Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


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


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( ALEPHBIBNUM )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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More Money Has Deen Offered Than Lashed Negro Who Insulted a White:
Was Needed. Woman and Will Continue to Do So.
WITH DESPERADOES Atlanta No. 2.-The subscriptionsfor BY VIOLENT STORM Rock mart. Ga. Nov. 2.-While OF DARING AS

the auditorium and armory have Mrs. James Long oT Hoc If mart, was s
.. now' reached l2: 4.000 four thousand -- driving along the public road she was

'Two Men Meet Death In the dollars more than was needed for Use Was Accompanied by Heavy accosted by a negro named Hexekl&h In Wild Balloon Clinging]
Green who Insultingly ordered her
capital stock and bonds of the company
Encounter. I I.f which Is to build the edifice. Falls of Scow. to stop Mrs. Long whipped-up* her Ropes

The list of subscriptions was' com- -- horse and escaped. ; -
I A number,of good cllttens, both
pleted when the various subcommittees -
white and black called Green
made a report at the chamber of I upon
-- commerce to Secretary Walter G. for a reckoning. A Jury was empan-

r, 1..V'esperats Battle Occur. Near Ksnne- Cooper. Suffered Most Severely, the Famous eled composed of two whites andthree In Presence of Thousands of!
The committee of will blacks, who, after a fair trial,
wick, Wash., Between Officials and Promenade Dea Anglais At Augusta Fair
Being Grounds
: meet Friday afternoon .t 3:20 p. m. : decided that 25 lashes must b, ,the !
r t', .,. Who Robbed Two Stores for the purpose of receiving the reports Under, Water: a Foot Deep-Tidal punishment. JThe hickory was laid Aeronaut Loses Control of

In that Town. of the subcommittee, and steps Wave \Toulon.. .. on by Charley Newman a good negro; Bag-Fell In a Cotton F. Jd.
will be taken at once to buy a lot and citizen. '
Spokane, Wash. Nor. 2.A special begin the work of erecting the proposed Paris No. 2.-A violent storm has Ike Young Uriah Tolbut and old Augusta Ga. NOT 2 'Dr.
from Prosser. Wasn. says: building.The wept over the south of France accompanied "Uncle Graves," and Charle.Ne' I". Thomas, of New ""oLimoat ;
There was a desperate battle near committees have done splendid by heavy falls of sncft/r on the negroes who propose to pro- daring ascent here in t.._
JKennewIck between officials and burglars work, and the money needed has been the coast and a tltdai wave at Toulon tect the white women sot their com Nirvana. Owing to th.: i :a
'. who robbed two stores in that raised within a few days. which prevent Admiral Tou- munlty. the fair grounds, some <1: :l:1 c
town. The officers were led by Sheriff The list already pu-bll. "ed amounted cnards squadron from coaling These negro men have assured the the city the bag had to be
.' A. O. MoNenl' of Prosser who to 'IC9. OO Kid the new lists foot up Many small craft were torn from Rockmart people that they will be some miles away and It was J h
.. came on the robbers unawares in the f34.300 making the total U .,000. their anchorages and were wreckedand glad to look after the matter It white to tow It to the grounds up ee:
". "' -bush They were five or six in num- Now that the auditorium and armory the quays were flooded. ladies are Insulted In their commualt- The stream proved too :1r'W i
-t>er and at once commenced firing. have a public hall which will amply Nice Buffered most severely, the famous ty. Their conduct Is generally commented bag frequently ('a ur1 t Sa Marshal Michael Glover, of Kenne- hold the largest conventions and an promenade ties, Anglais and the by the white people of Rock- was more or less dames J
wlck, was instantly killed and Josephllalsey. armory which will house the local mil neighboring streets being under water mart. When about mile from :.
('. bra deputy* was fatally Injured itary. a foot deep. place of ascent. Dr '. ., T,
The work of selecting a lot will at The shops there were so badly Collegians Sent to Workhouse. tided to try no long<'r, and m
a tiberlff McNeal was shot twice, but Lexington Ky. Nov. 2.-Jl"1. colleglais Into the network he '
y3 once be taken up and the committeeof flooded that the contents of some of sat d ht:
riot dangerously hurt. After being : who Indulged too vigorouslyin
them the concentrated ring aad cu
twenty-five will appoint a subcommittee were totally destroyed.It .
''wounded the sheriff emptied his gun < Halloween pranks Wednesday night
of five to co-operate with a Is estimated that the damage the entangled basked Ho a-:
at the roUbers. killing one and finally were sent to the workhouse Thursdayto '
shot and traveled In
I, similar committee from. the city council. sustained will amount to an enormoussum. a a E-JU:
their trial. All cadetsof
another. are .
capturing Iy direction to an estlmat j b.
,s The gang of burglars Is thought to I __-___ __ Jetties the state college battalion and 6,000 feet.
nave bad A rendezvous at Kennewlck Manufacture pf Denatured Alcohol. Destroyed: St. Raphael they will stay In the workhouse until Not having any ballast hs O'
'. for the purpose of holding up 4 Northern Washington, Nov. 2.-The depart HI.: Raphael France riov. 2.--The Friday., when they will be put on trial ored to lighten the ship by c't:
Paciflo train. ment of agriculture through Dr. W. storm which swept over the south of on charges of breach of the peace by I his shoes, heavy leather less; 'n
The captured robber says he Is Hobit II. Wiley chief of the bureau of France destroyed the Jetties here and assaulting officers la the general riot 1 threw away his coat and cost
,. Layton aged 18 years. chemlsty, has undertaken to educate carried away a bridge the waves last night when the patrolmen tried] his pockets. The descent "
He revealed the Identity of the dead the farmers regarding the manufactureof breaking about 150 yards inland. to stop dlaatrous Halloween pranks. I little checked and he planets!\
desperado as Jacob Lake, recently a denatured alcohol. Two bulletins Three small steamers any many fUh- The students beat up the officers pret- : In the middle of a cotton nci:
convict in the penitentiary< Walla. description of the sources by which was no loss of life... Today they would not give bend, and glng. Dr. Thomas was utae} !
Layton says hip. home was formerly Industrial or denatured alcohol maybe they all were sent to the workhouse. from under,J and was sul In FlorenceColo.. obtained the method of manufacture Blackstock Given 12 Menths. Bwlgert and Veal are lieutenants of the folds of the bag when It
r and to some uses to what It may Atlanta, Nov. J.--Oeo. \V. Black- the battalion. the ground. It then Ur"J:
British Murderer Discovered. I be put as well aa statistics showing stock, aliasCrip" niaokstock. was the field dragging I>r Tiara:i
Washington. Nov. 2.-A curious result the possibilities In the development of Wednesday aent ne tl to 12 months. British Steamer On FI... ty a quarter of a mile befars ti
of the recent adoption by the.U. the Industry. with the privilege of paying a 3QO Queenstown Nov. 2. The British extricate himself He'! was tJure4 .
,Sri, 8 array of the system of Identification fine by Judge Roan of the superior steamer Vedamore from Baltimore and lacerated but is Cf
by" finger print. Jolt reported to the Tries to Sober a Friend. court criminal division, on a chargeof Oct. 20. for Liverpool, passed Kins- sldered seriously hurt?
war department was the discovery In Rome Oa. Nov. 2.-A white man attacking Mattle Adams, a negro ale Head Thursday morning and sig Dr. Thomas described It as 'V
Y tbs person of n soldier ai Ft. L..av> by the name of Norwich was arrestedby woman on Peters street, on the night nalled that she saw the British steamer trying ascent be has yet mat'
: ''enworth. of a British murderer for Policeman James Dempsey, on a of the riot. The Jury had found Nemea abandoned and on fire In said the local difficulties were
Twhom the Bcotland Yard authorities charge of throwing ammonia In the Ulackstock guilty of assault with Intent latitude 51 north and longitude 15 mountable for making a r:r J
t nave long been looking. The man eyes of R. J. Goodwin a machinist to murder but had offered a recommendation. west. The crew of the Nemea, with (censlon and In ord r not ta:> m
was a prisoner In the United Btatss employed In the Southern yards In I For this reason the the exception! of two men who were opportunity he b.ct. darcJ: :to
penitentiary serving a five-year ..n- East Home. IkJth men were Intoxicated court sentenced htm for a mlsdemean- lost, were taken << n board the Veda- without any car or appant u
'tenre for a military crime In prison and Norwich asserts that he was lor. Ulackstock waa indicted jointly more. The British steamer Syteanla even having ballast H.; r*'
he was well behaved and liked but trying to sober Goodwin by pouringthe I, with Herbert Talley. the latter giving from Boston to Liverpool has a sorry appearance aP *''
when the warm, following th egener1 ammonia on his bead. Th. Injured I t'I ball for his appearance. Ulackstock. reported subsequently seeing the Ne experience but says he wercd 1 "
order to take the finger print records man was carried to Dr. Cox's In lieu of hall, was held to Jail,p n&i mea on fire In about the same position In a day or" two.
'of all soldiers attempted to secure office for ..examination but It Is not yet I t IDS his trial. or about ZOO miles off the Irish coast.
of this man's digits. known If hs Is
an Impression permanently Injured or Killed by Train
he met with violent resistance.and not.
Escaped from Siberia. Battleship Plans Submitted. : Birmingham Ala.uv J
the assistant knocked to make 8t. burg, Nov..Geraehu- Washington Nov. 3.-Plans for the before noon Tnuraday aFitzpatrick. ..
the record' was down and Kemp Killed by Timber Cart. aln, one of the most famous terrorists proposed giant battleship were submitted II'' a well known a '."-
roughly handled. Mount Vernon. Oa. Nov. 2.-Jo- and head of their fighting organisa to the secretary of the navy on this city, was on his war t ) fVhonss
sic Kemp, the 20-year-old son ot Joshua lion during the Btplagutne and Thieve Thursday by constructors who have with a client b... was nand
5. A. L. Plret Vice President.Washington. Kemp, of near Terrytown. In regimes has escaped from Siberia availed themselves of the opportunityto killed on Twentieth *':c."
Nov. 2 -'The official this county was run over by a tim 1 concealed In a water cask. Ills Jls- compete for the battleship. Very lag by the Doyless erupt!' J"i
Announcement was published here on ber cart" and his skull cttuhed. from I appearance Is a serious menace to little Is known of any plans for the on the 1.. A::: N. R R T* '" r
Thursday and stated that W A. Gsrrett. j I the effects of which be died almost Instantly. personages whose lives tne terroristsare ship which It Is .assumed will b.Y.1 Bagman says that he Car:,;'
general manager of the Que.n (i I Young Kemp was on the ; now seeklsg. as he ;Js a skllK\i n displacement of at least 20.XX tons. crossing sad that FUxpVtween -''.k. f
.and Crescent route. has accepted the timber wagon sad fell from the log I I organiser and one of the most remarkable ) All plans are to be submitted to congress him and the appr .:;.{' -:
position of first vice president of the of timber while passing under some I Il I men the revolution has produced. which Is to pass on tbs navy la an effort to get aeahead -"-* -
tteaboard Atr Line. The entire op- i|l l low-banging limb of tree and the department's! sctloa. The vessel willeoet. of the Iraln He was V -
oration of the road will be In charge(i wheel of the timber cart passed over ?___ __ exclusive of armament sod armor. down and horribly mange '! '
.t ).I,. tiarrvtt. lie will be given his ek..U. killing him almost InstantRsllresds Two Killed In Collision. ttt.OOO.OOO. ceased was a grandson -
n free hand In All matters pertaining ,. .... Little Rock Nov. S.-Iron Moua KHxpatrUk. who was g"tr,;, .
t'' to the operation of the road. Mr. Oarrett |I Need Laborers.Ban Laid Train No. 202 leaving UtUe Rock Girls Defended Fstftsr. aba ma from 1811 to 1S.";> a r
has been general manager of the':: Francvtsco. Calif. Nov. 2.- for Memphis. Tvnn at 220 this Athens. Ala. Nov. 2.-During n member of one of the CDt r
Queen and Crescent since 1t W. havingpreviously The Houthern Pacific wants 1.000 isborers. I ntomlag. was wrecked In the Argeata .oarrsl at the home of John Woodward families In the.stale.
served la various capacitieson This Is the statement yard because of a collision witha
of one a farmer. 7 miles east of here
the Mt l.oul.1I11nal.. The of the local officials. Orders have switch ..a&Ga, A. Woodford, Benjamin J. Roberts an aged tenant New Or...... Man Cem:t. 1''.
Philadelphia\ and Heading sad other : just come trots Ttarrlmaa. to hasten fireman, of little Rock was Instantly was frightfully rat abort the face and New OH** *. Nov ;2 '
roads. i iSwgsr r killed, ana h atagtas A II. Green
the development of the pacific was Ra tahann. 21 01' '
slope body by Sam Woodward the IS-yeer + veers
4 Imports Deere.... lines Within the next two years'l so badly hurt last be died at nn early old son of John Woodward. After from horn Tee***? s''e: t
j I hour today. No ....** were InGeneral *,
over S.WK.000 will be In :. teas been '
\VshagUkn. Nov. 3.--The dtsa.s .- ] spent taecesuHnitttton :-... J. cutting the old man young Woodward tarn no. .
ties .ff ct of the Cuban revolution t upon the importation of sugar from coast by the n1..aa.t..... j jI i Missionary Cemmlttee two daughters of Roberts whowere emt aa.l a note w'". '* '
that Island to the United Stales Is Buffalo. X. T. Nov 2 -Dtsbopaof attempting to take their fath Banks of the MH***.lo" '
treated la hulletla lured by the ee- J I HIGh Price h. WHsVoens.New tae ftJetboOUt > >coTMa a..rch er's put were eertowsly Injwred. Doth RJMfaaardt old tae ft*,'.. '. .'
tarlmenl of commerce and labor. The Cork NOT, 2.-A London dl.. I I from at) parts of tae ctvtlised world WOO4w.,.. have been arrested. his parent that hi* h"
tut|*>ns fell In $.:m. patch says whalebone at a ton I met hers Tnarsday wit athe ministers bead la the ai ..H...s.' M
OWO pound. ng-,lB.t JH.MO.OM lathe ts the prospective result of the faHvre and lajnen oe. Utntlac the generalmlselenary the 8trs>*er. a nave J 'pr. '
.' VrertH el 9
.000 Diamond.. rt'
tirecedtnsT moaVh. a.. IT).COO.004 of the Davis BtsrH sad Greenland romsitttee ef tbs caaren.Tne j . tits pnttre h4CHI mteeM.d .t
)4oat&oaeQ..Ala..k... <<
pounds In ttcnleotWr ..f tat year Or- \, Whale- fUhertve. Done. whaWr cossmtttee' Is ..... _p of eighty 1 t 2.-Mrs. ita.lshardt et N. lndlst. !
r. M 8.u.a.
dlnsnl Cuba. supplies. abort two- ;: nave lest ...t.r... aJmot emptyhanded. << members 0.. of aM.t tsspor :, had *.. and St...* sad egg.b4ag. his fans r nt
'' wort* of dUmoeds store :If"
Wtdseedajr .. ;
thlrsU of the ..gar roatleg Into Ike They report that a h.rrVraaewstoh last aeticea wtH s-e she approoHation **. tetra seams Mss y.c..c ', "
tntt4 State from for.Un countries. I packed the eea with lee prevented of .a.we..0.4 fur aOhmary work. r.'r.... eastght CUs.Se Hosier. ....... to ,... iris .e"
tot for the month of September, she them from rcala the n.alag I. rite i treat whom they got .". -egcH.d ,....
little oa.-ttd. grown" *!*. ,; I the Je.**. and part ., the -...,. Therwre -- .
ssppitM but ovr fatal MaHeWee Gobretfee.IlsaHagton. 1 I eoeMaag them was taken tram
I I TKe Fftre Was an Ase&dewt.1UrnInattam Vs. Nor. 1.-4Urt..w her room.Abe W..**...*. e.-..
Juntas Dana Deed. i tWan. .I Ala SOT J The --.u sad Robert miey want m>roe... 'i .ew Yes ....... : t
.... O. Nov. :.--slnnlns Da. :, cores>...". J.rr which esgaiftag bees ........ WT rataJty shot and George WaMfeyttaltewee **** [sport Duty* c.... .neewd era ,... ...... ... ..
as. .*4r brother of Ohariiv .. OibeOS the recent duUr...s baardlaaA.w .......nsiy ......,.., wttAN ce rasg I I f I j I I 1t e4oe. 3rr. 2-+The shomos otL ...a.... >U 4S9MM>*r .< .* .
*.... 4d at flsekeyt LaVe.waero near .- The.... 5...- h wklrh I at ......Ir. 0 ....,.*..e !,L. the *.... d ** ass ee*>. .h.** steams .1. s4 to a sari r" ... .e.
Newut. he had to shoot1 l i tft wane ...* were em4 ** .*ath.rnrtttvl !i lals elty Ajrly TVir4a > They wereom TTHe at .....\&M.u the slcmsler :,oeae'31"raml4 t_ . fat
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R. F. Orman and T. D. Link of '
Windsor wer among those who cameto
' emorial Service Conducted by the city on business yesterday.W. v"N1TV -- :

, Gainesville Lu1ge.ElkB.: .. E. Baker ha. returned from Perry ":'

V and other points In Taylor county, ;: t"\
iEHVICE AN IMPRESSIVE ONE where be baa been on professional business ' .
for the -
past few days

Several' Addresses Upon the Ufa o f F. W. Ornlghlll. Abbeville.. 8. O, baa From time immemorial moralists have railed

,'Deceased ,Were Made. After Which arrived'. tn the city, and will remain .' at the vanity of -woman. .Here is woman, and a ',-

Resolutions Were Passed Deceaaed hero permanentlyhaving accepted a beautiful one at that who says.that vanity is an .
,. a. Prominent Member of Lodge. position as prescription clerk at the l' instinct i
imperishable ; that vanity like love
drug store of Dr. W. M. John,nn. is ;;
Vpt the second time since Its organization one of the great forces that makes the world go :
, Oalnetvllle Lodge No. 090, B. Ira J. Carter of Newberry not only round; that to be vain is a duty to humanity and G
'. one of the cleverest fellows
O E, was called upon Thursday In the .
%Vest End.but of the an essential of success. :
.+Evening to observe a memorial service one leading mwr-
:' In reverence of a deceased, broth- hantsof his town, was In the city 'yeserday It's an original view ; what is your opinion?

('.r,. Hon: Walter O. Robinson, who all. and paid The Sun a friendly This defense of an old time sin is set forth in our .,
,breathed bta last on Saturday Octo- I
(fcbr; 28. new magazine ._
Judge Sid L. Carter left yesterday
The service was opened by Exalted for Jacksonville and other points. The 1
:Ruler II. 8. Obobb with a beautiful udge Is a hearty and enthnvlaetta supporter >
tribute' to the life of deceased, whom of the drainage amendment, :' 1
he had known and had bean associated and .Is making many speeches In be -
with intimately In a political and half of Its adoption. WOMAN I

professional war for many year*. IIU Paonders & Earle, havingbeen compelled "
'address was full of pathos, and wasRely a to Increase their storage f AC IIU

}ouohlngon. &.lee on account of Increasing bust .
Kialted' Role Chubb was followed ne*., h.nt.d the Trnby store' r
,, by,flenator II. II, MoCreary.. SenatorMcOreary corner East Union and South Univer-I

also spoke with considerable sill streets, which will be Died altogether In the November Number .
feeling. Ha stated that he had as a store room for grain, etc I
known th. deceased for a qoarter of This firm recently made one order of .
a century* perhaps 'longer and that haoold lour solid carloads of grain. . Now on Sale at.aI. Ncivs1O =stands
say with perfect grace that he '
never. ,knew a more, loyal friend.' Ha Mr and )I.... If K. Hook, who cents a Copy $1.QQ :2 yc... I
were recently mtrried ., Lakeland
personally felt deeply his death.
Messrs* Burkhlm and McOurmlok have arrived In the city, and a r. THE FRANK: A. MUNSCY co.. New York

poke of their high regard for the da.eeaied pleasantly located<< at the home of hits "7 I
,and dwelt upon his loyalty and Annie Brown, West Main street, N.
generosity to Mr. Hooks has been for some time the '
every enterprise for tha
benefit of tba ClommonU,. efficient cashier of the Southern Express UNIVERSITY VICTORIOUS. PERRY. COLSOH(, Pres. J. W. ElABDIKG. Ylce-Pres. B. R. COLSON Si
W. E. Dow Dr. J. F.MoKlnstry and Company 'In this sift and has ,
many friends' who will extend con Riverside Athetetlc Club Defeated In a
Postmaster I. O Lynch nil made Impressive
h .. talks Postmaster Lynch'* gratulations./ Pretty Game. ALACHTTA COUNTY

I talk was especially touching. For sae. A meeting of the JUne and Gray The second game of football of the
er.t years hettad been Intimately a*. Association. was held In the office of .e"'OD. being the game between the ABSTRACT OOMPAIIHCOBFOnATKP.
t eoclated with deeeasetl In a profession( County Judge Mason Friday afternoon Riverside Atheletlo Olub of Jackson- ]
.1.) social and business capacity, and which was well attended. The villa and the University, of Florida
'felt that the deceased was more like a purpose of the meeting was to assure earns, was pulled off at the baseball .
.Y brother than a friend' to him. the visiting Veterans to Gainesville. on park. Friday afternoon which resulted l.c..ea-v-L.L.J..e'I' Fla.
After these touching remark, .the. the occasion of the reunion on the ''n victory for the University. boys, the ::
following resolutions were prevented I 18th and 44th 'met. of a cordial welcome core being nineteen to nothing.The .
"The Title Is tho First "
and and also game was fairly well .attended
unanimously" passed ; to assure them that We
do an exclusive: Abstract business
with facilities
hough not as well It should have for Impartlr
the as
members of the Blue and the Oray INFORMATION
Resolutions."Whereas concerning the Title to any and all lands .In Alacbui
would do everything possible for their been Those who were present, however ALL BUSINESS TRANSACTED
1l . Gainesville Lodge. No comfort and entertainment.the thoroughly appreciated' the clev PROMPTLY.
ABenevolentand Protective Onl.rolElh with which both teams
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hat again suffered an Irreparable notwithstanding that. .
Ions In the recent d.ath of our Brother loss to this lodge and to the people Riverside' failedo
Wahn .0. Robinson, who In the full, of our city and State, w. give expression from score start, The to was a fast one ABSTRACT & REALTY COMP

nets of years, has ben called from' to oar regard for his person

ae clatlon among his brothers and I alliyour. esteem for his virtues and COU CLARK TO TAMPA.
friends In this life, to affiliation whit'hotl. our reverence for his memory | be..It I=aoorportedlE.

countless numbers who, having further . Will Deliver AntUDralnsge Address In I E. VOYLE. MG-R.
passed over' the river, are resting In I 'Resolved, That our. sympathy. be South Florida City Tonight. Abstracts of Title and_ fall Information furnished regarding land
'the shad of eternal contentment| and extended to his relatives In this, their lion Frank Clark Congressman county Oar manager has lived In this eonntr thirty yean ai
"Whereas, This visitation of Provl. hoar of sorrow, and that a copy of from the Second District of Florida, le thoroughly conversant with. land titles.
denee has Impose upon this lodge the these resolutions be forwarded to l eft Friday for Tampa, where tonight,
loss of a beloved brother| the elty an them and to the !local press and The with other prominent speakers, he Is
energetic, philanthropic and pUrlotieClIII..n. ) TlmeS'Unlon for publication* scheduled to make an address In op. IE. IE. "V 0 LE..
and our State and Nation a "J. F. McKmirrar position to the drainage amendment.
-t" distinguished ofllolsl wuoe. generous "RQ.T. E. DAY" Ool. Clark Is an eloquent' and forceful LIRE ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE
," senting a number of prominent American
'V. E. and aompazl
Dow English
widespread charity and pa* speaker and will no doubt draw a REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOA 8.Ga.l.D..esvLLl.e .
triotla motives hive long relieved sal good crowd.
k faring encouraged the deserving. and : r a E1.orj.
et.mplltl.d the highest. duties of civic KIROV SMITH CHAPTER. Always Was Skk.
life| therefore, be .It
"Resolved. That deeply conscious of Interesting Business Meeting, at Which When a man says he always was sick,
Five New Members Were Added troubled with a couth that lasted alwinter.bat 1 LIVE[
/ .. ---- by Tb.Smith regular Chapter business United tneetlngof Daughters Kiss. should say he would never you was think sick It since he OAK. PERU! ( GULF[ AllROA

WI have the oTthe Confederacy which was held a s ntlng Ballard's Horehoond Syrup Schedule Effective. April 20, 1900.'r
the home of firs II II MeCreary Such. a maoexist.. )11'.1. C. Ol.rk.D.n..r. = -

Thursday afternoon, was well attended Colorado writes i Fo/ years No. I No. aAr No a Vo a'' No.S -If.. U
Exclusive Agency \ and was of uauseal Interest, since I was troubled with a severe D.ur Sea Oatr Dour.e& STATIONS tl.nv eaaaalhtr I a.....-.
.1.adlarae membership of the cough that would last all win. -t--tAM tle era __ _
far the I'h.. ,. was Increased by a... tae This cough left me In a Lase I''PM. PM PM I'M AM-
great deal of Interest was mss'' miserable eendltion. I tried Ballard'aHorehoond : .410 I 1 .,, .to .......-... J.e ()all...... .nI.. .. A"h.S 44 . .;,
-I. and have a'' e SB Aria Araw ..... .. Leta EA..IO trr/F
ftsttd especially In this meeting, since Syrup not bad Lv a ea LV 4 4S 1..10 DowtlMr. PMk. r Lease. .r. M Aren
Ick day .In... Tha,'. what It did for sal 4 ayAr m ... Msr.Jw.etlo. ...... sa 4 ti t. e
It was known that Una arrang.m.atwould m.,* Bold by 11'. M, Johnson.REMOVAL. Arent ArSM Araq ...........t..rrp'h.' ......... ..... _,. .. :.
At1a.u. .. 1terito ,
I rte'? .
be made for the reception to be I'.PJ.. JlP'NS 471.41 i'cosa.etbe
Blue : tendered the Veterans open thj area ------------ ; flat; ;; s1 o-u;; A+ tag as irate so.f 4 fro..u .C&:1: st..r

a sloa of their reunion here on the l3 b Ailo....:-f: :Uo..*.!.or.e..U.e.tY Mere. AUcw..A.naarwtr.a older a.'rsoae rotate.w e.3 M c. n
and 14th Inst. A. asi'rt.oae lIT r.'a Uetiater. LI..o.aa.
These to T15WaAS L )\vL .u." 1........_t. n. r. norEnf".c..n&ra-...
completed, and the receptlopromises a Lave 0..lit. ru aDII>A.
Ribbon to be one of 'bel.a4ID. tune*
lions In Gainesville for the pre...' --
year Each department Is IIIb..
hands of a capable committee, and a

a, grand eveeees le To the many customers ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Spring t*l.'. Presldeal, Mr. Stringer oprooksvll t
:2 ..:..: -=- _._ .. _
/.. was hoaoreU by the appointment that wo disappointed = : '-' := ' --
to represent Kirby tft=!hb
Chapter at the Natlce- Ccaventloah Thursday by
..b. will b* h.I.lI.$ Golf Port. Ml.... THROUGHSERYICEL

Tile Guaranteed OH- .11 the 14th last. being delayed with
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'Te \pered Spiral Spring. j Hfadoft
U. lilt do.. for many years wit. k '
honey BacK If Hot Sat the train 4lspateaere.. of tbe At- try and catch up on

Untie Coeut Lie*, bettor tae test f.wUHkntbs - --- .....
the 5th of this month.ERO'NN.
isfied. nsa atr the Oalareell
pas and :'..",- r.....r 0.....,. ks. NO OUANGB (exe.p. whit Joe leave. with the Afeet" F....
.....,.414 ,. als Ant love as J ,..le JACX30XVILUB' OAPrgSYmFail %
natural .. ".. old |.n.elU. oe tae .... OC.ALA sad
9ALNPSYIUE ee4 ",...."" l. the d..I\&.. ...*. ..
Mr lligtle. u regarded at *e. ef the
y I It.1 FURNITURE atrst mprrtlet diepamA.n la tnttstrt. '. Ufiroittle Levy obcsLaeii. IreTicket-
NIM 0.".... C.atuara THE PLUMBER.

