Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 12, 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: VID01020
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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mors AL&)at That Jews Will
Be iled in SL. Petercbatg.


and Order ReOtred in Russian
City-Count Witte Will Investigate
Jewish Masacro--Politioal Educe.
ts or the People.
iternburg, Nov. 1l-Stroles are
B duaL rously circulated that a
aO1r at. Bartbobomew massacre ol
e Jews and intelletuals has been
plane by the "'lack Hundred" u:
At. Petersburg for Saturday night. It
&'wa red that all the houses con.
'" itaf1 Jews are marked with a red
.., aroe. While 1. is undoubtedly true
'that the lower classes would like to be
let loose, no real danger Is antlclpated
S as toe police have received the most
rigid Instructions to suppress any at.
tempt at an uprialng.
Colunt Witte has ordered a thorough
tavestigation of all the Jewish mas.
acres, and other disorders in the In.
trior where t hpolloe, troops and of.
Solails are charged with inciting or
with abetting violence, and he is de-
telmined to hav all he ofeaders re.
move or punltod.

Pe lail duotlen ftr Maseese
.~t. Petereburcg Nov. l5.- e town
" Macll If St. PHteonlury is talking
the lead In the pooldeal d04atio of
S the-msses by w-a series of
pubMe lctures at wil theo w ordT'
-of thing is explained to the people.
T'e object it the metnmp Is to al-
I y the koeatlly betwa et various
4lwss hbr showing the beast aorw-
lag to all from the grpnt of lberties.
WllI example wll beh fotlowe by the
jIty of Mocow ad ot r place.
Wl r rebeo oat Witte that in
isoae regions the restioarles who are
soeekin to make the new regime odi-
Sou are spreading reports along the
peaants In the country and the lower
4Ne of the cities that tje Imperial
Maalfesto is a forgery issued by A.
Chmartla, of the revolutloanits. of
which Oount Witte is t he bad, and
Irbo bold the emperor In the palace.
Sch stories circulated amoeg the
4mgral t peasantry are a to prove
-. most daagroea fOator, a they did
wsel the pssaatry rose to support
t, LA.~ med to be Peter
as tlfo to overthrow
i The lergy throsgjowt

Uh coUntr nadOer ntroues frma
the Holy synod re adoi all In their
vw to ounterat the ebot ors
pen as repnors by saphilag to the
psple In the churahes the rea mOe.
Sr the orms. a
Demag the riotIngat hmst t"U
evernmest trea rthou. hb wn
-Ow d hby a dep meat led with
am afto oly w 9h the mob of
vm a Mrd POW410 by as flowt
-f e bridhU Uhebet Wa t tLb
esgo mL rolled the
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r 'As "ps oor W/W at tlaedt:
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I ft ahabe rennasimmiw.

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am ho wers, esso sea
nwft e at han wws bum

meameNOWdo basip meauuof me

On NdtOw k~
Pub" g.ft.. Nifv. ,1.-islm saw
m d Usadn a MILof aftm,
fowe hbdw ft@ hft t
moe to*WNW me. d~m abs
snw of at ft"ernbId aft "#
.46 a- -In- awf oof11
400 d sm, bpoll"i
b*m meOW. ft WOO v"h
*M t IdI MW 111100 40%P ft


Cholera and Failure of Crops Case e
orieus Situation.
Wahinitoa, Nov. 11.-Ceneral or
teWa the Peralan minister, who ar
rivej here yeeterdva, spoke of the de
plorable oonditions exilsti in bi coun
try growlag out of the cholera epi
demic of 19iM, failure of crops and the
Inoease nlathe prices of the necessl
ies of lie.
"Our contrU is most peculiarly anu
woefully situated jlut now." said Gen
eral Mortea, "and there seenis to bt
no reliefI in light Through a series
of dstreslMtg visitations upon our peo
pie, the Perstans are experiencing a
panic. The steady Increase of prioe
means starvation to many; it will
mean misery to countless others, and
it is with heavy atearta that we look
forward to the suffering of this winter
"Ordinarily In times of crop allure,
the Persians depend on their next-door
neightbr, R tsila, for wheat. General
Mortesa said, Hut llussia's war result.
inl with all importaonu to Peiala
being so greatly diminished that few
were able to profit by it."
The cholera has passed, for the wai
is at an end, but our people are still
hunary. Their problem Is to live
through another year. trustiln to rov.
Idence that their granLsarks ma
tilled next autumn.


Lord Mayer Parade suggests a
"Rooeevelt Temple of Peace."
Washington, Nov. 1I.-The tribute
paid to President Roosevelt in London
yesterday In connection with the lorJ
mayor'a parade has directed attentlo
heretofore to a suggestion emiaaasl
from J. Selwyn Tall lool represeat
tive of the latermattoal beakiag eer
poratiot that the triumph of the preal.
dent as a peeamait p Peetsaid
by the erecttloa i the capitaltsty of
a aqaSutW m "t1.onw t TWmpt ol

ITe author of ti project fols tha
tre wlH be ao l4ftf lty is ralslai
by pubilo abacriptlon a fud s*tt.
cleat to erect a structure la every re
spect worthy of Lae triumphal Ports
mouth. Th iuBggestion is that their
be erected a building of herot propor.
Uons to be oad for ooatvetloas and
meetings of Matimal Imp oeeo, to b
of rkia design with oraaaeutatlon om
blematic of peace ad n perhaps sym
bolic of the state of Prsidest Rool
velt In tight bads of brthrbood be
tween the aorth and aouth.

Counted O ree DOiwrse.
Chicae, Nov. 11.-A Tribase d41
patol from Derit, says tha the COo
te de baelasla. formerly Misse L
tea May Heeker, daughter od Cobsel
Praak J. Hohoer, of this cty, yete O
day was grated a divorce by the fr
ult cort of this comaty froe ODM
Sroin Hobe Joseph de b llami e
gro ads of dJliertica ad nd support.
SThe eoup were married Dee. I,. tIA,
whea the rout w as snetary of
Austriaa legatisat t WaIIia.0,
two years a the couata retired
to er father's hoe to Detret whoe
Ie hae sw e re ldd. k Iis tia
Ihe oltsls will romme h er a
aSeW. *b ro s the elod I
early llJ '

Te Aid Pere~mled Jew%
fte Fmadeft n. U1.AML~deft
ba Praseism. fnov. -4uesdat-
No omesofe of of raai me
me da y-r the'o e no baema
mW a *aTemob Mmmd. f t
lpeo to a tiwom be hs
arn so now to& sb. di
= appee for amtos pwaodo
leg Of 4m9eis, hindle ronm
opin oftmt MV Sr s m bashfto

ft d o the p 1- 1 -- 1or am
"&a m1 th .m~tIa which
to s a an d thebo w s Iwedt

wage Lkwem Okwof LON&
b.nft, "", I__-Qmmu
wsgad ylN wm lbeuss as
PinMyCki r Pdal set a beia ge a*
oila m of *eoI oe batepto Be
Swas aresg tbaeI&m o&1
sow to Vhs ingreft to be add
vw s 8) C,.POOM.. ASLw an
dOW Mae pufemalbsm p
tb a
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Election Rtwne Boxes Wore
Thrown in North River.


New York Rd or Will Pay Handsome
Sum for the Arrest and conviction oe
Tammany Leader Who is Guilty of
Commlttlng Election Fraud.
New York, Nov. 1I Attorney Gti
oral JiIusallak)er Ub .ill ieaviug 61.4
uloice after minldliti i.i moiulig ar
raungd to appear uii, a aisgilratt
in the crluinll coui.- .11uihL. tIuat)
to prosilcute evrriu i nii tLnaljt.
w.t.i oluatiOa of the nun laws. A U
rests, it was said, %- ,L bie ulade ai
an early hour and --c prlhoners iii
olude one or more o .iu utilcers.

These arrest's, It :a, aui.l, would b
I tle result of the ac.t letal discover
e of an unlocked and u11- ,.edti uUiLot buo
full of protesteId lbu ,os in tie rea
o' a barber atsop th' hlad been use
as a pulling place 1U .n election dli
trict in tue Twaet)> tII ast.ebly die
trict. Today the ultliier may be pu
before the grand jur) it is said thel
SIt will not be a qutc'i:n of John Iv
proceedilgs, but direct Idenle will b
The Irat itlormation regarding lh
adlan4 at the balot bul came to0 th
distriot attorney yesllitlay through
polloeomp who walked Into Mr. Je
rome's office with a lnrch of ballot
and aid that he hkew wanre more e
the iaue kind were to be found, bu
that be had not dare: to bring in al
he had found until kh had bee assure,
of protection.
He was seat back with a count
detective whom hle e aorted to the bar
bersiotp where the ballot box was
fouad. When the policeman returne
with the ballot Ibo wrapped up ton
piece of ordlar)> newspaper be wae
tafke lito Mr. Jerome's private ollmin
Wero were also tue attorney general
tate S prelnteldrat of Iecllons Mor
as ad averal deputies. Later As
sltant Uetrict Altoray Sanford an<
several stograri,.ers were called Ia
In Morgan deputies wore s*t ou
o rafte rards with subpoeLas. There
wU ra prt that mea Oa (the tul boa
Robert White pi, id up four ballot
bosea leatlg In tie river early yes
Before solag h'me thio morilng. At
trWey OGaeral lyer wee asked It be
bad rOeelved anyr inafeMis of th
@ading of four tlWi;l booa rhe ei
river by the tug Iobert White. I havi
sot had aay s$'b Ilaormeatla, Mr
Mayor aid.
"Hve you tb t totd of the Sadill
o ballot box.e !: the North river"
be as ahoed
"T1a, tae Nor' rivef. I have bae
SnI hlsmatUon "
At the be4aduar r ea O e MI alpa
Ownership LeAs.* It sI" m-MOOed
SAM two baet hoo- I Won lWeaMJ
a a tameiph Uin5w see sas
I ep m ** ses a peItag pin
I elesl aIt ies st l to *
SIIo O Snk10k mld
VhoB --memd br Se -ia Was. e

S--i Ie II e-taIlo wII

i e he e Mb r eIg a tal

I" &he eital 't
s iWFst O.* I 0MI. WO 9. f
611111 A r ft e e~ 0 OeWW
at. emiol e -terll e ** o as
ame pIm srs A -z a1 t1. Is"
Ie ru Oe m1 irb i
to o f a lab oS tpO eIa f
ofd bea e 3.ar b 3Mt -

ld hetee e' '.n i i Ive***

h M60 Ire N4 l s me a f-
adSem '* 0 b Mr Fve ns
ai M A Nhe 1 14 *0t# 4ager p1 **


Tbem to the proper place.


could not hep fmid last hllkt.
W. R. Hearst announced today that
&i Addiltional rowarrt of 10,000 for evi
4e.np for the arrest. (ovilatiolO ant
Imprisonment of the frst Tamman.
district leader to be convicted ot
tratids against the ballot In TueOd~vy'
flortlon. Th!s is an adlltion to th
othcrr evl'etrne here ko proof of crime
against the ballot anti regiltration lawi
In the election. Thl makes the total
of rewards he has offered I27.000.


Erects Monument to Satan Whlc
Boy Iry to Destroy.
lrkiroli. liu., .vov. 1. 'Tol'O police
it'll i.at I ilt i *. ,it.n tl il 11 unique
ul )Ol t U hilig uil litu statIon ai
K i. till It l hi't ill' t 1 .1 uiislu lltilk t to
d tian Th1 o iouiaiiliutt is 14 I t't It
heIght frluiI liutiliiai nu to cruail, lioru,
d tfigure li i pnptiliii U tu be kain bei
Il 1111 b olull it I U tI loli llog tlp l Il b .
bald a pulliat. Tlie Til'otesque. affair
l'atei d I ,a nli it uLu 'lih n un i'lin. in
th0 troni yard of 1lius, a ctitaitclln
luasaon, Jlh lauiton avenue anid lat
u!gl; a moub af bou). Kgth.'retit around it
latid began a bonilhatdnieut of stonls
thai tlhra eipid its d attruUioan. the
two police miin fltilly dlsperenlg the
crowd *nild .ial:,gi Kiardl o preveuti
s ,.'4:nlll lil P ctlitlill
1t erecting the motilment .Mlr. Mani
. .. i Ui o fiu >i|
,.,* lUble, but that old Nick told the
"lie is my tIbt friend," derlared the
old lian. pointing up at the image. He
sinpke ite fit1 anil lust truth."
Around the, neck of the stalte when
it as unavell'd wan a rllhboi of Unliteil
taties fnlh. (Clergymenn sild city of
atihaL have bwen interviewed regarding
thet extritorlinary atilon of Mr. Mon.,
hut nof uoneiirlion has been reached am
to whether his monument ran or
should neot be maJe the object of of
Ilcial station to secure its removal.


