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 5, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID01013
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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UAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER ., 1905
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TEN CENTS A WEEK


C ITTEE CALLS

OFF THE BIG STRIKE


Workiagmen in Russia Will Re


turn to Their Places.


throughout RusPia in order to counter.
act the e efforts of the revolutlonigtq.
The riretlonarie., it is asserted, have
sPnt agt,nts, provocateurs, to various
cities in order to creat a condltlon of
anarchy and compel the czar to take
nilll:Arv measures in order to coma-
teract the efforts of the revolutlonllt."'


Rioting Continues at Odesa.
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s No>v^, P. m.-After
T'tIOULi IN FORMING CABINET a fairy qtiet night, shooting aain
Icmmenced this morning. The Red
CMn1tWlItte the New Premier, Meets1 ('ros is bLuy attending the wounded.
tU'p to the present time no houses have
W Oppstion-Censorship of the been touched. The principal hotels
Pae le Raeled-Claimed that Re- are full of the better classes ot Jews
adsMllair Have Been Instigators. seeking refuge from this week's disor.
ders.
Bt.- Ptersburg, Nov. 4.--Te dec( TherP was a veritable reign of terl
taiOs e( the strike c(Pmittee to call ror on Oct. 31. After the emperor's
of the strike wa greeted with joy i)y manifesto granting a constltutloa to
aS olases of the population as the ab. Russia had been published the Jews
-e mea 2 newspapers, electric ligat and made the Russlans furious with rag
ot r eoaveenieces of life is severely by making a prominent display of red
*t. The railroad men, however, have, flag. tramping on a portrait of the
reggired to continue the strike, which emperor and bearing down the emblem
-ataIna a continuance of the hgih price of the crowd. l te in the afternoon
-I ptVlloUa. I there was firing ih the outskirts of the
A great demonstration is promised town and the massacre of Jews cor.
for Sadaiy, when the bodies of the menaced and lasted during the alght of
Victims of the conflicts of Tuesday will Nov. 1. All Jews n the streets were
be aiterned. The strike committee severely beaten and many were killed
seat a 4eputaUton to Count Witte to In their shop, which were rnthlesty
day a Iinformed him that the work- pillaged. In the poorer Jewish qaur.
ure would preserve order at the fun. terms on the outskirts of the town the
aerals. whole streets were destroyed, the Dol-
The amnesty manifesto did not ap- diers apparently looking on.
Wear this morning and the radicals are ('rowds of workmen, rowdies, womes
ipatteatly demanding the Immediate 1and children laden with all inds of
lease of political prisoners. The cen- loo walked openly through the streets
.orlgip throughout Russia, however, quarreling over their spoils.
I abolished today not only the news. lomba were thrown In various parts
paper Ibut also In the case of private of the town. Late that nlgt paLrols
teir The minister of the In of soldiers and Cosacks restored some
trtor as aotflied the editors that the semblance of order.
pglatlons for the control of the press The pillaging was continued yester-
are t longer in force, Count Witte day and there was heavy Bring all over
is havlag trouble In forming a cabinet the town. Nobody was safe la the
oa aoonuat of the lack of liberal aup stre-ts. People carrying arena who
par. esator Koal ha refused the were catgt h- reps wee se
potfolo of juetice and Prince Trou. at sight The sautters t al JI hb
balitoy, brother of the late rector of were ordered clowd. Sad people d
the rIgnow university Is said to have tectel shooUng from windows were
"Ot *0 u replied to the tender of the promptly shot.
stHiktry of education. Th.e mldi-rs usead machine gns to
AH the regulations heretofore Issued inove the crowd from the vicinity of
to aewpapers by circular for their the port In fact. there was Indi-
goverameat has been withdrawn an.I (rilrt:tii a shtxtlng everybhere is the
the laief of the press admilnlstrarton t1wn
:aI-bne prohibited from further Iau. F 1rir :~ tilll going on aa this d'4-
Inag suh regulations. pan' h n flied. Tra ise la at a complete
other appeal to the people in the t(landl'l II Provtlsons are still ole
shape of an official note was pllxh;lah<,l aIlliah'e, at graxlliy nmia;ldced priee.
this morning. It says: Te gIa an I watlr work's are worklag.
"After the minfesto of Oct. .10 had It im Imr ,eailile to mike a correct
laid a foundation for the development es:iini- of i:;ae numtwr of killed and
ot Resian life on the basis of legal wajt: lI. Simr;lar rel:orts rear Ode
Ity sad ajstite, participation In street a ., 'atn rl -o rf the u:her lowla I
deMeMtratloas have a signlficance al Souili I;n s:a
t ier 4fserant from that attain ---
'berte fr previously. It can oin; Valuations Are Increased.
dIseom ge disorder and the presence \(m,,, :'i r A.a Nov 4.-l-a hi
t the puble of the middle and lower report 't "'' c',rior Commlatlier
Odatestal establishments among the I;,,,r. I,- howi milleeltlas
d6lil treated la uch to be condemn thr'a., ir -** in wCrt for the yar
ed It ely o ral grounds. I'nleas ,ondel ., 1" :.at of $341.10. Us
t a temimr of society be now direct .,e. ,-' ". f a! ,' 1:3.7T aad the
ad to ftb ft that the ssate is threat. cournl, th :rh* The v alMUel
emd wi duageroas increase ia the by t!It r'. ir,-. "n- e I ot 4e the lare
a beir l people whose respect for went tin',,,o .ffT 14 ba's bees ha' *
tbWilty sad order la beiag ra-cally 15i$s t
U wnle they are till ia the
Sneem. The ov+eramet tmer Woman Charged with e ManeI aISI
ra eeaO B alB eitiet a eoeveate rpessaMola a, Nov 4 --A eawOar't
Swoona id s to dee thO emsatv jry iaNt cisial riturafd a vedletI
*4 totb t eair aewetsem." age lit e M r M T rasr, ebaugla
i her wIth mBn. -ls'Irlhtr Mbe adaI
O l RMua aW r, ki8ed her Y"r('aea" yestIera1 at 1aI
a>a wm --r4. 0rVerca e ~e after r e hasd ablu4 er ta e
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MURDER


One Confesss to Disposing of
Body in Dress Suit Case.

CLEARING UP THE MYSTIeRY

Officials Be eve They Now Have Un
raveled the Mstery of the Death of
the Young Actregs In Boston-This
Case Has Attracted Much Attention.
Boston, Nov. 4.-With tI arrest of
William Howard and Lae C'rawford,
in New York olty. ti Oonrwction wito
the Wlnthibo IIt bAe* mystery. the
actlvttles of tBe local pol c wore trUaa..
erred from DBoteo 1 the Metropolia.
Chief William Watta. of the bureau of
criminal Investigation an.l supealnta.
dent of polleI, Mr. Plerce, with Pawal
broker Berkman, who) -' I the salt
cases In which the dianlm::o',red parts
of the victim's body w~A found 1I
Boston harbor. Tlmoth) Howard. the
cabman, who drove two ain carrylnD
r ilt cases to the terry, nsil other wit.
neases, all had gos to \Nw York on
the midalght train to bt4 present today
at the examination of Ilusard and
Crawford.
The oo4JlttM of oblr .n Nathan.
suitor of usanna aGea) 1' victim of
the tragedy. was bttur today than
yesterday, and he asems t be galailul
Strength.
Mon Head In New York.
New York. Nov. 4.--uperintendea
Pieroe, of the Bostoo polle, and Chief
Walto of the Maisoabue'tts pole, ar.
rived at police headquartrs today the
prionen were bro&t ,mit l r loopeo
Mon.. Chlef Wattse tpoula d OCrew
ford a :d msd:
"I ftel ure t Uat (rawford t1 0o
head am Is this eae. He *w the
priai td Na the houe of Ur. Blaeop,
sad it waYs thrs hia, I believe. that


Howard hMt. as he eals himselff.
was bream t laS the cast,
ief Watts said that the ease
agalat tba who r csled the death of
Mil Osar was pra ally eolasd now
but there will pro laly be other ar
retS witlhi a few J.ayIl
Crawford was dr -.ed by. order of
the Noe Yoer polUcl gray clothing
w e aml s eembi y e B atlo police
orle*al. sad theTr itamai He bad
ao t"h sa alme tlbia be is aIeW J to
barn worm U baIs *htl apincn hiS
alleged trip wit Lb. tit eMae to i
toe barber. Is his roa at 7t Waoo
w*gty-salth street plame fC0"d a
vgrey su aad sa Ob ate ea or
val ma t. both of w -r r ld the
'etlas that Cabain Heard asid t
Me wore whea he ojve free aste
to CRIaea
Wbe the cab dri.r saw OMar It
be Imediaoely 11avw ed Me a" or

wit osat case on avtNs wem sIhe
or Mboy was tr cr ie th e bat
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Hewrd as Cravword' aaaap a tao
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Important Address Is Found.
Waltham, Mus., Nov. 4.---May Ten
nen, of this city, the young wmunan
whose name was found on an rnveloix
In the pocket of Louls Crawford. one
of the men arretd in New York oI
oonnection with the Rkoaton dress suit
came trated.. Is related to Mrs. Dr.
Janm Bishop, formerly proprietor of
a medical office on the Tremut strict
In IBoton. Thln office which, until re
gently has been conducted In Dr. liah
op's name, Is the place wherv Susau
Oeary was suppoard to have gone fko,
treatment Mime Tennen has not beer
In NWltham recently. (rawford's wife
Sa da lthter of Dr. Bishop.

MILLIONAIRE I A PENSIONER.

Only Accepts Money to Perfect His
Reord as a Brave Warrior.
Washington, Nov. 4.- Ponsloai for
millionaires Is one of the new develop
melto under the executive order ,of
lst year.
According to Comismlloner of Pen.
leas Warner, the application of a
llllonalre for a pension has been rr-
eostly favorably passed upon. lie dlid
it want the person, arcordinx to the
Oomillsioner on aseeunt of the money
It carried with It. but simply to per.
feet his record of honorable service la


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ONLY -W CASES

UNDES TEENT

Thpre Hs Not Bm I 410 DeathA
During pidel1ai

SILVER SERVICE POR DO. WnrtIT

Alabama Likly to Rais QuOmAtlf
in a Few Dly--Inereaed UvSttlM
Activity is Notisae All Over
Stricken etleon.
Ne'w Orl ars, Nov. 4.--Ta fever
Ituatiuu here coatlans Its rapid Iti
prouvrmnt. the caeN uBndr treatment
now being reduced to 17. With so
few cuats remalaJl and virtually a.
new casr appealing, the probablllt
is tha tthtre will be very f mo
deaths twfore It Is nadlly declared tt
the ptdiemic It over.
Th, total. of deaths hua not ye
reachtl 460 from July until the prO.
ont date.
With the orloering away of more o
the federal co mlrssoned offers their
are Ilft bhre only the four mwa who


