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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 28, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01036
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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L.XXII, NO. 2511


OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1905


TEN CENTS A WEEK


ORS OF BLACK


SEA FLEET MUTINY


WY, Joined Workman in Sev

autopol in Uprising.

ATTACK GOVERNMENT

or for the Removal from Office of
e Men Who Have Been Irntruwnn.
l In Causing So Much Bloodshed
7 qed Trouble n Rueeia.
,Nov. 27.-The sailors of
port and the Black sact suadrou
4Bye muUinied and joined the work
who are holding a meeting under
tI red flag. Te city Li In a sLtav of

t. Peterburg, Nov. 27.-The rall-
4ial~ papers are puvrulag 11e' same plan
they did In the case of General
tpot, the former assistant minister
Sthe Interior and have now opened a
ula.r campaign against M. Ihurnovu.
Sinister of the Interior, being the tne
Sof the constltution and the, support-
of reaction.
They also join In a general demand
Stie Irmmediate trial of the Kover-
and other officials taiu far remov-
S making a speral point agPih-st NI
ldhardt, the former prefect of O)des.
Swho a called tae "Russian Nerm"
d although removed from the prc
ure, remains In the ministry of tile
terror.
All the mllftary satraP' must I
rouglt to justice. is te c(ry of th,' ratl
al papers..
I'he new appointments. Baron Vi,
eo;.ken and M. elainlot, to bL aCtinx
governors respectively of Tulac.k anil
xan. are likely to d',.w tlheoir tIod-
es, Noltla be!rg dt.i,.-rcd chief of
bee of Waraw, uttll ltinplng from
effects of the explosion of a bonim
wn at him, Rhelntbot to-lng the for.
lgovernocr of the province of Ny
Flnland' who threw the capital
a fever of excitement some thlni
by sending a dispatch atinnuncing
a St. Ikirtholmien'w n!lit at to
place at flw.lsingforr. l,e cral f
of Nylanld, for whici h. wass r-
from i.nland.
approval uf itse, a!Tnilntmenn'
eargd o NIM I)rnov. rT.lin~'er of I.'
andt not to Pibremier \V!tle T:"
that iander the present conli
the government is emnl)rratKsedl
r crtyl of material to fill re
le poats and It Is largely a
4etwee I mI' practically all of
te done eLmething to arose
rvseentmnt. A popular address
rtparled tendering thankL
country to Count Witte. for
at Portmonri'h and for bhi
endeavors to pacify and regen-


ewependence Interceptlf
r York, Nov 27.-A cable dim
to the Herald from ilrll o ays
iltallr Taghublau reports that
L Ptersbwr poike asve Inter-
prrwapoade ce betwen mm-
Sthe r volutionary party and It
) eroad at whtch a product was
bed or the murder of the mem
thef imperl houeh.od T.ae
Sw etperel.. but neither
t Or 1ae dremeo has bees
I. a tthey are ouknowa.


bank Ce.a Deoo.
Nbw 2,--?Ir. Olew
of warlCwy was sdvleed tafty
rut Nat floal bAsk of Us#
I AiAk. bas to" t cw#.d by wder
boar d of akw-ors MatkmI
MUMMID" & H1 I. (*QEgcr b"
Opwate* rnei rr Tmv Nat
of the rmrievmw e wbiwsv
bank at tA* tins* of bwie~et
#$WON&"). 1 a1 0b56 by try
avwe lI lehttlt csto
Vonl :18IMIwo 10)r
ltreaOu"" -bv*am=* e mea-

eW Swi-teede~t tsr Sem~hec
vle.9 iPw 21--Ii Was as
a- o"w" ban miat tma%"U
4IeN* d wwbhw M4 beeso w
plao'U'ht~llpeadvtheof th or Maivsek
vft O "Ift ON tlw wwtem aIralvm
aId C 1 4.-I mplot e bb -n
at"m.Mr. bwA
aw P pew NI-I-


TREATY OBTAINED BY FORCE.

Strong Accusations Made Against Jap.
anese RgarTding Korea.
St. Peteraburg, Nov. 27--Tae official
Russian news agency has received a
di;spwdac trom Sharcga giving a sen-
Sational account of the manner In
which the JapaneCe fo-'~d the Ko-
rean government to acquiesce to the
treaty between Korea and Japwn. Thie
telegraph purports to be based onl
direct news Irom Sroul and contalu.
the following partlculars:
On Prlday (Nov. 17) at n(oon Haron
SHeyashl and M. Harrara and Kol;oti
entered the pace with the object of
forcing the enrpeor to sign the treaty
The emotuor and the minister obstln
aiely resisted. At 8 o'clock In tie
evening Hron Hayashl having Inform
ed the Marquis Ito of the situation.
the latter, accompanied y General
Haseguwa. commander of the Japanese
tr)oopi In Korea. with a military e,-
cort. Including gendarnues. came to the,
i laace but till mMinight had not suc
Ic eled in persuading the emperor t1
sign. Thereitpon Secrt ftry Stev~en'<
bnnugit from the ministry of foreign
affairs t it official seal o4 t.;i min
it::'y w.:iich wasIHIo stained Iy tforcr an
at In:::; o'clock In the moirnlng the.
Juiane'- themselves placed lthi s'e.,
on the treaty. the ei,)peror to tho en.l
refifong to rive hig ~Ignat;ire
'Trhe dispatch concluills:
"Tht enlritiref |nlhiL , ve ri ti prv:i'l c
a&lntflllcitl (if ta it etnllupror are now oe


rtit-ici. hdy .J1weani-se gci Itarynt tic.
It 1- 4Pic.lahbci that the ,.tltecel
sowif ')I o p, I t he etnliecvror to s$121)


TO ARM JEWS IN RUSSIA.

American Hebrews Are Colle


itriciI


I SOMMM A A a2 % MOO mI


TIUJW3& ATTACKS SGVOUILME1


WOMAN IS KILLEwU ___- l* -
Loading Ne"gro shop Says This Is No
Piace foe His Race.
IN 'AUTO ACCIDENT CflCloN Nor. I17--A dlspabcb to thti
Tr run* tInlrv sci says.
Bishop Henry MI. nrnetr. the loIwlInv
Several Other Occupau-s of Car bishop In Lthe AIrr .%n~le't.otlret chtuv.
miade an impassioned attack iipon Xe,,
Severely Injured. government and the U n 1ite i states sti.
pernnoc .mrt In his annital ad.lro tir )vae
MACHINE WAS TRAVELING FAST tiltlay to the Macon nirtferoriev
"I am not pleased with thin natI1n.'
The Accident We Cauesed by the fecried 111shev Turner No iwan .iatei
Breaking of the *"@ring Gear, and itti ti4) nm itethan I dt it e' tt I go
In nay my prayers, I have a strniltzit to
the Chauffeur Could Not Control the get to the place wtlere I am wl:'2ti for
Machine-Women Pinned Under Car. (;od to allow the United1t 4tvic- 3t4
prone court to have a part Iti tnm
New York, Noy. fl.- I: S Francs prayer. That 1r1nniahpIe In-ititt tIon
Sut,, r& u I'Ol.U vi*le of 10iOfC.eel .Ilnikti' n A s r$f' ed I Ie nri* ne eof cvi~r% vi' '11
ztio lIeuteunt ptvcfor i lc Nbw lura kof buman or mathoodis r, *''.
e4 the labt glectioa, rrwas- CLniost .1 n n who etwitlixe that txdy wayv ge
stantly killed In an *U~etwn%:,ihD a tl- to bfeVeb tite helt waky theY call fill'
,It U: Loda3 on L4ong ifilaIld It Is lltt'e help 001 %%!1',Erant tiar,%
Mrs. s I). CD. t1t, of Sit', 12: !i e. riqitet t that I make.
wto o as :i ith Mra. IHaii.eli rietdiv. "The negr will not t) suvih I
tA Inatit unl Injuries. thit c )tiittI 3 lillt it ai i M ttItlon II*' I ti.
Mr.~.. llarri.eu eait a fern., i:% how4 his niateti *uI)ofeb A
4y ( -ekovr.andstil 1111111t Itle a g't.c t ,,iit #,It l 1!
Mi r. K.1' I'eitt oof-San I C it : it nv a ( ned it I e reo.itvi (4 1lift, i 1\ i
it ( To tit. re ln II~
a i'';e.T i, Ulln Intt n als 'III1' it l o
Sc t 1, tiffe~ilng froin at a I, i1 lti-ohop Tit-irr ,itifl r it h't011- t
NiT llrih in was IL !ii ,Itr itt rRignintiiie wf ov c'l.t' i eene.
:a i .i Pc s F'.Croo(k or, of S.a i. i i ,A 11te e o r h 1, \%r IIi! st t ti (1 4 1, .(. I, t II
%ii.e occitit tit wis dll t u i t t k) itill likteh ne1 trc elo U. o It Mr 'lle t i Ii
1114 Kc'4r i l W!"11 the11 *1]e 1C t!'e't iri I cm on noi ti 'e I t; I
ta high epq~e,,,I Sn' r-to t:
l~e iitifeit(0U IJ114 i, ', cc (lti'e, thuin

SAILORS HAVE 14ARRUW ESCAPE
- iel. to '.1i It-, imit.ece a i4hitc ii
i,- it kin tIhe llavenivint
I the -l umit pill. 1. Were Shipwrecked on S- u. i'sandt
ranr Were Attacled b et


- i r; : ; I nI ft l-t 0c h e


caring


Money for This Purpose.
Niw YccrY, Notv 27 --Jatciil II fc.iicf
yeieit rdii -iwtii big c'hic'k fIer lice- it)
thi- .1(-N% Ihh !defeuvot a,-c w-l at Iion. RnIA t
Sidit org anti tie en which is collecvitIri
ritcy If) ar'nrm the.Jews In Hus"Is This
movet icent hah heretofore been oppeioe
by U,,etr I4JtilWu ou-rmIgliotnmists, 5d)i
tn Trilbune, but the Da Si ders be.
lieve that Mr. Senieff'a ooiwrlbutions
will le followed tby others from fJMlciC
who haie' ihui fair tpinfined the'me-nlvecer
nilty wit thc tacctr of the' ictasacr'


ditIoirli ? (-vlst;nlr in R(ii-eix %iuk re

A nut ,c VI l'ie ;el itt I e .tn t citr~, f h
eliice eric ~isa us? ;ng I ki-uaV t i'c~r~
rc':lv 'ac ) e Itc, a dI iied? i
!rcint.rS l N'i e iclaviie. Ini loondtiic
Ji NI SI.Iif, NI*l- airn 'e e Ye
n'- :v It' i%%"ILt 'JI'h- 1f'cc t -T he % weeerk
r,* -I to ot be# *s), is carr It J on
'pe *l : .. ''4 It %&A flol.,o ti:
'Ao nti-a Ieair ansl~wer b) t)feiaph
nri~, 'it. ef!aasor ;It. 'ro Kdifts
-#-ITf tel-Edraphiu again
t. r. r el rI ti o rc 4im fltrin l
g i ra reli-f -1ofeanel te,.hP4i
ne y e fee e C-er.iay Tre-.wax
reul p r''. I. lu rit'r (" r Iflcton If
11'. She" v te'.l of the woney rv
ccii i I I-o I 1 tie -na'.iou alcirtntaew Is
17A.c1144.-
STOLE ROOSEVELT"11 CHINA.

bargeben en Berlin. Germw'ttany,Pt
Stones i-, Chena Chest.
Near Vork. Ny yZvi--A iatcl lid
l.IRL111 cca) ne h 'a I from 114- rli n ay@
t.en pollm of Hunburg Nav. dtei-,ee
that tbiews bate'v e L aia-:ctn r ar.
shgmst of Dr l' le4" Cna alittc ha&,,
to havv bewn sint .r)t 1b 'ro-tleict Rraiiose
voft.not. nhbry Vlfwsp;W1 rseiaiIj m
c"Ut ywhIue "* h~na was ".stag"?S Pt.i
veyvd tia baito eefrittaM r(.l.esn i too11amb
bsrg. safit eeh@40g seshosillVetiIn c~ii

The plIc* :.'-a' It.lre In-. f 'ilomi.
cii.'. of ornesral !Argco trwu orptidmnel usti
alf U.6 "pi'as U libel otO a arl oft ti
cwasIslrmovt TLI."" 'cvro- 4cup-w'-c
with the Vpvictrps aif ,'.s-King ofVKaag
Isall and U4 MUM iewe and a l 40
ew"iio the o Iret'.;?'1 frkIi tie Kt'a
of Mrny
7e c alprt te.. Gsnofwd hes gl'd
(3tjy epanrs c 'Ic eein grooe-' bat.
bees Laed In art'afu tpou .J'cE th
Ebe. TheN it is.o' '.i*t it. ieciiC
mM'eor may be ua,'wee.

Ameflein feeatvee pranese' Money.
(wamm, Nov r. -4A rY're the
ft cam 0 ste. 01 a t lie
Ie~b pe e es r.. I an U.. Vee
issw e ua'rninssifts % 1" T e lo o
esma iaetsltamw if 'Le -e1u-rnM at
WMUW. aer4 t.r61 ag t%- 4t6
1 e m ley was io4-j,. !"r 'a 'ei'
mawwwww &aw sh ote AAe' ra a0 *
low. Wu Somhil. to M e91"ite s
mohw4 ou Sbo the SeNW F wft
I410 be 00 S e ftn .


