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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 25, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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 )
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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: VID01033
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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VOL. II, NO. 24!)



ELECIN FRAUDS


IMOE OF MURDER


JIM Killed in Barroom in the

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LGAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER


JAPS INDIGNANT AT BRYAN.

He Wanted to Purchase a War Stool
which Was an Heirloom.
Victoria, B. C.. Nov. 24 --apanne(e
newo.-; ) :)e'r rectIvedl Iby t!he attamner
Snaainu: c'r:tic'te Wi;::am J. I ryan,
now v s;iiEg Jalan, Ix. tes>: to piirt-.ai- rh war c i on
which A.ln,lr:la T'Itwo t wPln the


IShinto c~remnionlal in L'.~w park at
WtNI PGKLi ARE ARRESTED 'T1\4r 'o c-;elbra'e the naval triumph.
Th- e rt'ool. which was used for a sim.
A Ole Was In Progress In Hall I ar puirp(jle or centuri:e. f.lnce 1t607,
AMI te t Saloon in Which a Row h^i ten undtJd lowu in the Ogasa-
wara family of Sh:nto priests ia hch
Was arted and About 50 Revolver fam : r almne nas the authority to con-
heit Were Fired. Juc: s;,ch cren mninials..
Ne' k, Nov. 2.--Eeti ru A' d ,y vernacular Jal)ant se news.
M or v.24.- ectio u rs. W\llami J.. Lr'an went from
S'heieved by the polc.t to al Yolobamu. to aMtenl the ceremony and
MUe auTder- last nigh' of asi, to )e p.rmitted to sit u~pon a
n In tile little Napl, dan( -a' af such good onien No objec-
hi Wd also the pro!)ably f.it;. i u i so the storyuns,
lfatl of Abraham .tuckluran, ll Bryan t.nri trid to pu rc'hase the heir.
iH'5iLad with a fractured .kull oni' As i had sanctity In Japanesc
lMaaoq away from tlh l'n N,'Li- t r, Iuonly ,lignation. The
le 4dYee hall is a, (;r, Tt .li ,, re' ti ; fl ,.rn y that the
0*t a"d was conducted i t a Aol 's, Ia,): for sale.C
d1fr of an east sli -A. ru:n .1 r,w .ji ,11ino)() .~ay. the chair was
sf taad on the dcai i an an :; 'i n v handed over to Mr. Bryan at
bldrMation obtained fi,,::; in. l hiv e'rncsit rcqt :after a family con-
I.two of them won, n i wA(, : s11'.iio n of the Ocrawaras. IAlarnlng
W i after the n thl Iro:tl'r *l( r eavlngK Toklo of the f.-clial char.
0It1d that the quiarr, ; :.' i : r f the chiai Mr. Bryan retutrued
Itelon returns. ;t To !h,. nmal ( oif Toklo with a letter
0a0 of the prisoner !.i a ii ,:,aining that h. hbal no Idl a of the
aI t of the ladt l( -::7 n i .1 o' ,, '.,,: (.'ct.i tonal vnlor to the Oga8-.
L Harrt ngton wa.s l ;i:l i:i :!' I t a a family, an.l Indell tr the clrcum.
em of tie little N; Ni :'I: a. ,i.' c volver battle which :'. ',, Tokio l:ipper sayn Mir Itr.\a
Ilpatstered wlth b;ooi ai ir.i ': ::H ',, cht a cnionmmn ch'!r on which Ad-
fltae on the wall. i,.a> T'ro o at in a rubtaurant.
Bartender Bernard I1'ro," '
ole under arrest, Sai ('!t ',t REFORMERS MEET IN PEW YORK
arted wnel"W memtlr. b(if t.1 ___I
ty alooatlMon, which L :: Uy. ent*rei the room af:,r m: i'g' Men Will Speak. )
me of thee men,. E*rt,"' ,:\- 1ime. New York. Nov. 24 -To give Im4pet.
tlJy ordered drinks for the wuie us to the anti-bhosp movement and to


". rowd. When every one 'as drink-
laB he Inaolently pomndl,-.l with hls i
on the bar and oxc!alned: d
"My beet friend was hot he nr. Tues. t
day morning. Are Itire an.' of you
here who know how to rhocrt If you
do. T'd lke to have yeu ito l),ln" o
The cihallenlOr was arcce't,'! and In t,
the battle which Lo'loef! the p)!ie e
say that .0 sho)t m ,ero- fi:- I Wh'en tNi, P
Officer:, arrived liarr!nv'on wa; dead
-0 tCie floor an IH a'1 'hi. ol'l, r, Incliud-
Slag the wvolnt I In the dance lha ll L.'iP F
bld after turnine oit i '.** Iht his
The deadt man'. oir found :
S -eroaching toer his ma.t'r's l1,tly anid 1
s whaling.
The police ho!ileve that a quarrel
; e *Fr the Jlrislln of telction money e
was the original cause of tih fnibt.

., BUSY DAY FOR FEDERATION. b


*ifteey Workers' Union and ThP
Other Unions Nave ClaPh.
VPlwsburg. Noyr 24 --nPe dliepsit 1t
twee the Brewory Workero' unlo a
-' eineers. -e-mon anti t a81s'
-1ton, u-u up again before hl Awl
tion of [Abtv at Chits NM

!'t0fe ProVies for the M
mal t etl by wbatratil
11wI~ ftae d is SaMpll
w" 110091 Yby the brepw
'~. mubi. It w crarged that t]
imnuip~r Wka' raa~ptl Wc
y bek ag to the oCM

91e ha Vksela, resaluoe pit

jIsme the~rr Ir hsuto.
SspOSO It wa" arlksd 1
NOu %We- ft" to bi the BM..
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w+" So IauW.r c -SW Ib l
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brlng the reform leaders together. t:h'
ity club will give a 4dnner next Tues-
lay evennlg at whict the leading lc-
ors In the reform fight. at the recent
election will be guests Toe speakers
rill he D:etrict Attorney Jerome. May
Dr Tom Jobnaon, of Cleveland, Sena.
4relect (Colby. of New Jersey' anl
irbably Mayor Weaver, of P:lllade|
ihla. Inritallons have been sAnt to


Mayorelect DIemlp y. of Clncinnatl;
layor Fagan. of Jersey ity; Wlillam
Martin. and Prank II. So tmner. of
Newark; GeorPg Rs-cord. of Jersey
Ity: Frank Whitelock, mayor-elect of
rler-o. Mayor Ostlorte. of Abhurn.
. Y.
James R Rurnett. chairman of I *
lib's dinner committ-e. sald yester
say:
"The dinner is not on mnsch to cele-
irate reent rlvtorles as to brill to.
other the leaJer@ of those movefelat
a order that by a romparlsoe of x-1
'rliere we may learn what we may
fairly exxl,'f n the ftirtevr from I.a
Iependen-: moveme'nts tf this e~ar-
cLtr "


ColebratIo Far eJ Ap Arms
Ilctria. 1 1 Vor. 54.-4rmt prep
lbarstions are belag made Ab em~bat.
nlagthe rtrtur of te JUpaSDe ares@@
09 from Manchrida areordisg to he rm
Wpor ofI fs steamo)s hip ust. Ms
)w General alAo sad O wTss uarmy
from Nor'h K rieawo nlal at
IT t'aa aid 'af claim t whm te
eleanor salld. an,] M rmaa9'te pw re
ro wallirag a taft'w#m (EbISYl ethe
troeopm Tr flre-as Japallaajee tal
roads kh as. 11torr"d "Ad preW
raI in* are- r-fig XMa to makbe a Me-
Oor Sr r&"e't' AAll the trops egg
W epwrtod tfn ? mome Ito os ftmost
SOfeorM ref 'k !an% of mar 6900"1
sell upiwatile 8"1Prtlpo" t e soSI tW


Is oates ldoo lLa
w moadoTtoo q Nov.aedixe-AwihUt&
eMpesor w Ierc'baste Of 4 oaos

the afrtat I a o 0 Ig nw Of t


Ymg (a Come~o SUisb


sm"& Ow m *r de s 4
Nk ow. I ei s,'eNd *a d--adv

so bme &bow so sot rSom de bar"s
If, = by *"l YGM4 AM a
"P NO go* mw 4d a* goad~9
"1 at "IS Oarp sm. 61 40am
mA fib ths sds as by A -


I-r lr e' Yam
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was &: be
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IUIPRISE IS SPRUNG


IN THE\


1ON CASE


Government Pitoe a Company
Offcial oa the SLard.

OIVES SENtATIONAL TESTIMONY

Tells of the Deal He Made With Sen-
ator Burton to Rpresent His Compa.
ny Before AAtheelties Which Was
Charged with Frud.


St. Louis. Nov. 4.-T hL &>,\4rnment
)lniia a surprise In thte rial of L'ulttd
States Senator J. R. tiioti), of Kan-
N.a charged with btintu I.<> .paid at-
tWrney for a corporation in matter
pending betre ihe p i:off.ce depart-
niteng by introuud4agn as a ittle s today
Clharles H. BrooiA. ftorei.r pire dent of
the company which w.a- thi prede-
cessor of the RIatto (o,'n, .ny and toit
mer president of the N.i-iiial Stcurl.
ties company.
looks t t-tlfed ti i' a confirm nce
bewtcen Senator Lhjr:o,: It If. Kastor
and htimself,,Snaetot 1 rtion was In
troduceJ b) Kastor, \\,. sait I th.i rtn.
Otor was willing to it ;: .. nt It:. Nit-
tional company. I't1 i.', e.u l hIli' lltd
not ace how the s-n t', )ould be' ot
any use to him.
"Kaitor replied." < : iil Id lh'i wit
n .ss. '"here Is the rt iu i I (I f'-t.*
ied your fl" h agali-nst \Ijor IN-ti,%.
precedent of the RI i!a iv, r-.iany |pre
ventln*( the' issue of :a aiu, otnr'r \.i
the postoff.ce departn'rt I rt.lh'l
thal In that case. !t .i ,'.t he- w-ell ti,
employ Henator Btllt'in ,i A lAiator II
ufred ml e lha s c as ;, -,,, i 'tlve f :
parnonl In St lnotl w. e, un lr linv ,,
gllation and lhat ni, I.le inil ht be
Mwde for me.
"Tae'r.' wae stompe n,'ral dlirelnaqtoil
betlwen nm)e,'f iht I iHnnlatr lit',im
a to the terms nud other matters. Iiu
no debftltd arrantro"wnt wag rac:un-l
The government' al-o hroii ht ou t ile
fact that Broolk nw nwasIt!tr a .1aI
isilon of the ro -i* of .p.eal non lii
onvlcilon on a <'' o!ti of o'-lir'"int
I shel me to .', fr; ;d ItI co>itie'- floa
with the naioIi,al ,.t*rtl'e'i rv itiynny


On cross-examrr ;c': i the do* (o-. at
trmnp led to 1ic,* 'A Iho lt *t!rlony of
Prooks was sfr 1 4) c)rltain pioPim,
lasi of Immunl,' ita Ic b)y tle federal
aiitbhoritlie I-'.,ia idealed this
ThIe govertrfe:' thee asked permis
tl~n from Jadir, V\andev lrr to In.
trodic lone a.1: lrnal wlinelm aprn
his arrival II the' iey ad with this e.
ceptlon Colonel iH r asaoterd ahat
the proweruaton 'ad completed ie ease
AJltoroy Lehri an ob)e ,d lashn.
lagII t defense al the right to know
the prosee~tlion attire ase before at-
tenmpltg to cretr *V. rtl It.
Job Vlander,'e r ruled tht If the
wtelle was on and at the reeinart
lag of eoins a ? p i.. t cold be
beard. but at t bowr the defense
souldJ bena.


K M" M an Said OeW.
Xysaw N YT\,v H'-4he botdo
Wulliam H Joba. W laa ho leO O
sad hle JreHart, lWtyem *ad well"
*4 Trash firltisteurwas feud thke ms
fs at the rar '.9fthe Mipltl ubercs
tow the sood.,' tint 4"1 ww minWed
Joe". b" hab h! nwee throvia tIe
beas witb a re' '! halft famed wel
te body. Ther e waive"y a The b*d
fItt a alM n W L' rwL fr Jose..
Whisb k hegs f tattN'the *booatin
&I the sif- a -Ckfe It *wordr
aM ninci4ef I md as attemptof
JIY o o bo h vs M"e wlisVb
be wV Ilsfal us I', t W ftbe to
Ud him Mm a sim maw t hose
whomb he d. a rapF5 OM4 bIo
butI Harry Pr?1545 IM11d1is
MW b e h..Sep e


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Weest B' ( D'I-h
aiGUNK wero e qIIfeZI

0 M ree as10 O Nba..
fLw.esboe ~~ pe.I* ...b
W" 91110he ef J- -A" 61111. The t"
amsers seosua64eba sap" *aso&,
4101111 ON ber toIs m meevow

%*Mmo ess-- -p 11


25, 1905


NEW WArAHIPS R&COMMENDID.

Board of Construction Wants Conyrose
to Apprepriati Mach Money.
'aahblngton, Nov. 4, --Three frst.
classa bitlcships of at least 18.00) tons
dlppeftemet and 19 knots speed, three
*eqond-clase crularo of 5,000 tone dis-
p!aerment, one gunboat of tae Helena
Class. and three o'her untot, of liglht
draught, two $or use in the Philipplnem
and two for sesvlr.' Ii t hterivers of
China. with additional toI"01 host
&ad torpedo boat destroy'rt are the
pritbc!ps recommendatlota io the boar,l
of navy In i-t progam os new con-
strirtlosn to be autborlvil by the neat
coingress. which Is now under roultider.
allot by the board of eonsiatrttetia.
At Its n mentig tomorrow the oWier
board wUl Cmplote is repart utxon the
praoticAbllty of the proixisihl t)pes of
shlps colotatlud In the general board's
rlmrogr 4t1l the two rulios will I lt
forwarded to tho secretary. Alltho
aI)proeilatIg fut y ha s necessity n'
imout oruile ra In time of war taw ierd
of Rn at 'IIIHIrfortse( oit dostroio'rs
and torpo lo iiwits aus tbe 1mm111.ldIal.
de~eiraleillit'of mall gunhoat for w'r-
Vlre ()It f I. I Atiictic elation. isvo': al
ntmlwi- 2 c I', Ivboard of cconattriwi oti
art, li t f e et ( cimrCeit ra Itilt I he f nlgh
for ar(Mvhlmiolal lipt t-heii "ntht' firp-1 re
oninienilnallinl of the iwn--iaiil mord-oc.
thot fur I Itt.'' rie'- n 1 b
T1ht, hivir-i .- l ivol, Mruritiwc iii hOw
P40-Au iIIl 4 fII a lilgt 141 VIIuI 41f l ,

Inc d gunb lit (if'' t o lho- utiInhlmr
'itr.l bI T Pi. tb )'I; Affio1) o1ti1 4It&lal 11'
l1lil (eluf'fti
'rms e opinion (or t!e'#- tI go .to te ow .1

*'I 0lu ln'ei... ii *,llb ef I ra t'e*Iaic
In (i r c'f C! t lll i e aof' f.tpowe o rf
it; -'eII i' 13 k 1ie(vt c ~ I 1e'. f f ti' I A i f t It I
I h ci i n! ni f, it ic II I& I it'@- n rullook1 0 .1

JUCGC TALKS TO REPORTERS.

