The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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Crse-- _______r_ a oe ~ ht ln ortenxtse adtnt ga a anWdR WAayN ONac LefAND tha Hut who had tlold(d g-tlir th t rat Lae.hhre te.111~
Know Wat Tie up-At Practcall Twei awaetin he Briti troasth Tec onum a f Ve Tat ar tbt-Rmar niladeias as~ Drft~ toybe rts Faa Wek cna oCet
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cicled i ro thatu ith Bssritt oed tiat ~ laepla2. T o e e t fr arly ar Pear L) Mclaod. Ilniii Duuhoni. l
TEOL Petersurg.~ i De.T.2:0p the oes do not o expect Cle euxtent PA7NcI TRAC I~'~of ,att -yt dAoan~ OS TR NM#YY
,JU ~ ~ ____ trsscnius.Tetlgab o tield asoe r;2eult other ow kile an(ta ad notesI ary ethe M'~rs'Madt chorus Ito rcIvrl.l)frn otArhr
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knlow What Is s-ean the Ien* powresrtt awatuaing fr the orc ryac onih II I'" CrRear n11 phi a dctipu la e il atr Robeta HIav "hor a 111u1ed Isiand heO
56M atmj Uepir. M atreofhe t e iforei oth e nfore te fian. le al t 10O il' Wert l e, tOf heow ad Dr.d in e herii hou i tr plete Lo es af saied. Nut Know 4.

S~n hircmrds oJosinte s vie orfs thte itu tin gnitesn Itr Th d".arlyi a w eha f. it 111 len ifh.t J y ri~da w a
W Pets Urg, Dec. 1-0 PI n.- muitt posses otho act l mntrationt ayFrmnRo ac hn swing dena of Mr they Ich arge aialili Nt' lat n iti I badly 2-Att m esg
* lieega Cr1515 r~~ ems pe n ele r oftccupation y hc tbe p os th ner ow kiled nsnd absi adznohesIII bin i He th t orl(la n th (errill ~ ill l ivuto t )tl iha

sti-ptru utRsi Owes pci cal eaies wigto tcne oy but ~is c erg Injured: aiwrko a abl I caeran thtof he said iiin whor ail Taet tmen t'lousteei r livd I t
3.1 e pu a d the g ernment di heeain d at nonet pors is willing 1Cxprd A. Mh e r Phmalrilradlha Rf jthti e w ife D o f tit x~drt it yiavn, of th s Al ogo Centdai hat
-to ier lat Is epwie w~i the t o aenaor, the doemants fo te demn tonA inbout. 104) iha ; F.011 C. U'iaK"Ong knwn as e fold Ri tirn Drnt Ittas.A 0 61 thu. Tecw wa saed bO t Le .vtif a general beentka sotrk gVnext n st atro ofl ma edeniaye fo sore Philadlphi. thoe '&ein took tsilt ros o a oss.n Ji ~~~~~~4oe ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ra Goodwin cpha"e toji i h hi iw ftesiutonWksf ea:sait in i on WAlf le-it' r ith I INy rIe tTw ur&ay Ibisf or its oead adte fact qite pndinlg that demonsoftheatib d'irean t e Rueut a Maclghunk haveepn lo the charglfe- *'o.%llg ith 8L Savet 'tIve bady akingroce AWInrioru ~iite remani en not ocponenn may e stonor ndef PensylvaniaLM.hit 11. TitwiSut therutf a Dn he mru0*1 ofptioate MM anesult Jupit g atto with t pre and gerimento mecuage ale isltio ofe primenpltca uti. Aextraem egernmdDto.rd 1 ewscle AC Willis, East 'I'elt atorI. Thfel carg ths fa" was~upteno teegra p leher is nnii. inThe 60eUite hando tr allyve Inor lu h bo n n i ro the exproti e ss Dir. P tree 41Nhr nn ec re-I thv Ui'd a te o40,QOO and haf the &a*
-taW A close Sareatie the Cvr-mto fr eic inr offi ci& tLea Tin Chrles 0.: tay a~d r wm sanct wh nbe said tll jere let, b re shnoutad their hitvooes isell Soslt i s py owerlss wthlt the hrea aoules, thate M e n o mtf ta.; IFmn. 0. ndlePilaelia F.d cotu. i1 ongie wom n the glto itre en Tiiue misla d. ls te54W of gellt esf ra pth e a strie net o n e hs is i racig fe t al del iayed fo tat Phi agladegeawT as o otmewrin su sh a i d.euit i cal n W A n c s r t n te o k a a K c s a d J la iga o~ t eaden, tlg aphr'und th ant timess nd the de vision of the co a ined dl la tramue ofut, lrym hv thw' rirl'. lFF I fRS INelvn PHLwIIE it Cre Isave by p ta" ng& e
-0a0 &&nter o U.ise Nurnovi will nee t s ona c arri i tos r s atow ree f Lanatfo ,v ft .I. ilw the req..t of Nis I a hs Iilc i t h t Mia c Dee 1mpin u atomo V *Ux MW be j sarfct o s uree dil issue h solution ari sent prpa e tc shl a rp u G e The Willi, fol Cogess. WICY Devioe Much Tieri to itey m a V iaI afey tota hrc a INGe isjyae t o gof tera h c eolmutin. t e annou ne t thas rnenevd orel. db aSA~ ouN. Egin of ggge &.0press hi ai~r of oIslatnd& a 1111111 atrv te totrg O nf tAk the so 1@0~ t e W ame Tmhe golowirng a situion r icm willa e er tah fic a t ramoing c'arle. an d (, Landetord to rt~i n tv. gir l to dspave itr lif e As rerew sot e we r e astn go dby mat~~~~~~~~ Iidl osiu htted-sureta h aeon o mtte a:10 aky oycnue.dsapptsea r s udboih e
actle f i the ca~isaein of th hta s ssudI a paractcal u rkat nd t at r t me Daggag aste of te tan tis Trln fotWa..t as
slte ers ar te ceernt a e unio rm a 34d ular d m ntrto o h pow t ed a0 fe~t of)w t w ribs APPk.Afe li.hto a S1iitfi (if PHLIP I I f lat e 4 Sa .Tei b a ashees fee
*~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ Ls~ lo D roiae mr n bal b are A ucsfl T e hc mit e %&let th ra ls A asc~ rrlra Ntetbprt Mica., ther willh steeltr-l t 1 ,
-iq a got tg saete lvsene wil ishue the, rOUG voiuinre are6 prOae stGHc. f shar u e h n~e dCnrs ilDvt uhTm osemrVg oa rc

6satepol mutineers for the purpose parallel& the aqrsey Central raiiroati diat of ietli rulin prtl it tie etmuirs lit Steamner A~ves Safely In Pert
.Au~n proving tAe proletariat's authors. Young Man ObJctts to Her g to at this point. The coupling (Pt the the l'tilitl~itie At the last *ht! clue 0m ant. 0.. D"e. Ji-A 110e l s wee ,4 with the army and navy. The Rose Theateer with Another M Pullmn~a car, the otner car oen thq sesotion It Wail f'elien ina'isbletna de) CeiveHr at thiloI1008 I .declare Mhe situation is swch that th# tnt ) Ij~ae km uted A Vioke and tte Pullman run downt rroM'r juiter Ic toe the Ilands ani1 mile., glcamlsip ovmpaay to0d ay fr"OmanEw Atlfts, oce L3,--F-caUe b. ntd Iitipls! 'lon uhirh congress should have itartwors, Mit+.. statra Cst Mhe IIIIS
VDrernMent Is Unable to Ruat ee11110 t -14111 to escort to the theater Mis toe track some disatineto attten.1il wilo t, gtv't'ci- Tirrs Is pien
toicorrow the guns of Croastatlt will Harris, whose nhother bas a (ig Thle coacates that wi t nit Il# ,1 t 1reto orte emi-u %okan r Waft, with the barge Tho ...f tIw ambombard the capital, houve at 160ib Petlers stretlet, F bfinkmnent were badly wrfwkril sleet ti ofmi folree!11-.sI for "104 rr'f~h wrk and~ has arrIte saft-ly at that .rt Tbe
7%e Witte government secrils ritterly dernion. furniture dealer at 379 Mariet Is conaljerod remarkiilet.. that flie' (I vavxhi o v.aIsr r lo

