The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
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Newspaper
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English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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oclc - 32993937
alephbibnum - 002027045
lccn - sn 95026969
lccn - sn 95026969
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UF00079930:00522

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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PEWIA IN AWF"1 CONDITION.Crmtri-r roepncs Tlatio

MASSACRE PLANNED cir Fale Cr.CaeofEVIIN CET SF AUD ihllI "fit ITTfoin tr itt~P allig tI FLOOD OF SILVER
lilterlolite St"Ition &tk addIttirntil reward of $10.11ft for evi
BY BLACK HUNDRED Wahitn o.1~-eea~rFOIJN GOTHAM ;n fo h'rrs rn'ItnaiTONGUED ORATORY

-rived her* yesterdsAy, spoke of the Cie listuiet leailer to be reonvic-ted~ re
-Rumors AA~at That Jews Will plasirable condiloas existing In h.1A cMi Election Return Boxes Were fratid~t againmit the ballot in 1ue~~Second Day's Sospaion of the
7~ B. in Sr Pet~rubng. try growing out of the obolera up Thrown in North3 River. Peiof. This !Pt an addition to tilCttnog oifrne
Killeddomlic of 1904, failure of crops and tk Wi'er Pridenc here l1% proof of crimee
linceae Ink the prices of the neccs~t against the btmllot *nti registration law,
OOTADT FOOTS *ue'pma...a" ties of life. HEARST OFFERS LARGE RIEWAAC In the elv"tion. iThif m~akes the Iota INCIRKASE IN THE ATTENDANCE
____"Our country is most peculiarly andtitrwdshlsapofed1,W
.Peace and Order Restored in Russian woefully afiiated just now," said Ov New York Editor *11 Pay Handsome COrIV~ntion of Quarantine and Immi.
city-400mnt Witte Will avewetietter Idrea 'and there seemis to Ili MAN WOR&HIPS "OLD NICK." gration is Attracting Much Attention.
no rliefin ight. "rbrougia a Rerael Sum for the Arrest and Convictir 01a
Jewish Magamares--Polticall EdwAG of Jistreeulng visitations upon our pvo. Tammany Lsaider Who Is Guilty at Erects Monument to S1atan Which Several Eloquent Addresses Made by
ties for th Posile pie, the Peruians are experiencing a Committing Eleotln Fraud. boys Try to Destroy. Prominent Southerniers
WNV l~isaep~k. T1be steady Increase of prices ii tloit. M~ica1., Nfuy. 11. -Two pkolik~- ChtlittSM Ivl ,\"1.re
ftPoeribir, o. 1-lltrle aemeans aturvatisla to many; it will Nv% lok Nov. 11.-Atturne) Gv mvi ,tnj 1iiiii4l &S klit'i t,t'v kiliquNt (ltcn eu 41M':* 111"W1 it( Tit'"(11e
qbt a lfatrisouly circulated that a ean misery to countless others. aud feral Jtits Alaytor bWort. itavisig &ik. tilt) ol takikid ~t,, .1 it'AtiOu Ab 101eMShee~o t ,ieihi
*.wiuJar 9L. Burtbohaow massaerv (i It lit with heavy bea~rs that we lo Utfle~ Aflrtl ntduigut thlz- tutulug air 6,114.111 &1 M lii'ite *fit fi 14 till) Ut t iii rincr ok titinran:livit Hat tiwiv:' lri to Jews and intllectuials has beta forward wth e suffering of thizi winter. I*L&, oaperbiMtiIlaita adil. i'n ulozkilm'. la I It histe' L lit iii~.(folta ti ll iti' al ullt 21
plsaned, by the -Bilack Hfumildred'' o! "Qrdinax-ily in times of crop failurv, raugi'l toaptkrblotoa1nait f I iuiliik Ii it)ifi rt,~ 10111 (e idtc ~' httf 'ti&I~tli
4k. Petersburg for Sturday night. It Lh Pe'rsians depend on their ne'xt-doo Ili Lit, ci n111Uui court*u 1Xben11 tu ) ed lisult Iilirporlitia ii be, .4tt Ill Lte eti ietio? hi-l11tug lsitet eel1
.I& declared that all tile bouses 00!' neighbor, Rievisa, for wheat. Qveiii ral LU i t-severail P'esCha Muk' 1111~ 11 a 11,0)I 1"zol 6A 0 i ~oiffriime ltreuwit if l'lorilAan. r
itaining Jews are inarkOi witsh a r*ed Niorieza saud, Jut Russia's wkr re-sull. 'e~A '.tobai10U1Of the Vell!1ki 1&' aA.t ii14plli Taaff1: '.e'no Ti's-ivge' of (liet igiet. ceeufplet.
-Aoes. 'While I. is undoubtedly trut In with all importations U) Pvtiti It 'At "aid, wul,; It iatit. a citeil 1, li 110atlun, vkhi tiuk.eilliti lit cd In4 list of 14tale 4 li-vliv I.ee aho 0641l that the lower clauses would like to be' being so greatly diminished that fcels an ,,I) hour and the pliiisoners li the ,.orl yard of Altius, a cottrACuItIgI blIt' 1,1 XI LI
let loose. no real danger is anticipated were able to profit by It." Iclt~iily one o wore police offlcvrs. Iiuaaeeu1K)I, Mt 318 8tantOn aver I'ti alid la I'llh, 111)04 or sllkerictae1ile oratfiry .&@ tno police have received the moril The cholera has passed, for the war These arresli, It was biidi, would be azit,L a nIIub I) Us &juthq'r%% uu'u:lld It )omtihy C s5wi) tkifstiiangd ill* pro
-iriid Instructions to lipii any at is at a *ad, Wut our people arce RtIll the restilt of the Accidenttal dibswvitti and begatuit l~bouibaiuieut of stecutos "I":' 0114i'd ixigat for the dlay. Gov tempt at an uprising. hungry. is "Meir problem is to livk' of du un~ucbked 'ad Unseat-1d W0,l )x that thritaitkned, its dioitructlou. um C-: ior tileni, Goeornor hi1avhard. Oov
(o%nt Witte has ordered a thorough tbrouilgh another year, trusting to proft. lull ot protested ballots In thee rtist twu Loibuslt-ne finally dispersinug Ihe Virnor flirkiAard. (k-o'eerulor Vardamanm,
1nvewti*~tion of all the Jewish maa- idence that their granarites Ilia) be of a toarber *11OP that hail beeR lme ( owel uii %taitiiIu uard to pres-ir ('eetrfeian John1 t4hi~rp Willianit sod
slac-res, and oter disoirderks In the In, filled next autumn. as a polling place in Aeb election dits -'I .4 1,1 niany ot*e O~~Y her-* of le*s note stliresed the
tei-ior wberes the police, troops and of trc iu tit Twenty-Grrst assmbly dl. in erecting Oise monumsett Mr. Nians csonforenceis on varied pbaisem of tho
Seis are ctarge with inciting or TRIBUTE PAID TO PRIESIDENT. 1i ict. Today the matter may be put -A." it 44 'Ali1 quarantine questions held the close at
with abetting violence, and he is do- before the grand jury. It is said thait.e iteltu, thut that vj Ni(k tol Llt iston of varied delegated untii last
tormined to have all the offenders re- Lord Mayor Parade Suggiets o it. will not be a question of John Iie, t rul t minight. As a result. only two of the
moved or punished. ,111oosovelt Temple of Peace-" prtweedlugs, but direct et~lite'uciti will III -fie Is m) 1A.1et fltil~nt," diica re-el Ilii six formal aildrefsvs fit yiesterday's
Washington, Nov. l.luetribuLe presented. old wian polintltf tip et tilt- ae Ia iiii program were reewbi- i1toese of Gov
Political Education for Mams. paid to P~resident Rooseveit In IA)flduLl The first information regarding tf, sieukeio t,' v hrt Atli 'a-ti truth stornir (ilern and b'urgen Ofeneral Wy
St. Petersburg, Nov. l-retown yesterday In concectilon with the lori1 folding of the balitlt box frame to Ilic AA-iielu,l thi eit of (lit- Pratle %, l aitr-itr ddese h
council of St. Petersburg Is talking mayor's parade has directed atet~~ district attorney yesteday thorough is it %b~ %i%'ii l a* fl'"ikIP(1 il bsa-en arreanged for today. the reports 'the lead In t-he polilSIWSSO 0!dsitlino heretofore to a suggestion emanating plicenian who walked hlo 3Mr. Je ditate'. flitill; (le'rile st ll c10,ITe of? ithnl romati to Wse flpiante bee
the maises by inauesmllO aS series of from J. 9elwyn T[alt, local represent. ruwne'll otter witth a buni'e of ballot? hii ilim have ?)t-. Ite rugitillt e i"ferdo ltoi deibaeisem boom
publc lectures at whieb the new order tive of tbe InteratkIosi basking cor and Raid that he knew isitiere niort.'u 1 te-ti'i ecritar lit Atheln oif Mr *%Ii. eordwiittdsbt riauii~ f
At things is explained to the people. poration fast the triumph of the presi- the sat* kind were to be found, iee' ie Itl' eet (,)iet hift~it e-e'n I ,'16 Us forced biearig on the reepft'tive, sub Thbe object ofte weetng to vau dent uts a peacemaker lee porpotual~ed that he had not dared sit Iring Ini at in Atit hi 10-,Ii IlilillIid'tlt oi ,Jef iare l too ( hi'analg tl tay "ita
lay the hostility btenteYiosby the ere-tibn in the capital city of he bhAd found untU he bad bessn aseired xlw'e~ :s ut ki. I I., tl .1 ii.st(, pito'1ti-krsais htisel wh
claases by showing the benefit lac'cru- a magnificent "Wioosevelt Tomniele of of protection. tic i! IlI lea ite si-vurv Itjs rf tii o al 14atdril ca lery ?s isei by a luh ec
Jag o al frm til* rantof iberies peae,.. ti VA *cu'bekauih ase-lnt barsis awith fia olisit b A uno---i
'Meb example will be followed by the ne author' of this prJ*c fir*e that dififtrikie whom lite .',ccrted to li lia TRY TO PREVENT SUICIDES. at Irert 0g )ltit"eep aii a arive over eilty of Noeomw and other places. tb-i'e will Isis no diff1cultj- In raisingt berreeiop whore the ballot tc'ex %at t10 if-fetrvastiote Ini'teeafack the rity,
WVord reaches (buint NNVitte that In by public aitbsts-ription a fundl ~iiffl faiint WAhena the pful!teltiau rotrttI Soit Forrid in Ctoelan, 0. to *;:I 1etl~c. a day
Gsouc regions the reactlonariuet who ars-e' tt i~i-t a )irctr in e e'r) re- a:t ~ the 6 te oit I-Ox wralviedt lit illWSo So Ie Oestruct on le't i e r e4c11 flitnlIk131n o e5t-ii- 11&4 se-eking to wake' t4e new ri-g~lle od siw wo;- I of taf di ritin~git I 'wit piei'e' of na dlou r) tit-' *,11aljer lie Aa !,P 4 ~ e I,- tliejiil lf o4 'let Ol ~ t* ('011

peasants fit the e rrr-r antd the ;oai-r beiir.ertp a buligof heroic lokp' tih t als &Io t atrlej jItITtif 11isI j II., I'te fl I en I ere I Is :e -~ c if I i rII-r
ioleass of the, cities that t~le lni,.e-r In' t i o b a- (1a-pl--litu ~ ~ ~ ~ f ~ ~ t~ Ii ist I emiall eseitt 1 !" f 1. til.A
manefest is au forgor lotuvs hrfun in Al'l Iat. .1 *al? id t!o ,A t11gj -i 1, a C r., e. I ll, 1p ti 11141 jie' Atli
ma it t is a o gfr Io ed h. in tiiitR oif tiatiimti lnloeti ltle toIe Ia ii, K ananl iet, i a eipeil l.,It' I As ,n (IIIif c i ti tIf w.. n Ii'- It.,,









2 THlE RAINESIL SUII: NOVEMBER 13. 1900i_____A SERIOUS OFFENSE._SFINE LIVE STOCK Malicious Parties Did Great Damage

FOR STATE FAIR esSome malicious party or partie-s parA ticipated in a piece of work a day or

