Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01031
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 23, 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: VID01031
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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too 7


VOL. XIn ,NO. 247




$10,0 0 PER YEAR

Life Insurance Companies Were
Regular Contributor.


United States Senator From New York
Makes a 1nsaMtlonal Statement Be
fore Inurance Invetigation Commit
tee-Big Three AJI Contributed.


1-r.nce Louis Is Crzariej an Enormous
bum zuy New 'Vor. DentisL

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*, ;`:l~ ui~ L~.I.II6 .'ut1 gkS~t! PaI
e ~~t I I Uhit!

New York, Nov. 22.-ULnited State 'll1) r li .'" -' N,,k, nt:-d t. .
senator Thomas C. Platt testifltd at A l ;; .l :dl i t, I. as s, o1 a
a witnee before the insurance Inrteri "':- lI,' J ,a' i (' ',l'" Tiiminp
nation committee today. Senatu i :.::- '.u1i L, ,iatt'r would
Platt said that the Equitable soci't) L ,> ; t et'. l 1 iit -see tht
coutributd6$10,000,000 a year to the Re ali ; i>:,' l 1 :":1 the prince
publican state campaign fund. Senatoi i ,'*' ..' 'a: n ,:i'l his lIritiain
Platt said that the contributions we-r l' t' I i Pl-. t'.i"s 'A I 1hilI to IIaI "
In cash and were sent by ineseng,,i a :' A ', ;" i,- -,'ted wA"
to his office and he turned them o\,.: ,'../ t:l 'I.ip' :iit at' It i)y sug.
to the state committee. They wri. ,: '-ing that
unsolicited, he said. i ' ': ; .:r Percy
Senator Platt said that $10 n O wa- '. r'" '. li :' frequently paid as an annual con:r: A.: . :. t n s:r I'trcy'a
button to the state campaign fund. h!i Li- !.e I) thel' ln
that it was not a regular thing and It , - : ,' t t, th andl
he could not remember the yvar- 1.':': : '. i !':' T e T1he lhl
which It was paid. The N'w YV,, i ,, t at .u.lLt.
Life Insurance company, he sal.l :' :' r in th
contributed but not nearly so nmch > d
No other Inesurnce comnpanrhl'e cn ': '.lt
trilbrted so far as he knew. Seat : : *
Plait said he was expected In r-,tu'r,
for the contributions to lnflincre ,: B A M.
Islatlon when any measure wa' re :' ,-
te t e Ar- r e:.n Inttrcsts in Orient Will Suf.
tile to the Insurance companies Geatly Unless Stopped.
fer Greatly Unlens Stopped.
aoloded that he does not know Andr,^
Hamilton nor an'thin n),ouit ITami' C *. t v 2, ,r -
ton's activity before the lrgiklat.ur, i 0 .
He knew nothing atiout Andrew C 'I :' '. t ,,ll:l tly e ill.'
Fields, who repreened th, Mu na l I, ca-t trade l Lt.i.
Life Insurance company at A'!hany, .' I. It ., a' cm
.. . .1r, 1 1 6, v tj t ,,, f ,o l~l

sfeator Plait tnid nice trat he i'r'
raevdfreqment c('iioitlovi'Ci)t ovf V,
)O fr'om M the luttaluI Iffe TlIi.r:flnc i


Arms and Ammunit'on Fcund Secreted
Near His Palace.
Havana. Nov. C'2 -E\ i.... i' i ,, ..' :
by the committ te % hiii i- . i -.
itlg the discovery by i i ; ,;. ( i .. '
uirday I st of a co) l-.i.:'i .: i i '
of arms, alllm unlI L)II ain il .i ii,| :'
nientS In a house in t.i' ( t'Ic Iu ':r'
It tenting to Implicate a kte nit n (,f
someP prominence. The goe'urtinnlu,'t
has no doibt that tilt' iil 't:e il! can.li.
from thb United &tat ,tl and It It .,
t11 to learn who were the pulrc..Aa, r-
Government officlal aimlit now '..a'
they have received lari,,tjs >'.cr.t ;I I
mces regarding conten;liaitAol upri- ::;-
before election day In ~larie,- -
tIe island, particularly In :i, ; .
-f Santiago, kanuta ('lara kniid i'ii.i a .
lUo, Wtil a proabhlei at-'.,k n '.:k;.
ece nl Havaaa. Thie o!J.' 4f 1. '
ter. accodigl to the ,fft ia:. a;,, r-
to be the removal., poslwicy iy4 a- '.
atlon of President Paina Theil.i rs
It is patent eot. are we,! as.re-, ~i:.
there* Is mO DvieO r pre(iilent '. .
-l-"tJes of PrlesdeLt Pa:rn; *.
4r woaWld. 0 e1orling to t.Ie c l.,: ''
tiorn, e to the badso of conargl., an I
that the Ilberal. with t.ie help of i
few foablndePtr, c u! culn'r'. :,'*.

i of I e' I ii~t'rsly. i co
''' p:. ~i mn )Ooils i n C h!n.
S' ~, ' i, A 'nisrlrian Inre-re-i -

A :,,#,I T iti


ii H of *t,,

ii .1 '' :
ar i v' a fo icir t

r:innitig frIui
I lt'ili 1:'ii ieT r lc.rst'If S
~ L'it 'I 52'iee (it)jer year &I.
'i. .i! ( cr', e n !P, a de to (to
'ee ii. rse '.' h I-k In I lb ma#name

i. ''A 'rift f-r 'r' en O lhltnr e
',.q ''i i i tIi',11 r great ti th

Al' '.1

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?U Ii e', c mn'rte, t4Ilng
A f"f'e 4r.- t-I1-1w

V1 'C rtu olr-cm nier n
"C' fl "I'lif to the
'.'.c, i'r $l,,.eu,IOOQ .Oc
''4r nr n~!~!!

W, t T,*t. W"" f pin DomingC
A N "' ..~ 110 ftS ~rj
..i'a' i '' reciIi~ m..t e'a\r

iL# n, -a

Sixfsm Men Aro Drowned. ni rot
ClarU Harbor. N. F. NSov 2
.Nor'sgfta oeamrc Tur rn. a!-.1 tO'? wl
('*PUda1aaWW C4MaOf bOu'sz'.- i 0'...r:ar
is tbm tfa b4" fouer 11 d* r I a-r -
fie gaW vulch 5ow! o$ir N4,\% i
I NAI PrIday Tb e ns ?'",t Ij(-.
1' Ym5 3.. -bitt e arrrie '.r'- '', I
t'~~MaW" Wamd. brought 0no.v 4-'1'
V'rdy ay~bou .5 p. a sas'''31'' o,. ,
SPGW4 to be ?bL T.mr!: a'
k lRe& dgW oC. off the uv '

Ofhe tine baItbed Ia a'
Odtes% *a ticn dta'erod t0 "i

ICON im An% Acr14e5
~Oi.4J.Nov 4 J-.JL
''1~' ~Q was It!?r.nd is :tk

ofth ~s' O~u idnobl 1r'~
sWom LWS hal d wj d)
00ii a
hWsi is ad rub


'ea t.cI r') mlr

y 3 I i' j1. g'' it
.s5!i !O t O C! f )e .

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7re'i "

A,- ..1c3 f*L Mur*. e

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American Federation of Labor

Assists Union Pr.nters.


Widow Takes Up Weft of Hmowand
and Completeo ELs9oratie.
Quebec, Nov. S8.-~Aftr a rather
fOogLa suad .4uIwypassageo In the Suit
"ad river St. Lawripuc the ou stiag
steuaer IKIPng ward arrived here ti I
alanmfrom cuaaitwau buy in the ctraits
of Ik'lle Iakl having on board atu-ui
her pasoungers Mrs. Hubbard, wiiuow

GIVE MORAL AND FINANCIAL AID ol thLe ill-fated Leonulda Hublbrd, who
-lost als life in endeavoring to explore
Delegates to Annual Labor Meeting thie wiMt of LtbraJor pe uinula. Mrs.
Have Warm Ditcussion Over the Sa. tubbard Is accouapanl*4 by Uieori
clalistic Idea of Government-Hotl lE nt, the Moutagnas lndian guie,
h ho wmu wsitu her autaid during his

Speecnhe rim nBorn t 5ds.
PiLttsburg, Noov. 2.-A- i..' tiorning
sttwlon o1 the Amerivai. ., .i iutiu
L.eAjor Fiank K. roustcvr, ) ktPtcou. sv'.

rt L51) of L..le CON.MI ILc *L b I'.-0; d-vUi
Gout1'..I r.repuort. read a i, wutar)
I 'I f T iv t.' tI u r tiF 01 t, it-o t
day for t he untion print ie:,VAa- li dors.
i'd andicth'. t'Xecitivt e .c i.:in gIll jig

Cie I. V. c. a ol t sl al.

T'lhe cou.'.cil wasn Ill.,
tfnulhit their aid to the
nco'etssary after Jan.
commiititt reported thin
da) for printErs Isin 14,
and to'A lni il thl4 coti
It & A rell iciliulIt of
her w'.. ol'oridi by t1i
al the lI priul u ormin t
Thlb ase-k'ssment Is o,
1190 l,40-11. T' he .'rlt a-
bliiy ta Icelealtii

Lfre gate JolrMdlmsii II,
ma ~.' it s'cvic attack t,
'A 011.1 rh of 1the 'stitli
th'e'rai lb f'80 e'livu 5 of I

~1,w .il''i Cuuii t Ihe'Amto
of 1.&,41 '- tlhe An.e
of 'ru.l'ft rm" as tie'
cras of ti,v %oWi rhii r-

u. I 11:

it I I !

ii' I hIt~

S1,11 L

to (cO1
i t It i

1 n(' 11t

a ni1n.
th *a tn

unlucky v'xpedltiuu. She left here for
Montreal un Acr way to New York,
w bero s1he* will uirrivc' to~lay.
When questioned tk~ttu r expedcli
tlmu u v isauci dtu tsie hi%.Wittcvvnetid in
her obl~ject that ihe ba&l followed lth
tmit, ake'-i by hvr hite hand ftroim t ho
..al to It)ti. point where iie hadl nhamt
his de'act thoin t'lpcmrire andi ctarva.
Lion; tIhat r~i' had i found w w:'e !ic
had dl cszl I Ifrm WIs routt'e tot Itst
blh is iay. em I that he anAl clnril ti up
sotti' Impolipeintl I lnns In riard I to
Lb, h11$a iuIareroi of Lb. Noc, r:h %s'nI rnv.
o r 'sh h.ilc'o Into Lak1e' M%1rvillt, aid
Iliatuihle~lo 1Wt I-& we'll am n i grt'riI to
him le':oil' n't- M-hil~tjnman. th.o hvlqaI't
ot hanul .ti? t 11;1- 4g'e'r~v' ~r, N% Ih'

u.) n' n'Im-hIn Itie' rt-jxrt of brr



Postmaster O n..ral Cortelyou
Makes Annual ARporz.


Owing to the increaesd Facilities De-
manded by Rural Free DelIvery, It Is
Necessary to Have More Money to
Carry Out This Part of Service.

Wasihingtun. Nov. 2".I'uutuiaater

ausl toipiiardJvd u tsI. mrr c'Lm:) ii Lau'
trew~sury tims tlawLItt a itit wo I Kk31
QffiL(, VLIt'Lartuteut lor the tIbc'at your
vidudluig J1 e ou, lvci. I'lht) bilow a
a edutol '.iota of tXI'vikove a w hi evil' it is
e. c4 )IoWl i lof ~) I.iatr i at-WMst Q( ce

PUS LiIti tii,'l Ii a 0 tI 't. 11tho m drIin
ut'' of 4Il Mt-t I m i id tcht country.
''ll k'I ItIk.Le tO ln t0 1 1icet. ll~ i It4ervict
ait ta' titul I, tt,' wnd.'l vit "p.g r gati,
4't' of 1400111t ~ct'~~ovr i
Ott' 1 Itli Iitpi. tt,pirt'a.'n1 atbf
IIIeIsIA iii i t Ai l i I I ti l h .t- '. le14tw hteAt'i'. 0111
a ha i tilt,' p''o "I s tlhori' it-h rva ril a&
t.wO Litww it-cu.lul and eutisit.itlv-e elti.

it-) Nit 1. hlp:.' In'iu d Iiie iiiic f Iklel. s cs a

:,graph'irt.A; Bank A pointed as Recelver. Witlit I.i'It'I ucipalll I tums1.113 I li the in.
N it I ih J it t r t ug N i 2 I'i.n a:11111m. I .es l ii i'a .eie.' ie
I ilm 1 iif s I' llar um.hlir,% P'*zil a'i l Mr.'say idi me It'%.-, t'taipc lptv atlim to
'I c' t' ,;, Ti Irw --vi'iilis ift '% *I:. g'- IN altarilulsiq iur a11ea f iiar ais l L~ao
aI l ili. Imir l t, lij or ciit the' e ''' e tfe( Itshier' 'IT. I.00' U1J111 ll -AtI)l c (if It-l ivit I liltic' iI
1 011414117 111 4 ('-i r. # A )fI I -f I "1 1 .1'1e1 N at llenall FuI I.e II ll i III s111 c l itItit i- 11 11114, '.t
61 : li bi iin liL II i% ii -lI 'At % lm i al P ,111i1n M ,dI) '1 ( a ti ltIn. illmusiiab (i t, Cr *;Alo.00 ,.
I ht e I ItII o111 te I III i % .'I-I I Icit I n te'rimitt m llI it4It 1 4 ,,, j 'A I. i t s.i~e i v* w d. I it In lo t s I
P ll T11, CI' Icnpany I, lip .ie 15e' I i m i ttl.eIipLJ ii' i tic' a .ppropri-

.1iacttialu 's'ere. 1! s- I rc' %Ir fi r aiteI I 'i ctt-II-I ('.cA1,11Ie'M %)%I.lIe &.. Cr 1 i. 11 i) 14 Iieie Jt thakt ef
the~ fr'Jrat;,ivt 4-11' 1i p t ,I t ie''c nter or .2 pvr ce-nt. cC AA4t ) I It ll to athhl li- if~'e 'UI e16 illiSto

I)'I'puate (;ooil-te'.n. .)f lkusen, flo:ow-
ed t te Pievaktr. % ti I 1 ,a(Irai IlrHe Ril
dIre'u% in a !.,e'h he' cI''elitiv'eil the .oiI
c'a~sfor l I cwi i 1 -Is' ).oy a F

Vi ctr 1. :f lii'A ;11:'
pilud l to the t%,)ere or tC Pat Iit i a
Ht) ,pi tgrh Sal'I s s'lalmtv% ''narS

t i-4i1Ia I be toc k 11# 4 Aiv% itm pr. hieit Hl ttAt j I .1b $1 leII##U4 i j11 ,11 tha to(IVAI
fair mc lite lInt,' trvasunrerpVit. calpirai )'par, no thtnsaieee o~oti' t vciumitotis
Plot k i V-.'itfie~ euc'tn $o 1.4 64o nuii ~j 1 1$1. 1 1 ,1-1tol-eutI cm L I figInet' ii'vM*o f the

&I# III Il I; '(% ils l 11,11 yi I h as .~if I&; 1 Inm
$41 "O) l 1 '10, ('11g at1lly 'Aec I in
L1.11111K n tRI~ i(*

Man Cannot Be Identifled.
111riir~lngheism. Alht Nii%. All 4f

he~~~~~ ~~ I folt rimic T hi (ccet yu fel n it 1.Ihmiot". .iI cd Iit)ls-lify ay
S ,# i t' ihtI wit I r '- fi t I.'Amer,'ican ui ant V0 e ho ba itL#4 ititCe 'ld it IC&#It lak'
Fte li'r'll(icef 9&'l I i no.. frota Iiitultighatui. and who,
s 4 1Ia)4'si ''or ve-land.0 tn, is unibiiepitut'.LY Insain The was0eto mo
of '110- elAmplfvno f'"c 5t1. f(IhW1r)we'i I iicIa Lu ro. a sct dyn cl r lays rd' t w
wtlt, a ilt 11(11 speecli, !. nlI g Ib.- social the& rvtit-tlno ile-r.. ahtIwusgh he ha
It I" I b-4-n brumeghbl here auol i.4ed lIn-to.i


Hearst Forces Will FloM ForRecount
in Now York.
New Yorl S*4v ?2.-Clarmifle ,
8'hearn.j,-r4inal I'einsel cd %,
floarat anmitucmned 7cM slight t'bal es
(ooveror Frank Itlack ead br' re
talned to tak' crararo nt the criminal
end (of the II'lm'. ri which has grnwaw
out of Mr. Ifcanru' a mayoralty aosto
MrB. Black v11 'ik bold al ose and
will worU In cmooluUO5 rwith A'uhr
0- 7 G#,ra UMlay"' r. Sears 1
rated that the b.' .6-lerli uswgA! art
as a special a'v*rl4'v*r t eL to ifll
up the Impclrta! ;lo oof l.awvim~iticl
ublnb hlkas dfo;,'v1 utJis th lost
tao i nibree d04m
Wr Phs.S rs. tmiC IredbaT Mot p &Wk
ciao wu4 be n' 1, t4 'WW1 me a rwie,
for the o.9ectof 'a 'he bltIP ham'
The- Ifamsr"q oavc' ig b g4 g "d s
?.rmfu@eE vi-e*t "- r fbl apes
fleg 'rf4r'ly mv. I., r"o b5at 1 I--ao
a iee-w~an, '* Ali"g ath sme
tle tlw the o~,'-' 'nr' of t WW bel.bc
f.0 fveqm a r'ez'* -4uflsm 4)IWrle

Vh" her '1" 4104,4-'h pie of

1 .4Y o Re."" a' b ad s thrlaage
pT"10"#. 'gafveg 50551 eo oed
VW3e oSei ..%"' 2 -ir mp bfta!I'
blob. den 5&t e!r"aeej hs'De'si

pst'J ou r'.e 'e'ws.mg i Agd
by4* 'as '1gisb &"01@4p1 *5-O

f)f 1111 rt4--
ism omv. 0 eamI1)LI n* r

county jail fmr walIoeh ag it is
thouht that he he eto vitber "
fr'm Ib.ke TeeaKuo anes. oasylut oof
o06 to hNo month 4 herwe. Ike later b
kg f"6a404dUpun frequegt 'Ifawha
IaII& Icy nia abuat "lmgS back to

Iron W~reerse' U~eSs
Now York. tnv. s --J b t. la i
tratle VPlIWITS' aaso0WtG 5sep.4:
04d the struetal Ime g'gg*AO' Union
yesterday. there wW he asu@hw mostee
ing steda to decide wletbh to uar?
w "on hop PUeS "I"r as ibis not,
Is exscerme-i This 4WHOO is D"
aary. m the O sPo sro a as The *tib.'
o Me *rom krws hs 5Gigufi nflt
belldOap Ias 4. eewrw of Wmse'tial
ft the cityea"Sol#"a Ik e Wfck Is
rvsh.4 th h w *b4Ie the k oewapp Ic
o too OW &dthe boIl4los. Is '1
b7. 04sMon usJw thI bech0060" 'I,.
few i~mpae -

"#a" WsW fbNer. oMeet Die.
Clsema 6, 0. Nm = %.1,1
r*csu d b.r v &, to I A I ,' e lo(f
sede aT a 'r 'Ofra'
the rap**?wall t"- rif'lee If
of A &51 bin *'a'A A V1.- I 1AO#%
of* P& s rign' Itft has b&s It%

), 1 34 tft"r.b 71 ~o ~
F" I S 0ot II r
bitatusS'i~ .itm Wsa ~ *aes

CkjaeW JoaoC..-lae bI. W*&

WW 4 f*s07e91 141-.e J s %44W 00
"Claghiem **aaw.I- *_I&a'4*04 #W

USA" to J006 II -.1 ,4 um J IL
7600ol". 0k as 1w -e tw So
baes g Wff f ed
saa"41 osdfu
Idahm I.

I''' wa'U o ver Ilie' lbr5.ole'iiti year. That
(bi ILI1riLi~ (1 II1 ylcMl~rl elu the
?el' hiAtitit&, ut lIii' pl e'iaIivt e t
n~- i.'( is 'tiletei~~ll~~lae iL Is shwn hi
s' otat i I li' at (ti'c llIires t rit o's 4.1 is.

11,P11 lTowii' 4icIt her Itc, nl-eaI "avaus&.
*41 J111,4 3U. VIA!.%%a* i $4,.0t1,544.
'I his lsount I e' eiv .rfe's-ro-t Imutwoo
tbs eips"'Mltturts' a1i1.1 0 1h1 reeveaes of
the Opepau'tet lt it Is c .611) an-
S@)e*..it. "015) tie' s atal tic rc') rcrA"
lbe Altiial Cii ci tI he' Ihridl #vrvires to
the ople It re"'.'it #'ah'ohtio &to
aS aerurast us they' havse Ipt-n i frqsst.
Il In the palmr Iha.) alcirel good tosses
foU bellewtin thbat thee@cdIfett for the
year nwlsug Jeaus 341 lpVv M, will be on.
sh.Inrshl', c It t as Inierose

fact Isiat tiC iv 'ima rveassUwforThe Is-
-al Ye'sa Io IWIS ', 4ca1ced th losta
aps''lstar' a for ihd Macal yev rmIM
by nhm "Or:y I')')


SNew Emeetlve Cemmoeae e w onk a
a Watry oat6$n por Mosmh
lIuit't I vsI, 5. NspV 32-'Tb. l m"nl
iiavtirig ut #114abulas tof No Atlau
tir ('Cana lne t fesay *IesAd T, U
Onervus, f d t IWIHSUO, U. C(, Pros
dent vi-cK L0 WNM, igmgd u
Cipwripwa w aeru,.rv louri V o e
1u (At rsel. W MOAsa Iso 8
ewmdej Vt wIm on t the ardeot dl
reVtuef All I. alher u1cdrrs wore

Alex 11spt.ae ,Corfmrly soed Ivs
pf941451 wa In'f iW&& i4 mtoo *rw4 rW
pn'41SIo1. 4' 0 (6441110 eef Ipo
ad from thWrd to mer"w" vi m prse
) R Kra K r e we&s ad. thI A rd ,I s4
WIool. A odtIviad of thee. peeem,
was d4soar'i ,o ab sto k. plarting I
es a aWs taloesadof a ofe Pwer efet be$,*
?be nnaa'l. 'e" ""0~4 aft!a

silbk .m, 90a&aoalot or In "a'0
69 4. Wih.was t oN V !a' so!

Aaw" 'fre."ct ciWena
Maskm Sev it.at' a AAtm
T 0 mIj '." 0 4a4$,L.# tho bo'
IN l"IO MbD oi l 4' "I '. .A wlby '-h
%mill (ejIcA 'i,.' at ('alt
& mim ba Dm D oI'J gstbo Gum

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I W NO vE!



I'1 of Wednesdy A 00tnoon Wu
Spent Tring o B Jury.

By Order of Court a Special Venire of
Twenty Wea Drawn From Box and
Case Will be Resumbd Today-Other
Transactions of the Court.
S The principal business to come be.
fors the cirouit court Wednesday w a
S te t ase of the State vs. William M.
oolloway, charged with criminal libel.
SThe case was originally set for 9
o'Poeck in the morning, bo at the
eoevering of the court was postponed
until 2 o'clock.
Promptly at that hour the docket
was sounded, and all parties an.
nounaed ready for trial. The eoort
room was not unousamu crowded, as
was expected would be the oase,
whish was evidence of the fact that
Sthis famous oate had lost the original
Interest whioh It commanded.
The afternoon was spent in securing
a jao and only five were selected.
t h panel having become exhausted,
e shebarff and olerk, by order of the
: r drew from the box a speola1 ye.
trn of twenty names for this case, as
Jos By Powk, A.
John B. Polk, 0. A. Williams, 0. D.





I -s

Kidney Trnble likes Toun lserable.
Almost everybody who reads the newv
papers is sure to know of the wonderful

SI RootJbe g~rat ki-
ne.v. verand blad-

bladder deialist, and i wonderfully
s*cce ina psrorpJtly cuing lame back,
uric d, atarrh of the bladder and
Bright'i Dbies, which is the worst
form of kidey trouble.
Dr. KUlsmc r's a-Root is not re-
ommended for everythng but if ou have
kidney, aver or bladder trouble it will be
fqand just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, i hospital
.work and in private pctice, and aa
proved so auoMil in every case that a
special arragemnt has been made by
which all realn of thi paper, who have
not already, it, may have a sample
bottle sent free by mail, alo a bookt.l-
ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to
find out ifyedshave kidney or bladder trou-
ble. When writing mention reading this
generot offer in this paper andsaddyour
address to Ir. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton,
N. Y. The regular
fifty-cent and one- W b
dollar size bottles are mit 5< *Ofbi
sold by all good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, Y., on
every bottle.

WOodi,J. P. Jones, L. Guthrie, A T.
lelley, W. D. Tillman, A. R. Kelley, THE NIWtV FROM ALAMHUA.
M. Olemmons, D. L. Graham, J. C.
Baxley, M. W. Danforth, J. 0. Martin, Sent Up Fr Stealing-Other Local
. May, J. E. Orifth, W. H. News and Personal Itms.
Boone, W. 0. Dampier, J. F. Beck, W. Alachua, Nov. 22.-Mrs. Emory i sat-
0. Lindsay and J W. May. tending the Fair at Tampa.
Those selected Wednedlay afternoon Prof. DeLand has resigned as prin.
were W. A. Hodson, J. T. Richard, F. aioral of the sebool at Porwes Grove and
T. Baker, Jr., J. Mannlnlg, M. E hase eeepted a position with the Bank
Jelly. of Alachos.
Miss LoI Hale was sworn In as ste. The city ouonell has bought Sto ar
!sippher In this ase. loads of rock, whleh are being osed on
r y4e B Davis was swor in as as. the main streets of the town.
IIalt tsate'4 attorney, but has no The numberof bales ofo oton gianed
amestion with the Holloway ose. her this season falls short aboot 250
by kve of the court Hon. Benj. P. bales over the same period for last
OClbeus, Btate's attorney, lied the season. About 1,000 bales have been
oellowlag lnformsaton a ginned up to date.
tate vs. harley Roberta, selling Oarlyle Dopuo hae accepted a post.
MUqlr la a dry county, two Indies. tlo wlsh Jooes, Maynard & Jones.
miats. T. H. Oato aad M. H. DeLaod an
Srat vs. Jullus Washlngton, selling attending court at Galnoevllle this
liqeir In a dry eoane. week.
The following ease were brought up W. M. Thomas visited Gainesville
ud dipoeed ofi Toueday.
Btte v. John Wlliams, assial, ap. Master Bernas and Mise Oonstane
peal feem )jesle ourt dismissed. Bishop are attending the State Fair.
tate vs. Moses Williams es al .as. Rev. Mr. Norsworthy of Mesanopy
salt, appeal from jlotiee court dies closed his meotlnsi here lu s monday.
mbsed. He was very souesafel In his efforts.
btsae vs. Jame R. Smith, assault, R. A. Turner has returned from a
appeal dlimlpsed. trip to the eoas.
State vs. Ben MeNish, appeal die- Taylor Morgse, colored, was eon.
minted, .tieed In Judge Oaswell's court Bator-
Sate vs. James Pelham. appeal die- day, on she barge of stealing soIto
alesed, sad leod I8 4and seeso, tor 0 days an
BuSta vs. Holmes Dorey, selling the ang. The *ie was paid.
liquor la a dry nooely, ol proMed. A Salvatlon Army bad has been
1Sate vs. Charley Robinson, selling holding meetliag o our streets this
liquor In a dry osaty, sol presed. wek.
State ve. Oharley Roblaon, selling When You Have a ad Cold
liquor in a dry cooaty,. ol proesed.
Court adjourned until 9 o'elowk thie You wat a remeld t a will nao
morning. only give quiek reief but esreer a per.
-m...aneat sure.
Rev. O. S. Strous. You was a remedy hat will relieve
This gentleman, who is now oondoet. the luap and keep expoetoretton easy.
ias a eeries of evangeletie mesails. You w*as a r emedy Stat will eoon.
with Pastor T. J. Naixo as KavaIaugh tIres aay tenodesy toward pesomala.
Methodist Church, is already knows t You want a remedy that is plsnoasa
sany of our people, as he ha vialted and safe to take.
Gainesville several times before. He Ohamberlala's Ooagb Remedy meets
l the father oftDr.Clarrnee B.Strooue, all of the r requlresa te and for the
so well and favorably known in our speedy sad permanent aure of bad
elty. aolds steaad without a peer. For sa
Mr. 8trouse Is apparently about sist by all dnruqisu.
ty years of age. aid is a man of oe l
appearance and cheerful disposition. SItt'lhip Virlfta' Tria Trip.
s e i a very uftoeeful tosinese uan Rak land. MH., Nov. 8 .--e battle.
who gave up a lar g and luerastve bast- ship Virginia today besa the standard.
Ism s i alem. V that he might give tlas test of her praellers o the
hie entire time to evantrlistie work. Owls HNld &*rl today. C0oalslder e t t
He preltieed law for eight.n years, tore"t t bowsi In the realto eo
Sad iave it up to attend Io his laro Pared with those attala e by Ie al
maalnfaeurmug interns, he btlng Ipres. tswlhip heod laland. tried the sae
Iest of the company. oores two waks ago. T aotrtaet
Mr. t4ro ms is a man of d.cp I ly ep4 reqlreoaeit Is 19 knew. The
sad a broad, cathnole spirit He is water eaits were g 4. 0 l-
a etInber of the Luthvran cehurh. th h wood Is bawtma boN N
bet works harmoanouely with othr mles1 a hebor flrom W S irthreet,9
euhes is ruvivaIl meeting l niagoally ieroas the emeeI
-slly deires that the pastors and
1- lbes of the other ehuarhes will Te ~ow4 a Cldo t Ome D~
a1-d tb meeting as much as p... Take LAXATITV BROMO Qetial
bb. Te special metinucs began rur,. Tablets. Drungsts eftd molr o f it
4dai Ilt ad will cnaionu for atuut fals4 to sure. 1. W. GQovs'e toleast
tweltwi ay. Srriee dealy tt a ni on u *s hekl Us.
and ?adpm. i
Oty Dirscery For Satr a
We have a member of c rpi i
er'ns'C t I DieeIe for sale aI The. f
Ieak oar bueLm I a 4 J vrot.a
Ultl~l ser ,*, r a


No Poison In Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. E3BTA
From Napier (New Zealand) Herald:

New South Wale#, Australia, had an *D
analysis made of all the eough medi-
eines that were sold in that market.
Oat of the entire list they found only S e a I.sla
oe that they declared was entirely
free from all poisoos. This exception sea Island Cotton Seed
was Chamberlaln's Cough Reaedy,
made by the Chamberlain Medicine Leather
Company, Dee Moines. Iowa, U. 8. A.
The absence of all narcotics makes this Manufacturers of the
remedy the safeet and best that son be Sea Island Cotton
had; and it il with a feeling of secure.
ty that say mother oan give it to her GAINESVILLE,
little ones. Chamberlain's Cough Rem- .
edy is especially recommended by its S
makers for oqeshe, colds, eroup and G S1
whooping oough. This remedy is for '
sale by all drulggits. Beta

BLI3SB iee180.


11.c0L OottOon.

, Bagging and Twine.
in Strips or Sides.


James Doig Improved English
Gin, and Supplies for Same.

CHANT & C0.,
Mlen and Jobbers in

Pavor Joint Statehood.
meg" 1r 8 Staple and Fcncy ProceriS,
Tumsown, Aris., Nov. 22.-At the jote
tatebood maiu meeting last night, 381 -
persons joined the joint statehood as-i I ri l. Ine Iml FertHlil
sociation. Addresses were made by
leading citisens and the following reso. SOUTH BIDB SQUARE. I : GAINVILLB. FLOIDA
lutiona were telegraphed to Presidet t Highe market pries paid for Ohiekens. Eggs and other Prf e.
Roosevelt: "Hon. Theodore Roose
velt, Presalent of the United Btates: A Oompl of aay Oorf, Osas Flouor Bnr. a l, oMeal. Coton Mea
Greetings. The residents of Tuaoo and Rie. We haad onl the VERT BiE Todas se LOW
and Pima county, Artsona, in mase MT PI1Pa1 s guasrate *a- always.
meeting assembled. unanimously d.
clae that we favor joint satoeoot. l "7. "
with New Mexico, and ask that your 17
recommend it In your message to the
eignree. (6iged) H. Schumacher, 9 D ITO j & C O

Constipation. A
Health is absolutely Impossible if I
eonstipation be parent. Many serious
easeo of liver sad kidney omplalns
hbarv prolg fromol elected eonstipe. r Doa baL a bead 1ad s eo bll aads Wel
tlo. Boeh a deploable condition is o e "man Mt 011,1 .e. eerorpar, tpso. mers asa Sea
reeetveem Iwaore ONe,1111110eW mtelsio m as sto M3
noneesery. There I a cure for it. sesseff a s.
Herblae will speedly remedy matters.
0. A. Lindsay, P. N., Broneoo, Fla.,
wrike, Feb. 1, ilSW "Hatvis uo d eN d Ti''fT T T --
HerbIe., I fad It a See medicine for v
eoustiptioA." I0s a bottle. Bold by

geo iGamiesT ile & Gulf Railway Compagi
Ml'waeos W%, 14No. 2B.-PriatU
formatom receive oy a MUwaukee THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
government offieal ttro an oficr atOU
te prnt Lvenworth prison staLes th OF FLORIDA.
trank C. Bigelow, the defaulting MaI Te Tablei *. e '
waukee bank preltdent appear to be__ ble I. eet September -a, 1906.
utterly crushed la spirit. It isd said
Igplow goes aboat his duties In a No. LNo. LN
seemingly daaed oediltlo6 aad seldom DilDy Daly. TATIONs. ail. ni.l
eetals believe t It doUitfal It the x
bak prriodaet will M to IrwV 01t . .-----'I
has term. eNo ol a e:mIn te a PLAM At.PMAr PM ......
.wg_______o.__. t
t phor~tgpb gaDllery of tahe pMest. a o ........ ..... ......so;.. ..
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O ed a Pl e R. 8 g ....... lk ........ .... 2
Ark., "-or the rlMt Ie r a t ek i 00 .... .... .... M p ..... ......
le's Aratesalve, It esoe fPal 10 .... .....u. ... *
resalag eore. whiA aehingeteewase .. ........ d....... rkwood........ ... .... 1 .
IMsl. ad Mfr whis 2 I had e l 4 30 Ol .....* 1* "" I ......
tt & lyea ," It %eim a v m..a.ler j 40 .......o.. 1`.. 1I10 ......
eas.b r a a w a s Go r ........ 4 40 ... .. .. y a t.... ... ... 142 a ......
S et at alfn r ea g S a. .".... ....... .. ..

S. .......... -Blamy~~... .... n as i

aw York. Y N oI. I- P ...ta .. TAIt ... mna cily *a 20" "" .0
J. oDermoatt. wit1 110e, ts W 0 ..O. 111h0Ie.*o.law P i ::
staoer atb IgI IM I"O M ....100.........S L gepi... ..# .. ... .. ....
a treeal 849 Leb city, a. ..... at Ps a o L ... I. as

.. .... .A L... ..... i......
*j5 kl I n T la wit It as n I 4....a....Osi5a lbe !
h b IN ill a $ .. ...... "-'....- .u"-se", &a0.40 : ae: 8. .
41111110111ro^am* ISM *c*b****a**a ..A*WWI%..a .. $4

ay Waie it'? Thea be e-mawed TSaW In 4 doIrm1 WM eeetlie MW leb*4e an Geuabwa
~ P HuP e t beP tI JAs. L a ua, o am slaiuanIea. j lEmu
it" Aer's Haw pmdi hae -- Sm"

lAdvertise in THE S
..' '/ 'A 'L ^*

hasnmendaton Is Made in Regard to
Civil servloe Examinations.
WVahlmgtog, Nov. 22.-A fee from la.
plcaae4s to examinato by the civil With medics as other sA jeatof
aserris omiaalon wil be charged in worth i1 the length of time they th oonl r
the itoiwe lthe recommendations ai the pe, le. The effltacy oiS. S.IS. s b is tbbhoagbly y
lk chit4~mLiner of M. K. pKgins, of Podey epi t eae, anbeso asiice&l a wB hoe t .hat
tis dn ay it lthe best -know &n Ad'Mt l' wd lIod
the eommatee bs adopted. Ths indl. remedy in the world. For diseases such as Rheumaftim. Catarrh. Scroftla,
atUon Il made by Mr. Kiggins, which Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcers, Contagious Blood Poisoo, and other troubles
wJil bea mbmtted to the commission to0 due to as impure and poisoned condition of the bloodno remedy acts so
day. Tbe Indloations as now given promptly and thoroughly as does 8. 8. 8.. and thousands throughout the
out by the commission without cost to country, cured of such diseases, are daily receameeninA It to others simi.
the applomats, but the chef examiner larly afflicted. ITS FORTY VXtAM OF SO aNW G HAVE EN
calls atteaton to be great expense in FrY M OF URE S. 8. 8. is a blood nrier of the highest
parepatetion at rating of paper, cor- order, containing properties necessary to cure blood troublesof ev character,
reptonde anrecording f pperinting, pho- and which make it the greatest of all tonics. It goesa to the blood and drives
torespondence, recording, preii o- ontany and all impurities, and makes this stream of life strong and healthy,
to thoraphing, etc. ,and recom- and when this isdonediseasecannotremain. Belngmadeentirelyfrom roots,
mends that each applicant be required herbs and barks, chosen for their healing, purifying and building-up proper.
to pay for the privilege, ties, it does not injure any of the delicate organs or tissues'of the body as do
He suggests fees ranging from 50 those medicines which contain Potash, Mercury, Arsenicorother hamfulmin-
cents to $2 or more, according to the im. erals, but cures safely as well as permanently. 8. St reaches deep-seated
portanee of the position for which the and inherited cases on which the ordinary Sarsaparillas and tonics have no
applicant is examined. He calls etten- effect. It is no experiment to use S. S. S.; it is A remedy with a record; it
tion to the self-sustaning system In has proven its worth and ability by its forty year. of cures. If you need a
other government bureau through fee blood remedy begin the use of S. S. S.; write us about your case and let our
collections. physicians advise you and send book on the blood; no charge for either.
Kt nT*WF 1r T WCICF &O AANTA, 4A..


