Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 2, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01010
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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(AINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEAllBi i,\ I


TEN CENTS A WEEK


REEOO MANIFESTO


ISSUED BY NICHOLAS


ussia's Emperor Grants Many

R-forms to His People,

)UNT WITTE GIVEN THE PRAISE


C.f J !, : I.' K'I aIre tv4sen t lal
to T! v~ ~1 h~i t.I i ar le

Ttvn I) t I' ii' a 'ij~pJ. WillJ
til r 114i1%\ 1;1: 1M1 III
1!:-- TO I V, P I, :~ opulation
111I4I .1I' 'O r e 'i 1-(A ofliberty
1l III l liii' re (el i' i. utilityy of pet
''I ~ (.'~t clo(4j',.. 11CV. 3jpe~f(,

:'~ onU \VI~auu ~ Iding t)'. &I


I the EmpIre Is Rejolclng-The Czar if) 1'.t i Il'i P !11 tt
rl :1'.1 ,e IAr ht w e t aite
Has Granted abouistitution and Rue1 Ir 't l'tu!of h.Itinlea wil

sia Is No Longer an Absolute Mon' I ,, rta,;, ; ha.--la' e 44 1ite Population
archy-SGtrlke Will Be Called Off.J ui.'.! of electoral
rI";'h . e, intl. rlit Iiiiiinate develop.
IPettraburg, Oc,. .J-11:.:';u P.rA. nt itof 1!ii- Itipie oft the electoral
He RussIan cap-tal blotJN0,1bh. I I 0th rT.,it In c( e tal to it*- newly establish.
flags anid buuiiLII aIU, u. At i.t, .%. ed l egsattiv' onl.'r rof things.
ps were Ai;.itbai u I u lium k. l 'hirI 'ITo .ai v:s11) as an uahange
ts, and the clty prtsultt dd ,b ablle rU'ethat no law shall be enforr'
noriiual appeara -ne. i), I. :!ho1t hthe a ppri oval of the state'
e nery~oti.,utieaa of the ptop~e bu- delna and that It lOmi tbe IsaIble for
enly diaslulpared. \VciIrkrint[IU." the e&t'i'ted of the Ieuople to exersel
thoushitud ioieicl-d luci kt'i) a r4ml pitrnrle~tRion In the stuperlvison of
p. and uc LUH(hS %i11111t ut a~t 114 othe I- vi t v or ih, act, of the authori.
pernihision of the' s~rikke ooiuti:t. t:C, sitppointedi h\ .t.
T'h' authorities lid Allll ti ii e:r "Ve aJ)It'41 it) all fatihful sons of
er to eueourage the sphiti of re flI .Ia to rememnier their eluaty towards
ng over the neitly gtantld 1ib'r the' fatherlaud, to aid in terminating
It %as by order of Gutr ral Ti tihtme uprece'de'nted tlrolbles and to
that tne regulation evt'iii m a OPt heirforce* in co-operation Wlt
hung out, teli terokpst Hirt' la b tt)ti io r'al uratin, of el ill and lit-ac
ted to pt-rniuL them 1t v1,111 Lb.:r aup(t olr r"atill Hoi!


UaL night's d linonst iat'onsl cuntilii
almost until morning.
procession of 3,000 persons wit.
lags paraded the Neviky prospect(
4 o'clock singing the Marsecl'uls
they then moved down aLiltu::
to the Russian Baitlle at the tor
Shpalnaria street, where, for an
they ma4d the welkin ring wiil
tionary songs.
lately opboUte stood the well.
OeLsack barralks and the crowd
particular delight in bowllag ma-
Lt that dirnctlon. Th So--
Democrals, however, are urging
followers not to be trlckeJ b)
vernment, but keep ap the fight.
inzed a demonstration'of the
riat In the Va.Illl Ostjov district
ornlng In favor of the organia
f a natural mlllti and general


Sty.
I itp'rial niuiilf'otQ has produced
Lderfully fine Inipress.on. and If
Red In a frank and. hionesr plrl:
Iall)a milch of the prevalling dil
t The distrust of the govern
is so deep-ealteld. however, tha'
iberis say that not until wordJ
slated nlto arts and the p opile
Enjoy their litwrtite will con
Sl the government be restore'J.
Wite has been showered witi.
ualationr upon his personal trli
bbt to all felllictatoas, be said.
t! Re-serve your congratial
until I have succeeded "
*" Ieeing the Asociated Press
Iponel) nt Iatr night Witt'
pd until :. o'ctiok in the morning
ua up again at 7 At llbht he
i a Inrlw of congratiilatklns with
r-Nle Such nBe@ as comes from
Bterior today is distiactly better
X protacial aithoritwie thbroac
try whirl lc that rspec t Is per
spread the mers of the great o
iplttltutloa from hoiw to bouleM
ltis mtorMiyg the strike appears
rwere to be gtag to pieces
8sigeto Isamd by Niw esia.
I folbowlag is the text of the la
I masl wo:
% N4aiina. tie Meod4. by tbh
9 04. emIperor ad satoerrt of
he R*aulas. (Grad Duke of Fla
etc.. declare to all eor faIthtu


i;l tie ait l'eIt i ,offt. ( iletloIer 30,. il
ItheL I \l'. th )ar ot oiitr reign.
NI('IIOLAS."

Rejoicing at Warsaw.
V'IlarA 0. l1lit8lan I'.lalli., No% 1.--
'Tl' li ai, rial maniftsp'aoi Kratiting H cion
Siltlltlol i ol ) liillA nia It.' a deeL p liupit
bloln lin tih people lt hie 'Tbpy ni.
bracedt In the restaurants and ithert
Wwal universal rejulcing in which tae
arni) officers Joined. The mllltary
patru;s save been wlthdra n.

Excitement at Odens.
4O(esa, Nov. I. -The promulgratio
here of Uie emperor's manifesto was
Iolloweu by the wild.et eaeiltoot,
vast erowde exultantly parading the
stre e'ts. a notable featue being the nutu
ITrs of troops marching and cheeriu
with '.e l people The church bells are
rliigirng thlinklagting services are b-
ing ii-: aiind a puli c huliay baa be no
Plo ililuii'd.


SURGEON PARALYZED AT WORK.

While Performing a Serilee Operilon
He I Stricken Down.
('b'cAnKl. Nov 1 While -e war
perfurnat; a strtouu ouperallko yest.r.
lda) !to lto' iiche-Il Itea*e bshospal. Dr.
J \W' i4A,1l., one of the Ieading san
on,' if I'il i at i'e.tl surlg s 0 on0 the
north ;Al.*. *as 'rlcke'n by paralyssl.
Ttoi oVp, IU'.'ix i nlfe dropped suddl n:,
fr,,ni tl, h.a:,;. *as picked up by Ia
llrrtet auid glV a bark to bim; It drop
pe.l aga n frilin .. a nrre'e;sce fingers.
and iltn ':i,* milnrtliantl uande'-rstod
t.") (.:'r #j hiu. frpm ibh rtl"pl anI
aui'h'- i r : n r l.>;ci.< l th opera
tih.*wl l ':. I.i. A -assful. it ils n
Ip rr" ',e b* lI r.c-r i ver. or eL-n
tetrD }W n.,0,) 1,..cnn' c w.ioBalnsoa**
It was- *-* last slbigt hat the stroke
was br,,Ug' et n so.Vrl by overwork
sal 'a'r i ..ar (o r nove'r) wrl

)r: ( wa* .I rTve baJ *ullffrd fr,
pera') It :). for* or *bwon ioy I) -nr'
ton of '.re* d'. ea He ls 42 years


lnaOme sole United Stat
Wa'1sh'ng'a Nov 3 --la t l
i,'Pr- c.r '. -I.a I'Btied4 'o .


pt5~~ m-" &oitetebksada~at Ion to A~sIsifte'),- "te h.ailbsgIn towe case'
1' capItals sad ta auaro tb umib..f v ivIag 'i'.. t "''f (weoIsIe'WDCF'SgP '
Stall ro bart wth e'ice-siv wm'. 15I' .'i d

mho sorrw.at Th eg-a sc w1e ta caps
Hbe sappimee @9 tIe-ftc; of The e
I N Is lo sboa bli d up Witp I wnb 'M ..v-o eo IIn 1!v& *nV? I


Of Or peoPle an& d .


taae p'' dlmwds Mal,
U'SI bal14, l dmvptk Tbs
t~e bswnt wily ast go!,
tw -,.etwt u.w rvre as

Thme m as aam the1
-a of wf
01* onam d s ="a


jw r al 0 'a 'f '. .I* ) -'.e' I I! tr
a'c:618 JI6 1161, .1 1: ~ ~ r


V. shlr .s




a all T&Sibf
wo travee,


'' C t., 10 Slaver,
'A UP


Tro-oo 0441" from L:
?Vet*04 'Off 40 1,
k-a' ~%a Trf's 1,dS.:

.-- r'lg ?s. re-utt
&L t w (smo as


CHIEF EXECUTIVE


ARRIVES AT HOME


President Reaches \Vushingtou

in Excellent ;,;rits.

LARGE CROWD WLLCOMED HI'.)

As He Clme Ashore ie President:
Salute of 21 Guns VJ~s Fire,-MrL.
Roosevelt Was at ..vy Yard to
Greet Her huabnd.


Wasaaiingtou, No.

ji':lu At tile %ab&ihua''
li..Po, u'citIk uils iu.
[llults later he had
t 11 v Wl.iite NMueI"III
Mms. tuoseveltm and it.,
elid. Which rounded oi.


M W's n I ILI)I
', I It a tit t tli

.pr 44&Atat an


Ultll'ti c uiry dlit li ,i illc'iii l tf i')
a. presidentt. TuI p,-I t Il L ii ll .I
to tie executive office .0 l,,i IuI'lIIo
Two a ed :irr uloouings peop,. ii KaMU to igt
er it the l Ul) )Mrd .: .il. FI r ai
hour an tkiuort uf Ul ',ta *m irhealud b)
ilt' Marine ball 1 ud, (i u i itl Iut;tUg
the %harl. IMr. I t-.1 t,: IIarIt .
In her laudau at 11. aid inld tlini
lor a itllve auuud thei .tl, the, point
of illnt'Trciht of lhilch %', .' iollte td ou
bj a naval officer.
\\'hrn the Dolphin liteiai'd arliiun
Arsenal Poult and lit It l'ot1rluula fot
th eastern branch, 'o fr l lug squal
iannliig the salutilng bite ry got rutly
for action. Teno ilLtiti before' it,
landing was made a vs.ilt# of 21 suns
was Itrd from the iyar baittry and ni
miediately answerilo Ii the Dolphi.

It took but ten itulDes to Make fas:
under the order of I.plailn Gibbons.
During this time tlIe proalJout, b.c
retaryr Lib sad urgeos (ieserai it
ey. stood ol the upper deck at the
stern. T'b prouild % nt a&i mtwuh nlter
lsted 1 the muorin:ls papers. wl
bad just been pillt ALird from thie m,
lWOe boat Vigiliant hilh se"'bd ,a e I
ourt to the )dl Iph r on erlP way to the
wharf Wha'ti h, olrked up hite 'eJaigit
lbght of Mrs i ll tie. Itai iitl g i jii d,
salutes.


Th~e crowd i .1 the- reev! 11nitl)
the pprv-lde'ut al. xly l ckme. Igaa I
Wall) uIgtla45ut f -meo.
Ansmom n LasUt n. saxP.ak %s III
plack COPtain KV C. IA:Ui1#1 ")tij
3&alidae t of thi-s'0 I 01iltm5ls ii auk'
pAWl 1-Is tulI al i on the' pta.. Inli
Tbt. 4 'ls thei e m ) 4 tiaite I i' #,&in#
ral, the' e',atlge :. 4'b of the abip oW
too' ," tle' ae', at 1 A! it'. pIoaid I-I Caine
W!tIrwe st.liv- I s eetalms pip
sceuha'dr iJ.I ixt In e Mark uf heta1l
hiA fla cs:i-e' I m'rots the arms.' hoad
Abe at, b p-e I a cp, *I .' the' tet
MONuhdel n ut :h, .t- (fine' SIeSnf P is
tht- "4mr ed;451t Ildrimo I
Tb.' prrlte'a'i "Id unamr~rerd sn~
thee cdoffe-s *j 4 I .1 *tosia at "a&

It USS ii m,, 0 FUst 'he mSatlbp
abeojil crIe :.. 'Ide'at emut 'ef lIte
sasd, but at its- e -lualloaa,4 the Ir
bole to tie a Ilas m vevrI 4roev
up Ieb lot '': guard, Lthe wow
do *evstd 'he.W earrviag warmly
grasped a hearv bd "h is it. amll h
ort"& pee-ewa'4, I A1m oA 10aI6d
11W *Oftwil put- I*MAI basmimet
*'tmw psMWe teas rcvhu e&sa Ise
Waire parod y ) ert
&ad cewe
V664 to a" WI, ho Ube prov
1401 fma he drve,,'ore "-Of 1) 86.
yeA bkseh came ? I4 M(tftu he
shi'.


gssnueol@9ofAsssW Sjeopped.
faeS 5slbr'p*.* 1', I -'V s &.*s
ft' M4~ shept WemoIP" 44fw !&*



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@ Ae s ',u.j&' &W Isr j.. Ajr..
of4 .a Vw 7 a 1 OOMI ySO* I 0'Fo
&I& gtieuc e 's, 4-5@&Op" t*L rftI

tL :e'g -.5 .- f'sn Is
ota 'C C tr.I I Odn~il t
owl P, pit'-*. yes wrq'weq

boolra' : ws"rs" 40S@9isa4
sa he.r beesI# K9*d s


WANT bo:AT TIESTO -I L B M BONC3

Movemart on Fc.t to Fr.e PPyment
on 041flu..iatc Paiper
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1,o I I I j I te it i I 1 ?1 11,4?' 11 1tD i 1a1. t
W fillhen Called U


AIciotnte He4, KilledIl HImselft .

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W i ll (0 t ei't t)) t(ii lteil it O r it-'i rl,
o ilcl.KA Hl irater flir vs
tbQiIll ou Ten It 11111111l e i
spir'its, -laRIIN I tg a 'S INt.Ikttit %I hlit





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c al Ille deIe?4 I ft il cu -- t ol Is'Ill!Ie I
theei ii, t h' dIi.I srl ofI,, letstts
When Called U pom to Check Over Hiso




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lie r te, t I M. Novl I .4. C.
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hIm ritsrelati e Inieanal )olenig W t4I t$I
It tf Inpt- thai h. e uld ijot a Ion it
A.Ilat, t p eeeIt1111t I Now a si leal em III)
w rl t it Ito.lb i th ird me r of th, los ;eiittl
Art'll b yre-is out I,.% lercnvr e
Itf1 11 is t 1 4j 11 .6 1 1- lit f I -Ill 1-:6)~







wmturaim'.J suicide by shootIngr hllies
bIlia i, 44e r lht tem ,le
At t :1i dln, i t Ie peI euft 4Is.0. I ee
.111 Ir, 1I t0e, 51 t51 lt lit 43 It,.
himwaria oflb. ehe rhivaa


Jote Diessves lregweetfen
4602 In ftr atie-m 14faf It
yeafordsp diseoleed 1 the Injt. ,rei
strijalag The slelov Ifieccee! ,(
Royi Arsasass mfrtpmu *mtaa@S w n~g s. I)
much for seftst to I MPa ha, W e
iawes( 5efe'&he L" 14" nwe 181. ,4 i
t" *61kaw sexpeelo *'50, I '54? be eII
so OWY 050e pru"Ilse id 'urigetI irse
inu 0 10 thet 'eyl *., bn r.g Cue
OaN bto tis l Omoffh
teIsd The tempuv'rpi yrai'ta' tim icla
WE. A&a" son r Ir ypeta 'b .m.,tm


URGES REMOVAL


OF QUARANTINES


Authorities Say it Is Perf. ctiy

Saw Lt Llt Djwu IXE's.

SITLATION 13 GR3WINO erCriER


I All th: Towns of Louralana WIH Re


motve Restrictions at Once and AiW
bama and I exas Requested *o D@tso
as T liet c Ia sNo I'ut their Qanyer.
Na UiIt f.$, NI% 1. W I I It aV Q


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aviloll Allcollull~ Lf
i, i Ito I m k I.si t pt it AV !1 ,tAl 4 0
11 too L 1;0 .11 i 1.444 t t, wpot l.4 t-ital.3 0
of4. 4 al It .If is il~ t i H 14,1. a :1te t 01111~
to % it) i t, it, tiie 4elt, ltm u and
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(jlt All: tat. A 4if Ii't.I 14-111'r 1t 114t W1.1
Iiilart, tliivi d V-ee ~,tiglilaand4

'I iie' telov e iiiea'ti i i ts.-irt -uiitinises
KI %I* IC 1 WI It 4'i s 11 Y o Iy *tI-nty I- e
-U,e it lp 4-i t itittoisel teor ostivirrit.
it if it to cie itidet ee i lint I thers are
aimiii 1 ; 71poHt homes In NewO t)rloeas
ime nu lie'of the present Iteiogillficssce
4if fhe' Inflection mSii. g a illive
'lt'h -b4athe r fof lb. nllrtire epIdeitic
*ere' tindut 4C, and the Prei1ltkon 1s
tiheilt'e(Itaixi-hesh@'i aate wrriks Sal) that
the* lotal WOcii rl ot refiuh '64111. whal
lot alsemitil hialf I aiot milf r t hat die eut-
utia l f le) ( et e'titar e ct ltits. will be
me'slltI '1 1.4le.' twIasas gastin utoo to
let lid a m11lll t14 IP4. I il4-tthe are bow


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IU 1 i' at Ii ii to vfi'I e fit) ehe tW he
ot an ti-,.
InIa I tettr wnlleh lIr Wht'le has wrlL
Itr iv I'rp%,,ele it kietrc llt, ee the SlAtf
Ikepord ifuu lti,0 hipe #,pilatin the pieo
Iico t.' 5- iem'a' itptel here After ms
P1104 ltl Itsg m be'foluple, for The a aiot
anne Ilelt holfl, anal lilhtho utwhich as
4-1eil1. eloe hoed t. I.n ierlestul. Di
Wi'him, tops
'I Ift.?e-relt''iimy eferv~te a onal
h"l I. U 4.mrIe Mt Slid 1rr I b r. stmIt
nopt an m, limoirloer. aml itI I have swetwoot
#'-I Il nit sore Iit Is wr atw e I W48
pl atl Ir rti'"mmi..1 wit h Ithe full and
hearty rinfrsentor(thee peOle', slSd sow
thet It i t 11011e Idrawing *Ner fo Mi
top IMrvelittcgt to e 'cirn n ewal 41m814
I' iopr lot'" frupsmlbilltilml which hawl
ha Sn upi to s le It, t reel lg upem lwe, I
Well to sutre ,.cu t sal lal ohers. thot
I have had 11M) 0l*m esrepi the desire
to elp sell I more pet thiIM )pI. of
lalsissi thel t rct m44e4aa to Me i itrn
lbe bowie isd tab thti to.pOle OOf
lIel selfilwovmmsat same the spirit of
mdl VIdeaiieft whirh ham nwad. the
Am11fim PoIple ohat they arm a0s 0ss
in MosiW' bhm ltpintiUte-I'l o t'he *ufh
WOlab be. beas d .oebe toy us In Ih.
slaw,


a y INFI a aiaves W ehed by Dy peeIte
to IPA" tbe 2)A.j*" Lep I ut e'sunt s4d4 sI(ramt. Issa No',w 1 A oeae
as Jisewcalvs 1,l O"i tto e b t Isle InFurlig a Myve re*PfI cept
h e Was a -SI to a 1, 'eI ," eed t tag* a m je5s street 154 istrii-d

PIeh a* teaoeI 4 Iw& moo: am o v ra4 t F' I NSt 16) 1001 a5View
ia L b P si c1i' ieS e&M t i t be pc id uoh
& Sam eof n p e'5 ,A)me 6 0 1..* o' -e t ef ___ il) 4m : f i
1"0 14' he 10. Ipt -4, $p.'e I C aWc
C 0'" I mi 04 is" 0l6. a 116fi '7Th. b *#)a in i
Ca- A40 4.. O' I ..I Wru 5ese Is Wli:lm Se an or f, cP f l Sti't
IL. 49061mi.,'f7 '0d5"owes"4"NJbe toedertng ag di swe*a o.c ismy *be
I '%' sm Is sr&,4jOfM wa hcSuly bor*t16, *., fIe e &wo
s'al ;orsi' P.&I will be f gW'vri bole"
at& low ofwt.S.4 1Y.at ib lteb. sktfp4w iof 0S0"eeDe04res',ed by piee
the' 118,t~ q C q i0e T 0 U" f AebOm, *iI %4tI ta.1 *I9W
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THE D.1NONB05


tA IS FIRST MOZLEY'S G EOF IIEVMAKES WRECIk
T~' o er Own testtles, as et rate,

IN AGRICULTURE LEMON ELXIR MMto.MER U Y Nor CvRE
the Handsome Valuati4o d by the cards which fate dek makes wrecks instead of cures in the treatment of Contagious Blood Poison.
l the Handsoae Valution Of REI'LATE THE him, that he must pick them o WhiA le it may mask the disease in the system for awhile, when the treatment
STw million IVER, play the alme and that so erort, how. is left ol the trouLle returns with renewed violence, combined with the die-
o N0 li0o. %O TOMiAC l, evr Meat, on hbi part could materlall astrous effects of this powerful min-
4W -- OWB, P4bIN INh aesult Batk, my yoQ l. Mercury. and Potash, which is I yt fo
I1COND IN PHOSHPATE MINING Kil Nfik. tMWad, tihe fate that deals our cre also a common treatment for Conta- tlor ro ry, a0
I. Is In the main your own resolution* gious Blood Poison, eat out the lining me any good-in rtes t he -
County Has a Population of 38. The inventor of the famous "TER The result ot the game does not rest of the stomach and bowels, produce t o m at
SCounty Hats o at o i wlth fate or destiny, but with yea. chronic dyspepsia,. cause the teeth to taaly euid him, and I s *un**W
000, an Increase of Nearly 6.000 RELL SCRAPE." a man known whe-f TYo will take the trick If you have the decay, make sposgy. tender gums, "Omme its so, an i~
Since 1900-Presperity Shown on ever plows are sold and used, says superior energy, ability and determint- affect the bonesand muscles, and leave bhlwiastwoyoa.rsao, an aLe atru.
SEvery Hand-Death Rate Small t0on reOqalite to take it. You have th its victims complete physical wrecks. Tlyfy Vr s*nSt D.K cure.AxDm.
S"1I have p" MOuZLY'S LEMON power within yourself to change the Another effect of this treatment is
I Tha Ala~hua county har had a ELIXIR for 10 or 11l ears mn mr value of the cards which, you say, fat mercurial Rheumatism, the worst and most hopeless form of this disease.
mth nsd esatlefaetory growth with. fanmilortl stoateben mdw* has dealt yo. The game depends upon There is but one certain, reliable antidote for this destructive poisofl, and that
i e past five year, there is no ground nee. -anr mid. Is tlee heed seeiO I your training, upon the way you are is & S. S. It is the only medicine that is able to go into the blood and
y. There has been no retro en for pain in b or nderwthe diallined to wise and Use your op- cure the disease permanently. S. S. S. does not
anywhere, a,,d whenever ote shoulders. I bove reoeemade I Is portulUei and upon your ability to hide or cover up anything, but so completely
has l ft the county at least have numerous oaseso my workmen. when Pl t grlt In the place of superior advan- drives out the poison that no signs of it are ever
come to take his place. toi sand unable to work. sad tt ha I- tage seen again. S. S. S. is made entirely of roots,
ome ays given perfects a"iirsaio. H. D. Just because circumstances do some- S S herbs and barks, and while curing Contagious
1 The seven principal cities and towns TRRaaL. President Atlanta Plow times give clients to lawyers and pa PU-RLY VEGETABLE Blood Poison, will drive out the effects of any
.lave advanced steadily, and in the Co.. Atlsat." tients to physicians, put commonplace mineral treatment. We offer a reward of iooo
Spest two year, there ha* been a great. A V II DMAM l D|ID clergymen an uncommon pulpits and for proof that S. S. S. contains a particle of mineral of any kind. Book with
Iw inerease in development and popao. UWUdBI N K EU I DilEl. place the sons of the rich at the bead instructions for self-treatment and any medical advice wished furnished
litlon than for any six yeers previous ,Of ot great corporations even when they without charge. T SWIFT OCIFIC CO., ATlANTA, 64
Sfor forty years. The population as ir- GEORGIA MASONS IN 60.SION. any experience, while poor youths
ea by the 8gste ensus, jst finished,: with greater ability and more expert- etNb&Lieb1 e4 a187t%
of the seven corporations is a follows: Grand Lodge Holding Its Annual Meet. enee often have to fight their way for
a Osinesvlle, 6.500; High 4prine, 1.450; ing In Macon. -years to obtain ordinary situations,
Alaehua, 060; Waldo, 000; Newberry, Macon, Ga., Nov. 1.-The one hbun are you Justified In starting out with- H 'F J|"D|TT T O'T C O
SM00; Meanopy, 660; Hawthorn, 400. lred and nineteenth annual oommual out a chart or in leaving a place for "
"$ Alaohus county lenad in agriculture, cation of the grand lodge of (eiorgip luck In your programme? What would
the valuation running over two million Masons was formally opened in the louthinker who woud tainrt out to sgrea with
: dollars, and she stands second in pho.. city auditorium, here, Tuesday morn. out any port in view and trust to luck B ARS.
phate mining. The number of farms Ing at 10 o'clock. Many prominent to land his precious cargo safely?
Q the county is 2.230; the valostion of Masons are In Macon, and when the Did you ever know of a strong young
the largest farm is $100,000. The farm session opened fully one thousand man making out his life programme TDe ae o eu iof mbtsbankerns.ooruijorjoa. tnfers, mnerehaDso tM d ouhers
valuation of the county is considerable members of the order were in atten- and depending upon chance to carry reetved on favorable terms. Special f linstes to making oolleetona on si)
ver 0)X0,000. dance. Grand Master Meyerhardt was out any. part of It? Men who depend Se-w osa in Uited stes.
In phosphate mining we have a large ti the caalr at the opening, and dur. upon "luck" do not think It worth
sum Invested, the valuation being aIn the morning exercises his annual while to make a thorough preparation 3...A ...IJ H]BV Y~T T'j F jLOF T /1 A
placed at the handsome figure of $1.- address was delivered. for success. Tbheare not willing to
000,000 Ton ght there will be a banquet to pay the regular price for It They are
looking for bargains. They are hunting
The manufacturing Interest,, while the grand master. On this occasion for abort cuts to success.
decidedly la their infaoey, are placed many leading members of the order Power gravitates to the man who A U
et $3,435,150 in the entire county, will be heard, known how. "Luck sl the tide, nothing ESTABLISHED 81SM.
while 6alneaville has $48M.000 inve4ted, The city authorities have rendered more. The strong man rows with It If The question
leaving the other parts of the ooauty the use of the city auditorium on ac it makes toward bhis port. He rows Rendern reliatle rerviesp of every sort along the line of
San investment of $1,00,1860. count of the large attendance. Masons against it i It flows the other way."- of Title the Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
of the city felt that the attendance success. Alachua county.
t Among the other Intereeting figures would be too large for the Masonic tern. first oonsid- t ....--
to tho looking for farms, we will pie, and the new auditorium been WAYS OF SWEDEN. ra:on o r PECIALTIE: Atract of Titles; Tax Sale Searches;
- mention the growth of short cotton. beautifully decorated for the occasion. Agets f r Nea-Resident Land Owners; Plats of Countles,
Only one farmer planted short cotton The visitors will be tendered many It is light all night in summer and the investor. Tew*, Etc.
s and he made 89 bales from 22 aere, social affairs of great pleasure. The dark all day In winter.
Showlong that thia variety Is as profit homes of the leading Masons of the Although drinking is common, one References: First National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
able as the long staple, for which Ala- city have been thrown open to the seldom see drunken man. Dotton & Co., Bankers.
hoas county is noted. guests, and they will be most pleas Everybody trusts you, and you are
The health of the county is a very antly entertained while here.expected to trust everybody. e
u Important item, there being only 8M8 You take o your hat when you e 0
Sdeatibla the pasl year, at a rate of Strike Averted at Fall River. ter a shop and return the shopman' GM E R C H A N T C O
.'J teMs i three percent. When it Is Pall River, Mass., Nov. 1.---Amicalow o. se t ou ln" L
A servant wbo brings you something
t. s iteo eousiderstion that some of ble relations were established between says, "o good." You say, "Tack" Retailers and Jobbers in
'ih0se people sase here In poor health, the cotton manufacturers and the tex. (thanks).
,W past help. It Is. plain to s e that tile council at a protracted confer You get a bill every day at the hotel.
4berho are few pplsaoeanywhere in the ence between representatives of the This permits you to correct any mis-
Sislted States that san show a more mill owners and operatives. A corn takes at once. Stal e and Fancy O r
healthy ooneditlion ofaffslairs. promise agreement on the wage issue, A barber will shave you for 6 cents,.
We have one president of the county which for several year. has frequently but you have to wash your own face i1ra li lr weed and Fortlizws.
that Is 117 years old, and three reem. disturbed Industrial ooditioa s;er*, and comb your own hair. OUTH 8IDE 8QUARB. : OAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
Sdeat that were bore here when Flor. was arranged and In consequence ef Tips are everywhere given, but they
SId was a Territory. the understanding It was the general are small. Ten ore (2% cents) is the Highet market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Prtuue.,
.- opinion tonight that not only will a ordinary tip to a cabman or porter.
BUY YOUR TICKETS strike be averted, but that the wage A lady always; waits for a gentleman A Oomplete stock o? Hay, Cor, Oats Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton eed Meat
question will be adjusted for .at least to speak instead of the rev e, as in and e. We handle oal tOhe kERY BEST goods at the LOW.
Or Pay Four Cents a Mile on 8se. a year. The new plan provide for a Am#erica. MtIneapoll Journal. PRIf T lCRS. rguaranate Atisfaetlon always.
board Air Line. direct and Indirect advance totaling -- '- -.
Beginning with November the 8a. slightly lss than l per cent, the ared Son Lo.st Mother. TRT R LT MN
Board Air Line will collect four cents meat to date from Oct 28. 'Consomption r.ns in our family.,
Smi lle from pasengers who board the a.d through It I lost my mother,"
tmine at regular ticket afnny station Merb W. Edwards Injured. wtee K. B. Reld of Harmony, Me.
Without providing themselves with Herb W. Edwards of Dee Molin. "For the pass five years, however, oa (Za.oorpoz-teal
takets. Iowa, got a fall oo an Icy walk last the slightt sgn of enough or cold. I E. E. VOYLE MGR
This has bee.t a privilege for a a- winter, spraining his wrist ad brolas- have takes Dr. King's New Discovery Abtrsse of Title ad fll tformation furnished r, .
Sher of ears which the teaboard has Inlg hi knees "The next day." he for Oonoumptioa, which hua saved me e atsy. Our manager has lived in this eounsy das i si
over availed itself uf, but instead has saye. "they were ao sore ad stil I wae from eiosoe luag trouble His moth- to thoroughly eoevereat with land titleM.
charged an additional ten ce*pt on aflraid I wold have tostay la bed, but er's death was a sad los for Mr. Reid.
; each passnger under the conditions I rubbed them well with Chamberlain's but he learned that lung trouble muss **t
mentioned and the amount was re Pait Balm. and af*er a few apples. not be neglected, and how to cure it. V
funded upon presentation at ticket tomeo oall dren s.ad disappeared. Quickest relief ansd eure for couooghe vI ACCIDENT, BUROGLAT AND INDEMNITY INBURxAOC. Repro.
fageele of the conductor's reoeilp. e told Prie' bee and $1 00; 5ae- sating a smaber of proacmt Amersea and Eliiih eomoarle
It has ben determene-d to peat the Are targ.* Neu Vusgst* aute d as all drug stores. Trial bot. REAL TATE AND CITY LOANB
ftou-eent rate into effect and do away Are large boUnes vulgar? Certainly tile free. Ga4.@Sv"L,4 2L i11
with the rebate system, the obljeo, be. a jervanu who should build hmseif t p l'. .--
lag to make it advsntageose for pa.. house ti. slne of Chatuworth or Raby e sm- I 7 tie w MP5 yo__ e__-


