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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 30, 1909
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: VID01312
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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GVI, NQJi GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1909. TIEN ONTS A
Nl ^RICHARDStON UMMH11 ARREST.
-GETTING MAiiKn ^yv.Chrg. MAY FORCE GOMEZ TO
ed With Shooting at Waters.

READg OR CONGRESS 0:="h :: RETIRE AS PRESIDENT
DVateri, a hunter, on his place at
R CON GRVE]Da yville a few daysago J. 11. Rich-
ardson, a well-known oltlaM and farm __
or of the Dayville octUon, was ar-
Se Senators Have Ald ready sted by Depy Buton and N"r Have Becoe DIed d FmI
SWith a ies and Secretair. Richardson wa released uponay of O
.' .and later came to the city, where the
OiTON, Nov. M- .i!l the French Embassy building. It will c Ae wa compromised without resf o. HVANA. Nov. 39.--Not sia the the rcoevening Ot eoagte1. Whb
b is over ibut *. P eclipse in grandeur that of the British ing to the County Judge's Court. The downfall of the adinstratioa th declared their igntede a '1
06 Coagr- .-N" tIbausy In Connecticut avenue. The aLtter was amicably adjusted, an Mr. President Palma has the politla t lat aning ti atie vo amp ga agaa
b rapidly AIW latter has been for a long time the Rihardson evidently proved to Mr. mosphere of Cuba been more obscure lte ad lnlsattaoo.
| Congrermssa most Imposing diplomatic residencein Waters that it was no Intentlon to and more laden with suggestions of Probably the mot serious eslu i
kO, secretaries i Vashington. The British Government shoot at him or his dog. but merely trouble than It is at the present time. ion t hat the praident o I w b
SseMlson pro t wAs the first to buy the grout d and to try and "scare the hunter who The re-established republic Is asarely l that iressltg fro th e M lS
I sot exciting. build a home for its representative had encroached upon potoed land. unie months old, and already rumors failure of afrta to e t~ a a
jol, be replefs ltb at Washington a and for a long time Both the plaintfand defendant are have become persatont that some way to .
i habitually p r. the British Embassy building was the well known in this section,. and mu.- l being sought to secure the retire.- 4bos of VieePrMd.et tNyas.
4d from os i- '16 It tlost commodious of all the diplomatic tual friends are glad to know there ont of rrelsident Gomes. either by Another dilsqsll feature the
tided w'ith ooVet l A residences. In recent years, however, will be no ill feeling over the matter, peruas on or by compullon. ad sitatlo's the rea i a
Ution, thatdof the Wa4 dosen or more residences of million- which hi now understood. place Vice-President Zayas at the heed the for ate foRl t ma tr .
nement, Is expected ie. aires and multi-millionaires have n the nation. step prelallaryP toe gt a6t t
, uad it s maid t eclipsed In spaciousness and elegance bill in the House of Repreeetitaitileu hen general omea received the were takes at at meUati atofab e
m any a 5,04 .* i. he home of the British Embassy. It looking to the purchase of reside l.cs post of chief of malistrate at the men In the provnlee of Otietei. tar'
o these will, hdb ba still, however, held the first in foreign capitalaa homes of repre nd of Governor Malloon, the fol. some weeks past, Havana has ba e
k families, and t d sa place in its class. No other foreign sentatives of this country at foein lowers of Vice-Preldent Zayas stood the mecea for local colored Isst
im the hotels and qubafsy can compare with it. Now, courts. It is difficult to make the shoulder to shoulder with those of t1t1 from all sections of the Island, who
I have a full copl~~Dh however, the one planed by the average America realize the Import- preldent. and even the conservative have come to confer with UeMatot
During the summer eS French govLrnment, and wilch will ance of having our foreiu;n reprt.~eta- opipomirtn lrit ih ald ~k.talned the Morta Delsado. president of the lea.
hiding, especially of a art be built iJmost entirely of miaturial ties established with dignity and eli banner of Oeneral Menocal in ht l i and acknowledged leader of his
a has gone on More rilfd. brought from France and the French gance as to their place of reIdth" uc atulit of the previousP summer lnt rn,.e, In whose honor a rt idrme t. dU
Ohington than darug"*oy provinces, will eclipse In spaclousniits abroad. The average tureigHtr., evet him their loyal supitrt, In the de- o tcatoun was reatntly held Ii Havana.
immer and many 'otibmo and elegance that of Great lr;tali. if lie is an Intelligent Parisla., l.on termnuation to give the new admilnls The grievance of the ngrae is that
Intent houses have bet The French Embassy building will doner or lPerllner, Is so accu' toned station a fair trial. That they regard they have nol beeB aecfded t he
they are no sooner ltlihe potcupy ground on Twenty-stcond and to judging by exterior appearance the trial as a failure ls evidenced by number of o .ffe to Wlah they feel
are taken up by a Decatur streets. It will have a front- that be is incapable of appreclatng their manifesto issued shortly before thit they are entitled,
Shave con ior age of 385 fe t on one street with or respecting a nation or a people un. -. -" ,
e a:;artnment iS a depth of 213 feet, and It will ipe il he hah bet.. IImreited by a favor
of hou:es lisailj b ea surrounded .by lauda cape gardens Fuchl ble hiiie-evts.ene. It i just as Ira. m
c.ks. ny of thta Sold. as are peculiar to the more imposing por!ant to the Nation tlat we shallll
1 Increasing In popa)atle residences of Fra:.. .v a tS specially *'x" t a g oo' apiwaran-e. ur, a. tl,. ,r "e
St inr tit if Par. ryPlg is, y lut our betut ft forwa Lrd
ublendir to the great cap*. P s abroad. ri .t t ito the fatally that Dfl
* world. PalatUbq.se It will be remembered that Repre- ".lohnhy shall have hi falce washl. Cr lUs
Sbut,. others qro 1.thM tentative Longworth from Ohio, the his heir combLd and li sl t wstrit
onntruction. One q'of son-in-law of Elx-President Roosevelt. *, 1 Il(, i* :ent to school
itcumus of these will be during the last session presented ao of fA811VII.I.E. Tm... Not, v 9.-Iee to p optu ;fnd )w mnd lales l to t '
A p- iidnit of tihe united Ste will i'ibher, a prof'ei'onal baseball player, oound J',:t as Mr. 1*-its entered the
have to al .ti.ut two nnbahS.adors i wa a rret.d liie yesterday afternoon do'r .of his daIdo.ti->.' ro;N,,. Ittrao.*
tu early date., o ae to Great tritaui r tld roofes 4.d to hav glg robbed the ed by their cilto'. Tie rob'-.r evapr
S D disease and other to France; a.. ad lo,'1o ho ne t T. Ilv in. a prominent ed, hot from the o g description
ibly an an o bat-ador to rerua.y tio business manu. lturday nilht. The furnished by te Young women the
.lOay an a"iba"sador to Germauy t"
burglary wan a most unusual one. oI,' s6,ne 16.4 sed him yesterday.
aucgt atnd o ut ry and n b wu v id at th e various ombas-les ileWn ai- surely ransacked the room of Misses on IPlay,'4 ill with ti Athea4, AlU
G a gtoa It is not eusy e to find a Nasule and L*illan lewis, wible the teamn ai ladopaudent profmtesl a
-ba dador fully qualiIed for tee mS ladies lay in betd uad feiBed lub,
istia 131, by ProL to~ a alllum fungi, or molds, as posts. Thirty or forty Yrr ago tihe lpt. emetppms tbelr a tlarm ad rt hera was talM. ht, tfte Miesa pe r
Florida Agriatiwtah e are usually called, a softeling Amerieans sw old enough to be .. cle frt. they aMu d ls ie s t4mrd a y teoe. mmd pal-
Iou, alia atteiUona ta place, buit is tnot coni0ned tothe bassadors were lna school. It u taste s role, farINM th e r y tMi tlvely dMt te wbl y the m MI me
ae 'bich hasM attatea4 stha nd. A moldy odor Is percept- of little importtM* that teshould l after, hait m thy l y out ter M4 a c tesw r mnde is the pNNer pie
ties and tanr s ilS Ib; nd, as the rotting progress, know y other than the ntli by te s ia Ave w ke t V pa Bets i ,s e ad Mew r va
Othii Statel. atewg agrees or blue mat of fungus spor guage. The representative at the trdyV bSor aM eIat a fte t a isag id tb a S o-- "
0relathie to tg ag l Mno prodg Court of .t Jameas pa g lo tvrer m d hlie.ad h ta rss erat e or.V
fr i t. ad 4 laeaM "M!er.e.oplet1 examination of the well w~ghout a knowldge of ezmim M grt s hed is a--r-lry.
nd b' every IoeW4 diseased fralts showed t that orth o. s-and, although Mr. WhitejawRl t.g sti gIh AA be st I> 1 t b l ad U r.
m*rt ha fie yr Mae emd tisaee was filled with colorless anissidf to Prace tem year ~i ~ ~* wi^ et p-e g mu M s i u ,
serious hiBs 4t liagu thaeads, which branched many and Aliled that post wtth credit. it io a Iigh te sa -7m eigs Ietharud Th ay afteuagess ad
15 n d tasagersf Jti te This fngus is different from doubtful itf he ca speak Freach RUt UlsW few St ft seemed e be-foe be friesis sad eighteo gaiN
8 ante tan orq A ay ,t feond la conectilorn with rot.- as well as the presmet rreac Amb h i ti.gi et e m Iehe bm m as*e s--
it apPears fs h i fruits, and it apars to ador. Mi. sJiMi i W S *Wh asrme ref .lt lr ct io r t iA ^ e WW tAr
*titr of Irdl. stf expIereimets are ta progress dos to Pus eer. aWhlt sad OGeasMil e a- ._ e-5 h l UId 1 ade I a d pt ae
elert ( Wit e hls polt. Poster, bMU spb Rash Semily. A ge'i i ,- nB e ge ..... Ue -by_ a m-d ei ge i
.IA trme, .As he pato ogist has e t yet had b ,anaps a qsnW sle a the yas S q .E_.., ea gy Sigs .


