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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Related Items

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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". ed That Was Infatuate,: .' \. .I j 'OF NEW' YORK OVER HEARST TO TOBACCO COMBI

With r -- Collier's Weekly Buys
Young Woman. I' Acts

.1\ New York, Nov. 0.-An Associated Press bulletin issued to Provfr Bribery.
at 10:30
: p. m. says:
HAWKINS FOUND I According to
incomplete returns from all over the State received to this hour
'H* Killed Hir alt In Presence of I Hughes,_Republican candidate for Governor has been elected over ,v m.I .

})f* and Children-illicit Relations' R Hearst Democratic and Independence League candidate, by an approximate Candidate Moran, of Massachuset

ten crap Widow and Hawkins plurality of 40,000 or more. Two Declares Collier'. Has Refuted
years ago Higgins [Rep.] was elected
Suspected.taoxtllla Publish
-- Document for P, .--.._ --.*. .I

> Tenn. Nor. 6.-As a York Nor. 7, 1.. m.-Lead* ... Illinois r Jurlng Republican Party Tuesday
1U.! to the cold-blooded Massachusetts Republican.
assassin.vii Inff l
concede lluges'.lee.tion . Dintille, 74,. Boston Mase. ., Nov. C.DLur
< of )Ir.. Wllllaoi Uarrett, a grass Joieph'O.. Oan: Boston Nor. 6.-The Republicans ;
I Attorney John
.deer. at Ablngdon. Va. Saturday over Hearst for Oo.eroo'by., non (Rep.) I. te-eleoteJ to 'Congress were victorious in today's" State vice ter -District D. Moran. sent a In

it, came the suicide Sunday tb- about CO.OOO. It looks as though the from the eighteenth. district' by' oeoal tloo. Governor Guild being re.leated Jerome of New Attorney WI1.lam 1

D of John Hawkins, a neartbor entire Democratic State ticket with %joHty.. -____ Governor ,hy" considerably Increased which be stated that York he Suada
of the woman. ,hl. exception, however will b was infcrciby -
Ills sulcldo eleet
plurality over last State
red! his learning/ that he waa un. ed. New J.r..,. yesr.Kentucky. <<< Senator A. D. Hugh; 3

IsMsplcton for the killing of A. far as can b* learned at this hone, Trenton Nor. 8.-It II stated from a Mon Michigan of Collier's that there la In the pec t
the reliable. source that Leak Weekly evidence'
next: Congress will have ajtepub* (Dim ) h.a Louisville Nor. the form of Original
wkln..wa. a married man about lioan majority of thlrty>aven to been elected to Congress from the complete Generally. In* ters. telegram documents h

yArsi, old and leaves a wife and forty. ninth district aver locket (Rep.) b y" election' for returns from the primary' which tends to show and bat secret cod
Upited States an
small children. Ills 1,200majority Senator orsan:;:1
reputation a.alnn.buG' .
method of
Maid. been Th. frdm forty-,even counties of legislative corrupt:npracticed
excellent and b* had never World' Claim. publican majority. two jean out 110
tvefore been under auspfclon. Hawk New. York Nor. .go.P.nn"an' give' MeOreary 35,f63. Deekham 82,123 by tbe so-called t bacc
0.-At 11 o.clock trust throughout the
', KM' became connected with the case The VV orld say Hashes (Rep.; ) Is '. Republican.' : For Governor Matter, 81,137, Hairs The letter follows: country
by the 28,720
discovery! of
a letter which he eleeted
;' fa*>4 written Mrs. Oarretl and which Llea/eosnt Governor and Chandler' (Dem.) Philadelphia, Nor. 8. t 10i40 p. m : .. .. D."I am credibly Informed by can \
-Oov.enor. Hughes,
t. 'now 'In' tho possession of the com- Returns op to this hour how conciev v Tennessse.' of formerly a state tir-snj:
mOllwNUb' Republican Nsshrlle| Nor. Michigan that there is In the poeesslon -<
attorney. 11 teat gains throughout the 6.-Forty out of
In this I letter, It I. said I. matter Tammany State, and indicate eleetlon of Stewart nlnetr-ai* eountfes Rive, PMUerson llcatlon of the proprIetors of a r-j'ji

: IdcHmlnatlng the dead man and Mrs. New York Nor. 6,-The Herald for Governor by large plurality.' (Oem ) for Oowrnor 17,980 tusjorlty Weekly by the name of C.. r1
r although the woman la said Tammany Jodlolary ) over Evans (Rep.) Incas In New
10 have lived !In a ticket I.I elected by large York city evident' ( I ii
way hot to Invite I m.joriy.OonnlteUt. New Jersey Republican - the form of the '
UftplcJon.\ Mrs. Oarnrtt'a original loc-.r.r: : >
Michigan.Detroit .
assasslnatJou I Trenton N. J.. Nov letters, telegrams, secret
was a horrible' 6 -Lste re ecui.o
affair her head i
Nov 0.-The the translation
turns Indicate that Repoblican thereof rotao
toying err
partially blown
: alt by two load New Haven Nor. fl.-One hundred :Btate Central Committee from of which I
hare now hare
.', Prow a shotgun.Hawkins forty-four member In the General l'elUl'nl'l'eeel.e4 and which I cp

killed himself In the and forty' towns give Woodruff Hep.) I Assembly ...lIlhe Democrats sis. so far clslm Warner's election' peed herewith for the purpose ct -'--.' 'n

striver Of his wife and children. pro. 63.731 jThsjer (D'm,) B7.703. teen &w.a.for Governor. by over 100.000 and all tiflcation. which tend to Stow en crganlbe. ;
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and tc-<*
Test Case Called. -- -- ----;: - ---- by toe so-cayed! tobacco trust t.1::: r Gout .

Ivew York. Nor. 0.-The case of : AAAINAAE.T '- S ** the codMtry*'
Cat\., Yeoman ; 'AMENDMENT-' ? 1 am Informed that some f tb
Trace J. ltuas.llld+1 1.1\ .. DEFEfl > documents
:' .... N against the New Tort Aniusv .I copies of which 1 O m
have, tend .
; seifnt association was called In w-5- to show :hat n v. 'a !
the eusr1or -
lirrecTlag trie" ffiterest
court at Newport. It. I., oa Special to The of the LA.J to
Sup.Jacksonville 5 bscco
JMkmilay President lloosevett baa trust were defeated at t&r: cItal -,

OI Dntrlbu' f d 9100 toward Fla. Nov. of this commonwealth: at t'. .**
Its pn>sc Scattering returns from eesalon
tint as it la to test. tuo right of any State indicate the defeat of the nearly every county in the of our general court (M:c;:achnsetta

place of amusement to debar men. draiiiagu amendment to the Constitution three legislature by pi=c :r
\iv*"ring the United State. uniform. ona Nine returns from different counties by to which are a part of this si--*'
The ale as follows: For the amendment le ecbeme. I am Informed that O
Cffrndaufa 406
that counsel'claims In demurrer against, 1,101.Hughes ;; proprietors of the said Collier's W_ '
there Is no law by which --
.ft amusement. ly have purcbaeJ the evidence: t;;;r
company can be presented is elected Governor of Now large sum of mJney .
York under -
canto =:
from prohibiting over Hearst
sailors by
la uni 50,000. The other
form from Democratic candidates for State publish tbe same not farm t'jn.
dancing In.11. halt. offices
The elected
:!<....mur,..' wilt be heard and If It Is are by good 'plurality.. ten week after the first day of A=.

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nvmrrynm c.r L \f the *uprvnie evwn. - ------ ---.._... ,......_,._ %- :

Jf nat allowed the CM will go be- IN COUNTY. Charles II. Parkhlll . .. . . . . . 196 age amendment Collier Weekly baa refused ta publish
nlAGHUA the
: 4ur5 a jury Its James n. so tars reeelretl at same according to contractr' ::
y merits. iVhllfleld.
\ . ... . . . .187 The Sun am... was as follows r' am further Informed that C-'.

Liquor Seller Heavily Fined.aKayelte. Notwithstanding. that Tuesday was a I For Railroad Commissioner.. Trenton Foa AoAtMirp tier's Weekly Is delaying pubk-s''' \

..).. (la. Nor. C.-'Martin general.l.etloo. 'In which many lm W. Clark Reach . .. .. . . . . . 50!! M(canopy.. 5 37 of this evidence In violation of 'II.

.bn,? who was indicted under 1* eep- portal Issue, espeeUllr am dments Newton A. Bitten. ', . ... . . . . 22O Alaehua ... .. 10 e 88 SO ft(contract should have until after the elec ?n :

arate count' by lb. grand Jury of to the Constitution, "were to be voted R. Hudson Burr . . .. . . . . . 103 Newberry 83 an Injurious effect r7On =

Walker county for selling whisky upon eomptralirely little Interest. "was A. O. Sit . .. . . . . . . 13 Fairbanks Donoi. .1 38 "a).Republican candidate"" on cjera l

' without license* entered a plea of manifested locally and the rote fell For Slate Waldo. .,8 9 There/or %
8.oator,32nd District.' 3 I respectfullyyou r-:
4CttUty at the 87 ;
"i>**l\l term" of court. short
Judge; Moses Wrlgbt. the ",.....dl.alt of away this of the registered strength II. If. MeOreary . . . ... .. .' . . Tit to obtain toe same evtJ .: itraasralt -
preelaet. Duval Will B* Close.Jaekaoavllle to be forth '
Judge peed K..* with. In o-; : -
n 1300. For
Including Representatives
ststa In each ease. or a total of u. The vote iHroaghoot the county, i la the General, Nov. a.-The result cf 1 may begin an Immediate inns '

.4 W, In the jvmt that he Is however was fair, which was evident Assembly. ,. theeleetioooa the drainage amend such art occurring In- my Ju: xt
stn pay hi* fine, Ytobtt. will not able that the people In the country were 8y4 L. Carter. .... . ........... 316 meat In Daval will tM-elaee. i a. nay be dl 1ot.d by an iacr:. "

%*>rv. three year and tour months have t la to more deeply Interested than the town T. A. Doke. . . .. . ..... . . . . 233 from the retores eo far received. judging, al Won In of the said documents .

the chalngang. The co.... grew out people. POt Tat Ases.orW. though It Is bettered that the amend making pwhtte th. ', *

'3 I.> the luiciu sane of whisky a, tae Tbe ....Ie.. of IDI.,..t In Galnefvllle, , is'. Colso.. ..... ..... . :.0 meat wllVbe defeated by a small .... of Moran many alo letters gave. t4e to. the. r'. 3" -:
, Army i..t m this Bounty. Peaa a. everywhere .U., was the drainage Jar",. .rair>a *\ cone
*w eutae dm For Tax Collector.W. letter Brt.g fro** Hags
t: ran amendment
an* open barrount. this amendment Eight precincts
being oat of tw.
_ the principal measure upon which+ the .1) Dlcklaeen . ........ .. .. ... 23* .. BOO for and 835 agalaat the"I.Ka. factory Hsjghe la era''''. thai be. be-"
.rtoa. Jnd. from sSenator
Killed. -
by Wife. political line was drawn.Th men i. .
For Treasurer. "
Mobile.. Nur 4 ... A. Flaker. aad ta i<> -
;- .who was shot wad b4ly- COM ItaleaUsie. day "was clear and Inviting, and It B. Peeler ..._ . .. ....%....... . S It le dI ..." to secure returns from tory Mr. Hngbe toiad a dek .:
w Ntnd
Skis wife. ')Ira. lh.. 4 by It was especial that a considerably many of the eooatry P,.......,.. he asert' "was faff of corrwj '- "
oe Batt....... on "e. Ooua'w Cne.tat..ksn.ra.
larger sad
vale would b.
-.Na6 eight 1aaI. rolled t boa the t meats rer-eatfeg retraasactkioa
ttM city hospital "'iiHo surd" ,t Sumtay at voter* iiameiii ......... .vow 01 11.1. O. Darepler .t..e. i. 235 In Levy Coueou.ty.Iatoratatloa "with theJmr*,.33
IttAIL..I' a the ( J. Matthews. . ... ties Levi I kft'Q CDlllpaay.
.tatemat. The w*>m a win U l ck-. energy walking \0 the r* U.. 3 a3 eoaotr fast
:... tip at put tret h.a wvsnwba.'with grl.t whoa 'a. sews.a.f' CShluC'.4za..a wend hare been C O. Pedtlck :"- 2T--e .oall.. glee( astroag rot *.* ..' the ea.he.T04re'
f'e< her husband was Vn ,", to be,. more. ..tell..l, defeated.- J. F. To."..". : ....,.. ,321: deslast. .........., Fire preelael ltao** .li sad CAvtrnMtv Ranladtasa

.. *ta4 i* the ..... et .nlUs.. Tae 80 deeply Interested. were the Tot Members Board of PvbrU oot of fe.rt.*.. .....Iedl.. Beoaeoo, tat .was saaorowsta. lthew
' +Mtui _.. pea ,gave 94> for 8OI-t lb.: doesw.sta to ".
' y aarr: .1'1.. ot-ct14 w,..aa wtttf pIe ef Ih1'00.skty la this dreJaag slerelWn. red ITU *galasl.aad wader .-
t contract to be peW1.k .3Kaiebt3l
tads ta** Ttteetley. Mrs I\&kota a*. qeestle '''u.U sight wa host isb.. If. B. I1ra\'." .. 31. f last.
. estya .'bar .Js- Is smog fear .... i L.... .
for F.
tag eut the regular ecadUaiee. and F..... .;.
&a tart Su.bahd. had b*.* c5M>4 t. tI..., ao4.lth.laisdlac that 111. B. Wteks 335 ...... ...... If... -p.1eon., 12
aa eadeare wa i j ......fl. .331For ; f.edrriasgestn.admr=:
tJlewtsnant Hue Vet.eW FeverNor. ..d.. it was (cMpotbJ< ,. .*.*... the j I .sstsbl. INstHet lies T. IX a.*.. e*aiy. show h.....* for ac-aJM& a-.4. JO

Ita'soa. c.- .Iheraad twatww. ......,... It' the vare>* pee* !i I D -'. Kotertsoe .. dnt..N -+t.djaNtat. Th against M. C.wK1Sport.
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tel lb. that .
) t"tftla ef the I: .
Is.try .
pt. )
... Ferdrat.... *s*.eda .*,.. uI .fe*. us .. . tmalrev ... ... .J:x
......... .. e re resents heal
dts'essy. was a ,.. ....
SMI board the erialai\e ..* cwaatry r.- tlpartr lane cIe -+st;- O
.A.atastde.tsate .. .
.al Ort ........... with r.Yff easos4v e.s, l t,le atteoikMt was pall K It.v'wltnwteg I .. ., lal I Ii peetseew ... ..,- D.ete..t, .Pperlaaa u. Ao..rt. / s .
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yesl. bas toe.. t< >or.4Lte to Ashatrlia . 110 (e. tS"(a**.....t K ,i ANete.sslt'. M Uradfted.. X Carter A.. Ory eta) R aver,:f.1'1t.. retards I.... Itltsek n. Ban' t1. ('4t a ....

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U'HCF HOLUOWAY HERE. HaY.ol Man 4iI.d. r

-_... IThI Seattle \\jh NOT 6.A cla)
to >*ie Post-Intelligence- Junes
Ib> Inspect Schoo's and Incidentally I
n Xlnulia. cays X B. Baiit i,
s ., to Cast His Vote. a :haul man and a form's r mt>u8 1.'c'l t lay r Gentlemerfs y

ang Hi*. i ',,mnt-II' ....I.or. to I r <' k! rucer, has been Ki\;,. d at K< nn1

t>i..,> ,.. H ., 'V tlr.. ,Holt .*'''r. I TI< ;.- Hot Spring*. b>' i'bt-tt Jt>ld. I

*' 8 |v u have ,atl <
: a r 'nitatio
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!<' ,: ,;. ,r400, a/t"r/ u. for h.- ,"irpi)s*> of
the miner and Reid claim
among to
,, 'f." dally inspictiug the University of
have been threatened by the hotel- Dress ShoesLabor
iAtt find the Univ-rMty High keeper.
,I, find Incidentally to east ht.T. .

l, German OWcorSeriously' Wounded.NixhalNorgoro4. statistic show that we pay the
shoemakers in St. Louisbecause
HpHoway spent the greater' highest wages to
< Russia: Nor. 9. we require the beat workman
nf yesterday at tho University Colonel' Uoxberanoff, of the Vfb rKr..glment..of ship there is.

,..,. School and authorises the state* ... wbJcb the German emperor This means that we girt our of

t that he feels very much grate 1* honorary aommandor was seriously the best wol'ten--and we find that the

at the excellence or tbat Instltti wounded by a bullet fired Ity, bat lathe cheapest in the end.

He. Is well pleated with the n member of his own command while The combination of the finest workmanship with the ideal aMorttng

r'rat deportment and discipline of the soldier were practicing,,volley firIng and grading of leather (made powible by: our! making many dares of

school and complimented Prlnef Why'\h' with blank cartridge. It,1 shoe) has resulted la our making more fine .Kog*. than any. other
House in the West.
tbat the shot was fired accidentally. -
:MoBeath and his faculty
very when In our dress shoes from $3.50 to $6.00 you"' will find the leather of the
lave. pan ---.- --- finest texture the lasts the very: .,latest and best fitting and the
ofv HolToway will pay the Unl* BALLARtfS SNOWLINIMENT Robber and Cltlzep Battle. workmanship the highest grade.

Ity aa,''official visit today, New York :':o\" C.-A. Portland.

Ale. rpeclai to the World says thata t 71LlPlQyDI

WOdDMEN WELL PLEASED. WILL CURE desperate fight took place In ,the P.IAtDt[

,, center of th* city at midnight between eff101J RSt'JL

ere Treated Royally Hands of Ala RHEUMATISM. CUTS OLD four highwaymen and three ..treetran..y wEMLftflt SHOES T NANYO17fL !IOU2 IN fZ wtsr
conductor Two of. the conductor -
chua NI ht. I .
were fatally slashed with razors. -
; The degree team of Altchua' Camp SCALDS UTZ., o A mob of COO followed the :

,or B', Woodmen of the World, re writes O. A.: Frledel"ItiHeJtnllartl'NBnowLiniment Dalian, Tex. i i robbers and raptured two of them.Sand'nd __

trued Tuesday from Alaehua, where for my family. It r _._-

Monday night they, conferred work 1A tho bout liniment made.' I' Gravel Value..

si)<>n five candidate, giving' them the It relieves burn nndecald' Washington, :':01"". According to I

eoond Degree In a most Impressive 2Sc, 5Oc and $1.00 : a bulletin t&sued by the United Slates 01AMOND BRA1SP

f manner. ',he "working" team of Ala I geological' survey. the total production -
Dal,lard Snow Liniment Co. of sand and gravel In :
{'boa Camp is said to be a* good a* cant I ,1903 wa
,' a found 'In the great forest of Florida. HT. LOUIE MO. I 2t: .17.. .9G1 short tons valued at *1.- S.
mn.1iO.: 40.C47 G.
bleb Is Indeed a compliment.At as again abort ton.
a1ued to 1904.
at 98.810
the eooolnilon' of the work de
a Sold and Recommended by Ret.Uer.ud JoMters In
lops supper wa served by the Ala

aa boys of Woodcraft, which "It I. w'. M. JOIINMJN. Gainesville. The Great Headache Cure .

