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
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32993937
alephbibnum - 002027045
lccn - sn 95026969
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00550

Related Items

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

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hYou'7 RasM Killed ae Ufd -bo Aowd bym the
_____ YoVu'veR kildaM*LO61STH OF P AQ E u~ h or
?1e .ok Dec. who i'1' I thoues
.t ~ ~ n strain was~ stp lUM bl! 5 ftt*I n'1l 4"1One5o the. Most En o Mariedlgiuea -. rwu-Nnt-i te epeW
mdaotio eo aaiewothkee moher and ga11me he__With lied the trainmpn *MWa the nautilat- able Social Functions Ever Held In with goe mother ainin rml~iz, 'hr ho fEpid o
body of a small boy, hardly over High Springe.-Talks by W Qow bail boy,, Julius Henry, a nagro, An*- Miles-B1odlee ef Killed'Tril u 040" *oi years ot age. -It was put on a and Mrs. Ge.. P. Moris. wered a call at the door. A' he was tilated-Sleeping ChllIrv1 es6e
l*ied by'"eFkO act in the caboose of the trn, said about to ark the caller for his card
qSI~ed to tMe sot er of Pearl and igBpsS e..-The Knulli tile telephone, which is in another im otengBldg.
~.&t a siosDecatur streets. Barclay & Bran- of Pythis gave a ball on Thanksgiving rorn. TebYecsdhm ot~.Gray s.1
111011'&, teunideftakers, were called anid light which was one 9f %be tnfte bil-sl o th caler T nd bo used toim- fDrtsmcnd beaseran, .~ Sm to. took the body to their etablishment. lant events ht ever occurred In This telophon. were killed, ninety-ix W 'v >.
@hwwuOt Where It V ds~db h aetpr fteSae ui w to f sh. When he returned, having answereJ oul wounded and severl,
P1 4111t who ive,fst 307 Wylie street, outside ed by Abel's Orsheitra of .Taaksom.- an inquiry for some one who was not
ft Meso- %&.City lim iitsheyl. The ball, was most artistially known In the house, the caller was th explosion of the rou~ :~:r
Ofte n eof the bq be ~nt decorated, the oloe's of the order bo- gone. Later Miss Hludgins and Miss near Annen.U. B~ow hehppnd ob log carrid callIn every detail. Bhrman discovered that their rooms At the time of the xP ..
atthkiut~lle In tnot knohey coWl fhrirodn At 12 o'clock an elegant banquet had beesentered and iwiry alued boxes, each containing S'.
111 t"rl dvery eye-wlte sa to. they affalr An n was served, after whih W. E. At $10,000 stolen. roburite, were stored In f
tr ~ .I to A not denied that be was killed by this Dow of Gainesville made a short but 'rhe great tomce of the ep~:.a
rtil,0411 the particular freight train, but bow It very eloquent address, which received Party of Scientists Retumn. felt asfar as Dortmund, T Iiif~
~der. wa ao.,I nt'%n. a round of heartfelt applause. Mr. San Francisco, Dec. 1. -The the scene of the dinaster w
Swee pt.c whas aer Is not the little Dow Is one at 4he motjpopular Koights schoner Academy arrived here on large number of window! ~
11, ..ee111Or Of fellow on Sho track. It is thoug1-t that ever belonged to ribis lodge, sad Thureday. from Galapagos Islands, en.
X000-5C that 4P nut have tried to run un- his presence added greatly to the en- with a party of scientlsts on boarl the main road to 'Anrs ~
dwn a fteigt car, wile the train joyment of the evening. which has spent 17 months on the houses were raised tothe g'..~
rose said61: wall moving slowly by the crossing, Another distinguished guest who islands, making a collection Of its bodies of thos killed being tir~IU
anif 00on- sAd wait crushed by the wheels, was present was Past Grand Chief of flora and faunfa. There-gre 75,4)00 Ulated.
Mt sho ablft- the Rathbone Sisters Mrs. Lillian specimens in *the new collection which Surviving parents d'ix
*a4 theO o o aevi.Includes 14 of the Galapgos variety sleeping children from ti' -,c~
ouha- Father Kills Daughter's Guest. Morris, oGansil.At the elos of tortoise. the largest Ins the world. leeted their prtable pos~d n
souh P' Athens, Ga., Dec. 1.-A few of Mr. Dow's addio she waitearnest- F~our thousand specimens of reptiles tiedj from the oolpung hi~
~ hwsemiles from Wiaterville. a- Man ly sol14ited to Make A talk, and in e Lad ton thousand specimens of birds, A second explosion cr*4 a
do"". 111111111141111 named Dock Awns, 60 years of ace. epebee she made a few Wolf 41hose100 is among which are many rare species. o'clock in the morning. iin
most Intelligent, and Honae Smaith, 27 years old, marks, which were dee1ply APPreelate 'Ie party also collected ten thousand killed were the burgomaMr.1 0
ther be were killed at the home Of the forme r. by the Knights and ladles&' Is was an specimens of plants and 40,000 speci- lice inspector or the town tW'tu
of~ti n tetto a" Joinesg dagtr honor to the oasion to have her men of both land And sea shells. R. in the vicinity of the robit acoy
ee Nal h me were -.aig o~ r prosoat. H. Deck, the ornothologist, was in The manager of the atrwa
Smi uth from the house, and as Personal Not"s. charge of the expedition, badly Injured, but was abes ie
d ~ be did not leave, shot him through The wogh ofoo gam*e wn eatrll
tite stoumc with a shotgun. JOB" TeHg coonaeaesori-psil a ogrne
m )~ Go dad from a pistol bullet In the mass Wednesday evening In the suil. Jaae Training Sqarn possiblegat lofne rnei~o u
brv t ~~ orlism, solik wee decided the best Toklel Dec. 1.-A training squ d e egto yanlewx oi
shot. lols hut Mr San ,ffsays.Wilm thing of the kind wo kaveona had in rem osssloting of the ships ltkushima, In the ipowder rooms. eves ~ gue or bor Siam old thie faa sow. 00 "~ becow. Hashidates and the Matushima un- AU fieewtns r h dso P
cma -iitrife, Nost bee' Msued. in High Spbisgs Thuseday 6cr command of Rear Admiral To- IL*otith
sttiul, lot re s t haveoo mofe even10g, ilevember M5, Mn M"e neoks, late president of the naval tory at 7:30 o'clock and thth M
~ ~Grae Vse dmial.Hatehell yousnestl daonkhter of *90. cae W110o1. will start from To- Krupp's fire brigade from l eg
bue bm "oGeand to Wabnto Dec 1.-b gdm ra eWLH~hl~m~..1.Ptr khbamn on Jan. 5 next on a cruise boring town of Annen Ari.d nt
bighee -to of atand us oevcemial ll e reIve ntemono oflk a h wdigs via Honolulu. The squadron, It is scene at 8 o'clock, the fr r
e ~ ~ o ba'spv Lthi fm, fte aydprmn aot ie sthe andis chech e.,. expected, will arrive at San Francis. to retire, as other exploso Ul
,tnn A hm f vyitteavdato md t ailpe plamrIn &be peimg. ebu .b R e isZ nFbur It will after- etied.
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Givn t Hrn often siienth a(".riirnuating in the system* fr years. Poor d
Given~tc ato s omek kidnys, orpi liver, and a. general
-of Mrs 138*1.'P$otcn OR. ANDREW SLEODPRAOE tion of the system leaves th? refus! anid taste niaitter. NN" 1I 001
th Mqrie Ladm.'iui 4toderd ~Subectcarried off, to sour and forum uric tcjd, wich Is absri,d jiiit hi&!ftL1111ioed WNW-0ty Stanoo Hi Sjcts Was Appropriate to the When the blood is In this acid-charged condition, it (Iepo,;its tl,
1' 'f,1se Uea t to, Tham'c~ssd and Listened to With 04s and irritating particles with -which it is loaded In the m:c
was elli~t~jij Intc~tln~ng Was, Exceflent. ouata- and bones. Then Rheumatism, gets p-saso o__e a
~*pudawhih heRaDC.*u i A- t tended life is made miserable by its pains, aches addeo frt.Te cl
~'mpeesive.Imigt weI Schoo hhdren Atne.of the weather, exposure to cold andapmeclw s nrs t
jj~wtf 1h tables. The s s awhl trouble, and "a severe does the pain become thlqu ick relief i
-Oweauted-by th 1"61 Th oniooThaksgtwing oerviee ol bad. ood liniment or plaster is often helpful,%but It should b
vi~~ ppeonscubeingIbatth Taberasle Th orsday weubyfonlwbrlthat relief from such treatment is only temporary, e X 111 LL 1 1It en hui40 Whtich Ithe most impressl we servicee of $he kind trouble is in the blood and cannot~
f~~~ 'Ofj, 40150 ObVhehl)'M5 ever held In Gainesville. -The two moved by eziternal applications.S
"o There O Ony0 0161111 etreto *rcopeeyfl.cures Rheumatism by ridding the Il~
Ori~ow 4oor fell even *1th *0440" ad from the Stage to the door by the th cande b t inv otn andturfo the
0,0018 b I* ili ad La14on., The Udie egg. pupils and teachers of &be Graded and inadbIvgotngndprf
the "ds~~ol b e#101 f* ighWhel.blood of the acdd-poison and Setng rI5 40410, WoMr.GSVIW $bvi. Teomo wa ft ed6 Dr PUEY VEGETABLE stream of fresh, rich blood to all Pb ~
il m~s~ifoldr#a ews thsbst oadcue il lieves the pain, reduces the inflainta,,
WINigte f~mo rfebet Slore mpesia e, wao atore beautiful permanently cue painful disease. 8. S. S. Is the on ly !ia etw
At this d O f~~ 01161hol salad and Soffee, wafers and sermon was ever heard in Gainesville. ntfoRemaimbcueitdsntcoanaparclofinrlj 5*g ,S 1611i wer111te any form to damage the system. Book on Rheumatism and any
01111 101119 liWer T, The pupils of thepubli c hool Motnd. advice desired sent free. YOW SWOT 006vC& ATLANTA,
mi~dleLACY TAY40M HOME. edim abody. At preosely ten minues
Otrewihto miso they began filing into ieTb
Pi ei~ft ihlPr"*lrst 4nsil fe e orasele with military step and order.
=6414'i srio ,eun toGiwMli VI ~,5 In less then fire minots the entire VI
1114 ,fei 6 0 Yoarsg Foreign Mililae rv mice, four hundred and sixty were io theirB110, E E V A L S A LE .,
1611'' I After wocml. yenr of contiuous place with not a break or a patiele of out,4a Miitary ser*6e In $he Philippines, soo. confusiorn. The order and precision
p165. ~ seeded by salteiisr. service In Alasks, Of their m110oements showed careful Tn order to reduce stock, having been forced to vacate our present I~ro #e beesS ,m %e Loo Ta51ff1501 'of Mr, and Mrs. A training. If Mr. MeBeath and hi. on January 1, we wish to offer our entire stock of IMPORTED C HI'a
~ ~ ca" Vts W. t T Iqu s at home spain. teWachers are not proud of those eh1i1- OUT GLASS at greatly reduced pricis.f
81 a*". ikr. Tsyler's eugtloeses as a sold fir dren and their ezeqllont, their admir. At the same time *e will tiffiir out entire and new stock of FANCY IOI the ani"t the besm*c in which he served Is re. able behavior, they ought to be. Tte DAY GOODS at prices that will be to your advatage.
~ .laced wish is gra deal of interest, anig eity of Gainesville oaght to be proud We have ose largest andt beat seleted stuck In Coentral Florida of HOKS his friends ore beep~ng him busy tell. of the showing the sebool made 00 TOYS, STATIONARY, DRESING AND TOILE I SEr8. SOUVYEN IR:,p
be. Ing alaeedos 110d giving his persional this ocssilon-sod how they sang, led TJLS AND POST CARD ALBUM$, and other tansy novelties.
ig s~, he szpoeroimes. He expected to remain by a part of the choir of the Method Ist We ar# headquarters for Pipes and Smokers' Article. ~ Ic l $ad bore for sometime, which Will be grati. church. Some ieato their number Aet o aemn#Futi is
0,w1l166. flng news to his friends. w~ ay be obtained from the faet that AgnsfrWtra' ota a.
'.149the double Ilne extended from the BYou WilSa eN
ho, its ~~ school building to $b Tabernatle. ,o -i Iav -o y by B yn o
pio- 1ta Tk 6nysANAs we said, the services throughout After January 1 we will be fitted t-p in our new quarter* in the Ftore t b
a,~pm were In.es v, the sinaing beausi. corner of East Liberty and East Main streets (VIDAL'S STAND), %brev
Vukene by Ovr-Wok fwd01the w b9se~rmon grand. We regret solicit a continuance of your liberal patronage. "omit l Valthy Kidncys Make Impure blood. that there were not more of our people Yu epcfly
ALbeuM It aswl to be considered that onl out, 9 ough the building was ow for&.Yorrepcfl,
*~ mSM$'E .inavyand bladder troubles were to be ablywled._ ____Ael -hi Oman~. traced to the kidneysA .V DL & CO
''00 week $410s o but now niodimt A Western Wooder.A LV I L &CO i
-K4', RUMi formerly W science proves that Thr'aHiltBosexhts
616019sd for 66ff1 haeerl all un twises sabig aslat year. This wonder GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
eooeujted with the meses* in tule disorer of isW. L. Hill, who from a&weight of 90
%I don'otmm of Ths ea ais these most important pounds has grown to a"' 18D. He says: hr j ogaua i iny it 1sfee ihatril ogadI
bei .*sonrworked his n~~ ogns "I sherfwfkered wha rdble a O W THEnT IME
ff~U -~ .and purify the blood- doctors gave we up so die of easmp.
TberVrwe your kidneys arailak hnIbgntkn r igI o
ase'W i aaSi 'or out og-bnler, you can d~dntn h whsery bega takng Dr. ing' Nge
omepsilies a AlktiS*quickly y~u entire bad.* is affected and ioerfrCnumtn, ogh
0e1sy In ho a mi sod how every organ seemas to fall to do iW and Oolds. rIow, after taking 12 but. G t
ads a ieselection. BIG dut. ra ties, I have more thjn doubled InT o G t M
1101 gosv rIin 4001e1091011 1if y are sick or feel badly," begin weighti and am completely cured."'
pr~c,44to him and his Kilmer's wawp.Rod, because as soonlto y sure coug it 0 and c$1e..u BA R PINA IN A WA A"TCf I
tifforN or peple will fer- "your kidneys are well they will hel anee byal.ugss ~ n 1 I iL 11L l 1
indebted. Everyone who vie all the other organs to health. A tri!T Trial bottle free. *4N V r i i
bigwil eatad awheAshu i~vince anyone. 0rot.
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pTTSMIATSERIOUS LOSS TO

