer Tabees ard u*

?W.namm., Oaerue. Ceae--
tI l i" e",1W "s o .re j


RIlias & Cos
aJ ..ow


It Sbmo mr GW
Us fte ms


If. iii the, Rgtteat clity of th l' I lttwl
tS ti, \ inren' there itre Ito:iy greatt
stor.s,. ite in partlculahr. l;; rg r thain
atry oif tie other. iw visitedl \very (dH.
by ;i Areatetor iiunitw'r o'f ii.ustomilt-r's than
any of the others, and this itrthlular
store has grown in size. )prestigt and
popularity for forty-seven years. until
It has Ibe oule the largest Dry (o0dm
and Departrlet store In tie coma-
try, with over twenty-four avres of
foor ipace on Broadway. New York. Is
It not a pretty logical oitilusion that
that partic'alimr stortn Is the eIt plt'
In the countrn- to do your purnthatsins?


That Store Is Macy's

No matter where you live. you cnD
have as up-to-date merc'haitlltlie a-
New Yorker's buy, and at ,xai'tl.y the
snnie prices. y nliylng from our illhtu-
traiteld 'Hitnlogng sent anholutely frete
Upon reuit.est Write us i IwuatlI enrnt
today now.


Handkerchief Specials


This Week

We operate our own .handkerrhlef
factory at Helfant, Ireland, utal you
thlitu are tle inddlemlHli's expenltu'xe
and profits. Handkerchiefs such as we
quote here are not mold elsewhere for
less thon 33 to 50 pr( cent additional.
Ladles' All Linen hematltchedi hand-
kerchlefs, sort fnlish. Inch tor .
In( h hem. per half tdoPen. m.Ill
1 i04. .... .................. .... .. .. U re.
ReiKul.ir ls. .................... . 14'.
I4idl.t' All I.nen hand drawn hem-
Psltl hd.l hendkherchltf. 1 Inc'h, t'
Inch or % Inc'h hemrn. ea'h,
r10i.. Ise., lr... Ie,.., 54r. and si9..
(PleaI, estate If thPer or heavy Ilnerl Ir
d Laillo"' All I.nen hemmtlitelhdi n-
Iatlndlrelrdl handkhrchleft, with Inl-
tinl Ini a hand emhroldered wreath.
\'alul' $1.0; Onpe i'Jll. pr half dozen. TSr.
Men's All I.nen hemstttchedl. larrf
npentworkeol embroilereo, Initial, fil-
ly laundered, pehr half dozen .. ..@e.
Men's All Linen hemaltitchM hand.
kermrklhef, ft finlhs h. Inc'h. I
Inch nr 1 Inch hem. per half dozen .4ek.


Address Room 201


R H. MACY & CO.
NEW rouK


WITS AND WOMEN.
Woukl you hurt a woman moat, aim
at her affectiloins.--Wallae.
A wolnop's hopes are woven as sun-
bearnts a shadow a snlhilates them.-
Ueorge Kllot
Wonerau ca unt ,ee so far as awn
can. tout what theiy do sae they
quihker.--Ituokle.
If woman did turn man out of pers-
dier she Ias done iher Imt ever sitaw
to make It upi to lino Qheidoai.
Ivter have l u their language an In-
niJte numnlr of words tI wbthib serb
syllable is a careasi It-hAffre.
A tbeulltfl woman pleams the eye.
a aIl wouItin Ile I|,. the heart; uoe Is
a Jwel, ftl rllrr a treasure -.Napo-
tioo I
Hlow wisely it II. iirnatitll t tlh| hat ten
der 'mn ir 'tile ,ormneirt. *l to our
earlktet Irolu*'. ti,,rlllili their e*w
spirits. 4 "Isa lllus


(himo. Lps

pr47a1144- w4'rre' incest upktuWu to The
111'tu'uts. h luag gto-) mOll in tI me la
befits., whre gt janitle'. hat b"
wat."we Wre tecewl at cafing djdw%
brai of lm lowu 'll Sad ba hatul
of betwtealvir woreem rriolyd by the
ladies at ft1 W iallo Sge h kto thou
S ac wans. a. ad a rurswi 14rtum' Is
*Sftabt ofthrveeNorusem. LaOie.
Ua tg 04hor. oao mwth a ie f
ho waWrner rrltd tw b bm e.
(21dawsneg-. ma'. twij to bar* Lam a&
knoew to hnasad wtM t" t W
mty. bm by t e Med4of f bees
"no Wao smarally mommy IN 60
meow 5r i qbkwqrv a is ow
*AM W"ea v'bnuevy ts a a11 overee
lead I~. New..~t

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noew. sam& shoe er hases ims
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IOUR EW YORK


WEEKLY LETTER


Window Displays a Part of tie L.fe.
Waists. Practical and Dre.-. In
Tempting Style--Saxony Flann, and
Embroidered Cashmeres.


By RENE DEVERAUX.
At a alio nkl tile ohl ilii' kkh'i,
atioinl il liru-t ol a Ut4l4 A 1 t1111i111
gait' Mt ii eoA tvtUt* waS a Iht
pnvtin I V1114-111 s I Iimou jpb~or itIl;V,-.
"little eold New York." ''Cerlwia
old New' workerss Anad the -i*,
withiin hoer ot*teo gather tooiz-
look atil atoulmre. Thisw Is ti
willier.'ol at. howeve.r. for lit iin
city In titte workl is thetms it1
in the whldowso a more artiltis
meant of famhIlonable apparel.
'flils Nseasponlix4'nhutto ex(erl m
vl'on- one 01 lit tsharuulmig varl %
dl~isliia wiuliosn. ta hlovi teo bI)1
to 1w' omsvily sutwrnwdedrt-1. NI
waliit'o t trifle warmer than II
the Ithlano'silinriger' material o
gin iiiiiiim to f4l4- comfort alile that's
etNo~l umorntuuing.
Exo'lusnlto' italot bollsi" oAnd %%
Puartkoooo'nti'o 4ii' lmirurtaent-M tout.
ready omadoeo' tooare milakinog a.
praict k'aol otlort waloa otf ltiSauiKii
ne~l thsit Ittunoloer it.s i'lI oit
fit toni "a- 4. onf the utosrtowt t o
aoroe III i tnuill str'bpes mid ctu eti-k-
white hao'kbmrounol auoteneol withI
um o itol j'n rl buttons dotoown ih i
and Ilsodlos wl tlth a uotlit'bed li
thei tioljp'i'left ide0.1.
('Camikmere. ho'nreftfM and nim'
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A MODlIR TAPI r1 t i -i 'I
enaornooeuely wlsIo i Lll
ly tritimit4i )i u i. .. '
band .'neiairoldery .o to l 5 I i '
woulal H tio, 014 l 410 ."11-u t
plainly rhea ,.lii.'i %% ol 10is1iss.1 ~thr fit
tie onoort teon io' li 111.' II11.i1
work.
Au osex~v '.luingl v .*l'e.. i i% 4. 1
byte Wie wly, ullli.s qpi %1,-'
madr' of ault'ote ims' o ., i .a .st
buuw'hewo ot tiot-kaIt both Irts. k. i'tifr.ito
fIWtweu the liitke citi eilmlr *:' ta
small banUdl e'tiokroerel aosre .1 a itrepro-
ty shande of tolue 114-oe "t iff- 4.0


aud fseety Ivickel, sawlI a x ,i
with a Morti Wife'milk 110.'.1
mmi~llo 1111WO
The .'famblon ~oof hsotION11sttei
dosw the arkk, whi'?,
popular than ever, adios -
c-harusilisg way of tr iii.
wotid tiontheria.lo ope Imo.-
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THE TERROR

