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 16, 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: VID01024
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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of Rasia Decide to Spead
iintr at Sorakoe Solo.


IDelgtien Are Working to Soe.
SCeO.perallewAf Werklngmen's
mnistolen to Assist Them In De-
md for Setf-oveErnment.

Peterbur, Nov. 15.--Mmperor
and the Runsan court will
to St. Petereburg this winter.
time ago it was announced
e emperor was about to return
winter palace I n annex of
Count Witte has installed him-
t his majesty has now decided
from Peterhof back to the Sar.
lo, where he has been living for
t two years with the exception of
t months spent at Peterhof. Ex.
ea the oeonlos of the ceremony
lIg the waters last January.
the emperor narrowly escaped
owing to a mysterious charge
pe t in red Into the direction
Imperial party by a salutag bat-
Sthe emperor has not stepped nt'
the winter palace bor over *tlh-
Smeths. His decision not to
to the capital l regarded as nu
uate, not only for its moral effect
because it keeps him surrounded
court influences and out of close.
late touch with Connt Witte who
the present tim should have daily
almost hourl conferences with
embers of his majesty's entours
strongly advised againstthe em
being in St. Petersburg whbe the
tal assembly meets, as well as
aoiunt of the danger dl popular
oet of the capital this winter,
ling to the emperor's mind not
at effect, the fatal results of Louls
agreeing to leave Varsallies and
himself at the mercy of the popu.
oof Paris In 179.
The Polish delegation here are work.
to secure the cooperation of ttp
Aberals. Social Dmocrats and work
ten organtrations in other general p&1.
Itloal strike to aid of the Poles' battle
Or autonomy, but tLue far, while they

ave met with much sympathy. no
ctlon has been taken for their assist-

at the ntmal of Lieutenant Frolot, of
the Imperial horse giard, who recently'
sabret% ofeimor Tarle, of the Poly-
technic Intitute, have Joined in a pro
posal to boyott Prolol and all tie
other offices of the horse giards un
lees the lieuteaat clears himself of
the charge or reasM within a moath.

DosTri runrN or O soma

The Government Will Give Away Pack
aen Aggregating 8,000,000
Wasalngton. Nov. 16.--The annual
distributoa of vegetable and dower
seeds by the department of agrlcul
tore will begin on Dec. 1, ant befon
planting time it la expected the entire
amount, agglregatng 38.WU packages
will be in the bands uf the people in al
sections of the country. Congess for
the past several years has appropriate
ed $290.000 for thls purpose the proper
lion of the amount is used for the ex
perlment work and uther kindred mat
terms. ~Te bulk of the thirty-eight ml.
lion packages is subject to the order of
senators and repreeentatives for distrl
button among their constituents, the
secretary of agriculture serving one-
fifth of the entire amount to supply the
statistical crpe correspondents, the
weather bureau and for other purposes.
The country has been divided Into six
sections with especial regard to ll-
mate and special seeds wil be sent
only to those localities in which their
propaganda and believed to be espe.
daily adapted. In addition to those
of the vegetable and flower variety,
department sends out quanttltes of cot-
ton, forag eand field eeeds to locall-
ties to which they are btet suited and
from which it is nhougt good resu!tN
may be obtained.


Russlan Jews Wfl Come to This Coun-
try to ELcape Persecutions.
New York, Nov. 16.--Jacob II.
SchlLff at toe annual meeting of the
edlucatlonal alliance last night referred
to the conditions la Russia and also
spoke of the Jewish race. He said:
"The tuirmil in Rusila must have
somne aeroiaa Cr'litiqunceIs to the Unit.
ed States. It will mnan an Irmmense
immigration aud* this country must
keiep Its doors wide open to allow those
Aho flee from itiat country to eintr.
'The Je has a large and generous
heart for those ffllc'el., and will aid
great hostllals and like instltutlons.

fill! when It come for a Jew to con-
frlhuie for the head. for education.

nothing good can be aild. There are'
many races of the Jev. fire or six at

Count Witte, whom the deputatlon east.
aw was extremely Arm declaring em "he Jew raer cross thbl coaatr;
phatically that the government would a.l they will unite in making the great
do nothing for Polanl under compul vit Jew that ever existed, the Ameri
4lo, and that martial law could not rn Jew If we want thief, we mes
be abolished ntill the separatitl move. dn or duty to that race and ia the #4
paent comes. th,. wrl, will ge the benefit.
The premier declares that the most
of the Poles could expect In adtlltoe To Decide Canal Qelolen.
to the rights granted under the reform W ai. Inton. Nov. 1 --The question
Illailfte was a separaLt general see th,. hcr ,, anatas canal Ihall hte
,*tvo for Poland and mualclipal elf ,,a i,.W,.o ,r a I I-k caaal will have t
Orer1ament. t. .iclt' 1' 1 !h!in Ma ey few da)6
The Polih delegates say that over Ail tie menbere of the board of 'tA Pol primer ar laaLUilS *i sullting xnr!n ne rL te .e* reture*.d to ie.
Sjaills of Warsaw. The radical press ity of w\ailal,.n ad eipct to mele
ai sot sparing in the denunct every rda orf this wuek atil the balni
of the government's aeto in put- ren:,l.i.n hat* h.n rearbhed Iur
I Polad umadar arnlal law. the r-' 'ar has hbeI- observed .ler
that It I a lal vIolatio lag th, n ilag thatbr Itf i a yet I
Ithe pirit of the reform maslfto pc ,' I., rate a del6alte stat*l ntl I
le ldet itLht th overaseat kha : ,t re.ul; After It has bs doe
its Serv, M 4d 10v deterMied ilded *lltrn t)'* a rcantl o aopt. a
m 8rwe me If Y ecesary to rn rwWer" will be made l*dleatlta
d ii.6err.r Iri nature. bet set ims lt s
[- SgiaZ thbeagONt t O as0 ay etails fly that time the ltoS
at the 0t s.MM pMnrs oaferr o f absunc* 4d sst of the resig de
the aw ld mp f the olp w egoatpet to ) t*erd n will hai Ipvred9
sI w d IA A eil l eto etrl a 4 tlw .1:: 'I, I or their rsfpetlve
1bhere 51 e m rj* an Me eoaltrses darkest the l at LJap of tbl
is peth f i t-. At the .eL
as*, a ah demn ....m. ...ia
So Owwe fI e00 La"i Caergd walr Cenae Lel
P en* K n w*ta4. ^ th bilo nn oI 1. --m re pr et
AMr. het bee -0marimg cari a w ianfrM strtez& taA4a
"0&10 4f OM WiWa MA"tUU gA atr p,, Mae a t"ay aJdg
WeO *rh 9 01(be menipal egt. 110 I
TI Mdel D tbOt er -w a s d to a* waarrnas fS the as
11r1110l0fOw me of T' ba. W laW as. on e
I stlMse I ofi le- Ma Ib mie of -i,&a. itel pein r*eI b;
hav 8 sm ll0 r. bnrr.S Ti** -Ame l Ita I I
I A bei td! t iped Pe tes|mmtat ; d Lto bie bee me b aa
ah hle id a me I a a '. agrr 'tfir by Mr. ILwAral
sM 0 t the *,'as of the 11gast 0o a1
I 4 ""01 I *.9*mawt!WWs -. b a** so* c cll of .rbe
A m esoi a pa tDm 1m. W ,
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KmuyiUpertt Queationa Be

fon N&Uonal Body.


An Aneueet* Is Levied on All Memo
bers ef American Federation of La.
bor tl Aieee the International Ty-
pegaphlcal Unole in Its Fight.
Plttburg, Nov. 15 Tho second
day's sesoaon of the .\Mn rican Fedora.
tlon of Lbor convent ion was called to
order promptly at 9 ,'clock by Pres.
Ident Oompers. He called Join
Mitchell. second vice prisldent, to the
chair and James li: i.in firt vice
president, read the airma:. report of the
executive counell. It gave In detall
many of the polite cer-Ad in the re.
ports of the presidii: ,.crcrtary anti
treasurer. Two mn : :nws of the count.
cll were held during tie r ar, the last
occurring In this clt Satiiirday nigl t.
The jurisdltlional diaat-es were again
brought up and ,'comniendatlons
made, most of which lihve bten com-
plied with.
Tie coppersmiths nind application
for a charter, but it ,as denied and
the organisation was uivr d to affiliate




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Little Negro Girl Wae Sid te Hay
Seen Asaulted In Atlanta.
Atlant, Nov. ll.--ukck' work by th.
mouated pollee of Atlanta saved i. L
JUo oa white aan. accused of as
SUtlting a negro girl ot 6 yearn, fruol
badn lynched in Atlanta by an enraCi i
Mob of blacks, numnbrling l the ueOil
borhood of 1,000.
II. Justice was taken to the poll(
taton and was there seen by the
mother of the girl. who ImmediatelI
sitted that the wron u an had beet
arrested, and that he was guilty of nc
qrilm. Chief Jennlnxs ordered the
Ireiase of the prlioner and of his broth
er, John & Justloc, 14 ytars old, waiu
had >een taken In chainlit t tthe police
as a precautionary measure.
It. Z. J.Iatio Is 2 y stA DMdI. lie II
a farmer, living 65 llie' notrth of Dects
tur. In D~KalIt count, who canie tc
Atlanta yesterday fur the purpose ol
selling a bale it cotton. The crime was
committee yesterday morning about
9:30 o'clock. Arab lHen~vrs. the, .' yar.
old child of nletcher IUcaiers. who Is
etspl0oyd In a dairy, tIing the vil The un'eult wan m;eln a t 14 (Ore'
stret l, t the bOtulr of an alunt of the
etlld, IAila weavers,


Death of Young Student In Ohio Being
Probed by Court.
Mount Vernon, 0. Nov. 16 -Thr

Lbe e .hf'fe. lawsYl
Will 94*e1 SoGO .Maill.
I'Ss'lahfs i'*lot's NMec 1-A s
stt ') '-b e- W e I(r's fcmntatii, la. .
evil 'ha' iW '. "tAa, 11 aeveg)"
r',1ma INIj ,- ,,. "ftaro! v v Moyrd .
MSW I -I t a r a W sa 410
seAw .So 'oar 4 bsi xt has,
art at 4 1 v 'o hafle I.
0 B*se I'. S tba d m b
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They Claim That 8he Died From

HEeax DiseMs


Neighbor Woman Who e hreaded V
Corpe Makes Discoverie-Offleile
Will Exhume Body-Husband ad
Son Are Culprits.
lunteovle, Ala. Nov. I J. r. Jack.
0son, a farlstr u1 1 A iui ,l\ t;', huas jeU
arlustud fur tilt, ..Lril, r or lia wife.
MiSl. Mary Jacihoun, bho dlJd Iu a umyd
terlous mwnueri ou last Irida.) wor

ilia ion. Charles Jackson, and an
other y)ul Ii mian. Charlue Webiter,
have tbe)u arruestd as Jackson's ao
The woniau allied on Friday and It
was altsn out in the uolghbornood that
she died of heart failure.
After the futiral the woman Who
dreswsd Mrs. Jackson after death,
uhld that ca o f the womau's lerg was
broken anld that her brains had beru
beaten out, Thbl statement resulted
in thes wearing out of warrants
against Jackson, alm son and Charles
The county coroner and solicitor will
exhume the body of Mrs Jackson aad
hold an Inquee today


Federal Court In *esslen at Savannah
to Try Pamnes Case.
tsvannah, oa., Nov. in -The f edr.
al court for the southern district or
tilorglr .oinvenedl here toilay. Judge
nlionty p iper prleldlig It Is *epet.
id that Ih i rI (rei c'n and (laynor case
illi come up, I.,r nittol prisoners now
Ileing In Jail here awallting trial,
'aptlaoi OtM'rlln M ('arte'r, who we
corrltedtel by Ironliartlal of swlad.
IIhg the govermnn'nt out of 11,700,000
In conarFnlelon with the harbor a l.
tratcl. uwardeld to (iee n and f(lay
nor. will not Iw a wtinroi in the trial
of the rontractrilr, Hpercl Asarlsti
Attlrney (;i *eral Mtarlon Krwln. who
arrived trfn'ay, so ,:,tilnl
Ii iN no known what disimlr|in ofwm
be niadle of the irein iof %Will GiUayor,
101 (Gaynor ristl M A (' were Indicted at the name time as
Orene maid (ls)lyor
There are ellanltmxr of important
point In romnnrilim with bthe ase
that i the re are lo il* tse* tiJ before trial
can I-' Illtrl I lig, n It thInaght
very Ilk, l that be case wll be called
and a rintinurnce ordered

Apainl e Fright Rae LtitIMes.n
% fel.intllaI. No.. 16l.--A arsael
pro-, *-ise riad to ae preeldent
fIx, italul the proposed railroad
fr. iMIt, rate legisalie The prIteet
s fni4 y represer ailves of Lthe
r 'iJt llur orgaalIatioa e setede
Wi;l Ihe ralilirMai the egler11 s, Ire
rtnO talder-tors, *wUOit Mad the
tralnmea Tb. memU e of lC e de
giato, wIlub relied e the Io eeiet.
reprfssts the several grllafiseH
T.eyr peaild out to him that raneoig
ati le gllat lo kogically mesa te
kwetag of rates. This,. they ar
telded, will ble folioe4 by a oem
mg of the erameg power of ie emi
r IAs a4el ea.quewsl by rediANlM
o Ioowly tf the wagMfl rallflAs e

CHiMOee* ASSM.At. Mees.
(Chtl*a,. N11e. It --Dligapt ee
thoel *.~r to al third asulli eoveeu
tLI ,( '*I O()KMsr ll ltriaLt seesli
Oliun ,of AlesmiWa t *e Isr liaiSe
btDrl',lS irala I river la r'Lirago
I iA.t *,g *ItIrs tUtoy Met or
ii** from e(sIars tltle 4e lOF"i**
Ite day etoldytag la4dI'riLi eCoaUdtile
i (~rveI otLJ4 e :1 I.ls erol dI w
pe' urt rier Ia r. **et*I w o

irler at ti hlan # i te,'. I ls
MpOrlte. 6nM .' wl'l he il tkhe
Lall Twro i,. *.i:. fasedr dli
ruslufl r i 4of atei and e M
aM lbtour *FJ hr best settled e
ItS e ea suo4 ihof r siu

with the Analgaman .1 Sheet Metal strand jury will prolwbly not reach Its
Workers' International alliance. Ar- Investigation of the death of )ounl
rangements have btwo- manie for taie uart Pierson for three or four clays
consolidation of thee i. organizations Vollowlng their consideratIon of the
In the matter of I1., protection of Plersen rame the grand jury will. It
children the exeruit, e cnncil tad is said. investigate the robbery of J
bills Introduced in thi leilislaiurers cit A. McGavery. of Oklalhoa., who wai
many states, partilcnu i' ii t hea souih I found bound and ila d In hi room tI
prohibiting the eml.-int i iait of clil lIilhy .iall at Kenyoin college yetler
dren In mills, factor. IlI.*:e and in day lie had be-un robbed of money
dustrial eitabllhnio, < Some Ipro and a ring. nllt robbery, It I is ellevnd
agrtm was a;ade, hi,, itilt during ti,' was not the motive for the crime.
year were not entit*,) satlTslloetry It is gen0rnlly liioiulrll that It wa
President Ul nherp was auaunorizd Mc(lave'ry aljo gave thIe ilbtbrmillon
to enllets the U. an(e of of other or to the cornntrr which 1l1 In tIh tver.llc
ganllationsa In s ,l ng tahe pasraxge of In the Pierson case, and that ithe out
legislation In a ll Iat piirohthbillll; the rilt upon .i'm aIn In reilllaloti Thill
employment of ihl'di intlor belief I nstreugiheneld Iay a noir flimitIl
It was e executive c .with dlsputll' Il '-+n lalhor a(iranta.l 'Thil % ll dlo this lifram. hi t If *
tions unless ls th i lonn In voe il l have corrie a in. II a ill I ** ,rai'
etaunle.l all ii f to bring ail ini an . -
adjustment of t ,tllfferencc,. MASONS GATHER IN RIUNION.
As asssnaiemn if I r,'nt a memrtr
a week, for a I -1,. of fmr wre..k wni First Annual Meeting of the Scettsh
levied on the ew ,.. membernship of tth Rite Masen Held In l Saera.
PIderatlon for I heaBlt of the lnte'r Sa -T
astlonal Typoixr ;ihlcalt nloi Inn Ilas na h. Nov. x t Th
remunto of the Lottish Rlte Masons
forms to hetabll-. an erlit.hour work ever Ald Ia U*Lorgia s today,
y I The o a a commeriiald ill rcuatiue thrm h friday, The
Ing etabNlishn. I Athe Lnited rulon Is beltd ulafr special dispe
States anannd caatlu ranted by R. J. u. I, Ispee o
The Typolgra- .,al ale has levied general of the sIa and all degree
a substantial a-*-.'met for that per of the rite fron Lthe north be the thirty
po. and allt erallneos Ie nPI eenad will be conferred
to reder i ''. n'e to the printers In
teir fort '- bllib the elgLt hour 9tilrloee from AulabamaU. 'rTu
day by JIn I '; Urseel and Ilwlere till be preseat,
side a Bember of dostllguil.ie'd ,n*-i

Loe Leal on Owe o HOnUew libre r the rite frl A Atlallnt. Ma, ,,
k,tMoraw I, o*. Isl-Tr. (A-.Nor.a as nd raei k.a
eIkbtuberi tkerri-,ll a pay of Noe Twearty -l s'n woom for l"t l
Turk ba i, a- far a r of te l rt Iedfralemblir .')f I
years the ew up.-ra these belag by Di. J If M ,aralmek, risa'i e,,
e4 Lt Ullu cty o Ine H eu M te. The A r twill take t- dreesn
Iaboeen.s r,.-c,!y iolaWW wt a I wul tr
paid Il eapita r 'rtll ot .4, f. -- -----
the perp" e ofI ,apeltg with Kla. raM ne Met Raised
ragr rmn.ri. r.y kn**e s th f th(the Peeai ll. tNor I. (I J*,fa ph
mtrtI l ire 11.is s tir tral esc Y. pir. Pit stae be4wt otter*r h& is
i1 th114 d4alicI tho ile e P" he e 4 wtlIagl that u armlaei r,
tag bee* to I tlase Ad New Or litmIm so aal Pfeasi oll have l
tMiAa. The ** aie arriaglg to tbe n Iedo oe lo rils paste
lb4l at lnmi.' :e The sberut Iilm ng. tr tin lasp*' Iks h I ee *
bae a s rar f the Aimeuea s" a g g a the st l i t i v peraIOe
dt IMh itL' i bet tl eist W be pSe-Meel tb y wa0 st*are ortie
-0. I ItBa. are t to be permit td so
rar lli tryM y sb_ ether partieM e of the **t at
sahm.& (i *a. NM:Wbtlt t. plresel R elto, *H4 IelatieI el I
1mIptt o SO t1ag, a 8 ' 1 i,-t ie: b peaisanta4 l6de

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!!Tur eAES al!22' 2 l !ver SsSpCR OFU*- IN *IANCE
oae te, Olsmban Bey, on whqse toead _'.
water and let it stand twenty -four hoaur.s; wUAS on01 the passengers on the ud usuay itetal Paes tie i, or wotio,
To* ---hm -t y/ l ewsaA1, or we:,)
Siei tortt W te lner aoe, whave a co aptiv tndcy, r ath, are sure
.. n a ic san $4ld fI Moediterranesa pprtA t t ita their da l glands,
evdEW of kitt lo a &%Me eon'bete., cm to tha with ie t so* Y iutb
.-" dtion of e kid- rday. e has come to this city ttle bones, poor digeston,
1111tneIs ..e itT it stains the Interest ot the American board ol eyes, Catarrh, emanated bodies and im ea MS yt frc n
vASE IN MINIMUM RATE voar linen it is foreign missions to try to raise funds general weak constitution, are the Xt0e a -*-&Wvaiable at
S-vidence ofkid- or a boy's dchol In Albans. with the principal woyf in whcih thnse i w .
qpaei sje uitAcfl Could See, the ney trouble; too exception of two mlusloary school fi ewe is matfllsted. The blood has S-rrdp at
-t Se A freqimnt desire ab
i dtona, and Fixed in the back is to close. He declares that his ban. this condition cannot properly nopr- ly, felt aI
"pndl*ins. and Fixed- to p ass ki girls w h co He saysiare the atdo not dane beei disease from birth, and be ~^ii ittetr. Icon.
SWperCtonsume d ixd also convincing proof that the kidneys Ishment fret Turkey was ca ied by ish the body sad Scrofula is the re- Zf-ionthe,
to Water onsumd. and bladder are out of order. the revluttonary ideas propounded by sult. A hereditary disease like thl bottle s,
9f s t~nliMut for verl TO DO. Ican only be reached, by a conattu.it- osr n bola"ro
Contention for several There is comfort in the knowledge so him. tional remedy and nothing equals $4ot-.r', a. W. STOCKTON.
beweod- the citizens of often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's High W asi qM dictid for Cotton. 8. .. as a c e for it. It cleanses and strengthens'the deteriorated blood,
S heon o an impartial fulfills every wihin curingrheumatsm, Atlanta, ov. 16.- fteen-cent cot driven out all acrotulous and tubercular depoi% and there is a gradual but
Question of n impartial pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder to is now the slogan of the Southern sure etic, lito lth. Sood the properties n eessary
"-to.. It wo claimed by mn and every part of the urinary paag. tton aoellan. The recent report es the pr es necessary
at a O 1tenich have been in ef. It corrects inability, to hold water of United States department of S to build beck to strong, robuat health, and doess f
er since the water plant exist. and scalding pa in asking it, or bad agriculture trongl sports the .this etly and so thoro ly that no signs of
lor* unequal, the "big fellow" hay. effects followng use of liquor, wine or agriculture trongly supportthe I the disease ar ever seen id after life. Bei*n
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne. formation which the association h as purely vegetable S. S. S. Is the best remedy for
an advantage over the small coo. cessity of being compelled to go often gathered trog Its many correspondents PURELY VEGETABLE. purely; i bl ha .mle but healing ingredients
imner, This condition of affairs re- during the day, and to get up many throughout the south, and all of this enter into the circulation and replace wax-like, bloodless face with vigorous
sTaled in the city placing a number of tims dinsry efctofw goes to show that the maximum crop strength glowing with health. Book wih information about Scrofula 'and
t war meters and readjusting the rated i soon realized. It stands the highest this year will. be 10,000,000 bales. medical advice free. 7W &9WTW &-9 6., A-tANTA, GA.
I which Is now complete and approved for its wonderful cures of tie most dis- Based upon these facts, President HIr. , , ,,, ,
by the uounoll, as follows. tressiig cases. If you need a medicine vie Jor4an declares tie remainder ol ,. , ..
Noon-meer rates, minlaimum rate- you should havethebest. Soldbydrug- the crop should not be sold for less
Fordwellinghouses, $12per year; for gist Ififtyent and e-dollar sizes. than 15 cents. Tble, he states, wil THE ALACHUA COUITY ASTACT CO., I.
restaurants, $12 per yr; begber @hop*, bok that tells all put the entire crop Into the hands of ESTABLISHED IN&S.
$12 per year; stores and ofires, from aboutit, bothsentfree the spinners at an average price ol The question
oeo to tbree persons, $8 per year; from by mail. AddressDr. 12 cents. Renders reliable services of every sort along the line )f
four to six persons, $8 per year; more kilimer & Co., Bing- of Title the Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
ithe1 six person, $10 per year; lsun- liniton, N. When tiso pard t Number of Publications Issued. Alachla county.
writing mention this paper and don't umber f Publcations I-e. _______________________
drl, for first too, $18ie, for eash addl.- mke any mistake, but remember the Washington, Nov. 15.--PThe number first consid- -
E toasl tub, $8 per year; soda fountains, name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and of publications of the Oarnegle lan rston f o r SPECIALTIES: Abastracts of Tites; Tax Sale Search,.:
SO' per year. In houses of leos than the address, Binghamton. N. Y. tution of Washington, Including areohase raon or Agents for Noe*Besident Land Ownrs; Plats of Countie,,
S 00 valoe, two or more families may ologlcal, ethnological, medical, matte. the investor. Towna, Etc.
wue water from same faucet upon pay- proved, with the addition of new matical, astronomical and other works
Emot of 60 sents per month, each fam- fencing, of science, has reached 68, including References: First National Bank of Gainesville. H F.
l. R. B. Hodgson bas Jit finished a three now In press, They are chiefly Dotton & Co., 3iankers.
Meter rates-Minimum quarterly new fence in front of his home. those for which there is no popular
rate of $8. payable In advance, with sn The State Fair at Tamps has been demand. but are of great value as ref .
Alloweaee of 21,000 gallons. All over well advertised here, and a number of erence books In libraries with technl A
1CO)1 gallons and op to 40,0(0 gallons, visitors will Lske in the eight. cal information which Is avallabileG S M E R C H A N T & C O
1S seunat per 1.000; over 40,000 and -elsewnere. 'The Institution hla re IS ECH Au M N T C O .)
lssb tiha 100,000 gallons, 10 cents per SPECIAL NOTICES. cently Issued hand bookof learned
S1000 gallons; over 100,000 gallon, ocieties, Dr. Fletcher's Index to mred Retailers and Jobbem ain
1ght sents per 1,000 gallons. All The regular weekly meeting of l literature d it
otf"m plaots, manufacturing plants, alinesville Lodge No. 000, B. P. 0 E, catalogue oa the stars and planet.
u s ad tanks, ete., will be given a will be held in Masoni hall, over Dot- The Exact Thing Required for Con-
niglal rate upon application. ton's bank, this evening, beginning at a tipation
et above rates will go into effect 7:80o'alnock. There will be work.. A '
*- Jaenary 1, 1906, and Rule 16 of the full attendance Ie desired. Visiting "As a certain purgative and stomach
e meil provides that any violation of brothers will receive a cordial wel. purifier chamberlain's Stomach and I i U F
these rules shall subject the party or come. Liver Tabletseeom to b. the exact thing
partimil offeldins to have water eut off, On aoeonnt of the annual meeting required, strong enough for the most SOUTH SIDE SQUAREg. G OAINE8VILLE. FLORIDA,
W ia f v of 16 will be required for of the Bonthern Educational Assoel- robut, yet mild enough and safe for
tralO same on asain. atlon, which mees at Nashville, Tenn., children and without that terrible Highest market pries paid for Chiekens, Egg and other Prudoee.
November 22-, the Atlano, grtpinlg o common to most purga-
-November 23-6. the Atlantis Coat sti..,"say R. ). Webuter&Co.,Udors,
PAVING ORDINANCE PASSED. Line Railway has arranged to sell Ontario, Cnda. For iiae by all drug.
Stikets at one first-class fare plus gists A Complete 1tok pf HayF Oom, 08s, Flor, Bran, M Jal, Ootton Seed M ts
West Liberty Street Wll be Paved to twenty-five cents for the round trip. and Byo. We haRe to mol the VERY BS8T goods at the LOW.
University Grounds. These Sislkts will be on sale November Government Employee Strike. eST PR u0S. .ad gnuan te esMletlom alwayI.
At an adjourned meeting of the City 90th and 21st; final limit of same Paris, Nov. 15.--1'he strike of gov. --
OnsoellheldMonday evenlm ,anordi. will be November 0th. For full in- ernment employee. at the dock yards 1BT .lJB3X.J0 XI Leas.
a sem providing for the paving of West formation or sleeping oar reservations began today at the principal naval
r liberly sreelt from Wets Main to the ne Atlantis Coast Line agents or write ports. At L'Orlet .2,000 workmen of r u i | | |
University gronade, was passed. The Frank 0. Boylston, Distrlet PaMenger the arsenal carryaln red flat2 made a w rJ I I J I
S o 6iiasee provide flint rooeek as the Agent, Jaeksonville, Florida. demonstration and 3,500 arsenal work.
ml hrial to be noed, and also provides Remember the lecture of Earl Ward er st ompuck at only eort. At Bret the DEALER IN-
*0 the stres shall be. widened from Peare, Ilecsurer,*etertainer and char* tage of the arsenal force owing to a s e a T S "Lad3..C t' r .
11"M polnl to a uniform width the aeir delineator, which will be de- manifesto having been Issued by the ___t_ __tO__-
oseth distnee. slivered in the opera house on the minister of marine assuring the work.
IO seISon will be taken towards be- evening of Thursday, Nov. 16. The ers that hallf their Just claims will re Sea Iland Cotton Sed in and Twine. Walru
Dember 1, thirty hee ooks fr to ,he Universtty A~ er n OtrpS or 01des.
STHE NEWS FROM ARcHER Hllh Skhool if net pmeds from this WIN reot Memorial to Woman. f
SN W FO ARHER. attraction should amount to0 above New York, Nov. 1.- met ng Ma fatr of the James Doig Improved Engli b
tof eestin o expenses, and all lovers of free eda- held l siht Lb United Charius Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Suppliet for Satme
SThat HutHnl Town. oin should attend th lectrn, whoh buldlng to do honor to the mmory of GAINE8VILLTU . .LO A
T wllhuo1 W Town. will be full of wlt, hlsor and pathos. Josephin S-- Lowll. Robert W. ItORIDA, USA
S t herd hom. .riday, .ftAedru vrye Admision will be 80 one,whbool ehll. Deareet presided ,ad eulogies .
lMtu e id t hm ridth ylatern la ew dren SOeonts. eatu, on sale at Avers's. .wel ad her work ,a ph"leathrop a

higlht leftTuesday foravisiwith and t-houh it I los my mother," e eont wbye r ep Gan s il & Guf Rallw yJ CplaTy

