Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01017
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 9, 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: VID01017
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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RIOTERS BARRICADE STREETS. tn. au niosco %% i0 s,'laries of no
1NS' NEW NT 1-s-,ha11 kS' of t Of z Mt dRS. CHADWICK IS
City of Prague in Hands of Revolution teral lists w i:l tv tundi taken init M
VERY EX ITING late--Want Equal Suffrage. tely in ord''r to not intrRFreD with Th,
New York, Nov. 8.-A cabie dispateb I convocation of the, nia*.cnal amitE Nbly T IAL
to the Herald from Praguie ays that t the end of January.
rayor of New Barricades formed of stone and garden The news rot 'the provInce dl. "'
s eats have been erected here and barb Count Witte Is Getting a New rat(, the 4:.i*' down of the' r',lvsn o La:st Hop' Oone Unlles Bt
y lak d JMimBm Wins Out. %ire has been stretched across the riot, and t'm-nse follow!ni the, pronit's
sitre. ts by .he rioters who saoot from Cabinet Together. pton of the imperial rutnirealtd, lrt t cnr: Orsima Trial. ,
BLICAN BOSSES BEATEN tLe barricades at the barrarct. Normal e4on.dition art Irradually re, .
----- The orgauniltions inave ahstrilluted AMERICAN MODEL NOV SUITABLE sui:iue. The most Interesting devel. WOMAN NOW UNDER S NT C6I
ania Breaks Away From Ring 1.200 relolvers. Five thotus.ntd Ct'il("s .p- rentala are In Poland. where a Polls I
lgK-Ohio Eects a Democratic ard students have declare I their soli. The Formation ef a New Cabinet Is national u"IoviteI t has bloesomed Mrs. Cassie Chadwick Wilt MaveS to
darlty with the revolutlonitsi. forth utder favorable ent,ltlons.
It Cities Have Dm- An off.c.r of t ragro)n on the prln a Difficult Problnem, Because of the Serve Her Sentence of Ten Y__ Wit
i1c Mayors. cipal street yesterday 1f` from lii agitation of Reformerl Who Want GROOM OF A MONTH 8UICIDES. Ohio Penitentiary nmleoso the 4ilgb
STheGailulTO leSun: horse which was frightened by the Radical Chanlges. Court in Land Interferial l.o,
nt'!se of thn firing and hroke ala foot. Peb, No .. & Dead Man Received Letter Threaten '
w York, Nov. 8.-Tbe latest re. The ob tred to lynch h t. Petersburg, No. -- l e e ing His Life. iinui Nov. .--Mrs. Castle L
iakeathealeetion of MoOlellan t fornimd a procust Ton on Satutday for ain electaoim to e..0 t itl as- r-'l. Iia ,. it I4. ni 0, i,.n ul ,.lo t,. .4 ..si ..eat 1 the 1 ,u ope (ufl ar u 4
wish a plrallity of 3.500. The in or,.i.r t< dinonstrate In rar of uiil. rage Ii elections t to e tu ifl as- r lia nhinr Ui .1,1t. cOitto e,,tI tIoL i i *!r th supreln'e court. u(tI
soft Hlarstar making threats v r.a>l s frige. slnably' prol ms by l,,r l ei ,i ,td at h1- ho. e:, . ,, t ,l ...... .-.I %ill ac u ti ow 4 1w
eosaest. T e official figures as.- (;'ini:irni ,. c. alry and infantry puihlli.t d After t the Gri r t tIcou co in ,if tlhrltitgh tie', 1n,,rt. lh i it .lA t ,iit I' he United states circuit
the election of Jerome for dis- were brought trout the cotintry l fusion an(h duubt followi.. i* tl been m1.td out ion o a da 1 .x d|an., today r refuse nor ap) tot t.
attorney by a narrow margin. WSn isiieNt i t e I'ragie garrison. Soi> ance of tthe manifesto Plrlai ,IL c, intl 1hc' I it Thed w.ts Mlt .i.l pren., Ii ,11L cilh'a i i li i tea w It-lal. The lengthy
alli.r iI 11 l the S m.ilisis .t'!.iid.d n tlton Russia, and n il Ct I"tate d i ie ietI -I ,i wi m I iOl ti t hL. o nl wa ready by
New York State. bi:,k tih Ir proi so to ibe orderly aitt the lattwere noil Ill in,, rOohm i a t tie t, lnt h* : Jtl'g' li.tui. ..
ffallo, Nov. 8.-J. N. Adams, em a'em. a k''di the police with stli 'k an! dl'rl hI 1 ar t k iig Nt .or t i, I l.W d hi s t %itk is now in jnil at
s. t. wteleetd mayor by 9.000 mat* ts T o' n l d iTh 'lt, cabinet with which w(',, \it t i wilflel" n il i 'l til e i'h Ih n l .tie l ii.uc or r i, enc)ea tr the Ohio
Noy. wita i\.iv r ni salman, will ittielrtake the diff.ci t.ekl of. i h P ll1r ri u )v r bu i l
Albany, Nov. 8.-Chas. H. (i.n Re- were" nhip in (' se the I,, ll ('. Milr; the nation on Its i iir, was biiurniiing 1,1i a l hiin lit ,lt J1 il* t ,I .i**.1 ,id tieiel ,id of coni piring to
bllan, eletatedima or for third term tair Ita!non I'llnt. of the dranim ns of eontiptt i lon on PItr o tlrlh ed i a ti.n I n I io ti". of il I,, l:i.,l ill frli.l uiil r tlhe national lanklng
bln,000 majority merm uiiiniuiart I tliem to attack at ftj'! i e ,ita lilio l nlu ll aio e t ii prorum lin l lnt N i f I)IolyI (' ill) ,: ll i t' iori li, 1i4 ivt i llh the
,, rmajorty.l (i th' e prince i pal stretr t -the Gll r:aln l'i It tl a th Alor o c, fr l land liit kl i bai buli, .It f). 11:11, eI., at buoa pi're shiellt
ti. bolln. Thl ..Socert .dii<. e disp eis ,d hlntlit It n t o a" ' -- It Il tl t)ki l II0 b h-k 1h4-14 ,I i 11 i t A Ill, i ll t, t h e p., r Uf tlh 'l'thr.ie r, tei -tt. (tif li'.ttitry the-ti o- li t; h t'ti fl k to' .N ta ,, w Ll;;.hI llia to,. i th, 1 o,,, o ,%,, 114 u
Chicago, Nov. 8 -The Republicans c,,ph,( a, i h' sr,,, ta an- l ih n i .il r (of lt-h lw Shi c hn r l T.,. I r, ,,. ,.I "p lii ii ,|,l h, 1 i, I.1.- vw brtwihl l I0 the United (\,
eetred foar judges of the sopremame .s.qi,,. lir Ipersons were k i klll f 't Ivan having been (' if' t i 1; i.n ftl t- *it I m 4 at., 'I I a tion -nI c of appeal oU aUted
rt and entire ticket. elx ept one a;,dl al O) ,. hitil, wai split ope'n frrmIt r i lanlaan in the n. i>f rol, hi ha th rih.h .uml fi t 1,-1" ,t'i ,f '',l' a iiinudwa Usp II .
amoeral fur sanitary trust tee. Ac ()il onie hlundr!, olthir i rsoni ll)no ne I',i ris. Ici.4iit ialil i i i te 'rili.i; peai'lrl'ing !hi' d'-lel ion of Ihe appeal., aad
were wounded and two hundred riolrl. nimth. N. I'. an the r f ,or i l.it r ai I. tio ihait he' .rlin if the case wa espeodited
Ohio. at r, -led Tim p;.venients wtro il n. the' Moscow xemfilvnollt ('4l .I1lil -. i *,f c l ',r ,aie l' iby',nl b icy hle' court brll ing played at the bhel l
CiOlclinati. Nov. S Dlempsey, Dem. et will b;c i T.rie tuperinten!crl I 1s llly iniu 11 h vl'l .!.r, 111, too lI lt f-l iimil linll.r l f It h'lt ( al* atlaf. Argum ia .were
rat, il elected mayor and State will or the ihl-e' recei.lted thirteen wollnund. his mnnisnt r of Aiance an, ,! r l. iilit ,,*i .t heart n l oll 8 and 4 Atturney DLaw.
Ddoobt eleot Plattion, Democrat, for All s.iops and house' dxoora were ciosd. Irr general respectlveoly. NI hit, l ly till Attorlney W'ia g pronto l trh*e
ov ernor by small majority. oThhe trant cars and other means of ( outh r r wy Woman's Death a Mystery. eaoe of Mrs. (<'ta .d while Distrc t
goconveyance have twen stopp-ed, as the Amsoliatrd Pres I. 'ri.,. artd. Nw 1k Not, I tireso r te Attorney hillivela uplbed tbe ide a01
coveane a-ebe'ais recom nmei ended by the rnl' .,4 oatini N, e itl cir lutclolNlucn.
Pennsylvania. to severedd Prince Hllikoff it now on li.l icr c llt si. ani Cie'onsral.of theo einent.
Philadelphia, Nov. 8-The Repub. COWBOYS FOR ARGENTINE. his way to St. Peterebui. to confer Pihilaldelphiefhln Ali ,tor, alaches. oit -
lisaB rightsi bee rllest bby th y with thie cummilte, on wll an iJ M(IS the. oferlilt -, in lat' l 4. 4,1t0i Mrs Chedwtilk He hre Nwthe.Nw .
rers. The ticket is elected by Texln WIll Show South Amerleans mnnleatiloa with the orn,imlatlob of n I'Crolrer 4hol'er with a tlw (of ob Cleveland. 0.. Nov. I Mr-6 (ad.
0(i). Wl. . Berry l eileoead lats Hew to pe and T Cattle. Prince Alelis QOlasky as, procurator tlitni 'he hlt'at from the bndy of ) lk tre Jn rnv erLawlkn with mer at
Over. Mayor Weaver saye the New York. Nov. $--If Argentine va- general of the holy stre,, already 116 .I T1h, 1 lhhrbh e hey lunse d Ito in1 torwy. J P. UAlwley. wen tr h segh ot eW' Of
ty of Philadelphla is redeemed. The quler' do not learn more about roping netted, this provides f.,, of ilih ii, l)lo fmor Ihe mlurpeoe of dis overlng the doertiao was brought to eea. le I
ildet excitement prevailed all day. and tylon cattle In the next few minlaterlal posts at lh. 'itpositlos or Iilliu This was dlne at the Ii made no den oostratioi whatever 11 ,adI
rhry was tominatsta as a aepmorat months than they ever knew before. the premier Prince I'rnioff. until re ,s'lve of 1 islrh't 1attrcey of Plii u soarely so o etilm.ni, allowing Mr.
endorsed ty the Independent and t will not bh the falnt of ll'pecy Jew cently governor of Tv, r may a'ai tt 2 dllhis. who deali* '1 to complete bi. Dawley to speak for her
OE. ell and his team of Texas cowboy, who mile d in a cablnt p ,- n )et under "' idencr la the calm.. A vpcrtl iol "Thills meaas that they bae boeatN eli
sailed fur Buenos Ayres yesterday tin termlnad. the lutiarb will tliaken t) Pltiladl.l us," said Mr Dawley "It weiald
Indiana. d(' contract to Hill aSna Pomnell, ol. Fh the two portfolio fur e.lnration phis da the reel will tbe retlalied bhre sraraely be adtvlsable for as to say amly.
Imdlacapolis. Nov. 8.-The Demo. Texans and cowboys, and now t ie and justie*. Oont Witte a baab dlb e di r leiamlaatlon bcy the Kileral aultoi thing aleeraing the leroeln at tb he
ra h l ina SOeoentie in the Sltate. owner of a ranch In south Amerlican appoltted II obtalinin 'he aees hb or tfl. T'U e** fat ly 1bristles with prtesalt time Whal t tbre l stp will Wil
amaueipalime have been carried republic Ignally desired. Thoi Dialte i tla sspi'lo. and lIne firma coslvlcilot Is be I easant tell nnw, bht. oil eem |, I.
algaees he Mepubenaos. Th ere i not a man In Jewell' band poff i. no Iomprv l synbathby with thr ulit fullae -etallopwete will put It shall do comethag to aaft ga the
Theelkies of Riehmoned and Terre of ow men who i not a celebrtlly. ematvo lajorlty wbite in the later ide by side with tIe Pstrtek ea la latermei of my elhet I mateJ, si
Ite eitlea Demoor a ndc ma Tor r (y McGonnlgle, the aekaowledgcd val od the Art tnd ,' ,,4 rog.re p lp of int ier!st and quality of crime. Ii disappointed It hl* aetemN I *lld
a elect Democratic mayor. leader for a long time of eharpion pogrfe..d fo ar beyon I his opttom ---'------ ant thik that the court, 1 l.ew atl ail l-
Kentucky. rope,l the crown and tkr a ster I has failed to sme' ,* Ie l' loa sa ne Rawttlnge Kieep Up gag Re4ko1 Ith fat's preen'-ed, ecul4 ese to g any
SKontlck. 2. 11 s "conc>iu and famous throughout her of bthe baresa, be .1 rally Uto the Valdeosta. Us Nov. I.--4' erious eth dls-cu; uaan en favor of li'.
Lileville, Nov. h -This city will the. country the cow men weartian support of the ew t a rit a strews ,r'ods lthre a'Ji the streetsa mmml the (hadwirk "
sTiaDemocratie mayor anid the Le. s ,,n;t.rrc.i wit, crown, a foot htki and arctiom of oneeservati,,,' semvstols' rnaty fell atlraeit'4 y (h yel. -- ---- *
iiaturet will be Demoeatie. gbrltm a rf.c across. attracted much at who are also follower, of Pa-slav B lk*ar sad rarkeft aue by ( Raw. l A GOIRL.S MYSTSRIOUIt 0MATM. l
tention on Broalway S~ot one of Ism whoe. d Notes. tem navte i-er en ' Nei Yolw bt* a *mit of a Russian eov.'nmelt on Ra. Kawllsse I aid to be ewltag thl e Ila edy of Sueait of Vaueer CtollegI l
Uale. Labor Candideee Eu|ene fore and tory e njoy.d tbemlslve im isian im"s The', be .- that Ihe esilty dolh0 of afl pttael to do so aPead in tlhe Cllege Lakea
i tiw was elected tasyor of lSea! mely West biaopea sad Americam models 1* ,eca ehlrmely lWetest toward l',bwuhpelpe, N 1., NOT. ,. -Th-i
ralllom Oil Mr Jew'I owns a ran**lo Arir'ntilae are e imtalihle to t at 3 people the hret, hib( deputy m g i a la ll e bly of MUaft hily aietl.of TeYMge
(ieigeai George H. Ulter, iRepub- halvn; *iel-'ir" *i i*st Atiset. re D1tr ielpnir to a man vn awed nm 4 nd ha rercd the eFtally btwtrly twia. .. a me--lf thf e fr tesiasH
Wia.l Ilested la Bhcde Island. Re. t'rn4nI r .ton.'ra to g-r a qnad of rv at|ve ideetl il-dr O-beriv t h aiff puM re 4 *e*a* *i Vaiar ala. we band4 ila i

pabiaa gaimn Is the Leogislature. c-w panl.rsho I' ts a new psrpopos of M Tho eu i s to hi s "i His prefely Was of t Ike (begeI l We sesly edsy,.
Je Ieov hasw gone Re, EI tlos, be explalavd. Te YInWs appers pu tm W isea pa ikal 000t cr14 eharemer. "A be tog the )'*S"Mts35(tUatleS oboe"
ftamgo OW" MA t~be know Sfl 'd.'.- I.8swiIfi cSfIlsa but man of affairs worbe b"h" Istg uespshali 94WW 6We aspwotd to pt -*no thbat MIce hbd yaerayw& at "
ODWOM IOOOMs2 Unt &at" they sw rtpI-# a litinri fee' nag loo r uc* is ai ngW c s W Of bin btn. bo lei lagb partota i wall OW lis" hS:I6 psdbsa
4 W 1. P. ges is a1n 0 d"t ktow An, 'hias atmit trw a "0- ~ 0 amby themMM f of lk QW "d tab" 10 tbe o r Ir It tolboom"eOW of I 1 any
Ing and tylax rar fh4 t "Onts &WMu e ralfr d dideegse b-n Ow softmobsASO NW A so dole
of time 'bhe wary be'y -Jr th ings 1111 me-ob fte ar "o by the 41h110StThe gidkim Wmwan
Onee'w "WWsW" Vwery S OA coaJtlie Jas ben traistag two "0W m"ator eamp rb W6 am 1 Wed 0 1P seema I ad swi9 IO Ike dIa saft"" de kL So*,
bw. N". gb,'D. k C poae for ft lt. boys and Mt wti :st 1w to th *rAko a l e WVN Asee.1W.t OL Nw. 6-M b pa s.M a'im-t 9o4"M W& I" yaw
^ 0 W1 bl loa OMhT" fe the mot ves wst they knew aova a r stated hor Memamal Ono weti. Lmmee R on W ofoe Maem g* So" ON o
an~iibg t Se l~at W1 is am ta" me of we a O eoSIhb of Ne w sou"O e ft" "d log Sf
":Then Is no Womap's Hed11"44 gram to the eOW eam"IftI. v01 41W No hIJVV tbe ASC "MGM Of answ3mg
111 I d e b eW s the*Mila of 'a-n Nav 4e--Tedoe s hft "4 the mbIoopo. 40 .e aha aft 1$ 6 ft
=- Me ba bsee@ 0 6 Wa tip.bd In a Ihead tol ,I thral the 1iso m an -e esat 6 a wqo n S n s a" New
& a at Mo a&"ta to the today whrewt r a" W aO opmw so eo o 00 Wn e g
the elbor pfl of the body tbat stet' tsAWW 68uda 5 n P to h"Ma b" ansd -
49 Vf1ft 01 WL--a s two suit caesa th s hovisi. 'benisei bi 0-9-t 'drat VU4%4 me" 9o ase be Wbseo sof A wed to.
'S..O of. 6.44 r~tg OW b.~rbni a Ideallood as Met as1n of in Mawr #OM go 40 his team,, bt be ee64dea WOO 111110"o to bar NON o.1111100b
s o wow 'hnOWr fgwt"0w,!e irbar"ee ld of bit "beng o U* L ~ 04 it SOM 00" isdSO N sed 1110 of kft I I
SO OW oS a lraa. ter. Ml q via! foo f *aeetse. Mabobt 1OW

MOD5af fe@ jfio a &*te1vlvIMToa &OMgbu opVs fa. 14o a An. e.4-*E @ WO ft "me wa aasa
talbs t tetg ~VMS* as th "h&ew Ho m 0a410,0M O AMM 0"it e"t
3511 -I- 7IS D-' -". wW on" I bp SeA t61oo*-of
maa aft, + MS 4 t' I
Win S" *ftf t No The went "M ot. ~IF~ s 49 me. "Ili to"~ ()

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vOW wbien bound them Uoghr .r ai n -ihrao I corJ I UrlJ
the remainder of their live. ..
In the preemo. of a large tintr OrlM .
of frkedsof the eoatraetilng prtie e e is Idlp Im e it
Rev. Mr. Paroner, pusor of the chrurth
performed the eremony in a b.auti. so ofpo ie et p0 Iw
ftl ad Ipmapow manner., havofe le a4tsIo Moasse
Tn *oatrsetlng parls are well b rot a *MNm '.si 8 41
kowa sAd polar in Waldo. The m'@ I s dI mdots o is
Ims Is employed as a oear maker by uuhee e w. it Io6 irey eteIL
* I Ta*ey Cla r Oompany The Hrb.iao *t spedt 3 SMtAI
beatM sa to eoompliahed daughter of A. L- hlmi I M. DIM
Mm. W. oe*. wness, Fe. UI 13, I "WSa ad
The breJal party let oe a te r al. r. Ier AMe Sle t a be S MSw
os o teas for Jaasheavlle. wrher W NM l
*er wut be th games of N oe oe iE
mather es aPew d&P., whe. they will
rmels to WaM, thAl ft"bMe he.

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V:,-i^ S r T a The Inventor of the faoaw "ITI-.
d lSevral Thousand RELL SCRAPE,'"- ms kwam wirr .
i WiS Begin With Fifto ever plows are sold sad lwed .ra:
;e be Increased in Judgment a LM
,umIr foU r e or sU reto s
big naval storeP manofae- an. n 1o astola s 111eFas l-
esWabishUbment ham been stsrted svevr Wme bEaa ee a
Jb ooonty. The fsrs is situated de fore pa i tahetekrlis re-
Grove Park, sad bte promoters re I elis. m I v e r s.. iu;i isa
-I. B. Phier of this cty and 8. F, merns a o rw worLrfw b V
"'; Wits of Grove Park. The firm will warswiPHrE tressw -Ws e. .a
to knownso Phifer & Wailt. T-aMuL Pndest A) leau Pow
While the firm has eeared sverrl Cd.. Aw.mS."
thousand are of oon round timber, t0
operation wrll hbglp with only flften NO 5I L9U1 1= it.
rops, or 18000) boxes, whiob lnn .. ..a e
being virla timber, will make a MR BUOKMAN BILL IN COUNTS.
yjeld. rveo time to time Ihhy pro.
pi 0to Me Mr Bomb r of rope Quo Warrnto Proceedings Allowed
Bo04 getlemen are full of ambition Agnslst Board of Control.
Seen g, sd there 1. ample capital A speslal from TallthebMs under
led the eoneern to make a big date of Noveter 7tt, ays:
l slal osees io its operation and d s
o s oe n and "Th' Supreme Coors todar ranted
yield. Mr. Waits will be the mn. the potitiono ,i the Sta8 of Vlovr on
tr. ---relatioq of the Attoroe4oaenral et al.
COUNTY LICENSES. to briun qoo warrants proeeedi n
asinuos memsnt of tbe Boerd of Oos.
Collector Diskineon eSs They Are rol to show by what authority theb
Coming In Slow. eerelse the right ua ofelaie of ses
rotwltbetaodng tbast shOe time e. borrJ. Thewrit is made retoroable
pis d for the iolog of builase tow. November I The psltion was pro-
or more eaommoly shown Ia lislo asoted to tbe soort by Jodge Alnb
for dooi busolas, ei Ostoehr 1 for Hoary of Lake City."
she armet year, Oolltebor Diokloeea
.* enplals tas they are being aken A *lyter Abewt **d.
ap vry slowly. A large per etog of There Ir something vr Mysteorious
bedesn oeme se thi o oeoaty. mnfl about the color of humau bood or,
of whbLkh located in OGaeevill, t a.or to what Etaust It rd color.
ane pmtsuag without the Iloense as The pbhyfologists say that "tbrwtlor
Sablood dueto the red corpuscles
olrd l y tlaew. ow er contaetad tI te veM fltuldp,"
The law require that evry bliae but this does not early explala the
a Arm steasmelIo boslnooe of oay Iaster. An annagrtlo of blood eon
kidt In Sboi'esty are sobjet to this peseo is red, to be sur but ia im
ta, whiso shall be lseed on October ambers they ar yellow, while me or
1t of leah r. The low alo seol two examoIod pa o tely ar ford to
pol the e olltor so auore fom ,nah be of a very ligt straw color. Why
rmfl he amount q0 the Icene due. a large agegation of these tny disks
Colestr Deklmo state that, loss hou ld6 o v co the tIapoI essIO of red to
m a theo hItl to of t relt our senses, while few show a yreow
d a all of spechtmm of lightstraw
get will oonava 7a this eity the ~ cor, I s soaetbt we would like to
semog week, sad be mest mao see explained.-St. Lous Republic.
rm to th grand jey f all peron e
or Anms doioa beetles I the oosaty A Dasweu I*Symm.
withot a liemoo hoe sangesh lie Wbha a member of Aunt Buanle
4dlte settlement to tboo delioqtoet, Wasblnsto's family dlqd-tbh family
with the wara ag th(at f their mamp sbe had rved with faithlflnes ao
goes to wh t he o nron t1y are ob. mal y y -re-thb old wompae rt f
st to ladlotmeat, wbleh iassN, so was as poignant as If sh had nde-
stood the causes whbk led to it.
oaly a Ireet deal of samnayaO s, bt a "It's de me trouble took Miss IAl
largly laoemod. liaselal o lety, of dat took br sister Martanai oeght
as the oosts of the sourt will be lea years ag," she ad to a tried, wtplng
evolved. beteh e oo n her Ay plaid apre.. "Wbon
WILL MAKE NO IXHIBIT. I board r. am speak 'bout 'de vital
po I know Miss Lily wouldn't tay
Dutton & Co. Will Hav No Display at bhyr mocb longr. Wh dat vital ot
o rat te Fair. comesnn out on a posmn you ight js'
as well lay down yoar bope an' prpar
Hon. Walter Robitsoon man apr for de d. "
of the cotton departrast of H. F. Dot.
ton A 0o., stated Wedoaeday that, at. r eesee to* a he Mb
ter do eoooldoratlo, hiso frm had de. A Oermtan emoCu fpbsa als atfittlt
eldod to mske* aozxhblh of ea Island to thect ta new to few. tat e
Rhiboe ets somet f Its water tm
Ootton at the 8aite Fair, for the e- Italy. Some iles abeve t Via Malt
*o* that aa exhibit from this .a t Rhine o e agmetA by a turblent
might seem ontair to the grower who ounlataln torrent whose bHef tIrthtar
prodoeed the same. r a brook tt come trN the Val d
"While we wuold like vory muee to 1.1, which poltlUally bWoaM ftoItaly.
oe a fine exhibit of loo1g aple," reo thoug s apart ftre the rat of that
marked Mr. Robfoon, "we bhardly fool entry by glaierd oeeverd mnMtat
Ineleoodi we ar not growers, ad it o ovw which thew te a trail to ( -ia*
to the grower that honor belongo" Ve .
There will be several bales of sottoe ei .........* -
on dlsplayat the Fair. however, .ad "Ad." asked her dirrat ftid
Irrlagrmetr have been mad to oper. after b do bad et d tern e weo .
ate a otto gin upon the grounds. dt41 trip, "lr yW bea34 l1t u
yea epectd b be er et h eAwl yen
Marriage at Waldo. dlape*tated to WA in ts ay Way
Thee was a pretty marriar at thea Wl 7. y 5b 5 r-llel I 4e
Bapist church, Waldo, at 11 o'elaok Ie I t at It is dis54'. 34i1 *1
Turday morning, wheo John (iolnman ly, bt I crn't ~.. l hoe ht o m
aad Mis tLesla Green took hoi. ,* lemes ao U l da arSdde tt ld
Saround all dar ad 5 1 dthat O

Polie Maatrate---Wlth what aItre-
meat or article did your wtte tatIet
aome woeada am yeer ftes and head
Mlcbae--Wid a motty. yr aner.
"A what?"
"A motty-was o' thbse rams wed
lHappy Be Our Home' in It"--C
Sa ll'F, to A
Sauggls LIver a Foe to AubftM .