T-TIAINOnly One Cage Tried, and Verdict of

~' BINT RAIN lnre'Murder In Second Deree.
The elrolt court coniqueld us- 2
es o'clock Friday atornooon, aftls having
=ffn~ LNWW o Ut y Lifed adjourned for Than ksgiving .daee.
at the* Thifi One doze of Ayer's Cherry day afternoon.
Pectoral at bedtime prevneto The only fase hrought befo rothe
HIS LE5ANDOP8 ARM EVERED No croup. Nobronchitls. A Florida wsJe. 11e'nry, charfed with FrIfnsadCide
Im 1 tfl~S"bor h ri i urder of Paul Roberson as Grome ________________and ______,~' lg~ An mptngt~ oa d t eCTein Hey Park n January 18th of the prsenlT e o
CkWi-ft Sant"r Body Was Badly D The prioner havingt been pireionslyTh Kid Y u H v
P ec LvIIJIa arratgn'd and pleaded not guilty, tile ~A a
Wi*li~o.8-5tme igod doc4or's medicine for all 61,8went to trial, after empane~ing Always Bough
WedNo. 8 -~mne I~ngfrd, Affections Of the throat, bron- and swearing In the- following 4urmr J. AWgeltab epoifr M- Bough
uuuw~.,.aodgtri vrad chial tubes, and lungs. Sold L. Cbeseer, C.C. Fletcher, J. M. Ma- -sosin c m~
14.pMly around to Iipees yester- for over 00 years, son. Alex Howe, 3. A. MaKinstry, Bear themm
tI Dhavet vh*pat AyW Chrr ,,,tr nm August Wenake, A. Ahrens, 0. B.
railroad, at the Dutton family for eigt loanf. Tberlawtitii e Bailey, H. 0. Both. 3. P. Bankoigbt.
,1~in~dsard fe."'- Xas. W. a. 0 &Tuns Rb. by. Alt. M. F. McCook, WV. 1). Fagan. SiatmeIA~
,~f.train will moving up to the & ~TeSaeitoue five Prtwtes DtiVn tef'
'~4glsk, a small distance from the '~ defense none, after which argmen iro II-o italniUWF
Y*sMmiswary, and In tiring or t ~ l~ C ~ d began. The case was opened by 'E. pm orhanrhvrl.f
NoSh unfortunate young man made a N I llh CoughsA~ Noble Calhoun, son of State,* Attorney ?4OT'NA3RC OTIC.
iepand fell between the cars. Calhoun, who spoke for twenty minhilla te bodyoe, r wr sevre Av' thels at b ie. Juth oneo utes. This young attorney showed
Die t. odylwic wan alto badlyAes il conclusively the ability of his father ,~~
Sealed. He died Instantly. w0asi In the profession, and presented a very .3 ,
tasi.phewof Frisk and Lewis Lang-1 THE PUSLIC SCHOOL. fJorbl aruett hejr nSI
ford and well liked by all, Unvriy rddadHg colthe aide of the State. He was
TH NUAU3ZA nijerit ng rad ie a rm .Sho followed by Attorney Robt. E.
TH NNA BZAR njyngaFisTem Davis for the defeage, whom It is IEh~
Women's Guild of Holy Trinity Church IThe Univrrity Graded and High not necessay to add made an im. usec emd o~o.U&
onDeemer7t.School now has an enrollment of four pressive talk for his client, Statel ke e'sd oouS ouwhI :orrtv
on oceb~rTih Ihundred and sixty-nine, which 'I the Attorney Calhoun was the next WonasConuksonseverisThe annual bastars held by the Wo. Highest enrollment in the history of speaker fr the State, and he ness and Loss or SLEEP.1U
"J.pi's Ouild of Holy Trinity Chuirch the public school system of Gaines. war folwevyern amsH j-~~~s~wa bellowe suy well Jamws aH.p vle
'A.sUv functios s wuld seowm annesp-! Vile. Tillmnan of Soth Oa rol ins. who came FacSJ'simil almure or
fucton It ohld onetem afenn h work bing done jit this term Is all the way from Edgefieldas he term- T it e r
.asyto advertise them, except that also superior to former years, since the ed"fra ate f utie tzefn N W YO K
behl nteatronstudies in various branches are more a child of a slave who belonged to his i
'jad evening of Diecembeir 7th at the diversified, and at high school depart. father. Governor Tillman spoke only .~ per husebid fir o rva an p ea it has been added. a few moments, but his remarks were
~& uoeeone in extent aind thoroughness In speaking of the school Wednes. eoun n ulo neet
Vey. omite reyre.azJtu a force itatted ihat he felt grat ifed at the sac- and about 10 o'elook returned a ver- cyo m*uc.CSOI
5eares workers, full of zeal for Its cese of tibti institution. There are diet of guilty of murder In second do.Vn-m ae ee svens. m veeuTome0".
...speetive department, and with the twelve departments, and he Is opera- gree, with a recommendation to the A ~'~erful aid of friends, present and ab- tinx the schuol with a teacher for each court. ________SOat. as exionsive mad elaborate array department, although he declares that a pflrticles both useful add beautiful number Is hardly suifficient. Eaeh de-TeKyTa nok h ort
*ag been seered to supply the de- partment is In a conigested ondition,
~Uiof a publiitba has learned to owing to lack of room, but under the The men of eighty-five and ninety SSppewlato the siffrts that the Ouild circumstances everything Is moving yea11rs of agte are 00t the rotund Wel ,i #wa~y$ made tW plopse. niely. feo, but thin, spars mcii who live ona
fte relfreshment booth, always a There Is oc doubt but that the Uni- slender diet. Be as careful as he will
4~etu~eofders Of oyster.ri, Poultry, of the beet public Institutionis of Its otisaiotaally etat too much or of soe (Z=z WPaz~ btQ'ate
4ua 110e., ad promises to easter in kind to the south, and has done a article of foo4 not suited to hissovsti- E. E. VOYLE, MGR.
~4b palbbWry mammer possible great deal towards advertising this tutloa, and will need a dose of OhumtS he Im diailatng palate. city t8 the outside world. be riain's dtomach sad Liver Tablets to Ablsc Of Title, Wall full Info. m am furnished rep rding lands is thla,4
24111100e1uu s tc I harge here with o-- leainse and Invigorate his stomach an eu t o ourngerl hs ivedInt th countd tityes. a
"t,0 atet Grip 'Quickly Knocked Out. regulate his liver amd bowels. WhenIstougl oaeatwihantte.
~.4hL uregfs r &s th ibewesaodrigh eeetis is done there Is no reason why the__maue ste -om eksaodtrngteseeeaverage ma. should not live to oldIad Sewer booth with Mrs. 8. winter weather both my wife and my- age. For sale by all druggist.SI.Thomas a presiding giusu, and self contrattd severe eolds which 'bore anabud supply of freeh fi speedily developed into the worst kind North Gainesville Frolic. FIRE. ACO1IT, BUZGLARY AND IlIDEMNITY INSURANCE. Repre
lee ea b foud ata resioubleseatiag a number of rveinent, Americlan and English companies 1jmiie ern e oun a a eaonaleof Is grippe with all Is miserable symp- Through the courtesy of J. J. Freeze I.Zh1. ESATE AN9D CITT LOANS.
thenywr oohwt r.I toms,' says Mr. J 8, Egleston of a number of the young people of ( F orida0rWIr- 18
ft oalwr bohwihMs.1.Maple Landing, lowa. "Knees and'North Gainesvilles enjoyed a etaes____________ _4)' Warmer as chairman, the stock, joints achting, muscles sore, head: grindinigTuesday evening. There were ~''bssdherehief and belt booth, Mirs, stopped up, yte and nose running, with Iseveral couples, and it is needless to ASRC
Qellogh bbys oot, rs MrrwAlternate spells of Chills and fever. We add that the evening was passed us TH flACuA CUTCOIc
i" household, Mrs. P1hhiips Is -hair began usn -bmeli' CoI mTst enjoyabl manner.AT O.

_________________________ THLE &GAINE8YI-= SUN: D~ECEM(BER 4, 19f 15

PARS LORDr~ y kdy~ Very Beautiful Home Wadding of Two TU BO DCS4
by_ Way~ Ti opuIaYong People. .IS -YSTE14 SOIDM0
Kidney- trouille 'ire.Nt up'onfhl mn1,hm thip a-ofpi0,ddagtr Wheii a Sore or Ulcer is slow in healing it is the best evidence of a dis.
&kf Happeing FrMI Varoujs1j cn~eadIs~i~nhto;leuv Cal'taiil ottd %Ir,4. "ii it in Pe i. eased1 condition of the blood and a disordered sN tein. They show that the
4k Happen wlve~f ,~~ bodily impurities, which should pows off throu,:i tVic natural channels of
&Ctins o Stu. 1%,-SS001 (!~appar atire, tire lI.ving retained in the system frotu &i'iu sie. 'he blood abSections~whe ofr State.s u 1i1i. beP flelii of (. ,thbiert, (ii o'i'irrea at thv sorbing the waste matter's becomes steeped in poison which fifids an outlet
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS ou border or di- home (if the bridc',A pirielii. SavAn- through the Sore or Ulcer, keeping it I have not wod stron opug to
~Si.nah Ga at 9:30 ii'o'I~k Nrdiietday inflamed, painful and festering. As pralse your prest mecticine,1 @ ha
Kidney trouble has evnn.the blocl cosanl discharges its 9rOfSyleft te mple for 1heat.t
*-Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers." bec-ome vk prevalent Teevenngtwo eat ndpio nonthse aces the ea t Idthbur an io ad1 4
that it is not unon- heeetWSnt'(betyad oio itotselashy not goti I% o heel. After taking 1111IS.
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the mon for n child to be itimplicity in doeorat itn and arringo- deeper into the surrounding flesh and awh ii. tbessato disrharre, an wholk
8VReader-Itemse of Interest to born afflicted 9 with ment, and of wide intrerest, since the tissues, gr-owing larger and miorie th owes about tnvearawanhbasi
%eak kidneys. If the offensive in spite of all the sufferer never a0uan" ign ofit Dinoie.
All Classes. child urinates too ofte,if th urtinesald5 Os ainprtehy'netesv can do, until the entire health is Gno O1?U ED
Tbe Southern Express Company will the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an S0qtlsiiitanleo through Forids and ..ffeeted. WVashes, Salves, po~wders and suich treatment are dexir-able for tba age whenr it should be able to control the (leorgis, the bride being a Floridian, reason that they are cleansing and also help to relieve the pain, but they are ereot a fine oflo building in Miami. saeit is yet afillicted with bed-oiwt- and for several year a resident (f in ato way curative. The blood is filled 'with
cultv is kidney trouble, and the fir'.t (anevle hr h~ge owza-vA .S .i h nycr
at the Stat. fair were awarded 79 pri- seshndbtoadtetramnofhd.ll SS..ishenycuefor these evit". ase important organls. This unpleasant The home was arltial decorated deite of timre ublooad. cleges towe ciltoth
December 14th will be a big day in troule is due to a diseased condition 1 4 by palmse and yellow and white chry.-s0 ktofterubendcassthciulin
Ja~dle-loid Cofeertea-the kidneys and bladder andt not to a tbm sootrfiwsbin PUEY EET L. of all poisons andi impurities. S. 8.8.o enriches
-akovll-ld Cofeert P- liahit as most people suppose. sateus no ote thwr wii U EVGTBE the blood and reinvigoratesq the different memna-ad. soNomen as well as tnen are mdinie-ueexetith iigoowrebrsftebdyotatthe impurities anti waste matters cam pes off an
All the stock: for the College of able with kidney and bladde-r trouble, the bridge's table eaii placed and adi)rn-ntr nedd hntedshrecaetesr ch vr e ts
at acsonile as :ee 1ad both need sme gr at remedy. t41 with bride'. roses, ftlil-ix And tulle, is formed, anil the place heals permanently. ok tin Sores and Ulcers and* Pharmacy atJcsnil a eaThe mild and the iinediate effect of Astebiedcnedhetaryaymdclavceouee whuthrg
sotAeribed. Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold A h rd ecne h tiwyaymdclavc o edwtotcag
The Sawannete County Mediceal Soci- by druggists, in fify- -withherfather,_____________________8____________CO.._A_____ty will meet In Live Oak on 'Monday, cqn an on-ola ditti barch" wa softly played. P're. __ube 4h.haesizpe bottlema coding the bride walko-d her maid of
mnel ozlzoeo the. pio. ay mal e atlae d honor, her sister, Mi4s Bessie D)ein' ,
Mnuelroleoeof the SpnihAmria elmn .'mhe telling all abut Swamp-Root, The ribbons were hld by Miss Ea including many of thethousands of testi- Haile of Ustsfieviiie and Miss I.nR ,4a Ybov City, died on Wednesday mnonial letters received from sufferers Shields of Riehmnohid. beth owned In
curede. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,wht.M.Jh soate asr
Theng Bu Iinighiamton, N. Y., be sure anid mention wie r on1se ce sD
Tearmter gou n for e oIlly this papr I)on't make aniy mistake, Barfield's best nt. The marriage
pilspain thir rond or hecomngbut rtenreftiber the naine, Swamtp-Root, service was performed by HBaholvrope, which will be lar~er In Acreage D~r. Kilmer's Swanip-Rtot, and the ad- Weed of Florida, assisted by the Heir
than las year. dress. Binghamuton, N. Y., oil every Francis Alan Brow ii, the briee being A
Sine. the people of Jacksonville ________________given away by her fattier. I
,haw# been up against the mad dog The bride's gown was of white satin
propoeltion, 67 dogs have gone to the next year, and liro, Kendall of The with real lace, radt3 on dimple And(
IbsM huntig ground.Tropical Sun has already fonnd a place beautiful lives, rhe draped bodice ORML
Tits people of Winter Park are rts"u h oe orte"non* had yoke ofchiffan, edged w~
*quealing about hogs running at large Mne"pearls, below which the 1809 was la114
in the streets and may carry their They have "got the habit" of keep- reverse, extendIng in bretelles over
grievances to the Legislature. Ing clean in Jacksonville during the thle pretty elbow sleevrs. She wore j.
past summer and Mlajor Nolan Is wreath of orange blossoms in her tulle T iss Lalle C ityd, wlol sendto bound to keep np the good work. It is veil, and carried An old -fashinnd
witheLae In deshngo, wl n the to a good thing and shnold be kept up by boquet of lilieeio'. the- valley.
wiontesmin Washngtn the. gren t ofrk every city in~ Florida. An informal reception follow-ed tie
Congessmn an Mrs Frak Clrk. The fish shipping bus nest at miami ceremony, Dr. ai Mrs. Barfield re- PRMN
Large portion of thle roof of the i$ now at its height. The several comn- ceiving 8eongratulatiotls before leaving
Pare Food Exposition building at panics have shippel, 65.(W tone of on their wedlu trillAT MN
Jacksonville fell in WVedntisday. It Spanish mackerel by frelihi;, while Dr. and Mrs. 1isrtle'id left the @sme 'will be repaired in time for the show. several thousand barrels were sent by evening for Florida, and expet io
The Gulf Hammock Hotel, under the express, all within the~ past twenty. spend their honeymoon In this S~tate.
management of Mrs. 1. Thomas is four hours, 'No member of thle younger society
doing a very prood business. Many An old negro named Bird was killed 1e" in Savannah hs* been more cordi.
hunters are located at that point for by a switch engine at Grand Crosuing. ally liked arnd Adimired than Miss D~en.