opagm to purchasr tickets molvtemeltit v i'cul I* vutgnr. as lacking a s or ont oID.S.-.dM he ge m
Poyintcosh fares. ir.ei'brtllon ln a matter of taste. Th' cMstUed? Wb3 I teled that James
iee ie'rflltesr of ouite jit'e 11'a ve are of E, U vd me. t door to no ,but I ouldnatF
temimain as Owel, et iuar taolvr to itlii 1tw thtie'i tbgth eyrmemte Psrer the stretr uibFa.-P- th l
U iseesat on period the Lews o.. 31"' sieeeeelWee1113 0t10 eertrluitiate. Ku
OW Ohut himself in a dark room, olt.wrap. ee Ual o eism survive11 tIhs11 11 W ,4, 1 14 4'"
pd a plaid riceigd him. Isy naisb bac k i onr% alers sIlu da arlike state. *1 f you had a spaft of govtlu.mhe
&W plaed a Isrcr .atoene on tlie pitr tt .1% arv tiees for aU uettiru i isn Crossly 10 him typewOiter.
his elowa~r. .ertlr aI't.xi Itenl l cs." ei'elit display; pathetic. then. .nswouldn't e bet." 5e interruPt-
to twetee %f-ur i,' of im lit. h4% ,d, they are crtatenll sulogar ri AS4 .. lNe y es&0 ao m m Owa A 3LU
mmdy rtw h1,4 i-# S~ittir It fir' nc~w ti. 14 Rtrvft 10 1,111111" Ot Mocapdllerald
3imtlme begins um pmmank : (3m15313 ON THE MARKET
We 414 >*im 1 Isw aWme n b. ab-rase saw company and nesaM
You silItsit- ttl he t .bIile 5th uine mattte bltm If yea -blm m wUNIT!be tIRIt IAyIou Machine.
mtlm aM risII ttl. e ~ti it's fk w "Y tWill to u5ILte S bthSoit b O Te Owe a CMI adis OeDyU m
babl t as tih itir-w I kilt-W"oluat turnii o moid Is this lh biliv b t rY Machine,
in ervir 1"41omI.,th"a, -tgirmill. &ill moukli )IO.%&a'akeLAXATIVE 1SI1OVO Quiinem
bk lovely for ler t mv.l. Ctg Iti ts.I'arambakh daiexbter. befema Tslee. Uraisw refied momey it Is L0imelShift! Ligsteut Runalag Thn
-1rooly L fe.a sWe lb a a-mhe out of waqtr.- New tail tohtsarfe. a. W GO V1 0m figeSpeed Wrinso of wo
-a Yc I till"is emneesh hab. 3k the wwui
11 K n ew -. U---- I Vse i the P al Es Nlee IND"Fa b.). l is
"Oue. Williso." sakId mlr at the so is 8mimsrill dm I or s leaal
tbl.'wsit up like a man im(OA am" n petm" boom
"Why uetherb r.l" eied Will. hot. I)tvamsm ft beashm-Is op m s A
Xn--.L w fL 6r -,.- a6 "w eed i Fbr Bak by....
am Itt op."- bewuaI Ces IaI WOa t O Cby g
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 2, 1103


IOMESEEKERS TO

VISIT THIS CITY


Porty Will Come From West Vir-
ginia to Locate in Florida.

GAINESVILLE MAY SECURE THEM

J. H. Rodeheaver at the Head of the
Movement-Will Start From Terra
Alta, W. Va., November 28 -Some
May Visit Other Points


There wee some talk on the street
yesterday about a party of homie-
seekers that were on their way to
Florida, the objective point being
(aineville, and after some inquiiry it
was learned that a party of forty or
upwards had been organized at Terra
Alta, West Virginia, to start on a trip
to this asetion, and that Gainevvill-.
Ooala, Orlando and Anthony were the
places they had in mind.
letter was received by NH B. Sauni.
de a few days ago, fronm J Ii. R.
debeaver of Terra AltM reqlua(tizng
him to secure a house. for hi'n in'
Gaineaville. and that another geri'le-
man also desired a residence for the
winter. Mr. Rodeheaver seinit last
winter in this city, and he will tui Ihis
influence toward getting the party to
come here and at least In ik lovr the
arooad.
It is hoped that we caln secure a
large number of these I,,tople. if ,ily
for the winter, as it is quite certain
many of them will locate or co'irn
iaain, if they once get here. Arrange-
ments hare been made for their de-
parture fiom their home in \est \t'r-
gilhs on November 2tli, so there will
be ample time to have every arrange-
meat made for their welcome should
the whole number conclude to stup
bere.
STATE FAIR PATRONS,
Important Notice to Shippers of Ex-
hibits by Express.
Tampa. Fla. (Ot, 31. 1.1)5
John W. Tenli, Esq,
Gainesville, Fla.
Dear Sir: I havejust been advisd
by the Southern Elpress Company that
they will be pleased to afford free ser-
tvle on shipments, weight not to ex-
seed ffty pounds. Should the ship-
meat weigh more than fifty ponrids,
It will be charged for at full rate. Thin
rae applies to all points in the State
of Florida, and will be effective N.)-
eomber 16tb to 30th.
TheseIepress packages should hbe
ddreaed to me as President of the
Florida Sate Mid-Wiater Fair .\,Aoci-
atlon, at Tampa. Fla plainly nmrki d
with the name of shipper and county.
Yoors very truly,
THas J. L Io.ws,.
I'rerideint
Exhibitosa will see that cane will
havt to goby frelht, and must th'rer-
fore be sbipped not later than the lll h
*of November, bOt sooner if you wish.
WhatYoosend by express. such as
ehblekeem, doks, geese. turkeys. etc .
A i fIay work, uost have wrnttvn on
the tag attabhed, between the first two
li oftbhe red-lettered side ,of the
tag,thee words: "Tho. J. L. Brown.
Preideat." Yours truly,


Circus Man Kills Self.
C'linglton. ;a., Nov. 1.--,-ffotring
from a Miolent attack of pneuImonia,
and bellpe\iig that he wais going to die,
(George- W\. Rlchle., a middle-aged,
white man coninectcd with the adver.-
tlHenie'nt leportmlnent of the EIls A
Downs Ci rclb, while- in a fit of dspon.
dency. committed sulelde in a room of
a private boarding house here by cut.
ting his throat with a razor. A short
while before taking his life Roueche
expressed a desire to talk wlil a min
later and accordingly Rev. R. ', Clark
ler wai called in. lie asm) gave In
stnictionl to have his mother, who re-
sides In Meadevllle. Pa notilfld ol
his condition.

Decrease In Cotton Recelpts.
Amerlcus, Ga., Norv I --While tMe
warehouses In Amerlcus still contaln
perhaps 2,000 bales of unsold cotton,
It is true that the bulk of the crop
here has been marketed and sold long
lnce. I'p to this Jate there is a
shortage of 7.000 bales, as compared
with rreclpts to Ocober 10 last season
at wnrehoases here, and this disparity
Inercaresn ever) day now. At thti
date last year l1.000 hales had been
re. elt,.d In Amerrius. against 2.1 7',
this ie-a~on. The Itlief In ultlmat.
htiher prices is \#ry strong aad manyl
farmers will hold a portion of threrI
crop slth this expectation.

Buying Up Pine Foreets.
Jaci~on. Miss Nov. I.- Anolthe
largK l-Ial for Mitsr;sItppl plne lIa41o
In for. a1ro1, It I undl-rstaltlk that with',
ilt 4. ". 'to s)* a ne ogtlatl on will
i- c t(..i- wherohy one of the largetl
tra.r *>f )e::(,; plne in Jones county
wi < ;.ea t, Land 'be total mnnlldra
tl, ;,. wis a tnillian dollars The
pr,. a : bt in in. nighborhood ot1


I


Wona uWell as lea ree ie'
lhkanb by Kidney ad
Bladder Trouble.


:I t~ itid u ti n
St-Arer or edis-
-* 4

'i oprevalenit
tii itk It o, It ll:. c t in t .


I~c~r~~ iti~!~.1! .1 i\\Ilite I Ni, it It
Iit. If tile
c id i ritinite-;t( u) :Ia. iIt x. itrinle scabIll
L I w fiII. I rit %! -i t c I I'I N.1 tO t I t r oiit:sitit


age w I iti1 it s I~ 1 itw,!0l v I : ic I lo lclo I t lif





Swamp-Root isk t I..ni1.\lItl. It i.-ldd
ci' fli t. It cs(I* f






tI i t l i'Im i I i t)r I iit. Thi s AI)V nii yta
t it, k 1. hit tiiikr l -l. ril4. '1 tl p-IRTI lt, I&
I ).1 \\iln i ir's cy 1,:~- A it :utiid the set
drta.,Imid aiiiiittheIIllkN. 'tt9.1.o" tvor
h(ite. l


drowned In the ba\ :ini tie SAiinlti\
night The bod) a r'i'rimetr'd l.I
meminer of the Pert c( Jrw ,asIterr,.la
It is thought Wild i'mlIh-d' and| f'l
from Ihe deck. II, %am 29 )" 'rN ol('
and entered the r. lmii' cutter ser
vice In I9fI,. lHe I, t a non of Cap
tain J. F. Wild, of1 ii C'utter Macki
nac, now at stalt Marie. Mich
The hod) will beI ,;id't east for In
terment

When You Hav a Bad Cold
You want a l ren ly that will not
only give quiek relief liit effect a pier
manent eare.
You asat a remel', lhit will relieve
the lungs and kee I pectoration easy.
You waat a remedy that will conn.
ereot any tondecy toward peumnnla.
You want a remedy thatl i pleasant
and safe to take.
Chamberlaiu'. C(',ugh Remledy inrel
all of these req'.'renlenu and for the,
speedy and lw.erii:r.i cure ofa bad
eolda stand w til, a |iae.r 'or male
by all drupg.i.'


Will ReHcC
New Y oik .N


lIg of d") -6 1'

Ofa! a0.g1: '
Soo lpe r-un oths
bill etr piorlute a
itif-alricalor a
(on an) ttuiIli'.'
plare. III IIt*,cI

irn v, ci- 11t IIt
f'i'rhfcakIrti *?


a.,'O ilt P it'l l I t
. Bi, a)foe ing.
1' ,I u) r M ,i.l :
i


.1 wideIII h I' tarI I
*r.l a,lllt'r sierls(ligll
iJrlt( it r II a ros
en) Siapt r**11 hiloIt
In st)('rtarl *-e ~It .111110
ot 1apem any publif
if No-. bulkit0.11.1 tottol
luf.''cvtit, ;ummciia
or siggeeII. 'bar I
a, letauch flIpiUshillh
.. Of IN 6atr) 01?If'oat tIm


A Happy


To
as they
WOlulell1
healthy
yourself


Vd~ez'


Home


have a happy home you must h 1av\ children,
are great happy-home makers. If a weak
, you can be made strong enough to bear
children, with little pain or discomfort to
f, by taking


Depositors Will Gi
I1ttsburg, Nov. 1
to thie death of T. I1
of the Enterprise NA
g :he'ny. which wa,
i';Iv on accent of t!
(' rk", wili)w of
e -rgarIcr iat as
ii ,., \..".4 r> -unmedl tI
lltved that the In\'
corner would result
of tijt iutilde working
bank. but It is now
will not extenti Tirin
nmnt of the fact thli,
mittod sulcide. Thi
bank will be unable
10 per cent of the i(
ly exorclsed the
movement to orglnli
tectiou has been taR
Wreck Near K
Mobile. Ala.. No\
Iouilnvllle and Nnsi)
passenger train No
at 3 o'clock this nil,
leans, was derail> '
the company two nm
due to a mistake,
switch liHlng tlhroi
are John Trachy. .,
right leg bruised 1
,l Clover, mail ele
hardly sprained; ls:in
Nashville, Tenn.. cur
lace Riic'ktll, a iin
'renn.. -had ciut on il
flretan was badly I
Traffic was dela),'d
Lieutenant Wilek
9Sattle. Wash..
Lieutenant John \\
cater Perry. lying
.illp yard. Urndker:


et '0 Per Cent.



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WRITF US A LErmTR
freely and frankly, telling ui all your
toubles. Wes wllsendfreead vie (in
plain sMeW enveMope). Address: La-
dies' Advisory rept.,The Chattanoap
Medicne Co., Chattanqa, Tenn.


"DUl TO CARDUI
and nothing 1 es, I my baby girhl n
two week old," wrtes Mrs. J. P.
West, ao Webster Cty, Iowa. "She
Is a Anm, healthy babe and e are
both ddela aoyI,"


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Jumping!


This


Interest You P


lBecause l 1118spus11, (ilinlllhins, Cali-
cos, Drillings, Ducking, Ileaching), Cam-
brics,, Towols, UI nI'wr anllt a g'eat many

Dress GOod( -in 1.L't 73 per ent of a goods stock-are riwadue of cotton.


Cotton Advanced $2.60 a Bale


in One Day!


It is still


going


up. ()O Dry Goods


Slpurchase(l whel cotton w'as ji cents

ilId. For three riolitlh tl(i plrico of
iIn hl been 10() to 11 cents.

We are selling our Dry Oods today

m)I 10 to 2 per centt less thanl the thc-


Jonu W. T' w., I37 t ;I ro, M9111t yers a&uI
Manager and Collector tb h ,' t- f aa a'- off sred for sale t jooalPatingole,, aMoney and Tar.
Ar e,. ncr. at. a ;.Q."obreer oult Si w Doly le Co (o 'bingo. uriginalod
NowinigsPaius. be fe t t, reipeal tobelin ort ai Honeya sd l'r as a hIheat and luasi-
Rheumati., lmbagso ad siati laai .t,. a nop,: 'wn repty man Of, rvady.snd or, a''tn of thlB. great
pains Iield to i b p rating MCIo I.E &w: i riortho-ro lumber ys- lerdI and pa;.ulbr &yI of olpcy's Ion
nof Sallard's Snow Liniaest. It, dices 'u,9bs rose pt ti? pkrC rbeaer avidtTar mawa lm-6taoes are uuollrd
peeUatee Be she serves aodbosee. elIflothe senuato Ifr Job@'m bloethis, -
sad beag absorbed isto the blod itsI Alsbavai Arrested for Murder. i eltines have similar snsan u hd o t m.
beha prI~etkt ee wo wavvyd to ov-,j op. A %-o I jhm wwtIte wsprr of thf-ru The Xomoulno r,).
ory pa sn oLs bedl. and lfte *'so e.. t. J i,.and p c.rtd laj Iys Hhsitoyanal ti rr is t a IVII
woodrel em.35. We soand $I. Sold the (. I.,
by W. M. J1hb. rm Y nInr' I'*fe-s Hori tftsoft lb. e'ibetaol. It to beet remewly ft
Pae rl / a!Far .. v jot r '* rriabp- cghis sad ols J. W NetiluaJ
arlme6,a. C.. Now I --fat he .l.'. 1 r 1(e) u5t a feo !A Jo I
004ed a" disirt wart A 0 date s I an. 1. 4 v sosIt" Detail rts of Wrsteoo nTot.p
"lI@oft. Ior at the orlingm Se's WWr L.'I'- '' 'b" dVtfulh tyj .hlar '.,Vv I To a*fUrtw
med a p&MtItht km nvlasatar. .aakri;ye- Bl 'n W, ".*%tti'litif4&~,br'm.vI., r,, f 'he epse a, Be3,.d.3
4W. X01IM1 e1Md a asab.r of share! 0 4 so' t. a .41 tt4 to tG 0p, ehe a*at
tL ftlae rif Tr a Oil p Iy41 aid *0 At S1 ?aSa, id gues s to.ta TH E SU N J
600 bevUY 2 ther Iahoiaree Hit ta & 'eat e', elWrtia5 e a*4-r"' ( estf4ie
ltas f pirephUasm at83S 2". 6t"!1111.. wlm ke %.a. S~~~ di w oe 1eto. wieswo ad) %paw the4 mb
I rd VS llv~ sp A qb
hait No moo so hs e~w yeIars orsters A 9% 'tM ISS w SO @i frg5 K # iftloas A&
aft" a ft** ftr m &*wov r we.. U r&a0006101140 i wweps?%"Nsa s AXKRU~Hc

bosom ems at o No"bb c r"6tL. laid .oft
h-- as see SCgn" sadek *as oa 5 .I uI`-a bte rfA w.L&CO-
aaIYoW &&ad-Libretoopevs*teoehl SeieS WNSLLSALI IN4IS
__________wife fo rfe- eo 'o lo d. All e
op.-w r ot ei-3dors d o try It orW ,6joso e
8"ri p, KI a .14. 064 the* 00111ov ii As Wei Lai-~ SOW NN ~ wwoo
ale. We eg,1el)?ed 50 5U C)~I
messe IU1 '.59 kid O sybIdsf
emS bid. Gedlo w (9) Itswim '" : beg Was W b0 000 s"6e0rOUI WIsM =
ked filed so hsu p be. so^.&aaaa smoo i am safin mF. 3O..
A& W UAW@ It. b$ -- pow vies
wr 1. 1 pawst~srrrrC i


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WINE CARDUI


Cotton


Why Does


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JOB OFFICE.

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Alchua Pool Parlors.


Itasd toashe piefley
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Woman's Relief


It will ease away all your pain, reduce Inflam-
mation, cure leucorrlhei (whites),falling womb, ovar-
Ian trouble, disordered menses, backache, headache,
etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try It.
At every drug store in $1.00 bottles.
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W*.. 52- l..1, 12' 1905
a L ARISM HAS COLLAPSED. SUtMS1ROKES.

ITh Tboeoh the people of Rusia have A man deserve bes little credit for
suffered lo, these many, many years makien a IlIvig, bat he deerves great
as the Popffee a eatesvlle. rt., from the ruelties Inflicted by that eredit for makigf a life.
am ecoe6weA- insera tnotkery of a ruler by Divins right, Perhaps the OCar had become aware
MOCA NRY ..... Mte d Publiber. the Csar of Rijsia, it looks 9w M of the drop ia hie credit and turned
l ASHLKY .......... ..Asmoelte ior. tho.th they were going to have a go'- the business ever to Mr. Witte to save
ernment so linilted s i4ts he oldte* going into bankruptcy.
B. RUUT.................city rwir. power that it will almost be a gov4W. Somebody be eai4 that even God
ment of asd by the people. ea.notaford to lie In order that good
J14. BtUMBY. Geal Travellar Agent. 11onn; afford totte-ime Ile i r t g
DUMBY. ieni qTrvel rentt Count srpiaO, Witewhbm U MtOOe Way come. And what God Almighty
al.PiwWTr..... Sups. Compoormngooma. prime minister and the Osar will to aul do, a ter not t
M the affairs over to him, until at leas nnotm do, am 1 better Dot try.
f opIc: PORT'IR BLOCK. some person that Is opposed to the SOLe apre Are so veit precise that
1W. imais est, s. TxL.Knoxx 4" idea of a little freedom appears on e they are afmid they will make a mis-
i l s, published every morning ex- soene snd sways the Weak mind of t Sake and 8give thanks on aU wrote day.
ndsay, delivered by carrier in the city, or Emperor.. Twi'e PERMANENTLY CURES
S yll partof the United State. postage If the Premier Is let alone loan CS. If T1
s a year: *2.50 six month.; i.2s thee enough to make a few reforms. sgd -8058 wase who relate a joke man. VON 4 omBarM m
Sso cents for five weeks-trictly in exercises the judgment he is easp"ab to let the beat of their listen.* -S S TMM1 OM N"
of, he ean make himself a name that er, as they get the flrset laugh. Tbt DO NOT DELAY
.ilas notices in local column o cent a le all the masses of Russis will ad e. ofton done, however, to give the* syste duces permanent disabity. The humL Y
insertion, and 5 cents foreachadditioual If he cares one Jot or tittie for his "o. oener the ebo. tai ng machinery os ywnde system of tube and cell. To have good
afordisplay advertising made kon. pie he will do this and save the as. Jerome degree he will prosecute hsfa It must be kept in good order. A COLD Is considered of no impor-
o pa. tipon. the life inse.rse rogues if re-elected. yt was known by Wite proper name of "throat Inflammatenl:f
te .- S- The Emperor has surrendered and If he means It there will have to be UlS.I of the lu Its ans SchSaracter would be p*lo
t e Twice--Week Sun is an eight-p, forty. Cou Bergius Witte Comes oInto a extesoo paS on Blaekwell's islaud whi cold makes its appearance use at once aads
setsa paper, published every Mornay and which will spead overcome It.
Saturday md o utaiu ll the Mnews d the power Prirpe Minister, presented wrh to hold the eooviee. COUOH and COUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW
week, local, state and general. and will be the Imperial mandate, whioh will e- The newspapers are working for the So SyrS t will radlt a stop the violentderful
.atled. potage free, to ay part oftheaUnitd abig him to convert the farcical Na- good of the town asix days in a week. IT IS TE ONLY COU H REMEDY THAT WILL
O ataaor Capada, for ..ooa year-in advance. tional Assembly into a real leRislatlfe is there any one else that puts in as POTVELY CURE WHOOPINO COUGH AND CROUP.
dvertislg bill become due after Arot body elected by a greatly extended much time forth good of all? Yet ome BEST FOR CHILDREN
of advertisement, unless otherwise suffrage and to confer upon the people people would take the paper out of M- e AdEas.ORdelwatoe., wrteC:---T' have used BllarL'E *
in contradc. Parties not known to us fundamental civil lIberties, including charity. orMeenisUiap amd Wad is t"IeT B m edl s e for oroup. coughs and
required to pay for advertiiang in ad. f ,ree speech. 6 6" My ehUdiN us I Oa 1 i li pleassito ta5ke and quickly cwesa."
41 tdds, THU DAILYL, He sends the following message to Lee county has a population of 8,961, A AND S Th e Si t, 25c, 50 $LOO
,,, -'_., the people of the UnIted Statee, and Fort Myers having 1,427 of that num- The M me'e vesu'sr t smsit ova, sBee Geaar-teed
w*ho mna who paddles his own eanoe there is no doubt he will resolve the bar.Coa St s No.
SMWei work hard ooing up stream. He most cordial Rreeting from this coun. 3=W I S
Sdrif do"wn tream. am sore the Amerlean people who 4 OLD AND REOMMENDED BY
t k can be kept away from evil understand what from I, and the t ll OSOI, L es e.
SIk en be kep away from evil Amerlean press which valoees the .,. ...
^IpMlt, the Premier of Russia may wishes of the people, will rejoice wish of' 5 A
1 asent to Siberia until n." *er the friendly Russian nation at thia mo. Je* ^Hole
S lkavinig Day. wmont when the Russian people have "I am 65 years old, and have
Sreseved from His Iperial Majesty been a great sufferer fromA I
S If oou have a farmu i l a I mood n promises and guasntees of freedom headache all my life. One of E
bto e Ilnawhdt wof c ou ono improve sad will join in tbe hope that the Rul- Dr. Miles" circulars was left IN Y A r Ie d. .
that, Instead of coming to town to im. sIan people will wisely aid in the re- at my door, and what it con-
*proe the government. allsatlon of these liberties by co.op- tainted about headache inter- In a Company that is etpo..nsible. Have a Policy Correctly .
eratig with the government for their ested me, do that I determined Writte With Liberality of Policy Cuntrac and the Company 0
It ought to make a man feel very peaceful introdtieton. Only thus will to invest a dollar in their make Pays LUeseC Promptly
bappy not to have any money and be Is be possible to aecore the full ben*. of shot, and g6 gunnin for
OWl to think how many rool Invet. fits ofthe freedom oonferred upon our that headiahe. The first care A A
emte he didn't go into. people." brought it down, but I contin- U fre ASSUre
There is one great trouble In his ued to shoot until the thing r
Celifornla's eat of redwood for this ways The people who have never was shot so full of holes that That so serious lose can overcome you without you_ have some_
fa r will apprOlimate 8W,000.000 known what freedom 1s, may go soo I believe it will never come to refug.
,lArd feet. Eucalyptus is now comr far, and If peace and goodwill shall life again. I consider it the
7an lnto age as a commercial wood Ina reign a is uisla, Premier Wite has work of a "good Samaritan,"' I1 11
.00t State. delleate job on his hands, bat we wish to spread the knowledge of
Thim Godpeed in his mlhon to lift his what Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
^ This country has ambassador to people from the terrible degradation will do." I. Y. MOORE, None but Reliable Companies Represented. f
0"ght countries: Austria.Hungary. so whlh they have been dragged by a 1352 Fairfax Ave., Bridgeport,
va5ese, Germany. Greet Britain, Italy* weakmnlded aAtoerat. CHn.
*sll o, ROal aand Brall. We have Ieadache, Neuralgia, Sciat- M C0
ls Iioter to about thirty more. WHO IS RIGHT? ica, Backache, Stomachache, W
Bearing Down Pains, Rheuma* Information eheorfully furnished. GAINEKVILLE. FLORIDA
There are only 1.000,000 out of the "Peoplet t and sleep too much and tic Pain, or Pain from any cause V
1; 0,000 young men In the United don't work noulgh," said Mr. Thomas yields readily to the soothing BAV 1Br0, % #s r4ra
states and Canada who go to huormb. Alvah Bdison ia The aunday World of Influence of Dr. Miles' Anti- _________-
What a shame! Cannot something be Oetober 15. Pain Pills upon the nerves, the PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
dome to resoh the men and get them "'at heartily and sleep long." said irritated condition of which
Slate the church? Mr. Frank R. Lawreane lna the Bnuday causes the pain. Itarmless if W iskiae W ines B ar aand M lt4
......- .. .World yesterday. "As a rule." he taken as directed, and leave no WHI@ IW@, W la e Beer MII alt.
B The COhicao & Alton Railroad Cornm. continued, "the vise of 4aeriean peo. disagreeable after-effects. --.._ ..........
peMe ha deMlded to discontinue the pi is not o'vereateog. IS 1t oerwork- n. seI AB.iPa e esare e*i E SXPREI8 PlPAII*. Bulk eeda-Ju Prte-Net Prepald.
s umalmi of all local freight and pMs tan." a'tgep win .a ol rSt is. eau e. 4 Qs S sa. I oQon
esager trains oil Sunday, tke object Mr. Udlsos, who has teet*e hip 0- he hwiarej n 3unting B mb Rye .... 66 6 67O 6 O Rye. (.U. Corr. Uooade
belag to give as many employee a theory of living, bs, halo .s ie Colad ag Neses com re.. S 5 at io ir.u r noUo.a,
pemsble re on that day. hearty at ift-*lght. ,M. Lwmen iuNo"4' e a.. 1, 90 RiSe. (n Corn. Rm. et for the money
--- who Is president of the Loteas'Nob, a sooses are-s .. . -a'---n--- *oet *B M am s .. a, kouPernuaon.
Up nla ladiana some of the girls pro- familiar fiure at greatt hieget* sad wis w,1 i on 5 7510 "'" Peac7h antid A ple Hray MeLlou-
pes atoflis the limit to the sparklnl active nla many ways., pereebe at sixty Poeh d, ...T T6 56 54 00 P5 u.oopU&ion
p slod at 10 o'lehk p. m but the ma- the appearance of a mao leea than m ... | 00 | 1 V1eort- Rye, b oota Rye Medcltnal
)suty are sad ti tw as shy of this la- fflty. We have, then, two types of oeeva ge 3.. 5 o i at IoM L P .n? )U iIIR. Per e..
a - '"Bael s ths railroad "omp'" S lo-ou l -47o " *a 'ico "' '" "S I
Sare of the president's maximum rate. what em to be directly oppeste | E* 6UL V WMam .. U a 7 a t O
.. .. views em the vltal qelotons of satintg, s r i 37 5 So 5s i? o
The man who grows on the farm all resting ad dolng. o a tai lie l 't hee sroe Ta is ,o e as e. pia. .
that he eooeme on it saves a double Soperfetlally, Mr. Edison advances T ..mss aowede em AUn ooG s of assme mmm tout tne 2upVo
wmraeportatio--the hauling home an aeetle Ideal whieh *me generally TB' DOW IIZII YS. ----- -- ___ _....----- -- V


; wiha he buys and the hauling to mar. opprove In theory, while Mr. Lawrerne ~mt Oi f m8aU 114.M1 HANNotE BRO JAV('KHOTILL~,
b otf what he sells to pay for it. offers he "red-bood" doetrlon that Cur tmaCh IW W* AArSd T HAE BR, PA.
thefe two Item of eoet help very mns- provalle in prstLee. tlblo d c---m- -
tesially to make up the differnee b.- If a peri neat all they dleire mad l af. e nas. P~r'edimat- H E. TATI.o. Cashier
tw en profitable and unproattable work as meh a ro hore ees die- W, _* ? Vsede5 --_ La OaAM. AMi. Cashier
fmani. t, atee. sleep eatll they are reed and sd t *
The 6b. ouis let.l-Pispaich says: they are all right. All people aor ,ot Par a by J. W. 1* AL B A
t' *It lo dleovred by an arithmetri~tl them sae. tsel rpmwen of endor. __ .. .... I I
mpltation that Mr. RIthard Me ur.- a lrd Iea s Mad eo-eTtie. are
g salary is equar l to the combined vl
iles of the l'P'idt of the 'nite d of at.mt s an t THI ONLY NATIONAL BANK I" ALACHCA C(o A
W -at oeers, the Chi*f Justice of th r O pit. .. ..... ...... . 5. .....$),o 00
S pree t'ourt. Admiral lDwey and As mercury will rely deetroy the Undiv.d.d fits... oo
Mr. Meaordy io a valuable man. the who e yebe whrm eer ftr it _IW _-_ t-
,t b mogh thbe seem smuraces. t es b b _.-I ea .....f ow hom e Stas se
The people who come to Florida to tieiee shed ne e be nd eat em itA i a S
speed the winter always went s some ripii rep ,| *oe I --kl-
Imal. Thoe w.ho have 4ever bee o tw anhe 'sYil too r -
am Is Wasir" I invesl ma aft"Sm Ir J. B e F e J O R D A N
Is t. malest through caretal inve. me ateessee b a. 5.0 6*mi A Os-
Itle Siar there to not as iota if Taole" 0., en ta em is
te^;^ tahoe IInssmfly, mitmg di s'* "^...
,m'w as regards the health atf is tae, 1_ dL E e
i hur a is umw er sWA the li sew of Ish maLina6110 0 I N SU RA N C E
uWr N MeuAs. eal, e his lbe fa. Ore m it ."I I NSURANCE
ge, t F rdah. Ezpotiosee dat o "m is"os tO*i a TWO
te wea there L tihe dNorth e ia meet 7ea Ge.
A summer is Flrida sM bC drl les pld t w rbeth
mIti a NrLtlereer de sa.
BSaba ,e Sf W ^ml nxzzzz1











THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILL, FLOKII)A, NOVEMBER 2, 19t05


liFOM ALL How Is Baby Today?
SOF FO IDA Better, thank you. In fact, quite welL
AR T A Fat, round and full of life and mschieft
I Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim-
pies. No cou.wh, no indigestion.
f Happenings From Variou All on account of
actions of State.


