Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 1, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01009
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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LXII, NO. 228



St..e a.r. Thet shop, a o .sl. aulI
IT O TN|A those whose owners refuse It shut up
are destroyed. ('row ,:' are Inl.lly en
AT ANY MOMngT arged in tarlng down tllt'sia.n flags
A which w*vre dlaplayeil h) %,rl.!r of thi
nds of peasants in t.ie ,)>vernment
sent in I ussian mapire of Su.-alli are ilestroying the gov.

Is at White Heat


Wlon AM Over the EmpOwr'
., jo Steadily Growing More
t --4oldiers Are Joining the
'--loodehed at Odesa.
,ebrI. Oct. 30.-12:6 p.m.
ty coaUtnues outwardly calm
I is the most intense excite
eath the surface. The strike
bl oatinue to restrain the
Im violence, this being conld
p Ut best means of attalnini
a view, but behind the scenes
bers of the committee ar
Mastaot meeting with the
rthe various groups and seem
1artln for a bold stroke aW
ane moment.
aI from the provinces Indli
i the authorities are getting
some sections, but general
tion is Is growing worse in
Improving. In may places
is and strikers are fighting
Hundred, as the bands of
da of the people are In
rtionately wit the suc
demonatrattmo for a con
mbly is now almost uni
the "Reds" declare taat
uld not satisfy the people
there "mat be som

tteemen believe that thee
aoa colIUtoa l wk ud
S haada an be avoided
r chances. The army
be in gradually belong woe
people's cause. Only
wbo are referred to as
la' "ets OGuard." are
thfal t the existing re

ilght Bring occurred at
Ie aehool. where a num
to are held as prisoners
surroundin this bu:ld
the workmen with their
ee denounced by the stu
rewpoe the ossacks Bred
S Tbe result Is aot yet
polleman In the Vaslli
fmoad dead this momwrn
mirdiered on hi e It.
pollee are afraid of los
and refused to de patrol
lr places have been takes

s IIed with false ad Ma .
st t oat by the ree

of Victim Net Kmnw.
Oat. Sl-4t It toposieble to
maitey the amber of
vistima of the rItdag.
Ita. bi t oft the be*
end M tb am n

b lg tv e at Ie iat
o de mI em weaIie
mw. be very -anPde
bee reused by the pa~ee
bmeal W ofa wl
of. o br ayay thes

At b barisU

owle #ogha r de


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ernment alcohol stores.

No Sign of Abatement.
Warsaw. Russian Poland, Oct :,).-
Noon.-The excitement in thu i,eetas
shows no sign of abating. Very
now and then the crowds overturn a
street car with the object of stopping
traffic, but no serious conflicts have
thus far occurred. The police arm
trying to Induce the shopkeepers to re
open their shops, threatenain td lnc
then if they do not do so, but the met
tkants are between two fires. alane the
Sorlallsts promise to grasb their win.
dowe the shutters ar tak dowa.


Wirele Telegraphic Communloatiet
With Warship West Virginia.
Norfolk. Va., Oct. 31-Aooording to
a wireless message trecived at the
Norfolk navy yard. the cruiser West
Virgiu a was at 10 a. m. 0 I*m,
suth of Cape Hatteras. A strong
northeast wind and hteavy seas pre
vail. bhe was not expecl4d to make
the capes for tip hours.
The westaer'off the coast peterday
and last night was bad. and the wind
was very high. There was no weath
or bureau report this morning from
the Hatteras station, as the wires a
went down In the storm, and so me&
sagls could be transmitted to or from
It wa eplaloned at the local weather
bureau that any wirelves mesases re
oirved at Hatteras from the prual4st
would aave been sent to Norfolk IS
mIeiMty, t for We romAmtI as
the coat erviee. It waa stated tvro
the ofteof the oammmanat the
Nortolk navy yard this oratla the
athlea ad been beard there froe t
prondent'e yact ipW havIeW ahoU J
Mn. Rooeveft and ehildrea, who h
Washlngton on Saturday lat. It I
thought bhre that the lylph Iay be l
Lower OCheapeake bay awalting tlh
arrival of the president on the West


Work en Panama Canal WIllU Deso
by luetnes Methltle.
Wasoingtoa. Oc. 3l-1- e crttlcism
of former Cb(tIle "aine Wallace
etf thie ilthna canal. the work waS
handicapped by official red tape. wkle
prevealed the speedy delivery of *sp
plies, has oeaMsJJ oasiderable dieas
sto to rb6 esective departmuata
where the work Is being looked ttoe
the Keep commissio.
"Wherever the govemrnest Is bhaJI
apped by its awarat ca1oso we aha!
modresie it b| better WIteless maw
eda" iMd ('atrmuaa Keep today "
do st lSad o much dup.-tlice et
work as wue o a mullpplillet ot
we"k. It I ilapesce lo operate the
bmt-ies d m U vernaSe ft r lttr*
gM- of private corporalnaa. bue
emwe rsom fur better metbods t
May seam ua4 UMe t wI o. be no
tobring ft t aMt" *
The bu, omasusaW 1Ul make
masy anes., i t re rin to hs
-prealw wheh the ae rs tala
eo renSM to abatihmlg prasettea La
hander sMe atf hear The ca***gs
t So s be JAs Wye s *1. .1 c
=Ma y. emi be efewd thr ees

eI td 0I e a-- of *pa-rtmea. L Vi

l a Ld, Vs.. Ot jM -- W D
0Ch8r. of0 te fe treows at b wt,
m tM* mm MUdMsr. woet to (tb
hife 5r. lL Owet2.5 ~s*- Ims
hat w- the ste 4 atoo is t. I,,.
Mll M i M the panmI et ,a

h4fc witsak be s h s euVshoaed
ob h. o a 4Ito
-bim a Ma ,a i
lil 00 lm a


The California Limited Meets
With Sertos Aocide 1t.


Relief Traine Were I mmroditey Dl~
patohed to the Soew-Tine DeaJ
and Weunil Wef Pineined Under
the Car--4Cmd by bioken Rail.
Kassi CIty. Oct. U.--Th'tI \o.iuv
Topeka and afata Ir paSIS, i trailu
No. 1 froIm LblMo, d4 a Klsa\ts
City at 0le30 tail morUtng, I Lu do
railed near Shefteli, 6mri e at ul
Kansas City.
Several perso were kill,'.: aid a
number injured. Te mt) i : t kill
ed ls variously estimated fronu i t r
eleven, while over 10 prison ..re. iali:
to bave been lnjused. The iu, irel wil.
be brought to Kamas City.
The wreck oemrred at lu li tlt*
T'ne eldest happened a what It
known as Sok Crtek, where tihe Itat
IF tracks cross the tteko of the MUe
sourl Pactic on a trawtl*. i it msat
ed that the train was dJ lled b) strik
Ig a broken ral ad that the ,ntire
trJia wet downl te ea tkmuent.
Th' wrooked trala rV the tllfor
alI Ualted, oe a (f heAmi tstt ad
fastet In the service. It left Chica
go at 10 o'eleok Iet alght, nd wa
composed of regiar mmaehbt chbal
caras tomrIlt lapm aId I'ulhu
tslooep . b e ta we-re seat
from i a ty tyo sene li. shrtly
r- -- a In u- .
The mas of the week was in as
e at ei w l SPe and d'elay is e
tteal rell to the snme. me aser




oed-. abootlng when the admiral aoldetall)
'Up to 1: 1:15 t lle ttrala esl bhot a Ohinee womaa, slightly lajur
tI es Kstei City bad ot reusd the t her Hn. dreds of villages the
tow of egEl and the Jead aad upon surrounded the office, tmoo
woMnj were until at the wreck. away their guns. knrkod the admuirn
At that hor the nurlm ofu dead was down In the md4 and held L4uitenani
plae at e84 ht. Train a a bold ag ru)rty Amerl
A heavy ralafaJI addel to the diffi ran marines Ian4ed as a resrue party
sjltle peirieeed by tt. fescuirs and were attacked by a nauh of ('Chla
-- -- men who tried to p.-tlbrrk the oit
WILL sltK TMw NOR TH POL corl.
The oiarlears re obliged to fir
KpeditIes to SwtI Preen Alskal to twtee l'he (lse1e ollcials refused
poIs Ouetry to rore ln*e ofler' luas and uap
Ieattle. Wash.. Oct :e --4r. As prtd the rllagers.
tolne Vartllelo, paMeeqem the later Neakiag bha bea amltve tI the
ngtllme po l l .tUt, r, i: propgse mosvwet for boyfottlog Amerrans
to sead a party of the eat goad, and is the enter of actvity or
"mifer" of the Ktleo di part e Jaate N 0k8ta.
a e itpedlto to the oe ge plo,
ed Seattle to&y ftam tw IMIaxp Lltg II.dy
To the eorrepeaelt .f the As VrerT. O. I.-4alrlgpJ
lated Pres Ir. VarMkle d ie hipo lightII O pf PI01 MIa t will be
osed pafy w u av e.* title aest r neit tOe-stt. W daerkhae
Jauury. If biMs pedltIke oWd bie or la to hebt o so WUN aMSSrl
gotaed by that tese asi pressd by *etIdg Iheisad1 of elestri@ lghto ait
bo at tothe M i mew '.y al h 1 e* m eto ~h e owa or the dt use
OraJ I4 mN where a bas s ple S *si eate ePM S grated at the
or pist Cf rtmw .d he estab oMW Pt Md -h M I so
Imbe t te maIn the meet fera n tim e f h b o IW t .
r thie t da t nIp! redM may Ia* S~d uei libs foe e
Dr. Varlete Ms tLhat if t s* A dIm pOe I wIte twill be a l
dtm Ito a a the *partc sll IAm fm Ult Ii l b Ipo N iree

astr e i eel the p e ald- M"l Mt U S beews I

In d tde e ar' d S thWe Masr!
log VUbmatee of a stse**f re I8 S l as4 0 the g t
In "i" SO I" the 'b Sp-s-a"

the 4i so A IN jqo who& -ofI W I ai i 6i"W
~ po sn&, V. Oi O t. --I O. te e
__ hf t lu eohp liuiass8 4f the e11 a

IsOwa 0881000w to t* Irh Nu eW1
11b. his tO114111be" M do Asimwe sPhasow MO d s

I w n o -w sAtaea ne 6 0of h as eue* I* e mma%

to" on 111"fwe- EI a*e Pes C'e*
a s1 1 the" 0(1, .w 5. t *hO* As
is, wen m. aged Wg l a0 'J ae.ise howase
bdOWNaeW O se eai a



The Current Week W ll 8* the
Finish of Yellow JackL


After One *f the Hardest trugges
of Science Against Plague the Au
thorities Announce Positively that
S*ieence Has Won