the civil war. This view of the dile aree ssillned to the distrlet hbeadqlua
ability order Is being taken by muay tern, and those Immediately conneted
well to do veterans who wold not with Dr. Whteo's department There
otherwise apply for Henslons. The fact prmniaes to I a further consolidlatls'a
that they are eligible and performe.I of the ward work by the end of tho'
the servtoe stipulated In the behalf of week. Not Improbably men deal at
the government and that the govern health work will be retransferred toi
meet lI to mreconale this serve by the city board of health eiat week.
a pensioa sad the acomnpanylag ree. Dr. White ha at ot yet ooelved hIs
ords of the almke ate the servtre pe. official uassglaPet by Surgeo O*ea "l
eo a desirable addition to the family Wyman to attio,tlh OattIaoa I ea.
wrwds. voetlon, but It t sew daily eUapea0d.
.be eamnlaakooer Joe$ not took u Governor *Ia lard li apeewtly
Stae Closs of peseloers as aa mad anxs ao As tht Dr Wite shall g to
a@sb burden r or the Fgveraaset ito (iatamopr, aad It haa beea talat
bkar! H. take the view at the th te t he federal authorlte ala doeere
g ii4 w is*byatC4apaiwe Mt feAp.o
Mat to r e a Il the eas of Dr. White was last alght the e
the aullieMore paWesta,. he he at a baqes gives by the lralroad m
knowledge ta the treldplt ba just and was preneated with a heaadubme
made a boaAAt ota h rb t thousead llTver etrvtce la raMegallesa of .
IaU ar Mr bwoeeat Iurposa. work he as performed aere.
The da1th of a Itallaa womaGaal
CAW4OT AID WHAUING VI IL b eby Inl Delder, ('Ikaate partI S
*- aroaned the rtepleto that tha w r
GOvemmeoI Believes It Irmpaeeble fer viol t of yellow fever, sad 4at the
Help to fest Thte qeset of the health aotlorItell thoe
cattle. Wash.. Nov, 4.-4'brlea D D. Brady I.e heb deeptaMed by t he
ervis, who commanded the relief ex stat aboard of heal to t the mae
Met esxpeditloa seat oet by the Ualted ltok aite the metier.
tates goverameat Ia lt toM aid the The raleIg f the Alabom t lsll.
rtlIkes whalers. etated today hat 1 lae la sald to dpea a the aditims '
If the whalag et o w"lwe oead It at Mefs Polat sad SerMaIsa. whih Ib
the Artie *u V was or lf Pat Bar.- bet wees New Orleaaa sad MoW taI IN.
rw. It wal4d be alaMat lamall gar siderble stlokaee was 'safato4 96
a rMe t eaedttl to aird the4 M ay dartag the sea .ier but the sieurt l
MatrWml ad. a the i4 l eItle a aleda that it wase 1.t1e s,%M.
arle travel la tI e vweot we" a ns are mbe Tae to a mreai
OtN I#t wold e akMe I b 0iA fto Ufar aa lepite of Ithe t d M '
Itob eallefit ad to aid a a .Dr Whlte. sad lhe Alaages ma ^
m* f ties. asd If it sead that tho a puNi
Cbtalt a sr ta, bewever. tha are ost lafbeed. lr e is hope e t
U Nthe loe s01 h"lt btar lm Aat bsa will raoi te ob a W
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offering some special bargains whirh tb held ln Jacul ville on the 8th and
will likely pay propetlTe purrhaser 119h Linet., pmro to be one of t h Attentionl. Odd Fe*oSwm
to Itleiate. Ir lest-t s iey fnloke ever h ld I t he rolglr weekly metis of 0e-I
Henry NMetrr of Philadelphia has the blrB, sad will be atlteadd bq ter Lodge No. II, 1. 0. 0. F., will be
arritvd In the city, and will sp)nd many member~ of Oclsnvill Leodge bld oi Masne, NHll Moeday *e. #
several week here li* is a v.ri-ran No. 900 Te party elp**e to leav itL as 0 o'eluck. There will be uH*w A osWENILamS
of the Civil War, and a mxs ae*n. here on n the mig of S* t Ok. aM, la I berits. A h ll at **atmoS* lisd- ta Rm
able oraor arad Iseoaiemna. He is bwll members t e Ualew ttle lod who sreld, ad vtoisilagbebthem will 0e0NA AC TIl
pined with hat he hae seon of would like to aval(lMheme of thbis! adlal wtelnsoe.-
Olresille so far opprseolly will pso ne soty L. C. J U Tom.. be. s. N. G. I 'l W
K. WillIam.f he past few month. Lyneh, e- alsUM Ied .U I bererl
MeA tol it o&the e of he Southerm We sell aamte e M to a aristi t. I I jWe M hine.
ape psew py her, ha pted a by The 0 m MAl C ta M-e6r Itoat id. MUe, ido peW ta
pgld ts a mese*g between High eleumn Is tmo am stan mbeesetthae" epakLsltLMat LNM I iem as gi'e
u eatd URehlle. He is saeee*4. poperte s WotabifHtehiS 41 *wme ~ i PAD O m uT mln a teee s WtW *d k. We
d Itote OdulesWM 8to by Avery i-ee. Thanu W qlpd Mm g SSfanw doP" AM p o ,~4 h to
W. W P omfe oN,*wY Yerk. eme of h1,,9'" P WNW m i k s o t am ys a~e


owe mas Rid*toIp ea od mmMO
-Aw wave ft ." as lode 6 a, 69"0 b " odd p w b b by -see
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olVia ,vdemd to none ounIddoe6
NOURISH gi, v *erl< **** to CoNST.M of )NT
tO largerreGite. The diolagcroom e a
al s$ might. The priest man
HIr the ~body, don't dose it owno-am I*=early, in 4b nannoroel n |s w | dFIdI lf
_diLD PEOPLE Suftm

f f'S^ ;~, :tEmulsion is the best am f ipo.e,"ss erl 021 apr-5-, : -e
rth medicine. Scot' 3 e aLa. $1061t0. stand tshe aU! lith Itm lls
mouri s hment in existence. ia o s tr WIN er s iZ"piOiL Idth
It is more than a food; "I stiA .. t ch.. t am waith 1 j -l d
SPOna eo.t of the Innal mee iag tnmu tas, por pp6t* andl pdi -tio,. a u, as.i)l nd
ViA v AL PROPOSITION you may doubt It, but it of tahe torr Edo tioda M otl i he~aictio,* Artoold age. Withadvancing years the u and
d asioc, whichbk mat as Nashville, TeWan viity of th system a to declie. The heart action s wek taute.
S+c e ntur digests perfectly easy and, .,-,., .
Tit a CeOntury Club ilStS perte Sy and sluggir sh, s hi orcl tr, n Mood become h sad stlggish a option, oat em om
I's MeConcesslons In at the same time gets the LIrv Raslway a ange*d so .n .A m to? ^ tot- oor ., o a-
SaiiwtitutioN at ceA bu sno tisell t. pi mple becomes a troublest.m sore or emro s1 i dim.
,uch an Institution, and digestive functions in a a f. le fare plnl rIMakout, or the light r mu p ft inyo er nocae
t. patindigestive fon. ionsin tweuS-yn e nts for the round trip. grpl| rhts and bour of agsy. I is o rosomwhyo l roed
nqustot h T tie ths condition that ordinary Th t w ll b onm ule November lot be bethy and free frmdiMee if the blood is kept prad
i e bs, Pto .he Tweti. eth r 0 It. tsad et; noal limit of pame Sdro, aad this a be done with 8. 8. 8. It is a medicine that i d pcly
tb, Prof. Tom F. MoBeNat and food can be easily di- will b ovember soh. For full in. adapted to old people, baus it is made eitbly of roots, hbrs Mari,
The Hr. ay Invie shb l"d esl omak aoeo or lrolons a td for their puifiy, haing ad building-.p sot is L Fy
'otlemen of Garoesviil to mess gested. Try it if you are Alsiatlu r .t Line Gea. or write mild and et) IIts cts onb, '. 8. *a, ms
K oh eourt house on T sday erne run down and your food Frank 0. Boleson, District Pasenger 0ad revsgrwtes the rtaggish blood so that I
Nowov 7th, as?:80oo'look, for the A.. uk...= ,eFlo..rimoves with more rapidity, and cleas it of all
pose of organsling a library us- doesn't nourish you. "an. l i, n^FlorM impurftite sad poisons. As this ric,'healthy
diftion and praovidunl pobfe allbra r Oste A Herrin, the naval store stream drcnuates through the bddy ever pst
f lor thea .pro vile. a*borW n, -an -?, w n oe ator ho peha been enaoged io PUCLY V ETAtLE o the Oystem is built up, thJe pmatite db-
0P Tot cty h of.rl Olob Gievl e b.uan.es Misanopy for the post two gesti Improve, the heart actionincreases a.
The"",Twentie"o ,""thhisent'lubwwill,,'o" ,h- o ,o,,o e .diil And dishoo, rti of ol age pass away. S. S. S. cum
4a doTge .Twoa Imbrp ow hev1 bb a BBan*O*,. which was so popular or thr" fare, and who recently dies-. Catnrrh lns 8os ldd ae1 a. .l. aur
dlid bookslu o this association when Is B thioanktry several years 4o. pod of their interetstoColson& 4imsrid blood I am re ., A1I'44lA 4..
Is foWed,. A reprontsative attend. At the pwebnhig services North 0yh lvn ddoed toloate in Georgia. T_________ __W_-----W 0- A__T_._&_ .
: I the lteCiHgopt. book.)lovra| GelseiMe Friday evenalg Ibe tien. Mr. Osten will porabase fine farm in ---- ._ __ i
w, a oespl ve(pople of our oly is fastson of Mr. asd Mrs. Henry an- lh Empre Sate of the South, d ab a rm lan.
,' M~aply invited and urged for this soy wa beptlsd by Re1. T. J. Nle. willl eapp l that puar ut, while Mr. .
ptbi melting. Tbher one a gsoMa awilnla present Herria willlaoMtinoein the navalstores
o m sad two persoas nade applitation for bulnoes. Theb gentlesen were good H D U T T O N & C O .
SlWB OFCI AND membership idthMethodis Chuh. elsiesand their departure will be -D
NN1W5 O0D O. D. D. An 0or letg **ltoN reetted by the people of Mlesopy, --DEALERSIN----
Ur as well as many friends in thi so. a Islas x C otton.
where she will look after he, property On a of the Bouthern Oonfer- C ..
S P. H,. Baker made a bosneNs trip to telarer Opon her rtorn she will ene on Immigratloo and Quarantine,
Roebelle yesterday. o b M M whicM tms a Obatanoosa, Ten.., Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrus
IW. Adas of Sanford is registered Obe, a whar ooe lady of 8. Noovo er 9th and 10tb, the Atlantia Leathe, in Stripe or Sides.
at he Bromw Hous. veab, who will be her gI ea b for for to e L l Ralw h arrasnd tor pio
'Lee Hoshes of Dolson 44 Glorp eeral wes.gus re ll tSices at one first-class fare plus
Syloer of Dnlmron ed Goi e. wtel, r tweunfee nte for the round trip. Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
T r o Pr l . Mes as prnog e thro ioki The tickets will be onuale Noveaber mea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Stme.
S teeday. erofaskylPoins,ws amag the vi. dht limitofmellto AI"D U
W. A. Strikland and son Milton of tor to is iay yesterday. He saled Bb d tb nl limir o m AllVILL FLORIDA, U BA
S Paandl were visitors to aetsvtilloe at Th Sea oe oad had his name en. whlih passegers mosos reach original
Dr, Andrew Jolly, the droalst of MleoD M arePro rp prspee e, or sleeplag ear mreservaions see As-la
Waldo, awo a boBools viiltor to thi sepeeIlly lest., whkih is 8ane as tle Coas Line geon or wri t Frank
01 1 ierd. s ever Igro n thIn motlol. 0. Boylesto, Distrit Passenger Apes,
Alnft y 0.0 Thomas has returned Japer idwrde, John 0. Corbin and Jacksonvlle, Fla .. (ItLoo-rpoa~a t l
ho his home at btrke, aftera briefly Jios M. BroWs forered a trio of E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
beal~ e ,lisit hvr.i lo 1o Gashvtllkyleserday. 1They STATE FAIR PATRONS.
busa visit oAle ill ysterda Abetrarts of Title and ull ormatio furnished regarding land In this
h. r. D h reLam. d f trip e t End, d county. Our mnas r has lihd In this o t Irty ears ad
to bsoeville Is the Interes of the sawe O blesoee odleeted with Important Notice to Shippers of Ex- i thorghly oatnet with Ld titles.
w Y L IN. the VUalsed $ lud odee. Mr. hibit by Express.
Brown meo The Sas an agreeable Tamps, Fla. Oat, 81, ION. 190.
.l $. A Aieo" of Alashes, of call, nmoewlg his subscription. John W. Toaeh, Esq., J.
uw lduJbrlous colored tsma, da. We are Im position to furnish fBrt. Gailmeville, Pi. FIRE, A0OIDBNT, BUROLARY AND INDDEMNITY INSUBAOt. a.h.
eStlntganes. tw boea, cokes ad lesstes hamper,, Dear Sir Ihavejust been advised eSiag a aobter of laant Amerlca lad Aea llad companies
p Taoim a blo bege and eaatlouope erae the Southen Espre Comps y tbhat RAL STAT AND OITY LOAiN
Entmber she UaLvnirty Marte promptly at reasonable pries, and ey'will be plead to afford free r.- Ga'.var r 11' J O E'i.Ol a
r WheN wass eomethlraqis freI s gaate p6mpt shipment on all vie on shipments, weight not to ex -- --- ----
kr sale water $sh, dal r f rhJ. ?' eostr8te. Ship on lether A. 0. L. or seed ffty pounds. Should the ship.
IhnMpn, PropriteSor. SthGarb .A. L. railroads. Williston Mana. met weigh more than fifty poonds.. T9e LACIA COITT ABSTACT CO., I
st$1t, 'phone IT(. festering Co., Williston, Fla. dawtf. It will be cared for at full rate. This MTABUIBSD Ic
S Frieds of Phlllip Miller, who has rte applies to all points in the State 8TBUS I.
ben adisposed at hi bomre oa a Hi Ho or. od e Mason is bomng of Florida, and will be effective No The question relie ri of le
Main start, N., for the past few days, imor a pell ool weather. member 16th to 80th. and Title In the 8tace of lorid, partieulrly
will be pleased so learo that hblr on. The ms rlmolol mrkt h bee dit- Thnsre ezs e packages should be Alachas county.
diilon Is greatly Improved. trm nly poor for the past few addraed to me as President of the first eonsid. --
Oo W. Hyde ha a moe of adve rm hs, and the geilal Juodg feels Florlds Stalt Mid-Winter Fair Ao0li- PBCIALTIENS Abstrat of Tlitls; Tax Sale Searhes;
SW. ement d in his shae to which et ,e ae I fal It the temperature will aion, at Tampa, Fl. plainly marked ers:!on f o r Agenss r N-Resldeat Lad Owners; Platr I oanta,
stloa i called. Mr. Hl to whisl asklra make business better aI this lie. Only with the name of shipper and onunty. he investor. ToW1 Ktt.
groasrfl led. pries, a be l ona liesg e was iued Isrtedra Your very truly. -----------
oe t hai ea in prie ofdry Leod. beia that of os e arter and Mar T.os. J. L. B.owN, Rofe ene : First National Bank of Gatineville. H.F.
out his immoene 0 of d ryI od, s0e. Johnso, eooored. President. DOlton & Co., Banker.
Prof. 0. B. Fieldil of Orange S my samples for men's fall and Exhibitors wlU se that eano will
Heights was n the o ly e otrday. wlanter iI or iM o 0 tIo Melot frm., have tgo by froiht, and mlt there.
Prof. Fielding is principal of the Or. Priest$ the lowest. tjyles the latest, fore be shipped not later thBan ho llth ltleK 187
asp Heilhto school, and rpor that workmanship the bet. We make suite of November, but sooner if yoa wish.
Institution in a most folrishing con to measure for 87.10 and op. 8ati* What you mad by epress, sueh s . IIO -r.
dilloa, ftehon euaroted ormoney refunded. ehbikens, dueks, ise*, torkLye, etc., H . I& L LOLJ.J OCO
Warranty deed and mortgage blnks Have also on hand a stock of bsheet ad fancy work, most have writtea on
for ule a thin ofleo, the form mad la marle. Oan furnish all late and pop- the tag attaehed, betwn the first two
AlahnMa county which saves moey la ualr pieces. O. F. Dorman, at Harper lines of th re-letered side of the
recording. '1J per hundred or 60b par & Ohasm's musie etor. dim tag, these words: "Ttj. J. L. Brown,. J
dosen by mll. Cash must are.any Priends of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. lid- Presideant" Yo re trol,
order. t on, who have been rldl ing thseit Manatler oad Oolintor. m ei**a 1_ V r luas a Seihe u- .1-.
1o811J. O. M_:- h d _. ": ":-. m an.rals, me':m_ -- s
M.JC. T row has moaed ilo for the past year, will regre to learn -- -anage---r rCllohrcUtr f a ,e *,-**. a o,
the EKndel Illi, where she will conduel that they soon ep*oet to move so JMk. "I Thank lho Lordl" o*r* lII 3Mtrt *1 5
a boarding house. Thi. resort hlas a1 oeoville Mr. Hudeon. who t, repre- Cried Hanah Plans of Listle Rock,
ways len p,'ptlar, alt the new land. untlnl Ihe Baker & Holmes COompaua Ark, "for the retIef 1I go from Book-. 'iZJ~EA T SVT X l FfOP T T r,
lady will noddobtt rt.tlu the repult. i the plty of tra eling lemea, lea's Arnie Sa le. It tred my fearfol __.____ li_111 I I| / I .... I . I I I
tion of the plae.. hu deedod that Jalkeovollo will ho11 M alBnl orO, whlb olhler wl e msi _____k_........_____
Attention is direotd to the ohlaltg more cenrlm rad convenient le rleoa, hola, and from whih I had eread
of advertlrsement of the New York hens he detiion so mark the for yer.." It is a marvelous healr
elsewhere in this isue This firm i1 The Elkt' toeoitl OLreu., whieh will teed as all drug store; I