' . I-le..10, i


RELIGIOUS rnfVICE8 I

EvingQlet6 iMn Pat'reo
Charge of Opera N
P'actr rire, N J N .N
I~ lA I'li l- it rif 'Ili Iti

i t i



it t' w a o I II
e r* R *b neaI,


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I oI-I ti l 'rin cit


"I) ~ it rlme' Vchl i; ilIe
T;e" ITEha l Ito S t ;
i~f 'hie.thr-nm c 'haf f
W1In1 til l a y 41eliat cM
fcttc mn'iii~ re-apt'


arrive ,l t i tec.,k ;.
v t S In Tite' ti6t1'1% !
di-c c1i tle R i
elI 'O r n4 )ci r f-i

lvy t'isc,msn ledl
InX Iiiubti has ho-sro r

Irt?.I'pil5'If' fo, tompta-


pem*rl fitm Tnh a
uweJ n lse )


iI IA1't.II
ricia cr.till, '. --P,, it P
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Houso.
i, w lg qI II t eo I I i ii ill 1 1 6.Ia
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'A it A lt i l l % I ib 1111 -1
till yl:46fil's



WAAfitI I'I' I IIl
et: 11 I eI !aIti
A) it% %%,


Pi p men teifli
lc)4rhllii MC


cs :10t hold ha.t
I-'l fur 611111i%

."iOiw ho I tif'
, 10- fahen 1.h


-. eurnicf of ito
irt. were, In
'44e.M~e Tbey



& nlo's .: '.IY
it ci tof in IDr
m'~'Sof !fIs-
I tin far h.Id

clo he'y$&'.I
lIn !he aove


Geets C~mmn. tee, ee
Rjhmoeld. Vl Sa. ,S (2 hu0,
lk on cvmmaluektier ag ,trp ee
NOrrWgl V55 twa 0c n 'and ve pdr'
end f theW Aril. .4iaip5 comm.
slowre of A'rtau." at thoe e'leaficre
t-'aIts In thois i T -t 7 bas hbal a
l of-rto 44 i' a''.' and oec thal
is e.5pe'",v o 7' ) osi- tcwjT.CO p?11';

eflopsded tgv In th Ico- a Awt PvVIv
WS1 ftmoft *na, ice ?,f ma, ; h.*[,
inosg at,


t, 5 (at!ra ;pi t r
of~r cw Ja&.aaee K.
t*gcA eat 4-

t*O.,iet f' *9 6 .-

ark-Le( C 4 '.Ir' Vis.
Sdine:. 'alec~ P'.'g


4-~r~ n IP4,1 1 1 -1 ftf ') Ilc
reicIt .' c4 I10'. P41t 1c a Ii n Ie' I f i


rI hr to their liW,10 III n. e' t iw
S tc(lay !hey we're' ;ieLke ii eiiby
thi traeIng rhiwuni.? Aea .inI tlkae-n ti
Plan ('lhrIxnccal heere s olee eelr&il
Iwrckehd Beamen a-t. o-, cl i


Ltachmmp of RatMfid Trestles,
Veasloglru one .14#v P7'Prbmtb Iae
ifthe rsttfli. trestle, of pose. i1w.
twoen JaVi nI" ,IOsoa iMll ftah,
1!rboatW 54 O fl'Cink thin ateorooIUSat t.10.
Wate .10vartmeint rho efmOMY will
to simple Ikrtp nBee rwill"Shp the.
0eausba on oft tlf at of104S Sad 4PAd j
Isleto T sbrs t on b~he" if Japan N'I
Ipe o heo c ll t be am 1%0o The
to be zabOMW & &wte boo mt o %ft)
facto" tor Nom etime. I1by st
b0otId Is p Vie E#@ed marieu ev4iv
624 the otle tof (t'A r.ep I, neclire.

#AI but tied with rVbAoe ot to oa*
OD & as (reOv*"


C49owtiai aInreyeg.
Assapisp Md. Nov 27 -'p.' ,,*fl I
Ow arqum Vs is Irmal Y Ce'?

I9 ceesla t*e4 08th #A tf
360M SI3Y*. I a aFwt
th e1t, mmtee ti fJsij t .f.'
inahwa The soof *-r. os:.
fovyod fro m '*tfte,?agry '"l es i ,'1' 1
bait t to n uiD, ri4 hpt r '.seN
me-se be tll Lm W.'t 'I:-.. '


of T M I~~yt,
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bow% e Stam7% .' 4 Lo '.


9a0% .Jearev a,*"&* ra d b y aww.t *w a% 9 CVF'41
A&4 (I"olwo, et' 1 --111"S &"t x vNImAs Of She e"" eI'am pot
400le h it* ris Ie b',WIw4 tue beI* be iwme be"" blY toeAW~
ls I U rrnC~j~kI I-


inel Ceg I

an-i cIra


POWERS WILL MAKE


A DEMONSTRATION


International Fleet Sails Un

der Staled Orders.

NO SIGNS OF AN UPRISING YET

The Powers Believe that the Sultan
of Turkey is Pottog Up a Huge
Bluff, and They Send Warship. to
Turkish Waters.
At hens. N 'mo Heit, uIU
11'6-t: IA. V:1.)1It at IF elPI t Is. I I cr
purp~uosf.iniian adg a navalci ibi*
HIou igyaluIsl Tar.l'y In uiealptb Cr! ( c
ede'tiatii4 iof tilt powers for lts ie flua
dat~l ceent1 rul of Ni fl evlolit rnalciO At
mmi i sidaylibe ) m ier so-aleit o relors
UrVIciQ timl Freiii l ca torlioUIai

c', vi t ll otalt Liwt 1kle.t

All Quiet at Constantinople.
01'e11t AW 0tilo-c,c. V1111 '414. hiagil~lah.

,rott .1 Ii teli.i re litc1, Atwilce''i tl pt eictt'0II-
III 'i h i list ic.tto kl ttieis uet, an Mel
l I 1 11 c)l to t I t te tort c's hide l'liiec
IcI Ict ftI Ii t t .iiiq aii I t111 11.i eI I

eie III iii, Is 1%1 e t W 4 iID1'ir:ect cI- 11ci tleiI
1_ c t.4. jilts 01 e ofl if' te l uim imirti& c ilm

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4~ i c i it 1 I. 1 4 t 11- (II el I % l 4e t p I f
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Germans Make Oenial.
Ilorlin, Niov .. "IT#r Ticlgj effirt
uetngnhatlr'm p .11 tie.*% t1.wj'PierktlyC. a,
littidolee iitt le. ,Ii i.e luat tll eii'tte'eea it)
far fi'mmi 'lil-A 1,itrig ''itit, WI* 4A41solcact
the sultan I* 1'cia 1 avicry at ()or
Many tbCerlCa ti ootir"gi .fflc.e has to
twelp'lly 16,1% :,0,1 Moll If) of 4-01A Is*r 1
past 'dly I rl:cl ''I te tt ic) *c(el t a


Old Hichory Inn 1roryod.
wrc t. I irictv- N ij N. 27v 3 .-The
1911 11-t l Ievc ;rim whi'i Thseeprilu
h.ece civ I ll-'not ly via e el w1,en It
was t iall a toIuciev *it e'tfruyu. try
are yal'Ma-losom the bildke
6 .4 -c1 4n, the t.I1ft fvutsmany
c cifrr 4. lor in ldltksso Thu
heeaf a Cc i fo si t'6ee ago bt
Mrs V 4 R w.uewlt as Lsmt of
'he proI I tI e iiieeg9 51Ip
eovate I1b %t 4t'ie e an,1 oat, li Iii
1Fet oo 44 Fhn *t 1 I flowth
Soo Now J&rsey ? ?' t c% e it hl,

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weitbA kei 5iILJe ear ~ r i


Newhirigo. Mat V 7rtno t ad,

stv'Ia'lq 3o the fo.,rleg peer haw-

u'rm1e. fva'emer .. A $r, Iot ie.
weeiEetl, N A Mysueias. cero ibi I
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bqp, Eavfdm 0 I'.; IbkJ i V100
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CIRCUIT COURT

Many Cases 1 e Diapoted of
Monday by Nol Prosse.

SAVED THi COUNTY EXPENSE


These Came Were for Doing Business
Witheot a License, and Upon Pay-
mtebt of Costs in Each Case-One
Murder Case Nol Prossed.
..oecircuit court convened for the
16'qid week at 9 o'clock Monday morn-
,.i, His Honor Jndge Wills presiding.
S The sheriff returned the venire of
jurors summoned, and the following
S jury was sworn and empanelled for the
week:
J. W. English, J. V. Fraliok, G. D.
Bethes, J. L. Chesser, C. C. Fletcher,
W. W. Avers, J. M, Mason, Alex
Howe, J. A. MoKinstry, Alex, Avers.
E. Baird and D. A. Robertsou.
A large number of parties were ar-
raigned upon a charge of doing busi-
ames without a license, but were nol
prossed upon payment of the cost4,
those saving the time and expense of
s yting these asses before the court.
Sn the ease of the State vs. Chas.
Wlkler, charged with murder, case uol
proved for good and sufficient cause.
The following cases came before the
court:
State vs. James Henry, murder.
Prisoner was brought into open court,
arraigned and pleaded not guilty.
State vs. Dorsey Holmos, selling liq-
or in a dry county, Prisoner arraign.
r ed aAd pleaded not guilty. Jury sworn
and oase went to trial. Verdict return-
ed of guilty.
State vs. Charley Roberts, selling
liquor In a dry county, two'counts.
Prisoner arraigned and pleaded not
guilty. Jury sworn and ease tried,
with verdict of guilty In both counts.
S8stae vs. Julius Washington, selling
liquor In adry county. Prisoner ar.
reigned and pleaded not guilty. Jury
sworn and ease went to trial, but after
part of tho evidence was taken ease
Sol pressd, as is was seen there was
aot suffelent evidence to convict the
defenadast,
Theonegro, James Henry, charged
with murder, is represented by able
eouesel, EZ*Lleoteusns James H. Till-
maa of dgefleld, 8. C., and Attorney
Roberts Davis of this city having
- bees e employed to defend him.
There belag no further business be-
fore he court, as adjournment was or-
dered antll 9 o'clock Tuesday morn-

V From present Indications the court
will coatilae until the latter part of
anet week, as a large number of ases
are yet to be disposed of.

DEATH OF AGED LADY.
Mrs. Maria Parrish Passed Away at Her
Home Near Hague Sunday.
Mrs. Maria Parrish, mother of P. A.
Parrish, died at her home near Hague
Sunday of old age.
In the death of this noble character
Alashus county hnes probably its most
agd resident. t8e was nearly a oen.
tury old, and has lived la Alachus
county for half a eentalo. One inter*
ating feature of her life was the feet
that she was a school girl about four.
teen year of age In Augusta, (a.,
when generall LaFaiytte, the famous
French general, paid his last visit to
the United States, and was present at
the reception tendered that distil-
guished soldtdl and stateoms n la
Aogusta, Ga., also witneming the nail.
Itary parade upon that onecaion. This
was is the year IM26, and she remema.
bred the incident distinctly up to the
time of her death.
The deceased was a devout Chril-
tlia, a member of the Basjtet church h
She wu buried in the Hatchet Creek
oemltery Monday afternou., and the
funeral wa0 largely attended.
The Sun ertsode sympathy to the
bereaved relatives.
Funeral of Carl Bruton.
The funeral of Carl iruion. the
yooni mia who died saturday. was
held frvm the rhsidence. $outhweet
(alaviile,. as loo'dlook Sunday morn.
lag, 1ev 2. l Koger of the First


BapSst 'borch oieiatlest The inter.
msts wa in Evergreea cemetery. and
a lrrg member of sorrowins frirtbd
seampemed the rrtuas to their last

STo Ore a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMNO yiAuini
Tablese Desat refuod m-eay t t
fal ito o re. 3. W Grov've 's atre
w edach bo. ls.


HEAD SOLID SORE


Awful Suffrin lobf 7II.





CURED BY CUTICURA

Skin Fair asrLi S
to Rmoa iAwfol Sre
Writto lMotir.


"1 herewithwrite out in fall the be.
ginning and end of that terrible disease
eczema," says Mrs. Wm. Ryer, B1k
River, Minn., "which caused my babe
untold suffering and myself many
sleepless nights. My babe was on
seemingly a fair, healthy child, but
when she was three weeks old a swell-
ing appeared on the back of her head,
and in course of time broke. It did
not heal but grew worse, and the sore
spread from the size of a dime to that
of a dollar. I used all kinds of reme-
dies that I ouold think of, but nothing
seemed to help; in fact, it grew worse.
Her hair fell out where the so was,
and I feared it would neer grow again.
It continued until my agd father ame
on a viht, ad when he saw the baby
he told me to get Cuticura Soap and
Ointment right away.
"To please him I did so, and to my
surprise by their use thesore begaa to
heal the hair grew over t, and
to-day she has a nice head of hair, her
skin is as fair as lily, and she has no
scar left to recall that awful sore, and
it is over eight months and no sign of
its returning."

CURE PERMANENT
"Your letter of the 19th inst. re-
ceived. asking in regard to the cure of
my baby some six years ago. Well,
the disease has never returned to her
head which at that. time was a solid
soreon top aad down the back."
xu. WV. Rvxa, Elk River, Minn.
Peb. as, 9o3*




A BUSINE88 CHANGE.
Vnabli & Swearingen, Naval Stores
Operators, Have Dissolved.
There has occurred a change in the
bosoiness of Venable Swearingeo,.
manfaetur er olumer nd naval
stores, Kanapaba, Mr. Swearing
having purchased the laterests of Mr.
Venable.
This firm has been e*naged In bosil
nas for the post year, during which
time they have been very suacesful.
Their poesenoles eomprise a large
trast of timber, a modern sawmill and
a naval storn plant.
Mr. Bwearingea will continue the
business, while Mr. Venable will go to
Sampson City, where he is engared in
the naval store buaness with W. J.
Jones
Neuralgia Pains.
Rheumatisn,' lumbago and seiatei
pains yield to the penetrating lando
onee of Ballard's Snow Lialment. It
penetrates to the aere and bone,
and being absorbed lato the blood Its
healiUg properties are eooveyed to er.
ery part of the body, and elet some
wonderful ourm. Me, 0 and s1. Sold
by W. M. Johnso.
Strobar Home Sold.
The elegaat 8trobher home oea ass
Church tret has been sol, R. B.
Livianlon boxing the perebasmr. This
home is one of theB hadeomet aod
most modern in th elty, and Is most
dasirably located. Friends of Mr. Liv-
inetoe are oagratllatiag him upon
his new posse.ion. It is aderstood
that Mr. LivlnLgton sad fmlly will
ooeopy the promise la a short time.
if me Baby is Outt in Tae'


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solve a fratrual weloome
N. O Aa. JR C I
J. A. Rosaasvmou K. K f ut S
A Disasbre Cealamity.


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Be .re sa sa oe that old and well- a lo a Imumuelt e as ly wn y
tried reed Mrs. Winslow's ooth. lo our health, eo ind.rstion
tag Syrup, for ehildrru thing. I s a patn .ba capped t away
aalkrslu Il' a. rna dNo m d- .e y ei is hbuil ity'ur
allays all paia. urs wied sellevews a ac .
the best remedy for dianbero. Tw.- dMalees eileA ei eipation. etc.
,y-ve* esele a bestle. Goamueed t asll drg toges; afe.