SHE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS I| | I |II|I | il

ranspirlng in "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the administered by a mother whose love
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to I was tempered with common sense.
All Cla"s She knows that OZOMULLSION is
a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
St. Petersborg will have new pare. too. It stops waste of lesh. It makes
ents and some newerosL-walks. plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
The shipment of eneumber4 from !folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
Plmetto will begin this week anrd feast It cures Consumption when
hey are fine ones. taken in time. All druggists sell it-
Senator Ben Tillman is to Itcture at o5 cents and $t.oo the bottle. Let us
DLand November 4th. He should send you
have come earlier and made it a Hal- Free Sample oIttl by Mll
lowe'en party. ree Sample Bottle by Nall
Mayor Walter D. Bell of Fnrt rMyrs Write letter or postal to
and Mise Blanche Williams of A.cdia,. OZOMULSION CO.
aged respectively 23 and 16, were nfir. i8 Pine Street, New York,
ried on Sunday.
The contract for putting in the sew- PAINTED EMPRESS' PICTURE.
rage system at Like City has ben g A n A M
awarded to Bryant & Co. f Jark Youn American Artist Makes Portrat
ille, their bid being $22,402.32. F'eof the Empress Dowager
,N'w \i,:k Nov, .--.lis Katltirlnt
other bids were in. Nw Nov. 1.-Miss Katherin
Carl, a )iur; artist of Memplhist. wh
SJames Ramsey of Jacksonville- fell painltel a Iprirait of Tl-Ann ohi. .lo
from an autoand fractured his Skull. ager .prIs of (hlna. arimtatd ysterr
That's all proper, and he perhaps" da) in thie Mliniihaha of th.e .\tlil(
thought a it was his skull he could do line fro In ondon. .Mist Cail. w Iw
as he pleased with it. hah lIvwd in Paris for the last telvt
The police jodge in Jacksonville told yetearsl will openI a studio here.
adronk to go on his way rejoiciii, and "I w a r(e qit'stre to make the paint
in two hours after he was back i the 1a." id Mi S t'arl. "and for the si
game cell be oooupied the nililt he-. tlng I visiltd the dowager t.npresm
fore. Powerful whiskey that. t'vi'Y <". I found her far ffeitenl
.roin ih*' c(iil-1 (ktl pot dlctlh,., l lI) nioau
E. E. Ropes of Delaud is thought to frot he cruel ispot di I 1 mani
J unbalanced thi h ( li cr.lt +. of t'hinese history
be mentally unbalanced because he .."\\ h I at the palace the empress c I
caught a boy on the street and spanked ehrat d her se.ventieth hlrlhday, antd
him. He should be given a medal aid at ,,;ri., for she had not looktti
ordered to make a tour of the State orl ian li toi. r ihe has. I think
The poultry breeders of the Sta the nIo-n lliI Intimful smiile of ani) w ioan
will meet at the Fair in Tampa on in the woid.
November 21st, and the citrus fruit
grower* will meet the day following. No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough
Both expect to organize State seso- Remedy.
relations at their meetings. i I romn Napier Ne'w Zealand) Herald


Ed. Alvares, who hap been caiinpg a
heap of trouble to the courts of lirad-
ford county and the Stale. has had his
settled. He will be a free man,
provided he enjoys his freedom inr
some other 8ite than Florida.
W. A. Towle and his father, who re.
ide in the suburb of Jacksonville.
ad who flst reported the burning of
he house and the murder of the col-
red woman. Lulo Wise. have been
arrested charged with the crime The
ise woman had worked for young
owle.
Complaints are frequent of the num-
r of negro beggars who seem to
we suddenly appeared in the city.
oquiry has developed the fact that
heme men are some of those who bare
n taken to the extension work, and
oming disseilfled, have quit and
re endeavorila to make their way
north. They are veritable nuisance
ad are causing the good housewives
f Miami ooseiderable annoyance -
iami Metropolis.
On Monday afternoon a terrifie ex
losion oeorred at Olearwater. resolt-
ag in the death of Joeph Coaebman.
d 16 years. He was working
and an aetlleae gas plant need to
Iht his father's sore, sad so one
iew how st bappeed. On hear.
at The report --Bew le.. roshebed to
b buildlag where hbe plant was lo-
Me. whilbl wM badly shlatured, and
fo6nd the Hfeless brdy of the young
a, tbehe d belong esmpletely Mv-
red.
The largest e-t of mallet on rre-
o*d at this plaen WN made Mooday
sigbs by 0. W. Orta, Jim Revels sad
Cl~eelad Harts. Wish three btra
the10 brought in Tuesday mrse-
iaglls the re nks FPb C mpany's flih
hoese. 61 1St.les. The oIbermes
nIail t ee e aptaes for mallet,
Ik th e asmas iad thu mow r this
ini a Amm lO$ .1, whi w equally
lIMfe magae le hme im siimte.-
iws, M haM eaehm at hme. r-.
ibi M the m r a elt g. oe their




l Wl to b-Wrs toe m 0s



Jla OL am e wel-

a l ew inL eIM s e. Isk
11111ase e gm b
l~CIh


1'wo year ago the Pharmacy HIoard of
New South Wale., Australia, had an
analysis made of all the coglh medi-
eiiies that we're sold in that market.
Out f the l-nitire list they found onlly
one that thry declared was entirely
free froii all iuoions. This exception
was ('hamle-rlitmn's Cough Remedy,
made by the Chamberlain Medicine
Company,. lie Moines. Iowa. U. A.
The absence of all narentics makes this
remedy thel safel iand best that can be
had; and it is with a feellog of securi
ty that any motr a t her ca r it h
little Oin' Chamnberlain's Oough kernm
edy is especially recommended by its
niLkera for coughs., oolds, croup and
whooping cough This remedy is for
sale by all druggists.

Board of Engineers in Session.
;\\ja.;ii t,'oli N" 1 heT b' ard of
Oooiiiil' K liii' *" 'e f the l hbmliar
canal (lll lioranl': held a meetitg to
da 1(t idwl!i.'ii'. t ptreitmnlnary reports
of tne !hree- a <,l iiiiltirl formed foi
the hII th, ', 1 ; st <% i anid the nit price
for lioih cf '*. 1' 1s .- wter-td that
tbh s# I i r,+ < I: '%i. '*I. ill ( e. perma
nent. airl ... f: Ir! mrierlit of th
board *i ', 1 'n.) once o r twice
a week and *' i .' l i4'' n wBitt
spe4 lal Infor" .,' I,* A It0 .r will be
referr-.l o 'he ;i''"' h.rch make
the matil ',i f i, 'i s'n Ir *p raltly.
'I e deciKin .-'', .a ..) ill 4 r < .
in about f""ir .* * *

A Disastrous Callmity.
It is a disastrous calamity when you
lob your kealthi t.eranc indigtillut
and eonstiptilorn he' *eppe-d it awsy
Proopt relief eao t. had in Ifr Kall's
New LItf Pills They bold o- your
dilgesive orga'is ana uro hieadabe,
dirganse. cohle. '-feltis'iri. n etc.
(iuaraSntd at all drug store. Ar

t Lese Dairy CCopa*l**i* Cmine.
St. L.mta No I A cOmblse 0
tes of the Irstr et !r, vmpas5 Ir
St. IjiMt eOestml 'rg a't IS pe*
Osmi of tse espply of a 'uk elmr sit
Iee cream, anld *w <,as t"a rw'am.
i prics bhas prcr ca. tI S e't
p*etd aad w.11I b*.','*1 ellT0 e e
Jnaaryi 1. t was ***' "'a
eapttal *tor l* '** n 'I ~, O* T
to at of the asma's !aR o ssorai the
r a pnep-et -*t e r 0 rsa tI
rk of d ailry ,Beftia
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And He Ditirtiw* Ihe AAdliea.. Not
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I'p to tli" yclr 17441 thlire s i I to
have I,-,ii nit) rn gulir Intl p'' ;,ier it
theater ii Sootlaud. In tlat ::'.
1foundat111 s.io>l e ofll t(it t 'e tiaol:
water was liii by Iy y IeIy Itynn of
vent 4;arIrI ii illheaiter, 1.ton ll Iiw
pri es tlh0i tl.a .tonui ry--\iz. -''. 1'A
tkt. nal Is.-a full lwiste wias tiih
from ft41sto ft'. tiu spwcil to ,
auih eas tine bIelefit of a ltopul a ir,
as muiuch as 70 was taken. hut i l ,y
aduilttthig spectatora to tihe in .ii l i
eveu to the stage Itsrlf. e Sln ii
the stage wns so crowded in ltl y
that the Ilotolr had not suttlclll'i. 111
to carry out their **buieAlie" s' ; tl.l
uud. if et'npiagl In a duel. badl ii ,i
eit their luije sfor fear of liit
patrotn. It In to the vrillt of i, I 1,k
that lie wais the flrst to set II'.o,
,against this abuse and to cl 1Iln
stage door even to a prluteof h .,i .,
Those were days In which '\' iit1.
iter led a Ipreiriouis exi ten'lv. \ ll
were barely tolerated. They v i It
gally "valahlouds." Their ir -'ii
wail coidnlertl luiuioral not i \ lh
tihe great hulk of tlhe piullic1, 11 a
waiy. biy tlitinmslves. A curli;- ll ni
tratiotn of this had l en afford, lit-
tle while before at a theater in I I i.
In a pIlay called '"The Sorcervr it il ,4
rvl|.w t thetinmilv l a dinni atllof ii nt .
was to I w imrforulml. They wonri. ',
Ied andl dressed In the usutil i i.r, i
with ill tlhe lDantesque ai 'esl. *- to
iltike theii terrlhle. Tlley wei'r elv
lu niinlwr. But In the iniltlt a Il ir i
plirfiorinlllaui they disco\lred'l. I ilwlr
horror, that a thirteenth haid I l ie
hliilicl if to theui. T is wits to u iiib
for theI actors.
('Coti'lou of the fiet that tin' \ ,ere
colnsi el'rtil y niyii t I t i lIt f |l ihlnilvt
for til' splc l attentlonu of tIl. urrh
fltinll, tllth y flld In all d llrction- I,. fiir*,
the unii mlei'oille visitor. If hii, thie.t
ilitght yelt escalmle the deltructlelli \. u 11ri
they )elleved was cominiln l up tl li'n.
Owliig to thils general ataillliil. tlie
illiriiiliinnlerary devil witn ni, r i un
iiimaked Itut whbn the Inil' i,. o\ ~r
It was riemminlweril that ther \irt ni
thirtei'iith Infernal toilet, whi halve IWenel asumled for the .o,;.i .oia by
un111' practical oker. At ti. in
hevPe-vr, the dllrect Interpitoi'l 'ii of
ltanll wan flrinly tllleved Ili 'hie e
tonrs Hil the audienCtel 'Tb actrllr- il the audience dllspernsd to carry til their
homes the tidings of this terrlli.- na.
tar. And so profoundly did it affect
the Imaginatloi of some of the srl ta
tors that they professed to bri seMU
the Intruder fly away through l e roon
of the theater aid to bave hbel. theiu
selve' almnot sufforated by tbh- reldu
ary steuct.- I.onmdo (Graphic.

As a Christian name rN li llis o lr p
tlivly rcaie uver with tIe onll4'eror.
lie Innded In tim parish of It INcholla.
at I'evremy. lbouieeday It.,k eoutalla
only one NlcuNla. uindiallliiriil an yet
by that Intnuive aplriate. \ Ihi-tia has
also taken ulndue pomsseslon of Anltony
tboulg It baa drIoped out e". revanche.
from Hadrian and from lalen,,h Vromj
the couaqest e the Nic'hhlei. multl.
plied and were very' aiu>nil itf I firnl
the naUte most freqdlest in uelaiseval
dorunweuta Nkitoaa Hrenk-ieelr "so
the only Englsllhuns ever i, le a prl>w,
Nicholas RMkiey was the ln II.-l bllb
op. while Ml r Nicholas IiBarn was the
father of the aiu wh,. te. is M vtry
Nemao to slppioe. dki not rto "llam
lt." "'Marleth" and "'lthell ., NS-b
la I'dall. mater of ICloi. *.. Its anl
thor of "Italph Rolals.r l, ....(r," thr
Irst Engllst romedy. In F- ,Iand thi
name sot shortened lo m N i., I o whrbt
form It was hlrte by i manir "intell
loon" as well a liy the linar..rtal H alu
lie N.-ol JIarie. I'upe tlei V'.
who ftuw ded the 'aselt s the Vatlian, gave II a frlesh nles of
life. But lbe rrformrtluon *c.thied It.
It llnl red o a whl| la Inome haIl
heartld aly and rsrelled its. op de
gtrac frnuw the groteique *t,lblMaitle
of NMitiolaa .\SkIetl 4 .l',retlII Mass.
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Clyde Now England and Southern Lnes
DIMS e% fvWes 1460 sA('Ku, 'I l..19, .fVIW ON sad
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The Kind Yod Have Ahlwa BDoigt, ad whch has been
in use for over 30 yern, has borne ttl dsl ture of
a^s and e ba enmame uder hti per-
sonalsuperwvloa aaneo tslantacy.
Allow no one to deive YoltU n thi
All Counterfets, Imitations and Jaust.omg-s-are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanlgr t health e
Inftiut and Children-Experience aglaint mbpelrd ate


What is CASTORIA
Cantoria Is a htarnless sanbtltttte fr Castor Oil. Pea
gorle, Drops anrd skothling Iyrnlls. It In P'lelras t Is
contains neither Oplum,n Morphinoe nor other Nlareoot
substance. Its l, la Ists guanruntee. It destroys WornM
and allays Feverlishness. It turnes I)itrrhitr aand Wind
Collc. It relieves Tt thllng Troublles, c(tires Votlpatio
and Flatulency. It asimnllates the F(ntH, nVrelatem the
ttomwah and owels, giving healthy tand nature aleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

CENUINK CASTORIA ALWAYS

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In Use For Over 30 Years.
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S, 'G THE DAILY SUN: GAINEBVILLE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 2, 1905


THE LeqT ARTS.
eafy Albamoeem Deesse New
KICAI*lesdNe M s Them tvee.)s.
Not aS mIn a" we used to, hut oc.
CalloIlly Ot yet, due hears of some
wonfle getonpllshed by the anclents
wlheb Ctibet be done now.
Not so many years ago It was rquite
<'mMadly anserted that modern work-
IeB O~odl not quarry or. having quar-
r4te, could not handle stones as large
as th~e monollths of Egypt, and the
riltfr has heard a public sllaker of
Iote assert that It would be impossible
to handle with nmolern impleuwnts
unch large stones as were used In the
pyramids or to Join them as perfectly
as they are Joined there. Yet, when oc.
caslon nrone, larger stones than any of
the larger monoliths themselves were
trnusportidi not only to the sea, but
across it, and erected In ngland,
Franee and America, and there are In-
dividuals today who might, If they
chose, caise the transportation to and
crertlon In this country of the largest
pyranilds or build new ones ten times
larger and more durable. 'yraiilds
arer not being generally built nowadays
because they are not In line with the
trend of modern ambition; that's all.
It is very doubtful If a "iinmasnns
blade" would stand hIlf as severe
image as a modern band saw blade or
even as much Its the spring of a forty
<'*nt clock, while the ornamentation'
of those wondrous blades, so far as the
mi(elillnil'al exc'iution is coticerned, can
be exrcellel by applrentlces and ama-
teurs of todny.
Of the "lost art" of hardening cop.
Ip'r little I hearnl of late years, though
one cwcvaslonlly hear a wlsellng from
the wilds wish that lie knew how to do
It ns well as the anclentm, and while It
In perhaps regrettable that be doesn't
hiblognorance is his own fault
Many arts and devices have been
abandoned because new knowledge
has made them useless, and time spent
In rediscovering them would be worse
than waited. The modern youth had
much better spend his tmne studying
the art of his contemporaries than that
which is "lost."-Sclenttllc American.

DON'T GET RUSTY.
Kexp Your moral, Mestal ane PhyI.
loa MNaehlinrr Werktlg.
The machine that liee Idle is far
more liable to Injury than the machine
that runs.
Air and dampness do more damage
than wear and tear. Iet the machine
remain Inactive awhile, and the coat-
Ing formed by the corrosion soon cor-
ern the bright metal and the parts be-
come stiff and cranky.
A man neglects the working parts of
his body. Normally thee parts should
be exercised. He Indule bti members
nl Idlense. Whatever 'vitality and
working force they may haye oad
when In continued use, neglect cause
the machinery to run stitly. It Is the
rut.
A man mnny ntelect to exercise his
working brain foreen. lie Imay have
ever so quick a mind, but If he does
not une his mental machinery the rust
of Idlenes Is soon over It.
A mnan may neglect to use the oral
forces that are In him. There is a
weakening somewhere. The macblae
lets down. And soon the parts are
rusted.
When the primary or the convention
ir the ballt box. working parts of gov-
ernment., art negleetel the rust tol.
Icts The utiaichliery works I'orly. It
na) break down.
Keep your Ithly worklig without
Irh'tI'Im tIy smesteiittic' exercisee,
Keel' > iour inliitl Irliht by uMlng It.
I'"*ip orlur ,tiil .ltIe by working It
AIi*l ', for uisl,.iy ninllh i.iilbh of It-
e'v lls are ',uM.,.l I,) tihe ihleUtei of Its
niecr'i ar) ,,t kting |>rts. t'hb 'ag,

A ahowu Tht lrllerrc I(mlerry.
A.tlie'r lih ,' ll ,, .\l.Ai, lil, n, tthe
l, ,( ,'l rif l tl r,,, .riur: ,, ,,f r' coli 'lltaI
rit'n sr t lI. raI lh. I l\t ii l II> t r.' I III.
llt al hI ll5 ritiel rl
4 n rt "li . .i \ i III Iwas ai

i 'l t ll J, .I I*'. f.'w \, t'n1 1t, It h .'I A l i')
r-'l l"l. it'% i .II tt la r te ln t ht, Jt laitae>


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The Heal FPrakHU.
There were not wsmting sinister in-
fuences, subtly and persistently Inahb-
ItlUg the d(.;elopMient of that large, ex-
plii't nlntl national recognition of
Fruuklln's services which a very little
thinly night have called into full being
and activity even during his lifetime.
IIad that consummatlou been realized
even for n day, though It had been but
the day after his death, the character
cf his fame would have been fixed dif-
ferently, one cannot doubt, for the rest
of time. For there would then have
come fully and simultaneously Into the
national consciousness a conception of
Franklin which-instead of the legend
of the Philadelphia printer, almanack
maker and humorist or instead of the
legend of'the moral philoeopber who
taught men bow to thrive In business
and Inculcated the practice of honesty
as one of the best tricks of every trade
--should have given us the legend of
that historical FrankiJn, the most ta-
mous patriot, the wil4et statesman, the
most successful diplmauntlst of his age,
a man with whose name all Europe-
whatever America may have been do-
ing or thinking of then and since-once
rang from side to side and whose pres-
ence In the world filled the mind of his
generation with the ideas of enlighten-
ment, magnanlimity and freedom.--Wl-i
llim MAcluDc iald In Atlantic.

0. B. Burhans Testifies After Four
Years.
0. B. Burhans of COrli le Center, N.
Y., writes: "About four years ago I
wrote you stating that I had been en-
tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
by taking leN than two bottles of Fo-
ley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped
the briek dest sediment, and pain and
symptoms of kidney disease disap-
peared. I am glad to say that I hare
never had a return of any of those
sym'pioam during the four years that
have elapeed and I am evidently eured
to ita eured, and heartily recommend
Polear Kidney Cure to anyone siffer-
In from kidney or bladder trouble."
J. W. MoOollomA & o.
New a Urvt Artor Lilved.
Charles Mathews, one day previous
to the period of his publicly proclaim-
ed dire bankruptcy, Invited a friend to
dine with him. The walnuts were
washed down by some rare sherry.
"That's a dellclous wine." his friend
exclaimed. "It must have cost you a
lot of money." "It didn't cost me any-
thing that I know of," the flighty co-
median answered, with a shrug. "You
had It given to you, then?" the friend
suggested. "Oh no," answered Math-
ews; "I bought it from Ellis, In Bond
street!" "But be will charge you some-
thing for It?" the friend exclaimed la
astonoihment "I believe he do.i write
something down In a book," Charles re-
torted gravely. "Let's have another
glae., my boy."

Slugglish Liver a Foo to Ambition.
Yon cannot aeoomplish very much
if your liver is inactive, as you feel
dull, your eyes are heavy and slight
exertion exhaust you. Orinu Laza*
tive Fruit Syrup stimulaters he liver
and bowels and makes. you feel bright
and active. Orinu Laxtiive Fruit
Sirup doee not nauseate or gripe and
very pleaaat to take. Orino is more
ffleelive than pills or ordinary naihar-
ties. Refue subsetitutes. J. W Mc-
Oollum & Co.
IEs Joh Hair Refnarded ('rille.
John Hlay was c'hattiig about h:s lit-
erary eiwrTleincw with an intimate
friedal when the latter aaked:
"John. what feature or phase of this
writing business has Impr seed you the
mount "
"Well." was tbh reply. and the speIk-
er's eyes twinkled mlMchievouuly. "*o
far as I am ,oncerned. It's the things
that the crttlcs flsh out of a Fellow',,
printed stuff that he never put there.
Bat I suppose Ihat crithlt, like the nrrt
Of m. hare Ito show ec'Uinse fItr living."



CASTOR IA
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Thee Is a story c' k"tt of
-tktilt Miallter" an fto the erct
that wao be t ffrwd his first t lue to
a kLtee B ra they retrd it with a
polte ote assurtn him thatft re
was o market foor that eon of thing.
DT ftter was marked "Ns. 0O8W" la
Iator yeas whem &* eas pebabkor
asked blm for one of a hi eamea pt
he paoitely reqgeted thea to refer t
their preneew cmryo -pe w t
haim marked "00', *

Wora Dterover.
White' Orea Veirmita* se otll
kills w ws, beit e me e she mes
uA SlOIe I hil theyk bhe bir


BD IW IE2B O.LRDB


DR. DaVERE B. MORRIS,

....DENTIST....


Omfe over Marous Eodel'. Phone 79-3 rings

J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Solicitor in Equity
Real Esate, Conveyaneing and Geo
eral Practice. All business promptJj
attended to. Office next door to SuE
o01e. GUAINmazTLL, FLOMAI

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
GAIIrtVILL, FLOIDa.

Oan sell your city property, (Im.
proved and unimproved), phosphate.
troeking and farming lands. eand him
a list of what you offer for ale. 2142r.

W. E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
S. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY...

GAINESVILLE, Alacbua Co., FLA.
Office in Endel Block.


DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,


DENTIST.


Over Dutiton Co's Bank.



D L GORDON a TIsON.
DENTIST.


OGainel t


Ofte nl Miller Law Ezobanc
GAImasVLLiL. rA.


THE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS & OIQAR#
JOHN MENZrs. Proprietor.
1111 W. Bay at.. Jcksoevotflk, PI.
Fant her, bottle and draught. Don'
fall to eall oa m when In Jalksolville




TAMPA FAIR
TAMPA, FLA.



LOW RATES
VIA

ATLANTIC COAST LINE


GAINESVILLE


To TAMPA $475
and Return,


Tiekets on ale November 13. 16. 17.
20. 22, 94, 17 ard 19. 1906. Final limit
of teeket D)eeaber 1. 1906.
For full Information reardling the
above or other ratue eall oa Atlantic
Coast Line agents or write
FRANK 0. BOY,141ON.
Dittnct Pasueger Agent,
Jacksonville. Fla.




EL DORADO CAFE
tleallM In (ok Cwa a rFeater
Everything Is Sslsoam ooked ko Order.
oYSTKRS AND STEAKS

COirFE the Best.
PRICES ra AdNABLE.

WEST 8IDE SQUARE,
is Weo Mai s tret. .



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Seree. ao T. J M1ase cto

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Take The Atlantic Coast Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
VIS Via ViaVia
Dpo n Dupo n SO P.th l West Dpont '
SllI or se hp I -'"t le ."s
Jo ks'l ine l Jam onvUe Line Monaoomer

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in effect April 16, 1906.


GAINESVILLE


Depart for
8:10pm
DIily


High Springs and Inter-
mediate Points


Arrive FrLa


8:80 a rn
Daily


12:16pm Oeala, Leesburg and Tampa, and 8.40 p w
Daily Intermediate Points Daily
1 :0pm Palatka, Jacksonville. 1:85 p m
Daily North, East and West Daily


1206 pm
Daily

8:36pm
Daily


High Springs, Waycros, Savannah, Brunswiek, 8:16 p m
Albany, Atlanta, all Points North, East West Daily


Rochelle, Micanopy and Citr


8:0 a m S 7:20 p m
Dail High Springs Daily
ex.Monday ex. Sunday

Interebaneable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the prin.
eipal railways in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coats
Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
For complete information, call on
J. A. GOODWIN, Ticket Agent, Galnevllle.
Address:
FRANK O. BOYLSTON, Die. Pass. Agt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Ag
188 W. Bay st., Astor Bnilding, Jacksonville, Fla.
H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W. J ORAIG, Gen. Pasa. Ag..
Wilmington. N. O. Wilmincton, N. O.



Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company
Time Table in effect September 24, 1906.


No. 4. No. 8. No. 1. ]No. 8
Daily Daily.i ITATIONM. Daily. Da i,.


Lv PM ,Lv AM Ar. PMAr PM
8 00 i....... .........Falrlneld ....... ............ 2 80
S8 10 !...... .... .... ... Irvle ........... ......... 2 20
8 20 i.............. .. Dun rvan ....... ........ 2 10
8 25 ...... ...... .. doutheidea.............. 2 06
S880 ....... .......... Hiokman . ...... .. 2 00
8... .....! 8 N ......... L e m on ..... ...... 1 55
4 00 '.............. Miosnopy ......... .......1 40
4 10 ........ ... .. ....Tacoma. ................ 1 80
4 16 ........ ........ Kirkwood........ ........ 1 25
42 ...... .......... Olyatt................ 1 20
80 ....... ........W aoahoota.... .... ........ 1 10 .
...... 40 ........ ..... Rooky Point....... ......12 66
00 ....... t ln vilo...... 1 80L ......
o6 00 LT 0 !i. .. 2Ar
6 0 68 ......... Bellamy .... ... 6 9 I8
60 7 06 .............yr......... 8 40 8
7 I08 1 .............Graham..... .... 8 82 9 22
.. l Ar 72 i ......ampeon City ..... 8 20 910 .
910 1060 I... Platka, .8. & Fr.... 6 60 p 800 a ......
.. .. .... .. ........
84 8 46 .. Lake olty, O. 8. F P... 7 04 pj 742
............. ... 0 p, .... .Tllsa S. A. L. ... 14........
..i...... II 08 ll 00 a .....Valdoat0, t a #t ...i 460 p 5 S0
.. .... 085 a 4 20 p .....Maoon, G. 8.&AFP.... ll 80 a 1 40 a
.......... 1 a! 7 5 p ........Atlanta, Cot oG....... 7 10 a 900
........ Ar AMArP Lv LvPM ..

Trains and 4 do not run between Gainesville and Fairfield on Sundays.
L. Z. BARKER, General Superintendent J. F. HILL Agent.


SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Effective May 28, 1905.

Sveibuale Trains lat N.. 84 sN. io onr and West. me. 11


Lv Jakeonvill. So. Ry 19 u 7 56p lv Jacksonville. Fla.
LvJeeup .So. Iy II 4 s 10 4o)p lvJeup, a.
Lv savannah So. Ry 1 0Op 12 164 Ar Macon. Is.
Ar Colombia So. Ry 6 Mp 6 Ar Atlanta, G(i
Ar Ckarlotte So Ry to 26p 9 566 Ar kome. Gaa
Ar Greesboro 4o. Ry 1 13a 412 p Ar Dalton, (ai
Ar Danville ,So Ry "2 sl 2 lp Ar Chattanoos, Tenu
Ar lihmoi d Sl,. Ry 6 a d 4Jp Ar ILexington, Ky
Ar Lyaehburg So. Ry 4 34a 4 i Ap Cinelnnnti. o
Ar Charlottesville So. RKy 6 a fi (ip i .v incinnati. .
Ar Weasington.. So. Ry 95 %t 5 p Ar Chieago. Ill
Ar RBalimor P. R. R. R 11 9)811 ?hp l, i., Cincnat.
Ar W. Ph'del'ia P R I 4.'p eAr Chearn. Iill
Ar N1o YnIkL P k I' ,a


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ville to Now Yorka1pad c'l:!irit, Mieb
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JEWISH HUMOR.
*raver 0 9ltternee ud I ts at-
fre of Judatla.
Inn said of the Jews, "The Rem-
people are almost entirely without
power to laugh." Surely had he
ed for trace of Jewish humor in
light which Heine casts back upon
dark tradition he would never have
e so sweeping a statement. For
t years Heine lay upon his "imat-
grave" in Paris suffering exoru-
ting agony. He deserved, he said.
have awarded to him "the grant
is of pain and misery." LTeopohll
said almost the sane words if
whole Hebrew people, "If there are
In suffering. Israel takes prece-
ce of all the nations." The humor
Israel Is flavored with bitterirns 1iiml
ys round the greater subiljets of
ought and of speculation: plays like
humor of a man in pain.
Listen to the lament of a saItirl rn at Aries In 12S7 who tinil- tile
orks of the Jewish law an intoler:al,,-
urden and seems to have orimn, lik,,
eine, to the bitter contvilnsion thati
Judaism is not a religion, it is a mis
rtune:"
h. hapless mire, distraught with care-R,
ho.e wife to him male children tI'ars,
or all of them, or rich or poor,
ave only suffering to endure.
his i caused by the Jewish reed,
'hose yoke is hard to bear indeed.
ta many laws and regulations
which are unknown to other nations
very Hebrew must observe
ith watchful eye and straining nerr,.:
T'en though he shares In public funtrtlons,
He still must follow their Injunctions

The Bible is not half enough;
Glosses there are and other stuff
In which he erudite must be,
especially in theology.
In all the Talmud may relate.
n authors' quarrels and debate
n things particularly small,
no signiflcance at all.
One more mediaeval quotation, this
me from the pen of a Barcelona Jew.
lines can hardly perhaps be calleil
humorous, but they Illustrate with
ain terse comedy the great value
t by the race upon threc things
money, knowledge and domestic liap
ines. If a man has none of then the
t has no better advice to glie him
an to hold his tongue <4 to hanlg hliii


What Is the most useful thing to uni r
man in life?
anowleige' or wealth or a good and i',.-
Ing wife.
ut If none of these commodiltlmn m.in htii
ever got
en by keeping golden ilelhne he ITiilhit
Improve his lhat.
ad if he cannot do so, that poor a.inr hap-
less knave,
en let him go away at wie' aidl digl
himself a grave.
On his deathbed Heine mad i iii s -t
e, and it is typically Jewish. "\le
ewing blhi by no means Irrepronrt'a-
lpast." he hoped that od1 might for-
ve him, "for c'eet son metier"- (that is
trade. Another story Illustrates
t more perf-ctly the bitter humor of
e Jew. It is the story of a dlyilng
bbl "who had been all his lifetime
tremely religious, hut hid likewise
Ways suffered much want anild min
'IDo you know,' he said to Ithose
the nickroom, 'If after all the sadt ex
ietnces I have had In l theI pmt there
no future life I shall Ie greatly
used.' "-London Spectator.

Colophon.
Colophon was a city of ancient lonla.
lIna miles north of Ephesus. and near
sea. It was aald to be the birthb-
lace of Homer. and near it was a fa-
Boas oracle of Apollo. The Iireek pro v.
rb, "To put a colophon to It," umann
to end an affair bandsomely. Is ex.
plalned by 8trabo as arising from a
belief that the cavalry of I'ol pbon was
9o excelletst In quality that their charge
was always decisive In a battle. Hienue
alroae the custom of calling any devi e
ot monogram or printer's name or sign
or date of printing In old printed books
a colophon in the sejase of a definite,
satisfactory end.

lYFehs Ihbo.
It was the great erllpM of Aug. 21.
ISIi>. that turmnd Tycho Brrbe Into an
astrononmer. Hi* was In bis fourt-enth
year at th. time, a ianishl boy of no
ble origin. and bad been desti ed Brst
for t h army and then for thi law
Ilut the arccrary with wblih the
eHllpge wtas preMlt-te(d impremid him
with tle teilef that astroo y was a
divrine thilig. ar:l tbnro'Pforwafrd he de-
voet lh.* lir, to it Th. debt o4 f a*-
trMnenmt to Tycho Itraber nat n ly fori
his otn wittrk. ut as ttb man wtI
dlnp1l the genius of Kepier C'an
Ilfti9ly o''irem'lltmated.


11a the toi. tt f rfrt e stblrall
b1w a hliXr he(l teo fawt bitl *Mld
itlry rfe i i rtrrmternre. wtullets
tw *Q* I thn thia t July,
ione f t tr ei t*" tis i m
as 6016 sr"hod in

that *"pqrameru te eftarw
ft tttAteabelaary metal o T ow-
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DIVERS' PARALYSIS. i
This Disese Asffeet Its VIelem only
Out of Water.
"Divers' prIralysis." said th l sltoend
mate, provess homeit)opiatlihy to tw a
fact. Hoie ophlthy says that like cures
like. For iii;tatne, if you havi't fever
take s .othingi that produces i fever.
andl you will recover. Well, divers' pa-
raly-is Iacks up this cithlm.
"Tihe disease afflicts the Ipelrl dl\ers
of (''yl iti andl the sponge ila < rst of the
Med iterratneamn. It attacks only the C
best tien, the ones who go downl) deep.-
est and stay longest, antit It Is sup-
posIed to be 'llinused by the swift
achuni. s from tone pressure of water toi
another that the diver uiitlergomns when C
he pops up tio the surface.
"This partilysts nakess the deliver
quite helpless oiut of water. Yet under
water It disappears altogether. The
water catss 1 divers' pir,.lysis. Th T
winter in a truly holletop athle I 11nain
takes every vestige of the dils
away.
'"T) tthe ste'r tels (of ('eylonl
to the slittigo fisheries of tihe Mlrt,
ranhan. lmuiiiy of the best dhl'V Ir
carritid like infiints. llelpless
they lit' ii row on the dteck a th
-tinsli ine till th,'ir turn coin(1 %to
st't-,itl 'llhi'n iln 'e Ilon thlie ip I
is ct'rrie'l to lthe loiat's edge. e t A
thee'. his haiilds on ilhi kn It
lost inl tIuiight the' is tig ht
ratl ii ii. nail suddenly -po td teit
a" kw ardll' )inti the water. .
inst:;iit lie disappears all l igilty
reltirns to hlin, and iis eitsii 114
would divc fve feet atR I 'r hlt i'
Stoilt' le dives over a uaull t "a'ht aft
er tihe hidden pearls.
"WIth the paralyzed a ge he11,er It
is the neiii story. Only, ti t lr hlt)i
a heavy stone in hi art Io "" ar
down to tilh l)ttolo he lllanst It' t'-r
ried to the boat's side alid dropped


over tix iily.
"These Itaralyties are
ward. helpless, floppy
about the detk. but t
totss tjitvi overboard aI
q York lieraihl


rike fish awk-
tig hideously
P ill()ilt'lit you
f4y they dart,
n like." New


ETIQUETTE AMO G PEERS.
Hleits Laid 1i to Preserve tbhe
l)mitlly of Tkheir Camber.
lt-sihles inlls ing upot all.o''res e- t
suffer 1)e dis-
to tlhems lve s the pee t
reo...'t to the stately 1gTded lchnd.r
tllhiitl to asseem-
iII w ic, h t h e y rln fl eu otm t l t o a n otI
lile. I%-vn wvhlien pirl net'11 1 is not in
seloIn Iin11e lbut menI) rs tare allowed
to e e t even the eldest
14011 of lilly l4'r iny weer his hat In
the r'oo(iiI. "N.Ithl.r anly person to
stay there, nor any lenalnt on an)
nolbleman but while hi n mself."
lord, and then lie is t was taken of."
In 17(3 offi'll no i be doorkeeprs
the fact that of lat med to et
have frequently p the.hous esCo
within the doors wh e oe tt
ting. aldi( It was the r onl ti. forithat
for the future this rty lie forbi
de r their ill


s"'Iwreary an& Trmarer.

FOR SALE,
Lots 5 and 6 of Drake's sub-divioion
of Bock 1, RIiage 7, of the original
survey oif the City of talnetuillh.
L.te 3 'nd 4 in Division B and Lots 4
iud 5 in )ivirson A of W. R. Thoma'
iub division of Gainei ville.
H 114H PRING8,
Two nice lots for Pale where the Com.
mereial Hotel lands.

Offices in Endel Block,

Gainesville, .- * lorida.


THE SUN


JOB PRINTING

DEPARTMENT

Makes a Specialty of All Kinds

of Plain and Fancy



Commercial


Job Printing


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Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc

Legal Blanks on Short Notice

The following letter from 1ne of our
mail ooer ohaltomer is self-ezplana-
tury:
Louisville, Ky Feb 77, lrI.
H. If MeCreary.,
(as4i6llle, Fnla.


are c'rupiltouitf o I"..... " ... Ilear Sirt Reooived the printing
uity I reearhd in t Itirai l tot erw matter I la do tme. and will say that
with rvferesant' to c ( ero--iie'e btween it is perfeeniy aatlsaetory. I like tho
the two houss. .envelopes ao mueh. Many thanked for
it sets forth s th" e plae of our your prompt allsatioo in filling order
It t fort t power house upon Yoar truly,
tneeting with the te paNinted haCoaaa..
conference Is tuuau. beforee
biMr. where ttey a I our leinre We B eoad ordersn to TIE UN,
we come and x in a whlrle NAY Geaseville. via
are to clme thl i n a ,,. meng 1. for7 (-anevll.. Fla.
mud nott a..ie 0,th tke, fruiM lther
the reot, which th %t"14 rutathe '1JYThe Florida
gravl)ty of tf e lOe 1 fri" n ki e their
hinder the I,9.' Ari. ti.g "Itherr. Fruit and T iuck Grower
ipro)pr pine' l 1. lc rN. t1 at
and Iu lo-revt- .. r.-.. *-iher t L 1. I UINT, i.tdr sad IPrs'r,
_ary '01 tto :' WI-t" ir,-r.si, OCALA, FLA,

unless it It 1 O
that by c.mn1 O-- f .
sight. to all. h-1 t11 .1 1 .. U0 111
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l ith oi i g h 6... '"(
lation Is no.i
'haiberi' JtMIa A handsomely illustrated legalsso
liei--'Ul Trade devoted iPelatlly t the iaesU M o fW
Tersk ,. rf r the fruit and vegetable grower of
"Never ask : ..rida ,,, ,, l rr
acrllhIItr at of
.t"aI .. .. ,lng mVan A spital trial *t uoerption Oo sil
cin'le." aIt mI .,'*. t- emontbe willtbe *el st om e 4tope of 3
'in nine 1 til r.'Po- 6they .sets. Ri s tab.
,, t 9, h, 'r.'l{ 8r
will tack 10 ,' i,,, d' i ,ut

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ainesville Rea A. B A. R D


CO., Airhie Railway
Paid-Up Ca at Sooo..


Buy nd Sells .,. FOR....
ReA Estate......

olleats nnsd Account; Broker- Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
a f Insurance.


spOndence Solicited from Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
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and Sellers. ington, B.altimore, Phila-

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THE DAILY Stl GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. NOVEMBER


2, 1905


NEW OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

Mtten of General Interest Oatb.
ared by Our Reporters.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"c
It In The Sun.
Ladies' and genti' cravanettes at J
nanasse'p.
Ladies'calling cards in latest stEles
at Sun office.
W. W. Geiger of Micanopy was in
(Gainesville yesterday.
Broadcloth and Danish cloth in all
olhrs at J. Manapse's.
Mrs. B. R. Colson i enjoying a visit
from her mother of Bartow.
Experienced clerk wanted. Young
man preferred. Royal Cook.
New Pillsbury flour, made from best
sring wheat. Saunders & Earle.
Kirsohbaim suits and overcoats, the
correct garments, at J. Manasse's.
W. P Tompkilasof Taland Orove was
a caller at The Sun officee yesterday.
Found-Pearl brooch, one pearl out.
Call on C. H. Bell. W. U Tel. office.
Joa. L Shaw, one of Alaehoa's lead-
ing farmers, was in the city yesterday.
If you want the belt coffee, canned
goods anid fresh groceries, call on Ma*
eon Bros. *
Ladies' trimmed and street hats, fall
styles, and best for the money, atJ.
Manasse's.
W. W. Colson is in Alsohua to at.
tend the meeting of the Cotton Grow-
ers' Asoelation.
Arch Hague, one of the leading eill.
sens of the Hague settlement, was in
the city yesterday.
Attorney W. E Baker and .Perry 1.
Colson returned yesterday from a bu.i-
ness trip to Brosaon.
Compositor Wanted-Good, steady
compositor ean ob'ain a permanent
situation by applying at this office.
Nicely furnished room for rent. No
eooklng. Apply on promises, 808 E
Liberty street, or at this office. tf
Terpoetls leases for sale as this of.
*Iooe,00 per dosen. $8 per hundred.
hb must accompany order. dawtt
R Burts, olty, editor o The
Son, weut to Isackedville yret amy in
the interest Of'the Indostrial Edition.
For Bale-Two and one-half acre lot
in West Oialnesvlille, near the ITniver.
city grounds. Mrs. Kate S. Britt, Cen.
trial, Fla. 8t
Hallowe'en Jokers who tork the gate I
from in front of the Presbyterian I
mansw will confrr a favor by return. a
Ing the same. I


Absolute purity, great strv>igth and
delleiooe natural flavor have made
Blue Ribbon lemon and vanilla ex.
tracts famous.
The hunters were out ii force ye.
lerday and "Holt White" was kept
pretty busy hiding from the dogs and
f.-tllve Nimrtodl.
JamIIs't K Merchait has gone to
AiIgu ta. (4; where he will take a
poet.graduate tcmrt e iin tb ak-keeping
at the iussles oih Pillege in that city
The El Doradot. their popular resttan-
raet itUt, luisrh -mtiter-r. hals recently
furnished a very osy |reirate parlor
for lads'. andi gient i'ninit who i rtrounise
that estlalli.hmnti
The immnitt-rs f J .1J inirv Chap-
ter, l t'D ,will miei It at the rev l.
deieoe oif %s ( C C('olielotih at 8
o'chlek this afterniooiu. and a full at-
tendail'te s desired
The niuesbers of (C,'fa I.odgeo.
Daughters of Rebekah. are planning
for an enthusiasten meeting otn Friday
uight. The. lodge is tnsaifeasint g a
lively iuter, at si the work.
When y,,u want a Icalesant physie
try ('h.amoerlain'. Stomach and Liver
Tablets. T1y) ar- easy to take and
iprAtit-e no Krip>iBng or onp!easant ef.
feet Sold tby all drugkeaLt
%. T PRari, . otie of the pritgrelsve
Xarmers of Archer and an old friend of
the buu, was in the city yesterday.
he ays the faring ro are reIeTvIng low
plriese lor their e'tlloit. whieh makes
busiuesr a tlitn, du:l in that iseelis
jast as preaeet
We are Il a i"eitiion to furnotia flrt-
olae b4as. cake ani lellutae hampered.
talo mebbage and eanatlope erat ee
promptly as etasoable pnes. and
esareat, penpt ahipameat or all
eatrU et Sh t emater A. O. iL.' e
& A L. nil WlUhil Mea.
l..4wU


LaS.le' and gentlemen's weatea' at
,. Manaase'a"
Judgr Colmon waq in Alachna ies.
terOa o n business.
Shts for lndie,. mi,.es. men and
bo)i as J Mauase.e'a.
l.idies' and gentp' ssnderwear aud
hoiery at J. Matiiis-e's.
Small white sweet potatoes only 35-
a bushel at Saunders & Earls's.
The latest styles in ladies' jackets
both long and short, at J Manasse's.
Crisp cracknelp, fr,sh from the Na
tional Biscuit Company, at Saunderd
& Earle's.
Mo by Taylor has be, n secured as a
member of the surveying corps for the
Dutton Phosphate Compasny.
A large party of yoong people from
Waldo came over laMt evening to at.
tend the performanc- of the Part
Theater Company.
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for sale at this office, the form used in
Alaehna county which sares money in
recording. $2 per hundred or 50o per
dozen by mail. Cash must accompany
order. dawtf
J O Byars, who represents the Bel'
knip Hardware Company of Loiiswiille,
Ky., was in the city yesterday and said
he expected Mrs. Byars and on, oCar.
thell, to arrive in the city about the
15th of the month to spend the winter,
There will be a regular business
meeting of Kirby Smith Chapter, U.
D. 0., at the home of Mrs L. J. Burk.
him at 4 o'clock this afternoon, at
which a full attendance is most earn.
estly desired. By order of the Preel.
dent. *
L. L. Hill has gone to South Florida
to represent his Eastern and Western
houses during the orange and grape.
fruit season. lie is an experienced
handler of fruit and his knowledge of
the business makes him a valued man
In thi line.
The Hallowe'en party given by the
Epwnrth League at the home of Mayor
and Mrs. W. R. Thomas Tuesday even-
ing was a very delightful oecasioa.
These soelal gatherings by the League
are becoming very popular and furnish
a pleasant evening to all who attend.
Roy Lancaster, representing the Na-
tional Benefit Insurance Company for
colored people, was in the city yester-
day. The home ofBle of this company
is located in Jacksonville, and about
four hundred members are enrolled
from this city. Siek benefits, as well
as death claims, are paid, the pre.-
mioms ranging from five cents to tlfy
ients per week
The teofleld-MeoMllan Company is
the name of the new grocery. pro.
due* aid fish couseern now doing
business at the old stand of (i W.
noofleld, grower. Mr. Soofleld. J. H.
MIoMillan and J. J.* Prevatt comprise
the new company, and they will handle
the same lines as the SHceflhld grocery
and Fruti & Produce Company has in
ih', past, so when you want fish ring up
'phore 210 instead of 108. The new
firmnn will let the people know through
the columns of The Sun when they
have bargaliis.
On account of the Bouthern Confer-
ence on Immigration and Qoarantine,
which meets at Chattauooga, Tenn.,
November 9th and loth. the Atlantic
)oast Line Railway has arranged to
sell isekeit at oune first-elass fare plus
we nty-five e-nta for the round trip
These. tickets will bt en sale November
4th and 9th ; final limit of same will be
November 16th. prior to m*'doight of
which paengers must re arh original
starting point For fiull information
rat leeplng oar reservation ***e Atlan-
lie ('Mls Line agents or write Frank
C. Itoylston. District Passeng.r geat,
Iacksonvitle, FIm.


READ THIS.
C11 AMINaLw tu. TaMV%.juine. 1901~
Dr. E W. Hall, St. Louis. M.:Ii Dear
I lketor-Il Is with pleasure Mtat I rae-
ommend your Texase Wonder for kid-
toy abd bladder trouble.s, as m~y wit*
and saystlf have both ooditsead ondc.
perioased wonderful reief fuseits
use Cuss. W. Hasair.

A TEXAS WONDER.
On*esmall botle of the To ansWas-
doe. Halls eGrnsS Dwouvrir, eam g#A
kidney smd bleddet tsmuble. venom
prsivel. *m diabo stee. mammal ei-
-"Me. Weeak Mad 11ine books. uAeiNO-
as MmdASH imgesshurtieeOf le ,kid.
mape med bi4e a e ib* ah -en
weme. tw~smebladder suiebilee is
ehimmin. It bat mid by four du'V=e
"tbesesistgmaswlleaeraw" ofSI

mSan somdesemtawl.to
$am Dr. IWe"s W.-Mani. 11me1
b o w i P.O0. be i .t O


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will appear as "I.ittle Gracie," with What It Costs t"- Dig Sweet Potatoes

the full strength of the entire com- In T' %is Section.
pany in the cast. One of our bu messI metn made a con-
.- tract to take a q-anti:y of sieet pota-
.City Directory For Sale. toes in payment of a debt, but the po.
We have a number of copies of tatoes were still in the ground atd he
Burgs' Olty Directory for sale at The was obliged to h \re a man to dig them,
Sun office. It is a handy reference in order to get h .s pay.
book for business and professional He engaged on e of our distinguished
men, giving the names of residents, Afro-Americanu oi 'tizeu to do the work,
with street and number. Price, $2. and with his whi e hiule to asist the
-- --- man of color set t ) work, as he says, at
At the pleasant home of Mr. and o'clock in the m )rnrg Htie labored
Mrs. 8. J. Thomas, 711 East Main very faithfully (? until 5 o'clock in
street, N.. a large and jolly party of the afternoon, wh~ b he brought the
young folks was entertained yesterday sweets to the man that had hired him,
afternoon, the oasion being the 9th there being a barrl actd little over a
birthday anniversary of their son, Sam.. half ina the whole lci Hle said he had
uel J. Thomas Jr. Games and other kept busy all day. The business man
amuseaemase were had and the feast offered to give him Ahe potatoes in pay.
spread fo Itbe young folks was also en- ment for bis day's ork. which he de.
joyed with a relish. lined and reed $1.50 for his labor.
As there was no o her way out of it,
She eash was paid Lad the laborer
went on his way, le'ling that be was
worthy of his hire. If you want to
1w Yor 1Rac t know what he has I rned about farm-
Ing, ask M. B. San dern for particoi.
Cheapest 8Store on Earth. lar.
On seeount of the annual mef-ing
The Greatest Values of the Southera Ed tiorsal Aassoci-
ation,The wrihtmst Vslue b sas .Naile, Tenn.,
of the Season . . November 2a.25., he Atlantic, coat
Can now be seen at the New York Line Railway has ranged to sell
Racket. The mammoth stoek our tiekets as one firet-. cls fare plus
buyer bought in the markets of there tweaty*.ive soenta for the r und trip.
East has arrived, and we have been Then tickets will be o sale Novemberr
taxed the limit in getting the 20ah and 21st; final I mit of same
same i shape for the past two will be November 80th. For ftii in.
weeks., but we are now ready for formation or sleeping eas reservati(or,
the rnjoh. Our store has been se Atlantie Coast Lilneag rnis or writ
crowded in the past because of the Frank C. Boylston, i)atri1 't Ptsengier
matchless values we have always Agent, Jacksonville, Florit !a
given our eutlomners. and we are .
prepared to even do better than in
the past on many items. Our lrees Health is absolutely msposi.bi.e if
(ioodb department bha a better so. constipation be preeast. taty srtou
leetion than ever teft,re and the oles of liver ad kide t'; cy emplas't
proes are the lowest hbari.proag from nfsrec 4ae t ctn*tiia.
tion. oeek a deplorable o- end.ton is
The 'Diaxi Girl" Shoe ua.osseary. There a ia r it
Herbit* will speedily remo ilyi mat-re
Is the B t .... . C. A. ULdeay.P. P .,, B ,,' F.
For the price that has ever twbi write, Feb. 12, iO: "'d Javiir .. .t
showal a the eity. Herbinle I lad it a fin. a**od e for
eoaaltipaoa." 6so a bo "'!d ty
Our Ctbhia Department w M jolna,.
for en od Boys. . See my samplee for ,e. '* a
le strielly up to-dat# and our eiaterieats; over 00 to .,it 'rt ,"
prioe aeM kwer thla yot `an t1d. Peee tr he eweest. sty1e s i. aie.t.
workammiaiip tOe beet o We aIL.". . o
BS tifl t Lim of Ladies' to arson rfe a a. oa -. 8,a
fasO J faraaered or eey1 -' d
S JWS .. Hare also ea aand a ees k R .
T kb htid hea st aiad luk pretty masie. Oan fuasek all laws R" :
and wear weU at low prieri. eClar pseese.' C F Dorensa, ..- H?'; r
& Ckaee's *oie st"e. dim I
FURNITURE... i '-
Jest received a b.g has of tddct
DPree.oee asd Hat Raos*. wbtI c Vk
will b sold at low pr "ie. Try a 'As a ee nita paPntite and e e =,:.
RAd r'es Cotee Frt MatUtro penr*r 'CamAertia a' 91miea 5-
the tdn Maures made-enad a LvweTableasi lmbe tso e a im-t t
B:9e Rebbee Ipearg aad we wsU re4qvild.aB49 e11 108 tI l. tb
garmatee a od aRba es rPM a.b ypo. t *esi V4ia a


PHIFER BROLSw,. StaAA1a
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PRK THEATER COMPANY. MRS. JOHN C. BALIS.
Present a od Play to An Apprecia- A Brief Tribute to a Devoted Wife
two Au a-Tonight's Bill. and Mother.
The Park 8tue. company lias proven A great lose has b a well balanced agg.egation of actor, the community in the death of Mrs.
and actreae sand itse appearance last Balie, whose funeral was held from
night in "The SlqaujrasIn" was its Holy Trinity Epic.,,pal Church yester-
keeping with its other rformaisei. I day morning at 1t:30 o'clock, and was
Stage Manager Campbell a se-ao-ed attended by a large gathering of friends
actor and his loug experts ce makes and neighbors, the floral tributes
it apparently easy for him to ring out from the church societies and friends
the stroanest effects in stage a ttiigs. being a beautiful testimonial of the
The electrical and seenic 0ffec add esteem in which she was held.
much to eachb prformane*, aDnd the Mrs.Nellie M. Balis waa born in Uti-
acting by each member of the com ny a., N. Y., and was in her 58th year at
ls very gratifying. The play went w ih the time of her death. She was mar.
much life and pleased the large aem ried December lst, 1869, to Mr. John C.
ence. Balls of Oriskany, N. Y., who survives
her with two daughters, Misses Flor-
enos and Grace. She was educated at
WllsarI's Female Seminary and there
veloped the talent which made
he one of the best known musicians
in t is section of the State during her
re nee iii G(ainesville of nearly
twent yearl.
I l a few days before Mr.. Bali@'
death ord was received of the death
of her rather in New York, but owing
to her e itireal condition she was not
informed of it, and di.d without know-
ing that e had gone before. The only
surviving memtwer of her immediate
family is a brother who lives tn St.