Boston Off cia' Tells Them to Re1frain
from PrintiAg News.
11"Is.rtll !Xtiu'24.- Juetgo 11RIe-e'leif
11-f iskl rot rrltlan.il Ir'oeirt ,i A
0It it Ih,' t ria! fl the p le-n'danto In
f 10 funioll" 'If~~* ruag 'ly )e ''

t'Wu el filt re' I e, r* e l 'fit.w

!I'a II''*r,~~: is t..'eree10 Ill # in-# ei


'T-prt cats' ofyttie- titer ~ i' e
611% I'1tAes14: I Aal cl i0te halls 1ece lAl.
cotne"1 fr 'nal tei si v.cat uuisyT. CA S
h.a t 's-rl* el :1 r 't pat l cilill, A "I rrat
taellir i"rr'e I ,*m *a OO mAMl c06e0
In It Itio e oI (he .utmost IMpOrtantso
?:)at It t wrl'. toy an asIohtely Impar-
tial sat unpre-jlPAced itury. If-tPat.
ter awapsporsor aould gIria a&Y
mest or taoke, an cy rnmeal tp n tnl0
ease. They should Publioh .brwat
ever aboul Me th o eoxUl 1fe iptrl.
'is's, of rnrde. 'y h a"ea I orfect
right to publish the pres leos'

Deet "I Pin l8 60 Ol.
Atimats. Now, X4.-tbwe .1wil be a
Jleftl rf nearlyy 12000 Ia thM penu'.
rolls r IING, critag t oa* reer,
M&4 to OWIMV o by Po ultco
Comal~inJ.3'W. Umisoy, whoteas
)* of empld the slek for smos tpat
The re .me mew apILeal toss I~re
piesa*go eSAMd "Mh She mevacsss'u1c
Pamela" 4W with of 0~04ON1111"t
tle hisyr. el of W"I be aopprt'lr.1
I1' MdM W laspr..sd a" v.Isa'- t'r
amemdmmt, *4 WIth thee are API
PlIcsticS tpwee.4theWtt'Al 6'' .
Of preIaee r IW i ii be I'V "'4 A.
sons 167 kv INK. a w r'-r-.
opf 341, alfobles tc*afrlia lv aI40wroea14'1
l0 1U 1 the IuI4 oWl rp h ivvooiI

bow~ soOW rut0, re
deaths Prmv

rue7 eekrllm.. --r ~ k~c
BedS.~. "Nsf to Pews#e
(~ahim9I X'.s :ITbo .&lra.

''t' ftC' flf" E *iflt.A.IePslo
600a 9 o cf the wpvr fn
6S--otmssoin esgeew' o4 a. e aaO. rto
a40.sia sWbe!,*r f I% #r- rtk Ito
06Ml&O at St A* fV -weaPas4A bee'"

Kmm ~Pbe fs 'a.0 t~ar, on*VWWasea
OCe"Or if of froe 's 1" ('3WrCWs

mdsly 014aa '* 4, 7 ~
m e n d t U I'
f-iV'BA urw e r -riggrm j o
ck Inr r *+'M.AaJ
O0w lb MM otSao*e.
va* r~e EThbe
Up lw


TEN CENTS A WIIK


PRICE OF COTTON


CONTINUES UPWARD


The flecy Staph Steadily in
creases in Value.

HIGHER PRICES ARK PRMfQDOT

New High Level For eason is R e1 l.
ed In Future--Shorts ContinA
Their Rush to Cover and Bulls Ai
Juvi:ant Over Prospects.
New York. Nov. M. l'he cotton
market opt-nol wtak at a decline Uf
8 to t1 puats, but attracted a tr*-
meadurs demand at the dooilae wUh
one laterrt't credited with purrolias'
of lO,0O balem of March and a muca
of May on the call.
StkesI local proft4eilonals, New Or'
lnas and L ivrpool luntreeta were
msllers. Lut Lbe market showed IUttil
dfispoltluon to yield and townl Ibe ead
of itol first hour. became very'asotve
and strong., tihhl prlce a lowHla a gal
of I to 0 pol t he on the active s tha.
The oIpenllng doolllle wi ee I to low.
et cables, lnlt lverpool rallied after
Itite local 4()enlng aInd New Oileans at
Icr oprinli loIser, ial-M ailvatncel sharp
ly. '1'e niarket .lev%.loped Increrp
lug strenigh and el tliity during the
late fo(rnetii and around midday was
aenssalonally active and exrctlle on a
panir on recent *ellers. aclratme bull
slij)Port ant liberal hbylini through
wire anIl comlmslllon htoIutr
Prmes w re 311 to '((1 I)alnt up If
lie howelt. or about 22 to 24 potato
ne-t klrbthr with Mircrh oellitg at a
new hk h level for the seaso mad
tiitll prodictIng 12e for th(a portlOB
before the eloht frn,'rrow
1l'f4 cotton 4iil-* itil.llinl ul planjd
11.715; mIddling Ing!f, lc
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New Orlean Market Exoited.
New O(hlan1s. Nno 2(4 -Tar eoeol
lon( of lite, nrtt)in Inarket thsl laorl
Ing was assin very s'xc4tln Oglw-
In II in it points town, freVa ott.
II' l Ic"r;nj il llnt .avy whort covterlag
1o1n pit ltle<1 ulip e0m0tl 40 Wpilalt ore
the los.elt .MVrrI whltici opeeed at
.1 .51. oll as hlilh a ItI l. or 41 polnte
hhlgher l4'fer, a i'i.' lien ,,I is. wikb
aIsei' tht I,11at11 is n .41 off to tIN0.
Most of he i atIvln*. a. 4l to thort
rnvrring, Uhw-i <.. I free n outd
by lag.


Kited by Train While Ppeyjf
blow Voile.k, S41V Wary (0.af
trthy krnill afll pre 1wa yo hc rbaf
Of aD "If-ata'd raIlrfad. .WNW.Ihe &oa
Is front ofWlkif- she b6ad leOe
the purtmrme ov Oflag her Mbb hen
down up-on her to1, )eke o Sobe eo
by Its rrt- nogirl Map" to
the pisralrm of a *aM St1 Uh*
812th street sa4 (101110b" qames. Al
t~Ifyuxh at first she fell 9"r'it mW ls
Mnr~nv heerrrtt eens So hrb hseo
ase before ttime .w0* her hod
roIsod bet h mob A d hpe e
6e6s I nm isllted. of Prajo. Me




waa ;vl : lm4s--om m aloy. am
AN41 od everal wwmes teeAD.an
ieiisowliam *0the epeemluima 49beg
- ub0d mw*adleve. l." ame asIa
saw a ". O1 6 te1A*lroad. bay#
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c" *walge "d masbe 41f16S Gho"st
up" a Pise of begaga twegus J10
imAD ~dKIsthWfe waft Od bee a Iew a
m. to Proas ae a uptos.

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HiENTSI


to Offering Rwards for
Violators Loca Od pon Law.

'ASIK THAT OIRDR SE REVOKED

Ca Oll Upon Officers to Investigate as to
Whether Person Grantid License
to Onary Phlieli Are Carrying Them
According to Law.
S Oaieeville, Fla., Nov. 23, 190.
I a, r. T..Wils, Judge of Eighth Ju-
S 'diel OCrcuit. State of Florida, In
S.1shd for Alachua County, Florida.
ir,the Grand Jurors for the Fall
S'$tle of Circuit Court of Alahbua
4i. tty, having completed our labor#,
hgg to present to you this, our final
grl ekntment.
D- springg this term we have sdeav-
906d faithfully to discharge the duties
,,teasombent upon us, givinLg arefol at-
e' stlon to all complaints nade to us,
Snao where In our oonselentious judge.
meat a violation of law was evident,
we have shado proper returns therefore.
We. have been In melion ten days.
S We bave had before us thirty-eight
eoase, and have examined one hundred
S sad nveaty witness.
'We rgret to report that in a uumo
S er of eaes coming before us, for-
arrded from the several austloes of
the peae of this county, many papers
S eeksary for us in our lovestigation
wre missing, soah as aMdavits, war-
,, ats and witess reoogniaanees, whieh
has e sioned some delay on our part,
sad perebance defeated a fall Investl.
option by us ln some Instanoes. We
nreommend that hereafter all Justices
of the pesoe comply with the law in
forwarding to as all papers Issued by
them an their preliminary examina-
to, anad in addition, they make a
written statement of the testimony of
I: ~ I tnh ee apparlng before them in
S9pnlprelimiaary examinations. The
i; NP we epecially orge, not only be.
m e It Is their duly under tie law to
.' :d seo but beeauso we are told by some
o them that wltnense in oaes before
thm giv tsslmony sufficient in their
jdgmeat to warrass sonviations,
Swerse, we have found ln several ln.
Ssame, the same witaeMe, whea ap.
peering before the Grand Jury, do not
,' I o e seah tetimony a would warrant
th Ora rd ry Is rperong a bill of
0 6iseooart.
SWe further roommend that all pa.
ar Issued by asy Juolse In a aprellml.
aIs e lesaimation had before him,
Sdall be returned by him as soon as
Sthe elan shall be completed before
lhb, to the olerk of this court, and
hat eame shall be surely kept by
1. Mealerk to be presented to the next
S weala Grand Jury.
Wea fd that nearly one-half of the
aM be fore us for consideration dur.
n g thl term have been for the sale of
I tloielatiog liquon in this county. We
ae of the opinion that the standing re.
a' rd of $0 for the oonviction of per-
nos engaged sl this unlawful business
SIs largely repoasible for the large
S amber of eas before us. From our
I vistigaltopl of them we ar led to
bellev th)t in many Instama parties
hlv been Informed agalast, either
from motives of personal enmity or do-
s ire to earn the reward, or both, It oe-
e. s o us, aside from the eooraous ex-
poae that the payment of these r-
wards will impose upon the county (if
mte prlnt term of court is an iadiea.
stle of what will happa in future),
that this reward i0 a d n grous pre.*
dest by nreoae of the faA that la maay
IMstaanse witness a eans of thts
sharaeter are people to whom the largo
om of money might be an i duoAnest
to present eases agarlinst p. some who
mIght Sot be violators of the law. Thbl
Sso mnre likely to be true in view of the
feet tlat nearly every one charged
with thia o9enae is a negro and a large
member of the witn*aees against them
ar also series. We do sot see that
a y decrimisatluo should be made be-


Stwea the efforts to suppre one crime
S ore than another, and so far as our
4etervation goe our oonrs are dill.
goat la the uvestigatioa and *spprv.
S io of other elasee of erime, and we
oI fully aturmd that without the r*
ul they will be equally faithful ai the
spp WIon of third particular rIme ua
It ia all other. We therefore
*h- *- that the county eoomml.
eM eof this ecountymmedialy .dily re-
vake t*e rward previously o ered by
them for eavretions of all peroMn
SbLaged wth( ellitg intolesting 1-
qgemo e this easoay
Our aUoseata h b een drawn to the
I that a alig maber of people who
bae msea keg llt leamo authorisia
S h mfto earry a p-l-t rdSteag to law


aWAm laM
Ittby KlT ud

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
discouragesandlessens ambition; beauty,
vigor and cheerful-
ness soon disappear
when the kidneys are
out of order or dia.
eased.
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
thr t it is not uncom-
mon for a child to be
born 'aficted with
weak kidneys. If the
ch ildurinatestoo often, ifthe mnne scalds
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet-
ting, depend upon it, thecause of the difi-
culty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these importantorgans. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
th kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit as most people suppose;
Women as well as men are made miser-
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It issold
by drnggists, in fifty- -
cent and one-dollar
size bottles. You may
have a sample bottle
by mail free, also a o ts e $np*o,
pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root,
including many of the thousands of testi-
monial letters received from sufferers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Ilinghamton, N.Y., be sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad.
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every
bottle.


are carrying them concealed and we
are advised that such an set aoon their
part is a violation of our law. We
recommend that our sheriff investi-
gate as to all persons who have secur.
ed these lieenses for the purpose of as-
certaining whetheror not they are
carrying the weapons they are licensed
to carry in the manner preucrib-d
by law.
We regret to report that we have
found a large number of cases in the
nature of violations of the minor
criminal laws of our 8tate, committed
In various parts of our county, in
which apparently no diligent effort
was made by the lerssr offlalas, like
the justice he peace and 'onsta-
bles, towards the propty loavstigatlon
and asertalnment as to who were the
guilty parties Our observation leads
uo to believe that i Is from the germs
of thee small criminal sats that larger
rimes are bred. We, therefore, raeom.
mead sad urge upon ourjastleonof the
peace and oonatables that greater
eare and attention be given by them to
all smaller erlminal offenses that may
be committed In their several commu.
nltl*, and that they faithfully en-
deavor to gather the evidence aee.
oeary to sure eonrietlono In all that
elas of offenses, and that they
promptly and vigorously prosecute the
guilty parties In every instanoo.
We dire to expren to Your Honor
our sincere thanks for your mary
kindn 0n shown us during the prec.
ent a(loa of the court. We also de-
air to offer our thanks to Hoe. Benj.
P. Cal oun, our 8tate'r Attorney, who
has rehdred us faithful assitance in
the discharge of our duties.
To our sheriff, clerk of the court,
their depuilrs, and our bailiff, we are
alop ouder many obligations for their
uniform kindness and oourtesy.
Having finished all buiness before
us and presented all paper to this
eourt we beg now to be discharged.
Very respectfully,
SvAWI'II Ei ti.or Bu'axienOT.
Foreman.
Son Lost Mother.
"Cousomptina runs in our family,
and through it I loss my mother,"
writes B. Red of Harmoay, Me.
"For the past five year, however, on
the slightest sign of a eoogh or cold, I
have take Dr. King's New Dieeovry
fbrouirumptioa. whioh has saved me
from series long trouble." Hai moth
ora death wa a sad lose for Mr. Reid.
but be rleaed that lung trouble most
not b egluted,. and how to cure it.
Qukltest relief ad sure for sought
sad cold. Praee80s ad $1 lCO guar.
aated at all dreg eoree. Trial bot.
tles fre.
City Dire-ctor F atle.
We have a member of sopioe of
Burn'Oisy Dlretory for ale at The
sBsude* It ia h* a 4 rsefeoe
booa ekor bsies ad pe)eteloal
mn, giviagtheo amesa o pteelats,
with treet ad amber. Prieo. I


C

D1oifrb Trse Men e Lettes.
Impritsamint of the learned, wheth-
er legal or Ofleal, does not ieem to
hare disturbed the man of letters n
the progress s his studies.
It was in prison that Boethlus conm-
posed hi excellent book on the "Coh-
solations of Tbllooophy," and Grotlua
wrote l "'Cb lmentary on St. Mat-
thew" during his coninement.
While an the dungeon of a monastery
In Portugal Btchannl composed bis
excellent "Paraphrases on the Psalmj
of David."
"Fleta," a well known and excellent
law production, was written by a nan
confined In an Englisi prison for life.
His name, however, was not preserved.
During hs confinement for five years
on account of some state troubles Pe-
llsson pursued with arddc his studies
in the Greek language and produced
several good compositions.
The beet and moetipgreeable book in
the Spanlsh language wais composed by
Michael Cervantes during his captivity
In Barbary.
When Louis XII. was duke of Or-
leans he was taken prisoner at the bat-
tie of St. Aubin and confined In the
tower of Bourge*. While there be ap-
plied himself to his negelected studies,
with the result that h subsequently
became an able and enlightened mon-
arch.
Margaret, queen of Henry IV., king
of France, while confined In the Lou-
vre warmly pursued the studies of ele-
gant literature and composed a very
skillful apology for the irregularities
of her conduct.
During his confinement Sir Walter
Raleigh produced hi "HIlstory of the
World." /
Queen Elizabeth while imprisoned by
her sister Mary wrote some very
charming poems, and Mary, queen of
Scots, during her long confinement by
Elizabeth produced a number of pleas-
lng composltlons.
It was while be was cruelly confined
at Holmsby that Chnrles L wrote that
excellent book entitled "The Portrait
of a King," which he addressed to his
son and in which the political reflec-
tions are said to be worthy of Tacltua.
By some this work has been attributed
to a Dr. Gander, a blatant radical of
that period, but who was Incapable of
writing a single parairraph of it.

Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Obhioao, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and long
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
'for the genuine. These worthless imi-
tations have dimilar sounding names.
Beware of them. The genuine Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar' i in a yellow
package. Ask for It and refuse any
substitute It Is the best remedy for
ooughs and colds. J. W. MCollum
& CO.
As to Roperterm.
No man is more unreservedly called
a hbamele) liar than the newspaper re-
porter, rod no man considers the slan.
ders against him more lightly. His
conscience Is usually clear, his motives
dislntqreted. his knowledge of human
nature comprehensive, his sense of he-
tor keen and hib knowledge of his
traducers complete.-Loulasille Times.


The seventh.
Minleter-I made sevr hearts happy
today. -
Parlshioner-How was that?
MInlter-Married thLr couples.
Parshloner-That alrs oaly six.
Minlater-Well, do yes tIak I did
It for nothln81


CASTORIA



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"iha do knw. w.
Caller-Mr" If ftyte Is not a. yow
ayt I nyr triaw ber thloa
wtAmbow a I cni m up thea M
ast (blandly I hure 01a8, that wa
otiy ber shadlow yJo saw.




T Cvse a GsTV* O
Isk be a tlrATIViu l bOOmt maar*
''1 d(o't know." salwerd te sau






hWits. Dnwtgis i niece1tlisI
fral Mt o ur. "I W.mav trelt re
ie o eash box Sa.


2Te K Too Hae iAlwajsBoukhft and w'lkh hb bert'
n use for over 80 years has borne the signature e
A ... sand has been made ander his pse-
songalspervision since Its tlnhm. .
allow no one to deceive you in thl
All Counterfelts, Imitations and "Just.es-good" are mbu'
ixperaients that trifle with and endanger the health ed
IN u ad C n-- perie nce against Experlment


What is CASTORIA
(Ctoia is a harmless substitute for Castor Of, Pawe
gorie, Drops-and Soothing Syrups. t is Pleasant. I
eontaSb neither Opium, Morphine nor other Naroot
mbsUtace. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys WoraM
ad allys Feverishnem. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind'
Co(e. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatiog
and Flatueley. It asimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Paaacea-The Mother's Friend.

cGNUINs CASTORIA ALWAY&

earsn the Signature of







The Kind You Hae Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
INn NIm o emmINM Domea S i m e aem em.


Nwtabli-ts.ne 1878


H. :F. DTTTTON:T& CO.



BA.TKHERS.


Do a nrsawal bumb ., ba uad sell Forelcg sad DomesUe xRubaae
The enae ao bks ban or. orponUio. farmer, merebsaw and onthe
rMeoatvOd favoraeb rL apOe sli tSilss to Ba"kl eoUSeuLoMs s a
>a6eeeMpe"l a a Ise Uanted a sle.


GinA LI313VIT.jLE39


FLORID A


ITHE ACHACOUNTY ABSTRACT CO, I.
I TH STABULSHED 1IN&


The question
of Title the
first consid-
erasoa for
the investor.


Readers reliable services of every sort along the line of
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alachoa county.

SPICIALTJ S Abstruets of TIMes; Tax Sale 8earembe
AgeNt fr N.aReadeat Lead Owners; Plat *f Coeatls,
Towma, Et&.

Referesnes Firs National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
Deatton Co., Bankers.


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Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OP FLORIDA.
Time Table I *an* t September 24,0. W,.


No. .
Dally
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Ne. L
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STATIONe~.


No. 1 No. a
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4 10 .... ....?mesamr ...... so1
4 Is,. 1.......0I
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6 ODIv' 110 9 3 lu 2&Ari

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1 19 Ar j IS O..om City ......,.. 60 isi


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 25, 1905


THE AY'CASE

OGCCD0 ALL FRIDAY

*Jury Wta 8ecred, When Taking
of Testimony Began.

THE PROCEEDINGS ARE SLOW

Three sessions of the Court Were
Held Friday. the Night Session Last-
SIng Until Late Hour-Many Witnesses
Examined During Day.
The jury was finally secured and
empanelled Io the gheate.Holloway
oae in the forenoon Friday, when the
taking of testimony began.
The jury in the aese is as follows:
W. D. Tillman, John B. Polk, J. C.
Baxley, F. T. Baker, J. M./Manning
and M. E. Jolly.
At the beginning the witnesses in
th ease, who are many, were placed
uoder the rule of the court, but in the
afternoon this role was waived, which
permit d the opportunity of those
who deesred to hear the testimony.
Nine witnesses were examined at the
morning and afternoon sessions, when
the eourt adjourned until 7:80 o'clock.
During the night session, which lasted
until a late hour, several other wit-
nesse were placed upon the stand.
The ease is baenz vigorously contest-
ed, many objeetlon@ to certain testi-
mony being olered by both the prose-
eution and defense. The eourt is n et
as largely attended as had been antici-
pated. The proceeding are very dif-
flcult and slow, and it will probably be
several days before it is finished.
WEATHER REPORT.
Very Favorable in Many Sections,
Good Rains Are Needed.
From the report issued from Jack-
eonville the 21st, it is learned that the
week gave practically no rain. Tnr
seed of precipitation is urgent, except.
in the few localities where there is
some cotton to be picked. The persis-
tentdrought is causing serious concern
among many vegetable gardeners. On
high land everything is at a stanidstill,
being too dry to plant sed or trans-
plant truck. The low lands are in bet.
ter condition nod some progress is be.
log made by plants that were put out
Early in the season. The low lands in
Dade county are in a splendid oondi-
tion and the trucking interest in beinl
pushed. The week averaged warmer
than the normal.although the flrt few
days were colder than the average.
The high percentage of sunshine..jAi
nights and dry weather were favorable
to the maturing of citrus fruits. The
fruit is rapidly Improving in flavor ta 1
color; large shipments are being mard
-Cabe lgriding is active. The sweet
potato erop is very good. Poods and
a small streams are drying up, which st
oa unfavorable oonditioa for stok. The
week oees dry and cool with the fore-
sas idiesting rain during the neat 30
hours.
Fr A.eleven towonnro rin is report-
ed, while six reported the weather
dry. Aside from the lack of rain there.
soa be no fault with the weather.
Nearelgia Paina.
Jtheematiem, lumbso and uliadte
paIa yield to the penetrating ilao.
ease o Ballard'e oow Lliment. It
arte to the sorve ad buae,
U a1 l sarored lato the bleed ito
being p sep e are enavee to v-
r -y Ltho1Lds ad 0 1.
I w... ... l hmm.



OP ERBA HOUSE


NOVEMBER 28


OIE NIGHT ONLY


THE BINT EVER!

FiU & Wd*Ws kNss


"A KREffl

'bw ?ooiy MS opul en
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TIe e hat A Good Accidentally Kills Younger Brother. WHAT SHE PLAYED.
S. W Tha wt uU St. e Oeore. G a.\. N .'.--leen. -
year-old Lamar Ham \\i s shot ail ac The. Last Msale That Theoder* Thee
I 1 Ic nt~ kile l. 'e~r-~ld ~Durlnc the last Illnoea of Theodore
brot:ter, Otis Harn. : t: of the post urlit' last lm of T
office. Wbileon1.,rAnytote un although he was not at alny
olffLce. 'hl~le on r wH" to the tlune ulwlseou. or dellrioua, he bard.
woods hunting, t'ie in -".t'r"I and fell i3lot,,. l t h members of hi famji
r<*CorUO tlBa".;n:*"n "prr EruaomA"ir from Otis' aoulj .in. a. p'si si tle. ,i. u. atud w -tit at the bed1lae.
:iagha.Cea, liUSe*au. Brechmti. La Grip, while heh wa in th' i! of taking a Bat orne m~rti,.u he semied to be bet-
**rTolmLa d LAe CaArPh, PSr"mrN drink of water. d!, i.> Lu! t the entire ter.
crsemssreas ll PI ionar Dieass All load In Lamar's r'::. cheek, cutting' He made little joket with the doctor
Dru t, twel I0e. and St.
It entirely away. at I 'il:,ng his teetd anitl his soul0, H1,I talked about his
TRAL OTTL FREE BY MAIL on t'e ground i:1 was almost Whlte t1i4uuta>in bornee. At 1% o'clock
0leai-aiasaameanadddrenst instantaneous. N'ben yewitneses to be seetlm tirtl. 'Th'le eitor of his
OMUISIO I U Ot. 9h P Stdst. New Tr" the accident. autublIogrrlphl snys that lie ank Into
,,,8in_______ he .p______ dreamy state, antd then rusel Ilhim-
self to say to his wife in a lungeritMg.
GEORGIA MITHODISTS IN SEAION Troeps Withdrawn from Minors. static voice:
ChTattanooga, Tenn Nov, 24.--4A. "I have hd a beautiful vliion--a
Charges AN Preferred Against One ofclal to the Noew" from Whitwell, ToaL* beautiful visloun"
the Meot Prominent Preachers. says that troop B and a ~rctJon of bat 'hen b e drifted off into alleene.
Newnan, Ga., Nov. 24.--The feature tery A of the state national roardt i His wife thought he was tired and
of tie opening day of tue tialrty.nlnth are on the way home Both com* went downstairs to luncheon, but chlef-
annual session of the North Georgia ands are made l" of Chattanooga ly with the purpose of leaving him to
aonful ereneo of the thorit tOpi pa men ad have been on duty at Wd,. reet. He had given her a chime of
oonference of the Metho-llst Eyplco^pal m
well for 12 days to prvvea a col5lisdon bells, to be used in summonjug the
acurch, sommul wa to e ap.rointmento between union and nonut4on mis. family to meals, anl twcnuse of his
a committee to inv t Icertai llnes they had ever been rung In the
charged ailust the cha.ac:tr of Lr. l xlin of Ammonia Ppe. oue. Now, because be wened so
W. W. Wadswortho. w T Nov 2.-An mmo. uch twttes, she played ou them a lit-
The charges against Dr. \\'aduworth l piv atto plant of tet Housto b tie bugle call that came luto her head.
developed wnen ,the rt iprt of Rev. J. P1iklng an plany. er this city, ax "'Io you know what you hare play-
W. QuUllan, of the Elbxrton district, ploded thb arnin i s reported thate l?" asked one of the family. "Tape-
waa i plole* th is W1 InI t s rPoti th,, call that Is aiouueld over the graves
WMU hde. several per were killed or injured. .of eatl slders."
Conference voted to appoint a corn 'm w k rushed ta k to the ier. an
mittee to investlgatoe the. cu.rgu., anJ,] A Dn al oeor. Syh, rushed back tothe twils and
mittee to investigate the' C(arKigt. and A DeratImr Doctesr.
Blihop Duncan appointed it. C. ('Clck Te Sydane Bulletin tells of a mo- pI1te t he. Atral i on a e
ler, A. H. S. Bugg. an,l .1 E k nglaul, toning doctor who ran Into and cap- plate above them. A terwall she
who retired and took up the Aork of slsed a pedestrian. Il, looked behind dfoer's sta tl the l-
ezaminaotn.. him and. selng the, man still prom dier't alcnal to rise.
aIlltonmade arelult and rai back. Intending o t had chanced that the last ma-
Will the conference, now In session mdt e st besdlt and nelp him. But the ind Tlenlore Thomas learn on earth
here, deal with the h.resy charges t.Uat motor sot a yard or two beyond the hadt lbeetl symbtlle of death and( the
have been launched againu.t Dr. Brall- mark and bit the ImIaln Ilunit Just as b e reurrectiou. Youtth's (tom upapon.
ley, who for four years has occupied was gettln up. The' lid..tor turned his
the pulpit of Trinity church, Atlanta. car once more ianIil was cautiously ate**** Weald ierbld.
That Is the leading qiues.tlon of the stealing near to tlh,- roetrate sufferer Old 1ilt --Now. If I told you what I
nour, and all eyes are turned to tie when an excited slpe.t.ntor rushed from wen"t thrit'h when I was wreked on
conference for developments. If theth sdealk ad k the dewalt i the coast t Afriky yol wouln't be-
conference acts and sHrstains Dr. lradl. exclaimed: "Look ,'ut! le's coming Ileve it. The Landlubber-But-er-I
ley. It will settle a much-mooted ques at you again" Where',on the man wouldn't say so.
tlon In Methodism scrambled up and it ci on run.n the re
If the conference ,oeA not act on Drawn In. !ng and ('hristianlty In the praetlce
the subjeCl, It is held by some that it tintlon--flow iliil ,.iI cmetm to mar- I there Is often a ground glla door.-
will mean practically the ame thin t widow Itning te' o r iiiwternd of bet I Puck.
as an Indorsement of lDr. Bradley's daugtitter? I tholuiit it His the daugh- l.
position, and to Litat extent a rcommit- ter you were after .lnnu, We. ll oeaboard aror C
tal of the conference ac(rdingKly I wa'u, to tell thi. truth. but wien I rte Seaboard Air ,Ltre' operates buf.
asked l nrle to i us.tl **uie' d(lay se ft pirlor ears l ta n 't Vtaldo ae itd
S udl. "An, Ask Umuuinu, ".111 h ilen I start- 'Tmps on trali. 1lievita Waldi that
Receiver for Mexican Concern. etl it do It I s,,nn,:'i 1 ith er.e'n t with the' morning train fromI
0hiclLe o. Nov. 2 --A re.i'lver was ,tli ess Itat mat llnlln :u I ~l "Yn_" t tanes .
appointed yesterday In the circuit fope I had the pu .tilin ou(.
court for the Commonwealih Mlexican
Plantation Aomootation, which lis sanl q ullle *and I** t sers.
to have lahlh(ilits amointinx to 1670.. One of the cbnharu- of ni Intimlny be-
133 and assetA to $10oS.(). According tween two lIernoui of different rsxesl i t liss tonUll*
to the hIJ the commuonwealfh Mexi. that the luan lovec the wotan for qual.
oan company purchaael plroerty In Itls he does rot y.' the woa GinesvLlle Circulating
Wexlco for 140.(OO. Other holdlngm pur. appreciates the mau for qualltJes as ie
chauel bring the total assets of the cor. mth ot pentnry to po.s. ...Library...
poratlon to $195.(00. The bill charxs ttCentury
tha wVle the aasociltin has outstand rovei. It01l the Latest rPeir I,. Ies.
ing nbllgatlona of more than $:5(or. 'I, go sbes grow fast Jmmle,'
thr'req I no cash on hand wlt which oh e of th' to to ineet thvse pay en t"I of do My "lther or t ,',, ,| A. VMM. 1 111 :1111M%. 1
to to meet the.-e paynon o1e last year tlint grows an Inch evs It' IAKC o t;ktti'MIie )rt a:i, du',
I time be tells anlout It. --Case's. Inst .lb wkl ite a ultt ; d. *.,
Want Import Dutlee Raised. s--t -s r r)h week lt itt remwlins.
Windesr, Ont., Nor. 24 -The tariffs TlI udartnridlin la more rtllrd
conum.illon held Its first l eston here by cha o at study than by total tase __
yestrerlav. rruit anid veretatl) Igrow tivity.-Cl-loo
ers ilimanded hither rats of duty on MAX KRA USI ,
r4mopr' Jloaiing tlat their market Corstpatlon.
was flooded at tlmes with Mexican HeIalth is a talutely Impoesibl. if Heeprestln
producer Cigar manufacturers had cost,,ipatioa 1.. irer.s. Many serious A W E L C
a .minllr complaint. Tb Canaldiao eal s of liver a.d kidnar complaint *
Bril.a rcompasy utodfled the comait- have prulg fim regsleord enstip- i WH 0 LESALE H 0 E
slan that unlesss antiltimpling" law li f Th a ,leplorable eoditdloin Is
Was modi ed. they would be forced to oesi*eary. Tners Is a eure for it. Of All IIr remove their factory to Aerlcas trrtL Herbia will ,l*dirly remedy matter -
tory. ------- 0, A. Llmdsay !' M.. Broso. ta. Ae for AC as.dWI
CHndltet ld J wrrlt. Feb I. 1802s "*Havig aeed
CHniaaie, I ude it a Iae medlelae for lU qVAUW Ios. vrs
Csolumupu. C., Nov. s t eessIpatlen" tik a bottle. Bold by s*
tion to iIn (iark Howell san Ho4 W. Y. Joa J. li* H *, A I*
Hok aniLtmth, gberiratnorl enaJlda t
to bo!d a Jslat debate la lemboa his .
January wI1I bo formally prmenfd to
the two reatitaU and la view ea rt
- D rmeeodem be(m wgeu esi.
Howell an. ttmith It ti regarded aa
sacred that the )olat dltseasos will be
arranged The lnrltatIlo to toe two
eandida'. was rlrelafted aeaBo the
jVern *ad was 'lmerouasly slgeII bI
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Arested fe Mralng CIprets
CSbcago NovW p-A diipatck to Q4
Tabmn aft n Usawo. Nbr. maps
utlck maymLus Ia, Sged wa as ge.
ad 1easyr* bhile ligatig a riggruf
WM be ba" Just r.wl.Jfor %is eV"
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Fnr full information rtitardig ithe
mt4)Ye or other rats.a Psll ou Allamtle
Coast Line agents or writs
FRANK C B)OYLSTON.
District Passenmor Agent,
Jarksoriville, Fla.