Alachlua County Will Make Fine twro retntly for wi, ieh they will pay
Give nature three helps, and dearly if apprehended. as ttey destroy ExhbitofLiv Stcknearly every case of con. ed properly whi-h will reqnirp more
sumption will recover. Fresh than a hundred dollars to place in re-CAOA
SPRING PARK WIL L BE THERE air, most important of all. pair again.ST
The property in piestiort IA the thre"'
With One of the Finest Displays of C hr yIrrigating plants (in the faruin of John The Kind You Have Alwayls Boughlt, and whk ho barn b
Live Stock Ever Seen in the South. I. Flefiellen, located onn the Hogtown in use for over 80 yewrs, has borne the uignatwe iC
Tampa Times Gives Alachua Stock P 1Creelk road. oppoite the University and has been made under hk s w
Fine Advance Notice. P e cto rJ a lA grounds. Mt. Flewellen went to hios sonal supervision ince It 19illibsy
Nouisin fodcoesnet. farm Wednebodal for the first time 4 2z,, W ,
The Tampa IDily Trziw. of the P h Noihen g fomedinet cosneto since Friday of )ant week, and upon his AnU nontrels on to tdeeve You f thu..
Then mdicie t conrol JI ounerfetsImitsts and 04Just-as-good W barb
lot. ~otais vry oip~tneitir th cug an halthelug& arrival there was surprised to find the Experiments that trifle with andi endanger the he&a t 1 article to Spring Park S'ook Fit'tii of Ask any good doctor. pat lotacmlt rc,*h nasadC~rnFprec giAFPbS
this city, which is its follows: I~ I is ~ yrsOorywoa or victim of hammners an~d wrenches. The
OlThe exhibit of cattiP to ho- made spi. I have "en terrible es" of mug1,4 alisgagswee..tee nt ml
*&"a tr"rM byt. I o,woer wiht boa, gls gaIe wte.ate'nt ml
athe 8tate lair by the Spring Pagrk AL81114 0d. HARILTOM.1 Ntitria, Oblo. bit. cocks had been unscrewed and
p fAllaehuIfirss, 1 TA MI MA either take away ortionit th O tr aX harmless; subst;1tt for Castor 0%1 PAT*which is under the care of (berweral Ino ~lk-, other parts of the machinerygrrop an tlgSrs.IIslean.i
M ~ manager N. A. Call ito4carinlo& fail to Co 1lT~Tll were demolished in some instances al- gr DosadS tig8rp.I nPesnf
*be one of the greatstt interest to any Consum ptAin most beyond repair, and altogether imn tlus neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcoft
visitor to the live ofock department at 1 hIaaei eios r lwle substance Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worm
the Fair. so mith de man ds d alIIy act Io n el the ssteaeis steri ous. Mr.e Fbewen n and a&Days Feverishness. It cures Mlrrhbx'a and Wind
'Trip company, of which C. W Chame bowitele. Aid nature with Ayors Pill. smalies t iv ee coul a e beewn pesno Colic. It relievers Teething Troubles, cures ConstlP6113M
of Gainesvrille is president, was forne alicioIs otie oeif at row perso- and Flatuency. it assimilates the Food, reguiatsf OWe
with at capital of $10,000) for the puir. tht ie ( if the- famions Biltmore herd andge iso woht bely that. He am-of 8to h and Bowels giving healthy and naturfA 111iip.1r
pose of breeding regirib~ed stock if of Joroopy. st carefully selected and se- ae was wrofh by% boys the has of.n The Childrens Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
all kinds, it specialty being inad#- f Iirl wit hou any thought of eenesion and conviction of tho guilty par-a
ties, and the officers are hot on the CENUINIEEu A W Y
and of demonstrating the fact that t1, I i North (oirolini ut, it will be if- ATR IA W Y
State of Florida if 111 Willi if 110t INwtter fl ient for thi purpose oif this a rticle to Bea the Four '5o
adepti d to the briedirp aind raising na I erit i Bea Brumrnel's, Madeline. G. S.Burhans Testifies After Fu
the finest breedii of cattle ag any of her IThis benotiful oq'.elneion of all that a Years.
sister states In the Union. dqiroi cow should be. shown in the two- G. B. Burhans uf Carlisle Center, N.
"'The farm, which ciumpriises bo.- ye-ar-olif cipss, with her Hirst calf, ond y., writesp: "About four years ago I
tween forty anid fifty thousand acreo, w94 imported direct from the iland of wrote you stating that I had been en- e;?
I's loated rear Gainesvrille, in Alachua .Jorsey, Mr. Callison's description Of tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble Citadi fogieasoeo h her that 'she is a perfect picture' being by taking less than two bottles of Fobeen laid out according tu planii of the I The, company have entries in fiftre the brick dust sediment, and pain and h id Y u H v l a sB u h
mein who have made the rearing of difforptt elasset, wliich will in someo symptoms of kidney disese disap- In Use For Over 30 Years
live aock the study or thrir, lives, and way convey 0o lice reader the large in. peared. I am glad to say that I hare s so" ,,ft munm, vasa,.1 M mw e"n eWM
all buildings, etc,, having been tite terests which they have in the cattle, never had a return of any of those with thet most modt-rn arid up-to-date; tiloiiine symnptoms during the four years that
applianceelor the corifort of the cat- Resides their cattle exhibit, tile have elapsed anid I pm evidently cured________________________________________tie. Spring Park farm have masde entries, to stay cured, and heartily recommend
"ltevognizing fromn the very first tile with Berkshire hogs, Angora goats and Foley's Kidney Cure to anyone stufferImportance (if a good beginning, atid brnotrsyi en hi ne-ing from kidney or bladder trouble." OROJC
thbe fact that in all eases the boost Is in- tiora to nonalualvei~w prove that a well- J. W. 11111o0111m A Co.
lgariably thet cheapest, no pains or ex. mitnaged slo,.k farm ij.q Florida canADeihflPryO U B JC
pense were spared by tho company to pro tuaw all kinds of -itook to as gooDldhfu ry
macrina the very twat animals which advautage-as on the muoh-bosteduof The young folks of North 0ainesville'could be procured for their foundation gtrass lands of the West." gave a pound party at the home of Mr.
herd, several of the mi'rnbeirs of tile and Mrs. Walter McMillan Wedneq- In advertising is to (oinciIIG' th;-t YOU oUO'ht to
saw* having taken first prizes In their No Poison In Chamberlain's Cough day evening, whi'clh was largely at-31
clase atth Wolds Firat m.LousRemedy. tended. Each attendant was required have at bank account, and that tie account Should bt
while most of them have secured One From Napier (New Zealand) II era Id: to bring a pound of "something good
or more firsts In their elases at the best Two yearot ago the Pharmacy Board of Ito eat," with the result that there was kept in THIS BAN We offer ABSOLUTE SAFETY
kttlown fairs and cattle shoows through- Itew South Wales, Australia, had sn chu)te a diversity on the bill of fare, ooi ooios out the country, analysis made of all the cough medi- bult the young ladies volunteered asto urie str.
"At the head of the Hereford herd cines that were sold in that market. cook*, and a fine spread was prepared.
stond two magnificent bull#, Rtidicule Out of the entire list they found only Those who attended report a inqet Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
and 1)Allas, both of them splendid one0 that they declared was etntirely delightful time, and will arrange to Now Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR-PROOF
spoimeno of the type of beref cattle, free from all poitoos. This exception give another similar entertainment in
the former animal weighing bttweert was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, a short time. SAFE, with our Officersl Bonded, with Fire and Burglar
2,000 and 2,200 pounds, and with line* made by the C'hamberlain Medicine" The Exact Thing Required for Con- Insuraence, your money and valuable papers are safe
that make the heart of the lover of Company, live Moines, Iowa, U, S. A stipstlon. with us.
live stock throb with pleasuiro to look The absence of all tnarcotics makes this a certain purgative and stomach
at. Tis baul,. which shows in thle agdremedy the safest and best that can be rilr(a erins toch rd
clshsbe otscesu nhad ; anid it is with a feeling of steuri p-itfvrCablinsSo ch rd
arasmiti hise twl m o int st hs ty thatn aymtecn It to he bie~besemoeheathin FOUR PER CENT Inlterest Paid on Timil








THE GAIINESVILLE SUN: NOVEMBER 1.4,19050"



COUNTY DADS MANE Often The N~ews Ara JUMPED THE JOBQlM8'd l I
Carpenters Quit Work or ihe E pisco- O T G O S1 0 DP lo
A FINE PURCHASEWeakened by Oyer-Wort c pal Church and Lave t he City'~B O D P I O
K~IO~hM~~ m'ti Boo. In'4inI~MPG Or ALL DISEASES
I' i, ntl1 1 l 'ti' iIIr- T iI Ilkt ot fe I irr%- I li To Contit imi Poi.'ion rightfully bclw ii uit king of alt