".Sdto Sm sema yto momeser huats St misittym mmbe e spusen VU
grove am"amorolof this diseae. be me NO, SanYM9 bO ;* sam~A t arisI~ .
The the fta au etmrswhile atthe rw mum"An bb h as
Lh~the .mu. Owtrmes museew s tamWe an iMake hew to 1 odlaliuiW
bwbos oAkIN p-01-e ta" @Purimylag with bewI eiermdwh o a the I~
ftfta b"h b tbdmamuwois a opornism so INthe pllwWIEK
bw Umft dWW So &uew f m s "omwyehrthaw& -Is adalme .OWs
isMr. Son M9Vmt- d
*6 so Edo aastudy Vatwe Sd s sMr. fSa hlaw. Noanhseme unts go.a w ysi ~ u ~
4 tPa b W*t rWUe*" ad bothW&rep In ft m& he a.IT
ft.. sa VA matwealt te a* t VAofwhb" pw'~ s a
da sf oapswmiof be ftein"" *eb" f h, t oa mW
he is Op 0 tlW sbaed rn&f the nohrn is te m00 hs orOwb i ___ go
40 Pe lw eIs tft"ASSbyd by is'. esOn% to .w1~Ow s. ieia" mw% v .s. e
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Jim Wlthespoea. &a welW-kows ne.
gro retauramt keeper who has been
sosaed I conmdutilng a sal restm
nut and cold drink stud at the cor-

S MasM treat or the bodat and a
O moOdaUo s obwr m athe Gov.
M oamnat blildig, has folded his test
mad "aou My eakhed tway, leaviah
his landledy In debt.
.Withspo ev o e tly had an eyo
h to buieos, as he realsed that there
wusld be omastmrable tratme aaO
S the ay laborerm e o a ve voMmt
libtdWa. sow adr ouvmn of we*
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day laborer lame is eAplagred
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&abarew6t dolng eW Wl as hs stove
was a mustasi eihteen ouro of the
tweaty-four. aWt Jim could met with.
stand the preutrty at eidsl his of-
Sest, and 4dly deemed to take
S orroe leave. with those who bad
trete4 him with the has to bold.
At i8s 0ame. bet the oaly artie
rosey at ar te boady amd pro-
em or. as the was e to lata
Jtm novor even tao the UIe to
make up his bed std' ave the liHome
o slooed shape.
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Smo at aut the orw"es md
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bem alghty bAthl. It Se Seldom
*mt O W aVMa 014 OW als 4
alaoter *ad a few la baeftor eke
wa dIsMid bm" er tinoa rem ark
lasb flee sul he hbad bver
out 1 ost Ilote hard i a rst weak,
whoa a'tae.eamsed a the trouble.
T7e tlm*t eid Uts bet, and thfae was
no "essting or fumingl" as agi6eer
lArson declared It was the most
faithful engine be had ever pulled
the throttle on.
"You know I love old ," Mr. Lar-
s o. aid. because s* hab always
ben so reliable. I have been masta
of that aginre for several years, and
f she falls to go you may put it dow
hat It o not her fault, baee as a
rule she always palls as In on tBoe.


To aesot y health. TM woNSt
as at yoW eama be lW y of atIs
to allow e itlyatit blUouase
or #ay liver or bedl troe e to to '.
tiamu ft is po1 Inam your tWre
syte dm a ea tow and m rim
orotn -disemse. Take oftard's
Berbme sad set absolutely wel.
The sure am for may ad all trou
bie of the stemash. Mwl sd bowels.
Sold by W. U. JOSab

town % New ary s
V. 3 Toa*h the clever and sue-
cesifl travU "* a"l tWr shos,
bs retured ti h to Oeova.
whe has bee t te t nt tore of
hiso afm n the past few wleek. r.
Teach tels as lntoresttag tary of a
football mS mbetwee Way re afNd
pt- a.. em TblaNvO
whlth is worth the while to hear. as
he has wovOeIS to We u rtoa Poetry.
ft will rWee to y" the story of
the Meme4i eat ettaend the pSlayIg
of the t"o festal tem.

TO Ofi0 A COLO IN ONB DAY
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po"tlare t th fvt r t pei dv io,
be that th" whole lowe eor bm ft
pisoope aleetory will b1 glt ~
to 'this purpose. There. n ga es, t
song and ero lay, they mat od
high Caratral, and di, to4w am a p
portunity to lavest their dime ta


A HaW Premath buape.

have a sugh or M sad 4 n1 uta
thinking g.Itb oM A telf yo
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Domterl 1* AL Pafw ,hop. to
Jfer t iotU liko Md tp n r tatAih

Pries aa seetn pame Per sboenle.
alm b1 Wt o. Jo.- -ha


Judge ILA. Pismell. cur pwpr at-
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week. "i .ell Is a native of

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eterea aisO be will nver sumead.
aor the vot that mhis ears. was
just. I war he was a brave Mliier.
retirting with th hwors of a eap.
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dW s OPENED WITH GOOD CROWD.