Yooam anoeoTmplleh very mee"
If lour liver Is lacive, as yO fe,
dell, yoer es are heavy sad slight
Moreeoa xbabMS 1. e r0o L. The qaelskm
iePr llt Syrup Imlates mtheo ivUr
d bowels sad mo yoe feel bright of Title the
ad sesve. Oris Laxaidve Frut om
arup dose noae usaemte gripO d
ery penaost t a-. Ortie is me saes for
oweot'iveba pillor muiaryoal.
eo. Ref olU ebete. W. Me- the tavetor.
Oellom & 0o.

'rr IA mdlJ lr EaaHaaf
A e wta lm0 iSMa m -NOW a1s
in sometimes 5u04 *t P4

mof ther I.L G S.
ye wasa sa wt mm 40

ath woe wiswa t po" am &
puesoeO ai thnaa W bem CM
Wale s I them & l
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Sahae l ave thb* td* .-r
S on. SW 1-e of vim ich ,l" daot of the body is depadent on the blood or t and
0 e. t u6 t;e ak when from my cw this vital tream d U.Y.poV-
e*, M it ivry" s I< etit=ter. No a0cWa. t enthe
ann aesIt dlor#t wt lratt rralt om-
moMt etUnt e o a pleioahoerm ae and eallo,. theitl gare at a they
"r'a me of tos that tell of saer km a genemlbrokendowconditoofheth. Tbw Iis wenk-
to ofM oaf Odne and thar "alad a0Mbl to resit the diaeasesad disorders that are a ssail .
a of t hose raeeIaane whoe ia. Tbhe i r and Kidneys, failing to ceve thep and
Sp a Pr*aerd o pm. ad g5l fats the blood, rw inactive and 4U, tatters
d o dily Iopri th t ldotbmghth
ei ho a* 1 ft Is We system to produce lheumati arrm,
mi t Of et thea ftft tSk DiMeaos or oe other blood disorder. When the btod tis wak.
aei bet, bt a8IM a eeof lw emead and diaumed condition it should be treated with a rmdY is not
lugr ter bo It ihamwn t tbe l- oelystho- g, bat gentle a its action. 8. S., 81 puy "my.
fat is tao rael g aumftnrwr a IAof ots, herit and barks, is just what is ;d. It ioLd5t m1as
well ao te uowt ao a woman te blood of aSU Imprities and poisons, and enriches and *busi it, but
wa ML The art womep wa i gently builds up the en tire syt by ts fine
m day amo t *om of fam ewajf tonic effect. 8. S. S. rrsor m
N Oiwg weoary, rh. toot it tra berof the body, gives tone andrtig blood.
her i d m ath samed tSimnto tbo and a it goes to the different pata ITsro-
for of a mI TiNd tbwa. amho S*an S o bt health and strength S. 8 8. it more
ashn to td paa her awarkelr Pm rLY VEETAILL promptly and give better uenlto t ther
tat thel rtb of lo bad mabreas medicine. It cures Rheumatism, Cuatr Sores
4d into &* G M of am ofwhich ase d MTel ei, 8Hkin Deaes ad all other blood disorder, and cUn tem per.
bad b- t architect, an o, man I"enutly. Our Medical Department will be glad to give advie without
was there? Ad so the world began thuKeto aUll sferin with bood orskdiseases. Addre..
to be pepled. W 7W*WW f9WEC A00vATL eA4
It Is nmrtd as fact that upo I w -
a mostain to the not and eat o
Point Hope are the skeietoas of three
ooslaka, or bqata. In wood cooditioa.
They bave e well peservr d during
20,000 year or more by clmatle coe.
ditoes sad may have been the oralal
Noah's rk They at one tie In all
probability retatd opo the brchd-t FOLLW TH C
Lous Olobe-Demoerat

-w..- s.... i ... As Mr. Flagler remark-
s ePema"ed.
mareoal mking for gunpowdr is a t 0^
uh maore complicated proc than ed to th late H.
the ordinary fed ktln Ianufacture.
Only eartaIn kinds of wood are nused- A
ately tme youa o a ad Plant when a s ed
willow-and it is ct Ia the spring, so
=..;-r *,. *:.- *where Miami was lo-
that thebarmay obetr Appd a. It is M iam i I Al o
tba pild under airy. open and w he
allowed" to raala earl yar atll cat
It is tborouhbly dried. When the pow-
der maker s ready for a new supply of -ca
cbarcoal te wood is ectLpto ienth
of three feet and placed la tightIron ---- -- -
retorts, under and around whlcb a ar
rarm oowtlanully. The damper and
pipes are so arrsand that the work-
meo have complete control of the beat.
At rte oed o theo rto a boe I lft Follow the Crowd in GAINESVILLE
for the eesape of the tnaLmable gas-
a rualtan from the charrin proee and it will bring you to
A pipe catches tem as they leave the
retort and coeveys them anto the fur-
nace, where they take the place of a
good deal of fuel. When the mesa of
the gas become a deep blue color the
working u ow that the wood la saa-
cently charml, and the retort ta cooledHYD S BI CLOSING OUT SALE
down as quickly as possible. The char
coal is then left for a week or more be-
fore grIndlngl besauas i placed In the
macbtne at once there Is danger of
spontaneous combustion. he best
emarwoal i jet Mblak and frMatw IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
show velvety surfrcae.

CASTORIA Dry Ooods, Shoes, Millinery,

T_ K Y _- Au" band don't give us the first chance, you will
mmgasr tf do yourself a great injustice. Follow the
crowd, the happy, money-saving crowd, to


^. u.Xe ;e; ( 4 the
SlarJatw .teeraR Farm L .
A So, LPageSet. Ind. and
u~o.f 14 is i% h* city, aIJd
0-lbmUit1tsL he stable of
*atesi S a1 lan Imported
sI i .horpe. This *sqmal is
s1w .e'-a ever broght to
boigcWdWI% pria loms u
tl.~eiek.. The salatl will
iwr lve of L e horess,
ba l Itialo ls exploded to all to

amtit o the gnmual aeetiln
'gHO* D gSiteaeaal Asseei-
wblab- at'st Nabrille, Tean ,
3lM the Adait COoaet
llriU Na are rriaged to sell
Iat s e a jMelae fare plus
ivev ste for al he round trip.
lskets will be on ale November
and SInt; bwl limit of same
be November 3th. For fall In.
a r l eopl oa rneervations
hatlet O oa LN eai Uaet or write
0. Byletoe, Distriet Passenger
5, Jlatasialle, Florida.
fl Library Aseociation Offers
a Novel Proposition.
MeCoDmell Library Assoeiation
present t 0 the opera house, on
as alght, Novemlbe1th, their
aMsttsatio, Mr. Earl Ward Pearce,
oted leetorer, entertainer and
o MeOoooell Library Assoelation
a ohanoeed edueatiooal institutio.,
Ivllibraries free throouh popular
are soo rne, and hase offered to do-
bhirty books from their book list
Sthe alversity High and Graded
If their part of the reeeipts
at to as moeh a $80, after paying
Iel espeee.
It Is hoped that Mr. Pearce will be
ted with a large aodience, so that
Ir seool will be sure to reeeive the
benefit of this library offer.
Thoe Are Instructions From North
Concerning Dr. Bouton's Body.
A telegram of instruetloe ia regard
to the remaima of Dr. Geo. B Bouon
f Ouooneotieut, who died in thil sity
Monday, ha been reeived from J. 0.
' Lyat, P. I. 0, of "Oar Brothen "
Ledge,. 0. 0. F., Norwalk, 0omo.
The teleram requests that she body
e beMld, and btat a repenseatlae
fti that lodge wold b eot hern
immediately. As has ben stated Ie.
fore, Dr. Boston, who bha been a ro
*ear wlter visitor to Florida for oew.
eal earn, was a men of onsiderable
health, a life lsuoranee polley or
5,00anDd other valuable papers hav*
(ag bee food opon his person at the
time of his death.

At Jacksonvlle, Yesterday, Was the
Event of the Season.
aIetol to the DUr sea
Jaseeoville, Nov. 8.-The Elks' eir.
4 w ad trained animal show today was
tl a meemaneat erent of the segom.
The pasmde would have doe. credit to
esaulls or Fnrepaugh is their palmy
des. The "reel" how tonllht with
bae sdeshow atteeoboea, w it he
"bes ever." Me.
ie Oase of PneumLonia en Record.
We do ot kaew of a siagle IltIee
whom e an h ored rMul ted ia

udmlM b o lnm wm ftM
laU -4- mt -- id t perfetb y.

J. w. Me0hm A i en.
&nwMa plme wlhclh ayet aOIA
t-^lr. wr ^ear Wein tlpJa a

*c h-r tor oters Homey -nd

qmn Isis~ twom. Him.'
A~Wdeemuon~S on N055 bs his
- "wilfe W *a a lopId bw-
'bow TI %ft omf a
mi-cud1 WI WYbs pa sd e .
"amt smp te0w etoeJO Im
ft""daga. 65 seof *ae

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The Caul e of Many

Sudden Deaths.
There is a disease pre li'sg in this
rvntrvymost dan rous .. r sndec l.
I tl,. i vla t ,ilet
9) I e\ 1,.- l i- can ,l
-e .~ ; u..tlnlea ,e
he*:rt r.&ilure or
.'l r : v\ v are often
tiht rt--iat of kid-
ne l iV tsetllC. if
,hlae v trouble is
-alh,\% ,'. t. advancee
e., h1'xol" will at-
tack tal organs, cauxis, catarrh of
the bladder, or the kid.it s themselves
break down and waste a\av cell hy cell.
Bladder troubles alnmot always result
from a derange ent of the kidllcrs and
a cure is obtained quickest i,\ a proper
treatment of the kidnevs. If \ ou are feel-
ing badly you can make i'in mistake by
taking Dr. Killer's Swamp-Root, the
great kidney, liver and Ilaltiie, remedncy.
It corrects inability to Itblhl urine and
scalding pain in pa'sinii it., a.n over-
comes that unpleasant neccritss of I -ing
compelled to go often through the hday,
aiid to get up many ti.m.s l 'alixg tIh
night. The mild aid the ex raor;rlinary
effectof Swamp-Root is .swoi realize.
It utiuals the highest tor 1its wonderfull
cures Vf the most distressiing cas.s.
Swamp-Root is pleasatiut to take uaIdI is
sold by all druggists in fiift-cent and
one-dollar size bottle.s. VYou iilav hIave a
sample bottle of this wonderful "new dli-
COcr an ala loo k thlit tell all aliitt it,
both sci.t free by Imail. Allr.cq, )r. Ki-
nier & Co.. ningharntoni, N. V. \\hel
-Aritin nietition reaili tlist greerous
U tfer ixn this palpr. Isn't Inake any
mistakic, ut reinethmc lr theia tmine,.Sanmi-
Root. DIr. Kiltcr's Si\atl Root, and the
aililrtss., Uinlghalitou, N. Y., on every

School Opened-- elightful Party.
Many Personal Paragraphs.
Melrose, Nov. 8 -The Melrtme
school term was opened yesterday by
Prof. Rt. L. Rogers of West Lake, with
an attendanee of 81 Mholars. 1lon.
W. E. Baker, one of the trustees, with
a few appropriate remarks welcomed
the teacher aod presented him to the
patrons and children. Prof. Rogers
replied with a shr *speech and de-
clared thle school open for business.
An interesting exhibition of fancy
shooting was given by the traveling
agent of the Western Oartridge Oom-
pany, on Thursday forenoon.
Mrs. E. N. Klog has returned from
her annual visit North.
Among the viltorA l tqwn during
the pst week were H. Qrimes of J.*k.
sonvllleand A. L. NMoRs and Miea
Betle MeRae of Evineton.
Dr. P D. HIela of Waldo is in toow
om profaoooeal boalemo.
MiesNeitte Heflmla wa beptied
as the foot of Orsad ares et a Theur
day foreeon by Rev. Moseley,
as a *maber of the Baptist ehurab.
A brane hof d* Epworth bLeoue
was ornlsed here BSuday eeainag
with the following oBrens Mrs T.
J. 8titruak. president: Mise May Br-.
sets, v~T-preMdesnt Miss 8. L. Nolt
11m, secretary; Misse ora Lyoe. *nrt-
reooiding seerary i Mie L. Jak-.
aoa, trenaere. The frm meetisa will
e lId eo the id 89o6ad I oe l om
ber. So ftr 18 mmbe are enrolled.
On Friday evelag. Novwber Sid,
Mis Flora Morris eoteraeIed qelie a
ermber of her frioad" t e rdi, the
prllpal amei be a the aew way to
play e"btelk Ea nec fdge wMas
also another immtereetli etrwere. Miss
Flors ertalsly eodae sade *sH
wheo it come to e* realniag -e
frieds. It wae voela d er by all
that the e*ealel was mon ham e
joyed. At a late hor all dbed e
good aight, uret-lag hew with he
hIppy thoughts miloagug S thsr
mios that another pleat eolieg
bad be- spest at Nim Ira'o heM.
The yooo people of Molme asi-st
pate btilg a pleaie as Baule -e
TMaakagila Dayr. soles er a the
o-tMe. Alert as she p0m. to WaNe
and miniag bes em ho resnrs s
If eur plase maMto aee O(ps. Wetes
will exeid free pei rg o his hoet of
e-- friends
Bke, Karl Welbe hbe be* vluelg

hi bLMthr, Oapti F A. Weea. wr a
lw days. He renters bm Teeday.
The asact Thtng euwred hr w06.
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"halr arort' vsehs pwlvead
pareder Camberlaes S5=Msa0
Stve. Tabletwooemso be A* en.u~4ftg

I, yet mild omUme Podw doom
6-"14M ww sigh"& W"M
eIS as .Wo bwe -
dip a saFew IVdro n

cm, DoselForvPWo
we bove a a&sb of apSOONof
Done ity Ctg I'ri y Leo deasi

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Mr. OIp in Tampa.
N A Oallisqa, generl imaiager of
th- Spri n Park soetk Firn iiwr
G(tine..rille, ir in the oily a' 1 i mik-
if* nrr-nlgerntitl with 1' N B
Rh 4--i f or th lle r rmnmmorl. *I,t ih
fair erwnlalo rf the Urti ex t i t lore
k v h ch hIls oImpasy *.. -.'i I
the' Siari Fair. So large i v i.* nitmer
of Ihrir e tiri Ol that thAy t I mole
ton how in fitenl 4l.rn d'ferei -e, md
alnio'hR thie nnamihr w 1, i,. I110 '
Heretord's., of whbieb the tr:l Illt kr ua
opeowalty, hut took prz.,. ns the
World's Fqr, at 8t l.o .-Tampa
Daoly Times, Novemabr 7.h
oe Loot Mother.
"Consomptae treas in >,ir family.
and Ihroouh It I loes ny muth-r,"'
writik 1 .eid oi l arniiimy, Mr.
"For the pass tw1 eanr, lh wever, on
the slightet el of aeo Oa! or cold, I
have taken Dr. Kligl' Noe, lDiso, vry
for ConsimpUon, whieh has saved me
fromseriousla trouble lis moth.
her's death was a ad lose fi r tir. Reid.
but he learned that loalg t roubtle muo
not be aoeleoted, and how ,t eairce is.
Quilket relief and eure f.,r Cuotihs
and eold.. PrHie 0 and 0! ,N; lilar-
anted at Ail drau suorvi I risl bt
lies free. .
Attention, Elks
The regular weekly netting of
Gaineevlle Lodge No 9 W. I. 0. I ,
will be held In the Masiuoi hail (loer
Dltton's bank this evetrr' Th-.
will be work. A full alter i, tne is. d.
sited, and visitngI brolherr will Iw alc.
worded an Elk'. weleome.
L,. O. L '. '. lI1.
A. M. C 'H uM, See.
When You Have a B.ad Cold
You waot a remedy th I will not
only gliv quick relief but iTeo a per.
manent sere.
You wiat a remedy that will relieve
the lung e ad keep e2wpetoras ion easy.
You want a remedy that will 0o0ion-
tersele ay teadeoey towardrl ;iiumnnira.
You want a remedy that In ilslanit
knd daIe to take.
Obambertalrla' Onah 1 d medy m.'e
all of these r qulrementis a.il for the
spedy and permanent i*rre of bad
eold stands without a I'i r" r r sale
by all druggists.
let Nr- -rlioI.
"Mr. Stalate." mid thbt I. iiful yonn.
er sister. 1 aked istocr if he thought
you would get up and so li,ne like the
other youngm aa did If I riclted *Iur
few ball No Rinag Toeuhtl'"
"And what did ae e) ?"
"e h eid tteb wouldn't be Ray
hark I trlyta."
Toabeeo seeds are wm mulate that a
tIaible will loataln enough to sow
over an ares et roull
"LJh* nk the Lordl"
Orled Hannah Pla.n of Little IK(,ek.
Ark "for the relief Igo ffniam Buek.
llen'eAra siale, I) rur*d my fearful
ruanlaree., which rbhing else w$ild
heer, sad irom which I had esfeel
for t years." It is a marvelous healer
for see, bors and rounds. GOarma-
ied as all dreg intr.; Us.

Nloties thereby Ia we that o [ D*
embetr Ith. 1906. an *Ioeetloe of she
s*oebhoders of the Las PFlend Tel.-
olee Onmpeay, will he hemd so ie of*l
ioe l U eevilll. Firtda, for the
puraose of o t in tno 'a Loh eaipir.
al eawek frn*m Fe rThWsnd Doeler
So Te.yP7Ive Th,,ueaed Dotllosi al*
*e - Ish eo m. sad phee a voe
wtU L- ahe efr ii. adep".. of am
u--slaideefr TA VI dHa ebmae
ter to teed "The SHilh lmlie4b1daess
r lightly which th. epapera0e me

,ats M e **e 0 s te bef, iL ty
0h0. T nor, IS,

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244m 7. hsewoll" bosom
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says the dorto b mWy of his lidy patients, because he doesn't
know of any moedlmt treatment that will positively cure womb or
ovarian troubles. U O a mirgeon'a knfe.
That such a mondtsr al, however, hs been proved by the
wonderful curm perfom t d dieaaaed women, In thousands of
cases, by

Woman's tlt

It has saved the lives of thousands of v iM Mt M, M dil
bal rescued thousands of others from a iblm-s l lftK lllb
chronic Invalldlsm. It will cure you, If you wllU oulw 4Q M -
Sold at every drul store In $ 1.00 bottle. Try tL

teely and frankly, n atrktest coal-
**ae, teUlin as all yur troubiea.
We wllU MnJ Free Adve (in plia,
aMtd envelope). Address: Lades'
AdMvsry Dept., The Chattanoog
Medlc Co., Chattanooa, TeM.

"I yran mppsra h
my romb, wma m k
thin dowrn bokohrrlCw

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Cotton .tsl, Bagging itnd Twine.
Itiathrl in SOti os or Sidt4.

Manu fact urerm of the
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JAMPS Diligc~ie Impro(rtA IRuglM~
(Gi, III, lit n ilS)pief for Sam&

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Abstrafui of Title ad full IafoqMatloe furalaI mmdcI 11 1 111 6
eovnny. Our maMe Has 10M8d 1 th0s en000t8 thU 0cOW MA
is tkorongkl .Vmeuuaut withbadul

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Studies underlying catum of Marks
'Review, anal"yse and oriUiob PlabroIAd
mad IuntuvIal rep~rto.
EW Oomplate tables Of~~g~
QuOtes active and ilnmve 94.1 mb

Reards thelsat saw of BookaaM b
yed an Invelueamt# 4t th pftu
.Aaswai, without .bmp, qlI
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hailsor wdlhguhlwors. ont.