RHEUMATISMWINTER
Rheumatism is u-ually *orse in Winter because of the col .and damp.
IeM and other changed conditions of the climate. The occ,..iondl twinges
of the disiase that are felt during the warmer weather art cha.ngtil to plcrc-
nug paius, the muscles itcome inflamed and swollen, the nervt~ g t sore and
excited, the bones ache, and Rheematism, the terror of winter, takes posses-
sion of the system. Then the sufferer turns to the linitntut iittl,. the
woolen clothes, the favorite plaster or saoe home remedy, in an effo rt to get
relief. Buit Rhettnittltatm is not a trouble that can e rubbed away or drawn
out with a pkistcr; thl.se things relieve the pain andVeduce the inflammation.
but do not reach the real cause of the trouble, and at the next exposure an.
other attack comes on. Rheumnatism is caused by a sor, acid condition of
the blood. The refuse matter and bodily impuritiea which should be carried
off through the channels of nature have been left in the system because of
indigestion, weak Kidneys, torpid Liver and a general sluggish condition of
the system. These impurities sour laid form uric acid, whkl kiabsorbed by
the blood and distributed to the different muscles, joints, aerrve and bones,
causing the painful symptoms of Rheunmatism. S. S. S. gfoe to the root of
the trouble and cures Rheumatim by cleansing
the hhblo. It neutralizes the acids ad flters
them out of the circulation andnds asetram f
s oe pure, rich hlKbx to all parts of the body. These
s o 0 the pains cease, the inflammation subsides, the
PURELY VEGETABLE. nerve" are quieted, eve v avimptom of the disease
passes away, and the cure is permanent. S. 8. S.
Is purely vegetable and does not injure the system as do those medicines corn
taining Potash and other mincrals. Itwk on Rheumatism and medical advicD
without charge. nI W9IT WIo 9 O*, ATU F A*04.
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Stock in the Emma Gold Mine
At the p rirt til) iI ti h te.'st anIl| a|fe>t itvotltiment iposible to
make.
1 hip mine i ni[ o'edil miil re onllthe dump.i It in not an leperl-
ment, but a saft andil *,utiii iiv*,tfntliy t.
With or-vtry $lk) iomv..tm.t I 1 tol.t, k we. wtl ismtei a 3 pitr cnit gold
bond. listuring the investir from nny l~ ito ile hainc of lh s.
The gold IHindle rs are aafe m oi i,,vrifcrnunt t inds
We would like to heanr froimt you it y si'ouildl te intll ro'te i'd iln A
Irlt.elase inv tellut4 sahli,8t0le y it10 ai i no1id w it i t li hrightep* |.rtio.
s@ ans d fultir of t aIIv i gIol mini-' ev' r 'opIneiit r di loivoredI It *ill
ar the eltowts inivetiiAttlioi l aitd it would like to gi( you Interested.
Fll particulars for th nirret a-koiou

RIFE & COFFMAN,

Brokers. St. Clair Building, Marietta. Ohio.

Send uH Itpostal f(i, frill ilformiftioi Mline.
within 200( feett of 1 h Emnia have lai(l as high as
40 per cent in one yeaur. %atlil' tlts Elmlm Mine
and Its dividthnds.






ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
I Z n oo x*porase i 1
E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
Abeitrar of Title aad full iLsformatlop furnished reold!ang lands to thi
.ounty. Our manager ha lived In this soual thirty yrse auJ
Is thoroughly eoversant wilh landI (Ils.


E. E. 'VOYTYLE,
SlI r., AC(CII)KNT, HURK(OARYY AND IltMNITY INIURANOI. Repre.
entilng a bomber of prominent Amrmlaa and Engliesh simpsame
kEAL K8TATI AND OITY AIX1A)A.
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Itnder. relialai seryleve of every s-rsi slkni the line of
landT1 Ttes inthe l4st. of Fl Fesda, pavtaoularly
huhehossPon h#Iy

WflM4'ALTlI111s Abatisetafm11"ItimTax ROJO NeWS1obse
Apa hre 1V~m.11pklml LmWt audGum;Vi Mie of Cooeass
Tows., 3Fte.