the season. about six miles from Jacksonville han arid the havvy ooople wervitlice
A vicious ball-dog attacked a little Tuesday. fle was driving Across the recipients of hwiilieds of congratula. IsNwCml t
tier hands And throat in frightful gon and smashed it into kindling wood. Dr, and Mrs haprfield will reside if, meaner. Bystanders came to her resm The old man died in a few minutes, Cuthlbert, (is where thie fortier .ri
-00e and saved her life. IThe Live Oak Democrat of Thursday joy# a luirrative prat-tior.
The cigar-makers of Key Wnst may say, that "on@ of the largest tales of Coughi -ng Spell .Cause. d .Death
have their strike settled in a rev dale, cotton which has taken place in this 'ar hcwlae ? er
as all they wish 14 to get the same rate city for some time was that of yeser. chkd odt arry wly jstedy 2ho-reof pay that the Tampa woamen get day, when M, 1, Burnett & Company chnke at) idoe th earyeserdnau 1.fimI ll'AHit )k(ti IE tr)(i i
and hey ill e saisid.tslt] it) oainesville and 8avrannah par- wife- and cbii' He oontrarled a plight
The trial of William,, the Pensacola ties 270 tiale The cotton was of good e~sid a few days ago arid paid but little.
murderer, is now in progress ini Mari- quality atid broualit oin an iiveratte attention to it. Yesterday morimig St--k gi i I Drollf or' W ork in 11
anns. The triol is for the murder of about $7i) per bale, or rearly $19~ ssX f.r he was selit d with a f(it f roughitig9 A t Danabyr and -it is ri iected that the lot wh- "o~i~e fo .1r tim Ii



"Indu"triaZwich wi b HOLILDAY S ASON 1 9O
tim,as l i. held at Jacksonville from January 4th ----b-'] l"' t 'd ouiw ft.w Af f ,0 o 18hils, ve,- will be the larg. e haeteR htT
Sto 18th inclusive, il be the large We have the Right Thing for -Every Person-the Right Price fur Every Purse.
exposition ever held in Florida.
i e hv Sday A Thursay The mammoth building is being Call and inspect our lin- before buying elsewhere.
awy h s a, TheM da erect d on the old St. James lot, scrose
____.. _._ "___"______ thesere,tfromhe Windsorllotel,aud D NfQ dies' an ete 3 O CHE olid SCA RF PINS GoI d = ]

N. MCREARY. Editor and Pub'r. will be when completed msgnifleeut men Plain and o I d od,
_,__._______._____n' b tracture and the largest building o f and Fancy Enamet with Sterling and Gold Filed. Rose gold
Tm o uirm its kind in the State. f y. diamonds, pearls, opal and other and Roman gold; set with all
Ta or Ssurrio: Over 7,000 Ineandesoent lights, be- and imitation stones. *ones. A fall line of Baby Pins grades of stones.
The Twoe*,-Week Sw $1 a year; six sides between 260 and 800 are lights,
Ili 'IC AIN Ladies' andGen-. ;
botdh, 80. Ilgle copies, be, will be ued to light he building, both LOCKETS a or
Am~asmo RAT s: inside and out. The entrance will be LOCKET soi d COff Buns F CHAINS Les g
Lel dM vertl ements, 15 cents i line madeof massive pillars on the coloni- Plain or set with diamonds, ewe. Solid gold, sterling silver and gold ette neck chains, FOest Chains,
W 1 0 ag and 10 cents for each addi- al style with the stuo effect and hun- S tahi or bright finish, filled. Every pair guaranteed, kine d d ouble hars, l
a*rt i dreds of colored Inandescent lights ch
h_ red dertisements for three, wiII be used, sod the entire el etrieal
Sumpon p at ates. effect will be the gandest display ever Lades' Gentlemen's
1 had upon application. seetwl b f
s*r ia and Death notices inserted seen in our State. W A T CH ES
b i0tuaries, 5 cents a line. The building will contain 817 win.
---"-- -- dows and four entranees, besides nu. We have in stock for the Holiday trade a beautiful line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's
O CLUNaIso Lxst. meroos exits, and every precasnion Is Fine Watches, which will be a pleasure to show you if you will call.
^q Sun and the Thrice-a-Week being taken by the management to F h e'
Y.) World one ear......... $1 88 take care of the thousands of visitors
e Sun asnd the A ota (G.) who will visit the Exposition. A large SILVERW ARE CLOCKS NOVELTIES
croOps f peia one ynr.. 1 75d I
a nd o then Atlgnta (Ga.) corps of special polieemen, firemen and Platd sad Solid. Rogr Bos'. Of every description. Also Wa- Sterling Silver, Ebony soand Stag.
i8-Weekly Journal one year. i 0 watchmen will be employed. 1847 ood ro table., Bon-Bos to -'- I l n Pa. En Toilet sod Manicure ets, Military,
B onand s the Semi-Weekly Tl;e automobile exhibits will be their Spoon, Sugar8hells Sardine and temas Ideal Fountain Pens. Em Hai t and Clothes brushes.
VaeeUnloa one year........ 1 50 largest and best ever seen in the Plekle*Forks, Butter olives. blems for all orders. H a Ct b.
South. Racing machines, tally-hos, deW el t will not sept stamps of a livery wagon, touring oars, besides a Musical NTRUMENT. CHINA-CUT LAS. Leather Goods
denomination than 2 eentse. Mandollos, Gas. Fan C We Le te Goods
handsome line of imported automobile tat," banjos, Violins, Autobarps. F We have an excellent Pocket-books, Cigar Cases, Traysupplis will be seen. 'Aceordeons, Harmonicas. Also line suitable for Wedding ,r Holi- eliDn Toilet Cases, Collar. Cuff and
tI looks as though Russia was pret- Runkle Brothers of New York will serla s and fHttings. day iffs. Glove Boxes. Ebony Back Mirrors.
Sy sear its Witte's end. give away 26 pounds of obaplate cam.
dy daily. The Borden Owdensed Milk________Iinereasion her navy Germany Is Oompaby will makedeir famous milk
.' e opinion she will reae more of in their boothlv Welch Grape Jule H MC T
If~fpmiiaI becoming pranf soD- Compan lgv
passion In the oomingpse con* Compn l give away their world4' famo rink, grape juice. The Cable F i
oottoa,.su1-r' meeinol. d Company will give a contiuous Fine ring A.C.L. Division
As the gote Juice.~rl Thein Cable Fie-tarn J~ V t LA.C .Dvsor
Ate e o ers meeog heldartormoo* at their larg" both. A A Specialty.JL E Watch Inspector
o tLake Otty on Tueb y there wa a miniature hooseereeted by the Floridan
,.ew vote scrod ste s' o Presed Brick Company of all their EEIC E PRI- FLO RID.A.
were. s .bsrie tofanoy brick. All the breakfast foods
"vbon. _and new fod stu will be exhibited. ..
The Machinery Hall will be speelally
ber aooaek terms of Flordwe have as ine Interesting. The Malsby Oompany ofthe endvor of high honors, the rich which are recognized the country over fixing is wealth-cresting, dispensing Ieo n nd s bus we ha ats n the Atlanta have easred nso enormous county hbleh is to be the main seat of as most promotive and productive of benefits to everybody. The enjoyment ,lo. Book Is the strong point in space and will have a sawmill Ia full learning 6Of Florida, has no reason to wealth-farm products and live stok. of uttrsetions merely distributes in
ufari tg industroies. Let every operation. And last, bos not leas, will hang its head in shame. Major Tech This is in strie record with the gos- mueb smaller proportion and to mueb
dber t eIs In mind, e be the grand bad and the wonderful made a showing tha could not have pel which TheTimes huas been for leose advantage a wealth that has al,r ra t Ina md. hippodrome sttretions. The bst oear- been excelled with h resouroes placed years preaching to the people of this ready been accumulated.
l Ir shman who was songrtlat- nlval attraeetions will be secured and at his dispoml, and be ha done much Stae. We have here the foundation Let the whole State emulate the exA seon the advan ensongatlthe the shows wil be only of the very best for the future progress and prosperity for the most prosperous eommonwealth ample of Marion county. Let it be re.
Alhm olf on the advanemnth class. eof the people he rpeented. Alahua In the Union, the climate, soil, pro- membered that in the possession of
ilk of ed was be sking Io theis You can't afford to miss the Exposi- will derive bo*s from its partleips. ductions and everything that is een- these resources Marion county is noe
"vs. sstd irked "he reslve tiheotera0
S hel 0 sl ot he rei the lon, as It will not only be very In. tCn Ia he fair greater than any that tial to the raising and sale of those one whit ahead of the balance of uaslot to ast his vote I struetive, bast it will also have all the goes with the winning of ribbons and farm articles which have the widest only in the development and presents". ee etk fon and merrymakig featues th pors," and most prominent market. Marion tion of what may be made out of them.
will help to make your visit both prof.- Bot the people of Alachbua can rooest county has affirmed and proved this Hereafter the horse and cow and hog
IIable and pleasant. Remember the sured* of the faet that they have the proposition, and has shown that there and sheep and hen will take preeeA PIla4phie tramp who erpt Ito dates, January 4th to 18th, loolusive, best eot in the 8Sth*, as good stock are people of intelligence engaged in denoe in public esteem of the besuti-rwe beA46 a~s lrsl of wine .e an be shown anywhere in the Soath, such production with the most grati- ful fruits and flowers of our region.
kept dnsk for four days, was ar- ALACHUA PINE STQCK. and when a complete show of our re- fylog degree of sumoess. Corn, potatoes. peas, eassava, grjas,
aN d seat up for twenty days. souoroes n all branehe Is made, we Florida has hitherto been relying too cebbages, onions-and in short the fall
p said it was worth more and ex- The people of Alashas county are will be rights the hed. much upon her attractions rather than lies of things to be eaten by people s at
the opinion that the judge did very fortunate in having seek an on- her resources, and right here is a dif- fed to stock, will take rank in front of
ppreelate the quality of the wine. terpoise es Spring Park Stook Farm. WHY MARION OOUNTY WON. ference and distinction which this pa- the sweeter and more beautiful, but
-& -ad in share ofN. A.0allison it has per wishes every reader to ponder. less substantial pr(duets of our allTI f e. nioo says that the re. done much to advance the stock inter. The award of first premium at the People do not and cannot live upon at- mate and soil
of the Univenirsty of Florida e*@s of the county as well so this se. State Fair to Marion county, in the tractions. But upon resources they not Without depreciating in the leat
iO ty so Gainesville will in. tlon of the State. Bides the fine di- ompetition of collective exhibits,saeys only live, but they accumulate surplus the wonderful merits of our fruit tree
very mush that wy.-.-Oala play of Hereford and Jerey eattle The Tampa Daily Times, is due to a*v* wealth and power, and are tien able to and vines, it is worth while for us all shown at the State Fair, tbfe farm has oral eose, very promioenS among add as non-remunerative features of to take note that a new era has opened
Ald The Time-Union is In a portion also sueended In eapturdag several them belng the industrial and som- their lives seh attractions as taste for Florida. The pathway to wealth aemow something about the Univer- prien In Its exhibit of Berkshire hops meeial ebaretor of ils very systsmat- and means dictate. Attractions may and power has its initial point with us.
.4as matter. sad the yonag hogs shown eegtered i dieplap. From the mere point of not only be displayed, bot resources Let us tread it with sense and resolo/ first prise, which ie a very eleven show- siee ad beauty it exhibit in the main ea be *xploited to their full exhaust- tion and industry, sure to arrive at the
We have been repeatedly told that ing. building'was iferiot to several othes. lees extent, with snob practical results goal.
t6 "blitd tipes" emits where there With prise cstle and hogs there is But is appeaed soesfully to the bo sM enrich the people engaged Our
,p lioened salooes. The Preen, pub. do doubt of the fet that Alaehuh still leas instincts of the visitors ad attractions do drew to us many A young lady of Savansh Ga ,
tS4ted i Fort Myers whore there aft stands at the head as a mes predo. Jdpe alike. It is the irAt county people already fized. Our re- attacked by a negro who tried to steal giseas, reports the conviction thO. l a county, and in other line that per- among those making a show to under. soures* draw to uo the larger hr ursofe e was ld u n the arti the lMt ciuit court of three blind tala to the farm we are in the fore. take aysematie development of its number who wish to fix themselves. It wish her right the black fellow only
tger0. No comment neded.-Punta front. And it must be understood that arleolt'ral reo orce along those lines need not be stated that the proess of wanted one blo,
Gords Herald this stock us not only the beet in Flor.
-- -....... ida, whieh is not yet so old in the raite-- Th, O pepl, of Jleasoda have again lagof une stock,; but there is nodoubt
~umed business as the old stand, at- but is wold hold a frnt raik with teradesperate strusale with Yellow any steek-produchia eetiou of the
Jack and a few days ago a British ye.- Unied -ttes
ee left hath port wttha er-o of '0.- Spring Park Farm hu the breeds
IOObeehof coton for earmen. o that are medesired and the fet that More Goods to Alachua County than All My Competitor. Combined

