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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 25, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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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: VID01002
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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L XIII, NO. 222 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNEI81\ Y, OCTOBER 2i, 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK
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SSIPPI RAISES


ALL QUARANTINES


"Weather Conditions Such as to

Warrant Action.

ILiW ORLEANS FEELS JUBILANT

The Cold Weather Has Practically
Wiped Out Yellow Jack, and the
Crescent City Will Give President


to beIIt-ve that it IA Oili actually yel-
low fe-er. It is I arned that fD. J.
H. W\iitt will gn t; o lCaaanooga to
be jart su:t at the' quarantine weon.o
ti0mn. dvI4nat'I, IH-II at ytheMarine
HoAN tal scrvi' a n d b)- (GoverOor
Blvicsard. lie other rep-.-esentatlyes
of ihv Marlne Hosaiotl svr ice will be
Dr. W'yman anti dtr. ( ufitaras.

Hot Springs Is Now Open.
rot l'riin, At I' (o. 24 -The In.
1itp'id-lnt qutarantino 'wds liftiiit by the!
0eaif od fl l.ta (.14 tuodi a Hot S1110
Is Itqi(% olo: ap iall points.


Roonevelt a Rousing Reception. NATIONAL CREDIT MEN MEET.
Jackson, Miss.. Oct. 24.-The proc.
SJkonM .. Oct. 2-.-Th r. Board of Directors Assemble In Chica.
Sltajniionn of Lae state board of neuealt go to Transact Business.
S.llitng the state quarantine at 6 ui <'Chirco. Oct. '-4.-- Mtiutber of the.
Monday afternoon li as follows: toru l art l)irectolrs of the Natlion:ll
"Weather conditiuuo being much as ('rClit MeIn's association mn't here to I
to render furiner spray: d of yellow f.- diay in their amutilta nl'eeting. One of
ver improbable, the bureau therinomni- i!h' lpitncipal featuiite of tit, work of
ter registering in the ilty of Jackson '.' directors rxa I* thl e e formiting of an
on Oct. 2', 1905, 8 degrees, and be- t,..jintil n Ic leiriiu to nitmlet tne neetPl
living that the preservation of the of ia s"',.' uonri in I utiioii. parts of bth'
public health no longer demands the t')"""t ry.
maintenance of the quarantine oereto. Mtay cit'es in the ceiintry have hit-
fore established, It Is therefore ordered rI i,-" for th" al.jiiulllint of cialnim
by the state board of health that all liainL'""t est'itl( an,! as.wrt l)y the co
quirantlne ordinances regulations and Il"e ri' (ion nl:nnti ..';ati ar alminlni
restrl-tloDa hteretoore promulgated byl t ri' to 'I:i ailv, il c' of cri lltor" anil
tie state board of health, are hereby th i~State am ell T e lt IIIiiive n' t
removed, ablpgated and repealed. Thi.s 'if tlh m'rrantile aS'ency sysitenR of
ordinance to take effect and be In force r' 'lv'i e re Iwprts ~1il also lte taken
from and after 6 o'clock p. m. Monday. ""', ilh a viw Oct. 23,'105." ).- r aitd more aii 'ri'ila information
Quite a number of towns will main- of thloste to wnihom they ti nil cr.ed!t.
taiii their local quarantines for several Th"e later of s "c"ring AntII rt-iulllini
days. Jackson has decided to keep aer :p s re-a!te to (te ltor,, and ron-lttors
q It is believed, however, that within the -
za.xt two or three days, unless warm TOWNS LOCATED ON DESERT.
weather should Intetvene, all barri-
ers will be removed. Government Will Stand Sponeor for
New Munleipalitlea.
SItuation at new Orklens. Vashingto.n, Oct. 24.-Two towns
Ntw Orlean, Oct. 24.-Wiit the for wnlrc the I'n'ited States govern.
liftig. of the quarantine by the state ment will act as spom ors will be ero
of .I:sistslipl. whlcj gives the right aled next month In southern Idaho. on
9 ',ts which now are an ohbsolvti desert
to all towns and counties In that state sit ih now are as absolute deb r
to r'-opea communication and with a wat'. Nam'alreaty hare been cho
Coliinuanee of the cold snap, over s*r for nhm -Helburn for the firs
bh Louislana and Mla.slsippl, It is ofir. Tal I to fi created one trkL
bet;..ved that practically all the restrlr. er The t town be s
t.ons against travel of Misllssippl .iave, n' i :1'1 a'' als'e- of town l)s will
l.0.-n anxious to rai"e their quarantines I" i i** l zd'r Smv4rnment am.
Ib,' have been prevented- by the state I)1iu I ,n li (;t:oai the town are It r-rl
N.,A that the state has taken Ila hands t T'- :.o I lt tod in th .lislit
ofl a t, ese towns will act IniiIdl:alte. 0 1 :.: i' 'ntry
1I. 1 ilalana and Texia have now re. dl*hrrtl Irt I% %-;,cr d that tb* rost V
;rI. it tic % :,'.:.i uhl'h t go .rn
t,; ."n.d intrrcourq+e with all non-lnfect. :. ih t gor
,nr *n -' I t t" li 'lKl(''ty ut a pout In <*t
*, Iuown In the slmte. T;ii nia ari a
th : all restrictions will shortly b( ** f $ ov il ke it vry
b, ,ndoued. Meantime tra.n service 'I rto-iI( l). ti nr are lcatir t onf '
to anD through Ttaas will be at once e ly cnr :# u ra o
I 'Oluld rt
T:ft raljruads are acting promptly I
P ) en-r* Judd Commits Suicide. I
fi' 'wing the raise of the quarantine P o
l ,i.,,.. i \ n11 arrangements are being made to . .
-Y;V4 r d i n-' I ax*4 *l* *ar
r -'iore all trains that were taken off .
1et rnrt i IA i an .1- '*l i l the I a;'t-I
Al; the lines have nOW announctd low 49., l' at Imit-
raitve for the presideati' vliit an ti iv II, ri y at % a .
Ion an I r-of, r of lli;axKy at Ep tolR *
*c'rytjing poDota to a ruso of people ,)A ,, r.i fae, mn y 'rla
tr'o the alty from ail ovr Inuislana -r :- r i a !'i' fra i' a yflr IL 1, t
aI..1 Miasllppl fbr the occasion. Many r f 1, h',1 t, ol fri-#r
are alrl.4y starting for New Orlhatls ,. t.'ln l m.l,.l .ul
a" I the o0m9 darted hotis an4d r r.,
J1 boae are t iltg up. Five tbhe- ( a ,r x Pralo, eir
Jlust~ o- :. *0 r vaIl lltru le Lket hisl 1
11111 111' at willah gave double per- I Me sum st bii
t@PII, hrv d rr overnw pose ro wai eat to
Mor e rm Opes yeierday7 Mand t)rnn-r br i
11 5e')-SSI-- -:' ,t b*)-ag tlif- rtIr b) 4
the d- arvlwde them O to t'rcat-d;'or rl,,uia ,4f'5.r 5lJ l0U 4A
Sl t treated for ollr o;.I. J aJ!Ma l i
X*9 Orl; 1Ladle I@ lol n am alia fIor asollt Ita malth. be o
*4IrI. th e aw sae. s: l-h IlmaIlsn4 &Ir IVa N

bove 0ftt artol StastooD Says Cs. tsrl
Ides V am 7 ; o sroo Only Sole SIMONi Say C>ii. I
*e iah aid wit the stret rr
sfIt thm is as longer evod( -11ord
ar 5 w w il m oT Ma .- inltne. 1* ,l -w-r. a l es t
Auft ho r"Ns dll an qu i se 1 .0.0 deall k11"
I / Soi Us earwj tsa inad l te 0i-e ItWb 0i* l
i. ~ i r, allr d .tat,6 tt 1'6 ob )Aal i atel Ii
OWM tatI i an mailamSoog, to ar d-l, Oeil te ealIa *peYU- w,
-lllm enrs;^' 'l- t-'- -,. ", '' h 1ts
t a" Wore mftmovd leti jgeet l,-,. a -5 that was frt M
kl Of w treated by the far', -&' I& .s w"0 se
ea P w,Irk:as Cie a, "-- do e isoea t
bwioom& -.e I at'1 I
l-1--- tt nry Gew easp et 1 eer ? i *'* .* ---& 4aw*j**
M M Orteas | .=,as i. i. .+ r'i***,'*
SI I $ f gas II -ear ialltd U-', a's. a ''e lb"a.r .
ithg O9 Steres .+ r'' af It. w. a'. ai.,- ,s a':II
P lb g at f Ere .rwa.cg *-' *- -* -" a orea'. *
ee-l 8rtst e.sh he ... b** *,

.es a -L- "' lJs Wha. ev, U
,.* ** +i* *** ?


PRESIINT ARRIVES I LOR ATTACK SH OCI JAPANESE WITNESS
Crew Were Compelled to Work an

AT 8HTOMERY Mutled-Four Woun 1 NAVAL PARADE
A COMcom ERv Now York. Oct. '4 - Four nen %'ro 818 NAVAL PARADE
badly wounded In a serlem o f Hla 1
Ww'eOC' th Offlc',4 Ait l crew of ih e
Spends Sunday in His:onic City lumac.r lasu.n choinlA Ita I. (;,, on Great Conglomeration of Fight-
of St. Augustin., t aI. nltti t':r t ,ra insg Crafts Are Viewed.
i Jbsollhan utl the p mi ,)ul'tl' y ll to, 1 ) --":


SHORT SPEECH AT MO\

Party Will Spehd,Several D
bars; from There The)
Rock, Ark., and The ce t
cent City


Montgon ery, Ala,. Oct
dent aid party arrli d a;
miiutI a1ht'iild of timt- i
vlll,. Fla, and delivered
dress.i of grt'ling from I
fotiii of his special tr.>
gitaily chbtered.
---
Enters Alabama In Iarll
0:'iark, Ala. Oct. :4.
4 -* t i' hil -cial tainu, after
St A. gKlutllii, crosU at I
('iW gi a to Alabanmai todn,
t) will be kept lmny wllth.

Al: tilinugaI the early iI
,a itn the train ias akli
ani rd .Moillt, from Valldo#-
a few tiillilnta' top In lil
the night, the l|*lrial trs
on a schtliedulle rrange o1
ipre'lsdelnt a nmlxilllln ai '
hisa slteeng hours.
I'nder the program sri
day the prmaldtnl lll rF n
4:30 o'clock I. tA aIferunoi
main thb re two hours,
tlme hit will make a nl'pe
an on a drive utaul the c.
Leaving there, hbl trial
for Tiuka'get. where, h


saaedult-d to
aorming after
ery from midnl

Cruieer
New Orleans
ed cruiser We-s
take Lle pre-ald
(to New Orleanr
of tlhe river at
rhored.
FRENCH PJEI


GOMNERY &a hour ,1-% till~ ~, oo


to Litt e Conhmita ii
C s 0111 11 V ru It r la I'. It2I-I.'t* WI


IT WAS AN IMPRESIVB SlIGT

Three Hundred and Eight Warlshlpl
Fresh from War. Are In the Paraldl
The Mikado and Admiral Togo Wit.


ness Pageant.


ilVI' In~ii ~(,1 11milt.
ii plat: early last va. e II litr1Io slt.'
(Iof tbait litwrl !i ooIIM t l i 414 ~ y i .AI
w .101 flk I I



Nic'rtning. i miid eltuai l I.'dta tllt thrii tat Ii nli It v
A fo I mri It was leat II Itd iw r i x l r" i I



girt 5011n ,Ith Ii rip i*'~~ :. l-iai lIlt-~ An-
pfv ry iarttrn I to Ie 1-'t1t. trit'441,, I I 'I iI
1'tnt ac to a (o irt V..-Yat k a.- .i ti


glo 11)' hotel PiaIr tlle'.i. eI t., en I i tI
i:. to- t S4 uajn P yar! dIo ,.- i ta! is, a ip ii itt 1


.i, Inil cludo the
1 on and


I for to


&hlch
ai I tat' Itili

:I prew-.E'ii
164.lttl Ik


arrive. ,Iy Tuesday
a lay )', *t MonLtgUo
lg t ii 7 :lo a. m.

Awelts I'"*sidenL
Oct TJr armor.
t Vitrn which is tlo
Int ra Afi r hiv a sit
a lrl i- a7T Ihe iiiinIl.l
7 o i(', isl, l i I asil


SIDCEr


AT MADRID.


Vast Crewde Welcomre Leubet to the,
Spanish C.:atal.
Mldrid. (Ot. 24 ', f1 croals ao
-*mbleid aI midday to a ia alne tal ar
rtal of l*Pr-ldtltt I i Tl i.'* rlty,;
)r-'luto ate augpel- oarf itrvps hhlmal


tkn 41$d b34sUIY T?
1"ricesalorl cr.)"em I
ID.' ',if brillantlp .a-
Klig A~fanum an-I lb.
d"ut driving inaty ~) a
I'*-) nostrllip Ifilmlst
fOPiro sibwth Inv arm-
trana.- (Sta tt.- ?Ieu'e
mlIlcwfi"t gi fte I


rmilet @if 11,
'nftlrp -lyI
',rail troops

Ninb bet we-e'a
O Waf 0. andl
eat ('emJl. n
T2h e v i
V"*Ito w W,


Itioi, of the cre'w of tllht ii
frnonls. hlioni the y haI 4-nt


listed. In the light that roiUite'l ('tp
ftain Illrley rerc'lved ne'' ir,' .'4a!
Wtnintas li the' ia le and alohlile. r nlo,1
the cook was sla shei In i.t- rface,

FIOHT DUIL *N STREET CAI


S 1 1,- I I 21 'It na la rard'o
itt t 14 01, -II of %ZIttillif t i ltoaar l pt' hg ilte.'a
hit so.% it ilo.I it' ln pre.'amalvo
[lilA. ttt 1 411 1' titll ttv(1A it 14Ofthy
0 .144 at.it, 1 1,i f o t hi' abils, but ims
ti '.1i f tin 're a.'i. r it*al rot d w s'

-!I I tait eII4 N Ail eleht war-ships,
lilto I #' -te. ii a-at-r Roiowlon battle-
i i:- ri to %It at.I a aatim ea by Ispano-qe
ho 1141 l tia 's toa ''MI0 ivinli1. 11M .the