udcd $8,000 1'~c h\d I 4 it.r*tt. ci list, IsillJ, 1I~ til 11 o'S I I,. T)!1.t pow irfnil tit all koiunaxz it-ngev
Boing Coun'ty 7 pl-r C.;nt / )V'1 p t''r''i~fW' i ~ Art tif in c at L*1u ant rii i thc i-tfotunate
1-Ait rviidy 1fo 1,11 sistoeril I h the~ xit It oft (o ii, fu l t ro n' rot. 'lItt ta ie (t 111 i
IHELPED GOOD CAUSE, TOO thl 31 iV thttled;i. \i~,hs uc
tbe il '%t~~r lty e~mm. ts i~ of th~~0 .12 ir '.t. ii I ))i Atlh I t 1 ti l t- i i 'l o tha t ed \ic t!y i tn I t-t Comiittee of Prom nerat Citizens \Vor ii*r 0,v etit4 Wutr,, i v ort h tit. iiri t i l I lk -i t 11,0 i ithr in I the 1Il 1 ii
Called Upon the Board, Explained a, li toc~~..'.wrtn III10 li ii~il' '.i.t aiii r ~a~itili ~
Financial Help Essential, aid All 111 1Uh .il apil notta )II t;,( 1' lay. thl Ib Il C.' r ftt'll
tlatu 1, aill ttuado, ttory' th thr-. -%p utr evtil wakl \,I Ii\ kiil t.' tri~ likc, I te li '~i ''h ll
W e re B e n e fi ted b y P ro c e ss \ flpei t o e. t l ti r k i4': u r it ig oi s a llot tillifr1 \~hr r l liit th rtro-tt ito, rin d ot i i i t a ;I ~i I h' ijI l e
TIec u t ~rrii~n r r t or to 1 i 4 1cr, \-ai Call i1.; 1,: '... ty worked up to 'Ili t When Umitatigh i i.l ii.-hk, I~icii thu I'tluIng of oni' .111, 1(i I~ttl
'rle cuny cimis~mnr~ oi- juj2. ~,r -lit. he1~I i .-I till, thirvt inc-n quit work IA rel turined it, or dtliiin from IL ,c -t 'i*a S S lit' itn of 1ail in; t17r, ing if thty akr- iia t Caci FiVA iV". fI I ii a .trg li.'lfh I .> IiI to litoksoaiiville. Oine of 11-1 mid u th-it i4i tht" I)l% ('tuile. f r Ctilut i-I, ii n'.. j Ib a lk 14)11 It -(Ks down it tilt- ht'
which they are if) blo comupliwtletd. Lisod their rc oit.1ta L 1111 voflgrattlate I ll :ire sick, or feel lot,!]\ 1: 1 1he jot) (in the church on; paid $2 N) culatmoun m i forc- it II ', ii11th It' Il thet VI I I l, It IS ii111,ii"U' Ittltillite
fo pain uc risioth en~ trikiig theitVAt kitehle% it it I,:. per day, anid that he colti L~ a founr. fI itl is 1),i i poii *l, and 'uteitu c1'tiii
for lacng uch trlie~w rth me In Klihiiai ".illp- koot, ma- 1 inthal' jib in Jacksonva .,, rititf 54 a.11dilt- it eiltcit
offie. The board hall made several if, \iaiir k iluic''; are well tht- 1,11 1 e S S t- ltIit. (orCA ve it all), ofmeitle.
.> \> 1i1 day, so' the all hiked.et: f h
wise moves, bUt h Is ltest and one of all tie ithi-r aot)4.iilS t1. hieVAilli A. 1!i dayl so)T~i they allti~t hiked.ttoc tthemost buolnes-like was tile pu t- N% ua rc"1 ic ~'AU )1cat nieiliVI- Son Lost Mother.~ pletul\- Ii teilit ittc it fi 'ii tit lilexi that rioaigna
abas ofthe ormtoryproert \o (k,~ it ick oii cal IAI I'l hIII
ebsofheDriaypoetl-take by.r otoii ol ''('onpumption runs if, our faily, PURELY VEGETABLE. are~ ev t 1 If ag d.~ im S -; S i-i purely vegetable,
eated on East Main street, N., slid Tlie injl4i olli tile t'xtraordliia\tt'' fa ingii ot iyn, e,'li imnrlo we~ ofnr f O1Ii $i 0 filt litioif Ii it it conittains a parIhe snwpyn svnproo r. Kliit'r's- SwamPoot. ili,. greLltat diio~i tIls u ulir"tceo nnrlo A id ikwt isit~n.fo oitelie
whc snwpyn ee e et(nkieltv rviediitt, ai ~ li.I wriLAP E B. Reid of IIlairlfy Me. uit any rult-ifivl ad i't-e )-(,it desire w~ill Il4>.hirwiisitd 1,N iy ar physicians the investment, involving $8,000. StA.IiII il te lliglit-st for it,4 woit. dtill ciirv' "For the liasa five year,,, however, oil without charge.7 R SWIF I MCIM CO.v A TLANTA, Mw
The aci) carne about in this way off tilcts distre,,i fig Calci.s. 11111 1,~ .(I the slightest sign of a itr coug rcld, I _______________________________________________will@ and the school board were rt'qoir. Iriug99ist i fifttv-e'I't frCncmtol hc ssvdre *
old to purchase tile old Seminary build-! a'itc. ;ka~llah' i' rrisrnt ugtob'i iintt-,
ings and property, the city slid school' Illi\ ;t o;4llijle Iat ltimot tIt*IIv fswesep-RtC. er's death was a sad losp foir Mr. Held, I
interests having pledged to potty the. lc 1' :( -t "14A itt.ill"".,tl "f o 1 boit he arred that lunil: rtouble must 489at. a certain atuount for the sane, Ii ll) if, 6i ~1141 i lw if vo lv Val It'l-lu ca()-__ ~ V
th vn h rlvst fFoiawllar trill c. utlal iII jijri 'lilt bea neglected, and lww to curt. it. Ch e e U* U ~ IL
the eent he Uiverity f Flridawas %olritiigtaa DT. KIIIIur I Q.'u ii- .ickest relief and aiar faor coughs E
located here. Ifl ttilli N. I~[~ ~ uat.ii .t a d cod. Price &)s suit $1 00(; gar-Council it was agreed to purchase the, Ir )I Kibtier'c SIWar N l~Iat. ;til ith I it dultlda l rgvo .T e Wvors Is Yet to C~om
drebs4, Ihn1ghaniton, .. lv .,itCiry llottle. tie free
property kirown ts the Icrmitory at Ilaean TknNrh pris not to exceed $8,0W0 A commit- --RmisTknNrh
tee of represenative citizens appeared CAPTAIN VOUNGLOVE RETURNS, Fronm Saturday's D)aily Son.f Ni'I r Rwkut'e1too'r Preitoits
before the Soard~of County Cumiis-; Jos. 0. Hyatt, a proitinilt lawyer ft t~ul& Ii Iw e
*ionerso at its last meeting. and ex- I Has Been on Extended Tour of the orl W1estport, Conn., who came hrre Pil 1 w Nen
plained that the city was willing to West-Glad to Get Home Again. for the remains of IDr. Gecorge 1B. Boilpurchase the Dormitory if the bo I'll tell you, boys, I aiui glad to get ton, who died Monday, left with til would combine with the eoulaty school homne again," remarked Captain (t. 1). corpse yesterday.D O'YUC AE
board in the purchase of Serminary Haill Yuungiove to a party txf friends Thurm. Mr. Hyatt Is a very clever gentle. _________________________________snd property, tme valuation of which (lay, aif he tat in an easy rc'ker irn man, and notwithstanding that he was was Placed At,$1?l,000 The committee, front of the Brown [louse and enjoyed here only a short time. expressed himWOhich was evidently authorizo-d to act' a fiop cigar. of-Ifa being pleased with the city alid '11iS11 'x1i 11 [r lit.I'
In the premises, stated that they de- 1 Captain YouflovCii hans been absent those whom he met. Hoe is a p 9 ntl- U ~ iIIe.,ii1lI~~IlIl~lI~ t
tired the commissioners to invest Ion a trip to the Far Wet st arid Canada, nent secret society maim, and Is past $7,5W as their interest with the school Iand during this trip learnedcl great deal noble grand of Our Brothers LAodge, pli(*es that wvillI erial e youl to board, anld that it %aft absoltely es-. which he did not know be-fore, lie plood- 1 0. 0. F Norwalk, 'i i sentisl that this expenditure be made; natured ly admitted. lie pent several Upon'th-e arrival of tsr Boubont's re.a to raise thle amount guaraenteeld to the' weekAo int Colorado, durinii t coot fthle mains at his home thell will tie liateirredL r tir in I1
State in order to secure the Cij ivt'r- time- at Boulder. *riie foraps of Colo'- in the family buryig ground, where' L ay U f o r'. a R ain D ay, I
sity. Tedo are fluae, hie Paid, a-le-j.aial ly Ili his deireed wife lisp rateld fa r many
After 111guring the matter for awhile, grain, w).sere Irrigati'on cao-. heca oiure. years
the board made the larol ovitin that if 1"ror f arty oil WIT iatt 'aliid biphelill lDevease i is sun iii t 'hy iw'i ille4$0oo flly~ ft 011 II- l l V ts tlf ( 1114o fil it was absolutely c-.saetitial to puroiaeeo f vilest ljr a-re i-i iirattiig iii-Ca'ni- !'tri. Nliniait 11li ni a n itrolr 'n 'f l(4 I) W ll il' tiI the building, thor tard wt'au d invest' twi 'Ilit- -.ngar heot i Ii istry to tilt 'e'rry lit Mae.Itauia, Coull mild R ic Ile iie 'ji% taI It' tftae no funds without cetnil! provi' e n. nil o~~il iyA-iotry off tho' ia. Fruomi (ior lo; II'n' if Ill. kilia. .114 \', i
TIhis pT()viatof wits that if Lilt- property thip ta.'i. aso ti I, *' riti.- itidiaatt-, 011gg r Kift I 0 liii 1 fi :11111 Vim willV i~t
had tol, tI ureharcet. if tii'lt ityos is ninde It ('ill taii NI uauna1gla'T Pirating Foiry's Honey arid Tar.,i~~e~, I t .tle'~h, 't
w~illinrg tao Ifitiet 1117,.'00 as the city' 5fit. olt'si thmit'I.4, IiiAdit id I 'ii i~ear P A) u y Ai GI (5 'tg erlociiaqa'ilii-d
turss it th' i'Iota li'irJ tht- I II poia l. tl,' jir loili foiui 'u1te i I Mllaii nI 11 ler IAII he titan t aIi aIa ouf comriiti-liners bAojiad jot%; f'1%,i Jair Ps. iit ar ali a i ti. a~a (far. F, filiii ta f ir A i'' it tt-e l)ortnitcary III- doei'gare-1 pkirp,.o r- ,i, Plower lilt rat iit I i i Ilo i
A4fte-r thi. of I -i I it)i 1) o! ti e al' A t'i ,a It, v.- u ti r I ai fir mi ,%i lit i r- flr
tfor hii t i f Nutad a a Ar I Ia lwl t; it.'i a -' 'i
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GAIN TLE SUN: NOVEMBER 13, 1905