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THE DAILY SU: iGtA


iouD


iRSB 5, 1905


Introductory


Sale


of


SOUTHERN


The


MU


S


Ludden


IC


&


HOUSE.


ON THIS SPECIAL SALE SUCH HIIGH-GRADE PIANOS AS


TiN Chickering, Weber, Vose, Ivers & Pond, Mathahek, Everett, Steck, The L. & B. Club'Piano, Lester, Smith

& Barnes, and Estey Orgus, will be offered at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.


VERY EASY PAYMENTS at This Special Sale.


A. R.


HARPER,


Qno West Main St.,


S


, GAINESVILLE, FLA


BIG-.NAVAL STORES IN MAYOR'S COURT.
MI AVAL STORES I
Two Colored Damsels Paid Dearly For
EALAT ROCHELLE Little Fun.
.Mattie and 1{oaa Clark, two snuff-
colort l danmsels of the African per
Knight & Williams Have Pur- %uaion,, were arraiined before Mayor
chMed Interests W. H. Pope. 'Tl"mas upon a charge of using pro-
fane and abusive language, the specifn.
I nation being that they proceeded to
THE FARM IS A BIG ONE I,
c"us. out" and ahuee one of their for-
mnir female friends and companions.
Comprises Thirty-Three Crops, and is e defendants did not deny that they
One of the Most Profitable in This uied language that might be oonotrued
Section-New Owners Will Take as Lunbecoming a lady, but declared
Possealion Immediately. that they were "jujt teasing," and
had ilsed the ame language, or some-
An important and extensive r al thina similar, directed at the same
state deal was consummated at o., ^party before and nothing came of it.
belle Saturday, when the naval ..ut perhaps you were allood
storesinterestsof W. Hi. Pope "~ire friends then," suggested the mayor.
transferred to Knight A Williams off .e sho' wus," replied the Clark
Oasia, who are already among the girl in chorus. "We aint on no bad
largest n most lucctfTul oprat,)r tern now, only we jes' doan' speak.
in Marion county. 'oet we has ter."
This farm comprises about thirty- .."ell." remarked the mayor, with
thmre rops, or880,000 boxes, and ha ll t he dignity of a cirooit rider, "I
." .' .'" V' ,l l .


ben worked %p prolntauie aavantai' dislike very much to see these matters
for several years, having passed ,ome into court for a public airing,
through the ownership and manage. hit I will be compelled to floe yru
mentof many firms and individuals $2 .) each and oote for disturbing the
It sk regarded as one of the best naval peace "
store properties in this section, and Tom Jackson, it s said, tried to
while the price is not known, it is safe knock Jiek Elliott down with a di.
to assome that it brought a good carded ham bone, and wau fied $2t0
flare. sad costs upon a ebarge of disorderly
Knlght & Williams, the new owners. cn,,jduct
will take poeession uf the property at


oce, aod the business will be Cen tin- Harper & Chae Dissolved.
ned unamolested. Iarper A Chase, who have been en.
... aDged in business here for the past
Worm Destroyer. I year representin the Cable Company,
White's Cream Vermlitue not onlyl pnos al organs, have dissolved co.
kills worms, but removes the mucous i.rtnership, the same having already
and slime in which they build their gone into effret
netes; It bring*, and quickly, a healthy .. It larper ha. accepted tbe ageln
coodition of the body. whrt worm cy ,,f Liddeu & lates, while B H
omeO*esist. Sold by W. M. Johnsoo C e l ll annue a the repreoeots.
'tve of the ('able Company. The
l IT H I r change. in the opinion of thee
U f H l~ll~pire.ntl,,-n best for both. andthedl.
KVa 1YVU e ll UU UIUa ,: 'olutixi waw eoadu.ted on perfectly
SYsamCsicablr plans. It was deidedd bad
A Idlrl' sao free from Ind r' or l,th, as th i. lood hoes. d
tk n kyeswo s be bappy with x our
IsM yadh r arafelow-ia. both will be repr*rsenteij by hoeet aad
Tbhesam ilta m esrthto get a manq' i o(niertltve hilliere who will work
eeI "iat of wla is" IL beatIv. worry redl.
w*tell KOinimle by sverlrasoms Frst. the along honest and eoeeieatlioes amns.
mUaI.arl foo i. reeeod. &be cook-
I W r. e Sr the Mr Harper will remain ln the gear.
lae I e O healeS bread I! I mIesr' It' f,,rmery ocupued by Harpo r A
- eer*?etse. WI UeR l TVu I.rM T
Pll0 ert or "-M wit" is Ihotnto bow U> I (,har W.'t Mailn street. 1, while Mr.
at~dt hehe tIa. Our breed doe cot ad the w Hill
Ion t beaiedes and to mear Laustaace Chase r wit Ie I-werd in the new Hill
It sI i mea euhpl ltaeidin. .ast l.ltwrtly street, opoite
ETYSTONE BAKERY, the ofee of the. (aOs.metll Cuo N d
Phws I. T a. riat, p.I kleetric P' wer (o'mp*ny
-I ..... FAaew's Honew and Tar.


MAX KRA USs6 Foley& (.(. (A b eCo, filgsted
3n~asaeg 'Hnwey and TaIrA aR IhGS 1ad lu10
E remedy. r(d on aceourg Of the OeVI
lAW=Sw"merit sod ;-orulaltl of Foley's li e..
ard Tar many miltatumsa are ofered
WNILESALE SOES too,%theo- Soiutas' Ttresworthles lII.t
WA. tations tare srr ~uoludiagnaum
wars of themw fThe geaule W..
Ulr Icy's Homey a Tar iastosa ew
AUV" IW QSYO!M bern* a I )r itsad refrnsa
VAII O haobotSium It s the tbst r eMdl O
all ow lghae art e,iis J W X"Jsu


L R~wW & cog .- -eel bourgivves to
a .A ceshbt. ;--* r tie 0- o t I &. areS
DROURS. -- U--e-e an ~".


S-I I~LI Rhe...I finhe b a n a" a
%%do* 00% slob"d m wassyed1Jtep6e~~
Sam T. 21110046"eNames& PA!.Ij-a -." Uion&US
wU we"a "y lwres & S* 0 lb* wgd boom
S sad being ate rtnd atO sheM" JIM
_WI N D _s o _r a n s 4eAwc ws ml o
r up.UOWN
L- --- L--LII ~w --,1(IChaIs.IIlC3


AT THI CHURCHES TODAY.
List of Various Places of Worship
Together With Siubjcts.
Service will be observe, d at the va.
rious churches today as f. ollws:
First Baptist Chu're, I ev. B.
Rogers-Sunday school. I :' I'reb
iiig 10:80; subject, r' rtiatin Oit.
isenship." luabrams Ieelt at 2:80,
and B. Y. P. U. at I:80. Evenlngo or
vice at 7:15; subject "Twollteth
Century Christian." ThI, ubjeetsl at
this church today ale intended to
be praoticable, and will li preahed
largely in the Interest of the boyl a d
men and their relation ito government
and lhis age. The pastor extends a
oordial Invitation to you aid your
friends to asted theec .rvliers. The
pastor will preach at Fairbanks at 8:80
in th afternoon.
Kavanaugh Methodist Church, Kev.
T J. Nixon, pastor-Suiiay school at
9:801 .m. Presehing at lo:9) a. in;
subject. "Witoeses for Christ." The
Holy Communion at tlhiis ervine. Juno
iorLIasgeat32:lp. w. Senior Lea-
seaDt ItO p. m.i lIader. Mie Mary
Bridgelo vealeg serve of 7:1A p.
m; subject, "The ikcl Man and Las-
arus."
Firat Prebyterila hureh. Rev.
Those. P. Hay-Mooming serv le, 10:20
a. m. Thanksgiving eorloe fur the
reformation of t. sxlteenth o.
tory. Oferlg for ulmlae srial eduea
tlba Sbbash school, 8:80 p m.
We.tmlnter Leeaue *46 p. m.; topie.
"My ovenana." EierC ing servloe
7 :P). 0
The eal servir will be observed
at he OChristeI Ad e-at, Holy Trinity
IrPIMopa 4d 89. I'atrieh's Casholle
Sehurelb
City Dsrwclorr Foe ater


Woe h"v a nuttieor ot fopies of
iens'Olsy lDlreltr) for sat. as The
sun olle. Is it a heady refewMoe
bosh for buea. med jrwdeenaal
"we.gislagi th. Ow na. reeLdeat..
with stre*6 m&d muatomerv. Pplce. $

Qum ucetobkoIeIney


Is off"P4 wisy i Vaids F.Worida
ms, I Work morQIrrcoa

Wo want tol a In .,-,-ry vowu in puorie
0T.o sa mtw, 'v the pvmt we went
bbp to Ollby Ie P% U o Isr Ils SU
Milk Itelf .
JIM SUM. s" liaft"VA Wqvkf7-
0-retoV, allt hA. m
$ am toeVOWA 1,,# amp 81
I tI w M b e t a rtr
ReLg, wmemer ~ l A,
Wa will West I, o. awe I).D
mm"d i 4ad hrlmwr's oU C" Fo i
OF TOt' AXP: 3wrft of
r a .DAtaC VI

Wo, at" 11 the GoI
6 ma .sho u m s o il
t~tt or Tics O* AM-L -
somb sbe 1e0

kebba t aking noaat4
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UNN hWnft i


THE


Bates


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ajrv F -cvrls ches latiot
Diarrhooa Dysentery. a" Urn
Sewel Troubes of C9lWM 0
A ,ay W A 0 AI4 Iis..

WWI no*001%for mn a toCC. W 9 L g 3L L
Is qrww 11106001 AW 81Vft A~h





,,G.AINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS1..
I -- UU S---
IFn sOda Wter, all avorNGie L e ot a Bid her, Ce, I tr 91c.
UIAINEI:IVII1tDk, LOR 1DA. I
Write for tioes.Comse Bed botU90a raoe 8mtoWil.but nmusth etbrslums.


At Ithe Tent Theater! CSNiS A6UXs
Ihes 0. W. lark lcug e k ('timpany
*ehood a week's ergagrientoe in thisl
sity Saturday nilght, priveoutling that DR- I)NuKHkmI.N~~t$
thrtollin00 story of W estrnftr i elI N.
"Arlsous." ..DNIT
As rarly a.s 1c'slook thero was hart.l
ly es t a n id lu g r o si n In t h e b ig Wte n w h i eh 0 k e o e a o m P ~ i s P t n s 3 r s f
goes In) $how the popularity of this --
om pa y be- her- .- -.--
The pplayw a pre ovn ldi I n he sam eA IJ
P 'zoleaieuman Not which charaetoee'olaee3A ALaK
all the work of this e rzllean t e ijoaRy, ATTt)RNCY AT LAW
aned all ulho attended were wellA~ ~hra qat
plowsed.-
Mr. Park wie from hb er* to ( Deals. Real Meal lttaW Um eyaa.im mBd on-
too will oelorn in (ilanetwill slfer. e' rI P *. All bueiasee pro*.J
making a tear (f the hlate. and It isj anstoded .*l. I nextdoso ha
1010. UAINIUYILL8. FLORIDA.
noodisee I to oadd that hOnsuinpmr will
he warmly recclreltl yher r e F )A IIAYPR

a Y. P. U. Social. I AFOUNNV AT LAW.
The Baptist Young People's chrio. L~~r~.
OIn V.loo sed masenjoyable eak.
eital atthe boose of Rv. and NMrIr. Clem sell your iei tproperly, (l
mad & auimproved) hpe
8. 8 Roger@. friday Oevenlo. The littoolag W Sad 5na1aZ4i. dhi
allair wass larself muenado iad highly a lles ofwhat yuou ~rt#ash. 2ft"
erjoled by those fortunate enough to
be wirs"S. W 9. BAKU.