eargo was valued at 00.tx) and that i ha prdued pie-wimning individ.
port will now again re*ume her active uale li a t the
so iped th prgres uta psh.this well-managed farm ad also so DheC )
ex Opers twelans. Ther, is no Une tryexe to bIneess hrvrte s n putr- farmers who deare to improve their
I 2b iaeeeom..Tu y amd the yollow stock from asclimated sae that stad The reason for this f I will tell you: I tim known here--my home, my people
peril his only Iretarded aho rsh for at the head of their slam. CGood blod '
slee, whteh wll now bt mEm with ts alwas to be desired, but prim-a* Ty friends; my honest, fair and square deh ling, together with )rom ptness,
-_ *aIeeed eflsor. We most heartily wish singt adividuals are wonk son iMan ) yllity &nd pure goods. Are these not sufficient reasons,
the eity om the gulf abundant papeper- the value of blh-grade ombs. which )l
Is. _se .os ig-ge a any psb. Is the future, as in the past, I shall treat every one alike.
ALashue county will eurely remeae at
th uka~.~ IME A TRIAL ORE
,-f r o m .al l o v e r t h o t a e w e n o e he- +o s t o t h 1 1 f 0 a _o
awlt bt rso tmoalhn o pay oP od. y ACCEPT OUR THANK r.
Wehelishlea of the numerous popr- Or D)uplicate the Last One.
ggy asbeate a the State ad raising! The people e of this county should be -.. ..'~ ididof the high scole inuder cvniszg rb~a r. to ghe J UG TR D .BOTTLED GO D
-' wye'S elty en ";Uaw, she I1,dTempa Trimu, for lettlIg usOR D O D
- temsdy beg eSet@t to p. down s. easy on or poston as the RY'. Per alles 0i 4 Full Quarts RYE
St taietA ttth S tniOy.r ,tate lair. We shalt always feel RYE, Per ( tes .... .0 20
31'1, P., tie a -i Full Cbnrt RYE
by been m e o an s In*O ge atesl. and will ken what sodo as 'YE P allR.. R .Y.E.........
S pean Mlaie aed he mesw ac. tst The Trbe se, RN ,** Full Qurtas RYE ... o0
age s-t ea at house Alashua, ithh is ges)r exhibit- LT R2E, Per Galles20 -wttheate*a e eas e~@ first iio ostoO. Sseed o agvateen OORN,.Per alace 800u 4 l QUL~uart! RYE. .
me ga$ ttg hrb 4 ad lher so, and seeto the teo to
o-hta.hoftrsa soldIarIe .....
l the at Sees anr ,. so oes....s. *** **-, Depot so minute a.P O
ry roduct of J JeW ILLIAM, lwe e,0eea h



INSm~ P/A SOCKU R Interesting But et of Interest from The Gainesville Sun has issued asn

RETU ED TO HOME memberr 2.-R S Blant c tton ondo th l per nd i i a d idex discovered by actual tests
has shipped to Kibler Bros., D)unnell- of the character and enterprise of the ea Big Hit at State Fair o,sixteen barrel of syrupat a good resident teof Gaineeville. The tditin that a fertilizer containing not less
Wch Has Just Closed. price and expects to ship pork to the of The Son has thirty-two pages with
same place in a few day. an ornamental cover, nd- the whol than I 2 ner cent. of POTASH (in
Arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. paper is profusely anid fnely ilin- u. TOCK TOOK FORTV-ONE PRIZES J. M. Anderson, a baby girl on Thanks- treated, and it. subject-matter will be o i s r
-giving [)ay. of great benefit to those who wish to the form of sulphate) insures the
he Exhibit Was Admired and Appre- S. L. Blanton passed through on his know all about Gainesville andti pros. .
cated by All Who Saw It-Wall way home from Archer, where he was porous Alachua county.-The liami m ost abundant yield of finest fruit.
Groomed and Well Fed, Carried summo d on account of the critical Evening Record. books
Away More Prizes Than All Others. illnesi of hi, sister, Mrs. Beach. She The leastrii Edition o The O u books on successful fertiSexpired a little while after Mr. Blan- p
The cattle and live stock exhibit of tou arrived there andi was buried Tues- Gainesville Sun, recording the rowtli, .
the Spring Park Stock Farm Compan i'day morning progress and development of Alchen Zlng are free to you, without
arrived from the State Fair Saturday 1 Mrs. J. H. English of Greenville is county, is out. The edition is all that l i a t w t o
morning without mishap, and, Con0sid- spending the week with her sister, NMrs. could be desired. It is in miiiiasinie cost ob i ation if ou w 11
ering the journey, presented a most Reinhardt, and her parents. Mr. and foPn, cover thirty pages, and is re- t or o l t o i ) U w il
favorable appearance. They were Mrr. S. P. Lewis. plete with descriptive writing of the '
clean and well groomed, and looked Capt. C. A. Neel has a force of hands soil, productions, natural advantages write or them .
almost as well as before subjected to at work prospecting a piece of land and commercial developments of the Ars. ORtAN KA. ORK
fifteen days' confinement in narrow near Newberry and expects to erect a COtinty. Many illustrations set off tbeb Nw Vork--3 Neso stret, or Atlanta. .. 212, o. Brd str1*
stalls. plans on same at once ff suitable. edition and aid materially in making ...
Manager Callison of the farm ar- W. G. Videon has been prospteting i a production of whib Editor Mc. ,. rived over thea Seaboard, and shortly around here since last July and has Creary and associates can and should
afterwards the consignment of stock succeeded in locating several deposits well feel proud -Daily Miami Me.
re"ahed Gainesville via the Atlantic of phosphate. The Cummer Land tropolis.
COoast Line. The stock was unloaded Company is grading several miles of The Ganesville Industrial Edition is In the lower yards and transferred im- road now running to their prospective a beauty. Soon as you se1 the outside mediately to the farm, a few miles mines about two mile from here. you want toe the inside. And you
west of the city. Fred Reinhardt, the "Everything" are not disappointed. retty pictures
,~~~Are nrit disappointed. P retty pitureos- .
In speaking of the awarding of pre- at Wade, from a notary public up to a of prominent place and eautiful
tleams for live stock, ManagerCallison country merchant, has planted a halfhomes in Gainesvile sad Alacmus .lated that he felt perfectly satisfied acre of Bermuds onion sets, which are county gret you as you turn page with the decisions of the judge, W. S. looking fine, and expects them to yield after page of fine half-tones alid beauSobins, of Horse, Ind. "M r. Rob- him a good profit this winter. tiful letter-press work. We have n't
bias proved himself to be a thorough Sam Brown, the genial exterminator had the time yes to read about all the J aj dge of stook, competent, fair and of th Weest End, was in town Satur- good things in Alachna, county, but Impartial," he said, "and nobody day. we know the story is well told, for The
s hould have cause for complaint." F. M. Wilson has bought Mrs. Sallio Sun is always painstaking and correct.
The exhibit of Spring Park Farm Easterlin's place and expects to move The edition is a feather Ia the cap of was admired and appreciated by all on same soon as his present crop is The Sun and a credit to the whole
bHereford and Jersey cattle, Berkshire All the cotton crop in this section is ence for good not only to Gainesville A ll llOlll vO-l
Sbogs, Angora goats, Scotch Collie dogs gathered and the farmers are busily and Alahus county but to our entire I
Sand poultry, and forty-one premiums occupied in killing hogs and grinding commonwealth. Tsl ahassre Daily Were awarded as follows: Thirty-four eCane. Capital. A
on atle, four on hogs. one on geese, Mrs. J. B. McDonald was visiting her, one 6a dogs, and one on Angoras. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richards, The Gainesville Sun hae just issued A A
S Manager Callison had his pockets last week. an industrial edition that is an xI- I
full of premiums Saturday, and his Dr. Bishop of Alachua passed ceptionally handsome publication. It o
friends were congratulating him upon through Wade Monday evening to give is a credit to Harry Mereary and a his sue... a negro medical attention. The uergro credit to Gainesville and ought so reMR. T C 1 Ain a fight with other negro was out suit in great good to both.- -Penscola
MR. TENOH IS AGENT. with a knife very badly at Thomas' Journal .m

