The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
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
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:
Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

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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

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00854

Related Items

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

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.a i a ll a ell .b-llg lag x- Slseal he has a good thinx from I f. wtiotout bond to amnwer for the mun shoot her if *be ,rrea med. She 0i
i Ndseln batti g sietl poilt of view. der of IU.elIa Mueller. the ccond ol sot scream and the ,,neg i then 111
I of the three 0)ong women kiled In his wy out of the houe He hal
ISe Ati I th u A Heavy L.ad. "Lvir.' Lane." They were in Jail b' surprised by M.s Lynah in Ub
a eilraS Mighly b TO lift that load off the slomach tke ras-pescts at the time of the third sat of burglary.
abos iWes Man-2 KO- odyol Dypepla Care. It dlesl what launder. T1hi fact damaAes the theo. ier sface that nerve.'hattfr;
.IN.. i Ilp Ma a calt l. ur stom h. blh g, g ry that cee ilan committed all throw eoRpertence t;he young lauly has bees
l S u r e i g somk and all dinl o the crlm.,4. Several wItn.sses tesinifel & distraught condition. Thti onWO
astm mmdld a that anctrableoare tl that they saw WIomu Mear the amccn, lu when she opened her t3 riling det
rbu tmatim gn as ss grlldh.. I stea l that ami cnrableae insauslby of the murder of Mlira Mueller. abe founl tho noto n tMWe lab. plmple, herpe, relieved ad permaneaently ared by be nanddthe note qstnie. abora
bOTO noaddrp~, ,ix ortpina irvp bu
b S!elS puiel"y^ bes,^ dlpk. le eof Kodol Dyspepsla Ouf. 8. be no lr:s r .ra "
I liataim, a hatekor In P.'Stoem. adruglst o Main im t. A Good Complexion. foI too much for her ot
k u essf ip, eyelid, nose. mouth New Britel, Coon.. says:"KodolDys.- "Sparkling eyes and roay cheeks re- arves and the falnte away.d
warnslt, 'pepelal s giving such universal stis- stored by using DeWitt's Little Early The poCllse has btheyn rinve t.
asipslLldd btetll ii. Deurip. fltion and Is so surely becoming the Hiser." so writes P. Moore, of They Po nnc t ite reyra, n l 1'.
Sntbl.ies of Maeoo Liqukid ul positivee roller and subsequent eure for Naeogdocher Tea. A e1tamn eure of the rc hUnot acrwt .r t. rlt
ow 00o., ltemw, Mda. this distresing ailment, I feel that I for billinusnesu. constipation. erl. w rht cr i rl1al. t r
a lwaysreisfy a gratify oali-astol take-easy to act. W.cit rau ha.
em alwaysa"OW tO Sold by all druggists. 1.) nsh i. ill
I 1 OCOMPLIET TO ARCHER. mylestomers by rewommeandit is to i.
.1,m h I write this to show how well Now --
*lp m of ast P reNdI Telephone she rmiedj Is spoken of here." Kodolt ,; v it F toAr. n Alab.m. Cenor
*.m Hatea o, Eitmedod. Dyspepsla Cure was disIovered after n.:: t r. A\. N\ov. 12.-Ara W
sUhe. ot. oYeyas of seleaAlfleo eperlments and bai iA i r' 'i. ds!kte to Reput. W
T hsW W el Iow iea" of te will poeitavely ure all stomach trou. llrahins ph[i.ially.. Glory has :- --.- --
Ml Mlrid T lephbss Ooalamy. of bleo. Sold by all druggliss, ie ,,i hets en th.. unierri cd in this 4vn r..m.nt*.or ,,*w.o more rt I
wblth Oi Vholei i spedrteidons, atei any.' ay) Yaq thIeo ctlion Whi tilte t rtlelr or
.Ae eemAad s A er, Notice .of Meeting. ,an. "ay he eti j a hicthea t forone Ceas a word0S
tdo Aveber, WAe M ti.have h -:'tn ithe woods PoiL|lcally LsaiusauIe. each Iuatursom.
I. -b pep Of I0aleeswillei that Noti eIs hereby given that there for o:, ini' ,.? ireme out Into Plemamwer adverelesementi o ddree" !
h aterl .C I i Dve the emeofm will be a meetlngof theitlBard of Med. the i-si nI i-A IYre like the tar hit liut e s4vertime. .
1 0saiS the UtihSIfMt of oaver. lSeal KEamlen of the Eighth Judicial the firm.nim't Tire wats when th WoBdwoeew or alli wmiens inerttUS W
I t with east oser over the tel.- Oinalof Floridaatthe oli of Dro sEventh 1!,iu( a M,.t piblian tp n Sn11w os lbextenlbleourel
ph1 s The f ee of the eomppay as Meliastry & MaKlnitry. In Us ies. (iongr.ess anil fIu11k.I many crisnty) <, ees --
A hr ie ai he st a e of C. W. BeMk. ille. as It o'sloek a. m. on Tuelday, wlilth Pailst or 1lotlowers of Roose. *l5 WlT .LE..
ai wh, it. te IeleaMlies lln ths laty November S. 1104. vent. Thls year it ha thrown them ---
ls l the sitev of Gee. 8. MerehaslA Gtn. K. Wum.- President. out and put In sate and lane Denmo WA"WNTD are manut rtz n eo n.
Oe. Thetm are alom 'pbo est Into- J. F. McKIxiitv. Ja.. 8 itary. etats sb .o Aributiitn wext i 14.10


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-0.Q l P 4Z5ViLEav.I..oIA A.y-D11P4 the Ocl1 Rides
Si "I fa Sore 67 to

0ir. KLL IA AN *9Funeral Directors and WAS. A MAGFICiEw,
_e is Maguulsi '""- Licensed Embalmers. h
g M Pr y wned by IDr. t. ofThe eminary Boys W re
"n etl ir be e pl* af.tkI s Wt o Is Cenltaest Thlnt Nsut crs on bst ud Iere U l Trim and Disptay i Gruat
,W. th>e SI Osa nbe Made a Pig. One--Saw i stn re rarss, u1kter Stamps, "Art the Grldiron-The Qame 8Gl
hIPPS... IS .Wo*&Ia MINtgo Star Up Se"W. :sed1. rphe7 I'astman K.- F. 5. andStetsci Muniuay.
swe t li. Alter ln idlsene of imil mouths, da, a mr d PhIt r The footbMll warriors of
deuies a part of wblh time the lahir* phnr.e tuppo i* his Seminary rer r.m...I. RtLU
W a 9re4 b a of the b o. phaiV w ere Inh l t aion, the ""- noori (fromiTI1I le %Il'o gt
sis. bpsli nII ld! pIhil of thho Ib pt IlR Lumber Com. O U*I 'h Telrl lslp or Telepll&o e th jy Ilt.ia imzrrd at terrjflJ
gpvtr ~ nI qi Osbe po a Pnifir$ Oh. seat nr It.llh.el, ill IS f 1tmtII tosihe HItltRs tenIn.l,
._lMnIg wS iOiastr a ..aai prtially muued operation, the -- rom all reports ii amn
t.kt!i,,tlrt 9 a pDroqes, prletg department having boen A SIPRIOUS INJURY. tow affair. fh i`.. li k; asky
MI'pu4 !r beuqsnh flawg ak s ted Wadnmeday. The plant is now -& -- te (oals eleven wfrut iAl obg
on edi I l, ir n ON Sd by Dr. E. COrill of Palatkshe Patrick Fitzpatrick Had Fiugers Taken ailing that ti.vy we're up i
1 Wlr Rinkle ha vleglbM tsn the sme throuis Dr. .. Off by Veneering Knife. few livo wires. in tlie "ay of
SIpr, t'~J !Myrflle enpa. L. Ke.lley at the foreloiare sale sOev- Patriek Fllspatrlak, a younig mant It was startliKg. 'it'tIouiudI
end A. Good* eral mosou ago. At shMs time It IJ etployd at theu mill of A. T. Kelley a confusing to 1te Iiille bya w*
,o inteneG go Istats e the Espenola Company owed Sop, near the waterwork. lid thle tis, Seminary Soldir i ",lii d uSp g
i...'. .. '..Dr. Crill several shoneand dollars, fortune to get his left hand IuJxed up tery. At onO imflott rit 1 WA 5'i
S nitom g feature whb was scored by mortgage of the with the knife of a venerinug marine made wila thd rtper of til.. wiI
"elrmilesaiIti l al e property. The managemeut of th* Saturday morning with the result thes the energy of a .JapnI i. e
S-f !i HMt.g who eoee Is vesekd I (i. Hartwell Kel- four of hit fingers were takes off as the NeN t an emid run 'Out4 leveu
l *&eydil gdtmiat, le lar yogi man thoroughly poteId In kanekin ,itiu, al ill .. t whi Mld oa their mlleig business. D I). J 1U.Col*on and .b '. McKin. reint to send in ijI ePI.M aeuq will NoNwlthletaudlag that only the v-* tiry, r.,'were sumimnoid atd dressed few fake play antul tr I~ws tiete
i m g U e dla deparnmslt M n ow In opInpu tie wounded member. The patient 1i opponentU R isO vry I et In: of sh
digiZ flhsssrnn. Mle the mill is emploklig about their retiusX as easily as could be exeoted For twenty umilnuit ,.tr 1. adew*
sUS I hues deuimorly IT- vl hands, the average of whom under the circumstaneM. and there kept btsy kickiig theta ball sad
mA o 0 bnK wIll tb mate a fair salary. It Is expected that will be no serious results other than iing over lthe goalt him. fur
iii S1m hesM MI 1tieml saws ill st b s ated witl thl h those teloof hist lagers. duwtit. When thfi Urt nunit lWasl
iiwt w will I t fe dayt. wht e force will be It 14 stated that iPttpatrick i a the score ttlK f) to nothing l|n
gfms of sierms mserially leweased. The only reasn epow of Rev. PI. J. Lynch. of our galaut oulet .iddiers.
e info t beginalasthat department at .-. During the entire game thue
e' prle t*ie is on 'seaunt of the Fireman Malphurs Injured. te idid not. adva c tihe Ia
1WIAT. ,g9ANIR. low prevailIng priem for lumber.. During a runaway of "Art"iir." st. yardl. \Vhleil hip t.am nmnrtwelig
A PFin Pelant,. htM d to the hose wagon of (',)m- lb,.,)s tiy lacked [t!. t-'rertofr
thei plant of the E2peaola Lumber Wey No. 2, Friday, the driver, Wm. ,through the .t, .' t alo. cofsat
RIM "rowi. ~ome tIsome of thea h met ndsl ma s Malphr, was thrown from the ,eat them. The cadvts on 1he- other
Si ,n In Aie sso. Is was *oted and resolved painful Injuries. mas ed she opposig lir at wem
w>t d iw bfe yJ. L. Kelley uSa., who afteradlmr l Dr. COolm and Dell were sum- their end rons were spectacular.
.....M... d esIeped the MeDoasald Lumber Con. io"ed, sad food Ihe victim la a uns. ty fifty and seventy*yard it
VIVOdkd a s e pay as parte in a,.nd later all later. eanseloos onddtion. They dldovwerd were mide frequently.,
II Ml In I* aI*t ls l Ois t wsri W oldg o. tO M. PatiteleOa wd a wothd oathe right temple, also a Only fits minutes' I tE ils second
0 ee- lg ef'p les othwI Who forond a stoek eampany terribly bruised shoulder.' The victim were played, the ()an vi. g called
ai .d imewporaed, the efpial took ibeM was retored to eoiemlousus the mscount of darknesr. In then
fltW IIn h4 bal l *IM MinW Tbhefiiasm laffal(sof he woouods pProperly dressed, and the pa. minutes seventeen more points
i a i FlerM Is i spa ol Compamy afterwards blcm*me *110t I now r tlin as easily as could sddd to the seore. If the I fa
OKA! Sin nfag with tlhe estanled, wih a rests that sI famll be expected ader the l olumaMsnees. hid been played the score would
.0... wou.4 l0ar too the dWers of The Sun. having The hose wagon was not damaged. exceeded the century mark.
lft ""6 M to a leMeea sWo to satisfy creditors. ThIs gives the Seminary tem n*
n l a i we so satisfy edltor.. Mothers Praise It. a record of 118 points for the
hisgive.sWhhrFoetunSeinmrlye.a
h er e ey Frtne Sme. Mothers everywhere praise One the highest record made by any
*W S en AUtlhat t l- This mill! is moIt desirably located. Minute CouRh Cure for the sufferings in the history of the State.
a i Snpah '4, It is overlok tl Newnan'sh lake, the .t hasa relieved and the lives of their man played his part well. Only
MiiIL isholbe eofl wkleh abound il the nest llt:tle ones it has saved. A certain fumbles were made by the cadets,
L wea, mot eypnn timbe r, which can be rafted to refr *o atp and whooping -
Sam UAat of t he la dingI t eomppratively small e- cough. A. L. Spafford, potmaster, of THREATENED TO SHOOT WOMAMI
I ki ar ta bid. pean. On the other hand are hun* Chester, Mieh saye: "Our little girl --
*il "6 dam pt S use plces0t. drds of ares of (ie pine traversed wras unconsolous from strangulation Completely Unnerved. She Fali b
um 1smliw p ephid foer blp partially by a tram road. In course of during a sudden and terrible attek of Dead Faint.
ooh. Melllian Usdertsing f olftrueon at the time the mill was roup. One Minu.te Cough ur qulok. Savannah. W U inge uise ASlltdayvia ~ lsed. The company had an bond. Di relieved and ned her and I emannot you I wi!l mh'ot y ei,. eIM. om nlld by s of *toa f wft Working teams for rans- praise it too highly." One linuse These were ak ijl,, a, itena
hues, aoma ied portingtb' pine lo I through the for- Cough Oure relieve oough. makes piece ot manila pat- *tL.t ~a toI4i
i lm .s to he mill, and all It seems brathimn easyutout phlem,draws clutched i the hars tt MINls Lo.S
'I hiout lnfpmu-Slos, and removes *Wil
" A TH tm NA UR'S SULPHURl' that fortune should have sailed ipon eau. of a ouae h and strain o lungs. Lynh thls mornlnr, n ,, lay .n tI
se empp. tthe esuols Company mmd med. it Sold by all druggists. floorr of her roont In a uaiad talt.
prs .. iapepr. List Monday night Ihe lnlng lady.
IIasitIeeth unS Tme Obtalned by Manger Kelley enters upon hit new Men Held for CInlanati Crime, who I a daughter onf tnc t the IM&
S Eemelts .LlqIi ifSullph r, dutles with a determination to make ClacInatlnt0, 0 N*. 12.-Theodot lag famtll., s'.la:l), of Savanat.
Wi hi Imet valuable slot est lac isem, and the owner will no doubt BSalmon and Harry ReaiSdo werg ar wfu hold up at the init -A L ,.. a
L t mIse semgis, ewerygcmMary halu t -senuse to feel that In his new pos-. signed and boheld to the grand Jury by a burly negro wiho t;hreafBN