41 I less night's to add work was relished, after alard ---,--A,- PALATIAL----.- ...--HOSTELRY- "' -- ---,-.-- Staple and Fancy Grocer E:;

',. Those who attended frt m Alaehua' Bromo-Pepsin
Grain' Garden Seed and Forllllzars
mp are loud In their prslee of the Whare.Vlsltora to the Fair' May Find ,

'feoapitable ntsnner In which they were Complete Comfort. "{l.te the Uerd Pepsin." BOOTH SIDE BtjOAUE. i t OAINK8VILLS. JLOKJUlghest
ntertalned' at the hands of their Ala
There eomes word to this paper Headache Indigestion market price paid for Ohlo .n.. Eggs and other Fnxloee,
.' :.I hua friends.' from )h. Lauber, manager of Tampa C U R E Q ,
_ _. __...__ n %,
insomnia HcrTOosness
Ua,'. most elegant' and luxurious ho ,
FOR TOTINO A PISTOL. e A Complete stock u1 Hay, Corn, Oats Flour, Bran Meal Cotton herd
tell The Tampa flay, that that palatial On the 5pot.Ko and Bye. W. handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.

tet. house will be open to Pair guest atpriees -- EST PRICKS, and guarantee satisfaction always
O Nsal of Melrose Convicted and Opiates. Absolntcly Harmless.All .
ranging as low as $3 00 per day
:. Sentenced to Three Month Dru........ toe.SM tad c.o.I .
It will be a rare chance for visitors t.
il Constsble IJ'nh of Melrose,' brought worn SASS CTJ.
enjiy: the splendid hotpltallty of a W. McCOLLUH 4c CO., llmrglsta &:OllTH1RNRAILWAYILThe I
to,this city Tuesday Ji. O.. Neal' a negro
In Justice house that has no peer In the Southern Cor. 5!:. MaiD sad tissue SUk. O.loeTlU.. Ft.. ,
convicted Nosaky'scourt
von Slates, and all are advised to s" ur. .. ,
upon charge. of carrying con board and lodging there at the earliestpossible - ---- -- -- - -- ._. toUow lot bedule Ocures are ptiblt.be4 only as taformaUon;ad are not gu
oealed weapons and fined IKOor threw -,
bf writing or wiringthe
months In the "gang. "'WO.I.UJ.II.TUA.1MSI. a.'r .0.11 .0.10 VOHTri AMD WtNT'
for almost I
Being nnsble to raise the price of mansgvr OF'CIIAPTEK 48 8. I.AWfi OF .. ,
i.v J konvUe. Ito.
.l tole TMp
JakonvlU ;
she floe Neal well)| dig phosphate for capacity will be taxed to FLORIDA. L-* J..auv .. .::::. ::::::.Hi* Its? 11f1r ))0*>vI t.. JVMMIP. .. ....::::::::::: Ma. hi; I 14
the utmost by the vast throngs that L.. $... "...................S Its sup Illta Ar Moooa...... ............. ao.o.H'''
while. .. _.. _._ Notice Is hereby given that J. J Ar Columbia ...._...... .......0. KyHO. .6Ap etch, Ar Ati.Dta... ................ .'ooo.1
will visit Florida's annual exhibition Hayman.pyrcha.erof: Tax CertlHcale ..... .......... HT 10....' elW'ta Ar KUOM..................... ., I
. ...... .... ..
G.O.Durhans Testifies After Four Year : of her Industries, enlivened by many No. ....g. dated the 6th day of June A. Ar I) nTlll. .S.It Ho. My liMa.Ct' IXSIPTHaovoit SlOp Ar A..tb..DOQtr........ ..... ,",o.0. s:
wond.rfulspeelal features for the I). has tiled said certificate In l' aAI' .... . .
llurhsns eutertalnmvnt 18K3. HlabtnundMa.. ; slw. eiA Ar -u>n t1
: U II ..f Carlisle' Cttn..r.1 otOee and has de app'l .,lon Ar Ity Ar Ouoi.i il :: :::: :41.:
of visitors. my ji .*,. '
',. K*. V wrltei "About' four ,,, for tax deed to Iteu. In accordancewith .......Ho. Hr trlie.01. aIp I L.l te. ... t.KsJAr .
:1 "uo'0'1- stating that 1 had been At least 25.000 have been expendedon law raid certificate embracesthe WaahlowtovAr ,.. ...... ....Ho. lit 8t .. ea.v. ArCb/eseu .' : Nag t. r
t the Tampa Day Hotel during the l.mltlo>or....... ..........1' H It. It ... &I.p its i
,entirely' cured of a severe kidney trou* following deseribeU proper*? sit. Ar Weal I'W1.A.tpbl..Y. 1C ic 1.6 ... .., (ble..o .... . .. 1 \c' tAr
bode by taking less than two bottles of summer, and since' the days of Henry uated In Alsehua county Florida, '0- -New-Yen-It-' ___, __ v,14 C _It.____aa_ _a L Lteetensstt t: e
II. Plant It has never beep In eq eioellent wit" Ar .::::. . U.-- t
,. 'rol., Kidney Cure. It entirely' condition furuUh Nw5f of Reo)..or lA' 10. gej. 22. Tp. ..tna ....11 or tnm SKT" nato L. Cfeetnoati ...:.. t' .11.A 0- v
topped the brick dust e dlment, amipan a to a perfect 11, it" K :22-to ...,... Ar To&.oo........... ... ..1tl4rt'I. t
hospitality to ire inmates.Sluggish ... .111.0&.. ........... .. tftp Attwtrolt. ..... .. . ... .1 'i} rL.
| and erntptorns of kidney disease The said had being as.e..d at the .. Kavsan.b .. ... ........ .. so.lCy'\(>. llaol.ert) ... . ,1'.1. .
date of the of such certificate. .. ... .
Ar1a1umbt. too .. .
ii i tit a". tllsspprared. I am glad to say : ::::: ::::::::.: : ArCler.t.nd_:.:. IuaF
Liver a Foe to Ambition. In the name of JV. Ll1c".r. Ar AUNtU1. Fa Hr 1 sup --- -
. ..... ..... 1 t
that 1 have had a return of Ar flot Hi newr 0.
anyof tlnlesasaid eertitleat..hail b# re .... .... ..... .
You cannot accomplish much ArK .. .. ........... Mo.fty el1l.p ArL.ngi.vUle ::o-t
those symptoms during the. fonr very deemed aneordlng to law, tux deed will Ar Uoutavill. ................... so.: Hr' ate Ar_ .Ht. IxMto, .:.:::':. ; tAr
that have elapsed.. and I am evidently If your liver Is Inactive as you feel i 1..u* thereon v>n tips 7th day of Do.oemb.r Na Locals .. ...... lice Yy itp Ar Asal.tos. .. !4. r "
years dull and slight ) r :: ::::: ::: .Q A C. $ At r'tvmtnrbam.:::::.:;..::: .. a"Ar
heavy I 1BOO
cored to stay enred, and heartily your eyes are ttempblr ................. y" r
exertion eihausts you. Orlno laxative Witnesa mv Hlolsl signature and Ar K...__ C't'F' ........ .... . t'-
recommend Foley's Kidney Cur el this the fish day of Nnv*>mber, A. Excellent Dining' Car Service on All ...
in anyone, suffering. from kidney or Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver I). lOOfl.. H.; II. WIENOK5 Through Trains. Hot''Sedate .::::::::::::::: P
bladder trouble." J.W. McOollumA and bowels and makes you feel bright Clerk Circuit Court Alsehua ---. --
Co, and active.. Wino Laxative Fruit Sy. County, Florida Ka **-"N.w York ..4 norMa :.....**.- Deny PikOioaa TJrmwtiur Seem 81-; t

3 . .. ........ .. .. .. ... rap does not nauseate,or gripe and Is pil fly M. S. CURVES. D O. Port N. .Tampa.a4..'-"vr.*MiMttoA J.ekoaUi Biwt 10 rvirM N.w .Uaatcd.. Pay r..Usn a ,X>rm-..*Jh olD :.'.. a
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mild and very pleasant, to sate 0,. .. Ja au tU to N w York. IXaUur C.isoevUie. .
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Itfo. au-D.uv PuUee.c ttr.wl.t KOfMW kuR.t Slee.....Car b.tweea JaekeooC* 1:
Ino Is more effective than pills or or. A.tM>iUI.. hot Hprtturm. KBoavtHM aad"NIK at".u. '
l)--ktorM. t4mat.d-11.UrI..Mld V..ubwlcdTYaa. Tltreealls Co.etesae1wtat :
dlnsry' eathartle' Refuse substitutes. Boon "Me"' .. Car*. Jekwfi."! eo AU..t., c..u.___ .a4 t'lac a.
L W. have Ida J, W. We Coll urn A Co. .*. **. Mtcvt-taa1 Car Jeep to olonkdo ftprlM CoL. vta1tr lIUaID4I...... Mess;.b...a. ...
I I REMOVAL ( ---..__ ,__ .,. _...
Slate. Fate' at Tampa. JAB. FHKXMAK.: lattMt l'._...r Auret. Ka Wc Itejat-. J..._.C). ]y'x
Exclusive Agency; A. It 1IAROWICK. P T at rt. II. TAYLOK.O. P. O n. ALLRX A U. r.'
On account of the Florida Slat Mid -

I Winter Fair at Tampa, Nov. 14th to
for hi(
!'9th, the Atlantic Coast Line Railway To the many custo-

will sell tickets for use fare plus TO k ***-* ?r

f t'cents (Ino'ucUal.l2mINIoa coupon) for mers that wo disappointed rSS I Fay-Sholes

the round trip.' These 'tickets will be

Blue on sale from points north and west of Thursday by

Atcher Gainesville: Uoohelle. Haw

thorn' and r.I.'.... Including' these being delayed with Typewriter

points. Nov. la. la. IT.3O. Xf 91. :: and

: Vlh. From polats south of the above their work: We wil! ' 1 i '
Ribbon points sad not inelodlag them Nov. ACKSOTTl.EIMJEl.

14>h and dally thereafter except Hal* try and catch up on THE 11&.TJUOll.'E

u dsy; sad< & Iay up to and loela.Hug the 5th of this month. 05 TXrC AABKCTI :
all trains seheUnled to arrive loTacatabefore

t SMK A of Nov. :0,... neat limit I Has TnbtilaL.'

Spring I.." .. Tamps Nov' 30th. UUlVrlt5AL KfTDOAftD I

i The Tamp Fair this year will b* SMI Every Xxck

a much larger seals than heretofore

wad large crowds will go from ell B H OWN
4, Lightest Shirt Lightest Roanlngl The
points la tale wad oiborStates. It will
''j The Guaranteed OIU U<* an ....U.., arp, rtttntty. to meet THE PLUMBER. Ctvacaptoei: Spe.d Writer of the Wend

oW frleiuls wad renew plr*.aait ... Os. t>. rsy-s* >U*. More ray&kolee la

Tempered Spiral Spring.JJoney ea"'I.'....... Oa ,t.. l'.uu-'n' TW Maier, SKMO 'p *tala...v'... Halt say ether.....,..*.
Visit 'm.8tKka ran be had tram ..
!lest, )1..1. C..peej.
Back If Hot Sat all Atlsntte Coat Usv a"e.ts or tram
Frank IVeflsUHi.. XKatriet r......., 1 1I P' hI )-. .
isfied. A .... .AtlaatU...' Lloe. .

Vie BROWN HOUSE i I THE SON Gainas ille. FIl.

Ease. CUrike Break..... BARBER SHOP ,
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GAINESVILLEFURNTUS The OMMt. fawowk etilke ,,"a'.,. .. 1 i iJ -- -_. -- _, _
Write .. the .usxl... Dr. King** New Uf FMte' 1.iuM1a iT rstl'T. r.p. .0 '

g "'... liter a.a4. bowels gin en .m*., 1 lv..ww wtte nt eS tr..rM ......... :

Ua. ta..1' ...tM&p settle she treble. .... J I t ..-.o ... ............. a1lr.IM ...... I nr If

cnp tll te f ....tttter week goes eight .e ...... err ..., M-s\ t '<:It ..arts eel THE PJY! SUN 1 0&
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II r, r. '''''9' C'. ........'___. bt'a.yasei wad i a as.,. .M \a.t H.'" ........ ......... t 1
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., It !. ....clllo.r thv InUlo.. \1'.... FEARFUl- PAIN 1
'#;"te 3U.k. It.

W. WILL HAVE BIG TIME When cot cuitdua" dtaeovereAl Amerton _ I

he found tfiapWfctu* earrylug on tru lo
HEATING from trlbouo l' tribe with wampuku.Auythlng SUGGESTIONS HOW WOMEN MAY FI

ta Preparation Being Made ttsp baa \rtlu uiay be UW H!
as iuout>y. 'vin, ancient Syractwe" and
to Entertain Them Urltaln an money and wefind '

uoiiM'd: uaeil at one time RELIEF.'J

YilTORS ARE EXPECTED In aUk lu (China cattle -

LAST ---:.. STOVESWe iu Hoiu 'J'JfisiVe1feHolmes
I f Are Working Hard for thetsdccssof among the ;Srl.bOglnlantJ. bile In Scot-
:?,? '
Will laud load lu.J. rma. In itunala
Reunion Whlc-: -
the cubes of. tireRscd tlIn Tartary

.[ Htld on Tuesday and Wednesday, slaves nmoust i.the Autlo-Saxons salt
II In Abjrsslnla'i! 'ete.Wauipuiu .
i 14. -
13 and
JI.JVe"b.r II I ti from Algonquin) word

). .'pet me grow near for the hold- : meaning Mwiitc.M;\ The Indiana have
1 j of the United te-u of
.. ape grate reunion ever fetid ornaments, pnrtlcu-
...or Veteran of Florida, inyeIt.eems : larly of bends. They U*t'd to make

f.p4erate to be Increasing, and the I beads of scashelU l! In the following

are DO. that thla b: have the Jtil\d way: A fragment of stone was with
ticnt and one oft much care "worked down" to the alto
I" vied the mot .uccetsfnl attended reunionsdTettraoeever that are sure to of a' small mil having one t ud quite

d, 11I0' l.rjZ.l pointed and It was then fastened to apiece
had. please and can put of cane or a I't"t'd.Vltb thla

The various committee appointed simple tool too Indian workman cblpcd -

h SlOII..lI Camp, U. O. V., of this then up proniptlY > oft a bit ot- .the inside of a
meeting about( a month alto, abet! or a part of the shell of a hard
M .t. A1-&lfl!! flsrt
'llt .d .s work at" their various (tod. clam and rubbed It down to the alxedeslrc
aurauce that the,1si ,l. This bit of shell he> held In his
which i. an t
-. .111 be one which will ao down hand placed the sharp end of the While no woman la contl1'4uyfrMI from{I Compound sooner, for I ban tries soremadlea '
laurels InlataHme.hl.tor 1 t. atone against It and then turned the periodical auff erlng. It doe not 1 without help 1'\
v ... of the brightest atone around and around until a hole be the plan of nature that women!t "I dreaded the apnroAnh of very moat
,. I... It meant so much pain and suffering f
was drilled entirely through the shell. should suffer so aeverely. > .
m*. but after I had aNd%h Uwnpnandmonth. t
ft.11", of the Daughters of thepotederaey The shell beads thus tediously manufactured severe train on a womam'a vitality. I b*<<*ni* rcuUriut natural...,i
have alto been eo-operat- were coned wampum. These Whep pain exlsta something ia wrong now perfectly wlVnd- t re*from pnin. 11
Ihis which should be set right or It will very grateful for what loyttU K. 11nkhi
making 1
pttrith the Veterans In beads L were either white or of n purple ha for ,*
lead to a serious derangement of the V.&ab..Cumpound. uon ro* 'i
Isles use of the greatest aueeewe.a color the In.tJ being rahie,lniueli hlgh whole female organism. '"
should be ,
btt hlitory. Both Chapters of thea. BAIRDHardware er than the flrst. It was the very laLtorlouti Thousands of women have testlfletlIn all women testimony aa convincing acceptby evident

Ithters, well n* other ladle., way*of making wampum that grateful letters to. M.... IMnkhant that Lydia 1C. IMnkham'a VegetahV
kwworked faithfully toward mak4ajth gave it value'The wampum was artla. that Lydia I:. IMnUham'a Vegetable Compound stands without a peer aa i

oeca.lon one of granduer and tlcally strung, upon hempen thread Compound overcomes woman'a special remedy for all the dUtreslng ilia
t Co. and irregularities.It .
and used aa: necklaces, bracelet and women,
ptJ for Gainesville and the gray rlugs. Often,lt 'was woven Into belts provides a safe and aura way of The success of LydIa K. PlnlthantlVecretabl
lured Veteran who the city, and about three Incite In width and two eMcapa from tllstreaalng1< and dangerousweakneaaea Compound reata upon tt
and diseases.The
itatroo. reception* and parties have feet In length.. well-earned gratitude of merle*
two following* letter tell ao conTlnclnglr ".
for their entertainment. wampum belt served women. .
\en arranrMJ The many pnrposva. what Lydia 1C. 1'lnkhatn'a
Aitnctation of the Blue and Gray, POINTED PARAGRAPHS. It was sent from tribe to tribe Vegetable Compound will do fol'women or When Irregularities women are, displacement troubled with or pail uleeratlon

tkch I. an adjunct of the United ConMente with solemn promise" and message. thy cannot fall to bring hopeto of the organs that bearing1down
Veterans and the O. A. R at The inott acceptable form of politeness It wna used' In making pence iu asking I thouaanda of sufferers feeling* Inflammation, backaclubloatlnir

meeting showed Its tnolinatmtoeoeourage Is ('lenullnoBX.Ilecnme for aid In time of war for personal : Miss Nellie Holmes, of 540 N. Dlvlaloa (or flatulency), general. debt
irtetot yoj aa> you Intend to do'a adornment and also aa a "circulating Street. Ituffalo, N. Y., writes Ity, imligeatlon!' and nervous proatitlon.
the reunion by ape thins It Isn't done. medium." The coast tribe Indian n-if..... J"I n"ham:- or are beset with such aympt.
pitting various committees to work About all some men arc cool for I I. were the wampum maker The In. '.Vourtnedtcfnw Indeed,an Ml """U"ln.lor aa dlaalnea. falntneaa, lassitude,

keoajaaetion with the committees of to "..e<-ontl the. motion.' terror Indian spent their time hunting ''WonI.pnriotia,un'orat headaches misery, and for twrtnginwn years withfisJnful cltablllty. Irritability ttervouanaleeplesane <

_tall Gamp and the Daughter oftoConfrdfracy. You away think you are entertaining. and exchanged game of all kind for < vain I oo.ultwd two different. Ib,*..... **. melanoholy they ahovl
remember there la tried
l ut taunt to set relief. A f.......,from tn. one an
the made by the coast tribe any
but them all wampum
are people dodging you swat sdvliMl in. to try I.ydla It; ltnkbnVVrxetobU true remedy. Lydia K. I'lnkham'aVegetable
fh.committee on reception, and entnuiamvnt the time. 'or a long time after white people r +rn| n tvt. 1 d 4ao.ano' noktnK Compound at once removes
i. competed of three well Don't end ten dollar flowers to the had settled In the new world small ulttwas did to..rl..r*. Mypr1oitsar' .I\AtQrall]i such trouble He fuse to buy any other .
('Olnll4.'I' scarce and wampum was every sM-b*and pain U and my medicine for you need the beat..
bwo II. la
aDd funeral of trhone left tuna
popular family
a man health<.mticb Imp,.,.... cd vl.e tut wntnn
Vsgr., \V L. Jackson and J. D. without any Income. used a* change. Finally the paleface who suffer to take Lydia llnkbam's V... Don't Itoaltttto to write to Mrs.IMnUhami ..
set lathe by treadle for the purpose If there. U niiythlnarnbotit
up table .
Compouiwt .,
'XuJtrtoo. This committee Is losing The: man In a dangerous location
of making wampum quickly, and Mra. TUne Hart of Larlraore N. D., your sickness le notiiiulemtnnil
to never think be 1* lu a dangerous location rn.
fp6rinnlty perfect every arnairmtnt .
soon. the Indian wampum maker were wrltea: hue "t y-u
fur the and en. or be wouldn't be there. with kliulne-aa"' and heraslvlce *
reception aa we say nowadays. "out of a Sob hear )I,... Tlnkham l-
ftruinment of the vl.ttor*. The owner of a borne and buggy ..1 mlcht ha... tear rpa r l maay moathsof frr. No women ever rt"IT"'U' ,
Th. people" of Gainesville generally tries to be modest but he can't help tarlr e........ .._ttfcl. watnife.ting a great deal of later.t allowing that he feel a little aut er1or. During the reign of Kllxabeth the of Lydia K. llnkham1. Vegetable Adtlre.e Lynn.MstOiaAral '

Insurance trouble Mn. Pktllkut'a. Advice -A w.. Beat IMcrttftMa WMMHI' MiKSTHRK
"Is the earning reunion which will The that against fashion In bookblndlnir underwent a a *

,!,'".( hundreds the men who fought that children learn about I I. to get a considerable change, the graceful simplicity -_._ _-. u..__._.___________._ .. ..___._ .__ .____ ___._.___.._ __.
promise. .from mother ttuit she will not of the early .work with its
.!itoctb* cause of the Confederacy-theSUM tell father.-Ate bison lobe. rather avvere and restrained<< ornament B. JORDAN. W. W. 1IAMI'TONJORDAN

\ which they believed lobe right- giving place to a heavy overdecoratedatyle. "