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b~''~'ll am b, 6W s The14A.

m~ore Is as ow. l umr *a

I oal .s lid owabr hs soat In
4166suebovgo Museew. Wausaw sad

4' anMmr Reidl belle Is naId to
w aemteasI f Mr. I'm is lese
AIM eOMMO114m a ama atoe
aIf ted s a Yor. e do Vornsd
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ndorwshegss ofu ShS Imem Sad
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asmesphere soad ronm u se.
retree~l~e 5.4 inwuim, ~IIn
diem. 0"s.wm ~ am

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of-$ am* or nab as, bm md

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is Asvu 6 0W id As"1ou of
3ses ~,.u~as 3oIi.-

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*OILSa 0AND $10

W?. 3. JO BO r, Ga.aine-l*.
Rew&M 1 be VWd "aW#
perma bwho can and one atom
id opita, ch lral, motpiNV %V-
coc~ile thr or cblorofo r
in ta r fort ina ay of Dr.
". ".^ If You Are Insured.,
'this a 'swt I ered becan b

a fr t OoQI tihat Ib ReIponsible, Have a Policy orreetly
'tebse ffttdIl. It ud rodeWrio With lbenrl ity of Policy Oontrat and the Complan
stoad that this read appulie P Losse Promptly
oaly o |ds purchased ina the '
2,,-m w,, in o ,way.Y You Are Assured
Dr. M remedies cam by
their BOrihbing, That lso serious lw can overcome you without yon have some
sMtreheP alg and invigorat- _
ina dfeet upon the sMerou

w.a5 F ife, AcMmt a flealth lran
and the serves me ta
Swould be i i ti dn t*es d ugs
06 o~dd":). 1Bass be Befble ompan* Represented.

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pt the

WIG .ie Vatqre for the

dedllhtadn.MtiaF. Allbe
ia a de ty ola d o the ox-

Florltan thinks Jackmhovlle is
tooB Od'iwho a man Is deo
i t as~rlen rae on Sun.

A. Most, If year old, disap-
f rom te Aem Botel in Jack-
oi Monday. tad his mother is
e Ihaslefl t he ity.
Jobhnso of GeoulMin hd an arm
of by eeldMetally flaling in
an engIne while walking along
.1ja de Mo y oevepainlg.
Pois i iles Sundah y there was
mldbapsim smoking the colored
and it s reported that opwards
were m Imesed on that day.
i* rea of Marianes is la the
bosaa for the money, and he
soe vew y fine fowls, which eap-
prisls at the Gulf Oouta Fair as

editor of The Orlando Star has
preII s ed with a loaf of "sweeat
brel and it starts the droll
i ouait of the eorers of the Stat
sas's mueth when he thanks of
t ar maenjoltaI the feast.
Adule I* dh ,* who was a South At
League umpire the pass Isoe,
Smaage the Jacksonville teWr
e oem. He ik a oeoera ball
er, sad hma played with the It.
i gas Browns, Steelinati Reds. t.
a.O. Ritehe and .. 8. Joh e were
hosted for illegally selling whiskey
i I "was" coaty-4ar Jobs. Is
S that It do 's ame say dier.
Io seek fellows whether the ome a
p i "weto or "drly" f they weant O
The trial of William F. W iame,
iarged with the order of Edwl 0.
tsbgl, whlsh oeaered li o epso
m* moathD sLee, will probably take
he sl Matrioans on Nov. thb, It-
t of Nov. l6th, ha at first decided

A samber of (ermans who esme
ah to work on the Feet Coast Rail-
i esseaCion are saxious to retor to
Yer T i, on eooSt of the hard

d poor food.

It is too bod tha





ad BPrm $4.75

TIM et s iale I ember, 17, I t,

q4-- = am& r"w a....
w i aw- Ams.,

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Better, thaotti In fact, q tI
Fat. roOdas d lhll of life and mbi
k and white Gesh, dotted with t
ple. No cog Dno indigestion.
All n acIaMeoi

)B a mother whose love
wsu tmpa*O with common sense.
She know that OZOMUISION is
a fountain of energy for growi-ups,
too. It tps waste of flesh. It makes
i y ofo rich blood. For pale, feeble
it is the chief nourisher at life's
feat. It ares Consumption Wthen
taken i time. All druggists sell it-
go cents and $1.0o the bottle. Let as
sad you
Frn Saml Iefl by hIl
Write letter or postal to
* Pine Street. Now Yort

where eabbages grow so plentifully
there is no aenor kraut.
The Star regrets to hear of the sael-
dent that befell Jodge Hopkins Satur-
day. lie was grooming his horse when
the animal raised hi leg, etriek be
Judge over tbe eye and eruebed his
eyeglasne, making quite a gash in his
forehead.-Ocala Star.
O. N. Lee, the negro flnt tried In
the circuit eourt for the murder of
Paul Yoemans in Jaehsooville lass
February, sad who, in the lrimiaal
oort, wa Iset week fosed pilty of
aggravated assault, was Mooday a.
warded a new trial, and he will apsala
be tried for allurated assault.
Theevideme i thesbo of the Turner
shooting at Penaseula a lew days ago
would sem to justify the wife nl kill-
ing her bruat of a husband, Irasels M.
Torner, and it took the ormer's jury
four boon to deoide whether thbo
would hold the aksetd woman o ar
charge of asetlghtlr. Brnut
slaughter may hav been better.
Halh 0. Msefula e, Uoowtor of
the por of Tampa, has sod toe editor
of The Unlted st-oas Tobselo Josr-
Salt r slander. MelarliasM ays io
bk somplalu that la a meeat Ieae of
too paper the editor empared hia to
Oeorge Washinboe Pluakitt, the
Tareay exsleoder, sad be oassld.
onm bat he wa millkty libeled.
No P oisn I b 's Ocugh
From Napier (Clw eaud) RoMMl,
Two years ago she PLwnMoy iud of
New Sooth Wales. Aesuli, had aa
analysis made of all the aoegl modi
eloM that were aM II that market.
Out of the eto*I Hlia y tle o
me tam they deslt ed uM bi1
free frm all poleoes. This eenleb
ws Obalbtrile's 4)Leagh leme4d
made by tah Obe ierklo is dif
Oomplsy. Des Moiee. Iowa, U. L A.

remedy theo eafoot ad bet thtb m

sy tet hay mother ose gei M he

hdIA Is Is wish a 0091166ad s t.
little otrn. O batel tIa0s- 3cm'

woopi h 1IS remed
mrk bi drabae.
Alabamna Gabsenatusel Ca&pelp&
Mostomaery. Ala.. e,.
ae at the eepitoally Mhe b tl r h
pound to beer the rep&nto I Seb
Meoig., wnere the oval
r tIhe Dmoeratle gSimort-
er ae Br WWt me. r. nms 1M
U"oeat govaror. ma. as
tap 'e bla as his old bma te
owr es loaded for the ab I
de. hbI r ofr thb* eant Sgoal
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gIle Lretueee heV
Pbitso' t-l toel fdc i
esmaw bmdwr 0(the was"usofi P.
td" glowed 60 ra ea A 0" -1 t
Om s his way to Parts ea Go --W
Oi the rmeost ams~ty loo.so vW
met H6aa am br of t mb w cm'
petelme hi m we dv WIt
ci dParis m'fl'welihebe Tse

Ste Ps Mee w Mo slodTa.
fewy & (lMp cs* aed I
Sae am d WTorna slb smdIsmsLethe
InadfWAs ea taS pewo
- popelltf of I Vb MIS
0"i ta NM y5 1-- g4"we
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ww. Iblesub

Pllice S trlsenM d In Which He
Reided and Mta Kills Himself.
San atae'Nov. -Milton
Prankll Aadvw 'and !. consort.
Nulda Pste~'e, w ed aftir brutally
attacklag aod ,ro6fw Wlltiam illa,. a
horSema& at **wly, Whoim they had
lred trom Ametraii were funnJ dead
last night io .ltr rooms at Jam s
Meaghera l o at 4T Mc U.\llaster 8t.
The pidUc ta tIemodeI Ithe place,
Andrews wasl'hkde to a closet whea
a polleeUa w a *bterfuge entered
the reom.
I#eaUlitlg t ht Iter hdlnid place was
disootred, the la wommn persead
ed the potlee l1 the mem. Eft
tbe loeke4 th e Iand :mmedately
afterward tw ab ts w re heard in tie
The police be I and 'he bodies
of the ftI Ul with i bl'tr holem to
their beds wee fmodJ. A,' .Irw's pI
toe wuas .i d Is his !i&*nt hand,
where be ras lyag tTi' n.tor. The
woman rested o a bed as f In sleep
Anssirw w a ebu Wd w. the mor.
der of Basoie t woeNrth. at Now Brit-
ala. Coua., with thea aayr t of a wo
man at Troy, N. .. s6ld \ ih klllna
Beesle Boato at olorado ;,rlngt. He
returned with llB from Ak -'railia lt

No Reases Per HMlbnd's At.
Wabtalntc Nov. .-Mrr Washl'as
ton J. QauIg. wife t th' secretary
of Tboms v. Waleb, who wa shot by
her busad Iat M ght, l onmewhat
ilaproed teday M4 lte rgseos at
the amereyrta bosptal exirssed the
optalon that bte has an *\,n ebnee
for recover. S be h lalt that ae
ktews of no reIOa why h.,r husband
should Mav killed hlself or attempt
ed to kill e.

Situaim at Now Orleans.
New Orieas, Nov. S.-ip to oost
today theUe as v a n w au* of yet.
low fever sd .ae death reported by
the board health. ot were the
same person, the uea act having be
prevriouly reportM Dr nrady re
tarued here today from ('ca.ieou, re
portang three eass at ilnn Ami and
slx at Del4dder. All are rteoverlag.
There as a marked de r:l In the
teompertaro today.

If ISe v io Osuits Tooth
Be *ire Sd Is that old and well-
d e remedy, Ms. Wielow's Booth.
ta Ibrp. fto olhldren oetibg. It
eamsh the bld. eofttne the gam
ally aM pal, fea s wrd solle ad ts
othemamI ndi t rrboea. Twoe.

UrLg sme nt ef Sru(*ey Laws.
CblMag, Nov. I.-JT-h pastor, of the
ConMratpl esI oburch. of Chlelce.
taMued as diMattu tto eyor Duate
16 2W1g *lm a eaforce f the
a a tlerlaw Tsb*e afty lms
were WEerat at a ntD r vot
ed a&umem msaowlesly ore the ma
aerial whebl wa aitein dd to pice rhe
erstya M iW riveted on rod rer a
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to i wtu paradblas. TI
th.sa ofa actor. It othe Cp
te tnp ebow 'earn conmld
retopmrtpe than actors ev
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M^ "a $2,8(Ea year,
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mi to and Iuxries to
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SLar g... ,i,roomsat o.
SHome .J, u, F L, ght. Air Line Railway
kpa Ae, late, $1 to LIs se
bkd Ktaj ii tW
-a 'ee ok, nw,. u may be.,
fth Fit-two time a year is a r ext door. l K, M .. FOR.
be Is to you if you --

la READ S T UN Fruit11 Ik G r Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
oft READ h SUN ultrt ek Grower

S Tht lustantd weekly paper, L J.33Ul8l r d Prh, Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
printed in Jacksonville ad puItA,
Spubishd everywhere. .... ..... ington, Baltfmore, Phila-
tr 1 ""... .m..
F A. K. Taylor Id.d ~Sn.l matd- *. delphia. New York.
bree Ih as lH elt ilagrbl* grow ofa
Make the cartoons and all the rPOMa.
heir aU me weeipt of U
can e I
SClaude L'Engle '" Two Elegant Trains Daily.

fat In pungent editorial pagraph Seard
, looks after the things that aboard
-tel need attention. I R
Ih..aih.I R. 8Seaboard Mail.
e i CLEVER Mrmtmesm, ahIe, emphs,
KwNUT11b, I ('ncImaIR,
That's the Sun .S Lsm .. .., g, amIab OBERNPULLMAN EQUIPMENT
serth a r Wda ta hkrh cars
L If you pay to red this paper yo Only Line Operating
,I ca n reada ST n too, on l m rou s h n.R" Daily Thro gh Pullman Slepers from Jacksonville to New (fsA
dre. Wrreou' ExTIUL _______from______
er&- Onlty m optIanM ro igh sle -p
orn fro Iero I t .Loo I with dill Fo full laformallou and lpper r-servationS ll o Ut B t a O
-. Ask us or write us ad ears nh writ A. 0. MADoNLU s. ora.
lstm laestdlmagea ft ler in the BoUth OoWeral Pe Opt Apo%, Pa k
Ates G eTal e rseeet Agleepere to OUf ,Aor
and wT w les11 t i. J^ JAUKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
M- VWe 11 tell yOu hOW.s Forefonuatles to rate, o all
winl xoel'n rtli Westh a W h, ahdulea ad
S----- sm larme l s or writ e WlxeZ. i3. xeedL of
We' I o Wrell Ownsen eOrl 99 ft M. n*ae AAt L A X. L R.o
Iad tttle Greese ate.
I to "'The Irishwomen never worry," sid iM Wett lay l Js a rkonvillle, P.
my. a woman who has mixed much la tn he J O P R IN T I

I m y dtbelt to acuoi the title upper circles of the lIttlf greo LIsle;
Sto China. Tb papl It "therefore thty pr ve their youm THE SUN
S stay three yar as a o better th t women of any other a-
M a year Is required to tam. A peculiar type of persona lty
te rI Wtl ebouc. Tp baabea lft Irland. llan and JOB
lr by eart a repertorya Amerca have draied of the prorwe
a fy iteet plays, ad thrm lt tn and hastllag-latny from the DAI
,Ik tI 'sat ta metIta these pays per classes. America trm t heo wA
thettelicltestchaneofeverbe. T2i4e wrho are left are of a pel.
SInto = t a an, Oews The noutd ities. ra wbom th re t- Makes a Speol
W tt aa 'a*ct" as seek, mt les mm of prtia day etlvlltmat m
N(aa.es0Im to lamt, I wMate at. s tar rmev.d. T ka lessa of of PlAin
oo W ay to aappeaie bt m aq m Ut. las by the a"era well benm
,Wr ia vllst lmny to his diltty uIrk girl woeald b pattik e it X wwo
taek west paPt whet me at Met that os omsd to thrivewo wl a
bgir a sea pe a Mpl.-Cbrtel t It. Yer after year shte oUw tt h Comma
amse m mooto'oo mmo m"eta Ug t
THE STEAM RADIATOR. ame peole at tomal I Summe a
be mateby a st a wt ter. It her bo a
S m- aso" IMHw- %o Te. m io a ha-nt rdtoet, t t JO Fb
m. w .m mt. hew ow a ebb th familykanaas may
' are a sgod many r om where they will maf to t gve br a
t radiator i either too small aw te gaed asmit but for the gIr who e *
mw pr-esure s too low et mattn m a t ts b tl a, wet wI or, tith
4 ,4atertable tmparatore la severe taw melibr to flhew a* p a bN m Bust nessI
aitr. the te at a toylag te aat a rt aa anrit a a meimeal A.O
electric ight c service tm eara"'--ew Tert 'trrme
ca easilly b remedied. Take
ran ,, art -,it WIDWf ,,1 8L Pts Pro fessloi
fan and sat tt nwere I wW 55. Vnae.. rT0 0SS10
api a larga part of te raa- Thre a atty Mt f at la ey
rface. Tara It em at a low tWh.*meWt that v 00ath $ L Ma 111a
a at hIgIb If nesar. ud y rr e P, aa1 fu a u nto MW 1o l uIf
~~m wll a so a be morality who wt Nar m to frtm o Ma a
heM pbkhropjhy te thtla athl eatwy Mad 1d aa a r Imr I.gal B|laks
Mi mam et a low pome ai earrift a faeret aN=r MaMa. e agg
M~te Ilatest best ha m ta at a beame vry raest t to PaMIe a M
Jg e isad emr rs warms e ter ctnta.r Whim a 1mv sIarth1 Tnest Is
- e a poorly tut ehly a uablt publCi barckney raahesa t Pgfta t 1W ea e
sd M air rtfes around a a1 pips and 31 foand tae Mo asavio a'
l sIM ewt slow. WIh tb fan to aemsr for the to b asl a ten I**
is a a draft Re *4L Martnlu. aimed Me otL. P lag
agalaIta vater that eamduet a and adorned with aan Im o f tdhe
rma t ae*be heat away fim the salat; bm "ae- re. e
lrus. e~la t Mthat m eiaem- ire.
Ia-t t LMam ag* y reI rtat "Do youms to ay thi M im t MIo ,wMM-
naum te i ts e relatt at. r tahe tbird story and s Iaded a her
eau iMam to warm at a tI "- -." rgpurt t p4 mkwa. "I w
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lftll on' e oting Mrs. O. L. F
Zverton of M1l
the itoy ykeseo
Wtd- orneyr Ro
iwoIAL IT EM from r proes
clor count, ee .
and Wit Going The service

W* iDr.d. F. o aId e nof O stdr a d of
H O. O Ont e
est-sofrlIlettor of h
ahe-. K, on, Bakeri. 4 ton,

SD P kedl f asm o Powrnells Mrs. B, I
Bro., broke, to Al o
Snd eartd in lats l style pl eXt4 vMl
WA. 0. ltAdea
BLro wer of Williston wr in the rabe mot wc
ltyy rday. o, w. Blasa la
ovrpe wood for sale. J. t. Bon, l tord
r bone 19. St. T- T. MePbh
Dr. Harr, L. p Jr dosem, h pro b oo d arM. O'bDebl
m' ot ll oompabue y order. diwf oiteld Isasl
O~ll to friend naOalf Bottlionk. A h Mrs. o
Wo rk for kwyn eldor, all abelm, ht MEo ly. (

< clerkiD she St ate land department, doesD by all
S anted-.L irl to do ~onerlal b a ee h1, endwtf.
work as ood wage. 8. eWevr.e ls0o P. MoIr

I Mrd.W. fowlr
S Turkes shleone ar d et fomh BlerdioM t iB
. from tbe country. Soo8*eld*Mdfdlks bee appolalt

SD.I. ti. Mrlson. end wife of eOter and or miat
SCoLkupentsiTuoesdayn shw eithr uala,
W: hse Of relatives. of Th rewd
1 D. Powell of theb; airm of Powell boys ). the be
Iros., broke, ha s one to Alsbuh a .boPt lofo l
and oth points on bosianemss t illed osra
W. H. Anderson, tax solleort of pries.
I Iy loost, of Broay. wee I the Omrlwm Car
oit Yetday on a bray oln trip Blor ewb Met
S Torpenmae loase for sale at I is of visrto to this
t Weo por doses. $8 per hunade, eneo on eela
Olb amet woompany order. dsrwlf t United Sta18
Mr. and Mrs. l arena lrrod gad Warreaty d
ldreoa hveo returned from a plea- for eslo r) bi
I t visit to trihend lt Golf Hammook. AlBowi eant
r0 B. Owynn of Tallahasse, ehlef moidlal. 08
:air k o Sthe etase land department, d4e10 by mail
w i to the elty on offolal bolloas ye* *e-*r. dawtt
tNday. OnGe. P. Mor
Mr.d 0. IW.J. Fowler arein h B of Hawth
joleleg over the arrival ofa eon oagl 1hmo2at ag
O p 0 their hbme. Frende ouend Bad d4o0l"tr,
S lmpeleloea, o won amo
B. B. Le, pmide of of the Dot- TileOlS y ts d
StoPaospreto Qaoopula, He orse to W.P. BoN t
IWas. W n on beot asossot wus w.ithll la
Wili te yompsua. bow plaa an
ery O b-I wlal pay to reward forLiv h s oea
pblKas. T ndey are eM of iparke t0an Tl 4O
produtSi wb O rpi ord mpltrilntl fl onitlo was
pes. old by aFll druilon. qlaspri
M tr. ad M rs. L. Le M rat B r hae in pr

Bd Mr.card Mrs. Naises 1 atdea n. Mrp.b
neormed to Jth r honme, al ery plo Ro v Mr.
pes visit so the lat rleparent, Bolil
sae as the 1
ad Ms. 0. C .Miens,. i1. th1i, W. od h wMy.
B. BH Hopo. M of e (o1lsH Lodul wbfrb will be
Lif A41unFA A t. M oba ..ea ted Hb N od* o "
Cd from pota In iolur from rdn Io bea Nrsad, ad I

day iht ar ubr of bh fr plorM
nereity uhied out to o releio H. he po odtot
o aWith &m
Whe tou wet a Flaoant phy~e Joe.u A. up.l
Nt OhmmkrlalnC SPubntl hav rhorlteb
Ttibd m. ThRelr r Fa l ato sd Lod provided the
*oduoe no lrlplnl on, triplee of. iornmeas, ri
Bl*Ior and Mrs. H. H. MeYOrer date l evTr
10d Mr,. ald Mn. antrea Endol ad 8Ie o publl
1. Mlrelni, Jr, wre 81me1 thboe pmrelotod.
who wsot to Jlasoovilln ptowda/to ] eo. H. M.
aited the Elks' fIrltlile. They eu- Th ndiy al
poet to return tonllht. ored Blaptlel
7 iA, N. Cushnma, D. II. O, W. B. whletwa1i
e Rgldon, W. M. of aelnerllne Iodlee romt lE b
no. 4l, F. & A. M., and tober Me- eY vaell
CloItnu, have r ur,,ed from nn omesll Mledh theIt
Ftiot to Meranopy ,Lady, where Tou0 0. ]oit iads
dl nllht a Iarl, number of the fra- ep (e owe
weilty treed out to tlret them. m ra b s
Not1e to thLe Publ--1 hn eset b* t alr ve trya
Ulbed at RalekIg, Ftl, a one and up-*S *

t1dase ristl or or mill entirely s sp .
ster sad pan from my sawmlll, an I
vill tMrid sore oe fatrday of rah LE
week, sad reepoafully soollit the pat. OuA
emsp of the peble. T.J. Oona. Dr. .W. I
S We are to a posilo to felramh ntht. Dote-It I
ss beem, oake sa ketMee hampoes, emmeu d
els eobtege sad tsattlope eors aws mey it
g umpduy as renoeatw priM,. oSd ad mi yi (I
g1amrsto prompt hipmoat on all perisasi we
S iateeta. 8hip on *ItUer . 1, or on
a. A. L. illroads. Williewt Matou.
lterNag Co., Willtem, pF dawtf A T
a.; J0desof Or, WsV Virtiate who O.a 1l
seemslypre d raluablo property dr. mal
s. ai *Otly ar the UsaVniLn Y k idey yad i
p.a a4Md kobeaht bi family to gravel. e-M
e& beo, hai sgmsisted himself with stmo.
A. 0. Stema tin the real etate tmlMI
be bd-ee sad the r wtal kb knowa W 'w
as Orr & eIMbsa. Them geaeause il
S an bembk bens. sd the hI aM wUlbe
Smalataes of Mr. besabsi Uwih this t i
seewilpsme am &VMeas *aIs %o she Me
I[:w $Dim wh. pe p Il e* to Iso r Mei m
S81aema JI.bad IaM kw e. a3 W seg
ageg hmm

id Telar wm trading
ottigo for ran, fo .
lruilhed. Apply 4o J.
easter sad i bise
ntopy wereN shel l
bs, E. Davis *red
oost vist t6o P6rry, 'Ty.

at Holy Trdlty Oblofh
will bob9ldM as 7o'1ek
, -s oua. s
SAlbuba lnorme 1ix
Mp^Monsgr, it 1 l, sm

eopen ha rbtui d fro
where like *blOM* Ms
w itKOer * fM r of
Me of Ddmaellmesoe

bey dt on 0- W mja

Mn of WIldMw ad
of Oxsmbu, Iw p)remi
se e of Ihad seatos,
"lMe remste -, ,r ,
DPttlN tyurdt hap
i0t.. J., IrW 4gpi
ba e boe deitea~y
e pat low sod"s.
layer of this el bee
I general aet ad as.
ITalted *ae Sa wPolliy
Oomplsyof Bak amor6,

Seareful housekeper
e advastsag. Joet try
SBlbbia lemon or vsa
Nose bettor as any

ktr, Joba W. Qoloey and
oney of Lvyvlnt wron
eity yeeeuday. Tbhe
m WoonCited with the
lanad oe.
ad ad ortgag blanks
k*, the term need In
I whiok Mave money ai
I per hIdred or 00s per
. Oash most company

ris of Waldo, T. J. Me-
kor, M. U, Peaeoek of
d Judge E. A. Ploaell
,iss Baoles, of Broo.
i the vilon to OiGaine
lrf of Oraolg Heights
Sthe ity Tosday. Mr.
* tha the es tono rop
a* igher"It that me
p, onlhke may other
good *vnsoaQ, ad the
In poad and brooeht tir

IlMn, a blind probeer of
i, Ky., will dellier a lee.
tae4dlst ehorb at ?7J
evalng, the1 ,bjoot of
, 'Bow th Blind Are
No admission will be
a eodial nlao118IsI ox.
Itoralate oese Manager
if the Browa Boom kh
eoas empo *porr,
UeM dantt--rt me*at
Ssakes a striing Is.
KMelger istal to p-.so
way, aid kba *ortse to
Io a goed setre aro ap.