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"p l MONEY IS NIcel DI T. i r, 1 '
" O p lo"rte and lE erielici Conmil- 0 1, : r,. lidi ,. i.:.-r L,,r
Was Appointed for 8olciting ,, It .... r ,"..,' i i i.a: -, ..
v e 6.nriptions-PlanS of New Build- .,, ,. .,t i: .nii r,,. rr .
",. p NowwSt ing Drawn. ,.r Ir':i Ji s'.L, i' m t
'l f qte aiitill ld A lohua il n lllilty .'ry v t. ,f r
R i" f5 t ii A ni utl 'ia L It i .e l l el ir i t'ti- i st i. .r -, t. r ,. ,6 r
jibl e City otiii l chat ti 'i Thursday A r aM e- .
SL w iesh wasIli w el atteitltid. e id u t.a "d ill t ,rt.rogt!% .irs .
Sa r rtIt) (t lv Pw n 'i Ua l r!:. .
i oha great desl of ii r it uwit( r r I gly 1 1i, ,Ir 1i t ,
tel)e"d 4 l .1 W rI.Itts 1 0 '0 o ... ,
The ate ist ion lis been rm d fir ft o '. : r L r .'".: t .
tbPeipuroP e of raising li- ftiy fMr tl.eT
e 4oito lof a uiLbhl anli clratle, WL.L GIVE BENEFIT.
bptalll ill this eity, w-lichli atasite a
8sbweone. Those who live puLhed Pto, Nor_ Gaesv;:e Ac,.j to
e work ere very earliest, and ar i Rpar lhe Ha',
lagi everythiine ptissable i ariin.- .* r r P I.t -i., '. i f \ rth
plbh the purp;'s Tlve iyhklicean os ft '* '*" ;tr, %, rI % L ,, is t ,1,.-
hBe sliy are al u taizifemting a great pi't reti*tr- on it.. p.s li.' t iit'i vil
&bignel, as they realize and appreciate il a'ndt f that r.-asli have giver lier.
e. am"shae anyone else the urgent need teral dreliatft!l flntrrttirnni- which
ua6hanm Institution. have' proved highly *ucc tful Iit every
SAl she meeting Thursday evening ra -
H matter of the erect Ion of the ho.e- lthes people are now rel.eariing a
~p sslwa thorlouxhlydiscuseed. and a play. which will tIe proltuerd at the
litee eomprising Rev. W. J. Car- hall in about two week.. The play is
r, Rev. Thus. P. Hay and IB. I said to be first-elas, and the past r,-c!
pVon. were appointed to sollcIt ord uf the North tainesrille folks will
As has ier an assuranclie that it will be propi
ripuolloa for the purpose. As hi early presented. The admission will be
y been stated, about $2.010) has nominal, and Ilhe proceeds will be de-
beei already subhcrlbed, but from $8-. voted to finish placing a roof on te1.
M to$lO.O will be necessary for the hall. which is badly needed
a"gpletlon of the ,lamn. It is believed A Fine Collection.
*. sblhis amount will e subscribed
uwitlla the neUt few months. C Y. C rawford of the firm of Craw.
*"It la the purpose of this association ford and Davi, liv4tymen. demon-.
Stogive the people of Gaiuesvilla stlratd that he knew a "thing or two"
Iln hlasN hospital service," remarked *1"'t busing stoeek in the carload
Dr. J, Harrison Hodges Friday h "We which was received in this eity Tums.
"'. lethe money, we have the energy, day. and which are now un ezhibitien
ta Here is no reason why Oainieailile, atd are tIrinul sold at the stables of the
"gelally in need, should not have t!r; oan i.asi Union street.
* 1 an institumin>. A hospital such Mr. Crawford is a active of ieorgia,
mIe want will not only be a big ad- and was r eared i a flarm. Hit has Ihe
Sl..tiskment for the city, but a blessing advantage of knowingly a horse or mule
ftliamanily. fromm head to ft ot." and exercised his
At the next mnetini of the asooci. judgment in purcthasing this lot. which
Sa.n, which will be held at an eary c aW front t [o lest in Tennessee. a
., iecumittee will be appointed I 81 tilt- lnotid for tfnt productions in
ihk after ain reomiiel suitable I thi Iise '1i'he stock comprise. every-
S a.ftr and rcumie suita linig fr-n a wvorkling i nul. to the
polpery for the location of the ho- fit.t pair of driviiin horses anld ille
pitl. Plans are already hieing drawn tirinm is inweting with great success in
aSd there Is lit tl, doubt but that somie- diisposing of the aniiml.
thing active can lh re ttirted in a short -- --
Loe. Established In Mils.
Tle hospital will be baied pou pult-
iecharity, and will be open to tooth Th Oldest WhiskeyT
white and colored patients. The col- 1110

ate, but will be connected to the main House in O a
building by an alcove. 1
THE NEWS FROM MELROSE
Shipments of Oranges Discontinued.
Visitors Expected Coming. t
Melrose. Nov. 11.-Much regret is
xpreseed in Meiruse at the nrwi r,. ,U


atlly received that Rev. J. i,. Waters
iote coming to M.elrose this winter to
Mhe charge of the Lutheran church as
lpected. IHe has accepted a call at
North East, Pa.
Miss K Mizell lea s been appointed
teacher at Rxaeol, Putnam county,.
mad has left for her deininatol.
The election passed very qinielly.,
01ly twenty-.tlhrit votes bing poilled.
The orange shipments from theI
Maxwell grove have bet'n iafspnded
for the present as the market is full
404 Consequently low prices prevail.
Quite a number of the regular win-
ter residents antd visitors are expected
to rrtiie next we-ek. A number ofil
home seekers are to be there, cieniing
ea peclal train run by the .Atlantic
0mit Line from the \Weat to .lackison.
vUI. Kansas, Ohio and Indiana irt.
represented in the expected viiitor4.
Funeral of Mrs. Arnow.
The funeral of Mirs Leslie, T Arniw,
the sad death of whom ceurnrd at
MtanoOpy Thursday morning. wfl b 4
fr"tM the residence, Friday afternimin.
S the hinternment was in ithe1 Mica-
Wp cemetery.
Therviceps were very impressive.
ad a great many friends atitvided,
Whieh was evidence, that th. lady wal
ighlly regarded ini Micanopl and
WietiIty.
The Best Liniment.
"ha brrlait1'i I'ain Ilalm im coisid.-
e*r the best liniictit (int isn e market."


g l/ 3 N. 4 fill n
O10 ,iJl. ltlE WlIU.IANt
tiiuaratitite. 4 years old. Ity the
gallon 93.74. 4 filli quarts $3.tS.
EXIRE.S PREPAID
GE:U. J. (OLEAI:.N TE
tiarultteI d 6 years old. HBy the
gallon $. 7', 4 full quarts 7.I.

A3L 'fIE
galloni 2. Si. 4 full quarts $..756.
EIXPItS I:IPREPAIDl
C LIFFOltRD RIE
fly thie' gallon #-1 25. 4 full (uiiarts

01.1 101EI: ICOIIN (1I 49
tf11artant.eil 4 years olId. By the
gallot'ii *2 5. 4 full quarts $2,75.
EXI'IEt S ISkE'AID
OLDp KENIT|C' CORN1
'( ffrtitftled S yt-Ari old. By tihe
gaillhii 3 S1 4 full (|llartt $3.'5.
EXPRiESS PREPAlID
We had ilt all tIhe leading brands of
Ityr and Ilorboii Whiskits in their mar-
ket and will save' youi front 25l per pent
to fli pt'r 'nlt to yior purchase, Send
fir prier- list arid eataligu'. Mailed
fret- ii'ltii ai|>|i,'atiiiil.
THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU
LIQUOR COMPANY.


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We Are Open-'

Come and see us. Our stock embodies "
everything known in the FURNITURE
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Gainesville Furniture Co


GEO.S. HACK ER & SON


MALNUFACTULKK. OF


and Building Material,
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Sash, Weights, Cord, Hartian
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E. HACKER. Proorietor



Cream Vermifue

STHE SUASlTEE

WORM

S'REMEDY
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
emiA o*r imIrvayfms.
VMNE OMUIN ptgaASRD9 eMLW at*
PallardaSnow Liniment Co.
*T. scumse nO.
For salc by W. t. Jo.enei,.

NTi *i: i tti' ATION
1. id 4 jrfl ,e t 1 alrg.'vll r, I- -:.
SNomnarr 7 l w*ig
rV .atikl eflnI r h i f' .N- t r, t ler e i' i :ntel a toii.


Bids Wanted.
Bids are invited by the Board of
County CoMimlimmere of Alnhea
county for the services of a maasgvtr
for the poor farm for the enumiag
year. Bids must be handed to the
clerk of the eirueat eourt not later
than Monday. December 5. 1W04
The Board reerves the sigts to pi.
Ject any and all bids.
Done by order of the board this let
day of November. 1904.
T. F. TInx. A. Chairman.
Attest: I- (. Ditvonx. lerk.
Bids Wanted.
Bids are invited by the Boaird of
County Commissioners of Alachius
county for the senioes of two road
overseers for thle ensuing year. Bids
must be handed to the clerk of the eir.
cist court not later than) Monday.
I ecemtbr5,. 1904. The board reserves
thte right to reject any and all bide.
Done by order of the board this let
day of November. 1P9 4.
ST.F. ToIiipMAI. Chairmian.
Attest: II. C. lh.\Trov, Clerk.
I T
NOTIK M IO rUIILICATION.
lari Ome < at iaIlnvitlle. II.I,
November 7. 1WL4.
Notlee' iq herery n that h be follow wlt-
namedl qetiUrr ha ii iled notice of his Inatesti
ta make na sl f l In sulqport of his
rtlim. Raid that %%id proof will be Md. b4-
fore Itegitier and Itecetrer at GtlaIevllte.ra..
on D[cemnilr 1e, mw.i viy:
lrniirn T. WAi.ku or Hell. n..,
lid. :WI. foir lthe Sre' iof Slc0 : T. t S .It
14 K
li na'in r.", (t f4oiiiwlrlt wi.t.flClm t4e e101,
hi< 4nitlOIr1iium tr-tndcn'c UpLU amid teuAlilt.olui
of akla :4And. Il.
.mrmle, (" i ori:1n. .l.i,,n .A rvant. erry W .
I'rretk .Ihn U" Trirner.n llo f l't: liMa.
Id W. G. ItUOIINSON, Itegister ,'
Na.it; 1 i ut 'Ft'l'VICATIA.N,
laMi td lMffei. at I .alutlnise I'II..
Nivenjlir l ., lItobf.
Ntt" I' li h.rei iv nien 1hati th i riuluinlr-
nnrit e..t'tler ivia. e Itil J no!i4e iwf him inte tlon
tu mailke' rini ijriomr in sih>tJrv I IT hi limait.and
tikit .uld lrl awt i iii lhe riatile twrF.ore itilister
indt li*,-etter it i 1ir V IA:, l-'l fon f Jt!eC i-
Sncr K I1v4'N1 %r l.e -;.l
tl I + ::, f hr t 1. K i ,', ii.' N a
i 'sI Iri d.:ii-
I ; f .i Tp It.1 1.
.Iii'. No e, .,r T Walkei K S
MAl.4 th -v e 1: .,% A: of lie'.l, I' .