DesPerate Eneounter between Three
Mon on New York Car.
NOW VorL, (kic. 24.-Thmo mpn i L
fought A 11tle Ith lirtatola on an ERMPERROR OF JAPAN.
hthlb ave'ncla ear tfoxtay ant 4ll ol Iron clai. t-lrorial Admiral AlAUtIin
the-M w-re roifilaly I lijtulJ IIt tanti*A dmta it altll eIsIlaEl
Thomasi (Yl r)'Irlna Irahman. AtN"-%lliono.alo e Swllary vvuis-fs,
Jumped mlabsrif I he-t I ar alt' l art A'firm:! Itilijalainx thro'w ralpturewl vessels, 24
at rve4 tanlclisPplsit a retailvtor lee s t.' tarIa'eo Imstlt-a tal oyorI. includIng the
rat-lit:a I eea-i iei i, st i-a. ii r eoi ifim 14)I i l" a' aji aire-4i I Iii I otial Itywshatbl il, t7
tIe- car fI;,' It40-C. no ho i w pairssI' ; Ur erloolt Immx ian elo, asubmarIne bsis
to a gg x I%,o tnte-led to 1 kill hin, Al wi-re ursla tai In atl Ine' 'b. su01
flidinueti tar t- a tact iiae1 n f cia nr"#I10-11It4di*rot eoo lwoord hevnilavr Apania. th
tttirmiiflhe a er and astacla'ir them, firat ,!rIi~ttfe'll ertlsar saflm ijl.evaya ase
all Car" tre wpinig ra-.'elteur, Wiv I Ith'ir; MA M tla oas psie tI ilet 1 lle[be- front O the
5ve-aptte Vt-14 C1FafY liastY 'Iclaa'tll e."' 11 lraf 1 llllra-la u h %a% he-atle-4d by Le bal-
LuId fatught ith tIst -t atotlteof their Pts iil.lp ltliklshlma Arltnlrml TeW's
tol$. 11166".e' fi lies it 1ta whirk
'Ia.. ear ruabthl ong al the av'na-u, % I s t rI o Of$ I hee Ittli *se r eas Ce&
lhit tiutaar fal 10064,1108 t t ga gMl &bl l Ts h rrulsee Asaas. hrcl'l- tflue north
The clubtlutaclo shouring kw 116 0he ke, and n asg in ae ste-ri# allrooltlne,
aS far an TetyaSa.a street. about tatlag I wE. 4 SriaU o',1d aad third ItIs
Ualf a l0:. r e several polIceme 6 44sad ffaetwril1 r90u"04Aahl er Original
101r141d It 1 a9 l eizeld Um three ol m winpoitkin
bet5~s (peertring It.'naaeaaorAdmiral "'~p
O1k..'a had a huili 1 the seek. Is was a &I tamp* brloaali't, 'rh. oeueptog
&8914llsaIa e'-ave their names 55 lSO,1 the4 ruu-1-lraiewt a tsaillit-a ua Ias rat
IrMa and ?homaCM shell ivn Th* t, Axama lilult-a l sai'tthe "-
fvifiewt had hbeen e@WIs the Sew-h 41 ain* ofthei., HIllae&ad .Aflotira wa


wborsse it, t si.jItrn cul,'.i me cre-lies i IUv b lattr atheIis ad U T" shape preeuet Il b& t tiftbly Wise-
Ntare' imeite I-o e -r Th4ey at wee ta1e0 6to ahspItal Tb eta fnn1 144 aMrerlr 'iiae-.bialsi TI
u '"ItaIsIle1 1 r0l) 1,0 -- UnkIP oed by At- tbwk the &#myy &A The 0u eothei age rir ot r. lyu It 00a4 m ty "1
jant-s offlosru 0&4g $ OU O ek w m of Ma at& d Be (ff'dst he vo ter
Lapu Tee' ms Cr1n- tonesmso tbeMl O d e IParlar Vallctaalaffi ma94arixsl ee
are 0. thw a a'sa & '@,. f 10 5I mipi.the highest Pile-h 31W54,.f hsndl-
Wolffc-wee-IA 74", wilw aSwetakIlag I "k4AL STA1046 ?PSRMYEI wi smsesaWI In, %ov1a ipswil t re,
gtr~e pa-.g Ifums pr.-rOMUMN Al"Go, Iill 15s largo 0mm 4 small ev,04s4
1 mpputim oif I bte &I twmWySoe I.lives WeOPMOIN00 OWVeW% TOWN#si Ouee The hbpayil Ikeh. avslale Platw*of Ilas
of Klag A lasscs a04-i eesds LinMbet To Wwh VAN 5e5 I fP &keg the **^wm e wre 1m .etly ome
a Parls FPVon b 0 dbf soulP696O. 10014k 10.24, -A orsersl errd vitA0s601Psgse'ttSor u m. sl
-r oquipm NSt...a06- $ 1-e6mw1rwm.'4 1 trie o U s e SOAPY)i INdO 55I beeh1`1*I .,le",
5&55 by $Pseru;. potI t t i Inw cm Ihm sflowerun In. 1w-t Use iN the J*phe' eapoIy I t
- - tIVAtb4 1 ho lAa lelea~d ('lap iSo bhamof Lhow he vweaiwaethe
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fbattane,& T$en ( 54. __o afth oboe Oim meg rUM t r. gNW iT sea wrsidp.a T thoe
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,T, DAILY S & E, i. 0A TI E 26,, 1905


fiTY MEANS SCOTT'S THE DOMESTIC HUSBAND.
SAINTI Your doctor says you must e. o ms G..a .I
ATI UAILOVILLE take cod liver oil. Probably he TWfooUinmesm of wive is iown aI i
AT^ ____VL tL <,m1 thilr warfare against the clubr it $ 2 70 0
t n. means Scott's Emulsion bI- good or 1d, and their ltdiscitln ate
a''biportant Facts Connected With cause you cannot take thele d _.oa of the domesue maf. i Ti.
the Important Work. clear oil; no one can take the I.Wt t, ae tng to .e Tan 11k
SOAIRMAN. P BRYAN EXPLAINS clar oil who needs cod liver town and home, hi. circle of terests,
-, RMANN. P. BRYAN EXPLAINS r. It a Is nece sarily narrow, and he Inevita-
oil. The doctor understands bly takes up with mo or ess petty
No Cause for Alarm Has Been Ex- that and doubtless means matters and becomes a domes.e mar-
Sof C o Sttor a tame cat. AU the big ehie
S we sed-seard of Control Says i Scott's Emulsion of cod liver et.mt at engage te eneies
Plans are carried Out Florida Will il which everybody can take pubil spiritedt men in their leisure Is the best evidence that we
be Proud of Institution. from bsness e ignors, as e doesthe best evidence that we
In thefollowirg om ication to because it is emulsified and a. ocatlon with men identised-with are our
S The Jaeksonvills MItrololii. Chair- prepared so that it can be other worthy interests. ,The petty gos- selling stock at cost.
f ---- *.-*o-"- mtteroo is,. al sip of the home and tl4 evening paper
man Bryan explains matter, in read very easily digested by the cons"tatu the typlcayd omentl man's
to the new ilnivers'ty to be eret.d at moSt sensitive stomach. Most mental austenance in his moments of
Gl .oville in a v.rly lin manner: relaxation from the grind of money
In your isst). f thel7th inst., aoder everybody likes it. making. and apart from merely hav.
r % b the hnRding, "Will Likely Be a Lively IIn him within reach It Is hard to an-
iisae," it i stated in effete that there We'll ndl uassmpe fIm. derstand what pleasure the wife can
will be opposition to aly appropri. SCOTTa BOWN,09ogPurl StreetM Nw Yor. take in this variety of husband, for be
action for the University at Gilnesville., apparently feels under no obligation to
and that an effort will be made to re. the tax-payers against an appropria- make himself agreeable. It la not be T
i pealth Bumn bill a.the next ton o theround of enormous expen. who makes the meal cheerful byet They know a go thing. But
p*elon of the lBagislltur. see. It is the old appeal to the pocket- tg the onvertona pae inis not a the in the ucket.
You also speaof the 'vastamountsbook. rection of amusing stories or-Interest- that is not a dr-op in the bucket.
of money" o-eosaryr to be expended The institutions established by the eng iformaton, his usual contri i W e began the Sale with $35,000
In order to carry out the plains of the Buckman bill cost muhi Ira. than the domestic incident. More often he eats
Board of Control. You then quote instituti6ns supported by the 8tate In science and departs In the shortest Worth of goods; deduct $2,700
fIrt an o ti esil in.The Lake City Re- prior to its passage. time possible for the most desirable from the above and it leaves $32
porger, In wkieb, among other things. In 19Wthere were appropriated for chair in the living room, thereto re- Io V 1t SbO ,-
itsis said that the plans submitted by the malatenanee of the institutions main for the remainder of his evening. 300 worth of up to date Barains
Mmirs. Edwards & Walter, architects, abolished by the Buckman bill, I818.. Such a man. however good a provider Bargains.
S for the proposed .University building 966 for two years, while under the he may be for his family, is a social
at Gainesville, and saeepted by the Boekman bill the Institutions estab. vegetable merely, in whom no woman
Board of Control, call for an espeni. lashed thereby are being operated at a is justified in taking pride at this day, ---
tore ol$ 1,900,000. Then follows this oost to the S8ate of $150,(00) for two when the need in public affairs Is for
statement: "Although the board has ea*rs, or $168,906 Ies. Bes'dee. this etiens who belar toeir sha of the
at their disposal oinly about $40,000, appropriation of 1908 was not as m h es.V ar to our naogo ue an
S member state th.at construction as was asked for by the trustees of tb _________ sO U A N
: of the bullding.:willmbgin In Decenm- old institutNlo and is much Iee than
oWbad.s 0r by the Lelgislature. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. YO U A R E NEX I
You also published a few days spo Gov. Jennings veto.e portions of the M so well today that you need not
another article, purporting to comrn appropriations of 1908 beeaiee in hig long for tomorrow.
from The Miami Record, in phich the opinion expenditures for college build- Some men only want your confl- --- .-
elaim is made that it would be better i S toreturn to the system of higher edo. hiding for the expenses of the 8'ate If a man were his own enemy, what
cation in foreesat the time the Bock. irvernmnie'nt, and the appropriation of stories be coulk tell on blnself!
man bill became allaw, and In which 1818.96 as passed and approved did not I Ion't Judge a man by his drst friend-
were many appeals to prejudice but I(.e-atieally authorize the erection of ships t a town; Judge him by bl last
none to reason any bulldnis, hut tht'e emontil were Iihn't gire your friends indigestion
cI cannot belive The Metropoli "s t be utwed by the truiters for the --t by trying to Ioke p 't"ple you like G WE HY
would knowingly assist In eirculating i" rebels of said inslitution." There *l"wu th'r throats.
-, isleadingstatenents concerning the wl a de tit of about $*..40). unless '. tlhik *,f the erse wlit -
#plans sd purpo- of the Board of the unex;ended appropriatin for the will r %,4 i:t-,- '.:thet which should
Edoouation and th,:Board of Control In l-'tt Vigrila Sonr.ary can ei applied .. ,. ,IL
carrying out th |provision relating to to the payment of d-flciti of the oth.r r trot ' ruollyl
the higher Institutions of learni ,g 'iriottlttitis. tl a thi t ever ti th r. .- ,, ;.tf ,i : ,: .
established by set of the last Lei la-. wI ill ill tI1 a defirit o! atwrt 010.t ,. i "'..: i1 e I q;. ll hear
ture, and therefore, as a mtember of Of cure, te aroinitint of mon t he matter board, I write you this It- available will ni.t flie. u e-unt to I on. .* ..n'- Ti!.:I .i1 old ,hA
R .t r. strut ill the build ng. ie.ede< d at the .. t t .i i ,..,re'. I ut i
!/ Work to Beaii. l.Iiverr(sity, and it all inot I u m ,.. .!1 . **t ::e .1 JteJA
The statmeineit that mer-mlhwr of the tended by any ritar-nutdrd perso Board tif controll will begin the. rre.- with a knowle.dige of lihe fa,-*te., ihat ih
S ioIt of buildings at (laieer'vill i d cor- Ihnilding4t at Lake. Ctty would tw suftl. TIlE BENT
root. At a joint:nie..line of thhe State oent for a l'niv-rsity such at the- pe-o Mother$ MACHINE ON TiHE MARKET
]Board eaf Ed.uratio liral the hiarh d of plec of Florida. the t1a-1 yerp. if )oui wh' al',',d kerp Iteir tchldre- in
-* Control the fttds. 'atvalatile w.,rep apI- veap,. are e etit' l t > pare. f tr th. go iJ -ei1"h should watch f H.r the- tir.t JI I sR Tabtulatoi
H pIortirned alcerTd lig to the i-eedns o'f ted1cat oiiof of their chldret T. Tr. tro.. *symptonms of worm, anid re-nmve the-rm l I L LJI)N-ILJ i
the fntr etitutilttne. The sm, f f te.g. of the ,.!d e'nev.r.i,'y of I orida. wild Wrilt-'. 'ream V.rrnrfm~en lie E II.Ve'y lachine.
$ 76.(KOs, a|iproprste'd fur t"*:. ci'. hwl.aed at L.ke- City. arphe-ld t1o ihl the' ehildTe-n' Ibest tori' I. gels di-
sItruetio of bmulding ffir the I ieivr. last Lela,lttrv for *7''.*tl with which tet.ln at work o thalt their food does .ightest Scift Lightest Running The.
It*y et (tir*illh. Otf thi e miniit to rprudel and improve rihildhinla. them ao ,,. an, they prow up healthy Champion Sped Writer (tf th \VWerh
vpuhlt *jiriteel ciliaoia of (t-it. -v'lr.l Prncipal Purpose. alnd .trnng S ld hy W M. Johnon. l t
^^f donat... n eMh ad bou~th. the ,i Un the Fay-Shole.. More Fay-Shtl,.. ,.,
dOIeltc'ici4ti,t) !sn etash and bought the tIhe gruat iur,,e of the Hu'kmuan iw i, nGda sial, ine0ville than any oth,.r nac'heri-
S o)ld Ke t Florita Netulaury prrp ri o '1e, ld.. in ad i R an... e an ,ny oth.r mach'nr
S frmnt the. 'State for $t^>.u, whi,.h n .'tat. mid (r. an many .*:ruggling in. 1-,1 ..-,I ",,n*if tu .kint, c ralu wc u b
Sthe cpi..,i ,,i f t. jonint h)ea rd en* .* ,: ,., ,,. ,f iera on h avn g .ufti t w *rr. ,ut dur ing dry w eIther. F o r S a le b y
per rO.'et. -.>r, Iht. tn .t w .as rth, and etl t r ,,tt infer r cous of l .. n ,,s .h. f h alt r ing r lry a gt. y --
study a"d of e"al w l and reput .H S Gainesville Fla
tati g1'. 'm >han.,i ta lhnt r u., te ,, o tf .ac! ,'.l :lr l rm house t o hour At
the Bpi'r>|riat ,fii. t ty the 1 rias.- . speideah nt'rit'l t wf Ia I .UM tr a bu .et- 1
latura n I l 'r wal,,' I d,- a' t f r I o tea| t ,o splenld.| II~tltutions tf (l f w.t,.r ove r ler hb e ,. wbl, e her
Saurret> i l, l te .ll r learning, a university for men anIl a 5 ,* ,i .. -. h are mostly girl, of IIIi_____ i___
v, 'r^lecy i,, I 1 c;l|lege for wor .e n, tioth tharobiinhly t,,' ,., i 1z. cn, tah et iruiefsr for the . ..
!Amouo A;'opr ated ,,quapped, with course. of t acty ,f the \ stl t r -,,w.era Inrei.le ,clods | HA 'I C 0
R It ti thl xi ,r.*.* ,! r. in,.,, ,' f tI, hl.aheot and beet. Il'e .,at fa',.llrea. j t r..n ,i ..* l treel h;- the |itsants to
board i.ib t. >.a. .t 1 *c m'ti s;'- and of wad-eprea1 rcia a tnco. j ;.. at i. btn> they naume 1|TI
pr 1p -,ri t, th, - 1 St I It if this policy is a heled Ia'. to ta.r c ta tai, ',t t. r* rv,* the lekis and1
ueation *t',, I *,. f a ( i t, ti r. i sn eatt ,..ou t. t, hat i ll the I ti uL* H" .


