Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01016
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 8, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01016
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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houtw TWNuMany Victory
i GrAr New Yor


entire Tilket Was Successful in
k -.The Race Between Je-
o d .Osborne Very Close for
Distrilt Al.orney.
ek sla.
Iewi YkiNov. 7.-The election in
Way overshadowed all else,
lstelring between MeClellan,
i allllnrae nominee for mayor;
,'lth Municipal Ownership nan-
and Ivles, Republican. This
li there wasno one who could
the slightest reliable estimate as
wlhic would triumph. Jerome for
VeiLL attorney looked like a winner.

| ,%ow York, ov. 7, 7p. m.-On the
iteirs received up to 6:80 p. m. Tam.
i la ms MeOlellan's election by
AD plurality. Jerome'* peAy
Jerome's elect ion by 100,000

orlg after 7 p. lu. The World an.
amdi it Osborne was eleoed over
bt, 16,000.
AtTD0 m. The Times and World
ned ,MeOlella's election by

As 8:10p. a. The Evening Journal,
L .i.. 'lls paper. eonedod Me-
lis a'eleloa. but later elalimed
t had won out by i aill plu-

t, Ohe sut W.as low, and op to 11
,la~ impoeaible to tell who
Ubp W o .iI ai'teat hoot 1

esoubtely elesl m rayor.
Hearst Ticket Wine In Brooklyn.
New York, NPov. 7-10 p. a--At 10
*'Ilek it looks lie McClellan isLleot-
Seover Hearst by 10,000 plurally.
Isvs'is laiket won victory in Brook.
F. 1 lJerome nuw leads Osborne, DIemo-
,1, for district attorney.

Weteon and Jerome Lead.
p-lYse lfe Day sea.
MaV York, Nov. 7-11 p. m-R*e.
W l to this boor itre MeClellan,
'i aeddae for ayeor,
a pleraeiy of 0.000 over
l in'* Republicu, beiag is
m ar. Jorme, ladopedenl, bha
leadlal O0*r., Tanmany's
e Disrliet Attorsey, by

I-tib*Us WIW in Bay State.
ims. Mass. Nw.'1-10 p. iM.-BRe-
tol the lte oleeltiem for gl-.
ie slt of I ils ul Iadwars,

UlAL. Ge, Iepei esl,

oAgt e01 ll i ,.

O Me p .b***hm s-im e h
O6.*W ?.-MIMOhrs amu

one" Idco emmsa"

b i n m si Ms, uk

'foaft nri s

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SOne Person Killed and Six Were More ,. .

L Augeles, Nov. 7--in an un- MAE TO SIA
precedented series of a<o:e,,blte; accl.
dents into San Angel, ,lrlurg the
pst 24 hours, one person was killed, Authorities Hint That the Em
one perhaps fatally injured and sixre
others more or sIs strlouwly hurt. pr is Thrtened.
STbe dead are:
Mrs. H. T. Austin, 3) ye'.ars old. 1,000 ARE KILL. OR WOUNDED
skull f ruat urel.
The Injured: The Riots at Odoes Have Cot an Ap.
Miss El8ith Pollock, 19 v arI of ag,. paling Amount e Lives an Proper.
skull fractured. not exlytol to re- t Is RanL
ty--Oalrust la Rampani I orougnotK
C. C. Davis, local real estate dealer, the CUar' Domaln.-
lacerated and bruised. Lt. Peteraburi, Nov. 7.-1 Ofticial
i. ID. Keni1all, sprinkling superlnten. lesr-ger ti o ug m ii .,,.
d(nt, severe contusions and hock. h .
*tronIL,) WorTud appIean ItoI .ute. it
Eugene 1. Titus and wife, woman In. ea. out Wtt' .I,,,,, .,nt
ternally Injured and may die; man u a o i in .ps tI a
brused.I e MUc ltspiemiorment ,, .e tli
Mrs. R. R. Rohhllns, of White CILv, Oh faly) to s Isuppol., , Aw
Kan.. arm and leg broken. atteutiou to tue ditiu t i . .< u
ulis Marika. cut ou lead. be rtIsIcualattions with wI. ... V
Mrs. Austin was Instantly killed, .rnanIt Is bebegdtl quc .t eiL
and Miss P hlock. Mr. Davis and Mrs lig ldila>r'I tiun couUtitU
l>avis were Injured about midnight oe of tlieu oomupialol' ,f lith
Saturday night. when the machines ta o thg tr ops and othli .i tes.
which they were riding stalled on the nl ction, boine aklan lfor ini ,r) p.i,.
street car tracks In4flont of a rapl.lly tectiOn and others for th. ,. ,i aI,..
running mar with tie result that the moa.l of t-,. woldlera.
car crashed Into lad lemonllrshed the "Altlougo It is imposlat .V u t.iPry
automobile Injurlng all the occupants. cas.. thcn. )ie ,'says, "o i.., i..e
Titus and his wife. an elderly couple, true cau.e of the coanlkt :. *, ati
were run down by an autoonlhlle while that their origin generaJll) I, i, *,
they were drillng at nco and Hill1 tility aruuted among crit, : / k-'t s
street. Lk)th were thrown to the str.cit of the. liopulatlon. The l.i or,
and Injured, their horse being kllsld dilsatisll.d with the mDaUu1t prook
The owner were Injured by an auto ed the Indignauk)n of thuoa I lv
mobile while crossing the streola on ed it with gratitude Iea1 ',to, at
toot. tacks and counter attacks. ;' ,t which!
In another colll-lon between two could be avoided If the poeyui, ,iry baul
people were thrown out of the cars condsence that the relorni, r.t forth
and Injured. Tbe Injured were re in the Imperial manllsto i tie ese-
moved In Phe machines and their eated. soruders accomto not hini
names were not learned. and only delay the reforn 1 blih are
-* -- delgned to give the ieopl. a represen
MILITIA STILL IN CONTROL tative assembly l which entle tiher
dllterfcem. Tih dut> .r every talh.
No FPrther Trouble Reprted In the l subject l the ompe r Is to aid It
Kenteky Tow*. the palcltatlo of the ,in*ry In par
Loulvllle, Nov. 7.-A special to Ucular, the aet cotcli tbe gnv.,,
the Post from MIdJdleborouah. Ky.. Nl. t romoks oa the import of the
saaryJtat everything is quiet this moral. pron. which momt unia. .tand that In
oi but the soldiers are till petrolltag e preoet situation i(nkm of the
the streets. Several uo css ohaeters Itellietnal force of ,o whole satluo
from other sIctlons have bees sa n 1 ~e1stryr. The t,s 're of the op
in town today. Deputy aberll Thom- pooimtlse. 4cording io ,e Runs. wilt
soa, who led the clUiusa' pos 1 lthe he pweeblle. The) *ll take the
battle with the outlaws yesterday. says trm of deIlmOtrailons 'o compel the
that whea they came la s ht of the government to rneodn its promises
blind tiger. Bell's two little boys. aat sad meet the wib eoa rf people Itn
out to meet hil, but wheo they saw pper claims that ef ('0<.out Witte
who is was, they weat back aSd laUImm flle to c mproihed i fofre wli
lately the outlaws r d. whle he is dels ni which asis
There were about a hnadred ahots of me(sos and ileaior r. irelsags rea
Lred, but no one was urt. or faneled distrust."
The rendezvous the outlaws I
right under the Pinnacle., sad is alnl ot Ode 1 auiet
Imprealble The law and OrJer Ode a o. w. I p. -.he
le*Iae i soill pushing the light Two quiet today I'
towin i quilt today I! hi ow mest
thoand dollars as bee pd Into te t thekil d
beds of t i efrd. trIaurer of the dorae thea t e ole here meashe
dar ta tLh r ecet riot* r hob
kSague. to push toe light .O09 T"e oily biep;'is ales am
c(pta1a W F Niholison ba been I .0s I eel'Maed".
made preuJdent. sad It Is beltWved or
dr will iswm be restored and bulaeest
Mwee MLee to Miet at 0 am*
be reesumeed l a ai.
I1+ rolulll ____1--__. l lBr% i m fl. r. -.--it
Kiltei y a ODrheo n Mia. l1mperaaIl sm11e UiLt ai m
New VTat. Nov T -Aadrrw Isams. e 1111 o -mer --4 mesndo,
agd S. *3w4 s ahot d klmdJ islite morM ll. h ow.......
to ore saidA S od the GOMM
a is aI g lbt at a teometa he I boso IN s-d e ii g *
Sa. lgeti "Ptelck. *14 thealsoj tos mlow a
a strt Iglga Pomehvlc. 94 s l fai thu fals e al,. I
7yar e, was probably fatly haave tu r I1
1. 1W -eti. hae of e ot a a M
wr slasm for the maivM 1 T -iy Mel Mrirwmus et 0 r.
SI in old. of the aame d4,'. He mItaaet la. C aae, -. I

ci -ess IHlaley a ,e ikp oll o 3ffra- alth It h yf- |aae (
hI .il who had bees rtlha a ,w Phtei l etah UBt se !
rq l snIad tee mther mes aiIa"g t 4d m G
agg imkbag they wee Lsag with U satiin hatred.
Mig aW '-ed them to de sie Te -
a r Ueestwad to shee **e* PWeqs 4
lt est tba Sageas '~ teesh she. NUe T
sI ITg grer ii thes Ioead Itr we.e AereI i i
ta girt IIg ynartgatt** a The -see assa(s ta maIk
i --Met trhu hbd ith e **m* h eoad g p

_The cslsy s 't t ea be
~ teula ao stabe Se

"1 t, ? 'eas. I r ier m,*. r.* *t- ser, I a +
~~U e ~ ~ s t.w vi'spu', :

4 ~~~e~iso& 48duo"Pewesat L to a
*m o woobm Mwv
-& aw *boom:


English Adniraio D epirkA After a Tlirve
Day 8oaarn.
Wasaingtou, Nov. ;-'T'oday vow'tir
64 tka Vimt of Aklitiiral IApIIv, or hat
tell bursg, I N to VA~. tl(.u And II his41t alI
Swu lke r rvliuiilttd tu alupelsb to re
Join hill iquatdioau of as*:r apctintd
III accor'littleswtai c'i' ul
cd Lv pracltcally all sl.: tub'lishid fr
i xiirs. vain Vidtt WIaIsI hiniti,-to niaa,
apacurirniali to Moatitt Vottifl. Priae,
i Wuen Ihs'tWe It thhe re i'n -icitn. See
rtulaly Ruot. Asslistant SLcrs'vnry Ila
0011, Aullsnsssaauur Durandi asld (' .alu
RWaL (tie navAl atac, eof the WI:
ialk i ibnaay, %%III acetimpaiy hiti An
tripcrt-on of the relca contallined II
Ut It-iiiier Isetlir of \'astr) lseitton amni
a %11t 1to the' tonfl, which Varloer
Lxulit plor'd a wrcv..a oIiowt~rs, %? w
midad. mtier whiaei the party returutll
to Washingtoa.
Ili tltlr pAmo iinde on tt l~phln
Ttiuioriow night litt pitnee Is to bt
tie L&wso ft dinner of Admirul $endl
at Auunhpiolk,4, hen & lurge nmubvf,.
will bt prest-nt


RefrIgerator Vessel Trying to Mai al
Lending Darmpes Warshlp.I I
Valirin. Cal.. Ntj%. 7" ('augh by a
powerful gust of wind while' trvlinq tu
utake a landing at the viatl % twiaf oiI
Marv Island tAvy )arr, yo-sten)n hic
r'frterator ship ('lic crashed Intsil
the cruisefv Marblehead nRd Into I'll-
fllatlng :nachliae shop. doltng lGcn so
arye m dantiasg that the M arblehitAl
may Itie to ,o s l of esnomr ltsi(n.it i
Is said. bl!e ( thunaeoiiie awsp *g

Tlipeforr of citit. Impact r*Its I'
great tia Iwoc iI tje firot Pinch gima
of the cr.en r a re i omp a letely detmn I
lsibod, lbh boldice torn sway and two'
dlnw-s rptlueel to kloollnxwosd. Two
plas'a from thsl Marttlbiad were bied
I y entl, sd the machine abop. whiemI
had ton rtrammed. worn sunk. Th I
Celitc ueuirved bUt uIlgbt dtizav In
tale rallisioa. I
-rip.tamisemug, amount to mantyI
tbwtanutd rdolare The slaking of thot
fi*telfig flariila 5 hop *III, It I s said, I
Viltel ciwork now twin# does.I

Red spider Injures C4tto.
Washington. Nor 7.-The dpart.
ownt of agricult ci Iti a report just
srisaw. saylb. re rd sprley. or rMl OIL*
hav beos qealto provalet t osomse se
t06s4 of the WostroMgrwlISgarm sof
tI b Is ou a I lrtew he paM we leert
Tb% 0p0er ) Is a met yvllowlh red
mia which feed m nThe SOWN plant
prirscipily o the wader des of cis
Mne but ea times s AehMI all Pg1.1

Is Poob"If 4"Mbsnvw rbr"IMMO
iise entire tovum oveg area of the
south. otbaowA dlbmg S60 pss it ba
appeerd ila'k&Jmu membes 11W,
whre smodliu s on damage 41
eset Is e r Souh OlMe MWGe Oavrgia
Po41M as J"M 4 WL
ftPsWe% IL 11.0 ; M = polli"
we ON i. hP0 ftIbeos**woaol
Mwhow km w m-Ium a1 -be o*a*a

rrw c~l~ u ~ Ik Was Nol
u= 9 JOU wb wel- eifties&a

Its" aIm"uNow bsoIvss
Is m WI. The tvb

WOO- AN S-- o s rabube U Ire
Malinas 9 we t41 01046
to itesit Sho.s60evd SO
"M sawe~ wo. fpp -

miY -w f "Now"
jkC kSar~ ,eesA4 to t too
NI~e Out~s rsto ok4IE
Wj~C Us Ra4 iterm)



Fight Arainst Plague an New
Orlans Is About Ovr.