Appointment to This Respensible P ro L eti amp near Hines on the 8. A. The special Indoustrial Edition of
sition Was Confirmed Saturday. The Gainesville oSun was a hummer and
J. Harry Teneh, for the past twelve FLORIDA ANNUAL CONFERENCE should be the meons of secomplishmlg
years conneetd with the freight de- much good in the way of inducing set.
of she Atlanti Coas Line Will Convene in Ocala, Beginning sters to locate in Alachsa county
partment of the Allntie Coast Line I_ I "lm lm. umnn- mm n1.
In this eity, has been appointed agent Thursday-Delegates from Her. West Palm Beach Sun. ECIA L R U G SA L E
of that department, effective from The Annual Conference of the Me th- ...
Saturday, the 2nd lss., viSe J. N. odist EpJecopal Obhureh, South, will The nladuostrial Editien recently IsStrobhar, who held bthe pooltion for Meet in Ocala next Thorsday morning soued by The oGaineeville Soo Is uns.oseveral years op to a few week ago. at 9 o'clock and continue tIn session ally attractive. It contains pictures
Mr. Tenek is a young man fully a. aboot re. days. Bishop Warren A. of many handsome raideaea of its able of discharging the duties of the Candler of Georgia will preside. prominent citizens and Its meanefetur.
office, and his friends are extending The conference is composed of about loo industries. It also shows p~etures cogratulltions. He was "eoked 10 minIsters and laymen and trans- of its proposed university buildings.
n" by Traveing Auditor McDonald son a great deal of hosines, also descriptive articles of the varied
aturday nornin. Mr. H. L. Phifer is a delete to the roore e of its county and the progJato" To who hs been acting conference had on Wedneday he and rees and thrift of is people. The pubgent since the departure of Mr. Rev 1. J. Nixonof Kassogh Church ileation is io very way a ereditable
,=,,, ,..+ ,. d.p=,.), 11x I+. f Deal ,...K :irr one and Mr. Mcrea.It edito~kr i ,

Btrobhar, will resume his position as will leave for (Jcala. on a . ey i Is to
be congratolaed upon its suooess fl

chief clrk to Mr. Ford, will be re- Heslth of Florld-Jacksootille, d io ofoThe uriervClpy
ehief e -- dustrial E.ditlou of Tbo (Indaeevilloe

Turned to the train disputehes ofice. Florida, December st, 106. Se It is beautifully iIIuersd and
.....A competitive zamnatom to fill va- well writen iad refects credit uom
IN CIRCUIT COURT. eanele existing in the position the publishers, the Sown and the pur. GAINE8VILLE, FLORIIA.
of Assistant to the State Hestlh pose for which it wa s e-sed.-J.per only Two Cases Were rout Before Ocer will be held at She of- Bassor. IThat Tribunal Saturday. See of the 8tat* Board of Hesith,s -ssion of the cireut ecour Sat- Jacksoeville. Florids. December A)Lh, The speela edition of The (alne.ds .was a short one, only two c*** 190 Appilean. for eamlation ville Se en.ase flly up to eupeetbe brought for trial. The rst was most be bo afe etisens of the State toe-it mit be 55id that Brother
a a.of the state vs Porter Washiag. of Florida. gradeskts of a high school, MaCreary surpsed even whathi
to pna charge of seasols with is. and of a mediest college reognised by friends thought it would b~e lI is gnt. .
to murert he defendant as the Amneen Mueel AssOecation. ten up In tablod form smd frum *kie d pleaded not guilty. Applicat, for exmimation must also or so ker" Is a model of the typo- FJ
wb-ra a jury was *mponeled and be members of a Coesy Mediesl o- graphics art. The artiesn are al ell I whern e nee sobmittd and a ver- *lety of the ae of Florida. Esse* written: the Illuetrations are good and i dor. ....rned of no guilty. Attorney estion will b coeduesed both orally eler ad with a proper dlarlbation

B e. rasher reprsented the do ad by wrktten qeeesone sad aswer. will du a world of gwt fo. Alh J gg

eudt ...sad soeemsful eedldat. mst at tail msms aie .In.en W*.a.rato.
a of t h se m h au of per -ent of the qe. Ste ee sad Harry MeCreey os
Th eseofth Sat v. omoh* ooe he tisstokofw terr* -Lk City as. Company that .5o $** able. Heve a floey (orreetly
s.hagdwith asaolt with intent Sla akd.Ides Wesa arhIpt*abpofrle-Geses nes*Cops
to murder was nol praeeed sad de' per ear. payabt _masly. with a I .e .** trm t ta.t...m.y
fseaat disharged sad bondein re erre*** of lo per *st after Ore years' PROPL E SAT ISFISD. 1e@ l
s soey Evans Haile repre* serva J- Fem ***uA
heslueb Beel mse bill **@***8les&***
Manty Heae, A Mflet' s, but we hope it will a* eary. We Thi an ee aelsee erese ye eithout pou *** se
Note ce. ~ Ins .nalkse go De. & ipe t h e eppees Lake City to seass Mibd with refuge
a, members of the M ise Trtfuse free WW be S, MF ohe deeseok & she eme sd Oa i
gashoe are hereby acttled thai sw h* eg s l pleag she asee Ushesetty *SOAue*

tegelar meathly meettag b us had bu beke --hs ar th*he ld in -EsA $. Rei
he sec d Tuesday. Ib m s I o de -*, we g I et ---- ,o b-s E-,h..e Ceeaee keptoeated
aSD, p. as he P t_ -** se..remer ?e ua A bread ** ,gas ee,** pes*e.**d
.The eeitO snd member of the *4 sad Ia Olatae CeMege by alrlan f t* I **,

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__________________ Advertise ip THE SUN


N1 1. 10 1 LO* tInder and by virtue of a decree Of'
Au A~ ra s ot V U *EE EWUKUure mAde and render ed on theIM4
E ~ tithe Circui% Court- lirith J041101461
1113Is he estineh d y wichthepro flouida, in and for AlsobuS counif L
V ATE AIR D N ota C OI Is he bet mehod b whih thepro-tain chancery cause therein Ie411f
duceri of meats can have them taker) G.eorg- K tiroome is COnwISInat
Z q ll iisak tim, th anl 01111SV iat O iia'1M cr f h Jones is~ defenddt. 1. as Spcial1
Ever sol wekens Luns, Uns ---.~ uk.. eae ofTheChancery. will sell at publioO 00f
&Alachus Bom r h Prime, Di. lodmlatal owtstn, I0mdv "tM)IAZOND IC E COMPA'AY uixties and best bidder forecah. b
plu m saL ink ibbo .ayinY O the w ay for m ove i 'tin dM Os e s court ou ce door in the city Of G4
W Pink TObbUCH Hoe the MOOL rompl.ew plait Ill Cen. Alachua county .) rida. On 111101111"y
CA Y U O D OTAKE SU HCHANCES? tral F14 rid&, aod the procei is the day of December. 190. bteten h
IAIO CIT IN I'A beg& for hours of sale, all tue right. %Wie OW Ill
MARIN CUNTY IN EADsaid defendant in and to th folkW I1'reervlaw Mestm. scribe lot, tract or pareel of land *
We solicit patruwige and guara ntee Th it af fLtN e (1 Vdi
HN~bfto (We Red Ribbon. Polk Third, Perfect satiseflea-on Meats prepared fie 00, Townbhlp ten t 10) R*eIN
Fourt and Lee S ntb-by this process Can also be smoked. cottaI ifg tive (5) acres of lWAd I*
f~aaeat ourt andLee ixth A i.1) feet off East, Wes. ad NOrth
Allascu's Cash Prize 150-Also ~ ao~iCsamrieCred for stret, bald W~
DiamodrIc Company, Brownab Addition to Usineavile.
0 1 0 f r Cotton. L. B. LIVINGSTON. M r., Gainesville. Florida m iet.ber wiad~ I nd alnifu rtec
-- Nvemer 8-Cont'the same bliginif or In attywisea