gPjNY......, s.e*...4e4. )h. ltl4" tesapeeaHy at J. A. GOO W A:-
t.. .15.. oftk# Res sal e4e.tri Hit kt 0. tW 2t4tUAttC-wtih TW IILIW D I ii :
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N4 i__ THE...DAILy SUN: G i.\MNESVThLE, FLORIDA: NO VEMBEIt !*J; 1$fi U6;: \> .:.. '{ "

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Offer Co.Operation With All Daugh

SCHEME tens to Aid U. C.V. Reunion

:]r DRAINAGE At the regular monthly meeting of

- HEATING J. J. Finley Chapter. D. 0 Thursday

.' to Appreciative Audience afternoon, the following resolutions CK :

were adopted i
Friday Night.
;House "Resolved. That we, aa Daughtersof

FACTS the Confederacy,extend to the Confederate Loaded Black Powder Shells

p SOME PLAIN STOVES Veteran our aid and sympathy

and the In carrying oat their plans for Shoot Strong and Evenly.
mtrnor the entertainment of the Veterans'

I'Board Lemon In the Form I reunion in our city, November 18th 1 Arc Sure Fire

JTcensral Round-Up of Their I and Hth.
Will Stand Reloading. *
Manipulating; Project. "Resolved further That we join
p hi our efforts with those of all Daughtersof

'., to appointment. Major our city irrespective of Chapter They Always Get The Game. '

[Clair-Abrams of Jacksonville connections, in the one united aim of

the citizens of Gainesville making this reunion a soooess, that r For Sale Everywherts

itrttBtg*qoeatlon at the court Weltalle: the kind hooor may accrue to our local Camp
U. C. V and to our city at large.
-trtkUj arenlng.r that are sure to .'Resolved. That a copy of these
r the coolness of the weathitrovd resolutions be sent to the Stonewall

was not as large aa hid please arid call put Camp U. O, V., and a copy be ...n'.cJ We Arc flaking: a Special Leader of

fxpeted but there were many The pally Bun for poblieatlon. t
,th.majority of whom were then, up promptly "Indorsed unanimously by J. J. Fins CENTURY'RYE
ley Chapter U. D.O.,In session Thursday
There were a num- .
Irotcrt. "
Nov. 1st, 1000. "
(dies In the audience however. For Family and Medicinal use, and we guarantee this whiskey. '0. {
iiQMker. was cleverly la trod need A BOON TO VISITORS. be equal to any U. O whiskey oti tho market.

tflf.TomF McBeath principal of \

,W rtltr High School, after Tampa's Palatial Caravanserle Open Price $2.00 Per Gallon
."t.o hours Major Abrama During the Fair.A .

e4 I to rip the whole drainage hotel management that will spendIn Express Prepaid. and. Jug Furnished Free.
.helodlng Governor lirowardIfsAtrpoblla one summer I2S.OOO In renovatingtheir
men, up the back. house what the Tampa All of oar Liquors are guaranteed to strictly Comply with the NEW }
BAIRDHardware PURE FOOD LAW. Send for Price List.
frd BO perloD.ll1amel. however Hotel' management claim, that their

tk* Governor, whom he pro palatial' earavanterls at Tampa Bay Is

ilohiadle. in a manner which now lo better shape than It has ever

(tort made that distinguished of- Co. been since' the days of Henry B. Plant JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.

an burn who built It. This paper Is Informed f .
tanker called attention to the by Manager Lauber that the hotel will Dept. O. .

ittit the amendment conferred be open to the throngs attending Flor
.board of drainage rommis-' Long Distance Phone 345 Jacksonville Florida'
i o appeal to the voters of Alachoa county Ida' great Fair at the reduced rate of

all tb. power. He stated that logo to the polls on Tuesday and $3 per day and up. which will make 1&bJ' -- . .- ---- ... -- - -C.-- . -. ,--- '-- ..,_- --... ,. .. r
lewd comprised five members, vote against t.heameadmpn'- which all odds the very best place to atop
power was really vested upon during the Fair. CLYDE LI3STE
would be a future curse to themselves, s
tstths fire, as the majority would to their children, to their gandchll.I Rooms and board may be engagedand -
I to srery question presented I should be engaged at once-by
dren,and for generations to come. I
i tapmied upon hi. hearers communicating .(,ta bit Lanber. either )

ithtt the proposed amendmentth.L.glslatureofany MR. COLOHAM DEAD. by wire or mall Ind If you are fortunate
I action enough to se'ure entertainment

veal that all power la the Former Citizen of Gainesville Passed within the luxurious surrounding of ttP
ret Imposing drainage tax would the hotel your stay' Tampa will IM
Away In St. Louis, Friday.
(4 (I.this drainage board and full of an enjoyment you eutnot oLb.rI. I

>this was no provision of the Telegraphlo information to L. 11. .. hope to experience.
tail to the number of years in Lone this city Friday afternoon an

laimx might! be imposed. nounced the death of William Cold- A Year of Olood.
[ip the question of powers ham which oocorrtni'ln S,. Louie on a'ov rt B.A.XLxN'GB :ID.A.OEIqvmmx.: : .
The year 100S will long be remem
spec this beard be staled the morning of Friday. Deceased was UCTWKKNJctclctaorwille :
bared lo the home of F. N. Taeket of
1 fire ... no mention! In the pro- bent sixty yean of age. II. was a Alliance. K,., as a year of blood,which and Noxv "Vorlc

....4111.n' of the Everglades. native of London Eng bat has beenIn flowed so copiously from )f f. Taeket's Calling at OllAJlLKtiTON B. O, both "a,..
All rower web vested In the bo.jd'Ussotire America for many years, the greater
_. Slate Into draloetiif part of which time has been spent In lungs He writes that death Severe seemed bUedlfig very near.from The Finest BteanslilFi IB the Coitwfe Service

they so Gainesville He left here about two the lungs and a frightful cough bad Southern Lines
: Olydo New ) and *
to the statement of years ago for the West, where he has brought me at death's door, when I England

Brown! that the maximum since resided. He iris a paper hanger been taking Dr King's_ New DU ovry Krfljcht' &."''Iee JI.'....n JACKHONVJLLK.. ISOtrl'OK.84
'*i....a"D aer. was a small and decorator by trade and was ensgaged for Consumption with the aston PJtUVIDKMUK and All Kastern 1'oiaU,

Assisted oat that this tax was lo business here for a long time. Uhing result that after taking loa Calling at Char lee too both way 1.SJID.4.I .

...taso bad ever been Im- Deceased Is survived by five daughter bottles I completely restored andas :- VV mm x.B 1 rLrNf'GRfIIoo.

ss wild lands lo any other *, one of whom II! Mrs L. U. Longof time has proven, permanently .b boaJld. .. ....It ". .. . . . .. . . .... .From L.wI& Wharf. HasinaNorthboand >
Ie the Union-and yet, this this eity. The other four are Hertha. .cured. Guaranteed for sore lungs ,...... h. ... ...... From Foot nI CatbeHaa a'., Jacksonville

bard had the power to Imoo Luella, Ruth and Ueolah. of eougha and eold, at all ctro'.ton..

to h. all swamp, alluvialPKSaw.d whom an married' and located In various Price. 60e and II. Trial bottle free Clvdo St. Johns River Lino ;,
lands In the sections of the country, except
State of
IJ.c... .." .IAOKUONV'L"1Co nod HAN 'O"P
the latter. Jacksonville Carnrvsl.. Nov. Bth to lOih Stopping 1'slatkaAsir, lie re*ford (P-tudand lutermedlale. Landlaj
rBrovard has stated that The remains may h* brought to On aeeouDt of the above occasion oa .... Johns Klver.MTKAMKU .
most b. taken out of the Gainesville for 'Interment, although no
will sell ,
Coast Uee ticketsfrom
"u* legislature, to guard definite arrangement h...been made. Atlantlo t'
OJT-Y- OOPIXappoiated J J.r..CBSO .L..L..L.J'
u. all pofttts' la Florida lo Jackson* V
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W .'eo.eo.rupLly. influence of LOVE. ville and return at rate ef one flrst* : loeallaa follows Leave Jaekaonvllla flundave Tuesday
J lo.rm tJnoed the speaker, re- DEATH OF d.! .. far plus 29 ...1. fur the rowed atMt'.ta.m p. m. ItelwTaleg, |*ave aNa,,'.,.s Mooch,.,
to the drainage ques- will be sale WtNlaeedays. Sled Vt4a'aaJ.. m.
.'skoud naturally construe Passed Away at His Trenton HomeAfter trip. These ticket on ;:;' :;:ox----: ; : :.... ....:"'-.::-.' ..:;. s :::::-.- rr"gr1; : -::"'::':: -- arr :sr:..' ;
rat No*. fttti to ..h Inclusive aa4 for I rats. Ctl1aluan -
ens lh1 those opposing Illness of Several W...... .* m:m. $ nmtm 9t%
w, .4 control the scheduled to arrive la Jacksonville Lave a t Jt-ea.. .... ........ . . Jacksonville . . . . .. .. .Aritv" :.J".... _.
*** Legisfe4 T. J. Lov of Trenton died- at hie before anon of Nor lOih Fled limit a/l3 pw .... ......... . . . rr.Utla. . . . . ... ,..... ..LeaveArrive tltO iwr.
poxes: defeat thereby the home Thursday afteraoon after aa IIIne of these ticket good ieavlag. 3..1L...* .IIIJ era. .. ...... . . . .. . . .Asir .... . ... .. .. .. . 9lfld post
I would Ilk. to ask of several weeks.Deeeaaed vllle not Iatr than sntd-ftlgfet, Nov.lltft. . .... ...... .fl.r+.f M rrl.4.., .bleh would you s of 4..)am . .... . . . 8af..rd ., ... . .. 0 five)asta.

....,.*,.-vfc. corruption wee virtually was fifty-five reared l years. the WeetCad. ageand The. Caraival at Ja.k.oavllle this !?!'! .!!",: '-::" :.. .. .... '.. .Knl rpr 'e.,. . . .. . ... . I .

-'r..' t.blell consulate* He survived by a large family year will b* "...,....* ,la every ,..,.,. I: tllatZaA1'AttN.. DTIClCT. ... :! ()!'MIQIxt. W. HA Y rrrM -.d KbtUYi1.L
t tie we'd.'a' ,.. or the, the impe.tbv ef frUods potlbly. da e0afceald ra'octgtopIanx.Jtt. aw.u...t>. ... ...... iw w.t.>*t
7 to whm sad veryeae w e tae : W. .
IDe. the O, OXtr: & .Jit r>*4 ... ****. J..r. .
"' auJoril takeadvaalate ef this ..
I. ext.ed.d.Deees "ror- .
G .Mwaics.M.wYY. ,, I JIJI..
2 fd': HAOKMTT.(Ice. T. LY till! .
Asyt ..member the Ofcffle* Ja.ts.nviN.. the J4e.
< .d was a salty t. lilt .
-o stated that be did ). (I. KHr.K. Vsee-Frrebleal Oeaeret Maaa....
"7 * to not tlan Cbotb.' aDd lb. aneral. was Mid trofM>H* of tb. ftfcaleFall 0..1 0.. Jn .salmis ..... /news M..........,. N... .._..

k. '. alt' JMJaaue that the ",.1H4 t.e..c ,.,.....,.... Pallmaa narv.liae..eo. .* .' u __ "._ .__ __. .. ._. __ _ . ..... _.. __. ._ _,'
kw" at thle board e A -* bet asked If It wa was la Jepcw *e .4ery.D trot Cct Ut*. _.....:.. r _-

.a: y -o. history' of the ..ra.>e4 wee a very ..+...4s..el mea. __. ._...4 N

b : 7 I*e world after ant had- .as y h...... tfcrwagkeel lfeeoanty FaySholesTypewriter
s tw
h3 .taeBN where CASTORIAJ'w I
I"IIIC :x .I _...... ___._. _

-" t it.d Mat ...r..r Made Happy f+* Lif. ... IM* a..4 CU14 .

r ?!: gstag shout t'". Great a>api lae...... .... ... b.w. Tla KW Yw Nan. AJnys JII&W 1 ; t
:: State Ia favorjj of H. O. BI.". ewa.i s.--"..........

.: ra.w. aa4 and hag. ..18Aitaa.: "': ,... .%.. a*. ..... ***** hlaqB

h :.,ae" = s .4 efts.. pofatr toes .s..r...e ,... .rftI few ..** I r.s.4. iaatars o( ,
.. k paylag 01. hi ...pW.t ft* ....*. H. sye'. t.

> Ht+ratar T" fta .. ")I, H.... daegkUr lk 4 "'* VSMMdee ......... .r ...tiwn. +a. t Till 1fGst
t 'slag -r aH tatc *., wbt** ,.....** MB. *.t.... XACUt"J OS TUC ....ulanunlvrKSAl
c:: ,...lar ...ta> y ....**.efe tietr..1
If worfc frwfta SMH *
.. ear bet Ke" et4HbdHwe* *. l... p,...,....... er..a...f w IIt; Tabulator
a. .
live *Wr.u. ire K). rM Ruses.
rk J trial .. .
t- ? rwrt .... .., .... KrTWAKD
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:. :.. ...... ta. ..... i compose ..eew quiet. .... J DU. JiI........ a ...r*. woeI. ...14 Everyef Maah1u. .
j.r ." 4
... ws...s......," *felt a svr. ...... as.mpdala4&, ps.....ld.R4tlsfy ..... ........ ..... aft V.fO srtlobTstd
::::;. IC. .... Ibat 0......... fesaab ..-1....... sy.... afllsssro at .ht.4. SAM pea.La. Lfg t.. $b1fif Wgtstat Zeaolagf ?lsot
..s d pw....4' iM.t a.. e.e sasrftd
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t, .ttarpkr llpr+wt ITtltave tlw W ,4Jly.
.11I4 .......u.c.... aOdmiC. starve Tito >fd.t ..
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,." T flM GIVEN TO WAI....KBR. Do You Want toWhat Kyha' i 4' Itbandon/tl\f'f"'" iPersons Have Catarrh Kidnel
l) mh 414- of .
-......-,.- '. : .,, "<)'t. 2.A
I You the ( M'mt\n':
the Tutu?. eay a
|, Found Guilty With R comm ndatlort -
There IB a growing: *m bas been tofcu-mtM rite t But Do Not 1 It.A .
to Mercy. Hjntry In favor of HKVHCK sas tend: U. i* Stiles' of th Recognize .
MJ A, No"' 2,-Alex Waller. the COMPOSITION. It Is but &
.. Interest In department of agricul--
have some
evtlty negro wno waa put o 1 that which lio or she of the Aoiei-
sition of aa one War Veteran Spends '
'In tie sup 'i*.or court ''Tudayng. to aw allow, whether be to find undrr<
who will try a
charged with true-Muni mttllclnv. of Dollars In Ilia Attempt to Cu
1o1.1UIY Heard, was u lUMOffnlcIng this growliiAr commercial treaty, baa been Kidney Trouble tie Took Pe-rn.
j.on tike part of the nubile:, Although tbe state depart "
d guilty: 'by !tie Jury with a I"M- I that tae fullnnt piibficitT can another rea r.M Upon a friends' Advice and'
Judge Roalrltately the ,.1It1l-811 rrxd repatatioii gives Proved the Best
1.nation to Oj"rcy. Medicine
I withdrawal of Stiles It 1 t. era
clnon. Dr. K. V. rteree. of
tfcprlsonment Ever V"cd.CATARIUlOf. ,;
sentenced the negro ,q
has -taken time by the Berlin that Germany ex-
and;a motion for j were and is publishing his appointment pql
trial was Immediately filed bT;; of all the tnsredlMitt entr'' the kidney
i Iea4ing medicines too Impossible to obtain con hay
'.. J. D. Kllpatrlck. lead d dU a.
.ne,) : Discovery" the popular liver of this report. the dIspatch e.
beet for the convicted negro, stomach tonic Mood ?either officials Intl- x It Is not until the diseaa. ),M a fit
M, that the ease would be car regulator; also of his government would s' bold upon the kidneys that the patl .
tion" for weak over Mr. Stiles' coming
I to realize
of tb begins that there U
to the supreme court and Invalid aome
down, nervous promoted the tariff ngotla-
States, should the state aucourt I and out-spoken rangement of these organs.

sustain the verdict of tbe 1 the par of Dr. Plerco.well-Known has .Th slight backaches, the feelings ib
(exactly what his
.court.. j are composed of. completely to See Brother. lassitude,and other warning ymptor
evidence In the case was eon harping critics who bave Nov. J.-Little Devoc: of kidney disease are overlooked ?

Wednesday-..mornlag, Imme 'baa justly boon attacked compiled them.from A dropped fainting In the They are not serious enough to det p

after wblch{.lot D. Kllpatrlcky I medical authorities of all Yonkers Wednesday, Th e ; H the patient from his regular work

for the :negro moved lh<. schools of practice, showing to a hospital and whey Even when bedticovvr that the kiJneys

to exclude all evidence' that thi, of endorsements tbe several! Ingredients by leading m<<"< her plight was due to uL i are affected to does not reoognl* y

acted In the official capacity. book'. medicine A she bad tramped a grea the dlfflculty as being caused br ci
e act creating the omc. of In- '. Is mailed free to way from Buffalo. lied des tarrh.
siring to learn more
>r of roads and bridges was ape able, native,medicinal plants New York where .be Catarrh Is sometimes ao very gr Jm
Hy attacked as utupnstutlonabo Into the composition of Dr. '' living. Her mother, In Its approach and its earlier aymptcanaeaucb 11

: ground that It was a pecla icines. Address Dr. Pierce as was dying In Chicago and<, alight discomfort tbat it I tj
and that the i Dr. Pterea's Plea.ant Pellet not noticed. W'
general law, wtsl
not a ap-o ated antl-lrtlloue rranatat her expressing a
contained matter. as to the ap alate and Invfgorat. litOmarh. son before the end came. However when It Is one
of Jlowela Do not beget tb* i Ut In. the kidney.. It become. dlCUull
tolent and salary of and a
cur,ronaU aUon. One or two no money resolvei
not mentioned In a larstiv.and rotulr.Wr.tbs. disease to extermlnata.Jndeed.eatarrJa .
acd bridges : I New York In an endeavo
: cathartic. One tried
agUve of the
i IDtlon. brother and carry out be: Jddne".l. nor
I e' Roan held that the act wai .b0a00o Tt GIVEN>* IVoid A WAV.*'* : Railroad men help serious than catarrh affecting some of
constlsal. I Medical Act _r. a book that ) I the other organ of the body
rat law and that It was I journey by giving her free<,
tnt of ).ew cupUnt a few .
that he< In th* kidneys,Itls liable terminate
., The negro stated years aa-o. at '1.6U per copy. ,
a porter at the New Kimball ho I i ..., year w. car awayin.tsn In Bright. Disease cr diabetes, both of a
I >> worth of thHM tnralaa-
and, that he lived at Brownsville. I I bl e book Thus yearwe.bsll on Riot Charge. YMWLMTCO%. which are recognized as very 'eriooal

admitted: coming' out of his house 'Rive .away Will Lou Sfto.ouo share worth" tblabenefitf ftbem. Nov. '.-A telegram was ailments If not fatal.

the firing. In which Heard mel If BO. send only Kton evening by Rher- The thing to be done when catarrh of! h

U' occurred, but declared thai I of*roalllna-cont ctampa only to for cover book oM In from the police authortUei+. the kidneys !. discovered, ,. to take! gt

Immediately recognised the offland tiff papor covrra.. or 'l stamp to the effect that Lydei Mr. David L.. Jay cor. Chaplain Clar some lnternalsystemlecatarrhremedy ] tl
for IJr.JI. Ind& J. 0. 0, T. and 0. A. It tbe'
with- I bnifatob Chaplain one that reaches the very aourc of !
house In s
ran back In his V., f..r Y. bad been arrested that
Using a weapon, fearing that h. will be sent there tt 805 Broadway, Oakland, Cal., writes i catarrh and remove the cause of the]

be killed.Municipal ,prisoner to Atlanta. Hi difficulty. Is
Win Decided recently by the Fultot "I am ao old war veteran. I contracted Such a remedy has been found la'Pernna
Washington, Nov. Z. It reaches catarrh, no matter
Rellsf leans Mobile Norfolk and I jury for being Implicat severe bladder"and1 kidney where It may be y,
Francisco Nov.. J.- A mast i riot. On Sunday Sept 23. trouble.
which are competing for located in the PC'RU-NA FORbody
.lag ofxcity employee and friend- nal freight shipments, won after the riot It Is charged I "1 spent hundreds of dollars and -whetber In. KIDNE'OlS45f..

itoerlng about 2,000 I In all, was victory In changes: made In pushed a negro man off consulted a host of doctors, bat the -more exposed I

Wednesday night to .11.0& an or.itsation al draft of the canal on North Pryor street neither did me any good. membranes of the nose aDd throat, or

to support the city admin- public Thursday by hotel and shot bin "Finally some of my comradeswho whether In the remotest part of the i

Itlon.. Speech. were made b) Isthmian canal The day after he was bad been cured by Pernna advised kidneys.

am Reuf and other, attacking' contract originally was the grand jury and left m* to try it. That Pernna Is atone* the safe and

and Individuals engaged "I bottle and ItrQst reliable remedy for catarrh of the
spapera vided that _contractors I at one bought a
j'mtoovertng aliened municipal scan be carried at half, rate found It helped m* so much that I kidneys Is proven by the many testimonials -
alleged that the B* Charitable It for four month. < written by those who have ex-
The speakers ma railroad steamship kept using nearly
,j ck upon the city administration the changes announced as well as to yourself. "Peruna has proven the best medicine perlenced Its benefits.
by the Cltlsens' A1IIw suffer from pains of any The testimonial given her I. only a.peelm.
sro Inspired this provision and throws I ever used. Uy pain are
.. of the many testimonial on
*. llesolutlons were adopted business open to all com horses need not suffer. Try and I believe myself to be
gone our record, pertaining to the relief af.
ring that graft existed In the dts- Callsrd's Snow ;Liniment. ,
cured."I lorded' by Peruna In severe case*of kidney
nutlon of relief funds. The pr pains. J. M. Roberts, naI -
O.B.Out'bans Testifies. After be trouble.
feel well and would not
nt relief organlcatlon Is to be I Mo. write "I have used "
** i
address Pr.f. .
For fro medical advice,
I without bottle in time of need for!
the Municipal Relief Com O. B. Burhsns :
Ova i aa tt'J for ten years and find It n. Ilartman President of the Hartman -
A** of Ban Francisco and Is pat N. Y., write.r "About ... I bavi ever o.ed for man ten times Its cost. Sanitarium.Columbus, Ohio.l .

id after Tammany Hall. I wrote you stating that I Hold by W. M. Jobnion.

entirely. oured of a sever

"1. uy taking Irs. than two Money for Railway.
Hid a Close Call Fotey's Kidney Our, It ;, Nov. t.--TUe leglsla

., dangerous as the lara removal as surgleal my of band operation a malignant from my InSag topped pain have and disappeared.the symptoms brick dust I of am.. funds has. voted to the a Canton further Rail In* JACKSOnVIUr[[ ((41VAI.[ flV.5)= I 10, 06

tier'* hip was prevented by the -- .- --- .- .
, that I have never had a ,.' - - -- -
---- -
iieatloa' of lloeklvn's Arnica Salve, of those symptoms during ABUNDANT.

'A..O, Stlekvl of Mlletui, W. Va. years that have laped' and

Utent use of the salva eompl.t..d .- death eared to stay eared We. .ff X)*..,._. It 091'
.) .,* 'It," Cures cuts, burns and Uy recommend Fol.,', .....r..S". SE..A.E30..A.RDAIR ::
Jesus. 25. atalldruRRlsts. to anyone suffering from .,..Uon* and dandruff e-ur-.

--- bladder trouble.. J. W. ', .* sticky. or Irritating. affairs LINe RAILWAY
Chinese Warshiptanghal. A'hoN'. ) ...thl, aood. n.... when not

Nor. $.-.To. Chinese & Co, .________ naturally lusotiantlr-
rLabor the cause or nntenth of
Chin Wa Is. ashore at the enc -
Up Lodging and dandruff I. caused Announces a rate of ONE FARE plat 25 cents to Jacksonville( and return
of the river Assistance has Itostoa, Nov. !.-What Tx only war to Cur. Xan4- for the publle. and one cent pr mil for military companies and brats band..
lii tent' to her. to be the largest labor 1 the germ; and. a*> far. the Rates apply from all Atrnoy Stations Seaboard la Florida. Dates of sales

In the world wa thrown that wttl po4tlvety November 8. 8.7.8 and 0)>> (foal limit, all ticket. November 11, 1806. Call on
arm I. Newbro Ittri krld- your Ticket Agent.
Wednesday night. It was barmiest. free from gre.**.. =-:_ :----- -':"--==-=--_._- ------=-
the 8al.aUolArnlT In the "* matter or dangerous drug
t JA3. F. TAYLOR. 8. O. BOYL9TON. Ja ,
at a cost of >$200.000. It I tnatanttyi makeb 4r
ries high rontatna 287 & I son a. aim. Destroy the Traveling Passenger Agent Asa', den'l P*... Ag nt.Jseksoofille. .
remove the fTect." Sold by Tampa Fla. FIs,
reading rooms, swimming
"'.'" **nd 1Ae. In atsntp for
"1 baggage room. Attached Tb* 3Irplctl* Cow. Z>etrot.r. CHARLES B. RYAN KDWARD F. COST,
tel wlU be a free bureau .,
General Passenger Agat. Second Vle-Pr.*idat,
3 r t try of th. unemployed a .... A c.., Hp.,..tal ArraU PORTSMOUTH. VA.

bureau for the 1' ..

case for the poor and a fr
.... M. G President& ; Cashier
1I ..rJ'. all of which are to b ABAM. II. lr TATVOB,
J avtnlacs. also W. HTDS, V..P..kS.DI Las OaAMAM. As t. Cashier

ac= There Is No
Why your baby should b4t

All careful rtful during tb* night Fruit Syrup
ahe esus of thin sickly OFG Sv IT.Ta'E_

Women use tstnral that a. healthy baby n.ant to take

'at awl sleep ..11. If your laxative Doc THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALAOHUA CO

tot rettln Its food. doai

silk, eolle ease sad oth.t or nauseate.
stomach and liver Capital. .$50,000 00
"- ---.. rat try a bottl ofVnli
Woman who sa" t #, ,.. s .. ''ermlfog. and you wilt& and chrcnlc con Surplus and Undivided Proflta. . 30.0OO OO

rprsheadsohes A' .1 a'- .'I _- baby li eve. color and laugh by restoring the .. .. .. .... .....
DOse..M v.ty a..a**, .. rftt r.MUeeee W M aat .as to ... .
,-rtM Oil' toatorpui l.v. r. r'?'old told by W. M. Jobnaon ... ....--......-......0.4.p ....*.**.. IaWM*.&....
UntfUlhelratolust uItCRmSU w ItI ,'.al.omot :... action of the atom- 4...-..!ir1H.
anti otter dru .. and bowels E,TAYLOR O".P,
Osro* Ad. t. "'
QUICKLY Ct'Jtnousiw Q':5 ay J. n.Jf cC llass A New York. Nov. 3.--A .s
fl. ComUpatlo <'h.u. .. 'bu..Aeoq:: 11179
' Il.tu says avruateenest -- ----- - - - --- ---
land freest,1)ytIpepsts.
aU U\9'f"c.m.'aLli. Ut. oweo or fleecy "-, I..
'1 '* t J). I9IUp )If II r..... sday a4c...t that C3rg J3.F. ]o-crTTO &; bo-

It .. .f- t ,. ti....f ti\h.t.- C4aywrtg a4 wtt. 1* ..
I I. It' 1t t>1 ......('d. _w.Ut", t taarrr Mite 11.... Hal, DIGESTION
rrirtl.: Itaa. ... ,,- .tstvtIle -. .!....*.* ** wb*> bas ..

at 11syre.'st w -t44 tcwt. era, a aga tens.Ranaw. IB A 3MT BtS..a.
I .rtrwwr.strestf It .1It c edie __....... .. hate dwa. .
alas. .... .....ory, s+..7 sew..
'Rlal I't\c. I striae \ ......