MMANOYIIINEl It0 ARCHo L, JACKSON

*,~~~~,.O~ Msldng Suiar One, thBean ~ and ComnCS
ease BlUH110119 en C hs Crops Were Burned.

LOS WAS HEAVY This is one reason why Ayer's LOSS IS A VERY HEAVY ONE
Cherry Pectoral Is so valua- Mr._ oakowa o Hm tTm h Insa
plant was a CO"butdlOtt 86w ble in consumption. It stops 1r -acso WaY. om tTm
Mill, Grist mill and Bekel and Crakthe wa n ero sls Fire Was Dlseovered, But Plucky Lit.A~.
FcrYGisileand Gulf Depot coughing. But it does, more tie Wife Summoned Help From the I .. lwa
Had Narrow Escape. -itcontrols the Inflammation, Negor,7roFuh rvey wuseaaw-r
00of &be most' diseetwon Brea quiets the fever, soothes, heals. Thursday wue not a very happy B a' h
bibhas visited i"Dopy lnste Ask your doctor about this. Thanksgiving for Arch. L. Jackson, ]e r h
Benjamihn conflagration, started at iebs ido h atzsa who resides a short distance southeast
O'clock Thursday morning, with &he "hbSold oe ity m a of the city, where he conduats a pro- mi'at=r
Olt that the immense Bobbit will, fttable farm, beease of the fact that
isofth lrg in the county, n1ow Mase S.o0. A a. Zeli ..UN fire has devastated a portion of his b~
in ths the mill, with oll contents AU farm and burned his products and f%__?~P" r2 a Ofi
a quantity of lumber, having been "e g PIU* fences, resulting In a lose of months V4TPAR OT
troyed. The lose, it is estimated. ye s .of energy and toll and nearly a thou. NOT ___ __________c
ill reach about $12.000. It is 0%br no osefl@ fSI We publift sand dollars in cash.
rned whether there w" 80 j1- 0* muU1ofautowImeis3s". n At a late hour Wednesday afternoon I6of9&M L l
recovery bKepit ng 'th fire was d ie30eed In Mr. Jackson's
ranee. arglrvt Ay~r's 111111"
The Bobbit mill was AD immense fild, In close proximity to his home.
stearprige, it was a sombioation SAW Mr. Jacksoni was notat home, but his