Kthe of r. ; L. Mon mer shch. Id H. It was deded to appoint THE FRUIT & VEOG TABLE ROUTE
* the famly of lDr. H. L. Montgoomery wruts B. B. Reid of Harmony, Me. a commltte. to arrange for the eare. Vuw IABIci
Mie. HughMp a.d daughter. (Iran. "For the past fl yers, hower, n tion of a memorial to Mrs Lmwell. OP FLORIDA.
B St home aai u after a nieeoy ay hae talkes Dr. Kligs New Disovesr To Cure a Oold is One Day Ti l Tablto in eea S September 34, It*.
D*. Waddell preahed two ,ery able for Oonsomptioo. whiek has saved mN Take LAXATIVE BRONO Quinine -..... .
-... from seroos lung trouble." His moth- Tablets. Dr ugss refuad moes if is I

s oun uuusay to a rowed o~'s death ws a sad lom for Mr. Reid. fa ls to ur. W. G ov' I* n o.G 1. o N
but he learned that lasn rioble mass Io a "a box. Mao. Daily D~y. STATIONS. i. Dl,.
MI. Brown of (linertille has moved nw to -
' l family her,, and will be given a noc ni relied and eor so orn It. M rSJFM* o AectiAe C ose A .
*eolme by our people, rd. o -A a r o c
and oldsi. P etW sad Mrd.Nov 15-A t;r of cav K LT A
Mn. Media of Willlllon elnt Praet. alliess resulted at various points from. PM
aInsto as all n4I g O ,o Trial .. .. .. ..
esay with r. lePas. I d Trl o the musPitIpa elecrtloas At Valado. 10 .... **
M'r. John Flemiln is in Jackson. Ud one man was killed sad many were .. 1 ........ ...... '" s
Vai vlsltins he daughter, Mrsn F May b Nlt e NHlarausae Canal. tijured. At Snommarrstro eght per 1s ....... .. .... ........ P s
O'0Doaki Mr.Ilm, C(ty. Nov IL--OW Moxta msea were shot maJ seroesty it)ur. ** ......... --.- -- .-.. .........2
IO. Waddell and A Ii C(hatmbin Heralh has been Intomed that the g*v and at Valotrra rye me weon, ired. .... ."" i -........... I
Ift TIesday for Ialatiai to attend the ernmioto of Oreat Britea ad Japys lIa ibo the ballot bega wore rtW 4 10 .... ....... .... .... I 10
0o0ie ofthe tllod. bayv practically decided to eOlmtt aWW th election was a Mallek. 4 16 ........ ........ Hrtl i "", ........" 1 i
Q. .Baukaigt ha added a une a shlip tcsal of their OwSa e k ----- ........ I...........***** ............1
...n.em to htis tor. raga. practically em the lnw i I Alabatei- ....... ........ .... .. I
SMm. enMa of Whil (tprig is vrist. pLa reported by the Ameritea .gve Wa4sata4. NOV. 4L-4ite 1r140ar611 00 '. "9.."" **1* U

Lfte b tHarry Totae. who ha bas n aplta d J tthe labr. rulb ot-r .Uni.. te .t..t a. 03 * *$. .............
( 1te ala. tois lpovi.oa. rapidly and a Japane ea esteem ra m n te MI s ad. mr ue 4 ttr bl e. wi 2 0**** 4 o a
HI mee bep eot aleaD aragtua route an No *e ** raft be teoeotad em a lM 0 la g 7n *--*S.* ****... 5 o 6
Me. Trlfbaland erldra will vare bible hlSiU NM5. s n LIM IS so a
to lla f daye tor Tpa to visit Mnr. U r ,* BllB III ., ...... ...
SUl emd 5 'OsWasas.irI --s r=T-. .... be Is" IS:
m Se9 u Pale, T..hin ..: a'" ... .i...: |
sin. ...111b0s1 01 .0 1 ......... .i. A ..
S A T. res. h' resal punhad m sed Oss-- ...... -, ... ... .........------- V.
As puke prope*m. ha" added seind- X daLa. lh tm my
m t s 1* watee by havi ito ro.i i :*: .
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krida's Greatest State Exposi-
timo Now in Full Blast.


pmeor Broward Conducted the
Opening Exercises-Grand Parades
Were Feature-Reception at the'
rImpa Bay Hotel a Brillent Affair.

mpa, November 15.-The great
8tate Fair opened la this eity
ay with a resord-breaking attend-
in spite of whbio everybody was
il taoke ar of, owing to the ay-
toork carried on by the Bureau
laormation. No trouble wll! be ez-
riemoed in this regard tbroghb the
r. Governor Broward oondueted the
as exereloeo, assisted by many of
prominent men of Florida and oth.
SStates. Feature of the day were
grand parade In the morning and
grand reception and banquet to the
wipaper editors and legislators of
ade, held at the famous Tampa Bay
otol. Over thirty counties are rep-
seated by exhibit at the Fair, a
r number than have ever been
presented at a Southern State Fair
The horse raes at the big Tamps
air begin Monday and the racing will
the finest ever seen in the South.
ver 200 horse are now quartered at
e race track, many coming frem the
northern States to spend the winter.
one but fast raoes are on the race
ram, such rae as 2:07 pace, 2:10
rot, free-for-all and others similarly
fast being arranged for. Tampa is
he only eity in the South filling raees
this clare during the present year.
Among the fast horses at the meet is
William MoKinley, brought with a
string from Chioago. William
Meainley, having a mile record of
46S will not be allowed to enter in
the regular races, but will be sent
against time with running mate. It is
expected that he will come near the
two-minute mark, owing to the fast
condition of the track.
"*A Case of Suspension" Was Well
Rendered and Well Received.
The three-act comedy drama, "A
Case of Suspension," whih was pre-
sen'ed by the puplli of the high school
at the auditorium of the University
Oraded and High School Wednesday
might for the benefit of the school foot-
ball team, was fairly well attended,
and the play s*% rendered in such a
*lever manner that it was greatly
The caste was made up entirely of
students of the high school and the
mauner and effleien-y in whioh they,
performed their respective parts
brought forth a great deal of applaou.e.
Qaoit a neat ear was realicsd, and
those who attended felt that that they
had "got their money's worth."
Herb W. Edwards Injured.
Herb W. Edwards of Dee Moioes,
Iowa, got a fall oe an icy walk last
winter, spraining his writ and bruis-
Ing his knes. "The next day," he
els, "they were so sore and stiff I wa
Istril I would have tostay in bed, but
I rubbed them well with Chamberlrin's
Pan Balm. and after a few applies-
tione ll soreness had dtiappeared.
For sleo by all druagise.
Kaftletd's Mostrels.

The lover of mitrelrey will wel-
iOone the eomptay of Kalbleld's MNa-
eI-ele, whbeh the opening attraseUoe
Ua she opera home on Friday night,
Nenember 17th Thie ecmptay of
WMy white arnist eome to (Oaiee-
Ulel highly reronaended for tk p-
41date. ehasse ald r11eA d perfem-
m tAhey give. the seamesy being well
assledI aM sMelated k tplese the
mas t1aithoMs. The magmlieMs I**M
Prt.,with s sea. ewsees. la gand
Oetle--nl displmp.B tbe rp ues era-
Sawis twh hE hudwg edses, al e
o. admniml" of all a i av 1th1
MLme iwrte- a we i saletrly per.
a1 iMlAstro e prederssle. nTh e
is emped o1 ftm edi--- ****
r86e is, s.d as oShe of

%ery D. nDadee. Spetleeedes
Vw w OM&M *Lba. f WI.
a ew ade d me eal at
1: l ---mesh W.
Iam I momd eandd
b. busOMM as

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Gainesville Circulat

Ouly the LatIct Po,,ular F

pwt wekr aftowir three oban
lI the wek. Books must not
oeteoer e we*k without rei

Oase of Ann Beach vs. the
Coast Line Railroad Still
Wednesday w a quiet daj
eirelt seort, the eaae of An
vs. the Atlantie Coast Line
Onmpany, whlh was called
morning, and of wblih our re
familiar, having eoosumed bt
day. The evidkeee was all
night, however, and the argo
oounsel will begin this morning
A number of eaes were die
during the day by eontinuanei
MSlieltor Oalhoon is still buo
grand jury room and a Rerat
diotmenti are being seoureJ.
4an's Unreasonablene
Is often as great as woman
Those. 8. Austin, manager of
publican of Leavenswortl, I
not unreaonable, when he re
allbw the doctors to operate
wife for female trouble. "Inm
&&vs- ---w n.A I .l.lA tA *P

"Is, -w covemuru tv *r reec
Bitters. My wife wat their no ick she
could hardly leave her bed, and five (6)
phyeisians had failed to relieve her.
After making Eleetrie Bitters she was
perfectly eared, and can now perform
all her household duties Guaran-
teed by all draggists. Price 0e.
From the Orphanage.
It will be remembered that the last
Thursday in this month will be our Na-
tional Thankoesivig Day. Last year a
number of the friends of the Orphan.
age over the State, unsolicited, ent us
a tbank-oferlog. This has moved as to
ask that this Thankrgiving be made a
day in which the Florida Baptist Or.
phanage will be remembered with an
offerlg. Nothing ean be more suita-
ble than a Thanksgiving to sood
gifts to orphanages. Where series
are huld on that day a collection takes
and ent to the poor is certainly p'eas-
log to our Father.
Where service are not held offer.
ingersent by individuals is an act of
P'leate reniembrlr u with a thank-
(,ffering. t. M HRAII,
Areadie, Via


will be paid to any person who
can find one atom of opium,
chloral, morphine, cocaine,
ether or chloroform or their
derivatives in any of
Dr. Mile' Remedies.
This reward is offered be-
cause certain unscrupulous
persons mike false statements
about these remedies. It is
understood that this reward
appliie only to goods purch-
ased In the open market, which
have not been tampered with.
Dr. Miles' remedies cure by
their strengthening and invig
orating effect upon the nervots
syatrni. and not by weakening
the nerves.
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0on. Concerning Peroona and Events at This
S Thriving Little Business Center.
L ohloona, DIocetmber 15 J. J.
.in i H) nil'i made a most tlo irishini trip
to (;Sii~'.-ville Tuesday
S( yd'. Axlin of Cran,. I'rCeek whip-;
pel hir tHret grapefruit :-*ud oranges
klet. j Wednesday to New York
A n;oe time was re ported by those
IS. l0 who attended the ice c'retu supper
rre daw given by A. T. Ooro M&',ndiiy uiiiht.
be kept A. T. Gore made a flying trip to the
newigr. Island ataion Tueeday.
-- M al Bme Meiwen returned to
SOcala Tuesday, where >ie S totayBig
JRT. with her ster, after a shortstay with
her parent, Mr. and itrs. J. C. Me.
e Atlantic Ewes.
On. J. W. rt made a m a ost unezx
Sin the peeted trip o OIla Saturday ad re.
n Beach turned Monday.
Railroad Mrs. W. H. Nichol% of Tyler is via-
Tuesday iting her frleads and relatives. She
des are aeme several days ago
Ie entire The flm of Tompkins A Gore, oat.
ein last fbherme, bhae recently sold out to J.
iment of L. Rowell and tired froin business.
r. Pirating Feley's Honey and Tar.
posed of
ed Foley & Co., Oblscao, originated
y. in the Hoey and Tar as a threat and lung
mrny in remedy, and o secouint of the great
inmerit and popularity ,f I'oley's Hooey
and Tar many imitating' are offered
ips for the equine. The Pe worthless Imi-
s. Ruttations have similar r'uiding names.
The Re. Beware of them. 1The genuine Fo.
d., was ley's Honey and Tar iw in a yellow
Fused to package. Ask for it lud refute any
e on hit substhitte. It is the Iet remedy for
tad," he eoughs and oolds. J. \V. MeOollum
teed, 6 h &00 -.

Death of Mrp. Louise Andrews.
Mrs. Louise Andrew.. 70 years old,
died in the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Charles Junken, ii iulton street,
shortly after 1 o'clock Monday after*
moon. While Mrs. Aildrews had been
ill for several weeks. hr death eame
with great asddeanpe, and shook to
her friends and family. She wasaa suf
fearr from heart disera,' hIut during
the last few weeks shhe had been con.
sidered mueb Improved She was a wo.
man of lovable disixsition and had
made a number of csiuaintaines sinee
coming to Hampton. Besides her hus-
band, Mr. T. F. Aodrew,. she is iur.
vived by four dlsahrrsr-Mrs. Charles
Junken, Hamptonl Mrs W. F. Minty
and Miss Mary Andrlew, St. Paul.
Minn ,and Mrs Edward Jeaes, Palm.
er, Fla. The funeral servee was held
in Hampton at Old 8t. John's Epliseo
pal Chorob.-Timni.-Herald, Newport
New., Vas.
Mrs Andrews hal lived at Palmer
for the paot itsuI*-two years aid had
many dear frieii. who will nmie her.
and extend their lheartfelt syn, ithy to
the bereaved faiiiiy.
"I Thank the Lordl"
Cried Hannah I'ant of Little Rotk,
Ark., "for the r.ip I g-, from Huck.
len's Arniea a lve Is c urd my fearful
ranailgeores. whl h nothlog ele would
heel, and from which I had suffered
for 6 years." It r. a marvelous healer
for eats, bursn adl wounds Ouarsan
Sd at all drug ,iores Ie.
A Joll Party.
A jolly party ,f yoous ladies, ehap.
eroned by M re It T Oroweh. had a do.
gllhifel drive ,l-eday afteraoos, vie.
slag the Iir.il'i. Mililopper. The
prnsy relorord ia, ( sUdouwn, after a
plessent aft*er".. *speat in the WoMds
and at the Milli,. perr

Neurs:m RPa"is.
Rbeotimluvrri 'mmlap rad seltle
Was livield ,, t a penu'stra losis.
esesof Kellar'* Now Liaotwas Is
peatrtes to O serve@ and arb
Bad bel rof ,adied lt.tbe bleed ag
beeliaP rper -.r 6. sureaeres90 to f*
Ory peanof thu t, -. d eas#N M &e
.emdercul curt. Jw. ft And 0 .Nlo
bj W U. NJb.Ph,
Cft D0r.'r s tPs,
wo bhave a eabIe of sPle oof
Done Oss I 1por., way for "l W TMw
iSeese. iit -a a bowlreleeusa
bwA for MA to sa temko

to",Seaue91 d tho smm mo

to$ IArW meard rmeoons. b eO
Tampas trmob 'logo Ww*j h
sonmeaft t osib t?. & WUm t s hoI-s

M ev.' f~ee YW.n me.
Vbif', Cr.. a. YONNO m sof

sad~e sua &O 11eM he
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SWO IVrudr

The Kind TYoua Hae Alwm Bought, ad which has bee
in aue fr overO 80 yes haM hbea the signature et
Sadw hasl be6g adm e under his pen
m. ml *M-paYi h dacIe Its infhacy.
ADowam omtadvo l70vyou in this.
AU COointerfilts, ImittioUs Ma -J*g6- eod" are btt
prIeato that triple with sa Man---mrl h health of
Ilaat and ChlUdren-Bxperm fteUN Rlent.

aeri4a Is a harmless substitute tbe (O7as Ol 1a0eP
eoret, rops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pies 1 1
em-a-- neither Opium, Morphine nior other tNalrs
Wmaene. Its ade Is Its guarutee. It destroys Wesm
d allays Feterishmem. It cures Diarrhei and Wt
ele". It reUieve Teething Troubles, curom CoosampaU
aad FltaUlernc. It asimilates the F ILtnMah and Bowels, giving healthy and natural leMep
The Children's Paseow-The Mother's Friend.



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In Use For Over 30 Year
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tI-% seemeoaw of hes. b ter. evlkuxsU.e, arrm.(t ujereb is .3 bWI
roeft"nd e awsWere"I'm Sp1ntWi ltae rn meie4 soloemlaee a e0
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lqy a1vuilg i thil veA of( thiA great
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The general and popular concepdton If vOrybody Would speak the truth,
Sof the value of the poeanat is more in bot a wekWs tlme every one would
,kee* k ping with its aeolation a. a side be *o mad at each other that there .. *
..____ light to the circus than as a valuoahle wouldn't be any speaking. 4M AM "
V i STP..] dW Pmblher farm product and forage crop, says The Fo hodred trand opera sinar
,. .& T l"ln. Journal of Agrioultore. However, the paed over the East Coas Railway

.'.' '. ...s. oSupt. Compound Rooms. forage erop for farm stoxk is being of holes that be had to go into dry
-' L s' + more and more appreelate'in ad its dok to have repairs made so be could
/. ,ls i P .oxT.R BLOCKi culture for thi purpose ts becoming hold a drink of water.
-lalet Tr.RONe 44 moreA, generic,
aw S, published every morning ex- The area devote4t pesnut aeltore. Of all the trieka the Equitable Life
l ,&ellvered tby carrier in the city, or according to the 1th senses, inoreaed nlsaraonee Company ever played on a
nraiypartof the United statec.pos age from 208.M *serea in 1 to 181,668 mae, was the one James H. Hyde tells
orr ents $r fiUe months- Strl fern greri 1iro, or ao l treae of over 168 abolt, when they raised his salary
r nse tl per eent while the totae l production in- from ,000 t o $100,000 a year. without
L i----n o es- creased over 2ts per eeas during the consulting him in the matter.
notice lplasalumn Oe mets m ine se period. The Arkasasl Experi-
rst insertion, and crnt freaschedditloa imens Station ha grown peanMts for a People who some to Florida to live
for display advertising made known or series of year and In reseas bulletin should not board. The two words are
c,. h given a somiary of I. obeerva. not synonymoo s.
a y-- fS p ostag es on the culstre and aues of the w h tie^ nt t
T rTwce-Week ltsn foar eightwgleoerty. plant for stIek food toaetUer with re- Dengue fver, has been very helpful h, owSg mm
rday, and th all the e the eommrendations for growing the crop. to boomerss" in local option towns. A about e a great de
.wek. local. 8tae and seoer*L. ad wll be Parovelar attention wSaxten to the fellow who was very comfortably loadt h aa ftor BllSh t's Tmatter.t

mtiled, postage free, to any prt of the United Spani'h peasot, a small but prolific ed with a mixture of Jamaica ginger, T A S
. tateaor CanMda, for $.ooayecr-i advance' variety, which has been observed to moonshine, etc a few nights vao, numedlIt to Sa anmerh .pyt ua5 exply
ll A dvertisidn bills become due alter lnSt mkes a good growth and given profits claimed be had a desperate attack of rtmulee aa baia beadlted Mi.J aow walk
p1a paceMof advertiMment, unles otbenrs ble retorne wherever the eowpea can dengue and could hardly walk. Without l0s ad m ab o t ro m a wpe
islpuatedl s contract. Parties not keMoW to s be" rown wish snoeus. The numerous ---- A ll; on th B
W lorecalred to pay for a4vertisag land- eati.nates mlad by the Arkansas *ta- People who are always anticipating aT Ro SZ S: C 5 AND $100
milld, p g Tfr0e ,ion as regards the yield of hey from a trouble are often disappointed if they BALLARD SNOW LINIMEINT CO.
I-I ______- crop of pnats earles from one to don's find it, which troubles them just sr. u. U, a i ,
SThe illegal votes of New York will nearly three tons per are. This hay is the same. mno
e begin to chaon so some other usually wort alet ton nd t i bad enouh to have a tooth
Aad vand be compelled to Sing Siag. may be dosidered a ba.pr duet when polled, but when the dentist gets the S AND attoakoSfn

'" Beesuse a man has just serd a tn I o on wih ffcie grounds for a damage it
m jail or a home for the feeble-minded, note as a forum a erop, is may be noted and Gro de has fo decided. ---- -- --
So reason tha t he is fit serve on that in Virgi there is a man who has anda o jg e aa so
j no rbo tae he l t relating a tidy fortune Because a man stammers is no sign
_, ,_.__.., through the quality of ham y poured and that he lying. It maoy be his fat
SrJa Tarbell will now have to on- packed b him. The hams have a rich attempt at trying to tell the truth, Y S ift .Iw'J
pbe in some honorable oecupatlon, a l *nd sweet favor which makes them in __ m |
S t ok stories are getti great demand at increased prices The n le PU..
er. _o lr packer esh year goe -through neigh- Mayor Tom Johnson of Cleveland is n a t
dbei*ng States buying up "rasor-beaks" moving for the establishment of an
"' oms of the men who did the work whleh he ha shipped to his farm. It is "anti.eolide bureu, the object of Written Ith Liberality of policy Contract and the Company
Ino conntctionwthan t Waitte peanut,, wo molirrie ad yt i m outa their Is 11pOny AND
a New York f the ballot sting tbere that they are given food whih whih will be to dissuade men from Pays Losses Promply
l eo ar get ting ready to queal on imprte the flavor and sweetnes- worrie that drink men to take their A A
th leaderr, nothing more tha peaneta. own lives and by condneting an edu- YOur A ed
jr. Wa s a td national crousde against self-slaughter.
j, There il one Filiplo who will have* OOD ROADS.iolu.ant self-slau-he. ,
h, e itesom ne a eilisen of the United ROAS. t will be remembered that Mayor That no serious lose an overeome you without you have some
Ieome a hniae of te united Johnaon was onee connected with the refuge.
ahe'Me e. He has come here to learn Many portions of the State are bhasy a Jern leaueln.d I If Y
,- polite. al lltuation, with the work of making roads tha
bo- in.Stesbnwill attrat people to ttoee se sa bttions.
Other b presides has boen sens There is nothing that will advance the Qoinsy wants a barrel factory
SMG prison. Thomas B. Clement, presi. country any more than roads that will Wntis e bure h _obe ) rli t' t L it, Abeaity ofold ,Contr ,'a tnc
dewt of the Firs National Bank of lnow farmers to haul good-vsed load - None but ds Reliable Companlie Represented.r
alutMatll, Minn., hama eantred upon an of prod.ee to market. THE SUN
ight yagea' term for ombeaaling the Alachoa ooonty has the farms, and a
b ak's funds. all it needs now is the roads, so that Jacksonville. t d1 C m S H t t t
the far can e eahed without dan. b a

New sidewalks are being built er of breaking down a ubtantial The frt issue of The Sun will be out Iformaio rflly rnid. OAI VILL LOIDA
tanya poloae of he oily, whieh,will wagon In making the trip. A rock November 18th. i c
Me be appreelated by pedestrians. there road enhances the value of property It will brim-full of good things
Mfn room for many more, and they along which it pase and a stranger ___ refuge._____________
s boold be mbestanttally ballt, as It will would mech prefer to locate along a gotten tp by Editor L'Engle and illos"- ........ir ii _
pay In the long rua. good road. treated by Cartoonist Taylor. PARTIAL PRICB LIST OF
-. In all Aeotion o the Stat. where Governor Broward contributes a pa- hi W ir
People who go to the State Fair as they have good roads, there you willpero "The P onng of Oriminals." W hiki- w t a I .
apMp had bester take only wha fld good people, anld good people which answers the eriutio of the Par.- Rt .l. "
mes1e they sed to defray expenses should oeoupy our good lands, doolag Board. EXPRESS SPUPAID. Balk eee-Jug FPre-Jet rpaid.
st1 leave the rt at home In th beak.
No one should wine this number. u Qt.Me.Mure. 4 Q se aIr s 1.e1prsabe:
There will be plenty of sharpore there The people of Roeaki will have a Write e hl ,so Jiks onvillem bla. unafa club Rye....... a8 a o4 00 a 0o. Oihoom.de.
Writ The114011 ofn .a..o. 01, wc .- ..nvile GaiRu OVby.e F LORIDA
to take io the unwary hard job to fed out oaesly rhas lib-. nd *orpetonyconty rsu.oount Re. S S O s
-- arty means. Many of the dokes who and order is to y or us. onoram ....... ... sw Usooe.a
S lhe SBtate Fair Assoealltio will ls ie will w e deprived of their oelopatioo by - .o r .. .... 5 s e ts.o am. o he ne
no free tickets. The member of *he the new fora of goverameat are try- b Malt Whter ............ 1 1 s "" e d M, tag M
psees will be honored for the good Ing to make the ignorant peasanta be. naPeh bBrandy ....... S 5a 0M N, Oloam
wor dons, and zexhibltors of ooosty live Is meaas anarchy, sad If the sos- l indUeI ........ s s Vs. a w5 By UeUS. r
displays will have free paosea. The ueka would only trn lon Os a fetw s*rya G ..... a W e *M MPT.LOVUISm Ia Peri
Pete Fr to sOo a fr show and ha. a large of them, Ifad of commates age |orh crouca so ai 4e ar................ *< ,
espoe to meot and paya handsome oontemptlble depredatloms agalM1t the *Nothe an ... ... as 4 e S S L- .... ,
,i p um0. ...... Jowe, there wold be mor of ahamoelAoo o oa r .......... as ;
to re-toro der o the land. Masat rI~e Ka or Meo y. B.ourbeS i ** *M : :::.::: ..... s;
S We may be food of Batteaberg and ----, .-- -- w lA.o ra Azo w. Ats Does, ,, ,sANEa BS..R ,... -
all the amee things he ays about * In norder.to guaedalms the Meal* p1? Ofnaus eat e. _oeaaMsea CUoaweJLF
ht we doe'swantany lliane with can bell wee v la I n KieejsmOppl-leeW 1* lt*Sl SM HA R RM$1M JAC.aHTILLE
the leagltoh or any government of sheek the e sward aspead at t hisM eM tOIDCh ad Ver W. ACAr 8eT. Ws 0 hemrane h FLA.
p f gae. We will be friends with them toe seot. the United tate urn of OUb nd ChfOeS CO e-m* -- "-

s.ad sll them stuo cheaper than we AgrTo.ltre has elgmed Pef. W. U. aIptio by restOrH tbh I. O-sa, hr.eiem . T.Ia,. Oaaher
4 oar bome folkn a-oo unt of the Ilibeo t that Sate a seeal M action ofthbeStO. Go. W. Hras. Vi~e-Poiuymt G"*LeaOas, Ai. OIler
tSoMl--sad %hat 6swall. agent, wit headquartes In Jiv ad bo
Tteemenat a are f Th-..e ng *1 s d THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
7=-:! The prolelos s b extMd,, saps- liver and bowdels .
Te (JeOrane who art mnkittg the rinonei I ki work and It Is eI pd tW.VO yA06oI S A I
I ftte8'et thlt e"lOlrnret ar forced spread of thnde Iens" may be ueboked. TH HA BA
work by revolvers should have tmorse -r e f -- --- c mr mhW dL
Wee than to make suek silly reports I m
, lat boritirg man has as mush IIbtrty Bewar of Obilnmets forOaear That *6 14 -M w
ter.,auay atetaI,. ofn" a Mrt O WO55, t AI ena) THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALfACUA CO
is Flerida as in any SItate iah Ln,'n the ZUs.i in wra
Jhe never wr a more flagrant false. As mercury will snurly detroy the capit ........ ............... 0, 00 e
hea sl os ataol Iut auy action sen e of smell and e aee ty d9ear ga ............ .
the whoSe ;sue. wea1i it 10* l Srphlus ad Undivided Proflt... 0000 0o
A eomtnmaataoe in The tbeala thro ugh tshe asess m ebeets. See a m "a I as
teimg Star msi le t argument 1 twies shld ear be si e ept I s--- IM T O
aps. W. J. Hillman of Liwv oak. oI P resnpiomtl tf reptable pos-e i-- S
the peMbiMtloe qaeetoa, didedly as. e the damage thy will do Is te AT ______L M_________ TH.
"e66lew." It sy. that the gaMlas fo to the ye es m pmaMy do-
4RpwI ram tMht It r swetly yards "'m frOm the. Hat ChaMtM Ous ,
th have had 60Ist pohbitbo Ia tu. a tred by F-. CheeJY A B..F..JO RDAN ,
..~..... ~ ~ t .... .... .,oreb asoeWS JODd
lie years th pewth haa been pbe. utwk ho bloo emimyWalin ,
,e-aal. ta e bav the ntefw sioe ,i em. Is bega BaM O ante I t
*t the IlMt fteeM powes were not ('* e br* seat. l. IN8URANCE
a aites *are TW is Wo*gn IsusttSe a" = 1*1** Mm 4W %eals tsoo
ma be all sWe, as i- pab-y (A-a do 0k.o s b. useea" L Ta
=h. iIme tii e bs p ad ge stold by adristb P4tu l We P" IN tr
- easaeelam. The damage Seems Ie.
1"e"M u Take Haul$' FW1 I H' uAkl E
heW hsimftrhoa rr-w,