Seeaso Parl&or Care. A t, sedw MP It Is the bMt:
The Seabased Air ULne operate bof- a P sew nat e i@tti-
fet parte im s between Waldo and I Ma
Tamps em el tra leta Wate that _
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Gfteetwel -be"ng asamel o U ts-PFaan


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&fGiiN ROWERS.
Call For a General Organization In All
Cotton States.
The m Island cotton growers of
Georpia ad Florida met in convention
at Valdes, Ga., or November 28rd,
and portes4d a permanent organisa-
tlesaA h of tae Southera Cot-
tea GO i0-.Ascciation.
In order to thoroughly perfect dis-
trie and county organizations of grow-
,er of Sea Island cotton it urged
'sat lioal meetings be held in each of
the militia districts in Georgia and
voting presinota in Florida on the first
Saturday in December, for the pur-
pose of electing from two to five dele-
gates in eachdistrict or precinct to at-
tend the eonmty meetings to be held at
all eoupty eats or other convenient
place In said county, on the second
8 turday in December for the purpose
of perfeetinfooonty organizations.
It Is highly important that these
meetings be held as called for, In or-
der that the Sea Ilaod Cotton Asso-
elation may be fully perfected at the
earliest possible date.
All eoanty organizations that are
perfected on the second Saturday in
December should promptly notify F.
G. Sehell, Secretary Sea Island Cotton
Growers' Asipiation, Lake Butler,
Fla.,wiltb folist of officers elected
and the names and postoffice addresses
of all members enrolled.
Consuttutions, by-laws and other lit-
eraturewil be furnished upon appli-
cation to secretary or president of the
association. H AVEY JORDAN,
President, Atlanta, Ga.
F. G. CHELL,
Secretary, Lake Butler, Fla., Sea
Island Cotton Association.
MAKING IMPROVEMENTS.
Colson & Gay Building New Houses on
Their Micanopy Place.
Colson & Gay, who recently porchas-
ed the naval stores business of F: 6.
Osteen at Micanopy. are spending
considerable money in improving the
place, and have already constrouted
ten neat and substantial houses to be
occupied by employee. They propose
to make the place one of the most at-
tractive and up-to-date of its kind in
the State and will work to that end.
Best Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin. Superintendent
City Waterworks, Shulliborg, Wi ,
writes: "I have tried many kinds of
liniments, but I have never received
much benefit ontil I used Ballard's
Snow Liniment for rheumatism and
palos. I think it the best liniment on
earth." 2o,50osand$1. Sold by W.
W. Johnson.
Spoke In Ocala.
Christopher Matheson left Monday
for Ooala, where he was invited to de-
liver an address at the temperance
rally Monday night. The wet or dry
eamlpign closed in Marion county
with this meeting, and the election
will be pulled off today. Both sides
are elaimlnn victory, but it is esti.
mated that the vote will be very close
either way


CASTOR IA
1n iahat 0 n OnA ldcp t
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Attention. K. of P.
The regular weekly meeting of
Moat Vernon Lodge No. ,). Knights
of Pythlas. will beheld in the castle
hall, over Duttoa's bank, this evening
at 7:80 o'cloek. There will be work in
the rank of Kaight. A full attendance
delred and vieliting brother will re


I I THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO, c
I I BSTABISHAD 18ft.


The question
of Title the
first oonsid-
eration for
the investor.


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

SPECIALTIES: Abstracts of itleUs Tax Sale Searches;
Apagts ftr RNeddeat Land Owners; Plats of Counties,
Towns Etc.

References First National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
Dotton & Co., Bankers.


ibtablake~b a 1878


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BNKCELK F.IRS.


Do aea eaerwa bwa bua. bM. buy l l U rPto a sad Dommss ntMa *e
The roeees of bW be. em6 reoorom, alum irms usd oMtbors
resoedo s favorae term Spe ll fselle So m0 esflim or 1W


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Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OP FLORIDA.

Time Table in feet SSptmber 4, 106.
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Ito. .
Daily


No. t.


STATIONS.


m..l.me No. 2
DaIf. I Dan.


Lv PM LTvA MjlAi. PM'AI PM
a 00 ....... .. ........ ::arse ...... .. 2 S
a 10 ......... .2. .3rvln..... ... -
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lak laimentes.. ...... 0
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4 0 .... .. .. mlli arlI 140.... ,,..
4 10 ISO
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4OO v30 SO ... ISO
( 00I 110

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CATAiiE
OF wm'EMI
very Catarrh sufferer dreads the of cold wetathi. t the first
cold breatloof the season this p ofi ter is t faned Ih with all
its miserateA symptoms. The oi art oppl up, and ausptt drop-
ping of mcum back into the throat ceps. a qogtisarnl l.tlmd spit-
ting, the patient has dull headaches, tAnging noi es I the i eai a half
sick, de reed feeling all th4 time. Wy i IMi'gllll e of the
body becomes inflamed, and secretes an unheaItL matter whit is absorbed
into the blood and distributed to all parts of the body, and tbe disease be-
comes constitutional. The catarrhal poison brings on stomach troubles,
affects She Kidneys and Bladder, attacks the sqft bones of thb throat and
head and if not checked leads to Consamption. diaeue deep-seated
and dangerous cannot be washed out, neither n it be smoked away.
Sprays, washes, inhalations, etc., are useless, beaifte they only reach the
membranes and tissues, while the real cause of the'isease is in the blood.
S. S. S. cures Catarrh because it attacks it through the blood; it goes into
the circulation and drives out all unhealthy accumulations and catarrhal
matter, and when this is done every part of the system receives a supply of
rich, pure blood. Then the inflamed menm-
branes and tissues heal, all discharge ceases,
the depressed feeling of the body is relieved, and
every symptom passes away. S. S. S. goes to
9 the very root of the trouble, and by purifying
PURELY VEGETABLE. and enriching the blood and building up tht
entire system, cures Catarrh permanently. It
you have Catarrh do not waste time with local remedies, but begin S. S. S.
and write for our book and any medical advice without charge. 6
TOE8 WIT 9 SPM IO CO., ATLANTA, GA.




ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
(Inxoorpor ted1
E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
Abstracts of Title and full information furnished regarding lands i thr
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty year and
rs thoroughly conversant with land titles.


E. E. V OYT LE.
FIRE. ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. }, :;
sending a number of prominent American and English eompaniee
REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILL, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 28, 1905


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WS OF C AY TE
COU D T C DunSED

V. Duke ha Rone to Dunnellon on


Some
J. Hick eof Walld" was among the Sm
SrstoGiipu.ev'le y.*,trday, a d,


herea sled and renewed the sub-
ion of oe f our old,time-honored
ribers, P. W. W. Bparkman, of
place.
rge 0. Snowden of Orange
hts was in the city yesterday. He
accompanied by his brother*, W.
wdn of Mioanopy acd J. M.
den d Plant City, who were en
to their respective homes from a
to Orange Heights.
e Atlantic Coast Line offers a rate,
seville to Tampa and return, ae-
as Florida State Fair, of $1.75, tick-
onsale from thel18th, good to re-
after the fair. Train leave
InetlUle at 13:15 p. m., dally. See
A. Goodwin, ticket agent, for par.
olars.
lfter several days spent in this city,
Wa. Wi. Holloway, State Boper-
lnendetof Public Instroetion, left
terday for Tallahassee. Prof. Hol-
ay claims Gaineaville as his home,
has hundredsof friends and sup-
rters in this section, as has been
Demonstrated on various occasions.
I:,We are in a position to furnish first-
elssI bean, cake and lettuce hampers.
-Ilso eabbage and eanatloupe rates
promptly at reasonable prices, and
arantee prompt shipment on all
-sontracts. Ship on either A. C. L. or
8. A. L. railroads. Williston Manu-
facturing Co, Williston, Fla. dawtf.
A. V. Ellis of Bland was a visitor to
GaOnesville yesterday and called to or-
Ader The Son continuedto his address
for another year. Mrl Ellis formerly
called Banta Fe his home, but it being
more convenient for him to receive his
mail from the Bland postoffice, has
adopted the name of that place as his
base of operations.
B. B. Hopson has returned to this
city after pending a few days in Fort
White and vicinity in thr interests of
the Georgia Life Insuranee Company,
.of which he is district manager. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Hopson, who
tI now making her home at High
8prings. Her numerous friends here
are delighted to see her again.
C. A. W. Thomas of the Singer Sew-
Iag Machine Company has returned
from points in the West End, whire
he has been in the interests of his em-
ployers. Friends of Mr. Thomas will
sympathize with him in the lose of his
.hore, *Billy," which expired at Wil.
leford Friday night. Billy" was
twelve year of age. and has been a
faithful animal.


W. J. Jones of Sampson City, mem-
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Thirt
liver oi
tient's
it and
doctors
taken
eouldb
beneflc
greater
eril re
We a
one kn
tbis ver
liver o
treated
of cod
fresh ec
eess it i
and it i
fresh of
Vinol
like ol
emaolic
healing
hot do
ed with
Many
Gainesr
use. an
try Vin
money
red blo
stomse
renewed
down. t
chronic
chitis.


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h troubles, give strength and
d vitality to the aged. run.
tired and debilitated, or cure
colds, hacking coughs or bron-
W. M. Johnson. Druggist.


day to hear a ermon from their for-
mer pastor, Rev. E. W. Way. who is
now located at Dalton, (is. Mr. Way
demonstrated the fact he has lost none
of that forceful eloquenlce he possessed
here and his discoorse wae full of in-
teret from beginning to eid, Hie ex-
peet to return to his home today.
Mr and Mrs. I.. I. Sandtorn an1
daughter, Miss Helen, arrived in the
city Sunday from their summer home
at Appleton, Wis., accompanied by
Mrs. Mary Sweelzer and Mrs F. E.
Renner and son, Elmer. They were
d-layed by an accident on the Southern
in iieorgia, but their train war not in
it. The latter three of the party ex.
pest to spend the winter here. The
Sandborns are pleased to let back
again, and report pretty cold weather
in Wisconsin.
The sermons of I)r. r4trouse at Kov.
anaugh Metholist Chureh on Sonday
morning and evening were both wvry
tinf and impresolve In the morning
.re preached to children stil parents
our ,f the best ,srmons we ever heard


er of the irm of enable & JI one,
anfeatrt of daval store, s he l'Religious Training of Chil.
r Ib reni The even'ns discourse was
rItssttln bsie in* this city_ Ue- It


terday. This Brm owns 80,000 Ares of
fnely timbered land in the vicinity of
Sampeos City. They now have se*en.
seeo "crops," or 170,000 oxe, but ex-
pect to c twenty more within the
Dnet few months.
The congregation of the Finst Pr*-
bserian Church were delighted o0n.


"kiw* his ter
TimWI. Ilr I Su vt
Now TI Fte Out.
Fill a bottle omr comunn glo with young
water ad let it stand twenty-four hour ;
a seilnmentor t-
th ngita clkatmau
nbherlthy ann.
: ition of the lk s-
ne. -. if it tliLns
viAltrec of ki..
*) tr, ruhlr ; t,
f reen desire
t, rpa it or ain
4 ip the haL is
also cofnveuraw pro that the kinetys
ansl bladcr are atla 'order.
There is comfort to the knowledge
ten e mzlrse, that I Kilaer's
s wsmnp-I5. the great LkYlnev rfed
tflflls ey W r'itwtrberautlem.
pa inhe b k. kidy. liver. Mablaer
ad rVery pait no the unnrury puee.
It rarutets natility to bM *ifat
sd scalttlkg s i pira u tt. or bed
dects ftlwsang am d Ieqor. Wm or
brw. sad ovrcOlMs tiehat MMi sO-
om-ty f d etqr pelle to go uter
darting tlte da, IAd to rt up M
Htt M t i-. i: tM Th. qWM,
is-- tm e It Ia the btest
r its wedeirl owrs df the ls a

thaeta bty M t al
in di Al mmse
ag h A-,bushm s .
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Ilo11 II IIT T : Iome iJ t u Ureason
tItogether Thlrr were large eoasgr.
gations at both errVicrf. Dr. Strouns
will preach every night this wlk at
7:.) o'clock and in the afternoon at b
o'clock. All are invited to attend.
SluIglrsh Liver a Foe to Ambiton.
Yon cannot aemomplish very mteh
if your liver is inultive. as yon feel
dull, your eyes ar, heavy and alight
exertion elhausts you. Oriao Laaa.
tiLe Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver
and b3wels and make you feel bright
and active. )rinu Laxative Fruit
81yr does not nausatle or grips sad
very pieasat to sake. Orio ie mere
eeilve than pills or ordinary elher.
iem. Refose uttitotrle, J. W. XrI
Colllm & Co
Death of Walter A. Davis.
Friteds i thi esity of Walter M D a
vie will regrel to lear of the dea.ef (
his el*ven-.ear-old son. Waller Aeker.
mae Davis, whwh ueerrred at the
home of his pereate. Jarkworille, Sat.
urday The death was a partiwlatrl
a oae, soees the little fellow fell a
victim of the bi teu a med des. ad
died trom bdrus'phbi. T feserl
we bM Sud4ay ) r tese useed **a.
*sre sympaly I' the be*eaed pa.

"t Thank Lr
Cried Hlasab PIast of Litt le hh,
Ar., "'ir the 1 plbf I pi fl te Mws .
he'* Antei mal.N It e ed my lafl
valsnme'. w kheh 8A&is se ow Md
heMl, II from whr I hal IM Ie
00 1m ." Jams.s mu**-Mss,
- Ofar d sd na9 Fi or I*

We ha.e a smner apse pi
'Osl INes.y ySe es -t

M a b ns ise v uO
n..a asaaa anm saaia


A Live


Wire
Every nerve .i, 1 I c wir
connecting Somei p i1?t (if tlhe
bodIyv with the -:id hucart
sO numeotOus thdt 1', 'it'rite-
trate the skin w'Ii i, pIItt i f
a flcclle v oi will t II ; I I 'tici
alld receiVe a &b., 1.i'n It i.
called. Achesl all,!' ,i %come
froml a prms~urv, inr ini-
Juryt) atoaiicrve: th moritrcproti-
incit the nerve iiw i~tcaicr tio.

from a Iar-e ner c, it 1, 4 cllti
Neuralgia
%-hc thtc it It,, i li I l if icrvicrs,
or the hatr:. ciat lrq*
or other 4rflIflcfl! TWI* 0

vollmti~ rq't !n i.' i~
D r. M ile-, -I a m 1',:,i1,,
this.
"I muffccd I l
".'.I rnltraliz i a.t 1 1 in t I r
1 btli I ti.'. .jr 'Iif \ 1.
A iil PJolm aI W ;I -*" 411411 film lw~
gInII-d tli f 51a l I %.!
ti.I'" 'I I14 .. full fl n n .r Y'
jolk V.' at~ I II N
Dr. MIIes Ant; PainPIlls aft e solby
yew, wrdir' wo-o will quaaramAs o ti
VWe A1.6 picksoo will bomel. t.It I
fall, he will r@l& Sl O 001600
as deem A S 0" II= OLt-.
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Ex-Lieutenant TlHiman of South Caro-

AND THE NEW line Here Attnding Court.
Among the prominent viitot' to
Oainreviile this week i tf Hi .T me-
Important Facts Wh;ch May H. filln an oif Edgfield. '< a .ii i
Prove Helpful. here fr the purpose f 'lliill
James Henry, charged nih iiiurder.
y years ago old.faihioned cod He is accompanlelby hi- hriint little
l had to he forced dogn a pa- nlphew, George Tillmari lIt 1*'vy.
throat. Invalids couldn't take Few wmen in the Palmetto s :te are
children wouldn't. But the more widely knuAwn or Iilore' pupilar
Spresoribed it, and it had to be than James H Tillmnat, ul,' ha had
by fore. Yet when enough the honor of serving his pt,'ople iIn lie
e taken into the esytem it was high position o(f ieuteunait-igtvernior.
ial, for It has ever been the He is a gentleman poset-'td of that
t of all tissue builders and gen. hospitable louiherm nature which ti
constrttorn known to medielin. bound to make friends aly where and
re now anxious to have every- any time. He a regarded a one of tho.
ow that Viro is a new form of ablest lawyers in his itate, and speaks
ry old and valuable remedy, cod in a most interesting Iantinr.
il. It contains in a o nen. Col. Tillman paid Gamei-ll e a v at
form all the medicinal elelient in the spring, upon which occasion lie
liver oil actually taken imm made many friends. "I think Gaines-
Jd' livers, but by a new pro- ville is one of the prettl.-st towns I
is made without oil or grease. have ever seen," he remarked in the
sas delicious to the taste as a lobby of the Brown HouLin to a party f
range, friends Monday night. "I ro much ad-
I does not upset the stomaeh mire your broad, beautiful avenue
d-fashioned cod liver oil and and stress, and your irand, stately
one. Its strtngthening and old oaks. some of which must have
: properties are remarkable, and been here for ags. 1 note, also, a bigl
mtors and patients are delight- improvement in the tuildiugt up of
its action, your town, whleh alone i, ample evi.
wonderful cures right here in denoe of the thrift and energy of your
ille have been effected by its people."
d we ask all of our customers to Col. Tillman has nasociated with
ol on our guarantee to return him in the ease referred t, Attorney
every time it fails to make rich, Robert E. Davis of thih ely andll it's
od, increase the appetite, cure needless to add that it i a io'd team.