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OMNDE SEDHQw Is Baby Today 7
Better, thank you. In fact ut,, w.I
te w ll-

- -......, roud and.- ""I welj
I Fat, round and fIl of 1;-e and mischief
James Dolifttdt ad yesterday froml:Pink and white flesh, dr::r with d:m
Svisi to he State air at Tamp.i Lie pies. No co.:.h, no inge :Jn
prooounes the Alachu% county x:i!,.- Al! on account oc
it as very flue.
A. B. O'lver, traveling sal,-man ,or ory
the Consolidate4 Grocery Company. I|| | | I
left yesterdayefor Alachua and other
points in the Itrent of his firm.
G. Olark of Nashville, 'lenin ,
manager of Q Croogh & Sons, bred-: administered by a motlihr whose love
err and imported of horses, left ye, was tempered with co.::nmon sense.
terday forTampa, after several daJs She knows that OZOMULSION is
spent in this elty. a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
Miss Ea Taylor of Tallahassee, the too. It stops waste of !e;h. It makes
ecomplished Tdaughter of Justice 11 plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
Fenwick Taylor, is in the city, the folk it is the chief nourisher at lie's
Fuest of Evans and Mr. Ra.e feast It cures Consumption when
ghel Hall. Than amerous friends of taken in time. All druggists sell it-
el Hale. The numerous friends ofo cents and t.oo the bottle. Let us
thisyoung lady are delighted to wel-. 5 cents and $y.oo the bottle. Lot us
come her. send mou
"A BREEZY TIME" Free Samp le fl by Nall
Write letter or postal to
Will Appear at the Opera House Next OZOMULSION CO.
Toeaday Night. 198 Pine Street, New Yort,
Manager Laytoo should be congrat- -
olated on moarlng so good an atirac. LOCHLOOSA LACONICS.
tion for next Tuesday night as "A
Breesy rime." If he always books as Business Items and Personal Notes
good an attrnetion as this the amuse- From This Section.
menotlovingpeople of Gainesville will l.ochlo ., November 22 -J .
have no eaorn to complain. 'Tompkins has left for Silver Spring.,
Wherever this company has appear- wh,.re he will take the job of laying
ed this ston the press and public has track.
been unanimous in pronouncing their \. 'T (lore left Monday for Meat.
perform-nees the best ever seen. "A ow, where he will take the job of
Breesy Time" is in three acts, the plot 1,iyrig three mile Iof tramroad for
of whilob s so light that it is hardly lAv.;s Company.
worth mentioning, although every act A Singletary of Gainesville has
has been happily impregnated with ev- ,i .p1l 11,d h 0 houqeho;d furniture here
erything thatis new and up-to-date, and his fam ly will come in a few
including muasi, songs, dances and day.
cleverspecialities, all of which are in- I.Rtbrt .1 T mpk:ns rolled in Sunday
produced to an easy and perfectly le- 'n rniiin from ILevteutrg, where he has
gitimate manner. ble,,n for quite awhile in the wheel.
Thecast of "A Breezy Time" Coin- wright aid blackimnithing business,. He
pany consists of the pick of some of expl'i't' to locH'te here
the foremost artists now appearing on i W\ Cclihran iof I.akelaind is visit.
the free comedy stage, who have the ,ni, hi another, Mrs. Mary Cochran,
ability to depict in a fine and artistic wh i, iiite ill.
manner the inely-drawn characters in '-,mt of the people are done grind-
this, the founiest of all comedies. ;li a1ne in thio section, while some
Reserved seat sale now on at \VW W i,, it ,.tarted.
tvera's tore. i: .\ ..\Akini of Tyler was up Satur.
-dy to s.'e the last remains of his
MASONIC CONVENTION. hitter. )ut ca ne mt) late.
Will Cenvene in Masonic Hall This Son Lost Mother.

Evening-Many Masons Expected i i
"( oP iuiriiption runs in our family.
The district convention of Ma- aid Ithrioth it I lost my mother,"
sons, Eleventh District, will coni- wrUtt I Reid of Harmony, Me.
vene in Masonic hall this eve- .. "For tihe p-it five years, however, on
ing, District Deputy Randd Mar- thI liightesit igsn of aconbh or cold. I
ter A. M. Oashman presiding. lha' i takn Dr. King's New Discovery
The lodges to be represented at thi" for C('onsumption, which has saved me
convention are Waldo) No,. lo, Alachliis from e..riotun lung trouble." His moth-
No. 26, Micanopy No 2P9, (iaiinerville ..r's death was a sad lose for Mr. Reid.
No. 41, Melroe No. P9, RK,.k Hill N, i(,,i he i.arrnd that lung trouble must
d, Hawthorn No. 1 3, Island (rire ;,t i, neglected, and how to cure it.
No. 12. (~l(ii'kest relief and cure for ooughs
Duriogthe convention, wlilih ail 11,1id ond. Price f() and $1 00; guar.
last for three days, the various degr-es !t,,t,.,( at all drug stores. Trial but.
of the Order will be exemplitfid. NMost tl fr, e
Worahlpful Grand Master Charle W Week of Prayer.
Johago mof Jacksonville and Palt
Orand-Mater Mareus Endel of this! ahe flowing Is the program fort
city e itante the committee on work,: the e, oe at Kavanangh Methodist
I Ch-iroh at 3:N) o'elcnk this afternoon:
which ke a esaleient guarantee that ( 'h'e h st 3 :te o'eClok thi afternoon"
work illbe properly and impreverea.-
ly exempled. r. 1I ary aCosta.
A laa attendance lad enthusiasttie l 1r 17
meeting lansticipated. l:.,t,,,,. es Ver.e.
tetlng is opoisire Vero#*
(__ ,ilora i'ai rsI
Reva. T. J. Nixon and D. B. Strouse Talk on rSantsi l'.Itrict-Mrs T
Conducting Services. F. frhomas
Rev. T. T Nixon, pastor of Kava- Talk n, -,-.* ,--Mr. M Phifer
aIlth Me Jodiet Chorch, assisted by "Susg
Bet. D. B. tieer o of Salem. Va., be- P per. i uehow"-MI Hil.
gam esee11 4 rseoting at that ohorch Readin. 'The Messag of the
TwSediog eaa. The first meeting Church to Ilieathndom"-Mrs. (lyats.
w" l wl aSteided, and the merstie Talk. Kres"--M.r. M B Powell.
gtliw mptNle of great soueess l ,solly ard h erAdietioe.
AU all m Of the eIty. together with The Eact hng Ruird for Con
heir eaggatio,. are invited to he t epao C
edl ia the nmetig. ,. at p tst. d Is
If e l bD y to Outting Teoth puriflr t',;rrlrrlain's ftowmah A
Iaisged saetlat old and well- .iverTatri-t**,"mtobtthesetst(I
teM MIeNy. rsa. Wiselow's ibooth required r,:..r enough forr the
t gW p Oi lelldie teotheLg. In rioberS. b et. r itr 1 eouIb and aeIe f,'
, 0 JbM.h. "elkft the Cons. ehildsi erd wlhout that aerrbleo
I ;Wrpiln ,, eomnfton togLn
wia nI ", i, d ol'.e a.9o 1 ...f, K |. w,1 .,,",r 1 Cm.
hebas emi or ldarwrh w. Twe Ontario. ('sr .l Forlt by all drl
W4.mowaboMle. Est..
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T h esape at ar1 Ia r %rLieno 90evaf b .
T ft petrW ars" be' eew Wald. mu
KO Yicare tI1 oeq~s wla ui a"
Kul ou & CkaTampa uOs If-c i esgtUSWaldo SW
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No Case of Pneumonia on Record.
We do not know of a : nisle instance
where a cough or cohi resulted in
pneumonia or eonsumpt on when Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar hatl been taken.
It cures cooghs and <,o!ti perfectly,
so do not take chances i tth some un-
known preparation whii.h may contain
opiates, which easue etrstipation, a
condition that retards recovery from
a cold. Ask for Fole '~ Hloney and
Tar and refuse any rubtitutte offered.
J. W. McCollur & Co

Ordered Not to Pr nt News. I--
Ga.1slin. Ala., Nov Jack Hunt. AperfeclRemedy fo
er, one. of the negro, ,:.gd with l Wornour Sto
the murder of Mrs. J S Smith, wua nss snd LO keOIS
placed on trial in thei court A
sensation was create ?htn .lntRde J.1 FacSinie Signaht
IT I)ilue ordered th, ,' t room to
be c!eareto of a largc '.wd of spec- NEW YO
ttoNr utpon the reqiesi' ,f I til relatives
of thet mtrdf red won i. iilni warned
the newspaper reporrte' ni' to puhllAh
any of the evidence ,..Ir a penalty
of being sent to jail. I';,10 i the first VT CO W
time In the history of 'ie -ounty that
such action has been ken.

Pirating Foley's Ho ey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Chie,.-,) origtinlted __ ___
Honey and Tar as a t: r,.t iid lung
remedy,and on secmi i (if ihe greatI
merit and popularity F'oley's loney
aid Tar many imitat ni< are offered
for the genuine. Tih,- worthl-sr imi-
tatlions hare similar n.:dinig iiamnes.
Beware of them. Ti eruine Fu-
ley'r Honey and Tar ., In a yellow I E.
package. Ask for It "'ii refuse any Abstraret of Title and fi
substitute It is the '.te remedy for enunty. Our mania
coughs aid colds. J W. McCollom Is thorot
& Co.

Cease Refunding of Bonds.
Wahlnlton. Ni 22. 2. -ecr ,ary
Shaw today malr Ip 0!(' the followtlnl
itatenme'nt: '"1 lh. cerr 'ary of tnet
trea tair: heret', !c'\ pultbl notice
that tnt- refmidiin 4 -!f h 'i I r'ted States
3 per cent bon !- ,f lthe '!)a of 190O
18 and 4 per (e .' ',,ril- of !t,. t ndele
k1( n of 190;' now ;i-o e'* i e lg tilidrr cir
cular of S-ept '6 I '*.'> %ill be dlscon-
tinuced after Nov ."4 1',o. Ikndsl that
were Intended f,' r f-inlningr rnt be
forwarded so a- '*, e received at the
treasury depar:n mr. not later Lhan No
vember ~9th."
\Herb W. Edwards Injured.
IIerb W. Edwards of Dee Moines,
Iowa. got a fall on a ley walk last
wintr, spralaining his wriet and brael
Ig his khees. "The mess day." he
says. "they were an sore aed stiff I wee
afraid I would ba tosaty l bed, but
J rubbed them well with COamberlali's
Pain Balm. and after a few applied.
tions all eorgn* bed diappeared.
For sale by all drugtlse.




(I Ioox-poatdI
Ill liformatloo furnished rgairdingl landsI la t
aer has lived In this eoontt thirty yearm a
ughly eonwvrtant with land titles

E. E. VO"Y LE,
nsnting a number of prominent Ameriesan Bd Enarlish eoogpele,
GaL wv-e "illoe Iloxrd.la

The question Rendere reliable srviee of every sort long the lile of
of Title the land Trlsl Inl the 4te of Flurida, particularly
Alseaika county.
firl eonsid. ...
nPiCIlLTIEti, Ab ilwa of Tittl| Tat anoe Ikerhsg
*er:los f or Agrets ar W.gRlmst Lad Ownl s oat. o tme
the Investor. TSWS ttI,
Rlefeearmes iir artsional Hank of (laanoevlle. 3. .
DatSm A Co., Bals .

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people achieve bargains, and some people

have bargains thrust upon tihen. We are
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you don't fall in line and have a few of
them thrust upon you it will be your fault.

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-N *. -k,- Nov. 22.V :h oInter-
zi:u:~'rv-nce It s c Rev.
Ii -. ,icl:I~ chaR(II~:C : he1( Evan-
uf of the r .t cuinsol
-'ea::or~al chin '' thf, Unit
: d the '11nt!0
h arta if 'y a-,
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f i pvening :1;if tiey
wo`'' !- 'N hire theaw ri Y Q could get
') ;,,vto w tt nd ser '., "There
w cre '%icl thtatolr.4 4);) t ntzht,"
he 1ai I "and If you an 1 I1 0not use
the taeers a on Sunult. !here will
woon N, a time winen thb aIcaters Willi
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S. / d Under the new roulig concerning ap
!A pointmenta to the consular service bf
%ha rsl atm fe S aenviul..na.. Preseent Roosevelt the appliclsnt for
Sad ir. consulates must pass the examination
B. MoCR.A.......lor and of (Consuls whose salariess are $2500 or
L. W A AlIt Y..' ....... oand Pu ble mior. less and also provided that they must
'3 V. W. AW HL. T........Am..A tte Editor.
understand, thoronphly at least one
l j. IDIL. Betr ..............C.....t zitor. modern language other than their owo.
This is the most important Step that
LOtU& J. MiVIsBY. uen'l TrovelinA Agent. has been taken toward making oureon-
... u.ompo. rsolar ,erviceefficient aod equal to the
Jr IL. M. RO .... supt. cotm irbo Rxmp.
conisulAr services of Germany and Eng-
SOWPIO: PORTFR BLOCK. land. Under this ruling any fotnre ap-
'.l; I, letIeat, s. TsF.LaPHom 44 plicant for a consulate would be re-
S Y S, published ery mornn quired to speak the language of the
i.B.t .rv uiTam, published every morning e-x
,delivered by carrier in the city,or country 'to whieh he is sent and for the
J toay part of the tUnited States, postage Brat time the commercial interests of
rass yeari ; 2.o5 six months; S.2.sthree our country will be regarded as parm-
St!ee;orS o cents for five weeks-strictly in mount for the Influence that any eon-
._c. lslar aspirant can bring to bear on the
S dling noticesin local column locents l t President.
tnertion, ond 5 celto for each addtlUonal I is manifestly Impossible for a man
lr. neither speaking nor under tandiL.g
^*rf 1ate for display advertising made known on
h tefordisplay advertlngade k German to adequately represent our
trade interests in Germany and the
SThe Twce-.weeks an Lsa oelbtpage, forty- same is true of every other country to
eAte s paper, publshOd every Monday nd which we s od eonsnls. Ashoeflrh that
Thr rmay, and contatis all the news of the
wee, local, state mad gea and desird to introduce American shoe in
S maled, postage free, to any part of the United Franoe would be throwing away mopey
S atesor Cands. for (.ooa year-in advance. to send an agent there who knew noth-
S vrtl bils b e e ar rt ing of French ad who could have so
AU|detag bills beme due after frst commuiloation with any native of that
aprstee of advertisement, unless otherwiseommunith a native of that
i ailMd i contract. Parties not known to as country who failed to speak English,
W be required to pay for advertise in to ad bat this is the character of the repre-
S mes. A"iddre, THE DAIY UN, station that thte government has for
OA L~,.a. long time been providing the oom-
I merclal interests of the Ualitd Btates
LIFE INSURANCE. foreign countries. It has long been
Under the heading, "A New bJect our fatuous boost that the consolar
dor Leiisation," The Savannah Ne serve, of this eoontry superior to
S a the followltig *sensble article: that of any other country, bou the re-
"The lan ation are multiplying suits of the service have not Justified
the ostsI re molliltesed by As
that there will be a large number of the bore tary of ttosted b, wo isinte
bills Itrodueed Into Congress at the eeretay of tatePlerae, who vtlited
m ppshl *Ps o of Congress, re. every important eonsolaw I Europe
S aprto both life avd fire Inurnaoe and Asia last year and who furnished
9 o lot of bills will provide that the the President the report that resulted
.n this ruling.
poerament shall assume a certain hr
Smomot-of control of life ionuranee
S pemMni, and bshll inspect them to STATE FAIR NOTES.
a ohat they are bel g conduated ine
SMrerdanos with the laws of the States The great Florida tal Fair, now in
n w hlicblh the are chabrtered, lst 8prolgress at Tampa, Is pronounced by
iulw lbh they a re now inereotod, t thousands of vitters to be the grand-
w., l be reod that at the lst enlon ept fair ever held by ay 8tate In the
bOo le t hatator Drhden of Newsio Union. The eoad weeook of the fair
*t Caosres Beastor Drfdea of Nerw
Jeaey, who is president of the Pro. opened Monday, and silo that day the
i aUlWe Inlaene Company, I- asttedanebo ha been constantly swell.
&MW We Inve aea Oompany. in -
I o a 11 billgvnl tbe eeral sow Ilong owing to bte many speelal stares.
s. tr5 ted a stroll iofing ltae rael go. lions offered to the public. The big
psla on the round that they wore erowde are blan er, h re of in an
Sdol an interstate busoelas, and that, commendations ae priahdrte hsadlns
b e so, Oolnres had authority to ake oommodas in e Isores of homes ad
l 0 ofl thoemn. IsIsqa lS, bow. well s 1In the Soore of hosee sod
earol3 @1 them Iti a qouetiem, bhow boarding houoe operating In Tampa
ever, whether the Supreme Court during he tourist season.
woild hold that a life ianoone e s an drl t o
S anile of l ntelhto oommores. It re-
S article of lerstate oommeree. Ist r* Governor Broward spent two days at
enly decided that a fre insurance the State Fair in Tampa last week,
policy was not. It might take a dif. making a e oad trip from Tallabssee
forest view of a life policy. for ths purpose. He prononeDas the
S The moast interest, however, seems fair to be the mst osueersful he has
to *enter around the proposition that ever ses in say State, as do the leg i.
S the government shall go irto the life aors and oewspaper editor who
i"t m ee boine --thail issue poll. t. ters and newspaper editors who
sranoo e bo.lneaeo-hall isase poll attended on the openial and euoeeed.
s lt 'oo ompetltlon with private ife la days, Not lees than 00 of the
Iaseranoe compabo s It te said to be fnl t hones ever brought loath re
astollahlog how grosa the number of quartered at the track, and the rallng
latelligent persons 1s that approve is the finest ever en In Florida.
this proposition. It would naturally Oowinn to the arrival of tsuh a lari
S be uppod thati but few would ap etra r reo
prove it, because polities would iLter. have boe arranged for, sad will eon-
fore colreatly with the beianol tha h ben f w
ttanu until the elosinlgl day, Thureday
S the loverament would be bil loser, November 80th, whrh s kaown Mas
sad alo because sueh bhioeee would
be a tremendous movement in the dl. L. Bwl, in hof ro r AssoelationT.
eton of paternalim-of central rom ow on tero will be
the gornmet. ecial feature and spal das for
"It i true of course that country the pe re f visitors.
and olties of Europe have done and are ____
dolng a I.fe insurance business, but As shown by records kept la the
they confine their operaliona to the buildings of the State Fair at Tampa,
very poor There is surprisingly little not les than 6.000 home seekrs from
information in res.p.ct to their activii other Sitate, inoaldian tho of the
e iIn this daireotoln in any putlhea great Northweet, have attended the
StlOn to be foulid 1i1 thls ouutry Iltt fair and these are still in Florlda, look.
the kind of insurance Ihey d.> as hardly ing for locations forpereanenat home.
that which it is 1proptosted our ,ewrn. A large portion of this number bouh
meat shall do. According to tie illls one.way tiokete, itenadinI to locate IL
which have ben Irepared it as the r,ur' lorida without returning to their
pose to have the t'nited Stat'r >itnarf former home. Every Florldia whob

all elaase of nkris. It th tUvrrinl Istr feels an latermt io ha. tate Ihoeid
should go iuto the tuiue*n tt eo ,hi do attend ihe fair before the elo, 1.o-,
Samuch ehear ha priaembr 80M h., --
It so much ehesgwr than private t, ,o --....... ......

potalee. owilig to hin h r if t i .t it
wouldn't hi,,. solLe tors. tiat n ii
doubtsL lreir ihe u ltin lnvallr i' it ,
S Out of IUta i-e1- r,4.uld, ti f(act. I rra.ti.
really du all ,f Ith.* lifr nsurat to.r
. ae. It would a i to rtomllo ay li arSI)
of elerkes ad Ithe irotsblitlea nr,. .t
wo"ld hav duuietll on t all tt.e tl.
ae-*ridden risks ti.t private omta.-
aio refoev. The tutwilnS would sre
tO it that the government took car,. .f
the familles of all such risks.
"Of eoaeeNo bill making ti e It le ,.
ed State a life Imuricea coil~ .y aso
going so pmas with a rush and no ,,'-
bill may bepaid at all. bat there s
*oduabt that big *forts are ,, be
Nade to gt O Silla to legislate song
0eo lne ladi')d."

Jacsoeaville will have pers food o
ekLibLiloe-aot tr Wate.

Beware of Oitments for Catarrh That
Contain Mercury.
As nmerury will iarely destroy the
sruse of smell and completly derman
the whole eyeiem when I tertag it
h ul h the mucoue s*rfaeee. Sweeh ar
tcite*s should nevr be aed except oe
I'reeriptlion from readable physlio
ans. as the damage they will do is tea
fold to the Nodw 1eS p-eamyb do.
rie from them. lel' Clar .
manufactured by F. J. Ob*c A A s.
luoleo, 0.. eoasala am ee,
o taken iternallyl, Ietag m"
t'oe the blood aU mnee-- i ai t-
ti. s, ef m. lIs gyilW aWS Or aft
urV he o re oea the ol. It
I* taken ar* Mserai m = TaTle.
du,. tqho, b r. .bemOa y O Te-.
tlonta>e free.
vd by druig. Prie tper bem-
rake HaI's l* PUIs tWo l.
, .11o6.

Theb siiy superintendent of
ebhool ort resondo county,in reply.
tp tb V 'ieresrm poked at him by
The fehool ,.'popent, very gracefully
Maiept all hal i-esaid, but still stick
to hJr text and Insists that in employ-
Iig traerllre as teachers he must know
sumethiB0 orftheir past history. We
admire ble Judgment and he certainly
will not haV any objectionable teach-
erS If he can avid it.

There is one tbing certain, and tbat
is that the people of Florida will have
to be more oareftl in selecting mem-
ben of the Legislature. or else submit
the meaorres brought before that body
to a 3omeinltea of investigation, be.
fore they come up for passage.

Those hoL-beaded Cubans have been
living so long nl pease and quiet that
they Jost cae't stasd it no longer and
there is trouble brewing. A house fill-
ed with rmns and ammunition wae dies
covered in Havana a few days ago.

F. L. Hffaker, who has made many
friends as secretary of the State Fair
at Tampa, will remain in that elly as
elty editor of The Times, one of Tam-
pa's hustling evening papers. Mr. Huf-
faker is a brilliant writer.

Fire is not so bad after all when we
stop to think of the suffering that hasr
been avoided by the burning of
4,000,000 worth of whiskey in a Penn-
ylvanila warehouse.

The Georgia politicians are having
Bacon banquets. They have got to
eoonomise if they keep it op until
election time, and bacon will do in
place of chicken.

The troops In the Philippine Islands
claim they should have bigger revolv-
ers to stop the Filipino rusbes. What's
the matter with having a few machine
luns? _

Key Weet elgar factories have a kik
coming on th9 lleense question. .A
factory tba has one man at work has
to pay as mueh u one that has a hon.

The eampagn is so warm In Gqorgia
that they af liatg the halls where
meetinl are hold with asbestos as a
protection against conflagrations.

the sso of the toothpick is public is
said to be a relic of barbarim and you
most hereafter piek a secluded epo t4
pik lour teeth.

The Keeley Inotitute at Jaeksonville
will be opened in time to catch a good
number of thoee who ar at she Btate

It Costs

To find out for a certainty
whether or not your heart is
affected. One person in fout
has a weak heart; it may be
you. If so, you should know
it now, and save serious con-
sequences. If you have short
breath, fluttering, palpitation,
hungry spells, hot flushes; if
you cannot lie on left side: if
you have fainting or smother-
ing spells. pain around heart.
in side and arts, your heart is
weak, and perhaps diseased.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure will re-
lieve you. Try a bottle, and
see how quickly your condition
will improve.
"About a y-r a I wrote to e
MSit Mr4l Cu advice. an
-s meneru t with trmub. la
had beoam r tw tr I d IMa
aI my r rt. la i d Gft" a med
had not b"wPe eMs to raw a *ep
ktbwth fe two y" A Uttle eaer-
tiS would C coue$attnd. ad I
ced was h anm aon witast
SkartOl IS mid ewt. wna t
erl. Lt th th th at s to
ue- kwath tt ISe111 4 o
WI 4gal makid Iit R" a t thl
teem 'tji Itg ^ o
b-o ea" t a

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M=ae MedkWlCoo hw asI
aswsremed~~~;1jL rr)eop measp. ))))))))))))))

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A ATMA, irM "MOA. tOMSA"M@ r
Until the drain on your system produce permanent dIablty Th. human
Sbthing machinery is a wonderful systa of tubes sad oeua To have good
S lth it must be kept in good order. A COLD Is oooaldfd of no impor-
tanae, gye it it was known by We prper name of -threAt Iladmmatlon,
Sor- co- eston of the lungs," Ito dangerous character d b appre-
ted. Wh a cold makes its appearana ue at amooe ere.
e SA which will pedily overame IL
SWHOOPI COUOH and CROUP Require Pompt Aotin. SNOW
LINIMENT applied to the throat and heet give wonderful rIef, while
Baklalds Horehound Syrup will rapid tte violent oamr s of
Si Maud Adams, oldthWall. Tex. wrl e:-I have used alud
n oreound SBrup ad find is the B m ST aedlaea fr oeou. oe ughs
solod My ohidren use 1it ns lIs plea a to ota and qideky owes
SAFE AND M SUE Three Sies, S, -sWc $1.00
Thecl area's yrevernas m-r earwmlb eas ke
J llard Snow Linimnt Co., S.Lo Ne...

W. - JOIITNSOBT, G-aiaaesvlle.

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If You Are Insured..

in a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correetly
Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company 0
Pay bosses Promptly

You Are Assured
That no serious los can overcome you without you have qsme

) Fire, life, accident and Hei th lsmune.
None but Reliable CompanJle Represented.

Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


Whiskis, Wines, Beer and Mlt.

EXPRIES PREPAI. Bulk Ueed-Jug Fre*-Je hrppiL.
Faull .QtMowes. Q 4 Qu Q 6 12 $1.60 Per w.bkm
HaumtamClub Rye..... .. IS 401 09 s 0Rye.GIs.C oodtroade.
Nolsos County Rye..I.. 5 U h I 13 o 6OD Per Gaboa
Moecaram Rye . .. . .. ID s $ 0 Re. GIs*. Corn. smi nr QMALt.
S a5Per GabLn:
H same's -44" .... . 8 00 910 Ry*e.Oin, Cona. BaUL. flstfor0them a.
Socal We" ....... .... 45 660 1300 K O Pw GWkM:
KatWbe ....... 173 0 0 '44"'1R0ye ach andAppe nd, MgfW.
Pose Bran SOD..... 04.... .. 3 Sao 9O o r ad byag .:
A ppsle IH*My ............ 375 goo 0 60 Victoria Rye, Socia [kor Ios re. Meadh~
nlau ta01 *-......... too 40 6 7 qualIty.
Geseve, tia - .- -. -1 sM o 9 s6 0 LUP ST. LoUIS BuY.. PWo.
Non caoI o Com .. $06 4 00 1 D &W Be
answo, Was ...... I fe 401 716 .~ R .. ....... .......~)I
a" AM _37 bo 91 .. ........ ...~ld .
oft" Mrsody I Th boo M&K~. ezr6 L s dark..
9OD ho Coburgr. import"...'
Kinr of Met7l Rforbo 7 bot 1 o om bwr ...i......
Anasoeess AUoweid onaA AD Good of am@ U. Bml.. i aSna I
Psi... Prices by the bbL On appilaeado

W. "L85ST. HANNE BROS.,.'cKnufl,

1&& 1. .aius", fresiHeInE H. T TAYLa. Oggle
0". W. Hir., Vies-Pmidess LGA*R RAM, Amt. CaW I


Capital .........................0.. 00o0ooo 0
Surplus and Undivided Profit... so,0000oo
Wavesa W~ a-" vum so o sw bo aa&*Sumg
sheC TAT I
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Bisf Happeaps From Vr s
Sectioni .of State.


Transpiring In '"The Land of Fliwqs."
Things "Boed Down" to Buil the
Busy Reade Ait4m of Interest to
All Classes.
Miami teamsters have organized a
Fort Myersb ha a new hotl--the
Pensacola is once more an open ipr:
-33 feet of water.
One of the six candidates for sheri:l
of 1)aval county has withdrawn.
Mayo is beoil filled op with ni,
people and the town is expanding.
The Palatka street railway is n,)w
after a new franobise to replace the
one lost.

Ocala is worried almost to death
lest they may be deprived of their
"thirst parlors."
The people of Pensacola want more
officers to stop the:thieving that is go.-
ing on in that eity.
James Osteen, who was convicted )f
manslaughter at St. Augustine, war
sentenced for two years.
generall Oillhrist has purchased a
large tract of land 'near Plant City,
and it is stated that he will cultivate
4The marshe around Apalachicola
are to be turned into rice fields, and
then the people of that section will
have oyster pilaus.
The munielpal election at Lakeland
Monday resulted in the choosing of
John F. Oox forlmayor and C. E. lc-
Mullen for eity treasurer and assessor.
Ten Obans who were arrested at
Tampa fo gambling gave fictitious
names, and when they were called to
give bail did not know who they were.
Oaptain Ballantine, of the yacht
Wild Rose ofiMiami, was severely
bored by a gasoline explosion on his
eraft, Saturday.Tbe: boat was badly
damaged by the fire which followed.
The Florida Confederate Veterans'
reunion n Is Jiwnville, December 18th
and 14th, will be an event in the his.
tory of the old soldiers. The sons of
Veterans and U.ID. C. are also invited
A Lake OlttInegrolwoman has sued
the Seaboard Air Line for $10,000. al-
leging that her feelingihave been in-
jured to that extentiby not being al-
lowed to minllelwith her white friends
in the boffe teoob.
A couple at DeLand was recently re-
married for thselourth time, having
been diereed on three occasion,. Is f
their frleads havelbeen liberal with
wedding prmemntthey should have a
good stoek of department store goods.
The yoaug ladilelo lUmatilla are so
loyal that they will not marry any but
the youna mea of their own town, and
all the yooammlsiha to do is to look
lovingly lalI thlirooping eyes of his
young iwswthl rtlaad "she's hiswen."
Friday, Nov. 4th, will be Veteran
Day at the sitetFPalrad it goes with-
out saying llhaheywilll have a big
time. The neallit tie "rebel yell"
willbe worth goilngmny miles to
hear. ]Eerly Cofederate Veteran in
the State sbokllM prs nt.


Whereas, t.1' v :e f ( ur ( ',-been Icc, 1
they have rcce:'i r '. iue'e been ledaiti
it come to ) L v kiii\ i: : 'i\hat to b(-,
Inasmuch nI-.i iwt-hrv st atc of affail
who rc' in rCc : !)C I : IT.nV iN the follo\\i..
\im~. cu C 2 2:I 'without oil..,
StI~kcec( in lc : : c 'C~s1.1 I ciui'icthe cnt2l
thc medicine.
flHIere I". 2 ''.''' \. 21 cure cccrv

cI ctr f t.
('-~":'I 1121 .fr rl..: he mre1 ta~r th1,~~.n this ? \''l,.I111
bor, rindsC' tL printed (,:I.~l~ (llr;r~i:.
Ftrt!, c11e ,f tIrt(i be a bles ,-iz i,!c: )is ci..
ut~~j jClIijCS i 'l.
1 Ill-' C \,C 2Wl111 1 h' b t1CS-. :I" to) you, andI it
id II US. IS thoLt o I :1(,e tiO11A h iicUgh not
1 ,A I N(fiicjc\,) i)\\*Lc it to yo cur t iiv. to) your
W e :\ 2 OU .rji lect e aI e'in nue od LiVer irC'il
1 )11 \"IIIthink \\Ce i 'tklifi4)1 rol1. tii lend our fl~uIV
:h,, new~l)apes, it w ddi\C(llnt kiV\INC)L to be n
I i r c1,r which it is piresirihed ? We certainly c,-
bors, friends and acq~uaintan~ces, t,) at'(TI't ouMW s
'111d J]U I iil)rons who need a medilixi eot this 6,-.
-u r (,tier.
All Run Down No AppetitesI yUP)'
ii ci IV"t uc h sce~p, caused by over-mvo:'k or sicknessi,

Debiltated--All Tired Out.
It i' not natural tt feel cOntinujly tiret l.

vig r to the tId!lilit.it'dl.
nml icy will be refundcti.

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If y) ,u d., nit feel well tr

Gain Flesh Get Strong. Y'o
Oil. Fat taken into the system does in it cre.
than any preparation containing grease. WV
creates strength. Try it on our guarantee.

Indigeton Dys~ pls.* Only those w'
life is robbed of all joy. It pr(xiuces many serious cor.
Relief only comes when a scientific remedy enables
There is no medicine that will do this so successfully

u can get I \' 'O lt t tiiay. dis;i- 'cbli' C,)l I.ik'ir
ate fat.Ve i k cclViI N( 11, it oIXflesh U Ic I, I
Ve have p .-,i 111 111.01), Citsus 0, at VI NOSL (1111(l lLl

Sctiut.ilv suffer n itte trrsors, for them
In.it tin andl enftechls the entire system.
the stlmad.h tio proiuerly assimnilatl tf)od.
s VI Ni)L. Try' it on our guarantee.

Old Peloll --WenoAk P p need .trengt lcning and in. igorating rehuilder. VINOL
is of exceptional value in such cases. We gi rantee : to give strength and health to those who
are weak and debilitated, from disease or old age. '1 it on our guarantee.
fPai Woumn- Pa I Oh .fI need a td : i-reconstructor that will create flesh and
make pure red blood. Pale, haggard faces show that tie blood is poor and thin, and also indicates
imperfect digestion. VINOL will correct such trouble' as sure as the sun shines. Children love
VINOL, it is so delicious. Try it on our guarantee.
Br-on h l -SOe LuLgs often end fata'"v unless specially cared for in its early
stages. There is no medicine more valuable for rest ting health to the throat and lungs than
VINOL. Try it on our guarantee.
nW O __I-OS. I-r d Ainbl y. Diseased nerves are due to over-work. insufficient
nourishment or slow breaking down of general health.. We guarantee VINOL to permanently
and effectually remove nerve affections; it actually rebuilds the entire body. Try it on our
OhlM#e Ools--ntilg Ooalil. Sure signs of danger ahcad. One might as
well commit suicide as to let them go unchecked. V IN()L is the very medicine needed. Unlike,
tther Cod Liver preparations, it does not upset the stomach, and is delicious to the taste. Try
it on our guarantee.
MrsAW i MAson- Wen M"heaI. If women with nursing babies who have
difficulty in keeping up their health and strength would take VINOL, we know ipoitively that
the best results would be obtained. You know the life and future development of the .thld
(Cplinds ulpon proper nourishment.
\\We take our reputation on this offer being genuine. You will absolutely be under no
ci ,i,.llti.n to us whatever, if after you have given VINOL a fair trial fur any of the above ail-
ment~' .itn have not received any benefit; you h.ce only to tell us i,, and we will return the
n: r :i' unlt .it money you have paid us.
u i see our faith in VINOL. and you jnut .dmit that we know something albut mred
S..;iref ,re. when we tell you that VINOL in the most valuable Cod Liver pr-lar.ation we
h, ,. ..r known. and a wonderful tonic.reconstructor and rebuilder of strength, apetile and
hbJ.:h, .I: the same time delicious to tiate, we are not unreasonable to zepect you tu twlieve us.