l HiW I0tf Toda ^ Monument at ArtIngton.
fi ALL w B M y To a Washington. ] v. 1.-Plin-' for tht
TS FLORIDA Better, thank yo. In fact, quite well. raising of funds to rect iomn
F FFt, round and full life and mischieL in Arlington cemetery to th,, confed
Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim- rate dead are to be fornmn ,I h bv
---pies. No coigh, no tfestion. Joint committee from eV(': ,.\,,feder
ppei From Various Al on. account of ate organization in the Di- : of (Co
luimbia. at a meeting for ix' ,lirpost You will never get well and strong, bright, hap-.
0o of State. to be hold shortly. A sp ,.., py, hearty and freefrom pain, until you build up your
name is withheld for the ,: ... what constitution with a nerve refreshing, blood-making
r IMPORTANT EVENTS offered to design the monu. w' w it. tonic, like
out compensation. The ,c': of th(
in "The Land of Flowers." construction and erection \ ill bI t
"Boiled Down" to~Suit the aditstr ed by a mother whose love placed at between $15.001 ,idi $20.
der-Items of l nteret to was tempered with common sense. 000 to which und It ios : Ped t(
a. She knows that OZOMULSION is atk ontributa 1otroein!' ., h, rder
In o r a foiatna eof energy for grown-ups, ent wilt be placed In the T,, atio
will bond for $1,500 for too. It stop waste flesh. It makes for conf iderate p ed in I At naM al
plenty o riblood. or pale, feeblecemetery. It d: Pale Cheeks Pink
will rise a fund for the* ms ofolk it is the chief sourisher at life's t a uyha c
we Ia Russia. feast It car Consumption when it is a pure, harmless, med! final tonic, made fron vegetable
w Masonic temple recently taken in time. All druggists sell it- Western Money Aids Wall Street. ngr~'1enta, which r1lie0 female pain and distress, such u headlohe,
ltuaville was dedleated last o cents and $t.oo the bottle. Let us Chicago, Nov. 16.--4in.'< ako kers backache, bowel ache, diultnes. chiM scanty or profuse matrn *
e d you express considerable satisitAx i ovepr t dragging down pains. e c.
m Beaboe, who jumped his Free all 01e a Mal the money market-althouga i NeN It Is a building, strength-makiLng medicine for women, the oay
at Tampa, was captured ats York there may be ap1proeh t'.ion b) ldicne that tia cotalJ to de you good. Try It.
a. Write letter or postal to market interests. The high r.itesa I Sold by every drugget is $1.00 bottles.
Stidenci of prosperity, OZOMULSION CO. the east have resulted in a .,,,at ilealI
as an evitdelne of proe perity or Pine Street, Now York, of western money finding way to WIl US A L7TIR "YOU A* FtUImZ S
smaileet delinquent tax list for ,_Wall street. A continuau of this eey and talndy, to srcst OAfd Mi.," wrtls Mrs. F. L. Jone, d
Si. situation will work to the wt 1, %Mn tagle ns" t wEllig aml l 5 sy7t ian OsiamWa, Ten.:
B. Cluett will build a For w white men, four black amen t, a of tbhe western commercial 't roweras N ab e. W t r adv m C ard hey
sat Palm o e eah ABsoot.I, o he *., ad aI Ma, hed
h* si h Ade: past 9 years. I of my
tor has the job. as commercial Interests exr-,' to pay Dspt., TheChattaneoga .edie Co., usbnd that Caht Is wer Its
W. 0. Fowler of the Kentucky W. I Lankford, who was shot at in times ch as these. N toonga hattae t,TeT w m tl 0goM dals ing lhaa if
1Institute will arrive i Eau Onala Saturday night while the officers tion of tO or 20 per cent rre,- in New
rwerm attempting to arrest hm. died York would attract so mtnd mohnep
schoay that wit 1n ade on Monday. He was a woods-rider for from (hicago and other we- ru points
Ifhool t r ae. W. e I MoRainey of Wildouod, and that business papers would :eniet with
lf uoast atr at DeFunilak, al, bore a g(ood reputation. difficulty In being placed,
theld ander diffleoulties this year, The United 8satee Supreme Court .- .- A.BSTRACT & RT
a grand success and the man has affirmed the decision of the 8tate When You Have a Bad Cold
entitled to much credit. The Uep d Stees atharomo C out nI LT C OANH.
entitelor C ret ithe Is a Supreme Court in the ease of the Tam. You want a remedy th o will not (t r~ cQ' Ll o 'c t!
Taylor Counte y Citisea is a pa Waterworks Company vs. Tampa only give quick relief but e.tT,,t a per VOYL M
Wly little paper published at Per eity, holding that the city has the i anent r.. E. OY. M
W, T. Lee, and I looks as though right to modify the rates paid by con- You cant a remedy that aire, ttrart.t of Tit 1 1atd fit ll tOrni ritl,l. ti hd e, aerditug insiltt this
helping to fill a long-felt want. smers. the lungs and keep expeotra, in asy. dounlt y. r umanagI r ha Itevd 0t si thirittiuty t a.,rst .ar f
ossages of Orange county are so The Jacksonville Bar Asoeiation hat You want a remedy that l otin- t. thor hl i with lad 1
is year that a man in an adjoin- passed strong resolutions condemning tercstany tendency toward i ... ia.
oty triedto get some of them in no unertain terms the elas of You want a remedy that -l Il,,,nt S s R1R -IN__i
with his county exhibit at Tam- work that has been turned out by the and safe thtake. y -le E "V O 7Lj,
printing oneern having the eontraet Chamberlain's ough RitenKdy ,ets IKF., ACCa('[I)'NT, l 1IL4,lARY ANI INIlE' MNIr INSURAN:F. 'Rpre.
reat oast railroad is having for the printing of the Supreme Court all of these requirements aid for theh seating a tunlier tf prtminent inerionr siand Eup lishh tosapnsuies
bed covered with cinders. The reported and the delay that has ensued speedy and permanent eur. of ibad HEAIl ,4TATE AND OI'TY L.OANA.
t is the best in the State and in completing the work. This printing colds stand without a peer. F'or salt (- t l 1ervi ) Lt : Bj C LOri.VL
many tos bound to have it equal has been done by the Capital Printing by all druggists.
she country. Company of Tallahassee. enn tn Cou'tmta Reports.
trains have commenced their "The road from New Smyrasto Day- Washington. Nov. 1 .-1A, r.c-rdO o
r rus to Penseaola, street ears tons," says The Breese, is now inflne the courtmartial in thee cat of l Kn tir
operation and the city will re- condition, and will be an ideal drive Wade tried at the Mare nd na
Its former activity. You e't for automobilists this winter. We )ard on charges growing ,f the ,. HA R ES BUM
a live town down. Invite the visitors of nor neighboring plotion on the Benniugtion have ti.ert -- AIEl1 1N-
SDauval county circuit court, cities north of us to take a run down received at the navy .eop.rttrinnt anaW
h opene next Monday, will have so New Smyrna and take a drive over referred to the. judgi. td e gnad ', t Whiskies, W..--
murder eases on the calendar. our alie shell streets and see one of a& fot review. It Is stated that tht
--the prettiest towns in Florida. We case of ualtgn eWade w!' be nubOnttiLed
--- -----have mueh ere to Ostreet the sight. to Secretary Bonapart, fr final ac
4 l one of the oldest settlemeats in the A stou Blmt
United Stat. A Disastrous Calamity.
USTheres evidently truth It is a disastrous alaity wh you BAY STREET,
Tr ni stateme n thatthowaterhysel thea lse*nyour health, tees* Inidir|tionSRET
-statement that the lower hyale inth re and onstipation have .pped it away. JACKSONVILLE
Florida otgon tLinow ca ans sport-h Pompt relief can h an I r. Kin's
SRSDAY, Florid Coat Line ynd Tr n ports- ew Life Pills. They liaId lpl your FLORIDA.
WPS A fm nron Companyer fod the Deiray BormdolooOne o ,re headaceh,
NOVEMBER sysponde tof t Miami Metropolis .ise, .olie, conati.|,stiou, .tet. if Pfabot 'B r
l___: "Capt. George G. Gleason of St. Ouaasiated as all drug ,strm e per iril dos, $11 per doe, $1.
Augoltine, who spent lest Wedonsdsay Blu Ibbo per bbl, I 0 d, II A peo r d l. l.
ar intoWrdntPokra .rp down t oso frp dosm **mar,. I S. 8s g &A n a. 4 0E
rer, Enterolaeir and Chnraeter Hillsboro Inlet, looking up the rurer
D"ll", 'a" -ri regard to waler b"e"' g Ih--"-,. s" ralOiyr sH 1r 1 A
a "'uman Hema d w.. We pay freight or express charges
ies." "My Brother .id I." No Potson in Chnmbeeain's Cough rO the (f0o0 n liquo s
MoOoe0ell Lilbrar re'i stemei. Drc .ds, N11 tions, nl n quoS:
Gamded School libaerr if met From Napier (New ,ealsad) Herald: Race Soods...... LEWIS 16, Away Above Everytbig I.
from this att*m* Smoest Two years ao She Pharmey Baead of I t*h Whiky Liue:
_a._ M. we o. w l oe, Ae sr 4 full uart o '
t0; sbheoabeildre w aalysie made of all the e*e** medt* Also BNAULETAI F'LTlKV'AIR SAI)S, .. fu..... 7
as ,J. t w. W. Ati's. sims that were sold i, hat market. CAK8 sd Plt l-Fm. I- full quarts ....... .1 Ts
Out of the entire lis. they fo.ed only E-ery Ita, LUM'S MONOORAM, 90 Yers OMl:
tre! from all polooe. This e eplle, fes, Peinesee flel 4 full quarts ........ 5 00
ma-. b she Ch.br'" "edil. , EARLY TIMES, Pure Seer Mesh Whisky:
Compemy. Dte Mooses. Iowa. U. s. .uhi is Deed l ader 'e:u; .;m--_li.
The absee of all aresin makes th, 18 llE 4 full quarts, del... 4 00
---remedy te mf-- -d tsf w es t ts t e ULt W AWe L.t. d | full ehuartb ...... ..5 6 f)
beid; eel It is wish am se s a,, up

0 sy M~~~tat say moeher sona"Is I*tobet ',[it11J M... VT
Gainesville b L Co brlsialsOeegb eNo h-aO rHevting &ad P5*t goad *
ely is espewlly rovemede by Ie -Iises SLUM'S SYLVAN KLIN, I
11111 or eofr s ooils, creep.a some a ng ad Me be wT Mal w ONa
DAYV, wbnlgeeh remedy Is fee w..fa aeeeeh Vers0
4 U P quarts. tS
-AYO 'a 4 full quart. 4 KS
bwalely 1druggipt ts
%0; me MoneCy ehialaw f -i (tzhll ttafa. l00
vemba~.Sr U OW LOMA 10m A % Ilrr* rrr
vembOW T L IW ork oin. %v i0Aae~niamC _gum __ SNERIDAN CQUO:
OIW FW~Ift &.CIW in Mmay CMWO_~; _~_ __
10 from, Dem lmr NaO~eap 4u full quartst..
--- ----. Ow eUL .pembi Z ?at" 3UMj ol full qwat...4. .... 400
Ones* AamusTow OM a- -- A O r @"w1: IN 1tHU l 2tullqwartM ......... $00
slewr am wI n M
or filildth am saw u pwin isj .I ww 0 slewWe we dels-ro in forger in tIhe
4664191M.M -- M~Kfrba ~tr, ~ h
D11elUs gam a syO iseo$ a[vMliuor IHEW,
-4 i! w b eevrn. Rum and Wlnm ftm
K Ow So b C is M Tedl W4 emF" ta.150t 80l 1
Mmdt~al ins Nm Wlm~r Jw'u gh bI P _______ _______ _______ _______ ____
1c! r II -]b a4d ms odwl- I w6
Ins Om w WA UM i- M 1*1'*

C ~A~vitise mTHE SUN

and Attmpt Welds. .
-h-c--9, N 15 e
Story winow Child then attempted to enn fYo can Vestibaty ome people. N 't aend W at
and AttemJe .ol4a ldo. try.

r lnandedy Mrs. eWilliam Barton olvn E. Sav .th.e sme thing as ifRy you did2 It
at 113 Welhat reet today burled oher; al omle ae people's ide of being nere Effectiv May ............
y Wrold son Uaos, out of a third Is to w dotagreeable things to their d
,' i itoa wndow ard then attempted to l ed r for. t y eolue Trlu eut ... By 221l. 10p 4OtO u Tenn r 9
wa bem g g h revolver. oto kill herselw ange look A thou Lvt JAAunvdll.. .kou. Ry 9 lI 7 I6pl8, Lv JarokinionSl, lr...... Ry. T
he c ando Mra. inde t armes. A Evirton, Florida, one mile from tus occuopnta were In the mnldt of a Lv Jeup ........8. .y 11 40 IOQ O. Lv Jesop, Ol........... o. Ry i
r iandy, Mrs. hr Williamp Barton b ou malnl.p L T 8 mvanh...... 8o. 1 a 20p l 6 Ar Meno, O .........s.8. e. 8
wl ano Into Mrs. OiGest apartment' station. on Rook Bead. 42 area ot f the women were called upon to ArColimbla .80o By 668p 600a ArAlaaa.Ga... ....o. Ry. 5
to se- what wa the matter. Mrs. ood Hammock lnd; all oleare d a vote to, the nicest man In town, bow Ar Oharlolte .....do. Ry 10 26p 96Ma I Arome, Gh........... .Ry. 7 8

Ml wan runnein around the di room he lgret many wo ard vote for their harbnd? Ar OGr aboro....do. Ry 118a 21 p Ar l ioDsst, I. ...... .. 80. Li.
Smorin an reMvver while aemthe llttlo pI coRl0 ] so. 8 y abeuthey orant n h aryoa Ar neiiw or...... ..8 R 221 88 p Ar OIaslao, Tenn..... 0 H D
^K wau begging her not to kill herell range t(e. All *ood troekinl land. en put of untll tomorrow. Many of Ar Iraond.....80. Ry 6Ma 6...... Q. &S
:l.ot her. Mlest had lit every gas et In t w stod putoffunl to- .ArLAbY r2 8. ty 4 Ar Oin ta0 Ia ......... non. 7
M l,. place and demanded that Mrs. $1,00 dwelling and other hoses n orrow, ill take c of themelve. AviYork ad Flordy Ao Big our
SDrto bring her more Lampa. Mn. the premise. All oinlg at a Barpgain I A man and hisa girl can adure a Ar Balimor. .... P. R. B. 118 11 2p Lv Oinomnat, 0..-..Pi-L B8 3
/T i1ton declared that she did not have gat many hardahlpe when they are Ar W. Phel'ia P. B B. 14p ArCh, aro. I ....... Pa Lines 7I
K, 5y mo0, and Mrs. Glet attemptedA t P BIO E. A A es swrtnto thart they do't ewYork....P.B 418p L nematl.O.....8. b D.
Soot her. Mrs. Bartoa closely pur. E A Y. VOhlp rlmtil after they are married.-- ArO 1..........Monon
aed, fled to the sidewalk and made Atc son Globe. No. 4-"New York and Florida E L- e u 0.....0. H >
44" press." Daily Pullman Drawing Room Lv Oimeinaat,.. C H & It 9
her escape. Mrs. Glest then rushed M-t TypOtta ei.. aSleeping Car Port Tampa and Jaason- Ar Toledo, ....... H. & )
t1e1' fek to the room sad pleking op the T t*ville o New York.Arerolt, Miah..... P M 7
S lttl boy, toe ed him out of the wia. Apply for further partiolars to In anuwqr to the query, Hfow old are le 8ton ad Forida a Mich........ P Line

a department store on the ftrt door, i p ..' i M28N: "Dr. Church Is now at Blrmlnl- Lv Lexltoo, Ky ....... R .
ad crashed Into a basket of crock bm preparing hi new printing maTro h e Ld ef te y No. O Ar Looulville Ky ....... So R
er7 which had een left on the rro chine. compositor bas only to sit At 8t. Loals. M o....... Po RL i 35
Sesat. iWrtLep PrtIvnelm down at this curious mechanism as he Lv Jacksonville, Fla. .. so. Ry 76p Ar snnalioni, Al...... So. S y
.Th e child was taken to the county Queen Mary'i kindness took a very would at a pianoforte, and as he strikes Lv avannah,Ga...... ..o. Ry 1216a Ar Birmlngham, Ala... So. Ry 1145
bhopltal where It was declared he odd form tn the case' of the Earl of the keys the types all fall from the umbia, C ..... R Ar MemphTen....... Fric~i
olSud probably die. Buex. e was a valetudinarian who case Into their proper places with a Ar Hot vi N. C .So. Ry p Ar Kans Oiy, Mo... ..Fri,c
had a great fear of, uncoverlug his velocity that keeps pace with the most A Knoville, Ten Ry 6 p Memphi, Teno............
WOULD NOT 16i1SU WARRANT. head lewt he should take cold. Ac- rapid speaker. The form having been Ar Louisville ....... o. ky 8 a Hot Sprn Ark.......
ordlugly he petlflyndr Queen Mary worked off, the type moves Into the Ar 8t. Louis........ .So. Ry 4 op No. -1-"The Florida L]n.ltmd
u r Dnie A ai in t or*leave to wear ls nightcap in her melting pot, from which It Is returned, Ar Ciinnnti........... A 8 1B Daily. Solid vestibole train, tl r
ud Crarne D d Apliton In the royal presence. recast into its original state without day coaches and Pullman sw,,i
'Margaret Dodd Caee. ler majesty, In her abundant grace, any diminution of material and thence No. 80-Daily Pullman Drawing Oar, Jacksonville to Oincinnat
SNew York, Nov. 14.-Magistrate granted his petition twice over. Ills distributed Into the case quite new. Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between No. 1--Pollman Drawing R,)
Orane denied yesterday the application patent for this privilege Is perhaps One of these machines placed at the Jacksonville and Clocinati. Sleeping Oar between Jacksonri
for a warrant In the Margaretta Todd unique in royal annals: "Know ye bar of the house of commons would al- Birmirgham, Memphis, Kan-as. Ct
cae. He gave no reason, but It is un. that we do give our beloved and trusty ways Insure a correct report of the de- Excellent Dilag Car Service. and Colorado Springs.
deratood that It was taken In accord cousin and counselor, Henry, earl of bate. Dr. Cburcb, the inventor, is a AR VA AT JAC NV
a ace with an opinion by Aaultant Dia. ussex, Viscount Fitswalter and lord native of Boeton, in New England." ARIVALn AT cAOKSO VILLE.
From New York, Wuhington, etc.--No. 29, "Wahington and Fliri,,R [,,,
I trict Attorney Holte. He said: of Egremund and Purnell, license and r e.' itedo" W h0t a. m "W
"If it can be proved that Mrs. Todd's pardon to wear his cape or nightcap. Notice. rom New York, Washington, etc.-No. 88. "Washington and Florn,! E
elgnature waa attached to the docu. or any two of them, at his pleasure, pren, 8:20 p. m.
ment shown to P. W. Radcliffe, the as well in our presence as in the Notice is hereby given that on De- From Cincinnai. Asheville, et.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida LU
dertr, by n o or presence of any other person or per- comber 11th, 1906, an election of the cited 9:00 a. m.
S undertaker, by Ingersoll Lockwood, or within this realm or son other stockholders of the East Florida Tel- Fron hien, Cincinnat. Atlanta. t.-No. 14, "Fla. Limited," 9
I ether of the subscribing witnesses oer hone Company will be held at its of-
to this alleged soond will can be o pe n our dominions wherever ee i nesville, Florida, for the J.C. LUSK, Dstrlet Pasenger Aget, 108 W. Bay St. Je lle, Fla.
d uced, criminal proceedings will be duarin hls life, and these our letter porpos of voting to increase the capi- 8. H. HA owIcg. P. T. M. W. H. TATlwr. G. P. A. BaoogaMooeAx. A. o. P.
uced, c lnl shall be sufficient warrant In his be- tal stok from Five Thousand Dollars
Warranted om any one of three counts. half." to Twenty.Ftve Thousand Dollais; al.
But at present I agree that the *vl. --so at the same time and place a vote
deace does not warrant an arrest" heeks. rm aIrle TeIth. will be taken for the adoption of ao
The motion for the appointme2!t of a "False teeth have been known to amendment of Article VI of its char
temporary administrator will be Leard generate electricity In the mouth and ter to red "The highest indebtedn
oin the surrogate's court this morning, shock their wearer painfully," said a r liability which the corporation can
anytheurrully time subject itself i Fifty L0 Time Card No. 62. Corrected to ei.
dentist. "Only last week a gentleman Thousand Dollars." Le TII C o Crct
SECRKTARY TAFT RTURNI. came to me and aid e feared he was This 9ib day of November, 1906.
getting a cancer on his tongue. 'Such 0. VoYLE, Seo. SOUTH.-BOUD-READ DOWN. NorTi.,ouN,-
SH een To lthmu o( Panama on evere shooting pains attack me,' he ---
S Tou Tu o n e16 ld, 'that often I utter loud oaths in No.* .io.. STATIONS NO'.* .
STour of inspection. the most unseemly places-at teas, be- ,- u y 4t. lly I .. -
t.- ftorftolk, V., Nov. 15.-==the Unlted the m umwemly paT--at tMB, 0^ -- -. .- .... --'
Nfolk Va., Nuv. .--Te U tore the minister, and so on. It Is like i t) i .. ......... .. ............. Ar
Rotates cruller Oolumbla, CLumander knlfe thrusts. Io you think I am go- Ito J i, ; ... ...... ?_. ,A;u,1it,,.............. Lv 6
J. M. Boyer, passed in tne capes of Vlr. inl to lose my tong?' I found that .................. t" .........
Ilnla at 7 o'clock this morning bear two different metals had been used In0 7 1 1 ...................... 4 .
ing homeward Berretary of War Taft fixing the poor man's fale teeth. Tbese Cillaews is Cking a Feature. 7 ......... 1 ..i.. ........... ,
and-party enruute from the Ilthmus ol motels, combhlnug with the saliva, had 1 '. r,, ,,, .....
Panama, where the secretary has beeb formal a small battery. Electricity Everything in eason Cooked to Order. .......... .. nts........
an an Inspection tour. The Columbia generated In the battery continually. OYSTERS AND STEAKS 19 I' I y,. 0 1 1. 7., .ll....... I 1..." .............. 7 '
called from Colon on Nov 7. and after and shock after ahock was admlnl. 81teeilt e. 9 10'.. e, ..................... ..... ......... P i
a brief stop at the nltlted States naval tered to the tongue. I painted the met. COFFEE the Best. s n; ....... i' ,,.......... ; '' 4
station at (Ounlannamuor. (uba, lfrt thai Al with an In tulatin vnrnish. There- V I p 1 ,I ........ .... t onra I.. .. I .. .
place on Friy lay lst prodding dtirectt after the man had no more trouble."- PR ICE RE N A IH L E. i 4 ... .. n' ., ..........
ly fom Hampton Roads. New York l'rcs. n I,," ..........o,.,,,::::::: .
cr I. e r upon ToQ LTA7 1 mJ 11 ......... O i"ilt JIiir 2L .l. *a,,n.' r
pahe crulicr upon *nterlng Ithe rape, W EST S IDE SQUARE, 3I -,- r r, k
Scamr at onic Into llampton loads and t A- We est Main Wtreet, 8. - lo e p Si a' .........Uii ul... ........ ..... "
dropped anchor. Secretary Tafr and s A ........ ... .
#- -' o n- 1029 nf 1 .- l a o 4ll & d1 b- I. .i

arty will proceed this evening by a 0or J l ad Jh (l. ........ tleoa.L.......T.....I.... .l.r.t ... .r.... r
steamer to Wlashilton, arrlving there ALvp i T b a s, -[ r- sTttle0..... E. '. i I,.
* early tomorrow mornnlg. u11d W in p- .,W, .A... ..... .. i: o ,

No Crase of Pneumoni, on Record. n r 151i a 5 .as .a p -- *s- rn..... ** n ias a
ttr8 O d ( nwe 1 684 r ..... l ...L..F rt r ...o................ 1 I. a
SWe do not know of a single instanc c ,allig Ad l a i 0 "r --:...,t L'eroT e ....a .... t a "
where a c.ah or cold result ed in DS h ol -...... .. .... "
puoematlnil iorr arnsmption when Fo. fln1 t ore rous.. Daa School SS : :. ,'4 1
Sri,y'. Ii ,me.y aind 'lar haid taken. Two miLk. ho had i en o e mitted aI s:- *"--"'-- t- .W~t r .. 1
tcrs'e roubs sd 0cold perf..tlg, to d l ,tlg. v e,.luln Ierrllu lhe Noe o 0 Wes Ma lnt.S.. 4 .u """"" .".." .. 74'.
Todo at :k:.: 'har:ewth r8 un-* rlrer: t hour's )f t iht r lutl me t nt with -AIN.VI - I.)RIDA It ........ .I. Bt ....... "-
aI gon- laye iltl y i' l shwIng Cth other -0 .-- D.or .u .... ** 5 .
.9151 I r, lr't,, ;hu,.h may e mota s aimdl f st stou.. unIrkedl with black 81st Kesa em Opesed 54sI 1 0O ..... .... *-- .' ,. ,
t P. h ,'h C,, lllllt on, a utls. |y a pro.rrl, .rran.gem.nt p er IN, 190 I 1 ............snnal...... .. ,-
C.1te,,tlI,0,, tht t-t, d ,, t ec,',,v.ry frm I winner woulld lutfWIr t11i other I -- t as-11 ,r -n..t ...... .
a cold A"" '"f "o Hone pyr. of ,li r*,tory iy r.,atig i ." M ... ......Lv -
Tsr 4.. sit -.&tt ( ts .(r ld.ja undertone the first lihe of the v 3. IOME STEAD EKXTI 'ON I',

por prayer. It pruceea of hiatt the ttwo
Reco\ r rd '11.0%0 D'amono. amilka manarbdc~c to trotallpl te meet of Ar lo
stones mawl ito perfect the rtie of the USo L.Ra wli g &Coo 4 4: 1 ..m... ..-m.aed. L
Ito )N, It, h tv I it,, lAcejSgm. me, that w the term of liner- Sut.,*euorso T. J.I MRae a IV
ceratIt bad Cxir'Itt the, game was an ZA (fUT ]BRANCH
fInteresting that It wron generally adopt BR&KIR S. t_ DAYPoUT aa&1c l
d l o p B R 0 2 r q v R S 0 4 LlI 6 fltarm .
Od Illy Ell thle 11111111111t1` Of the WMsfAfltely -------------
lift# as a lavWt pasUine It rery soon I Ar I -
t. 114. !.ox NI sI t. -I i n itls popular throtibout Italy. slid the drat Ro I. 4
411- IIK! 1 (I VIU~ IlHhUt(1~ 16 h n Room 7, Hism-Aolter uilding ~ ~L~r~ u ,Ito ar (
!tie '11-Mii. of i -". %A!.,! Oii' a11l10 of the reapptro was rrlemise to tw 1?~e" say at rete. I 165o 4 &s......,. 1; .
i 9'At0'.l 1%a, lv' I ht, glbugh' wonr tilt o1 llimint," by whIeh Eamn -
O&:* If I 1, ahou' '.11 l, the Saute has #vor mine# twen known. IPrtlvat WIr s S.t P1M e landf (' O ft A KCU Wr AL MU M CU W ORI NS Al T '
Mir It,1 '9-i- hvit t. 1qpbIhov'. to tho' ter. ?h Ne U 12
4*-0 h e11' ,- .t. 4 -n i G. 0. b u r ful as T o a fi os A after F eo w k ie tor we I ORI UA WA N4K A ND T HR ST O 5t 9 A of N o P. A 0. '
years. lr~u+i~n
eatrYJ ii' R Hrubarsr of Carlisle Center. N. HAVANA AND KEY W EST.'
ylb wty writes. hrt About four years W I MAX K, gRA USkS1
0 ou if th u.'. wrose goe estatin that I had bee" to-~SS~ Gat"-~- t-
OWl op enoes asne ____ dolmes subt
Coesstrpdofon a evtre trouble -C
Contiattn.by tak I ac lees than two bottle, of To. &Dma orRT EID.
is Pho-ititciy Impo"'W. it i)*'a Kidney COwe. It Entirely popped ILAsWEIL& CO" o
(.boo"llpalloti I*- p h Molly P. ro i's 11 # be IL. d b wle d. eseM, Wild lei a and WHOLESALE SHOE3S 4 I W IR CARD o 4w hor"'"
038"6 of 117er sod ktdn.'y ca'niple:rt syapwileof hMaey diiesease di"40- "M e TU TICKET AGENT."
Itevr speosi trts isa'gircsi-erd "istilia. peardW I aM. o an thas I hav i W AN
1ion Reeh a des'ia'rlsrbi e'4,kiut kit ne ve bad a aem of I l tbt an of L AOL Ono .111W Pm A&%sL. ALOL* ST..'( AVO
U ,. ..r" r r',', i# a (or it. 1.mpsoms huj 1 sthe U loars hat
11i, r.o will Opedily remedy mattoro haw # pa e A I evidnth s be gl Apses WuhUC S8duSU Wflj -
clo. _%. tms", r. to st feared l Cn O beylh "AIM No a en
wrH-..-. teb, Ilk I&W '"avies vwt5. Fols ye to wowmt swp
tlft Wnc I6." 1 $ a6 s. isma @besediefis, for 111116
W. hi. Iolsby. W. a S "Was 0 TH DAL1 S-u