GAINESVILLE IS IT UNCONSTITUTIONAL? remedies for their release from the A LAKE CITY SOLOMON. LOCHLOOSA LACONICS.
ours of liquor and other drug habits
i The following sensible argument I ad among the number are numerous The Punta Gorda Herald, one of the Regarding the Movements of Som,:
.Teflowing em~ible aruen fad among the number are numerous rd

__ _ __ _ __ _ taken from The Live Oak Daily Dem- ministers, lawyers, doctors and li. ablest papers in Florida, has the fol Busy C itizens--New Notes,
Oneg December31 I9ss lwe. 1a ocrat, d is worthy the careful con- erary men. The Keeley Institutes in lowing regarding the Bockman billand Iochloosa Nov. .mel--A. Str
assecond-clas matter, under Acto of Con- sideratio of all fair-minded people of this country and Europe have saved the new school law:an
gres of March 3. T Lak Cy itizen-79eporter, fom sbort sty
7-.ro.r- .. thi4 State: many from the downward path, and "The Lake City itzelpoter, fom a ho tay at Starke.
-b....... : .. Thury "Editor Caldwell of The Jasper while the man or woman who is a which The Gaine.ville Sti says is try- Mrs. J E. Cochran a)e a tf
tbsed er lmdly w Thry News signalizes his return to 'lorida slave to liquor can be cured of the ing to lift itself fr. i the depth of long trip to Island (rove Thursday e
Sat Gahd ms411ef lieW ,AS u l o h
at aeavi, Fl journalism by a savage attack on the habit, they have got to have brains and deserved obsc.rigy t;y 'cuttinlg fat- ing.
.H.McCREARY Editorand ublr. Bnekrisn education law enseacted by enough to let it alone when once free. tactic tricks before high heaven' in or- Our section of the country was
MRn '. the last Legislature, and gives it a It Is one of the greatest blessings to der to attract attention, alleges that ited with another shower of rain I
-- 'dressing down' which would have the human family ever discovered, 'The Punta G(ordas Herald is off its base day, which was needed very bad.
Tans or Scaers.: been more effective before its passage and It is sure to do much good in any again, which is nothing unusual,' and Jack Cabb was a visitor to our e
The Twice-a-Week Su $1 a year; Nix than it can be now. We had previous- community. The remedies are those its editor is 'opinionated,' because The few days ago, but left for ,
months, k60e.; single copies, be. ly learned from other sources that the used at the famous Keeley Institute at Herald stated that, if the Buckman Spirin gs Wednesday.
ADVvasrTATNo RrAT : constitutionality of the law was to be Dwight, Ill., compounded from the hill should be declared unconstitution- Clyde Axlitne of Cross Creek wa..
L[eal advertisements, 15cents a line tested in the courts, and from The formula of Dr. Leslie Keeley, who de- al, an extra session of the Legislature pleasant visitor to our city Thur-.i,
fow the first and 10 cents for each addi- News we gather wht will proba be voted many years to the study of the would be necessary to appropriate J. P. Tompkins returned eltal Insertion. the precise ground of attack. Our liquor habits and its treatment. He funds for the State colleges. Thursday night, after a short tri;
Displayed advertisements for three, Jasper contemporary says that the was a physician of high standing soand "This is denied by The Lake City Sol- Jacksonville.
Pr fns 12 m on at scial nates. Bookman law violates Artile 4, See- his remedies are not in the lest inju- omon, who alleges that 'the general w. P Tompkins returned home
hries furnished upon appication.'
Marriage and Death notices inserted tion 25, of the State Constitution, rious, but baild up the system that government pays practically all of t"he day from Gainesville, where he a,.
free. Obituaries, 5 centa a line. which reads: 'The Superintendent of has been shattered by alcoholic spirits running expernstes of the school here at an agrt cable visit.
.-.... Public Instruction shall have super- and opiates. Lake City, and that, therefore, no ex- J J, flaymans returned hom. i
Ova Covaslo Lit. vision of all matters pertaining to pub- tra session would be necessary. (lay.
lhe %un and the Thrice-a-Week lie inlruetion; the supervision of THE BOY CROP. "Thus, the very learned Lake City OsrSp a Map
(N. T.) World one ear......... $1 6 State buildings devoted to education- scribe cannot see anything in the shape Oyster Supper at Micanopy.
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.) al purposes,' etc. The Buckman law The Newton Mentor says "someone of a college or other high educational The ladles of the Baptist church :,i
Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75 provides that 'the Board of Control has figured out that the average boy institution outside of his own town. an enjoyable oyster supper at
--"~ A Sal n and the Atlant4 (Ga.) .,Semi-Weekly Journal one year. 1 50 shall have Juriedietion over and com- who is dependent upon his parents for His eyes may be so blurred with tears home of Mrs Dr. Z Mf. Price, MiA,:
The Sun and the Semi-Weekly plete management and control of all a livelihood until he reaches the age at the los of the I niversity that his py, Wednesday evening, the fund :
Times-Union one year....... 1 0 of said several Institutions and each of 21 years, costs them $4,000. Upon vision is impaired. rived to blie used in building a
--- -and every one of them,' meaning all this basis of calculation a brood for "The veriest tyro of an editor should (church at that place.
I Wl"We will not accept stamps of a the State schools; and that law also instance-six boys-will represent an know that, if the Bucknman hill is dte- The function was largely atteiv
iirger denomination than 2 cent..
rgerdenomination than cents. provides that the colored normal outlay of $24,000 by the time they clared unconistitutional. th, result and a neat sum was realized. T'.,.
-.._- ........... ~ school at Tallahassee 'is established leave the home roost. The question would be to restore the sIis ,lo, dies of thie building committee hli;
*- Atlanta will hold an exposition in under the supervision and control naturally arises: Does it pay to whereby several other col,'g,', besides be enabled to begin work on tih,
1910 Jamestown, Va.. will hold one o' the State Board of Education raiae boys, and are there no other that at Lake City would he sl4tantly church til a short time.
In 1907. But next week. Wedrtesday, and the Board of Control.' The crops that would be more profitable? revived. and the $150.I al,tpropriatd
*the Florda State Fair at Tampa will News insists that these two provisions If a boy turns out to be a cigarette by the Buckman bill could not be used
open up with as fine a show as one are in direct conflict with Article 4, flend with a laugh that would make fur any purpose whatever. 'The Board C I
would care to see. Section 25, of the Oonstiotution, as qoo- the wild untutored donkey feel per- of Control would cease to exis"t ai rld a TI
..- ted above, and for that reason the feotly at home in his society, and with all their acts wouid becornw, nll arind For Infants and Childre
The Tampa high school boy is figor- Buckman law. now the foundation of an untrammeled and unconquerable void, and the State Hoard if E(dl'at r"i The Kind 0You Have Alwas Bought
Ing on which costs him the most wor- our entire State school system for desire to avid work, it is safe to say would be instantly confronted by thb
S ry-the things he ought to do, or what higher education, must go to the scrap the parents might have invested to former laws, which require them ti se-I Bears the
he ought not to do, say. The Times. pile as worthless and invalid legisla- better advantages. But if the boy lect faculties and put in operation the Ibriaturoof
What he ought to do is to not do what tion. We pass it to the lawyer land 'row p with the lesson well learned State hool at DeFuniak, Gainesville he ought not to do the supreme court but we wold not that wealth and success grow only on Tallahassea, Bartow and St. Augustine.
.,be surprised if much the greater part bushes by the sweat of the brow, the Hlow they could do this without funds While out strolling last eve n c The Sun has never criticised Gov. of State sentiment on this subject, if parents peed not begrudge whatever may be a feat within the brilliance an 'ays a reporter, "we passed a h
S Broward for not hanging a mat I (Ch it could be sounded, would earnestly te hate spent on him, for he will be superior ability of the Lake ('ity pa- from which emanated the insir:r
county of the State every thirty days, desire that the supreme court might a aree of increasing joy and pride to per, but it would be beyond the hlgal strains of music from a piano and
nor for any appointments he has made find the Bookman law to be constito- their hearts when they grow old and capacity of the State ofi(ials. throat of a charming young lai,
or has not made, reports to tho contra- tionsl. This people of Florida, out- their hands tremble and their legs "As a corollary to the fort-going, it 'lhe only words the reporter cn j, t
S ry notwithstanding side the few oommealtle to be ad- wabble and their steps are slow and may be remarked that the want of ,di.- from the song were something at it
. versely affected by the passage of the faltering. They will then have two toral discretion and diplomacy hown 'dear mother." Passing on and tr
wilaw because of the possible removalof strong arms to lean upon" by one of its newspapers has a strong ing down a side street the rel or
Every man who knows anything schools from their midst, didn't seem ---- tendency to prejudice the people of saw through the kitchen window
about the whools ofAlsohta opunty is to manifest any great degree of indig- the State against Lake ('ity, already dear mother with her arms hori,.l
awaro thet th fa hyart benttr ntoanfe or n opp it wdilleo dg- OmeasureTOD
ware of the fsct that e ar better nation oroppotio while the measure OR METHODS. rioted for the quarrelsome proclivities most to the elbow in a pan of dn,
Stoday than ever before. If t Buck- was under disession In the lgisla. the sweat streamingdwn her wr
man bill did it, the present aihool law sureand afder is had beamelaw there In answering a commminication from manifested by a few (of its citizens, tha e sweat treaminge d'ewn her wrlopin is bound to be the best we ever had. sure, andafterithbdbeesmolawthere the Mayor and Board or Trade of Neither newspaper nor individual that faceandthehotrangeenvelopin r
b d t w ewas, so far as we could see, a general (aineville, regarding the Buckman is always 'knocking,' wins friends for She was singing: "We'll Work I
"- sequiesoence In Its wisdom, the vari- bill and the location of the University himself or his cause." Jesus Comes." -Exchange.
The investigations to be inaugurated ous cities striving for the location of in laneville, The Orlando lisily Re-. ..
S by W. R. Hearst in New York City will the new schools throwing themselves nt as MR ra a Alcohol will be used as a powr
orersas:MORE MAIL TRAINS. Cuba. It has been developed asa
no doubt reveal some very peculiar heartily and sheertlly into the corn- "This paper stands for the best Cub. It has been developed as a
work. If the frauds ean be shown as peltinn. The sheole have now been methods in 8tate education. We be- Practically every railroad train ill er in this tfountry for many year
stated, MClellan's election by the located; expensive pe mmimUry steps lieve the Buckman plan, as adopted the country will he a mail train in the1
smallest plurality on record for any taken for the nonstroton o the uni- by the last Legislature, conserves course of a short time. 'Postmaster- In u ant to tb
mayor in that city may be knocked out. verity buildings at Gainesville; the t interests. The selection of alo- General ('ortelyou has announce that t 5 ~urs. or is
Hearst has Jerome and Ivine to help people generally s*em to be suffering cation was important secndar b ei
cation was important, but secondary baggagenwen oin trains not carrying a nor ground,
S him, and the bottom of the crooked- under no sense of wrong o Jete in to the main question. We lieve the mail may arry rkaes f mrnin am
ness may be reaco thetheii question. We believe the@ mail may carry pacokages oif rirniknrg itl~t hiiii ut
aus moay te reachedl. this matter; and If the State could be board chose the place twat suited upon papers to any destination on the line W O a u 411
polled today we believe there wouldbe the merits of the case as iresented, and that such papers will te cnider. SProbably the largest number of pen- an overwhelming majority against re That Gainesvtlle proved to be the ed regular mail matter. Tihi will enpie traveling on one ticket passed turnni to former conditions when in- plae* was certainly fortupate for that able many w(ple to re,., ie their
through Miami Monday tin ttiets way sulfiient Slate aid to our higher place SEE D5
through Mi Mo ndatoKy onWhe r way s u hllwn iStaite d on o hher city, and it seems to be satisfactory to dailies in isin for breakff*r where S EEea
from New York to Key West, says The schools wasdtributed among so may this part of the State. But the purely heretofore the) wre delaed several tr r
Uoecord. The paty numbered ?00, and different institutions and they were at s ish Inlrests or io part of the State hoire wit'ng for the .r 'ina i. ,rif InIr'
one ticket wua lieued to carry them on each session of the Legislature clam- should weigh in so important an issue. trains Bitt the greatest benefit will ii ur
Ahe P. & O. steamer Martinique, which oroiusly begging for more to keep them The interestoof theentire 8tate should probaly tw that sustaind ty tht' rail- rr A no
left for Key Wet last night The alive. The News puts its eats against be the eare of every sparate locality. roads The government never allows DM ae .
party was composed of Italians and the Bu.kmsan law with the ford and As ay war upon the Buckman bill strikes to interfere with the United
Irtth, pleked up in New York, for vigor of strong coaviction and unwork on the F. I'> Iexte.nsion, When doubted sincerity, but we doubt If it ol ely tbto, easl~hSae al raytancryn t
work n t e FE.oreth e nson. Whb end otl ed ie it tweu ro d o o- if war for the University site, we believe and when it us rememtwred that 'aeh II S IB L E Y ,
it left the North the party numtred .will be ahle to scure a strog follow- the great mae of the people would train in the country wIl practically tw .
300u but St of them desred before ig in its opposItion to a law approved not be ia sympathy with a fight having a mail train the far-reaching effect of I' H Y 8 ICIAN AND 8 UR GEl'
reehbig Miami. from he beginnin by many of the that for its motive." the order is readily apparent The rul.
beet minds of Florida and which was irng will hardly t relished b th ty hot air, medaoated var bah andi r
undo.. ..dly dnd horeyre aronh y *,r over- trial Ueatment will t ueed in ooane,
The editor of an esteemed exchange undTIbtOdly d"i"ned to s Ia a lon- arIr"hdce in tm of dses0
has diseovare that there is a wide dif- eded evil in the State's higher educa- T whatever nature or d.mson
forene* between the school t, oks of to- tional system n *Ohe0 n Porter Bi'k, 115 E. Main Sn 1.
"But if it is unconstitutional the fact The recent elections, held in the The ire stick growers of 'ermanry (iALBaaYrLi LOaIDA. day and those of lno area sy shaud be known r oon as possible sers State on Tueday, show that art' tariff Icte, ard they at,. hi.
when he went to school he read his les- s l okoses~yi M tepol r woigwayo h rio h ota oab
e~~~on in the first reader rnething ike bepfore heavy! expenses are incurred on thes people ae beoming weary of the merintg what a 4,oft sna1 it is to) t'. that
this: n the firs cowder sothn a eo fith in the validity of the statute. ,errups methodls employed by the kind of favirte, I nd*- ra 5rac.
hist No, the cow a not a faw'The next legislature aneure theoon- lorng-oatinued power of the Repob- ally prhbitiv, trf ,n bire ,tk a e N o the ow ann run se t iutto al defect a d ive us a new l e s party, aud a united action w as and m eats h. w ht I r n, a of
*- Ia the horse It the latea up-to- mesure on this subject of paramount made to drie th, eorrupticats from huge has t a .4 ,.n ad
" dete reading oflltws t h to erage ktI umponnce. The ltuekman law was power Th. independent voter is te- and vty Mrturary :. ar "'ts a
SAin'tshe a teaus' She ig a eiirk,.r istin~ly an educattianal evolutiomi coiniga faetr in theecity electons at poud 1111 t -',*t '. '~reign:,,r ',I IT U I
-' C'athe ow pet a move "n Ierich' and, like revolution, evoluthon never least, and party ties are disregard | doe.' i') |,a} t. it '-"--h i ik '.

"ou tt she k ta ate t I ip a tw backward *( We etanot twlieve. went ome-s I a mea's home ties in retaI at I *'' a ;a an 'ri alau they ar the
,k a- hotNr 'nto w* it, that them wil erid w eletions mitrn b..f r i .'i. .- wH r ifto the adther the on,,lhkde hIo" Nit she ait au a return to the old sy im n Florida The recent votee5st in favor of mo- .5fl:4 .ents a : i f l n if i lOe: lour t e Ior tt1
do h ow nlespl ownership shows that the fso- uo ,ieiree, it! t ,, "ag that A k your d eaer for th
ha-triiKEL N IUE pie are opposed t,i the eutortiouis of tt:e tariff ;. d2 7) ,,.r*,. ..... "Su nny .Jim" 8hoe and ':
eves new buster**, la have ren KEELEY INSTITUTE. h rpraM oatae t r J ar f r r t) *ar .... 'i1t it
built io this city within the pass .s mer, aud they are all 'ecupnvd iou \ Keeli]y Institute for the eur of en through munieipal a hthe erd w. la rt t ... 'r., it ,New cenoerns have opesod up for the i iuor. morphine and other drug wlat thetispt enienagwhen.s the lat t.* t-.rr: ;al i ta "
tuade, sad it to appaent that thce will halts., is to tw opened in Jaeksoevilte will wa their psho bt mtihiee ed as t r..n, an- y are
all dea fase trade All the new house t a ste'wk company competed ,' i. It fo o sta to d he
that have bten buds are also oeepied. Tatum and J H Ttum of Miami. J proper government as is. e tong T which sk ws that Oainvsllhe us "on.g l' Marthews of ('olumba. S ( J l.. as we ra a fro sad fa r ballot Tra., r
ahead mad the people have con'tdence, \Yall*e and H 6t Som of Jackson. r: a .'. ,
s its future. W hile m any people have t li The ms t of the. geatlem on T he p re tet g otkok for trdford lanc u s y r ak e a t sm ea es n
ciompltned of the unusually warm are atrv'ady know io I'iokia Mr Te o eetrastwlrry evp lmss fon to ar -* ._ar-- e mm m
stammer ja pas the belth of the Mattheese i treasurer of the Pi nlm st. com a ag. T e en abe i ts aro t h t a way .-- t :' ert**< 0d *** a i.Th emslaetl.reh t~y "~ t'.-~ I'i'sd i
eaOy has beeS gooda4 tbore kas ot to :ank a d Treet o'empany aed owa* gtv ive g erts sad a Lwtey scr- pgtiseateein
4*,* gbeeante 15ge..ine from r' of one-third of the stos t the ree4 eeat say of tbe etleek there
feat of anything thet amudt in ta the Keely insitose at Cblsmbeta. .'eao m ce l Barrie* S "c t. go , a
Seag of asepitemseoreotSges TheI There arethundredo toof eaa 'ls se ery ese khas besa ea ~*t.* h '' et -'-a.:, a.- es : In
he ~h ea.ville. l o ry way able men as the Uae4 d8tae ad go a e bus 5Oe W ter: t tr a .tn, an aa I
.. al~lghkw ICadMs who im shahd e Kate ls A eriy t~e wr t'bg apho si t ': arms at s.s ,er a week

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TERRIBLE ACT OF BRIDE. :Illt -IIII (~i thool II'* iit up

RESTING SESSION ____ K11i Her Nowoly '#bdded H,,sband and OVA W~ [K LY R2'~~ Ir, i::i~n~rn

