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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 26, 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: VID01003
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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UAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, HUBSI.\Y, OCTOBER 26, 1905


TEN CENTS A WEEK


IENT SPENDS

DAY IN ALABAMA


several Cities and Do
S Mny Speeches.

AM AWAITS HIS COMING

Recelvee Royal Welcome In
-Unique Intertalnment for
at Tuskoee--Leave Birming.-
Little Rock, Ark.
ry, Ala., Oct. 25.-When
left here tQiis mortnin to
tls Journey through tae state
confronted him. His pro-
the day included a visit to
the bone of the famous in
naeroes, a return trip to
and a visit to Birmingham,
which places speeches are to

idential train, which arrived
midnight last night, had been
mide4racked in tb country
city until 7 o'clock this morn.
the start was to be made for

pfildeot was enabled to obtain
tirrupted sleep which freshen-
for the work ahead. His train
sled to arrive at Tuskegee at
t eight o'clock. There two
will be spent and the president
e two addresao-one In the
&ad the other at the TuskegLe
a a mile and a half away.
at Booker T. Washlaton, of
tat., will introduce lrsdent
L The retars trlp p Monat
Swill e thei Th pre s.
tra tais acboedled to reta here

he reacbes the eity the prWl-
Ul be esoarted to tbh Mtate ap
re he will be welcomed by
and governor, after whieh
Iake a address to the people.
Spreparatloms for his enter
have been made.
Sbors will be spent here, after
the prelideat will continue his
to Birmingham. which place
r sc heduled to reach at 5
this afternoon. Two hours are
spent In that adustrial centre.
whilh the prelsdent will make
to the people and la:er via
Met fair. where another speech
be delivered. At 6:45 o'clock
opening the prealdent's train will
I-rmainhaam for Littl eiock

Weloome at TuLegee.
egee. Ala.. Oct. I.- President
elt arrived in 'ITNkegee at :1-0
this morning. this train belag

*I clty was beautifully decorated
I -ber of are ., the foundations
Mebh were made of bales of cotta
elected and covered wit be at
he platform from wiih the proe
a1l k was mmde from 130.001
of eottoa I orglcat bales. The
was Dot a bhis train by a re
eeHmmita. among whona wer
0. I. mbis aUd Dr. John Mao
plgdest of She Alabama (tfer
*eUee q esrted by a
oetf l e malliti the prg e
4 ri1ae S Uae sol g rpoaads
arrested a typcal southern
i tton had bheae traaaplatird
se aad two old asethers ai
wit eottoa picers' sacks a
imIe m re~ed Ia it-



i tp eet wan greeted at tha
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at the union passeugt r station. where
Mayor George I1. Warl will make a
rhort welcome spT)c '.1 'in li half of thf
mumicipal!ty, and A ill prt sent the press
Ident with a handlsomei baldgt of golu
and saln comtnanior.ttit,, of t hi visit.
Thin party will t'ien take carriages andl
Tnno up Twcntleth s:rect t Capita:
park. ihu president b<,ng escortedd by
numitrcus military anid civic bodies
fiom all over north A!:banma.
At the park he will he formally wel
corned and Introduced h) t;'General Ru
fTs N. Riiodcs. editor of the BIrming
hatn News Here the president wll
sIp~1k, aftlr which Miss Spkila Wit
tichen, grand niece of Admiral
Se'mies. of confedt-ra:- fame, will prm
s,'nt iiln with a souvt'ntr confederate
badge on behalf of (Canp Hardee, U
C. V.
Hurrying from Capital park to the
state fair grounds. 3 miles away, the
preilent will make a second speech,
he'ng introduced by Thomas H. Molten
pr(esti :it of the Blirmingam Commer.
cial club From the fair groanJd the
party will return to tne city and the
prmsldent will leave for Little Rock
Ark.

TO IE CHANGES IN THE CABINET

It Is Rumored that Several Members
Will Shortly Reilgn.
Chicago. Oct. 26.-- A dispatch to the
Tribuue froii) WeainSrtoa, D. D.., says
that after the return of Preshllnt
Ktrsevelt t WaHnington from his
southern tour. tire will be a renewal
of rumors reliarding tinpending
changes in the cabinet. and within all
mouths or so, alter the re-opening of
congrei.s, it is more Inan likely that
the coumpiextlon of the caolnet will lb
tonpletely changed.
This does not mean that every one
ft the present cabinet of minister Is
to go out, but there will be two or
three new members and probably three
radical changes ln posaltio before the
cloee of tee curret eeal year.
Secretary Saw is to i out of the
ablntt of bhise wm moek a pred4.
liary to his d ooral stry late the pr.
Identlal race. The vaasey of the
bead of the United Sttes treasry e d
purtnest will be SAled aecordin to th
present outlook by the tral se of
Postmaster Oeaeral Cottelyou. Attor-
ney Gentral Moody has bern eweeUtag
to go out for dome tlise. lie reuaaliu
at the head of the department of JJm-
t!ce L.lgely. if not entirely. th h be
nay c ry on the proseretlon of the
beef trust asses. Hli place probe
bly will be 6lte.f by (Cbarle J. Boea-
parte, the present secretary of the
naTy.
This turn will create another vacas.
cy aad the new heed of the navy, ac-
cording to t1ie preest slate, wil b*
eourge Von L Meyer. tbe present a-
bassador to tit I'etrsburg

CANNOT LOCATE COMPTROLLER.

The Man Who liamleed Pttuhur-
SeeM I Miseet
Plit burs. Oct 3&.-Reew t d auter
ct is being mlm'felted In sterprl a
Natt>tal bankk kalmrs by the report
that William 11 IU4gtely. romptrollwe of
the currency Il t ilhs city. bt all of
forts to locate ht: haow bes e
eamsl.
Bfak iEsa'lner (uaaigblnant reelf.
er of t b terprio bea. rck awi1 aI-
lent relardt.g the b alk' aSetar. and
aInp'ltallly deieso tha' he IM made
uay of the ronefict:a strate*mn*t the
have been rrelttsl :o him He ren-
aa**ed tlat hLi rart wes taItkLed
till te was' I' WVaitLg'l~r
A mweera of tbh dtree:o r of Lbh
landrd Hu. .;Lg mad Lse asresrla-
gtoeNL.i t nl :. of Wtll t lb. tlte
Cebler (T'art wuas 'r'er'm s*dt a 4
rffterl. as l,*t The elIrtmwes ha r a Aer,'d4 isepLrtJra
f tihe bu&a a*'... *5 'r : ,. e e
at~Mafa ry
*.eeltag froee t *., Mkyeteete.

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Trosop and Citilens Engage in Melee.
Many Casualties Reported.
A F THEFT Khardnlff, itsti, (lc. P : A 'I..
-O s-cotlliet I etw i Illt troots nta th.
people dtuirin which I.rc, werre innia
Police Unravel a Lon: Stand oaualt:.,e oni both si.,is ocurlld Il re This i
Slastt night While a wi c:tr of 01
ing md Baflfing My- iry. ctisens, stuidntsa 1.I ,alikinern wt ai low
,", proigria, lil t "i': (' l).~c t'k i .tic
ACCUSED MAKU A COFrESSION comBlntg" .i' udetl.1 I.- a a atiar IDEAL
followed.
While He ad Seen Poing .is a Socl. MIA)y pit)rlonls re tIn llred in tth The W
crlah. Htu'we'q tl ti I W trot I ;ni|'
ety Man and Was HoldIrI a Lucra. I cintilclt wh a di.n & ii,,M or c.tyv the A
tive Positlen, He Woeud EL.tcr Rest. airy. rvolvir .htor ~ar, tII it ro,.-' iitern
denee at Niht nd Rb Them. i Iof tir ncivi llI, InT1l 1.1 l l,. J4ack
d t hulled allmon tlihl 1 t1 PIWtJ l. ack
Middletown, N. Y., Ot.. l y ?e ter ilil' eruo kin in i l,, N .
Confession of CbUarles oo. I a f A blrnk car.tr 'dig r u;: '. (i \'e ,,
days ago, thel ge eral 5stple l it'o uit of bullet. Huiti i 'll .l. n(i'te l 4. rIi4' ;,,
the Wallkil Tfalt ll, i l 0ot i- Man) of the oiuntii rl weI r (tl on I.t o0l'frit i
ane county a sIpeotaularx t i I) uy g round iin tl il' croi d Idi,p-.* l' I ,rah i
tery has been solved. I 8rkers ts ~:e' I'n.:, ,.1l it ,
According to the pole I" .t t sllt<,d iillliniIths' M lis li t anrl er thi
to ttlem that hbe dad Irbbi. .*' of tith tiheia lves is, a iiont l. r I, lik re ie t i,
largest department stores het cityl,' been di tro) dil ael i.i ,t : Vti ha bi i \i,,g '
besides several reslde~qcea tl iit' llst stoppile at nile,:s 'i,, i
few muolth A acurci y ity in t ",at. f r ..' i th1, nii
Roos jokinglyy remalndli ', i polle i already it lht. ,rt,,i
that be himself hal rl th, hue r. i,
and cry one light a few ,ie Is o SEVECRAL INJURED IN WRECK. e, ,1,,.
when a barglar was cha t i A of th t --- -. ., lit,
reald.'nce of F. P. 5. Crait ., wealthy Southcrn Train Meets With Accident '1',.
man. He said the police rt' close at Oadeden. Ala. tih. I,
on him before he got out () :,..e houtir*, Oadvlean, A4a Ot '',.j tie r et ,ir
and that be lra ahead ol :' 111 hout train No I iit Ii it llo, 111 1iie l I .a1 la 1 1, C,,
InS: "&op thle l" "Catcbh t' iiiai tlre divialon of t t ,. iltrl i11,11ait.
"'Ils ruse worked 1 o well It it it ol re. wreckeid at 'Tsli itrei.t cirotilm 11, '1ho.lei
sorted to II a few alsitI ..: i wilon iblis ell No ni nt. kAli* l I 4 ". wi lin
he bad forced bl way Ii L. 'I!,. lionel Injurentl auir (\tiruc tllr It 1 Mr:l(ah .1i, i
of J. L. Peadleton and f Irl hirh heI eon. bhdl) ciul rluatl lthl fji n'td s ,a l. ti' 0)
wae frightened by an alanl not serlous. Mrs H (C. Mllr.r Itorul e, (o
Booe s regarded as a nmol rn metKial Ua.. ip dislocatitd. .1 II Y'ter., of (,
highwallb a. HI drew a '.er4 eslary Uadl,len, Ala, knee hurl. Four others ('a.,,,
Ua aler0o tendea t of the I. transit wer e llbghtly bruised, pi giul
oorporaUon sad lived In gpa', l y)#e on A defol tive l witch tici *iod ti I t hee )I,!,,l
*e of the principal lstretm f the city. cause of the wreck. The en in t, ipa*r IieuIi
He was popular la soloty a nl dreaad ed the with Isafel). butl he I*w ul turr all tl
I te latle flabahio. He Uah apllar coaches eip:l the iswiltch ad werl Into ile wl
tly ae* a the baleat men in the a sie track and ran into a ear load th,' feI
tows a be waI aseeminaly as zem e aof pg Irou. Urileal
tpary I as blas ts. Tbe entire front alt left of the Ura
A MWach et Ble' Ilnr apartment re. Combination nall, expre- bgagle and p, git
VrJd valuable plided tr or which itb Isoker wias ablttervd Into Ipllnuter 1 casit-
polle have kag biit loumklog and &. MSwanon. mail clerk. ews unhurt to New
whic. H I alleged. ha I beta Ink..n Tie front peal asrr cnoae JumpownI As l
from prmU oenIt apartnos nl stores and the track., he Iender of the enlln left itniwt
private relsdeces ( tfrontedl *lIh Ihe trackandl uruen d on Its side, bu' charged
the soods, Roie, It lIs .1. coniea. .1 i the rgllne did notl Ila e tIL trark A Ithe rte
within bar of Iron *as found near Itha Jaclrke
Woman Arrestd for Abduetle.i Girl., .llt.h anl it ii s te i lorte.id this es rsjd o veer, a
New fork. < ct. 2; :;1 rs t:i tl Lte r'uk ,uti this is nu treJlteld mlv
as appeal sade by W!' 'ra it Almat4.l -1 o tb
a wealthy publisher of Is city for as Terror Reigne In Syrian Celley. ably al
sldstse a rteloertlag o I ,ea ro il Ne-w Yolk. (04t 2) The arsertlos Iarall
LJahtr. M, lle., off:, rs yeoterdayl thit a reila of terror has prevailed hopes
eetrhed the Ihm of % Ir Jesle K t I Ihe' yriar colony of New York tlly bile ,t
Orasel. rallag to IAt the girl. they for the peat lthr Imoath ald that the proud
artoled Mrs. Orasoff as I teral s"et ion s moe daast rota lhai (atIll T


charge Mrs. Orsel' Is a daughter l"ows. bem.sewrrul liveo havhboom
ON Us latS Uenited Star?. Jdge* MclI o1t In pi0tl gbdtSrefteelly. a" mad.
to". o fJeergia. Ma ell UhSS ba Itoday by JIutiew Wable. @ the Tomtbs
absent from her fat vr's hormie at Polk* Ouse Th" pitdesdtrict I
White Plalue c .e I1 Al3Astfd 00 1l4wr Wee 364 W YtSOof Manhattan
alle0 1that Mrs. Ora. hak a pow I islaM Teret Is a rio is the district'
mimi I rfaeew earj c of bypetlast might beI twe sto fc tirass of ynli
um. ovr his gdaaughitr towh Mr s an$ nae llmg 54 ls OOW ebl up
OGrsl. ano MrR Alasts .1 may that minei peaslg S s000 Hwawevat A seure,
liht wold 1be throwD -'a the case to p o rfcO were We" abbed. Wks@. I p
"Iy wo YMrs ire's wil appear Its lSwDl@t mIWe're a'rAlemed toay Mad
semn far exualsalin Istrt Web Wallisptped awe .,I%
theirrawis ~e to pet jo b Iv&
Iritt Atlewiny jro, W ". engts 11
New "w. Oat. oifONWhI hIS a61d1the y b" bo-
08096 at 44 AdMeicss me obglow -name
06r 9W 19hims Bad e* cLIae Uaflthe I

Mat"rnal Obes -- aeLa 1~ Tei M) Sig wy-WIt~aC~ ~r
"o"t "WelS I Agee 1011111 "ks T" K 0".14 d5PIlesa
soto epSONthe1go I am me be- man mf' 'mo
OUAJ10 ,10 1 Of SM IUM 00 8O4Sewill beoa me'bea
*.4l~~A ba~m SoS yeartame e
Uwe ftu peiein th so Of"A
h So ~e 1pow 11be am a se meb abi rlway s? 6I a ai
that a06 W am 4d She a 6 b een t sic W a s 95 Ufbw th u v
Oamsd So tehe 1kh ofm cbso I M- AM1airsi Uev &rare'as, see
sae a lo S.IMS hirm e ON. -'prefabr 9Ife~d with Ceaeers sa"
gies The Oa em p a* bO PO UObvIa is bitis vi. &&atSEl
The n. l -W i So vatin&to thaf 16~b,%a s e. emee
wUw .c~ .



prime ist ep ne"I two64 O
M te **my temillt 0.. 104 0swrafee naoe&

aLfta m Op Bswe Gmpen. eW64vin so the 44-b.&is-140 the
- -- --G e"a 084. 5 -%Np'is es ul 0sc4 hit floewow An"*
"Mew. tASevaste Obi inWIe casSmape"Ordse a" a 0-0e .vAce""Ov
6a mp ow elbA we.-'w ~ o- I imb k &"L~Affeftktv hI't S16'r a
155054 5.-0 41f '' 8CNa.. OW ..v W #5~ 0 PSteI I b4 6 *ft&04 O
~ase.esmm we a f ~e PA I~tsgem. as W.; -ba a sowsli
Is -P 111111111,1 a qb- VtS OINs4044IS 11-*Od 08OW
f~mpbbumn ap doviSill" Sobew~ 14 end &p -A Mon e a O gI
SW am b1 e WO ---a faw-j he ahEio Wase edxa'U64 is4
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YONE DEATH

AND ONE NEW CASE


is the Record of the Yel
' Fevr in Now Orlen8s,

WEATHER CONTINUES

hole Country Has Full PFlth In
assurance of the Federal Auther.
that tne Fight Against Yeilow
Is Won.
t),.,it. 1. (ct. 5.,--UP to uoon
l'r. wtm olly ( t one C o of yeti
I, r il))ip d no deaths. ltn-
.l ti1. rr as* i report of one
i.a, I oIL Lu ccurr Ia nearly a

we at lhr cottituellli hireo ad
% A[t |IitoKrritnig to complete
: i.. LT.' total number of caes
I. 'ttll eiOn onl) tI, which wa
1 I oil tIlr ieet.l, frequently e.,
fi,' *. <, ini Auguist. At the
t ii i l 11'e now being it char
|it:ih llly In that a week Will
Unial nki:tl Lu, of the flghl
Ch|.. 1o,01ttii y has fiul faith lI
* itetIt orl t he, felteral Iofficrs
I li., i i (p i. ii'itally over Is V.
S ti Lii,' i.iililly with Wa L c'.
0eti i' Ii0 ihlii 140li e away with.
rce.iii o Dc'i At tot to double that
a wltk lolln c1 wll liu left.
illra ha flnnlly throws hr
i(-I ito the world an that IeM e
iple it, rtstimptlon of travel ove
teen aid Cre.cetl load. Prt~.-
II the towns alolg th"e MIslftp'
oast bhave resovred retrictions.
being The ptoo, and the
Ilile ad Nashvlle wil resum
trais. lArge auamber of pmo
o have heon oa the enat selse
te laarled ate eominag late New
i for the president's reoeptioW
I, Iberia. C salJell. Petat C
. yary. Went C'rroll and (W
ate alain opening their door
r rleans
oe resiull of beavy frosts a large
tit llialippl towns batv did.
Their inlspew4lnrls d ordered
ici al of all oibarlues O travel.
n. Miler. aid Mobile. A.L, how.
ir eswptitonls to the general
rnt to retorela oero re, both
* cities Lecllalng to sl Aver
a the appeal for abrog&ti of
in0 tIr Whit, bhowveyr.
0to be *he to get away to Me
day andl his vwli there ay
s the Ie irtus of the Alabaa id.
fever ha s bs Sle5mly
I out at Ltake PrtvMirseae d ia
a Kraee. of the Marule eeLI
I,,-. t prepartlg C leave. ThI
a rCo prarltiall rid f the Ia


All bl the sngoos *b ebae hbn
tweed fivv? lA)IwI0fta& A" 0Mmlua p"i
5'. suw bvig retllwed d eIr w
boti of of the* Wi Nsawsto (W
le9si. jtobe powse14 as beomwdemis
rvefle lope lied thee so S Ihe y

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fat., ". O dea "ythe ed do
MW bseam kvSoAdw mit y mm
d bm ads s psm afe sAe demrh
Of e wnbe oean age he"" Lof
M"~, "" 0 room 00" '" 440
1W difah $be pafe"~tift %sohu

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Mew Trh.rr Oat 5 4Dr a~
X tpe mbed.-1x -l4affyinae.as

So~ Wh bed torn inlu~ra wi
obes49 tee Weai r ha&b
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TA IDAIAY SUN:


,r;IE~4~I~I Od 269 1905


A ll l CHECK

Wi S., to Prevent
Ft^ Crossiniig Track.
O MT.A tN IT IS HAZARDOUS
T To lJ l aaf" singers, and Also to
tE TVr Ar lntenreting Injunction
SMr Whilh Will be Watched by the

,Ethera Bell Telephone and
ph Company, who for the put
m W tbh have been endeavoring to
.dMtllreet a long distance telephone
tI eoaneeting (aineeville and Jack.
lgMvlllo, and through Jacksovrille the
v- side world, *smem to be meeting
Swith a great maby d',advantages. At
-the beinnloin tbhoe entrusted to the
Sdaty of searing a rght-of-way were
4 slow; the oomtrasor delayed the work
for some time on aseoeun of failure to
deliver poles, el other obetaels have
bee pised is way of the work, not.
witbetaudln that the Southern Bell
1O C I1y have been anxious to push
I- .
Ise the latest obstraetion oomes
Ikn Starke, and Is I the nature of a
bil of Inajar ion prohibiting he rose.
If of the tracks of the esaboard Air
se at that place. Starks is the lrst
p a Mt aswhih It has beom aseene
4 a for the wire of the 8otbers Bell
J# uee the tracks of the Seaboard.
d that great sorporatlu, through
l~~at y, to b ey a sed to i Imed
/ fro tho Jodep of te *ilbhh Jud ial
I: a-e a wrsi of 10j tlo upoAn he
geade that the erasing of the Aire
a InSethersn Sell Telephoneo ad
S0ampo Npy may laterfere with
A, ad la eadanger the lives of
^H em o aid mrad.
*fr t Iite(o of this lnjnesion will
gsbed wth sonsiderable Interest
ow- latresMed, uad the member
~'y pofeatlo tbroeghoet the State.
'i yr for the Soathers Bell aroe
sugarad th attl de *taken by
S r this partiilas r ptont,
I H Ianlar e that no objection
e- v a made in similar eases
1. Fatho of Sarke is
Sthe can for the I"abord,
reey Evans Halle of thil
to the s athoer Bell.
Iw ALAOHUA NEWS,
SCotton Growers' Meating-Weddings
to Take Place-Other Locals.
Alshua, Oat. X.-Invitations are
Ot an aouolog ithe marriage of Min
I a t Dellto Mr. J. R. Jones, at the
b ose of the bride's parent at Trailer,
M anday. Oat. SOth. at 8:80 p. m.
This esple are member of two of the
e lamilles in the asonty, and are
S Nosivina the eolgratelatioan of their
S ay friekds.
Mr. J. Ellis and Mis Leoi Moore
w" e alted la marriage at bhil plae
S lday moraing at 10 o'slokh, Rev. B.
I Mae- oaleiatli. Quite a onaber
I frknds and seqialatsnoee were
pseat at the marriage and extended
bs wiehee for a lool sad happy life.
I. K. Bell has sold his mrldneae to
R. M.1 Loek, algeu for the A. (. L.
,saWay at this place.
Mil Minnie Le*. afttr speodlng sew.
e al dJays here. has returned to Waldo.
. FP. I. uaIe., who ha btee at Hakd-
' wti for ease time, is in the eity to reo
S oMee.W. Oaoat the J. A 4.W.
S dpt. Mr Osto will take a oneded
as-en .,
Sev. B F. MaoM preached at the
latest Oehre roadeay night Has
be et. "The Oa* Kelllon." wae skil.
fUtly handed sad greatly enjoyrd by
'"Meddy Rooevilt" Bhoiu, a len.
Sbay, has arrived at the homei of lar


ad Mmr J. O. Biahop.
Work oA the Powell and c'lunl
b lMitag tI as roaring omplesUo T a
ame hatsome bri4k etorn will t


IZ LEY'8

LEUON EUXI


LIV

IDrWN
soawfim ,


The iavestor of the uaao "TER-
RELL 80W APS," ma know vwher-
evor plowsa sn iM d aed, An i
"I tow s MatTs t lma
Al fto o r i myes mn
=l1 k a Isft et ve.r NAW "
set AS ess -Is IheNb eadte I
heewvrns Isls a ame w
Wlaet fr p fet laa teWk woe r me
.tklmees 1 hbvO .eg...ds. ti,
d I e b I te toasm m tIs Is
daek uasto week r.aatS"aLI
waeUdrven peroet ssmoedoe. .ID.
T2e L0. PIreta A tlste Ploe
Co.. Attsae."

ILY'II IsII ELll,

for draklnf, oreted a dieturbasee a
the school hoam Friday, and eOitrlb-
uted $U220 to the eity before boing .1-
lowed SeA4ve.
Mio May Brynt has returned to
Merose after a hort visit here.
d|edll Gola vilsted High Springs
Monday.
Mis Lols Oato has returned from
Ive Oak.
. MIr Ada Peare ha returned from
Newberry.
Miss Alis Oato Is Goits ill with

fever.
A small nerro boy stole a dollar
from EK Ber Ratuiday, beot wa
promptly eaught and taken before Jot-
ties Oawell, who plsed a fine of $1
and eosts, amounUni o $1 00
Oarlyle Dupals of Bland ha entered
school bore.
H. N. Williams, who is e*pre mwe-
*saXer on the ran between Lake City
sad Ft. White, Is home on a short v s
cation.
Gus Kngland of Georgia It here with
a carload of mule. He comes to Ala.
ahua with horms ani mules each fall
and aejoys a gool trade.
Mr. ndt Mrs. W. O. Rives announo
the marriage of their daughter.TrIie,
to Mr. 8. J. Ellis, on Sunday, Novem*
bar 12th, at 12 o'clock noon. at the
First Methodist Choreh, Alaohua.
They will make their home at Japer.
A mass meeting of the long otton
rowers of Florida and Georgia will be
held at Alaskha om Thureday, Nov.
d, 1006, for the prpose of orgaansing
a long eottoa growers' association.
Premisea speakers will be on haad
and a grand arbeoas will help enter.
tain visitors. All parties interstad
are cordially lavited to attend.
Ourse Wintr oough.
J. R. Gover, 101 North Maln street ,
Ottawa. Kan., write.l "el ry fall It
h been my wife's trouble to 6aW% a
evre eoold, sd therefore to souh all
witer )oag. at fall I got her a ho-
tie of Horehound Syrop. She usd it
and has bose abl to stlop soedly all
alght loaf. Wthoosev the eoa4g toen
blos her, two or three doses tep the
sough, sad heo is able to be ua and
well." 0e, 60 saad 1. Sd hiby W. M.
Johnoa.
Big Fair Opene at Mae
Ua._c. O t. Oct .U -At ttallm
oo of the busleet days tahe b Mar
of Mace a far as preparaUaa tr a
big fair goes, eaedend ame-ey a tho
meed Ured laveree seased verk to
ratwe tomo rw to afglet wt tu e
ohemmad of vtaitter wo wtl be bhe
.to gret Govoerer Twarrl sad witaes
the opelalg of the Oeerogia abra
tar. aad live teek -mer. rai
(tty park ls brimntagll a of apteat
tural sad Il seek a a bt. mAd at
1tralhtos of vry mealvabe eerfi
Ut The eMy to Ispr ally ready SM
he opgte e the pet gate to lt
pasrt gat


Makes Hin0 W4mm* PAFrom.


bks at as ca date. Nt womas, matnte orw r gular
Fagas returned to Liv Oak her featurem ay be. n be e tlle
UM--s, ywheo he as eaggd In wok-I pretty, il her eomplsale to bted
ft l tteOsnt of the Mutual l.fe. Ori)no laative Frlt Sfyrp aide dl.
-~lb Aentlatoa oolacse sad eassn allow Ynblhd
$ee Brts, the ever eityl ed. ompl>tees by slmtialag f he llwe
hoofTO atoeeville ten. was with andi bvwes. Ogte LaativU FrI'S
a~ sg weelok ~~lyr drr e set aIae tee grip*. aad
Ioateda R. lV Kirkland ae Imail ad pl-ms--t ste. Ires
g1ad to o imn st at after shou hWb the at e WOrtus as 4e aI a.
tAd- "pa' eg-m W. Me0ree
MuM I.mU la tsaeaCg the olty s
k a"d sal blip l"ad as the eawse -
'- Ihoed A. ead It a power a
WA.FEnt m- a b-a*ee sl A
+ql-UMX-mdyasse. t* Q
X3m S **5 aW al tJb **. t -o
+ ic .< .i ,.--.------


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bberef Get About a4o.
W0 laddi l. d., Oct. M.-4etween 1
1ad 2S -elu. this morning seven rob.
bern bew opi e the safI a the jUdge
viie' ett bWak and inepeod wit
Sbout ,4ao 4ollars. T1e expluite
ar6te IneBranjsos, who, beo
er,. r the bank l ti me to i
cere a bllt In the ankle. Before oa
Inl to the bahk the robber met the
town wAajbman, overpowered, bound
and 6gaed him. There Is no clew to
the perpettorta.

Ner Cook Prvenb AesiL .
WUmlmatOa, N. 0., Oct. M.-BU
Carter, a searo, aed 18 years, Mobday
attempted assault on the qyerold
da hter of Howard James White, at
Wallace, U ls from bare. Tbn a
aslt w prvested by a egro oook.
Carter ded hbi esope but was oea
tWrd at Willard, 5 mile distat, ud
ade the couty ja l at Kesas.
vlle. A br"bln is e eted.
InsenoM a and Indigstion Cured.
"'I t yer I had a very severe atek
of Indiition. I eould not seep at
aight sad lofered most exerooiatlng
pals for three boour after each men.
I was troubled this way for about three
mouths, when I used Obamberrlla's
Stomach and Liver Tablets sad re-
seived Immediate relief." eay John
Dizor, Tallamore, Ontario, Canada.
For sale by alldruggise..
Meney uetion tis Stfatery.
Drita, Oct., M.-PreSldet Kek* Ol
the Imperial bank, replying to an 1n
gulry today, said that the literoatioal
mesoy situation waO now satlscetry.
There will be no likelCtood of the ale
o diSetnt ao the Imperial baak being
raslad as the bank's situation was ti.
orable. Aliuding to the Japeaose
balanee In Germany, Preldet Kaoh
said Japan was In no way bound to
leave her balances In Germany.
A Card.
This s to eertify that all droggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to eare
your eoobh or eold. It stop the
oounh, bhas the leas and prevents
serious rumai from a sold. Oores la
grippe sought ad prevents pneumo*
nia and onasomption. onuains no
opiates. The eauine i Ino a yellow
eeka Refu. a subtitiuie. J. W.
IoOollum & 0o.
General Wood Arrive at Manlia.
Manila, Oct. 26.-aMajor Geneal
Wood baa arrived here and wlh a.
some command of the Philipplaes dur.
lag the absence of Major General Cor.
bin. The agrloultural bank bill s now
being disessed by the Philippine com,
mislos. Thq proposed capital of the
bank is $6.000.0i In lold.

government Will Pay the Ceeto.
Whublngton. Oct. 25.-Mary Mable
Rogers. under seateace of death La
Vermoet for killing her husband wva
today granted lave to proceed n oa
pel before the espreme court of the
Ualted tatoe a a pauper. without pe.
mot of eoata. The record i the eas
will be priated at public epeas


CASTOR IA
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The cormera t is aad.AM by Is PC
umAeasblagbt~bd A rtm i p1
aread the bird's metk w" Poinb
I frma sewalve the m It he
bekes One (im we wi IN a
8mm e te bIUf dumlg & teso 40%
abba eadift d maw to maw
Iregular susoomm Iq vs VO-
mory med isdosome eaNOmaIN t
Kami~a. ('berli 1. had a e" ~of
hi bwehoseLi du 0patd e asor
Ashe rnnaW
los 00em a s oe ms" aa Etot
"We Used s tM IsP ow
wbo' he as he koe w
imlmml-
Tm. we do." veeoid ae ma
-INo at Y~ etw ofhabd WNW

To Ouwe a aold In 0mOft
Tk toLAXATIV3 B ofo Q lsl
Tzbko D"T 018to am"111%~tt
ab I* Sam.. W. folo's sm6s66"
ieaebebo s. a&


aft fwom wwo Sk s "i
W nwe- e%.I -ou bd toI
bet Od~eQ


$2,


In


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Is the best evidence that we
are selling our stock at cost.




SCan't Fol th, PiLic


They know a good thing. But
that is not a drop in the bucket.
We began the Sale with $35,000
worth of goods; deduct $2,700
from the above and it leaves $32,-
300 worth of up to date Bargains.


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S iITIS YEAR

Aboat Tw..TMhdra the
SOtput o Yor 1904.

lT R THAN WAS EXPECTED

,jioert Was Read on New York
SIrxchange There Was a Flurry
ihtewmnt, and the Staple Ad-
od 60 Points in Twenty Minutes.