The sot bowwas awarded to SAKM
1lse Simpoos. whie #be opeouod (010 A'rToutNKY.AT.LAW,
SIn i Fd Iot of Mis M Fidding
As. she Ie ame sesf. hOshorf 1a`114 ll' ul IoLro IMOIIaIOII
kM ad e of so w fromu he wa el sake to
the be o eal e d l o ves i o a t. ass sake I NK VILLK, Aimbes C o., iL P.
so Iheir beefS's ceatso,.(e aZdlSo.
A Plwseoisoeeaa0""b"
ZEalo TagSOW d Fbre IP1ampps' on.
Sn aIm. p sabor of sharir! D' iJ-H, ALIDLSMAX
Yom Man& sit 4e bow of M 'r and I
viar eglfoma.shemeofgrlIrl






1111rs 1 1 ,1 Ify v. i mlo wpolay U a I D 5 111 ? r 1 0
-lot "M." I T evowssi was Peasselli
Is. a . l e u b et e e eo d Iier e m a 0 o 1 me m o. s o m
iag the *"aweag d le ". to re sh r l r at re
won me .f.IC rtrr
wer Iee i.





AsabL w besrthe w ee dCo roodl V
st e w bag t t ome b oo. m wa nt hap py I

The -iim of M r as. K os*I T weed -
won ""a pis ffewthe Proesobytebe Oessis UffseLw 1am
diefhS6 e11woleek shealee1110100.
a.. 1. Uey, P. nor The e"W P411-
bem .a fte w 3 C. c . o 11 .Jr.Jar
de. 111. a. 11 mn, W S. 11ey. 751 o w EN7118 W I 211D.
to W Tn-okloa. Jeilsa T*04 T
Ii V u.kee ih. Teach Tb .~(1oaur r





si '- *r.e wl 9,600 e t 5j"11MM WLS. LWOUORA6ClUAR*
A I 16. son "e wbIha r a sS1 41ja
Nw ~.~ IIbo W. Iewsr i.~ued. I --- -
1mb 1. Uwa,4ee6 pmo Ugnr h~pst Sad dugbt. P Tm

u3rweI tswobe eu5. ~


Se e wel rl wIshe a b. F,.. ~I1~ t0U II


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2~.t t n Vr1 TisY.U Aret.
a W i'. .... Ses mpodng Roowa.


Is lORTICWNClK. %
ok & I I TxL513034b


1 pubbabtl" every morning op
lhtlWWr d by rrier % the city, or
'Wpafl te wUnited State%. petspt
apyw;r sps ixaouth.; SI'.stbre
11g Cets for fivi iwedm-etrictty If

o nticeai no local coumn so cents % UIe
i isrtlon. and cents for each aiWOMI


for display advertising mad keowe as


R paper. publaslhd ay Monday oad
Y mi ,a"d contaho all thea no" o tte
wed, local, Saiat and general, ad wilt b
salk, postal free, to any part of the United
W atesor Cand&, for .44a a yar-le advsace.
Al advertiag bills be ma due after Art
appsasea of advertldemet, unless otberwiae
,AMelbd aiinla e as, artle s ot known to as
I' wIrbe re ed to pay for advertlaim ia a -
l'i, Use% A"s THI DAMY SUN,
.m ..O. .vuj F iA.

UNIVERSITY DISCUSSION.
f or the sake of getting Its name be
411.$m the people Thu OltiaHna-Rporter
t 1 f Lk i0y bopes to be lifted out of
Ih obseorlty by allsftekl TIhe Sn sad
t e people of GaIt Ilvol regarding the
I btivee of our people la seourieo the
I eatlon of the Unlivmity of Florida
l I+t thisl ity. The paper says it is a
S'"ml eSlate ebpmo," and dsires the
lla fAl ob intoresd patrllo. As $o
asd OaIM vlnLe wlll realisw ou of
l o "sheme" we poblih a part of tbh
jM of Oblhirma Bryan of bhe
of Control, to bhow bow moeh It
6 e 0 'batse
"The stelament that members of the
Jlptd of Control will iSkl. the ero.
of bolMilge at sGainville Is eor.
QS.- A, a Joint meeting of shelo 8l
;smud of Dugation and the Baud of
trol the foads available were ap.
S"olomd aecon :rdin tn Io the *d of the
islbr isUMlalonM. Tbhe asumof t71000
*a ap pralead for tbhe oaruoetoa
t balldilng for bte U Wtano y at
k (Ioe Ise. Of this asIt public
Ai 11le oltimase of Gal mle1 do""Ul
0 ,M00 iO ca aniad hto upuwume m'
Piceirda Smimaapy pmpwftrbio o&6
saae for $MOOIO, whlt to t0a epfatie
o theb oint boards, rwu 0 pare et
u:IIor thbao t was worth, and l6eidae
S4e1ted a beautiful eIls contailong 519
SWaes of land. So that of the appro.
Sptriaon made by the Lagislature only
S4 will be used for University
beldlels."
Let the man of figrell take his ilae
and pselol and fillqr out how mook
S he Brate will lose by th t ransaction.
S.Oosatlnolog, the statement of Ohair-
M uae Bryan goes on to state:
"It s the eaprmeed purpose of the
b' iard4 not to o*Ieed the amounts ap-
Spropriated by the Btate Board of Edu*
Satlon asod Board of Coatrol na jolat
stosa thae ernatlon of buildials at
O' lantille, and if the article quoted
Sfro, as Its *aam a fair reading of It
I' ad lead one to believe, maons that
$e. te Board of Control will begin the
SreeaIon of buildings to oost 1,000001
i baeor the legillature of 1907 eoa-
SeaO, or If It means that the leglila*
Sfee at its next sesston will be asked
to make an appropriation of $1.000,00.
I t has an xooedinly *small fouudation
is a fa t. The Board of Contrul In Aol-
M datodllsed to a ept a loan of $100t,
tendered by Mayor Thomas of
Olelavlille nd others.
"It l kour purpose to stay t lthn the
a pplopHriaio, sad how it Eould ht
S Uathered from anything that wea said
et ti nmeetian of the bardl that an
S4lpoa dlture of this anmout wasu on.
Semplated I cannot oooneeve."
The land on which the Univenlity a
Sto be located doe not soat the SIta,
,i ~- tanthl1. Olaineville has paid the
LO See tatUhe old bulldlng It owed .
AIA ,made a pree-t to the State of
t asab. and prolered a loaa of
S100 a IO o ahead with the work
LA a tho rmerrnary motlvea of
thee aa M d la swouring the Uniter-
e l ItlQaeiie, the proposltes as

sest mIl to pea r a lSoa te s p of

his seaims to pesped. Thle st
aaat tha the la m a f at ae nialTer.
wm Ostieevith meaMd **heanes te
meel peepeprd yta Aat. The pe-.
H et GsalaeeHlle eupaseed when they

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',Whalt' your business be naked.
"Tryltg to ave eaoough money daring
the morth to meet my obligatlon the
rt f of %he nat ne"'," was the reply.
"Do you drik seoffee" a lady asked
a gOatlemas whom her husband had
nlvited todlaner. "No ma, I board,'
was the repone.
It is vry eaey to *ive way to tamp-
tation, but It takes a man of mome
etamile to say no, when be Is belag
tempted.
There will be more unahblne o Flor-
ida this winter than usual aecordnlg
to all th et ia of thes-ti~. This will
be good news to Northern visitors.

Throw a bunch of thistle dows to
tLe editor of The Ollon-.Reporter at
lak Otl0y, ard aee if that will mot
qulet him.__ _
Beware of OitMata for Catarrh That
Oalmal" "ereuy,
As mercury will early destroy the
,nsw of smelt ad Sompletely derange
the whole eyfels when eterling It
thrcngh the asoue sunrfaces. Sbh ar-
title asholM nver bea d o eeps oae
preeriptlosa efre repUaMble phyale-
anea, as the dmAe th will do is toe
fold to the @ad ou sa pOsi dy e.
rive trom them. Hall' COatarr Oare,
masofauseted by V. J. ha*eey A Os..
Toledo. O., mialos e aome ury, aad
ise takem ia 1t s*l*$e direosi
upo the bled o nieni -r-fta o
the yoteko. Ia beglme' BaUt Oaarte
e. mae l l glal tl-s-atWaeh
Ws takenTauO W
do. Ohio, by Fo. Oa. T".
sNtiablat feea.
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as a Ipa y dp tas maes to aba 8o at d eSao bm a *. Th mis ft ges*
as bewibei stated of Io s palt record by ItP p0 l sthe .ame of loe m ew
a member of thb Board of Trustees. toplfral ApMblie honors, bad S*osor
The idea was to have an Inattltbo 1. W.. i of that city will be the
ln Gaioeville tht would indoa pub- Iia at t wheel. Beastor Zim is a
ple to come here to ride that their Mnlo of sA*fta worth and bhi proes
children mj)ht reelive a throoglh. pe4tos e aoom eeis thet "The Me Ior
oastion, and to they most have home will reflect paen sad adelled iDio.
In which to live, is woold nastrally ieu oratie doetne Oand wUl ever menaser
haooe the value of retl 4sea and a alntfarot l of whte verl to harsoeser ts
the property in the eiamllate voilatty govermlnea-Waltirtl, SBtae or M. '
of the new University panda wooM dpal-Olf. o, r sad by .he people."
be most desired, on asouont of the Tbose wh sm ae qaslated with f io
moral and ,deatlonal ta( ophee orf r .o will how thaA Ethea y "have A SRE I
that locality, the owars moet lethdr nothing to fear for I s oprghtaoa ee sad
refuse o sill or enter lnto "a rel hooesty la deallnr with mo s ad mess- i
estate ubeme" ore".
The B3e s bill ha made oar opub. I I a i topT W.,tWt -.u fl- 'w
Iae school ba bot Is ever was, sad Major Oaorn Btler,.wbho has been n l
the lbokmanrblll, wih the wise jedg- looal adnit *~TTh w goanne Demo. PNiRT ATES tae Peree booas tho iba n 'lwsona
amea of the Bt Bosal of Ddeatloo. eras, hal bees seered on tIh B rald i S bree malt f the B d, od rai the MIusele -
al Control, will make tbe 8late Unti. *" bp". faji Asler fe hustln .
vernitty loatued ar-Seomeille the bet esloa amw sthbrerand a very clever
la the Sooth. It i sedleso to waste writer, sad The Herald eoold not fled I


every way superior as a city for a re. PrueidMt Roosevelt baa declared V. L aDef,0,P. .Tr we My *ure ,u
lfoed edocatioaal center. We willH TLuday, November Ioth, as Theake. wufeeo haeS s ah dag S re with paly
save our pearls, giving Day, Waw Itoasen 's
But s.eo oar irnlVrrgator he1 m .prowv- = fIa"- WM Or.
en himself so apt Ien lkin qoouetos, If to usaa't build don't buck. There Oapt oCs. l tliIoh
we wonder if he beasanpwer a few I II little paned n bouting agalns a ng s i Mt, Lamy O f ltm *ue T ~ A VS m4
well 1briek wall. -J A Llm8 MA USTITITESil
When she Bookano bill came op i s =H= S IS 350 50 M I $1.00
the LoAislaltre, how meus did Ike Ther is oaing to be a big resb to 1 BASLAl SNOW LINIIENT CO.
City do to aid the lesson Florida. Get that latoh-.tring out. S T. L U. Q A.
How mash did he easwho poshed
the measro expet to really o oa f TM
the nw fnivernlty under bth Baok. 0oPTNsI 8 OF IALSKIN.
mao bill losstd at Lake OItt, -A
How muwb doap r 0o"loar of thahr M e.a -bhr u M eMir wtan w W. M. JO B SNS01T, Gaieb3esvI 1 e.
Iancore clalm LAIl lost by ne. .... .. I n n
fallinl to enore tiet. Ae' WHaiersity *ealskin Is adrreld the world over tor .
l n elthat I.s sot s toeaess; and et the nd h' V
Was he Uivelarsty o evera seo s as h umat hair eualy as son and las Iy
when heaItel sa" the redlca Cause of an
a aodsatIoonal lt tlloatio at Lako haoe trble is s rw, wailoh ia se i
Oity? by a ire parasIte that esp the
Was the vael of the rel estate 'tt~ of t s at ewroot oe's I U A e Insd
erpl keis I e w prearoation that It
pershaaed at that poiat sahabed ina de s e~oa- pm.Withoout In [
the leao whemo hea t psp rohad the d thanut s i ha. bt u I, In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Oorreetly
land at aO ezorb1hait prieef eaM uIWeM Il soft o br aleW Written With Liberality of Policy Contraes and the Company
To*eaa eep*paeeof a a a Seete as we o nea't amGorr PaYS Losea Pronmptly
Too. Eih the M&asra'me eSam. taYpu
Itive editor i t Lak COty, we will tates ad of mwome owe their beautful n.sts
that the ITViaerety has a dasa site f r NeW't a RoeYle uoMi by
could befoad I iFlorids without ooadis drsst d so In You Are Assured
* Th *re Co., Detrot, Mibs.
mosyol ad wis het prices, ad if aon
people, delln o locate O Galasnvlle s. .l4M i A I(h Ob eIal AMulM That no serious los san overcome you without you have some
for the p.rpoae of edoeatisg their refoge.
ebildtr"pfaruig a healthy ose*.
sior d ow h Islsboe, hra! the k a lei l.