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Every thi In nSemon Cooked to Order.
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BROKERS.

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OVEMBER 25, .195


S DAILY THANISGOIVING. Prinea Louis of B]stneberg ha
e T e epe i a 1 IL trt detsiat amd he
The people of Gail(eville, Alachuao uagged blhm a tbosand doll tor AW
county and the entire State of Flo*da, te-waorM. gSot ofm the gympathetare O O1 ALL L
sLhbe Post Omee Ait saiesvie.aw, have special reason to be thankful for friends of Loouis, wbho would rather see
4 a5seoe4ee-Ma S tallnaer. the many blessings they have received him sped bJ Gmoery ia. wine soppere AMD A LL PA L
ILM.NcCaARY.......altor nd Pub]lber. during the time ihat has passed fot for them,o meo. a great howl. Why, *OL D| |DC S' 5S ?
.W. ASHLEY...........A..ueAotpte Editor. th9 year to Pod November 80th.bleso yo poor boeap skates, Dr. eoon ,TIFre
F _In tho. matter of improvements the she areas eargoY of Chicago, chasI C U E SammUm
48M. BUR'tz................. City v1tor. city of (ifnesville,by she banionious as ordinarymana thousand for re.
J ..A alltioi. of a majority of her esltIn, bh dauln sthe fraere uf a broken les.
L OU8 J. JB MrBY. uen'I Traveling Agent. expanded her borders a4A shown a Don't klelt if you wold belong to
S .X.LPREWMi'T...-..utt Comnpo"InRoton united front for progress of the sub the 400.
_.,___-__ ___...._ stantial sort. .
O'F : PORTER BLOCK. In the matter of health w**'have' In- Senator Kaox of Pennsylvania de.
t. 3W.dtaastreet, S. TELLrnONI 434 deed been\fortunate, and there has elares that "te Jitbee railroad aooneai. 9
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A^i2LYrSuN., published every nmornig e- been neither epidemic or dOotagion to epae od $ 0 .oqtyfl does not apppqve
4, tieidaydelivered by carrier iii the city or cause the slightest unoewineM, whIel Sit e pnd ew be.
t,*0 loany part of the Unitilst,,te-,,totage has been a blessing for which *0* Ing atevi public
'L~IforUs a year: 2. s ix mnotnth: i 25 three ,oh'uld be duly grateful. thabit y *i ,; sistios would
a or5so ctnt% fur tfiv, weekN-strictly in In regard to weaAer, we have had a be unJaieto tuealilria.," Thls is to
p',____ typical Florida summer, -with steady be atkeo as ~ 4Ma compliment to
s feeding otKicRsi liotl(,Iiuiiim so ctiint, aline warm weather and frequent showereof the Peoiaynlvs la aflroad Company,
'rO t Inbertion, an(i 5 ceits for each additional rain, with no destructive ntorm. to do which Qi eaid to be quiesoent Po far a *
ates for display advertising.madek no oany serious damage to buildings or surface Indieaions are concerned.
Bptes for displhy advertising aide knows o>
c pplcation. orops, proving to the world that here l Am TIM RKMAMA_ C
he TP- W+" we have the plaoe where all can enjoy How George E. Tarbell got In his
The Twice-.a-Week 4uo isan eight-Ipge, forty- p-ace and plenty without the adverse "4raft" on th1fle iWnsrance cominuy was much aBflicted with rheumatism, write
eain paper, publishedpacad evelnywhryouy* hl nt he advs gaft" ons. li.inesuruanc ccmpauy Xd.C. Ned,Iowavil e lSedgwickCo.,Kansaa,"going
S lrmnsay, a ud sntetn every Monday and storms that linger around the les fa- might give Miss Ida a theme for a few sotonW acnid tcnmlan ga peat dealofpais.
week, local, State and general, and will be vord sections ofoorcommopaountry. onaa@. Iw__as idudtotryBaUlard'snLowIaniment, which
; ild, postage free, to any part of the United With a climate that il filled with the cured me, after = as the 50c bottles. ITISTH8E
steor Chaada, for (.opa year-in advance, purest of ozone, a people thaS are law- A squ'iar deal on the tariff ratee s RAT T aLIN T I eVRUSaD;haveree.
abidingandattentiveto their awn of- would surely avers any troublewin1101d ttto a number of persons, all express
All advertialng bills become due after first abiding and attentive to the, own af- would surely aver any trouble with thsev beng benefited by it. I now walk
e sa-meeof advertisement, unless otherwise farS, there can be no better plaee to the nations that are governed with without crutches, and am able to perform a great
i nlCed tol contract. Parties not known to us able. Our fsLaa produce good crops, reason. deal of light labor on the farm."
B be required to pay for advertising inad. lnd if there le a puatijflalore inM one 50 AND $1.00
Address, THE DAIIY SUN, branch, we hbve others to sort to, o tetson College hs four new pianos. ~ SIOS 27 IIT 5 .
____ GAsihavIL&, F* that no famine oan estr here and dc- for the Oonsrvato'y of Music, pre- BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. *
,o; UNTROKS prive as of all the blessingsp we might seated by the e0a. John B. U. L -* M U A.
SUNSTROKES.
enjoy.
The man who overcomes his enemies THE PLAIN FACTS.
Without *trife is greater than the most THE PLAIN FAOTS. 8 SOLD AND ReCOMMENDED BY
famous army general. ke ought to ha- req d J- H S0 T, GaiLesv-ille.
LaokeCity ought to have requestedTO&
S Don't re people to make great pro. Barsow or some other city affected by
ami.s, for often the keeping of them i has jul t instituted in the name of the
so.sidered of small moment. b ejust lstituted in the name of the 1 r 0
o Attorney.Oeneral of the State. Lake
Ther alway a demand for men sister on the pasagr of the Everything depends upon I
| The IIs;lRIemand for men Tou rY o hsItsrr0etheA re Insured..
Tof t n as muchto there Is for M tn Bkman bill wn hen esw ta t e y r s t i e If You A re Insured.
it spital, as without stamina there was to take from other school enoat that causes the brain to direct
Sgenoerally a shortage on capital, of the State what they had been labor. the motion of your body; it ia
Iag for years to build up, and move to nerve force that causes yor' In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
opl born l.heart to pulsate, and sendthe Written Wish Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
great many people are born bil. Lake tilsy. To sesits Lake City ea.e Pays Losses Promptly
bot try to deny their Inheritanee the tal.t.ed aod forefual Frank Ad. blood through your veins; it
S; tllbrowins the blame onto the loal. am of Jasper, whose fnloancial lobster. s nerve force that causes your
*' l whieb they mid*. e I Lake Olty are extnave. Had stomach to digest food, your YA Au red
Lake Oly joined the other hooel kidneys to filter the blood, and e
the more noly some musio is the towns in the State the bill wooHl have the liver to secrete bile. bile d,
i m ie elseale It ean be called. Hor been killed,. But in her selflsbssn to In fact, nerve force is the o e. ian overcome w o
Mep sad the olalels s*eem to be at grab everything she loss all. It is a power that runs your body, soe. --
a swih eah Qsher. lear ease of wiggling in the grave that if you feel worn-out, irritable,
Ssh dg for herself. Lake City he not nervous, cannot sleep, or eat
Whin we ao making up blK pars tes sympathy of any 9le of Vnel1orda well, have pain or misery Fho 11( Amk t ud Hult lm m
e00oed away to the hathon in for. Ia this flgbl. She lost this when she anywhere, youth nerves are b R
W leads, why not look aronod bhotailed toaeeept the deilion oa board weak, ald your system run- None but Reliable Companies Represented.
me if we have' not a plae for ab wlehb was created largely through her down. restore this vitality
1t' 0t 4esy at home? oreiga =I loI introamentaliy. Live Oak oioe voted take Dr. Miles' Nervine whi
iee w ea e all right, but our neihboril to have he Universitylotoed at Lake will strengthen and build up A [ 3 H -C
litp of Peaaeola has bad a hard *lege City. This is not the oeatlment today. the nerves. You cannot be
f yellow Jak the past few months. The University has been located as healthy without strong nerves. Information shoerftly finished. GAINE8VILLZ. FLORIDA
AN we sor there is no sufferiln Oaleeville and there It ought to stay. ~ rj.jn SI-MI ave he
there Let charity begin at home. Lake Olit's claims are cothing when m nce.lose l aI sJet mi r-
S no e ke d hnttecompared with the Intereoe of the a=rv boes aw -oM-ot-- o-
efore we make a tir about the State, bought not to be considered. PA R T L PRICE LIST OF
Sftlltsof others.lot us look and one it--Live Oak Daily Demoorat. 0, ra a1Imw Dr.
wehave's.got a few defeats of ouro,_____ an d"at on"aise"Bart
own that need a bit of adjusWing. The Whiskin 8 Beer and M
4 am who oveeomes himself Is as great HOW EDITORS GET RICH. Is,4 PU e, d ia.o_
as he whooversom e others. This is Af* a oi ddl of study and w S Pittsburg s A0I Buk -J Fee- et Plrepa..
S aoehr kind of charity Ithat should After a ltood d fgurel out wh the et W wof sStdtm Inwt rath e rl Q. Nemre. 4 Qs *op
hve a home headquarters. 0lan"dounr Huting Club Rye....... M 4 N 0 *7 00 Rye. Gi. Cor. so 4 rade.
=many country editors get rib, saly Miles eatdCO-; ZDhtI" Neluc County ....Y 10 4 0 5 5o0opPerOaluoa:
The Moorehead Casetoer. Here I the MJmoM%- re -w2s .:. o a s o Ryen. Ca. orn. tR. Ptae tQUati.
A dealer of liquor at Palatka is .eor of s.e.M: A bid is bornin la ,. ,"anse's" .... ,5 s, .- 3..Ota. Cor. m.h fo ,,..e m .
sWedil out eireulare olioiting phtra, the neighborhood, the atoendlng phy. seeomtDre........s .... s to o sWPeroaue.
S.rom peopl,.a In .,aln.,,.te. That ,... ..,, $. ,oo. the editor ,,,.he 0 1 10-".:".. s 1.. a -. A' '2' -- --'b-e.r-- .'
18^*kind of "blaid tiler" beie loud^ --lud nonster d the hppy re d ase... ---.* so ; Von oooere, oe.s.
aet should be as mooh of a violation parentP a send off and geU (0. It is 0e. ........... V so s o vr ts e. s a o.rae- Mesle..
of the law as to "peddle" the stuff. hrietened; the minister *1et$10, and Goeev alGl .. ........ I S LZP ST LOUtIS s. Ko IDe.
IIbe s ant a nmber to this eity that the editor 00. It grows up ad mar- al. | a .....or. a ** to lser .....
will mos profl him much, if any, as he ie; the editor publishes asether rIi ru B f 'a 2 : .d ......... i
has thenames of people who kcow loag-winded flowery artlele and selle a L IrIen ,sa... . Ss s Nea Oo .un d ue .l..... S
what effet his vile stuff has upon dozen lis about the beautifull and Pt I ASe ed an oe of a. m .m in...................-
..the as who e .t. aecomplished bride;" the minisalser The neW IazatiV. DOr Pe**. Prvt b the l. on wioeUoS.