Ufther from every .ration of the On ......Ir W.,. In which M superabundance of

**'., These reunion. which are During a iMJWpi men's conrrn- gliding hid poverty' of delgn. This & COMPANINSURANCE

I'Md.onaally, are the only mean by tlon, n nuu lx.r ()f JounialUts Merit one style reached Its height In the binding

rtkfc the veteran can ....mble toe afternoon talking of the trick of produced far James J.. which wifefotnmonly

'trc..r and talk over "old times" "the falthlem tjriK.** when Henry dotted all over with flowerdeluce *-

when men' heart and nerve Wattcrson Mild: or thlHtle. while the corners
" I-i tried and not found wanting. funny typoKraphlcal Urv
type of loyal citizenship of olden time. about tlio CMld>**t and most humorous i<(Uarle the i,tmlln s 'were. ns a rule. ---- -,..- -
i idaer it becoming more extinct each tratusp.,tlllou of the type that copied front rreneh work nixl UM d..- .
'(Fr. and it will& not be long before ever came withlu tny otuwrvBtlon wan altftts ..crrle. out' with very staallto Fire Life, and Accident : ::, : .n.d

.\*" will be a memory of the past but that In a ew"ork paper some yvurnag lei but th.ugh foreign Influemw wa ...
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f l*.a>ory scare and rev-reuced. It / That short tact to print its .h>i" strongly felt nt first bo ItafflUh blu4em .

j aUk".rore( no more than fitting thai plug news on the same iMge: with the soon>> tI'1l4'k oat a Hue of their owu. cIsSrixE LINE:

I0jfthoad' be supplied with every obltuaric Imagine the glee with and Samuel M.*.".". the hlmler to

s,1IIdt-: y for enjoyment and eU.eo.loo which It. reader" found the caption Charles. II., t'''"'lure<1 coma. *U mini Me
exchanged one morning, whereby a work and **-em to hare ItitrrMlnreilthe
Nm'at.eeneee onea each year, and Ions list Of pNrtable name were quaintly .h4x Iratf ying' to know that the peopleGtiaetville set forth under the marine head. the name of cottage ......110. to a certain

I" are almost .. a unit In .I***.ed T ironub Hell Gate Yester
..'U B n If th.m.L \ day.' --I 1st-per. WeeJJjr. date an Ullnt.urcfa lOtJ..... whose' name.

ytotram of the exercise will be I* unknown but who* work I*
rIsteL.h..4 a. soon a* prepared. Suffice Dairy and Food Commission's Report. dl.ttngnlahabi'.tootled. moms marref.on R
M'") 'tf at this time the program pieces of work on verydark green

v'. '. a mOlt Interesting one. The Minnesota Dairy and Food Com. morocco, .
ml*.lon'. anal,..* .hows that Ken r

U" sr.Hy Boy Horn. nedy'. Laxative Honey and.'Tar and FO'1J: rt $1l.T=.INC3 L3 m.A.OEt 'w'3 1C

Th t'. B..'. Laxative honey and Tar coo CASTOR I nrrrwr.tsJckok&tonvlllo
ver.lty of Florida football
sow t.ined opiate and eroton oil. Opiates and ISoxv York
Fes retonted home from Save. per ra.inU: a&J CMlUrcn.Tba .
,,. .*,... on Monday they met thi are poisons and eroton o4l Is a violentpobnool Calling' at CHAHLKttTOK., O both way
Refuse to steeps Kind Yea liars Always B aught
a*1 XVhitu. team of lb. Forest parxatlve. The Finest 8loa_riUr* U Use Coa.twlio SelhtceClyde
and Tar la
rte R' "11 t.. IrlcUraa. toy bat Foley. honey a Bear* the New and Southern LineiPUOV1DKNOK
and England
"'tw yellow packai YI.y'e Honey a/-N
.J. 's'sadlng. that the boy sager,. 1idaatsre of
1f.n' Tar contains no oflat** or dangerous Yrright. Service ........ JACKH01'CYILLC..POWTOC' and
au*!' largey" to the fad I drag sod Is the best coo.b and cold --....-.-. and All K*"..... VolaU,
y *r entirely ooteU..ed a s J. W. McCollom A O.. Calllaar. at Charleston both way*.
**'!. ore. ..
e:Chi. they were a eheerfo I New rlase tee t .-mswa.
".1&4 tee i ------ It I* Maia .a ..> ***.r *f ttMr gtoat f3.JDb4.mEX."r: g.zssrrca l
SI.; by no mean. dlwoor Tb. Are ., n.rla ,...... SI' wise ) ,...! .* the *\l days, yet fio*>... wad. . ... . ... . .. . . . . From t wtVha rf. Ifamta.oetbtwaap. :
T* say a fta'DC w asks pewpra K I.M M M ........ eeiwsaw.a Is tl.s1 JI'"IIfIf' ...... .... .. .. . rrom Yont at (1.,...,.... .... J..ytJt

... Called mast W. uttered wttto tWt .....n.I .. shat Use rear ae seteseeM wee say har.. -
t. Arrcat th* V.he. ....... Clvdc St. Johns River Line
.. vdw1
.e. .. J. ,..... et a .v blesly j Err we geewee .wef.dl;r.-c sbea Ibea
1r.:2, NOT. .-Pmat tmIo wbirb i h"/dlre tie feet tat A.... ......*., p.s of tier present day.lyre fJ.c..n. Jwo.a/cKYtLLetc rtrxi t"'AHt'OH'' .
.. wee k4.4 _... .... end ...,. --1 ..... alt ....... ssnas/sies ebaev Stepgbgat ra"'*., .I.klf', hi.reoferdP4ms'd/.anal lstmna ........ Lead
..., 4_x tsyssd arreMer titttC about K) .".., ....... .... ........ IoM .* fca ... *..* *( **...... etas. art its. JoJkA hirer.sytuEit .
. t I.>* ., ttita Threes Jereea. teM ...... .. .
the bltef tbra be M ltesRR he ......... .... taw.
.. raS.....,... PWtee bags. tbkeg pew -twdy !'b>' Ise ........+f.nrA a. ..... .. .. t ..... .......
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AROUSED INDIQNAttONMwthods. r< U. D. C. Convention.

-- t., Mobile Ala N'ov 6.--The -convention -
of Peabody Cauaea Protest of the l'BIN i :d Daughters of the
:. .1'1" of Pollcyholdera. MOZLEY'SELIXIR." Confederacy will bf' held this j far: at fc lcft

New YOrk Nov o.-/Thtf" 'following l'Ef'tION' Clalfpurt Miss'\ \ iv 13-14 and an ) _' hoes What

: statement' was given out Sunday It not a stew and untried timed... elaborate program ,IK* been cotnpleted -
Blight l by Russell ityyati. )jsecrtary of lUfl blur< Itin n !i C rn>ury nttt,t 1r.a .
Its ; ndr-t ful c .' tuiif>i<.U(>,-
Mutual '
: Lire
a poleJihoJrile. a.eoeiaf ., who win be present are President
; d :1'' i? : I'" \x-rtir*. and rrv< t> ( 1T1 Other Stoves
f lion: ad..w. rtinl 'I Hun no """IU.| l x. a c"'Yt" .rmraJ Mr.. Lixzie George Headcr- ( :
S .. UMtl Bltk. Ju1y
t > n "The unwarranted method adopted it..n'. 2o>t..k.lJeadachc. uua .11 non. or Ureonwoori II.... ; Finn Vice .
ft b7 Preetdent Peabody and other offl- utbcl' ilU arising from a 11-ealdent 1.In. D. A. B. Vaught. of.

:ere of the Mutual Life la electlon- TORPID LIVER. New Orleans; Second Vice President FailtoiJo 4

Bring have not only .rouMd'the In* lUn. A. II. Voorhe. of Ban Francisco -
stHo --taW.. com.
Icnatlon and protest of polloyhotderthroughout a nouivd rlnic. It h.. r no harmful or enoMlJp'Cnt ; Recording Secretary Mrs Jno 4 O
t the country, but hare alo geniis' hut none tflcrt the*. !..JI'..thorerafflfcleaanina action i-* P. Hlckman of Naahvllle; Corre- LZk

stirred up the insurance departments ; the .tom.cb and bowel. apondlna Secretary Mlsa Annie Washington In almost every house there ia

of a number of fftatea, notably Kentucky of entire alt ianparitic ey.tem to.and tonlnar*altbv vpth cwi* Ha pier, of St. Louis; Treasurer a room that the heat from the
Michigan., Tennessee, Mlnna- ditlon-IrariDK th ea pemoa f_Hn/- Mrs. James Y. Leigh of Norfolk other'stoves or furnace fail to
:1, 'ota and MUaourl. rood. heoau.* *w T7 organ U wads reach. It may be a room on
; Custodian of the Crone of
Honor -
to performts pU perfcctty.ltL the "weather" side or one having no heat
: "At the request of the Mutual Ufe so,.& IAMnil. ILL....STIlILon. Mrs. 8. E. Gabbltt, of-.AUanta. ?connection. It may be a cold hallway. No mat-
.t !Xtollcyholdera association a number of Ila.a Cotrrtaccs." ter in what part of the bouse-whether room or

state Insurance pommladlonrrs: will hallway-it can soon be made snug and cozy with .
Was Sick.
:, ftooo. rneet .ljv New York to make a Always
.- thorough JjivcMIgation. of there matter When a man say be always was sick PERFECTIONOil

______ *. Th .charges agalnat the present troubled with a cough that lasted all
_ti management of the Mutual by )Ir. "Black Hand" Ur_-. Dynamite winter-what would you think If be

Calvin Tomklna vice preaident of New York. Nov. C.-.T'osuccessful should say he never was sick ainee Heater

the Mutual Life pollcyholdera association in their alleged" attempts to blackmail using' Ballard's Horehound Syrup;

and filed with the Mutual on Francisco Moaetna. a prosperous Bach a man exists Mr. J. O. Clark (Equipped ",lib' Smokeless Device)

Oct. 10, IBM. which charges Mr.I'oebody tailor of Brooklyn, member of the Denver Colorado, writes" Fo/ years Unlike ordinary oil heaters the Perfection give satisfaction.!
haa declined to Investigatewill so-called "Clack Hand" society. co always. First and foremost it la absolutely! safe-you curare
I was troubled with a aer.recouab turn the wick too high or too low. Gives intense heat
the 'itho'
probably form tho basis for tbla pollee nay, hurled a dynamite
that would last all wiuter. smoke or smell because equipped with smokeless device.
S Investigation_ bomb against the front door of the This cough left. me In a Canto be easily carried from room to room. A a casv.
"In a letter addressed to the member tenement house In which he lives andconducta miserable condition. I operate as a lamp. Ornamental. well as useful.
tried Ballard'sIJorehouud
*; of the executive committe Mr. his business> and caused a Made in two finishes-nickel and japan. Brass oil fount
JKlan says. there la irtlll hope for action damage of n.oou to the building and Syrup and hare not had a beautifully emboeed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and burns 9
surrounding proper-. sick day since. That's what It did for hours. There'areahatls.lactlon >'etfectiouOtllleater,
against Messrs. Scores of
Peabody, Ilog- persons
me.,' Sold by. W. M. Johnson. livery beater warranted. If not at your dealer'a write our
era and others, aa a result of what, felt the shock of the explosion nearest agency for descriptive: circular.
>lr.. Fish declare to be a conspiracy. but no one was Injured. Following' lIIakH
Tfce JK X2 the. Ioo".bn..llt.
Thl closely. a half dozen Killed Wife and Himself. / Lam
case was placed before DlatrlctAttorney similar outrage 'm o
Trenton. N. J. Nor. .at for all.-.4 tw..ehoidas.
In the
Jerome Oct. 18. name neighborhood this attack
on .. Gl e.a dear.te djr
has spread terror Weldon aged &8, Sunday hot bla i. Utc.t
among the poorerItalians. wife )Mary and then sent a bullet Improvedlnrtser. Mad of*><... t7sroashont i ttadIct plated.
Sunday night detective arrested Kverr lagp wamolcd. Callable for
No Case of Pneumonia on Record. library diningroont..
r three men who described themselves Into his own bead. It la thought parlor or bcdroon. If mot at y mr dealer'a writ*to.e' re.t.rcjr.
We do not know of a single Instance a. Prank and Antonio Passamlnate both will die. Weldon'a daughterwas STANDARD OIL CO Mr ANY. lae&rpow.led,

where a cough or cold resulted in and Ilaldaalno Panalfe. recently murdered by ber husband

pneumnntaoroonsumptlon when Fol. and brooding over this trouble la supposed -

,.,'. Honey and Tar had been taken.It Made Happy For Life. to have unbalanced hi. mind

cores coughs and cold perfectly'
so do not take chances with' some unknown *. Great happiness came Into the home 1... M. OVAHAM President II. E. TATLoa, Ca|

preparation' which' mat containopiates o( 8. G. Blair, school superintendentat SOFTNESS... OF SEALSKIN. Uao. W. 1In>>.. Vtoe-Prealdens Las GaAUAM. Ast. Cat!

S,. Albans. W. Va., when his little -
which cause consumption, a
daughter was restored from the dread Im III ruled by ll mn. hair Where '
condition that retards recovery horn a THE FIRST NATIONAL BA
cold. Ask for Fole,'. Honey. and Tar fal complaint( he name, He say r namdrmll lit I7radleet.d.

andrtfuteany. substitute offered. J.tiV. "My little daughter had St. Vitas' BeaUkln is admired the world over for

MoOollum & Co. dance, which yielded to no treatment Its aoftnece and closalneaa;. and yet the OB: QA.TTSHESS v ,1...i ..X/E-
human hair la equally aa soft and glossy '
hut grew steadily worse, until) as a
when healthy; and the radial cause of all:
Beaten last r .on.. tried Electric' Bitters, hair trouble .U dandruff which !. caused ONLY NATIONAL BANK ALACHC,
by Negroee.
and I rejoice to say, three bottles effected br a pestiferous parasite that sapa the
Frankfurt K,. Nov. .--JoeFIgg, a complete cure,'* Quick, sure vitality of the hair" at Its root Newbro'a CapitaU . . . .... . . _ _ $60,000 oo
aged 45. a transfer m.n. was knocked Ilerplcld la the only preparation that la
down by negro footpads on Bteeleatreet core for nervous complaints' iraoeral fatal to the dandruff verm. Without dandruff Surplus and Undivided Profita. . 30,000 00
debility female weaknesses Impov there U no ratline hair but
The struck him a HIT-
negroes on
urlant fcrowth Doee eEUMtvely a basking b1Ull.D.*..with taeOltJca equal W> any bank la tb. 8\a'
erlshed of
blood and
malaria. gtoiay. eoft hair la
the brad with a alungahot. Flgg Ouaranteml certain \a.e.. KwnMof Vannvr".rehaN.Corporation ewa. lateness allowed
rave an outcry frightening aWay his by all drag .tore.. Price' COo. druid. fjeottrlnar Kill the the dandruff scalp won't. cure dan wT apeetal arraKT, ...*.. AU b..._ rap..etd promptly
a rm. Thousands
a aa Atlanta1, who were.bent on robbery.lie of .women owe their beautiful suit
had 950< on hla person. There l la Financier' Joins Labor Union* of hair to Newbnk'a Herptctda. Sold b,.
talk of mob violence If the negroes New York. Nov. C.-Jacob II. leading drulsts.. Send 100."n stara.*- X ebabliash.'cL 1878
are captured. FchlfT: Hun day became a member of th to The fferptcld Co., Detroit MVh.'

--- Journeymen Htmi Mason and Setters' J. M. ItoJIford A c.., Special Aeca" ,:EF
United States Apple Crop. ""!nD. >'.o. 81. or Greater New York. D-crTTO & 0
New York. Nov 6, Theapple crop 'I..e financier took a pledge not to - --- ----

'1tbe United State has Juet been work for I less than. go cents an hour
+, ;a estimated to bet bushels. and<< never to have anything to do The Puhlislier'sClaims :BLbTJEcEsa..Do

This la 13.CSS.000 barrel more than with a non-union job. He was Initiated

? ., the Iv05 crop The estimated crop by William J. Skinner business -

in N.W''ork state la 4.000.000 barrel agent of the union and then he Sustained a aaral bnnklaa1 b..ta..*.II.r aIMS sell rorlaa sad Doe eeite grebaas.,

*, or 1.OOO.OOO barrels larger than got his card The formality of making resolved The *
In any other stale.Fought Mr. SchlfT a union workman waaneceaeary UNITED STATE COURT or CLAIM %.***Mbl* >olatala,K* UnlMHt IlaaMa.cJ..A .

before be could lay the. (cor TIle ruNJoaIwn> Webn.r'a I.t-.t....'
for a"lIIe. iterator of the new aJu&oIIof the ::ter v-ed: hlj;; lm..fdtt a; '" SV..r.Fl LOFT

Ind Nov. 0.-In a Mral Hungarian congregation of ,'"1&1.......setty.nrh.M..tlnever ,..rte.wltbMl rrrrt. .. .. .. .. .
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vcuffle over the possession of a rifle Ohob Z"dek.Thee.. he "'1t '.Un_", ,__ 'h ht"r -- -- -
Dolph Varao..U. aged 44 year, was :: '.m'*rWe 'rwqw.-a"C4IWU'MI'anwn..

shot through the thigh b/ a playmate are of the opinion that thi a."e at.on
'a No U... awl chmrly anus .eeurtety d .crtti ., th
Kmmona Close aged 13 year Va- work tat baa lawn a4tru.|.(MMX! ana tin JA( 50nYIlLt (AUUlV At nov. j 10
nanwtftll ..?a lh" shot watt flred whets Talking you ean'l bat Herbloe for .-u",...,..........-d_&' lie. lisetk.oary. =
a.t sot.tsat. fc*. hula tburouahljr .eMO .
&" refused to let go of the rifle. the liver. The greatest regulator ever 11(.1 In ever dctt..&.has ln ......nlC.1"' In -- - -- .. ..
offered to suffering humanity.. If you ever ; >lU..1ialrta. >ly... split tel niece -- -- -.
.. tM Ia prtso ..
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-* rrr ua nta of a
suffer from liver complaint If you are m ; :d<- &..r.I: re oIbitt ,.+p.dar ,
'ui .
1Ia..u. ttun ar'--u..
bilious and fretful "', your liver, and tb.vrur.........C'.Q..L
Il.rt>lne -11I1'0& It In Its proper eon- 1& I* I..-HMIM i n tn slue U te'ttbtMirr In our JmlKlAl work .ref
dltlon. A positive ear for eoo.tipa- the b4Ha t Mtborttr In .rouroeyet d.ae4.

lion blllou. ...., dyspepsia, and all Ills tiiMtl*be ami UM thk*uurv la*of K*ooeecant futuWU\: : : AIR LINe RAILWAY

; due to a torpid 11...,. Try a bottle aDd ,.......aurs: c..
you will never use anything el.e.! Sold sell t 'e.t W .Po". Announce a rate of ONE FAnE plot 23e.nts to Jaek.onvi'l+ .. an. r*
r by W M Johnson.Herrer ff.YO>+ 1w hueta for the public and one cent per mile fur military companies and bras bRate. -
.1j.,.... apply from alt Arney tfiatlona on Seaboard la Florida D te tNovemberbtlaad9
4 lit..8.s.ter/ses5 Jr'T.lJ.U'Ep". ; flaal. limit, all tleketa. November It* 19C4, Lar
tr Caused
by a Leo. Rail.AtUnllc ..... Ie etAKrntJA8.

('It) N. J. Nov, 8.-. INTeRNATIONAL DICTIONARY _! :--: :,"_'::._. ._. .- I __ _"

Coroner Caakltt anounced Hunday THE GRAND PRIZE F. TAYLOR 8. O. BOYLSTOK. Ja

night' that eiperta ao,bis employ bad :fth.hlshaN.wurdltw: a*tow 5.the late-*. Tra.f ellng Pastenger Agent Aas't Oen'l Pass Apce
decided bat a loo Tampa PJa. Ja.kcatOHARLKd ;s.
accident on the I'weaeftvaala railroad .
, at the "TB JT04 ghfar draw bridge oolaal GET THE LATEST AND lEST II. RYAN. EDWARD F. COiTPORTSMOUTH.