Society Formed In Cleveland, 0., to
Stop *ef Deetructien.
('Chicirn, Nov II -- A Tritbune .11i
patclrilin) ('leveland all, ToN>U
Juhnron. alarmed at the efflr'lal report
tiIl rthere have beer elhit sil surldce
is ('levelsad In the last nine mnonths
has taken tep*s l t chock hite crarvall
of iwslf.desrtioiles. li has appoint
e4 a comnmailsion. whoe duty It In to
atteiapt to dissuade would-be iicldes
from takllJa thor m* lives The
eommosslon is namde up of Director of
(marliles (eodly with A. lr*eelud,
member of the charities brravi, and
Itale Inoter illoktt P. C HowIe.
Beery man or wom le t OleolasdJ
whoe Is eooeapletl a dleld Ilavtt
ed to write a I*tti t o (the atl4el1de
omesnisalks and tell thr trobles. The
members of the omaIIll will ties
make as eert t rmve the trioble
Pbr people depO tt rom soan*m
pi) net theo cermart-l- gerevors ri'
oMtai emptol et, oilp the eea t
ad watsa of other -mft aid are-
loeed after.
All ribee m'* ate pen1er1 'd in
ehb worit. and thetr labor* so far
hase proved ea oUoftelr

Me. Is Warns. ssue evey
Mleo 1, 111. It -A dt-apet tieb
TInbLe fIg ft. oted. Miss. say
M dA f steUM, ot bIsa e"ty, se*4
I3L Is S0b .6 sloam w55t'v Peirtegs
la mth s i. was hvi etoy. an

le. a* a 6I M0 it b oP rts-te
ea *myr dte wa ea ro ssest
A-r "amod p of stele have

em o Si ai arat'i se r ara.y, ald ma
," .' t f *r~. ure* Ii **etiht w
e5 v -!' ftoee the srLe of h i noe.,
wt tlh wal. 1' 's ti. es ,tI P rs
Iiitg a **t y lpy, lttbeto *fatai
a ae l e.se*'' *'.*a : a t o' the hasf.i

s f-Ill

Ceesse ffit".e4 I.:C Aof,
i-oW ye o'e->.' ' IN.

fnys ,4 I ':e *0001 son a

toe s t&t o. o. IWO



Second Day"' Sesion of the
Chattanooga Confluero .

Convention of Quarantine and lmnnl
ration Is Attracting Much Attenttoi,
Several Eloquent Addrseel Makde b
Prominent Southerners

. ('hattlni lwo Tiinn.. No\. II.-T-'e
second delay's set hlioi of iii t ialtherb
S Coiiti 011Ci'l e on q aIIrantil e llli lt I l Itiligra-
Stion olpenetd with un linrtusil attin.
dance' over that of yesterday, lo.ulit ;2;
delelCit.o bm'lui rtcgltlred.
tlovernor liroward. of rlorida, and
r Go 'rilaur T"rr-ill, of (eorglua complete
ed tne list of state executives who nad
been ,'lwct'lE d.
'rh, flood of illver-Tongued oratory
yesterday nmnlly ls arranged the prove
arrangled program for the day. Gov-
erior Oth(lnit. tl)v'crnor Blanchard, Gov.
ernor Itrowarl, governorr Vardamaa.
('Vngrs -eman John Sharp Williame ad
many others of less note addressed the
conference on varied phase of tlh
quarantine qulestklns held the else at.
Stendlon of varied delegates untli last
midnight. As a result, oaty two of the
six formal address o yesterday'
program were roaehed-tbose of Oev.
ornor Olena and Surgeos Olernal Wy.
man. Thre more address hae
bee armlged Ibr today: the report
of the emnllttle on quarstnll al3
immigraten to which have es
referred Without debate reoatias of
fred bearing on the rspetiV a
Jects are to be oonsldered toliayim a
vista to Olclsmaugla bettl)eIde with
a drill by tae famotes Twelfth t)uied
itat e cavalry followed by a alehe i
at Port Oglethorpe and a drive ove
the rservattln and baee to the city,
will complete a busy day"
Provilalo for an evealng sooleo ha
behn made, If I he bu4aes of theo ia
ferenee rsnnot be completed witbet.
The eoaferrseae wa called to order
by Chairman (Jovernor Cos. of Tease
ee, who prunpt ly took up Itheprogra
by laitroudiuc' M3 J. bSaders, preo
dent of the Nrw Ormrns Prsgealv*
unaho, *hoir toIlrc wal "Q6a6aatte;
Itl (omnierrtal Aspects."
Tate aildre'n of lIr. Willitam I*r
mer hlelth lnd quarantlle dlof of
Pavinnih I;I., was snS eallt, Dr.
ruoner tw nl shesat., hie paer wa
lled with rher rcretary to boesee
part lor the Ir'orits of Ieb eoagres. 'l e
pattr ,it.ro*t.A "Quaratise: overs
nme t Co('oitrol."

Confederate Marflers edited.
hasllatoooa. Tea. Not., Sl.-Mark
are *saolasg the posititos a the ht
II* (f ChIleame#ai bof Thtyt lthb
Pnrty eigth sad Mstleth Nrti OCe
lIas lafastry rtiesats were tile a
Ils' edlcaled Ti North1 CLlta
vielts letudWdto Oenrr Oles. A
jialst n ageal m ebertaie. e, le
Jrutl Avery, -e ral Ray, of the
tUI. Ol-e te Mrper, -f the fty
cIth I doad el to e meN
ea 5licra s a& d a"-"Wtie -
'emaw wm I is eesteb here. A ro
e-0- ellh be tease to ths Nrth cr
tada tesighe by M 3 Penvt emp.

Ml r1.t NO I.-A & ter wMa

ItoNd by Mrese p i X Maiti. ot
Chi and -Id at a e bemeFo ye

bi he Inf A e.erd letter dge'
bIt writes. by Org Weaelag
tia. I.b S IT-. sod for Sa

WWI Croomo We..o"M's 0
gaqwta forshr s fal Nepw It.L~
SeSIA Iar i's 'h I fowy -'t

bee"" ttti ti ..''er Swil b
dWIs4 a of 044 ro o 'a S
mged 5:r :e'* Ti'. rtms ,t*~l bem
cy44 5; IL hei e'5qWt.Ibi Wai1 5
smeiet eer*~ Iht rts
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nrfor Novembir Wu Fall
OIntrUmt nd Iportance.


Order to Assist the County and City
in ElducatsIbl Matters, Decided to
invent 8S,000-Other Matters of In-
Y. terMt lpeed of.
Gitoeavillce, Tuesday, Nov. 7.
bpard of County CommiMion-
W slie day. Prepeot John G.
r, ohsirman; 0. 0. Pedriek, J.
n, F. F. Pulling sud J. F.
S motion the minutes of the last
ng were approved without read.

following bills were ordered

I H. Wienges, clerk and auditor,
S ;40 W. U. Torlay, guard at Jail, $2;
SMome Sherman, janitor, $26; southern
Bell Telephone Company, service, $7
3. E. Lambright, advertising Brust
SFair oiciall program, $18; 8. H.
W nisan tamps, *te., $6.6;; East Flor.
Ma Telephone Company, service, $2;
OUlMaville OM and Eleatric Powes
Sqglpay, lights and lamp. $28.22; W.
9, Diskinson, collector, commissions,
S'41*,; H. H. MeOreary, publishinA
Sdletorn' report, etc., 8600; J. 8.
'Jl ford A Co., medicines, te., $11.60;
) 2. Dr. ,. Dell, professional servles at
p'jtl, $10; OGo. W. Hyde, blankets, oet.,
Ssorjail, $2~.i; J . Balls, lerical
S sWk oo tax roll 1905, $80; L. A. Jernl.
S( care of look, $10; H. & W. B.
rwo (., fve pair handouffs, $22.85;
;iopr T Printilnl ad Publishiug Co.,
poindillg ax books, I$4; L. W. Fen.
4J11., osaveying lonatle to sylom,
i S Phlfer Bros., snodries for poor
1 i 8. J. Thomas, rope, $2.%8;
rA. Tbrsher, profeslonal services,
B. Flether, oar* of paupen,
I H, Mason, examination of
Ip Williams and Yoong, $14;
IRachel Roblaso, eare of pauper,
ST. L. Boulware, road wprk, $8;
L. Lartiiue, profeolonal services,
S A. Roux, plumbing work. eto.,
S. Baird & Co., sundries for court
s$4.06; L. W. Fennell,seammoa.
nlire, $80.00 L. N. Peares, soe
for road, 0.80; J. M. Sylvester,
sI k oe road, $8; Town of Higk
pro rats hare of read tax,
.MI1 J. 0. Dampler, road hands for
1ber 8 i J. F.\Townsend,
hand for November, $1765
S*. Ost road hands for ovemt.
i mi 18M0; 8. 4 Brooker, building
blige.$ ;T. R. Wlai, road over-
aer,8Ui F. J. Hammood, sundrie
r ned, d01 80; J. O. Ostoen, servio
*s fed. Si 8. E. Bauknibht, work on
read, $1.O0; 0. Fliether, work on
ead, $1; S. E. Brooker, work on road,
.=Os R. B. Simmons, work on road,
M0e; J. F Townased, servite on road,
$U3 T. L BeIet, work on road.
$.01l N. A. Mathews, lumber, $18.901
J. b. rDmpier, sei vioen road, $12
Juhasor Wailt, sundries for road,
*1L.08i 3. Stokes, road work, $1.80;
D. 0 dwards. teams for road, 840;
O L. Thlgpin. road overseerr, $0.16;
5. L. Keley, lumber for bridge, $4 801
)ld4 Hardware Oompany, soudries
Iw road. $11 2 H. 0. Parker,
udries, $7T67 H. II. MoOreary.
$er dvertlielag I00. Fee8 in eriml
mal oeas u follows H. U. Ma.
ea, $.21; L. W. Foonell, $12; M. A.
Dakley, $1 .1; 0. L. Bryant. 9.71; E.
T. HewMderon. $20 1; 0 W. Living.
tses, 1; M. T Fralek, $4.000 J. .
Flgat. $8 80: W. N. Johnson, medi.
dma for jail.l 05; 'ity of (ainesvetle,
proephtom of road tax, l1,.x.
Odeed t
TIa $ be added to thoe AWx I.
Nrdyappropriated, and that a war
alt k drawn and turned over to H.
P. RIchards, tre urr of the Alasohua
Oosaiy Fair Asoeiationi
That the eelrk be istruetd to ad.
Vnts for tw road overwoen for the
yesil b9 bidto bet rwse ed as I.".
mbor meetnll. sealed; alo tihe
1ia i .oouty ot.uvaevi
that. Weras., N L. Taytlor. .
lMaW. hPa. Barnam Uay, C.rew .
O W. Adklne and J Dya l. z~ h
leliei plied wish th law. thas
lr -a0 tbe g**nted a permit So owo
-i W51 a NseIstinc re
hat r petiaoll of the et-i.
MM of Dbift Ito ?. laktrl that
the Gedsa rea lead I ro rook.u
er bridle to alMamvi be ohasted
Sfollowt, Osmaee* at the
SrIa Te mI IIeao eo ua. ra

5.Ki. A. M. Mot av d W. F

is more than a fat food.
There is no animal fat
that compares with it in
n1u:rishing and building
,,) :. .:c wasted, emaciated
Tlhat is why chil-
!.i: a anzemic girls
': :!d grow fat upon
S'i1 t is why persons
.. consumptive tenden-
;' gain flesh and
.:;clgth enough to check
hc progress of the dis-

.. "(IT & IOWNP., oq Pearl Str.t. NVw %ork.

Hines are hereby appointed to vies
and mark out said road and make re
port of their doing as the next rego
lar meeting of this board. The alk
8herman Thomas is to pot this pro
posed road in as good condition as the
present road.
The petition of the eitisens of Die
trit No. 12 (Arredondo) asking tha
B. V. Massey be appointed inspector o
marks and brands, be granted, ant
that he enter upon sueh duties as' in
speotor after giving bond.
Whereupon the board adjourned uo
til Wednesday morning at 9 o'elock.
Wednesday, November 8.
The Board of County Commiselooer
met this day pursuant to adjournmeon
of Tuesday, a full board being present
The meeting being called to order
the minutes were approved without
That, for the purpose of taking eare
of, and to pn evde for the poor and in
digeut people of the county of Ala-
chua, that this board do purchase the
property known as the Female Dormi.
tory of Eest Florida seminary, and
that a warrant for the sum of $8,000 do
issuee in payment for same, payable to
the State Treasurer of Florida, and
that the same be delivered npon the
execution and delivery of a good and
suflelont deed to said property said
deed to sad property to be made to
the Oounty Oommissioern of Alachus
eoenty, and their seueosorn in offie;
said deed to be executed and deliver.
ed within sixty days to the olerk of the
ireuit sourt of Alaehua oeonty.
There being o further businos, the
meeting adjourned.
Son Lost Mother.