Bard Snow UiAmtt( Co. Tfc* most fs no M strike "'" aWN FAULT ,.a*.*.-. ........ ..-..-..........II'psrrera. err .,...... ...........
.a* land are l>r K".gs 2Cw t1._M ..................+1..a.r..rr-_........wa.e.e..esr .
tT UH.IS: 'th@I : \\\111. Mver aa4 bowl -ea .w....a '......../. saratasleGeee.rM ..
.M0. i gw :: ta.M.w. fast .....sass": ".:sa w CatW; =
....., qe.kl settle the ,.. t t.. .. rsN evW! e..
s. ......m as
i 1M putlytag rra arose'" ,\ct.

and Ldecentntettide1 bv.W. ..... to ....U.>*U4ra.**... '%! DAKCRY..

. IN. JOU>b02U 2ats>.< Ul e. tUtl..... D4 a' .U.ra ;'t it. T. mctuirciK. IY.*>. GSV:: I.a .:r.:mJ FLOF.Jr: ) f.


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-- :::::::::::: '; T.- -------- --- -- -'--- --- -- ; --- ------ "---'-'-,- - ---- --- ---" -
\! I town that never h3.Jthinlt to -'

; : : I } tn a public way .V* oia the way to .., )1)1i.r ,
I i cemetery. Any eiHr-u who will \ .I.J: ,. --.JI. "
I ,
: nothing for his town is helping' to '

yQ> } the grave. A man that curves the k =::;.il'fMMM..r.a1.R.+'M m J7A t

furnishes the. como The man 'CASTORIA"J :
T Iwr ; is so selfish aa to have no time
bT his business to give to city affairs
........der tttittirr. +
? the shroud. The man who
_. Infants and Children.
-L' .- For '
l f ipt. COBUXI irjtooma. not advertise drivingthe( hearse. _
-- I man who is always pulling back

art" r RTER BLOCK.a Taw rxors3.agiied I any public enterprise throws bo- ATO +. The Kind You Have
.. on the grave The man who is

entry moralug ex- an to he purling hard times, fv
$ ;- t py carrier la ihe city,or the funeral sings the dox- .... 'T Always Bought d r

lam'_,(.,tie ws Gaited moth.States; SE.Ibrte,post.gew ) and thus the: town lies buried XV celabIcIVcparationror As

weeka-stoutly In all sorrow and care. similaUng $ltlcToodandRcsula
rl f'r five
thcSloiaaChs aiulLknvcls of Bears the

iocal column I*cents a line ... in today's paper will be
' ,,cents for each additional strong appeals from the people
Arcadia and Avon Park DeSoto Signatureof

_,r .dvectldng made known ont ,., to the voter of Florida, atk- JgesUon.Cheerful-
the latter to oppose' the drainage< ress andRcst.Contalnsndtha" of

sun..aa etcbt.-pase.fort- i men'. The signers of these pe OptumtMorpbine ior1fr .M1. '
.icc every Monday: andrblMhed r..ld..ln the drainage district NOT NAtCOTIC.ANnardGiD.Nt1xmC: .
r:.,.states all the news of the i the voters residing< In other sec ..

p'1..&late and *"*" of and the will Unitedbill ** : of the State should carefully con td
to say Tart '
p .for lt. a'car-Ia adyaace. what they say before burdening S..l-.
with a tax which would render
.. bill become due after Bret of them homeless. We ask the .s..r.. I n

4cbemenq unites otherwise II of The Sun to carefully con- .A"'l""t 1 .1-.r.. r
not known tone
_n ct. ,...
for advertising la ado the petition. .s..J-
to pay '
TUB DAII.V HUN. Use t tApetfett
IMb n I ,
GAwa.vnl r. than
;Miami' Record which no Remedy forCortstlpArion. -

In Florida gave more ardent and .Sour Stomch.Diarrhoca.
CRATIC NOMINEES. support to Governor Brow >Vorms.Convulsions.Fcvcrish-

of CoeirreM! Id Conneulo. In his campaign for:the Democrat mess and Loss or SLEEP.TacSinmle F 0 r 0 Y e r.

. DUtrtet In 1004. Is advancing
4 giSK CLARK of Columbia. of the beat arguments we have Signature et

rJMJMOf the Supreme Court against the adoption of the drain. Thirty I YearsCASTORIA
&PABXUILL.of Esoambla.a amendment. Certainly the Gov NEW YOIIir. ,
j warm ELD.of Leon will not say that The Record( Is r

,. sgroad CommlMoDer for .it supports him In MiiTEXAC 1
IIR'1'ON' A. DUTCH of Levy. tblnR but his drainage scheme.
t1tVSONDURR.of Dade. x
, -
| MUM Attorney Pth Circuit: : . now the most prosperous conn r COPY or wgAp'Ca.

1.II.RIVERS. ( In the world seems to ba New Zea Uwe eeaMWe--.. new/vase arrr.X ol

| tatau Senator, bad DUtHcU Out of a population of a little
K.H.MCCREARY. than 1,000,000 one-third have
',. in the savings banks. The
House of RepresentatlTes :
ITDU CARTER. per head Is, nearly 11f.COwhleh "T"----
t A. DOKEMraostTAaeeaorl .. largest of any: country In the I IC

e Statistics show for New Zea ,
W W COLSON. the highest health and the l
hrOnstr Tat CoUcntort ... death rate of any country. ffif ;;'dI'l: :
You Are
W.&DICKINSON. .---. .. - -------------- 5 ,

,.Coanty Tresaurentvleaben
K.a PEELER. The Publisher's
Sebool Board lu t a Company that is Responsible. liars a Policy Correctly
B.B.HROOKarcB. C Written With Liberality of i'olicy Contract and the Company r
lays Losses Promptly"
*.r. rurcH ims Sustained
a WEEKS. 4 %
.fir only Commla!loner: e You Are Assured '
r.r PAULUNO.IF. ruhllhers. of 'eHetor'e Intemattonat
. -. taatIV' I.tnfs.aIbe.upu-
TOWNSENIXW LTmMirfclBWil>Hu;btys..alltwthicicry PSI That no serious loss van overcome you without' you have some ...
MATTHEWS. I.andweetirenri.hwi( Invronr ",rt.with refuge.
C.c..PEnRIC1{. '. .. ::;.nseI tl.slarger
anverer requlavwwl.. another seueacN
ere of the opinion tiMt this ftil..irallon .
sp sppesraneea keepswa cl alt.'t: io their finances than ItthalL.letense pe.cbct.* a.tt1bM.lHcHK end>r*tits rr. , C a
set thing In the world. now etau4 teal tburuuMhljr ii.. "

qrni talk of *(..t.trt in every._1''mlrat.l detail has lr"cornx-twl'i.i to inert. in ) None but Reliable Companies' Iteprssented.
the er >e rotiutrvotrnte c.1 *
govern- --c; ::tak-. sa.,ie of p..f+ua.r I
titter the drag trust and +al b lcdw* than: guy geasratMjn

(ht to see It get a good dose"rope. ta tb.w.wWsvvrant..hw.l.lw saps MMII.** to a-VI t hat we refer ) 5A51. 1\lI. CU-SHJlt.A.N': C
j Jd>> laj work a*of
: ;r.-.= auger '
*> In arcur i>r rd deans. T I
ant that In the (ut ir+a li llitMMtlt Information cheerfully furnished OAINKHVILLK, FLORIDA
ne lbs enauta of tvlnatarrt refrnscw.cukaI .
k| colonel 1 has organized aIbr .&a r Irnr r.f'W i.......
tile porpee-of shlppiagt7 \ ftwe.. ...,ttrwwg, A " "' ''''''

eater to an parts of the :.1'1... "" ..rrttt.t __'--" -_. _. __ ._.._ ---_ .- -- -- - .- -. -- ._- .....--. .-- ... ... . .-l
rvbsptumal _;a. iwwwrf'J.uw.
parposes.t . TTu o2me rvy.ri,!. WKnSTKtm ESTHER B. JORDAN. W. W. HAMPTON.JORDAN .
. -
Jedge.adroratti-general. DICTIONARY
t fly,ls. Informed the & COMPANY
anyone can nee the wa irtvMi tt the latertMU
I"I for advertising par- : a'J: : "*fair,i+I. LouM.


amendment was draft- .woQI"Mliw.da Inaw
tn'sag: hsad: aael the more,..-/rMe ULOCK OAIN !SVU.LU, FLORIDA

t 11. users convinced you &. MIRRtAM CO. @

Tw' $t it setlnst Is a dangerous it.e ex. aarINOrl.LD.seaa5., MA*.. Fire. Life and Accident I:r:i1'I es:

... .. ___.. ___ _ _.... _.. .._...6 - .- -.. - .. -#
.. e' 1 hereafter- givei DAY CURE"e .JDat"r! A.DX.'XIJ2'.mn! : 1000.

..wtnl-d m.n. and ...-.
be..i "'wife fsmtllps 10 :: 4' ALES' H.F.DUTTON&CO.Sea
: .
; passing around an .w.w.a .
..... .
Bather .. ... '
hard on a -.ere a -..-. ----uEAL .-- -
t-s C-;:Jr to marry. v dom.-.......+MM n..eed-
I GOtt01a. '
.... -
''.' ArniT ba. edn t., I .
ed'1-. : : ,*&4 ef the round p Mtlf 1.. APID'.a, +.10MtL w. ifl Bca Inland Cotton & *l, llt'KJrertng and Twine. Wn1nU

;, '..eft bullet. 1& b. a ?.y a a.w..+,1.n.MM../M... Leather in Btrlpw or 8idc .

a'r-t, .: pole and Is !-* .r .-.w... efw C, .
I .... '''.De. It has araadl rt4 i+ .. ..dt r- .....w.a Mary :Manufacturers of tliw Uuineti Ikiifr Improved EnR1f {h

t ,1'Wt iards and a pnr sac A s. 4s W.s sw.. Sea Irtland Cotton (.Hn. and I Kupplta; for !"n"'J.

; :y'fyard.'"- ire tlrc a ..,taw, GAl 'T. $VILr.E. > e FT.OHIPA IT B A

.. .. . .-- . - ... -- --
t>.wwaa *.. - --

'vs .-ew York* willand I G. S. MERCHANT CO.
S. rneaa hagtmltt. ..*... ,
... 01vorpora r l KeUlUr sad Jokers U
c ..
tn -k; their' erJli
e and Groceries
Staple Fancy
Mr. Ileic.... ( : ,
= .
+ Ir at eeralecte. I
t:: 'est.. *.n. of ;... i .y.r x_ 4snl /ir1..4 rain. iirdtn Seed aid ftriillzartsnocrrii
: .
tai CI f'art.p. !>t.rLg a raw sal..w...t.,t..w,.M tom. IwlaFarllrr RIDE WVAKK. t s e OAIXKSVILUS.f 'tll'U"
buret be ... teas
d .w .nr..a.
teIw. wee e.t.a
,ac3 t" .. ..., ao--P.aM .. i w. ..otenr. !. : .u..... ....... peM. ptsit lee.-M .... 1'4. aM eskerrt4aa.

: slt.r.thep ro.esI. it it J ,
.a. s Qa, I t SNOW A 0-..... steak flay 0.... OeU Y1l..r, Arse. )I..., Cu+ss.. feej Me.bad ..
't N beta e..eU"A I / !iy.._ W. a>a4U eels u.. irEIs Y ft EvT! geode at the WW.T.iT .
be.......... -' i. KfCJUf.M* *..4. Resrea... ssit.fa.U.a ..hsrsYsy


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; l'HJ+. HAlLY SUN: UAINES\'IJ.JJ.J E" I+'L/11LUA,110VEDIB./ R, H IJU6. 7

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-- ---
_ .# ,
Men States Baseball L.egu.
11et. Ala., NOT. 2.-The annual FLORIDA STATE! DUBTAMPA
loft of the Cotton States Baseballgue S E..A.. :a a ..A.. k

has been called for Doc. I, to _
i ecI) In this city t It is expected / : +

a number of cities that were 1*. Air Line Railway

league last rear will forfeit their 1

,bhlses and new towns taken. in

dent C. D. Compton will be reI'd NOVEMBER 14 to 29. 1906.SEABOARD. : .FOB . _
,for this season according to
,predictions of the league mag
". The season for next rear will Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southe
11 'In the latter part of March. ,

Air Line Railway Pines Raleigh Richmond, Wash- ;
will' Convene at Montgomery.

tWoblle, Ala.. Nor. 2.-Tbe fourth Announces a rate of 'ington Baltimore Philadelphia
iaL contention of the young Wq- "' -

..;'.,Christian association of the gull IL' .ONE FARE. . New
|.tes. will convene Friday afternoon York,
MOD&001 e..,... Ala More than a Pins 25 cents, plus 60 cents, ono Admission I ,
Bred and delegates from clt Coupon toTainpaand return 'f {
fifty for the public and one cent per mile
and colleges of the four golf states Why for Military Companies and Brass

be in attendance. Miss Emmaa when Bands Rates apply from all Agency
Two Trains
; ot Chtcaro. national secretary* Stations oo Seaboard In Florida. Elegant Daily 1Seaboard

U attend the oc%rent Ion and will ad* BALLARtfS SNOWLINIMENT DATES OF SALE From points
.is the meeting next Sunday. North and West of Oslneivllle and Ar-
/ eher (Including those point), November Express.
Food Commission's J3, IG, 17. 20, 22, 24. 27 and 29, 1BOO.
ifcry,and Report. WILL CURE and from points South, November 14th

me Minnesota Dairy and Food Com and daily, except Saturdays and 8on-
that RHnUMATISM' CUTS, OLD days OP to and Including trains' do. to Seaboard Mail.
shows Kenly't
Mvslon'a analysis
SORES, SPRAINS WOUNDS arrive Tampa morning of Nor. 20th.
Laxative Honey and Tar and STIFF JOINTS NHURALQIA Final return limit all tickets. Nov.30th e
*'. Lasatlve Ilonsy and Tar eon SCALDS ETZ.. 1008.)

ind opiates and croton oil. Opiates ; O. A. Frlodol, Dallas, Tex. For further Information call on your '
poisons and eroton oil l I. a violent i write: "luaelfAllnrd'itSnoMrLlnltnont Ticket Agent or write JAS F. TAYLOR, MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMEN
for my family. It Traveling Pass Agent Tampa Fla.|
'eons purgative. Refuse to acceptbut 1* the bout Liniment made. B. O. BoTtsTOX, Ja.,A..'( Gen'l P.*..
Fole,'. Hooey and Tar In a It relieve burns and ecalda.' Agent Jacksonville, Fla. ; OHAMLBS B.
How package. Fole,'. ,Honey and 23c. SOc and $1.00 RYAN, (en'l Pa... Agent, or EDWARD ,
'contains no opiates or dangerous F. COST 2nd Vice-President., Ports Only Line Operating

rugs' and Is th. best cough and cold Ballard Snow Llnl ment Co. mouth 3a.eTJ6IPa268.

frt.. J. \!. McOollnm A Oo.I HT. LOUx XCX. Dally Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleanJ
;,* : :: O. _BXS

Duke' Nephew Held' "-
Sold and Recommended by For fall Information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard
Tampa lla. Nov. 2.-Lawrence GORDON BL TIBOK.DKNTI8T..
ike, claiming to be a nephew of tl. M. JQlL4ON; liaiaervllle... write S. O. BOYLSTON JH.. Assistant General Passenger Agent,

II I. L. Duke tobacco magnate, la JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

", tag detained by the police hare on State Fair at Tampa.On .
account* of cashing a check which was
aoeount of the Florida Htate Mid Offle.I. Mmr lAw Es.kanselOAta.aILL
turned down The check was cash Take The Atlantic Coast Line
Winter Fair at Tamps Nov. 14th to *. Pty
/d by a local bank and was returned,
';.aac Duke ha been detained lie has 59th, the Atlsntla Coast Line Hallwaywill ..

wlred his uncle In New York asking sell tickets for one fare plus 70 DB.3. U. ALDERMAN FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS

I',' far' help, hut his uncle has replied haa cents (Includingadmission coupon) for
not responsible for the trouble and lb. reond trip. These tickets will be r

'itM bank Is still having young Duke on sale from points north and west of DENTIST. vial 11" Via VU

"14. Archer, Gainesville. Rochelle, Hawthorn .*" North WOr LiL1l(I t J.7Em.:: MMs::'P Wd t jMk'vCe DBPOOI.or i

and Falatka, Including these Over Dotton Go's lUak. Oala..rtt.e jMks'avme
,, biggish' Liver Foe to Ambition. point, Nov-. 13. 16, 17,20. 33, 34, 27 andn'h.
You cannot accomplish very much From polat..ou'h of the abovepu.uts Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
i jour liver Is Inaotlv as you feel and not Including them Nov.

I I. your eyes are heavy and slight 14ih and dally thereafter except Saturday DENTIBT.Ofll Tim Table In erect July 29, 1808.

'. "Htlon .xbaurte you. Orlno Laxa- and Sunday np to and Includingall
:**v. Fruit Syrup stimulates she liver trains scheduled to arrive In Tampa Depart For GAINESVILLE. Arrive From]
e In Miller Law Exchange.
sttd bowels and makes you feel brightactive. before noon of Nov. 30th. Final limit
8 UI&h Springs and In'.r. 7.25. as
104 . Orlno Laxative. Fruit .leaving, Tamps Nov 80th. ; Opm
Graduate University of Pennsylvania. Daily z L un m.c1laa. Polnu Dail[ x boa
"%rapdoe not nauseate or grip and Th. Tampa Fair this year will be on .
I* soled' and very pleasant tntak*. 0,. a much larger scale than heretoforeand 1;OOpaa Ocala, Leeaburs and Tampa, and 2.b6 p m

_\lMi I* more effective than pills qr or. Urge ero.d.III go from all DaVERE B. MORRIS Dally Intermediate J'olnh; Dail)
DR. ,
Unary athartie. Refuse eubtiltuUs. points In this and other States. It will a.00pm Jacksonville. 12:40pm

.:+t I.; W. McOollum A O. be an eioellent opportunity to meet. . .DENTIST. . Dally North, East and West I Daily
old friends and renew pleasant aoqualntanees. '
2 Gen, Lev's Nephew Dsadt --'* 11 a00 a m Hah: Springs, 'V"csroa., Savannah Brunswick 3 10 p m
Port land. are. Nov. 3,-In a vlo Full Information can be> had from .over Mare.. lfe0.1'a. %.1.rom ....tirts.. Dally Albany.Atlasta. all Points North, East West DuiL ytlbpm

:,r..t At of coughing shortly before his all Atlantic' Coast Line agents or from
r:4th a! a kcal hospital, 1I: T.. Mills, 10.03am
Frank C. Iloylston District Passenger
'..'Oregon pioneer of 1S7.. and n.,h> ; Ball Roshelle lle.DuPJ aDd Citra Dat y
Agent Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson ; y
If** of Uenvral Robert E. L*., coat.trsaad.r I T. IJ. ELLIS, n.. .
vllle fla.ALACHUA.
of the confederate army rals44 i ,
_ > .. . . . ... . 12,4Cpm
from his lung a buckshot that hfca4 -- - '- -- -- -- ---- - ---- ATTORJfBV-AT.LAW.' nail, I Palatka Ds+Py
| carried la his body sloe the chit

|rear. ekes, as a meravec of the Ff. COUNTY. -,-,- -- -- =-
''Meath New York engineer "rp., hagainst .. Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 mile of among the prta
:4rwjht the army commands Alarhua' county Is 800.40O acres In elpal railways I. the Southern State,are oa sale by the principal agents.
'-r his mother's brother.No ar... has 38 miles railroad. POO J.A.. CARLISLE. Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York via Atlanti CoaO
mllea wagon road, M poetuinees, ATTORNEY AT LA Line via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
133: publie schools. 37 phosphate<< \Y. For complete Information call on
Css of Pneumonia Record. plants, SO saw mills. t78OCO courthouse
And Solicitor' In Equity vlUc.
';' four newspapers, and pro J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent, Qalne
W* do not know of a simile! instance
Uueee cotton ties. Address
corn sugar, o lanetng : .
turner' a cough or e ild resulted In oats rye, potatoes pineapple,orraehH. R.. Estate, C and O.a- FRANK ::. BOYL8TOH.!' DIs. Pas*. Agt.. W. D. STARE TraY. Pas. iin '
.. seal Practice. All business promptl W. Baa-. Astor UAII4I,, Jacksoavlll Fla.w. .
.., lumoal or eonsumptlon when Fol. &. pears plume pecans attended om door <<. .
!. Honey and Tar hat t...n taken. and all kinds of vegetable oOte. to. Oaua.vttta next FLOaJD"to Bus .J. CKAK CI Pm-*>t<*rr Trams Manager K.UmaaClOD.N.I.I.
T. WRIT, General Passenger<<-DI.. __
earrt roughs and colds perfectly

ido, not lake chancre with some ..... Gainesrille the County Seat. PERDINAND BAYER.ATTORNEY .

>wn preparation which may contain
fates. which, *au.. eonsumptlon, a. Has fourteen ehurohe two public Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

'. faun" that retard recovery from a "hool..the University Florida* GArnasr1LL*. _: Fa.oaln...
: S1rl. Ask far Faley'e Honey and Tar "boo-\ thrre nenspapwtf
) tobttUut"o United \lead offle,ti. beet Can sell you. Uy property, (In* THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
refute 4 rferd. J.
any < ....r. fire alarm system. ."*"WI proved and .. : phosphat,
'.r. )MeOolIum Co. and gas lights, two !*> ftrtortes, roektag and .IaaCru"W\1) .. Head him QF FLORIDA.
machine' ;shop, three wool factories a list of what you offer for sal*. 2U2m.
CtHckvn with Paralysis.Wh ,cotton a''''.two mc.* ft stories, .-.--.- TIm.Table In July 1t08.c. .
.vUog. \1'a., Nov 1.--futtr Ihre railroads,two fertiltt.tmen. -_.-
nfsetnring eoospattles, one fibrimanufaetory. W.1!:. BAKER.
kayer > .hh.. of this city wlUI
one rectifying tar --
cog at the n rvo.s rcntair term .**......> plaal. two teaks. and wall TTOn.EY.Ay.LA, : & f;.L 1141. 1. Wo.. 2. yto. 4 -- tr
tn. rlrtttU court \Ve4lsatorg.. was stoeke-d store embracing| .vrj* Dab Ia1M.8TAT10N8.. I7ay. 041. : J
kea ails paralysis. lie was r.- I thing IB th. ,.oniB* ll... . SOU O1TO R IN OIU.XO&&Y.. 8. -

r rd to the Irospttal her. .btre th -

y..Mata' ".... &I'... tap aDUs OAI.ti'19kiVLLLE.. A 1&4... C .. FLJ.Otn Lv PMI t t>- A \rft> r Ar.AM ArPMT A A t:

Ma r.cote1. JwJc )ltvt w's ... _. l.del Blook. ti) f at 6 ,.t4" ..... ftaa u-o. City.._. TOO a at ,
pca .4 a. judge of tae first JMrrrutt ". UI AT I.NO .. _... -.-. -- - ,---_ -----.- '... -. 1 *> *$1113 t. 83en H'I_.....d,.........T p i'l.a "
lit Jetty 3. 11*. H. tsof :J ; 9 ::II 4 a '_.. ._ .. ..... aa. lA
ax*. ItACTlQAtJLTBCPARCO LOW E.OUND.TRIP 1LAT}S V CO P43 aS ...... .. . T.... ... t 80 q-
, 2 :In ;Ie 4.+ ... . ..,, .. . 14 :
sad VIA LOUISVILLE & NASH. 3M K> 1-8 IS A.. C L C *** a.... ..M.\ as .L .
There. r4. Us.'ralkleg 2 18 Ar a 30 A r ;. c-"
eea's beet tl..blae forTh itarwu.x1ZLtGrTiCA VTLLE B. E. rAr510 J .... t4. eeeJ,.,..... I .r ,

you I' 4 U !. .8. A. L .. .
It..,. greater t.trl.Ier.e n. r........$..a "u.n.t =0 .Le..r 8.Nebg.. w' aft
_erd td .*..f'f.C ......." Jf y." kODtC: IRo will eel'.t.-1rip ntH from Js *. I 4 :a 0....... Orewiag.. st

Wert from llrerhuspla. ..,. If year arfrlfal. eoav4q. .......the.e ....., a.3 1 -. .1.. ...... .lto.asy PMet.. . .. .. .. .
50 ssa t 1-- .4.-
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evblea will put U !.. Ha peeper seat4JL ...... pw4aw.. E"-twwtery' # ' a c

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' :NGAPPEALf "Itl" ooooooooo fasten upon the people of Florida an addiu NOTICE

roooooooo 0 >nal burden of taxation, wUU to request
the right-thinking people of this ftownly Clerk and Inspectors of
FLORIDA VOTERS <> and of the State of Florida to vote against November O. 1900.

10 :& Girlhood:. and Scor Ernfi .. ion are 2 such constitutional amandmeut The following named persona'
;' Four Strong J2eona been appointed Inspectors and
linked ? "
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1 ()fexr of DeSoto County 0 0 First: Because it fastens upon tba peo of the Election' to be held in theat '
oppose Drainage. o ';;';'1< 0 pie> an enormous additional burden of tax precincts of Alaohna coon
o The girl who takes sSfeotft g:, Emul0 ation. Tuesday, November 6. 1900.

tITpN AGAINST AMENDMENTs o Jion has plenty of rich red blood ; she is <> Seconds Because if wd'.mendmeDt.. ia Ob'n J. O.B'd DAMP Co.!

adopted by the people it will place an cone.moue .
2 plump active and Attest! 8. I'. Wixxoxa. Clerk
Now Affected to, R.. energetic. ':. power in the hands of the Uovm nor
a -*s Great Burden i and his drainage commission. DlatrinlNo 1. 'V.lc1o.-J. T
prom Placing :i P. \V. W. Sprkmn. U M

bM Th,m--Strone Reason Why The reason is that at a period.\vhen a girl's' Third Because the aucceaa of draining Inspectors ; W. 8. Thus, clerk .

Should Not Be Adopted. the Everglades ia uncertain and the effort District No. 2. LaOo.*e-T _.
,rnent o digestion is weak Scoffs Emulsion Frank
0 merely an experiment. nail, Edgar Parker foal

'[' ,. ..iiovoassanhoneatthlnklnR'llffr provides her with powerful nourishment in 0.I Fourth: We are informed that there lan sprators $ J. T. Stokes, elerk
and carefully consider District No. 8. AI."hoa-Jan'
t resd easily digested form. litigation now pending in the courts to
which we, the citlaW Stepheu., T. P. bl'nard.J. U
"Motion below county Fla., and re- I 0 g determine the righta of the State and certain 'Inspector } E. E. Bell clerk
sppkg) .. railroad aa to the title to this lanj District No. 1. WlllefordOsicen.
S.b tine Okeechob** d = evodl. = It is a food that builds and keeps up agirl's g and if it ahould be successfully present to D. 1 Jo: Flowers clerk
mpecttolly J +
the railroad companies ahould win
strength. .> District Tr..nton-'V.. I .
State.plaede o : ,
t ItJI the litigation then the will have
people O. A. William. O. C. Doke ins
which! we own did belong .. .
o '\ .n paid this enormous amount of money for OW. Miller, clerk. ";
.IitC! S. Government and we made ' drainage purposes for the benefit of the District No. 8, N..bfltrrJ-P. S.on. ,

M.tead entry upon same and con- ioCt04"Qo' ALL DROCOI8TSI 8Oo. AND; ,OO. railroad companies only. T. M. Klneald, O. V. MrQ
_fIG the O .vnor'. statement : Acres of land (Inspectort D. U. Roland,, clerk
UaJi hire been assessed at Gfill' 0 .- acre for the drainage tax Drainage Miller, D. A. Robertson 0 J Jliiipeotors (
pet Name. 1 District. | W L. Hill clerk
Postmaster J
JV.. BAitKY I ment to Article XVI confident aa we are! lug a IbiDg.for some of the people in this A. W. Sargeant. . . . . . .. .* 10 District No.8. Hawthorn..

jrtI4ia. F1a., October 20tb>-Tbe people' that the adoption of this amendment would part of DeSoto county. John Corduello . . . . . ... 2W. Martin Jo:. L, Johnson, T J.mond .