5ee:ic'ei litll bai-I J Ist rsatie It" bw ,'rJ oi It PUTS t *. 9loo
it i n o a t ii th eir u s iv e 'r- i t a n d e t "c ii v.a g ir t advea~ rtiu e'd Ic r a s e a
I. en ao m oaI ry w ih bel ps pr al cI' t viI h e I buo tacens :1~Al at bloc 1'e total *I- C i C
a 4maa i a .a itrovat of the Le'gi.:aiu IIU is rr urn-lb.'' t.r .OK.r klug toddusg out.*t.
4it- ierpii ti .~. '.r a U t M e' a a rm wd lost th e t c 11 is t e 4l vie i cae w hI S e a Ia v e r.t I1.vo ii. R a g g i n g a m I T'il. l
vrrvillsol t 14mvid of Vonlir ~~'I:~ ll tLun kV.&I't lh* *at* )IV% !t:rr liq r ml I, ~mD<* poicy at r- '41 aln
tw~11i. I a' ,i 1 4 0,: a 41 rau, 1uep. l ,thtr in Stio r
twfmv %?Ijl %it viA" too io CW= Li
Wi'ii-. Ior V? 11 t'"st- 1 1 V 1 1 9 S 91.Aict It I~ I ,"-! p iay 41 ad remltm .
tSU Oki Its f' I 1. 06 I. 1'a. 4 I Auteweeblif Cost 4r4 L fir 34amraa ci..tvc lnufacturers of the' Janie Ibvig IIIaittitt.d EngilaiF
Wake' an at It~ a ?a.1 P'ait~ 1i~ 1 1:.% r9~o '--iv- ab1n Ito wn tt l~pe. olEn
OL)L, ~n ~~lr~~, ~i ~ \ \!.~ T~m ~Sm Q~d Cbtt4)n G suppi~ c;1~1'14 (~ ~e
kiss all Wi- 11 Ok -I ~ wife Of 6 fur., -ae I .' mgw4.
~I In A 46"my 1GA1 IN~
"(alNRVILLES
Ilr IIi %a 1 oj Iii rvJhr~a
tic\ fm-u( IIryIeor Id
August an viiam i _ud us he su~rrts W r IIII dw mIAGAN s
0u1 c-1c! U I r wftS Q&e W608 Its o

It to iat F r I-*~ iUi dows a p.'4..rea4 TAOilk* rw
066b UPOE Asd 1t 10 M, 4
sotberfvi rfwl, at Was sa (ryws ..o*u Ara Pui s't '.1 eh'.ForIJLemug 0u 1,DT m C o
4 *iIpiefdiltlP A it wai't w Aur, 10 r I Mawu bleitlg. pe uditag
-. tetuplstivi I 'slt'r 't lr -h"'I'a the' ?tsbarsd Ot Put wim. -4100. Pricg.tlo. we Satk~pigod to V.41110ls
Ptais ~ata .~ 5 v"~ w*A killed" &D4. :;s too famid iiii- ft PASO 0bITV1NTi
PIS 6 1 l Lit tias &sear.s," ISAa. I inmu r eurp I i to 1$&"*I'. 11&
fp:&Skfj of t chr a, I I a lgit%. A LlrN :RS:, ~a~I~ri~oAh rr
IvC~ vb Iq%1 to 16,61 all %1 ~ )Q
." S* Iitij Ur .4 am at, 9*"s NotL
*rbeth ljot e ia~~s' ., --. --. i
gbe I I Ika al Y

:&:: A~:~Dops zour ~A~bb
418 Iftill '- 0 '0 W 1118 W 01S bvrftb; ks*4 bkmW. Mil bes. As. oIIIPIY Ir
mdspivJ I& %to togcatkItef WedC t-
L eb* LW k ety atnk So lake c a r t III"&c1
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S- NCW ARRIAL*.

a' Adm eta Are Recog-
B n md Appr, ei d IEv.whare.
aleseville Is growing, and it is
Wig| ubstandally. The edduos-
l and other advantages offered hy
eity are tempting toi people from I
g nsetiou of tLe United States, .es-
M Ill.thbo who have children, for
ort or county in the State can off* r
ar edee tiooal inducements than
egrllatrd Alachua county.
AIneeg the latest arrival* who have
to quake their home here are Mr.
Mrs. R. Dale Gilmore aid two
*ern of Philadelphia, who have
tld the home, 705 North Univer-
street, until they can secure a
of their own.
M. Oilmore, who is an excellent
tleman with a fine family, was
tly impressed with Gainesville co
at of the educational and relig.
advantages here, and, inasmuch
be desired to bring his famllt to the
th, be declares he could not find a
enlightened and refined place
a city that boasted of good
ools sad good churches.
The peopleof Gaiuesviile will wIl-.
me this family, and trust they will
Swell pleased.
John Weer, an elderly gentlemrn i of
ibeao, Is also a late arrival. Mr.
*er spnts last winter here and WAr
ell pleased. The fact that he r.:e-
rned as early as October, when l e
Id not come until January of la-st
dater, Is evidence that he is pleased.
I thins Gainesville is the best town I
its size, or any other sise, in the
iated States," remarked Mr. Wectr, ;
odnaturedly. "If I Was not iin- n
reMsed with the city I would not be
ere. The climate is fine, the people J
re all that could b, desired, and in a
11 Gaiuesville is the ideal place." '

PROCEEDINGS IN BANKRUPTCY .


any Clients Testified Through Attor.
neys of Indebtedness.
The proceedings in bankruptcy
Inst the EIpanola Lumber Company
o not yet seem to have been settled,
another hearing was given before
referee Palmer Monday. whtaii Ir.
sill of Palatka, the purchaser of the
defunct concern, and many attorinejs,
were present.
,Dr. Crill, as a matter of course, was
lhre for the purpose of adjustingl nat-
en as amicably a possible. while the
attorneys were representing variouir
reditord, oille of whom had been
gouged" by the Eqpanola Lumber
company to the extent of nearly

The meeting was held in the office of
referee Palmer, and lasted nearly all
the afternoon.
The plant e(f the E'*pannla Lumber
Company ir elated tin'r Richelle,and
's one pf Ithe finest in this section. hav-
ing a cutting capacity of nearly : ),tOi
feet per da It was originally erected
1y J. L. Kelley & lon, who sold to the
Kelley-McDonald Company, thi corn.
yany disposing of its interests later
to a Mr. Patterson


THE YELLOW FEVER.

South Pensacola and New Orleans Have
Bright Outlook.
Pensaeola. O)O. 24.-All thtr patients
todayare in good eoadition and there
were snly two new easer and one
4eath up to noon Yesterday there
were sveP one ea*ses ad one death.
At New Orleans.
New Orleans, Oct 24 --Only f,.or
aew caes yesterday and no death*
Only oae new ease wa reported up tu
oa today

New Curs for Cancer.
All orftao anneers are now know
to be orable by Beeklen's Arales
'tal,. Jam. Walters of Do)eld. Va..
Wrftee: "I had a cancer on my lip for
StheOt W *eed seunrable. till Boee-
ie's Araites ali* hbeld ii at d mow i
is perfely well." uoarsantd eure
Oear ease ad buret 2e at all drag

Lsw Eacursao* Rates
To Mae sad reors via Atlantic
OM- UI TWIohe on sale Octoler
Sta Se reabem r 2ad. aralot*e.
VPl J-e MIlMte. $~ from L t
0016W.0I fars Prasa.ISa N *frov
f aigai0. 1t0. *o r ma* frm.
Wr -is ea esRU as f* of At aamti
O- UM. t etwe Mltted so *-.
s hs lede ahaed. iam.-
ah- ager Ai A .rot rol-- L

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MAX KRAUSS,
RepreentinR

E. A. WEIL & CO., '-'t

WHOLESALE SHOES


CONVICTED MURDERER ESCAPr

Kentucky Man Confined to I sane Aiv.


lum Gets A
L.oniii CK)., Oct.

b !\i ts hisw orni


ioff W l DI'sr.tisiaon. ;, t' m:,i ,n that GC
St: ci io. et t, uof the niii
lhie Agents. forOL Neds. master m,
:le Agent r and Nashvillh
EIUN QUALITY Sht:,' Ever ca;,,i ,5lriivl the night :
pair warranted. pia t: or the InI.' e.
\\:i!t( r removed Ihe 1i
J. MalnSSe,. Alrt door > i te mroo in whli
ntro s iomne time after 9:
nilgh! iiii i mand his wa
ARCHER ANELECTS. night u"s l made his wa>
ARCHER ANELECTS.o the bsnnt of
wa. of th. basement of
A Bunch of Newsy Paragraphs Regard- Tn, escApe was not dl-
thl morning. Telhphos
ing People and Things. t morning. Telephoi
of Warner are being ast
Archer, Oct. .'4 -lled A t W1I ot recilon from Hopklnavlil
have built quite an aldiltiin to their Warner received the !r
*tore. room. Miss Mct' red v. of Mietioe for the murder of Mr.
py hass accptdptd i a ptiltni with them. comrnmtlsont declarNed
A miiber is on the gruritt for an ad- and he was seat to Hop
ditio, to the warehlijtus i ('. W. l*auk- was an electrical rngi'
night worked In Fort Wayne :
Major Strnim l I Pl'a. hitft. ;ast week ana citles.
fr )al la.i Texas and MN.rlm ,his. ',I n ., --
his former homes. Hon. Jerry Slmps,
M.\h- Ida Chiamblitn returned horne Wic'hita, Kan.. Oct 2 1
on Friday, after spending the ttiimimer ion itr d at ::io oc:oel
in Atlianta, (i., and Wv~'odrutff, N C Kx-t'nigreatman lSmpls,
A J Miller has pold I is h )t)l privi. New [ririnwick, on Man
lIee Iiear the depot to ('. 0 Collins, 14 he I't\n life as a
who will in future rini the house Mr. Ing hi ,s '' year follow
Miller hasI lftl for I, (old home in eomuinawI1te1s,'1 nm)ny lsr.e
Gt;,rgia tgreatt laxes. In the- c'\
KEd Stewart and mother, Mrs. J. T. ed In th' 1 h Illinall
Stewart. delighted their many friendly. rcam It Kansas In I.
by arriving here last Sunday. MrI he was a Repblican, ,,
Stewart i stopping at the' Magnolia kr'haekr Imd Po
a ni.mber of con lrtinr
il.,tel. while Edd has engaged in busi- i nt f on 9 o I
es at Newwbrry.lasited tioe la, t almn h
Ja. l)uren, who was taken sick n ain et and Pptttie.
acksonnvlle while attending school. congress bhe moved to 1
inl was brought home by his father, is h her. he engagrtd tlp
rell again, his ldeathb n stock farn
I)r, B. F. Julian, who has been quipe
iek. isbetter. Met Death Whilt' Ste4r
Dr. Davis is here ding sonim dental
Nashvllle, Tenn Oct
rork.
work. son T'vnn., dispatch f.
Nntio" of the death of Jame Scotton n T n.. dimh
saa fiat a hcadotNI c<>
as received in Areher this week. It sat freiht train h on t
cc irred at him home in Kokomo, Ihd t l near i ar t
Ir. and Mrs. .conton were regular tsitanl. danmagi to pro
winter visitors here, having a pretty hi dltt diaih lof to )
1an11. were tliedingt a irld
Mrs L. T. Stewart. sister of ( 1.ter hoe, at Wtr V.
'nylor and Mrs. J E Well*, left .1n englnm.'r. %ht< o.il.m>
V'edneday fur California to look after sltht!> htint. Traff, ,
er nimiiing interestss. tA.'Ji.


Archer was represented in Jack.
sontillie io Saturday Io the Presid-o.nt

Don't be Imposed Upon.
Foley & o., Chiesgo, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and long
remedy, and on saeount of the great
merit and popularity of Poley's Honey
and Tar muay imitations are offered
for the genuine. 'hese worthless lmil
tatior bave similar sounding namus.
Hiware ot them. The genuine Foley's
I Honey and Tar to in a yellow package.
Ask for it and refuse any substitute
It is the beta remedy for enughl and
eolds J W. MeOollum A Co.

New German Ama.eeder.
T r'i. (4rt .4 The retlreenent of
Comiit V\' Al'sn lelwn. Oe C0Oernima
a sei;'t'...ol.~r At 14 P.te.r',i purg and hi -
a:>,i, ,s'1as r6 sof II rr VoSn cbh4 n lately
ti.l: i-'.r *,t ;. rnany' at C4s'Ielllnha s.
W,, tr< :,t ....nrs 4 .s:a1 ) f ierr Vti
Stho'-n ; :-, Tear.rs oi; IlH mniol sra
pur! nit o t* .. i.e at larIs. where
he ea* *s-rc.ltary of the embiasy for
O.,v,.n ye.as (Captain Von Alvreals-
bn vsi an attach An Washlagion ti
thb etr. y wr' t.. sad mnalft there
from its t, ~IAI H. riUrJ oras
iuant )f aase anl :ndlfferlat bhast.