All careful Hunday. in which more than I' y.wtft N,."....,..d..ewe G........ r.....<<.,. A..... tt.eo..s Vt.o-,;- -: .
",", persons toss their U.... There men ..--................,..... VA.ATLANTIC .
omen U3C bad been at work eiamlftlog the --....
0.&C.M EnRIAM co.. -- -
t bridle and oars all day.\ Tae detailsof I
YeasMN... --- ItlBi t
w Ibe4r discovery. were not made p.tbJle SPffeNOFiILD. ....... I _

; Tbe ttHi et win be ceauIess.N|. .
.... .
and grapnlera. who did rork fatted U COAST

U'omsll vrhoauff- r from f*- r ttnd. tbe body of u.. mining ..,.. Jo- DAY CURE" le-t: : =""c-f-. :.- -,... .5.----= .:
eeF5 h""AC"h ar'ti all lit.M. .-pb Macelrwy.There.
4M due toatortutt bYt'r, ..houUlH PILES
till tI..arat.nMbat4 caJMIIRIMNH tea 4
untel..,. olh.-r '*,"".... ( No Reason ..... ....s.a.e.
.vew.a .sew..
QUICKUV Cl'RIiSUUo Why year baby she.Ui b>*> thin. aa4trvtfat --..-.-se.s a THROUGHSERVICE.

,;-. -..t1I>>'spepata. \aJ.uu tb. cao*. or tats. sitklr k Me.. It Isnatural ___ -

oat alt Uver Gomptainta. laat a healthy baby ttu -U be !
)I.... <.. J). l-hUk.+ Ma"'hk fat and sleep welL If baby doee GOOD BREAD
.t 1tin.l( Her .
tine tits hdut Iitw..IrrvYu .. KM retala It. '""' do.*1 experfaaeal ...
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ev' I' u-t.t.. II h........ easy t.- with eHa ntH sad other aade.a.. AIDS DiGESTION
1nil" ami tnT, .*lf ai .rutty ,..tsoy but try a bottle .fV...,.*.. Craw '
nl., I r,r uum..Hl It \U '. OHAJtOE (except wkst yea War with the. Ajrevt) Mz' :)
steel will .... ... .
ftiurta." ".If.ce. yea year A" be.s.__ ens......... ell ..... .....
\M.b, ..". a.l.e and laatk a. Ii......... rs err ..... .s Meei. M JTACKSOXVIULK, OCA LA sad OALtZSVII.UC
-.rtat 3A.: Nwai. Muses,.
field bf w ,..Johaecs
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; Ballard Snow Unfment Co. irs Yey 8WN F4ULTU
'; 'I' ............ Pasts Oaea
a sn LOUIS, ?o. O :r. I [atoms,.. may be ebtala. ** frogs
TV aboar4 Air Ua .....,.. kt. t.JLaesb... s5ea.*+.!.. .......
fl yittor Bare HetwTaaapa .... N'bld..a.. M)_ was.I w ta,. due

e. trala le>avla VTahie that wm 4rv4 pr.Aar. aeKCY5TONB J. A. GOODWIN Ticket J"gl'D!.
Sold and Rrco.umenldec: b RA
I I LtRY.1"b. with UM ecataar bats ...... ,
tT'. .. "ott.'CZfQ. 4M1.cettik.t . UauiMTtUe. .. 1&. .. T.M'D.1'Dt. .......

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-1 NOVEMBER 7, too 5

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}h: .. -- Wednesday pent the opening day
{ 1 Below will be* found of the great .Florida! State Fair 'a.'

,; pmae t+t'"'J1l.n""j: apportionment of the one-mill tax by Tampa, and theday will be the moat .tR6ad tt" '
,,iN,,, ':,p,rq-sassy._cpl.U ria.\er. 'j ... Ilt n.1V.. M. Hollowsy,. State Saperin.teodcnt brilliant and memorial one In tho history
a PuWtafcer: .i of Pub11e.Iostructiod; f$2.... of the Paradise of Flowers. The "NUiaAc1K"
r-J'- ., ixHuwend:
LI. *. **-iiiY '+ ----- 60JI.7H Is the arn'oubt apportionedwhtoh hospitable cittsens of the Gateway of

)tv1'Ig _...... ...."""IUp t&M. I.h largest semi-annual' apportionment the Gulf have already made tfreparatlona -

I-,. :r- Booma.i of tHe one-mill tat, In for the earn and entertainment Loddcd Black ':Powder Shells !
the history of public schools in this of thousands of Floridians and visitors 1 ,

saxrl3lz ato414 State. from other States the latter of whom
one&' 7ut.srnoxa4yer. This amount of money la apportiotivd will come to Tampa by trainloads and Shoot Strong and Evenly
*t !' on the basis of the at. visit all seetiona of the State '
,' ... :I. ;.mMUbetl >rriacningez- average In search ,ll Arc Sure Fire,
.tJI4JI.rS d. ,ITCr<:*bY carrier in the city or tendance of the State which is 88832. ,- of permanent homea Never before ,
0b;pert of thc.tatttd States. postage the sane being the largest aver has such anjkdvertiatngcampalgn been 'will Stand Reloading.ThcyfVAI .
() as mon':" ; ,..ItS three attendance for several p
brbai"'r l ape any year by conducted in behalf of Florida that 1
n SO cents f; 6Ye weeks-etrietty thousand. The average' attendance for which has just been brought;: to a close J ,; Jt >vayd Get The G me. ,'

--- the last lebo I..tic'( year sbowa an in.crease by the Fair Association and railroad",
.column I.cents.tine the preceding bf and -
cN ialoc year letters received indteate that the V
For Sale Everywhere.
nrdy.,aD.1 ;cents foce.chaddittooalRbrCi.pJ1 nearly six per e.-nt. ThI* I* Indeed a attendance of homeseekera will be lmmenre. > l ., tp ,

4eettising made known on fine allowing, and speaks well. for: the The rates given; by the r.iI.

educational system of Florida. roads from all aeettona are the lowest

*. Amount for apportionment, $8.1.. on record. -
-Wcek Sun is an eight-page, forty The opening day. will be known as
602.14.Rate per pupil 02j.
l p.per, contains pubii.hed ell wy the >news Ioml of y and they CODNTIKS. Av. ATTKNDANCB'Alaehua AM'T. "Press Day." In honor of the editors ABSTRACT p ; & &
1. Stilt and jcenr l. and will be . . . . . . 4.371 4.021. 32 I Florida and a feature of the day will
fr *. to any rrt of the United be the annual banquet at the Tampa
pnje Baker . . . . . . . 727 668 84
K Poch,for sl.oo a year-tn Bradford . . . . :... 1.909 1.756l8 Bay.Hotel In their' honor. This ban. (X .. :; \

i.iag blUe beCOme doe after tint reward . . . . e. .. 680 625 60 quet will also be attended by State E. E. VOYLE MGR."I"I
I d advertircment, unless otherwise Calhoun . . . . ;\ . 784 721 28 officials, members of the Legislatureand
_contract r*rtle not known to us other prominent visitor. Governor Abstracts of Title and fall Information furnished regarding lands In U&t''
Citrus. . . . . .:. 693 637 b6
to Ilk advertising la lid- : .1 the eonnty. Oar manager has lived In thin eountr thirty years andla b"
kt"Plnd, pat TUft DAILY BUN Clay . .. . . . .. .... 745 683 40 Broward promptly at noon thoroughly conversant with laud title' *. ;.
hour will open the Fair gates, and ad (
OatbaayUtra, FXJUJvillb Oolumbla.2r04; 2,34368 ) ,

Dade . . . . . .4 . 1,483 w1,364 36 dresses will be made by other promt I.

=: --II several day before the re.ilhltI'D DrBoto . :. . . :. 2,145 1.973 40Boyd. nont statesmen.will be The unrivaled parade In their and IE. :B. "V"O. 2TX.E1,

regarding the Conatitu.amendments .. . . . . .. .. v-S 6,805 6,423 40 opening day '
i brilliancy. Every department" will be NT UUIUlLAlfV AN1 INDEMNITY IN8URAKOK. genre.
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I voted upon yeater.T E-oambla . ... 3,772 8,470; 24
in absolute readiness at the opening sensing number of prominent American and English companies ,
Franklin . . . . .. . 678 623 16 REAL ESTATE AND OITY LOAK8. a
and the Fair 'will to aa
Gadsden . . . .. . 2.S89 2.657 88 hour appear q
good advantage aaon .healo.lnR day. Ga.l.D.os-v-t.L.o t v .IJ'1.or=td..a
.' niii that matrimony takee Hamilton, . . .. .. 1.BIOHernando 1.389 26
New baildinga.and; other notable Improvements ._ .. .
irpeople up on high moontalna.rtley . . . **. 6lHillaboroogh 469 20
frequently get"eaught in' ..''r.'..v., I t? 6,66 C.175 02 dollars have, been upon" which expended thousands, will be of PERRY M. COLSOH! Pres. J. W. BLA5DIKC. Ylcc-Fres. B. R. COLSON, See.-TnuJj;!

elides. Holmes. . .". ....,. 1,311 1.206 12
attended the
apparent to those who
It # Japkaon . . .. . . 0" 4,730 4,351 60
been crooked work dl..cS Jefferson . .. . . . . 2.000 2,723 20 year. ,
fttrthu The Florida State Fair owing to the -
. . ... 777 714 84
LaFayette .
l .0.
*."f din the Havana custom house. great success achieved last year, has
|hill probably be found that the en. Late,0: . .. .. fcf,,.". . 1.348 1,238 32 become famous aa the greatest fair ABSTRACT COMPANY"The

tCubiD government It crooked.' Lee . ,* ... ... 4.;,.a1' . 680 641 88 held by a single State anywhere In the .

f' _Y__. Leon 1 .>. H.'... . 3,73d 8,431 60 country., n fact In which every public ...
Levy . . . 1.300 1,196 00 take
iBalration Army late saya that theelh.p.r. Liberty.... .. ..:' .. . . 08407 86 plritvd Floridian should In pride.the : D'lEL.

|.! are the most generous Madison . . . . ., . 2,859 2.63O 28 Every man woman and. child .
State should attend. They are assured
|- Hard knock for the'preaeheraI Manatee . . . . . . 1.421.3U 00 "The Title la the First Consideration'we
I the best of accommodations at
practice what they preach.Ir.J Marion. . . . . . . 4,761 4,880 12 I do an exclusive Abstract business with facilities for Imparting FULL
low rates __ __________
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Monroe . . . . .. . . 1,083 996 86 INFORMATION concerning the Title to any and all lands In Alaobua Oouuty '"

P. Morgan has bought an old Nassau . . .. . . . . 1,265 1.163 80 A Cleveland girl wants ta enlist In ALL IIUHIM'.SS' TIlANHACTKl' ) TROMITLY. '

Ife-laited, Bible valued at f25,000lei'tai Orange ... . .. ... . 2,192 2.01664 the navy. Most girls are willing, bow- --- .

raid $..'))00 duty on It. but the O.ceola. . .. . .. ... . 827 700 84 over, to Join she navy by marriage 82Tb23L2H::Ih1D 1000.

laucti ire that he will never read it.IIrkvood Pasco . . . . . . .. . 863 793 06 r,

Polk . .. . . .. ..,v.. 2,766 2.544 72 i H.F.DUTTON&CO.Sea .
Mo.,h.. passed an ordl Putnam . . . . ... .. 1,644 1.612 48 : .

am making It a misdemeanor' to St. Johns. . . . . . . 1,308 1.203 86 I BAD BLOOD
ftfii li within the town limits. NoIi1ital St. Lnele . .. . .. ... 475 437 00 --DBALBna IN---

rallies Santa Rosa .; . .*.. 1,757 1,616 44
are held (.n Kirk. I ... _... ........ Isletc..d OottOD. ",
. .. .'. . . . G91'12 'f Iro.kl. IIh IIU'P. w41t1.. n.a. !!! _
hwe. lomter 1,081 Dtn .- .... r... -.. ......... ..".. >
Suwannee . . .. . . 2. 88 2.380 94,, c ..t.r.d w.. Mr..j.:;.wt.e"l-.l....

Iu&ot Domont says that the probe I Taylor . . . ..,. . *, 894 822 48 :Irpl......7'-:fl.\::. .h..,.N-rt...,. ,N.......r. s ass., Sea lfllnntJ} Cotton Seed Bugging and Twlno.Licathor Walrui

islsl been solved and aeroplane Voluala . . . .% . ...2.167 1,98444 .rived: ........,1.11.54 e..a r.l..rk..,. 1'11 C" ",II.Y. in Strips' or SldcH.

*B ba cheaper than automobiles.. Wakulla . . . . .. . 743 683 66

Wh.Ieare, o. to worry about how Walton . . . . . . 1.819 1.67348 beat Fovcrlsl.v
**s helper. Washington . . . . . 2.153 1.980 76 Manufacturers of the JiinieH Doig Improved Euglilt/

Total Sea Inland Cotton Gin, and SuppHcfl for Snmo.

J.. M Patterson, the wealthy Chi. Total amount for apportion 88 832 $81.725 44 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, USA ;,

*n.*ialUt.h.%* I'ar.d.n, pa- tTwatncN. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. . ._ '
meet . . . . . . .-......$82,60214 --- u -- - --- -- - -- ''''' - f
I"la all probability he will find
w II effective Balanee In fund not apportioned We Are flaklnr a Special Leader of .
bti.s means for the Istrl- . . . . . to , $ 876 70
of his wealth.tlsnard's .

."'-.r.trme Waal!'::': z."::.:n-e J'" CENTURY RYE:
Oonld i... .. ...;4 u :
George J. aja that a transcontinental .ar 15 TM CI.' tablN.r.
"l.#er nights" .wilt be ii'..._..... N NN aw r --r.... ..
... a. railroad of the United seeds.[ R....+r C...Chteca ee N.Y. .*.
Qt. hereafter, but States Is arsurrd. Meanwhile how. ANNUAL SALE TEll MILLION BDXES For Family and Medicinal' use, and we guarantee this whiskey to
.4sab.r.e3lored.. field wilt still now ever Mr. Harriman by his acquisition be t equal any |2.6O whiskey Oil the marfcvt.

"Ja.bf0-, This will no doubt of an Increased" Interest In the flattl
ftO. p ople who are not hard to A Ohio also to b rt>aeh '
WL. more appears :Price $2.00 Per GralloixKiprr
lag out for a trans>eontln ntal system "GRINDLaxative .

A'1'r.gct tbo. Toledo Ice trust A short time ago one of. the trading .. trrt a4! and Jug ruralshrd. r.....
asttatf railroad men of the eouqtr-not Mr.
2n t'sir wsy to the work. All of par Llqoore are guaranteed to .sa.tir.omoly. with lit. NNW
.. 3oold-declared that In twenty years
,, :: And the Standard Oil rbllK FOOD LAW; Bn4 far Iile Lt.'.
.c....sffre!! ..-vely realise that To. !I the whole railroad situation In the Syrup
kit I country would be radically changedand
'"' that
>*:u, flr" mil. from thai the situation then would be a P.a..nt. to take)

Few sjatems reaching from the Atl.... The new laxative. Doca JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.
. k the Paelfl If this takes place .
1 :'a million tie to ,
eoating/ a dollars not gripe or n n u a ea t .
1":1": re....Iebli.h It wilt be revolutionary Indeed, for It Drpt. O. '
order in Cuba. Cures stomach and liver
of the beet
baa been the judgment
Wf y.i'c':*, thai the Job wiT hare railroad experience that the publie troubics a'd chronic con- Long DUttnco Phono 345. Jacksonville, fra,'''.

in 13 months, accord. and the atoekholder could beet b* tipation by restoring the .. -, .-, . - .. . .. .. ..--- ..-... .-. .... .....
i nr* .h*... of tb. Cuban .
........Nf. served by slaking the river natural HC tonof the atom ,....iaa..r...., bird"., ':....-"s, ,,," "

' I the great dividing line of the railroad send bnw )*.. .
... I -ch, liver >
!3 vsoia railroedha. de- systems of that evuntry Thla. for In* Fer ft by J. IT. VcC..llaas A C.. J
+ 4 ;, .. actors stance. has been an po more Insured
. :t I Railroad wbieU You Are
P.nn.ylvaole .
a Tlj of the
, k.ra: r* n yt.anla moat t kEl1AHGWCML .
'l 'r has tilDe far per.l.lenlty rvfeeed to r JSiS*
stress It would like to .. . .. .
a. sr .iai i>i J i -- < /
. 1 ":. "with eater Into aay flan of *sts>dlc iresystem ..t......% T "*." -w ... .. ,,,M %" 1-
.. no way of get.t _.. . thai .ea.lbiw. Have r.t... Oorr. "lyWritUn ,
c.* j beyond the MUsUalppl.' ..iii, iv irv T.r carers IM a (Cowipeaiy M Ki a ''
L.w..grw p.. .,+.. .. a wM1a'sets Will* UWraHif of f.01..y Cw.tract a""4 the Compsay %" '',
::_: ,: :::-==:= mt es a ,..._.r... r.J' Law.. I'retupUjr Ihf
'-" .... ,. ... "
usr .y. .e5 t..rt.
"V .d..IJoo that the .. Ho.1..1..,
J *.. eolt01D boose oft r w+-. ...w .. a..
: >> ".ad.s. dollars reward .
. i * be .f marble Instead We .rCPII. . n. .r1..r You Are Assured :
. i for say ease of .....thatraaaot be a d. b..4 M f :,
W4 ISjOOO/JOO la tbe llatt'a Catarrh 0...
aored by '
j 4.... :- t ..?.trr+. sad ought to beD F. J. Ca-orarr Go.. Twledo. O. i 8c) Thai no e.r.... to4 ..s> *i>*r oto. rots wllur. y." bare ..m. ,

evwsst. w. the ...chnt&1""d have EMM** V ,.,..... ,

I' for the hat 1*,"-.. and aIJ. -. PATENTSGASNDW

t c.' r..... was I.. mesa ... ... hiss |+.rt.eeiy l> a>er M. Im all ,

ha-, ', 1"1a.. led tasaas Ie town k.l.... 1raa.aetl.ns ad /Las.lalyabyss : 's"'e.s r Fire Life Accident and health I
..,ssk w an.b4taa.lla,.......... 10 10 tarry sot ay .Mi.ataM. elseyet 0aa evetn.e 2 I
j was se 1Op- A M.ayrs. .a..a .
Xnnus e00wve.t.
M 'She hi. lna4.-W Asrdtso. w at'
desired 10 snake ..yi..11a..+1 ft. bet .t.e
,i\-.t\ yIl a'k shoot Ut. "boy.4. .-- WIIoa..1.e. Dnut. T.a.4. 0, .ml assw..a
\ ,,1 :.A.. II."'. Catarrh C.'. la talon l..*,..I M. t r 4kkd+ .A Ano.s(a-

a. .. .a&aC..r frt.a4. of OoL .ally.atttfacdimrtlyad a.... Ike bI.od .,&sae. sl..a... arse was..rise.t. .) .
1.' ..a 1. s.!sq e saat! .Ske4 ....-. ..rfa... ef tkm .,....... A. M. C"'USH2IltAN, :J"

..'4 A e::: -a 1M..h...said. sort ill.'tt Tei.a.oeU3e sees f re*. Pre.. n. per.1' ) ta..... *.V-rfaHy farJa*..|, J.U1fEmLLJ. yt.ogyDA \ ,}I"
\ 'l .t4 be w w... e..ct". !!{sold try afl drsgd.4. ,

.fa: as W. w.ttbyM Take U.u-. really 1"\11.1 tar. eeeas. sir....eP,. ...h4'
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:I financial Statement of the Board of i Jacksonville C..rnival. Nov'6th to lOth

Public Instruction, Alachua County On account of.the above' rotation the flORIDA STATf rAinT414
E..A. :s
i Florida, for the Month End Atlantic Coat Line will tell tickets S C) ..A

'ing October 2. IOQG from all point (n Florida to Jaekton- .
4 -- ----
Hon. 8. H. Wlenge, Clerk Circuit ville and return at rate of one tint Ail Line Railway
t Court. Alacbua County, Fla. clas fare plus 25 cent for the round /
trip. There tickets will be on ale >
Sir: In compliance with Section 2.
Nor.5th to Oth inclusive and for traios .
Chapter4882Low.nfFlorldaweher. . ..FOR. . .
scheduled to arrive in Jacksonville .
by fU i with, you the following' itemized.statementof
before noon of Nov. lOih. Final limit -- ---- '/
received and
money of these tickets good leaving Jackson .
I,:;' expended and warrant issued during Savannah. Columbia Camden So
vllle not later than midnight "Nov ,
the month ending October 2,1P06

Tr.u,....'* Report, 11th.The Carnival at Jacksonville I this Air Line Railway Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Was]

!a 'Wept. 80, Ui lar ee In fund *.vf25! tS year will be complete la every featnre .
He'd or \V..D. Dicklnonn, col. .' J81 63 and everyone who can possibly do so Announces A ratajuf ington Baltimore Philadelphia
He'd of W. D. Dickicsou ..p'1It -
should take advantage of this .
4709 opportunlty . .ONE FARE. . .
a dilofwV.. D.Dickinroo, to visit Jacksonville, the Me New York

sales to Iud . . 31477 tropolls of the State. Ifu 25 cent, plot 50 cents, one .
Beo'd of W. D. Dickinsoo, 8* Fulf Information, Pullman reterva . Coupon T.mpa and return

mill. . . . . . . . . . . .. 06 92 tlons. etc., can be had from the Allan- for for the Military public and Companies one cent and per Bras mile

Bec'd of W. D. Dickinson tic Coast Line agentt. Bands. Rates from all .
polls. 1006. t. . . . . . . .. 12 00 : -. Btatlona on Seaboard apply in Florida.Agency Two Elegant Trains Daily.