... Mrs. Balis will be greatly mirned by
a large cirol of friends to whom she
bas endeared herself by her kindly
sympathyan inrincibly cheerful di4-
position. Th twbereaved family has
Little Baby Dolly. the heartfelts, mpathy of the whole
_----- community.
This evening will be presented the -
high-class comedy-drama, "Human LABO ? TROUBLES.
Hearts." in which Little Haby D)llw


.Flor t,;,


THE


Continental Cafe.
(First corner South of P. 0.)
Famous ('emtlental Codar Key Oy.ter,
IDrip Cffee Wester. Meat
Servkie UexceIled
OPEN EARLY AID LAIE


Keep Your Head Clearo

And )our stomach free from thdtige
tion If you wouki be happy with your
family and your fel.ow-man.
The surest thing on earth to get a man',
tern out of %ha'ck' I heavy. mwy brei.:
which I1 caused h.' several rrasos: FlTnt. %r
material Way not be good second. the c-',.*
ing may be poor. The best flour In the %or'.
wIl make the beaviest bread If tlproper
mixed or cooked. WE L',SK THES lb >
FILOUR and our 'Iong suit" io kwuOl how "i
mix Mnd bake It. Our bread does not coat ar'
more lban home-made. aod In many leitati-
it In wo muetraore palatable.
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
Phele 164. L T. MehaAfr Prop.



GULF HAMMOCK HOTEL,
GULF HANIn (K, FLA.

Paradise for Hunting and Fishing

Thi% hotel I1 under new manaamenot arid
wili oienu(ctober Iht. i t. fro the wltajr. Be'."
ac4ommuiMiationa. ine huastla. IaeljMg 4Se!.
turkey and 'mall ame Exeeeult isf Ln
txats fur atoDomdmilathi of CUa. Golde%
for bunting asud d Ina trrUeL.
',r r.tek ands accommondatom aidre
MRS. LOLLA THOMAS. PtlOt .
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and Iron Fences.
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this lie. MaIl sad telerap"lh ui.er
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THE DAILY SURN: AINEBVILE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 2, 190
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WS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

iatten of General Interest Gatb-
ered by Our Reporters.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

What Has Happenedand What is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
80 That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Ladles' and gents' cravanettel at J.
Manlsse's.
Ladies' calling cards in latest styles
at Sun office.
W. W. Geiger of Micanopy was in
f(ainesville yesterday.


Broadcloth and Danish cloth In all
colors at J. Manasse's.
Mrs. B. R. Colson is enjoying a visit
from her mother of Hartow.


Experienced clerk wanted. Young
man preferred. Royal Cook.
New Pillabury flonr, made from best
s ring wheat. Saunders & Earle.
Kirschbanm suiilts and overcoats, the
correct garments, at J. Manasse's.
W. P. 'i'ompkis of Island Orove was
a caller at The Hun ( ffee yesterday.
Foiund-Pearl brooch, one pearl nut.
Call on 0. H. Boell, W. U Tel. office.
Jns. L Shaw, one of Alachoa's lead.
Ing farmers, was In the city yesterday.
If you want the best coffee, canned
goods and fresh groceries, call orn Ma.
eon Bros. *
Ladies' trimmed and street halt, fall
styles, and best for the money, at J.
Manasse'a.
W. W. Colson is in Alsohua to at-
tend the meeting of the Cotton Grow-
ers' A oelation.
Arch Hague, one of the leading olii-
aens of the Hague settlement, was In
the city yesterday.
Attorney W. E Baker and .Perry it.
Oolson returned yesterday from a boals
ness trip to Bronson.
Compositor Wanted--Good, steady
compieltor oan obtain a permanent
situation by applying at this office.
Nicely furnished room for rent. No
eooklng. Apply on premises, 808 E
Liberty street, or at this office. Vt
Terpentine leases for sale at this of-
ee, lO per dosen, $8 per hundred.
sh must accompany order. dawtt
E. Burts, oity. editor o,' The
Son. went to laoekdnvllio yetTday in
the interns oftthe Indostrial Edition.
For Bale-Two and one-half aore lot
In West Galntville, near the ITniver.
ilty grounds. Mrs. Kate S. Britt, Cen.
trial, Fla. 8t
Hallowe'en jokers who tork the gate
from In front of the Presbyterian
mane will oenfer a favor by return.
ing the same.
Absolute purity, great strmigth and
deliciooe natural flavor have made
Blue Ribbon lemon and vanilla esx
tracts famous.
The hunters were out In force yes.
lerday anid "'Ho White" was kept
pretty busy hiding from the dogs and
f'sltive Nimrods.
Janes RK Maerclhaest has geine to
Augusta. (a where he will take a
|pot-graduate etourse in btok-keepliti
at the busiantos college in that city.
The El Dorado, the popullar restat-
rant ait luinch eilouter.r has recently
furnished a very city iprirat parlor
for ladies and gentileniun who Iatrousset
that mtablilhmnenit
The meIntnters of J .1 F'iiley Chap-
ter, U. 1) will uteri at the rel-.
dene@e f IMrs Coletloth at 8
o'clock Ihis afternoon, anil a full at-
tendatane is desired


The members otf ('o'fta ILodge.
DJaugohtrs of ebekah. ar, planning
tor an enthusiastii meeting on Friday
tight. The lodge is matafesting a
lively Inter, *t in the work
When yOiu ant Ia lcianSt physie
try Chsmntwrlaiin' Stomach and Liver
Tablets. T try earr eay to take and
pritues no griping or r npleaantl ef.
feit. Sold by all d:uggistS
.. T liurtn, oine of the progreelve
1arIers of Archer aud an old friend of
Theb tn. was in the city yterday.
lits ays the fanini rs are reliving low
prewce lot their et lont,, whieh makes
businee a little dull in that wmttie
J)ol at premet
We are la ; sisloln to furnish lrl-
lama bta.e okhe and letuese happen.
also eabbege sad Ceaat pe e, e a
proaply as reasonaMt prmo. ail
Irmie. piemt ip"mea a all
*o.tuos Shl940e40mr A. L .'r
6. A. L. WUltesM Mamo
O a. i, 4mtWL


LeJlea'and gentlemen's sweaters at
J. Manasse's"
Judge Colman was in Alachua yese
terJa, on business.
Shloi for Indfre,. misses, men and
bo)s at J Mauasbe's,.
l.ndie' nn(l renti' underwear and
hosiery at J. blMatis.e'r.
Small white sweet potatoes only 35.
a b shel at Saunders & Earl-'s..
The latet styles in ladies' jackets,
both long and short, at J Manasse's.
Crisp cracknels, frgsh from the Na-
tional Biscuit Company, at Saunders
& Earle's.
Mo by Taylor has he' n seemed as a
member of the sorveying corps for the
Dutton Phosphate Company.
A large party of yoong people from
Waldo came over last evening to at.
tend the performance of the Park
Theater Company.
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for sale at this office, the form used in


Alachna county which saves money in
recording. $2 per hundred or 50o per
dozen by mail. Cas'h must accompany
order. dawtf
J 0 Byars, who represents the Bel.
knip Hardware Company of Louisville,
Ky., was in the city yesterday and said
he expected Mrs. Byars and son, Car.
tell, to arrive in the city about the
15th of the month to spend the winter.
There will be a regular business
meeting of Kirby Smith Chapter, U.
D. 0., at the home of Mrs L. J. Burk-
him at 4 o'clock this afternoon, at
which a full attendance is most earn.
estly desired. By order of the Preel-
dent.
L. L. Kill has gone to South Florida
to represent his Eastern and Western
houses during the orange and grape.
fruit season. He Is an experienced
handler of fruit and his knowledge of
the business makes him a valued man
In tbie fine.
The Hallowe'en party given by the
Epworth League at the home of Mayor
and Ms. W. R. Thomas Tuesday even-
ing was a very delightful occasion.
These social gatherings by the League
are becoming very popular and furnish
a pleasant evening to all who attend.
Roy Lancaster, representing the Na-
tional Benefit Insorance Company for
colored people, was in the city yester.
day. The home aolie of this company
is located in Jaoksonville, and about
four hundred members are enrolled
from this city. Wiek benefit, aa well
e death claims, are paid, the pre-
miams ranging from five cents to lifty
sents per week


The Beofeld-MeMillan Company is
the name of the new grocery, pro-
duce aid fish eoueern now doing
business at the old stand of ( W.
tonfleld, grocer. Mr. Sooleld, J. H.
MoMillan and J. J. Prevatt comprise
the new company, and they will handle
the same lines ae the coufleld grocery
and Frul & Produce CLmpany has in
the, put. so when you want fish ring up
'phore 210 instead of 188. The *ew
firn will let the people know through
the columns of The Sun when they
have bargains.
On account of the southern Confer.
enee on Immigration and Qoarantiue,
which meets at Chattanoola, Tenn..
November 9th and 10th, the Atlantei
Coast Line Railway has arranged to
sell ticket at one flrt-claus fare plus
twrnty-five e*nis for the round trip
These tickets will be on sale November
8th and th; final limit of same will be
November 16th. prior to m-doiplt of
which pasengern must ri ah original
starting point For full information
or sleeping ear reervations soe Atlan.
tie ('ta.st Line agents or write Frank
C. Boylaton, Daitrict Paesenger lgert.
Jacksoatille. Fla.


READ THIS.


P RK THEATER COMPANY.

Present a od Play to An Apprecia-
tive Aud a --Tonight's Bill.
The Park Stuockompany Ihas proven
a well balanced ag p\gatiin of actors
and actress and its appearance last
night in "The Shiu ratir was III
keeping witt its other er maornieriar .
Stage Manager Campbell a en*aied
actor and his !oug expcrlue mnakrt
it apparently easy for him to ring out
the strongest effects in stage ttiiing.
The electrical and seenic e ff e 9ndd
much to each performance, an the
acting by each member of the eo fly
is very gratifying. The play weo en
much life and pleased the large
ence.


.1
.4 tL*.Ya~I~Z hl


Little Baby Dolly.
This evening will be presented the
high-alas comerdy-drama, "Human
Hearts," in which Little Baby Dolly
will appear as littlee (racie," with
the full strength of the entire com-
pany in the cast.

.City Directory For Sale.
We have a number of copies of
Burts' Oiy Directory for sale at The
Sun offeie. It is a handy reference
book for business and professional
men, giving the names of residents,
with street and number. Price, $2.

At the pleasant home of Mr. and
Mrs. 8. J. Thomas, 711 East Main
street, N., a large and Jolly party of
young folks was entertained yesterday
afternoon, the noSaion being the 9th
birthday annivereary uf their son, Sam.:
sel J. Thomra Jr. ames and other
amusemease were had and the feast
spread fo) the young folks was also en.
joyed with a relish.




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Cheapest Store on Earth.


The Greatest Values
of the Season . .
Oan now be seen at the New York
Racket. The mammoth stock our
buyer bought in the markets of the
Eas has arrived, and we have been
taxed the limit in getting the
same i abape for the past two
week., but we are now ready for
the rush. Our store has been
crowded in the past because of the
matehiee value we have always
given our euttomers, and we are
prepared to even do better than in
the past on many items. Our tiree
tkodh department hab a better a-
leetion than ever bef<,re and the
prices are the lowest

The "Dixie Girl" Shoe
Is the B t.......
For tho price that has ever twon


show% Is the ecty.


Ci Ax4v1Itu e. TaKT .June 6, 1801
Dr E W. Hall St. Lose. Mo. Dear Our Clethii Depa
I loeor--l is with pleaure that I re- for Ia Boys
ommend your Texas Wonder for kid-
aey and bladder trouble., as my mwitfe le start up-t
and myself have both uetd is aid exa. prie ane klwer tO
perive ad wonderful relief from its
u6. CAN. W .Haaa. BetlfiM LiM Of L

A TEXAS WONDER. Cp m ikbt
SWlAd t ohea a
OIe mail botle of the Team WaO- and wea wMU as l
*r. Hall's OGrea Dt*overy. aur all
Msy a.d btaMdde I mle ew FURNITURE.
paval. r se4rbetm. sm-iaal *mF * b
man. wekmadl lame btas. Atme-ms Jues rveeled4 a b
iem ami ll tIeMgcuit of iM kid. Pre.n, 1ad Hal
yast ad k a4e*r ta bth ma id4 will bt *m iast i
wies-.reuse bladder UseUb la eK s ruI m
eIdsre. If ote anid b yt r drlaw t'h fisiet ltmarm
tU tibe se M mail ms mreeps f S. B:e Ratbbe a
Oem amaUl be is two Iam mae setrU IaraaiSe a Sm ai
O t Dr. am I. tW. a a -Hsu---- -
^ ,,,, w ek. .PHIFER I
\ gL *i- 'a :


MRS. JOHN C. BALIS.

A Brief Tribute to a Devoted Wife
and Mother.
A greit lose has been Pustained by
the community in the death of Mrs.
lBalis, whwoe funeral was held from
SHoly Trinity Episc~'al Church yester-
Sday morning at 10:30 o'clock, and was
attended by a large gathering of friends
and nwighbors, the floral tributes
from the church societies and friends
being a btwatiful testimonial of the
esteem in which she was held.
Mr. Nellie M. Balis was horn in Uti-
ca, N. Y., and was in her 58th year at
the time of her death. She was mar-
ried December lit, 1889, to Mr. John C.
Balis of Oriskany, N. Y., who survives
her with two daughters, Misses Flor-
ence and Grace. She was educated at
illard's Female Seminary and there
veloped the talent which, made
one of the pest known musicians
is psetion of the State during her
nee in (;ainesville of nearly
year.
a few days before Mrs. Balis'
ord was received of the death
rather iI New York, but owing
iticHal condition she was not
of it, and died without know-
Iht had gone before. The only
ember of her immediate
I brother who lives in St.


will be greatly missed by
of friends to whom she
herself by her kindly
invincibly cheerful die-
bereaved family has
nipathy of the whole


TROUBLES.

Dig Sweet Potatoes
is Section.
inPss Iimen made a con-
uanti:y of dveet pota-
of a debt, bit the po-
in the ground and he
re a man to dig them,
I pay.
of our distinguished
tizens to do the work,
e hnule to assist the
work, as he says, at
rning. lie labored
until 5 o'clock in
a he brought the
that had hired him,
I and little over a
t. He said he had
The business man
he potatoes in pay-
ork. which he de-
$1.50 for his labor.
ber way out of it,
and. the laborer
feeling that be was
If you want to
earned about farm-
ers for partiou-


Afr(
aud
ma
so'd
ver
the'j,'au
Owet
the

ha
he


Iare

of
sti
No
Linno
tiek
twe
TheeI

will h
forrma
*e At
Frank
AIB


annual nieeting
ueational Associ-
Nuahville, Tenn.
Atlantic Coast
arranged to sell
lass fare plus
the r,)und trip.
sule November
mit of same
For full in-
reservations
eats or write
t Passenger
a


He
cootli
caste

have I
tion
un
Horbi
C A.
write,


imposible if
Many serious
!y complaint
ed constipa-
eonditiou is
ure for it.
y matters.
son, Fla.,
avin ukied
edicn,- for
le. -old by


s fa1 and
ct from.
e latest.
Make uet.


Hri
Irtment wM

o-dat. and our siator
h m you 3 all s td. P ?6e
work
Winu' 11DO0
Have valee
IAd lok" PfttYi,41ie Q
lw pploe5. lar pwoo


eg itas of Odd The uace
Ra~s. *hsebe
,w press..Try a ae'ei
Fe's matsaeesI- ereler 01
m a ow -,. 0Liver Tabh
as aMW we willI req01uIdom
&*I"I too es obwg. 1I


BROL, I) so'J


p. Satis-
refunded.
of ,heet)
ad puip-
SHarper


or Con-

stomach
b andi
it thiag
the rcmos
i afte for
A trriblt


Woes II
.aUw-
Ufilmc


T, F. TllNAS



UND RTAIIHN (O


FULL LINE OF

NEW GO.i \

Agents tor...
Monuments, Tomb.l ie
and Iron Fences.
See Our Samples

Persesal attention to all nialli r ;
this line. Mall and telegraph n,,,er
promptly attended to.


Vil. r",


THE


Continental Cafe.
(First corner Sonth of P. (I ,
Famous Continental Cedar KeyiJ Otn
Drip Coffee Western Meal.
Service Unexcelled.
OPEN EARLY AiD 1\ I E



Keep Your Head Clear

And your stomach free from Tt,1l.' -
tlon you would be happy with \
family and your felow-maln.
The surest thing on earth to iet a ni., ..
ter "out of whack" is heavy, of \ '.o .,
which Is caused by several reasons: H'':: .
material may not be rood: second. tL, ,
In may be poor. The est flour In th t. :4
wUl make the heaviest bread If ini',r.i,I'r
mixed or cooked. WE UVsE 'THk i-l'
FLOUR and our "long suit" Is known. :- ':o
Smi ad baie It. Our bread does not 'o. ,
more than home-mde, aod in many in,-t'
It is so muc nore palatable.
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
PhaM 166. R. T. Mcthafer, P'rp.



GULF HAMMOCK HOTEL,
GULF HAMMOCK, FLA.

Paradise for Hunting and Fishing


This hotel is under new mnmaurnmern: .-1
will open Ooober lst. O19. for the winter Lit -
aooommodations. FIae heating. ncludirr de..,
turkey and small irame. RxoelUent tubhinr, it
boats for aaoommodatioa of grueasts ; c',
for bultin and flatinr prtles
For rates ad aooommodattlo address
MRS. LOtULA THOMAS. Propretre-.
GUI.W Ha ocK. LTvy Co.. fL.




SMiss Tebeau s

Boarding and

Day School
No. 300 West Main St.. S..
GAINEVLL.L - FLOlIA'

$Ist Sesierl Qeaed
September Ihb, 1905>





Miss lorton.

Gainesville Circulating
...Library...

Omly the Latet Peemiar Flrtliel

SPrtIAL. SUMXL' T.RMS.
per week. allowI tLar ebaarot'
lai the week. Book* u*a si be *'
out over og w eea rwtHO rent' e


DON'T

Pacr pos, lord swr poR~
t a factry, by f V eke) 5I
0 % sumt =@ o rawkeons
ST. Wbm ye wast a 5t a l~ "
T3Arf. IT*&We W e I- that
b &Aum96MGIy0. peeFe La "
& asm a boaft s W o o t Ito
ow wo~w a
JAMES F. sOM.,
Me U VEU &ILA1S'
L e 0 -M. W -.:!
rS-


IGainesville.


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VOL. XXV. NO. 28,


FREEDOM MANIFESTO


ISSUED BY NICHOLAS


ilAia's Emperor Grants Many

: forms to His People,

WITTE GIVEN THE PRAISE

Empire Is Rejoicing-The Czar
ranted a Constitution and Rua
No Longer an Absolute Mon.
trike Wll Be Called Off.

eterburg. Ocl. ;i.--l.:.u p.m.
Rusiinu capital bloo.jined out
sag and bunting today. All it'
were withdrawn from tht
Sand the iL City prebtULed ai1iut1
al appearance.
e nervouants'. of the people ha-
onlby diIsappeared. \'orkmn'u ti
thousand r flocked back t(o il
and factories without await .i~
pernilsion of the strike ooullit
Tbe authorities .lid all In thiiel
er to encourage the bplrit of re
ng over the newly granted libel
It was by order of Gtneral T're-
that the regulation decorationi-
were hung out. the trulops ere in.
etructed to pItrmit ihetu t vint thi ir
teellngs.
Lsti night'3 dmnionstiationl contain
ted almost until morning.
A procession of ;,Oi) persons with
red flags paraded the NevSky prospect
Until 4 o'clock singing the Ma.reilllail
and they then toved down IJtanlit
street to the Russil Bastle at the cor
nor of Shpalneria stret, where, for al
hour they made the welkln ring wit.
revolutionary songs.
Immediately opposite stood the well.
killed Cossack barracks and the crowd
took particular delight II bowlltg ma-
*edotions in that direction. The So-
.etallst Democrats. nosever, are urging
their followers not to be tracked by
the government. but keep up the light.
They organlzel a demonsio ratilo of the
protellrlat in the Vasill Ostrov district
this morning in favor of the organza
tlon of a natural millia and geueral
amnesty.
The imperial manlfet!o has produced
a wonderfully fine Inpression. and If
.executed in a frank anl! honest spirit.
must allay much of the prevailing dli
*ootent. The distrust of the govern
Ient Is so deep heated. however, that
the Liberals say that not until words
are translated Into acts and the people
actually enjoy their liberties will con
Sdeace in the government be retortrel
S4Count Witle has been showered w! l
ratalations upoo his personal tri
o but to all felicitatkins. he said
alt! R' e'rve your congratula
ail I j ave succee er selcir i s An oclated Pree"
pondina .t n.ght iM. Witte
until 2 o'clock In the morning
as up again at 7 At night be
a srlesof of onlgratullatlo wl'i
dl Such news as comes frnin
tlrior today Ii distlnrtln) btt r.
provinclal authorities through
ry whica in that respect Is peri
the news of the grant of
tiitution from bouse to hLousb
saorat g the strike app'-ar"
Sto be going to ~pi*l-.'s
lesed by Nilcheles.
tliowlur Is the teat of the li
tfheto
teolaa the e*ord by tb.
Qod. e3pte'r and autoU rat ol
IkM Ri liread [itke of VRa
ie. deIlare to all our faithfa
that i troubii* aidl agitatioe
ptaLi usad la naimerie otbhe
ll oar Lben with 'a1c sile

aPeptre: of the ROse as sno
LaduI ol. bly bei aIp tl b
ai' o4 w: ari siad the
tf tw t tpill ias L ISfl f 4

t .e p 1 it .aiders ia

L e Ia'. ag". a ,l asrt of "u


maprew 41* dY 1mp'0 a"!

uet.sl a~rd a ass a7 UIb
Isomer at out y a4 I



or PON" t-oan
i) ~ o I- -r~ri Cu


Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday



GAINESVILLE, FLORIIA, THURSDAY; NOVEMIEIt 2. 10i.


ci's of p1ubllc iif'. which aUrt, o .- ntlal
to t h we'l ileing o o ur l'i~"i,
"\\'' therefore, direct tr gtovIrn
nt'll to c;r- l t o01 11ur iil!exit,: l'v 'l In
tbe' f'olom Ilr nlallner:
"First- -To extien to th it.1ipiulation
tiC iiniiiutAi le fondatlonj s of ilA .r!'
based oni the real InIlalialillty of IwHI
son. irre'doli of on-cilene, s p-reci
union and association.
"*S -ondl \ lth(out suspendle;i; the a,'
,nrld) onJrdred eletclons to i!the tat(
Jou!iln. to Invite to parlicipat on n the
dloutiima. o far as tile limitedil tiiie be
fore thet ( covocatilon of thi dotni lllt| I
Ip rmit. thws classes of the population
o'Aw completely deprived of electoral
rights,. Having the u!'linate develop
m int of ihe I)t'ol'ie of the electoral
right in gernral to the newly establish
e(l !eCisnative order of things.
"Thlir,--To establlan as an unchanged
abl! rule that no law shall be* enforce
abil, without the approval of the state,
douniIt and that It shall be possible for
the elected of the people to exerclae
real participation in the suiprvlsion of
thlI legality of the acts of the author
ti"s appointed by us.
"\e appeal to all fatiiful sons of
Russia to remember their duty towards
the fatherland, to aid la terlilatilliu
theipe unprecedented tnroublel and ti
appir their force in cooperation wl.tl
ub, to tire restoration of camti alnd peace
upon our natal soil
"Glv'n at Pettr ioff Oc(tolerti oi) lu
the tele entLh ) ear iot our Irepn
NIt' H .II .\."

Rejoicing at Warsaw
'Via.raw. Ritwfaii oal anii. N'i\ 1.-
The Iimperial manifesto (igran t:iig ai o
StItlition to Ruttlua nll u e aI deep inlpret'
sion on the people here. The, **ni
braced In the restaurants and there
%as universal rejoicing In which lte
army olicers Joilned. The military)
patrol5 have been withdrawn.


Excitement at Odes-a.
Odesaa, Nov. 1.-The promiulgtilon
'ere of the ,mpwror' BianlIfeto waw
foltewed by the wildest ticltenmcnt,
vast crowdi exultantly parading thi
street,. a notable ft-attie hbing there iiui
bers of troops marching and chlietrilnl
with the l lpile. Th'e church belils art
ringing thankegi;ilg r ICltc are lie
inll h"hi niid a pa I it h) i I liMi hi .is Ift 'i
proclainflct
.- --- -
SURGEON PARALYZED AT WORK.

While Performing a Serious Operation
He Is Stricken Down.
('ihcago. No\ 1. W-\'htil he i
ptrfolrmt ib a wci'lo;rts oipeli.:at, on ),Cr
td ) in ltth Mlchael Il*' it li h pi; al. Ilr
J \' OsW a!l one' (f III e l1 'adi&dlK l it
out of iIv Ieull;ei.tl ltir e.ans ton the
tnc;th el.-, a tu *'i licken tN icaral)i .t
The op. rneln kri lf' i lreopil-'*l *t ll, n;)
frIni hil hanld. a Jl pl< kid up b) an
Interne and g;Le'n bark to him It drop
pe.I agIIL from Ih s arer.:ea flnt, 'i.
and then t'he af:rendaiits iii!. ra.i. t
They ca)rrid him from 'hTe r-ii,. an.t
anothlhr llurelt fln culliiieteil tIe op, -rs
'htii whilh i ua I'ie*C f l .f II I t rl,
S IxpC'led 'tha' he' will r.-cei\,cr ir st
lempltorAi ) :;Itgl n tc It was alid i;t nig(t UMt Utie aroike
Vwas bra, ,' inli o I. by .i*' i'*
anil ;ba tl' r0,lnc-w of rt-,,c Ay '*:
S13gn1
Dl (,..r',t nev'r h e suffer- Fierl:sl si b'efolre ur soil li ) rtni
t!un. o>f e! d.**i )i I 14- ) ari
of aW

Indial i See Untled Slatt
'li ii' e C o. .c I in t"h* e

lele 'tl, c**Brt li- .r,'.. i ",,* ,,
to ai4sar* the L. .ri:tnr 'L ra ,
Tol' ':* E Lr-t-Llt fmxr-lnor Io.
e,* o *r. I ' 4*!t and r!i 1t 'r
Oies te;l..:' r a to IR'- *I:I .'
|eC|4<*Ct .,. ,*" t n l o', 5 i, )' n- l *..
(Ttch*, ' 'la b I a 7T* T ''* T *'
)e fL e .' . a . : te, ,. air
JM^H '.8' IB ", ; hJ 'n" 'if,
O f e Ie art:.,' 't' !'ri *; ** *'

't.. r-as*


Aom' treeY -m ors From



wait eua-' -Ij % )"ef


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%&,I: -Ma 'o 'I tt) b' s
ghSwt.ast '.&3 got.0 CAW. w
a.W l.zs asom


CHIEF EXECUTIVE


ARRiVES AT HOME


President Reaches Wa-hingtoni

in Excellent Sp.iits.


LARGE CROWD WELCOMED HIh,

As He Came Ashore the President a
Salute of 21 Guns Was Fre,!--Mrs
Roosevelt Was at Na'. Yard to
Greet Her Husband.

\\aNIilgou, Nov. 1 i 're: leu i
l{it o.itr l i: t u. : i ui hore It." n Lh, ito
l.hU LL .itli. \\H II;to nU ;, ) ). Mi d ) LIt
11. 0 w no %,i" Lui turen. n mid a ll ,
Ilnllit' bs lati hli h ad l lt ,:* Xiti lil
iilt \%ulltt l iuilbt1 u In a i i .. ll
Ml>. htot eljlit aIJd the I ,t a-A .'Lt aIL
t'lld, hfil'h rouudtLd OUt iL .- t lil l it til.
vt, lllr (tlliin ) i t d rinllg hbl i liillit lit)
-i prielhid nt. Tbh prl't ,ie iitl, a,
tu li,4W c <- 'l'T u iiouri- before the 10 iilu i0t i .
cd hivr ilit iini pt e ple I .i> lt Ai t
or it the uiiv) yaril whi,. I"lur nii
iinill a iticourtl ul iar int,-. litleaded bI
tilt' Malilic Lu ditl, w ere ;ii i ili (it, liis
tie' w tlil. M rs. ra lo.i t i iti \
Il h1er :Hiau lu at 11:3j U 14l i.al1 Ili.tl
li 1 ii di Li lt aro untl d lI > At I ilt' hl l>';i.1-
of illtiI'ltt of w! HiCh Wi, ire KlUtvId UU.
b) a naval off'cer.
W\Vheu tnLe Lkoiphlu sht(.d atii .l
Arsenal llo;nt and lift tih I',ioiu c f',,
Lth' eastern branch, the iiltiK eiquad
Ulinningl the salutill bat: i> o ii. ld)
tor action. Ten minut-i, btflurr, i,
lauding wai miadi a sahi o of I gutnis
was fired from the yard bt'lir) and imr
uiedlately unwAerlng by t, Iilplhlu.
It took but ten nilnuer to miitae fav:
under the orders of Cptanl (llilbons.
DUring thli tliue tbhe l ul lleut, s el t
retalr) Leb ad Burgil generall tH
ey, stool0'On the uppet deck at th-
atymi. Tbh presldctl was much later
mltd in the morulni papers,, M,,
had just t*en put aboard firm the p4,
lice boat V1iglant, Lcithh cietil as c
court to Ihe L')lphin on iei atas t4 ihl.
wlih rf 'i W h n ie It k li .i p1 IL- <' caul .'
llght of Mi l { saluirts.
Til' crowd tli,.k iI; Ie 1 ie .iL Ia 1
the pre;t' ihl. iti l. w liliKi t at.ili \, i
UBan) siglnasi of t, *clni .
As seIil aN ti' K L i pluAI:rt *;L Il
placlre '.iptl.n 1: i ( ln'/ i "n) ,
Ilmiltlanl or the rlar. ent t u> >i.>' .I l.
plIll hist offcl ial c i'i eill the 1pr' lIlt'l
'lt 4, let'r Ithe Ja ri l thle eullt litil li of l the lip oi
Iit t r.oatr' lde., ai.I thri pr sild, :.l iit.an-e
maitrer lit 'li,. ltlattmalun Al ili
i Iani '*.'d I)tIIK I t:. lark of ).,noti
h.i fIhN aI i4t .Lit i.1. fr li the ( 11 (i .**. l
AP bh It pig i ,I ,it. ,ii *'ho ., e. It *
,ie tid 'ld the ( inrIn lir,,rl i.i*, '
l.< '" tar **I .Iatg. I i..nte ei
Th tit< I at [ ti tile ,fftt 'rl MlI ii. r t.## % '1,, 1 ,A'


t t. on.'