Better, thamk y& In fact, quite il.
Fit, round and fall of life and mischieL
Pink and white lesh, dotted with dim-
ples. No cough, no indigestion.
All on account of





Iadndlshi by a mother whose bve
was tempetd with connmon sense.
She knows that OZOMULSION is
n #.. Of .... .. ...l.f f


to aellBU Sus:D vanm o nry g ior gruown-upl.l
I.*leeOci S Th It too. It stop waste of lesdh. It makes
g1410m, Oct. 25 -The United plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
glnereamet report on amount folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
lasned of she growth of 190, least It cures Consumption when
w pobiebed Tuesday, shows taken in time. All druggists sell it-
'1J8 blew, counting round bales
ble om red with ound0 Socents and $S.oo the bottle. Let us
bale, as compared with 0.417,. m
send you
for the aime period ending
r 18, OI This i bhalt a mi. Fr Sam le Bfttle by Mall
chort of what was expected, nd Write letter or postal to
the report was read on the New OZOMULSION CO.
Oottos Exehaotie, wild excite. O Pine Street. Now Yorh
prealiled, and the price of Jan
oaton advanced $2.50 per bale -
a tweaty minutes. MICANOPY NEWS NOTES.
estimates now place the crop
ietimatei nghborhood of 1e Live Local and Personal Items From
i n the neighborhood of 10 That Place Briefly Told.
basle, against 14,000,000 bale,
previous year. Micanopy, Oct. 24 -0. L. Feaster
S --.. went to Jacksonville to see President
DEATH OF GOOD LADY. Roosevelt.
SMrs. O. E. Melton aud children have
a.W. 0. Fagan Passed Away Wed- returned home aft-r spending two
I nday After a Brief Illness. months at Ellijay. (is.
Friends were shocked Wednesday to J. K Allison of Abbeville, (Ga, is
ira of the death of Mrs Ella Fagan, here visiting his son-in-law, C. E. Mel.
devoted wifq of W. 1). Fagan, ton.
)ih oeoerred as an early hour Wed. Mrs. N. B. Mott hu returned home
day morning,after a brief illneHs after spending a month visiting friends
beh resulted unexpectedly in her at Santa Fe and Hiah ,Springs. Mis
a .le Mott, s*lter of our follow.sownsman,
bMN----J --- *hnn fU.< Utf l a e with h.*


was oo uuu iurIty ears o cm er.
She was born in this county, near Mrs. 0. L. Feaster went to Gaines.
sor. where she spent her girlhood i villa yesterday.
,and whereas a child she* was a John V. Denton. of the firm of J. V.
ral favorite with all. Growing in- Denton A Co., New York ilty., i in
womanhood she became posesseed of town greeting his old friends. /
most charitable, sweet disposition, Mr. and Mrs W. A. Megrlff returned
beh retained the friendship made as home from Oalnesville yesterday af-
lid, and no one who knew her ternoon.
Md help but admire her for thel Dr. W. O. Johnson has gone to Halti.
ltas disposition. She was a more for a few month' reereatioa,
hter of Mr. sad Mrs F. A. Bell. rad to take a poet-graduate course is
About seven years ago deceased was his profession.
ed to W. D. Fagan of this *Ity, Mayor J. H. Prater went to Jackson.
has since resided here. She is sur- ville last week.
wed by a husband and one chlid, a J. 0 Pee has gone o of on a bllt.
le son, to whom the sympathy of nes trip.
e eommonity is extended. Mrs. J. H. Moffatt sad ehlldren have
The remains will be taken to Provi- moved to lamps. Prof. Moffat is
*the i morning, where the funeral prielpal of the Tlaup High Sehool.
I1 be held, the interment being in We are sorry to lose thia laterestia
Providence burying ground. family.
Mrs. Briee will eoatloue to run the
Palled Iecauee of ulcide. Oarolina House on the ame high plane
New York, Oct. 25.-Involved, It hU s herebffore. She Il perfectly family.
d. because of tie death by suicide Iar with the wants of the traveling
Parls la.t August. of Ernst rou- poblle, and will so doubt look after
fr. a large sugar operator. hoHP .le bts their comfort.
amounted to $20.0000000. the irm of 9 A B. (Chltty of Jacksonville is on a
stboulln Ills & Co. manufacturers of visit toepeod a fewo de with bie par.
t glasses. wltb offices In this city. entl.
A passed lato the hands of recelvers. Mr. ad Mrs. J . arr. Mrs. H. ..
I Te am was lacorporated under Nw Motsomer. Mrs W. Tem.his
.Jeroy laws In 1903, with a capital o( and other we to Oie le today.
l.00,000. On:y as a pr-caut. onary and othe t to siserllle today.
Ioaurw d It Is said. are the reelveru v K. A. Oray preed to good
appoited. aa ttheh corporation h a=m soermon* at bhe Methodlel ehbarh here
llpointed, as the oorpor rion has as.
.pi sets to pay all of its Ilalltlel JytLerday.
"The corporation has a factory at Ells Mrs. J. A. Edwards has reroed
ibeth N bome after spending a week is Oaloee
V rllle.
Amertcan Railway Men In eesleon. Ilr hipprell went home Saterday to
ChCkao. Orc. 25.- T.he ileouial sped awhile with his family at Pl.
aeUnig of the American Railway see- sam Hall.
-ido was held here and it was Jec;.ded I Rolixhouer went to Jakeot.
5 onariloe through Thursday The rvile loday.
StUtlag will atLract to Chicago moiet W. N (iet of Melntosh was in towa
-.t te prominent operating offleals of yesterday
to country. The office of fbrt vice
rnMeert is to be fl led. After the New Oure for Cair.
itme Oa W. ('. Brows, vPle preaidet All turfale caner are sow knows
-a tbo New York Central le".; The- to be enrable by BSohles' Arase
die Voorbets. presnt Inc,simbnet au. Slve. Jz Walters of DeSeld. VI,.
e Preoldett I.P.. Hkoliay. and writes: "I had a absoer o my lip for
kI WIIhl1,. prelde t at the Rock ore t hats oemed ieerable. till k-ee
fIed. It is predct J that Mr. VTr le,'s Arates alive keeled Is and nww
IB WI e tcll s per stly well." (Uwearseed or
e afor eas anad burs. e ast all dreg
LOW gaCjrei t&$a"eetr


ToN Mae sand retor via Atlaslle
4-at Uas. Tikeu on sale Oeseler
Md t Neomember sod. ineledWe.
e J-lsmlstli, NS): from Uve
Glus-le. 80 0. For ratrs from
4-m po i iall asspo of Atlamt
mIs ULe. Tikes. limased o e-
*--hbts.IIUM sad bmeluae adrm-
a toa fe Ipoweds For Pullmas
I us ssa y oeher IlforlmalUo
Wle Freak 0. Blebeo. Dues i
r-As-as, lu CCoet ULe.

GPMMOOand PaoFr.


Mayo W th eRohrer dum.
Chicago. Oot .--~ lyor tiuone
a new use torlbe retrenii ;lnm.
wants to try It o@ there i.stion


whether saloons ahuld .
Sunday or not. If a in,
closing, hben he will do
i. y. If tho dtOl Son
w.. i;'!ns are to rl9a
H<, nmae the suggeston
Ing a demand for his laid
In a sermon on Stinda
W. A. Bartlett, of the F
tk>nul church. Mr. It
him punltsed for not (
drikinkng place or the .


cosed on

hesI, to

diascusi
a(1 ade
hte Rev

' ipntho

ith. ts


Ship's Crfw 0%ae a onus.
San PrasooIs l Ot. -' T'votbo
sand dollarV wa award,: the crew
of the Pe0c Mal linti s.:eria for
bringing theeeel lto ;,' : irom Yo
kohamua t recod-b.ek, time. M.
H. Hartuman, the rails,.! magnate
who was a pager on s, steamer,
was the donor. He w, ii the moeyv
from Robert Oelot, the'. \. York mtL
lionuAre, oa a wager r,;: : the Uime
that the stemer would I .;,' from Yoa
koams to othi port. I i rliman bvi
that the iberat would 1,i i, th e recent
record esblisbed by tiI Khirca. Hi
won by I7 minutes.


Several Hurt in Treiley Collllson.
New altimlore, Mle: oct. S.,-
Half a dose persons r, ,i\ved severe
lajurles and nearly tw.'i,', more were
slightly burt today la n illision be
tween a railway electric car south
bound from Port huroe fr lkitrolt and
a conatrutlon train of fIir cars In the
easter part of this vllala The heavy
passenger ear. wMaoh w running 40
miles an hour when ti. collision oe.
curred wa completely rocked and
one of the loaded tr .,it cars vwa
broken In two pccees
Don't be Imposed Upon.
Foley A Co., Ohlean.,. irlln ated
Honey sad Tar s a thrrt and lung
remedy, and Oa s ountI of the great
merit and popularity of 1 .ley'se Honey
afd Tar many lm iatlos ar uffored
for the genlane. The** wirthlesu ili.
tatlona hlae Iimila sroliilllltg namos.
eware of them. The i.-inli)ie Foley's
Homey ad Tar & In a yellow pLakage.
Ask for I sad refuee any substitute.
It is the beet remdy fir coughs and
eolde. J W. Me0Ollom A Cto.
Killed Hi Divorced Wife.
Mountail Home. Ark Oct. -
News reached here of the killlnl of
Mrs. James Rquall. it, her husband,
bwo IIvea ae Big Creelk I the eastern
park of Baxter county The tragedy
grew out of a divorces hllt at which the
wife seered a divor' and the custody
do the only eildd. \Wbeo bhe preost
ed the eourt's ortlr or the aokll
Ruesell shot her, an t as she started to
run, esot her again. lafls llcttt 1ta
wouads. He then turned the gpa o"
bkallf and ulaflct.i a wouad that Is'


llke to prove
eUll alive.


faI*l, alteugh he il


T -w laxativ- Do
notd rip or nauseate.
Cmr stomach and lUDC
Ummob and cirmM m.-
i l action oftbhesomm
scb l ive and be w l.
lr ibb6 lyJ. W. 11.embA.

MAX KIRAUSL,


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NOW Yot .( Oct 2M (C'M W Minb
gVW wr rueder &b dOf We of tm. A1.
ammao suiwJ owIth 0 w warfam"
go hS em ok. I ftbluaWW

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hols ooarul.'i.we u e" ~me'... ~-. .
methe bedl o Aofft Ml 551 pm? amu~s aei

but weft ttl e amok a" am
e4 sadthe flooom dt so m pea
pd thea b h te m t"b owCad Po
of~t" be hotd
0 wSe Iso" to ow"WgToo*.SW
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Sw. wis-,-R--b- Teons, Be oe sawwe on me vow
Im I &no MA w w edyfo~ Use. wmbasesca. j
a pew arai be emuM s sm So. Ift cAmi" a. f Loom" to
IN" m hes p bee Mw U be GW @@d* tb W d.emftsof OUN b =em
mww 5 soW* wt"l a" bar b anl pwo nw m softSaois 7Jg -I'
snl4 @ ed"17ow n* s m er wer
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Abstmras of Till uad full Itformlioon foralShed relrdlag laud la I
*naty. Our masfr has IIvd to ihis eoal ir ilny Iern
to thoroughly Ioneivwmn withl I UUs.


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wi@k, nW Sr. . W 1 0 P to l Io.d salts i te a sklWat Moo, tso keep japem rom
S aSn 0r uassae, wal a f bora m --- sheA bus tn seeptog the Phii ppin [m a
,._ _iler . r, ,, _M l tB n ai o tle r d as h beringlag
As u .insbunss desanVrW I Five of il esieola's pollee. were
ise soe I.90 u"s oak hewd t a dsao 5 h S,. time Abe lm ealto thiory-the "hesk
l ^ ft y dinTH8 DA T U ;, I1 to s mass emuM r ,ly 1 have caught them.
aite od, le e- 61e-leS s. fThy ey U"e kaug the fever.
b"hlos 1.a? SW aho 0 aeIobaeMl t
Sba teNrmls Mishlgso are In moree liy Sn 4STRONG CANSIDATE.
of tein g e*t erlass edte s io f o tesh
sodh 1ias* 6 d & M l l l o SJaA proesW d Georgia ld who was
e dim ppeares e of yellow fer asbl.i r ly o e wth the Opaemlr ha
*kOrl0 e will be followed by a o f o tohet family d bad board sola
K of beolnss. andl ast e os U> a laotowo bat polities ad "the strength of Hake
S s hsi m a e andite for Goveraor,
STh footWi mes has opoed p well lt the omfS. lt oe a wheln be we dowa tow with hbl
'4e- n s ith *eto m Oe. o el t B i f father to em. of Atlanta's grocery
Suditlo' Ine %h broughness l U o1 d re HisOther who was food of
i S beyod the se a day,1 d" haese s a raelle, saw e Librorer
wwpoti sthlle ha.l dose, ihsL they o l eill i n and plyfll asked the led w:bt it
C weki e 14,r0 peopl kill edn do a what dl he to do k lt bid e t bhe odor wleb made
4 by nlilways l the U ited o sa idesa prifusse, and I toi hl m term hs hed sad *zelaim: "I
dartgW the 12 moths eordiag title a stOrS ora ny paper to try des's ktow, bet des It's H flke Slf."
S, he h .to uko vec Us Ipet better as
__h ed( oablh ofOta e e Msm geeratio Presides seetelt, w- presented
emsOI for eeltivtd gluee*g the playthlag of wouid-be polltal with ab hit atona Mot*gomery,
Sist for s.ni The wild behalf sh r of te
jBa brelo o he p rie. SUNDAY 0OOL INSTITUTl. -
gi t- Oicomdit. A SaWnday s hel i titte wlltbl
d Xo be.- ..... I held Il Tampa, Neellwbr Ithb t B in t
of IMn. 0. P bom so iMelestv. Df. r11.. HM il d wife, W a .
O oso*-,*sab"ligtw"o ofth mpewor kers. I. W ork ers.
thl Is liseIhe U h ie r d'Staes, w Ill be
Se asge tp.Theelese will be later-.r Brain wonrrs suffer from
i eioIsl e b setrIak liebs dloemiedal sad the a m ms will heache b*calse they over-tax
I U s la. hw9 be" mplowlr bbo ted s ih Flns ItpM. Ochar. and exhaust tihe brain nerve
sEed ts mo. Wish a muley of lemisi wll be held the formoson Tired, irritated, turbulent
sps la thOt meWtry ihe' ll w e l, with popular IWrm a light. brain neres throb and ache;
*e I "rueelag aimetipea etry this M bee will be give seek lay to this wake the brain power,
W toor. lbtssomope and robs the memory.
--The mi tetee of Tampsaorge Say Dr. Miles' Ati- Pain Pills
There are so may ways of gambuieu sesiol wobes to make peperestnes bring tranquility to the ex-
hM a it will be a hard matter to top to atsed the lasstls while vieing cited nerves and stop the pain.
Is. When a as rats a plae of I a air. The tir will be greet, bet If not relieved, this nerve
fer th purpose of rablsg orops, from we expect hisa late i Iso to greater. disturbance is frequently ex-
th ate of whieh he esptse to pay the This is as oppertiaty whib does ao tended to the stomach, causain
Meo, he has to take shaes-. aome to a eora day. The work for naufsa, Tomiting-Ick head-
rildrs is smUasdlaig he stattiomr ache.
An ezebsruks: "Is tbere hope of tbe hbest kLee of dho age. Dr. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills
S fo the Demooerseyr" le *ome lo. aid Mrs. BaI have aged are ad. are convenient to take-just a
I. there is. Util theo Mseron- veatge, aed hew eammI adaps.I little tablet, that in a few rmo-
o empary boodle 4deoolty eastled, It toee for lthis m. lt everybody mants relieve the pal; they
a tl b harda mtieor ito to .bt he seo ca st as shpadio stf helrpa. lvre no disagreeable after-
ssotek Ito Na ew York City. Mr rraM eeta aas they otain no
Seaans may eaqt qicaleagrse ah isi opium morphine, oeaia or
e Munatelpal ownership eadldao. FRUIT AM f ch iu any form.
Set if he Io osly reanlai for maye to -
4enw (rom the regolar DemOerste (rIt loaraet is betag whommoi
aiMddatc, tbhre may mot be so aek tehreghoesthe a at o ia the SteT ijmeomest
ho. so orpatW darla(g the Fair at TaAup
the FIrida Otre Filt OGowen' *As
Duarha the past asbeall somoe MI* *eallsai sad the Poelsry Breedesn'
mal thoUht they had nlui that ooeM As.oateoe, altl for whits ba. boee a
d' the "Tksss" ae to all he teams lod by Peidms T. JL.L. Btaews oft
sa lg the East Omet. They anr be be State Vale Aineelateoa. The eaal. Wer
e. ingf aad to about *ia*e ** out of tury b*eede mnt i Tampa T*ap. y.,Ii faqrsl
ee were theirs. They had a hard Nov. >1. whllethetrasl fruit grown
B ie IrOlate om w re4L disseton W fot the foltowsa day. Aa ordeal ta. atte tak
Sa nor rested to a ourn. Ooemey vistiom **ateaded every *gru fruit Ml 11 CI V.. 3L4 iT
A-teRy Taylor pet A o hi urar Th r *d DRnMe Om r ir a he
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up hik mind so befay gas woon for l It$relief or b" balbe luck.
.Al, ito got rdofrvlot b. olmpooftar -
be rTslo ti 061, Ctr (IF Tot n8 4).
luthre IW trull Rth ma eIV41Mria he l11r., rash J. Cheesy ma4ke.oath that he
MobU olmNews. *Svormh the erl1ual toe, ur paF o f the tarm of J.
> s ef theoland I" aned they wl ho Ibemey & Co, aetag bmem bI s
Isoue tbas Tb Ctip ofsrok, wooly oant t&fr*
are direetly 61tr1b4bsed sMthtmid SuM will pay Ib'
X".L ~ to th emead inu, and J( A 0.. iikm lhr)ll..,, ~. In
sone led woeipoa & I out" of hw ""end Pullen lot each
44 ~se.1the reeted is that nomef t olsd ev7swe, of WeWft u al shins P A T E N T
.4* are setrie"Mble and ao. be oSred by th I of "&ll. IOaf
Car*. e FmAa. Cusina.
qU~s~ th essealeBeef .to befor, e noad e*beubehd
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MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS

1igb iR "The Land of Flwemrs."
-"iled Dwn" to uist the
I nNi< -lktemsn f Intarued to


eap q Is solaeriog from the
to 4ogme fever.
ohet on ad Daoughte
wlt be orgaaiu4 at St.

ew thought probable that ts
t will build a bil raval

Aageolla rwas on her good be-
darinig he visit of the Presl-
the police had a holiday.
slot maehloes as Key West that
hrived sad blossomed like the
Leaon tree, have got to go.
iHedeso, a colored St. Aulustime
driver, was arrested Monday
be.re-whipplag his wife on the
PFae, 40.
i. lMatbls of Blackville. N. C,
It Ihe largest cantaloupe growers
noustry, will plant cantaloupe.
a ooty again next eason.
sady was eaptred near 8t. Pe.
on a harge of asault on an.
soas with intent to murder, and
indefault of bail. They had
psablilg.
ptia Mathews h b een arrested
f ey West, charged with robb!ng
itag Oaeola of some of the books,
ments, spyglasse. eto. He will
Sted in the United States court.
rew Young, a negro who ras
lug eonsiderable in Jaekoonville,
he came from New Orleans only a
days previous. He was a *sr-
enoa when he was marched to
detention eamp.
Glaseco was arrested at Ayeoek
lumber eamp near Ohiploy.
with setting the Ire Otober
that eased the death of the white
and negro. It is thought Olaseo
the two men and thee Ilnd the
p
thae ame of football at Lake Oit
betwae the Univerity of
sad bhe military teem of Jaek.
the Varsity elevn seord a
own aad kikeht a goal Ia the
half, and left the oield wbeo the
ry team vnt in Yarcey of Kea.
y to play In the second half. The
Diversity team is a good one.
Is his sniety to get at the fatse il
matter of the Eppa murder ease,
mrar Broward pereoially visited
SDval ematy jail sad Interviewed
S dwards, the nerto who has
found Iilty of tbe murder. The
M- ear elalme hat be aloe s guillty
Itt the two other pernone held oa
i ories kow dbotbin of It.
.ar Wast will be the Irraatt beae.
y o Mr. Fuller's maria. railway.
vo doeks sad armmlsal will be
Thee will laelude a dry dook.
whril es eh 800 fet lessa ad 100
|i wide. with basal 300 fes wide be-
Ie. The sea piern will farate
t-sh tfor 40 bwes, 400 ft Ito g, with
& sph of water from 20 o Ifent.
: th, Floria Times-UsIo will bae
iSms e aIly lued op heqdgMarte
faS 9eW pre a I be aIo a build-
.I h Be Fair a m Tampa, ad
W "Oem itS a priilkge to have ay
rj of sth fralierity take adva-
; oflb thee eWleaktms oLered.
AHlspIeM f Slate papen abold be
k e d'uIgdor h f aor. where they
, i o a-a l!e sad redl.
l4l.|8 sa lshemua, who wa,
SI f moauth, of O igekb.
^ M agM s Friday afteracos.
e eO of his wife. who
F -ty i pees-t wea th ae-
AggaMg, b eppwo e Mlr. Hasks
-d iviSe ied the boss


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m n~ib-Uby Am S SAsrelA Oi" 11in Ptt sburg Bn"THE BLOOD DISEASED

VW ks, by Ovy-er.- enento >lIK. -WSYSTEM DISORDERED
sOthealtkT n tht Make Impanre B L New York. Oct. 0.-A -;wetsl to
It u to konslem tPre the Tribue trom Pttbur ys fred. W t l low in healing it is the lest evidence of a It used to be conieierv that lyroPttbui-a-FredI
urinary t oad s A ,trouile. wier to be Owynner, pretdlat otht 1,,fnct oi. eased condltlon of aud a disordered systun. They show that the.
traced to ihe kid ysa terprise Nsatlosal bk3, ,'n asked bodily impuriti, lpas off thrmigh the natural channels -f
but now mnodera yesterday what tW abo r of the nature, are being i s th e ytm from some ,c use. 'he blood ,-
science proves tbat Baterprise would e aM t said: siorbin the waste teeped in poison which finds an outlet
nearl'tall dumiSSe "It wl be vey lae I. * f haive thur n fc t t iU I inanf'ca d painful A slid.A l yo-r aret mrtin.. I had
in the t liorden o act tl we a d. the blood c ntandtlyUe eft med n. I.a tar r. it
these most important what I k nowV e, I9 ri ,, the bl.,. ..ood constantly.1111le ftnid led f l solI
ortans. 00. Nentof t these plac s, or l ft. a rta.inra .
TIe itnerinto the sunouudil4 m be---t-Bihr-..dwh--
The kilnevs Liter ers. not eem syse li I any ideaattewas out ithealed.
San, t urkifyte lood-., growing larger and ms" a yars a0to au I have
A 00that is their mrk. that It wOM iA th .ill .enoroas oleptive in spite of all the Wiln =il.a't ...
Therefore,whenyourkihlnevsareweek u as thats cn do, until the entire health is
or oat of order, vou can umierstand bow -"'hoe details hiav dite ruilit d, how. affected. Washes, salves, powders sad such ti eaet are desirable for the
quickly your entire ibty is affected and ever. that aso hatti ho revt the eson that they are cleansing and also help to fiMe the pain, but they art'
.bow nery organ seems to fAl to do i shbortage, It W^l be ~aMd 1he beak in no way cratiat. The blood is filled with
n .n rNB~I \\ hope be- oi.ton. and until It Is 9 sor? cannot
I ou are sick or feel lI-tly," beginl reope. .e ii. e hope be. ion, d uil i i th sev cannot
taking the great kidney remenil, r. fore a Is tleM fit n'" be In op. enl. S. o 8. Iu thl p $dw totn evi-
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, l.n.-tse as, soon *rati nlo, will *vet i, hold up -" dencs of impu blood. t o down to the
as your kidneys are well thev will help Its hea and ooepy the I ipoitloa nS s0 root of the trouble and ceaguu the circulation
all the other organs to liei ih. A trial tat it tormerly omman i PURELY VEGETABLE. of all poisons and itmpuritis, I *8. 8. eariches
will convince anyone. the blood and reinvigorate the 9U t mema-
If you are sick you ci 1 i.smake no in- o bears of the body so that the impurities and waste matters 0 pal 6 as
take by first doctoring N>tir kidney. N How to Oure Corns aud Bonions. ature intended. Then the discharge ceases, the sore wcabs Wr ew Sek
The mild and the extratorhllartry vtTct Firist, sok the eorn e r hn.ion in Is formed, and the place heals permanently. ok on Sontosi UlIrs mad
Dr. Kilmhner's Swamp-Rtoot, the great
kidnev remedy, is s o1 re5lilti. It warm water to ioeten it; t,.n* pare it any medical advice you nieeo without charge
Ptauds the highest for its wn,i,erful cures down ase lesaly a. po l e't withoutM yi *M BM 9 0 La 9A 9 4
of the nmost distressing casc.. anli is wild drawing blood end apl Iv ('hamber-
on its imrits y allv Isla'sl Pale Balm Iwitos da :y, rubbing
druggists in fifty-centvi llBht tfor evt emiut*e- esoh all.
and one-dll.r siMe o
bottles. You' nmy piheatlom. A eoa pliat.r shouldd be
hive sample bottle- n-meos"o."ain.sk worn a few days to proter it from Sth
by mail free. also a p tip hlet telling you .ho. As a petinal lialieir l. r spranl,.
how to find out if you have kidney or I t Em G l
bladdilr trouble. .Mentio n tln iper bruises, lameness ad umiatlem,
when writingto Dr. Kilmeir & Co., hing Pain Balm Is ieequaled. I 'r sale by At the, price tot.dly is the b'et anid sa fet investment possible to
hainton, N. V. In't uunike any miitake, ill druggills. make.
but remember the nametn. Swanip-Root. his minel la opened anl dire- oi the dump. It Is not an experi.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- .Root. and the ad- tatlotles of Kllted and Injured. ment. hilt pafe ainds nd inil liisnlent.
dress, Biughanaton,te. V.,oneverybottle. Wl hitlate. Oet. 3 U wrning 12 With ,evey 100it liv.tt-d in .stok we will lssu a 3 per int gold
-'- N- .. months enJed uise 30. i*", iMn per. bond, it uiring the investor frin iiiy eiOsible change of loew.
MIM ALICE ROOSEVELT RETURNS seas wore killed sad 18. : injured a The gold bnieles are as safe o astovernment Bonds.
the result et aldeata .wn railroad We would like to hear from you if you ouold be laterested In s
the Reache Sa n Franoeceo on the tralllns. secorig to a report of tit Iretl-elas investmoest, ahtwnoliiely safe, antd isei, with the brightest pqei
Liner Siberia. taterstat commerce oeni *'lon issued eeu and future 4f suy gSold mine evr onlioeiii| r discovetmred, It wil
San Franciawo. Oct. 5.-The Pa- today. CoImpilea with 19'i shows as Car h beloseet vinveiatilon and as wouli like to get Inu lnaieroate
elici Mail Siteanihli conmpaiy' liner Increase of 11t hulle sad ,ll p ul for m
Siberia arrived at this port today di among pesses pad employees, the .
rect from Yokohama. I.rease la killd batiag wholly mIo RIFE S CO FFM AN,
Tnriere were rmany diatistugulshil p P assengersWIle t I alir Of aitof els
ngers on the Siberia, usoni them plo ki edShew 4 idecras, of 10. Brokers. St. Clair Building. Marietta, Ohio.
being Miss Alice Roosevelt. United Thlr wo 1.M 1 o0llion- and 1.1M
States Senator Newlands. of Nevada. derailmIesti. of whlek 11collislm Se(nd u a pOtuI fmta l' fll information Minol
and wife; United .tates Senator War- a 16 deallanta afoerte pe o s within s00 feet of the Emma have aid as high as
ren, of Wyoming; *Represintative tralats. The damage to ears. eawtIee
LoAnworth, of Ohio; riadler General and roadway by thea. aeldiUst 40 per cent in one year. Watch the Emma line
H. T. Allen, chief of the Philippine m*ited to 1 .41.11. m( Its dividends.
constabtilary; H. Hartmnan. proel-
Jent of the Southern Pacific company; :ryan M1t Admiral Togo.
R P. 6chwerta, vice precedent and on. To.iklo Ot. 3.-WMllia J. Bryi .
eral manager of the Patloe Mail WM present at the rieeepi on today I
SteaS11hip company, and Miss Mabel boMofrA.ral to lee' admiral. IDA AIAAU A miA I f Ui V we2 a
0ardman and Miss Amy McMillan. of lro Aed Mr. admiral. 16 ALAHUA CU Y AB I
Washklnton. D. C.. the latter belta An exchange of cordial, timents fol asTANLI1HuI ila
traveling companies of Miss Roose.- owed The adairal t. ', lighted at .
velt. M. Shoralhl. vice president of thl unepected presence of Mr. BrWal The quetioa Reade reliable o rvieo of every sort aloeg she Itae of
the Ttkto Klsen Kaisha Japanese -- -- -- of Title the lAnd TitleI l SIt Stat of Florida, perltiularly
steamship line. alo came over from A WOMAN TO 11 PRITTI Alashs ooieaty.,
the Oritat. first saosid old. ----....
Miss Roosevelt and pty left at *eM o"4 ls "a- I Ma ae PoCIALTI3fsa AbeirtAsa f Titsf ( Tass b sT "bsW
<:30 this afternoon for the east over e x Mae w t e, i W0 Agta T I.iAMaI d Owen ef OMw ,
the central route of the southern Pa- iThe aet esateefr eof a tmale r etis. the he iavator. T
clUe, coanectlag with the Union Pa- weets ialef a erm, is mouth, o oe
eltI aSd the Chicago aeJ Northwest- i nmat If the hee4 i. crowned with Refaereesil Virgs$ Nallosal Banse of (Maltevillle. a. 1.
ora lin" via Oilleago for their homes. sent i ar. ieant and r Mine heir. it is Deatos A 0o., RasBlre.
noe ew% lbi e i med t a parsmlll that
bea s ltteno the eip l the irot ont t*he
Full of Tragic Meaning hat. w Xe at ep h,* sa ilUyT. T lit. .
Are these lines from J. S. nlaima es to't soakse lled ar grat se sI
buileIn aafeolted, fip4rnf. To putsr *
of Casey, Is. Think what m ket hoe iandr p i 1tr.In. sa m o sti. C L Y D E EL I
resulted from his terrible e l if he laiesW hatr. that germ ",sot tho kiled.
had Wot takes the medlele abulit Newbel* N" oiol" *an "'irely new ro
whies he writes "I be ds t f s gb l daneel e gaeim lob. mst" de.stryge
that disturbed my aeightia seo I tried *it fatila hes ade pr eeltts heolde..
evtrything. bel othioeg would relole se3llsby"esn sr ii" uI sedi't, is i





tie fraa. II tVe
it" il I took Dr. lr New i Jao onh and Nw York
whisk somplenely eured us. oaWtast __________





1, w. YOom rs e !m. seeI O
Uettie iats i i ar oay laday .....e i. 1 W

iteive orveas at Sathi Daria. A Clyde New England and Southern Lne
grta ahaooke saromede tt p t f **a*ay *~i f w tl DMsg .A a
1.0@. 3111 lave sad r whal tlhe use was ** age ad AS f
wallet, presuoesy sktt of ft m the d*UIa Charet--MB WIfA


erori4ed The p.rpa of the Marke I *" ssus^i~iiBurniili.^^


I~fI


I


f


to DM JefoSeW bto 1 e moG 100110#I
oiey f u'orkm ae will 0 04 bt he aIIn civ40 6 aTI aaU UN
tew wVI lrin~g a *of OcincsadW rlelo~d w ? UAtenJE 0N5&*)Sesm
rame wIll g covers ite ;IIV* ofa t 0e 0 or edt ast PhU. AMuW, O o aud)MA ouedswe
on r ie ue+rr h ;k BROKER&rr
ww r.mo pasv te' wi e wath BtOLhdIW.
a be!' mnr ?evt*' t bo WervrI' 07j AO~OVL
surba, -c#1TY OF ACC1WW)#I LII
Ageseaeg i" Ifteme. M11r bpe Famine sell-,Vt'i.e lRome" TYI k%9 Tuesdaye
Is Va.toallv 1 &auu640- I"Is If. 901 0 1 t I& p 0A
inse aetW WW* *f f *
Line RidV Weeas*e#eredof pW of h1' ?60;5&00
odfal abekbae "DssoeJliam" e sm s uLee
won", -has irt*0 00 op Mo dde 600
geme said e bad me The ISMS 00-Dewel; 5 MMIRA I uIWGlm 16?
slouds .1ow. so daovrsmrl m 0 10 poll
So sm"" for my frisk" someab -- -- ---- -0 .
al~l
-I Iwuss~ fS~hear~heshr din'
~9 eq. she. I tP- I AT ST.