Ciew of Ship Refused to Work Because
of Scarcity of Rations.
aLmle, N\ U.t i ova 1: 111.* lI ,
Mn bark D)uim&t 0 Cpn! dn James S!,
pIHesS arrivedl yetierdik) # e Ih'- I.
saIed fronn iiruz. iri.i, toi ivMarc!
4, b4) lti ll le 14 4ett~. l Jkiie Wht'ieg
tho vessel Sut 4a.t. d I lo -al l arokllI
the Horn. to1 1 el ,o cl, W ",t
were I d 11 1p sI(A at:tl AIU ottuLIt 2m
their Yuirk Auwl I(),foo 1 1, l
sales foervi'd Itle mi lii p bticl, it ii 1 .&
be'aatif aolit ill tiiCa peii (,-I A ,
with oni43 l 111- Ablde' txhIe l iI-LIf. III
olkiler kiretc o fm't ithe to jU4
about a&ti rtm for Capo mInle
l'tfte' rvaelkintg Othet wtitt i,:ill
are roov~ern d t Pto e euu' le~t *t ti li
caplalit rttse'd toe aid ll uthe' r tlw
of Mu;iad) e'u Jiil) j IC itJ eIli:t
The asohore. drew knivem antl othi 41 1:i
officers ill 511% pr tw (ii 4c 410 Ill t 1 i t4144
In. The ffleet be..cuiod sumi mu.
subdurilll 1Ae M41110rh lakwil; till-if.1
knives rolu ltit e I'i *llte 144t 1%fit Ill.
ship, and hail a inrrl-m me 'tlp.' fi ow
drifting unto thu rnLk.
In IBataviabhICe (.1- wW at3ili1111cIit
truns. ( 'tllrem %1r.,' pil 1)C1)el aiiI Mthe
fillaI wut tamei imintt" w4 to $itaatilrt
where the' %aleere a r. tMilo hfr lmil
ny P a rt o f I lito i tu lw rleer e ^, "
t~tfed to 11 %ee'ks' 11iutleriihminn r au fll
the rist to nlme' wit-ki at hard l imitl
Tbi. nuen ('(Csrten ied I that t tlie' pn'
?*oJ and the brutal trsrmilmutut ofti t
*efc,-'re b W forest tbeath tem 4 ietla)


Admiral Train and Son Are Roughly
ly Handled While Hunting.
Lndeun. Oct. 31.--A diipaIraa to the
DrnAlg Mltadard from ibamanigal so)
teat Admiral Train. eomm er f tbh
A101l6a4 Asis suadrom. and his
w. Uouleuteonnt Trals, hawe bee the
victUis of a slavag maault by ChIoese
out"ld.of Weakl"In
Tbe Ameietan oIlmm won phemamal

Vew. d,on&.. 31 4ow by we&
44 b M 1406 0* S ANDM
a. sebII)I Obee coe 5.wl of -er

atbe to thin uey S ed wuene
r~,Y andI fe a31 Urn Smr..,
vliemuweft waft as "" 0 O
no dH- aSe aba" ee shem.
184 vmd am smdbe did

~d+ I -k -'Nebise ls
wwebgo-It be in.p owems Wttb
hr .

boobe is aos CAM" h aeh
b Oct 0 t1 U --fe low "ere

so& %pool*" osw fp:4.uVeins 00
OW Xey Yeah, I bWsgw. 444 0S h1.
^- em 5invi1, ae hew

Mwow ow doiss" &04 booftral bwari
@anw a l 60 boo"le-ffas thr
if wow so ftam et feb a4&
&A Wret*#A. Wum tf~wwe Mm
OR sa, D howbso No

sNewO ;t. at. Lt. 31 In th,' pre.l
'tt t'cotli l t of affairs it Is xp 'etIe
ti.1it .1u oi tt(IIII w oek will ae tIhr utaJ
o(f t. i c..,'s. f yelloww fevkr. T'Li
iIetituIlit of it1at uudeur tratlnmnt hau
liul.%it IIt t i .% iitl coComparatively t0w
a it'li' f c l irultin Iluntu iss Is rap
1.ll) illlkiiii I oriimal proportiOsl and
W.O, a .t1 c t i 1 1 killing Up,
I('1Ali ahli tii thri eils C. Janviers. of
Sthe t'nl ,ll' (,mi nt itt"ite' hlietllvi g the
thbe siisnt:t i a ctlcnl) uoirC, has golne
aMt for a motiith Mir Janvler's re
puot slhois that %ith $6t0,90 recevlt..
Itni the static the i l itl nai onu y av lti
abiw hI re l Or coiunluetill tihe light wOa
i.;*o 18N4 Ni tf t hloh $215.474 47 was
I c it hilod. ;ul vinl 144,71034 in buian ti
Swinli up ti,' eaunpagll T'll batlatlo
SreiRlulhinl t the ehnd. whtlch will oe
litluly pieeer.l (,0O.Ut, will gV to the
luoliatlio hoe pltal it cost ,0.et.1
to) ni lthiin tlie h ICs ergrney hom)ltal
during Inie' pidomic The biggest
item of awiinse was labor, lor whw.
|137.1mkeot was spent
Dr Koaegr Post Ames. of the tJ1ite i
stats army, who Ilapeo here all
through tlia fever, 9fto harge of the
protection of the barrirol agallat I
vaions and who gave much of his tim
to ghtlin thie ever In 9t. Ieru
IparW.b has gne to tihe orts del the
river, where wll do duty. T-
Iourth and Nlaety4re artillery, wii
were eompd up ftr early three
mosth., have also) bees remeOe to the
forts, twhre they will speedJ eveai
weeks la artlillry pratlee.
A new ase aft rfver haa bees I
ported at Iayoe Natches, in Noate
toch*e parish.
It IS the Irat In a moesth. hoevef
Taerr has bea I frrt It NatehIIoo~se
aore of it Is expected, ad Io Jarml
baa been created by the operadsl Fe
eru4decnce of the fever. Qra,
tie thee will Not he retired.
(everasr hIMasahard a4 prty ha
returned to aIum Rougoe The Ar
ernor befme he left laooed -p
Into the work here and e aesn ad him
self a belieiln tta( it IIsew a P
albly say been Jose bettf.
"A festival held yres0te Irdy
bes-li of tee ne w Iolatit hgpiMI by
the euamerrala (traveole a-sed a as.
elderable no of oewy. is to apelt.
*1 the'at LaOt 176.00 win bae to be
tdI The iddMUI*sel masy agm

fIr 1Ted w ll be by ctaI r
r ter e-d hasI i--rN ls

iemtM tol Imt Me- -h m ka
tte tmba r m ma Ip iugmede

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Abt 50W0 Si saod So Par
tk *Siit SmOI

iW Cotteon Orep Is Reported Short
itlAughout Entire Belt, He Has
rTteed Out This1 eason as Many
Saee as Last During Same Period.
While the cotton output of the gin
nary of H. F. Duttono Co of hski oity
not been aas good so was supposed
early In the year, Manager Robleson of
bat department Is onfident that
everything will torn out well at the
ead, and feels no hesitancy in titing
that, before the end of the saees, she
erop will come up fall with las seas
The Dottoan gioery, whebh Is really
one of the largest and moot etensiv
plants of the kind In the ise Island
bell, ha not worked a fall free for
the pest two or three years, the eoodl
tloo of the rop not wArranladg the
ame. The plant has gisned so far
iso easeo about 800 balea, wheh is al.
moat equal to that of the amse period
let year, and Manager Roblineo bo-
I1eve that beforethethe ea Is or
there will have been turned out 7M0
S bale, whh b will be a many a lgned
lat year.
S The cotton o aon for the pst two
S or three year has bee earlier than
for the preedia periods. This s
due largely to a osuggeton front Man.
aPr Bobanoo, who hba studied bhe
Aitutlon earefally, ad who is one of
the beat Jodge oa eatto, its esltia.
tioe ad Ito surketlig, In the Sea
sland diatrie. The farmers were for
maln yearn oafroled by adversitle
and aoedltatoe resulting from a las
erMp. Mr. RobinaMsona s eted through
S The Ba a earlier planting, which
was poeraUy followed by the planters.
His sggeatiloa bJs proved eorret'lnso.
S far a the alth aad maturity of the
plat oeas emened, but the early
S weather soadltlose have been bad, and
S the plant hs aot borne aa prollfll a
; wase atollpet.d wonder the sew role of
pltatig. However, there has yet
b so teet of plaitlng at an early
1p61d, the oadltlons being poor It
will et be prove, as by Mr. Robin-
eIa', I suII a tlons, tha i early pllating
ill aot aly iaan as earlier market,
S but a more prolilf 1ield, and positive;
ly a better grade.

Old Reldents Oo Wrong.
Mr. and Mn. E. W. MUllisa of
Waldo droe to this ety yesterday,
aad although Mr. MUllian has made
the trip maa timsr to the lus 10
yean, a elnusmteane happened to this
happy couple that &w decidedly hu.
moros. He was eOIlg to the ityl
on bulooas, and Mr. Mlllam ae to
me the dremeaker. Evideatly the
coaversatlon maust he bee In regard
to the new dre, as they have beea
married upwards of 18 yua. How*
evr, it wa so absorbian that whoe
they appeared with their horm sad
baggy in the mtdst of a ae sOetald
meat with new soenea theia both.
they realized that they h taken the
wronl road
On Inquiry Iait P leaned that they
were lot in the weods. ad golg iis an
oppoasit dirteelo to (ilneevlle, and
they did not eallse "whore they wer
at" atillthey struck the roek ead
Juat at of the eity. Mr. Millite
will blase ts trees on his nest trip.
Meeting of Bone Trustees,
A Umeetil of the bond trusIee oa
the edoeationa l inue of Io.O,
throelth whom the edoational boads
were oated a few days ago, as a.
ao4esd is The bu. held a mnetalo
Tueea for the purpose of ratifying
the purehae6 and delivertan the boads
to the Fint Natoal Bask and the
baking house of H. P. liustu & Co.,
the peorhasers.
As has alrosed bee sstatre tle r1
epetive fArms psrhed |.-iM, eh,.
1et whbeh they paid 101 gpeyahle la
Iea twenty and thirty years. btarig
Ibtaret a per nat
ee board of troustee eompuned of
. Balrd. J s Ibodlod d I ad C. Mathe.

Wr e Asa#wg *wrtoe.
Lee TY Is the mee of as motor-
ibrght to thb" ety frvo Wade Teo .
day, Wea a ar l wa s adjuded
me. s.-~----- and
ewa-W. i t stewd as -the
e m !k.s.'W m ^ to .b e .tW

In any number of sto'
you'll see various pre*
tions of cod liyer oil a as
many diff iet ou'l
wonder, A*I tt'
Emulsion as -o ithw
some Qthe i in as large
a bottle, only one
side of e you may
be led into bayfi the "just'
as good as Scott's" at the
lower price. .That'l s fa
economy. Scott's Emulsion
costs more because its more
expensive to make. Every
ingredient is tested and gur-
anteed of the purest quality.
No adulteration, no shaving
of quality. There's no *on-
omy in bargain medicine. If
you can afford to experiment
with your health, substitutes
may satisfy you. We take it,
however, that you want a
pure preparation, a reliable
remedy and something that's
going to help you. That's
what you get in Scott's
Emulsio. Thirty years the
COTT & Sj 4C a ert t l.. ew Tork.