John swart. ageolored employee of )r..
a toroeati m e aimpOiDpont. was the I issolutiofn of Co-Partnership-Other
Tieti oef am Stlmpat as asaainDtioli NI Newsi l Personal Itema.
'ondayt light. He was lhis quarter
A r r e d o r id 1 N r - W J .J o n e s o f
wbhesme s- flled ooe of has legs Ar9tldsd" ,r ) --W Joste ofi
with bele,i rialg through the bak.- the firm of \',.c*.. A Jone is vletig
dooe. vWl t* to ithe hospital at .it. his mother at 'h rlnd.
\llogIm. IThe firm of \ r-.tic & ."weerllst a.
Sby mutual oe,.nt ei I dissolve part
Wesm'eat oer. r.ersbip sboit .e ;s of Iellember
Whie* On"e Vermifoge not only Mr. swerinrin *l..r timnuo helb bou .
till gges he ll e the moeot o ls as Kanapahl MIr nIabIle will
td eMe- In Wabh they build bshir make his reder."- s: *mpen C'iy.
eoatl M l tbrel ,e deqlekly. abelthy Evase lisa.I ** *.ed has land
e*-0ta ao ble,. where worms holding in iC r. y

ess Is SeI. W.rM. ob

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Ob0eeuote Na. a g u Cstofm. T. We. C.etaahlaogi Np. U-T. Irm
0111016L-ON. sliqu.'t and pronleam rw mf
gelaemo a MWeo- lumeare gSelr- the Ncusll of ominte atm Ih I1l141
al6l eod. eCe re iteteo to t41w pr.,s
NisaR V. Smith has aeepotWd a p0o- rat ae to ytod Is wvto e to tih
olikoo so priaeipl ut the L'loo iroe de"mand of thepwemwr I ao '
Sobool. te Ua of the Amal rON ue dsct"ed utom
Oosg Smith I.keeping thl oa lo s Maeodeta. Probably, owevor
and mamagiog tMwomn*@sr o9 theMthe Tteb wssrnaaat will nsak
Veasbie A tuesrIesef (Nmopay. further tGu W Se semt ro*,mdc,,C
). W lgglewth of I'nlmr k.n. o. e of the planbsreh 6nda'.vy ao
alms Wmeyers) O ees.. gInw a p eS *1U, I I wll. lg the fl)* T T rriva'
*ad will beesn wof on seo fue e o of the bcim hl ,& e beatat ormrwtoe
is a sebetimofe t Soly t Io hglnso ? Tarkt Ib ^rtaln

eon. I The eant grard rg and Of ir"I S.ff S.Whe Teesifen
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;-rts brlowDw Tw***A v ft
hprodocY .t there e
beet for ea rse Abaof r14@I
NnVS16ser" t .oZ,?r~rdw" np-I..,Q a.o N
S emson AI ts t t iC lamitwish;weee yea eb tat II u f

Tnohealth t o( 0.0 vuIfeailt1 Is per.14 Inkl weaI s" u $w% son ofpp,
fr-e -out a 94Iail e s ofe-( 0ta.'a *Br- Sep. E0s C IC h". Is vow* a -
oberg with a a M4104(itoil aim&e b is de iedtet. ad gnO
A eatt oe "d rc'louo' as" 11ILIN Pel f. Pemeo Aia nl j.1m
It. Kais j oud be ag-pirwe. P060" I &toan am I hes
MwT I- udm5pendwsa& ao"*en oI aof %bow
sm dyas M4 160('6~139 p -~ ple "00qw u66%4S" "m1runoui
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36mmor woo"
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beatepo fro m a est ev''.e a the
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And 8ollitor in Equity
Real Estat, Ooonyanoiung andtl t.u
eral Praotle. ill. .buslones promptly
attended to. Olo0 next door to Sun



Can ei ll your city property, (ia.
proved aidr uaniproved), phosphate,
truokini alnl farming lands. Bead bkl
a list of whale you offer for sale. 214ta

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and Return $4s75

Trieksts on tal.Te 10obelir 13. 16, 17,
30. 3U.34. 77 sad 3. I VI*inl limit
of mkwt. klioember 1 ,10
For foil i forusislas roasrd 10 she
aisv or #other rates. sll us Allealle
"ctUtI 1.100 e1s804 or write
Po~tsetPmeapi Agent.
jasawViloe Via. P

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NasvII1s R. Ris

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limnrllet valevt L'. Cwto
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R$IAIN itpi 1 M air.

'tary of Tresty Will Not Retlre

'. 'W"Islngqton, NW.; 2.--Secretary
; aw will realam W secretary of tae
tr'usrlS rl Pipid4gt Itooevelt' cab..
a' ~ut Uail the onclilon of the ap-
1 poaohlag aflfll of congress, and, per.
p bp, *or m-W s months longer.
It lI*i.w Understood In a tenta
ITO iit Secretary Shaw Intended
r'e. lto f the cabinet after the firdt
4 d W*satry, If, indeed, .ie should not
I44 ld to rellpquiah his official
j Pes before that time. He himself
"'i* the auority for tali statement.
:, tood generally that he de
.Ff ts4eave the cabinet with a view
o a0 water freedom In promotUn his
q Idacy for the Republican preildei.
hadlt nomination In 1898, although the
secretary himself never announced hls
Intention to be a candidte.
President Roosevel and Becretare
Shaw had a conference last Febrary,
in tae course of which the secrEtary
consented to remain at the head of the
treasury department for another year,
by which time he would have complete
ed a full four years' term In the office.
It waSe bsquently to this conference
that Secretary Shaw let It be under.
stood that he expected to retire from
loficial life next February.

Life ofteh seems too long to eman who suf-
fers from painful periods. The'. al bearing-
down, headache, backache, leuce nervousness,
dizziness, griping, cramps and smilr tortures are
dreadful. To make life worth 11vin take

Woman's eit I-

It quickly relieves Inflamrtlon, purifies and en-
riches the blood, strengthens the-constitution and
permanently cures all diseased conditions from which
weak women suffer.
It Is matchless, marvelous, reliable.
Atall druggists' In 1.00 botmes.

Wl UA =A alT ref, 'n ar
A4,I M ISMWrll.wwM t
-* m i ow- amwems). L ruIlef* A-
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Patrick Wants a New Trial.
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 28.-Another
phae of the Patrick oae came before To Retulte Railroad Rates.
the court of appeals when the attor. Washington, Nov. 22.-The senate
neys of the man who stands onodemned committee on interstate commerce will
for the murder of WIIllaM M. Rice, meet today to begin the consideration
asked certain technical rullngs whici of legislation relating to regulation of
will faclltate their appeal to the su- leginlaitor relating to the regulation
preme court of the United States. The or railway rates. Some of the ine.n
orq*r upona hlch the argument was b n of the committees will not lie pres-
band directed the district attorney of ent, being delayed by 111 health or bus.
New York to show eaube why the re- int i4 engKa.ge lenti. The meeting of
alttur of the cae should not be amend. the committee, two weeks In advance
ed to maow that the court of ap- of th. opening )f congress in to consid.
peals bad denied the defendant's oon. r the$ testimony taken last spring
tentIon that hi conviction violated the and also the ildditlonal data whloh ha.

federal amendment In that It deprivdI
him of life and liberty without duts pro.
Snes of law. The court reserved de.
S elateoo.
I A Disastrous Calamity.
It Is a disastroom calamity when you
S see your health, beuase Indigestion
1 rand eonptlpatlon have spped it away.
Prompt relief en be b ad in Dr. King's
oNw Life PIll% They build niu your
dllrtive organs and oure headache.
s1,rio, eoli,. 'aonetlpatlion, etc.
S m ed at aild rugl storms Se.


Central 0ity Bazar

Dry Goods, Notions,
Racket Goods.......

OAKE8 and PIES-Fresh
Every Day.
tear a.tres*ae Islelltd.
..., i.. e

tCallseml s la (oelasl a Feature.
Everything in Heason Oooked to Order

CO(FFEE the Best.

1to We Nat slltrie. 1.


A. HElL & CO., ,..
Of All DeMrtlswpUe

Sol Agens lforBiAs NUI a.d rOVgtR
U8lN QtAUITY hrbos Every
pair warmfItd.

1. learssG,

0 0 AllotI

been gathered by experts nine the
committee eeauced Its hearings.

Slugglish LivIr a Foe to Ambition.
You cannot accomplish very much
if your liver is inactive. as you feel
dill, your eyes are heavy and *liRht
exertion ehaultal you. Orino Laina-
tire Fruit Syr al tiulatts the liver
and bowels a makes you feel bright
and active. Orinu Laxative Fruit
lyrup does not nauseate or gripe and
very pleasant to take. Orino is more
effective than pills or ordinary other.
tics. Refue substitute. J. W. M1-
Collum & Co.

., c .t y r. L it' e.

da ma beig A .a rNnt of a
IIil\% r4rtly ui Jl i,oii. Te un t 11 ovtr
a Il llnlcl r t) lwI'lt d lhaflo.h 1ll11 ,
(). Rynllm wa< almost Instantly kill !
by th fall and Warner Bllackard, with
whom he was sutffllnx, was palnfully
but not seriously hurt. Both the
young men were sons of preachers, the,
diad man belin a resident of Jackao
and Illarkard livee at Paris

For ileta asa OlUr.

Bears the
Bigaturo of 4 W

To Build Meel-Lined Tunnel.
UIe Anrela., Cal, Nov. |3--The I
Ion jlK-trlc opaIIIny of this city has
just c(lked a contract with a San F ran-
clsa" company for 60O tons of steel lia.
Iag of the aour prewiure tlunel of tbe
I ithii mpiany on KIe''n river. The
tnnoel is I hi f.tw In leInth and sever
feet. 6 inches in diameter.
Best Linement on Earth.
lsury 1) Haldwin. dup.rinend.at
('.ly Waierwork Lhulltbursr. Wi,
artie: "I have tried many kiadso
lminllenl. but I hare nefrr rewlved
mn eh benefit until I used Rallrd's
t .,w I.nilmcat for rhejmattmro and
|pas I think it t he l bet oli1meat os
rarchl ~Se, 6t.4 ad $1 S lk by W.
W Johabeon.






Fitz Webster's Newest


A Fares Comedy Brim Full and
Bubbliald Over with Mirth and Music-
"Sunmehlng Dolog" All the Time.

Presented by a Suj erior
Company of
Comedians and Pretty Girls!

Referred Sitas on Sile at \W. W.

Paradise for Hunting and Fishing

Tl botel Ia sGer w mw naseeembt am
win oll Oel0"a IM, Ier ewist-er. IWe
osau turkey a=Ima .. 220"It BM ud
boftta for as1--ll of seeM g uleU*
for buaate aiti parties.
MRS. WULa LA6. PRtopieor.
UIatr OC. U TT Co. nLA
I ---r--- 9

S.L. Rainm '& Co.
Ruecesas as 4Mae A 00.

Secka, (*tten, 6Et*S Jwrfwo.
Room t. Riselltee ltIs.
112 Wes *ay &ueOLe.
rrtate Wire w rh to l emsi l C ev
ter. ie .11TM
Irer*a*: *I A iAK AD TRUST

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Effective N

2 Vestibele TrAiau East Ye. 84 N.. N

Lv Jacksonville.. .So. Ry
Lv Jesup ......... 8o. Ky
Lv davannah..... .So. R
Ar Columbia......~So. Ry
Ar Charlott.....So. Ky
Ar Greenaboru.... So. Ry
Ar Unp ville........So. Ry
Ar Richmond.....So. Ry
Ar Lynchburg. .So. Ry
Ar Charlottesville Sa. Ry
Ar Washington... so. Ry
Ar Baltimor .. P. R. R.
Ar W. Ph'del'ia P. R R.
Ar New York ... P. R. R.


9 104a 7 560 LV eo G, Fla.... So. hy.
114(ia 1040pu e. a...... y.H
120p 12 04, o A# ;a ...........go. j. "".)a
665p0 6 0% AV Ga .......... so. iiyy. 5L
IOAP 9 bk G GAo............SO. .7j
1 Ift 12 Up G .G ........ y. S ro. R 26a
22L %21oust, Tenn. .6o. Ry.
64 A it Ky ......Q 0C. 52up
r nsi.0......&C. 7 40p
618 6 LOPUs i ti....... Big Four p
9 50s 9 AOP i b II1.......Big Four-710
118%112*Ip Lvrnft.r 0....:.Pa Linca-8 36

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4 18p


No. 84-"New York and Florida Ex-
pres." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jaeoson-
villet;o ew York. .
o. 80--Washington and Florida
Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing
Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to
New York.
Thnreh '"The Land of the ky" *o. 0
LvJacksonville, Fla. ...So. Ry 755p
LvT avannah, Ga...... .8o. Ry 1215a
ArColumbia, S. C....... o. Ry 00)a
Ar Asheville, N. C......So. Ry 1 50p
Ar Hot Springs. N. C....8. Ry 87p
Ar Knoxrille, Teno......So. Ry 600p
Ar Louisville...... ..So. ky 860s
Ar St. Louis........... .So. Ry 456p
Ar Cincinnati ...... .. & 0. 8 15
No. 80-Daily Pqllman Drawing
Room and Buffet Sledpsg Car between
Jacksonville and Cincinnati.

Excellent Dialig Car Service.

Ar OChijro Ill.....'. P1 Lines

L, OuA~wsti ,0.:... C. B &D.
Ar Obie**. III .......... Moon
I'v Otwirari,0..m H f. & D.
ArTolodo,.0. ...... 0.H.& D.
ArDeirois, Nich..........P M.

Lv Oinoseloat, O...... Pa Lines
Ar Pisberg, Pa........Pa Lines

Lv eOietasat. 0 .....Big Four
Ar Oteve d, 0.......Bin Four
Lv Lezxino n, Ky.......8o. Ry.
Ar Loaulsille, Ky.......8o. Ry.
Ar St. Looui, Mo........o. Ry.

7; ia
8 O4p
7 23a

9 O6p

- 3-0

6 45%
5 30p
8 lop
7 82a

Ar AonItion, Ala .......So. 'y. 9 40
Ar Birmingham, Ala....o. Ry. 11 45a
Ar Memphis,Teno......Frisco 8 06p
Ar Ksatau Olty Mo... ..Friseo 9 4
Memphis, Tena................ 30p
Hot pringe, Ark................ 920
No. 18-"Tbh Florida Limited."
Daily. Solid jetibulo train, through
day ooaohes and Puliman Sleeping
Car, Jacksonville to Cineinuati.
No. 10-Pollman Drawiog Room
Sleeping Oar between Jaeksonville
Birmingham, Memphis, Kanias City
and Colorado Springs.

Erom New York, Washington, eto.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim-
ited," 9:00 a. m
From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 88, "Washington and Florida Ex.
press." 8:20 p. m.
From Cincinnati, Aeherille, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim-
ited," 9X..0,. m.
From Ch*Iern, Cincinnti. A tlanta, ptc.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited,"t:la5 m.
J. C. LUSK, Ulstrlet PatseCger Agent, 108 W. Bay St., Jaekanviill, a.
8. H. HAnnwtc, P.T. M. W. H.TATro.G.P.A. BaooXMMoaus. A.G.P.A.

Florida East Coast Ra.Iy.
ai ;~ICS~y

Local Time Card No. 62.

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et, 19, atg~wves ohat e l
Miss Tebeau's O'ekhltuders ofmb.KFAsstFte4s
ithoup (. Company 1w l bow a of
110f. 10 0016"iliv, Fk*WI tat tht
Boarding&u of vuifto ierebeMo.
alsick from Five TheauadDlftmr
Day School to i'voetyemrs rTmmo4 wiv Imi.l
o. at the maw time W Owea woo
w i Ibe tabgfto t headeptiem of&a
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L AbldO4 I0lmNe- w One I' lth' Which :tst
iowiled-lO 041Pbe tUelems. Verr Mo .lhIll
t as much 6eie .ued to, but oc S:.:: l';,y
ly even b e bears of siiin I tri' .: ,irt v sin,,
Ier accompulled by the ancient. tai', IL., ; 'y i,
cannot be done bOW. "!" ,
pot so lMnny years ago it was qu:! : i" l fr
only asserted that mode:n work- r,,. : '\il .
could not quarry or, having iu-ir- v., .
.could not handle stones as h rL. ir." i', i :.,e ,
the monollth of Egypt, u1nD tin.' ~,1 nI- I1!, .im ,,Itt;,
writer has beard a public speaker if tLt Ir : l,1 I,\v1. I
gte assert that It would be imposib;,:, r.ol : Il. ,. f..'i;l:
handle with modern niplemn-, : i. x ,,.. *1,,. ;,
gcb large stones as were used In til ir:ik ;1,. \\.ltt' ,iro.
pyramids or to join them as l,'rt'ti: ,:. .. ,, r ,. .I
a they are Joined there. Yet. whn. .. \fr i tl
I4slon arose, larger stones than any if ,,it ,
the larger monoliths themselves \r, Ir l; .: f,,:. \ .d a i,
transported not only to the sea, li!t :1 :y I-, ..'* .1 ,'.i ,;. \
cross It, and erected In u .aiinl. rI : ,, I:,,
France and Amerly, and there are ia- l .
divlduals today who might, if i'y .._:, ;VTw '. ." Il..
cbose, cause the transportation tii l iIi- i ,,. th
erectloI In thli country of the IhrL,,.-t t,. i, ,,:i,,,;
pyramids or build new ones tern ti!ii,, l,:j' ,,, irk
larger and more durable. PIyr;ni ;,,
are not being generally built nowlNix ,:,, 7
because they are not in line with th ,, i ,
trend of modern ambition; that's all. ,;, t w ,, ;, ,n
It is very doubtful If a "Danrni-ii, ", .
blade" would stand half as sver ,, ,, ,, i ni
usage as a modern band sawH ladi or ii ', '.ii,,,
even as much'as the spring of a forty tl I .nt.
cent clock, while the ornanientatinii,< :i:., ,,,,,
of those wondrous blades, so far as ; : :thnl in' tr
mechanical execution is concerned. c:In i., 1 i ,,, \ i: i.n "
be excelled by apprentices anld a;u__
teurs of today. FLAG
Of the "loet art" of hardeniniz I"T-
per little is heard of late years, h!iminc Rnle, lThui .I .ePrn Ih
one occasionally bears a wiseling fral i tihe,. %a.nnl in
the wilds wlah that he knew how to id, ''o,,, g ,\,.r il.ni.t realii;
It as well as the ancients, and while it th', , ,,.:h of :(
Is perhaps regrettable that he doesn't I, ,. i g '.,.. i b disl
bi Ignorance to his own fault. lu:ist ,l .i oe i vy.
Many arts and devices hiave:' it.n li :i,, i,,,ry ,,f tlih. sold
abandoned because new kIn> ]h. :, thi,.r I:,,v" uiinii t ilt
has made them useless, and tinel sli't y pMet ~rinl day.
in redlacovertng them would be w.'r., 'i itr.i st ntte's di:l'htys it
than wasted. The modern youth th;l ;iT ait all :nrm potst,
much better spend his tiule studyin n. : I,,r ,, m (..ter,.-s from
the art of his contemporaries than that ni iiiyiv. Ilirini.llatelyv b
which is "lort."-Selentiflc Anierlani. rdirt,,' i1i ,1:1 v t,'iv tihe

Keep TYel Moral Mental and I'hbs-
Seel Isebhlery Worklng.
The machine that lies Idle is far
more liable to Injury than the machine
that rona. *
Air and dampaes do more damage
than wear and tear. Iet the machine
remain Inactive awhile, and the coat-
nl formed by -the corrosion soon cov-
ers the brilgt metal and the parts be-
come stllf ad cranky.
A man neglect the working parts of
" hi body. Normally these parts should
be exercleed. He Indulges his members
la Idleness. Whatever vitality and
working for e they may have had
when In continued use, neglect cniau-rs
the machinery to run stiffly. It is the
A man may neglect to exercise his
working brain forces. He lnmay blve
ever so quick a mind, but if lie dits'
not 0an hIl mental machinery the rust
of idleaeao is eon over it.
A ma may neglect to use the moral
fortc that ft In him. There Is a
weakelng somewhere. 'he nnachne
letl doWB. Ad 00on the pnrts arn
Wheg the primary or the convention
or the balI t bo, working parts of giiv
ernment are egecwed the rust <,-i
lects .R Imachinery works poorly. It

Keep y ody working without
frictlII by spatmatle exercise.
Ka JT ol gi bright by using It
Keep yo toel eleln by working it
And *o tr raeety nine-tenths of its
evilS a e asmd by the Idlenese of its
neceveary working part. Chlicago
A @- be*at Altsre4 Uiato*-
After the faltl/ Anne Boleyn tihe
pop reIpared oeerftre of rw ccill
tlo s eo araI e lb King Henry M~111
that ha IIrted o accept them. A
rpreIt e was seat tromD Romer
with the -dhp e adad when within
a day's )grm ftroiru Oialas his rerw
east a ma uM Je lame. As It was 8
favortl tbe mn Ieager determlDlne to
Vait a day at e por animal mintbt
r' sadtri er. i day the o r a
S$as r iiad, bo *q@ te day that LMi-
'oa wy I otd Iry hId bean mar-
rtld to Ju* Jaw mr, a Protestant.
Atam*e hdi be b^eaed saad all bhse
Uf rernaH wit tme pepsey was
at am ea t A "e m ge bad thus
S hanged bow or 211a0t 1b' BNrb
A sameMed *******
t"I e to a rdrard aeLsr t oae
5d a bwhe& sal I wa helptag a*

imiu-lr, nri l thel' ntionual s1
t% inie guns is fired. .kt
of thli-s inuim, rial tribute
flie Is hoisi'ted to, the to[
tril remin;iis there until
id.ia is that the national
sn:'reil a t object to be lo
Ing for Haiy inin or numb
unIatter how exalted their
The flag reversed. wi
down. indlrntes distress.
anything Ibut a fort actu
should never lie displayed
net and uiinirtse.
When the. fnlag to be
half mamt It is lowered to
from the top of the staff.
to tihe tolp b'f'cre it is fina
Waahsington lsI',t.


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A Good HomelS A.B o .A. D
Air Line Rai:-.av
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i 1 !n. Forid, : frnir Savannah, Columbia Camden, Southern
:.\ ..,,n. Fioridar t, ,. ,: r~

i1 R ck Roli l P of
yo''d liwi'nock L~and, a i % r, daud
in c'Sl '.tti a Bert, n ii nrm or-
anr't- I r All guod Iv i zk I ud,
f1 t ~ d6- .llit.g and olher ',i?.oA o n
the jitn i. All going i R? !:r
A -, Y, $2500m.00

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IdAINE~JILLE, FI.(,t~l I 1.

The Florida

Frii afrd Truck (;rower
L. J. B XBTI Ei tor .u1, IP'rop'r,
S One Year. .............. l.0,
SinglRe c im.i.. .... 10

A handsome ly illustrate magalin
devoted ta % ally to the irltrests of
the fruit a vegetable Krowers of
A special I I subecrti '-n of isx
months will be ent on recvilt of 25
cents Stamped ea.

iNtei lit half ---

iers AACHUA C T111o
civil war. oni
iachi year the Alahua oountl is ~ 4i) acres in
s tlgiK at half area. has 248 les railroad, 9U1
stations anti miles wagon rd. It poioti(mne
sunrlse until 123 public schaolI, 2 phosphate
before noo lants, 20 saw mIlls (5,t0 court
ef.re noon a house, five newspaper.. and pro-
liand or field duhces corn, cotton, rice, sullgar,
alute of twen- oats, rye, potatoes, pii applese, or.
the concluslou angen, peaches, pears um, pe
at noon the anes, and all kindsl l vegetables,
i of the staff
sunset. The
ensRgn in too ainesville the Coury Seat
ing in mourn- Has fourteen lcurches, two public
er of men, no schools, the Universlly of Florid,
rank. private schools, three newspaper
th the union United Statea land oflce, the beat
* The flag on water, flre alarm system. elstril
ally betlow and Igas u hl, two (le fttorlee,
SbetW en msuehloe hop. three woodl fealt
Iwris ,n- is, eotton ginis,. two mos ft etoriese,
three railroads, two fertilllsr maso
displayed at uflaetring ootpalnes, one Iber
D that position manufteSory, oe retifylong tar
It Is hoisted petine plant, two banka. and well
Ily lowered.- stosked stor embralg esier,
thing Ia the sioma rclal line

Havanlm Were m soked I Parts -
Loan Amo a s 181
Whirn wa.er cilars first smoked? Ac-
coriling to a1 rench authority, the weed
In thiis sh:ae 's a not Introduced Into
F'rinne' t::1 ils' return of the Frencb
nrmu frinm sip..in In 1%21. Thnl fact lq
oni tn' unwl'r'3i oi f HIIllppilyte AUi er.
t!i.- !r:irr. i. :I;lthor, whu writes thus
11 1 I :', 0ll -
'" ,r r' I'roIn Paris' was by way
,f ( l,-i I)in the rute we met
quilt fri.' x s <,li'e'r rcturnlng from
I,, Ii II :, ge.iinerally cigars In
th' r in, i''- i t"i' hablIt. lace IQ-
o'it g', n'er l'rom this linut ,f view
bth cai.; ', "f I..'3 hadi the gnod
fi.nrn' a : it ff e.tflll'bllng a new
l,rnr ih ,.f '.rt trade "
Al!t f. ibw er, carri s
t. M' .k tH.e *' '' r t) a sllibtly

urliltr ,
The itlin .1 '
NPrXiti n.i

1ncat' er
to ester to,

s- mu ~ rt of In.
ici, Er.'lng to a"
it'vin er of PratPrts.
I .:' i Ira ncrlcln)ii co
R a iiis cigar
V' 4...Uj4 at that. time
.tnitll eItenllm to
1.1aartlil n lk n t
I U ha'. l W3 roful
.f 1,10 rulst(ureT

werLogImE he0o6d Uas.
-Too out 11in 011er U luglgibh
cone 01, t
''trret' I *e *-~ :~'~ ;-kn I er with
bIm)n(*, T: !41r 1te last si
afrolj(nbo 5lId &-" 11'r aliU fel"
L:ke be b4.b' :, --,"i I pusIONwA frm
I ask blMai II 1. IProt


Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fancy


Job Printing


Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal BlaIks on Short Notice.

Te olloowlM leiur from en of 'r
mai order elsliri e i wll esplas-.
S LoslviUle, Kyl Feb. I, 7.13.
B H. XM" .
usrt=. Fla.
Ilser t: or<* lived the prvl-a
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Baltimore, Phila-

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Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only I4inoi Operating

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlesalri

For fiNO! inforrasion and wlveptr feviervatolnsl mall on any mg.s Smalbosra Of
write A. 0. 14ACIMINlII.. 0. U. IOYLON. Ju
Apqt. Goherall flasserner Ag*'ut. P r~ger Astit,



Jacksonville and Now York,
Calling at CHARtLESTON. 8. 0., both ways.
The nlaest status l ii, tie Cuthwie S ilee

The Clyde New England and 8outhepn Lines
Direst Service Hetween JACKSONV IL fOUT6a1d
PROVII)ICKNOR ad All Utstee no
Calling as Obarleeton both wVb_
B3833Ih&-W3EEEMX Lr"Y SA C3 8
Southbowid..... ............. .... ....... Fr omtf 1A baffil
Northbound .................From Foot ot Osasulue IL.. 1skbQV

Clv&. St. Johns Rmvr LJim
Seppisng as Patlata, Astor, l F. usme, Seresford (DeLea), and aIslmadlem
Landings on St. Jha" River; eommensmng Wedmooday, November LA. 190.
A re appointed to nil a follows: I-ave JaiskoavBllse dsI es*gbA
dals, at3:80p. m. Returning leave KSnford,.daily ezeepsi NWW&#ATG s,.
Leave I .. ...J........... . .A inveT ts a
Ist pm Psatk ....... .............lusI Ss"000
1,00 am........ A ...... A.... IlA ps
4 e aaso..... ... .. f t"L. F M........ I .."....... I1u00 m
..I...... se tord Wtrp ) 0........... 11Opa
Airrive 10 amt .......... ...... ka~r ..,....... .... I1soas
v 11 oua. ,a -i oe. r...m. trfleer.mw..., .~~~_J
W. a 6&t$&3 u r srarruwry~
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Take The Atlantic Coast Line

viL u _IS Too
Dope Doe r 40L one" aIrI

Rapid Transt and Uusurp~aied Srvbif
fue Table l I e@est April 1, ISM

Depan V GI MY fEIMl Anltoo
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ImL &est*1iss eew oi

Parsb,16hi Jaessswu. lipst
NWorth, test "As WId WDult
..w~pU 810hpowlp. Waysa, "Wr86e11s. $ p
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ippneddaid What Is Ooing
STld In Short Paragraphs
" "He Who Runs May Read"

S5tlIe' warm coats at J. Manasse's.
'. nse Joice for sale. J. N. Bone.

]Wle calling oardsoa latest Ityies
At n office.
S Fine Jersey cow for sale. ApApfo
J. R. Emerson.
"A Breesy Time" is predicted ot
next Tuesday night.
A. T. Kelley left elterday for Taim
S pa and the State Fair.
Order yoof Ohristmas frolt oakes
; ow. Keystose Bakery. dtf
re and beautiful are the ladies'
atsekt atl. Manasee's. Reduoed in
Rev. J. M. Deveneau left yesterday
for Ward City and other points on
S bosIDios.
Major W. R. TThomu left Tuesday
nlght for Tallahassee, where he went
on important business,
J. M. Lane of Now River was in the
i: lty yesterday on businas with the
United Statee land ofoe,
For Sale or Exchange-A large num-
bor of horses. Cheap for sash. Call
on Huoter & Edwards. d8twlt
A Furnished room to rest on bloek ad*
joining quare. Gentleman tenant
preferred. Apply at Sa 8 offie.
Mrs. 8am T. Dell left yesterday for
Starke, where she will visit her pa.
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks.
Turpentinelease for sale at this of.
S ee, 50o perdoso, $8 per hoadred.
Cash mat osompany order. dawtf
SD. E. Goa4n of Pafrnki, superior
tendent on *b Chab sipaval *sores
S form, a trttraUeti( blasnesN In this

,Roeward-I .WI pay $60 reward for
apprehenrlon aed totaietlon of party
or parties who ma Ulted my Irrigating
plants. John M. Flewellen.
S I you havi prolrty and want to sell
It, ee Orr & Steabuarg. If you want
to buy, It would pay you to see the
also, as tePy hdae some delrable sitee.
ha.'"W. )Yell of Alahusa was
bf i'lo isles_ visitors to the
eeo ty eapite yesterday. He reports
Alasbus In thr asual prosperrous oondi-
S' tion.
NTow i not a day too soon to buy a
jacket. Every lady should call aad
Seo them at J. Miaase's. They will
be sold cheaper thy can be bought at
any other store.
We hare on eale a earload of mules
and a oload ol horee. We guaran.
tee oU: stoek abd refund purchase
Spriesay tirH witbhi tea days if same
Ss not satisfatory. W. R. Thomas.
C. Smith, a promised t business
Sman of Ooals. Is atelbdig eooert in
,: ihl oiy. Mr. Smith l aalo latereted
in a business way here, being eocoeo-
ed with tile ialneeville sewlag Ma-
ivc hine Comipany.
Roev and Mrs. W, M. Strout, the sew
Second Advent minister, are now oeon.
Spingi ro Pm* with Mr and Mrs. 0. 8.
Bailey iu North (aineIville. and the
reverend ti ntlerman has entered upon
ble duti. as pa tor
SMiss Tritesot has installed in her
eeho.il a halndilnnc n'rw Chehkelrin
piano, Ihir work of the school dtolsid*
S9nr sa'me l is on- of lhr rladuml in.
strurnrens of ir rid,. t oreisilt an
S tinil to th, eonaceMion ,f Msfn r
L in this city Ihre, will Itw no mieet g of
(>aiwe.rtll- lodge No a Il I' 0). lR .
k tntimht The next rtgulnr nierttugR
will t-r he ld Thursday everling of neI
e w-ek, l'hen eerals o>dlda *.e will be
4ak-ln uver the hot eatds of FlkduoI.
\\'hle SalcIitor Calhoua hlft. b;n
vwth the gratd jury. Jude SyJ I..
(rter has bsns condueting the crim-
lal prlcutiLins In the oppre root
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Hard wood for sale in oar lots. J.
H. Holly, Arredondo, Fla. dO
M. F. Hope, a planter of the Hapue
section, was trading in th'e ohlt y'a

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ILE. i

J. E 3Her of Roehelle wa trad-
Ilg tlaIW~ yesterday.
Peri' Oo.lw. has retsored from a
brM sltrlp o West Flnnda.
A*.- *-M ^L .. - . _

aay. S. eMI1 or nlgoe was wrns-
A. Z. Atkins, a prominbi a oIm of asttlighbotn in th city yesterday
Sltrke, was registered at the Brown Mr. od n.J. A. Toeker of oRe
House yesterday. shell rwiamoug the visitors to thl
To keep away pneumonialbuy one on f eity jearay.
those ladies' jacket at J. NManas's. 8. 1. Weits of Grove Park was
Going at a radostoi, amoe beb inesu visitors So Gdines-
Anyone havuleg .9y or country prop. Wile ysrlieamy.
erty for sale may al&y to O&rr & ten- Be r tims a poliem!p for 'ote.,
burg, Gainesvillea, t tloes m.the *arm Jackets at~ Ma.
We do not defy sapeolpeNtf bet ** n*lbae' ite. S y lady wmrast o
vite i apaetlo and gaitr O Ate qsok~ M eu. W.IA Bill aI happy
aad priMe. W. o asfyralof aae boy 4 their
The a.loeor ,xpfi Utgae ite beater li" l.mat. e x ngratuls-
you willlbe pladse it e lad Ie .
warm jaele U at MS *o i H Ol Aigs aoo of the Sea-
Oapala A. Paul, apeOMl ogento of 'the b d Air La, wish beadquartls in
United 8tate lad ue*ilik i gone to In the eity ya ter-
West Florida eon ola bsmie. day on a sfneMa.
8, R. Obhi, te dW r nrepateat* B. Dlrle, a promailel yonoax mer.
tire of (~b Oabwl Oomp6 1, lef ,yPer a obaM of Bagoa, was la t l ty ester.
dar'fo PalatIhla ol h atremsof his day. Hee m ena rooted to Tampt,
firm. where he willU Vis tbe*i t
Ladlsa of good tate wii appreelate Misso Oelsutse a Stock-
thoed ile jacks, ad tha priea aaIo, artn havt'renoed Iro'q tended
atsL MInse e'. They will be sold at trip to polat In Mich Oanada.
lowest prioe. Beem. Frlads are delighted me them
W. B. MeKlnstry has retarsed from home. .
Kaospasa,whenr he has boep Qo a Wade Thomas of e ha was in
hootlag ljaut for the pas few days. tbe ley yesterday. r. Thomas
He reports game plentiful In that seeo brought aine bales, of b from his
toe. ewn famo o markets were sold to
W. E. Bell of Trsetoe, member of D~6 too &0ospan.
the firm of Wade & Bell, extensive Remebaer youa an rk a horse or
orouota and railroad contractor, bee a m le bought of W R. Tbomas tea
been lbtbe oty for the pas two day days and retora hi petting every
on baealn, sent of your money| ak If not atis-
Moaroe Veaible of Kanspbha was a fed, but we do not fy competition.
buinees visitor to this siy yesterday. W. R. Thomas.
He is a member of the frm of Vena. Warranty deed mortgage blanks
ble & Swearlsan, manufacturers of for sale at this ofl o the form oed in
naval asore.. Alaebha oonty lobih eave money in
Mrs. L. nosh has gone to Lake. recording. $ p, hundred or 60o per
land, wher bse'will be the X t of dotse by mail. !Cash must accompany
Mrs. George Dudley for a few days. order. dawl /
Before restoring she expected o visit Frendi ofJ T. Manning, chieelerk
the 8ate Fair at Temps. in the oAle the Seaboard Air Line,
When you want a pleasant physic wil be g*i learn thee be Is out
try Chamberlaln's Stomaeh and Liver agai, after aving been confined for
Tablets. They are easy to take and several days with a lame foot, canoed
produce no griping or unpleasant ef. from sa Inlrowing nail
foes. Sold by all druggits. The Athatle Ooast Line offers a rate,
For Rale ot B zeange--Desirable Ghiliefvll to Tampa and return, ae-
hotel property In Obhieao. Fine loca. -ouns t 1ra State Fair, of $1.75, tick-
tlon. Party deasres to cope to Flor-. *e Op ate rom the 18th, good to re.
Ida, asdullwllll or *zebha e fb Fior. trn after the fair. Titin leaves
Ids property. Address 174 Oakwood, CGainesvilli t 2:15 p. m., daily. See
Chicago. d6w2 J. A. Ooodwin. i.et agent, for per-
Tille Roose, formerly of this eit o telka .lle
but now reading In Jacksonvlle, was Jobhn U eeon ofJacksonville,
spog the visitors yesterday. Mr. who be baees a s lag the past few
Rous Is leonneted with the Mallard- day as the oiM Ifloe hmnestead, Ka.
O'Donald Company, phohlesale proren, aipaeb, arrid In the aity yesterday
In tbe opaely of travellng aleeum apd will vistit riomd here for a day or
Mih lova Ross, a elarqo g oungn two. Mr. Bu eon retains that same
lady of Daytons Ohio,se ib ielty for ieal disposition which made him so
s few days, a guest obor Ifriend, Mrs. p*lar here.
W. E. Dow. Min oA eopeet to Orval Wateo, J. J. leaver and Ray
spend the wina r in Miami. Dorln Did of RIsdevdl, W. Va., have ar-
her stayhe e ere has made any rieIa *he iy from Anthony, and
friends. ;peo t to nraa bhre for the winter.
S. Thees l geloatsleel formed part of the
SA i wllih b NllNI here several days
READ THIS. &, bet pro--dd to Amoy. So
Cl.,,axeva, dx on 01. fara thy hay e men, they are well
Dr. E. W. Hall, Los, Mo., Der p ad withville and is see-
Doetor-Is is with pk p e so bat I ree. tl h
o Itmend your Tuea wonder for kd. the noee o f the party M the
ney and bladder tablee, a my wife residence of Mr. sad Mrs. J. W. Me.
aad myself have both oeed ist ei C Oo.llm, whebl appwad In yesterday
perienerd woderel ref from its aoaln'*s 8a, the Item menoaled
use. ms Baar. that male wae f"ralehed by "n." J.
-- I F. Plitoo wheo It should have read
A TEXAS WO OUE. "Mr." Jame, *e.ot*leaant -har-
One small bottle t* Tea Wa me. t t as J. W. OlUm & Co.'s drg
der, HIal'e Ohmt Dioer, er 1 stor besides be a elferr pleanst,
kidny ad bladder h o -sad be Iufosto eSa that "Mrn." J.
gravel. om e dabe tes. iaal eir le-. y o Yllad.
aae w era a-. I fm .Elesmbegf at Svanah, one of the
it and all lrregloris flr e e h id. eleweet sal s em eeeftl eoa-
My. aand bladder Ia besa'- -r cIal N ile iHn i ne to Oeale-
senim, tr stee bladder trembls tI vtile, easele seew Bon*e yeter-
hilMnma It snot mUd by teer de dg, day. Mr. U thas b eesa for eev-
w. be at bP-al o re twpo or I. e ,la ySa. M to TThe Sea ad
Oe mallJI bol*u ie two meats' -o en eese "a ms-lt- posted oe

feta e. P.O. boxt a m . h e froeq ito a-e ea- r
oa-d for tresIoidel a r I B a -e am thiogeo his
l 4 ,Iaia tai. .d ii rise city.