"Consumption runs in our family,
and through it I lost my mother,"
writes E. E. eld of Harmony, Me.
"For the puat fie years, however, on
the slightest sign of a coagh or cold, I
have taken Dr. Knlag' New Disovery
for Conomuptlio, whchb ha saved me
from eriooe lung trouble." Hie moth-
or's death was a d los for Mr. Reid.
but he learned that loun trouble muss
not be neglected. aad how to eure It.
Quickest rellef and oure for ooagh.
sad colds. Prie 0o and S1.00; guar.
ateed at all drug stores. Trial bo.t
ties free. _
Mr. Weber Will Intertain.
The 16th of November, 190. being
his drt analversary of irdeoeo as
North Oalnetville, Albert Weber ex-
tend* an invitation to his friends, the
eailor Epworth Leegue, teubhers,
holr, and Mr. Nixon and MiM Loole
Nixon of Kavanaugh Methodist Chureh
of GOineevlll, at hil home from 7 :80
p. a., to meet, amoeg others, Mit
Thoma, Mr. Oarrets, Miss Omera Me-
Oook, Miss Ethel StroMar. Mr. and
Mrs. Padgett, Mis Leaora V'dal.
Mic Wiloe, Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Arnow,
Min Mary Baltd, Miss Aliee Niehols,
Mrs. Bailey. Mrs. Grave, Mr and Mrs.
Karli. Mi. Lobi Halle. Mr. and Mrs.
Roger*. Ms. Fethl. Mr. and Mrs.
Thoma, Mi Hauter. Mis Roesbel
Pedrwek, Mr. and Mr. Roberts. Mrs.
Palear. Mr. .. B.H. O Miss Ida
If the aby Ie Owning Teem
Be ure a4 ee lhat *ld and well-
tried tremedy.U Mr Wnslaow. eBooh.
SSyrp,. fr ehU ie teething it
eshes the siM. alOiM" thae gum.
an JU M a. ero mWiad eale ad si
S b roe" itafrurbwea. Tw
yf-lve Mo" a = -tL




I friends of this home and coople. the 3MTAL pXSm2D 188g
Sofficiating minister attended the wed.
ding of the mother years ago.
SAfter she ocession was over several
t of be gouets accompanied the bride I
and groom to their home on the farm -- DEALERS IN-
of the groom, near Hampton, having a
e delightful moonlight ride. S ea ES1 aL D O ttO.

SNo Case of Pnumonia on Record. Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrus
We do not know of a single nstance their in Strips or Sides.
where a sough or cold resulted In
pneumonia or consompion when Fo Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
p ley's Honey and Tar had been taken,
It curee eooghs and eolds perfectly, ea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Bare. ,
so do not take bases with some un- GAINEVILLE, FLORIDA U S A
p known preparatloa which may contain ,
opiates, whicb cause conistipatlon a
I condition that retard recovery from
Scold. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar and refoue al y substitute offered. BSTRACPA
; J. W. MoOollum & Co.
No More Ten-Oenta Ima Will be En. Abetmrat of Titl ad full lalToriaon turnlshed re laprdtng lands In thk
NooTeen Sae iobeEn. esuny. Our managerbhaluved in this. ounhrty y ad
Joyed by GaineyiWe People. n I, tsy e m w ith b d Ftitle
Is utmmawy ooeneeat with Isms titles,
There ha been a revolution in the
prices charged by barbers In thsle ity,
with the revolt that, after December E B. V O L Em
lst, oofa.e will be sernped for ten
cents. The tonsorial artists feel that FIRI, AOOIDNT, BURGLARY ANJD INDEMNITY INBURANOR. Rope
seao enl is too teignlolIat a sum to seatIt a usmbe of pnvis al A mer and english ompeanes.
reei e for a shave, al at a meeting rX AL STATE AND CITY LOAl 8.
held a night or two ago it was decided G'0a.e V 3 e U* .'1.oXd.a
to rale the price to fifteen ents, or ; ---
two for a quarter, which le tle stand. -I
ard price throughout the Un C CO COted
-T A. .LA. UlA. CO[? ABSTRACT CO,, In,
(anleville has long been noted a s-TAua I NI 1L
the cheapet cIty 1 Florida 1a the The question
matter of tomeorial work, notwith. Beder reliable serviee of ry eort along she line of
standing the f s that we have here of Title the 1Ad 1 Title la the8 ate of Florida, particularly
arrest who air e h Il their 11I. Alaehba eeaty.
The brbt are aellael to i e fair t *o*lad-...
The barb*#%welaare snimd so be fair, 11IJIAJ1: AbobwlsorfMa fl Tax sale Seasebe
but they declare theansot make a *ra:!oa f n r Age oe.ih slU TdiLws T labfsse Ces
living at t*ee-ct shaves. / eW* L Owneri -at cf r 20.
the Investor. Teo w, El
A guaranteed Oure For P es. -- -----
Itching, blind, bleeding, protruding BItmefI .A Fat ioal Bank of Gai Illle. H.F.
piles. Draoggisi are nshortised so re. D-on d aO&, Baue.
fund money if PASO lrOINTMENT l__
tlls to eur i6io 14 day. 8es.

Wek at Fair Gr ead. TAMPA, FLA Nai ville
A lo e r from MajE Jh W. Te TIII I
masper of exhiblut ls AI e eo. es.
ty, dated Tampe. Now. 1,% ": ,
We are bete a&ad ry easily -. LOW RATES Bot Line to
aeooed. Thti have gmewell R and Ii
a hrd at woIrk gtlg ol shape for VIA isl., --.-
mams ea the lth. We have, as fw as a Leheile. (tso oe.

ieakae. Wo ea yo h. ATLANTIC COAST LINE "w d an
lar gspen, ad I hepe0 to11 a ** s d tin h a
make Alachua the hammer eaesay.
YMaedcwh have Ma,
&aaMd e" oo t h e& Me mom GAINESVILLE .
sad hive of *es dpautiem maiouh sepr
be as a e abb wi the mba wl uTo To TAMPA I 7 7 i 1 s-

otr lnd a hh a .nd R $4,75 -m F to .

l Tketoef as ale .e, mber 1,. 18 1I. teeriae siseeetea
iaay=. pod 11116 Am.rtd 1 1a1s"
N *yresaese s ll" to aSosDecember I a1. lM 81 toae M e u a to
"Iw *a yeara_.e fl mh A s ig te AM Ld ~ s---. -
"t M-^- ' Pl^A-p- &--l e -e I i i-e e.rt c.ae '- -- -._ A ls_ Je W ,,e
eir am = q Lme 0.o GEO. E. MHEB.R G,
&. A-i IIle ._ i o.STI
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Popuar Peo llMarridu a w lde lAND I~UNDEM

Wlaldo, ,e**b r 7I.--On Wed- Old Sores that rstfn e to heal are constant HE HtA ar n
s evm ig at 7 mcloe to kelth. Th sap the itity and undermine the cons .tietio by
W"d. Hoe. kelt by Mrs. Mary dniji Sda ygi of its ver lyie nGida, and thboe aflictd with eom0r
444W"s *nd daughters, M Ad t podeat a a- t A despite & one -treatnt aftar
sddh as4S Mr. Boloe Jobds othr t TAta y Ply sals, plasteMr; ., bt in
nnied in marriage, Rev. D. L. Bran. spite of these the sore to ha aid et deeper into the surround-
nien offsleltiaB. Some forty goerts ing flesh, destroying the tissues and growing to be a festering, indamed aad
aembled to do honor to the popoa!r m9 maum. The sorce of the trouble is in the blood. This vital fuld is
bride sad grooe. The spacious par. 1fi9dwith mpttrities and poisons which are constantly being discharge
lors were trestflly deeoratd with into the aore or ueer, aai n it impossible for the place to heal. It willet
evergrees and flowers, as was also the do to depenon extenial applaUtions for a cure, because they do not rch
nn al. owe w t the real caoe, and vaouae time is lost experimenting with such treatment
dininl ball. utela wus famished by the most they can do is keep the aer clean. Any soe that will not hfeal
Mr. and N Bate"s ead Mr. Flsah. dangerous, for the reason that it may have the deadly germs of Cancer behind
er on the amndolin and guitars ht. A cure can be brought about only through a remedy that can change the
The brie and gom, a exactly 7 quality of the blood, and this is what S. 8. 8. does. It goes to the vey
o'eloek, wets ouheaNIn from an ad- bottom of the trouble, drives out the poisons and germs with which it i
joining room. wee mes by the minis. filled, and purifies and builds up the entire cir
ter wonder a beotfl marriage bell of culation. By the use of S. S. S. the sores
gorgeous Bower.,' brilliantl lighted, supplied with new, rich blood which corrects
Sy the trouble, soon stops the discharge, and allow
rad thel pemoing ceremony was ppro- he the place to heal naturally and permanently.
priutely opeorme o eaording to the PURELY VEGETABLE. 8. S.. alsoreinvigorates the entire system, and,
ritual of the Methodie Episeopal whers the constitution has been depleted or
Choreh, and at te sonelusloo of the broken down it quickly builds it up and restores perfect health. Write for
ceremony, juso as the offialsing minis- our special book on sores anduloer, and any medical advice you are in need
ter extended eongratolations, by .an of; aochargeforeither. grggtuK FtmAgg ; O., ATlU AT &U
ingenious device, a shower of rise fell _.
from the bell on the wedded young
couple, mosh to the surprise of them. urs km Inher Ia ,
selves and the company, and the greats Dioerhao, Dby tad, l
amusement of all. Hearty congratu. Bwd T lm c G
lations followed by the many relatives Jn I Any A lpr
and friends and the social features of OS1 the Chl and MA
the occasion predominated. Light d e-I-A*I. V 51
licious refreshments and fruit were WlLrMi L L.
served in the large dining room, all n o sI o r Mt save M he a MI Of
the tables being filled, and there was be- e5l8erV, gOPAtgg W e 9ew
much Joy manifeted in the "flow of jI Se. eA W ly WW 0t1,6f Z
soul" which sprang from the affection tM WIM &et m tpMAg-
nf relativ I and nal nI pr.on t411 nlie


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Mrs. J. R. Howell and son left yes-
terday for Alachua, where they will
vilst friends for a few days
F. 8. Rhode* of Jacksonville, speral
agent of the Atlantic Coot Line, was
in the city on offoial business ester-
Nclholas Bores has returned from a
boainoes trip to Waldo. He has re-
esatly establihed a pool room at that
Oapt. G. D. Younglove left yester-
day for Newberry, after spending a
few day with his daughter, Mrs. Mc-
Dowell, in this eity. '
The regular meeting of the Twenti-
eth Oeotory Olob will be held at the
bome of Mrs. R. A. Beeker on Monday,
Nov. 18th, at 8 o'clock p. m. Full at-
tendanoe desired.
AmoLg the visitors to this eity yes-
terday was Geo. 0. Crom, postmaster
as Oeoala. Mr. Croa has many friends
here who are always glad to see him.
Mrs. Oreom i a sister of Col. W. W.
F. P. Henderson, the horticoltorist
Sof Arno, was among the visitors to this
-ity yesterday. Mr. Henderson is ao-
thority on peach culture, and has fur-
nished the Iqdostrial Edition of The
San with an interestinR article on that
Mrs. Maretta Brooks of Gainesville
has organted a vocal and instrument-
al musie elama n this oily. Mrs. Brooks
is an excellent each r and comes well
recommended. She has a large alas
here that seem to be learioRg very
rapidly.-Lake Butler Star.
W. E. Brown of Archer returned to
his home yesterday. after a couple ef
days spent with relative and friends
here. Mr Brown has recently be-
ome engaged In farmlin in Waca.
hoota Hammock, having poehased a
fertile tract from C. O. Pedriok.
Miller & Osesar's Mosical Coneert
ompanay will open the eason at John-
eon's Hall on Monday evening, the 18th
.ist., with an up-o-date prodoetion.
A number of the leading colored os-
lebritle of the eity will take part, and
Speelal oase will be reserved for white
The Atlantli Ooast Line offers a rate,
Oaseerille to Tamps and return, ae-
eoont Florida State Fair, of $1.75, tick-
ss aole m from the 18th, good to re*
torn after the fair. Train leaver
aloMesvlle at 12:15 p. m, daily. See
J. A. Goodwio, ticket agent, for per-
Mrs. W. M. Seott and son, lifford.
have arrived in the city from Florenoe,
8. C., sad will make their future home
here with the former's aunt, Mrs. O.
A. Townsend, Bst OGinvaille. They
formrly resided here. Mr. Seott hav-
ing beo employed as a tailor with A.
M. 3Bndl.
We ae ina position to furnish first-
lm basen, eoke sad olttoee hampers,
aWo eabbee and e anatloop erate
promptly at naeaao priee s. and
-eau ate prompt hipmeat on all
eemnste. 8hlpeaoetserA.O. L. or
A. L. railroads. WUlistoa Mane-
ftaerlag Oo ~illiseo, Fla. dawtf.
l oeder ato prevset pedestri ns from
"eatsig aeraef" oM h ecrst bone
qaren. tha wtraapls dowa the lawa.
be eommlmtoeae have had pleed at
earn oera, of the lot. eeadla from
btlmt flea to th eAren, wre ap-
poeees, whie will eampel people to
aian- thetr pumeaadee to the side*

Aae.eleeis diredte to the edver
tram--se of Gu W.W. Hy4d, whh ap
.I-i-ebstlben thi paper. As ha
'- b --, Mr. ye is eieeia

mbe r 'hea t a--aaad ea ser
& tnos r "aeeck up' for he
w rr.