No New Cass and Only a Few Deaths
Peonseola. Oct. 81.-Up to noon to.
day two deaths and no new iases were
reported. Tntal ease@ yesterday were
six, with no deaths.
Total nutwbr o o cases to date, 188;
total death,, 790.
At New Orleans.
New Orleans. Oct. 81.-Thpre was
one new a*e, up to noon and no deaths.
Yesterday there were four new oases
and on deaths.
Total ea s to date, 8,894; total
deaths, 444.
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Poley A Co, Chioago, originated
Honey aod Tar as a throt and long
remedy, and on amount of the greao
merit and popularity of Foley'e Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. Then worthless ami.
stations have similar sounding name.
Beware of them. Thy genuine Fo.
ley's Honey and Tar le ai a yellow
package. Ask for is aod refuse any
subetltute. It is the best remedy for
eooghl aod eolds. J W. MOolum
A o.
WSelided became of As ,
fadtanapols. Inad, Oct. 31-6 pl4
Jam OG. Wright, Io eatn old, hliU
hnamMW by frlas a bullet ltao is Ihl
today, for more this a hat entar
be was promalet to belane oetleI
tna sothera lndtsm. Wright had bee
a steamboat eaptata I oases of tl
boat plyta the Obo sad -eeiep
river. He had grown iuaodmt
ad killed kil beeaM he t Phogh
e wae MltU g ts loIg. I wer
na e1 weit, havig bea l r
at tue a beaker at I.I aa Ild.
lt Pbrt Wort 'rTe.

"I Thank the Lor.dP'
Cried Hanah Plant of Little Reel,
Ark., "for the relief I got f r Bk .
le'e Arate SGalve. It e rnd my ISatwl
reralg eore, wklok eotaleh elemekld
helJ. and fre which I had sdbe(e
fte I pae." It M a mrveloes bdeler
e -a*, bumrao ad womeds. Ugear -
ted4 at all drg mtore; e.

Mem vwvcw aes, ASOe.
Iftv Teft. Oat. II.-A earrow
Goat eablem the Wl frow NLes as

Safto. oarld awtM'
frster 1 the0M Tani es .bwmh
W? tw t tere age, besstOn~e
- from them a Nw f **vo
as oA bRi lto .ne oe
elm *""malg Meaatl I& view
"% o we slo as IM hwg 01
lrTmaK aml %bow ave "M ebat.
d 0s ofm t1 Of 00 k oad es
a lanaweel m w ais
a Osmu"tnatramt u


laikV Washington Says CsIlaAM
A4'tAuse of Race Troubles.
(Ol Io, oct. n.-Booker T. Wash
i, a speech at a maus meting
e t at the Fimt Reineat haory
Switch t me nlell 0OveM
|t 'f Nre arptslrt, blaisId t
H l ftor the exkltea 4V. rnC
problM In Africa. He dlared
wsu mted by "not allowing th blaok
M hisa native land to ride eM pe
p .tiratns, but forcing hai to ridt
ri-n>g Dooker WLlh*toa ass J:
"ThF u ropeaa satioa almost Mhav
giaes Afriea from us. I am hot die
duraod when I hear yor reports.
Odela emlsionaries to Aifraichows
a advaomad step for progress ad4 Is
tolMet poles eeod out malslonarte.
Di you ever hear of a Ohinama or a
isdla s" dINg oat misliomalrese YTo
anrt t only sending to Africa the
tble, the spelling book and the mopel
bet yo aro unition the people."
The ovention will close today. Loe
Aielest we e elected for the next an-
anal meeting.
$*M Ixpreao Paokage Msslin.
kHlesa, Mont., Oct. a.--rT ooam-
touts of a $5,000 Northern Bupres
paInkae ant from Huamlton, Ment, to
New York, are missing ad a a remlt
te express company has several of it
detectives enaged in trying to dis
cover what became of the money. The
money was shipped by Charles F. Kel
ly to N. H. Harris & Co., for invest.
ment. Instead of receiving the asr
curitles he had purchased Kelley was
dumbfounded to receive a letter stat
Ing that the contents of the package
upon receipt by the New York firm oon.
silted of newspaper clippings. TLh
seals were Intact, however.

No Case of Pneumonia on Record.
We do not know of a single Instance
where a ough or cold resulted in
pneumonia or consumption when Fo.
ley's Honey and Tar had been taken.
It eora esougr and cold@ perfectly,
so do not take chances with some on-
known preparation which may contain
opiates, which cause constipation, a
condition that retards recovery from
a cold. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar and refuse any substitute offered.
J. W. MeOollum & Co.
A UIt of Human Nature.
A man who sellP cut fowere at a
stand downtown was waiting for trade
the other afternoon when a newsboy,
dirty and ragged, came running up,
say the Kansas City Timee.
"Say," said the boy, "whot's the price
at them red Iowers?"
'Ibose carnations, you mean? They
are cents apiece," said the man.
"I'U trade you a paper for on," said
the boy. The lower seller accepted
the offer, and the boy ran away with
his nation. A few minutes later he
Baey," be said, "I Just sold a paper.
OlIme another of them red flowers.
Hee's the 2 cents."
Tbe man at the stand banded him an-
eter rarnatim and accepted the pea-
se with a mile. As the boy started
Sway the ma became curios.
"Iay, kid, be amd. "what you going
to do with tbhee ownerss
The boy tek a better bol o hi
paper "Give 'em to tIe t lady," he
mid. "She's alk ten b."
Then he lft ea the ru, yelling:
"Pape! Papet AD abet"-
Sktug tish vwr a Pee t Ambition.
You ecanot aeomplish very mueh
Ifloor liver lv loetive, as yno feel
dull, your eyes are heavy and slight
e*erltnI exhausas fyo. Orino Lass.
tive Fruit Syrup stimulatee the lver
and b ,*ls sad makee you feel bright
and active. OrNii Laxative Fruit
yrup d es not u oeate oripe ad
vry pieesamt tO rlate, O(ri. MI ueM
e. **1*v than pll oie eeditaye eeh ar.
tite. eftroe lsetletes. J. W. Me.-
Oollum A Co.

Two or thaee peites f b arde a

ohow to company the crecedlo
whenve he appears above watei.
Many a hbuntr had lb proepee
ter abhot ap-I I te alarm vm
to the rept bhi water wl *a
tbdanta WHem they m e a Mn I
prektebi they wV y at the emw
duel'a on *. lt Iek (MI aad IM
beast never waI to lvwag t u%
tstatntly abm s tale m w r at hi
bee speed
A Oanhome Oe Pr PleP .
g o kdin
meto -OImpME

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The question Readers reliable servertol 4 f along the line of
of Title the Land Titles in LhoSS @r 1i' particularly
frst consid.- --.
8PECLALTIU A&t Ai tM1. ft ax le Searche;
ra:tion for Agemts hr Nl eRelIdet Jid Orwam atof Cofoutli,
the Investor. Towis Ete.
Referen ee: Fist Natmoal Bak of palnersille. F,
Dotton & Co., Banken.
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Retailers sad Jobbers in

Ie and Funsy teerioe

irali, lari Sed aUd FI

Highest market price paid for Ohiekene. gg ad other Prtudoe.

A Complete toek o HBay, Corn, Oats, Flor, BraSl, MEl, Ootton Seee ? Ie
and Rye. We handle ol the VERY l l st the LOW.
E T PRIOCES, ad ar atoe i- always.

XMBT' Aa.TlsmfrrrD IOgag


Sea Isla.l Cotton.

Sea Island

Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine.
Leather in SBrips Or Sides.

Manufacturers of the
Sea Island Cotton


James Doig Improved Engli:
Gin, and Supplies for Same.

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[I-_oox-poalt 1
Abetraes of Title and fall inform lo ation fuIhlae t lands oi th
soonty. Our manar r has lived nl this n o i yeTn aad
is thoroughly eomversat with 04 stl e.

E. 3E V O-rLY".
sentlag a number ofl p aient Aserla saa ndpnies
rinliaa e 'oride
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lbo fyoa BaIrmao
N oekhelle freight
i d mfonnne about
ari t lk rilht foot *e-
biwy wheels at High
tlbo mu afterward op-
ad takeI to tbe.railway
Wayerem 1 is n a critical

floo was flrt performed at
I, where the accident oeo
biibe attempt to ave as
h'toot a possible the as-
Ipeoon did not take of quite
wtbh he result that blood
Ines, and it became ases.
ka a Iseond amputation.
ae that younA Strobbar is
Sesoo edition, and that he
arvite the last operation.
b hero hope that be will
this trying condition, and
Seoon be out again.
Ibbar is the son of J. N.
former agent a this point
atie Coast Line. His father
Wrolan to Oanada.
at Her Home After a Long
sa--Funeral Today.
ty friend of Mrs. Jobn C.
1ara with depest sorrow of
i away, which oeourred at
on at& a. a. yesterday,
jillness. s8hrleave a bhus
po loving daughter, Miies
i Gd Grace, to mourn her
pral will take place from
lt e plieopal Oborch this
Ialfpaset ten o'clock.
vIag gentlemen are request.
as pall-bearers, and will
It at the residence at ten
lers. A. J. Da0ots. Liv.
lMaknon, F. D. Warner,
Ad iewall.
A Sad Death.

Springs Hornet of Friday,
o, eotain the following,
read with espreesioan of
y of oar eitisens:
unity wa greatly sad-
II o'clock this evening,
iweleome tatelligeae was
over our eity that Oly.
ly and Interesting daugh-
Mrs. A. B. Summers,
Obd to so attoek of duamre
ewods hkowa a break-boee
il Olygeme was about four
d wae a berutifl girl
th a sweet dispoeitio, aud
I f adll her lare sirele of
a.nd the pride of her
Stbher' hears. Oar sym.
ooe to them in this their
of bereseTveot. Up to go.
wehsv e not learad the
meats. The mother is
t oaditio wish both
II fIta-oamml."
oeasloo.1 -
Trip to OnInesewIe.
morning Msesa. J. H.
0. K. Rebiteo loft Oala
S (fore Qauelle. RTe % an
Is Ior 6ad sebhalf br.n,
aE to of aee amd a half
Mia op. An aatoea o
Itod OSlatuel, evera
made m t&e mem rstSip,
*tw gealomes aWried home
er spper maa aigbt. They
a very pleaseas trip -Oala

'mie/n 4. In -u emU..
OWaN LA 11 a00. ily.
it I Wes my mI ter,"
L Bold Iof arms Me.
-e Ie d w %ye, hoewevr. e.
p .falp el m o X
*,. mg'. Ne. Disemsery
Rnm ewbI eb hb ge=VWd mo
bemgeble." Web @0 8

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eisn a d b i s Ik is-
tao" m g eg a aW "@
a& ead Oe esk@

4* S p Per 8 4
-e-. ao m e of aies aof
SS p he nOab as theo
O, Ib o bwsoiolw
O a8 ma6 -W I

Prcribed Vinol for the Son
Prominent Cloth er.

of a

Mr Leo G. Heilbruu o' i), *atur, Ill.,
writi. ; *"[! is A .l-l ur>e r mue to
tudorse Viuulafter what it aus done
for my sta Herbert. lie was iu a deli-
cat. eeNditioa ad had ii, i plItipte.
QOr phyalelso ,Iggeter \'inrl. and it
has proved highly benefiiial, building
up his appetite, incre.iinm he fI sh
Mad improvwhl hil health enrt-illly."