Cures Winter Cough.
J v: ;Gvrer, ll jNorth Main street,
(Otiawa. Kan writes: "'very fall it
has tb.n mny ate's trouble to assel a
evnere eid. and therefore to Osea all
witer loul l astfall I get her a Ibao
te of Hur'ehutd .yrup Ahe d it
and has tIwoi. as* le i, ie-p sonedly all
night loirg Whseor r the" wrlg tfto-
blve her. twr, or tirhr duao* 4>p the
ioog01. and r*e able trbe up aad
well Ie, ~x aa I1 d0Id by W. M
JokhnCu
CeneurMnt ov of Natural Gae.
Wasar.*- bv t 4 AA smpue
tlAt r- prt *U.. ,Or .7r be sied by
the I'Ata. 4 Iaiae peloaaial sererI
* aur',: a* uas sea a sInJ es.
emt am l Mie It r t baM t a'
1t 5 the t'rI 4 Masse 7
per ume' at le worWs MwS oupute
Of ga. is, ,s te Ia.me WIm. M



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if 11-1110-Ylls A11. 1 iit'I 'r fosldots ti ur,
ymostr c tith itr cfsld II sfoligs th
60tigh, be'als 1110 111? 41,41 iilgo revenitI
serinio sri-ssats frivns ,s a Od irresh
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UM Poar oso. at oa.Wm... trk tfore pis o a for*rir.
W: e** ***e ra alutir, jl esors Ug .qootf the$t Jlapse I il. srw iw apk ua
al c"RtatRY ....... sr ts Pa~m p9dbt, soys t i gscnt.: She. wnt to bo b ts,
W. ASrUAY ...... :....A..rrA lteo uM We n0a. But Ist r money, notl for .'n 40 to'p rt
CAAM YOU AFFOW
AI Iras- ---s--e ezper s. b hiHe i s good. A YOUn AFFORD I

V ui 'P 0PIa vieo oad me is for beaw
f, PSawnTl..... as.L sepol. II mirbos lg sd sek iag purp se.
oimre" elnwteb -a oe who kn'o bow so fry s
^ wuxiV ^ oO TSI SLOM eOWWA Sod, S01 M
sv. Man se, TaLE a s4 peldei s*c s essM Wmuinoalaly tableng sad ao q
kmDdme*Spl~,s iUh me *ei, s"IaB. r4 s4U .o ils. But. s
-fto D-yW t Oolift qataH>d er merosht -e aiii on ftk t i
Sspta, i beni b orkr ams aye ad 4
ow t. .aWig pa.rt -mae UcVs stm, pu -od-es% q "aThe iSdy who does nI I o as-e S
0 S or* *i"t cM Mto 1 l Avsii" tolMr Wi w ppear witb the am s ont
_gfre T #0tIro soh leieui bhas to be foend.
aeerene tiesrito aul nM r1M eio a elome, 6 hW i glhowwl l MeW d 4 emen i Virgial a tbe d l "d.
jr orti and345it* ior em fw ,A d.rp". kGUat n'wo Al
|fstrios..*iscs 60r0*n.-e aat hg|| ba es tahei kfss *ae wertih -eaeh. ad tshaMse
sfordpy tiveunr tausmwa W1 eb pi hlO"A Pt4116 bhen" kilted Virgolas iorl del s.
~t n. d eas, I tf iaieed 6Ntt0~ ho s Mhopr Se mes quoted any too high.JP
1 tt.w- we. ~.t 17 a %e me MM The demsad for labor 4do-oes aof s
IP 011"r, p'ld t OS*gt 4 h i* Osom > people. notton piokere have
tneay, 1 '9t eeu P0 W am m ,so eoar In b is se mtion tboasI s
p k.l. su wit a a" n drivensto the limit to bar- V TI UER NO15

Mof4 MIy Itr fr.- ____- -Ttool awi 0". - M du O aLH
s* eso. C-^.*L se The people who hav bee ooIuloknla on CAM
M aM *t t *iMSl the dark id* ofthe U'lversity loss*
$bat"" willoe t n e opes their eyes with a twishlmass
Sssg s r wh they ad he ommutlea t of
o 4 inaow em o b eI r ? .<..l i ol-allo ms q"w add -I 8obl d
"oL AM Arwi, T eDAVewr Wsi t W@w CaI Obtirms Bryan of the uSta Board dof
oa dod^u' ?3 .... C. ^Sdisee s i Control in this Issue of a Rooh* FChM .
kpo 4 f weighsT ad w9h &ees, 4ii.? B UB
*A to be cla their workat to won '.I .Npn "Fightlg tShe Flame," the most
GMorQni. O* whis lI easly and eRereelar famousemet as.
I g .e e whi. '. dih pigp These sesmlr eyver ion I the rthr, bas
StUeIr Ieldie o orsponuell I s okp "olW" ns oM' bee wooeW forthe rea s \Forida W M \
S igh n a'nd a o m ofe Wa o l o ru hrat Fl rso hed in amwps, No.
fil" t t dark so ts .a orhse asahgr a g rreiod. Thid. tasrtion tw OrDTi& Bw




Te farmers are aro bseay wdith t "e lakoeville, Pr lda. tosevelt soUl oely see n sd by a personal vilit of N ,
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Saee bed..d we will dso o ae su h m y wholeome rpihe. W .e td peo o sthe aaers riadri
lug the Northere markets with 0U o dy hle fai bed sbetatIolly the Ndw or nd *t rl t xpes to (the Pay L beo promptly
I-Ar ==Soth, it wAsle very oppormee for lh e eMhild nt ythrMd should fal so o s
If Pr eld t Roosewilt ha to pa Ps I n troa repeat it. Inh hdS a -dd reIs "4i ghla ed laom" paor hs om YOU Are
: etyUsloMtbheddegit sAllesnbep* henide eoP re0in. wto will tobe the best *wr
9"IIar T eklh. gam dhl goOron $be O4oot of fawir Astoditk No was, woman or
IIttb I h o low n d inew a soM fall $a s@
I (o Jolt on the ptuMien AD" h o w bo pai I rael will beItherbent ever
l e bomlght from Asrahe may develop "Develop youmlves. Dl your teel 1 InJo I ioeMs That no serious lor can o
l te a tWiR reformer. btsl o develop In addiltlo to good W refag.
Im es and prebesn lwho shall
When there I a soarsty of mews She prnebto soelered mee, as preashere
AUtialtdallieslj drop sL-am ter should presh to white me, bus bly r I ll ife, i(nt
elem of "Stole press ommeat o their frolu sall o kkoew them Ao, afdUilt
-A ft tbsmeriltrl ra.t ,,he truly rl)lAoessmana lthe mas, do-
o yanlrd sld imru" otehim private life, or-N olSw No*e but Reliable C
I, TMhe doeson as Nwie Orlwe sla t. derly, laweblldiag. I
..* tha e "e h eeeq.e.e. he puor, "I say ll bonr oto teseer, allow hon or
Sso- people* oe m*** mugto al opanke, bet It s ans* t po.. & A a C
W on tondthe opol weather did t hesIble &hat the bulka or any people ean
S eo pre or peseeoors. The- bulk D r Inr m . io. frnio
ha got to be men who follow trade
Theo agel geion Io le trooblnlag mroy ad motbeald pl.salus, who are
people just as present. Bnt a Uey rItel tradelmem sad earpentr
'sdos' fenrally appear unt the lat a M who iVsl Io ay of thes re *PARTiIAL PI
t4, we will baeo plenty of ime so spedt, and very Oma who ask that I *
ake tup." kind of ood hrmer or thrifty, pro. Whiskies, W1e1

paper will say something that will of- 0 Ule is o a.sm ishr- EXPIM S PR AlI.
temd sons one. yet they are alwar the Ameria people as a whole, or to soear ats^ ord w U.T. m uMer re.n Sq4 Qi 14
M LkingK weuso the press neer dareM he Unitd SMate Governament as rep- U N3 c u.... SDw
to lepress hlself. rMKatoall she Atmerica nati. T heA Pt MIsemCea eIB* ... so o P to
Sletame, "Us.le .*.,"w as applied te I* 4l' _rly^e"b- n 21 o 1i
No wonder thoae Peoeylvaia Re she Usited Batge 0 oe e Bat, isd Mh WMie 9 k
S ,pebbliuse wanted ih prI of ho at to have ortI ted as lfoliowr Bumnel |e |1 ae |l a as a
I tte i auled If they wold have Wl o, olmmeoly k a as "mo Ap ae a ..r .......n
Skep up t" scheme Phila'~ ldelpaam u was a ors..ormme. ibapseor of SM 534 5 ... e. as tI
eM stil dlhar her oold name od the meets Is Tro. in Y., about 1I8I. A .- 2
wi ltSration tis. emireetor, Ktoers An)doro., psr. **1 r
S a lsehad a quoatity or p.ror..los s-d t -WII I I* Ia a S
If Japa' h* tm.trol of Kora for a brelrs wer' marked "3. A." Ande- Ptinout W tf Ow.ee r s s5s
few yenr thvre wll t\ *fh *u d* ae'sl Itlat, ad ''U. ." for Uwilt Tbe sew Umati ft DO- Amere A-s -* AH oo*r or sM
vaoe In Rthe eImllasr of tre people iatee. The late r iitlal n **o Ot r___________ _______ O_ ___
at tey won't kn.w t ,hema..lve Rut famillUr h. Wilson's wor kme. Os*f hPtm a MM0 IOiluts HA NE
the proeree thq .uLi uaneht u.der she k*, wh aked what y Cu tomch any Ur 1.I A IAM AT. HAN E
Realasa rule wnuIlt atit viklblr to mma. asewerad : "I d k'm .e. e b* I tand Ul CefM W.0 aRBSS
e asked *y- in a cImtery. les. thoe mes 'Umel am '" Tbe MIpston by restoring te IJ j. u. eOax. Prumnte
joke pred i Htgh all the dtpe p Mteial CtigeOftbh o* S*. W. ea.. Tie.Pumdies
If stel rallrad nowehe do loI Bprue meo of thr Ooenroramels, ad befre b.h Uver aund bowls. liD DTD OIP
mess safe sha steel ves the (ha Ilono the UsitUd Stats wa polr poprly b. 1. .i Lt- a n
of the people will nt more seens *aor r.rro as "Utlet* 9.P __
S she with the .oode roach Sl ----M IA
-egest senest l a** have noi Thealkagiu Day. Newa 30. bMkl -55 0
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ontowro; olowwlwww %v strw g ns wll 10 RM R V"9A W NN"FMI
ta~e as ell s tnse '~.d of ~ulTamrpa.___
the odilrenme saill be that ct.l cram
will moo burn Nt krt %nortO, City ow v at v e
I1 another VsolmNa rIs tdit ys & SA' to ish J. Obe mOakes M tAtd he
topsdoneed a emmuakat m frumme enosor n auiner the rA Io f. P.
" BeN. I Blryans. chairman ia the Clsey & Oa. a O mg a umisemtohe
WSt elmik IlSMr Q of CLiotel. nd ('m4lof Toledt., etad9NW afe
* .W eiNall appeamld In The oJek md. M4 thatla Sm w 00Pat %te
geUYll eGmlis of tbetoer Nrd corn of Oso HeNOW DRUM & ee
me. Nero eem the lt lesImpree- I sne vrery te: e* d mms that u
- MA sels a peol have bete tw ctired by the e6f WIN 00 Csms
Cum hu 01
-01rAIN toom"w. and setst I rs i rs Lr
th* simiui low, tO 11w". met
"AdIsO" 1he md. There slt h ber DAN)&i A. W.
be as br" 1841181- *1 hmde &ad (111,101 swim i
doeamwUlc-lessiW bami b ecl y mll. y mo soarch mbfteb"
__ 0"asft elfeat I& law
to"0e ae.I a Ire m I mw town Ovoid ha tt" J e &O .
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Missourl's Executlyl and Fariiy Have "
Narrow E fr- I the Emma Gold Mine
Jeff'erson City, Vo. 0,-'b 't tr-t
governor'sos Mnson at .1 n Citye m a M ine
S- V I was damaged to the olt., o t A ),e pA 4 e today Is the btest and safetit inve'tmtni posiblh t,
by fie this m orol st s'ij kti. take.
of S .4. , aIJl hm.,.i---'-. r ernor Folk, hsla wife mat i ad to bis MeloeaAd ad t ore on the dump. It i, ,iot an experi.
l-vib-wi" -, g- C tek quarters at a *eethb !. nitt, hot a sanilfeellM ist-aT ent.
l m1T IT a1 M Dimma A Governor Folk. Who wi- i usd by With *ouSflflb tewdl sn took w wiill insue i 3 per eiunt gold
Se.&N.d $. the crackllag of the IUSal- phoned 'bond, insuring the swet'n f m say possible chance of IUl.
7. ALi j FLo T. AL A U ME y am to the fre deprtmOt hen atM-. The gold bondsineaspMiasGoverimeat Bonds
w*aaLanldatameaadiddlitm teptned to extiaxlti the. rnte We would like h tO ift M100 If tJ @ oodeid bt interested in a
i S~~ DMw Pow" to Sut the in the seccyM i 1 wt l" te eofid s-tory aila.s itb tw frt-ei. Finvesri.tit. ablllll S 1.ate, ad e- with th bright.e t pros.
__ rir the closest investigations sad ee weli ke to got you interested.
festive, sad after sela I wife sad Fall particulars for the mere askflg.
TAX RETURNS ARE TOO LOW. their five guests W at out ad
L. Palmer of Madiom has hi ad- tie massim, the oror M t.4 led Mo. I g A
i eembined stalk pulletr.-4 'tate examiner Dicovere that Prp self to sawtl the piutrai"s i1 his por RIFEr t1 WI CO WIV
N Retun s Are Too tmall. decessora to loa, 'penodIi ,ne arrtiv'
ausllasy 10jt the earpenler Montgotery, Ala.. Oct. (24 -State of the Armeo. r.- h.'ll.,J Brokers. St. Clair Buildlllg, oMn u, Ohio.
Whit a liaIeb will demand n KMtaminer of Pubic Acounts Ands *tat to have ~&rtted 11m4 a flu, n t he .al.
dfy, the property of Shelby county is gi-. way. AQor more tha an hour's la. Send uq a postal for full infomilflon. Minei
Prbyterian church a Ea t a at about half its r n! value to bor. t h SIr was txtinguW- ) within 290 foo t of the Emma have paid a h h as
grbatlyimprovd Inst Eutio- the tax officers. It is shlon that there The manamoa -4eoct** ,n 173 At 40 per cent in one year. Watch the maD Mine
geatl mprovqd in the i- is an increase in vaiu tions in 9106 a eCost o ,00. bl ee- frequeatchthe
Sprg over last year of 4199..'2. The valu- appropritlOs have been .,l. by Le D Its diviend.a
pft mers around High Springs nations in 1904 were $4.575,974. legislature and the lmprt'\ nuts and
r place are holding their cot These facts were brought out by a turnishlta havew cot S- > more. ,,c......o. ..__re.
etMt better pries. examination of the books of the ofl. The loss to fully covered h ,numranoe...
las-tOass COattle Company will cers of tae county, juat finished by Mr. A A a RE LTY O M ANi
headquarters at Fort Pierce, and Worman. It Is found that Judge of AstWetihlag Incident.
karesaopital of $W0,00. Probate A. P Longshore bad mlade a It waM. lteo all h e friend .an atoo.
hyMacnths are obstructing the mistake against the state of $36.35. thing lde t M. I I Hut ofATRACTALT COM PAN
Line Oanalso that launches have and Taia6oilector J. H. Robertson $10. Lime Ridge, Wie., wae .ur.*d of her XIxnoozEX- tolI
ltfy i pusinlg through the water, both of which amounts were remitted dreadful 1ato ekm. *"Do'tor,"' lihe
Sof lerm t ill at once. Ie other officer. whose writ. ,had gives me up; friada E.*. V O L A
Deekera B on ilbks were examined were Tax Asae**. w4ie ready so bid methe l ast farewell; Abstletet of Title and full information furniahed rel aed IadeI Io thil
p dry goodand ents'fornish. sor J. II. Pitts. Superlntedeat of el of d elodseoftd rdarkemred my horison, enonty. Our manager has lived n this eount t hlt y ea sal
1omre at Eultie, making that city ucaton J. O. Dorrouglr, Sherl R. r. sad I was a wIek om the shres of dee- i thoroughly conversant with lawd titles.
B Ome.' Cox, Clerk J. R. Lyke. ex4Cerk J. poMdels, whom I began to take Blse-
Ls. L. B. Mathes, teacher of the p. Pearsoo. tried litte for y frightful stra 1k
Creek school has resigned. Shelby Is one of the beet counties ad liver eolptalah 'Td the astoolsh.' q
-hd too much trouble with the in the state. having several line of meot of all, I was beartited atas me FIRU, AOOIDINT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY IlIUURANOI. lpOem
board. railroad, valued In 1904, at $1,941.61, sad&= am ow Oesploetei and mirase.- sattai a number of promninent Amerlean and uEnillih nomptalm.
slightblase in the kitchen roof of with other public utility valuatlos as lovely restored o health. \t all drug REALI8TWATR AND OITY LOANS.
Uaimkenity bilditge. at Lake City. follows: Telegraph lines, $74,713; toele. stors price 0t; guaranteed. grv.l3e T Flo i3 .
eaosed a lot of excitement graph. $44,923. Besides this It has --- ,.. .. J
mas mash damage. $16,310 in water company value. .*1 h m lee t o f e I.1lih, a l. Re-.
With 0 andanumberf for. 7TbU first lightulang rod %. not can.
she 6mlth, who elaim. Jackson. With all theb and y aabter of fr. tt b franklin wl r st up lt o I a ot iT..
as his home, is under arrest in Des stand other iron works, It '8 "Ma Ameries, but by a monk ;t Reutta T ALA UA U A ,
ta for robbing a man of $S4. John tba& the lands are glven at a very low pOr. Boehela, aaused 'V!,4op Dil. I.STAIIIJMHKIt. -o
used to live in Cincienati. figure. especially as they are in many wbib l Hsa appersta wn ,1.1e sad a Theu etion
as es underlaid with valuable al.- put tagethir durlag the springg and The qut Renders reliable serv Seventh Day Adventists have erals. smm__ of the year 1T4M andl was Gint of Title the iand Titles in the State of Florida, partleularly
slo ed an Interesting conference --t op ta the lardal of e ,ur Alachtsh county.
Ot at Plant City. The church is Woman Charged with Plekpoeketlng. preadla (Meravia) i Jun. I5) of tho Ires oold --
R al in strength in the State. Atlanta, Oct. 24.-After shadowing year above M aMed. The rli attalad NPERCIALTIEKl Abstraets or itlesal Tax Kale aunhus
1 A Brown still holds the ofle?1 of the "woman la black" who w asb be* a- ime dstneUtloo a that later oadle e*s!o o for Aas le a ie.ReMld*M t lad Owuensi Llates ,tlsa,
RlofDovaleounty. and quo war- lieved to be the female pickpocket. by Franklin and was the .se of tbhe vestor. Tewas
proceedings are said to b e ahe d the leader of the rang w ich aIveator beinag pIdted with m t I O r
method of contesting the law. robbed a number of people In te city t ad. Reference lit National ank of ai e. .
last Friday. Detectives Simpson adlu eilld that the med was tile.*use o f eforAne o. Fi Nationalnlkenkrof t.ine.vlie, H.r.
n down with the wells at Wet .aforJ and Patrolman Roberts arrest. ti o reat drought of 17T5. I73t and Dttoe A (o.. Rankers.
Beash 75 feet, perfect coanb ed In he Kimball bouse, yesterday ad upto V n it wa dtterl I l aOr ak .
rwer discover ed, whieh show Mrs. Henry C. 'hite, and placed down .
part O Florida to have been eov. h r In th female detemUo ward at.. C Y D Ej
water years ago. .,poie barracks. At the same time YO HT L L I IN' E
lIng to report from Tampa it ey arrested a young main wwo gave A
be a hard matte to tell who fired his name as Charles Gray. Wihe. .i so1 .11 s. s tu
est bost in thbe reseat union lghti, searched. Mrs. White was found to
Charley Potter was killed and have $244 aid o6 her clothing. done A .av I ny b a hat tha,'s "i
Hardaker wo wounded. up n flve packamee. and the offers styhiI t ade tf h.a or ma hbas
o St. Augustine Record issued a bllIeve faIn Is a part of the mon1y 9616sk are ewr4 mr. rur
handsome Sunday edition In bho- whirh they made so many rich haule OW es"r y ay. Hat*. . eaele,.it
Of President Roosevelt's visit. It while the president was In Atlanta. h edi ng aeWalSM tshe 'ra ltle s ervn.
wV h sop the Oft Im t reot of th,
Illustrated with fine pictures of abMr.
rotr Broward, the mayor and Seved His Life.. When ree hair eboen 'f rall out &,i
eI nes about the city. beside J. W. Davenpors,Wino.Xn Ky..wriaos, ig n W see fs1t1 I tr.uff in ar
sita tbo best picture tf Presi- June 14, 1002: "1 want to ell you I muily &at wei.L
B oosevelt)twe have seen in any believe Ballard's Snow Linimelt aest d 1rteII is L Ist ay ,'o.r e .TWath
alo the South my life. I wa oder the ttatmoeat .ef a I ., Jackl onvllle and New York,
itaey's 400-pound bear eseaped two doctor., and hey told mee o of Wip- kll rr .te re h.ih, Osillta OHAMLrTUl, Si. U., bush ways.
the alligator farm yes*rda ** m^ y lungs was est ir b; *C g..se sa* n t tm he ai r* ***sr* er**
o rta d maledt h ha. lover to' ntha .. I I* *~ A a ". Olyde Ne England and Southern Line
The bear's name is Teddy, and it w td ~d by a fed to try BaIk rds'e .-... -- -. Dises SMletem JACKWOIVI.LL. IKtTON -ad
rooeevlt. the famous sad lav, me t relif; ;tm) fti sQal et ( AN? f A UIA r aOia a Obarleus l bli way.
bear heater, was i. towno. he ohtl's ured meo*ad sa.d well. It is v mii-' "W ZU XT.,T SAILIMO
h. ,, ,,-- .. *auderfel emaed taa.d I r'ese, med II ... Vio,. Le t W h Itp
i for the wood sad sought a hid- I at eultrlag baumaity" old W b V., r*- *. *m, ,,l.. .........Viorm V. .. (eoe 09..- dw tflI
plh..ae. This is about theb oly M Johaeson a f @3. .I.l.. 0............... o Pt .
pi exglanstioa that can be .- t e.- *m I ewa eh,.--
Is to Jmstileation of the actioe of Iritish O.e's Ra*eec*ed. e a 'e~y-
Sheretofowe well-behaved bra Tsan ..r, (oct 4 -Th Port Uhip .ha es "SFeel.r.* S JOh 1n LI
)i sIbI but what he will retua to PatlafnUlr arri eJ hier pit s, be a, e KWen j AC-MaJVILLs a(d SAM
a o lerlag that thePresidet tsla ('rowth ,5A s4 Iieeeaast Hotuts. ". eitogeq HlMha,. t w taum, a* o 4 tAl )aKd hMad-temaSle
5b -. AAyhbew, Boe r Perry. with the Drlttsh of 'e ar wlho wr cpte4aIaLs a s M. S ase. s m I adB
f hamad.. will a-mpt to ep iIM. t opt ',- tr .f i.. ..- "-'so ,, --M -'.. uesr "cr r ITV lF IaVs JTs
hZL ear aodhrlse him bak if he llbertktIC of *he .Enceri *M eweOCa -k ee~e5 SeaTinr "*CITY OF' JAO 3ONiV!LLr