The mtl o* Islal kept opoe in the
mate tra ,of their own-oud Ire Lfe Accid t and Hlt Insura .





obheyrful a ppeal*ne, eoven if he elri L N g .
fro ta ive ly. l s Bta alono .tbis 1a111m r ti l None but Reliable Oompanioa Represented.
line. it would WO:N u serto a*te ;I 1C 1 ___
the da id at theUwrae.M hS=. to ha WA
.sbso l Q elUswMstwprta known as m'''b'"1La ^ JA BTM tU
sa edasaalsnal waters il0y of basi. -ateas h. urns.
8e6 men. posa deprive Infornatlan sheerfully furlshed. GAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA
them of le^S abaiso methods ffT
or down a O14a",Irmllft"M."

SUNSTROKS8. PARTIAL PRICE LIST OP
Theb tofte being kept open In thbe Wl ki m
evening akes the street have amor Weisi ies, W ines Beer and M lo t
oboheerful appearance, ee if tbe clerks
do weearao frown. R SLMW'a. IPVW 0AI4. IBU B lad-Jala Free--net Pro .


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.Tfl DTgAILY fSi: :nAINMOsWN P FLORID, nOYEA iR 5, 1905


ALL

POiF FLORIDA

'f Br t ip' From Various
b a of State.

THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS


Tran'srIm in "The Land of Flowers."
Thq ." "Boled Down" to Suit the
fj eaoder-ltems of Interest to

Tbe ~tlat church at Belleview is
Bow itu a pastor.
Jalr'tqntiles of celery will be
grors ag ond Palatka.
A amowteamboat line will be estab-
liehad W twen Leesborg and Eustis.
Oela brides are now married in
'"AMe bidue," which is the prevailing
shade.
Tbe lflit National Bank of Perry is
elamte to be one of the most solid in
the Stat..
tas ato.
The Wo eotton gins of Raiford have
beea boay, but the farmers are holding
for hiber prices.
Taylor sad LaFayette counties are
aid to hae the best timber for tur-
pentie *i the State.
The people of Merritt will have a
"1eool wagon" to run to Indianela, to
early the Ibldren to and from school.
JUan Ofeen, the man who shot
Oeorp anad Ed Carter near 8t. Ao-
geIWsIe, ha surrendered himself to
She sheriff of St. Johns county.
La Botler baa been receiving a
numer of winter visitors from Mich.
llpg, sad they come from one of the
blateMeates I that State-Eaton.
Le T. Towle and Walter A. Towle,
arrested for the killing of Lula Wise
and really near Jacksonville, have
been dshalrged. The Blue negro,
who was the complaining witness, has
bee arreed o a charge of perjury.
Mrs. 0. Hembry of Tampa, while
Oroasing the Atlantic Coast Line tres-
tle brilae less Thursday, was knocked
down by freight ear and she fell so
as to este her left arm under the ear
wheel, alSeb It so it was amputated
above the elbow.
PhoMsaleU Is again very active, and
several Ispeetlag parties are in the
Seli tdhe bvisinity of Lakeland. It
will eIly be a little while until. it can
Sdeflaltely be announced, with details,
that oee of the largest plants ever
Secreted will be itaess d in the imme-
diate elalty of Lakeland.
Naw people are constantly pouring
into Mayo, aad prospectors are nu-
merous. Everyone who goes there
expreeees himself as well pleased with
the towo, and all wem to be surprised
at the rapid stridetbhat Melo is now
making, si8 especially at the first-
elas buildhl that are constantly go-
ing up.
Isham Edwards, the negro who was
convitetd of and eoefessed to the mur.



EL DORADO CAFE
('Ieasgiau b Cslag a Fetart.
Everything In asion looked to Order.
OYSTERB AND STEAKS

00F1B the Beet.
PIRIcEI ,IASONABLE.

WEST SIDE SQUARE,




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MOZLEY'S

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EIGULATES THE
LIVER.,
STOMACH,
DOWELs,
KIDNATS.


The inventor of the famous "TER.
RELL SCRAPE," a man known wher-
ever plows are sold and used, says:
"I have ased MOZ'VY'S LEMON
ELIXIR for 10 or It years In my
family for the stomsob. liver and kid-
neys and find It Is the best medicine I
bave ever used. ItIs aao a sure mRv-
clBc for pain In the back or under the
shoulders. I have recommended It In
numerous caee to my workmen. when
sick and unable to work, and it haa al-
ways irlen terfecteatslaction. H.D.
TEIHILL. President Atlunta Plow
Co.. Atlanta."

1OZLEY'S LION ELIXIR,

der of Superintendent N. W. Eppes of
Leon county, near Tallahassee. paid
the penalty for his awful crime Friday.
Edwards was hanged at 12:46 o'clock
in the presence of a large throng,
niotly negroes, from all parts of the
adjacent counties at Tallahasee.
The execution was private and was
conducted within the jail enclosure.
The Jacksonville Elks have invited
the St. Augustine lodge to participate
ia the society circus to be given in
Jacksonville on November 8 and 9.
The St. Augustine Elks will probably
organize a company of Rough Riders
and no over to participate. Mr. Too.
nan Lyman has agreed to loan his lit-
tle burro as mounts for the riders.
Exalted Ruler A. M. Taylor will organ-
ise the troop of Rough Riders.
No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy.
From Napier (New Zealand) HIrald:
Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of
New South Wales, Australia, had an
analysis made of all the coogh medi-
cines that were sold in that market.
Out of the entire list they found only
one that they declared was entirely
free from all poisons. This exception
was Chamberlain's.Cough Remedy,
made by the Chamberlain Medicine
Company, Ileo Moines. Iowa., 8. A
The absence of all narooties makes this
remedy the safest &ad best that can be
had; and it sr with a follog of seouri
ty that any mother eaa give it to her
little ones. Chamberlain's ough Rem-
edy is especially recommended by its
makers for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. This remedy as for
sale by all druggist.
Another Indiana Bonk Robbed.
Waih.ngton Inl.. Nov. 4.--Pout
cracksmrn, proteDly the @ae mes
that rilobed tnh bank at Banborn ao
V.dIneXlay ninht, visited the Odon
hank. l.' mir n u ast of Sanlorn last
1tilih' anrl il*, o u)y ftuiftrated< in le
c; r .nf $(, (1" ti cr'a; h hi) it nt ltnro.lye
", I".. I ',,, 1 11 *t,- l patf bef.,r. tIt 1, eMA 1 .( forced (|en
Jarobt H<,ls agel t" )ers*. came by
hbe btulk at he. tilnia the rakSmtie
were at wl,rk %nd was s-tAi,A. hound
bands and f,-p lndl Magge sad guls
ed by an arm'il man ustil the robber
ed froMI tl<, ma were n,' maakd an.! that they
were strelrar.. i hini
No Case of Pneumonia on Rect d.
We do not know of a *ilgle Lnetance
whebr a cltgh ,r eid rrsulteld ta
pseomonia or ciren'imptiOn when Fo
ley's Homey and JIr hsd been tkbe.
l eurom eooghs .d coldn prfetly.
5* do ot take chrinee wlth some 99-
kaown prepirati)r, ".htict may coatatel
opiltat. which eais c' nst;1t1o0. a
eeaditlio that r-ta'ds rec,-.ry from
a eo. Ask fr 's,,I II ".Z an d
Tar ad reifo, any *.tbstrt*e: e d
J. W. McCollum A I'
Child Burntd to Delath.
S c ..n f ., 4 C
ttl I + .. t r 4
Sof Hkomer ()i;,, r f as a rfel..a e
terrible bra, .'' '* Thureday
e pytaye< ,1' fI'. (f a grate fIter
his het? hald I.l1 '," '.'m ad wU9e
ke wa treated by h< hwretwe ebe
ge ham eosreoO l is m 'be
.. e p ...a. I * ** be.
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WOMA1 OAIHIAO TO DEATH.
Entangled in Ropes of Balloon anc
Fell as It Went Up.
Anlderon, S. C. Nov. 4.- \ \M.iii
Broalwick. wife of Cliha' lroi I
wick. in aerosaut wltb RI' Smth
ern Carnlva! company, fell :' a ial
loon hlicr and was Instantl! t.:lI
Mrs. Biroadwlok was an n \ etl'
bllonmist herself and ur.a., twA s I
censions while here, but \ r not t"
go up this afternoon. 1' idau,
was to make the ascension n p,1 trla
Chute drop. and she was :itii l,
to give tle signal to cut .o re4
when all was ready.
She aive the signal ill :' anti
when the b4loon shot up I At :he all
sne tas seeBt hanging to tit .1 ,(,s h
twe'cu the balloon and the ;,:.ichute
After she had reached a a.'r .tl'f ul
2(o or :oo0 feet shE tdtopped ,* art b
striking on the hard ground l.1 \t,
Instantly killed. The be -i Ul
straigu t up Into the air at -. feli
within a few feet of the w hlIret
ascendc the tragedy.
Broadwlik, who was fa- Intr
the parachute with a bel. l'n ui.
somne distance higher andi i cu
loose and descended In safrl'
Most of the carnival Ip: ir In
cloned to the opinion that v I lr, wl
wick's death was due to su l iith'
than an accident. They Itlloa
wick and his wife had been ,i i r-llin?
for a week or more. and th ,, iliti1
with the fact that she wia, a11 ,perl
enced aeronat,. and theri,. Per nc
projecting ropes about the I.. xn har
aeas liable to entangle a p.i, i. lead
toem to the saidcde theor).

Son Lost Mother.
"Consumption runs la our family,
and through it I lost my mother,"
writes E. B. Reid of Harmony. Me.
"For the p t five years, however, on
the llghteot sign of a oogh or cold, I
have taken Dr. Klag's New liscoovery
for Oonsumptloa, which has saved me
from serloo luog trouble.'f ills moth.
her's death wasa sd los for M r. Reid.
buo he learned that long trouble must
not be neglected, and how to elre it.
Quicket relief and cure f, r aoughs
and eolds. Proies 0 and 1 0,); guar-
ateed at all drgl torn. Trial bot-
tles free.
Orwn oade" Man Captured.
New Tork. Nov. 4.--4ltsllutsd a
a suutbera farmer, a poetfce lapeo
tor arremetd on a charge of fraudu
leUt use of the United ISates malls
OMarles Harry. said by ilte govern
ment authorities to be an old-time
greata goods" man. Barry was arrest
ed on a similar charge a few montae
ago and was only recently i releasJ cv
$2,600 ball. Whbs arrailtsed a the
eoeoad charge today he was remanded
a default of 10.000 ball. Buse
UI ago J. n. Gardner a well to dc
eltlase of DaltOa, OG. rerlvej a
"wree gIood" draler wh oh as turned
Over to the peitasiter The ra
ter was take oup her,. nd arrange
MoD(A made or the di1il."'d insp.-tlor
to meet the man wuho led the car
cular. Thr Inspectir %as surprteis
to fid at the alipprnl .,lace Iarry.
the man he hai ut-u..-i ratllrd allic
a short time ago. and t.,, already was
Wailtng trial ia a "lgren ,ee." ease.

A Dietarous CaIl, "y.
It is a disatroes alam, r when you
lose yoer health, beesa'- todilstioo
and oaetlpetio have mi Ied it away
Prompt relHef ea be ha I Or. King's
New Life Pille They .+Id up your
digestive orglne and Cr, headashe,
dlasieeM. eole, osseat stirn, tc .
(uaraaa ed at all drag *a ree; le



TAMPA FAIR!
TAMPA, I'l.


LOW RATES
VIA

ATULNTIC COAST WE


GAINESVILLE

To TAMPA&I.
and Bu R 4575


Tuo" as usawle eeor 05, 71,
0.* a. 9L a" iI mm ft"~I
of moimahi" tItobw I. loll
V. U.N ic~retm~lk re ls
ON" Los orwu~
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a"-rn0


FOLLOW THE


CROWD


As Mr. Flagler remark-

ed to the late H. B.

Plant when asked

where Miami was lo-

cated.