No. s $2.50
Baby Spoon W.50








wrtle ror 0Uur

Over 100 Pages

Diamonds, Silverware,

Watches, Platedware,




Greenleaf & Crosby Co.,
Jewelers and Importers,

41 West Bay St.

Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention
I- l

(Firt corner South of P. O.)
Faaies Coatnestal COdar Key Oyers. Drip Celree. Wester Meats.
vice aeneelled, Opm Early and Late.

Mrs. J. Holly and son, Master
Reginald, left yesterday for Tampa.
where they will visit relatives and
friends daring the remainder of the
Geo. W.Hyde has a change ia hie ad
verstiemens aI this issue, to whieh the
attention of the public li invited. Mr.
Hyde is losing out bil steok and of.
fore aee remarkable bargains.
There' a beet la everythina.r.
Ribbon Lemoa sad Vanilla are the
"bees ever made" in exlrtbet. Abso-
lately pure anid o highly oneentrated
that oaly half the amount is required.
Hon. Joh O0. Damper of lHague,
chairman of te Boerd of Oounty Com .
mleiosner, pased through the eily yes,
Srday ea roots to Tampa and the
Staet Fal He experts to remain lan
the Sooth Florida cly for several days.

We are Ina IapoMSs to furish filr. j '--- -
elaM bena, eue ad lettuee hampers, lAIESTLLI' IFAAVIU
also cabbage sad aasloope erates RIfgT
promptly at r esmable pries, and
garse prompt abpmeat on all D m
tr Ip,-,trA.. L. or lachua ol P,
S. A L. railroads. Wlltea Mauas- .

bet cion 00. WIlliee Vi .ftdainti rysr o ff
OrH?3 MUxz VS rN OlM OAGE I camsedi Ls shc Porter
OOod~ asI, d prompsi
Gkmd ow pswl--" E
I p"a dalwy eIue

8tof on Earth.

Ir ahon" e"$Now O "onsuWmm ID DO N'
a grand eseesa w emta.I h g


YA'IIU KWS KIlperlenco tt.4j *Iton'fl morning till lowe as MSit, 5to S i of p Mob "fIsm wohave ma ~e m No mIV s able FWPm jaw"
Welm lhinto bare bee made t., hun., jye oatWSdW WO% Ir ae Id U .. Y f b ~
eNd at hrpenumber of eaew. hare. t'weae I have UW~etM bid Me a ; =W W1 W1867 bf 3SS%
d4Impsedof. cMo as OPOW"Oft to "M "aft" 4* U-08 ft4 OF SasehWft. AD, ia 01 fta ivlm W W. W s Fs YI 6 AA
tho emos, IM wsW n bil"M to MUMAR SA VV~ of ae am& P" = Om sumbefe" 1 11 a-~b4 -
Merrill D'. Wlco0. "fIrmm,#rY of thif of moreadiss. 30 "l t~13 0g WV -- s(LWby the mvW ggge eTo r
city bu t@ "travling out of 'ramups
for Abernathy &Lester. candies. ja. mM P. j
gene, et., isspending a day or two Waf
with relatL b ere. Mr. W164i s$ae$
.thatthe Swia of ande.t hem r o. PJ r IIFE SRS
*as thsw ksead le. o tethe P0
plo gemml sppw WI 1
ph soon* ""W is b e ; -.




amd IsoN m FCU.
or soe our samples.
PersomJ atatleat to a mmamesi
this a"-meMa mad telegvapb ca*=
promUy &ttede4 to.
Qalacwvi N. Flwjd&





New Catalog

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yOL. IV. NO. 34

Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday



$10,000 PER YEf

iUd outDrnco Companie Were

Regular Contributors.


4Unlted states Senator From New York
Makes a Sensatlonal Statement Be
fore Insurance Investigation Commit
teo-Sig Three All Contributed.

NMw York, Nov. 22.-United State
:-aator Tbomas C. Platt testified a
-. witaesa before the Insurance inrwti
nationn committee today. Senate
Patt said that the Qqultable socletj
-ontributed $10,000,000 a year to the Re
publican state campaign fund. Senltol
Platt aid that the contributions were
In oeah and were sent by messenger
to hi office and he turned them over
to the state committee. They were
unsolicited, he said.
Senator Platt sai that $10.000 was
*rqusatly paid as an annual contri
(ution to the state campaign fund, bul
that it was not a regular thing and that
he could not remember the years In
which It was paid. The New York
Life Insurance company, he sald, alac
contributed but not nearly so much.
No other Insurance companies con.
tributed so far as he knew. Senator
Platt laid he was expected in return
-tor {he acotributlons to Influence leg
Islation wiln any measure were boa.
tile to the Insurance companies. He
iddod that he does not know Andrew
HReallton nor anything about Hamil
tea's acotivty before the legislatuM.
Re knew nothing abont Andrew C.
Plelda, who represented the Mntual
life Insurance company at Albany.
Senator Platt said also that be had
resolved frequent contributions of $10..
000 from the Mutual Life Insurance
company .


Arms and Ammunition Found Secreted
Near His Palace.
Havana, Nov. 22-kEitdlrne obtained
by the comnuitteie whica Is inveotigat-
Ing the discovery by 1s t-rut police Sat.
urday last of a c nlJe'rablh quantity
do arnam, ammuuiilon and accuutre-
mDnts in a touse.in Lie 'Crro suburb
is tend ng to implicate a feu men of
some promlneace. The government
has no doubt that tue matIerials came
from the nlUted Sate and It is sek.
Aag to earn who were the purc:amars
Government officials admit now that
they have received various secret ad.
Victe regarding contemplated uprisings
before election Jay la various Urts of
the Island, particularly in the p.vince,
- ft latiago, tanuta Clara and Pluar d 1
JUo, wit. a probable attack o the pal.
ace la HavaIa. Th objhet of the lat.
tr, accorddlg to the officials, appears
to be the removal. poselly by assawla.
atto of Prs iiest Palms. Th ter,.
It Is poIsted ow. are well aware. silna'
there i I ow so vi e prerIdent. toat the
ehctlom of President Pa!ma's oucr
oer wOald, tarordlng to the coastit-
to.n be to the aand of monree. aad
that the libhlras 'wit t0e help of a
few IndepeWdeats, could control both

ztse Mens At *DrowraI.
Clar k& rbor. N S. a. Now.U.-JI
NOwweuiam steamerr 'Ta, It*I hb
eaptaim and c4 of catbou etsteen vim
IU thUmmot to he. ofoadeed Is a w
rill gs4 rrh c upt9W Mws b
,h isiz eii laneIa 1T6 a to
pr YAns L whCoH soared her.
tyrv Ned iUAd. breigh ses t0tOn
T~rily'. abmat S p maa Itg. $,sowsg.
to be lb. Turbttar*u
WakR. )* I'. off thoemo comw
of 'e pirwt's ber eof Is a fI&
edwtes sad tiwe 4isaaa to Isthe
tiM ama



Prince Loule Ia CObrged an Enormous
Sum by New York Dentist.
New York, NWV. aT.--rinoa Llaas'
strenuous lite In Amerioan tncluaoJ
several extra strenuous hours In a
dcaLust's otair and that particular pat

of his program proved costly.
lhe total time spent with the den-
tist was live uours, according to a
friend of the prince, and the bill was
$1.lv. Wtien the bill was presented
the prince aid nothing but gave his
oheck for the amount. Later In the
day, however, he showed the receipt to
tis friend, Colonel Robert M. Tiomp-
mon. who declared t it It was pretty
oteep even for a New York dentist
"The prince paid'the bill as eooo a
It was presented," said Colonel Thomp-
son last night, "and the matter would
bave ended there had I not seen the
amount charged. I told the prince
what I thought about It and his British
sense of fair play caused him to make
a protest. A bill as presented was
not itemized, and the prince at my uug-
gtstlon wrote the dentist asking that
au Intemized bill be sent to Sir Percy
Sanderson, thoe Brlt: h consul general.
All further action will be in Sir Percy's
hands. The work done by the loen
tist consisted In filling four teeth and
putting in an artificial mone The lden.
twist who did the work was not at .iolu
to visitors last night KZrller In the
day he is reported to have dec'llnad to
discuss the matter beyond saying that
a bill had bten presented and pail.


American Interests In Orient Will Suf-
fer Greatly Unless Stopped.
Bcrke:ey, C'llf, Nov. 22.--lorase*
Davis, a forr;.ir president of the state
university and prominently conducted
al'h the Pacific coast trade with t.i'
Orlent. declared today In a lecture on
that subject before tie college of com-
merce, a branch of the Iulnverelty, the
boycott on American goods In C(:!na.
to te a tulenar'l to Amnerl( an interatla
in l(ne ()Orifn. creartlig a lItiatuoni so
serious that tlhe ('!.iIr.' gov-.rlllinent
Unr.ds Itself p(ow ra. ,s i ( onio; It. i
utllio, ra j, 'i .llt >ien .he t 'trlu :i tO tat'
Iharsh adliiir:,.-r ,.t'r il of tlae Ainl rican
i'xclusttl law.
SpiAsklhng 'f the ,"-tlil ties of tbh"
traa' w-tth C(ihii., a;irt- hle taRd:
"The ('iln .- riaca h.i% a a f>ar lgn
comn.erce au'!miunting to about $1 '21 a
heaad per year. Japan has a fort) -)ar
developed In commerce. ninning from
nothing to abloilu $' io pI'r p-ersons a
year or about $260,.WO w )n ir year al.
together If inlna ran be made to de
re:op sure a trade as this In the same
trade. It would amount to about ll:O5.
W0 )O(" Now China's for,-.'n commerce
Is $.SMIO3,0.0 W hat this gr"t gro th
woult I man to all the cmuntrtl.s taking
part ln suppl)ln n.C'is can uaelly be
uaderttrld f (ilnae could evrr be
made to *velrop a foreiln rommerew
equlalitag pe aeplta the ronammer of
this ewintry, It would amnnt to the
sap- del total of t1. 010"W0,4 a
ear. am amount sa'mot flaroneeirable.

Walt Treaty With San Doo'nge.
Xwm York, Nov. 22 --Te fv,,r-:ga
creltlors of the Ibmlinllean gov, r-

ma hav, r throws tteir ccviiw:. :e
JnASO WIllAM ('es. of0 IsLe cya. &4
"neJ ?he state department at wigb
ingiom tawt lay favor the aeaa' "f
#b#c freaty 911h bate ts mlago Jade,-
Ckibos saled as ftpcve'taryRa ose rvcv
17 to expw rft he pn'ferve of his sll
""t. Vbsw* 1%0lb. tf"sh Fiesb s*4
"Wa4ls edIws lfor te etb 7 wy 065
m~#as affm aersa of a se tlrm Iof
MOhef slas 1. e- arnmofe t o1a,
k1e.W5 Tb... r*41rs. mOwr
It to is arSa a* w sasg am mswe to
&id fmtheb ra'ilemals of lb. eresly b?
lb. omaee of the 'miwingI.-gstaitve
so mim U krrrbl kIIt

Welm -o A Fem Herawr.
9%88sy r wo. le.me fl--N
I- -A -A--.

t~ - ~ ~ oII -ruL -t -II - -I ~r
issibet. rAag etta Sw q ft to a
Amu*F.ILJvNow 3 0 -Q WMa 5h PIwosWEt~tebe t ~
a*rumw fwN Ome to L i, weby mm

tow. of swam as f1e
Nw meta


American Federation of Labor

AsHita Union Printers.


Delegetee to Annual Labor Meeting
Have Warm Discusslon Over the So.
olaileto Idea of Oovernment-Hot
Speeches from Both Sides.

Pttaburg, Nov. 22.--A tUe mornlin
eeton of the American Federation ut
Laoor Frank K. Foster, of Boston, seo
rotary of U committee on Prreiidtu
Gomper'a report, read a suppl4mintar)
report. The matter of the eight-naou
day for the union printers was endor
ed and the oxicuthl, council in giving
the printers moral aid and financial
support, was coainwlndtld.
The cour.cll wh. iuslructeed to cOu
tinue their aid to ilit printers if it -l
necewvary aftJa Jan. I, 19i;. 'P.a
committee roep d tt that tue light hour
day for printdra in in force in ~iX ctliea
and towns io this country and (.ans
Ja. An amseamlu'int of 4 cents a ie
ber was ordered 1b the Federation to
aid the printers lu their contl'et
This aaeeatment is expected to yleld
$80,000. The 0.caiint sBamneasment iimadel
by the laterlatlonial T) iKraiphIial
union has been ii trua.ed by thalt bol.)
b)'* vote of ,.94~ 1to0 .334.
Delegate Johann.rwn, of C('.lce:ii
made a severe attack on thet Inidstnal
workers of the a (,rI., ch'itcta'tiil
tbhore a.' eneumlts of free sl|N-t free government' hli r<'sentail the Int
putation l.at tha- unierlean b'ae -raitlotn
of Labor wat*. be Amlerlan Fodeiation
of "grafters.' a tihe lniustrial work
era of the world railed the ffeernalam
Delegate (Ioldstein. of Ikston, follow,
ed the %lieaker, with a dlrastric ar
dress In which he corinlmnrtoi th H S,
clallJ ts for theIr Incontl'*s'ilc i) iMt II
tinl d attack ,in the fc',l tranion rf In
bor and the ,ifflrers
Victor I, II rger, of Mtlwmaile. re
plid to*-the- two addltra*,- atii. IIn a
witty psl ech said the shclInllipt "num
bering Ifbt.Onsi Ii In this country. war,
the ttigbt-aa'rhior of tr Ameirlsn
redereatio of lAbor."
Max 8. Hayvs, of Cl('la-tin O on,
of the rhamtilons of wrwta!li4' followed'
with a hot sp'oeeh, defnclln the' orlwal
tat party.


Hearst Forces Will Fight For Reeo*nt
In New York.
New York. Nov. Z2 <-larvmro J.
sheara, permal counsrl of W R
Hearst naaounced llut nliht that as
loverwor Prank M. Black had bpae r
talked to take olere of the crrmlaas
e*d of the litiatlmti wbkbi bas grow
out of Mr. llarf p mayorally eosleat
Mr. IMk wtM take hold at ose sa
will work In co pe ulto w AttAWe.O
sey QOnera~ l ayor. Mr. Ohear Ia"
rated that the e-d ernor mi-gt act

a a s WiO! OIS general o ollow
up the rl W Iiret o wof ISv atiftl
wirbh ha. davot-o d wfthin Ae I O
two a e redaym.
Wr Shea-uari noueel d tb#J &Wire
lbs wonid tie teed t(9m1 am e1 rj
'too vw ho we& toda ? for *a rse
ftr the ep.Isx at lb. betlosbseam
TheI Heag lawyra, Mat afm s&id 4o
larwmae whe~br Ft i Iw fr the opee
%Wg of 4817 t baWW hit as Bret --w
a t5 a* &S 3Ia ll at IbmeMW
dMh th So e Pmak ofle bahnn be"
08 M 8 *f46f Of IbldlIM 410'?106
ft ~ ago"evtbveee of
&amum e" em t,.r41

'IsSIe legmIm ee -r Steamy
resIm faf. Her -4ulb.DS.

bd Fe 1ItIedem, hAd e t4.eAbt uw
-w"Im abeu 00 rot* Ie. m
womb" G-wthe woosqer f mwhlny
60*9d omma"s a ae-fte h olim
tm taw le bm b owd mb
46601OW *0 Ofk*"* ON IIl
of 4 ,""d I"
m- ~ U.. 1~- 3911)CI
IoLorn* v
.-'Lmm w-f 0:.


Widow Takes Up Work of Husband
and Completes Ixploratlon.
Quebeo, Nov. 2M.-After a rather
rouga sad or"my passage in the gull
and river 8t. LAwreace, thu ooastiud
eteiamor IInP g wawd arrived here last
night tromLQa toau bay in the straits
of belleIsel having on bord anuoug
her pasengers Mrs. Hubberd, %ttduw
of the Ih4Metd Led Ia mkld lHubb'Ar, wtio
lodt Mai lllf ini eLeavoring to vaploir
the wilds of LAbrador pontmoula. qtrL
kiubbard isoacctupanied by George
&men, the montaw"ae Indian ujiuu
%ho was with her iatbaud durlug hia
unIoky ejicuiition. Meh left hrt' for
Montreal on .aer way to New York.
where she will arrive.' today.
WVhen questionvut IHaU h er 'ox'idi.
Lion sh. siaid ;iat xm I.0nec tevaitciiL I
her object; that she hal folloat il Wet
.outvt taken by lair Itushand frmtuiihit.
tJwat to t .at Ixit an herr, t ilE hind It-'
his dvnut;i from o po'urvc and i mtarva.
tion; that she hard found %twit, '
bad dl virpI#4 ft rmu omharouittva' iii! o*
ha waay. anl that silhe mitlloavill up
Lmwe Importrant tI tt In rgatrl- 4 o
theo h~a(1tmrti-rm of uif .IiN N tir.t st Ht
ebr, whiclefowiA Into l.nkko muNItwIt pmit
II.nli tain hiilet an. it lina In re g rI to
h01V h-vainx Nuishikauaan, tlt, h'4ha
of tnnd an1l t he (;..r n rh 'whi

was un frir i In tho rr;Hii! of er
searelt for r o',I fi~i

Bank Appointed as Receiver.
Pittsiit g. Nov. 2' (Urln iappliSca
tlon of 'ie* Ihiltr r'aviin k Fie iil andI
Truiti tNnit.ln). of Ail'4le ni1.1 a. liaimn
ti-rtor orf ite o tliti of Cr(' tilhhr T. I''w
('larke,. of tlI lntlrtprlse S Nalifnn l
tiank, I. i C(iaisaeIl %a, todi iiiapoiltt
I ,I re ll'' ler of the Internlatt i al Al
hlitiuli tAPu litHln y Tlic coin|liany lb) it1
prei .d- nit. Flrau k (' jliHrni r. Jilhe'td In
(t'e prayer for a rre-vel-,r <'lar. ,a
estatete is tt' owner of r'. per cennt of
'tie capilat atcl ||c fl wan pri' olioint an
fo(r a long tlline tri amlur' r ''The calillal
*sI'1MAk I $5:,.i4 ***a-. I 1.1:' lt41i and it
al4 illlli n o1 t i li':t11 11l1111 !i t ihe. .l,,a ,lf'al,
4)..'10p, 'i n roico i in> i Ii)>me IIgagI d 1 In
liilunt;li 1 0' llt11r, (ia.

Man Cannot Be Identified.
Ilrintinihatiii, Ala Nov. ". All ef
forts so fai r lav" lai-.d to I.) tilf) a
uitn tvi h has be- an found at maIt lake-,
ils nlIf from Hirminihamt, and who
Is und L bIt. I.asir 1T1le mas *earm
likely prowe. a e'n days weauler to
lthoemldents taere, although he haa
been brought here anJ lodged in ti
eouaty )all for safekplag. I Uis
tIrtght that be is either as *eafp
from the Tueshoakua lamme ayjuft o
ose to the sorth of here, the la*r iLs
g foeado d upe frequent reea ik.
mBad by him about "plag bakh to

Imes Woors' Unleo nSopended
tOa T aft. Nov. 2-1%0ns'l sl;ep D3

e4 the metuful Iroan worterstibiae
Swe"Ody. ?be" will he smother Meet
W C todW It dcde heher rbb1 4 start
0 Sof thoP plas n fm r a af fh 1 1'tsin
Is sineei T Tho 410004 oI bfc-1
SW. a&? the emp:oly"td of the sriko
( te luros w.rhors lass stnprPI4 (14M
hsl~dlso Is the, raosti's- of "rvMairmetj
In the cityca. 'utle.tho .r r I@
ruLe throarb obC.' the uwp.hr ht
not too "re,'.1 r bfld4as w.al, bIto40
bled mos'Wga g In."osJ the eiol -
fo mvievno

Rol9tMal wal eit is U.M, oles
ca5taant. 0 NOTZ 22---Word we
rse.t*V4 is F 1-0:4ysA !~.t- a-ull "for
Ih 1T HO1s,.nR stI alesisa l 4d
tae rallies aO. re r 9, bpr ofTe"
*be1Oe at Wbla a' '01 S b-IIe.S L0
4. it- i'.' 146a hoa e" Is
116 1 .41 ut4AI Svw e got14 yean
be &" p &.m V, I ,-IP 1 as. SWO wIe
pea ragto yer9e e4ksr0rI sae40 so
b L 41 lubseI

-lu w Jv" Camif ^"$A
clrirs u lw n.-AI ILairemosm
so ewwmoem o fee D.m s4~
'&4&be -~ws650M 1 9 1 I&
"*A so jmm ebse 40New Taft
~ r S iAnn



Postmaster Gineral Cortelyou

Makes Annual Rbport.


Owing to the Increased FacilitIe sDo.
handed by Rural Free Delivery, It Is
Necessary to Have More Money W
Carry Out This Part of Service.
Wabiiahl~oll.Ntao,l Pstrwaaiter
ut-e t-laI 41 Urtllj)l III Iii LL ) CUihipiLvi.4
atiu t. asat i atItl .) it. bit Ir via' i') tbu
tritdalily 1110ho t o.1lik. ka Itr Wu PO5r
Offtrito iial II( 111111 lot'i LiItt' flse )t YOU
elIIdi zag j 1 llt, .;0, 11.04. Iby i ow UU a x
Iadt1.0411(t k(I %tj t l pa l'A iW bet U ar it 1
avciv'~std IL ttLI Ail iotinipair tile saorvioee
U11 tI tii'tll r1la lowa ht' A LifA'%L0UVflt Ot
tnat ic?41a, .L ci c i-h It s Intat hai Siro
J(tt'ib Of U11 laVVII011i t o[ ti l l-a'Ct)U11try.
'lI' Illt', IOV w I 'll- i-' L Ihta i tarvic
at E itargt i aioi nriki it's I% oa rvcoateo

Jouiyritit ltn o i vujto o vr rr ars
)a tI t a Li 1, 11i 1 I 1, 'i tif ihlmtuil $112001s.
Q4 it Til too 1 1 1 ca lls' aIt eI I hl l

14111 [li tl Iia .i Jil A Utlu tif a regard 4.A
l~ial Iailt(4ti t ciiv il iintul co~iimiri tive usti.
tluata4'. k I a Iu 1iia'ak't ii yia vYar et's &
lii .4e',l IIi t t11 li nil vlit' of tI he depart.
"Itl '*i1 1p Ipsi olI'Iu aL the Ila.
thita t a are ilci iiii i dT .I Ivt'ry airvico
I-s I A th11111 it Ct('bil lit'1c111t 1U 0 t6
jpt.)itmaine ial iT4 lou 6t tin ai an dthIs
.jawit pat Iiei lon toti lt it- cuiri ra.
)Nbr t: s w itinit tenatjna a'O ii rural
aIa 'I#Y anal till' IilctIAiOb 0t1'r ?CI0
aJe4uitki % ,; lt Ii I11 I al. 11 8 Il t 44 1111
et- i. .a. of I _-t ..Ui eviJ tr thot approold.
~luitliiu It' uis .1)t'Ir alaicklijmsft*
so, ai. J~JI *Da'i t 11601 9 42
.4"41 ) ("I. sbu 1that Cfiu osreuisat et=i*
.~ ~~114oj $1 itliI)au~ 'lfau Chalt of I"I

I~~I P-1M'nI 1.i t.l.110 LIlCirawaO1114of Ike
'iv. it 'al i t iiaa~ lt,' i'na.'erliiag j ear. That
!1i4 a iLt Isi'aIniorST :I,,, a itiblast ir 1 isll
,e l ot .' ha iail ilelutela tetl Is pf,4i*U by
111t. ae'f 'fial.t ilt- 1- 11111116 4. ata r~m lan* j3s..
1~.s -l 1111111 11.0.i 111114i 10 ii ailiirfyptiS
lei oii. di nift t f's, IIlha- i t &I'a yi q'ertrwal
pit Jtitia Ju. Ih,:.*tass I If .*1 k .
'Itloi unw& t iibelm lie timfer.tire'li s twtwo
the' *gip~egitlt iii 61.1tl ) th 'e, b lalies o4:11
this illcpai litii. 1! 141 uhYiviAuly silo

thi'mt, auletiati it"e14lbsf haisital service 80
Iliv p. alte jeif II. -t a'iulaillu"a~ n
5.seit ac#tte'a.lA ase y hisye bcotionfruqet.
ly itII I 1the' ls ,III' Ii, t7eti gauraFd 1rsa111011f
f'or It- ;:e-tilag 11141 fluee, kp'fllet rw he
)e &r le I i if Jug Ihne,';$,)r I Wol, will beI Ito co
41 1- rattly :0-011 ItisI. anImnteesusg
f*.J I x li~t f ,pelaf leI' hbe f14111 r1W the as,
$&I ).ar 4)f VJW, selle.'Slipli the 1,64B
*.*,j~,.aforr jae Borst you11*4
b~y iflJ 8.a41ay 1"006


New Eassuilve Commen0d Week e410
Salorry ofV11uPMo.pMn"
Kfrbt'aul, '. V14 213. -- -?be AASS

tic d'earw t1.164W Irela y lAnd 7. Ir.
fmeerl#aP CW t110na68116e1, C. (t, qgu
deual ;ics k El W7,,*6 04. ,m.

bouktar sad armlie rIfaesV H mW#
is. mrilu o un ont tye Itrd 4d &j
rnc(n. All lhe "'herA iseM ON Wm

A#ur. t ., ad.914111" We
prosleest v wasntwoue~ad StoSuam9"M

od h I M to 90 M laVeW meg11doo
j aoma 'aIrd o eod aIm pIn sg"
iMoot A d'41V440d41 &M t f ree##
wee deelibred f a* @Moleb. mbem S
as a tow &" a# 1 of s v Poesees b
b %0anamal rOgt s&~6soU
woo* ts assea. 1ves. aId ad We.
4118000. PP- W P M b. n a w",
WVu 1 e"ed ad a5 to I Sme
myee tof owe' s 8. a (.-
inl of 315 w 's? I-

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Sthe body, don't, dose it

UNIQUE LECTURE with medicine. Scott's
Emulsion' is the best
Dsivevred at the Opera House ofn nourishment in existence.
Last Sunday Evening. It is more than a food;

mHIS MAJESTY, THE DEVL." you may doubt it, but it

A Brilliant and Forcefn Account of the digests perfectly easy and
Methods Employed by His Mhjesty. at the same time gets the
A Large and Attentive Audience Was digestive functions in a
Present-Frequent Applause.
IPro Tueday's Daily Su. conditions that ordinary
VMS1 Tueday*' Daily ..
The au dience at the open houire 'n food can be easily di-
S aday evening to ,hear Hcv. ~rni Tr
tacll's famous lecture on "Hi Maj~s- gested. Try it if you are
Ir. The Devil." overflowed the house -run down and your food
Ie" Mlty and filled the adjacent hall-
S1. It was a cultured and expect- doesn't nourish you.
Ist assemblage, and that it (cijoyel I SCOTT & BOWNE, 4 Pearl Strem, Nw York.
T unique discourse of the noted -
e., vaLgelit and orator was testified ON MARTN LTHR.
Sfreqoent applause. LECTURE ON MARTIN LUTHER.
The speaker was introduced by Rv. Delivered by Rev. F. A. Holtzhausen at
T. J. Nixon of Kavanaugh Methodist
Okareh, and entered at once upon h the Pe Church.

S bows the large research and the e. the Hero of HIroes," delivered at the
S.teded homan experiences of the Iec- First Presbyterian Church slat 0.aday
Iorr. evening ty the Rev. F. A Holtihausen,
Mr. mall believes in a real fD.vil- was attentvely listened to by a large
a Great fallen angel ofipiritiial nature oongreuatton
4;' .si powers-who is active Ira mnlig-. Mr. Hnltzhazen believes that there
S att labor for the debauchment of hu- is great need in our times of the Goo.
S aelty. His delineation of how the pel as interpreted and illustrated by
Devil eame to being and how he oper. reformation history. He considers the
SMa to obtain psychic power over hu. great relliaiou revival of the sixteeolh
Man spirits for evil purposes is a century one of three great epoeh* of
Avrilling and convincing recital. H i the Church, ranklot it with IeaelU ds
aalelyi of the philosophy and proces- liverance from Egyptian tondage
Sn, of Satan is an exposition of scrip.! the dveont of Jeus Christ. e e
y al truth that l wonderfully inter- rightly understand and appreelast the
S tla g and has chasmed and informed blesings, opportunities an Instosu.-
bundreds of thousands of people all tions of the modern world o04 by
ovbr hlie country. knowing the issues raised and settled
Mr. Small is a majestic speaker, by the reformation.
With a humor either delicate or broad. I Martin Luthr was set forth as the
a. the occasion required, sead many of chief embodiment and foremost oham-
i l most salient views are enforced by pion of this great monument. After
S w1itlIems that are chaste and apropos. mentioning the fats of the reformer's
T hose who heard the lecture were childhood and youth, of his conver-
delighted beyond measure and sorry si n. deep religious experience and en.
that the seventy minutes of the ad-. traoe into the priesthood, the lector.
dre were such short ones. er led his audience into Luther's great
Mr. mall spoke again last evening work. I
at tKaVanugh Methodist Church, and Beginning with the poeting of the
will be heard there again tonight at thess against indulgences and cpntin.
T* do'olook on "The Three Cardinal ulag ia the description of Lather's
lga1." controversies, his bold act of defiance
lUjLdtenoes are greater than the of the dreaded power of ex communi.
-.ill and churches where he appears. cationn the public burning of the
Spapal bull; of his eonfliloawith the e*-
,. S. Burhans Testifies After Four alesalstieal and eivil autboritles, he
Years. showed how the great principles pf Jus.
G. B. Burhans of Carlisle Center, N. I fleatlon by faith of the sole authority
Str., writes. "About four years ago I of the Bible in all religious matters
woe1 you stating that I had been en. and of the liberty of conseelnce from
rote y aretofin thaevere kidney trouble ll human domination wese stablish-
1111601 eared of a severe kidney trouble I
by taking le than two bottles of Fo- d. And the lecvtre concluded with an
SIfs Kidney Oure. It entirely stopped appeal to old fast and work out more
Ob briek dust sediment, and pain and fully the bleolags of the reformation.
qanptome of kidney disease disp-. Mr. Holtrbusen Is full of inspire-
pared. I am glad to say that I have lon In his theme and spoeas with all
verb ad a return of any of those the conviction and earnestness of man
symeom darirngthe four years that' who believes that he has a message
ive elapsed and l am evident ly cured from God to deliver to his fellow-meq.
to t eared, d heartily reoomnmend i Man' U obl
iWly*a Kidae Oure to anyone suffer-
l Ifr kidney or bladder trouble." Is often aB great as woman's. Bat
.W. MeOollum & Co. Ths. 8. Austin, manager if the Re.
... I tpub dsas of Leaveneworth, Ind., was
Capt. J. N. Strobhar. not p reasonable, when he refod to
A dlepatch from Ottawa. Ont alloo* the doctors to operate oa hbi
sates that Janme N. Strobhra. former wife for female trouble. "Intead." he
)latlagestof the Atlantia (Coast lina -0 "we euncluded to try Rletrie
ad Florida Bouthern railways in this Bller. My wife was then tso lk she
ity., had beet arrested at Montreal. oould hardly leave her bed. and five (6)
P. Q o the charge of appropriating physeliase had failed to relieve her.
8,800 of the funds of the companies. After taking Eleetric Bitters she was
The auditors, after examining the perfectly cured. and can now perform
tbeok, claim that the hurutae wllll her bobold dutue." uae.s-
moet to 40.O) He was bded inee by dr rie .
the Amerieaa Surety Company of New Tax Notice.
York. whkh eauned hi arrt ..
hh ed his arrt We will meet the ta-.payers at the
It to reportedi here that the warrants f wn namd places on the dat
were sworn out in Geor(ta, where r s lowang named plao or the datet
uodrautood all the ohe'ks are said t st oppFlsite:
have bees washed. Areher--W.ddeida. l)eemhb r 18.

Worm Destroyer.
White's Cream Vermifugel not ouly
kills worms, but remove" the MuOour
ud slime is which they tuilld their
feekt; it bring, sad quickly. a healhy
Oditioua of the b wlt where worms
a eXl eist ild by W. M Jtmtineoe

Newrtrrt -ThurWday and Friday,
lDecember 14 and 18
Trratoe-Satrday. December 16
lniiutre-Mueday, Dembtwer IS
Ierll-TueMtay and Wednorday, I*
eeltwr It sad *t
i Olleford-Thursday, L.heember l.
'Wade-Friday. lWdmber 33
I'rn'erty owaere will pklea. ake ad-
vantage of thee appoatmeuts. tha
aving themselves and us trouble aa
aespense Very mpeetfully.
W D. 4%n a1seo. TIe Collrecor.
\\. W <'ut '. Tar A eweor.

Beat Linkenm t *e EanI.
Henry Balidwia. Superlateadeas
C'ty Waterwerks. Shullabrs. WI .
rite.: 1 baWe rned t maa kit of
liamerut. but I have nee isr leled
mtiuck beefl until I uoed Idftsdit
Saowv Ltaimet for rb IestM- -d
Spain I thiak i t the bea -baling
|rt 0 and .1xsold. 1 vW.
W. Job s.

.,. 2


At Which One of Gainesville's Young
Ladies Was Guest of Honor.
The Tamps Tribune of 8,inday has
the following in its "Social Event" de-
'This week, which has been so de-
lightfully gay for the s(ocity crowd,
was brought to a charming close Iee-
terday afternoon by a reception given
by Mrs. I Wooldridge, compliment-
ary to His. Locile Colelough of
Gainesville and Mrs. G. Young MoRee
of Valdosta, Ga. The door was opened
by Master Edward Valentine and the
guests met in the hall by Mrs. Woold-
ridge and Mrs. Peter O. Knight. In
the receiving fi sto4d Miss Woold-
ridge, Mise Colcloogh and three of last
June's lovely brides, Mrs. McRee,
Mrs. Hunter Henderson and Mrs. B.
Ainesworth. Assisting with their
graciousness and charm of manner to
entertain the callers were Mises
Fannie Ball, Mary Lee Douglass, Mary
Carnes and Helen Warner. In thedin-
ing room a delielous salad ourse was
served by Mesdames A. A. Martinez,
Melville Gibbons. Monroe Fleming, W.
Valentine, 8anford Allen and Y. R.
Beasely. In the cozy red punch room
Misses Lila CaOoes and Eleanor Mur-
dooh presided over a bowl of refresh-
ing beverage. This is the flirt occasion
that friends have been entertained in
Mrs. Wooldridge's charming new home
and the receptilo suite wp bright and
attractivewith vases of American
Beauties, and for three hours the walls
resounded with the lively exchange of
greeting, and the convereation.of the
numbers of visitors. Miss Oolelough
i1 one of Gainesville'e most popular so-
o(ety girls and will be one of Tampa's
Itoss attractive guests during the Fair.
Mrs. MeRee has bosts of friends
here, who wi.h oltly for her happiness.
and selfishly regret that circumstances
have caused her to change her home
from Tampa to Valdosta."