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- .*-- -brisad. 1'. *cn'e' a brotaet l whmr .11w 'Y, I.t~l l 'hrWdedassdVrdaiF7 .m
Koo Watcl Over Vist.. headed tbt ,tnrs f -i a m wW NIDM
S us, TeCW as. O 4. -m ma.the chprture to an a Or
aI y v~i overb the dead gep W~j ~ck7 p9-e ~~c~ meN LC Railins&O PehebrU10r~-~--~,.... L.... ve Sn,
dpro f sam h-M 4 sPett the slvt the A bereei0 saidthat these M w oe Owesm ws .Am it e 11 M

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of tiw' i, erimiTering ainalgilfieance of
the su1'1 'olro ii *a seei n i a total
felllu.e ion, ow aen y I le gathered
aben It Is couu'hldrel that even matter
of fact rsientisrts are stricken peech--
leen with awe in its Ipresene. lir Pran-
rte 4alton was once assigned to mesa
are tihe beat of that strnuge blal He
recouns that he expervlced a feelHn
of supmrnue exultatiem whbe be dlicov-
eral that hii lustrulmnnt wan broken
atMl that he 'oulkl be permitted a few
tlllllllrot In whith to revel In thei r-
ml.rkatilc ol emtacle So carried away
was* he Iy tlahe riry of the panoratma
'hIIn h( eI .i f(.' i t to n1te dowu thel
I..1uII 11 ig OT th.'( r .t( t 1Ot.4 l l

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fT 'r.- hi. i -Al l-t'%in .stionedl for a
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O'f i i'-r ~mtn! IUI c.a.In*Itllat prtate
ulatu s i t f-'ll to a .i i eiqul l a It laln
dJ(e lfatwi,,, Ti,. arMn .',"*-l IIIh' e-tr'ui llf of
the br m:i r .'mii L init th,'*g'i.l to 'tl' tlng
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RAILROAD *RIIK IN RUWIt A.
----*: MsW and hawks am
Traffic Across Central Belt Is Parl.m W ell t e y their parents. From
tyaed-Moscow Iselatd. t tn r tew t strong enough to pol
St. Petersburg, Oct. S4.--The ranl rt,l6 up the quarries broftW
road strike situation show no laI te iit hl one fong course of instlr-
of amelioration. Traffic across-t tis T' to old blrds know pert faly
central b lt is paralyzed, while a ir WM WUh the young ones will hWa, to
eral strike which broke out today and they get them fit for d& it
SKIsthe s rta as they can. They comelgp m
FKharkor ls the nlo, imports ".
road cnter InsouthernRusa take longer flights day,atter-day
road cnter n southern l teach them bow to stoop-that Is,
striju affects among other, the UIi trike at their quarry. On or the oth-
to the Donetz coal region, on wtl h erwill boot ip with a pi on* of feel-
iussia largely depended for fuel d4rig er or, It may be, u followed by the
the crisis In Lte oil regions Iid the youan hopefgln. 'Ipbn lBe morwsl J
line to Odessa and Sebastopol. M~al dropped ftrm the elut Down they
cow is isolated, except the line to t. dai tr It, sad tlb that takes the
Petersburg, while the capital has an 'QUea" M* ", aCweir ae prhie t are
International line. via Eydkuhae, tt 0 ,h~ d. na.d. When the old
open to Brllin. The strike is prt Ot ~ 00l yom ung can fII l for
a general scheme of the Federal 6 d ll ~ tbq g. This Is not a
d to co the ro ole, but cessity, for they
mands to comnpfel t.e ecmpproleteo m Im a D cfed and buffeted off. So
univerul sufr.iag, Huian complete po* we IU ti tkiLs n In the coautry that
tical freedom. BhIt ie plan of Lthe iIl. it c l common think to hear a lad say,
ers is- t avoid a coilliion with the Ma- "Tho *re hawks has drnv their young
tboriti(a. A s e ."-Blackwood's Magazine.
T-el I, rc' s'nt ilirpose Is to Ike
tests of ithe trelnlgth of the varlOUi A Wem'oferfl Plsat Piailly.
organizailons preparatory to the .in- There a family of mteisocplei
augigratlou of a general strike of all plants called diatoms which warm In
lass, ie support of the radicals ait ll aMenm In everyl.llme. They are
nbout the time the national assembly oaed with pure silica, or flint, and
lleelts. The congress of ftlnroad erm. af fond in the most dellcatsand love-
ploycs now In seslon here has deolded Itleorips 80 tiny e they that it
in favor of universal suffrage, po.tlcol tL 41,0 0.000,0 f them to Ill I
freedom, amnesty ie right to cub Inch, and 10000,000 to
freedom, amnesty tIe rlgt to rn. henaked eye would just look like a
ize strikes, the liberation of the ar- pe k of t and weigh only a raln.
rested strikers, an eigh-hour day, a They multiply so fast that within for-
school for the Cmpl'o),s' c0idren and ty-elght hours one may become 8,000-
the abolition of the martial law. 000 and Its offspring ll.two cubc feet
in l for days. As they die they sink to
Strike General at Kharkoff., the bottom, falling In a constant show-
Kharkoff, Syria, ct. 24.-A general er. In the course of ages they fll up
strike broke out here today on all the harbors, the deposits formed of them
railroads. being many miles to extent and hun-
dredb of feet in thickness. The deep-
Hile Is hariUamen. at depolit known to that on which the
During the reign of King John (1110) Itty of Belln stands, which Is eighty-
the king agreed to settle the diiculty four feet thick. At St. Petersbur
with Philip 11. of France respectUa the there is a deposit of thirty feet, and at
Iutchy of Normandy by single corn- Richmond. 'Va, is one of eighteen feet.
bat. John, earl of Ulster, was the
ungxllh champion, and aa soos as he The r Ce*I a s.
appeared ou the field of combat hbls The atperiorlty of those men who
adversary put apurs to his boreWnlsd kthelPlLr tempers In public bodies Is
Itd, leaving the earl mater of the so apparet that cooloes should be
field. King Jon asked the earl what on of the first virtue to be cultivated
his reward should be. "Titls and land there. T discreet member will re-
I want not." he replied, "but nl renma gard public iff of this kind a a
branue of this day I tIx the boon, for chool for stauc a purpose. ITere atr
anyrelf anml my Nucctesors, to remain trials for nervous or impulsive men
cover in the p,reaenw of your ma)e- often In these position but a part of
ty anl all other sovereigns of this their tactlcn must be to resist them it
realu This m"rt it was Iranted sa they are to have hope of success. Noth-
iver revoked. andt is said to account in g can iT clearer than that It is for
fior the ueto. In parnit amet of mcn- tietr Interet -to do so. The debater
for tweuh r theIr halnt.-omeedon stand who keeps cool Is sure to have his op.
A Ipo ent at a disadvantage. Te cool
a-- --_ ...- -.- man is usually a master of usarams
Webtle a. warmer. which Is an effective weapon In an.
Webster wua a Iwlntifinc farmer. lie noylug an alrersry, but a dan grous
tIlevled tbhoruughly in the value of one also. Itwb-al, there is always the
bloochd stwck. At Marsh8eld he had a templtatnion o Icarry It to9 far. Tbh
hlars of lixty tr eighty bea comlailo'e entirely of thoroughbred an- are the' gnl maIaturn i mienl. wlhem words
lininl ofa Alder.ners. Arratirem antl kave n' tie g11ll twlindl thenm.