416 -.









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HAL eWeUiWWttits Fo0
L' THE FOOT UuL a-t

iatelTr Comle Ter Own Table,
It iand qP* Oboerve
SrM *l* tlW~1* 1WUll ePove *1
fwe toes,* l*a T e.
elthe ab. asola erk wishes to ce-
eta tW be of yards In the.
40 i ft t sbed se bo will, four
measure It swiftly
IB~ir,4b*aD d her outstretched
AW'l 'It a patter of inches,
le t beaded upper jolst
alona the cloth.
the one measure a yard
It ter an Inch, and the emtinmate


Close enough to serve her
although there are Inches of
in the length of arms, and a
trn of the head will cause stllU
Ult5r error.
i these muethods have proved
lves so useful in spite of their
cursey, It is easy to see how valu-
able some similar measure which
aa be depended on would become.
The Individual muot necessarily be
the first consideration. It Is hardly
within the bounds of posslbllity to find
two persons Idential In those dimen-
aous of wble use can be made. Thus
eaeh must etabllh blhi own table of
'ke forearm-from point of elbow
to tp of. middle fnger-in one of the
Moat practicable of the natural mens-
r's. This is the cubit of Scripture.
Set the point of the bent elbow in the
eomer of the wall. Holding It firmly
lhere, straighten the forearm and fin-
pes, mark the point reached by the
lmddle digit and measure carefully the
distance to the wall. A man is lIkely
to find this measure about twenty
ianeee, a woman about sixteen.
For making a quick measnrement of
the side of a room, the length of a
wood pile. and ro forth, this Idea ba
some very useful qualities.
Take the toot rule now and sp d,
or rather span, the hand to Itstmost
Upon It There is sur, to be d differ
ence between the right an left so
Wie always the ame hand or bare a
Separate measure for eas.
If extended rigidly tItse utmost each
time the Inches "I'sa ld" will be a
practically fixed Quantity. Note the
measurement cefuetlly, as before. It
is most likely t e to for an dult from
*veen and aletal to nale laches.
This l a eem more convenient
t= b at oft te forearm, ince*
tt be ma eaeaenty app ed either
Itasu or vertcally and at any
where e hand eas reach.
"band" of tour laebs uaed to
maa earmesst of heses Is of course
getrvd fr-* the boreadfth of the pate.
it has become so irmly oxed Ia
MB o uswe thae It may as well be omit.
141 tbe easureo of thumb and
U1,1 bhowemer. worth cosmlderatlo.
eas maurement from the opposite
da of the palm to the end of the ex.
iaeded thumb is very nearly alx Incbee
4ad Ia therefore a convenient unat.
S Thes measures need, of course, to be
tpplemhited by a shorter one, and
Jre is the opportunity of our ekl
bleed the thumb Joint. 1eand the
Lthumb sharply and measure on tho
back from the point of th knuckle.
oevr the sall to the end of the fleohy
ball of the thumb.
The resulting "unit" Is Ilkely to vary
troea *sven-eltths of an Inch to one
and one-half lIchbe. If the nmeaure--
Aent don not "mie out" in even'

THE SUN

JOB PRINTING
DEPARTMENT

Makes a Specialty or All Kinds
of Plain and Faney


Commercial


Job Printini


Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blanks on Short Notr '

'T e (tlloou Ietter frwI on t r i ut.M t
L Or erCT 9 41.14.1rt K t F 't.r'l a
L( order M IStevl. re. :'.
l0alvleK I''.


Life often seems too long to the Woman 0ho suf-'
fers from painful periods. The eternal bearing-
down, headache, backache, leucorrhea, nervousness,
dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are
dreadful. To make life worth livin take






r i n tttiA K Uf


It quickly relieves inflammation, purifies nd en-
riches the blood, strengthens the constitution and
permanently cures all diseased conditions from which
Swak women suffer.
It is matchless, marvelous, reliable./
At all druggists' In $1.00 bottles.


wEI W A IZTU
realy fraoy, In adrtest am
&mMtwi, auyw 57 P SI ORMIS
tmubla. Wo vihnod*@advkI (6
ssD "am hAtAtrmLO
AM' A4in emy MCbdrsm
Meffkas Co.. Osbmsa14hm. /


hw ? E. L chqr, o
a d Bdb-i4
an my W t the tlei M 3W
*d Sm as vgndrkl rdimi no
Im to bsttw bt S* I a IV"b
IVaofim


quarter Ilncies h ne a fluter second joint THE DAINTY WASP.
Instead. It will tbe a reliable and al- --
nloqt an oonlvente4. Apparstat With Whlre Me Make-
Everylm-ly kIAows. or should know,. Hi Complieotee Tollet.
him own hektht with sufficient exact- "Wasps are exceedingly dainty In
iles, Iu) a still mor useful piece of their habits." Msys a writer In the PU-
know) ge la the height of the eyes. grimF, "and. In order that they may
Thlp il, as a rule. about four and one- gratify their uIntinct for ueatnesa to the
S'trter inches less than the total utmost. nature has provided them.with
~light. But do not accept this snb- a set of marvelously delicate combs
traction for the new table; measure. and brushes. If we look closely at the
When one Is standing erect, with the wasp's leg we will find that each bears
face close to the wall, It In easy to on its outmnnoit long joint two mall,
mark the exact point In front of on's movable splne., known as the apical
eyes when they are looking straight spurs, and if we examine these with a
ahead. Thi measure will vary to magnifying glass each In seen to be
trifling extent with the changing thick- provided with a row of fine teeth, so
aeme of boot soles, and ao forth, but that the apparatus answers for a coarse
such an error rarely risea above one- and fne toothel comb.
sixteenth of an Inch nl the foot. "The tidylng up process consists of
The measure of one's outstretched various perfectly definite steps. usually
arms-beglnniln and ending with the taking pl a pla a artUcurar sequence.
tip of Ste middle fingers-Is ipther First. it pass both front legs over the
valuable thing to know. The familiar face from above downward, and after
theory that this "span" Is the same as repeating this movement several times
the height is not corret enough to be draws them through the jaw. This is
depended opon for purposes of mes-. to remove any foreign substance which
arement. may have collected on them. The lep
A much aned natural measure is the are then passed backward from the
pace. Probably everybody who has forehead. muoh as we shouWl smooth
much to do with land Is aeeustomed to back our hair. The wings are nthe
employ It. The usual way is to stride troked again and again from the base
off, taking as long steps as possible to the tip, although the most careful ob-
and callingt" each pace a yard. A far server would fall to detect anything
better way IS to measure the natural ulon them. The abdomen is next care-
step and continue to walk with It. fully stroked from base to tp until
Take twenty or thirty ordinary walk. every hair points In the right direction
nlg step on lev*l ground, measure the and a gloss as ue as satin s attained.
distance and m.ure the average length. Last of all each of the six legs. i turn.
When the table of natural nearest is laboriously drawn between two of its
Is fully compiled It -will be somewlfellows, so the wasp s once more ready
lke thi: t ll be sto face its world."
-lke thi-:. -


Thumb )oint...............I.......h... t In w i
Thumb and palm ................... Inc6 Saved His Lite.
Hand spaen.................c...Inches
lrTorm .....A.................... Inc J. W. Davenport.Win o, Ky.,write..
stretch or arms ......... .... Ir inc'h June 14, 1902: "I want to tell you I
Height ...................# fr et % Inoh heli.ve Bsllagl's Snow LiaimIut saved
teisht ofr e)r ............. 5 feet a Inches
Pace ................................. Inch" my life. I was nader the IrVlment of
When one has constructed bl (table. two doctors, ad they told me one of
subetltutllg his own measure for my lungs was entirely rone, and the
tHme given, let him not merely write other badly fferaeed. I alsohad lump
It in a notebook, but memories It It on my side. I don't think :hat I eould
will be uaI l with urpr tang trequency, have lived over two mowta looSter. I
-I. R. Kent In Yotnh's ('ompaioon. was indeed by a frie to try Ballardas
SIaow I inismal. The let appliestilo
Some Seasonable Advice. jgave me great lWIf two IfW y seat
Is may be a pince of si(plritlous ad. hostles eured me ewud sad well. It IS
vice to urge ,~,pepl. at this season of awoIderful medkisiaand I reeomead
the year to la in a supply of Cham. it to sulering hemauity." dold by W.
berlair's Cutash hwimedy. t is 1- JL Johnsoun.
ioit sure ttio e nm*lp d loeft.r, win-- A4 se*y a W kAaILb .
tir It over, and much unre promrt iand GIoorge Washlagton's bead garde
-*aisfactorv r reult are onta nel whenI was trum snoe IDu rOe klaNgdoa.
taken as oon as a co'd is contracted where hera ha ored r m the rely*
and b fre it lh I bvcume settled in the grounuls But ceaata o Amere bhe
eyitmin. lhich ce a only be done by lt t his wits belMsl. iemascman
keepl~ o the ermdy at hand. This for bhi "a'ude" welon' f W be
remedy is so twidle known and so Sn tPrO y ~ and Was1g
altogether gI,,d tht h no one ahoald otrte thI ae at 1eye l WlOt W e
heitate atout ttiaug l, in prefereace eOMt down to tea river mad Sdelaed
io any othrr. It is for si. ty all his latentotut of mC *isthe aed
r rel.. couetry7. whe WS 0" d ceM W-
leesri-, inmL and leea ~w I do fd a newly .
URo~Im was ote rt the nu that ever Uv.d vt hbe wr-te eo hbarted PtI ANI ueva a 9
M against time. ail wq "Pi W the womi. a ndoW NW I-
Barbwr of Sv** lle," fort Ieta' wi W1-4 e kMtWr ln *""Ud o* St
wrtteu and amounted la i s thea a a e d.
month. w bi fact wave rtee to e ----
,11tr1"e e g t witutkam. Cpe b4atA A JeSlam taq in y.
tot4 Urat lulia d luad al habe his A well kaows tavela m n w bh
u '"t.,'i days tlk"a8tt1 replied -It visits ithe drug% g& p bebaetP ft
S ~V.t H umu1l tee teI.ed a0 wo oama
iLamd dra LIe o e in


60108lee tis, ttia wh" asked ow a *mob -ed-
Dear Ir: ikcewed t j I kw.p their ebs.Jre to whether toso Umew
matte In d ogtime.ai %c a,'I say k "' ski 1 am Samult, ai ittwolemubwdone
it UI Pe6rteett emtWIaCtr-. I I-ke O.r ( t'cstlr shold wa60b4 toe sri first udhr 1 r04
eseeloposso mwchb M ranx1 thanks f"eI at t sof w verne. ad w" e t1 *ISOM

C'. I best teal. iegoo"& I t C s.- (A"hI
ot,0a IL Wt 9 to %Ua Shr food doe I
o~SMAP rdQ--4 TiM A;NUN It' V-gA, Amlibel grow uPheal It $Wees".16"bS
ard SrAMS. fU b fW. N. J- s P=.7 ME


Take The Atlantic Co t Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS

Dora ft$ nt Dwvi 1nh. a ma DBOLt c-
*r or Mtm"" Jack 'e.e I
J a bwo IaJ.leoMIak SVUOUe LMb V MV ontcru. ,

Rapid Transit and Unsurpamed Service
Time Table in oefet April 1, 1005.
Depart for GAENEsVILL Arriv Fr i
8 :10 pm High 8prigp and Inter- 8:0 a ,.
DIily mediate Points Daily
12:1 pm Oeal, Leesburg ad Tamps, and I8:40 p
Daly Intermediate PolMto Daily
1:60 p a Palatka, Jaksooaville. 1:6 pm
Dally North, East and Wet Daily


12.0 pis
Daily


High Sprinp, Wayeross, Savannah, Brunawiek,
Albany, Atlanta, all Points North, East West


8:16 p In
Daily


8:S pm 19:66
S:a6p mRohelle, Mieanopy and Citra
Daily Dai

5Damf High Springs DI
ex.Mooday ex. 8


I


air
ily


)s
k y
lunday


Interhangeable Mileage Tiekets, good over 18,000 miles of among the pri .
elpal railway in the Boothera 8tate, are on male by the prinelpal agents.
Through Pallman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantis Coat-
Line also via Atlantie ouat Line and Southern Railway.
or complete information, sall on
J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent, QaJnesville.
Address:
FRANK 0. BOYLOTON, Dis. Pas. Agt., W. D. 8TAKE, Trav. Pass. A g
18 W. Bay st., Astor Bnildin, Jaksooville, Fla.
H. M. EMZR9N, Traf. Mr., W J ORAIO, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Winlmnaton. N. W0lainlton, N. 0.
_


Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company
Time Table in effect September 24, 1905.
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No. 4 No. L No No. 8
Daily Daily. BTATION. Daily. Di,.
-


Lv P
8 00
8 10
8 20
8 2
880
... ..... 8

4 16
4 80
.... 4 80
4....... 40
6 00
80 .

950

... ... 8 48


11 o
8 "
'UA


MLv AM
.... .......... FalrAeld.........
.. ... .. ...... Irving.............
..... ....... Dur rvan .......
I ... .... ..... ..douthside..... ...
* ... ... ..... Hlekaan. ............
.... ... .......... Lake lmonton......
....... ...... Mloeaopy ........
: **........ .* -..o .... oo .............
... ....... rkwood ......
.... ... .......... Olyatt.........
... .... .... ....Waahoots.......
............ ...Roky Point ......
L i .....eatm ill.
6 8 .......Bellamy......
7 0 .... ........ l..........
11 ...............Graham........
Ar ......am pon Cy ....
1080 ... Platkas,. 8. F..
84.. ... E; ke Ity," G. .A. r.
.. 10 p .....TallahaA e, 8. A. L...
11 00 a ...... Valdosta 8. At ...
a 4 0 p ...... Maon, G.8. F....
*7 b *..... Ulata, 0. ofGa ......
MAr 10


Ar. P K










340
140



650 a


LvA M
'o...


Ar PM ..:


280
2 20
2 10
205
200
186
1 40
180
12
1 x
1 20
1 10
1266
12 OLv
10 lUAr
9 M
$8B
5n
932
9 10
600 a
7 43
'* 10.
1340 a
*00


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Trains ad 4 do mot run between Gaianeville and Fairflelkon Bondays.
L. B. BARKER, Geseral Superlntendent J. F. HILL. Are$.
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SOUTHERN


Bflctive May 28, oo05.


12 Tobals r Amm lkat No,4 "No. tO


Lv Jacksonville. .8o. Ry
Lv Jeeap ... .So. IK
Lv Bvasaah.. So. Ry
Ar OoImbi o.. 80 Ry
Ar Okarlote .80. Ry
Ar Oreeasboro Bo. Ry
Ar Dnville. .o8. 8Ry
At Richamon6aSo. '
ArLjehbg 8.I7. yRI


* 11)5
114".
4 up
10 up
hIM
2 2111
4 1


RAI LWAY.


Nrtk and Wet.


7 S6p Lv Jacksonville, la.
10 40p. Lv Jesup, .
1216 ArNaIooa, (a.
4 00E) Ar Alaia, .Ga
9 M Ar Rome, a..
lS ip Ar Dalton. (i
S p J ArOhattanoogca Teen
SUp Ar Lexigton. Ky.
.4 .I Ar Cineinati, ()


So Il. 7* IIO



So. R~y. lo p


- 9..-. 7 .-A % a. --


ATl um aouslIe So. KJ s y ama6lop j* umalalti Uo. WI .our -14
ATWahbloolom.. So. R, 9 oa *9I AtChie&Xo.Ill DBll oor f
ArltftlUmom P. R- R. 1-111S It3p LI Oincinassi, 0. Iija Limes
AtW. P'del'ia P.R R. IUp 2S AktChicago. 111 P ILim"
ArT Ne York P.R.R. lI~ p i c ..
Ho. &--New York and Florida Ar Cshiao. Ex.
puees D&Ut PolmamDrawing Rootm loWCt:alflMMS.Q -H~H.D.
=We~sz C~r Port Tampa &Wd J**Sg0 Ar Toledo, 0 C. H. & D.
will* toew York.A mIIP.M.
V*o. S0-'Wsski a"te uFlor a id-v L Cimlmt 0 PaiYase
ROMoo .sleeping O ar J aeksoce v ills to CW Xm ,oi asatsmi ,- -- i u
Nowrloo At u ovetm iol 0 he FW V
NIw ot. ArC (j7 Big our
i.'velmd, O Rig Poore
A TC Leu1k gtooy -o
TbrobS Owelaie fS 11o.U" JeW At LoomfiB.k ..e 6al.
U JoakmeilleIFIs ss o.y so.
tr ~YLI~l~k~ph t MP I A Ir 4somme. A I& I
Lv famuahGs.G. So. Ry I Aal"
Atir boh=@O S. My0S Asro. $atP-1 A.m
=x Illy At U
AT ASIMPe, P. 0 so. My I m0 i ___Ab a
At x. 0 SO. BI yrm I K-m-City. o tr
At oosirrlk So. 1i S 6ft fic* "Priso Ark
At ft. 80'la eb. as itib
Ar OLmeumli Q~'b (t:l. Ip, -Th Ib o no
At____ _____ _____ _____Daily. SWWadvesibei. usia,
day seawe ad ulInI
No. W-moelly rullms [ 'if Cas. jaekwoevs soa eOlimelmL
Rm n lo OW8Wdvo6W -Oau wbvas n#o. Is lmaa D.rawle Bsm
JiOAshaeOlle sld ieepn. I s Oar between iearw~
g C -- Bamlsgham. M.npki* Kames @
u~ 3~ br urk.. am Oukoedo 'prae.


A3RIUVdAL AT JACKSON VILLE
Md* IM160rIMhvt L
win ew Tsub. aWswa. &e % w ao. IS k4 ma FloroI Uk
QrI=T Tusk, Wmbe~a eetc -N.o 29.a.lago5 "d lFie r .
________________ Atlasta et 14 Fa UPlssd. "-Nrn
Ch1 I, Ss r Is M i mayi, W -.9
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FI( )RIA. OCTOBER 21; WO.


WINGED SEA ROBIN&
Aeh Whe INet Carleso
lebl LIAmon iOe Abenes.
te psdellartty which would
L .t about the sea robin,
or guruard, as he il variously
would be his elumay shape.
is large oad deep In com.
wt thie body. One of our ob-
young folks, looking at him
is tank ef the United States
'mim0so. Washington. would
to exctdlm. Oh. wee, he hbu lit-
claws which help him crawl
"ure eouuuh. Just In front of
c Itoral or side uine are three little
lIke proceses on each aide, which
le to stir up wtaed and sandl
io rake aruund among the pebble
i ot out the siUa!l aulmile upon
b the Pla robiu fIe.i in its native
Rs. While (doiilg this It seems to
wstinug aloL; ,\'ver the bottom by
log tjKse ptcvuli.r claws Into tlU

I roblna fete ll smaunll crual. fish.
Ipa and other dllnllltive auilmnmal
h they find Rnmolg tie lose tories.
Wope all the gulrulllrd r lnll y of
p are eagerly sought, ast they tluh
4d sale il the fish iioarket. 'IThey
Sa length of twu Ioct iniul I!
ht of eleven pounds. oiur spe't it
* ma robin, a Ceu.jilln 1 t Ihe' li,:'.
Variety, is found on i ur nl.o'itirll
and as taken IIu 'grcatt uliu.:l.r.'
pound neta along Viti.yal'.l ,s lui.
* they spawn during the SitUbuiT, r


are much esteenuedl for the
belng one of the umout ,li!:hte
dlble Lsfhes. The flesh is tiril.
white and bard to distnlguimb
that of the kingfish. The Auer-
ea robins are fifteen to eighteen
long and weigh from one and
north to two pounds. When taken
the water they grunt quite loudly
it placed on the ground give a
bop forward of a few Inches,
Ug as they do so. This grunting
can be beard quite plainly if
Is In a boat lying quietly in ahal.
water near where they are.
head Is sheathed with bony
tes and armed with sharp points.
are rather hard to distinguish
1rsat, as they lie quite flat against It.
sn caught they erect all their splues
i lnflict very painful wounds on
"e who try to handle them. The
Itoral tins nre a little more than half
I long as the body and may be ex-
Aded like a fau when in use or fold-
L quite clo*e together when on the
itom thus giving them the name of
Itterfly fish.
be rays of the tail may also be
extended to look like a Jupanese


color of this peculiar fish Is a
nlah yellow over the back and
and cream white below. The
al fins are deep orange color.
a blackish marking toward the
crossed all over with little dark
lines and edged with light yel-
orange color. The lower Jaw Is
beautiful turquotie Ibhl. edged with
e dn of braIay yellow.--Nt. Nicholas.
P ileIU the ReesepablMftyr.
A mall Ikxy. not mIore than seve or
eiht years of age. was once sent to
Il oce of a Brooklyn school prin-
ll for some offense. The principal
pUW that the little fellow had an un.
~aly straightforward sad bonest
Simaerce, so be eooeeled to lead up
*p OS proper pualabhaet for the youun
-emir by akilng him a few ques-

it You were a teacher what would
Im do with a boy who acted as you
m Ibis morning In the elassewomr
he ased.
"I'd med him to th prlcipel."
pWpatly replied the boy.
What do you think the prIiampal
m toi do with suhb a boy r" ematl-
adII S quetloner.
Titslfa up to ye." was the rply.
te hboy ecrped puoniamer.--Schol

ea1ses eaf lm****a, l
b MO glamta are uafly weakml d
aI wael as fral e bef. ad as a
3 a do not Lire les. Dwarfas. a
ft er hasd. are ofm ate line witted
adl nd a good ebass of lera elty.
s AubIrk eresu i the wmee-
M s ry teek the whim t remd
. gS d e giants and dwarf I her
~tmi tmo mthe toea~ er Ap-
,i rws e peemSed that the big
g" ty SMa smboa al buet
- w L wlerl wly. 'Re Itast were
UI 1' adt pre sraow tree





I L rh of the Iwsr. sal
OD 01110 3 set at an dss


i to be m (fam r-wr eon s
new the -W gmm, s ow
Illowue' a iimim inor01" mu par,


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w a w ho mafe"
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*t*oer s** the Grret Ril4e.
To every aspect of the pIroblem of UfN
Berbert Spencer must Ihave gtiv
thought, but be has pltially declared
that the human Intellect a~ at preMet
constituted can offer no solution. The
greatest ind that this world has yet
produced-the mind that systemattad
all human knowledge, that revolutloaI -
Sed modern science that dissipated aN-
terialslm forever, that revealed to Ms
the ghbotly nlty of all existence, that
re-etabllha all ethics upo an t.
mutable and eternal foundatlon--tU
aind that could expound with equal
lucidity and by the same unlversal
faLmla the biatory of a gnat or the
history of a sun, confessed Itslf be
toen the riddle of existence scarcely
ee helpless than thq mind of a child.
-Laftadlo Hearn In Atlantic.


Doctors Said He Would Not Live.
Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa., writes:
"After dotorng or for two years with
the beet physlelans in Waynesborg,
and still getting worse, the doctors ad.
vised me if I had any btoineus to at-
tend to I had better attend to it at
once, as I could not posibly live
another month as there was no cure
for me. Foley's Kidoey Cure was rec-
ommended to me by a friend, and I
immediately sent my son to the store
for it, and after taking three bottle I
began to get better, and continued to
improve until I was entirely well." J.
W. McOollum &Oo.


Queer seeks.
Among the world's queerest books li
"Pharamond; or, The llistory of France
-A Fam'd Romance. in Twelve Parts."
It was "written originally by the au-
thor of *'CaTandra and Cleopatra.'"
and It was "Engllhed" by J. Phillips,
Gent., and published In London In folio
In 1T77. "l'haramond" runs to 1,173
closely printed folio pagIs, which con-
tain in all some 1,073.216 words. That
is to say. It equals In length ten mod-
ern novels of about 100,000 words
apiece. Mir Philip Ridney's "Arcadia"
works out, nterspersed poetry and all,
at some 400.(h0 word or four modern
norels.
A Bd EIabH.
The Heiresa--apam. I am consider-
ably emluarramuMed to discover that I
am engaged to marry both the duke
and the count.
'"How like your mother, to Jump in
and buy more than shLe wants, Just
because It I cheaBp:"--Life.
Very New.
"I thought you told me that Miss
Pastelle was old."
*WR. 1s-old a. the hills."
"Don't lelleve It. I klesed her a
few minutes ago and foud that the
paiat waa still freeb." Cevelad
Leader.


It It Impoeble for that man to 4.-
W4lr who remember that ble bteper
to omnilpotent-Jeremy Tayler.

Plan to Get Rich
Are often frustrated by sedd*e break
lng down due to dyopepMla or eamilps.
tlon. Brace up and take Dr Kls's
New Life Pills. They take oet the m
terials whheb are ellonial yoar er
glk and give ooe a ow start. C0sr
headaebe and disarm to At all
dro itorem e. Ioarasteed.


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OALJ ANi SOCIALL ITEMS

*Irt.5aiiiaand What is Going
In Sheet Paragraphs
Who Muies May Read"

iNtt, neen room house. Mrs.

isl mllah eow for sle. R., Em.
d4s
'd'lie callingg cards in latest style
S ofe.
J obo M. Oliver of Orlando was Is
j th eity yesterday.
Dry oak and pine stove wood. J. 1.
SBone. Phone 19. dot.
M. Ohevre has retired from a
visit to relatives In Faorhadlea.
Mrs. Ohai. Wood of Areber wse in
the elty yelteday on a shopping trip.
mall eAttage wanted, or rooms ver
( bm s hoboee. Apply as this offic. t
Wl WIBlSm taley of White Sprlng
wal a vser to o Ganevllle yesterday,
S Dr. L. MeK mlostry, Jr., is Indi.
pei 4 his bome, Be s Main swees,
Morth. '
Foer loent- a-room osage there
blo0ks from quare. Enquirer W. U. T,
g, Oa e. d9
Ii.Kly furnished room lor ret. 1
Seoohknlt. Apply on premoise, 808
ltibery street. or at this oO tf
Lonesro Taylor, tormel of Albloe
but ow reMsdle n Juesoville, wie
g, eentg old Ifridt here yesterday.
Tropeatle lease for sale at bthi of
S~We, Me per deas, 0 per handed
1 O1i mOst aeOpompany order, dwitf
b piltoer, noe.sales, ean obtali
P'"sl-d aokiosa and steady employee
W bI S t iH. 6 W. 3. Drew Company
'. IAilYa-lll, Florida.
S' wyman of Oeala, one of tht
1, t poplar mtraellag salemen i
tesC 8leu of $1e 1a11 t w. e a svslto
H i,' Olw ufll yet ,rday.
', A..WIiame at Waldo, member
: te1 l omof .T.WT.sWlsms Os.
Nmemasto wa r so.atlue
Ins Itothiss tity yesterday.
:1'' 9 ale-The D. A. Falkneabtr
pes' iaof Ie ore i emal h be.oago
water. The pretlest loe a esret li
Iorsk OaInettlleo. M. banderm.
W. L. Goodwyn of Ie BR med, sth
S oeer travellng represensative of th
t lis1moad Pger Oompany. was In th
O ty yesterday ad paid The Sun al
agmrable cell.
S Mrs. H. Brero Mrs. J. w Pea
oosk, Misee Hallie and Emma Pea
eeok of Willison, aeomarpeird by MiY
Madp COoery of Jaskoeville, were II
o the eity yesterday.
B. H. Ohae, of the Are of Harper d
Ohke. has returned from a speelal tri
et three weeks on the aits Oooas
where he has hee In the laterwse
the Cable Company.
S J. M. Eerett of Dannle and J. U
D rummond of Trenton wre in the elt
yesterday. Thry have a erwe.tle o0o
1 tr1lat for fllrnilidlg the Atlantic Ouse
Line in Laaylreie county,
S W A. ,ihtht)it of Tampa. repnr
S eeti(ngr tAe CLhe6arel he Shoe Cow
pa"iuy of talaisnn'or, II as the Brow
i H m o, Mr l. Iht.foolt tr regular vli
S tor sI Ualievill, an4 enjo y a fti
S trade here.
A. T Kellty & Company. .ko ow
and operate a venering mill at it
wa terworks have Just pureherd a
lbghs.wheel l(g waroe. The walgon
one of the la)st patterns of its knim
a d hoa glan perfect Ueastftioa.
3J t. Fowler of Lrnoae. an eatae
elu lumber maBsaetarer of thi
la *e., we ame g the buines violtol
ahbloeity ere.er Mr. Fowler
e havi(g eorsted in I1Rut lsiaes lle
la-deome and eomfortabhl home ai
S, lli 111 lith h. family bher


Friesits of WN Trn.hue-ert Bodfoid,
wbe b sUmedil ea phoraeautlc#l NI.
DWI& sls mor.e* lI wlbe plead at
4"e bfohemaslothastbeIkis eGoISagI
sa od umam Is ldvasLag r"ply.
Ith I r u. Seimd's somaid eryu as
00r0p 0 td e ehasesare favorable
hr W meaftku was lof -
Se hbrnalsu neat pear
1"_ .ofPalatka was is
Osk, oy id .Mr. Tiligma to
606169p~ of the Lefkia
prsm mpamurs laove sea Ce-l
SIke ~mem, rs. ad am soasMa.
heBemI Is tahe
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of Ro.
yeter.