Patrons Show Appreciation of C. W.
S Park Dramatic Company.


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years, making
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SThomaus to.

Toney factory #A e
enterprise s -1011
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The factorIy UtaOth
N. ntinss, whiBW 4dte<"
gti hsl hDis e5 11
over to 'i th
-who sold It to tOW PaWN
. C. & E. A. TrowId .,
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allowing oftoears ort tf en
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C. C. Trowbrlde, & eoftary
mrer: E. A. Towlbridge


purpose of the newP enter-
greatly Increase its capacity,
number of elgar olakera
played from the beginning.
]Jeverishnes and AMingr
to:n Malarious conditions,
e'ereating, try Hickg Capa.-
reduces the fever $ad re-
aching. It's lquidM-'10 25
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Notwithstanding that there was a
' *Ocus aud other attractions in Gaines-
Vilie Monday, the big tent of the C.
W. Park Dramatic Company was %vill
filled to witness the production uo
that four-act comedy drama, "Rich-
tnoad." This was a play full of pa-
thos, as well as magnificent scenery
andtq n, and those present showed
their appreciation by hearty applause.,
There la no denying the fact that Mr.
Park, who is a general favorite per-
sonally and professionally here, al-
ways draws the crowds. From the
big audience last night no one would
have ever dreamed that the city was
toll of attractions for this date.
SThe show was a continuous one,
Sthre being many specialties between
r 1D acts. Sam Park and his clever
Srife (mam has joined the ranks of
f the Benedicts since last here) Edna,
* were good, of course. The Baunas
comedy team were better than many
S -our people have been accustomed
to seeing, while the Graham trio, con-
Sprising the father and two "kidlets"
Sof two and four years respectively,
Were "s good as anyone would want
to see. In all, Mr. Park has got the
h beat show this season that he has ever
bad--and that is saying a great deal.
Tonight the four-act comedy drama,
I"Tl Girl Prom Texas," will be pre-
II tste2d and those who fail to see the
r play may regret it afterwards.
. Aside from his show, Mr. Park Is
I receiving a genuine old-fashioned wel-
t come here, for the people of Gaines-
a ville have learned to like him so well
t they are glad to see him anyway.

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Hair


For many years the clever women
of Paris have been famed for the
magnificent beauty of their hair.
"Olerious hair," a Virginian calls
it; 'so radiant and luxuriant that it
not only attracts but fascinates, aund
compels unstinted admiration."
But now that the elite of New York,
ever anxilus to improve their
beauty, have learned that Parisian
Sage, a remarkable and anmolt imar-
velous hair nouris.:er and beaucti er
is almost entirely responsible for the
charming hair of the ladles of France,
Lhe demand for It has become enorm-
oua.


A Philadelphia chemist hlio analy-
i zed Parisian Sage said: "it is the
ideal dressing fur the hair. The in-
gredients are so Fcientiflrally combin-
ed that Parisian Sage is first of all a
- hair grower, because It surely de-
stroys dandruff germs, and tiourishe%.
the hair roots.
"Second. It puts life, substance and
brilliancy into the hair, which Im-
proves the attractiveness of any one.
"Third, It is very delicately scent-
ed; is nx a particle sticky or greasy,
and does not contain one at6n of any-
thing that could possibly injure scalp
or hair."
Parisian Sage Is now sold all over
America by progressive druggists,
and In Galneaville by W. M. Johnson.
who is glad to guarantee It to eradi-
eate dandruff, stop falling hair and
Ihllag scalp ain two weeks or money

Priee M eats. Made in Amerkca
by Giros Mtrs. Co.. Buatflo N. T.,
who 11 mall orders. The girl wth
liS Aubert hair Is o, every peeka.


L A Sed Ad""rtlent.

in thi ety. Mr. Kom. is tO
sw aysofull 0 a th
Oweepsaf.Ithqis&Phure-eOW
eaMrs. alttore. and, w1 1lehbb
tteewley dmrnsaot brome Oakwes
vfts bemoed thatbe hW soneesma-
f~ft repuihg Ginsbilleput out by
d Bom Osldd Oew"eto
as treia se wem"

Eh is be kthe bat he *Tor
..yqhe I. lfeso matier -where.
YOWWO ilm Usls.oekintwhich have

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Ask Paint -
The only way to'lI
is to ask questions. .
deal about paint which W'
property-owner should ktnow < h
not know.
We have some interesting as welt 4 1
beautifully llustratw t booklets, tol tc t
the man who pays the bills ought to* gWb ,
about paint.
Cut out thi advmtisment and
and It to u or shaply ask w
Painatng Outit No. M sad we wIl
Wendyoua lttlepackage ofpeal.


NATIONAL LCAD COMPANY
111 3I dwyI N1w Y ark


THE REVIVAL IS CLOSED.

Large Congregations Aseembled at
Methodist Church sunday.
The First Methodist church Sunday
night was filled with one of the larg-
eat congregaUtion ever known in Its
history., the occaslon being the closing
exercises of the evangellattc services
which have been In progress t hreo for
the puat two weeks.
The song service wasr fnae. It last-
ed for half an hour, after which Rev.
Dr. Christian delivered an excellent
sermon, taking as his text St. Matthew
10:42: "And Whosoever Shall Give to
Drink Unto One of the Little o(nes a
Coin P8 PMA W.- #--- f -a., aL_ .- .


for Pensacola, having bos asumamed
to appear as important witaese be-
fore the United States Court at that
point.
These gentlemen are witnessee In
certain land matters, sad teay be ab
sent for several days.

If you want a cook try a wvmt ad.


NEW BAIRD THEATRE

Friday. Dec. 3rd
SONE IOHUT ONLY!


Cup ua u4 water. unly in ithe Name
of a Disciple, Verily IBay 'nto You. A obur
He Shall in No Wise lose Ills Re- YJ A C O urn
ward."
Dr. Christian delivered a mot ex-G greater
cellent discourse along the line of this IWeate
text, and at the close all felt better i
for having bAn present.
Dr. Chrlitlaii and Prof. Mllam. lead- |TI
er of the choir, left Monday afternoon
at 3:30 for Oeorgia. their home. -.- -. .. .. .:=
, Everyone who attended these meet-
insK feel that they have proved great- An AN W eI l COW|" ST Mrit I
ly beneficial to the city, and it was I'reowntinir an Entite New Iliah- ral*I
with a source of regret that they bade !'m'rariis with 'lie lFEwt tFI ItIiftm *
the evangelist good-bye. Pant r'ttinii etter Fen" thn !I w Bt*Vlle
.-- --la, (1iasmattilt'g "Yo r a.u1,)y',
Off to Pensacola. Worth or Your Mfony 'Park "
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the I'nited Stattes land offh'o, Captain
Antolne Paul. chlef of field staff of
this division, and 81pecial Agent Parks,
of the general field staff. left Monday


TIKE MMI bURMT CORK AGGRT A.1
T1014 ON TRE ROAD I

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Overdrsfts .... 00090f0a...00 $. 423.59# SwurluS
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and P..169&
County Bon&s 206O5000
Cubamh ndigbt sad BW*
Kzoang...1 10,A63.80 317,840.78 U.S8. D"~