Son Lost Mother.
"Conenmption runs In our family,
and through it I lost my mother,"
writes E. B. Reid of Harmony, Me.
"For the past ive years, however, on
the slightest sign of a cough or cold, I
have taken Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which has saved me
from serious lung trouble His moth-
er's death was a sad lose for Mr. Reid.
but he learned that lung trouble must
not he neglected. aod how to eure it.
Quickest relief and e for coughs
and colds. le ioso F ad $1.00; guar-
anteed at all drug lsores. Trial bot-
ties free.
Fourth Florida Regiment at Tampa.
L. M. Graham of Conner and U.
F Smith of Oxford. surviving m1m-
bers of the Fourth Florida Regi ent,
urgently request that all members of
that regiment who esa posti44eo o
will meet as Tampa on the t.f thil
month for the purpose of haoag a re.
union. We hope the wishe of these
veterans will be complied, with ad
tht a large meeting of that regiment
will be had on that day.

If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure oad ose that oM and well-
tried remedy,Mr. WlreLw's Sooth-
Itag yrop. for children toeehiag. It
soothes the cbild. softes the same,
allay all pat. eaore wid nolle and is
ti remedy for dlarroea. Twer.
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Attm'T* yo

io1 nrrn Thn TOKS
Sd i x n

MW. M. JOHI1SON1T, as-l-nes-v-ille-

Pare Soda ater, ll Flavors, Glier Ale, Root and Birch Beer, Cider, Etc.
Write for prices. Caues and bottle are not sold. but must be returned.




. OF ..

EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure.


A 14 ,
4 7%

HaRwbeltt' Private Stock
HatbetI' That'H Whbakey
Batebett' Old Rye
tureks N C. Apple ltrandy
N. C. A ,ile Brandy
Eurek MalIt
Eureka N. C. Peacl.h ILndy
N. C. Peach Brandy
Bureka N C. Corn
Eureka N. (C Corn. XX
Iurea N.. toirn XXX
eureka N C. Corn. X X X X
Old Crow Bourbon
Hormtalte Rye
sunny BSrook Rye
uany Ilrook Sour MWb
ebo Sprau
SUk Veret
Oak cad

14 i(
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Is 70

Mla Frem i$1.0 to 8.60 Per (iallee, Deliverd.
have twelve labels of Hatebett' Privae Stock and cure a bottle free. ave
twelve labes of atlebtt'a Old Rye ud secure a hottl free Save tweive label of
Htbset 'a Te's Weahkey abd secure a bottl free. save twelve label of u-ek
N. C. Cora ud eeur a botUe free. Bave tweve labels of Eureka N. C. AptP
IMdr sa aee wo e bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureks Malt and ecure
me botUe free. Prlees of all loodl bo wlb at oumay '.store are c per Ir lol le
thea whm ldevered. No ebarwe for )s. boses or dra~ge Al of my bhotUtes a
fra meim re. Al tndardl brmoda of while. ld over my bar at Ioe 0c r edrtik-S

from IS lave s for you. AU lses quoted on appliesUoa. We aioI, Carry cbeabs
quor~" t boe quot. SpItelal esi a anme quanUttes. pwked arty Wles de..
atre. Musey rertlde4 if oodts oet stUraesry

The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia

Established 881.


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Pure fne old rye. By th* gIOae $300.
Four fuil qnltrit 1.60.

orw as -. I t j. COLMurA
Pure' lPno l ivasia ye. Rich and
perom e W"" mellow. aythe ginUg2M Yoor
Nsm~lsitesbos ~ Ifeiq~aresSa).
o ns ssus -KXPIW PREPAII
Hime aI'or# sotuata1l fa1tmi aWlukf.Dy
the sl.. PiS o. rout fall quss
it on. axpac" as pim

GULF9" M "T CM B thepjkaa a Fewtali40a
o~imm nA Dirso ma bm edwarobee 9 230
MAy mhmgylhs"I w ee03 ful" quarts

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KLU(ET (03.3 PRPI Fear II UfeI
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no eI m we bhande QithoI f" baad~
I % masinus. Fee spena swaesgmf.-
a~ ~' SAMe* "ft

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move "a wad de] gornit d
ha 106Mil. b o reop s mi ha'.
rnMIC 55 ab' I r w, 'mm rae
W. Wboopm was's a L.AIJB I%.*-
MARTY. from Us epesthat .t
be kma~L Pwfet malt.s-
mai inI*. "
Jras F. SMITH.

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IN CIRCUIT COURT. of Hohokur, N.J.. Jad W. Dupbhr of
Reynoldbs Bridge, Coni
Many Cases Were Disposed of Tues- The ground is being prepared for two
day-Whiskey Cases Galore, new houses on Grove osreet to be built
y aby Mrs. A Fickle and Thou. Weath.
From Wednooday's Daily Sun erabee.
The circuit court convened at 9 lDr MeRae hia moved to the Webb
o'elook Tuesday morning, and the fol. cottage on Center street.
4owing cases were disposed of during F. S. Carrior and Miss Nora Mullin
Sbe day: left Thursday for Tampa.
State v. William Cromwell, assault Services will he held in Triuity
with intent to murder, nol prossed. church on December lnLh.at the usual
State vs.'J. H. Granger, assault with hour, by Rer. .. E. Goodwin of Starke
Intent to murder, nol pressed WV H, MoMillicin of Demorest. (a.,
State vs. S. Stevena, larceny, nol has bonght an interest in the' Melrose
$proesed. Manufacturing Company. and esprcts
State vs. Chas. Williams, breaking to move his family here shortly
and entering with intent to commit a The Melrose navy ts feeling very
misdemeanor, verdict of guilty by proud of its very handsome new addi-
jary. tion by the arrival of H. W. i.amlyn'a
State vs. John Davis. breaking and fine motor launch. "Ettle." from the
entering, nol prossed. Michigan Steel Boat Company. )De-
State vs. Alex Woodward, selling troit, Mich. The oat is a perfect
liquor In a dry county, verdict of beauty and Is the largest launch on
jury, guilty. the lake, measuring 27 feet by 61, feet
State vs. Pat Taylor, selling liquor beam. hhe is equipped with a 4%
4o a dry ooonty, verdict of not guilty. horse power engine and guaranteed to
8. T. Moulton. charged with selling run 10 knots per hour. A canopy top
liquor in a dry county, was araigned affords protection from the weather
sod plead guilty. With the large naval jack aud lobg pen.
James MeNeal. selling liquor in a nant flying the "Edle" pre4ente a most
dry eouoty, verdict of j'iry Igailti beautiful sight on the lake and will
State ve. Henry Holmes. selling liq- laord a great deal of pleasure to her
1or In a dry county, verdict of guilty, owner and friends.
:ad eateneed by the court to a fine of A. T. Hinnaot and Mise E. A Taylor
SO0 and east or four months na the were married on Sunday afternoon by
1eoaoty Jail. H. von Noasky, justice of the peace.
No Case of Pneumouni on Record. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
We do not know of a single Instanee Contain Mercury,

where a cough or eold resulted in
pseomoOia or coaempltio wheos Fo
loy's Hose sad Tar bad been taken.
Is eume eooghb and solds perfnstly.
@ do o take chasese with some un-
known preparatloo whik may eootain
epa gea, whibobh noN oootipatioo.
oandtlSea that r r eetrds r ry from
s*"d. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar and refnas ay obstltato offered.
SJ. W. MYeOUw A Co.

A ODelitful Evkenin Party
Mr. uad)ji. MeOollum very plea.
et*ly eamWealad a sambeo of their
afrisd Moaday evenlg at thbir ple-
at beare, SS n ort Oak v* to a
mem s ealeIt4y delg0tfl and dalst-
Up y pvrepW m epper. Ml kewed by
0 sheain plke ofevenaig ejoymesst.
e---meisa df mue by Mr. J.. FP. P
"sm and ated nmonees-te by Misn

W shw rdm n Is e rnjs r60 rma
The eveot wa ma'de / erre ei

demw e Mr.. nd No, W. IL ew,
Dr. Ma M. r. MKelaty. Sr.. M.
0. A. Lmse1. MsloBese oflON

3n lm eed. Us

0 l il`w I6"

b S O N f. i f a lop


As mercury will surely destroy the
seao of emell and *omplestly dermag
the whole system when entering Is
through the mueoust orfacee. Such ar
tiles should ever be oed eOeeps on
preeenptions from repoeable physle.
plans. u the damage they will do is e
fold to the good you can poessbly de-
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Oure.
masufateared by F. J. Choneya Co.
Toledo. 0. ooetalns no mercury., ad
is takes loternally. setlag directly
upon Me blood ad mueoe sourtfae of
the eyste =. In buying Hall's Catarrbt

Cere be eoreO go get the geoune It
is takes lner ally as' made ,a 7ole.
do. Ohio. by F. J. Cheney & Co. T**e
Uamoane frew.
Seod by druoiete Price T per beht
Take Hall's Family Pill for eoosti-
Pat-. t

Vie~ ~ Opera tie. D e
IeWld,, Va. A e.N e --Mn2 tm
*8 ~qVA N" -1d6

Am M te I e 1 M4
IL ChIB io tStynta m"8.4lla
as 11g aa as Dr. lea bIso bee"
a..ft s abaaJaes fthe

ry in mes lww I^B-

1 ra m ls.ae IW..
.... .. ...6s." s

nearly half a million. The (Govern-
ment report today shows .'39W,236
bales leaI gioned thls seaon than op to
the same date last year and those who
have made a study of the crop delare
this in eonelusive proof that this year's
crop will not exceed ten million hales.
Theclosing *iesioi of the exchange
was excited, May cotton ruling firm at
11 74.
A Number of A c al, Personal and Lo.
cal iews Items.
1Bll. Novemetr 21 -O'ir little town
is dull now as th* cotto( ieson is
nearly over.
'I J. I.ndeo wRs in twin Friday
Cane Irindinlg are all the rage
Everybodly will soon be sweet
W J. Williams of Alachua was visit.
ing his brother. E. Williams of this
plaeS." Come agtll
Joas E Hrysat lis* g'ne toi the
coast oa a fishing and hunting expedi-
(' C Fletcher ,is just returned
from Newberry Charles is quite a
business man here of late
Masey Scofleld of Ward ('ty win
has been visiting his parents. Mr and
Mrs 0 H. Seofeld, roturn,.l home
Miss Belle T.indsey vi ired her par.
eats at Yular Saturday and Sunday.
Irvia Akins sad wife and Mr Dan
Fleteher have gone to t e State Fair
at Tamls
8 0. B'rron went to Alachoa on
busriees today
J A Ward has accepted the wood
contreat for r4* A i. K K He
sems to be eljoying his new project.
4d laughter i oun the itek list this
The young foilk enj.yed a esady
pulling at A B. Rnlmsons' a few nl te
sag Everybody aMd a good time
Mia Ils Mikoll went to Alsehua oo
atarday shor pleIl
Zark iRryst esd wife and Miss Eth.
el Wedkins spent Suoday with Mr
aod Mrs W A Bryst
The 8 A I. *rew ,t Iheir breakfast
at Mrs KXdmau'
The Bell school It pfrerlnag l e*y
aoder lhe sk lfel management orf
worthy tseheor. Miea Bell Led U4p.
priletpa., sad Mois Clara Crsby. a*.
NMee J mlTmpki said He. of
Tyltero d aMl as Ia Love and Mne
Ee Iteardrs Jleslapr Lake aste
seoday wfr Mr. Mad Mm tn ," I

A Oeasarese Cauelisyt
It tor 8aierevr tlyisi w, Fe.
lw ow lak lJi, bcGeauae n4is H<
mNW moMpeas b eems selpd Is *way
Pml po Wetlf emhe bad In is. Kis'n
w LU rUls. T y r beii l yrwr
*i^"A oppoe OW U1 son -- a- -l .
6 -f 0 nmsoe49e eier


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do -k
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Of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the
Great Woman's Remedy for Womnan's Ills

*WIUjA UL Irtil i 9 bUiUIIUAuIAUVAit


1ilx Men Brought Up and Proven 7.490,367 Bales Giined Up to
to be the Real Thing. You can depend on Ayer's 'Nov. 14 of This Yea'i' Growth
____ Hair Vigor to restore color to
A~L OF THEM FOUND GUILTY your gray hair, every time. IAUAINST 9.786,600 LAST YEAR
Follow directions and it never -
bryant is Found:Guilty of Cattle Steal- fails to do this work. It stopS Wild Sceneson New York Cotton Ex
ing-The Holloway-Sheats Libel change When Report Was Made Pub-
Suit is on the Calendar for Tuesday. lic at 2 p. m the Price Advancing
Business is Being Rushed. 100 Points in Ten Minutes.
lrrm Tuesday's Daily Sau. fallingofthe hair, also. There's stecia lto The D.u, Su.i
lheeirelst court convened at 9 a. great satisfactioa in knowing INew York, Nov 21 --(n: of the wild-
am. Monday, Jodge Wills presiding. yoU are not going to be disap- et seeD ever witnessed on the New
The jory for the week is as follows: pointed. Isn't that so? York Cotton LExhan'ge .',eurredtoday
JobhOlteen, W. A. Hodson, M. E an upon the readnlg of the government
MY hair fadOd tttit it was about whit. It
Basaklght, 0. A. Bryan, J. T. Rich- took ust one bottle of Alyr's Hair Vior e report showing the number of bales
rtore It to Its fmorr t rk, rich Colnr. Your
a4, B. O. Phipot, D. J. Roland, F. T. llr Vonr eertnle what you t r ned of the present year's growth to
Baker, J. Manning, M. E. Jolly, J. -t."- . oell, I.ekinham. N.C. be only 7.400,867 bales up to November
B. DeU, T. H. Cato. eo r b~. C. 14th, whereas those interetedin keep-
There were a number of oases for il.- or ing down the priee of the staple had
idal selling of intoixieting drinks di. ai predicted that the report would show
posed of and the following were covoTie.- exceeding eight million. As soon as
ted: John Shedd, Jerry Carter, Dan the report was read the bears scram-
dwards, Will Brown, Jodge night -- bled to cover their shortt contracts,
a"d John Holmes. MELROSE MATTERS. while the bulls tore each others'olothes
Amassh Bryant was tried on two -In their wild efforts to get into the
different charges for stealing cattle New Arrivals-Orange Shipment and market before the price advanced too
and eonvieted in both oases. Building News-Wedding. high. Just before the reading of the
It is possible that the Holloway- Melrose,' November J).-The flrpt report May a tton ruled at 10.S7 and in
Sheat eae may come on for trial to- carlogT of oranges from the well a few moment the delivery was up to
day, although it may be settled out known aiwell grove was shipped 11.9 /
of ourt. Saturday. Strange to say lls tovelnmnent re-
The session of the court is proving a Newly registered at the Huffman port "mde public today shows only
rapid one and the eases are disposed House are Miss R. Marshall. Pitsl- 89.t00more bales gitine than th re-
of with much despatch. The -ourt room burg. Pa., and H. Brooks of Philadel- port of the National Ginuerr' Associa-
was well-filled with spectators in the ph, P. Other newly arrived winter tion, whereas two weeks ago the di.
afternoon. visitors are N. Orr. Mrs. A. Treadwell. ference between the two retorts was

Some of Ithe Op()orfJnities Offered
People Hulrirg Bargainrs.
Many of iit. neertI antme of t(aines
vill.e are *tr i 'at s l t Ihn puril*aiut l|'ui, -
lic UI tI I),, fact Ilihnt l lt y or n I ave
mIany dtallore* y lwatehini the adve r.
tislong erulntiiit of Ihr uinn aili Imprvll
Ins the uopprtuaiti s afforded them by
thIee l*@* iichalt to purehelser reasoi
able gooud as reduced prices
&ome of the wioe ones will Say that
the gmod. so offered are from uld *ston
or nothing but trass that they deilre
to work of on the onwary. Hut thil Ie
not the Ifot. as our merehants often
get overloaded with goods and to re-
duese siok laoaugrate the* east-pri f
Amoag the dealers who are lwasa*
giving lbel eOle we note that I'lefer
Broa. of tha New York Ileket ar*
among the oad4re T They not tnly I -
for bargal with goods marked doen.
b6 oo WeddayI lout Inlugurard Ia
aotslom eso wbhir will be a feature of,
bther peetldays from time to i m..


where tli people an bay *t
prieo, anti if you wuold be oa she
for llt these ehanes, warth our advff
tlising columns.
As The Hun one to upwards of I100
peip'r in ithe cominy. it is plain to n
that the merchant who tIakes adviu
gage of itsla lumne nue Ieie t bw l a
eheapelrlt mtliehJ I advrtising tlhee


ILaxativ Fritgr
Plsantto take
The new laxative. Do
not gripe or'naulate.
Cures stomach and liUv
troubles and chrome a*l
Z ~ttion by restoring th
natural action ofthe itos-
ach liver and bowela.
Pr bab by J. W. M(e'Um & Cf.


In airivertliing 1,4 to convince you thatt OLY OUmight to

have a bank acomuft, and tbhtt the rcourit athould b
kept in TH18 BANSK. We offer A 1SOL'TEM SAMIF f

to oulr deimmitom.
Esiwds e we wwih i NEW FIE-PROOF VAULT#
Nw tri* Tim t L*b, krsww.r.w SUR@LA-IPROO
SAL with w 0" 6"" dWiO Firs s1WrBOOM
IUS- yow am a" SW we*pbIpeuis re sfs
sto V.

FOUR PER CENT Interest Paid on T'aE
Dipos itaN -_ .

A11aerhu, 7Forida.

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-1 T'll I ly i

No other female medicnlue iu the wurld ihas rneived such widespread sa
anquallfied endorsement. *
No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles or Bek
hosts of grateful friends as has
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It will entirely oure the worst form of Female Complainta, all Ovuartl
Troulehls. Intliantmatimn aintl Ul'herati iii Fullin nn Ie )l ,elaoement of the
Vnii la. aunl ,oue quent hpinal W\akieikc anid l IH'iuliarly adapted to the
Change' of l.ife.
It haf cured more cases of Itackache iand Lcucorrhlea than any other re*
edy the wt~rldl hina ever kiinowni It it aluieot utfallible In such oases. It
da olves ated l ixpl tulteturr fiounm the Utcrus lu n ealy stage of doe
Tv lh l ent. I
Irregul'lar, Suppressed or I'slnful Menntrustlon, Weakness of the Stoma
Inliu.lion, llolating, lFlhxlin, Nervomn I'rtotration,. Headache, general Dea
lt (i iiukly vIliel to it \Wm>nl, troulitlhe caunluy pain, weight and backache, .
atantly r,:lievedlt and pennlati'ntly curedl by it use. ULnd ir all circumastasaM '
iuvigtratc, tthe fieale system. and IN as hartlcrne as water.
It quiki'kly reiitioves that Ikarin dtow n FeelIng, extre M lasaltude, "d41
cart andl want- lot left-alone fIeliinr, excitability, irritability,
nep lri.zin,-em, Falntness, mlee.plIesners, fitalenCy. melancholy or the "b lusa
andl hea'lac'he. Thew are siure iiediations of Fertsle Weakneass. or ear .
riangetiilnt of the t'terus, whidh ths in edllrlne always oures. Kidney ComiMr j
andl Itackac he. of either *4 thee V'egitable compotind always crea.
Those women whoe refiwi t asevept anything ele are rewarded ad -
thiouIndn tLiit,. for theyv get what they want-a Ours. Mold by
every)~n iers Lefuse all aultitut.e.



I sugg11


nt~ GAIn sV:


i/tt~e j q

ineDeieMbertI 10M.at QrMWi. 1A.,
u=eseol-el master. f, e of Coo
S ofMarbc.h I1V.
S. ..--. .-----. ,..
.&AMhA Every ]#eday i adTharday
at O Gausnil, floW

S.. H. McCREARY. Editor and Publ'r.

TRaMs or BuscalrrTion:
The Twlee-a-Week Brn 11 a year; six
Ionthas,1Oo.; single copies, Sc.
AorarTIrsno ATrs:
Lol advertisements, 15 cents a line
fo t Snt and 10 cents for each addi-
*b aalertion.
Displayed advertisement for three,
aid 12 months at special ates.
= furnished upon application.
Mariage and Death notices lPerted
fes. Obituaries, cents a line.
Oca CLUvgro List.
fth Sun and the Thrice-a-Week
(N.Y.) World one year.........1 66
The Bun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75
'*te Son and the Atlanta (Oa.)
Iemi.Weeklv Journal one year. 1 0


TheB Sn and the Semi-Weekly its of the measure is now gone and any
Times-Union one year........ 1 80 disuasion of it is fotlle. The Sectional
prejudice and sectional interest that Is
I "We will not acept stamps of a so difleul to rise above has now died
Ar1mr denomination than cents. with the paelig of Intrvening time
and the matter ena now receive saner
The growth of Gainesville may nut and more wholesome consideration.
be so rapid as many other ollies in The question now to be considered is
-- lorida, but is as substantial. whether the measure is constittol-
al. The oonstitationallty or the oaeon-
S Rev. Sam Small ays that "man was stitutionality Is not to be deelded
made lower than the angels," as he by any editor nl the State and the dil-
Swa made down here. The Rev. Sam aousloon f this phase of the question
peearally makes staments that he will do no moreShan bring false aad
a; o prove. oought for notoriety to the editor that
wastes his time in so lottle a manner.
S A trong petition will be presented to It is a sel.evident fact that if there
S tvernor Broward to have him appoint is ground fr ltfe opinion that the
K Mi Nellie Myrick of Jacksonville measure is uoonaittutlonal that it
I sety superintendent of public in- should be settled by the Supreme
rsrietoa for Dural, In place of Prof. COort. The 0oonstiution is the supreme
S ley, resigned. law of the State and all measures must
SU be in aeordanee with it. There is not
The United, StaWe Supreme Court a eitisen of Florida who desires to see
h deelded that a wife can sue gam- a measure in operation that is at varl
bleW for mossy lost by her husband, anee witth e constitution of the
Swhib deesilon opholds Ohio's anti. SBtae.
' ub I anrb law. That ought to hold the Further, If the measure be oneoonel*
boys i cheek a little. tutioal ans justice is beialg done the
city of Glaneovllle. Were the Unirer-
rloid I i a great State for politles. sty ao1sllehed and theb the measure
We hai o'st ot settled up witth heold declared unoesstltational a SerioO
Stlallnatlea of Governora Blobham problem would confront the Board of
Ial Jealapbefore we hve esadi. Public Instroetlon and the people of
., Il blo ag up for the executive Florida.
at Governor Broward hM hard- For these reasons The Resord i of
, thd time to get warm. the opialon thbany i atteeks made on
_the merita of th( measure are non
Oallffe, who swiped the $101,000 sensoal and foolish. For the same res-
Iftl the expreo company In Pilts sons we are of the opinion that the bill
berg, gta six years in the penitlnti- should be tested and that whatever the
Iar. He will have time to study where result may be that the people 6f this
. e bid the part of the funds the dete.- State should and will abide by It. The
IYes failed to find, so as to have some- discussion of it will end and Florida's
Sthlg to start with when he comes out. educational facIlities will layal be in a
t- settled oondition.-Bartow Record.
SThere I onl one argument in favor
at lretiniln the present offers of the THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION
I lar leoraoee coipeanie now in of.
S o. They are pretty well flied now It Is a beautiful and time homered
ad would not drain the treasury as custom which *et apart one day ti
Imuh as new ofloeer who woold think each year Rs a day of thanksgiving for
it their duty to line their pockets with the blessiung, material and spiritual,
the oompany money. which we as a people enjoy. The year
-....- now nearing its end has beos fruitful
By the provillone of the Buekma 1In blessings to the people of Florida,
bill the tate Board of donation has thy intellectual and moral uplifting of
been cabled to eopropriate $$1,000 our people to evidenced on very hand
aor to the public schools; yet some ad the great material development of
people *ay that the irew law has not the State is observed ana eummented
bee of benefit to the Btae school eye. upa by all thoughtful rtople ; pre
te, With as high grades in the vil- perity prevails throoghutt the length
large schools as in the large cities, don't and breadth of the State; labor hsI
the people enjoy the twneftfs of the had its full employment; commerce
aew law all over the State? has been in semh volume as to almoe
'choke the channels of trade; no siek.
Finland. which has uwn ifr.*tdom n.s of an epidemic eharaeter has
frie the (Csir. hau sn arr ea it.ul, afl'ted our people, except In one eity
eqaar* miles and a Is,.pulIta n of lad three its ravagea have bean light
1.700000. Fionland war iutudr Swr lih and its pl'rore ls snow most mereifully
rule for I years r y tL hr Irea.ty of sta'ye; lo flood or other great ea-
Frederiekshalu I n it I It. country, lanity has been listed upon os.
was ended to ussa, but it retl ns d 1~ Ther-fire, following the example of
own system of home rule utill tl IN he tl I" 'resident of the United S1ies.
whea the Csar began his pol.y uof re. h, h, pIroclaimed the thirtieth day
preloin. Tre leading export for years of ~vremtr as a daay of prayer and
has been lumberr. la 19u the al.. tf tatksaigk'' to Almighty God the
hais export was 122.,t).mtx The p ,p. ~ "L'er ,,I all t;iod and Preuoos Giftu.
stioe is overshenlmt.gly l.uth ran Nu I Npolteon I Broward. tiowkn rof
igos. th_ h' state or Flonda, do heroby pro-

tam and weo apart Thursday, the
The Natital (trasg. in se n i at thirtieth day of November, A. I). 1t.
AlaStleOltl. N. J ?stulray. by a as Thakegiviag l4ay
stdlag vot adopted a reolutlro "4 that day let all our people see*
whivb wa dered ewant Itleldest W et id hri usual weoeatMoa. and i poeb
bmeemels sasg that the farmern of hle and rivale give thanks to the great
SM see ry wfetl eilter moor* or(' Crtor fur the blealnl we have re.
1 lS hea sqare del The resole eved at !I hands; let oar graltfl
aIN 0 :s: "We oaimstuly and ba rts exlprse thalkfulmew t iaseof
i es"ti eOdonr the maly eloru of ehhant ad bnevoTem toward the
g ralI-t Baelevl to eurn eq lI folertag and iee1dy. li wmidw and or.
S --q-plteaity of tbe divldual td e -e parl, ail tbe uaforatiss y
Splep a imlta the areuasr t pew- alo have cause for Ihauhkulaee and
S f Pstgr ae wealth Irrvai jee*** E M5 .
t pal, please ourlv s Sp.I I swtwi e sy werme I ha orunr--t
peS 6abIW ." WY s Is OW4 *aW d r be a-



If there wa ever a measore of which
it can be truthfully said that it was
caused oad diseumd it is the Booke
man bill. Again it is receiving the at-
tention of the State press and it seems
certain that its constittiontality will
be teted.
The Record was opposed to the pat*
sage of the bill when it came before the
Lerislatore as a radical meooe The
conditions of Florida's edoueaidl lfa-
cilities were not known to em It 'hat
time and this paper' was other
The consolidation of the varloos ed.
ueational institutions tTiroulhoat the
State seemed ecessary. There is hard.
ly a paper ia the State that will not
grant that esth an action was neces-
sary, bot The Record with others co-o
sidered the time f r soah autioe in-
opportune A meuo re of iteh far-
resahing effect should klie been eon
sidered more matorpip sad ahoeld have
been given the eosideration 'of the
people of the State. Instead of such
action the bill was railroaded through
the Legislature.
The time for a dieussion of the iner-


ever been seen in this part of the State.

He expects

now to have his Fall Opening on the 28th and 29th of

this month, and will be glad to have every

and see the pretty goods.

one come in

Watch for his ad. next week.

the great eal of the State of lorida the Islands, by very careful selection, Those hot-headed Cubans have been
at TallaasMes, eopitol, this the produces a cotton for which he finds a living so long in peace and quiet that
14th day of November, A. D. 1900. ready market at 75 cents a pound. they just can't stand it no longer aod
NAPOIAOX B. BROWARD, Probably there are planters of Sea there is trouble brewing. A house ill-
Governor. Island cotton In Georgia and Florida ed with arms and ammunition wa die-
By the Oovernor, atolt: who do make an attempt of seed selee- covered in Havana a few days ago.
H. CLAT OI 9oaRD, tion, but It is doubtS Itf the great!
eretay to State. majority of them are as esofuiJ l mak
ing seleetions of seed as they ought to
SEA ISLAND COTTON. be. Indeed it s a question if they re-
---- alo the importaneoo of belong extreme.
The Savannah Morlg News is de- ly careful In piekiag out the very best Is the best method by which the pro-
votlog mush spae to the Sea Islud eed their fields afford. And It is docers of meats can have them taken
care o. The
eotto lndeetry, and Movember 14th doubtful if the Sea Island rowers- are-e
has an article of msh ilter et on the that I, thoes of Georgia aod Florida- DIAMOND ICE COMPANY
Improvement of this ietal, nl whiob believe that the demand for their cot. Has the most complete plant in 0eon
trial Florida, and the process is the
is says that s is probable tha tohe toS i falling off. It l probable that be for
growers of Sea blalnd astton a their they think that there is a combination Preny rr Meats.
Valdoeta eooveatio will have a Mat- against them for the purpoe1 of get- We solicit patronage and guarantee
ter before them of a maee Impbrtanoe ting their cotton at a lower price. perfect tatisfaeion Meats prepared
as that of organllsag for the purpose of It may be true that there ls a comr. b this procts can also be smoked.
holding oostoa so as to et a better binatloa to beat down the price, but of Diamond Ice Company,
price for It. The mate ila question is that Te know nothing. There is no R B .l. INC O. ,Mgrseaneavl eFlor.
that of improvalg the sottoa so a to good rsa why the growers shouldn't un ... ue.nord
make the demand for it greater. oraniae for the purpose of getting the THE A LAHIA I(E (CON PANY,
It is stated that of the 10,000 bales beet price possible for their product.
of last year's erop a good many thoua but while they are doing that they Alachus, Florida
sands of bales were carried over, be- shouldn't negleet to Improve their cot. Will also put up meate by the same
cause there was o demand for It, not- ton by all means available. It is cer- proce. Leave order at either plase.
withetanding the fast that the price ain that eed selectiol will do more
was low. The claim Ia made that the thla anything oeIe so bring about an -.
Sea Island sooo of OGeorgta %ad Flor. improvement. This is a matter that
ida is etMdilly deotrioraeiId. ad that ooght to be and doubtless will be given .
it is mach leso la favor wlh spulaers very careful eonideraMioe at the Val.-
than it was a few yearn bck. It soeas doea convention. It is possible that
that la asoe nlstanoes Yanoviltb, an more ean be done to raise the price for
Egyptian growth, is prferred to It. Sea Isla d cotton by improving the cot-. W*
ease the waste is mosh lee, and ton than by forming an organization
also bead tche wleght of the bfaggin for holding cotton. There is no rease. BcAU.cll. they are the best
is dedeuted. There ws a time when however, why both means shouldn't
the grower of Sea slated ootto ia be adopted. in the land for the money !
OGe4tia ad Florida hoiup the grade -:-
of thW eotte by meas of fresh ed The county superitendent of, AsKk V, r dealer for the
from the ee Isladso of Somth Care. ehools for Hernando oouty.in reply. .r
line. They* e Dno loear get seed ing to the sarmsem poked as him by "Sf c n1 ,lin1' h1 andl in-
from that snre. The plates of the The Sehool Exposen. very graefully
Islands bave ombiaed to prevent the eept aUl that is aid. but still stick 1 S 0St on Pttin it
(k orgia nd Fttla players from get. to his wte and insisted that in employ- .- -
ting fresh aed Cl theBm. lol anger as teaehen be most know I NOTICZ NR I'm.t'nATION
How thien h grade of the et. something of their past history We I Lt^rI A ,a ,: l,
ton be ipre td? This is a question admire his judgment and he certainly ue I ., ,'r*, te Sow .
which th e lFderal geeremet l o will aot have any objeltionabe teach- me ,ea* tr .a .-p d J: .
dehtakhi tSo a wer threeru Isa exs- e i h ern ad it l rwr "de we
perimewat Ith *Oepemi st tar is - f. .. .. me aI' g Ia*.tDoe
hu enetiblieed near Be kt- r, In There is Os thing ertan and ltht, t, IiL ,,r J.nn.,. Lw. n.
this 8tat. Oi thu fai ter hr bee that the people of Florida will have i H N mo m Ibero t N'w .. ,t Pa..
beeo a gree del ofl ep O tInees tobemore ereafl i lciiseig ***- n l. us w..ut. s
with ued, ead ito hei aeetbM h* ee ben of the LegI lagure. or ele sobmlt u~ esta rererwte upow IS eud ew
eaced tI b mess f oeed oele. the mwenm brought before that bory J t ,or t J s
reaca by w eaa I ftr. a (. Im w
tisr a sa* h iesr aiede atoa f ild so a ist** t of lansigation, t.** (; r af oi je ur&a tJLa.. V*
*otton me be e. lIndeed. the they * up for p e. p La mo OnN. aeO"M..a
l" Is beM- 4M e 0 e0 S041 U1111111114
panteo .i1 O s a ne 1S a -d m--.... -- ..... .. .. -. .. ..-. .. ... .. ....
,a e SeriC Mg U0I0 at a S vi. .
of t p eem of the f tblm bi y I'mbeli bflt9e that are ed-lookbig eno4gh4
Ema" of e9m 4 ali" sto make yoo gled T oWe ihem, toreaB and
It hi wsI "a141 11" 10 1aa i doe" daIebie ou to wilhesaad the iek of I
th te IIoeait of f am IV eqi aw n; s ow eo "WasswM a re
mea e to mae iw s ien ry to w4 at fhell aA
aeeed adrm The it M -PWae hM iI it asM rwete sea m l*. 1 eatb. worth 1A0.
bees g-a y ft n U IO a.90a, me They an maoe of *sra quality of teek
thing as be e ldo me"1 01-a-eshm 1611110011 s vel ras" w.Persoshfmes.
as a o pis l ia -t e 'imrie.lin; oehwith aem. f Wemme Cwmie* l e o.416.
Fea". oe eme oed hod le,; g I e aW*l b. wa a The *s e V' .
,beolb- -~ da. a e"ute St MyLe|
n toW s e M aU lm'indtB ug *ao o ll _

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This space is reserved for H. C. STEVENS, Jeweler

of High Springs, Fla.

Mr. Stevens has just moved into new quarters, so

That he would have a better chance to show off his

stock which he is continuously increasing, and will

have one of the finest lines of Xmas Goods that has




AB f WledsMdiy Afternoon Was
Splt Tring to Secure Jury.


ft Order of Court a Special Venire of
T*nty Was Drawn From Box and
Cas .WI be Resumed Today-Other
Transactkmr of the Court.

The priaipal business to come be.
fore the eirolit court Wednesday wai
the eae ofthe State vs. William M.
Holloway, charged with criminal libel
The eae was originally set for 9
o'clock ln the morning, but at the
convenig of the court was postponed
outil 2 o'clock.
Promptly at that hour the docket
was sooeded, and all parties an-
nooneed ready for trial. The court
room was sot unusually crowded, as
was expeetod would be the case,
which was evidence of the fact that
this famouu ease had lost the original
interest which it commanded.
The afternoon was spent in securing
a jury, aad only five were selected.
The panel having become exhausted,
thesheriffand clerk, by order of the
court, drew from the box a special re.
aire of twenty names for this case, as
John B. Polk, C. A. Williams, C. D.
Wood, J. P. Joaes, L. Guthrie, A T.
Kelley, W. D. Tillman, A. R. Kelley,
M. Olemmons. D L. Graham, J. C.
Bailey, M. W. Danforth, J. C. Martin,
M. N. May, J. E. Griffith, W. H.
Boone, W. O. Dampier, J. F. Beck, W.
0. Liadsay and J. W. May.
Those selected Wednefday afternoon
were W. A. Hodson, J T. Richard, F.
T. Baker, Jr., J. M. Manatuf, M. E
Min Lois Hale was sworn in rs ste.
omrapher nl this eae.
Bobert Davis was sworn in as as-
. Ilatnt State's attorney, but has no
easosestoe with the Holloway case.
By leave of the court Hon. Benj. P.
ulhe State's attorney, filed the
flowing information:
baty va. Charley Roberts, selling
lOer an a dry county, two indict-

IStte vs. Jollus Wahington, selling
lease i a dry county.
The following eases were brought up
and djposed of
tate vs. John Williams, aMaolt, ap-
pal from justice court dismissed.
tate ve. Moses Williams et al., a-
unlt, appeal from justice court dis-
*to vs. James R. Smith, assault,
appeal dismissed.
State vs. Ben MeNish, appeal dis-
8-ae vs. James Pelbam, appeal dis-
SlaSt vs. Holes Dorey, selling
tl -Ia a dry oooty, nol prossed.
,lt vs. Charley Robinson, selling
A--r l a dry c sonty, aol promsed.
at v Oharley Robieoma, selling
Or Ito adry eouaty, Dol pread.
IO adJosoonedl still o'clock this

Oasea who was eonvieted of
Vi8Ll-MMe r Bt Aolussine, waa
I a-Meeoa fr two year.