RZman? rr NU.UEN.

I )ruggist W. M. Johnson




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rich, pure, red blood, and many letters I U. D a. urli ess or I' 'IP Ilt r.
have been received from ntraefol rfa Y. wries "Abot four y tr ao I
their and mother s whose Childra owe Jra you artal U ha 16'1 on.
their health, and even life, to Viaol. I tnely eured ef msevee kid trouble
"The reaon Vinol is so frr superior byr taking le two bot" "f P
to all other toisoe and ood liver oil les KidMey Coar. Ist elir,lv Imopped
preparations for children is because is h brek duet sedi mesnt, s ,dpai nd
eontals, in a aoncentrated form, all of symptom y n disp.
tbhetrentthenlag, body building ele. peared. Ialted tosaly ihat I have
menteofe odliveroll, actually taken ever had a roetr of a-y f thae
from freb sode' livers, but without a symptoms durlaing e four 'ars that
drop of oil or rese, and It doe not have elapsed sad I an ev.ntily cured
dro o dto stay* red, ed h ear l r commend
uopt their weak, della s Fotoac s oe,, e Oru sO SanynIl siees-
like old.fiphioned ood liver oil and Iml from khidne or bladder trouble."
emelsions, bot is easily asslmilated, J.W. MeOotlh & Oo.
and sl so delicious that children all -
love I." Aeidentally KNk asBby.
Continued Mr. Jobnsoo: "We eao. Meaahis, Tem.. Ot. 31 -41port
not recommend Vlaol too bhihly for have reached this eity of a rasle aoel
poasy, weak a4 allion obhildren, o deat whiea occurred at ll.Ra h. Teaa.
bold up the rum down, overworked, a les east of Meaphis. a which a
tnled aad debilhated, or to tive renew. womanwas shot through itae eye iad
ed italiuy to the aged. b or are we a aimft killed. Whil* k&adiag
io. sur rolve ..urso. a well to
of what Is will do that we obseerfolly
refund the money Is every ease where gyp ligat h used the
it fails" W. M. Johnson Druggist. wepa to be aceIdesta expIoded.
TIA bwlla tam t & A&IVhim il

Obervation Made at eGalmville for
Oe Mnth of Ocmibn.
rollowlg Is the meteorIogitel e*.
ord uas ep by J. P. H. Bll. speal
aUised btrao obnerr at Oalesvllle,
FIl., for the molth of Ostober, r19.
Hour of obervft,. 7 Ia. a .
MaX. Min.
October 1 Tl
October 2 .. .... M 71

wig m t lorelo Big si steer@
aeyes ad penetrated t b. al of a
baby she wa hoIdti la her b s.
The woam Is moe expected to Uwv.
Harriso s sai d to be craed by grtf.

Man' Umreaonabletess
Is oftew a sreal m* woman'*. Hot
Thm. 8. Austi. mmalnrur af rho Re.
publils of Lnavemrworls, Ind, we
not serasesable. when ne rfosed to
allow te detorn to n oerae oa hi
wife for feaIle roblo "la'stod." he
Mayu "new eO odri d ., try rlite0le
iltr rs M im o tMs t,k Ia mLk a*i

October wold hardly ire her Id4. ad fir (.)
October 4 I I .pbylei el bl fl.ed to areli* her.
October a *N ;AfterWtaleg Wetri I:.a shew was
O.otber 7o pfrtoey e., ad Oca sew poerf
October 7 TOi all Ia hoe--bev d duas-e'" (learU.
October 1 7o, ted byalIdrleg g 's #Ots I e.
October 4 7 -
October 10 11 ot ura',.- "at"u
October II I 7 To Ma seMm d mtirm viat A thlat
October 12 1 44 Case LUim. Ttetes. rn eael Otober
Otseber Is 72 O Sead to lSouber .',d. lmlerive.
October 14 0 Is rVoim -oarl.lk, s IJ; fre;m Live
Oisober 11 s 'Ok.sIo 0I i ?Palit'e, 0.I). fre
Otaobr 16M R Ia ialethe, I10 t or asue from
OOeeIer 17 .. 7 *~ ausbpeL a Ie I om sar el*ee Atlaat
October IN 5 C0ess Lioe. ',Tiheb lsit Hd to i.
Oeaber IS To0wombes. .1. and 4lae. ad.e.
a --e so. .......... .. s his r mo. JFe Pa..e

I .) T S, -, !I m i
I-eber ~ .... -
olur pm.e m mrlem,

Oct.6 170 7 8 g a a" 1 p inp 55
__=--r Po a i em- I.ag
sm -ww atfor -----a r- ae f-- -e
g o 0 goS elo 4

/-6. ...... M b sne.".
Ah J m asPost"$L111a amis yN e a tI ew"
4 b Ma Me=e w. Seee.0e e lSw" Wto

1 I I porb eft, enins ~! i.
Sw how aged 14 pewTyn
"a low so h ma

AsBniRa 1, 1905 l3
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Lack Brte Who Aasultej Mrs.
Moore i Apprehernd:
Atl!nta. Oct. s1.-Bte p t whici
bhas i, a chasing the ntIAl Ao
1.,-!!1k,. 11\La. Allot Moore I ..
U..,. hlim la a sa.. ..
truu i:i., Hie-poll wrvatr",, piumnp
tag station at 11:30 o'clock m worn
The ntgro uadrt are& t t i.. i~eve,.
beyond a doubt to be te i,
for whom h l adrs o men t.,i
msarcihing 6I4 the cr.im
The nttgro spr t IC ft a .ht a
the house of Motkhr *O" i ar tAe
Miller stdok ur4s.
Barly Maoeuty mora int 1 apploi
to Wo stoeI yetos r wforLk rh1 mau
to whom he app1 beUver: e was
the aeo wanted, gae h.. employ
meant and Illmmedtely soo .uilcated
with the potll.
The maue at whoe bou, h ,, hepen.
Bumndy al Ut oard that tb, ,et bhad
been telepheo tod or lsd Ie tht
suspect, who at oe no ran
In This aI t he dro; ., a bell
he had beas weari.
This bolt wu picked up, ) one ot
the pos ta purMItt Mad a found to
tally wth the deacrlptUon of the
belt by the assalat by Mi M-ore.

0. B. Burhane Toetlet Atier Four
VMt .



Interest Yoe P

Because Iollmspuns, Ginghams, Cali-
cos, )Drillin:s, 1)lucking, Bleaching, Cam-
brics, Towels, Undernvwar and a great many
Dress Goods-in fact 75 por cent of a dry
goods stock-are nuade ,to cotton.

Cotton Advanced $2.60 a Ball

in One Day!

It is still goiig pl).

Our Dry Goods

were purchased whelln cotton was 6j- cents
a pound(. For t111'oe tllontlhs tho price of
cotton has been 1() to 11 cents.

We ar, selling ourl DI'y Goods today
at from 10 to 20) pr cot less than the fae-
tory iprico f. o. ),.



E. A. WEIL & C00, =t
Of All Searitess.

dole Aagel for SMOIABI aid IY
uoml qAULIT IMbo. Bn
pair warreatd.

J o Uumu.



Alachua Pool Prlors,

L~ narms, PrsPWI.

Lossle I. theI


--~ry ..- -. . ;

It Ilu i JTIKL


Ray" the Nowb, and Fti acts onn

Stdi underlying cauin O farhe

3wgwr wanaldyz and oriWloh.a" od
OWnad Inlal report I
1m Moixpleti tables of kvngp of
Dm -I ties
Qots active ;and ALWTO Stocks &d

ReOlM th lug le B11Bcod and the
yid on I mtrMMmtISt prim
A~wrn n witbout Adrp, iaqumrn.
owning InvunasW.
OW Wu E&*' Nu -=WAU 9II=
3rA& is bou Im db bo mm

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DOw)n, JOINS & CO.,

-- Bry im W SNET JWUAL
DOWO JON= & C009
mrtror OPW AI M IM 1046

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"There is nothing like Vinol for grow.
log children. It mtake new vitality,
soned flesh and muscle tissue, ad


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I MCORMlKAWT...... Publl.bw.
IW. AStLZT...... .. '.4Ae e Ealtor.
*:AIBSpL inrtm,...I........ ....cur aMtr,.
V17rd 4. -St

l~~ .Is... k i rt. TKL.Romn 434
imI publthed every morning ez-
pt m c de .lived by carrier In the cty, or
y-sa ,*l7 I prttof the United States, pota
' s, ga ir year; Ir 5osix moth; I.3: tstu
'* t olr yo cents for Ave weetkatrictly is

S' tl notice in lool column tooentsal
aY jre laiertion. and 5 cents fnor iach dditonlt
R tes for display advertising land kaewn A
p lctlhon.
The Twice4-Week f Ila a**ib t c l forty.
Solumn piper, published every Monday ad
ThurK t. and contahris the urw of the
) week, local, Stae ard general, aad wiU be
maled, postage free, to any part of the Unitad
tates or Canada, for Si .o a year-ln advance.
AU aIdvrtls i bills become due after Ar
apper o of advertisement, u lem oie rwle
stiplItd I contract. Parties not kamIo to r
wIbe required to pay for advertislag l l d
oneA. naie, rTH DAUIY SX,

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Oomb fornbihes a coavenlint mari n
forall the cattle raised in Florida.

The French government will see that
the people have a little protection
from the Idlotie auto drivers.

The laboring man Is said to be In
good demand n1 Cubs, yet few labor-
lag ean cre to go ahere, unless they
have a return ticket.

A Mianseota mill recently booked an
or4er for half a million barrels of floor
to beshipped to China. Must be the
boycott has been lifted.

When bte people of Russia ask the
Osr for bread he fresh a ballet at thA.,
It is too bad the Jap eoald not have
mcapured the beast and ent him to SBI

SShould Heart be elected on the mu-
lelpal ownership ticket as mayor of
New York, there will be a huotling
'4tAg (the aative workers ln the other
Parties. ___

S There le no soelal equality among
the people of the North regarding the
colored ree. There may be a few
uohek rasnk, but they are in a small

New York Is to have a ship canal
a roes the Statoe 60 miles Inlength,
with a depth of 40 foet of water. Is
0 will aso have it dug before the 40-mil
Palnam ditch has the various grafter
satisfled. ___

The Presbytery of the Oumberland
Preebyterian Church of Harrodsborg,
Ky., has decided to give all eg lid
by theirheens on Sunday to charity.
Everybody knows that the good Pwe-
byterlan hen would not break the lab
bath ly laying ggp.