K30. Von of Whmo, wo. the as

Is-adoeF.0 odalem
of *a be i be s Nabsa

an otgosoUm age"we""
of do swm be~ -Ad"-

amno. mws o dW

okbmw8 S ohem bepi

br ad not am N o -d ww

will be Noveber 80th. Fol full in-
formation or sleeping oar reeerraons
see Atlatie 0oast Line agents or write
Frank 0. Boylaton, lstriot Pamaeoxer
Aeat, JaeksoBnille, Florida.
Prof M. H Del,,nI wan in the city
yesterday. Prof. INlI..,d. ho 14 ,one
Wof AlasehU4 county'. ,moot effiient aid
experieaeed teachers, hes beea princi- YOa t Bottle of I
pal of the Foret Grove school, bat hao
resigned to aeeept a responsible poi- We mb sw aims of what Lquo-
tion with the Benk of Alachua. Wlle ne ow de. And no testimonials are
his frtsads regret to see him give up publiod to show what it has done. We
the proteaion of teaching, they wish prefer t eacht kkote should larn its
hsl seese hi new duties,. power by a tet. That is the quikest
wae to esvies you.
Miss Aaie RBoers, an aeoomplished Sowe er to buy tlie first bottle ad
young lady of Olearwater Harbor, is give it to y to try. Compre wit h
in the eity, a ues of Mrs. W E. Dow. i o'mm asttee how much mor
It de. ijgm' tding to te old trat-
Mia gesen is oe on f South Florida's a entI y. Ihe scores of diseases
falreet dal hters, uad had the honor which a de to ernns cral for a germ-
to represep t this State as a eommis-. id Prlee what Liquwsome ean
sooner as the t. Louis World's Fair, o
bealg elesed as one of the moat pop. What Ltquozone IL
ular and hatdsomeat young ladies in T'o mhemre Liqusone ma dilnved
the Stae jp The Times-Union coatest. asely fro a i The formula is sentto
ao & m. The process of making r-
Ool. W. Patton expects to make taeswlp i alkrcmtu', and frt 8 r14
his departure today or tomorrow for da timk- is dirted by chemists
Tampa, where he has ben instructed dlofe h dIh s. The objet is to ao
to meet theoelals of the Gaineerille t xLad a hLbl e Ualm atoe yinto
A Golf railway on important business. ohbejra U u klls amy fam
Mr. Pattoa, wo surveyed the route, of dia n bwau germ are of
will take a trip with the officials over v-e aei ea n Yet to thebody Uquo-
the line, and it is sare to slate that n s ant on hards, but hepul
In the aetrna. That i it main dle-
work of cutting right-of-way and grad- tietio. Oonmmon ermicides are poson
ing will begin a soon as this investi- when tkel laternall. That is why
gating trip is concluded. medIcne has bee so helpless I a sarm
disseae. Iq e i exhilaradag, vl-
Remember the lecture of Earl Ward tdi. rT yet no dslareI
Pearce, lecturer, entertainer and char-f is eas gr I
acter delineator, which will be de- We pu sd the Anerisa rpht to
livered in the opera house on the U apUN ltor hout teota had
evening of Thursday, Nov. 16. The
McConnell Library Asoeiation offers
thirty books fre to the University AT THE CHURCHES TODAY.
figh School If net proceeds from this
attraction should amount to $0 above List of Various Places of Worship, To-
expenses, and all lovers of free edna- gather With Subjects.
tion should attend this leootre, which Ser vi will be ohesered at the
will be full of wit, humor and pathos. various places of worship today as fol.
Admission will be 80 eense, school eil. 1 lows:
drenaeenta. SeamtonsaleatAvera's. First Baptist Church, Rev. S. B.

Rev. Thoe. P. Hay, wife aLd son,
Park, left yesterday for their former
home, Palatka, where they will attend
the fiftieth anniveresy of the oranui.
station of the Presbyterian ehoroh of
that eity, which will be held today.
Theooeesion will be observed with
service n the moran,g afternoon and
evening., ad Mr. Hay will participate
in theee service. They expect to be
absent for seral days, as the anasal
meeting *f the Synod of Florida will be
held at Palatka, beginning Tuesday.
Elder L. E. Mean has beea appointed
prieipal, with Elder Ohristopher
Mateeoo as alternate, to reprseat
the Osaiesvllle Prebyteriah ehureh.
The report of the amount of eottos
iooned up to November lat, which wee
rosed by the United States Cenuou
Bureau on November 6b., oootaise a
new feature is the way of also giving
the oamber of hale of Se Islad os*t
ton ginned, to-wits FiWrida, 19,700;
Oeqrgsia, IBM; South Oelinas. 8.740
Another report will be eased Imovm
ber 219t, showing the amuset glnaed
from the preneat erop up to te 14th
lst. These reports will be appre
elated by the growere of ue laIed
cotton sad give them a be i e Me a
to the *e*I of the arop. DsMala
Booh, the porammsat so iastke for
Rh,athe a eveornut atasleelsa fer
this seetlo,. ha sheS eat lmteret
in bavi btheea Iseld enpart Op-
rated from the ehors h apple as ha
frequently called the attaelee of the
odwlale to ine isportot ato rewe.
The Exact Thing eialred for Coe.-

"As a esrtsa rpe si sad a Me m b
pariser OChaitmtls Segmeml awd
UwL r Tabl Meewn ba sto rels k hiM
reqaid,re r m iaam O elO tbeothe
robst yet m7id eas em d Wie
eMJdes sad els t J e Oe

8Faran 1 bg al
sa lldrease e rn pn la ioh
The soa f Omm ll of W p
uHi = V age I *an
bhee f Mes. Dr. 1W. hret, M .iN-
pg. Weddo cmlg. O1e belnd6 de.
mtndto be medI baI ling a s
webst Ca shea ples .
Thie fees*ies e aa-ly assenad.I
sd a ee ses wo m. d. ae *Is
&m @#go ,ibalIngWemPW ,ee
be nabld o begn VwI N the New
IMag sa tca she els.
Wn DO eepwr.
Whise Ceam VcmMilsg as@ eI
Mib wsea am-e the I"--es
ad Am was they bOf M 6 ir
seea I istep, sad qGW a bdt I
Zoao S SW sBe *be see-
-em as se e hr 5che.

____ _____ r I

Rogers--Sudady school at 08)0 a. m.
Morals series ast It) ) a. m.; sub-
Jeet "Ohorch Attendance; I1 It In.
creasing or .Deereassig? Thr.e Re*.
sons Why People Should Attend
Church." Meetlon of Sunbeams at
2:80o'elosk.,ad Y .' U. as 89:0.
Eveoaln serviee at 7:lb.; snbjeet:
"United Heart."
Kavaseaug Methodist Charel, Rev.
T. J. Nimxo, pastor-suuday ashuol at
9d0 s. m. Preoahingarvtee at 10:80
a. m.; subject: "Break Up Your Fat.
low Groead." Junior Leafue at tI)0
p. m. Senior League at 8:80 p. m.i
leer, J. A. Phifer. Prruehlia at
Tll p. m. by lRev F. R. Bridges, pro
idtag *elder If the (GUsieville Distriet.
The Fourth Quarterly Ooeferee will
be held on Monday morolog.
Firet Prembyte rite oCreh, Rev.
Those. P. Hay-t:310 a. a., mornaln
eervele by Elder Ohrlitopher Malth
oewa. s3Dl p. mrn, tbb lh sool; iee.
soa topi: E:ra's Jourvy to 10-
rouaest." 6:4 P a P ., Weatlateor
League; topic: 'The Dallger of In.
duliae." Tt mnpera a .eetig.
Monthly eolleeton for Miaiskerl 1e-
lief end. No reisntg orviee ona a
want of the aboene of the poetor from
the lety.
The eoual srecee will be held at
Holy Trialty p,.eopel. Ohritstla Ad4
vest ad ts Partark's Oeatholle
hu.ehe .
Men's Unreseonalehaee
h ster as great s wm s. Bat
pebiloea of LAeISU>t. Iaed.. ewa
om o iamseabi wheb he reifeed to
altw the doctors to peto an his
wi te be ale true "las- d." he
aye, "we eaoemindd tty Setria
Mes. My ieW* eas eeJlt she
mdM badly klea h bd. ad re (W
dHpla bhae dd fal to 8ieM e hr.
pers@tly ered. anda s new rfaes
Ml beer eeseold 4t, G-aenes.
soehpa all drsslsae. t l ts.
The CciM *p.
the-- -ede-- d Nop abiWh sM M
-ed dao se o wg m es s IbI
small de. T eomw eom Insbe
"e we "4a0s0 lew. be
b^@ow. el haod w Iaedr a -m a
pTaes mre m. Tyt U

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,iquozone, and Give It to You to Tryw

been made with it. Its powerhad been
proy d, ( gain arnd agaii, in the itot dir-
Wclt germ duUasee. Then we oberd to
supply the first bottle free in every di-
seas that require it. And over one
million dollars have been spent to an-
nounce and fulfill this offer.
The result is 'tht 11,(X),00.0 bottlUa
have been used, nia dly in the past two
years. Today there are coutles cured
onee, scattered everywhere, to tell what
LlqATopne has done.
But so many others need it Uhat this
offer is published still. In late years, i-t
ence has traced scores of disease to germ
attacks. Old remteles do not apply to
them. We wish to show those sick oni
-at our ooet-what Liquosone can do.
Where It Applies.
Thee are the diueaseIn which Liquo-
sone has been most employed. In these
it hasearned Its widest reputation. In
all of thee troubles we supply the first
bottle free. And in all-no mtttr how dif-
ficult-we offer eachl user a two months'
further teat without the risk of a penny.

Loftha- Psie
CoNIAMoe h usses
Cams.- ( Orrh
D"Mwy- I(hLurlm
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(lowiffbas 010*4
hey Fvw.- losauea
I auc4ornb.
Misalaia- Neumigla

Miln DIee
Thu Te-hies
Tbrom 2woub

ALeI met f a o theoUnowing:
xtdaMv o lStLivr 1'roPdlM
-?s, lsadM Mll or etanth -lmpure W p
.M iw ve.--yr IAnle. a ir-rm attack.
in sueYe nwLaoam cu-s ma ritlUE%

50o. Bottle Free.
If yu aed Liqunome, and have never
tried it, ple-- d a this coupon.' We
will then mail n o a arde on a loal
dr ugat or a fiaea bottle, and will
pay the d ltouselve for it. This
1I our free git, made to anvinoe you;
to let the product l"a bow y what
it canr do. In Justice to ymi, pleo
acc pt it today, for it pIaeas ye Under
uo oalliations whatever.
l.iquosone lotau 80. ad SI.

CUT OUT T1I s-- n
nill It out VAo mail It t re uemeu lQm
peal,. 43-04 Wakli uhA., COlap.

I bave Iver trfll I I l..l l.1t, but If tc" i
*Su>ply0 akWu bottle free I wCtI taker
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Closing Ot Sale

than at any other storct in Middle Florida.

Don't Miss ThisChance

Hundreds of people uvt iprofited

by availing thetrwlymv qf tills great

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.ASBLUY........... ^M>e, 1dIastor.
CRs.. ........ ..i......Cty dtor.
J. l lU teiatl1 Travelin Agent.
A. I olff... ltL Compositn Rooms.
lfi ditrest, TALBrPoHN S4k
SA", pblished every morning ex-
d4climred by carrier In the city, or
e7 part of the tUnted Staten, postage
a& year; s2.5o six months; I.2.5 thee
r 3o cents for five weeks-strictly ia

notices u local column o centi tine
lusertiob. uad 5 cents for each additional
for display advertising anade known on
4he Twioae-Week un Is an efgbt~pe, forty-
r Im paper, pMilshed every Moaday amd
ridley, and coatnet ll the sewn of t
e* e lteal, Ste and eanerl, and will be
"MA' ld, postage free, to say pert of the UnIted
i nAt or Canada, for S.oo a year-in advance.
,a adl rtlWisil bllts become due after rst
u M of admwtiemeat, unless otherwise
e j t i t eontre et. Prties not known to us
be 8llroed to pay for advertising in ad-

8LlMVof Venesuelasays he will quit
P rse will behave herself.

,Th, Rl s Bola people have at lest got
bp' bother Tropoff removed and
I are now more seeare.

-William H. Tafi, traveling repre.
K1 fltStlel of the United States, hbe
IA P Paomat.-Zolfo Advertiser.

F ; arth-elau potmasters are the
ill y Mee tObt are sure of their job*, ao
asI they doe's negleit their dules.

Wainsitsn ane making things lively In
of the town of New Jersey. In
tsgIton there has been ns average
d~a.l burglaries a nigbt for a week.

ere Isr not a eity or villae In the
of Florida but what has better
Schools thea they had two years
ad a a ale ooes tothb tax pay.

; e temerity of the Lake Oity peo*
l t*ba to be deplored. They are goleg
ip tit to retain the Unliverity agallt
l'U wlshes of the people.--Ctro Coua.
H b Obrmiole.