John S*sejll of Oamprille was is
the e*iV yesierdar on a vtiit to ohl
brother, Sheriff L. W. Feanell.
Lost, yesterday morslag, d4l jy
tied to yellow ribbon, be we.b>i .
den and W. Main stret. Plderl d al
as Doval's sboe shop.
8iek beadasbe Is ea 0 by a dior-
dered condition o. pl toWaooh and Is
quickly ellbrd by Oa mbilai n't fiom-
ash and Livero UI .
Miss Lee, p egr-isal narse q o
OCattnoonga., es ived in she etty
and wUl lW ised a Uta dd 6 ellowes
Hotae bi Mi, ( winelr.
J. N. DeBeole, a prominent lam-
bersm.s of J ekeoille and oae of the
amet wMely knows 4t5isenaof tbeisoe*
tloa of Wrorlda, warepgfiered at the
Brown Boune yesterday.
tisa. Henry a. Ohabb, who wats to
J1sekeoville to dthet rmldea Boose-
el t, proceeded froe that eity to hs
home at Winter Park, whee be is
now spending a short sime with his
family.
Warrar deed and mortgage blaplr
for sale at his ofte, the ferm f sed In
Aliehs0 se1ty w*hleb i'saves aoey In
reeordlg. $I per hundred or 10e par
dose by asil. Oaub mosa t eeompany
order. dewtf
Albert- M. nadel, formerly a pro-
,greslve ltotbler dtd Iate' fornihoer
of this ity but now eaged In a sell-
lar hbainess iq Jsikaol ller is spead-
Sog a day or two beso on beelse. Mr.
adel's old frliads re lad to see him
again.
Dr. W.HR Sbloylsat boine asai,
after several weeds spet at bhis old
home In Boston and other apolit Est.
Friends will be elighltd to learn that
he wa greatly lmprovdr l health by
bhlqrlp, sad reMare to his profession
* Il dotes fall of energy.
If yo wOsh property of say kind
sold at at ion or private sale, reted,
Sor reent olleeted, biggest prices oh.
t aaed, prompt atsnton and seatlfae.
tiom guaranteed, all on or write P. M.
Olier, real late aget and county
* awetloeser, Oalaesvlle, Fla. dot
B enj. F. Deke, formetty of this elty
but now residing as DoUmelloa, wa In
the eity yesterday. Mr. nd Mrs
SDike are speadlag a few days la o
e, shelled, owlag to the nrloes Illne of1
SMrs Duke's mother, Mrs. J. A. Tuck.
or, the oondltion of whom has been
Ssomidered qelte serlose.
S Th meetlal at aM e sort boos Touo.
a del oeenlsi to orpalsa for the beitto
work along beselolen line, we well
e ttoeded and o exeoative committee
e appIleted to formulate a plea for se.
e StIl along that lile. TIe mnlters
n sad business men will make a careful
Ietlatailaton of the matter.
The friends of Bres MeOoUlio, whc
Soderwent as operation. for appendl.
e itsl at the Odd Fel1low' Home a


couple of days ago, will be grattlie at
the laformasion thas the patient steod
the operation well, sad his b eadltlo
to very favorable. It is expected that
heo etroeeelv his freond hin a few
days.
Amosg the water vltltor who have
arrived ia the esit to Jame Massor, a
wealthy and inluential edlteon of
Olevland, Ohio. He esxpe to re-
main here for several maoth ao a
iaest of the Brown House. Mr.
Maaeor to well plesd with Galses*
vill*, and oease tIo eses a oaple of
mother qariIer tkha aOal.


READ THIS.
Moan.s. AtA', bee. $. 1M.
Dr. 2. W. HMal, l. L Loo, Mo.-Dear
Sir: Usetag tried dileeat doi4"
and their eedie fr several ypea
for beak a4 d id trouble I flad
Nothlt eoseesfal Iastl taklag "T
Tease Wede," Hall's Oees Diesr
er. sad. beteg rapid eared. to e
Magim we aslreed am tI "iG ibless
the saMe wplavtad theim eimm
sleeloag ear b I "l y Oad bless the
iaveator o*f HwU% TasE Womaer.m
Teaw n wet
M 0. . R .O. Mwh Aia.

A TrXAS WOItEL
Use mmal f lbek of Te We*-
dr. Hall's ees Ilsseaeo, oeams ll
ruhar aag MadaeLW T Waa*


s""- Wde ........' .. 1- -
"ar ,n du a r wa
wo OW bsllh w 6 a
WO be son Bi*a liai GL e
onme md
Iuess ad
4Samr Vie.,


uf of Old To"w 0
tttw | isior to Nity @

Mrs. 4P&Kelley of Kelles 16W1.
.near th#*a 0workse, spet s yMsed6 y
Ia th his ah the gu esof Dr. sad
Mrs. J. L. Kelly.
, Copy for the Ind uial Sditio, of
The Soa n ow in the haede of the
printer, ald eapy for advriiemeate
moat be beaded in AT ONCE.
TherWr a best in everything. Blub
Ribbos lIe--o and vanilla aMe ao
"beet *vr made" in extraet.k Aiso
lately pei,r ad so highly somestrated
that oely balf the amoasst Fieelsd.
' AttUl gW. E. Bftkr is proud of
the p~ie.MI o.f a bhidemAosoew s*i,
doqe In a e bluk. It Itooe of
the prtl worth of the sixae pauit.
er' art thru ben been en 16 this see*
sloe for some tine.
If you diere to take ae.vantage of
the oppo tnalty to r h one boendred
thooseud people thJrolg the Idoa.
trial Edisti of The Son, had Ito year
sopy at eo Twenty thousand opie*
will be printed and ailaluatd, whkeh
mean at leWt one hundred thoosand
readers.
Obas. A. Wilson of Jaeksonovlll,.
agney 41reetor of the New York Life
Insorande O mpany, is in the olty on
ofolai balines. Mr. Wileo a oe or
ibe eleverest getleomen it he beon
our pleasure to meet. He is impeossed
with Gatesvhllke, and eays all eye are
on the '4plversity ity" now, and the
people arV expeetlng great things.
John 0. LaFontise, who for the pat
few days has done some e f uent
speelal featar work oa the nadautrial
ditlion of Tbe aun, left yesterday for
Live Oak, whore he was summoned on
boslee. Mr. LaFouaiet bed charge
of the de sriptlve and iodostrial mat
ter for this Isse, whieh Is an asouraMe
thai t will be all thatoould be desired.
Ms. LaFoatleoo, who has been with
him, left for Iawthorn, where she will
visit her parese for a few daep.
John V. Denton, for may yearo an
resideailof this section bet now on-
gagd la teo frait and prodoee eamr
mmetoa boraies Ia New York OCty, ar.
rivd yeetidesl, and spet a few boon
with fried sard relative here. Mr.
Deato says It bels good to be "at
bome" agaia. He left la the after
moo, for Orlaodo, In the vllialty of
whish egit be espeets to reaals for
wevenl week Is the lateroes of hdi
boees. Friede'o Mr. Deate" will be
glad to lore sha khe Is propeIag.




New York Rauet

I hepest Store on Earth.


The Greatet VJil
of tk Seum ....
Oas now be eo t the New York
Rasket. The mammeth sekas oar
btyer bought i the market l of te
Bss ha arrived, uad we ave bee
Sased to the limit la4taul he
same la sape for the pat twe
Swe*ns, but we are saw ready or
tbe ruh. Our otre ha bese
crowded in the p pt bmre ahe
metehleom value we have always
liven our eausemen, ad we are
prepared to em do betetr than l
the pass on masy Itea. Oar Drea
Goode departaeat a better s*o
lctioe tha ever befour and the
pricW are the ltweet.


The ,Gilisi* 6r" he
Is the aout0 0 a .
Frw the pricest thas meverle
abova Ish te eal.

Owr ciethiag Sne

Son t"y s ad ar
polefanso arelet a mye S aiAd.

ft" aw brm i a* a 0 d
heitthi Lime EI Lale
nomwg a"d Jeed "&p"
sam ww oear Wel se lot.

FUNITUrK 0 0
ius" wv" a 6* bW w of 04
Dermnessw sod Nt no"966
wm ~ be swa m wM~eft TV a

0shew *sumMAN-ad mia
iSte, Reus -f-m" inwegol
uomm"we a sed Bat% da


PHIFUR~: 30 =no
r~~~? BRO""'7LS;:


Marriage of Two Former Young
OainesvoMl Peeple in Rome, Ga. n
The Bom* Tribune of recent date UN I
bears information of the martrigea of
MiN Elisabeth eynootd of Los An-
getes. Califonra, sad Horace Gidding; FULLJ INE OF
of Atlanta, .hish happy event oc.
eorred id'i Peter's Epiocopal Churcb NEW GO ) 1)s.
on the afteroon of October 14.
The eontaeting parties are well A t, tr
known hef, where they rpent their Alo t .
youth. Mr. Olddln is the son of the Molnnments, Tombstoner .
late Dr. and Mrs. OGddings, and for and Iron Fences.
thr peot two or three years has held a Se Our Samples
repoaeble posilon with the Armour
Puklalfgompany. The bride le the
daulbtraof Mr. sad Mrs. Roth ey- Ph o l na mt toI al auttters ib
oolds, who aieo rmded here for some t1his 011 Mll d telegraph orders
i@ie, Mr. Begjald holding a clerical prtrs u attmd t.
position with she United State land ai I Flon

The Tribone states that Mr. and Mrs.
Giddiap will make their future homeo
in Astea e. Their numerous friends
here wihb them much happiness in the
married state.

THE YELLOW FEVER.

Pensecola See0 the End-New Orleans
Continues to Gain.
Peoseole. Oat. 25.-Four new eases
and nodeathe today, wheih makes the
total number of eae 500 and the total
number of deaths 68. There are now THE
onqer treatment 60 ases.
The record yesterday was nie new
eses and one death. The authorities I tI *i O f
onionue cheerful, and insist that the (First corner South of P. )
end is In sight.
At Now Orleans. Fameos lmnentae l edar Key Oysters
New Orleans, Oat. 25 -One new case Drip CAWs Werl Iea0t1
and no deaths ras the record upto UUtoS
moon today. Yesterday there were 0PEN r A L TAI LATE
fear new sesl and two deaths. Total
deaths to date, 448.

Mr. Kennard's Freak. M iss I. ap to n.
Siael mentioning in The Sun the
freak In the nature of a two-bodied Gainesville Circulatin
and five leed eow, owned by G. T.
Kennard, several hundred people hart ...Library...
gom to the home of Mr. Kennard to
se this curiosity, and all have been a- Oly the Latest Peuar Fletam.
tounded ast he pecullarity of the
came.
Mr. Kenaard expects to take the sPECIAL s1UtO.aT TNa., lop
Iow to the State Fair at Tampa. It is per k; alowi. s8 ree hOable
e a lr Tk. meoa .mtmo
still I bhi posesslon, and is grasing ous over oe waBek witho rbeuwl.
pessefully aed perfectly conent on
is nare Ip Sooth Gainesville every
day. Thon who desire to "e, this
fresh befs. is departure for the Fair
ma sell within the nexs week. No
adblekb will be hearged, and the
plbile l weleomed,
(-Cleaulbes Is Ceokingr a ePomu
A Bowling Contest.
Thom was an laterestlas bowling Everything a Beason Cooked to Order.
oaete In this ityr Tonday* evening OYSTERS AND 8sEAKS
between teams eompoed of W. B. SpsetOoIsei
Hildoe, W. H. Hertel, Harry Denton, COFFEE the Best.
sad Dr. D. orrs. W. J. Deby sad PRICES REAGONABL.
B.5. Shefeld. The ootest was for RE
n oyter supper,.ad was a spirit WEST SIDE SQUARB,
M1s. se woe n Won stems s.


The rAe Iames resulted in a victory --
Iorl taem led by Mr. Higdo., tbe
gIeeal average being 94 .. agalet ON T
L by the team ed by Mr. lefeld.
The oomtes was attended by a largeip --
ammber of people laterested in bowl. ae &ouYr loved oewe poer ltaai
lag. DOeklpine were osed. A our, b ser ier o L
.... .. ty. Wet a S a L IAmS rO
geem Psne Cane. TRAIr. from Me or oaIas. sI -a"
The Howard boys. about eight miles iw anyp1kwSa teSS r
west of Olalmvlli, are Igod praetieal I yr o to so
far Ma, and have the mot deelrable JAE F.MI,
losatoeis i that Seetoe, the lard be. r I % Mwr emIU
lag of a r WelIlag career. Is oa mell Lm e s min
area, however. there to a ie tret of e asr Imm eWr-L
be ad aps thi treat they d ... b..b.. 1 .
ave posibly the m ea ee eop i -__
the ematy, the pla grwia swele -
to feeuem fit gh. Tho* post
plasItes same la ed to fors iah hi aIUlHM O
dred smalk of eaws for exhblmima I a
the Alaeba emasty exhibit at the smL IAUSCK, FL.
utos Fair.
Am eIe@ P. O. L PWNlee1 ou Hmtf4 04 Plsf
The regar eting ef GolaeevUl as aee

ts the Magk eR on k am smm mNowupinga-m
Ilehtean beadhe* .1 bmm Is d.-l __
elasese. The w61 be W Ee. a t

A M Ore-tmAm. 16*0*Mftry. At ^ Ask-
1. K reuu, Smromr.
Se mry maMles or nmue m ol6 ald
la-- ea"I.MeeMa ak me. n MISS Tebeau's

a W Bo ard ng m.
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)L XXV. NO. 6 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, O('TOBER '(. 19):


:NT SPENDS


DAY IN ALABAMA


isits Several Cities and Do
livers Many Speeches.

RMINGHAM AWAITS HIS COMING

elt Recelve- Royal Welcome In
Alabama-Unique Entertainment for
Him at Tuskegee-Leave Brming.
ham for Little Rock, Ark.
nontgmery, Ala., Oct. 25.--khen
president left here tiis morning to
emtinue his journey through tae state
a busy day confronted him. His pro-
for the day Included a visit to
Tu the home of the famous In
atUate for negroes, a return trip to
.Montgomery and a visit to Birmingham,
at all of which places speeches are to
he made.
The presidential train, which arrived
Iete at midnight last night, had been
ordered side-tracked In th country
sear t4r city until 7 o'clock this morn.
Itl, when the tart was to be made for
Tuskeigee.
The president was enabled to obtain
ma uninterrupted sleep which freshen-
ed him for the work saead. His train
.1s scheduled to arrive at Turke*ee at
'hal past eight o'clock. There two
.bours will be spent and the president
will make two addresse--on ln the
!town and the other at the Tsakegee
Institute, a mile and a half away.
President Booker T. Washlngton, of
the institute, will lntrodu Presldent
Rooeevelt Teo retera i Mont-
somery will be then ma44. press.
.dent's train is scheduled to returnherg
a..t oon.
VWen he reaohea the city the preal-
4d1t will be escorted to the Mate cap-
MWl, where he will be weloomed by
:te mayor and governor, after which
Je will make an address to the people.
Jaborate preparatloan for his enter.
:ttament have been made.
Two hours will be spent here, after
*WIMch the president will continue his
)Mrney to Birmingham, which place
.is train is scheduled to reach at 5
lockok this afternoon. Two hours are
'te.be spent In that lanustrial oeatre,
dairtn which the president will make
.M addrs to the people and later via.
SI tse tate fair, where another speech
Ij to be delivered. At 6:45 o'clock
this evening the president's train will
leave Brmlngham for IttU Rock
.Arkaaa. ,


Welcome at Tuskeoe.
Tuakege, Ala., Oct. i.-Prelidest
Sloevelt arrived nl Taukeee at 8:34
cO4dck thiM morning. this trat beta
** time.
The city was beautifully decorated.
surber of art.es, the fouadatios
whtch were made of bates of cotto
uW* elected and covered with beat
The platform from white the pre
Speke tWM made from 63.09
Ol eotu la oretsal hal es Tbe
was et at his trala by a Ir
a mittea., amo whom were
0- . lwis ad Dr. Jokb Ma

Mme. faetod by
40MoMf 4 aoe militoM. t0e prs

ups sseHm d a typal. motthrt
A Coftob had eamM tfwpaste
Ie lgl mse mad tw i e athmer a
= ,".I cam p l eack ea -

b amlI h the psl a Ima. evmi
olkeve atOest w *eS uewn r 4ed
,0 9 Sel,
The president wee greeted at the
45ep smai gby sudsao of1
6 S SAI aa MkJsg seams talC r
m P 0-s8 ersddrnS bee' was a
ot e" u s had ae mOM laea he is
4ar 't N pw MWrmal sead r
-r seet.


he-
-Mlm n o ~g'sa maumeow ftcaaa
-MMOIn, vu is wted to mo
bw at4:0 edoelhLatim matw
-~~~ ~ .-w, he
mo m I S:b a 66 w as'
-no ady a tswap memo
qmaft t ae em- mm amsob e


at the union passenger station, where
Mayor George B. Ward will make a
short welcome s'eecc. on behalf of tht
municipality. and will present the press
Idelit with a ilandwome bidge of gol
and satin con;memorative of his vlsit
The party will t;en take carriages ani
move uip Twentieth street to Capita
park. the president being escorted, by
nurmerousi military and civic bodtlle
from all over north Alabama.
At the park he will be formally wel
coined and Introduced by General Ru
fus N. Rnodes, editor of the Birming
ham News. Here the president wil
priak, after which Miss Sophla Wit
ticnen. grand niece of Admira:
9Smnies, of confederate fame, will pre
snnt hinm with a souvenir confederate
badge on behalf of Camp Hardee, U
C. V.
Hurr)lng from Capltal park to lth
state fair grounds, 3 miles away, the
president will make a second speech,
being introduced by Thomas H. Molten
president of the Birmingham Commer.
cEal club. From the fair grounds the
party will return to the city and tht
president will leave for Little Rock,
Ark.

TO BE CHANGES IN THE CABINET.

It Is Rumored that Several Members
Will Shortly Resign.
QChcago. Oct. 23.--A dispatch to the
Triune from W\Va'ington. D. C., says
that after the renltrn of PYsiddnt
Ito~Eevelt io Waunilluton from his
soumihern tour, t.ere will be a renewal
of rumors regarding impending
cl:angs in the cabinet. und within six
'wothd or so, after the re-opening of
congre ,. it sl more than likely that
the coinipltxlon of the cabinet will b.
tompiletly changed.
This does not mean that every one
of the present cabinet of ministers It
to go out, but there will be two or
three new members and probably three
radical chbages In position before the
cluoe of the current fiscal year.
secretary a6&w is to go eat af the
cabielt of his own motion as a prellm.
Inary to his fornua entry Into the pre.
Idential race. The vacancy of the
head of the LUnl(ld States treasury Je-
purment will be filled according to tre
prtLnt outlook Iy the transfer or
Postnmater Gen'ral Cortelyou. Attor,
ney Genural Moody has been expecting
to go out for some time. He remnulis
at the head of the department of jul
twice 1.*'i.S ly. if not entirely, thin he
may cr;ry on the prosmcution of tlih
twef trust caarm. lls plaoe proba,
bly w1ll mb fll!e.l by Oharles J. Hon.a
part,-. the wtrsentl 8cretary of the
na vy.
iTl turn will create another vacta.
cy and the new bead of the navy. ac-
oordlag to the present slate, wil bw
G erg* Voo L Meyer, the present am.
bassador to St. Petersburg.

CANNOT LOCATE COMPTROLLER.


The Man Who Examined Pittbtur
Benk Ia Misling.
Plttbrir eOct .S.- Renewed later
et Is btinx manifested in jterprta-
Natil:ral bank aflfir by the report
that William it. Itidgely. eomptrollr of
the currny is ina this city but all ef
orta to lcat hia Ie bees- --ses
crsd!:.
Ilank ktAniltno (CasTwaham. ree-!v
er o fthe Iterprl bea sIMatu si-
lent regarding tIh basLk' allrir. aad
eomp.tlsally de 4mO that he s adr&
auy of the cerrAflila satements thl
bave bn eredted t his. He ram
rated that b report whee Salashet.
will be met to wasdiastos
A mseeis l of the dlwreetar o the
adrd BaIdiag ad LUoa aseor'
tame Xoi 1 04 2. f whies tle s c
dhse ( ller wa tremrv and a
reaor. as. ba0 eald le for eaoram
The dUrecrs my a barred i s rpe"A
f the booa line the sawomeaS toae

i feW s gs w Met s y*Neeri.
clhie t-' ts .-Appreai> *ant
V*1m bem rS M. rtI art frerme
et ra des thitas y age
AR n 011. 4a1e n1 *a tao.e
I her borne to a Ibap ytal d




1'b *, Hj 14 Mas wiOeW

weeI nm** mea s a as -
**s YiiBB -^^^ mP^mlRi


COTTON CROP IS

SHORT THS YEAR

Only About Two-Th rds of the
Output of Year 1904.

SHORTER THAN WAS EXPECTED

When Report Was Read on New York
Cotton Exchange There Was a Flurry
of Excitement, and the Staple Ad.
vanced 60 Points in Twenty Minutes.
Special to The tsllrustville Bun:
VWalington, OJt. ak --The' United
States governmentt report o(i ninoutnt
of cotton rinned of the growth of 105,
which was published Tuesday. show
4.940,728 hales, eoultlon round hale's
as half bales, as* compared wi li 6.417,.
894 bales for the same perii ci ecdling
October 18, 1904. This eI half a mil.
I'on short of what was eXlp'ctd, and
when the ipirt was read ont the New
York Cotton Exchalge, wild excite-
ment prevailed, and the ptI(' of Jan-
nary cotton advanced $2.6, pir bale
within twenty minutes.
Crop estimates now place the erupn
of 190-06 in the neighborhoil of 10,-
000I.t) bales, Iagainsls 1 4,)(t Ilbale
the previous year.

ALACHUA NEWS.

Cotton Growers' Meeting-Weddings
to Take Piece-Other Locals.
Alsehos. Oct. I .-onvitations are
out annouuning the marriage of Miss
Kate Dell to Mr. J. R. Jouns, at the
home of the bride's parts at Trailer,
on Sunday, Oet. ith, at :el80 p. m.
This noople are metaboer of two of the
best families in the ooonty, and are
reeriving ste eesgntolatious of thelr
ians friends.
Mr. O. J. Ellis and Miss Lels Moore
were united In marriage at this place
SBoday morolngl a 10 o'lkhk, Rev. H.
F. Maso ofteiatngi. Quie a number
of friends oad acquaintancee were
present as the marriage and estendted
bet wishes for a long and happy life.
E. E. Bell has sold his residc e. to
R. M. Look, agent for the A ('. I
Raillwy at this plaee.
Mis Mainne Lee. after spending er-
eral days here has returned to Waldo.
F E. Golan. who has been at fleld-
win for some time, is ai the eity to re-
leve B. W. Oatoat the J. A .W
depot. Mr. Ca(n will take a needed
vacation.
Rev B. F. Maon preached at the
Baptist obureh uonday alsgh. liIa
subject, "Th, One keligtoe," was skil.
folly handled and greatly enjnyrd by
all preat.
"Teddy Roolevelt" BIlop, a flae
boy, ha arrived at the beme of IDr.
aLd MrY J. C. hishop.
Work oa the Powell and ('loud
bollding ti nearing eompletion Two
moe handsome brick tore will be


buillat as m early dale.
J. S. Fagan retornd to Live Oak
Monday. whebe he Is esasI ad in work-
lag Is She IWatrw of the Mutual Life
Iduirtol Asoelslos.
Ses 2. Beas. the Chu" ely ed-
"I ofTheo sibeevIlle am. was with
so e0e tsme lUsw .I"b
r"e leadeb o w. V LIsbIsad am
glad 10 0him out Sola after a does

men" Powell is eI alag oga sIty
lowssmW *lbqp twood am ow spueet
we Isd wOp da.d If t so "Or b
howd. sa n.mis sGo hmb bA ,.
W.A.nm was va h bodo
t is vl6sum m lIsey
23 O.ImbLofts*me Jalb@OlUe so
me8 Ase 6ulm" Saed*.
As mwohn Mea. a lMi&No **me
Ie demoha. emoed a Nommobom as
owshe boel omes VgUI. fmsau6o
used SU t hG etMy b. mbeitg al.
ho to hso .
aft MO o3vams ho cs" se o

a" 'w" am 'ood 00Wghe

Um LIIIICa" 60 10 PS0eenedf

a ""plray" ho mosmo Iftm
Wemtoplu0u


from E. J. Byer Satulday, but was
promptly caught and taken before Jus-
tice Caswell, who place 1 a line o t$1
and cost,, amouiuting to $0 6)
(Carlyle Dipuis of l1ln.d ohas entered
school here.
II. M. Willinams, who is express ii me'
seiiger on the run between Lake City
and Ft. White, is home on a short va-
tiiion.
(ta n Filand of Georgia is here with
a carload of mules. lie cones to .\la.
clhua with hores and mules each fall
a1 d enjoy- a good trade.
Mr. sld Mrs. W.C. Rh. es lannoltle
the marriage of their daughter,Tirizxe,
to Mr. 8. J. Ells, on Sunday, Novem-
ber 12th, at 12 u'clook noon. at the
First MethoJist Church, Alachua
Thtey will make their hoine at Jasper,
.\ mss ametitlug of the lobng cotton
growers of Florida and (Ooriia will be
held at Alahua on Thursday, Nov.
dJ. 1906, for the purposes of urganiing
c long cotton growers' association.
Prominent speakers will be on hand
and a grand barbecue will help enter-
tain visitors. ll parties ititerested
are cordially invited to aterer l


MICANOPY NEWS NOTES.


Live Local and Personal Items From
That Place Briefly Told.
Mieanopy, Oct. 24 --(. I. Feaster
went to Jauksonville to sew President
Roosevelt.
Mrs. C. E Melton and children have
returned home aftar spending two
months at Ellijay. (ia.
J. R Allison of Abbelhlll. (is, is
here visiting his son-lu.lu, rC. E. Mel-
ton.
Mrs. N. B Mptt has returned home
after spending a month visiting friends
at Banta Fe and 111ih iSpring. Mise
Mott, sister of our ffllow.townsman,
eaie with her.
Mrs. 0. L. Feaster went to iGalnes-
ville yesterday.
John V. Denton, of the frm of J V.
Denton A Co., New York City, i#ln
town Sreeting his old friends.
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Me(-iff returned
home from aines*vlll yesterday af.
ternoon
)r. W. C Johnson has R ,pe toI Ialtil
morre for a few months' reoretolun,
sad to take a post-gra ia ste course in
his profession.
Mayor J . rater went to Jsakeoso
rill lIst week.
J 0( Pease has gorm' off to a butl.
nes trip.
Mr. J. H. Molatt aod hbildrn have
moved to lamps. Prof. Mofatt is
prinelpal of the Tampa High lebool.
We are sorry to loe this litereetlag
family.
Mrs Bri will eaotlaue to r n the
('arolila Hosea on the shami hilh plaoe
as heretofore. She i perfeealy lamll
Iar mil the wants of the lavellal
peblie. and will so doubt look aftw
their comfort
A (4hltty of Jekhaoeille ei on a
viest to speed a few days with hst per.


Mr. aod Me. J. J. Barr, Mrs. II I,.
Mosagmery, Ms. I). W. Temthik
sad ethem wes Os (alaeevUle day.
Itv. 3. A. OraO presed two ped
i e I"s t he Methdiss eobuh here
yarseday.
Ma. J A. Edwardb ka retired
heal after epemdil a l .k as ( hlewo
gillk.
r. OppreU west home lWoteda t
peWid awhile with his family asI P*
as Hail.
IRe. MelOloeWr want to Jokss.
Tills today.
W M. Oes of Melaso&a we me ew

A ewui Oote- --t


Tbem wed eso sse tagl boWN
o wn tbhsis s tar Tsdy eqiwmb
1664".. cams eof W. 5.
k~~,..W. HamIel, ma rny fi.
OW Wu. D. iL arssIV. J iDo*"ia
5& 1. ..M .Thoe mewsma Ow h
as speoet suppr, m ooa spilto
a*. all peems passe 664"ego"heal.

TheP0e .mol~m aw is a via"
brsheMdM 4 by Mu. 8406 t1o
11 11111webe*#N 54 soft
4wmw InSr obywc Mu M

mes@"ed- to


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR



SOCIETY LEADER IS


ARRESTED FOR THEFT


Police Unravel a Long Stand
iug anti Baffliig Mystery.

ACCUSED MAK S A CONFESSION

While He Had 3ten Posing as a Socl.
ety Man and Was Holding a Lucra
tive Poeition, He Would Enter Resl.
dences at Night and Rob Them.
M i e tolel i, N y Y I<( ) '- I') tho
collit s*'Ul o0 ("'.1titr i It' It il 4. lt Ia If
11.1) ly g (, 1114' lt r ,ll t, ll'l oll f
hI.I3M o t14rI ie(' le'er.l Mil|>< lii tIl' let t ef

a gI ti i) Sllll a ipll'('l C t ui r p .lI*' I )ys5'
te 1 h) u e ElIn i'ltd.
Acc'oidligS o I t ll' olilc' he' n.linitle'd
to i i''nli hatl hel .iailtd nihdjil ill oi ILhe
ItI'e' '. de t A t IeI It I> lti t Inlli h 'ity,
lI.ill'q l h \t C i i t I t n1 liic< lu th( e last
few II uniitI..
Iltion Jollugllt.li r'nlllllili'l til t poll'e
thitn hn' illlll4i f I n111t il ,'l I tiIl hlue
andlt cry ion'l Iulhti i It \'e- e'kle t0g
%li. n a bll' iit~lr % <%a chi:t dl out of the
rehibllnclr(' o F I' H ('aill'n a wealthy
111UII(tl lit tl lit pol> llr ,,r, (OS<
oIIIll he sodtat hi' ipoite wore' close
onl lihei lai ore he' got oilt tf tlie houiwe
aitql [i,.it lie ran ashl ui l ofi ti n l l l alttit-
Ing : "Stup thief! "Ca('tch tihat mllan!
lhia rnoe' worked so wvll that ItMoo re.
Sorlit to II a fI'w nlantl luntlr when
he hal forced his way into the home
of J L. 'Pendleton andi frim which he
was frigliti nrd by an itlrini.
I oM Is ,vgarded as a niodern social
hlbgwaymnan. IHe druw a large' salary
as superlntendwlt of thu big transit
cfworpratlo and lived Il good style ea
one of the principal street of the city.
lie was popular In society and dressd.
In tnin latest Inshlon lie was aplai
ently one of the busieMl nien in
town and he was serilungly aa ex
play man of buslown s.
A search of (Ioos' nne apartment rM.
rValed valuable plunder for whl(ht the
pole hmve long be.'n looking and
wtlch, i istu alleged, hal betn taken
from piromlinent af artment stores and
private relilne.rs ('olnfronleI witn
the stguets, Ruoo. t1 I. said, conflescli.

Woman Arrested for Abducting Olrl.
New ohlk. ')ct. l -In rerspoins to
an appeal made by Willllam II AiAnted.
a wealthy publlshur of this riiy for as
melluace la reIuveringl h t IN larobil
Jaaislter, Mabelle,, oiffllci yesterday
sorehbd the hotau of hlri Jeslle K.
Oralf. Pallitng to lind llhe girl, they
arrested Mirs ral-f on a tIc'whial
charge. Mrs Orarwfe is a daughter
of the lat I nilt'4J 14ti4 Judgl. Mel
tosa, of (lorsll. Matwelle has bee
laleem Irolu htr Lfathr's home& aI
Whit I'Plaitr I:,;'.r (cnt lA Alasted
allegsw that Mlr i;rara*-fc ha a pow
*rful influi'cerr. liulivr i olf bhpaot
itls, olt his datilghirr pobth Mrs.
Oras4,e anI Mir Ainsted may that mIau
tllht would I,' 'hriewn os the cae to
day when Mrs iradfse whI appear 1
court fur eS' tliaailon


C400MO Makes Gooad Ad~vance-
eWo Orlesas. tct, s.-ju.rpueWu
O"Oa of 44 Ammelrse polato lighe
ft Rer PPbOsa sad Le ropmrt t tb
Matinal Ulamers, Amonialum eomi0
0 toThe elfct that tawre ba& been
~SeNDOW P t0 the i416 of this moetb
4843,W bale of I' ffm rn rsu l wonrt
Uuk"9W hsloe IsaL p ar, caued the as.
lIut btwo p"Itloss Innt ls e't tn mwar.

Ibofeal Utanerl s...'ciauesoa etsme
a" "4p pw tat e fib* rfop ba" be
mks@" t goIso t,1t11'k sa as twIo
lo a a $Ml trrip for The sea"Uof
Ol ANAW Ptol.. thu *hbons wete
plt s WWe1wole*ar-6 of t64 meewis.
Pu 93mb theyh uAte OI@ mte0 01#u1,
pihee ep pasrt eel dars er a4Ald
i *o 0at I tratI Ig


Sm U.,M.W feOeO ve',.e'

loft" Q MP 16". (la
lee toI tee *er~~tr tled Ikis. ea
on" ~w.''ey..d Pe~10"e
SCa4. *%Ma"pa.- gtl MO" &*I
ft 1MMOMW em p I R I of A i
bosom" W.), uogbles- t"aw
Ambe wIFI aini A e W* Uind14
am eOOMI"n
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2 THE GAINESfY 8E SUN: OCTOBER 26. 1905
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MR. STUCKEY ON

RAILROAD MATTERS
---a--
First Vice-President G. & G. Has
Confidence in Extension.