Fleald reatrned tees
ht from she rlaiol Oot-
Coaenatlm s Ohteao,
neded bty a lare d4ele.
part of the oesutr. Os
tag the mem s of Mt
hee iedd hy Dy* A.
D Brigham. av*e hm a
Sben wasd edi eu tea
aIadel samr, atl Ie
py ker hi jepeSn .






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left heuIqWay ft r
,:e M so wirth two
bd o lr alt ood whoi
hasalNosyf n me*d ti The So..:
tibl i'sieof the si s freaks of
ntari oted tb owur will no doubt
do weVt i e Sho tsure.
AmOl ,t.be pronmsent visitomr to hbli
elt* 14y lday ws Ioo. John P. Wall
of Ppa Hall, for man yes one
of tN leme. amnlmsrs of tho rSlgis.
tsr Sand, "i e Who cloned the
* WgpI bel* teoma und eoao.
r s thd .of the Treseary."
i khesp service, for
_Ml; iA appreceitlon
9. hA Oglli -of Spri.
fark Pti, Ms r.mm from Tamps
w141m I6 s Stt Sha4l arramnge-
esmteorv I "cetsh "tp1ay. He
ISb elple'sed Wti she airf mens
of *l ileek jsedli abd lbi., and d.r
4lass h1T ar* besetmat mon op-
iodats boti er seen a Rat.le
tflre ,, t T k. which will sempris
1191840 0ad Jtomj, uAnom .mtse,
IBrobl khog, Seoseh Oollie dogs ad
poaltr;. wi leave hen Monday.
Jode'J. A. Carlislo, after hbta l for
isem yearn oeoplod law oalm toi
the Porter tBlok, coronr U01ioa 1ad
W69t Me Istreets, has removed to the
sew Blakiighl boildig, East VUion
itret, where he will8a1 up a aoe ofle.
Jo1Fr orliolek i making th e hange am
ameb tor the coaveBience of b hi am.
roe patrom' as h i own, and he
roellems- sts a groOnd floor ofle Is
maohb eaer of seems, and is ls
tmrotb reaUb. He Invites te pub-
iks to e4iast he new quarter, amor*
aiN sh~Jbast ihe latohtrimg is l-
twas "w(afd to the breesa."
Mrs. ;: B. Browne,who has for many
years eeoodted a bakery ina hipt iy in
sonmeaoo wtbh her late busband. h
Ogped a ranek store hl the mow Bank-
night biMling, ass Union street, rear
of Poorsell A 8oa's store, end propose
to keep m uap0o-die took. In eon.
*tollo wishb this she has erramed to
handle le celebrated Renhols breed,
Ues' sad pies, wbiek she will receive
fb t eh hbat daily from te Rennill
bakry, Waldo. See Mr. Browne's
adverniapes which will appear in
The SBodiwlerla berinlmem tomor.
row. Frried o*f tlbs lady are ooal
deas thi sIrahIll enjoy ar pod lnde.

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rFmeos CsinnUatal CO K Oyser. Drip Calbe. Weaern Meat
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Merrll D. Wlleow, who Ie s wrflin
for a Trmpa ooonfMlory ad olgar
boae,l peadlng a day or two with
his family in ths kifty. and ineltdetelly
working the trade. Mr. Wilsox's
friends will be gtad so lean that he eI
making quite a sese as a ommer-
latl aleaau.
James I. Smith of Trento returned
to his hoom yestrday, afltr a bmlmu
trip to tis et. y. Mr. Smih s1a
that the Wet Iad, especially that ee-
ton travored by she tensionw of the
J. A .W. rilroad, Ic po sproon.
The I(r ha bees layed to the
SImneo rivr, d the bride over
Shatestrtm o Isow undor ooeur of
Dr. T. M. River of Lako Park, Ga..
ha resrned to his hom, after a brief
bt pl-em viito to his kbeeer, Cd.
J. vM. Be. is this eity. Dr. Rivre
umon emmad prtnielly rawt!. tiis
maty." a wea ynasn g was peril.
poLf he Baweai m aeed. eo al.
Ierade gradested ftro. lhe Ohart*
ea Me 0Ial CeteA* Ime d a
LObe hk whos he hias esmblbed
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ajkes. Ke one Bakery.
SIr baked poos at Poureoll'

ag eards la inates sl
0.. ,Aod'
S Bmower of Willistowsn in ath
btovo wood for est. J Bone,
Sone 1. St.
Dr. Harry L. IJarl has goo to ack.
sortvileo a bous s utp.
Call on he Ga J nolll Bottling
Wgria for k' lder, all lavors,
S Wanol-A-Arl so do enaral house-
wrk a sood wago. S.0. Weaver.
S Trtiey, hliekee sand regg, fsh
fqm the country. 8ooleld*.eMdulan

IP. rj. I. Mi som and wife of Otter
LOa.ok spent Tueday in this elty as
ji. tls of relative.
SD D. Powell of ltht rm r of Powell
S' Bro. broke, ha gone to Alashbo
sad othat polas on business.
W. H. Andeons, a eollltor of
S io*Mny, of Bronsen, wase the
I' llty yelteoray on a busanes trip.
STerpetine leases for ale at this of-
;, ,ls per done, 1 per hundred,
: 0 mwest asnompany order. dswtf
Mr. and Mrs. Olarenoe Hrrod aad
red have returned from a pleas*
009 Tielr to friends at Goll Hammoek.
f.$ 9 9. B, Owryn of Tallahabsee, bshef
la'Irk In the State land department,
S in*(a b the eity on official boslaes yes-

iMrad Mrs. W. J. bowler are r.
$9 iole over the arrival of a ine young
eqp ai their home. Frieade extend
O.W.o0ban, praldeat of the DIt.
Soe Pbo ase OQepany, has one to
S.e'Wo as d ao buseless oaeented
18 uhthe eaoupay.
r oerd-I will pay 10 ward for
S eekSOaoa and Csretlo of party
pe l r"tle m w ubo milated my Irrigating
E^ 5t' U loh nM. FPlewelle.
'Mr. ad Mrs. B. L. Lyle *f v have
l leed to theiUr ho after a plea.
S at vielt to hbI lattes parent., Mr.
S-dI Mrsn. . Miauos, In this city.
S B. B. Hopoa of the Georgia Muuoal
U Aseranme Association haa return-
d fr ee polts In betbh Florida la Ihe
am ree$of his aseo loon. He reports
also business.
'a s e boolaMs.
Wlel yoo wast a plema nt physi
SWy Ohamberlai's B tomm and Lier
tlibts. They are eay to take and
odou no riplnag or auploeast ft.
I at. Sold by all dnruglot.
S oeator and Mrs. H. H. MoOCrary
sAd Mr. ad Mrs. Mareu Eadel and
sIoe MareO. Jr were 1ameo thqe
who went to Jalusonville yeotorday to
S sttead the Rlk*' feetivitles. They O*.
poet to return tonight.
A. N. Cushman, D. 1). 0., W. B.
SHtldon, M, of (atlnelle Lodge
MN. 41. F.& A. M.. and iobert Mo*
SOhtlla, have returned fhm rn oMeall
v. ilot to MLeaoopy Lud, where Toes.
S ay nlght a larrp number of the fra
Storitty tared out to rOet them.
S Wesse tothe PbSeo--I have estab-
SIed at Raleigh, Fla a e* and up.
S todate griel srt ore mill oeti elyr ep.
amteo and apnt rre my awmll, and
S lUl ltfll e a as Ianrday of ach
wak, and rspeetully oiesit the pat*
rnnep of bthe pbe. T. J. Ooes.
S We e ia a poettlen Io tfumih Rt-
elem be.a,a e eadl toese hampers.,
ate sbbgel and senateepe e'a'.s
P n ap s t aaoable lprse, and
g uaate prompt ab pmet on all
tI Ua. hlp a Itrh AL L0. I or
A. L. ramilrods. Wilitew Mase-
utarag O.., Williaten ,Ms. dawtf

S Jem One d Waf l VYlhl, who
seiy pumbheW Wamabl e proarty
a this imty ar the Usin sat
W ege, has emelaued hiel mtwith
A. o. Se--fsb-- I he al esta -

am ubese hem, end. b le eeB *-*.
ma*"Maso o Mr. of t.i- wih I WM
eimn wUprs pde ae etale toshe
si Aem. a permpem to de aUr
bi Nd hebud weu rl E.

'eod IlathlewTlo lar was trading
to the qity yesterday.
Pivd rolom otage for rent, faor
asbkd or ooftrnihed. Apply to J.
M. Flewellen. dtf
Mrs. O. L. Feastera sd Miss 8esfte
Everton of Milanopy were shopboif la
the eity yesterday.
Attorney Robbt Davis retired
from a professional visit to Perry, Tay-
lor county, yenteoay.
The service at Holy Trinity OCboeh
Friday eveoin will be bhld at 7 o'eloek
Instead oft 7l0, ru osal.
H. 0. Oato of Aleobus, former tax
1eoser otf AJhus outy, Is la the
0 ty on a rts 16 relativeI.
Mrs. B. B, I opeo has returned from
Bigh Sprilng, whel abe ebeen em a
pleasant vietl* o ilaiv sa friteds.
A. S. Andermon of Duaselloek1 one of
the most widely ithew men na the
Base, was la the eiti on btmushlesje
T T. MePberon of Wildwood and
W. M. O'Del of Oxford, two promi.:
eant toPsnes men of that seetioa,
were In Osltaelle yesterday
Mrs. M. A. Obapuan ba returned
from Englewod,L.. J., her souewr
bome, where h a been delllhtfelly
sitalted for the past few modtbs.
Ferdinand Bayer of this ity baa
been appointed general ageIt and ats
torney for the United states Plltelity
and Goaranty Company of Baltmore,
The shrewd, earefol housekeeper
buys to the beet advantage. Just try
a bottle of Blue Ribbon lemon or ve.
allis eStres. None better at any
Graham Carter, John W. Qolaey and
Blanehard Mooney of Levyville worm
vilstoer to this aity yesterday. They
same on bosinees eoaneeted with bhe
United states land offde.
Warranty deed and nortgage blanks
for sale at tbisofle, the form ueed in
Alaohna ooanty which save money in
rsnording. $$ per bondred or 0oe per
dosen by mall. Cash most saoompany
order, dawtt
O(o P. Morris of Waldo, T. J. Mo-
BRa of Hawthorn, J M. U. Peacock of
Pinemooat and Jude E. A. Plnaell
*ad dsolbhsr. Miss EBalee, of Bron-
son were among the vkieton to Galane*
villa yesterday.
W. P. Boulware of Orange Heights
was trading in the loly Toesday. Mr.
Bo~oware state that the cotton erop
ha about been paSherd In that nee
lleo. Thle eop, onlbke many other
oeetloaa, was a good average, and the
quality was also oed end bought fdir
Rev. Mr. Wilson, a blind preacher of
Bowling Green, Ky., will deliver a le.
tre as the Methodies t sheb at 7:0
o'loek Cthis eenlng, the subject of
whieh will be, "How the Blind Are
Udoeted." No adlmseloo will be
haroed, and a cordial lafiVtie loe Ie
onded to the poblie
With bhareterietl energy Maag4er
Joe. A. Etel of the Brown Booe has
provided the ofa s employ--porter,
bellmen and at uedaatu-wlth nes
unilormn, lwhkh akes a striklbng i**
provemeat. Manager Bttel l onp-to-
das In very way, and bp elorts to
giv the public a good envric arn arp
Rev. H. M. Flemlag returned lait
Thursday might from the Natiokal Ool
ored Baptist Coaverntio at ~OhieMo,
wbhic was attended by a large delise-
soe from altrpaers of te aotry. Oa
Tueeeday eovlel te membae ef Mt.
Moriah Ohasre. headed by eus A.
P. Polle ad D rBeglham. hima a
Mrpriae, whe he we r embemnd ia
a maos snhos dtaal maaur, and he
feels very happy er Mhs jlpeos N

OuutntLa, u n r .,JranIe lO

Dr. N a. W i. LIt.L &066S.,e: Do
swr-h lIs 9t pleaser. t*at I we*.
enmma re T OrMn Wdelet hw
mCy aid hbI-ue as tyo-
and ww" Wa~s be&t wed Is and ow
pripsesod udeloweibookem ND


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ne leo nlie B&Med Laes
4Onries at asnly 4 per pair.
A hr se oL- tWer and bta
rter aIs Ile ar, an-

to ppeI.m se. n ot
earty as the let w4es lsa

0ee pie D Bews Teweln,
heavy and stoes, aty thet

Few tobp b-nto

teetm a* bo

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I |Holiday Shopping

q.* V ^* lets pleGorday fcr

M i aftk, the so wirth two
bedkIffM legl, metiow of which
bhs al a 4iban made in The S6a.
ThbI ime'fc the parts freaks of
nusor4,*p tb q owuer will no doobt
do weltl b.he venture.
oamo tte prominent visitors to thia
ei ylg 7 rday was Bon. John P. Wall
of Pepat Haill, for many years one
of theb* teses members of the ealts.
ltorn, Ilouaop BRepresenurles, from
Pti *ANooiya, a nd who pind the
e~opUia ary nepoetion aed I0eag.
*e l e dal.gof the Treesury."
M* tel. .iI-M il a coaltltomlee
Sfhoos k service, for
h ..owrn appreeIatio
by l 6 eral mes.
9. A.i 0ia.r of Spring
Park FPtroi, returned from Tampe,
whewibe *o ito pebB INal arrangfe-
eit f l e fhv s tk display. He
Is wipleased with the arrsemront
of tihe tk yreds and ebtmble, ad de-
elare setay rMte bes sd mosu op-
(o date ib bh evr seen a t abtm
fair, Tbqos$ek, wbieb will oomprit
Herf0l94 and Jesneys. ABloIe goaw,
BerMbln hogi, Seoth Oollie dog abd
poultry, will leave here Moaday.
Jodpl'J. A. Oarlisle, after haring for
eve ralyeas oeeopied law offle ti
the Porter Blook, corner Union and
Weft Mahi streets, bas removed to the
now Bankllght building, East Union
stret, where he will lt up a ales olee.
Jodg Oarlile oI making the change as
mIeb for tIhe onvoniene of hibe aom
eroe patrons aS his own, and he
realils srpt a grooed.floor ofle is
muob eawer of sseoe, sad is les
trouble to rkea. He lavites the pub-
lie so sallt oth new quarters, assor-
lol tb ibat thbs lateh.striog is aI-
ways "wafted to the breezes."
Mrs. ; B. Browne, who has for many
years oosdoted a bakery in tbi dlty in
connestlos with her late bosband, has
opeand a rakO store In the new Bosh-
night bolling, esut Union Itret, rear
of Poornell & Son's store, and proposes
to keep an op-to-date took. In eon-
oeotios wihr this she bas arranUed to
handle the celebrated Renault bread,
Ikeaiand pie, whbih she will receive
fbh Ad hat daily from the Renanlt
bakery, Waldo. ee Mrs. Browne's
advebrnliemet which will appear in
The Bow welklrly botinanDl tomor-
row. friends of thl lady are oosa-
dent that abeIlll enjoy a good trade.


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Merrill D. Wileox, who is traveling
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his family la this elty. and inoidetally
working the trade. Mr. Wiloox's
friends will be glad to learn that he i
making quite a soeees as a sommer-
ilal selesman.
James R. Smith of Trenton returned
to his home yesterday, after a business
trip to this elty. Mr. Smith state*
that the Ws Ead, eepeeially that see-
tion traverd by the extension of the
J. & 8 W. railroad. it irosperor.
The iron has beoa played to the
8awaner river, and the bridge over
that stena is now nsder ooune of
Dr. T. M. River of Lake Park. i .
has raerned to his hoe, after a brire
ut pleasant vies to he br e er, Col I
J. N. Riln, Isa skis elt. Dr. River I
a bLIr ad partally reaed in this
en ty, aId te yam a" w1e prime.
pl ef Bsathv n urhesb He atf
da graduated froab the Oharl-
ae Nedial olle a me lared at
la Gas11 whemA he has estab*iaed
asbeftio pse. Friend e h-were o dla