$5$1799 DATES OF HALE From point

Less warrant surrendered. . 1 435 38 Stanton Foundry &, Machine North and West of Gainesville and Archer Seaboard
(I Including those point). November Express.

Balance . . . . . . . .. .$438281 18. IB, 17. 20. 22, 24, 27 and 29, 16O6
CO. Inc. and from puta... Booth, November 14th \
t.*| WARRANTS ISSUED. and daily, except Saturday and Bun Seaboard
White Teacher PAUATKA.I -:- FLORIDA. day, op to and including train do. to Mail.
arrive' Tampa morning Nor. 2 hh.
Rochelle No. 3, J. II. Owens $S5. An. Mantifaetarers of- Final return limit all tickets, NOT.
.Ie Martin $35 j Cow Greek No. CS, Olra 80th, 1908. '
Thomas $80( Island Grove No. 18. !. F. Iron and Buss Castles and Machinery. For further Information call on your '.

ogle $35.70 Hlldegarde Mann $22.75.; Grate Bars, Phosphate Castings Ticket Traveling Agent Pa or*. Agent write ,JAB.Tampa.F. TATLOR Jo'I..1, .1' MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPM[

Cannon No. 85, Mabel Hall, Railroad and Hill Castings.and B. O. BovLarow, JR., A't On'I Pa..
tram No. 63, R. L. Walker 135: j Waea- Agent Jacksonville. Fla ; CHABLBS

hoots No. 71. ,V. F. King $35} Wide- Repairs. RTAK. ()eo'l Pa... Agent, or DWAKO
ford No. Hague F. COST 2nd Vlee-Presldent Porlmoiith .- Only Line Operating
88. Mary $351 Tyler OABer lC'V'ma"r D.A."% Vs.bQk3ZN l .

>Ko. M, Annie Onynn $30. Our tDMhloe*hnpf*.,Qltl.. *_oiMi to none
Colored Teacher 'I ta tee ''',.te. bKNO reo VOUK OUDKUH. Dally Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New
: EtJ8 t7A.PDEiDaD :
No. 5. J. B. Wilson $?B| No. 25, Wll '- .

Ham Madison $25} No 20. H. E. Blrn. For full Information aodle.per reservations call on any agent E<

mon $201 No. 27. W. G. Pane $231 No. Southern! Railway GORDON n. TISOX.DENTIST.. write S. O. BOYLSTON. .7.., Assistant. General Passenger A

88, A. A. Mulberry $26 a No. 36, W. A. ,. :JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

Rochelle $23& No. 37. E. L. Bagley $20; Hound TripEXCURSION .

No. 41, Frankle Glenn $20.Sundries. .....

RATESFrom {t Offle.O.& Miller Law Kxcbtcurel irta.DR. Take The Atlantic Coast Li

J. L. Kelley, salary $100, J. L. Kel- JachsonTlIle ,

l.y. of ic. $$15.20 H. II. McOreary,

$71 Peninsula Printing Oo $20; T. F. JOINTS EAST

MoBeath. $ $40j J. K.Kddln Wrlfht ManufacturingCo. Gainesville I4.7O- Ban Francisco and Los An- DENTIST r- N orth.t-East Dap*LSootMi&0. W
$1268 $20j gales, Cl.; one way (second -.- : : USt J
Planing and Ooffln Co.. $17.07 ..
s olsat), on ale dally uutll Oct. Over Dvuoa*Co' B.k. o.s."Yt' kw> o. y
a Baird Hardware Co., ftO.olf AV. H.
81st. Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
$20 88
89.40 Hot Spring. Ark., on ale dally Dn. ROBT. dT: : BOWERS,

Recapitulation. I ( limit ninety day*. .
White teachers. . . . . . . .$ 843 CO 'Ol. & City of Meiloo and fjptarns Time Table In effect July 29. 1808.
Negro teachers. . .. ...... . 1R5 00SuDdrl. DENTIST .I
.... . . . . . . . .. . 821 71 ticket on sale Nov. 22 fo. 28, Depart For GAINESVILLE Arr1C't sixty day. Offlee In Miller Law Exchange.

Total. . . . . .. . . . .?850 24 .18.2& Nashville.Teun., and return j 8x60pm High Springs and Inter........
' OT ticket_ on sale Nov. 10 and 11 f Oradoate University of PennsylvaniQR. .. Daily :x L un mediate Points I p.
; SPECIAL DI WARR' limit Xov. 18.
1 zOO pm Ocala lAeabura and Tampa and 2
Bupplementa. I9.2S Augusta Oa., and return t tickets \
Dally Intermediate Polnu8OOpm
on sale Ojt. 27,28 and 29\ DmVEHE B.: MORRIS
Rochelle No. 8. J. II. Owens $00. An.
limit Nov. IB. 1000. Jacksonville.
ale Martin $10 Island prove No. 18,
,iXUi Columbia, 8. O.. and Daily North East and West
J. F. Ogle tI5.23J Wllleford No. 88, . . . .
)'ulhl/ue,16.:/ tickets on ale Nov. 4 and 5| 11:00.m Ugh! IpriDp f 'V.JCI"ON. Savannah Brunswick i
r limit Nov. 9. leorj
Daily Albany. A'I.a'a..U Polnu North East West I
Sundries.A. .
For Information r..utlllr.t*. to Oflee ever"a,..*&ad..'". pbo.eT runr* .

),. Ou.h.n.o. Arredondd. $1111Ilslrd other point apply to r K )McOalt G. 8.16
Hartware, Co.. Fairbanks, $2.'. I', and T. A t Jam. Freeman D. P. pm' Rochelle. UeuCJp sad O'tra

8, F. Burnett, L"Oro.*., flOO3| T. F.MelUath. A., 'phone 743 Jacksonville, Kla. Daily
Gslneevllle. I7.25J 8. J. J I
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' Thomas Co.. OoliteDie $28.311 II. II. 12 i4O p m 2.

MeOreary.tlalnesvllle. $11 251 Balrd ALACHUA COUNTY ATTORNRV.AT.tAW.4 Dally I Palatka n

Hardware Go., OalneTllle. $82.80|
Hague $1.16.
Alaohna county Is R06.4OO acres In Interchangeable Mileage, Tickets good over 13.OOU miles of amun tlel
RecapHulallon.Hupplemeata. . area has 948 miles railroad. 8UO 'pal railways in the Southern States are on sale by the principal a.oft
. .'. . . . .$ M 23Sundries mile* wagon road. 5A poetofQce J<< : J A. CARLISLE Through Pullman deeper Port Tamp to New York via .Ulaah
. . . . . . . . . list OA 123 public school, 27 phosphate Line j also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway
plant, SO saw mllls; 75UX courthouse ATTORNEY AT LAW For complete) Information call on

Total . .. . . . . . . $t!9 SO four newspapers, and produce And Solicitor In Equity J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent d lnevll|
It. It. ' Bd.Pub. Inst. corn cotton rice. lap, Address.
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapple, orange
Attest J. L. KBLLBV, See. and 8upt. *, peachee. pear*, plum, pee Res' Estate, Conveyancing and Gen FRANK :). BOYLSTON.. Pas*. AK'D.. STARE,Trav, Ft
UD'. and all kind of vegetable rat Practice. All business prompt 188 W. Bay St.. Astor llnllding,Jaekaonvllle. Fla.
......- e. .t'4t..F.. attended to. Office next door to Has W. J. GRAIO !....*nr r Traffic lanafter "Wilmington N, O.
office. UAIXBSVIUL. Ftoaip T. d WHITE, General Passenger Agent.
The e.fttrn tsl. I. iM nn Ujr n ronv

pound of that humor, simplicity and Gainesville the County Seat BAYER.ATTORNEY .
Imagination that re > ocUt.. rightly

wrongly.. with the Irishman. Jnt becau II. fourteen churches, two pnblte AT LAW, Gainesville
.. lrrIaiM I* 'M ........t country to schools,the Unite rlty. of Florida }AI.BVIU.B), Fwaroa.a & Gulf Railway Compi
our own that Is not Hav private sehoola.,.. newspapers., r
en. AVhat rotiM b* more Irish for In. united N..,.. Und office, the best Ivy property THE FRUIT
atanoe than the t.*b.vl4>r of the ..vast water Are alarm .,.,..... elselrie Can sell you. (Inv & VEGETABLE ROUTEOF

TurklUt Iiero of M> many .tori**, NrsM > and gas Uchte, two lee factories, reeking proved and and, phosphate bead hima FLORIDA.
>ln 1 1 nil CM. trlHrn nelctihor nine machine shop, three wool facto .
list of what otter for .1.. 2I47oiW
to barn+w" hi. dtuiVejr. ")'7 donkey 14 rir three.cotton railroads gtb< .,two two mye t. Ult.r f.o&or6"-man.ufartnrlng ._..r-__ ----- __ -._..- TIm.Table In .Ieel ol.1a.l108.
not here. he aakl. The wonle Arr.>
eompanl.e<< oee flbettnantifaetory. E. BAKKR.fir .
w-a".lJ' out uf his mouth when the one rvetlfylng tarPntlne
aalmel bryr lavMlljr.t. your donkey plant, two banks. and well ATTOIlNKY-AT-LitW, No. a.Dally. No.L No. 1. Ko.3. N3. 4
l. lH*f. I ren Haar Wm."" Kiwi the@etatllaw clocked stores embrselng' ever)* Daily Dally.PM. BTAT1ONH Z>ally DaJ:
"\\1tat- eh. utr' 1 U.. cant thing In the fOG"..",.' lioe.Ul.XTISW . . SOLICITOR IS CIJA .CER Y. . Em BoaL.PM I
..t Turk "fw y'Mt n,.*a (9 MV you tt -
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tier. fay donkey before WHoreHteT .
,,7CMt -
** GAINESVILLE. Alaeboa Co.. FLW L'eA ",,'L. Ar. AM ArrUJt

wit In tb. ....t. aa .....wh r. ,. Ofltee l. Eadel Block. I CO B CO a 90n .......&asr-oa City...... TOO l' 1' :
nothing without Us \ ._ __'__' __." .________ ___.__h _ _ I 30 (t. 19 _....Oraham_... .... 44 t l i
aerotupanylagquality I 40 I I.a a 40CM ......_ I I
... IIACTICALLTnorrutt "rrt1.......... tai
nf .
H k t. turn.. It Into .* LOW FOUND TRIP RATES OO .045 tl U .......... A.21in.y.... .... It:
qalalte humnr. ant N..r .....I'tba 11-'.. nEr.UU sal :? an ,10 to it .. ..... I:1UUio .. ... . 4 SI j
.bo w Hl feto>..lf at .... |>Mt whets ask. VIA LOUISVILLE a NASHVILLE : *% '1010 C 1ft .. A. C. L. c.....,..-.. . : .
M to t1lv4. .* a ....< nt ..*. ...... the 2 oAr to 1ft Ar 0 7tA .w. )Ly I : .J)
....nhl.Ht wcnMttt, ICs ..v. Mgr t. B. R. 10 Lv - . 1......_Aaln.ntU........ I .

U... twtrnty t. awet..... tve ,. am.B. >.*. RESILTLl) 4 18 : :: ::.:::. ::. . ..B. A. I. Creleg" . .. .: : :
and so ... ** h. we. .."..! t. ....*.- The Loolavtile' A Nashville. Railroad .S t I I . .,j..1..L..t. 8-lt.h .. . .
Uhatvr wUjr he OjlvwlM tk..a tm ..... UtpCCLM -ill sell raad*'"* rates from Je...k.Ma. 4 2 It 1.j" . .t.J '. Crol g..Re . . ... .
4 4.. . . . ......... .ky Potni...... j ... .
t Jtia. late imAl
a tnanwrr. .sn > it Matwi'nht to
a . ..
ROSrCRITY.WE 4 55 1 .q. .., .. ...Waeba'ota.. . ... _. .
he serreewt MM at.etMtne ...... ated. Ivw rat*. fromSprtage. .JO ..... . 1 ..."......ct,.... .. .... . .... .
(' ..w .0.... ........ a u .. .. .- . . . ......1ttrkeooJ....... '.". _
-1 '' .0-11.. Ark awd r.i.m.r 50 ... ...... _ ....T........._. ...
Ctar4tebeT T4ekete as .... .tAlly. !'teal a m ... - i.... .... )( ....... . .. _
CAN HELP YOU as: ... : . . .. .Tnen.iti. ... ._ .
... well .. -
*>ore a* ae to elf *' "' Haait 9Otfy tresses date . Lelte
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Ye u ne.4 net e.ffr Mesa !**<.. .< any ., ** .. a .a .. ,., .. xtea: _.a...._ ..
..rt-your b..*.. newt trot e..a... Trybottle laLt'111UUbVCE:. D.llj te ftXh rosuwl* aM....... r ...... ..i .vtb.e........ .. ...
a .f Itallaed 8.e. Us>(*a.... I P sad trip' .....r IO*.... ticket Ub $1.3 . .. ..... ... ..... .. Dtitsa..n ....".. . Y,
It ettree all J. M. T2ab.rt.. Beaer : es Ml. .. varfaMM sAon& FelllaXermatlHMa. (0 . . .... ... ... . .. .......lrvte.:.. _.... .
pates 1tlydrtCT IT. ..*.>4.U*, tiase tablee. ca ...., .. .. _ t.ea Dvaa. . .,. .
8eU. ales. writs< "I irate Meal : e.* "*U beM faawatl p.spelt'ee 10 i -ra.tnWcL. . .. . .
J.... Lntal..t far *.. ]..r*sad ...It ............. tm arrMl'&TA1t. .llt pa(' !L.AI. te7t:
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least h'-4' W .... THE SUN. Cilnenult. Rt. .
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v STOF TUES- O OO Sheriff Kills Negro.

: 0000008 Linden! Ala. Nov. C.-During a

iScoY>f'.r mcWon circus rU.\'rllnllanc Deptwy Sheriff
ELECTION strengthen
OAfS enfeebled tTaung I WriUcomb. la attsKivpting to l1LLQi :

g nursing mothers by increasing their flesh ando njedt a l.1IIk'trut."rb negro. Robt. Haakr -
worth wall
--- I wounded In the knve bya z

and Governors to nerve force. _ta1 shot. He returntxli the fin t

ca 5*. .end Ihc: negro was killed. .Immediately -

B3 Elected. It provides there was a general) Uxbdiis of -
baby'with the necessary fat n CQe from tae circus tent attd: the a '

AFL OVER COUNTRY. and mineral food for healthy growth. = town

ALL M... E. W. Nye Dead. 5
-Centers In New York State St.OO. 0 New Orleans, Nov. C.-Mra. Y4. $4S0r.

Governor Between Can- 'ooooooooooooooooOOOOOOp ear W. Nye: widow of the late -11111"-
I f\7f'\ Nye the famous humorist died Sun
Hearst and Hughes, day at the home ,
dlcUons of the I of her daughter
Republican cen- various pots'3: Show that
the lhmo-
Victory. tral committee Mrs. IS. W. Pharr. at Avocn planta, d eal C
CIII'r.Ja and will f
go DemocratIc crata
expect to secure a full vote on
tion. New ?
\ov. G.-Tuesdayssvonal by a plurality between 20.000 and 'l'ue daJ'. Morgan city. Mrs. Nye I
:a. "s election day. 30.000 according to the Democratic :I i was 66 years old. and was formerly a
ac::.'." ; resident of North Carolina. Her
rgia the result Is a estimates. Indianapolis( Nov. ,-With body
,, the
It1 > ; I exception will be Inti'rred at New Iberia.
,'jcB'. --on. it Is nevertheless 'I of a meeting Monday nightat
V full vote be polled. Topeka Kans. Nov. 6.-It as asserted Richmond by Rev. Thomas II. ,

# ;;::2 cs.t: In congressional by both parties that almost aj't Kuhn Democrat for"congress In the CHAS. BLUM & CO.,

-:: full vote will be gotten to the polls i| sixth district the ampalgn In Indiana 017-610'. Hay St.. Jacksonville, Fla

: : The most spirited fight is being i closed 1 Saturday,

:} '.' position that south- waged on Governor Itoch and the republican -- ---

Tsel'a: ;3n in congress -be ap- nominees for railway com Nasnvlll. Tenn: Nov. C.-The ,

,eurrS: to the voting popu- mrssloners. Chairman Cm mirier, of'| contest In Tennessee between M. R. I art The F1OridnFruit

e ,&* .:1'ally registered. the Republican committee predicts Patterson Democrat and II. Clay ;I 1I

ye: ;:.J the electors hare but the election of Iloch by 47000. Mr. Evans Republican, "Is 'close. Both. }

13 c'. ir representatives! in Ryan of the Democrats, says W. A. parties claim the election by from 20.- ;, and Truck GrowerL.

:::r .3 eleven congresslona Harris for 'governor will be electedby 000 to 30.000. The vote Is expected t i

the state, and to for- 30000. to be light on account of serious ills- J. IlUU.MIir Kdltorand: l'n>p'rt

eect ,5a three Democratic can- affection In Democratic ranks upon I'I OCA LA, )'J"A. '

ltOIO la the fill Denver Nov. 6.-The Republican which hope of the, Rebupllcana success l' : .

r- ;f Judges of the newly campaign managers are centering is baseJ One Tear . . ...... _.... .. ... 91.OU iti
ace court of appeals. their final efforts on an attack on the Mingle copies' . . . . . .... 10

El. ID, Russell Hon. sentiment which, It Is believed haa Providence R. 1 tlj tw'%'.,>.-Nov C.-Doth g'us \
lion. Arthur O. developed In favor of the
II, Inn and candidacyof parties are claiming victory at the
..... the throe jurists thom the _Judge Hen JJ. LJndscy who is polls Tuesday. ,yu\ A handroraety Illustrated magasin. i
: devoted especially to the interests of
at Georgia have choaen'tote'f running Independently for governor. off.A, -
.. uIZe I Ir the fruit and vegetable growers o
:" en the bench of the wiorlda.
Philadelphia Nov G.-Tho
appeala and, being without Richmond Va. Nov. C.-In the cam-
paign In ibis state and city closed A special trial subscription of si*
..::1 receive the full rote congressional election Tuesday the .
1 months will be
practically on Saturday night and the sent on rweelpt of toents.
vote will be light. The Democrats Htmps taken, ,
party managers devoted Monday to
ItfI, the fifth congressional dls- will carry without doubt all the districts _
preparations for
Tuesday's bat-
,801, Lc3nldas F. Livingston except the ninth now repre- -

t representative In con- sented by a Republican. Both sides tie.