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Verea Other Treatment and He v
6i0l, WITHOUT ANY OUAWAN.
TI WHAT G W. HYDE.
Nonthere onernl b oeks Itse pr .. .pes
siot with llseh ,"Wklidea"s oulrwIe
"go*** born of a,)- kowledge t6Wt it
FAILS T li e". se oG. S. MERCHANT & CO ,
FAlLA TO Ii'!.r In%1 1I 1 the wor, tmleon d u Jl to- l
sem of female : to0der. We stand
up" ie peast we'r ,. so 11sd with be@.
eeslarenslthat w ere asm Is our
s""I' "@Se" Stap b and Fancy Broc rms,
year si e asi. rIF. P. 0oe"t" *'*ft M
MFetaste and a|, re Ire l iq*s r
tkal, Carde eed mid FerIUnws
s ay L te reali0 atona ItMOUTHI DI QI7AX. ', i OAlE8VILLI. LOVWlDA
-er wh es, ga. is t.6 of bw w de. High -m arlte pro*e p i for OlChis Ke aMd mother Pfd ..
refrd seIatrsti. i-ngIy pie
sa Is fIs efvry mestDmMi W e di A pll*w IW h t hay. Com, us, FI r, ras. Mwl, lr 4 MIad
MeT f messises t.e e $e i her to ia t Wie. handle k vir mfeT & 6 I& LOW.
ITry is * i s. -. Ta .......

Th go**eseMVdIf. MAX KRAUS.,
*I tor lo the s" es"ee a femet a .,
SP.8 -- l DORADO C.AE ..... W lL & CO.
a* wqsg who btr is -s as W se b|e 040P I4 0e
soyi a a W aOL & I 1 a FS..
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I immediately commenced to Improve; and
now I feel like a new woman, and wish to
recommend it to all sick women, for I
WRI* know It will cure them, as It did me."'
uS Cardul is pure, medicinal extract of
I RI y vegetable herbs, which relieves
ad *Ihy, Pdcr, female pains, regulates female
,r yrptuj,. we. l functlons,tonesuptheorgans
r-iliar cmue t and stv
ie fr a( (In p(ln ( ea to a proper state of health.
p). Do't brsat, bt Try it for your trouble.
.t;tomd. Mdr u A~ o
Dept. The Chatts.gat masit It.

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A man will sqiSader S t reat ,i his guala 'jlly. gIvinIla fair Idea of s he l 0 O 1ATEB3VII .
friends i a sal,on and then tgo home |ew rea of Ointment for atrrh That n
and iold wife for t t .iuyu te' baby Coy tn o or h Th THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA 00
a pair (f 94-ocnt shoes at a tar ur. r
ale -'h o New A merry will surely des troy h "" Capital ... .. .......... # 0,000
senr of smenll and completelyy deraangoe ass WrNs s
The life nuran,. companies late a th whole h ue m whe. sateringIs Ftl S surplus and Undivided Profits... so,000 00
The le putullhfint for oft tre c. hte t hr ugh the meeou serf Oh a r. a a ba se
lerve~ lu.hs hie.ti hoer 'fotrll b O h < ticle should never be rnedeasep oa s mab Neeeums r maSUe. CeWlrseas.0es . ie afW
ert la lar, a. ubrtl, i -rpl tons from reputable phy se- A1 ViR AD e W rIO U
thoandl du'yt hurt er meh sver ans. as th. damage they will do s toea I *iAU TT
fold tou bhe od you ean peasbly de- .


Manr from them. ill's Om atn Ou*A.
oris have a wry bad molltoli sof other "lO. i.l drb4T ao O uiy. e
2o I::... t 0, V. ,f 1-: IS O*mo m ;u
sttribetas. It does nsot follow that bew ts takn ieWrau r lly. seuag 4dtee
esaos a pereo esa remeambr well thal u(po the blooI ad **BOIeeferts
he is ove-stoeed imlsll.elually 'he *yase. Is belaHl i Hlir Oan
-... U be s.oe I l ei too. It
-----isr taken Iasernll 41 MW l a Two.
A law thatl make it difleull for a do. OAio. by F. es Ai Co. Tue
ablu t obtadta e that he is with. tamoniate fiec.
out the" *f f *P n of the lim n te*d by d a. r I" rM6.
Ieps a little He will b some ntaTg ake* all% FUamDy Pi arls'i.
to eat so his family wI fa be o i peis.


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SSAILY ALACHUA AT THE FAIR. extentof that industry. The Gaines-
e Ulle Narseris, represeered by Mr. .. .
S u n Hal P. Denton, in The Tampa Tri- Grave, ts president, ba a dozen or
bune, pays the following compliment more poeas trees in bud.
ieaat ?4.MGainetle.Flas., to Alachna county's exhibit at the "Ailahbnaounty produces a great
TWinQi s mil wastter. State Fair: rmoont of fertilizers and the Standard
S Mc r "o ()nf of the substantial, as well as Fertilizer Company, of which Boneh
Atf!. ,-,....JE-tt0r an Pu'IsLtr one (,f the most attractive exhibits at & Wood itr proprietors, his an ezx
O'W,. W. A .... . wAene FltrFir, th A 1ta'e Fair i-4 that made by the en-' ellent exhibit of this material, which
... terr-,rie ctizi-no of Alachoa county. is always in demand by progressive
J""AILnZ .3e rZ........ ';:tv 1 tor. 1Hy rTeason o f geogriphiela position farmers.
A.l... Jachus ch anty comes within the cot- "One part of the booth is devoted to
rIA -5J. BI3 BY.t ';e,' nI .Ubl.o Aeb.er, t. ondi ~:rietoft:eSouth. The exhib- display of hay, crab grasi, velvet
itr int ottnn ara among the best in the beans and fodder, hay, rice, oats in
7.~k'rItwt T ..... ut. C(orn.; rojooi ,e, Ir at irduotrial ball, arid will unques- sheaf, rye, corn In the ear and other
tiO.riably receive due recognition in the similar product that are essential to
OFFIcF: awswn Irn.ofCpz.
eW.inawstreet, ard Sn4 of rrizes. the feeding of stock.
ilW. MDAi SUr.. -'- "A practical demon ,ration rf the "Major John W. Tench is the corn- PERMANENTLY CURES
Tet ILMonda, d wU.lMondal, ttavcr&e ad in'rrr in the utyor bwo ttITN Y COM8 REMEDYnOi WI*
mailed to itiy prt of 1it I,, it d siltre, postage booth. An engine fIruishes the power was here in the early part of the Fair A rM 0OGN COOA ANOIARO M S
ftr, for ,a )yeRra, f.. ..x I;oiiths; s l three for the operation of aeotton gin. Gin- and worked early and late in get ting i fobI O D AN o UP
months; or o, c int. fr h'- wet.k--.tr-ctly in ti t1g ea Idtad cotton as it should be the prodoets of his county in shape for DO NOT DELAY
advance. done is no easy task and not as simple exhibition. He has been ably asniated the drain on your system produces permanent disability. The man
Reading w t'o Iln l oin.luiln (u cent% a line ii people generally suppose. To gin by Hon. C. C Pedrick, Mr. aGrves, machinery is aswonderfu system of tubesand cell. To have goo
forw rAt irier iot ,anll. A (tlt for eachadditional ctton clean and have it sample well Mhr. Buneb, Mr. Carter and other it must be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of no impor
usertlion. is to have the work done on a machine from the county who are attending the yet I it was known b it's proper name of "throat Inflamn tln,"
Rate' for d CiAly .advrtiing a ade known on tat in s nearly perfect as poible. great exposition. Mr.Tah ras um- oftlehlen of tihe lungs k dangerous character would be ape
app--ti ona d lit n Earcold makes its appearance use at once YUala s Elmo
"h 'i,. The machine that is on exhibition moned to Gainesville yesterday morn- Ie 11rai which wilTl spdil overcome it
The Twice4.,-Wek Sunl is an right-page, forty- t the Fair is the result of the mehan- in g a a witness in the famous She- WHO COUOH and CROUP Require Prompt Acton. SNOW
column paper, published every l o day and icl enrius of a citizen of Gainesville, Holloway case which is being heard be- UNIMENT applied to the throt and chest gives wonderl r"l, while
huay, od contain ll the news of the J r Doig, who worked for years n f ore the court. During his absence the sl ISh r U Mt Y t T IL
week, local, State and g rentral, and will be Ifet c hi IS eHe ONYen eohibiRdMDYbothi in he dstrial WlL -STL
mailed, postage free, to any part of teanited fetching his inntion to peectlon both i charge of his estimable ELY CURE WHOOPINO COUH AND CROUP.
Statesor Canad, for I i, .a .r-in vance. The fact that this cotton gin, every wife, who is doing everything possi- BEST FOR CHILDREN
part of it, la manufactured in the city ble to make the visitors happy. of F
All advertising bills become due after fArt hMrs Mad Adams. Goldthwult, Tex.L wrtsm:-I"l have used Balard's
Allenc adverlis entit, o dun after ir of Gainesville, makes it of peculiar in- "There is one thing that the people orehound Syrup and fdi t the BEST medlne for group. coughs a1
tOprn. aco .,vntract.r.tc, n othnrwin to usterest to the people of Alachus county of Gainesville and Alachua county are iold My cr useltm wAldis pli as to take and pqukl.y ca.e
wll be required to pay for advertising in d- and the hundreds who have watched proud of and that is the water that is SAE AN SURE Thre Sims, 25c, SO, $ LO0
vace. Address, TP. I)ALY SUN, its operation, taken from the well knoon Boulware lThedldnM'sr avmtIe m eIvryBoulmeemated
AsLsvZLL..s, n A. n "The exhibits of cotton raised with. Springs. These springs supply the city Ilard Snow Liniment Co. St. Louis, N
- -in the borders of the county are made with water akd there is a demand for
OUR SPECIAL EDITION. by C. O. Williams, J. O, Dampier, W. it from other parts of the country be-
L. Clinton and Edward K. Anderson. cause of it healthful mineral qualities. &OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
The (aineerille Sun is out with g The bale exhibited by Mr. Anderson, Twen ty barrels of it were shipped to Ta M. JO~QTIySOT, l-ait.ines-V- 1e.
magnificent industrial edition. In its who hails ftrm High Springs, is con- Tampa and it is dispensed within the
descriptive references to Alsaohucoun- ceded by everyone who Is Interested In booth.
ty and aineiaville, The Sun has spared the production of cotton to be among "The resting-room is one of the ar I _k_1d_,d ___d \'
nothing. It is a most comprehensive the best that has ever been exhibited pleasantest In the Industrial Hill.
paper sad ought to be of advantage a i the State. There are chairs and divain. A talent-
agulde to the homeseeker -Live Oak "The thriving city of Gainesville ed pianist dispenses good music and
Daily Democrat. prides itself that It is a manufacturing everyone is made to feel at home. If oull AfA InIsur.
city as well a0 being in the enter of a About the walltare photographs of the
The Industrial Edition of The county that produces fruit and vegeI homes of the leading citizens. The peo. Im that is Resn le,
Osaa lime 8it da an outpu tna1 adba In a Compan- that is ResP o ^n sibl e, H--e a Policy Corrreet l-
lnevlle Sn is a e-d t to the pb. tables. Alahua county suffered from ple of the county may well be proud Written Ith Liberality of Policy Contraet and the Company
Ihebr and to the town. It shows what the big freeze of a few years ago, and of the prosperity that is evidenced by Pays Losses Promptly
the homeseekers may accomplish if the growth of citrus products was nat- the exhibit. That the visitors to the
they will settle in old Alachua. Al e rally retarded. The farmers and Fair appreciate the interest taken in Y ou A re A
oha Is first on the roll of Florida fruit growers were undaunted, and making the eneoes is evidenced by the Y u A re As u ed
counties and does not yield precedence their display is a very creditable one fact that 8,000 names grace the regis- 1
to any other in other repects.--Jack- sod worthy of particular attention. tar that is kep." That no serious lose can overcome you without you have some
sonville Times-Union. "Personsr a full enjoyment of health refuge.
are naturally not interested in such a The severe eold weather in the
The Industrial Edition just publish- grueome exhibit as that made by the North, wbhih appeared quite early this
od of The Galaesville Sun has made a o ainesville Planing ad otsa.. Dom- season, ha bee tnhe means of tartin
striking bit as a One piace of work In pany, but those who realize that 'in many people SBooh, ad they are all Fi dent e tl
Swrte-up of the ty, arrangement, the midst of lif we are in death,' and glad they have some, for the beautiful None but Reliable Companie Represented.
to il work nd amount of ad- who appreate how important M i is o weather of the fall neson has shown
verepeoI d pla l dhe, Nothin lo oud a properly dispose of the dead, will e many that our climate ie most delight-
bearsipe tis an ouh ut tat adds an exhibit of caskets that ire of the ful a this y eaon The weather on
Isme ti greter laurels to the ou addsbest make In the country. The pro- Sunday weas s balmy u a perfect sum-A
ros of treat later's talhe ourd stiar duets of this company are shipped to mer day, the air pure, with a gentle
-mwe of that papt mt e tai fe rsd sth al.-l. Ianfhrmationereoriullyfurishd. ineINEtVIime whLOe_ _
O s eville Elevat or. every part of the United States. shower to lay the due' The showers
oevile Elevato r. "Suga sane goes to make up one of in Florida make is most agreeable for y
le.t..e. re... tn the most interesting features of the land there is never a time when
The yellow fever epidemic at Pens- Alaohua nooaty exhibit. There ar e he dot is half so annoying as in other A A
solla s *aid to have cost the State many fine speimens of ribbon cane, winter resort countries Perfect days, P L P IC O
*a ,) ... white e a ne and Japanese cane. The cool nights and frequent showers
It It expected the crisis in Turkey collection was made by the leading make Florida healthy, and those who hia k, Wr and
will be reapctedhn rlow Thurkefarmers and growers of the county. are shouting about "malaria" don't
tdale rat leasthd i e .. "ourn, oats, peanuts, choetnuts, know what they are talking about. EXPRESS PREPAII Bulk (ed-JP Free-NI.ot htr
day at least hickory uts and pecans make up Fae-sreI
The farmers of Hamilton county are other fine exhibit. The school board of Orlando physicians are becoming so Hunt~ a Club Rr ....... 6 40 o 1 s Of Rye. (;u. 'orm loodaLe.
iteettinesvlle made no oler of a paid trip famous that people come clear from NeLon County Rye.... 1 ) 4 1 ? R 1.3 Per uaoo
quite enthuso he le ovrr their cotdtol Re. On I tla u B. u All.
to tlhe State hair to the boy who made Atlanta for treetmeot. Monogram lte ..... U ) to 50 o UPer OaLoa.
groerthe lar t olletion of native woos.I 0 _ Re__i__. CoKe, RuR. et 7r) the no1Eeae
--Master Tom Doke colletced seventy- Poal.J L 4 S0 i0 II )0(U Per amon:
nine varieties and received the prise. h se 5 5 o ad bi a
SIn a gleological way alture has been Aptle Brandy .... 7 00 9 k) Victoria Rre. bootal Drops Rye. MeYmodla
parents would sail bad manners very kind to Alacha county. In vat Hollsnd(ln .... .. 3 0 4 7 5 qUath.
quantities are found roeks that may be Ueaevlu al ?o (3 5IO I40 P0s. LOls U> rR PerDe.
Some Ielne are sor distresingly used for ipavinrg purposes. This ina- *Mouan Corn s 0 9op10 UI ..
straight anti upright that it would be a terial is sent to diferent parts of the Irf fJ oa .. 5e I Sta.ereard I*
relief if they w're only a trife rrooked. country and s, nle of the leading ina* PiOInhntU o ake Iedfla. orarr 3 otr bo l g t .....dr
dustrihs. The exhibit shows the me Armtlet Atowed on Au Goods ofSmre oul ela btout. 5(a0 ................. I9a
The man who prrases ',,,sclf may terial in dieerent varieties. m a- G ew Ar Atnf p A Prios riCeU b dbe bofl. o0 Pletmol
weary hi hearer, he gives them "Tur tine and ros, which are DOt gip, or rauS ate. i HANNE Jt
somethingl t. talk aSoit after he has prtudued lr Irlge quantities, make up CUre stomach and liver W. ADAMS ST. HANAEBSU.
tone. the naval stores exhibit. The Golde. tribla I*d chron c*- ***___o- --_
I ule ittllin ork of Gainesville hau stipaton b restoring te s. Ga PreeIdet H. E. TAros. Chier
The artmy te.r are oIjlcting an itUItre displ ofgii erid itctioh be a bowes lE FIBBTNATO,,, BANK
the Phlhpllne lslant*l Mear t, th.re io ) ,rther *(ft drink tht of gnpger d b tUral aCotflO0thtSotB* Oae. w. Bra, Viioe.Preidest La G-.a s, Aut. Cubter
nosoiety others it it the- .,r, ,." It fur the trade ,T E IT TOAL B0
pear to tuake them taii'-e ecce'ls,,n. "n- (4' Smith of Tacoma hu brought pe Statlke by J. N Ialdum & (C.
ally. to the tate Fair a gros of jars of