Federal Forces Which Have Been at
Work in Crescent City for f %
Months, Are Preparing to Leave ft
Their Homes. I
Nw Oillisi, .Nov 7.-Up to Jol
today) their ,nr uuie new uase ul )11
Io It's I aIll oi ilit il s H reported
\Vti.: i4l ""ti tid Ito be this onal week
ot tot stvirr CmtIlim|mlI began today
will thl) 1) o%'I cAMiS under treatental
anil cll1)i a liatiuliii ut centers of la
rcot'llll Illtull'T Al>s l v lO s.
Tia ih'. c,'I I liilh)ed by the federal
s'rTlc'r lih\t' nlowl I blsi reduced in
ltlnnltiiinsllll It iutt tto observe the few
'cu*.-* .anttl IIl'L reiiialilgi anld dlitrlet
iandi he'iiiarters aorik Is leing clean-
up Mo that an verly tranuier of the
rulit:. Nttiiltlou bk a uto inoh hea td
cul il los nl uiilhorllles may Ib made.
li' uii. l 1111lil e iletl tiat I)r Yl W while
n it ltl iin g l.~atlauoi :lo111a I rmnally to supervise the end 4
thec i alli lalK Ii
IThe del'leg.itea in the hattailloog
conventlihii will leave here W'edaseday
hrulledd y Gt'overnor ilanrtlisrd, Tloouh
tberr Ins llilnui plulalis here opposed
to ialllinail qiataatine based on tae
fear tiur the *othl amIy ulhr oomler
eially, Coranaslaet oM delegates 1dl.
raie that libe maali)fy who eo rom
Laodsituna will he ready tn aoept I
modified prolpottloh for tlIienal seper,

Dr. Jose T. Porter, estte bhenlt of
leer of lortida aad his asalsltat. Dr.
I. R. Mallory. who came here to ea
for with Dr. White, lefi today orn Pe
saeola, ria. Dr HPeter saJd the Sr
Ida 9ii8atilo was rapidly lmpfwvteg
&ad that the oemeary etlep, based m
the eBperteoen #this yar, will be t"
oa to prevelsa rwerrlece of tlhe b
ver nest aad nstubeeq t yrIll
The Iitlifr f tkh AlabaMl pat.
lle hasa permitted tte. complete ra r.

sIlstofi tthe raJirsd sehule bea
ech hAiM ostate,a and already hety
trnel I has tIt.
ProoidO* 'rrulI, of pra KM uS
I g., seer Mob~le. hasbarriVed 6eM
with he liftlg of The qv&rMSene, SM
I Is ow siaset e"gthe 4mepr* d tof h
large uhtesmbcr of Wulstaeahee h
sulee that Islftetiosm.
I No 91.. have hoae robel ve I
fitalln" nan rbaage of aittlud. br SW
state of Tr ess t thM e We maW
1 421169the 4.'~rc'rogmeofme mmo Do
111d4oa Is (c to sl e pseheb ops y

bs edawer Is m11 44 bso m Pat.
?b. eret bee Is m sMW n5s y, s
a eWr $"a if prwmand.
The lofs s of vi HW d= 0
$e"so pep es- ua Pst.sI Is
sadll Mes S hme694impbeget

'ai meow sMod tbo0aftsOsmi"ls
OW as "M t bS0sehe SeP. Iwinl
%ade as pr o Ireherds

Op- "owe Swe"sd
in To., Ifte, il- 4% wpm
Our. bon% emOted'ais 1 sdam
S NOW OW P nhe SSW b
Ie I a s ms*IS i m LmAn
- 40"04 d It ambe"i4"
of Owps misd a WKb1 a mass

49 WoDWft knOe it do bao b
W" M bm s wMeayN UN of
a* WrO Iw "0 Itimlase 9 so

NOW was 010 belllt~y

*hbsbdt. see OWt ce'oAm'.1 aIW*
46 hI wie gte Irds .tJAi.1 I OWS "a

tm me 8be*via.Wooa6. A V's hoon
%W h. Mhe tmUdM a0 4 seato tie
W a qm t it, 14, i t s tls
gp d 4 0 1 m00 4 W b o x "
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to the late H M

t hen a s W4

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$nw Im. nodo6iSthe M

Tiseehsols baImule &ImO. isml
qso0 640 1aM a r 5.We he, s
Uw Igr ug e hot 9bwpm= *Me

am being rW ta *d*-*W of On
Isogrmed o Jn& -&wsIbb ad*WM
rwmuels a~howeset, rib 5Wv. Iium

6. A. L. 9XoUqlS
To Elks Societa im" i, ftf
Geeo. Oremt sho ws.
so Ic be hed I. oJoaskevll, lNotes
her SIb s&d Sb, rmoo trip 11sbotwO
be aldonboo*dius foraw 8 0
pluseae Il f eer e wroomi ud.
of sal November Sth, to
more upsp t s"d Iludln te H"0t.
O 6 tows. Of RIMIUaSI ire.' a r"mn
Ihee st Jsoav Nkoember 160,
Woo d trip aseleow ll be soMfrom
d.Igt to Jo"Umvi)l sad roto for
owMWsd os4b4 rstlraght farms, plus
0sBonae. Sale amNovember 10b and
hr runin bedeledw to resh jeoseos.
wil balm hiss on. November 11th -JR.'
sun Bum limt November W&h.
R.0. OWN, AgVniM

pwtos. ". Nov.I. ?.-ptr Mae-
mImI 1. S. Ilagham. Sho sad Ilk~e
Ro. 5rnsom hosem* aW&hes.
40 AlAtissUe reilVMOft* with
dnmL mee a u
Al. wmW t"af"IW t hwo

U- !" tUw e U
agsbo the blt oaw
aa The~- CiUr
who ~rSrw si

where Miami was 0-o'.


W"11 W at Follow the Cr9wd in GAINESVILLT

and it wl bring you to

1; et .00e virahoe r"Ort m "is Wilk a

'fai~l P6L~hO.. ~In ~1.inq ________
itrs tahe 'a,
th~ws ra'u rrIIF YOU ARIN NEED OF

Umas it Sm.mlow, a

my USA fta"a snr lo
109U ,* a m*i. gvl Mae& and don't give us the first chance, you wlll
m;me im. the wasv* r . do your"sU a great injustice.' Follow the
''rlr r tL60 *No~,,. boom ae a km I",*LI
s h o' as in", u' Wcrowd, the happy, money-saving crowd, to
~rSilhrr~yhuuu*S. 4t r Vms ais w -~ .- -ri
r91r~f*_~Y~ll u*Jm 3Y *iw bofi tq.
of~.ina'b~blutestpM. -- blk
J..w i~, aJtY(was, dw~

p -* Wbas 6 5L ao* Mother.
~~eq~a raw m lu ~ot e b ftM *o ii'iroliy,
6. I. Hyee's Big SaiW
lbe pi"an" Sormm4 G14 aIlb e$ of. Sold. aici jpjj C
aft pi d iiSrdb sho sag tdremi ole Pt K. K. VIos. MoR

Ma $90 Saw S. fIt Was e eSW I.011 two$014"o Gqav.
Ib eat s om t e Um ber en $ o1Al Ol W o o of I

U&lkY us ;.lln, amidn~ Ia isis isubs l llor nViS. Am.b
b the mmmltrmsS of sit e rk th *uip Wag o bS m VOue MG&
:0)r~SL~t~ rua a u n~n i ~ Sahm loomm b? t e wn afterI amk d bulbs qks--, Iraraadrwreparlin Laaf l h
;~UI rS~~0 j 1011 waha ~irwr.lM d *90P for weplis sn". ft 0" b p a U A t is this "W"I
ovami*$. ale lw an stm.sT "Imbo
AW PV wmos n Ja hore -roi.
lee. 1W boo h, DS -i IWOO" gT ls of oi msiS IM
06 mutt byr tko dWW Ikr a"
Ws! 0 o.v. i o n t"iITWN OW ..bIS. is". AOMBM. MU -S AND Imsny 9isrR WIJSs
SdM 4a e lMa hW 04 Visse 4 fd. Was wafted, 4 'ow dMO*lm= --- Anpins 3h
, MOK we saw fS &AT* WAW am* PalwowlP T ew tw sevel % AMOrf LOA.-

?usqp Able -t f *0 WhM e Ok tUabar. 4910YUS SON 111,
1oW we Pub. thTe, bmIIrt 01 440 4140 bb FuUkzsrs
Ik~*0 war ws puu d- I C 0ur ~~
to a&V deutW44VLS u MERCHANT a

Is hle asb4___ h as, ueWU p

NSRIA ANS44"W Y bela W G60 OM MWAs."
3oas n4,ca bi %W U TU *. p .w.w... ..

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[A'"I tr ama. lmam W tus"

aft = 1%f tL1 a ow ~. Was MR. l J~tPr~oo
Y a wth h i miuih inh o
trw r- -a -t -- --- --elll~lll --S -. -

1r wamo mwe ider orwl M
OW pow ONmWNMew W S Womee's Mis Pug"~
0bat the Ollive i ,seusv a Swimo Nor. 1.4 0I iuolnge*
OMsMt. pus Ia thW h t b hisd to b tm hGaWof Osmt A
SW f -the-bo i- rk Is SI gary the drM O iNius ovoatlm VI
al'l m IS iWl hO 6 01w6MWMOMIs & WOW" Of t=
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-II. Gwem

r SHlrw hmre of
SHi b.sg, oe aoner

th I lo weO thei oppor
1Wit WS n0 b N01 power
pIh, I wriau nearly
ot lateueislag quotations
asipuestl.Amsesother good
is bthh sam, Dr. Stroame said:
ey g lad to bwhae bis oppor.
to o 0f 0 So the s"Wing power
ObrIL. Mt is may surprise
im othat ml the six or Sev.
I bB e0II a ia n evangelistic
Shise wtod the story only a few
t r ftrot desiring to speak
saift~ih s or pleasure of my life
bssmdi a Obrhtian. I am
-i0e"aid God Io the past
tO i e what restitution I
It vaYbqmtlrvele. It is perhaps
hite asIses tka I am seldom led in
Ilateryto speak of my own ex-
I Sm iaworthy to speak for
ia, t your prayers that wht
sbNt%-Say be helpful to some
Ua or young woman who is
|fleutd with similar temptations to
dthueh which I have been.
?PTe worid is hungry after God.
are men and women oohappy?
S'teseses l to be found in the
ais they have never settled the
of their relation to God. Tljy
etor be happy until that question
s.ki Buos then stayed the text. of
hl eory should be an exempli.
1 : "The God of this world has
their eyes." To Illustrate the
i ke t of a bunia trip whieb he
I t le HIe and his p de
i too gt a alligator em. alght.
i Ie la easoe. Theo go*
ai all be powef ul dark ta*.
Ai aeeed to his bat bad whleh
^t swlstse bemS efr ahead of the
JiM. The bright light bladed the
q, of tbe allilator mad Me hoatameI
te"to ooeep op ltea a Od sboo0
L t was sUll dased by the glare
I e dark hlaern.
tbeis." sA be, "il the way the der.
Mm oft y of his issts. He
Si eadl Itf Ih bis true
.- Zwrob .,ey an fasei.-
(I the brightaes of she life.
o' f tiaul bes teo billiay of
phas-rs, tl a e lo e ad teale
A Sep 2 aw united Ia iald, seo -
il e ad sesm to the sherftr of
SOfWeMiead pIrpooe sad to tde
r a wdbib Il to follow."
St.Iaele she tes old of hi early
mk o M weulab ad ma la4dlgeat
o owas se to Pau to be
It r s thre at wore
lay of he eIds Ii life whsd
bim bi hi pe oath d yo A 0
He hses.o immensely Is,
I=i danftI. Heo masmtredl
i n deasin. beemm"
b" i oa i Immiseem l
Be st -Ie bmwas resew
apend bell, wah aws

ills bMSwa m sb ,to.