ad grist mill and crite factory, and SHOOTING NEAR DUTTON. good wife, with wonderful courage,
oployed a large number of hands, be- mounted a horse and spread the alarm,
mutereial IDIOM"et of she town. gro, With Serious Results. the dry weather and the fact that the An=ctMcY for
The informations which was received Information reached this city Thors. crops were dry, the fire spread rapid- IIhSourSlE' c ere by telephone at noon Thursday, day of a tragedy at Dutton & Colo. ly, and when asaifance reached the Wr knusos
teen that the station Of the Gaineso, wood camp on Sunday night, which scene the flames had gained sach head. nmsaadLosSSOFSiz Fo
i-l1 and Gulf railroad, which Is In cost one life, the victim dying a few ay that it was Impossible to check lose proximity to the mill, caught bours tifter the tragedy. them, and it was onaly with the most a
re, and It Was only through The particular. are very meagre, heroic efforts that the home was saved. d opS-ATh rt
e moot heroic efforts of the eillsens, but it opens@ tha& Charlie Thompson, a Those who visited the scene state ThiK.
the lack of adequate facilities, to ie gro, became involvold In a dispute that Mr. Jackson lost about an aere we the building, over a trivial matter with another ne- and a half of Pugar cane, and about
Friends of Mr. Bobbit deepiftyflpa- gro, the name of whoin could not be twenty-tive acree of beans abd corn, ize with him in this lots, which Is le-arne-d, when the guns were brought which wa4 dry In the field and rvady ATCPO AE
itremply seriouil at this11 time, as it is into action. The load from Thompsion's for harvepttizig. MTCP011VAP1
the midst of the crate and basket gun entered the back of the ot hel man, The farm) is located near the rail.
sian ______passing through his body, with the re- road, and it wassaid that the fire ouig- ~*
IiG FIRE AT NEWBERRY. sult that he died. Iviated from the sparks of a passing lo.
After the shootinR Thompson made comotive.
ye Cttaes elogingto tlatichis escape, and is sttill at liberty. Frier.do of Mr. Jackson deeply sym. -ieCotas i e longinged TAurs a. tic pathize with him In this los.
P at Lring iune Thsdiy.fo FAULTY DIGESTION.
Partes rrivng n tis cty romAsthma Sufferers Should Know This.
awht-rry Thursday report a serious Quickly Shatters the Nervous System Foley'. lif ney and Tar has cored ULTs AND
wii at 6 o'clock on the morning of tion At Once. Itsy aeso asthm that were con. I p nriestnra"Ttofor rue" ndwm.
atda. ie otaesbeogig osiderfed hope less. trn. Adolph Bites.0 o*th tiln vitaity, buildsi up Li tie ale nil r%'uewe thG an
atda, iv cllge blogig o If the Ftfferer with weak nere. only Ingo 70 Wro Third St.. Dasvenport, bringing hee~th ad appncslows 0ieIabola F,rsaieball
e A t a n ti C o s t L n e n d c c u p e d 0o r o w i l t a ll I t s c iu r ly w r ot it ml o r e m il 's t f l v 5 1
emptlantee Coftast syine, haocvied realized that a faulty digestion was Iowa, writci.: "A severe cold con.lT mi, bo for $8.0o. lbs. Mot'sl (hemoa 0 (A),V
-f nmlo o t ha sytedavn the chief cause of nerve exhausption, a %raeted twirlve years ago was neillecteod FOR NALE 31 JIlL 0. W. TAXNNR, KION 14i'INWS,1N
Notwithstanding that the fire was care would be much easier, for he ouhil it Hainaly grew Into asthma. The iseoverod early and the citizens would then strengthen she digestive ts medical skill available eauld oot& orked henclyto save the po-organs with Mi-o-na stomach tabletse. give ne more than temporary relief. ty herofaialyte wr prop-nt A few day@.' use of these table will Foleoy's Honey and Taer waso rreoin
dly the fm aie wrepi iadqae, tone and streingihpn the digesative sys. mended and onie fifty-eent bottle eon. rtd ih fam ganed rotapid toaheay tem so that It will absorb all the ele- tirely eured me of asthma which had rain fr oe cotten age t anos.The ments of perve forest from the doily h,..q, growing ont me for twelve years.
uinnts of the cottages saved little food, anid the nerves will be strength. If I had taken It at the start I would W.RT HM
ftVeir household effects, coed, aleepl.-sness will be overaomeo, tiave laeen saved years of suffering "O M
Thelos i esimtedat ro *peoweakness itill vaiiph, and the various J. W. hic~lollum A Co.

Pro, WA fitl insurnce. ual and regzular.Mr oirdsRt'un
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ii DRES GOODSMail Order


Steadily t6rowln
b ySort.-Not a Desrable Kind of Cloth or Color lissing. Uf You Dn't Belee It Come Write.Um for
fand Se, bsolutely Lovest" in Price for Q16,411.
Can't Come.

~4~will be found Fancy Wool Suitings,' Beautiful Plaids, Broadcloths, Cheviots, Frenc
Serges, Panama8, Voiles and Batistes. Could you ask for more?
0t( wllbe found & better display of Pancy and Practical Dress Goods than you can find,2tght here. The goods are igh
q ~ and we know the prices are right. Oome to thisstore next week and see the greate-t display of
Fine Dress Goods evor shown in the city. Beautiful Trimmings to match.

th Ndesivsbl. Wonr, worth ............ I ... 10o 98. for Beautiful quality 50-inch Broadcloth, a regular $1.25 quality; every wanted '~
of ftplar Oloth, worth ................ 8kc
91vil1bit".olors, worth .......65 1.00 Tard for Beautiful quality 60-fick .Chiffon Panama, the most desir~bhfe
mine old Drawn, worth.............................ot I$1.25.
T1016 for Children's Presses, worth .............. 25 "Spot Proof" Broadcloths, Black only, Beautiful q'halities at $2.00, $2.60, $8.60
'F 66 ab eeatit al quality, w orth . . .I.............. .. I"000n t
I41"19v worth ................. nfnhed Worsted& for Fine Suit#, a Beautiful fabric, 54-inch, at 62.26.
t very setvkIeJ, worth .......................... ... 8 New Spring styles In Beautiful Plaid Suitings, 54-inch, worth $1.50 yard, Special at1..
.....s.wo.t............ 4 ..... .06
50AS plaes: Beautifol Now Spriog styles In Checks Beautiful new Plaids, all the new colorings, W~c 75t, $1.00. $1.266 61.60, *1.7 ad
L 0.FnS Sulilp, worth 50-0c, Special at W~ Td. Beautiful fabrics for Evening DIesses In Aeollens, Batistes, Voiles, Etc.
B..i3U UTIPt BRAIDS AND APPLIQUES TO MATCH THE DIFFERENT SHADES ...... .. .............
'PUT
SILK Vilss for T is WeekEach Day Aids lew Spimior to Our lotion Stocks fYuv

0a 600 004 se&*. .. 0. 0..... lOqulity a motion to Buy lotion$ Some lorem
00*0066000 $.2 q~iyBeautiful Belts ....... 15c to $1.50 Beautiful 'Embroidered Windsorc e
.. ...$.6u liy New Kid Belti ......... 50 to $1.50 at 2.....a...d....... 2
0. 0ta.*.0,..0.a..0.s..e.a.$15qullty Guaranteed Kid Gloves ....... 8 Beautiful Silk Scarfs for eveningWr
at.. . .. . ...... $1.50 $ I

kPud. Bois, .0 ... 41 ..... 0 ... .59e 4.00 quality Infants' Bootees .........10 to 25c
Beautiful Bsge ....... 25c to $4.98 Don't forget the excellent value ........... 0 .$#Wqtalty Knit Shawl* and Fascinatora .25 i'd 5Wa offer in or ~eady-to-Wear aud Miiii'
US SU se .1 0*. 1125u~tyInitial Handkerchiefs, 8c; worth 100 Departnments.





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v. yJottings rmJusn Financial Statement of the Board of 88, 0. B. Modn 35 pigHill No.$10J.LKelyofi,$
o ,yJudson, Now. S.-ldrs. W Pbi Instruction, Alachua Coun- 40. Mary 03. Foster $40; Louise No. 42, Roberts, Roadlld. $28: J. L:iJu
a.~k~*aaaiWte, J F. Horn, J7. ft. Beachomy W. ty. Florida. for the Month End- 2 Mos., Viola Carleton $70; Persever. Townsend No. 15 20; ', ~
TANWe Watson. J. D. Shoeldsoad R. Be Ing Nov. 7. 1908. &use No. 43, Elisie V. Smith 180; Wind- Beath, material for Fair, 7I~i le
Tooker all went to I*e State Fair last Hon. S. H. Wienges, Clerk Circuit sor No. 45. M~rs. 0. L. H obb* $0; H inb R. Wilson, ribbon for Fair, $ ;AL week an thy reort a elihtfu CortAlahna ouny. la. Springs No. 47, Marie Mann $80. Emily Kelley, traveling expense,~;~ st LOW Xut Pay time. They report tat Alehua's 01- Sir: In compliance with Section 2, .M aes$O te alwy$6 .Rbrsn onasir,$. .'
ForDetot ubad.hibita of orange* and grapefruit w"~ Chapter 4M3.Laws of Florida, we here Julie Nefredie $35; Ilagae No. 48, D). Diekinsov, collection 9p,'
about art good as the southern cOOn- by filip with you the following itemized 8A iillr$0 apii o 22;W V oun pc
LED ~ ~ ~ ~ at 0 W4IL ON_ DUTYL-m ties. -- __. Take wea furhe -ot stee_ o_ the moe- re. e an 110, Marion Kerr IL30: Pitradipe Nip. 6252. ; 11.A F Qo i C. P. n