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 28. 1ir,


S ROM ALL

PARTS OF FLORIDA

Happenings From Various
Sections of State.

MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS

paring In "The Land of Flowers."
lhings "Bolled Down" to Suit the
u sy Reader-Items of Interest to
11 Classes.
,A lodge of the Eastern Star has been
nised at DeLand.
Stake is to hare a ten-ton ice plant
be in operation by March 1st, 1906
rrabelle will make an effort 1)
re deep water navigation at that

There was a mid dog in Donnellon
a other day that succeeded in biting
o persons before he was killed.
Sheriff Jackson is trying to suppress
mbling in Tampa. He won't have
ny spare moments to spend at the
lir.
The Citizens' Manufacturing Com-
ialny haq been organized at DeLand for
the purpose of establishing a gas plaut.
Outside capital will be interested.
Jacksonville police headquarters
-have been greatly improved in antici-
pation of a lively winter trade. But
this is an all-.he-jeir resort, however.
A steam power sugar and syrup plant
has been built on the Stetson farms in
DeLand, in order to insure high-grade
products from the cane raised on these
farms.
The 'Turpentine Operators' Asso3i-
asion will meet in Jacksoonille Iecem-
btr Oth and 7th. Prominent speakers
will be present from different parts uf
the country.
The three months' fishing season at
Puont Gorda has closed and in that
Time 115 oarloads of flh have been
slipped. A car contains at least
* ,000 pounds.
Obheken owners at Winter Park are
bo0ud to save their poultry if they
have to keep an arsenal in the house
sad praetiee target shooting on the
he-boose intruders.
Winter Park is a healthy spot. An-
drew Riehmoad of that place cele.
Wti his 9th birthday a few days
Ssad Mrs. Guild entertained at her
birthday anniversary.
t. Pat Higgins, who has a flne
just across the river from Astor
elsia, has ano estimated crop of
boees of oranges which he has
to a Boeton firm at $2 a box f. o. b.
rea Herald.
Se result court at DeLand Ed-
zander was acquitted of the
of murder Thureday. and John
reeelved a life seatenee for
hle James and Sarah Newton
handed for murder anJese an
k granted.
atlemea from New York, Mr.
a and B. D. Halenl upon re.
from a tour of lovestigation
SOata, stopped with friends in
|s and, according to The Flor-
they report that after careful
ltio they believe that the or-
estry of Cuob will aot hurt
; that the duty sad island
ion to weaport prevent the
Sraisilag of frait. Mr. Allen
ral groves in Florida and
and talks with some klowl.

smrea employee at Nno 10
i ae of the Ithiaellon Pbrh.
psay, met a horrible death
t November 2ih. He at
lo wtin a large water hoe. in
tO t eo thbe floor were he
bet the water peator.
abta It threw him i ahe
eRaselo, by. whiebl mailed
Seerfelly. slmes seritag theta


body before the nmeeiaery
sepped. Mr. Oaem aes a
eral ehlitar. Hf was
sixy -Ie ysm old.
Owlomg Tenetime After Few
Yewes.
11. Breba"s al Claillle Ce0t"r. I.
: "A bees rlears e I
ommW of a opvw Wavy to owbi
aldm 06"r. ItSoualpmstpped
Is sm S.d to, Waed Ips
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PAINU S THE NEWS FROM ARNO.
PAINFUL rC UUPE l School Teacher Jumped His Job-Re-
AF Iligious Matters-Locat Events.
AIlOA 0 l tMENl_ RF0 ELUF Arno, Nov. r -Our ,2 nrr in ii
The Case ofl Ms OrOne Crfeby IO One grteit di trees about ou r 0 They
of ThousandsofCares Made by Lydia have u ten treated very r nir !v ty
Z. P1lnkhaia Veqetsable Compound. the' teacher They had m i.- ,,i
How many women realize, that men- tract through the Coi "- 1 irua t
t.ruation is the balance wheel of a with Prof,. lieLand for a t, of ,eight
woman's life, and while no woman is mouths. When he h:t. t-mi:ht two
entirely free from periodical suffering. months he got a better nu( qiit
it s not the plan of nature that women the school just s he het i 'ten eve%,ery-I
should suffer thin i go working O i !.r wt the The Kind Yon Uave A
children were doing r,, trhly weil in use for over 30
and everybody was eI'a!d or ttie
ltrospect of having the ,.t "-owl year
Sof atny for several year- pA;- If t the
people had peremptior; hl-hrlgK
P1 rof. Del.and within ao,,l tlI,*. All Counterfeits, ln
ro ld tiye collected -t ~ry just Exleriinents that tr
It" ld collected : I ,ry j..Infntat and Childre
the same. Was he rno *,. ', and 1y' the
a 4W ARalle contract? Hia* ,l a,,,her lt aiiy
-attanWhat i
more right to break hn 'itrn't than W iat 1
anyone else? The lp"i'e; arte criti-
es'ing sharply the Alal., ,K bauk \We' (Catorila Iat liarmli
S uiiilerstand the bank ei n' ii matto th. goric, Dropm RailI %4
school home and mado i'r' lLr.l.fud contains neither l proposition of a better j t1ii.1 told substance. Its agie ir
him he mut aooept it nowv or loe and allays FeveriNli
Irene Ci ros f forever. Has a bank r ,,,ik prei. Colic. It relieves Te,
Sent or oahier any mr r, than a and Flatulency. It.
Thousandsof American women, how- common" farmer? 1 .one. of our toniach antl lIowel
ever, have found relief fromall monthly farmers goes to a ne i,t r nt eT.r- The Children's Pauil
suffering by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's a.uadel a laborer to quit i:n y offer.
Vee le Copound as it Is the most ,ng better job, we are it ,,,iy sharp. NUIN C
thorough female regulator known to I ib .u U 1 C
medic science. It cures thecondition ly criticized, but we r,, :lei'. u,;der
which causes so much discomfort and the law to a enalty, if I min ri;lhtly in. D o
robs menstruation of its terrors. formed. We have api:d illr KlI J i
Miss Irene Crosby, of 313 'harlton I.y, County 83perinet,'in)it of hitli
Street East Savannah, (Ia., writes:
LydiaB. Pinkhamns'VegetableC'omixpund lust ruction, and also to Mr. lolloway,
li a trusefriend to woman. It bas been of State Superintendent. f,,r a teacher
great benefit to me, curing me of irrlar and neitherof them k f any to be
and paltnful m truaon w every ting and neiherof them kno ,f ,y to be
else bad failed, ad I gladly recommend it to had. So the present piro'-pet is that
other s-rg mn."t Thh Kilid Y0
Women who are troubled with pain- the school will have to l.o.e ari T uIlle
ful or Irregularw menstruation, back- of our children are at at, ae that they Q u
ache, bloatng (or flatulence), leucor- will suffer a wrong that etrimty alone
rhea. falling. inflammation or ulcers- can reveal its el tent.
tUoa of the uterus, ovarian troubles, The Harmony Aso,.,>ai| of the In Us F
that "bearing-down" feeling, disli- 119 g**,P** ee
ness, faintness, indigestion, nervous Baptisl church, which -as ,eld at the _
prostration or the blues, should take Forest Grove church a few days back,
immediate action to ward off the seri- while It wu good, was disappointing
ouls consequenees, and be restored to to some as It was not so lar and en.
terfeet health and stre nth by taking
Lydia ,. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- thlsiastic a body as shinild lIe eipl. et.
pound, and then write to Mrs Pink. ed from the great Harmony Associa. TTA
ham, Lynn. Mass, for further free ad- tion.
vice. Thousands have been cured by The Forest Grove '.oilde are well
so doing.pleased with their new pastor, 1'rof.
--* - - Allen, and they cordially irvite their
TURKEIY PLENTIFUL IN GOTHAM friends to some on the second Sunday -
Fine- Dsh In each month and assure them that L
Fine Display of Fowvs Which Will Pre. they will hear somethiuK worth com- e a I sla
vent a "Corner." Ing to hear.
New York. Nov. 17.-There Is a flood Mrs. W. N. (iraling of High S Island Cotton 84e(i
of turkeys pouring into the market for Springs called on Mrs Henderoa ye-on
Thanksgiving trade and large ship. erday. louther
ments still on the way promise to pre. Capt. T. H. 'illard contemplates
ven r dd the New York arke moving to High springs at an early Manufacturers of the
present a larger or finer display of da We regret vry moch to ive ea Iland Cftton
turkeys, the week before rTank.glr him up as he is one ,of o.r most intel-
Lta day than Is does now, and pries lipent and progres.ie citini.. (A (AINE. SVILLE.
Me. three to five cents a pound less eversl of our eitens have betn at-
*tan they hove been In four years. In tending the evangiltle meetings be- -
the one and a half million pounds tf ins held in the Me .t'tils ehureli at
poultry that came to Manhattan yes. High Springs by Rev Marvin ( Culpep.
terday there were about 100.000) tur per. He is a very 'earn-est and furJe.!b
keys and abxuit as many be b es. speaker.
peeted each day from now until next Cane grindings arer the order of the
Thurway. day In this eomm'irty at this tim
DeaJers were trying l cents for the and they are e*rtaiily appreelated and
best dry pl kedl selected turkey. yea. enjoyed by all, p.esally the yo.,ng
terday an', the-se were sod to con- ol. TeE NAT
smile s for. r rwunj The Exact Thing R required for Con. DAILY N