I U ~., - ._-. ...- -

Tha's our kMe giLt.

Can mO od 1 1 SL O.shPo
'Lr TYI Rem

Pe-ru-na Used In Thousands
of Homes.

Ex-Govermr lso Siarp
hSAAC SHARP, ex-Governor of Kan-
sas, in a lctteo from 12Y7 I St., N. IE.,
Wa-hincton, I). C., writes:
ca .earnestly rectooaa d your
Peruna as aa exceUent satk. Its
reputation a a Cere A catarrh Is
firmly established by y friends, who
hasve beea bnefted by Its me, and the
public sboud khow Its wremt curative
qualifies. "-luac Sharp.
Mr. James Currie, a prominent mer-
chant of Montreal, Can., writes from
lal Notre Dame St., as follows:
I have used your Peruna for catarrh
and find it an excellent remedy fior
coughs and colds."-James Currie.
If you do not derive prompt and ratin-
fai tory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
tw pIleaed to give you his valuable ad-
V'e' gratin.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
Ti li artman Panitarium,('olum itu,O.
1i ri- r'.",oindeuce held oonfidentiaL

Business Items and Personal Notes
From This Section.
Loehlooea, November 22 -J. P.
Tompkins has left for Silver Springs,
where he will take the Job of laying
A. T. Gore left Monday for Mead-
ow, where he will take the Job of
laying three miles of tramroad for
Davis & Company.
0. A. Singletary of Osineville has
shipped his household furniture here
and his family will come nl a few
Robert J. Tompkins rolled in Sunday
morning from Leeubrg, where he has
been for quite awhile in the wheel.
wright and blaeksmlthlg bueinees. He
expeste to loeste here.
W. P. Ooehran of Lakeland is visit-
ing his mother, Mrs. Mary Coehran,
who Is quite ill.
Some of the people are dome griad-
ilaoae Ia tbhi e etion, while some
have ot started.
B. A. Adklas of Tyler wae up 8sartr
day to ee the last remalas of hie
mother, but came too late.

Everylby Knows


Sent Up For Stealing-Other Local
Newsand Personal items.
Alachua, Nov. 22 -Mrs. Emory is at-
tending the Fair at Tampa.
Prof. DeLand has resigned a, prin.
ciral of the school at Forest Grove and
has accepted a position with the Bank
of Alachua.
The city council hatjnooght five car-
loads of rock, which are being used on
the main streets of the town.
The number of bales of cotton gunned
here this season falls short abit 250
bales over the same period for last
season. About 2,000 bales harv been
ginned up to date.
Carlyle Dupuis has accepted a posi.
tion with Jones, Maynard A Jones.
T. H Cato and M. H. DeLand are
attending court at Galnesville this
W. M. Thomas visited Ga inerille
Master Bernays and Miss Constance
Bishop are attending the State Fair.
Rev. Mr. Norsworthy of .Mlennapy
closed his meetings here last Sunday.
He was very successful in his efforts.
R A. Turner has returned from a
trip to the coast.
Taylor Morgan, colored, wcs con.
evicted in Judge Caswell's court Satur.
day, on the charge of stealing cotton
and fined $82 and costs, or 60 days in
the gang. The flne was paid.
A Salvation Army band has been
holding meetings on our streets this

Dissolution of Co-Partnershlp-Oth
News and Personal items.


Arredondo, Nov. 22.-W. J. Jones of
the firm of Venable & Jones is visiting
his mother at Hutherland.
The firm of Venable & Swearingen,
by mutual consent, will dissolve part.
nership about the lst of December.
Mr. Swearingen will coatiue the busi-
ness at Kanapaha. Mr. Venable will
make his residence at Sampson City.
Evans Halle has fenced his land
holdings in this vicinity.
The ease grinding and syrup making
machines are in full operation here.
The product is the finest there has
teen for years.
Naval store, lumber and wood op-
erstors are taxed to the limit with
The health of the community is per.
feet-not a single cae of elcknes any-
where within a radios of six miles.
Weather conditions are almost per.
feet, Rain would be appreciated.
Mrs. W. T. Cheeaostle spending a
few days at the Ohebnut place as the
guest of Mr. T. W. Ohosnut.
John Holly hab sold his stock of
goods to Monroe Venable
Walter Haile has returned to Jack.
sonville, after an enjoyable visit at the
Ohonut place s a gueet of Mrs. T. W.
Ohea ut.
Bueinees and collections are gener.
ally good.
Miss E. V. Smith ha asespted a po-
sition as prineipal of the UnOlo Grove
George Smith is keeping the books
and managing the comtssary of the
Venable A Sweariegen Company.
J. E. Wiggleworth of Palmer is run.
aing eeral otetos gins, a gret mill,
as will begia work on the reie erop
is a dtor tie S






orn so0Fe a a

To Arrive


Major Thomas is nqc

in Kentucky selecting a

Car of Fine Horses and


We :are experier

ncetd buyers \We know what

our people need. We never srll a Horse, Mule,
Buggy or HarneOs without, our guarantee, aud
you know what our gtuarantlee means-money
back if not istisfied. Could we do more? Come
to see us this week and see a c ir of ine Mules and



The question Rendere reliable ervoees of eegry sort along the line of
of Title the Land Titles In the ti*t of Florida, particularly
Alsehus county.
first coneid-

PEKCIALTIENtI Abtraret eo Titleel TaI Male I hMreh
era:ion f o r il~Agets lb Nealrld. lad Owmesn PI i Cof amts,
the investor. Toewi Etc.
Kefereaes, Fir t National Bank of O(JU teville HI V
Dotton & Co., Bankern.


Will Appear t the Opera House Neat
Tuesday Night.

Manager Layton should be congrat*
ulated on snoring so good "a atirae-
tion for nezt Tuesday sight as "A
Brasay Time." If he always books as
good aa attraction as thil theo asne.
ment loving people of (ilameeville will
have no eauee to eomplagn
Wherever this company hba appear.

No 41. Melrse No k. k 1Hilll No.
N, Hawthorn lo ljI, Island (Orove
No. 136.
Duriesg he eonuvnlion, wheh will
laIt for three days, she various dea r.er
of the order will be esemplflied. M,1,st
Worshipful (lransl Maser (4harl-. W
Johnson. f Jeakseuvillle ad Iart
O(iranl Waeter Marnus nodel of ,'le
eily renlt Itui them oumitleM obn work,
whiel i a oesieleat( guarantee thae she
woark will to properly asd imprel.,ve-
ly vi*nmptled

ad thia season the preea and Pablie he. 'a erg. s~sedaof e snd Pn"Ifuaost'e
be"s umuineoos is proloueaelll ltheyr 14 1t I 06 1aieipted.
Perferr ase.e the bees ever seen "A
Oreexy Time" is an three sats, hC ho pi t,, W.5
ef Ieblsh Wsoiaigbi that it is lardlI, Si,: is olhrb give1 that o W I.-
~are .. v 11th. lE as ehletl0 of Ihe
weeth meatk1slmg. alihr~oh e l St *i 'h4kLrft f s the Fel Fnride T IV.
has beem happir imprreuriaad 1wi w I ,hues* f gpest wall be bel t i&.for.
erytheag that ises aew ark.1 'is,-t-t.fmRoe n in 0iaeeulle, V.loria, ha,0 the
oMoludieg aus' sonte (I trro Mir' purpes10 Iet Muti 64) 2ifSF1e theeaem,4
.@$@set 6peealisaee.all I aK01.fu. it III*- :61 0scoek froM ,.,. 4112ICH60.b'l IP 1.1
so Tweat.bevoThsooaa..a Ihllac. I
tredused lo sa 55* Sf1 tll Itp -s 6 a1 she 1`4 46m0 a0 d p4 a ,A1
gitleste inatifr I be stwaee.slot she dThe64u of0 s
The mut uf "A l$prsy I a" a-m *bdS f A0`14 V lopit rher.
11111101 okloite the Pe of e4. f'1-f tor read *U wh bi the re$ oovals., Moes
the furot-"'Jt alifste s IAI eoiefDo a otlabi lity .ebSews *. wI is Pfrt"
She faire. sl e dy s( 'rO tagwr I11 the ?boomd Iel&lAsP"
abile' to dopisg na An* and artsn TWis tb bday.1o Il Nembeebr.,
lber ChoSee ly -draw race~rets"is y (o Vlks, U
Mie, the feasit of all "~iood..
se.reel se ga"I a PI MPto aU W W
A;. rae ei.
Ws Ckeastpi e i Yis Me YWai0 This
eassMag- -Me Mossteme gm. d.
T%. ra cirtef. ,1 f Me-.11
see. ..wst ICerae6u. wrl t
le00., gleS iiiepesy 04104f9I I add
vewe .. 0 w ball sbs. ev.W
tiW A. M, Ushoom prisdidsif
lb.1t ebe repm
MMO M am Wad Os 10. Ai
I W IL. U. Sms 3,e 30. Gu'


Gainesville, Florida.

The That m k gl h To.

We ivel a thang away. We have so premium to off-r yoo
adisee yoe to boy frm ue. Our goode evll spop their
merit. ad If the qallty doe's oult o oeem the goods beek
and we will OeeerfellyI sroad poor moseb Whas is speas
foe presmla by other lrm so get Iso buy their whis.
kes Is put la qen0 ty of oWads with as. It's airfht if y e
are l eta iar f eeo me s ad free whiskey. but f ist Pare
UCadaeimted W6hkey ye wates. the* es l

4 BMM f Od Nlif x $4.20




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he,/ //, un

3i1he seeuber si. oe, ats htweo 'v..
S. astor ef t of Co-
age of web IS- M- ..

4IM ddhed Emy Mardy mn Thrsday
at Galaivlle, Flids

.W, H. McREARY. Editor and Publ'r.

TaxMa or BnacarrIloTN:
The Tw ieMa-Week BSv $1 a year; six
Saon(tha, boo.; single copies, c.
L AvtasTrsIro RATI :
L. e a dvertisements, 16 cents a line
6e tk I andU d 10 cents for each addi-
I lae rton .
; Xhlayed advertisements for three,
& uid 2I months at special rates.
1M l tfiornmihed upon application.
Marrise and Death notices inserted
I S. Obituaries, b oent a line.

OR O CLUosarn List.
fith Sun and the Thrice-a-Week
(N. Y.) World one year.........$1 6
Tk BSn and the Atlanta ((s.)
Weekly Oonstitution one year.. 1 7
Athe Bn and the Atlanta (Ga.)
-el.WIekl Journal one year. 1 80
The San and the ,emi-Weekly
STmee-Union one year....... 1 60

I W e W will not accept stamps of a
g ~ r denomination than 2 cents.

The growth of Gaineevllle may not
be o rapid as many other cities in
. ]iorlda, but is as substantial,

Rev. Sam mall says that "man was
oade lower than the angell" as he
was made down here. The Rev. Sam
pleerally makes statements that he
an prove.

A Strong petition will be presented to
Okevrnor Broward to have him appoint
kMie Nellie Myriok of Jacksonville
4ee sty superintendent of public In*
t Streeon for Duval, in place of Prof.
Uey, reigned.

S Th United. States Supreme Court
", Mbi edeed that a wife oana se gam*
blem for mosey lost by her husband,
WIc deelion opholds Ohio's santi.
p baliln law. That ought to bold the
Sboey la heek a little.

Florida Is a great State for polities.
We h ae't got settled up with the old
dJlaleatratMons of Gorernors Blobham i
t4 Jeahlaa before we have eandl
dasbobblag up for the executive
fl t Governor Breward h as ard-
lyI d time to et warm. t

0oliffe, who swiped the O$101,00
tfs the express company In Pitts.
barg. gete ix years In the penltenti. s
Uy. He will have time to study where r
be hid the part of the funds the detee.
tle failed to find, so as to have some- d
thi to start with when he eomes out. m

There is only one argument in favor
of retainlae the preat offleers of the
laIr iooranee eompaeies now in of.
"e. They are pretty well fixed now
snd would not drain the treasury as
eeh as new ofseeor who would think
It their duty to line their pocket with t
the company money.
-- - -
By the provisions of the luekman
bill the 4tate nBard of Edoeation has t
beeo enabled to appropriate t1i.,000
more to the public schools; yet some a
people *ay that the new law has not
bee of benefit to the State eshool sys
tea. With as high Irades iL the vil- I
Iae schools as in the large cities, doi't a
te people enjoy the twbnrtfl of the h
new law all over the State?

Finland, which has wn fr'.domii
from the Caar. has an area of 142.u)>
eqeare mile and a Itpiullatoni of
l.T,000. Finland was uuder Sw*,llsh
rule for 600 year. Jy Ithe traty f
Fredertekshama in IM It cto ntry
wasa eded to Russia, but it rir aitd itr
own system of home rule uliil stl lkto
whea the Csar began his pol t'I of r,.
Sp ee)ion Tie leading export for years
as been lumber. In 19KA) the valir ot
Shis export w as t.;n1t).~c Ti'1'e p.
S atkoa is overheilnigatly .utheran in

The Nadonal iraege tin o osun at
AStan e Otty. N. J 'aturdai. ty a
sa-dinl voke adopted a reolulion
Whibh was eldered ea t to lrveident
O oe vel stola that the farmers of
bis maoitey war( either more sor
I| s mthaa aqare deal The rveola-;
al s say: "We assaimo)Sly and i
beanitly endore the manly elort. of)

p etaaelity of the ladivldnal sad .e.-
m lpeqe alat a the anqnet pew.

el p g, we pledge oiseluves eso.
~peeshbb *usw."


If there was ever a measure of which
it can be truthfully said that it wai
"cussed" and discussed it is the Boelr
man bill. Again it is receiving the at
mention of the State press and it seem
certain that it4 consittiionality wil
be texstd
The Record was opposed to the pse.
page of the bill when it came before the
Legislature as a radical mlarl The
conditions of Florida's edouatid)1 fa.
cilities were not known to as at that
time and this paper' was in othet
The consolidation of the various ed.
ucational instltutions throughout the
Siate seemed necessary. There is hard.
ly a paper is the State that will not
grant that sueh an action was neces.
sary, but The Record with otheracon-
sidered the time for sooh action in-
opportune A measure of Iech far-
reaching effect should iave been eon-
sidered more matuorpa sad should have
been given the consideration of the
people of the State. Instead of such
action the bill was railroaded through
the Legislature.
The time for a diseuwsion of the iner-
its of the measure is now gone and any
diseuasion of it is fotile. The seotional
prejudice and sectional Interest that i
so difficult to rise above has now died
with the passing of intervening time
and the matter ean now receive saner
and more wholesome consideration.
The question now to be considered is
whether the measure is eonstitution-
al. The oonstitutionallty or the onooun
stitutionality is not to be decided
by any editor In the State and the dis-
oausion of this phase of the question
will do no more.than bring false aod
sought for notoriety to the editor that
wastes his time in so lotile a manner.
It Is a self-evident fact that if there
is ground for the opinion that the
measure is unconstitutional that it
should be ettled by the Supreme
Court. The constitution is the supreme
law of the State and all measures must
be In accordance with it. There is not
a altisen of Florida who desires to see
a measure nl operation that is at varl.
ance with the constitution of the
Further, If the measure be oneousti-
totional an lanjutiee it being done the
city of Galanerille. Were the Unlrer-
lity eeabliahed and then the measure
declared uoneostitutional a sarioas
problem would coenfroe the Board of
Publle Instroetion sad the people of
For these reaons The Record Is of
the opinion thai any astteks made on
the merits of tbh measure are non*
esnalcal and foolish. For the same roe-
Ions we are of the opinion that the bill
should be tested and that whatever the
result may be that the people of this
tate should and will abide by it. The
dlisoeuon of it will end and Florida's
dnesational facilities will again be in a
settled condition.-Bartow Record.


it is a Ieautiful and time honored
custom which sets apart one day is
rach year as a day of thanksgiving for
itle blesitus, material and spiritual,
which we as a people enjoy. The year
now nearing it end has boee fruitful
in blessings to the people of Florida,
thp intellectual and moral upllftina of
our p,.ople to evidenced on every hand
tnd the great material development of
the Siate i, ,observed and euamented
jpoa by all thoughtful people; pros-
erirty prevails throughout the length
bnd breadth of the State; labor has
iad its full employment; commerce
has teen in sueh volume as to almost

choke the channels of trade; no esek.
n.we of au epidemic character has
aftlcht.d our people, except la one eity.
and there its ravages have beae light
und its prtoir*eta now most naerifully






This space is reserved for H. C. STEVENS, Jeweler

of High Springs, Fla.

Mr. Stevens has just moved into new quarters, so

That he would have a better chance to show off his

stock which he is continuously increasing, anl will

have one of the finest lines of Xmas Goods that has

ever been seen in this part of the State.

He expects

now to have his Fall Opening on the 28th and 29th of

this month, and will be glad to have every

and see the pretty goods.

Watch for his ad. next week.

the great eal of the State of Florida the Islands, by very careful election.
as Tallehabe, bhe capitol, this the produees a cotton for which he finds a
14th day of November, A. D. 1906. reqdy market at 76 cents a pound.
NAPOLuOi B. BnowAnD, Probably there are planters of Sea
k Governor. Island eotton in Georgia and Florida
By the Oovernor, test who do make an attempt of seed selec-
H. CLAT O w9acaD, tion, but It is doubtful if the great
Sereary of State. majority of them are as ocaeful ia mak-
ing selections of oeed as they ought to
SEA ISLAND OOTTON. be. Indeed t is a question if they re-
alise the importance of being extreme.
t e Savannah Morun*e News i de- ly careful In picking out the very best
voting mob spae to the ea Island meed their fields afford. And it is
cotton ladsotry, and on November 14th doubtful If the 8ea Island growers-
has an artileo of mush interest on the that Is, those of Georgia and Florida-
Improvement of this stagl, In which believe that the dJmand for their cot-
it says that Is lI probable that the toa s falling of. It is probable that
growers of Bea Island cotton as their they think that there is a combination
Valdoeta convention will have a mat* against them for the purpose of get-
ter before them of as moeL Impbrtance ting their cotton at a lower price.
as that of organizing for the purpose of It may be true that there is a corm-
holding cotton so as to get a better bioatioa to beat down the price, but of
price for It. The maier In question is that we know nothing. There is no
that of improving the cotton so as to good rase why the growers shouldn't
make the demand for it greater. otnlase for the purpose of getting the
It is stated that of the 105,000 bales best pries possible for their product.
of last year's crop a good mayo thou- but while they are doing that they
sands of bales were carried over, be. shouldn't negleet to improve their cot.
eaue there was no demand for it, not- ton by all mean available. It is cer.
wihstmading the feet that the price tai that seed seleetioa will do more
wea low. The claim is made that the thba anything elae to bring about an
Sea Island cotton of Georgia sad Flori Improvement. This is a matter that
ida is steadily deteriorating. ad that ought to be sad doubtless will be given
It is mueh less ai favor wth spinnen very careful eonsideratioe at the Val-
than It was a few oyearsbek. It eems dtoea convention. It is possible that
that no some instance Yanovitsh, an more an be done to raise the price for
Egyptian growth, is preferred to It. Sea Island cotton by improving the cot.
beeanse the waste is much lee, and ton than by forming an organisation
also becauee the weight of the Iaggliag for hold ag cotton. There isno remain.
is deducted. There was a time when however, why both means wouldn't
the grower of Sea Island cotton in be adopted.
O(owta aad Florida kept op the grade --
of the. cotton by means of fresh seed The eounty superintendent of
from the lea slaads of Sooth Care- echoole for Hernado eoooty, in reply.
lima. Theyo'ea no longer get *eed inl to the sarcam poked at him tby
from Utat eore. The pla ter of he The Sehool Expoeent. very graneflly
Islalad have combined to prevent the accepts all that is said, but still stickL
(iorit sad Florida plasters from got- to his text and inaiest that in employ.
tiag fresh eoed (o :them. llg s anger as tsehere he must know
How thea e thbe grade of the eot. something of their past history We

tayred; ro flood or other great as. ton be improved? This is a question
latinly has been eislied upon uS. which the Federal geveremeat l en-
rherffore, following the example of dehakllg to enswer through It esx-
It' )'rcidellt of the United 4Statee perimestaal the experlmeat farm i
*l, hs proclaimed the thiltieth day has eMabltehed near BSleasar. In
,f SNovemtwr as a day of prayer and s'to Sate. Os th farm there has
It-rksKiit a to Almighty God the been a great deal of exiperOieting
t.ir o,f all tMOod and Prreouas Oifts, withe m4. ad the eonelestem has bees
I Naltleon It Broward. (iorverof r ehbed ta byt mesae eo ed e le.
It, state o f lorr, do hereby plse tUio a ms i er gradeef ea bletaUd
r!am t aid sI spart Thursday. the eo tiambegwa. Isdeed.theeplm-
it ,rtirth day of Xovenotir. A 1) 19tl. la Is heM th4 the Se la-ad eoto
t. Thanksgiv ita lis plaPI esen of Oema a-s elrda ea
,ot that lay let all our people se* -makehe-- -5 e-tles~ ei-emwt
rped thrft usual vweations. and iL peb- o the pfrW m th ha Ilald0 by
lie iad t-rivate ive t hanks to the great ee ofse ae"d ae essa.
trvator for Ihe bleeWaie we ave r*e- It well b o what b b e done
weave at II, hands. let oer ggieful la ite el0tlesi O f eeae 9 me-W of
hearts exifrve thankf ulmeee IsMa eiof 4 ase wese. The yloM p P ae* h
chartly sa.d beLevalee towIrd the bees g-ealy toMS Wd. It maae
saulerisg ad teedl. the widow ad thitg as be doe w ith ga th1- eso-
phae. at ihe** ustor usate may (oe thi e is ow n tla lt- d to
also bhav cause for thankfulnessma leeids. Asa o 1 a11M e~e-af-p1l
*1jloi eus to the Seablm- eM e mI
aI tesalty whereof I have heresate to este te b0"
* .,MWa lad lan asled t e be d L p 1 41 1 A1 111 ~ S
HI V 1 I~LI~ ~ ~ 2*-

admire his jodgmeat aad he certainly
will not have any objeetionab't teach-
er if he can avoid it.

There is oue things ctin, and that
is that the people of Florida will have
to be more careful is electing mene.
beon of the egiesature. or els submit

one come in

Those hot-headed Cubans have been
living so long in peace and quiet that
'they just can't stand it no longer aod
there is trouble brewing. A houe fill-
ed with arms and ammunition wasdie-
oovered in Havana a few days ago.

Cold Storage
Is the best method by which the pro*
ducers of mea can have them taken
care of The
Has the most complete plant in 0e0-
tral Florida, and the process is the
best for
Prserving Meats.
We solicit patronage and goaranft
perfect atisfaoedon Meats prepared
y this process can also be smoked.
Diamond Ice Company,
R. B LI V INGST'oN. Mer., .;anesr/ue, Florida

Alachua, Flerida
Will also put up meats by the same
process. Leave orders at either place.

-'--g -s

Beca~ se they are the best
in the land for the money t

Ask your dealer for the

"Sunny ,J in" Shoe and in-
sistt on igtttfn it

N 'T F.t PR pIu(' ATION
t..wr rfc a t.aM!tc Tll)e. PI.,
Sma et cn ?,I't" r. or t -tr Ct i m. e.
game,! et r ,.., 0.1. hi; sc 1 S i SMl
Ibut likl lr,> i U, B MiP b*fie 3u

LI 1H*4. Jrr.ir.r. LaCe Fa
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kid N, 3 3r1 r "r ; So. "4..
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JeVWrt r '.. 9 0z4&ad ell't,{

o smmittee of inwee5iooo, I.*. J. Cjrr't .; "g L b-
to" te y"me up for pase. rd 'A WRIN

SSonwici Umlbilels at I Sevia.
labrelle that are ood-look al euool
to make yee gMtd r o nen them,. nrol s d
Sderable ewegh to withstad the attek o
Seqmseeta storm; old at so low a pri
as to mae I NosMelry lto add a full 1"do to
ta to aea s0 rea lise. -I I k, fwotn h ..
They a anof e tratm qa'ity of &a
---i T Ia steel rmDe: .(anc tfeai:.
ebel-rseli; eethk with a se. Weas te beemlees U-40l .
wbe are leaned aI; *1 es. worth 0. The I oa Um-
lles ue 5-lseh, wth mamma h aws a vauy of "stye

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AhD of Wdnday Afternoon Was
Spet Trying to Secure Jury.

By Order of Court a Special Venire o
Tbenty Wa Drawn From Box an
Ca& WII be Reaumed Today-Other
Transaction of the Court.
The principal business to come be
fore the eireoit court Wednesday w.a
thenaseof the State vs. William M
Holloway, charged with criminal libel
The ease was originally set for
o'clock in the morning, but at the
convening of the court was postponed
ontil 2 o'olock.
Promptly at that hour the docket
was ooaded, and all parties an-
nouneed ready for trial. The court
room was not unusually crowded, as
was expected would be the case
which wasaevidence of the fact thai
this famous ease had lost the origl.al
interest which it commanded.
The afternoon was ipent in securing
jury, and only five were selected,
The panel having become exhausted
the sheriff and clerk, by order of the
court, drew from the box a special ve.
mire of twenty names fur this case, as
John B. Polk, C. A. Williams, C. D.
Wood, J. P. Jones. L. (uthrie, A T.
Kelley, W. D. Tillman, A. R. Kelley,
M. Olemmons. D L Graham, J. C.
Bailey, M. W. Danforth, J. C. Martin,
M. M. May, J. E. Griffith, W. H.
Boooe, W. O. Dampier, J. F. Beck, W.
0. Lindsay and J. W. May.
Thoee selected Wedned'y afternoon
were W. A. Hodson, J T. Richard, F.
T. Baker, Jr., J. M. Manafti, M. E
Miss Loli Hale was sworn in is ste.
mographer In this ease.
Bobert K. Davis was sworn in as as.
. sosat State' attorney, but has no
eoooetton with the Holloway ease.
"y leave of the court Hon. Benj. P.
OIa-os. State's attorney, filed the
following information:
Base vs. Charley Roberts, selling
BqlOIor aa dry county, two indict.
'\ Meam vs. Jullos Washington, selling
liello a a dry county.
The following eases were brought up
ad diaposed of:
tate vs. John Williams, assaolt, ap.
peal from Jostioe court diamilaed.
aste vs. Moses Williams et al as.
maall, appeal from justice court die.
iate re. James R. Smith, assault
Appll dismissed.
S~lS v. Ben McNiih, appeal dis.
S.te vs. James Pelham, appeal dis-
8 tW vs. Holmes Dorsey. selling
gJl er l a dry county, nol proased.
, ..le es. Charley Robinoun, selling
'1- r la a dry ooounty, ol proceed.
SState v. Oharley Robineoo, selling
E- Joee a dry oouety, sol proved.
SgOMadjoore d mtill 9 o'clock this

tam Oeeool, who was eonvleted of
.-hsl l rat Ns. Augrusine, wI
L fo wo years.

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That's out long suit.
Cwl SLOrn (AO 1" 1"6 Gow
WIU old Cok Cy u p
~~Wdh This SPsUL

EvErybWy Knows


Thn That k k H Sitoo

We sive sothig away. We have so premlume to oflr yoo
tO Ido M o7 sto boy fr m so. Our -pade ll epop their
merit. aud if th qallty ds'Sl suts o iseed e goods bk
and w will beorflly refoad yoor moey WhsM b s(pe*
for pfemium hby oer IrFm op IGeo yoto y sheir whb*
Liw to put is qleality f od1 eith so. I'* sariges if yfe
are eekil for preemlf m. mad free wtJshe bt if is to Pr*e
Cmadhde se.d Whishel y rues. thee ede r

4 tl t f Od Illu Iax $420

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Pc-ru-na Ued InmThousands Newsand Personal Items.
or HomeAlachua, Nov. 22 -Mrs. Emory ii at.
tending the Fair at Tampa.
B |BRrbf Prof. D)Land has rPsigned ai prin.
Spiral of the school at Forest Grove and
has accepted a position with the Bank
of Alaehua.
The oity council hasjoMght five car-
Sl**' I loads of rock, which are being used on
the main streets of the town.
d 1The number of bales of cotton ginned
r her this season falls shor bt but 250
bales over the same period for last
Ss eason. About 2,000 bales havr been
ginned up to date.
V / Carlyle Dupuishasscepted a posi.
tion with Jones, Maynard & JIoes.
T. H Cato and M. B. DeLand are
I Iattending court at Gainesville this
W. M. Thomas visited Ga'nrsville
t IMaster Bernays and Miss Constance
Bishop are attending the State Fair.
t .Rev. Mr. Norsworthy of Micanopy
s ~ losed his meetings here last Sunday.
He was very sueoeraful I his efforts.
t R A. Turner has returned from a
trip to the coast.
STaylor Morgan, colored, was con.
evicted in Judge Caawell's court Satur.
I day, on the charge of stealing cotton
Cx-ovirno"r Is la. se and fined $82 and costs, or 60 days in
SISAAC SHARP, ex-Governor of Kan- the gang. The fine was paid.
S. so, in a letter from127 I Nt., N. E., A Salvation Army band has been
, Wahin.ton., D.C., writes: holding meetings on our streets this
"I can.earnesty recommeandyour week.
Peruna as an excellent onic. Itrs
reputation as a cu for catArrh Is ARROND AAIRS
firmly tbls by ds, who ARREDONDO AFFAIRS.
ve been kenefited by Its use, and the
public Ahould know ts great curetlve Dissolution of Co-Partnership-Other
quallfies. "-IslacSharp. News and Personal Items.
.Mr. James Currie, a prominent mer- Arredondo, o. 2.- . Jones o
chant of Montreal, Can., writes from Arre.-
Irvcts Notre Dame St., as follows: the firm of Venable & Jones is visiting
** I have used your Peruna for eatarrh his mother at oStherland.
and find It an excellent remedy for The firm of Venable & Swearingen,
coughs and cold.."-James (urrie. by mutual consent, will dissolve part.
If you do not derive prompt and l atil- norship about the lit of December.
fa, t.or results from the use of Ieruna, Mr. 8wearingeo will ootlnue the busi-
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a nose as Kanapaba. Mr. Venable will
full statement of your ase and he will make his residene at Sampeon City.
It, pleaed to give you his valuable ld- Evans Hail. has fe"" ed his land
I I IEvans Hallet M has fIeed his land
vi-- gratis.
Address Dr. HIartman, President of holding ino bhis vinlty.
Th.. II artman Manitarium,(Columiu.. nO. The eaoe grinding sad syrup making
Srl c,, r-.."p.nd.uce held confidential. machine are in flol operation here.
S. __ .. The product is the flaet there has
LOCHLOOSA LACONIC. been for years.
Naval stores, lumber and wood op-
Business Items and Personal Notes oertors are taxed to tbe limit with
From This Section. businole.
S .. .. November The health of the community is per.
Loeloos, Novemotbor 22- J. P....
feet--not a single oe of esehkness any*
Tompkins has left for Silver Springs, here within rds of i
w ..herehei.l where within a radio* ofe Mis miles.
wbhre be will take the job of layng Weather eoditlons ate almost per.
i fe et. RBa would be pproeeland.
A. T. Gore left Monday for Mead. e. Rain woul be apm l d.
ow where he will take the lob of W. T. hest spen
laying three miles of tramroad for fw d as hea
Davis & Company. goes of Mun. T. W. Oeisnu.
A. Singly of Gainevile John Holly has sold his stock of
G. A. Siotngletary of Oal*e*vlle ha .. ...
shipped his household furniture here goods to Monroe Venable
Indhi f nily will oe rn afew IWalter Hale has returned to Jack.
and hi fonville, after an enjoyable vist at the
Robert J. Tompkins rolled la Sunday OCheet plu e ms a goet bf T. W.
morning from LeeIburg. where he has o nut.
beenfor quite awhile n the wheel. B d ol on are genre.
iily good.
wright and blah smltbhing business. He ally O.
expect o loete here. Miss E. V. smith hb aseeptd a po.
W P. Ooehran of Lakellad is visit. iton as prinelpal of the Unlo OGrove
ing blm mother, Mrs. Mary Coehran, school.
who to qolue ll. eorge Smith is keping She books
o of the people are doe grid. sad mana g te l omir of h
ing o@ae In tbia Metion, while come Vonable A Sweri.en Company.
have ot started. J. B. Wigleworthb of Palmer is run.
B. A. Adkles of Tyler was up atuor. InJI eoero l eotse glin, a gr It mill,
day to see the laet remalon of bload will bek s work to the ree crop
mother, but came too late. a al orr1 limee.


To Arrive


Major Thomas is nqc

in Kentucky selecting a

Car of Fine Horses and


We are experienc-d buyers We know whlit
our' people need. We never sell a Horse, Multe,
Buggy or Harnesi wit.lt ouri guarantee, rall
you know what our giurantee meant'-noney
back if not satisfied. Couili we do more Come
to see us this week and see a c ir of fine Mulos and

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Gainesville, Florida. I

The questio Rndedrn reliable servile of very Port along the line of
of Title the Land Titles in the Siste of Florida, particularly
A Ichna county,
frst econsid.
NraoPECIALTIEN Abetrartsw f Tltl| Tat TKale Nemwkar
r: on for A t ear Nweslr dIl Lied Owmerl Pla of lolles,
the investor. Tow.s Ele.
Referev es: Vint National Hank of Uslnaiwlle II V
Dotton A Co., Bankers.
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Will Appear at the Opera House Next
Tuweday NghtM.

No 41, Melm neoNo .U, HRaek lllN No.
9, HIawlshorn o liHK. Island rrve
No. I1l.
Durlag the roegivn ,ln, liiwhh wll

Manager aySton should be eongral* las for three days. the varuloius dlr-.s
olated on tearing so good a asIrse- of the order *wilI be eil-raphdnfd I%
tiLo for apst Tuoday allght as "A Worship fjl iranld JMaier (t rl.i W
Bresy rime." If he always books a Johnsor of Jeksoriwill anial P'
good amo attrsio as uthis the amoe I rand Mel ter Maru KY.ndll oIf ie
moenlovlig people of (is, ville will *Il,,por nelush* nummtoonoe or `
u.m'wm *whMh s a suoMciesl guaramnt* thim tihe
have so cauea* o eom.plain wor will properly,, as pr.s...-.
Wherever this eoepany Lha appear. Iy sepllfed.
ed tl ie aemeo the pmen ad opblie ha j lIr g alteadan arwl *antiai.istls
bia en asiCome pla rn ousu hg their u'at og 5 satnepatwd
perrftmar e si best ever waen. A
lBrDs Taim" is il thre setw she ploi No *
of whelh o so lit tat rs hardly i'tle ie hherb Ig'ren Shli oa, Ii..-
wo t.... . .egalo t l 6k, IIS.o a Ve .le06 91" of the
wordh aeslelg, lhorlh e*ery IY se k hoers of tthe P-,s Vordal 'r t .
bhas bm happily Impreroated *tlhev* hunfOe (>lpeal will be* held as it. ,r.
Uryltahg that is cw 8a'd u1p-t'odai, 0i fl ine la Uisvlli. Fiorxds, f,r Ihe
eeluedieg isle.. ier.l d eil,sre s pturp~o o v iuioting o .evee*e th0 ,'*,
all "I. . .ar I @seel Sle hfr r fr o, l va hiah,, ',l I Ip) 1,4
li'r speea)li.te, all -. .h'rh *r t oo rm.ol y.Y,. Thu*.ea,4 I, li,*, l
irldeed u ine a ey anW ~-ff.-' jt eI- o asn the earIe saW m id piet a 1 ,
gitmaee maner wl be takn fa thCe @ atrni *, t **, ,
The eat of "A ir'eay r "s'" ('Cm- ianderel of ntresl VlI er.
. r ^. I ad "Thr htlhms M<)b'*',f.p
peoe, oon t of the pok of *sroe of g t, bread "The wb t. it.purea. e
the forra~e asniles w ei, .ljl*l o0 0slaSy inS UAbjee il f if l Fi y
hI rfarle emrdy *O**t whr) hlav (h Thosnuad I tllare "
Ainilsy to depiest il a *I atd asrtesl The i day of NOWuo-ber. lte
meeser shIe l-i.ly -drew he resare(i Vla P. iL.
ir. tah foealietl of al lem4e ...*
Itservt l se *t "o l ap L W a W W
ty.TS 9ms1e 1 M

W~l CIe~e'~ U, MaeeY Nail 1h
(Iec.0g -a y Maime sse.