GARN AD FARM 8 ader the no to to be as al tie political divieoie of a rest aid
asof old. The purpose Is of agagM still growing State, mesas more than
_T"_ is a aw 6tial movemut plain, as represebully stated by we the millions of a Beekefeller or the
eagerway that sa0 6 the near fusure saloon-keeper to his protesting ago- laurels of a pagan coneqror. It shows
st* tsse ae great e party polities. towers, "We gos to make the drink it to earnest com:ttile betwsn the DWeMnreter, 31u Ae a As th late convean of the Amer. the wishes of $he comnanity, which is two to erry off tho covsted badge, and
or ars.s lesa Federation of Labor nine f rer not you fellows. It is thus put up to that each should have salotaid to the CUIt
nal delegates from the Farmers Un- you fellow to get a majority and be same percentage, 84.6. shows how close SAIitCK ablsled Ie, or the American Society of the Community." Ma* been the battle, how watchfully MMpA P
at(k s Equlty, were admitted and given the But the Qaloon-keeper overlooks the and carefully funcht. Last year Pfk Kar r s
privileges of the fleor. In addresses fact to whichaeontempory call at- was third and Alechas fifth in the eANveN.oWnwA 831cCREARY.EdtW"A made by them they expressed the teion, that the reduction li-sa be a raceyetthis year they both came to Cn 50't"AV4AsROSA
hope tat the Soeiety of Equity might double-edked object leuson. It don* the frap splendid example of proper et n a Tsax 0r SOF scatrows become affiliated with the Labor or- bling the license to eats the eise of ambition, rewarded in full measure by Ag
-Me Twice-a.Week SVa $1A year; ph ganizations. If it is possible to join the drink in half is Is not likely that the admirlttio of the people. ths, 50.; single copies, ad. these two organizations for the com* the opponents of the saloon may be How close to the winning fgare was
AeNras Rias: moo purpose of defeating those who found asking how high the fee would Manatee coasty, with its percentage Runnait a no
ad vertiseents, Ients aline oppose the demands of the farmers have to be raised to cut out the drink of 844. Justme*Ihh of one percent running k~otel,oaly
the Arst and 10 eeate for esah addi- and workingmen. the result will be to altogether? This is a pertinent in* of tying Polk sad Alachea, although a man goes into a hotel
edo a reentmirely disrupt the Republicn party, quiry and it seems to be a logical One last year she wee fourth in the race. thing on the table which
1, atet for r w ingmn atl o ee twht But the prise she wes should be worth him, he does not raise h
anid 12month ~the worklogmen and farmers are unit- usi~ ntr fr~lsl adodtl
furnished upon ipp cation IT OUTSHINES ITSELF. much in ter eyes, foreleely following landlord and tell him
Marriage and Death notIee inserted Ina to attain. The Rvpebites leader the lead of the best two In the race for hotel. Well, hardly. He
Obituaries, 5 Cents A line, have shown great hostility to the le- The Sun is lad*bted to its contem. production procedeneSishe had award- to one side sad wades Islation that the Amerisan Federation poraries for many complimentary no. ed to her the first prilse for good dishes that *t him. OUR OLUDDING Liii of Labor feels is io ary for the tices, but never has such a notice ap- looks, and in these days, when men with some newspaper
s San and the Thrice-a-Week well-being of its membe f, and the re- peered in the State press that was are Judged by their eles It means Rad an artle ****1*
(Y..)Wordo nerlad..one earrm..e.ocityofEqutydeire1pa85 foterSmtspessthtews8rejededeytherolofesEiqmensfid adetisereess
(1. Yu) and thea Ga) $ r reiv ie o Eu t fr more appreciated than the following much for her future prosperity. not suit them eagt
o Ban and the Atlata (Ga.) are receivingR no enoorapement from
Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75 the Republican leaders, for to grat from The Tampa Tribune. The edi. Orange county took thi year the stopping to thil it e Sn and ste Atlanta (a.) thd i lyaderfe to t tors of The Tribune and Sun have been third plaea, which was awarded to dreds of other readers,
Gemi-Weekly Journal one year. 1 80 them would directly Interfere with the intimate p-roonal friends from boy. Polk in 1905. but her special rating as sad play and sell t e Son and the Semi-Weekly special privileges of the corporions hood and it makes the latter's heart the best prodnet of the delightful paper should be run a
Times-Union one year......1 50 and trusts that are the chief reliance glad to have his friend speak as he chicken should place her hih in the h, put Int it.
of the Republica party for campaign dlad o he hsri pn ahe che on ho e her high n the p
W We will not accept stamps of a f does of the work la the following lines: estimation of those people-and they -denomnatio thfn2taer denomination than Scents. power "Our contemporary, The Gainesville are good people-who know a good Is your father
There are many Republican voters Sun, is ever a welcome visitor to the thing when they see it. Hernando asked a fiveyear-oM The trusts having raised the cost of who doubtless believe the reform sanctam and brightens things up in county eame fifth on the list for the t,1 one replied coB iring nearly 60 Per 0e09, Are nOW tak- legislation demanded by workingmen fine shape; but last week's Industrial general prize, bit her largest and best couraI He's got me, asigreatredit for rain wages ten and partners should be granted, and Edition qu ite takes the shine out of display of the solid stamina, the wooden right, too, for the 14 1bnt, ___all its previous elorts beaue of its of the State, was a reward for what loving, helpful little r cent. ___ there are Republicans elected to On- phenomenal brilliancy. The Tribune she last in the way of raised produe. or than some
aress and State legislatures who prom-.1 The lead pencil trust is bitting back isnd to vote for sul reforms, b In. engratulates Editor McCreary most tivity. Oseeola, Pacn. Washington, money cannot t the editorial fraternity for knocking vestigation shows these are but a small heartily ii on theoutcome of his splen* Lee, DeSoto. follow in the lis of coun. single hears. t. by advancing the prige of lead Pea* minority of those the Republicans did energies. The Evening Stars and ties mentioned. But Lee county had Do0eg he feel that he b its as much as the traffic will bear. elected as law makers. The great Morning Stars and all the Sons of the the best and largest display of vege. cse of the daughter at
-a "'""y are willing followers of great unierse of paperdom should table@, PeDnto the fluest display of are households where I msfrit were wilio followersllaion ofwtt ohprd t
Some of the Republign leaders take Speaker Cannon inh standpaliations of wit pineapple., Washington the best State tak both nds e
very pessimist view Of ttheRpobtical eis on labor legislation and revising and hilazes of rhetoric if he keeps on exhibit of hay, while she led as the there is plenty of that ature, but how can they expect the tif' tariff. this way western county of the State. The two love and goodaea
"And Alaehua county, how proud it blue ribbon counties have also boon yours one of them? ople to forever submit to being On the other hand, Democratic rep- sol et es elilmntdb wre rzsi h oorpia
landered by their stand-pat plan Of resentatives ha~ve shown every desire should tip to be so well Illuminated by awarded prises In the topographloal-this resplendent orb. One sees deep contest, Alachus being the leading Referring to shat rotecting the trusts. and hate promised to vote for the leg- into the most hidden recesses of Its Middle Florida eaunty and Polk the whiskey dealers knows at
A elation demanded by the workingmen fertile secrets; and a wondrous tale beast county of South Florida. Lass The Broobsville Argus A question that will be awaited with and farmers, for the Democratic party of industrial growth and steady on* year Polk eame near the head in each blind tiPr is the considerable interest Is whether Pres. has no alliance with the corporations ward flight toward the senith of pros* of the item competed for, although fur on earth. An Ingo dent Roosevelt will endorse the "tn. and trusts and no desire other than perity is told to those who read the not winning the first place, that haw. black as Erebus, diagag Marriages" plan of Mrs. Parsons as the greatest good to the greatest pages of thi" powopaper. Good luck Ing been given to Morion, whih con- living And sleeping it 9 ongly as he endorsed the political number, with "equal rights to all and to it and to old Alachus now and forI ty is not represented this year, we are shocks, is more to be respee ork of her husband. special privileges to rone." With a evermore Amen," he. He deserve, the son
compact and militant organization the loyIis worthy of noie that illsbor. escratIon of all hnestad
Coplin is weneral ohofho nohec waae Iarners and farmers.o wot theIires I