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thbis coulntr to lierat Il lvdititncltion s-iprsesrvrt ation. and the most Impor.
an il witii rich mIttoll k 1)001 11111. tAni. step in national sellprseawVation
'lri ill(Uhtifnvikti4ulPon which Acf ntitist is to prwrve in very Way the well-
Insist Is the vital, ulup yiai, 11tcliangt. belu of the wage-worker. I aM con.
able diistioIt bo-twevu t liato hootnt vilnced that the Ymil-belg of our wage
lsu 144d thu utllht'jUPt Man,. 1ltweuctn wirkers tuh-mands the exclusion of toe
tb. iitetiost.umt titan. l t itu the n mit (-Tljalem cutlles, and it is itrefore our
wiuo atit sdeictntly antil falry by hih disi to c aclule them, just as It would
alelgiu)ai1111i Ill4 01 a quiruk AtlloW eo hM l Iot th tt)q of (,lbn to exclUde Amer.
old lito lon. nant the m.4n vk h(s ac l, l Ittem at string nien if they beame 1II
C(111 r no, lot' oIutti ItIw 1 t. P in4 ehat edlhi 1 -, ~ ) A ta Imenset, to Chin by enter-
Own AillI *tist telpvt ilO. k U.w al lt iur eusuntry. The right II
011441"dIrutruiet ati Ia ee''t1iU ll Non l .uid in )itr last treaty with
tv-1. lkil% '01tt-tr" 11, 11111 V1' Il %a4 xpletly re ogu se S
a a*i o 41f 'r t. in vii u a ii'h- il. btl h uatlobs. o t we
tVdthu.:i-s Ia-ie, 4-F r 4111t* IM 1a 1;!I--i' 1"Die ~authe law with as
lift. 'I tl I Ill.it. tit Iit tIlI%.,lt*U3 an possible, but WO
P11111111" -r1ae I 1ei l411lt"i% -% m rcl--- Ii-w uter) courtesy mald tolb-
an t tll I- 11;111i IN ii-crIa. ti ri ';." t )d~liil vit !ry ) ucouravgest to
II in %m h ut n i. !.._t1 % isgy.a the all (11:11., Whoare ar nA of the labOU
160u4 'Itt m. te I. I.he 1 111 c'.4.S : to u-u11t. to this Country. 1VT1y
a l l o ~ l I t i l' l 1 1' I a'li l I a r ar o s t u d ie n t b i n u dIi
1et41, 6 1- l t i' n man tit *ifroat a an, should be
vxc l it. and ) I)%' I -z I, 'nfl ir t Y i tbcdi at'vu t h s Ilem- Y.:ht ofl entry to ad
tkn- mvtie- al l.,. t "11ie i'l A w L AI tCh.'. Itau ,.*le uti- te irt tit tpout In., this
Mrn utalor hbt-te at Iiti.I 'Ihang rouutl kt' ivar- ordod to the s91k~
116fi e ad s htm tv kIi s .1 t i tel the 1os a- c u bituain m es mo a or W
thing6%tbt-% dotItitt I* toll.1111) of fe,6K Iti man uf an other maue. OW
*.t hCura. Ieitlitt I)laws anJ tro-:,'is should be so MIALe
p h a l 0 61h lga a1 0 be th e IM '1 I, an1 w h 0 ho a & 1t o u ar ai t. 0 to a llC ln m a t e
41M PIMs swut drau ta d Il tth e- 'rI e r v hin) kind oI s e x.c.'erl cowl* Class. met Is m
0( *'a'"pl eal politics'' Sbicb a natilo
al illt safety tolprat s. IlN1 right of #I cr'rn) to this coerar ad
,sihick to Lnow as cloas antrd 11,6111a1 0 *ttl chileero h ereNob I~ U
"at WV at te ass d r ""!u- and istr (OUe& te cl't .' ms .1 s of w other sakIM
Mhata Wo' 5 b51 es tef ritckirt t bui iCCUohr It I oz I an pOOi as
slaeoveds as oil the nlaulso, "tri~ tko: j x uttle r a te to to e tm m
whiS faWI. no r-tiadiv-l 'ho fatlls %bl)'r. h aw*t dmalapuuiar St tI
as the eualwrll atbe uccd* asJ 4a i ) n the admialsviat kW
al IL. s a e isth rousitry the 01 11 1 d o a sdd deal. 6L Md w
7 1 "or litl ccO rtko O ~
dulissa. those ek* ebenald excic~-e t.. el t' ihu h
ou .tsd iss mst eattosuptaum b ':*" Tef b.- eNOS. Ut 8 n0 40 S al
h~, r.. .u.r: ita' sbOaU be *noI mnime seekoI
shous bt dru a ses 4041h ist
Walev" grow W00%r, or &&I ut is" 4 ''"a got !tat soetwe I R"WeemD
M M e q i sse s. a n a y $ &rT a V a" .1 hou W11 61t b ta It I i
a ire~brward usUnor % ftr *%a I5rse4 "er eaM l ti
"MM" MW aW r*M %SO& !L liktarest t trlto p6V $lot Mj a
te &Mth Auat~sclurand 4)utf state; s'
,a m! krm heaw bteea e Bar we I toW
bfdostlI"M M, jut a wart ia : r I oest p ona'M to d M
110011060to4 1 11 11 Wewos w S fis ve g W hets a tCins.
1f IbisIAN lip a *ete. the ssecma I Mis*0
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e *rovwt. of maaufactures s weu
Sthe growth of agrlcltii*e, ad the
growing growth of diveraeteaO1s a(
epro s in agriculture. .N.rWrthlsI
it will always be true that la artain
of the southernatattea etimo will be
(Oontinuatla ir Firt Pfta). the basis of the wealth, the mainstay
of prosperity la the hature u ia the
for that ab tIy. The tltus Sf our In. past. The cottoa crop i at enormous
dustral abrie are aterwoves In sach consequence to te ntlIe ouBntry. It
complex fhlon that hat strengthean was the cotton crp- of the south that
or weakest pa rt aln ten gthon or brought four hundred million dollar
weakens the whole. If we pdealise foretqu gold Into the United States
industry we will earwlvme In the Me lat year, turning the balance of tade
have to pay I eal*derable paut o th lb bhr taevr. The soll sad climate of
penalty. If we'maIf eoe t sL shdouth are such that she enjoys a
tiat the men of exo d Il*4Seal monopoly In the production of
able to secure mrtkd bcii I e pieottcn. No other clothing mate
exercise of that ablity, te ta can be accepted as a subsUtite for
ourselves beneft some at. It Ui cotton. I welcome the actloa of t
interest no less tas er 4tr dt It g planters la forming a cotton assocla
them fairly. On te e~ 4h I', tion, mid every assistance shall be giv.
so less their interest to trtotii Wbr* on them by the national government.
ly--oy "UI" I man the grot boWY o Mobreorer, we must not forget that the
the people, the meo of Ad4 g0 W orkt of the manufacturers in the south
small fortunes, the armeli, tise 4wa an advantage to manufacture the
workers, the smaller buiaeW i a nd mw material here and atll to the world
professional men. The amn ot g t the fllashed goods. .Under proper
means who achieve fortune by erok. methods of distrlbutlun it iny well be
ed methods does wrong to thie, wiL dOObted whether there can ob such a
body politic. But he not merely 6do- thina a overproduction of cc'.i,. Lasn
wrong to. he becomes a soret of i. yrs crop was nearly foirtre:u mi
minent danger to, other mea of grt lion bales, and yet the price wk.a' t if.
means; for his Ill-wo rn saoces tenk fii*tly ish to give a handhomne p:,;I.
to arouse a feeling of reatat, It tothe planter. The consunoiri:.u o
which, if It becomes Inflamed, fas to cotton increases each year, au L(.
differentlate between the meg ofe ae are found for it.
wealth, who have done Udently and China Our Largest Market.
the men of wealth who have not h le e o at of our o
decently. W leads me to a matter of our for.
Revelations Shock Our People, *n relations, which directly concerns
The conscience. of our peopl tthe cotton plafter. At present our
been d oply shock rbyo'a eplt market for cotton is lrgely in China.
StThe boycott of our goods In China dur
tons made of recent ylar a, to tu
way in which some of oe gr*M ingl the put yer was especially lIt
tunes have beontobtined and us. ipirtlONto. the cotto rmalniufoturo.
an there is, I think, in the maladst ThisB overamnt ia dolan, aad will oon.
the people at large a strong feelnl Unte to do, all it Ca to put a stop to
that a serious effort must be made to th boycott. But there 1 one meaw
put a stop to the cynical dslebonesty uas to be taken toward tisl end in
und contempt for rlht which hare which I shall need the assistance of
thus been revealed. I believe that the oongrea. We must Insist firmly
something, and I hope that a good deal, on our rights; and China must beware
can be dene by law to remedy the state of persisting ln a course o of ouct to
of things complained of. But wAeen which we san not honorably submit.
all that can be, has thus ben done, I But we In our tarn must reoogale
there will yet remain much which the out dties exactly as we nlaist upon
law cau uot touch, and which must bU owr rights. We oa" not go lato the
reacbed by onr ftoe of public opinion. International eourt ed equity ualesa we
There aru nitn wrno do not divide so- go la with olaes hands. We can ast
tious merely it0to those that are hoa. Ipest Ohia to do us jutIUoe unles w
est andl those thlt aie not, but create do0 aBia jutlce. The chlef eaes to
a third qub-divislon--that of law bon. bring about the boy oott of our goods
esty; of that kind of honesty wblc la 3Chias was undoobtedly our attitude
conslrlt in ket*-'gn clear (of thfeanl toward the Oblaese who come to this
tentiary. It is hard to rtic:' astate country. This attitude of ours does
men of this type nave by ninkling them sot justify the action of the Chlnes6
feel the wes uf an honest public in In i the boycott, and especially some of
dignatluu. )r 41kis ligialltiolun, if it the forms which that action has tak.
lI to ll ie C 1e 1i1111.t be littelligunt. en. But the fact remains that in the
It 1i, (;( oom a th' great nlvaniutase past we have come short tof our duty
of (diihontiv it111 oif ,i\.n;'t ir ta.r' arel toward the people of Calna. It is our
ciiontuii dl. not for be i ng: I -henvnt, tiiut clear daty. In the interest et our owa
for biluig wta, lti. minl if t0y Harie do. wa.ge-workers, to forbid all Chinese of
nouticiedI in tettniie oed mI-r-'alite'l Iand the coolie class-that is, laborers,
bysterlrica ua tou 1it.- ; r:ieution In skilled or unskilled-from coming here.
their faivot \e con not afrrord In 'Tiite greatest of all duties is national