Follow the Crowd in tAINESVILLE
and it will bring you to


HYDE'S BIG CLOSING OUT SALE


IF YOU.' ARK IN NEEI) OF


Dry Goods, Shoes, Millinery,

and don'tt give ii the first chalnct, you will
do yourself a great injustice.' Follow the
crowd, the liappy, lonuey-.Saving rowdl, to





G. W. Hyde's Big Sale



CLYDE LINE


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Jacksonville and New York,
Calling ts OHARLIWFON, IS. C.. both ways.
m. FIswut mt*f in L tlb. CssLu. ksi

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Clv& St. JSahms mivr Lu
otwoon JACKIBONVULLK and talA1POND
"opg'.a as talatih, Ase IftFreed., Sereeford eIadl.Simd ltaoeedira
Lmlup om ft. Jafre Iliver.
Steamer "CITY OF JACK8ONVILLI"
Is sppu(atedml as felloeW aeiave JACKIWJVILLN So~dep ?.dek
Gad monday S IMP.m. ka.returanil, lere Save114 ) M.qIN
Wedmedays and Vriays1. 8 a n m.
600,60"o. OCNUL LK
1,08N V&pu.. .. jimhsaville ..AI ...A
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Dt NOVEMBER 5, 1905


OUR nW YE

WEEIMtLE R



The Feather Sea the Craz of the Hour.
Lillian Ruesell' $2000 Gewn-Fash-
onable Fdaioe For Various Purpees.
Covert Cloth a Leader In This Se1-
son's Coset.
ly RINK DEVERAUX.
That the queens od tageland are po-
teft factor a creating and Induen .
lag the trend of fashion has been forci-
bly demonstrated within the last few
weeks by the revival and resurrecta
of the picturesque ostrich feather bo.
lSnce the opening night of Bernar4'
(Shaw's new play, "Man and SIper-
man," in which the faaclarting Ann
exploits the charm of tlbltllring a-
ceory, every woman in New York, tt
would seem, haq determied that one
of thee treasure shall encircle her
throat and enmuare her admirer. At
any rate, there is now a veritable crase
for these nectpIe&-o much so, In
fact, that the sbos are wall nlgh un-
able to aQpply the demand. And, In-
deed, ty ae bewiteblc g In their va-
riety of Wet, dinty color, brought out
In all lengths, from the lsort ones
wlb merely tie at t6e throat to the
longer ones which hang to the skirt of
the frock.
With her famous $2,000 gown, creat-
lag something of a sensation in New
ortk thib season, the popular Llllmin
Ruasel la wearing a light blue feather
boa, exactly'matching which is a fetch.
lag little feather muff with a blue al
gret1dlrectly on top. In theater boxes
and faahlonableo retarants featoer
boas fall from aristocratic shoulders
or gracefully drape the backs of
hairm, forcing one to acknowledge
their picturesque charm.
Bo far every feature of fashion yet
introduced emphasis the effeminate


TUr 1wrr qt co'%( KI11T IN ATHS IOAA,
waraa uaav iti MAr% M.
ratthur hli if blue inwlmiiuh. Smart tab-
rivi Iirii aIrvkis at.ril* m nr stulooth
Ua'.'l. tt ii i-eingms.r il Brosdhlitlia,
Iliglt%%eiaght 111A d wip'l.'.grsow In popu.
larth ti ont iinict,* eta! .trw t wear.
Mi'ft I 'r-io-h vsah ierom III it n rlety of
(tain1liug Ilotti-i 'lridtit' are extensIvely
up*-4 1 1-i* I1,1111- 1;1%%o114 tid 10 l4118"6, and
jAld f I& 11 el '~ lwia'-rivt i no and drap
dlflv-ii, nIv 11 iiigt 't 46111511ta asen O O
tiu''.l-v(lfiItT,,..i Ih-0If 1.r tl~i KMII(I W0


A Typical Macy Bargain
buys this New YTor
| Model Fur Lned
I e 96J Cout. Guaranteed to
be the beat value of
its kind ever offered. Every roat sold
with the understanding that If not entire-
ly satisfactory, upon return money wUll
be refunded.
Lst season the fur lined coat was quite
the rage; we anticipated that this fall and
winter season would find the fur lined
coat more popular than heretofore, and
therefore made arrangements whereby we
coul sell to our Mall Order patrons a fur
ltoed coat at the unequaled price here
quoted.
We have to offer 1.000 as Illustrated.
The cat is a loose double breasted model
made of black, brown, red and green
good quality broadcloth (samples ment
upon request); is 44 Inche long; has a
deep shawl oollar of sable coney; is lined
with gray and white squirrel; full sleevos
with turn book cuff, satin lined; sisee,
M to This style coat is particularly
well adapted for driving, autogng and
general wear.
The price we can guarantee only as long
as the quantity we have on hand lasts.
as It will not be possible to duplicate the
coSts at the original purchase price.
There Is no need of wondering how
ouch a splendid coat is mold at (14.9--it is
imply Macy's method that makes It
possible.
Order at once ad don't mls this bar-

L L MACY Q CO, NEW YORK
The LaMet D Goeds td Departmie Stei
Is the UIted Stales
ii il I


Nothing la prettier for trimm
bodhie of a handsome cloth goD
()n the avenue natty little tan
cloth costs are everywhere In e
sonme In ihort Jackets. others iI
qpirter lenlrth'h nmll stlll nollern
lir\ almost to the hottom of th
.A cii't nwlel thil rneninon Is a
Slllmltearpart of a ninlit' lpriin o
'I'll atylve rC.lt 1 (1n'*e Itaick uti
.'t'l iturnled d iwn velvet col!nr
andi tinlhed will a double row
born buttons.
(overt cloth coats In loose em
fects are a trifle more drwey I1
one doreritld above, gold bul
tous and fancy collars trimming
of them.
Occapi onall" one see a sma
coat frtiteried with army button
fliti, h l with cralmnun cloth col
uriff. f -.
Man's Unreasonablenes


Ing' the
WIn.
Scovert
ridence.
a three,.
a reach-
i skirt.
Inmoat a
vercWt.
Id front
of tan
Sof tan

iplre cf-
han the
let but
g many

irt blue
ns and
lar and

5


let ,i,i'lar col- Is often as gwret as womal's. But
to. This. S. Austin, manager of The Re.
tin,, of the nl. ,.rtet f:ithne for prae. publican of Leaveoswoil., Ind was
lIcal w,-ar iw S wih,'. hanvw.ight mo- not unreraonable. a lihe he refused to
hair. Ierh.p Il- 11 s1t',, serviveahble ,llow the doctors to operate on his
dirw Iabrlll. ticiaI* hllt. T re ~ jov ul wife for female trouble. "lotoed," he
str4ll4s. ihekt' u111 ldl'sl, lls. many of says. "we eoc'lud.d to try Electrie
lthelm tilni ane't au'p-..- of -'t dur tters. My wfle wa t heol eo lek she
1agllr .l k..,>il An Slox.1...,,,.,tl Clurs
hie in balr is thl4k' .",tsi. wh!th oulj hardly leave her bed. and fire(6)
adds to Its warinth awdl *.rS iu,,hlllty. phyellansa had failed to retle ber.
For receItion ansi ,l t\sn i nwa After sakle Eletrie Hittere she was
hulfta, I vret r atnd hifl'n i'eithr lead perfee lyeured, and aan now perform
wbrr handirlm, i, -s% Ar. ',eirdl, all her boeemold dotie.." (iUartn-
and for lea ,iapcrnie c tllle'. ir \,r arnd rseed by all drelstg*e. l'ree ko'.
vellts1N are a. uul'L aoru n er -...
relr trliantUiig cksh iunes einbreld Clhamp i Typlwriter Cantot.
er' sad bride are elatsworol employ. New York. Nov. i --- he cootest ftr
4e, geld threads towing tiiu'kl liter the typewriter obamAtoashtp of th
pr'se throughoutt Auamlc the sartl Uldted Mates was held lo MaJsdt
4l ltbr~ lrle prIecte in ti n trtm. square Oarden last lghbt Tbhre eSre
wimp a Ua formed g U Is onteetants The wtinnor of the *ret
thque of largb ~atat fl owsr itgt pt e of $ w9 W Paul Miater. of this
pedMo to brtag out the design t hb cty, who woe 2.09 words ta M ISt.9
oeatw of t the Bowrs. are e abrdM et Ma Y* WrtR also o N K
medIn ti se Preme knot, their s Yore. w the s5eP S paeo of S w
kblet eath$ed upot the sertmal et
ua rmod of I .04 words la thirty ma:
wrkc the goIwn to made Inu mrh y om
rhiedery milk Taf. Me Mf u milk O tai(d. et the'
whic *tllar dmesgs have beea sp -uo of mM aa*.r u. te Was
sied esM to wie aG aMW ow wit with a meomar ef wels.


~ 9L .. a ..
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PRINCR LOUIS AT WASH0INGTON.

Eritish Admiral Is Entertain6d Royal.
ly at National Capital.
Wathington, Nov. 4.-A reception
by President Roosevelt ,at the White
HoIme, a dinner at the British ambasay
and a reception and dance at the Brit-
lah embassy, were features of todaf'l
program for the Prince Lvous of Bat.
'enburg.
Greeted by the British ambassador
Mad a.small delegation of state and
naval officials, Prince Louis arrived
here In a special train over the Balti.
more and Ohio railroad shortly before
soon. He was driven to the,British em.
baasy for luncheon and In the after.
noon was received formally and wel-
comed to the nation's capital by Pres.
Ident Roosevelt.
Officials of this government and Am.
baasador Durand are. planning to do
the great honor on the occasion of his
three days' visit here. While pains
bave been taken to give no official
color to Prince Louis' visit to Was3-
ington, an impressive feature will be
the presenting by the Prince of a let.
ter of greeting from King Edwarl to
President Roosevelt. While the prince
was being entertained at luncheon by
Sir Mortimer, the captains of his ships
were entertained at luncheon at tbo
Willard by the captains of the Amerli
can squadron. While the dinner at
the embassy was a brilliant affair. tie
reception and duntce which followed
was the smar'est function seen ID
Washington in some time. Several aun
dred Invitations were Lisued.

G. 8. Burhans Testifies After Four
Years.
G. B. Burbais of Carlisle Center, N.
Y., writes: "About four years ago I
wrote you stating that I had been en-
tirely cured of a sev-re kidney trouble
by taking less thon two bottles of Fo-
ley's Kidney Curr. 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 poured
to stay cured, and heartily recommend
Folil's Kidney Cure to arnone suffer-
ing from kidney or bladder trouble."
J. W. MoOollom & Co.

JAPAN'S EMPEROR SATISFIED.


He So Expresses Himself at a Banquet
In Honor of Birthday.
Toklo, Nov 3.-2 p. m.-At a ban-
quet given n hInor of hi birtn lay to.
day the emperor expre.,sed his snall
faction at the restoratilou of eace and
toasted the over( igns and rulers of
the countries report ..nate. at his court
Baron d'Anetian, the Belgian minister,
and dran of the dlplomnatic corps, re-
plied to the toast.
In the courseof his reniarks he said:
"The entire world experienced great
Joy and a feeling of ge'nulne relief
at the news of the completion of the
war, and applauded the peace which
was Inspired by the loftiest sentlmetas
of humanity and ads such a beautiful
page to the glorious history of his
majesty's reign."

When You Have a Bad Cold
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a per-
manent cure.
You east a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and keep expectoration easy.
You want a remedy that will coun-
teract any ooedeay toward pneumonia.
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to take.
Chamberlaio's Cough Remedy meets
all of these requirements and for the
peedy and permanent cure of bad
eolds stands without a peer. For sale
by all drupgits.

To Ineapset Qrf Cost.
MooMle. Ala.. Nov 4.-State Realth
Offcer W H Sanders and State Sper-
vsorr of iealih Dr ('arles A Mohr
let the clty at noon atolay la a special
tr.!n ,.r the In .ultrllle and .'aetvlle
.oa1 far a v0,ll 'o 1.0e Mlis ie:ppi
roast for the purpose of l wing Into
hraltt" rnditlons at -t"tntunll. (tc*ran
Spring. I't oal. Ouifpot( M stlame.plp
(1ty and ,ir polatas.
The% quaraatlae officials will return
tealght It is ald that the trip is
made a!i a riew at raletag the quar
aatile agalat it etire state Refiw
the state Msd aalppt wllU withdraw
Its ,,aranltOe agatat Nwv Ortwma
the Albraas a tbrtlwte wrse iar b-
ed wft a aftl rwprt fW ed4tte
and oaw It hag eeaneed. d It is expet.
ad the A:ahama phya blaau wu to
thorob t;:y satty theRmetve

t, he B is le OuaU Te
as surn sa.StbM ea mad well-
lsMi sme4 m. Whtmsi Seesh.
an SM eoS. ow SMMSs*ba S "t
mew s he -a m ea M am.
1aysaifi
toll.


Take The Atlantic Coast Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
VVi Vl> Ii a
DownsDDonts SP. A O. DPon ,
Nr ror SnamJbt p Jr'vtlwe a,
Slt eaJs'yte .n U Jlacjo ileole vu 1 tMonusomerv

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in effect April 16, 1906.
Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive rom
8:10pm High springs and Inter- 8:80 am
Daily mediate Points Daily


12:18 pm Oeala, Leesburg and Tampa, and 8.40 pm
Daily Intermediate Points Daily
1:60pm Palatka, Jacksonville, 1:85 pm
Daily North, East and West Daily


12:06 pm
Daily


High Springs, Waycross, Savannah, Brunswick, 8:16 pm
Albany, Atlanta, all Points North, East West Daily


8:26 p m 8:66 a rM
3:28 p ai oehelle, Micanupy and CitLra a
Daily Daily

8:50am 7:20pm
Daily I High Springs Daily
ex.Monday ex. Sunday

Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the prin.
eipal railways n the Southern State, are on sale by the principal agents.
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantie Coaws
Line; also via Atlantic oast Line and Southern Railway.
For complete information, call on
J. A. GOODWIN, Ticket Agent, Galnesvllle.
Address:
FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, Dis. Pass. Agt., W. D. STARK, Tray. Pma.. Ag
188 W. Bay st., Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla.
H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr.. WJ CRAIG, Gen. Pass. AS.,
Wilmlngton. N. 0. Wilmington, N. O.