SA strann r was about to boy a bottle
d vwiskey from a blind tiger man at
.t bie 4oW, wha the bet lrabbld his
p-ket-book eontalaing $67 and got
Sawnf with It.

Live Oak le to have four new roral
ft e mal delivery route 0ablished
tl that point. With good roads the
MInt outses will be establihed all
ever the State.
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We wonder what our friend, SenO
T m Frank Adams, thinks of The Ja*-
| pr ews' ertilciem of the Bookmaa
.Mi, whieh he labored do earnestly for
SSthe lat eemlson of the 8tat Ilegle-

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S The are many homeeheke now ar.
i, IagIln Florida, and the people of
. AIebua eouaty should make an effort
t I ates aome of the farmen to eaon.
h A way, where we have the beet lauds
b tbe sta.

The Bot has never criticied (orv.
E rowrd for not hanlinl a man in ,'olh
S aty of the State every thirty days,
W fee amy appolntmeat he has made
I' b neot a di repore to the eontr.
1 motwithamdimg.
.T-N" ... .

STheTampa Bay Hotel ill have a
ood ed0-oa on the waters beulaws
fm the State Fair. There Iso evry
ISasM to btliev, that the hotel is in,
S s-allet haads and that it will be
a --g d to IpeaI the patIsI .

Irsry man who khoite hia
heaor the sehooa of Alaehao esosta I
swa of the foet that s hy are boer
das tha ever before If the Bok-
mae bill did if. the preheat eabeel' la
Io bound to be the beet we er had.

The an w*h tabese o sealewmy ar
$he people. and a|eahb to (ar aPD.
eaM.awvbe pLayig the M o of
r e Alsauay oer the dead bey of
SMr. aad ahias for th0 dieeaarN
hle. Leas out at the ma. .hs

M..R, I A *0* l.

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For oolorwork, presswork and geu-
eral beauty and usefulness, The Delin-
eator for December is oonspieuous
among the Christmas magazine.
gight paintings by J. O. Leyendeeker,
illustrating and interpreting the
Twenty-third Psalm, is the most ex-
tonsive oolor feature of the nuIbwr,
but a painting by Alphonse Muoha,
sooompanying a poe*, "The Mother
of Bartemus," by Theodosia Oarrioam,
is fully as notable as n art work. The
short fictioa of the number empnrlee
stories by Hamlin OGaland. Johb Luth-
er Long, Gilbert Parker, and Alles
Brow. The opening ohapters o( a
new 0erial-a wman's aelb story-
"The Prsideat of Quae," are gives.
It is aid to be In the nature of a re-
ply to "The Evoluitos of a Club
Woman." which erased great later*
eat In the magazine lais year. There i
also the eontlaation of "At Spineter
arm.," artilel on brans and copper
uteuils in "The Oolleetr'rs Mansial.
and the ohild at play In n"The Rigbt
of the Ohild." A erie of illntrased
appere under the title, "'ome Her.
inee of Shakespeare-by their Ima
perroaatore," also tbegla I this num.
ber with Eleanor Bob ee on Juliet.
The pastiIe for obeldrel are filled
with the spirit of the season, ad thee*
is an abuideaee of matter of boueo.
e ifely interel.

Beware ef ObUmeas far Otarrth That
Contain Mereury,
As mnerury will sealy destroy the
soene of smell sad ooe pletely derange
the whole system whe eatertag is
thrcmagh the meon auort. 8aab aer.
tiele hoold nelr htsed eSi a
premnptla teo repetabe phyde.
tam. as the dam t hey wil de i ta t
old o the egedl yo ea passbl do.
.ve roi them. Hamta Ocafv OresO
Manfaetsared h i. J. OChtey A O
Toleda. 0 eastals meesary, and
to t.kea aternaIy di- eea
pa the blekd ad fin esfit e J

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Thenew I a DOat
not ripe or nauseate.
Cures stomach ad liver
trouble and chrmaIo mke-
ipatMon by rlrtiorl t
natural Saction the tto
ach. liver and bowels.
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The Ponta GOoda Herald, one of the
ebleet papers In florlds, has the fol-
lowing regarding the Bookman bill and
She new school law:
"The Lake City Citizen-Reporter,
which The Gainisville Fon says is try.
ing to lift itself from the depth of lo'a
and deserved obsaurity by gettingg fan.'
teotic tricks before high heaeim' i or-
der to ttraet attention, allrefl that
'The Punts Gord Herald isl 4te le
again, whicb Is nothing an ulml,
it4 editor is 'opinionated,'becase ;'e
Herald stated that, if the Bookman
bill should be declared oneooteitotion-
al, an extra sesion of the Legislatore
would be neceaary to appropriate
funds for the tate onllegas.
"This is denied by The lake Oily Sol-
omon, who alleges that 'the general
government pays pratileally all of the
running expenses of the school bere' at
Lake City, and that, therefore, no ex-
tra seslon woold be neeesary.
"Thus, the very lar eo'.Lal Olty
Msribe cannot see anything in ste shape
of a college or other high edodational
institution outelde of his own town.
His eyes may be so blurred with tears
at the lose of the University that his
vision is impaired.
"The verlest tyro of an editor should
know that, if the Bookman bill is de-
clared unconstitutional, the result
would be to rtesore the status quo.
whereby several other colleges besides
that at Lake City would be Intantly
revived, and the $180,000 appropriated
by the Buokman bilU oold M a be eued
for any purpose whatever. The lBord
of Control would eesse to exiat and
all their aets would beome nnll and
void, and the State Board uf Education
would be Instantly confronted by the
former )awe, whihb require thm to so-
lees faealties and pot la operation the
State schools at Derausak, Gainesville,
TalJabasee, Bartowand 8t. Augustine.
How tbey'eould do thib witbont fuods
may be a feat within she brilliance and
superior ability of the Lake City pa.
per, bat It would be beyond the legal
capacity of the State offealle.
"As a corollary to the foregoing, it
may be remarked that the want of edi-
torial discretion and ld lomaey shown
by one of ILe newspapers has a strong
tendency to prejudice the people of
the State agalast Lake City. already
noted for the quarrelsome proelivUis
mealferted by a few of ite oftslens.
Neithernewspaper nor individual that
li always 'knookilg.' wlns friends for
himself or hise auae."



Prae lly* Aeryra ilroaid train aIn
the cooutrl ill be a mail train in the
ourson of alie' time. Postmaster.
General O6reeow hasaonnorneed that
beggagemeM on train not carrying
mall may carry peekage of morning
apers to any destiasIion on the linr,
tad shat eooh pers will be consider.
ed regular mdI matter. This will en-'
able ahy e'p pl v rIeeirve their
dallie In tbMe for breakfast, where
heretofore Al ere delayed several
boon rwaltilg for the regular mail
trains. :B0t Ilhgreptest beseft will
probably be that sustained by the rail-
roads The government never allows
strikes to lotse i with the United
Stae mail or@ trira earrying it,
and when it la remembered that eteh
train in the eoontry will practically be
a mail train the far-reaching efeet of
the orddr is readily apparent. The rol.
Ing will hardly be relibed by the over-
sealoo l)Jbor leader.

The live stook-growern of Germany
are tarWi pet, &ad they are Illas
rating what a soft enap It is to be that
kind of fC4riltc.. Under a praeti-
aly preoiblitve tariff on live stock
and meats the live weight price of
hogs has risen to 14 cens a pound,
and very ordinary cattle are 15 oents a
pound. But evidently "the foreigner
does (not) pay the tax," for freh pork
retals at 21 cents a pound, and veal,
mutton, beef roass and steaks sell for
26 to 86 oent a pound. In kind if no;
nl degree tbhi is the advaroage that
the tariff pets of this country have en-
joyed for many years. but here the
pets have not been farmers; it i the
last that have been "paying the tax,"
as the meat eaters of Germany are
now paying it,

The present outlook for Bradford
county's eirawberrb crop is moat en.
cooarainfr. The growers about Starke
give good reports and a Lawtey cor-
reepondent says of tht outlook there:
"l'he rainy eason has been an ideal
one for strawberry culture. The fields
are looking fine and the sareage is
larger than ever."-Starke Telegraph.

Hon. G. B. Wells haM again been
leCted mayor of Plat Olsty.

'I a d Cemr g-d t I teM *be
wibeMe them. I we WMld areaJ wl r
ter4d liver e4d hbead w eleM takIL
OManae Cmdr OIck I feel y moebh heb s
I skeal eetsly resemIm4am the tomy es
a th bket molelre I haw er, we ."
Ana t. aS, etas m Ie. s. n&U arel w. O.


XL C. wit, Jo llb wicAZ8c1080'0rguIdag
aboerte a asII gnt dal of palm.
Swaes maed t try lallafds IMmet, which
mM after a btiLa o Ib.od Iies 8THlEL
OuLaIT ltNT VR I V81oD); h ae rc-
~u.. to asIa er pnem all exiMpress
themselves s baeig baemla I n o1w walk
withboeutraces, ad am sie to perform a great
deal d U* t labor an thae bm.'
THREE SIS: 25c, 50c AND $1.00

r0ND A0 10 W gNDKD IB
"WT. "dM. JO~EWEsTSOT, Ga ~lnee LIe.

If You Are Insured..

In a Company that is R.epcnsmble, Have a Policy Correetly
Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company V
Pays Losses Promptly

You Are Assured
That no serious lo can overcome you without you have some

) Fr Life Acidet and lealt ltsrae
None but Reliable Companles Repreeseted.

Information eheeraIolly furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Whiskiis, Wilns, Beer and Malt


Fell QU aere.a e
Reabe Club Rye .......as
NebomCounty RIe...s... 10
monefrfee BY*a.......... so
LHumans ",' Rye ....... 8I
hoewa orps ........ .... 40
Malt W eWWO ....... 7
APIslknnii.. ...... 815
Gasvamdo ..i 5....... ..
Goo ea lm .... ......... so~
North Caselima Ow .... SO
Issues" 00M ...... i
US IBM Lu... ...... s
was .. I........ 515
aimes bmmd .. .. .... $
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Begisitla.Wedesday, November 165th, d lasting through Monday, November 20th,

we will IIstitle a

ial Sale of Dry Goods, Shoos, Hats, Furniture and All Goods Usu-

ally Kept in a First-Glass Department Store.

Our regular prices on all goods carried iu our line are knlowu, to be under all competitors, and when we
e a SPECIAL sale we sell many goods at less than our competitors buy them. This special sale we pro-
be to make the Greatest Sailing Days of our existence here in Gainesville. We are( nlot giving this sale ho-
sse we are especially "hard up," but to give our custtomers the privilege of buying goods for less than they
ve ever been offered in this city before. Our line is complete, our goods are the best, and we guarantee
ery article sold to be just as represented, and cheerfully rei'cnd the money if you are not perfectly satisfied
th your purchase.


We have beautiful line of Twenty Fine Picturem, in largp oak and gilt frames, under gla 1lfxl),
will also offer a small lne of Dry (Goods at auction to the highest bidder. IJon't fail to be on time

we will sHII to the highest bidder.
for the auction.

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

Shoes at a Whcriice.
air Mea e Tan Bloeber 8hoes, regular $2 50 shoe,
l will as tis ble flor ................... $1 86
Oir Men's best 80 Shoes, in Tan and RusMla Calf,
Sw ill l as ........... ..... 2 8
lot Mem' 8Shoes, reular $8 shoee, we will close
t a thi ol* for.......... ..249
lie i.Ll0 Mea's Shoee we will l...... . 1 9
am pair Mea's Patest L-tber Blucher Shoe*,
I garaftled, we *lo1 at .......... .1 89
lot Men's Baein Calf Shoe we eloC out at.... 1 00
I' ** Se h8e--S pair-retglar $2 sbo, sizes 2 to
5, w of r at.... .. .. . . ....... .. 1

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yi ao Oe tl al .. ......
,aI6 s vals se.
" epoelals In Toweling.
teea I all eolom, worth a


InI Baffled Ourtaim.
Dome&k at haryaMs prices.
"mat no, this WIS meY
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hasak, forerly $1.25,
Nincek. worth
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Shoei at a Sariflce.

12 pafr Ladies' Liberty Belle kSho,. mres 2 to ,. we,
will elo at .

1 19

Ladles' Dress Goods at Bargain Prices.
One piee 64-M1ih Ble--lJl wool 41
10 pioes Ladlen' Dr1es Oods, worth '5, and 60 at thio
*ale ....... .......
Oe lo worthon 40 thisbe le. l
Oneodoee pieces Waltloei aI barilIae prieri.

White Dmask we olrer at. 28e
Sklrte redoed.
bksrta formerly $1 lathis sak W,
sad all other klrt ,edeod In prieo.
One lot r oaas beet 10e Per
eale, o ... .
Boy0' betlo la redeAd prire. We
bave oo mlma Boy*' Sels, adO we
will lloe out elaia Imes a price
regard l s of we.
Meo's Soie ts a deed pris .
One lot odd Salts so l)He et a1 bar
ina prices.


Ladles' Dress Goods.