OF COUNTY SIJLONS PIANOS*ORGANS rok\ Nhe Siids E iYO K [ ERItiei 11,,i nttilrel ininlk at
fosovm~ $Upar 635! Upward ) ih amt night ~A" milli .Itn d ift--etc
-~--.dol h ".Jilin "o4 at Pvcji mn ,4 N W I t IItIh th 1 1 t I I If IIIIIitea I ncII I
Interest and Importance. ('We SeUId~ at Lintes foitit dea iir ccr 51 ..ai u lwnlef v''r~.
.... V E A S Y T E R M S f t i r this m morning w ith a ;) 'o. ill1ivt Passing G lim pses of Fashionable Purs q e e' Iitt e .m'iilre i band, anti a hl let wounit he.itl~r Enormous M uff-k and MA:'y Headed shocdN iteg hlivit,4 111 1 e' D BUYS SCHOOL PROPERTY (WePlIVtoAt And Guarantct Satilfduior he: ad. Tollrl.,4)11 was I)'111 [liH'ste Ncpee rieSokClasnvkucl~ieieer :' t
to Asist he CuntyOndD OhINSTRUMENTSUEIU EXC-1AM1E bdddwttlreblht:nhhed te Nevost Wrinkle Luxurious It il 1it1"It Ol'l'IAt ,I .h!Ii'ke
rt AsitteC u t an Ciyand lit b )y Coate For Motor Wear. I llf-ili rint'Iili t Ili ilil' 11111il:i '
diicational Miltters. Decided to(1Ic )ufrilP~ear o aal~u Juhnson had loved Mis-4 Hopi, since! 'i1wirt littleru idii 11 i ll -' 11 1i ed..
at 68,OO-Other Matters of In- 11 Of VITHER her early' childhood. li. \ka 28: By RE NE 0 EVER AU X. stable, steejcc Irel und Ilvt l I V.ii irefl
t Dipose of.PIANEOS OR OR GA NS.) ) ~ears old. rind she but 1IT. ItIer their It dos"It 'slE .'ti'ee wehr fAililil,ii'eil otlarlewim wlth Ii I I i wit I'e
NO ASIENTS -I41.l( ru /11.4 k w'edding XW'driesday night. Ie argo still e er OI ~otr-c ~ 'k' e ltliIhig,~e i~'i Gainefiville, TIuesdiay, Nov. 7. P w V etX-, t-d,/ f,1 and dance followed, an, .C!wet ill III spite (of the iii falil tiikci)' iti-l 1114,11114 re.Itit'e' hint it "11111til 4111:eotv fi
Board of County Commsion- 'light the4 couple drove to howe oIf souci ftir cowitts att it Ill) mu in meeoo mtteirIial halAi~ lil, Jaeku'ti may lwo, hini
t this day. Present John (3. -I-tti heKromom. vari. atelnd w ii e Ilid thime it imeea t iiesI', lit iii 'dl'UCte pr i'e"4.
ler, chairman ; C. C. Pstiriek, J. Hinews are hereby a~ipoiated toc rievir 'Ph.'r non-appearance olu h l~.eo nestt~eififr~.' lil i*'".tt'r ni.tev havio IiIe -i-vtIn
teen, F. F. Paulling and J, F. and mark out said road and neqkt. re. house lit the morning (,alloti l(111i ry tile iieck~ of tho tM1,1 Ilai KIN "' 1,114 Nilhoi 1' he~itc l terditl lit
ri.port of their d,)ing at the next regal anJ tvfien the door of the 'lie!t ecIam- sloec's fur e.,itt'4 are eait ttlw., ~ sn~. Ow 'Iirtspitng Rono Ildifiai motion the minutes of the last lit meet ire of this board. The idatd her was~ broktln open the Ae titean 1% AS lines of tilt limitlso-etete c-loth gifrmc'etits, 24111-, i''' Ml. t'fls~ o'll
ing were approved without read. Shitirtman Thomas is to put thigh pro. folind % Ing in a pool of I ',i ieeforel' m111any lel~triots vilaeliit' mooieot-4. Iiclt
posed road in ilsigood condition as tiler drde ihapitlr ieand i :c Itzgscliiot ~' s i.I~ O'~ 1 e~o o aaBuh ~ur
following bills were ordered present rogid. anid he'! b-raIns oozing freen, h!I' Viatifli! It Iitiitel oft IIIII'itit lve'i. ,-\ e N' I Itna
The petition of the citizens of [iS In her head1. j -ut ntceab le ftire.'t of thl %ItIIaN I' .- -e
H W ienges, clerk and auditor, triot No. 12 ( A rredondo) asking that Jo ht.i s %e otnds were in 'lie t, 11 (li 'e t s is c'e t airl i itg In"~ ~ '- 1IN'
W. M. Torlay. guard at jail, $25 ; B1. F. Massey be appointed inrspector fii W r 11 1 ~ c h'lf epe n gc~if~ollacrs. thersd bei it iue h'l-i lidooea4tc.t Vt :1licii \%.If' it. in
Sherman, janitor. $25; Southern trarki and brands, be granted, &tilli "~~Id~ it, t eheok. F~ 'her f r of tie,' 1 ieee ftlloti~eced 'ilcclrlli -, 'Itr 4-lIr I .h litet
Telephone Company, service, $7 ; that lie enter upon such duties as Ill- fir-1t nII low-ild have prof,, i eal. No! S-tune' f the di-cer fui e chaelin'
E. Lambright, advertising State speetor after giving bond. tiO'e i e tcgeyCnlt learned Inleg) A iniiidel N% ith it Iliglier lpe'lt, an t mi.il 4, 1 1 1 t I 11.111if" ill
official program, $15; S. H. WAhereuron the board adjourned tin. e'~e'eeeli'icl iileetai' \t,witiitimt 1,1111 1t Si, el': ,. r t wont
nges, stampsi, etc., $6.85; East Flor. -til Wedneildaty morning at 9 o'clock. Georgia Congressman toi Retire. loeling I''t-posit lei'ttatll wh iltt1-1itC. Al. It l' COP .4I A Ilkt I, s
T lp o e C m a y se vc $ ;S~i\;tmmI0 alt t ., 'Nov. It... ll. JRlittil stunt.It Mlte' I1114 e' 11ii ie' Ite~ co'eilecl, Iy ohI lt e I! ?.11 -if' ii .'

esiville Uise and Electric Power Wed n eid ay, Novembe r S. A' er reprtse'ntatie'e nt congrewtis thep mA lileMlti rate'k' eie ;II1aive 111 1'i 4-e it'l 111t," inI 14-- 7,, '
party ,lights and lanp, $23.22; W'. The Board of County Commissioners tro u t i Ir.*t (I.( orgia, diett -t he deian hautinee itl.. tlil i4e teei et tl''s 01111t. )IN ee4 .4 '-;', IA%% r'"-es'
flicki neon. col lecteir, ~met this day pursuant to adjfu rtnient f t he' 4et-etg Ia deldegafie t. will nIt Thlemeu tit tii it 0ree it ii liIh throait, 1111,0tghwl 91 'l;0 I *.4' si '
.23; 11. H. MIcCreary, publishing of Tuesday, a full board being pre-sentt. agin~ t( tiii~w ai exnddat li t ca o nti r'each'inig c t it r l et e'l till- liidit 111cc' 11 '114 i1e ('11" t i'l' ibiitrieii w-ur~i Inei0 colors' report. etc 0 $58 50; J S The meeting being cal led to order, tlee. he I itlett'ra ys In Ii'xecu '.1 lei So t ti 1 11,11 t~i"e ill le '. %l'le %it t c hceade A I \ 4 1 '1!' lIf \%.A' of I l s'i 's Iford & Co., medicineo.c, $11.64); 'thew iintite5 were approidit(I withoucte Buslte asi i'tt.essdt't ii orl Ilete' 'eut tihey tailsk mid vtC et i"' ar'. ct- r',cn',. li,, 1lery
J. M. Dell, profiessicrial services at reading.ar-g ilyIqiislonoiaincw.Eioiioir dreptiutrv
to t-te nex-lt 'ontg~ress by the I ernoe ittia c atatKu i ttc'ii'tsciesctpt* n ec
1. $IO;Gt'o. W. Hyde. blankets, etc., Ordered 1atatisnx rar ocilIatc1 evihIw01-1,d-Aiti"
jail, $27.65; J. C. Bahts, clerical That, for the purpose of Inking ear.' srt:y sat ito flait rad y to, pil pto l':m ittl 'etul't ee 1111-1 hIn caaIEpoeeFr Cus rA on tax roll 195 $50; L. A. Jerni' of, and to provide for tho poor arid it). sAIvt Vl 1' 1tt Ic.~ Iu ha n 11. I'O wltIll a ogus'. ent imi I i himietv''' Ireem there II I iit-&nal Ncpov I I Fort Clubs.iI tocare of clock. $10; 11. A W. it. di~ignt people of the county of AlIa- noa~~puunta le m tg iiore' i lit- imi ve'~i''t lit tile-l tu enisee ~seitriVt4~e
ew (,Io., fivwe pairs hmndcuffi, $22.86; chus, that this board do purchase thce 0atedidute, as I dlo Dot fte i'flliecig to peasuice. Sie, k 'telhe rue Ilc 'cie'liilir pper Printing ard Pueblshing Co., property known as the Female IDurini-i undeergoe thq' exci temient iif aicot ter anti Iwlilt fit III-# v~l Il% cm tslr. It-o' r ftfis One u iclif Fnei .eor Ste''w rt, inding tax bwoo, $24 ; L. W. Fen- tory of East Florida Seminary. and canripeemgn, especially one Ti.A: hrootanf' white rui. li'tIciLZ 'iie'ill '1imielci i9~ g 't9 itf witie)rit li, til s,. ."!I 11, conveying lunatic to asiyllum, that a warrant for the sum of $8,(00 (to pto ligo' aI mlakeae f-4 te-iarl Ie)un &ci 1iatV .'e llti he ofastm eefo m~c til oie,I
90; Philter Biros., sundries for poor issue inc payment for same, payable to D~li't'tI -icilt0t i i. 'Skilful 1mlittii-i trit~ u imiiluso getm u 4.111ol-sep'ial IH4*,teraA the-vli Tir of Floida ace1K fln ItWVlP'lhl h i-e
rm.y,6 52; S. 3. Thomas, rope. 12.56; ttte Treasurer oFlrdsilfriendsf who are w-iina;Ii t, I, tre-ed icsru l icrlIi it ljloo alu.n ee'' i'1i) of fllyea tinil i i gall.
A. Thrasher, professional services, that the satne be delivered npon the butl .cre' go ie :otis e.'iju,,t lip! It) JKLtai livoe Inthe, spar fatecrtio On Ni- ?4til.
;J. B. Pletcher, care of paupers, execution and delivery of a good and lt. h'- frowill usks614, li'l ilttt all.
50; H. G. Mason, examination of sufficient deed to said property ; Paid m pJlsejed crutfetmtri
nahics Williams and Young, $14; deod to said property to be made to B3urned to Death Ili Jail,.hij* h epniuid i o ir
ris. Rachel Robinsoll. care of pauiper, the 0ounly Commissioners (if Alachua votinggo ';atei .~t Nov -. C4 hfit rtlthim 11, 0 for atith e hlis. iteciding
TL.BtlaerodwrW;cutadtheir succeossors inx office; 1-lie ks 1 i ieclitg %woddilt' wiatll e Icet nue-i teelir s. the "* pti tit I,*t. for
T. Bulwreroa wok, 88;coutyand- ulil n14 and the cue miinbi N~ tit heVeA tlim
*E. Lartigue. professional services, said deed to be executed and deliiver. to dc-tiIltl !1 'Ily JAIl I tid- Slip xlneto frisn
F. A. Rout, plumbing work, etc., ed within six ty days to the clerk of the pillal iueti Ilk flt life M4ee Ii! -etliueig (III 5f~
E. Baird A Co., sourdries for court circuit court of Alachua coucy. lf.vlirfo ie pijt,. Btln"Nlo oMry
us., $4 02;- L. W. Feunnell, sum mon- There being no further business, the ill %A to Aetty, (or it .d-e's .tIoll' Itl Choov oP 1A ip ht h
g venire, $3N 60; L. N. Pearce, sun-i fmeetinlg adjouned.S cig l Ie' l Illi-- rit lot ,c *ea ft dwo lsitlfrrMltIna aks
iot for road, $20.40; J. M. Sylvester. iu i k tI' l~, ,i 10111 i trI-ol te 11tlp.ytlr
rk on road, $18; Town of High JOHNS-REDDISH. bell). hilt lI-efeIre the', &1,4ril'okcieI I'. teatdy o 'thee ilegNeImet cimo Rnemiri t e il
rings, pro rata share of roaed taethre flnt'sani dl! &If-,. heki it-; lilt,'hteh.'ae rl h
19.8; J. Gi. Dampier. road hands for PplrPpe Married at Waldo fail 4sii', tt te' roheicrr -l Nesleioncef heart
whmer, $I200; J-. F. Townsend, Wensdhevnng i Maiflin [li mani ote w itto acel fleew In It 111me 141 altar.' his for
hands for Novtember, $175; Waldo. Nofiembeor 1l.-(n Nwlilld- the- jatl wa ht cl (I Vting tit. I ickl5 elb'liamg'e
0. (sturen, road hands for Novem- needay evening at 7 o'clock at the oohr n a ~a~ li~ef IFecc fit l' If ii at idnal ilian ne..
r, $150; S. E. Birooker, building Waldo Hotel1, kept by Mrs. Mary Mter, and was oil aeulritt i i m %Ii f'tte l~ei nt!%,i i~lte'- i! ,l 16,Soft
go. $14; T. R. Waits, road dyer-, Redd ish ani daughters, Niss Ads HIs family in onoid of ttl s, :i'la. the
rd, $2; F. J. Hammond, sundries Reddisht and Mr. Btolen Johns were state. 1,in Aitfildr-I. ft 'Aall
roasod, $1 60;: J. Il. Ostren, sprvioce united in marriage, Rev. I). 1, Bran- oa' ~lt o otn
road, 1119; 8. E. Britiknight, work on icing officiatcng. Some forty glmeeto lndponde'its Carry Memphis
-1 fit; C-did C."A' Flemher wor onr as' e to o onr o te opla
ki~t'ei cel,- ifni.- ~ Indea S's CII 8sun %1-c"ii' N "~ 11 I '4 -*









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U bII ILLEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Une MASER' hYvru fa ereo
-r n -r I'HL('TIN. toler. jj6 iv the fluo. J. T. Wills. .
NOTICEU FOR the i cortdl (JO hLb icalI.f
PARTS OF FLORIDA K _0i O F A L~L ~NTC Iuu the Circuit (out L~breli JgdIol