Mass' Unreasonableness
I, often a. greo a womn '. t a certain urative and stomsh
Thoe. h. Austin. malinager of The *e. purifer Chamb.ia's Stomacbth isd ItVPaM the N
publica.n of laven.wort.h. Id. wa LTablet.eemote I,,,,h a O thigo VtlU .
not unreasonsable, *hm he refo*ed to o *aug for the mue s
allow the d etor. to oerat. on his roblste, e mild e*agtl and sfe fer tulllldi under
wife for female trouble. seed." be eld ad with ,t that err OVbleA
cay. "we e,,ieluded to try Eletree site,' ay R D. Wr.terA &Co.,Udora, RyVIew., anal
Bitters Mlly wife *as the so olek she Otareio. nada ir sale b all drag ? it .
could hardly leae herbed. and flie (6) *less. Ritt |l,'lMtrttl n
physieiaas had failed to relieve her. 1 151 CJ)flDl*t t
After taking Electrie Batters she was m n| "l IPrOI't ifH.
perfectly cured, *od eai now perform |
all her hooeehdold dutine." (hoarse.- IW 1 H1UO V Qt0otii aictv,.
t*d by all drougists PrI io. d i. T J -as. a .o o3qnds.
Le n old. Many PreI BROKERS. tecornl thl. lt
Bo a . r T oma W La. -i y hldon illiv,-tr r
se said IaN Tfl' ',.t be rIetwel9! ht, (ee, tee, irals sad 1rww ma. Answe.r, wilth
bot. the Mw Trk Ato and t- MX. Room 7, lieciw *r B(lilag. CCIrnlng flV iut


tuml Ut. lnegarane roempswee was 112 Ye.sot fee". Oww ft e.e ltop r,
abWOAWte Mr Aw+iS wmty. tha4 I f,
arr"Ma t oadevar igto lars In. wWire io w rttso d l e5 I A
Mhe eup~wyeeof his M.iwueaG& tovbf wethS'55~S~Ls lb" sh
gtau(w of lame"nre "5ee bw the hm1weae V Mm to A1 A ts am*
uuUWeY 11a's1i04'Wr uiwaIuatka are. MI. are t n F. -
wfh um &0d 4 oes. h ilel c -ofP be wil
mOUeU an I "ofw b. mt e 0me 31"
bean 4t IIpr"** 901 e
Ckt4pstbea. Kama Your % f
Aidb a Few 56041"be ~ ja r .. '. ,e mwe&Tginbl% i

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CONVICTS KILL TWO OFFICERS.

le U Pistols and Nitroglycerin in Try.
ing to Eacape,
Jefferson City, Mo., Nov. 27.-In a
Aesperate attempt to escape from the
State penitentiary here, five state con-
iotes fought for freedom with weapons
and nitroglyeerine at the prison gate.
kfllin tawo prison officers and wound-
1Og Deuty Warden Pee, an.! four men
bdiOle a dash through It;e stre( t of
lJetersod City undtlr fire, only to be
oaptWfd after two of tho escaped
men had been woun teJ.
Five prtsoners,. making advantage of
te absence of W.;Lrdln Hall and six
guards, who left today with 71 feder-
a prisoners for Fort Leavenwortui,
Kans., attempted to escape, but only
S four left the prison after wrecking the
gate.
Convlots Harry Vaughan. Charles
Raymond, Hiram Blake, George Ryan
and 01i Zeigler, who were working
close inside the prison gate, having se.
cured pistols and a bottle of nitro.glyc.
erine, entered Deputy Warden R. E.
Bee's office and shot him In the arm
and the hip as he at In a chair.

e0dpgia Leade In Pension List.
Tialelgh, N. C., Nov. S .--State Audi.
tor Dixon wrote to every auditor
nl the south as to amounts paid
to confederate pensioners and the nurn-
ber of pensioners. *Replles are as fol.
lows: Texas, $500,000, 7,000 pension.
ers; Tennessee, $276,000, 8,000 pension.
era; Louisiana, $16,000, 2,000 penalon-
era; Arkansas, 0,000, 7,000 pension-
rs;n Georgia $790,000 16,000 pen-
aloners;; Florida, $283.,00, 3.000 pen.
aloners; south Carolina, *656,000, 1B,-
000 pensioners; Missisltppt, $250,003,
7,000 peasoners; Virginia, $300,000.
14,000 pensioners North Oarollna's
approprtatlon sl $276,000 to 14,000 pen.
aloners. Auditor DIxon said: "In pro.
portion to number of pensioners, North
Carolina pays less than any other of
the state."
When You Have a Bad Cold
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a per.
manent core.
You want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and keep expectoration easy.
You want a remedy that will conn-
teraet any tendency toward pneumonia.
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets
all of these requirements and for the
S speedy and permanent eure of bad
colds stands without a peer. For sale
by all druggists.
Inauguration Cost $145.491.
IRshinirton. Nov 27.--To Inanxur.
rate 'T'(4d1'orM l, IxA'vkrH |lrvN .dd'(nt of(
the lUnlitd Stalte.,s l t Nli.rch o'>t $14..>
S491, u r'atr urn tii han wan ever lpent
for any previous in;a itguratilon Til t di
. talis of t hl <.i(, wir, n atle pi !lic,
In a rekp)rt )) (lrnr;l Joihn M \\'Wilson,
the -chairman (of tlo Inaul ral (co- n
mltte', N't(hwh.hitandlling the lara r
expwove, the mtnimltrnt e hR frtcrnedl
o\ir a halane. of $4 7.fl to thll aiiill
torlunl asWx4 ilton, an ori'nlapnt!ton
formed to er vt a Ih1tIing In which to
hold future Inaginural halls.
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sad Tar nmany multatio ns are offered
Ior the gKin'lme These< worthless imi.
talotois have similar sou idiang names.
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TAMPA, FLA.m
ifTAM P A A RLSeuthern Railway
MEffective May 28, 190o.
ea te iSrSr os53Sr 3S5 I DA T
Itsa are Veryitalied Medlelal ood Prope- L 2 Vestible Trains East Ye. 34 No. 20 borth and West. No. 13
ties are Very QuticiRaly I d re. -
CIn Bronging Hea ?lo' tt VIA Lv Jackrsouville...So. Ry 9 10* 7 55p Lv Jacksonville, Fla....do. ky. 7 46p
In Producla Itl otr to the Weak, to Lv Jesup ......... o. Ry 1140a 1040p LJeup, G..............o. y. lui )p
the Feeble and the ivaltd Lv b avanah .... Ry 1 20p 12 15a Ar Macon, (is..........So. Ry. 8 00a
oents & frmA TI NT I rfAST IDes ArColumbia ......So.Ry 6 65p 6OD& Ar Atlata.e Ua...... .. So. By. 5 20a
In rons t stem o" ATLANTI COAST LINE .
nClealns tbhe ireTs Iu LI Ar Charlotte .....So. Ry 1026p 9 56a Ar Home, Ga.........So...8. By. 7 80a
In Nourihng O the t Pk ArGreensboru....So. Ry 1 13a 1261p Ar Dalton, Ga.........So. Ry. 6 25a
ace. oundf hi t r aked Ar lanville......So. Ry 2 21' 210p Ar Chattanooga, Tenn..80. R 9 46a
In Buld tbo ttl Bo. T Ar Rebmond Ry 6 4p Ar Lexington, Ky ....Q. A& 20p
the Des able Pu ae wa h, and GAILN AjV A LJL 7 romn i.. .o.....6.Q. A 0. 7 40p
n De IwiGAINESAIL.rLE _r mo .....So. G 5p Ar Cinoinnti, ......Q. (. 7 0Op
In Dottng their chekl with Pretty Ar Lynchburg ....So. Ry 4 84a 4 20p
Color amdbmpla tha mL Mothe T A Ar harlotsevaille So. Ry 6 18a 0p L Oinnnati, ......Big our 840p
KE aU .Mdetma M t and Return r Baltimore.... P. R. R. 1180a 11 2p Lv Cininnati, O......Pa Lines 8 36p
paMosr- M 5 et. Ar W. Ph'del'ia P. R R. 1 45p 2868 r Chicago. Ill........Pa Lines 7 10a
To pror Its mtert nal' od I rlts a Ar New York....P. R. R. 4 18p 680a Lv Uinoinni,O.....C. & D. 8 45p
Trial Bottle F e by Mall Tickets on msle November 18, 15, 17, Ar Chicago. Ill......... Mono 7 23a
Will bepn on rega~ Write by lettI 20, 22, 24, 27 and 29, 1906. Final limit No. 84-"New York and Florid Ex..
o pos to of tickets December 1, 1905. press." Daily Pullman Drawing Room Lr T dncinni, O .C. H. & D. 9 2p
Ozmrai Co., 98 Pl Ste C rL or full Information regarding Seeping Car Port Tampa and Jacson. Ar Toledo, 0 ......o. 0 D. S 2
An Druitsts-Two sre- as d tM brother rates call on nt ville to New York. Ar Detroit, Mich b.......P. M. 7 2 a
Coast Line ago r other r rte all o -Wai tlnt F d Lt Oincinnati, .......Pa Linee 8 80p
NEWS TER LY TOLD. FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Limited." ailPulm Drawi n Ar Pittsborg, Pa.......Pa Lines 5 55
NEWY T D. F K C. BRoo Sleeping Car Jacksourille to Lv Oncinnati, O......Big Four 9 30p
SDitrict Passenger Agent, New York. Ar Cleveland, 0.......B Four 6 45a
T. A. Bennett-rthe representative Jacksonville, Fi .. L Lexington, Ky......So. By. 6 30p
In Peru of seftral large American Threa *"The Land of the Sky" Un. 0S Ar Louisville, Ky......o. RBy. 8 10p
and IDallh capitalists and who died LT Jaeksonill, Fla. .So. Ry 7 Ar St. Lonis. Mo........So. Ry. 7 32a
Thursday, was buried yesterday. Lv iavannah, G. .. ... o. Ry 12 1e5 Ar Anniston, AlU..... 8S o. .1 94a
A telegram received announces t-e M T h 1' Ar Columbia, 8. C... .So. Ry 6800 r A irmingbam, Ala....o. ry. 18 45a
death In Rochester, Minn., of Captain iSS t De U S Ar Asheville, N. C.... ..So. Ry I p. Ar Memphis, To.....Prisco 8 05p
James T. Dutry, one of the best known Ar .ot Springs, N. C. ..So. Ry 2 87p
river men between Pittsburg and New Boarding n Ar Knoxville, Tenn......So. Ry 00p Memhi Tenn.............. 83)p
rl men between P r nd New dl ArLouisville......... So. Ry 8 )s I Hot Sprinfgl Ark ............... 9s
OrDe no l ArSt. Looi.............. 456pl No. 18-"Tle Florida Limited.'
Tnbe asoety of arts hu awarded a Dav School Ar Oinclunsti .... ....Q AC. 8 15a Daily. Solid vestibule train, through
silver medal to Robert P. Porter, a day coaches and Pullman Bleeping
New York, for his paper on the London No. Wo West Main St.. s.. No. 80-Daily Pullman rawmnR gCars, Jacksonville to Oineinnati.
eltric rail e atthe ion GAINEVILLE. - FLORIDA Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between No. 19-Pollman Drawing Room
of etr.clsi ety helad at the e1 a ond .e Jaeksoille sad Cincinnati. Bleepin OCar between Jacksonville
o th oelety held In 1904 an 1 81t S l Opened Birmingham, Memphis, Kansas City
Oaptnin A. H. lugna, Identlfled with sptmuer 18th 1905 Excellent Dilog Car Service. and Colorado Springs.
river Interests In the Ohio valley, died ep 18th, E ang.
tboh morning at Louisville, Ky. He was -" V ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE.
a director In two paket companies From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim
and one of the wealthiest men In the, ited," 9:ed," :00 a. m .....
t,, tFrom New York, Washington, etc.-No. 83, "Washington and Florida Ex.
"' 'B press." 8:20 p. m.
Sarah Bernhardt, the Faren. tra g. MAissI Ori onn From Cineinati, Asheville, et.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim.
edienne is to bld and maintain a the. ited," 900 m.
water in New York, according to her From OChcagn, Cincinnati. Atlanta. etc.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited."9:85 a. m.
manager. W. F. Connor. 'The new play Gainesville Circulating J. C. LUnSK, District Paseager Aget, 108 W. Bay St., Jacksw rlle, Fla.
houre whidh Ir to be named the Bern- H.HAP.T.M. W.H.T ..P.A. Booz Moset. A.G.P. A
thkrt theater, will be located opposite ...Library... ... .. P
the Mletropolitan opera house. *
SOnly the Latest Pooilar Fiction. FIjIj Ij C oast e :: 7 r'
Son Lost Mother, a 1 0
Flo a East UCoast P,,74A",., a
"Consumption runs in our family, SPECIAL UM li
And tihrough it I lot my moe .... .SPECIAL SUMMIER TERMS, l'oo
and through i I lost my mother .per week; allowingn three aes ur- ,1 Tim N
writes E. B. Reid of Harmony, Me. lu the week. Boos mut no be kept Cal 11I 01. .. ot : .
"For the past five year, however, on out over one week without renewing.
SOUT.lOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN ..,: I
the slightest sign of a cough or cold, I -- - _____ _ _
have taken Dr. King's New Discovery ... -__No.. n . No ATI)-
for Consumption, which has saved me f n / aII 1aiy iy _____ i___
from various lung trouble ismoth- a 0 t n .............. .
pr's death was a sad lose for Mr. Reid. U AL, I. ......... .A..Ji...
but lhe learned that lung trouble mnst : '3 .3 Is.to. -
not be negloi'ed, and how to cure it., u ri
Quickest relief and curs for coughs t 1 i 1.v n....
and coid-. Price K.A and $1 ()0; giar- Paradise for Huntlng and Fishlng, lr ........ ....
u n7- f1 i ............ ..... .
ante d at all druu stores. Trial but. C,
t Ies frfee.I 0 4 ..... -14
This hotel In under new mansoement. and o 0 ; 4; 6 ................... ...............
Excitement at Church Conference. will open tober lst.e lW. fur te winter. Beu t l ........... .... r ......
,, .. ooom o ationD FlnebhunUnir. noludinadear. 1 .1 ................. .:t ...................
Itain' i lll (;a. rv clv. J. turkey and smallU ame. Excellent rishblng ad o0 0 I3, M1 l .. .....-............ r ,
1II \Nl i'r. liwMior of tirow rnit vlrithr. boat 'for ceoommodatloa of guescu. Ouldei : t t I J .F ---* .........._ Ir. Il. 4
S r for b, untn ta laxhin P e .........tes.. L 44. 1.. ...... . , ,
ditt tharrch hre., wuis catllted a Ilir by itor rates a nil socommodatto ow *s e 10 ^4 a ( ** ............ l; iy. .. ,
. I llrardson. ormerly a steward MS IA)ULA THOMAS. Procprietresm. a s .. I:
in the Meiine church. The affair ceaild uuaJHAuooc.. Lv Co. rC A Ir ps as p ........o un. ....... . -
_ 5 .0MI.....e ,,r ufi',N ............... I, 1
ijiitte a sensatll n,. ocurring as It did 8 a p 1 Ar ............. T.n .o .. ... '-s
during the e dlon of tInt. quarterly A 0 es .... r .r .

lln' lTr of te South Macon d tll. ------..*--...... .,
irkl,. wia in Ihe chair Purln the time p1 .--.. aQ ,, ,....... .I ,,
i I) <.h.ar-dtmn. a steward, called 0" 15W 555p .... : ..., H : *i
Rev .1. H Mather a liar The alrar Palnt b, ..* ---: ..lt ..... ... b Il.n
w ea CaIued by the dropping f the Decorators and a 15 w .-- ', .::: :*: .. -" a
nu (of Mr Richardson fro the roll Paper. Hners. e t .. it 'a
SCa of Pttauoa on (he church ........ i ,t
ud__ .tat t*rh Reod ;. : .......Lt -B> .. .....:.. : li.-
'204 East Main St., 8., (ainesville. Fla. a *.'* r. --- eatJutn r .... h '44 30 .P
No Ca.. of Pneumonia on Record. ___ ** ***.*. m ^ b..... : ?* p : (\ 3
\. do not know of a *Ingle instaoe } **S = i> : 0 2
All kinds of outside and oacdo work tOM I A p
where a c.ugh or cold resulted in sa I* 6 e .. rnn.s ........ 6 Aw e. gA. pi
SpromptO y rad neatly ex rulamed. u BMwhp *.pr.n.I.tly neat I .... s ... of
1'!* in(Qia or ciBn< ption when Fo. r* -t ____a a *N...l.......Ia n eity.. :... .. * s a 7 1 ? p
ley' THooeyandTar had been taken. -*BI u c- ............ LT t a np
It cire.a coughs and colds prfectly, PAER IANGINGO anAd SION WRIT. X i 6
*u, do not take chance with sense on. _* a i uy
akncwia |re|aratlioa which may contain ia -
tilstest. which eaue coaesipatlo,. a MRS. G. H. BROW0E, la- --- ...... .
C. nd aion thatr retards arceve'ry from I. ,,


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Tat id an r.:.tasoAav eulmu itteicoffered.