2 pielw Oreen FIbrnel, all wool. worth 40s, at thishlale 18

Ono pelo HllIek Worsted this sale
O()t lot we orffr at.....
All onlored Iinnlag reduced,

Checked (Hnlghams-brown, hli,., gren, piuk -per yd.
A firslt-el Chek lHoI pun kat
Yard-wlde Hhietlae, in renaaste, for
Yard-wide Sheltig. good quality, fall pielcs
Several bolas A Oallin offered as

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iia dosen Mne's Dres OShlrt we
will serilhee at si sale for i22~e
Ifen'. hevy- ribbed ndr.
fhlrs, rola.r Ote goods, sk.t
sale 17 too
I.adle' f'tirela.- nl*ee-.l*ed
uedrlteA rleular 802 ves,
l.,acdihllts. Lague or Olob,
1iW mle. . 8.
)ne lt Me'a lShirm 19
Moe*o r* ti-ywnm li rwers M
S*elve* Bladlimg So

Men's Liten Collar, 2 for ... s
Men's Linme U ffe, 2 for .
Meo's Tie, regulr Au u.ud .
TIN 10)
On tet lItoy' Me isla. ... IN
Ot e los Bo pe' Z a . lfS)a
O los Meas's I Isfla ... 0i
08a lot Moa's 1 S lats .. T..
Twelve pair Pras worth $1 . s
Twelve pair Pas1e worth 91 T ... l.4
TrwIN pair 'a*el worth 1S S0. 1.
IDeb* Blaalaee ..... M

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y s sainga ,lpnss of Pshionable Furs.
-NE.aeml Muffs and Many Headed
Ne, hples- Ermneine teek Cellare
She Newest Wrinkle- LuxurieY
'dil FPer Meter Wear.
It doea't require extreme weather
N.i' ew York to bring out rich furs.
i 8 spite of the mild fall many had.
d.me for coats are daily sm Ie mtor
ara, and now and then a smn anek.
Spece or an occasional fur stock adore
the neck of the tailor made gown. Tbh
eason's tur coats are cut along the
lUes of the handsome cloth garments,
many luxuritoaus empire mode, both
Int lon and abort etct, bealg sen In
a number of dUiwat t plts.
One noticeable featue of the smart
art fur osta s thi rather low rolling
cl. l r, there being a decidt'absence
of the ooe faiblonable stot collar.
S ome of the darker furs are charm-
Iaf eombaed with a lighter pelt, an
Sezeetlngly fashionable combination
ing 1'emdaan broadtail with ermine:
m, lart little ermlne stock collars, by
he way, come separately and give a
tandsom nfinlsh to a last year'e coat.
IeseA fit snugly around the throat,
reaching a trine above the bust line
and fnlshed on each side with a head
Sand two or three very ty tails and
laws. Ermine collars are particularly
attractive with the rith shad of par-
Spie and Parma violet so mueb in
Tpe, and with hunter's reen there is
a tnhlgl more cbc and elegant in ap
Spearance. Stock collars in cbhinchilla
rad white fox are equally popular,
white ,futr being eminently becoming
S4 6oung and pretty faces.
SS killlful furrirn are marvelously ue-
se futl In practicing all kinds of arti~e

te deception, and frequently quite in
9peaslve skins so clomsly resemble the
stlber ones a almost to base the
eloest oltmerver. SUoe marten ts
Otrikingly like Hu asan sable, ad
baMdomnte uole and Alaska eal are
et Infrequently mistaken one for the
The nbg. g ,Irnful stoler, coverlnl
th shoulder and failing almost to
the fet In frnt. though still wor .
eavor Nomeiwhat of last auoa and tbn
esea n before. and shorter neckpr le
Wpon which liununrt'able lads. taul
ant claws aro- to h r s*%. are rapidly
begiuing tu take th*lr plar'.
A hbarmlan nbctkptel vrwu was of
Japaomo aNarton It Its ustnral rai
brown shadings. frWimtrd of two Ut
ktas. The bes uof thewe iwits we
ea d l the beck. t, h two eudae I
trent bhowinug mch nb lorgr. full taU
Amd two tluy fret. 'rTe Nrw Tork Ira
ha a prttly fashou of wartag this
bea with lth twIo hlos r ntling coqut-
tishly uon t ichee er. one cad e the
boa htsng w nd around th meet.
with the tall hanging down it the
landanre stikptre ofut Ils d e tp-
AgM may tw twougt It Nec 'urk far
a* tha '. tbeir abort stylish
arth Laktin them within the maa
f osa with muuddet bank a\Auute
IMfl this Mtema are mrnw esorwnU m
Al r"41. ti,, ol ttnRm nrumd utl
b I eadoom m. Thfbew b hu Bat
ew m-ftf are eti.rt'digtlt Itght ad
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nItn"EA H nai r

S, g* T.ai &

A Macy Offering,

Representing a Saving

of 331 Per Cent.

You may find undenkirts advertised and
sold for NM ont; It la not an unusual of-
UNDERSKIRT Is eds at this prtee IT 1
UNUSUAL. Every woman knows Its true
value. We offer you a Iitd quantity
of oomtertable, dry and srviomeble
undersdrts oa JuREmY, good heavy qual-
ity bliak rbbed JDRET, with a deep
umbrella flounoe of satee trimmed with
three mall rules, eaoh ruffle beaded
with stitched band. tape draw string at
wait, at the remarkable price of....5Se.
Postage iac. extra.

If you know where you could purchase
all your personal and household need
most economically, get the beet goods for
the Ilet money. It would be foolish to buy
*elewbhv. Wouldn't It? Have you yet
been educaed up to buying your supplies
at the fountain bead. In the greatest city
of the country, in NEW YORK? It It
Just a eay to buy them there, no matter
where you lie. and very much oheper.
Do you know any place els you could
buy the article deocrbed above at the
saae prie or anywhere near It?
t'e is Just a ample of the bargaaas
offered in our ae 9 o cataeose.
which wll be sent fr9e ap reemest.
TIM beek WuutW aitd dwmrll leW
itmmeR stock of merehandil-- eery-
thit mneded for men's or women's wer
or n the bonme. A OGeral rEncylopodla
ot the Lrwt Dry 9oo= and Depart-
mnst Itore under one reo n thio etur
eosntry. A postal will bring you this eat-
ayie tie. Addroes Room M.


supple, and sinan of tiwm are tent up
with a tuft of velvet eued u an uorn
mentation or drawn up with a silk
cord which i worn around the neck.
Klegant wula in natural mink are
niade of bye or six entire skins, eacb
with the tall of the little animal bang
tmg down tn froat. oet of baum mar-
ten and ab- ara muff--are
made of many entire skna combined.
bowing beada aad talo galore the
aerk a anbodulder of the wearer be
lag almost covered with the beads of
th Ie fasctlattag little almals.
Smart Ilttk ftr Utomeaa la mL mole.
able. aeuirrel and bleded rttch are
faahlkbtd collarles with the newest
nleeves and ui hings. ad as such gar-
meta retire but a IalU qusatity of
material hbandaoe ackets may be bad
at moderate priew.
lOur readers ma har n any q tton
re wetout brW y RteIo Dever ma the
&O ewmrt, by airedrmior Ime Dae-
. P,0 Po 3 a Madisom uSim
Mew Tork. IasIem s ters e w fteay.
Seat Liniment on Iarth.
Heary D. Badlwia. euperiatodest
Cit Watmero k, Shullaberg, Wle ,
Mwet t "I have tried may klmdso
Ialmtone, bet I have never lseeled
win* beals until I used allkard'
8ir U4-eat( fur rheomati mad
rP I shi It th be ot lnlweat mes
a1 e M 1S- i&ad tlad byI W
W.JobaMmd.R ef s

TokI tal v. I -4r esperer
au auteae to set uaeema gemaL
toealy welomd them as the lat
la-SA tolt hi oe rt Ideee te
Wte 8emmlsaa10 ,11 ated to Isbe a" f
the -leu a aud mL ti

It Ia a dhtssins eal misy whe yoo
lee sO* ~Mth. * *ld idet ua,
and "eM sm hav *sa-d (I sway.
Pr it ubeM be bad an Dr. Elag'
New PL t balM etM sar
lm- bl- ame M--a-hL

pagha. -A Aw Is and ~ u Woosalnowwe
mbstlkele. Is thebogt remedy fo Tr
a"'hs j- st W J. Wc. Neltm % a r-
Uft Tom for Tr afft %vtook" UI
w beslaws. Nov. It.. --af t" Y (le In l ma n '

to oft wb INv mp h. At j5 I loon
torme ys emserad VM riS A. lodonI. 00115 IPW -
r~ ~ ~ ,-

be il& edhI* g uIts It.

"Is aIgsPsh ow WEST 8IDE AA

gn" of ftto mom b Lsumetis .Ia*ra mbe' AT me
pmbettg ow eos so eled son aW sAT M A
Ir~~~~r Iw k~w J
~w~w ~~k ~rm ~ m week"&"" VO rt*M MO SallT
W" W o am WOW ft &roe&"~1~ ~ .
Lr~ ~~ICL W- --R, rrr~was mu ft ~ ~ C
o bwr~~ re~~rt3Unalrrrr

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TUAIMCLE ACT. OF BRIDE. Burned to Death in Jail.

Kills Her Newy Wedded Husband and Hicks, a young white man, was burned
Then guose. to death in the city jail here. The sup
Norfolk, Va., Nov. 11.-Hlten Hope, position is that ht set his being on

dolph 0. Johnson at Perqueakai, N his way to liberty, or it was done In F R
C., was foud dead in aer bridal cham. an accidental manner from a cigar or
ber this morning with a pistol in her cigarette. Hicks cried piteously for
hand, and a ballet wound through her help, but before the door could be bat At Evinton, Florida, one mile ('rn
head Johnson was lylg arou the tered dowt with axes, Hicks fell into
bd a. wK tr e bat his head the flames and died in great agony.station, on Rook Boad. 42 acr
and body, Jim A n. the only other ocupant ofgood Hammock Land; all elkred and
Johsuos had loved Jm Hope since the Jall, U rescued. Young Hick i o 8 r rn or.
her early ohtldhood H WHne wa 28 lived at Boston, GA., with a widowed ltiv 8 seringr.
amS o.l, and Ash, 1T. After tpeir mother, and was on a vise to his sala age trees. All good trakiag land.
wedding Wednead n t, a large sup. ter, Mrs. J. Z. Johnson, in Oxford 10 dwelling and other hooes n
per and dame followed, abd aboot mid. His family is one of the best in the
nigbt the couple drove 0 the bome of tate. __he premises. All of at Bargain
t omoeroo 8. Burhans Testifies After Four PRICE. $2 00 f 0
Ter aon-appearanoe about th Yars. EA 8 Y, $*25 er
bam hn t e morning caused Inquiry, Y. B. B nrbans of Carlisle'Center, N.
and woe t. door of the bridal cfoyr
her wheas broken open the omran uam. Y'' writes: "About four years ago I Apply for further partieolrrs to
fonerd was brokena pool o blood woman wrote you statlig that I had been en-
her dre Ser with a pistol to her band Itirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
'^^ ^r2l-.b^^^^^^ ES f BLSedING
and be brains oozingfrom the wound by an e an o bottles of Fo-
In hw hd, leys Kidney Core. It entirely stopped GAI n lrt
Johnson's wounds were In the left the brisk doust ediment, an innd pain and -
breaat, the left temple and a graingl symptoms of kidney disease disap- 13 A I
wound on the oboek. Bother of the c peered. I am glad to ay that I have

ahave Plbped and I am evidently euredI oA oSE
Georgia Congr marn to Retire. to stay cured, and heartily recommend PV aLs H I
Savannah, Ga., Nor. 11.-Hon. Rufus Foley's Kidney Cure to anyone suffer
E. Lester. representative In congresui na from kidney or bladder trouble."
from the first Georglia district, the dean J. W. McCollum & Co. THURSDAY, ,4
Of the Oeorgia delegation, will not NO1EMBER
an be a oanddat ha not City Director For Sale. NOVEMBER
fled the Democratic executive commit. We have a number of copies of
tee. Is letter says in part: "T-aer Buris'City Directory for sale at'The Earl Vard Per
are so many inquiries for nominatio Sun offfe. It is a handy reference 1
to the net congress by the Democratic book for business and professional Lecturer, Entertainer and Oharacter
Party at Iets nesxt he election men, living te names of resideutp, Delinetor.
uty t I next prary eloUonI with street and number. Price, $2. Delineator.
simply tate to you, and hope you will
make it public, that I will not be a S*Subjects: "Human Hearte and Hu.
andidMt, as I do not feel willing to THE SUN, man Lives." "My Brother ad I."
nderso the excitement of another The McConnell Library Asoelation
campaign, especially one that promises Jacksonville. offer 80 books free to the tversity
to be as disagreeable as t High and Graded School library If net
prchg one. I mae this ery The first le of The Sun will be out prceels from this attraton amount
noUnacomet in consideration of my Movember 18th. to 8-0.
friend who are willing to acceed me, It will be brim-foll of good things Admission 60; school abildren 20e.
but are geperous enough not to antag gotten up by Editor L'Engle and illusr- Seat on sale W. Aver$%.
onise me."_ treated by Oarsooniet Taylor.
No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough Governor Broward contributes a pa. MRS. H. B. WNaE,
Remedy. per on "The Pardoning of Oriminals," ntral
From Napier (New Zealand) Herald: whleh answers the erities of the Par.
Two year ego the Pharmacy Board of doing Board. ,l j 5.r
New South Wales, Aortralia, had an No one should mim this number. -
analysis made of all the ooouh medi- Write The Son, Jacksonville, F)l., Dry od, M
eines that were sold In that market, and order It seat to you or see us. Dry Goods, Notio ,
Out of the entire list they found only Rlcket Goods......
one that they declared was entirely -
free from all poisons. This exception
wu Oh bhethlan'e Cough Remedy, ill H OT LAlso RENAULT'S FAMOUS BREADS
'made by the Chamberlain Medicine GULF HAMMOCK, FLA. CAKES and PIES-yreh
Oolpary, Dee Mones, lows, U. 8. A. Every Day.
The abseee of all naroties makes this Paradsfe faor Hnting and FPshling ear Patreuse kelies.
remedy the sNfest and beet that can be
had; and is Ito with a seilng of seourl. - l
ty that any mother ear give is to her T'Is ho l it asder new mtssn mes o
wil oen O soborer Lt 1A. forr she atr. se
little ones. Ohamberlala'oOough Rem- R e-oM Mloa I&noetsla.etadS ee ,

