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).

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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:
UF00079930:00855

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

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HIRE AINmWTLELI SUN: NOVEMBER 21.1004


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W' VLLK THE HIODDIEt VEIL. irion to aeknowledge our duty to the
The Ia .! ,. ..*ter of all good and to dev itly sup. r h
The fact tha SrOn n lr e svee listst, their graiause contiaan'e in
-hil mlde the sainounel nmeut tist he the futurei -i
ar, l.t ssanevt:e. r& a will not be esudidat fr rt -.ltttton Now. therforei rmity wit. Per a y it hasl
Sf prden hs b eu:nuntd on ithe eatalbhed custom and with the' Caarrn of the Sternas
$ tby the presm thProighot thu r .e rtlry, ;I'rxlmaJrn of the. president (f the a dyspepsia, bu the
fll q ,pe opw. Iiss ko
3 Bi Amy Wad Thu sday 8md mandy divern eommirnte, .h i g,-.| l .Statri of Amer.ic, I. William PdSiS attacki S ind
abigWngilkS rllr Ii rous and huinorouv, Ait ihrt ;14 -j nnings. governor of tle State. of mssssetMnerws Mdn
S -- oUcone. Fliirida. do must anraitily recommend snpose th ne of he
CREARY. Editor and I'.L'r. sW ar-e dip.tled" ti -,prnRLc thI the ht".rrane of Titursday. the Mlth tg the glands to eaW
subje t with ithr grrnt~t *r.usnrss,. !da of Nuoveber, A b 1as day jwlcda f vau S
and plartic!.irjy ,fr..a t. f', t f .at if thankgiving and praise to the A CIASnSty M SoMa
** ,wT 0 ;Ir rres..ri.t ar:l w.y .r prr,.'. ret Lule.r of the lniverper for tieK* M
5T00e si l1e 1. u ., 01 j. t.- Ti, ) o t, m:neroY L0ld go-da*&* |o o.r State M41d 1l1be all .
1. 0 :iti r ul,' t,. iti so lng s.i I,, r,. ; i. press 'r r or .I in tIhat d y. let us lay SLran g M
AvDTuT Ie IN "tKA "t h i at w. or Ti" ",.J -j dr ui lr itsiines affair., repair to our MWr. a"or" bsd h
gadtbinenwm.t.. 15 naue i rd .f ... "t .r.t, ,f j,*a if ttarra p and there l iTe earn. of eee s shw
lp fl nd ct r lt loi t 1- h lli) O+,,, wit (;e^rj i-: frth vC arird hearty thanks to (I < for theL i di
WiEionfor ., Ia t,1 W:t:&!,d tL e:e r..I.C .'1 !. I,.'s,, uf gool over.. L nt. good K.- o
ed dvertisetenit for three, as" at ... l t < Tr: : tai. t,' ad therihass." r
R motthe at cial rate. ,. r .. L alth. gool harvests and the rich i s .
2ramished upon appllestion. th.i t pi t .xprali n f i.t* tr of jpr.oeperity io bounteously btstowtd =e^ajs si
and Death notlirs iise lrtd .atJtd i* tI hr* rlll retire to tAfn ranks pn tll. And at the easmi time hum.
.. Ob haaries. 5 cr a lint'. of prrvacr l:v .* 01 [ L.. L y by lii hbly and ferventlly tweeeh Iimtopre. Sold by All C
dt'carst,.i that +h bIs, L ,t eL.ti W of serve us front the arrtgatce of pri- -
4ra Ca.aLi.it"o LitT. the honors of a R bl,,i.iep.i." lh f perity : to imprint upon our hearts a conduered w;ih o m
Ia nd the Thrlce-a-Wevk say that by .uch a declartiion he, lik deep and solemn sense of our obli. for the rights ef ever
.,) World one ert.r .. .- 1 & George \\ashington, thinks that ,l nation to Him forthem ; to remit all people as might b
Sid the Atilanta ((;.) man could occupy II e position of pre'- our offenses and to incline us by His moot lauded governm
and the Atlanta (Ga.) Ident for more Lhan twto term" Iee H,)ly Spirit to that sincere repentance Parties there Ae in
.WHekly Journal one year, 1 50 the president. honestly make tl:hi dc-. and reformation which may afford us other countries sand t
*ah iand the Se-ni.Wleek!y larition tO the tountrp. or dops this I reason to hoae for His inestimable take place on issure,
l nion one year....... declaration come from hint to ruil his favor. and that the blessings of peane. has apparently a full
8 e .ill not :c-pt -tam"-of- real intentions? Dos he thus declare I freedom and pure religion may be the blesiegs of the
Swill no aoept sta!nips of a hislf in order to forestall his real speedily extended to all the nations anid the le al& e.rc
4d nA;onm ta.n. th. 2, -. intention as to the future? of the earth. 'they cause any una
e A *A. We trust that 6ir de4ducton frot In witness thereof, I have hereunto aet which may casti
A FAKE. the peat history of the President'. life set my hand and caused the Gireat Seal early days of the youl
ied in The will fail. But any review of the hia. !of the State of Florida to be aixed. Every liberty-lovin
ie aelt publieof n Tem ory of the present will be forcibly ilone in the City of Tallhassee this that the l4earlor the
ayilse Dail Sun of November convinein of the inordinate greed and the twelfth day of November, in the American soldiers ftl
hasldto T.he nesviile orun had ambition that has always posse"ted year of our Lord one thousand nine Spanish yoke, will pr
ild to J.T. Percival, or anyone him. for we find by a retrolswet of his hundred and four. and of the inde- road of promprity, p.i
lo saboluely untrue. No ndiha- public life that there has twen no pub- pendence of the Caoied States the one But at the iame Umse

gisn on The Oalnesville Sun. The l uet in advocacy o a o in hundred and twenty-ainth. fleet tha while we wa
l^ on was no doubs mad front. order to advyEne his ambition. he has WtILLI. S. JVxaixtis. triumph of governa
iMf nio was no doubi e r been on both sides, always at. I ovenor.*Lt of the govetred"
motives, and the public ean driving at the conclusion that the motl By the governor. Attet: oeror lent of the loversi
asIured that should The aines. popular ide was the ide to epoue, CLt Ca oA Seretar p e the arri
n ever part front its present sr tate. telf deny to eight m
k thle fact wl1 rost be made regardless of i hat may bare been his In the Philippine
through the columns of this previous ultra view as by him e.- CUBANS AND FILIPINOS-A Rt* Deweys.id were mor
pressed in opposition to the position FLEOTION. governmeas than the
Swi be n n the ft previously advocated. We find him dependeIne for which
S .Ba tilhe pas r in the fiterest of first mcivl service terormer.. Where No Ameriean ean pursue the pro. eag. The exatople
I the ptof ach couthe nty- of is he now? W'e gain find him an id- endings of the opening session of the our e a the se o
ltoe pkepe of any particular vocate of economy and reform in all Cuban CoMgrees for this winter with*- give us sme liaht as
he laInterest a Sny prtelar departments of the government; now out feeling a sincere pride in the pro. todo in the Philippin
E. rel Setflte wieney, 1 the earnest and insistent advo' at of, gree, the prosperity and the opeelty P'u:iies aside, ad I
BIe te and manager, as well as unlimited expense. even unto extrava- for independence shown by .'-. people sele, and to the Filli
white employee, are I oOralt gance. We find himn in the master of of the young republic. honor of the A ierle
r born, nd hve never theoal strike an advocate of the The fiscal report laid before the Cu- well to oider this?
I d a Democratic ticket. They j borer; and in the artat strike In Colo- hlra Congress at Havana a few days
ta. the intere of Gaineeville and rado he is struck dumb for fear of the ago shows that during the past year Van D eangr
'A. a eososanty at heart and swih to thwrting of his ambition, refusing to w. an lucrease of more than $18.00.- who wM belioewd
thegtimallte enterprise sueto ward to the nmiers of Colorado his (1 iqn the e ports. and an increase r through by a haad
bey will stand shoulder to taid. We find him overriding the law 412.AX,000 in the imports over the Shetroth of Colorado.
ltlbuor gtalnst any enlcroaThlent iii many Instancrs by taking the pop. preceding year. During the first nine n s. bor
Wp__ Demoarstle principles "or inn Ieen Rte belmd
ar Democratic principle or side of a question in the matter of month. of the present year the x- D
n ti upon she rights of the peo. the Panama, affair. eouavicted of rio. ports from this eiuntry to Cuba were .H tn|
n fvor "o-fcombiotion of caitallating he right, of a sitei.r republic oer $t2,t00.Xi as compared with *16. in-*tsh atns
---- and fomenting a revolution in order tu ",W.) for the corresponding months v.1bmas Kansas,
la othingunirprisem a man so mech as siubvert the right. of that republic of last year. Yellow fever, which was Wyomin, Montan,
Suddenly find out that hi wife Mr. l:ouseTel is a eunundrum, If he practically always epidemic, so to Washington. Oreon
1n wu ore than he doe. is not the malft eounsummate aspirant steak. durinR 'psnish rule, has br'tn iWhy do they not eo
for power. \'lhat dorm the President wiped out completely. The nuibter West in the ame sew
*" hprpvent smoking of a lamp wick mean by hiA publication that he will of schools on the island has reached inlitezible Demoerati
flak the wick in strong vinegar. It not bL again a candidate for re- w ill then burn clear and bright. lion? W'e are drawn to the conclusion pupils, an increase of to,(.IJ. The Ag. be greatly mined. et
:-.;---.- _.. that he means all he says. but at the recultural.Departmnent of the govern- vade. for he never c
N oite absMrb grease more than any time of the declaration hlie was prob- nllent in 156 report shows 'hat remark* without utterionl a v
t her Jewels, and it is this that so often ably envelor.d in a monarchal eaoc. abl imrn rovemnent has been made on that commoweahl
Sass them to become dull and dij- and under its powerful and pleasing throughout Iht* country atd that Cuba merly a oon: reman'
'le.ed. influence labored under the halloeina. since she attained independence ha quite asi valuable a J


----- --.. tion that there should never et another realized a degree of contentment and of Bston who was
t. make a low room look higher let election for president of this grand prosperity never dr* named of by hIIr lfbmoeral' member
the Ortitalim hang to the floor. Short and free republic. It remains with people as possible within so short a land.
Walesi make the room look lower the people. however, to remember tais time. On the day the flag of an indepen
t .te It i._ declaration. and four years hence to dent Cuban republic was raised over II the President in$
-t oidate girl i impress li so vividly upon the public Harana Mr. Harmsworth of The Lou- demand for a revisloi
11mt lid the up-toedee irl ie low mind that it shall hold good. don Daily Mail was one of the English pine tariff and Iree s
Of .1Na lsusPelders. Leave her alone
perhaps she will get the rest of the visitor who observed the ceremonies make himself very un
flftter awhile. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. tin his return to England he wrote in eoimmercial quarters
ig .... a- .- bhig own paper that "'the granting of Seeretary Taft'* ehl
G -od, in Fis infinite goodness and independence to the Cubans meant cessor. Luke Wrighi
ib. g man. twoe :gars aday would mercy, fiag so bountifully bles d anarchy" and that 'within three eralofthe Philippine
Mlou a nice little homell in 25 years. 'the people of Florida that it is neet month the United States would iose warning to the propi
' Jour Wite would have l a lluband that we should derule a day to sineere all influence over Cbas."'anti that they eai.nt be permit
h@Oould be minch prouder of. prayer and thanik-giving to Him for "other powers woult hiave to step in to possibility of ultima
-- the blesting9 that Ile ha4 rouchsafed prevent the Culban, from cutting esth -the inme "superic
SThe wile old maid gt*. wis .r and to us iii enltiuud health. abundant other to pieces." None of the gloomy have just returned hc
o so0 matter how miserable an old harvei Imay be, he Is far happier than a perity. I'uder Ilis guidance we are posrd hot-headed Cubaus. the over- Bil this same Govern
i fe. or the wife of a bad husband. rilijlly develt~roing the resources of, whelmniig majority of whom are men interview two years
Si jr thh iid and forootI. o::r mines and of dusky hue anid mnten who have none "the islands ought, of
Te best lesson children can learn. ihe water in- n:d around our Stale, of the vaunted "Antglu .Saxon" in their dependent as quick as
S' a mte or elsewhere. is to be kind. and His eare hai shielded us from makeup, have covrducted their affair# govern themselves. ali
st til n* rd m'ourleouy. Than ii the plague and pestileiice and from great frontm the start in. a manner to cause poe of my work thenv
4 ll port on nay road and inito' disasters of fire and flood. lie has those who helped them to achieve in- them fit as qiick as pc
"' usibnes. made the blessed rains In fall on the dei wndeafe fee! uintie vnAud of lheii"


At the present time over 2,.qX) wo.
0et are employed in the packing"
baoes at Chieago. They are employed
SMly tIn wmrpping and packing suspl
buttrlae. .

t msMay live among the Frencli fr'
MI allad never once meet a single
055mik-that ME S a iw.a.. .. -..;


land, and Ihr* storms to pass us by un-
harmed The enterprise. ise which we
have turned our hands have yielded
rich returns and all classes and coo.
ditions ofr ur peopJl -are prospering
as never WIbfore in our history. The
universal the happy course of our public affaire
in general are evidences of Ilivine