Saoe o will ,l.d a t.ke o or ,,use.ate.. ,. T. IHANNE BRO S.. A,,.CIL.
et appolntlng a woman a0 superin- *s to $100. the minister perl te r OubleMs and chrlM co -
teetet of public instruction for Du. another $1., bhe undertaker R from 1tipation by retOrtiag th 13. m. iSeAtR Pa tli* H E. Tartwa, Oashier
val oOanty. But he should at last be *BO to 1100. bshe editor publishes a no. natural actlonofthstO m* e.. EHv Vi -srigMea Las GIANA.. Ases. Oaahber
gL ieneeitftrdoingwhath, thought sleeotthedeathandnoituary two ach. 11ver tnd bowel.. Ffl!ID DIDOIT NA T AI0 DulA y
.of that county luo, a lt f oet and a fre erd I I HA 11OL BA
of thanks, and gels P0.UO. N o wooden


"I believe it the beet edaton of its so many country editors pt rt. l ll MIrIL 03 GAAV3-q 8V .XXLi.
kind ever lottl e out la the SIlte,"
eajy a gmalliman who is as eoecllent Beware of Oltmesnts for Catarrh That THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA 00
Je., tin speaking of obe Industrial OCeata Merry. ,-.
at out fro a bs nlk. ens of small .4ad eemplely dngarplM Undivided Profit.... so.ooo oo
---- the whqlo epqteia wh1e eateorlg it ru neie Proi . 3 wU
The Georgia oitielsaus are trying ihrcbgh the me*aam srmfaees. Soh ar .Im I e son- aIees wh eai sW"Ines seei amy bee&a iom DUN aeasem*
ito gia new mea for neast eases. They igles should sever he smi oerept os Oa be se
re ai on "elder.." and several who prosriptO a Ipt m er tble pb y pR. L TATy, It
ans the team now have tailed to eas. as the d Uhl will do is too
ake a "his" so far daring the tour fold to the I 4 paseb do
Si l B. F. m JORDAN
I -, -1 -l ra snlstLsMsed th e a. OLe GasueA Ge,
S By the eestMUe of ,salg fin.es mtahmrd to F. J. O.be. Oa. Be F JO R A N
irs ils thi Slate we ne beat the o st kei Mseruel t o irrok.
worMd a --smy aM of eased roods. upos the bled al -- w eesrree S i
SThey uaa leshe fruit g*e thorogh o theoso. g MMS tantr *s m *loss?
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ripethen before isft ieputan o ak.care%,t a...p 81 isINSURANCE
do, *tW. kv 0.0. 6 O. Tue
The MaWias ewMl -e hav tremble g0um"" t1 fier.

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RFROM AL *WILL EXIECUTE"AMEf DON'T

-?ARTS OF FLORIDAm *:DON T
P R SO FLRD Paso. Tex.. Nov 24-In Chibau-
H ppenigs From Vario0s hta. Judge Rice seantimce, C. T. Rich- N8
i 'appenngn From Various; Cd :. S. iaerie aln. wiiia M.a-
Sections of State. son. Americana. to be shot 'he men _
wt re accused of nmurkring two men .. ._v--
In ('h.,ua.hua, for life inr;iranee money.
T1I/MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS Riichard.on was as im uiance agent.*
SMasone M.s brother-in-law, the assist-
Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers" ant agent, and Harle was the examin-
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the Ing liyiician. It was cr:irgNt that
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to 'hey murdered a man namcnI. D vers.
S All Classes. who they decoyed from HF! Ito. and
l another man named Mitrhell. who s
Miami and W11t Palm Beach are 'sa I on be a half brother of Mason.
soon to have ttlpli.oe commuiiea-. R(h iardton Is from Rochester. N. Y..
tion. wh>re he married Mason' sister. The
Live Oak is now enjoy;:n the pila- case has hten in the Mexican courts
vres of the Riddell Carnival company y thrve years. HLarle formerly was an l
shows. Pa-o physician.
In Rochester. beaten was known
A company for the manufacture of ,n Roche l M knowP
oonocrete isoon to oen up business at as Wll:!am Mitchell, and Richairdon
et Palm Beachn up bt at wnt by the name of Leslie E Hurl-
West Pal at" They %'ft there suddenly hbecaie
The Seaboard Air Line will push t,.,r ni all,'ged crookedness in divorce
extension from Sarasota to BoLa ;randl c:1,.s, which they handled. Mr.r. Ric-i-
U rapidly as pos~ihlp. a,!son (IMfsA Mitchell tiin) was a
St. Augustine has a p,)pu!ation of -', n1 raplhrr In Richardson's office be.
4,970, but New A.iguztine and other f"-' she!' married him. The case Is
suburbia make a total of 6,.1 7. on' of 'he most noted In the history
Bloontatown is getting t pace for ,"f Ameritcan manipulation In Mexico.
some of the towns in C'lhoun county a,:irls idhelared the boldest life Insur-
and there is general activity in tliht a:e swindle on record.
busy bur. Negro Charged with Arson.
The crop of ostrich plumes recently :.'nrlotte, N. C., Nov. 24.-Roy Mon.
harvested at the Jacksonvilloe farm ri. a negro, was brought to the coun.
shows that industry to he thriving in y anil here charged with the burning
this climate. of .1. L Reid's barn with six head of
Edwin C. Kiley of Miami was ar- horses. The ftre occurred ten days
-ested on Wednesday for obtaining ar The negro has admitted causing
letters belonging to another man. iHe the fire, but says It was entirely un.
got the letters at one of the city ho- intentional; that he was In the ac" of
tells. lighting hle pipe and carelessly threw
L. B. Croom, the negro preacher who the match in a pile of hay that was
violated the separate street car ordi- near the bulldlin. Monroe is a W-
nanoc, will get a 30-day job unless the gro of bad eharaeter. 1s brother. Will [
higher courts declare the law of no ac- nroe was hanged o, for commiharotting a c
OOUnt, final assault on a prominent lady of -
A freight train on the A. C. L. near this county.
Tamps was wrecked Wednesday by '
*oo-mig in contact with a bull on the Mislisippane Lynch Negre. i
tratk. The engineer was the only per- Coahoma. Mlss., Nov. 34.-Dave
e injred. Sms, te nesi who shot and killed /
The Madison High and Graded R. i. Deacon Jones, at 1s bomn. o1e 1.* /
sbpol opened Monday with the mile from Daugh station, In this ou& \
larist attendance in its history. Of ty, uIlday night, was lyehoed by as
Menne the Buekman bill had nothing armed mob at the seem of Ms oritne. r
to do with it. lIms was elaptwre by a pooe and la.
Lesaberg will have their canals corn ediately brought to this place. oew-
pleted in a short time, so that the enl sitizen s Interviewed the black at
oteaers* on the lakes in that vioinity ket towe wherom ther wastaken for s. e me
eno o from one to the other without a full conteselon. e% fact being e stab "L gpel gt a eret v A
any obstructions. Itlbed, the negro was placed aboard a owMeto l- m .adhai *1 hdl/
H. H. Palmer has been appointed riverside local train and taken to the s *MMau ir i M-< mMaea ev a
Superintendent of Poiblic Instruetion scene of the crime and lynched. Ismm*- -- l E,*A
for Duval county, to fill the vacancy. "-l--s-- awauuwl ia t PMftI
Mr. Palmer is said to be a man emi. 0. B. Burhans Testifies After Four ow aa Owas nr k u', we..l
gently Aited for the position. Years. setw ay WiaSIoe lkhat..-/
Dr. J. Y. Porter, State health oicer, G. B Barbans of Carlisle Center, N. ,
hbasOoneluded his labors at Pensacola Y., write: "About four years ago I
Oad gone to Jacksobville. He has been wrote you stating that I had bee ea. Admiral Chaeter In London.
a most faithful worker in the yellow tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble tb dot. NovB N 4 itar Admiral t
fever epidemic at Peeasools. by taking less than two bottles of Fo. by Chavesr catie t lsredon to"b
The life isurauee policy holders of Ilo's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped f"ia O rvele n p ehere the tnll*W
Jaksonville held a seeing Thurlday the brick dust sediment, and pale sad ed end t thnrmtipolat I tlWIt
fori pirpoofscuring someone to symptom of kidney disease, disap had the for that the v t
bribe purpose 1'.'..dd dp bad o r grund o# the Frbe
look after their Inlterests. There was peared. I am glad to say that I have s,,r__ i A.imra1 rf1
talk of selecting Tom Lawoo,. never had a return of amy of those b tr tod rema, it Oravn
Live Oak's bond election on T.oeday s m dun the four that e i sad await orders from Waa i A
earrtied by a large majority, and that have elap ed and I am evidently ord beore poceeding to the hltle
eity will have paved street, water, to tsay cured, sad bearttly recommend
w, or, a system of *ewoer, city ball Foley's Kldney Coure to ayoe esoloe- If the Sbty is Cutting Tetht
sad market and a fire department. a from kidney or bladder trtble."' re ad ha o sad we
Mtiali is having a lot of uadlirable tried remedy. Mrs Wiaesow's looip
people sojourming there, eauoed by the Baby Found i Sewer. tu Sy ,p. for hlldrena et i ag. Mt
men who object to the work om the Attant. Nov 24 -A newborn white setlhe the soild. softie< f h5 eu a*
SCM Omes exteBsioo Quitting thdir bdby wM found aa s ewer on W^e- allays U- pal*. sores wi| seise saw (
, e adtd hbanging around that eity. hall stre-, brwmee Hamphrles street th bat remedy for diarrhdam Twv,
S "Alligator Joe" of Miami was hit inla ad tewart avenue. nar the E f; t*W. sUns e a hest4le
She uSohead with a ber bottle thrown Wintighau (o 's liamber yard, ear l .
. ikiigm Brown, a colored hackman. Thurday morning,. by a negro who
Me,.y m.ight. and IB the fight thsat ," Brown wM badly cut with a baby appeared to have een lVosu only
T Madison sd county farmers have was capped is ;pa l Asan r e, IM S t
aod looked :ilke a beadle of clotatag ume tro*l t' m elms etrm
a--nsi a eottoo growers' aseoeiis who rart see Polkw heasqwrtrs 1 'ls '*l"' *a.
i6sd they have barred out *ll who sad the corner were meled T he2s*e BtS 5 'l enlfQ'
gemgt ge-lsie farmers. It i* she was no el,. however. as to how ar ein3em e sevJ5.4hM..u IIPeN M


way. Let e farrmers run their way th lwd ws aIedl to r*S- eepro e
w-e slam.w The poyte ar* lsewattta. s '-pB to r
vim Myer MYetcalf of Wei Palm --r *P Mi* r
St h ew bew ble his blue laws re- Ovre r-Tral Arrw 5 i
SPN" y i7 ellg of boaisees na UrlwIerv Nov I34 -TIe Uitted l 6
Sgfemr dee peoplMe look. he deeid iate army trasport mebr arrived KYSTO MI
a 4heethoeranmodiie d so that the lest **st fro MaUsta thw are day l s T y.
go- M o et ad get the milk overdae l* eauouetored soe wriyi _
#JWt-r SWIM- We te 4arymas beary weather after OIBIn g Smde
Sai la aod it tIa her n0 dayr iastea
f sil to make th-e She obed -.g_ Ao
ewe*,o a. ps"Is Mirss, _Tebeaiu's
:: do: so o Lm lastagle l *WeUoai .wera e, a d ,atau d ole a W
S-- r M rsIted,. t poroBoth ary Boarding ua
noh-U-Wbe he. A OWeu Celeap. Day School
m a:* "a'ow e we i tis it_ a d ber I asamlywl pe boal
-h MMaY ostBth -- SOae pu r healWW it b. e b am Wi eo e & w o S
M my seme s"d. ammpeam be"e pped I s
s:MI' s mam=I. a umps i lmft enes ho tad in. --

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NEGLECT A COLD.


Colds Lead to Consumption.


How Consumption Develops.
Nine casos of c occur in this way:
A person catches chld. Th'e Old is not
properly oaurw, and anotlieor oldi it
caught.
Thiscold It dilly-dalled with. t, hieor
hy no treatment whatever or .our' tr -
;ient that is ineffectual, ani tlho ,eld
'l'hein another cold I ciaug ht nd(
coahli l. vet. ('iough syrups are re-
-r I i,,. ,ui tlhy givo only temporary
i' an. Iv 1y 4the p tient getl tired of
tn, !IIL: !i ,: i. lnd cough ayrmp and
', I\ i I 1 ,t. p .uir.
[ ''l'i>' *.i miiiii to develop and the
'i I i i i n'itld in, only to
i e,.,v rt li it. I, 1, itI n i tho first
It a '- i*'. *l- : t 1 i1110 M I.
P li L i in I. r l in tis it Mle
*I',> >-, ;1, ,, .\ rl, : nl. il,,. i, ,,. h'ifk .
'i I' r i n !i r . 1, I t l t l, I o, t l ot ing
it seti .lii-, li'o i ,I it. thi'll, n g as
ll lianya t ,r c ', t i i t*li "\ i,,ir .'*
HI I vl. r, t I. It i oni : t ho r i w..' i i .n lovt
A itin I i ., .'4 ..I Ml fouig li h r i .ilth
In a .'ri.', tcoiltll.. li,
F r uotieii lyI, 'ru Aii lt d h wll n Ir,' .lo i
to he'i lili'.o Tnld lhir tookl a coillrms o
thit r, niw) l l' f.iroe I uas t l late.
SIn a werk the. euUlti and cold wee
Broken, anil a threw weeks treatment
iomple.til reaturtdt her to health.
rThis i% hat I'vrionl it doini all the
while'. Notla elylanld probably not aa
) hour pa.S,-In ll which iiomeone dels not
have a similar eixperlenllo with Peruns
Cure the Slllit Colds and AveM
ComempIt lea
T'hefirst *stp toward tcontlnipttlion I
acold. Thimenetatepl i a fallurto it ur,
it promptly. The third step is thei de-
vrlopmernt tf catarrhi, which graitually
twnomne chronic. The fourth step, the
icatarrh twins to spread from the head
to the throat, then to the brochIal
tubee, and finally Into the lungs. It is
then ounsumption In the first stage.
At any time during the progree of ea-
tarrh, from the Gret onset of the sold to
Its flAal settlement la the lune, Pruas
SCan he relied upon to stop the diseap
If you have takes a euid, buy Pwuas
^ without delay. One bottle la the be-
ginintag will do more good than a halt
h dosen bottles after the estarrb hba
fastened itself oa the lungs.
Theaus b of et Tathaeuslal.
We have on ale thouosads of teeti-
moiale froa people who hav bemN
armed of estarrh of the lungs by Permass
We ea give owu roseore only a slight
glipspe of the ast array of unsollelted
eadorwements we are reeivingc e ery
nmathb, Nuother phystelsa In the world
has ri otlved suc a itlume of enths.
as*trlc Ietters of thanks as Dr. UlarUMe
tur lPerw6a.