IL %SO tIn!'I1e1u1I I tcef lNiO At'-
f tie ll e u' 6! !, il .1 11" 1 -e t i' ef 1 t1 ,

teile to tIia ,- i1 H`'ic it a lP '
up fmrm bf"iair. Ihe g'AIIti tbc h"'w
dent e 'I020r 1I 'Ia eSrrtta *I :?nc;l
grserve4 the bead of hi sWife. Awl h1.
crrwage jaer1I~sJe liii of lb. ca
The vcrod utoW4 4 A tie l 't
wo:r~olAGA S as0 5 m Irm b beimp Shop
Were i asa thoe SOcamaf t ril ',m
and cheered
-'(4ad to o" 5t'tc' the b.p'
I?-ent a. ite.h i "bam t



c ee~ee Afre? Aam f"is- Slapp" m

on% 'iti. uhi. 'IO b fs y ft
a:. Coat 1 4 &1 fu Vraasm st4
cia~waS A~c'v 48.8r~d~ i"''Sd1 5.5:.


Api a '. gft p3 a peai wll.
640 vgl eto aia 5 teWI is V a

Las thee u 5a.,. a
if" 1'*4 1 ttwi~t

am: lot*& .3 A~ :eC
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,Vwtlhb LI p'et i *. 'F 4 .

mri~em~m rdLI .i'(' d?
sas oac ha.r -f ."'1 4m -- (
4)e~.t. A5. e -rc.


I
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WANT STATES TO REDEEM BONCS1

Movement on Foot to Ferce P.i~iynent
ani Repudiated P.ope
Nvw I(.Ih .\it 1. 1:i, ,,

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tOtTAL K T SUICID

POSTAL CLERK COMMITS SUICIDE,


When Called Upon to Check Over Hi,
Accounts He Killed H.mself.
.\iiiilaetl. tio., N il\ I awiird i .
Il(laiJe li, tiitrnl ) io tler i l'erk In Ili, yp-it
offli' i Ir. eV, lllnillllll d 1111 .'11ie Al I
L,'ling aik'rd b I i l' Iln pc'('lrtl Ii tlul
ovCei ii ta-.1li diiiw ci *inl litkeske fur ex
atninatio 'lTeu ninultes twl fpi taliiil
Ilag hiln atilf tiearil .u a lii ,ei ,'il't it
spirit la'ixilig anii jokintl \\ hie'n

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CONFIDENT


While Cotton Crop is Reported Short
Throughout Entire Belt. He Has
Turned Out This season as Many
Bales as Last During Same Period.
While the cotton output of the gin-
nery of H. F. Dutton & Co of this city
has not been as good as was supposed
early in the year, Mmnager Robinson of
that department is confident that
everything will turn out well at the
end, and feels no hesitancy in stating
that, before the end of the season, the
erop will come up full with last sea-
son.
The Dutton ginnery, which is really
one of the largest and most extensive
plants of the kind in the *' ea Island
belt, has not worked a full force for
the past two or three years, the condi-
tion cthe crop not warranting the
same. The plant has ginned so far
this season about 00 bales, which is al-
most equal to that of the same period
last year, and Manager Robinson he-
lleves that before the sesnn is over
there will have been turned out 760
bale, which will be as many as ginned
last year.
The cotton nsaeon for the past two
or three years has been earlier than
for the preceding periods This is
doe largely to a suggestion from Man.
ager Robinson, who has studied the
situation carefully, and who is one of
the best judges on cotton, its cultiva.
tlon and its marketing, in the Sea
Island district. The farmers were for!
many years confronted by advnrsities
and conditions resulting from a late
crop. Mr. IRobinson suggested through i
The Bun an earlier planting, which
was generally followed by the planters.
His suggestion ham proved norre t iinso-
far as the health and mnaturity of the
plant was concerned. blut the early
weather conditions have been bad, and
the plant has not ihrnee as proliflely as I
was antioipatrd under the new rul, of
lntinltln Hweverr theru has vet


EI-IP OUTLOOK

IN GAINESVILLE

About 500 Bales inned So Far
the Present Bmon. I


4fyw. B efp^laAney
To be each a scooeeful wife, to re-
tain the love and admiration of her
husband. to uuspire him to make the
most of himself, should be a woman's
constant study.
If a woman finds that her energies
are fagging, that she gets easily tired,
dark shadows appear under her eyes,
she has backache, headaches, bearng-
down pains, nervousneM, whites, irreg.
ularities or the blues, ahe should start
at once to build up her system by a
tonic with specific powers, such as
Lydia E. Pinkhan's Vegetable Com-
pound.
Following we publish by request a
letter from a young wife:
Dear Mrs.n Pnkhain:
Ever sine my child was born I ave maf.
ftrd, as I hope few womenever ave, with in-
flammaton, female weknes, bearln-down
palm, backache and wretohed hMedace. It
affItM my rtn h 4o I could not enjoy my
mwak, and half my time was pmt in bed.
Lydia Pnkhanr Vgetable Compound
made m a, well wouan, and I feel o grateful
that I amglad to write and tell you of my
marnveou rover. It brought me health,
new life am4 vitallty."-M-nm. ie Alnuley.
11 HMouth foth street, Twoma, Wash.
What Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Ainaley It will
do for every sick and ailing woman.
If you have symnptomn you don't un-
derstand write to Mrs. PInkham, at
Lynn, MRus. Ilcr advice is free and
always helpfuL

MELROSE MATTERS.
Street and Sidewalk Improvements.


rievioluj. 41V" 1 41 95 r
been no tst of planting at an early Business and Personal Notes.
period, the conditions bting poor It Melron.-, O(t 8).-The streets of
will yet be proven, as by Mr. Robin- Melroser are' ieing put in Hie shape;
on's suggestions, that early planting the street committee, who are working
will not only mean an earlier market, hard and faithful, a'e: 0. 0. |Husband,
bylI more prolific yield, and positive. on streets; I,. M. Baldwin, on side.
ly a better grade, walis; V II. .Lee,, on bridges.
Albert G(oodon has accepted a pool
Man's Unreasonableness tion with A. A. MoRse.
Is often as great as woman's. lit Mrs. H. Huttton gave a quilting party
Those. 8, Austin, manager of The Re. on O-tober 26th, which was largely at-
publican of LIavenswortl.. Ind was tended and much enjoyed by all pres-
mot unreasonable, when he refused to ent.
allow the d(wtors to operate on his WV Riles and wife have returned
wife for female trouble. "lIntead." he to 'alatka, after a pleasaut visit to
saya, "we concluded to try Electric relatives here.
Bittern. My wife was then so sick she The mayor's o'(urt was in session on
oould hardly leave her bed, and five (t) Friday, and th. town is $2 better off
physilans had failed to relieve her. iun conseluenne.
Aftlr taking Electrica hitters she was I' M. Yearw'od and W. 8. Year.
perfectly cured, and can now perform wood of the Melrcee Manufacturing
ll hebr household duties (uaran- company have rertrued fronl a buo-.
teed by all druggists. Price 6 o. onss trip down Mouth.
.. . Mrs J M iennett and Miss May
Old Residents Go Wrong. It-nnett have returned from a several
Mr. and Mr. E. W Millioan of months' visit to relatives in South
Waldo drove to this eity yesterday. Caroling"
and although Mr Millioan has made Miise ;ith itwater of Waldo is the
the trip many times no the last 10 gestl ou M\lr t 'trim"es
years, a cireuuitanoe happened to title 'he Alert had to make two special
happy couple that was decidedly hbo. triple on Friday. taking fifty barrels of
amorous lie was coming to the city spirits for shiipmnent Nurth from the
oo busiuese, and Mrs. Millican eae to Mealroe Man.tf.aotrinig tomnpany A
see lhe dresn.aker. Evidently the lar6 oonsegnment of c',tt.in went ont
conversation intust have been in regard on her.yestertsy


to the new dress, as they have been
married upwards of 16 years how.
ever, it was *o absorbing that when
they appeared with their horse and
buggy in the mndst of a negro oettll.
meant with new serrnce to them both,
they realized that they had taken the
wrong road
tOn inquiry it was leariod that they
were loot itn the woods, *and going in an
opioe ie direction to ;iainevrllle and
they did not reals "where itI were
at" until they struck the rocNk roae
just east of the city Mr Mtlhelan
will blaes the trees on his next triple
Plrating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley A Vo 'haiogo*. originated
Hlowey ad Ttr as a that and luag
Slredy, ad on aecaunt of the great
mrtl sad popularity of Foley's Homney
Sad Tar laly Initatllos are offered
ti wbe ge osul. Thee worthiees imil
StUeen have similar souadial name
u oeet of them The geai*ae Fo
le 'e Hoy7 and Tar u ma a yellow
peakae. Ask ter as and,-'mets aay
mite It i the bed remedy for
:w s a"d solds. J. W. Meollem
A&OL


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A TRULY IDEAL WIFE

HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER
Vlorous Health Is the Great Somre of
the Power to Inpgtre and o acourag
-AU Women 8bould Bak Is.
One of the most noted, successful and
richest men of this century, in a recent
article, has said. Whatever I am aad
whatever tsccess I have attained in
this world I owe all to my wife. From
the day I first knew her she has been
an inspiration, and the greatest help-
mate of my life."


0. B. Burhars of Carlisle Center, N.
Y., writes: "About four years ago I
wrote you stating that I had. bee en-
tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
by taking less than two bottles of Fo-
ley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped
the brick dust sediment, and pain and
symptoms of kidney disease disap-
peared. 'I am glad to say that I have
never had a return of any of those
symptoms during the four years that
have elapsed and I am evidently cured
to sty cured, and heartily recommend
Foley's Kidney Cure to anyone suffer-
ing from kidney or bladder trouble."
J. W. MeColltnm & Co.
Meeting of Bond Trustees.
A meeting of the bond trustees on
the educational issue of $60,000,
through whom the educational bonds
were floated a few days ago, as an-
noutnced in The Sun. held a meeting
Tuesday for the purpose pf ratifying
the purchase and delivering the bonds
to the First National fank and the
banking house of H. F. Iutton & Co.,
the purchasers.
As has already bern stated, the re-
spective firms purchased $25,000 each,
for which they paid 101 ', payable in
ten, twenty and thirty years, bearing
Interest at 6 per cent
The board of trustees is composed of
E Baird, J 8. B (diford and C. Mathe-
son.
Son Lost Mother.
"C'onsumption runs in our family
aid through it I lost my mother,"
writes E. B. Reid of Harmony, Me.
"For the put five years, however, on
the slightest sign of a cough or cold, I
have taken Dr. King's New Di*covery
for Consumption, which has saved me
from serious lung trouble His moth-
er's death was a sad loss for Mr. Reid.
but he learned that lung trouble must
not be neglected, and how to cure it.
Quickest relief and cure for coughs
and colds. Prie. 60o and $1 00; guar-
antsed at all drug stores. Trial bot-
tles free,
Will Build New House.


In order to keep apace with the rap-
idly growing conditions and the ener.
getie entlment of the city. Dr. J H.
Alderman will begin within the next
few days, as soon as the material can
be delivered naon the ground, the
errelion of a handsome six-room cot-
tage on the lot rmeently purchased.
immediately eas of the home now oc-
copied by himself and family.
Dr. Alderman ha a great deal of
eonfidene in the future of Ualoneevle.
a* has been demonnstrated is a number


A Disastrous Calamity. of purchase of real estate hebaa made
recently.
it is a disastrous calamity when you ---
low I yoir health, tweuse indigletion Constipation.
and constipation have asppel it away Health tI abeoletely impossible if
Prompt relief oan be had Iar Ir King's eonstpation bet pre at. Many sertoos
New Life Pills They build af your cssee of liver and kidney eomplaien
digestive eorgns and cure headache haw- sprung from aglieted eoirrlps-
dissaeare, co e, otistpativi ert. .n dti h a deplorable eoeditios is
Ilaiaratlterd at all drug stlrrs, .-' i lnnineeary There ii a eure for it
lhrbine will speedily remedy matstr
Was Adjudged Insane. V L.n.say. 1' . Breasoa. Fa ,
I.e Young is the name of an unfor- write. rFb 12. 180: "'Hviag ueed
tuuate young negro) tan who was Herbtne. I land it a ue mediele for
brought to this eity ron Wede Tues. eO4 tpIat ." to a bottle boM by
day. ad later is the day was adjudged _W,%.M Jonese.
insane DIr.- -- and ----
and W 0. Richardseo served as the
ramlnitng oalmitl4. The unfor. l nI I H
ltuate imna will be taken to the MStatl
hospital for the ikeanN' MAW A.e.
Io t* Baby s 0*wttU TSet | Paradi tr humutg msd Ftcilag
Be su re ad s that oM sad wwll- -
trced remedy. Mrs. Wialow*'s oolth r- w e ur ue *. awlnnm aw
ilg lruap. for iehidrea eLwbia. It '-e "fets1 t & t*uh o **"
soothes the hiln. **imt Met, gn e m gu. Y'*
alry all pas. eur*m wiad ite sad ise; Ire? mm
the beet remedy fto 4ra Mse. 1 TL. Trw r SMes sn
tMsa. 6aa-o STe Oa.r
17ty-." ce1a a bes. UkraKA =n., tev of. ta.


I


.UDt N JOtTI.OMl
Cotton Growers Grumbflng-People
Coming and Going.
Judson, Oct. 80.-The cotton crop is
aboot all gathered and most of it has
been sold for 4) to 5 cent per pound.
The prices are so unrsatisaetory that a
great many growe-rs will try some-
thing else.
We have no cottonn gins running
here this year, and that makes it a lit-
tie more quiet, and the railroad miss-
ingt u Isa hard blow.
There 'has been some real estate
changing hands of late. W. B. DLke
and R. 8. Ticker have sold their
estates, and the latter contemplates
going to Trenton, where he has bought
lots, which he will improve as soon as
he can get material.
W. B. Doke says he is roing to Plant
City and try vegetable growing, in-
stead of growing Sea Island oott n.
J. M. Brown and family are moving
away to Bliehton to reside.
There are a number of people com-
ing her to locate.
G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four
Years.


Bears the


In


Apesfecl Remedy orConstipv-
lion, Sour Stomach. Diarrhea
Worms.Convulsiows, Fove -I t, h
ness aM Loss OF St;.l -?
YacSineie Signnturv cr

NEW YORK.


EXACT COPY or WRAPPER
.


Use


For Over


Thirty Years


SCASTORIA
vie eammemr esmess. meW yea .


W. M. JOENBONT, G aieerv-i22e.


ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
(I oor'port em I
E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
Atbtraes of Title sad fll o11 smatlno furnished pun lad g e 1 i
sonty. Our manaarr has lived in thi soenats lrty en ad
sto oroaaebly eoaevernt with L t4 lU.

E. E. XVOTIME
FIRE., AOCIDKNT, BUROLART AID SIDEMITY INSUIRAJIO p I. .
eemtil a bomberr of prouiBt Amer ea iad rmriek euiwtme
iRAL KSTATp %ND CITY LOAOII
CG*A=06"wi e H > 0ox'r1A


THE ALACHIA COiUT ABSTRACT CO., u1.
rI'r TAu .sHt Iw It


The qoeestoe
of Title the
Ins o -esd-
s %. oa for
mthe lv r.


Readen r reable erve.~n of every nrt alone the lime of
land Titles :a the State of Kortda. paeruleally
tlackha county

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Promoes DieTion.Cerfu- i
mpafaMRest.Contains nelilher
j'h~.MorpQioe nor ilinral.
70I NARCOTIC.


MR. ROBINSON


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For Infants and Chldrse


The Kind You Have

Always Bought


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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: NOVEMBER 2, 1905
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NAVAL STORES

DEAL IN WEST END

F. McArthur and Others Pur-
chase IEtensive Plant.


NY THOUSAND


ACRES


Fine Round Timber and Thirty Crops,
or 300,000 Boxes, included in the
Deal-Firm Will in Future be Known
as D. W. McArthur & Co.
Another extensive naval stores deal
has been made in this county, I). W.
MeArthur of the Florida Land Com-
pany, Montbrook, and other, having
purchased the immense naval stores
interests of D. McKinnon A Co., near
Newberry.
The tract comprises 10,000 acres of
rouod timber, and in addition to this
the plant is working thirty crops, or
800 000 boxes, which are yielding hand-
somely.
With the present price of turpentine
and resin, and the output, %his farm
is bound to prove a most prosperous
financial venture.
JUSTICE COLMAN'S CO'JRT.

Richard Robinson Was Fined Upon
Charge of Fighting John McCray.
John McCray, a hackman, who
was fined in the mayor's court Satur-
day morning upon a charge of fighting
Richard Robinson, who had been ar-
rested upon the same charge, and dis-
charged, was nol#atisfled with the re-
sult, and,apon a warrantt caused to be
isued by him, Robinson was "hauled
op" before Justice Colman on Mon-
day. In the opinion of Justice Col-
man, after the case had been stated to
him, Robinson was adjudged guilty,
and wa assessed a fine of $1 and costs,
which was promptly paid.
No Case of Pneumonia on Record.
We do not know of a single instance
where a cough or cold resulted in
pneumonia or consumption when Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar had been taken.
Itoores coughs and cold.s p.rffctly,
so do not take chances with some on-
known preparation which may contain
opiates, which eause constipation, a
condition that retards recovery from
a oold. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar and refuse any substitute offered.
J. W. MeOollum & Co.


An Approaching Marriage.
The principal society feature of Ev-
inston for the next few days will be
the marriage of James Walter Means
to Miss Sarah Augusta Evine, daughter
of Mrs. Mary EvinS, which will occur
ue. Wednesday, November S.
The contracting parties have many
friends not only in the Evinmton see.
tion, but throughout the entire county,
who will extend congratulatiioLm iI ad-
vance.
Slugglish Liver a Foe to Ambition.
You cannot acanmplish very much
if your liver is inactive. as you feel
duil, your eyes are heavy and slight
-exertion exhausts you Orino Laza-
tive Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver
aod bowels and makes ycu feel bright
aod active. Orinu Laxative Fruit
Syrup 4 e not naieate or gripe and
ey pleasant to take. Orino Ie more
*Eective than pills or ordinary eaihar-
is. Refoee subtitutes. J. W. Mc-
OdUma A Co.



DON'T
aI ro r lored omes pomrrau *male
evta alow by a La TO booutoo
sr. Wbklra wir s ata LAIkJ I'u-
TArr tr ams a re or e s. eiat w
be aWlUU7 IailYMi. eerfto Uka*
yeor orer o
JAMES F. SMITH.
S oefr n r rADCuA ru nr
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ORINO

aliveFruit Sn
IPtee It to abke
TMloew lazative. D-
a ripe or nauseate.
Cwi eomach and nrmW
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fSUSiv~S^


UOZLEY'S


LEMON ELIXIR


ILEIrLATES TlTH:
LIVE&
.%VAACH,
BOWE1t,1


The inventor of the famous ER.
RELL SCRAPE," a man knuwn whet.
ever plows are sold and used. says:

"I have aed MOZI.EY'S LKMON
ELIXIR for 10 or tl years in rmy
famUi for the stomobh, liver and kid-
neys. and And It la the beat medicine I
have ever used It is alo a sure t,'e-
eetll for pat in the back or under the
shoulders. I have recommended it in
numerous cases to my workmen. when
sick and unable to work. aed It hai It
ways given perrfetl ssaUllfation. tl I
TERRELL, Preildent Atlanta l'iw
Co.. Atlanta."

IOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR.

AN IMPORTANT DEAL.

Eighty-One-Acre Tract Near Univer-
sity Grounds Purchased.
Another important land deal has
been madein this city, which shows
that real estate is .till lively. The
deal comprises eighty.one acres of
land on West Liberty street, opposite
the new University grounds, known as
the Ellis property. It is, owing to the
location of the Univertity grounds,
among the most valuable in the city
The purchasers of thi* tract are J.
J. Haymans, E. W. Millican and 1.
H. Baker, and it is understood that
the price paid was a good one.
The purchasers propose to divide the
property into building lots,. nd will
plaoe the pame on the market at the
proper time. They will each, tow-
ever,erect a nice residence on the
new possession, and in consequence
of the lose proximity to the new I'ni.
versity no better homes can be fmundd
in Gainesville.

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
Contain Mercury,
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mueous surfaces. Such ar-
tioles should never be oed except on
preeriptions from reputable physle.
iama, as the damage they will do Is ten
fold to the goodyou ean possibly de-
rive from them. Hall's Gatarrh Oure.
manufactured by F. J. Cheney &Co..
Toledo, (). contains no mercury, and
is taken internally, eating directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure be sure you get the genuine. It
is taken internally and made In Tole.
do. Ohio. by F. J. Cheney A Co. Tes-
timonials free.
sold by druiIc.ts. I'rice 76e per bot-
tie.
Take Hall's Family Pills for eonett.
parion.
Park's Georgia Success.


The sueces of the Park Htock Corn.
pary. which opened a weeks'e ulgage.
meant in this city Monday night, wa
remarkable in (eorgia. espeelally Ia
Valdosta and )ublin,;wbere they were
compelled to turn away people nearly
every night
This company Is now making its
ecand annual tour of the South, and
the irpretLor and his awioiiate are *o
clever that they are making friends al.
wayt The coming of Mr I'rk to
Oaiaeeville this year was ooe of a
gieat deal of simiere pleasure, not o(ly
for abe eeielleIe of his show, bt ona
aeeoust of the warm frieadship whieb
our people have for himself and ast-
csble wife and elever ae. iSm. which
ha been been retained siae lat ne*-
so*
S You know it doe the heart gnod to
*mee people like the (Galoe ille
folks." Mr. Park admitted yesterday.
"T ey were a o god at d rao as lets
year. a owedseed *o m to apprl-c4
ate oar hmble effort o e tsenle
h lhat my good wiet aad myself
bhre aesipatesd very pl*eaUy the
vitl ths seisae."
Mr Park Oper-te to retors to
(GatIelle t Jasuary when be will
fperla a bw"ll to (h eeseilte Il4e
IIo P. o Hle i a eoolv* st
lan4d enth member of thai r-
der


Not"eum Pu4.

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eamef Mn.Iw'oS be. Llamss mIs
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CONDITION SERIOUS.

Young Strobhar, Who Had Foot Am-
putated, is in Serious Condition.
Nob e Starodhar, the yt~ flagnitan
i hlit lifgh Speriulg -R' iie frei)ht
t'n n i o l?,!s the mist e ni. i..io '1I
tI* I !%' ,- lc iso tet his r . ,'- I
verely crushed by ear w'lhI t High
Sprit g., and who was a Irnard nt tp.
er'-le'd ni ,e *-i d taken t, ti.,. r-,lwny
hl spittal Tt Wayc~ipn is : a n critical
cotiditlon
The utipration waq first rrf,)rmt d ;it
High Springs. where the nlt ident oe.
eurred. but in the attempt to )are aR
much of the foot &as poe- e,' the at-
tending surgeon, did not take off quite
enough, with the result that blood
poisoning set in, and it tb'eame neces-
sary to make a second amputation.
Report are that youno. Strobhar is
in a serious condition, Hnt( that he
may not Purvive the leit operation.
Iits friEnds here hype that he will
overcome this trying codilition, and
that he will soon be out neiiin.
Mr. Strthar Is the -tin of J N.
Strohhar, former agent at this point
of the Atlantic Coast Lii,. His father
is now sojourning in OatnInli
at Liniment on Earth.
Henry 1). Baldwin, Suip..iiitendent
('ty Waterworks, Shull.lnrg,. \Ws ,
writes. "I have tried mntny kinds of
linimients, hot I have riv'rr received
much twnetft until I e1-d Itlllard's
Snow Liniment for rhe-ijination and
pain I think it the bet lininient on
earth." 2e, o50 and $1. id i'y \V.
W Johnson.
Automobile Trip to Gainesville,
Sunday morning M,,'*ra. J. II.
Spencer and (i K. RobllEon left ()oala
at 4 o'clock fur (talnesvil I The run
was made in four and o(ii-..hlf hours,
including a stop of on' tand a half
hours at diceniopy, At\ aut)omoilii(
was repaired iln Uhaii 'ill, several
minor stope made on t(',, return trip,
and the two gentlelmen arrived home
in time for supper isat tniglt l TIhey
report a very pleasiat trip -(- alsa
Hanner
"I Thank the Lordl"
Cried Hannih Plant of Little Itok,
Ark., "for the relief I lt from Huck.
len's Arniea Salve. It cireld my fearful
running ores, which no I ing else wonld
heal, and from which I ihd suffered
for 5 years It it a nitiaelous healer
for cuts. burns and wounds. (iuaran.
teed at all drug siure.; J,-.
City Directory For Sale.
We have a numiiher of copies of
Hurts' City l)ire.tsry for salr- at The
Sun offle. It I. a handy referelce
bo men, giving the iosam'n o f re),ilent.,
with street and nuinwir. I'rice. 1.


Heart


Weakness.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure has
made many hearts well af:cr
they have been pronounced
hopeless. It hal complletel
cured thousands, and %ill al-
most invariably cure or benefi
every case of heart dircwae.
Short breath, pain around
heart, palpitation, fluttering,
dizzy, fainting and aniotherrcg
$prlls should not be nclrl-',c.
Take )r. Miles' Heart ( iure
and see how quick ) u will
be relieved.
It cannot make a new heart,
but will restore a sick one by
strengthening the heart nerves
and muscles, relieing the
unnatural strain, sad restoring
ks vitality.
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B^ ;GAINESVILLE



d -re December St. 19. asQlt W aYe., s..
I oolama matter, Uer es of Co-
S su of Mareh I. ItW.

| R Ibe ed Every Mosy .ad ThuerMay
; t Glaernlle, Flords

f. H. I McCREARY. Editor and Publ'r.

STaMs or 8rrucRalrTion:
SThe Twlce-a.Week Suw $1 a year; six
oMlths, B0e.; singl- copies, 5c.
ADIvTrsINNO RATII :
Loes advertisements, 15 cents a line
fol tS flrst and 10 cents for each addi-
Sl- inseertion.
Displayed advertisements for three,
I@ 1ard 12 months at special rates.
Pile furnished upon application.
Marriage and Death notiees inserted
free. Obituaries, 5 cents a line.

Ovat CiLtaINO Lisr.
The Bun and the Thrice-a-Week
(N.Y.) World one year.........$1 6
The Sun and the .Atlanta (O8.)
Weekly Oonstltution one yer.. 1 76
the Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Semi.Weekly Journal one year. 1 50
The Son and the Semi-Weekly
Times-Union one year........ 1 50

WrWe will not aooept stamps of a
arIger denomination than 2 cents.

When the people of Russia ask the
Osar for bread he fires a bullet at them.
S It il too bad the Japs could not have
capturedd the beast and sent him to SI-
berl.

S There is no social equality among
he people of the North regarding the
colored raee. There may be a few
se' h erankl, but they are in a small
mloority. _

S There is oni thing certain in regard
to phe Russian revolutin-we are bet.
ter posted on the "Inkvitch" and
"grartowski" names than we were be.
fore the war.

Pensacola eitisens who have been
S efigeoing for a long time waiting for
SyMI yellow fever to oeae, will now be
ble to return home. They have the
sympathy of the whole State in their


S The Obloago & Alton Railroad Com-
paMy has decided to discontinue the
S ruaiol of all local freight and pas.
m egr trains on Sunday, the object
being to give as many employee as
Lj ".Iible rest on that day.
^irp ~ l~ ^ ^ :--I -7.
The Presbytery of the Cumberland
Prebyterlan Ohureh of Harrodiburg,
Ky., ha deelded to ive all ecfs laid
by their hens on Sunday to charity.
E rrybody knows that the good Pre*s
byterian hen would ot break the Sab-
bath by laying eggs.

The holders of policies in the life in-
s raene companies now being investli
S ptoed need have no fear of their ipoli-
els not being as olod as gold Don't
give up on amount of the showing
S L regard to the apprloriatlun of
un' ds. The companies are all perfect.
S y sound, and each policy holder will
get his just dues as the document ealls


Pasco county is among the latest

Ia an eleetlon held last week the
i, *~drye" carried the day by an ever.
whelmlale majority. Therounty voted
dry oooe btfure. but the election was
4 14t aside In the courts This time It is
lalimed that the eleclin wans con-
dooeed n that the will of the people
will be heeded -The Tamla lierald

The oam aehknowledgee an inlitatiti
to opelag ball at the Tanmpa Hay IIo-
tel, to be given on Tuesday, Novrem-
bet 14lh, lat. If we fail to re r.m-
et we will consider our rrerets will
be there. The Tampa Icsy I on ,,i f
the beet of the report hotels in FloridI.