II vL: ;out opposition and will claims the district with chances In UVf OAK. PtRRr! !luff RAilROAD CO.C -
|.'It'd' to represent the district' favor of the Democrats. haven Conn. Nov. C.-w-Mon-
necticut Republicans are confident of
kUlIO ably represented for

amber of terms. Columbus O. Nov. C.-The day maintaining their majority of the last Neh.. 1nIR... RRretlee, A|!rll 1'0, .1DOA..:..._ ___
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Drmoc ir candidates for con- before election found many campaign several years and that Colonel Rol '
lins 'Woodruff of this No. t No. 5 No. I Not N v a No. IS No. .
city, will be
fa Ute order of districts. are as speeches scheduled, the fight continuIng Dall II SunOn17 Daily .a STATIONS v.J11Ie.. ftunOnlfI'M InsOnlt lan ..
to the last. The claims of the respective elected governor while the Democrats n Cull seaLag
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Edwards of Savannah; J.oGu1 chairmen attracted attention express themselves' as hopeful of suc I'Mn I'M tMArrlv A Mt. AM-

wf Lawson; E. D. Lewis but the apathy which haa made necessary cess. '_ Heave I ..*. a Arrive Arrive Arrive.
Ar' cio i lal a1o .... .. .U.. ii aM) 10111 40
:mma Vf C. Adamson. of an extremely strenuous carupalgn _- M au. Ar s w Ar S o 'Ibwllsw Oak..l Patk Lv s 4MAr t.viii) .* IN J.. a 40

,etos L F Livingston of New. was still apparent and a falling Charleston W. Va,, Nov C.-After Lrs1 Si, L r1/a sat 1..0 Ar.M .}.". ". ......oJuaot1IJta." "...'r.. S ass a* Ar 4 443 M 'Ar"'O.. s (*i

KK- Charles S. DarU u. ofCordca oft in the vote was generally antlcli an active campaign the :Republicans Are"". Ara.I.. "Ar ft a .. . .. . .1.....). . . ..... .. .... . .. t.vSM. I.eaal f.rll".
\ : Lee. of Cbickamauga; pated. claim four of the five congressional ,-Arts- llr) Ar a >w- Are tat ..1I.IDI'n"rrtn.. ..: r.Y-JUI, I." I all Lv T JW '_

Howard,, of Lexington; T. W. districts. Conseetlos; mad; nl Dunlin; ; 1'lor.u; ;'; train to sad from t.h.Osk and "'.">>. a4 ni
Alton' aDd Nal'o Juitatlon for Mayo. Alton MIMI nil lnt. tU. o4nt .
m s< l' '
of Sandersvllle T. MCsiacsviile Jackson 1011.... Nov.. G.-Mississippi Fur lnrorm. .tlun .. lu eonaeetloaa with oUler U.... 't>b cI".
II will Raleigh N. Nov., C. Ar.nt; doo I4T. l..wln |''IUIIn.. Lice Onk.
; W. O. Drant return the Democratic can- ; The election -
111OMAH JO\YLUIUrw'.'. U. 1*. ItOPKINH. O.*cr.. lSMStfr Actnt,
.d Iruw"k:: ; didate In. each congressional district Tuesday will 'be quiet In North lava OAK. 1"U1..n.

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Tuesday. General - -------------- .
prevails -- ---- ---
apathy I Carolina exceptn\ the eighth congressional ---------- ---- --- ----- --- --

: ;3V C.-rMonday wit and a moderate vote 1* expected. I district,'. the contest being

'.3 C ': !log: scenes in one of between Blackbu, Republican' Incumbent Florida -East'Coast Railway

sat arable! political cam- Chicago, Nov. C.-Since the closing and Hackett.; Democrat.
.f .:s history of the Empire of the campaign on Saturday Local Time Card U.>>. '7. la Effect September<< .II, 190.

n. c=Id:..lpht the eight both Chairman BoeschensteinofUbe BOUTMItOUNIU-QMAIl DOWN.
public NOIt1t100Uf4ri-.ltHAD .
Nov. C.-Chair .
Li ti'ilminttont Pel. '- ....:=...- --.a..r.:. V' .. .
-t cn.l *n and nothing Democratic state central committee man I... lieUtfer Ball of theNewcas- ..,: N*. t. I II. 7. N*. *t
.t :. f rlry to be told bya and Chairman of the Itepublic- tle county Republican e''IOrnmlUoe.-pr.- : ..t't.'U..ll" TATIOK I PaUl- Daly
ac..; ; *.*s. Who an Committee West. have busied i r) TtrmnTt r..l iu''r .....1 Y!.... 1ArwIra'
;I ._ dlcia a pit0Uan victory In Delaware :e t w fll ............ HM.KI Iwiinnivtiu. :::::::;....... 1 ..,.. .
: a 1\:1: be. cannot bet themselves with what they term an of about $.non and the 1 lection 7 N ....... .' ................... .t 4.u./&n $' .... 13.M
,. certainty. Old accurate forecast of Tuesday elec 7 .. 1 tsaIN -. ................ $1C41'N ............. . rlaa i cu.s
of a Republican l< gl.iature. .a''tom.II.._ .......... K..t ra/.tt.:... .. .. a
'" ;;; .. ... turw _. .sasa /..
::;: := : : :: .
t11 Anticipating! the re- tions. Their ,estimates of the results _.- .... x. .......... .:':.. :.. .:..... ..ln 4 .ps .
n have been render vary widely. Chairman Doe- MII.auk.18.. Nov., bAll| 7. Ii1.I..... liV. ..............._. ..: taiUr.. .. :. . .ir '_t&PL.! _..i iwa ._
t= Party lines In cnensteln claims that the Democrats polltlml Vs.. ... .. .. ................1"ro lta'r.. .+ :. .. ."'.:.. .:L. .. .. .-..
tiarti,. for i. WM N. Mr.wr 'l .
arranged the windup .Ar 1rMiM
\* < :) ? the state have been will carry Cook county by 10.000. and of their r :. : ":.:-A'::::' ::; : v '':-Eb: n

t** ::' f'%' state. a 1 1 at ..............-.. ..,..... ... .. . ........ K iim1iS
k ;TO:! have been tbrown,1C I publicans will have a plurality of at Ir I ... .....u......... ..,.. ..... .... ....... s e+lw 1 1.sec
h I of voters Tu least SG.OOO In Cook county. ............... ...,. . . .. ...... : aaxI.- 1have
V : Little Rock Ark. Nov. C.--Th" 10 r.::::... ......;7 jnut. .: \..'. f _s 'p.a 1Y.r1..
5 f i-T chosen. leader indications .. .... ........... .t I n. .. . . :. .\.., "", ..., n.,...
pan r. As an illn.- Uoton 2.1 RM. Nov. C.-The political Monday are thai the Democrats .. ............ .. . . 11.1'" 66.,._

t r ''t'>ona which *exlst.a campaign this year I, being' curried In wilt carry all seven districts t 1 w ..:.. ::: : .tB. '. :.'. . I, I /'r: :::..

'l rs of the gnntt' on pra tlealr tf.Mt tfc* Qfata: the concreioaal vtoetion. There .. .... .........- .. .....'. . . . :I !"'a'''' ..,.....
'> of the OivoraaHt ClulM t* no opposition In six of thev districts. A'. .......... .. : t. ..... It t. .,"
P 'ofr.tlm.tea on polls :; addresood t A' : :.:.;.T.;:............rruM:::.7.7::' tf. It ..'.... Y)_
have b*tn careful a meeting of market u MII atfaanrfl t _______ sass._ a., i I ':::::y.:.:.u:: ......*. )..._.. '.f ,.., 2' raw..._
.. : L "*-s. have- reach..d, Hatat/ mx:' ./str..H. wMI ....... ......'r' ... . i n u. "......
A Year of Wood.The r. .-. . ....... .. . .. A. 1 I" '" t aGb'.r
It ;>Batons as to whatTj Joan .. Movan. tar itatonril... pro I I c: IL"- .} .
ktbltioo anti hul rrl.\l1oe: hsl.sR ...aft1d.t. year IDOl will Ionic its ram.m- : Imo' : :::: :::::::::.I:r:': "II'n : : . t t :: f 1!leas sir1 /
to 1 ....'a .. .. .1..'.,.. .... .. .
.. plans*-t to vi it aft the S8Hosmt ; tieredn the home of >F. N. Ta.k.t of !. 111__ ............ .. ". .e......" .. ., I It.... .t.kiss......
;- Nov. 6.-Roth the wards Monda, ...sjtfca nakItHC AHi/o.*. nr bl", ,,,. which .. .,.l I.... .... ..... ..... .. ..-. i N . . tal t
." ;"feli4Mn 0) 1'1_ .... ......'... .. e a7,4s 1 "... ... ... . I I" ., 'f# si.'e '
t h campaigns brief .prli,'. In '.oIIa. lif r d] .ocrtpicMlf from )Ir. Taektt's .. 1r'' I
: QnUhad. 'in this '. the, deathmrd I I'raa : uw i : ::::.::::: :: : : ,:.t.: ::::: : :. :: : I :.: i: r:: '''
-- .ca. v ry near c. '' .......... .. .. }." .. ...... .. ... t ... .r.. I'e
4 *T franchise qu.Ilia. *. Meet Jivnl.rr Ms . Pti!<. C -Oialr- fi. wri**., ..s-...r*. "' ..-dln. from II t ........ ..... . M .. ....... .. ,'....
, ......... .... .... ....... .... .. .. I. ".... ..
e '
warmest mu- nan J. < Anat. 40 *. +a h lit* IOBK* nod a frightful' roajrh had y : , ......... .te., , .,... ... .. . . .. d...... lit .""It--
S* a decade Inter- Drasorrm'f' :r rte BjCmMt* t* bro .
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e :e ....*.4fcm of slvfUltway eoofiiten' tentertk Dr. KIDa'. New DUeov .. ;: .: : . 1-::Mwt. : . .. :: I ; .:: I .. ,:
"red a new ,. .i71.t.lpoft.n'r. 4iy C -" ) ... ... . ( -. ....... 14 ..6.' ..... . .. . . .
r (. c.t n ,1.r, for Con.umpi."o. with lit. altos- .. .. ...... ..... ......... . e
0 stWaper fares in se'rvrai v 'era. A1'v that .wt h binK result ihtl fitter caking ; -assn! I .s tr. iw.., : '" . . .. .u n .... : I
: fist rOQr'1 a. ... I ..... .. .. .
an unusuallypollt.. state 004 I. n ,sloaal o.usHeee.1 p boul. I WAS eom|'!" , 1 .... { I. .... jl. . .. . ;,:"..... ." ... .J s .Mew My J I10 '
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arty .aer.a. : :4 '
.., .. time has pr)f .. |'*''..n.'''''f ".:: : .. ': '::';::.

III. tYfIr. G......rThe ."" ...." fttr lunge. .. ... .... .. .r... -. 1 J' IruJ; .tlt.a... -
Ank 1 all the .. M..ak. sad entd.. al all dreg stete1'r.d' ... . ... :. yre.a NeMlie la1 tilt
over: slate f1>' .. _.._ ._......
*ss Feral outlook of a ; Me.D4J rile Trial bottle fr.... ... : a
'kt ,r. ,.* t**., ever best t. I I ".....'. : a1vN 4:, Mrrrivethasseu. -Jel''I.. :

I ** y .f 11l. state.w A-w;..... Plus H. .....m.
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filtrd. to the'b a.4IIk1ct.cMa. N r. At ; .
wpteea "
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} a li rdsl'eosit co'tan .!eewtcl4ee fed 1..ed. .s euMys N 1 .: ....'. f ('r -;-ruI. 5rf.1misw C'fjIfc7iS AT I1Si1.
;_ t4 ')ll.e.oc. x NCS that ..... 011 Nr IMlatlle of Mttdrftie . -- ... -
,i. .. .. .- PaPA.'DA ...... et n- ........ bMege4 tb c"'sag C ;'UoI"'" NIMs sr t1po 1{_"'i7 rat r. A 0.y. f.: :..,.. .

li: _. >4) ...- |t 1* aetaer.t. _,._ a. ..teels w KawtkA tinvana' rind Key West.t. .

ltV ... ... Demo ... II1.1__ .... ..-'". -. ......... ... .it.l44tf --- z ,ye. ,: ..erral: -- J -- Nslty7tllsNa -' -- -

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fly,.. Xo.. I w..,.w irlatt-- ." w.-AA "" ".M. a

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f 'Cdk'J"a.r. $ I299a sewtaeaNMSN he'sit'. Attuw -..."..w r.., L -r: '. . .. +' e.aa::r
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" 1a .cs l+tray: CHAS BLuM CO 7 ".... K" 0.. "'.. ...... t's. ,.. a....t. . *: TlC' f"l.: !\. EST."

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NOVEMBER 7 19116 i
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"; Wanted-A few more boarders at :---- ,.---- - --

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For the
beat printed stationery at Mrs. W. H. Palmer .
Request*. Them to
y jjlY CONDENSED' lowest prices call at The Sun office. .1 Send Sofa Cushions to Fair. .

1 Try; "Grandmother'a Bread," made Absorbs ao much of our 'It 'Is" I
., .--- gratifying to that Mr.
Interest Gash.gtporteri. .' by the Keystone Bakery It's delicious. thought, that we\have little to W. II. lalmer. who so generously' Toour

deneral(; Furnished rooms, single or In suites' give the counter! current of assumed the recpnnsible position Ha Just North new of location Pottnillce on werewe *
f by Our for light housekeeping. Pearce tloute. how V v manager of the-wnman's work department wlU'be pleased to greet you
Wood-Our big blue cart full of dry; to keep it. The first aim for Alachua county at the State and do our beset to please. :yon.

AND SOCIAL ITEMS wood for $1. Gainesville Planing and v should be to "cut expenses." Fair, has met with a great deal cf ea.oourlgpmf'nl. *
- Coffin Co. i iMrs. and snses: through the Oysters, Steaks and Short Ordersour
A Pltner
lighting Is
the .
.thrP"'ectand What l. Going U. M. Farmer of Samson'Ala., system co-operat on of the ladles In various Specially.

,tl1'.d ln Short Paragraphs is In the city on a visit to her niece; best investment A"!you. can make. tectiana of the county. This lady. baa Coffee the best. Everything

Runs May H.. C. Fut.cb.'Mr. along this line Don't take labored hard and zealously for the sao nice. Game cooked to order
.+ H. Who '. cess of this department, with for sportsman. '
q Read"d gratlfy-i
Dr. ;J. M. Dell returned .
yesteray my word for IU. Make me log results. '.
.I"" from a brief ,visit to !oh.. J. A. % OPEN EARLY and LATE.
tot sale at this omce. Williams at Alachua. prove it. ,, 4 But, while the display la an elegant --- -
Deroe. one. It is a strange fact that there Is
uU'e.ra Longer; P. U. Baker, the naval atorea opera WM.'ANDERSON.. distressing a
absence of sofa cushions THE
&iisreuds In latest stylesyesterday ator of GampvUle, la in the. city on i a Agenffor Alachua Co. or pillows, which is considered one of CONTINENTAL
brief to his family. .
tb..leadlnK article.of handlwork'of CAFE.KESTAUUANT.Tremont .
r. )lorrl( (, tpeGi In Mr. and Mra Robert Barton of Rocky F. T. Douglass b.-county pork sausage household. There has been so far not a -

..Diseer. Point were among those who favored for sale at Merchant A Go's, every single cushion among the great va --" }

.,prtfb III"> returned from a Gainesville with a visit yesterday. Salorda,. riety of other articles, and Mrs. Palmer

irpio Sampson City. Beat automobile gasoline for stoves Furnished rooms by the day week la very anxious that a few cush House

MlXn, Jasper Harris of La- and lamp. Every gallon ia filtered or month. With or' without board. ions be displayed.
,rtMondT In this ctty. / through chamois skins to take ont Pearce House. i Ladles owning sofa pillows of rare

of Alachua water and dirt. At Gainesville Auto workmanship are requested to send
ard son
,, : Have
,,, .Hr your stationery printed at The
capital mobile Go's.Middleaged. same to the Gainesville Furniture P. C. Reinhardt Manager
the county
dm? to San office. First-class work promptly
Company's store nut later' than tomorrow
I white lady of refinement delivered at reasonable prices Is
liEiebelberger. the. piAnoptlr..r.I. desires position as housekeeper motto. I our mark(Thursday; Nov 8). Be careful to S00 Wrat Orange Street, i

1*** yesterday; for in hotel or private family or will care them properly with name of GAINKSYtLUK FLA.
Wanted ,
|? -Reliable white man to owner, and same will be ?,
I Uri End, on professional for the sick Address !oln. E. ;Johnson take charge of farttYtw.lrs. miles out utmost ears and preservedwith
returned to the
402 West Main street from Gainesville v:Half-intereit or owner at the expiration of the Fair Commercial rates $L a day t spealaf i

i..E. Wright hss opened resMTrt Friends of Thomas Stephens are will pay salary. Address W. A. little, free of cost. ratetby he best the the Table affords.supplied with

Union street In thee glad to lee him on the streets again Gainesville Fla. '. For the best sofa pillow cotton age of public aullolted.WILLIAM Patron-

a formerly occupied l by ;J. A. after an illness of several weeks' dora Rev F II. Cralgblll, rector of Holy linen embroidery, there Is offered or a --- ----. -- .. -- ---- .- ,
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during a greater part of which Trinity; Episcopal Church, has gene to prize of $2 and diploma; for the best

I.W Eil y and daughter, lit- time he was confined to his room. Columbia, 8. C where he went to attend sofa pillow in Mount Melllok\ embroidery ANDERSON

i Vary and Edith, have cone: The Atlantic Coast Line has established the missionary conference of all $2 and diploma t for the best sofa ,

rill., where they will spend Its regular winter parlor car denominations, commemorative of the pillow In shadow embroidery, $2 and service on the run between Jackson one hundredth anniversary of the diplomat silk embroidery' ; : and diploma BICYCLES ..
l'. Chubb, receiver of ville. Gainesville! and St. Petersburg haystack Prayermeetlng," being the ; Rattenburg lace. $J and. di
State land ofllee. has gone which fact Is appreciated by the travelIng beginning of foreign missionary work ploma. One dollar and diploma for Winter Park for a visit public. (In America best.ofa pillow In drawn work, fancywork > Electrical Supplies.Igvaey

'mil", and Incidentally to cut T. F. Mann, a merchant of Webster, Attention is directed to the change cross-etitoh embroidery, out .

after two orMhree days spent in this of adverti.ementof Phifer & Morris, work. ________________
'.J )1Ft. II F Dutton are at city, haa returned to his home. It la the clothier, which appears elsewhere In the fur leading Illcrrle* Itrpalrlus;

Kris,aftr visit to their old said that Mr. Mann. was prospecting in this Istue. This firm f is the sole Mayor's Court. done prenpllj. Electrical: work w.

bTerrrg.t Mrs. Dalton hasribwclfor with a view to locating. He expressed agent for the celebrated) Hari SchaCf. Llge William ws arraltned In themayor's of all ",..e{..

several months, and himself as being well pleased with the ner Marx clothing which Is recog- court Tuetday morning upon
clt,. nixed' throughout the a charge of fighting and his wife was I I 13V. "TjNJON
1ft lId to welcome her again.iLT. I country as being the ST.
L. M. Soarborn. carrier of R. F. D. among the leaders In quality. and tech plaintiff. Notwithstanding that ..
Poax: lfi yesterday for the pair have - --
Roote No.8, Gainesville tq Hague, ion. Read the ad. and profit thereby; only been married about
tktkirinzteen, summoned three .
on Paradise and intermediate points hasresigned If you are In the market for clothing month, the woman teatlfltd
1st tie illness! of her niece that Williams.
showed his "affection"upon . Miss Nora
his position to accept a clerkship The Atlantic. Coast Line will ''eel( Norfax
Llfab.n, who his been qalte 111tsfiamv 1 this p.rU ularwaa.loD by throwing ,
at the score of B F. Brooks
from all points In Florida to Gaines
:r'n of the stomach find a jwtlah..t.
her. whloh havekilleo
whe re he was formerly employed. )Ir. .[Ile, November 12ln-13tn. account o t %. might
had the
r ben directly Its
Soarboro is succeeded bj Samuel Da- the Florida Division of the Coofcder yLadics'
of Harry Cannon Bon of Bose. path: The defendant waa fined ffi and
14 Mr.. 0 I ate Veterans' Reunion tickets at tb. eats Novelties
P. Cannon Rocky; o'.ttalr& days upon the street. I
Sub-Commissioner II. S. Graves of rate of one seat per mile plus twentyfive .
.ab'.n --- --
so critically ill for -
frs the Alachna county fair exhibit! and T. cents, with limit to return not andFancy <1 1r
tar', will be gratified toondition Senior League Social.t .
t4tt J. MeRae, ;Jr have returned from the later than midnight of the 18th. See ,
1 of tie i The Gaeds.
patient Senior
East End. where they have been to your nearest railroad agent for exact J I Epworth Leagae ofh :
:JI roYrd
. secure. citrus fruits for exhibit at the rate, or for any farther Information Methodist church, together with the
State Fair They; report excellent sue. write Frank O. Boyliton[ District Passenger -I "..'hocUU squad of the University,

cess, having secured a number of One Agent Atlantic Coast Line, were entertained by a delightful WATCH MIT m.Mxm. it
specimens Jacksonville, Fla elal at the home of Major and Mrs* ..-, J. star
W. R. Thomas Tuesday evening. .Th _2
If you come in Chas. M. MeKinney; of Graham one 5tanetioa

of the most progressive farmers In was well attended and the .._ -0 ... __.______.___ __
evening passed In a manner

herr and buy atut yesterday.that secttoowas|lDtr.: trading McKinney In; the la city the NEW YORK to the, occasion. appropriate PHOF JULES EICHEieERGER G GN ,

champion sweet potato grower of the Mareuc Kadet of Jacksonville was

Schaffner & Marx eaunty.eaeh season. shipping thoos- the city yesterday.. ; Mr. Kodef Is ao Piano and Organ Tuner ;

soda of bushels to market which real representing the endowment rank of and Repairer.