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The Cotton Crop is interfering With School Opened-Delightful Party.
Edmentiss of ^ *:rn:'n esnl sarp-
Santa Fe, Nov. 7.-Hoee we are yet, Melrose. Nov. 8 --The Melrose
e raping out the k1A of the crop of .ohool term was opened yesterday by
le l Med Mayor of New foo= ent eotioa,.d pmgetti ready to With Renewed Oliance in stat Prof. R., L. Roger. of est Lake, with Phifer & Wati H tave Started
, o;-J w Wingt. (),artnd uOe *agra es rop. Tohe frmA an attendance of 83 sohulars. H ln.
Yrk a Wil Outm, u gd al, e o*a otrop. Thep f Flir Mhi, More W\. E. BIaer, one of the trustees, Wos New Busines OGrove Park.
eem to be deirmlned to hold ctoo p a (Iw appropriate remarks welcomed -
REPUBLICAN BOSSES BEATEN fo bettr priee this yar but to cne ALACHUA WILL IE THERE the teaher and presented him to the THE TIMBER IS ALL FINE
of the experience that th writer has -patrons and children. Prof. Rog,.r
annstvant Breaks Away From Ring had in firming, the beer plan for the With as Fine and Oisraiied Exhibit as replieJ with a shnrt peech anid do. Firm Has Secured Several Thousand
Rul--Ohio Elects a Democratic future woold be to pleat ls, for. e. Was Ever See at Any State Fair, olared the *oool open for business. Acres, but Wll Begin With Fifteen
Governor--everal Cities Have Dem- eI there is a obasue flom the preaet and Ohances are Qood That W We ill An intere g exhibition of fanoy Crops, to be Increased in Judgment
ocratic Mayor. system of plantllg a sal eop of eot. be Awarded Prize. song was given by the raveling of Operators..
ton and depend on their children who gent of the Western Cartridgt Co(rn.
dpeelaltoThe OsnervIle Su: ought to bt in beool to pick it, we The regular monthly meeting of the pany, on Thursday forenoon. Another hi naval ,torcs nanuifae.
New York, Nov. 8.-The latest re. will in a few yearn tair out the larglet Board of County OmIaleionere **w Mrs .. M. King has turned from tilring estabhlshmtent his I,,'.,n started
ras auhel the election of MeOlellan crop of ignorant ebildren that any held Tuesday. Ohalr ie John (. Dam- her annual visit North. in thls county. The farm ti isiteiipt
ale rwih a plurality of 8.500. The country ean be aroed with. Look at pier asd Commlem lPedrek. Among the visitor in inii diriii at 'rtI Park. anl the prioniiit. re ar
leadlf Hearst are making threats the present average of the country Osteen, Paullinogasa Townsend being the past week were H. O(rimnti of Jak \W Il PIhifer of thi city udl .s. F.
f a oateos. The official figure u schools today, and then ask the cause. prMelst. oille and A. L. MoRse aid Miss Vaitr of (irvtr ark. The fHri will
*re the election of Jerome for die- The answer Is Ithe we ean't hire oat. There was a grOat deal of important Bessi Mel hta of Evlnston. be> knuowon as I'hlfer A Walts
trn attorney by a narrow margin. ton pickers sad oar children will have busi ess transaete4 Iat tb meeting, a D)r P' 1) Hicks of Waldo is to towo W'hilel the firm has soured several
to stay out of Sohool to pick the ot-. full report of which will be Laken from on proferiontal business. thointiiitildir i of fine round timber,
New York State. ton. The remul will be asu saSed the minute book as ons as same is re- Miss Nettle Huffman was haptisd op* r'tioin will began with only fifteen
Beafoe, Nov. 8.-J. N. Adams, Dem. above. Owing to the financial eondi. corded. at the root I(f Randd street on Thurir. ierlt, or I5,t [) lboxre. which alone
Sera was elected mayor by 9,000 me- tion of our county our schools have Among the most important besines day fortenoon by Revt. It. It. ,Moorsely, b'init virltin tiebr, will make a big
olty. had this year shorter terms, bot by was theawarding of additional $260. a a memAnihr of the Baptist church. yie ldl rom time I1 time ihy pro-
Albany, Nov. 8.-Chas. H. (eanes Re- enactment of the last Legislature sot making a total of $n0 Ior ase ina mak. A branch of the Epworth I.eagite puio* to iimreastle the nuilier of rope.
public, elected mayor for third term rural school that makes an average of lg a display at the Slae Fair. Vice- was organized hero e unday **viini g lloth gintlntueni are fiul of atmbition
by 6,000 majority. 80 per cent eat get two months more. President Burls, representing the with the following olticers: Mrs aI' l eIner., anld lhi rt, is ample capital
Ask why the schools are not availing Florida Mid.Winter 8 ate Fair ARso. J. Bislrunk, president; MiM May tlar. .hirid lthe uiornrrn to make a big
imstois. themselves of that most liberal offer elation, and Manager of Exhibits netn, aviopresldent; MMiss 1 hi a tlnniarl .slcnmes iIn ts opl-periati artd
Chicago, Nov. 8-The Republicans The answer is "too mueh cotton." Tenoh of the Albase County Fair As. lio, secretary; Miss Cora Lyon., o or. yield Mr VWail will be tile m111.
Ileted foor judges of the supreme The Santa Fe public school is getting *oestiou, appeared before the board reposoding se*retarry; Mss L. Jack. mer.
ieurt and entire ticket, except one along nicely under the able and most and stated that all aratemfnte were son, treasurer The first aeetin wll REMAINS TO BE HELD.
amoeras for tniLary trustee. Pffrient management of Prof. J ,R. completed, and tbast Ivearloadeof ex. be held on the nrl ridilau y In Nov.m.
Durrance as priuelpal and Miss0 (lor. hibits had been olleeted and would be ber. Ho far 16 inleilrs are ru rolled. These Are Instructions From North
Ohio. gi Martin a assistant. While the transported to Tampa. to show what On Friday evening, Navemberr .rdl, Concerning Dr. Souton's Body.
OCilinnati, Nov 8 -Dempsey, Dem. school is in perfect harmony, its a. Indoeements Alashoa county offered MiL Flora Morris entertained uite a .\ lelgram of instruction in regard
em, i elected mayor and State will tendance i not as good a deired, to the bomaeeo ker In agriculture. hor. numtbr of her friends at oards, th* to the r.males of Dr (heu 1 Bo. too
oedoubto leet Paslon, Democrat, for owing to the same old story of ftoo eialtur., mMnufastuy n and mining. principal game iwing the new way to of (Uontieiegut, who died In this eity
governor by small majority mech cotton to gather. An additional appropriation of $20 play ".set.bak ltislng fudge was Monday, has been ceived from J. U.
orr ,l mo .R. H. Holetein, thl bse watermelon wa asked sad redly granted, as the also another interesting feature. Mtis Hyatt. I' N. U of "Our Brothers"
Pennslvana. grower of this seetloo, is expecting to eommnlkOners appreelatd the work of Flora certainly understands the artn iAdgw. |. 4 ) F Nurwalk, Cone.
Tiadoelphil Novw 8 -The Repob. move to Hanue soon, where he has Mana er Taeh io maknl the oollole when it comes to entertaining her rhe telegram request that the body
las ridogha be, rooted by the re. rented a lar body of land. He wll tion, and appreited also the t reLt frieodo. It was vouehrd for by all hi held, and that a r preetatIve
mle The ticket bs elected by plane t larly I melon. odortlsimems ad beaset Lhih might that the evening was more than en from that lodge would be sua here
W.d- -be derived from 1l exhibit. Joyed. At a late hour mU bode her immedsely. As bee been istie
*iW. WOm. U. Borl Ieted S tates OOUNTY I.OiNSU A large mates o1 bills for varlou Igod niht, re uralng home with she fore, Dr. Bouton. who has been a vea
amen.er. ar We.rial e ab ...yr eeTtprpmoe W read f Am ernoset, bpp thoughts inliaS in Ihl' Ular winter vsitorl Ilo Florlda for Ne
Sof Phladelphia is redeemed. Tbhe Oollctor Dicimee Sayg They Are pod ordered pd,. Oftibhis amoatenl leds tbat saother pleanut ere1 1a oral years, was a man of eonsiderable
dOe ezlcatemel 4prevailed all day. comin n low. eoNoeoideble appropriation was for had be n spent at Miss Flora's home. wealth, a life assurance policy for
a a n minte ase a 0eme ran Notwitheanding that te time lx- road work. The ylong people of Metlrm I ntge- I*s$0and othtr valuable paper ha.
d ended by the Independe.M and pired for the Imulag of belnee tax, t Al having a pleni as Krl.ton "o *ml hewn found upon his Iproui at the
eom. -----w or more ommunly known as liceeePHo Thanksgving Day. golag over on the' time of hil death
Indiana. for dotag buklaess, os Otober I for The New York Racket WIN Offer Five steamer Alert s she goes to Waldo
ladlamtpolls, Nov. 8.-The Demo- the eurret year, Oolleetor Ditklsoo oy *f a tne. sd eming bsek on her retura trip OCOOM OF A MONTH SUCIDrOS
i" wie ia ~30 eolke in the 8iate. eomplais tt they ~ a belag taken A ill be If our pieole mastriallwe OCpt. Weeks
Smeelpalities have beeo carried p ver slowly. A large per eataegof A wl be noset by the page adve r-wll l rand frIe pussae t ha host of Dead Man Reelved Letter Threate
Z*rmtheI Repoblie. bosinee eooeerns as the *cooaty, ma tiemaeat l t blw inee of Tihe Sn, Phi. Ioung friends. Ing Hie Life.
t sidoe olf Reme d and Terr of which aoh s I ted In G(meseite, for Broe, New York leekat, wll inau. s rnesl Earl Weeks ha been visiting Vilsnna, a, Nov. 8 It ward Owea.
btooe elit Demora e mayoran. ar" *OeUti io withos the lthee as sratoA big i vera m'I, ra sia I bmtober, Oapter a s A. WA. Wek. fora reIdlng near illy, hil. ,mnty., uolad.
Seect required r by low. Wednd, o I and darinl whieh few dlse. Hre itun horm Toe day el In ted at bh.a h,..o. by esot
K The law reqelre thai every besides head"'6~eld o bar s ofl ar value Itsielf through The n.ar' lle bad
Keucky or or Ilrm traslselng booioess of ay willbooffed. Tbatewboebr asre so WILL MAKE NO EXHIBIT. been married uoe monr ,t a a"r.
Iaeltille, Nov. 8-T1hIs eity will kind is the ooty are sbject eo lthis aoumo th" r the artle refer- --r The 4eed was** .lvie.n premel
meaDemoerstle mayor and the Leg, tax, whiek ball be Nsued os Otober *eMNe mes( be made to eadvertie Dutton & Go. WIN Have No Display at Sated ano d.tilerat. nTIM failly
asofr will be Demoseate. le of ea year. The law ee a m .- m a. Orat State air. were ot in i* ,rooI at the time but
Spole the eolletor to mure from *oeh A new featere of this gIret sale will Hoe. Walter Robinmos, manager bIerIas th. report of tuo pistol, his
Newn firem the samoan of te Ilens doe. be a smetelo, whab will begin as 11 of the eott departreoat of II r. Dot. wile ran In anel throw a turl of we
Oale Ltbor Candidaste Eufee ColJetor DisimoL etame tu s inW. e'lock sharp on the morniag of Ibe sonm A O., esad Wedneeday that, af. tar uo hlur to, e'ch 'e o Ar whih
hets wa *Itsed mayor of Sn mek o a the fall term of the imail I b A e**ber o fe pitotumre ad a ter doe e-emtdeates. hits had do. ws* burinarg his c.lthi ng e Joee
eabise, Cal. sort will eonern e ia this e iy te small lineof dry oode will go at o* ided to makhea oeohbt of Ie laed ed was a usl .r of me of the mu
Gmerw Georg Ulter. Repub eoialg week. ad he mset make re ties to the hghe bidder. itM g Fshesate w air, foa, ths ro". prominent rfatmilt of IsUl)y olUaty
s, 1 elected to Rhode Iolad. Re*- tar to the Igrd Jary of all persons Rd time adwvew eeme, for is will sSn iha eWxhit fwIn ti flrm and *,o*n hlgh
iib ns ate la t e latIlatear. er Orm delag si 1 ta She eaty pro a mooeycver mighO mm estas tim, grower who It I, stated hatuA n|" W hel u"p a
NIe Aey -he gem Rep l las witot a Ilmosee. heea asts ea- e. d l the srua. lI rj Pi'tlt'"' l Ieh *oed *eo
t he m ohe, nd the hops r dto settNlement e* these ddlqe.o. SUOKMAN BSILL IN COUNRT. "Whie W ery l to rmInc The moraeo las ** su aded he
diate Us. so albiu 1 lang tal re dnk kinn b? the roeri, wesad ne a wgo
Semeat tm os- ed United State w ith he waraisM tha if their ame of W s. Peek Allowed l e e bi w ha d *ple" re llM b te at s aa
eter J. P. Dryden 1 017W an e g ies relpers t rey am0 a b.M Qa qe e o ed Mr d blrowe.' W dly M feel m e e. r t
-_o AL --* rlmdl-AL--- m Uk meanae A sPec I Tall.eeA u4dor f i rao Sd & aor1 h
V7 81. es7ly & g11 d 0 e osfy. beaat lute. Te t t ea dmai , flme osa ela' t
. t.a1 u... ... -h Q at Iearted l II t. 1 dated l l.m r t, I gr te 'klo will be revel rln al 0 ( 1,,m, Te.,j ,, t4. ,,M4 9
lohe a uy 1-. a the metee of the w a ill r be e- display a r the Par i* le bu n1 r a 'e
S h Ol Irwb er volred. li e of We S e i Io a a.rrnmgemW he bees mae to oper.
r, tas 01 the Atasrec 4r4r es m l. aTm.aee gn as t p e grueads
MTsrd -iin ,,egei 1 Watde. bertn qee warrns o. d A -- -d Wemei's Oeet .a MyeIry.
baI l. Us>i. i sZ The w C plety agrSte she alale members the har of Cor A OUMAOU OFER. Nwbt xme w a a.ru! em 0e
4 iit as lms t Ueposs d* .ie Ww. as 11 **lteai tel a *aw by what astritp they -- Er, ^set"as *ns *-s, et
__ _-^ T set as Thee in mlealog. e Jeb elmas **w**0* thI flah as *oels of meek Mo*m*e*d v6* Aeete*Ws*s r I- *a sad Ki Lels Oes web ate selems bea. The --t i madS g e s a Usee Prepesies. ) Osmr Ibsier w tf at vw t ee
t h l of t, aease ,, s e O I bi ee e as the opers heiine. as Mrs Todd *i a h ey sthea te p be
Nae *0 ps ga ' ~ __ Theledoy slbS I-ceehe Ibm re m lor ** e A dlss*****n*
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as --Th deN __ w- b ot i abe "suw rey MIt soo -i" s an" m"me SIMefoa is
T4106 3bw &-4" som m 4v, V. opom. 00 ftwb a* so""' on
W. -. m"- "W a, sow v bnbaa ml so"" "t on be 06e bow P__N
woomw Uft Amou as* 0" ow st Peo"I = f
late-am Goo se. isow so 0 mebout tmm 4151 we 644 "Only 40 fol
amm~ft o& e mmsom So" u boe8d ON 0 bloomtaso be -.wo
d %sl eo gu8a o4 1 1 1 1 1 s h aS Me. kg 4 # M he -~ -b k W do
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Arrestd Prisoaw Pr Whom Was
Offerd $150 Reward.



Knew Negro by Description, Found
Himn on Ralroad Train, Advanced
and Olled Him by Name-A Clever
pee o# Work Which Ended Well.
SCOoostable Arch Z-trouer of Ro-
llek beloop the credit of appre-
W(laI and arr, stlug utie of the mu at
l'o ous rlminals known to the
'OrBia authorities In recent year,
Wldl the exception of the Rawiiogs of
Ooostable Zetrouer, who is always on
the alert in hi afficiall capacity, re-
ceived a circular a few days ago lo-
strouting him to watch out for Tom
Kelley, wanted in Camden county.
Oa., upon a charge of whipping 1tis
child, a small boy, so severely until he
died. The charge was murder, and
the authorities of Oamden county
were so wrought up over the matter
that a reward of $100 wa offered Iby
She State and 160 eash by indignaut
Stiisons of the community.
Upon entering the train saturday
CoPatable Zetrouer saw the man de-
s:rlbed by the circular, and reaog.
alsed him at once. He was scutious,
however, as he relied that it would
o' t be prudent to work the esheme in
a reeklese manner. After a moment's
hesltatlon, when he had collectd his
. thoughts sad remembered the name,
he approsohed his man.
"Hello, Kelley i what are you doing
away down here?" remarked the of-
"Boes, you sho' Is right 'bout dl
name, but I dnen' b'llve I quite
howayer," replied the negro.
"You don't know me?" said the eon.
stable. "Why, that as strange. Don't
you remember me up In Camden ooun.
i y, when I used to bring watermelons
o to wn?"
"I sho' do now," replied the darkey,
S wiha chuckle, bht about that time
S OoaNtable Zattouer clasped a pair of
had, b aod on the man and took him
S Ito ea0stody.
S The autborites of Camden county
were notiflod, &ad Monday Deputy
h l Bailey arrived and took eharne
Sf the prio6aer, paylng the W re.
.arl-. In the event that Kelley Is
e aoviteted he will receive also the $100
s ered by the 8tate.
Manager Voyle of Alachua Abstract
G Co. Enjoying Fine Business


In any number of stores
you'll see various preparan
tions of cod liver oil at as
many different prices. Youll
wonder, perhaps, why Scott's
Emulsion costs more than
some other kind in as large
a bottle. Hearing only one
side of the question you may
be led into buying the "just
as good as Scott's" at the
lower price, That's false
economy. Scott's Emulsion
costs more because its more
expensive to make. Every
ingredient is tested and guar-
anteed of the purest quality.
No adulteration, no shaving
of quality. There's no econ-
omy in bargain medicine. If
you can afford to experiment
with your health, substitutes
may satisfy you. We take it,
however, that you want a
pure preparation, a reliable
remedy and something that's
going to help you. That's
what you get in Scott's
Emulsion. Thirty years the

SCOTT & AoWN9, 469 fefrt St., New verk.

Was Laid to Rest Sunday Afternoon.
Many Friends Present.
Jhe funeral of the late Mrs. Kite B.
young, the sad death of whom oe.
corrvd in Savannah last Friday, was
held from the First .Presbyterian
Oboroh an this eity at 8:15 o'elook 8un.
day afternoon, the interqnt being in
vergren eemosery.
Is was originally intended to hold
services immediately after the arrival
of the train from Savannah at 1:45
o'elosk in the afternoon, hot connec-
tion was not made at Rochelle, and the
train was late.
The ervrlces wre eondutated by Rev.
Thor. P. Hay, aad were largely attend
ed by friends of the deceased who had
gathered to py their les respects to
their departed friend. A number ac-
AumanaedIhe mai *na te e nI l.

An QO Pelowand Kni(t Tam*
1A 'Itr PaSes Away.
Dr. dalii B. Booon, aged opwards
of 8) ylo died at 8 p. m. yesterday
at te Odd allows' 8 Starium in thib
eity, afser s hort illnuee.
Dr. sloon came here from Coon
neotieut a few weeks ao, *ad was
oblied to seek other quarter until
the laottarlom opeiol for guest No-
vember 1. He sfered a etroke of
peralys soon after, ad was oneo.-
soloas u l the en anme, Dr. Bou-
ton had spent s* winters here, and
was eonoled to hisroom maes of the
tle. He was u ammbor of the OJd
Fellow. Lodge at Westport, Coon.,
and wuasmu Kn lht Templar in
New Haves, Coon. i 1152.
He was a man of oonsiderable
main, Wd amnnl his papers on bis
peusnoa w an insuraro polley la the
Now York Mutual Life and papers
to hbow that he was the pusoeseor of
eooeiderable wealth. His lode has
bees notified of his deatb and a to
what disposition will be made of the
remains. It is not known where his
relatives rede.
Man's Unreasonableneus
Is often a Ireat as woman's. But
Thou. 8. Austin, manager of The Re-
publuca of Leavenswort, Iod., was
not unreonaoble, when be refused to
allow the doctors to operate on his
wife for female trouble. "'hatead," be
ays, "we oonoloded to try Electric
Bitters. My wife was then so sick she
could haly leave her bbed, and five (t)
physeilans had failed to relieve her.
After taking Electric Bitters she was
perfectly eared, and ean now perform
all her household doutlr." Guaran-
teed by all droggists. Priee 50c.
Mrs. Soulware and J. B. Hutchinson
Were Wedded at Hawthorn.
A telegram to The Floida Times-
Union from Hawthorn, under date of
November Ith, ays:
"Mrs. Boolware, mother of Frank
hitter, was married today to J. B.
Hutehiason of OGinesville. The bride
lean etlimable lady of 63 and the
groom a eatleman of 68. The marri-
age eeremooy was held at the residence
of Frank Bitter, son of the bride.
"The happy couple left Immediately
after the ceremony for their home in
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley A Co., Chicago, originated

W.u... .II rIUInII ,. ... U. -- Honey and Tarsa a throat and lung
tery. remdyand on aoons of the groat
The floral decorations were number. emdy d on n of the re
ons and fragrt. Deceased lived for merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
many years In aeville, and her and Tar many imitations are offered
friendly years irousof expreain Il for the genuine. These worthless imi-
friends were desirous of expresing itv
this tender manner their alfetion. nations have similar soeding ime.
SHeweimr of them. Tbo ue line To-
To the bereaved relatives The sun, B 1 wAvr f A 'ndh. Te in a ellno
*amlH W,-ndr Tr ip -i n *elow

"You may say that real estate is with other friend,, extends sympathy.
lively," remarked Manager K. Voyle -
of the Abstraet and Realty Company Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
to a reporter Monday, when asked Contain Mercury,
about the state of the market "The As mercury will surely destroy the
demand is really not impulsive, but is sense of smell and completely derange
good aad teedy, and If a fellow has a the whole system when entering it
plece of land and wants ti Ise he had through thbetucous surface. Such ar.
betternot oler an eatra lose prle if he tioaes should never be used except on
doea not wan tosell, for lie will find a prescriptions from reputable physei.
buyer mighty quick. There is plenty iane, as the damage they will do is toe
of money llng 1e for purche of fold to the good ou can posibl de-
of moneyd dlaynle f rel e rcate ma y h frve from them. Haill's Catarrb Cure,
land, ad desirable real estate may t i manufactured by F. J. Oheney & Co.
sold immediately upon plaein the Toledo. 0., conauns no mercury, and
propery on the market." is taken internally, aielng directly
Mr. Votye etlrre thit drsi-rble pon the blood and mueous surfalee of
Mr. Vyl tae that the stein In buyieg Hill's Catarrh
houoe are In demsad at sood ratal Cure be sur.e ou gt the genuine. It
rate*. "It Is almost Imposieble. with is taken internally and made ia Tole-
the Inndu of people to (laneeville, to do, Ohio. by F. J. (hney A& (0 Tas-
seure a deeirabl house at any Ig. timonals free
ure," he said. "and the fellow who d .
gete a doenta hou at anywhere near Take tiall's Family Pills for consti-
a reasonable priew s in bi luck." pation.
SA Heavy Train.
Neurelgia Pains.
a, I a n.The ~tn contained a notice several
Rheumatism, lumhago and sciatic weeks aothat probably the heaviest
paino yield to thg ve tra tlng lu.s- trala ever brought into (ilaneeviil
eaiefof HallarS t.ow Liniment. It was one whblh fae over the t1aboard
Peastrates to the ntcrvte atld Iwos. Karly Blrd, coeatinlal 8fty-two ears;
and beling abeortod Int the, blood ls hbut this regnrd hb been beatee, as the
heallag properties arreconen d to e. ,Irly Hlrd Moaday was a worker. "
Cry part of the tody. and rfet some e mp d n.ytwo ca
wonderful cure. -tp, ndll I Soi gt'p oe d sevny-two ears
by W. M. Johnson and tdsbw,. When the easgioe were
standing at the depot the end of the
Card Of Thanks i trla estrethed aeros Alachuaaveemoo
Ss lsaineeville. whbh it fully a mile
To the many friends whI *er so from the etattos.

aympathet(e In our late bawrrrarmnut
weoeproee our heartfelt thanks Tubri
&eOed of kndmuoe will ever it remeln.
Ma. J C lIIth AU Pfln DuorX

AsL.. *le the nr 1 po fear IBek-
Ji aiJlmblitv. Is card my lertefl
gm-as rhih n1 had ekowed
Ir-a la a _rvlow eater
a a i ad1 -easL Ouam-
. MI&

Is retired a doublee header" to
ha ndl this raia.a the ea* wre all
Sluggish Lver a Fe to Amblteio.
You cannot coImplish very moee
it your liver te aietlve. as pe febl
dull. your eyr are heavy sad sIigh
exertiosa *ha&T" ye. 1tom Laia.
tive Frui(t syp stlalatOes the tw e
mad bowna I d i makasV yoe *l sbaS
ad astve. Osraw Lalvse 1mitl
By rep do ee t e asmesP or orlp a-d
wry plaoe i to aee Osle rmo
u eee meahaitaaes. J. w. ,
oalloam A P.

*Tny ja vu M *- a
package. Atk for it and refuse any
subesitute It is the best remedy for
coughe and colds. J. W. teOollom
A Co. _________
Is Now Nearly All Wiped Out of New
Orteans and Pensacola.
Penseola, Nov. 6 -No new eases, no
deaths, is the report here up to aoom
Today. Nineteen are still under treat-
ment, and all of them are said to be
doing nicely.
At New Orleans.
New Orleans. Nov. e.-There is not a
new eae of yellow ferer in this oit
today and only oe en e was reported
Sylestrday. wish one dsth. There are
only fiv eases under tremtmeat.
No Case of Pneumonie on Record.
We do not know of a single instance

where a eoulch o! "M resulted in
pnoeeeala or comemption whom FIo
ley'a Haey and Tar had bee taken.
It eree seeoM he ad eoMl perftlee
so do 0ot take ebhaOes with some u-
k*ows preparatelo whih may eot@ ai
opates, whieh euose eaetmatio. a
eomdiUom tiat reard u0w3ry from
aoed. A for "f0e't Hoan and
Tar and rwens e a l -a oferfed.
J. W. MOtlur o.



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SMeeting Held at the Soap, intent and Pills
o t Hoe Tm.y Night. the World's Greatest


little Organized by the Election
SO or Liberal Off by th PRICE THE SET $1
TweiUeth Century Club Sustained.
AnI nthuslastic Meeting.
peranee to call, a large number l r fl Pfor Every
reprlsentative eltisene, ladies and iuirrin
t ., me t athe ur hoose to Siaola.
today evening for the purpose of or.
Islig a public library assoelation. The agonizing itching and burning
The meeting wa called to order by of the skin, as It ecsema ; the frightful
Prof. W. N. Sheatl, who explained its calling, as in poorisis; the loss of
purpose, Rev. ThosV Hay was pres- hair and crusting of the scalp, as in
ent,Andin behalf of the Twentieth called hebd;the facial disgurement,
Cetud tt te clu, as in pimples and ringworm; the
(otasry Olob etated thai the club, awful suffering of infants and the
whieh hba been maintaining a club li- anxiety of worn-out parents, as in
brary, was willing to donate to the milk crust, tetter, and salt rheum, all
v*ture, in order to ssmiit in the demand a remedy of almost super.
human virtues to successfully cope
orMgaaationof a public libraay, il withthem. That Cticura Soap. Oint-
eomplete library, comprising between meant, and Pilla are such stands proven
30 so 400 volumes of choice literature, beyond all doubt. No statement is
ITh olee wll accepted, and the made regarding them that is not justi-
fied byt e strongest evidence. The
meetl proceeded to organie a public purity and sweetness, the power to
library society by election the follow, afford immediate relief, the certainty
ag ofeers: President, Prof. Tom F. of speedy and permanent cure, the ab-
loBeath ; vlce-president, Rev. Thoe. solute safety and great economy, have
made them the standard skin cures
P. Hay, Rev. 8. B. Rogers and Mrs. W. and humour remedies of the civilized
b, Taylor; secretary and treasurer, world.
Mis. Gertrode Cushman. The offleers The grandest testimoniAl that can
wl! also eonstitute an executive corn be ored the Cuticura remedies is
ittee d were requeed o ak their word-wide e, du to the per-
milt., and were requested to take ~oual recommendations of those whe
teps as soon as possible towards the have dsed them. From a small begin.
aesring of a location and the opening ning in the simplest form, against
r gof thlibrart. prejudice and opposition, against
f the library. monied hosts, countless rivals, and
A memberhip committee was ap' trade indifference, Cuticura remedies
pIinted as follows: Miss Alice Nich. have become the greatest curatives of
ols, Mn. J. B. Padgett, Miss L.uille their time, and, in fact, of all time,
Oolelough, MUr. W. M. Dale and Prof. for nowhere in the history of medicine
W. N. Sb s. is to be found another approaching
"*W. N* SBe1. them in popularity and sale. In every
The meeting was attended with o)n- clime and with every people they have
lderable enthoulasm. ar.d there is no met with the same reception. The
"doubt but that in a Ithrt time Gaints. confines of the earth are the only
Limits to their growth. They have
itlle may bout of ta flrt-ola, upl-to- conquered the world.
date library. s11a4 o he Wu O8a0ei n roa. t va. .m
i- furDi e a l ts 4 eed PillM fMe. pr vie l wet ),
Constipation. .. o rru.B 4 t a .. V ,r acm.-
Health Is absolutely impossible if 5r@sI O "A 1Ie e.. iceis."
uastipation be present. Many serious - --'---. ...
eses of liver and kidney complaint AT:T;TE OPERA HOUSE.
ieIvwproag from neglected constipa.
ies. eekh a deplorable condition is Several Fine Attractions Have Been
There is a eure for I*. Secured for Season of 1906-6.
loae will spedily remedy matters. The theatrleal eason will open late
A. LIadsay, P. M., Bronson. Fla., tbis year. bot Manager Laytou. of the
lte, Feb. 12, 190i: havingn used opera house, ha eraied a great desl
bme, I ad it a fanea medleine for of oare in seleetieg a pruoram which
tiptsio."0e a bottle.bold by will be pleasing and enlightening to
o. Johnson.
... theater-goern or his eity.
Meeting School Board. The wea,) will open on the O1th
The regular monthly meeting of the inet. when Earl Ward Pearce will de.
Bard Pf Publi lntruetion was held liverone of his famous Ieetures. Mr.
T lTeday, a full board being present. Pearoe s regarded s one of the bee
Treve was nothing of unusual interest and mns impreaiv. speakers n the
Mumepriag. only the regular routine Amerlean platform, and those who
weLk oming before tbe board. take advanaige of this ieturre are
1 The board took occasion to enmpll. found to be peliead an, insiructed o"e
Iaeat Baperiatedent Dr. J. L. Kelly whatever subject he may eleet.
r the eSeelleat diplay In *doationsl The following dates have been flled
wok whleh he will have as the State for thb se"aon:
Ih', uld sated that they felt sure the Noe. 17h, Lou Kalb-Fields' Min.
ieilst would be gratiftlag. Nltrl.
The bard ieomprieed of Hone R. ov. 2th. Flt-Webber C(Jmany in
X. Weka, Balthemo ehairmea T. A. "A Brerwy Time "
D1he 1f trao Feafd W. J. MarU cf D.e lath, Barlow's Famous Mio.
Omie, with Dr. Kelley as eeretary. ,sreis.
DtA Dianarou m Dc 19 and 30, The Wills Masiral
SComedy Company. This company is
It Ie a dismtrols aalray when you one of the finest comedy mUnrtel a-.
ml le g health, beesone ladigttio gIreatioln o the rood, aed will only
Yi i-. liisbr hve spped is asea, make hree podtte ia Fiorid-Jsek-
iktlr o haI Id a Dr. Kias oeTvill. saineevllke and Tampa. They
L4 l. Ty )ba 1 yot mplaM be meem t Ined Io melatl eaer

Iet all doies easM i se. Dee. led, Bla k PatI Troubadoo s.
.. ..- Jau. 15h sad 1We1, Jles Foreme
l Mineral Comedy Comeny.
LJam 17th.
Ver. 1ti, 3. C. Lewis Onepea ti

hi lthe lies r as boehed, be
mas--.r, t*y* e*pevue eeral n

A tolehonme slam Sendg mem-ag -
as T e'*Le srnman ed se deprs n
was Ua.as.. esmeshoes. ...a mM

ham,, else. Ue S lew km
TI VasaWINS bow hsm ts na shdoessy owurn
IBMan*r. ad se Io Is as bkrnso

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hIl laot report .
l:eteired from Comptroller, r,.
(elllptmion .