Cane"


i i Ol~iiea), S

oag the sems at
- uls -we ia
OtUO laMleed o
1 male ised
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r element of Iae
eaipeted In Lhe
ents on earth.
Cuba. a in s.I1
b ileer oontdtloes
but ech party
appreeltiona of
liberty enjoyed,
:eI eauio.e lit
wtly or violent
shadow over the
il repbalie.
i Amerlems hope
SAstllnew," hih
I so fr frtee She


oceed aloag he
ae* a d libent. "
ihis at to re*.
s glory over the
was by the ew i

pe. we delIbewR,
illio s of
!sbleat. *
e tmpable of fll*
Cambeam that le.
they fought s
displayed befos
S Ceabs ehts o
to what wae me&

a styles tO e s.t
lines, and wfor 0
ns Is la is ak


Mea"s of Nevah,
to have wplm
a of ote, islUte W4
There thu-.
the )llahilppi
ratio repreeuta
loOus of pnre-
1 South Debt",
eColorad. ta.,
Idaho. Neevda,
and Cliforabs.
statute the Solid
nr t the ilntes j
oe tatoe oer-n
1 VanDuser will
Ipeeially by XNo
peas his meath
oelferous eulogy
ih. He was for.
s elerk and he Is
ohany Fotzgvnld
long the oply
from New Eog-


slie oe his new
In of the Philip.
sbipping. hle will
popular la some
. It is on2 of
ekems. His soee
t, KOuernor-gem-
*. issoe another
le of 31at1la that
ted todiscosl the
ite independemee
or clasem" who
me from a vielt
at uer expeoase
or W rilgh, in an
ago, said thas
Seouwe, to be Ia-
they are able to
d the whole par.
e will be to make
ossible."


work. President Roosevels declares that
The population of (Cubs is little over he will not bI a candidate for the of.
a million and a quarter. i4f that pop. lBe again. But is not the spirit of
ulation wsome o 7W00 are Cubans of the this pledge violated when he a1atrs
SSpanish-Crole type and 245.00) ne- that Mr. Root s his candidate for his
groes and mulattoes. The balance are suesewor and that he will appointS no
foreigners. Men who have known the body to his cabinet ezexept the osham
Cuban people long and who studied pious of Mr. Shot? If it la snot afe
their -conditions and temperament. and wile for a president to aeeept a
S L11.- "a- ...J_-l.i:..j. *L k..* I.Is I&a.... iL J ia- ta s/.._ L n..ft sALh


Il *very S i'te l
Republlcau Med"g
racy will hae
she shllapih or of the
tslle the fual s mi
that thoe i -f
ofmtoa he

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she pervlsSed
Ariess peuAhhk
gteank hjueumS-s
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Scleaner taty
Royal ae

wife to produce at hoi

nonically, fine and tj

hot-biscuit, puddings

cake, crisp cookies,
mufinswrth which t


I found at the bake-sh
not compare.

SRoyal is the create

novas aaInae POWO.





*NTYGSNIENSE

Roow Cofas"al Intwee Oath*.


PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

,Wt Ha Happened and What i Going
Sto happen Told n Short Paragraph
me Tht "He Who Runs May Read"
it Hn The Stun.


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Aem FWdav's Daily Som.
Bev. S. C. Farrie of Melntosh is in
the city.
i. M. Chamberlain of Tacoma was
in the ity yesterday.
Ch bitty of Mleanopy was among
the business vitors to Gainesville yes-

Mesdames W. T. and II. B. Lowman
Of WIlliston were shopping in the eity
yesterday.
(. W. Parker, a progressive farmer
of Alashus, was trading in the city

J.Lee Stokes of Mieanopy was among
these who visited the county capital
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dow have re-
tured from a brief visit to friends at
High Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Kite of North 4iaine-
Ville have a "high flyer" at their home
It the form of a bouneinr boy.
Dr. J. D. Watkins returned yester-
day from MNicanopy, where he spent
Wednesday night with his family.
J. W. Patton has returned from the
West End, where he has been engaged
In serveying for Northern parties.
Hon. R. B. Weeks of Hawthorn.
hafrman of the school board. was
touMg the prominent visitors to this
Sty yesterday.
MIN Belle Chitty, a charming young
lady of Micanopy, is in the city for a
tow days,. the guest of her sister, Mrs.
J. Fletcher Hill. k
PoNtmaster.l L. Townsend of Rex.
Oe'of the most influential citizens ot
his action. was transacting business I
lathis city yesterday.
5. J. KIrby and W. J Horton of La.
Cro0e were in the city yesterday. hav.
Ilt eome to make Collector Dickin-
SMn's heart glad by paying their taxes.
For Sale-300 acres good farmingM
land one mile from LaCrosse-; 160
fret in cultivation; four tenant
baN s oon nremise". Terms reaponf-
able. Addrese I iI Cooksey. L.a.
Cro e. Fla. w t
iH. L. Illiteh and family have re-
MinWd to Williston, where Mr Illitlch
hs eneured a position with C P. Brew-
Or, the contractor They expect to re-.
strattoGainesville the latter part of'
DeemOber. however.
J. C. Hancock of Arretondo. .I A.I
Mal taby of Campville and ). N. ill I
Of lVaehoots were amoug the visitors
1 Gaaimeeville yesterday. The latter
MS to enfer with Dr, tidAeman in


om Sat(red.'. ie aNs. Mrs. Male Cle d of High t
mWa. Itolline of HRrhelIte was in the we* amSOMS t4O who favored the ltgo i
olty yweterdsy. with a visit peeterday. I
Mrs. 1. nma:i lll aIf 1 .nit I:'* as After a brief eojoura here as She 9
i*Loppin t Jl thi- city yreat rday ueet of Mrs. Fraltk It. Beawell. MNn,
L.uess H itk ktf Hague- was tranlct. to. Moer has bee returOed to lum. I
in tg businer in th, ciiy jrsterday. nellon. She expects to rmume her
ad e t Mrs *10). .Cro. of :iJckry Point rdeMkhb nt r on
wasrpa.llt.rtcity j Prl ia.re tulrn from \'irglial. This will be
Sji g t. ,, gratifying new to the lady's*nmerous
1m and_ ll. was".,- a""H'r """ "" frln4ehere.
muffins, and tea bis.. .t.. v.tr t. ti,,l Cy ted. The ladles of le J. J. Finlet Chap
fy Wvill be fri h and Mrs J. O. lifseof Alashus tar will give an ojtr suplier uo TToe.
I I -r* .n.ongl those who favored taines. day afternoon ad evening, November
Uw holesome. l with a isit ysrdy. 22. The supper will be given a the
SDr I 1.. Cloud of .At1.el., on.w of vacant store of T. V. Porter. south side
v e r helps the house the promiaen.. citise.. of t,.a thrivin ou.,. oeea, .m, cake a........ ...Me
town. favored the couityj capital with madecandy will aleo be served. This
me, quickly and eco- a visit emteurday is venr fur the bee 1 os hi (lid 1 S4.
q c, yMiss Fannie Cook has entered the lierm. Home and other obligations of
asty cake, the raised Odd FeJlows' Sailarium. whe.e she theChper. The publio is .ro,
S 1 will reiv iuiftructicn id become invited to give them their patronaie.
, the frosted layer- a professional nurse. F Sw Iw
Z, T. t roman of LCrum and Cal. Oorge k of R0 Pa sad W.
crullers, crusts .and in iroome of Archer were in IhO city A. Snowden of Mklwopy won in t&eM
yemt:rday. having come for the purpO eitly yesterday.
he ready-made food of paying their taxes. Prof. M. C. MeaImhs,b principal of
or do.e Mrs. L. J. Clyatt and children have he Archer whool, was a visitor tot this
Op or gr does retri.ed from Urmatilla. where theh l Y yelsIday.
have been on a pleasant visit to the V. J. Herrlon, he lumber matekst.,
former'* parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D Sarer of Bellamyr. to speMadlg keas y
t of bake-day helps. with hh family h
st bake-day l&Maj. W. R. Thomas departed yes-er. Our elOb plan aeure beot Cesaai
day for Kentucky. where he will pur t AItnret s. Wgritse Cubat Ied
*t c.. Nwe yoRk. ehae a carload of Afln stock for livery abl 810 ilme 'lF. deow .
and sale purposes. He expects to be Obsbe Pmneat bck while4
-- ........ e s ale. Addme ss. W.-
Simonson's Wond.rfil Salve for sale abenlt aout sea days. M. te sy POls, rTa. 41-0*.
by J. W. MeCollum & Co. The fGrieed of Miss Nanule blekia. v. M oldO, lhe Prfl s
W. T MeLendon and Massey Hodge on will be stifled at the inforeatiso divie of Misste, et aong lhe
of Alach na were among ihe vislrors to1ta she ir mWoveuraltw heoa of visitors toalmevirll peatdi
this city yesterday. Sir. Melendon fever whieh has a eth d her to ho Malph emsa
enjoys the reputation of being the bom toom fors tthreeweeks.kof Mil h Sain
melon grower of the county, and rays Alex Read of Moatbeook, superida tase who faveed The ftsk wvihavS
next season he propo.4e to plant soT- tends of the Tyler Lumber Compa, yeteday.
enty-five acres, one of thet lariet ad miasl soeeeful e W. Dro cad R8. F. a4 W. M.
8tr1tyed-From nimF Ilace. November firma In ha semstion, was isong the iato of Orang lihwresnag
g, nt.o Iarge gyry rnarn muule, oneyed ; business visitors to this city yesterday. sho0twho paid Theduk m nagmsI
shod on front ftet; sixteen years old. E. W. Ward of Hawthorn and R. H. call yee#Srday.
in meedium order. Reward for infor. Ward of Fairbanks were among the
malion leading to recovery of same. visitors hi city yesterday, The friends of Mrs. W. H. Davis ave
.. E, Fugate. Alachua, Fli vt.itor to this sity y.terday, and
o t hTe v rtmadn an agreeable cali. the at" Sto welcome h b sw gal. en s
Among the visitors to this city yes- (I l i t a elo e l a
terdy wa 'erry Ramsy. the ** former subscribing for Alachac's lumi. a ple st 'visit t4 llllols, (I
terday was Perry 0. Ramsey, the 're- and T1alii1ese**.
cent benedict" of Wacahoota, and on0i0 nary'.
of the lending citizen of the a county. Mr. Long of Waldo will remote to After a plemsant rvist 1oherdagb.
of tile leading citizens of the county, hsUlm"Meoet, Kiss ea NeN a r, M. J. S.
lie reports good rains in his section. this city. He has rented from Henry lar. de9te ySt,* t k
and says the truck farms are looking Ramseyorth iainevillte, the trk s
flue and promise prolife yields. @eotiae. which will be occupied byome as Bissame Rp.
T ihiih l(f and interestinC family. They Chamberlal's Steesnsh and Uer
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. weeks and chill- hwielf and interting family. TabletT arem beaming a S ahedtte O
dren and Mr. anmd Mr. (eorge rEille will welcomed as resident here. t t
of High Springs pawed through the Mrs. M. Dzialynskl. formerly of this For sale ly alldaleos.
city yesterday en route to their old eity but more weently of New York, e 0. VW. Baldwin sad dausgherlof Me
home in )Palatsk. Mr. Beaks was here on a visit to her son. A. Daltlyn. neewere among sae vision t the
called on ancmnt of the serious illness shi. and friends. Her daughter, Mie county esp-ial pyestaeda. Mr. BaMl-
of hi. father, who resides at Pl'eniel, a ertie, who is also residing la New win aled at The Sea on ilad se
suburb of Palatksa. York, Is visiting in Jaeksorville. and newed blh smbseripie.
Alien lHalle of Live Oak was in the expees to favor (ainesville with her W. A. hiw amd daughter, MipNa.
eity yesterday. Mr H ile, who is an presence during Christmas week. ale. mcae o thls estly tns. their he
old .Alehus county boy. having been His Honor Judge Mason yeterdty at Monathbrook yesterday. 311- Namal
reared on the magnificeent If aile home- issued a marriage license to Solomon came to have ses dental wek p
stead neat Alachum, has decided to re. Mosely and Bell Jorion. The breaking formed by Dr. Alderman.
turn with his family to his old home. of the cool weather bas oaueed a lull The Seen Sears o CoeaolMatiee,
His numerous friends will be pleased in the marriage market. but Judge Ma- whieh has been in seels here fee the
at this In formation. son is praying for a drop in tshe temper, p1 thee or four days, gave a p
.. H Dye of Mlicanopy, representing nature. Wood eaosts monoey-but mat- yesterday afternoon whleh was
the Dixie I'ortrait Company of Rich. rimonial candidates "pay she freight. rcditsble. The parde w led hq te
moud. Va.. was in the city yesterday. .1 T. Collins of Rochelle, one of The GaIevrille eolond band ad attestedl
He was en route from Lennon. Otter uu*'s subscribers and friend, was in a great dealof favorableassteaon.