WILL OPEN A FINE COUNTRY

The Extension Means a Big Thing in
the Development of That Section of
Florida, Where the Land is Fertile
and Timber Grows Abundantly.


Among the prominent visitors to thiu
city within the past dsy or two wai
A. P. Stuckey of Ocala, first vice
president of the Gainesville & Gul
Railway, who came to consult wit)
other ofleers in railroad matters-al
least matters concerning the Gaines
Ville & Gulf.
It will be remembered that several
weeks ago a survey of the territory
from Fairfield to points suth to Tam.
pa was ordered by the new manage.
ment of the Oaloesville & Gulf, with i
view to pushing the road as rapidly ea
possible to Its southern terminus. It
was estimated that this survey would
be completed the entire distance in
tweaty days, but there seemed to have
been some hitch or misunderstanding,
a the surveying eorpe hra Jolt reached
hren, a considerable distance from
the objective point. They are ex-
pected, however, to complete this sur-
vey after a while.
"We still have confidence in the fu.
u re of the Galansville & Golf and the
i territory which the extension erm.
S brakes," remarked Mr. Stuekey, who
was among the leading promoters of
the project. "We know that the ex.
tension of the Gaiaesville & Gulf will
open one of the finest and most fertile
S setions in Florida, to say nothing of
the wonderful development in naval
stores and lumber, and we are per-
S eetly eatisled with the prospects."
Thirty miles of slity-pouod teel
rail are expected toerriveat any time.
SO aeeount of the delay in pehbing
S the asrvey the work of cutting right.
of-way has not yet began, but a force
of workmen will be employed in a
short time. By the time this Iron has
S bee received It sl expected that the
roadbed will be In position for the lay-
ag traeek.
THE ODD FELLOWS' HOME.
The National (dd Follows' Sanitarium
to Open November let.
Arrangements are being perfected
for the opelnng of the National Odd
Fellows' Sanitarium of Florida, in thib
city, om November lit, for the recep.
tion of the members of this noble order
from all portions of the United States
Nad Canada, who come here n search
for the health for whieh Florida, and
eepeeially the city of (iaineeville, is
noted.
To those who are not familiar with
this oble institution and its object, we
will tate that It is a 8tate institution
where the members of the order, rich
or poor, ean come and have a comfort.
S able home at as moderate a price ua
poeelble
Mrs. B. Hoover of Illinaois, a c-.
terer of ample experienee, has been
I s- oered and people from the North
will fned the culinary department a
Ifatne to their liking this winter.
The hospital department will be In
charge of Mim May Lee. a trained
Iar of Chattanooga. Ten and this
Sbrach will be maintained up to it
former hikh standard
There is no floer or more eonvenient
ploe for the invalid to recuperate at
tha this beautiful spot. and with the
health of (Jineville and the climate
of Florda. it It a haves for those who
ome bouth to spend the winter.
If tlO Baby t Outtsg Teeth
Bere sad o-mthat old and well-
tried rsoedy, Mrs. Winlow's Sooth.
tag Syrp. for ohildrn teethiag It
soothee the ohild. eofe the umsar,
allr aUl paets, sru wtnd eolie and re
-o btet ree od for dirrhoea. Twra.
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HAD TO HIDE IT


A mother wrote us recently
:hat she had to keep Scott's
Emulsion under lock and key
--her children used to drink
it whenever her back was
turned. Strange that children
shouldd like something that is
so good for them. It's usu-
ally the other way. Scott's
'Emulsion makes children'
comfortable, makes them fat
and rosy-cheeked. Perhaps
that's why they like it so
much-they know it makes
them feel good.
We'll send you a Unaple, free
'COTT a DOWNr, so Pearl Suret, New York.

IN THE MAYOR'S COURT.
Four Offendr Stood Up for Munici.
pal Prescription.


In the words of the typical Floridlan
the mayor's court recently was "toler.
ably ioteresting," there being four viel
time before the municipal tribunal.
If there is any one thing in the world
More tempting to the average darkey
than a yellow-legged chicken, It is the
Irresistible sugar cane. Thoee people
are as happy during the eaoe season as
a fly in a sugir barrel, if they have the
price of Imbibing in that delicious
pastime of obewiug cane.
James Holtoq had a stalk of cane-the
fne, sweet, july kind. He wase noted
oa the top of aa empty barrel enjoying
his possession, when Thoe. Greea, with
the oomplexlon of a late fall pumpkin,
approached him.
"'Gmme piece er dst cane," demand.
ed Green.
"I ain't wine se" gib yer no cane,"
responded Helton.
"Gimme de Jints," appealed the
pumpkin-coloted aggressor.
"Dere ain't wine ter be no jinLt,"
replied the man on the barrel, "an' if
yer fool wid me I'll gib yeride butt ob-
er de hod."
"Yer can't do it, yer pesky, snuff-
colled rasal," replied Green. But at
the &ne time Heltom did attempt to
do it. so It is said, with the result that
he was arrested for fighting, and was
ford $2 50 and coots. For "butting In"
Oreen had to pay the freight )n the
sumqpf$1 sad costs.
James Molntyre, drunk, $2 80 and
eots, and Ed Sparks, obstructing the
street with a vehicle, let off with the
eosts, were the other oasee disposed of.
STAT or OnIo, CITY or TOLI>O, a
LuCAS OouNvTY.
Frank J. Oheoey makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
(beoey Oo., doing beinem in the
Oity of Toledo, eoonty and State afore-
said, amd that said firm will pay the
sum of One Huaded Dollars for each
and every ass of atarr that asnoo
be eured by theo us of Hall' Oaaarrh
Core FRAxx J. OauXrT.
8rors to before me and subserlbed
in my present,. this lth dy of Deo"-
ber, A. D. 188. A. W. UasMs,
(MItAL) Notar PobMe.
Hall's Catarrh Cour to eIae6 later-
sally, and nae directly o the blood
BI.d mucous murfaoee of the system.
Send for testimonial, free.
V J. Cuamt A Co Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, Te.
Take Hall's Family Pills for oonsti.
patos,.
MELROSE MITES.
Business, School and Personal Items
of Interest.


Melrose, Oct S.-At the recent
quarterly conference held at Windeor
all the ofBors of the Windsor M. I.
Church were re-eleted
Prof Rogers is expected to open the
Melhroe ehool on November 6. TL e
school lot is being much improved by
a substantal wir ffew".
A very One metoor wa observed
Frdsy night about8a00o'losek. Its
movement was n fr, east t wsM.
Mtr Caro of Vieasn, s( is the
guess of P M Y1 erwood.
J Page of Abea v. IC.. hae tah-
n charge of the sawmill at s arletOs
b luoagag to the Melroe Mauatn ret
Ing Company
Don't be Impinee UMpn.
Foley A ko,. Cahtp. oeriimsod
lomey and Tar as a threat and li
remedy. nd ea ee eat of tihe oea
merit ad popetarily of Ptoy HoMs
bad Tar ma y mitaeUoie are on ed
for the gemetne. The e wenthlenIm in
tateom hsave stiler eseeedlag me.
It ware of them u The gel Pok gN
Howly and Tar t istn iag te.
As f t t be d ecl --M I-
eled J. W. NlMO&naMi-


ARCHER ANELECOT.


A Bunch of Newsy Paragraphs Regard-
SIng People hd Things.
Amber, Oct. 24.-Hodgfon & Wood
have built quite an addition to their
tore-room. Miss McOredie of Micano-
py ha asecepted a position with them.
Lumber is on the ground for an ad-
dition to the warehouse of 0. W. Baok-
night.
Major Samnel DePas left last week
for Dalls, Texas, and Memphis, Tenn.,
his former homes.
Mirs Ida Chambln returned home
on Friday, after spending the summer
in Atlanta, Ga., and Woodruff, N. O.
A. JMllier has sold his hotel privi-
lege near the depot to C. O. Collins,
who will In future ran the house. Mr.
Miller has left for his old home in
Georgia.
Edd Stewart nod mother, Mrs. J. T.
Stewart, delighted their many friends
by arriving here Ist Sunday. Mrs.
Stewart i stopping at tbhe Magnolia
Hotel, while Edd basengaged in busll
ness at Newberry.
Jas. Darea, who was Lken slok in
Jacksonville while attending school,
and was brought home by his father, is
well again.
Dr. B. F. Julian, who has been quite
slek, is better.
Dr. Davis is here doing some dental
work.
Notice of the death of James Sootton
was reeieved in Amber this week. It
oeeorred at his home na Kokomo, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Sootton were regular
winter vislors here, having a pretty
home.
Mrs. L. T. Stewart, sister of 0. L.
Taylor and Mrs. J. E. Wells, left on
Wednesday for Oalifornia to look after
her rialag lasterests.
Archer was represented in Jaek.
sonville on Saturday to the President.
Saved His Life.
J. W. Davenport,Wingo, Ky., writes,
June 14, 1902: "I want to tell yoo I
believe Ballard's Snow Linlment saved
my life. I was under the treatment of
two doctors, and they told me one of
my lung was entirely gone, and the
other badly affected. I also had a lump
on my side. I don't think that I could
have lived over two months longer. I
was indued by a friend to try Ballard's
Boow Liniment. The frst application
gave me great relief; two fifty sent
bottles oered me sound and well. Is is
a wonderful medicine and I recommend
it to suffering humanity." gold by W.


M. Johnsoo.
Fairl Fairl I Fairl II
Fair notice is hereby given to exhib-
itors. The train for cow and borne
will leave Gainesville Saturday, No.
ember I)th Hog.* sheep, goars and
calvee (i cerates only) can be ent from
the earet station to the exhibitor.
Turkeys, geee, ducks and ahiekens,
and all aulmals not weighing when
rated over lO pound*, can be ent by
express, and must be shipped not later
than Monday, November 18th. Cane.
potted plants and perishable things
must also be sent not laser than Mos.
day, November 18th. Every Distriet
Conminieoer has been sent a supply
of shipping tags, and so other san be
seed aeordiag to direetlone of the
President of the Fair Ameeootloo. On
boxes, barrels and ermes ue two Wag,
se* with black priat op, sad one wih
red print up. Task o aseurely. If
you wish to sell your exhibits In Tam.
pa, state your price In the emall eqare
on all red letter ide of ta. aad if I
can fod a parehaser I will help you to
sell.
If yoe want more a write me ast
ones. Cot thief oetad refer to it of.
tea. Yoen trly,
Jonu W. Tuaca Mgr. Ete.
(ltnestvlle, Opt. 21, UO.
A Onr.
This toe to ratify that all dreggite
are aethoviaed to nfned year meney
if Fot*oy' o Bey d T a fls to sere
pear enos or eld. It, epe th
eetgh. beab the leap and pmnet
Serton reou l from e)- Oem h
gppe e 000and peesemas pse.
ala sd Iempem. s1ai s
opiates. The st** is to a U
Refine -- bft"ui
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Boarding aw

Day Sebool
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OPERATIONS


AVOIBIb


Two Grateful Letters from Women Who Avoided
Serious Operations.-Many Women Srft ingt
from Like Conditions Will Be Interested.


When a physician tells woman, ouf-. mrtng ow Lydia k E. LnkLVI4iL,
fearing from ovarian or womb trouble. Compound had saved other wO from
that a operation is necessary it, of sos operations I decided to try. 1 d in
ous, frightens her. Ilens than four months I WM t mr=dyB emd;
ooaree, frightens her. and words fall to expres my thtullk "
The very thought of the operating M wrds fail toexpre
table and the knife strikes trror to Miss Margret Merkley of 31 8d
er heart. As one woman expressed Street, Milwaukee, Wis., writs:
it, when told by her physician that she Dear Mr. rPnkham:-
mut undergo an operation, she felt "Um otr- n g* -- --
that her death knell had sounded. smvers o aiens through 6t aJ
Ou hospitals are full of women =t dbiPio4 on0 omp to Musk
who are there for ovarian or womb medical advi. The doctor after k
operations! an examination, maid thatIhh oveari ee
It is quite true that these troubles and uleration, and adsd a
may reach a tae where an operation ya Mdedhope. sTothLsort ft
--ri I decided as a lot reor
is the only resource, but such cases are Pinkham's Vetetable Comp
much rarer than is generally supposed, "To my surprise the uloration beaie, al
because a great many women have thebsad symptoms disappeaurd,and meoe
been cured by Lydia E. Pinkbam's more strong, vigorous and well; ad I am
Vegetable Compound after the doctors not express my thanks for what it bw dom
had said an operation must be per- forme."
formed. In fact, up to the point where Ovarian and womb troubles are
the knife mustbe used to secure instant steadily on the Increase among women
relief, this medicine is certain to help. --na before submitting to an opert
The strongest and most grateful tion every woman should try Lydi B.
statements poeaibl to make come from Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, aId
women wh*b ng Lydia E. Pink- write Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, MA
ham's Vegetable Compound, have oradvice.
eesped serious operations. 36r thity years Lydia E. Pn1rkham'
Margrite Ran, Treasurer of t. Vegetable Compound has been a-rlag
Andrew's Society, Indanapolls, Ind., the wort form of female oomplaots
writes of her cure as follows: all ovarian trouble., infldmdiu m l
aeration, falling and displaceamet al
D"em M id to Pthanks the womb, leucorrhea, irrgulrt-
ifors the god oLydir apsmy s b b indigestion and nervouspreStsa
nr t dM Thg La _L mViabo Any woman who could read the
__ --- am. r. *b vI -- M si ad AA
Omt pa Wdi Il bad owLoa for grateful letters on file in Mrs.
o ai d -al T~ b. I oulw I o d ham' office would be conviased of
notiateeWfiata aamnm p r d imade effciency of her advice and Lydia
ap my mind I wold be aa hvaLd t r life. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Al rP f--t Ari-A e krt I- a W-a J

THE YELLOW FEVER. new eases yesterday and no deaths.
Only one new case was reported up to
Both Pensacola and New Orleans Have noon today.
Bright Outlook.Mo - r
Mothers
Penaseola. Oct. 24.-All the pat ient Who would keep their children in
today are in good condition and there good health shonid watch for the fire
were only two new eases and one symptoms of worms, and remove thep
death up to noon. Yesterday there with White's Cream Vermifuge. Is is
were seven new eases and one death. the children's best tonic. It ge d-
At New Orleans. Restion at work so that their food dose
SO, Oa. s them good, and they grow up bhelthy
New Orleans, Oct. 24 -Only four and strong. Sold by W. M. Jobason.
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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER 26, 1905


S FROM ALL 1 NEW ARRIVALS.
SLainesville's Advantages Are Recog-
PAR OF FLnid and Apprected Everwhere.
*LGainear vllp is Irowil. a t i I ,
A gr(rwinr g ubliittiitially. The dl'.-
f Happenings From Varioullional Aid ,thr advantage-s o,. I,
Sections of State. Do you like your thin, rorgh, "'h' N,> .rp- iwmpin' to "''.. '..
evii-ry iti o i theUnrlt -
short ha;r? Of course you d t*^^ il1l >* hr Unldtl :-
short har? Of our yU ecially those who have chil- fir
TMHE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS don't. Do you like thick, oiy or contyinthe lte ,,,, tT.r
heavy, smooth hair? Of ette,,-d .,..tIaual iliu.I'm*- .lii
Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers." course you do. Then why Gainesville htod 4 IteChus co'lnt
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the V oAmong the lie-t arrival wl ,h Iv.
Busy Reader-items of Interest to oi V ci.e tu ilke the-ir hom h.ert .r,-Nlr.
All Classes. and Mis. K Dale Gilmore H.I two
daughters of 'Phladelphia, l,, liIr
Citra people claim they have a good not pleased? Ayer's Hair rented the home, 705 North lcniv-r
openiA for a livery stable. Vigor makes beautiful heads sityl street, until they can p,,t rt- a
David L. Palmer of Madison has had of hair, that's the whole house of their own.
patented a comb nrd stalk puller and story. Sold for 00 years. Mr. Gilmore, who is an ex i'ellent
better. I hves sed Ayer'*i inr tfr a Inrll gentleman with a flee fanil', ws
time. It i. Ind*d, a ew l I borl totfi..
Tbanksgiving Day, November 30th, reoIrtsi blto tht eatr i~ goad.s.. greatly impr messed with Gainesvile. cn
h same lime, provial a ipto*ee drllne r."
w;ll be Brown Day at the State Fair at Da. W. w.lT A 11, lad r accouit of the educational alid re li-
Tampa. | .i le e<. m.a ci.. ious advantages here, and. iln iiemch
'Is s he desired to brine his family to the
After January 2, 1906, the carpentersA. irt for m a" ahedesred to bring his family tthe
of West Palm Beach will demand an | Ik H e Soth, he declares he could not find a
-hour da. W ea air more enlightened and refin-ie pl 'e
than a city that boasted o' good
The Presbyterian church at Eustis schools and good churches
bas been greatly improved in the in. ---- -- Te people of Gainesville atll ~cI.
terror appearance. the flirt shot in the rearst union fight, come this family, and trust thiey wIll
The property owners of Live Oak whes Charley Potter was killed and be well pleased,
moss build sidewalks within 30days or B ,b Hardaker was wounded. John Veer, an elderly gentl..lmi of
the eity will do it for them. An effort will be made to organisie a Chicago, is also a late arriven Mr,
The depot at Dunnellon is in such Southern Mlnicipal League at Tatirpa Weer spent last winter here Hatil wa
adelapidated condition that it is state! at sonim time during the State Fair, well pleased. The fact that lie r-.
that the bats won't live in it. the membership to consist of the may- turned as early as Ostober, % hei lie
The East Coast Cattle Company will ors and municipal officers of southern did not come until January if laft
have headquarters at Fort Pierce, and cities. winter, is evidence that he i. Ilai*ted,
also have a capital of $60.030. Jesse Knight, aged 88 year', a resi- "I thin (Gainesville is the bet.i town
Six milk peddlers were arrested in dent of Sarasota, indulge in a swim in of its sise, or any other else, ei the
Tampa liast ridly for not eompling the bay frequently. and standss 40 foot United States," remarked Mr. \\Vrcr,
with the mch ord e fld without a knot or a limb." He is a good-naturedly. "If I was iot im-
witb the milch ordinance and fined $10
Sb I living example of the health of that preised with the oity I would niot, b
eelll section, here. The climate is fine, tlh- people
SDecnker A Bro. of Clermnntfurnillh- E. M. Overstreet & Company have are all that cold be desired, nid il
ope store at Erat is, making that cit s ild their entire turpentine plant at all Gaiee-sville is the Ideal ple' "
their home. t enees, Lake county, including mules
their hom, ae. nd Doctors Said He Would Not Live.
"a d horses, comm i ,sary ,tore, ete., and
Mrs. L. B. Mathe. teacher of the 13.000 area of timber laids, to a Mr. Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa.. writes:
Turkey Creek school, hni resigned. .Willams and his partners. prominent "After doctoring for two year. with
Se had too much trouble with the lumbermen of Dawmoi, Ga. The con. the tea physicians in Wa)i shurll,
rehool board. sideration was about $7U0,0o. and still getting worse, the rdctors ad-
The "big girls" of the public school smith, the colored woman vised me if I had any business to at.
t Fernandina have organized a foot- who was tried in Judge Bell's court tend to I had better attend to it at
ibll team and there will no doubt be '"hursday for chicken *stealing, was once, as I could not poVUably live
come Neroe kicking. again tried Friday. Thursday's hearing another month ae there was no cret
A slight blase in the kitchen rcof of having proved a mistrial. She was for men. doled Kdney Oure wr an r.
she Univerlty buildiipg at Like City, found guilty and sentenced to pay ommended to me by a friend, and I
le da, raised a lot of excitement $100 and costs or serve six t.onthe in immediately sent am sont to hte lsore
M not mush damage. the county jail --Oeala Star. for it. and after taking three lottles I
John 8mith, who claims Jaekson. Whitney's 400-poond bear sosped ban toe peter, and eoatlllu. t
vill as his home. is under arrest in from the alligator farm yesterday and W. MOolinm & i .
Iro th rliEa~o Irm Qltrdlra W. Mt~Uollnm & Co.


Atlanta for robbing a man of S(5. John
nmith used to live in Cincinnati.
The Seventh Day Adventis have
Jost closed an Interesting conference
meeting at Plant City. The church is
hneresling In strength in the State.
M A BrAwn still holds Me offil'e of
bleriff of DTval county, and qtuo war-
IeLa nr.iceedine arp Paid to he the,


is now roaming the woods. He put
two hounds that ,ere placed on his
track to root and mauled them severe.
ly. The bear's name is Teddy, and it
is supposed that when he heard that
Teddy Kooev-elt, the famous and
mighty hear hunter, was in town, he
bolted for the woods and sought a hid.
ing place Thi is about the oniy


only method of coutleting the law. plausible e laiiation that can te of-
fered in juliticeation of the actions of
Francisco Martinez, a youth of 16 this heretofore wt-ll-.thaved l!ruin.
ears, is In jail at Tamps, charged with No doubt biut what he will return to
attempted robbery. He also fired two camp on learning that the Preaident
botat Mrs. Anni Grace at P'almetto has gone, Anyhow. Sheriff Perry, with
a pack of houind, will attempt to cap.
Wbhe down with the wells at West tlre the bear and bring him back if he
fale Beeb 71 feet, perfect conch lenot te persuaded to return peace.
,eille were discovered, which shows fully.-St. Aigustine Record. 23rd.
iht part of Florida to have been cot. -- -
by water years ago. Astonishing Incident.
A-wding to reports from Tampa it It was, to all her friends, an aston.
tik a hard matter to tell who flrrd Ishing aoeideot that Mrs. I. B. tHut nof
... 5 . Lime Ridge, Wi. was eared of her
dreadful sickness. Doelorn." arb
BlMiAiH( ll HJIB writn. "had Itiven me up;l riends
A re ready to d me the lst farewell;
CULF RArOCK, FLA. eloods of despair darkened amy horiso,
sad I was a wrek on the shore of de.
poedeney. when I boge sto iak EWIe.
wr Hunatlg and Fhisbhl ue lituers for my frllgtfueal elto
Sand liver complaint. To tl u Mooaib.
bh ie1 mw a aeeet i meet of all I we be elted at seo
411%- aI01. for goe wbosr. s.
11- te.hiti eer -as d as now completely lld mirce*
s- aks lonely resorted to health. At all dreg
-mBMiens oores; pri WI; guaranteed.


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Oft Ftaa. aIfe of a merebact wler,
sUe rWidi at a is&etaMble WOO
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PROCEEDINGS IN BANKRUPTCY
Many Clients Testified Through Attor-
neys of Indebtedness.
Tihe proceedings in hankroptey
against the K.paneii Ltmb,,r C uimi|anyey
do not yet teni to have bet-u *etilled,
Sie another bearing was Riven ho-fre
Referee Palnmr Monday, whtri lr.
(rill of Palatks, tlie purchater rf ite
defunct concern, and many atllori fIp,
were prfesnt.
i)r. (rill. as a matter of coiur., was
here for the porpoer of adJrting iilt-
t er as amicably as pIoible-, while the
attorney were re(pr~aoling various
creditors, ome of whom had been
"'ouged" by the Espasola Lumber
Company to the erstnt of nearly
% The meetial was held in the offles of
Rtffe.re Palmer. and lasted early all
lte afternoon.
Uh. plant of the Espanla Lumber
Ooapany Is loestd neir Kieballr, nd
is n o the 1ne0st in this ,eios. hat-
ing a eutling ep peity of n*arll til,'X01
fet per day. It wa originally retoud
by J. L. Kelley &A moo, whose ed to the
Kelle.MeDonsld Company, ithe com.
pany dlespeelg of its internet later
to a Mr. Pasteroi,
Plies to Ge acth
Are ofte frurrat4d by ,odde4 trek.
tl does de to dyrpepeWs or eaemipe*
ties. bIem ep sed tahe Dr. K l's
XNe Li lo Pi:. Thly uake s she mae*
ftel wh lib ch are oggi yor* e*-r*
I anw d e1O you a sw *tont. Oc6
beadel lmd dluatsee e At *lI
d4nugs**; lie. garseage,4.


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We Are Now Ready


TO QUOTE PRICES AND SUBMIT SAMPLES OF


FALL


GOOD


F'or Men. lolniell anId Clild-el.


We Ca ri; tworyt ing h't.Ldy.to-wear and ill
ordes \vill rtcweive p Iwloit and careful attention.


REMEMBER:


i. We sond g o']S be ss
to examinatition before ac'ceptintg


? VWe s(olid t Wo) ov th rteet' st yl~lt of galllolnlets
for eeehcticon.


:)'. We allow it, pe, colt
feXcejt 011oilContrIact. w oodS.


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THE 810 STORE.


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Stock in the Emma Gold Mi'ne
As tho priet'woesy Isthelb.best and safest levvstreeeil it imbly to
1 his mino II s oped and ore on the dump. ItI a e .s ei.
mot%&. fiat a safe aod asload Lmeetimwm.
With every $L(Xt leyiied inkotri we will inue a B s a 8 erel gold
bond, Insurial th. e et.P fro pose a b, pasibebha.. of lse.
T'he golbonds e &r weal..a (. toirnmrets ond.
We wmosid like to boor from lee it fou ouuild I hire intso In a
8I"-roImse 1894t60. sholutoly *see, mcd e oewith lb.. tregohaic et i..
: to ad future of Sold mine w#r emiid or dismecvred. It will
br th e elfesi oll eefalua sod ca would lb to Wgot pollnt ieesSnm4
Fall penhtelare for lb. mote eakiwi

RIFE & COFFMAN,
Brokers, St. Clair ulBd ge, Marietta, Ohio.
Send um a po4tal f'tr fUll infonnration Mines
within 20 ftut oif the Emmah bave aid as high as
60 per oent in iro noyear. Watch the Emma Mine
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RAILROAD MATTERS


fFirst Vioe-Prsident G. & G. Has
Confidence in Extension.

WILL OPEN A FINE COUNTRY

The Extension Means a Big Thing in
the Development of That Section of
Florida, Where the Land is Fertile
and Timber Grows Abundantly.
Among the prominent visitors to this
lity within the past day or two was
A. P. 8tuckey of Oaals, flrst vice-
president of the Galaneville & Gulf
Railway, who came to consult with
other olfleer in railroad matters-at
least matter conserninl the Gaies-*
ville & Golf.
It will be remembered that several
weeks aZo a survey of the territory
from Fairfield to points seuth to Tam-
pa was ordered by the new manage-
ment of the Gainesville & Gulf, with a
view to pushing the road as rapidly as
possible to Its southern terminus. It
was estimated that this survey would
be completed the entire distance in
twenty days, but there seemed to have
been some hitch or misunderstanding,
as the sorveying corpe has jolt reached
Ehren, a considerable distance from
the objective point. They are ex-
peated, however, to complete this sur-
vey after a while.
S"We still have confidence in the fu-
Sure of the Galnesville & oGlf and the
territory which the extension em-
S braces," remarked Mr. Stuekey, who
S wa among the leading promoters of
the project. "We know that theex-
Stension of the Garlaavlle & Gulf will
open one of the finest and moat fertile
setllons in Florida, to say nothing of
the wonderful development In naval
stores and lumber, and we are per-
feetly satisfed with the prospecte"
Thirty miles of sixty-pound steel
rail are expected to arrive at any time.
On account of the delay in pushing
Sthe survey the work of cutting right
ofway has not yet begun, but a force
of workmen will be employed In a
Ahort time. By the time this Iron has
been received It is expected that the
roadbed will be In position for the lay-
l Ig track.
THE ODD FELLOWS' HOME.
-'' The National Odd Fellows' Sanitarium
to Open November Iat.
Arrangments are being perfected
for the opening of the National Odd
S Fllows' Sanitarlum of Florida, In this
city, on November let, for the recep-
tlon of the members of this nuble order
from all portions of the United States
and Cranda, who come here in search
for the health for which Florida, and
espeelally the city of Gainesville, is
Inosed.
To those who are not familiar with
this noble institution and its object, we
will state that It is a aatLe intltution
where the members of the order, rich
or poor, can come and have a comfort-
able home at as moderate a price as
poselble
Mrs. F. B1. Hoover of Illinols, a ca-
terer of ample experienee, has been
eoored and people from the North
will fod the culinary department a
feature to their liking this winter.
The hospital department will be in
S harge of Miss May L.ee, a trained
S anurm of Chattanooa. Tenn and this
S brahek will be maintained up to is*
former high standard.
There is no liner or more convenient
place for the invalid to recuperate at
Stho this beautiful spot. and with the
health of Uaineville and the climate
of Florida, it is a havcu for theie who
come South to spend the winter.


If the Baby ha Outten Teeth
Be sure and oe that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Wiaslow's Soojth
tag Syrup. for children teething. It
soothes the ohtld, softes the gums,
allays all pala. esum wind colie and ti
he bet reased for diarrhoea. Twvn.
I.See oents a bottle.
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owve po we1r 4 of* t"wrwe m4a *
Is a foeet ,. lo sebe ha s nve n e
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THE t SUN:M UR 26S


HAD TO HIDE IT


A mother wrote us recently
that she had to keep Scott's
l mulsion under lock and key
--herchildren used to drink
it whenever her back was
turned. Strange that children
.should like something that is
so good for them. It's usu-
ally the other way. Scott's
Emulsion makes children'
comfortable, makes them fat
and rosy-cheeked. Perhaps
that's why they like it so
much-they know it makes
them feel good.
We'll send you a aple, fre
-COTT: a rOWNr, 4u Irrl Ser.C s Nw York.

IN THE MAYOR'S COURT.
Four Offend*er Stood Up for Munici-
pal Prescription.
In the words of the typical Floridlan,
the mayor's eourt recently was "toler-
ably ioterestlnI," there being four vie-
time before the municipal tribunal.
If there is any one thing in the world
more tempting to the average darkey
than a yellow-legged ohibkes, Is in the
irresistible sugar cane. These people
are as happy during the ease season as
a fly In a sgar barrel, If they have the
price of Imbibing in that delicious
pastime of chewing cane.
James Heltqu had a stalk of sane-the
fne, sweet, joicy kind. He was seated
on the top of an empty barrel enjoying
his possession, when Thoe. Green, with
,the complexion of a late fall pumpkin,
approached him.
"Gimme piece er das cane," demand.
ed Green.
"I ain't *wine ter gib yer no cane,"
responded Helton.
"OGmme de jints," appealed the
pumpkin-eolored aggresor.
"Dere ain't gwine ter be no jinte,"
replied the man on the barrel, "an' if
yer fool wid me I'll gib yeride butt ob-
er de hed"
"Yer can'tdo it, yer pesky, nouff.
culled rascal," replied Green. But at
the atne time Ilelton did attempt to
do it, so It is said, with the result that
he was arrested for fighting, and was
fined $2 50 and costs. For "butting on"
Green had to pay the freight bI the
umnpf $1 and costs.
James Molntyre, drunk, $2 0 and
eooas, and Ed Sparks, obstructing the
street with a vehicle, let off with the
eoets, were the other cases disposed of.
STATi or OHIo, CITY or TOLNIDO,
LucAs O rv.Y .
Frank J. Oheasy makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Obeney A Co., doing bsinsae in the
Oity of Toledo, county and State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every ase of eatarrh that oanoaa
be cured by the use of Hall's Oatarrb
Cure FPAnK J. ONXrNT.
worn to before me and subrribed
in my preeno-. this 6th day of IDeem*
bor, A. D. 188W. A. ULW. s s,
([MeA] Notary Pubtle.
Hall's COtarrh Our iS tlake lnter-
nally, and ae directly on the blood
aiod muoous surflnee of the syteom.
Send for testlmoelals, free.
F. J Cmena &A Co Toledo, O.
Bold by all dnrugiste, Toe.
Take Hall's Family Pills for oonitl-
pation.
MELROSE MITES.