Swards by the judges at the State FairTH ALCU IC OPNYsadvteytoesldostif
Alaeha, Flridacree and cost.%. Term cash.
wet annoanced this af ternooni at fol. AlobsgF~W4CHIITOPHEIA MATNEOW
lows I Will alp() put up ri-sts by the prime SipeciAl Masar in C
Oouptly making the largest and beoo Laeresat ete lc.NOTICE kN PUBLICATIO.
general dipaMarion, $2,000, diplo- Land (fllce at Gainewle
imad buiblay, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. October 1. IO,,~
County___________tesecond__largest_ Notice Is hereby KIven that toan
Conymkn heeon ags with the provisions of the Act of 0
sad beet general dipplay, Hillsboro NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. J une 3. lu riEtitled "An Act fof the
displayJ#TL Hilibor timber lands in the States of CaliffmI
$1,000 diploma and red ribbon. ERAimm IN~ft Land Offie at Gainesville FII.. iron, Nevada. a.d Washington Terrii
County making the third largest and co s pL~ wF 1M VNtiei hrb November 4. IW6 extended to all the pubillc land States
ObUd otc i erb given that &be following- of August 4. 1402, Thomas A. To
lbest general display, Polk $500, diplo. 41o ni F WVFnained settler has tiled noue-e of his intention Wade. county of AIlAchua. Slatit of
ma and white ribbon. Wrn h~, I ~ 9 e ,~ Wt make final proof In support of his brthis day tiled in this office his sVor
County making tile fourth largtot EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW MATh~ NALLARVS MOME Regi~ter and Receiver at Gainesvyllie. Fla.. un Nw'4 of Section No. W'in Township Io HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATE6 DOES NOT DOember 11. iW*.ib.z: Rasnge N o. Idt F_- and will offer proof t
00,S diploma and Tyoou lof riifod 4boa COSIAECIDE.N 11 M V timer or stone than for agricultural
s~d at eneal ispay, anaee ONSUPAE CHIL ADE AND WI ITVLYld. No. 3OIM for the N4 of Ne~js& Sw 14 ofadtoeabihislimo adan
Co250 y d Ip mA and filloh lr etn CUEaO P ADnd. r~ 0 C U H *N t e.1. i. S ~ Register anid Receiver a' Gainesyill, 3 4
bet enla fftWlrgstan wESALLIN i&"NA#N.-1-m- s N-- ..# :we He nae thle following witnesses4 to iirove saturday, the Zlrd day of December. jU
betgnraldisplay, Alachua, $180, dl- be"n ro" 16116"f 111'"b"4 Ismyhs cotnuousresldelwe upvon and .cultivation He names as A itnestes F, A. Ostea0.
o 111" ofroitet"4 110411111I11111 fsadln.vz Beech. John ts4teen, James K- Ostea.aI,
pSomaand tin rIb n be"%~u setA il James 1. Hines, C. C. Williams. J It Jack. Wlleford kin
A" alll"iesn lamn dvrel
Qoonly sixth largest and boot gjener- sUShue st h UE~ on. Rt. T. Thom&%. llt of Willeford. FA Any a alrlhe lans carein requesedt
.1 iepa Le SO~dpiwa ad geen 3t .in y h' Cilhsa. Evey Dffi Guis~l. Pd W. G. ROBINSON. Register, their claim% in this iWlive on or before ge
ribn I .P 18 ss"af ~ 0A day of December. IAA).
rbn lago n etdsla fcta N NW WWaW R O%-dM2AW SW NOTICE OF' APPLICATIoN FOR TAX tbd W.r- ROBI ,Nso. illsw~
For~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ larg1s anV. ipa fcto AL R N WS. WS N .DE N[)EI SECTION I, OF CHAPT'ER*
"Ifruits, including pineapples, Lee eoun* R. AS FFOIA NoTICE FOR PUBLICATION
ty 180 an d~plma. OW AN RESUE DNotice In hereby given that Bell. Cokon I-and1( Office at Gainesvile a.
nrolua rdcs aincut OD N A Mlf~l YCo.. a cotrtnership composed oef %%. E Bll. 'IoerI
*. AgiltrlrousMrocon Gai& N. U. Wade and Perry M. Colson. vurehttaer- Nietie is hereby given thait in ccmMaa
..Wy $SO ad4lo .Of Tax Certificate No. 95I. dated the Ard da) % lIt lic proirimanof the Act of Ccnrm
___ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ____county,__ ____$100__ of July. A. 0. 1"t have filed aid certilicate Julie 3. 1"P4, entitled "A n A ct f rt
~VL t as)(' ... --- --- -----In MY Oficlre. and have made app~lcution for tittber hirid. In the Stat t's Of CAUforni.09
~u diploms w, a. n t e co n y tax deed to Issue in soordance with law. gaofl NevadA. and W ahinigton Territr.
and iplma......................-- ----. --.- - -Said certifli'ate embraces the followingr de. extended to all the public land States
TobacoGz~deacouty,$20ari I cribed property situated In Alachua county, of August 4 14E.1, John 1. Luther of OC
dipTobaco Servieabl Umountl, at aa Savng florida. towit: count.% of LaFayjette. State of FlrIda
I ~er~ceoi Umrelasata Svig. I N4j of Ne14 See. 26. TI, I0. R. Ili W1 tces hi.. duv riled in this oflh'e his s r
di loa a t rl n u tis ilb r IU b e ls t a r o d lo ig e o g The said land ~eing sewNI at the date f No. 2N, for tCe parcase of the Swtto
Manuactredindutris, lilibor ~ 'fi~J~til~ tha ar god-lokin enugh the ikxuance of such cerUticate In the flaite of See. Wiand Nw'i of Nw14 of -ectnNo
cuit.JL n ilmto make you glad you own *em ; strong ai-d John Flannery. TIor. riall, No I I S. Rsnwe No ..adwl
cuuve stock. addlm a. ony$2 durable Ienough to withot~tnd the attack of Unless Raid certifete hhal bt. redeemed ae. Woof to show thst tile land sought
cordinbg to law. tax deed will liahue thereon, on v:Cuable for it, Liniher or stone thanfo
livdip o fl~i oo n y 9~ 0 a i n equirrjottial stor mt ; old at so low p price, the 11 th day (f Decem ber. A. D. haiT. ('ulttir5 pirpo ~es andj toi etablish his c s
diploma, work, ~~~~~~~~~~~as to make it necessary )o add a frill third to tes yo aligtuenisaltss.dhrlbfreRitrardtoiv
Educational wrHillsboro $I) nuid i 'to get their real valu". $1 each, worth 41 1,0. the -7th day of Noten her. A.4). 119A .i'\ 2. Florida -- %Vtdnesday,te
diploma. 'I'~~~~~~~hey are mad.. of extra quality of Blark i (lrc(rut(ertS.oust H. "'K(FI lilt nof Devn te'se Ibni laaas
CrasMaincut.I -Union Taffeta ; steel rods ; paragon frames; ----------- --.--.--. Joht I- I"L!ka,.- 7'I J. (-,id% In. J amea .
Cerels, ario couty.1 cloop-roiiinu P aoli with casie. The Women's Umbrellas are 6ic, Nil~ s II1lA~' '.I 'lA tt.i. A'nIj v n, J.'2'ini dvr
PoulryHillbor couty,$~~)and with nice- aperred haiidles ; $1.28 each, worth $2 Th# Men's Urn- D.KD I'NIIFER sIlloN h Ill "t AmiL-hi "lbedi an' re re,ijested t
diploma. brele.o utre 28 inch, witl) natural wood handles Ii a variety of styles so w F,'I.AHII thirn tit.' i. Itlice or. or before si
Horticultural, Manatee county $;xf) 44i".s eeh ine t ht II ofao &ool'u W w.i' ilN O.Reit
41 sd diploma. C S M NORTH SIDE SQUARE. itirchmspr% of a IpaLt of 'lx Certiflcaate No L
1. __0 _0t tA a h ac uit 1i)s~ 7 datedI tile Nth tls' of July. A. 1) i*P7. lisive tied
Cottn, lacus ullty 100aiddl--- uld certificate In IL% ilrore and l ist r nince PIllJ. F1 IR It! tHic
alli-,ntlot, for tax deed toi i-wse Ili serl(* itt ~*I itlA lndca ie
ploma. u ~~~~~~~~ith IIsi. Said certificate ,'nsrtires t I f. j .I tt_. Iiil I hne~
PMeerved prod acts. Lee couln ty $80) Ing~* de-wrlbed lrIperty iltuatcre In in C~.l.t~ oua .Tai,ta ilm.Iotst 3. 4 and S,. Block h11. A ri'ht-r i
M mineral M ario coait ar0did di being as~ese'd at t hi 1!t.'- !WtI'1 ~ stta i alpendet o 4
M'aeraleMarion culaty *lUanddi-the Is04uliltce of suih certlica t iiitUf lieIt. W, f ...I i.i I tetd cauue thatTha
p~tfim s Fla Town Itit) Co.. l t. (it de t in t therein na m s
p1(11115. ~~~~*in t ~Inle-is maid certillate %hanil lo. r.'eir'e..III **l th it'lae of Florida, a i
F 0 1"14 11 I Il a O t~ y $ 0 a nd~ aE iortlinir to law tax iieed I li i.NU C ttt.jk..0. .,t!: 1, .a d I o e h
dipoa.jt C HiA Rony110ad f M LES B L UM CO OU the lit hd uao of Decenilir. A. 1). limb -tc\a-Itstherefoire
diploma. 7Willie'.% irn oflhial misinsature and seail ti, I t f-I1,1i'leit (!vfendant be adh
A eti uefrCroup. -DEALERS IN- thle ;th tin% of Nuverulier. A. 1). Iitali,!.ri't) al-i'e t t ile Hill o
Certain Cure for ~~S. 11. ("1i-. Iit~ 'o or before
5 aims ~~~~~a Clerk t'1reult (oirt Aiactrait (o_ Jj, .ii' tent. .0 ij
Group there Is nto ltle to vzperiinmt wyug W hskes W ines~'tdit~~idn
NOT)ICE O PLCTo F0( AXI I ITO.- inti,.lIhat this Order b
owwith oew remetlles, no0 mlatter I )-4~. (11 I'RSE I'I NsC~r II Al)L tC. i't '~sct~
lilihly the7 muay ber reconimtenided, 411". L1ur -A~ WS OF FLIIt n ...t.., f~ ''A u ~itc r t1,
T h r p o e lir a a~ n th tr n a .N tlCoe Is hereby giver, thut R. it fa g~. 1. i I tic ;o
Tberv s one;sreprati~ thatcan a- ~ 51519 uitchaserr (of a part al Tax Certnca re No ON, WIN,- C ~ S i.v 4t,1('1t i Ce."
ways he dopendej tplit 11a4 jt'en No$51151 datte.t vOf J u 1. A 1). IV;. tias, lilt (I A tre i t
tmid. niae arlieate In m)rta ole. toaSU nd' l k'~. Ci erl t~ru'
Intis for matiy Years and hits uver P naleril't nm~ime fi i. ~ It-~. ii
knmwn atairainfu a dfpit1k