ChmpitI ieneral theorgia u tnd F wae n atr es, the Dremrasy wi llhei TAXING THE CHILDREN. ough ounty, which last year ranked men. The air is made vi
uth, especially In Georgia and Flor. natural allies. the Democracy, willseodIgnradipyofrdut.bahndoinow o
Complaints enerl trougoutthe age arnrs ad frmer, wth teirsecond in general display of products, breath, and mot tenn*e re
*, c the miserable railroad service. be politically irresistible. When you bny the Christmas toys this year takes its place along with community where he lives
uot y the railroad offieilsi cannot for the little children and wih they Dal countyassoommeretal eblr @rated, for he saen hr
endr the public better "twice In the ENTIRELY TOO PREVIOUS. (i d not cost so much, so that you and takes prices for women's work, putridity of a people,
ransportation of passengers and ----rhti n n ot clear.sseowngers to d the Hsrotneas might also tiny for some other little floriculture as a business. and eduareight i Dot cles. Is It owin g to the History often repeat is olf, and te o you know of who are not so well tion along technical or wientifle paths. The advance In the pri ack of facilities or inefflcient traffle history of polittee s an exception, of oleIsland ention to over tit en? In either case the fault should which the c or f The Sn Is to provided for so your own are, remem. The Vair, as a whole, shos a won. Is whato ,oe Sll remedied without delay. minded h the l of the recent her that the tariff tax on thee toys is derful achievement of the estate, taken shows what orga isatio ea
ind y e h from -,5 to 50 per cent, according to all together. the development of new properly 0seducated lnder
o o i election in Mn o wanty. In 1fI4 the kind and quality. As there Ie over centers of rommeroial activity, along conditions If the growere Is
A boy who calls his mother the "old the editor of o4 r was one of th t $3 r.(f00 in the United States Treas. with the inereasod proinetiveness of orose the nererag the coming
hian." o n sft rthe h sadg oer o r suc flas frthe eilamre ry more than the government ro. the sel; in other words the etablish. however, no set n ies aced AT to Id nt u nte as m e. ?Do o u at a om41 k t e e isa u e uires., and of that amount $14.00.,. rue t of a rendition of independne peeted for the unet crop. Is is
at o b a oweamog mn?-obeandas oonaftt'ofrind n aSouh g is loaned without interest to favor. that guarantee. a prewnseu prominence to get Shirty seiats per poend
'Dr7 Learn to control your tem- Florida county, who had soe bueenr e*( national hanks, there ia ro need in ihe affair. of the uaoa. and a fu. hales of cotton thearsmightnaS
I.rt atryusl.AbywonmntdfrteLgsaue r.Son hions for the five hues
,t tmatryusf.Abywon iatdfrte egsare -'for this tax on iitills and tave t hat the Sure predominance wt u** emateat as" d ,ied foir just hail what it w
.o.e ou control his tongue and his ecived the information of our suuere
tenI er will never become a master of he wrote us requesting our support of ieng i~A part Rerubian etbon ath hs time, may eseio its5 ruuc h eihls fl' D~o not imitate the vices of fast his candidacy for Speaker of the Hows g Ahyu t'ellcnnejto h'sm ie is ~htn ~ t
u~p~thikin wil wae yu o Reresntatvesof ~: e' to investigate the tariff taz, sand the contmies devnted to arreeos o f The Vlorida $44t*-m* Cesrt
1 v urn th nki g t wil ma e y u of R ep ew n ati es f ltS6 replied m ore he looks into I tshe. les ikely he slre ouo uis com petition hbsed on a etl. eded that if at any lim e a eead
---- ---- ----hat e ha notyet eet' cletE~lelm-will be o vote to c~ntne Ihe stand- enifle tuidy of the soil and the wst psda graed a onaetes
ply nominated),and could not promise asters in power when the ele,-tuon io meat. to cise to improve its fertilty she prty can be resretd by re, .mand for tariff reform is to support anyone until after the gen- arud N iuhevte hsi amrn jrcs n rusu h aduiu .e
r ne r a good many hairs gray on the eral eletion. At the same time we lan e sr to ay a etop o e th well fr Vtaiid to) sere the re as dor **ense
a1- of the Republbean stand-patters. sougeted to our friend that he was a trusse and theerety allow thoe ecrpoire. There Is not a onty Ine the Mste. The deekeln Is erneatly proper, oU r*new the tariff would evidently little premature andl that he had bt-s winloalne h aeo herpo oeer ht** e sae fm ser a* ua wauning to eat
VttL. prtyandlosythacadalnowr wihenticaewaaiugnte'tbeorewatit ouavane te' rwasofu*e*I iret hdevb, totreedbehohehaveofthewhohalbee u dlr upouno
!tt utions from the tariff protected making formal snnnesment for the mdny s, whot hivers litth pro d tifo-wbwer ithay were raeu,tiao.mo ftr aedlhvv
*t that have tbee the breath ofSpeakenship A hiliter fisht was made rovner nt oeso, and r**pe.***fly table.u ea ashee-fron eate odrssol-a* opg
toteRepaothese leaders. To at pan hum, with the reuts that when tev'rmg 6eie.ad ~~.sl al'.Cio fe1,e' Ir~e ete g.shi~ eeue np
~'afl ~spon reison illfoce heI te vte wee crutedat heNovm-when ot of whast 1o epays in runeeaed here*. live steck, fo* *, or any ewa of use~ des the *bbad stgrs." sed eg. e4 nd aidstho e evietontwil o the the e etio hoe as eted Noen. pianc the soveuirmnt gets h,'t .ne. the hundreds of shirsg* that go, to rushe cry gen.4 *i****n showed east to th ands saite Deosta eoteher saelting has defurred. And year th of whatsge' to the trust. th~e broad espose. of the farming die. 'h6**t Th*** lawbeaers $sw ##
-m .s a nfst A Pt** W i.N o h s o errd th n yA trieet the mainstey of h oma n lie or speedth~ for nas *e se the etla
r a --ras d a ne g r pi aA Dm 9t be n o nehatd o h n A tgs THsES N O H A R he edoets ofl lndety ass arises ** mitted in Alauhese co ws, ve hs aeendlapre s rpi* rha to ointe frth Igs. E tS0NO Tt A" ferm the **nters of cormeree, ato.
Stat the Tresury offeiale refued lature from thsste.stha he so..maspis fhos selpad JonA ihm. he egga
'chen as the pies offered The noned his eandidacy for speaker; F res Th* Tampa fribon. nanoa waeah Degamsaliiy ase A trs ane for like 4o
r-'eneat of Peru has tbee forced bat he will not even be a member of At 7 o'elnok Wedonday eveng. in ten from MAses*** cenmy, elf1 ggy
tw 'se xport duty of 80per east the body over abich he aspired to pr* the rotiada of the Tamps Rep Hotel, M !newisldaigvr er poet.r es o6* @***.8
*rent silver free tweing exported. side. the lInord of Judge of the )oide _________________t. old desemand Ia perehasles Moral: Ton't eoeut yoar poletsal se Fair ened. formal seard of prs. Thene let we with c** band Isoaderly r~ nearly 1) per seat and silver sehieks ntil thes votes are eonted. ree to the arm some'efoi s51 I or cling to She 'ld year. *M*e ** **selse i~5ng s vlsemedWal steet l ~ ~ I'forth the ather to 8>* ihe new. 'To
a nala ale*aedWallears Te bard to learned ofiI itale.
ofo omaoe *ad earruey~ AN UNEXPECTED RE FORM. ofI blotecllo. Wt A ttae Oberge of tsrtkFoe of b adyears. gesense.
enoSn of th* wild eMt oider do. -*** An~ne.* Jef***sow R fir-owni t~eSOC@ d.9.y~ t
C As we lethlefrnearepe*um*mateor
ayre westdsseers Whea Chicago deatle I its iqoor iI. of Key West art J T. Herp of I'- s- S .hb~ ,e ~ ts.w
sade ~ 5e f. i hopd lgatetwoobjet.-lath Wih s ives e the. etsfnelsttfil osetetheal.stees 'PUeMD*
_____________the wilag oit of the Ph**P aslo tere t'ere ae e b owte a ** to~ the M' that4 me, *it be a year a
~acs obeeli a ree ~..notersoeely the ha mnt. of esec sad alw ;seso of the de-******* f,,r th e t a u aee*bese~
la ooem isial re e treedies epote of enlse e and s- a.eoeedge of sh*re iee.****"i'"""* ""4
*~ that is is abn84t tOeakeage *w*** erg is al reten~e wheeth woold per. l5 *** st he %*** .h..o oeit toae erte wr iatra ablsy ~ai er they** we**e pane 4ar so
"a~ sbrella earuded over a5*** mit the ealargisg r-f the p~olere deer mssesse la ie master of ge***~t. e oese eran .rt
** mas setting 5othing tet tbe 3ea she iaseus of she airns h i* sy and gebyu and these sto Ib""*tewy*aCnes,.e
tooShe sna,*(g. e easth ferom $00 to $1/II) ***me to have into peebity of eearseter. will See** eat Shes womid esem theme So be Fe.
S*e 'he m as she emet wrousks sooter ad secspeesed re. ** room t quel ne sd sawes des. membesed as the yeens rn a betag.
***ae oblg. It lai Seem. 1s has redeeed Ch***t** *m. *** will be non*4". A se.d. ss th )ee (r ese i***
*t ** get~~: to anry lit 8as agle *sa ee at liqeor sad safe uweth@ therdefse,. galt*rthe sum sigelse tha as eye t*aedskessis**** d a h ~e gsea hweo h
** tr eerswo aes e A ee as She bhss hees se *** hepmfl Ito its swee. she see *** soes deat es'* smmity set
aeeamebepstth*84ofeg5ste elnse**pese se ae ese. Aasha sad Pola.eteeM ho** S a~eshe 4muesead*e4***
easse he as sub as mobs is as ablesseable to Met eted is she leesehp ** See a a gas to a o of 38AAAm ses tp he gae
e .e .. ..*A ma b passes a meaneakes T ee *** se*al asess ot ptedeesses asas. Ody we **u*Sam em ag
"I as to e ..ms, . a. . . m .. . ..a. ... bs a e. u *. .....*s m I e... .ea 4 Ws n W e a
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'I. HOG. Aft H RI