SAbbid mI e
ism. ah p asu
Uia ag as a. bern
o hneme em

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To the People of Gainesville.

Tho artirlfe appearing in ,mi. o- o.
leading l| itlieation tii e -t .r-ated a
tiod deal of diseuswion ii, (. iiierill
in regard to advertirel titedcines,
their reliability Rd Dow,,r to eire.
and am a loeal drugtist, I, W. NI. John.
MoM, want to 8sy to toIh people of
Gainesville that I believe" one of the
mot reliable medicines that we have
known in our rug experience, exend-
Ila over a long period. i \Vinol. the
cod liver preparation, made without
Vinol is not a patent medicine;
everything in it is printed (in the baek
latel of every bottle, and it actually
does contain no a highly concentrated
form all of the medicinal, curative
elements of cod liver oil taken from
fresh cods' livers, and without a drop
of the system-elogring oil to upset the
stomach and retard its work. and thi
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Writes Clerk Wtllleg He Has No De
sire to .Deo e People.

rat li. xtl c t a of jaloo orvo'cr. (I hdj
0I1-1) I.e "ev rdsof AIeh i 4 %14,1814
toy I I NIltillum.,of Fh10114.Ii' -. V"ik
muttol r'i t pord lobe luc& to ii Nst
Gaisst..V1lt., *to.
C'lrk Samuel 14. Wlen119 s e doy
folitmimg te VpAleasim r,.eivetI &
lesttr rr m Mer Muallngat, Ii nrpty to
oner iiafnrmisg S li of tht- Ihic'itian- 3
the Ind, whiA#Meyi o rra t *I h% lat-
ter In t0 0 *emotion of I hII "t'ittor 0o
Tb eSon, a&Pd skews ohai 0Mr, Iealigan
bWd no I notentloo of deseing or swim.
along the puble, as Stel-d rl mthe &P.
11.. previoese yPebWLd I faeW,
Mullism acoro to Mae been cdtteived
himself. T. Letter e MAr.Menge%,
wbieh we p fblis lets Juti' to %ifr.
Mulligan, lesas f.lewsI
'Tbiweelphla, Nov :1. low.
048. H. Wilem Req.,
"Dear Sir: Toot favor W 114. %1.5
just to bhAd, MAnd osteu %ts i.'d with

:: We Ar NowI Ready





For Men, Women and Cbdldren.

WO % car everything ready to.wm and all
orders will receive promut and ottetion.



1. We send gRox'h by exprem.i C. 0. a subj"-.
"Va'" i ut l~ll i.\Qf 'a

to why iie fs s up'rseadimu niud-lau- ra Is beng the rat itllnatlion I Ww V.\ut.ALUittmut tiotI
ioned cn d liver oil and emulsion, over received that there s aIlrady an. W t11 t
Inasmuch as Vinol is therefore the other onrth oarlvilll, and I have W e e nd t.
latest scientific improvement of an old bee in eronMpo oee with a great or selection.
and standard remedy it is the Ireatest maiy people In Florida, and hivo writ- We all-w I0
strength creator in the world for old tn the seportredent of th8e Slan.
people, weaksiekly women and ohil- nab, 'Iorida Wetern ltilroad, except On COntl'ltt g
dren. nursing mother and after a s- whith rum s through the laoe, at the
vere sickness. It eures hacklng umai oleo at Savallhb, t;
coughs, chronic eolds and all palmo. "I am extremely obliged in you tor
nary troubles. We positively guarso., tis pointer, and all s to l D U EV
ee to return money it kille. W. until the matter Is mrraed. that
M. Johnson, Dalrgilt. ean to ahead legally.
-"I have beea atgrat teur ,*ne barey- t I
went into the sport with verery energy. la esurveyand plans mode.d, dis, blue-. T II If- RE.
Finally, he entered his best hore, prints and elraulara pAlted, reteaolns
Walter, in a great rase. He beaked advertising ditae ad oontraes4 for, .
him with his fortune. The horse woe ete.. e and fool aegrieved that Just( ITA
and brought him a reputation as mne a I am about to realize on any great
of the greatest of Souther horeomen. outlay that I as obliged t.o stop pro. H
The speaker deeribedn lovivid rhetork oedi as. J
the winning of the rae and the extil. "'You say: 'Your pltt will be re.
alaion and excitement of the tri. worded ln Book 'A',' # e*., et, Now if -
umph. Although his ambition was this has not already been dio n could
realized he food in it no real satitfate you hold the matter Int sat)anoe until B e a Il iL
lion. we decide Wlat to dot If it has been
"One day I entered a meeting like recorded when this raeshes 7o11 could 8 a Island Cotton Seed
this. The vangelist was a man who the headiln be ehasned from 'North LeAther
had drank the eup of the pleasure of lonesville' to 'New Pbiladelplhia' o
this world. He talked straight to my 'New Baltimore' You will note that
heart. It seemed hard o give p there are aboe the same number of Manufacturers of the
daneleI, for it meant the los of man letore in the three namero r could Sea Island Cotton
friends. But I tried to compromie you osugest a name for the iew town?
that with the 0hriatlae life and Oeld I am not a man of mean,. but I sM (oIAJNE V L E,
not. Others may be able to do so, bat wrillin to pay for asots and trouble ---.-- --- .."... -
I cannot. It was aa awfl test for me wh eh oeeb ehase should entail.
to sorreoder my horse reel.a Bet I "I woull be extremely grateful to
sa, '0 God, if you will forsive a Sln* you It you sold fasilisase my lisal
ar like me I will ser sdeor all.' TI ol of tbb dl lelty. 1 weoM lkd to
bravest thine I ever did I my life was m meatera Axed a soon as possible,
to ro to my eetsl ra la mpoe to a I ha1 a large setor of proeeptive i t WUL
that l nvitttIo. My mother' pPraye eaIeloes for these lots, but etn eoh
had boeen anwored." e salo now oader itha eatditioMs,
.ad wul n like o .. .. able solls THE NAl
Irating Pltey's aosey and Tar. sees, as to relie ,n my exndel DAILYIN
Foley A 0o., ChloaI, lorilgIased nse NeHa ld eM a but lase I ya
Home ad Tars threat ad luMl lyet se remed, ald there. mill be best -
remedy.aed e moeONm of tbhe Irs I D needs fet mooerds itby this ots- oper.
ard aoed popelarty of roloy% Boes I dmso. Very really pler.s He t
nad Tar manry l stls are ord "If, lit MUIo,.to. Veafi .
for the peale. Tess worthlism ml- "-8 Tbirtuth i tuSdiea under
totio eha etelslar eum(edle nam. ---.-- -
Beware of them. The passed Fe Premiinet alro.d Omtelia. M
ley' Ho;ey al Tar s is a 1eollw. Oe*rl Saperisted.at N. Idl4o vler aal
pUhae. Ak tolr It ad refo o ayN, Onneral Freight Aeot JJames amd L ndUsW F
abgitlst. Ittht bes t red Ind ol Miease of she Atlantls 0oa We s, H alompl
oo ad 4old. W. MeOts O with hbaquarsses o l aae we h.rv*e
a a.W lesiter aso OalIaosvellle Tedeety, haig fropeflr
Meeting S**i esrid. ls IOo* a a private ear on a tee0 of In. QuOtai atUe
The regular monthly oeetll of the lpam They elpre.i 4 perIM ~s BOga
ear dof Publla Inmtrutios ws bOldlowaetiom at the mamenr Is wlo tibh $ke ai t
Tuesday, a full board boa prns bl es of ~nh grat c posa ibe th
There was othl of sa mal n t Inreemt Wg o M d.s d hbre., ia .ld esm. Y M Oa Inen
w.suspdre, emlly te regmlir rowaie Meso1 I e- ad MW M.lo a lofM M Wae pit1
wmrk semi beogtor e bafes -eew tis." pIto n n rNah rFa kic Bt Ma
T 1e beadl seek 1 emesle to e mpII. -e ,
mga Superintdiest Ir. J. L KJ.Ny L n'* o T Ae W a
tor tbe oeselest display Io edoateeiol Healtbh is beotot.Iy Imeinle If M A
work whmk he will hae as hUlet aset l isoMP be pwoe se". lMl sOftae
aie, sad s aedmt the *felt er the sOm of lve me 1 h em p m1 1* ma
veals would be gratifyie have preg ro m i lnsee d
The bowl b Ia eompated of Hol a tes. -mb a deplOrble I S0 1 -P
I. Wees. rHawt sobirmems T A. Om mea r O Thw I s a e I I t. I
De- a of af ro s-d W. Mare. efJK oefVI" ei r- SIN \ DOW,
DIealoe, wish lr. Kelley as e f9arey. 0. A. L Ui y. N. X.. Ai
Ss- -, wst Foi IL M i -*
tewrMoris Pai. Mt*o. I sed a Beffr W 15 A R W
b sia Oa lemb and sianl ba $ 6/'
Kk ImtaIt I noaab-a orrra o r MW. N. I -- y
p" y* l ts e pof O AG e m Of EA
p~ tmo he m eesrm *O* Mr and M Me V r. OpN-
ad bls Skain 16 AweIshe b d IowIts.e a s g ai aorM A MOW = dab*
prupeetwele ac saorsd t *** o ,
:11 aas*to. - -* tasp4" we I IT** ap" wom B s'11

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LZd Cotton.

, Bagging and Twine. Walru
in Strips or Sides

Jamese DoIg Improved Englih
Gin, and Supplie for Ba e.

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rlying cause of MarkA

au and ortioisRailroad

9tabhs of Karingp of

and Inactive Stocluks ad

at sle of Bonds ad the
nto at the pirto.
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,M mo arfr* a
meon tto perf tio 'ISrtir
c cannot fil0 to be 2t beeOWl bwrus fLlesur, earnd
a~ r........ aid 4oam. ONS"O. bjhe Aoerka 9*0,. Prow
McOeAT.. ,... ni growers of the lon p. A B P
ir. AS...w. AsAueL.r. ... A4. .. sqor. a s on ,eolatlim w, M P Sh It Br of
-- d the foolt ----w as s oCb8ld 4 4ted I* of the trsery
rljasl I .n ii(..6....,.......cltp Pd|a,.an the li ora l o iit Ob, t l or a t .i e eltl -pr

See .sle..d est deselionnat .e mt llT o 4 o lth three i
SP.W -....... st.o Compoo law(o Wie ld l oI~ r,mjl E e4tim
..-- TB .. 4 ,, ,,, f woeIl h .,t*aeP Sa n me.
L TBLnXZ 4*0 low, for 0m ,; bon .kn tof
TBLSWUOWU -'4 IOCI? f ordated l0op s t is tl the vault betuyaun fh
a'va publ ihed eery moriatbg "Rmlod T1^ ~ Uth *~Si'- d swlag emrsB.-Tll abaB
mdeA. Ldeovered y carieri La the citoor 041 T DOING".
Atlay part of the United Betat es, po0 o*' o _______
ed$ a year ri $2.o si monthss: S.5 three r*ty t i, A." "i .
ai ander 00ge *"b ox esism 46m ozaemisdsional o.-
; ______d so, 1. an________ s blenwrth ttd sW4 a Y.S.IpMeas,, the entry of her
S'brt inlsertioa, and cents forecedrditait hdeleai to IRpNIMsi t a I peh"ool what #se would
ro. its.f h st "'ell, I iteo yes
ates for display advertisbl a-de kown B a, ,e t1 3 tr her to ker ooeorso In
SppStoi. toh a wlsse t t" qoerd rthe od.
ne T.whric-ra-we sus iis. r s1 *tortr 1o tkiM de Mh leired e"! "M ,o, Doctor," be
somaa paper, pbLat May Ma10Y 4a1 or te bow 9f0C gpr. et ladM y replied, "I tive bt tploty of
n. Inituriy. and coori an ma n of th be40 ,ld ~ ssp l* l te r wem ft $be k etehn at homeo; who
weak, ial f, satw a m Urdw tlU i I atr~fiyfor her to wear hloomrso
Sd, pufr, to any pon of t1 visited 4 6 aedh a ai I'llt e you k ow."- t.