PLAGUE IS GEO. S. HACKERW~SON C ePo o eat ig R I Ll ,Vni-Wc
-MANU7ACTURKR'0 isp' Ith 11 t t. f I tz vaired In acinb7 KM IC
'ho I ciar'
$IN YOKOHAMA Tnipi th Vlrv'is ung Will Not Get a 00 G \t.i r' i~i hulcl C": 1)
CenBill of H, aii1. 3 mi:'" hr,1: r':ifn, Itud 11
0 Iate ,. re.1~'. of tb,' 'T'hrtyvf,
ANTLY FIGHTING SCOURGE Iq's.Iril c &onic.i rao Infintr.\ :":
9 rrt'c ive tihe t III! ef In tbf ,e .
Jaanes Physicians, Who Are Amont IZ (rat iro .X. \t atI~~i,
the finet In the World Are Doing Al: MJ. Sv-t. 7, 1 S62. and has ~T
In Their Power to Stamp Out This 'and Building Material, Tp(-gi on of the captolrs' s !,'. n. I
Dreaded Disease.
('H A H LESTON, K. U. Husband Horsewhipped WVf.
1.tttle, Wash., Dec. 1.-.Bubontb V an \%,I, 0., Li.c. I Dr. Mies ar.Pn
~e-is raging in Yokohama, accord Sash, Veights, Cord, flardvart Aug '.iik Jr., nrd'k IUIC'AAML 1: ,4
.b oofficers ot the seaniship Dakota Caillati Nui di a, and 'kilo -:1V .~a ~ U
P s4ad possibly no more vessels will bE rhitil 1, 1Vrw \%%:Vk ago U& .\:.'* ev
given a clean bill of iealta until t hf I N._ o 11 ti,j otheUU, %..r A tlmost8 instantl, and leav no W
Deosrage is wip-ed out. Four dvatna3 ha~ z tay 1nb and. it is uli&,gud, .i :effects. They also relieve ever ohUm
Mu!ted from this, discaae before thE pM''r~" DIYV~+,t id)i~ tr'v~rv. ain, Neuralgia, RheumaticPanS .
Iteamter Dakota sai~ed, and many re E. X.1AC ER6 roreo o"'al 1st''
*port. of sickness were rcclved --__--- i.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ atica, Backache, Stoniach ache, A
William M. Lopp, surgeon on tb( LOCHLOOSA ITEMS. (ouai't li &it'tIf Pains, Pains from inr aair
Ma esttdthtfw I n, uf.'u r i.' r sht' swort 11 down pains, Indigestion, D~izziz
vessls will be allowed to leave yoo oe of Personal interest Regardig4 Nro neS nd lepsns.
h a.That Thriving Burg 'n t r wi:,arrs foasswl an Nevuns ndnepe
*wJrhe Japanese authorities are tak. Lochloosa, 'Nor. 30 -Mr. and Mnr. toi tv se iIn e posse.;,,n o
ling ever precaution to prevent the C V. Fowler returned to Qaineoville 1
siread of the di-cad disease," said Dr. iWednesday, after a short stay withi the
IiApp, '%ut in spito of all they can do, litter's parents, Mr. and MIrs. J. R. Cured Paralysis.
AMYnn deaths will result. There "~ Tompkins. W, laily, It. (). Tr rot, oex.,
HW9 doubt but List the city will bc 1. W, Stewart left a few days ago tor writl. 'N3' wife bad bvo-i s~iferiii;.
Sprasitined. In fact, It Is the only Silver Springr, where he will work five. year with i arn)ysis in her aril,.
to stamp it out. The Japanese ihJP opis wheii I was pu*rpiuaded to noP. iliPd ',
withare mong.heToneskinshe. Snlw% Lniinent, which curedi h.-r a'7Id.l ae agoIngthe evetin the. W. T McEwen of Hawthorn haq re- right. I have also used it for old
hIly and take elaborate precautions cently moved to our town and occu soes frostbites and Pkiti .'riptin.
to prevent the contagion from spread Pc.p tho section house. It does this work." Sold by W.. M A II PaIn I
ins- Mrs. J G3. Pace of Nocatee r.~turned Jo~hi sfin.
home Weduesday, after a short stay -.N erve Pain
Doctors Could Not Help Her. with IV. A. Pace. RIiA L-awh
"Iha kdny rube oryers" Deuuil Strane of Hawthorn vlslrd Pin 6~ sre to follow any strain atwars
-writes Mrs. Raymond Conner of Shel- his cousin, J. D. Caldwell, WVednesday. PA O *ON iovleneerton het inene Its m u%=
'ad h dcor oudno1 Mrs. J E Cochran and daughter, OYtexrtion, eatpy nceuse etal ~ e,~
tin Wash..on orn they doatse couad not prsaeem5A
el e.I redFoe'.Kde CveAni, ae fyngtrpto Island ;7ZW,75u'p~d, agitates the nerve. SO $0081eas ta
helpme.I tred ole's KneyCur Anne, ade flingtripUpwrd east pressure or straine caumsu aorlag,
and the very first dese gave me relief G (rove Tuesday. 611 Upwrd+ S. Ine stre h1 heing and quieting tk*2
sad I am now cared. I cannot say too C. D. landers, who is clerking for at MTe At-ai W rlee %
mash for Foley's Kidney Cure." lIt Wade, Son & Co., made a flying I rip to etiLoctacoyrIc l They are sold by dnsgpista a 6b MA
solose the diseased kidneys sound so Hawthorn Sunday, to so*his siater. (.m EASY TERMS. f--) 3garate that beo first b i n -iif
they~~~~~~~~~~~~ wilSeiaeth osn rm rvTi 'Cs wore hold at the BaptList W qi~tAdGiaateSlsa'~ refunad&- N1ever sold In bulb'
Ohe blood. Unless they do this 1 church Sunday by the pastor, Rev. WI. MDCL O
goeIF. Malphikris. 00e lUST111111EJTS TAK91I11in EXCHAN01L
heafth, la impossible. J. IV. McC.Ilurm
&". I_______ An Emergency Medicine. (WnkAt bcsFsrF4WIatvisnWLa Caflsiae) \ T ~( ~ /
EARNEST WORKERS' BAZAAR. For sprain., braises, burns, scalds Of 07ITHER I II I I 1. .
______ ~~and similar injuries there is nothin& PA O RO O N.)'J I ~'~ )~ %
One of Beason's Most Delightful Func- so good to Chamberlain's Pain BalIm. ) *0 A#11TS A4'j444f( x rwU O B J E
tis-Sig Crowd Was Thefre, It soothes the wound and not only JtkeJsar fg 12w o 4(-0A* aives instant relief from pain, but ___________________The Earnst Workers' Society of the eapf the parts to heal In about one- ---In advert i-; to 4 )iviii".' you that YOU owth it to
Pressbyterian Church ave@ a ba- third the time required by %he tsual Tb..e
sed supper in the opera, bonsestreatment. 6old by ali druggists. ~ y~have a bank ac( ount, llfo t hat t hf aii-ICltint l-h( ild be
alternoon nd .e ing, begin-i AC IIE U LIEW ER Y -1 V-A 1S L T E S F E Y
Thes fuastom wiW well attended and Dr. E. B. Howell Thrown From Buggy, (emi I sku etr, t u e4soM
qrij patronized In every deport- Receiving Painful Injury. 'elilif 11(askoga@Srt to ur4-ms w.
lb t e good people of Gaies- A pi ofh re drv nb Dr E.B ert a nS ao C k dtoO erEquipped as w r ih a N W FIRE-PROOF VAULT.
= lew It had been announced that Aowell of horses rivbr.y.B Everythingni ind O SESn N kD ToKSa e ih E
$b pwseede would be usedl on the final Hoe fN eweni'eaflkng asd he9 R ANDte outA oftwnt Now Triple Time 1ock, Screw-Door. BURGLAR-PROOF
puens of the debt overhanging the rann sh trtdoto ont
*slle. The opera house was appro- see a patient Wednesday and in at- CO)FFEE the fie&t. SAFE. with our Officers Bonded, with Vre end Burglar
puistoly and tastefully decorated fort'Pl't~m from the buggy the Insurance, your money and valuable pipers artiafe
Owe seeoson, the decorat ions be Ing ad- Doctor susta inod some painful isjur- P RI C ES R EA !' )N A P F.With Us.
--se -y -. wh1 sw _them.V lee training both wrists. He was also E T ----

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WS Nrm Saturday's Daily Sun The Fis National Book bsTO I PROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR BEA