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A <}.i<-4-e at Ou r Stck Will Convince You
of Thiik. Fact.




Quality, Quantity,


and Completenes

That's what we consider when we buy.




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AnVlm3tr1 ,ll lv'?u:
ta advertrimeitt'-lt. 1T centsI a
th first and lo cit.m for eaih a
0, 5 linrtioli.I
playedd advtriJ@ements# for Il
W an d 12 months at speeal r
furnished ulon applmation.e
Si ae nd tl notice in.i
Obit srif *ts Ia line.

I OrO T(ts c .lsT L.,
^ Sun and the Thrice-a-Week
(I.Y. World one year.......
t 1B tul and txei Atlanta (Ga.)
weekly Coaastitution SAth SBn and the Atlanta (as.)
semitWeekl Jor ntial o year.
Be Sun and the tSrni-Wee'kly
STmmes-Union rune year.....
I j .AWe will not a.'ept othLaipi
A gh r denomination than 2 e*nt -.
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Already ihis year Armerica
lSpped 80.000 tons of agricultural
ptetmens Into lIussia.

e tinko t threshing manahine was
0toly seot up In Datnsoeu. It
S tleam thresher from Indiana.
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,. Twenty thousand poor families
SOilema.o were supplied with coat
s, I winter by the Salvation Army.

l' A Chicago woman's club lias
iltdd that ifa husband lores his
Sbhe will eat anything she wants himn

% lTbt oleomargarine ,nanufactu
wem *ing down the bush to the I
,I slarly Ii0,000,000 pounds dvelin
S"year. -- -
S Th business man who is too mo
to blow his own horn should ret
Shat modesty has no face valut
modern business affairs.

There are 44.000 hotels in the Un
l, ie, representing an Invested e
of over $6.000,0UO.O 000). The:e
S sblishments employ 3,.'Vtp0ix per

S Bome of the soldier boys who r
' l ik Filipino maidens a. a joie tin
Sitmamrning that t'nel. Sam is v'ry
" Smeat catching th. point of s

Within three days n I .nv.'r co
; have had a hired girl. admired
sad fired girl. We'll b<,t a dollar
ms ganes who did ih hiring
Bring. .
DioRenes being asked. \ihatlis
b' iet which is the most danger
r, 1led: "Of wild twa*tl. lthe hat
SBslanderer, and of tamnu beats,,
o ethe flatterer."


The man or woman who nerer
fies may not be very sensitive and
Stellipgnt, but he or she most Lave
i stfaetilo nf knowing that a w
I lot of trouble is thus avoided.

If it were only as easy io get ul
the morning as i is to talk naou
fore one oest to tI e at night.
., Messy to go to bVd at n.gigt 1s%. t i
Mtly there in the morn;:,i, what a
S' treat world this would b

i There are a whole lot of wiWe
WbhOgo obotit practict.if tho pol;
I llpi|nlg everything they knuw
W 'a9ssve. whi!,; they persiste
i P*everyone they meet to 1 tdl
h knows. It i at good thinp
Shige Wainst tis t arlery of tli
S"it make olne tired
.-. <
FOrtunes in fancy farming cout
,.g t4. er the imagination. A fa
i, Indiana. boasts clearing $1(
.bf S o t"urtn-acre field of onl
Pi ltableaneos of raising this
I.Sl with modern niahinery fi
'ho .'S breath awy., and a pri
, WUSg beasth at that.

o'. W behooves the twenty
,' ,_ of tho State Democratic


THE GAINE TLE SUN: NOVEMBER 14.1904


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A GOOD PRECEDENT. WARNING TO FLORIDA DEMO*'f
i P3 1".' rivet i s w nSI^CRATS.
14 Viol -1ele. .ef W %d _tway
to tih. o!f]r wf S i;. rr .te'*.djt.t of i'lb). lie'.itwtlnt th rrtultts f the I at I
t I I tr L. f Iotr l .,r, d-tf 1 ar hi, tIeno. <-'teeti on u F ortITa wawe find i that ,) I Ii.
tc-. erati.' party ai r-sar the urinaryy sys. i t-Al counditiLon hav cehnnKrd. aid that T lkeoEt l
tl-m of miaAl. t. ni nia m t>uj froum a in the Ia.it t-ectic;i Iut a titli number 1t1e01naue1 b t M S i
,lday t ow w 'he tt,.tll,'l' p ,' %;.i.i..!,I-. tof Il,,eiocrats derrted the party and You can depend on Ayer's billInIeinueatdw, 3.e
1ti,. nmit ait thorq$s trip e,.. iali.hIi,+d n'vte fr tfrth.I truhIa..rlilie. Y f.ur Hair Vigor to cstors color to the* eq0. 0 M Il
a I)To a r e t .d;it or u.i, w 1. .I..46mt) a ld i* i.crilnit .k4 (nr of .ehome. Yet there
.r. i r.,y i',. tAo Ir ig it ...t n trsr:inree o t,. .tt hef t udiberen i our gray hair, every dime. bill$ t 0wnsalasi. ad s
l-r. ign'dr d ty I- fue-w n3M*10t .rs .f till. vote thr.a ighout th ate. ois' large Follow directions and ist wer to lav his. w.o t It* i
tin-FMtiiiT LreItive. ',,i: .iiItt of vote :lis t- sult of a new orgaiiza. falis to do this work. It mpgs h64 all ofr jAhom tssb.
I I:,i. ~~ .oa)'g t to t d.*Ir. 11in of tionof tor i. L Re ul hican party. uhieh
; t; Fr.. I4. 4) [ il' e priir )i h, y r ,, il, 1.... W ,.i,, i,,,. wi th r, t l .,:,raf y anJ beeodobl J*
est.. iif ,' 'if t-irow. ll-:,,,.i r j.r.t,!i fnr mroi .so h r tf.er- ihsotle IijJo tT n n rigoi b M ofsn
It. A i *t.' itib .n 4I \\ ). h.n ni -. I*. -*t a l gk s to OI w th' o i* IIy ** S1
~linaw U'. w 'li t.ii m.i1 in I' j jt u i t S Is Zt .rzanzstur. fallingofthe hair,also. Theresas
d'ldi- .e'n, tLs,, .o ,it .'lI .<. 1 i, y .' ;::,l.!i in thi,. f,tur.. T'i ie great taisfaction in knowing p iM l l
Sth at , tres. j".* %' .;j l... .- ; .nd"d .irj"y fur ii s'rc.sin rry- pointed. Isn't that ?soP tenmlInp meIss
undo;lg ift a .ingle rT.* of, ,.- t.it ;.r.-.: g tlh.e >It e intd county relations "XhaTirfa. ded ,itt -wt ap t s. I falms am XeIt U
rt., 1.-ary n l l.av l -:, j .1t a. r.u., ,sil.ih 'l s.!:abitt.oy 'if t ,he vut.rs the tlk ;. .* 6.4t4r dor ur:t o
at woulI hIh le..:; a r-'; 1,,,.t .': .? I;p'..l n j.arty to propfl rly mark l11,' .Viv .rt.irlr 40 'wasYom5Ive9d
:l it.' i'rnar) ll,;,.rsL:,ir*t. t t,.. th iri blil.t. s.is,1 a future depennd- i.B ll... %W t 0 11
puilt, It would i .,1 d*.t r, Jt tie ,.::. -:. i to u t b, mit nm end, for lsi fOr A p, 1t ,
ifi. .e. twhie'ilAl nr f m r.tj tCie .t was nt-ll e tabti hed at the ladit- r 1 t
S1 S atit.- int, it & a in r D i.rhti, 't i ry *'er'ti,0in i:at tlth Republiean votrer., d i
nomination. and woul, hl;t\"*+ tth ia i'rK<-iy colored) was ed-iented up Wt i-w H
< xatl'.Ile of telsuda.,iti a U.1., i4t u .!. ,!+ '. int uf ,pt.rrly marki;ng a'*d ai_ i I*1 41nlM -
1 60 4:at 'i* n uli:h would lave le 6 u ,l .1 .'-astil, 1.; baliDir .. "w af li I
a zi):t datngerhous precedent t in t. Afterr falut investigation we find THE ELECTION OF ROOSEVELT. f o
1 it Iftttir.. I'-rliap> thip-r arCe nany of that at the last ele tiotn but few bal-
.-. the limocrati who voted fr %Vol(.- its wwere rejeet.d on account of nut Th a Wtl Street Jaurnal. the meol Paf!rl l gS1
O lf a lo did 03 wiIilu*. appr'eeatiingthe 'l'ing properly marked, such rejected *MaA i ete d l IIt mWI
situation Ntdonht there were many ballots not being uver one per ent. journal in the 8'kted, rft OrS .s
who ,ottltd fur tle iiitieal freak rrom Tiese face show that the voters of the follow to the election of Preldeet iL A-mmig
hss Eseamlia L.cau-e they felt that the Itepubliean party can be educated to .ota els: e
in:- State. EseetKetivt Com'nittee Rwa the properly mark and cast their ballots. "The responsibility which devolves
law of their party and that it had the and for this reason it is patent to upon the Republleamr pnrtyd s a slJM s
ant hriy to undo what the people who e.ver)one that with its gtresa suueep of tlhe election,should sOber thMe s i sl
r* created tiem tad done by an exprire- in educating its voters in the lot elea-. of Repubiean leldae. d e Th aewy t Ih h-of
the eleotlon is simpllettyWlfm lit. T e gp
is a .ion at the i'ol: There is but little tion the Rlepublcan party will it fu*. tton
doubt that niauny held this erroneous lure exert greater effort to fltand pro- Republican party has boet made tre.li
opinion lor iith reason, if for itno are a large iunmtber of its voters to be t,* not rfr the priIlpl tht h3WBban
Si I other, the action of the cotnittee was able to properly mark their ballot. heretefte oslstu btd theBlepabli. bms
I a raught with dan*.ur ae.l dir. corne-i Furthermore. there is in the ranks ofl ited, but for these substantalt ho 5li
lqie.,res to th. primary plan of making the l)Dmocratic party throughout the sion of some of thowe prelsiples a m.i
norninationl. If the Democrats of .tate of Flonrida a large element who for substantial modlletOste n lho w -ie
de- Ht.,rida were to understand that the are sick aid tired of the grafters mad plicatlon of others. The oantry has 1~ N
wife word of tlhe committee is law, and machine politicians within their own divideda itself on lines of oe a ftom
n to that it could undo tile work of a pri- party. This element composes to a and radialsm. a4 has dome Is | |the
mary election. and were they to ex.- great extent the boaneand Ssinew of the first time in Itashistory. Ti h14 DeA Wl.
irers press their opinion at the polls by the land, many of whom are outspoken in osratie party Is dead, sad its plawe b
tune repudiation of a nunminee of the pri-, i unciation of these things. and who. oeoupled by a party stnledlog fee kis
e in mary and the election of a candidate of with their sense of right. will not Ion i t he all'ttbliae a teirA
the exeeutire ecom:nittee. it would submit to their continuance. In our te..r.Ted tl ower ct om l palrty I
place in the hands of a few men in this Judgment these questions are espe.t tt
dest Statetheright toImake nominations and cially interesting to thoseof the Demo- of hig l protection. beo with theUNI fr.
aliae to run the politics of the entire State. create party who tirst desire the great. *ltndingl hat in Lte matteIr of the twli
SInfinitely more disaitroum to the State est good to our State. and secondly, .M shallsa os by he
than all the contentions ever held who believe in the principles of Dimoc- andmake the bound.loffrwedoqwMer 6 a
would be such a condition of affairs, racy as handed down to us from our yest It has bienleetedl SopowerO -.F ti.h.s
ited It is not safe to place totx foretather. as the foster-mother ofal *ae 'i t
api- much power its it-* hands of a pt.I;tical We itve this warning, believing that idea." but with the eadestaadigthatGrm
s- ring. V'etin authority in a feor men those on the house-lopeshould. It true it shall compel each sdeuerme. l umls s. i ls..
onS. oft-n leads to evil coneinjener, for1' to their tru~t. give timely warning of trust or indiviarat, to obey lhe law.
the ter.mtationn is in a great many in. impending danger. ThRepublcti party has been i mle
mar- istanes ton great( to reit. Thi i .._ to ofiee this tim" n&--A .tbhe lmplMl
d on evident Tron the circumettancte our- DEPOSITS MUCH SEDIMENT. of capital against labor. but as the elsllkoder
dull roulskf ii~ :l h action ,,f ii,. &,l:rnmittee i -trustee for the individualcitsen in She l osn lld le. +
oltme in the nomination of W\V.lfe. ThI. capacity Of the Mississippi for enjoyment .f hie rights.
The :reve.'in: of thelt comninttee. f.lintg up canals andti old channvtls is "It is a great responibtlty and a I
t, while on th,..'t rface indioste that the something awful. < governmentt engi. Rf oppornty that O- t m
commit pte "Iarking 4j' th,. irtetr- siarc have louid tha the *I110JE)5 tt,. fronts that party. It has won theo fght
^ committ^r ao working. inth. inlr.r noerl have fond tlat the amount of. t ph
el r of the morale of ihe party, shuw -solid matter annually carried past on h principle. xemplifled by Its SUSa ,h eS WAg t7
after a study ui the vote and of the Vicksburg Is enough to make a solid lIaderP resident Roeeel. fte -W3
ld proxies held, that three mT.n U) block of earth 3ix) feet high and a true to the trst placed in its bnds them-lid r, she'
Fleteher, W. J. Bryan and .1 M IBarr., mile .quare. says a writer in Ainslie's. by the people. i my eotiue Indfl The will asm mn n
that took advantage of what they supposed SoNme of this is spread around on the nitely irm power. But the people eaS
us?" to he a popular clamor throughout valley between here and the sea. and pemt redemption of Ste promise to m the
,, f the State to pay a pilitial debt to a the reet gro's out in the t ulf of Me.- moi ht arf Ite en- the li- as- M l '
that man who hart been one of their faith- ico. Think what that means. In- lie aw t to enforce sthe law, moe |^ -
ful worker., aud at the ,ame timn to: stead of a river cf water. this the law tnd, gint eh and every. as i '
place on the Democratic ticket. in the river of mad. It would make a solid one wo beks itt. I ellle the Re- shall n., at.as
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wr name of honor and moral s.a man who st ream of earth flve feet deep and nine ,usu par tytoru.,a u, 5 p.o well ms a la ir e I-
wa was ftguilty of the same offense with feet wide. flowing night and day asliellervice graft and corruption whet-
dIn" i ever it be found. If the Republissa
the .which Mr. Holloway was only charged. fsut as a man can walk-four miles pieverf it be found. thine RepubOver IN=am Mas
hoe ihis was a clear illustration of the an hour-all sliding down out of the pmrty falls in these tmhin a the eoplI
danger ofp iermnitting a few men to die- northern half of the country toward will not be m h to blame It t he des S
take the laws of the Democratic party the sea. Year in. year not, that end- aid is the interest of lieryi wto luee ideals i
in opposition to the will of that party ,less line of earth gos on. It would radiealcs canlne. There. a midr h wl tsb te
exl pressed at the poll. It demon-' tae- force of mori taon 0i.000 men. di eoi a llllne openS. A
it i treated that thlse clothed with that working In eight-ho.r shifts, to throw by the ppar in he t
So power w.';ld u. it to farther their the dirt into the stream, supposing the onn foreveryowill tail a terrible The m who doI's
dif. rtoni Melifl pi enJ. as they d river bed wer rigid and an inexhaus. a recy a a, aings
ln tihit eiae. :l, t:,1ht tunir the guise, tiable supply of dirt omT thei bank. It someothe, bet isa elo**
of holor,. intr..ty or Any their of the would make 2. '. ag load rderthat ample preparat on will leave be lad hi
atti 1I1.,1it a grn~t'r amay tn made for the visit of the stork
guItsat f. t' the to i any household, prominent women idl'pflprtlaor mush br _
!y of tr '. t n intin The famo'sA ifatretiman or.'hard. sit. of Hoston have incorporated the aqlnt
v' rr't 't. Thnit nPniim or T fir" f mo i< I n lrm i ard. sitT .' '~'-
to fw4 i talTh ltl'iit k4f pt liti"' ste(d in the Pec:,Pr Vtaly in the sandy Ii Anmricait Btirth insurance Company. mmensei .
cl h ,. r s a e ,,.r i. Mren I-efll.l The imraeaso ledirele @i
bntly 'liqa who hlv dT I.teE t,.ss anl wi'l i l atand f New sic.' i, co n isti of The president is Mr. Este le a.I. illu- n" by
olt the itture ft, ; 1,, 4 ,..,;t w t- ltie hui.vdr.' -ner,.. upon which Merrill of Ioston, and the '. 6*#0*f* .l g I, i ae ls
t t comp*.h a the peo.t 1."' ; p!r ,:are 1'y5-si x th, i .n'd thrifty apple< and treasurer, .Misa. Emma Mente I.A ,S m,
ingf* of tSe uitni ntipr&rn:ft. tiit fet wa tr!'Sa b-aring an iab nan'er of perfl't The iUtl atiion Ife ir 43. the annual (M0Odq. i o0 p ot, I
bdmToratrated by the rvtlit of Tt'is- ii"tells fruit thk" is eagerly tught d .es ,and there is a monthly as- A
da'ly .lretion 1:mlphatieally the after by dealer, from London and ses1nent of$3. After the tenth p ay
inue lienocracy f the State p es. its es Palsris who biIl agai.t American deal me. II a living child is bor, the i mile i
arm* of disappro inval eorn lron the un- ers. The present er(.p as it stands on n1:her recees 2 : after tq n, nine- qemit to
0.00t fair methods of this cliqlue arid repu-. the trees ha juet w-n disposed of for-tenth ; fterwhobI the tweny-eI q It ttMs iA to el
ions. diate their actob i3' securing a lot of one hundred and twnty fle tiusand ad after the thirtyreenth. whi' i a
v"eg- proxies by a. wanton abadonment otf dollar* cash. Thi fru't a is coIn- he.n i nth i stipulated, however, ths Sp I n il
tiry the rule of the State Executive Coin- e dto tb tile ,lar.gst one of its. kind, ihte'n i th of ena child i apse one few t h61W M lt Ap o aW 1 16 I
rity mittee arnid tshn riding roulh-IhoI nin the world ad a val a it p e birth of eah hild n any one illo tke
over the v xprested wihes of the Deim.- stanit ,*f $2'.,iA. l -- i mollo* peet lli
crate of th- smiate .I Catalo" is the rather takinR name m ,
-*one In the elido ion of XIt Hollnway the' The lilinis a'orn ti;r.wors' A.1sne'i-, invented to describe a new breed of The ot of taknMg se M a
IE- D)emocraryf "iriFnrli han evnaljed aI tiun i i* frnlial:ir'ld th, fihl.l,>win as cattle to tb obtained from crossing woa |littleaeme ea ar n t lla