Attackd byiho Mad Farm Hond Who IhM *W OU PS 0
Cut Flesh from Their Hips.
MENTurner, age4 26,a farmn hand In the eplo fJh mn, bcamNov 30.-Fra
YL~ WE BUT denly in"sn and going to the barn,
Pr.A1L AIBtlCJNR slashed a valuable horse several times
across the side and hip, seriouslyIn

FIGHT 'tsinss Red* and ajotbing Wfleu dilcwvered by Redman he so h aitosi
boss&g by a diserdered Lia was cutting strips of flesh from the btenaotnvgru
Nmvsanimal's hip and laughing hysterically.to l -isreutffriiz
Not vie. "7at Drowsp FeeUng" When driven away from the horse wt
a* by puttlag your digestive organs Turner gave ltas to a hi~g, and on
to work, increasing your agetite, thing It, $1,hed It across the back of ,w'Iieh ad, In fact, maksF you feerl11k.a with the sharp VMade. r1e was finalof 'ERI XA.V' IY overpowered and disarmed by Red-S
a .00 per B.Eftle man, who locked bim In the barn
at. ai Drugp j t r Until Sheriff Whiting could reach the and plants wwfer*Wed and In consequence sliftring from Colton P11ght
~al @~ b~e CAO~UO.scene. H-e in now confined In the This and other Inter sting experin'eass are deserlbedkolu our boks,"Coto
labor. county jail here, and the ijeriff of Ciltuft" and "Piei sbl Farmlsg"-.eto any one Interested. Write
h "d th Marinsville, hId., his former homne, by experts, and full of valuable suggestions which, followed out, will Insr
-1 .-- .. ~ ~ -has been notified to come for him better and bigger crop and larger prots. Write 'or them to-day.
Ol Omilll hote. iMAN KAU WORKS
New York, Nov. 80.-All the old -Crutchfield Not Guilty. p..I4C~ire~
oftiers of the Seaboard Air U51- mail- Atlanta, Nov. 30.-The ury In the _____________________________* Way company, with the exception of cats, of the state against J. H.
Norman 8. Meidrirn, first vice pre*-. Crutchfield, on trial In the sueir PRTY 1. COLSOI, Pros. J. 1. ILAIDING, ice-Pm. 1. R. COLOON, 'L.>
dent, were re-elected at a meeting court upon the chats of having shot held In this city. ,. Mr. Meidrim do his, wife with Intent to kill her, re-A Statoourt clioned to stand for re-election. W. turned a verdict of not guilty, after ALA C H U A CO0U N T Y
-MiThomas Gariett, of Claocionati, general man- reminfing out one hour and twenty
~I~Uli, ger of the Cincinnati, New Orleans minutes. While the verdict may beA B
~ OO~and Texas, Pacific railway company, A surprise to some, it was 204 to STR A.OT UL1JM"ANY
the ap VU elected first vice president to sue. Crutchfield, who, while waiting for __________________________0"d~ oe Mr. Meldrim. Alffed Walter, the jury to reach a verdict confidet. IVOBIFOIATF.D.
p~.~ pl'Midetnt of The company, was elected ijy said: "I'll be &cqdItted. I know:W S
:,q~ ~vlaga member of the executive committee. 11 because the Lard told me so In aC -i.e--1 .e 'a
Iawq~tdream, Just as He told me In a dream optenee KlsTre that my wife would not die from her ,"The Title Is the First Condderstion."
*et'a Delleotaineve 0., l No.h.ree wound." We do an exclusive Abstract business with facilities for Imparting UL
'"uionAlbrtdie ofspote feermakngINFORMATION concerning the Title to any and all lands in Alachua CLt ot the the dhird fal sted ofe ie asin That's It I ALL BUSINESS TRANSACTED1 PROMPTLT.
t t"In thibrhotload otft t1e dsase Cough youresolf Into a fit of spasms, Wiuson.Neighbors were so alarmed at the and then wonder why you don't get
*y Ie.death of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Jos well, If you will only try a bottle ofprg baywe *oitesuefrogsllu s, BS IA T & RL Y COPA (
ben lyn, 'that they would not go to the Balinord'is Horehound Syrup your coulgh
be 'Albert home, where the wife and will be a thing* of the past. It Is a A S C ~ ~l C M

of the wh a Vile t ~~ptet bromehisis and all pulmonary disomaes. (~zX.oo'Poz-dmt04a1
oranet I h a voet One bottle will convica you-at you;r.E O L .M R
neemed. Maes the Livr Lively.d ragirist's, 25e. 8ft and $,1.00. SoldbyE E.V Y E, GR
boon th5. MksheivrLel. W. M. Johnson. Abstraste of Tile and fulrzaformatiion furnished riding lanas tl
4553 15e Orimo Laxative Fruit Syrup olives -wny Ou mange thr haselivedsanthi sonTtityyi u
ta COM perpmament relief In eases of habitual 'Te "it Sui, to aT.1 man eu to ouagerhs linvedsant wbln tter.
S A nt- Vonst1pation so It stimulates the lver, Teclause, -it suits toaTmen
qhad auq, tile and testorso %be natural setion of the M Itft-xcl.i soda h
6gof die courts. bowels without Irritating these orqsus familiar instrument. the TV square or TVfI '~ -:-Y JJL :
rule (iso callml from Its resemlnce to
sevoral of the local lke pills or ordinary eathertics. Due the letter T), used by mechanics and FRAODN, UUATADIDMIYISRNE
aro said to have vio- not nauseate or gripe and is mild and draftsmen for making angles true and Ren, n ACIbT nuberULfArmnn Amrica ndIY EgiNshRNE Rerpane
M ate act of M arch pleasant to take. Remember the idame for obtaluing purpetidiculars. The ex-seigb AL ST EAN 1IYWN.
d act to regUlate Ornto and refuse substitutes. J. W. premsron was In common use In the~ G~li ebpt z3dA
alesinto the Mg~olium & Co. Time of Dr. Johnson, who In quoted by_________________________________Boswell as saying of Wharburton, -- ___ ___ ___________at bomts there Five Cloudbursts Fatal. "You soe they'd have fitted bitu to
Pleftftl Carolina Murphy, N. C., Nov. 30."Five a T."
m trteafrom cloudbursts on Fain mountain killed 0 ~
M Meadif placed 32 much damage to property and crops. iii i W ILLIAM S'
r an' *d they are Ilie bodies of Mrs. R. C. Cornwell orders j tbeir depor- and an eight-year-old boy were found evida h~as been tak- near their horne. The husband Is tey being detained badly hurt, but a little (laughter and
yernlfa discloses how an Infant escaped. Hoiusesp Were
caem .a be tu-e deois- an grea hoe .o. in A R R n U A 1 o r












iiuorniNC~rCE.N&MIOK FOR PU r NiN I ifltiflJhesb
MET Collcto and Aseessoea Appoint. with the prbYaWU
meetsLimber latdi In
8,ijwu U way s on of voma' wrst fflition. Italwas leves WO il mee t he taxpayers at the extended o Ia
praideflt d' folsoeolomnswrtaflcin. I lwy evsowing places on the date* set oppo. O August 4. 1
gild w IarRd Colso, you weaker, and is sure to shortenyour life and make steO forn No. %4pte oloietn eh~hSd for~
Vae for 1I06, and receiving returool IV 0 ~t
HIS BOY S URED your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Garduli and pmoprty for 1907: 2. 1'o n No
A 9~ v-t. Pwc. Iii.t~ mo tie f o ito.
one of the Most Widelip Known and It will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func- 2foWbrr-Friday and Saturday, to. I f
MostCometet Rahadtios mae wllandDee. I and 6. dero 0e
M st iatee. nd ofMft eal OMW i maeyou beautiful adstrong. It is a re- Teo-M .yDe. 10. "10fbie
th4 11Ma lI.h
in ~ ~ f U8t"'M. liable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, head- DniT edjDe.1.Avy and IaD
thorn UPto H10 Blcli-Wedne~day and Thursday, D~c ie-r
12 and 18. Thei eli Inibis
WabiltO.- I,.3-Prsident ache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness, dyo 1 me
at.e shww of" therm Rail. Idi pen and similar A an Dee. 14. Pd 0.
fainting spels,.and simisa troubles. Safe efficient WVadt-Saesde, Dee. 16. W (C.O PU
way, wa kild01110-11111"111111I Alnehus-teeay and Wednesdlly, NTC i ~'I
wreak whicoo~ as r1awyereleve medicine for all women's pains and sickness. Dee. 18 and 19. 399 NK N
mile'~~~ ~ ~Labog tteigti Sprinits-lbuteday and Friday, Notice In bilroy rives general ofieeof the Omother. Railway Mrs. J. L Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. writes; 491 have Dec. 20 and 21. prbii fTxO
the fdlowigg statement w=S inooid: %beuidautie aail
6"8outhelS Railway peeUNDEO train, used Cardul for my disease, which was one peculiar to W. DcaiwsoTorCol aids ond