.' .


atiem Wie LkeU the ..*&
os f Julian Cae*w.
March, 1801, was the day
Emperor Paul of Russi:
nated. Paul had received
rd of the plot against his
arranged to leave St Pe-
following day and go to
ere he fnciled be might be
the evening of the "5th he b
at an early hour that be
ugly ret blimself before
bls jruruey. At 11 o'clock
re of the conspirators--off-
g h:l;h rank in thefarmy-
t the g:te of the palace. It
iLut the oftl'er presented
Igmled by the emperor him-
thlr., wv-l!i a tforgod signature
nd. lrlfonii:gI the sentinel
were e;;llhl to lold It council
th e tar. were admitted.
eror' ;iii dc-liamp wass one
iost rif th c-itauspiraitors and
vauVe ,f lrh' er. ltfl'r 'le hilor of which
lk sol( .)c (n gyartnl. "Tile
ieeps." sn.t thl ie In:fiI. "I imu1 t
SThere Is t!r. In the cty."I
treacherous :it. The C'o:
ling others putli f:t-r\vwal.
aut to alarni t!,e sly fell. plerTcei liy tl'e ,v'ri.ls
splirators. l'aul attltilnite; to
Soor, but belu una:it, to do
bli sword and, turned Im lliy
"What In your les:gi:;'" lile
I of Count I'lnat Zouboff(,
it do these ruen wat whlo are
'r "We demand your ii.lli'a-
lied Zouboff. who then rendl a
ed, which had been previous.
Do you, who have been load-
pountles by me, turn thus up-
master" said the emperor.
re no longer our master," re-
boff. "The nation las provid-
luccessor In the shape of your
ader." )
t this rlaed his sword, and
Irators, who bad not expected
bow so much courage, drew
th the exception of a man
lsingaen, who urged the oth- !
rd, saying:
hesitate, you are lost."
bmnt Valerlan Zouboff strucit
blow, and the others quickly I
his example. As Paul still t
an ofcer's ashb was paseed 8
i neck, and the life was chok- t
him, his last words being:
iu, too, my (onstantine!'

T* Ins anrlaema to e
In I l Computtlet.
Is Interesting to know the
some of the stars In miles,
in that *ay the numbers
that they frequently con-
iastlat conceptions to the
this reason It is customary
stars' distances I "light
light year is the distance
olg at the rate of 186,300
second. travels in one year.
ts In round numbers to
00A0 mlle. The distance
Centaur is 4.35 light years,
the dog star, is almost
a great, or & light
other words light requires
to come to us from Birtas.
are among the very nearest
Some wbose parallaxes
| tlhr estimated tbean --
Sto be e ted at a dW
iUht Would nat trevreW
I or two ceaturlet. Tw
Aretu Mr atstaca. ha,
ft Dr. Ik. a parllaz o.
P-mI aidth o a smi
omat In that ease be abet
I yars or mon tbha a thb -
S Ulio ll.. And If Itt
toI gr et, the. eatae Iht
rmly as the square of tho
Atm Ms I t ean be
Artar maut actually
Sor000 ttmaass aeh
Ito etiestly mch mear-
MJa tof te sta*e
a illEon" Is n kam to
large o@* evens to
gsIm aL Thee iy
oyat sa toa tom

al- s them tem ae n
eI*t e a fkw ptat
h of the sarM =I.
ree m t ar mmesed
hewd A the vast
eve w0b 10 hbea of
f amo haM to asa me

me sea two elbow no
em eI ss --em M
I as t sameo "Po"
easwed -s e g

al I be

Wl i -

%-. AMN mWO

The Outt e at t Maeveteth Ca nturw
Uernt ael"r" P aL h lo .
In the year 15i1 Sir Ralph Verney,
aged thirty-seven and recently widow-
ed. decided to make the "grand tour"
of the continent with his i sn Edmund,
aged fourteen. He gave a list of the
clothes that were to be sent after them
to Lyons. It Included "ti F1ne night
capps Laced marked V in hlark sllke.
and 2 Fine night cappa plalnc." for his
own use, and "4 new plalue capps
marked V in Blew alike" for the boy.
Thbre were also numerous elaborate
shirts with lace and "New ('iabrick
double Ruffle Cuffes marked V in blew
thread, 5 paired of little ilolland 'uffes
for Mun. 8 paire of( Cambwrick double
Boot-bose," and a large utUplwer of
"fine Holland Handkerchera Buttoned."
Also "2 Tufted Holland Wa\tciates
Lined, 2 Dimothy %Vastcoates. 4 Face
Napkins and 2 old Randkerchers and 2
paired of old LiUnen Stocking."' At
Lyons a "Blacke trunke with 3 locked
and Wooden Barres" was packed to go
to Florence and the widowed baronet's
careful inventory of Its contents shows
that there was a great deal of the
heavy mourning which the "etiquette
of grief" required. "Black ('loath
Doublets, Black Breeches and Cloake.
Black Cloath Cape for a Cloake and 2
other peeces of Black Cloath. Black
Hlats and Ilatbands, Old Blacke Tafaty
garters and new Black ribbon rose,.
and several prces of extra crape."
Sir Ralph Verney's baggafig contain-
ed no fewer than serge under-
cappn and (I Browne calihe under-
capps." Thes were for wearing by
day when the wig was taken off. And
"3 plane new night ealtpp coarse and
80 Fine Peaked night capps and 2
Night Periwiggs." His toilet equip-
ment Included "12 Tortus shell Agten-
das, 2 gold Picktooth.s Hair Powder.
2 Pairem new Barhing Larnney, itars,
and 3 Head-rubberu." And there were
"Muske for Powder, ('lprus Powder,
and a Puffe." For emergencles their"
were a "Black Leather needle case
with a great gold Bodkin. Papers of
Plnn.s Blew Thread. Shirt Buttoon, and
old White Round Buttons. 'ap-string'
nud Tape." Int the Interests of health
'3 pale m hout I'hlilck" and "'Sr R.
aIntliiug' pliatcr for a strilne" wer"
akenl, hlt "roet, water. rome vinige'r
and l older rvilger" were perform left
eh lid. though consli erel nulost nlcew-
lary for his comfort for the winter.
Of pre~.-us ii poesslonl slttlje'!ted to
he risks of travel there were a few
'Ings -whereof one hath 8 Diamonds
ike harts," two silver ring of the
boy's and "a Bundle" of Mary's hair.
He took to Florence as a gift to a friend
here the new Paris luxury "the Teeth
Brushe and Boxe." and In reply to
the thanks be received' for them said.
"Tbese are such Inconalderable Toyse
hat I must Intreate you to speaker no
nore of them."--'hleago News.

l8ugglish Liver a Foe to Ambition.
Yo cannot sceomplish very moeh
if your liver is naelive, as you feel
dull, your eye* are heavy and llht
exertion exhausts you. Orino Lasa-
live Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver
and bowels and makes you fel bright
and active. Orinu Laxative Fruit
Syrup does not nauseate or gripe nd
very pleasant to take. Orlso is more
eltetive tham pllk orordinary *ashar.
ties. Refaesubetitates. J. W. Me
Oollom & Co.

The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower
1.J. J. RUIDM, Wlr e d Prsr,
OCALA, n.,


A bmodsomy 1illuetrawei mapalas
4I9 esdrpefially so tbe Iame' od

A epeelal trial ube wItiome of al
mthWl lbe met 09 1nOeIG 0 0
emuo $amps takes.

AIma s oaty is 0w am." Is
9aes has Pta ales~ usIIna
wa, o mlf OMMas W
so' mills PM I mI
,j goptin, a9p"We
Woo"-- o"Wompt.
Me -. 9gm
osam Malli Ssei. = =

h & CaW4

e ebreloom
yuof. ~ UaSrV
-5e had;4

_ _____ _
_II~ ___


HI> olKl) I

Can sell your oity property, (im.
proved and unimproved), phlophlae,
trucking and farminl lands. Send him
a list of what you ofer for sale 3142n.

e. E. BAKER.

GAINEBVILLE, Alaohua C(' ,
Office in Endel Block




Over DuUton OoA Blak.


sirnetill v


Offie le Milr LAw Kaci,& L:'

11m1 W. Ba ys..JaMlkoonlvi,. la.
Faust br.boler o draunght. Don't
fall to small on me whn in JaskeLtvill

TAMPA, F:. .




and Return Pk 4.75

rThgkoe aOes "November It, 15, 17.
.3 u ,ft and .d 3. lPV Final limit
of uG" Desesber 1. IWO.
F lfull imfwrmion rpsardlo he
absefergsber rawes ell m Atl9901
0820 Lie. aeasi or wer, t
Dist lulet lass. g t e.

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mibamw "h INre"A mi

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Pw wwaa a kLslI

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Air Line Railway

B Ti irxm O.RLO)B

.... DENTIST ....

OBoe over Mareas Iderl'. I46 r : rlnts

And Solieltor in Eqiiuty
Real Estate, Ooeveyanoing and Ute
ersl Practice. All business prunmptll
attended to. Offoe aet doorr to SUB
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Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlesas

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write A. 0. MAcIDONELL, S. G, olYI.STON, Ja.,
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Jacksonville and Nev York,
Calling at CHIARLESHTON, S. C., both ways.
The FiNat Stuamlsls i the Cstwie 8ervloe

The Clyde N ew England and Southern Lines
Diret ervie RBetween JACKSONVILLE, BObTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastrn Polnt,
Calling t Oharleston both ways.
Southbound ............................From Lowis' Wharf, Boaton
Northbound.................. From Foot of Catherine at.. Jakelonvills

Clv&e St. Johns River Line
Hlttween JACKUr NVILLM and 9AMnromD
Stopping at Palatka. Askor, Ht. FIraIes, Bereoford (DeIlAd).and lantemdlase
Landinl pon t. Johns River; oummeneing Wednesday, November 18, 106,
Are sprointed to sail as follows: Leave JIekboavillel, daily elept iatur-
days, at 8180 p. m. Returning, leave ranford, dally exesnp Sundays, at l1 i ,a m.
snorUtoum. nCM lDU LM nwleera
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What N happened and What is Going
t o p TeldW n Short Paragraphs
1. Thatm "He Who Runs May Read'
t1 ib Thef un.
A tta the sal at New York Backet.
l i" dee'alling cards in latest styles
'ia oSfile.
For aatehles valles attend th male at
the kew York laeket.
Pound, citron, marble, ransin and
frouit ake at Dotey'e.
Order your Christmas froit eakes
now. Keystone Bakery. dtf
Hard wood for sale In ar lots. J.
R. Holly, Arredondo, Fla. ds(
Hoeor Love of Trenton woa a busl-
an s visitor to this eity ynterday.
D D. Powell left yesterday for a
buoPsine trip to Tampa *nd other
0oorge Bryant, marshal of High
opringswas in the city on business
SKalbIeld's Famous Minstrers at the
opera hooe* Friday night, 17th. Don't
fail to see them.
i dAn addition of two rooms is being
made to the home of James F. Cellon,
North lianeviillew
Ceder Key oystersefresh every day.
Also all kinds of bottom fish. Datis'
Market, 'phone 9. d8
J. L. oonaell and family of Fort
White have returned to their home,
after a visit to this eity.
O. A. Adams of Jacksonville, repre-
Ssonting the Covlngton Co., shoe de-
pautment, is at the Brown House.
John Whiting has gone to Jackson.
villa, where he will take a thorough
equese in the Maesey Blsines College.
Mr. and Mrs Sam T. tell have gone
to Jollett, where they will be guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Davis for a
few day.
SP. H. Baker, the naval store opera.
tor of Oamptille, arrived in the city
yesterday and will spend a day or two
with his family.
Miss Luollle Oololough has gone to
Tampa, where she will be the goest
of her friend, Mier Wills Wuoldridge,
during xhe Fair.
H, 8. O.raves, the nurseryman of
North qanneville, left yesterday for
Tampa, where he has a handsome ex.
hibit t the State Fair.



Ask any lady that has used Blue ma. Uo ". -'--.a .W
Ribbon lemon or vanilla extraet. Hhe Alachus county's Fair C)mmission.
will tell you It is the very best. Takes ere have a handsome register in aon-
les. Flavors perfectly. neetlon with their exhibit, where i -
JustFlecelved-A fresh car of fna Itorse an sign their names. It is a
Kenitoky moles and horses, suitable good idea, and o te margin of the
for all purposes. Come and look thempages are showed bhe adverttements of
over rawford & Da ome of ainseville's reliable business
over. Crawford a Davis.
llewr4--I will pay $60 reward for
The regular historical meeting of
apprehouslon and eonvietion of party t
apprieheain and oonvietion of party Kirby 8mith chapter, U. D. O., will be
or parties who mutilated my Irnigating
held aS the resideoe of Mrs. J. M.
plants. John M. Fiewellea.
(plans. Jn raham at 8 80o'eloek this afternoon.
Mrs. W. J Oarter left yesterday for I t expected that the State Pres*i
Tamp, where sh. will spend the next dent's report will be re d at this aeet
few days vie ti"gfriends and takin li g lul and a full attendenoe of mem-
the sights of 'he big state Fair. ers as drsired.
Now that the time for planting oat Weare na position to furnish t.
s at hand se.- i. S Merehaat & O. elav tean, eoke antd lettoo* hampers,
and sieter*oee on both Txas e re u rout. alo rabbage and aesstloupe erates
Iroof and ninety-da)s or spring soek. promptly at reasomble prime, and
Earl Want Parer, the noted le- guarantee prompt shipmeat on all
tnrrr, wil appear at llte opera hou9 contract Ship o either A. 0. L. or
on Thursday *cening, November 16, for 8. AL railroads. Willlaton Mas.-
the boneit of the Univereity High featuring Oo Willison. Fla. dawtf.
tehoul. lete advertisement a this leme. ___ I _
Vememnihr Kalbflld's Mlintr re READg TaHI
**to ter std." A numtwr r, exelleon READ 1 1.
artistry If you want to enjoy the CLAItVILt..L T inx.. Jut, 1W01. .
vee n n attend the opening of the the. Dr. B. W. Hall. St. Louis, Mo.: Dear
atroesl meoan at the upera house Fri- Doetg.-It ti with pkeaure that I re
day enrlng omread oMr Taas Woader tfor kid
lons. W.. t Hobismon and I. 8 eyI and bladder troubles, a my w wi
Chubb have returned from Jackoo-. and mysel have both aeed it l g.
Vill, lher they wens to attend the perieneed woaderftl relief fr t
me*i.nsof the lortda State Central use Cal. W. BaurT.
Jte|,'blieast Erraotive'ommtIrtr. of- .
wrhih the latter., hbairmn A TEXA3 WONDE R
J A.J. biirkland of liaxue uas a emalU bele the Team War
wMdilg in the eity yesterday Mr. d4o, iJo%'Sl O Dinteve, eaves aI
8.r4ekltil has a lar ge acsge it. susr kidney sad blad de tembles, mas
Ia 1 l his syrup has a fne re usia. gavt.Ies6es diabetes. seiaal aip.
i alouanlg n o jaedgei lie eNrc to bln grird ta0 o a &short ii.e d tim and al boegsalHeesI of Iho i'
iavitUes his frend or a"e d t M rs tob h&h -- as I
The Aatleatso Cost ULe ot r a re art. womes- r aIa bladder ambles i
O alevlll to Talmp and return. t. ha; mM hi s Vd =am
eount Florida SItae Fair. of St.. B tck. 1s b.in lU i iS wen --- i-
*ae oa e eem the 18lU, good to rq. wM aed 1 o pees
surc aflr the fair. Train lear. ere I PW. aU.a-
Uaianr. illeO :l p. m daily. iteeoma(ef. taM 8E.W
J. A. -oowi, steksia agemt for per- e Ar 1111"d1tW 11014
islae. di4gmsW a


after his pperop later.

Tom will b carry If ye does* atted4
the slaglhter ial at New York hBacket
tGorge Byle., merchant of Windsor,
waI a business visiror to this eity yes.-
Dr. C. C. Barrm, mayor of Highb
Spring, was a visitor to (aisnemille
T. J Moody of High Sprias was
among the vilstors to the eoounty eao
tal yesterday.
Join the crowd and get 20 pounds
granolated 'ugar for 100 eent at O.
8. Merchant A Oo's.
Anyone baring eity or country prop.
erty for Pale may apply to Orr Steien
burg, OGanesvlle, Fle.
T. W. Shade has returned from O .
ser Oreek, whro he ha been looking,
after his vet naval stores latereea.
Turpentine lea or sale at thb isof.
hee.10 per does, 18 per boundred.
Cah mass aeompaey order. dawif
FREE A *ak of OMhar so Bo
quiet loap with aeh box
of ColapS* Dental Powder as Dor-

Justiee E. T. Henderson of New.
berry was in the city yeotarday, hav-
log been summoned here on eoort
Lost-Pointer gyp, with white and
black spots; tail slightly oorled. An
Iwer to name of Bill. Return to E. A.
O'Neill and set reward.'
Joseph L and Thomus Keen of Old
Town, LaltRette county, *ere in the
eity yesterday on business with the
United 8(te land oflee.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ward of Fair-
banks pawed through the oitl yesser-
day on route to Hawthorn, where they
will visit their son, o. W. Ward.
Mr. toeen of Newberry, one of the
clever salemen ia the employ of Kin-
eaid & Btringfellow, general mer*
chants, i@ spending a day or two in the
We keep a good lot of Kentacky
took on band sa all times and have a
frek ear every mith. When in need
of good took sail on us. We dlfy
oompetltion. Orawford & Davlr.
One of the nobbiest minstrel at.
raetion on the road this eason is
Kalbflold's, which will appear at the
oera house on the evening of Yriday,
17th inst. No advance in prices. Se-
oure your seats early.
Dr. J. H. Hodges has just porohased
a very handsome rubber tire buggy of
Orawfard & Davis, which is one of the
handsomest ever seen in this city, and
as a coosequenae the Doctor feelsquits
proud of his pnrehase.
If you want to spend an evening of
rare enjoyment and help a local eduoa-
tonal eauIe, attend the lecture of
Earl Ward Pearoo at the opea.bhose
Thursday night. See advertisement.
TIkniast mt ho had at Awarate



6Ceapeet wteore e KrtA."

The Grut



Is still oe at the New
York R hLs
The a e will eatinue
thUIme Meada, Nov. )0th.
This to the oppesItoay of the

Dores ta- to byed tha
artiolea It era.d t be.

BeeryFtag ae advertied.
amd yo-1 cawey bhas If 9e9
are nsa theamsthy easiald.
D"I't al a to&uad this
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iHoliday Shopp

Oei.ta 1Ilty yeardao.
mt.,*. D. WillDiea hae rmerd
taee Atlanta sd flsan, O0., where
she ha been on a pleaat vAlS to rel-
W. B. obh, the popular potmaster
as Tmr l andWiley BHia of 0ew
Creek Ba4elTh Son a plei st call
last e'Sltug.
J. Pt .0daeof Fairfeld we ameeon
the visits o a th eity ywtsoday. He
*ame atmot his ea, who w alsa in
the eit from igbh 8priam4
Dbjpt A rie F. 8. Cart w amm.
t1e A~hr i elh who paid e
q Mts yweordra. He seren a bwee.
8ea emiated with the eoacr.
P M. p~ Mrs. F. P.' MeLtrX Jr.,
bave reN~io d from a deighJfal viett
to Mr. Mrs JaOk Hall., O t"hir
oleput namo ry boome mar Alubs.
U ryoe w popWty uL unt to iS
It, e Orr A tasoabmrg. If yea wain
to bey, I wIoald payoa Op me tbhe
*loe, oa they hew some ddsrable stes.
For bsle-vPoloer bite, two yean
old solid liver color; good suekt
gljannted to give stlfatioo Pria
twentydollars. 0. W. Lewis, Wade,
When na need of any horse or
molt, beaglesor wagos, ore or
lap robs esil on Orawford & Davis.
Their pries always the best and bte
We harv a plenty of rmanlated so.
prom hand and are still offrling I0
pounds for $1. Come anybody and
everybody from everywhere and any.
where. 0 8. Merehant & Oo.
When you want a pleeaet physle
try Obamberlain's 8 omah Iaw Liver
Tablet. They are easy to take and
prodou so griplag or unpleasant of.
foot. Sold by all drugogsts.
There Is on exhibition in the store of
A. L. VIdal & Co. a Kumquat, or Jap.
amen creae tree. In fell bearleg.
whiok has attracted eonsiderable altn.
slon. It wearown at the Gravt Nor.

W. 8. Donham of Boston is one of the
clever traveling men who are now
oomlag this way. Mr. Duaham Is rep.
reenNlyai ark, oggi s & Johnson,
Importers sad rosters or coffees, Boa-
ton, and Ist etablishing quite a trade
n this territory.
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Greenleaf & Crosby C:

Jewelers and Importers,

41 West Bay St.

- Jacksonville, F

Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention'
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(First corner South of P. O.)
Fameua CatlUnetal Cedar Key Oysters. Drip Ceofe. Weterm *eatt.
viek Unexcelled. Ope Early and Late.

Among the prominent visitors to
Galrnaeille is George 8. LeGrande of
Wilmington, N. C., auditor of frtigbt
reeeipt of the Atlantie Cowat Line
railroad. He iea gueot of his brother,
B. W. LeGeande.
Among the visitor to this city La T.
J. MeRae of Hawthorn, who is here on
bNlaess. Mr. MeRae is what is known
as a mafaeatorels' agent, handling
fornitre of all kind direst from the
feotor. He enjoys a fine business.


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Mr. and Mrs. Moore King of Wind. m usv a l T sVIlNTOI
sor are rejoicing over the arrival of as ad IRON FaNCi.*
fine boy at their home. Friends ex. WlSee ornampi.e
tend eongratulatios. wih th the wish "--
that the young mas may crow up to be P M. oa atLo to aS a-iseU
tis tne. mal 1aai~e eatn
a handsome and popular as bis pso. :e-ee
"dadd ."
Noah J Tilghaa of Palatka, head, Oali-gyl., Florida.
of the extensive milling frm (of the
Tilghman Company, maanfacturenr of --
eyprese igles arrived in the city GAIRNSVILL.R' FAVAO
Wednesday from that city. Hle was
0e rmes to Lekae, near Cedar Key. !iT.
where his eompaay recently purchased '
the plant and timber right of th Lo. lachua Pool Parlors
kiss Oulf Cyprea Oampay. ard wall I
tart the mill up in a ftV days C. Bare. prieptr.

Tees Agent uoodwin of the Atlantie
Co ut Lie stated lIenrday that while Loeted in she Po ter la, );so
bioeeas to Tampa bhe not be&a so Iide .sNare. Threo IMrd Wsam
beis a tar a he had ahtieips be Good o gaI,. sad smala enrtes
badadboomed ofta neber of teket ris. eerv The pmblte iS-~ ,ia
The eoeI e a little early Iet. howev. (d 111P wres.
er. Ge r FaIrdid 1 thro" w open ---
t l ga Me tW t word sWntil 1eeter4y1 --i I
atd at do IMst deer to o raniI ta '
Bttrasr o. is teroghly organld. D O NT

F. T McOonaek has ae.'t.S a!
tfuavslma e sItle with g *rAC.
vaol So &own., Jin.oairlo i Sad
has alve"dy Send spot h'a 'etit
6Tid wll ntl be mrt necws o:
frieadoor saMr.d MOW O. IdCorn." .
Uae. MeOsmBk, who eodm alto it
SLme7* stonbbee, had ne andedto ru.-
trs nub her hmumband Wt So ucssp
Ifht wome Aey mw afew I mtYtas
f bte 4g44f SWe h bever1
toe~m -s beslase I

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Vistw at Iwok.6..


Ds kelevs Are We Ihu te SG
SO.O~pesteim aWeWorklgame's
wwatr Melt As "Tha 4s0 DO-
somet gfte yeiaugmmAL

FL Peterbus. NOTv. 15.-operor
ad the umetan aourt will
son B to 8L Petersburs this water.
higrt tiae ago It was announced
t.meror was about to return
the water palace an as ann ot
Omuat Wtte has lastalled i
bet his majuety has now decided
o from Peterbot back to the Bar-
Swhere he has bee Ulving for
two year ith te e pon of
a t meathe spet at at erhol. EK.
e the a oe inof the ceremony
l a-sig the waters lat January.
the emplerr narrowly escaped
owln to a tmyserloua ohbare
Sa be*ag treed Inat the direeton
imperial party by a saltla bat
S(e empeor haa not stepped tn'
I the winter palea or over aLh-
tees math His daeisio not to
to the capital s regarded as au
b ,rtaafte. not oaly tor t maor elect
-but bease It heeps bI surrounded
by cou r P m ta ac ai t of cloe.
S Oa c e ata ke WUtte who
-at the present dthe i have daily
and almost hosorty oaOeao with
the eaeror.
Members of his bI s a tN.eara
are strongly advited aaaet the eo-
*pewr bein In L. Peterabrt whea the
Ustli eal aeaMbly aeets, as well a
aeetat of the danger of pa o ar
odere ofl te capital this wlanr,
wellam g to the enmpeerrs nald sot
twithot eaoct, the fatal reslts of Lou
X"I agreenla to leave Vareanies and
pilaet himself at the mercy of the pope.
lace of Paris in17M9.
The Pollsh delegatio here are work-
A.l to ecure the aooperalo r at tb
Ulberale. Bocal Democrats and work-

(buat Witte. whom the deutatloe
Edo othr ation r P oth a er aenal p&
10tMdstfrIs la 1id Of the Poles' bMtte

al st. oad th t artial r, law uIe o
he mlthad wiut the M mpatra ,l mok
00106tam I bem taken for their assist

C"Sat vimte, whom the depotaties
40w was exreemely &a, dchlarlga,

bThe plretr aee t reg that wthe ma
-4Do shlas ftr Polnm Ssdor wompel

f CIo Isa em oad repet Mla dltli

aso amle f Wasa sew. Te rad sal ee

amWatm* M ltNB w .