$705t,192.0M

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A haAA 3 a .. ee *3eS8* R AY, Nov. 25th. '
too. ass jg ause 5Srt*> *55,0 5 ui o.w'oe sew ,erttr ^ o'. ,,to mak- I w, eight ?. S,00. pW*i, iin,
|rmS*. t .. ,ma; but lt is t rndwillly,..h moh notd jookeye of both ConU
UW atbMMS Ale gg ^j^3g.eh'Sa s Je.o ostaandaerde that it _______
,- a NO foNr O Wtrnt 1 bulm~e .io* ?T, 6seo to 0w a m e ue d
| 4 1 *:v the u apmurla m ar. ^ ^ T as r is ****f* aYSeiem -% .wG PA Y, blov 25t h. 00 Amy p S s ad
S W *- traSMeu~suMital am*t h "ts mea Mi ,wouhr. usba UM pit e i .O
IO Per W M aE^5^at SO' p 0W yeattei d ond j fge wor yourself as to
.Th, e ghtm'le ship ual, Wbhih is ate tq ay that dlagm th past few ~ sed- o- the 1900 pui. wuth morhlit of ak O, ai i to see that the best peopi
Stehe W3 aw' Oea. Oo^i Maseabhue g, ,i~.t^ teu iu6od'mai lm;,tor ^ eotr pafronis6 the q~rt and that racing brings 1
|. ^.oo BO. : umN o, n ?t ,sa h t nds of people aud m!hioof dolars to the State.
', hurned IIds, aMI w81 ea&e at ieasrt wa ean draw heavily ,pos W "mrt sixtoee ho a day.
Sto avM d4afroan shoals, Barope, sal t be to P Wt s be e,
. -eh at We1t -Id raesse st for ima Ee, n t cy. Tht hese races at Monoref Park. BOARD, OF DIRECTORS:
A y .A A. WMkb slm 1 .0. No ean our foreign levtmets Jaov, drama thuaad
hond' a h ooike upon M assa2 g m q visitors to Florida eier than T. V. Oahbn, Pres.; H. D. Brown, Vice-Pres., Gen. 1
Ta re i o n to 1Mortn* who of Ba.sseal tre.sth tr thee Ivest- o i F. Potot, "B.-'Treu.; Joeph H. Pattereon, F. P. I
~eapreases gpela4 regret that fmer ments are largely i. Casf Meicoo
,. ftator 'm i Nl oth t a caddaef and South America;, and the rate of
Sla the primsarti of ll0, and that aan trade eIpa0sion lt Canada I at A I"
I' Oe &a B. DBaley. The Gmral M to make it vry diIIft for as to .
'a sImply "'tc~la" for another op. draw gold raom there, whereas the s
portunltyr to atan hib cannon one suppll- of gold iu South Am&fleWa are J osmevllhe, Florida.
S ore upon his fellow townsman. nmit.ed, and the demand great. *
.- ., On.,the other hand, our Indebted Wi" I ilOP .A. "NT PL.3AI
S And now The Penusaeoa News show IIa to Oteat Briain s io treat that ttRate, 1.0 per day and up. tath
's.*rptom of doubtuna Governor Brow* it gives her ample power to draw upo .ellwer and ce nm oeonnection.
arid'i itent ion of runng for the Se. us to f ce the needs of either e MAAGE
SNoext thi we know The New domtIe sn her 8oth Amerolca & P. TiAOOARD MANAGE
'wi. be flatterdlg Itaelf that 0o0. tUeU ithoigI Jhe would doubtlesso __ __ _i i iii__ _ _ini ii___
loat' adi daey has soared the be qult* loath to M this pow wA
Swhole flook of candidate out of the to the aiactory rate of in
S-- G S. Merchant & Co.
d to W.... sf-- To what stat we sha I ead b to some
eeria v upon to mMae a tae eta ofalfl sBOth AD DECT ORS
ee. s.rp s to peope th..e ^ m in In *W e .. t . Staple a Fancy Crocerie,
r I o all over the os atry, ad It is have eo m o iox toewd to p i |he n rr l t, k nde ed qd srtl" I eand
e ooaseded to tbe thest app~tad ^< Tt |o kq Vial t hne e. D.BGrow SVie *r eTtslxen.
Strek to the attre oabth. The det- uo S a sra tA w whlikey whgc ye, i. AI. fLOJA.
I": is thr w o e inotluooirt o of flmhrcbeasepstbor Oethsat-iF. J.ipP6,eil' MAJU, IIP ....son.F... 1
Stag riag Is kept free of "temt." sad alm ost fft tS^S t5t I mry e t ARe.N. SOUTS e b lUAeeeme. sINEVILL. fL .oal
It *3-- 1 o w bu o trge d I Se medges go a paM rt Eggs *hsendetu
Yarythinge I1on to eor 1tro t our tWaelarg we owe lynwftWo hmel whisl _
9 ne. Even the color tua ti WoMM ammetan fifty milwiiety dl .n Cc
Sdraw there, wM w hfe w ave tg evera a n olt A qhe Bay. A. Omar0ots ta, rya Miro C
S f Mor sm _at are But what&evr may be the mve. e Me l ait N y the Very
i meats of Itbw got or y capital la th gfrw oMatE'Y
t eithe rigg" or nots heoapmediate ofturm, the estate owt oar eas________* t______
Po wrethpothe.f.ol ..townsne. l debt e.phasaed the facts tha i
from DeanetteMays over the Thir t t britain iore sad more____________ _
A ditriMt ater he has e Mve r bt e a Saneaal ualt that we have *a mc I i I
tetmorte reor4 tn rord *dwua the S .. -._ .._ ..__._ unw th the .3


f*00lletlo ft 'the Ur"' &At fW ~roseariYty fAmerica. I _____ __
fte TW feuld aoug D4*ememata- AMAjjDWVOML' In the Ocha01 We mi wehpreV~nuta dim"~l
dith 6 damUSIt will be Wehe mm 7%b? t 1040d hrawit jg.9-o(nd -I'- in4.Urwsf'
We.anoft he" curebyleU'. (bane.rinyourA I nd p J@emun
last Slardaymirat, as thf "Goose a c., 'rme.. 0
a~nwA dethering, eier
all bel In thybHWn oafil Y
MS cater llour veaL y, anewe.. by hisw eatbills.,t
ohm" s" aWhea h F RMle&ECOs. 1*4.0.a ,ofmillion; d~
L l V"we ati Itab F J Obv wo*ka16 ea N
mmth &mawmA m4Malr bmaof sree f te q
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"tdo b mpe atummha *othe be. deft "to MM "iby Wall YOut p
b ism 00 gd ** was Sometrdaf u*Sw..mkw DUTI
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m'r IILY SUN: R.Ur~ a
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PRISONKiS TO CAMP.
NDI EST O ? Jim Mulberry an1d 00r"h Cato Must
INniG TiOnu 9 erve Ti,,, a, Holder.
Jim lberry, olot., 'as convict
Ied of the crime of9 sellg liQuor with-
out a license at the recent term of
t the Circuit Court and Was sentenced
per day. to four months at hard labor in the
Convict camp.
e, eX In Justice Sealy' ort at Alachbua
mouth a it was decided that Goodrich Cato
0te. past th* ;I S had stolen some cotton. and Justice
office. Sealey sentenced him to spend sixty-
Sve days in the ooanty Jail, which
Hgat. ""*aq'd r Ht of .eans that, tna*t fk as the county
im. W. L 'iA-i leases out the ervttew of the prison
S r tly r l I. -"rs, he must put ta tht0 much time
d IR at the mines at HoMer, Citrus county.
--- The men were tkm there yester-
ood of T YSPEPS IA? day by Deputy ShwEi Bruton, and
e a of fralto heI ..enes,. after which they may decide
$2C,00 for t1k kbe tre. and mysterloun cases that has ever to "be good" and let NMer and cot.
SC IO *.Q beoo known in 8L AugusUne. ton alone.