.auUY~h VAYSIYI


NUIC Ped Mm.


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Take The Atlantic Coast I

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS


The Inventor of the famous "TER.
IELL 8ORAPE," a man knows wher-
ever plows are sold and osed, says:

"1 bave used N MZLr Y's/,LUO
ULIut for 10 or Is yeard o Ur
faet. for tihe somase. lver saa LMi
ier, a.ad is the b tiieies l I
have ever d. It lis a rm we-
aefs a nfor p tobo ek omer th
eiawio I have rmomouaei It Is
mIero ease to ar workns. whpf
Mik ad uible to work. sad It h a s-
wayes ives prflraettok a D.
TIearW'r Pr-mlAs Atlanta Plow
ftt. Atlana ."

IOZLIY'S LION BII.
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should take the lead In establishing in-
ternational relations on the same basis
of honest and upright dealing which'
we regard as essential as between
man and man.

Americana Arrive at St. Petereburg.
t Petersburg, Oct. 21.-Brigadier
General Thomas, U. 8. I., Colonel John
r. Van Hoff, U. 8. Med. oorps, and
Captain Sydney A. Clomaan, of the gen.
eral staff and a party of military at.
taohos of other natlonalitles have ar-
rived here from Manchura and will
be received in audience this week. The
emperor has tendered to General Bar.
ry the grand cordon of Stanlslaau or.
der and the general has cabled to
Waehlngton permission to accept it.
The emperor also tendered Colonel
Van Hoff the order of S. Anne and to
Captain Cloman hil majesty offered
the second grade of Stanlslaus order.

Some Seasonable Advice.
It may be a plee of soperfluoou ad-
vise to urge people at this seaso of
the year to lay in a supply of Obam-
berlalo's Ooolh Remedy. It is al-
moat sure to be needed before win-
tor is over, and omsh more prompt sad
eatisfastory reeoul are obtained when
takes as ooa as a sold is contrasted
and before It ha become bottled il the
system, which san only be done by
keeping the remedy at hand. This
remedy is so widely known and so
altogether good that no *one shoold
besltate about buying It in prefersene
to any other. It I for sale by all
drugglots. _
Well Known Jouralist Dead.
Richmond. Mo., Oct. l2.--doloi1
Jacob T. Oblldres. a well knows lbs-
sourl journallt who held the possloa
of U. 8. Mitanter to Sam sad DrAtod
States coaoel at Haan Kor. Cla", re-
spotively during Preeldoet Oleverad'r
tret ad meeood adat etratio, dled at
his home here yesterday aged 1 years.

Revolutlen In North Kore.
Victor a. BC.. Oct. 1.-- revown.
tlo is reported to have brkea ot tin
the province of Chiuag Olhiag ai
northern Korne and is preaag td
TongkI proitce. Tho Jaamse seat
troop* to suppres t he r'bO a ater
the Korean govr ntet had aild to
tak' steps.

A Card.
This is to eertily th all drauggist
au aetheorasi to refad yoor meeMy
If FoleI'smesy sa Tow hl to sre
yoor sough or eM. Is a.te the
sough, heo ate lia ad *re*taI
ertou resells treeao sld. rese la
grippe e-h aad psevse pseemo
ita aid i;e--eS-e-. Oetois ml
opiates. The lac is in a ellow
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L. L. JAREIM. G(eneal nSprieadent J. P. HILL.


SOUTHERN RAILWAY.T
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Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Servioe
Tim Table in sfe" April 16, 190.
Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrin From
Ss10pm igih Bprings ad Inter- I a. ram
Duily mediate Polats I .
U12pm Owl, Leeeburg and Tspa, and *rip
Daily nlatrmediat Poltms OEy
1 pm -aMSka, Joanll. l9I na
Daily North, Eat and West.
2U p BHlgh Sprin, Wayeras., atannah. Brnewiak, 8:I am
Daily Albany, Aslamsa, all Points North, Beat West PDty

:2pmy 'aloebelle, Moianopy and Oitra Dg
Daily Dly________


D a10a Higbh prings y
.Moday ______ ______e.oday
Inteorealeable Mileag Tieket, good over 1,000 miles of samog he pr i.
elpal rail n the Bouthern State, are on sale by the principal 4Mgt.
Through Pullman Iper Port Tampa to New Yqrk,. ia Ari tlani O
Line. also vri Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Rallwy.
For oapley ltonfomartIon, eall Oa
J. A. GOODWIN. Tiket Agent, OaIervUlo.
Addrem:
FRANK 0. OYL8TON, DIm. Pano. Ag., W. D. STARK Trav. Pas. Agt
U8 W. Bay st.. Astor Bnildinl, Jaksnville, Fa.
H. M. PERSON, Taf. rp., W. J OAIO, Ge. P. A S.
Wupinbtom. N. 0. WilanCa O.
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Time Table in eeet September 24, 1906.