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


No. 4. No. I No. 1. No. 8
Dally Daily. STATIONS. Daily. Da';,.


:, P Mw Lv A M Ar. P Ar M ......
S8 00 ........ ............Fairteld ....... ... ... ... 2 30
8 10 ... ... ... .......Irvine ..... ........ 2 20 ....
8 20 ... .. ........ Dungarvan ....... ....... 2 10
8 25 ... ... ..... ..doot side.... .......... 2 05
8 80 ....... ......... H lk an............. ..... 2 00 ...
. 8 35 . ...... ........ ke monton ..... ..... ... I
4 00 ....... .. .... M io nopy .........1 ..... 1 40
4 10 . Tacoma .............. .. 80 ......
4 15 .... . ....... Kirkwood......... ....... I125,
i4 0 .... ... ......... Olyatt.......... ........ 1 20
S4 30 i... .... ... ... Wahoota... .... ...... 1 10
........ 4 40 .... .... ..... Ro ky Poipt...... .... .... 12 6 ..
& 00L ...0 .I ......ln ....... 12 80 Lv
D000Lvj 90 ---9 0 o10 26 r
80 658 ......... Bellamy........ 86 9
6 0 7 06 ............. l.......... 40 9 ...
7 08 7 12 .Graham..... 882 22
....... 7 16 Ar 7 ......28mpo City .... 80 9 10 ...
950 1060 ...Platka, R. 8. F.... 60 p 600 a
...... 848 8 45 ..Late ty, G.8.' F... O4 p T42 ..
.... ........ 8 10 p .....Tallaha 8. A.L.... 48 p ........ ..
....... 11 O6 11 00 a .....Valdoeta, 8. A F.. 4 50 bp 20
..... 6 a 4 20 p .....Maoon, G. 8.&FI..... 11 80 11 40 ......
......... 7 8 a 7 5 p .......tlanta, C.of O ....... 7 ao 9 00
....... r AIt Ar PaI LVAM LTPM ...

Trains 8 and 4 do not run between Gaineo ille and Fairfield on Sundays.
L. E. BARKER, General Superintondent J. P. HILL Agenl.


SOUTHERN


RAI LWAY.


Effective May 28, 90o5.

2 VeetlUble Trafar East No. 84 N. t0 North aad Weft. Nao,


Lv Jakesoville. So. Ry 9 10a 7 669 Lr Jacksonillle. Fla.
Lv Jemp .o. Ky 11 40 a1040p LvrJeup, (ra.
Lv Savannah. So. Ky 1 20p 12 16a Ar Maeon. ta
Ar Columbia So. Ry 666p 6 00a Ar Atlanta. (i
Ar Charlott So. Ry 10 2Ap 9 56a Ar Kome, Ga
ArOreesboro So. Ry 1 I a 1261p Ar Ialton. hia
Ar Danvllie Ho Ry 221a 2 10p Ar OChtanouoga. Tena
Ar Richmood 8o. Ry 6 6 6 4tp Ar Lexington. Ky
S5 nAr rnc4inennti.
Ar Lytehburg S. My 4 M3 4 2Up .-.-


So. y. 74p
So.y. ly 10
So. y. 800B
do. y. 6305
So. Ry. 7153
So. Ry. 6 Se
So, R. 94k
4 A 640p
UA 7 O.f74


Ar Oftrlotteville do. Bys618. galop Lv Cioemnati u. His Four 8t Op
At Washington.. So. By 9540 50pArChieeio, BI g Four 71(0M
At Baltimore P. R. R. 11 Ma 11 25p Lv Vineinciati. t) Pa .0ea P-
Ar W. Pb'de'la P. R K. I4Op 28kaArChieago. III PaI.iPee 7
At Nrow ork P- R, X I- 41p 6 Lv Csnestati.o CH. H D. & L. **
No. 4--New York and Florida Ex. Ar Chleago. Ill o7 f
rM-19 Dail PIlimas Drawing Room Lv cift7& uai, )-
Ileeping Oar rt Tampa and Joeaws- I At Tolto, 0 C. H. A D. &ft
vll* to Now York. A _M I, Mieb P. M. 7 3ft
Ito. jpo_-WCobiar oand FiordaII vC os tiO Piti0
Limited." Dally Pullman Desrig At Pittsburg. Ps Ps PaLins "
Roum Sleping Car JaekeonviIe to Lrv looinaat., -_ Big- Yourg
Neo York. Ar C rv-land,-O Bit Foor 4 *
Lw Lozactguc. Ky 140 i
Tbr vwb 1 d M lof OwMy" So .5nAr Louisville, Ky So.Ry.
Ar %. Lewle. Un Wy I
!Lv Jnohssevil, Fla .o.0. R Ar Ialos. Ala I
Lv ftsh, Gm o4. .. oy L?1 5p'!_Psar*M. Ala
Ar Oal.bla. S.C Sc. C.4 0. Ia, _08=. SA IsiNe
ArtAshbvil.e. X. 0 So R I Ik&1p Ar Mewlhi. Tes, s Frise
Ar Hot4eI0aw. XN C s o. 1 725p .AtFCiyso Ti
Ar Knoxvll., Toao a so. K s 6))p Momphs. 'roaom
At Louisville So. I itIlift Hot rng. Art 9
Arts. Lis p It No. &-*The riaida L
Ar OaeraaMi A Daily Soid veetlbalo trua, thrwmg@
Y ~11" soe rd Pullga gn fn
Ske10-Vb Pollag be m No W llmea Drawiga37
Rom wW U294 Sloopianl Car betwona lipiPllrr Irrny
jorkamwillo sod 01winaall q a _pollaws Dvaoa Ies, Room
'8100PI DO One betwoes j -j
biemiushava.. omp Jo, ehaMyUR~ie.
Mao 0 iss alog CaruIlenk.. and C-610Mind. rmpi as 06

ARtIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE
From ew YoTi. t'Wwobsagia ufe -N*-. 29- "w his ad Firida LI.
1wd." 00 a.ma
Vim Wo* YoTi. Washiss. a.- *e w&&l 85 ard, Florina s f.
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FL()RIDA, NOVEMBER 5 1905


WILL PUNISH PERPETRATOR. How k Baby Today I

Chlnee Government WHI Avenge Mis Better, thank you. In fact, quite well.
sMlari' Deaths. Fat, round and full of life and mischief.
Wahington, Nor. 4.-Mr. Rock:lill Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim-
miniter at Pekin, telegraphs the state ples. No cojgh, no indigestion.
deprtent today that he has just All on account of
bees formed by the foreign office
fa au attack on the 28th of October
by a mob upon the American Presby.
erlan mission station at Lieunchow.
ia th province of Canton, In which
abe nitnon was destroyed and five
mislonalres were killed.
Two mlssionaries, one by the name inistered by a mother whose love
Of Patterson, and the other having was tempered with common sense.
teo Ohines name of Ming, escaped. She knows that OZOMULSION is
'Ie emperor issued an edict order. a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
lag the viceroy of Canton to inflict too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
exemplary punishment upon the perpe. plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
trators and all guilty officials, and di folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
reacting compensation to be made, and feast. It cures Consumption when
adequate protection to be afforded for taken in time. All druggists sell it-
all missions. 50o cents and $t.oo the bottle. Let us
Mr. Rockhlll is informed that the at- send you
tack resulted from the refusal of the
missio aries to permit the fringe o Free Siample Ie by Ball
cannon by the village people during a Write letter or postal to
festival. He expects further details OZOMULSION CO.
from the foreign office. 98 Pine treet New York,

Rallroed Bridge is Burned.
Charlotte, N. C., Nov. 4-About WARSHIP MODELS.
feet of the Southern railway's brilgc One Is Made F eor b e New V Yes.
over the Oatawba river, 12 miles south That i srie sae Piame.
of Cbarlotte. has been completely de- Whn ,r iie.:. Sti p1l111 a new
troyed by fire. A freight train tniat wni-il, ii n tiiii ii:ti t re .oi ortf It l l :ll le
approm cbed the structure came very 1!i n.l\,iiN .',|\:tl lil., tiit. rt'.i.t \Ntl
ear pluh going into the fiery mass. thie l'l in .1i l rei' ,ti ti, rut ocnl)t1 1 t\' o '. g'l
engineer seeing the blaze just In time t'fet I l I'i:l is ili111 i o ter tto liiinl
to save the train. All trains, both nortn nut t, i l \\II tt M Illi t i:e tle-iip or
and south, on the Southern railway 'iil-c'1 \\ill l ,i k liki \\.11'i it I. tiu-
aeve been delayed several hours on ac. lwsil,1i ft Ii 1 lr 'li w 11ti' i\>t','tl itl lo;t.
count of the fare. bl' the I.twt Ilnnl huli be nevrt.uiinit
_____________'i It I llte.


Negro Is Killed at a Dance.
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 4-A special
to the News from Huntsville says that
fve persona were shot, one being kill.
ed, at a negro dance at Crnelsey, a ne
gro village, near that city, at mid
a4ght last night. Sam Ruffin, a drunk
*e negro, opened fire on a crowd of
dacers. A daughter of Pelee Branch
*wa InItantly killed. Cliff Branch
wa fatally wounJed, while two other
women and a man were shot and are
expectedd to die. Ruffin escaped.

Constipation.
Health is absolutely impossible if
constipation be pretrnt. Many s-riousi
cases of liver and kidney compilaiint
have sprung from neRlected ccintipa-
tion. Sueh a deplorable condition is
unnecessary. There is a cure for it.
Herbine will speedily remedy matters.
C A. Lindsay, P. M., Bronsoii Fla .
writes, Feb. 12, 1902: Having used
Herbine, I find it a fine m edienln for
constipation." 615 a bottle ,old by
W. M. Johnson.

Findhelers Arrive at Stockholm.
Stockholm, Nov. 4 -4 eorge, W \ ''r
bins, J. Plerpont Morgan. Jr Mr.
Baring and other financiers arr'pe
here today tromn S. Petirsirlt ,**i
? ,lard the Rnsslan :'c.nw ,r (ilt.v it.
D M r M rl in ra.. n e ew.. lpil i !, os. i.


I et it tv e',4,tbi,4 are' built il % "h~it I,~
'nllthe' "hilli housett.' IIItheeis ii 3 % trd
at w'tnlitigt0o r i1ta'u thee orw~ligiel c1t1111
anit draNV.inii fir lt c iUitr or Ii tt i'
slip1 Ever3 (It-taeil Is n'rollcrs lte it I till it
semle tic'Icqua urte'r of ciii lii'Ito thet
tImpt Thliii'' ciit 'p 're e 1if th itit ln l

ihll* .t)r- bm- it ''' a ned anklemi,41 inmwe't't
e 1) itc II ice curd itof i-l ctttlvcrs. vwho
tmuLki i rIt Ileiii, and (1uggeitlotimm.
E: \ # ~I% c s ici V in ourll olurIlmt\3.l:1%
witilcet'it'. ircet njje'aerane IIcelIithi n ~iii
tutu. s'imijci iE:i'lthe. gulls. urtistthal
13, cm*' -e il owof wiwiel. tire. represent el.
froom'.te na frqoiiii hir jiortoi. and till of
tlic tiinoeir tc 'c c(10%rc 'i tlu oi 111t t 4, li11
chichcrit, tinttle liiitclic'., otkylf' cit'i. itcer
ill&: lie-el .4 siu even in ntc'iun itre' ri-
lIn"l1Ic.1l Ili ii ietal ofet l oeeltifl cHnle I
,tjh1.. I .vr Onle uaII (loftR all ttchi
%ii ii w. Il Iiii- M0,1' a 1malstie e of a COU1c1lc- ciI
"d(o\%ii n est iiblltlep."--New York 11cr
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CASTORIA
For Infants mad Childnar
The Wind Yu. Rv AiwApv hqht
Bears the
Wgusature of Ce.iVE4

MIHABEAU AND DANTON.