.cit, consider all the re. I I.. good prices. % 1 the Knights of Pythias, being the 'In* -- -.-- ;

lease Stevens, an old and prominent :, RACKET. snranee feature of that order. He ex-
t> Jti of the transaction to citizen of Ocala was In the city; P.OI.1o leave Jacksonville today; for THIRTY YGAR5 CXPCRIUNCB
for a few boors yesterday. He was en Chicago, where he will attend the
J- Leave as out of it; route home from High Springs where meeting on fUtorday of the board of IlaleMtvll.,llertda.JEPP .

'irate that we make be has been on a visit to his son, CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTHBELTS control of that branch of tbe order ---" .' "-.. .. ...... ___A ___ ._ _____
a U. O. Stevens. Mr. Stevens had the The Insurance department of the
*:: profit; we do. pleasure of meetln many. of his old Knights of Pythias "Is being extended

I friends while here.Drs. and plane adopted by the "faprcme aLa t. ;,

&t E. Lsrtlgue and Wilbur Lasslterand Lodge at Its resent session will result
you make -
Fi than a better B M. Tneh formed a jollytrio Beautiful new line of Plaids another d t In great beasflt ao tbe ,,.of the Fresb. Saltwater FishOYSTBRS

we do; you get of bunter. who left this city ye.- : new goods at popular' prices 20 order. . _.. _. -
and tOo.
i, datha, Yon get ab- terday for points near Archer, where : You money entitle you to the bee .

i 'j t nest allwoolclothe they will enjoy camp Ulster the neittwortr I tint Dlae Ribbon Lemoa and Vaellla.

;fUr.a three days. All are excellent pure, ajotwlee" as far adtbe :
: you can marksmen which mesas that their I Colored Outings. "81... Rlbboa Vlua Is prftc.tlea. I r y

{ti. LJ' aogtze:tlat:! yoa.for don'tr&ft or be game friends Remember on will their the be return.old well reliable supplied Seaboard with -bleb-grade In all the. alee good colors at 1O the jard LA.ItO Ask It Contracts for tfce.Z'9- ,.lest. sits... the.- tblag, for I'I Ia :

f' .5d c f became -- .wy farmers aid turpentine. ..., 6W
they're p.
Jacksonville for
I la the route to the -
tat ,,!2 fJ.y semi.Tn Carnival or any other time. Bbortoet HEETINGt .: doses 13 for Crt.or $3 per ICO. C.a ) 14
<. hand with onlr. ,...
Add TillSwGala..vfll.Tte.
I' and qotakest ""b.. Doubledailytrains. r (Ia rear of feraltore ecp.a.J

; t what no 'mer- Special rate of one fare plea Received another lot of yardwide8b U4Uff-'VILLI:. r-ORIDA.

J ;. utton" clothe: S3 H.te for the roaod trip Galoes* ..tlbg, wbi h we will' sell at ateyard tae I am psfleaj Afgascl. market price I __
am now a>rpar,d to
1 f.,: gave vllleand JaeksonvlM--* mt Carolval. _ . for **.d ....... at lfsg.... A Y. Hcott.V.P. tb.r I'..!. flair the Leu ewasotsosodaur tA.
you-long . .. ------ - tussles s
t ;tf now on. "r. v* .a 7t30a. tn. e afford" fat Ibis I in*. )-He.. Jeu,
; Service; shapeideas and 3 p. m. Se. Mr. Cebb. \ '" ... .
( : It :'vase; tailoring Captain; A.. Tucker of Roe....., .

J 'tb: E:.t your was among aJa.... who paid Gainesvlll Matt.a c. sad b",. a.d Art fta T. F. TNIMISUNDERTAKING %
' and visit .....reI... lie n.... that k.. P. UADMUIUO :
,' a -. *s.4fl.e.t 1M..s..vv low t>,.....
l'i e thatf. dIaItctt .1I..cI: dsatbl.r. ) ... Whale. w.. -- CO. 7

tSq>> have been ....u.c Uie rest three
.oMtsitas with ,.l.aU..a4 frtis at ,t Stoves! Stoves!
.otJ.a preserve tb.4roU ...... ia lacS..... sre ezp.s-

. r r". 1 ::rtlMA d. IB a few day Tar report tbs Ii J t'e, ..*.-..s U r*_4jr fc r hi.- FULL LINe or

a ma'it they aave bed a rfelttfetfel ....1. bp4 .,......... A e.,..c M*. at K- arts: .. NOW CJOOD.SO _

.. "mercerizedsashes wHlt.x l4 so get b.ek to FUrMa.Tae *.. -

I ...... a mink rd Air u... ere a.stoa.St ... t Real E tate and 'wiur'tn rlris

; c1 .} .slt hb dotha tk.J.*k**.vll.* C'resva). wtH sell'ticket .' Shoes I Shoes JlOJO..DT$.. TUxfiSTUXtlt
Reotil. Broker
.. ,ISe otWrroiats \ ,,..
Ualami a
; from
t. or Nary .a.s... U g. Is* .....' n. Had IZOl rL) r 'c.yav'p. .
ought toMORRIS .
at the ra< of e fare bat !
o.*a saauat *.*-, fete.., We a.. ..r.. -..
r....., trip. pU 25.*..eTheta ,e.....' & ..... ..", It.... .. L-f... fttI ... ,-- ... -
rale Xo*...tMr b .. .. .ael.*lr..wH* _. .. ...... ........
.r. A tKAr ss r eg .. .. .. ........ as
toast Hextt t* SCoweexoer It nabs J 1k4e... Me. .... ......,..... ........ .. .
-- leer. Gai..tihe. at Sato m mt d JJC I ,=...1......... tie
C. t ... TM ..a..... N t. isawwtdleet ........ PHIFER BROS. .. .._.. -- ---

aa4 ...... Ic Iretnoasaf w;I GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. lo.avtfte, J1.. UA.
: C' C'..... Aa.at1F I 1rirtz'aGAsva.r. U.laeevtDe. >('3.- -I 'i i .
w (di

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and What i Is
Wm s short Pag'hy
who Runs Maw Sed

for sale at thbil oflte. Lonioer s DV '.
aerds in lat8t e*t61

worri' spert ye70oi847 l

has returned free a
S So ampson 01ity.
ig, J'perP Harris l ofL
Monday in this tty,
r yards on of A-s B
to the county capital

Eehethelrger, the p Ian
wpiirr,. left ye7e9rday for
Sait End, on profeaeIOMls

I Wright has opened a ae
Wtet Union street, i t4he
Formerly occupied Iy J. A.

V Eley oand dauantter, lift
Vary and Edith, have "$1
ili, whre they will spe6 d
ry 9. Chubb, reoelvqr of
Snttate land nfslee, ha gone
sat Winter Perk for a visit
Ily. and incidentally to east

Mrs. H. F. Datton are at
l, ftravisit to their old
YTtrrrt.N Mre. Dotton has
i for several months, sand
alll to welcome her Agaln.
pT.Poor left yesterday for
havii t eeon summoned ae
of te illieAe of her aleeo,
Ianh. who has been quite ili
Mvr n f the stomaeb sond

pof Harry Cannon, soa of
IIrs 0( P. Cannon. Bohya
behas I.n o critleally ill for
Iei day will be ratified to
hI th, cnditioo of the parent

If you come in

ire and buy a

rt FShaffner & ah
i. consider all the r.
Sof tbe transacti to
L Leave u out a it;
e that we nakb a
kprofit. we do.

DIt you make a bltt

0* thr,




F'. : :

we do; yngl
You gt ab.
:iest, eU-ed

th es y an
dm do%.
losze fwhaI

what as"Nor..
.1411" dwa

,v e


-tbf poy*

8 6

& wImS

few so"b oders at

Stt printed statioory ast
eall at The Sia olee.
imotber' 'Bread," made
e Bakery. It's delleloos.
room., single or Ina uItes,
Ifht hooeekeepin. Pear e Hoon.
r*oodmOur bit blue ears fall of dry
S for $1. Galnesville Pleaning and
O Gn Co.
- n. B. M. Farmer of SaimoopAla..*
SI tio s eity on a visit to her aleee,
Mn. fl. O. Fat h.
Mis. Dr. J. M. Dell returned yester-
day ;4om a Ubriof visit to Mrs. J. A.
Wilta1ms at Alashes.
1. R. Baker, the naval stores oper.
aier Oempville, t uia the city on a
bief visit to his family.
I Mr. and Mrs Robert Barton of Rocky
P at were amoangl those who favored
OGalsmville with a visit yesterday.
Be4t automobile gasoloe for stoves
awd lamps. Every pallo is filtered
Isroagh hamoeis skins to take out
vWt*ind4 dirt. At Gainesville Auto.
mobile Co's.
Middle-aged white lady of refloe.
seaideiree position as housekeeper
iat botel or private family or will eare
rthbe slek. Address Mrs. E. John.
sag, 402 W9et Main street.
Friends of Thomas Stephens are
glad to see him on the streets again,
after anm lIles of several weeks' dura*.
stosa during a greater part of whisk
time he was eoflned to his room.
The Atlanfti Ooest Line has estab*
lished ts regular winter parlor ear
service on the run between Jaekson-
tills., Ganeville and St. Petersburg,
which fact is appreciated by the travel.
nlg public.
T. F. Mean, a merchant of Webeter,
after two otshree days spent In this
city, has returned to his home. It is
Maid that Mr. Mann was prospecting,
with a view So loeatin. He expressed
himself as being well pleased with the
L. M. Searboro, earrier of R. F. D
Route No. 8, Gainesville to RHaue,
Paradise and intermediate points, has
beelsaed his position to aeeept a clerk.
ship at the store of 8. F. Brooks,
where be was formerly employed. Mr.
Bearboro is soeeeeded by Samuel De.
hb..Oommissioner H. S. Graveo of
the Alaheoa eoonty fair exhibit and T.
J. MeRe. Jr have returned from the
Emat End, where they have been to
seuore citrus fruits for exhibit at the
State Fair. They report exeellest see-
eew, having secured a number of fnee
Ohbse.. MeKlnasy of Graham. one
of the moot progressive farmers is
that seetiop, was trading in the eity
yesterday. Mr. MeKinney is the
bhampio *sweet potato grower of the
esasty. eash season ahpping thou.
ande of boshels to market which real.
toopaed prce. .
Iese teveens. an old and prom-
lamet eltis of Oat. was iso the e ty
for a few beram yeeteoday. e was en
foute home from Hilh Spriep. where
he bha beemo oa v a it r hIrs ao,
11.0. Stevens. Mr. Stevee had the
pleasure of meeting many of his old
friends while here.
Dre. E. Lartilue s*d Wilber Lee.
elser sad B M. Tench foge a Jolly
tried of hunters who left this city yeo.
terdad for point near Ar hes, where
they will njoy amp life fo Itee net
twoer three days. All we e*eellest
Insebemem. which mesoo that their
friend. will be well suplJied with
Mee on their return.

emember theb old reliable Gabtb d
is the route to Jaekoville for tahe
Carnival. or any other time. B&rN*M
Mad qeieket serene. Deobledaily
Ales. speelal rate of n** fore pole
u eaete for the rotjud trip, 0eloes.
lb sad JaekWonvi't-. #-'ntO Coral.
val.woo o. Tr. ** e .. 70a. m.
mad lp. e. S M.Cohb


Absorbs so I h" of oar
thought that wNTave little to
give the eoOudr current of
how to keep it., Thee Ifit aim.
should be to "Se expenses."
A Pitner lightlaifytlem is the
best investment )e ocan make
along this line. Don't take
my word for itl Make me
prove it.
AgeensOr Alachua Co.
~1 --- I"1! -*-
F. T. Douglass baseOunty pork saus-
apge for sale as MerMant & Co's. every
Furnished rooms i the day, week
or month. With pr without board.
Pearet House.
Have your stationed printed at The
Son office. First-elmso work promptly
delivered at reasonable prices is our
Wanted-Reliable white man to
take eharge of farartwelve miles out
from Gainesville. Ualf-interest, or
will pay salary. Addlesa W. A. Haile.
Gainesville, Fla.
Rev. F H. Crailhl, reetor of Holy
Trialnity Episeopal ObMb, has gone to
Colombia, 8 C, when he went to at.
tend the missionary osaference of all
denominations, ooaleOmorative of the
one hundredth aslsversary of the
"Haystack Prayersenmta." being the
beginning of fureia missionary work
In Ameriesa.
Attention is disreq- to the change
&r advertisement of Pifer & Morris.
the elothierp. whieleppear elsewhere
In tblh issue. This $rm to the sole
agent for the co.leted Hart Sehaff.
noer & Marx clothing, which io recog.
niled throughout the 0ounary as being
among the leaders h qjiality and fash.
ion.. Bead the ad. dgd prolt thereby.
if yon are in the mart*J for clothing.
The Atlantic. OoMas Line will sell
from all points in Florida to GaOslne
ville, November lth*l3tb. assoust of
the Florida Divisoki of the Cotfeder.
ate Veterans' ReualeO, ticket as the
rate of one seent par mile plus swena
tyifive easto with limit to return smo
later than midaigh of bthe lth. See
your nearest rallrilde aen$ for exact
rate, or for say farther lnferma sto
write Frank 0. Boylston, DieWlie Pas-
senger Agent, AtlantiC 0cit Lime,
Jaeksonville. F1a,



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lBeatlf l el ew ine of Plaldo and
other new good as popular pries--

Colored Outings.
In ell the leseotonrs at lOs the yard


RIteeled somthr lot of Iard.wld
S*htiag. whh *,* w ill ol a eathe

Captafa 3. A.'Tooker f .1 3 ll. F W "IUII RIIa
was am0g sheo ewho Pai aw 061809"1. 34s t-oe .mi a9,89ed Art I 40w"
ainj vist ysday He sten tht he mv boo, avcWeI:pf"e.o
Wife s"d dsefokr. NUwe Winnewh. 'wow,
wedwOk rjeivs&adIfrsiendsat Stoves!1.Stoves!
"4r old hm.~nais 146A. are eSPOOs
ad ins 6f1"d"4. They rpe" dothee Owr stash .1 6I we. it# eis "all C-0

mW begl9W so getbee& .o lordaw
MWe 8@96dAir U**- Of 1000"Mmr os
dtof sJabeftwibeCar~swa. will sowl, Shoes 0
U~m 9mm CW0041raw & ad "b" so flu%". r". p...Th
pwastefa SW r at 1weeof "W.tI&"4 fewe so. sit.V.
m~ tippie. e a watsieheewe b"'
p e JDw r a to j # c h i c *T a l. W 4 "

R.mb" OWNsto ~wPIIFER BROgs.
Lm 614"-W-0I --1.1 -_4

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eW. H. P.,pl.mer, Lh
Send Sofa Oushlosvuw
Is b s ratifying to lers Mta
W. a. almoer, who so Il,
Maume4d the responsible f
manager of thrwnman's woAl i
meant for Alaehua county at Ml
Fair, has met with a great dewalI
ouragemeat and sosae,, throt"V e
o.,operat on of the ladies In lW~gNl
Pestlina of the eouoty. This lady ba
labored hard and sealously for the Oea-
aee of this department, with gratifylI
ola results.
But, while the display is an eloegas
one, It is a strange fast that there is a
distreosing absence of sofa oushlO*,.
or pillows, which is considered ore of
the leading articles of handiwork of the

Coffee thbe bet.
alee. Oame enoked
for sprteamns.



bousehold. There has been so farota
*in|l cuhion amona the ria m .
rlosy of other articles, and Mrs. Pal-
mer ti very oaxious that a rfw cush-
lomse displayed.
Ladles owanlD &ofr pillow of rarme II Vl t IAV
worklllaulp are requested to seed
sam to th0 e Gaineeville Furniture r* w W h-rr .,
0odopN *l0Pore not laser then o e
row (Thlroday, Nov 8). Be careful So m Wea OIQo0tlrea,
mark them properly with nae of O GINutr, tiU &.
oner, sad same will be preserved
with ultm s re and returned to the Ooammrla l r
owner at the expiration of the Fair f b the wee wi
free of coot. e at the mo i
For the bet sofa pillow, oolton or S Of b O eld L-w- ;
linHe embroidery, there is offered a
praise of1 aad diploma; for the bets W IL A
oefs pillow in Moont MelIltk embrold* I I
ory, U and diploma for the best sofa
pillow la shadow embroidery, $2 and
diploma sllk embroidery, 2 and dl.
plomn; Battesubor loa. $2 and, di. B
ploas. Oe dollar id diploma for
best ofs pillow la drawn work, faney
work, crose-tlseh embroidery, eou
In the Mayor's Court. do"e prp tr. t ig|t
Lil Williams woo arrlaqlnd lo the at n kl '
mayor' eourt Tuesday morning upon
a eharp of lighting and his *ife wa I 3 W. UNYO
the plaintit. lotwithstanding that .
the pair have only be married about
three month#. the woman testified
that Williams showed his "affeeston" Miss Nero N
ope thils partieoluaroeseion by throw.
In Ag atbhet at her. whioh might have
kil r had she bees directly is Is
path. T defedas woo ied 6 sd a
Mos ORt thirty days opos the eStreot. Ladies lv es
Senior League *ol. I
The Sealor Epworth League of the U E e
MNthodsst ehohb, together with the
Methodist *qoad of the Uinl itvery.
were etertalned by a dellgghtulf o. WATCH *V WInoW. 3 Wt
tel at the bowm of Major sa MNr. pa y, lo
W. R. Thomas Tuesday evets. *The
fenates w wo well asmeded, wad the
evenleg passed I a manner appropri.
ate to the eseele. PROF. JUI EICHEL
Manse 4edel of leke ville wa in T
the 4iy 1eteday. Mr. WIodel ew P ies &W Org To m,
repressenU the do*em.s reak of SAd lrw, t .
she Kalhlts of Pythis. being she is.
owsan t-*om o t Us ofde. M. T6IhaTr VeBAr, H ee
eanw s Ot.m Jad iell* Y A XP UUAYO
OMlswi, whr m he wil lle atad he".
anm ting e- m teday of tes based of
ael w el of tbron" of the .d*..
-,- dopr- Jfh JEFF SIMON88 0
V1u1 1 o shhe is beIng **ele0"d.

l Mp @A0e resent oelo n wIaampesils
it geWt benes to sthe membeeme she
Tlnt m ane.weynoile you a. a lrt

Oe oeo a lbbo Leo" Wad Ville. |4 1
Ablieltely pef. pd fW I n1 I9
Ase 5Bl o Ribbo0 Ftse" Is peff, ".
oe. Asko fwr she e0 *em.
L &3 WeotuseM, the hllag e-- --,-
l,... rr>.tM.* --. *to **,, OYGT A 3
deM 8 f orM per leY. OM 4 Oy

Lim ,,, amoele "" me*1 .1-- *10
I a. pOseg ighew mart ps*i I se rw Wg
for med eteo asMog. ALF. V.e. t ued. wi*s o*_
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wsrst and Hugh"@ e~

Ga. Nov. 6.--*rs diy
Gtonressional election day,
i t;,rgia the result is A
lusion, it is neverthb IS
t a ffll vote be polled,
t ,e cSt in congreedonal
.ing the basis of many ar-
mde in the halls Of o0ag re
of the position that so*tht
tattion in congres'-be ap-
rding to the voting popU-
tbas uiicially regiaterld.
st:e the electors have but
li their representatUVe in
for tle eleven congrealou-
in the state, and to to0-
the three Democrati 'Cat-
gwos'n in the primary90to mll
p of j1idges of the newly
Wi ia e court of appeals.
k:;rLi B. Russell, H14.
*Hi. Hill and Hon. Arthur G.
pe the three jurists thom the
y of Georgia have chOOen' to
Sen.:'.:e on the bench of the
appeats, and, being without
M, will receive the fall Vote

b, the fifth congressional dix-
Ip. L.nmldas F. Livingston,
Ht representative in coa-
I without opposition, and will
mdm to represent the district
b.has st ably represented for
amber of terms.
bIKo r..'i< candidates for con-
i te order of districts, are as

Edwards, of Savannah; J.
of LUwon; E. B. Lewis,
una W. C. Adamson, of
L F Livingston, of New-
: Charles 8. llagb, of
Gordo, i lA., of Chickamaga;
toward, of Lexington; T. W.
Of Sandersville T. M.
d Gain aville; W. 0. Brant-
ru ic k.