H.F. DUTTON &CO.
----D A LERIN-

Sea Is.l ad Cotton.

Sa Land Cotton Seed, Bagging andl Twine. Walrt
lAIether in Strlp or Hidwi.

Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved EagllM
Sea Island Cotton Gin. Itid lSupplis for BlEae.
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINBYILLE, FLORIBA, NOVEMBER 25, 1905


NEWS T ER YV TO L Colon. NOTICE SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
S....- lColoppon was a city of ancient looatl -
O l eireoles g M rd p t nine mres north of Epesus, and nar Under snd by virtue o a decree is.
Vict idward a 1i Mdt d in the sea. It was said to b the btrth- poiDn t of tbOflemult Coort of the l-
.place of Homer, and Dear It wa. fA- Eighth J o al 01ret of Floridaiin
"t:'mp r Wl to mouse oracle of Apollo. The Greek prov- and for Alseauseoonty, in sheneert in
Sw t*t7 in Arn. erb, 'To put a colopbon to It," mean- Sn U a peodla therein wherelaJohn
tree thousand dollars has been sub. Ing to end an affair bandoely, t e A. alboon wau complainant sad J Effective May 28, 19o5.
i. rlbed I 'Ibronto and Montreal for plained by Btrabo u arig from a Shlpma and Olarenee rI 8hipman,
Queea Alexandria fund for the unem- belief that the cavalry of was opr J.m h a Sod trading ele t No. 84 rN. North a West. a n
.. .name of -J. M. shlman & -sop, m al, 2 eUble Train as.tn0.8 No
p. pe4m London. so excellent In quality that their ebarp were doledas, b the Homobble J. L Je, F .
ner, ad 25, s klld was always declve battle. Hence T Will, at said court dated L ekotlle.. o. RI 1s 7 Lv Jeonv lle, F .
1" slimavllle, Ky, this morning by be. arsee the custom of calling any device the 1tOrh dayl 1 Otober, A. D. IO. Lv JSavanna.......do. Ry 11 40210 p L J1iArupon, ( ...........o. Ry. 0
or monogram or printers nator sign wherein It s ordered and dereedLi ob. So. R 1 01l s Ar i ....... .
IlW aught be~twton two freight cars. or date of p htn t In old printed boosthatr ein mortgagred dropert'y Ato Arolumb......So. Ry 0 6p p600 Ar lAnta,G Ua........ do.y. KY .,
W, ved at tEarlin,:on. Ky. r dateopho ntn of a ddrnth, swit. ehefolhswfl doi lenerlbd property" Ar OCharlotte .... So. Ry 10 25p 9k A rKome, Oa ............ So. y
t he Rus : propose to send six satisfactory end. sitouB itgie Sd being n the county r rDeeaboruI... o. Ry 221 12 06p ArDaltoon. G T.......S. I. .
I,_f_ 1 Auata si of Florida, and par- Ar Dneille......So. y 2 21s 21 Ar Uhattanoog, Tena. SoR. :R
ct,.ny c-r,, fromtn Man'curia, but eald S H s follows tows: r Asr mond.....8o'. y 5ft* 68 4 Ar Lelin n, Ky ......Q.
t io allow three army corps wkbh 82,. ?"be tloi r abe. to ......... Q O. :
(4 allow tohr.e army corps Wth 3a2, Te. f* One etire ammwll plant complete, In. Ar Lyrhburg ....o. Ky 4 8 4 0p 0.......
S900 men ar.l 1,400 guns to remain for It ws te great ecltpee of Aug. 21, elodinl malmery, boilers, eatnges, Ar Oharotrl- le so. Ry 6 18a 8 lOp LT Oennati, O......ig Poor
th tim' b in g. 150, that turned Tycho Brab. nto an sa w, blehmith' tool., mehbliry Ar Washbng'on....8o. Ry 9 50 9fOp Ar CObago Ill. ....... Big Four T
S Contrrbut; .n r ice lved yes ter y astronomer. He was l his fourteenth tools, ad all othor property and ap- Ar Baltimore..... K. R.. 11 B0 1 S p Lv Oineinnati 0......Ps Lian 8
SConrhe ,ewthref funvd by ete o t. yar at the time, a Danish boy of n. prte s thereonto ttsobed and Ar W. Ph'del'ia P. R R. 145p 28 ArOhieaso. Ill.......PLines
the Jew sh rl if fund by te com bil or gin, and had tb n etned ln rset gi oteeidsw111Mill now o- Ar New York... .P. R. R. 4 18p 6 80 iOtclDain 0, .... 0.
tee having that fund In charge amount. for the army ad then for ti law. eatednmoa the board Air Line Bail- ArOhbeago. II........ Mo
S ed to $50.371. 9, making a grand total ay.aboeS.tho=.mile. south of Ar.herrN o.84--"New York and Florida Ex-i
received t o de oF B0,58.eme i uty ofl hua, Florida, and rll ..a.' Daily Pullman Drawin. oomu
received to daelct l presd hin t h h. ad intmer o the taMid leepinl Oar ort Tampa and Jauon Ar' Toledo. 0 ...... CH I . D .
The Cbesapeake and Ohio transfer with the belief that asrooomy was a jf h8bptBa and Olaresee T. Ship. ille to New York. Ar Detroit, Mich.........P. . 7.
' barge with six loaded cars sank In divine thing, and theneorwardbe do- man, eo.-prtses trading wonder the No. 80-"Washinton and Florida Lv Cininnati,0........ P Lines
S the Ohio river this mcrn ng. Tlhe voted his life to It. The debt of as- frm ame of J. Shipmiaq Son, in Limited." Daily Pllman Drawing Ar Pistaborg, Pa........Pa Linae s
steamer Bob Bfllard had a narrow es. tronomy to Tycho Brhbe not only for ad to the lad upon whieh said sw-. Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to L Coinininati, 0 ......Big For
cape. Los estimaMed at $1,000. his own work, but as the man who millpllnolocited. together with the NewYorkl. Ar Oleveland, 0 ...... Big Foor 6
Shaped the p la of Keplw, e buildlanp, mprovements and all and Lv xington, Ky .. ....B .
A dispatch from Tollo wys thnt na mrelf ovr oumt", sng rttnd.dments, heredltamentse Ti he ,lei defthe ,Sky No. 80 Ar Looville, Ky .......So. R
sm age reelvedo thl. morning fon rto Ar St. Louis. Mo ........ .R. 75,
soul tates that Marru!s Ito wa t ing and appersalin, be advertised Lv Jolsonvioila, a. ..8o. Ry 7 Op Ar Anisron, Ala.......80. iy.
ieft ,t 0 ttttat MarquN [to waritndeold,4a tJo yBad pay a certain Lv Savannah, Go"...... .."So. Ra 1216 ranniston, Alt....... Bf. 11
slightly injured by a stone thrown hy In the tower of rfurt cathedral sum omo oney terein specified, and Ai ^omb a. .....o. Ry 00s. Ar Birmingham, Ala... o. By.o ,
one of a party of disorderly Kor ani bangs a huge bell ten feet hih and wherM s t. eBaker, wasp appoint- Ar Asheville, N. C .......S y 1 0p Ar Memphis, Tenn...... Frise 80
Wednesday night. thirty feot In circumference, weighing ed Speeal Master to execute said de- Ar Hot Springs, N. C...o. Ry a 87p Ar Kana ty, Mo..... rie.....
King Haaken VII, Queep Mtud an,! thirteen ton. With this In July, ereeathetimeaed place and in the ArKnoxvlle, Tenn ...... o. Ry 00p Meme hi, Tenn................
S rown Prince Olaf started from 'open. 1718, dined ten of the townDs most mannerpreC ld by law, tnor Ar Loiolville ....... ..so. Ky 8 60 Hot prin., Ark...............
tagen today In the Danlab Royal yacht opunt burghers on ies ,.notdle hereby given that I, W. r oSt. Luis............. o R P No. 18--The Florida Limied.
Baker, Specl alMster as aforesaid Ar COlninnatl ......... 8 1 Dily. Soid vestibule train, tbrotei
Deanbrog, Sor Chriltiania. Great a kitchen temporary eedtod on the n puoreanoe of the said decree. on the 8 aly. oiand Pullman Sleeping
S orowde gathered to witness the depart. tam that supported the ponderous 4th day of Doember, A. D. 1906, the No. -Daily Pullman Drawing ar. Jacksonmlle to Cindlnt
mo, f-tintinnabulalman etrawl Tarsa Jaekoonliile to slininnWti.
ure of the new ruler of Norway. mas of tlntlnnabulaP metaL To cele- m o bein leal sales d ea, between Room and Buffet Sleeping Oar between No. 1-Pollman Drawinl Room
brate th iepast medals were struck, the legal boear of sale, wil ofer for Jacksonville and Cininnati. 81eeping Oar between Jaekonvilfl,
A eaMle ditpafsh trom tars as, Ven. bhas g on the obverse of portraits of sale sad .wI sell at the mill site of J. Birmlnham, Memphis, Kansas City
al, says thAt Predent O rootu 0 gests and on t.e. torse the rep. Sh boad Son located on thre Se Excellent Dialog Car Service. and Oo orado Springs.
asks raneM to preheat the reasons up seatation of the curious scene. board Air Line Railway about three
mile. moute of Archer in Alachna
on whie b e founir d her proet re county, Florida, the above described ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE.
S rdtag the action of Veneslst Slugglish Liver a Poe to Ambition. property and every pars and pareel From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lia.
ganlst the en a ble compy. You cannot accomplish very much thereof to tb highest and best bidder ited," 900 a. m.
_You onnot aooomplirh .ery mch Lherefororfor esh, and will make, ex- From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 88. "Washington and Florida ER.
SCamp thoe L If your liver is inMative, as you feel cute ad deliver to the purhaser press." 8:20 p. m.
People who are subject to cramp la dull, your eye are heavy and slight suitable conveyances for the same. From Cincinnati, Asherille, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida LI.
W, 2. BAKER., ited, 00a. m.
the legs should always be provided exertion exhausts you. Orino La. pecial ter in ery. Fr ited,"m hto n. Oneinntt. Atlants. pte.-Nm. 14, "Fla. Limited."9:85a. t.
with a good strong plee of cord, opp. tive Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver W.pW. Maer in 'r. er. oi Onoti. Atlanta. e-N. 1OFl. Lmted.": .
dally It their bedrooms. When the and bowels and makes you feel bright J. C. LUESK, Distrlet Pasenger Agent, 108 W. Bay St,, Jacksnville, la.
eamp come on take the cord, wind It and native. Orinu Laxative Fruit 8.. H. HAVDIC, P.T.M. W. H. TAYLO, G. P. A. Baoos MOROAX. A.G. P.A.
Seramped, take an end In each band very pleasant so take. Orino is more
ap give t a tsharp pull one that will effective than pills or ordinary eathar- H LE
rt a little, and the cramp wil cmeae t Refuse substitutes. J. W. iMe- r Ofl KW
Sastantly. People much subject to C0llum & Co. l
S lp I bed have found great relief aumul the .matls. U A L T
Bon wearing on each e a grter of *Running the gantlet," a punishment TI imee No. Correcte o 1 0
wide tape wtic bas several thin lloees oppoed to be i -cullar to the Amert-
o f orlk Urtted t on to It can Indians, was originated In the Brit- At Evineton, Florida, one mile from OUTH.OUID-REAO DOWN. hOT ,..OW.- .
I l navy. Erery sailor In the crew but --_- ------ -- .... i
SThe Peatmark. the offender to be ..n shbed was pro- station, on Rook Road. 42 acres of No. nev.' 1 TATINo "
Great Britain, It is said. can, without vided with a switch, which he was re- Hammok d; all learned and lly D ly
far of rontradlhtlon, claim the honor quired to lay briskly on the bare shoul- s g 9 41 a a L ............. Jn ......
of having originated the poetnart. The derm of the man who did the runnining cultivation. 8 area in bearing or- .. '1 t....* ... ...........
fnrst one, which was used In London a between the two line. The Indians 6 p II 3 n .............. ..
long ago as 1041t. vaw a very simple it otberved the punishment inflicted In ane trees. All good trucking land. 10 I, I a ..,.Ii ..
S fair. conalting of a inlall circle divld- Virginia und Canada and copied It as a $1,000 dwelling and other houses on a 1, r ........ '.. I'.I .. ..\ .
ed into two parts. In the top portion form of torture. r ..... ,
were two letter Indihating the month. the premises. All going at a Bargain! , 1 'U L .......... ...... . '' ...
S while in theo lower half the day of the Beat Liniment on Earth. PRICE. 1 1 4 L........... .'. .. .
E A10500,00 I I i1.Y................. .

month was shown. No endlenvor was Henry D. Baldwin, Superintendent E A SY 500 00 ............ .. .
Mnide Ito denote the 3ear, tanI I It IN o t Oa lmnly .41irw o k1 e,$2 *E LII rp !$ 1' ". ....I...... e',',,I, ..........
nade todeote the r. nn It ^In oI Oilty Waterwork., Shullsburl, Wi W 1 :':. :::::.. ,... .......... : ,:;
by tho dates oit the letter w on l which tlep....
writes: "I have tried many kLade of Apply for further particulars to V 5 1 s s v2 p 61 -. N. ...... 'I.
M a be date of Iits ue. linimn.ts, but I have never received A a m m 1a C I r ........... Akn........
..e .t... oAf aO AeNaQ .r 1 m &A f... ... ... I... .


IPrl.fr Rllml Amein thL Abmle* rs.
lThe li*nlli of female munmm no found
S(II he totlli cl t Kgypt are literally ~or-
cTrel 1with rlium, IIIn luauy lltalt'.i
(eren, leiilg from two to six oin eiVe y
fingr. lIi soeilc nan, these orlnamlents
are cvuilpMle whiolly of go.l, but In
(tlller, whti'i Il'robably repreient all
thut is l'ft of rutlt In, daughter, ll*' rings i're Iirasm. glass or
l|ntt S* ud IercthloIt*. thl, l i('lhicdetn a nd( Pe- i
eilanit nitI tht i Italiyln', iiahKn t wtre all
Vetiy fow t of rlitti t a tllt other pwersoal
olnlultlit i.