Keeeivor d from Collector, tax
Krfdiveid from C('ollector, (c11a
KHrcived from Collector, >pe.
cial 3 mills
Rlecive tl from Wielngls, Cl.Crk.
tatray .....
lke'eivted from Kelley, Siit ,
SX11IllillstionI ftiee .......

LIes warruittt chance fed.

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$54S4 2!

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$J115 1? 4

White Teachers
Santa Fe No. 25, W. B. Bell $IJ o;
Jeniiis Lak lfke No. 1t, Linniii Kelluim
$:3c; Jaxville No. 6U, L. A \likell *Ik);
I:Arram No. 83. Agnes Z,'trouer $3'>;
Iliand iGrovw No. I,. J. C Adkiini $7:.
Frilnile Mizelle, $86; 8Uwannee No 19.
ithel Watkins 140; Wind-or No 4.T.
Mary E Hailey $40; Half \lHon No. 56,
Dlouia Ford $30; Orover N., 57, Aie.-
(Ouynn C0); Evinston N. 62., Vallie
(raoe $80; Willeford N, hN, Mary
Hague $36; Perreveranoe \,N. 13, F',lr.
esee Moody $86.
Negro Teachers.
Freedom No. 8. Amy havrs $20; New.
naneville No. 14, William Mladirsn $J);
(ireene No. &), H . \Vlliams$j);
llalue No. 81, R D MoLn 20; Jor-.
saletn No. 82, J. Wilson s.'; 'acnime
No 88, J. C. Jones $20;: Hlif Moonl No.
43. W A. Rochelle $); Whittakrr No
465, 'shel Williams $1:,; Mieauupy
No. 121. L. A. Arteon $0.
II H. MeCreary, printing. 8186o;
The H & W. B. IDrsw Co., Hpretal L)i*-
triet books, $44 M; J. (' alls 8e' ial
Distriet, $8 60; W. H. koberon,, saun.
miseions. $2642; E. I. Cuthirmen. rx.
amlnation form,, $lu1i; A. L Vita
Co offee, 1281); II H fileCreary.
publishng report., $4 50; M I1 I).
Iland, elamiactions, Sk ; Sereni i Shan
non. ePamiuations. $; W. F: Hll,
gradirng committee. 910; Mrs ( C
Powell, grad4lo owmmtise., Sle, T F.
MeBeaih, grading eommitee. $10 J
1,. Kelley, oelee incidentals. $1366;
J L Kelley, alary, UXL(10 (K s. lram.
lilg. for Ho. 47. J olliis. lfr
No 8, $80i; J. T itolee, for No. t,.
$4; B. V. Willamis, for No. 16, 1.,; 4;
C Marri for No. 4. 4 $7.$) W. II HRo.
Ortain. eoammiaesemi it4 ; J W
Teeh. edueasioaal exhibit, $40; W J
Martin. mlage nad per di4m. $19 1.
8 J Thleooe Co., for No. 87. 86 7o.
RecaptulatnM. I
White t eshrer $ 4h"7 5
Nero teeher .lI 0D ia
iio4r*oIe 7 "377

Total .iri 27
R. S. WBAKOaCh'n. Md. Pab. met.
Atteg: J L. Kxurv. ftb.sad C pt.
"Coneepsio twoi@e Ws sertfamily.
Oad bmosch it I Wl& of member,"
wrtts C S. 164 of1 Ermmy. Me.
'Ofee so pusago eyears. heuser. o
We rligbo o sip el a eseaC or @*dl, I
be" tsb Dv. DIEr. s Wlex Dlboweeg
for w Iwb hu "Wod w(rr~
iou Ib eog tslobkLs N flmeb.
oes des* 6rna m $0fnr.U1..
bo be ammed hUp" weeursm
N* belos~eIad. &Ad to sm 14,
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Mothers S' would Watch the Deulopment of Their Daughters-
Intaiesling Experiences of Misses Borman and Mills.

Every ineothesr jxw-A-.rm information a.h-t, and am I have hennri t hnt vits rAn Ira
wh it'li Is of vitul iiiteiv.iot it) 4er )y.uig holietul Altik t4' irM II ilC'Ikiti
d aihtIr. w rtilIc"C)'-MyrttiC MUilkt sqUa% Lot, Ill.
L~tv~r Mm Illikhatu -- (t4-q4kd Lette.)
'I'oo often thiit Is nerer iilnblitt,1 ror N It ils wiLh tho t filitil o uof ite vt Kratathist
1iwitdst'lt untl a rhriout hharml Iv result- thAt I writt oto yvu stotll ypu what your
ed tuotihe gmving girl thiuse'uigl her valhimbeluoltlmeIIni h hw dona for nme W 6011
truormee it' n of natuirt uilvstdriuus sad III' o You In risrgni to uy uusiatlonu I had
wondlu'rfuil I aws suit iialties 'L taulitt'l vsreverlt-to2 1but they fNIl11 to
Wulil'Slltutld Ily MatsAsnd I did not rovve
(uris' svwtr-aeflaitivt'i~enebRanti tIflotOty ay I imellit from thtowr tU%%aunpr. 1 ollowo4
often put.dl. their mothers stil llbftt ibt vlr *ilvltd, k I lyst barn'.
phkvlain%. an they so oflte withhold V't-oltali''IIIitiHI an t ams Inow hisalby
their c"mitllelnce from their tmot 1) rts am%%Al, anit all tho iitnfltreing oavnpkon9
and coiscni ~ 112 Itile npt4)m' oh & ,ougt which I Iiol at that tine. hai*t LTpovareut."e.
to be totl to thoir phyaiciau at. Myrile MWlN,, thjuawka, Ill.
ortleanl perioxi. klix attili Jluriiian writes Mrs.
When a girl's thtoughtA o'o11n 1 wPI1itItain as follows I
gixh. withi Iiutinullie. tliz.llzine- oir a thl4 l)1"' re. Inkharn:-
w*~ftrtion to hivep.p~ Isaini t l bar~k or lrr I.r irr' taking ;Lydia X tPInkholin's lot$
1iuwition. tl dim, denir for Iultl'rr taI ,C' uI"ound miy anomsbl" were Irregoe
Imbue, 've~ dn, de~r. foreel ltwide': it asl .4ifsgitti, anillI always hasi eAA-
when alit, i i itu'vorv 1(to htr'ual n irrd uiawlt(ll beosu1ai'bo
frielnlds, her inetheer chiou lul ons' ti iher BIt ot unse taking the ('wonpsun-l my has&
aid, and ra-i nhe I linr t hat ly(II'iU 1i lilt acb' Iwt~v entirely 1It itip my macpith a. are
iam's in 'jc'ttaieIjp ceblik)und will at rt"',lir, slul 1al g tlll ulrmtaw9Il we-ll. I
this time ps'riart' e thosiottro for tho 0 in te llt4iti& glrr t esrIwetLydia S.
oominlr'itatge, and Attart 'thois umat st i itl Pinktho oll' ..uptas S III se mitef
perIot in a youtig girl's life wttliuuta.- h aom, Van atejat, low*.
pain or irr'gualakritlI. t van kunilow of stir yonggirl who
0 k i,4 still ustools tutiherly advive, ask
Hundrolitof letters from young girls her to aulsrcea sMrs. rlakhain at 1.ynu.
and frow niotherm. eXPret'st hleiur MoIto, anti Wit her every detail of her
gratltutds for what LallI5 KC. I'Iakham's ptnmu. anti to kie'rnothing baok.
Vegetable (empnosto Isa.d stuns iN=Vlmltlltt M4l, will r" Lva adiviule l abasrnty Iree,
for thrn, hlaveW bcon recieoyd by the frnon a source that ban ano rival in the
Lydia R. PIlkbaut Medicine W., at a tp elesttc of outimn ll siu itwill, It1
Lyrrnn Mcii followed. putt her cIfl the right fliul 1to a
Wias Miliq ha. written the two fill. string, boa Ilthy and happy womanhood.
lowlang letters to Mrs. l'Inkhana, whlch Lydia I9. l'"nkhaom's Vegetable Come
will Ie read with Interest: potio hoisad the rormml foe the gnatool
Dear Umr Inkham :- (Irvgl ) tta number of aures o dfenmalp Ills aof ay
laIa but liftewsrearnatop, mrn4soprol, ewdicine that the world he@ ova
have d iny 4W IN okulao badsoo sell 'k known. Whydookyoutr'yIt?
LYiaE.r flaau's Vgtal CCrnmd fasSik Wma V

WILL MOVE TODAY. Attract attention as the great fair.
-. WI Soop Y~tooyluig goileMI tir V106i11% will
Fair Exhibit From Alachua Coutsty l.. diolj.Iawe n lbi.'lt-t t rman.
Will be Transferred to Tamps. *
From to re8-.ial) 'a I'Aicly S4111. "I have scot really lld IIe#$I 04P10
Ths eu hut usf I r'un Alas'ltsthp pias o "list Wn I ally
whicha will go tt P hiv at thr Stot~ts-Flair hew.." rroark~e-i MeJ ir riesh. rcor
'what w-u sre made set"will lip jaked thooo sson tiami tl Isiel oist 1tH10 ieh.
fly Murnneg-r Tviir', smild billied isoay le.',end 14Ila&e sNvIfel ike' p4AIIIlug the
fort hp Si, uth Flurels ('ily, s#,d w-11I I .pitiblio ecoify thrieuigh 'ttio r n 'ibtd t I
tolioseed toy Msittege'r Tooriell, W11 will eupoel li thu pisees,ehave.',.'c u'tieairix
hav. .vumrj th ie a Itsrealdinessrio for Shte ocs 6tl ( Dt i 'c6l1111POiO
suj osn eig of the Votir on the 5thIonest. simout the lair andi tic. .t-tic is uceiloip
MSn@g-r Te-noeh state that lip will exhibit, bot iI ail tak, tis blame, e.fo
haest Blip eerloie.Is to( dillrsIi'd eg hih- I sased The$re I. ~rt lomumt"
ite from this county, noa I oirudiee itrei MajorTtoneti mim-s hat tip ;rupEe
live sliorkPghijist, which will requitire in ab.sic sit ocl~ie i at the'slir wblats
two oir thr, cart infors The rithibit lwall "tl aio a rditalel sl loe ng for
which manager Trn'hl hass len troi Alaehias4te6n11 51 111 141ti ts ,.'ep.
gether is wee oo fti fne1 t 11 that ouw
have list encs-ured lulwlerr. It oom. g 're lisriu an ofsnl* gove St fluhll
Frirle aguaiulture. horti'oll ", Menu. elaued wlaeojr perarsold will p teli 1 .U)
aeturieg and mints& n B 1b w bund to lo Icos 9 thsi t seu



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Copper I)t4ilwl. .I a N. C. White ...... .$1 1
Queen City ..... 0O
Mon! south ... so N. C. l% -r ...... 00
O. oto Fin, . ,
tdirE .. .. .. 4 o'00
Oril....... 4 00 Laurel Vally..... a m)

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Business Transacted brTh's Body for
the Month Endting Oct. 4.
BRelow are pIublished the Wli -ial iro.i
,'e.ilitiv tI athe Hcard o1' 1' ili' l.-
4 riretilsii i l aobua eo' y'v i. r Hite I
sni.I'rth v.dliig t0I. 8rd, W)
Financial Statement of the Board of
Public Instructioi, Atachui Coun-
ty. Florida. for the Monh End-
ing Oct. S. 1905
lo. S. S i. Wie.li.n, Cli r C(ireuit
Court, Ali.huaO ounty. Ha
Sir: In coinpliunoe with ,Setion 2.
Chapter 4332., Law of Florid l. e here-.
by thll with you tte following Iltemnied
atitvment of the moneys re eived and
expended and warrants issued during
t lie mionllth ending Olt. 8rd, 1 '~. :

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fthWnlsd s 11 ia Thursday

L l advertisements, 1 cents line
SI. H. MoCREIst Edit or and Publ'r,

4 aun o SBo nscyrrion
The Twee12.aWeek Smn 1i a year; six
Sa, fu hed.; single aopies, io.
arise ad Drrrrio RAT inse:
e. LaOl advertisements, 16 cent a line
h e funt and 10 cent for eaoh add-
I(N.Y.) Wertlon.
SS played adveArtisementa for three,
fta mad I1 months at spelal ratee.
W y Cofurnithed up o application.
Marriage and Death notices inserted
ehe. Obituaries, B centa a line.
Oua OLUvjINO Ll.
iF Ab Sun and the Thrloe-a-Week
(N. Y.) World ome .ear......... i
t he n and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Weekly Oonstitution one year.. 1 7B
Ac Ban and the Atlanta (Oa.)
Semi-Weekl Journal one year. 1 50
The gun and the bemi-Weekly
Times-Union one year....... 1 60

SX We will not accept stamps of a
a'rger denomination than 2 cents.

The question of the hour: Are you
going to the Fair at Tamps?

The opening event of the State Fair
at Tamps will be the reception given
to theeditors and legislators. Gov-
erdor Broward will be there and the
grand ball will be held on the 14th.

Poor Rusla may cry "Peace! Peae !"
bau th re is no peace. SBaroely was
peaOe aosommated at Portsmouth er*
the turmoil of civil war broke opt in
St. Petersburg, Moscow, Warsaw and
many other cities.
The tornado gets in its work with
great regularity in Oklahoma, while
In Florida we have not had such a dla.
torbanee this season. There may be
better States than our own sanny
lnad, bat they are not on the map at
S the present writing.

At recentt meeting of the State
Board of Pardons the following reo*-
iUole was adopted : "Resolved, That
& frel and after this date, whenever an
applieatiou for pardoa has been pre-
-ea1in to this board and denied, or
je dlenrnt withheld, that the said ap.
plictien *ball mot again be eoeidered
by the board uale another notice
shall have been given by the applicant
or hbi attorney or agect, that the ap.
plkqpt will again apply for pardon, In
aeordanoe with the proviolous of
S law."

A Lake county matron was inter-
viewlng a certain denominational eol-
oge president on the entry of her
daughter In schooll and what she would
like her stody. "Well, I gueao you
would like for her to take a course In"
the Iymnasrtam" queried the mod.
6ear learned man. "No, L)ostor," the
-lady replied, "I give her plenty of
S erotee in the kitchen at home; when
I get reedy for her to wear bloomers
and alin a eat I'll let on know."--Ta.
vare Herald.

i- The Oalneeville Elevator l0 the name
of a new weekly paper that made 1ie
I' appearaae. in this oity Iset week, to be
sued every Thureday It ie a 0Ix.
L eoluus foUo, with Dr I. Prsaeott Bul-
lolek a editor, ad is well Illed with
local and general news, is pablehed b
The Elevator Publlhlngl Company, and
anaounaeo in it ealutatory that "ao
1s1ag felt want demands it. nor to It the
orga of any politilel party or creed.
No railroads, corporation or monop-
olies govera it." Rolert Holly has
charge of the meehanlesl department.
I and this is as aruramnne that his parts

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The meetingof the Sea Island cotton
grows aV albDee, held oa TbltirIySj
Nov. tad, was t* starting of a mov*-
meat to pe'rfet an organlation thgt
cannot fIts to1 of bentw t to the
growers of the long staple. 'A eom-
mittee on neeolutions was appointed,
and the following Is the result of their
"Reeolved, That a meeting of the
See Islad Oolto Groer Aeocie-
tio be held ay aIldqat, Oa., at 8
o'clock p. m. on Thlrday, Nov. 1d,
1901, for the potpoie of forming a eon-
solidated as.ociatoa.
"Resolved, That each eoonty in the
bounds of the association, and eaeb
county in Georgia growing ea Iond
eotton, is hereby l n ed to tag
ise under the bylaws and resolnuto
herewith submitted, and to select
delegate. to meet with as at Valdoesa,
Ga. on the abovedate. .
"RKeolved, Thatwe requ o -
soolation to empower their delegates
to take suehk stase tbly dm. bee
for the benefit q9h r wrs f 8 Sa
Island cotton, eppeoellly for the par.
pope of bettering prices.
"lReselyd, That we reeq 1mend the
assoelation that hall be ormaed a
Valdosts, request the agriultural
and eens 'department of the United
Bates to report on the Sea Island cot-
ton separately from their regular ept-
ton report."
It was also resolved that the resolo.
tions be printed in,the county papers
sad the daily papers in the Sea Island
cotton bsit.
A reeolotion was passed urging the
people to hold their cotton until after
the Valdosta meeting. Every pinner
In the Sea Island belt was requested
to write a card to Col. John B. Dell,
Valdoest, Oa., on Saturday, Nov. 19th.
giving hbe number of bales of Sea
Island cotton ginned up to that date
last year, and the number to the same
date this year, aed the probable num.
ber to be gianed in their section this
Resolotions were passed thanking
the press for the help that they are
rendering the down-trodden people
tbrooghout the cotton belt; thanking
the cotton factories for aseeting IL
holding the cotton, and urging the
farmers tha are not able to hold their
cotton to ship is to the fatsory and
draw a much money on is as they
eould ell it for la the Interior and
then be holding the enttee.

The raising of the standard of our
sohoole lan early all ltilec of the State,
by the action of the Buekman bill
eebool law, hba been the pridncpal eause
of nearly all of them belag crowded to
Now we have public schools from
which students graduate to the R'ate
University without any further prep-
aratloo. a system as good as any State
In the Union, and will have a Unlver.
sity that will be a credit to the. State,
yet tome fInsll ar appealing to the
"tax-payen" with alligator taars
streaming down (heir cheeks, aed try.
Ing to explain to the people that they
are being robbed, baweee their maP -
ier tells them what they muet do. The
vell that covers the manly brows of
snme of the defeodera of the lowered
inaoceoee is of too gauay a fabric to
coneeal their breacanee.
Men who fought for the Baekman
bill flre and lat, now have enlisted
Helsiane to aid them in their nefa*
r4os work of trying to ral beeause
they eould not rule, But the ma who
pets up his flthy gold to tear down
whaSt i proving a blessing and relelf to
the rmo0ino people will surely get
trappedit his game
"There has been no law enacted
whereby the State will lose huodds
of thoueade ot dollars. The poor tax-
paers know that. But the poor tax.
payer now has an opporouaity to let
klo childrea get a high cool eduea-
stloo as well as the rich ltas-payer'

of the work will be done well. The children. The high aWhol uader the
OsU extends the new-comer a eordial Itcuman bill I le t ieaesti.asd s
grweti. -. for eow., and the grelae fre the
S t Knotsw nlishe oe of aay high soeel in
Teaeu rr Knett d.e not m Inaead Forida today will ld him elf ith ua
ay of the t4ate's money hr ae~s ed ueetim that will coabl him to e-
way lleglitimately if he can preset' e any belee eaterpete th
bL He is now havimsl stalled a oe. cr ntry bauwlr g the peo lema
eamnt., benmg WepmI 1--
pbI ga tem of protetloe. authored For shame I T think that sme e
he street Legtlatere. and me. __
g" g a by the Amerieen Bank P P
e-om- Oomlpa y It eouale of
Ob4 gal ihlag of the treaery
Mht Seting sthee two burglar-prome
iT mld imtlg being lnulated and
eatcsigetmneaced with three large
J gV*, ps aeeoed b y Ime-set m.

tam"e if ta e i attd b tle. an mt
mm In p mhf vaut bet-eel" uhe
ow nd eabn keem.-aMawe.
0 AgaMML Smagt .

thee who fought so depera.toe for
the Bastkat bill, and when their
pIia es to naogbt, Mhoald In their
IR. ou tmeno at work to destroy the
etailoa1 the law,

At school the yooeg girib and boys
are under the oontroI of the teacher.
Th teheder does not desire to have
anf@ rIors and isa anxious to have
o*e eim at another. The teeber has
q fev tIa. ot, it would be perfectly
niGMOfeor teacher to be more kind-
ly etward a aeholar that never caused
tile 1by double bhaU one who is al.
was ereatiag dilseeido.
If you want to make a young anarch.
let of yosr boy, Jst take aides with
him oaort6 y question that comes be-
twoen him and the teacher. When a
boy la sore of the aspport of his pa-
rentse inevery quarrel he has ieehool.
yoo ean resl assured that he will not
heeltate to get Into trouble, no matter
whether he is on the right or wrong
The boy who has his every whim
indulged at home, goea to school with
the expectation of the same treatment,
and It is soh boys that are often priv
ileged to leave school and grow up In
idleneee and headed for the downward
path that has room enough for the feet
to tread to roin. Iet the teacher have
full charge of their condpet and we
will venture the asertion that few of
them will go wrong.
It is beet for the parents to try and
let the teacher show the scholar what
Is the best for him, and it will lighten
the burden of both teacher and pa-
rents and often save the boy.