Business, School and Personal Itema
of Interest.
Melroee, Oet I.--At the reenat
quarterly ooferenooe held at Windsor
all the omoerof the Wmeanor M. E.
Church were reelected.
Prof Roger* is expected to open the
Meiiroe hool on Nlovembr O. The
school lot is btlng mush Improved by
asuhetental wire feane.
A very tine metcor was observed 6a


F'rtay night about r: o'eloek. Its
luovmens ws from east t we".
Mr 'ar-eeof Vienna, al. is the
uet of IP M Yearwood.
J 'Paie of Abt ees. II. C., han tak-
ea charge of the sawmill at Earulet
beloralg to the Melroe Mamaefuft
lg companyy .
Don't be ImpeedO Upon.
Foley A Co., Ct'IsIo oriattaed
lliomey ad Tar a threat and slea
remedy. and o aeounat of the gea
merit and poplailty of pFILy' HeMy
sad Tar many mitatis ao n oAeed
for the gensi".. Theee weeed rni-*
taItoa r hav eslmhr met-l -mam
ewsare of Utem. The ge -ine Plg
H Sfot (o "m aem Mc -m M
i I the bs re or
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ARCHER ANELEOTS.
A Bunch of Neway Paragraphs Regard-
lng People ndd Things.
Arber, Oet. 24.-Hodgeon & Wood
have built quite an addition to their
store-room. Miss McOredie of Micnoo-
py has accepted a pusitioo with them.
Lumber is on the ground for an ad-
ditlon to the warehouse of O. W. Baok-
night.
Major Samuel DePas left last week
for Dalla, Texas, and Memphis, Tenn.,
his former homes.
Mil Ida Chambe returned home
on Friday, after spending the summer
nl Atlanta, Ga., and Woodruff, N. 0.
A. Miller ha sold his hotel privi-
lege near the depot to 0. O. Oollins,
who will an future run the house. Mr.
Millerhas left for his old home in
Georgia.
Edd Stewart and mother, Mrs. J. T.
Stewart, delighted their many friends
by arriving here laat Sunday. Mrs.
Stewart is stopping at tbel Magnolia
Hotel, while Edd basengaged in busI-
nes at Newberry.
Jas. Duren, who was t ken siok in
Jacksonville while attending school,
and was brought home by h!a father, is
well again.
Dr. B. F. Julian, who has been quite
siek, is better.
Dr. Davis Is here doing some dental
work.
Notlee of the death of James Sootton
was received in Aroher this week. It
occurred at his home in Kokomo, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. SBotton were regular
winter visior here, having a pretty
home.
Mrs. L. T. Stewart, sister of G. L.
Taylor and Mrs. J. E. Wells, left on
Wednesday for Oalifornia to look after
her miinng lateressa.
Archer was represented in Jask-
sonville on Saturday to the President.
Saved His Life.
J. W. Davenport,(Wlano, Ky.,writes,
June 14, 1902: "I want to tell you I
believe Ballard's Snow Llniment aved
my life. I was under the treatment of
two doctors, and they told me one of
my loog was entirely goDe, and the
other badly affected. I also bad a lump
on my side. I don't think that I eoold
have lived over tmo months longer. I
was induced by a friend to try Ballard's
8now Iiniment. The irt applleation
gave me great relief; two fifty cent
bottles stred me sound and well. It is
a wonderful medicine and I recommend
It to suffering humanity." Sold by W.
M. Johnson.
Fairl Fairl I Fairl II
Fair notice is hereby given to exhib-
itors. The train for cows and hores
will leave Gainesville Saturday, No.
member Ith Hogd, sheep, goats and
calves (i rates only) an be sent from
the nearet station to the exhibitor.
Turkeys, geee, ducks and chickens,
and all aulmals not weighibl when
rated over 100 pounds. ean be s nt by
express, and must be shipped not later
than Monday. November 18th. Cane.
potted pliats and perishable things
must also be sent not later than Mon-
day, Novembar 18sh. Every District
ComaiIioser has been sent a supply
of shipping tags, and no other san be
used aseurding to directlons of the
Presidea of the Fair Awsoeitlon. Os
boxea, barrels aod erates e two sag,
soe with black print op, sad one wilh
red print up. Task on securely. If
you wish to sell your eobibite In Tam-
pa, state your pries in the mall square
on all red letter aide of tag, and if I
can fid a porehaser I will help you to
alil.
If you want more tag write me at
onee. Cot this ouotad refer to it of.
ton. Yoers truly.
lJon W. Thncn, AMr. Ete.
O(ineeville, (Ot. 3t. U16.
A Ourd,
Thi l to eertify tat all drenuggit
are nuthoered to iefoud yoer mooey


if Folty' HeR y ad Ta& r faIl to c em
yoer *oeh or e.ol. 14, ao the
0o60h. bea the loa km sd prevmw
ertoe renwtl f ro a oi. OAree
gtippoe gh amd pMi es pIM oI-
*ll ad eseempeoes. OnSains aN
opate. The penuie *t a l





Miss Tebeau's

Boarding A a

Day School
as Ia wee MI a-k.L..
equgav5BA. adID


OPERATIONS


AVOIDED


Two Grateful Letters from Women Who Avoided
Serious Operations.-Many Women Suftring
from Like Conditions Will Be Interested.


When a physician tell woman, auf- Hearnlg how Lydia E. PlnkiBkhaml'Vlable
fringe from ovarian or womb trouble, ComPdn had saved othr m M om
that an operation is necessary it, of seoan opera mtonst I decwied to trftead
less than four months I wase ntnl eUWd;
ooare, frigbtens her. and words fail to express my tbak ."
The very thought of the operating Miss Margret Merkley of 375 8d
table and the knife strikes trror toStreet, Milw kee, Wi., write:
her heart. As one woman expressed treet, Miwaukee, Wi., wr
it, when told by her physician that she Dear Mrs. F Pfr:--
mat undergo an operation, she felt "Lo s hooftrMLh, u thro a,
that her death knell had sounded. rainp beoarot pam dwn a p a
Our bopitals are full of women ir diseon compelled a to seek
who are there for ovarian or womb medical advice. The doctor afttr making
Operations a e amination, said that I ad oera troo.
It is quite true that these troubles hisad uloertioao and advised rn o e
ma reach a stage where an operation Iy oiy hope. To thlis trnogl tsd
I o u -and~Idecided us a lst rsort to ryqda
is the only resource, but such cases are Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
much rarer than is generally supposed, To my surprise the ulo ratio hus-, all
beouse a great many women have the bed ymptomsdisappeared,aadIsaonae
bean cared by Lydia E. Pinkham'a more strong, vigorous and wel; and I can-
Vgetable Compound after the doctors not exrm my thanks for what it h does
had ud an operation must be per- for me,"
formed. In fact, up to the point where Ovarian and womb troubles are
the knife must be used to secure instant steadily on the increase among women
relief. this medicine is certain to help. -ana before submitting to an opera-
The strongest and most grateful tion every woman should try Lydli t.
statement. possbl to make come from Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, nd
women wht, ...dnng Lydia E. Pink- write Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Masa
hanm' Vegetable Compound, have for advice.
seaped serious operations. v r thirty years Lydia E. Plnkham'd
Marfte Ryuans Treasurer of St Vegetable Compound has been hearing
Andrew's Society, Indianapolis, Ind., the worst forms of female oomplant
wr her cue a llows all ovarian troubles, inflammation, ul
writes of er cure ow: ceratlon, falling and displacement oa
Dear Mrs. Pinlkmb.-- the womb, leuoorrhca, irregular
f aotra wn t.d to expre m thanks indigestIon and nervous pr t
fao t goodd Lyda tL ot ln idIulV Any woman who could read the
t3"-po-d did ma. Tbe doctor Ild I uld
not S w. un I had oPat fo grateful letters on file in Mrs.
ovMra a ad ematre bi I I ould ham's office would be convinced of
notr dtLa eratalno pati oanadmade efficiency of her advice and Lydia
ap my mund I would be an invalid for life. Pinkham's Vegetable CompouadL
A* Or. PUki Adit-A W Sn e t s WNmo M


THE YELLOW FEVER.

Both Pensacola and New Orleans Have
Bright Outlook.
Pensoaola, Oct. 24.-All the pat i nts
today are in good condition and there
were only two new oases and one
death up to noon. Yesterday there
were seven new ease and one dIath.
At New Orleans.
New Orleans, Oct. 4 -Only four


Wlgsg~EV


new cases yesterday and no deaths.
Only one new case was reported up to
noon today.
Mothers
Who would keep their children in
good health should watch for the flnt
symptoms of worms, and remove theps
with White's Cream Vermifuge. It ia
the children' twest tonic. Itgete di-
ge[tion at work so that their food doe
them good, and they grow up healthy
and strong. Sold by W. M. Johason.


FL QUARTS OF


I MtU WZm KTIr
ANJD IUART FINE OLD
AItlCOT BANDY
EXPIES PAID, ALL FOR

This is positively the
greatest offer ever made
in whiskey-- one you
cannot afford to miits, if
you consider the superior
quality of Feld's Pride.
It is a straight, pure rye
whiskey, distilled in the
slow, primitive way.
guaranteed to be eld, rmel-
low and rich beyond com-
parison. To establish
this rand

We Offer



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quar of our celebrated
Apriot Brandy wit% eery
ad fer 4 quwtU of 7.ld's E
PH&deliverd. This u a almahitely umvmsled wq-
"rn and yn shaoli take imanedate dvanse=o a s Maeu
$Md r or i= oahe nmoy aod or ria lous'. Gawk
Ilis ea peerad Wto &I Smouhen an odAden ZIp
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[_THE GAINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER 26, 1905
Im


NEW ARRIVALS.
Gainesville's Advantage Are Recog-
nized and Appreciated Ever'where.


1 0 1 ni Im W 1_.WIl *n A GAineaville is growing, a.I tl it
i rdsniRg sutitaunially. The d.<,l e..
df Happenings From Variou i,, nal iotd ,iherr advantage. ,t', I- ,
Sections of State. Do you like your thin, rough, ', *r T --il to ,* "I'
s ev't-ry --k'toi t oi the Unitd i ,t, -.
short ha;r? Of course yO specially those who have I hild fr
IHE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS don't. Do you like thick, y o in he Sta r
S- -- heavy, smooth hair? Of better iedu. .tial itdumi, n l: ,,,ini
Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers." Course you do. Then why Gainesville ,ad 4laehus reontv
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the Among the lite't arrivael w! i hinve
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to cote to inake thelr home here .rtr Mr.
All Classe.d Mrs R. Dale Ollmore n. 1 two
daughters of Philadelphia, A 1- hare
Citra people elaim they have a good not Wbpleased? Ayer's Hair rented the home, 706 North l nivvr
opening for a livery stable. Vigor makes beautiful heads sity street, until they can s',c,r, a
David L. Palmer of Madison has had of hair, that's the whole house of their own.
Patented a combnfd stalk puller and story. Sold for 90 years. Mr. Gilmore, who Is an ext-llent
eOtler. I ve aned Arer's iWtrar r a)on gentleman with a fne family, waS
t= aIt is. indeed, a w Iairtl bi to-r.'
Tbanksgiving Day, November 30th, reitort5bethtoI r Sa .d. greatly impressed with Gainesvlle c0
w; I be Brown Day at the State Fair at meue a it' IfJ T. account of the educational aidl relig.
Tamps. IJn.*s roe. .o.As co.. ious advantages here, and, iiinaiunch
After Januar for mas he desired to bring his family to the
After January 2, 190I, the carpenters
of West Palm Beach will demand an kaSouth, he declares he could not tin. d a
$-hour day. more enlightened and ref8n11 I ,lae
-hoord. than a city that boated ,o good
The Presbyterian church at Eustls _i_ schools and good churches.
has been greatly improved in the in.- -- The peopleof Gainesville vill ,vl.
terror appearance. the flrst shot in the recent union fight, come this family, and trust thy will
The property owners of Live Oak when Charley Potter was killed and be well pleased.
most build sidewalks within 30days or B(.b Hardaker was wounded. John \Veer, an elderly gentl.tnh~i of
the city will do it for them. An effort will be made to organize a Chicago, is also a late arrival Mr.
The depot at Dunnellon is in such Southern Municipal League at Tampa Weer spent lt lat winter here nAt, war
adelapidated condition that it is statete at some time daring the State Fair, well pleased. The fact that he r.-
that the bate won't live in it. the membership to consist of the may- turned as early as O(tober, u lien he
The East Coast Cattle Company will ors and municipal officers of Southern did not come until January ,, lasI
have headquarters at Fort Pierce, and cities. winter, is evidence that he is plhased.
also have a capital of $60.030. Jesse Knight, aged 88 year, a resi- "1 thint Gainesville is the be.t town
x mk p s we ar dent of Sarasota, indulges in a swim in of its size, or any other else, in the
Six milk peddlers were arrested in the bay frequently. and "atands 40 foot United States," remarked Mr. \Voer,
T p lat Frday wor not c without a knot or a limb." He is a good-naturedly. "If I was not im-
wit the milch ordinance and fned $10
he h dnane living example of the health of that pressed with theoity I woold not be
esc. etion. here. The climate il fine, thli, people
Den keru a Bro. of Clermont will E. M. Overstreet & Company have are all that could be desmed .arn In i
en pe sdry gosti arid engtha't rcity e ld their entire turpentine plant at all Oaiiiesville is the ideal plaie'."
ther l. se at eneca, Lake county. including mules
their home. Doctors Said He Would Not Live.
qad horse, commissary store, etc., and
Mrs. L. B. Mathe. teacher of the 13,000 ecres of timber lands, to a Mr. Peter Fry, Woodruf, Pa. writes:
Turkey Creek school, hls resigned. \'illlams and his partners, prominent "After doctoring for two years with
She had too much trouble with the lumbermen of Dawonn, Ga. The con. the best physicians in Wa insbhurg,
school board. sideration wa about $70,0(0. and still getting worse, the doctors ad-
The "big girls" of the public school Rosetta mith, the colored woman vised me if I had any buolnev. to at-
-at Fernandina have organized a foot- who wad tried in Judge Bell's court tend to I hd better attend to it at
ball team and there will no doubt be "hursday for chicken stealing, was once, as I could not po..jbly live
some flere kicking. again tried Friday Thursday's hearing another month a there was no cure
A flight blase in the kitchen rcof of having proved a mistrial. She was for me. Foley's Kidney Our. was ree.
Sthe University buildi-gs at Lake City, found guilty and sentenced to pay ommended tome by a friend, and I
eadary, caused a lot of excitement $100 and costs or serve ix tlopnthe in immediately sent my son to the store
41i not mash damage. the county jail -Ocala Star. for it, and after taking three bottles I
began to pet better, and eon tiiued to
John 8mith, who claims Jackson. Whitney's 400-pound bear e eoped Ir et better, and eose
improve antll I w entirely sll. J.
ville a his home, is under arrest in from the alligator farm yesterday and W. M iOollnm A Co.
Atlanta for robbing a man of $15. John is nnw roaming the woods. He put
Smith used to live in Cincinnati. two hounds that were placed on his PROCEEDINGS IN BANKRUPTCY
The Seventh Day Adventists have track to rout and mauled them Hivere-
Just closed an Interesting conference ly. The bear's name is Teddy, and it Many COlents Testified Through Attor.
meeting at Plant City. The church is is supposed that when he heard that neys of Indebtedness.
laereasing in itiength in the State. Teddy RKoereelt, the famous and The proceedings in bankruptcy
M. A Brawn still holds the oti 'e of mighty bear hunter, was in town, he against the Espanola l.simbtr O(..cin:ny
sheriff of Dural county, and quo war. bolted for the woods ant sought a hid. do not yet seem to have beern settled,
rneto proceedings are said to be the Ing place This is about the only as another bearing was given H.beffrr
only method of coutestiin the law. plausible exilalnation that esn te of. Referee Palmer Monday. whi, lor.
fered n justification of the actions of Crill of Palatka, the purchetr of the
FranelIso Martines, a youth of 18I his heretofore well-behaved bruin. defunct concern, and maly attoru. ye,
Slin jail at Tamps.charged th No doubt but what he will return to were present.
attempted robbery. He also fired two camp on learning that the President Dr. Crill, as a matter of course, was
obote at Mrs. Anne Grace at Palmetto has gone. Anyhow. Sheril Perry, with here for the porpoes of adjarsting matl
IWeh. a pack of hounds, will attempt to ap*. ten as amicably as ponMible, whil the
When down with the wells at W1et ture the bear and bring him back if he attorneys were representing rariool
Palm Beach 76 feet, perfect conch cannot be persuaded to return peace- creditors, some of whom bad been
ells were discovered, which shows fully.-St. Augustine Reeord. 2rd. "gouged" by the Espeaola Lumber -
tmt part of Florida to have been cow. Oompany to the extent of nearly
by water years alo. Astonishing Incident. AOO.
Aellcdiln to reports from Tamps it It was, to all her friends, an astoer. The meeting was held in the office of
jke a hard matter to teU who red Ishing lceident that Mrs. I. B. Huit of Refesee Palmer, and laStel nearly all
a .._ Lime Ridge. Wis. wa eored of her the aflernoon.
S dream dful siekneas. "Doesor.," she The plant of the l'panla Lumtber
I IF writes, "had given me up: friends Company is laosed nar 1kihelle, and
VU I were ready to bId me the lass farewell ;i one of the foeet In this sexton, haw-
r l rALF('CI, FLA. eloods of despair darkened my horlasoe. iLng a ettiog erpcity of n-eTrly ",,.10X
sad I was a wreck on the ehore of de feet per day. It wa originally erected
poedeoey. when I bage to ke Ele-I by J. I,. Kelley A flos, whPa s 0 to the
hr nianUir aend Fishlang Bit:ers for my frightfk l eoarmeebh Kele.MDon dl Companr, tate com.
ad lver complaint. To the stomlbh* pao. dltpeMlag of so intiere later
b meai e' mei eNrawes sad ament of all. I wm benefted at ewe to a Mr. Psster.o,
w a 0Se orer a war. steee
.ta. dIa I-d Tm Pow omBleteIy and m ra e. --
sSS i loauly restored to health. At all drug PlAs to Gee Rfec
,BCmse:'i~ sooer; prie Sue; searsUteed. Ar oftee frVstrate by sode r*reak.
m1a. UL 'rOIn m. agI does do e to dypepeals *w ee* pa-
S ove Lmo rr 0,. ru Astemoblle Coet e Life. ste. brse ep ad ske Dr. Ktr's
SBaa rmrsacc,. Oct. 4.---Y1. Thea New iU Plie. They uakeL the me.
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Stock in the Emma Gold Mine
At the price tuy toI the best and safto Isi. wstioisat 5esible to
Make.
ibis mine Is opOned and or@ on the dump, It a tarst ano5et
snitS, hart a safe sod looed lawoinveol.
With every $03 S rnwes"d in tkor Pewill Isete a II por orwit o g ld
bond. Insurls Uv ol efobor from nSI Iuseible whence oif Ilis.
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Irst-0laee 1 la ftiost. taerlutoly sale, sod se ish tisb. trightepot Pr
eh sad future of a nyili nall esrv eruwod or dieoered I twill
b:r th. eloso leandgwema arid would illike I go t il lets reoole
Yell pertssolars for bs more Sehlig

RIFE S COFFMAN,
Broker$. St. C111, S1WUlleO, Mrietta Ohio.

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i blerGd December St. 18.MO ateesvle. rlf..
as seeond-oaI matter, uader Act of Con-
Treo or Mareh b. l7

S rabllshed Every Mday and Thursday
at alaMsllie, Florida

8. H. McOREARY. Editor and Publ'r.

TameI or SosIciarYox:
The Twlee-a-Week SoL 80 y ear; six
aontha, 50e.; single oopI, .i
ADVaRTiamo RNi*A I
SLocal advertisements, 16 cent@ a line
to the first and 10 cents for each addl-
bamal Insertion.
Diplayed advertisements for three,
and 12 months at special rates.
e furnished upon application.
Marriage and Death notices inserted
.fee. Ohituaries, oentea line.

OUR OLUansio Lzsr.
lhe Sun and the Thrice-a-Week
(N.Y.) World one year........$1 66
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Weekly Oonstitution one year.. 1 75
he Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Seml-Weekly Journal one year. 1 50
The Bun and the Semi-Weekly
Times-Union one year....... 1 50

"lWe will not accept stamps of a
trSer denomination than 9 cents.

The hunters In Michigan are In more
danger of being exterminated than
the deer.

The disappearance of yellow fever at
New Orleans will be followed by a
rush of business.

There were 14,009 people killed and
Injured by railways in the United
States during the 12 months ending
June 80th, 1906.


GAINESVILLI


--C-------


If President Roosevelt has to pay meeting are most cordially invited to; some or the State papers stop pander.
the duty on the gifts Miss Alice Rooso. join the delegation at Jacksonville ing to thoe whoare ever on the look.
velt brought from Asia he may develop Superintendent Holloway and other out for some excuse to 'kiek'-there is
Into a tariff reformer, prominent Florida edoeators will take no better way to put It-and unite -ln
part in the Intereting program now furthering a system that has been
The demand for cultivated ginseng being prepared. adopted by the Legislatore as being
root Is not what is li claimed by those Information relative to reservation the very best for the State.
who have the plants for sale. The wild of berths, etc., will be furnished upon "It was not to be expected that such
product is what brings the price, application to J. 0. Lusk, district pas- misrepresentations as thot attempt-
.- s- senger agent of the Southern Railway, ed should be allowed to go unchal-
The Democratic Executive Commit. 108 West Bay street, Jacksonville, or lea1ed by the Board of Control
tee of Dade county has endorsed the the undersigned. Chairman. N. P. Bryan of Jacksonville
appointment of NMr. E. 0. Dearborn to Any further information will be bha issued a statement that should be
the ofl0e of clerk, to suooeed her late muot cheerfully furnished by read by every elector so that a correct
husband. CLXm HAMPTON, understanding may te had of the aims
-. State Directorand Manager of 0. E. A. and laudable ambition of the Board'of
The l q tion troubling Florda, te Departmnt of Control-- ambition to place Flor.
The l qustlon pr troblingut manthey Elooitlon, TallahsMec, Fla. Ida's educational system on a strong
tople jout as parent. But as they and
don't generally appear until the last and laeting basis. The Board of Con-
ac, we will have plenty of time to FATTENING HOG8. trol has evidently been able to look
"make uP well into the future. The members
ake UP It is about the time when farmer have not been confnled to a cIMie the

Some people are afraid that a new. will begin to fatten their hops, so a to eircumference of which does not go
paper will say something that will of- convert them into pork before Christ- beyond the next election day. What
fend some one, yet they are always ma, as well as convert their corn into they have done, what they are doing.
kicking because the press never dares a higher-priced product, says The De- and what they hope to do i. all based
to express itself. Funak Stockman. But It has been on an idea of permanency, and it is
-. demonstrated at the experimental eta- therefore a shame for any paper to try
The Florida Fruit and Trunk Grower, tias that the animals require mush to make such an important matter as
published at Oeala by L J. Hrumby. more mineral matter in their food the education of the young generation
pus m ate its Otober a ppe.arune with than b usually provided for them, for the plaything of woold-be political
Si p of well known that It Ie from the m edlr.."
2 pags of Interesting reading for mineral elements thba tbhe bones are
every farmer In the State. It is an p ed, and wh ADVISED NEOROESa
excellent publicatiloa, rodnoed, and when he bo- ADVISED NEROS.
...- .. prodoelng elements are lacking the
r a s m animals eannot thrive. This wa de- In his address to the aegroes at
There at so many ways of gambling mon"tsted by foedie wood ashs or Jacksonville. President Roosevelt told
that t will be ra hard matter to apboneual added I tasl qstitstohem may wholeome tmths. While
It. Where a man o rs te a ine of land the grae, with the ralt that a small- they have beard substantially the
for the porpoe of raising rope, from r quantity of grain Iequid to pro-ame thing from the people of the
the sale of which he expects to pay the does the same weight s from gn South, it was very opportune for the
rent, he has to take hanse.loethus sowingthtg Prident to repeat it. In his address
alonethus showing thet grain don
. .. not entain enough bonoprmdeloiN he said :
The grand jury of Polk county faI matter to prome growth of the pr l. "Develop yourselve. Do your level
von the opening of coart with prayer, mal if conoed or rethrieted, so long b't so develop in additloo to good
and a the sme time urge the build as one element in its fiod Is la Se teacher, and preacher who shall
Ing of more ll0to iaareerate human elently provided. Three lots of bo preach to eolored mea, as preasbe
being, and the purehan of blood. we, fed by Plrofesor Henry to deter. should preach to white mne, but by
honade to capture them But they mine the elects of mineral matter is their rruits shall ye know them, sad
will not forgive ths.e who trespa.l ompariso wih nly on lo the truly religious man is the men. do
*aaint them. oelving nothing but corn. another cent and *lran I his private life, or-
lot receiving wold ashes with cor, derly, Iassabidig.
Plus X has little iuse for soldiery and another lot tonemeal with the "I say all honor to tether, all honor
He will shortly, it i said, dishand the orn. For every l' Iilrndei live weight to preacher, but it s almost impoe-
vatioan guards. Ihis example may gained the pilgs enunited (29 pounds slbIe that the bulk of any people eaa
have aomr effect on there real military of ,e.)n shiL Where ashrs wen ad. be teaebers or preachers. The bulk
sjetm me ,f ute world, %.ne" tho papacy de d 41 ,l ,nds of, ornr Irttued 00 have got to be men who follow trade
has lung peristently for many sK' a S t and mi ha nhrl purase wt. who are
to a show of armed fore. ad ha. th I". ,tnf.Tal nt .,rn oy 47 un. ohf orn and who .ase l ,I any of theMe a .
Ifirurnhlci a ll rcu* 'tlSe Io ',e r Iw.,.r. r .re re,,,tore d to riutlee it Ititi nds s Wte. and evrfry man wbo mak that
live eight amnqtd in the' t s These kind otf lad farmer or thrifty. pro-
t'untiff.,. the sutbtittite ,*1 r T,, '~s t, are conlousive that b lremear l or gr..in v. n .*...
the I't.lirg ,ftcer of It \' *,i. i %. ts.. e,ren with orn is mioreeon. tiRUT AN OWLS.
press t'o whi ltole lit 1 f t 'ie ,l fer-lg than when corn w. u i.d F T A
opal.y'a moniy. said het 1 rrtei.t.l ,., ,l'ely. as well as preirecteFo als a st t t iLatrr t being tahe.
"Whatt can yu, ell pect of a martled t .,t .n
man habdllinu hundreds ofr ttIhoeaite ll throughoet the s ae it the geovsness
of dollar on a salary of Ah f ml.tif I HE USE OF WATER POWER TO' t Fai a Tampa
Oe whea I head 4 iLWl.) ii eash in nr DEVELOP ELECTRICITY. the Fl Cits O A
pon.esoe, I was relyy lempted I,, sela n ad thne eW" rede'
take il." It is quite pertain he would The lhoality that is so sitated that .A alaie. eeall Mto ~ iase boe
have etase the mosey if he hat bewn water po**r sea be terd to derlop
paid twie o three trla asw m h sa 'elere power t indeed favored I sh s Y NFar AIsi T pe
t as bahe man would not think Whore water i* n d the b- re"et iig m t7. c0 Ia TO "h.
at tealIng. s metse if he wo net are obtained andid tho e s*etms of l "wl' thesili ""
paid for hb wwrk However, o n inthe country thei power of eteetWIe ty i .sI. J I
oktllnae ofat rw oghst to be pai do i furaied cheaper sad a meek messd a t a te _l-
ael m arie. reliable eilt s Is oubselled. Bet the tano~tg


AJUDGE'S WIFE pvic


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SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE.

A Sunday school institute will be
held in Tampa, November 26th to 29th,
inclusive. Dr. H. M. Hamil and wife,
two of the most competent workers in
this line in the United States, will be
in charge. The institute will be inter.
denominational, and the sessions will
be held n the First Baptist Chnreh.
Sessions will be held in the forenoon
only, with popular lectures at night.
One hour will be given each day to
Bible study.
The minister of Tampa urge Sunday
school workers to make preparations
to attend the institute while visiting
the Fair. The Fair will be great, but
we expect this institute to be greater
This is an opportunity which does not
some to us every day. The work for
children is commanding the attention
of the bet thinkers of the age. Dr.
and Mrs. Hamil have enjoyed rare ad.
vantagle, and have unusual adapta-
tlose for this work. Let everybody
come and get inspiration and help
CoMMuTr t

There is truth in this from The Bir.
mingham News: "Searh the criminal
reorda of the land and they will show
that more than 76 pee eeat of the
crimes of bloa:dsbed are directly attrith
unable to the concealed weapon, and
the horror of the record is that most of
the crimes are unreasonable acd un-
warranted. The cuonacled weapon
make erime so easy that it isdn)ne
without thought or enwdera ion tftrn
withoot reasonable prov'at,eton Iml1:.
isary iuelles qtiUik-in the plle .t f, t v.
er-sh indignation and *. irtme ,.. *
imaginary oernder naffer ,leat i
jury aond oe more .'minmial t a. '.!
to the oI* rapidly growine c es:ar :


EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION.

Every teacher in Florida will be In.
terested in the following announce-
ment of the Southern Edueational As.
roolatlon :
To the Teachers and Sohool Olcers of
Florida:
It gives me pleasure to announce
that the next meeting of the Southerw
Educational Aaooiation will be held
jointly with the Asoeiation of South.
ern Colleges in Nashville. Tenn., No-
vember 22-25, 1906.
On account of the meeting being a
joint one, the program will be doubly
interesting. ad those of you who had
the pleasure of meeting Dr. Charles D.
Melver at Jacksonville last winter
know we have an able presiding of*
leer.
The looal committees at .Nashville
are making elaborate preparations for
entertaining the assoeations. Hotel
rates will be reasonable, and hotel
headquarters and mrlor details will be
published later.
All railroad companies on November
20th and 1at willlsell round-trip tick.
ets for one flrst-clas fare, plus 26
Oents, from all point@ to Nashville,
Tenn. Fare for round-trip from Jack.
sonville will be $10 26.
The Official Route.
Southern Railway from Jacksonville
to Chattinooga, nd Nashville, Chat-
tanooga & St. Lot6lfrom Chattanooga
to Nashville. The Florida delegation
will leave Jacksonville Monday, No.
member 20, at 7:45 p. m., arriving at
Chattanoogaat s9:4 a. m., allowing
four hours'stop-over, with ample time
to visit Lookout Mountain. Ohlkao-
mauni Park, etc. Leave Ohattanoooa
at 1:25 p. m arriving at Nashville at
8:55 p. m. The Southern Railway
dining oars will serve breakfast before
reaching Chattanooga.
All persons during to attend this


Uncle Sam is a nickname given to
the American people as a whole, or to
the U'nited States Government as rep-
resenting the American nation. The
nickname, "Uncle Sam," as applied to
the United States Government, I said
to have originated as follows: Samuel
Wilson, commonly known as "Uncle
Sam," was a Government inspector of
meats in Tro), N Y, about 1812. A
contractor, Elbert Anderson, pur-
chased a quantity of provisions and the
barrels were marked "E. A ," Ander-
son's initials, and "I'. S." for United
States. The latter initials were not
familiar to Wilson's workmen. One of
the workmen, when asked what they
meant, answered : "I don't know. un-
les they mean 'Uncle Sam The
joke spread through all the depart-
ments of the Government, and before
long the United State, was popularly
referred to as "Uncle Sam."