Creek and other points on the Cedar the city yesterday. He was summoned W. A. Strleklad, ome of the pem.o
Key division of the Seaboard Air Line on account of the illness of his brother, nets ellUens of the Paradise seeetioa
in the interests of his house. and re. who is sufferin r at the Sanitarium from was among the visitors to thiseityy1e
ports a good busineAA. the effects of a large carbuokle on his terday. Mr. Striekisad, who Is alo a
J R. Emerson of Kirkwood was neck. The patient is regarded as suecesful planter, will begin grinding
among the visitors to this city yester. being in a ieriuil sonditio. but It i cane tomomrw. and lanvites all bil
day. Mr. Emerson has been for many hped he will soon recover friends to come and "flI up" on aules.
years engaged lit the mercantile buiS- Attention is called to the advertise- John Kite of Hague. one of the pra-
ness at that place, during which time meat of McrCrtnirk & Howe, who an- porous farmers of that steela, was i
he enjoyed a fine trade, but recently ounce that the hunting season ise on, the ity yesterday and made The Sea
sold his interests to J. W. Sinquefleld and readers arena minded that they an agreeable all. iHe brought a nuo-1
of Mississippi. Mr. Emerson may doe have guns for rent. pale or exchange. ber of chetnute which were raled -1
cide to locate in Gainestille. ammunition, etc. They want country trees on his farm, and says hewill have
-- ..... _. produce, and will pay the highest a great many of this delielous not this
READ TH I prices for same. .111 goods are fresh aeon.
.READ II and the prices are guaranteed. A visitor to this city yesterday who
Redbone, Miss.. Sept. 24. 1900. Mro. II. E St ckliridge of Lake City, has traveled extenalvely thbroghobot
I)r. E. W. Hall. St. louis. luo -Dear president of the 'Ilorida Division of the country states that sweet potatoes,
Sir: In reply to yours of a recent the United IDautihters of the Confed. sugar cane. corn etc.. on the farm of
date in regard to the efficiency of eraey, has returned to her home. after L. C Manning. near' Hague, is the
liall's greatt Discovery as a kidney a delightful visit hire. As has already ftiest and most prolitic he has seen in
cure, I can safely say that it is well been stated. a recortion was tendered the county. lie congratulates Mr.l
named when they call it a WI)NIEICR. by Mrs. 1F. 11. McCreary. president of Mtanning upon hil practicabitity and .
I havesuffered witLh a weakness from Kirby Smith C'hapter. to Mrs. Stock- success as a farmer.
the kidneys for year* and have tried bridge. in order that the ladies of Win. Littledale. traveling salesman
all advertised remedies for the coin- Kirby Snith might have the honor to r she E .1. Smith Company, candy
plaint. as well as physicians, and 19all's meet her wmile here h to f cr the .. h Company, vandy
Texas Wonder is the only thing that meet her whib. here and crackers. Jaeksonville. was In the
has giveIIt an relief- ought to say. Attention is dir-eted to the change city yesterday. lie was en route to
Seffected anbsolute cure. of advertisement of the Baird Hard. his home at Hawthorn, where he will
(ikUe. l-Ho'g. ware Company which appears else- spend Sunday with his family. Mr.
'-- where in this issue. The cool weather L'ttledale states that the country is
A TEXAS WONDER. and hunting season has struck the's se. in excellent fnloancial onditiu,. and
)hne small bottle of the Texas Won- tion, and Lhis energetic lirm very wise. that his trade was never letter
der. 11all's Great Discorery. cures all ly advertise, stores, ranges and heatl- After a pleasant visit to Mrs. Iseaa
kidney and bladder troubles, removes ers. ammunition and guns. A mail Levy in this r;)y. Mr. and Mrs M. H.
gravel. cures diabetes. seminal emis- space is devoted also to Ellwood's fa- Newberger ,,t 1avranah depOrted yes*
sions. weak and lame backs. rheuma. mots worven wire fence, of which the terday for Ocals, where they will be
tiam and all irregularities of the kid- firm are large sellers throughout Flor- the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J..Starr
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tofnpewbt edWo
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Skw den O .tt Sim
a ila 'to men a
t Seemalp. May e.maial.t
sW athe reens of pqlile
l y meshestod, sad leeks.
Imqi e4"S iUldS I the matter
77-M M oese beore tibis
a their ti wl am tat
ll s a- pmelble= might
i-mfi t/hem who a ilht
.i / el relate t. IIWe
:qiu9uii s with what. lanetestU L
t wI S M VP A u*i ft **we ***
Il athlqy views pMeBnted to us,
lb. *S theWkW i an ,rom.
.oiMohd ed tsshia.m, ftr above the.,
Not l s, e vW Mr. PoNp. The
,l ,te "wik he w fit to ait loti
ne o satil m phllosphle), so
ies;4 wIth Slhe mon ad.

W.ag a lumi.1
Sin* lStat without niwltatilo
i t chase him m uperlateua-
6t iplih ahot. 'Very son ati4
sllote t he weat actively to
*ss it' "In his, 1i4ial elMsrl this
S i S*ei aulined that he was a
WAt tWit I athe t omprehension of
00t 10nWnmatter of his office and a
s iat. haS I tiOe e dmution of the
"t dtiils whileh thronged and
4$gnde daily opon his task. As time
w O e0 6Ae eon*sssdy etw, wi.h a
netloqig growth'itSmimll the lines
eh lsuet be f tllowed In^ this vast
tabeet t. ptabileedntlion. White he
eaed the i netwllty for strict adher.
see to reIogmlad euvolesions on
the theory of edueotioaa he never
heltaw d for i moment to inrntilgae
WW $*IW sof thought aiid actilo.. and
whst selldoest had been reached, to
." O thon with e oure an with ma s.
S efl lth ellomene. He uondronstood t
It lflet extent thatin the develop-
me t of sie mind growing to
Sl miatuelty, the power of thought
WeM ad. the poler of expression
sh0 ld e nash receive their full quota of
a sidseitlondi; mew did he ever fur
S~a mlonment rul nqhish a stronghold
ml iIpoin his determination to carry
'e along wich mental development the
dtievelopmiuent of characiter o that his
Mi es of edwestion should include both
,'th mindm and the heanri. Working
O.. pon these broad courses i.. ear-
w. rled forward our system of eduea
riot ,tio a posltilve degire of benuerment,
age lailng the totandaion for ftiture i ov l-
sttilaton deep act ad ae so that
those who might come after him could
n readily build ea what he had done
is* ltannlg was that of the scholar
and not that of the pedant h, isouht
the mouret orf knowledge. rather thatf
f to abide bl the deviousl eolun.t o( the
to strnam whmih midht florw therefrom.


led In thsl wise he wa always self.reliant.
tnd not, however, to such a degree as to
lhe make him regardless of the. meritorl-


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'WAnuitTowru DsssA%.Ch't;
"T, I. TIxNLTv
"A 14,. MI.LS,
W. A. FELYQEI.,JL.
"J. W. C -%aAvsln."
ProfesMor Pound relFed his po.I-
tla to -ept P the eaput a tedegney of
EaM FlrMsida Wemilar. ad is maklng
a gms seomei of tMhe ollee hem.
He is -a edeater of the hlghmest sed-
idt, iad his rensle age highly appI.
4mia ehe.
SA Nev Le.
T lift that lad eUathe tomasoh take
Iradtl Dppp Qe On. Is di4ans what
yel 4t. Seor seswo h, -etelhin, -e
a sssesMh and all dledens of the
oimsl that an4 emabltan3 l"tantly1
nsllent ad prmseinealy oeard by
the ls of Kodol DyPsppea 0au. a.
P. Storm, a druaisti at f7 Main etie.I
New Brifelr, onm.., Sys:"Kodl Dyt-
peigla is giving eeh uiTveMal satis-
fbellin and as so surely beiomlag the
pstilve relief and eubsequest *wre fur
this distreelag ailment, I feel that I
am always ume so satify and gratify
my eatomers by recommending it to
them. I write thi tos show how well
the reiedj is spoken of here." Kodol
Dyspepsia Oure was discovered after
years of elentailef experiments sad
will positively eaure all stomach troeu
bin. Bold by all drurisutp.
BIOS ARE ASKED.
Architect J. K. Taylor Wants Oontrac-
tore to Send in Estimates.
As will te wsen fmm aminouneememnt
lelswher in this isslie, Jamne TTaylor,
supervising architecltt at WVashington,
is king bids for the construction
complete of the United States post-
oafee building t Giinttsville,
Copies of the plarLts and sprrtl0a.-
ions nmay be evertred trom Poinstaster
Amrnw, or from the Tre.aary Pepmit-
ment at Washingiton, a tlhe diseretwao
of the utbm rvising tarchites.
11ids will be rect-ived at tie Treasury
lrirtnment. Wla hington. until 3
o'elok on n aftierilnoon f of( teniber
21. and then opeouv4.
Constipation.
itieilth in lholuitMlv intiwewihlu if
consttipation tpreienit. .Many ser-
lous case@ of Ieer uatd kidney cun-
plaint have sprung (from iegleected cone
stltition. Stclh a deplorable condi.
lion is unnecessary Thero is a cure
for it. Ilerbine will speedily remedy
masters. C. A. l.mdsay. I. M.. tiron.
an, PFl .weilt,. Feb. 12. i0o?: "lIar.
ing tried Hlerbimn f find it a fine moed.
iluie for cr3 0tipt*lim." 0jW bottle.
Sold by W. Il. Johnson.

PRODUCE AND SAVE

YOUR MEAT

For the inforantillu of those who d9e-
sire to have their hoKi moet Cited in
our cold Mtolrte we reeommcnd the
following method of preparation:
A, 'con a* the bateheredl antuzal het cootles
down. eut up an? tlati tio I~wrfei. .hbae. eIrnn
iaw chime bones on hams, aml.i tlade bonct on
imouk^eNr lt Iti the unnial marntr. ulngi not
more thean Ipounlid ma!. t ounces brown u.s-'
ar,. I oniBe halt|ter moad I ounce red pepper
to weat IS' iouwMe ot mtnt. It bibouil renrh
the ctsd Itorate not hater thain three 4ayd at-
ter Hperetlrdt. If anr iadditlonal .alt is nedl-
eA alter reaehin1r 1.r we wtull nli) l lii e
ln eld utortae 4t to tW da.t *. ss of siet. Afrw taking frim -d ltorite Uah h
I1t warl w ter ujiday.,thfih euwrrastir ,pii
. arlyI t unultn. a! i toI Cil ul tta ctLs tlim,
fir. or othr gero .-"n idti' al niAtikq at
Iracrri^l for ithrre week'. Il witl tale nlivoke
;l, tqieg ly tirni uli the mu*di' freil n )m hlir)-
wood makes thie bct'>t miuioke. Wbhim dl tin3 ,
dows smul laek I. bioxr. 11 l ier "it out i. tirin


then o ti air meton lie 1= 1 w ai will atu e i
dioe MeatA" ani a an hi te r >.I,'. e .it21 klM rtirl haivzi& rI.ri r uI tfw''lir% attn' will,
mh..i Iii rrg h noa


l8leM wh o # whlem he em in e*
.t4 Noer see- wmiing0 featuen of
hi was hmlefl te tl duMatiy. While
iPl eas N afipelybe yet mrunketd as
on i t seleWe, the ll o who a"e d4.
tlqW their live to Ii4 plUtion ar.
ft eilo, no fill of thklght and every
0d4 oif laiiIvntual setUivy, we feol
that se great laderilmlg principles of
lednftoi aen betolg sbo tlouthly anm*
i audSl saderstood and io areurawely
apped ot all the multlforis require.
SeRia of huonln liif li_ ih 4 i niatIiol
0111 be secnc )tglished and ihat it will
sake nto pllice amongsl lthose bigheet
aeltlertments dretln4l r ,t the 'A.
V*emmeaoet Sad blessing of mnilkid.
Amotl edueatrs of this ela" stiind
Mr. Pound.
"Thoe oard of Kduaetlii of Bibb
county resolves, that in the lresigna.
tiot of Mr, Jeerr M. Pound, it tiat lost
* most taluable coadjutor in a great
publle work. and this board eommends
hima to Ihe people of his new Itome as a
ean of knowledge. of enrage, mad of
hearsljer. well aslculated in all roa.
pets to fulfil the noble mnisiton it aan
dIestor.


For Sali by Johiwon Bros.. Gainosville


GAINESVILLE NURSERY
0ftr ftho eemles Fill a WMlltW a chel laet of hdded d grltir
PWA.N TRElM a1t @h stmaki varllliti, lsWh a have a rmrl rer ,,
bind themi. Ale Fruits, Oralnstals. E. Catalkuer sad bt4l iN
*MianefMl enaillaur" h aI I r
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A.G LAM A ION il .