&ad It to worth the time of any tourist
Sn OO there, itfoly to ee it Otherr
S l be oee. bat there is no i.,e sulb.
geastill or atraetilve hotel in tht laind
S of flowers.

Bitter s the dose whom iis admiu-
l bared by the usual yoag and gooWd
akimsa rival. but whem is come. from
i"ldte Smas," gall ad wormwood
wM e"* eereaos dMrauht A
LAg left" bq had to soupt defea
' te Ills of loe, his father. one.
b. r sad lt r betUing hism out is
lte *eule o ehf oe hud ar fflect
Lo c i a -14-peeeM girl. whom the
hber weWed. T"he hap *aM*em i
' thl he woee be "hefl ewMled" it
be *Ied bham a 14-ye"reM eop-
--onher wh sed blbe~ 1 see eo.f.
&aW enoeilgly left be.


THE NEWSPAPER.


There are many people who do on-
derstand very little of what costi-
tutes a newspaper, and there are Mnny
who never appreciate the' benefit de-
rived from the publieatiob of the many
local papers throughout the country.
Webster's dictionary sayb that a
newspaper Is "a sheet of paper printed
and distributed at stated Intervals,
for conveying intelligence of passing
events, advocating opinions, etc.; a
public print that cireulates news, ad-
vertisemente, proceedings of legisla-
tive bodies, public announcements,"
etc.
The maker of the dictionary had
never een any of the newspapers of
the present day that pay out huoo
dreds of dollars every day to get the
news, nor had he ever seen the papers
that are Isued with pages of illustra-
tions to praise the locality in which
they are located. The paper of the
past barely kept op with the definition
given of the word "newspaper." while
now they not only do all that, but ex-
pose frauds, hunt down criminals and
hold up to public scorn many evil-
doers.
Each week the up-to-date newspa-
per has many columns of facts getting
forth the advantage offered in its lo-
cality, willingly publishes without
price the announcements of meetings
and all assemblages that are for the
good of the community, the uplifting
of mankind, condemns evil, and peys
the last tribute to those of her citliens
who have flnlihtd their labors here
and gone to the great beyond.
Frauds are exposed through the
newspapers of today; struggling and
worthy people are assisted in their ef-
forts to establish themselves, and In
many Iistances, where there Is a hope
of improvement, the press is the first
to overlook the mistakes made by the
unfortunates of their community.
While the space in a newspaper is
just as much a commodity as the goods
in a merchant's store, it i given many
times without oompe-nation, to help
along a worthy enterprise or person,
and it is the paper of influence that
often does more to build up a town or
city than all other efforts combined.


The newspaper is always working for
Its home town, but it must exact re.
moneralion when it booms a man or
company's private enterprise.

FORESTRY IN THE SOUTH.

The efforts of the United States De-
partment of Agriculture to indoem the
Southern Htates to adopt some lntelll.
gent system that weld save their for.
este and sure an annual revenue
from them instead of pnreuiog the
wasteful polley of the West is meeting
with approval thoulisout this section.
The matter has been taken up, not
only by the forestry bureaus of the
several States, but by the railroads.
magasines, eta.
The Southern Railway, for Instane.
in its publication, The Southern Field.
points out the great eoonomie value to
the 1onth of Its woodlands, If they he
intelligently and properly utilised;
'and it points out the wasteful methods
that have heretofo re prevailed. Lum-
twrmen invariably out the most valu-
able trees lrst, ieavigl the poorer
species to reetoek the lad I mueh of
the logging of the South has beea very
wasteful of the timber handled; and
there has hten almost no regard for
the young growing timber which forns
the oueleus of future forces. Flaally.
there has been extreme reckle9enese
with Ire on the fore** loat there has
bee a growing realsratio of the eri-
ousnees of such waste, and the South-
ern Railway Is doiog its utmost to eo-
courage ordinary business prudeee on
the part of 1-d owners and mll oper.

IO'IT FO0OD
A\Ni MI:I 'INE.
\\'<* lIki bt-t to, t.Ill Scott's
1 "'.t!i'. :,1t .1 fti l- cl it( i ce. It
I- .- tt ri tha.it aptly ,ch -tib-s)
t h,> ., t, r .inl actionn of
,, I' ,1 -in. More than a
nIk ;' more than a f(txl,
tI It': ling the \ ital prin-
,' ,th. It i f(or this
i ,-I' h.,t St ott's lmiullitni
l titli t ta'I(d ,' (ial
S'"s" 1 "i Lw.tting i, itaueC%
1 r ; thing better tot
ri trotllles 1 t. t in -
i w',t .unl deli-ate

I *. I 1Uion is just .as
!< 'r.1ting weak-

0. *.l s. ", 'hcalv..l
,,i .* l \^ i^(?!i, il adult s.
t- i, \ r^+. ; -,.. K- *


* ator to Iasure the perpetuation of the
great timber resources.


I


There Is not a city in Florida where
the people are more regular in attend-
ance at church than in Gainesville,
sId It is seldom they miss going once
on Sunday, no matter if they have
worked until midnight on Satorday.
About the first question asked a
stranger on his arrival in the city is:
"What church do you attend?" And
if the stranger names the one the ques-
tioner is a member of or not, no fur-
ther questions are asked. There is
little or uo prospecting by the mem-
bers of any ohuroh All they eare to
know Is that you have a choice and at-
tend church.
That is the kind of religious senti-
ment to manifest, and by so doing
there is no disord among the mem-
bers of our churches, bit all labor for
the upbuilding of the moral and relig-
ious sentiment of the city irrespective
of creed.

A TIMELY REBUKE.


The Dunnellon Advocate, in making
a few comments on the present educa-
tional scheme brought about by the
Buckinan bill, very properly remarks:
"Chairman N. P. Bryan of the State
Hoard of Control has had.published an
artlole correcting some of the mislead-
Ing statements made by enemies of the
present scheme of education a pro-
vided for by the lHukman bill. These
enemies are allowing the local ben-
eflt of the money formerly expended
by the State to overshadow the good
of the whole State and the education
of our youth.
'They care not a rap for the educa-
tion of our young people, but want the
money that was formerly expended in
their home towns. Such people are
certainly not to be allowed the cars of
any of our college."

SUNSTROKES.

The Equitable is worthy of the name
-it gave money to both political par-
ties.
The man who expects value received
for his fIrnedhip ht iot what is called
a Platoile frien I
When they ge toooorrupt for Coney
I island, the only place left for the bad
ones is Wall street.
We hardly think that the Lord Is so
anxious to wait and take Rnsell SLag
at per. when Ie can take him ia

There are emre people who doe'l
display mnueh jtlginet theeNivel.
who gel angry wno given good advlc
by a peron who superior to them n
knowledge.

This entry has ahseaedore to
eight eontriee Aeasua-Hlmaary.
Frarce, Germanay. oest Beala. Italy.
Meoeo, Re ae anid BLatl. We have
aineses to about thirty mre.

Califormia's eat of s dweod for this
year will apprut'l--m IO.1 ,0
board fue. EeafelIypee L me eam-
iblthe IO On a e o-r-maIal wood i
that be t

Ile ghttoa=*I ema W *Il vry

baemo so t ah Ma y w tavnd be
ia a bee h MaN igo le f


THE OLD FOLKS AT HI


OME


Are Never Without Pe-ru-na in the m Hm ,

for Catarrhal Diseases.


Along the lines of railway there is
already a carlrity of good timber for
the oes" "o eh they may pot it. aod
if the futerdti of the people can be
aroused there may be mueb done to
save the lndiseriminate slaughter that
is now going on.

BOUQUETS.

The Jacksonville Metropolis of Sat.
urday evening had a bunch-of boo-
quete gathered from it flower garden
by Chayles E. Jones, that clever news-
paper mas, who used up a number of
vocabularies in bestowing them on the
State pree gang, and The Sun came in
for.the following very generous be-
stowal, which we publish, in spite of
our modesty and the blushes it bring
forth:
"H. H. McCreary. editor of The
Gainesville Sun, besides getting out
one of the best newspapers in the
State, is the sexton of a cemetery-a
Journalistle cemetery-where rest
many publications that were started
to 'down MeCreary.' McCreary is
another of your so-ealled 'born edi-
tors.' He knows news when he sees
it, and he knows how to handle it in a
pleuing way. His personal notes
each day are a distinctive feature of
the paper. The people of Gainesville
and Alaeba county have a right to be
proud of The:un."

WHAT CHURCH DO.YOU ATTEND?


ET .HaIlNt AnyCAS*. Ai6s
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OLD SHAtPE WILLIANI
Pure fine old rye By the gallon $3.00.
Four full quarts $3 So.
EXPRESH S PREPAID

WEU. J. LEANEMN
Pure 'ennsylvania Rye. Rich and
Imellow Hy the Igllon n 76. Four
fuill quarter $8 R).
EXPRESS PREPAID
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A-NVIL RT
SPuse utatantial family whiskey. By
Sthe gallon 2 Y a Foulr full quarto
$2 ). EXPRESS PREPAID


S(UPIFOIRD IRE
OLD1 lTrITi (IOUL By the gallon 12 M2 Four f0ll quarto
S20 EXPRESS PREPAID
Direct from bonded warehouse. ine ----------
and old By the gallon t$30 OLU POINTER (LI' (VR
Four full quart i3 60 Rich and mellow. ry the ralloo $2 60.
EXI'RE PREPAID Four ull quarts $2 90.
XPRESS PREPAID EXPRE8i PREPAID

We handle all the !leding brads of Rye and Hourbon Whrkiesk in the mar.
ket ad will sve you from S to 80 per cent on your purrhaes. Sead for price
list ad eetaloguo* Fre pon apm p liWatrM
THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU LIQUOR COMPANY,
SACM % A., ., ad ... I AM, ALA.

Fawl Fail? Fairlt Commaailoser has been ent a supply
Fair inotie w hereby give to xhib. of shilpptag tae. and no other ean be
itor. TT treel for rows aod borwse d -d sodloag to direetio e of bth
will leave (Geleertile a eriday. No-. Prredet of the Fair Assne.ostio. Io
ilve er lllt Hoe. Ahesp. goarl ad boxM. barrels and erase ue e two p.
sealv (as erate oaiy an b emlet forum ne with ask prias OP. ad se wash
the ereet saiUton o the ehhaibtor red print up. "lTk on ereIly. If
Turkhep. aeg doe and 4halew yo u wak to I e yl r eshibse Ia Tam.
ladl all imsials t wigkblag whae N ste ynor prie ia the m squar
on &Ill r telter aide of tLo aid it 1
e.ted o.er 10 p0osede. a be mae b et y l a .t&tr I *f tr1. and if e
espues and moes be shipped a&c later I sell
thn NMeday. Kosemberr Iu3. Case. It ayou wt mon pa write me a
p- plseae a. d -perhale, thi m a ,b re t t e e sto it of-
m tho be seas tram m l M-s w J -- ur lS. .
-d. No-emberIM lam y. Dawew U K O

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Reouliaw Curc Al Il/
By Pc-ru-na.
Under date of January in. 19W, Dr. Mrs Alla Bohwandt, Sanborn, Minl.,
Hartman received the following letter: writes:
"My wife has been a sufferer from a I ve been troubled with rr -
complication of diseases for the pudt andoca set arrh r or tw y-entv-
twenty-five years. Her case has hatlled havin used Perru I can sleep ad
the skill of some of the most noted phy- thing bothers me now. Itlever'i
sicians. One of her worst troules was affected with any knd of slkaJ
chronic constipation of several year.' Peruas will be the medkc e I
standing. Fihewasalsopasslng through use. My so was cured of catarr o
that most critical period in the life of the larynx by Perua. "---Mrs. AMR
woman-change of life. Schwadt.
"In June, lW4, I wrote to yon ab t her Why Od People are Especially Liabl
case. You advised a course of Peruna to Systemic Catarrh.
and Manalin, which we at q.. com- Whenol' ageconen on, catarrhal dfi
menced, and have to say it completely eases come also. Systemic catarrh ie
cured her. almost universal in old people.
"About the same time I wrote you Thisexplains whyPeruna has become
about my own eae of catarrh, which so indispensable to old people. Peruns.
had been of twenty-five years' standing. Is their safeguard. Peruna is the only
At times I was almost past going. I remedy yet devised that entirely meets
commerce to use Peruns according to thee caseq. Nothing but an effective
your lusructloa ad coathuued Its use vysWemic remedy can cure them.
Abr dblt ywr-, d It has nopletely A reward of 110,000 has been deposited
cured me. Foar remedies do all that in the Market Exchange Bank, Colum-
you calm for them, edve more. "- bus, Ohio, as guarantee that the above
John 0. Atkilsoo. testimonials are genuine; that we hold
In a letter dated January 1, 190., Mr. In our possession authentic letters er-
Atkinson says, after five years' exper- tifying to the same. During many
lence with Peruns: years' advertising we have never used,
"'I will ever cot la to speak a good in part or in whole, a single spurlous
wor#d dr Pern l. Im sill cured of te'timionial. Every one of our testi-
calfrr&."--Jo 0. Atknwaae, lode. moniali are genuine and in ithe word
pekd Aow D, Br 272* of the one whoee name is appended.
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THE GAINESVYTL SUN: NOVEMBER 2, 1905 5


JA IS FIRST

IN AGRICULTURE


the Handome Valuation of
Two million.
ND IN PHOSHPATE MINING
The County Has a Population of 38.-
000, an Increase of Nearly 8,000
Since 1900-Prosperity Shown on
Every Hand-Death Rate Small


That Alaehus county has had a
healthy sad satisfactory growth with.
in the past fve years there is no ground
to gainsay. There has been no retro-
gresion anywhere, and whenever one
man has left the county at least have
a dosen come to take his place.
The seven principal cities and i.wna
have advaseed steadily, and in the
past two years there has been a great-
er increase in development and popu-
lation than for any six yesrs previous
for forty years. The population as giv-
en by the State census, just finished,
of the seven corporations is as follows:
Gainevlle, 6,500; High Springs, 1,450;
Alaehua, 50; Waldo, 900; Newberry,
800; Mieanopy, 660; Hawthorn, 400.
Ataebua county leads in agriculture.
the valuation running over two million
dollars, and abe stands second in phos.
phate mining. The number of farms
in the county is 2,200; the valuation of
the largest farm is $100,000. The farm
valoatlon of the county is considerable
over $200,000.
In phosphate mining we have 4 large
sum invested, the valuation being
played at the handsome figure of $1,-
000,000.
The manufacturing interests, while
deeldedly In their infancy, are placed
at $2,425,150 in the entire coun t,
while Oainesville has $436,000 int
leaving the other parts of the
an investment of $1,800,150.
Among the other interesting fl
to thoee looking for farms, we will
mention the growth of short cotton.
Only one farmer planted short cotton
and he made 89 bales from 22' aerr,
showing that this variety is as profit.
able as the long staple, for which Ala-
oehoa county is noted.
The health of the county is a very
Important item, there being only 323
deaths in the past year, at a rate of
les than three per cent. When it is
taken Iit eoonsideration that some of
these people eame here in poor health,
or past help, it is plain to see that
there are few planes anywhere in the
United States that can show a more
healthy condition of affairs.
We have one resident of the county
that is 117 years old, and three. reti-
dents that were born here when Flor-
iaL a a Tlml to.,l


mawas a irrritory.
City Directory For Sale.
We have a number of copies ol
Borts'City Directory for sale at The
Sea olfee. It is a bandy reference
book for business and profesiona
el, giving the names uf resaidel
wih street sad number. Prise, $2.

GEO ,S. HACKER & SON
MANUFACTUIERl Or


and Building Material,
CHARLEBTOSN.S O.
Sas, eits, Cord, Bardure






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Because they are the beat
in the land for the money!
L Ask your dealer for the
-- inny Jim" Shoe and in-
SiDt on getting it


Ayer's

Take cold easilyP Throat
tenderP Lungs weakP Any
relatives have consumption?
Them a cough means a great

Cherry

Pectoral
deal to you. Follow your
doctor's advice and take
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It
heals, strengthens, prevents.
l a yar I have as daMd e Awvr'
r Petnt for roulgfe and eoll. I
kewl anrlti tror ethem weak in lunl
M P. A. [uDieM n, SalDo. Muih
s.,.,jl.W. j. . TaR ro..
*IAim for il i."s
Wcak Lungs


places they had in mind.
SA r' PIne increase the activity of
t evr, and thus a d recovery. reeed by I -
dere a few days ago, from .1 II Ro.
;de'heaver of Terra Alto, r. ,l ie ing
MRS. JOHN C. BALIS. him to) i sere a house fr hiI in
(iainerville. and that another ge ntle-
A Brief Tribute to a Devoted Wife
.man also desired a residen'-e for the
and Mother.
winter Mr. lKwdeheaver 4 nt last
A great lose has been sustained bty winter in ihis city. and he l I u.se his
thei community in the dcsth of NMrs influence toward getting th. party to
Balip, who. funeral was held from come herre and at least look ,over the
Holy Trinity Epioenpal Church yester- ground.
day morning at 10:30 o'clock, and was t i hopld that we can 'i.liure a
attended by a large gathering of friends large number of these people if only
and neighbors, the foral tributes for the winter, as at is qunt certain
from the church societies and friends many of them will locate ir comrn
being a beautiful testimonial of the again, if they once get here \rrange-
esteem in which she was held. ments hare been made for theirde.
Mrs. Nellie M. Balis was born in 'ti. parture from their honm in \\V t Vir-
ca, N. Y., and was in her 58th year at giia on November 2ith, .o th-re will
the time of her death. She was mar. I, ample time to have ever) arringe-
ried December let, 1869, to Mr. John C. mrnt made for their welconim holdd
Bali@ of Oriskany. N. Y., who survives the. whole number conclutle, to atop
her with two daughters, Misses Flor. here.
ence and racec. She wa educated at DEATH OF MRSJ. C AL
Willard's Female Seminary aid there DEATH OF MRS. C. ALS.
developed the talent which made
her one of the best known musicians OC Iurred at Her Home Ar Lon
in this section of the State during her llnes-Funeral Totiy.
residence In (Gainesille of nicarly Fro'"m W'.enesday's Daily s
twenty year.. I The niany friends of Mr. .hilin c
Only a few days before Mrs. Palls' HBalis will learn with deepe t .orriw if
death word was received of the deatlth hr passing away. which ,r *iurred t I
of her brother in New York, but owing th, family home at 5 a m -,'te'rdau,
to her oriticel condition she was not after a long illness. She le.ve. a hltw.


informed of it, and died without know-
ing that he had gone before The only
surviving member of her immediate
family l a brother who lives in St.
Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Bali will be greatly missed by
a large circle of friends to whom she
has endeared herself by her kindly
sympathy and invincibly cheerful dis-
position. The bereaved family has
the heartfelt sympathy of the whole
community.


Cheer


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Up
is Yet to Come.


HOMESEEKERS TO

VISIT THIS CITY

Forty Will Come From West Vir-
ginia to Locate in Florida.
GAINESVILLE MAY SECURE THEM
J. H. Rodgheaver at the Head of the
Movement-Will Start From Terra
Alta, W. Va., November 2" -Some
May Visit Other Points.
There wis some talk on ti ,streets
yesterday about a party 4r homie-
qeekers that were on their way to
Florida, the objective p tit being
Gainesville, and after some itiquiry it
was learned that a party of forty or
upwardni hd been organize 1 t Terra
Alta, West Virginia, to start n a trip
to this Section, and that G(t iitvillo, i
O()el, (irlatdol and Anthon \wrev tlhe


DON'T


We a'e


YOU


CARE.


selling Iol ae Iti1iiishings at


prices that will ll ble, y0u to


Lay Up for a Rainy Day.


Buy fromn11. II, mw, taikeO t ho dlif.
ft'rt'ie between our prices 4111e
the ot therlfollow's tid lIy it asidle'.
KeepIthis 1)alild ,'ol will Nibil
liam't' sovera~ltt'vatlit'rs for' ymir
nutst.


GET


MARRIED,


Young Man.

\You filurIl.l ithe (it'l-


Gainesvi Ie Furniture Comp'y,
r A YTicTFVTrT T V VTT A I


land tid tSo lIoving ilndaughi r- r -i'* -
Florence anid (;race, ito v ,it ier
death h.
"he funeral will tek iae-,' fri iT
Holy Trinity El'i.pe'opel Chi.rlir' thia
morning as half past Iti o'ehnCk
Thia follwuigmi gentlemn'.n* are r, ',eaI- e
ed to act as iall-be.arers., mind 'il
please meet at ih- re- 41 'ise,- MI TfP UiI
o'clock: t-earr. 1 I(.i TOP UI
ingston, I Okl rton. I \\ nr, r orlland I1* I.. $ l :i
Ilampton anud Swnll


*.', (o0 $11:1


STATE FAIR PATRONS. AST.I : 1 (l elmbu. hl to $I110 I
:nde---r rl* tlr (trltje- r i rn. ,e .ir . ..
1 i, rad l .o1i6i t e te .' .,,, t I S,,, ,II. .... . Ilat-I'k *,t) Is sl II)
Important Notice to Shippers of Ex.- Itotr,' I'ye te Ite I '1 : Ijhit- 4%4 l 111 It,
f hibits by Express. tb C'rrult (:o irt Iu hti Jhrl I I mn .' ,r *
litiodrt In a d for Al'h,,. ...... ,,t : 2 ,r, Il r c-a a $; (t $ IOJ
Tampa, Fla (x't. 81, lI#n tin oban'ery, awCUr therein I 1. r Ale,.r ., t.
S John 'W. TeneiI, KE r K ItroeMw e*ni i, a' n, er arrlaid *$7 o t $11i 41
SJohn W. Techl, EPoo Jone,. I% tdefeedant, I a. 1 ''111 Moot 'rI
I ( i hnes lie, Fl.. 'hChancer). *wi ll aon t ia t i .i -i,.iti' i t,, ,
,sine.ille, F a. hiih i ,14 ,I ..1 .... .,. rf..rt. .o o ten er o
*Dear .ir: I have just tw-en advised eourtfn h. door Ia ihe rll ,,f uitUsril.ir
Als bu ept'titia V rt ,rla Mn.,lra4l sy i t. 1 1, Ilarkmej 4711
by the S ,utherrn EIlsress manyay that dar dof Itecrein r i a I'(*Cnle Ie ,t.* lt
urs tot nml allibe rthht tlt,p imi ihlletr I r ,, )4WII 1;I
They will be plea.eil to affIrd free e r. ood defendant In and t .t ,itr. ',, a ,11
viee 'in shilrnent ee'ighi liit to eo irlbiwl4 lip tit'a nr itIar<-r ,,' ieil .-11 ,mI 'MW belat In Aialrbul k 4i.a et itt rt l, i i. .w,
'eed fifty ,'oundo. Should the ship-t Te 7jut~ tci r al l N, % in t-w I, ". i 0
__-,a ,ve (A). Townithl(',ten 4wt lit> o Ht-if otr'f vi
meant weigh more than fifty poo ed,. o tat n,, D. oM,,f r ofn i H .e ,,,...The t o ngef
it will te cr'arged for at full rate. This1, )'eea on r.l e w> mI .,, ... Ihe s. ronlh Line of
s e i ee rved or Street n .41 Lt 1IW i.i
rate applies t iall points ini the HtaIte I S lr a.e Addiilt.oo toa, .r.mt y l
of Florida, and will be effective No. T.web'r e ,with. santia.ir .., ,ort.. ,.... Vehicles
F lorid breditaer e. *4lSM al *arte* o' ..
member 15t thto 30th i*I *oe brn m b.Inai r I .., .,.... .s @ ....
Theee esires parkages should beI held .r..r i, tEre mo ,. .cf ..s ,'r
addre*d to me a. President of the "' i "'" I rT'i -,---
Florida tate Mid-Winter Fair .aeooi-l' ."w'i.i .ht.' I,,. h e b e bt
action, at Tampa. FlI plainly marked I f 1i
with the name of shipper and count. i. grade of ma
verun vry truly. Iaihe ('owet. I.cur.. Cm 'I a I J
In tba. 4re '. 1 reta
h,r, troll A i r. <.0., -. rIN I trial used in
Two* J. i.H Ita,,w IM TII.I~~er a 1 .T te.ItJ I U5' ITo o
President I street Ih Exhibitors will ave that eane will i woi Sue le*. Tu eiae sotte construc-
J Te-LO Us .fM lrt m'- i -tl -. --
have to go by freight. id mn1let there br esst f *otle ..' )0 a ht :-. tion Of these
for .be shipped .no later tan the 11ih ',4 tl Ua n ( .. t.-*Wse e
of Novemtbr, but sooner if yuu wish sIspeiet Q*a nWg.winst 4vr t. ar ,% i. oy ,ol d S .
.re.r.e. Io "O I.V. "I e ,~ g. -gpi --es.
IV hat you mad by pipre.e, soele as' piat d t G r eeme, ... **w* 1010m.|1
chlkelns desks. o.e n. ,rkeys. e e b ~hfO 001 ~lr1r.r I, 1 WO Allo w
wi n.e utesmaJeuw ev*sM **41 V4 ia*IN W *I
and faloo work, mass have written asn m tl neul ba" nAI e'wis'
It Is fo.r e IdoId t"4L th-mrea N 1t..-b
the wa astareed., betwa he flrsawo fiSr st. ste a. wsr t f,., eo o..- .0n0 Uw
liaesofthe rd.leittered sde of sta I 'l U 11S a isoas-v.,i -. .r.oUp
IN the saw rs awn"sMe 4 "to
tag, thws wrhds '"Tia. J L BrowI. m eap f *r,-rw*"* _
;Preslent ly. rne Ir try C ', R asnn ts.
i,, M a ..vaw a T.., , ., w
r e a ColLior - -- -
gll lJ I'g 5g rc'lq.'% e4 lt
DWmir* ate 2 etw LAWN0V t*mL itA


W&G l 1 NOV I -ao 4Mwm w"MI
Sba ft,! "tot Ot ofthe opersua"soe wet" a be" ov gec lowi Ls c..
of To$ d wIouwa e X) .
the sa~vc wmr'iesetalornob epsat na sb dwee Jeui A*Dowm
aL heu rlb. aze bad a" eru w.m e WA m
We" tha t are "sw asm #w I 0bd 60 bone.W. w
th beI be rlipelt e m- Rhw iJas .4w Wo n Aeb.Ueobw th
;I5 m a e e4utlm 4edowlear wn
alai* from now CX i Aweftesome W W w%6& UvO1
meaf too tsmem of j f jMyf %^A A6&WA jojMW&4**j
me, t .r 1U m~l . ep ;( ldu -' w r U4- 4Mo -.9
am amn e 1 mesa ~'sestisee we&
bas -" 3. 3., m oe. sews ha a
go@"" me roo No tl'es6 03 so
aowoa $" s U. u 4w w IVessm ss o wa um
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PRICES--


Sran ford
eldmo.mre
Jewell
I outllaetal
Anheor



W. R. r.
Parry


$ ',o


$4ow

sews
9.',


Ever Offered for Sale


in This Section.


This line iP
extensive-- -
assortment is
varied --- any
sty le, finish,


Spring,


color


Walgon

of Every
9-rtotnai


Write Us,

* If You I
CAN'T COME


The Worst


MINIVILLE,
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Mr Rockefeller Predicts
r Panic il iTwo Years.


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6 THE (AINENVILLE SUN: NOVEMBER 2. 1905


NEWS FROM ALL



PARTS OF FLORIDA



Britf Hppangi From Various

S.tion of State.


THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS


Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers."

Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the

"u Reader-Items of Interest to

AH Molasses.

Quincy wants a new hotel.

nLwtey is to have a telephone ex-
ebange.

The Masonic I(loRd at Glen St. Mary
iL... s . -- ,,1i l l.halM h i n ldin a


tisa a ii ine newi Ia5 i4or8 oluiI 3#,
meetings. 17

The DILand Business Men's Leagie '.
is going to make an effort to adverisBe i
that city. :.1

Troop C of U. 8. Cavalry will he a ;
big attraction at the 8tate Fair. They La
were the main feature at Macon, (ia.

The Thurston safty switch will be ;:
made by a stock company at Jackson- :
3
ville-by a company capitalized at :
$Woooo.

The strawberry fields in the vicinity n
X7
of LIwtey are lookiKIg flne nid the .4
acreage is much larger than any pre. 4s
vlouI year. 41
42
Orlando will hold a white primary 4l
on Tuesday, November 7th, to nomi- 4
nrte municipal offllers. Announce- .
menti are in trder. 4:

Daytona'A Japanece store is oon- r
duated ty .Mr. Olams,a r ephew of the I
noted GeneraJ Olyam, who *nade it so &
lively for Kuropatrin. ,

E. Berger of Tamps, onie of the par*
ty who Indulae'd in thie unday auto rt'
nou, had hi right arm broken. He r,10
should not break the tSbbath. 41,

W. F. Pratt of Itiverview, Hillabor. s3
oulh county, had hi hair eit lad faee .
shaved last Friday for the flr time In 6:
25 years. fe *should now take a bath. "t
45
Oranl Hendersona 18-year-old ne. 70
gro lad of Bartow. has been arrested 7!
for shootloi two smallwhite boys with Is
74
a shotgun. The wounds are not dan- 75
eoroUo.
77
Miss Elisabeth Hornlng. who recent.* 7
ly arrived at Ea (11all1 from (oer. O ll
ansy, isa nleoe of Mr. Treober, who ^
s qulle ll and not expected to sur. si
viv The girl will be made her heir n
and be poseseed of opwardi of W0.,000 "

James A Ostmen, who was Impll- '
ested with his brmihera In the shoot. .t,
oil of the Carter brother near iS. !
Augustine, has written a letter from i
his hidiln place and says he II the one
wholly to blame for the death of Ihe
97
artery, anid when eourt opens he will a~
deliver himself tup to the offleer.