Brif~~~~otc In~ Frm VrhsR'~t' L Aereby iriven 0131t thle fo ivwInv- Iu,4dr1 is Iirol~t 1. as c poneisl D*Dt
CU M RHMA"T = AM ALL IP" amed settl r a fil nt ic i of hkl Chancery. *111 pell1 at public ofutcr
HaDDioDIu. ofStte CR E neI e F l -i~ inetOb laitl hose~ dklorid a. on Mond aY.i
Rte c e iver at (; a A curt ho 0 11Fo o I n h c t o
Bectiops~~~M of State .~ 19 M, vraia 17ebe i 41;4y, of liernber, IM,06 between tt,
SkYAICT I 'F111loN 10 "'A w~er I hours of sale, all trie rigt ih rdi
THE M OST IM PO RTANT EVENTS UHd.. No. 31AM for tne N' f N t.*"" o .ad d f n an i n o h ol,
N e t ll~~~ ~~ S e e 1 6 p 7 S H 1 i n A l a c h u a C o u n y l o r i d , .
H e nam e s the f ollo w ig w i t ie 0 'I' N orth half of L t N O L e n ( it) In
Transpiring in "Tile Land of Flowers." bh con1inuosrIet',c U- hu "~ I' iti i .rlt,o,, unit ten acre. Haf tlan I.
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the ofJame Lan. y"n.. V illiamls. j 1t. J~ok rvritai l# (4 a ct. rest o and less
jam" 1L rHitna-. ill Cf~dfr. It (11% eet forT Eset. sad [oal
Busy Reader- Items of Interest to moo Lt. T. rhma. t illN!i -tr.tr jr KA lilt csee ftor set MidneLotlI.
Alll W.Cl.atoINSse ft.e 'i t with ail tind singular tl.
All lasq s. I mnut I e t,,r italet% m~i appurtet,,
The bean ('rop itt Oakland is~ Platid to NOIiD 01. AI SI'l A1 (4, (,11.\ 'I 1, 1 I ,li~~gO DfDYWsgl
a falur D I'D N1*~I "I- I 'i I i' VI X ,id t' i-iro to e old to ati'.fv
b. alifoSt aiue 4"9. LAWIS OF FIA ifIDA, crv ;iid( co1, Tcrins CalSh.
Capt. A t t Ilen ry H -vpflfiF. an N otice 1% be e i vi e tha IIC. 4 "mOl, ltI "' iFk I M A TH I:'. ,
honored Cnfe'derate t'ewIrafl, is dea~d C. ~~rt~'h OiIOeIo W V" I W. ~ 'c. ~ae n
of Tax Certificate No. A, dated the :iltdi (Ia i I iA Il PUBLICATION
of July. A. I). IPMeJ ha% e file-d Baid e''rtilicite
Gleo. Crawliorci of LieOkwas ar- in MY offie,. and hsK e cuade amuIicatii Illt or atd ('flee at Gainesr ilie.
Jitt'~~tax died Wo kine in accordance with lat October 12, j,.
reftd fr a cri ina alsila lton rs.Said certificate embraces the followivl NIrlo I-' 'h, e irel- viven that in e iu,,
Susie Gray.beribed propeit y 4!tuated In Alacebuf eolfltN. with till- pro% islon4 of the Act of Cot-r N54i Fofa Noit:Se -S itt.R 54 ac.- Juei'. entitled "An Act for the s The Georgia Southern & Firila NZ T C = % ilof nd, See. nl. Ti'ww Iat th 15 te of timber Ilra in the States of Cl~fornia
Railroad station at Palatka is now *isanc o ue bn ce1aed It the da1tLe of aon, Nevada. itd Washiniutooa Territor%
the~uace f sch er.Lfest inthenam o extendeol to all the public land StateI,,
41w M afcle MJobs Flnnery. of August 4. It(#2. Thomasa A. Ton.
ready for occujsaooy, MLC.blid,w ia ol9dgw~t1C.q.Ea,6gMog Hae.si etlet hl eeru ( 'aide. county of Alachua. Slate of k..
Live Oak citizens will organize a ebm~ cvtcs.. MacusIIg S 911111111111 cording to law. tax deed will iIsur t herpoii on ,as thj., day tiled in this office bis sworn
of~~o tra e.1h11111116 an the 11th day of i~eem tber. A. D. 1". rent No 24. for the tourchbM e of the Iw ft A ~ -7e-~s m.t, wN&c Witness my oflieial usir'nature and sea thiso )inTwshpN
board of4 tae Whnte aiay-2AI. the 7th day of November, A. 1). I'lloo N tt1 of Section o nTonhpN(
"re tfa 0t MeTJ~7.~ bell.id H. 18 .nW~ Ranjoe No. 16 k,.. and will offer proof I,,
thin ciy thy 5I ~V R~i~haea'e. p ('lrk ircit CurtAlacuia~ Ithat the larid sought 14 more valuable '
thing in ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ trle thtct hygti.IX =011= mfe l lr ici or lthl o.Pi.tt~ror %tone tban for agricultural 1,u,
Rey, J. It. Cozpmmo the___ new -ats coms"f-------"adanand to establilsh his cflilim Wo said land minis.er at(Willis, tewias pratih hmaou eslih d emm k.nw NQT1CE OF AI'lLICATI(i\ I-Nol '11IA X4 l.uturday the -14rd dtiy of December. 1:.at Flemingtonl and will ats. & ~of t hesb M th .-il0WN ie DED U'NDER SECT'It) C' t4 of,1AlMl'Eit He nuume' asil wit nesies: X A. Otwr.
nambr o (lrrnn wr~..psare4'9* LAWS OF 11.4410A. Ifeech. John IC-teeti, James E.. Osteeri.
Aa nube ofOra srhp r Willeford, Fia.
"U M 3 = O 5C 0 AM $1.00 Not ice is heretio giv en that Hoillcson A\ '' Any find all poersons claiming sdver.c
at Key West and the it cer. are AtI U pourchuasers of a 1paitof I'ax (Certificate No A'1 aboti -decribed land~s are requesteil
BA R SNO Wy LINIMENT~ CO* date the btih dat of July, A. L1). Iml,17. have tiled their claiwsit this offieeon or before -a
being entertained itl Ikraat style. nWnm Aai certificate in i) omou 141 ,rxi6 hPv riuitlE' dil of Wlrx.' Vr.lik&
8T- L~k IL L A-aplication for taxotdeed to) l.,mieli meoratq't- tid W. (i. R011IN SO N. R4f
Thtf total lols by theft fire at Perry with law. Said certlileate Icenirave. rthe f(l- .1ouJp Sttayngt i lae tlowingfi described properly situaltedi il l %]it i t. N li Vl-) I1HLCTI
onlast8atudsynigh is lace atcounty. Fi~orlds. WwIt$30,W), with ortly small insurance. 11,01,M. 4alndf. Mw~sk 13, Archer. Fo I1LCToN
The said land eiga.--'Iatthe (;t i f 1.Larid Omfee ait Gainesville. I
Out of 349 votes cast for major of 8" A m h imwna'of s~uch certiticate in the rime (If (leobert I. l
Orlando last Tuesday J1. H. Smith got W .M T3 Er 802W, Gliai --ie'v-3J.1e Fl. anImp oerl.at shl i'rderlelo wit it rrvlti hy nact Ifnl
Carer lecedcording to law, tax deed toill Issue tllere~ll i June ** ptzN. entitled 'An Act for the .,
291. C. R. Catrwits elctd ar- the I 1th day of IDecelinhier. A 1). 146,i' I trtier land's in tile Statesi of Californilt
shal.Witness% mv off1iul slatnature 11110 'wtuil ti' gin Nro'. .tdind W~itshinigtof Territor, the 7 titda) of November. A. 1). 1111 lot extended to all the public land Stavs it
The hunteris at Gulf liammock aria I- H IIN fiS- Auglust 4. l'rZr. Johnor 1). luther of ()1t:
having good mcesand there Ispet Pol lrlicit(or lcl~aC..Ia county. of Lartayettie. State of Vlbndui
I ucs lny--* ~ -:1 1 3f Ij S fil- day Wleil in thll-, oftice his s~worinstatc!'
of gaeIn that setoboth large and NOTICE OF" A1PPULCATWcN FIoR TAX INat 2NI. [of tle puirchatte of the SwSt of "
emnaw~~~ See.' W and'hI5f4 Nw'4 of Nwls of -ectlon N.,
small. ~...OF.... DEYD I7NIJFR SECTIONm m OF CHIAPTER Townshuip No 11.ag~.ILadS
I proof to show that the lnd tough; is '
The Lad les A Id Sonety of the NI. E. fll4. LAWS FLOIIDA. valuable for its timbter or stone than for
Churh at xfordIs rasing fnds t LII rvi i iiiir~ 1101 00 ~ oticelmhcrbu g~en tha It. t culural uoI ses, an to etablih hi i elit
0huro at Oford s irssing unds o Notce Inherebt ifiem tht Itaid Hlandiibeforielan befoe ter andrand eece~t
bopirimpro. and paint their church L iD ~ VY N LI VU purchaser of a part of Tax Certllcare No.* 3m). 0arne4slle. Florida. on Wednesday. the
boilitil. IU [Kh INE LIO OR Cmsad certilkaste In M% 4ffice, arnd has He natbets 'wItn~imies: Daniel Lanei, I'
5. made apipli('atioJf for trax deed toitsu NIn John ;, Ilow.ar- '. J. Go4odw in, Jamet, A. P,
St. Petersburg will have the names THE GRE3AT SOUTHERN MAIL ORDER HOUSL accordance with law. Sai certIUrte' u her, aill of old Town. F~la.
______________________________________________the_ follow ini delsorIbed Iproperti, %tu- A.,v 1,knd till pert.ons claiming advertei'
of the street of that city Marked with -atoed Inl Aiat'hulatounty. itrldil. tooot1 ahIr-de'aerl~ed I uris' are requested
a s~~igns on theli corners and tho houses EXPRESS PREPAID, Full Quart Mealsur.l. Lotoo .1.-4. 11. 6. 7, i andi 9. lilook 21. Areher. their claims fit this ofiee on or before sil
T'he liaitI land being is.-Pionweil at till, dlata If (1, %' of Lh''eeuut~a'r.1, .
numbered. .Pier Foor Six Per the issuuace of mueb certificate in Ithe nuicl Ill lid W. 1, ltuITINSUN. Rewg-2.
"AMdsi' ionwsehool bulding Gaillott Quarts Qua.rt@a Case Fla. Town imp. to.
fn ne i I Hatolobetts oa t Stc on $4Off 0I'ni~stnlrim said eertfiiete ahuall tie rilIr'rl noi:-.
w ibeopne oilat Wetoesda #0 #4 COnlinif to low, tax deed will ['sn' thlert-LIt on 1i t It D)IORCI
wil beopuedottWenesaynext for Jlatbetrn trat's Whiskey 4 ht) 4 fk 6 90) 13 -1 the lit, lii'. of I~ebr Ai. 1). tiIr'. tIIIi Kgt udca
the frst essi n, ItIf ahand om e a d Hachatl 3so .le V il' X 1.11 4 O1t) 9W) Wit riesiaw l (u' ollefal "figfnt"I "0 till e,'Il l?1!v(- Li oit Jihb aw lli
th irtsssoItI bismead Eureka N. C. Apple Brandy 4 : % 4 7to 14I) 14 00 the (iu f N ovembher. A. Il I ikn .\.AI:i C(,e4ittN hFlIruila- -In (1lIar.
gobstanulal~)rek stitur ...br~ 4 (1) 4I (101 lin I'd Co' rk 4CIrcult Coaurt .'th-t:.iia I i*.k ,'c''Ir'tlI~in J rMTheOl fXhl -s.fill Reliekas of' Ruroka N. C. Peoeh Brandy 4 'S 4 M 7K 14 WI------------------- i IrtIlii ubl i'.. apti enolI
Te0 rI N C. Pearih 1ta'sil 125 3 M 4' 11A, tle' 7i. thPe lill )I tdtedt 81a111e19t41- tarlado t literitiied Han~ford ILodga rureka N. C. 0onr - I' X, I' N' 4''i for 9Ii '10'.CTtN I I i. I''hi.II I~Caau
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laSt Tuesf-iday rilliht. Therm were 26U~. N'ureha N C'. C'arn. XXX 2 -s 2 ~ 4 Is N A) lI''l bi-I ETiN 'II III 11- stet~ he State of Florida, i
present ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~r-il stltil"affolf Iflaia&-rii u e t Nr.nrt. XX .IN) sNta;N 7,1 0riitt itofOer-ta tk,& a-l 14t-ert.t
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THE OAINEVILLE9 SUN: NOVEMBER 1.4, 191).") 7

SACRED CONCERT. GE~xS. HACKER & SON WEST ViRGINIANS HERE.