"How dIl it happen that you are
on such friendly terms with Mrs.
Qash?" "Why at one time I sought
her hand and she refused me."
The "early settlers" of this, country
are those who pay their bills the first
time you present it to them.
It is hinted that the Osar will keep
quiet until the new parliament gets in
operation, and then send the whole
outfit to Siberla.
A Ohicago doctor is going to try the
effect of cold storsae food on the huo
man system. He can see how it op.
rates at cheap boarding houses.

Starving womno in England appeal
to Premier Balfour to live among
them a few months. But as Balfour is
married it wpuld make talk. There is
a large number of men ont of work.
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Reward will be paid to any
person who can find one atom
of opium, chloral, morphine,
cocaine, ether or chloroform
in any form in any of Dr.
Miles' Remedies.
This reward.is offered because
certain unscrupulous persona
make false statements about
these remedies. It is under-
stood that thts reward applies
only to goods purchased jn the
open market, which hale not
been tampered with in any way.
Dr. Miles' remedies cure by
their soothing, nourishing,
strengthening and invigorat-
ing effects upon the nervous
system, and not by paralyzing
and weakening the nerves as
would be the case if these drugs
were used.
For this reason Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills are universally
considered the best pain remedy
"1 have entered ter w. wte
e e*w In mae u ser r

ManyPersons Have Catarrh of s,

Or Catarrh of Bladder and Don't bww It.

Present Newh* and War
Crnrespendcnt Richards Were
P Promptly Cured By Pe-ru-na.

Mr. C. B. Newhof, 1o Delamare street,
Albany, N. Y., l'resideut Monteflore
Club, writes:
"Srt y my dvvcd, ag I flad that
Ir,, ee Irmqweay troM wied wit
arWty easasts. T. blater eaed :
I ad y physdkla miM thUt It
-W a=ft* caw W mr a sroemcge
"oa whis wsM e beAI o oera-
- eas ec mv at.WFsyWrs
I task Permn. harUy do* blve
t l I w lM be l4p btI oaw ito
my reUet tat I oM bU to mind
T7 E Irmfttes Iy E w sab ed si A d
te urtmry dIfIulne pmud away. I
arv ejoyeld excellat health sow or
dwe pest sevea mesaa. I ejoy my
mas, aseep as dily, a m as we ls
as I was twenty years aso I give a
private o Paruan ".-C. Newbot.
fllW1gUmt Catnrrl of Kidneya,
Threatened With Nervo Collapse,
Cured by Pen-r-a.
Mr. V. B. Riclhrds,6X E Street, N. W.,
Washington, D. C., War Correspondent,
wlites:t Exactly six years ago I was
ordered to Cubs as itaff correspondent of
the New York Mun. I was in charge ofa
Sun Dispatch boat through the Spanish
American War. The effect of the trop-
leal climate and thie nervous strain
showed plainly on my return to the
states. Lassitude, depreoion to the
verge of melancholia, and Incessant
kidney trouble made in practically an
invalid. This undesirable condition
continued,deaspte the tbet of treatment.
1Finally a brother newspaper man,who
likde myselt had served In the war, in- Sufered fr
duced me to give a faithful trial to kidney remu
Peruna. 1 did so. In a short time the desired resul
lasstude left me, my kidneys resumed a remedy whici
Iealty condition, and a complete cure o me. I have
was affected. I cannot too strongly troublenora
recomnnend Peruna to those suffering Pc-rN-mi (
with kidney trouble. To-day I an able Oe re
to work as hard as at any time in my Onereaton
life, and the examiner for a leading in- conans no n
surance company pronounced me aran is pe
"*A rltl." runae perfc<
"A risk." ed anyleng
In Pow Health Ovewr F Yars. ting a drug ha
Pe-ra-m Only Remedy efReal Benefit. duce tempor
Mr. John Nlmmo, 216 Lipplncott St., manentin its
Toronto, Can., a prominent merchant of It has no ba
that olty and also a member of the and gradually
Masonic order, writes moving the ca
"1 have been In poor health generally a mnuUtude o
for over four years. When I caught a been used off
bad eold last wuter It settled in the Such a thing
bladder and kidneys, causing serious Peruna conta
trouble. I took we greatly advertised otic nature.


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em O twrrf bWto e.'
dies without getting the
ts. Peruna is the only
h was really of any benefit
not had a trace of kidney
cold In my system."
eatahu NO NarMesUa.
why Peruna has found peri
n so many homes is that It
areotics of any kind. PC
'tly harmleau. It ean be
th of time without acquir-
bit. Peruna does not pro-
ary reeults. It is pew
d effectupon the system,
Seliminate catarrh by rse
ause of atarrh. There ar
I homes where Peruas hee
and on for twenty yeear.
could not be possible it
ined any drugs of a ar*






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We are selling House Furnishings at

prices that will enable you to

.Lay Up for a Rainy Day.

Buy from us now, take the dif.
ference between our prices and
the other fellow's and lay it aside.
Keep this up and you will soon
have several feathers for your



Young Man,

You furnish the Girl-

We'll furnish the House.

ainesville Furniture Comp'yV

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The Worst is Yet to Come.

Mr. Rockefeller Predicts.
a Panic in Two Years.

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Begir iige Wednsdaly, November 16th, ind listing through Monday, November 20th,
we will Inlsitute a

Special Sale of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Furniture and All Goods Usu-

ally Kept in a First-Class Department Store.

Our regular prices on all goods carried in our line are known to Ihe under all collmptitors, aind when we
give a SPECIAL sale we sell many goods at less than our competitors buy them,. This special sale we )pro-
pose to make the Greatest Sailing Days of our existence hvere in Gainesville. We are not giving this sale be-
cause we are especially "hard up," but to give our customers the privilege of buying gCoods for less than they
have ever been offered in this city before. Our line is compnllete, our goods are the best, and we guarantee
every article sold to be just as represented, and cheerfully refund the money if you are not perfectly satisfied
ith your purchase.


A n.HAI, W TOnSDA, Nov. 1'05

We have a beautiful line of Twenty Fine Pictures, in large oak and gilt frames, under ghlias lxlo, we will stll to the highwet bidder.
We will also offer a small line of Dry Goods at auction to the highest bidder. Don't fail to be on time for the auction.

20 Pounds BEST GRANULATED SUAR--only 20 pounds to a customer--for $1.00

Shoes at a Sacrifice.
pair Men's Tan BloIher Shoes, reoglar $2 60 shoes,
we will sell at thissle for ... ....... $1 58
p sr Meo's beet $8 I0 hoeo, in Tan and Russi Calf,
SwllU alow at ............ 2
b)d ot n's Bloes, regular 63 shoes, we will close
at this sale for. ... ........... 2 49
l ilioe $.10 Men's Shooe we will sell s ..... 1 99
I das pair Men's Patent Le*ther Blucher Hhoes,
mt guaraleed, we los as.... 1 89
D)e lot Men's Satin Olf Shos we elose out at .... 1
Iir doe 8boShe--6 pair-regular *2 shoe, sines 2 to
, M e, w oer at ........ 1 29

Shoes at a Sacrifice.

12 pair Ladirs' Liberty Belle skoow, sises 2 to 6, we
will eloe a ..

Ladies' Dress Goods at Barlgin Prices.
One plece 64-inch Blue-all wool ...
1C pioes Ladlen' l)res (ooda, worth 16 and S&*, as this
Ona lot worth 40e tbis sale
One down pi*ees Waletlnp at bargain prieve

I 19


Ladles' Dress Goods,
2 pltoe Uren PFlannel, all wool, worth 40@, at shlisale
One pie BRlisk Worned this sale
One lot we offer at
All olor.d Uninngx reduced.


Chooked (bisaghbara-beroee, bcla ge'on. piik -per Id. So
A fliurt-lam Oho ( keloMepun a61401

Yard-wide Slieesio, in remnants, for
Yard-wide Shooting, .gnd quelity, foll poatoe
Moveral bolts Re O.ttlng offered at


s-. w

Svry good Oatll at ....... 4e
el, a grs valee 10o
A kw specials i tToweling.
rehjl o Ia all otore, worth 5
Sow$M ........... .. ...... 26C
A Iwr speelat la Rfsed Cortals.
TMab Damask at beargn priw.
Sblack Damm@h-@bs d--fo
m DaImak, formely 1.2 .
i Imask to m*l@o out me
o .... D48k. worth
*SL (U -41k

White Iamuak we offer at 28e
Shirt rdowud.
Skirts formerly $1 M. this l uso e.
aod all other Skirts redooed ia priW.
Ooe lot remants beet 1(0 Per-
*ale. ow ..*-
Boye' Bouite rted ed priee. We
have too many Boys' Sialt, and we
will eloe out eertal lines at pri-ee
regardless of es.
Men's Suis as redleed prtes.
o e lot odd Sellt so loe*m ot ats bar-
gali prioe.

dli dosin Men'. Drue IPhlrts we
will serti e at this ale lfor 2t*
Men's lI.vyl-ilbbd Cuuder.
shirts, rVaolar I goods thi
alse 37S
irble i .. NO
Leoded h8blls. L*agae or Club,
this l* .. s
Wahk Boards eah k
One lot Me.'s, hiru lb
MeNa's csrwtebt.**lrm lareero
Velvet* lsdtes ob

Moo's Linen Ollsn. 2 ro,r
Men's Linen Collars. 2 ,r
Mca's gsn DCii., 2 irr
Most's Ties, regular S) a
One lot los' lMe Ham.
On lots oyAs' li6es
One lot MeNa's II1 las
0o0 lot 1 Moo'#1 1 lisa1
Twelve pair stoU worth S
Twlrn pelr PaIse worth 1
Twelve pair Pass worth :
IkNble Ilahkes

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Begins Promptly


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S Tnht Body od to Purchas
Dormitory Property.


4Cotnll Thought Exhibit of Boulware
prti s Water at State Fair Would
S be a Good Thing, and Appropriated
Money for That Purpose.
The City Council met in regular
m' thly session at the City Hall Moon
day evening. There were present
Chairman Broome, and Aldermen
Season, Cushmau. Hodges, O'Neill,
Taylor aod Witstock, making a full
S board.
After the meeting was called to or.
der the minutes of the previous meet-
ing were read and approved.
The reports of the marshal and ent.
etotor were read, received And ordered
bhe following resolution was offered
by Alderman Taylor and unanimously
S passed I
S"Reolved. That the city attorney
-be Istructed to prepare and submit
to (thi counsel an ordinance (or reo*
lotion) Instrooting and authortslog
the board of public works to buy, at a
Sost not to exceed $8,000, the property
kaown as the Dormitory ; such proper.
ty to be held for park purpoees,
-or sold, as in the judgment of the
board of public works is deemed best
for the Interests of OUinpville."
After the passage of this resolution
the clerk read a number of bills, all of
whblh, beleg found correct and proper-
'1 approved, were ordered paid.
It was ordered that the light at the
corner of Odd Fellow street and Pal.
metto avenue be added to the city
I ht bill.
The question of Introducinl the oele.
braised Buulware Springs water at the
S tuit Fair was disclosed, which result.
i d eventually In a motion by Alder.
man Benson that a sum not exeeedlni
$80 be appropriated to place Booul
war Bprigse water on exhibition at
S he fair, all bills In conneotloo with ex.
aei of same to be approved by the
S Albeha County Fair Assoeiatlon. Five
..aJsbers of the board thought It was a
.'.' .good tlng, with the result that the
motion was carried, five to two.
An oedlnasee to provide for the giv-
nlg of bond by the members of the
board of public works as bond true.
tes, and amount of same, was placed
opon ite ant, second and third read-
lip and passed.
A resolution wk passed Initruatingl
the maynr to remove, or oause to be
-to d, all the ea0roaehmenI of
W rlti er nature on and off Factory
*tret to th Se aboard Air Line Raill *
There beolng nu'firther tbusin* the
4ouaell adJourned.


Important Notice to Shippers of Cn-
hiblts by Expreis.
Taip. HFla. Ol, 81, 1I06,
John W, Tenel,, Vsq.,
(asineavlle. Fla.
Dear 8tr: I haro just ben advised
by thet 1 suthe rt s p iupreat (' pap that
they will be pleaseJ to afford free ser.
video on shlimtnnts, weilhtt nst to ea.
oer4 lfty pounds. Should the ship.
meat wpelh nilor" than fifty poOnde,
It will b ehargI tofr at full rate. This
rate applies to al puuAt. in the Slate
of Florida, and will bw rffrotive N3.
rImber lph to 30th.
Theese espr packages should be

addreand to me as I'reident of the
VIiordast ta MWkl-WTutr Fair Aetesi.
a<., at Tampa.o Fi pilanly marked
S w Vtlh te nsamnr of hlppper and county.
r ~ Yours very truly.
,m Tsoa J. I. itaow.
P rdient ,
SKZxhibitors will ee that eae will
hare to o bl frrighl. amd mat hoten.
(mu be apped *ot later thaa the Illh
o latNat oter if yoa wash
by a*,. #o'e as
geee, turkeys oret
*a"S have Wnittst 0o
hbetWeA the atra two
K AM ue4o *sred b*14 of its.
t.ag,e- 6ad>: "Toe. J L BrwnJ
Pr S.L* Yoe truly.
Joan W TJc', .
a ulA A ea Colke or

-.-inmbbS. o slin

wrJrn ,w

e a quart o our eeebrated
Apricot Brandy with every -
order for 4 qarts of Feld's
Prie at .$14 dUvn Y L Thiia r ab"sot m uamnpasl .
tioe and you should take immediate advantage of si Uh a er. I
R Ie oIxprt or P olse aoey rdrw or r oitered t. Good
hipped in plain e preald to all Southura and aAde "xpS
ofiou. rLy centa extra to points m ether isprem amtm.
WvtTvI AT O1n O t
16 Julakguhi5t Atlanta Ge
OI For"* f mad as- Now.


Abtineu ef Mtie &M full ihoU- m..i. iu.ii. I t Is
emaly. Oar mtaar hads lh tI Is a I Innr "A
t oleromcky egMswB wM. UMs.

Bj. 2J VO "Z EII,
*"aWag a sambr n r


The qettwos
l Ttile the
fret e*oBn4-

n.n: oa for
es lAsewteo.

Io r T otou rte bM ei nMit ae s 0 iSher

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AL,,.-_,gu ~~E Y d01


and Building Material,


Ssh, Weigts, Cord, Hardart

L. MX HACMER. Proprietor

Because they are the best

in the land for the money!

Ask your dealer for the

"Sunny Jim" Shoe and in.

sist on gettinsc it.


Paradise for Hunting and Fishing

This hotel ia under new management and
wl open October lit, 10. for the winter. BetU
saoomamomsations. huntai. tLiluding deer.
turkey and small ira. xoeUieat flahl and
boats for. aceomaodaton of cgess Guides
for buastn and diah tartlea.
For r tws and aoommnadatloe address
MiS. LOULA THOMAS. Propriets.
OoLW Hamooc. LaTT 00. FIt


4L*. LAWS oF n1AoRIDA.
Notlee la hereby Tiven that J. J. Harmans.
puremawr of Tax erticate No. I07N. dated
the sday of July. A. D. lat. br tiled a si
certfloato la imy ofne and ha iade applica-
Uon for tax dead to iue In accordance a Ith
law. HaJd eertioate embraced the foleilnor
recribtd prolIert1 ltuaIed in Alachua coun-
ty noraM. towlt.
Lotal 9. 4T. Tp. RI. IK o0 aocre
The aMi lWad being assImed at the date of
the Iouawe of muoh certintfle In the namen of
Hensiat L and L Co.
UnleeM said ert1cate shall be reslereu edl ia
wording to law. tax ded wull lsue thereon on
the 30th dy of Novemwer. A. I ItA.
Wltn"esu y ariolal s nature and el :c..l
the $Ith da) of Uetber. A. D. MtA
% H WI ENt(.s
pd Clerk Ciroult Court Alac-hua 'o 'lu

4er. LAWs or UtRIDA.
Notlee is berby eren that eIr Morer.
rebari of Tax CertUlcate No. 3, dated the
hdar of July. AD II i. bu ad said eer
SeaIto i oflkWe amd h pa md* apricaUon
lar s do to ImaweI la eordee wtth law
SaM 1ertlocate embrasC the fotiwlnng de-
marbed prol ay ststed la Alaebaa county.
Foria. towlIt:
Lout I. I A Mok 1 Arebhr.
TkoaM lasi bMdl aW aeed at the date of
themieae of smek eertUirates the name
of Pta. Tewa la Co
Uram ed eMl rtacet aha b redeImed ae-
e*upd to law tax dd wlum LHe there ton
tIU day i Novesmbr. A. L trk
wIUsI m e elas an ti Y afd om al Uhth
t~ d oay tI be. A. I MK
&. WiNrX.*A
P cOers (C'rcVlt Coart Aise a Co Pa.

o-. LAW Or rtUODA.
meeItee Sb hebeb ves that J J. RayMasses.
Norf t t T a |i ah d. h n."L .
mIfa-r W Tix Cdoim l tWt. a at

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00VeY of AWttU A 1% Mill. ad"M

m~e a a beume ead so-
S 0ali 006fI".A DL IM 3m
pd Ca~i C~Ioewt Court Als wsCa or,.*

h o, fUS .. oft A Cs a w 3Ik
a(o ju V. a A P k a ab asa SEi
or M w .r wox

e4 (5 tot tte .
yea oandr l.A A T- T

VUp ,va IN v n4oo t te t orrs .t
"Of A r a 0 i
room gal "0*01 at'*4at" to reooows

Lt' )ws. shetl ba rt bn

atm m oh 0 1 0 1 e

Land Omce at OGainelle. Fla.,
October I lL0&
Notier is hereby given that in Oempliance
wlth the proviloonm of the Act of Coagress or
June 3. I, 7. entitled "An Act for the sale of
timber lands in the Stateq of California. Ore-
ion, Nevada. a id Washlnrton Terrtory," a
extended to ull the public land b4ate by Act
of August 4. IW. Thomas A. Tbohinon of
Wade, county of Alachuas Seate of florida.
has this day tiled In this bf e his swrm state-
ment so 2t for the purchase of the E or
Nw of Section No. 32DI Township No. S..
Range No. t16 .. and will offer proof to show
tbat the land sought lb more valuable for its
timber or stone than for airilcultural urposes.
and to establUsh his claim to sa Iland before
Register and Receiver a' Ulaueav1e., Fla.. on
atuLrdsv, the 3rd aoy of December. 100.
He names as witnesses: I. A. Oseen. C. M.
Beech. John (steein. James 1C Osteen. all of
Willeford,. ia.
Any and all persons clamlng adversely the
above-described lands are requesSt to file
their claims in thin ofce on or before said Xrd
day of December. I A.
pd W. G. ROBINSON. Register.

Land Ofmce at UGasesville. Nsa.
October 1. iw.
Notlie is hereby tiven that i eompilance
witth e rovoo the oAct of Congrea of
Juue 3. IT., entitled "An Act for the sale of
timber lands in the States of CaUslrnia. Ore-
gon. Nevada. and Washington Territory." as
extended to all the public land States by Act
or AutIust 4. Inr. John D. Luther of Old Town.
count) of LaFaiette. State of ~&"da. baa
this day filed in this office bi sworn stateInDt
No. Sk. for t e purchase of tee Nw 0of 8w4
See. Io and NwS or Nw4 of %eetlon No. 15in
Tow rlp, No I I S., Raune No. 133.ad wl Uuffer
proof to show that the la d auuht s is ore
v:tluahje for Its timber or stone than for agrJ-
cultui l purtooes,. and to establlMb hibM lal to
akI land before Re glter and Hecelver at
(;lanetlle. Florltd. on Wednesdr. the 17th
day or Decenmber. I19f.
He name. as witneme : Daniel Lancaster.
Johnl I.. Hogank. T J. (tixlwin. James A. Har-
ber, all of Old Town. Fla.
A..V uad all peramons claiming adversely the
ualbo-re.c.rlbed lIanf' uare requested to file
their cIl'au in this ofiee on or before IsaM 7th
Glay of December. IhN.
tid W. i.; RUDINSON. Register.

In the circult Court. Erhhth Judicial O~drl t.
Alnhbut County Porida-In Chancery.
Lilak4 M Teston vs Thomas J. Testoo-0(-
o force mider Publicatioe.
It appearing by afidavit appended to 00
blU filed In the atbe stated oau.e that Thom1 "
J. Te*ton. the defendant terea nramed.is.
non-reildent of the State of Florids, sat s
resent of Uffermmn. .. and isover tUhea
of twenty-one years: It it therefore older
that aid non-resldent defendant be ad be is
hereby required to appear to the IMl Oif O
ilLnt Uled in aid cause on or before Meirj
the 4th day of D cetmber. A. D. 106 oaker
wie the Uegatlons of said hlU will be tak
as confaeed by Mid defendant.
It la further ordered tMat thb order be pIb-
Ished once a week for four conseaumtve w re
In The Uainesvllle -jun. a newspaper publisab
In the taid Bounty and State.
This trdhl flay of October, 9l.
S. i. WILNIEs. Clerk Ciruli Court.
A true couy of original
ISeal] S H. WlN(it.M. Clerk circutCtsourq.
J M RIVER.. Sol'r. for Complt.
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NoUtce i hereby rives that J. J. Rayl m
purchaser (o Ta CertUnloae No. tg. .gg
aod V2. dated the and day of July. A. D. In
has filed ca rertifeatW t in my affe. a a
mad* appu.itlon for tax deed to A aI -w
cardamce with law. aidoruiateeas
the rofolkwt desrteid b psrdert mtas i
Alachua count). Fklorda. tow l
S% ,.f ~*4s Se. t. It 1. I-Mo er0es
S 'wS o( 4 er. 11.Tp 1.. I-e0 orge
eSti of he Sec. II, 'p It, -L -diares
Lat g See. It. Tp 1.It. U-4*atOw
The ,add laul being lraewe~ a Se date O
the kInsusane of tneer tiaestesai theaa of
0 H Itarter. S. H. Ilourye. HeaefIt Ual L
(o.. and w'nkowa
I'atel ~uI certlieatesabai beNre aeeoo-
eordlor to law. Ltax deed uW i a. set aM
the mia day of NMierber. A. D. na
Witaea I ouslal klraltare sl, ael O
the Mtb day of October. A. D. IA
1. .wnMun" .
I'd 0'ler Cirout Court AlaelMa Co. ri.
wc UNDIMR )&cno)r 0 orF CBAPII
Ak. LAWS or YuWiDA
NoUoe s hberebT etvea that L L
Smtreter of Tas CerUcaesse oe
a.e 4th t da of July. A. Da i

lor e sa ese m
made seeote fr lax eed to biieei

A mol sto ea -. t." m

s Wh M D sM etl aftIe me -

a. w.