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WONjT 6 XTE G KILt.S HOMI wRcOKR. TRIhO REIhG IN
,- asr.- T HUlTROCKS IN
Asked Friend for Gun with Whish
SHARMON fllKillMTS Mad.D i-ede. We VIRGINIA T
,tl tiek ltatoa. a her.,e dealer. shot and AT
WOVo 1iltEL Lurenrtz Klein. at the honm of
SWmad. 0 $BNid OFr ReorgRIi atl0on of the Iormtr, where Klein ww a iboaKl Policeman Kills Constable
we ei .Or. *-Or. Jamson claimed that be found
Oil *.t Democratic Party. Kleion and his wife together. After Trouble Begins.
E gme. i$be houtlDg Waston was arriasteod.
id RNO TTR-a s .ARST tn conduct, a boarding hb e WOVEIRNOR, CALLED ON FORl
-+ $Mh Wd ed STRON KT,. R PR M, MSn adt Klatein boarded with the family.
SN.tnal Hadquarterswi beat I. had e ck, acordi to M.. mother of. h Dead Man K ll
ANatal Hadqusrtere will ea1 aton, and v.eral of the. border.
dIaNiwape, -Not Yet TIrl to Cot w r n. easton said Klein called her hrft and RsIapa with Pe
Ma.n to Talk of ieli* or CandL. to his rooum to admlnister some tab, t the Mountaip-Posse with S4t
i | |, -. ftr s-e -am .. f 10... lets andti forwards feeling drow, hound on Their Trall.
Ca.th mpi had reclined on the bed and t1
1g1C0tm W *,.I New York, Nov; 1.--TIbopas Tag. mle-ep. Hr husband who ocupled at Ob ieston, W. V., Nfo. 12.-As
e alh9semees puob rL obalrm"n of the Oemocratio ia, roat room. on awakening and falling rult of the killing of Conatamb Wl
Se | Of w .mmittm has me Iqteaton o to Bad his wife la bed., went to Kleine' tor Jacksao. la Montgomery, by
o his poet, ieeoaing1 to ion and found the two asleep. Heeman Elliott. on Wednesday
iM4 lt ade teSdy. ""e went out of the how quietly subsequent capture of the towSE
8W e011 a ] e nR Ma eld Nh S4 atn a t bar. sad eranoed the street to a brewery the four brothers of Jackson, at
t t I $n owy ei sla ow a4 Mbem lb a sr of and "asked William Andrews, the Ore head of about 40 of their frils &*
I p si AaI the k no malltE .sA tha t te 1ee r sea t loud him his pistol, saying he reln of terror exists there.
assu no bsit Not ~r t r.o ial matl 3 Of thi Wauted the woaponu to shoot a nad The mayor being helpleqm appon4
P P N O sa. yf. Me bas a 0 *0. eeus tm e r '0t dog. Securing the pistol. be went to Sheriff Daniels yesterday. Whi
S1W400P mse the @vYrwhelmliS dfet of t #l Dear bmek tlo th ho.tse, and entering the sheriff Daniels and John 4oltf V
ha e u*. Q*P, euiattloalt ticket, pad betl os.m occtipeil y Klein advanced to killed by Ed Jackson yesterday, tk
,..S Is so th0se to coalder ethber om.' the bed and le-.ning over his wife, saloons wer at once closed and g
tIiug s gi* Wo didatet or policy tfor the campeiga about KIlen in the head. ernor White was asked to send tq,
ie t., psa rou.r y shea boae. Mrs. Eastin w"a aroused by the re- The governor replied he would gel
Ja .iht^e, ftN! "I barv returned to New York the port of thee titnul. jumped iup and ran troops Ii readiness, but advised f1.M
I bl. sam-Ne asI I left it-a Democrat." he froa the room. Easton did not at- lng a large ipoie. If the pomse she
t Im aU pt to t aid. No man, no polt o nor any tempt to attac.e his wife and made no meet with b serious relstanoe, trooe'
to Deg ovew the platform would have stopped the ey. remark to her. will be sent to their relief.
i'I purpo.g clone of RooiTvelt. Thor4 L Dno ac, -- The Jackaon followers esmcaped
,' S, hp bundaeds eouatIts for cyka ues, melther pGrty GIRL IS ROB-ED IN STREET. mountain strougll]oldi with which they
"ag w tso tl had expected, nor did. either have a are familiar.
't k arrlvedg Itw e on It. The utmost harmony ex- Citizena of Seymour, Conn., Hunt for Ernst and Bob Jackson were arrnlu
tb tfti freely t Its aamoeng the members of the coin, Her AssaIlant. ed and brought to this city ly Depe.
'itta slu d there ls no heod for re Anonila. Conn.. Nov. 12.-Miss Mary ty Bherlff Davia and otihrr. They
4l jiiL* orianlpalttoa. There ie a. heart burn. Roes, who realde ,tin Factory street. were jailed here. A posse headed by
Alig, no reerlntiuations, excepting the Beymour, was attar-ed and robed on Mardial Harrison B. Aii. of Tha
OW I *N 4 19 gesicaal regret for the defeat of our Main strecat r atW o'elt&lw at night by meond, is touring tho montitns nel
iit+ 'airI 1 -lotIcdaltl a a negro, who left ihter uncu '., eD '1 have so 0Ientlfou of reslgnin. heaped, rived from Dayron, They weon
Th o .!t011al headqauaniers will be as llan lRees had Leen shopping and placed on the trail todal y The of,
I t"S 1ttio4 t Iadliaspolls, Indianapolis is my home, was within onet hundred feet of her lcial*e In Monfgonme:'y 'An.r further
S ou know. home and untlet an electric light when trouble ae sentiment a-alus t U
,,, o. l "it's ton early yet to talk politics, she was stopped by the highwayman. slayer Dtteaes Is very o.g,
S UrPtI flt *n a4l presidential posibilitfes of foir He put his arm arotiuad her n:rk. Sh Itleforr the murder of Daniels thE
T, 1 ynars beonce." ought desperaiely. When he de. sentlm.ent waA with thf J.ackslon
*- I t the ntanldeI her pocketlx.ok he rrftusedi, aall-t I at What W. R. Hearst Saye. an4 hei dra!t other a blow on the head. ttr L ii th e tntoly tof (iier iuandey.
a lthuelh Now York, Nov. I.--I have no Then he tool; her purse, containing A relative of jarl'.Ic;; apitared at
at leir WelN knowledge tof any mtintit lbetw1eln Mr. 30 amd! ran aa;. th hotel and attempted ,to reach te t"
l i&i oyWor gi l'atson, Mr. Br)an and m yself. j[ John Knottilan and a comnanion room of the pol.cr'enu I. lie was plW 1
-tli a iiet b ora o irls think the Dlemocratcl patty will retr. fuund the g :rl and called Dr. Strapp. vented by th.e attarl. r.1.
Mt 4 qIlMt his or bet gll#nxIe htuif ci a .t ofe true'. ID.. More that; orie hunndre, eitlze, ha lt ReportK front thi, p\o1A today e*
rI t to woderfaul! ocrtacy) l!lnatting th Wall *trevt gathered '.:;i ahie lbitnien ronselouK' that Ed Jackson was rhaN,,'i into I
intlnetnce that provl rI digastruni In and litl hf'r ..to'ry. Po.U,,'-4 were- at cave IIrt .tlght wlit t it wJas dtecitLd t4
A rolld lo thai raw '.tgn,, a .d an Ia loyal imno. once or: rt it s erit l' a.l dire. < wa!t for daylight for hi caplire. Al-
lr piia l that the 2,1 chllt erat. wil be very haply to s..f that tionh. tholigh tie place wa. ,itrrinnle,! dinr.
Stt h th S- duae. I am always ready ty "iMtt a1s.et. When Mr. btLe mny o n Rv.vie:T,. and th eeol RfBY aQ"IXVRSES TESTIMONY. was reported at largo at nown today
I SealMed t seen of action my papr1 to the Denicwracy fa r r,! when th po.so-( had bljen ln ;ed to
8 la organization ir any ithtrr pturrise, 11 Asila a suit Him Father is Released 30. .Al.i ntinp the rritnti of Jack.
We *lnl-'.r ttaty hall be rqtir.dl. .i From Cu tody. ta, ar retip )rtvil ti) 1e o n:, oian
"." .... l... ar Msll hr, ,nslaetd to wrt1 with n+ l y Chlcu+,, Nov. '\.-Apparntly "Sing *rounn M(ontgner;y url swear
O".ILSaR1N R SiVNE PORTUNE. al Ifnnwratsh for ti:e stes ,C I>)be,. 5atlrisghnl.rvsard testimony from a boy .hg ,'ngaance If .lJact son i-. lnbeJe
','" -..". -^ acratic prinrip's. buint 1 iailnk teo loyal a nvicti:g hil own father of murder or kLlk'l without belg given a trial.
i" 1*1. PrnwS .f Myrder tries to Demwocrat are qi to enapnble or cho<,. had a remarkable Scquel today ir tlhb'
*$^A^s mssv Crime. inq ltheir own !.'a trs andtl I Imatine di scharRo of the alleged murleror,. CAROLINA CONFERENCE MEETS.
f IfI4 S* ti Itowa far he-t a ,i. ,thiu polint will row hi' rnoeded *y Joht Wi'ltrax.
S*r theliil war veteea r.' thone who ,nd, auoretd to force leaders The. bhy, ihen taken frnno the ,,n. Bishop Duncan Opens Fifteenth Ar'
)VA ,.Vby Gor orT Cam9 upon them. flutenc p4 the pollee, repudllat.ed tith nual Se.ion of Body.
fo esdu...., qr onan A A T teOiimony DiMvAn In court aid atateI Cliharlot .. N C., Nov. 12 -The fi
Sr aso REPARATION IS DEMANDED. that his att'cc wat;mit ,pa t his father teenth annualJ session of the Vest-
*SS* t L@ wi mll ISYSI pr.op >were nite,' uti, 'r '* stress ojf fear. ern North C('arolna: conf, ',,c cojn-
.thhtI^drwM the maan ho The Sultan of Turkey Muat Pay for The re, ,r.: ,* f ':.. boy's testimonyi vened Thursday morning. HishoP \V.
|.57m 4111l, IlBrrfgand a.dts. w1 4,dU .r' .r to t ie Intrvrntion ol L. Sherrill was elected r"eretairy; Rv.
He lnt*tlested. Cacklep Con.ta.ntinopl. N ifblldSR!ashes raaetermak. le len gu tin hr'' :,' addreaNed ea a o llC n who evinced an Interst I:* Rev. Harold Turner. a.mlst.unrt ,,-cre-
Si d f ftrmlagston. i .e ** onte to the port ,; :uuanlng rep;ai the C4,W against the father, and boe tary
i ". t -,l thee ,isa, and thet atlzn Tor the rt,,u ,nt. arck.:\ntar Al. "TeW.d the charge was groundlrss. | Thpre was quitto a nation cah''I