The Maeon Telelgraph thinks that
greed fur the almilbrly dollar is hav-
Ing ite weight in the jury box. It says:
"By recommendingl murderers to
merey our Juris are rapidly abollsh.
S lag capital punishment in (eorgia.
S They probably igure that a life or
long term convist is worth about $l80
S a year t) the State funded "

The HUi acknowledged an invitation
to openial ball at the Tampa Bay Ilo-
S tel, to be liven on Tuteday, Nuovem.
ber 1lth, l6. If we fail to w prwl.-
o t we will cmOoseldr our arerl will
be there. The Tampa Hay ior on uf


Many pMir4 a*5rttb;,
wsot arr warying of the severe cold
that lingers aroood those portions of
the United states, and are : isig
South where th e now doe hot later.
fere with their farm work, and where
they do not hawv to toil hal f the year
to make enough money to live on the
other half.
Two elasoee are desired In Florida:
The farmer and the eapitalist,
There is hmple room for many good
farmers l a'll portslo of thia Btase,
whdre tJey a taleso nearly every
orop doIIld for the market, $ad where
a pood Ihigi can be mde on a small
traee of.land. The prime ased for
good lemins land are within the
reai f nearly everyone. Ina peak.
figson tbls subject a well-informed
gentleman stated to a TltaiwUsko
reporter a few days aso:
"This State ba a t grenatet adva&-
itges for stoekrailng and offers the
ineas opportunities for battle, sheep
and hog raniers. The great variety
and luxuriance of the grae, eassva
and velvet beans In the Southern part
of Florida, the supply of pure water,
the mild climate, makes stoek-ralsing
easler and cheaper than in the West
and Northbwt.
"Florida has no asperior as; a frait
State. It hau all the advantages of
climate, atmosphere, and everything
to grow the best oranges, peacee,
peqr, grapefruit, pecans, all berries
and other truols. There are no better
opening anywhere for farmers than
to start otebards and vineyards in
"There are the best advantages for
truck farming, Tb lai aue adapted
to potatoes, eorn, beane, pea, cabbage,
onions, celery, lettuce and other vege-
tables anl small fruits are found in
ver section of the State. Several
orope may be raised from the same
land In one year. Trucking -l espe.
sially profitable."
Let the people be on the lookout for
thee homeseekers who will visit the
South this winter; treat them ri.ht
and show them the best lands, and
Florida will secure a elas of oitlzens
that 11il be a credit to any State.
We want Industrious farmers and
they are anxious to come here. Now
le the time to get them-whon the
"homneekerse ome."
For the capitalist there are many op.
portanlties in all branches of man.o
fa tare.


Something should be done to put a
stop to this "pernieioou" talk of our
oenteaarians. Now here omee, among
the latest. Daniel Kelleher of Wil-
mlngton, Del., who hat Just passed
away at the ag ofU 1 years, b"t who,
before hia death, declared that he had
und tolbe4o and liquor all his life, the
latter in moderate quantities but rego-
larly. He smoked three plopa of to-
baweo a week. aed a local statitlelan
figured on taat la the eoore of his
life be had tsaked no less Mban 17,M8
flot of the pemleeie weed. Another
deplorable feaWre of hi statement ia
his seertesia heta aea e aa wore off.
oweth all a eqk be to preo
vent oer SIeiplpi fha talkimag
or writing tor iuLnL*. Yhy are
doinlog ma than ay ehl t elae to
rebate a lask of eonadeaee la toh opia*l
lowa of the laelkltual bet doliato
people who are etrtviulg to teach ua
how to live.

Paseo ooaty is among the later
to joa the "dry" olema (a Florida.
la an eleetlo" held lest wek the
"d'ry" carried tie day by as o*
whelalg majority. The ooaty
dry eeoo belowre, bet te eleeUom waa
at aside la the eolrta. Thka time It is
claimed that the eleoetna ware so
daeted eo tha the will of the people

will be beded -The Tampa Hmerad.

Beware of OWterwta for Catarrk That

the beet of the rreort hotels in Florida. Certain w O Isy.
ad it is worth Ihe tmen of any toured As moreury will surely detroy the
togo there, ft only to *ge It. Ohrr serl, of ll amd eomplotlydea
mayb fine,. but Ih.rre to o moe .utb. the whole eyste wh ertag 41 I
Stastlal or atti clive ho 1l nthe land thrm.lb the mema eaee B- s. ar-
of Flower, ,le hboMd sver be sed saw i
Prres ptsloas repeable phayie.
It Is too bd that isy o. ui rlneededJ ,ie, a the ida g they will do io te
la the Jap-eRone rn war at htealfl of tid to the god Yeea p bly d.-
m a an asabte ('trr of RhKwt It r te (fum them. Hral O(esan Owre.
a a p east thing for a nalioe or irs ma uartre by I. J. Oree IA O..
preMeat teo attle a quarrel betwe Toledo. O. eal as m eewry, sad
eltis emteS taass. or .ma peom. t aes teratly, ateeUg dis aosy
bet the domIameeta ceondm of he upo e t blod and m. s- ee.fee
Sof] ita sime he as drn0d et. ytem. le ba Haig iaIt Oerib
set of th e.is ta verT Cu e SM ,e a be s e g e It
a-esiltedsis cow aks Lo ks whipped take iaeall Meam tIS TW.
h aJa W.whes heb ewW oseo ea- do. ithe. beF. L.C.4Oa Too.
IlTslm t Thisk malB tbe age Or asmk t*mib f.s-
m he ekl d dif beabldoerel to bby d*ruS Pw eaa per bel.
eahe a he will ham mlly Take tHall's Pumai Pte P aaa.
!*C' I U w eMi'ai- 4Bft --.kH~~, hI CH~


ThW ris of theaUlted Stats Do.
paumeat of Agrieoltare to lndWae the
Southern States to adopt some Intelli-
Pemt aywtfi that would save their for.
ene an anmore an annual revenue
frow them Instead of pursuobl the
wastetfl polley of the Wete is m tling
with altroyal thouthoat this 0ion.
The matter bu been taken upa not
only by the forestry bureaus of the
several State, but by the railsueds,
mariplei, etc.
The Boathoro Railway, for intaes, Ais&E
In Its publication, The Sootherif tield,
p6l1 h out the greas economic rose to
bte South of i.s woodlands, if tey be I.T,
Intellifealy and properly autlised;
and It ponts out the wasteful methods A JrIfh1 th1 s 1e I- lo ladls
that har heretofore prevailed. Lum- o l ot P i
berme l invariably te the mot val- T TS the P e, os the FIManr Teoe.
able tride i", leaving the pooe t f r a ~ cruesslatr the M ieod. B Iyi the o n M
speeis to retock the land; mweh of ela*lIt.
the logglin of the South bha been very
wpoteful of the timber handled; and
there has been almoet no regard for I D A AI
the youna rowing timber which forms CURED OF PARA YSIS
the noeleo of future forests. Finally, w. a'r, T i w 0es.
there has been extreme recklessness wife had be oaw y ra with l a
With fre In the forests. But there bha hr ar, whenu I a d t M'
been a growing realization of the aeri. o-w itment, ll. s 8 o mret. I
Lave ls usd it for ol db Nar fl IatI MA sdla
ousnes of such waste, and the Sooth- a lptio. It deae th Wor
rem ailway is doing its utmost to en- SsT uLiMINT ON AITm I OCl Ti1D, ALWAYS 1
oourage ordinary business prodense on EFUiS ALL. S TITU
the part of land owners and mill oper* TH= a SIZrSt 35%0 50t0 $1.00
ators to inasre the perpetuation of the BA A R SNOW LI IM ENT' CO.
great timber resouroes. SNOW N
Along the lines of railway there is. U A
already a scarilly of good timber for
the uses to which they may put it, and
If the interest of the people can be AmD -- --
aroused there may he much done to W. ". M JOI-TSOITO1a GaiZxesv-elle.
save the Indiseriminate slaughter that
is now oloing on.

Two thousand butchers from all over
the German Empire. assembled in co If A
mention as Berlin, have adopted reo-
luttions which deelare that a suffeieat I u Ie
number of cattle to meet the demand
are not obtainable in that country, and In a Company that is Reponsible, Havea Policy Correctly
asking that the tariff bars be let down Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
in order that a meat famine may be Pays Lowses Promptly
avoided. Such action on the part of
the German government would b very A
much to the liking of the Ameriean YOU A re Ass u red
farmer, who can always be rvlied on
to have aospply of battle for sale, and
who are not averse to reaping advaon. That no serious loss can overcome you without you have some
tage of Inereaaed market facilities. refuge.

IAa n

BAD BREATH Fi, Life, M idt Hand b mm r
SNone but Reliable Companies Represented.

a6t7a *a cantol w A M. CUt SHMAN

ri. ) Information cheerfully famiahe GAINESVILLZ, FLRIDA
6II fI or
... ... ..... -.n .I-

TWhiskies, Wines, Beer and Malt.
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Lxatve FruN Syrup

Preoernl e tlEo
The new laative. Doem
At gripe or nauseate.
Curm- stomach nd liver
mebles and chrmo ear
Iptlon by restore the
itftH~~) DCU5MO Ithes"CM_
natural action ofwthe isn.
ach. liver and bowels.
FW MoI Iby J. W. hdsmftaM& U.

Full 44L eeaure. 4IQt
HOnt1ng Club VRe Rye ..... 1
Noeoa County Rye..---2I o
momore are ......ye.. ..3
Haae's-44- Rye ...... a
IoW aiDoM .... p. ..4
&I Whia.skey .. 3 -
Pesob WAYnd 3 a 71
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Housadt ...... Igo
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North Varolna c I i
Muncami rn
JbSA.. Raw 3 '
Ne~i ced M IM rn a,
Or wrae .am I .1b
RS Of KOeVY. Bourbo 2 71

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Ga.. W. H Trn. Vie.-Prw esjeu

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Uo ir owloe:
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Bi.. s o .f Stat..


prlng In "The Land of Flowers."
I "Bolled Down" to Suit the
I 'Rendr--ltms of Interest to

1tey Is to have a telephone ex-
p0 C of U. S. Cavalry will be a
ithetio at the State Fair. They
theo asia feature at Macon, sa.
'Tho stono safety switch will be
Sby a stock company at Jackson-
~ty a company eapitalised at
d .
Strawberry fields in the vicinity
liey are looking fine and the
SIs{ much larger than any pre.