H ,ave uch a Thing i ",,,
Various -0nomia-
flihls Ditfferenlt I h" ,


VeIw i'*- P'-'- -- T
.I.mo .t to Gallnesville ,, I, ,vi ,, .., ,
.l.. O ...Wlhalt To 1Do 6
a visit covtrin n p .rio, t il o *ati ,. li
,y lit. li W in.l K ->Ull, ,^.,., ,., ., ,, ,,.
4of dall Ip I I I fills vi-l N .1k .1
of lhe Diocuse O Aiktlg dltilt, ,: l. li t i i.. 1 '. 1 "I,. i ,
ied Friday for Orlando. ,.ti N I't li- t,. I .r "
h oioL enie.. ii oplea int i li 'i It I-t, i 'ii tv 1, i 11. i',l ,% rfe
soelable and jova. S Col. P1- ,.- .
il a il ot pleasing iiaKner lie ', a- .n l r, ilt it Yn'l, 1 ,i ti
beeh- r, atndl r IT lit .N.iii ..! t 1i i."T.,I.l lit
tour of inspection (of t1 m ny f i-tn tou i .
hh of tlio diocese, pwhili coin- 1 i n I litl th, t t !i'l
the en irt tait west it the tieiit' tdiir ; -t wa ttioo
tahooOhee rivir, i l' nti l rerlil,. l II .tI n' i tlL & w fl'Root
Sid the condilioiS v ry nc l r- C tir it. w nl ( .rit! l -ra l te"i t mi t .Ilt
S in the m majority of pariiheSi it ilg '-,.-. li lyi ,. .c, !., in,
.,, II '. .1_,_ t it .... i u liII il i b >;\f ll ci< I t-k. r4 !4 b %v iau -
'j ted," remarkrd the ltluap,. rerin r tl ,iet w1 ..n ui 4 i* .
.1-..s l ii iilt% -ct-lit 4i1 wl it-.le4111 i a l .' -
gsa sakld relative to tlie matter. I You may 'altiV a *.wajl1r lti.1 ~iae ,
& W the bhurches in a healthy finalncial omok that .tll-, all
ig' tion as a rule, but The most ein-. liluntlt,iKt-itilrt-
u.gi g lnfornation I could give for "il. .. r l .
I.latlion is the felt that the church Itoin, N. V When 11 3aiwa
b.I growing throughout the entire wvrititig unltimt tlli japewr alnd don't
O. almost every church having an tkiee any nihtakic, but reiiibn hiler th
.kA IIT I.... --,-i n, D'r. Kiluier'i Swainp-Koot, *ad
..i tl mbnhip. I el g iatly the ,dre.s, Iingbamtuu, N. V.
S.''s- hrd over the prospects of lie _____
.O S0Ib Ohurch In Florida, and antliel. -. "- -
i that some day it will rank faor- MODERN WORKMEN ORGANIZE.
bi' wish the leading Proteitant de-i
ioI eInpolaint o number" Healthy Lodge of Membership of Fifty
m.-k I e n e m sed Instituted Thursday Night.
he:: asked regarding the suggested
g spion. of all churches, Bishop I There is a liw* order it this oity. It
., tie replied that he did not believe 'L t erined the Moderin Workmen of the
It.P-"zrotleable. "It is Intended so. World,, and woo inlisuted Thursday
Ot Sisre shall always be religious dif- night in the lodge ruom of the P. 0. 8.
rj-wusee ampog the people." he re- of A with a nmieth-rsohip of fifty, by
'mtw d. "8otlog as the world shall Organiter William 1. Crozier, who has
S.Wa thefr will be diffllerenees. It is beell working in it* interest for the
palemable to believe that it would be pat1 few days.
*aliftelst matter to make a Presby te. inasmnuoh athe'lrderearries not only
ibs oft of a )lethodiss; you a social feature aimoni its members,
oauKt make the I'resbyterian but a benvolt it. fraternal and insur.
~lltve with much faith in the ance featureI as well, i will no doubt
30lssc Gl ree d ; and It is an undis- prove qulle popular aniong the me-
fact that Is would be so chanical class, for whom it was prinei-
Ineekof an imposibilit\ to inpee a pally intended, here. There was a
I stull to divert from _tbiSiii by deep interest manifested at the meet.
hienton," good-naturedly continued ing Thurday r iot. at whircl officers
th bishop. "as it woutd be to make a for the ent itling )ear wer. telveted as
daek quit the water. I believe that follow#:
Religious differ ne oeome nas W. A. Jon. inmastir workman ; F..
010l, for the Christian people have dift. I. Seaiel. srtl. ; \ 1. I.Aiidrron,
k seit lnterpretations of the llible;* banker. ltr. .T II. Ciolso, mIedical ex.
ao two denomlnatiotns cai view the aniu.r; W .I. *akrr. pr.-.ate: C. eA.
geti.Work of God in the tsame a wy., Harrod. gu'i-: W thapia ll. war.
s' a for that !easoou. in imy opinion the de1 n ; W 6..1 4'r. *nw ll. indv rentiiiel;
ittrof iamalganattiotl is an iminiosti- 11. S i 5 i iiii Stlin l; .1. L.
Wi blly." Shaw, 1 1 K.L, n d It, t1. -ies, trust.
Is tobe regretted itht bishop Kien. k'e.
.a eould not have remailntld Ia.! con- FROM SOUTH AFRICA.
dusted services next Sunday, but irm-
Sprtant duties demallnded llhi attention New Way of Using .Chamberlain's
elsewhere. While here he expressed Cough Remedy.
himaelf as bring well pleased with the Mir. Art'iiur C'hapman, writing from
pgres of tihlt city. "I note the many lDurban. Natal. South Afriea. says:
aadIsome residences and business As a proof liilt (hanimbrlain's Cough
billingss which have been erreted l:minedy is a cure suiitalle for old and
her withlih the past twvo o(r tree yearss, young, I ieii you the following: .A
aid I want to congratulate the people nteibbor ofir mine had i child just over
of Galnevill on their push and en- twmountho lhid. It had a very bail
*p.' Your miagnilleent public school cough and the parents did not know
b. fling,itaoding yonder on that hill, wh.t tolgfe it. I suggested that if
b a living monument la the prosperity they would get a bottle of Chamber.
Si your citizens. and yoti deerv the lain's Cqugh Remedy and put some I
tOaramtltlioas of the entire Sttile." uiponi the dummy teat the baby was
...-- suckirt it would no doubt cure sihe
MEETING OF TRUSTEES child' Th ty did and brought
--.-- nb'it i ql'ick relief anid cured the
,Of Gainesville and Alacliua County baby I iia r,'mnedy is for sale by all
Hospita! ilo..oi-tion. drtggi.tl.
SThe board of trustete of tw' i(.,tni!- E. F S LOST TO TAMPA.
"i- is It d Alach a (, ,ui l ltist -
Aeislation met Dt, il i1ttwinf 1' r. Gainelvile Had the Science. But Out-
lartigue Thursday .vn.ng. andl classed in Weir h by Competitors.


. mIderable inter ist wus marii t- s, ..iii L.. Su.,
T, 'e meeting was called for tl r maf't. I- ,ve'nI r IN In tli
PupoWe of diteussing plins for th" ga in" *f (.o Itr:i I liher, t lany let ween
hospital. which resulted iii tht a- ist nri in .ii' ary and th r Tiipa
Puttmtent of a commnittle compriming tern. i LC Irli r l. 5 ._. HIarrison !1,d ildge#. \W. It. Tayl r l ei.ai, ,i i ,.i Ii v, ,a pretty game.
I C.. C. Pl'drick for lie ts leetioni w -,. .lI.d, uti t h% TL tnlpA ap grega-
Asluitab e lot ullpu which to *rct the n t dvana of F in
i iln haille. f; advantage of E. F. S, in
buiatliin. A lot 'ki't will te re.- weight, ,linig inmuh heavier. Thel
Sqlhltd to Reumrnf .d nil-ldinig a.in'vill iys had thein onuielaed I
'a" afford g0"round. n .i Iii Ry- e
in sc ,ie tice. liowrvpr.
Th e ommulti hais sveril i4)1 in
View, ; md will r'po"t at an early et- Chamber.,ln Cough remedy Is
la6 of the board. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is
Pleasant to Take.
Not a ick Day Since. The thieMt quality of granulated loaf
"I was taken severely icek with kid- sgui r is tu'd in the manufacture of
**I trouble. I tried all sorts of mcdi. ha'l"biainllri'it t'uugh Remedy. and
.ilm. none of which relieved mie. ont. fi' roots, iioedl i t iie'paretion tive I
lt I saw an aRd of your Electric lit- it a tivir "sniilar ito maple syrup,
tfl ttd d th o.....t .... ii e .t ,ti-meid to t ,ake. Mr.


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THM NEWS PROM ALACHUA.
Th Storki Visits Home of PronneT S VILLA.
Citlien-,-Perg0M t5 Not.s. I!'" W.. a-tssa p.... I
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".' 1 l i i a 1 I $
sut' a, if( thw death i i la rg i ) Iu ..'.
if II t s in t hi" v .'iiity I
r*.X. t l>. May of t' -rry wast i.
Aht c41y Fnrmtday.
leroy PVertm. whI is attend ig
Kast Firirla Sem"inary ma i& i14 .*I.
sp-rint Sunday with his parents.
'Itis M)imie Stour has entered col.
Le at Sitherlaiud.
.lMie I.eila Cait of Hiigh ,'rings
sPnIt Satlirday ai4l Stindlay here.
Mr. arid Mr.. A. S3 Johnson are vris.
iting relatives in Mlrion county.
Mrs. Mtarkey of High Spriugs was in
the aity yesterday.
Missee Florence and Mollie M'Jy
o( Forest (irve were in town Wednes.
day.
The young e-ple are having a nice
time taking in the "cane grindings"
Mothers Praise It.
.Mother. eerrywheft praise OeI;
minute Cough pure for the sufferings
it has relieved anid the live of their
little onee it hs atvl4d. A eral.'
cure for coughs, croup 9Dd wloopilag
cough. A! L. Spafford. postmaster. of
Chater, Mileh usa : "Our tlit giril
wua unconou from *itmranguslat
during a sudden and terrible asteek of,
eromp. One Minu eCog o CUrequiek.j
ly rioeved and eured hWr and I W auStl/
praise it too highly." 0One Miue
Cugbh Cue relieveT eoQa e, i. ak
bInlthag easy. uteout phlegm, draw*
out infltamalion, and remove **y*i g
eaue of a cough and strain on lunt.
Sold by all druggists.
Friday Mornings Fire.
An alarm of fire was turned in lait
4:-b o'clook Friday morning, whieh'
suinnmoned the department to Oak i
falil. East Main street, S with usual
prom)iptness.
The building has not been occupied
(fr tome time, the family of W. P. lee
being ab4ent in Brunswick. (it. 31r.
lee, during his visits here. however. I
ha. been sleeping in the house., ad i
was enjoying his nocturnal slumberi
wlien Ih was awakened early by a
Tackiilig noise. Hie immediately dit-
c'vered the cause and reports their
mn.tter to central station, which wus
Ithe nearest poitit.
The furniture and household effects
nf Mr. Ilte has been stowed in Oak
Hall isiiCe the depayriure of his family
for (eorgia, and it was in one of the
tro.iii which was closeId that the tif
originated. The origin is unknown.
I.ui it is supposed the lire was caused
front rate Ikniting matches in the
ipo-kei of an old hunting c*at.
The damage wsll ;ghlt. and will not
exceed $1IX.
A Runaway Bicycle
Termiinated with an ugly cut on the
leg of .1. B. (rner. FranklinGrove, 111.
It developed a itubbori ulcer uayield-
ing to doclors id remedies for four
years. Then Buekirn's Arnica Salve
curd. It's just as nood for burns.
scalds. ikin eruptioins and piles. 23c at
all drti stores.


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1ifrn ea Shrt In Their Acccunts
:'":. Ab n
4Athens, i0. No., la.-There C is a
Witth las the seeounts of tile eashb
' a*4 tieteit eller at sthe depot of
b C *e OW alalroad ID this city, and
t. tp iYouRF mei who held those of.
* J, HaBasod Chuteo and Jo
qiiS Iauter-ave left tor parts



lthl. it 11 rtmaored that Chil.
. yI wa.i ktie. esslier, Is abort
M(itten from one to three thoumund
Oten. while Ituaser's sbertage Is
gIbsd a"t four or lvO hundred 4tllars.
*: ele ag Auditor Rhodes. of the
- 'ttllroed, icowe to Athens last
to e cheek up the acSount in the
C0O0 lWr0. lie worked on the booltn
(1ll df4 Btulrday. and did n t rcom.
pl the work. Hle went back to Au.
$ita and retruied to Athens Storu.
Tuesday morning (Thtiders and Ifun.-
Sft lRIed to show up for work, and<
0qa4mtl Agent Cox at once bWxan to
IawMtit l a to their whereabouta.
lile toued two notes at the obfle ad
dmmed .to hims, and on opening them
Beinl that Iey wore from Utlhe t wi
yTOng BO.


Rissian Stateu Veey udly.
Se PfnaeIeo, Nov. IL-Dr. M .No
gs1i. Of Tokhs. who has personally
Mted many o0f ta Japanese and
balMa wouaded ta the thospitalm of
jSat slotes the beginning of hostll
am. Is ble C on his way to London to
Mi a paper before a soclty or mar-
gese there oan illet wounds and their
tatment during the present war. HI
Spmeim surprise at tho wounds in
1ted br the small bullets used by
the Ja-ies aMd the small detb
ae. whh b they cau,. The ousalan
blet used is far maoro deadly, he saysa

N. Change In Pall River.
it River, Mass.. Nov. 18.-About
1as swch machinery was In operation.
ls the thy's cotton mills today as on
Wedoa aope mills reported gain
la the bamber of hands going ln andt
othansa loss. Altogether, tho altuar
tim was not greatly changed, and
there was little to encourage the be,
1ief that the ion; strike will be brok.
te at present.