PeSte gpriseas's se ts. i-.
.*TA rb* a ftt'o tw ar e 4ma ei t
Af"t Af tdo goerm--s m to ra--MPon
I"S Paed mEIn maWIn lawr.
(adaItag thaift M a A vUotislpeg
-'--e th s mem hse
agIW the seheis detmb

'Le io ese aie t nQassey =I

S~ I tn h e Sa teh sew

as VW oa m a
i. Arhf As 1 onI I4 VL A


-I ftn a mof

at te se4te of Leutisat Proloff, of
the imperial orm gUd. Who recently
sabred Ptofeeor TrTe of the Poly-
techalc IaUtute, A 1 Jtne4d tn a pro.
posal to boycott nVVg sad ill tie
other offleers a t'he horme uards oa-
klm the lieauteat elears himself ao
the chalre or raels within a month.


The GeQvwwme WII ive Away Pek.
age AUgaptI 0
Waa~alatao Nov. 1.-Tr an unal
dlstLrbulte of vegetable ad lower
oeds by the department of arlcul
ture will beiln o IDe. 1, aed before
plan tig It m t 8 speoted the lnre
amount, aggregMag ILOWO packgehn
will be l the Iola of the peope kn all
sections of the country. 0(ngress or
tUe puat several years bha approprat-
ed P9, 00 f tl tis purpose the proper
tlon of the ambat Is used tor the ex-
pertient work ad other kindred mat
terms. The bulk of the thirty-el ht mil-
Ion peakage isr subject to the order of
senator ad repreentaUves for dstri-
autiono aodg their constituents, the
secretary of arculture serving one-
ftth of the entire amount to supply the
stastical crops onrrepoadents, the
weather bureau and for other purposes.
The country has bee divided Into six
seUtons with special regard to eli-
mate and special seeds wU be sent
ely o o theseocltiles in waich their
propagada and believed to be espe-
cially adapted. In addition to those
of the vegetable and owner variety.
department ends out qusatites of cot.
ton, forag end field seds to locall-
ties to which they are bast setted and
from which It is thought ood results
may be obtained.


Russlan Jews WIti Come to This Coun.
try to asape PersecuUona
New York, Nov. IL-4seob iH.
ehlet at tie asapus meUetg of the
educatUok alliance last gt referred
to the oouditloas to Rasala sad also
spoke of the Jewish race. He said:
'The turmoil| In Russia must have

some serious consequences to the Unit.
ed States. It will mean an immense
Immllratlon and this country must
ke-p Its doors wide open to allow thobs
who flee fro that oouatry to eater.
The Jew has a large and generous
heart or those afllteted. ad will aid
great hospitals and like lantltutloas.
But when It cones for a Jew to con.
tribute for the head. for education.
nothing ood can be maid There are
many raes of the Jew, Ive or six at

'The Jew races crom Is this omutry
sad thy will unite Il making the real
%st Jew that ever exited. the Amerl.
na Jew. If we want this, we mut
do our duty to that raoe sad la the end
Te world wil! gt the beaefL

Te ODesde Canal Luetli.
WasahtaWon. Nov. I..-The queutle
whether the Panama eanal aUll be a
sa level or a loak ar wllU have o
be deAMd wittia a ery Iw daes
AM the members the board of ea
sultti eatexm have retlrmed to the
eoty of Washleamou and expect to me"
every day A thi we k tN l Ithe Ealo
eaelstos has been weethed us
he setary hs be M obserd Iar
.lag tge aeslie that to ase yer w
eble hto e ah a deale asamno t aso
t e reml Aer It hIe bas oe
elded wMh tre f esa l l adp, a
sheet eprt wil he llmade almas

s ase SVe a n e o te swe

ommdb -- 1w m, W --r inIe H-
nM ates 111 be tef ds of

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Many Importat QutlUeu Be
ton ladoeal Body.


An Amseasmnt I 4iev1ed en All MemW
beroa ef eAmrt-i Federation af L6
bor to AnMle International Ty
poraphial Uet In I It P ht.
Pittmabrg Nv. 16.-The second
day's aeslo ot the AmerleauPFdera.
tlon of Labor eekestiou was calleU to
order promptly at o'clock by Pre-
(dent Gompers. He called John
Mitchell. second vie president, to the
chair and Ja"e Duncan, first vice
preedent, read th manual report of the
executive conandl. Jt gave Ia detail
many of the potit covered In the re
ports of the peea t. seotetary and
treaurer. T)e m tings of the coo.
ell were held dsig the year. the last
occurring to thl lty Saturdy alt t.
Tlbe jurdticetlo disputes wore an la
brought up ad recom edlation
made. meot of whhb have been com.
plied with.
The coppersmthb made apoplcatiso
for a charter, It was sealed and
the orlltsattlaMrwa urged to afillte
with the Aialg-mted 1eet Metal
Workers' laterstaonal allnoee. Ar,
rangements hiate'ben made for the
coaselidatioo of the two oraalsations.
1n the matter of tae protection of
children the exutaoive cowsil had
bills ltroduoed in the legislatures of
any states. partlealarly lo the oath.
prohlbitlta the deployment of chiN
dream ln mlls, faetori'es, rmniee and In.
duetrial establiabs ents. Some pro.
greeaspas ade, but results during the
yer were ot entirely satlsfaetory.
Preasdeut (lomber was authortsid
to ealits the asistamee of other or.
anitatleo In srcurnla the passage of
legislationI a all states prohlblting the
emplyk ent of child labor
It was decided t3at lo the fuitre t l
executive ounncll Ithall not Interfer
with disputes betwes labor organisl.
toln IalesI the uankis lavolved have
ethauste) all means to bring about at
adjustment of the dt ierces.
An aseeameate of I seot a mebe
a week, for a period of for week was
levIed eo the eatllr memberhlp of the
Fhdevntie for toe easet ofa the later.
matioaal Typenraphe mNUaN to its I
orts to *etablish as eIghlor wr
day hI the ob aad ssmmerel prins.
Ing estabilshmlats he the Ualted
Rates ad Coaada.
The Typngraphitbl 1 los has levied
a sebetasata asemeet for that par.
poee, sad an lorgornnaoe are urged
to reder assistsaa Io the printer ai
their effort to eetaMi the eight-blh
day by Jan 1. IM.

Lna LesM e o npe Hme.
maMaMea TegL, Nov. l.--~
thobert theicrtCl e m-r oLm r I
Tru hoas kmed 0 W term te nM
pad the seei elp heis hehsil Mas

Subeno rts wetly mia ti 0a ,f
paI to epI t f W ud ot l t o
It- a peua f etiOa *l M Si lw
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ek Marap,,,, sweer

Itereseetg dget of Items From
That Hutling Town.
ArLer, Nov. Il.-W. 0. Andrus re
e id home Friday, after a ver]
plamwew tlii wisth relatives Is Nei
Jeoe. He s Improed o health.
J l. A. D. Cosblta sad Miss Leil
uaiAght left Tueday for a visit sill
the la b t Dr. H. L. Monaugemr
at Mleanpy.
MrI. MHgbe asd daughter, Orea
re at hIoa iaila after a ale esy a
their old hoee Coleabus, Ohio.
Dr. WaddeDl peaehed two very abli
rine a ."aMday to a eroowde
Mr. Brown of Galaseville has move
his flaily here, ad will be glven
weloomn by our people.
Ms. MIidIa of Willistoa *peal Sat
ardey with Mn. DoPoi.
Mrs. John Fleming I In Jaskoo
villi visiting her daughter. Mrs. Ed
Dr. Waddell and A. I). OhambUi
left Tueday for Palatka to attend thi
meeltil of she yamod.
O.W. aumtihs has added a nile
warokooee o his store.
Mnr. Gre of While Springs Ii visit
tag her mother, Mrs. Aedemsoo.
LUte Harry Tatea, who ha0 bbei
qolse alsl Is Imptovlal rpily, am
efU mO be out salsa.
MN. Tribal s sd ohildr ea ll Iav
a a few dale for Tamps to vil Mrs
otaetrd and o take I thoe Fair.
The farmers are riding eae now
sad eoom t be busy geaeralrr.
A. T. Dnes, who t eele l purehobae
the Flake property, ha added old
erably to its value by having it re
pteaored, paIweod sad otherwIse Im
proved, with the addition of mae
R I. Hodon hau jqst anlihed i
aew fenee a front ofb h mis oe.
The t Is Fair at T pa has beie
rwedl dertlerd l Laad a number ol
visitors will take W eighlts.


Ooneerning Perseon and Events at Thli
Thriving Little*tlo Snes OCenter.
Lihleossa Doemmber II. J. J.
Haymeas mad* a nost floerlhig trip
t O Galeellle Tuesday.
Olyde Asllne of COrae OCeek ship.
pod his flnt greaefros ad orange
Wedaeday to New York.
A mioe time ao reported by tlhe
whe ateoded the lee aremr eeppe
ives by A T. OOwe Meday ialh.
AI T. ade I fylo gsrp to sihe
Isslad Matet Tueidlq.
lKi Bm.. MoeSsIs Meroed ei
OCai Toeae, where Iahe a m
am her eghur,tlear A smertas wish
Ir poswte, sM. ge Mr. J. C. Me

J. W. SwautS made mea sees.
poetd trip to OeIs ege day sad re.
seoed1 MeaIay.
*M. I. N* U gel of Tyier 9*1.
Img her l tloe"d drlativee she
m ie sew gpsW
ThI a of ltigh A Gor e*t.
haemes, haee IMoMi" Wold est ** J.
., 3s***e I retied f rm bsiasess.
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OSb oe Mrs. Leevia Andrws.
k 9M8ase"ls asoi s. peers el,
i s the b--se br deeo-
Mrs. Ohinu IJsa, il Febed slrse
.Mrt, abe I al- *** Ieaq adiee
amgs Whlie Mrs Assas had ba s

bea eeee e bet dir
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They Claim That &he Died From
Heat Disease.

t Neighbor Woman Who shredded Me
Cepe Make Discovertlo-Offlleta
S Will Eshume Body-Husband and
Sen Are Culprits.
d HLaatvlle, Ala.. Not. 16. -J. F. Jack.
a sw, a farmer of Ia rlitsvllre. has bees
arrested for tie miurdtr of his wite.
SMrs. May Jackson, wu diled nu a ay*.
terious manner on last ritday morn.
* Ing.
S His ston,. harles Jackson, and an.
other )runc man, Oharel Webster,
n have ben arrested as Jackson's a

The ooman died on Friday and it
SwaIs va out is the etlghborbood that
sY harnt failure.
A fulseral the woman who
drise A s. JAdkwao after death,
* said that uoe of the woman's legs w"a
Sblokea and that her brains had bees
beetea out. Thls statement resulted
ae t the awearin out of warraat
R alntat Jackson. hi. son and Charles
The coeaty ooromer and aolIttor will
exhume the body of Mrs. Jacoea i ad
hold an laquet today.


Federal Ot W P eleen at Sava.ash
i s P"amen" Cane.
smvanah. f.. Nov. 35i.--'The Oder
al court or the southern distret at
m orlla convened here today., Jdge
f meoay apr prelldla. It iaL 12
ed that the Oreeae and (iayai f
will come up, t*e noteJ prialsoere ap
being Ia Jai hew awaitnlll trail.
"Cap4sl Oberlin M. C rter, who was
convicted by vollrtmartial ol swiad.
lngl Ihe aownramant out of ,.700T,.l
In roanectlok wi h Iho harbor aoe
tracts. awMrded to (Orene anIt Ioay
nor. will not b a witness In the trial
of the contrators. Special Assisarnt
Attorney O*aeral MIrlotl Krwln, who
arrived today, so stating
It is so known whal daIpNtltlem wlff
be miale of the ral,- if Will lSaymor,
Wlld (ayor and M A O(mnnolly, iwo
were ladltepd t thr ame time as
Oree a and Illanor
There are a number otf Ilpartiat
pt1a Is reonertion with The t e
that Ithrre arot to be silled4 before tlral
son rent'-rm upon It Is tahelht
vwre llkrly that the eas will be called

sa' allul. e Fiursi .- or A llil
A-enit r1eight RaSt Ltigaea.
Wasuaieltus Nouv I.- As earinal
IrotUe l e* med to llr* yr ades t to

efkll whi O I lle, O W h o41 iig I&''1
day a4giast l. pupo*Ke l raLurea
Iight riate lriIAatr i The aSele
was led try reprridstaivs of he see
great tea6au ursgasaliui easian ed

trwaimrs re nw asers of u deaa
a1ms 8nbh raeent on a the peeldes
represpoted *ai **b rl oersaisalelasa

eeers oif ron*. T sk. they1 a
ntded, Will be ft. Ilw4 by a l eaa
Ia of he aerale peewr of hea l-

mObe N **-- la ea*n *a
rm a d eepswqmast l** be uedin
Ifer oa e IAsltl tes ase oa IE .
-asR e a It a. aNMrea. -usegte e ae as

ea ealAserina a4e at epeaaa S. *
e Oleap aemem a s e na*. g

eastern ewes gesm
*ea slue est a he s l me

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eorge Bradley Lst Life at
HandL of &. 3. Kite.



Animal Afe Little Girl's Lunch and Was
PuNiheod by School Boys, When
OwTr Took the Matter Up With Fa-
S tal Rsult-Kilte Surrendered.
ro7m Tesday's Daily uon.-
Te lvielaty of the Orange Heights
I theol home, In the East End, wa the
e sis of a tragedy at a late hour Sat-
e aiy evening which cost GeorQ B Brad-
sy, a negro, his life, as E. B Kit.,
ardmaster of the Seaboard Air Line
railway at Waldo, was compelled to
kill him to save himself, so it is alleg-
ed. Immediately after the tragedy Mr.
Kite telegraphed Attorney Evans Haile
of this elty to come to Waldo at ones,
S notifying him of the trouble, and stat-
log that he was willing to surrender.
Deputy Sheril J. H. Orager accom.
S panled Attorney Haile, and upon their
arrival at Waldo Mr. Kite gave him-
self up, but Immediatelpgave bond for
his appearene before the grand jury.
From the best Information obtains-
ble, It appear that one day lts week
Kite's littleoister, A)oqifourteen years
of age, who is attending school near
Orange Helghts, took her dinner to
s, ool, a she had been acustomed to
do regularly. A bog belooging to Brad.
le overturned the bucket a ae the
litt girl's lauch, when eqme lt l.
misa eaughe the salmal
tall of. This so enraged
a e upon the e O r*
vrds, that he is ioga to used
akoelve language to the flls. o,
stating at the time that If 'her JrI
other" wanted to take It up he
S(Bradley) would give him all be was
o lking for,
The girl told her brother of the oe.
S errnee, but, while e h wa naturally
S rovoked, let the matter drop. He wa
#IMln In the vllcitl of Bradley's home
IBruday afternoon, when he met
adley, who wa armed with a shot.
g l. IBradlaeyase6sed Mr. Kite, re
I rtg to the ildfeet of a few days
-p, vloe, and asked hil if he "wanted
to ltke iS up," at the sei m time dl-
etg vil oath at him and rel-
g- his gao, as if endeavor.
to shoot. At s this instant
Itte, mallalI the gravity of the
al eittn sad his daager, raised
Shis rtle, wlhik he carried Ia the war
e d t Ired three ties, eaoh shot
taktag *eer. Bradley expired In.
I itly, when Mr. Kite drove back to
WMo.Ielegraphed to Mr. Halle and
arredea d to the oflsers.
Steurod iEhlteen Lots Directly North
of Unlveralty Grounds.
S Sarror J,. W.Patton, who has a
aest dal of aonIdea ln the future
S ( the city. ha parebased from Major
W.. Themas ighIbtoe lota immedi-
t l oawth of the Uailverst grounds
e the 0malanham Lua road. Thee
S Iwae oat heaodrd fet square and
adted to belldlag.
abol 1&ate in the vielaity of the
iverlatty Ig ad d hs taken a lively
We ad for reveal pooth has beea
Sarlnla gooad prine. The ad is very
S favoaWlyl l4ated, being tb b and fre
f: r t e aw p or marh. That actlo
of to eltt l detelood t bosome one

If the Baby i Ootting TeoeT
.e sorn ad e thas old ead well-
tried reedy, Mr. Wmllow's Sooth.
ta| lym. fOr ahlldrea teOthing. It
i~t- tho sIoM.ld t*io I*Is,
MIsa all poi, ears wild coli d al
he ee reoedy tor diarrhea. Twri.

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dI 0a0"W 3zperleoe.

It i aad but
true fact that
every year
brings an In-
oease in the
mlber o toperas
tons performed
upon women in
our hospitals.
More thanthree-
fourths of the
pMatiente lyIngC
thou snow
white beds an wo t and 1irls who
are awaitnu orre overlong from opera.
tiaos mode meseary by neglect.
yer,7 one of the p~t tea had
plenty of warnen i tbat al down
feeling, pain at the left or right of the
womb, nervous exhustaon. paini the
small of te back, leoIorhira, diWd-
seas, dtulency. disploaements of the
womb or irregularitis. All of these
symptoms are Indiestion of a un-
emlthy condition of the ovarim or
womb, and If not headed the trouble
will make headway until the penalty
ha to be paid by a dangerous opera-
tion, and a lifetime of impaired useful-
ars at beet, while in many caee the
renIlts are fatal.
The following letter should bring
bope to suffering women. Mim Luella
Adams,of the Colonade Hotel, Seastle
Wash., writes
Dar Mr. PinLbam --
ALAbout two yeaI ago I wes~ eraM ar-
tw from a were faeis trouble, r ad
sta d sThs oa r nurbsd mano no
MaU told me that I adt atma cM thM
MAW" 004WE0 an operation itI
doth warrant, b t I spent bundreu o
al fora. but the er ha t
m W iu t1 W a tO Iwwdoi
advrid i to ke Pthe lad ham's I
retble wo it was su i to own

r t the ,troubles enomerated Ion
just so surely will Lydia 3.
4r Veretable Compound care
dvery in the lad who suffers
trom womb troubles, Ilaommation of
the ovari, kidoey troubles, nervous
eltabllity and nervous poretration.
Mrs. Plnkham lvites' ail yoaug
ome who are I11 to writ her l L rd e
edvear, kdnema, toln, ner,
"eitaili andnervos prstraion

Spring Park Stock Farm Company
Made Big Show Monday.
Manaaer OClllson, of the Spring
Park Stock Fart S Company. Monday
loaded bis fne Heford and Jersey
castle. Berklire l ., Angora goats
and poultry oe tho ear, and the took
left here on a speeall train In the early
The stock, especially the castle, at-
traeted a great deal of interest, and
many visited the old Tennesee ea.t
bis, where they were quartered Sun-
day. Manager Oallison, realisini the
oonflaeaent of the battle for several
bours, paraded them around the
street for a few blocks just prior to
taking them to the ears, and they were
greatly admired by all who saw them.
If the SprIa Park 8Stook Farm Co -
pany doe not carry away the bulk of
the live took premiums at Tampa it
will not be by any means the cause of
on Loot e ether.
"Consumptinl rud in our family,
and through It I loes my mother,"
writa K. B. Reid of Harmoay, Me.
"For the pat fve years, however, o
the slightest sign of a oOla or cold, I
have theo Dr. King's New D)isovery
for Oooumaptia,. whh haa savd me
from oerioo lug trouble Hismoth.
her's death wa a sad loe for Mr. Ieid.
but he learned that lug trouble muat
not be aeglltaed. and how to eoor It.
Quikteet relief and ouri for eogbh
nd eolds. PrN WOe and $100; guar-
anteed at all drum store. Trial bot.
t Ir fr*e.
O0d Mads' Supper.
The Old Maids' supper, which was
given at the North (iaiaeeville Hall
Monday evenleg for the benefit of the
hall fund, wa w*ll attended, aed it is
anedlose to add. enjoyed. The girls
wer "drea@d rt their bet." but were
sold by weight. with the mult that
tl0y reallisd troutm I eeat a to 3J.
The program was iateepersed wittr
"hymwe from Mother 06ea." by the
little folks. and a the eoelseaho re
frlthmeee were eered. Alsngetber
the evening was pl"eaUy aod proeth
ably speat. abol es having bee

"I Thank We Lored
Cried Haaaah Plast of UtI Rok.
Ark 'fr the reitf I Coo Ite ruts.
A*e's Araesa alve. It *and 9Wa to

Lee ,eat 8ls It t ee haea
u ar a -e wato X "d d
ewt al an Itd Its
tad V -i -k wrr 1 -

Public in Interior Will Soon
Deprived of This Species.


The Act Provides That, After This
Date, No Mullet Shall be Shipped in
Florida, and Floridians Must Eat
Other Fish or Nothing.
Prom Tuesday's Daily Sun.
Mallet-tersn in this eity and State
should get all omwing to them by the
15th rnet., whlih will be tomorrow,for
the law preventing the shipping of this
toothsome member of the inny tribe
will go irto eflet, and, if tbis law is
complied wish, it will be impossible to
secure a mallet in the interior for love
or money. This will work quite a hard-
ship on maoy who have been aseustom-
ed to feast on mullet regularly, but
apw they mast content themselves
with other varieties, if they are com-
pelled to eat foh.
For the pest few years, from re-
ports, this speeles of fish, which were
caoght n large numbers on the At-
lantic and Gulf coasts, has rapidly di-
minisbed, with the result that it is said
they have become so eoarce that the
situation became alarming. This re-
ulted in the introduction and passage
of a bill at the lat session of the Leg-
islatore preveptin the shipment of
mullet from ayao-Int& in Florida.
The law, however, does qot prevent
the eatbhing of mullet, which will not
deprive residents of esaport towns from
engaging In the industry for local de-
mand, or using the fruits of their la-
bore for their own homes.
The mallet Industry baa been a big
thing for the fsh dealers of Gaines-
villl, since it has been the standard
bsh on this market for several years.
The marketmen are very much provoke.
ed at the law, but will comply with the
same to a letter and depend upon oth-
er fish to socoimodate their oustom-
rs. _____
From Wedneoday's Daily Sun.
According to letters received by the
marketeno here 'from fish dealers in
0Qdar Key, the great Gulf fish center,
it to learned that the law prohibiting
the shipment of mullet, paseed by the
last legislature, and which should
have gone into felet today, five days
grase has bee granted, and that deal.
re may eeotloue to receive and dies
pose of mullet up to and including the
20th aist.
A prominent marketmaa stated
Tuesday that he considered the law a
very poor one and discriminating
against tbe Florida 8o ermen in com-
petition with the Ish dealers of Geor-
gia. Mullet are as plentiful In the wa.
tegs otGeorgia as il Florida and deal-
en may emor le mallet from Bruns-
wiek and Savannah In almost a quick
time, and with only a little increase in
ost of trauportation. "We are going
to have mullet i it is possible to get
them, and I am sre it is," he remark.
p d,'for the teorgia eaherome will be
glad to supply us. I oe aider ,the law
more of a detriment to the Florida
fishermen than to the dealer."
Suggllah Liver a Foe to Ambition.
You cannot aceomplih very mueh
If your liver is ianetiv. as yoo feet
dull, your ey are hvey and slight
exertlo exhausits you. OOrio Lasa.
tive Fruit Syrup stimulate- tha ler
and bowels aod makes yo feel Ibright
rad aetiv. Oriou LazaUv Fritl
Syrop dee aot aas se e r gripe aad
vry pleauA to take. Orlie e more
e*etiv tbHa pile or eadltry ethar.
tcoa. Refabasetes. J. W. Me.
Oollum A Co.



R 16. 1905

t ~;'S

Untn the drain on your system produces permanent disaiMty. Th belm
breathing machinery is a wonderful system of tubes andcells. To hae good
health it must be kept in good order. A COLD is conaido rd ofs In
tanoi yet if it was known by its proper name of "throat Inflamd,
or "ngeMoation of the lungs," its dangerous character would PP"
Slat, When a cold makes it. appearance use at once hIiW5 8
Ibe d ISyu which will peedily overcome it.
WHOOPING COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW
UNIMENT applied to the throat and chest give wonderful rBe, wil
allrods Horoehound Synp will ridly stop the violeVt of
MK Maoa Adams Goldthwai, Tex. write:--*I have used Ballard'
Norekouad Syrup and flnd it the BEST medleone for croup, counghs a
oda f My children use It ad It is plest to take and quick ely e
SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes, 25c,, S, W LO
TheChUtes's avtIe leeway ver _eU"let" Oeoai'tad a
SBalard Snow Liniment Co., St. Louis, No


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county. Oar manager has lived in this county thirty yearn ad
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.

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f foist adulterated whiskies,
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public. It'll do for awhile
-a very short while. We-
have no inclination to at.
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-' ity for (luality-wili con-
vince you of the advantage
i"A Hof buying here.

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A hwr Civil Caes Were Disposed
ef During the Day.


The Docket One of Heaviest in History
oflhe County-Sixty-One Cases Be-
fo Qrand Jury, of Which Five Are
Ohrc With Murder.
"' from Toeday's Daily Sun.
Their nt day of the circuit court of
Oe Eighth Judicial Oircuit for Ala-
she easty eoorvened Monday, Judge
J. T. Wills presiding.
The regular venire being exhausted
dadrewing the grand ury, the sheriff
Vwas Inroued to summon a special Ye-
elre of twelve for petit jory duty for
ho present week, and the venire was
etroned as follows:
M. F. MOook,J R.Eddino, W. G.
Rimhardson, J. A Jones, M. B. Saun-
4en, 8. M. Mixson, J. A. Manning, W.
0. Carter, R. E. Huffman, B. H.
Grasy, T. B. Lewis and W. S. McDow-

The following civil cases were called
op and disposed of:
Rotohbllda Bros. Hat Co. vs. J. W.
Williams & Bro., assumpei(. Verdict
for plaintiff, $16.04.
K. Baird & Son vs. I. M. Putnam &
(Co., asumpiit. Verdict for plaintiff,

W. H. Cannon, Jr A Co. vs. J. W.
Williams, assu mpsit. Verdict for
plaintiff, $116.43.
The grand jury empanelled for the
erm i as follows: Samoel Elliott
Baoknight, foreman; Frank Boals, 8.
F. Walt, J. W. Burnett, A. J. Feaster,
O. M. DeSha, W. P. Boulware, Wiley
Hines, Henry Parrish, H. R. Stokes,
A. D. Phifer, J. M. Beville, J. L.
4rawford, O. V. MeQueen, D. M.
Bryan, 8. L. Crews, F. W. Polk and E.
A. Flowers. Mr. Bryan was selected
0o set as clerk.
Btate's Attorney Calhoun stated that
the business before the grand jury at
this term is very heavy. There are
sisty-oe ease, five of which are
s-harge of murder. Attorney Oaf-
boon believes that, with the heavy
, docket, fve weeks will be required to
complete the term of court.
Court will convene again at 9 o'clock
this morning.

Second Day Spent in Case of
Beach vs. A. C. L.


-From Wednesday's lDily Sun.
The second day of the circuit eourt.
ootside of the grand Jury room, was
spent in the eae of Mrn. Ann Beach re.
he Atlantic (Coat Line. asumphit,
damage for the death of her husbaod
at High Springs. The aes occupied
theetireday, and up to lst night
the evidence wu not completed.
The aourt will convene again at 9
o'elok this, morning. when the eas
will be resumed.
@t'a Attorney Calhoun my@ that
d orlbha one of the bosiest
In the litory of the county.
the eixty-on enaa before the
n are charged with murder aad
our on charges of eawlng
ia a dry county.
Bwrt ns Testfies After Four
Barbse of Carlisle Oenter, .
: "About four yr eanr I
stating that I had been eo.
of a severe kidW y trouble
lee t has two bottles of Fo-
SCore. It etirly stopped
dast edlmeot, sad paluo ad
of kdi y diwase disap.
I am tlad to ms thas I have
a seers of say of t&he
during the four Iyn that
sad I a eatdtelly nred
med, lad beaslly rsemmels
KidMay Cnre to ayloeo eofr-
kIdey l or blddtr tseble."


anV. bw e wm an ae
i be"". w" e" .waJ lanv so
ase-m" afb t sw m F
Oe a

urns P. Ef
Iils Iull P~


Let the mother take
Scott's E.mull.sion for the
two( ; it nevcr fails to
!,benctfit them boxth. One

can eat for two,

but nour-

fishing two is a different
thing. It calls for a de-
gree of internal strength
that the average woman
lacrl Peonle of nluxurv



The Entire Printing Plant is To-
tally Wiped Out.


The Daily Democrat Had Been Pub-
lished But a Week-Sherwood &
Pound, Owners, Lose Heavily-J. 0.
LaFontiase Was Editor of the Daily.