TArtI 1(niI. Mr. PerIin~. r't.i.. Hather T1, 041e -nlairfo.
I'u 1i Saturdait. M I P .:i11lct Ih iitlcte h -'ti thew
that w hen they succc'e'd. I id I n if r tjjr I. i, t 'if t tcr figu rt
In v th o O t0 h on n a a t ll c s ln uli" t = r. #% u t t Inc, i .CI. l.' I C't ( I
DtrikLerit tried to pri vet'll t t i lo.'.'. I h i tn.- %' t'i- IieUlt1;.1
from Nallng for St Ptc r 'riijc I's s,. i ,' ir """'iit We
MLsp'a a, however, succeeded In 0;"l.4106 U l,,tc It '
to. it -, i' 'II lt tle Ife
The Exact Thing Required for Con-,
stipation. 111 I
A4 a certain ptirgative arid tomactch tIe Ii I- .* ll
irrle.r Chamberlaiin's Stomach and be:1,1 il, .h iv
1.1'rr Tabletseiem wotbe the exat thi In trig l *
r"Wi40d, stron tenoogh for the mr-st ul-.a l im 1
7 bIbst jet mild enough and safe fir Ail ci"0 '- 'I ,t
e?.-ildrpo and without t Oat te rril'
ripping So eommo ton m(vt paorga-
*a R1b. PWebster A Co., Udora.
)ntareo anuda. For sale by all drug .x trtc

Waldo News notes. f % -
Srlu1. Nov 4 1-1rs Flvtch ori.p'.-._'I..-''t
51 T-rin from0 a boll on her right arm n, i.r U t ti
whceh is fteeing her moch pain. Ce A( ... .t' r
Mrs Latomof Jseksoeil is h:re.os .'*-
Ti1ile11 M11 L. L. 1ltrlekland. I,,,f@ttile e t xs a
Wee. 'l Aura eklud of mareeienmo 6A1"2th .L i
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA,-NOVEMBER 5, 1905


SEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED


Ka tter of Geeral Interest Gith.
red by Our Reporten.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paaragraphs
so That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Sweater sale at Marcus Endel's.
Ladies' and gentlemen's sweaters at
J. Manasse's.
Ladies' calling cards in latest styles
at Sun office.
Shoes for boys and girls of all ages
at J. Manasse's.
Children's Buster Brown sweaters at
Marcus Endel's.
J A. Parrish of Hague was trading
in the city yesterday.
Wright's Health underwear at low.
est prices at Marcus Endel's.
The genuine Stetson, Dunlap and
Yoeman hats at J. Manasse's.
Best line of up-to-date hats only at
L J. Burkhim's. Get the habit.
J. R Feaster of tochelle was trans-
acting business in this city yesterday.
The finest cravanette rain coats for
ladies and gentlemen at J. Manasse's.
We handle the Jewel line of cook
stoves-the best made. Ntw York
Racket.
Boy yoor shells at New York Rack-
et-Leoage, Peters' High Gun and
U. M. .
T. J. Cone of R'leigh has returned
to his home, after a business trip to
this city.
If you want boys' and children's
suits, get the habit and call at L. J.
Burkhim's.
Miss Jessie Bodiford has returned
from a pleasant visit to friends.in
Jacksonville.
Bulot Chitty of Micanopy Is in the
city, a guest of his sister, Mrs. J.
Fletcher Hill.
Deputy Sheriff J H. Granger has re-
turned from an official visit to points
nl the East End.
J. H. Cason, a progressive farmer of
the 8anta Fe district, was trading in
the city yesterday.
Ladies' men's and children's under.
wear-the kind that keep yon warm.
New York Raoket.
Our furniture department is full of
choice and useful articles at the right
pries. New York Racket.
Nicely furnished room for rent. No
cooking. Apply on premises, 13( E
Liberty street, or at this offiao tf
Miss Roby Hawkins of TFooma, prin.
elpal of the Teaoma school, was a visi-
tor to friends In this oity yesterday.
Turpentine leaes for sale at this of-
floe, (c per dosen, $8 per hundred
Cash must areompany order, dawtf
Mrs. NM. R Thomas has returned
frotmi n etrended visit with her daughl-
ter, Mr. John Lynoh of Jaconvill:.
Weston A, l:therford's cafe is op-en
from 5 a. i t 12 p. in Regiular
meal, sieeitl nrlers a*d oysters inl all
styles. dIS
tte. our ie i ,,,f ,n,'e t' Lnar cliay
worsted eniii at $9, $10 anid 12 1s' -thre
equal of I('h-e tI hat *1.ll for inore New
York Reket.
It iI It',,,m i i I ',,1l I',. hom e ill
Nrrtheast (la:n.v il'r ,,, \V Chase.
Mr. ',oucd will lik l.yv '-.t ~nith his
family in .la'k ,nvill,


If you itakt- umerit It-s 'imc. me .
leI ail umigyur tlavilri-i c'gy ~ i aft, Ilifit)
get Iltlue H I btivn 11111111 alli vl uiclis


TO RBMOVE
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
in- 10 Day-, iuse


NADI NOLA
THE COMPLEXION BEAUTIFIER.


THE NAD OLAQrL
(Formerly advertised and sold as
... SATINOLA ...
No chatfe la formula or paokare. The name
only ha been acaned to avoid confusion, as
we cannot ford to have o valuable prepara-
tloa oonfued with ay other).
NADINOLA ismrutranteed ad moner will
be refunded in every ease where it f ils
to remove tfreOles, pimple. liver*-potS, 00ol
lar dsooloratlos, blaok-bead.s dlliuri ar erup-
Umoa, eto. The worst me Is 10 day.. Leaves
the akin olear, soft. bhalthy and restores the
beauty of youth.
Price W0oentansod 1.0. 8old in each city
by all leadIln drugglste. or by mail.
PUrPARSp ONLY Y
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
Sold in Gainesville by J. 8. Bodiford
& Oo. and J. W. MoOollum & Co.

Finest broadcloth and Danish cloth,
In all colors, at J. Manasse's.
E. B. Godwin of High Springs was a
visitor to this city yesterday.
Mrs. Tadd cf High Springs was
shopping in the city yesterday.
The best dreasd men wear the Clapp
shoes, sold only at Marcus Endel's.
The flnost line of ladies' jackets,
both long and short, at J. Manasme's.
Miss Lillian Thomas made a brief
visit to friends at Roohelle yesterday.
Full line of comforts and blankets.
Blankets from 60 cents up. New York
Racket.
Marcus Endel has some very hand-
some new children's suitr, laes three
to eight.
Jost received handsome line of go-
earts it the different grades. New
York Racket.
Edward Nobles of Melrose was
among the business visitors to (aines.
ville yesterday.
George Evans, Jr., has aooepted a
position in the offlee of the Abstract
and Realty Company.
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Watkine and soa,
John Barr Waikins, were In the eity
from Micanopy yesterday.
Lost-Lady's opoe-face gold watch,
Initial "W" engraved on case Finder
leave at Sun o1Bee and get reward.
If you want an up-to-date suit, ask
for Strouse Bros'. and Grey Bros'.
clothing, only, at L. J. Burkhim's.
(it the habit.
Mrs. Lewis Clemmon and children
of Hodman, Putnam county, are in the
eity, guests of Mrs. Clemmons' broth-
er, J lI. Manning.
i. W Kichardson of the National
I'ion 'raternial Life Association of
ti,.,riia has returned fruut a trip to
Alalchusa and other points in the inter-
et of( his asrlciationi. lie report a
line 1tisiness


J. k L\aitnwright, one of the efficient
eImiloy)s of the Uiiited States land of-
nle, has cur rd a leave of absence
for a few days. and the vaeations is
well varied. lie expects to make his
deIparture' tomorrow for poitas n South
Fl'rida, where he will visit relatives
anid friends


ratia'lr A rA ncy t itRE D TrHI
I have, a.d titcannolt .I dnIw.l, the .READ TH S.
twet line ,of nU'., tu' ',ve *n.t chil. Ci ~al K v t s, Tax .,June 6. 1901.
dr-en's sweaters in the eoty >,t the l)r E W. Hlall. St. Lout,. Mo.: bear
h ab I tall on I. J. Hurkhin 11 etor--l to with pleaaore that I rw
Ciapjtainj;qN, \I Lynch of ih,. f-c. alnimnnd your Texas Weeder ir kl*.
ulty fr i tIe 'ni esisy our 'lir dia, has ciry and bladder trouble, as my wift
arrived froum Lake 'ity. and *I1! spend and myself have both need it ad *e
a d) ir rtwo th his family here friend derful rlif. ro Its
OVA&. W. Baaav.
The lo t work t, J~ote at I ., ; v y' -
'hinere laundry It )o want your A TEXAS WONDER.
liue ne itly dolit 1"' iive n i nel toe o small bottle of the Team Woe
.Speell atteutLor K.n to lad d.' hiter Ver. Hall's reat Disooverym. ears a
garmrnt s Priers right kidney and bladder troebke, renas a
The Womnan' ('hristian TImprrtance gravel. eo r diabetes. en-Ml ie*
t'nion will l'o'd its rrautlar monthly sOu, weak aJd la b ft eMiBi
merotit at tlhe reading-.roon Moaday a! m and l trreIularUltt of the kMI
af..rnor u at half-past thre o'clock. ays and bladder to bth e
A full attendane* is dee red WUSm. I fI5 b ldS U bMrkl l
If you want to t to Hea i en and will be net to Is a raG U
khae found two ards of silk cord. oe CseeB1 ?l I'eI *5* ti a
.lwhi and use earl gray. retar them s at
as emam. it tad MA am, Sa m 5. MUM
2 Jew W. Tom&* f. BI


Try one of our men's Bloe Ribboo
felt hate. The $8 kind for lea. New
York Raeket.
George Snowden, the planter of
Hatchet Oreek, wau trading in the
city yesterday.
Five-room cottage, for rent, fur.
nibhed or anfornished. Apply to J.
M. F4ewellen. dtf


Try a pair of King Quality shoes for
men. Price $8.60-the equal of any
$5 shoe. .New York Racket.
Captain J. 8. Neel, the phosphate
miner of Wade, was among the bosi-
nem visitors to this city yesterday.
A fine line of eravanettes, Priestly
goods, the best rain costs made, at $10,
$12.80, $16 and $18.60, at Marcos En.
del's.
If you want to dress well, there is
nothing in the line of men's clothing
as the Kirsehbaum make, sold by J.
Manasasa.
The Dixie Girl shoe at $1.50, the
Roxie Ward at $2, for ladies, are the
beat goods to be obtained for women.
New York Racket.
When you want a pleasant physic
try hObmberlain's Stomach sod Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
produce no griping or unpleasant el-
feet. Sold by all druggists.
Robert Ford of Mieanopy was among
the visitors to this city yesterday. Mr.
Ford is a dealer in "horse flesh," and,
although a young man, is regarded as
one of the most competent judges in
the county.
There will be a meeting of the Ala-
chua County Fair Assoeiation at W.
W. Ooleoa's office Monday evening,
Nov. oth, at 5 o'dlook. Business of Im-
portance. Let all attend. W. R.
TRoNAm, Pres.; W. W. COLON., SBe'.
Luther Holloway, sn of Hon. Wm.
M, Holloway, State Superintendent of
Schools, Tallahassee, is in the eity on a
visit to friends. He is a student in
the normal department of the State
Univereity,which is temporarily loca-
ted at Lake City.
THI BARRY 8HOE-the kind of
shoes all stylish, well-dressed men are
looking for-they are the leaders.
Made n p nt colt, box ealf and re-
lour calf-all soft, priable and dresy
leathers. All men need them-you
need them. Come in and let us show
them to you. L. 0. Smith, North Side
Square.


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( ke lot nice Ruomd Laee
Curtains at only 40 per pair.
Another line pr.tter and bet-
ter ones at only oB Pairr and
still another lot of slee oee
at $1 3. You must te *bem
to appretIate them. Come
early as the lot won't lat
losn
One piese norw Toweliag.
heavy and wous. only 7c te
yard. Buy quio.
(he beta e colored Ioti.,
would be eteat iao y to
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Oatihgr 5 8and 10e--It-

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THE CONTINENTAL CAFE.
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Famous Ceotlneetal O Iar ley Oy1y r. Drip Cofee. Western Meats. 8fr*
viee CUmeeled. Opm Early and Late&


Remember the Dutop shoe for at
L. J. Burkhim'. (Get the habit.
Mr. F. B. Hester and son, Raymond,
were in the eity from Evinston yester-
day.
Henry R. 8toke of Mieanopy waa
traneatlng businea in this city yee.
terday.
Mr. acd Mrs. C. E. Meltoo of Mies-
sopy favored Gaineeville with a visit
yesterday.
A strong line of men's overeoats and
ladies' jeaets in all grades. New
York Racket.
V. W. Holder, a merchant of Jones.
ville, wea thanseting basines in thai
eity yesterday.
J R. Dean. the naval tore operator
of EKpeuoha ia spending a day or two
with his family here.
Mr. and Ms. James Obhnut of Ala.
rhua are in the eity, Ruest of their
dauotbr, Mrs. B. F. Jordan.
Prof.. J. R. Duarrme, principal of
the Santa Fe *hool. was in the city
yesterday on boeineas eoanected with
the school board.
W. O. H ag of Hae. one of the
most seeessful farmers an that see
lk L*A =zanw&vn&& tose. he


Oplaosville trading F9ydrday I Losated i the Porter Bok. son*
aide mean .These irv&-swrn.bsm.
0.l. oja B IDl and l Dr Wilbur- ood %100a: and prompt and f invft
Lasater hare returned from AlIe"ba, srgoeo The peblis Wo.4l*y Luvisad
ahete y ey have spent the pet two and muaYe vleeme
days hating. The eoPt WSu lne00k.,
oret re*" etlen In westesf ior
meu.bend children. $10 swuat-
sv; D O N Ps .
FAeweateue as $2 W; 68 W sweaters
$2.46. At KaM EndlR*ar at1*4 ftag% ic *
apeartaedwtJ. L. #LCk$ll C4 t .
CeOsy w heal bwd b On eashabtis rV. Wha psI on0a LAbag P.
h the %e wln6w 0"M of 3o mah drag? t. L a. e .R a *e* w0I
b e8r tso"g10eeta raw
qbw a dplWef eshmd work wheca a & iye. .
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