edy is speelally reoommeoded by i ts = for lat ~L re5 uRalins & C
makers for eoughs, olds, oroup aod tfortbem tiMt et lSuoeemors T. J. Met e A Co.
I -oe - I- -f-v _0--- adrs
whoopin soug. This remedy ti for m LOULA .* BROKERS
sale by all drulgglits. MAs.. _J__I_ L'7_,
ndpedente Carry Memphls. S s
Memphis, Tenn, Nov. 11.--Jame H X 1lo-- C*tto "raiL sl P wlr.m
Malone. one of the best known lawyers Boom 7, Ritswoller BWUdlM
in Tennessee, has been elected may. Miss Tebeau's 112 Wet Bay Strt.
of Memplhs on a ladepeadeat Demo
erratic ticket, defeattng J. J. llitab Boarrding d enrrterse w to Frlli aarmal cs,
Democrat, who ha eld tBe ofs ge t ar. 1hbee Ie. 1131.
elght yas. John T. Walah. an as lrre e: PBA BAn K An
" 'teof Mr. Maleme ws Day School _n
sooJdte of Mr. MatON. waa deo eU vil oo. jM^Mvfl o. e.
mayor, and tbe eatoUr lndependeat tiek e ai ... S--.-..8
et is proIpbty *elted. Retras A inv - rLoiDA MAX KR AU88,
delayed owang to Iho leaogt at the tie -
et. but the*s at had ladtiate a as m irt Iet 0|ea1s ed prei e88miag
)ority for Malone of about 1JN. fnli nmb. W1l Ag
--A< W1IL
Pirating Pley's Horne and Tar. L A f &
Foley A O.. Ohkisag. oulmr tded
Hemy ard keM a thrnat aad lagl Of All |,|||,.
nmed, --. 'r ge p Your a" Cear "
meit and ppealatly of F leey's Homey
lTar may tol-to as ordered Ae we.s saa e hrr tMe ar Sawe Agets faorOATC ar43ll
r tl tm el. Tsee wrth tlees iiSi 'I ti o .t
tatiom bes amRlfar roh median g- a mme euemm s ,--, 8e --e -
lewre of them. Teu 81a h, Ma e| I f m m IS & wn-ao. ..V o
1,'. DHoe, IMd Tar is I. a yell- .asue MssfW sag-est. eeeg 1 S 0 -

pw 1

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-- Better, thank you IW fact, quite well. Regarding the Movements of Some of
S F IDA Ft, round and full of life and mischief Busy itizen-NewNots. Air Line Rdilway
Pink and white* des dotted with dim- Lochloose, Nov. II.-A. 0 trick.
Frop-- iVes. No cough. soe indigestion. land returned home Wedne.-dty night FOR
FT=g FrHoA VariO All on account of from a short ltay at Starke. .....
of st.*. toI,,, slandGrovE. CO, Te. Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
T IMPORTANT EVENTS 1 1 11 1' cn of theenuntry vi. Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
I e o lied with another shower of rvon Fri. *
,,n-Th. L.. of ....- k,,-i .. .hd^^ ,.., ,,. ington, Baltimore, Phila-
In "The Land of Flowers." day, which was needed very bft. IngtOn, Baltimore, Phila-
"Solled Down" to Suit the adminttered by a mother whose love Jack Cabb was a visitor to o r city a d e h ia r
items of Interest to was tempered with common sense. few days ago, but left for silver del pha New York,
She knows that OZOMULSION is Springs Wrdnesday.
S to have a lecture a fountain of meergy for grown-ups, Clyde AxlineofOrose Cretk was a Two Elegant Trains Daily.
winy to have a let too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes pleasant visitor to our eity Thursday.
winer. i)plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble J. P. Tompkins returned home Seaboard. rEr ss
to have a steam laundry, folk it i# the chief nourisher at life's Thursday night, after short trip to *
Alvarez, proprietors. feast It cures Consumption when Jacksonville.
inrv, colored, got three takes in time. All druggists sell it- W. P. Tompkins returned hI n Fri. Seaboard M ail
the chaingang at Starke for So cents and $t.oo the bottle. Let us day from Gaineville, where made
send you an agreeable visit.
crops in the vilitof b. J. Haymsns returned me. Fri. M ODERN PULLMAN EQUIPM ENT
have been sufferng-loom Write lett...
In. Write letter orpostal to A Powris Accept Invit.t ion,.
e town strt ar, is OZOMULSION CO. ss. Petersburg. Nov. 1i.- 1 rthntlys Only Line Operating
to be in operation by the 11Pine Street new York all the powers have now na ;'td the Dily Thr0ugh Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonvlle to New rl
fo 0 0 Ho of Tuke COLD MAID SALE. represented at the teconj | re con
f 0. Hood of Turkey reek OLD AID ALE. reprene and t the program h Ruon For full information ard sleeper reservations call on any agent seaboard oe
a by a moeeas.snake a few People of North Usinesville Will Have sla will submit for the consil., Ion of write A. GQ.MACDONEl 0er A 0 LSTON, Ja,
K. but prompt seon sae ble As G Ps r Agent, P ^. ,^ ^j1'as.enger Agent,
,but prompt action saved his Big Time Monday Night. the delegates at the Has ie- being JAKsONVILE LORIDA
The progressive people of North elaborated at the foreign of ,1 JAO KSONM VI FLORI A.
est gamblers are having a Gainedville are determined not to be d4te of the ionferenc has ,,fante.
*b One man for running a outdone when it comes to eniertaiu- ly fixed for aysext. C L Y D E L IN
table was fined $50 and the ing. Their latest venture will be an
10eaeh.b. Old Maids' Sale, which will be held To Hold Pan-American Congress.
town by a vote of 69 for to 8 Monday evening, the 13th inst., at Washington. Nov. 11-The 'pilomat
voted on Tuesday to bond for North Gainesville Hall. for the bene- Ic representatives of the Soi,'i Amer
or the erection of a county flitof the hall, which needs repair. lean repubites to this conr'ry will
I building. No admijilon will be charged, but decide on Dee. 7, whlch co'nry will
bools of Manatee county will refreshments will be served and in this be deslgaated as the meetlii pace of
Thursday and Friday, Novem- manner the promoters hope to realize the next pam-Amerlcan congrt which
and 24th, to let the teachers a few dollars. An excellent program Is to assemble in 1907. It Is 'ly that
lars take in the State Fair. has been arranged and altogether the Caracas will be the next ( ventloo
rpeantie still of Peterson & affair promises to be one of great en- elty.
,ear Trilby, wapdestroyed by Joyment. When You Have a Bad Cold I'OT R SA.ILINGOB EAO. H WEXIC
ridaymorlnog. Lose upwards The following unique invitation has 'on want a remedy that%%iWll not Mirw zjr
with no insaranoe. They will been wrten by one of the North only give qulok relief bha eff.et a per. JackBonvnlle and New York,
I Gainesville young ladies: onlica relIfJacknonville and NowY ork,
r* ,- . ., .manent cure. Oalllngat CHARLEtTON O., both way.
0. Davant, Jr., of Brooksville "Your'e requested to attend an 'Old You want a remedy that il rlve Calling at CHARL TON S. C., both ways.
admitted to the bar, after a Maids'' sale; the lungs and keep expeetorai ,n easy. The Pihet 8tsalSlel il the CoestWiM Strvice
I examination at Inverness. We hope you'll attend without fail; You want a remedy thatI al cou. The Clyde Ne England and outhe-n lines
Bullock taking part in the ex. The maids will be sold aooording to teractanytendeyytoward p onia. e nglnd the Li
ion. weight, You want a remedy that i- pleasant Direet Service Between JACKSONVILLK, BOrTON and
Baptists of Oasla are out in a At a pirfeotly proper, reasonable rate ; and safe tso take. PROVIDENO and All Rasters Polate
| protest against the liquor traf. So come one and all; 'tie your duty, Obamberials'a Oouh Remd y meets Calling at Charleson both ways.
ld they will do all in their power you know, all of thee requirements anil for the B 2&LZ-"W:H 3E3:LT JA Ilr.&lTNO
roe the law if Marion county To ee that none of he maids sell speedy and permanent our,' of bad Southbound..... ............. .........From Lewis' Wharf Bseton
br local option. low. oold stands without a peer. For sale Northbound.................. From Foot of Catherine at.. Jaoisonville
Seaboard Air Line rally has Herb W. Edwards injured. by all druggists.
a double daily passenerservlae Herb W. Edwards of Dee Molnes, Civ St. J u ver W
enTamps and Sarasoo to o- Iows, got a fall one alatywalk last y XtrJa3 e OCAeR9) Between JACKXSONVILLS and SANmroD
tathbe heavy paenger ser r. winter, spralilog his writes and br. ------ toppln at Palatka, Astor, 8 Framelsc Bereeford (DeLand), and Inaerm.diae
er that division. log his knees. "The next day," he Landingp on St. Johns River; eommoneing Wednesday, November 1906,
es for the asommodatlio of e ay, "they were e sore and tWlfi was D 'R. DVZIRB B. MOR R HTKAMENB
e people will be opened a few afraid I would have to stay l bed, but CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY"
that place, Juost over the I rubbed them well with Chamberlain' * * Are appointed to saU as follows ILeave Jacksonville. daily eteept ater.
Olay ooenty. Itwill be out in Pain Balm. and after a few applies. -- days, at Si p. m. Returning. leave auford,datly ezeepsteandays, atilOas.a.
and will, no doubt, do a tions all soreness had disappeared. e ove. r i, "*1
business. For sale by all drugglsts. o meae or tBM.e.. ..er .r....r. J a o*viea.... R.M.DULK .C
raent amp I e a ---- laeav.... . .1Jaske illet ... ... .lArrvets m
ent teamer G Rve AME 18 PLENTIFUL. 3 A. CARLISLE. 46 .y....... ...... Pak... ...... ..le...
e t4e apper waters of the ____ J .. ...... 4.. .. Assor .... ....... ....
river, where expert chemists Gulf Hammock Abounds In Deer, Tor. ATTOMNEY AT LAW 40 a........ .........f. Frasels............ ,00
et the work of hyr ath. key and Other Wild Game. And Solleltor in Eqaity Arrive sDa...m . edu ) ........
Sew atile ss John L. Ohser, who e aed a .. ........ ...... Water ............ 10
mah..ala ,,. fishingI. olfl Hmia.e -. Ivan .M business prom EER-AL PAS. AND TICKSTrOFFICEiW.D BAY T.,JACKOINIIa
S at 1oPl nt 01r.1 i from Ott9rOrrek, Is l the eity on a0 tended to. Ofc .i;,1"- !ortoSu re Ac*
| p1with fat the liga p D io. t o.u.safail. th i. A v #1, a w o.6. ...... .....a..... ..........
iey e that the 1o(n tim plentiful a Golf Hammoek, ad the F DINAND BAYER. '
aN e f thae sNt" a iabl of a deer ie mothil easemmoaei. ATTORNEY AT lAW, eeml aM, I ml. s iS*. e.o eau l Agpes
Wak Ie in e ar A day er two reay, while out S F -..
ehendayy. te ease ofd te se of thfe shermeg le a eimph, Ao T -k Th" A + in4.' *+ I .n
ebward Sstest. eMlered. served a deer swimlog as (*be h 8ll yeaor ity prpety rM, (in.L L i
pA.J. Geuoghes Isa.3th, M Ieatem. Being in cle proulmit Oib. 0 tl fg FORa ALL E ARTNHLY PITS
It a vl ets c medlr he aed m aMpproarhed the almal Sad killed aieS wh- eo rforsle. 31 0 ALL [ATL
*. T hejry was out eight ies wet oof e boat eas. _ -i 1 e 11s Via Via iT Vr
th-e hntb mmJnock. wh 3 Noertbh. f"rn wIt S18ioj,
Mgh"o. oen oi et "i n other ATI'~ NiEY-AT-LAW, v,,,u^ ^,m e-uui .w
is.s .y ,mpos ,, if --- .. roni I. c~ ,msr.. .Rapid Transit and Urmiurplmd S.rvlo*
"-" *a-. CAaSTOReIA i" "e A--p l. 5 6 ,l'
fkmneg fro e seaseia.e G llAU O INVILLZ. Aladhua (). yuA. Depart For OAIJrESVII.V-M Aief Vm
S-a a deleale eadianna is 0. .-. M.n. O- .s Eadel l gop. Nigh Sprap and be. Sam
m1. The, is a t. 1l T n n nA l M ---- -...- Dlly .md'. Pola Daily ,
I etB epeedWl rme .y min tere. ...