SNo. 4 No. No.1. o.,
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-bTlwTN Is Bby TOday *rJ
lase to Thi Better, thank you. In fact, quite we t
rice me were at, round and full of life and mischiae DR. DaVERE B. MRRIS,
wvo cfe the other Pink and white flesh, dotted with diam-
tamred to the ge- pies. No co.gh, no indigestion. .... DE I ST....
*l'ft and bribery. All on account of -
eald one of them,
ai el ai diidual who was l over Mreao Eldea P__ ; r ne
te ,west about a decade
~ foI inlmpeacbabie Mon- J, A. CAl.III
I6.U g Integrity. And tIt 3 All ll
ilA 4WWor a general ia- ATTORNEY AT LAW
If t A matter of cold, hard
l t ~tnemttnces had proved administered by a mother whose love And Soliior la Equity
hb) e*m, was tempered with common sense. .
i'"l. that about the time I She knows that OZOMULSION ti e-aIrsate .. ll bI.m. pniptl.
B*** ** flrval ioe. AI| lll bl promptly
SbS eastern corporation fountain of energy for grown-ups, saended to. o0m* aet door to Sun
,Bi millions of dollars' too. It tops waste of flesh. It makes .oa. GOUmaslVZ.a, FLoU DA,
Ssodi annually wanted a man plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
of the highest trust and folk it is the chief nourisher at life's FEDIN~AND BAY. ,
theman In trquesti oer n. He feast It cures Consumption when ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ie postlion, delighted with take In time. All druggists sell it- O .AIxsS.IL, F ,.n .
a done him, but only held It 0 cents and $.oo the bottle. Let us __
ow4e lI*3- wben he handed In his lend yous ... .
an sell Iyour sItl prwony, (is.
'1 As he had given plendid Fr Sag Irbyo la pm and nImprt ed) phs,,hae,
i. in the sort time. he was .. ,- ubking WA aI d ad him
p111 10 bls employers for an ex- Write letter or postal to a lie of what oere formal. 2142
planrtde. This he finally gave, as fol- OZOMULSION CO. .-I
jowl: .Pin's stret Now York E. BAKER.
'I. d held this lace only three n_ n tret_, _e Yor_ E. BAER.
days hen a well known Individual ATroDNZv Y AT.-.A.
eamn t see ue and. after pledginR g my WImma lIt i. ATTORNYAT-
honr to secrecy, offered me a bribe of The people who win their way Into ,. SOLICITOR IN OHANOER Y
$1400 todo a certainn thing that would the Inmost recesses of othep' beerts
havel beM faithless to my trust. I hbd are not usually the most brilliant and
hIm 2%0" out of the oflBfe. The ,.xt gifted, but tbose who'bave sympathy, GAINESVILL, Alabh Co, FL .
day m wpresentative of his ral ed the patience, self forgetfulness and that OBoe in Iadel Bloek.
tMi-4In bribe to 10.o000. I rtefu i Indefinable faculty of eliciting the bet-
lmitoftly. Several days later thI ter nature of others. We have many
0 rl ws rated to $~0,0j0, and some friends who are more beautiful and DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,
t S ltar Itwas Increased to $73.(M. gifted, but there Is not one of them
JlI eted with scorn, whose compnulonshlp we enjoy better
%*t tek the well known Indlvid- than that of the plain faced man or D E NT I 8 '.
Again cname to snee mr and woman who never makes a witty or
l o make the bribe $11MIo1N In profound remark, but whose simple Over Deuona Oo's Ba. O:.r evte
LJ d $100,000 in stock. and I reo quality of hdman goodness makes up
'te offer and resigned.' for every other deficiency.
BI Why did you resign?' asked
employer., gazing at him hbmlrtne Diveur. R. ORDON B. TISON,
ll tlen. It Is not safe, as a rule, for subma.
enl' said the man of un. rine divers to descend lower than 25 DIMTIsT.
e honesty and sterlIg i nn- fathoms, 160 feet at which depth a
'my reputation Is all I have. Prnure of l0% pounds i met with.
Mha never been a spot on mn T h greatest depth to which any diver Olee Io mi aw itaebuwao
and bribery and graft and I has ever descended Is 84 fathoms, or OAIrTa.B.. rL.A
bee. strangers all my life. Su-tb 204 feet. 1Ths was to thea hip Cape _
esttine to be the cane. (entle Horn, "unk off the c ast of South
I resigned because that last offer America. At this depth the diver. THE WEST END.
i limply near my price.' "-Wash. Hooper, must have sustained the enor- A
Star. mous pressure of 88% pounds per FINE WINES, LIQUORS A& (;4,AR
S --I square Inch.--ondonn ugineer.


Astonishing Incident.
unW, to all her friends, an aston-
SIseoideas that Mrs. I. B. Hunt of
1 Bidge, Wil., was otred of her
MIt s*aikim. "Doctor," she
a "kld rgves me up; friends
S6edy to bid me the lass farewell;
eof depalr darkened my horisoo,
as a week on the shores of d-
adeo when I began to take Ele*-
BitMls for my frightful stamsah
liver complaint. To she asteeolas

am now completely and miraes-
ly restored to health. At all drug
4"; price 0e; guaranteed.


Tbe Deleets eat Iemry.
Ith the umaU of men It is unqoe-
ble that oe faet drvtes out an-
r. and Kt b doubtful if the meot
led person carries a his mad more
UI of knowledge when Ifty years
than he earned at twenty. *I It
that be carre different thiap.
great lawyer, for lnstance, eblilgd
tal in hla memory all the mina-
of the moot complex case, with
billty of baopeles defeat boukld
bet drop eat of place In the chart
O mental vqya, may very likely
to enter em anther case by wbol-
lgettlag te Lret oae. He c ra no
Scarry It all with bl than be cas
the knowledge by whkhr be pr-
mrduated ma" ma cum rlade from
o te years before-as for to-
, cheitry or the diffrentlal
m. -Attatte.
10e mnbeele.
imbrua Isa little lbadu." C (-
IM 1611 daU d au "ambellUo" a
ea) rad ad broad fante.
o lamt sae 4sd ftv w tbem



pii- waa "a Ng -ad Stlang
e; ala, t a Gesedlss at
Sat eet nO s~ ad a hind
-r a de gsm


e NisUe. -
isale is b eilr tam r
MM; MMI- e ofti- -e




ofbeetMa esM same
am m so I
RU Ed


Just a Irmt.
Auntie-How smart you look, this
afternoon, dearie! Dolly (who has
been forbidden to ask If she may stay
to tean--Well, you se, I put on this
costume no that If anybody did ask
me to tea I could stop. (Consclence
stricken)-I-I haven't asked, have I-
Punch.
*rn"esemos.
Tommy-Oh, my pa says you're a
blamed nulsace, teacher. Teacber-
What? Tommy-Well, that what be
eays I am when I at questions and
that's what you're always a4dolt.-
Phlbadelpla Posa.
Mothers
Who woold keep their children In
good health should wael for the fnt
symptoms of worms, and remove them
with White's Cream Vermlfoge. Its l
the ehlldrea'b beet tsile. It etedl*
estion at work so tha their food does
them good, and they row up eathy
and strong. Sold by W. M. Jobaes.