W. H. Kobiillon of Palmetto has dia- ,
covered a marl oemenlt btd on his farrm 1.1
of 14 aeres that is li feet dret or more. ,,
and it is wald to bh the lst material
for building street yetI diseaovertd iln ,.,
the Sitae. He tilures what hae aI iI ,
his farm at i50 ents a square yad Ilito i
be worth ab uut 70.(K00There is talk ;
of a company tbelln orlanisld kL work I '
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CASTORIA
1lr litihtI 3i Gin Ii


Thte K Y M hn AMni it






A Sad Death,

The Il! th Spr'(,l:i Mair l Iof 'lnlay. ,1

*hi('h *ill |l>. (riii **il ilprrci:oii f1 ,
Deere t lli allio theili* l' lt
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reirIt lby litany lif tirrt ritires m ,
thI' ( CI iit ilt ) was grt-ally *ti lat
dreird aluift tio'e'lnk lthi rfeveniir.
Whet Ithi illweI.;0'tnle iltelligI Cre was e
ftaptlily *|irei oITrr our ciCty that gs I thet otnly td in terr'-iit'ig daugt h* \\
tlr of Mr and Mrs % 1 E Cltimnior..
ihad stuiaumt,,I to aNI altlt it dane i i

oF in ottiir wor rw 0 tQ Wtl as break*-I .g
(r r little .t'lyigets l atelt foul r f la
ye.ri inl'1 aI*ld a It-au fuil I r'
pcoi t wilh I ascsti dlaSt*aiio. 1aril
*** ilre it'l 'f all hier tard. e'lrv of ,i
Qt1uatllui.CSra it.l the pirt. of hrr h
oUtber'5 tl..' ftathrb' h3ri4 tnIys sni. I .

tlteo* go tl ouIlto ihei Ia this tbo ir t
bou li f b'erlW r ii:h i.( l' ti li to

lug prle wen halr i h mlearted trr c i*e
fumaeifi sal atil.a't.n I h. ttm r i **


Wa*ia** **i iape ra>. 'l
I* r
WMT4 Oe4cyer "4

WhIile pnwam Veoilfute aol oIly It,

kilt wmsa, bt s"m the nUeoUe irs
,sad lt to whb theyf bltlt T'
U~, ;Hbdiy.Mu n jy.*ern y,>;r
redrl~wf~_~~f \\UW LtIn~dIkr


;IOEI~N SEJ R~EFORTT



U.pt ".r I.luenm.- IuU-.! f,r "ISuuneiU. PTroftuiOslal or 4kacupati.mnu." undw the
f i $,. t.t t 1 Vi',f rlda. In .%lahua county, from October lIt. 1114. tol Mptember
1" v' .'t h fi t) i I I 1"%I4' ft
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If I1 HarrIs & c'o. merchants, capital $70....... ept.
Dir <:. Harre. dlentit ...................... lepti.
Vutchl Co, merchants, capital 2.100............ Be
II. C. f4tvens. merchant. capital $2.600....... *-.ept
I. M. I'lnckney, merchant. capital 1i0........... Sept
It. Mtinrledrof, merhsaat. capital lam t(ban 100. Sept.
J A. itephens. dlrullgit, capital 760O............ Sept.
J. K. 'uten. merrhatl., sapitAl I$5lj......... .. MIIEI
' W. Hauknilht, nlrhant. capital(l t.429.l. . Ipit.
M.rl'ormlk & Hlow., mcr-chatunt. capital $1.U00. llpt.
M rs J ill. 'os.|e, hotl ... ................... sept.
I' P Mc'ray, merrhant, capital $11(0.......... .Kpt.
Valvarl Murtin. merchant. rlaital I$300........ Sept.
dflwuri Martin, dra yman.n .................... tpt.
Irlt.i- & i&althcart. rin.rclits, capital 1$75.... Kept.
(' 1 lWi', m. -rrciant, capital $-'1 0 ............ pt.
E' II. uriiger n, meri.hant. capital I200........ FMept.
J II I'ck & ', irerchiantnl. capital 300 ..... .ept.
I'i.)il I'Iook, merchaunl. capital ........... Kept
J If lhiijamln, mer,,limil,. capital ($4,991.i ........ rept.
A 1. -Vl'fal a 'C., nm.rirh.iiir. capital 2,0l. 0 ....... Iept
A J. I'arkor, druyin i ....... ......... ...... (
I. J I3urkhlm. merehalnl, Capital $l.o64O .... .... ct
Phllf,-r liros mTer'hi nt.. capital t4.41 .75 .? ... <) I
lMrs It Wllsin, nmirrcaniit, capital $4,.00......... O(t
.1I W MrPollum & i . Iruggils,. capital (l,1ton.. Oct
.M M4 dirrl A rd iC o usilies.. capital 1.,100o. Oit
.3 1. 'rrawford. iliurl Nhait. i tpl l 1,il ..... l. (k 1
I A. King, rn rrhant. l ptnIl St n .. ....... .. (Oct
I A. Kiln ., ii.taitrant (c pltil -- ... .... o.f t
0I K IIr ,nir.. mercaitul, ca.llaila .',73- 7 (I I
i 'anc ell* l.
A M. Jeflordr,. shinthl mill ............ Oe
.1 f4t-rn. mrnl chanlt. cliltlI $1'*li .. .
If P. IDutltn & I',,. btnke.ru. laplial l ...It. 4 o
A .1. Vlial. dru llt .t, craptal 1.:1.1i, ........ (i i
John Whlitker. nmi-rhannl. capital 31,1.. . 4 I
ItIlharil Hught.. Jr .lruman ....... o
T. J Virroemanl. lmelihal. ca.plnl .. .
It. M Chilly &t i', merchant, capital t$4,00.. -Ct
Dr J M Ioring, phyilan. ... .............. O.
T. II cPlket t A M14n. mnrrhants, capital $5000.. .. ct
I'rinc' I.r llll. dr rman ... ....... ......... e
(I 1 Mi0,rrhltiil & i u rrhan tl, mplilapt l $I,04 ,. Or I
Mro. lil.l r Tuj-r. merchant, rnilnl 3of4P ........ o(t 'i
J. C. Ml.t, merchant, capital I75............ r Mro. f(. H 0liamoy, merchant, cipilltal $;?A' Ot
Mr 0 11 Itun l mi,. merchant. r uilltl IL0 ..... ict
I II M Il..rnit,:. merchant, capital l$ i,........ (-k
1. II Mcfl.'istlil n, ire uranl (ct
IIt!ijan iln Ilallr. Iilri h nit oplltal i:,ii, ..... .. I
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K A o Nrell, imrchain. l.apltnl 11". ......... (lt
A ('Crl.otiomhlillli-. i, ,r hanit r'i|iIm l 121., o. (t .
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.l "ti or Trul ll, rr ii,.hiinl 'n illl Il 1 (I,( t
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' II TillIIs r t in, mierchantlil l iHllul (asl l (kt 4
1 1. tL w llllanra mnier( inti, pilil (In, O . o < l. 4
Franrti l i l.a I, r ltaitiriit . o t I
J I )rlffn. rinri liul orl ir lal l l (n 0:,( 4
A Ilunlitkrr, nio t inili capital llno (. .
II I/.lI.s .In, w nl. rctpltal SI. ',i . ol 1
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iI W T ioritinr mot capHitil $75r).0 )c. 4
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AhItx t pht i i i s iln Ura i l a it .. It 1 I
.Tlion |I.im.lin. mer, hInl., i plit l $11 ole 4
Tlliii ia S -* %,li,. iir lliitntl ,'l lill (17. ( 't.I 4
M3 .1 Thira. m-i haint.l ,apisl $' O r 4
Tuin,.h ri m rti I, iirnt. apllal $11il . Ort 4
W i Mt.igrir. in, rhanl,. iaplltal )II (11 ( (Ie
(le'irl Ij B.a. nnoli tlant ast illt l *"" ( .' 4
1. U Mi ('r.irnlrk ir *IIltrI I nt . (l 4
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J II Vlilal, mnrlhanit. rapllal *.lin.i ..... lor~ 4
Dutlton (' ilnn imison (Io. nier hantsi, cp sliil i t. I
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J A Th,,mai mrrrhant, capital 1151" on. 6
J T (3alody. nm-rchant. capital $1,11 (ot r.
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t' c. With.rinrit'n. m-rchant, capital 111,0.
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14 Te OGanesville lGuards, opera hure.. .....
O J. W. Binguereld, merchant. capital $ . .
K W. W. Hampton. attorney-at-law ..... ...
IT Tyler Lumber I'o.. merrhants. capital ,5' .
I8 R. C. Parker. merchant, capital s.t9 ....
I 3. C. Parker. merchant. capital t.*1.* ..
TO Veable a& Jones. NMg tur.pentln. ,.n*" still. ..
nI W. H. Hunter, merchant. capital 15l,...........
Ti Jha O0. White. merchant. capital $1.sJ ......
rT Te 8ta4ndard rrtllller i'o.. Mfa fertlilrer.
r4 Tkh I8thern Bell Teleph-ne & Tel. (' ,. tole-
graph serve ....... . . . . . .
5 C. D. May. hotel. accommodlallin I) gue.ts......
r4 Pe I Mocy. restaurant. 1in seatis...........
7T 0. H. c8holleld, merchant. capital $1.',o0. ........
r1 Cnacelled.
19 W. A. Bryant. merchant. capital 47S..........
1 Illarborough & Olteen. merchants, capital Il 9 .9
I1 Dr. J. C. Bishop. phylclan and surrgon .....
12 M. H. Laughter. merchant, capital $o V
13 Dltallynal Produce ,'o.. merchants. capital in0..
14 A. I Spinner. merchant. capital l 1(. .......
i4 H. C. Clark, merchant. capital $15 ......
14 Cash Grocery C<'.. merchant, capital $( ...
I1 J. J. Godwin. merchant, capital 15n .....
ii Jennie lady. merchant, capital $'i .
q9 M. W. HIddell. street carnival ...
'0 Jac b ('aphbell, merchant, capital $.' .
i1 Lsseter & Forsythe. howllng alley. .
2 Miles Orion, dog and pony show .
1 J H. parks. dol and pony show
4 D. T. Trammell, merchant, capital $4,"0
I W. M. Johnson. drur1ist .. .
04 Pmlth & Bynum. merchants ...
7 Eddy Lumber 4'o. saw mill .
II Nicholas fluri. 3 billiard talers
* W. P. Mosley. merchant ......
N Husband Br 1 K l.las. traveling ilaler . .
2 Knight & Co., inrt.hantilt, papltal s' i.
I Bdward ltohers.n, ine.rchant c~p'ital *,"
4 Summer I.limhbr 9'O liipphopate plant
I J. 8 Thomas. merchant. capital $90'>
6 W. H. Tralrer. ini.rrhant, capital $1.;". ."
7 The Suwanner ItrugK 'n, merchants. Cup 19"' .
l B J Thomas & a dfealern In ll 1tIWli anil tfir'-
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I J. U. Pow tll. ht.-'l. Io gu'-sts
0 James Smdrt. .r. erctihtnt. CapitaIl $3- "
1 ILute Howell, menlrchant capital $I.,'"
t Sun nBir,. 1snM and I )ny hh,,w
2 E. .L I. \a. llvry and l.ray. Iran tlcnii 4 hroi-rl-
4 R. It. Joiner. merchant. capiltl t l6'
I 0. O Barker. merchant. capital 575 .. ..
I W'm Madison. mnirchanrt. capital I5,"
7 The t'. W. Park Stock ',. .-xhliitilin
I E. F. Zetrrtier. nimrchnnt. 'ciptlil 19-,
9 A. A. Itirke. merhnnt .
I RKlvira Walker. merchant capital 1$ "
I L. D. Maxty. restaurant. captlil I" ....
2 Annie Nelsn. min,.chant. 99ilittal l S2
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FALL


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SOUR OBJECT



SIn advertising is t o con4v'A you that YOU ought to

I have a bank axxint, and that.t lil, count mhoul1 e

Sept in THIS BANK W.' offer A ABSOLUTE HAFFTI'Y

Sto our dep(witors.

Equipped as we are with a NEW FIREPROOF VAULT.

: Nw Triple Time Lock, Screw-Der. BURGLARPROOF

.. SAFE, with our Olcers laed, with Fire ard wugler
I ersufe, your Ieasy ad valuable papers re safe

With vs.


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j* Alachua, Florida..
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NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

Matters of General Interest Gath-
ered by Our Reporters.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

" What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen TTold in Short Paragraphs
So That "H .Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Irom luesday's DaL':/ Sun:
Solomon Warren has gone to Ocala
for a brief visit,
M o.- l -_-_ J -F .a ll .. ... .


Dr. E. I1. Armstrong, the Jackson-
ville eye specialist and neurologist,
will make a personal visit to our town
November 10. Located at the Brown
House one day only.
F. M. Bucklew of Newberry, J. H.
Edwards of Fannin and Burrell Wig-
gins of Hague were among the repre-
sentative citizens of Alaehua county
who paid Gainesville a visit yesterday.
Edward Jones of Palmer has arrived
in the city. Mr. Jones has decided to
locate here. and will soon establish a
wood yard, the machinery for which is
now being installed at the corner of
South University and East Masonio
streets.
County Tax Collector W. D. Diekin-
son has already begun to receive
monies for taxes of 1906, and has been


une .. iy y onrda or riiion wa i quite busy for the put three or four
the cily yesterday. days. Dr. J. H. Alderman has the dis.
Master W. B. Barlow, Evinston, was tineton of paying the frst a fr tes or
la the elty yesterday. the current year, but several have
Monroe Venable of Kanapaha was In paid their taxes since
Oallneville yesterday. Mrs. J. 1. Crown ef Rooky Poiit,
Mrs. W. L. Jackson of Archer was who had a very serious as well an pain.
*hopping In tih' city yesterday. full operation performed on her about
Mr. Elisa MrDonald of Wllliston six weeks ago by Dr. Colson, Dell and


Hiram Wright, an energetic colored
citizen of Archer anid an old friend of
The Sun, was in the city Monday and
renewed his subscription.
Mrs. J. W. McDowell and her inter-
esting little daughter of Newberry are
now residing in the city, and are plea.-
antly located at the home of Mrs. An-
nie Brown, West Main street, N.
Mrs. Oarrie D. Pattee has returned
from Boston and other points in the
East, where she has been sojourning for
her health for the past few months.
Friends will be glad to learn that her
health Is greatly improved.
Mrs. H. H. MoOreary tendered a
lawn party to her Sunday school class
Saturday afternoon in honor of Misses
Winnifred Pedriok and Margaret Mer-
chant having recited from memory the
Shorter eateehism. Elegant refresh.
ments were served and the afternoon
pasted In a sost enjoyable way.
Frank Aldrich and family of Wust-
moreland, N. H., have arrived in the
city and will make their future home
here. Mr. Aldrich was so impresed
with Gainesville that he purchand the
Browne home, East Masonic street,
where he and his family will be pleas*
antly heated. They will be gladil


visited friends in the city Monday. Carter of this city, t we are glad to welcomed by the people f Gainesvllle.
Tke choppers wanted at 14 cents per say, rapidly recovering. 'he many ,t
tie. J. D. Barron., Jr., Wanee, Vla friends of this estimable lady will be
Mrs. O. R. Oarter of Citra is isn the glad to see her out again.
olty on a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. F. James B. Dsll of Hague was among I
Hill. the visitors to this city yesterday. New Y k
W. l. ,ursey hlis returned from a While Mr. Doll is a young man, he
combined blllnei rirand pleasure trip to iI a practical farmer, aid will make Cheapes Store on Earth.
New York. this year about twenty-seven bales '
Mr and% MIrs. J P1' -esof Evin.- "of eolton, notwithstlnding the faet
ton h .ave returned thir hoe, ftier that the season as poor. He raises The Greatest Value
a pleasant visit her'. her crops proporiof the Sa n .
Just received latest tit)sl,..I a ladies' Mr and Mrs. W. A. McGriff of Mlia.
retlldy- oweear hils evd 12 lis ll 'y were in the city i nunday i a Ca now be seen at the New York
at O9wMn. tIoysl Cr'ok daw h rlef v1isi to the latter's parents, Mr. Racket. The mammoth stock our
W .it ow as i nlrd Mrs. Perry M. Clson Mr. Mo- buyer bought in the marketsof the
Wm. V Smith of Newhberry w la in ffs hi the drug h liinessat Misanou East has arrived, and we have been
the city yellstery on huilne.* cllpy, having i rli had the interests of taied it the limit in getting the
neetrd with the unitedd MHt4at laid lir. C'. Johnson IIe hlas one of saine n shape for the pat two
iotlce. ill ne.atlet atd mist up-to-date drug week*, ,but we are now ready for
John Holly, Ihe niimrehint of .Arre*- ",r,. of any town of the slie in Flor- the rush Our store has been
dondoi, was traniiactiisiu mliiiness in thi 1 crowded oin the past lbeause of the
esly yr)elrday iet reports a (god Ai "en it he. itr.nieiti visitors to this matchlri values we have always
trail. iety 1I tlill \ In M Hiolloway of Tal- given our customers. and we are
fr'rids of Mre C'. A loi oian.nd., Ilhls''se-. Sate S .perintentldeti of prepared to even do better than in
last tainesill. wll rer ai, leIarn Shll h WVhll,, 'rf Holloway came the pals ( on many items. IOur Irese
that shle tri coill,.1 1lo l.er I. Id with se i. hf rel Ir the prineital olbject oodsde department has a better iso-
nillnieW a*u t'oiosult irr \ derrhinn in refer- leeion than ever befl.rv aid the
W J Hodge. J lt,.s. alnd M Il Voce ti nnei* dr utnit% I"io l. Ilnurn.- prices are the lowest
Sreao is friends amid *ii Il'rir hiere are.
ai an rm d r ( I ,r r.re i roe d of te re d ,. i iaki i
Alachina tfiitk who caite to ia m.res ill his resent Ii. i on The "Dixie Girl" Shoe

W Shl..'t, -r rI ot .n REAI) T or Tlt' tries 'tht h"as ver "be
of tir- ihrilft) Iroli,-r.l if il 10 i,, lA TI shown In othe eCil.
was 1the' ity l 1. ildn) ar l. ent hd .i t a.l a ri T.o. .ine I t I
The 'ii ofi* lr I. W Hall. te AU1As M. lar r Our Clothing Department
(hls* Willg lelisorlti .'f I Alimer oin,.li, i'.W or I towih ii pleasure Ihat 1 rc'-
of( Ih.- oltlrs anl j nI tlrl'Iy ki, wi ailuin 1 your Teas Woilder for kd. for Meo and oys ...
r .,l, its of ithat a*'-tio,, was il Itle iy aind bladder troubles as mny w(lir Is str.cil' up-ut-date and orit
ity yt-stwru ay xtl myself have both ued it and et. prices are lower than you can fit.d
.1 I' \V ..Il, tI l .,iitracl .r ;. i d 'idtrfuil re irt fr.m its
.Ir,l,,,!al) for % i.,, e-rT hr ta. (,... w. Hxi e Utiful Lifn of LWdis'X

p,,r,. .,art J o a w I A ITEXAS WONDER. Ca s lad iJa ts ,.,
&. II. ,,, r,,. sut,*er.ntshJ- !one small bottle of the I Was n. Te k ad w that tll as l 1l pretty
at nf ihe naval stlrN iiterelt of tIhe d., Halle reat b i co l ry. eur- all
'Coimeier l.ul-r <'.. .pai ,. was rg. ldey alld bladJdr trulbie, remove FURNITURE ..
Isterld at ih, Il, wii 1 r jeteirdlay graiv Ie. eurO d:al-ab*te sl inal eau-j Jus4 revwice a bbg hae olf (dd
Tiw teivertll) lig hi. <*- of .,i.'s weak ad am s e aIcks. thema- [)renn d mliat Rasuk, whiw
cityl resi Ia n.g m i adienis e rn I taI and all trvegularitire of the adi. will be e;4 a8 tow pe Try a
the urroeadin sr rry bladder ia both me. aad i ed ('re* co"ttse Felt Mattroe-
day. It was ever it a itrr pr,. e Iwolan. rreulIat bladder troebletn iai ,th, el e MaN ees sade-m a
i ,rus dlto ehldrena. Itf sot &ai by r dst 4 ihi Rbts o *pt d we well
twil sena bjy mail on C ipt 0rn. OeeipI oIw
Anmtone Iad Jolba Latesa. Andr.w ine snall bottle Is two meeLs' tnss-s saratse a tgd ng-tI tes
Jolly Irl Iorli sad AIrtir Boritls meet id eWldof falso pr a e ---- rt---
Waldo were La i l s lay l 0M1y ea1 r DW II R Sn W. Hill. *a mFE BRO 8.,
lsd witteaed the* per.ta ea o f eui@ t ah f*e.ir0 mo ato. .L" .K UI I 4 hI ,
,a.t Theatr ,Como y r9a0te. O ri M-
ir -,or r er~ca~ r~ d~,uw~r.U4U U~~~~ q


Dr. Armstrong is meetingwith grand
success in eye troubles and nervous
complications. He is well endorsed
throughout t.e State. Anyone suffer-
ing with any eye or nervoin trouble
should see him while here on his pro-
fessional visit. Dr. Armstrong leaves
his home office in charge of able spe-
eialists. He will vi-it our town in per.
son on November 10. Located at the
Brown House. Will be at Alacha eon
the 9th; Hawthorn, the llth.
Major John W. Tench, county man-
ager of exhibits for the Florida State
Fair to be held at Tampa fur fifteen
days, beginning the 15th inst., deserves
a great deal of credit for the work he
has accomplished in this direction
since his connection with the County
Fair Association Major Tench has
been kept constantly engaged, and has
visited every section of the county.
He has kept his whole heart and siul
in the work, with the result that Ala.
ehus county will have one of the best
and most modern exhibits at the Fair.
Friends of A. P. Entensa of Mich-
igan, founder of the El Toney cigar
factory, Waldo, will be pleased to
learn that he has deeded to enlarge
the plant, and will make his home in
Florida in future. Mr. Entensa is a
son of the late M. Eatensa, former
manager of the factory, and brother
of John P. Entensa, who has man-
aged the business since the death of
his father. Mr. Entensa, who was
born and partially reared in Alachoa
county, is a young man full of energy
and push, sad is bound to make a
good thing financially out of the enter.
prise. He has been residing in Mich-
igan for the past few years.
A'mn T7srsdau's I /Vy &Stn:
W. W. Geiger of Mliearopy was n
(lainesville yesterday.
400 bushels Texas seed oats f>;r iale
J. 0. AndrewifGainesville. IFla.
W. P. Tompkies of Island (irove was
a caller at The Sun ffic r yesterday.
Jim I.. Shaw. one of Altchua's lead-
ing farmers, was in the city Jyeterday
Arch Hague. one of the leading citi-
sen* of the lHague settline;t, wap in
the city yesterday
Turpentine lease for sale at this of-
leeo bO per do'sen. #* Ier hundred
Cash must accompany order dawif
The hunters were out in force yes.
terday and Bob White" was kept
prttly bsy hiding from the dogs and
festive N arnds.
A large party of youiig people from
Waldo same over last erVrui. ti.o i.
tend the performaner of tlr ia-k
Theater Company.


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Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for sale at this office, the form used in
Alachua county which sares money in
recording. $2 per hundred or 50c per
doien by mail. Cast must accompany
order. dawtf
J. C Byars, who represents the Hel-
knap Hardware Company of Louiville,
Ky was in the city yesterday and said
he expected Mrs. Byars and son, Car.
tell, to arrive in the city about the
15th of the month to spend the winter.
A. )Iren, one of the progressive
farmers of Archer and an old friend of
The Suo, was in the city yesterday.
He says the farmers are receiving low
prices for their cotton, which make
business a little dull in that seotion
just at present.
We are in a position to furnish first-
cla-s bean, coke and lettuce hampers,
also cabbage and canatloupe oralis
promptly at reasonable prices, and
guarantee prompt shipment on all
contracts. Ship on either A. C. L. or
S. A L railroads. Williston Manu-
facturing (Co Williston, Fla. dawtf.

BUY YOUR TICKETS

Or Pay Four Cents a Mile on Sea.
board Air Line.
Begiln'iai with November the Sea.
toard Air Line will collect four cents
a milu from pL. senterv who board the
train, at regular ticket agency statioae
without providing themselves with
tickets
This has bhe.' a privilege for a nom-
ber of years which the Seaboard has
never availed itself of, but instead has
charged an additional teln cents 00
each passenger um.ler the conditions
mentiouvd and the itrui lllt wa* re
funded ulon pre.rtaltio at ticket
agencies of the c(,iiilu'r'r receipt.
It has ben idetfr-rrniir.d to put the
four-enit rate into efret and do away
with the rebate *yi rin. thei, ject be-
,Iig to make it advarntia, SeDgter t, .i;lrcha .L tiLk.-r itij tcad ef
p-ayiog cail. fares

Ladies' calling carl. iti latest styles
at sun office


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James R. lereihrnibas gone t%
Aergsrua. Ga. wherr he e"li iak. a
pe-it-graduat. ec.ur.seIn ama I ,'k-kv1 '
as the beisis- eellgr t a that city
LAWN Costracu just he tharino r
farmers &nd tearpongtnt men. N' 'r
drava. V .far r I,or S$ per It' s, 'al
to hard with ordpr
SrN~. Gaimeevl!e. l ia l
200 Note he% al, and it
Ol1oCpnipo meab j r> s. X't htIts wet 111ne4 up
bossimue private athr-r.,n. o!,
say Fort the I aiteel "tat. 0 rg. A 1A rt'rzrtit-itt o f ,tronng
Ccitt1 of 61 .% ('actMust a e :1S7' tt t ii ( Ad gt uine
Aderoo I' ostiy b uo'arvil I I l a, k
Addres Ih. oi~t 1a~urse.urie ? ~ ~ (k ~;tB
The ItalWare're parity &.% %1- n's 4L *-. A Its b-ol Maik# Won&
Rf wors u a & t at the 41 M %'6a1.'h1. -S.. S I 0 A $. 6 0
livid rs W i T'.--c aEj T ayv-.k *l.)A I'?.O
tag was a vTry d idht'b'ua, i Wb1I 0 .h' 46i
Th. sumes"l tatherr.es ur pt!'
a be ery s9wJr ad *roil aC.. S &IT
a pwansI 1 M4 wb a Iw Nn S.e bUl e
kru ja arw0
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Among the visitors to Galneaville O. Brinkiey of Cyril, senior member
yesterday was lion. R. B. Weeks of of the frm of Brinkley & Baines, man-
Hawthorn, chairman of the county oufactorers of lumber, was in the city
school board, wlho came on business. 'yesterday. Mr. Brinkley also owns
"Uncle Bob," as he il more familiarly extensive properties in Jacksonville,
known by his friends, is one of the and was en roots home from that city.
solid eitiins of the East End, and has Tne GainQesille Furniture Company
served his constituents as a member of have a change of advertisement In
the board faithf-illy and efflcasntly. this issue, to which the attention of
Speaking of tne cotton output in his readers is directed. This firm has
section, be stated that, as far as he probably the largest arid most com-
could learn, about NO0 bales had been plete stock of furniture in Central
ginned at Hawthorn so far this season. Florida, and some good bargains are
I rom Wednesdayl's Daily Sun: offered.
R. 8. Bradley of Wacahoota was John Fitzpatrick, formerly enploytd
trading in the city yesterJay. by the Kelley Lumber Company of
Arthur T. Kelley has returned from Prairie Creek, where he remained for
a business trip to Jacksonville. several years, is now in New York,
J. R. Fowler of Lennon was transact- where he is employed as a conductor
ing business in the city yesterday. or the Metropolitan Street Railway
C.O Btrickland. a progressive farm. Company, and is regarded as one of!
er of the Hague section, was trading the most reliable and efficient em-
in the city yesterday, ployes in the motor department of that
great corporation.
0. L. Feaster of Micanoi y was
among the prominent visitors to the There is just barely time for you to
county capital ) edterday. get an advertisement in the Industrial
Edition of The Sun, as the isnue gees
G. W. Harrison. one of the sturdy to press during the present week*. To
farmers of Hague, was in town ester- using it is to miss the opportunity
day and renewed his subscription to to talk to one hundred thoos-trd p-o.
The un. pie. Oar slicitor is through with his
D. T. English of Tacoma. J. Pene canvass of Gainesville and Alabhua
of Micanopy and 11. J. Miller of Lake county, and if you wish to advertise in
Butler formed a trio of visiturs to this it you must consult the business de-
oity yesterday. apartment of The S8in.


Th NADINOLA GRL
SFormerly advertised and sold as
..SATINOLA...
No change in formula or pa'kutee. The name
only hah been changed to avoid confulson. a
we cannot afford to have *o valuable prepara-
tlon confused with any other,.
N ADINOLA i.s uuranteed. and money will
be refunded in eery caue where It falls
to remove freckles,. pimples. llver-spot, eol-
lar discolorationn. blacu k- heals. diltl'u rin erlP-
Uone. etc The worst cassc In i day-. Leaves
the skin clear, .o(t, .be.ltlly. anrd restores the
beauty of ouuth.
ILri 'e cents and $1 l. S~14 in each city
by all leading drurffgit. or by umil.
Pitit'AHll E l'.fI BY
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
Sold in (Gaineoville by J. S. Bodiford
& Co. and J. W. McCollum & Co.


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