Colnel-. rackenridge Betteri
Loulsville. Ky.. Nov. 18.-A long dal.
taoe telephone message from Axing
tfm ay:. Dr, I. 1i. Clarke announced
today that Oqloel Breckenridge passed
a comfortable anlM. but that his con.
ditto is practically unchanged. The
eoloel's entire right side is paralysed.
He Is unable to speak. but appears to
hbe aseWous of what Is going on about:
the bedslde.
North Carolina Man Cheaes.
it. louils. Nov. IS.-The oatlOnat
0vetifoI of railroad mainteaunee of
risway employee elected John T. Wild


DIr. JohllsY4n tfI I Pit I ilget theo kitchen
*rrma*r w a.t i 4s Isi itthl'it-hit'lhen on
hith I llialt wagt tdriVI':I, or irepard,
for talle nit 1giret' thi rlloilwiK itiIvs
[IIt iutplIirt of lhi !vw.
'Tim hurInl. l A.,n Ii elW ttlb mrit.
What h ltItj ut r tint 7' \m"i .r4. ti he rru 'ait
404i. ?
How dlur-t y'utl. l)a l a. l'rteg it frum the
( -ll p r.
Ald m*r thui to me thTI1 I[1 ve it nf ?
-. .,1$iakein it r,4.
A mnphl dlrt-ritr In h r hull iH hwlutd.
On shich full it tuy a tnslhvr meat he
--Drs dun.
Wrlglit. In his "'Iumert lc Muninners of
the i31iddli Ages." slay: "Oln uf the
great uIjJerts of iihItatii l In 11 0 ri41
wmait's house. wastn hi plait. wliclth at
dinner time line ialgit forth Mitul
mprVuuI on) theil tl10 lit 1 Ight of hlis
igueiwl. Afturwiard, to e.liillt thTe plI:tl
to more advitIulae. thI e f ln lh wan iu: Vith shelves or sitw its. on whli4li tli dihC-
feoent nartfI-ts couShl lie arrangidl it
rows, onif above1 nmotlher It was titlled
In Fircitu'h, or Auwtlo Nortn.u. a dr'w-
solr, I'-ctwnu' on it thl dfftlrsrit artichkl
wer v ilIrisot'. or nrrIngii l."
It 4 liI hmit which the iodrrn piwxt
The pvwt'r plot, o i -i the qlrrrscr
Causlat inial r llt te oJ urt;n; A Ow jtminshne.-

LIVING SILVER.
Tre r6ro.T..s by5 -hilah t er rry Is
IKalrated iProns ('mnlmbar.
Theit o r s'Murli (f m'r ialry in Iti
anIllvte ii)lpill(e. limitalr. The Ietmt
iiilgivr(.ltit niitit- of tla!4 iultu'-r;Il In luv
roue trile lthin ori( Altinlul't. It 1pu.ii,
and Ilrila. In tIllyvrl : it Almrlca, those
of N'ew Alinitkn. In l'Caliltornia.
The' ktlvry lu1l4tili In 1t1tuine" i byj
ruitling thi' loi-,I In nPl)i'iiIlly coliltrtt t.
ed oH'ln ftirmn:s-t. wiiire, by tli i' ac-
tion of at moislieritcr' a ir i l'ie, the std.
phur l uconvericl into snhitlinirn m nacid
and pnrwsn ilon wvllh ihe volatilliard
Imerlury Into olmtnlieo's. Tlie e nre
iusmally masonry tiilatbers,. with wn.
ter cooetl pipes, frut llv.i hkh t he flm
pass on thrii~iui rhrtheuware p11ip
and flinlly through otlier. ut woxs
and glamn.
Most ofe theie yld sto ilihl mercury,
combluenI with ist. which is mwmoved
by agitating the mixture In reeptaclnI
of pwrforuted Irmi., when the. mercury
falls through. The quIcksliver Is 1 fal-
ly putrtlfl Isy trnilunig through dns.e
linens aind I then sent out luto comn-


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THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
WeAR9 Or 0IIYtlATIONS.
11MK *SIUMI mPARID 01.LV SV
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
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Fer Male by W. M.ELuhn"n.


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T I Ht-KK V 1y tIl Ii, 1 ,A % I. 1
on131(ofI thfe NiriirrvlHiri AI'Fiji'A'L ?i
Waihluitoin. '.. Nowenmbtr 1ith i *3'1
SiA[l.KD 'PR 't)AI.N wi ll In' ,Ier ,' at
h1, OtHe until 3n'elntk pL.>ii tie i.t' II
of iieeimxber. mm. unil thenroirpe'l, for tibn
ornStrucUton coIr.1gite 1 il the I p. f, 'ii''ie
it htlanesalule, lormla. In *nucordlranri will]the
drawlwti and *lm tlincatii,. *oies off wthieli
tbar he hSd at th)ikrte ornof at the ofThP f the*
Iostmaster atI(.at1lotvl]e. Florkia. at theI dl
,relto cf the uirtringM ahlrchtl. JA MI.'
KNOX TAV IOK. Su!erk4iaK ArthiteCt.


KEYSTONE BAKERY


SM. T. tHAE, Frep.
Corner Ujrove and Cv tnreao trcs.
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eno T t Ps NMhtiwm Plhnt to Florida

Joba Pnmru, Smnllur pustiigwr
Sd otb Olyde* Lie e, who har tben
OR.. 77l I" the pao 9 Im In Now
0 t to Iaud s11y during t he pian
N'. w r, write to m salteohe of i'he
hl. haw tIsdI tiops fora *heavy trafli
woo It041war4 the wosalog seaMso wurV
Smote better, rad hat he Clyde Iia.i
I o owa booklqo peuwnr for *evrali
Pn ,r1i iw e I Ii s4vsne, and already th


S"I o through ouer Interoatting
rIA 0I01 I lte0M wiii oiln th inlti-
I )i4 1 i of Elks In (ialieville.
t Ie sIwi'lad of th l. for I like to set
I smy Ia tOalaeville (rleids are be-
9 ,ma w*Sese. Thahose h wo riined
_I4 that shartir, I!ta will never h.ve
SIAl M We t so regte it.'" Mr. PFedrel I.
A I eslltbllsll Elk, beIlu a member
p1of $"Uavllle lodai.
,I9W $ oairplrisln lIaX hustler, who
.1 Itaj id lW a bly adoption, having re.
idldt is sheI ts late fir the pas fifteen
~p en e alodqelks letter u follows:
h. l owi, l oW I walM Ikr tp Pet horn.
r.'.B ssl g Ito not my friends ahd
Sip- laIto the warlnth ofr he Sunny
SUiS l I ba I m 'booked' bere
wie w)h Eri ofr shIn jr, *ad am
- a iw hMas impatientjl
7 t lfls o r thils time. ]
SiArlmg a foew weeks
ei.ster of age *d the
u s bm now Iand I
Oall o th net ship
FT PTu .AI UNKNOWN.
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a' iIEUSIUU I R. MeCLELLAN ER SEVEN

WAS US E Undeftke Co."SSI

l, o W Them vw UAINE VILL FOI A. of the RIDA i
S fal f tol at tinr of the Cion
SFuneral Directors ila -A
T"9 TALPET WAS VgRY @000 Lu cen led AINa INTER ST i
F4 A Nsu Nr of -d ln s!un and Veal ------ At Which a Great Deal of i
S Swlelaut. tAa used the SP d. aod harb il Business Was T ransact
the prwgnam One of te Beost of the Pledtre l'rs m a b(lr lhaump' Art Y Supreme Grand Ohief
A Kin d Ever Seen Hone heed. odo t'p oh y, Fame- *o. a*nd Other Officers ot OrSdews
I,. The escorvt Ken roh. benefit of dai't, (''amerft% a mPeto m. The Suprene inrnd rra
The e r give n (foovef Stars &r Conso!uim.M
.ad uoder the aueploes of the ithne- pfherl* upplies. sate of nworeid and Juridle
e. e ., vlle BII~er Cornet U*nd Fry eye- remed in liOer bte, Pth rupre m
f g ping was fairly well *ttended, and Orders byh Tlrdraph b Tl'eh Annl useifs I in 1o hn. in
tahes pbveat expires them'elv e aswill rAo lve prompt taln*ll ,d city, ThIos.ty, Nmv. 17th.
of go bo." b At I o'nh .k m rt ild .f t. .

wi Jhttp he et n atertaiament. OTaRhY u lodge ord ur hy t he ra
bhh ot a The boned opened the entertainment EuTogv on Life of a Good Woman Who gavel, and th el kslod tthlr
a,3 @WWfu. with a people of eeetloes which went Died on October 30. 1904. inl their Tresjectiv.a tn o, tie
..I- .. as evidesee *ht the eggiegation has The funersi service will be held it wa p opened i. h uth dl ,.
N N.d im, proved woaderfully within she pass Antioch oturolt on 0 andar, Nor. f, n el r blti role )tigreai f
ow wek n th mar of e04. as a memorial of Mrri. Olariess A. ueremonl .
lowef Malphure, wife of John R. Malphur, After a few. but very i,,srutlA'
do NOW Followlng the band seleosions there who is now left alone to mourn for the marks by ithe uprene t;raid
Sbsse was a plao solo by M3ie Ida Burkhim, loss of Slir ra true auitd loudly ihrlsltan, she welcome ad4 c, were djal
Lly The popularity of this yOung lay a hearted iulrpausi:i. I' i l lt wis by Mrs. Thelm I. (ill. anW
well as her proseleacy In miale. was his two yoIuSm,4L 61A loklyr dsUghters Muauin at Eureka I. d ts th~e
oe demoeastrated thoroughly by the ap. to keep tin looe ltd care t r him e d Iwho presented to im d, atswte. .
S M bpe Iuaseu whleh followed her effort. meve' other hill reno three boys and rland Lodge the kind rrept
P dur- :Mrs. J. T. Perleval sao i that beauty, tour tirlo, all grown, who mourn for hospitalslee of tlIh eiu..tn of (i
bok gel sad soehing solo, "For This," the Ins of a kind mother. The two ille, which were nacpted in
~w~hich was so hIghly appreen:ted that amiable young daughters have also the the Orand Loe, very lbes J
al s sRhe ws e mpell4d to repow asst feoatering oars of their groase nt Mr. arks in reason,. by iMrs.
Stem. ewere. Mrs. Percival ha rich sweet Lekth :a o e. Joiner of Starke, and Dr. r.c PsT
a~las t ., and oxersied i up*on thhis o Mr. Malphure haen een and exr rl. sonof losto$, (t. Theaiddl gra
eealO. to good advanteaga. aned many l ineideots. lut ner followed by the rend itisn of oeles
g Muib ai i that time bt The mhat on l program was a duet before ha' experleaed s Aha h.art, suItable music for tie oceasin.
*.at 1r me west as maidolim sad piano by the Miesm 44n"ding one In this life, fgr s'o.i was so The Suprem. 4 rat I Cbs!
oW W ~le ow bs Iekert. The litle ladies performed kind sad fond toherhusbad silh hor tuumd various eunnittwueu g
ti 1001 he owt with seek eah elleUM e tlan t e we children, as well as being always readw dniilin, greiteha'e, aute, iyija
: bm Ilt l ase. esmpelled to respond toan *oore.if theo do auto others eas she wou1 habeas.e1, a pproprivtot J anSl tri
-nlowL tas a m e 1l probably the ite, his of &be them do for her-alwaysre living in obe.j tatlons after which pers ne
.. .. o wi -nH g was the quartetS*, Ii ualves& Jhoe to the Lord, and ebe lived a and discussed on vury inmpornt e
SU.HoweP. Sme1et &ad Williams. who married life thirty-eight yean and Jeet, u the best m hplds for ts i
"-. -w ... s t eses, rend a seleelon of modern mod. alie months In perfect peace. Bbs'n hearing for the iden of the
#695515 S I.WMsp ** edW. kse. Tohea g1a0 men were Is S;"p0 was the mother of twelve children, 'combn under .he Immediabe ave
A .A 8 elli eu0glser, It UtMllSe flAe omditio for theosa slsu four boys and eight girls, ut whhu the order, mnd hr, t,, j'rnve foe
."ela 0Ss1 s sad tbe Co- eat were compelled to mspoud to ve three bogs and six girls are livig, S ick and helples members.
l** *= *-- iw. I while her body Is sleeping In New The anst address of the Sup
IlUme tUhe st0m-whbOlor *'0e- The emers d4eS by Harvey and Daor Itope Cemetery and her soul mrestlinlg nd 0hl. Rew. H. M. Fiemg
h =a made sho trip flowm Ki- masn. *"Short snd 8weet Polks," w6 with the Lord Jesaus, an Important document, sd
Vest MpeM, 0 Deember, well endered, and want evidence The death of Mrs. Malphurs, which to the Grand Lodge much valuable
Ve that tsi to the pye1at h esat as sonwmists these performers are was rather sudden, ocourrad on 00. forWatiol of the successful
a0W h1 h*m opena, ad shames artUile. The coarnet solo and the man Sober She was standing on her the juledletlon.
70 1 a ins egueswlee. delis work of Prof. Harvey were as S h
m allptsa gna e. dusi ever hosd ron. he GaI esvl lefeet, when ahe suddenly called her is report alo shnvs that there h
l l a*St lmalgov v tAe Ile soe as ever haard ow the Galmedvlle children to her and told them that she been very favorable increase bel
S hnwas going to leave them and their numerically and finanIelally, ad IS
c IheMf Inu rtle," a is tod.ay oned H i aol ? et 1, anelal enpored father, but that she did nut want theta harmony and prosperity puevi
SIshe Susie's mess!oanr teods om his maudoln sogl, and is esPo0se to grieve after her, fcr her soul would throughout the order. In feat ud
TNS "- nedored "Nearer My (hid to Thee" in be happy with the Lord above intestine busineae war crauaed
..i weweased w1 baro November during the first day'O ke ian.
s eM lli P ted Wit F The vosalsolo by A.. M. lslalyneki Iss, and war left fatherlen and in'
Us-- r-.n.l Notes. antl M ss L Dvs (oldeso were eoepiiont the eare of a Chrfltin.hearted mother a o banks.
O m Psm er.1 Then mally flue r. Duisloynki Is pIloessed in 180.). The mother deed in 1865, TheGainesvtlle Oruegltland,throel'@
et(b e. Nlr. 1.--TeliO members @1 of a rhod tenor voice, while o11.h leaving her alone with one small the undersIgned, desire In ach S
*e ibme ...... Church aSe re- Goode, whoe e is voee lizedt as one of the brother arnd two little aliterm to eare those who were mo kind as to asseS
0le Mags, tia po.uM t of @1 a. Aw Mr heleif as favorite upon thie oit, iond for, it being her mother's dying the responsibility of selling tickets hiI
haUngass el W sebeeter, Pat. The piano duet work of the Mises request to take care of her little obil. the oencerft Friday ev'nihmg; and epmm"
S"Ameug she vbitors In town during Feanell. "Ritpoletto, Fanlasie de Con- dren, whieh she did like a good mother elilly do they desire to thank Urs.I,
Stisweek were te Mimose Alice and cer." was vry fn.. Notwuhstsmd- would do. F. MeKinstry, Jr.. who nut only tordr
~las ites3ib o V Waldo, and O. WIl- img that this ii said to be the most dif. Deceased was married February 6, in over $38 in money, but, usiselsi
WeV~! (MIn fault duel malie written in modern 180, and as .Mrw. Clarlsa Malphurs upon purchasing her owa tickets be,