,pfg in that part of DaS<>10 county I work a hardship on the undersigned and 1 Krause . . . . . . . .. ,'. 2L inspectors | R. II String
district Would De olfrk.
bdSW in the drainage Lavepre a Perpetual Tax. Frank Thompson . . .. ... .. SO '
addressed to the feeling that the taxation feature ia one of niUrloNo.. Island Qrnv-
:red a strong petition Third We desire to call the attentionof Charlea Wllkeraou . . .. ... .. 0 haw A. A. Morrison. W. U,, Rows '
Ip,iD other parta of the State, proteat- I great injustice, designed aa it ia to levytaxes the people of Florida to the fact that J Williams . . . .. . .r. .. 40 pee tors | F. T. ticker. Jr "h rlt.'

Ie the paaaag of the proposed, i il 'i upon a small territory* of the State this would be a perpetual tax by calling'K.l.. llail . . . . . . . ..o. . "". 18 District No. 10, Mleannpj?

Lutotioual l amendment, and appealing'. for what the Board of Drainage Commie- their .attention to that provision of the: J. Durke . . . . . . . .. .. SO Feaster A. II. Emerson W. P* "

It triers in aU parta of Florid to ....I.t. stoners at Tallahassee claim would be of proposed[ amendment hich reads "andvtoJmaintain : R. Richardson . . . r. ... .... 21 olerk.Iisrlct tlewortb.. Inspectors i J. W ,8

1 till iD defeating a measure which they' great benefit to the people of the entire such' canals, drains, levees, dike* O. R. Thatches . . . .... .. .. .?** 4TK. No. I1Arclr.r-a D. V

I Va, will prove of great damage to their and reservoira,", Thla would mean that this :. I*. Richardson . . . .. .. .. -8'A. P. O. Ramsey, U. II. Gibbons, Ins
| -rttf the State, bealdea fastening upon]I State a claim which the undersigned positively !lien would remain over property' in thedrainage R. Dodge Agent . . . . ., 1.500JW. ore J. 1:. Wells, clem .:

| ..a special tax for which the proposed deny for reasons which are hereinspecifically district for an indefinite lengthof 1 S. Armstrong . . . . . . *' ffl nl.No\ 19, A'rtdomlft!
...,!meAt provides. I set forth. At the same time .; holly J. M. Bavin.. W. T. Che
time. I;Mrs. F .A. Sloan .. . . . . . 1 '
Ikre are two strong petition presented I we desire to carefully present our reasonsfor Worthy of Conaideration. I[O. F. Kellogg . . . . . . . . EOMrs. inspectoral F. M. Ramsey, clerk. \
this to the of other District No. 13, V.lrb.b-Itf
all of j appeal people
signed by practically parts
.i they are I Fourth: All of ua are familiar with W. II. Duughcrty . . . sly(, Arnold Joseph Howard, J. I*
i ft resident tax payers In the Avon Parkpedim et Florida ao aa they may be better acjqualnted the conditions of the Kvergladea: have:'!Fred Uhl . . .. . . . . . . . ** Inspectors | .... D Irwlu elerk.

end in what la known aa the FishJiuag -j t with our view before voting to traversed nearly. all of tills vast tract to,''II I ,.. lloaaler . . . . . .. . . . 13Mra. Dlstriot NO. 14, M.-I.John .

Cres section of the Evergladea j burden others with a tax which we, rejsp which we refer frequently, and through 1* IXWray . . .. . .. .. 40XJra. nell' Rube Ford U. T. lorley" Ins

ternary, Tile petition coming from thepfb ,+ ctfully present ia unjust, unfair and a necessity hate been forced to /: greAt and perpetual hardship to thoseI District No. 16. K .chelle-J. Krouwr ..
raiding at Avon Park la baaed
and watch every condition and every plum .. . . .. ... .. . BW. W. A. J. Feaster '
whose lands are to be burdened with this Porter A.
I TBjely upon the injustice of taxing a eec- I part of the territory.. "We do not presumeto Jacobs . . .. .. . . .. .. . ; 37 speatorst J. It. Feaster elerk >
...f tbe State 150 to 225 feet above sea .special tax. Our reasons for this appealwe represent ourselves .. engineers, but do,,IL T. \Vhlthall . .... .. . . 10 y District No. ]0. Lake View-T t'.'

M for drainage of the Everglades, many respectfully prevent aa follows: insist that the knowledge which conditions 0.1[. Skipper . . .. . . .. . .. 120 Johnson W. F.OI..nm. U. L '

.sin firs where their land are to be burr I A Hardship to Taxpayera. have taught u* for many yeara la worthyof rs.,!' a Bkepper . . . . . . . .. 100 logs Inspectors. Tollman,

led. by this_special I tax. TJhe petition inpaC First. A special tax of five or *en cents some consideration. We desire to giveit "'ll. "'. West . . . . . . # . . :3 Jr.District No 17. Hague-A. It.

,a is addressed, to the people of the: per acre, levied by tie drainage commissioners as our positive opinion that the \coat of'ill.;( King . .. . . . .. .. . . II \Y J.Ilenton.J.L..llagueln.peeIt. Hmall. clerk. i

b:. sod is a most effective plan for j; under the provisions of this proKM draining or lowering the waters of lake.OUcc 0. Wernlcke. . . . . . . . 70 District No. IR. Oao.ul-J., 12. Ibose to the votera in all part I Ia1 t[ ed amendment to the constitution would <.holte and the Everglade would reachj j .hrs. p;. .:. Thompson . . . . . 20 K W. '.0111I. W Hinss, imp*'

HariJa what may happen to them In be a great hardship to thOM in the drainage far into the millions. In all there at.etrr.ns .I 0. F. Hmlth . . .. . . .. . . . 10 on | John 0.'...,, clerk.

ftt mat that the drainage oummLsaionersm district, even were they to receive the flowing into this great lake which,')h.. O.IK.: Smith .. . . . . . 45 1)IstrioiNo. ID.Orania\ U.IA.M.-\
m frerauae to the this amend r. 1Joul..,.. I.. II hail 11. V M.
accept power benefit claimed from draining the Erergladeav aggregate about twenty-six wile in width J. C lUnnett. .r. ...... .:3 ton, Inspvctorai O. O. Round
awl would vest in them and extend their But the further Injustice of taxing and four feet in depth In the rainy season 1)>. K Seasons ..ti. . ... E3 clerk. ""

tprsUans to other parts of Florida. There land ao excessively when it would injure I and extending far up Into the various r1. J. Townsend .... .... 3 Pistrlot No. 30. High
vt etWr good! reason given for requesting rather than benefit the owners of same la section 11 wblch'ar drained by three streams \ R. ll".,. Uln ... ,-. 4 Atwater, A. K. Hummers, O. W.

fps Cetera in all parta of }'OTida0 reg- strikingly apparent. We respectfully aub.1, and flat. It i. the opinion ef those of B:.. F .Weyman . .i.; .' Aohn .1.,1&erlln l / Insproiorsi. N. Oa
ton 1
their disapproval of the scheme of mit that this plan of Governor llroward us who have given this problem .tbe most .' incashire . II Dlstrlel No. 91. Mali-T. A
fcwraor Bromard and mem'bera of his and the board of drainage conitnUalouera I I careful study that to provide against this C.1:. Hall 1air. John U Kv.r.M. M. II. Hlaughte4"

\ ahsrt to levy taxes ant spend millions to tax: land which are high and dry for I greaL over flow of water In the rainy seasonit .. J. Bennett spec lor* i J. 1':. ilryantolerk.Dietrlms
at} ecllsrs la what the judgment, of the draining or reclaiming other territory, 1.1 wiuld require a Banal eight and &.0- Bruy lere . 3tY. No. 21. Csrupvllle'' >

poops. ia hat section leads them to prose at variance with .U American preoadentand third mile wide and twelve. feet deep II. DoolltUe 31 Dtssa, w. V Ileekham, W. 1&. V***
... i lns > N. A. MlIhewe 01.,..
| eeiorsi ;
to experiment only.A from Lake Okeechobeo iI. Illnd". .. ..
traditions If the entire State ia to be to the ocean, a distance CO
Dlstrlat. No. 33, iKtnnle. -D, F..,
Strong Petition. nefited by drainage because of the prop- of thirty mile by the shortest routI. -. It. Davidson 700 srts. H, M. Hlltoh.. II. Horn, 'Insi

T* petition which cornea from what etiy which would accrue to the State aa .. order to reclaim tbe land south of tbe, t. R. ngen, ..... 10I. ors | J. 3!. ), elerk, c

akac...a a* tbe Fi.h-Eating Creek auction one of the resulta of a successful drainingof 'lake this would be n".uT.AU Jf. n..liaU. agent ..... ... . 4 DUtrlet, No. 21. IHawd-B, It LiW.

-i 4 runty is one of the strongest the Eterglades. why .a It proposed to of Us feel. that the adoption of the, P. Hoy t. agent. .. ... ,., fir T.I.r.J Itltbafd.. IMI
pre.kEa Jo. :. '
:..tins of the tax only a few The proposed amendmentto proposed amendment would not only pro. *. T. Cullen, agent .. .. .81 oral J' llarrleon Urk.
which baa ben
ss4e T 7 those who case are opposed to yet drain- the constitution of Florida when considered injurious to u*, hut a hordeupon I 1 K. THompeon .. . .." .. 13 i ..i.. *. . ___,ar. ma r r'i&i

C >. Everglade and especially to the Ia connection with the boundarlM the Htate wbkb would be ecrloualyfelt fl. T. Love, agent .. ... .!O

s: ., 3 et this eonstitutional amend- of the present d..inaadletrlC't., doe tax for many years to ft>>m.. 1. A. Matthew ... 3 Southern Rail

..*( Tae people of the Fl..*Eating Creek I those whose land are' where they eould Acre Numb" Irwin n..a.. ., agent . 4

wca e..t a> have signed this petition have possibly' receive no 'benefit and to the oentrary of Land of Cattle 11. 1) flyer. . . .. . . . . .. I land TrieEXCURSION

**.. :Dente of that part Clf DeSoto ooun- would be injured. IJ. al. BatJ.y . . .. . . I..,. .. . to r. H. J"tfor 1

'-r : :easy years. Borne of those whose Would Damage. Met improve.Second I C. O. Bailey . . . . .. SOO . .. 0lra. J. WJltlanvi 33 RATE!

rC-*( -s are attached to the petition From our kaowfolge derived ) 8ue.n 1toUda. .. loo. oMelvla Aaron ..... 3 ,
Ire, t : Wbktden I6O . . ftOJobn John flicker Great ..... . .. 91
residing there for thirty years from a reaidence ranging from thirty down I. OL I....... r'.... JM.'U..
sal I liar ... 140...... agent 18
H-J* ] and t .
and -
Knowledge of the ergladea .10 tea years in this section, by /
*** W. W. Jlsro .. IK Ue . .... 11
.oAt in that territory have been nt "VUit to nearly alt of the *.er- IIK8r LINK TO WAKIIIrWTo:
**"- J. It Peoplee . .. .. ..IJHIO..IP'JO C. A. lm 1,2:1':
- 17 years of careful study, forced glades district, .. contend that far frombeige
ep: : desla. .1.U.'Wawtk 10. ..... K. M. Hrd- 147I. roitfTtf KAar
the and Lad
y character of their voea a benefit rtclaimlag
r Walter Prestos ... . .. If. UcCartn..y 1U
-- st hues ....70 Hsn Iraneiseo. and
of them far wouW damage
bate penetrated of the Kterglade
age .. . .
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** ; A .T. .raaAh.1A t4 "-- ----- --- - -
) L .trglade. hunting and trapping. Unds whiefc are sow taW to be overflowed, (.Ie..Csl.( one way C
**"* c of I..'..... O. ft Machine elec.! ). 01 sale. dally
-7 rart of that vast territory and for bundreda of tboosaada of acre Stanton Foundry i pasflea.
*. wound \\ J. raiake .. ...... ,_... .
sr: with the talent of the water .uarsb lands DeW need for gtaria

kJ a t'-q-t 'M rainy season tie OB thee ... rendered va*M4ea sad ,.. prairie toad W. lt. IIr .. .. Co. ue.PALATKA .......0 Uo' $..prl.... Ark., only
n. O. Urvwa .. . ,
e s* .' n. ti'earty every reAUat of enjoyed; to a great exteatWe na eU tie | limit ninety' 4a,..
;. rfenu DM. a. -:- I'LO.5UDA.
r..Z Creek settlement baa pees. ./ the State of Florida to iaa.yttsaaJa
*:-:=: N. R .-,. I . .,.. *4 ...Masyfetere,a ..tIrol' MI.S Cliy of Msilon and
0 t-trt;o.. sad'K U elaimed that. t... of aer.. of laarsli Lads, gees .
N.'fA..... . fllekefs cvn sl JfotV 99Inetoslre I
"f:'' a peepeey owner la that part fertile sad a........ tl* very trot *va*< 'O.IO'J: ad Brru Cutlass tad aruiiferr .
c H+ntf ftwa ..*rally. $'r.. . .. .. X*> t limit. ally. 4a aS
f i 'ioau dUtricl who la I favor ef ealtU. wfckli ate losy barresi
for ow Grtts Bin
* ealelmes.Thos. II-ary ltusea>rv.ll., Jr.., .... tO Faosp&i CLsUagS! f.I.2:' NsattvIIl.Tens.| sad r*
a ef the aa4 abro..t.ty
vrtoaalHave wastes
eonatit' lead
+ : proposed mush UaA. were seadsemii. barren Rebut leemsaBe .... ..... IA 2111'014] aId Mill CUtlnLsu4 tlekete on ..l. Zfov 10 .

IJa.U $ timenE. .. .. ..... 10 limit' ..9. II.It. .
Wig l. drotfta Iba meek waettag awey.bere evean Btu
Mad WeighL y i Lawrence. htaaaaesr1ts.. .. . ..
"'"' .. .essenmd ill.. These . SOjjl. ... Aensts Oa, and retorts
not by
s ,*w. wbteb the voter and tax-- H w .,*u ......,.a.. .. .... ...... CI.A..Irr MrV'lizg' %:)..A.z_ ... an sU. Oil.. 77 3M

-S-,b; f." FUa'Etllaz Creek s.4tle..., ma f.rt nh" ledi, .They have are aeve Io4y thesis of If. lists . . . ..... 29...... .. Ie N.y lam............,...tress....r..OP1t.u. ..., t.....IMIN. I It. limit. Nov 15, 14(4.

*o feopl. hi ether of the y Sl. ..u.r. . .._ _. _
tij ) part ..-. 1im1mI .. ks.... .. the Dig P.aJaa J- - - - - - - - --- .u Colnankla.. M. O sea ftl
t ... bar. Mnsfclrrabte weight. 0e t.. UsassWU. . .. ICO......
.... are* of sheet testy lavestir. .a- ...,. o. *.Jllmli Ifo". 1
-- *. ;.t doe* frees those who are scot rMt. e-ei-aoly affertW .. IMaanMr. If. O. ft***** . .. ...... aoTV . .. .. The Florida Xov t. I*A.fnr .

b diy tntarte4. but who. heave a aiaa4 ..,.. .f ,.. **,, Cr.. : ... ia.a *
: regerdfriashesmias1
': Uformatlo
-' of ... sitwlias Mdt as ....... vwiay ...... ... w. K. WheN.. . 10... . 160L Fruit and Truck Grower .
&. :...... Vice e1.M.yL TW sfr avert, <* T K.
,..,.. '-*e.4.y tkoM, who te.... In ether stork. UtereVa woail be greet. sal w 4. 11.l..w . . . .. ... . 'f r, aa4 T. A Jen.. r,..

)ic a rkm4 TV f UU n frons that o< the .,......* aor of H* S.aio of Ta A.... Park fettlfcrn. Li:. .v",1'. Wt.. .... tr.rr.. A.'pb"HI. 7U. Jane ...u...,

t.R.t..vsulT f.C.war n-w.. .sett he eiteety. ..,...., less..t .. a. ,...,..... ..... .... lAS-fayt** off t tKLa&L.&. rLt. .- ..

Tsai Issas GIvwa. 1M ser4.rrsei dIel1 at ...wa Aea haft. ........ ia aa f.>>-., .
.,.. Tee,. . _. .
: .2 biM.t.:.." .'J'.Od. 10, PO&.ra.1.rh ores ., Q. yew WTW.S ......t fw a -tac Ta .&. t .*..* of tW IMatoof VnwrUasW ..... r yee.. ... . . ._.... |U i BROWN HOUSE
__ ... '-. ... I and LIMeaS the cam, traasw eakswt ts.urrr <, tw amladgtrd' .ttem+ae e.gewaa.r

Y.. .. ae1 t.xv .ry .t *... w Its* Eea: a..k.n&.1 east mowers es* Ia4 wHa4. ti.peasiS I BARBER SH|

'- aa4. yroyerty -IIW..1c ..may ** *****.Ltl.-f..... sae rs_ sees.I .. ss.......,. -WdJ 6w.rer 11stswar? W A'aS.. ly a..t.d .againn

.; a } ..deg ...,df'l>t Vrsps_ 1 ... h., u.. ...cdw. !*. I-aa(A.m.ltobrst : sew. rs. ...r as .I1et ta ..... hhtaugy ......, ......., .4ieUi to tier 1atmsett cfiaal Z.tUNL'IT i'dl'y, htre i.Teeu.etat .

"1. 4eein ta. .,.,...t t*+ the ,..I' 11. twf. Is ktd 7 yta+es. IM. f'edevr art 1 ........ ... we are fame 1M .. a. f.flee. .... aa4tffesl..grtab.iffq>> .,.,. .ww ./ etc Masts 1.s.a.t

.: s fiesta sf fl rUa. tee lteE. soelmfetiis wr ......... t. im' irA1.i .. .**** ,mete . sA. ... ...... en.f fear whole .. ... .$..eeMs1, sm.e M ee ten nee
g ...... p.wp se I etorsdirsla.msu .of 'll. llset. We ..,.. ..,..........n, that. I. Ms s. .al'a< an .a..alans-at. .. u.. wrketaao' A .... wW .e seat ralb.eeiptlaaa ow .f.,

,.... t......... tie .'amesrbcwt. .H ....... ... r X ** t *4 K__* 'fA..,.. c, J hail., .* swiss: ate fereeee .*.**. lltawpe Ieke.. esept u. A .Mews oS tI 6 ;

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1t , ': Furnished rooms by the day weekor Dr. Post haa rrturned from ParaJdlse,
t- anon'b. With or without board. where he has been Jor two enrI' }.rev :
Pearee OvEY'o
: House. dais on businsea.Ii. I' M

Mr. and M,..' J. A. Rosboroufth of O. Sanohes of Newborry 'and W.'

Windsor were, among the visitors to 'B. 8ancb of Judson were in town ,

:'Ro yj1 this city yesterday. yesterday and made That; dun an agree our new location, on cornei.

Have yourstationery printed at The able call. ' '. Just North of Postoffic, when
Bun office. First-class work promptly Lost White. and black' Gordon settee we, 'trill be pleased to greet jot
and do our best to
delivered" at reasonable please you
prices la our pap. Reward for Information ,

i Pow4e motto. leading to recovery of same. O. N. Oystors, Steaks and Short Or
&akinf" J. II. Sunders of Trenton one of theprogressive Grub Alaohua, Fla. .
9 citizens our Specialty
of that section, Do you want the best? -Then get
was a business visitor to Gainesville Blue Ribbon Coffee the brat. Every thin
Lemon :
and VanillaAb
nice Game cooked .
yesterday.Mrs. to ordf
AbooluCely solutely purr,go twice as far and' the for sportsmsn.opitN .
Sallle Anderson has accepted a Dine Ribbon Flavor Is perfection. Ask
position as bight operator at the central for the 26o *I... EARLY: and LATE
t i Pare office of the Southern Bell Telephone --.--
i :! John Ohesnut, the well known grocer -

j Company. } determined to have an up-to THE CONTINENT
Captain Samuel Mean., one of the ,date place,and with that end In view )
DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF 1 oldest and most widely known cltisene! Is having his store. Interior and exterior AFK-R T HAST.

: of the Evlnston-Mclntoth .section was greatly Improved In appearanceby
TARTAR BAKING POWDERRoyal amonft those who .visited Gainesville alterations and a liberal application

yesterday. of paint. .

does not contain an atom of } \\.. L Goodwyn of Richmond, representing Rev. Father Bresnahan the Catholic Treroont

phosphatic acid (which is the the Richmond Paper Com- priest who has become .very popularthroughout Houi

of bones digested in sulphuric pan, was in.;the city on his regular the South as r* lecturer
trip yesterday' lie made The Bun a and who Is considered one of the most

acid) or of alum (which is business calla; learned men of the State, will make P* C. Rclnliardt, Manager,

one-third sulphuric acid) substances Friend nf IHrry Cannon of Rocky Gainesville his home In the future.

adopted for other baking pow- Point will be gratified at the informa The people pf our city extend to him a 309 West Orange Street,
lion that his health is meat hearty welcome.V. .
rapidly ImprovIng. -
ders because of their cheapness.ROYAL He has been Buffering for sometime . V.. Cooler who has been for the GAINKMYILLX. FLA"

with fever. i past few rnontha employed "
a a prescription Commercial' r.t."l a day api'
BAKING FOWDCft C.. NEW VOaK.j W, W. Colson left yesterday for clerk by Dr. W. M. Johnson, raise by the week Table supplied
Trenton, having been summoned on the druggist, left yesterday for his he best the market afford, 1'.'
account of the death'of his brother-ln homo In Bronkavllle. Mr. Ooogler ijce of public ollolteti.
Wanted-A few more boarders at law T. J. Love lIe made friends here who _.-- -- - --
j JEWS OF CITY AND expects to return many regrettedvery
Varce House.
much to him leave
today or tomorrow. see but will
J For the 'h*.t printed stationery at wish him success wherever he WILLIAM ANDERSQ]
i COUNTY CONDENSED I I will boy from you, or sell for you goes
'lowest prices call at The Sun oOIee. at private sale or auction, any household Col. B A. Thrasher and W. (). Richardson .

J MMV Ba Try "Grandmother'a Bread;' made or kitchen furniture anything have returned from the La

::1<11".f General Interest by the Keystone Bakery I"'.delicious else you wish todiapose of. The sal e Crosse section where' they have been BICYCLES and

Furnished room, single or In suites, of live stock, rent and sale of teal on a hunt with George Dampier. Mr. '
J| eyed by Our Reporter Oath.1 for light housekeeping. Pearce House.D. .estate a specialty. P. M. Oliver.R. Dampier baa a number of hunting Electrical R

E. Godwin of Fairbanks was M. Cbamberlln, one of Taoorna's dogs, one of which, "Daisy," Is esp. Supplies. .
j rlRSONAl AND SOCIAL ITEMS transacting business In this city yes leading farmer and truckers, was t daily fine 6h. Is a pointer, and Is
I the said to be among the best In the county
terday. city Thursday evening Mr. Cham Agency fer trading Blcjrlea: KrpalH
.! *>.!Has Happened and What I. Going Wood-Our big blue cart full of dry berlln cams for the purpose of attending dean promptly Electrical work
/' Happen Told In Short Paragraphs theVteetlng of the Elk, bu Remember that lion. 8. J. HUburn
wood for '1. Gainesville Planing and
.r all Hnd "f'
of Palatka will address the people of
(5.: That "He Who Rum May Read Coma Co. wta prevented from doing ao on ao -
i the and ounty\at
count of other business city the court house
i "In The Sun. Wanted Meesenger. Can work this .".rnoon at *9 o'clock on the I It 3 W. UNION S
'' I after school. From |8 to 'I td. .'- 0.0.Itoundtreea progressive planter drainage queatlon. Col. Illlburnlsan
Old for late ---- -
, papers at this al ce.I . Union. of Orange Height, was among those
able speaker, a bitter the
wrrGallon t Wears Longer i Devoe. who paid the county capital a visit yes opponent to
Robert Taylor of Oasis, traveling drainage amendment and a man of \
Ladlts'calling cards In latest terday. Mr. Roundtree brought to i Miss Nora N.rfeN
I' styletit freight agent of the Atlantic CoastLine market round judgment whom It la always In* ,
' Bon office a wagon-load of One eane,
Is In the eity. teresllng to hear
some of which measured eight feet
, tiC Join T Barry of Brooker was In the I The Interior of the store orv.. 8. four Inches clear and which sold readily , John \V. Bennett le not only one of

,l tIC.rd'J. : Dorsey A Co. I.being| Improved, many at a good price. the best carpenters In town, but he left

bee HOD. O ).I. Tillman of Rex was in. alterations being ms f e. Sister Margaret Zabel. a trained' at this office yesterday a sample of tat Ladles'" HevaUsand !

yesterday Trainmaster F. II. Ford of the Atlantic nurse for the pan nine years lu charge nips which shows that he has not forgot I

"IIIIE.pflrleneed clothing salesMs Coast Line haa returned from of the surgical wards, of the famous .how to farm. They were of the

J Manatte. an official .visit to Jacksonville German Hospital of Philadelphia. will fist variety, were grown In bis garden Fancy,

K.T. J. V. Brown pastor of the Best automobile gasoline for stoves spend the winter la Gainesville as the In this city and were the finest we ,

Mriboditt church at LaCrosse, was io and lamp. Every gallon la filtered guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. F. MeKlnslry, ever .... Though unusually large,
..pll, ,..'..rdIlY.r they were a* tender as could a,.de
through chamois akin to take out Jr. Miss Zabel will accept professional '
.1 red. WATCH: x r niMxm it
water and dirt. At Gainesville Automobile work during her stay here. ?asap
Co' L. O. MsCtenny of Cadillac passed pay jeu.PROF .
through the city Thursday !f. has

r-- Wanted-Reliable white man to been engaged! In the logging' businesson .. --.. ---"-.-. .---.'''-. _..-----
take of farm twelve miles out
NEW the S,. Johns Hrer, making hisheadquarters .
from Gainesville. Half-Interest or YORKRACKET. JULES
will pay salary. Address W. A. Hslle. but at Aleo for some time, EICHEL1EQGEI 1 1i
compelled to return to bl
Gainesville, Fla. home for a few days on account o i Piano lAd Oriin. Tumr

\V. E Pinholster, a successful young IU...... lie was ea '00'. to hie camp, end
planter of Brooke r,eras trading In the and frlenda wilt... be glad' to learn thai Repilrir
a )Ir. Plnholster well -"-
city yesterday. his condition fa greatly Improved

known In Gainesville, having attended I II 14..11. Laelll.Ooleloaa" of this ally P TINY YOAR5 EIXNRiHNalatetlWe

I East Florid. Seminary here.Mrs. I ha been honored by the appointment

I Llssle Johnson of Fort Meade of sponsor of the Second Brigade, . n.rWa.