Murdered Ginl Was a Chorus Singer.
Man Held for Crime.
Bostou, Oct. 31 -Tlit the d!sam
bered body found in a ,uit cak at
Winthrop on Sept. 21 1. that of~Bu
san Geary, of Camb.idgt. is tib luie
of the girl's faitly and, filends and
of the Boston police dI apartment.
Miss Oeary. who a;s ih dsaite:
of Mr. and Mrs. J. D (Gary, was a cior
us girl of the "Shephtrd King" corn
pany, and wag kpown u~i tle stage as
t;hel Durrell. She was -1 .Iears old.
Mrs. (eary identitled ihtee rinl
taken from the right hand fouud lo tht
second dress suit case plickd up neat
the new Oharlestown bridge on Frid&)
last as those worn by htr datightet
when she abented herself from the
theatrical company on Sept il. Oom
formation of Miss Gear.'s disappear
anoe from the company came rfro
Morris Nathan, secretary to the tuan
sAer of the company and to whom Miss
Geary was engaged. Mr. Natian
is now in Pittburg, Pa. According
to Nathan. Miss Oeary parted from
him on the best of terms th eday amtel
the company closed ts last engageument

yr. in this ity and he supposed. he said
Budo will hold a white primary that he would see her at the next per
today, November 7th, to nomi- tormance in Lowell on the followlan
monieipal offeers. Announct- dLa.
I are in order. Man Arrested in Pitteburg /
lrger of Tampa, one of the par. Pittsburg. Pa., Oct. 31.-After a
* Indolged in the Sunday auto long and searching examination at po
Iad his right arm broken. He lice headquarters, Morria Nat.an, sc
0ot break the 8abbath. rotary to the manager of the "Shoep
h. erd King" company, was eld on a
Pi slet atr Frnardisaproduced charge of murdering his sweetheart
Omedy, "Pesuion's Slave," and yMiss Lusan Oary, the victim of the
iople have recovered from the Winthrop suit case mystery, which has
alIolent to have it reproduced. been puulin tae Hostoa authoriuwi
Speddlers should pay a license for more than a month.
State, the same as any other ----
The4 fellows who have been SIX OPiICIAL. LOSE LIVlS.
St. Loois ranges in the western
the Stateare no exception. Mine leas Enter burning Mine on a
folsthe Daral soont con* Tour of Insoetion.
Pittsburg. Pa., Oct. 31.-Flve ml
aeplred, and although bids;
expired, end although bids; nor officials of the Pittaburg and West
releaseahave been ope for moreland Coal company gave up thel
e, tbeorere no taker. They lives when they entered the Ha;el
tough for anyone to tackle. Kirk mine No. 1, of the company, at
lupler of Tampa was relieved Hasel Kirk, Pa., 13 miles eat of thhi
for $6,000 and $2C0 in oaph city. to asortalan f a portion of the
.pocket, while waiting for a mine was still burniag, as a result ol
Louisville, Ky., last Saturday. an uplosion two weeks ago. The dead
his way to Redford, Ind are:
h of Baker A Holmee John Hornical. superintendent.
eh of Baker & Holmes'
Detelo Gtlflta, toreman.
groeery at Miami will be Joiep Hunter.
i* week. Mr. Holmes of the Joseph Huntr. .
llle house will have charge, Henry Oyborne. re boss.
N. Jones is to be local man- Al were married, with large faml
lie. and were men of considerable
r has been granted by the meas.
he Biseayne Fruit Oompany AM the five ma approached the
,to whihh the lueorptrator portion of the mine whioh was bun-
Moore, W. M Brown and F tag they became aware that the water
The'new company is eap. had not extigulabhed the blase. T.ey
t $10,X00, and well raise and decided to tear dowa the bulkkhad
ita Krownan IDade county. ereted to confine the fre to one story
of the mine Just as the covering
lte men, Elllson and F(ole. was rerovel there was a territo ex
from Donnellon and the plosion, ad the aive men wer blows



MontauIoe, ot into a dis in diffetrt, tdrections, all belag i
day mght about 9 o'clock, stantly killed. Andrew oder was c
ing matter which finally badly buried he died everaJ bors
D. D rlin the eombas an later.
man ran up behind Elllion m lm Cer
ibm over e head with < ta '. .. (Ot. 1.-At
of a lastrmeo t which pro- P y there is evtdoce to slow tha
so asa h1 lookiag ba habou the a wther immigration ad qarea
loeg. The wounded man Use eoeferenceI. whlob is to be heldJ
ly. Both me were ar- this cty on Nov ad e, will be the
Ia Bal er. Most repreeetatlvo meetlla ever brl
Sltit Hoe. Robert W. De. I the *o oraa state PistIally
D. Bowyr, leghU Maefrdaml every invItae(om teaed h e bee a
BL MeUt left for WIasnlgto epted ad various other egaat
I oemmlttee fro tsh Tampa f r whom pruovaIs w ase mt de ia
Tde o toepswatl to Sl the &or*inal call. are a"dem h
asry. Ho. e Leie M. h a., rprwMeatation T0 i ts omea.t
Pr-ary a i o' by the gtaa ioportasee of te eueles is
We hos Jo 1 o wtho. be ooetsdereJ and the fac t th t
mTbro Jurn M e m utiment throuahbt Ut
lo t4yo w O*l-b 0- O0n (b eoths te q stto0Sa of a
S-p-n I fm that ety. b eieragna immItraeU toa tohi see et
I-e -i S5 la b C OaN- d t heatoa cutrol of the oaft
l B. M. pasbts. who b&as h tt t y so Ieaby a sume-
i* dl et oi thn IeNt arye
II. If e Seb a i s"iOng Tee*t
It rqe sttee ar o a sure oaw r old o ad woU-
Is 6m8 al memveti of the tseei medy, Weblw's Both.
Ie Ope ateewu' r, m Mm s I y r e liMd teethles. It
o a bho been hold t JaII* --l eebe Shob. so s e e an.
SI Ie iUmbe>. W be M sl aMI p-.s ee wetd lisadt ad t
h w.The *ado"as me e _me dy for dar Tw
eAsws Itoea"**beens ed. %p4e o@aso a e4

* embeft" bowI @ofy umw
sb -m go ha mi et-
~mbe. sa" Sow o -

Am 6 Abem

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one- is

UaWe Loom His L *
bieap0 II A fLTYe .MIf
MbA f t City t o4 Mezk mar
~~' Mnaair was pero'
go -m 60 POW""the rsmeaM
-10900 20 Aft AAr lIng be
as op e oft S"OWW Is 6
0 d. I dub "the
b of eta. bwas -"

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Mining nItgneer
Man P'ranehtee Oc
arrlvins oa the *ste.a,
from the Mexican rE'u
of the death of Jobhn 4
ra miainc eflateer .
0e recently while a0 b
meeiilo, the ca ital o;
slae In the Interior .r
(eysbe was former)
Staying I thisL tale
ora weeks eao for ,

O'ft of Tuppis
bring a sIur)
to, as Ansert
t1 was "Uwds
wa t15ow 114 hr'
,oooa. to the
*'tal 40l1tP Mr
toe aiisd peg
sme ad of

ra.hias HeUsau"io .-Iad a wh
or atve oaervaut to I 31 bhe to lb.
miest Is the ttlawor *bhoa o01
mie as ot Hof "r*r"l Iearwdis so
Se @ W7boo"t by (lhe ipt of o
gob Olasee we. as to the be"
by his WNala guie PS Oaby was
sbud by t'aveelers and a'lie sto

Bee Lsimwent a' orh
Hesrt l) BIdwIu. perleleadeal
O(y Woserwoohe. "A.414u, nWe,
k"I h, tried 'see hedeo
IiaiineeIe, hat Iha.. 'e reslee
mueb hbsek untl I .In wlsaed's
&ow JA t 9., rbIf .5S sed
paie 1 sh lrithe two' 8I414 an
earth" Rc.kbam Mw I bvVF.
W jubseso.
Pewlemoedby Lowel l TISS .
15stt~t4.vit. OMallIMU
Moro-girIr lasJat )a" Q~
lea tasraMe Ut ye I1
boa *a* aIa~dI J) r

stag wwIANN
-~ a -~.l

limp" 49

Mot holsum Pow&
b"~ftm, toot"- a" sftf
ova* flowso $b. e OW&Numebgo

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Jaoksonvlle and Now York,
ClANN" a UMAILZW wX., I (V both "Pgs.

TM rdwd Umft Is tM hs s wAI..o

Clyde New Englinm and 8outhean Lines
Dif"S ft beIes -8e0e ACIKIUV ILW DOOM OW a

0.11mg as Oh.k )(, les. u

behOsed I. ... ...V3 Wbetbss

CIv6 St. ?olms Ram Lim
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E D. Take The Atlantic C L