I Pu.eieth fh.4ruic. e~li om
woeee a Moon N a44is "am eves

To, oMfria rmllvy (bead UIM
I" A. U. Combo" peOdta
n o- moe I* be fromc. as ow
I pe 0 umo ope Wo So- 10.. .Aia
aw ML.Sin"" 314 39. gasw~fl

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A Ua4rsru RATES

-Aritiem~ Ti, 1h cnts ln
bqh a 0cne f or eac addi-
R. McCRICARY. Edhorand Publ'r.

The Tyfm*4-Wook Flux 11 a year; six
,jmk!4Wj single, ooples, be.

V! Slow vombe--'mente, 15 cents aline
and 10 oents fof eseb addi-

a sdvertisements for three,
lit onths at special rates.
lf i bed upon application,
Sand Death note Ilerfed
Ob tuarles, 5 eents a line.

O a O CLVsuXO Liwr.
4Lr Bun and the Thriee-a-Week
( ,Y.) World one ear.........I$1 0
i' a udA the Atlanta (MO)
ms wtblj Oontltotlon one yer .. 1 76
~,Zh" I sand the Atlanta (Ga.)
b -l.Weey Journal oRO year. 1 80
be aun the Seml-Weekly
S ThmesUnion one year....... 1 80
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S "Wo will not aseept stamps of a
p ordenominatloa than 2 eent.

e 'hfbegrowth of GOlneville may not
i so rapid M many other oiteso In
B.Vtuds, but to as subtesnia l.

v I Sea Bmall says that "man was
a i e lower r tha e tanoelI," as he
j' s made down here. The Rev. Sam
$WV-rally make statements that he
g^ pron.
SA Istroo petition will be presented to
Lp)r0or BIrwo rd to have him appolin
B)Ps1 Vellie Myrlek of Jacksonvill*
MV supornTrtondent of public In-
fal torDuval, loplace of Prof.

sk Vaited, SItes Supreme Court
eIde 4that a wife r soe am-
kt mo ey lost by her husband,
bdetlo. opolds Ohio's atil.
aglaw That ought to hold she
ft S enkb a little.

Sllnl Is le gr lt tate for politIs. a
l bIv o'I ge settled up with the old 4
fe0MWIMe of Governor Bloxham I
1ijnispkl beftnre we bhav eaedl.
u b blr p for the *ezeotive I
Oomrnovr BrIweVd har lad*
li tmes to gt warm. i

SO lllfe, bwo swiped the 101,000.
SI0 he expree comptay in PItt. I
p p i ls years In the penltnti.
6 y. 3e will ave time to study where
Sheb' M M part of the funds the detee.
. s tolfed to find, so as to have some- d
S* t o0I S start with when he eomes out. e

T~ 1to s ealy e n argument in favor
ed PIMateI bthe preet ofloors of the I
l INasee ompeloes now in of.
48. They are prW y well filed now
i Wm lid aeot duna the treaury us
Snb MOw 1e ef Wus to would think *
I their dey to lime their pockete with t
theIaempasy messy.
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y lhe proviolons of the Hueokma
MU tkh 8ate Board of Edoestion has I
be o enabled to 4propriaste $1s,000
Ilee t the publle shoolo; yet some I
peope say that the new law has not 9
e of beeofit to the tat school eye.
teo With as high gradeso n the vil. P
leg ose le aso inthe large eltie,don't I
4th peopleo*joy the benoets of the h
Mer Iw all over the tatre?

irlasBd. which has won frMdoirI
trfe the Onr, hs an arrt of 14,tU) I
equae mlke an d a poIpulation of l
*Mnn Lft lala d was ul dr iri.. rl h


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If there was ever a measure of which
it can be trothfolly said that it was
caused and diseussed it is the .Boel
man bill. Again it is receiving the at-
tention of the State press and ist sems
certain that its constitotounality will
be tested.
The Record was opposed to the *pas-
*age of the bill when it came before the
Legislature as a radical ma~0lr The
conditions of Florida's eduoatidle fa-
ellities were not known to me at that
time and this paper' was in other
The consolidation of the varlous ed-
ucational institutions thTuoohout the
State seemed necessary. There is hard-
ly a paper it the State that will not
grant that saeh an action was neces-
ary, bot The Record with others con-
sidered the time for soeh action in-
opportone A meaprre of onch far-
reachlng effect should have been con-
sidered more matorgi and should have
been iven the eoosideration of the
people of the State. Instead of such
action the bill was railroaded through
the Legislature.
The time for a disaeusion of the mer-
its of the measure is now gone and any
discusslon of it is futile. The seotiooal
prejudice and sectional interest that le
so difficult to rise above has now died
with the passing of Intervening time
and the matter ean now receive saner
&ad more wholesome consideration.
The question now to be considered is
whether the measure is constitution-
Il. The oonstitotionality or the oncon-
stitutionality is not to be decided
by any editor In the State and the dil-
session yf this phase of the question
will do so more than bring false and
sought for notoriety to the editor that
wastes his time In so lutile a manner.
It Is a sell-evident fact that if there
is grounG tsr the opinion that the
measure is unconealutlional that it
should be ettled by the Supreme
Oourt. The oonstittlion s the supreme
law of the State and all measures must
be la ascordance with it. There is not
a lsitsen of Florida who desires to see
a measure n operation that is at varl.
inee with the constitution of the
Further, If the measure be oneonsti*
otional an lajustice is being done the
uity of (Olanevllle. Were the Unier-
lity eablished and then the measure
declared oneonstitutlonal a eorloos
problem woold confroes the Board of
Public Instruetion and the people of
For those reasons The Record iL of
he opinion thai any attacks made on
the merls of the measure are nona
enoloal and foolish. For tbe same rea*
ios we are of the opinion that the bill
Ihoold be tested and that whatever the
result may be that the people of this
Itate should and will abide by it. The
lisussion of It will end and Florida's
educational fallities will agal be in a
settled oondition.-Barlow Record.


It Is a beautiful and time honored
eu0tom which sets apart one day Ia
'ach year as a day of thanksgiving for
he blessings, material Iad spiritual,
whieh we as a people enjoy. The year
now nearing its end has best fruitful
o blesolngp o the people of Florida.
tp intelletual and moral uplifting of
ur people is evidenced on every hand
Lad the grrat material development of
he State i ob irved an4 commented
upon by all thoughtful people; pros-
ierity prevail. throughout the length
and breadth of the State; labor haa
iad IIts full employment; eommere
as been in *iueh vluitrs as to almost
'hoke the channels of trade; no *ick-
,.*s of an epidemic character has
iftlheed our people, xecept il one elty.,
ld th.re its ravage Lhe bave e light
.od its prhlgre B mow most mereifull

ever been seen in this part of the State.

He expects

now to have his Fall Opening on the 28th and 29th of

this month, and will be glad

and see the pretty goods.

to have every one come in

Watch for his ad. next week.


the great oal of the State of Florids
at Tallabhase, )be ospitol, this the
14th day of November, A. D. 1906.
By the Governor, attet:
ecretasy od State.


The Savannah Morlbg News is de-
voting mech spaes to the Sea Island
cotton Indoetry, and oeNovember 14th
han an article of mush interet on the
improvement of this staagl, in which
is says that s is probable tat the
growers of Sea Islead cotton as their
Valdosta eoavention will have a mat-
ter before them of as mh aImpbrtsance
as that of organizing for the purpose of
holding cotton so as to ge a better
price for It. The mater In question Is
that of improving the otto so a s to
make the demand for Is greater.
It Is stated that of the 106.000 balne
of last year' erop a good meay tho*u
sands of bale were carried ovet, be.
eause there wa no demand for It, not-
withstanding the faI that the price
was low. The claim Is made that the
Sea Island cotton of Georgia wad Flor-
idas s te dily deterIorating, and that
It is moeh less la favor wbh eplenro
than it waso few years bek. It seme
tat in some iastanoee Yanovitoh, an
Egyptian growth, is preferred to It.
because the waste is meh leee, and
also beauen the weight of the balggi
is deducted. There was a time when
the grower of Sea Island cotton in
(Oeria aad Florida hbk up the grade
of theft ecotto by reans of freoh eed

the Islands, by very careful selection,
prodoees a cotton for which he finds a
reqdy market as 76 cents a pound.
Probably there are planters of Sea
Island cotton In Georgia and Florida
who do make an attempt of seed selec-
tion, but It is doubtful If the great
majority of them are as careful is mak-
ing seleetions of seed as they ought to
be. Indeed it is a question if they re-
alise the importance of being extreme.
ly careful In picking out the very best
eed their fields afford. And it is
doubtful if the Sea Island growers-
that ie, those of Georgia and Florida-
believe that the d mand for their cot-
ton is falling off. It is probable that
they think that there Is a combination
agallnt them for the purpose of get-
ting their cotton at a lower price.
It may be true that there is a corn.
binatioo to beat down the price, but of
that ke know nothing. There is no
good raoa o why the growers shouldn't
oganioe for the porpoise of rotting the
best priee possible for their product.
but while they are doing that they
shouldn't oegleet to improve their cot.
son by all means available. It is cer-
tain that eed selection will do more
than anything else to bring about an
improvement. This is a matter that
ought to be and doubtless will be given
very careful eoosideratioe as the Val.
daus convention. It is possible that
more ean be done to raise the price for
8ea Island cotton by improving the eot.
son than by forming an organisation
for holding eotton. There is no ream,n
however, why both mean shouldn't
be adopted.

The county superintendent of

Those hot-headed Cabana have begin
living so long in peace and quiet that
they just can't stand it no longer &ad
there is trouble brewing. A hose fill-
ed with arms and ammunition wasdis-
covered in Havana a few days ago.

Cold Storap
Is the best method by which the pro-
docers of meats can have them take
care of. The
Has the most complete plant in Ooem
trial Florida, and the process is the
beet for
Preservriyt eato.
We solicit patronage and guarantee
perfect satisfraeion. Meat prepared
by this process can also be smoked.
Diamond Ice Company,
R. B L1VINUSTON. Mar.. UilnesrlUe. Foruld

Alachsa Florlda
Will also put up meats by the sawm
process. Leave order a either plae.

Because they are the best
in the land for the money t

Ak your dealer for the

from the bea Islands of Uoath Caro-. snoose ror niernoao eooety, in reply.
Ia. Thel ean no loWger et sod ilnl to the sarcasm poked as him ty C nllny .Jim" Sh(
from that ,ou re. The plates of the The gShool Exponent. very gracefully
Islands have ombined to prevent the I except all that is said, but still sticks, ist on Zetting it.

[eorgia and Florida pleaters from get-
tag freh seed oi them.
How lthen arthe *rd of the eo.-


-gWLjvW .i ag Mu - -L 4i -F-a W- -W.
rla fi'r 800 year. My the treaty of 'styed nu food or other great aa-! ton be improved? This is a question
Prderlekdham in 1fl tihe country la"1iy has been lvisied t u po which w he FederaloE oermeat l oua. w-
wameeded to Roulia, bust i rt aned Therefoe, followleg the example of detaking to asewr through it e- r-
wa pete o1 f home rule until in U sthe l' Pre.ident of the Ulited Stastes perlmeets at he exsperertt farm It
whea the Calr bega his polk', uf re- *"h' hos prelaimd the thiltieth day has retabliAhed ner S11shaear, In
p' esls.a Ttoe leading export for years oft 'ove r as a daay of prayer and this State. o0 this far there hbas i
lie been lumber. In 1900K th rale ,I thank*arlel to Almighty God the tbpe a great deal of eper tmating t
elb sport Mwa .IaKItU The pp., r Of all Gtlad ad Pvesos o0fts. with erd, lad the eonelselea has ben be
laose is over.helmitgly Lutsherann I Natoleon RIt Brow tiovernor of reached thle by means ef sed ele. th
lta. the Staer of Florida, do hereby pro- Uoe a ml better grade if a leland to
.-... .. claim and et apar Thareday. the eottes a m hbowae ldeed.theopln In
The Matoeil Urasge. In seios at tibirteth day of owv ber. A. I), 1. la, If heM thath e S t e-lai eltol
Alhale Ohty. N. J. taturday. by a as Thalkagirvi lay plann ek of Oug ia asd, Isria ena -
S-uag K e adopted a resolnaio. trt that day let all our preole* *ee sate sl thealie emto d tpepeadot
aa wo ietmedn eat to Prwuss! peod thel usual veaherne, and is peb of the plaw ep 1 the o Se ltaisad by
ani t -san tht the farmers of i I and nrstv give theake to the gre same ae wI edme esd ele
Seawsetey uea6 neither more or Crvator k fr th ble elas we have Is tI will aewms what has be e dos
l Matha aqan deal. The re oln- eivewd as Ih hands; Wlet er terml i the eahklvatt m ofees Ip maemw of
afi Nape "We' 'saal. ieala and h Ierts pre, thasksalsee a In e de os eedles Th* eMh p e e Wae
lbpeg lmassee ah alsy esortu of eharil ad benavelese row the bea IsehrY ltairaewd. Th eam
htaMea SaMsoa fts t eamre eq"aMl *sllrttg ad 1eedy, the wdw and or- thing a e be dese with Sea laa c a- I
pp-aftasp of the lai *me p l apalaag th arr"a peswae have cam, for thakhlfetsi and Feisia. As a merW e oftlOapt-
ol 1t 1 l ea1t1h Iernssve n a e swWhereof Is bohato the veea hrltea*sa"lee a est

*" *A sed to bw elw is II o

-ld"^pp .. -^> Ili

e and in-

his sext and insists that in employ.- -..-- --
g strantrs as tewehers he most know NUTIC'KF )R Pt'BlCTIOM.
mething of their pass history We I.aO OfWe at aer ten. I.,
mirn his Jedgment and be certainly i No remt r 1T. j
t'e ;c berrMby itlft Ihal tLb f"IP
ill not have any objeetionab'e teach- aaal uerou.r tu ole iu ofr u I o -S
Sif he can avoid it. &0 jMP rA Two it IMon of 11115 We
&bat %Aki prt> W*I:' "> gaagle before 3
- closer at ;Irn l a .vTqOD. oeM
There is oie thing certain, ad that ma r Jem Lke.
that sher people of Florda will here Hd No ~s lbq4 ITa Nis o it.
be mote earful in *eletial m*tr- P. i t
prs of lse lgatal ture. or eln ,sabals m inr .. rJgJ upoe md eues
e mneres brought before that bdy of J La vau
I J It IWa.j 111 e T Sww ItlvagbW. W.
a wsmittl of 1 IeesIgation, te o- t.u V. J S WaSe wm "
e theUy ens up for e pa-sI pW. ~.Ok. iaO. Msw.
rm b U -- ----8 t - --'

Srvi trw UmbrwI It I Sawi.
'brellns tham are eoodj-ookia emn
to make oe I teW them; #rmme&aed
de rabv su to with s dt Rhe as et

-- uIoe t 9seelt vioi; p.po:em

S.. .C. SI.I s
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This space is reserved for H. C. STEVENS, Jeweler

of High Springs, Fla.

Mr. Stevens has just moved into new quarters, so

that he would have a better chance to show off his

stock which he is continuously increasing, and will

have one of the finest lines of Xmas Goods that has

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All d Wednaday Afternoon Was
Spt Trying to Secure Jury.


y Order of Court a Special Venire of
Tennty Was Drawn From Box and
Case.WiN be Resumed Today-Other
Transactions of the Court.

The priaeipol business to come be
fore th eirsolt court Wednesday w.a
theease ofthe State vs. William M
Bolloway, charged with criminal libel
The ease was originally set for I
o'eloek in the morning, but at the
oonveinog of the court was postponed
until 2 o'clock.
Promptly as that hour the docket
was soaoded, and all parLies an-
nooneed ready for trial. The court
room was sot unusually crowded, as
was expected would be the case
which wa evidence of the fact that
this famous ease had lost the original
interest which it commanded.
The afternoon was spent in securing
a jury, anl only five were selected.
The panel having become exhausted,
the sheri and clerk, by order of the
court, drew from the box a special ve.
mire of twenty names for this case, as
John B. Polk, C. A. Williams, C. D.
Wood, J. P. Jones, L. Guthrie, A T.
Kelley, W. D. Tillman, A. R. Kelley,
M. Olemmons, D L Graham. J. C.
Bailey, M. W. Danforth, J. C. Martin,
M. M. May, J. E. Griffith, W. H.
Boone, W. C. Dampier, J. F. Beck, W.
0. Liaoday and J. w. May.
Those selected Wednepdoty afternoon
were W. A. Hodson, J T. Richard, F.
T. Baker, Jr., J. M. Manontu', M. E
Miss Lois Hale was sworn in as ste.
megrapher In this ease.
| obert E. Davil was sworn in as as-
IeatnLt tate' attorney, but has no
eooWetloo with the Holloway case.
leave of the court Hon. Benj. P.
Calk-ao State's attorney, filed the
following information:
tate vs. Charley Roberts, selling
oquOr hI a dry county, two indict-

\ StSe vs. Julius Washington, selling
liqe4 la a dry county.
Tie following cases were brought up
sad d4iposed ofa
tate vs. John Williams, arssolt, ap-
pea from justice court dismissed.
1ate vs. Moses Williams et al., a.
mlalt, appeal from justice court dise
ate vs. James R. Smith, assault.
p~ipl disminsed.
,' i vs. Ben McNish, appeal dis-
sote I vs. James Pelham, appeal dis-

S aI'I vs. Holmes Dorsey. selling
Isar l a dry oooaty, nol prossed.
Soste o. Oharley Robinson, selling
Imr a dry soonty, nol prossed.
O os so. Oharley Robkioan, selling
lple ha dery osety, sol proceed.
Oa -adjoernmd masil o'clock this

Oatoom, who was enovieted of
r at t. Augustine, was
or two years.


Pe-ru-na Used In Thousands
of Homes.

Cx-Govnwrr Isac Shar
I SAAC( SHARP, ex-Governor of Kan-
Ssaf, In a lttei from 127 I t., N. E.,
i Washinton, D. C., writes:
"1 can .earnestly recommend your
Peruna a. as excellent took. Its
reputation a a cure for catarrh i
firmly established by my friends, who
have beea hbeeflted by Its use, and the
public should know Its great curative
qualities '"Isaac Sharp
Mr. James Currie, a prominent mer-
chant of Montreal, Can., writes from
r1M~ Notre Dame St., as follows:
I have used your Peruna for catarrh
and find it an excellent remedy flor
coughs and colds."-Jamnes Currie.
If you do not derive prompt and atlr-
factory results from the use of Pl'runa,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
twb pleaXed to give you lhis valuable ad-
Vl,',' gratia.
Addrcasr Dr. Ilartman, President of
Tiht liartman lanitarium,t'olumluns,O.
\I. r,,-r,-* ,ndtuce helk oonfidentLtl.

Business Items and Personal Notes
From This Section.
Loehlooes, November 22 -J. P.
Tompkins has left for 8ilver Springs,
where e he will take the Job of laying
A. T. Gore left Monday for Mead.
ow, where he will take the Job of
laying three miles of tramroad for
Davis & Company.
0. A. Singletary of Gainesville has
shipped his household furniture here
and his family will come in a few
Robert J. Tompkin rolled in Sunday
morning from Leeeburg. where e he as
beeo for quite awhile In the wheel.
wright and blaeksmitbing businem. He
expeete to locate here.
W. P. Ooehran of Lakelaed is visit-
ing hie mother, Mrs. Mary Cochran,
who Io quite ill.
ome of the people are does griad-
iug oee to this eetion, while eome
have ao started.
B. A. Adkais of Tyler was up Sator.
day to ee the leos remains of hie
mother, but came too late.

Sent Up For Stealing-Other Lc

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ocal i

News and Personal items.
Alachua, Nov. 22 -Mrs. Emory is at.
tending the Fair at Tampa.
Prof. DeLand has resigned ar prin.
oiral of the school at Fores Grove and
has accepted a position with the Bank
of Alachus.
The city council haiaroght five car.
loads of rock, which are being used on
the main streets of the town.
The number of bales of cotton pinned
here this season falls short about 260
bales over the same period for last
season. About 2,000 bales have been
ginned up to date.
Carlyle Dupuis has aceepted a posi-
tion with Jones, Maynard & Jones.
T. H Cato and M. H. DeLand are
attending court at Gainesville this
W. M. Thomas visited Gainesville
Master Bernays and Miss Constance
Bishop are attending the State Fair.
Rev. Mr. Nornworthy of Micannpy
closed his meetings here last Sunday.
He was very succesful in his efforts.
R A. Turner has returned from a
trip to the coast.
Taylor Morgan, colored, was con.
evicted in Judge Caswell's court Satur.
day, on the eharle of stealing cotton
and fined $82 and oosts, or 60 days in
the gang. The fine was paid.
A Salvation Army band has been
holding meetings on our streets this

Dissolution of Co-Partnership-Ot
News and Personal Items.


Arredondo, Nov. 22.-W. J. Jones of
the Brm of Venable & Jones is visiting
his mother at Botherland.
The firm of Venable & Swearingen,
by mutual consent, will diaolve part.
nership about the let of December.
Mr. Swearingen will ooatinue the busil
ness at Kanapaha. Mr. Venable will
make his residenoe at Sampson City.
Evans Halle has feneed his land
holdings in this violnity.
The eane grinding ads eyrup making
machines are nl flol operation here.
The product Is the looet there has
teen for years.
Naval store, lumber and wood op-
erators are taxed to the limit with
The health of the community is per.
feet-not a single coea of sickness any-
where within a radios of six miles.
Weather eonditions are almost per.
feet. Rain would be apprecated.
Mrs. W.T. Cheesut th spending a
few days at the Ohesuot placo as the
goest of Mr. T. W. OClsnut.
John Holly has sold his stock of
goods to Monroe Venable
Walter Halle has returned to Jack-
sonville, after an enjoyable visitat the
Oheeoot place as a goest of Ms. T. W
Boelnee and collections are gener.
ally good.
Mias E. V. Smith hae aeepted a p-
sition as principal of the Unlor Orove
George Smith is keeping te books
sad managlag the eommisary of the
Venable A 8wearlagen Compsly.
J. E. Wiwlkeworth of Palmer is run.
alat several ootto gis,. a grist mill.
aid will begIa work on the rie erop
Is a sders Tie.




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Major Thomas is ncp

in Kentucky selecting a

Car of Fine Horses and


We are experienced buyers We know what
our people need. We never sell a Horse, Mule,
Buggy or Harnes8 wi.lhout our guarantee, alld
you know what our guarantee meana'--lnoney
back if not satisfied. CouldI we do more? Comt1
to see us this week and see a c ir of tine Mules and



Gainesville, Florida.I


The question
of Title the
firt consid-
era:ion for
the investor.

Reodere reliable services of evwry sort along the line of
Land Title la ithe rSate of Florida, particularly
Alachoa county.

NPPECIALTINS Ab trrUa of TtlUi Tau Hale Hierehme
Aigets r e I-*ResLdt lad Ownr;l Fals a Cns Um,
Tewna Eto.

Refereaese Firu National Bank of U ainesvill If V.
Doton & Co., Rankers,

Will Appear at the Opera House Next
Tuedaay Night.


Everybody Kn:ws JM

ThmTat k ekt hIHm To

We We "eothils away. We have so premiums to o*lr yoo ee
So ladoe yoe to boy from so. Our goods ell spoo tMheir e
merit. sad if the quality d et suts io eed a t ood bk Il
ad we will eoberfully refead yoer owey What is spest
foe peomiame by other Arme so gt poe so bUy their bwhl Pi
kt o pes i iso qais, of od with u Is's seJigh isf Ifee
aren lOkla for efmile. sMd free wblday., bet II s r** oe
Usedels*tomad Whiskey yoe wast. theo eder

4 hBNtfSI1ddIIfu$420A :


Tha'. our klegoit 'iM.1 .a WtJ v,

I -a -. l
See t.M 8pSt.#it P a m as us
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No. 41. Meltrue No ~, Kohk 1111 No.
N. Hawthorn No lIt,. Island trove
No. 1x,
Durtlg the ronarnsiion, which will

Manager Layton should be conlgrat lass for shres days, she various desr-wI
ased on s*eoring so ood as atirae of th order will be e*srmplifld .MW.r
oB for anpI Tuisday sight Ma "A Worshlipfl (iril Master (harl)* W
rlay Time." If he always books al Johensdon Jof kenvils aUdl ut
od an attraction ae thle the m s- (Jrndn4 Mueer Marenu Knndal uol 'ie
astlovig people of (ijlaeevlle will ,eiy eoelltleae the eomMSttee orf work.
whmih is a *umllenil aurantee she the
loe "o c&e ta to mplal worll will htu p perly 464d m r upo.1vo-
Wherever thi eompny has appear. ly. r.mpii ed.-
thie asoa the pfre ad pblile ha t Itr*e ae11sdeae *lnd Penlhu.iltle
ee osalmoe Is prosloeaing their m.eet a e tparaleited
rrmIfaeesm e bees evr e ee. "A
nsy Time" Isto tla n ses, the ploes N(e.
Liable I so lihl that as is harly Notlee i hereby given that ou 1-.
eth mootle, Othsh every le i 1 6 ,e Il.Ot08 ofrT ithe
ml* -tlkh. Ithv-glh .vsr c.tl.oadea s 'of Ite ls. Vihreds T Ip.
a beoe happily imprerrated wlv **- p.6e Oeipew t It kow hold as Ii. ,f-
|thiagthbt is aew Bn4 up*to-4as, ee iL Oaisoeevlle., ior di, f r Ih*
tl edlg *aic, ma wa daene* esd p rpue se l vou Io iMeo h e t. ae,4.
ser nep allsi. all l f a wh.ia are I* .al eowt fI is thctse'4 ii. r
S In assoa. and;-rh. fill(a111. to^ "rwpsy.-rve Twumsao4 0pilial.. .I
idMad ine a ee and perf.- ytl le* i w sh ( ei e tIme ad pliae a -e
Umise maaer wiil be laken fur the adofts.,n ia.'
rTe ra of "AA r's 1 co" Cor. e4ll eot of Anilee VI t',f <, rhea-
my reoe.t$e of the ek of ~m of a mr),so wht the is"&pursl, mee
,lgor I seaIlet* luw eappjaortlo Is Stol ima esb)s ,.seil s 'irty
SfarU eImdy ***se. who have she Touseed Itrilare "
eily to depios is e Mee and arsei Thise fb day of Menseab. Ile
Maer ebe lieey-dr4mwa ehaeroee Ies oU I Vovin,. It-
f, she fooa6ies f all esII aoe
lle4ned ast s Al sew oe as W W,
eare's seem
S0-""men A Moolo Mo T elTMO
s***og -M**, Ma*see&U PON"*d

, evee 01h ss18i.e1. wil eOo
M oe Mamie bIll table e
. et s. pety Os Vne M4 o
A X VSm poedmdM
111 so b ee#*rom""d 1,
wa W.lweW .. i A.M6
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To Arrive



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Bride Happaigs From Various
Se0tilo of State.


Tranrplitn In "The Land of Flowers."
lthMn "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Sy fReader-Items of Interest to
All Olasses.
Tbe Monroe county teacher have
formed an assoelation.
Two hundred cotton grower organ-
Ied at Live Oak Saturday.
A ladle' asuiliary of the Y. M. O. A.
has been organized at Orlando.
E. B. Britain has entered upon his
didtie a poetmaster at Seabreeze.
A lodge of Woodmen of the World
was organized at Miami on Monday
Pensacola will add a new hook and
ladder track to their fire lighting
New Smyron and several East Oosst
town are receiving visits from thiev-
nog tramps.
The Slaghter Hotel at Belleview is
now open and we expect they will
slaughter priees.
Roller skating will be the fad In
Jacksonvlle thil winter and a large
rink will be erected.
Hon. J. M. Bryan has old his orange
grove near Kissimmee for 80,000. It
has 1,I70 large tree.
The toorite and later residents
are coming to different sections of the
State In large numbers.
Madison county Sea Iiland cotton
growers met on Saturday and organ.
Ised. J. H. Haven Is secretary.
Hon, E. Brown of Lake City. one of
Oolumbia county's prominent eltisena,
died on Saturday, November 18th.
The cotton growers of Lake City and
vicinity will meet an November 28th.
Harvie Johnson will address the meet*
Ooala people are so afraid that town
will endorse loal option that they are
/ throwing a series of fits every day aI
the week.
The farmen around Hasting are
~lto the Irish potato growing business
again, notwithstanding the bad luck
of last season.
A mad dog made things lively at
Live Oak a few days ago, but the anl.
mal was killed after it had bitten nev
eral done and hogs.
The auto race iat the Orinond-)Day-
tona betah this winter will be the
greatest In history It is expected to
oake two miles a minute
The steamer Oity of Jacksonvllle
has commenced her trils on the St.
John's River aud trafflo is the best at
this season of the year for a long time.
At St Augustine Maturiay James
Ostees was found guilty of man.
slaughter for the killing( of ()eorre
OLarter. Allea Osteen was rtatad 110t
A man attrl* here few years ago and
had lees than flftee dollar, By In.
dustry he soon managed to psrehasn an
orange grove and paid for It with two
crop of fruit This season he sold
l.,E)0 boese of lrailge. This I* only
one of the many uocase I*SIotO
0ounty.--Wuohula Advocate
1)ral freight No 0 struck a man
who was fitting ot a bride near l.ough
mnia Thursday night. The englneert
blew the whistle and sounded ihe bell.
but he did nout serliu 10nitiice it and
was struck aDd so seriously inJu't:I he
died within a few minutes a r'am pa*
per. found In has isowkes he came from
Oolnmbnas, ta -O)rlando Star
Judge Je*ph HPllt Friday heard thie

ease of U. W. Iay ve the 4tlrahAe
Oout Line Mailway to r over dam-
an on a eartoed of eaataloupt drial i.
ed Is trasii. Judgment *a entered
agaisLt defeuuds. The compllainait
last sumner tleded a ear of cania-
loopeRoa a sidelrack just kith of
Oeat ad t was delayed as saut aaJn
em not moved by the railrad as iwr
File wM dis covered lu the cratr
mill f tShe K W. Rood Company at
Ltak Htle Fridnay i mg at : "3
Wo'a An alarm was termed to and
she to depar let of tbe pill wa.
*all ed t. be fth re. -al d iWdl
kbh h~eadL hat t i *eotomed ithe
ekdl iMea e Ivesmer plat. si .

ihe d*e bw f to tieae, Flisa
bat Oes agtaw. Le Ma000
The 1 Wr be b- i as MWe.


Coming Riglt

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Ocala House

Ocala. -


the I th day of Leeewiter. A II IL F UI\IOKCi.
Witnea my ofmital "inatur.e ;>ii %,. t :.' *;:rtii: ('ourun. Frhth Judlca' Circuil:
the 7th dae of Novemwer. A. 1 I ', .,, .. < o',irnt.. Florida-In Chancerv
s 14. 'I .,.... Te st on% Thomas J. Teown- 1
t'd (:erk tireult Court ,; *',bl,'.t..t
It ultIParl-1:.W b al dait appended to the
h.4 fIled i i ti *" t tAe ited causethat Th oim,is
NW I('E OPr AVir'.I'ATIN ,i. A X j Te tot,. the defendant therein named. buI
DFE I UNDERI SE s 1ENS -, .t i \ 'lt:l n"ot're'.cert ',f tihe sate of Florlda, al d o Ih
re,9idel;t ,f i ftperiun, ;u.. and is over Ile age
4'u^, 14..\W OF F'It)IUl~ i f 'acnn-one iarur it is therefore orered
That said non-reldentt defendlantsbe be e i
StNoathe lheret u itvlel )i' J .*I ,J I >ere itree, llired to iapear to the B1 l o Ciom-
purcha*er of Tax 'ertrt.'-at, N' I.- !. I l .'.;:. n d In ald cause on or before Monday.
ertliflste In iil ,ifl,.'ie aiid 181u i,.tiI mA L .- the 'gs.tll or hw:d bill will be taketI
tPh Orl axdn r,,r tax d ,o- : r to e Il% ,'' In rl t, .- '% k 5 ,It 0iC.fe' ly sa'd defendant.
law ai o et tifta to e e r ra s te -I ,: It s : fur' etJ red th a thL. order hie pub
drtlr.*ir Iuroriti rtt i tuateit ::. A ,.,,',.:.t.:i h .. o-,o s i i'' APek!1):CK fo tour conl routiveweeks
flt-'rdal, towl t T!,e .i --...e t: a nrewaaper pub lihe
lA)t5I.1& Set', 34 Tv II R 2 1 3 ,-re.. "r ",'e (,,I' Il, tt s .i Stte
The nauk llad l ,ring a ri es..s t a'n' I. ` i T .trd i.tn 16 o4 hat.er Ito 1 .
Sthe Iwuantcer f (rth ertilh.Ate :. ,,e,, ', r -S H 'V IES.-Nt;K Cerar Circuit Coun .
at high grade whiskies ever He su.u ti t ..P i -'. .. ts' e .,, ,,.' rI a; Cl) er circuit lC Or
I. ni n K a e whis ever 13nle t. tdax,.rtt e.fltewli:; I ^,- .,.f 'htI .,,,. .1, I I I\Vt-1% ;l rf rC treaL t..
the cost iest materials, it b cotrdiqo w. a da r No e *ic Sof I I IA coTr''
Sthe daS of NoicuuSher A is I
irs in heavily charred barrels wit.neI.i. o>m.lalt rtdtrHture r ~ ---t --.e-
the ~ Lthli > or nc1te er.. AhI)1 11 N, TIC'E OF APPIIC ATION i01i TAX
whiskey ever sold at such a pd Cerkc rcuitnoun .A:aiwhua ,,, ., EuL) NDER SECTION Or Cfj4F
Strand extensively we make ,4".e LAWS oF FI.,RIDA
RY ORDER OF FOUR FULL NOTAlC: o0 AI''CATION Fi TAX Notie eryvei that J. 3 r
MY ORDER OFFOUR FULoIrchar o, Ta CertifCates NO.W
WE WILL GIVE FRE ONE DEED U'ND'R S'TION ,OF IIPR and 91 dated the ad d alof Jal. A.
VTisitNY. LAWSO)r)RIDA tirdte tUeiatlon for tax deed to &
PRICOT BRANDY. something rb n rthat L Mrm*r. the falowtn r g dc c rSt rAadto S
er ordeer today. o Tas c ruracr a o .th otldate e te I' bcrid wtMy
kit odal of JTl. A D t1 W h s a:ted scer- a1h' county. FloridMa rt oBs-
Seate a my otlke and has made astllcation 'S of wec t TIoS R --. u-u ga
T OF for t eed to W ee i n aeoordaaer with law w of w *Sec' II T'p i. .a -4*
SSal evrtleeste braoer the fro.u-'s de- g of Ne Sec II. T Is.-- a-e
SIY eribedpropertt rtuated In Al.chj. c.lurnty. Lo I. See. t t a ILa- ae T
SON rmd towl, The said larImlSn i aL E SadatIei so
Lot0e Ha atA H1tAk 1ur Ar.lher thbe issuance ucb certJaeatetlae
VC OLD MI O ld bf"tB **^l t t1, date01 of H fBtier. I M. ^[9' He1l aI.
D. tsebm aae of u web rtlacate -r the name To.a idtn... owb e -
IDT or nr- of Towal ,t Co -unin.d crtarestat.haU bere sem-iaa
t *a m ^lem sa oertabatse %he!! he rde eew a c- 'l sw law taWl d Ied wilame xe re a ** '
rS PAI orb to law tra de wfl tr I j thrreor on the ib day of Novestmr A M
It e a dar of Nor.r A I Ita t t a m. Iot itrlteMTA. r eat 1 l
Witse a -a oflt ~al sWat urae ad this bs Iftb & Of hcterA. wIN& m
Oe laeSseaemsina ~* tih hda of ooambter A I T WIo.
ta.d.Ae-d Let e. Pftee s-e- n %s H WiEN.s t'd C'erkC (:rcuit Cour. Alaeea .06...
p t. 'i alerh Ctr Co++ + .. .. . ......... .
S----. -- NtrIcr. Ior APPLICATIOx .1 P
e LAWS (or nrIa RIDA Notl I'. br si te t 0. L
I.-m.- Cer of Ta C'erllCO a
Wotsce is bhee tty tiven that JJ Harans. dastr tbhe 4t day of Ja,.' A.
. s.bew. I -Ir of Ta i'ertin satl No Is dated sled id etl cl cate In my ae.
StI* ar da of AT i A 1) 1*0 ba. 8-.d lW d4ed* atiprtltoa for tax de-d so
S eertUeatew tc asm* sad h b* emadse s4icjs- erwdoaae with law Sad cwrutWes
Sfot toas ad o o to hmue In aes wan, wrttb t oeoth f swtl *dertisel4 pr~rty
hA. IA O **Briesa embirae the 'o.ow:nr ACtaebutema rty ewria towe3
ese6rlb eoweert situated tS Ah,-bis core- .Se+ of Lto It %bttl I AUd'tI
y 1 or wa owit TtedeMuad beita us atsj t-s
v tw rn I % %we 1T .it R 1? 0t T cr the teaneeof ( %r=b eiertaeeatetb
hoe ai 7 ad w helag a- red at t he .tI1te ..r of tI'a r.n n
p w *wb0e 6W aeoeef o vc art.s.ae Ee. :[ *e f of I -lee0 ree sol ert e avas g
Ue6 L mLad I W e aeeovItd wtolaw t a*4 ae tl ia
There s no It e trying to il d.t m .frt*ba. .N1o d '" "t1 4e f eq sfr
fobt adulterated whiskies, ~ hs"J"m.,yr .Y ,S t W. % .. ~ I.tL
ShmerV A oer e., A D l d 4s l... -
brandies or wiles on the -AD wta' rN u...lt C.
p 0 1i I. t tC. rt orsm ( Au..se.oa I .I
S. s . A* [c Ni A AISTILA A l
public. It'l do for awhile Al A APDTAINISTArmgh m
-a very abort while. We m Nrte or A' TAwx o asA r tr,
have no IcliatioOl to Aa. mI xma s O W1W 1,r MIar mrL wt A t
tempt it eOT ooW We I--Is --.,. ,of .A A ," heow amp"Tae-s
gOl fbiftebe 411? e In VUI Vti# %4 jk boltr ma 4Ws 0 t te estw of .
take pide in the Purityof fill" (1JA se. t IrSMn i atoasSOL
thessoH t r t.e a .. i se set s
our stboklr., al our !iO .-S .. Ia-sa *.. aW
t o t --me for 11 t ,- m .. ..IM". Af** "l asa..etWsm 1, j..me qu
m a t y o + f o r 9l &ar E ,i .L. 4+ m m - -- - -- 4 M A V 0 w tT
it)' for uq atr Wy-wi ca. 9** -7 WtAd
tvDMe y o th advantage es... ._. | 1_ .
PrS5of but*mrm trIe -S- Use s bo maft ae n -rU. ea i
of '-W q "W11 0I et r-at