.I eb reqlred y pr or d4~l la *T BOlal 0 re gOtt rhlo8 In FOIDh ha*O ot Td neh i di-
w e or. Add s I Tr INLS Y stras te MNsirey fIr f r e* In -lorlds we ha e iot hRd sleh d. dis
Il owlti "w r"was. o i etbetme lthis se on. There may be
Sn I- Lt wl I ~so* bet I Sttes thn our own soonnF
Sr. OUR tCHOOL gYT *SB an o te are Poth on the map as
The ililn of the tadard of o,,rr iaoti w rt
sW booel req rlye 4 lo p kaofMr e- *t e The Tv1ares people are bond to
"a fby h' aepbtiov of he lBok ma MV top olj lokemp uep wlrt che tmbUe. Tbhy have a
ashooi tlw, hs te he pri t, ll a~ MeS Vle sa Srq tr L.. h*o... on IPr....... 4.-
of nearly ll of tbh, beg ce roed to o. Bi, ,m sqo*ad t..on e bound to h,.ve the town
of r rIow" tr a a a l Wi b, e rsed ou o n so n
|* oderflowls, V^ p 11w meu JO(Wu p..___. __ ____-rrr
S Now s have puble eelo fromi Valdet ., S 4y,a. h, Ohae a eMllino on the trees at
whih stodems paiateo to the alae gila~ e au erif r aI orf a Ls for S1.10 a box. bou growers are
S Unierslty withbol say further prp*. Xlai ag Si. p 0o thI 't5 holdiog for 1t.1. The erop in one
S eiroet, syetas i aod y Ste oi lyes rad teb0sa er tohe hiO grt v sold fel $8,000.
I the Urioo,'Io d will vef allT UtVOir- Mtslo g iesthters wa s
slty tha will be a oredhl to tUh ~kte, bke to bIe gled a tbWstlom' blis ThP Os.r is planning a tonnel under
yet sioe f $ells are .pylIag to ohf the Oaoeunol. If the workmen don't
"Ite.papuis with allglCtor tea n Ioatss were passed thki ran t '0 sdr the Cr he will be lucky.
streamimo dens their ehti., sad sy s ysMe fpbr the ehelp that tbhey are
tna" o *eto l to the pfop e tha they l t d*B.Hodd polto The qear*o of the hour: Are you
S are bl roted. te o th bs he otos el; asking gopn to tbe Fair It Tmps?
rr tI a hem h t lS y ett doe. the mI|ss fieeorlee for auMterI IL
hll Uoas onr the mely bmrow of hojls se iso, usa "se b ympathaho vry god, but It don't
sme of ohe d*eadees of othe ljered m t r ot b *o l t eir F
of ia of y o paosy a fabrll o sto ,W hlp it o beo strsnl ad ".
she" ir bhraseme. dr w as m ash moa y i as theyA
Mebt ao flo bt for the BUokIen efMldeM llt for It t e tarior sad
1 btUlm ard lest, now hato collated h ie o o -.l4h Uao I. I rI
Hn IasLM to sid thea Io t helr -set. Il "bea.so1
rlo s work of Iryipg tg reloe bNeP bg T METHOO e tB.am .
Sttkey eoald nol rlet Bo asr tom w oO. r
puts up his flthy gIold to t *seod tIS in altrheag a e6mmaolstlsio froe
twhat l provlxinIggIudt a bsa rt Ma y Brd of Trnde f Ce
the common poplo will 0urell p Oime,Wn, renprdlnl the .laueui
tnrppd at his game. tdl and th loeslon of tihe E1miversltp a-
There haJ ben no law o et.d ii 0 whnreby the Srtat will lose botndredsi l e, The Orlando 11 Re. rbl o
of thousands of dollar. Thepoortsz. =b aIpo sasds for the bt
aoryne know that. But ho poor t |1 a e edMiet. We be.
paeor now hu a opportoSity to lot o M stMoS op l"t vbd
S 0ish children ofl a hlih s eatool d the gos oL th soe ae paertdea
tlon awldlso wl h leb rleh b xtpay as 'resIst esiim. iet al of i h.
Shlildrln. The hth heBool ookdr the lie was matr tolA er set for a
S Bilman bill Ia. for deatl d ed not b sealqdis t. e eo ser o
Sfor show, and te inrtduat rome foer eho e op b ualnd uo ; a .. .S, u -
;Enllloh course of an y h sI w eigh of hg icgle ie Ee L. i'-

rimwdrthe kpofiar ofla the Bee reene.
Florlda today will fbad hlomll wr h a Thas O e eo r s~sI tol be to e _l_ _ ____II _____I
S doercatiou tht will eablo bhIt e Mae F 'T f a 0
tr ny bu ines etrse i ah oI an t u It IOO M s to b Tr ory tol f
S country, barren the proftemlos. thia w e of re lter, ot he pu T
Forhsohme To think th s R oL e f hlatrofno o m te IXe
fthos who foiNh soh dape rnely for ooald wlat ieal ur e'
the Buakman bill, ard whu tor Thoe lu t o t of he hoor flte ll 8J
plan. ctam to naoght, should il ther t bx creT t O of o ery gI.i Ioe oHA
prsr put men at work t. o tdrot the Ao w arts; Rte eu F b ell
oprttio of hlr law.* m oll .tb., a i op e d
|jlt \f war ftor tb Utlhnie sit yt o I elp Thsilt hza k Iw.
| to.., o ol "h fnllowl m.. =ot.. ta *ycpftih wl.i ,a fl k E
|, ,.= a.M adopts: *R, lt., Th. M..>.for .lr 'OtI I wl>r ITTiL Il

R^ oootod to ht, b rt and deolfd, or b prIltod nxt rlrdr Ia -w "w -=u-lf-I---thaIa
judslmoet withheld, thrt the i aid hp. pbr sia priat M Iy at o b#t ad bowtll.
S pllwilon shall not again S considered Tlhe se prM Os the MlIelte l t Imln, I, b* Ii & C f.

by thbe t rd unrlep another not lle n mewepar re mr hwt m to b.. b
eIall have been :iven, by the appligia thlt Shut. Ts he NellemYao t i
or hiS attorney or f nRglI, that Ihe I Rap- Pe 0Di Ppt* It %b t...
pla:enat will again apply for pardon, Is -
aeMltdodnce wl i the' provisioit of 6iw4 ot Otlamesa b1 1K Oar TWs
law. O- Mee-uvy,
As Ao me-re will sorely cetoqapi
S Thre o at Irlet i* rospect of a site sm eO f ru wI Ido t t deII IpN
for the tAletrrlr' M5aotion--whhl t es L -s -t S
W prnnided for by an appropriatloml taflt" i su m b Wq bo
e l $.000t by Ith Los.latur,-be- t.ilw soheett i r be I esus9t a
a saleeted. A proposltwee was sub ri
I ittd y sterda whseh kis believed e, a h
wl lbe set ptblie o l ommitoolu, told to th
wh She fI l eomMsleRsn metU again. r" them y.
-aUpital. VSS l.069
S. -.at -e "-- arethatheti n ee ..
K; Wh On S -- appoe to the t,,. ut tio he S
n I r UI h. > Cm to,*, II
kthe m ptep a ug tea-pater or ais I* f* ta
ng for atph~ r himtlf. do. ObIoI iB, .
The 1Tsme5 .ar basS Dr. Orll lbydMa ke
weul makh a thros ghtl Tab.
,,m,-.o.,, ^^ nr ,
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system les able to w ibdts s. .
paving te way for D r do 'E


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MR & @LU L* WK* u *arelopT.,x us. "-n .
have 11 0"lMgW*;Qtm
Writtn With Libial of Plicy ra and them Co a ine I w
PyRe L e Pr Chimptly. Evy btdl

If You Are I

If You Are AInsured

That no serious low can overcome you without you have some

SFire, Lie, Acident and Heal h Ins
None but Reliable Companies Represeuted.

Inomrattoa heevfuoly turmbed. GAINEBVILLK, FLORIDA

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Whiskies, Wines, Beer and MaH.
KXMPlIM PREPAlI. Bulk 6W.^i-J-ui Fre--Neot PmML
Full Q. Meaumre. 4 Qta 6Q It Qu, Per Ualon:
H 1uatin Cl R ..... M .. 0 00 7 ; Re. Gin Coru. Good rne.
Neles Co tyr III&.- - 3 1 7 1)2 (4 )P er al k
Moll le ...... .. D Rye. Un. (or. Rum Fine quality.
H U 's "44" R e........ 3 0 go 9 Rye. Gin. Corn. Hum. Het or the mow y.
Malt Wieyl .... ... I 7 00 9a 0 Io 4 "M' Ire o ma d Ai plo aIkrA Mel*w-
... 7. ed bI b a e.
p4iE 0 Pera xllos:
ApI BMt ........ 7 1t V0 i t ) Victora Rye. bh lu) Uur Rye Me.UIIet l
Boals UI ... 0 40 7 5 'Tu;llty
..nIn .. ..3Ar1TIa a Iw o LfP LST. IAUI* IOEKKi Pr
k iCorem 0 i4 0 dFas BPeer etr s.I
o lt a . ......n 1 oo go Is lo
Kthtf 11.h' B 1oTSStoo too *010001 n I kpor1 te
~E PA I.* M omMn r.Oats
AonMnirn AUowed o AU Oooat or S a* G unem Aou. pu(a I.
Pr. Pri b tbo hbeb ua it,:lcstloka

JIa A. A r. a lrwIdalo H . eu TATLh. ourihr
a W.e T Vmo-i. ~e dsI LSr OkAlnAM, Au. Cashbe

c capital ..... ... .............. ),o00 00
aarplr iad UndinTded Profte... 30,000 oo

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Four Facts For

Sick Women

To Consider

Lydia PinWam's Vedgeta CIompand
Has an Uisqueald ReioMd of Co e-
Mrs. YiaMloUm's AJice is Co/fdseA
t6i, PFw, ad ahwys I44f/nul