I. In the city on a visit, to her sister, CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH Florida Division, , Confederate Veter* ..".._-,- --_.- ------.--.."...-.--. .. "1- "
Mr. M. B. Sanndera. She I. ea route an*. The appointment-was mad by JEFF
hume from Atlanta, Ga., where ahe Col Avaal,commandant acme a* SIMONS

has been on a visit., Old friends her. BELTS a compliment and a aurprlse' to Ml** desire I.I .

are glad to eee her. Coleloegb, who. has he sMingratala* t
IleaotlUI new line of I'lalds aad tlens of her "...4.. The appointmentstover .
t. Fresh
The streets of the city are being ma Saltwater FiOYSTERS
w terlally Improved In appearance by .a-. ther new goods at popular pries 23 the ftlele. reunion of .h. Veterans
sod &00. la tble.llyNoe.rab.t 1S.U,
trimming of the shade 'r.... While

the. tree afford a great deal of eons The Atlantic Coast Line will sell r

fort throughout; the hot summer day, from all ytoiase I. Florida lo 0.1..*-

and are permllt to "grow .. they Colored Outings vlll. No...."' |9tb-tatli, a4.ottnt of j I
_, usually the Florida. Division. th. eo. ,
they are 184.
will. so to pa In all tb. olee colors' at jOt tb. yard *!
shaped op In the winter season.X blgb'grade. good at. Veterans' It.anU ., tUkel at the
rate of eec swat mlUs .
per plus trea-
A CallUon. county eomwl slone, _._
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ty.Qv .t.. with limit to return .otIster
to the State Fair, spent yesterday
Uasa mldolgltt of tae l'iK. 0eyo gad
w Tampa looking after the Alarbuaeooaty -
and arrangement. SHEETING r nearest railrodlagnt for etaret..rfut (In rear of >?.roll
space perfecting any farther laformalioA. or* Oo-.|Mi.y>
for the display, whleh It U Intended to Received another lot of yard. ..M. write Trash C fVrylu, Dtstriet Pa*. (J4nCaVILLX. J'LOIUI
begin setting ep a* eooo a* possible. IU..t'... Walsh w. will sell at 6. tlsoyard. Ag....
.. eager AteatCo.It- LIJatkeoIU. I an goer
CommUk. CallUon I. "'e prrpareda aeeom
.. Ft.e. .. .b. 'node wish taffords .. Peet
who whit the Al*** .e exrai --- toe
and thoee
..;.. !. ilea ...... )n...i/u. .
ty booth. at the Fair will realise list* .. .
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Copylat. .- - --- "- - -. FURNITURE -
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Km SckUTncr W Marrs Malting* sad Pangs sad An $gear r'I, T. F., TM9MASUNDERTAKING

, th Yew a.ou from the way A LIGHT _a ....e .... a... a'eery i. r.le HS, v. P. mmm

Suit looks what perfect COQ

'Wloring Without a goose U a Ng twitfcoot M MTHE
does for clothes;; Stoves Stoves !

me matter what the attk ,.... n. ru.e.. lie FULL UNC OfNUW
Oar*t-% ef a.o... I* ,..", f.repetsto. !*>.

ra4e the coat drapes right'lbat'K .. A struck Have at to*- ....... 0000.5._

ta>e sasses a ttVe f rme** and Istst..bsaad.l , .--- -.- .
what< -we-offer you ...' 1#. Real .
.. hart 1M ..... E.. and ,warms rvtt
SchafTner & :*larzperfect Shoes Shoes .
Raotal iroker.; *03I E.11$. WJ4W I
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: tailoringfabrlca sty 1aJa. 'parssted. ad Aiuy. ..... l Uge is
aa.)1 andYtZ the Met _a. .. aa -wee. Wff--" ..eur t.e4m _
.tb.r+ U a la*.l .Z... to ogress el.g ..., esmsl ,...... ., Lad... ---

style ..... teln.. oust ........., ass.... so ago waesansass.
geed the C'U........ '" --- -.. , " .-. ..... son .'d .........
PHIPBRTMORRIS rw.. ea ......... rw
Rx, AxuzxaOx. PHIFER' BROS. -

,. rAlllEYIL4Ef! ( FLC -RIIA. :I Qa1nuv1t4. Fiefs m.
"J1e: ClothIers. I ......1,... sbtar I'oerty 1"WtW." Goner. tli.s.erff*e n., -

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Mere by a Beet ,NOwand That

ft0 the wditoriuh i 4 N4OWby avy
Mwnow r 4 .W, low ousand
Deth la th. dollars re th wa the
oapital stoc ws osde sitHe oompa-
!7 wtbr. a y w hI to baldt the edfce.
V, The st of bsuerfloanp was coMn-
1KILLD;, 1 CATUMRO P1t when the VTlosoa sbeomaml
Et- ees4 mad a report at the ehlimber of
oMamet@e to secretary Walter O.
attMe Oeoure Near KMe. cooper.
b It1 1Between Oflolate and Thet committee of twenty-veo will
Wh MUM T meet Mr4day afternoon at 3:30 p. m.
TV"# nfor the purpose of receiving the re-
ports of the suboomamttee, and steps
Wash., NO, 1-* -A 4p1 8 will be takes at once to buy a lot and
Pros P se.r, Wall begin wthe of srecling the pr9-
P'roeser, waso ., s *ays: posed builie.
BEM0111410111d" The o"alBttes have done splendid
wvt*e st o b i a work, sad the aser needed has bees
The 0 11" 'e"10o y1111141-Maise d itia, ofew days.
The O, ,6 F S ler b, S The list lNedy public. ed amounted
o athserobaersf uPw wtothe to 1,w00 ad the new lists foot up
on they roter a. esB $4,100 aing the total $ 34,000.
They wro Ae or tel Ina NOw tilkt ie siditorlumand armory
e and St owe eBmmesoed *ringn.
X ds hat Mis&e oa|lo *,aof no hawe a publo hall which will amply
itk; ras I taI y k l od Joseph hold th Tlarrest conventions, and an
Hals hs, deputy, was fatally o- armory which will house the local nal-
as, ih Wtyry WtfatallyIn tm
1', i U oe a t The "Work ofm selecting a lot wlin at
tL1 ~Mo.al1 ast, .twice, M once be taken up and the committee
-uL dangerously hurt. After being of twenty-ave will appolt a sub-mm-
1.mn4ed the1 s11r1 emptied his p mitts* of Ave to co-operate with a
,M the L*ae billing oe and Anal-
'9 capturong oneoBaer. similar committee from the city coun.

The gang of burglar is thought to .
*ave bad a roenuvous at Keaewlek Manufasture of Denatjred Aloohol.
ior the pmpose of holding up a North- Washington. Nov. ..-The depart-
*D Paemle taam. meat of agriculture. through Dr. W.
The captured robber says he Is Rob- H. Wiley, chief of the bureau of
'.rt Layto. age 0I yarsn. ohemisty, has undertaken to educate
He revealed the IdM tity of the dead the farmers regarding the manufacture
4 esperado as aab Lake, recently a of denatured alcohol. Two bulletins
osvloIt la te Ipetentiary at Walla were sued Thursday devoted to the
1 Wall. deseipllon of the sources. by which
I aytws ays ,Is8 ae was formerly ladustrial or denatured alcohol may
I;f rloroee, 9Oio. be obtained, the me4Uod of mansfac-
lure sad to some uses to what it fafy
rit lti9 Murdrw DiesPevered. be pat,. as well as statistics showing
Washlngton, ,NT. I.-A curious rm the possibilities aIn the development of
alt of the .M a*ptles by the 1V. the ladustry.
6. army of the syute of idmtllatltu
a ftnger pritts Just Tported to the Trieoa tober a Friend.
S'ar department, was the dileovry In Rome, Ga.. Nov. 3.-A white man
the pertoe of a soldier at it. Leav- by the same of Norwick, was arrested
- awrth. of a British murderer for by Policeman James Dempsey. on a
,'whomi the sUtlsad Yard authorities charge of throwlan ammoola It the
*ve loas boee looking. The man eyes of I. J. Goodwin. a machlalst
w', as a prisoner toIn the United Statoe employed In the Southern yards In P
lpgsHeaUt ty. serving a Ave-year son-* at Rome. Both men were Intoxt-
tes, e for a military crime. In pris- heated and Norwihk asserts that he was
.* he was well behaved and liked, but trylps to sober Cloodwta by pouring
ehonea the wares. following th aoneor- the ammonia on his head. The In-
-el order to take the aner print few- J red man was carried to Dr. Cox's
d4 of atl soldiers, attempted to **-I e for examination, but It Is aot yet
%.4re s apru on of this maa's 41- knows if he is permasently lajurd or
SJtas, he otwIth violent resIstame. amt.
r"A d the ae0gtant who tried to make
e od wwas knocked down sad Mmp Killed by Timber Cart.
e I t y hn, Ted. Most VTaos, Os., Nov. L.-Jo*
ale Kem, the M-year-old seo of Joa*
,. A. L. Frot VIe Preeldent.. as Kemp. tof ea Tarrytown. in
Wlhigtha. Nov. I$-The oietal this eonty, was rua over by a tim.
*aUsOeeeB'st was published here on ber eart 4Md hi s all enmbed, from
S1traday and stated that W. A. Oar. the eoftae of whtch he died atolmt la-
teNt. general ianaU r of the Queen stantly. YTo Kemp was os the,
s ad Ormaoet ree. bhas aeeepted the timber wages ad lt from the Ilo
poitias of lst vice preldeat of the o tmber while paeslas nader some
deaeard Air Lse. The satre op- tewhagla HadItm of treWs and the
eattse of the .rad will be o charge wheel of the ttmlor cnt passed over
a Mr. GsQwtt. e will be g vte his au. kilttfig bt almol Instant-
*e fte ha to all matter pseralatlst.
i the ooration at the r Ned. Mr. Oar- R Hilads Need L.aeer.
aet ha* be general m--a r of the ia Pmevisc.e Calif.. Nov. t.--
Que ad Cremet stine lto havti Tg oa: tbera PaMe wuta S.oe to
pevtously oree toI vrto-es eapatle. s e wer. Tb ist the taemee* t of soe
n the St. Islia Tsi naal: The i the loel eeleltle. Orders have
Phtiadelphia aad Reamg and etheW jue *.. frtm UartmAm. to haeess
uads, _..-the i. aent of the Ic sloe'
o ~r P i :Iace. WithIn the s two yeare
Washistana Nov. S.-The 4,* ew S.W.l be spent In the
Wathtnuea Nov. I.-The t deo- eoef leesoeno h e rel

epBo the tim lortatlo of eMiwr fo eabyt l- nario ap1 L
1b1 ialand to th e d Utat o .
tested is a bifia Isoed by the 4*- no Nv. '.Aie e
nat of teil til ta ,p .eor to 0.No.- S ap whateme at 0Il.0W a e
4WA poee,. Imta.t ).eee0.m A m t the pImeosthre mime at the tai-
the prsedli m aut sand IT4 e0 .. t the .t, S* anOd Greeiaod
pesagitos BSiept*-r "t last rear Or-1 WS*le Anbde' pso whalers
4teurity. Cube 5I'ti4e asout tewe-l tetinc a1- omst,-
thgs oft the ssr .ae)s! lte the hTh' 'Y6pt that a hurrcase
Uante Sates from tr eta seuntaee lt s ed te wi h a w p.
ut ta thIe math of S4ember. ade .wee thm i frm eboin the astaki

o~ppirie4hmt WO 09fve vn.thlrI. d

JANSIa ft"D060. Rtrmolsefss. Ab.. Ithy 3 TeI
Wair"*. 0.., INt. I -Jesn in as at' ltywhbW&baabe** taveoil.
as. out) bmbAr oft iharits Gtb ntn Sosate weevt issearees hau4f
0"adida, t Sm I 9 vyvLt aw: h-.00.a ~~Cp ThIvllavev., to .bh
Wwm,'sk. ebwo 110 bad pmae to %&amtoo whhafte meN w bucfte todeath.I
*Wks ftie gs boIWsheLart"I SPO&MM N~oarwor eeit" whkw* 11% QI,
fae ttelko I)S& a mw ktft. 4 1%"bMO MMfcae to 'Slaiebve
Was lartne rOs4toa NQs, W OR ib, Seq gIt Iwasedat k-A ?* w*d

Was Amom'n
Falls 0


Nie Suffered Most
mom Promenade
Oader Water a
W~e at Toulon.
Paris, No. 2.-A
pe4pt over the so
paed by h'eav
the coast band a til
I0n, wblh preve
bast squadron fr
Mary small craft

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verely, the Pa-


iolent storm has
of Prance, ac-
ails of snow on
Swavo*v at Too-
a Adidral Tou-
n to froalla.
were torn from

their anchorages aad were wrecked
and the auays were flooded.
NJio suffered most severely, the fa-
moum promenade des Angals and the
seIghboring streets bonla under wa-
ter a foot deep.
The Osops there were so badly
wooded that the contents of some of
Man were totally detMroyed.
It Is estimated tat the damage
nsatained will amount to an enormous

Destroyed Jettles at St. RaphOae
It. Raphael, France, Nov. 2.---be
storm which swept over the south of
Prance, destroyed the jettles here and
carried away a bridge, the waves
breaking about 150 yards Inland.
Three emall steamers any many fish-
taing vessels were wrecked, but there
was no loss of life.

Slaeketeek Glven 1t Months.
Atlanta, Nov. 2.-Geo. W. Black-
atok, alas "Crip" Blaskstock, was
Wedaneday sentenced to 11 months,
with the privleseof palad O W -k
Ase, by Judge haf, of the superior
court, criminal division, on a charp
of attacking Mattle Adam, a nesro
woman, on Peters street, on the night
of the riot. The Jury had found
Blackstock guilty of assault with ln-
tent to murder, but had offered a rec-
ommendatlon. for this reason the
court sentenced him for a misdemeasa-
or. Ulackstook was Indicted Jointly
with Herbert Talley. the latter giving
ball for his appearance. Blackstock.
to lieu of ball, was held t a all pead-
tag his trial.

Beaped from Siberia.
St. Ptersbrg. Nov. 3.--Gereso
ala. one of the meet famous terroriate
ad head of their a stt"a orgalaa-
tito during the liplsaulNe aad Phleve
rteems has leaped from Iberia.
somesaled In a water eask. His 4Is-
appearance Isa serious menace to
pers.sages whose lives the terrorists
are now seeMg, as he is a skilled
oralaser aI d se of the most remark-
able m the revolution has prodoe-
Two Ktled In Celtotem.
Uttle Reek. Nov. 3.--.ra Mow*s
tat Tra No. S1 lea vtA Stle Roek
f er Meaphis. Teas.. at X:2 this
moiaag. was wrecked t the Ar-
seata yards boaese of a eolltie wa
a swtab eeatie Guy A. Weodfted,
Arema. of t title Rock. was tisantly
killed. and4 mtisaer A H. Orue was


Af-$Pgplp-, 1. ow" 1 ,

mattleship Plane Submitted.
Washlngtoa. Nov. S.-Plans or the
proposed glant bttleship were sbmit-
ted to the secretary of the a&vy em
Tharaday by emetrmetos who have
availed themselves of the opportunfti
to compete for the battleship. Vert
lMtie Is kaow of any plans for the
ship. whbis It to assumed wil hla
a displaceen t oft at least 2e.0W tss.
All plans are IDto be submitted to oom-
gress walei is to peas on the aaty
department actiUo. The veesel will
east. esetdalI of armament sad ar-
mor. WOw We.

arls Deatded Patfer.
Afthe. Ala., Nov. 2.-Dirt4ag a
qarrli at tOe bame of Joha Wood-

ward, a farmer. T? m s
seojamls J. Robeets. an
was frghtally eat abeet

east of ber.
ofae aat.
the fatce ad

bo dy b ry W"s wa,4 -tho ll-yar-

so hadly hat that he 41"ed at an ty ~-4 o vww-q Awfwer
hour tday. 1m. pasmagurs wor n- c tutung the old ma. ymm gWoodward

beve MbswyCe~e. and two "NO0W 1 49 bber.2 W"
Dftfals. N.-T..Nov. 2. -Ut Iwo, no*pme to 50takeitr Mb.
oftheaMbethoditdseow on S ~'ipar. wre" a in13 Injueag
Sem all Pam of the ctvtumkwwte~ eowaud5 avebeewn ane.
ma" ban Thureday i t be mlalelereI
04araf ony wamstits:mgthegeal sbw. t
mabdemary esmtheeof the chart. Al*al., Ow. 2 Mn
fte emomitwo bmae" oof at eghay V.**U SWAd W od 8.*
members. ON of the UM Sw- ,wofweft@@,.
umscum ne o eSbe the owp m t", fa~rCesuit CbntDale~,
of 03.eso. so n labesamay week. a WASM b.. I s
-Itas "0we4s an Se ofthe ma. 3"a
fine KeiftinoeeCetubeien. PWM aa- oatWthemw~mbse
Unstangin. To Now. 8-J4ftne b

soy fsaft* Mtaly ad e orgewhiwy Ea~peet vm w
Soe"Msely-. woJnd WbNl, cetonrtug; 1 Now -I3--Tho&ead"at,
Unoliew*ena. t got~r 0o. ~eoeowthe ~w dufty an s: .who"eeme
thistt y Tsty TrNa! Tbey weveelkebat, t m#Anagt*. W"s me inl
habaw' dingas *os' b-wme weeam *a" shrg ThafUl aymasn** d

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Lashed Negro Who IneWled a Wkes
Woman ,
Woman "a WIN Contle6 oi W e e7.
Rockmart, Goa., Ne. t.-Whalt
Mrs. James LoN, at Roolheawt, was
driving alo the public road she was
acoseted by -aa" a aa.d Hesekia
Oreen, who tI-amgly ordered her
to stop. Mr.. Log whipped up her
ekors and escaped.
A number of good clsaous, both
white and black, called upon Oream
for a reckonlai. A jury was empan-
eled, coeposed ot two whites and
three blacks, who, after a fair trial,
decided that U lashs ma st be' th
punlshmejit. The hickory as laid
on by Charley Newman, a good negro
tke oung, Urlah Tolbut and old
"Uncle Graves." and Charley Newman
are the egroes .who propose to pro-
tect the white women of their corn
mnmlty. I
These "esro mens have assured the
Rockmart people that they will be
glad to look after the matter If white
ladies are Insulted In their communit-
ty. Their conduct Is generaly com-
mended by the white people of Rock-
Collegiane iSent to Workh~oe.
i-xington, Ky., Nov. 2.--FIve ool-
leglsm who Indulged too vioroipsly
in Hallow'een pranks Wednesday night
were sent to the workhouo Thursday
to await their trial. AU are cadets
of the state college battalion, and
they will atay Ia the workhouse until
Friday. when they will be put on trial
on charges of breach of the peace by
assaulting oflcers Ip the general riot
last night, when the patrolmen tried
to stop disastrous Hallow'een pranks.
The students beat up the officers pret-
ty badly and several shots were fired.
Today they would not give bead, and
they all were sent to the workhouse.
8wigert and Veal are lieutenants of
the battalion.

Britleh teamer On Fire.
Queatowe NO. .---The British
steomer Veddore, from li timore,
Oct. 20., for LUverpool. passed Klss-
ale Head Thursday moratns and sig-
nailed that she saw the British steam-
er Nemes abandoned and on 9re hI
latitude 51 north, and longitude 15
west. The crew of the Nemes, with
the exception of two men who were
lost. were taken on board the Veda-
more. The British steamer Bytea-
aa. from Boston to ULverpool. has
reported subsequently seelia the No-
mea on Ore In about the same poeltios
or about 00 miles off the Irish coast.

Rheinnrdt. 21 yea',
trrm home Tt4adsa
then nethias has "-
*Stil W*d"e'.At
retooans a afob
bunks aliMe Mlot'
Rh.Inhardt s tbat
his pMesta thatooI
thethrane". a
tepolk, b*4~iCt
RhbeftbNte of thbe rt
and ~bftts. vSataper
lesfter satsag tha, 4-
of i"rgMod lov'

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In Wild Balloon Clingin
. Ropps


in Presence of Thousands c
At Augusta Fair Groundo
Aeronaut Loses Control of
Bag-Fell In a Cotton Fie.
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 2 l)
P. Thonas,-of New ,.
most daring ascent hrr,. I,
Nirvana. Owing to tI!.
the fair grounds, so ;. .,
the city, the bag hadId u ,j
some miles away a'nd it ,i.a
to tow it to the grotn-fl .;, ;
The stream proved too tinL
bag frequently catnU I, t,
was more or less damrn.i.
When about a mile hi.i
place of ascent. Dr. 'I
eided to try no longr. :,i.
Into the network he i.!.i! i
the concentrated ring i, : o
the entangled basked. HI, .
a shot and traveled in a -'
ly direction to an e.stiri,.v', i
6,000 feet.
Not having any br.!!a.,
ored to lighten the ship t, ,
his shoes, heavy leat r :o:1
threw away his coat a;>,i .,
his pockets. The d,-, ;.'
little checked and he.' :rv'
In the middle of a crt,,i
Owing to bhi location n,;
ging. Dr. Thomas wa. n.,i
from under, and wam -'n,
the folds of the bag w..'n
the routnt. It then a'.,r.
theoAeld, dragging 1." T',-ti
ly a quarter of a mile' bfforL
extricate himself, lie w, I
jured and lacerated, but ,
sidered seriously hurt.
Dr. Thomas describe" it ; :
trying ascent he has .' t1.e
said the local difmiilmle ,h
mountable for making a t;
session, and in ord, r r.'
opportunity be had. ,'li '
without any car or a;/ ,c
even havfin ballast
a sorry appearance. n
eperiteee but say h>, '
ered to a day or t w

Killed by Tra n.
tringlaham. Ala N
before soos Thursday. %
Pitapatriok, a well known tt
this city, was on his .l 'a
bouse with a client, h.' *
and killed on Twentieth "
ts by the Boyless ; *
on the L. & N. R R ;.
flagman says that' h h.
erosetsa aad that F*P "
twee him anad the aplr
ls an *ort to rrt '-
abrad of the trane IIn 1 '
4ews and hortibly >^5 *
easod was a Knnd*r.
PItspafrkk. who wa' ,i
abama from 141 to i 4
member of one of t, :
families to the Stat
Now Ortease Man Co.n- ',
New Orltas. %o.

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.- ~-~YJu~ r ~3-i~

cacd ad heV' Emad n .
SAW db"N"e.

Won his pipt* red Ikod; abeis
- upacm dv and.wgst

Thmson lstb wt a tapriodcte.awils
AlgentillWa CIffo I nbaS.t~ ~lflon
opwmlde. hr v&powrul nobMont in
easily &908Wte for

ft is food that bwUid and k~sp up a


aste. a
df4, which we O a Ow 4 bulong
I. S Government, ad we =d
entry opoe e~ gU4 0 o* ALL DRUOOISTSu 800. AND *100.
to the Gomiaor'f s emueas
Jea have been0 a1med as 1
per sere for the dralna eta. m
J. W. BAILBY. Ptm ter". ment to Article XVI," confident as we are ing a living for some of the people in th
FI., Octobe r 9Otb-The po' that the adoption of this amendment would part of Deaoto mount .
^Buin that part Of DWWl evaty ,
in the drainage a tM e P work a hardship on the undersigned and w&Me -ea Perpetual Tax.
Strong petition gddeam to the feeling that the taxation feature is on0 of Third: We deire to call the attention
is other parW of the 86at% prett. -gret injustice, designed as it is to levy of the peopb of Florida to the fact tha
apinst the pauug of tohe IfO taxes upon a small territory of the State this would be a perpetual tax, by callilag
utioual amendowt, sat p18" for what the Board of Drainage Commis. their attenIgs to that provision of the
ingf in 1 p 01 of lidd to mit as toers at Tallahassee claim would be of proposed au **eat which reads t "
is defeating a EmauM whiah. they maintain *___ aals, drains, lovee
will proveii of grAt M Ae to thir great benefit to the people of the atirem intain s r r aimo drai a, leve m .
^*,will prove of gret d~ to their* and rawr~otei. IU would mea" that. tli.
of the State, beside faatsaag upon State, a claim which the undersigned po- lien .would property I
provad. 11111o1ld 0 111, over property in th
a special tax for whMeh the prpoeed tively deny for reasons which are herein drainage distM for an indefinite laa
l teat provided specifically set forth. At the same time ,Uof te.
are two strong petition presented we deire to carefully present our reasons Werty of Conasideration.
zIey are signed by plracisy all of for this appeal to the people of other parts I 'urth: All of us are familiar with
rideut tax payers tn the AMon Park t Florida, so as they may be better ac t. he ltin of the E erglades, have
and in what is known uthe Ah. quainted with our views before voting to traverste early all of this vast treat to
Crewt section 6f the Everglades burden others with a tax which we re- hi l to W r er frequently, and through
la The petition coming from the *peotfully present is unjust, unfair and a ,
residing at Avon Park i.s based great and perpetual hardship to those neev... aware been forcedto carefully oh.
y lupn the injustie of taxing a ee. whose lands are to be burdened with this p rP't 1 wth t evertry cow lit ionoi e *e
of tieae 5 oMt bv ee pca taxinMa ppea part (of tietertritory. We do not presume'
*of the State 150 to 336 faet above ea speal tax. Our reasons for this appeal to represent ourselves as engineers, but do
for drainage of the veiglades, map we respectfully present as follows: In-. i- t the ksewliede whkih o diAtls
Nalf % hero their lands are to be bur- A Hardship to Taxpayers. ha % taught rs for many years is worthy
by this special tax. ;ho petition in First. A special tax of five or ten cents .. ne com ratio. We desire to give
tion is addressed to the people of the acre, levied by the drainage commit at a. our positive opinion that the cost of
t ad is a mo#t eeteee plan forsioners under the provisions of this pro. dliaing or lowering the waters of Lake
strating to the voters In all prta losed amendment to the constitution would M le- h .e sad Mthe E verglaides woald reaol
Friday what may happen to them in be a great hardship to t.hoe in tlhe disin far Intl the allions. la all these are
lent that the drainage ov nisiaion age district, even were they to receiveh. .ilit -iI. flownlag Into this great lake whish
etmine to accept the power this amend- benej laimedfrom draining the Evr aggreate s twesty-si Miles i widtI
I would vest in them and extend their glades. But the further injustice of taxing anI .o r feet is depth Ino the ra"y .0*a
4)tins to other parts of Florida. There 'fd o excessively when it would injure min, ancd toxading far up isto the vsk
other g^ l reasons given for requesting rather than benefit the owners of same, is Wrton. w"4e1'aredaimed by 1the. suin I
wvters in all parts of Florida to reg- strikingly apparent. We respectfully sub. and flate. It is the opintsi of thee. of
er their disapproval of the scheme of mit that twi plan of Governor Browaid is who have give thie pseblep the most-
mrner lUroward ast embers of his ad the board of drainage conimlisioners cl iful study that to provide agspint thi6
aet to ley taxes and spend million to tax lands which are high asul dry for gr.K overwflow of waler in theU relay aeesm
Sdodiars in what the Judgment of the draining or reclaiming other territory, is a It1duld require a eaNaal eight ad two.-
Pop 1n 'hat section leads thiem to pro- at variance with *II American proemients thirds mile* widae aW twelve Net deep
0"a an experiment only. ad traditions. If the entire State is to be from Lake < keethobeo to the ocess, a die.
A Stroeg Petiti. lenefited by drainage because of the prop- tan*e of th rty miles by the shortest route.
1 l* 1entil-n wach edmes from what ey whkch eould sacrue to the State as .I order t,. reclaiU te land. south of the
6knw, i, the Fish.iating Cre uetionone of the refiths of a suftessful draining I lake his wouldd be uessary. .
".. iurnt is one of the strigest pre. of (he Everglade, way s st pruiused to All of s. feel that the adoption of the.
111 -.... 4j the case whiih has yet ben tax only few? The 1 proposed amendmeO a proposed al eodmest would got only prev I
I* i those who are opposed to drain to the constitution of lorida, when con. m*)urioas us, but woulM fate a srdewA
a' 'e 1 erglade avd especially to the skiered is etnection with the lboundsiis upon the tate whkch would tbe eroiesly
1- of this esoM tituonal amend of the present drainage district, doe. taz felt for .ny yYrOM t iosoM.
I e *ople of the Ma.-Eing rok those whose lands are where tey uldM ArAes Nrtie w
S i. i, have signed thie petition have possibly recei' no besat, aad to the oce of Land. of Ctmlb?
lwert. Ms of th art of DI soeoun. trary would be injured I J. W. Siey ..... .... M
) * C eara. San of these whoee WeMsi Damse, Net larpre". 0. 0.ala .. M ...... C
I* n.- ak attend to the petition s ecoWd Irous ar kneowilge derive d sso a R obb' la ...... &S
raiding there for thirty yards from a residence ranging from thirty down Joh v hi ........ t ...... J
6 r" wlge l of the U verpladese and to ten ears a n thios tioas, .ad by fre-o m .. ......
i n in that territory have been qtwnt tase lu nearly all of the Ke6r W. Ban
.4 ear. of SArfal steady, forced glas doistret, we nwtead tiat h ar t ro J. f. m...h a .
'r the charanear of their vora Lieng a beaerfit aind relaimiang lad, dalss J.LWorth W ...
*' f them ha ve peetuatd far age of the .ergsdee weq*d damage ie thse"rI
.rr ~Rev. A .1 Feables,
.rglades, htintfg and trapping. lands whish are m*" said to be oerrtwed, A V ... i
t* art ao Lht .vast .dwieMw i a.. L...Ar !. ".. t < h zm 1 Blomf of*lvi rairs, ....