How Thermamrtevr Are made.
A small gliras tutel blown Into a bulb
at one end l l wrtly fllkl with bwe-
cury. TIhe unrw-ury i tLtllt to expel
the air ant fill the tutte with mercury'
vapor and thUn the tube I hbermetical-
ty tled anu l allowed to cool T
gradatkms are found Mas follows: The
Instrumnweit I lutiurm- In lu watWe
anud the fIrtelarg Ibit In foutld and ts!
markledt. Thrn Itn iu Ipl which lt allow Us to rac-th th beUitag
point, and u 212 tlrw Is ftuund. Tb
spaun ti.twvra n unirlmL rkL Iy matt -


aaticci vaiculsatLeww


I A Dakr Usle.
It t ostat iij tn he aullteruoy 4. .
tS lu i l1i1. c'oeiftniiate ariu that a
balky Iule decided lbs Ow ttitle ot441
Q19burg. Ttw eutberia ltl l-orxi
t-c *1b.',tl attwoulflt.'a it ~Its m t
An 001DOW-V tn Ims.114"bl ofmII-I
purkaly ife4d td he btle, and the
somemm column swas hbk ed hy ra
& W Stmbjust Le egough to enabrle
IM u*ef trwee to aimn the ec u
aser, amd a sthat balky al, rMiat!
4erkw the battle


It Ib reoam that Jadge Jerr laek
Wcr sad a tf tevrum that ts wsI


much heneflt until I used Ballalrd'. U LW UII 4 U II IIIIN I
Snow oiniment for rheumatism and
pains. I think it the betw liniment on GAINSYTILLt FLO)RIDA.
earth" 26o, 60 and $1. Sold by W. ---.-. --
W. Juhnson.

Bhibboleth in a word frequently used 9
In polltlhe. though It may e doubted
whether II:aniy polltk.lans know the bhi- Painter,
tory of It. (urlustly mUough. this He-
brew wc,,l really umean "an ear of D IWm and
curn" a well Msi a "river." but its .sg- Paper Hn0jers.
ulfncautr for iniMertls anrtise from the
fac.t t tht it %as aiployed as a test to 204 Eas Main St., B., Gainesville. Fla.
distinsguih thle $phrlnmitee from the --
(1lttldltme the former being unable to
Sthe"- rs unAll kinds of eUteide and onside work
prlotnoutcu the* "oh" aoutnd.
promptly and mealy eocuted.
"I Thank the Lordl" -
Oried liannah Plant of Little Roek, PAPER HANGIG aId 8PNW WRIT.
INo Op betlt.
Ark "for the relief I got from Boek- I a O *
len's Aria ieSalve. It cured my fearful -
running ,ore. whieh otbingele ewkld MRS. 8, M BROWNE,
heal, and frtm which I had aelered
for, year." Is .ia maarvelous healer
for eut. burns and wounds. Uuaman-Cr El
teed at all drug storn; Zee.
ToRm Rod' Wit.
('ongres ,u Wlorf' r. Maau. be- Dry d, Notion,
etta ,,m a IOM It |lu.Irlr of Spaker Ralckt edt........
1teed. to l bou 1 n1mI 1 on e oc
t. Itb you kl a ;~t. dr l R lle t Alhe RENAULT FAMOUS BREADS,
y.o for preswtrit. anl I woult rat be CAKES P&ll S-Freh
surnsled it they el temi you prealMt Siesy Day.
0oui4e dayr "Well. .MUre." wasr the
dry comma t f the ipeaker. *W lfer PaTH a 1--10d"
covixt do vr an I baroo 68M .a.h--e-- e-
__q __- The Flortid

Maimma (fat brakfnat tabr-T- Fruit aud Track Grower
eorgse. OgW1I-l aim wiag UL -s an L.*V MW fuqV^
mumma. Ies Prt the ag tied tothe CAfM A*
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R25 1905


a STYLES IN COATS
a of the Cutaway reek. *e
Seek sad the Dres Cwlt.
modern cutaway sprang from
body Atting justancorpa of the
as known to the courtiers of
IV. and Louis XV, and the gar-
as in turn probably evolrel
frock or tunic worn in the
tU outcry,
rt trace of a cutaway In any-
like its present form, says the
Artiournal, is seen in old
O French military uniforms.
i, the eighteenth century. For
use it was worn in England
17T86 a rit lng coat, the tall
-TYerX g. uIn 1S93 It was adopt.
for walking as well as for
aad was then In shape and cut
nearer the modern cutaway than
Its predecessors, though It was
double breasted.
Sn the nineteenth century the
sy bad eight or nine buttons.
fourth, fifth and sixth being
This admitted of the wearer
his neckcloth, fancy waist-
and-frilled ahirt to the best ad-
Not till 1.40 or thereabout
qutaway become almost identi-
th the modern garment and since
the changes in Its shape have
%,D %.atlvely slight In 1S41 the
"eDtaway" became a fixture In
nguege.
old colonial uniform worn by
ilgton, with its faps buttoned
i the coat worn by Nelson at the
of St. Vincent, the Nile nnlt
r, and the coat worn by Napo-
when on his way to St. Helens
all In a general way similar to
tctaway frock.
conventional dress coat of our
is a refined younger brother, so
k, of tly cutaway frock, and
It were Indebted to the French.
Son the other hand credit the Eng-
with originating the coat that has
ed into our double breasted frock.
coat last named was introduced
Piance by Montesquleu In the
170.
tally, we may add, the prefs-
black drese coat has by the Eng-
epeaking nations been restricted to
wear little more than half a
S T. IIn some continental cou.n
thedress coat Is "proper form"
at court or other important
blages held in the day-
eack coat probably dates from
"Ma c ronjis," who Introduced it
angl nd t 17rT2 though a gar-
somewhat r#Alar was worn by
aBoundhdad Cromwelu'a day.

POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
As n ry person s a mighty poor
jdp at a Creas.
We do't blame the children. We
hve doee worse than kick and scream
to b ..r way.
TIt yoeea hate work, but It Is the
ot pride, e la t joy of the aged, that
they are able to do It
ametimes a hostess has this kind of
msb rtame: Her guests have such a
g2 time they don't want to go home.
Seas al what you may to some p o-
S/ pe. B.-On second thought we
S ove decided not to me that word
"w ] "
Wha a man has a picture taken, for
Ito at ve weaks afterward be
gpen@ &a get deal of time la taking
vptism looks at It and we dee -
atf erty one e oe the good
a s so plain to hl yea.-


Sel t a lil h re

S (f S- weer ranked abreast they
-g emly swim. wit eet beag
bgewl a oat ofi order, thIru b the eye
|B E aLat eambrie edla eaver mad.
tB i ea of the minutes creatures I a
e rgealamd umber of partilt
tep oI mevrsn about. at lading
^ 4,SB- Wt toed ad oIf bertaing
jI- ee s oaa bea aa animal as
,,aa fr.om a f... pm t I. .
fmo g mter." TeW h-> umd
9 o WMmb iaeta ga ritacimn the
< o f^ ei(Tta cataS their marvefem
o J Ia to thee ahey (- d4


As ansi toqxb wa dUls w
wih 3 RlPmdWM the, -,=0
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a "a do bgww to*lr
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F"yemo ato owie"
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May weddings are supposed by many
persons to be unlueky. It Is a heritage
from the ancient' *Romans. A May
bride, says Ovid. is abort lived, his
explanation being that the month In-
eluded the celebration of the Lemurla
in honor of the dead. Apart from any
evil omen. such a tme of mourntng
would Interfere wtth the bathing and
toilet arrangements thatfwere proper
preliminaries to weddings. Plutarch
suggests that, a April was the month
of Venus and Jude that of Juno. to se-
lect May was to alight those nuptial
goddesses and that June, as the mouth
of the young (Junlores), was preferable
to May, the month of the old iumajores).
Ovid's "Mense malas malo nulwre vul-
gus alt" (there is a popular buying that
wicked women wed In Mays was In-
scribed on the gate of lHolyrood when
Mary, queen of SBots, married Both-
well In May, 15tT. What followed
strengthened Scottish belief in May's
unluckinesr
The Term "Creoa."
Every one uses the term "crony" in
the sense of "chum" or "pal." and the
phrase "old cronies" baa become spe-
cially familiar, but It is doubtful
whether the original word bore any
reference to friendship. The new Eng-
lish dictionary puts down its origin to
academic slang and quotes the Immor-
tal Pepys for the earliest instances of
its use. Quite recently, however, an old
letter of a still earlier date haa come to
light, in which a scholar Is described
as "content to destroy his body with
night labors and everlasting study to
overtake bla chronyes and contempora-
ries." From this It would seem clear
that the word was a bit of uulveraty
Jargon, used to denote students of the
same date and coined from the Greek
word that appears in the terms "chro-
nology. '"chrouometer," "chronograph."
that are connected with time.
Bsherdam's TPp.
Any interruption while he was mak-
Ing a speech always caused Richard
Brinaley 8beridan considerable annoy-
ance. On one occaloo the dramatist
showed his displeasure of a fellow
member of the bouse of commons who
hkpt crying out "Hear, bear" every
tew minutes. During a certain debate
Sheridan took occadsoo to deerlbe a
political contemporary who wlshed to
play rogue, but had only maoe mono
to act fool "Where," excllmed be
with gret empbasle-"whee hll we
Aad a more toolsh knave or a moe
knarvh fool than be?"
"Hear, bear." was shouted by the
troublesome member.
Sheridan turned and, thanking the
bonorable member for the prompt n-
formation, at down amid a gsmersl
or of laughter.

Mrs. John Sberwood was a fabmr
fer her exqiialte natwn a tfo r t sar
WtyI. At a diner mo lgt t at the
tlme whe her novel Tramplt-
ed Boe" was having a wid4 drellat eo
bar Mtgbbor turned ad aA*md at per
t good faith the almost taredblei
question. "Mrs. aberwood. do yo
kaow who wrote 'Tbe Teraplaated
Boes1"
"It sound as though it might be
Hardy." laughed the gifted womasa
without a trace of IIl natre.-Wo.
man's Home tompanloo.
Man's Unreasonableness
Is often a great s womaa's. Beat
Thoa. 8. AuItia, manager of the Re.
pobilasa of Ilaveeweortb. Iad., u
not unreasonable, whea he refoed to
allow the doetors to operate o hibe
wife for female trouble. lastedad" he
asa. "*e eoneloded to try Eleire
Bisters. My wife wa the n ae ek abe
oeld barely leave her bed. aad f(Ie (a)
physiease had failed to ren)leve her.
After takin Elecre Bittler shw en
perfemly outed, and msea ow rferm
all bher bhoebold ties." ur.






Nashvill R. R,


Bet Lane to

Norrl, MATWOO Ik=ICIY%
m Uo m benlev be, ft" -
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1.0 ml Mi Wobt 18 m




ben 1k. Leete W"tlow
Ftomadjobso *"Vvimes ois he t.
go m orhesleepm .so combo.
Ivor kftrossionso toestoo *an


GR9o. 3. HERRING,
Vhft, fh A^I* &L 163a"


U Y7ZXJ2rB OAFRDS


DR. DrV'ERE B. MORRIS.

.... DENTIST....

OfAce over M4rcus Kadel* Plhot.e :, rlngr

J A. CARLI3LE,
ATTORNEY AT L \W
And Solicitor in Eqluity
Real Estate, Oooveyanoing and Oea
eral Practice. All buMines prompll)
attended to. Offlo meat door to Sun
office. O iaxIsI 1.. FI.RIDA

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT L1.\\,


GAINESVILLB,


F1l uRIDa.


Can ell your oity property, (im.
proved and unimproved), plosphatw,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you ofer for sale. 2142=

W. E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT- LA w,
. .. SOLICITOR IN OHANCE l:Y., .


GAINESVILLE, Alsobus Co.,
Office in Endel Block


DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,


FLAt


DENTI B1' .


Over Dutton a Co's Dash


airneaTlr e


D. LGORDON B TISON.
DENTIST.

Of o* Im t I. Law IAtcharre
OAlIrn TU.La FiLA.

THE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS a CIUARM
JONI M I NUSProprelror.
9:421 W. Bay st.JaksoevTl.. ri.
Fast beer, bottle an draught. Don't
fall to sll on am whoa in Jaeksonville


ALCHUA COUITl..
Alashua soanty Is e,400 eres in
area, hau 28 mile railroad 800
miles w on road, 6 postofflee
11i pabl wbhools, 7 pbosphate
plaInt, )aw mill., $76,000 ort
bowo, ve newspaper, and pro-
duoes sor, cotton, rie., oupr.,
oats, rye, potato, pineapples, or
angs, poaebh. pears, plums, pe
pae, and all kinds of vegetable.

Gainmill, the Counlt Seat.,
Ham floartes hurches, two pobliL
shoole, the Uaive rsity of Florida.
privtatoweels three r phor
Usiled lftte land o01, tb1 'ob
water. foI slam system, eoltri
adm It two Io tIo ,a
t"W, thr *We ll hose.
aawlas0i three "od 060o
rioe, ooes0gla two mos btmeories
thbreo llmJmd, two fortlloerma*i
otmaetrgr companies. one lb.I
msmfai Moy, oN rerlttCy ter
peatIe plan, two oha;sa. we 1
eteshed sre em brMsta ery.
thlae Ia tk heommmintal u

THE SUN

JOB PRINTING
DEPARTMENT
Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Faney


Commercial


Job Printing
.. .Fo r...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Lgal aks on Sbort elotI


email t moss a ,



Dafr Mrt W ito dlcI3the
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Air Line Rai'\ ay


.... FOR .


Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York.


Two Elteanti Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Only Lint Operatinmu

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

For full information and rleeper reservations all oin saiy agenit Seaboard oi
write A. 0. MACDPON .I., -. C. b'' i.TON, Ja.,
Ast. General IPas'ms iger AgReit. l'pi'nigi'r Agw.nt,
.JA('KSONVILI E. FI.ORIT N


CLYDE LINE


B'OTJHt .ALITIIOT I EAOH W3EBK:
ItcT &tAN
Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHAiELToN. 8. 0., both ways.
Then Flit Iteaumia in t e C atdwi uteio
The Ulyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct SBervie Between JA CK8NVILLE, BOLTOM and
PROVIDENCE and All rasuera Pointa,
Galling at Charletoa both ways.
BEMI-"WR2EH f.T S.4XLISTOB
Southbound...........................From Lewis' Wharf Baeton
Northbound.................. rom Foot of Oatherle et.. Jaeaovillle

Clvde St. John Rimv Lla
Between JACKUONVILLm and SANMFORD
$topping at Palatka. Asaor, t Frais, Bereeford (DeLad). anmd lntermddiaw
Laldlna on a. Johas River seommeaning Wedaneday, Iovwe br IS, IGw,
IrEAMUEit8
"CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY"
Are apolated to small as follows t Leave Jseaeonvllle, daily eaept e later
days. at 8:U p. m. Returning. leaeq ianford, daily eI cept Brnfd s, at i Oa. m.