"Fighting the Flamee," the moss
coilly and spectaoular amuasemet at
traction ever seen in the South, hk
been secured for the Ireet Floerid
State Fair. to be held in Tampa, No-
vember 15 to 90. This attraetiomn.wa
originally produced at Coney lIsad,
N. Y and proved the greatest draw-
insg card ever seen at that famous re-
sort. The attraction will appear at no
southern city other then Tampa, and
was only secijred by a personal visit of
Psident Rrown to the masage in
New York and at great expense to the
Fair Assoeiation. No aan. womaa or
hel d in Florida should fail to ee
'Fghting h Flam the nor horse
reii.g, which will be the bqtever
*a* n 1' Honrda.

In ar,,:,.r colunin of today's Sun *
ri r- relied a cmrmureation fron
I1n~,, 1 .-L- 0 . 1 P


S.oa v....o. .d.p. I1.sy( rr o chair an OfI sh
eoeviet and desperr a tucatioasl roard of c oato, ar s
S :,eh oru rlxjnl!y appeared in The Jae&
The lnduetrea. N !.t,n o: af : .s n\I', MItr-jolsi of Oestoer 2brd
tobe oued Noved er tA:.t w Mr. lryan correte the fae tJprsO
th only mdl nd rnch g,. w h s,n whch certain people have ,beer
Gaeevelke ad .tiaehua county wl endeavors.altoeret, and ue rth a:
be Pteemawd o W he people th comraS a elear and coneI* --sr tb saim#
fOl and winter I *t wI rll b r e as ad obje*ta ol the bca. There w;
Ia a the printer's art cin meke it. be g O d$eas t eb ep li 1 Sd
nad e areieele wal be writeln bty r C-le .oa Ias Oa )
JeaB O. LaFoetase* aad The sua -eU a -ii -
Ift o be a bsae that wi tie A iar n
pebseit y adven anWat ,i tnhis ik ib $
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des ruslem of former Ib a saros
tedeaqy to dry up ths 0 tree sand
roin the water power.
The sloghter of the forest that act
as oomervators to the water supply
Injure the ideal conditions tbat help to
promote electric power, and the qoes-
tion of the boor is In regard to forest
protection. While the destroetioo of
the flue timber lands and the mano-
factore of lumber may denote progress
and industry, it also has a tedeney to
destroy the forces that supply the me-
ehlnery tIat fornisbes the more con-
convenient electrical power. River*
are being dried up for lIck of water
from bhe creeks that are destroyed,
anad the resort to coal and wood for
fuel to promote electrical plants will
soon eause the business world to look
elsewhere for something to. turn the
wheels of industry.

ABOUT THE BUCKMAN BILL.

The St. Aunaotine Record, in pub-
libsing the letter of Hoe. N. P. Bryan,
chairman of the Board of Educational
Control of the State, precedes the com.
muniletion with the following sensible
editorial comment:
"The Miami Record recently pub-
lished something about the Bookman
school bill and predicted that it would
be repealed by the next Legislature,
whereupon The Jacksonville Metrop.
olis took up the cry and republished
the Miami 'dream,' together with the
statement that there will be strong ob-
jeetions raised to an appropriation for
the new University of Florida.
"This matter of seeoring the right
system of education In the State of
Florida is actually the most important
of the present day. Drainage schemes
and whatever else may be before the
public, are overshadowed when the
education of the youth of the (tate is
op for consideration. It is time that


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MR. MINNIE E. MolAU-,
IVL wife of Judge MAULb W UI "
ueapoli, Minn., and Chaplalt yalI
Mystic Legion of Amerlta, wrtlte
"I suffered for years wih a in
the small / my back and r Sh
It interfered often with my domestio
and social duties and I never -uppoaed
that I would be cured, as the doctor's
medicine did not seem to help me any.
.Fortunatelyar member t ofeOrer
ahdvh me to try P rI a W*l It
sch bhig praise that I decf dd tr It
Although I started in with little faith,
1 felt so much better in a week that I
felt encouraged.
-,I took It faithfully for serw weeks
and am happy Indeed tobe abe my
tat I am entirely cured. Words fail to
express my gratitude. Perfect health
once more is the best thing I could wish
for, and thanks to Peruna I enjoy that
now."-Minnie E. McAllister.
Mrs. Esther M. Milner, DeGraaOhio,
writes:
I was a terrible sufferer from female
weakness and had the headache eoatin-
uously. I was not able to do my house-
work for myself and husband. I wrote
you and described my condition ear
as possible. You recommended runas.
I tool: four bottles and was compaeftly
cured. I think Peruna a weodertul
medicine."-Mrs. Esther M. Miller.
Congressman Thad. M. Mahon, of
Chambersburg, Pa., writes:
"I take pleasure la commeatzo
your Peruna as substantll dadaf and
a od catarrh remedy."-T. M.

Pe-r-na Contais BNo Nauootia.
One reason why Peruna has found
permanent use in so many homesis that
it contains no narcotics of any kind.
Peruna s perfectly harmless. Itcan be
used any length of time without acquir-
ing a drug habit. Peruna does not pro-
duce temporary result. It is perma-
nent in its effect.
As a tonic and nerve invigorator
Peruna has no equal.
It has no bad effect upon the system,
and gradually eliminates catarrh by re-
moving the cause of catarrh. There
are a multitude of homes where Peruna
has been used off and on for twenty
years. Such a thing could not bepo"d-
ble if Peruna contained any drugs of a
narcotic nature.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Ohio. All correspondence held strletly
oonfldential.


MRS. MINNIC E. McALLISTER.


Light an Female Diseases.
What used to be called female diseases
by the medical profession is now called
pelvic catarrh. It has been found by
experience that catarrhal diseaes of the
pelvic organs are the cause of most
cases of fema. diseases.
Dr. Hartman was among the first of
America's greatest physicians to make
this discovery. For forty years he has
been treating diseases peculiar to women
and long ago he reached the conclusion
that a woman entirely free from ca-
tarrhal affection of these organs would
not be subject to female diseases. He,
therefore, began using Peruna for these
cases and found It so admirably adapted
tu their permanent cure that Peruna uaa
now become the most famous remedy
for female diseases ever known. Every-
where the women are using it and prais-
Ing It. Peruna sl aot a palliative sim-
ply; it cures by removing the cause of
female diseases.
Peruna builds up the nerves and re-
storee the appetite and digesUon.
Dr. Hariman has probably cured more
women of female ailments than any
other living physician. He makes these
cure simply by using and recommend-
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TEi GAINEVILT"E SUN: OCTOBlER26,91905'


TIE UNIVERSITY prler is inte.nded to Pj". SOUTHERN
E UNIVERSITY the tax-payers against an ppropria OUTHERN
ti( n on the ground of enormous expeo*
AT 6AINESVILLE A6A
AT AINESVLLEbk. It is the old appeal to the pockes- A
SThe institutions established by the
Important Facts Connected With Buckman bill cost muoh less than the Seaboard Ende
the Important Work.titios supported by the Stae Them From
the Important Worlk. prior to its pa Them rom
In 1903 there were appropriated for
CHAIRMAN N. P. BRYAN EXPLAINS the mainoenanee of tbe institutions
a_____ bolisbed by the Buekman bill, $818,- To Lives of Passe
965 for two year., while under the
NoCaus for Alarm Ha Been Ex-n bill be iitutions e b rac-An
pressed-Board of Control Says if listed thereby are being operated at Suit Which Wil
Plans are Carried Out Florida Will cost to the State of $150,00) for two Florida Bar,
be Proud of Institution. ears, or $18,96 less. Berdee, this The Southern
In the follppropriation of 1908 was not as much Telegraph Coomp
In the following communication toas w asked for by the trustee of the few months have
The Jacksonville lfetropolis, Chair- old institutions, and is mueh less than constroct a Ions
man Bryan explains matters in regard was appropriated by the Legislature. line connecting (
to the new University to be erected at Gov. Jenninas vetoed portions of the onle, nd ar
Gainceville in a very plain manner: appropriations of 1908 because in his outside world, n
In your issue of the 17th inst., under opinion expenditure for college uild- with a great man
the heading, "Will Likely Be a Lively in g were not autborised in a bill pro. the beginning tI
Isnue," it is stated in effect that there hiding for the expenses of the State ,,,,of .,,secin


will be opposition to any appropri-
ation for the University at Gainesville,
and that an effort will be made to re-
peal the Buckman bill at the next
session of the Legislature.
You also speak of the "vast amounts
of money" necessary to be expended
in order to carry put the plans of the
Board of Control. You then quote
from an article in The Lake City Re-
porter, in wlich, among other things.
It is said that the plans submitted by
Messrs. Edwards & Walter, architects,
for the proposed University building
at Gainesville, and accepted by the
Board of Control, call for an expenti-
tureof $1,500,000. Then follows this
statement: "Although the board has
at their disposal only about $40,000.
members state that the construction
of the buildings will begin in Decem-
ber."
You also published a few days ago
another article, purporting to come
from The Miami Record, in which the
elaim is made that it would be better
to return to the system of higher edu-
cation in force at the time the Buck-
man bill became a law, and in which
were mamy appeals to prejudice but
none to reason.
I cannot believe The Metropolis
would knowingly assist in circulating
misleading statements concerning the
plans and purposes of the Board of
Edoeation and the Board of Control in
carrying out the provision relating to
the higher iaetitutions of learning
established by act of the last Legisla-
ture, and therefore, as a member of
the latter board, I write you this let-
ter.
Work to Begin.
The statement that members of the
Board of Control will begin the erec-
tion of buildings at Gainesville is oor-
rest. At a joint meeting of the State
Board of Education and the Board of
Control the funds avai'able were ap-
portioned according to the needs of
the foar Institr ianr. The sum of
$7 ,000was appropriated for the con-
stroation of buildings for the I'niver-
sity at Gainesville. Of this amount
public spirited eitisens of Gainesville
donated 40,000 in eash and bought the
old East Florida Seminary property
from the State for $80,000, which, in
the opinion df the Joint boards, was 64)
per ent more than it was worth, and
beside donated a beautiful site con-
taling 612 acres of Irad. So that of
the appropriation made by the Legis-
latore only 8.(Y will be used for Uni-
versity buildings.
Amounts Appropriated.
It is the expreead purpose of the
board ot to exceed the amounts ap-
propriaed by the State Board of Ed-
Oeatoo aad Board of Control in joiat
aesIoo Ia the ereetio of buildings at
Oalinlille, and if the article quoted
from, as it seems a fair reading of it
would lead oo to believe. mowea that
the Board of Control will begin the
ereetko of bulidilgs to eost $lAAiUJl)l
before the Legislature of 1907 cor-
Svoea, or I it smeas that the Lgislar-
tone at itsea t aseion will be eaked to
make as appropriatiuo of 1.l3o .t,'. ,t
has am exesedigly small If,,crndlinn
in fet The Board of Cotrl 'i*
AonMae deelised to acee- a :in (,f
$l10,01 teadered by M iyor T- ,nln .-!
(ial'vflle ad othren
It is our parpoae to stay *'l '. :.


government, and the appropriation of
$318.965 a passed and approved did not
specifically authorize the erection of
any buildings, but these amount were
"to be used by the trustees for the best
interests of said institution." There
was a deficit of about $20,000, unless
the unexpended appropriation for the
East Florida Seminary can be applied
to the payment of deficits of the other
institutions, and in that event there
will still be a deficit of about $10,000.
Of course, the amount of money now
available will not be sufficient to con-
struet all the buildings needed at the
University, and it will not be con-
tended by any fair-minded person,
with a knowledge of the facts, that the
buildings at Lake City would be suMfl-
eient for a University such as the peo-
ple of Florida, the tax-payers, if you
please, are entitled to have for the
education of their children. The trus-
tees of the old University of Florida,
located at Lake City, applied to the
last Legislature for $70,000 with which
to remodel and improve buildings.
Principal Purpose.
The great purpose of the Buckman
bill is two-fold: First, to withdraw
State aid from so many stroggliug in.
stitutions of learning having insuffi-
cient equipment, inferior courses of
study and of local benefit and reputa-
tions; and, second, to establish in.
stead two splendid institutions of
learning, a university for men and a
college for women, both thoroughly
equipped, with ooones of study of the
highest and beet, efflocnt faculties,
and of widespread reputations.
If this policy Is adhered to there can
be no question but that all the people
will have just cauns to be proud of
their university and college.
No money will be spent without the
approval of the Legislature, so it is un-
necevwary to become alarmed lst tbhe
Board of Control bankrupt the State.
N. P. BaIrA.
DEATH OF 0000D LADY.
Mrs. W. p. Pagan Passed Away Wed.
neaday After a Brief Ilines.
Friends were shocked Wedaeday to
learn of the death of Mrs. Ella ePag n,
the devoted wife of W. I). PFaga,
which oceorreG at aa early hoar Wed.
needy morning, after a brief illme1
which resulted unexpectedly la h
demise.
r)oeesed was aboot forty yetr of
age. She wu born in tbis soeaty, eer
Windsor. where she spot her girhboed
days. and where as a slld bhe wa a
general favorite with all. Orowlig in-
to womanhood she bwesma peeossm d o
a most charitable, sweet dispositlom,
which retained the frieodalip ade as
a child, and no one who kaew ber
eoold help but admire her for bthl
Christian disposition. he wa a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs F. A. Bell.
Aboot seen yearn ago deeseed wma
marred to W. D PagaW of this Ity.
and has *snee raided hbre. fte is sur
r vivl by a hosbai d a*d one build, a
Slittloe n. tn whom thel symthy of
Ith eommouity s eotended
The remain will be takes to Provi
denre thr morning. where the femrall
will eo hell the luatranwel triag lo
the I'rjvdrMens bIryliag g8ead.


Some PinF One.


6pprePetiorn, and hw wi -at )-jAb, The #I ward b"t. ablibt eoghmlmes
galhered from anything that was sad we1 of tsae6ville. are pod PMS
"t the Ati E of the burd ttia a farmeranO.d OW havete mu o esb
.IPejltodre of this amuiln wUa con.: ~ ,e st ~ ma -
templatee I onem 086 614 rollia harase am musS
PbL filbberise at". however. wes isa &
The Plain ofh aSb lt were o ab- haMirk. O and ser6 Wh ~ a
"* The %Me Sof u W e CM~ s&W ave pmbiy the is" ~ S
184084d to be puImmat". eo that lally theU6at1. sbe pias" omteg sude
heium6, mbsme im-- -ewsuud b eha t l e feetot ba TeMet ions
'Caik9WA1 G- med tawlare to- phto he"wspa"g" ed seI asbe&.
00",fe be PO ophed eM so &W aloft of ~ ofew embe b
MWOW is I" Womofte. NYW AhM6M "VI~
'be w a ft am e pslw.


BELL

IN IN CHECK

avon to Prevent
irouing Tracks.

r 18 HAZARDOUS
angers, and Also to
iterating Injunction
I be Watched by the

Bell Telephone and
Smy, who for the past
Sbee endeltavnring to
g distan-,' telephone
Oainesville and Jack-
ough JaLcksonville the
Neme to lie meeting
y diaadv tages. At
how eletr kted to the
a ri iht-i)'.way were


U y U a sep -- - -- g
slow; the oontrectoredela 1e the work
for some time on amount of failure to
deliver poles, and other obstlales have
been placed in way of ht work, not-
withstanding that the ii thernl Ifell
Company have been an' \,is to push
the same.
But the latest obstr 't in comes
from Starke, and is in thr nature of a
bill of injunction prohibit m, the cross-
ing of the tracks of the aboardd Air
Line at that place. Stark. i4 the firnt
point at whiah it has l.erome neoes-
sary for the wires of the -,uthern Bell
to cross the tracks of the- Seaboard,
and that great corporatinln, through
its attorney, has eamued to be issued
from the oudge of the Eighth Judicial
Uireuit a writ of injunction, upon the
grounds that the erossini of the wires
of the Southern Bell T.lephone and
Telegraph Oompany may inirfereewith
traffic, and may endan r the lives of
passengers on said road
The outcome of thil in i notion will
be awaited with oonsiderible interest
by those Interested, and tihe members
of the profession throughlit the State.
Attorneys for the South. rn liell can-
not understand the satti'lle taken by
the Seaboard at this aritcular point,
since they declare that i, objection
has ever been made iin anilar cases
elsewhere.
Attorney J. E. Futeh if, Htark" is
pressing the case for itie, Seaboard, P ,...m.
while Attorney Evans lliile of this
eity represents the South-rn Bell.
REYNOLDO-GIDDINOS.
Marriage of Two Former Young
Gainesvlle People in Rome, Ga.
ThrneRom Tr of rent date TP
bears information of tlie marriage of
Min Elisabeth Reynolds of l.o An-. orld
geles, California, and Horece (iiddings Troy
of Atlanta, whleb happy event no.
eorred in St. Peter's .plscopal Church ('eludbss
on the afternoon of October 14. ab
The eoatreting parties are well
known her, where they spent their Brwway
youth. Mr. Oiddlnp Is the son of the
late Dr. ad Mrs. Oiddiags, and for
the poet two or three yean has held a ge*derie
reeposable poltion with the Armour, HnrLly
PasklagOompany. The bride is the.
dalhter of Mr. and Mr. Ruth key- I'Sk MIl
molda, who aeo resided here for som I
time, Mr. Reynolds holding a clrleal
position with the UnltedtStates land The Str
ofnoe.
The Tribone states that Mr aod Mrs.
Oidl(sp will make their future home
Ia AtlIta. Their nmnrous friend
boe wish them much happine* in the
STh e
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Comtieaen to Gain. teral
Peoaeoa (et. M. -Fear ew eca.-s the
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tssi seabbr of am- ta ad the A tion (
HeS Lof a-hs11 T eor, are now
onder tri tent ea e, Bu n i
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etllei a heerful. an I lei6 iatl the
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and so deotke us ie rord up to
soo tda. Y.-ilay there were
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' Window Displays a Part
Waists, Practical and
Tempting Style- Saxony
Embroidered Cashmeree.


of the Life.
Dressy, In
Flannel and


.. By/RENE DEVERAUX.
At any ratee e old tnie idesi tllat to
sta d In rout of a shol, window and
gase at Its conlltents WIl a Umark of
provincialism nu longer apples to
"little old New York." (ertllnly here
' old Now Yorkers land the stranger
within her gates gatler together to
look and admire. 'his le not to be
Wondered at, however, for in no other
I a the windows a more artistic arrange-
S ient of fishlofiale npimrel.
'Thias seanoin miH.e.lN to excel any pre-
S vous one in Its lcharling variety of ln-
divklduil winlats, a fasRlloin too praetlClt
to be cally supersetded. Moreover,
S wall n trifle warmer than those of
the thinne.t lingerie materials are be-
gilling to feel comfortable these crisp,
cool nlornlingf.
Exclusive waist houses and waist de-
lpartments of department stores have
ready made and are making to order
practlcal shirt wants of Saxony flan-
Del that launder Ho well as cotton
fabrics. Some of the smirten t of thlee
are In small stripes and checks on a,
white background fnsteued with medl-
am six l pearl button down the front
and finished with a stitched pocket on
the upper left side.
Cashmere, henrletta and nun's vell-
S tag In soft pastel shadpe are again


TAX RETURNS ARE 00 LOW.

State Examiner \Discovers that Prop
Returns Are Too Small.
Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 24.-State
Exanindr of Public Acounts finds tiat
the property of Shelby county is giv.
cn In at abmot half its real value to
the tax offlcqrs. It is shown that there
Is an increase in valuations in 19061
over last year of $199,253. The valu-'
ations in 1904 were $4,576,974.
These facts were brought out by an
examination of the books of the offl-
cers of tae county, Just finished by Mr.
Gorman. It is found that Judge of
Probate A. P. Longshore had made a
mistake against the state of $36.35,
and Tax Collector J. H. Robertson $10,
both of which amounts were remitted
at once. Ihe other officers whose
booas were examined were Tax Asses.
sbr J. H. Pitt, Superintendent of Ed-
ucation J. O. Dorrough, Sheriff R. F.
Oox, Clerk J. R. Lyke, ex-Clerk J.
P. Pearson.
Shelby is one of the best counties
in the state, having several lines of
railroad, valued In 1904, at $1,941,261,
with other public utility valuations as
follows: Telegraph lines, $74,722; tele.
graph, $14,923. Besides this it has
$195,310 In water company values.
With all these and a'ntmber of fur.
nOces and other Iron works, it is seen
that the lands are given at a very low
figure, especially as they are in many
cases underlaid with valuable mia.
jrals.
Woman Charged with Pickpocketing.
Atlanta, Oct. 24.-After shadowing
the "woman in black" who was be.
lived to be the female pickpocket,
and the leader of the gang waich
robbed a number of people in the city
last Friday. Detectives Simpson and
Lanford and Patrolman Roberta arrest.
ed, In the Kimball house, yesterday
Mrs. Henry C. White, and placed
her In the female detection ward at
the police barracks. At the same tine
they arrested a young man who gave
his name as Charles Gray. When
searched, Mrs. White was found to
have $244 nid on her clothing, (lone
up In five packages, and the officers
believe this In a part of the money
which they made so many rich hauls
while the president was in Atlanta.

Cures Winter Cough.
J. E. Over, 101 North Main street,
Ottawa, Kan., writes: "Every fall It
has been my wife's trouble to eatell a
severe sold, aod therefore to cough all
winter long. Last fall I got her a bot-
tie of Horehound Syrup. She used it


A MODUW3 TAVrrWA MILK WAITr, jand has been able to sleep soundly all
e'ornuously impular. TIstelt' re dalnU. night long. Whenever the oough trou-
Ly trimmed with lureo ItnLrtlng or bit of bless her, two or three does stop the
;0 hand emlbroltery, slid the expert nlltdle. eough, and she is able to tm oll and
woman whi, o tle dlrm uay buy a well." 25o, 50 and $1. Sold by W. M.
plainly fiihibolned want, adding the lit- Johnson.
tie smart touuchna in thli wiay of hand -....
S work. Consumption of Natural Gas.
An ex uiw-ligly effer tie waiMt, aud Washington, Oct. 24.-An Impor.
by the, wity. ,itilte, lmii'xl.ilve, wnr tant report will shortly be issued by
sadtt of whitr iU'li'M selling will the Unitedl tate geological survey
Sbunrbeus of tutkks both bhck iatid front. on natural gas an Itts prdouctlon and
Between tlie tut-ksi oi ellheir tide 7. -.i eonsurmptlon. It will show that n
e all hand embruleidrd satut in la pirt- 1904 the United states produced I|
t ty sbhale of blue. The etiffs were dwtl, twr cent of the world known output
and finely tut.ckeid, ad ia uk I el stlck gass, the value being $38.49.760.
S witl ft blute .llk hIe hddeld a It 1 tur satee--PenMl ylvaala, West Vir.
omls1 tt110 h th11. I gi1la. Ohio and lndlanal-pfoduoed $3.3

T, downWl' tilsw ik. wh'lh il N.llnect morl p> 'r tent of the output Ia the Unite
Spopulr then ever. adnitr of' main l sttesHI Pe'nnylvania leading with 47
rchannltli wayI of trinlliang whkf a per cent of the whole amount.
wonlltd otherwise bn linilwalultel. Thi.
fet w s.ll deinI.st.rmat In ai dirwesy Makes Homely Women Pretty.
white' ti fst tii st i nshose c"hartn war Nn woman, 1111 llatterr how regular
It novel trlnisitlll Thlm ,onailmld of h r freatre., may b be, can bt called
a thI littllh .-itinart It front fiornued of protly. if hIr ooniplerion is bad.
ywir of 124. l4,.. a1rti lru ardtld whihh Ornei Imtxative Fruit Syrup aids di.
atu trufltit rr were bis gtion and clears sll w blotched
ties'* is( the Nilk filt.-sh.eil suts mealvp-i ,
ly Ini four nt. Hs e.'h ili.s w.hl a aux. -eompleliuns by Stnmulating th04 liver
goti11' ofu .sift h1tle. ttrffe.t Thbm and buwels. otriuo lazatave Fruit
eiutlire yoke e'ff't rextemdt'l well down Syrupdo** not nausaaitl r IrlgW, and
to Ih, .it N li t in frmt. givin a ulite m il mild d pleasant t take IKemem.
.. s.ai tr t. -te I ber the ae Ortso p)in rsetI relfue to t so.
bnI dtl ql.,tlldl~v.c l t...., nl..d h.rmltnalll i^ t .11."
brewid s aistldwlsnuepel terinatd p&a muo, sttabete. J W McCollum
In (the IA'ok lu t a isho t qttlare' yioke The A &
alriveti sre it adse witlh lpllil ,1, e _uff_
1llll0tsh h at ti (top with twoe %rtWgpood-. -
tiS tis 1ine4'1w Ie, ni Ilh hitl G EO.S.If ACK ERi SObN
l.Ingeorl wnt ldts itf antke.r, hlief line
and otlwier ihs r fahbrls witll he wornl MAILNPACT'lKKILS OF
during the whltehr with the l tlrw gown I
anid for Indtinr litlrit wr '. o be tWmrn
with th#ce. PIlk niderlllils. tio give #ad.
d-ltihinl wanrth, nmay I* fotulnd rl dy
Insad Tne"l w are Inab tout out In blei
thik iu it pretty *hait t f lavenr er.
but ith I n orre sserally wolr-




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(.. w. w.,. .s.,.lo'e.. .ia.. 'and Building Mateial,
S ae ee daeghtr lad eh:. an fee('H A LO .
for three tehs; hI t.et.1 t ,' a d tFe. verAtLE.TON, .
"bn that Wi"d help her t t uI o Se e*h bCe r aiJ
Ierbine. Hi stes willnit kerv hoeo,

t% iot it". Sld b y W.M .J h ... A
*r. Adves 1a T : G & LA.SS.

Advertise In The Su u Lx CZ. Rrir_-


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The O1est Whiskey House in Georgia


013 11 SUARPI WILLIAMS
Pur-e fln' old rye. ly the- nalosi $ 3 0
Foar IUul art $~3 61.
AXPUG\ZA PREPAID1

4110. J. t1LEI.14
Pore Polnepyivants 11 Rieh and
wellov. By thr iVeslin 1275. Four
full qoerts $))
RXXI'RL4.sI 'lEPAIIl

ANVIL Irs
Pear* @ullsali~al family wh;.tkey By
the gaLbos $2a. isar full quart.
12 Ok v EXPRL-4 PKKP#4II

vUr nVIKrTi
bythegawloa.n It3F-vir ft0:1quart.
*L IKOTL CIC (OW as XPRK%4S PREPAYID
Diror fromt bsod&4 wV&PA loe I
&ad od. By Ihopa lmsb t0 0 OW MU T 2BC LUB
Four ftll 'iuYWf W$1 g-Oer w f=*low- MYte gm)lou 81
fee r to II qua~rts 82 W.
?'XPR3SMfhA ID 1 IPKZLN PREPAID

we bagu S0T Ie the b n yet bleaskd Burboda t. wliapsm10 jn mr.
Iot MA wslel MY. yun tm fs $0111111 *a Y ou prarchave. 'end ftu pnc
lastl Uld eamiqe. ItueqsqpMi
111 1 LTMATE F ATAU LIQdOt COMPANY,
3akm a#*, % 0 S S-II MI ac ALA"


NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
Under and by virtue of a decree made and
rendered by the Honorable J. T. Wills. Judge
of the Circuit Court for the Eighth Judicial
Circuit of Florida. In and for Alachus county.
in chancery mlttiiK. on the bth day of Septem-
her. A. D. 1ft. In a certain cause pendinrt I
said court wherelu Andrew Jolly is complain-
ant and John S. Alket and Garrett S. Smith
are defendants, the undersigned. C. H. Laytos ,
as Special Master In Chancery In said aaol.
will offer for sale and sell to the hilheat iad
btlt bidder, for cash. at public out-cry, on
Monday. November tlh. A. D. 191 the sa-e
being legal sale day. during the legal hours of
sale. In front of the court housedooratGaln-W
villle. Alachua county. Florida. the foilowlin
piece., parcels or tracts of land. situate, lying
and being In the county of Alachua and Start
of Florida. and decribed ai follow towit:
The South half (0) of the Northwest quar-
ter ('4) of Section Sixteen (It). Township
Nine (). South of Range Twent.yTwo (1)
East. together with all the tenements, herel-
ditarnents and appurtenanees to the Iisa be-
louging or in Itn wise alpyirtaining.
C. H. LAYTON.
Special Master.

NOTICE FUR PUUIlJCATION.
Land Oftice at Ualnesvlile. kla.,
('tober 16t. viaS.
Notice is hereb yliven that In compjance
with thte pro\ i ons of the Act of Congref of
June :1. I;r. entitled ".n Act for the sale of
timber lands In the .state of C.'illftrnia. Ore-
gon. NevadAl. and Wushiihlton Territory." as
extended to all the public latrd Stutes by Aot
of August 4. 1,14. John D. Luther of kiJ Town.
county of Lalf'aette. State of ilorida. hia
this day iledt in thi ctiore his sworn stitemdnt
No. 2ai. for t e purchase of ttie Su ofr Sw4
,sec. i, and Nw' .of Nw't of r'clion No. 15In
Tow nslhip Not. I S ,K. ie No 1:1 E. Han willoffer
proof to show that tie lunld soiuiht is more
valuMale for its timber sr stone I itn for agri-
culturdl Iurposes. and to, e'Cstliish hil elaim to
said luna before ilt liser and Hiereiver at
Uainesvlle. Florlda. it \Vednctuiy.cu tle 27th
day ofl ecember. I ss.
iHe name :m witnesses' Daniel LancaAter,
John f. Hougans, 'l .J. goodwilll. Jalrnes A. iar-
ber, all of old Town. Flu.a.
A.y and all l~er.nans ,laimulnig ulversely the
above-descrlbed lanirs re requested to tile
their elailmu in this ol(mce on or before sald Kith
day of December. luws.
Pd W. ;.. R(IOINso)N. Register.

NOTICE I)R PU'HLICATION.
Land Office at GainesvUle. Fla..
October 12. I4b.
Notice Is hereby live'n that In compliance
with the tprovliluna of tie Act of Congres of
June Ih3;. entitled "An Act for the sale of
timber lands In the States of California. Ore-
gon. Nevaitl. aHid Wa bhlntonTq'erritory a
extended to all the public land States by Act
Of Autlust 4. IPt. Thomas A. T"hompson of
Wade county of Alachua. State of kj'orkda
as tha dav tiled In this office his sworn atLe-
m1ent No t4 for the rPlrebase of the Y% of
J41 of Section No. 3, iu Township No. S.,
IRanle No. ItI. l and will offer proof to show
that the lald sught iL more valuable for Its
Umber or stone than for a&ricu;tural purKposeMt
and to establish hls claim to suld land before
M*istler anrr Hecceie usi'alnr -.vie. Fla n
saturday, the Ztrd an) of I 5eemsaer. l1:&a
He names ais ltnese EK. A. th~teen. C M.
Beeh. John steel. J.IJC e~E ()*,tle'i all of
Willeford., l.r
Any and a:l person ra'islniri: adversely the
abovvelslesribed1i lands a,' reiao.ntedl to die
their clainus In thli ofthe ,o or Ibefore said trd
day of Decetmber. litt.
pd \V. t;. H)lNS)N. Reg'ttter.