It b'sthth sad"*4dUM 1hewater 1.14116h land. nDOW 10ed Ifor pAungwoUld
Iite rainy aesm thme r1t~or inJ % a islueieis nd lb. irve lead&
~ Nearl eey= of an1parM tto a greet cutest. We esa cil.theU
.tsmgtkv sahment Ma peo 1c..1lof th* SafeO 1 ilerd" 16 MORT
,:'"~ miRIs laimed'tws Ufwive of omarh landis. 6
.7.Sdhut4uiutwho Is s in atesof g.,v ow atv.t l. bar-h at*e iosy bane
poorfth ImPeewesueuit WSW bosw wbG
m~I aven bWeih t o *y droijeb the mrtWfx ting suer. ewes
a ch L 4wo MA us IChow it asam -4f stnsamed by&o I 5w
j Vh.abf R &g( 04esk a mare s is bate haw. ?ff DUmod th&
~~Poo ts 616w f* t..of ehor#attof
00 cale %botg" kwows a&0she M '
.. b0" MtA5 I A 5 "WA,

'.4 by as am" )a"hsb hu'g f4,0rtayd. The Ihe. to s-
*~ a w pod& be O*UM begrelaW
1ww& n pow Me eemvit w~ad..if d 1h Ss.'. ef
~ ~ Flesidw eaw o wwt...wastly 'ne.~S non

OMMIin Ow. IM, she low."p.. feb6w a a,
no"% Ow Woos* t). .a I" .*Mo abseA ath
wda d dis w an Of"d o"*.&.1 .5 ?Wk 5 Cluba"&Th~
"d bft p Vw oft a1 ~y misP-w esaaftdwUS the nfy me-
1' h e ps40 s6e0asfis h ,,i vi ~ew" im wl fM iitt b okeIU P~

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Name. 1IGii
*A. W. Sargeant .............. 10
CJoaa rduello .............. S
W.Krasa ..................
rank Thompoon ........o... %
Charge. Wilkersou ............ 0
AJ.T. Williams ..........,.... 40
|^t. L. Mal .................... 18
LJ. J. Burke ..................
iR. Riehardson ..............
R. Thatohee ...............
I E.LeL Rbdson .............. a
iA A. l. dge, Agent........... 1iA
iW.S.Arnstroeg ............. tf
lire. F V.A. 8lone ............ 1
0. V. Kellon ................. S
Mrs. W. H. Daugherty ...... 4
Vred Uhl .................... M
1lly. Bossler ................... is
Mrs. L.LWray ............... 40
Mrs. A. W. BSayeaut ........... 5
Barney Slum ................ 5
W. Jacobe .... ... ... . .. 3. . T
R. T. Whithall .................. 10
D. H. Skipper ................... 10
B. S. fikepper ................ 10
B. FP. W est ................. |
IW Kiag ...................... 11
0. P. Werncke ............... TO
Mrs. R. Thompeon ........... 10
0. F. Smith ................. 10
'Mrs. O.. Si .h ............ .4
Q1. Be t ................ .
eL. ges *.......**..... ...
J. Towesed ...............
W. Rt. Weta .............
3. V .Weymas ...............m
John Jaeislro* ............. 1
X. L. Hall .. .... .. . .. ......
M M. 2 1. 1Me et ..... .*11*...0 .4.
J. hrtyler ...................
W. R. DoeittJ ............... S1
L. 0iakiey ................. B
R. P. Davidme* ..... .. 70
L R. No W ............ 10
I. 1. Reade, agt ......... 4
I. P. Moyt, iget .......... .. 21
F. T. Cbmo.eagm .......... .
T. LThempseMt .......... 1
). T. L apet .. . . . ..... |
A. Matthews ............... 3
Irwis failemo.agn~bt .

VLD MINuus .....
P.5, 865...........*.*

arh basi&e ............... |
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0. *vls aeoi ........... 13

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posurd a LemoS las TPem
I Round*Up of Theb'
b IManipuliting Psot.
to appolatUsts Nl4
lsir.Abrams of iaeselsliUo
Al it eltlina of Osenesllea
e question at the eos rt
I evening.
ilo the oolneas of the maWt
wasr not as larI Mas
bet there wO SeNN
&ms majority of Wohe Wme
vo"Ms. There weon a sea*
in the sadio.s- howea .v
oer was leverly latetrood
t. .. MeBeath, pieMlpal of
ty High sbool. afts
two hour, Major Abrams
to rip the whole draloa
Inladinl Governor Bewasrd
pablio men, up the bock.
o personal names, however.
Governor, whom bhe pro*
Hioadle in a maeoer whiob
made that distingula od of.
er called attentl to the
the amendmeat soolerro d
bard of drainage aommai.
the power. He Msatd that
comprised flvo ilmbrs,
loer was really voestod pon
I five, as the majority would
every question presented.
ispresed upon his bheaven
Wft the proposed amendment
as Lgilslature of an ygetloo
sad that all power In the
limposinogdrainage ax would
1s thisdrainage board, and
ean no provieke of the
to the number of yeuh ain
tax might be impoaed.
Ip the question of powers
apon this bard, be stated
S*u no mension In the pro.
ment of sheb y Beglades,
hower wa vested in she board
bhe entire State into draln-
ik if they so desired.
-*t to the statement of
Browsrd that the aaimaem
et an are weo a small
waited out that this tIa wa
wiethDn had ever beom ia.
I *ild lands is lay other
i th t'nion-and yet, bhis
idl dhad the poW go l ma.
511 o all swamp, sallelS
ved lands in the ate of

Broward hasstateSd thate
must tb take e oat of theb
it &* lAxislators so no I
l ""fruptivTe islesoe of

hlinuoW listorally oa-roa
1.^ joined the topekes, ft-

I'. 'd control the Lagou.
I"' t defeat theeby othe
0"'. l i o e La ask

L"'^ '* whiek eegtiag se
|^'\, "*. Iielctdote,i toh
...'.. "- *t. the majols
P tru *sltd4 that bedid sot
t to Minoer s se th
-c hiseeqy tat se
S.",- < a O f w o
hi.., ,o wo *l

"~4 G*em e.
t4 ass h

age"r Is IB U
M ~oi.$* d e an~ u
1. '.~ laegg.- he

stea theseet
%4 &
'I A ewb som a
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appeal to the voters of Alaehua eoao.
sy to go to the polls on Toesday sad
vote against the amendment whio
would be a lator eurso to theNmseives,
to their hildron, to their grandebil-
dren, and for gesnratilos to eome.

Former Otlien of Gainesville Passed
Away In St. LouIs, Mo.. Friday.
Telegraphle information to L. B.
Loax, this sity, Friday afternoon, an.
nouoneed he death of William Gold-
ham, whibh oeorred' in St. Louios on
the morning of Friday. DIeeend was
about sixty years of age. He was a
native of London, El but has been
in Ameries for many years, the ireater
part of which time has bees spent ln
Gaineville He left here about two
years ao for the West, where he hba
elao resided. lI as a paper halser
snd decorator by trade, and was en.
peld In business here for a lou time.
Dee*seed is survived by Ivw dalgh.
terms, on of whom is NMr L. 3. Loe|
of this city. The other foer are Ber.
the, Loell, Ruth sad Beeola, all of
whom are married and ldfted I v*s-
roas *eetiom of the eooetry, emept
the latter.
The remains may te broelt l to
Glnseevill for interment. mlhouah no
4defalt amngementi hav, b"ee made.

PasI Away at Hs Tretee Homeo.
After 11essn S* veral We@k.
T. J. Love of Trenton died at his
eome Thursday afterson. after a ill*
ma o eoverlm wspks.
Deesdwas Ifsy.lIe olre of op.
ad was virtually rested n the Wesl
Sad. He ist urvied by i large fam-.
ll. to wm the sympathy fr f riced
is e te*ded
D-eeaed a Bu nAmba *of. the CUkU-
st"ee Chk a. and tIh fe0Vrat was eld
Priday'bereoo. 'e srvi*ee befee
en*iees* by Ret t W C'a'a*e The
leetorm t was is o Jaoe ?amotry.
pse 0sed wee a Ter I *t 'mi ls.
at4ha d masyl rior* thir'K gh l th

Mtoo& "am F Lf*

Ofr Co-*Operfthr Al 0MI au
terms to Aid U;ii. Reqntlis.
At the regular i Uj mvtnag @o
J. J. Finley Chapwt,1 D. O, TbWe.-
day afternoon, the I aWlNg reol
tioas were adopted .
"Resolved. Th"0 a Debhlo
of the Oonfedera ~tel to th 00.
federate Vetera 9? aid 0ad *sa.
pathy in earryinlDg lAir lM far
the e*tertailmeAn tt O ,etasIh'
reunion in our Iftq, 1vemtber 18th
sad 14th.
"Resolved, furtbt, That we jol
our efforts with the9 i t o DeUghteA
of our city, irregepive of COapter
connections, in tUhe Maltd Wal t
making this reactlos g Nmes, that
hooor may aeeors to irO lowal Camp,
U. 0. V and to oW it at large.
"Resolved, That eOg tof tlhe
resolutions be sent to te 8toemowall
Camp, U. C. V., ai!a spy be most to
The paily Sun for pblifetlo.
"Indored unamtq h* by J. J. Fla.
ley Chapter, U. D M.Inbeeulon Thom
day, Nov. lt 19 W

Tampa's Palatial oMasri Open
During **:Paho5
A hotel managsg tht will speed
In one summer $*M0 l s evMstamg
their house, probe wIl the Tempa
Hotel management elI, that their
palatial earavansole at Tamp Bay Is
now in better shapetMa it h ever
been slooe the dayl s liRB-ry Plaat,
who built ii. This pper is lifomed
by Manager Laober that dhe hoel will
be open to the thbroeeaetteddi| Flor
Ida'es reat Fair at Othe e ltd ate of
$8 per day sand op. Wia will make It
by all odd thevery b piasta o pp
during the Fair.
Rooms and board eW be engaged-
and should be ead at see-by
ommunieatinlwi h Mr. LAber, eith.
er by wire or mail, id if ye a t for.
lunate enoosh to eere enatslBlalm
within the luzurioit sermroadlal of
the hotel, your stay as Tamps will be
full of an ajoymeant ye uinaS oeth
erwise hope to experience.

A Year of OB*od.
The year IMS will lnn be rem a.
bred inothe hoie of F. N. Tasket of
A llinee, Ky., a a year of blood, ichh
flowed soeopklouly from Mr. Thekes's
Iings that death seemed very near.
lie writiei "&Be*re bleeding from
the lunpg ad a frightful 0egh had
brought me at deosh's door, webs I
bean taking Dr. K(nO*s New Disay-
cry for Oonemptlon, with the ase*.
fishing result that after tailag foer
bottle I w oaseemplewly ra red, a.
as time has pr OWn, permaness ly
eoured." Olarma'd for sae loa,
eoumhe ad olde. t all dreg eserse.
Price. 0e and t. Trial botl freo.
JackeintvHO Oe'sa Nov. ak lo SO.,
On aeoset of the above oessesWeo
i&a*tte oleat Us. *Ill eII titast
o all pole Is I lorida to Jashems
vill* Sad 6 ern at rate of IrASet.
elais farplus all et* fo tsh risd
trip. These tiehe. will be eo axl
Noe. b0s f b llik fjee sad If s1iNe
sa4edsld to arrive 0 Joehesville
before see ofA Nv. 101.h Fi" lItait
of OsheM stlkete eed eoltin Je.bas.e
ville not later tha* *d 4lb. SO.
The Corsmavl at Jaiseoilevlk tie
leer will t oeeplete to every leatOe
sad .ewryooe he ea., pimbhly de ae
4o0ld tase odnesa- e fthis eper.
ltally to visit JatMte.vile. ohe Me.
tr(pol of'O twe Ot**
Felt iferaeitiio F1ellaM6 r1iNe.
*AT. vea "e be 56 4 frrm the Atlos-

GO I "-- W- m&.- "

0 eet ha peff000 0ene i A tok -~ T1ITMNW E ll. PAM?" NP
of & C. ph&.e 5%hsL ",4-, 'ed?*5

am nwwowd e e r,;h I. eS"04 -
Qy Mae hdssgb~r-f kIeL( as'"ot I600k
&OW. wIP6"iis Id Id "in.. nost Pt me O 4''
grow onflis so. 0 a #3Iof aThe w"Aar 6she & I hvfle ego 00

hod a SOejMIAM am 0 e g. *1 D emammoni IbMbe
~Ble~e ~ ie th ed3 P .. MM adk
tobapkse- O. wow" es1 a' wwe
-~at too" 660"M

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6gA LAC~#

Loaded I P owdcr.Sh~j

8h Won ro and Evenlyp

Will Stand Ritoadiragoo

They Aiway. Set -TOO. *aMI

Fde Sala Etvwwbrh

We Am ftekil a SppcW Luader oj.

t Veo Lsad Mediial a, ad we guarante this wl
S Ial to ay J.O iwhlisky on t he ari et*

Price $2.00 Per Gall
Na PrepaM aBd jof raw"od 9e.
All of mer I e aratn d *l to ailt o l i ba Ih h'
Wa sFVOOD LAW. eI for Prism LS.

Dept. 0.

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7040 mR SALG U

Jacksnonville and Now Yoak. .

Clyde NewoEngland and Southern

Calling at Casrsssbe"h wa

besh s @too@@ .*0 ... .. .. .a WS W'.....

Civfl JILOUWAUm34 mmW

eli bilams, 1e ~~ 1
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fasye.........*.....*... L-#-@. off

mew. 0** off, 00800.e so**#,* **
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Royal 41008 U(

prodad d ofb
cmi .dppld

of Oenural IaUrt a
ered by Our Xflqrtu'
Has HHappen@dd What I a
I Happen Told I Sheot PtIrap
Is That "He WIe NuRum iay R
I in The Sun.
Old ppers for sae Ia tbis oSloe.
fewer Gallona Woear Laar I De
| ladie'eslling aeds la s tesI st
;Sun office.
John T Barry of Brooker was in
'* yenttrday.
Hon. 0. M. TilIman of Rex wi
bwm yesterday.
Wasnad-Expertiesm clothing e
meC. J. Manasse.
,RI. J. V. Browa, poator of
lethodit ehoreh at LaOrosse, WIN
IlN Mil It.


(- pyrigbt 176 by
'-'from tUN v
~It kxs vrbAapwf4
..rig 4m w ak th
el What the mW
hecm d~nri
~~ba wood r: a
~ fahi &anus
I Wt .in

14,A. 0611606o, 0see Mms, IOsuWv
gato owehe et sr. O spfent DYeis bwa"O@Is g f
'hopaelookiag afwtr he AlAeb "s- SHEETING m atm 6"t N .
ty spaew a"SHEETININ -In tmu
owdiepieaywh"Ish Is lmogo""ceeeaa I"e ltof 064-OW veeo.epec. f GA i`
heg"Iin ettliO Pip f m e bosleg.whicwe efu an )at us ado ws AV"Mbufcft amLbs 3I
COminmse"'r CamsesIs es b r. -
mwd tho s. whviol toth AM"" ws
ty inO as the Fair will ""alSO this.

Fay A LISUT OMdRaeedAg te

Witee 5se SStoves! Stoves!I
ft~gt.,o t.m. Th. Plaef Ibee 4W et 4ff w" no".w Pt"Law
bt. A a eu4"0 as mlwo pbm ___
a* awe s $be fs.cdis
WZShoes! Shoes! _

awl 6" 0660 as bow" I s we so* WON"
Obwe is dad=as -Osee Sama ~NU
g~ Oft AM& Aft

eu..-,a- A)&-maw L

.10.t64 -,

Furnished 0 by the day Poos
or month. W or without iP be b
,+ Pnree Hos e. toea,. be1lsek | *
Mr. .and M. J. A. Rosbotroueh 8.0 0. sB.,kes
SWndsor we.v among the vilMos t mashbes of
this llty yesterday. s day aR d md r W
Have yourStationery printed a t ,*"h gatll. I
Son offlee. FIers-class work promptif Le s-White and b i l I
delivered at easonable prices is we pep. Reward I.
-motto. AMin co ,over y of. 0 Shod
J. H. BSndoreofTrenton, one of t~e O0i0 AlSaMa, Fla.
progressive GItisens of that ootloee Do ee a*U Shebs bVtt 0 at
was a business visitor to Gaineeville Dis RIbtHbe Leaseor gd 4b
yesterday. s"lteiy psp ,tieo as lrts
Mrs. Sallie Anderson hap accepted a I*le Robbie Plavolt i1 per OPMY ASi,
position as night operator at the coe. for% the thek,.
tnral offle of the Southern BellI Tele- Jphn Ohues, $he well
phone Company. es t determtad to have i
Oaptain Samuel Means, one of the da t pluea. and with &hal H /d 'v
ELY A ORtAM OF oldest and mo(t widely known eltisea a IS vis .hisl a r, la.r( (s p C Ul
of the Evisnloo-MoIntoh section, was teoor, greatlyI proved topp*
hKING POWDER an.ont ,hose who visited &(winesvllo by alteration stad a liberal a
yesterday. odes of p la. .
ot COntain an atom Of W. L Goodwyn of Richmond, rep. Rev. Father Breonahan, tlolheb i U
cid (which thte ,.reentiog the RBihmond Paper Come. pret who has become very l i i 1
m wes i b pahyP wu lis st e ity on his regular bM s gbhoot the Sooth as a reteUU I
SgSctedsUl- tripyesterday. He made The Sun Sa Sd who tol considered one of 4 thM 1.1 0 I*
or of alum (which Is business ealL leaM d men of the Btats, e I .111 te. w. w
ahuric acid) ubstan- Friends of 9.rry Cannon of Rooky Ga l"ville his home6 In 19 the. f i e.
Point will begratiled at the informs. VU pl ep 0ou r 8oite1 etus1i 1 1 1WOli r1t,
Sotherbakingpo w Otbihon thhi lbh is rapidly improve. amw h"ety welcome.
of their ChepfIDn. log. He has a suffering for some V. V. Ogoieor, who has bees ,S 'the
time with feter. pt N we mwoasthe eployed s O*i Mnl I
W. W. O Was left yesterday for seanpto elerk by Dr. W. M, $hie, mrae. IShe
owIt o00. MW W TrentoL, hais& been summoned oe n e dreglaet, left syDoo toerd* 3 bo 2
account of oI death of his brother.,l. boa* I sBrooki.lll. Mr. Q00gle0
Wassed-A fww more boarders a law, T. J. Lae, He expects to rtuora rmade O H.frlM dher*e.who U ...... ..
Pearce House. today or to iew. verymh i Sme him leave, b willAI I
O> For the h.ast printed stationery at I will boy we you, or sell for you, wish bl sem wherever he gee. I AI
lowest prices eall at The Sun ofoe. at private sale or action, any* 01 B A. T fhrashe ad WO. 0. -s i.. ..
Try "Grandmother's Broad," mad* hold or kitehdl terulture, or anything Mdos e1vreV erved from t Ut D
t. by the Keystone Bakery. It'sedelelona. *Ise you wisl edlepose of. The Usle 1Orm oW tio. wja, o they ha bees
Furnished rooms, single or in suites, of live setoo, oeat and saleof real I b19h1a wih 1eSrt Damper.
for light housekeeping. Pearee House. 49tat. e, Pit Ioy. P. M. Oliver. Dampl r be a mber of heo dlg
P. E. Godwin of Fairbanks was R. M. Oeldlrl, on. of Taeoma's dogs,* n*of *bich, "Dae," is --S.P
KMS transesting business in this eity yes. leading farlMIsaod truckers, was to elilly S.e. eoIl a pol s er, cSd .IsL
terday. the city Thftay eveninalag. Mr. Oham. aid to be ameg the bet tt he sees* to 111 h101ll,'1
olng Wood-Our bin blue cart full of dry brli the purpose of r that . a. lbors h
*ph$ wood for $1. Gaineville Planing d tending the It Ig of the Elks, b't ef -la"r llt hda to h -.op of s
mad OofoCo. prevent Of tom doing so ons.3 ef la wl resa t i ,
ead. Cofo Co.count of ot belaei. ohe e aity sadoonstA tih coar& beee eom cA
Wasted-Messenger. Cn work of oe ..a.. rrsom atVo o loe eo the I l W J
after school. From 48 to $15. West- C. C. Roeti..s.a progressive pleat. dnalage qoetlon. Ool. Hhlbre Io as
Orn Union. er of Orean um es. W amo5nglt the* able epeker, a bitter oppeo to*I te
doe. Robert Taylor of Oeals, traveling who paid t deIIIut pial avissdrmSe edmest. sd a ase of.
l frolihttagent of the Atlnti. M. d reebm. ht So m d jdsgmeat whom is is alwal
Line, Is in the e ty. Camarket a ad of n -, "ser ieeti toh- b't
the The Interlor of the store of W. 8. four oiohef l* t, sad whekh colt r t eed* .11- to a"n l of
Dorsey & Co. Is being improved, many |iias a gtool. pigI. b-at '"rp l "l I loft
a lin lteratlons blng m+e. gt, er UP Is-o..I ON r, Ida*of o vI.vIB
Tralsemter F. H. Ford of the At e for t e t mIeI yea nsham geo IM ^J b s oI11 e "o
tIe. laesis Oest IUs* eh as nrtod frse ofmothe*( e. ... hl A variety*, w e hiaw 1 IeddlNes I.
an official visit to Jasekonville. Germu s auI1m 1 tluflc |of. lieii will tI s l the Ibm we
the Beot automobile gasoline for stoves spend Ie rie t o1 Ie lI..-1-e a the ev.r W1. Theegh se .a. ly. I-s "
s in sad lamps. Every pilon is altered guest of Dr. sad Me. I. MePl.tUyI-ey L *orfe s.eder l* l.
through hamol skins to take out Jr. Min .abl l ll ep pe|i eld. o *i WAM my IWr
water and dirt. At Gainesville Aoto.& l week during ber I bes. L,. meos of W.e pa
mobile iCo's. CIh o a*iy Tltedmay. He be
Wanted-Reliable white man to i e1e n I Is b1owv, d- -- e
take charge of farm twelve miles out t he L0"r ha. m, lking his |It I
from Gale*Tville. Helf.IDtrOt, or 4 Abet Wor SMs t O O JUL
will pay salary. Address W. A Haile, 1 lle dtepM is t rs to bb .
Gaineville, FIa. res tow dayd -e "" G PhM"" d r
W. E Pinholeter .a setesMful young T I ATT M 1 ef ts** seeto to his mp.
planter of Arook er,as trading In the Uo A CK EeT ad l e sll hIeo Is *1e rs
ity yf.eday. Mr. Paho l .ster s w.ll f _f1 1thl.- ..a ,. ._ .... thev e
haown in Osianf ble, Otavig mtteded 1U V o leadMeoik** Mde I e ....
arst FlorMia Smoed y ere. NItesb M *ga, Ie b i a p"T H
it l the eity o a viit to hr sister. CHEA6ST ST RE MNI EARTH U c Is V
Mrs. M. B. Senders. b.e to ea Hcimte *-- e The appea* Mtm** Me J
beo* from Atlas-, Ga.. wh iere she "*.Aves.i m -h-- mad is J F S
Shas bees on a viit.. OM fr deb hre B E LTS ********** 1
a re glad to ee her. *Weeg W -
The sirens o f the. saBee h o PbeMa an em ~ mew tee T 1|, d ts of her fetIe. the
m/eee she cS. mesase the Vet-s-
I tally ihMproved i. appmeasc trby the g I se b be *ley ceegmbe, 3.34,

a.d are permied .o "grew the ored Outing .ns.. i...,m.
will." so so .pesh, they are ms lly | s at.l e t he- emI gt VetS.. J i !
shaped ep is te wltesr i *..... | --gt d c 5

tIl J

bolad that It wh60' 'O'i

f st the Now aiiko
he ived#A 2DiWV$orme]
Iowa# out d41edI

-. !>,' l

lowNtoi bd- a-
i soon sw Is alo, wa
o port the citGy adal*.
e aiesg wea wte ad48t by
~alet sd oethn. attaoxing
ae M Alelpa l lafssai le
P S1 es arlegead that th
Mtha ity udnall.gtratl"
il byed oy a tlMe1 Allt-
LiWolou S wre adopted 4e-
e rat Ineabd ls thea de.
tof rMlMeof id. Thea per
Snt~erf geuata ~s to be
Stha Mblelpal Rooohf Ot .
lu Maeos. ao d tIs pat-
e Tmaniay Hall.

,'Ni Olee oCal.
Rpsv sugisel Oporatlom l-
ha moal of a moHmeant
us my bhad froam mI y
hip, ws prvtesd byat the
of Boakies' Armiaes alive "
i,4tokl of MiloIs, W., Va.
It ue of the "l"e eomplewo
It." Oarm slo, berm ad
*}' s atalldrouggtsO'.

Nov. l.-dhae OkiS
a Wa& ahor at the an-
river. Adstaaee bu

Ut careful
"oman use

liftt L1%',%A


I, V TI utc!a I'

r blivdru

stareif a mwtrd
rVOhEUW~amw h to I

lard Swi Ufrct Co.

YAn Declded Vietery.
Washington, Nov. X. No w Or.
lens, Moble, Norfolk and bear parts
which are WMOMItlBt fo Palsama ca*
sal freight shipments, won a dbeided
victory Ichangesg made nla the ortilgn-
a) draft of the canal contract made
public Thburday by directilo of the
lathmlat easal eommsleson. As the
sontraet originally was drawn, It pro-
vided that coant r sUtr ppUq would
be carried at b rate over Pa-
la railroad teaa t hp line. e of
the changes aosouned today omits
thi provision sad throws te freiktt
maone open to all compnUa maes.

.B.15whaans TestIfes After PFoy Year
0. earhbse of parlisleo Onter.
N. Y., writes Atbot foor yaarego
I wrote yelo ating that I had boes
eatlrely earod of a severe kidaey tree
bl. mJr akling l tha swo bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cors. It entirely
stopped the briek duat s dimest, and
palo and symptoms of kideyl disease
have disappiarnd. I am glad to say
that I have seDer had a return of any
of those symptoms darlDo the four
years that have elapsed and I am *vl.
de-tl -ered to mtay euared, and heart*
Ily rooammood F oley' Kidneoy Cure
to anyone alfferlng from kidney or
bladder tIroble." J. W. MoOollow
Labor Leoding House.
Boston. Nov. 3.-What is claimed
to be the largest labor lodglag house
la the world, was throw opee here
Wednesday ilght. It wa erected by
the Salvation Army I the saoth end
at a coat of $M00.000. It Is ave sto-
ries high. coateans ti4gl rooms.
readtie rooms., swtming pool aUd a
bagapv room. Attaeb to the ho-
tel wlU be a f- bureau for the reg-
Istry of the employed, a free legal
bureau for the proeseetloa of petty
aeM for the poor sad a fre dIatope
eary. all of wkb ar to be op0-

ThMM Io No Rmoe o

Why y-r b obso ed be thin, and
fretul duag the s algh. Wores are
*the ean of this. lely ablesa. It t
ameml that a ealtKy baby shei be
Iat ta d sloop ell. If yosr baby deo
N*o metait It food, doe'a eperlmest
with onml ears m aO other edise,
bet try a bottle of Whlse' Osem
Vermifuo a yea will ss we Pyr
baby bhat ole sd lat as it sheed.
kid by W. M.Johnas.