MAX KRAUS8,
Repremeamtta

K A. WEIL & 00, O
WHOLESALE SHOES
of All ~ r e.


Bot Agenta or eSNIItC aru S -S
DIm (qALITT Mss. Ierv
p-&r w-rs&e.


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JOHN MXrNUj. Proprietor
IstM1 W. Bay aI. Jaleksoavmls. F
Faust beer. bottle and drauht I on't
fall to call on me when In Jaeksronvlle


Low Colonist Rates


Via L. & N. R. R.


--TO--


'CALIFORMIA,


THEdWENTgiiut
AND N011111(WEnT
~~70To ban rrijoelro 1 - Ahorples
$0.70 mW obl otbr t &: ii -,i a mom Li
also to various% Cocll of~I A ftwe'
o.60 PWUT d. Ore. T.- an&m I
is*4d ~ l Il itrai -11. An~I, rd l~n-1


1$4.90


to m ap o si I.v t and Mim s
WNW
To N WAi. IsiaMt, and Inter
AD pool& as the~A Nortbk.
listaft U40vto i


Liberal bo-o ir V ~evllv
Ties wlw be sold daily iq, i;o and
alediLm Ossober Not, 9IW

to A 3.-NdBu Ou.West s bol eflb.
woos

L 'mle cl seer wri
IA tl, J


LOW RATES
1ro


Special


: Occasions
VIA


SOUTHERN RY.
TWO lAJ@ I)DAILYL tAff.

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Air Line Railway


... FOR....


Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia. New York,


Thrte Elega3nt Trains Daily.


Seaboard Express.


Seaboard Mail,


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT


Only Line Operating
Dilly Throulh Pullmin Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlolas

For full information and sleeper reservations eall on an a t esabro ee
write A. O. MacDON ELL. 0, BO. YLr .,
Aet. General Paenger Agent, Passeu gr 4
JACKSONVILLI. FILORIDA,


S.


MERCHANT & CO.,
Retaile and Jobbers n


Staple and Fancy Grocsrl,

Inl, Slaris. o dal d Ferl is.


1TH UIDZE BQVARIE.


GA IWIVILL, FLORIDA


Highest market price paid for Chleken. EgR and other PrtAua.

A Oomaplete took of Hay Oorn, OatI Flour, bIra, Mel,. Coton Be4 Maod
Iad Rp. We handle only the VIRY B peT os ft the LOW*
SPRICEO., and giwmatm as sJlw .



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E~:'' rerd ,w;b'%an
~ FSRonAL AMPa 'S~oCAL IT5rI/

Wbo~ ~Wp~eend sdWha sGloWng
to "'- rr M wsgtpk
"He Who r9 May Red"F


room house.


Mrs.


a sed rye at The 8. J. Thome
', S bost'..
The feaet clothes at MavMs 4leV.,


the ootftter.
Ladle' calling eards la
at Boa offoe.
Five dollars for boy's
it. Si.J.Th, Tp Co
Dry oak sad ilae stove
Bosa. Phoe 19. dst.
The Itoet fall nise at
4e0, at Jeowes prifes.


latets style

bileyel. Be

wood. J. N.

Maneas XZ


S, Nt thae hasai In advartelmen of
O* W. Hyde to this Isae.
Try oet 6f or mean' $3 hkat-the
are ne. New York Racket.
A dre sblrt, the bt made, ems sl)
ways be had as Maret adel'e.
Capt. Geo. M. Lyh is hebon from
the Univeralely to sped bkaday.
Q ~en Quality $ shoes, 0.i7. Ultra
$ 8.0 SOhoes, $.90 G. W. Hyda.
eed ll" kinds a The '
Thomas Company's.
S There i a best It etvetthiblo I
S pals it is Davis'. Ask Bald aboet it.
Wanted- 1J room eaange, three
blocks from ,qaare. Bnquire W. (7. T.
oe ., dl
Everybody thSat wat uood aode
S es nly et them at L. J. Brkbitm's.
0Ge the habit.
SAm up-to-date lie of Iodine' and
Shlldrea's kjats at Bako price.
New York Rasket.
U* My Doabap a obols s g ood s *I.-
boady' .:. N : o pt a habit aad l U
at L. Bo3hlm't.
W. W. Saroble, the attleoaw of
High Opri p, was a beoad s visitor to
Sthe ity yesterday.
SOil Heaters. SaM.Is
of oil hbters for 0. aird.
t Jo la-A upw lie of these fames
S Lea o shoes rf4~ fta ad eSM b ren.
Be sureto to we ihe. L O. lth.
mNoely furnished ream far reat. No
coonkig. Apply oa premise, 308
SLiberty strem, or at thbiofla. tf
Remember a lout opportunity lis lost
forever Korreot Shape sad J. E.
Tilt'sl 4 shoes. at #8. 0 W. H yde.
STurpentine leams for sle at this of.
Sfloe, O per dosn, $8 per hundred.
Cash must aosompany order. doawt
Tho New Yurk Rasket rha a hassa
Kof advertiwment in th isWae*, to
whleh the attention of reader ia
dirreted.
ol. It A. Thrasher left yesterday
for a Ien da) s' beened down the east,
to enjoy the sa breuses a d take a
I mubh nieded ret,
Johb printers, imnoua lo. can obtain
SIood |lolhsis oted deadly employnmeat
|R< *^>Ift lk ik" If -. WU 1-1 1'6-. l- _


wnth th" ii t, A 1)irw oapu. yA.
JarksoBllr l "orida READ THIS.
If you wait Uo up-to date soit r*. Moals.a ALA., D-. M., 1U.
member the traues lie Hibh.Art, Ir. W. Hall, i. Loela Mo.--OD
the t et in the city Get the habit. tr: 'Narta trid direeIt desen
Call on L. 3 Burthnm ad their reede for N eW al y MR
l'rfeetly anaurl. liiae kHibtn km.- for bask a@d kidney trble, I faud
on and vanilla are just he ure Moa.* ethle someafOl natil 6ablig "The
wsaraled etraet of the frh ftruit. Tes Wnder.", Hall' Or at Dilsa
"Takes le sl, fIavrn erfectly ery, atd. betag rapidly eared, the ald
W. F. Oello.s a lever yon r il fanmer l ltl wit raUred ma is "G d Mie
of MIllaSd Stattiop, wu s I, ieeity ye. tan who ila wted the PUIBls
terday and had he urae carolled ona iWos*s oar but I (O bleS
ls ivtor of hla' Ten sWeder."
she subeealptoe litu of The dua. Yoan tr ly,
Captala st. C Mea e of Nclntseh, W. Meb iA .
v & (0. A. I, Oe, Me", Aft.
one of Ihe oldet rikleae Is that see- . O, olA
toel lt pO1t ctf eitseehip., was a basi. A TEXAS WOKLin
me" vlessor to the ay yjerdy A EXA WO1 I Wt
eor desoo. Als iaushtr O#. emHal bhateet hme Teeu Wna
Oorge lt. Rek and Mr and NMr JudJ. W. t -
eon Jon fwomed a party of Roky bi g dde e at) IMM-M MsIn
Poletat vittrs to iftane ille yesterday IM411 O 1Eo
Laudry praee he h, cellar __tml atqeul& e of the MI *
1b. bhanderb acts So. see nbec. t te lseN t t WIw.
It os wat Ohe ss t oeeki yom am a oea hMarddero tea uma d
vae get It a the Cahinee laundry I Mos, at uleI de. in
Lee uty l U U i emaw ma e re e~A
JohaO'aikad kuf Hish o O u OSa IStw--o 111) l 1aiw 1%
n the es yteday Mr ,'|omal! atd b ile to > ~
ks stoet aftget of the AUs**te Ouas Wi W. 8
i as hat pait eas a ey 3-
a-s sdt$set b"walo
apis k *" ko I( ~ so U^-~ 5