t OF ff Y AND miss Leila Cato, one of Alachua's 1s0i ymorda in temporary qUArter,
Brown11 Hous ,Ull/aX eonaU West US o young ladies, was shopping i3on oebidi.crnrWs
COUNTY the city yesterday. Main and wa I W .. P
W. J odge. the mrketmn of Men have already begun remodeling .N I FAOE Po .
Alachus, was a business visitor t the room just vacated, which will be SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HA
Ratters of (qep Interest Gath. d.inepviywh plate WATER
-b Of r Reoters. glss front and other fixtures. It w il N ADuE Fice Powder i I
od by Our Repo)rters. Deputy Sheriff J. Lee Stokes of Mn. requi bboyt two mouths to complete
requre hoo t wo out# t copleeoPueeq A besutul soft velvety a~t
anopy was among the visitors to the this work. wieb remss ti wFltjed off .
SOCIL IEMS ouny caita yeserdy. wrk.use Nadine race :,A green
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Notlee Is given In The 0aineoville El- loeor the venlfl. J5.A T is'S,
Wa a Hppend and What Is Go Little Mi Joe Cheut hIs gone evtorofntenontopplforxdee ou are not entirely sa t oy us.
odd~htttAlacn, whereuhei visiting her tO Lt2, Sectlon 25, Tp. 8, R. 18-80 .tll wonpoy ti)51,FVUD TuA MoN11.
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs cousin, Miss Catherine Haile. acres, being ae s sed at dat Oe of ien. Solb lte. de.iugdn sk. or neae
goi That "He Who Runs May Read" George Kitler, a well known citizen anee of such certificate in the name of e pbI P. Flea) By ,l,
It In The Sun. Heights, was transacting T. o. Hunter. Unle said certificate Pa ris,
..' It .P Te Dan. business in this city yesterday. shall be redeemed afeording to National Toilet Co., Pari, Te AWdaly I Daily frmn. Tae Aysestor W. W. Colson returned tax deed will issue thereon on the Ist S pAdlIN iAL Sold in Gainesville by J. 8. Bodi
Ta seso _______________& Co. and J. W. MleCollum & Co." ,,
Dr .H ilyi rqetlhaldysedyfo rief visit to the day of January, A. D. ION6. Co._____and____J.___W.___Mc____ollum_____CO._to Waldo on professional baino. State Fair, which he describes as Friends of Arthur B. Obilty, whohas Lf '"
Dr. 3. F. Ruff of Newberry wa.s "great been quite ick for she past fewdays Lost-Strayed or stolen from my WEATHER REPORT.
among the visitors to this city yester- ExJustice J. A. Tucker of Rochella at the home of his pasns, Mr. and place near Archer on November 18th,
day. and H J. Moran of Campvile were Mrs. E. o. Chisy, Miinopy, will b one Jersey cow, color fawn with some Observations Made at Gainesville fe '.
Ohas. M. Dell of Hague was among among the visitors to the bounty sp- gratified to learn that his condition is white about head. Answers to name the Month of October.
those who paid Gainesville a visit yes- ital yeeterday. Improved. Although let quite ill, the Nellie. 8uitable reward to anyone giv- Following is the meteorological r
terday. Henry Futch has gone to Dothan physicians express the belief that h Is imt Information enabling me to find ord as kept by J. P. H. Bell, Spe |
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hodgson of and Abbeville, Ali., and Fort Gaines, out Of danger, and the probability is her. W.E. Brown. United States Observer at Gainesviiie"
Williston are in the city, guests of Ga where he expects to spend the he will have recovered in a few days. The 8 J. Thomas Company has an Fla., for the month of November, 1.
relatives. next few weeks on business. Win. Hogan and John P. Entensa of advertisement ha this issue to which Hour of observation, 7 a. M.
the attention of our readers is direct- Temperato5 A~
-. F. Swindell, a prominent citizen Deputy Sheriff Geo. W. Livingston Waldo were in the city Thursday night mar. IM.
of Campville, was trading In the city of Newberry has returned to his do- for the purpose of "riding the goat" in Pd. This Is one of the largest hard;.were ad furniture concerns In the November I. . ... .. .78 I
yesterday. ties at the circuit court, after spend. the Benevolent and Protective Order ware and furniture cnoerns inwhe November 74
Miss Hattie Heeth of Wascahoota Ing Thanksgiving with his family, of Elks, which thiiy did to the satis. sale and retail trade. November 3 78 4
spent Wednesday In this city asa guest E. H. Smith of Tiogsmanager of the faction of themselves and the mem- November 4 .... 7984
ofripend. y aat~lt E .to Tar mt r of the bers of Gaineeville Lodge. Mr. Hogan The National Toilet Company of
of friends. naval stores department-of the Cur- is the. eflaient agent of the Seaboard Paris, Tenn., has an ad. In this issue of November 5 ........... 79 65
When you want a pleasant laxative mer Lumber Company, was transact- Air Line as Waldo. Nadine F'ace Powder, a superior arti- November 6 .... ..83
take Chambrlailn's Stomach and Liver ing business in this city yesterday. November 83 U
Tablets. For vale by all druRgiste. ',fro. C. M. Frisk of High Spring Rev. Mr. Patton and family, com- pr of their own production by aro- November ew 8.
byiin alle drugits frv. C.lden SO-rn ih pig November 9. 8.... 75
T. H. Cato and M, Foran, two well was in the city yesterday. She was prin wie ad five hildyr n, ex proes. Its use will improve an d pre- November 1 ... 7 8
known citizens of Alaohua, were en route home from Palatka. where sethrewth family rvant, epet toi a al
Samong the business visitors to this city e hu been on a pleaant visit to her srriv In this city from their home In asked to convince is a trial November 11 .79 3
among husiness viss ther, M. bn on san vVirginia within the next few days, and 2 0 0 Note Heads and 100 Enve- November 12.. 62
yesterday. mother, Mrs. T. Longnan. will ped the winter hre. It Is O a- lopes with your name and ... ........
Prof. M, H. DeLand of Alachua, a P. 0. Ramsey of Waahoota and A. derstood that Mr. Patton has secured business printed thereon, delivered to November 14 .... ...... 72
valued employs of the banit of that B. Edgel of Alachua were among those quarters at the Brown Hooe Annex, any part of the United States on re- November 15 ............ 75 46
town, spent Thanksgiving with his pa- who came to Gainesville on business East Main street, N. seips of $1.26, Cash must accompany November 16 .. 78 6
repts In this city. yesterday. Mr. Ramsey states that order. Positively no credit to any one. November 17 75 46
Friends of Col. E. 0. F. Sanchez are beans and pe are moving from his Mr. and Mrs. Edwards of Michigan Address The Sun, Gainesville, Fla. November 17 78
..glad to e him out again, ftr an in. immediate section, but so far no have arrived in the city, and will re- J. 5. Goode has returned from Tam- November 19 .. 82 8
main here for several days. They are oebr1 .... ..8
:"diaposition which hu confined him to lettuce has been shipped this sson1. manheefr.e.rldys.he.r
lp t hooking for a desirable home in Flor- pa, where for the past two weeks he November 20 82 52
his room for some time. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Knight, formerly Ida, and state that Gainesville had has been looking after his property in- November 21. 82 57
Mr. aOd Mrs. F. M. Prowitt were of this city but now residing In Ool, been recommended to them as being terests. Kr. Good* has a small but November 22 ...68 0
presented with a Thanksgiving token are rejoicing over a .'haksvin girt th beet Interior clty n the Srats. thrifty orange grove in the uburbs of November 23 te67 s0 in the person of a fine boy, which ar- in the form of a bouncing baby decide to locate permanent- the South Florida metropolis, which November 24 78 55
-;~oy The may deeide tol posy permandeont- November 245......8
rived yesterday morning. Friends ex- Friends In this section will extend con- ly, and if so may feel asuenred of a he declares will pay him handsomely November 25 ..80
lead oonllratulations, gratulations, and, In the words of old warm welcome. after a while. November 2 .80 87
1 Contract, ju|st the thing for pRip Van .Winkle, "May he live long rom S'wssday'e Dail Sam: We are in a position to furnish flrst- November 27 83 55
irme and trpentino men, o perand prosper." cClarene Camp of Ocla was a bui. class bean, cuke and lettuce hampers, November 28 .; 61
alsoer cabag andonin menup crte Novmbe Clr9c 84m ofOssw1 ui
dosen, $2 for 51), or $8 per 100, Cash Prof W. N. Sheat#, principal of the ness visitor to this city yesterday. alto cabbage and eabatloupe rates November 2.9 84 61
In hand with order. Address, TiE University Graded end High School, Ohas. Kelly of Monteocha Is in the promptly at reasonable prie and November tu ..f u 85 4.
SUN, (ainesville, Fla. has returned from a visit to Tampa cit y o hsnter, Ms J. A. guarantee prompt shipment on &]I Mean temperature for month 78
-t. 3, Hymans, the naval stores op- and the State Fair. He is well pleased city on a visit to his sister, Mrs. J.A. contracts. Ship on either A. C. L. or The mean temperature for the
JoatorofLoeloo, wae looking after with what he saw of the big fair, epe- Manning. .8 A. L. railroads. Williston Manu- month was 66; maximum, November
,hieal of eLtte interests in this oity cdaily the educational exhibit, which R Stroble of Alachua was among featuring Co Williston. Fla. dawtf. 7th, SO. minimum, Novembef 12th, 46.
h--ie ea y. Mr. Hymeren has reent- naturally Interested him more than those who came to (ainesville trading A party of young people, comprising Total precipitation for the mont seveerdal Moules wentea yeteda toant 46ach'.Tegeaetpeiia
ly made some valuable purchases in Anything ls. yesterday couple, went yeterd to .4inehep The etet preiptti
that direction here. Mrs J. N Strobhar and her ieoom- Mrs Duren and Miss Margaret Hall Kanapaha, where they will be guests in 24 hourp was the 10th, .41 inches,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M Spivey have re. plished daughter, Miss Mary, have ar. of Archer were visiting friends in this of Evans Haile., at the old Hale Number of (ays with 01 inch or moe
rtu.ned from MikJ. vill aind Frt rived in the city, the formvrfrom Mon. city yesterday. homestead, until tonight. The party precipitation, 4: clear. 21; partly
SWhite, where tesy have been viFiting treal, the latter from Birmingham, J. M. Haile of Alachta was among is chaperoned by Mrs. Rachsel laile. eloiy, 6; cloudy. 4
relatives for thy avet feW d iysi Mr. %I, where she has been for the past those who came to Gainesville on bus- Mr Haile is noted for his hospitality
Hpivey reports crups good and the far- few weeks on a visit to relatives. Their imess yesterday. and eivellent dinners, and it may safe. mere etictented in that section numerous friends here are delighted to E W. Mllliaen, the naval stores op. ly be said that this occasion will be no The
wpello them again. _--to .& Wido,- w- a buinssviitr eetion. E .l .--m
has a hne 'o adte vile rtisue mt n thi John L. CJhesser has returned from to this olty yesterday. Superintendent of Public Tnsirtic.
hani t hchen tdhe atitemnt n ur tter Cre ek, where he has been for the Turpentine lease for sale at this of. tion Dr. 3. L. Kelley, aceompanied by
r*dr eald''hfr ~fetgpast few dayslooking after his fish in- flee, Soc per dose., $5 per hundred, his wife, returned yesterday from -S oreadrs i allel I. lrur ins oe tereats. M r. Chesser opertes a fish- Calsh must aeompiny order. dawtf Tampa. where they have been in the '
-- interest of Alachni county's educa-.
Iurnashings0, of wehich they carry a ftjll cry in Gulf lammask, five milee die- B. ?, Beckbam, one of the pioss- tinlehbi steSat ar h
line, tint from Otter Creek, and employs a siveisiaensot the Windsor setionw ato exhibit neo the fiet. sar hw
'" ~~~~~arge re of workmen. He reports transacting business in this city yes- ehbtw enefteines hw
: lied at Raleigh, lia a new and ut,- that wild Mitme, from quail to deer be cotngratulated for his energy az'd C4 tV.L
.to-date gtrist orecorn miilentirely sep. aind bear, abound lsntifulI in the 0. 1). Bethel of Trenton left for his taste in display.
,.irate and apart from my sawmill, and hammocks home yesterday, after havingl spent at and"
..,.will grind corn on tutrdaly of eaeh we eei tedneuo h r. TeEretWreso h re
-ek n epetul oicstega. Neibie Strvbhar. who had the miafor- cobs sour an at juror. and tb suppTer Eat th et o he ry,.
~ ~~romage uto the putlic. T J. (Co 1. t,,,, tu loge & f,,ut whle in the employ ei or tJrr yeineuewojteh~t
of ti e Atlantic C3oast Line as High Georgte (Gleaon, 3. 8. Crown and 0. are happyeover theiopr ueln Frinaye l Lm~a
Ye~terdsy teei holiday, th Ifer pr~itgs a t'w weeks ago, hl arrived P' Caon, prolressive truckers of elal socess4, haingl realized $1t l ~ R(%
om~00)1) Presented Ihappearance o u-iii the CIt)" frownl Wayleroes, where he Rocky Point, feased at trio of visitors from th6 venture. This money, as1 ha...( F |P I'%
rday on tht' sireets T'hestores and his t-c.we, n the railroad hospital, to thiscity yesterday. been atlrelady stated, will gro towaLjsd
"m ny] factories we're clhsed, the em- While this yutoum man's friends deeply hew No, 7 Fay-Sholee typewriter for th payment of th. final debt on the
,, J)Jtiiye's bt.ii gtv'n a hal-deys'e orci- regrett his misftune, they are eon- sale. Long sarviage-Just the ma- manse. The ladiesJ desiret to ex[press
~tioh. The woods were full of hunwers. rastulaling him that it ws no wore, ehine for law ofiet. Qash or install- their apprsieitoo to all who ao gienbut, asaru .,i,,.ie.w, safe,. sheem ,,ear.., ,, ,i, life =. une .ma. Cal t o.,. '""al parnie te.Brick, Lime Ce~ment
; rai) cit th,.m w,,re tmtaturs the wheels of a locomotive Mrs John U. Caline a o n moeg she prominoit visitors to' u5, |D55UU
Joseph Cci'.atet mud s'tay Shakes- .. ha8.kve retured from Liatead ad (Gainesville fer the pasIt two days I
*~qipre, olrd wre tnnarrc,, Wed Ige0- RE D THIpS heethy iv.. e on...on.., ,,.es, of Milton. Plasteenr
day eveteiingl at t ii,, htit| f tP~ iSde,. vihdt to relatives an frtends. ator from Satnta Rosa county, who was
paren.e, l.d nutid SIb.ako~esttre and
wie '&jhtaiet",.~ H Mobile, Ala Feb 1. tlfd Mdss Chapia of Brooklyn. N. Y Ii lue un buemneeso connet etd with the
",tIac uic Icr l' W. hall. St. L4)11i0, }do -IeTe is al the city on a visit tO her slster-in, i te~d tte. land office. Senator
Fle"i"" "s "' year'' "'"" we "" -' haelw "S.Ca' "'-e g' '"' '"" ""S iesLais Lok
:" ~ ~officiall i l hI, c,'irat'tng pirt em seold over twenty'-fourl doasoa "'ll's to remnt heredurng the witer. l 11U5ded as one of thu briglhtesJt mere. 00Ii
a re der ttig eoil,,ru- i..,,tlu and he, r, threat l)ieevery" for kidney and bled- bers t the lioreda Lelaltury and'i
: friends .'atund eongratu:altoi,, Jtier trouble lad during thatime have Dr, S. B. Cholinl of Tallhassee ht has ma~de at res for hiself of wLich Pans, Ol
/ ~W. Ul H~chardsou ha. returned from re,,it.-d no complains. s pending a sket time uwth mit wU if e ttyt tulIptg.'0
..'"'ll~tIMeno, td ~hr I ),t (I X'o11% A~trkir A oii Tneilt@ whlot ar s Jey gm I to l J, H Lord, a prominent Ir.
: lelup hid t y eastt, of l oytter itiny mdhea etteowero vu0c
-- n~ oay tiga yte re i.M~~tee nty, habeen n the eu,y Class
super ,ie,,. t,, c A ~~1r TEXAS WONDER. W. 5. Molderof fo sepettw ay n ui-s--n Ec
-' KIutqlhts .f |lyt..a. shile Ir,,..,! a One sall|bottle of the 'ei aI W wI1 in Is|14osinlhsO I 0tl es l'id niested wth he i~rnted I tesoaed iot"E
Imt5 Ii. ,,sh', affa'r l' -r aso den. Hlll's thrat Dhesovery, O*II li Mldlef wee fmu4y esi I b. Co1. lord a, very ltoeh im."
/ ~plrrm ma. arrawgt'd leg the ch, ea0 u g Irael, ces dibetes. semnall eul s tits seettl., viil ui. h atUlo er n
FPlr the first inl, |in its h,,st, ry sleo, weak and has baskl, rhea Kr'I. leo. Higlholo during the pastl a th bre ers~i,l' and;

doeetlt tl the t,. t o~f l'r %1ie neyts and b dde I bo anld day. 8s ee es reolo t.T. S. ., Fisle0 h. doehrsg that is the [).,. -~ 'ic t eto r
:, Usn, a gr ee t tI,,. ot t~im rglasoe dWdet thlee S who e iled afewwek wit pepe icetln eesgrpbrely awm

i~n the Jlargr ,Ideetitat a detrture in ins small bottles two meeaths' tam- ,Uml. eb~sd t fw m iI,
thicty aeR neq t kee ecieotomed j nas. Dv. Eret W. Mall.-l~i~,|J~l Aall0 f mm l ein Ce sarty Raw Am/meets .,.,i
the ymeleesien e i the io,tl .f met ~d eldem tillS t ots 6 m'=~ve h eglrmnhy eta teI O A C
J iur. Seaneoemes 1y svaomendted, fittoe.P1.O0, ham ,m a ___ llg t i~l o~nnd w ItBkr::
w e idell 40eo~ hen If ~ i nd$ fO _t~e4a h i. lk ,WlllqilhmIm~~ I M __i I;a t~S Kt shaker
d~m ll l~mll la i & t Ill Ia-.. ~ AIE5i 1LJ U )R[&,/L