LeaTvelO pm p ... ........... Jas kso vllle .... ...... .. Arrivel a
8 4O pm .. .... . . .Falatka ....... .... .... Leave a00ape
a00 as .. .. ... .. Ase tr .... ...... .. .. l 00
4 AIDam ......... ...... .t. Fmra ole............. .. o p00 m
A...........Bere.. ford (Lad).. ...... I.Opm
Arr e 0 am 0 .......... ... a tel d ..................OO. O
0 10am ...... .... Eaterpr..:.. ...... ... U0i00ma
GlERAL^~ PAG. AND T OF1CE W. *AY T.,r JACK6.oVIrLL
!m a a A nt, o n a m at". "t J1 a
A. oeaa4 M eta 0"W Wk
W.l 'TrLs Oeral Aaen
wEen M1500.19e 11esMoaM. We* Two


Take The Atlantic Coast Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINT


NotbihLVast Sooth
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Rapid Transdt and UnCurpamed 8ervid
lre Tab sle la *ct April INS0 .


Depart Fo ee -AnVILI.E
$flops High Pap and Iter-
EMwly modiate Icoinsm
1I1lbpm Qual0 Leeeburi adMWmp T md
Dklyt i Iaueruedaate Palate


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DOW1


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OITn Arlh. Vt md 4was Daily
Upm XiO O4Pri WsyerOse, hrr OMmb- nWb, slopm
DoyJ Abmy. Atislata all PmN5, Ems Wee sIWI


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It. we Orr & Stemborl. If you wat bilrrea. If e sold bly poor dl t, vtse otht. I UORT.
to buy, it would pay yon to e them W be ns by mall oa reps d f t. On 8kadUy oralg at 10 0 o'clock N. W. Littlefeld of Blekshear. Go.,
also, a they have some desirable site. n sml" bol tase to rtwoe m toe* ie o. Dr. troue wileev d udes Ap l rel e Mr. utasn ebt weat te a tim Abu aiachua.
omemt ad noldoe fIlls to points aio for obeidne sad pename All the Mr. WtiWt M wo tor a e tim eou.tAlachua Pool
The "'Brey Time" company, whict eaoD. Dr. trnet W. Hall. @*Ia llaa. eday eeceOkedl9re r expectedl to n*eted wish the H. F. Dtto & C(o.B
apparshere e on Tuesday ,evenio to asu.r1. O. bt. tas. St. Lo ." Me, ml yo n r ~s ieout e bielsee i this eits ad made
Tihe noMMIdIM~k wil feisse "ta
makilg a big hit throcghoot the State. S ee eforti~als. pid lo J. WJ. *. k we h I e rie oeeh s d s a p. m. m a friend who 1ar always pleased 1.-
If you waes amosemest, P and hear MeCollum & Co. ad 7:80 p. o S be in. L
"the lirls from ovr the wy .. t t h Piorn ha
- -- -- .1 Thnee
Wa. .ittlodale of Hawthorn, a for. G _____ood it
mao resident of this eily, who make **w Th pebea
r1lon|r trnp. ber.. w 1. h *ly | A Chf pest lid M@.
retlar trips here, was i orn EW YORK RACKET a Earth.s the oily a *iw
-oo ple of days this week rer"itlNgE Ye on A
a wholesale ofectiosery store .


Wa'rraty dewd ad m ortgaa blsnks
"tMalk t thl I, tihe orm onad I. The 5 DAYS' SPECIAL ALE ..w ,.lt -- .. o r has -e
Alash if ely whbim awra money i morna till sae as aIht. lot Sthemle eC OII n r3 M Vi t-h ha ao oMsportaaily
eWnaIag. $t per hwnd or 0e per ys to a .tead the sae. WeA t at as
d-oes 0ile dee ped. ny hae the t to IMUl lp 5 W ftovee I. mA oer t,
to. newa in ** snpem lty to toe atfeMs"g of the ma4sOwm th t we ase eAm AM es trM ntinu tr
tmo balsa" of a* wu. It tahedV I vauaue se se-e emse names a0raer
W. U. Bithop ad Ray Bishop frem of maersd JOIn0TI WoWF5 nd emf tonneWf o e d e t Urie she mAs,
Ter Abo W. W.Va,. ha prorwsd a
lot as te sme er aveRne aseead
L m ~ AwMAWoMd late to puts p


ad -.e &C. .gee a ag I


SIf you wns t the best esoed goods, B t i"s Mr.. A H holiday
sell on Mason Bros. BardW for *ale i arw low. J.
W. B. Holderof Trsiler was doing B1. ij Aruredondo, FIt. 49
b ,bo . ln, II the.city. estard Of r ter table s h o .i ... o
Call and see that coop '0 lBe fat from 0.C., .sKInCfry. Phoe 14.I
turkeys today. C. V. MNeEKIl y. Aby*t BavK city or wonueay prop.- M d
W. H. Anderson of Bron" g trahop. *oty tieis my apply to Orr A 8tees- -
11116 O B01porte acied business in the citey Fridrp. barg, stksville, Fla. -
The est line etfs4i4.~s Ol Chiaa Torp-olwteases for lisl* at hin of. .E
Et' SSAL AN SOCIAL ITEMS ever breuht tthto l. s0TM's, ee.0*0 per dozno, $ per hundred.
..F..or breakht try o"f that tl* O e &ashiM eompsaln order. dawtf
I" -7 l Writefor Our New Cata
Told in Short P rarah se Drme's, deaierefOsdar Key, was It the #ty \ 2360 _ fo ur N_ Cat_
"H e Who Runs May Read" Heeker's pen-ase flour sad all otber yuer*a. Jlooking atter besnees a as
a- f be The Sn. sppetising foods for breakfast Ms . Over S a
S1ooo Bros'. Gresery. B. A. Powell and wife restned ye-. Over 100 Pages
1`4 '.. r tm ooffe eelI on M o Bro.. ft *40 slllustVa o w
BJames ro e t Miesopy was is ee ded wt wish
Cane oloeo for sale. J. N. Bone. the *e d renewed hi. te.6 ftr oddik. Few. l
h e 19. sobeerip to< h an. water has be? qol ea
Ldie'- lingeardia plates" styF Th. ew wood Taen ,. ings in tfot odt' Diamonds, Silverwa e,
VI at Son ofSee. .P. Baukulg s' buildlege on. East nollsh peas, faney lettoue, snap
George Taylor of Palmer was in the Union street am nb.ftngled. benm. .e. 4orolp-gre., raddiso, e W catches, Platedware,
city yesterday. For Root-Two fuanlkod Bss, O* asn d*ery ag to be hadn t he
Fine Jersey cow for sale. Apply to of four rooms and 4 of three room. toi is, mori V lry Clocks,
J. B. Emnrson. Mrs. Foster, 40N Wes Main eroet. J w r 7 CI
W. M IAdon of Alasbas was in Huebbard of Jacksoaville has been
the oity ystsasor y. 'I e.n, kee h0..wbot, employed as pressman In the Popper. .. $2. HOLIDAY NOVEIi ii :
Daily San," said a lady the other day Publishing Company office in this elty2.50 HOLID. NOVE pe
P r the bet esube'rie sad Aest when shfailed to ges her paper l e M. Hubbad i a very pleasokts l- I e
ely P to DerMy's. morning. Me.a ed he may become a permanent
W. M. Thomas of Bell was a visitor Miss Peiny outer of Oela, who is a r de r at'f*bco eity.
to the eity yesterday. maule stent of Mrs. Parker of this For Bale COhp--nmall brick making G reenleaf Crosby Co.,
FPrh pl fa&d Fraalkfrt ssag, olty, left for Tamps yesterday morning plans* eompisaing one Nagel englw l an Im rt
s d liverwrt, at eneys o ste d-4he Stae Fair. and bilero, W borse-power Henry Mar- JewelerS and ImporterS,
Order your Christmas frolt oakes Spring Park 8teek Farm Compeoy is o lester "A" briek press, pug mill, 41 West Bay St. Jaeksonville, Fla.
now. Keystone Bakery. dtf -* winner as the Sfte tair. Manager sander, elevator, hand pree, shlaftig, __
B. L. Flowers of Willeford was in Toeh relved a telegram las alght ete., all under cover and been very "
the city on business yesterday. bearing Iformatjo that this farm has te used. J. M. Dickioson, NareooMe., Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Ca ttenri
Mrs. S. A. Ferguson of MIeanopy been awarded jhirty-twe prices. Fla.
was with friends la the lity yesterday. We have on sale a earload of moles The Atlantie Coast Line offers a rate, SATISFACTION GUARANrTED.
J. M. Smith of Tpnton, a sturdy son sad a arload of horsW. We guaran. GaOineville to Tampa and return. as- l l_
of toll, was a Galnesville visitor yes. tee our took and refund purchase soons Florida State Fair, of $0.76, tick.
today. price any time within ten days if same t on sale from the 18th, good to re.
T. A Dokeof Monte eha one of Als- is not satif story. W. R. Thomas. turn after the fair. Train leaves
Gasinsville at 12:16 p. m daily. See
huas's solid altisens, was in the city Remember you ean work a horse or J. A. Goodwin, ticket agent, for par-
yesterday. a male bought of W. R. Thomas ten tlolars.
Jastlde J. O. B. Thomas of Wills. dasland return him, getting every
ford was in the city yesterday on busi- een3 of your money beak if not satis- Have Bought Fine Horse.
eaws matters, fled but we do not defy competition. The (Gainesville German Coach Horse
Always the best groceries and vegs- W. R. Thomas. Company has been orgpnised in this
able of the season can be found st Prof. 3. H. Coffee, principal of the oity, and the first purchase was the fa.-
Mason Bros'. Waldo schools and one of Alaohua mouse German Coan stallion "De-
J. H MeFadden, one of our prmi. county's popular instroutors, was in bent," which was brought here several
4 lns Alachos farmers, was at the cithe qy yesterday. Prof. Coffee has ays ago from the famous stock firm ,
county seat Friday. an excellent school this year and It is of Crouch & Son, Nashville, Tenn. '- "
SNv. Warren Colsolof J.enPnn Lake taxed to its utmost for room for pu- This estllion has a record which all
Rev. Warn Coison of Jpning Lake I
made his friends in this city a very stockmen will readily appreciate, and
pleasnt all on Friday. D. E. Godwin of Fairbanks, who is is admired by all who know a good
actively engaged In the naval stores horn.
We do not defy competition but In* busineo for the McDonald Company, The officers of the company are as
d it inspection and guarantee stok has skipped slace the 18th of Septem. follows: John B. Dell, president;
and prices. W. Thomas. her 080 barrels of rosin which broubst Henry Davie, weretary and treasurer;
Mrs. J. 8. MeKonsle and daughter, from 04.26 to 06.6 per barrel, and 180 0. P. 0Canon, J. A. Robertson and A.
Miss Lismie, of Broneon were among barrels of serpentine spirits which is L. Daughtrae, directors. The som-.-....
fr9end. IN the city yesterday. quoted as 80 eents a gallon. pany Is composed of Crawford & Da. T E
W. P. Moseley has purchased the We are in a position t'-ornih rot. Duht, Tre, W. John B. a, P. Cannon. THE CO NTINENTAL OAFE
FtaB grocery store on the corner of a beau, dr a ttc hm Daughro, John B. Dell, P. 11. Baker,
Liberty and Wo e Main street. el t baek ad lettuce hampel J. A. Robertson. J. Fowler, I J. (First corner South of P. O.)
Furnished room to root on block ad. also cabbage and anstloupe erate Carer, J.t H. Holly, C. W. Chase, W. Fameosna Contimntal Cedar Key Oysters. Drip Coaee. Western eats. p.
aiing square. tentean tenant guarantee promptnabl shipment on all R. Thoma, A. L. Jackson and A. B. viae Uezoelled. Open Early and Late.
preferred. Apply at Son office. contracts Ship on either A. L. or .Ztroer. .. M. -
Dr. L. W. Moore of Ocala, well S. A L. railroads. Williston Mann. Real Estate Deal. Week of Prayer.
known to many in this oily, wasu sll- featuring Co Willistona, rl dawsf The Alach County Abstrat Co. The following is the program for this F. T
lag on old sequalntanoe yesterday. -'s- pasy has in the past few days nemotiat. afternoon at 8:80 o'clock, for the week
re lg and Christmas pre sRE D THIS the sale of four very desirable of prayer rve: UNDERTA ING O
mefth inr mwre ta Mne han t tso t m e boL ding lo in the resideoes portion bJ es, O "Bril"--Mr. Wm. PAp- U.R" P
e*l4,t heaudpel-ted Chna at Dersey's. C[.AnxseTtLa, Taxx. June 6, 1o01. of the aity, sad this companr has mV- per, leader. .
Judge M. A. Bealey, J. P. Philpot Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Lonis, Mo.: Dear eral other very good deals on. There Hymn.
and E. B God wi of High Springs D~ctor-It Is wab pleasure that I roe. a's many inauirie regarding eity lots Seripture Lessn, Matt. 8. FULL LNE OP .
were in the city yesterday on bues- ommend goaa Teass Wonoder for kid. at the presesnt sim, s.ad he real estate Responsive Verses. NEW OOOD...
nes. nor and bladder trooble, as my wife market *6ll be looking up in a few Prayer.
I, Gothery of Roehelle wu a visitor and myelit asve both sed is sad e. days. Gloria Patria. Auz'l
at The Sun ollee yesterday and re. perienead weo udorl relief from its Is Isquite **rsles there will be no "A Missionary's Observtion"--Mis, o..
newed his faith with the necessary us. Oam. W. BansT, drop i. Gainuville sol! this year, as Kennedy. MOlUMEiT TOalS
eireulating medium. holders feel ***flest that there will Tal,. "Womas's Work"-Mrs. Me- and IRO1 I FENCU.
Mrs 0 8. Merchant and Mrs. H. H, A TEXAS WONDER. be a better deemnd aest in he season Beath. srs our ame
e ereo Tfrom people seeking deirable loss. Sons.
.MeOrSry wnr o efts of o dr. and Mrs. 0c mill's ple of the Terl We tinge fur homes ia he Soth. Reading. "Home Work While Help. Pe'uoal asse a to all metaagoes t
J. 8. Ctown of Roo~ekyr Poispe rdaylqJ de, Ha~ Omt Dimous, a s all ulag Brail**--Mrs. Di as'. a. j t *. ui e Mall s eleifas nes
to attend a cane grlnd ing. kidane sad bladder trmble, removes The aevilva Meetlgag. L*eeht, '"Th Womes of Brasil"-- promp' Stt*m55 5
Capt. H. O. Parker of Larosses, sa gravel, earue diabetes, smial emt- Dr. Sus *e l pemohiag very inter- Mrs. Padgtos. 0
extensl eeotton grower, was in the lkes, wak nd hue blckS, rhema'i setinoevaelaslesmons o everyone. Prayer. Ga ll Ped
eity yeterdey. He sold this season tie. a d all iiStg ltt of he kid. |ags the Mesdie etebrek. There "The Elisa Bowman Sehool"-Mrs. '
epw ads of 400 bales of cotton. M75 sad bladder ia booth as will be a player mid mislelary serviee L. W. Fonell.j
If you have property and want to stl women, r lates bld' b li this aftereasm at U e*o*oek, bet no a.- Desolsgy sad Denedistion.i PA


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