&l oled Down" to Suit the FlasT-That almost every operation
.it o- Inf twoet to In our hospital performed upon women
*\bcms o I aes neoeamry through neglect of
such symptoms as backache. regular
r ... Iiand painful menstruation, leucorrhcea,
e, erJp Normal Sohool has over displacements of the uterus, pain in
-f. the side. burning sensation in the atom-
*tt atLalad ~a orhded 'bearing down amins, nervousness,
SLakelan arerowt ded izziness and sleeplessness.
1 ,t SEcoin.-The medicine that holds
eaptIs tosahip 30,000 boxes the record for the largest number of
oras.a g _n absolute cures of female illa is Lydia
lrlror lI Btnrys a. Pinkham'a Vegetable> Compound.
The Carroll Real Estate CompaOn it regulates, atrentltheus and cure
ba} been lonred at Miami. diseases of the female organism as
Judge J Meab Y anrd Ed Pittmann nothing else can.
yo y l For thirty years it has been helping
SThe East oaet railway will have its nervousness, kidney troubles, all utr-
adeeme now eoaebes ready for the ine and ovarian inflammation, weak-
tourist traee., ness and displacements, rneglatlng
torit ra menstruatio perfectly and overeom.
The byallaths have been removed ing itspains. It has also proved itself
trm Lake Minnie at Orlando and nem Invaluable in preparing for childbirth
igation will be anobstruoted. and the change of life.
I Iln THmnD.-The great volume of unao-
OCapt. W. A. Barwiek died at Wild- licite d and grateful tetimoaialaon Ile
wood, November 2nd, in the 90th year at the Pinkham Laboratory at Lyna,
his a. He was an honored mem- MMs.. man of which are fromtimeto
ber of the Masone order. ime published by permiasion, rgiv ab.
so of th M olute evidence of the value of Lydia
Tree planters St. Augustine dog C. Pinkham's VegetableOompoundand
&I about $I in old Spanish and Mrs. Pinkham' advice.
ietoa coins one day last week. ,eV'rrarT.-Bvery ailingwomman lte
Unlte6 tStateo ia ulkd to aoeepft'i
They wore enclosed in a box made of allowing InlStates Ii asked to
elte*. bring you health and ay ave ypOr
The meanest man in Florida lives in life
1. Augoatine, and he entered the oil Mrs. PlakhIam'8Stadai ng itatie
StoWomen.-Women uffewlng fromiany
hInoa of Wm. Mourey of that city a form of female weaknessar oInvited to
few nights ato, turned the fanoets and promptly oommunloete with Mrs. Plak-
lt the contents of every barrel ron o am. at Lynn, Maes All lettem are
the floor. Lous $10. received, opened, eed and eaawred
by women only. Prom symptomD given,
An automobile line will be operated yor trouble may be located and the
between Miami and West Palm Beach. quickest and areet way of recovery
8M large touring autos will be used advted. Outoaithe tutolume ofd
ad the trip will be made in about p am n ttht erykle w
fir honor, one ear leaving each city edge that willelp yor ea. 8u ,
It the morning, returning in the even- any Womano, rh or poor, f ver
ng. if it.ha aoe not a g at take advantage
generous ofe of aebtanaea.

Iommie nogner; a sreer ear con-
dettorat St. Peterborg, fell ondni
the ear in trying to fx the ttolley
wire, Sunday night, and both lege
were badly mangled. iH died in
about two hours after the aeeident.
Mr. Hughes was boat 21 years old, a
native of New York, and had come to
SFlorida to make his own living against
the wishe of his parents. who are
mld to be wealthy.

Buperintendent Wakely and Dr. 8
Worley left Morday morning for an
laspetioo trip over the entire system
of tie Florida East Coast Railway.
They 'are not, however, going to In.
speet the roadway, their purpose be-
lag the examinaton nf employee. The
ltter will be examined for vision and
-Iarlog. The superintendent and doo-
tot will start from the northern ter-
minus of the road and work sooth-
ward. They will be engaged from ten

day to two weeks
Augastioe Reeord.

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To TAMPA d Return $4.75

Tik m e oakee to r 19. 1 17.
ftrbr on November I, 1, 17,
SB, -lXmd .lO. Y. inal limit
W tlmi swDember 1. iM.
Pt s t 6moM i relardisg the
erm, m'i aI asll oa Atlntise
Lie ag l s writw
DIgIts ftPWe Aget.
Jeisnh bllie. ris.

Miss Tebeu's

Boardig a

Day Shool
U Wea I Sal sk.

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The Cotton Crop is Interfering With
Education of Children.
Santa Pe. Nov. 7.-lerre a are yet,
scraping out the last of the crop ol
four-cent cotton, and getting ready to
grind the sugarmane erop. The farm.
es claim, as usual, a ,hen ~ rop. They
seem to be determined to hold etltoe
for better prices this year, but to one
of the esperieen that the writer has
had in fI rnming, the Ietter plan for the
future would be to plat le s, for un-
less there is a ehaage from the present
,y tem of planting a large crop of eot-
ton and depend on thpir children who
onghs to be i ahool to piek It. we
will in a few years turn out the largeet
orop of ignorant children that any
country ean be eursed with ook at
the present average of the country
schools today, sod then ask the eInee
The answer is that we esa'st .,re ot.
too pickers and our ehlldre will bre
to stay out of school Io pick the et.
too. The result will be as tated
above going g to the flanseial eoedl-
tion of our county nor sahoole have
had this year horter Ieram, but by
eaetment of Ihe lasl I.egIalatre nay
roral *hno l tes make as average of
AO per cent ran gept Io months more.
Ask why the *'hoole are sat avalitg
themselves of that most liberal ofer?
The aower r '"loo much eontoo."
The tSants i* public school e getting
longer aiely utder the abl sd men
aoeat manalroemat of Pro:. J l
I)irrnee .prirespel and Mi (ieeor
gai Martin a s iisissa't While the
eebool o in perfeet harmony. its at-
teadai e o* not as gnod doesred.
owing to the iamWe nld atl ry of Ioo
II eh eoc o to rather
R H Ilolate., i'e t'* *atrmelee
grower of th, **,Ifeto. ** epee tag to
mote I HIae au so. where he hea
rw ted a large body of laued. l* will
plat largil ,ri m,!sn,
g. 8. Skunrs Te stfes Aftee f i,
U(. B Brt ar* rf ('Certe Ceeter. N
T. writee bout IwhMtr l eer a I
wrte ry peti*g t*an I had heens e
tlret eamdI of sotI idBly trob9 e
bf aki b 1 ha1 twes l iulse Fe -
te's IMbe Care, It etiely *epd
the brlt doet e.diaOa. an Iela a
mptea I o radmay 4 1e I h--I
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With Renewed Confidence in State
Fair Exhibit, Give More.


hut swu Pmiqi ofSS VMnoM&
leatiems d SP~e.
In "Thlw Lad of Phwos"




.% ~Whiskies, Wines
viM Aand Liquors

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kgots for Pabst Uiwainkes SWr
Ex port, 'r 116, I 110 I'll. 11 pr lo, $1.W
Bit. 1it, Uiblwm, pe'r 10.t~ lu dio&. $12; per dos, $1.30
long's Cincinnati Red Heart Boar.
P rIN, 1)11, 10 d (is. 09; jitr d on. $1.

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With as Fine and Diverstda Exhibit as
Was Evet oOn at Any State Pair,
and Chances are Good That We Will
be Awarded Prise.
The regular monthly nw,,ting of the
Hoard of County Comiii.--.iner wa
held Tuesday, Ohairman l.1 Ihn (. D1m.
pier and Comminvleiir. Pedriek,
Osteen, PauUlagl aed T'l.m Ind being
Thtre was a great do al f I important
bustineas treasseted at i h, metlcing, a
full report of which will I1., taken from
the minute book a* sooul rPme ii re*
Among the most lm(portsiitI ibuiness
was the awarding of an a It lollnal $2. I
nrking a total of $750, for i,,r in mak.
ing a display at the State V'ir. Vioe-
Preidei t BuAs, reltrt intitg the
Florida Mid-Winter Star. I.'ir As.o.
riaiion, and Manager f Kihibits
leneh of the Alarhua (', nty Fair A..
soclitiou, appealed btrrr, the board
and stated tha all arranmo centss were
eonmpleted, &ad that fR. i-rloadsof ex-
hibits had been eolleeted lnd would be
transported to Tampa. ti how what
indueements Alaoeha re, ly offered
to the homeeeeher In sariclltoirr. hor.
tieulture, manufaeltrinti ai d mining.
An additional appropgianton of $260
was asked and readily gr.utidl, as the
rommissinn*er appreeiatil the work of
ManagerTe eh in makirnu the college.
tion, ad appr*oiated al') the area
advertisement and beneti whitlh might
he derived from this exzhit.
A large number of bill for various
purposes wre read, f nid ( orreot.
sad ordered paid. Of th,. amount a
considerable appropriation was for
road work.


4 full quarter
A full (quarts
19 full qn rlrtm

l illart?

2 75
4 (H)
H It)

Ve'a(e dealorm ill Merythinr in the
Liquor line Whinkiw, (Ainn,

1.4o to 6.0( per gal.


mamw amu
Jacksonvflle and Netw York,
Calling at OVIARLKW, 0. U tuith ways.
mb. n td SlmIk I inW Ceustvlm SinY

Tho (Ayde New Englund and southern Lines
[irest loitlee btwoos J A('KPWO ,I A'l.l NMX OM sa
pWVIDMUOK sad All Rotors Polais
(Wilesas at ("harl-to bth wery..
lkuthbesad .. Frain LwtaWhW dom
N fbFroiad Veer Fixit 4 (0abeorla 0., JIU$75RIU

CMvds St. Johns mivr Lim
Meew..,, JA L WeaPeVILt.5 a nd UMAssOmD
*tne0,0 as Pahlo". Altor. t' 1 wange, Seemfesi Ikoraad. ai 1tsn.mdlaa
IAbdbf a. os ft. John@ River v'w ipaelal lWdeeUed. Wowber IKS.
o4 r. i ursn
Ate o pela ind sa el*. af I iI we Leave Aq1e-o mwilne dswpoeeft&*&
date, at S %*toetiailri. :s ago@hlosdwSIDy e seei ;def. a s aPOD. a.

*pm .ftc,... .... ......lr~seSopm
PON pu.
94006......0 1 AD so
-04. l 3 ofItpe
AtIll, too 40 as
-M Ii' IP 'M TC M CT R.I
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ol 's nu A O L
%MI r*sma r e s
dimenj IN r Aswelfel
salowlssamedwaL am Wdl



p, t( f' rtiht or express t chargpq

LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everythlng Im
the Whisky Line:

1'' t'ill quarts, ........ 12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 til q trts . . . .. 4 20
1 2 fill (l quiart ....... 12 0
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Maih Whisky:
Bottled In oad I'ndr t(Jvernment aperrdelea.
till lltltrts, (11l .... 4 00
i; fill quarts ....... .. 5 5t
12' 1till ltiu rtrt ....... 75

St. iYears Old:

Man's Unreasovroaieness

Is often as great as .oiman'. iut
Those. 8. Austin. manag,'r ,f rho He.
pablloas of Lavenseoril, Ind, was
not anrearobable, uhen tI refused to
allow the doctors to j crate on his
wife for female trouble. I litad," he
ys,. "we oonolodrd I, try Elmstrie
Bitters. My wife wa 1 hen so siek she
eould bhaIly leave h*r l-d. and ftl (6)
phydelans had failed to roler, her.
After taking EIletro Hitterp she rwa
perfeetly eurvd, and 'an now perform
all her household dli g tnuarasi,
ired l yll dtrug.lltrV I'ri, O IiI
City Directory -0 r Sale.
We hrae a n uri tr of eopie. of
Bonus sl'll0[)ietry fir alr at The
sun olle. It I a I ajdy rpefrn,.x'
book for bialinaeps mii prefewonal
"me, rIving the niero. of res lrant.
with street ad riaml, r I'rle,. J.


tbo (.sofu U .eP4. of a na" fee.
salee s adove 6 Germe,
There ST. msln r, w ho wear tbeir
hatsprueial all It,- .ne vbo awak
&W4 are bi...d alit e.h a hasoo r of
hair. yet if the o:sllp f f th~#am* e Om
&atv bea-a tat,, 1 wit h dofuE
ge111 Ihe parasoi" *1'i.d w I air fil)
the quic.,fetwltie k r t ir rlI1e"0
v.ul4 ., wue as tho rl '.1rvuls Now.
bio's IferpWte b!ri ieep oo rww ar.
atoKi61tasm anbeeplity -AirtoALt@aifwsdw
ev.'vth Ilrpield. I -a ua ..ant batr
drmnig raseweil mas '-in* R tur. r&#A
--npiaiA ne.I h,, is l.O tI InprIu e "mb.
Oien." NO.tA %v sOl. *rwi ( toresIu
WLi in atet. n)C for sa -ito Th IS*
N-W ( IWtIts. nor6
J. a.P d(11.. NseI

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ft Ir ...Oajin of 'Is Me v &ac lpCa
I for* So I. I' a1,t itasistW sIJ&A