aC, eetiy H. R. Herrick of LaFayette county, Cetrni Msilatea.
to to I br a who recently purchased forty acres Next Prday, De. 32 at the Baird
,st tPri otl of lad from the Knight Bros., in Theatre, Cobura's Greater Minstre s.
In A LaRe City. Homestead, will soon make a vast not only the bgeMt but one of the
----*--* Ichange in the place, which at pre- best attractionsuIna la stiely. Maa-
I s MCO. ita lal eat is nla good condition, with a young ager Coburn Is too well known for
Swas a p $~ r grove on It. and will hf've a splendid comment. and his ewellent company
oen CawI gr Ia i t crop of fruit next year. aMea. ttle beter t one of
EI.-dMd .rii1 lisfiland a little better, P wiUna one ao
o 1 A ad educational rally wa held the cleanest, most eno able -and roll-
---- ln Milton last week, at which about able old-time minstrel ow I Amer-
b schooll two hundred people were present. In ovau. v illa tu res and medy nu
med an aM;Mr. Holloway's talk he mentioned the i a.
Irma Drsva iswm r. necessity of hanger t coolw, berm. without a stage objectionable
l ttla. Id a s pl word or ation. It is a rollick .
lhy volley b buildings. He said that In West F hustling firdcam attreaTon. hard to

SI school houses. I n the whole State nsed performer, M above all, a
Swth th k the are about flfty. gentleman. That they are both is as
a South Pnorl'ft~q ..vba t nsred by methods and personality of
that city this wk S.agn4in; The largest pine raft that ever the management This to an abio
Wve purchased tRh ditferent reached the Apalachicola market ar- lutely clean and enjoyable perform-
| Jacksonvlle suburban prop- rived there last Monday. It was put ance which you will r ogret missing.
Ina the Chattahoochee river Just be. The best instrel show of the season. M
low Eufala. Ala., and was piloted Next Friday at the Baird Theatre. 4
Sto have a nw buin down the river without a mishap. The
iseteral fvne prew blc raft contained 180 logs, and measured
Several ft 4 at tl.' rckr '6,624 feet and averaged 4S4 feet. cnt t l you In word what th
srch street Oage e- Tro sre I Pe l It trouble Is;: but if its complexion gets
will soon be ellemenced Tarragona street in Pensacola in pasty, it it gets o weaker and weaker.
o. on to be paved with brick. Thlb loses esh and is crou and peevish.
t-~ street has been a bone of contention you can be certain that it has worms
Gladys Adins' ofS wa between the city and the Loulsville Give It White's Cream Ver"mifae
to. sir. l Ie r cI^ ww ^and Nashville railroad for the past guaranteed harmless. .xpels the
to Mr. Bernard ClIde Perra y. / guaranteed haratsms. nxpel, thI
oGa., last week. Th wed- twelve years. and now it hi to be pav. worms and puts the baby nto a healthy
k lce at to Method ed, thus settling the que'tlon of tlh( ormal condition. Sold by W. M.
pace at tw glthodlst o ,ity attempting to compel the railroad oho
Ssltarke and was sald to be i. keep the street in assable,condll .....1
prttty one.. ion. The Luul.vile aund SNajhvlll. Jealousy.
I igus filgnfd it-. I:tcntiun of pa'. M "MuUy's new hnt 'o rrf~'ly mhide
it Park was s*ecoted by th f share of tLe rvtret. 0o.1"
(gorgia and Florida Conference - I't' i!t llore hldi',' th U lin\ I
kliuts for a camp'Zrouud and .. 're nlwia. ,aayl :.'* n things about
Sfor a college. R r L. Dow--- tThe schooner Ira of Pensacola., 5 IaMy."-lthiladdlh l. lee.Iger,
ior a college. R.c Dowl- ns, with a crew of four men, left ...
e he conference a valuable Apalachcola on Oct. 2st with a load Clever nie tare oid. but they at$
an for the purpo. of lumber bound, for Key West. On not the be the night of Oct. 23rd a gale of wind
Thlrbday two negroes, Mack struck the Ira at a point 75 miles of Harsh physics react. weaken the
Sand Ed Peterson. had some Cedar Key. The main mast was waw-. cause chronic constipation.
Swile' loading a wagon In broken and the rigging and sails fell nDoaa' gul(ets operate easily, tone
Lad after an exchange of a off, and the deckload of lumber was the h cpre costilpatot. -i.
Clinton stabbed Ptron washed overboard. It ix spid that Ask your MQUIst for them.
'mck. from which the latter sx days later, wben the crew reached ,
I very few mlant ia8 St George Island, they were scarcely he a calling ars.
is.._ man wsee yfodable to walk. having starved so long. l;b...
es f t. AR st.a, sadr. IMPORTANT TO LAND OWNERS. I I
8 Hospital U .n.COmlo. The Galnesville Elevator contains
-as--" -- -, I.,mportant note to land owners that. -
tax deed will issue to certain lands ,.
W---ow VWAtn. In Alachua county if not redeemed |l.
f r0-a ntry attg prior to December 27th. 1-09. Thee Ii I
c aus y le bkads were sold at tax sale on the
ligncttom 'lsa In by the United land-evelop- _lI
^^Crlhig--4.o" -I M" Copn and if you Inas1e rt.
equmit. suell leo t yoor property go to sae or
o4 ia nutritihve a'ls ~kS if the same was sold through some it -I
cookuis ct (alledCO. misCtake, you should at once take the ".I
.ad iatis mach e io n omS e I instance the land is assememd
.Astij. frct, ~eeit l a ow uer unknown.
t use of ce mefd -i' -c-- Io-
bewi ite ia ay .C mrIl Still a "Lyer." AINlSVILLf FLORISA.


S Charte Harris, for two seasons Cp i ................. IM
Splaylg ball with the famous MOak .
a Hals, and owWe o the boys who "made Sirpl ............* _.--.
UiF. T r, 1- g dV all the time. has bwen In th
*0 dI city for t f pea two or three days oaee 11
ag nis M with fried M s.
SOCprtme ow tlMs a goopd job. as We L TMshee, Pr M.t
isthNT ST bat a"""r for a MNew K.Dre ami vW A .
.ST a s- .anfaartt oeer w. TT.,, S ,end V.silgt.u
wIth hIuA In Jagebnvlle L D. r,ow. IO.
.,j U &e& do sao wmesI fa-r a Ags -
Ish teo Ir "e '6 0ere s :"Ib
f fek~ ht Uo tOeaw t*at *e U
lAW b he has s ecred a .P m a L e. 4 om
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Pis tsif t b% WW.,' ,il" willgive us an euoftous quantity of Vhi.k,
&Ws by "aI t '00o. OAn I toito el very lon-atdito Intend givingthe be"iefitfof inir
M MA newiM eof t" 44honsma, ftft DWt "Pue 1sIti Whfite ao l Yellow Corn Whiskey-Express Prepaid
Club WaselidM Ulr, . B.aier's -.et O.. 21 a ZGaL 3Gai. 4a1.--4Qts. '8Qt.. Li,
fre"00'e.l* wiw ed 4 ur .'A D6101i$1.~.0.l 53.15 $6.O $6.60 $.10 $4.00 $,,.
tor*"r ENtheA R A Qlt ....2.10 4.00 ,.oO 7.50 3.40 4.60 .. ,
MNpedres." The oezt m ettng wime E I ftP 1"Mt QuaBtOy C ..... 3.45 4.50 8.75 8.75 0.70 .5.25 77- 1
k- 1-1.8 a I%- a& -- V- -.- --.