S", MroeMi hud the mit- t- --he -ia-a Fenne-ll -orm livedl sch a good, Chrimtian life in the entertainment. Such sincerity
SWU% !116' t nl ha A a me om Monday with treat skill and aeoamse, and obedience onto thoe Lord, being per, generoelty shall never he forRote.
I t belin rean over by the were heartily eoneared. feetly willing and ready to go to her and this Rood lady may feel sure that
r smubeonsd slght Stain near Orange Mise Clars Rankle, one of the meet Savlor, she only was sorry that she had she has the best wishes or every me .
Deighms. prmoeluiat piano performers a the oity, to leave her husband and children to ber of the bend, collectively and i*
jThe tns white foast of the eMason rendered "(tn ad Polka de concert" Irievefor her. She asked them to dividually. W! Lu HI nvsv.
emeanfl e Mnooday mornaln. No by Hartlett.n a eharminlt ad tinpir- glve her up for her happiness In irecor Conert..
*a 1p WMe de. dtsag manner. M IuRankle is very Heven. s.natko -,.- -
Newly welvet winter residents gat meful at the piano, sad her careful After having suh a ddeto attekable C
m r On Oad Mrs. A. Tiredwell of H0 tralaile was never more forlbily shown amlived sis days sad died al most as
tsw 1., and Miss Harper eof Oa than on this occasion. As a pianist easgsilin lss a a s
i she fs so .rtlst. adn may the Lord of Heaven bless her
b A. Weeks treated Some of M i lowell, who l a now star In berated family, and when they omes
mtoe awl 4 trip on the the ocal profession here. sng "l to death. make i a so nfor them ad, and
La," and it was done in senh a modest A tltonS
l. f LOVES TO SERVE TIME. and unassuming manner that he at -
vg. elade won the admiration of the audi- Everything Quiet at San Domingo.
ubw" & Mu% MNih Taiken Prom Mines and enoe. Mr. Howell has a rich baritone San tDmonngo, Nov. 19.-Th o I >-
Sij fe.0Oemmitllted o County Jall. volee whieh will, prove of flnatncal dtay ciruhtr Detroit srrlved here to- "S:" -h"
peB It ssems to e* a popular fad among value some day. day from .usute Carol, hrngtx the
it th laM ed to break she law to Mrs. J. W. McCallums (inesvilloe' American financelt aKge t, T. John Ab.
lrS o Gamble niteinees m ow, A few acknowledged mad favorite eloeution- bott, who) 1s upervliing the collection
ftw. da 0o as lastanao oeourred at Ar. ist, recited "Iarius GOreen and lia o customs duties there in accordanceO
whui 0ler, and now e*om Murry Melish, Flying Machine" with Bueh reality i f the agreement Dom o Improve. The
gle !B who has J# f(att lubed a saloeaths' that one could almost see Darius as he slk i o the Net Do falo Improve -
S1te2e1 tsnles tor mall(1oM ms. worried himself over the "psilblllie 1i .sm 10m00t oft r Ds W--3
IspH H a whf w a ill mew be compelled to of what ould Come." She was heartid. alM hrtea
1h aB l* ina jall unltil the spring term of the ly Onoored the second and third tim .
t0 sedM ltu eeKtS e pft s a enarge of a ult resppdidl with that cleverness and Double Tragedy at Detroit.
tho ha wist h llatest to muler. originality which is her own. She ha Detroit, Nuv )L-The I, o
t r Molit lwb was sertiag his time always been favorite l In this ln here. mr anm a women with bot of a Ammulsitin and Guns.
gS gohe Pitst lt e *e, wa sakeit ala The eatertalament eqieloded with through the!r head were ond in a
modi the Mlaste his t lnl euxplred the wondedrfal feat of Prof. Harvey In buggy on Oak street in Wyun l A varied eleeton of Crvers, Trip
di ssr ftueds Meo B an ar- playing "Yankee Doodle" and "Dixie" early today by a marsbl. The Plated and Solid Si er Pieees.
*s.I" mt hsM e iStkes at La* oan th* piao and whistling "Flaher's I~t eiry IIllenbrnd, o Dietrot t
soat Ie mue o, wmolh ws h Horaplpe" at ane and the sa e time, is though to be a se of r Lagest Sellers I Flord of
aesB m ao aell nader ead sot wal tlhe whleh brought down the house. suelde. AmeilteA & ...
M Ot sam*im aS iba almirt a m.. tI. iA a._ e [




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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: NOV EMBER 21. 1904





wj


CTHE

!BONY AT CHURCH


!*w* tof Building Wua
UI Friday Noon.

y gPIECHES WERE MADE


QaS Year Preceding. to the Hour.,
Surch Was Burned-The SBone
PPISy Op of Joy and Happiness.
h' W Citizens Make Addrasses.
i Tle eelnt III the vicitily of u'intt
au IM K Cl~ureh, colored. from
g'3 1. 1: o'clock FriIra-y atrtrnoon was
serably more imprruive ansd lets
g=itlag mad animatin llt n the tamte
bp jgst o3e fyear previous. At that
iWe the oburch ws consumned by rire,
Svisg been burned to, the ground
S"e 1eemolon Friday WAs lh' ISittg oif
se orsrll-tone ol a uianitie'rnlt ti.w
wtarr. which hs b-een antmot cow-
pe, within the year by thetv inter-
h ftm and earned 't fTorts i basiof that v ,ur '1i The b.uildtng will
6 bof brisk, of Ihe meos modern church
guekiltnure will cost when completed
ntwees 9P.00 and $10.00. and in all
Swll be one of the bandeomeet church
bellss In the oily-a- ondit not only
tkhe belldet, but to bhe community.
i he asrsmones boean promptly at
; l, Rev. 0. F. Nibleuk preidiug.
%'0 lsenrve opened with voluntary
dgllg by the choir, which was fol.
S ed by latroduotive remarks by the
'paor, Rev. J. M. Desm, relative to the
SeW sadt object of the occasion. Then
sMes other hymn. No. SM6. after
*i1' h oaomeadatory prayer was of.
, (tfd by Reve. 1. A. Hulue. N, W.
blev1. 1. P. Pureell, T. Holsndorf, J.
VI. Pool and A. -IcBon. repre.eniins
;Seo various colored churches of the

'p At the conclusion of the prayer.
fi. W 3. Thomas. major of Gaines-
.,1, was presented, and made a brief
SoI interesting add re,. congratulating,
plbh eoerrgatlion and friends of the
,, sbrch is hbaing acconnplilhed the uu.
isutakw I laI so short a time+ of replac-
I b the burned building with tich a
.piloeent structure. Mayor Thomnat
was followed by Col. Christopher
a"Itlhsa mad Rev. W. J, Carpenter of
i vanaut h 1lethoditl Churic, both of
. Whom made interesting and impressive
Nais.
A seripture lesson- ad Thirty-econd POinIM-wia then
Med, which concluded the ceremonies
ilr the ocasion.
Workmen are busily enIgaiged on tliu
rMlUtre, and it is anticipaled that
SIhework will go (n uninterruptedly
S 1til the ehurfrh i4 completed, which
will probably be the first of the year.
It will be a handsome structure. and
the eoagrecatioti of Moutnt Pleasant
lrch are to 1be ecngratuilated.

The qest Liniment.
"Chamberlain's Paiin Blalm id consid-
eed the best liniment on the market."
Wrilt Polt & l Ims of I;eoria., Vt
ee other liniment will heal a cut or
bluise so promptly. No other is so
nluable for deep stated pains like!
lome back and pains in the clihest.
lvs shis liniment a trial and you will
ever wiuh to be withdtt it. Sold by
all drugists.


RED CROSS NURSES HONORED. j Bids Wanted.
lids ar,- invited by the Board of
Praise From apanese and Russiansl County Corsmiisioners of Alaebua
for Their War,.. county for the services of a manager
San Franr' er MG, ;er ant h,-r <*U .- or a ar. dBids must be handed to Lthe
Ar.o rcamn er- (].Cr .y celerk of the circuit court not later
Amri n J ( r., ~,c:e-ty "t1,,1 ta then Monday. December 5. 104.
re;ilrt?'" I nl .la:n rt h;t r th1'iI Th- lotnrd rewrves the rigit to re-
rerv ua:t h .;:;,'. s a imr ~es tc jeei any and all bids.
th* ,%in el.l e..,r,' r-, ay I tIhy r I* Donel ty order of the board this let
," -1 ?e)T- al tn1t. and 11 re hoo day of iNovember. 1 4.
T. F. Titw, .-C, Chairmtn.
,r., i in ,s, y way ;,,.-! i di1i in4 Attest It. I). NT.iaN, Clerk.
tl.'.r a fat .n that c tn' r by the of .
fit a: ;t:..! e"'r.- ;i!;:C.( of the Jar Bids Wanted.


an'",,o a: '1 .
bf4irt rtI'y 'olft 1thy wavTM g!tAIn a
fa rw, le:I Tc(Ttte'ptio at which a laris
nuiiher 4t 41 aniTarrt W.% 1re *p- vt-f -,
T'.h ~ i tin)- T4 l.,r nmi thicir dutl i' 1
:n ihi ls, spita! 4 on tho i t;lgh t pra !-4
frami The litma ,'.->- ,it liro-hima. thE
rere' vin: ho;.it.'ai T. r al'I the' Jame-
ne-t. unmtTnli in T e war wi. 're thuel


Marriage Artist Loses Job. Aw-'r sta;;>n, d.
Union., S .L ,, is u.m.n* fl p Dr. M1(,-+e. lie
f I thn i i+ *. of S.)nii ( MCroL4na, en an mawi!r*s 4
Which h.it 'f hl.t- a t1 n l ta, [ i...t a .:ol
"* the ubj.r ,, of marrriag.s has justTho
bleen rpmi ,li'd frolu tIhi, .,11 of ntho
tqy pubttlic or marria4,* artf,'" by I 'cvWoWt \ its
Oovernur I). ( HI*ywar1,. of the Pal. ic ,,red t housande
Natto Sta i Thi. mnan :ame is 'V. IW ',u'i0t a 1ai% of
0. Bale, Squir'' Hf': ;. is ralld, ir on J re
04 a qteer iharar 't Iih* i**~-11 ito b. draItr:st '" fot wri
i1ls home I t ar Fort 1i;1 inr the In- /Zaralla T ex a
tr t York. In *)111th I ar,,lina. n-ar thq l rmn ea-e t f pilt
M11M thleh ^Ipara*'" that state from' nuD a*nt1y ) j O
North CarouIna, _

Police Chief Attacked by Mob. i
Ptlgersd. (;a., Not f %,- mn) h a '
Mttackeil Chlf of ,I',(,.. Smith., of thil 1>" '
S l*t at Irwinvil', Th*- attai.j. i.n + .P'1 M' -
t Oitlop f an ar-T ma*. '
r wwks a*KJO of .Mr. (.'.ments, a rson- t. e
_ o J'iud (l.Inemnntst, of this or n '
fE"y. A defctile Ind:rtment .'ight ay
imsti the chief wa-l th ron out of017.i1 anima
lrt. Mr. C!,menps andi hi, friend, C.on N oa1
I. ehsr..d, attlac'k.l the crhi.f tHIot hoartonna- r a
SWas prtt**I| f,> tltrI ur.w *h- ,'-" "
e of U the choifr. i hx'ba.! putting -
% U"to the horse Neura


ffor.' I-av!in w as
thy the eruperor.

hands Cured.
Lch Hazel Salve'
rf rctae f of Vles.


girL


has
. I


I'eW\tt', \\Witcl Hai/'
CoIlimendlat ion of :f ir
tes C rf. LaCroix of
(d iute'd it for a stub-
er. It enired :nw per-
id tiy all druggists.