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-A tOtOv, tJudge Worthtoneaa today.
p-a !.Od utltY *f Bya of tbp twyery
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selqn<*nco kid tu ao Itoe %arle-ra yer,
kil ,each of tae fire counu. f the lan
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Herb W. Edwards of 1)e O Mon.
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It,# his kDee. TU mo ildapy." hb
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IL-IION 'rrIiMARK LU pWAfD.

Gpae t Neow Orleans Make Consider.
able Advance.
;tWew Orleans, La.. Nov. 27-'l-he cot.
market took a spurt up~wards dur-
the last hour of the trading. :os-
18 to 20 points higher than yes.

e opefr.z "''. a few points hiL'h.
than t s:t r:;-s c!os!ng, ut ,he
s 'n t> '>*y traling 9sgeil orf
ew p~d!1.'s :...r than yemrerday's
Is h f(r. t! r '"mardl fcht lwgan
ai ; 4% an of shortq to
r : j. lno, Paring to
Srln:.- over Into next
kt. 1-l- .ie'v l s and
C'-: Za me tCme

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*rP) 1 one w r; to '.
i '."'(M vel durlr. '' .'. -, ,
"*'**'s. S :efi ad p*-., *^ ,* *. *'- 1 (' -
'i t unchanged pr! '-s T'. ,
: i Barket is now 1l ',) .'" I ,,,,
.lhan the Now Yor-k r.. ..
4iominally at least 7 ; '

MAN CHARGED W:TH CRVrIE.

Slalimed He KIMed Wife and Five C:'il.
dren-Declares He is Innocent.
Indfevndence. Iowa. Nov. 27.-.1'i.
William Mc"illiams and her five c4i.
dren, ranging from 3 to 18 years In
S age, were slain at their farm home
Sand the husband and father war arrest.
e.' ed in Independent charged wita killing
the members of hi family. He (te-
clares himself to be innocent. Each
person had been killed witj a hammer r
Sblow on the head. Mrs. MlcWillams
wasa trociously beaten, and a few knife
thrsts had been inflicted on the crush.
Sd body.
SIn te woman's rigid arms lay the
O role of the 3-year-old baby, its hood,
cost and mitens on and a piece of but.
tered bread in one hand. The baby had
been killed by one blow of a hammer
on the head.
The other children lay about the
bouae, dresled in working clothts.
It Ia thought that the mother and
baby were killed first and that then the
tlelren bad been called Into the hole,
one at a time, and struck down wit.i
the bamer. There was Mttle evidence
oa a strugle.

To Change Courtmartial Laws
WanhJoiton, Nov. 56.--The neces
Sky for a change in the law providing
Sor the rmumary courtmartlas In the
savy will again be ured upon coo.
at Its newt season. CoMlder
le reform In this direction aa al.
y been accomplished by the wcae
poanIhmenta wbch ha been drawn
in the office of the judge advocat-
at the army. Thl scale has serve.
o guide summary courts a to t be
r degree of puntliement to be pro
for minor offenses. But there
renter improvement sought
can only be obtained by legis
samely, the creation of an of.
court for the trial of minor of


loers Ship Still Intact.
fta ncloo. Nov. 27.-Heary
the Norwelan consomul at this
It In recetpt of Iftonnratio re:a
the Amnundae ArUtc e peadi-
wirhk'coaVlnees him ta the re-
hnao Dundee. Boolaad, hat the oz.
ship (joa o 4 be tbe enrhed tn
at Bootlba PWtx Is erroeous
O &m*e report was rwelve* fnro
83n*u nai Load am tnfor
directly from Cptatn Amuade-
the focm of letter, whbki go to
that the expeondtit passed the
4o Boothia P1itl were the dis-
is reported to ave taken plce
ml ath. ago. in afatly
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Held Natinal Ceoferen*e.
Tork. NoT. 1-.-C4heia and
Ytor po:ttea niorm orgaala-.
have streed to promote a as-
es fermare of sa o igosta
thr Ughoet tI coanwy aoard.
to ena uwaeotmnt made r the elti
ato el New Yort T. as
ated thIa tie mrespi a
the ethics' leaue to uest It
tie ts tgewa me tie
a nt .JsMry. Ike ettile
repled that It Imid cooperate
thea isneary *ar be Sab
time m tIe a eme.

WeI Keews Aster erape Dea
main Meat., v W---4
a Isa. a h'sen Mira
em -at the eim t

m here as of hea
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A m The '014 Man the oe nutalsA .
mThe title "Old Mart 4 the MIoun-
UU (BilUl" tail" was first applied to il;t,,,Iiiu lC0u
j AD O AIrE who r>iiii found forihti.n- dyit.y in Air Line Rai. aa
Syria. A. 1000. W B Ian!-tl-* frplW his
Scountry,i ht took up hlis ;,tl I on Mount . FOR....
J I.e'lanL bti. gatthered a I ati ( of followers
omi ""n | At Evinlton. Florida, one mile from C'hi'i~s.iai atid Turks. Tlh,,. all \ dt.y e
nation, on Rock Roid. 42' acres of b, o lrTS ,itplic the y would eertlie cli,,i,,. rec'anis In I H I a -
good Hammock Land; all el-ared und the joy. of paradise. 'l't ..ic .tus. I
,,. hi,,i,..ooer ,,., ,,, ,,.mo,,- ington, Batimore, Phila-
in cultivation. 8 acres in bearing or- whli-.4 flow. wer1 ,hI.I orrgtotn, Batiore, hia-
thn4-mslves-., rode rou>hl'- I" over the
angel trees. All good trucking lind., country for about 200 'r. W. he delphia New York,
ever their hblef, the l.d Mliin of the
$1,0X) dwelling aid other Iousel on Mo,,ntain. thought hblni-'. t .iredl. he E, lIt Trains .aily.
the premises. All going at a largin : tent a hand of thewe li st ,eretly to 1 rain Daly.
niurdlhr the offender, aii;tl t \\:i,4 from
P E AE SCY,$25I 00.0 0 t,; ,:,,,it o .---i ,,,, Seaboard E express.

Apply for further ariar to The pnt of friendly r o Seaboard M ail.

0 LIO~N I 8L!NnINf Ill ilt, wlinl air of cn,'. :,,'i.t\,, i'oli-
GCOLSON & BLANDING tlim nIt s partanI ti, r ii I DER P Q I ME T
(AINE8VILLE, FLORID. ti olie..sive powPot itin. hil M D ERN U L L M I E U IPMENT
_s villi thy I t1he life (1 : .a : ioursm-
-. .-- inll! thrititig every flb'r It it i111 'i're -
Terrific Storm on Lake Michigan. g,, and Is lIidiglnou t> all lnud. ti)u V Line Ol r;atill
It most h Muntlfu.l fow,,r- l during
tila cm..L kc ,. ov..">--,ring a tthe night. and. hiles ir,',.t i loom. Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonviel to Now Orlusnn
terrific Storm on Lake .lill lMctian i lit
er. It 1 nio mt fragrant in Wliter. Time ---- -.-- -
night, the passenger Pten r Argos. annlot wither or destroy 't age llut For full information a,.d Plhei.r r.esrvat one ,a o. n,,v ani Seaboardnl
0of t1 (raihari and Morton liniiger streugthens and develop q--4' S. Field, write A. V) M.M(I\HNE.l., C it'il ION Ja.,
tlit, which left Clhicago lu.t night As_. -n____erail 'arllena.r Ag,, t, I -., nli r Allipt
went hard agimund on a sand bar to
the north of North pier andl e:1 f- 13U SIQ 318 CA rtitL- .IA 'KSIiNVIlV.1 .siRIOA
forts to release her have. up to this
time bren fitile,. The boat carriers a VERE B. C L Y D E L INTE
crow of 22 men and has thirty pas. DR RE B. | t X C L LN E
singers board The boat is in great
danger of belng pounded to pleeo Ing to the heavy sea and inability of --
the ife'-saving crew to reach the yes-
isl. and the captain and theo crow Of ,e over Marus Eode i, t r .1rinng
Il1 probably be taken off in the B___
bre*ches buoy. j6 A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY At 1 W
Will Not Join Federation. And olitor ill it
Birminghaim. Ala., Nov. 25--T1he Al. A l n I quity
abama Pederation of Wonrn'a clubs. Real Estate, Coonveyanicni and i POUT r SAR ILINo JG l, EAC ti W EE3
in se..lon here today, voted down by eral Practice. All bititness promptl!
one vote a resolution providing for attended to. Offlit lipl door to r uo iS .T, t KN
joining the general federation of wo- omee. .,.,v.,itIi.FLOIDA Jeacks ionville It-ridi New York,
men's cluhs. The adaltkon of nerOD. N.Calling at CaiARLETTON, tl. C., both ways.
dlocgates at the MilwauiLkee meeting FERDINAND BAY IR.
of the general federation fiured prom. ATTORNEY .A IAW, Lho Filll S. I I C 1 Si0
.nentli te ditk ussons. Ther seem. (.A,...VILL., iLo.,.a. The Clyde ei England and 8outhfer Lines

hama club wmwnen favoring the forms. )Dirout Service Betwen JACKSONVI.LE, BO{TON anud
tion of a gulf states federation. an sell your ity property, i. PRVIDNCE and All Eastern Polit,
proved and unimproved), phosphate, Calling at CharltEstli both wias.
trucking ad farming lands. gedd ibli
August eimost Made Treaurer. a list of what you offer for sale. 21429 SE I Ed.- EE KLT S.A I.*IN' 11A
Prench L&Ak Sprngs,. Ind., Nov. 26. --- ------ Bouthbound .. ........ Frm Lewl' Wharf, Beeon
-Thomas Tuaart. chairman of the E. BAKER. Northbound............... From Foot of Catherone at.. Jaesooville
Democemac national commtee today
ppoW ed Au~t emont. o New ATTORNEY.A I.LAW, Clide St. Johni liver Lne
York, a treaiurer of the tommnlon .. SOLICITOR IN ('IIANCERY.. stween JAeCK NUNVILLan and ANMrWOND
to suciwed George IFlter Peabody -- Stopping at Palatkn. AAsor, 84 tranai,. Herefoil (DeLad). and intermedliM
wtlo. It is stated, resigned on accout (iAINESVILLE. Alaehua Co., FL LAndings on 81. Johns River; oommeaolug Wednesday. November 18. 1906,
of sicknOesa. Oie ti Endel Blook. I ErKAMEKH
No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough "CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FREI'K DeBARY"
Remedy. Are appointed to sil as fulluws: I.lea Jaeksonville, daily OleOept ater-
Froi Napier( New Zealand) Herald: D' .H. ALD)I'RMAN, days. ai 8:lip. m. Keturniing. leave Maiefo.rd.daily ezsopt lindays.atila0. m.
Two years go the Pharmecy Board of u.mbouthw1 NCH EDUJ K 1Iw at
New South Wales, Australia, had an D E N T 1 8 leaf Jakd nvilla. .. ...Ari" JU
analysis made of all the eough medi- L :0 Tpm. JPailtl.. .. . . leave ro pm
8:468 pm.Palatka. Leve 1100 P"
cines that were sold in that market. omer Da uo a Co's llai.. Uilawl e IO0 am Aser ....... .. . lil0 p
Out of the entire list they found only 4:80 am. ,lSt. FraiSoe.. .... t00...Op
one that they declared was entirely lerford D (Ld)... .. .I.... ioop
free from nal pollonl This exception. AODOM 10.0 :so .... ..... Ener ...... .....O
was Chamtberlain's Cough Remedy, D'oT ,L .P..I r..... Ol
E(iKlI NERALPAtI. ANDI T'rICET OFFIO,, I BAY rT ,JA(IKSNViLL
made by the Chamborlain Mediline DE TIOT. A-. .. W .t
Company. Ie.s Moines, owa, U. 8. A. ws. s o, OuO MeL .r *iAaw,-s. (a f I e @KsL, l"iaeaa11
The ablfene of all mareotiea makel this ro0 oINb f ens. s siltUaa li. -ar.
remedy the sf.est and bst th.at be 03.. Ia U c ...m. u se A l^.V Wr^, Ass NBo ig Mew o &t ILYI'r a{. *rltlA S,
bhad; and it is witb a feeliog of aecuri. usr-, s ,, .. a. lanae (leneral AgeM
ty that any mother eao gave it to her ... (.s. fa> idtslB.aI ase**w.o.t M.T Vm>
little ones Chamberlala's Cough Rem. .. .. .
edy..s e.peially rcom.m.nd o,,cjWS I A,, Take Th A tlantic C oas Line
makers for coughs. cold. eroipvad vIK WItEN. lIq'ORS A ClOARK S" Atl C oast L ine
whooping K'-gh Thus rrnmedy 1 for fOri,/l;I. iALL ttnr
sale by all ruiss FOR LL EARTHLY POIT
Mtesa W I.,. *J Joeeai'She. el
J.-S./ a: ,0.s UFsteer, lotttiaaddvsmgbl. DosS lg..A L IM-L (1it L to AW Vie.
Bright ,.. are,, .-fl to, be oa7 il So eal on m ,he x ird se u ll l isD the (,,e ir:-.i T 1 lbt i.r a ** dull *-- e t e i l ,-. .l liu..o i e MV e
anlid tiremniwi- |lla
t" "e "'t" e' Lei viat& P ,d t.,e Te..,,..a. *.
rty nert.,u. mIral. asst 1ar'Ig. a *-L3 Rapid Trannt and L'rurpaaed Service
before the J)'atg.-, ,f the (m*uito Ipli**. i Time Table ia .of.fe April 10, 1306.
He bad a large- u'im "r" of lMa -wfre N n elh l R R Depar" or (bAlNr.4'\ I1.1.1 Arlve Pro
blni almost -Tr.,i to totltitOte a i. "flfl K ... g u.-. S-a
brary Whi. L.- was reaulng time re n I opm Hilh r. s ind 8 *"
port of or of the a**** a ,ember of / ly11 medate lolna Daill
books tBunli off tbe table la trust of 12 .-pm 0aiai. l.-*r,,r *ad Tep,. a" I-pm