e-explorems onoi B|Rj| vrr VV V, % l 1 -,
thm to wla- .store ....DENTIST.... NortT via F i Dupont "
esns mno. swetly than tihe D1101 or sumTt Jt'v ,Le s
NO or acks aewsa NGO tU9 'QiInyeI lI s I I Con 'r'
ws nte setler aocker board Is TftVr i m -0*r etr sas h ov
4led6 aloft the green banks Cgs.bM,. cow*1, k wLellp, 08 over maen" deMore Phone WS rlm
,s,"" U e"t. s,. ammt" Pa wn OI "Rapid Transit and tnnsurpassed Service
S m tu g N M Lap0 C % V mm a A111 Ti me T able in eff e A p ril 1S, 1 8 W
At ti s amei loving Spaniard. ea omai A. iABUBLE, Time Table in effeet April 18, 1
masu as sweetly to- GAINESVILLE Arrive krsg
Swhen D oto, Journey, TRIAL m A MAIl l ATTORNEY AT LAW Depart FIN VILLO Arre rj
listened all the way to mm oia And Sol r n Eouity mm High Sprapngs d Inter- 8:80 am
_______Aa__ Solicitor in Equity 8:10J
0 MaS' $ne Not TO& Dnily mediate Points Dai y
the day when Its note. Real te, cooveyanin and Gen ---
board by the ars of the pe- r eal VWe ,O All buniog prompt l3 :16pm Ocala, Lesburg and Tamps, Sad 8:40 p__
buman singepm a baios OIITARY STANDARDS. atteadd to. OfKe next door to Son Dail) Intermediate Points Daily
6 catch the Insplration oAf STANDA"gD S o ob e. GAIpsTILLS, Fw1DA Palataa, L-eksonvil.d T pa and
s on and to do it j60u pm Palatsk, Jeaksonville. 1:86 Bpm
T Tbe human singers Never to*i Av ee. Ua' r d'17 1s E. FERDINAND BAYER, Daily North, East and West Daiy
v tle o ll the a wh a ed upon observ ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1206 pm High springs, Wayeross, Savannah. BrV W 8:16-
He can, If e will, toe tious as to what people are accustomed GAIrnsVIr, . FLORIDA Daily Albany, Atata, all Points North, Eu We Daiy
IB M he touches harmom, sMa t to coasmme, It is pla& that the avrapg -
Mm a the tao it mas doing fMrom light to moderate a ell your eity property, (im. 8:25p m Rochelle, Micanopy ad i a
more fornthe bird's variety tha for ots rms proved a unimproved), phoephase, Daily Dal
Smelody. appromately gram of proteld ruekl ad farming lands. ed him
No mocking bird In all the of matter (18 gram o nltrote), with a list of wht you offer for ale. 2142mt 8:0 a. 720 p
eIt$ prformanct ever _qal4 A. s le a &Mt tool value of 3,000 large tcaw igh pr
t uith bymnllk not eofe tlt of c ao y ate 8o- Deily High Springs Dayx.
thrh but ye t mnoker i tr h i The usual proportion of carboby- W B. BAKER. ex.Monday ox. sulda
thrush, but yet the mocker Js by ta dt. (mUestarhy foo) I. about fTL
the greater, If not the more appeal g a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Inteoble Mileage Tieket, good over 18,000 mUiog the pr.
altager. Whe the bird coalaM liits 00 g t6 1 goranms ofat IJ eipsl railway the Southern Stat*es, are on sale by the prisfl .ente. ,
to the notes whichbleb are its own by birth- other word, the' average man needs ... .OLIOITOR IN CHANCERY.. Through Pullman leeper Port Tahmpa to New Yor via Atlantio Uo
S aight--ts native notes, as It were-thtere o 1 e aboe poteld, Line also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
I. s a- tat" of nothing ve an eauttitg preoximately 10 grams of proteld, 500 ior complete information, call on
m assaie, The bird, however, Is bor pains of carbohydrate and 8Q grams GAINESVILLE, Alaehua Co., FL J. A. DWIN, Ticket A gent sville.
ofowr, ad to that with which fat for hib daily ration. In order to Oece in Eudel Blok. J. A OODWIN Tiket Address:l.
we has endowed it there cowstaat. obtain these amounts of nutrients be FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, Dis. Pass. Agt., W. D. STARK Tray. Pass. Act
1F lbelng added the belong g of othe. Would require per day three-fourths of 188 W. Bay at., A tor Building, Jaeksonvillb, ia..
rIt Is Iterestlng to m the scouts sr-pound.of ordinary roast beet, one DR J H. ALDERMAN, H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W. J ORAIG, Ge. Pass. Ag.,
S tb# eekla brd so a Vt pound of boiled potato,' one-halt pound Wilmington. N. 0. WihlintmW N. 0.
by the nearly rnitholobi sts As-3 0 of white b and one-fourth of a
owa by the early orlUologists. A pod o btt. Naturally meb E TI _.
the mockery and wore In moved to greatervarlety of fd might be adopt- e. Galneevtlc
0 in M tou e o tie thtey, %ks_- _o above, but inde feeuptb will 10t-
In toolLves, I of fher$ of flee to give some impression of the Time Table in effect September 24, 1905.
bIrd eo selae I Aeries early exhaust. quantitle of ordinary cooked food-
Sthe lsuply of aJeetlves I' the 3 m stuffs required to yield the nitrogen Dt GORDON 0. TISN.
amuagwe a tdSolr endeavor to give and the total toouel value called for by No. 4. No. 2. No. 1. o. 8
their tsdes adequate description of the above standard detary DrNTIST. D ly Daily. DTATINS. Daily. D ,.
am sm od the eetln bird. One ao A more elaborate diet, one In large
SbearLd mid 4h rroundings of a measure free from meat and having e-
S tstblm spring drives ftro the mom- sentially the same content of nitrogen O0oe In Miller Law Exchange
ery all thoughts of human prls* of the and with a total fuel value of approxl- GAINIvILLS. rPL. Lv P MLv A M Ar.PM Ar PM!
r ld's voie, and the song Itself re. mately 8.000 calories, would be as fol-. _..__..._ 00 ........ ............Fairfeld................... 2 80 9
liSe t o take their place lows: Fried hominy, six ounces; sirup. 8 10 ... ... ... .......Irvine............ .......... 0 .0
Thet Is q lu ace lan the elsing thr ounces bak potato, eight THE WEST END, .... ....... ...... Dunra ............... 2 10
of the eeker. and the proper setting and t 8 25 ....... ................... 06
for the mg is the warmth and Iarl- e baked ten oune; Il WIE8, LIQUORS & GAR8 .... .......... Hickman ...............200
lace of the south. The bird, however, mashed potato, tn ounces; boiled tr- O iNis. Proprietor ....... ........ Lake SimOnton........... 1
dom not tirely neglect the music lopo JORN KUNzms.Proprietor 4 00 ....... ......Moanopy ......... ....... 140
Sdos nort n t tsi alp, six ounces; broad, two ounces; ap 4 10 ....... ....... Taooma 1 0
onssk otf north. It singo ad nests pie sauce, eight ounces; apple tapioca 11 W. e.Jaokonv la. 4 15 ...... ........ .............. Klrkwd. 1 25
8W M euilketta, aM In th pn diswlvo uautbeer, teettle and draght. Donw't 4 Ib....... and ................d 1 Doe'
'ward p0pge It lose mlothinl of sweet. oqae; trutt jam, four ounces; coe., 4 0 .......' ..v...... ky Point...... ... ....... 11
ass "M Its sang. al one-balt pints, and tea. three- '6 00 inesville.. .... DL
11140114 yore te Audubon Slw 006 OOLv a0 WSA........ ....... 1 2&r
em e.st. ago the Adubo sto t ths of a plont. Such a diet, ownlag 3A 6 ... 1 ......... ...... ..... .... 1104 .
1 ao nrther states ba to to lb veetablO nature and lel of re 80 ..... s..... rl y.... ..... 8 40 M
d. e R8ere from the womelt of the ctretlm. a naturally quite volumi- 7 08 7 12 ...... Graham ..... .... 8 82 9S
Stillas of the gradual dl p. noDu. A greater concentration of diet I 7 15 Ar 7 28 ......8ampn Otty .... 8 0 9 10
r of the mock from locait 4 easily obtained by replacement of 9 60 10 60 .. Plaka 8. ..... 0 p 00 a
wh" e-- Its 0son had ibea heard a portion of the vegptable matter by TAMPA, FLA. ...... ....... .. .......... ....A... .....
e every tu and thicket The lot- meat, and thin the ordinary man, with ... ... 8 48 8 46ke ,
er. told of the robblug of the neets his highly developed palate, usually ... ...E ... 8 10 P -....TallaeM 8. A. L.... 1 4
,1 the binl in order that the young preore to do because of the In-reased LOW AT ES ; 1 0 a ..... oA s., a .... :: 0 P $1 a
migt be "old In the preat northern flavor which his acquired taste now L.W. a76 ....... ... 7 85 a! 7 *tlAn t 0. of Ga....... s7 0 a
SAudubo took u ealls for. Further, the rownrees at VIA ... ... Ar A iAr P L A 41 PM
o i o the eomaanud of the 'iVilttd m en rC-
te lU tof moek souther omeht topped, tier sible rst variety inr-- ATLANTICters Trains 8 and 4 do not run between Gainesville and Faiireld om Sundays,
Iea d lb ttoiplf diet rut whatever the chrneter of- L E. BARKER, General Superintendent J. 7. iILL Agent.
and they sutclceee In a lerge measure the daily food or however great the
p" u lptltiNg an endw to the ale of the number aad variety of the lngredients _-'---- -
S *rt"the uortlr lmarketa. The It will be fd tat the o p GAINESVILL SO UTHERN RAILWAY
t 4Suee of a n'klmn bird oiaed and of tent and fuel value of tfe dallyfood of I V 1'
s tocklig bird at IIbety are ea differ- m ankind will la | efrl f1 reapond la
a as arethe 'spirits o slaywy large measure toithedetary -teadards TOTAMPA -- Effective May -8. 19o.*
o. moo. .U usually adopted throughout the clvrlls. T...... .--.. P7
It would te a task of days to give e6 workl.-ItusM.ll II. lbittendea ta and Return S Vestlbele Traila Eaat N e. 84 N.e. t0 Nort ad W4 t. No. 1
adequate Information of all that has Centu.y. L o o - ..
dbeen written contwlernit the seoB of ntury L Jackonville So Ry 9 10a 7 66p Lv Jacksonville, Fla..... o. By. 7 45p
tm wriouthern mtknlug birt. Paul Bae- Lv Jeup So. Iy 11 40s 1040)p Lv Jup, Ga.o ......... Ry. 1 P
lito""n "ayn C A S T ORd with ohe birdie fSd T s 1op l a Ar n IR Ap A A oveb 1 16. 17. Ato n s..... So I ....1.1..Ar R meo Ga. . .- By. ; s
SI be canbt the ttay of Iu I WI- C A S T O R IA T. .. 27 nd o10. 16. Final limit Ar Chrlot S, Ry SS 2 ARlans, Ga ........ Sy a
Hlant HeItnry TInmrtl ltie Hlayea, a t IXSf t C of ,Iekeo Doelber 1.1106. Ar Greentboro So Ry 1 138 12 1p ArD ona . Dy.; 5
oosutbe lu^r. l-..^t th na Ben AbS ... F-r full infv, R? 221r 2ga Arrhi heArg an, Tonl.. o. S 4 .
S a(>lraUon of 1w bird. t ote. Thesouth. IN UM -M 1 AM v above or other ra1ee eall on Atlanlie Ar Richmond S<, Ry 6 6. 6 44n Ar Lexiugton, Ky Q..A. 5d -
mB poets. wouldki e.en both natpral ^_ Coas Lia pnae or write ArL-otehbury -o. Ry 434a 4 60 ArOineinnti. 0p 0. 7 4+p
an andright, hme e*,..ht ,tt the tie 9w411 tf y *JF FRANK 0. BOYLSTON. Ar Charlotteille So Ry 9 IRa 6 10p Lv Chinenast, O .r ,P
Streuaay of thi. singer of the southern Mlatre of ietriet Passeaner Aleat, Ar WaBhitoe . Ry ,k g a sp ArChieao. Ill ... '1r iC '
Sotrwi --t'blhgmlad*t. Jkha..avilie, irl. A. Ph'dl'ia PR. R 14K 1) ..... -.