W. D.DIOK~3O'%STeawCtI'ah aw or
No 88, left Waahlagtol In& might for AV .Com a no.lwt daw.
JcsDlI.Owipg to the eooaed women, and It has completely cured me."out.0 lw
y, Vs., on portion of &he nod / TALD U T RS N$.0B TLLEGAL ADVERTI3EMENTS. the ima of ash~
train was stopped for alight repairs to "taI- %be ft a ~fb;
A coupling. PssNesge trin No. 87 ~ T S unf U Unieor and tk hI r t u r of So estoutiom tae Witss~ my611oa
was following No. 3. and bein given du. ulotn fully as your sympilom WINE Alcu Nollt -I mit~ directed 0 4A a. ev e 1d Clrdm fw
I U ~~the oibewth ofttMe st a VI dJ INU I. L Pd ClrkVie
clea bl ck m ul la e t e r c O O a d w ilhn ouF e d ief oell. )(b rff ofi .% Imhu s e oSeat. wIorla.
8S, resnlting in the serious wimck. to Plain saied 11I~.adwehv eiduo ndwIl tbl m T
houise Ioo InCtie,0;9A4dda.4r.NTIEO Advice Indicate the collision was due 2-d= F~~iamo. Tema-. OF VD II -dorl on dn l. A aWde o ila'y. NOTI('K OP
to the neogligence Of the operator in IWO. between the k'bat h,.uirs of U"to %he WKM LAWS 01F
allwig o.37to as te lokhighest and bt~ lkider itor 4,t" %beflolowitog allowing__ No 87 to pu sh blck deeribed real cltii. ituatedl to omM 11a~e Notioe In be bo
President Spenser and a Party Of and Oon th Nothatltile (poes WAadil of
friends were In the officers' car 6%th rtk) of th % sor lot iti at l~o vo oeIifi dB?*
rest of No. K. May11 611e and (',tuio 0 Flow~ or~odatoe w
Sponer' Bod Buned.UIU bL H~bU Illohein mimi of HIearv Ifailev, Alexamie u."all.
PeieSpeu~r' Body wau rerned.V U UbI r~ The Oldest W hike House-in Geogi y1.
toThon 11lake, under 13ate of the I It of ep b ow I 4 uf 4
PrsdnBpste' oywa undftabllshed 1881 tomuber. IS ad recoried at rlage ett Deed se"
beynd SS~i~iiOD PhlipBehylHoIok -0 1 of the I uablkv Record. of Aimohua 71he "mi 4and hsW
ofeyo rk, mof M. 'Pilip~ pahylrty t)i E~P ourty. l'kwids. tboe rurttina W902110'ee. %be lIsunc~e of Umob
of Nw Yrkof M. Senses arty 011D 11A E wii-i.'Als henoe N ui~b 010 feot to tilae. of Wef"wm. T'nlem. ftkl Opilisa
was also killed. as was Mr. Spencer's Pure flue old rye. B~y the gallon $8.00 oootmlikizg onae mere of lardt. snore or lops, the VorftIIII 1) law,
specil train dlepteober, D. W. Davis, Foor full quarts $8.50. an r~ oJ ,C&s i wasa V~ winf mjy
of Alexandria, and Engieer Terry, EXPR ESS PREPAID In Dteed hlook 0? at Page 411, 1OUhI11 ftmOiwda the ltpth day Now
--- - -- of Alacbusoositty. Jr tds: torei bar silk sll lf
and Mr. Rpencer's private secretary. Sli COEANadeainular tbe teieft, liereditalleata1 Pd (i~
Mr. Merrill. One man, not yet identi- P3r. J' n va ay. RichM and sporeaost h siame uer~Ct n Morllc)
fled, was also killed. Eight negroes J Ied upon as &he property of JN. (linton to
were~~~~mllw inByd od rbbyfaal. ite gallons $2.76. Four smiasy#a ei&Iilu lbCUIUI favor tot W. A. C44- D~r" fix
were~1 InoeOepoal oal.tl quarts $8.00. olouci and agalnit J. N. ClInton Terms camsh 0s0. LAW 111 O
Presden Spnce. prvat coch as1. W. VIINIC.11. Prsdn, poe'spiao o* a X1RES. PREPAID ftheriffof Alasohsa ('ountI%.Forida Nnolhvhh,
entelbu__d Th -atwsn W. A IIK01OWM. 19..al tiff's Attainsev. chaser of Tas
entirelyI bBred The prt was on aeIt. hunting trip South. AANLRY sahe God AMof at
Pore wiitpgaaliall family whiskey. By ('ONT1111T 101)IC3 made rjle190taio fur
TWNTEH ENUY LU.the umllon $210. IFour full quarle l)etiaruams of the Insoflioq. In Sao a' wfih law.
_______ ENUR CUB $290. EXPRESS PRECPAID "C" Nfo. 11.01 ~Sat. laud11j~ 811,6JA So114P bras the following,
tiainotsvlle DU October 16. Iiu. swill in Aiaeobua 41m~Alf
a 1- of 90 4 1~r 1 aort.
A sumtietent oontest aildavit boiling boom itI,~ ,V Oo
interesting Meeting at Homeo of Mrs. CLI"MRD 19TE Mad in this offieby A. U3. HKte 7. iua- 14i-1ef IM 1. %*o S
AM. Cush~a Monday. By the- gallon.. For full Arali toat~ast H loamratad entr o Wanif.sp
OLD~~~E IDTUK CON~~ jpJ ade March &d. 04 1% of 14w1 This aid land belig
The meeting of the Twentieth CenOD E4UCYCN126. MPXWPRbeton St. Toomei V. W.bia of suo~h
toyClb el t h esdnc fDirest from bonded warehouse, fine 0Pi1ls t PTvamia II I $,fie m1tsW a Id Ito* asia
Mrs. A. M. Ooshman a* Monday. De. and old. By the gallon 1118-0. soI wOJZ LV ONaido rmme die !iba saids 4" heoniff IWOIsw Mea e
ember SXtb, was an cliesiem of more Four fulfatsu5.Rihadm llw ayete $alo 80. Sa INSN*". ase obisti"Os a" g,= %ftiti..
than usual enjoyment, A a large at. EXPRESS PREPAID VerflqmrsPO pull" town the sHaU68W e me4 1eIV
sendanee testified to the well sustain. mirs of [ifa itt VTrammels. eses" f* re own Moth C11ort
ed interselto is lab allairs. We hanidles all tb', leading brands of Rye and BoartbM1 Whiskies In the ma.fr Ovoles tcn3hwa as 4,=e ?~
Aftr te desusim md dspoalof ket A will save You f rom S tO 60 Per cent111 08 yoar purhes fBend for rie slash A. 0. ont Ja. Ilt. ?.e the NOTICE 0' APPLCA list anld eataloguel. Free upoia applie~t Ln 00 Inabeil.& uied"eamtnwlwm
the sacumoatewd businss,. the moss Iton lTe a "$eeieast eUi tt. Inai m ML n~ LA SlO
entertaining Itesm of which was the ex. THE ALTEAYER & FLATAU LIURCMAYdavis. filed OOL. It. OW Nt orhtoaeWhs meW b~eeer huns,
cellent financial report of the treasur- that moo toro d e id. 1to ruoeltvt-eO adi~O a" a u le
dafe hima 0osle ea4100 be adou byi ue&#A shWte t4of JU, a 4,
en, the leader of the day, Mrt. Touch, d5O asahsteI.gletidemdeeaes I&. a h as e
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rue is fe 8 s m,~l ~W 11
tu owvsn fCnrs.HIGH SCOOML NOTES. For Sle--lee bito eghon ()k.SBnner For Novimber WOO Won byl arge; -eight msouth. old; Wilbur's CiM MM ALL ELSE FAIL Eighth 'Grade Vftb blo. Contest.
GeM trails. Pfie$1.80 sash. K. V. uw. ma ek Sold b T&aggI Go*& ioslS'olCecme
11urtY, Micanopy, Fla.Us68001-SWb rcABYs ia&!11Cfl Iao%
The banner for atteadaooe sod de.
datr 6eg~4 ntwult Olt& W. F. Smith of Newberry, senior 0 POrMet for the meogh of November
en yO tLMember of the Airm of Smith & Harris, WOO___ Wswon by she eighth, Mrs. Coffe'. 0
PESNLAN aig ensmondt outa isnn t~e0 i'.Hd omay i M~e avn iq frfrt rd Orliverymen. Wallan the city yesterday, pad.e, and wee presented Toeday
-aigbe umne ocuta Attention s sailied to the big aciver. Morning. Frances MoDwakll and Me So s
PERSONA AN So& iAL ITIEMS witness. tpreto h .W yeCmay I crwhvn idfrfrtrn
hisue Litle eske ofRochllewho are ofering new fall dress goods in this grade. with a monthly avoere
Misss Lisfe ookr ofRochlleto the ladies of Gainesville andl this each of 0 Per cenk. will Garry the bap. Wt ,4si peO n @kiWtie els a g thue caiyysf da ocno e tassecition of the State. Thim is one of norognlcshrnate week. able month. so hape TNOl W" 41004 NOV P M 'ther~g rshe cie ese ro m Hightt the la rgest and most able firmns in The mobs$ for the banner last ~ ~ lieWhoRun Ma Red' ther rspeuvehoms fom ighthe Statef and wha or hey offer mouth WOO very close, as will be seen
it I The Ownm. Springs, where they have been on a either in quality or price may be de. by the folfewing report of the attend-I
rt"A Trd9 vioi to rieds pended opok. By methods of square &nee aod deportmntu of the your .