THE SUN

JOB PRINTING

DEPARTMENT

Makes a Specialty of All Kinds


ask a visitor to the Black
I'res forcdbly than teb per
t) a~L of a country were every
ila iis warrior and goes about his
dall beat1es with his revolver In hb
belt. 'he traveler Is sacred to the
MIateniMrhs, whose manners prove
the truel, the saying that they are
the atbitorey of the Bevlaa race.
DrMeenta their plcturckqoe national
arb of bue knickerbockemr, white gal-
tem and tcrilon Jackets, with pork pie
e *ef scarlet and black on their
the mountaineers look the beau
eLsl G( a nation of fighters, such as
the old OGreks must have been In the
days when they all carried arms. Their
whole history during 4e five centuries
of MHoenMtngrn independence has been
one log series of frontier feods, and
weO now guerrilla warfare on the Al-
banian border is not extinct. But to
the stranler within their gates, what-
ever be his nationality, the mountain-
Ma are friendly and hospitable.-
Westminster Review.

Th* Stars .ad Strip*..
A German periodical has the follow-
ing story as to the origin of the stars
and stripes: The Idea originated with
a Dane named Marker. lie was born
on the island of St. ('roix of the Danish
West lndies, where blA father and
grandfather had lived. In 1795 he left
his native island and proceeded to Phil.
adelpbla. lie was amoug the first to
Join a compimny of volunteers for
American litwrly and independence.
For valor shown at (riskany be waV
elected -aptain, and to show his grati-
tide be designtId a flag in whose upper
corner he apllitld the thirteen star
emblematic of the thirteen 6rglntal
states of the Uniolu. This was the first
occasion upon uwhih the "star span-
gled banner" wa.q unfuried. The origi-
nal fag of (Captain Marker is supposed
to be In existence' In mu e natiloal:l col-
lection of releo of r the Viwr of the Revo-
lot iotn.
Doctors Said He Would Not Live.
Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa., writes:
"After doctoring for two years with
the belt physicians in Waynesburg,
sad still getting worse, the doors ad.
vised me if I had any business to at-
tend to I had better attend to it at
once,. a I could not possibly lire
another month a there was no core
for me. Foley's Killey Cure was ree-
omnenudd w me by a friend, and I
Immedlat l ent mf son to the store
for it, and fiter takinK shree bottles I
began b get better, and contioaed to
Improve Intil I was entirely well." J.
W. MeOollom & Co.

Presvame s Ffe the We.ddfg.
"I suppows." m:1iid the farItious stran-
ger. watchblin a workman spread a
carpet from the church door to the
curb. "that' the hlghroad to heaven
you're fAxtg there."
"No." repll'l the mann: "this is mere-
ly a bridal path."- 'hilide'lplhi PrJess

A Rea l tllsh Jeoke.
Loperda. It Is stated, are becoming
vnpleasantly numerous In the neigh-
barbood of Simla. Two of them rem
gently lay In wait for the mail cart,
but fortunately they were spotted.-
London Punch.

Cures Chill and Fever.
U. W. Win, Naeogdonhes, Texas.
ssrs his daughter had bcills and fever
for three years; he oold not had any-
thrll tata would help her till he seed
Herbine. Hls wife will not keep bomo
without it. and easnnt say oo meush
for lL. 50. Sold by W. M. Johon


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ex.Monday ex. sunday

Interehanueable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the price.
eipal railway 1 n the Southern State, are on ale by the principal agent.
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantie Ooas
Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
For complete informatiorr-eall on
J. A. 060DWIN, Ticket Agent, Oalnesville.
Address:
FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Dis. Pass. 4gt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pas. Agt
188 W. Bay it., Astor Bntlding, Jacksonville, Fla.
H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W. J CRAIG, Gen. Pu. Agi.,
Wilmington. N. O. Wilmington, N. O.



Gainesville Gulf Railway Company
Time Table in effect September 24, 1905.

SiI
No. 4. No. S. No. 1. No. 8
Deily Daly. HTATIuNH. Dally. Dil,.
I '*


iiv'P M
8 00
8 10
8 20
S 8 25
8 86
1 00
4 10

4 30
.... .. 4 40
4 00
600 Lv


7 lbAr,
9 50
...... 8 48
.. .... .. ... ...
.......11 06
... 58 A
....... ; t A


Lv A Mi Ar. P M Ar PM .
... .........aireld..... ...... 2 30
... ... .......Irvine 2.... I2 20 .
... ... ........ Dun arvan ............... 2 10
... ... .. .. r ut slde..... . ........ 2 05 ......
....... ........a ............. 2 00 .
.. ... ........ .. e im o ton 1 6 .. ...1
......... ... M canopy ................ 1 40
... ... ...... Taooma ... ... .... 130 ..
... ... ....... Kirkwood................ 1 25
... .. ......... lyatt.......... ...... I 0 .
... ... .. .... Wacabhoot.... ..... ... 1 10
....... .......Rocky Point...... ... .... 12 5
S-0 i;j ......ainsvlle....... "' ;10 I
S68 ........ ellUamy ........ 8 66 ; o 6 ..
7 06 ...... yril.......... 8 40 86
7 12 .............raham. ....... 8 r82 922
7 2 ...... mponu City ..... 8 i 0lo
10 60 ... Palaska, 8. & ... 660 p 600 a
.p' 4.. .......
845 .L e Ocity 0.a. F... 7 04 p'742
8 10 p ....ITallahame, 8. A.L... 1 48 p.......
11 00 a ......Valdosta, 8. & F... 4 60 p 20
4 00 p .....Mamon, G. 8A .. 11 8 a12 40 a .
7 66 ......... A tlanta, C.of Os....... 7 0 a 00 i
Ar P Lv A ILv P M
i l


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Train 8 and 4 do not run between (iainueville and Fairfeld on Sundays.
L. E. BARKER. General S uprintendent J F. HILL Agent.


SOUTHERN RA
Effective May a8. 108 5.


2 TVestble Trains Last M s. 6( 'N. 2O


Lv Jaekournlle. So y 9
Lv Jesup So. ly 11
Lv Saalnah So. Ity 1
Ar Columbia o. Ry 6
Ar Oharlotse So Ry Io
Ar GQreenboro So. y I
Ar Danvilir S. Ry 2


Ar tehmnood So.
A rynehburg So.
Ar Charlotteevall So
Ar Wastingtou So.
Ar Ratimor P. K.
Ar W. Ph'del'ca P1 R
ArNew York P R.


K. II
K4


ILt ;Mp
4&s ItI 49p
20p, 12 Ih1
mp 86'Ma

13a 1.,5p
21. ? lop
4 JpI
U&4 a 4.&p
Ida 6 11 l
51 k s&IP
3". i2I Via
45p 2 Ma
Ist' @.'%I&


of PlaisI rad Faney N o24--New York and Floril dax-
press." DalyI Pualmaa Lnraaing KiRmni
'1 ~I~pin g ar Part Tampa and JaemLe?.i-
Vile to New York
Cormercial VYo. 80-Wsaanre si I b li~rids
mate~d." Ihaly Pc'!mara I~rawiag
kovIe n Sleeping Car .Jbek5eiyqi Io
Job PrintinaKD'
IF o r ... e de"t*w Un y o Me NO S o.2 4
Lv Jseksoonvihlo. tIs F.
Business Men, L I aro (i. t 4" p
SAt Colembli. S C '44 R y 4
L Asaaevis,(aN C a. %
Professional Men, A r Heil (a F.y73p

Manu factories, Etc At As L ten R R;A

Leoal Blank on Short Nouce ___________

Tbe follwioW IWAg fr toma 060 of *ur jmand Suet ~ibaprl ('a t-e.-
mail oWder w aemers SwselIepl Jae"oavi and Casceana
Kyi:.. rob y r lI. 19.bll 11111141111" 0"
H lt*"ese e -- -
IDen 51r; SsiFvs th PrlUg' From Now TYr. wssb.aaae ct' -
maSeor is doe tliiii"d SO say W
r~e~gap I 'e the t~ed *15 -~~l(\l L
7i ew Teeb. Wahie ei-" -a
1~ rovissirs T. Fosis s~a Asbo rt: I# p

T" M S.ts
Ur 8dWO (1ee4 X.W. A. Ts W

,CU~ s (r? N* .lfII C. 3CM~ ~ 1,v B~taotr


ILWAY.


North and 11'ri%. Je iS
vJucksollwirie.. Is. S.u.1(y. 7 Up
LT Jesup, (i6. so. 10 Sp
A r Mcoq. a So. iHy. Bo
Ar AtlantaI, Oa'So. Hy.. 530
A? ktime..tOa N)KHy.7 Not
iAr hAitian. 1 $a icS H.&3
tAt that.inanuiotqa le-tliu S KRj 4k
A r I.-sinittimKy q A C 30lP
qr a i C. 744
Ly t'llfel~liati.1). u ROp

AIF C, ee'aarua, Bo'al iFur 78p
Cr Iheag Ill)Ihins 7 1l
fl_A l a 4'i 1 toalist 1 A. 8O
Ark (h i. Ill I Moion 7 At
lvr C'nIDCasa3*i q) a' I 41 944
A TuI e-do. ( H ) ( )' H* f
At r Dtotit. %eh(+ PM -I I75
(''rican? at.. I I va t. ire-" 7 i-J
Ar Pitttahmr. Il"I I'm Lines 5


L f n l. , a f 1 1 ,m O i
Ar C! v I a i 'a Foar I
Ar ('.e-rj lop lop*

IVI'-Ah HimriL! ~~ 'o K. i1(1
Acnl~r iAA.A). '~t'i ~Icy S~

\Ir 4 -. c n 'y
A r 114 cr rn i! r icy. 1




A r F311~~. 1 ~



'4.0-1stic 4 ar W** joef "14M
C %4.71 W )- C -e l b *
C ; pe4 a'"'. .-'oft


)sl. Bay %4., josham"Yo
S. A Co x AL aL J


~. ~. ML


-a


a.


Take The Atlantic Coast Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
Via Via Via Via
Zp e t Doper a a O. A Dtpoa. or
or or biSeMip JWke'vti M0*e
Jeer'avllle JdUlo~rMtlle U I v eMooearQer

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
rime Table in effect April 18, 1905.


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, OCTOBER 23 190,5


ONE WHO CAN DO THINGS
Is AIwaysm 3a a P For the

v. smpolers are Wwayc
for the-exceptional man or
the one wbo can step out frow
wd and (to things 3ii an original
bo ean econtomize In processed.
a fac'iltatte bliLineSm. They are
looking for tIhe eariiarks of
Ip. of superior ahbiity. They
lug for the irogresaive em-
w wth ncew ideas ho callh elp
to No mtorre of a svcee--s. They
very w11 !ii0t thflip can get any
ber uo'amoniajong tultitud"
WIll tin R tollm j1i'ot well enough
"'p t!he'r pl:oa~v, -lout ilt, ufre look-
Cdfor4 o~i. ii tia. v. for





llI v1I,-o11q T wl Avnilt em
011K~ c~ii:r ~ ita of throughgt


I e.4tIf N(W2% It a t 0. d)1:iir the 'ad-
Sinent ior Ci, t- (frtihll-' kind.
jY vall Lrevij tlOilh hmvIi\Vn If I-%
eesoule 0114" #101m o ).: l ntthl~y
Sto ipreve(tit your it.- ,wWct'~in fuz
reasons. it t,) o.?%,-r:
Into you to 0.'
to kecpI, you Il.:I' !, -I !
yon all the luirt' .lde
~ed. It Is 11 p,*IvIt ~ *.
ant there L4 iitiitt. ;- .
that you haivd- a., Ir I .. I
better plaice. 'I'll;- !a-..
you to t'VNIoIIoIe4 it? 4t'-i :4
r work ell Ian 'k etiI, 'lwi .l ,
lt.y upon evety lbiiiag lii a-
nit youtrsel moIt 44 iuttloi e'tivicr twai
a who Is trying .to' ktr-c .)
to be so wiuch sol.' t', ot
more of a man- that it will Il'
question Of tilnb' whol %-oil will
pousfion you arte sItr1% ink.: for. or
I a liitte'r on.'.- rlIsoto Srwett
In Slguc'evet41 Yaozitlle.