- WI WW -* pe Ud 51 LD. J. r re i'Ufl eIaenc, Pure Rye or Bourbon Whiskey-Express Prepaid.
S6 eaideae,: a0. iGal. SoaI. I4al.-4Qts. 8Qts. I9t, <2 (

The Columbia (8. C.) BStte, la it Quality B ...... .40 4.5 6.00 8.00 2.60 4.73 .
Ieasu of November 24th, announce s Quality C ...... 1.05 5.0 7.00 9.50 3.00 5.7;
the elottIon oi( Go, K. Taylor a. h rMWte or Yeleow Corn Quarts 6's-Express Prepaid.
of that telt, ata salary of $1,00. po r Mis No Quality A ................. $ 4.50 $..75 $1,
Soannum. Mr. TIb lor is the youmagt Q. lltyB .................. .60 5.20 7.75 1;
bother of W. B. Taylor, of (boe Bird l tA, BookL lliEf ottlod ta Bond Whiekies and High.rnde Blends-Express Prepaid.
Hardware Co., and Is well remember- gal, bt. 4 full 12 fall I gal.bot. fill
S ed by many GalOeivtile people, among S Ql fi ts. QtL. '
whom be lived for several year. He Sunny Brook ... $4.0 .$5.00 $12.00 Overholt ........$4:.o ..-0 i
ha for the past four years been s d CtuS t it ,, Old Osca Pepper 4.0 00 13.00 T. B. Ripey...... 4o ..04 .
And Olr toOIk of Jaeelry Manager of Lorick & IAurance, an Mellwood ....... 4.O0 5.00 12.00 Woodford Club .. 41 ..
And our stock of J ewely xs tensavo hardware Institution In Co. Lyndale ........ 8.90 4.00 11.00 Old Mtl~rayer.... ;
Swith beautiful d of lumbla, where he has steadily grown t ewla" 6 ....... 40 65.00 12.00 Marr.. iill .... 4"
alive with beliul goods of ,in public vor since taking up h i 1. W. Harper ......4.0 5.00 12.00 Mrhcr Rye ...... ,
residence there. The 8uth congratu. *llaU * LOM Mill Creed OCalet 3.60 4.00 10.00 Echo Syring .... 4"
tO latest, and daintiest de latest Mr. Ta otr upon bhis suces, as Upper Ten ...... 4.00 5.00 12.00 Rose Valley ...
well as the people of Columbia upon U FIPUE 0.B.BIlaIk Let 45 5.60 15.00 "ream ofKentucky 1
Sstgns. having secured the servlee of such **I. *I * WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
a thoroughly up-todate business man.
Among thl6e which were ML e OEB WHISKEY CO.
Iplwted for the fairer wx That p a yor k euEed bys E E u B. -. Jiac nville cri
ilono are the Plati&oid Pend. lombax sUE mausoI n r HstMaITU E
ato an"emyeU s W" t &W tg et $Al, Bus, t01 bu
ls ChiM~_WU They are pc rosi- e _es_ ,,4
Stivly the latest novelty and uNs, hWSed .38 o u dlgS and 'pa 0"-"of mr t s by. *-Z ', ,,9
every up-to-dat young lady bruases, mals and a soMueaad A L
should pose one. Let us ba b yW. .. jobs", ng T
s huw you our line. TA
I3911 Wi i es i Mel. St.d S.oS ill
Pellewlag Is the Voe T plao 6 Tto.
i" A Namted Nelober atth: UL the orri e Keyi. q T. J. I o P "st

e Vdpa3raito 5ll ........3?.441 Slor M t. Mart d Mr. C. Tg. .P
aslMsV1S.is*64S181,1 .i.. 1.T?1" thi sa" stboth imebe amomwe Mho
weamswevte &amU........ 3I ta1. Jr.. ata U awe c amWRA Ha wl -. .O O
# rie Wai lt, l a.. d i Mr. jMLlW .l. W At l P r t
01114 0% .................M.. iMtly miArred. e.TM yrM peams "lo &_. oSi-_n e .e
APtie. WaIeN...waI... It.10 are roplaatly located at a 11 Dtt o ..... .-_- -..N *i
me JMI8I8. Jlm ltl014 IW 0 tru e Jnl areevlIe. a sPk *. Ik onso -s *soeUp1*Wro mof &lee