.2."


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': ;- r\
S- *T \\

: ;,, a,' t t'hai.,-' :
S t,

r ri ;t otn Saturda
h :nu:,'.r took a
part :n the Cwnversa
nnolef41 a trace l
nn- oThbr tndlrstiol
i- a ffertd

Ilgia Pains.


Bide are invited by the Board of
t'outiy t'tmn i,.-sionten of Alsehus
county for tht rtvices of two road
overr*.*-rr for the ensuing year. Bids
must be haltdl in the clerk of the cir-
Coait court not iatsr than Monday.
lP'ecmniber .'. i r-4. The board rsewrre
the ri glit to re-jpet any and all bide.
Done hyt ordcr ,'! the board thil Ist
cday of Nur uibtr, i 4.
T F r,.M-,. ChairmaU.
Attest: 11 C I', ', r Clerk.
No T't.; it:t t'tVHl.tATION
I..?. 1k'. *" .lt ,alne-t1ie lC .i .
Na sic 'er t. *
S ,'' her I 'r e ,tr th*e fteh *wlg.'
ratw.' .<"ter he- r. tl v'-e b of bit intrntionk
It :LAket f S i r if ..n .)'(*rt of hb
V'. it L Mat that ;- .. tI.1 he mi de t be-
I&Or C 0 ia: '. % P nO n '-.:N ,',,f' r.. : .i :ti, i-+ i"+ V -.
a rt I ,' t ; ,', vt;.
I.rit 7tI T \ rTt o lIer. r-t -
HIL I :- ; : ;.c e ,t Ti If
ip .-r.- the o ,%m .+ *s .' ,nc e to 'rvo
_tf ,.r ,,"10 /
I% .r ,i '.: .' \ ati rt s Ir:v,
r ,, .- ', r,' ." 1 ,::. r. lb< .. 1' H.
! 'M t lli"N O Itl .,ter

NuT -i? '- '1.; I't I.L.'ATIC N


t Lirkt 'I, ,,t'r A i.erqv ..@. r.4..
I .'r .,r. i. ..'r 7 *A '.o t-
rt,[.;te ,l 'eIt .r t A t : .- I' Otet.rrton.
I -t a k rt ')nA, 1TrW 4'1-' '*..1't rt -iat' hi. aLtm mriti
%tPitl -ai l h -iv tIs .1*e r' "' Re r twer
St Ttr.'-eiter at 1, a 4 re; u
X .'it, 1 F !4*ItT d l. kpie I
o? : rt T r* t
h" .* .", -;- ri m e
S -.lA C', 4 '.fl 't' I. ),'f r,' .r.' ,t'.
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N1VTr F. rfl PtI'IBJfATION
iLrd o'"ee at salitwlae. ia.
November 7. T4I. .
Nt.r' I ~hrrrhI give that LLaP roOliw
ra eIt m eCl tier h*' lme- d notice of hi- toleatol
tn make hnia. :r-t,, In *ut4mnrlt if' bs cleJ. &d
ttbks *i stm>k; s-. 1- m1aid thrr.*e Itehisr
and l -ei i At a .:,ne, Ie.,'. n L e 1.b*r
!r. i *! I .lk t .iir ,l 7 "' lie I ts
s '. e *
Ii k,
I,1'. ; .* .- .+i'A.?'s2 Ui "V..i.4? 'fjt', kOT@

l.Utr 1 V. '* Jtf-l K: ith eht Jokrh W.
Tzrw kr 'trda .-.' A ,A .*... Hlie. f.A.
t" \ H' 'II. It tiN '. Itetate


One Cent a Word.,

AdTernie atse of ter urdior moretd 4Adr
hint bead ilwCried fqr One Cent a W %qrd et&f
'a afTmce a

P;ta anwra m- adv rto-rr.er ,- -- a*4drrT.ed
It Itt I senr-.eett
T e coefMD"e' t..pg SoI
l*tie ,ared : '. e renreted.
'*Ie W, r, e. '* fTo. %is w'i mr I.

ltl.r Wt-IP litLt.


LEGALAVT
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4%


Dinilg Room Furniture,





That Rich, Massive Kind That


Adds Beauty to the Din-


ing Room.




('li 1s th1:11i li that rich 1 l-




(


lookit







,,Dining Room Chairs11


Of the1 high or low back va-

i etvy. Some with cane seats,

others with the dee1) rich golden
(Atk finish and handsome leather

setits. All made in styles to suit

the Fat or Lean pocket book.




Cash or Credit.






ainesville Furniture Co


SI'T .. t*'H I't: IJt. ATli,
l.o4 tbe'r nt i
Nitv jez rr II l-m4t.
I .i4i r t.r. A r, ....' ;r. W IL It orf i., ..aii.it mad
ti,. -a.4 1t. y *. i maAr twfrc lre ebo rr
inf it ereh.er at e.-If'.;.e. Fiji.. em IMef' : *
r er =t I ,.i. "
i-au 1% 1I lit.iLIVrTM fi Hsireh BleaJ. M l..
HS a 1 for U 1o..- o" 1. e 1-t 9 mSee A V.
..tot %W -i Iec.p. Tv N. Ii V..
Hie ) ;s.ue-4 the etiowlnK wliure-aAi to I-or)
%f i lardr -W tII
Jo,!.iI Ki( 1 lo rS i*A. erlldv MusL de
4 .arrite. l h...e. Jerhiin, al1 of fi ts" I ad. fla.
SW, It SK N.s IBeglster.
NOTIt ti Elt 1PuBcIJCATION.
La-rA-4 S"mee tAt (-19,im tl. VUi..
Norebf I. i0f.L
Noice 1 b*erep; Stron that SAW lfoewoe
raedm set eer hoo tled soUe t of Ut s
Ic sake C1al s&cot Im ssgpmpt o9 ta
V Ri eet (oTtr wt(aiesto aseIL. as ee
wter U. iM*. At
WiLur T.t s"A< of t1L aie..
U S fo lt et 1-4 of se I-a 4
V.SS1-&N.. I 2 L T AV. 141
S -WIf wK 1-4 of h .1r.. I p
.e sweer.
j I. .. Tasw. 924W M& A. W
M*. 9 wiesa. t1,ble-us ef

ManesO r WVU PCLSCAI.

I Xod k Merv ekesr ltf d im "li^

"No waesr a" uta ins. cam
that's winl be s0 "a 0
u.
Ls g CAxPUS of I. L i.
H42 0U0416for t the K or fwi of Sn. a" T.
.* T aes thef rnlowutemir wtaes t mw m
IOnlHsraamnh aea. up an a eusivaa4ha
0of % &WD. IL*
W. T CAcao.. Wwialea KLay. J Jams vrf.
A 1t, Mle4ber, ali at tBoll. ia%.
i 4 ;_81XS;). roSmr.
No TICK*uO PUIBICAM- o.
ass on.s casesMre. vIs.
XL eeabe It M. M
Not1Ur I tereb fits that doi t IMss.
tr maked 6l pPer St mO.t Mt*1.
Wad tai Wowl U be mds be 4.
tDeemberl3. Ia2.6L A:
JaIs V. Haus in of JeL. Fa..
Nd W for thfce et*e o K19 % WNA g
me, c t a h Wk.. a iIe po


Ulw Th- wa of Bell, Mi I C. IL1
Willefoed. Fla.
d .0UW.G. nowr.ON. nI sw.
NOTICme FO P J'UCATIX.
Laud (O"e. at 'aleI-tv. fl..
IeS ember 11. -,.
Not.e is berb r Itrsv Itha tMhe FblnIW
%amd wwler has Sled noti4ee or e ef tta iM
so nmake Sat proof in suppur of U.* seLmfa
a tat mM rmpoo nut be. SLdo efWor I
later ad Meeioeer at 'iaianlJefu. lt ,. e
I*cetber St. W, vit
Tinsmy L. lnaalau of ftA, r....
Hd. WS fer I he W of KX* 1A NO 1-f
w 1-4 e. |s. Tp. 0 s., I hL
me pftn Te feneowtIes whsmaesa to 1 np"
hit aonstnmuoF* reieac u;sao lwasa uAtI istr
of Pam laM. t"t:
Jams Vr. HSe*r Thm-asIL K. Hadder. WV-
ilam Tbhomof fil. fln& J. I, The o
wulefor.d..i.
rd W G. fkmiNvOX%. Rw'ctser
NirifcE tOM PUHUCATIuX
Lewd Ofa et : Nouefler |6. html.
NotIIe l< hereby glees stat the foawons-
named tiller h. lked mothe of htueasUeie
to make ScB proof Is support atf hi. cialok med
that sakt proof *u Wbe mad. hetor Resfantr
mi Recrlver at b.s*erin13e na oe Werem-
Tn'wa L Hwocams of lieL Via.
lId. O CP lr the 'ws of New A Sof t P.


WCjium Titots' Jirci I' Hoddr. Thons
I. MN.. r l. ise;: Pa J.. C 1 ThouM : tW1-
ld W H ROmINSON. Reariert


im' amnWlum. .,
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flinWt-
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as tamr S-li
TNA B elU~


lAL
VAlM9UL. .
sk" "d-- if.t


now A&
XtrcxE OF APPLJCAWWON S

NMde. I. bere w.efl

t e a l W. C
dewertd laISt to :
sy T l a. tt ss a nt S
t. tTm. Ia "IaTV
Ot. st ,,- Qu-I f0r


OTI-ct or ADOrTw.
Note ,t hertb l teltOa tat
the arl p.tratIk t I.e. "eg I
Uti-o to b 10 J. J .T W.L. JI
eoreaft cmarc. flMtak JuSablWA CbS
Ms. for so order autbwrtnw We
"t4 w ar' sitfbt inetwru aNivlR
the ase. r elgh t ear. a r
% e r L4(th.lt e
... A ,rFI U
Not C ct he re br Hes th at sle flMs
has bemD wbAshoed ae W ft wflS
m sth Ls I wU rntwot us esaeia ai
0, Mags. douf futSe ofA Js-
Fwid, aSnsetd mv* i t MYJI ceeS0B
as ask for 0"1idtvchay. t s....
A' Adttolutrator tate 0 Of mONG


CHARLES-C. SMITH
Palathka. Fla. i
HrP(IIAI PRIC UfT.
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STwi a Wek-Monday and Thursday


4 BAPJAZDAY, YNOVEMER 2N 1,4oV ONa DOLLARw_
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THI WATCHMAN LOT HIS LIFE
T%. M*ew', a S P ying Setweo
SNew Leeds. COn.. aWl New YOrk,
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"t FWU.tor .New York. Nov. Il.-While bound
Mi adon lss Silad! stm n one oe of
ft: M I' b wt ea rguas A this elty
I -at ir a -" MNew lM edo4 0 o. the friigt
P 0t M mesr M iMk.0 of tie Central Ver.
HIp p t -meet WalIred, toek SM off Horto's
W bi iu 4 PNta. U.. l. aod was bured to tha
rnwr 40 46 fWer's edge early tw q. Her cvw,
1 ~t mapWb WP the w tehma, s. reeled by
|F 'Wbma. i SP a, aNolg Seameip sa4 takes to aill
ier. MJAss It Ia belleved the MeN
evil -Mt011 Wk will be a total kloe sad that lit-
SI tl i o. I ewy, of her cargo will be saved
,* Yh hawk lef ew York lst
to; A:4Mrbi eatao with ia tall 6ro oe eoperal
IWO weanbdla. "*a Ur p3erF6ons on
-,hllhas ~ b koeot, laSelding two ,oata.
lO w Mq As the plwr afterr parsed
S)UW tk RU $*fIW Polata. the lighthouse kee
P o 4 O h *V r Wa l San br, ag ftroeul the ,ost
IS kiw he r fat* ialt a few miuste later he wa wrap
< th)t 9*H s Lta Sawm. Assletbde was seat
4 U* t at94 at bead l tte. form of the Fll River
"i .S *I@tIM ou ller Bots, which hd closely follow.
FwlaIl at iN f. thOe Mohawk dow4 .Ahe sonud and