11.WrcV Wis"Is. Ar Now York 4 1 6 alll ....ft 71
A 1xim Is a loyadle friesel. It Is t of f Wink that 3ev, --- E v Cineinnati.0 ..D
sio*t oovr ot.Itteraad A diry.No, 34-New York and Florida Et. Ar Chicago, III ......'
aa~,osI ye to eie~ry ntaoul. It iierr fliKr peam am.) Aaueri.-a'u at', dirt. 'Zea JrotTap mdJckon rTld,0 ....3 .61
aw abit to wic they object is t at Prees" Dal, Pullman Dring Room ln a, 0. .- 0.5,3DB
WaskliDn the lb ammt o or bee to a bola Yla di D. 6;)Y
out barl wo#rtsor angt-r. itreiei waLm th laibls or ace Va k LO D 'ille to New York.
ormrerytllk to you V% lot GUU m oro. taking a tl pah crbW4 the __' * 0
-10 W8-"Whisnton and Fioridsi lf; raunnatiO. 7Nj s 83'
thounuly blaquirlux frame af ndn4l. water naO runlnu. Th clas t"e muni nga FmIur butted." Daily I'0llnmn lraln InA Ptieabori, Pa. /I
Wtwn yoa ru or" nqtl It Posloo you bdL.r Room Sl0eping Car Jackso&3vw. to Lv Oaneinnati
Just toboumt to satisfy 11 -digglitig the water be Is washiag with out Everything in Seiiwi o Cooked PC Order. New York.
smeceeartly become. And ev te Aal r. -lvlno
bra'!" of ytr uatiter at that particular to balh step. frth as rh'msod OYWMR AND @TEAK$ Tbrtx -In ofaad the 1.. 1,s t;;r
monwet. If you grnw tird and put tr water 'l&o i clams." so Dawn th loot. LieoiF
asIde tW.'ei~n.tualy98$W, It nver Atw-
I~iIt lP lu( tul* ltt o~n t~u tkWPPIWA ~ ) C FrXZ the,80 Amt. J Itsobbiirl Fla Q. y Loeb. me, ...... ,)1 *'
proors Imit greeti yowu mar, r q'-. IvT Savannaho. (Isy u-Isa Ar .4,sa rW- 9
ft+I the nst fluic and tIim you the not 11 MOM& PRCE K7L 2llNA LE.At s.l,& Ar Birmingham, 11
beat It h andti tWo agats to rotor to Mamms-3th.wbao have 791 PRI C A AtAsheille, N. Ky A UMemphis.... .
yoWr best litipule Wijet pom, *s tI WEST tol' be" d S prig grs.nNCi4 R I
fthThe vlals. of antmtlulty It guides wt a d* 31 ~)a SPD E J SCARE At 2P Tens 40..3

'r al 1 g ray~oS. Uma taeo eb tf s WW ooos La A oisil
Pow_ _1k_40 A rrt .... 11I

.1l Qe. Dhbe w (h l Tem tes -I IolI~C an Rolet Yu I~'sr BR S I~ wmabO5 Seapu4~c ~
d gth are-lout Itovio andu with bee eft 1W M.r t 9at Iiiits No1 ......... o
rabo 'e OCmsIPatIO ru may tlui S tb*-I1 B OX Ins. bsiog 6ar Aer No r uie now, uI
il.t Asti taa soie syd -Wa a ,, t - -I aily 6Ceirdais Se0I'#01
have fwrr. mlt emil......b r IN P.ina 1)allr ki Av. Y.. T o"L
-at.y Qumoms xetowl. Stod LO a..H &sh~ Co WWI:e ..d
pwh Itms may do a Uthi we ne yn ay &t Is ,abskel 1081" it II enR ~ 5puaa-t

114.W a oftleto f is Irm veu Tork, WbaajiI~ng tei: 29.
Ww"Do *01a"- Mr. m s sae ts i. oo 7 NMPOWsoas Ila ved"111111 d ho L
kow York 0 a. '.W


Op k7L -4.ease

p NI 4, IN A WAY,

hey Rave* Net,.
sa es***e D***
Ottheher Bir.d

bare the now very con
at athe aCent sport of fa.
ied eLa In England woult
0 alter ther opinion if tbhl
to be la Wiltshire at thl
of year, says the London
S d to have the opportunity
t with some of the amateur
ly their hawks annually at
inde a quarry.
emeM gain admission to the
reunions of these latter
pa they would Lnd that ser-
Lth birds most diatingulahed In
In the middle age are stlll
I the elfaame way, wear-
'o jed es and having their
ed with those bright col.
a and waving plumes which
mostly known to us only as
In old world picture. They
In actual use sauh words
Sand "eyeses, "luree" and
many more which now con-
iareaders but a vague and
when encountered In the
SShakespeare or 8penser or
no doubt, that there are
nge. No more can the lordly
be thrown off at the heron on
for this splendid bird-bravest
of all that fly-has long
anted In these islands, and
capped mountains where
has her home no trappers go
errand to ensnare her for
No longer does a Danlsh
a cast of thee noble crea-
speclally welcome preaet to
peregrine we still have,
In ever decreasing num-
goshawk, though extinct In
is tlll sometine sent over
rests of France or Germany
to be trained and flown
sl le. And then we have,
:will not be for long, the tiny
much enduring and much
sparrow hawk, and, rarer
not entirely unknown, the
hobby. Occasonally a
Africa or a shabeen from
ported by some euthuslast,
ine abMped barbary and
desert falcons have been
recent years to wear the
hawks and poiMtbly a few
Been tnedm and flown
w ae- Uae r 3t
number oly taor spect
moaty sed In Bngland.
them has Its own special
to play In tO bafot
tey are Intended. But of
lrge number of wild cra-
*e pursult of which nature
each of theb to excel only a
survive In as tcent sumbers
be found In oultently open
serve as sltable quarry for
f tr a WlUtshIre ia enern-
for whbic the peur ie
lrerved are ealy three-
sad partriges. It io I
part of e year tat the
ago" QMV7-q dstee
a we tolls fm prewv-
Sthe eeka b female-

brotheno, ealn "tlrents."
isIo sewsn elgly a1 aoks,
e t tsa naittrd tlf er
a th -, r. a n Mim rw
B the aa. sl Mte

mtt d hea
tab k uIbs -I to mke

o a vmlm -e b-s

please e smens aem wm
pe Mt" meeu- w

-wlr -- -em--~
low C" am a~r
ptm Sl g"-
few w ow- *

am now 4dr dir -md il
- sI

&oft% awgr t o U*
q~y 1,1,1111Mw -Ind

down with almost Incredible spat In a
loag atoop, which often. Indeed, mills
Ita mark. but, I the hawk ls a dps
one. often succeeds. All peregrine een
be used for patrklge hawklag. weth
they are oC one ea or the other sad
whether they ave been taken as ey-
easee from the serie or have been ap-
tured in the adult state in Holland and
already oed tn the spring for roks ar
Partridge may alo be taken with
gosbawks when these are exceptiom
ally quck on the wing. but In thr
can theI flht Is more or lesa of a aeI
chase. with one of those llghtnaiglike
deeaeta from out of the sky whlic
are considered the chief merit of the
light with the nobler falcons. The
quarry for which the female goebawk
Is most suitable and most often used is
ground game, either nbblits or bares
This kind et hawk. like the sparrow
hawk, can be flown a great many times
in succesleu on the same day, and
quite a big bag of rabbits has been
made with even one gomsawk when In
first rate fettle. But it require an un-
usually stroina and bold one to tackle
and bold on to so large and vigorons
an animal as a full grown down hare
of th, Wiltsllire plain.
eptemulwr sees also in full awing the
caimlalgn with the two kinds of small
hawks which are now trained for the
field. Of these the sparrow hawk Is
the larger and the more difficult to re
cln iu and keep In .condition. Both
sexes are usually employed at black-
birds, although no bird of about the
saime size selus to come much amnls
to them. and they can be flown at sev.
eral sorts of quarry In the same day,
whereoa the long winged bawks, and
elweclally eyes peregrlnes, abould be
kept exclaslvely-at least In any o00
season of the year-at one Sight. The
female sparrow hawk is usually very
much bigger than her brothers, and oc-
asiloually one will be found so stron
and courageous as to be able to take a
few partridges In the early part of the
game season.
The mode of flying is very similar to
that of the goahawk, and each of these
"short winged" hawks is more proper
ly trained to come back to the 1t aft-
er unsuceanful flights Intad of being
brought back to the "lore." 1ke the
high fying falcon In the purault of
blackbirds, as In that of the magpie,
the heaters bare a great deal to do
with the aunere of the operations in
finding and dislodging th canning quar-
ry when he has got to obeiter la a
hedge or boah. Blackblrds can also be
taken by merlila t both saex, and
the flight proment no great dlffrenes
from that In which the larger hawk Ie
Many other small birds can be taken
by Merlina. although many are too fast
of Bight asd too tricky to be overtaken
by aay hawk that ties. The wheatear,
whbic may soettmes be found on the
downs la a toerably open spot, s note.
ie for hbl triektem, and It will take a
very good merina or ee a eaot of
them to touch him. But the best quar
ry for merlia are those b AI whieh
take the air and p up In piral rliag
with a view to keeping all the time
above the ptlnung hawk or hawks.
In this case the meritn ompatyeE mt
be la the pink of ooMdlttls O OWtbey
hare to fy mile, rlngin g wr d al
the time, before they s ca g et
abore their quarry, and then gM st
beglo a toeg armes aof e sach
made with the utmot mor sad kI1,.
before either ef them ai ft -e
wab sh lie s the wUll met ae
t-t or until the tiety h- eenwI
himaif In msMo o i the eI m S m
gesm whkie arm big and *g e- to
IaIld him fr m l-thsr pIut
ThRs are. et erfM, /m mss
besides Wiltable Wer hawh a
eows, and there ae m a ed qur-
rtm esie ste t m mm ems 'Thie
are, for instance, the u at P em
ad the very La sad d* dM ~ g ~ *t
gns. B3t te vary --InMa of fw
eeary is Enad is me-ssed wr
sody estlethlu by the Mene I r i
atrtyiss aU f the rarer Mrl. Ana
the who wish to e n i to t pmee-
mHe mnt make hate er they wlI be
im late.

The cab~rvysats are elmWsel
meIs In tepindts hoesaw I is
bstlo "se-methiar hviss twso l
Is the bho"man 6111mieftdoth
hA od t eNth$er I Atm hbr Th
spb' lma my amI so the w es a

lb domw PavelY, M s s o o
batam w she esml oa Ssoe
I h u e d d s r to eam s Oq per h m

ro-- 1 15 TIO loon-M U. pwtro
of Oso #I"pi onm" -isamenv
ow SONbwd tso hI"& of so wam
960 BMWbesmfifg a s~, bet6
mm be am taemIIN*&d o
~omw"s beset byaeas o

go* amm.owsoa* bow"

Iam to -mns

3 MI5 I an ** ow bw

-'- A &W.,

Gamnesvlle Realty

Co., SO ED.
Pam-u C.00mb, ';Islom

Buys'Mid Sells

Rut Edmte......
Oolle0s100E1 9 u'ts; Broker.
sg3 kt a nd Life

CoI k Sokicited from
pe *~,rchosors

IL JAV3A ft reideat.
0. W. 80@9139^R GeotwelersetaLaw,

101l BAliW:.
Lot J.4 Sql Dnhe'e uub-divkieon
of 11108% 1. ? o1 ohe orilgIA
Bar t ;0140Gamarile4L.
a 4 wed 416 WWII It and 14" 4~
and II is DI of N'. R. Tuoma
sob~dlvlslom q~lGwbrllt'.

= Whe ltretheom.

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dIiNOUNBER 1, 1905

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Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia. New York,

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Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Line Operating

Makes a Specialty of All KlodIsDaily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jackonville to New Orlee

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