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MUSICAL MISERY. A I r s am wekl awspqes.
-lifve Lll insurance agae ,s.
8. 89 1*1w Bagpip* Squeak Out -Th. StarUIN Lol tertflrer autiactaot. n At
Spangled Banner." _re A. lre nasuraee a beles.
SMr. wish. growled a man who mad T --- Two livery and eMd tables. t PHuITM
i a tour of the British isles, ".that tb O4 ne crate and ba ket'lg rootry.
iedoureof 4lstructou in what vuttl. U- AreuluralW ar7utatrig Pla t
prIek".t tates the America national airs. Band The Diocesan School of Sort3Sh oc sa too M
W a* concerts are the rage all over Eutin ---- plorida Winer lble Coulance. At
ek Rev. a lives Irvl4u. &cotlund and Wales. During i t ve droeeea aklus stablishmeatsLae. Aa
|miles_ f(1^ Vanthe summer seau u. probably s114 GatledrilleIe sa oaded to be the Natoual Odd Pellow' Satitarium. t "'
b at tla- compliment W the horde of Antr r, Mt enterprisai o weVll as the most Three udrtakius eastablishatents.
tL ns who are singing away gld foi a mtliUfl city Is the interior of Flor. Tw o f "'J* best hotels t i th e ton ",.t .
f^.ietid S beautiful their benefit. they present dally wm; !da. It tIs locat I In the very center Two whotlesale gratin sai toed
Is georally dubbed Afaerlcan nation tf the tate, half way between the At- stores.
w^as ti aim, anUc and pslt oObuas, rounded b) Tw wholesale grooery establish.
wanri. q75"Tbe majority of thee bandmaster., "aut of ao teiflity as to be capable Seat. Tool"
attired ((f t think *Dixl, ti the national air. 4. producing a grMt Yolety of crups; Wat "that has mde QlaevUlle '
.' cause they sagely observe it is t., i the heart ol the truck-growln. UsSil le-o L"
at te r the only one which Amerians applauil Phsphat and naval ters belt. She TSh e anest o~Mra o oe tNhe State Bamm. oile M0"
o,?e Star. angled Banoerto diso, was the best e tladaal advantages "t flie of Jaeamrt01
v=.r nt. he st" SWA 'hurchesS A & Ocve"W Im ^o.e ow ber1
ad lugubrious enough derthe the Stat ood hurces, wit G w b
I gllMbe of .e Ious noub under these lc whIie h ae elaerior to tany uoee o .out whI pletee Xo
a";ouwantance but to heer the AWn of Its slan In IliW with blarge0 .
Seopeb bagpipes have a ing at it I- and coasllateat epior ha; a- arpeateem, Ws es, pla it..
a le tadecrlbbleb mLisery. The man who cmat wA Mas01 ex"eled lo tersn, printers, maod as ad Is.
te wrotee the *Columbal ymn would ant health aed pie e rA these aratrliU plate DNTT.-
Ski**w ko his own work as performed In advantage cM l t with a progree MeN M of paved re
Ow" trii Itra et Britain, and even the *Kentucky rve sadn e"terpiN ioosUopoPUt mM Itta" waiOs r Donlk" SU L t 'lmi
.t d. .s 4tR Bome' and other negro blads. get a ls p, are me to make a b, ig a thnOo
fMr sa w Iyoa k tOeh between an Irish jig and a d ere r_ 6en*04 SMtO Otrue Oal _
otch ll*a d which robe the American Th e m city, some hedSttrat*< h
Is Ach ol.. ta uso, nupretat to G* city. se daot ,e. b<4 at bb -
waIber @it d 7 P'a wh2ieji he m eight which Mte aAkD ft 1#k@ In I- ;= 1"bl
exa perience In bearing song from praie, the e DI' N Hopper. Wap lCg fc i ve51NO D' DVIU
Sjoin bome It may be that British. Scoteb m a's Ca re, ad I& Newuas. all et toAf
dand mIrish guets on this s.i of the whiw are reshd by private eavet
water get as much discomfon to "beear.be o OPPe 0AL _DIR ___
OF I lall 'Annie Laurtals I hope they. do. Spring Park lr1,M the lar t M
lot -0 fo e atr It would establish a sort of later- i 5 l ins tmso" mln mthtoaer- - ,i IbOds f.i
S I national musical ht. ntOr w e, obeal-New Tork i n end011111a Otdoo w A. w;9. U11 6 r11110. TW.m SS I
by. of Demb, 4 tpe n- e________ FimWording a int ilvel Base,,.
S tate of h arm c A lU ooty, o9 woretry or sates-. t m r. A *.
i. BAKeR saa wb SSLEEP SUPERSTITIONS. DhLe c elaesllle N' o ss. Als e.o at.
MelJ, '`live at boNe sa at the a""
woin l I 'o' Hew to Awaken at Any Hur Youe May2 T**O e W"TSS ? iT r owpWlIr- A. 0 Croam, Tft-Bi 1. T II
eJadl U tegnatede. m rcely oe W ng the mie ba h. mI
10 aderF tAdo S WINIS t S 1eep is the best cure for waking s1ti 1 Theat ,
property nwRn A n- trouble. Hours for sleep: oI abot eli h represent n
interest the r lae o t half of Nao Nture I veT t early every p R the t AtteorB4el amal--Prk M. Ts b0MMI iM Hi 1
eNorthwt tt slf p Ctorm sen o. at To f.Moti T. W
Township Tern. 1 Ran' p s w esh yselr medet with aaomre.dtore. of Arrie<ar.. T. .
wo adt, tS A '& 01 1 If you wish to arise at a certain l d t he tdeNAgrai 1 cLinl. Tallahas1
iam ordae itb Wthe pet-* hour. before going to bed make with .erleat Stationaft located within S1pt of Pt blo lMstreeto-*WMa M. ATO 1.a
ow on file In ns$4 Oat7 Judge's your right Tout as many marks on the the earporate a1ib O1 the d y. 0 Ifolluwa&I. Tallahaasee. SOLIITO X 1 ONAQ3O T. O
HATTYIN WOSH. floor as the hour on which you wishb Ut. Osaetle hMoas" Ua .Ralroad oanmlssioners-R. Hod. -
iano of Bstate Oltes F. and to wake, then go to bed backward. ha weofmIn th*W. Ie we df w n rre C rman; Ne-wtom A. -
SMcIntosh. To I ure happy dream t barn so i f i Blitach, soyi C, Dusa. W. Q. You. A0ISiILsL. Ala eb
A for ,Btw h hobaseloats and do the ashes up to a se wcretary. All ommuiloa o O a mea 6 .
Ea BAKER, package whiheb you must place be- aeseville ,Has: beta ry.b o~lo ul oa oDse bould
Attorney for O 6as eoth your pillow. You will then dream io alon aiM OP" the at. 3f r 4
.OICE OF AeMIAdeATION. sweetly t Oner t l ALA0 ody wod dAT e o-..
e *t/ : look under the tbed. oPotr bans rrloot. tauoav.u, .
is hereby 1t0e that Letters If a person talks Io his sleep. put hbi s oSr dairie cem O.ibeere
Administration on th e.dtate of hand In a bowl of water and beo will *ast nod s l O e ll we 2s PI p P
Wator bwortl'. Clerk e Anthw-. l A.Wienge"
K A. Lee, deceaeed, have been tell you all bhis sertsTo mc o l. eos. 1 r- M W
to the underuWed, by the The tindoos sayi t Is bad luck to One gas pa. 'G" S ibW. W f -
tr Judge of Alabaa county, slep with ,our hIed to )th northb blt Two Oln ahope. Spt. PLtbile SanU"ct-l-D. J. I lr
and alldetsad- dn lsploeig with your bheud to the asouit Thre-s bakerss. Klley. amea*ll 4 t
sand all dest beA dean d prootee l i erty. Ten phys Sh rtif- P. O. Raseo. Galseva e J A. OARLIMA.,
said estate mustbe presented It I cond.redl hy some nations dn il Six frt atres. . ounty audge-K. 0. Ma.as. t4... 11ATTORFPST AT LAW
a for payment within the tim gerous to sleep while thlrsty. for th Twuo gusltith. .
by law, and al debts due to soul leaves the t)MJy its searb ut wm sixrestaurants. Ts Aassor-WW. Coloa.O AM "taIn11
estate must be paid to use. ter. and it the twidy awakened ton 3oe, O tom ow sai orW. C a
lIember 2nd, 1MW. quickly the soulIu not nua e tlune six drug sta"ot. O lOle n ba. O oMar -W a1. imak .
E. D. L Adalttrator. to return to It. so the body would die. a r oS . o.o O iel .
NI 1in Germany the nightmare is believ- State UnlveIaty. aavll e|
,ed to be a spectral betu which places Masoouc Temple. ; Trasrer-. D. Mateea. Oala s. as ia,.
Dr. A D lan Itaelf upon the breast of the sleeper. Twenty lawyers. Ville.
depriving him of the power of otter- Two paint ahopsa. uper-r ltat au Me AN LA Ta W M
d Medicine T atent for ce or motion.-Pbhiladelphis Pre. or *ao Gr o ..ar.vile. ARKA & I
d i Treatmen OBaneball d 810oo. County Caiisalayonew-John 0 LAWTU
|Hores and Mule' Eyes Paka *e Au.trallan Cities. Two tle actra mpler. cshairsli a, n~-aa J. P. OlW A i
Australans. with a fline climate. be- Tix msse soboot Towaseud. 0 pavtloue; J. W. Mar h l o w "
e~vil* Florda linove lo enjoying themselves. and the Oa9e variety store. w a10m Tr a W
Ej * V .are plenty of facillities. Thus In SydO One put ubterary. Ar"chr .1 O Gts t
ney there are parks and square and Two wagon works. 0. OP. ma. tDelalwasvOla .1 I. b O
IA m public gmadenls with a total aresm of Two PisninS lls. mbers ool b ar --. I
5 ICsreteWk 41 sa the picturesque national park. cO. Three alJuermithea Treats. U**
tlatIL talln 36,10 acres preerved In their .hree wood yards. ,tae Seaste M. IMaOreart
c hIa iri natural state. A similar resenre tall. |vne destal rooa ,. -. 3. M"H U
e,-- d Karial Chase. compria ing ome spr a e se i s
Sed hills skirting for many allea araund Four beef markets. abes9 ISe T. A. Mb o a we* me.
numerous tidal arms of Brokon bu Two pte -os thig bostet b so-ps. .
alpa bald for the enjoymwet of the T gibl scoos '^ y^ e
I Cement siewmaj patbtl forwer. Melbourne asa s A tepace* syst.a. Maye-Mblarade artt md the K. K. aU
tower th a 5400 acesa *f ration Two haberlabheriea. Marabl-Chas. I. Del. we is iljs a( the
All Kiua ef grounds to or near tbs city. Adelaide wo ab3tret o ea. Tas Aeseser-W. N Arad.trd. we~le rw