ical Treat Which Was Enjoyed MANUFAM11HRK l)i Party of Six Arrived Thiir~d~y an-d: D R .* u TIEn '
by a Small Audience. Others Will Folios..i
Saturday'vt Daily Sun. Iet \Nti VirRiznianS a '
last evening was ore of the 93 Sttii wi live lohIating h- Se %4ri Ed l i1lf
sacred~~~~ litvii of tha'~Cpipoie t ate 113'.r.oidhe
usical eniertaiinents held inSae
&I for a lone time. T oe Pelee- N 1Aiiiievill.., a-ttled ound A,1
were of a high c!a,4- and their 0 wi'ead aebe
ring was highly gratifying. "ll be~ dta Ii!hv l .
sea selection by Lhe inches. CL f riendti to cort and rnaku h, ti inv
A~ ~ ~~~~i Toeh arivdTrtywr
posed of Miss Christine Rich. in o wor rriwvil
let violin ; Miss Minnie H-amp.
violin ; B. H. Chase, flutle, rind MsEdadAlbright, !Ill Finni'R. A7 Beckitr, pipe organ, was thead Albright, 1). F. Harm: ilni litio,
ag nt~mber and performed in a a dBuilding Material, nuona oft Trra Alto, Mn.t K1; kvi
al mnnr "H RLSTN,9C. @ieof Croneville, and U I, It mlntr
as mnne. to CH KL~ON,. Iof Rowlesburg.
11111, ~ ~ ~ ~ ma Lowelhood sangJ two solo@,I Mrp. Aibricht, MISs A bfilohtR1.1D M83AdPh f
,"ad"Jesus, Lower of My v i1UL lntuvi
and There ieiht Cod markd imroe Mrs. Falkeftit ifle will be gll' is of NI rC u e Hach
There to a ark" improv- A ZTX) sid Mrs A. S Albright. Nlr WittwoilCu e H ach
in her voie.sines we last heard___'
Ino, and she rendered both se. ___ is a brotur of Mrs. 0"srvi. loriten of Ams ntnl, t~Ilaen a
na very brilliantly. Tito duet by 1 iS.this city, and will spend iL. WHil, T 'Almot. Theal~ rliv leve7 noWA
Goode and Mr. Hodges, tenor, E.K HACK R Pr itrhre. effects.il. il The pan so R l nic Pain, otd
atoo a pleasingnumbor. E MM roieo al ftet-il.wl itn erliIlemtcPi4Bd
r. J. A. Goodwin sang "Dreamn of -Terra Alta tiome timet duriti iie~ atica, Backaea, 'Stoinach ache, u
isell in hie beat manner, his voc MEANS-EVINS. Month with a view of (I vlting iP 1ains, Pains froin injury, B aii
a upper register being strong and (iaillesvill. alid vicinity. mril tlteitti- dw an, Jdgcto, Izi!u
perfect. Wed ding at High Noon at Bride's! dothe painsViriniaigestiont Dil IT an
h seletion of the orchestra, as Home in Evinston. prove (It an a dditio to 0aiii- iNervousness an Seeplessues&
I as the trio for two violins aiod the Evinston, Nov. 10.-At the beautiful villv'oi pola-ion.
no was mods heartily enjoyed and home of hor mother, Mrs. Mary W. Es'- NoCs fPemoi- nRcr
yed with care as to expression. TI pn 111, at high noo( hrdyteaco- N aeo nuoi nRcr
o young ladies bring forth full and i llifod -ind lovely Miss Satra Augusta %Ve do iint know of a pit Ki, msiot~-rfect tones on the violin. Mrs. Evinq was married to Mr Jauites W. where at cough or cold reoolted inWO
ker, who has charge of theoe enter- Meatis of Mclntoah. Trie Hey. C. M, ptietiiiti or conatuiptiel i when Fo. S
inet.expects to. have~ the i Gordon performed the ceernmy. leyr i.r onesld Tar had 1er'ii tskoen.
ular intervals during the winter, Mlr Means is the youngest P.) if It ell reo coughs avid eold perf, ioi ly,dif they or" as good as the first, a
Ill deserve largo udine. Judge G. W. 'Means, who esmaro here Si 5 do not take chances wiii pont- in. o
from South Caeolina over oixty years: known preparittion which ity itolitin When You Have a Bad Cold ago alid did more thotn any other man Olliatfs 8,Which causPellP C1511 patto. a. I PaI m I
You want a remedy that will not to develop thio seohiolx. The son is cond it inn that retArd. rvoi~uiery f roin
nly gtive quick relief but effect a per. worthy of his noble sire. Misfi Auguotsa I a cold. Ask for Foley',, Iliin.y andiN rv
anent cure. Evins in a daughter of the late Capt. Ja an. rose any st i L'.f i ~A
You isant a remedy that will relieve W. 1) Evine, a gallant captain in Ithe ?,t(tllt Co. Pain as sure to follow any strain or w hui
-the lung* and keep ex pectoral ion easy. Confederate army, and loved toy all for In the Mayor's Coirt. 1nlec upntenres0tmyb
You want a remedy that will corin- bis kindness alid exemplary lift-. IThey ~ edaa uhrI it)1w'over-c aertion, heast, Intense mental INor,
%ioan ednytwrpnuoi.hvmayfreds in Sot a,.i amRe nILterl-ytovt digestioni, or any cause that depresss
terat ay tndecy owar pnumoia.avemaryries i Moth ar i t- only subjects before, t tit- tnayor'. agitates the nerves. So sensitive ore hyt
You want a remedy that ii pleasant and Florida whrti iish them mroeh hall*~r 'iay ~o eii.trahM i least. pressure or strain causes sufferla 4 yu
and Safe to take. pines" in their j-iurtiey through life. r, F ridaghtingl traiu o Ingo strengtheni n and quilting til
Obmoar' olhRemedy metsi Mr. and Mrs Means took the afternoon UhinaniIeh astheAnti-Paineasfill@ Miles *t hC pals
Ohaabrlan' Coui#gghaievit ni They are sold by dru gists, ape a blsaon 4
all of these requirements and fir the train arid after rambling a trionth will too strong, Major Thorn wi decidoold t( guarantee that the first boX WWU imak W m
speedy and permarient onure of bad Isettle in their attractive home at Mcetheofnesoflgai.a( li* refunded. Nriver sold is bulk.
sold stands without a peer. For sale Inethth feandrcots pact~l, atdfi-il~ML~MDCLC,3 u
by all druggists. ~Mr. arid Mrs, Means received a great promptly paid._________________________________City Directory For Sale. malty beautiful arid costly oreopents
We have a number of copies of from their relatives and friends. Mrs. Beot Liniment on Larih.
Mary W.. Evins. the bride's mother, Henry 1). Baldwin. prniidn Burts' City Directory for &&Ie at The gave a sumeptuouil dinner to the large City Waterworkii. Shuillolneng, Wio Go 4
Son office. It is a handy reference crowd assembled at the marriage from writes: "I have tried manny kindst of1
book for husines and professional (Gaineville, kkapson City, Archer, Ii
men, giving ther namen of residents, Kirkwood, Tacoma, Ilicatopy, Main- linimptnts, hut I hav,. ii,er rsrceivr.HALEB U
Som! now Linintiiut f-ir rlo i at im aid r ~ ~ I
pns I thik it itheo btor no-to a
erth." A i. 50o anid $1 tiltld toy W. k1 11 hie s, ine

U A I YP I E a"'Prince of Wales In Indio. and Lquor
Q edodPoitBmaNv 10. Tb dlieadA .
Ntlace'eao aestid hes t y N~ot. 511-519
IP .HiIIEh on board the B~ritish tattleship BA ST E,
C*Al nd 111111111 t $1 6 C amfoord$ 70 from the forts and w arship s and wer q1
Tr y* 4 t $ r,$701 ac cr~e fi an en u salast e r ppiein )AC SON JLE
Trey *N~ t~ll~ the Immense crowds aloog the waie. LRIA
('aoliaiu VWe to $110wel front. Thi' 1-11Y Is filled with vie 4










u ILLR SuN: NOVEMBER 13. 1905

SProms Ssd s Page Bums: .perieoeed teachers, has 15i rTO REM hOVE
APFrom Saturday's Doily Sun.
a ~ L~e Ut' CITY AND J. K Feaster of Rochelle was a visls- Ohs. M. Dell of Hague was trading pal of the Forest Grove school. but has FRECKLES Art PIMPL:s
Aft1L AUor to the city yesterday. In the eity ye4rday. resigned to seeept a responsible Pos- 10 Daye, Au.se
HampIo Ward of Monteoha was R.F of Roebell* was trading slon with the Bank of Alachus. While
COUNiTw E Hampton Wodo otocsws 1 ,F ko ohleWstaighs frofendsio rgeof tehi the upb1N A D IN .
trading lb the eity yesterday. In the ei yesterday. h fr s r t ae n be N A
Kattr of Gmnral aterest Gath Rev. Mr. Hohouser of Misanopy .Anice (A of chickens to offer by is enoom ia his new duties. N ATH ION B T Lt.
p was among the visitors to Gainesville 0.5S. MerekastA & o Col.J. W. Patton expects to make LTHE COMPLEXION BKAUTI[FIFIc.
a My ft lporters. yesterday. Mis Alle Cato of Alebus was shop- his departure today or tomorrow mor
J- H. Feag!e, a prosperous farmer of ping in the city yesterday. Tamps, where be has been instructed
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Monfooebs, was trading In the city Mrs. A F. Beines of Cyril was shop- to meet the officials of the Gainesville
yesterday. playing in the city yesterday. & Gulf railway on important business.
What as Happenedand What is Going F. J. Hammood, the merchant of A limital qantity of Sothern seed Mr. Patton, who surveyed the route,
Io Happen Told in Short Paragraphs Hawthorn, was among the business rye as G. 8. Merehent & Co's. will take a trip with the officials over
Io Te "He Who Runs May Read- visitors to this city yesterday. W. L. lAwis sad son, Clyde, were in the line, and it is safe to slate that .
ft hi The Sun. Friends of J. H. Rollins of Rochelle the elsy from Alsehoityeterday. work of cutting right-of-way and gradIin wIl behi Sus socan asobs this iiveiti will regret to learn that he has been inowilbtlinassooosoobeOnvege