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-'P Not t o"xC .ED ,8,000, *A3 0its Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Q TO XEE 000 e. Time Tablina effet April l, 1906.
EAxhibit of Boulware M8SOArat, Al
ses I .QU GAama J9ii
* 5t r at Stateo Fair Would OMMIOm "e M, W 8T 8IDE SQUABE, ,R- -HHigh Spria sad -Inter- M8 an
Thing, and Appropriated
Mo neN That Purpo7 Mey Os k lp Os, p. arg ad Tamps, and Is
iv OOUnnell met In regular Ludisapolli, Jov. 7-de-ildat J f II| aM "laf e Poian ,
sesiloo as the Ciy Hall MoB. Lynch, of the latiraoal Typ l0 pa Paslue. JandtaemPo ntIs
Iwntlg. There were present loal Unioe, recetred word t a tl li O A.t Ja nvilled W
Broomes, sad Alderman the American Fedemtta oif l1or h,
s 0hman, Hodge, O'Netl, d tlded to levy on its mebes an ia *.. f ria, Wayeo, Savannah, Brawiek, Ist
esnd Winetook, making fall sessument of 4 cents a week ftor foeai ItaMtlg and Fishlg Dilly Albay, Atlat all Poaints North, East West IW1y
re weeks. The money derSved. fmm thl- --
Aftr the meeting ws lied to or- 'asessment of the members of the Mtl o Do woeUe, MiSanopy and O6ira i,
'der the minutes of the prlovios meet. erztion of Labor will be t.r aer Rt octhelle. iainpy D isr
fog were read sad approved. D thel lternatloal Typotraslunlo our--ama
The reports of the marsha and 0ol. to be applied to the defense hfod. The ae"NNW ,-- < Im H pp I *
leetor were read, received and ordered total amount ths raised drting tie MM6 DLA- AS, D f High Spritgh dpings
filed. four weeks will amount to about $0O, ,.wsam Lns. sar o "ay ______ ____ _
The followlat reoluatlo was ofered 0r* aBt.MMh. Miul..ge Tiekets, good over 18,000 miles of mang tMe prim.
bt Alderman Tdylor and almooely t dp l toe SBm ther States are on sale by the prilaipal agemn.
preeds iTxredt Alexander Very III. Ai I Polsman leeper Port mpa to New York. via Alantie Oo*e
"Bseolved. That the elty attorney New York. Nov. 7.-A special to Y a e o via Atioatie Ooset Line and Southern Railway.
be lesrueOted to prepare sad aobmit the World from Deerteld, Mam., says r complete folatatilon, e ll on
to lth eouasll an ordinance (or roo-. that the ooadition of James W. Aiex Asd esromo" re reoM IsdiIe. J. A. 0 0WIN. lTcket Akgemt, Oualiviie.
S ls$ou) lnstroeting and autborlsing ander, frmer president or the uta,, J would be bepp with yoar AddrOess:
I bard of poblis works to buy, at a able UJfe Assurance society wasu port The Mi.0 to M eo's o.r A 188 W. Bay st. Astor Bilding Jauon.llSTARKe, Fla.
i 1& to ezoeed $8,000, the property t lost night as being serious. He II S ieso10"',tn, H. M. BMERSON, Traf. gr., W. J OaRAIG, Ge,. Pan. Ags..
Awa Mas the Dormitory; oak proper. ss sed to hi bed for two weeks ad meu a be-4 Meo.U oobl* Wilelnutos. N. C Wilmington. N. 0.
to be held for park purposes, has been unable to sit up more raaa "or.--e-nt beal lII_-1"_warp__
i eold, so In the judgment of the ow Bnaute"sa day. He wa removed 4 W- s l
4o md of public works is demed bat to A sanitary here veral weeks $ emO .11ll AW& u rbrlf Raluay o ddo"soe"s
r tinrtere oGainesll" will not be able to Sowlyoea l e eDe:k"o .ere6oe L .. a 0 .2 ruoie Gulf tRailway Company
After the passage of this reolooeta fo e ver month eve under She KEYSTONE BAKERY Time Table In efeet September 24, 1905.
he plark ed 'a number of bills, all of test favorable elroumstances. i BAKEn, ...... --
whleb. beleg found correct and proper. "a6L TI
lyhproved, were ordered paid. No Can of Pnoumnoola on Record. N o. 4. No. s. .- No. 1. o. 8i
It was ordered that the lIght at the We do ao0 know et a single lnstancoe s D'y Daly. TATIONS. Dily. JDe',I
teorer of d44d eow trees and Pal.- Whw a sooh or sold resulted in
tlet avesae be added to the city poseomel or eonsomption when Fo- SS I.
11ght bill. ley's Homey and Tar bad been taken. .. 1, P L(.Av tM Ar. P .DAr PM; .; .iii..
Its oestioe of lasmtdoelig theseele. Itsorte eooghe aud eolds perfessly,. ....I 800 i ....... ..........lrSrfleld ................... 20 .....
....... l ........ n ...............1....
brted Bourlware priis water as the sao do not take haem with soame on. ties CiCUtilg..... .. 810 I ....... ... ...e ........ ....... 2 0 ......
aste eir was tdbeaseid,whih result. kown preparatioo which may eootal ...Library... .. :.::: .... '.'. t ..'.":.:: :::: 2 06 .
etvesotellflta motion by Alder. opiates, wbith aus eosstlpation, a .... .... 80 ....... ....... Hlokman..................... 200 .....
man sBoe aon t *umoot endna *oidtmsl tat reuds r everyy from ........ ........ ........ I Ake Bimonton.............. 66 ....
So0 be ppoprited SoplaNMI old. Ask for Foley's Hn a M 00 t...... ..for. Mi onspy .... .. 4 I .....
p~ P p e o Tor ed relfBaatsubstetute offered.4... 10 0 ....... .... ... leanopy................. 0 ......
wan Springs water on ebibitlo *as J.-W. Moolloi Co. 4 15' ... ... ........ Kirkw od................. I 2 ......
Wh fSeir.aU biill s la eo aee e witnks x ----s PMd ue e Tmut. te . .. 4 ...... .......... Olr tt................... 1 20 ..
........4 o ... ........W ..............
peae ofeeam to be approved .by tb Long Tunnel Completed. ohw e ea beS..... 4 S0 ... .... ........ y Pont .... ... ..... 0 ......
MshesCOouaty Fair AMsselatoa. Five Nashville, Tena, Nov. 7.-The taU .ever.ah week wt ew1D. 00 ...... ......o.ky 12 l .80,......
meibesn of the boardtbought it wem a el under Baker's Hill on the Ia ......... Li 0 0 e....... 90 lu6Ar ...
ged thing, wi t the sult that the viSe sad Nshvll railroad, 18 mmike ........6I0 8L I .........Belstmy........ 8 0u S6 .... .
,...7.......goo ....0 ...........ellamy ........ 8 405 9bb 8 ......
a" m w arie, five to two. W et Nashville, ha bqm ea.et- ........ I ......-*oyi ........ 80 ......
Ie *oaleJss to provide for the gi. Wl rat U the 3r t tralas west thosqh .W.. OAm DS *70 712 ......_- rhAm ...... 8 0 0 ....
.igotboodby the members of the today. The tunnel early mile ....... 9 0 1e 0 ....Pjlaskt,@. S. f .... 6 8 p 00 a ... ...
be4rd of p bile works as bond tre. 10 g, ad with the approaes s et ....... **** . ...*. ...... .......... . ...... ...... ......
tees, sd amount of ame, wa plaeed bsht e1.000.000. T e ntresting teast DR. DaVERE B. MORRIS, ... ... a .. kelty, 6 aF... 704 p i .....
upoa Its An, smood and shird red. t n onmsoted with this tunnel 18 that ...... 21 0i 1 G1 10 ....add-Se .B S. A. L. p... '148 0:
gs sMd awed. so dirt was tak out, t boten bells i bl.IA ....... 8 4 4 1 p .....Mnesm,. A f ...... 11 80 i 4to a ...
A resolution was passed instruoatin g h o ck.114 rek- ......... 7 Is5 afA l ....th 0. ata, Co ....... 7 60 ; 00
S_ ........ Ar AM T A4 vML M.
the mayor to remove, or easse to be*OlsenSJ Phone71-3r&AAP
removed. all the eme.ohments of Sivglsh Live. a Fe to Ambition. O P
-*aDteon '[rlas J Iaug a do seo run between Gainesville and Fairfield on Sundays.
whatever nature on atn of Fatory Yen esanot aesomplish very mushe L 3 B-- s SpstnL
trees to the Seaboard Air Line Rll. If your liver is iassive, l s you fee1 J A. OABRLIaL, L. L BAKBB._ Oar Saperiastodons __J .. HILL, Aonet.
way. doll, yeo ees are heavy and slight ATTOANEY AT LAW
There being no farther buslows, the serdos exhausts yee. Ortso Lass. And Solicitor Is E lqult
eouuell adjourned. tive FrIt SyOp stlmuleste the liver O U T H E I N A IL VAY.
en bowe satd makeM yoa fel bright eat Estato, O.vey aleM ndG Om.' B0ective May 38, ,ogx.
If the Saby to Outtng Tth ti and active. Oriam lsanilve Irlt eral Pasties. All b0i Posm
8e sore and ume that ol and well syrp does not nausease or gripe amd a"*oed to. Tt MNd Wms0. door. .
tried remedy, Mr. Winsalow's Booth- ve_ pleasant so Iake. Orim o is mo m aoe OA1WUVs, I F.aTra .in&aUW-e.--- od _r_ dWest_. 1-
8g Syrup, for ohidree seethl oth thp e ahe lees. Refuse substitutes. J. W. Me- F RDINAND RBAYTER, Lg p . ..oy. y 11 40s 1040p Lv Juap. Ga. So. Ry. 10
allae all pan. arm wle d ltos and tio ATTOR Y ATA LAW, Lr Oolfias .h.. 80. Roy p 00t Arsttia.sta, a 8o.Ry. S10
thebestremAdy(ordiarrhoea. Twue. Dm ** hi Ha*&. OA sVA".jJ, *- loaa. ArOltee ....o. O.y 10 p M Arome.ha tio. Ry. 7 8M
syl-ve ents a bottle. la 114t dmud Keen was rUen- Ar GeimeboVro.... yo. l 19 lLp Ar Dalso,. G, So. R *. | as *
the anrt oif Othllo. He had uttern the Ar Dna .... ... BO l91 1 I Ar hatssnsoog. Te.n o. .&g
Arrested on Witnue Staeed. wor, "thelos .e '0partos e yo .W Oer, (m ___ Ar^mea.o &.
Jr.. wHil, u 'he wilt stand I te had ju; stiengtb to lhiemper. e sand w 9 Alo thak to.. :1 *1| Aeamnnl o. l our 8I
tying; speler htfifYstkG to her sat ed wee .1ew k...?.1. 4 lp D,,

fr.- t'e .tatttlt* statement to the almost uneonseloe all 1 ti* e *.. O Ahe ). $
ourt thal he and flftoen other prias was on the sta. nad died thre days AdT5TB Y-AT-iW, N-"pW TY and Fioort e Ar A I .Monoe 7
era. sbus,. sntencM would not habe late. In S HarEly while playi IoAam..bn pIa Dl OHA Y., i D ^TgFS^Td' ^SiiS' .--D-.-
eOplr,.d u r. Ik. BOturiTu wr.: 0 W i,^iY 'i0 D Jteems Ar o, O. .. .S
leased frhm the workho.o sa week .o>amo wes errshi ^tIN^8V pEi tt, 9Aio AJe Co., -Lo g o. ** T a nd Ptda 1, o... 1a. Pa 1 -T.
last aturdJay, in order that they mhl medItye al af v ,tter p OSkeN[r EdVe B ,stek LJ i.-" De0 ^lra ODwis Ae PLbm .P.O PaM 8Lw
resmt.rr and vote. Beits nad the ws? Senee.ie. CSr Yagheskeinile so la ^ **ma 6.gler *tfp
iatmenwas when asked tiy the court ; J 1theoblr e had to b o eW W TY. As OLtelihd, 0 Big Foor *8
be had ever been l. prisoner., ot .--gl. ..i, .iin A, ,.- *r.*. -......it. ". _-
______. J.' --- -n H.AL&AAt~aa aa,.teg "Who lllea a t a* Ms SS^ At testsy ... o.ga g