I...... ... .. 7 Liv Oak, Nov. 18.-At 2 o'clock this
are not very strong by morning theoloM of The Daily aad
habit; overworked people Weekly Demomrt was burned, and the
orilgf ol the firen a mystery. The
are weak in efunGc fire company responded quickly and
tions from exhaustion or did good work, eomlinlu the fire to
their surroundings. Scott's the block in whb it originated.
The Demoreat owned one of the beat
Emulsion can be depend- plants In the Sate, being aloed at
ed upon to overcome such over $18.000, and wa ioured for leas
s. It is a than half of that amount, $8,00 worth
conditions. Iof new material having just been in.
derful food for a mother stalled.
and child. The daily, whleb hadl hd only one
week's run, will be issued tomorrow
SCOTT & BowNI, 40o Pawlr Sime, M vrk from The Creoet ofl oe.
-... The Daily Democrat, of which J. 0.
ODD FELLOWS' HOME. laFontisee, until lately city editor of
The Times-Unloo, was the news cdi-
A Number of Guests Already Arrived or, gave promise of twin a n splendid
For Winr S on. uocesi. and the owner#. full of pluck
For the Winter Seaon. nd determination, will push it to the
The Odd Fellows' Home and Sani- front. The Weekly Ihemoorat has al.
tarium ha opened for the seaoo.n d ways been sueet al. and is one of thed
.Lk --L-- . .. .. = w e ead is one of_- thel

everything aboul the grounds jocks
very interesting.
Several guests are stopping at the
Home, among them heing William and
Guy Thompson of Pittsburg, Pa., and
Mr. ard Mrs. J. O. Byan and son Car-
thell of Humboldt, Tenn.
There are a number of patients in the
hospital department, and they are all
getting along nicely. Miss Beulah Hall
is one of the new trained nurses lately
arrived at the Home to assist Mis Lee,
the matron and head nurse.
Mia Lee, who is now in charge of
the Home, has everything as neat and
tidy about the rooms as one could ask.
8he is an excellent person for the po-
sition and the board Is fortunate in
souring her services.
The matron requests The Son to
state that the hours for recelving via.
iors at the Home are from 9 to 11
a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. m.
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, aod on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. These worthless Imi-
tations have similar sounding names.
Beware of them. The genuine Fo.
ley's Honey and Tar is in a yellow
package. Ask for it and refute any
substitute. It is the bet reme4 for
coughs aud colds. J. W. McCollum
& Co.

A Fine Photograph.
On' of the fnest photographer ever
turned out in Florida, or anywhere
el e for that matter, is a photograph of
the University Graded and High
School. the result of &e efforts of Jae.
F. Smith, the Oaineville photogra.
pher. The picture mounted is )310l
lnahes. It has been neatly framed,
ad will eonsttute a part of the ed.
oeatioeal exhibit of Alachbu eoulty
at the State Fair As ao artist Mr.
Smith iea r r*ue
Neurallia Pains.
iRheamoatim, lumba and saratie
palMs yield to tbh penetrating loeo.
*eof Ballard's Snow Laliment. It
preetrate to the serve asd baes,
mod beelngl aorbed lato the blood its
bheliln propertso are eoovered to ev.
ery part of the body. and el(et some*
wonderful eure. Me, Um and I1. Sold
by W. f. Johmoa.
Dae of Mr. Ccaub ,e.
J. H. Caobbe, tbot fftly oeenr of
Sle. sad for h pae M tea membi e alks
Wekrhmbas Ut Ie Keleloty Jmill. m es0
wta&nrwe, died >ma,8y iflkt, ad
ma bWO Nesdal. Dessemd was
mtwe of ethb Coselts, ad brd as
olasiU hbws. Is to endaemend tea
he was a widteo sad Iteo a m LM is
bok OMCrenUS. Is tefa. It has be
m ey difmh iesoie ay t.lMesuelo
relative to he people Ito Sa 0C

A Otam iam --- -
Is to 6 dtm en lete whes yes
bw paow sb ****es **sui ran
g- ger pSg hse -ten aggdb
1Omp se sw as e a I
3We We M IN be"s o" Wp
a" @am a
n sea -e .
~md weu.... a

moat prosperous weekly newspapers
in Florida. Is has been an important
factor in the progress of Live Oak and
Suwannee county, and Its los is felt
by the people generally. It was.in
every respect an uopto-date paper.
The Snm and friends of Mesar. Sheer.
wood & Pound and Mr. LaFontisee in
Oainesville expret their regrets at
their misfortune.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
Contain Mercury,
As mercury will surely destroy the
ense of smell ad completely derange
the whole system when entering It
through the maeous sorfaoes. Such ar-
tioles should never be used ozeept oa
pronriptions from reputable physrle
laes, as the damage they will do is tea
fold to the good you can possibly de-
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Oure.
manufactured by F J. Oheney & Co.,
Toledo, 0 contain* no mercury, and
is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and muoous surfaces of
the system. In buying Hall's alarrh
Cor e be ure you get the genuine. It
is taken internally nnd 'made in Tole.
do. Ohio. by J. Cheney & Co. Tes.
timoneals free.
Sold by druggi to. Price 76o per bot-
Take hlall's Family Pills for oonstl.
New Pastor.
The Second Advent church of this
city has secured a oew pastor, l(e. W.
M. Struoo, who will begin hr labors oa
Sunday nelt, and regular services will
be held in the future.
Mr. Strut eamn to Florida from
Vinol Haven, le uoe week ago ad
met with the S1eond Adrentliste C(*-
ference reorutly held as Live Oak,
where he was asioned to the charge a ;

U- U

We Aren NIow -




For Men, .WNomen and Children.

We carry everything ready.to.wear and all
orders will receive prompt and careful attention.



1. We ndl goods by eXpreA C. .I) ..sbje.t
to exiami national before 4epting
2 We send two or three stylts of garments
for selection.

rt P.54 tf

We allow Io ple ct'nLt dbolomt for c(Amh,
on?1 cnntracllt rooda.


1ls M- -oo Dow
m wp* or aoeate.

u=0 a dos

ok SON ad bowel*.

Eqosid as we ore wit aNEW FIRE.PUOF VAULT,
New TripIe Time Lock. ScmreWke' SVNL.PNOV
WEC. writh ut Owl 1 wIth F" ad er"d ilar
lesrnst, eour money Sed i6abO Papers eae

FOUR PER CMNT Intemt Pi'l ,on TLm


Alaohua, Florida.

this ity. He is a eastlemas of lgod I .i -a -,
Ideal and elpecte to enter the field
with a view to bueidlea up the Maue
For the preset Mr. and Mr., Stro mt
sre stopping ilth lMr a5d Mrs. (H. LEVY, RO. & CO
W Perry of North (lisersvill.,
Man's Unreasonablnea I N IML MAUII, UL
Is often a Igreat as woms 's. mit
Th e. S. Austal, manager df The Re. -- -- ---
publns of Leavemee.rsh, id. wwas
naot usreaaoble. whoe he fateed to
allow the doctor to operate us his
wfre for female I r,,ible. "Ilnteod." he
ey. "'we *o e;uded to try Et*rae I
B M y Ntiy Jelo w e W" Woe *6ek *4he)
*o*ld heral Ieave here bed.ad ve t()
poyeae hadu faled to re)* e.I In wlv.rtiing l.- tio I VI After sietg krleerte Blln She was
perfectly eaed. ased ose o liaVre Jitsbunk l 1111!,t lfAn thmt thle iuMcount nbl14 be
oil her bose* ld dAiese "
60ed 69 all0dru POPkpt ine TIIITS BASNK W,,,ffer AB80LLrgTZSAIfT

i I ll IU t our l,!Ixit tNrn

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ll. IH. McRN ARY. Editor and Publ'r.

Tsass ov 8ascairrio: N
BV- w --eft~e -wv ____
y wouo Ivery M4l-ay H Thavana
atOa60ineeTOa a

V ^ H. McCURbT. Editor and Publ'r.

ITsim orv clamoror:
Tha Twlealo-Week Sun 1 a year; six
amom lb, 10. t single copies, S0.
ADvanarisio RATIs:
S La-Jdvertiements, 16 eents a line
w IaM L and 10 cents for eahb addi-
s.p hrlegtion.
!' Ill- ad advertisement for three,
asi, U months at special rates.
S r unmbisbed upon appliction.
( Vartage and Death notines inserted
file. Obituariee, oents a line.
S OaS OLmw oe Li?.
A BSun and the Thrie-a-Week
(M,Y.) World one a.. .........$1 0
W e Son and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Weekly Oonstitutlo oane yar.. 1 75
A' a S anad the Atlhats (Ga.)
Sal-Weekly journal one ear. 1 50
'The Ban and the Saml-Wiekly
Times-Union one year........ 1 0

i al We will not saeept stamps of a
aUgerdenomination than seente.

All the world will rejoice at the lib-
eration of Finland. Never wa a no.
bler people enslaved and held by more
Ignorant and sordid masters.

The college fraternites should get
S ep a uew forM of In itiatle. A gpod
wsm would be to stand there odldate
up and bhoot serap Irop Into him.

It is said that the colored ladles of
altlmorehave struck in the famllles
1f all Demoarate beanse the men po
led for the disfranehlsing amendment.

Th Boobthera oonferenoe on qoar-
a teeo and immigration a OChaste-
S weep has deelded to ask Federaj a-
t ol of quarantine foreo and will ask
Oagrss to pas legilation.

The fiarmnsl lends of Alsehun eounty
S aboli atrsat many people seeking
bemo i. Florida hbe plenty of oppor-
SI oalsl or ladustrioes people to make
a god living with small espital.

" A st. Loles woman's db has as.
S ounled that womai cannot love man
..AM art as the me time, but every
Sewa kos It oI perfectly possible for a
w at who palate to sIll love some
mean. ___..

S People who go to the State Fair as
Tampa had better tke only what
messy they need to defray espenes
and leave the rest at home in the baak.
'There will be plenty of sharper there
to take li the unwary.

The Sun was the fibt paper to men-
tion Dr. Orill of Palatka for governorr.
and Its reaeoas for so doing was be-
S auee the editor felt confident he was
einently flited for the high honor as
any man la the State. He lhas bow.
hb ability and there is no doubt of hbi
boeety or loyally to the best Intereer
of FIorda.__

The Juper News ay that the
Beekman law was Instllgated by the
Devil." This to a new and startlllg
view of the oae and pous it rlht ep
to Mr. Beokman of Jaekonavllle to
ake a clean breast of it and ay Itf he
has been la allianee with that dierep.
satble party to "eoae, it over" Ihe
people of Flosida.-ive- Oak DaIly

laformation ha been relved at
Washington indieatin the *eastenoe
of aa organisatiol of satoamsahp wom.
piale anad others designed to guaren-

te imnmgrakte to th Ionited State$
againslt los of passl e money. ete., n
the event that after eroanl ithe ocean
they are turned bask on aeount of iln.
ability lo comply with immigration ri.

A eommuslouaio tin The ,beals
BIs ag Star ealls the argument of
Ops W. J. Hlillman of Live Oak. on
Ate proibitKln quetion, dee4cedly
"hllw." It ay that the gallat
OCpiS alerts that h r tweoty year
theb ha Iad loael probibiion is Sm.
wbaa o ne"ty, and that a the poat
fie ypean t i prewt has bten w eh.
ama-mal, th. ieaSing the Iaferesee
that theba i~t aIea wre, r na
M.eatebia to deosaeemeat. Th
a be -all teesa a o p.bably seek
thwo nasbo to"hto da* epwae us a
doM to beel Um. AoN da 1e1p m1e.
do="em"01 bW t bN am mw

S be ailed. Thbme- -slL


Under reT. a I
Bartow 0obtier.Isaora 4Uda tfel
lowing sensible arsl.ic *hbow
she seatmeos of Oninef 4 6 the
papers in the Stat :
"After plethora nf talk nd Leinon-
atlons galore on the part of the sewe-
papers and people of L'ao City, It
seems that they hsve a tla made op
heir minds to test the seenotUtlsonall
ty of the lUiverMit bill -aPsa by Ahe
last Legsllature. Why thb a etion has
been postponed to s h a time a ns
advere deeesio woald give- maot
trouble and anoysac- to the asthori-
ti es etruoatd with tS eseeutidn of the
law, and why te people of the 8tae
should have bees keps Isn rspe so
long, are question for tae Otty loan
swer. That she eaa ever' awer them
atisfaetorily we do not believe.
"Whatever may be the deoslon of
the sopremefeoort, oe thing le I er-
tale, Lake City wil be th loser. If
the decision a ais aa h4i the rtt
majority of the pe-ol of Sat q11ll
eon inse to resadthere as ataUted by
a spirit of spiteful distapo stment, as
they regard her now In havlapl iasl
touted the salt. If on the other hand
she should be suooeealaud the ani-
verelty be finally establThed there, It
would enter upon its esater worse
handicapped han any similar inlsito-
tion ever was before.
"Lake City entered the eootest for
the Univerelty loetioe,sand so loag as
Phe felt sIre of winning, the Bokman
bill was all right. 8ine tbhn It has
been all wrong. We were opposed to
the bill, as wore probably a majority
of the people efMhe bmae, but we oan
se no poislble aood to eoam from
fighting it at thief late date."
By lts operation the Bekmat bill
abolhred all the olleg Ia t I Stale,
which give the Board of Cotrol the
opportunity of ielstlag a new lops-
tion. Lake Oity, when they were
working so hard'for the passive of the
meaare, muls have oWrertked this
feac. They evidently tboaulh the
'Board of Control woold work for Lake
City and not for the bet ltereste of
the State, and did not realise the fast
that Galaevillle wa the but location
for the new University.


Aaino the cotton seatitlee of the
Federal DOeWarmn e of A4t elto
have held their laleseae e the eellnig
prie of cotton, this time the statstles
being th etof the gines, eye The
Atltli Ooslettuatie. Theets watl
to slightly depresthe aeeat market,
and the bears are agCal bopa agastaat
Let no Southern ootto Igrower al.
low himself to be stampeded lat1 rook.
lag his bales to market by say of the
"bear" argameate sent oto by specu-
lator. As a matter of let, and a fact
never better howas la th6 eatto belt.
this B eas's eo tton era ie "alla In"
rmarkably early, and Is shortonee
was quickly apparent. Of amse a
crop harvested so early te g ed early,
and ite hortaose wa qalekly ap.
parent. Tbh 41e of Movaem*
betr se the p cklag pretlalty
ever, and it will e Hrp a th
men on the groead who knarw aesa
eoaditions If the t iaimalliebale meart
is reached. That wm d laded maee
to be a maximum fblore.
The manufaetralg world will take
evry bale of this year* Ameria
aote evo at Is tree vale btaed Oa
the law of supply and demand. 1'ore
e no seed for the planter to sell his
ottoe for laem, if he s prepared to
held awhile. Rightk at this Jiawtere is
a good time to "tand pets to" r a high
er price thha the market ti a 4odiag
at p*reeat. The inevitable teadeey
of the e*t cytaple is upward. It is
bound to advanee. The farmeanr who
aen poilbly hold ad does not is a*s
riloing good. hard-earsed dollar.
Aad the farmer are eowlag the
ame good ease they enerein(d int
year by holding


laay pper" are aow dasaring that
pflitial history Is making w, be.
aue at a few eleetlote Is a c year,
when there may be a governor a
mayor or Iwo dilloream & o*Oabe
eleeted, Ihas the D a1eera1 ad i loa
party hlav.eb *meeoaosomelfl tlwbaoe
Iklag hadn't happened may tima tie
fonre there mtlh be Pows aeaa"a a
hope for the future. bet tke M a tbIa
has beee too uoe heard wbi.
The ~*o eloeto hlo- ave ae UM
the pale areoped a t --o a a
mtUmeest that h baeei mei naI
tame and arI The elerna obe
a,) e by eam *o t hem rel b
bees eoted, nd 'e wil oMar esy

S.... 1 .... y . ... ..I. 'Uo W mOKEo;
w did Ibslfldie eebl W ir or If everybody would speak the truth,
ed, bat 1 will b0ly5 be a e onideim ia about a week's time every one would'
g e,ad t be boeee whbe eai e be so mad at each other that there
'oelhed foe the time being will tart would's be any speaking.
o;w plans t wo rking, and wheo the
Ptomdesati year arrives there will be Four hundred trand opera singers
another solid phalanx of the g. a. p. to passed over the East Coast Railway
narrh to the front onles the Demo- Saturddy to work .n the extension.
eatti party nites on a platform on
whicb the people ean stand aod a man Daring a negro row at Nassauville a
is mered from oos of the Weet to lead few dayajgo, one man was shot so full
the hoas. of holes that he had to go into dry
The Repobllen leader will join la dock to have repairs made so he could
with the wewd rad yell "stop thief' bold a drink of water.
s heartily a any one in the land, bat
we I the exeltement of the little two- Of all the tricks the Equitable Life
bhfenar o-year fletory hbe died out, Insursnes P peny ever played on a
t will be up and ready for the great m wMas oe James H. Hyde tells
amt with el their pa deed bar- about, when theb raised his salary
L mi d mL t one otbink of anythingg from $80006 to $100,000 a year, without
i bthe election of their esaddes, eIonulting him in the matter.
WhatRoeevelt has said will be for- People who come to Florida to live
gotten by the oatteampego., and what should not board. The two words are
be has tried to do will be of no avail. o eynonymoou.

READ ADVIRTISEMINTS. Denoue fever has been very helpful
to boomerss" in local option towns. A
There is more reason for people to fellow wvho was very comfortably load-
read advertiemete in a paper than to ed with a mixture of Jamaica ginger,
red the news Items or stories that moonshine, ete, a few nights ago,
aay appear, as personal and other lo- claimed he had a desperate attack of
eI items only satisfy the curiosity dengue and could hardly walk.
waile the advertisements may be of
fleameal benefit. People who are always anticipating
The merchant who has brains for trouble are often disappointed if they
tbh people lets them know It through don't find it, which troubles them just
the solomns of the daily or weekly pa- the same.
per, tho affording the readers an op- It is bad enough to have a tooth
portonlty to save money by making pulled, but when the dentist gets the
parhases of neesary articles for the w roon molar ad yanks it out, there is
hoashold. These barraln sales are oufficient grounds for a damage suit,
made nearly every week, and as the and a German judge has so decided.
prices are often quoted you can readily
tell whether they are of advantsXe to Because a man stammers is no sign
y o. that he is lying. It may be his flret
Read the advertisements all the attempt at trying to tellthe troth.
tiee and many times you will find that
yoe can save the price of your sob- GOOD ROADS.
serlptioo with oe bargain: When you
se the advertisement of a merchant Many portions of the State are busy
I also means that he invites you to his with the work of making roads that
Ore -: llr ttraet people to those sections
DIE HARD. There is nothing that will advance the
country any more than roads that will
The Lake Oity people die hard. They allow farmers to haul good-sized loads
have applied to the Attorney-General of prodoee to market.
A 1 LL.. L __ A

for permiselon to oe his official name
in proeeadliag Ie the nature of quo
warrant, to "test the oonstltational-
ity of the Behkman law." The Attor.
neyG-eeral granted the permission as
a matter of routine practice, au ueh
applicatlons are never, or rarely, re-
fued. The lawyers evidently seeat
some One fee In the carefally-nursed
ladination of the Lake Cityltee. be-
eaous their deep.latd plan to capture
the Untverslty' lipped a cog.-Talla-
bie*** True Democrat.

kast Oainetville is nertalnly booom-
h0 the hadsomest reaIdeneo portion
of the city, sad during the past sum.
atr, haa made wonderful program.
Te' new reddeaose tbat have been
aempleted sad those that are being
wefbe'would be a enldit to any eity
North or Sooth. Aloog Roper avenn,
oe of the handsome thoroughfarls,
tlee is not a ahabt y hose the entire
telgth, while thoee ea tikehus avenue
am maay of them model residsees.
There is a deaylaln the fat that
alnseeville is btlding nbsetantially
and will eaely ho'd a high place as a
rldne elty

!ba' car hag mi=

CU.U g.S aUVp

Whk low

Alaceua county has the farms, and
all It need now is the roads, so that
the farma eaa be reehed without dan-
ger of breaking dnwn a substantial
wagon in making the trip. A rock
road ehbances the value of property
along which it passes and a stranger
would much prefer to locate along a
good road.
In all actions of the State where
they have good rued, there you will
find good people, and good people
should occupy our good lands.

Another bans president has been sent
to prison. Thoma B. Clement, presi-
dentof the First National Bank of
Vairtiult, Minn., ha entered upon an
eight years' term for emberzling the
banks funds.

There is one Filipino Who will have
to become a eitisen of the United
States. He has come here to learn
the political situation.

BeOaNe a man has Jost served a term
nl jail or a home for the feeble-minded.
i no reason that he it fit to serve on a


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Mrs. Henrietta A. S. Marsh, 769 W.
i(;tl Ht., Los Angeles, Cal., President
Woman's ~'nnevolent Ass'n, write:
"I suffered with Ia ripppe for mvy
weeks, and nothing I could do or take
helped me until I tried Pearn.
I felt at once that I had at last
scoured the right medicine and I kept
steadily improving. Within three week
I waii fully restored, and I am glad that
I iave that truly great remedy a trial
I will never be without It again."
In a letter dated August 31, 1904, Mrs.
Marsh says: "I have never yet heard
the cetilacy of Peruna questioned. We.
still use it. I traveled through U*a-
tuwky and Tennessee three years ago,
where I found Peruna doing its good
work. Much of it is being used here
also."-H tnriet t A. S. Marsh.
Address Dr. Hlartman, President of.
The llartman banitarium, Columbus,


The display of fne cattle from the
Spring Park Stock Farm on the streets-
Monday is an evidence of what ean be
done in Florida, if purebred stock is
used as the foundation of stock raising.
The cattle from this farm are not only
well-bred, but they show an Individ-
uality that is convincing to all jdges-
of cattle. Pedigree in a sorob animal
is no better than the common breed of
range cattle.
There is always room for improve-
meet in cattle for the dairy as well a.
beef, and the truth is that there anat
be a more rigid selection of breding
animals. Only the fittest should be
sent out to perpetuate their kied, lad
the unfit never, no matter how blue
their blood.

Dry bot air. mediced vapor rbaMe 00--
trical tCeatment wU be ued tI -- r
with R ed i thm e i tra % m ot ibmese
wbateve urr ature dursto k
Oofn a Porter Bl'k, 115 E. Maln t.N.


Everybody Knows


Tb.. ThaI t kt hgtTo.

We i ive nothing aa Iy \ te haw no premiums tt offer you
to ioduee ynu t thuy from us. hr goodse sell opon their
merit. & if there ',iality don't sJ~t you send the goods bask
and we w rll caeibiohly refund your money What is speat
for prinmimns by other firms to egt you to boy their wbis.
kies is put in qiaity of goods with us. It's alright if you
are Ihat'ng for trrmium., and free whiskey. but if it is Por
'nsdltort d Whisk..ey you want then order

4 Bettles of Old Halifx $4.


J, J.

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*Its Upmrd *3W Upward
a Task, Council Huas Florida's Gratest State Exposi-
pon Price. WSeIslocst factryPtion Now in full Blast.
SASFtpatlh Council Could Sa. the / l Governor Broward Conducted the
l Was Adjusted to Suit AJ Vl o* Opening Exercisea-Grand Parades
O" seadW Conditions, and Fixed P O E teR Were Features-Receptlon at the
Iropportlon to Water Consumed. P NO ASNTS* Tampa Bay Hotel Brilliant Affair.
LT bone of contention for several e&iia m ra ew- y 'l Dv jl Tamnia, November 15.-The great
mathe between the eitisens of Florida State Fair opened in this oity
GilsI ftUe sad the City Oouosl ha today with a record-breaking attend-
bees. he question of an impartial ELLIS-RIVES. anoe, in spite of whioh everybody was
swrit is It waselaimed by many well taken eare of, owing to the eye.s-
thwatersteeI whieh have been in ef. Two Popular Young People ofAlachua tematio work carried on by the Bureau
ga.ever siaue the water plant exist- United in edlock. of Information. No trouble will be ox-
ed %Re equal, the"big fellow" har- Mr. 8. Ellis and Miss Trixie Rives perienced in this regard through the
lges dvaadnla over the small con- were united in marriage in the Metho- Fair. Governor Broward conducted the
s eW. This e ndition of affairs re. dlst burch at Alaehua let Sunday, opening fzerelse, assisted by many of
soltad I the city playing a number of Nov. 12th, at noon, Rev. M. F. Maanu the prominent men of Florida and oth.
water motera ab readjusting the rate, ofdfiating. The cburch wae filled to er States. Feaeurpe of the day were
which is now complete and approved overflowing by friends of the bride and iweo raId parades In the morning and
by the council, as follows. groom, a large number of invitations a grand reception'and banqiest to the
N0oes ter rates, minimum rate- having been issued. The bride is the newspaper editors and legislators of
Fordldilng hQuwos, $12 per year; for daughter of Hon.and Mrs. W. 0. Rive* Florida, held at the famous Tampa Bay
re arsatS $12 per yer; barber shops, of Alachue and was reared in that Hotel. Over Ihirty counti,' are rep-
$1)pert yt; stores and offers, from neighborhood. She is noted for her reeanted by exhibits at tIi Fair, a
oser three ppeons, $6 per year; from amiable, sweet disposition and nurn- larger number than have ever been
ftr so sixpersons, $8 per year; more bers her friends by the hundreds, repreenttd ata Southern State Fair
heu ix person, $10 per year; laun- while the groom is a son of Re. V. H. before.
dri, for first tub, $16, for each addi- Ellis and wa for many years one of the
stLoet tub, 06 per year; sods fountains, most popular and efficient teacher# in NEWS OF CITY AND
$ rper year. In houses of less than the county. Receitly, however, he ac- COUY CONDENED
$00 valoe,two or more families may cepted a lucrative and responsible po.
ose water from same faucet upon pay- sition with Hon. Frank Adams of Jae-
mit of f0Oents per month, each fam- per, where they will Ipake their home. J.A J. Strickland of lHague was
rl. The bride was the recipient of many trading in the oity yesterday. Mr.
Meter rates-Minimum quarterly handsome sad costly presents as tok. Strickland ha a large acreage in sugar
ate of $. Payable in advance, with an ens of friendship. cane sad his syrup has a tine repuea.
Sal l0ne of 01,000 gallons. All over The 8un Joins the numerous friends tion among good judge. lie expects
96 ,b gallons and op to 40,000 gallons, of the happy couple in wishing them a to begin grinding in a short time and
1, eanse per 1,000; over 40,000 and long, happy and prosperous married invites his fiends..
life. W R. Thomu'hw 8ehrlRe or r.
lesO than 100lO00 gallon, 10 eents per lie W. R. Thomashasachangeofadver.
1,000 gallon; over 100,000 Rallons, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. tisement in this Isue to which atten-
ighs cents per 1,000 Rallons. All tlon is called. He is now in Ken.
ates plants, manufacturing plants, Case of Ann Beach vs. the Atlantic tuaky, where he is uilng lIis lbet jiidgl
nrlathd tanks, etc., will be given a Coast Line Railroad StUI On. ment in the selection of a rarload of
spoial rate upon applicatioo. Wednesday was a quiet day in the hores and males which he proposes to
The above rate will go Into effect circuit court, the ease of Ann Beach offer to the people of this section.
on January 1, 1900, and Role 16 of the vs. the Atlantie oast Lime Railroad Attention is called to the change of
eoonetl provides that aty violation of Oompany, which ws called Tuesday advertisement of the Gainesville Fur.
those roles shall subject the party or morning, and of which our readers are niture Company, which appeared else.
parties offending to have water eat off, familiar, bhavig consumed the entire where in this issue. This company is
and a fee of $ will be required for day. The evidence was all in lat offering some fie n values in Ibds for a
touring same on again. aight, however, and the argument of limited time, aid those in need of
AVING ORINANC PA D oounel will begin this morning. such goods would do well to investi-
PAVING ORDINANCE PASSED. A number of case were disposed of pe.
Wet Liberty Strt WIN b Pave to during the day by ontinuance. We are in a position tr lurnlih first.
University rndltor lhoun i still busy n the elas been, eoke and lettuo haolpers,
grand Jury room and a great many in. alo eabbage IN* camtlutipe crates
At a adjourned meeting of the City diesmente ar bellol eeu red. promptly a rea le pr an
Oouail, beld Mooday evening, anordl. promptly resonable prien*, and
nase providing for the paint of West From the Orphanae. guarantee prompt shipment on all
Liberty street from West Male to the It will be remembered that the last e rtras Ship on either A C. I or
/ Usiveretty Ag nds. was pased. The Thursday in this month will be our Na A L. railroads Wllifton .
oedla e provides fint rook as the stioal Thankagle Day. LaUs year a e ig Co Fl daw
materiel to be ose4d and also provides number of the friends of the Orphan. S--
%ta te strw shall be widened from ge over the State, unasolicited, ent a
a give point to a uniform width the a thank-offedg. This b a moved as to
sa lr ditesa. askh tIt this Thakbulvire be made a
No setioo will be saken toward be- day It wbob shte lorida Bptist Or. Is the bot method ty which the pro.
~o thte work of paving l til about phemtg will be remembered with as deers of metse a n have them taken
rrr 1. offering. Nothliag oa ib more suits. ear of The
Col Stoes Meet. btea then a Thanksgivl.g to sad DIAUOND I('E (IEPAY'^A
esewho raise their owa bl g l ad gIf to o*pha al u Where ervie s Hie* the most eomplee plant In Cen.
atlm to spply themelves with atr hew on that day a eolletioo takea trial Flord,a. and the prove o* to the
mten shouM beer l maid thant ha d mes to the poor is e**rsmly ple- beet for Prrtr *et
DI m d lm w Oorele of tlis ately d l to aer IFaher. We solleit petronae. and uarantoo
Aihs -s prepare their ms ia Where Mrrse are not held offer. pe t cahtfaelo.m Mese prepared
e bes manner t either p T'Ie ilep s by individuals is an aet of b this proees ea alo be smoked.
whb have patsald the sad tae rmeo p.
p1maa thi r aae nw have obld Plaseo remember oa with a thank- Dm9Ol nd Ice Comp0ny,
Ss aM e *rta. K. M. BsAI, J. nUVIIIWUTO.. aMr .m(..rnh )I ardse
theU bet el. u*srer uLvai Amd, FIlr. -
. .h . that the p1at A T ALALCII'A I(E( OOR-AK,
A1moly p't A dly partyot f yoe ladles, shap.- AM
iSS agghe. er or b My un. R. T. Cro n d ade Will ale put up aseaoe the *a*
lighiful drive Tuesday aftoo oio presses. Leve orders at eter plese.
lulag the Detll'e Mlllhopper. The .. .. .. -.
Sp rty s formed abket sedown, after a Mrr's or APmc-TAo N ro TAa
pls afsterss spec-s t the wo d. am. LAw or vw'A.
sad as the Milloreppor. to In b t Jee. ,Ir. aT
Swanted by sIo f e M I Set srA. Li Sm
ljXdU a wU bt b te B ,ard of ,Si5SW _-^W.X, *de +,

htoa.. thy an the b" sows r h ervow ices o tof tow. eed M W! .
i -a. los so,~
ia ts kImW tw the emma e"" fo th euealm gyeto. Bi two tm
~~ ,, -MMhe husid sothM15,5 ff t 4he air. 5 .~
A& IW &Ww ft- tr A"I)~ -"~ kJLJ kJII;nlyW
'Sunnmy Jim*1m' Uan md in ~ -n- e"" mThm~jva pan"O
-"k on met mat bees sbu MeWdin
Ds s MIUssejes spOW. 06~d.OmOrAnCM OSTX
r'' IML Laws M IMA -r
As No ma modw now" at l"
on in IWa"A9W WINof allub
______W___________ All U& 1. Vp I
AWSI e1 tloL
-~k li e
MIs( maseleg rOf ib ~
of ~Ql F huess. ~
~ II ~ mU -esub.
rr* WIr.r 1"Ib~~


Regular Price, $4,25.