J. 0, Baknight uf Micanopy was aqule Ill for the past few days. sia th coy yesterday. rating trip is concluded.
this ci yesterday. Miss Hael Zetrouer of Rombelle was I. Ponmat of Aieibm was a Rev. Those. P. Hay, wife and son,
among the visitors to this city yester- Park, left yesterday for their former
T. M. Osmpbell of Newasusville was day, having some on a shopping tour. the oiitalo tofir tomet al ere the willandtrading in the city yesterday. Folwood Melatosh sad slte, Miss seed to be found at S. Merchant for the resy of the or ch-h o
400 bushels Texas sod oats for sale. Willfe, of Rex. are here on a brI t atity, whl be he to
J. 0. Andrews, Gainesville, Fla, visit to Mass Nanuie McIntosh, their Msthat eity, which will be held today. (M III sA ol
Tie shoppers wanted at 14 ens per els ser. MIs Mary Berkstrmur of Rocbelle The oesaloo will be observed with (rerly advertisesaine sold as
tie. J. D. Barron, Jr., Wanane, Fla. George Taylor of Palmer, superin- was In the eity yesterday on a shop- services in the morning, afternoon and ... SATINOLA ...
M. D. Bryant, a prosperous farmer of tendeos of the Galeeville Peash Or- ping trip. evening, and Mr. Hay will participate No change in formula or Pcka. The r..,
the Hague seton, was trading in the chard Compay, was transacting bos- R. M. Martin, a progressive farmer in these services. They expect to be oly as been Oanjed SO &vTO aonfuaior.
city yesterday. Iaws Io this eity yesterday. of Hawthorn, was trading in ste city absent for several days, s the annual Lion confused with any other).
yesterday. melag ef the Synod of Florids will be ADINOLA Is guaranteed. snd mone
A. V. Ellis, a prominent citisen of When you want a pleasant phasia heatPalfth beaf oi da y N be refunded in every cwo and w iher A
Bland, was transacting business in try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver A good supply of Texas Rost-Prof held at Palata, beginning Tuesday. to remove treckles, ales. clver-spots
this cityyesterdry ed oas to be tound Gs 8.S Mer Elder L. E. Means has been appointed lardiscolorations,twisek-he Aleerarivwer.,
tile eity yeserday.Tablets. They are easy to take sod t f at S. er tion..esc. Ite worst ones a sn ars.I
Dr. H. M. Owns, prominent dn- produce no griping or* unpleasant ef. chant & Co's. principal, with Elder Christopher the skin clear, soft. healthy. and restores t
Majomir*d n r g ne WMatheson as alternate, to represent beauty of youth.
tlt of Trenton, was a business visitor feet. Sold by all druggists. Major W. R. Thoma left last night the Gaiscville Presbyterian choreh. brie nts and 1.00. Sold in each
to this oily yesterday. A. C. Williams of Rochelle was a for Kenteesy, where he will purchase
esok or isstainThe report of the amount of cotton rammaar ur OrL B
Mrs. 0. H. Highamith of Jackson. business visitor to this city yesterday. tock for his stables.e
ille Is I the city on a visit to her He is a member of the firm of Knight W. T. Waters of Hickman arrived gouned up to November 8et, which was National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
sister. Mrs. W. W. Colson. & Williams, naval stores, and is man. in the city yesterday and will spend Bureau on November th, contains a Sold in Gainesville by J. 8. Bodiford
T. J. Love of Trenton and Deputy ager of the firm's inters as that point. Sunday with hie family. new feature in the way of also giving & Co. and J. W. McCollum & Co.
Sheriff I. 0. Walker of Bell were H. L Rosnborger of Kirkwood, agent N. W. Littlefield of Blackshear, Ga,, the number of bales of Sea Island cot.
among the visitors to this city yester. for the Gainesville and Gulf railway at was among those reglatered at the ton ginned, to-wit: Florida, 19,700; OLD MAID SALE.
day. that point, was In the city yeterdaq. Brown Hous yesterday. Georgla, 26,246: South Carolina, 8.740
J. L. Oonnell of Fort White, a promi. He states that a great many beans are Mrs. J. R. Howell and son left yes. Another report will be issued Novem- People of North Usinesville ill Have
sent phosphate miner of that place, is moving, but prices are none too en- terday for Alachus, where they will ber 21st, showing the amount ginned Big Time Monday Night.
In the city. He is sooompanied by his couraging. visit friends for a few days. from the present crop up to the 14th The progressive people of North
wife. J. S. Tolbert of Willeford was in the G. 8 Merehant A Co. have some los. These reports will be appre. Gaineiville are determined not to bFor Bale-Two and one-half acre lot city yesterday on business connected very fine, tat turkeys, both gobblers elated by the growers of Sea Island outdone when it comes to entertainIn Wes Osalnevil)*, near the Univer- with the tax aspesor's ofisee, Mr. and hens. Come see and buy. cotton and give them a better idea as ing. Their latest venture will be a
6ity grounds. Mrs, Kate 8. Britt, Cen. Tolbers has not visited Gainesville for R F. Osela, 8. 0. Risymans and to the alsa of the crop. Benjamin Old Maids' Bale, which will be held tral, Fs. st several years, sad was pleased with Obas. Evans of Island Grove formed a Rush, the government statistician for Monday evening, the- 18th inst., at
Ja M. Prevels of Washnis, DeSo the Improvemens which have been trio Of visitors to this eiy y*terday. this seetoa, has taken great interest North Gainesville Hall, for the benvcounty, was P I ofe cit y ra y. e o m e here. wurphnhave beenetriorofavisitorsisoot-iIn having the Sea Island report sep. it of the hall, w hidh needs repair.
conty, was in the city yesterday. He h .Turpentine leases for sale at this of-arat from the short staple and has No admission will be charged, but
made a brief visit so his son, John, who George Tillis, a clever 3oung man of flee, We per dosen. $8 per hundred. frequently called the attention of the refreshments will be served and in thig
is Attending the University Oraded Oi eand, was I the city yesterday, Cash most accompany order. dawtf
andad sailed at thls ofee to renew ble ofelals to ite importance to growers. manner the promoters hope to reatr we
sabecriptiou. He reports the farmers Did you say 20 pounds of granulated a few dollars. An excellent program!
LABOB Contrets, jost the thing for In his motion prosperous, with the ex. $ugar for $I? Yes, all you want, at BARBERS WILL RAISE RATE. has been arranged and altogether th'farmers and tarpentine men, 80s per **ptison of the ron rop, which Is that price, at (. 8. Merchant & Co's. affair promises to be one of great vi;dosea. $2 for $0, or $8 per 100. Oasb spo o te onriTam H. Cato one of the oldest and No More Ten-Cent Shaves Will be En- joyment.
I hand with order. Address, THE shon at least one-third. most prominent eitizene of the Als Joyed by Gainesville People. The following unique Invitation hai
SUN, Gaineeville, Fg. 200 is t oa anamd 10Ense chusetion, was transacting business There has been a revolution in the been written by one of the North
Leelos Smith of Wacahoota was In business printed sherseon, delivered to in this city yesterday. prices charged by barbers in this city, Gainesville young ladies:
thiefty esterday. He was en route amy pars of the United States on re. Prof. J. H. Owene of Rochelle, the with the result that, after December "Your'e requested to attend an d
to Tampa, where he has been em- eelpt of $1.25. Oash mase aesompany efficient priselpal of Martha Perry In. let, no face will be seraped for sen Alaide" sate;
played to assist in the Alachua county order. Positively anouredis so any one. stitute, Was in the city yesterday. He cents. The soensorial artists feel that We hope you'll attend without fail;
exhibit at the State Fair. Address The Sun, Gainesville, Fla, reports the school in excellent condi- ten cents is too insignificant a sum to The maids will be sold sooording to
When you come to Gaiueevile you Notis to the Public-I have estab. i1on. receive for a shave, and at a meeting weight,
are invited to make our store your lished at Raleigb, Fla a new and up- Don't forget to supply yourself with held a night or two ago it wai decided At a perfectly proper, reasonable rat, headquarters. We have holiday sopds, to-date grist or corn mill entirely sop. granulated sugar while the price holds to raise the price to fifteen cents, or So come one and all; 'tis your dit),
Huyter's candle, twbks, stationery, rate and apart from rby sawmill, and good at 20 pounds for $1, In silver cur- two for a quarter, which is the ntand- you know.
bogyinr' cad dines, ia arwi prices throughout tile [Untited I~ Ia i l~o h ad
hot and cold drinks etc. A L Vidal will grind corn on Saturday of each rency or checks, at 0. S. Merchant & a pese that none of thernaids wH
A Osmpaoy' week, a4d respectfully solicit the pat. Co's. States. low.
Warranty deedui and mortgage blanks ronage of the public. T. J Cos. Mrs. John Frink and Master Ollie thaineaville has long been noted the Fine Imported German Coach Horse.
0- % 6A_#_ _--the eaeatt esty in Florida in theFreiprdGrmnCahHs. for ate at this oflne, the form used in Geo. Ash and family left Tuesday Larson of High Springs passed through mte ftnoilwrntih oeso iehre hudntfi
Alsehua ooonty which saves money in last for Alashus, where he will engae the city yesterday en route to Palatks, standgtereofattonorat workv notwth tovr ofd the. hrndsshould nmotef recording. $3 per hundred or 100 Jper in the mereshtile bseass.e Mr. Ash where they will visit relative* for a arstsdin a the et in thaeilne h iermo oandcc setllhandnone ipotorder ymal daw a shs aom a n d family have resided In Live Oak few Fays The barers are inclined to te fair, ton at Craw ford & D~avis' stables, inorder.dawtffor a nuraber of years, and our people EnetiesJ. Shemfeld has returned from but they declare they esont make a portedl by the well known firm of J
Mrs. B. A. Robinson left yesterday wee themt go with re'grethaut wish them a visit to his old home,.Hawthore. Mr. living at ten-cent shaves. Crouch & Son of UnFayete, lnd. and
for Reddleh. She was summoned by a sion ii their new home.-Live Oak Sheffeld hbi been eslering with dei.- ---- ahil,'en hshrei hti
selgegm asmoneing that her son. 3 uemetors goe fever, but friends will be glad to LETTER FROM MAJOR TENCH. knw asha lroeThes horses
M. M. Robtason, had broken hise les J E Clemmons of lBrooker. one of learn that he is mueh improved, toe riht kidi ross wikth~ thesmall
Mr. Robinson to well known here, and tue ashatantial farmersr of that section, Principel W.'E. Bell ad wife of the Arrived in Tampa Safely, and Hard at So'uttern mars. which wil giv sa1 It Is hoped by his freinds that the was in thes city yesterday, and among Hawthorn school were in the city ,ye- Work at Fair Grounds, size and action. We understand t~ at
wound Is not serious, uther business renewed his subserip* Serday. Mr. Hell is on* of Alachun A letter from Major John W Tech, this strain of blood ean be traed back
p ~Min. Eva Means has rseturned from tson to thu Sun Mr. Clemmonesstes county's enthusiastic edecators and manager of exhibits for .4!sehua co4un-~ three hundred years and will prod'w'
-Eviastoni, where she wsent to attend that the farmers en his setion were he reports she school at Hawthorn ini a ty. dated Tampa, Nov'. 10.* ay.. their own like in every way. Tih
the Means-Erens wedding. bwing one never ii. better coiidution,. with thes r,- thriving edition. "We' are here and very rosily e n. the. kui d we. surely need in this c
of the attebdtse !he wedding oc* sutai that busin@88 a exgod. W. E~ Brown of Areher returned 4 sered. Thing have gon well and I try Niw is your chance to ac'e,'
earred Wediceeiay evening and was hire Melvizna lagulay t e ishm eedy. afracopefsm hard at work getting in shape for don't fail daw
largely attended by friends if the cuon- children, Claire anid l&hth, arrived days speat with relatives and friends soonnonuteh1tty. eabarretarfnrdas
treatinLg parties, hotlh of wlwin art' fronit ilinry, lilithise. un Thursday at. here Mr. Brews has reently to leaun ce lost nothing otf conseqluen~ce b hoerano Chny haft r ,etr das
very swopultar ess that wiate" tern'ooni and are stoppieng with hr '1 come engaged in farming in Waea. by breekage. Vt. have as you know a soent t rease ere ra.d
Houaryp~ 'itCay !.ft fir Jacke s I Thomiae until they tid a house* to hoota Hammock, having peehased a lresae n oes ila n
* v~ile. yesterday Hat mug tien sur- twgin houzsekeepang. Trwouy expect to fertile tract fro C 0. Pedrick. make Alaihes the banner county
anopu-d semi aoet ef th.* we usiiess tweoue n nerns re*sidents of our Mrs. W M. Seont and sea. Clisford, anye cofl homndlbute wothav notg of his tbrother. Arthuir M. Charts wh 'ity if they can filed a suitable hoee. have arrived ini the ely from Floreee ad lowo homb with trI. oi mus
I**estflrd in St Ii ah, !! was jiuned ini Itach. I e hy~ ir II. I llTk 'i ~ hr ih h omrssm.Ms not lerd a handl in sn-'h a ''tuatu.r,
Montomery of Me'aiuuy. 'I a [.- READ THl IS. A. Towsered. East.GJleartle They .e.4 Yut Dub.
been called to wail "l..? the* p'atcrt iir s. Tak ISJuneV6 6,19 formerly esided here, Mr Scot hay- "" "*
Juesee it W. 'tmall of Hsgue wes 1'r I W. Hall, it. louis ble. Dear topg beea employed assa taslor with A.4 GAME is PLENTIFUL
among the visitors so the O.'iuty eaP- hitor-It uo with plessure that I ree. M. Redail.
Ital yesterday. Juae..e Mimall report. omimen I your Tease Wonduer for kid- We are lana poe~thm to f-ss rt u o oc bud oDe u
tneee very dull in hi s C.tae aid ner and bladdler troubles, as my wife elane bean, saentem nd iee* hampers. key and Other W.Id Game.
goodniaturedly delare**if he was con and myseif have both used s adesx-* alo bage sad eeaa**ape era*** JohnLI Cheer, wIhsoaiggdi
pell8 ed sdepcend upo the feee vf ti* nred sonderfel relief free Ia peeapl a -M* pies. and *shear in Gulf liaruao' fveterd
*5ee the enemyt woult have t' seed u** Can. W. ISS? qws eswar.io al;fobte si he ey mi.
highto she poor house. l1* ep g~s eegaugaee. h s p e hipesAt. onL allu fro se freka s atlas o
bemesoherweewryandbt.he***er A TEXAS WONDER. 'T A .rron1. c~l~,. Msn- M hs .j..s...t.. 'atcd
wt sh aPershapyt r *Mt thOe small bottle at the Tesse Woe*. Abuterag Co. Willissee, Pla dawt plentell1 on Golf Husnmok and she
458 sa hir sirsftsya er al*Oa ieney msal l order to puenet pedestriaas been as abs of deer ie nothint Iawhg oesmrn we a~t~eus
WilhiteJoanet Alshs, a ever gdavel ardabderteablea ree eea arEsees the msen been. A day or two recently, obs, out ash Igot carwee your hul tk padsola bs
Aln gate and no inta r of the'a.*a mlla eh h.. equare the trasaptag dwersthe lawsuas on one vf the creeks, e E as teol of re bee. sh. Dos *'b
sam ofJ m s M y e Ja ne gem- tssa ad all treersa es of ahe had the seemtasio nes h had pl e as oe f the fasherm** us i's employ, ott- $ho**e ae ns prt a
toaislath dy.Mr. Jones,***- AaN~ ea b h t e ** to the ear***, wire ap.srani leses ta ke* plrs ty 04eb Pisee* fort ***** WeaeagS a he
for the pepage .d seeiesa inltashoe Mwl be as by mAl amp~~5 pseashes, whek elM eempeh people o** aPPrvehddt animal and ksiled de** *** aweed pee pesei
Ia Osisert~e ledge N. WO. S 1P C One smalI bottle is toe meethe' asse. *mame their poememen to she aide- Js *~ th~ ti of t** b'et canmta ~"1-(eebe ~
N Said wessgives hM aerS~tat easter. seessu ash ideem fails to peaket a mel*6r r."** headreds5of wild tark*Fe thueabisatneetesalestlepo
that alths.He I as ea e irei Mall. esle mm-e Poet 5. M. Dlan wa to th iya re srt Mr Ch haeck wa S*te ot$
b e tn ver mes b M ml g @ *. i i ke u *** m h d that Mr e>*** ** '.-.'i
agag that be & seabe Is1..lb* et Atemes_~gesadasoesm k n
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