Mr.andMrs H.A. iskttoew. Robert Dixon has acepted a poSi dealing, doluIn just as they advertise, grades standing g ~ it
bMryo r. N a Viit M of4 Now- 1Ros with Crawford & Davis as driver. they have qesblished a trade for miles Gradce Akefesn Degpor- M'thly A. wry aoe 01 SV1190.M-is r'J "Bob" was formerly connected in the around whisk gives them easily the Ill 97 94.0 U.S
P. H. Baker, Who Owns a V9,yaJ lw* capacity with this firm for sev- preatig~e of leaders In this section of V 94.6 96.2 4
ptorss plant in Qampvlle, spent oral Years. and ibom It comes to know. the state. V1 .N "11 1171
Thanksgiving with his femily In this 1gteodsionofhebtpsed Remensber tbe baaaar to be given The attendance of &be eighth, and
city. Ne-diesI h oea omby the Woman's Guild of Holy Trinity the deportment of &be fifth and sixth
Tim Bailey and 0. B. Weeks of No- Strayed-From MY hm tGr Episcopal Church at the Mlke' home grades being well aig perfet bas %be CL
berry were in the sisy Thursday bay. dbu On Monday, one m'are, with fol. on Wednesday evening, the 6th Inst. eighth grade winningt as The general All Silvfq
lo ensmoe nbune on- lowing detorlption: Littla white blaze Elaborate preparations are being average b) swe points.Nce, lI
usetd wih Se Ot it mrt.In forehead, branded on her right fore made, rind this promises tobe one of The fourth and seventh frad"s and
Mrs.H. isrogSr.,is n h ~y shoulder, "L. S.,'" mole under right the greestel and most suocestful at-thtwhihshlromhvsrvd eortoset
from New York on A al 'i to her ,shoule.Cnrers.Rwr o n ar ftekn e ie tect, notice that they Propose to be In The
Dr. H. Herso, Jr. She appears well formation. J. G. Oromnarty, Atlas, Fla. Tere will be refreshments of oysters, banner contest for the present month. pleased with G&Iseavil and jigs Captain J. A. Tucker of Roehelle salads, olee", etc.. as well as a fine people. was In the city on business yesterday, display of nesful articles, toys. maga. The boys and girls of the high school
Captin ookr sages&ha hi wie sneseta. a @&s. Te poceds illdepartment came in for a good deal of Be Miss Annie bSarrett has returned odpaueter statesne that hiswie gtiwes d et, saThe prbeduillgfndo h well-merited praise from the print.
from High Point. N. 0., where she has ancagtr ipWniwohv g oadt.bidn udo h ipal for their improved deportmentplc
been on a visit to her brother, Olgas. bees n mn ezleudtd visit to their old now church. ltug week.
Scarrett. Friends a&e glad to wet- home in 111di410, have returned, after The Thanksgiving serwime atthe plc
come her home again. a most delightl and beneficial so. BACK FROM TAMPA. Taibernaels, were greatly enjoyed by
The friends of 1ittle Kime Wills, Le. jor.Part of the Aleachus County Delegation the whole school1. We hope Dr. Sledd ()d wv
Grande, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. The young people of South Gaines. Arrived Friday Morning. wivst sapel e meringsok
L. LeGrande, are glad to. s her out ville FarUaipated In, an old-fashioned Jes Emerson, George Tay lor, 0. athapel on erar Socey a
agin ate asurgisal operation, the camody pollimsg as the V me of Mr. end J. ese .Jb .Dmir o r h ole Ltrr olt a trya
agan, be cmpeledtOMrs. W. B. Scarborough a couple of C drkon0.Dmeradratheir semi-monthly meeting Wednes.
little lady halnbe ople nights ago, gived complimentary to C. Baird, alof whom were members day afternoon looked of -Friday on
flaye her tonsels removed, hi red yLsi oeog.TeeIn a way of She Alachua county son- accountt of the Thanksgiving holidays [AC
The game. of football at. te baseball we rendsany rese adlutil aTlate 99tueney at the Florida State Fair, re. BACK-- if
par yeteray ftosoo biwen te wre anyprsen, ad utila lteturned Siaturday from Tamps, a tired in Praise of Chamberlain's Cough
University and University -High borteyugflsmdRor. btcnetdlt emnedy. please.
School teams resulted In a score of f.. Mr. and Mrs. W. -Z. Dow and MrA. Metsrs. Emerson and Taylor were There Is Do other medilne. mas.teen to nothing In favor of the Usiver. oo. P. Morris returned taL the city associated vilth Fair Commissioner factored that has received so mush eity of Florida "scrub" team. yesterday from High Springs. after Callislon in &he live stock department, praise and so many exproesioas of
Mips QnIntilla Bullock, of Live Oak havingl attended the ball and banquet Mr. Emerson having also some Indivi- gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough High School, Is In the city on a visit of the Knight. of Pythias, given in dual eihbiic. Mr. Dampier, represent- Remedy. It Is effective, slid ptompt
toD. .Pr ulok.Palitthat town Thursday night In aommein. Ing the Board of County comini.- relief follows its use. Grateful par.U
so Dr. F.a naiese KellockanPraiie oration of the tough anniversary of sioners, was In the Alachua waonly ents eorywhsere do mot hesitate to THlE iii avBuoe prss emtier delightand love that lodge. Their report a large crowd booth, while Mecsap. Pedriet and testify to it merits for the benefit of for Florida climate, people and fruits. and a most enjoyable time. Baird. who also rendered valuable as. ethers. Is Is a certain cure for oroupe,
With eommendable, *sarg Posusa R. ?. MoDavid of Monseocha, one of sistanee is this booth, had Individual and will prevent te attack If give. at
ter Lynch has scored permission oif The Sun's valued friends and subsri. exhibit@, the fires apposranee, of the disease. Is
theauhortis a Wchigts s hveboea was trading in the0 citY yesterday. All report the Fair one of the great- is 6sPeci10l adapted to ehid ten, as It THANKIIS VIM the store mail boxsreainted. Mr.av Mr. IlaDavid, who Isa ato 800Of the se&t astrostione of the hind the ISoth is plassItto take and catalog mothin ro.edMs Lyhe will maik forxies romaite Mr Cooer Pond school, taught by Nis sa ea and speak in this hillh. Injurios. Mrs. X. A. Hsmpbroys. a PrfTadhim
painers an wok I expect ~be.Delia Jolly, states thaltshe school Is cat term of the smery of all ecumide well known resident and clerk Is $he
ginines an worays. epcdtob-In fine condition. and that good work in thell' exhibits. They naturally feel store of Mr. 2. 14ch, of Alle., Cape The aOshmof Whe
gin n afewday.it being done. Miss Jolly Is quite lated over the vIsisr which they as* Woolm, &SOh Afila, as i I have de sod suab
Meedames J. B. Cutler sm4 W. Ni. popular among both patrons and poe eigged in wakting for their own county. sed Chamberlain's Comgh lemady to o'510k Whsnbsiv" Wilson. and Mrs. A. V. IBdle anod Pile. wr faop o m so o.&dMs m1
Mrs. Jesse X. Sorts and e, :Oces., S lrons~, sxsWl Do*~ Sun: A 810 DEAL. 11. 1 bound Isto Rebe very sasisfetewry home, Theute.
M". 486 Milliner, Mr. and Mrs. Hom. 11 Nea of Meredith. valued em- -and IS g11es me pieer go recemmead After dienmess 0li
ry Milliner and baby, and Mice Hattie plays of Phillips & MeZachera, lum P. H. Baker "up Large Treetof Tim* it.", Fpo sale, by oil droggist. fora 5 has bo" Dennis hase returned from a pleasant bar monfacturers, wes In %he city ber Land o Loshisosa Lake. lin Pyes a~ a
soJourn of a few days with friends In ..,tAtWP.MI. Baker, the noval ceases op- Nert eer* s Sow. amt. WO -asbu