'8 FROM THE AUTHORS.

geerosIty anId forlbearane of
Or are to me altonelplinig Mr.


ncongceive of Ino iltore tIegTadingI
lon for a Ivonwana than fit-e pro-.
oflhuislbanu lIoooltimLa .Jertilliv'
me.
o01ly ve c (ould eiihiriilsat t' mcir-
from flthe porpetw o r#.;ir )r tile
n of other how Filileiiuotllsly frii-
id becotute.- I tsdlwrt Ilio'henot
re litn 11 opower %NPF olttitit #'l'tlie%
the pi er teHt fltgeirtnp ti f hlit-umata
A Imill.s'aiarn Itl i tl i eleotlth s Is
man: Io h l' uiinal ,ifor iilit- 1% t .-
Twa In.
on141 14e k evster rs'. W Iodunless.o la Ie
ortalole. fhaluo t it,'gre'aot lrlnul
TIbvn' rI' tinie for It. You 'lij
tborooal nd iteoituet lg else at the
time. K.F Itenst'ug.
few Gir; In theifi preue't (tay re
bruliu l't i'itil tinaglilntloiqa I wrote
a for tliw- % liwhatio itilal dhaave Idr
ted Ira# :italt i-r :oge. bt noir iavolys
Diiijtfrat .II Kirk. r.-:iol Ise', lmtoouo.
tMarine '13 ilt

HlI"an s't 1eddiutgn.
ro 1- 4 : ;I it 1 w lIt rang
do of go-I ii f-ie itt -%r:
kg' 11%44 1 ir t) *'-.iI Io .Ii v
In. hroweiiecr A f-ilar A 1 an'
kirod ff itrio toniw lee' Il1W ". arid
If gol d iiw'', or,' etit .toi rll. v tler'
ro rut~ato ?:itihiever i~ i %jaer or'
Ct)IlllIlf't ur Il'toil %11 4 1'.l tacit lee
Ik Into rt'siII..tl a j Noumou In
art-' ia m r ,NoI- (IfIr i ttui 03 i% mar
hInwhibis Ii ahrm4n". rix lute 111l1
tae all Inip'triiat opri. ,mol Itiob Ia l.'
of the'a -rc-tnoitjl ho,'. r .'o.'r l ,town
quetbo etil.II Iii uE'I atee' :1 e1164v' fir
urriely t ieI %t rIIc limtr .'r ~'l Ilie
I&pet P'rlmntt. HL:a', r -.e i. r'I. I f." Cllt
4W of caril l.r 1-1- t l nit :a t'
IW itwo %% ic.hro ', teitv stlint,
i~go"I otinthe de, r ie r L fliep ruiti
km been fItrIcIt it h e! -r Lk yloi teto-jI
MS Iltateati .r 1: .1 e. er I Ita
ot a fib .r c i hi: ;', Pe In ':a re..i--j rtA
tbt a rIng I-'t..1. :ot -f I %,io? nture
I~tQO b Ot lt ilbil:.I.1 0. l' iti e t is

Yh. to r-04116114 [Il-r-upitnfls.e
'T11 at14 111:4lta *t ID' 'Z I.1At,' I el
NOb trt&m% n i I) .Ii i we.4 GOI [An.
W U of 1'ia tit ,.%.o.a! giiolltile t.Itir CI'lbm
PinkW fo for the I, e .trv-f -in-1j ,rx.Y
I Uke the folic if,, t: r"'Im '14rWT1 rf ik
4OW tasiee lb-1,I Il
2 actl attyC aiiatter(itufaotli tr after
bw IMman uoti ngI Ux nult was
NIMnto rot the toillte down Me.
hGO&Wd than bnggt ruE' iaC r t hew
U1 4eawtD witb a ourg"-o a ..
SO t~ Zpe'wesoo &oosdly otei-r tlbr-jr

M wbo esvbib iled od bv.' drogp-
P"t IM Of SnaUMAP hLo. bitoo~tr 1imk-
~ I NOM a roa vsA'e from SO
flfBUg MawE bWow' The dlmyb A4 Cgo
Icy fIW a .'b mwe, bmta:r f


1. 11M -Nwoo And quem"

-00 h We j 1 I0grangu to tra I 5fi
'"To o v nl me!

S do 10 am" to be a&~ Sev
==.' it dw o No


fhIrty DWlAMM a wvlord.
A poet and literary a1aa .of lft ome c-
)ebrity uw a sTilte I, Ilio- -tudy one
moruluog Ig y a wa rnage At ;, It-tare bu-
reau. wbho said that I- 1:o cualleid to
ask the writer to take. I tr it, an en-
tertainmeut.
"We w'ant yOU to) 1-,-I 0 w'letons
fronm your own workQ. \l, 0 ;luespile
together with an arigciia j'lI..ia com-
Iatxat exprsImy for tho, -w,, I, iw. Name
your own price. W'Vell htltil-mwe In the
progr'zU'*-
I"MY prime" Intemilititll MIr. ;lp1
"Will be $IKI."
"I"snt that a littletto'e-j:
'Not at all. even-I lo ina.' 'riileAvreti.-
The m manager trite Ii 110.l 11!111 idown
to $W. but be muos ltnoino lre, and ti the
bargain was finally c leo'l -1at lite titt
iammed figure.
"AlIpheus."' Ptll 41 Mr-A.o ;JI- l.'i itafter
the caller had goone. -\\ A Ii.t timt niort
than yon)tiint'tlindI tot atir-v Mlk mii -lieu
be first Rb0ok.r

mucIlt. But he IrrItatedol IIII, Otlirt Nlodl
Lars' worth by c ('allIltg it lr. 'ar Ot.'

What Gav-e tLh Karth tlielMotona

(qutIeottii a-ke'tiof you W, '~~o t I: e theo
earth Itt daily Ibtotoitm. mil' IItI,% \: the
force of that m unot itt kkepit ull)!"fbt l Iha e
never beei n-:ull~y Mat l dtl %' ithI fill'Ielkt
swe'r gi cvii or thtc rea.,4h t I Ihe re (tot-
whieh 34omt were jiolo to uidvtluove Ilk eX
ltii iti The It4t taimlel a (Ire not
ecveun rew l IijuonI thlis qIuetiton, Ronie
,)f thom caiml rot that t the -oribinal Initial
e'at rirf' m i forvc" wart s di rorwt Ili a
hue'4 Ael.lir Ii to olte Nih.'o tifthe1P 411ter
tof the v II o .li %% w I 1 \t IIIi I i, (cteto I rse.
Citwwc e tie orth to ruotatie' lItikl its nxk.
and 1.% Ithe' Itow of lofIatermt )o f uttre
III1'-t 5'Ilhi? toti to rs liii at n unilolriot
imv Air riii- of tiji. inerwr( i:

I, 't" A v-1 10,111ii1' b.oou (It iii Bii' rt I
Ilw%*- -11111. i'llf-W il ~,1'~.~ ~ 1 111~
21-t-i..'0 e O i io ',I Il [.ll:- I 'hlt- 1 )t I-

-.!II tIs -ini1 1 4 i


CASTOR IA
For Inf"Ut.am ChIliM.

TW kW Ym Ra Avi ays Init
Bau the
Signatur.of

a4,sv #sWond 1hmls..
ifim i' lii l iililt 'r tli;o
tirr h., fli-ti t p q4,lvl


(if w hl i lt. I :i.11- I--%, lhtke 1111% .111-% t
111(1" 4.011" 1014. 1011tir'm-1rc- I rrom Ili(-

141alo e tt guim t lm sit ol4)11 P 'ofllt. Ittrfpll
to 1114 i.t.* 't. 1 7. lI4 1h) ill III cleAn till
vk n ntf.v-r v rock Ithere loM (YLII tainfl..
In tt iiilk. 1 i.4iiian iiU~vtUln r t iemt~e hiy
#q) tge-I Ii t tsN4irlb tilt') t he' .i l oI '.w or ci us
If" 'I-, v ii toultl ll l re l r i g 1M m
ter tha~t hap. Io w I t.ia trot dsuc..ejli 4 lOwali.
I%%011il II'Urni lf fI 4ry m .'ts i II jr l Ift 1
taI'itoo i--Il vi-' t ler olkill I .'rr Rrou n41 I t

tor,6,-i 1,i.41,pw Latr thecy (1l(ItiIII.
J-.;n tovr litan ltl I~hg a 'u
.J. a ii toc .'tttr tinl I4)llll y Intof the lit)

ttt.' t lemwfis-41 lY *.flt ho Thiy ore at Oflt




The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower

L J. IIKI NIl, Miter An rp'r,


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DR. UuVERE B. MORI

.... DENTIST .


Office ,ovr Mare'uIC Kdel'. 1"


J. A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT \\.


And Solicitor in i


Real Estate, Ooovelyane .
eral Practice. All busint.
attended to. OSlfo next *
Otflcv. OAINM VII

FERDINAND BAYER,


Ity


I, itGen
to Stir'
')Hlit) A


ATTORNEY AT 1 \'v.


(iAINIRVILL2,


o !IH II)A.


Oan sell your aity pro rty, (im.
proved and animproved), :l,,phale,
trucking and farming land snd him
a list of what you offer for :, 2142m.

' E. BAKE.

ATTORNEY-AT-IL.\ \V,
..SOLICITOR IN CHAN1 l:Y...

GAINESVILLI. Alaohua Fl.
Oloe in Endel B' .


R. J. H. ALDERMAN.


D ENTI S T.


Over Ditua A Co's sab.



D It ORDON II TBon.
DRMrTIT.


OfflI I3ndWer Lib w i
GAminMou.a. Pir


ia tir il 4


TIE WEST END,
FINE WINE, LIQUOR t ;; Rt
JORN MYNZ.I.S. I'Proi
110II- W nty it.,JakLmr t F.
Faus beer. bottle and d r ht I on't
fail to call on me when i IA konvTilli


Low Colonist Rates


SE2AJ B AQ D I

Air Line Railway


.FO ...R


Savanrah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-


i toln,


de phia


Baltimore, Phila-


New York,


Seaboard Express.


Seaboard Mail.


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT


I)nly lIttne ~)ot)'IratinI

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

For full i imforiemtIl n anid .1 *,* write A o .1 lot .l..l,,. oIt) 'TON Ja.,
Arl t .i.T rai l', P ,-,iii rk'r w elt, l'awenger la l,
.l.\ 'K, < NVIII.I.l.;. I-)ORIIA.


G.


S.


MERCHANT & CO.,
l .tit erhr .lld .i,,bbeol II


Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Brain, Garden S.od and Fortllizrs.


I 0AINFOVILI.M. 7l.(hkI)A


ilt-iv4 nisil.ri~iks-t 1 vve juiel Ii tr('.0'te,.. ling FUlf atd (ther "I'ru60-


A i( H T0 ..oeo' l ,e' h
ot A T si',iel


Flori i[ ii is


* 1 'I' I


Via L. & N. R. R. Jcal i lrl!
l'l, i


-


I lat. I ($ V. I tI ra 11 M eal, ICuiton 14 #d M o a
th VAm' ~ 'H K IT good. at the LOW.
gilarante-V sallafaelion always,


('a


I. Ir


S i, I


S4 IF ORuIIA.


$44.70


$5 1.60


$48.90

$54.90


THE WtF%1
A '~I'
Ti, e 14 s.itI

a rl IL aii s

te'r WOO ,
i1, m"0esa a,
4,434oebrom

T-i lisaist 1%o


Tloeral et will e 'I'l
toocluding Orglotr .::*


0OCALA, ILA.
If. &AS.-IfRest eitalv 1
Ow Tes r $1.a .".
mingle rrpooq 11
Ivr lfal Ishfoatslu
0 .0. NIL 3 ,I I
a ., a W aroIt Iia
A hiiidse'ruly ~l~litt'rt cagsn mprjrr,lk', fla.
devoted e.;ectoalbj to the m~tpre~eteof -
gh. fruit an4d vegtble -grvwo aof
Fridal. LOW RA
A4 eelqal trhal e.I ,r- tawrrlif of ooi
winetbSurfills tio t eflk mrY..ulof 2% ll


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TES


S Special : Occasionsi


LCHOA COVIITY. SOUTHERN RYI
A!awr os r t w'iiri IS if .1
& ume. has t44 mril."'e r ioied, 7W;40 T AIN4 1)''.Y KAPT
*Ite Owag"i. r %. I W ImetiqS)iI
I ; -abbe 6to-'e 1 gIo;chate l )ar mmInt 3oIO a. a, 1aMo g m
plants. t 2 *so m *i. :,t ui ,caf

diuvee teaS.&agar.. f ee, sg e I ,,lao 411, *6 r
g o *.,r D a -f #4 e elo. ts ep ,I I s is I
SA *. v rtWv -%-$ P~J tSi.mebI.~te C md
imesl. i a, LUUJ kIWh#, I
Al IVAn

filkT te [ountll SUL '1on&a,- 4661 tabsi (aOUsb
mlI. i*4
g fes 'n' eT# .refsee, s oWU I
Ohibe hol. Il) ii ep~
r'1 zaI ,hP..:.:IiW : Two Daily WON.
Vaid M Jt em'1 0"o ps14. ahISg
@aIw. *w alaar Im f ". OeE4 66I 4." C III M -I
w~psa d alghte two0 OWeoft "be dad61W'
too*. if % gb W*emswo 11 W bevI. abhOWN,

~ev. a"I me 1


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Pb"'"=W ur


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4.


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UP& t'1P.. 3.jai~u *l sbCN


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am Cmmo n aa" oft b 1a.







& MAI-ON" P:-: Ah.'.,P
4 --- -- -~
CEIU -- dC~t 'SILIb*..I Sb. P a~ r,* t40l DUE


HAVANA AND KIYE ~IES'1'.






OI1113I T3CKT AOENT."

A,." - r~In Ac.r. Si'.~n AVI3.PA


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+ +


Thi 1 -o Trains Daily.


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Yi ~*V-~';,


TJI~p*Ut LrUBI


0( 00 G4Jatt a
sri by --BprtIm.


PE~nrS~oNAL


AND SOCIAL (ITMS
"llO01Ak_


Wha Himtoppenedarid What I sGoing
to I pim T*md in Short Pararaph"
e* That -oa Who Runs May Raid"
t i The STn.
to went, seven room home. Mrs.
J.pp m
PiN milch cow for ale.. J. B e. -
aso:. dot
tdi' selling eards inla latest t~
,, I B omnce.
Scriven's drawers, 0M ete. Meo.
Z rie-Phifer Co.
Dry oak and pine etlo wood. J. I
Boe. Pbone 19. dt.
Oat prisee o Dhebeas tirofsel dar-
lag this sale. Morrl-Phltlfr o.
SA.. Haruperhbas rered roma a
brtof besMoe trip i Blahb prIn.
S L. lbw of Atllba was am4n1
the visitorW to GalaOeellto yReterday.
O)yerea in every stle ast Sltos'
Pe-astmo t. opposite Thoma I tables.
3. L. Btringfellow of Jakselavlle
f ad hlatin amoeo his frtaads here.
'.all esitage wraued, or ome ovr
luumnm 9hosem. Apply as this oft*. i
Me Julla Kil of Waldoe i the
ty o a visits o her sister, Mrs. oo.
Ellie.
L. 0. and T. B. Blli, Jr.. have r*.
trwsd from a beeoaes trip to JasA.
Ill1e.
t M H. OatW and daoghtr of Ala-
S k voed OGlalsevlle with a i

1Uc B lW-Btroco~aem ao th.es
bMaek from ,equar. Zaqeir W. U. T.
ese. it
For a squae mal at reasonable
p prie go to Jat Smoe's, opposet
T hboams' oft
Wnllel furln"d resm for rea o
eeakin. Apply a paelisee, s 3
L,. ty street, sr at this U am. of
T.rpeatan e eas for sale at this of.
O'r4%O p er e., I per bhaoed..
(ksh sPr M- se oe y rder. dastf
n Me. Jeha Obeeet bas reremed
ba -- ia-sa lle, wbhe shbe ha bee
a plestvat vi t fried* *Mn rel.

S ranlsabd reoes for rent. Ught
e. kgshplag If desired. Apply to
, o m. T. Deaby, 70t Northn Uiervety
a Nert.