It meof at CM of A. -- S rx
A. ftve arsPts Uk AmhOsWM

*6ma se, p i
Tea -C taea -l- e kte

Cimar Ju i Ge-- i a fee

trL aso f. ad -e orAs
A L UOVetof 00.1- t of A.
we bees 10 "110 11ee 1" a but IMe
8 I iI lmI
4 miS orun

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Under mad by virtue of & 401MB O( forelon-
ure made and rendered eoft m *, Oc-
tober. 190. ry 'he I~*T. IJ eor
the Cireult Court, it J iJ CGruit or
Florida. in and for Aiaea tIo a oer-
ulI obhacery caoue perdin I wherein
George K. Broome IS o001pd a ad Susan
Jones Is defeandnt. I. a SpSlat Master in
Chancery. wil se llt publ e oa0er to the
hihbest and best bidder forota. before the
court boue door in the o4ty of tUaneaevle.
Alaohus county. FloridaL oan oqly, the 4th
day of December. 106S betwem the lemal
hours of sale. all tLe rtlbt. tUe and laterest of
said defendant In and to tIe followinr eie-
scribei lot. trct or parcel of land stuuteid
and beoir in Alaobhus eoaty. Florida. towit
The North balf of Lot No ten (10. ls B 0toio.
irve 5). Township ten 4Kt'. Ratne twenty (<>,
containing live h) acres of I1d lew fifteen
(1.) reet off East. Wel and Norb idde ,of
same reserved for street. sai Lot being ir.
Brown's Addition to OGainevile.
Together with ald od dinu lar the tene.
ments. hereditamente and appurtifences to
te same belongilo or in anywis appertair.-
inO. a
Said property to besold to satisfy said de-
cree und cost Terms cash.
Special Muter In Chancery.

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kf HapImiags From Various
Semtio od 8tte.

TrWasplrieagj "The Land of Flowers."
T g' "Bolled Down" to Suit the
Buy Reader-items of Interest to
AU Cases.
The Jsper Normal Sohool has over
2W0 poptil.
Befenlr xpeets to ship 20,000 boxes
of orares this season.
TbeOarroll Real Estate Company
Sbeen formed at Miami.
Te hbyaslths hay, beea removed
from Lake Minaie at Orlando and nav.
Igaton will be unobstructed.
RM6. a-- -i l f nv nt





The Inventor of the famous "TER.
BELL SCRAPS," a mau know wtier.
ever plows hr eMd sad used. says:
ELIXIR tfor M Q S years Ln my
taufsm forla Itho-- rver nd kid-
ersa. d A It I Uthe best medldlpe I
have ever d. It ls aee a iure we-
ele for pals t t b kohor uader Uhe
sboulMera. I hkve reoomended it In
numerous ase to U workmen. when
lk ad unable to work, ed I bas a .
parm gives perfeetw meatfaoUon. 11 .
TSKREjLL Prena* AUtants Plow
Ca. Atlnta."

The Fall Term of the Circuit Court
Will be a Lensthy One.

The fall term of the oiriit court for
IAlahoa county will e,ivei.e next
Tuesday, the 14th lnet., Rnil A a re-.Ait
Sheriff Fennell and DPI)e'y Sheriff
Orange have been busy fr the past
few days ummoslan juirn and wit.
The docket is a heavy onr. and it
may rouire three weeks or a month
to clear same. A lnutwlr of cases
have been rtandlan for eot"u time, and
it is the desire of Judge Wills and
State Solicitor Oalhoon to clear the
docket of these easees pe~ally.

For Imfats a d Childr,.
The Ku YM Im Alhay s Biht
Bear the of
ignanture ot

The *INsteeWth anulI m ueetng ......
the State Teacher' A' oailion of PROMINENT PARTY MERE. Mr. Wiggins An Old-Timer.
Florida will be held at Miami, Decem. I see by The Sun of recent date
ber Nt to 29th. Have Been on Fishin Trip, Stopping that there are only th r.edepnts of
At DeLand, Saturday, the Stetson Day With Mr. Callison. Alachua county who wert ciitern of
University eleven defeated the Jack- A prominent party of Georgians ar- Florida ao a Territory," remarked lur.
sonville Light Infantry football team rived in the city Sunday from Homo-. roll Wigains of Halue, who was
by a oore of 12 to 0. ssa, after a short flablag trip to that among the visitors to (ainmlrville Moi.-
Oeala Is anxious to have the perma- section. The party wasc omprised 0f day "I was born In A'lihna soounly
ent eneampment of the State troops ;Jos. M. Dixon, Hal Bacon, W.W. OW.- on he spit where the waterworks
in that city. It is all right and we borne, L. M Erkine, John 8 Schley plant now stands, In 141. and inrs-
hope they will get It. John D. 0eawell and George M. Hodsr moh ab Florida was not admitted to
There has been 40 carloads of or- deh of Savannah, and N. A. Callison rf the Union until 1845, I at somewhat
nages shipped from Fort Meade this this city. They wre traveling in a of an 'old.timer' myself."
asWon. The grapefruit shipped has private ear and were Joined here by Mr. Wiggins did not Ive' this infor.
boe too green for the market. Mr. Callison, to whom was extended a motion for pubHioloat and said no at
T nt. n tsutine d special invitation. the time; but theeo pioneers are so
TI"e plausers ino t. Aulgustie doe
op ab ut in old S pAnih .nd! After a couple o days' fishing sport few and far between at this age that
op bout s o-i.n o.ld S i a In the vicinity of Homoseassa and Crys- he deserres to goon the liit as a fourth
Mexcan colas one day last week.
eTheiwer en oi one dlnabox made ofal River, the party returned to one, if he has not already constitult'd
They were eeloed a box made o Gainesville Sunday and were driven to one of the three.
I Spring Park Farm, where they were Notwithstanding the fit,, that Mr.
On Friday. Nov. 10th, the new and entertained until yesterday, when they Wiggins has advanced to a ripe ae, he
handsome depot of the Seaboard Air proceeded to Savannah. is yet native, and deelarr. toastingly
Line at Tampa will be opened to the Manager Callison inviteJ sPreral of that he can endure as much work as
public. It is bulls of brick. 40140 his friends to Spring Park, and alto- the average young fellow. and eon.
feet on the round and cost $20000 getherthe affair was one full of good elude his day's labor* without any
The meanest man in Florida lives in cheer and fellowship. more fatigue. He has always been re.
St. Augustine. and he entered the oil arded as one of the miot suoessful
beee of Wm. Mourey of that oity a Worm Destroyer. planters in the county, and has reared
few aighta ago, turned the faioets and White's Cream Vermlfune not only a useful and enerletic family.
let the ontent of every barrel run on kills worms, but removes the muooos
he floor. Los $150. as.d slime In which they build their Oranges are lling on the trees at
An automobile line will b operated nes; it brings, and quietly, a healthy largo for 1.10 a bor. but growers are
betweenMiami Wes lm Beac. condition of the body, where worms holding for $1.2. The crop in one
between Mrimind Weats Pi Beach eannot exst. Sold by W. M. Joblhoo grove sold for $6,000.
Bll rlae toorini autos will be useed -
and lhe trip will be made In about
foerboore, one ear leaving e oh eit, rL T v i* !i 'if
I. the morning, returning io the even-
fn#. i UI o i'Y !PIiCESi

The Florida Son will make its ap- Reid od Profit
pearaee at Jaeksonville on Novem-
,ber 8th. The Sun will be a new e p S n u TVO unt-,
are for Florida joornalism, and if It
lives the patronage it deserves Certlad $ *10 to t$1 Cra rd $70
Ill be one of the best mediums to ad- $70
rtlee she State. Tr t $11 leIber $70
W. T. Cleomone, who attempted to Columbeis r to IlI$o well -
1kill h sweetheart in Jacksonville. t1e0- ta, *M
"smlt 9t, was sentenced to 20 years 'R 10 tier i i6
risoment by Judge Shaylor at Breeway 97 to 106
meoak ville Saturday. Miss Moeeley, ..e $I. ii
young lady In the eae, who was ,i
bbed 1t time, has fully recovered. Headers $76
walueky 18 was all right In her .la.. ..i nw. '.. : M

Ie Halhes, a street ear con. a UI. $70hw
at St. Peterebo r, fell under I
m a. Ila t.r &a fl the trolley

0 Our soOrra .a y
, Sunday ight, and both lkp
Sbdly mangled. He died In
itwo hours after the soiedent.
Rplgbe was boat 21 years old, a
of New York, and bad come to
to make his own living against
of bil parents. who are
W be wealthy.
a meeUl of the Ste Board of
hoMd to Tallabesee. roves.
Fmak Tbmeoa. sentmeed for
rape, fi Okly o"snty in
.atistaally palrdoed m also
D. Miller from Jeehao eoenty
for eery enda false p.
lb IT yean; WWUitm O oerw
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moaMchisIve aoi bed beyond kp; it ik th amitnt
and a ai The use of aLm iay artic f food or
article ued te prraton f food dwhd be peaked
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SsAtters of Generl Interest Gath.
erd by Our Reporte.


What Has Happened and What Is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paregraphs
BS That "He Who Runs May Reed"
Htn Thm Sun.
RPM fwn udqy' DaoU ly s
0. W. Wells of Alaohus was a caller
nl the elty on Monday.
SJ. L. Shaw and E. 0 Bpenoer of
Alashus were in the eity yesterday.
D. T. Eagllih, a progrsive planter
of Taeoam, was trading nl the elty ys.
8. N. Thompson and sons of Lake
Oity spent Bunday In this eity, guean
of relatives.
John D Luther of Old Town, one of
the reliables of that section, was In
the ehy Monday.
Court onvenas in this illy Monday,
S lastead of Tuesday as stated on 7th
Spage of this Issue.
Mr and Mrs. R. W (irifln and son
i of MIoanopy were among the visitors
to Oslaoevllle yesterday.
J. J. Wateao of Morriston was in the
oity yesterday on buelnee with the
United States laod omse
W, A, MolInna of Waldo aId J A.
Rives uf Micanopy were among the
visitors to this city yesterday.
J. U. Witheropoon is In the eity for a
few days to visit his family. He will
return to Fort White this week.
iMre. I 0 Edkwards of Mleanopy
11M &i the city yesterday and spent bhe
day with her sou, Day i .dwarsrd

H. 8. Graves. the North OGinesville
nurseryman, ha a number of bearing
tangerine orange treas that produce a
very fine quality of fruit, the flavor
being equal to that grown In the most
favored spot in the State of Florida.
Mr. Graves Is a thorough anrseryman
and is working up a fue trade.
Friends of A. B Ohitty, who kha
been quite ill for some time, will re-
gret to learn that he is still confined
to a hospital in Jacksonville, and that
he Is recovering very slowly. Mr.
Ihitty is a lited with erysipela, and
one of his arms is almost helpless. It
is hope bhe will recover oI a few days.
Ohas Hodge of Alaebua, one of the
most interestia characters in the
county, wa In the city yesterday and
made The Suo n agreeable call. Mr.
Hodge, who wa a candidate for the
Legislature at the last primary, has
many friends among those who kaow
him. With that nature which ib in
itself nothing but frankness, Mr.
Hodge cannot help but make friends
wherever he goes.
Oapta4l 'A. Paul of the United
States land offi and Attorney Robert
E. Davti are in .Mayo, where they will
be eglaged In a eontt ease, theb etle
being the United Statl government
vs. W. D. Hanks. The spefioeatlons
nl the oas are that the defendant,
who recently proved up a homesead,
had ever occupied or o9ltivated said
homestead. Captain Ponl. as peelal
agent, will reprent the government,
while Attorney Davis wlN appear for
Mr. Hanks.
H. 8. Ba den of Santa Fe, one of
the moet progrelve farmers of that
section, was In the city yesterday and
renewed his lubserlptlun to The Son.
Mr. treeden altres that the eotleo
crop, which was very short, Io about
over in his seson, band that growers
areeomplalaingof the prieo of eottom.
The price ha been lower this easeo
than for two or three years. notwith.
_ aa.-l. >&k-. tka L L -.*

14 II. lrkskill of Melntosh, one of 1U'u" s ou11 "t"oupu We uort.
'at d ngo tha the o was sort
the miott widely known etisn of that adevera l m l ters ho Were Dot
section, waU amoKn the vriitou to Ihthis i4r ont h oir
alty yelaerdyr.
H. M. hherhoiev *f %1 eM,0111y nue of
the .Irding eltrn.s of that Win, s on1 READ THIS.
was auiog the. who came to 1 ner- 'C, tI ILLU, Taux.,Ju nel, 1901.
ville on buainmes Irat.rday Dr. x W. Hall, 1. LOs, MO.:. Dar
Albert Daveapor. .for the ,ast year, l,.sor-It s with pleture that I me.
oQrekted with thr ,sorr, of ,it, \V rommead your Texas Wooder for kid.
Hlyde. has arcepted a p,.oton as man- ney aud bladder roble., ua my wife
air of the Ontinental t'afe and maylf han beth eo d is and ex.
C I) Delrna. ths efficient .ie,,ren. p-rtoened woodertl thef fro Its
iendrt uof lhe IuItou IPhosihtle i use COA W. B T.
Company, lwih headquarters I rat --i
M,. *pet Sunday In this eay. A TEXAS WONDER.
A parMlto has twea Oerted lu tihr O emal botle of M T nas Weow
gW t f the trr of J W MeCollum A 'der,. laWlm aMI Dmeryi, amws all
Os., dreggssle. oUMrl Itw. ke K kianey and bladder roeables. necw
w *i *ill aord an eitra tor&'e faenl i gravel. cre diabetes. eaatlal mian
S ea Mla setY ee Thto ,at r ll tie t.eon.. week d lae tau ks. shear
aes e, ad wtilll o douli t I. edi- tsm and all tIIrleerie I of the ik
Seand. y ae bi, ae ldd t a eri beb Ma u
Auaea. e*le.e.wfr "u. 1.s.. in
A Baer od Oarpseri ftrm J h.ireu. It :WI ote,
MW 6 a 1ecmaeNA d week on the nUr ,awllto ee0" asuoso s=1a1:.
Ib@VW vub yeaseday. They havr n*e small lbetb wosi see a' aa.
t' o teww h, btabf up the r er e and m m wa Paaset--e a
do i0"s 1t on ears. Dr. erneWs. W al.* s am.
bcem.r. P.O. bo wm L i
1 4ihN i ^ N-"

DfaW Ailrfs DZW Am: -- Orr & Steeabor. Tbhsee tlelmen
J. Mt.A0 of Alaebos wams vialtor /re both hotlder, sa de IM ng se-

W, C. &Mad sn of Mteasopy wuas n seetion will proveBf gleat aWbe to thl
the Cl. a's bedese oyef day. new firm, who propose to do their
h tiao. Tker o l share of business if hard work will a .
Mis la ie Tucker of ,oehelle ioomplish anything.
was hboppli &M the eity yekerday.
Te hoppers wanted at 14 aeen per What are your friends saying Judge J. A. Carlile, after having for
tie. J. D. Barron, Jr., Wasse, Fla. about you? That your gray several years occupied law offices it
Mr. 8. L. Ward and On Elijah wre ulir makes you look old P she Porter Block, scorer Union and
intheelty from Orange Heighte es.. And yet, you are fno forty I w Main treet, buildsingm d to nion
erday. Postpone this looking old. new Bakight buheilldin, East Unione
Street, where he will fit upsa nice office.
D. Irn, merb*st of FairbankL, s Judge Carlisle is making the change as
was trtl stinag busiaeos in this eity much for the convenience of his nom-
pesteardF. erous patrons as bi own, and he
J. O. Adkblw of Island Groe was realizes that a ground-floor office is
asoog theoe who visited Gaileville Use Ayer's Hair Vigor and much easier of oeesn, Sad is less
yesterday. restore to your gray hair all trouble to reach. He invites the pub-
Fo Batle-T.o sad onehbalfr sre lot the deep, dark, rich color of lie to call at the new quarter, assor-
In West G aefville. near the Univer. earlylife. Then be satilsed, ing them that the latch-etring is al-
sity 1 da.Mi: Mrs. Kate Britt, Cen. "A.a ;I4 *mse s..* ** t ways"waft*d to the breseos."
- itn psasl y ? _____
tral, 8. i r e *M -
MlMay Ford has returned to th h 6,. ".M. T" O RxtMOVw
eity, after several weeks pent in her fa-for i FRECKLES ANDPIMPLES
old home. Conneant, Oblo. 122. 10 n 7-111, %%e
J. E. fothe of Alsehoa has returned k ff
to hi". bote- t that pl"' .after NAD INOLA
pleea 6 vitjohir family here. ,N IN L
Rev. F. Oraighill has gone to At. G P. Morr of Waldo, T. J THE COMPLEXION BBAUTIIERL
lanta to attend the missionary eonven. n e of Hawthorn, J M U. Peacock of
tion of the EpIseopal Chureh. He e Piemoont and Judge E. A. Pinnell
pes return on Friday. sod duaOhter, Miss Eunice, of Bron-
I) D. Weeks and son of LaCro, e son were among the visitors to Oaines-
were among.thge who paid Gaines. ville yesterday.
villa a visit yesterday. Mr. Weeks is Notice to the Public-1 have esab-
agent of the seaboard Air Line at that listed as Raleigh, Fla a new sad up-
point. to-date grist or corn mill entirely sep-
J. H. Johanon and son, D M. John. rate and apart from my sawmill, and
son, of Islad Grove were in the city will grind corn on Saturday of each
yesterday and made The BSo an anree- week, and rspectfulJy solicit the pat-
able sall, the former renewing his sub- ronage of the public. T. J Coxs.
seriptsit, W. P. Boulware of Orange Heights
LA3OB Contreaoe, jost the thing for was trading In the city Tuesday. Mr.
farmers ad tnrpentlne men, fOe per Boolware states that the cotton crop
doses, $2 for 0,. or $8 per 100. Cash has about been gathered in that se*- THE NADINOLA GOL
in hand with order. Address, THE tion. The erop, unlike many other iPormerly aivertlsed and soMld
BUN, Gainesville, Fla. sections, was a good average, and the ... SATINOLA...
Mrs. A. M. Dennis and daughter, quality was also good and brought fair No change in furmul orpackame. The name
Min Hattle .-ave returned from an prices. ,only hau been changed to avoid oonfuidon, ai
ete1oded visli to polat in Canada and G.T. Kenoard let yesterday r we cannot afford to have so valuable prepara-
eltopotida nd T. Kenrd left eerdy for onfused with any other).
the East. Friends are glad to webl Tampa, where he will arrange to ex.* ADINOLA insunranteed. and money will
some them bone again. hibit his lreat freak the oow with two 0 be refunded In every case where it fatl
Sto remove freckles. pimples. ulver-bpot. col-
A. M. Oashman, district deputy bodies and five leg, mention of which lar'diooloratlon,.h.bluacreaid.dlmrUurianerut-
tions. etc. The woro caer% in nt)day. Leavp,
grand matter of the Maooni fraternity hba already been made in The Run. thie d clear .f. lth. ea d ratore, the
of Florida, left yesterday for Mies- This s one of te greatest freaks of beauty of )ouh.
Price .W oents and SIiXm. Sold in each rty
nopy. where lst night he paid an of- nature, and the owner will no doubt hy tl leading drugisb, or by mall
felal vilit to MIeanopy lodge. do well in the venture. PaIPAUI, oULT BY
A carload of Booth Oarolia granite We are in a position to furnish first. National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
f)r the new Eplaiopel church has elass bean, coke and lettuce hampers, Sold in Gainesville by J. 8. Bodilotd
been reolved. The grnile is e- also cabbage and aaatloupe crates & Co. and J. W. MeCollum & Co.
eeptionallp hadoeoms, and will show promptly at reasonable price, and ___
up to ine advaltU ela the stroetore. gparsatoe prompt abipmen on all
As ill be misy ols Ia this l.* oetrats. bip oa either A. L. or LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
sue, T. J. 0e, the sawmill man at 8. A L. railroads. Williston Manu- ria.----- --
Raleigh, hae otablihed a grise mill for faetoriag Oo., Wlllismon, Fla. dawtf. NOTICr FOR PUBLICATION.
the soameodat eo thofsbe who de. ,."ad Ofte at o tnesvef. r Ms.
the aeoom dlodal o( hose who de- Jmoes R. Smith of Trenton returned Novemb a tISea.,
sn to take advantage. Mr. Cors will o hi home erdley, Blr a buNu otle is rebyr tivena l the folovlwmu
r0o hi sre ye stek ro aey, *fr a u snonnamed estler hasfiled ndoce of bl atet
grind n tSaturd y of ah week. trip o tQtl city. Mrn tmith state to make flO.l proof in arpport of b
elaim, and that maki proof will be mae before
F. H. Clyatt o Oflytt, 8. T. Sk11s, that the W0et aod, peeeeilly that ee.- aesRater and Receiver at uinesvele. Va.
formerly of th West ad beo now oem traveled by the e tension of the Decembter ii.. o vir
ISTANT I rTHOUamof Wlllefo-d. ins.,
maklg his lhomeo a Temps, Captin J. & 8 -W. rllroad. is Irosperot BH. No I or the of ne4od1. o..
W. G. Bhahee and daughter. MrTI The Iron has been layd to the e eo 5o T. 7 s R IE
Olyeo, of H11h 8prlar1, and W, F. Sw.mns river, lad the bridge over *He names the reowtlr ot ita e ae o puve
Griesm of Raoebe were uaoag the that stream is now under eour0 o oof Mo iLd uand. ve
vteose to thtie lty yeeierda. ooMeetr oi Jmes Cin C. Willt ams. J B. Jae-
*o m. Y T. Tomasu, aU of Wmetegd .V
200 I* Headp snd 100 oa er Rev. . oFlemig return d last Pd W.O. UOINsON.~see. ) We
lape with pour lam sad Thbreday night from the National Col-
bIlwneo pilted themso, dollierd t ored Bapties Convention at Chicago, NOCriC O APPLICATION R TAX
say part of she Valed Btate on- ewhtis wa~ atteded by a large deles- DE.W UNlAw R SrFol O CAPr.
elpit of $1.83. Oauh oan .e y wwoa of lisOr pRiD. A I LoA.
ope of $1.25. a i trt *aIm sloe from all parts of the country. On o i. e en that ell, Co--A
order. P tielyi Y rel l Utoaoe. Tuesday evoleg the members of Mt co.. a aur.ne p empesd of w. it.
Address The Sum, Ollnevtille, Fla. Moriah Ohureh, beaded by Deseouo A. a .j C erU*ae soA I. ae4d hs
M. Ovewe of Alsua, one of the val* P. Polite and D Brigham. uay. him a of July. A~. J haveed eselead
Io my ofkce and have made aUsdIJU--f
ed employee of the JN.. Foteb COo.- surprie.e when he was remembered in ax ded to thae in meoreu a we lw.
pay, Wa ta the tly yesterday ad a mos subetatlal manner, and he woerty ulSated in Al 5 emd r ,
made The Seo a call. He atew that feels very happy over his jo)oos re. lora.s wwlt
notwithetsodlag the ft thle the eotc e(ptio. o es Se S a -T
toe ramp ta chrl and price poor. ool. M. Jedeon Orr of West Virginia, who Jeeb hcru tlet I mb an -e nes of
leotiome o far this maoe bar bee recently purchasd valuable properly t'** r. cbet* te rw eem e ae-
8od. ai this eity inea the Univertty TbeII h ar or member. A. iAU
JtmN ftrlndy',e fs: Ienods aad brought his family to re. t ; da of o6 AeM.he s I tl M
Ued Mathews of Tlar was trading *se here. has amoeated himself with d o .r Ant.
Call ea the oaleritle Botllia bestmees, and the Irn will be known Trm(K C or APPLICATON Fro TA
Wors for hkeg e allo latoen. ---- --., '*ND. '.ECTION orF CnAmPt
40 bemhoe Tease ed sae for sale. - t1.) r Mi.
J. O. 0Ati ewe, Gala llU, WS... .. .--reo .e u Iaa r o vaW
.. -. . o . . .e
dated tb. S daj of Jsly A1)D. 1W. he ed
Mrs. L. L Feuar anw d Kin Mam ei atu *seweto Ia oy ae,, a ve e d e
ve.rtos ed M eesip.p wesr'e sehepplag i A'"a -meae n e ,e
the ett y)terda.. a.. ? ...r h . -
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