Afuer N)v 2rth you pay SI 2 for

this lied. lIty nw


Only, to Redeio Our Stock,
We will sell Beds It Prices Never Before Equalled.


Regular Price, $3.00.

One o(r O()e Hundred,
tho price the samr.

Regular P ice, $5.50.

It's l*.t-tilme now. (idt ltla1 )"
while these liargains lai.

Watch Our Bargain Corner. It Will Pay You.

us Gainesville, Florid#.



To Arrive


Major Thomas is now

in Kentucky selecting a

Car of Fine Horses and


W, iareo experienced buyers. We know what
(lor l opleo need. We never sell a Horse, Mule,
Buggy or HarnFe without our guarantee, and
you know what our guarantee mewui-muory
laak if not UsAdI Oold we do mute f Onse
to wee un this week w and we a car of Hine Mualm awl
{lo nan
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Archite to Prih PL a d MISS OF S
Spcldartieo to Osntractor. -

-Of- Body Estii.1 Corndd wili
Anr General9o 1t s to Rpreontt1-M Hmr -Thrs oitsf ClW d
Beard In. Pov.ceedlnega- .1U CUm o C Tw 1W WM.=
MeaotIg Postponed to December
Il O--sard Then to Receivo BD d.
As the regular monthly moutl of CURED BY CUTICURA
te Itote Edoestional Board of Coo-
.s Mbold i this City yesterday ood IN TWO W S
enble bsloee was tramesesed sad the _
bal was ln session Iearly all day,
asys The Jaeksonville Timn-Uiosl of 9,Akron, Oh Wl, ofhts b ull

The m mer. of the board In atteid- of
nee were Cbharman I. P. Brysa, la haMrs dy b iSy=
whose oflea bo mating was held; J. as sted CaLdeas Otitvea
0 Kellam, sereary, A. L. Brown of after pVbl n, ad alle had
otek, P. K. T omeof Peeasol rand ailed "I dtmy duty to uf
of otlca t 4 kU-- to tei
N. Adams of White Sprin.. o Wof CMetlcar ~ o or
Mr. W. A. Edwards of the firm of itt.o da r. bh bub out
Edwards & Walser, arebieete, of Co- over er bodwith a hoar, ad we
lembis, 8. 0., the soeasful bdder on u sd wtC m a e d but
e plase for the Univelsty buildings, twi o u claAted ty M ei d
wa also present at tshe meeting and the her, but he contismed to pow waa.
board spants soniderable time eoofer- Her body wasa m of orao, amd her
ra with Mr. Edward la regard to the litWe s "I n *" drcan
be plans for securing bids for the N#edibor adad metol dara
*roetlo of the building that It h a aad OItment, and beto I had
boee decided to oonstruot at once. ed half of the cake of oap and
It was flaslyl agrd that theb frm of box of ointmet the Io had all
heaed, and my Uttlo oe s face aid
arebltees should Insert io advertIsu body msaclM u a a wbor bebe's.
meot in the daily papers Invltlng on- I would not be without It agag if It
ersoton to apply to the arebloeste for eoatdodvllMar, instead ofseveaty4ve
piles and peolflcslons upon wblch to eats, whlekh all t est s to cua
our baby, ater pedingm say doUsm
baalt bidrnd.. o en ddocto a d without ay
alnoevlleo Mneting Postponed. besnfit whatever."
The meeting of the board, which bad
fermrly been agreed upon to be bld SLEEP OR BABIES
Novmberabr4thla Gainesville for th
purpose of reoevng aod considerinl II 1Wj MothL.
bMds for h the sonstretion o e bo l Istant nrell aad refItshlag sleep
degg. has beon postponed until Decem. 'or kiJ-tortured babies, sad rest for
ber llh. On that date the board will tired, frettd mothaa, i warnl bath
m OtI in Gainesville and open bids for with Cutleamr Sosp ad gI4tle asIl ab
the oonstroetioa of bflda In la- s wi t aWA, c nr atmad eole1ri 4s
oordane with the plan and apeelflai- IeI a i A fmi u
eaoa furnished the bidders by the ar-. S W
leet1. --- -. i 1 ---. -
The detail of jo6s whra these plans the b mtd &ad will probably be aoslt.
sad spoellaItoe oeshod 9 1 of took ad by one or more srae1ose selected
up ooasaderable time, and It was after by the board for tha purpose.
dark l less light when the aetlng ad- The writ of quo warranto lesoed out
Joarned. Mr. Edward left tone for o' Of the Sprm Onoort I made rmeora.
Oblumbia and will have the advert e. able November 21. and on that date
- abat prepared and Inerted in The several members of the board alll ap
Timee-Unlon la aday or two. pear peronaily before the Supreme
AN Inatltutions DoIng Nicely. Court with their couneI.
Secretary Kellum read reports from While all the members of the board
the various Institutinns over whieh the appear to he eonfldeat that the Book.
board hs juried tiotlo and thee re. man bill Oreating the Board of 0on.
port showed that each of tbe eduesa trol will be held to be eonatitutlionl,
ionll institittions was progressing they are annoyed that the proceedliag
most *st isfactorially and that the at. should be brought at th(s Ilae day,
toadanto was quittl argue The reports jut as the board was about ready to
were very eatisfactory to thi niembtlrs advertise for bids for the erection of
of the board. somr of the buildloa for the State
Board Will Answer Quo Warranto. Ulivervty.
Onem rIt i fleaed that the unertainty of
O.mStterea th seehrn a p s nd lt the matter may have a tendency to la.
t-diseeuod art pres le.. hiws >uhu.t of Iurnen bidders for the construction of
theqiu warrant pmroeedlln liitllut-s t building.
ad In th. HWpreme Ocurt to rye .pre the ,db
h pto rthe ftr spending the etire day di
Board of Control to show tby lht au. euln -sneh matern as the above 'the
ehorltl the h enhiters of the t.r, d ou utl Pecmber 11,
*rel.us thn right. a.s aet~als of suh (heo a meeting will be held to Oalane.
board rlle.
As this is R intake 14 teat the eonill* -- -- --
tutlin,,lilty ,f t he tltlacobn bill. unde r No Cieo of Pneumonia on Record.
which th I Htuirn of Ot),ltrnl was cr*- W* do ino know of a single inatanoe
ited arlt ll thli x ln>li 8111State duCa* where ca oulgh or cold related la
tiuttal inltstitt m ere holestlhd, the piiPnumiatis or consumption whe Po.
Ioard ,,I (',tnitro le. drecded to de.* ly's tloney and Tar had bwea taken.
fe0d tIe siu, 1', toriiry-Oeral, It Ieure rough. a0ld cold perfrotly,
lon1 Wtliam nt i .. *ili relrwnt i do niot take chances with some ua*
S1 o .--..--- known (, nrpertiiui which may eontaio
opiatre, which cause canrst(atioa, a
oe.ld(tllon hat retalds resarery front
a rolid. Ask for larley's lioney and
STar arnd refuw any tltlit uie ul red.

OW to rcksonvIue.
i lion. Waltr t. Hobiu on a d flen.
Sr (t'nutb r legastl r amd receiavTer of
Syhe L'nied ~Statue land offl.e, lh Toue-

S:dayfor Jaeksobvalls, whert they at-
Itraded ams iatportent mesh rig of the
l rie ~State (' Coar CV',unlittep. of
wh-oh Col-(Obubb is obsirmas.
Mews Robason sad Chuo WM
:1, v:' tintng the Iedist Rvgubi~teaas of the
%i;tla. and have ets Torywit"v, ma
as Sumelruc~wfll. ia poiritbec
AT T 1ANKSWMINO 111513 w'ia
sawee" )%-%t .kUl~j tak* irta040pj eatlptet..
nud"4Car ic ) -f41? health I hvas 4 1Ia, lhalth is absolutely IipraibleIt
0014 tee&, wet fees tsofs6vIfffro. wit I
lobe"ame go itsalr *'~an~us 14aJ4te 'asligatkosabe present. Wiwi serlees
6es0be m mko theist. so thereais 1o goasesof lirersad hI kasy esephiat
oae0m tea 5'jS! awsare s a shim thathavww Prue$ fromaneseek*"d SOsepa-
40"t h ahr rasooe k s S Iuch a deplorable rsoed toe
g" figt p0900".y Itar 5hu"kw- rsureIneweemiry There is a ewee ha 15
that 61) 1'dmiui s~r aud Itlerbine 1w1ll OPW411ratly edy meaem.
44 rabA ibstsehVsbeAd.I f ndsay, P NM.,roamee.lr&
setteerob. 12. loot "aviae ;;a(
1j. C.8W=TME.lie tveew". I MWisad too eemediskoe
Uwlb A49 vi e~E~ a Wa M. Jomew

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Oam sell your ety property, (ls.
prov4 ad a l onimreod), phspbhate.
truski aAd fartmll llt. Iad bib
a list owhat Oor er torale. Sti4



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T WST Slow
731 Woft UWM A&WOIAM
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160 I905


Wilm- says Islved s a Ugly
Wma d in That


efw* Ue0dcal Aid C ea In ewSawed.
Rw Happed -S wray W and
Man Who Did Couting e His Es-.
capea nd 14a Not Seem Capkwed.
Newberry, Novm b U.-Iewbury
bad a roeeh bome Saesday rlht sad
soa rees William HBay releiw aSm
uonl pa seanr his thrust e r wh il
be amse ame bliedlag so deth before
modie l isd eold be sImmsmed.
The m shat did the tJ mo mado
kaa ssp asad &be aedm lave Ms
been able so ad out mythic of hio
where bote oup to shis morlai. All
pernlsa soearnd are mageeas.

no am t. fM fla*

n m. the


j J. Haymasn and T. J. Shaves Have
Purchased Bi Plant.
J. J. Haymans, bhe naval s*tor op.
orator of Loeblooe, sad T. J. Shares
of Ean OGalie, have poroebed the In.
taraee of the Yuol Natvl torse Com.
pony at Yole, near the Georgia line.
beoweeo Wayeron and JaeLoaville,
for whlib "tey paid WO$,0
TbLI farr eoonIla sthirtL.. rop*,
with fie thousand san* of road tim-
bar, or a moalelnl quantity to eot
Swetl mor erope or 000 boasr.
Mr. HBymano, who wee in the ety
Toueday, opera on* of the largest
and meet neeeeflal aal soram farm,
of twantythrm erops, as Looblooea.
He deslae bhe will make even boun
drrd barred of turpentine o der fair
eoadltlons thli year, whilh means a
ple of maosy.
Mr. Haymans does not latend to
leave thi part of the soaetry. The
boulnm at Yule willl be under the
management of T. J. havs.

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06e* over Marcus ladeis Phoe wa-3 rtns

And Bolletor In Equity

Real ietate, OooveCanalwu and OGe
eral Prastlee. All busimesl promtij
asteaded to. 06o ast door to


Urniem sai .eetiUeatc ah.l b rrsh ev,
9U40L0 belaw %. &a d..i 0 L.-w'ae thefIe .m
IhSthdar NeWregwr A U S
W~s @6I'IaA *aealar and me. Wb.
Ihe)shdavlaf~t.*e A n ,a
H W1r-F24l.

Stu or OF AMu.t ATIfONS F'K T4
-Q s')ruP al*, ,r (14A'7I1).
XW.M bt harsh, f' th.tk N.M- 4 I d.
dlWUV peea-, u 0'Tv. Cwrvl, ste %,, E.
an&-' b-bSi ai0 j A to I, .4 4&r.1
dma bts o a O RMWO ide kW's-
laC. f ,he f.

Lcr 1e&5, ndrl: Ika a se tas t
Seen -Iat IL dan& %
t. IL f 10 11 III SftiI It 006 1 A abrw* At

ame W oad Peruase&%* I S the&e
so A k a.. ob*60
M- "d femwoamraae ba e p'.emed -
*e%*%u W la. a 6deaWU'b~ SevM v I
ehda r go paf.964mr A bpea
mfW eam S my s m 1uaw, a" s
fte 4&0, af kO. rA. t MM
34 Cb Oc OMM AW2ftCujit


LIad Oace at Gr;anewUle. Fli..
Nov #mber 4. I1.
Molee lhereby tiren that the foBowolW
@ame dMt"Mod noUoe of bhi iseadtlo,
mIIo I al proof In app_ oft M
-Mia"ls IM mproorf w.n be mtde before
RLlM"Mi d llve r t GaiefIieC. nr, on
D-e-he it. w&vi Lt:
bTAMi L TuMms of Wulefo'd. Fla.
Mo lo. I- a rtbeN% or Ne4 A SW1 of
110M % e. ,T&.I 7.. lis.
e I e fL OewtaI wiuaemws to prove
bb aMnoM- raemee upon ad eultUvation
Jm 1I. .Mum. C. C. William. J H. Jack-
I. L T. T. Im- au of WIlefo~d. 1l.
s,. W. 0. Bo BrSON. Rediter.

41, LAW OFr r WIO A.
Nd It kereby rva test Bel. Colson
Oa. a-uMr bi o arpod of w. B ell.
M. a W a Ps an r I aOo oo. purecaserr
.~i f I. L e ed I Ue M eUflMate
S d ha ve nmade Madetlo for
i to IM Is cor~e tadwe with law.
I 0M0M O embraes the followlg de-
,i ee w MV terated In Al-abua countY.
lR Si ee1. 6. Tp H). L. Il--fl eros.
M 1it0 eau be smemd at the date of
UI dM Mc oer eraete La the umae uf
i aSM emn rtlasatm al o redeemed se-
lwlltolaw. t"o do" will tin e thereon on
She day of Desember. A. a I1)0
WItemy O6r airuture sad meal this
ke 7th doy of November. A. D. 190.
pd Clerk Clrt Court Alachua Co Fs.

Notlee i hereby given that HodiruonA Wxod.
Mpeehbsa of a pat or Tax Certltlate No. :M.
dated te th day of Jly. A. D. 147. have tiled
saId ertdote an m omlee and have made
lpeplk6 s1e for tax deed to iaue in accordance
with law. 8ald ertlmate embraces the fol
lowirn deteribd property datuated in Alacbua
eoOatY. Florda. towwit
LosgS. 4 ad k. oeik 1. Arcbhr.
TheMIid lad beI urI *W seed at the date of
t Inee of much ertenate In the name of
Ha TowS Im. Co.
U11e meld Oee"tiMAte sha'l be redeemed ac-
eordta to law. tax 8eed will isue thereon on
the lith day of Deeember. A. D. 19it.
Witoem my oafetal l Itature and meal this
the 7theay of November. A. D. 1t9.
d Clerk Circuit Court Alahbus Co.. Fla.

NeS4 e s hereby sitrv that I. H.odion.
pUaosewr of a put of Tax Certieate No. siu.
dased the th day of July, A D. 107. ham filed
Md 1ertloast il my ofiome. and has
m"ad ap1 tIo, for tax deed to Imue in
aeoovo0w ee with law. Said certncate em-
brlm tI foUlawina described property altu.
4ted t Alabua county. lorMld. towit:
SU, 3. 4. .i G. 7. 0 and 9. Block 34. Archer.
W laad belo Aesemse at the date of
tbh Iaa-e of Mub eerUlacate in the name of
na. Town Imp. Co.
UI6 Mbaid enflate s hal be redeemed ac-
eord a' to w. tadeed will iue thereon on
the IIi day of DeeMber. A. D, INS.
Wiseems oAetal 1drnature and meal this
the 7thl d of November. A. Di 100.
n. H. WIN(iiK.S.
pd Clerk Cirealt Court Alcbua Co.. Fla.

Notee ishereby given that J. J. Hun man.
purhaner of Tax ('ertifcate No. IM. dated
theahd6t of July. A. U. Inn has fled maid
eertiea se t my ofbe and ban mrde appllla-
tUoa tor deed to i0ue si accordance with
law. Sald eertlflae embrsees the followln(
described property idtuated In Alahus toun.-
&I. Prld., towlt:
LOu I. lI L. See. M4. T I. IR. ISO Ia Dor"t.
The mMd land be0lne aiset e l at the date ,f
the imussee of mh oertldctea te an hename )of
Heaminl L and I. Co.
UCalim ad oen lsa te hall tI rederemed a,-
ourdil a t law. tax deed will Imue thereon ion
tbe Mh day ofr No ember. A D IFv>
Wiltnme. M oflleia lrnature and eal thoi,
the W1Ut da of October, A D IU.&
S H WIENt;r.S.
pd Clerk Circult Court Almwohua t',. Fl

noo* e is heareb, b r that Leo. Mortwr.
hPalMes of Ta Crttlnnete No. us. dated tbe
y of July. A. Di lok. bhas Bld msd eer
SU1e te I my odee ead has made aiWeaethioS
for I deeo o huo e ha aSorduae with law
sa etMiateO embeMor tsLw foowlki d~e
rroth peptu Ituated In Atahua oounti.
ne kowit
Lotan L&A t. Iosk K1 Archer.
The md land belag ed as the date of
the bumtM of web chrtiate la tme nam
of la. Tow Ip. Co.
Udm miM aenrteate shall be redeemed mc-
ses lo law. tAx deed wUl Is.e thereon ton
the3U ihdy of November A I) lmf
W Ui m.r oslIal li rnatlur ad ealm thb
tbe ~U day of iowber. A I I W.
N H WiY.Nr;Et
i cIerr LCtreIt Courn Al'chua C' Pa.

NoUrte It herby gitr thlai J J Havmi a.
perbO-e hr t'erUB*atre No. I. dated
hbe 4day of Ail. A Il au.i. baa mio kal
oeersete Ia ocL.e amd hba mrde it .l'i tlea I Um d ed4o ,,ue Ia cswtameir e slih
tem. J eerteat.e em*iif. itw *u:b .Wrn
Werty tru asted tI A'caiua o.>.
5y. Frtea.rlreWt
NiwMo Ne4 Hef 1t Ts, i1 I a serem
Thoe maidndr-d h m..... '.1 ( .1.f '.r .*
the ellite eO mihel' ovttath*(r .c. hef Bnan, .:
Meaw L a en I Co

4 I

Under and by irtMe ofa deI of recf ,.
ure made and rendered o im~ oof 8-f
tober. 1 M. r 'he HO. B i- 'Us e
the Circuit Court. BEhlt ]L&ut .i
Florida. n and for Alaebha ar, a ..
tie chancery cause theftm .pWhber.e:.
Geonrr K. Broome is oM ii'an
Joeo Is defend nt. I. a W r i
Chacery. will sell at pubiS to O he
bihbet and bet bidder florOre ta
courthouse door in La tbe d _'
Alachua county. Florida. one itr
day of December. INC. ,tw.O__ Oe leva,
bors of sale. all toe riht. title aMde est ,,
aid defendant in and to tMhe l m0I. (lt.
rribe lot. Ltrat or parcel of l Jattut(
and bei in n Alacbhu couGntyO .S.oM tow.
The North half of Lot No. tne (t I Cetl.,
ive 15). TownMhip ten (10,. Ra&e .MISW (ia.
coetAonlr five () acres ofr la fU.,
(15) feet off Eat. West and Wrt slde ,
same reserved for street. d LOs being ,r.
Brown' Addition toO Garnewfl
Together with all and eiangIr At tern.
mest8. hereditaments eand awnp--aes ;.,
tbe same beloonimn or In muwiM S er
Said property to be sold to tda t aid a -
cree and costA Term scash.
Speelcl Master la Cehaoers

Land Offee at GallaMf, Fl..
October SL in
Notice If hereby given that i l 1a ncr
with the provldos of the A o Ot( o4 r
June 3. 18i. entited "An Act for va mle of
Umber laads In the States of Oj ,,rla ore.
crg. Nevada. rsd Warhitgto Ttlmor'y. a-
extended to all the public l S t M by Act
of Auguit 4. 1MB. Thomas A. o of
Wado. county of Alaohua. 8as a toda
has this day filed in this office ht see Mstate-
meat No Mt. for the purchase of the Z of
Nw of Section No. )in Towua ip No. S.
Range No. 16 L. and will oer pro to show
that the land sought IS more yvalu o fee it.
timber or stone than for agricaltUal purposW,
ad to establish his claim to sad lamd before
Register and Recever a t Geieetvl Vit on
saturday. the 2rd day of Deembelr. 19B.
He names as s ltnet4es: A. Oaeei. C. M
Beech. John Osteen. James L Oteme. all or
Willeford. FVa.
Any ad all persons claiming adverely the
above-described lands are request to fle
their claim In this office on or before sld L3r
day of December, IAC.
pd W. ROBINSON. RAeister.

Land Omce at GaOdviTIIe. VI.,
(October I"
Notcce is hiereby given that ton omPldoe
with thie Irvlmni-ri of the Act of o00CM e of
June 3. li7m. entitled "An Act for tgbede or
timber lands in the States of CallforIa. Ore-
gon. Nevada. and Washington TIerrtory." as
extended to all the public land Stat by Act
of August 4. } ~V, John D. Luther of O T*wn.
county of LaFayette. state of Flora has
this day tiled In this otlice bis sworn a Went
No. 2nM. for t'e iurchahe of the jiwM e ofSW
nSe. 10 and NwS 4of Nw of eotios No. lS in
Tow nahl, No. I S.. Range No. iln&, d wl loer
proof to hbow that the land sought it more
valuable for Ita timber or stone than for Irt-
cultural purposes, and to establish bis oag to
said land before Register and Reoerer at
asnesville, Florida. on Wednesday. s 17th
day of December. I u
He names as wlt7eue: Daniel Lmoeastr.
John L Hogarn. T J, tioodwin Jame A. Ba-
ber, all of Old Town. PIa.
Auy and all person claiming adverely the
above-eecrined lo their cIus. In this omce on or before mlWd Ith
day of December. lI6.
Pd W. a.; lHalINSON. Regser.

In the Circuit Court. Elibth Judicial Clreit.
Alachua County. F'lorida--ln Chanoery.
lsula M. Teston vs Thom&a J. Tesueo-D-
\orce Order Publication.
It appearing by afdavit appended to the
hill filed In the above Ltated oause that TIhmB
J. Te.ton. the defendant therein nlad. Ina
non-realdent of the State of Florida,. adI a
resident of Ofterman. Ca., and it over tie age
of twenty-one year;: it is therefore ordered
that a non1re ddent defendant be aWd be i
bereby required to appear to the BlU of Oc -
laiint filed In id cause on or bore MoaFy.
the 4th day of -ceember. A. D. I101. eer-
Swi se the aneatleno of ald bill rwi be taken
;s a' onfeamed by Haid defendant.
It Is further ordered that thLi order be pub-
I diled once a week for four oun','uUive weeks
In The Gainc'vtllle Sun. a newsipejr publ~dW
In the 4aild cHouat SItI StIte
Thlis rrld dat of I k.,tber. I Oti
S 4. WIEN(;E~t. tcerk Circul Court.
A true eop) of orli/lnsi
sreasl m H WINS;t.S.' e'rk ('rcutt Coursa
J. M. RIVI F..H .o r fur ( 'on4pt.

's*'. LAWS or -UUIDA.
Notice I hertiebi sivtn that J J. HaI&ya
porcbhaer of Tax ('erlncrtes No. .T4., I M
and W. dated the nd d., of July A. D.
has faied maId 'ertin.at. In ny omoc. ad h
made aP Mlcatlon for tax deed to lesm I a
loardMac 'with law ail .ertnIcaesmreeo
the following de.-rile-l irc, erty 4ltluae i
Alachua county. blortl,. ton it
N .t Sre' sec 2 TI' 1 tt --D m es
Sw of .ws Se<, II TI, I R. moves.
4e1ofNe's Sr. II Th. U RK
The mid land tra'ni( w d *l at t ae or
SlIe Altare of .uc.-h "r-t! l.eisrln fthe-aUI
0 H Barker. S H Isome.. lIegder n oajL
Co.. and ['nhnown -
l'l maid certi test h.ril lIe redemedal
eordlnr to law. tas uteIrl 'li. Isue theresa a
the thdat of Noeents-,e A I IUI.L
Wltnele m1 o'Wli. ,5."..,ture &ad mel t5I
the .tb, d. of ~ct.,,,rr A I, is6
d a ert. fircut C.1tn Aaua Co..iSa.