Wine Rooms, O =.-Al A Alefu
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Under and by ftLie of k A101 Of forreei,,*
rerman------- retea omn OtfL "y of k_<-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. tober. 190, r y th Bota. J. T.WI Jud. ,f4
the Circuit Coam n llb2b = Clrc J, or
Land OMf November 4. 1910. tain chancery eane these' t A- whe:. a
Notice Is hereby given .bat the followingf- O"rf K. brif t Is WoeWI lm d Su
named settler has filed notice of his Intention Jones is defend.pt, L "m Sae"l Ns i ti
tO make final proof in support of hib. Chancer. rll sellU t a ut l *1 0ttry to -be
claim. and that aidl proof wili be wAde before e fihbest Aod best bkieOr ort 61d1. before :4,
Relter msW Reeilver at uslnesvil e. Fla.. on court hou.e door in ibe ceyoft OGnaeavi,.e.
December a1n.5' a116 eVLt Alebus county. Rorul ud 6i01., the 4th
December 1. IlH of 'i4Fday pf December, 1gk. bett5 the .ef,
BKTAnT I. THOMs of Wiliefo d. Fils. hourd of sale. asl the riuat. title &a Intereer. of
8d. o aOfr fo Ne Seec.' I'p 7~ .. R. 1tE. aoribe lot. trset or t'arcel of land situ ,ed
He name% the following witne'ese to prove iand betlg in AOlaMl" cuunty. Vorls. tov .:
his continuous reence upon and cultivation The North hal of t No tet (10 n ect ,
Of saidland.,Ti/. yOe 45). Townabp ten 10 Blawe twenty, wa ,
containing five (5) sores, of land i flfte..t
James I. Hlc.e C C. Willtams. J B. Jack' (11) feet off East. We Oand Norte side ,f
mon. R. 1. Thoma&. all of WIllefod. Fi. sme reserved for areet. oia Lot bei.. a
pd W. ROBINSON. RBeroster. Brown'. AddtlUl t OGalaeevll
Together with ad aod siiiolar the tet..
ments. bereditameunt sad avpprtes ee to
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX the same belontit or ln rwis appertu,n.
DEED UNDERSECTION8OFCHAPTER Sld property to be sold to sataVy aid de-
4d8U. LAWS OF FLORIDA. cree sod costs Termns ah.
Notce is hereby riven that Bell. Colson & CHRIS'TIPB5E R MATESBON.
Co. oopartnerstlp composed of W. E. Bell. Speel t Mater in Oh sory.
N. G. Wade and Perry M. Colson, purchasers
of Tax Certifcate No. a. dated the 3rd day NOTICE POR PUBLIOATION
of July. A. D. 188e. have filed d certificateNOTICEATON.
In my ofiee, and have made application for LAnd Offoe at Oainevlle. ila,
ta deed to issue in aocordnoce with law October It. !9&
8Sad certificate embraces the following de- Notice is hereby irven that In e*PIance
orlbed property situated in Alachua county, rwth the provSions the At oft O fe of
flo p/ds. tow lt
NY6 of Ne4 See. TV 10. R. iW-80 aera June 3. i, entitled "'An Act for he sale of
Tb. said Land being asmed at the date of timber l nds In tLbe State of CSUlfmti, Ore-
the imusnce of such cerufieate in the name of on. Nevada, a d Washington Tqt Ac7."a,
Joh, laery. extended to all the public land btnee by Act
Unle sd oertificte shatl be redeemed ac- of August 4. 1890. Thob a A. Theapson or
oordlat to law. tax deed wlU sue thereon on de. county of Alchu. Ste of Flortdu.
the iltb day of December. A. D. 1906. en t day filed or tbhoe lrcasw of the tte o
Witness my off-Ifal signature and eal this t N I' or Se. or ote puroineb op No. B of
the 7th day of November. A. D. 190. w of No.
Q. H. WIENOES Range No. 16 K. mnd willofer proof to show
pd Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Co Pla that the land ougbt t more vr uJn le for it.
S timber or stone than for awroultual Purwese
and to establlh his claim to said lad before
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Register and Receiver a4GaInsa ille. Fla on
baturday, the lrd day of December. 190I.
DEED UNDER SECTION n OF CHAI'TER He name as witnesles: I A. Oseen. M
488,. LAWS OF FILRIDA Beech. John o(seen. James E. Osteen. a:! of
Willefoid. Fla
Notice is hereby given that Htdgloon & Wood. Any and ail pergonq claimingR dverse., thi
purohasersof a pa tor Tax Certifloate No )3.). above-descrihbd :ands are requested to )e
dated the Sth day of July. A, D. lu.7. have tiled their clam% i thksu office on or before sau .i d
said certificate in my office. and have made day of DLecember. IRH.
application for tax deed to L-sue In ucordance pd W, U. ROBINSON. Revr'ter
with law. Said certificate embrace the oul- _
lowing described property situated in Ailchu3
county. Florida. towit t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lota S. 4 and 6. Bloci I13. Archer
The aid land belng awxeksd at the dat' of Laud OLftie at Oainesrllle. Fl .,
the miuance of suoht ceit l:lctte it. the in!re ,of october 1. 19& 0
Fla Town Imp. (Co, Not:'e is hereby wiven that in oomp 1,1: -.
Unlet said certlitl.ate .a' ll he redeeme :w i ktt.l I e iruv~:sium or the Act of Contre.- .
cordiln to law. taixdeel vL2 Is.ie thereo,t: or: .hire :1. 1%7 enitltled An Act for the sue; ,'
the t lth day of LDe.ember. A. I. lip'., timobr .ands in ttte states of Califorals, r. -e
Wltnes myu' ofiltul rid;tituire Irld .i t:!i ,go. Ne'valdd. A,:,l '.Vhington Territory.' al
the 7thday of Novemweru A I)) extended to all the ,ublie land sats hby A...
\ IE ENI;F ;of Audu~tr4. t.l4. Julin D. rLuthr of ld To.u,
pd Clerk Clircu;:: ouPt .,Ai.irt'na c F.t ,outtv of Lua'iFa toe. State of Florida h.,
tlii av d;iv hie, ini thl' !)P: :e his sworn stI temu.
No. 2, )for t1he purchase of the Swit of sAt
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Seeo I and Nw- rof Nw' of eotfon No. I
DEED U NDER SEi'Tl(S ,N i' Al I'TrH Townsh;, Nl.. Itnge .1o .and will,:'
proof to Ohol" thit t0e land sught is It,)
4as. LAWSV OF FLOtAlIDA vau;ihl,e' to; it-s tutnter or stone than for ai
it Ir. ur I',o.-es. arid to establllh his claim w
Notice In hereby Ivet. tl, a It It i .it~li,.).o sAdt .:ad lore,i)r Retister and Heoelver .'
purehaber o' a part of 'a Certilth.;te No..t). ,tie. ta;;eisiie Fiorl(dt on Wednesday. the h :;';
dated the hth day of JuJ .A k I 1 '1 7 hiU)- tl, lti di'. u Ijo oeCemti r ll
fihli certifi'ste in m\ oc,,e andi hIn Hpe l:iurle as w ltr:ee .% Daniel Lancater
made aiillreat'on fort t,i\ i i! tId to !s.,i' rl 1,,'. L. H. dur, T J. "i;ood in. James A. hii
aecornl iane with law S i el ief.ir lt et i" ier a,. of (.d ')ow .n pi
bra ,s the foil.iSitg .Ir '.'i : hrtl '.I.,> ? t' .. ;i 1 I .; .,'.,rot ellirlt lng adVe llrei t',
utei iLn Alaeh'-ia county lort lu. 1t.i .' ;t.' ,, .t ie.. r+:>ed ,n J aire restuenta d to 1..p
Lots .3 t s.; 7 ,land, tI,,. n I A ,'her ,r.t ,t.eaa r. thl, o.fre or before rakld r :
The said lan land ltinlg ti.s ,i : l 'b d. te ., ., er I* h the issuance of u'hi t'ert:',:lla' .n U' r.a'me u I.l \4 R1 'INSSON. Beglster
1tl' Townr Imlt. Co
I 'li.qs akli certificate Ihiu hte res t-e l
V'.iUIil e, |al -. l ie i t rrl -.. I ..... .


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freaeh Stbamer Totally Des
trowd on Les Portes Reef.

Many Sedibl Are Picked Up on the
Seech-Corpse as Found Presented
an Awful Spectacle, Showing the
Terrible Struggle Tiey Underwent.
Paris, Nov. 21.-Special reports re-
ceivel here of the wreck of the steam.
er Hilda which left Southampton oni
Friday night for St. Malo, France.
and were totally wrecked on Las Pur
tee reef, outside of Jarin lig.it house
yesterday morning with the loss ul
over a hundred lives, give a gri phic
description of the disaster.
Owing,to rough sea weather with a
thick snow storm, the captain of the
Hildo probably took the bouy ligat ol
the rocks for the St. Malo lighthouse.
He gave signals which were not st--n
by harbor employes and the the -ttaiu.
er proceeded slowly towards the ightt,
Then the Hilda struck the rocks, :th
steamers boilers exploding anrd she
was cut in two, giving the pastsuger>
no time to saie their Ilves.
Seven bodies wearing ife beIlts were
stranded of the village of C't. Cast yes
terday evening. The coast near St.
Malo is covered with the wreckuge
Two-thirds of the Hil;da's pais.~ngeirt
were French farmers returning tc
Trance with heavy aums in gold from
the sale of their yearly harvp'.t of
onlons and potatoes. The others were.
Srllsh families who were going to
Ipetd the winter at Dinard.
The wreck lies at Battle, 3 mipes off
St. Malo, *bowing only her mainmas?
and forecastle.
A correspondent of The Matin went
to the scene of the wreck on a g I t steamer with the local officia'.i.
They picked up five bodies which were
Tangled In the rigging of the Hilda
'Te bodies presented a drea dfun spec
teela with arms and legs twlsteal In
ll directions and hands t-rn from
t0h desperate struggle for life.
123 Men Were Drowned.
London, Nov. 2l.-The Lcndon and
i6el western Railway mnipany an.
- *tOed' this afternoon that an offi-
OU report bad been received from St.
Ib stating that the total number of
prsaOO on board the Hilda wrecked
of the French coast Sunday morning
waa 12. As only six were saved, 123
were drowned.
A telegram from St. Cast. near 9t.
iMalo. says that 51 to lies have been
washed up on the ,bech.

rr h st 4 a m l
lN KM YT Nm bAwn" IMu

r"ed at Stake by indiana.
Ib Aagele, Cal.. Nov. n1.--I a
latter reeolved by OGeore W. Kaox
of this city, the fate of Henry Mille
sad OGs Oltadr. who left on as
expedittom to Tiberton Island, la the
gsuf ed OdiIfora a year ao. and who
|hasy evr beas bt u frm Is probe
bty diseased. O the desolate asd r
er the itr of Cla terass. sear a Jesart
ed ,ledlea villaMe, a waidertag be"
-e has mast gornd the trarplas oft
iMU aed O~.br, a boik o m-~-
assesi whic. bel agemi -- ,p-a
w IIc im has b e)hli to me of

a 3 oAurwas m F

W. Xlcbr. w Im 8 not
-.w .ned1 11 T1E IT0wL VAULI
ftow ftW W -y o "seew aob
b e=% sea m-bowl a--

_- ?tah ma h
a wx1es Z. VOLILMGI

of a m A b.- A -
new -ad wr a of a a"$n i mwww o hcfIs
-' be inm 'in-s m-~IC
oama -Iw -m" -f d pow w" "aw. Ow bat *4. in F =",L I.=A
ad fm now aom, ftwi we WbQI d

uf fa 1VT, 3U3 AMa A = 3h1T p.-
-oo-" is mmhii LOA

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Several Good Deals Are Expected to
SCR TCHED be Made in a Few Das.
While there is no great stir in the
real estate market in thiu eity at the
I 4Nl NIGHT I reiint time, there is bound 'I, lte a f
Smovent' along this li ne so ni that Only, to Reduce Our Stock,
Will orauiiI scnin stir along tha' I:i t'
Lady Suffered Tortures with Itching i, the city he prices arss i;rt 1aind We will sell Beds at Prices Never Before Equalled.
Scalp Humor-One Box of Cuti- '""nyt'i eron. would pur,'n11 th. a
*oIKwe' f the prices were at vi.;>l thev
cura Ointment and One Cake of .,,llk awold ,i not too high Thre
Cuticura Soap Cured Her. re :i ,iny iluir:ie regarding rfatming
A Aid in one or two iiano'- $ 1 9 9
ldeaters in farni lands are pret' artl to
WILL NEVER BE a,,,-,,,.e ,,e their oerin, ,,;ii many }+
WILL NEVER BE .rt.er, t tei. s---- Regular Price, $3.00.
WITHOUT CUTICURA ''re is a good demand for farming
lands at the pre.sell time a ,1 t is () itd,
(lu elt apparent Ulat it will t t,- tt.r
"My sc was covered with little in a few weeks ir months.
pimples an I suffterd tortures from -I- lt t irit the ", 41i.
the itching I was scratching all day Slugglish Liver a Foe to Armbtion.
and night, d I count! get no rest. I You cannot accomplish very minch-
wamhed nmycad with hot water and
washed my d with hot water and if your liver is inactive, as yiu feel
Cuticura Soap and then applied the
Cuticura Ointment as a dressing. One dull, your yes are heavy at i lh-iiht
box of Cuticura Ointnint and onecake exertion elhausts )ou. Orito Iia.- "
of Cuticura Soap cured me. Now my tie Fruit Syrup stimulates tl.e liver
head is entirely clear and my hair is sid bowels and makes Icu fel bright
growing splendidly. I have used Cuti- d ,owe and mskeL yc f' br
cura Soap ever since, and shall never and active. Orinu LaIaiiv. runt Regular Pr;ce, S4.25.
be without it. (signed) AdaC. Smith, Syrup does not nauisete or griie and
309 Grand St., Jtrsey City, N.J." very pleasant to take. Orino it more
effeo(ive than pills orordinary cathar.
ties. Refuse substitutes. J. 'V .M1-
CUTICURA GROWS HAIR conll nt Co. A .f r. N h i
Crusted Scalps Cleansed and Cripple Shoots Son-in.Law. i L 1,
Purified by Cuticura Soap Ather',n T.x., Nov. 21.-T .i .1-1i
:op. a (r.:pp '. shot and ri :t. l
Assisted by light dressings of Cuti- A v Hlrt. hi soniln '.w. a
cura, the Kreat skin cure. This his h ,,, i ast o? rnard. H< .op s ir
treatment at once stops falling hair, i
removes crusts, scales, and dandruff, rl ndred anl is in jail her" 1lart wa-
destroys hair parasites, soothes irri- ree ntly Inidicted at Houst.n on a -
tated, itching surfaces, stimulates the charge of murder In connrcto:n with
hair follicles, loosens the acalp akin the ,iath of his young siterIlnlaw. Regular Pce, $..
supplies the roots with energy an Hollop's daughter. While he was u
nourishment, and makes the hair Rrow de ( ,wile die -o u.t
upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy der arrest his wife died lso. Hlrt
scalp when all else fails. was released from the indictment I t. t-1 1 ,w. .,..ti." %
Complete external and internal charging murder, but wM tbhe bf
treatment for every humour, from gicted for adultery, l htIl t L't (rn hr iAns la*u
pimples to scrofula, from infancy to
age, consisting of Cuticura Soap, -- -.......-__,-i--- -----_-
Ontment, and Pills, may now be hCorner t Will Py You.
of all druggists for one dollar. A Watch Our Corner. It Will Pay You.
single set is often efficient to cure A
the moat distressing erase .
.,td rul,..ocul,,rua .,,d + Sometiueruts?
soult ue thr i M t the ld. FDd I~I" a, c hn
t hr,4 uar W, AI. G.ue, ,W, Fft. S m ti-e WRITE.
m,-s d "or-4,how to u Eva r iHarmer," MA,
*tl aveu a.u wruometr. eAAAs *
--- - If s.,,. it \sill interest \mi to US.
HAWTHORN HAPPENINGS know that it can be -t.ippeal Gainesville, IFotlds.
with D)r. NIiles' A\nti-Pain l'hll, ;
Death of An Old Resident-Real Estate and without any hadl after-
Deal-Other Nows Notes etfct.ct. a(nd this witlihit ldan-
}Iawthorn, November 21.--An impor. ger of forming a dtlri habit or
taut teal estate deal was transacted having your stomach disar-
last week in the selling of the rei. ranged. 'ihey IH.siti\vly c ,n- We Are N Ow Ready
dence owntd by J E Martin of this tain no opium, nmorpl:.ine, co-
plate to P. Baker of Camprille The caine, chloral, ether or chloro-
place will be occupied in a few days by form in anv form. Dr. M ilc' TO UOTE PRISES All SUIMIT SAMPLES OF
J Hahlot and family. Anti-Pain I'ills relieve pain., OTE Pl rn "
W. T. McEuen had the misfortune 'o and leave only a sene of relief.
lose hli baby recently. It was sick I-Tr reason for lthis is explained
only a short while, being seemingly in lv the fact that headache cotnmes
good health in the afternoon. and died from tired, irritable, turbulent,
before morning. ov\er-taxed brain nerves. Antri- A L L 0 0
The young child of W. Cristle, who I'ain I'ills soothe and strength- .
has been siek some time, died recently. en these nerves, thus removing For Men, 1Wo en and Children.
Judge Adkins, who was the oldet the cause. They are harmless
eitisen of this place, and whose ag when taken as directed.
was estimated to be one hondrd and n"W u Ir. MInes' Anti-Pala i"Uts
foor years, died rla week. and was rr thi rurta huadl. n We carry everything fedy.to.W.r and ill
thlItk that therm Is n opnsthat1 will Wo carry evorythlng rea
interred in the Hawlhorn cemetery. uatl them They cuw care th.
P-ror-or W., E. Be and -wife wenI t r nn o r ultr oriehrn will receive prompt and careful attention.
to tGalaevillle last wek to eoefer am of a norn'nl. tmer n at. snd
with the Sopurinteadeni of Poblle In. n **w*m tIo It coml.t0vlr eshau, st
strcttom ln rerl tord o hibiia of dif. e. ad I tretAe an I mn O rely
roe.ntln mr*tt. At th-* tiesI aM-
ferent hbeolI for the State Fair at w ata. tle* A rtll It Wan AA R MTnd e
Tampa. Hawth r' ebol hs a aeS mirL .I.t a o t Nhlna *rfect thr
ad at ,r,,tit .e.,.bl, of worto do n* b e y *' *' t-. , ,. Marb
the pppite, which will be hard to easl or. Mie'n At m Pall ar y 1. eWe i0 l onoltt bl txprlrn C. 0(. 1). htubjet
If judrged by -eursy or ror dome. b, ,--- a * ,.,y of wo, -e.- to examination he ore accepting.
Costipalfti 5 dee *I i. Nevr *,u Inu .L
Helthb r ab .otell Impeble If Miles Medical Co., Elkhart d 2. We send two or three. styles of garmientM
*ojtipatiua be preeat. Naoy rtooe for seleCtion.

h spr s from eLted seetipa 3. We allow io per c*nt dis )unt for w h,
tioe. oIeh a deplorable eodlUoadI s noIrms oK r AUICATrON Fo, ITA except on contract goodM.
ame***es There IN r o, tf i A. L Ws o rtl EIS A
Herbl 1 will speedlty remedy mattras. eny I n w ,r.*r .* IWt J- PrMuJ.
O. A. ULlael. P M, IBon, Wlo., heI.. re Ta renrie s. a
Sue eib fee Sm ses .s. Sae H. LEVY, RO. & CO.,
H uteMr 3 Se Iu st **seIr urna 'i ,
Heassoe*, t .l = 1 One. odii n, -ee *t I*re* w ee a




A Matter

of Health

There is a quality in Royal

Baking Powder which pro-

motes digestion. This pecu-

liarity of Royal has been

noted by physicians, and

they accordingly use and

recommend it exclusively.




Mttem of aGenrl Interti Oath
ered by Our Beportrs.


What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
from us udai's Daily Sun:
Mrs. E. T. Finkles of Roohelle wu*
In the city yesterday.
L. N. Pearoe, the popular Alaehua
merchant, was in the eity yesterday.
Mrs. H. L. Stokes of Mioanopy was
In the oity Monday calling on her noi-
merous friends.
Myron Jackson of Oasla is the wel-
oome guest of the family of Milo Ben.
nett of this city.

J. B. McDonald is now located at
arrabelle, where he has requested
that The Sun be forwarded to him.
W. B. Ellis of Oedar Key was In the
eity yesterday. Ills host of friends are
always glad to grasp his honest palm.
F. I. Irwin, general merchant at
Fairbanks, was in the oify yesterday on
business and made The Hun a pleasaut

J. H. M. Kirby of Newberry was in
the olty Monday aud made The Hun a
pleasant "call" for the limit-one dol-
lar a year.
The residence of Col. W II. Palmer
In North Uaine*sill is being altered
and Improved by the addition of a large
bay window.
Bors, to Mr. and Mrs. PI. II Perry,
Monday. November 20th. 1906, a son,

F rom Wednesday's Daly 8ws:
E G Spencer of Alaehua, deputy
tax collector, was in the city yester.
J. H. Hines of LaOrosse was in the
city yesterday to purchase goods and
sell his cotton.
Rev. D. B. Strouse and wife of Sal-
em, Va., were registered at the Brown
House yesterday.
Luke Howell, one of Newberry's
progressive merchants, was in the city
yesterday on business.
Superintendent Miller will com-
mence on hi repair at the water
works In about ten days.
M. II. Deland, who recently resign.
ed as principal of the Stroble school,
was in the city yesterday.
Newt Johnsaon, the popular Haw.
thorn druggist, was the guest of his
brother. W. M. Johnson, of this city.
For Sale-Two and one-half acre lot
In West Ganenville, near the Univer-
sity grounds. Mrs. Kate 8. Britt, Cen-
tral. Fla. At
S. W. Harrell of Santa Fe, one of
the protperooa farmers of that section,
was iLthe eity yesterday to see how
eourt was progressing.
Seed Oats! Seed Oats!! Both Texas
ruot proof and Ninety-days stock to
offer oheap for cash. See us before you
buy. 0. 8. Merchant & Co.
The turpentine business Is making
thing lively and there is a demand
for workrmo in the various oampe.
'enable A Jones are advertialug for
men at Clayno and Worthington.
Rementber you can work a horse or
a mule bouLht of W. R. Thomas ten
days aid return him, getting every
cent of your money baok If not satie-
fled.but we do not defy competition.
W. R Thomas.
Rev. E. W. Way of Dalton,Oa.,a for-
mer pastor of the First Presbyterian

weight eight pounds. Friends extend Church of this city, stopped over to
congratulations, meet a number of his friends yester-
H. M. Chitty returned from Mica- day. on him way to Taeoma, where he
nopy on Monday, where he has bwen g n' to) lloiate at the 8mith.Reeee
for some time, stiffering from dengue n Iptials
fever,. (li brother. Arthur, who t Major J. W. Tench, who has ebarp
afiated with rheumatism, ha tern. of the A'acliha county exhibit at the
porarily, at least, list the use of his tate Fair, arrived in the eity ystev-
left arm, but it thought to be slowly day. Mrs. Teach s to charge during
ganinll, hit abeoeo and she has readered ex-
(Calvt Smh. the brilliant young silent service in making the display
cartoo ntt of The Jacksonvllle Times. as attreti as the means at her dis-
ftI-s vw-%I.AA m1se

Vnilon. was in the city on Monday. en
route to rrTacTmi. where he will oni
Wednesday wed Miss Margurate KReee.
ile arempl tshed daughter of Dr iand
Mrs. RBee of that pilee. The many
..iends of the young l-.ople it (iiGares
ville extend eongratulatlioll
The books awarded to K'rby Smoth
Chapter, 1'. D 0 i t he Library (on.
trs have be~n disposed of as the 'Chap-
ter had uiteoded, provided they wa
Thle igh Sehool rge the fine cale,-
Cea of books Of rafoe, while the
Hlosptal ha the works of fi tcluo The
ladia "totrd fair" ao the foate*st and

pusal Wroul a mit.

CLARsn.IL&a, TaMn.,June6 1901
Dr E. %. Hall. 8s. Louls. Mo.: Dear
Dlcitor--I is with pleasure that I re.
ommenJ your Texas Woeder for kid.
ney and bladder troubles. au ay wife
and myself hav both seed It sd ex.
Sr-reed wuMderftl relief hra iu
:,. usa. W. Baa.

S o small boaUe of the Tasm Wea

*hey have most woIhil bsowed he 49e, HKAl'S O(lst Dlmvwy, eir-SO MO
pit.. won tihrvogh their peIstentu l ktIdny sao l LmM e Itrbles. o
let.. ,grn e*am dahws. mial .
Bapeelateadoot Kelley is utry sag 6-IFweAk d blem book&. rhem.
ws peretoetmCgotakwas to oseesa i's OWSad 11wV asn4I6 of as W&M
lWs go" top' the Galnevowile l e NW' sft WWblioe, Ia bel as h
Al10 oailees memere s. me they a". do UW!"iamsebige. tieebles le
.ad 0@4 sthe SwoFair lie tre hg b- oi e.Ifam tsmom, p "e dyg4,ho.
11 Plowed wIlth eemstl exhibli as W be oems to mu do 'mipSor $5.
the iwe Ps ,Me &WlA.qofte mseems behe Maubou" is"M nmew sem.
seem "ke Sam reima s bef" beabs" MAst a edman t" aSO Ps a
bms4~g ~. f ~heS De. arm"seW. MaIL.gab~
am em 1P. bad-K @L M
Nblw. ?bow an amUbe wo___
wlb~r Ylr ~Ilrr
~o Ct~ WrHU~sr k ~Y ~ ~I ~U IP~L~ -Als.1

Turpentine leam for sale at this of-
8oe, Ou per dosea, $8 per hundred.
OMh ab a accompany order. dawrt
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hill are happy
over the arrival of a doe boy at their
home. Friends extend congratula-
M. B. Davis. a promising young mer-
ehant of Hague, was in the city yester-
day. He was en route to Tamps,
where he will vislt the Fair.
Chas. W. Wells of Alaehua was
among the business visitors to the
county capital yesterday. He reports
Alachoa in the usual prosperous condi-
Miles Charlotte and Florence Stock-
ert have returned from an extended
trip to points in Michigan and Canada.
Friends are delighted to welcome them
W. E. Bell of Trenton, member of
the firm of Wade & Bell, extensive
croestle and railroad contractors, has
been in the city for the past two days
on business.
Here She Goes! If you want 20
pounds best granulated sugar fMr $1
drop your silver. If you can't stand
the drop, step from under. G. 8. Mer-

JPom 2wr:day's Daly Sun:
A. T. Kellele eftyeesterday for Tam-
pa and the State Fair.
J. I. Feaster of Rochelle was trad-
s'ina the alty yesterday.
M. F. Hope, a planter of the Hague
seetbon, was trading in the city yester-
Mr. and Mrs.J. A. Tucker of Ro-
ehelle were among the visitors to this
city yesterday.
8. F. Waits of Grove Park was
amOOg the business visitors to Gaine,-
villi ysserday.
We dp not defy botapetition but in.
vi4 lonipeilon anu guarantee stock
aud prtes. W. R. Thomas.
For 8ale or Exehange-A large num-
ber of horse. CheapPlor eash. Call
on Honter& Edwards. d8twlt

Chant & Co. ...
chnt CoDill of Reidsville, W Va., have ar-
Monroe Venable of Kanapaha was a rived in the city from Anthony, andi
business visitor to this city yesterday. expect to remain here for the winter.
He is a member of the firm of Vena- These gentlemen formed part of the
ble & Swearingen, manufacturers of party which arrived here several days
naval stores. ago, but proceeded to Anthony. So
Wade Thomas of Monteocha was in far as they have seen, they are well
the city yesterday. Mr. Thomas pleased with Gaineeville and this sao-
brought nine bales of cotton from his tion.
own farm to market which were sold to In the notice of the party at the
Dutton & Company. residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Me-
LABOR Contracts t the thin for Collum, which appeared in yesterday
farmer and turpe, tine men, th per morningu' Sun, the item mentioned
farmers and ttrpotone men, 5 Operh that music was furnished by "Mrs." J.
dosen, $2 for ), or $3 per 100. ash F. Pixton when it should hare read
Is hand with order. Address, THE
SUN, aineesville, Flr. r "Mr." James is the gentlemanly phar.
W ,maoist at J. W. MaCollum & Cu.'s drug
We have on sale a carload of mules store weides being a clever piansi.
and a carload of horses. We guaran nd he informs The Sun thnt "Mrs." J.
tee our stock and refund purchase F. has not yet materialized.
price any time within ten days if same --
is not satisfactory. W. R. Thomas. L. A. Jernigan. Gainesville. Fla.
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks LDear Sir: You are Jewelers, there-
for sale as thisoffice, the form used in fore, you know the value of a Waltham
Aleehua county which aves money in Movement Watch, and that it is better
recording. $ per hundred or 6(s per than the average of its elas.
doaen by mail. Cash must aeeompany Any painter who paints your house,
order. dawtf your neighbor's house and your neigh.
For ale or Exchange-Desirable bor's neighbor's hooe with the L.. A
hotel property in Chicago Fine local. M. Paint before March 1, 1908, will get
tio. Party dires to come to Flor- from us a bunting eas watch with
ida, and will ill or exchange for Flor. Waltham movement. either ladies' or
ida property. Address 174 Oakwood, gentleman's sie.
Ohleago. dwS L .At M. eots about $1.20 per gallon,
San N. W. M. .Every church will bt given a liberal
Rev. and Mre. W. M. Stroot, the new quantity of L. & Pinwnver
Second Ad vent miilter, are now oen-. oe y of i
they paint.
pylag room with Mr. and Mrs. 4 glons .
Bailey in North atesnville. and the .4 galon mxed win & Martions L. i
reverend -eatlema has entered upon Oi. ril mpain a ih oue ll. l L d
bldt pstor. (, well pita a hous.
be duties pe n dL & M. costs about $1.:) per gallon.
Miss Tebes khas installed in her
sehol a had new Oiekerin W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Va..
school a bameeme co Chieklring Wr
piano, the w*ot of tbhe ehooldemand- Write. "Painted Frankerburg
lg same It le ose of the leadia in. bloek with L A M.; stands out as
esrumenrt of is kind, poeenien an though varnished."
exceptionally sweet ona. ears and cover like gold
I"o&t tt tay$1 S) for Linseed O)i,
"S..ay. I. t. e t yo o rdy -t or c pain
lated sugar ye areo *Oring 30 poods L & M. eoeta about 1 2) per gallon. i
for $1 good. pre eegart" Posetively Buy oil frew from the barrel. at SO
ye. and mo e thta that. you get 16 er***s *all,,. and mix it wth L A M.
onen to e pe sd. Oal-buy-pay Iti maks paint coo* abolt I$ 3 per
--nd bet eovissed. U. 8 Mdfrhast Sa by J ThMas, Gaaonesvll.
A Coa paT. I

TO UU3LO1cbn
jzn1 ,0 DaW-s, use


When you come to Gainesville you
are invited to make our store your
headquarters. We have holiday goods,
Huyler's oandies, books, stationery,
hot and cold drinks etc. A. L. Vidal
& Company.
Hon. John G Dampier of Hagne,
chairman of the Board of County Com-
missioners, passsd through the eity yes-
tfrday en route to Tampa a .d the
State Fair. He expects to remain in
the Sooth Florida city for several days.
Notice to the Public-I have estab-
lished at Raleigh, Fla a new and up-
to-date grist or corn mill entirely sep-
arate and apart from my sawmill, and
will grind corn on Saturday of each
week, and respectfully solicit the pat-
ronage of the public. T. J. Con~.
20 a Note Heads and 100 Enve-
V 1V lopes with your name and
business printed thereon, delivered to
any part of the United States on re-
ceipt of $1.25. Cash must accompany
order. Positively no credit to any one.
Address The Sun, Gainesville, Fla.
While Solicitor Calhoun has been
with the grand Jury. Judge 8yd L.
Carter has been conducting the crim-
inal prosecutions in the upper court.
With his experienced hand on the
helm things have been made to hum,
and a large number of cases have been
disposed of.
We are in a position to furnish first-
elau bean, coke and lettuce hampers,
also cabbage and canatloupe crates
promptly at reasonable prices, and
guarantee prompt shipment on all
contracts. Ship on either A. C. L. or
S. A. L. railroads. Williston Manu-
facturing Co, Williston, Fla dawtf.
Attention is directed to the adver-
tisement of H. C. Stephens, the High
Springs jeweler. Mr. Stevens has just
moved into magnificent new quarters
and proposes to carry a more up-to-
date line than ever before. He will
have his fall opening on the 28th and
29th inso. and invites the public tocall
and inspect the good.
Orval Watson. J. J. Cleaver and Ray

(We Sd v owest fadtey Prices
( % EASY 1S5M5. C,
(We Pormge Aed Gr.eteeatc Ubrc~f .
J kl ST h110 PTS'~Um C CEawjeg
(hse Atwe Fufi Pwiach I~ Calsp

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11,1001401M dodoei Contkius 36eSale for the Balance of the Wemk *-
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(Formerly advertised and otd as
No chasne In formula or pakase. The nr.
only has been ohanged to avoid eostulaon
we cannot afford to have so Valuable preparA-
LUOn oonfused with any oUter).
NADINOLA Is guaranteed. ad amone w..
be refunded In every eae whe re it f .
to remove freckles. priples. Mv co,.
lar dlcolooratonD. blaok-beads. ta eru -
Uons. etc. The worst ouseetn Od aa LaveeI
the skin clear, soft, healthy. ad restore the
beauty of youth.
Price 50 cents and 11.00. Sold an each .:
by all leading druriusts. or by mall.
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
Sold in Gainesville by J. 8. Bodiford
& Co. and J. 3oCollum & Co.

Revs. T. J. Nixon and D. B. Strouse
Conducting Services.
Rev. T. J. Nixon, pastor of Kara.
naugh Methodist Church, assisted by
Rev. D. B. Strouse of 8alem, Va., b,.
Ran a series of meetings at that church .
Tuesday evening. The first meetirt
was well attended, and the meeting
gives promise uf great sucoeu.
All pastors of the city, together wit .
their congregations, are invited i
Join in the meeting.
Rev. D. B. Strouse.
Thi entleman, who is now conduct.
ing a series of evangelistic meeting.
with Paotor T. J. Nixon at Kavanaugh
Methodist Church, is already known to
many of our people, as he ha visited
Gainesville several time before. HQi
is the fatherof Dr.Clarenae B. StroPe,
so well and favorAbly known in odr
Mr. Strouse is apparently about4lx-
ty years of age, and is a man of fla
appeatarace and cheerful dispoelltio..
Hle is a very successful bosineas ma
who gave up a large and lucrative beod.
ness in Salem, Va that he mtht git
his entire time to erangelislte ob.l
He practiced law for eighteen g6es
and gave it up to attend to his
manufacturing inter*et, he being p
ident of the company.
Mr Strouse is a man of deep
and a broad, catholic spirit.
a member of the Luthern sh
but works harmoniooely with
churches in revival meetlag.
greatly desires that the peto i
members of the other ehambrbe
attend the meetinop u as ta aW
ble. The special meetinip beWW
day night and will continue for
twelve days. Servioee daily as 8 p.aj
and 7:0 p. m.

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