ONE DOLLAR A yW


WEiS be sSl fr a P 1 bel 1 onIln11g t'he Amnerlean hu:>,, of to his own home the Wltrrax boy and Clegg. asling lha a cOuIImin&,e t '
S wtt. u oise and the McAnei.r,,.,,e t .,r,.. oft Syrs. gr In>l.aly lhatne the truth from th. appolnld to otake. m, ronsid.ratlloB
d iher dV 1,tax)lst over thed The raid rethev.tel In lhto killing bo"'s tph, 'te d."rreilINorth ('aroiiitS it
State it, where he.had been six of the V'aavmns, camelsa nd Mthe "5 Bvlnie'd that li.h"1 ('!a r otia.
I ti PI peh a ded giilty.'. carrying off ouf tU 1,. ha1,ilts of shty Southerner Favored Privaldent. fie E aisIsi bii.hup o North ("ar,*
*4tMIltforhisprwdo esdam.t ant a co d dcrihbl sum pu Birmingham. Ala., NW. 12.-T.tirn lhim,. would addrrs th. c,:roo-,rvle'
Saiu r ney. aI quite a se.it:.niInt hit ttehan friday n the slject. Thae llrivor.
?+& uThe ,alot in Ins-t ipon the ar. for the onminalion of a ,otth.rn na Evil."
.MILL.ION OSOLLARS DOKICIT rest atnd splints t if thi oautln., 1 or president wMn ii thf n';.t fight oW I
.*.' the restitution of the camels nd ttdil their natlon i. au.lat .1tst. y Dlmvtraj S GOV. ODERL WINS $300,000.
*WpttH-a $SE.lle kipertmae t II money aud it e audoltifn of efflca-Loun take it that, ,. ,o' wfnith t,'l alum,
.tIme' ,p e4'',,',. '. 1 IHt(are er te prevention of a r, for bth I':. raratI-c Party ini thp lIpst Many Others Won Big Bets Whtil
o.i., No. it.--the manual cn uncy of the ,urre. I eleettn;. ii .lt.>tllt no lon.r he.:tat., Others L.ost Heavily
! s WSe m itter tor the po toFe I -I- to Its tminto for the mami W.i_, New York. Nov. 1 Gvr.
M 2 rsthat the Blal busineum trans. Ncw Warship Is Launched. o t a rarlida,.. wl,. by re., ,t 0< Ot1lI won ,luvy ;.0m.0% In ,o't,)n
lthro~.gh ehs postal n4d mone y Quine". 't.... Nv. 1?.--TheJ tinr Sere :haitit al,. v, b f4,r b l oni Ot gtat'e campaign ac.orli.rn.
aie Of the department dure ishp .xj w : .)r th 'moc ra'y. T' ,: ,,..I nt... f rTi,,r ho ha1:..
IaM t ar were. ta C, In it Ft n : : I a n1r r:. 1" .1 ... p.,, tho i. :7,"1 i4 o pa1.
.ItsAues of the postal service, $14:. ipali.i t'.. a. ,. to .hae ben iine., I i,,,10' pay rn.
.. i4;.. expenditst ts for the postal fully liturtn I ;h ti.nle r i w- a r
l .e1**. t14.ML2.1I. Total amotint da;. itt Schorer Ocer Avrre. "u I. w- n .A!
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Saves Health


The ue of RoyalBa Powder is
e tial to the healthfunessof the
(amily food.


Yet ferment. the
Alum akngow

Royal Baking Po
Nov" at a*a owc

mOFAITY AND



flI NT o(nSESE

oi ro by Oarw pflrtn.

M, ONAL AND OOCIAL ITEMS
SlHaas Happened and What I Going
W Happen Told in Short Paragrapha
So That *'He Who Runs May Read
1' iM The Gun.
hwuts WHduay Doau Am.
J. A. Hague of Hegue was in the
I:t*1 yesterday.
lm sinon's Wonderful Salve for sale
bP W. MeCollum & Co.
J. S. Crown of Rocky Point was
I` a.i.g in the city yesterday.
~'1. 0. Peterson of Trenton was
tIIIlng in the city yesterday.
UJ. Shaw of Alachus was a visitor
r a the county capital yesterday.
n Mrs. 0. P. Cannon of RoIky Point
Ms shopping in the city yesterday.
E. 3. B. Kite of Waldo was trans.
Ssiga businmess in this city yesterday.
John Cothern of Laromsse was a
ltess visitor to Gainesvillae yester-

SjiMr. and Mrs Hague Striekland of
't:eglle were among the visitors to this
4 ,a* yesterday.
J. H. Prtor and J. A. Croeby of
Mi,".aNOpy were transaeting business
this ieity yesterday.
1. .J. Ward of Kirkwood. one of the
', eosnfml farmers of that section. was
bi the eity yesterday.
Mr. ad Mrs. W. L. 111ill and son de-
p, ted yesterday for Roehelle. where
bsy will make a brief visit to rela-
mao
J. F. DeSha of Fairbanks, one of the
PfMinent residents of that section.
S tnsatuuetinr business in this city
Werday
Iamuel Bapp. one of the oldest and
bes known citizens of the West End.
S Ina town yesterday from Jennings
fake. The San acknowledges a pleas-
at kall.
Mns. Joseph H. Hogan and smon of
high Spring were in the eity for a
*1an timeyesterday. Whilehere lley
S the guests of the former's mother.
, Ms. J. 0. Witherspoon.
h J. I. I)yes of Campville was a viiit-
to this city yesterday Mr. Dyes
SJustt been honored with the lec-
Mom of justice of the peace of that dis-
triet,iesH. I. Moran.
S S. Sapp of Jennings Lske waI in
Stewausterday and made The Sun an
M Able eal Mr Sapp has bein in


food.
ders are injuriouL


wder saves health.


HER CO., N&W YORK.


S.


r


Sad health for the past two years. texas Wonder is tile only thing that
,.anh to the regret of his many" has given me relief-I ought to say.
tfileaS. 'ha. effected an absolute eure.
: Rupeet fully.
.* v. Alworth. a clever yvung man 0' (UJ. Homan.
S Onla. has arrived in the city, and
r l imake this his future home. Hie A TEXAS WONDER.
*pted a position as bookkeeper One small bottle of the Texas Won-
the sn ill Furniture Con- der. Hall's Great DisJovery. oures all
fls wMr. worth served the Maron kidney y and bladder troubles. removes
wOaty Wombn fo <>soinng here gravel, curee diabetes. arminal emie.
sious. weak and lame baeks. rheuma.
J. A. Maultsby of Canmipille. the iim and all irregularities of the kid-
0"SlsNful briek naneafstnur fr i .ti neys and bladder in both men a&d


facturer of the famous El
was transesetng buslanes
yesterday. Mr. Entrnsam


Toney cigar,
In thit oitly
states that


he It making excellent sueese with
the El Toney now, which is gaining a
wide reputation among eoi4ker evsrl-
where. lie is employing severaleipgar.
maker at Waldo, uad deserves good
sueees..
The Brown House continues to Im-
prove and large. As was ttated sev.
eral week ago. the room ever the
First Nailonal Bank were enorsed a
an addition to the boesm, ad wark.
men as now *ip Isa remnIalag
and repaperis a to be meed as ma
ieax tot I hotel. As a beotl Ia.
sar Josph A. Euel le a **asem -
the travelli pebl appreelate selt a
hos4lry a ts Brewm Hose, whikoh Io
now I better odmlda soam Is hAe
ev*r bew.
W. B. Lewls, a pmMeslve pIaster
of the AM"uae mention, was the *lty
tradiag yesterday. and while ihem r.
mewed bl sabisrlptlaes to The Ban
Hi staesthlt the erops have been
good in his motion, with the mmult
that the people are properous and
happy. TiM eotloso ep, netwith
|standing the prIVM e s erfoilluae
land roosh" a good. and, the s
have bsen esively satlisetory. Thmo
will be very little etloton st ien the
wnrehoue.


GREAT'


OPENING

BARGAIN SALE

lea es't Tkuruiq, Frqd

NOV. 16, 17, 18.

This will be our firnt tirms Bargal
Sale sin moving into our new stone
front building on southeast eorer of
square. known am Phifer' Cormer. This
only begins a series of Baalain Salep
which for low prioe have mude *
New York Racket famous.
For berlin giviag this sale will
eelipse all former attempts at low
prices and will knock all competitors
out on the first round. We arq busy
as bees now. but we want everybody
within twenty miles of Gainesville to
visit us during this sale and see the
greatest outsiy of btrgainM ever played
before a buying public. Anticipate
your wants and lay in a supply while
you cas buy at such bargains.

PRICES WILL BE REDUCED
In a Great Many Lines.

CIRIl'LARI Felly Qeetim All Price
Will be Distribated MNa*by
and Tuesday*
Don't Forgot the Dates:
NOVEMBER 16. 17 end 18,1904

Te ter Ceamiry Friendst We want
you to eome and bring your families,.
We have built for your use a large
hitching shed in our back los for your
horses and vehiele.. Plenty of water
and feed boxes for your horses, and if
you bring your luneh we have plenty


of room with hair and table. Come
to 1'hifer' Corner. everybody. You
are welcome.