SNrTla E IT A'l'i.lt .Ths S FO)R TAX
1Hi.:) I[I..K .. |',, .I -)," LUAPI17
t*o. I.lAW* OF P'Ii-lhll
votiee t bhrW.yt I isn lint r I. r
Igrelhasr of las t ,'rttr.eate e.i
dated tahe *t. dea .' j ., A D Iq. e
sled -m eirunCater int .^ c Se
made 'llMcao.i 'r. Ie.< 10 bi.e in nI
cswd,.c. sthik mu i.." ,..te. embrae
the folowtlng des(crlate.:." rt1 Ieteated it
Alanuaa cowaau Vkw'.* iaL..s
be' of L it )o. tt to tiotMMttea .
The aid and bett4 5.e-...ed at th damte f
the e M eof se N cet-teratel ta she
o I ow. i^

mai esua'a &AW be redeeme
beeaat" 1law. "4 deed wl ba Ither
u* tse 96b 4d& of Ome#mbe Av IA LW
Wheelsas ubotal amasre MW" 4gaf
t" Sift day of t hftt'r. A [W&L
'4 y mI aftD
1-1 "bert Ctreuvi COW %AAIb Co. I

To twohe 3m...Laseem --mrbsa"e~
.Io Iof mhe matumof LA. ameNg
A J PWaftWhem VA X"
You s "h e e m'eth %at s#a a
whe aim 90ssMUS ~of MbteL
blar&WM W 00 fftbt* MR A-- ~ll
06. w amd t o a* I" &
'of norm W 600800mema "I
go b emo am a
ma ter Iml ftihha, _0
SdlnsraarH of the baofA-UL L I

b-np h rr at OA U btW Uft
a n # We e : a ff e w h a 4 W I "
LI I Wm5 pt ml

r~tc 0= ofI I"IC

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Happnings From Various
wt on of State.


'T*asprikn In "The Land of Flowers."
T1nga "-Boiled Down" to Suit the
wuay Reader-Items of Interest to
As Oa-ses.
Jaekwoaville is bound to make a big
tlag of the Pore Food Exposition.
It ha been several da)s since a case
of yellow fever has been reported at
The West Palm Beach Danthters of
tSbOosfederaey will give a Tannks.
givin dinner.
A standard Oil Company peddler in
Jaeksoaville stole over $2,000 worth of

Ujoele John's illuminator in six Health demands daly action of the
months. O bowel. Aid nature with Aver's Pll.
Jaeksonville will not allow the little ---- -
ormer grocers to keep open on Son- MELROSE MATTERS.
day, bat billiard and pool rooms are
all right. Winter Visitors Arriving-Common
Frank Broome, an Oeala colored Council Meeting-Potato Supper.
man, fell 40 feet from a scaffold Melrose, Nov. 18-N. Price reports
Saturday, and sever cracked a bone iln the cotton season abolt over; so far,
his anatomy. he has ginned 126 balen and shipped
o.bertsFord, colored, has been sen-two carloads of seed. During the sum.
teneed at Fernandina to be hung De- mer Mr. Price operlatw a cannery,
member 21st for the murder of his step- tbis yer's output bing 1.0) of two-
diachter at Verdie. pound cans of peaches, 2,600 of three-
Spound loans of peaches and 8,500 of
The Bwannee county cotton grow three-pound cans of tomatoes, for all
en will hold a meeting at Live Oak, of which he finds a ready sale, the a-
Stlrday, Nov. 18, and an effort I ble peaches being extra fne.
iade to establish a warehouse in that The ton council met n regular s
ay. j ion on Tueaday evening, all mem-
The St. Augutqlne Record Printin; her, being present A number of
Company ha the contract for printing bills were presented by the street corm-
he revised statutes or'loride. There missioner and ordered paid. The tax
were five bidders for the' work, which book for 1905 was declared open at the
will eoet the State 7,840. same rate as last year, vis.: five mills.
Twelve boys were sent to the Reform The town clerk was ordered to prepare
school at Marianna from Jacksonville a list of the registered voters for the
last Monday morning, to serve until 21 coming election of town officers.
years old unless legally discharged. H. Jaokson and J. L. McLeod have
Foer were white and eight colored gone for a camp hunt. They expect to
The business men of Kissimmee who be away for about two weeks.
wer burned out on Thursday nlght of Mis Mary Bennett has accepted a
last wek, Involving a los of some position with the Melaon Drug Com-
$17,l00, have commenced to rebuild, pany.
although the lose was not half covered The arrivals from the North for the
bi laeramee. winter are: Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ham-
A lIt., l h .o n, .n. a..t On'ea'. lyn, Mr. N. Orr of Hohokus, N. J .,also

A ivey Unaug wa vRI -o a .wn. p
station, five miles south of Fernan-
dlas, ilst Saturday night. One negro
wa killed, one white man and five oe.
grfo wooded. It was caused at a
egro "festival."
J. P. MeOlendon of Montclair was
seriously injured Saturday. He fell
sader a waoa ceontalning about 1,000
posds of hay, and one of the wheels
rest on his chet until a neighbor
earm to his relief.
asa-io Miller and Petit DaviT, two
esmed men of Oeals, had a fight Sat-
sfay evenalag whieb resulted la the
a"h of Miller. Daies aed a knife aod
e MllUerfour bad ets, either one
Wklak oe wld have proved fatal. Da-
v emaped.
a Badford County Tesahers' As.
Saletis- will meet ia Lake B]tler
. MA, Deaember 1st. The tsekre
am pmearrt sa elaborate pregra
1W SW e snl a I It sa hoped thak a
SWa d-eataesi will be as hand.-
El oelewr Star.
I" mesdeer of Sept. ppes of Lea
nft w legalUy hanged at T les-
I"kiM Frma". TIlewas t e e-
I dht lowbenfttoe b'"Mo is
Sltat- witsm a pel w o a few
eat If 6B 1ahlgt ematmes., hoar-
gUIE 46elI u bask s em los.able -

ga 4W ... "" pe In Aft alitson
e *awh Ie aeof aike 0 f Wm
6mea.v sseshud dgae um sa

D I.a s d e j wh Ns mm t
ai--"alim. subofuali- -

o M Mmm"ld usewnWin
SW bab. U;

w m as Ias o Sf2mxw aofais ao
1I Is m J** *ed

i awon u% m kh Sm Oe aw

so imp sita. o.W o
Ssd 05e W 50of
am81141 ow

01=1 TOP~
h- won* o Piola
is ~ do b

W. Gale, Obieago, Ill. Among the vie
I ors in town are: Mrs O. W. Rogen
of Live Oak and Miss F. Miselle of Is
land Grove.
Mrs. M. Laughlin of Hohokos, N. J.,
has rented the Bay View property and
will open it a first-cla boarding.
house on Thanksgiving Day.
The ladles of the M. E. ehorch an.
noonse the potato supper at the Town
Hall on the evening of November W2.
All are cordially invited.

Convened With Kavaneugh Methodile
Church Monday Morming
The Fourth Quarterly Ooefsren of
She Methodist Epiopal OIhreh,
South, was held as Kavanaugh Mebh-
ediot Chbrhe Mooday morasig, bhW .
slag at 9 o'eloek, with PreeodaIsg Erd
BriMis a the hair and Ferdiand
Bayef. seretry.
There were present at this meelag.
beiMea the preeldiag elder sad meae
sary, Rev.T.. lJ Mle, pastor of khe
ehbrob, and a full bmard of tewaa.
All seporse sebmaa ed were mst
gratifya, sad hewed that the vart.

ehaeh o Iwen a Seoerileleo seedieo
to wewr way, aa4 th eherubh ssew-
Se"abll paid.
Ast si mawtles the seeltloe of a
bead was sesmry, sad she e bear
wma "Ido wsh the sdditsim of oe
sM. reolleing isthe bek: I H.L.
Piahe. FWee ed aspen, T. J. swar.
INm, J. M. DeoI. W. L. fledI, K .
nwies, t. a e e. 0 Heatry -a.e.
W. M. Pepee. W. MneKisery a i
W N. bea. a.

s aso a. m maes m
10%Ii L 4116em bftd Pemot is


ms Izt es aM

-^^fta ^-^I W Nt 1 f -1 .
''mosti e


Give nature three helps, and
nearly every case of con-
sumption will recover. Fresh
air, most important of all.


Nourishing food comes next.
Then, a medicine to control
the cough and heal the lungs.
Ask any good doctor.
l I et ee Ayr*e Ch rry eto~na P W ysr
o. I have so trribl* es of liinIg die
easealred b I t. r nevor without I."
ALBuIT'. HAMILTOM. MrItta. Ohilo.
le..We., pi.. J. 0. ATUm o..
C s for m ti""'



will be paid to any person who
can find one atom of opium,
chloral, morphine, cocaine,
ether or chloroform or their
derivatives in any of
Dr. Miles' Remedies.
This reward is offered be-
cause certain unscrupulous
persoas make false statements
about these remedies. It is
anderstood that this reward
applies only to goods purch-
ased ia the open market, which
have not been tampered with.
Dr. Miles' remedies'cure by
their strengthening and invig-
oratin effect upon the nervous
Jytemr. and not by weakening
&b ac t a w.
Stwt rea tre U a

isji-. tm r a

E ft WiSe a=

fla-B- -- C^B^B -M-^l^--B---hl*e-tlL-1^fB- t

H- HOliMW-^- ~l



Pleaded Guilty to Assaulting
White Woman Near Atiauts


The Large Crowd Which Surrounded
the Court Hous Was Quiet and Or.
derly and Seemed Satiefied With the
Outcome of Trial.
Atlanta, Nov 14.-To itt, Intensce
surprise of the great crowd of specta
torn, the court, and Solicitor 1 1ll, Jui
Walker, the negro arraigiwd for trial
before Jurge Roaa Mondi;> morning
on the charge of having originally a
saulted Mrs. O. W. Moorv. a;t Brook
wood last Thursday two %teks ago.
pleaded guilty to the Indictsi unt.
"Perhaps he doesn't utd.'r~tzand." r'-
marked Solicitor Hill, after iheln, Iill:.
ment had been read to th, irlsontr.
"Oh, yet, he does," rrpllic'(l Judgl e
Van El)Ip, of Walker's cou sel. "iHe
has confessed." -
Walker himself retteratel the con-
fePsion, and after his counsel had ex.
planned to the court the rfrort it had
made In the negro's behalf, and how 1:
had urged bl not to confess, having
pointed out that he would lie hanged.
and the negro still perlssted, Walker
ri'lterated his confosilon when he stood,
before Judge Roan.
Judge Roan then stentenc Walker
to bang on December 8. Hle spoke of
the splendid way that the nsptlatore
had restrained themrelve., and how
quickly Justlee had been nieltd out.
Throughout Walker, or Brlt showed
no emotion. While seatld hin head
hung over limply on his shoulder. As
his couns-l explaineJ, Ih WHas perfuet
ly dull anti nupid. The inm;irt of the
judge' s terrlhle words seeliiRgly made
no Impre.slon.
Mr. and Mrs Moore sat rough the
trial. Mrs. Moore was heaptly vlilej.
and showed keenly the Rff-'et of the
terrible ordeal she had b'een Ihrongh.
Neither Mr. Moorq nor hi, sons. Cliff
and John. made any sort of ldemonstra.
tion. They pronounced themuselves as
eminently satisfied.

City Directory For Sale.
We have a number of copies of
Borts' City Direotory for sale at The
Son oSes. It is a hIandy r.ferrano
book for businaee and professional
men, giving the Inam'" of rri'elnts,
wish lstese and number Price. $3.


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EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Meaure.

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fli. Yrm S*40 I to 6 Pow l alle, Del vere
Sair otelve llmle of elaebets tr P "vet o 0t eoad ee re abutle IMO. Srae
twelve labelkp of Hatakbeott IMO Ur M am re e a bole free. Save ts Iehoh an
Haseltest'Oat. Wlmalwya nd *&ure a otUs ofres. Gave twelve Wbeole nofm orch
M. V. Conmad "eqer a betue free. eave twelve Label. o ft reka N 0. Aln4a
av sNd scureZ be bottle froe. Uwev ehe labels ef ErekaMalt saId eoure
oa boCUe fr. Preis of U 4edg odbouh at 'Iou w eas we U pIr oremu "If"
vcren( Noebaru. f iv Jo alboswea e. Al of or tmu t* awe
IsMMesrsae. AlluusMM4 braead.of i mam evel m f 6 If t 1,00,'r nmb- sW
ftem IC loaves&Cfor you uss CemeW O Ire W slp Paerrheaper
unos oboeas las e004." spee.eowl S a" eseiwe. peekd met iee 4.d
ired. he..&eg rSItedIIs SeO~iSe kit MGS5WP


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esr by Owr portnr .


W t Hatop TOM tond h PWeagrph

SThat "He Who oRuN May Read"

W. A. Itrklaud of Paradie wu
t1indlg in the Iyl yesterday.
A llhpted quaeityl of BrUthers sed
rye at G. S. Me ant A Co'os.
400 bashkts Tesxs seed oas for ale.
0. Adrewe, OGainville, Pis.
Ie @ ehoppr wanted at 14 eato mer
SO, 1. D. Barm.o Jr., Weovse, Fla.
S Deputy BSerff 0 W. Liviagton of
Newberry Is attendlnig court Ia this
earl Kelley has returned from Wind-
o.r, where he ipent Sunday with
S' t(l1eds.
? ,.. .and Mrs. W. A. MoOril of Mio-
:',,'r i -h vwere in the city' uaday on a
,' to relatives.
J. Hayneswnrth of llaynesworth
wa a busIl'-e visitor to the county
p(ttl yatesrdlsy
A. B. mIlth, a progressive trucker of
TmIoea, was transeoting business in
Oaleavillle yesterday.
J P. Henry. lumber wannlfaeturer
of Orange Height*, was transaetlin
boalos la this city gebterday.
Mre sd Mrs. J. M. Turner and
daughter. Mis Dors, were visiting In
Lhe eity from Lake View yesterday.
J. V. Noel of Hlgh $priagp an eater*

Did yoo #y I pounds of IranulaEd
sugar for $1f Ye, all you wamt, at
that pries, at 0. S. Mershat Co's.
J. L. Martin of Dottoa was In he
ity yesterday. Mr. Martin bhI a las
saUllonlwhibh he will ehblit as the
SUM Fair, and the anial we shipped
yesterday aftraeoo n the stock spe,
1tl via the Aslaatse Ooa Lie. .
8. Beaalglh of Mlasopyw e of
the boss m lan the soauty, made The
S a agroeeale sail last nlght. Mr.
Banksight s foremea of the present
nioe Jory sad his eowerkon eoMld
not hae seleoed a belte mans.
Neile to ihe Pubk--I have slab-
llhbd at Ralelgh, s a s ew and up-
to 4ate risl or cor mill etlasrly sep
arate aad apart frs pl sawmill, sad
will grind *or a Satrday of soae
wrhk, ad respesflly solclll the pat-
roag of the poblie. T. J. Cori.
Dr. and Ms. J. L. Kelley sad Hoo.
T. A. Doke have goe to Tampa. Dr.
Kelley is superateadean of poblk Is-
streutioe sad Mr. Doko la member of
the school board, and they will par
personal atresaion to arranging thee d-
uNltonal ehibi of the county at the
State Fair.
0ol..0.E a.F. Bnebes at home
saain, after several weeks spent la tbo
moentaula of North OCarllna, and Is
Atlanta, Oa., for his health. Friends
will be graifild to learn that his ae-
eral health Is greatly improved. bet
on relerntin home he conltratd a
cold which will confine him to hbl
room for a few days.
8. L. Itopr, B. J. SIke and J. T.
Stoke were la the oity from ILCr On
yesterday. Mr. lkes has patened a
head for torpeotisl dip bareis whih
operators declare I the boat thing of
the kind they have ever aes, as Is po-
Mesa many advautales ov Ibo Se ad
formerly In ase. The pateseo expects
to make a good thlag out of this ew

prlluag merchant of that place, was Jhn II Douglaes Is in the eity pa a
trlaaseltin bomness In this lty yes- vist to his family. Mr. Douglass was
rseday. for some time employed la OGorgia
Mr and Mrs J. i ar an d son of in a travellu position, but reigned to
Asheville, .. arrived ti the citay oaoept a posilol as manager of the
Latutrday and will .: nd the. winter at omumiusry of Vn\' ble & Jone., maval
the Old Fellows' lome slore, Sampson City. He is well
K. Hlrdley and J. W May of plead In hise iew lWation, aId alay
Wasahoota were amonl the arrivals bin h le believe Sampson City Is the health.
this y pilersley The latter was ees plas Il Plerida.
a"amosed uO jury duty. -- .... --
M Mand (lrahhm, af ter a lh. READ THIS
fel summer pent in Viintiam. Wroet A .
Virglia, ad Maryland, returned to' C tiuasr, ait. TmuK..Juune, 1901.
tor he%* ia this eity unday D L rr W. Hall. St. Louio Mo.: Dear
W J. Joane of bampen Ciy. mlemr- Ietor-l is il ith plemsre that I ree
bar of the Ir oo f Venhble A Joaune. ,- d your Tesse Wodr oTr Io id
valt stor opelrtors. was tranMeting n*y *ad bladder trouble, as Imy wift
beulea*w I this sity y ~terday. and i myself b beh e d It sad ea .
Miss es1i Ri retired to her prend" woaderf!l relief free Ite
hlomoe lasJhavillle yesterday. aer k. O W. l ai
I pleaat viell to her parents Mr A
Ud* n. uo. e,, holal A TEXAS WONDER.
lJMwd aad Mrpihy Kite, Win Ti1. dO Hi alls Orom DI o Tes" WIBu
a, Ol. erMorr. J. L leriekland ra1' *L*dil'l e eser ern l
I-d wa T. K. Oodbey forced a party olsm IAbsem. eslfslr ik i
aIs~U lts who visited tilaeevelle Cavl, eome -labos a i

Mr. a Mda A L oiar and Imby
bae t ed re New** York. where
the haet t0fW the pasot w w eks
e aple l trp The report a de.

Dta SwlS. LA. Oeea,. Wy;.,
Hims ad d,-- NSo Will.-
t, J ;. A. eat exIF w.
* m e fe~iuB i_|_ w&__jBk^^H

aem -wusa am -r. Isom
SMm WAndall omskaua~ew"of A* U6.
nr)y. rad hUdor Is ha~h mem an
**a*% noebealseebldier toubles to
chdrea~. U so sold by see druet,
wlllbe ws It wal I erop 4 01.
Ova WM.Ltbe" toIctooO besihe '
aw u b~ bw toL ~
*are Dr. BImAsMW.
beftm. P. 0.
Wd w two

For B5reakfeSat



A few small biscuits easily made with

Royal Baking Powder. Make them

small-as small round as a napkin ring.

Mix and bake just before the meal.-

Serve hot.

Nothing better for a light dessert

than these little hot biscuits with butter

and honey, marmalade or jam.

You must use Royal Baking Powder

to get them right.


br reis. Ja. Whtobs lm gob.lw to ash"W
vrythias adied. VIO,. whee he ewU ta a tawr OuG
wadJ pes ~ SW~ t. tl--u Y(I

SPA PH* MdW emm is 0 mmor swam 0nove
msmla A iG -beJestic lo2 : T. H o dero a ot Nw .1
Iseeat fh t Sted higoss uis the fil ygse~eis. hav..
ios bee Is MMee bete es eSm

W.I. Isbe&*l. pWOWpearotnmmee
5rsoam aned W&ley fRm"of COw
___________- C0&okM* eTheUs am aplooat mu ai
b" evening.
Jeph L asad TbomeKske*Ifold
Tows. Lafastr om nmty. veto a She
ONY yua saI sbuses with the

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ii 10o D.ai,'isAi s


F. ..g,0 I *f M oesO py uI t &be For e.-Twoand one-half 4ero lot
dliy ti y. Mr.u Oses w for- hi W ets aiSeville. near the Univer-
lyd insd d ia he vpal stoes sy grri od. M. Kate S. Britt, OCn-
biaas ttha t poat, b meamaly tal, Fla a
Mda bhiMdatsu a Od l Be M. sad Mrs. B. F. Jordan left S y
ltsd Wigil 0ly iJao u0 to de1 tor Ala hos, where they will be
O*0ffi, ki orld boe, bt 4 i 4 M uesta of he former's parents, Mr.
8fr* s tres iO ntorr, oDd Md Mrn. James Cesut.
Juet f oflf d from a pr ~opUeMa tor Doo's forget to supply yournlf with
l asOhe mad HolImes eaer si WIst girulated sogar while the price holds
Iled* S ooda Opas O pouds for $1, ig liver ear-
Asen the viltors to Oale tle ey or eshoeks, at O.. 8. Merhant &
y a-idar as Col. Thos. W. Pltm, o'ae.
tmrl ofI this ltl bos for A pes LA B ji Ootrea, Just the thing for
oIr ftrM sa of Tamp arwfev heo is lauer sad tnrpentino men, O0e per
rwodb me rdl sm bdlM. dwn, 12 for 8, or $8 per 100. Cash
U'. I he L1t ry 1 i L** had with order. Address, THE
-mab lled at the 1U eesl rol t Bll Oasimeville, Fla.
"aBoll -IHle hama viti{(a the i S
^ 1UetO i.t h15. h. .e W- .T. Water. who s eoadoeting a
a lM o N herae S. estruaL farm t Hickman, on the
mcml 9mM. rto rwa -ero. -ie is ^ ..", *ed
)it g b JI slasp T pa, O esvillre and Gulf. has returned to
wr ; bi' he b m. after a brief but p)essant
)rom .WLiedasf Daoi r &S: vlst so his wife and son here.
.1. .s le i of AMhea was aa via- Whwm you some to Gainesville you
itr so toletyyealteday. aremtaved to make our store goor
Ml S. s i- row m W.e hoot I l. s qua wr We hirv holiday roods,
visiting *fritsd thiso sIt. Bolere esaudles, books, stationery,
Nisety-o.y r in oafor ndol d drinks A. L. Vidal
sed to be tfa.d at 0. Merat As & m y.
0b',. Warrasty deed and mortgage blanks
Z. M. Isaded ad se of Hawthorn for salo s thi. ofleo, the forn used in
were visors to the emousy espital yos. Alsebu su which Vem money In
yreeoedilg. $2 per hundred or 00s per
S ldomeo by mail. Oash muot company
Mis Florrie Jlnalngs of Fairleld i* order, dawtf
Ia the itly visiting her aler, Mrs. R. .
T. Oeea. The rideace of B. F. Jordan, whieh
bal ng onotructed on Myrtle street,
Deputy Sheriff J. E. Fugato of Ala. b- has smed massive proportions, ad
shs wl Is the sity yesterday on o- h eeootramor expect to omplet the
st bodnes. work In low weeks. It will be one of
A good spply of Texar RoetProof the slset sad most conveniently ar-
eod oato o be food at O. B. M*t ranged boom in the city.
0ont & CO'w. Amonm the visitors to this city from
oalatble J. D. 81ford of Newberry Arher yesterday were Judge and Mrs.
Is hI the ctiy, havingI ome to attend A. D. Obalblin and Mis Lena Bauk-
thA sesdos of the soour. algbt. Mr. Obsablil was en route to
0. 8. Mehaat & Co. have o Palatih on bodelse, while Mrs. Obam.
ery a.e. tat turkeys, both gobblerl blln and Miks Baoknlht proceeded is
sad hem. Coome ad boy. the afternoon to Mionopy on a visit
0.0. o. adirem of Orale Heights to freds.
was in the Jity yesterday and ruewed Liberty stot has been materially
hi sobseriptlom to Ala a's lamilary. Improved, the various depressions
Mrs. H. MeOre ry as hand. froi OGrden so Eut Main street bhar
soams arriap orne, perehased ele in beenafilled In with lit rook. The
day from te fine stolk of Orawford & stem roller was placed aI commiaslon
Davi. and peaked the same well, with the
roult tha the se tloess repaired are as
jo. o. Weeks Bordof Poileorn sfirm as the original foundation.
eairmann of the Board of Puble In-
stroetiona, w among those who Is. The etersalment given at John-
vored Gaesville with a visit yoser.- .'s Ball by Millsr& A CaOar's mo.
del. siiat ooooer company, colored, Mon-
Sday r vosnl, was wall attended by
white people and the performanoa was
quite redlaiable, th tvoal artists and
domling bealg especially good. The en-
NEW YOIK terprise reallsd quite a ois som.
Mrs. A. P. Morrow bas returned
A from PbllaIelphls, where she spent
the summer delightfully with her son.
Al P. Morrow and family. Mr. and
Mn. Morrow and sOb, Jack. expect to
aRA C KT arrive in this oity about Deoember 16.
I The former will remain amos bhis old
friends for a oople of weeks, while
*"lrapest itore lrth." Mrs. Morrow and Jack will be bhre for
the winter. Mrs Morrow wee former.
S ly Mis Bell of this eity, and has ga0 y
frianad here who will be delighted to
tear that Psh proposes to visit them
PNOm T wreaf'e Dao Sum:
Horear Love of Trento wau a boud
amer viltor to this eity yesterday.
George Bryaat, marshal of Hrlgb
The Grat Spris, wal ir he lhty on business
Dr. 0. C. Barn, mayor of High
sp I* rwas a visitor to Ualneevile
NA addition ol two room 1is begin
made th o home of James F. Cell,I
Norhk Oalanville.
Jot St- erowd and get 20 pounds
SAL crnMtel d !easrr 100 Ztne at 0.
Morlras A Oo'i.
.Is stll e New J. L Omell ad fetmly of Fort
o White l n raetted to their hore,
The eatle wIlU l eeetee after visit to thise elity.
s ts M t ,S mit. ~ Ttrpeltime leMM for ale at this of.
c-as. rr r too u uay ke. so pr dome. a per huadred.
atIta o meu ald Ia hae* OMeb mat aeompany order. dawft

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No elire in formula or pkWe4O. 11t name
omay ba bel ebaWude to a"Id es$mlon, a "
we cannot afford to haveso vaua blepreOu.
tmic oaf mod witha other).
NADINOLA It reoanisate. La men w :
be refunded in Oevr o l e lI r ft fis
to remove freckle ip ol-
lardbcotoralUoM. bMlabeadsl IieNrup-
oato.e. etc. e worstl one la nd rve
the kia lear, soft. beasiuh. sad reMa bthe
beauty of youth.
Price Aeeoenm and Ol.00. Sold Ia eo c it)
by all leading druggits. or by U L
National Toilet Co., Pris, Tenn.
Bold in Gainesville by J. B odiford
& Co. and J. W. MeOollum A Co.

ames to meet his son, who ws also in
the eity from High springs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ward of Fair-
banks passed through the eity yester-
day en route to Hawthorn, where they
will visit their son, E. W. Ward.
Now that the time for planting oats
is at hbad see 8. Merchant A Co.
and get prices on both Texza red rolt-
proof and ninety-dale or spring stoek.
For Sale-Pointer bitch, two years
old; solid liver color; good atoek;
guaranteed to give satisfaotioo. Price
twenty dollars. C. W. Lewis, Wade,
When in need of any hones or
mule, bggies or wagon', hr-es or
lap robe call on Orawford A Davis.
Their price*always the beet ad the
We have a plenty of granulated soa
r om haul and are still offering 2
pounds for $1. Come anybody and
everybody from everywhere and any-
where. G. 8. Merchant & Co.
We kep a good lot of Kenteeky
stoek on hand at all times and have a
fresh ear every math. Whe n n eed
ofl ood stock call on us. We defy
competition. Crawford A Davi.r
There is on exhibition in the *tore of
A. L. Vidal & Co. a Kumquat, .eap
aneew orange trpe, in full bIaet(g,
which has attracted considerable eal .
tion. It was grown at the Oraves lI
ery. I
Among the visitors to this city io T,
J. McRae of Hawthorn, who is bhge "
bemesa. Mr MeRae is what isba-
as a manufacturers' agent, hablift
furniture of all klade direes from 1
r1tory. He saj oy a ofle bIhaL.
Mr. sad Mrs. Mmore Kiag of Wla1
r are rejoiinl over the arrival *f *
li* bey at their homef erie 4s em
leld Moe Stulatione, with tlhe w~ r
that the young man mas row up to .
* hoadoome Bad popular as hs'.''
L. A. Jweisan, Galnes l, Pla. s
Dearir: Youn I Jewele they-
toe, yeO kow the valueof a WatahM *
Movement Wat, and tait It la bst
theu the avera of Its elets.
Aly paletC who palate year h-o, q
yeur mlbgh rs house d yer mil
hrte t ftbor'1 4 wwith 1 L. 4
M Palit befom Mush 1. 10. wilt a
from Ma a heutal slss wa1sh wih '.
alIhm mols. ither lades'

L & M. smabsheut 1.20 pserI I

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uiYM 1e ,a s Pan e ^f
oa .* M s --indsm.

L. A M. eia Pes b as pl.er I B-

.blas web L r, .; setl e. V

&h SM i eiiit $1 L0 4.
manemtalt haa s.s $2.3 s




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