jerryy M. Coleo bu retorted froU
brieff bsines trip to Ocala.
The best shqi are mide by Edwardl
Olapp a*o, fd by Maroda Eodel.
Tiesw at are up to now as n be ad
orpy'as L. J. Burkbim's. Get the bab.
*i.
Andirons and fire flendn are In de-
mand just now. Se what we have.
Baird.
BB. R. Ooleoo was btt the visitors
to lslkeoarille yesterday to see the
PresidenL
oAh BaU (~tahes te e the Newberry
se 00,aer r t The San offale

p "oeCe If exeaniooa titlkee soM
1isJ-hil.le eassaday over theSea-
0*14 Air ...
IfspaIdes of Arser, oee of the
)aind rlaesetsa of0 ,e seetion, wo a
trdla in ta eity yesterday.
If "ao sn nomethlft good In stoek
ee W. Thr. me. teok nad priore
iaanateed. Peroal sle ssetloo.
OGorge rK obleose of 0.ts, one of
the mos lt pmssiae bearsiw men to
she Brloktysl, w n la OGftievill ye-
ferday. ,
Thb e twestlloh tury Olub will
Its ryteghear Uttle a the reil.
4d of Mm. Wlaeet on Monday, Oat.
Sd,a 3p. :
Sik bhadebe is e sed by a disor.
OdWd esnd*ion of the stoimaeb and is
qlkly sored'btf Obamberlain's Stom.
swl sod (Ur Tblets.
:dA.a Na. H *oe. one of the oldest
d aot widely known sitlseN of the
Hlaue sestlo, wu trdli in the
testy capital yetcrday.
Fine *sebaan offer for old Vitor
reordo. Write to Mtrupolltan Talk.
ltg Maskie Go., IS Main trers, Jack-
soaville, Fs. Cat4egoe froe.
Mrs. Ella 0. laog of Oumberland,
Md., arrived In she Kity on Friday
dealingg., asl the gates of heraoouln,
Mrs. W. L. Ull, 108 Bast Obreb St.
0. D. Deanslof Duton, the clever
sad sI*loma misn superintendent of
tr Duatso Phlwphate Compaoy. was a
.busie visteor to ths eltly yesterday.
Obas. 0. Votl has returned from
Merritoe, where he has beon epneed
1 poerhlakndinlg the sonatraetion of
Ilan ofath East Florida Telephone
OoeM9asy.
W. V. Brry, oe of The Sun's old
ebiolbere, called jsterday and had
hl addre es haged to Arao, where
he erpents to ride la the future. He
Is a thrifty farmer.
Warvaety deed ad morteap blanks
for ale Ia this oe bha form aued I
Alasbus aonty which saves moaey l
recording. $2 per hundred or 0)s per
doae by mail. Oa h m ast seompany
order. dawtf
If you wish property of any kind
sold atl soeioa or private oale. rooted.
or rests olleated, highest prices oh.
talked, prompt atteatin and estlefa.n
ties Inra ted, sall on or write F. M.
Oliver. real estate aget and county
saeeloeor, OalaoevllIe, F. doa
Wm. Liteledale of Hawthore, the
laevar and *eoeeafel represtative on
the eoad of lthe J. Smith Ompay
masfatoture o ot aandy, Ja eavllle,
w a vleisitor (o Gatneevlll to the la-
toert of his Ir1 le aterday. Mr. Lit-
teldale. who io an "a tilmer," reports
bainese in hib territory thief sena
better than for several years, ad the
people la a more proerpoeW aoditioa.
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3K LES AND PIIIPLES
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NA DI NOLA
,t COMPLEXION BIAP?"CL


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@"ditm L of Ladie'
Cep ad Jadkus $0..
be U"d Ist So w it
ouw ow w Sw pols


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wvetl of*" ad We wI
Red 0 no afb4%lowsEees.



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(Pormertl advertised ad sol us
..*. 8ATINOLA...
NO s ti formula or rksmre. The ame
oanly N been ebamed to satod Moafulo.s -
we ea.afford to bave so valuabe prVper-
Ioe qabted with any other).
14Bo )Aftr o blruftoo. rad money ws
N rWh-od in every e woren Is tale
f rockfes.oUw Pimpli tIVON@ Odd.
luro-UloM, beo ok-bens dliMd l ortpWO
tkmhr n' The wort eses to ID l 1ay ven
Mt oLakrt. ,olt, health., ad rNoArm te
bear of youth.
Prie toe t ad l.oo0. sold la oeah elta
by leadiar duwrtlue. or by all.
PReaAMVp ONLYr T
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
Sold In Oainesville by J. 8. Bodifo'd
& Oo. and J. W. MoCollum & 0o.

Hats, Hats, Haits Gel the habit aod
ee L J. Burkbim's line.
Harry amr of Archer called sad re.
newed his sub-aription to The 0an jes-
oreday.
Try a Red Orowe Felt Mattrese-bes
made and guaranteed. New York
Reeket.
Deputy Sheriff J. Lee Stokes of M-ie
anop was among tbe visiton loOGaine
ville yesterday.
A iret bxlline of men's suite Io
staple elor and styles at low prioe.
New York Raoket.
We bave bergaln every day In the
week l the finest clothing. SOe them
yourself. Marcus Endel.
A big llne of lngrain drugOeste nod
rap la dlnrable pattern at lower
prims. New York Raket.
If you are oing away, before jou
peek your trip, go to Marens Endel's
and select a trunk; suit-se or read.





New York Racket

Oheapet Store on Earth.