The Only Store in Gaineaville
Trying Especially to Take Care
of the Country People.


W~ O~Ni me heap. Ap.
J. D. itauklght of Mineapy was
ameo trtm whokaeMe to iluInieslille
yntsrda ind s peeoed subo option to
The arn,. Mr tauknhWas he decided
In make Ieis khit'ne., and will rn.
move to slt idt I a few days. The
propie of tialnesvillo will exiend a
*Ormla wistelfme.
W. R. mteekert s ald lI. 1: 5 Voyleo
have returned from tli la inmemok,
winere they have been for the past few
days in an old*time hunt. There is
lots of bix game in tUliu llammock ye,.
but theme gentlemen were looking
oinly for tLe ssmallor, auid utermded In
killing a large number of qulrrels and
an oceaesional turkey
John Entensa of Waldo. hIli mamu


/'' .


J, H.,r e MinO wa aa tabe*
oees vision tio ithb r oIry ti .
0. *eIM edm f aepNy arl meag
the beweiow visilan to this Ity 9p1*

Thkonast Otees and lawnwse goa.
reoey of Graham were in the lty yes.
,ertday.
I.. F. Meteo and family of a11tlhetr
are visoitingJ l. M.annI ingad family
West siftneeville
After an absenee uf *some timeI
Georgia. W. P. Oartt resturnmed
to hi. h~uas in this city.
Mties leCredt a rharmiag yeaug
lady ofMtiwnpy Jiselen, was skojW
ping I u the elty nWoida.
Antilelpale youwr wats ald is Imp I
aupnly dludarg r Bal gain a"l XNo.
1t. 7 aad. I New Ysek iatket.
I. L. Williane of BeTlWellle wa Io
the eity yesterday and renewed hib


eoberiptoen to Alakem's lIsinary.
Mis Nona JeralaI ihas med ters
from a pleasst ils to the wflly d f1
Oaptalma B. W. Foasaie as NM elwm a"t,
Josepk liih of MieMsmo, a memO
bert of the firm of Umlsh Johemms
uamer. wai trmwsItle bhees tis
this ai ly pleerday.
Mr. aid MUs. W. W btall, f Ma e
Ohm1 woe ftra la ed 9 po
rd, Mr. itA 4
PfItr -f hea l

ObEe. Syla 0 Mags osd s
plemas idsSe SMw o etr s.7% ~


,Ift S .ikdill, Zto ImilH
Mk AnallO to o dfke*. 0 0 ...
wM. Isid


tan vse wed iso sk ieWih..
we P. MoaM t mt f iTk
aMt; ase te at at tee nbtb s
N Owe, .

1 11l4- n I Onf PtIlpe iM eni. lmB
Piskes, a se esafl n sih es V Iw.
beary. i aled ath Sea 0mtMg



W. D. Mor In o- t
then who taeed lot el
visit yeoteiday. Mr. ot shft
thae teo wla i e lal te as


n fawaa felem a

hoable. A .
R. D. P Fillps of Meredith, at f
ber ofe those brmeof ihillips A eeh
e*rw. cseelve ismaataeauuus d
her, was tamsee e be a slm 1is k
ey teteyay. r th ha bew emeof the
moat modei pleats in Leviy tasi
0. 0. YThWAi of Roskele5. 3. *

of NIesaopy W. L. bvis.t of SD,
Polmo, w.o. Celld of Hage Ots to .4
she visitors to this city yeteudq.
N. A. Calihn of Besniupsat has
Jiust returned from a seo Eoa svielstis
his old home. lesburs. Ill. -iad the .
World's Fair. ie state Ithat the
farmers of the W es are iv.g md, n me
for te yield of crops has been s. eao
moos and the prices haa been oi d,
honce they as a rule have pleatyr t
money.
Friends of Captaino Wigate of ll ALDO
Hamesmoek, who, had thmae a0lotemea to &
become paralysee a few mouths age, ns-
will be grald at rie Li oat lenm 6 n
that he is very nmet. improved, aWE
the honces are favor able Ie Ieds s
for a complete recovery. Capta e
thengute I. the lather of Mn'. a. V.
MacFarland of this city. hi m n
Inspector Strawnl ofeh.. Soluthat..

Inspection of the wiring of the Gaias loI
will Gas mnd Electrie Light Company.
He pronounced tha work of he newJ

la every ntquirement of the agour Dr.
elation, ahd took ocsslum to eoamupli.
meot Manager Poig and his mea on. 0


the excellent workmanship. I ai
Among th prominent "ris inr to this, (Porertr I
city yesterday was L. C. Heater of
Williston. whe mai Ti hSun na agree-. iuaml
able oall. 'ir Hleter iea member of
a $26,UW) vlmk company whleh has.
been organized at Williston for the PWihl
manufacture of vegetable and frai
me. a aIL AL.-.! l1~ a a


- -*&. -AL -
Sherhff IE. Johns of Iradforl
county was in the elyl from Starke
yesterday. He eame to take into eus.
tody one William Ford, colored, who
was arrested by Deputy Sheriff J. H.
I ranger Wednesday upon nsat itoms
from the authorities of Bradford em-*
ty. Ford isto wanted upon a charge of
reasitimg an officer in the discharge of
his dules.
Judge Mason continues to "do bosl.
ame" la the matrimonial line. He
lasued yesterday licenses to It. H.
Fulth and Polly A. Pope, Wan. Dau.
trey and Ida 'M. Dudley, white, and
Samuel Clifton and Mary Ann Wil.
liam. colored. In the latter instanee
the Judge enjoyed the distinction of
performing the ceremony. at the con.
elusion of which he caused the usual I
salute.
romS Naturrdn'sa IiAUy Sun
Marion Campbell and son, Tom, of
Alaehua were among the visitor to
( saineerille yesterday.
H. T. Thomas and W. A. ghaw. two
progressive farmers of Gordon. were
among the visitors to this city yester-
day.
R. J. Hadsock of Alachba, one of the
valued friends and subscribers of The
sun, was among the business visitors
to this city yesterday.
T. J. Moeae of Hawthorn was In the
city yesterday. He was en route home
from Cedar Key and other points,
where he has bee on business.
F. .I. Stark, a suecesful colored
farmer of Melrose who knows a good
thing and subseeribes for The Son. was
In the city yesterday and renewed his
subscription.
Mr. and Mrs. u i. L. Feaster and son
were in the city from Mieanopy yes.
terday. Mr. Feaster came for the pur-
pose of having some dental work per-
formed by Dfr. Alderman.
The interior of the residence of M1r.
and Mrs Janes It Graham is being
improved by the application of fresh
wall paper. The designs are of the
latest pattern. and will add greatly to
she interior surroundings.
Frank Shawl of Union City. Ind.,
who is considering seriously locating
a saw mill in this section, was in the
oity yesterday. accompanied by his
charming daughter. They are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. I,. W. Hart of Para.
disc.


READ THIS.
Icedbone, Miss., Sept. 24. 190l.
Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis. Meo -Dear
Sir: In reply to youn of a recent
date in regard to the efficiency of
Hall's treat Disceovery a a kidney
cure. I can safely say that it is well
name when they call it a WONl)lElC.
I have suffered with a weakness from
the kidneys for years and have tried
all advertised remedies for the con-
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TOTAL VOTE IS 894 i's 1
ili. n kith y ttou .
oralt of Alachua Severely Re*- lKenIie t) prev.j int
"v oed Action of State Committee in iiSii ftr a 'iiI tt ic
Iri nl 'ii, i i't l aith
"i nsi6tsalng WolfE Against the Regu- rilkE Li ( u1.l Itt
I', 4br Primary Nominee. ltil"l .riirii ttfflti0n fttr. ifil*- 11i uf ii l.L.4
..Returns Iavte )tPii reciru fr t. e ft'li, it *when the t it :t, ellrt I )
ig tIV l it: l..I : 1I.le 1i4,4uniiirqd thei:
*p, 1 pr!elnet in Alnia ;humiI) niD l,,' ':1'.t. u it i I. itl I AU iih ,ti-,- t-
001 show tha W. 31. "lloway, e ti n. l ti IluI lan it, thl of, theiv ili-
.' 1io n0o) il e for Udprin ite d iL o t'lt v 1. i0. % 4 str t t ; tic u.l Ittt it tir t
1 ai. Schools, carried the county Ith. it.l tatt, rgaus. Thism n titeaa
j" eday'e election by a majority of 4S' trouli is hui r tio a ,lis 4u ,4il Mct i litin ofr
V. otf over all three of his oipponens. tile K il ii t.'l ;i4l 1i1.iL'Irr aiIl nlot (o i
f.lo0wlng is tho complete vote by pru. latit a1i holt jlxg I olpl )IInt It l r-
XI, iini- ,itt i i r l ;t 1' 1 1 r, iir t' iii.ui 'im r-
O ets for superintendent : al with kidlne anI blaillr trtntle,
I 1t.,' hll rWolf"e I' Neal W 1\1 i- n. Ii l(l neot il II namte great reineliy.
p, etaln-. way. Tihe umil an.d te iinle late effect 4of
SWaldo ....... 10 4 Swanmp-toot i anon. rvaliztl. It is sohl
.' a rose.... 03 14 7m I )y dlruggitAs, in fifty-
h 10 27 *c t n 1111n11 -dolltr
,'ize lIfttIvi. 1'i,% IllU"ay
; w Creek 81 1 1 have a smtinle Iottle n
feston... 44 28 4 by tuiil free. al1Mb a fomwerowea*>Sl,
Jwlberry. 1 20 1 1 panmplilet telling all about Swamp-Root,
1E nslle0 it L 1udii matsy of the thoumi unds o tWtHi.
5'oliettlle... tI 01 1i tmonial letters received from sufferers
g awthorn.... 25 14 8 1) cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
$I ,.asd (Irove 35 2 .. itlingiatlton, N. V., ti sure and mention
Sianopy .... 45 2J 24 this Irper. I)on't mnake any itlistake,
At >7 2 3 but re7teitlwr the y ianie, wam R-RNDt,
Pg'Agher ...... 31 I 13r. Kilter's Swamip-Root, and he sd-.
\e iAedondo.. 2 4 21 |dress, Uilghaimtun, N. V., oil every
I lUbanks I 4 bottle.
..l.... 17 1 17.."
ladsor .. 17 17 COL. CHUBB PLEASED.
Wgue .. ... 8 10 )4 2 Will Quit "Banking" Potatoes and
J(7ola .. 4 .. .. 1 Come Back to His Old Job.
io 1HI ts. 17 8 a 3 '. lave discoutlmnied making sweet
SSprings 0 82 40 1 potatu bank. and wilt return to(laines*
tO plle 1 a3 4 1 ville. I esteem beyond expression the
friesndship of my (ainesville Demo-
: Total .... h 272 654 22 cratic friend.. Accept my best
t' T-e county canvassing board, comn wishes."
'geMpd of the county judge, supervisor Tltls was the telemrnsn received
eglstratimlou and chairman of the Thursday by Captain .1. Maxey Dell
1!6W of County Commissionpre, will from Col. Henry S. Chubb, receiver of
aMna. the vote today aud declare the the United Statee land ofilee, who went
ault, a tabulated statement of which to his home at Winter Park to cast his
0wi be published as soon as possible. vote for Teddy tloa#evelt in an en-
... deavor to try arid "hold his job." it
THE VOTE IN LEVY. Is not known just what inference Col.
Chubb intends when lie states that be
Oammitlteeman Phillips Received a Se-, esteems beyond expressfou tile friend.
vere Jolt. ship of his (iainetiriil l)emnoeratio
roaonl Nov. to.-Independentism friends, but it is interpreted to mean
"i.wasi given a death-blow by the Desnoc- that hl "'W ainIestill@ Democratio
ipay of Levy county Tuesday. The re. friends" are satstlied that hli holds the
eh e given the Htate Excettivi Comrn- 1oition for another term.
s..ltite wasa crushing one. In WilliIton
SeslIon district, the home of commit- Constipation.
1 Weman 8. Phillips, the Detmocratic IHealth i s)htoloi(ely impossible if
I amninee for county school superinten- cohntipation bf pret'snt. Many ser-
Sdea.,and who had S jlay's vate exceeded his |ly sven.I plaint have pruntg froi neglected con-
tees. The vote In thin precinct was: sti1tuioi. Such a deplorable condi-
Bolloway 07, O'Neal ;:2, Wolf 2i Itimur is unnvte pary. There is a cure
Suild*e the total numberof votes cast for r it. lirbine will speedily remedy
'.ltu' rs. C. A. lindsay, I'. M., Blron-
SPlhllips wa In lorristonn, Fl.ollo. wr i, F-eb-. 1,102: av
f.y was Riven 60, Wolfe f and (O'Neal ing trird Ierhiti I ind it a ihte moed-
S2, Mr. Phillips received 42. voters icin, for '*mnstIpstion." 5O)l bottle.
SMontbrook gave Holloway 3$, Wolfe 3 t14 by W. M. Johnson,
i ild O(Neal 2. Bronson-Hiolloway 34. .. -
'Ieal 18,. Wolfe 12. levyville-lHol- Wants to Come Home.
ws tT 2?,'O'Neal 12, Wo\Vulfe 4. Elizey Among tie visitors to this city
-Holloway 10, ,Wolfe 19. )'Noal 1. Thursday ae Conductor lIenj. 1'.
Cedar Key-Wolfe 27, Hlolloway 13, Martin of Easlry, 8. (.
l O'nleal 18. Lebanon-Holloway Mr. Martin is now engRaged in the
Wolfe H. Judson-Holloway 32. Wolfe meroanttle business at Easley. He is
1, O'Neal 1. Shell Pond-Holloway referred to as "Conductor" Martin be.
I IS.O Neal 16, Wolfe 2. Fannin-Wolfe coaue of the fact that he was for many
|'*4, Holloway 6. Chietland-Holloway years engaged in this profeselon by
17. 6 Wolfe 8, O'Neal 2. Inglis-HIollo- thei Seaboard Air Line between Jack*
|ty 10, Wolfe 2, O'Neal 1. Wrcler re- sonville and Cedar Key, and few men
w elved 2 votes in the entire county were more popular in this branch of