the pubCln tbenefit Nor are Perth and Two boUglsg worha. CW sad Trea f-J. Maif DaH > @* a
and rt Robut sad Bristase sad sonm of the lsb ing City Attohous-Rs . HHiU
Tiling Laylag Sad Is Iland towas lees well peroded Gus tbBoarho of Aedehurch.. t. yroAgad5 3 *
Tale ( or.-WestoslbSrr Uasette. AkI' Seea opres. rscadet; S J. G e-. MI PhI f
S> ret Walks ml ----- Rp. Ordve3 C. 5. Celesea W. TU
1 Coacret* Walks *an Mala, Ra** Not DyOng Qut. Oin Cbhaese laadry. Poad J. A Coosiwla. -


~'. S~veingThem e ia 5very (voiDOA Idea thaI t o eCk,4.tissAw rc6.
The Malay is a race that is dying a" ON-steam laundrIes. ILTp0wo
I ~t rv t e~killed In Its own country by the W Z Aden bue .Iwocs k W. Wtss e K sstwo evt e -
,L 4G&Ioa~ljVIW~ftPrimt of Chinese, Tamsils. Javs 06 el Wsm h i O&I .9
L ~ a l n a v ~ ~ e( w ho h cW P e v . a r e k i n s m e no d t he U N a r d e w a r e t n f W
-k"w and Lwrcpes. TO these who C'.ft e maesle g~yslcism
cam out veast exPecting to flod a tow "we flapuststaebs
T. F. Jmsusom bit sosof a Dot* Powtlo"61 PW arttr Ars. IPOO1*Pr0 m VVV
cams, whi Peebb e a te ois thI o o .'am sis .s161Lon fo t w "
t00 AINaISHODsbor*Uwsa 1t comes On 069 w as eYO "t" fsS"s
DEfTAK a reveInsklutosodladssturdy. in&"" so"" sot_"
~ rem 355ftc. son sto ADIONrsflSOW TheSO mdeIrsitat
FULL UN L we.55fatrot. dying WOL arte yes'-W hrf b lW N o-1


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rum, where he has been on a brief
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"eY townpIts In ithe te I
C. A. W. Themes has rturofed from
poists Is Levy sald Marion eaostlep,
whr. he has l oha business for
the pest three wdes. '8qalre Thorn-
ta tays the coutre people are "living
ilder" ow, canthe drounhtg and bot-killher
Art bela the order of the day.
Floride CaTelephoneas retoray.d from
tlke Dutlv, whe l he has the onhe
tract htr layg sidewalks,. th reports
exetlent irogrmsM, tnd says 14k Bat
tar iill oon had eve one of the nst
thoro mthy covered 'sidewalk sytes
of any town its sIse in the State.
J. P. Wiel, the wht heat of Archerw.
was la the C lity 8unday, having ther
up to spend the day with his faptly.
Mr. Wells states that business has
been lood in his town, notwithstand
ins that the crops were cut short con*
Wsderably by the drought and other
conditions.
Arthur Voyle. manager of the iyat
Mlorida Telephone Co.pany, has re-
turned from Jamksonvllle, where he
went on busilne and pleasure m ombluO
ed. Arthur says this was the first
aralval tbe ad ever visited In the
fleoida metropolis, and e was well
pleased with what be saw.
P. C. CAurl f Archer was t the oity
yesterday. Mr. Curl who Is a pabit*
er kad decorator, tater that he ha
s,.en enpged ha "tuthlag up" the
utorm and hotel recently completed In
Willaton by the Wisatem Manla.o-
turngi Company, aad that both jobs
are up to date In every way.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jarvis are ex-
pected to return today from Daltoe.
Os., and Nashville. Teen.. where they
have bees oa a visit necatlvly to
to their enm, Dr. sa',y Jarvis sad
Arthur Jarvis. They were abeeat
for several days. sad the trt p.ved
of ar*aM phranl t bo t to them.
Q A. Motes of Willistes wm
amas these Wo sevred fuaeaihe
with a vieit haeNy, bhvies spentB
the day with ltinds base Mr. M
te waa at se* tee o M I fhes at
w*ideyklhaswa pfphada IBius h
Levy eeaty. and M-e a smeeems It
every mtae he uadertash to manage
J. C. tages was a vistter to tha

ce*tly remavel fte- Tyler. SM *aB
now located at Otter Cstek. whe-


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rlends of 0o. B. Baiey ae glad to
see him out after beilt confined to
his bome for some time, and treat
that he will soon "'be'daelfem agana"
The b evidence of triendsMl of
the people to Mr. Bailey wa5 slows
yesterday, when everybody wanted to
stop him, ahake his bt, l elyer hand,
and extend Conuratuhl*ons on his
convalsseence;
Sam T. ell left yesterday for
High Springs and other points, where
he goes weekly ha the interest of the
Hartsield Groery Company. Sam is
regarded as one of the moot compe-
tent lklesmen on the road, though he
declares be don't know when he got
the reputation. He It net a tdged by
his own opinion, however, but by 9.
opinion of his fellow-travelers.
Mr. and Mrs. James We* orf a-
vannah, who have bees 4ths city
for the past few da puets of
their daughter, Mrs. J. ILa. con-
tine to receive the cordial ree
of friends, and declare ther are ar
ably surprised at thq gowt% .0 the
city since leaving here. Thy were
former reeldent u at0 o b a"e h
where they yet have t ri4 lda
Mr. and Mrs. Jahbo and eMldrrn
are among the latest to male their
home Ia this cnty. havag come here
to reside pmanemti. They have -w
cured a cottage s Wet MCseoatlk
street. Mr. Jats ia the tlever travel-
tag represeeat va of Oiteo A Oi..
New York. and wa o hapread
with Galaeesvllt Ut be dede to
brieg le family and naoe ehis home
here.
Mr. sad Mri. 0 r a tw s Melntosh
kve remrme4 f-m the adt Coast.
where thbeyr he be as a bridal
tr for Ithe pset Ieday. They
were married at i mtA Meta eset
beb la thti Oty WIst W emeaday.
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tera ti the el l. Mr. sad Mrs.
Metateoh wi om t -e to their
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