Tho Greatt Valu1e
of the S s ....
OCa now be sen as the New York
Raekes. The mammoth toek oar
buyer bought lto tbe miarketeof the
Bu hsua rivnd, and we have been
taxd to the lat ola elttina the
same In shei for tpast two
weekr but we are uwe ready for
the resr. Our store ba bees
crowded I tbo past beemse of the
mltableee slow we bav always
gina oor euatomOM, sad we are
prepared to een do betor ltba,ls
the psrt e meay temss Or Drew
Goode dpeartest Mbu a betr *so
eetio tbhas evr before ad the
pre a re r lowest.

The "Diie Girl" She@o
Is the lost..... .
for te pries that hu *ver bee
shows the b*tty.

Our C iswth D t-eret
fott e d eps ....
Is earteiy sp-t-date a d oer
peNis ne tier tha yr e Ma d.


FULL LINI OF

N W GOODS.

Agt, tor...
Monuments, Tombstones
and Iron fences
S Se Oa' Smples
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We reil the Jewell lio. of store,
None betur, nr d few a Ro od. New
York Rcaket.
Our fuorature department is up to
da te'd the prices tell tho ret. Newt
York Reeket.
Klg Quality shoes ia both gte met-
al and patent, the equal of maay 0
shoe, oar price $8.50. New Yotk
atoket.
8peelals for Monday Only--Seven
eakee Oetagon oap for 25c; 2 boxes
Meonen's talcum, the 25o size, for Me.
NHw York Racket.
ee W. R. Thomas if you are in the
market for Irsaolas horses and moles.
Be bu jost returned from Kentucky.
where e purchased a fine line.
The deat day of Hyde's farewell esle
oo Saturday was a grand affair. The
store was crowded at time so that the
80 lerks could not wait on those who
nsme to &ke advantage of the bargalna
ordered.
W. R. Thomas ha Just received a
carload of horne and.mulee, floe Ken
rteky stock, which he will sell at aloes
margins. All perfect took, aad
healthy. Come early if yoo want a
bargain.
We have on exhibition, this week
only. the finest piano ever shipped in-
to Gaineaville. Loverd of artlatie pi-
anos will aejoy nseing (bis wonderful
prodoetion of Mason & Hamlin. Har.
per & Ohas.
8. (. Jay left yesterday for Trenton,
where hbe will Join his family, who
have been for some time visiting rela-
tives in that aedlon. They expect to
return to Gainsville, their home, in
a day or two
The ehildrea of the Orange Blossom
oaelety of the Methodist ehoreb, ona
dr the management of Mrs. J. E.
Fntob, enjoyed a pleasant plenie at
Hogsown creek yesterday. Atbut fifty
were present.
Among the prominent visitors from
Hibh Pprings to (Ganesvillo yesterday
were E K. Anderson and W. N. Gram.
lag. Mr. Aderon I not only one of
the bseeeful merohants of that town,
bat islelo eonneetd with the Bank of
High Springs. the High Springs Man.
ufalsoring Company, and other enter.
prise.
0. 0. D. D Powell is the name of
a new frm which has been orgalned
here for the purpose ot condoeting a
brokerage and manofactoring areney'a
business. They have rented the old
eaoo rase building, South (aioesvilll.,
whith will be used s a warwbou.
Thaee yoang ma are quite popular
hera, *ad will so doubt enjoy a final
teniao-.
See my sample for men's fall and
winter ite; over 0)0 to sleet from.
Priae the lowest, styles The latest,
workmanship the bet. We make .lute
to measure for 7 10 and up. 8atls
fetion guarastee*d or a~qpy refunded.
Have alo on head a stnck of sheet
made. One furnish all late and pop.
alar pies. 0. F. Dormes, at Harper
A Cham's musia store. dim
The Cotton Fuod is earninR b;g
money. PrlW t divided every week
sad Amerien xpres Mosey Order
mailed every Mooday to all inoetors
Plae a a invetelat ia the Cotton
Fuod at oneo and revive a weekly Ina
come.. Amount of 6 00 and upward
will be oeepted. Write at onee for
treexplaa l or booales. 8troang.OrG
5th Oo OGalther Beatet Bl'dg., Bal-
timon, Nd.
Amosa the victor to hi city are
Mra. N. D. Wainwrltkt. baby. little
dward, anad dauhter. Mis Ruth, of
Sarhe. Tiey are geats of Mr. aad
M s. J . Walawrit. Mn. Waln.


Thse


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CONTININTAL CAL
RBETAURANT.
tmss ornf eSouth or Poseswl.

Drip Coffee.
Western Meits.

Thb Famous
Continental Oysters.
Service UMexeled.


I Opena ril ud Lite..
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Miss A. 1ortoL

Gainesville Circulating
...Library...

01ly the LAlekt Peelar FlethMi

SPECIAL SUMM] TUkI O It
per week: traowa t Uee ehan t.
the week. Boo mee n ot be "
out over one week without g rem



DON IT

Have your loved m'oapnlertafi
n a f ekory, by people who ve a
Srepation to muse ls Iyo er I
ur. Wbor yeO wi't LA Woes
TRA~IT fro e or eesi.
be an aefUl W wtee i e l.
seao nal a lam piree sio I,
rour order to |
JAMES F. SMITn,
IMaker or FINNE rAD SD-
URA S from Looket to Lue
trame Ponrle Ia Colon 4r
ehrome. The i"temt a eM
Imousa sad foders for o wp 0o
Ml n E sabUlshed t. ISN,




EL DORADO CIFE
('Cellwes in (ekiln a r Fs .
Everything in BSaon Cooked t Or, tc .
OYSTERS AND 8 ls
setel'rse.
COFFEE ihe Bol.k
PRICES REAS UNABLE

WEST SIDE SQUARE,
MI wees tsM amel. fa

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wright wafre y yman a rpsideat "ul "UsI iIVVIl UVIUL)
of Oameevillp. and ns many friends Vt' LF AKUC I
here who ae deligted to reet ber.

stax sensr of Bded9lt 5ouaty, was
eeienr ofdm Uited Sans lead oa-t T ~ bd
eo. anW dperfned a very eRmiest ee WoMa ."e
serva. He I m ofr te most widely s. 0 il si e*
baees Demeres to the .tate. -b** -t*ems
for bath %Ads"
Mr. and Mr. C. W. Chas ad I W. wr.a
Chaie heae arrived frm New Yurk aMnd. LOC* SS2S
HSM 38ti.eHd.. b a tc Father m -
OA e spea I las chaser I o oother
WIemis MA. s e a ef sam* t k
Wea" Wer a aie whe heer. ih T at
s*noMeee wo bow 40 degr. M s eeebe M
waith avetwrcad of between i and
dI egaSIB go m- she tGraz Boarding au
of As~ems sevi itd. also the raene
Y--"ese and Yeles-. -Day Sebwo
rPwl. ldesM me us renst io she -
pu1ialSle. Afserepiate"a. M ii M awe" -af
MWr s tr 1aw Ra|laam l he M vL. )- A
We a mek p*uid to ft 1ar to jt 1 e.

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