NOTIcEl' Fu ( 'I ILlt NATION.
Iand omcfe at &alncsvlIle. Fa..
Sellteretitr Tl lAs
N tilcee bereb) rlacn that the foUowlrn-
Ramed settler ham niled notice of his antentioi
LoU) ake fiin e it.)f in sIfr-'rt of hit
clalm. and that said 1Irof will be mLae before
Leirsttr and Hecelver :t I;'isr,ehe. 'Via.. on
November l'. I* .t. yvi
JIWPre I. KIas of orlt Town. J'a..
Hilt .1?1 & fotr Ithe Sw ts f .% se W
of New's AN ..~s .e I %i N., e.
lie nams the foilowir, w tns,,..e, to pDroe
his cov'tlnuo:j r'idel'e,. ulm, *: r cultlvatoa
of saki lanta. at
Thomas Keen. J Keen. lc, rv StLeeon
Jamew '.Anuion, als! .f t-I! ,,wn vi a.
pd W. i.. .RKtslNON. igister

A DMINISTRATKIX '* NOTICK
To the Heirs IArtatrels. I.stl.riutepad('red-
Itelr of th' e ..t te of A. 4ir; lrer snd
All lerlwr.n e Wblao tI Notice May Cor.
oern"
Ye wll take notice that I4x imriths agft
the aI r publ4eaUto of thil noetle. I. d ade
a.trits of the estate of AE arran. de e
4e. wtI pretesCt to the HoLeN. U. uMle
t('slry Judle In andt for Airc aecoanty.St~te
of rnrlidr at accounts l sucb a4i(taI4mj.
trial and nfin report and wl.I thlea anthem
a'.k r, fIlL. !L .chaitge a.W .a,,b admhI ltraltu.
I,. A'M rTEI L HMYVAN.
Adwie-trt-t .: t.te state ofl A. K yaryr
M-----
NOvnc
Nt.. ti brebTv Iti.en itat after ta IBieLC
fc e bI^ t l ..ed accoturag to law. fri s
month. I wu rwna ay ar aeoaumto Iou I.
s.. eaons esaty edg of Also ha 8.
worela and ask tlt miy a co nm be apeC -
Sa atd k tfo Blar .Uth.lhaure-
WAITr+l, r.TND My.
.A 4dlaeao Atato ti MaIac I i
L~esseg 5. tPa,
A ^'S*0 asersens <*f *^assMe ,l


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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS&

MASTkR'S SALE.
Under and by virtue of a decree of foreelta'
ure of mortgrae mate anil rendered os t
ltb day of Septembler. A L). IuV. by the Horf-
orable J Wils. Judge of tte Circuit Cors
for the Elghth Judcial Circuit of FloMdas a
and for Alachua county, whereto J. LI-
Donald. A. W. McDonald sad L IH. MeDor
partner trading under the firm name and atyO
of the McDonald Lumber Company. are eOm-
plainants. and C. F Dorman is defendant. a
Henry Hanmey" Is claimant. 1 have levied 3a_
and will sell at public outcry. at Pa-ad.
1lorida. where the iropertv Is situated. n
Monday. the tth day of Novenmer. A. D. 1O1.
between the legal hours or sale. the same be-
Inl legal ales day. the following described
property towit:
I eO H. P. boiler.
I lltl Adams engine.
I safe-feed rl' sa '.
I sing cut-off sw.
hand feed riph aws.
I band saw.
And one turmlng lathe and feet of rougb
and dressed lumber as the property of the d.
fendant. C. F. Dorman. to sadisfy and par the
salddecree. Termscash.
This d day of October. A. D. 1905.
C. H. LAYT'ON.
Special Mister In Clancery.


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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER 26, 1905 7


PRESIDENT ARRIVES IOZLEY'S owS.v OCAW o
Government Will Stand
New Municipal"
AT MONTGOMERY LEMON ELIXIR 'u.shing.on. Oct. 24
for wnich the United S
Lment will act as *pons(,:
Spends Sunday inHistoric City LIVER ated next month In lout,
spends Snda LIVE sites which now are an a
of St. Augustine, Fia.. hTOIIH, waste. Names already 1
I0OWELSl sen for them-Helblrn
KIDNEY*. who officially is to be ere :(
6HORT SPEECH AT MONTGOMERY o offlcialy i to beer,
later. The two towtis
The inventor of the famous "TER- miles apart. Sales of I
Party Will Spend Several Days in Ala.
RELL SCRAPE," a man known wher- be conducted under gom
bama; from There They Go to Littlever plow are old nd ued, ays: spices on the days the to,
Rock, Ark., and The:ce to the Cres i. The lots will be so!ll
cent City "I have used MOZLEY'S LEMON est bilded. WHhile the cr
ELIXIR for 10 or IS years in tmy a desert, it is expected t
Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 24.-Presi.- amly for the stomaeb. liver and kit- irrigating canals which
dent and party arrived at 11:07-five ners, and and it t the best medicine 1 ment is conu.tructing at
minutes ahead of time--rom Jackson. have ever used. It is also a sure st css of $3.0,0.000 will I
elflc for pain in the back or under the
ville, Fla., and delivered a short ad- boulder I have recommended it in productive. The towns
dress of greeting from the rear plat- numerous cases to n workmen. when the recently constructed
form of his special train, and wasa ick and unable to work, sed it hat at- Oregon Short Line rallro.
greatly cheered. wkys given perfect Msatlctlon. H. D.
ilyTERRELL. Preent Atlanta Plow Only Stole $100,000 Say
Co.. Atlan.&"
Enters Alabama In Early Morning.
Ozark, Ala. Oct. 24.-The presi O1ZLEY'S LEION ELIXIR. CunliT'. th exHpress rob
dent's special train, after its run from interview in a local paper
St. Augustine, crossed the line from ----- -- -- e took the odd $1,000 wit
Georgia to Alabama today and the par. GOVERNOR'S MANSION BURNS. c.iarged In aditlon to the S
ty will be kept hsy within the borders age and states that his ol
of this state kuntl tomorrow night. Missouri's Executive and Family Have to Bridgeport was to o
S t.Narrow Escape from Flames. ment on one of the oyster
All through the early morning hours .1h.f rsnn ('iy. o.., r. 2 I.- Th, Bridgeport fleet a plan tl
when the train was making 1ts way to-
wer the train wr making l tG., way to- e rnor's Mnns!on at .Jifferson City treated by the fat that th
ward Mobile, from Valdosta, Ga., after dane to the it.t (f
a few minntea' stop In the late part of b fire thi m ng at clock notwrk on ccout
the night, the special train ran slowly ,rnor Folk, his wife and giiests had tro_
on a schedule arrange dto insure the quarter at a nearly hotel. -
president a maximum of rest during Go%,rnor Folk, who %as aroused by
his sleeping hours. the cradling of the flaiim, telephoned l
Under the program arranged for toto the fire department and then at
day the president will reach Mobile at tempted to extingsh the flre. burning
4:30 o'clock tali afternoon, and will re.n the second story hallway, with t N
maln there two hours, during which fire extinguishers. This proved Inef
time he will make a speech ad be tak. fecve, and after seeing hi wifean When ou fee lan
en on a drive about the city. their five guests were safely out of nervous and irritable
Leaving there, his train will proceed the mansion, the governor devoted him. tality is low-your
,or Tuskegee, where his special is self to saving the portraits of his pre nerve energy exhan
scheduled to arrive early Tuesday decessors In office, pending the arrlv. 'our system running
morning after a lay-over at Montgom of the firemnn. The fire Is believed lack of power,
cry froui nlinight until 7:;0 a. m. to have started from a flue in the :all The organs of the
SCruiser Awaits President. way. After more than an hours Is. working poorly, or i
New Orleans Oct. 24.--T.ie armor. or, the fire was txtinguished and youl are not gc
erer The mansion was erected in 1872 at nourishment needed.
cruie resident nth rnia. hi vsit a cos of 75.m00. Since then freqtunt impoverishes the blo(
to Noe president north after his visit appropriat:osn. have been made by the. stead of throwing ol
to Ntew Orleans, arrived off the mouth legilature and the Improvements ani purities, distribute,
tt river at 7 o'clock today and an.- rnislng. hlv' wst $75.000 nore. thUg the body 1
ared. t e dob700through the body. T
... The loss is filly c flered by Insturance. disease and misery.
Seven Men Drowned F d th nrv
Beverl, N. J., Oct. 24.-A launch New German Ambassador. Miles' Nervin, a nr
containing ten men. all of Philadelphia. Berlin. Oct. 24.-The retirement of nerve medicine, that
collided with a barge in the Delaware Count Von Alvensleben. tCe German an strengthen the n
rther, of this place, resulting in the aubasadlor at St Petersburg and the an s t
drowning of seven of the occupants of apponltment of Hi#,rr Von Schoen lately see how quickly you
the little boat. The other three were mlr:lter of Oermany at Copenhageu. strong and vigorous.
rsoeOd by tIhle crew of the tugboat wer,, announced today Herr Von IMy wife offered with
rDvol to recent stta,
ristol, wnhic was towing the barge Schotn Is 50 ) yars old Ili most im- ever. t nafto hr tr ov
ves the accident happened. Those portant service was at Paris, where t "t, soae fucb wobe
rescued are Captain John Winch. own be was secretary of the embassy for nty1 nervous whti the I
S1heI w vwas 'T re us at
or of the launch; W. F. Rissell and C. seven years. Captain Von Alvensl- never had a lood iShtSh
Watherford. ben was an attache In Wabihaton to su eco rMile' Nr vinno
the early seventle, &ad alaistr there Mnd by a friend. Aft
Full of Tragic Meaning three doo she had a I
from 1l84 to 1883. He retireoa o rewt, and at the *ad of the
Are these lines from J. H. Simmons count of age aId different heat. treatment she was wod
of sel., Is. Think what might hare Ped. Continuod use of,
ccocmgleted her entire cure,
rolled from hib terrible cough if he 1TTi
Md mot take I he medicine about C AT O R IA Mll Cw St.. &v
whiob be writes: "I had a fearful cough MCIStIA wMII Ihe lls l.e at!
M4-e3enl whowill eIr
l at distbrbed my nilht's res. I tried f O IJhate au Cbl wl und ew asy.
, oylhlgo. but nothing would relieve T Y MU M Kdkil Co, El
uatll I took Dr. lking' New D'eoy- u I p 3 1
for ooasomplon. ough* and eoldo, Dean the
Lo-b .ompleietg ored me In0a-t- a o
believes m ad persaB ,tly car all W. H. SIBL
iand lunr deees ; pretventergrip PH Y8ICA 1 A NA D
Spsamonlia. At all dra lte; Steamer Launched at Chattanoer.
j teed; I0s ad 1.0t). Tra (bo- Ouattagmtioa I
Dorouhby K Jamn a eteel steamert t:J s5 rl.lb
bollt here wa launched thls ar. whbmaevrmWeersueaWtM
lita. abl wa an can r rurtcd by *alp O a P ortier B1'&. its **.
1esl ille Realty wrtabt.s rnartd frone tl* 0t Oao U .aI
Vwa obeve b.-,n at work for three ..--. -
S ., -oth. lThn tist only draw ta J
.akes be, lasr twwsr enrmeta t tom
f ur large tart. Rhbe will be e
CapitaI S.,**. t ta*e materia to the oantarters far
- leek aad dam at lHale' bur.

s and Sells An.ete t for S aer. ,4 L W
OlevelaaJ. O. Otn 24 -A- lty 7l
Estate...... .. n, ..o, ,, s Because the e a
Reuse msa Aeeortm; Broker. I. 3. lee*ker. owned by the GOle ae a


lbuteew; Fire md Life Tifportatto %apen y olf ts t in t he lnd for the
I.. I m w. aot bee beard from stise t1e
is own- a 1" 'rseY ^i aHebr Ask you dealer
S I*iite fr 1" o rtr. "em for 'lt" If
wks Ne ud..,lag .estTewr. ** "Sunny Jim" Shoe
*4 a ,so w. . 9Wransiwt oo Mtting it.


N DESERT.
Sponsor for
I' Nil towns
zo1~e'rn.-
he itcrc-
'II


(Ier f t first!


Aur I i. cqivt
"I I IVA 9W Ill
S2:IliIc' It an-
I-' art,'terect.
I ,)the .aigh.
:1111 Is 1now
I'me' groat,
I (t't in ex.
v A~ it N4I)
itc tit of hv
i.1


s Cunliffe.
i atr (tGeorge
r. ill ai Ib )ll
i t'lisn that
ih which Ile Is
100,0l00 pack.
'jiect In going
'ain employ.
r hoats of the
..it was frus-
Sboata were
f some labor



d

US
ii iI, tired,
, votir Vi-
"tIply of
'tetl, and
down for
1,ody are
1.t at all,
.'timg tlhe
I his soon
',I and in-
t the ir-
it all
his brings
with Dr.
ve food, a
nourishes
erve and
Swill get

I of t'phold
r7 from the
, and -old
Ia t tt'ilre .
night nnl
a r'.t "t.e
I arut W,.'k


I 6 lt the
rrun Im, o
O Kit.n.
..vMU.. Ind.
p .Y yrour
It fas. he
hart, Ind


,EY,
UilOGEN.

l -o.f-...of
MaibaBt. P.
g.


o the bet


for the
and in*


IL DATI&r hrlr
Mm AOSTRACBSTRT & RALlY COMPAnY
VOl SALZAi
OI ""a r
,icu- kaE.E.VOYL LMGL.L
at a a m V. I Our s
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La. I Wm mi
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Cur., Cholera Imftump
Dimrhoca, Dyseisy. m td he.
Bnwel TrouMa .1 CNI~ u ol
Rny Ago. Aihb D4t*s
Reullate the bows, S&rNth
4is the CMhld ma MAWlC
ly at r. gist, S mor 25ca NT. D, S 469 fix.
M400?er I HoeRate no lom1 bw t ev te ah*eath and Ie ef
060N..W uvn n 2 tsomha"o anwde oa.
tl~ Ihot olt~ ur~I~ A~ b" dn~f ehlldaeav
THE- AL UA C T ABSTRACT 0 O8, I.

I ITHE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO,, Inc..


1Te qtiestionl
of Title the
tirut consid.
Prae:on f or
the investor.


ErSTA IlI.IHr) 1 ,
Renderl rheliatcti l services of every sort along the line of
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
A Isthus county.
SPE(IALTIEN: Abstraets of Ti'tl.w; Tax nale N sremht
A.geuts for NonKReildent ILaid Ot Anem; I'lalt of Coeatlks,
Tow n, Etc.


Seferp.,neo I: First Notlu, iml 1,1o of t inolie. H. F.


OUR


OBJECT


Id advertising is to convince you that YOU ought to
have ,t bank account, an

kept in THIS BANK
to our tlepsitors.


We otter ABSOLUTE SAFETY


Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
New Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR-PROOF
SAFE. with our Officers Bonded, with Fire and Burglar
Insurance, your money and valuable papers are safe
with u.

FOUR PER CENT Interest lPid on Time
Deposits.


The BANK of ALACHUA
Alachua,, Florida.


tCmin Right to the


Pon '


There's no us, trying to
foist adtllterated whinkiet,
brandies or winter* on the
Public. It'll do for awhile
--a very short while. Wt
have no iuclinution to at-
tempt it even once. We
take pride in the purity of
our stock, and our p)rits--
meaQsOr for meturte, qual.
it for quality-will con.
vifce y oti t there advuntuge
'f 0 of buying hemns.


Ocala House Wine Rooins,


Ocala,


YOUR


- Florida.


MONEY BACK


-If the (xoodl Don't HSit
THAT IS OUR MOTTO AND WE LIVE UP TO IT.

Iy WNrI Mm QI IAI-

Copper JntilI$. .01 N. C. White' . .. $1
Queen City ...... .2 O
ony South. N. C. Better ...
ot E0get... 0 . r 0.
Al-Ige..... oo N.C. nne ..... o
4E001 Imure Vally a oo 0





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THE GAI .. ..:... UN: OCTOBER 26, 1905.
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THE OAiNESVILLS SUN: OCTOBER 26, 19o


8


Home


Made


Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis

cuit home-made. They will be fresher,

cleaner, more tasty and wholesome.

Royal Baking Powder helps the house

wife to produce at home, quickly and eco-

nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised

hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer-

cake, crisp cdoies, crullers, crusts and

muffins, with which the ready-made food

found at the bake-shop or grocery does

not compare.

Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps.


ROYAL BAKING POWDLA CO., N9W YORK.


S EWS OF CITThe numerous friends In this ely of
S OF ITY AN Bruce MeOollum will regret to learn
of the young mua's illness. He was
SCOUNTY CONDENSED strlcken with appendicitis, and is be-
eame necessary to have an operation
i, perforated. The operation so far has
I iat s of general IntereGt Gath. proven quite a success, as the patient
S O. esting eailly, and It is hoped he will
be out again in a few days.
S, In ending hib suobsription to The
S PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITIMS Twioe.a.Week Son, P. H. Westgaard,
who is now at Beuna Vista with his
What Has Happenedand What is Going son.in-law, R. B. Fie, Informs us
to Happen Told in hort Paragraphs that Mr. Fickle and himself are going
so That "He Who Runs May Read" Into the business of supplying Miami
it In The un. with stove.wood. He says Miami Is a
bue place, that he sl enjoying good
rro w auetf's Daoly Swn : health, and la rid of the cough he had
0. W. Harrison of Hague was trad. when he le here.
lag la the eity yesterday. P ero Wedmr 's Dado WS.y m:
BH. 8. Sutton of Hiakory Bluff was F. B. Heter of Evinston was n the
trading la the city yesterday. city yesterday.
Mrs. Moaro Venable of Kanapaha Mr. W. Mllieln and so. of
wi shopplig In the ealt yIltertay. Waldo were n the el yes terday.
V!, U bo plal In the oil Yesterday.
S Ms. ar. f. L. Motgomery of MIesaopy J. L.Bhaw of Alashea was among
w ashopplag In the ity yesterday. the visitors toO isMvillie yesterday.
Te aboppers wanted at 14 eants per Oysers In every style at Simon's
tie. D. Barro., Jr., Weama, Fla. Restaurant. opposite Thoa' stables.
S Mr. Mad Mrs. A. f. Banes of Oyril Tam H. sato and daughter of Ala.
were among those who visitd Oaines* hua favored Gaineaville with a visri
vill Monday. yeaerday.
A. U. Hllleary and J. J. barr of W. 0. Lindsey of Wannee was in the
Mieanopy were among the visitors to ity yesterday and made The Ban offloe
Oalneeville yesterday. a plelaat call.
Mrs. W. A. Striekland and daughter, For a square udeal at reasonable
Mils Marle, of Paradis, were In the price go to Jetf 8mon's, opposite
aity yesterday on a shopping tour. Thomau' stables.
Mrs. D. B. Lynn of Brooker has r.e T. R. Pickets, who is engaged in the
turned home after a pleasant visit t saw mill bolases near Newberry, was
Mrs. J. J. rton, North Galnesville. in the city Isterday.
Alderman Benson's many friends Mise Hemle Smith of Waeahoota and
will be pleaed to learn that he is re- Mrs. Georgia Lyle of Eve are in the
covering quite rapidly from his recent eit on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. C: J.
nla.ee. Milwon.
reads of Mrs. J. A. (oodwis are I r. W. M. Johanon h returned
glad to wel me her homb again, after from a trip to Baltimore, Washington
Pleasant vllt to her old home oin ad other poitit North. He reports
Virginia. cold weather.
Mrs. Maroetal loks,. he popular LABOI Contraesl, jast the thing for
muile teacher. expects to eitabllisl a farmers and turpentine men. o50 per
olase In muai at High Springs She le deoie. $2 for 1i, or $3 per 10. Cash
a thorough musie tacaher. is hand with order. Addrew. TtlE
J. A. Mille of Morriton oamen to SUN.Gaineville ia.
town Monday on bauinesse enoaeted
with the United States land ,offi*. and READ THIS.
lted a contest against the homestead
entry of Chas A. Raceh. upon the MoaILa. ALA.. liOe . 1009
ground of abandondment. r. E. W. Hall, t. Lo^il, Mo.--I)ar
Mr. and Mr. W ljw. who a Sir: Hlavieg tried different doetor*
for the past year M ben pleahtly lo- ead toler remedies for several years
l for beek and kiay ltroublel. I fouad
eated with Mr and Mrs. 0 A. Nichols. fo an dal tuble. I oun
lBt OrangeK tret. are now domieiled Telb Wnothinoder all' t u i t ai "The
at o Wao Main street N wb e they Wl's
will be pleased to aget their friends. ery. apd, bleg rapidly cured. the old
skel ins wi t mll&UA L. UI lYi


Prof. C Frankhl, the optician, hav-
Ing bonome favorably huprowed with
Olsinerille, has rseted the Thomas of.
eLe Wst Liberty trne,. and will open
headqurters hbre after November it
Ie will be gladly welcomed as a elti-

ftl. M. 0 Melateeh. private eere.-
y to ulte Superlasteidest lol.-
ll a lUahasree. Was Igrel his
M la S GalNeville yesterday. He
w s gel a to R*,. his old hoe.
w*e wllllt as rd a day r two with
his meA"e.
r- of KerthC Qftleelsea. hav.
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voag wi. via alw omn ew- %r d iff
the mea who Itaeased the Pllman
saieping ear." but I a "Ood blims the
inventor of kHaJIi ftr Wooder."
Years truly.
W. B. OtI.A
N O.. R. )e.. Mabde., Ala

A TEXAS WONDER.
Owe m-ll belae t the Txas Wa*o
deer. Mal'e st a DwVer. ee, e all
bhMiBy m hdbvw M eeubls, nueovue


twe sad ab lo----on-0 ofthe d*
grv, l h__~m _-ini1 el- a

- ser h us b *e Ve ki.

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Mr. Orr has purchased the Brown
plaee, opposite the State Universty
grounds, and expects to make Gaines-
vlle his home. The Sun gives them a
oordial welcome.
S200 Note Heads and 100 Enve.
0 lopes with your name and
buslaels printed thereon, delivered to
any part of the United State on rn-
oeipt of $1.L. Cash mast aeeompany
order. Poesitvely no credit to any one.
Address The in, Gainesville, Fla.
After a residence in this city of sev.
eral morbth Dr. 0. F. Dawson and
family have gone to Jacksobville, at
which place they will make their fo-
lerehome. Dr. Dawoo ia veterinary
sorgeo., and is in the employ of the
State Board of Health la btht profee-
los looking after the animal dieaeo
of the Utate.




New York Racket


Oheapes Sttore oa Earth.


The Greatest Values
of the Season o..
Oan now be woa at the New York
Racket. The mammoth took our
buyer bought l Ite marketeof the
Eas hat arrived, ad we hae been
taxed to the limit tl gl tel the
same io shape for the past two
werks, but we are now ready for
the rush. Oar tore has beea
crowded in the past bemoae of the
matchless alon we have allay
given our customers, and we are
prepared to even do better tha la
tbe past on iaay tem. Oar Iross
Goods department ha a better se-
leetlon than ever before and the
priced are the lowit.

The "Dixie Gid" Shoe
Is the BeSt . . . .
For the irise that has ever beea
show is the city.


Our Clothing Dtwrtmert
for Ml sand y p....
Is stretly ap-*tedate and our
pries are lower tla yse sea nad.

8Setiful Line of LWiW'
Cpas Wd JaHk ....
The kftd thO 8A a-O look pretty
d4 w *r wnel at lw spelee.

FURNITURE ..
Jus riveed a big tha e Odd
Dreseen "a H"a Ra s, whila
wm boe eot atia -te Tryl
SCrss Oem e i M uemm-
the S1n 6" asea ae--eat a
Ble ltibbe SAg aW m W will
Sgt o aaBoewtret
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400 bushels Texls leed oats for sale.
J. 0. Andrews, GainesvIlle, Fla.
Mrs Chas. Wood of Archer was in
the city yesterday en a shopping trip.
George Ztrouer, a planter of Ro.
chelle, was trading in the city yester.
day.


J. D. Luther of Old Town was among
the business visitors to this city yes-
etoday.
John Fennell of Campville was in
the city yesterday on a visit to his
brother, Sheril L. W. Fennell.
Turpentine lesse for sale at this of-
8ee,0e per dozen, $8 per hundred.
Cash most accompany order. dawtf
H. A. Williaml of Waldo, member
of the firm of T. T. Wlliams & Co.,
general merchants, war transactin
business la bil city yesterday.
For Sale-The D. A. Falkenburg
plaeh of five aeree; mall house, good
water. The prettiest five-aere tract in
North Oainesville. M. B. founders.
J. M. Everett of Doon$e and J. W.
Druamond of Trenton wereln th eity
yesterday. They have a eraon-tie coo-
tract for furaishing the Atlantice oast
Lian I iLaFayette eaouty.
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for sale at this oei, the form ned ia
Alsaebh eousty which mavs money in
reoordiag. S2 per hundred or 0o0 per
dosen by mail. Cash must aoeompany
order. dawtf
A. T. Kelley & Company, who own
&ad operate a veneering mill at the
waterworks. have just purchased an
eight-wheel log wagon. This wagon is
one of the latest patterns of ts kind,
and has given perfect satifaetion.
Dr. W. H Bibley is at home again,
after several weeks spent at his old
home In Bolson and other points East.
Frteads will be delighted to learn that
he was greatly Improved in health by
hie trip, and retrms to his profenion-
at duties full of energy.
J. Fowler of Lennoa. an exten.
sive lembe maaufaeturer of that
plLace wai seoam the:businets visitors
to this city yreterday. Mr. Fowler is
having erected in East Gaioeville a
haadeoeme ad comfortable home anl
will move with hi family here.


If yedeeir to take advantage o
the oppeortaity to reahk one huad red
thloesed people through the Indu.s
trial Edltoee of The Bun. hand In your
copya at on. Twenty thoaanid cope.
will bt priaed and earrulated, whieh
mema at teest oe hundred thoeaoed
rader*. .
1TU 11e0 g at t te rair l oae r Tuaer.
da eavsg to orginswive for the better
w S aloe benevolent lie".. w well
attended andann exteuveC romamitte
a1aeltd to formulatela plan fotr l
ae aJoSI that I ea Te amlainers
ad busies will make a careful
i*eetwitsofal cd t maur
FrkAdee W Toheai t Bo4itoed.
whe ia at diag a Vb alvmaessMieaJ l-
leae ist164mem., wdl be pl-d as
tIM terama wha tea he ais jyiag
- beaht. mdais eivwagcf umfM
il oIl se W I.M r ll f Yd ei
l l hel Tel


TO RMOH'YVJ
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
:i. 10 Day-s, -Lse

NADINOLA
THE COMPLEXION -BBAtTIFIER.


Mrs. J... Niebol and daolhter, W. M. Gist of Melntosh. a prom-
Mia Al I, have returned home from inent citizen atn trucker, wai a ri.- j
Green Harbor, Mass., where they have itor to this city yesterday. Mr. (ilst
passed a mot pleasant summer. states that the orange cra,' of the Alc-
There is more cotton being marketed Intosh and Boardman sections will be
at Archer this fall than any year in heavy this year, aggrrgating aboutI 1,-
the history of that place. There Is a 000 boxes. He is well posted on the
large aereage and the yield is large. citrus crop, and his estimate may bte
L. R Brown and W. B. Rowe of regarded as conservative.
Loeblooes were in the city yesterday. Engineer George Lyons of the At-
The latter, who is an old friend and anti aCoast Line, who hag been ill t
ubscriber to The Sun, called aud re- his home in Sin Antonia for several
need bia subscription. months, was among the visitors to this
Mrs. H. P. Dutton has returned from city yesterday. Mr. Lyons' numerous
a protrilted sojourn in the Green friends here are glad to leirn that h i@
Moatalal 0ate., at Tow=hend, Vt., condition is greatly improved, and that
where she t avoided all the discom- he expects to resume his run between
forts of the Ibated term. High Spring4, Micanopy aud Citra in
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Philpot of Hgh a shorttime.
Sprlngs were in the city yesterday. The Jacksonville Metropolis says
Mr. Philpot one of the effcient cn.- that on "Sunday evening at the resi-
doerors of the Atlantic Ooat Line, dene of Mr. J. V. Burke, No. 1541
bat has been tbaent on siek leave. Market street, Mk. J. H. Burke and
Miss Marie Peacock were married by
bloL --B d mre. White bind feet, the Rev. W. E. Boggs. Miss PeaCock
black and tail. Wea left eye.is a resident of Williston and Mr.
Weight 80 pounds. Slim, round body. Burke is with the R D. Medlin Corn.
Lest six miles of LaCrosse on O tober
19. Write Irvin Thomas, Lsrossepay of that place." The happy bride
Fla. rvn Thom Lr numerous friends in Gainesville
who extend congratulatiovs.
MiC Oornelia Strobhar has arrived
in the cityfrm Manatere, where she Noah J. Tilghman of Palatka, who
inthe cbity fr e Maatvee where he was in thecity Monday, enjoys the dis.
hae been vlhtlanR relative, and friei,d
@ v "r w ,i fr e tinotion of having read his own death
forthe pait few wreks 8he will be
f p fw w s Se warrant. It was about two years ago
the goeat of feri>nd here for some
the guest of friends here for that Governor Jennings, in signing a
time. death warrant got, the name of the
Mrs. H. A. Ford and Mrs. II. E. criminal and that of the foreman of
OCanon returned yesterday from New grand jury mixed. Mr. Tilghman was
Yqrk City and other poiots in the Em. the foreman of the grand jury. Of
pire State, where they have spent course Mr Tilghman called the Gov-
several weeks. Friends arr delighted ernor's attention to the mistake.
to welcome them home. Thur Daily Sun:
Oeo. Orrof West Virginla arrived in John M. Oliver of Orlando was in
the city with his family last evening. the city yesterday.
%A- - - I -e. -.


days.
John O. L A'ontisete, who for the phat
few days has done soine etffiien
special feature work on the Industrial
Edition of The Sun, left yesterday for
Live Oak, where he was summoned on
business. Mr. LaFontisee had charge
of the descriptive and industrial mat-
ter for this issue, which is an assuraoee
that it will be all that could be desired.
Mrs. LaFontisee, who has been with
him, left for Hawthorn, where she will
visit her parents for a few days.
John V. Denton, for many year a
resident of this section but now en-
gaged in the fruit and produce eom.
mission business in New York City, ar.
rived yesterday, and spent a few hours
with friends and relative here. Mr.
Denton says it feels good to be "as
home" again. lie left in the after-
noon for Orlando, in the vicinity of-
which city he expect to remain for
several weeks in the interest of his
house. Friends of Mr. Denton will be
glad to learn that he is propering.
Mr. Kennard's Freak.
Sinae mentioning in The San the
freak ia the nature of a two-bodied
and five leiged eow,,owned by G. T.
Kennard, several hundred people have
gone to the home of Mr. Kennard to
see this curiosity, and all have beea
wounded at the peculiarity of t.h
same.
Mr. Kennard expect to take te
cow to the State Fair at Tampa. It is
ill in his peosesion, and le gralst
peacefully and perfectly content o
his range in South Gainesville every
day. Those who desire to mee thb
freak before Its departure for the Fair
may eall within the next week. e
admission will he charged. and the
poblie is welcomed.


We have juLt opened up.
a large ai ortment of Aroo
Satin Calf and genuine
Black Got Bal.
Uee's Shoe* of s* beto make W
lr2o 0Awio 8 J all
be- 66W f.... $1.S0 1.

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THE NADINOLA O=L
I Formerly advertised uad oM las
. .SATINOLA . .
No clhlane iu formula or package. The name
only his been changed to avoid oonfulion. as
we cannot afford to have so valuable prepara-
tion confused with any other).
N ADINOLA is uiaraDnteed. and money will
be refunded In every case where It failt
to remove freckles. pimples. liver-ppof, col-
lar dle-oloratloi,'. blitack-lbends. disftlurlrnerut-
tlonn. ert The worst cisps In 30 dyIs. Leaves
the -kln clear, solt, healthy und restores the
beauty of .outh.
Price S~'ents and *1 '.. Sold in eseh city
by all lcatllhif drugrist,. or by mail
PltlPARKII O)Y, BY
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
Bold in Gaiuesville by J. 8. Bodiford
& Co. asd J. W. MoCollim & Co.

The friends of Bruce McCollom, who
underwent an operation for appendi-
citis at the Odd Fellows' Home a
couple of days ago, will be gratfied at
the information that the patient stood
the operation well. and his condition
is very favorable. It is expected that
he can receive hii friends in a few


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