I Totals: Holloway 339. Wolfe 116. the railway service, l1e became tired
O'Kseal 98. No election wis held In of railroad life. however, and decided
,Iwo1er district, as it wta ItWansssibkl' t to lurultt a mrrcaniil', occupation.
0t lasIpecturs for lack uf Inlerc.t in "Saith Carol:'t in general and
te election. l;aley in pirtiktdair are all right."
There were not over sieveity-live vo- good-n1atIrtly rezumrked 3 Mr. Martin.
iMl In the county who took enough "t,",t I htive1 t1et1n up there long
I.Uterst in the proposed coistitttioal enough. I nn ,nj'ying a lfin busi-
'tmaadments to vote either for or ,L, btL mytl !( anll family want to
W1alasS them. It is believed t tlt'. m i0e1 1ack ho1e',' at it is for thht nor-
!'. t fl against all of them. lut will pose of ulookin: ir,,n .tl for an opening R
Sbe known until the vole is can- that I nm here o-w. I have always
fal, d today, liked i i.sie aiville, atnd will more than
likely seitl. h.ere if we decide fully to
FROM SOUTH AFRICA. .. ,,


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tray, was awarded to Miss Maude
Girahamin, while the lot of the eonsola.
tlon prile lay between Misses Nora
Norton and Hattie Dennls. The cut
resulted in the awarding of this prie.,
a match safe with the admonition,
"Don's Blow Out the 4as," to Mill
Norton.
The decorations were white ehry-
santhemums, which were moe tastes
,fully arranged. The refreshments,
which were served in. courses, were
elaborate, and it is needless to add
greatly enjoyed.
Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse.
P'erhape you have never thought of
it, but the fact must be apparent to
everyone that constipation Is caused
by a laak of water In the system, and
the use of drastic eatharties like the
old fashioned pills only makes a bad
matter wore. Chamberlain's Stom-
ach and Liver Tablets are much more
mild and gentle in their effect, and
when the proper doso is taken their
action is so natural that one can hard-
ly realize itis the effect of a medicine.
Try a 25.cent bottle of them. For sale
by all druggist.
Death of Mrs. Arnow.


Information reached this city Thura.
day of the death of Mrs. J., ,eilie Ar-
now, which sad ( vent occurred at her
home in Micanupy early Thursday
morning. Deceaa'il was only sixeten
years of age at the time of her death.
S he was married at De Lard less than a
year ago to Mr. Arnow. During her
residence as lMicanupy she made
.iany friends who reuiret her demise.


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1Mr. Martin i.panrtetd via the Sea- and the sympathy of the community
Way of Using Chamberlain's I is extended to the young husband iu
Cough Remedy. board noom train for his South C4 s h.i hour of bereavement.
)unu hionim, but friends may not be ak. -
P*. Arthur Chapman, writing from priced to welcome his return at a".i Disastrous Wrecks.
tin an, Natal, South Africa, says tine. ..,
,; ^ ,.... Carplesuess Is repponeible for many
s proof that Chamberlain's Cough Not a .Sick Day Since. a railway wreck and the same Causes
d i aure suitable for od andA 1 was taken severely sick with' kid are making human weeks of suffereve
I r of mine had child jt oer ney trouble. I tried all sorts of mydi- from thrmat nd lung troubles. But
db ol. iihadnes, none of which relieved me One sines the advent of Dr. Kiog's New
h anOd the p rentsdi vernot know day I saw an ad of your Electria Bit- Discovery for consumption, eoughs
.. ... .. ters and dete,,inned Io try that. After and colds. even tie worst cases can be


WEn u Wll a 1u f e limb
y Imhle oby Key& nul
Bldder Troble,.
Kidney tro:;lh pr1.eia sux)na tthe niluid,
IJ <1IICI IirdtOVi, I 411i111nmitii lja; lw utly,
If- _B AB ^4ign ia'Mii clht.rfutil-
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S WILL LAY OOHNKR I TONE.
Impressive Oerestony Will be Held by
Mount Pleasant Church, Colored.
There will be an Impressive ceremony
at Mount Pleasnt .Mletlhodist Episcolel
Churh, culoired, on PFrday, the IhMh
liust., wheel ths ornetr stone (if thie
edlilfit4 will be lild t ith properr honor.
It will bUt r7ilnfnt1te red that Mount
lraesniint C(hurchi which wasW on of llth
lmieit colored ohurches Iln the city, was
burned some time ago. ''h building
was con:truluoed of brick and wood, but
after Its deit rutlohn the iaewbts de (*
cided to retuil.l in brick altogehLer,
with tie result that when completed
thlbe church will cost from ,*6$f to
$19,000. Work bhas beu in progress forl
the past year, but owing to lack of
funds has not been prosecuted regu.
larly. A great deal has been eacom.-
plished. however, and a large force i1
now engaged in finishing the building,
which it is anticipated will be soam.
plated in January of the onmitng year.
The laying of the corner stone will
tie one of the occasions In colored so.
olety in the Satoe. and will be attended
by many prominent ministers and lay-
men of the denomination from every
section. The fatted calf will be killed
for the occasion, and a general love.'
feast is anticipated among the guests.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is
Pleasant to Take.
The finest quality of granulated loaf
sugar is usneed in the manufacture of
C(hatmberlain's Cough Ilemedy, and
the roots used In Its preparation give
It a flavor similar to rnAple syrup,
making It quite pleasant to take. Mr.
W. L. itoderick of Pooleavllle, Md., In
speaking of ate remedy, says: "I
have used Chamberlain's Couoh Rem
edy with my children for several pear
and can truthfully say Is Is the best
preparation or the kind I know of.
The children like to take it and It has
no injorious after bffeet. For sale by
al dtuggiste.
A Delightful Occasion.
There was a delightful card party as
the home of M, J. hl. Haltle, West
Main street, N., Thursday afternoon,
Meedtmee John Chesanut and J. M.
Halle otlertaining as progressive whist
on that occasion. The game was
played with great Interest, many fie
points being made. There were eight
tablet.
Three praises were given. The mar.
tried ladles' prize, a handsome Japa.
neou vase, was out for by Mesdames
Issae Levy, Francis H. Creighhll, W.
J. Denby and W. N. Hughes. Mrs.
Levy being the fortunate winner. The
young ladies' prise, a Japanese pin


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assist us in reducing our 8stcik-we wll
with each Buggy bought a set of Haraeima
831ute cost ..
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4snnt1v au so his re*ry
to Mr. Slddyl of Bampson eCty,
t d charge Nov. 1.
af frind. s of 8.. Itamesy
Iti ,tbO ltllta that kb6 has been
i) 4t M1lo. but glad to
t het k i mproving.
i Vl FoWltr of Melmroe ii at.
eltk Alaku! HiIIA Sehool.
8.3."l1i1 has opsead a msat mar.
StiA* mo tth 1nd of towa, and is
| s tbgaaod bauiwes.
S"SELEASD 0ON BAIL.
F d Rebinson, Chaered With Murder
I dffdehn Rawts. Again Free.


fred Robinsn" of LAOrmser. who was
amilltsed In Jastice itokes' sourt
Wltho. ball upon a charge of the mur-
ptr of John Rasi wli at colored rfet.val
lar -lordon reeessly, has been rr-
6M4d under a iond of $O which was0
C t Od under habeas corps pruesed-
-before His Honor Judige C)al at
Strke, whoe i holding e4rt for Ilia
8eoor Judge .. T. Wt h. o thle i hth
ll ie i, ,n me ;"' t''hat a
t will be m4nlpAred that at Ail
istial hawls was i, vItim of the
stwt of b th ba'ie of a sboiun.
j tIo hi* dylng s't4 a few
eti"6h ta,6, lie aeusd'ft Robinson of
I*4 Us, .houostl.
4 *S 8ye d L. Carter and rvaun
li f rtpreee ted aobluion in the
Ik-bMeuorpus proceeding.
ilest inimewt on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin. Supt. City Water
Wori. Shulleburs, Wi. writes: "I
tried wm y kinds of liniment, but
t pieve'otte4lved mueh benefit uon
itl (d ballarde' 8now Liuiment for
r mPlttmttimnd painslu. I think It Is
t i Iniment anit earth." 2c.
i 00. S old by t. Julison.
..Tax 3et,....
In puruanceof Chapter Nu. 4115,
Sectlon 8, Law of Florida, I give be.
low a statement showhig the amount
of tax*e oeolated by W. D. l)ickinson,
tax collector of Alachua county, Flor-
Ida, for the period ending tiOet. 81,
I0M,Uas hownby county treas i r'e re.
p.pts Oh file in ny oftice, towit:
Lls-. s. 1. 3 ....... *.. $ ... I)
L1e,** 194O 1349 S
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RAItWAY MAtIL SRVIO.
Civil Se"rvns SImbltoni Will be Hpld
en November W0.
A *spialltk *iassilola for IIlling vis
asIote in ithe titles of railway maill
*eork In FlorI4d willO tm held on No-
vmbwr 80, 1904. bThis samination Is
open to legal residents of this S1at
who simply with the wqulremwnsu.
Applianlss mian be at l1ut five feet,e
n ileashes In height. ee0lusive of
bools or shor, weigh not lee than 136
poeitde In ordinary elohing, wihftbut
hatk or overest, and have no physical
defsu. Atge limits 18 to 86 years.
Persons desilrin to enter itis nX
saminstion should apply at on0e for ap*
pileaion Form 90%. stating that they
wlkh to ltake he, "RaIlway Mail
Clerk' examination. Form 80f may'
be obtained from the Civil Wrvie.
COomuIlop, Washlnlton, D. 0.; from
the sertary of the Fifth Civil Die-
Itris, Atianta, Ia., or from the local
lTvii erjei *eomrtari as any of the
followag earmod plaiesI Key Wet
sia. Pnmaentla, Fla., Jaoksonvlle,
Vla., Tampa, Fla.
borm 104 should bo properly exe*
luted and forwarded diet to tbe
Olvll Servie. CommliloWmshilloson,
D. The lUamliastion may be taken
$i May of the pleas i Florida nmased
lboW Fman WAnwASnaAKn,
bwntoql Rifth DIsries.t

rse.a. W. Xrai. Oskrwaser, ]K.,
1n9 *"Myr lMeMsd clte *k fo r thr
MieMh .. The d"eoe0 nit tt hae had
q4ok eoamanptoi. -We procurd s
boule of BDllalrde Horehound y8rup,
acd is enred bim. That was ae ix r
ago. Blae them we g av always krip
,a oth1 In tle house. We eansot do
wlitotes l. For eouhI @andlid I
es Oiuifl." e. We), $1.00. od by I
it t. neea.
Marrlag. at UnslHla.
There was a happy martage at Uma.
tilts Thurday morning, the onseras.
lag panties being J. 0. Owens and Mi
Mlaes Sitsh. The bride Is a sister of
MJi. L. J. Olysts. and Is well kauow in
ithis iyr, where she has visited on an.
oral eMauius. She I* a young lady of
a omet agmeable nature, and mad*
mass friends here who will extend to
the ortunaste room eongratulatibon.
Don't aRespect Old Asg.
It' shameful wh n youth falls to
show proper uuepet for old age, but
Jua0 tshe etrary t in the ase of Dr.
Klng'. New Life Pdsle. .They out off
mnsladia no matter how sever land Ir*
respeatire of old '-age. Dyfpepeie.
jaundice, fever. oonstipaion all y field
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JACKSONVILLE,
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Agent for Pabst Mla ke ler
Exmpor, p.r tbl.10dob dili per dos.$ o .
Blu Itialbbtm. per bblW .0 do*, $12; per don, i1..0
Jua 's Cloium ll Rd bad ler.
Per bbl. 10 doa. f; per ds, $1.