Uned ew P.W -Bs S gy 1pD. J. ALDLAMARW, pa:lsy lnt ( rMo. urIa Tew @ &W Ily
71. 4 IM t .Pai. JHe aDaily re "

Eh 0 1% a be". by FIM BIG SALE.TIIelorth. KW a" Was
The Oew Yerk Nu*e wmo eg' pOerSlwna0"IGOl210 P u i1110Pprisw. Wayr*s. age" ai p
ee. ~ __________Paily Alam.ASI&OW &aIPIG iifl SMWornAl
Adwd~m DWO of Oft serwirls

As w Gm. Fu* be mostby a* p op ciw,. *p&a
soft"" own lift. s these" im tisme ofThe Us., D&lh. I L T1). bo som "ACUM
r to ase" O jNee Yock "asrW Ow
sate. hb now. ULmas&
-~)~ 1~ isIY~l~ C~ uiOOI uWad P- ds
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sa A LHeAooght wI Mis-t el it ycedsy.M d
TTHE COIPLEXIOIN B t. Stte! Site! OGrlf and Str *
aBros. Get te bsbit. L. J. Brkblm.
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in S hort Paragraphs a dty erdy on a shop. rite for Our New C talog
'tS un. dS IodMe haieeap er of Drano 104 Pa
we" Wh M"arm, ,
'I bk. w 8j. a Thoa..ys o's. 100 a s .. /k- L* Illustrating.....
1I .Sp e r seekwa at -ars -adss o Hiq shat i ernr ived
k shirts-best made.l-at Mlaroa I1u t stft ad wil) ipd
a i1e'i. en tors nAooj. t sJ Diamonds, Silverware,
Ladin' lfacinaten In iaU olon at J.. Wl or Blwekhbw Oa..
Mas,,,, .' $ "e ae t "i'"e Watche ie Platedware,
Get your baked goods st Poornells 0B Isr oee lte Watches Platedware
oCI.k.ry. .BmNr Bri is belg relived ;or pavoemet Jewel locks,
Rye ad all1 gre sd as The 8. J. NI rpe e wh i ill 2 be laid I. front of She Por.
Tbom ndW e, py Noee. n 4 WIwor" *oowe om.M i tr t. t . at e A n hmainer ee.N.
l" UcI rid l latest s typles to" Tn Ds let to spply yourf with No. (250 HOLIDAY NOVELTIe8 .
at A80 ole. & a ,MoneyM wingras -a;rt d' while the price bolds
Stov wood for sale. J. N. Bone, ft ld 6Sod 0a 0I pooBds for $1, in liver eor-
'pbo. 19. St. o tasss eas r eheke, a 0. 8. ereboan &
ee the Zilon safety rsor with 24 she sosftG.renule b eC rb tymCr t1he UU U.,
blade. as Baird's. bou of wt "How to Make Monet in 8tocks."
Undrwear and hosiery of the boet eb ebs ot y Writ fIr ree opy ad participate Jewelers and Importers,
at Martens Erdel's. PSWARp OLY r big profins. Bernstein Oompany, W
at Of ct too o f n kl. n BrokeL 800 Broadway, New 41 West Bay St. - Jacksonvillle Fla.
mnace esop of chokes to offer by Nt0tnel Tolet Co., Paris, Tern. York. 41W s Ba St
0, 8. MerebBt & Co. Sold i Gainreville by J. 8. Bodiford t 8e.laid bu returnd from
If you wnt a raineoat get the habit A Co. and J. W. Me0ollm & O o. V tv his old home, Hawhora. Mr. Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention
and L. J. Baerkh i. hese h as been sofferint with der- 8ATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Mu. A. F. Biiow of Oyril was shop-. teteoo, Doulap and Yoemas bhat. oee feetr, bat friends will be glad to
plng In the lty yesterday. 3 Maaue. learnhat he Is mueh improved. t
B, R. Colson has returned from a Wright bealth oderwer is the best, lrtelpal W. B. Bell sad wife of the
brief boslames trip to Lake City. at Mateso Endel's. Hawtb~s'hool were In the eity yes-
Tbe bet shoe are made by Edward J. R, Feser ofr oohelle wu trading terdr.a. Mr. Bell Is one of Alashoa
1lapp sad sold by Marouas model. In the elty elserday. eopnt2'9 eathoslastle edaestoro and
Dolap shoe., She best nl the city, for Speetal acting sale a The 8. J. be report the school at Hawthorn in a
$1. Get the habit. L. 3. Buakhit Thomas Co's. Monday. thriving4ooditlon. I
M. Forman of Alasehb was amonl G. T. Keosard bh returned from a If yoo want to spend an evening of
the vilitons to Malaseville y estray. boalnsO trip to Tampa. rMt *ejoymena ahd help a loeal dua.
ll 6d ept one of Dr. Way's mouff A limited qeantit of Snuthern eed ow*l asOe, attend the lecture of
les *at L. J. Borkhln's. Get the habit. r oye a o. 8. Moneban & Co's. arl Ward Peroe at the opera hooa
Robert Youon of Jakeo.ville was 0, B. Davis of 4ive Oak was among ThOe r i t. b oadvertismes.
nregitred at te Bhrown House yster e sisters to this elsfyessedday. m ed t Avea.
day. Breadelotb, Danlsh loth nad ell Foreashion, ft and fialh our "Em-
IlntyoDay or springg" oats for seosonable d~ goods, . Manspe. pree GSode" and Zegller Broe'. ladles'
Sed tol be found at 0. 8. Meroant & The beot line of sweaters tothe eity bae i wel sand tuor, sa nos be
o.monly L. B. t the h o ti.d is the South for the money.
Thtoo onl$ ao L. Js, Berkhlm. (el tes We hav eAr one value In low-priced
The dit", re d to" udwer forthe T ho valI, trvelln t b ags ad bsho lor ebo de petoa L. O.
rladl on atlo, owesO proees. J tYl. elwope of the best at Maclsuso mitb north ide square.
ende. edol's.
It wooant the best hrate lat the J 6a r eOved-10 boys' ad abil
Boward-sots or Derby-st amiooIs drean,' salt Gt he hbit. L. J.
Dadeol. fMrkbilm. L I m I m f
o.... hill 9oy Gtast o ar A od b o o t- |l ea or~Pa I O THrI ONI TINENTAL CAFE.

th K rba Mlo.ng sod byo o e foun dt.
pRaicts for ladls and entlemen, i,.room otta for rent, fur- Fames tmtld ra. rp n es in a. Se..
made of best ersvese*t*, warratsed nJedodr enterathy. Apply o J. VIes Uuaeled. Opes Early sad Late.
waterproof. J. MPraeo. M. Jilowellc. dH. "f Oy o" clo n bR[ Kd( h lr.- M '"De...o agn wa
The proo? of the goods i in the Amno bell 1 t *try prop. -Ob. Drelllu wa trdin I
woli. n I, you boy. elpblos Mar.t *, r tt Prp h.n. em. M. T.F. t rT tNrai *
erv for eI Grs% Sytem-
ous mhdel'o you nod ao proof. beur, a flhbeapest s teie as lue" Mill Allm 0at of Alasbo s wuas bop* T
S. O O han af i~lrr O bw ks return-ed to his pi, Is the@I. r" et_. UNDERTAKIMN C.
Oba i Evans of slsad rovet formed a bome at Kmenop, after several day- W. L. IwIs sa l so o, Clyde, were in .
trio f 1 toa isct o" rday. epes with relatism here. se eill f e-e -s yesterday.
Turpentis eaes for .ale t this of- The Iaroe sad bst adorned Il e of 0. MIMees be rested hfm a PIL LINE OP
Sle, 05 per doan, 8 per hbuedd, eoued and bAeeid ipndso tl Gariu* pS eyr viMls to latv Ua Eik.
.h most aeompay order. Idawf v l at I Ia I V ury. Mrsr,, ,. V. o NEW 000D...
Did you yt 0 pounds of gaulated Doet boy a senar a ay pr ice a of Hawher, was g he c ity
slagr for $19 YIw, all you wert, at |il yes Iall at MarCas B ael sad *5 yesterday. AoGEss roa
that price, at 0. 8. MnlastA Co's. how gpoad sod hp they Iar a Majr W. R. Themes lef l mght NOIIUNJE S w OlT
Iewarl--lwill pay *0 rard for o S Mereet & 0. have. Ie TI E lfo teyw ..,t p he
appreheslon and end vtlom of paty very 80s, at t rkeLs, both gobbolern s for s oto ihie stabe. w|a. s s
or parties who mutilated mny Irrigatng sd heae. Coo m e ee t n buy. lo LI o for tho lades., rsho foe the ..
plant.. Jhn Fleween. Prof. J. H. .O. of Roebelfe. the ,boys and aboe o r beo Mma. o p. be nal as ousse e mas me m
Miss eale RuOn)ll, an employe of elileat prilpa l o Marsha Perry .n. r and better sha ethes J. Ms. ~u. 1MI S telesr me s
ke State Hospital for the Isee., was stittel, was Ia the eity eCeeua. HIe mc.. e" l seede
Ia the elft for a (ew hours yesterday )y epo tp e school hIa euIlpt oodl* Til H. OaCo, of t heC nMd Alsoa'a d
bhlvin come on ometl bsinaes. I hs Gaeaia y. cor T. H O.,.meeh ed e d fb l.
Perlfetllty natral.iu Rirbbo. ,on- Whea y oe ast a pla eat pIhyic s the Nis u wes yes ealr a.
om sad Vasill are just the psi. ee* CheatyOhabee Stomah mud ivero Onei aim paSe' pAe
cetrased eatraeC of the fresh frat. They are ateb a Age pt e pl I fyaw pgtghofeu
'lhke lee Flavors perfect l" dum M e era ue pre .t wll ?*Ie alDirie
Dr. L. Mostgomry returned ap ate oet. o i all drEggMst. i f nd e dr e d .yewees wlhe Obtmo -
"whr"has be""n ""to"a '"-r""y'"" "s' -- t '** 5 Um* * achua Pool Pdre.

atloemasat 9t. Luke's HImpital. lrAU 1 i10. "- --I--------------- f-
WaSd-Good ** too o o ic TampaC; Ch~~aavua, Tua., Ja it~ ML. GOne plM-es ew tb Oesig, tl S MWS MW IT PAGB
wasge"$ p" week. with mOm me81 Dr, 3. W. .E l, St. Leek, MmWI Dear heavy atsoebny Te the
Tampa Bay Hobtl. Transporutal-e De-t to with pisu a thM I- a la mSthe Paer.e I ido
frneshed. Addms Bos I@. C'sty. eaen* yew Wedper 0 ds ai l OOuW, 1 NIl u* IJTII Kld*I
(ore M. wrefht ht La sad us ? g rOf wves Uv plug v1188.
Joseph Dsems of Orlando. weo well oS1Ee Y -.e.
o-ws sad poptar truavl *. w a Ure p o
tn the eIty Wad will speed Sead y er. '[ ...0 ghin S
It ryote ve poputy sad want to sell A TMI OI. A Pl *Af 3 4
In. eOr & Steetber. yIf on want O m l teid t IMh pdM Pal8ms e nsam n e des- I amy D
so buy. t wold payyou to w e hem dwe.Bafnt O00, aMs a CoM f a paisnd a y. r *MI. rr the .. M
&se,. u they havew m desirable site kid ey sal Mdim e e llM lmu e la wM ist.d wll sl i Vsges*te
Mr*. Jih IFrisk Md MaMeW Ollte a a rt. ....; | Pt" to i ii
laUm. of High lob fi pass"r 'd h and 4 a 0 t
ttbe etlaywtrday et rg ute to Palatska,m,. e &W MI 1| rU INP Lt
where they will vili relatit for ai w MoN,
toe dare low. 11"P "wo'" JA. P--"M '
Earl War Poue. the to" .e- ON* sa~l w,,-- O-n w ad M o lpeote d.r. T%,M
Sere willapper at the o boperh =se ass a aemen5 ol ass ** A5
- Thurtday ensi*.l Xa Ir M. for I^ ta t IL B. Dv CrAw r.
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