Arranging for Stats eRgmeu. Tqk BVSy At 1;;;G:7"ft
At to anmel balmen mest a4 iO a DuITI ...b.1l2N A. .
1 acon. UUs. No w. T.- -<506r11 00 191`0114 0 MrO of A IPf fm 6 0 S it.- At. S -. & t 7
wett rang of C0,11gia aro now busily oarft ot* s ow a twbrehrn ..mAt1mob* ..DyI lAt
Ar Trtr t in mitin g long tw tile sw e m GOW iiDR1 1111 010 SO, 108- I lup--
eunkwv V L b Isto L be hold4InMase"W esdIss" m ft im wA4b sIN O- .. __ _At...
wit Wr~d ci cday and hursday. V m a of wpm &S. . .k.4b-Frida Ljm*e.
oraup o this city arv busy with do User. opeily NI L I r.... ............. r 6s vestibele $usls, h
tails r a rtd ing th .e prograin$ a4 aof 00 ama. M1D% lom m= inIemd9 *0
be Ir 'ly ppr r -. I to ca re r t e arge 1. W IS MS o 5Zt V _____ Ju sv u to
auwbsrtm .'f of pl." c igmtt be b OrW th Ift o S _d O W b"n Co bet
O a __lu_. All r ap oeinsM e bowls asA1 110101m
boardlitig bmsosr have b eft -mk Now
tomaijaw dti' Ie' s w ll t o#m % ft W o A Ou l S N W. Aw YA ,O A JA OK SS)hi LL.%* -
rive IL be ee..-.s. 3. diasbOW Lan
so ~ i WU ~ I~ t TO...3. Wftsblmp8a" andFLeim, ~
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I Sy% h" LEMEN.1
~,~ ~ --.M E. ...unshine in your
g Aese .r .Ahrm as e rm
b3aah iO Home
ml iaaf de abilty and great o1m e
spi tty reft ed to enter a
whik would yield.him a large
et the temptation to become Fift-tWO times a year is asurod
migt eat up his desire to help his to you if you
men. le feared that the frantic
for wealth a, d aef eing R EA D
b the majority of men with REA e SUN
hi poiltton would force him to
t would tnelsibly draw him
the ame vortex of relflanesa. lie That illustrated weekly paper,
that bis deals would become tar- printed in Jacksonville and
that his aspirations would be published everywhere.
ed In such an atmosphere, and so
tbo.u a roc~tion which would en-
him to reader the greatest service A K.
humanity. A. K. Taylor
:t Is a refrPshing thing In a material
e to e people wh11,)l ambitious LMLes the Cartoons and all the
ja be useful rather than rieb. who are
ore eager to help others tlha to make other pictures.
maoey. Thee are nature's noblemen;
these are the dlarareter whib'h .enrlrbh
life and which have push e ivIllza- Claude L'Engl
tion up from the savage to the Flo Ir.'ile
llgbtlngales andl the I.lci,,xns.
One of the uioat prohe ,I..l n thina lIn pupgent editorial paragraphs
about our civilization t .l.y is thmtt, looks after the things that
sle by ade with the gnl tIor g',! I is need attention.
the ever growing alsioh ,it lhmIi;tiai; V
far good. The numbeIr of I"',:i! \\w!
prefer to be useful to their ftIll ,,v r , WAIM, BRIGHT, FACINATINOLT
other than to make tiot,.y' I 1 .I CLEVER
tantly Increaalsg. This ,tLs; 11 f, LEVE
good is the malt of hurnariry; it J1- w\tl,;
lakes us believe In the futture or tiit That's the tun
race.-uccess. hat the un

ARTISTIC TEMPERAMENT. If you pay to read this paper you
Densed asn Dis ase Trat AIctsl can read TH' SUN too,
Gilbert K. Cheterton's "Ieretles"
cotain some of knest nd mot us or write us and
amusing writing. Of great men he ob. Ask u or w
serves: "The first rate great man Is
equal with other men.like Rhakespeare. e'l 1te 11 h
The second rate great man to onbl hl W 11 tell yOU hOW.
knees to other men, like Whitman.
The third rate ireat man is superior to - --
other me, like Whistler." In the tol THE NEEDLE'S EYE.
lowing there may be discovered o
much truth as humor: tr"al s *tr l He w tshe Seew
"The artistic temperauenwt Is a dil. la em oti.d Wasr.elvd.
eae that afflcts amateurs. It Is a dis- Ellas flower almost beggred himself
ee whIch arises from men not havlnlg before he discovered where the eye of
sUfilent power ofr expresaion to utter the needle of a sewing machine should
ufficlent power of exprt-plon to utter, locae. His of nriginal Idea was to
ad. get rid of the element of art In!be located. Him original idea was to
their belg. It Is healthful to every sane follow the model of the ordinary needle
man to utter the art within him; It s and have the eye at the heel. it never
esmeatlal to everv sane man to get rid occurred to hinm that It abound be plac-
et the art within him at all costs. ed near the point. and be might have
Artits of a large and wholesome vital. failed altogether If be bad not dreamed
Ity get rid of their art easily, but in be was bulkliig a swwing machine for
artist of les forte the thing lecomes a a vage king In a strange country.
a preNsure and prodoces a deinite pal, Just as In his actual waking experi-
wlb ls called the artistle tempers ea be was rather perlexed about
twi Thus vtery Iret artists re be the needleo' eye. He thought the king
to be ordinary men-men like Ifhake- gave him twenty.four hours to crn-
spere or Browning. There ree many plote the machine and make It sw. If
ral tragedies of the artistle tempera- not Oanlhed in that tlme, death wa to
mint, tragedies of vanity or violence or be the punisbanent.
fear, but the great tragedy of the ar. Howe worked and worked and pus
tlstc temperament is that It cannot sled and puzzled and finally gave it up.
produce any art. Thent be thought he was taken out to
be executed lie aued that the war-
THE BRIDES OF VENICE. ors (arr ed smears that were pleron
near the head. Instantly came the so.
As Ameael (ustom That Orne Had a lotkiw of the difflulty, and while the
ade Ilterruptla Inventor was being for time be
In the year 902. accord ug to old cns- awoke. It was 4 o'clock -o the mora-
te, all the brides for the year at ing. Il* Jumped oat of bed. ran to his
VTele alnembled on St. Mary's eve at workshop, and by 9 a needle with an
to cathedral, taking with ttwm their eye at ti point had bwe r"ely mod- ]
dwrie In small rests. There they eled. After that It was easy. Tb' IsJ
awaited their br iegrooms, who fol th true story of' a Important Itsadeet
Wed them, and after mast they were In the lunvltlon of the swlig adlncktes
agevd and received the bishop' J
Ia.thbl year the Mea rover. of Tret -
b-U Ia upon tim expectant maidesa, spe* eetII1r Ia N.e efry l***aI *l-
Wbo were all dressed In white. with e o Icl"^ l ltaL.
ill Ioosely flnowln and Interwoven What I wlh." says an eesayLtt La
wttl tI ads of fok. carried them off Col'nhall M~aga.iza. "*l that people
to their arks sand hoisted sal. woel lpI) I seal Mue Urt of rtoe-
TY deg. of Ven'ied summoned his ams to talk tatl they atply to g lf,
at a rams, purned the rover. over. that they shots Ik dejlr, ttUprove their
t~ them l a creek salll known aa gau. brwtl 4,,'r their ulatalken.' try
the Pot a the Damanels ad brought @o do better Iy ty it that ma may a
t hame back In triumph peosi*l woult i tibhk it Illgllt sad e*f. i
a b mw of this eveat a aolemn faiiateC to try t* Inar a e ter talk *
p aMaia ef twelve yo og women Iad yet thin k it ulaly sule rstkaaol toI
ebk psta yearly. and the Martan try lto but tt. olf our. It mut
o-e w eerv- d with great peI, be done w ltib a natural Met aid c
dia tIl the year 137. whea they? )to**a't Ur It e uiew.
W d- I'eUliaaud la a 4i1 e of da- lhat ta (2,i" ,, e o,,lt" getsm of
M W S.-l-Mdkta daL the t4i | oM ftah,,t..-I tatrU ard wit*.
Wu^_ ( I tiitllIl S lti;asie*f *,s sliai (t tU

Sadie Seoul 116" ledNIELm "I u I..c t. a ro resaag f.,t 5
--- 3194201 ts he etbr. a l ..Ie uusl sI .. t ,it"..-r ,t.-n
0 0Wa at *w T the e b*tC In07abi tew.. i 'as
ftbft oft vw f s t e to 10 Ig fo4rth rw to bia
UM &M C b@e Jg g whomU he a I Ibley j) i.ry ue li I t tsnw "I-
aftr y gnag, WtW& tbv bqW &twy *SA i u I. s w -g. j,., r &A ftal #* a Ito
46a sqb -1s tim wdwo A of Mr to Wb(Ps huat w IAua 04y T lag
do We a *sW 4CMageetbw0 tatb ad t to mob. op
X& A901010 %dW - I t w betby osvwnLm'
4111 16 fees wf Latrw ) e bO In to pwy a" to kbe F btIs-
good" W.Jeff YI had do kft d of law you greism Y A

M 94=1 but60heik daho M. i.to NA, bt spibob"HOYItb Ael OMU.
2100 00 e1k.thue bwletotebrdoofakowo m

AWAIG 9dbe Sel Lbbbo'ewl ofteetah.
~.4 in~~uop ~g Hstj 1). Damage. Sepoverwel.d5
l o W W Ad M ase r a taefl s f e f3. a
wm Lhot b rewNl wI NosG
'4M .V 0 0101

aM" ended's
gs u l pomos bou di a
c.: LCI) ~ rrrl IJ nrt II,.6~rr as
~~P~r mr ~k wrrLJ 00goal we OL ilr~.~ rl

Large, ool fu eimso w room, at Oeaon
View HIotUc. Fihftlk. I.'ghrthnse.
keepint priMvileH Rate (i to $8 per
week, esrb r Nealo m ny tp had
Oret door. W. L.JL PNKII tm Prep.

The Florida
Fruit and Truck G rower

L. IRUMI T, MI r ant PrYepr,
Oie a............ 00
smiIk 10......... 19

A Md IIs pe hIi5t ma iaine
deoted I--ht to the interest o
tie trlut ad legtble growers of
A spleeI il beseription of six
moathe wUl bek M on rseipt of x

Loiaiville &

INMnhille R. R.

Bet Line to
Blrlmilgh, rshvlle, rMempblI
Knexallk, Lembllle I( Ilndlatl,
St. Lel, Clhisae sa uall polnts
North nd WMt In thrshuib cars.

O11l Hr aoperaln g hrouih sleepers
from Florida to Obloago.
Only line operating through sleepers
from Florida to 8l. Louis w ith dining
ear eeorlee.
FilnetdilinmKger rvieo ii th, South.
Thbrugh tourist sleeper toi Califor.
For information s to rates to all
pointU North ad Weot, srcheduilee and
lull information Ieall on or write
,Fa. Pu Ait. L. A H. .,
M West by Street, Jacksonille, Fia.




Makes a Specialty orf All Kinds
of Plain and Faney


Job Printing

.. ..For...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc

Legal Blanks on Short Notice.

TMe lolloieg leiterr f row neof oUr
Mw) I I4 eveeo.
I. H. Mus
uhe., Si Keee.i u
Dow Or RoomUwfathe p rIati.
r0"64Wib Oft 008, 41-H Myi4sa 4 f
is tl!"oety S"Utwwry I Who 0e
powwwr-w o ma"O. w $haft" far
go, prompta t ib s 'alIbog eide
YeaIs treijo
WOem enl rdes .7153 WN.

in =,"bomb, ff~
$DOmik.lls0 9 -no
movie. sn h. mmil

gam. on m. mi

deemsll 1 ~II *
ml. I0 5U p-'kL~Iin~ u

ruuIIlk uijW.

Air Line Railway

Savannah, Columbia, Carfiden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia, New York.

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Line Operating
Daily Throulh Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orliee

For full information and lhreper reirvations eall on sao algnt eatboad ea
write A. O. Macl()NKIL.., S. 0. BOYLBTON JaI ,
Asslr minerall Iaeltrger Agent, Passeaer Aet,
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Florida East Coast Railway.