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as miade thse on board lb burning steamer re was
Si d t to cons tket et. obe)e0: ,.,.* : :', :.0.1l ,n.r4 i re lf.e- e4 their
w t all m eM Th e- had pakel ,eyond alla ig y ., h. order 1to their u
iM--I p pt the BUtUta control, mhowver, and the vessel was the rri i" ".'-1 f depretaa valhabl
w miua Id 1d@9t- sabeadoned to her fate. cnmsi tt1y ', 4,, -, iln ieno Fr'itr One ti
A few.momentis taer thi otatou had the 1T Q: v *t'1 ter rxpr
4. .resmled her lantrrr ptrd voyage there fir, W r: ,.r v h ft" 'htff : '*r of hti C
t came t* mound of a heavy explomlou. e atemirped to i uit a \lIt. tgrl
.i', and Si mass of blaxlng debriT 'ammpa. ard narr-w l;.:- eaei lYnch!uis. (it lGA
N" ia ll iT d11 f by a burist of rlame.a shot up from was sent ceid hto fi:een yneri in tihp
l*K A .ZJ !!M+ Sig the center of the abandoned freighter, peniteary broken
"lgt T l 'At'Ulhe i l au A watchman who was (in duty whtu Other minor event. follo-o,. but to *o
'then i who made the flamte were d!niovered failed to >tlimnatlon came whtn Samegro at New
'UPl.Re ptlatatiew, dcrtebh the Biston vli-. she sto by t gU pted to assalafite Offieer M31e.t, pioyed
aftp.1' snto nl-at to glye 0 assitance,1 and It la sllptieed aay ai
77-!r t the alght of lhlat ae lo t his life. Three Slain In Land Feeul. EasIM
7?''. is e11pe it. The Mohawk waus mniv t t Cheser, WVli]lan1srir:.g Ky.. Nov. Ul.--i;e:rse the met
0 '. Pa.. In 13. Bhe woa' o 3GO net thi ('ntrd an i fl.tima i uirham have been day
te ofP the hotel ndud 205 feet I knath. killesl and Thomae Cird fatally wound* broke tn
W li4, m Sepsitarw y of utate r r".r C nth.rland FallJ. IIhe Curd the floM
S tiAtf Ch trle W. hlrir0 FORMIR EDITOR ACQUITTED. brothMert vned a large traIr of land dead:
at cortslyou.. Oovre t ndl had ha trouble with squatter.. Will
l ,11 an id C ClaIlm that HisI itentoins Wre HMon AH they wtr, passing the cablp where lain, Ot
les ostaemes a et and Good. the IDtrha woman lived they wer Buli
,Lh ipe hve bealt..itn. i"j" Jatiks'ihl t, sj.' nl'-ThecJ fired uTvil. Thomas cramwtd 2 miles emp!o3
,I Ro Seen has Nt ldle brate. caSe .. .1LI t i St! rates to s ho::.e and leorgte was dead When a trap i
... 0Oi l .te.m or tol but .JoelESmih wa con.uded at Ta l' ainl. Th(e Iaurhai woman was prob- hp wa*
o t" of I4 the i mhlt lhaEae this morninbt, whee the Jury ably u i and t)red to cover iden. Chambn
S A e .o returned r utity. The hotI ng occurred trm f HuImer
S.. tM O a Smith wa' formerly dit'or aind puhn/ t. b Tiithe c0 omer
1 Uher of. ts tr of The 'auntatut onI, of .iont ..
L ed Ine.s N 6bleeUI68. Int. f :o, N
wl : aHbe the. s ubie bot al celWlo. i.; tund W4t1 indLtei d f r Avt. Willed Man Who Held Him Up. Oustav.
bet.he'brigee t6 POlltloI ng a asch nm e to defradan and vkiolating IaCL'fet Wis., Nov. D.-George to re,
,,d. etot, ,t e ALl e p ltal .l d ing the pmaiI and .- Tushek, a o unsf man of ul0 reputi their 1i!
will ~be -a~edo i t 'hO T. Lt furt her the scheme. l 9 m i thi, has given himself up to the po.
,w 0., e p,-. =-c.-uOt et elrtclasr letet. ufVring prli. lice. saying that he bad killed a strain* MA
of bleycles and watches upon receipt oer by hr. dlnn the naan's head under
.BeCf 25 subscriptions at one dollar each; water u', Itol .a1 a4. The polled PrIson
'.I RU WAK. io offering agents. $O s month con searched !ur tn:. L and found that
wl4 at pe lpensatton. These a5=nt wOefreq at a man ,at yet Identified, over 6 Atlan
V777 r" WiTllNe ltr ba napoe Aa ed o take up mth. d se (ub feet tall and of Powerfuil billed. Tu. the whi
w t. .i!Laimn I TahW Th agents anid the rsaenit Was that an .It olek clal t the tn t r
l.Noe 1a.the tiye l Thu* s ealin waq for me, and during one to hold him up and that e throw the tes two-
fW Yost hav iltg Tberon year Smith strived Ra agg'igmie oh man down an entIankrnpnt in'o a oiwtlh. jeweLry
40',060, o Y .W havibre "or $87.000. employing a nrge number at o wandwnl, W.i e fiiti4 Ina th',' ded vnnaelry
,, ,, |by the omissltouer en1. aiesnts and itl trlhutiug 18.000 worth m an.
-L Wasblasctu and he ban estab of p-emlums. Il, s ci relation wal "Dinamby
4S li thel .edeetl bllhdlu t* n i buIlt ip to )40.(00. Elght witncesOr George Gould Shoot* Man. don by
u tld Il stors Oe*. teatilled thao t they were not paIl P Raleigh l N.\ .. Nov. 18-.-e T
RelMetoi re braawlek has 1not had a-greed to by Smith. George (;i:;t4 was shooting b1 Iir ,ia to take
l*SUiY taS ispector, this brtneh Smith *dnies fradulent intention., anq High Po. thI ttat.. ia iy y to t
*. a.W0t11iipg to th 1, collector l .t* nays lie *as. for-ed to pispend b ho, r. Iward Hrir. an S.atend. T. wy to
.! t tr.rt dt r t ,a atIt.d.- 'attackn 'of. ral hilt ,te:t'e. t d lI irn' ee. A ,le
S .ay ...... r ....t.. -, elCttttst of (, .G r h*:ru' AYIw there "Man life .
la* at 3I ... Judq Plrsew t ar;'d ti kurty I semll chanr., of sat iit the t,. 1 Mr. The
l aIO hqI .a thelr '0~letc' i upi i diernian' Gould at oti. sent tht ma. t .w thi. i
a ml'' fie'h Wa n Thi", n heirsl Irtenmtions it the c ViCr. York. where, eminentoculits wer* to l g t. i
aid wi,,. kep a close, watch t T"he former trial ri d In & mi.in to spare noting that selntce and8 ski: ,
ri of llegtImte ales tl. ea efect to save Burns' sight

43 priyvefs' Wtrike.. ,Duvnanm% Appeal Denled. Wi-
C01 V. i.-The strike of f tr- Mobile. Ala. N'. 19 --The supreme Not oOn the Stage. (4
allture wai rivers. whilCh led to, tourt 'Thursday nlt (',il dhe lptan I "Brooklyn, Y.,NJ v 1-,-To th t:1 It
Other street riots y)terday. spread It Fran lhnieasn for a wit f tv I., Associated Press: Wil' yl I~ n r.
S day to othbr fastrleas in the ftrntl it iVe r3so' 'lat t2L' C .l %- do ne the "rl'at favor to o t O Iihp,;t i '
4tir. martnauufaetlarcrA" arnlr{aton. Ple'., srctmpa:11; th "'* <:: 'r,:t < Ically coarra l.? fl3" and at n. .In ,;
ld as ISr... r-a S .k|IM.Ial ., ,.m ...A oiI *. F u, I. .'w::cai a in .:a I N e ts to th' dffrtI that I t1 I Ar f .


BY GAS Ln



Five Purilying Tanks
Heart of Chicage,:

FORTY MIN URIEDM IN m

A Large Number of Sodies Hum
Removed From Debris-All
In Vineinity of Oe Plant
for Pear of Another iptflk'a


LOSS WILL fl MIGH.

Furnllure Loss In Friday Mortina's
Fire Will Steho Neatry I,000.
nla his report of ihte ire mt Oakk Hl1
early Fr iday mornil, tshe irporttr of
The Sun stated that the dainsg atiuld
not exceed 00.
This report merely referred to the
damage of the building. The damaRe
rmultian to the furniture ptorei in
the room will remeh gmret deal higher
ean, ines this furniture was all ex.
pesOive, timludlng a $60 piano. daro
aged beyond repair. There wua she a
qousntity of nt1Tnrwr, fteuCkinaweft,
Mad other valuable propwny in the
Som wbhih was destroyed, aid In all
S w low will aggeple early a thou.
sned dollar*.
The foeiatI was tanuredI and %Ar.
thurJ. LedTrer, rlepeeeUtiag H. 0.
Hare A Co iuranee, Jaehkoarvlle,
e*m promptly to adjust the lw beut
owlg to the baeenee o f ,M W. P.
Lee, wilpfe fthe nwner of the mini.
tukr, mo value could be se lrtalned.
Mrn. Lee is ins Bruawfekk, (4., where
she west several months ago for her
health, Md it will be a sary toi *,.
sre the list and vslaation flroe hbe
berfno an adjitrnest au be sMdtel
Mr. Lee' friends te mppnMhUliaing
with hinkit ship misfourUme, whieh Is
the omend or its kiMd within the past
fee yant.
NEOROES MUST LEAVE TOWN.

Twenty.Four Ho.:ras ivYn Them to
Obey the Command.
Nepo, Nr.. .N t .. .--'i chief of
the pcHk2 bas it' ik' I un d;'r diat a2
a.rero{'% auut lea^t.. i A i witlis 34


siet tu.
us living In tihe vrrit;ty
r homes and tioriel.terpm
lores, all 11c, ing with 1I
es they" rolhl .'eiPe
if the worlu restied a til.'r tiia at t!Sc
01ompanIl't I A ri''.r 11V.


kS KILLS FOUR


MEIL


Valve the Cauto of a Fatal
eldent at East Dover. .
Yorli. Nov 1:. Iu*ir Ut
In the plant ,o the Ri verl
id Port Orai: ;a i, corampl
over. N. J., w 0 ; apNihysistld
ter room of tihe ri :upanyT1l
The acrtdent s as caPlue t bf
valve IIn thi, ,ni pipje nai
or of lie' miltr" ro NTI.

am Ilulmer ,Ia' S. ChSSl
Ito K dshuniit. ;mtwa --v
er. who wan T70 .% ars old. al
i1l a' a Ilr ma,,nn ^*n. threi
in the 11oor to tlx thin valve ,
.o on overcom.b hy the 61
trlain, the in ti'rer, we'(t ,
'% aid, and he. too, w l*5 P
Then Otto I El! thrm. of O
J.. and a man kniwn olh 0']o
who lived in I'n'. rson, li
'UP lhelir corrnc isi. but Il
vea In the effort.

MI ODECRI8 PARDONED.


Commisalon Decides to O1
Her Clemency.
ts. Nov. 19 Mamie le*Cit
Ite woman who has b tn nerFtWU
'e-ar sentence In the state pOO,
fy or obtaining dlalmunds J
under falke preI nse ilk
, and who was k.t)uown a t
ndtl Queen." waM granted a
the priol conmminssii< on00
the expitratiLon of her sentele5
tomnissiton eI1t'Uev ttLy dfec4
the chance, and lshl eow CelO
h111- voman In the hiope (h
hiI her In iaklng good heI r 4
1 Intention of twlok-awi i

pardon. when recommt,1d4 b4
mii.410,lon. was promptly SIIra
In the order ETA.lonitr'O-
(iiternior T''rr'll.


-awyer Admitted to lBai.
'. 11*,. ta., Nov 19 In te
S 1,.i Attorney S Ps fiN
in It ;ntwy "r *f ciayt'm in I 31
traty. was admitted t0 be2 hl
. ,1. Kin ,v. nat the called tCU
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Chicago, Nov. l*.--Many ll
believed to have been Mlot. ad
bet of men were probably
jurwd in the explosion of live
puritfyla tanks leamed lby tal
piw'l Olasllght and Coke
rventyfourth stir t and So
aeo avenue today.
There were from. 13 to t1 e
It is reported that a brick
contlating iAve tankn and 20
completely collalp el. burylng tae
aad crushing them to death.
The explosions were so forul
for a radius of half a mille
were broken and walls of b
throw out of plumb.
from fear that the exploktu ES
continue and the t'xplosion of t|
big tauka whirhi hold millions
of Sga. no osne wunii'l ventul t
thI ruilns of the plant.
Calli ter ent for patrol W
and anabtilaLtces to every stattlati
the south side aiid a general altil


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