him. llss to Wit to r.,MA logoePonowDaily
My kroIm. POW the v wtV6 1it ____ -
wly. it isr rrpAul In two 111 6emlngb laebsUle emphh, U I a JeI*I5Pow
bwuiu In tb..#-&a- t wrde. ( Peat sadWh, es" WasDily
-AnL You sarr." asked Justk )Iaule. Emavu*es Li,\ .'Uh, fCledi, -- -
the it i et' sa t& e IIIIt* minr 1eem tlhaS1r06110 4 aeruse. b"as ftreewish, DIIl p
Ven my y M-ra rpiedMo b-I -U ai Albay t a al Punts Nsrk. Iee Wes Diy
sla rmw Iy %Wqb God 111 0104ir kmn
WdL th-ei. r Jins J Ytkv MA36p M Simon
pveiyo. WbLUnt foMee' Other k ,iy ~.ele' 1auyteDail
beee Es Ied the s aea Cs gaLa eO
e the e4 0Ya om'e 5 h t5 yew (Ply blme epei l Ingshrefthleveper
massing Me the 5tbt. Bad wbM from0 1es('i B 35 s TiWE
te msrrtment r5U 1. by theJug's hp Ime erat Is@ sh h wlee Dal gh 4prta
eugg oirl b&.u e prmerve" fSrm ?et S. I' so %s M*b aIa s N ewu ec slI
rwi hel rroargame- I wit tuuibm me'
v~ i acsi-at i-eit 1111 VlrpG. dialog vairservi" s she 11s eek. u 114609Tiebesew. ped Ow ISmAM W it Namee A*pul..
sI IU'i'Ih Themegh ww re' aleeps S I Cl8eg ud; Isekern c Sc an s :" -""U
ealmm 4014FI~P &lanssie 00
Worm ..L... ifis* ee
se '.W~rtbs ad WO.est, sbuelesod "y"poompleim at m('o m IS
hft . ba eft oMu the Me
qS dw whis e w 'ribowOWNGEO. E.- HERRMlIGO MAX 0 OOT 5?J" Ii-1"aPus. ,D rR T~ s
wesI IsWN. 910617 a ee M ULA^ L&L L L O Up W.bay to 15 &M- p -
of body. ~i. 0,61111000 EN3ts"O Tw, V.1 IF, AOL0-
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

Wat Has Happened and What Is Going
tO Hppen Told in Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
C Oa Jule for sale. J. N. Bone.
S Suo Industrial Edition 10 cents a

Ldies' calling cards in latest styles
at np office.
S Fine Jersey cow for sale. Apply to
J. B. Emerson.
Hague 8tricklaod of Paradise was in
the eity yesterday.
John V. Denton haa returned from a
S boiness trip to Mieanopy.
Order your Christmas froit eakes
now. Keystone Bakery, dtf
SMis Mary Manning of Micanopy was
shoppln In the city yesterday.
Tagerine orange, nice sad sweet,
20W a dosen saonders & Earle.
J. V. Frallek and 0. 0. Fletcher of
Bell are in the city, guests of W. W.
Oolon.
Hon. Benj. P. Calhoun, State's at.
torney, spent Sunday with his family
In Palatka.
Miss Tllie Cook has returned to this
city, after an absence of several
months in Atlanta.
Thirteen varieties of coffee, and all
coffee ground by electric motor, at
8aunders & Earle's.
If you are going to paint your house
It will pay you to use Devoe's Best.
The 8. J. Thomas Co.
We do not defy competition but in.
vite inspection and guarantee stock
and prices. W. R. Thomas.
The best and most agreeable time
will be the "Breesy Time," at the op-
era house, Tuesday evening,
E. O. Cobb, the genial agent of the
Seaboard Air Line at this point, made
a brief visit to Starke Sunday.
i/' For Rent-Eight-room house near
square; hot and eold water bath and
toilet In house. Marcoa Endel.
f Furnished room to rent on block ad.
onling square. Gentleman *tenant
preferred. Apply at Sun offie.
J. E. Wainwriglht of the United
S states land office has returned to hi.
duties, after a vacation of several
days.
J. E Wells, the efflient bookkeeper
S In the store of C W. Bauknigtht,
S Archer, spent Sunday with his family
In this city.
SW. E. low, the hustling solicitor
S for the New York Life Insurance (Cnm.
S pany, has returned from a brief visit
to High Springs.
The 8 J Thomas Co. soil the paint
today to paint Mr. 8. J. Burnett's large
houe-also for his cottage. It is lie-
S voe' Best that li being used
S0 L. hNtherton of Maseo, (iB.. the
c lever and efficient traveling repre.
tentative of the Cary arle and Lock
Company, is at the Browa Hooen.
If "yo have property and want to sell
It, see Orr A $teenborg. If you want
to buy, it woulJ pay l7u to aee them
also, as they have soni desirable sites.
Ob h 1. Mol.elI, a naval stores op-
erator of Call, l.Fayette county, was
In the city yesterday on business eon-
neetrd with the United States land of.
flee.
N T. liarllnan has t'urc'haled the
I orlir-il

Cane juice for sale. ,J. L. Crawford.
W, S. Jackson of Lake View was
trailing in the city yesterday.
Hard word for sall" in car lots. J.
H. Holly, Arredondo. Fli. d9t
Swept and olr p;ckles and souor
krout in bulk. S under & Earle.
lMx Kraus*. the veteran traveling
salrsman qf Savannah, is at the Brown
House.
(irtn'g Byles, the merchant of Wind-
ror, was transacting business in this
citv yesterday.
J. B. Polk of Willeford called at
The Sun office. Monday and renewed
his subscriptioa.
Anyone having city or country prop.
erty for sale may apply to Orr& Steen-
burg, Gaineaville, Fla.
Dr. R. L Robb returned from the
Tampa Fair last evening, accompanied
by her daughter, Miss Nettle.
John E. Dow, a prominent broker of
Montgomery, Ala., is in the city on a
visit to his brother, W. E. Dow.
Mr. Jesel Clark is now having his
residence pointed with Devoe'l Best.
For sale by the 8. J. Thoqlas Co.
For Rent-Two furnished iats, one
of four rooms and one of three rooms.
Mrs. Foster, 406 West Main street.
J. A. Maoltsby of Campville and J.
W. Harrell of LaCrosse were among
the visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of-
flee, 50o per dozse, $8 per hundred.
Cash must accompany order. dawtf
J M. Manning and son, Miller, and
E. W. Foreman were among those who
left for the State Fair at Tampa yes-
terday.
The front of Dorsey's grocery had a
very finedisplay of fruits and vege.
tables Saturday night. It was noticed
by many.
H. A. Fisher has returned to Bra-
dentown, where he will complete some
brick work for Baxter & Erwin. He
expects to be absent several weeks.
Dr. J. L. Kelley, county superintend-
ent of schools, left yesterday for Tamn-
pa to personally look after the school
exhibit of Alachua county at the Fair.
J. 1 McDonald, who is now con-
nected with a large naval stores oom-
pany near Carrabelle in the capacity
of mannsgr, is In the city fur a day or
two.
Ross Mack, colored, died at her
home in West Gainerville Saturday
night, and was buried Sunday, Rev. J.
W. 'osey(of the Baptist church offi-
clating.
Perry M. Colon has gone to Mica-
nopy to look after hii naval atdres in-
,terruts. (olson ( Uay own one of the
best naval stores plants in the State at
that ioiut.
We have on sale a carl ad of mules
aid a carload of horses. We guaran-
tIe our stock and refund purchase
prior any time within ten days if same
Is not satisfactory. W. H. Thomas.
When you want a pleasant physie
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Livw
Tablets. They are easy to take and
produce no griping or unpleasant ef.
feet. Sold by all drogglles.
II I'. Il.angley, formerly of this eity
Intl now engaged in buliness in Dun-
melln., returned to that place yester-
day, after a brief visit to friends here.
Mr I.at iley has recently returned
frIm hs luinnmer home in New Hamp-
sh'rc.
I' I'edrick and son. Major, left
lestrlly folr lampa. where they will
remain until the else of the State
Fair Mr. l'edriek has a display of
buggies of his ojfn manufacture which
is a great credit not only to that gee-
tleman and the county, but the entire
Si'ae The exhibit has attracted a
great deal of atrniion.


and E litwbrty streets, and will coi. READ THIS
tinue to eontdut Ithei li6 sat t he.TH S.
lamne stand. ('t tuasvIt. .. Ts .,June 6. lil.
SThe r .. W. iHall. St. Louts. Mo.: Dear
The Fharnet Workers will meet at I loesor-lt is with plea.urt that I rec.
the hinmeof Mrs cdrck uor mend our Tes Wooder for kd
row afternoon at .4 o'lock. All who
nry and bladder trouble,. asiy wife
an shouldd atd, ah B r will and myself have both used it and ea-
be held on Friday nilht Iperinoerd wonderful relef from its
J t. Futch of Alachu a was to ih. us CABs. W. IBIaT
eity yesterday on a brief visit to h is
aaily. Hie has Jst returned ?rni A TEXAS WONDER.
8eth l Hlorl., whlero he has blen One nal bole of the Toa. WoIa
lolag after his 6Immnsae grot. I. der, Hall's Gre Dat I over. eure all
tre kidney ad blader teerble, movee
Hoc. Henry S .Chtltb left yelterrdal gravel, eara diabetes. seiinal emi
for poaltu ia outi Florida oan otiea golms. weap and Ilae bai rheua*-
bualas ee aeeted with the U'lnted tem a&d alU inl-thiat of the kid.
state lIad aee. tie expCeli to e*ey and Mader ia boa mea asd
spread Thakagiviag with his family in womeareslape, lMader trouble ta
Wiator ParL eaildrea. If a sold by roar drieagst
Remember y eaa work a horne or will be eas b6 mail eO reati at $1.
a male bought of W. I Thomu ten Ohe small botle it two msa s't tfat-
days and rtan bim. iaUsta every meant and U ld Im to pe-rfm a
sure. Dr. Iram a allete mei
esa of your me.w bU if eas tis. itur.p P. Ob. btS, WS. L0", X
ed, be we do at d Mfy lmetition dS e r eart la. etk h gJ. W.
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J. .' Tmn of Lake View -wat Io
the city yestesay and left for Tampa
on the nooa train.
Mrs.. B. Baukaight and daughter,
Miss 8I, are taking a mach-needed
rest at Wasaboota, where tbey will
visit relatives a for a few days.
0. 8 Douglass of Alachua, ond of
The San's old friends and valued sub-
scribers, was in the eity yesterday. He
called and renewed his subsription.
For Rent-Ten.room bouse on East
Main street, four blocks north of
square. House in perfect order, with
all modern Improvements. Apply to
R. B. Livingston.
Wanted-Lady or gentleman of fair
education to travel for firm of $20,000
capital. Salary $1,072 per year, pay.a
ble weekly. Expenses advanced. Ad-
dreu Geo. G. Clowns, Gainelville, Fla.
Deputy Sheriff Ja. H. Granger yes-
terday arrested at Mieanopy Tom Me.
Fadden, colored, wanted in Marion
county opon a charge of gambling.
An officer is expected for the prisoner
today.
The teachers and their friends are
going to Tampa via the old reliable
Seaboard. TiekeIt on sale November
29, good returning to &ad including
December 1. Only $4 75 for the round
trip-and you reach Tampa before
dark.
Postmaster W. A. Adams of Ro-
ohelle was in the city yesterday. He
made The San an agreeable call, re-
newing his subscription. Mr. Adams
Is probably the most youthful post.
master in the State, but is one of the
most efficient.
Friends of BloxhanaDell will regret
to learn of the serious illness of that
young man at the home of his parents,
Col. and Mrs. John B. Dell, Roper
avenue. He is suffering from hemor.
rhagic fever. It is hoped there will
shortly be a change for the better.
For Sale Cheap-Small brick making
plant, comprising one Nagel engine
and boiler, 80 horse-power Henry Mar-
tin letter "A" briek press, pug mill,
sander, elevator, hand press, shafting.
etc., all under over and been very lit-
tle used. J. M. Diekinson, Narcooesee,,
Fla.
On account of the State convention
of teachers, which will be held in
Tampa, the Seaboard Air Line offers a
rate of only 4.76, round-trip. Tickets
on sale November 29th only, good re-
turning to and including December 1.
Remember, the "Old Reliable" Sea-
board will oust you in Tampa before
dark. Train leaves Gainesville 7:36

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In these days of adulterated foods it
is well toknow thb pure kinds. Blue
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Extracts
are made from the natural fruit and
are absolutely pure.
Fred Bryson of Montbrook, formerly
of this city, came up on Sunday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. H. Fletcher, who
have been here for afew days on their
way to Diaytona for the winter.
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for sale at this ofiee, the form used in
Alachoa county which saves money in
recording. $2 per hundred or 60o per
dozen by mail. Cash must accompany
order. dawtf
Tru, IDenby, who has been in the
city for a few days to visit his family,
left yesterday for Winter Garden,I
where he is engaged in fruit and trock
growing. lie is well pleased with that
eetion of the State.
On aecoint of the State convention
of teaebers In Tampa from Nov. 29 to
December 1. the Ailantie Coast Line
will run a through coach, G(iaimville
to Tampa, for the aecommodation of,
the teachers sad friend who desire to
go- For particelars call on J A
Goodaw,. city ticket agent.
Rev F. M Hartman of Paradiee and
Rev. J E. Hudgeof Newberry were
in the cily yesterday. on their way
home rorn Antlobehebrek, where they
have j-i elrmed a eoeseeful meeting.
Rev HHodle is the petor at Morristoc
and Pheasat Hill, aad prep ated
the Harmony Miasion.
Min Juva Roe. sa aeeoraplihed
youag lady of Dayto., Ohio. who has
beea ber for tae pel few days au he
guet of Mr W R Dow. left yeeter.
day for Mia, where se will e*pe
the water. Mis Ra im te of he ao*
eiety leaders a her O hio b iad
made maay lteile deuia ber May
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