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Wh* Wil 9tr itpp en and What is Going
eldM In Short Paragraphs
i' l U "He4 Who Runs May Read"

puffs. Keystone Bakery.
sii calling cards in late styles
01116 0.Is
U. JM. Halle of Alsahus was a visitor
S OOanlasville yesterday.
W,. 0.Sowden of Mleeaopy was in
.14 ther oity on business yesterday.
Oall on the Gine ville Bottling
Works for keg elder, ll flavors.
SMise Winale Tooker of Roehelle
was shopping in the city yesterday.
Ms. W. D. Williams of High
1Spriap was ebopplog in the city yes-

P. D. 2rwih, merchant of Fairbaoks,
was teansetiog business i this aity
0. Rivers of Jaksonville, repro.
ma ti Orng6er & Lewis, lumber, is at
A k' .Mo Brown House.
Miss May Ford has returned to this
.' after soverhl weeks spent in her
old home. Oooneant, Ohio.
I I. Faoth of Alaebas has returned
to his buloee at that plsoe, after a
plesen t visit to his family here.
Turpentine luase for sale at this of.
i oe,60 per done, $8 per hundred.
'ash mbst eooompany order. dawtf
SV VV. Vanhous of Lakeland, after a
pleasant virit to Dr. and Mrs. J H.
Alderman in this oity, returned to his
'how yesterday.
tDivisloa SBperintendent H. A. Ford
of i4a Atlaatie Casat Lla returned
S eterday from an oleial villt to Pa*
l r e and other points.
J. P. Lynbh. who recently pureoaed
S plant sod timber of the Aleboa
yprea Ompany, was a business vie.
m, lee th is Iely yesterday.
S D. D. Weeks and son of LaOrowe
Sne among those who paid OGains.
V.il.. a vslt yesterday. Mr. Weeks lI
S nssat of thet aboard Air Line at that

M te mrs/Means left yesterday for
lm wna, where oh e has bon Ueleated
Sat attendant aS the Mana.-Evane

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(Vormirty awI*1 so"d Sol as
. SATfNOkA ....
No basse it formula e pa kaa. "The ame
only ba beem aebahr to aed ieolftoa. M
we O soro sd o lve so valuable preppre
tioA oonomed with say other).
NkAADINOL& t arm ous yt d W, n W
1bs e ef eultby. e or e iborers th Il

ol dnleaoolWW tcdr. M) texoar tto
beauty of oYa
PriMe sONeu tdl $1.. fold la eoab olty
by aU idtIff rnLteto. or by malL
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
Bold In Oaloteeil by J. 8. Bodiford
A Co. lnd J. W. Me0olla Co.

J. 0. Adklns of Island Growve was
among those who visited OGaineville
Five-room ottrag for' rent, fur.
albhed or unfurnished. Apply to J.
M. Flewelloe. dtf
Rev. F. H. Oranihll has gone to At.
Iats to attend the missionary eouven.
tion of the Eploeopal Obureh. He ex.
pote to return on Friday.
Mrs. A. M. Deanis and daughter,
MiN Hattie, have returned from aa
e*tUeadd visit to polat lan Osanda and
the Bua. Friends are glad to wel.
eome them home r agin.
A carload of Booth Oarolina granite
for the nOe Epieopal oburek has
been reoelved. The granite is e -
eeptiobally handsome, and will show
up to fine adqnta lao the stroeture.
Warranty deed and mortgage blacks
for sale t this olee, the form usd la
Alasabht ea ty whih nave money la
reording. 9 per hundred or M0 par
dodea by mail. Oash muss mseompany
order. dewsf

o ptalIU whch will traniire this A onmber of olive trees are beina
nuptials, wi will trspie this wanted on the sidewalks surrounding
evening. the Graham properties. wblh will
You won' forget the "Blue Ribbon auks oe shade in a few yeaNr. While
flavor." Ask aey lady that's usod the tree is not a large one, it Is fe
Blue lRhbon lemons and vanilla If there ored with an abundanoe of leave
Is any flavor Just like te "Blue Rib- whihe make a tempting shade In warm
bon flavor." weather.
F H. Bisk. represeating the Fox We are In position to furnlsh first.
typewriter, haa been spending the past els been, oake and lettooe hampers,
two or three days in this olty slatlng also sabbNo and eanaatoupe orteae
the lheal amnt, W. B Higdon, nl eloe. promptly as reaonable prie., and
ing up a few trade. gIarantee prompt shipment on all
A M Cushman, district deputy contraeta Ship on either A. 0. L or
grand master of the Masonlo fraternity 8. A L. railroads. WilliIato Maeu-
of Florida, loft yesterday for Miea- fetoriaO Co., Willistos, Fla. dawtl.
sopy. where last night he paid an of- Notwithstanding that a t)elegr was
elial visit to Mioenopy lodge. ent Immediately after the death of
Their household good of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. ute. B. Boouon to the lodeof Odd
W. A. Avant arrived fmrn Sumter, Fellows In whlh he held a member-
8. C., yesterday. and hereafter Mr. ship. Westfleld, Conn., askai lfor Il-
and Mr. Avant may be found at home atrestioas l regard o the dispositleo
in the Halle residence, West Main of the remalas, nothing| a bu e heard
*etW, N so far. There remaale are la shW p of
The regular monthly meeting of the Undnetake MeOolliea, and ealese
Earmst Worker*' tHoclty of the Pre soIme delaite leatreetose sree re Iln d
byterian behorh will 1e held this after. today the Internet will likely be
soon at t h home of Mrs. J A Me. made ai Brtreeg n emetory. T
Klatry. 8,:1o'eloek A full attend. reIdMOn of the family of Dr. Beteoa,
*w Is desired. If he had a filly, l toet kaowa.
Aswil beo en by notiee in this is-
aue. T.J. Cae. the awmill man at T
Ialeigh.bh established a grist mill for READ THIS.
Lhes aeoarodation of those' who de- OLAauvnms LU,T i.Jo, l8 101.
eIr to take adr h tae. Mr Coe will Dr. K. W. Hall. #. Isla. 6 .: Dar
rintd on saturday of ealh wb k ilDetor-It is Wt -that I F e
F. R. 8, Rhodes, re ently appointed *pe. nmd W r toi lqr kid
oilarl at of the, divilon of the .At. My a"d bldr Uu|j8 'mwO
*eth Oaset Line, was In the *ily on and myself Mba bothi 'LJ i
dIetal bus*Me yesterday. Mr. lhodes, periemead -isreaO iM' n Its r
mtIs b a married man, will likely bring a- oqli .
bbhis family her and make (atbrreTiloe is-
"gleatrAeros. A
F.X. O. lytt of Cl att. 8. T. ,ySle. oe amaU beWte "q Wel
tnteorty of ttbe W\eet d bit im.-w de,. RHall's vseaS & EQS 5o
makea hiUhome an Tapea. Captas. kIane ra Ma bldi b yln i
W. Q. lbesee and daughter. M is, gravel. ease ilmdt iw eml I
Clde. of High triF. and F. W F. weak a s wH a' = IlM
Orl ia aosielle were ac imon Ih sn adl MiI tie bd
vitdI a" this ed y yesterdayy. ,
Nlodf11to te ubOWP C-1 have estab. 55 s chlden
ud ak Raeigh, FPla a m and ~u. rwiltU *Se ilbe
-ate grist oe earn mill est rely srp. e
51-rad aopt nfm y awuill. aand O, D5

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Amthoer fI e ftw eM d be.
ter easet Ib e D aIr., ad
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to -prele steme 0o 0
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o*ne pseoped tu y.

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IS Holiday Shopping




*W. W. J. su ew a aby oi eX a.|
11.1J.0:4H 1 of 1 e peo Oily woe
Iai tw yesterday.
RL I. Lcamberils of Taeoma, one
of be ladleml larmro e sed troekera of
bat leMo1. was a bouslae visitor so
naieowjlik etssoday.
J.H. Joalomo and on, D M. John.
son, of Iland Grove were l 'the city
jpterday snd made The eon so a re.
abb INll, the former renewing his ub,
seriptkm I
M. Oea)e of Alaehos. one of the val.
ed employee of bhe J. i. Feteb Cp-
pIym, w in -the e ty yesterday and
u4t4 'he k ea Rall. He sttes thn
BoftwlNbeadlh te fas that &be cot-
tma p Io *s s t sad rlfs poor, Sot.
eentsows far this sson hav beea
Mr. and Mnr Hal Young sad haby
and Bayward Yoong, who bare been
Ia thbi est for the pat few days u
uate of relatives, departed yesterday.
The former, with bls family, will go to
BpoataWu rg, 8. 0., where be has .
epted a lIealtve position with the
8pothern Railway. Hayward Young,
who for the past year bea been em-
ployed a yardlmeter by the Atantie
Boost Line at savannah, will return to
his duty.

On account of the annual meeting
of the 'Southern EdUcational Asmoci-
atlon, with meets at Nashville, Tean ,
November 22-., the Atlantio Coat
Line RaIlway has arranged to se11
tiekete at one drt-eluas fare plus
twentyra le ents for the round trip.
Thoe tickets will be on sale November
h0th and lst; final limit of same
will be November 804k. For full in-
formatioa or sleeping ear reservations
Wpe Atlnte 0o0e Line aoeant or write
Frank O. Boylaton, Distriot Passenger
Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
On saooont of the Boothern Confer.
eneeon Immigration and Qoarantine,
which meet at Ohattanooja, Tenn.,
November 9th and 10th, the Atlantic
Ooat Liar Railway has arranged to
sell tickets at one flrt-lass fare ploa
twenty-fve o~ta for the round aip.
The alekets will be on sale November
8th arid Lih; final limit of same will be
November 16th, prior to midonlht of
which passenger most reah original
starting pdltt. For fall information
or sleeping ear r ervaiions see A dan*
tie Coast Lnoe annse or write Frank
O. Boylieon, Distrest Pasenger Agent,
Jalkeonvill, Pa.










Greenleaf & Crosby Co.,

Jewelers and Importers,

41 West Bay St.

- Jacksonville, Fla.

Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention

(Fint emer booth of P. O.)
Fames C"atntal C dr Key Oytern. Drip Cefl. Western eatst.
vies Useaxelled. Opea Early nd Late.


The FaI Term of the Circuit Court To F. TIOEAS
W be a Lengthy One.RT
The fall term of the eircolt court for UNDE. RT I CO.
Alhhoa eoosty will convene aelt
Tuesday, the 14th ine., and s a result PULL LINE OF
8eriff Feaell and Deputy Sheriff
OnG r hae been buoy for the pt NEW 000DS....
few days summoniea jurors and wit-
am .e"se AI:SNT. F 'R
The doeket Is a heavy one, and it
ay require three weeks or a month I O~NTRETS. TOBSTTUOES
to elear same. A onumbr of u0e &nd IROX FEM E.s
have bee standing for some time. sad I see our -iuml.r.
It Is the derin of Judg Wills and -. ----
8(tte 8olWteor Calbooe to clear the Peroca *rntitn to ,.: nrLe. r
desket of tbese eases mopeeally. rispUS &a eeo er;rr orde
Mr. Winggis An Ot-Timer.
"I oee by The SB of rent date ( qlovllle, Fkorda.
hat the are only three reedents of f
Aljshe aaty whI wnee etiaseo of A-
FlMsdaas aTorrlteyr," rmrleed Bur. OAI VUILLrb tATORITI
roll Wigaes of Bagel, who was EOUT.
semg the vitetm t OaIeesvile Meae.
4a. "I o is Alaeseaty Asee In R
." "1 the % .w r lachua Pool Parlors.
Iat I-w stae. I1o. Mad ian- m
metb a Flordei wasM st dltted to
thebo Ulosea Mew I am Mm that
so an *eml" mysef Len. e L"Ied n the PoaeNr Wle* u,
Mr. Wi8hs M me4 tl aia btfrtor- sIedo" a TL..l8 S? i
mealsr l e p tee ei aid so ast eed t, .ad prwap sa em
the it bst tabee pklmeo ap aso Te min lJy tbidad
Sad e att e ha __________________
be Sarvsu ato pel miabe lUea h.aeb -a- -. -
ggg, If he he- st Sig gesmette ted
Ie-e sh tm. DOU N T
Ne t theU di te LAm tt h Mr.
Wila h W OdSt i oA rip, ae. he .-o..b
i pet ave, eAd desiesan bwe etlow I &w ,vg.
thbeeam seuese as wwk a s m u se I uM
~ a0eu01 8 d 0at 0- a* &- lsd OA W. ,MS w at --i. .a
etade hiM de W la U Waht sea m rr r W *e* *L..a. UI
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