Gorew Adoto We.

Nov York. Nov. 1.-A qpreWtaZ
the *&r* O Iliary W. ekrae pWed-
afI & eeSky aa that GeorgeAd*..the
P.Ayvwrlbssabd VU. bhwagoed to
mlarry W164 Hlownab. a weefty
I"*w.' rv'a4ua'e who Meas b n 5e-

nohe c41 famous Selt~
4boIWamd Ore lae;b.tu~b
We live"t MW hewo J moebe@ t f.
&byqewtp settle She %$mew I
a es Mtfts'be wet moo a sm.e
a. atOwis0%

SU ted tr Gtr


irl Temptdk to Sel M

o r rt.. *

the fast 1 i, ie bd tramped a f l4t
Sdeal the we n Duthatlo. w d de-
a Id Tr Pea to U
18 yean old, dioppad faIta Cle lan *
A stweea of T 8ktrs Wednesdy hno
irlad wa ttos to. auhospital wi
Ifegylva" ifti h-r pligbt w"s d",le
t Ihe fet hdt no oney, tramped a great
deal oaf tha Wa *00 Buffalo. HRed&n.
f. toatk towa New York, whn an he
" had a kgther 8Ugft. Her MotANr,
as "hea M, w" dytia la Ch~age, ad
b" ad writt her, expressat 4 wish
to Me her baWore the and eama.
*n grm ied No woaey. aad
or. to walk to Jdw Tork lI as 4 erfw
of to fad berber and carry ot r
Smother's wlishA. Railroad Mst blped
heM n the oauniy by giving bte frw
h ride.

Arrested *a Riot Chargp.
SAtSata, Nov. .-A telIm was
Iv.4 Wd *aeday evnataIg hr4W
WI*Neims ftom the police atheritls
at p. Leuis to the aEet ia t Io-
I. rats ad been arreted In that
ctty. A m wil be set thae to
bring the prior to Atlaata. No
was indtd recently by the F Vho
eesaty genad fJry for belang lplat-
ad nl the fot. On Sunday. Sept33,
the Bnit after the riot, it tis harged
that aita poshed a anero ma om
the sidewalk oa North Pryw street,
oear the Martoe hotel, and shot him
to the hip. The day after he was
Isdleted by the grand Jury, and lft
the city.

o Charitable
To ybur horees as well a to yourself.
Yoo ved not safer from palm of any
sot-year hoses eed not .oter. Try
a bottle of Ballard's teow haiuDet.
It eaes sil palma. J. M. Roberes, Ba.
bednMld, Mo, wrieu s "I havweend
yo L Unimet for te yeaana" I M Is
to be the beet I bavo ever need forman
or beast." Sold by W. M. Jotson.
Mere Money for Raidway.
Hoas Iken, Nov. 1.--- legist*
tie couellb has voted a farther Is*
stallmest of funds to the Canton Mail
way eompay.\


WhMe IVk IPa n e eun1or, It O G we
nair Iepsr tlonm and d4aduff eure.,
as a rulae are eteky or Irriating affairs
that do to e*athly iood. Har. when not
diseased. rewa na turally,. hurtantly.
landruff is the emuse of alne-tenths of
all hair trouble, ad dandruff to caused
by a sera. The only way to cure 4dad-
ruff is to kill the get: and. so far. the
only bale prdparation that *ill poitively
destroy the erm toi Newbro's Hterocld*-
absolutely harMaie, free trua gresse.
M.4nment. dye matter ris deasu drugs.
It alla& Itching instantly: makemhair
Ilesy sad on ft as **Detroy the
*ast., you remee the eftet." sold by
leading druggiats. Sad toe. h estamrp for
smmple to The earpeaiMe Ce Detrolt.
e b' llidld Oter Mpais Airt


Laxative FrulfSfyrup
mPesaoo to hko
The new laxative. Decs
not gripe or nauseate.
Cures tomaeh and live
Troubles and chrnse cos*
tlpation by restoring the
natural action of the atom .
sch. liver and bowels.
r Wale by J. W, *4 a rS




T we I. S a. es

r. Davild L.Jayeo", Chaplain laur*
Lads 1. O... T. andChapat a A. RI,
m Broadway, OadaM Cal., writes

Samu elid rwvu a I *m-

Sa t hund of doallma ad
M a b" of Ideso btu
aettaher dl me my gee
"IlaUlly some of my oaradee
who had bees eat by Peasa d*
Tbsod to try it.
"J st oe bought a bottle mand
foumd It helped m so muh bthatI
kept uasig it for mnely foor months.

geoe oo t
eIt, L --

f"I h wdl MA wom .a b




Aameeoaen a rate of 09B PARI ploies eeate to Ja-ksonville and reIt1rn
he the pablie, aad oat Sat per mile for military omMpan We ad brass bands
Rates apply from all Aganey Stastoae on Seaboarsd la Flori. Deatoes of sal-:
November 8, 7. 8 and ; IReal limit, al tieke, Hoevember 11, 1 .06 Call on
year TIekls Aepat.
Travall g Passemger Aaes. Ass's ia'l Pase. Alnl.
Tamps. Fla. JasksonWlle. Fe
Geral Passeager Agent. esood Vieo.Pridendt

&S&. a. ausau, ?r"eft
ose W. Ura VblssPeiu

H. Z. TATs, Cashier
La. GAMAM. Aset. O shier



8urplue and Undivided Pofu. a o,ooo on

*9 oo&es venss -emAul bsmweeot s
IL A.I. -(%Owv q ISI



I G4J~Tev .z

wwmP'03L= A.

oef Kidn

W Wwrmw spends iundr
+4 ft' INab Attempt to C
Jb#J y triM. He Took Pe-ru
U 4*a rFIt-dts Advice and
S I 0 est MedclIe
^X^AiBir of the kidneys i a v
, laiegleacted disease.
R4I*Ao11UI the disee ),s a fa
IolM'Uxotho kidneys that the patil
beMgb*otalioM that there is some
rteagsU t of thee organs. o
AIlht.baowk.ehes, the feelings
mtindi fad other warning y rtlto!
ad k eydioMsa are overlooked.
y *h W4S serious enough kt deter
Ape VM6at olm his regular work.
Xvewhen bodbsovers that th.- kj
*sey are affeeted, ho does not reveni
the diemalty a being caused tby
Cbtmrrhissometimeuso very rm ,
il lteapproehaad Its earlier cyin,, i
eumeeochslight dhecomfort that it
not noticed.
owevor,when it isoneeflr m lya
la.the kidaey- it beoomes a difli.u
disease to *externpiast
Indeed, etarrh of the kidneys i mur
Marigs than eoatrrh afecting u8n1 u
the other organs of the body.
In the kidneys Itisliable to terminal
nla Bhrijt's Diseeo 6r diabetes, both o
whieh are recognized as very serioo
aUsmats, If not fatal.
The thl-g to be done, when catarrh o
the kidneys to discovered, is to take
ome iaternal,systemic catarrh remedy,
*e that reaches the very source of the
eatarh and removes the cause of the
ach a remedy has been found to
Peona. ai rnebes eatarrh. no matter
where it may be
located i tohe P*RU-NA FOR
body-wbhether to I KIDONI DISEAS
the more exposed
membraaee of the noee and throat, or
whether In the remotoot part of the
That PerNnas I at once the safest and
ast reliable remedy for catarrh of the
kidney is proven by the many testi-
mosnala written by those who have oz.
perlenced its t~oeIts.
The tesaonial given bohere is only a
opeelia of the many testimonials on
ouer reords, pertaining to the relief af.
worded by ParMa Ino evere cases of kid*
ay trubti.
Por fra metueat advice, address Dr.
8. B. Hartman, President of t, l Hart-
man Santari'.Ua Colnmbui, Ubio.




itten of General Intert oath.
ered by Our R .porter*
ftt Has Happenedhnd What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
So That "He Whko Mime May Road"
l in The Sun.
Old papers for ale at this offle.
fewer Oalilons : Wean sLonger Devoe.
Ladie'eslling cards In latest styles
t slun office.
John T Barry of Brooker was in the
eity yesterday.
Hon. 0. M. Tillman, of Rex was Ina
town yesterday.
Wanted-Experioened clothing sales-
ann. J Manase.
Rv .J. V. Brows, pastor of the
Nhethodist church at LaOrsse, wa a ln
ti rit. snterday.

lcopyrlsbt s.6 by

fi ur m "~~ewY
lcm Iokn what perfect
rgdoss for cko~hw;
"lis4tfes wha the atti.
t'he oa drm right
att's wbat wo ad* you

Ofv4 fsbow, aWIdI the
sttylk ,


Wanted-A few more boarders at
Pearce House.
For the host printed stationery at
lowest prices call at The Sun office.
Try "Grandmother'i Bread," made
by the Keystone Bakery. It's delicilous.
Furnished rooms, single or in snites,
for light housekeeping. Pearce House.
Y). E. Godwin of Fairbanks was
transaeting business in this city yes-
Wood-Our big blue cart full of dry
wood for $1. Oalnesville Planing and
Coman o.
Wanted-Messenger. Can work
after school. From $8 to $15. West-
ern Union.
Robert Taylor of Ooals, traveling
freight agent of the Atlantic Coast
Line. Is in the city.
The Interior of the store of W. 8.
Dareey & Co. to being improved, many
alterations being made.
Trainmaster F. H. Ford of the At-
lantise oast Line has returned from
an official visit to Jacksonville.
Best automobile gasoline for stoves
and lamp*. Every gallon is filtered
through obamoli skins to take oat
water and dirt. At Galnesville Auto-
mobile Oo's.
Wanted-Reliable white man to
take charge of farm twelve miles oat
from Gainesville. Half-interet, or
will pay salary. Address W. A. Halle,
Galnevillie. Fla.
W. E Pinholater, a sneeessful young
planter of Brooker. was trading In the
elty yesterday. Mr. Piaholeter is well
known in Oaleeville. haavng attended
East Florida Semnlry hber.
Mrs. Lissa Jobhson of Fort Meade
is in the city a visit to baher sister,
Mr.. H. R. Saanderm. sbe is en ro0te
home from Atlanta. 0G.. where she
has beea on a viselt. Old friends here
are glad to nee her.
The streets of she Ilty areas twia ma-
torially improved Is apperane*e by the
trimming of the sahde tWeas. While
th-e tree alod a great deal of *Bn-
fort sk hsghot he bet summer doay.
and are permitted to "grow as tey
will." so to spbik. Ithe are 68mall
shaped op lsthe witer1 0 ee*-.

N. A. Calli-*,. ounFty oommiedoker
to the tkate Fair, speat yesterday I
Tampa lookingafter the Alanmesa *e
sy epeaw d perfeeteo arwmmepa w
for the d*.play, whieb t is te ended to
beg,'a setting op as wOn a pa(Wee.
Commisesoer Is es allt a wheeler.
and tbhowe *who vie the AIdeek **s*
sI booth at the Fair will rease thi


Without a same e a hgiht

witho..I tam* The pu" ner a
a#e sawa, sothe frame OWdit

sof g*WmD44*d. e
there toaI S~so"$ 0Is omo

-* ',

leglir anthr lt c ~d~us ueeFern 0. Sisphees.DWe%4 ct ..
Ibstig hshWb wOllOellSWI 0 sonesegr OrNet.AshAtle0"wiLANs, 1 egec oe

Measuit goamd Kqp ed Art ~Mu
-ef~ Iet f"ee 84u eSB I AM Psm.

Stoves! Stoves!I
ow e s- h of "W" b es" ow bp
"do""A s0690" NO@ as &M pftf

Shoes! Shoes!'
MeoMow is Nep so
6" Mit 6 boie"PmWs an
ON" ""W ft" a#ee cite~
mano 60 9 0




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ft" um'
Raw un



AWk ftly


or Month. tobre bl i.' thre
Pearee H aobia obad
Mr. and .H. -earloes
Windsor aia r. enehes of j *
this city y. .. yeaeirday and mtado IUs s To our s'n se
Have yo 6 i pplted a th able call. 41"s. N ,K o of
Sun office. 9 week pwlp Lost-White and' eordon at. ao
delivered ate b pri 1 iat I0 pap. Reward vF .fsrmatio
motto. ding 0to reovary of a@. o. N.
J. H. Ba ofTnnltam.f4tmIts *I F10a Al aeula, tya.
progressive iee of t st t s Do o want the besl t g t V e
was a husi t l vilitor to o alnesvD ive f ibben Lemon and Va YFlls. Ab- leo. to 3
yesterday. ilWt**eiF ,go twice as far ad the for a
Mrs. 8ailAderson kasu seoptod 30 1 11 i a k Flovzi prfeste. Ak OAk 1AL *
position as u tb operator at the *Mo ttr ( .
trial omeof tce Bouthern Bell T0.* Joha 9esso the well kiteoe aro
phone Coropt st led- d v *** have a THE 9 5O T
Captain S \el Means, one of tohe do pl iI tat ind i ft
oldest and m 1 0ely known eWW t4 1S61 *t hi ,. rMh tori 'i 5 3 C&1 IA0kan o
of the ErvinelaMeltoesh seotiea. M "erIer, Ireatly ImpOwsed la pppearmtie
amon those who visited d Galev ll byalseratitMs sa a liberal atplihes.
yesterday. tlois of palt, I
W\, 1, Go4wy of Riohmond, mp. BRev. Father Beso.nahan, the o0eit 1M
repenting the Ulehmoad Paper Ownm priest who as boomer very pop r I
pany,. was the a ilty on his regular tbhlushost the Solthi M1 a 1tetuNr,
trip es.teoard. He made The Buo a ard who Is oonslded one of the mot s.
business calL armed men of the State, wil mkla P. C.--hndt, M
Friends of a ttrly annon of n flvRook l hie home In thea futul.
Poit will be grtified at the infom. "The people of o4oeity exte4d so him sa WeW t W Oanp Stre
tion that his bmalth Is rapidly Improv met hearty welcome. OA TM1u0s FVLA.
ilg. He has bee suffering for some V. V. Ooogler, who has beom to the ** "
time with fover. pass few months employed as a pr. nommeMrelatdI rale a day
W W. Celson left yesterday for sriptloe lerk by Dr. W. M. Joaseoa ratee by the wek supp
Trento., having been summoned co the drelste, left 7esorday for his the besstshe a t
account of the death of his brother-in- bhose in Brookeville. Mr. 0oetler 8ag of pawls 4e41100,.
law. T. J. Love. He expects to return made mamy friends here who regretted W1W
today or tomorrow vry meeah to see him leave, bet will
ilk whis.aseees wherever hefoe. sm. Afl fi
I will boy from you, or sell for you, w.h him wherever he oe. I " at private sftl or auction, any hou-. o. B. A. ThBm.her and W. G. Risk. "
hold or kilebe fouanitor. or anything aedao have returned from the VLa t
else you wish to dispose of. The sal Orose eostleO., where they have boeens i DD-
of live stoak, nret and sale of ral on a hbat with George Dampier. Mr.
estate. a specialty. P. M. Oliver. Dampier has a number of h aotlfr
R M. Chamberlin, one of Tacoma's dogs, one of which, Dals," espe----
leading farmers aed truckers, was n sully fine. she Is a pointer, and Is
leading fargtmor ead trackers, was is said to beso-.omgtheboat(isthwe. In Tyhrel 4ll- Ar^a1
the city Thursday evening. -r. Oham. d to be the be he
berlin came for the purpose of a t. Remember that Hon. . Hilhbu r
tending the meeting of the Elks. but o f Pailatk will address the peole of
was prevested from doing so on as. the city and m.oty at te @ourt hows
eount of oterbtoaaoem. this artereofom at s o'elook on the 1 1 8 We 1U
C C. Romadtree, a progressive plant- drainage qaetion. eol. Hilburn is a
er of Orange HReihte, was among those able speaker, a bitter opponent to the
who psid t aeeontyiapltal a visit ye. drainage amendment. and a ma of
terday. Mr. Roundtree brought to sound Judgment whom Its always I- mi No
mark,.t a wagoload of leso ane, remtin to hear.
some of whtso measured eight ft, John W. leafett Isnet nlf On of
four inches sleepode, which sod the best eopMnters in town, but he left
I ly a a e prie. atthis ooe sterdaya sample of tor. LNi No
Sister Mar aret Zabel. a trained ips which shows that he has et1 for.
norse for the past mals year in chargee got how so farm. They were of he
of the al wards of 'he fmol s al Tvarty. were rotwa Is his p geo ni
German Hospital of Pheladelphi, will Sm ibis elty and were the ssem we
spend thebwitaer aI OPIs-letile .M saw. Th g ..h e ll eallyIe, a
guens of Dr. and Mr. J. I. Meltss* the were as tender as eeMl be de*
Jr. Mie Zabel will seeept profewsle sd. IWAT IV Wl W
al work dua rie'bety bers. 0. MeOktmy of 0sdill ti. p ased
-- -'"- -' mo gh Me dsay Therday. oe 0hasl
bee easaged In t he t gging belsess
o aRon e s. ob s river, making his
headqlarers ati Ale, for some times,JULE
beNEW YORK petbd to return to hie
h !or tw a days aeo.aoPIt S i d
IRA Kise. EH es oe r hee" to he aap. M
l rIedeet wlU be glds toes tI 0 h-_
hse sette I srmitly limpend.
SA C 1*M llTo HIN"I o in .iyI6TOIWY VIAy ^yi
el Lesse heleo sed b o 5tie
CHEAPEST (TOE ON EARTH isuei Divmiso..n Oemd e Voeg
oes. ThaI, mmsdment. urn a M h
BELTS *el.**** tn*p," to a U
-,,, -- ,,-- -ot-.,- .- --*talwm(
Baeatlfel ew li- of Piaide at t of herfrie Ti-e Mpplmetees
other new oode t pepehein- sewr she a eee ofk sht m Vege .
008. mesa this oily November 1I4I
-- """-- The Atnstie OseNt L IIe will esil
,ama sil pf- pas In Feriud O el-ee
Colored Outings ,,., .w*ass uMsi.. r- *
the VWtde Sihgse of -he OMefdee*
In tll th' se* leta t sh lthe -a V--- b i.ns tide* aS t *h
---- Sy*To eceas, with imuit to sowf. me
bor See gg of the Nib. b'
SHEETING "o mm *uuer** e uh.s i *r ee .. ina

Royal does not contain an atom of
phosphatic acid (which is the
product of bones digested in sul-
phuric acid) or of alum (which is
one-third sulphuric acid) substan-
ces adopted for other baking pow-
ders because of their cheapness.

InWu WAM owodf cc.. waw vomw

Y~ A




LV,etpdby carvwr l
*o~ed y C~rra lk 5

as5 cents for e ia l 4*thc

,kunIis an deighbmg5, sity
pbNiskd eVery emisy and
.,.w oall the maws at t1"
So and gei,%tSod wollbe anly rrat ofth"alai"
to ~a~Ayearb-im1*11

for $1.corn
amet. iPartins not knewaI*=
to par for adveM014 11111-06
GA~rU5YSM~b ftml

uf coafress. Id 0aminv5adl
CLARIK. Of 00hUM116
of the S up ems ECit
&?ARNUILL. Of DUsamh1a.
a WMITFIELD. oft[dim.
hboad ComiaheUomm
A. BUITCH. of Levy.
N BURR. of Do"
Atorney. 5th OhsnlS
Senator 33dDisilta
B~um oue f RePr1*sttatha
ke.aty Tax Ammemori
hosutY Tax Cofleetur.
Is County Tweamuwl

Nffibhem "bool Dosid:
F. r. uro.
60=ty CoeMUMOOMi
V. J. N A1'11155,

I paprearamsees keeps
iI~we in their eginsges thn
lo thingt In the world.

b"m i, talk of the gorern.
b~litter the drug trest and
1* 1"''##'t"get A good doss

P.01 Plnnpl has organiseda
t'OP )POrPOe of shipping
oil pr In fill per"c of the

.~,irinrnpd the semer.
R1t110jonetan use the
l' rAdvertlging per.

'uamnd meat weasdraft.
r1ghar1 &ad the mome
da angerioeex

w 'mreafer Bgi*
mpa.a"d emsp

Raktipr hard e
F in erry.

iny baa adep.
*ad of Me.1600&
I h'tklles. Rhas
t-issanda"is 1-

m* O.ON

be P" isadis
be 91York0. will

H i eral a
9 been foeand to be neee.
awhretiestly spory building
I on the gia nds will have
M. and xt!ended.- The ase'
flivestmock and poultry will
ae !to ei more than doubled, and
tie $aita the ease in almost every
-dpartnmd it of exhibition. It is
anw iN I than ever evident
that the 7Pir will be a much grander
swieen thiA that of last year, which
eHllAd sny fair eve? held in the
South hbetore. Each mail also makes
Is evident thak the atterdanoe of home.
seeken from rther tatee is p-nng to
be doable that of last year, and otive
prNpeNtOtls are now under way for
aeeommotatina the crowds.

MIA Chiago is now stirred to the lim*
It bosamec It has been dieoovered that

a product known as "Pvaporated ega"
Is manofeettred entirely out of hen
ftrtljong sines delayed aod gone to
aeed. Well, Its i all a matter of taste,
away. We eat ohoese that has
passed the limit and the farther away
the date, the better the oehee. The
Ohinese bury their eggs in the ground
for several months and when they are
bleek and ripe, they are esteemed a
delicacy. The Roman ladlea aned to
ae aseafoetids at a perfume. We
have so doubt that In time bhe people
of ChiWago will learn to relish bad
egga. It is not the only bad thing that
they hve first rebelled against and
then taken to their bosom.

Parents do wrong In keeping their
.bildren hanging around home, ahelf
teoed and enervated by parental In.
dalgemne. The eaple does better. It
stlrs op its nest whem the young eagles
are able to ly. They are compelled to
shift for themselves, for the old eagle
literally turns them out, and at the
came time ears all the dow n and
feathers from she neat. 'Ti this rode
and rough experience that makes the
king of birds so fearle in him flight
and so expert In the parsolt of prey.
It is a misfortune to be born with a
silver spaon in your mouth, for you
have it to earry and plague you all
your days. Riches often hang like a
dead.weight. Yea, like a millatone
about the naek of ambitious young

One of the most brilliant and me*
morable speelal days of the esomnug
%ate Fair will be "Veterans' Day."
fpr wbhih November It has been dees
ignated. On this osession the Third
Florida Brigades, with Bons of Veter.
an and Daughtenr of the Confedersey,
will hold their annual reunion. while
bhe for several years proved so enjoy.
able and uoessoaful. At the same time
the Grand Army Veterans of Florida
will meet, and the "Yanks" and "Old
Oonfeds" will mareh through the
streets of the city. armt I arm, to.
gather, making a seen beaeutifl to
look upon. In short, the Confederate
reunion will be In the nature of a
"Blee and Gray" reunion.

Be natural. Do not try to impOees
people vithi your importance. If yo
are really Important they will lad it
out. If you are of no asnout yee will
not deceive anyone by seating as tbei h
great interest rested in your keope g.
The day of pompolity is post. we heps
never to return. More people In
ever before are intelligent and able to
Jodge thow with whom they *sme In
assert. Thi, mesas that they are
able to judge you and pl,# a trwe,
reer than a false entimate ao yeor

Blesed Il the man who ean rea ad
e*eoy It. Yons amen esoes beseee
they need to be making a ,ame and a
fotene. Old ms esaosnt tbeesee. Ine
ered to employment all their lire.
hey break down and die Neos left
with mehilag t"it *ime on t*Vir Fba ..
Work Is the r*.it( bletoiesg of the
age. The oarg oof wirk ** over ido

Hme's ThhT
WeocIi os headr-d 1oloi rtward
e ryeseeelf sterrt tht eestco be
esred by Hall's Cater h C're
r J. Canunw & r_.4o. o.
We.(she ende4nlgat l "ats kt , F..
J. Cheoey ft he* ieI I& n'0*** *.4 b-
ete hkis ppefeMi ber ret.' *a ell
boslneel ti sese ee a d Pr&*8~tl' y
A* Nwserry y asy est.>15*t Ma
by hie r -Weat em. itfs.** o 6 A
va, Whslsa DrIe. T. f* I. 0
"all'e O me *Ib Ow s t ita t *
seearb eee. Is, o roo
-pnY. a O% er dosh a s"
1bbs hiVU Pi s

sery. 'a who
Sigth lag for hb w lis helping to
dig the grave. A I hat euroe thA
tow forlishese S I a. The man
who Is so selfish ati have no time
friba his business Ng r to oity affairs
is maklan the sh rA The man who
will not advertise irlving the hearse.
The man who is eal a pulling bask
from any public eM0 rplseh throws bo-
quets on the grave. tih man who Is
so stingy as to be $* lnR hard times,
presheh the fune!V, sings the dox-
ology, and thus the town lies buried
from all sorrow and Wre.

Bl-ewhere in today% paper will be
food strong appealI from the people
of Arcadia and Avwa Park. DeSoto
eoosty, to the vote of Florida, ask.
Iag. She latter to is the drainage
amendment. The =~e of these pe-
tIltone reside in thq 4!ltasge district,
sad the voters reel, ,is other see.
Sion* of the State sM' Oearefolly con.
sider what they say atJoe burdening
them with a tax wlh would render
masy of them honmelge. We ask the
readers of The Son to arefolly con.
lider the petition.

The Miami Reenrd, tihe which no
paper in Florida gevq more ardent and
valuable support to kvoreor Brow.
aid In his campalrn oIthe Demoerat.
Is nomination in ISM, IA advanelng
some of the best arq osteA we have
eeoon against the adoptl aof the drain.
age amendment. Odeimly the Gov.
ernor will not say thebthe Beeordn i
subsidized, for is *atta him in
everything but his diatlage heme.

Jout now the most pseploose eoon.-
try to the world see I o be Now Zao.
land. Oau of a popunltes of a little
les thha 1,000,000 oe-ethlrd have
mosey in the savlgeW beoke. The
wealth per head Is nu1ly $1,W00, wbleh
is the larTet of any e Vgatry In the
world. Statiltie. shOM for New sea-
land the highest blith d the
lowet death rate of p enoatry.

The PuhlbIeI.s

Clilms Sustained






me dLoss oiF Siaii'


r For

Thirty ,1

vcowt SwW Wa)wg

'. 1

If You Are Insured..

in a C0o i that s osMibt,e Have a Polley Qorme
Wrlnes. Wtaliberallty of Potly Contrnei ad s he ompaq
Pay Lsoe Promptly

You Are Assured
That o serleo Imn otemv e yeF withoe l yg have
retfge. ________

Finr, Lh, id ad l teh m n
Nee bs Relable Comppal e Repreetei.


Informatiesr oberflly farnhed.


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0. man 0.MNIM00. 1
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Fire, Life and Accident _.,


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79 ii sm.