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LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything is
the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ (,
12 full quarts ........ 12 7A
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ........ 4 2'
12 full quarts ........ *1 0t0
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
ettleWd I Buad Uder ievernmeat Bnllper Ie..
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t; full quarts ....... ;: 5,)
12 full quarts ...... 10 75
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Sunny South..... 2, )
-,ft/dge ....... 800
Pedigree......... 4 0o(
Overholt......... 4 oo


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AOsrding to the claimede of RepubliL
*ee Chalrman Cortelyou the electoral
vet, of the nation Is divided as fel.
-to
Mtatee. Asuaurt'it. ParKer,.
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'A.heas! ......... O- "


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New Jesewy ......o
eew Tork ......
Routh arolina ...
worth Dakota ....
Otlo ..............
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Peasaylvala .....
Uboe Island ....
Somth Carollna .
*outh Dakota....
TiNaeee ........
UtT ............
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Wueointa ........
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sletleeif
It 1It1 William McKinley received
1 deletoral vote; William J. Bryan
ren ed 174. McKinley over Bryan.

Sla 100, William McKinley received
SM electoral votes; William J. Bryan
mteelved 635. McKlrtey over Bryan,
UT. _
DEATH OF GOOD MAN.

Non. I. P. Ward of Ward Ctty Pasted
Away Thursday Morning,
The numerous friends in this city
ad section of Hon. EmrM P. Ward of
Wafd City will learn with regret of
his death, whih oosurred at his home
Oa the morning of Thursday, the o10th
Iot. Of his death The Iarke Tele-
graph has the following to say:
"eHon Emra P. Ward died at his
home at 'Ward City Thursday morn*
Ing, No. o10th. at 7 o'clock, after auf-
ferlag for two years or more with
teaumatsnm. He had been confined
to the house for many months, and for
maeh of the time was unable to leave
his room. only when he was assisted to
a isaid' chair and rolled about the
boea, His death, therefore, does not
eo I il the nastre of a surprise, but Is
some she less a souree of profound re-
pret to a. host of friends throaghoot
the osaty.
"*Mr. Ward was a native of Bradford
ooanty and was at his death nearly
*lxtle.inA WeaP old. lince reashinir


PUHI NPOVE

RAILROAD POSPECT

Are Jubilant Over litension
JakmonwviA & Iouthwestern.


A FINE


FARMING


COUNTRY


FarmerT Will New Have Out'et to Pr'
ducts, With Results. That Better R
turns Will Follo*-Cummer Roe
Will Go to Perry.


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Wreck on Southern Railroad Near Sol.
ma-No Lives Lost
Beima, Ala., Nov. II.- -A wreci oc-
curred on the Stiuthern railroad at .2
o'clock this morning 9 nilles north of
Belma between two freight trains. No.
46 coming south and No o0 goings
worth.
The report In that the oc nucer of
train No. 80 misread the orders. The
impact was fearful, the track being
badly torn up and one of the engines
turned over. The crew savedl them.
selves by Jumping, but were more or
leas hurt.
Engineer looke had his back sprain.
ed. Fireman Perry had his leg
broken and Conductor Wiitamas had a
hole knocked In the back of his head.
Two negro memberM of the cvrw were
hurt but not *eriousiy.

Accident of A. K. & N. Railroad.
Tate. Ga.. Nov. II.-Two freight
trains on the Atlanta, Knoxville and
Northern were wrecked about wie
bill from this place at 11 o'clock We4l.
esilay, the engine of one teleceorpintg
the cabooe of the other, and the coal
ear telescoping these two. The two
freight were running at high speewd
to clear the track- for the passenger
train. The track was cleared ln twv
hour.

Neuralgia Pains.
Rheumatism. lumbago and aciatic
pain. yield to the penetrating influence
of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It pne.-
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The preopite of Fiort Faini. l.i)'ay-
itte county, and vioillity are highly
claled over the prospects of a railroad.
The Jacksonviile and l oithwoetsvrn
riilroad, which is now runitting to New.
berry from Jacko)nville, Is to bw rx-
tended to Perry, a distance or tifty.two
miles, and its completion will open altip
one of the finesse farmingK sotilon ian
the State, The farmers of LaFayelteo
coui.ty have always malde line eroips
and plenty iof everything the family
needed, bus have been at a lose to elt
the surplus products to market, owingt
to the inconvenient and expensive
meanmir of moving them, the t rali.pr-
tatlon being altogelthr by private con.
vyanece, whieh hia proved not only in-
convenient but very Vxpensive, mnd
ahean the products arrived In the mar-
keot the returns showed a loos to the
Grower.
The surveyJ at recently carried
through by engineers of the JaJksvott-
vills and Southwestern railroad show
that two routes hbre been selected.
One route crosse the Suwanee river,
on the benak of which Fort "Fannia in
saugly nstld, a mile above the town,
while the other proposes to reach the
village by crossing the river immedi-
ately there, However, tbi, makes no
material differenoee, for Fort Fannina is
bound to have a rallrqed, and the resi-
dents will not object to driving a mile.
to the station, which they woald term
onip a short "sprint."
The -atensein of- the Jacksonville
and Southwestern into that section
will mean a great thing for the people.
of Fort Fannin and the territory tra-
versed. This territory, which is among
the richest in the country, has been
exzeluded from cultivation owiing to its
remoteness, and the people of that cee.
Hion may now demonstrate to the>
world with proliti reIultsi the fact that
LFayatue county laue are goIml
and as fertile as may lhe found in lthe
South.
The contract for thi( extension of the!
.Jacksonmville and Sotuthwestern is. s-
auned, snce it has already been let ito
Wade & McNalr. Work will begin itn
a short tinae, and it is estimtasfrd iJ15
the road will be linishtd to Perry hby
l*-ebruary let of the coming year. A
large force will be placed onr the work.
which will be finished as soon as jo*-
IblICOLLIIO.
PREIGHT TRAINS IN COLLISION.


present at the Inspections.

LOCKED OFFICER IN SAFE.

Arizona County Treasurer Found by
HIs Daughter.
Prescott. Ariz.. Nov. 1I.-James i
Storm, county treasurer of this county,
has been found locked in the atel
vault of his office, bound and gagged.
with $15.000 missing from the cash
funds of the treasury
Mr. S trmt had been in the vault
16 hours when found by bhi daughter.
He says that about 5 o'clock Wednew
day at 'rnooni, hle tcatud In lhis
of ce, Iwre muen ut-redole the (0L)or with
bandkerchleti tieid over their faces,
and j:'o renting a rfevoilver to h1., hliad,
order' 1 him 10 throw up his hands.
Storma compiled, andi the two men
hc-t'edl the door of thi' offcle and pro.
dnc t strong I:nti.; wire, with which
they Sct',Lre lntboi:dl his face and
ban :s. They foi '.I a handkerchlef
into his mouth and puhiet dLittl into
the tIault.
Aftcr gmpahroing up )15.01 and tle.,
surely rannactr.g the office for Iuore
money, thel inn tclos l the dINr dotf the
vault, ltckeld It anri departed.
Storm wax unable to give, any a-
curateo escriptiln of the men.

SENTENCE PASSED ON McCUE.

Convicted of the Murder of His Wife
at Charlottesville.
Charlottesvllle, Va., Nov. 11I.-After
overruling Ave motions for a new trial
Judge George Watts Morris of the
Charlott-uville corporation court, has
sentenced J. Samuel McCue, former
mayor of this city for three trcrms, to
be hanged by the neck until he is
dead.
Judge Morris dlispoed of the ob-
Jectlon In their order. The first was
the re'dinlg of newspaper by the Ju'ry.
After the Judge had overrnulet am oh.
Icetions. Mr. ('"leman, of the defense,
moved and arrest of Judgment for t r.
ror apparent on faeo uf tho record,
claiming a dikrrepancy tecausse the
indic(mwnt charged murder simply,
while the verdict read. "t :lity of tour.
der In the first degree."
Jludgel MorrIs tlie.n sentenced him to
be hanged on Jan. 2o, 1905., MeCiip
sald he was innocent and an appeal
will he taken.


I


One Republican Congressman.
Raleigh. N. C., Nov. 1.-Both Dew.
ocrats and Republicas claim the
eighth Nrnth Carolina congressional
district. Early reports favored W.
C New land. Democrat, but nguree
favor E. Speneer Blackburn, Repubile.
an. It seems that them majority either
way may be About 76, and it will take
th.n -ndIfal euiint # i..A .


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v. inlIg, ai.d wi. .II .1 tit .d
ftlit i ni it'i t !, i#t I t.a;.(, liaj
thei l pilrplCIS of r( i',i' w i ;I rr etiga
ls etss&i di'elegat tew l .t 1 RtI lrlli.
forellnc, a iiw l a', rciio r'! .l hu rellg
an i thet t lra r.L t iiSr : (,f r il theft
n .a that Migtrl m'ilt ip, ftair C
at ian. ~ .
Thel repotse 4 4t thcr i, w hiiitters
rev-" W( t(ht <1.44% rw L] d.'1 tc t'ttit, e
t. 1wr inll t'Xc tlilt t l iIi,~< l
oially iPIi t1 ritirw i t. Wit ; in it
ingniemleitership. In ni Iiii r
its aifair were rrg *r re it Kd tile
aJI pcIii'lfr '< ttlt l .'' tn- orIs ,C w ril
tion ati if Ill churcl i r l l li e
gregatiou fbs. ( artn3Ly 11?11ciragit, .
Herl Joe heli'rotue, Ithe iuts r, J.
Ackdly. Mr <. I. lthl.y and Jkre.
(. itowh wcere beialei t i ati-nd
anauil aKenfWimeetnch WhiuA will j
Trle aty MruinwiAk. i' 14 tfdlaj
Iflth coming silii. 'k.
WAhiii thel t I ;r ih< r h rie

Main street, N uitf< inm hwi
WiibintWith ft -allvv k ^ aps lly
III, city o ai I I*LI <(1 twitii nation.


PRODUCE AND SAVE



YOUR MEAT

IFir the isforusanion of thine who4t
sire to hve their hIog tieac M'
our eod utornge we rreommend W0
following method of preparation:
As nouon a the buicihered .nlainjal has cou".,
down. ui anrd wht lutriso Lu ite sn hape. W
Ina vhilne iJflhwon hams*. Aiiint tmdIr I o41eis.^
%biouklern: Mall In the n.ii.l maunmrr. ua8flI
Qmre than 109poui t Malt. i i0-r, btirOwO aWI
air. touance sIalitelr unMLt a o i. re m -MI
ob reach 10it9 Loundr U of UI'st It -hould
the roha' %torlis taot Il1er t1.tII tZI 'e dare "
trtr -o iresUared. IIf inr l lditi.itI1i% sit ,Ill s .
ed ufter tleaghiu'I* 'a wei -Jo ii TI s"
Ini u'ol torsurne 4 ti SM ILu urrirdtn tO sA
of Sa'a t. A later takilnv fr. 'oiq& ,Il q ,torjre wf e
in Warni water al idl-r. li %,itii u nPrW p
cht lyt n In umsltli. .U a. to ire' r1 .i kt Oiters
Ilti- or otiier liheSti ha'rt g ,i d.C i.N ui MS
litert al1 for wthrer % n% l et I: 1ii i .i'.se hmo
Iq'rlet) thlrmtigh rnhe. r i i. rn-c.'n hickor
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i.e wte1t1 a >:nca r Ait s.a- ,r i '. oil. yrw
irr 4 tet oft file.V h -@id' rq'e it. f

I i lilr sn i rr. t 'l i rtl t il M
in Pr gaM -rd re.i a t .0r j'j.,I? o CM
chart' for hlrt gr ,Cm1 ,e .ir dzr..A for
ar1shI nDth, e 'palm)sr t1 ,,, ; ki,,.,Ir e m'L td
VWe Ns' lit iiPatronuv g it|> t,* t in i 'eart I
t1e cPT ue P r lt- I t onlt m, n ,A.i h [ I.'. h .a 11iil *
tcrar' iofn o the rreatrt. ,t *..l r ii. o tfXf
nir,' r'u r r foair homen II,. '. itr *,%*t.
DIAMOND ICE COMPANY,
IR 1. Livingston. M r. i, uineville. Fi)
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SOpens Septemberl9. 1990


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Maintaining Our ,A n iAY
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re: I,, l f .I i' ri) F ('. A[. lit, ihu !
.ni, Sin Membership to Chu
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CHURCH FINANCiALLY *
r i i t' I, 'i. titllif- Notwi.l alfctt Nv t |,G
L ,, er I 'Erected Withinr P.st Y .

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. ,' C ont;onerence.
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ntumlter (f unnsatilsfactory ro'eirtit. Lr"
said to have been ti1us11tally inul.,w iM
Speaking of the milllla. II Ri said t hut
very sailsfanctor(ly progKrei has he 11
malle towaIrd irlKti iin the orgulrt 1i-l
militia, rtspecting araniamc:ent, e'pItti
meant anil discipline,. lp i, thb -taunil
ard of the regular army. The total
of 6,.90C ofticrr and 113.102 o'r' '
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