M, Mta lesle Smith of Weeaboos and
MU. eorgli Lyle of ve ame Ina t
hq e a Ties to Mr and Mrs. C. J.
. Mizes.
Job printer, ione-naloo. ean obtain
(ood poalotias and steady mplolmeat
w tNe H. A W B. Drew Compaly.
Jwheoea lle Florda.
SFine selbauge offer for old Vteor
S seor*d0e. Write t o MeUt llla Talk.
S 6a MUahineo Co a1ta reet, .Jaeek
eoeville. Fla. Catatloue free.
SMrs F H. Georoe of Braford. who
b hab eo. ber for the pat few days as
Sbe Iaw t of Miee OCar sad Rebe oa
Miller. has returned to her hoaw.
iTh ise moro eotoao bedt marketed
at Areber this fall thb aly yer it
th ble~r oy of thatr p .m Tere isa
atr.e 948* mad th e yield s large.
I y.,q eme Ie. Riebre lme sd ad
S etfi **rlaew in peer lee erasr the
awe *111 hb peerfee and bea@de1 it to
altwiely par Takee en Flavoro
pu1rtIt,


1. I tfm,, ad W B IRowe of
Lnob om *ere the city jeejteday.
TheWt ae. hor is old fri e au4
ubeerber to The 6be, lelld and re.
& Owed4 hi Sebripilem
SMr ad Mrn J P. Philpesof Htig
iptl were tI e s ity rouodag.
Mr Paipes t is* of the rseloat e.
diere of the Atantl Os m 1aiO.n
bat has bees abaet o a k ate.
We baven e xkibibtl, tis eek
ely, the Bat pm eter m bpped is.
soOa ese-le LeAern of ameati tlP
ammeauhas ewsa.g this wenaeral
peiller of Mase A6 Hamllt. Har>



pi C~cee i ,
poyse em the earaepse' aMt of the
4 woen L umb Ceer Ia. w nft ed
to WithiususAgb m staiap. mtermeo.
t m "aps q v wih hbis parealD. Dr.
and M. a ithOk
ma R. A. Paid a Ma. Ui IL


Tuet 1p saIIm b
onese eem moss e
es ome, I e


r -:"
r ~
L


Eaglcr r OGorge L.yoe o of the As
lantie Cos Lis0e who has beet III at
his bok e is Sen Asloai for emnral
moIths, wee amnoeg the kiI vl to tihs
rity yeewrday. Mr.ULyoMe' smem
friolds here am Igld sto le that Ik
cmloditio Is grealy impreo d, sad thal
be espeste so resmae his rem betwoee
Highk pringl, Miesaopy asd Citra ii
b shorl time.
Noah J. Tillghm of Palatks. w,
was la the city Moday. **ejp the die
slestion of baviag read his ova desth
mwarrn. It wu about two pears e
that Oiernmor Jenailg. I, *ti elia
death warfrlt oe. the ame of the
erlmlual and Ltat of the forema o
gread jury mixrd Mr. Tihtis wew
the fowman of thel Irald Jry. 0
*emi Mr. TilCgme tsled th Or
wetr' sUestlos to the m sh e.


READ THIS.
NMotns. AL&.. Dee. 3, INS
W.r N" OLrr Leeis. *w--Des
ar: Movlg iled rdileemat deo~n
MAd "t elr mcdlee eseemsml Poan
1wr bea wd Ukis" rembles I km
use"hng oeuI I unil tuaIng Tf
Twe W Vmie." BNail~sOrea Dise
at. b rsig uspidly kes *hel
e p l y with 0 rs h m e." is (led lss
1810t dynof esi weefte
W, & Ograg.
lb.~~~ mnb Bneu hePss

W. A 0. It. a.O.LbisA. ls.

A TMAS VOID
Oteemomaflb f bs4 *6Turnwa
&W. e, fo n" simesy.eSam am
ki" sd d ior Iw e.m rem

eim. wOak m -WA S. obsum
amol san Mbmm.Wof as e ul
be amWOIsbe*I me

games mmier "a"" @
- d"Lasoaddvlw rW
00 k be M I a o-


F..3. Hator of Zvlnso was in the
city eaaterday. *-
Ataded the Blaghter Sale at pr.
ria-Phiftr O '.
Great S8lauhter Bale lrsa gO's
days lober. MorriLe-l dfmer /
-.rs. R. W. MUioar alU|*r'f
Waldo were ino IA tll -
F. 8. Dawso of d ar1 pa
tered as the Brown SrM aN ai .
The steam olhe w~wwdua Stoer
day to it u ap lb Appmor b to the
eage ho* > .
W. 0. U at *WasftM wa.s the
eloy an ~ 0s Theai On 6
* aI -
T. 3MmN aw is le engam ils the
se pa6eelB snlear Newelryp wst

s. W. taG 0 Irered a 1 i tea of
applaly yesaseutatU oralr eId hisb
llsaftteIs l veryettiJsal.
es. B. 0. Pto i of LeOnuae, a
pwesPerftM ibamoid of rItai pe..,
wa Ia the t yletestiy.
1. B. MeDoumld lft yuatul for
potl to i Wet Florida, where e wea
epamssd ous blotaee. Hea cpsea to
be absese seerst waks.
Mr. ad Mrs. I Jaen 0. Oark, Ian
daugher bave resaermd from lesbian
ville, where Mday aMlS-Sthey at.
fnded wat reat Seesutera play, "Tbe
Ols.ase. .
iA. H. F. eto bei rletersad from
a prorated m senators to he Ora
Moa taos s6a" at Vsweaa-, Va.,
her se hs avoided all t a diso
fort of she heated tSrm.
Loot-Ba mms. WhI i bined feet
blaek a and sal. Weak left eye.
Weight IN 4e Ilm mprsuemd body.
Let eix mile of LaOrase ea Od tbr
19. Wr Irving Themar LaOrame,
Ftu.
MIm Cornella Strbar has arrived
s she ity from Masate, whe o abe
a b avisaltin relatives and fries
efr tOe pas frew w lks. 8he will be
ohe ges of friends here far some
tim.
B. U. Hopeoe, distriest manar of
the Mateul Ufe Iodestrial Amsale-
Uti of OGr.to, gb "ome o OhOli
la the loera aof that Somers. Mr.
HBpe"s statesStha a divisiesa has been
orgesased it the Brik OCity and is
dolag ael blavina soaeeadla i
wrritig a erse amost of beelae.
After a reedeame this eky of md v
oral meathe Dr. 0. F. Dowan sad
family have gehe to Isekaoovlie, ai
which place he arll absk their hi
tar bome. Dr. Dawela veteran
eargeoes, ad is to ihe emply of lbse
bate Based of Health to ats prodor
elao looking after the aminasl disease
of tb tetale.


eb the lNt.. Poo** two SO thmeedytrmighj n, ,
Fe the is p"thai has vr b trees s M Hln 5m 6, PMlacing IIIIMOCK I
a obo esis a the Oft. cud teyb~ ems a swetde
th btwMd OM r OIa uiarvatfdealthewt, t A
O*OMI040tb apemnelleeLb wih VILIF HIIN9-i, VI.A.

d sI' Wamo.... 1frlms ha. vnrs from I Pard Ise ruUaga and C
0 hM"etw Ie -y pahEb, *.whebe wa tmn t o imi his o4
a mu 8* upnd -*0Mew aemsae, Re. og.h J p*
MMI 0. C lM. WO s Wa befnes and rau esaeer 16 1, I' orW
goo" UMwish Mr. ?5p ine. ton #an*.. ME a
buy bodr N M wd.smorg ae L Star I 5eu
in their IIIM IA.WLA ?HOISAII. 01116 010.
eSoftMr. V1 bb@ agseery sev. I 5 ~lA l~05
wqs~~~00 "a "ea te bass s~ysbmee.Ira f'
v to 2MendsMd we have kums te bigLv
Is as"t 5' 0 m e sh, thma .aI
0Vm ascends big U.. .1 d .i Us 1 sbe o &$pro.
sIAl sve *eo0 0 W.f a a" "' Miss Tebeau's
c D~m w 1Y oL~r Ow boYL ~w 1w, bei
be- WOU
d aw m (11"M Down 91S O"Boarding and
at m NS oiNO b OW" Tea Day School
in ~. Sums lb aws Md 5 s~m anT Day WhOW
L wild Ms"Im 9 "
low Wo1 r__.L&
to 81011101. -
4 ,r "Mad


The- m- 2b t a -in a ofte Ll 0


ast 8:3. i kt tbo sonnstl rneein
TN Iwhen oSerm wfill be elected 24d tib
SA D I N O moLAy plede of lhe society fully
AND mde up.
Geo. Orrlof Wet vrini arrived .in -F-I -BE OF
the city with his ftaily last evenio.
Mr. Orr bee parehased the Browd ifNEW GOO())
plaes, oppi the State University
groouds, ad epects to mike Gainese A- f
ville bhi haom. The Sun gives them a
s, ordial weleo-e. MonIments ombstone.
If you tris property of any kind and Iro Fences
sold at aietoo or privlae sale, renstd, e-Or Samples
6r rease eosicesd, highest price, oh.
*tale md, pHemp utention ad Msatfae. Vcaml att-i t aM matter I,
e grateeod, ell on or write P. K. tm tl pd oj h treeph orrdr.
S rOliver, rwel trate aget and eoutmy t
~etoar, aotseeville, Fla. d
P. W. We lyaa, advance oiOst for (Jalneylle, FloFrd;
re O0. W. Park Dramasil e ompuny. il
lt toh eity arreainga for the appear-

S.. 8AitHOLA... Isoall ext Mooday niGbt. Mr. Park
SeaTLronameanlhs. roae s. wes h ere l seasI on wite hisex ela bat
eetrea seem- steo oeld vleeocrlt ese
itleaeeI lll o Cove, l PramIt eoaipep aod they will be extended a
smaee awio lear ma' hetr seny wtleomo'o their return.
a .IN. N o e as o o wra W.M. G lM of Meol tosh, a prom-
r.aa. b~r e I lest elrsl eatad tr ucker, w a. at vi-


m= W 0tpaaa sosfmahe o la md Boardm n see ton will be
D d O raTri. soor Hot beea hin yearAf, agprotinen about 12,-
IaMaw .Th et 000 boeo. Be is well potted on the
tit M slrt Co, Pri Ts,, r, ta ett p. ad hi. esimate may be T HE if .
Ma ul a Olerlle b J. 8. be a eod rpersad of eaR amseleoCrltrvative. ontn nt f
SOra. sad J. MeeOllum & aOo. l my umplrs for men's fall ad
A'r. -a N joneroltum be eotre woa.e si t.,; ever 00 o see in fromo .
Dr. W. M. JohN re hba r saar iss shP e lowwt, style the latest, (ner o o P
from a trip eo Bsltimre, WmasmgtIs w9orkuashlp the best. We makeL uite Fuame CsutmaI uLh r lel Oylter.
ald other pol4atrr rtb. He s poerts o meanur for $7 0 and up. Satis- Drlp COlb Wl Meete
oId weoater. feeion logdranteed or money re-fooded. Sebri Uiatdlh.
Prs. J. 1. Niehols and daghttr Havealso hband a s tok of sheet0 PEN L M ttL
Mits A*Uo, have returned bome froe meals. a n furnish all late and pop- _
G' is. glber, MaI., where they have alir piese. O. F. Dormoa, at Harper
ipaIda I msa psleesi summer. & ham'as measle stor. dim
Dr. . Ow who hWas te. A.e.- ls, proiet a.oroneys i.n iss 0 0n
elg as mr ager of the dre semro i of thils ty within the paet two or th Ie S *l .
Dr. JdHa. darJin hi abseeoo, has days was A Odtm of Jeackonville,
ed sto his boe at Mimopy. a law prter of Judge Samuel T. Gainesville Circulti
Wamaty deed and morltga bleak ghtalor. Mr. Odom is an exceptional. Libr
fet U Sk oie tshe form used i lyelbso tous orm7nso and is regarded *p.o W*
Alobwwsns- wih ve me y by thei Fklorida kar as one of irt most
lrelsdig, per ha dred or eb per somplone al s Iom g wyert. He war Ourl the Ldatet Peoelra Flae
do 1sei a nl. Oct h mpo seaompny hem in the i tests of certain client
eedoer d as is the beukuiptsey proeedinos of the 8PICAL SUMara 'mtls. se
P. .: BrUh, an esobt e sv Tal Bepen oli Lemer Oo ny. we aeeo eC e ys IM
t me smer of ohe, m am" r~Te Jae 1 Metropolis says tai te* Bt i mo oMe ae
esaty, rnws a heim v0 to hat em "Sday evening at the rel. o e me we th out reeImo.
Iy ohedura. He is rela d to P. H. dsas o Mr. J. V. Burke, No. 1651,,__
saked,oo r elta4owemes, who e-s MaPket esree, Mr. J. H. Burke and i
duets a lee savl saes pimas It i Maoey P eeask rsm married byy.
e *, hes Rev. W. 3. e. 'as. Mie Pkeeacock ,
Deuk Ie wiU hthe R. D. Medlin Com.
1 Ypsaye a t eat pls.." aTh happyf y bride Have your loves ones' p0ortats
a B s u omaer te eads a Gahlmevilloe t a rfy peple who ove -
s. when you ws't a LArlP L PzO= .
Thie OoBIasetnl Cafe has a change TAT arom uet or come. ta we
of cd shewlag a scastlittle view ef the bOSS a dem oe jo. Ele
Cheapest Store on Parth. dirie -ro o, wha.we ell at tension roa oer owto
meatyWasabtsir Thol p ep er catering establish. JAMES F. SMIThr,
Mker of FINE FADIELISS IrtO-
S/ a i prepared to Merfe the people RA from LukJe Boe UtrN S .
, Tb Grbt Vieuu l a e *m ol rael. il, rnd I.rl an Mra lt ca .ar a- emu
re Le prepared s rve speial sup. W e.as. a Noo.rM r 1,ho4o 00
S' a Op sDort mHsee to forty plat. itdIoe EstaMishdt t hD ~P .
OC ow bear e s the New Yrbk Thry hae e gaged a ehf of well -
b eo. The maov moteh hekom re.psaalbou ad Ozpeet to do -
ouer btolght the markets f the ir best to please. Paper-hangere
e h ias ar rived.ad 5a h ae b Jpl tes ha s bei en iCmprovinl the
t eed t the U it l getting the 1 t a.se. A large -ftoot mirrorRAO A e

reob, beat w rae E d k thiaatgll tWbe doIne t make the dining.E SCdB
the rsh. Oer e'r has rea aUmertl s w ell as the food ileinlsa sing a Femge
crowded La ae past bemuLtse of the w--
f e ml It i9 with a oaaue of pride thau the Everythin in eson Cooked toOuior.
S irm u oar estemoae, and Iman easofarep toevesalk aoYSTERSt UthDi rE&A8
S prepared to eoe do bote than mamn~e* whc Ihetee
the pat o sUn m Oe De i h sde. Tesetraeesar " ar p- COFPEE the Bet.
Goeds depnae sp be se* elsed by oeerase. reward les of ..
esedo ama **w buoera d lateolettmual sataedie, ad wheeevr PRI( E8 K EA ~' ON, BL.
ieeu the Jeer *s. stret *o iht begins plroperty
aem m o thae se, epre.,ioo WEST SIDE SQUARE,
e iui wof geserld appesao. The otrnet west n Iasr. r
STsomttee has bues e, ,ged for the ...




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