4 wMA W sP.', e a 1
w ~ &d Lso


sea WandI ACk6WD
FmIWwdOoSe BmiIspring and Twins1~

)I8Duff~tu1'fTmof The Jamnes !D mK vrovi bg:ee
S.. Island ('xttrm (line. AmdSupp~i fwta


Stph and Fanc. b nus,

W~mw sft$pow "- w Obikg& fs so"ftP




Aft, Ilooe sa t

*0 601rtostios a"#,I win4-0

t ang next Sutady.
Wary sad' Peii se.
.Oft hat
114"ead cmUYt i
No$## yend tar OWe
.1lis OWanI'M"seoie. 0010
No:-;4 il ksitviolent
*vsv lef ewt".toeeps
%nolesep an Ta na
lVelop's "Pewy mid
so opiate or deaapuoue
besteSlh and sol

Duke$ Nephew Hold.
1Ue..tNov. i.-.IAWrOace
missda to be a sephow of
Doke, tOWNsOse aate, Is
*7 Abyt"e poll"ehaereon
Wfes a dg a *beewlab was
low.' b aOek Was eah.
WWegal "A Wanwe s rseuec
Noa4141011 4s4ala. me has
V16014IS N, OWrTOsibdln
*~ Ml ~ ts Uns Pba eplied be
awe bythetrouble and
Is Owstll haWYoung mpDuke

LeaFee to Aasbile.
asseot geemepllavery Umeeb
Avor Is Imeesve ae You feelI
toles are e efvyNA slightI
enahanetiyoun. Oril..LAu I
ht Srup esimelatse the livor
mand makes lou feel brightI
go. Otiso Levative FrollI
af~t$ mernes of gr ipe and
ad fortf ple-ast to taks. Or.I
4006Febesve them pits ora or.I
eahasl..Roleso subutillses.I

Ore.,46" 4 3-4a a te.
oc ~wudta am"bottybefrebi
Onrot IM, "md *sob.
114bort S. tee, am-
blem hins Ia be a hskot that tbe
~rIs bn is 6 debhedy n.Sovtl
I"a Sol" of the Fll
NeYor* pseeu sor at".he

0 ame of Pmfsmmlma soeegid.
6 "a" ke..ef*setmale tuetasto
is a e~sehor "dsti rs"ise
""ise or *"nasmp"n Whoa etl
Oesy sed Upr h4 bees takes.
Onsotake *amd **eldapo#WtY.
" ake oboesre with seem a.
"rearaltoem *hie% mv"gonamin
eblsb .e~a..e, Ws"Optiias, a
$hasrt eards PftvevJ ptram a
totW Wa.lry's Iomo ad Tar
as u*tw6itiuloWrdJ

9W, Va X, j *do

weam *& tWU~''.'.


Thinos No Use

peeob eabesaft -Iid.t o.
pow *@wm".it If anar
~ ~l.t"W emm. 4"* d
In pon aw



NOVEBERR 14 to 29, 190

Air LI Railws ,
.Mumsmo a rato of
* ,,,R FARE....
Pls8 eIsto, plas 80 .emal, eme Ad
Mishm Oooe,. Tampa and r pet
for tHie e 14 eoat frI aSiO
ft Nii pX=psmpnol aid rla

eonh a oi Was sso svinm A
10 'IV$ I.,n

&IOW aGsea-
el windo* *
of Now.SM.h
Ilwseo, Now.

iefe~rmsroual yL o giaa
r ltbatou n a "bo

$ft ed $.".0
bferm Sw Lwoo.ICo
WL I~vm~m

D3- and m&aIs by
I M 4 M .l II .vUlI. III m m I-o n 'r

Stiat Poor at Tamps.
O seoeatsof he Florlda8tles Midm o 0mIso. n.. w "W
Winter Fair as Tamps, No. 14bh to asyusm. I .
NO, the Atlsmte aoms LiAe RaOllway
will ell tikehet for one ar po s O AinLDAMA
omn (MlolediledmialN leo pon) for D'JB'" ALDIAMA
I r ead trip. The tsikeo will be
Soale from poite aneshmad woes of D B E T I 8 T.
Akmber. Ollvfillse. ohebello, Hew.
hors m4ad Phalaks lBeledig th owo OvwoYeariaeOsa. O ie*,
pol. N1ow. 18,s' iT 17.10U. ac. 7 oad
I*h. rpm poelss, of theU abo DR. ROBT. 0. BOWBR,
pwmute d aSo iltedlag tsom Nov.
14ih sad daily thbeeshtemfr o tps DENTIST.
prday sid Saoday up to and lseldiag
all Saln sesodledtod to uvrt hI Tamps 0rie In Miller Law Ixehsnge.
before moa of Nov. 9%b. Flail limit
leIaing Thmps Nov. 90th. Onadme Ulversitsy of Pennslvlansa.
The Tampa Fpir this year will be on
a m oa large sel shan hbrtoforeo
at4 ilarl erowdo will sofrom es l l R. DlaVER B. MORRIS,
points Ibis soid o4er 8t sto. It will
be ma e tleosmt oppoeamslt to moo ,, NTST....
old friedB sad renow pleasukt **
qealaeaeeM. -
P'll ito Malee as be bad fro eve o rwesNm abes sse rum
all Atllasle Coo 00 N U a ato or f Ir
Froo 0. oesloes, DOurile Passeleo r
Age. Atlasstl Oas Lt JUk.oa T, ELLIS, MJR.,
will, Its.


bAassmaonssty bis
area. basa9 mae mg
amIlWas ea ed
13 p osw sit
les mwqpapee
sasset 096e1, paINtpi
eamsoad an t b ;I e

Amd SailsbtW ho Uqulif
lea faW"No me"eyamobmg md Oft
eNW Pais.All bielMaspiuh-1-
alteedd 80o. as"e bzS dee u

H"to 6hrehe. two ATTORNEY AT LAW.
O1uuaevufa .ua. YmOWzs&.

wetr ms.. I: "a $0,9004. Iesrgop~vd m"d ot"Uiw
mrJSOW **we klse baov tms, rasmingand
wwwvMRNo-Sthree weet 16W. e list of wbes low ~ Sorelno&I
14",es relkea, seIV* BMW a
th"posle ham& two htm~?wel ATRh..LW
- embrasag e9"-,
Lhingisto IM"musrow llim I I.ISOLICITI.) IN CIIANCKRY..


awARE ad




*W4 "a low&-osmw to"m ig".
wa~ "eebh so ream teem
"lt e um-n

Air Plie Railway

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Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southe

Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore,' Phila-
dolphia, N6w York,

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

- Seaboard Express.

: Seaboard Mail.


Only Line Operating
Daily Through Pullman Sloopers from Jcksonville to Now Orlea

For full InformatnloM ad soIepOr ervatfloea ll o any agent Beaboard
writ 8S. 0. BOTYLTOh, JIa, Aoisiaa OGeoral Passengr Agent.

Take The Atlantic Coast Line


Do""1p. &06 D a 1t
EW m e" aWt Pst via

Rapid Transit and Unxurp ased Service
Time Table la eAnes July 3. 1106.
Depart for GAINESVILLE Arrive From
IOepm High Bprtiag and Lr 7 a
Daily a t u aedlase Pointe Da i ) uI
liop 0a Losburgad Tampas ad 216pu
Dalld laasmediate Polate Daily
,0pm I Jackaeavill. '12.40 O
DaIy oonk, EKa gad W s '.Da.l
11Oamk Hi8 prior ~ Wayew, Savaaaesh, Brsmewiks s: lui n

16g8hU,, HlsNpuda Gu1M
Daily Alsay, Atlant all Pe ate North, east Wes l I

L I ayanFl.m in.. .. .

Tn=eagh Pakm "isew

1J. A. 00DWIN. h, ke A1g elm.Ase At.
FRANK '. O OIsTON. Dh. tu.. ALm.. W. .. STAlK Trea. Pa, **

Gainesnille & Gulf Raila J Coipari v
Time Tab) la ws l Jelt ft. lei.

1 3 0 .613 S--. .easp 11.... .. gi0 i? I.
N 2. Bo aL 9 M tIta |g ao 1 I*

OU o l ACt1~ DaiL. C Ae". . t C

20Ac35&A t j0U Ar C '('9 i.


"l .... B si "/ + S " D *, THOMAS TEL

fiirltheu I ha1~bsve Mr s. -sb** ISM -
& nows th ose, 6Y* the Wcosta M by ltd byasi I Wild Balloon Clingin
W t. of W. stop. Mrs. n wl uor hw Ropes
i .''. '1t o (M1 ***Jf ar e Mem arr- i_ W *U n .o o". a o-eand eso04v
01AWI'S 1 A WILL B StU whAtea ndb called oGram 0000 PEST ABOVE THE
SmVIP 4I- !e p Water 0. f tor a reckoning. A. jry pwase opsa
i a ttle ur Near KmIo* .ooper, I l e Most the a. t ed, composed of two wMhites ad l een of Thousands of
ash.I I Betwe tOgtg0 ea.twentyg-fe wl moo Proemenade Ds Bin teb lats. who, afteai r tiat : At Augusta Fair Grounds,
who bbed MTm r tSior vg th. Water a Foro Do .TIdal punishment. .he bhikory was laid Aerenaut Lee Control of
pTewn. porf at O.e sadt stepo W ~aat Folon. on by ClarIte Newman, a good negro ag.-Fell In a Cotton F.-id
I Wak., Nov. .Wh-A .p*- ^ tt 4f. r thet pro- No. 2.-A VTk4Ut tomIs has Youn. Uri lTh ut and old Augusta, i., Nov. 2.
as Pawroper, W ..W seaI pow ed Ilildjig. wept eve the south o ftawee, ac- UncTle Graves," Wad Charley Newman P. Tlomus, of New Yw ,
Ilft g o I P m ow 11tmrg The18 "i l hIao done splendid amUlded by heavy lst' 0 meadr on are the negroes who propose to pro- most daring scent hereIn I
ibi d- ,work."Ad i6 s eeded hn b- st6 eoat and a titdl wve at Too- tOet the hlto Womeora their Oom- Nrvaqa. Owin to th, ;.,
IrobI9 to t that t wift* laftP days w. wMAI prevents Admiral ToU munalty. Othe Lir grounds, some i1 -'4
T seem :rs by I TT he Nit ffdy"publ.lled amount sIaN a gw Uandrn from eIullaS. These negro men have assured he the city, the bag hail to 1,.
.o MlNl4d, i who to j ,i00 abe new lidst loot up MI ay ni craft wIre torn from. Rookmart people that they will bt some miles away and it a.- i,
*e wth n o 6 a tin u $84 Maitat. totwl e ,43. I thea' mbtres ad S wea re wrecked glad to look after the matter if white to tow It to the grounil, ,; .,
r l o I m Now amt the auditorium anu armory le the 4ays were o00od4. ladies are Ilsalted In their onomualt. The stream proved t. too i .
W ofKOh.Mve p ha6 iblball which will aMtee sfered most severely, the fa- ty. Their conduct la generally com-. bag frequently .aumht i ,
hfsle p bold the largut conventions, ad a N poIena*de dea. Anglis aad the *a0ened by the white people of Rock. was more or less danwa
B III eand Josl eph armory wMich wjl house the locl g. e ig orag streets bel under we- mart. Wheii about a mill t ,
us, 4 s1ty1 w*a fatally la- t a oot deep. place of ascent. )r.

e V14S o. bairglord pa tloug to *wft *t -o lles battalion, and 6.000 ftet.
had NT work at etl lota Manfte f Dn d Alho The S op there were s. oaphal they will Stay t" ohe workhou e. cided to try no longr,.
the ppo odeington, Ky., Nov. da when they will b ve on tral to the network h the s,
Padeo w trar. ? Ateewit of be taken up and through Dr. W. tot wMted that the contents chare of sobreme of the peleo by tint thoeno heavy Saf lr i I o
ateou red robterr ay l of twenty-ibve will ppoy, e of the bre of ce totally dtroyed at e here and aaul oBer the general rot the ontrated rin atd ,
Ie ed the IdeOr of the dd l thte favmers regariv g the oansfacture beaklag about 160 yardt amland to aooptop awth Hallowtimate pranks W a. ht theetancked band eed p ,in
eaptursi Jagot lake o etly a of deAaturrd alher.ol. Two tollawaita Three mal ahemerra am o h The tudenta beat Ap the o cadera pret l direction to an etiII,,i I
S gam t o burglarth a t to ofwee ed Trada deed to the g eel were wreo but there the atdly ad ollee battalion, and 5,000g to hi location

.lii depriptn of the sourees by whieh was no loss of ltfe.. Today they we-ld not give bmd, and tg Dr Thomaa was unr .
bad rte ay dlaoO wat KonNeIy laduaftrtal or d onatured Alohol. ty Jtti R they will were eat to the workhouse until Not having anywa b 1
the purpoe of holdbin up North- Waela!4ton. Nov. 3.-The depart. 5t. Raphael. Prance. ifvo5. 3.--The Irlday, when they will be put on trial ered to lighten the shi alo
Plool train. beat ofbtaied lt me, through Dr.of a W.tae Wkethk ve r the south of ow chargesof and Veal of the peaoe by his ofe, heavy leath r
SWo PUred r o~ OheI s Rob- a. Wilyto shomeof t bureau to wht It, dmatroyed th ttW.ies here and assaulting officers the general riot throw way hi t then ti
a nonA, Mged r D1 eaIso be pomty, as well aurtaken to *eowte orred away a bridgep Ba thek waves last night, when the trolmen tried his pockets. There "
ite t te rw t ado1e4 tO fy the adrmers regPrd the manufacture br heig about 150 yards inad. to stop d Novatro Hallo.een pranks. little checked and h, e H
aOr 0 0 J acob lAe, rI' ety A1 f doenturid alcohol. Two bulletns Three small steamer any many fish- The students beat up the office pret n the middle of a codr t., buti ,1

Vf W age t prt lst atpoted toWal were Issued Thursday dend.o to the g ertnas were wreioked, but there ty badly and several sots were fired. O giered ieri lou caly hurt. I
oarptI o(, wap the mours by white o was o los o ltfe. Ada Today they would not d live bond, and ging- Dr. Thomas dewas r! i
tperad a nodie at st. lvw bbrwl y the tame or dNoatured alcohol rray woaney alon l were aset to the we orkboush fromyg ardent he has ii
06 bee look The b eye obtained, he method of maMua. lto ek Ie 1 a ree- wert and Veal are lieof ut Nemean, wth eea folds o, the bag o r n *
Spr r th United a ploed to the to whater It ay tlnta, Nov. ..e. W. re lack- the battalion the opportund. It then had.
eor a l itary rl. l prt itd d Norwe aert that he was or. Blaletook waaip" Bkted otkly mor The Brih emer te field, drawing Pr T
M waa weI, saved ad l.-Ae d ba t tryo eag to silb r oodwtl by poel ago t of W wednesday llse the latter 3See g m. la ~ fro-I Bo.lo to t pooin. haa quarry appearance he! '
ok the area. et opt"N lg th gener. the ndausoti ith the privilege of pWesla a o Queepstowl, Nov. .-4tly Brelig the Ne- etrleee but himself. .
l. o to t thOem r prof t oe- Jtd a wa byJuded to Dr. Ro. of the perai r ame re edote. from alitimore o ered Iu an d eratd.y or )w
as p rietws. jtrepoted to the* o Teo to Seoer a Friendoi, ui d o yet l dRvion. o hl. e r bout. 0. o i ver l, assed KI s- o lderod seriousl ht.rt.
e 4 eP a t Mpmewl 1 as to ds movea 41n Rome, G.e NovI I.-A whitanly mja o f ltacklig Matti Adams, ae ale Hoed Thursdaylle morning and g- Thomas by Tril '.
e older t Pt. b the ame of Norwich. was arrested woman, o Pet freet, o th nht ld thatee lae itte tr lngham. Al
worth otfa1 ritish murderer os by Policeman James Dempsey, a l the rot. T ury had found r NemeWah abandon d N. d o r.-P Inor the oe m lo l Tdurfda.
the OUlaad Yord torl4 Kes harg of throwingby TIImoel in the lackst of guilty of almost with n- latitude north, battlehipetde 1at montpatle for ma well known
longy behlt ooking. The ma eyes of J. Ooodw aNov. .i at to murder, but h ad offered la test. T* e retar of th e ems, wi th s cty, wad on ord r hir i
' a prisoner I the Unit0d Ea11s employ the otyero eotbrn rdJoe* tI mendag theon. r this rasan the the eaception ofy two men who weave opportunity beat had. *
1 slasttaey. NlrvIg. iv-year olal thie- eIoty Bwao ra oer by a tl- e lsusentenced a wator a mk. Hidme- lost, wer take or n board the atep. without any ear or o
'l re4ay sor at m d that W. me. Ii pari. the *eetd Nor wich he diertd a ast he pr Blakatook was l ndicvted rroistly more. Th British s teamerd w y a- ven havingaballast hI
She was well behaved and liked, but tn to iober w oodwep wa poe the t orb akiag, th te se a akillt diepoatr sm Boston to Uvlrpool. as a sorry t appearance Pr
ftathe Pries fllr oite. haIs eeited th taber wago ad fe on his e. e l org l for isa p earan the mo lc.t remark A plas are to be suben tted to s e- twhe ea bln and the peN

R f( Mr. Ouarett. He wtll be s hia M kntlag hi to l seet talt. Two Krtti a n Conltoaa*to* ar. K8. a.ep. er*d waa a transhe
Sa free head to all eaftters portal to (ttle Rk Nov. t.--irea Mo a ritapttrot who posi to -_
to te option take the ler print e.r. Sr W a Wl es Lcarried. tl s r 'w eu I jal m on irte I aio hSnd Pa iMtlor bd I a day orom ll t wo
'aOtt a llwsoldiotr, al tteped tohe -e1 eim0Uatton. C o, but I ot Is Lmyet i g i trl. or about i0a. AIles .o the .-ri g ast.r of o
'a i 1 iItompmeslO nof this mass I l- s kow Is he&is permanent Injured Killed by Tra n

, e met w th.artg T e Pce wvat ole.t e i e, s beepe fuem lSaib a. ar el pse iado h Weed. Irmnl ith .ta. A \
eI us1ly handled tol Ves. e., Nov. .-- nd hde oo Tthir t o fitiat eat of one ia- ted to te s Te eItar eothe N c tils ,y asi on hio -

to eees thm etg l ero T h ea The of ftA teeal aungKem Ordew s havte sue mw t aee Uasy A. Weed adlapatem e J. ntebtae. sa 30 tost. New Osiseig Man Coha F* *
titiil~Ig T1S PlInInl. Th of lb lesal Bols. Orlter ha. a switch enine... Gus' A. Weerio4r.Imd. J .. JlsesJ U .ied U t. owOiea~o~ Man C--'." *

-.Mh4lisrthis and Kasai" MA O tbor lost ewe 9,,. Waruim. to Iks hsteWued. ad a, or urn.Aus. was at Was y to -ft so aqowOtlean.. N.,
seeds. ~~the ftImOW4 Ot u ew Z ild s2 asr .GosWas MMY by Sam w~std, the 11*-year- Rhetabardt.
imparts ~ Witin the most m. years so baly hurt that he d10datanery o 49Uftb Tsl
W SAWN .SUU, O. =e~m u. 0M.O"OWllb se tInTe1 -N l thea hours. eyessengers wuw s- h ma horn
"m l*RCt of t he ('uban hm s.1ever awbft il Wes to da' !V-_ -_
sy.4 Old astrustism of lines e the Pacil
th I~ottka 1suar~ so" by the KHlntmein Wm Sme'a Q M syU119061CemmmiAme. a todgqa" 49ci Dbsf".wbe met and a If
leland to the tnlted JEltes to1101n1. X. TN-. V.Nov. I -hoVote U1Oefift to Wson Ibstinfuth-boa"sof t'l.' mh'iest..I
-*low Is a bulletin losed by tas, as.Puee 4dhste.o Nh Mtoun" stWOOM O ehro ~ An. VW* re injure. e* B R mambutase ~k" t. r1b,
""mom destou frnaWWlabor. TheNow edt. Nw"-S&A tLebow m all pbru at the d tae W'4 Weeftmrft have hm aureft". hb.parenstha Mt t'
he fa aM IS ept"11"t to No.. PM1k ams'sW1460ee 106 11%. Noa ton ag hersThursday Wtt bb jjte11"I
US eu do. agins :oee ~ to ri he p a t e '" a# ht am"* and m tla he fsU fl l~~f w s te M. e '
Mimseea ntsmme fTlshe 51.0WWb ofthe pals. hSd at?4'
puDol& tIs Sptmbor of last pvr, O, IWt*)* SabWatin. ffto imabo" Th sm fbs n smde so *I Oeighty pAla4 a Mm. p wof is n
uAarts of th e A pr Coaes M614. MWI te Sm abuntset" ebr = o h ~uhof fBoem ubsimm. Webe WW *mms-a
UnM4 aties am brtgm count Ties. wh ib* ed ta* e~sWith We. rv- t O~kWS misnary %West I .--*to! IWW __ of d 0 011Pt
04 t % om f 1SepOteber. ae she W5MG the ic Iregs ad pit of the am. .v-
sTMIFd bethtian .moods". Few p As. j ~ C060MM. t germ rosafingthiem wft ab tur
I SUBf.I sd 11. La
WerYV, 0..flaw. 3-4uieftla I'tOlis hc babe tw.tby wfaiyabt aMW (a" iw eWbiou, AlssLpulSt'emOm. nev e
ma. oa 'bWhathe fcherifs 0&ses altin es "mON"i d"teastisss hmudnsertesmay Waed4 Wt!*c*WWWseung ..?e 4b U ea~r 1
N~wnr. here b# h"dlowto she..' 100wIV%"- hare d to W b tIms e0t DOts'Thards.410 MISe, ?t000.b ,Was tboom" a 1 ol-
If* we&sThe Sambi m"timaw twtata vs w.isbsSjtangeniTheau. -he%" "a St*a%* te 'iWWWgLos"am ne S4 #
h is.Mstl W.4istu h m i td 4~ Uha eoebus 4goo uIsm ad Goa 'an so no"s nu rftft*so ..Am
is a toman- he MMSbow", am-a"rno"Ibow"hOW
bot. o a

UPa S"


Swi peucnd by Basedi
~ ~g~pwith's bomeslfu
ahm bad 6e.. sieela.
isa WNW ~sIas
"TWfor map years. 5sa
f o aviae, 4,
ole I~bab OfelIwed

I' he
b e,

I. '"" --yen
1 Wwlor She

.pe~sl~amebing. eie.

bam do. iwssed was more like a
*#oshr the~sfaMend so him.
Aflor "ce we issOpsremmbu, she
S$011uwlm rpecatisiaswere praessned

'Whevea,-miwyfls LeadgesNo
two aasseew"Oud fle"telvOrderol
31k. hoafs a 446"ierd On I npuble
lam Is Sew e V S$ 404A ofe er
Wkhler9. l obusaw, wholanshoe lll.
~ 08" y so 4M Gela wled from
tI o I=$1 this 119.,.. sitAS IA. l
AMGomiecstlewewbets who e, bawln
O~ad~ rSh" dyere at* wlag is
-she thd. .1ofoewWer s "Ies emeut I &ld
"Where". TWOhis lslse"of 1Prowl'
.4ae es e.Imposelsupoin ihis lodge She
kpwof s beloved brother; tshe soft to
S*foerm"s. phllsassheople and palrioti
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lawho*sse grnew
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""sis of h .towpo WWI Is theoilty 4
Wuay 44 Pld 16WO(FA bbaft
judge 874 ,L. arw..lefsyFewsrsy
t~ 1asodmvTllleai 9ho7Pelt. The
4ug Ic marh5~ s O"uehumlas nosu
eseof a*he dealegeam ds~as,
=U-E %1 is mbin ual4 peb"seh beIna.
half of 1"s 64000u,
ftemdMts4k Rrlovhavlgbee. e"a-
Pow sdo lae, 0 %ge team.
644 o an 960sm of bearewwItetg S
acret hbie"r.0l41whetruly s".ia
ho~ ~ ~~ "Nl Uq~d~4bs mVol
Miy 'Arete Mw1Ibe museaift-
gssherit, s momfor grain, es.0
?bb is misdi ome order of
fbur Solid nbinsof pafls.

SMr. ad Mr. R. K. Hook., who
e ra al iierried as Lakelsad,
bave i f he e aly, and are
fith* theabe of ros.
Anushl rn WUt Masa sKrea. N.
iMr. Heeo hIas bee for mee time the
,eIlensl ~ae. of the Seathro n3.
prec OGapsay la lbi ally, sad hasb
ma# ftr eibwho will estead ao*-
A aeelag of the lue and Gray
Aessallon was holdIn he e oflaofI
OoaustyJdge Msoee, Mday afsh.
sooW, whlah was well atssladd. Thea
purpose of he meeting Was to ssre"
bhe viatla Vetaras to Galnaele om
the easeles of the mules O the
Ith sad ,4th Inet. of a esedial wel*
a* asd also o assre them that
tte members of the Be* and the Gray
wool do ohrylian possible for their
amfors sad eantrsalameS.

bhe la to bis lede., sad to the peo.
ple of or really aad flate, we give e
prewletoeo oar regard for his person*
salihy,or et s for his virtoes aad
or wrovere for ble memory I be sl
"Besolved, That oer-sympashy be
esateaded o his relalvo In shim, their
beer of soerrw, sad tat a aspy nof
bhee resoluilom be forwarded to
themi, d to the loestl press sad The
TimeoaUmlo for piblieeelo,
"J. M.cK K s, Ja ,
"Rrr. 3. DAVIr.
*W. B. Dow.
Ilterelng Busins M1"atlng, at WhlM
Pive Memb Were Added.
Theo regalr bMises mees algetf le.
t w (t b aptar. United Deaghtos
ot a Otdemy, whlhb was held as
he baee of MUe. H. H. MeOrery
Thereday s afii was well attIIM-
ad, aad wm of enmeal later, gleoe
he already ie60 ambershp of Ibhe
Obsptr wae taimeed by Ire.
A Fts deal of isOter- wOas s!-*
fhesd apelally (a this me ebUi s, **
It wee k"aeI thal hal ause imste
woed be mate Wor IM ra eptsl to be
seeded she Vaerrass apm kb ase*
*tea of their areealonet bree on lb I
sad Itl las Thee arnipmest
ere empleted, sad ohe reeptlom
pemisse lo be ee ef t Ileedlan fse*.
ilme la iOsatville flr 1 s prem%
*ar. Seekb depertmas te Isa tshe
ha dse of a capable aemaltse. sad a
Slew Paremldv, MrS. Stringer ef
B3eawiUte, was hebmed by &be ap-
pisteome to sepremms Kirby tewi
Oato4r s heIbe N ieal 0u8uml,
whbI will be h ld tis O Piet MIM .
Os she 14th it.
Mf Ba;s e td eeeO .
SW. WiA sW me. y is- h
'e -ldbp _taeb% Ofa- ofl the As-
"ustle OMS L.n. but te whe pst few
*mseate s mamae of the(s usetlhe

ea" -eWsh os s"e diamgeeh**^e ole.
mees e*es*** dispsebue* as she
o petay. Mlis erme CwaBease ha
t^** e edlb te SW S4ad *ahtoeah

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Suttulone at ti t, whq U*tl an
rsabItinct; is
nof the Nt foe tbe go
nd; tha o be a is a wnaaity and
an essential of wucces.
It's an original vew; what {is ywur pinion?
Tise defense of an old time in is set forth in our
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In the November Number
Now on Sale at all News-stands
10 cents a Copy $$1.00 .:0:

RIveside Atheletic Olub Defeated In a
Pretty ame.
ST seed game of football of the
a**s, being the paq between the
ilvNerde Athletl Olub of Jasmoe-
vill end She Univerelly of Florida
asme, was pulled of st the bueball
park Frily arfernoon, whibh mulled
Is victory for the UnivereIty boys, the
eort being alntees to esilng.
The gme wAs fairly well atteded.
sheagh soes *well as elId have
been. These who were prescas, how.
ever, Ihorouehly apprwietad the elev.
emes with whish beth team worked,
mowitbhstadlog alMt BIven~"e failed
so moore. The ame was a fast o
froI start to finish.
WIN ir Ant.ran ge Address in
outh P orMd OCity Telght.
Bo. rlash Clark, OomrsemaI
fro the Sooesed Distries of Florida.
left Friday for Tamps. whore loeltls,
with other preelmen spekers, he fi
ebedaled to make amn address In op.
positli sto the dramise amadmeit.
0ol. Olark I as eloquent and forceful
speiker sad will no doeb4 draw a
Alwspe Was Sitek.
Wheo a en sys he always was sick,
froMe t lith a eouh bat bated all
witer-what woold you thIt if ke
IheolM My he sewr we elsck *ime
eathgda llud 'a Horehesud SympM
Suchl a mi euste. Mr. J.O. Otm4,
Dean, O Otegem. writes *oW yen
I was sus wIth a sen
see tha wOeud teeS asl eeis
eth. Ths eoIgh left I tm l
mesbIa sesd I tried Balluod's
Hee0eSwd Syarp amd hae mos had a
df This T~ ilfs what II dd for
.* B by W. M. Jhamses.


To the easy austo
mn' that we disap.
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