TYu Nov. G.-Monday wit.-
the inti scenes la one of
r :iiri.)ale political cam-
of h-tory of the Ampire
B' 1.7l- the last public
hA .n and Ahing
I y to be told by
S,. Who the
I ha', cannot be
r ainty. Old-
(ilpting the re-
*, ,.'. been reader-
I Party lines in
aI I state have been
I I Political affll-
a % been thrown
of voters Tues.
chosen leader
Ar' s As an IIIe-
'i"ns which exist.
1. of the grukt
Ir teammates on
S'. hiae b4P a careful.
- "0. have. reached
:i' 'ihs as to what

":v. .--Both the
S'Ilean campaigns
* .Ie' d. Io this
V franchise ques-
w' h arme@* mu-
a decade. later-
.,oistioi of giv.
",. ILalway a new
cheaper fares,
an unusually

O*C.-The poll!)

M OOtlook f a
?U-an everbe-
oP(f the matw
n ca4to the

the full DmernICHSe

f~aj in

N')e 6-4ew
-No, c4U* Wb


-MA .b imtheir

and I

AIt p". D 1ba wwkh the neDOt y fat

and mineral food for healthy |a

i etlons of the Republican cen- various points shq~ that thi Tlemo-
tM committee, and will go Democrat-, crats expect to seamN a full vote on
to by a plurality between 20,000 and Tuesday.
$0,00 according to the Democratic ---
estiUates. Indlanapolls.; Nov. G.-Wlth the ex-
ception of a meeftib Monday night
"Topeka, Kans., Nov. 6.-It as as- at Richmonod, by Rev. Thomas H.
e0rted by both parties that almost a Kuhn. Democrat ,congress in the
full vote will be gotten to the polls, i sixth district. the campaign In Indil-
'lte most spirited fight is being ana closed Saturday.
wlVed on Governor Hoch, and the re- --"-
pebi4cun taomians for railway com. NaNhsIllT. Tenn., Nov. 6.-The
mlliboners. Chairman Crummer, of contest In Tonnes-ee between M. R.
the Republican committee, predicts Patterson, I-moogtt, and H. Clay
the election of Hoch by 47,000. Mr. Evans, l epiblicas, is close. noth
Ryan, of the Democrats, says W. A. parties claim the election by from 20.-
Harris, for governor, will be elected 000 to 30,6,ih). The vote Is expict(ld

by 80,000.

their final
of .Judge

Nov. 6.--The Republican
managers are centering
efforts on an attack on the
which, it is believed, has
In favor of the candidacy
Ben B. Lindeey, who is

running Independently for governor.

Richmond, Va.. Nov. 6.-In the
congressional election Tuesday the
vote will be light. The Democrats
will carry without doubt all the dis-
tricts except the ninth, now repre-
sented by a Republican. Both aides
claims the district, with chances In
favor of the Democrats.

Columbus, 0., Nov. 6.-The day
before election found many campaign
speeches scheduled, the fight continu-
ing to the last. The claims of the re-
spective chairmen attracted attention,
but the apathy which has made nee-
weary an extremely strenuous cam-
paign was still apparent and a falling
off in the vote was generally antici-

Jackson, Miss., Nov. 6.-Missis-
sippi will return the Democratic can-
didate In. each congressional district
Tuesday. General apathy prevails.'
and a moderate vote is expected.

Chicago, Nov. .-Since the clos-
ing of the campaign on SHaturlay

to be light on accomat of serious dis-
affection in Democratic ranks, upon
whith hope of the Rebuplicana' suc-
ceae Is bas
Providence. R. IL, Nov. 6.-Both
parties are elaimtan victory at the
polls Tuesday.

Philadelphia, NOV. 6.-Tho cam-
paign In this state and city closed
practically on Saturdfy night and the
party managers devoted Monday to
final preparations fte Tuesday's bat-
tie. I

New Haven, Conn., Nov. 6.-rMon-
necticut Republicase are confident of
maintaining their majority of the last
several yearN and that Colonel Rol-
lins Woodruff. of this city, will be
elected governor, wil the Democrats
express themselves as hopeful of suc-

Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 6.-Af-
ter an alive campaign the Repub-
licans claim four of the five congres-
sional districts.

Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 8.-The elec-
tiou Tuesday will be quiet In North
Carolina, except la the eighth con-
gresaional district, the contest belag
between Blackbu,. Republican inl
cumbent, and Haekett, Democrat.

night,, both Chairman Boeschenste'i WIlmington. Del.. Nov. 6.-Chair-
of'the Democratic state central corn- num I.. I, inlter Ball, of the Newca&-
mittee. and Chairman of the Republic- :i> camnf Repith;1 ,n committee, pr"-
an Committee West. have bu.ildl s ,It ., n Republicat victory Ia Dela-
themselves with what they term an ar,. of athon 3S.,' and the election
accurate forecast of Tui sday', clti- a Repuliican I ,izlature.
tons. Thelr etlmates of the r-- ... -.
sults vary widdy. Chairman h I Milwaukre. Win Nov. 5.--All po-
chenstein cla'ni that the Dflemocni rat prtim arranged for the witnd-
will carry C(ok coun y by It,t0. at.I p of thiir campal.Kn throughout thf.
Chalrn a4n Weu .-,eerts that the H.- state,
publicani) aill haI e a plurality of a:
least "G,0X in .(.Ok county. ILttle Rock. Ark.. Nov. ---The

flcitne, !nq . Now. 6.-The polit-
ica etil~ mg canhE %u i istIsbeiall car-
ried on 1irsctetii1bit- 11 the opening
of the rA.rol w ir (uild artf-
dretw*4 a mt "no aa'Vrtwiket Wvt a
P antieall 11.!1av no .Momday. whIls.
.In n F- W 'on. !,n a D. tfp-flli' Dv

:11V 1 I

i t'Yla
en -1:
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par t'


Indications Mondas are that he 1*.I m-
nrrats will earry all even dimlrrcle
In the , *e1rtonm There
ns no opposltio in sll of the dil-

A Vow of Wood.

(cSsp 4s The year 190S will long be reasem.
A~lsasee. Ky.,aso a )Par (of bhiaint hloh
11oe-d on engulc'.is 'r Mr. Task@$,@
i~i-s. p thaideat h o-sk #- aturd very hear.
~ C~ar-He wrlies* 016, -'etirvediniv from
"~ he ..'~ he loop Bad a ft gifol soog00h hed
ft 4sk*iil-#to 9 ibrought mia& dea is ~duvit, who* I
11 w aIx ev oes* mahing Dr. hoIs Now ..Diae"e.
r. Tur isan ib pcryfor 0oao psemi. ., auM& lbo a~o.
'a' 0i t~ti, Isagmwelsshtheeafter taking feer
.rnieihE ~'bogilois I w" sesmi ',toly rositord, &ad
.UI' sot Ila*e has -0'it"e. Permauestly
rld" o..,o. 'I fr mowreI'Sop,
pe, vt$ *# ~Aid00148.. Iall drug bsut?**
I # -in. -In."50# a d #.I Irial bottle .f se.

ut oi Wva ll. s fa 6 mthe ptheu
6ftlaidaeof tho ,t fga sot ~ Wc~ e rtesf
a Ilb. o fkf )- 0a0 R&UIMPiitou
der rasv*UmisgAh, .nedsesnowy of
tit slte e* n lb eutaso o f m*f..

eft h 2,;40a &VU .

4 i et # e of 64 e-*'s 11, a 0*4 04 lb-
$ I2609 -u'szAfte

CI$SLUM A CO.- "od10 0 ow e M
1 &0,4w44 a a. 'DW.S. f548

it, Ala.,
F performansceS
Whitcomb. li
at disorderly negroS
iVort, wn wounded IetC i
a pttol shot. He ret ag
a"d the negro was killed, '
lately there was a general u5 of
*egroes from the circus teat i the

Mrs. W. Nye Deedl. '
New Orleans, Nov. 6.-Mrs. *
tar W. Nye, widow of the late
Nye, the famous humorist, died iklF ,
day at the home of her daught$.,
Mrs. E. W. Pharr, at Avoca pll# j
tion. New Morgan city. Mrs. yNA
was 56 years old, and was formerly a
resident of North Carollna. Her body
will be interred at New Iberia.


or-_ -.

$11-619 W. Bay St., Jacksonville,


The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower

IO J. BRUMBT, Site ad Propr
0m e tear.. .0... .. ..... ... 1. 00
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A hamndpmetiy lIluuseald gesIa
dvoted eepeelaUy tof Iam.-ee
t hem, fm admw l#mo m

A wpal tribal ti t

_he.4nle Effetivo April 90. 10I M

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Dally suan Only

Leave Leave
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Altqp sull Mao Junston for Mayo. A lion mod &Ull nirmftila;. polmAs
oru61msk s Lmme o= *.gueetkswiltbothler Uses. "ph... or @all on (ltors)vlr
Agfent; :IIIEAWIU buM w Ue Oak,
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WD SOAK. Pwaana13.

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4F is



~ MdieliIn P~rgws
~jre-a~felt R*stQeu
ub WlS" n HNAWkh

e+TIs., Nov. I.-As
sold-looded asssilat
Wd WilNmn O 8rPtt, a lm
blh~ageon, Va., ARtaut

'i iMeralsI that bI Wa e.
rad N u l OfU. Ma

JLobst XlO U 0a am+
ebireM ipt ftf of. tU4
a it mand lehad an.w
uider vplsi o. Hawk
eIM aseaed with the oas
ry of a letter which hA
NMo. Olarett and which
the ponmloda of the coa-
is' attorSw.I
better, It Is Nmd, Is matter
the deed as sad Mrs
tUhouh te woUsa is a1ld
S td Ima a way not to liwtla
Sa Mrs. Gett' assassin-
a hfrtlble aftir. her hea
blows by two load
kis I ewMIf in the pro w
-w wgift #A
TOO ase Called.
Ip H Nt,. 6.-The seas
s, lasit the Now Port AmuaM-
gAMetU.on was ol ed t the e m
Ot amit at N poi, I.R .. M
.+y. President io"Ovet "a
Ied $100 toward lIts prtimo
in Is to ttM the right of aly
Samusement to debar mae
the Unitelld Utai unlform.
dant'a counsel 'laimn la ddo-
that there oI so law by which
out company can be pro.
lire prohlblbtg sailors la unt-
dsea g laI.its hall. Tihe
will be hard and If It to
Masoll aid OemuneI will
a tUm to the upareme court.
m ONwe4, the eOM will so be-
r ItSa serIts.
btler HNeeity PMied.
SOa.. 9Nov. .-MaNrtli
.wh" was tad4te4od der 1 sop-
Moats by the gran Jury o
moelty Iter oetig whiasky
t tose. entered a plea od
at the speei term of court.
Mom Wright. the presidiv
M* YSe M .N. lMduding
I e ah e seO or aa otal of 13,-
a the vas thav t t be to ot able
M s Mo, lbs wlt have to
I thre yeas mad hter maths Ia
thetMgs. The C7Dw Bww out
1 tllta*- e "Ile of whlsky l$ the
post i thlke ousty., Ahre foM
I etim re am opa hernm.

Kitlld by Wife.
l a t b tum ded by
'lMn. Iwti.i liall.ttae as
i* ia&t I,. suftday at
p enpital It 0..u'-. maklit a
l, Tb weMa, tto 1o, akh.
f pt 9l hra ltj ;.t(.., Wlt
wit gtrif e**t-t, *.r *W
I hmhPO was lbrA.xr t,, her.
a he igs of c Tbew
thery bhatig f et ,t
I Mes Ttaoy 4 Mt e Is rryO thr b e r
bI" be"e moad I ;,.

simI Nov e t.l-rbe UIra-
ithkt J. Wl),. of the aIth n n
Sob dthwevery -s board .:.<
SmMtT with frww mmu
deay I the 4detaw of

ass. ee as as as

18X,*,;OvEMBiflL17,, 19O6s


s ,

S.C' ollier's Weekly Buysv Acti

New York, Nova i.--An Aamoclted Press btlen isued at 10:80 p. m. says: to ProvE Bribery.
o Accordn to o0p to, returns from i l over the State received up to this a s *VIDNCe s. BEING SUPPRESS
Charles E. Egha,pblican candidate for Governor has been elected over WEni
i R Hearst, Dmo at ad n ,odidate, by an apprwinTmate 5.0. o.eO a sed
, plurality of 40,000 or more Two .y s ago B is (ep.] was elected by 80,580" Pb us eouments for Fear of
S' juh l R epublloi~ Party Tuesda
SNow York,. w.?, ao. -l, M Massaehustts Repubilan. Ibeto, Mase., Nov. 6.-l>-:r
llag usthoritles eba6st6* $g R4 O4t6it40 0v. 19.-woMep'0. Bs. BMeltog, No 6.-The Repabliesae AtWr John B. Moran, .s ,n
I Ui over Hleres ftof aro0 ,c' ra) 0)"* a d 14 'O Y wer eltorloes In today's State le tIr t to 4ttrict Attorney Wiliiat
Sha n Tth tenl, N *l d ddbarli t ies.l Sioe, GovernorOoild betl re*-eleted Jerome, of New York, Suni,,
S.., SI .Gove-er nr.11 ensidetably a.ere.ed whi.t he stated that he was int-r
etis DeosUle 1Basse wick p-arOyer y e a by'0tate Ileastar A. D. Hu h-.,
iabis ewoopsow, evr. willw e *IMes. I Jersey Mllohigan, that there la in the p,,
*.. "T w .. l.--I is estleStelas Kentusky. don of Collier*. Weekly evidn,
0 lse Gfar mwamlle dbath*a-e.ft PbolsswL ak {(lp ) Looleile. Nov..) ..Nolly .SOthe form of rginal document,
6 somtill,.Ib' si se O welreIM ipior tersn, teleramst and secret i,
i Wan majority of t0tyeveto s 0qhibh pke ) rl etur no f t which tends to tshow thai an t ors ;a
d fornty.ori4 I h* *i- Pr Plokett f^slL) by #N 101osfor114 lkl itg "lSae ltor method of istrlaiuve corrup,:,!I
ad for1-=811000 I,1 siet BaeI000l*.flrse foniysevten.sf mIa oe o(e It 11m l'cedtoo by the omedot
, WorhCla Olim. pelllMiiojoril wo yean go. vMCrearyN.. Bekham 8,13 trust throughout the counts).
ow, York, Now. I*4 ll fo rrlo -e'V r O rveor, Haier .17,? mHaers The letter follows:
I Tse orid ap 1 Ht4 (2I.) is pnte ianos puA. ,79 ,"I am credibly informed h 1
e Als"00oIernrso end4o0talerl(Dom.) Plitilad 1, NOTo. I40 p. m Tennessee. D. Hughes, formerly a Sta,.,t ,
h Ll tedonBa-s*Oo er.. sm er o ksW eoub asr hl te. r' of Michigan, that there is in t h.
"* Treov, N 1. ,hrongg 60 *sohville, NHo. 6.-Forty oubof seslon of the proprietors of a, ti
Tammany eflbtS. ladlt tohtee io o bewe aity-l 00 0si ()t ivPe Pa on liation by the name of c, ,
r New Yoak. MN. -ye etdh for oeror by mlare pllalItw. (Dewm ) for governor T17,0 mam oriti Weekly, hbavin its usual plaur.e i
N. o YI' tnlfbar awels (Bep.) ineu ssnla New York city, PI i
syt entire To an elelary I the form of the original so ,'
slo s elected byWatsM ajorly. Now Jersey Repubitsn* Michigan. letters. telegrams, secret ,co I
Tre too. . Nov. 6% **r.* Detroit Nov. o.-The Repobilean th translation thereof. soni ,
d O&amm1as. te 1at(( Repoie l will "tao 0rahl Oommltee from retero of which I now have and wilc.h i a
a New Havs, Now. .-O**o handred ba for ee-foor meare ia LOn Oa se lied so far elaim Waror'o*es olon pond herewith forthepurpost :
sad forty tows give Woodrff (Rep.) erl Amembly a"d the Decape lse I hr OGeovnor by over 100.000, od all tlfcatlon, whihe tends to io. :
* 11.791; Thayer (D)m.) KA,77. een. selve O re n. Santbe,. sytsintle and pi ,
by tae so-caled tobacco trust t::
S.~ out the codtry.
]Aif '-*'9 ap Jaformed that sonw '.I
t, dOeUg~lts, copies of which I
. ...I N, tend to show :bat s me r .t.
LieiaJ U N thK tereat of the a IF
baceo trust, were defeated at tht., w
l SpOa to The 8UO. Ita of this commonwealth at : ,
Ja-oknnville, Fla., Nov. 6 -Scattering returns from Dearly every county in the of ,or gnr ..rl p cour
State Indicate the defeat of the drainage amendment to the Oonstitution by three to which are a pare of thi .,
iernIchme. I I lformnwdrhi.,
one6 Nine returns from different counties are as follows: For the amendment, 496; r to orthe mid Colier'% NN
lagailt, 1,191. ly have purcbavJ the evidt-n4. r'
large sum of miey under a <
HuSbm is elected Governor of New York over Hearst by 50,000. The other to publish the same not ia* 'r
Democratic candidate for State office are elected by good plurality. tene wek later the arst day
Gnat; that the lost day for pui'L
I* J. 0 LAFONTI88E. the u b has expired; that th..-
I +- .----.. A^+ ... ."-".._... -.. ..... -U+ olller's W e kly bas rte us d t" o
IN I m" PO"tarl' S rkil .........I. IM aogeI sedeait. so t e laso rmved 0 she uae *. eerdl-as to ,c>n %
AMIUA. CUNTY$Jam es a.191 T 0e011110, W"INs II"I &a further lmforuwd that
-auseor Whisb6? ~?, w a Osaeo.ww .fnl ller's Weekly Is delayaln pib ,s'.
Ra""r ..wsaaWd O.mml oer. Pe Aoam of this evidence to violating of''
tas l tat a W OwWao eas ..s ...... ...... 10 lM... . . e trat. Ul af erthe ee tn -
SNewoIs whMA .M 1. n a. BMh ....- ah.. .i. s It sheald ba as Injurtous eff'c,
remu*l llwa.eM|lly e lemate R. R"edee mu **merLs ... .... ". N oa Repabln ca candidates oa n. t, -
S he voted I. eow* so*t*i* *een.nis 29 ea.
apos., emparastaily 44 6t ateri was .A falrbas "Therefore. I rvspectf?.i
maI tMied leslly. mAd the vOte fll For State Ioar,. MNd Dietrte Wol ..Yu to obtain the som e so l :.
away seet of there nteredwU steagthi H. M.0Oseary .' Xt Owvl WN as CMes&. transmit to be forthwith, to
Iof this preie oWI may boat an Immediate rli
Fo 1i11pr tt PsIs lepr tio eral Jmehaov.lne, Nolv. &-T-ru molls u h aft oeurrlng li my Jur,
I The te troebeet tb e wit, Aembly. dillo N os dme a do ar mt st s nd by an. x
owVr, was fl li which ll o 9P01t yd L. Or tr e .. ..........I:... t Me tiU sDe will i ashe* jedglgt of thoe Sasd 4, rmnt*
1M0111 the i&9e ~a e eO*' wo T A Dlte .e. e fM Ie retrsem o tar reslvIed l In maklg public '
ore4 deel Itorested mth e thew T* 1,A. SheA- It &t believed ta t ie omA e tno :,
meetl lh deft bya email me* of many letters, t#lerasn. 8'
Teater oflntmert Ia Galmeslk, W. W.Os.n ......... o j me tkter bMtaI from IIush.
**. everywheole, ,ai as tir bae Ta O'ltem. B..h pree e ef tw -eZyis Hghe. elaim that be t.'
ameedmest, Ithts am-dmet W .ib D .. ... ... beM I,aed he meed* fiterMy la Martoa. lad frm1
hde peIlmel meure upo. Uwhlteh k e It. Beter O. hA.ei *l ad n os.
- puleal iutM u darew. For Tmlmet. It h. dtIo to t gee. rleese. ivem story Mr Hahkes 4 oed a deei *
The ws oloeatr Mad |vTlat- md IR B. Ptoe ............ a nsy of theea1 pes hle I aesrts was flrf orf rorrcp.
ia espeed that a e eMermbay erp J ty.... a..s.n. aT d4m BI rwalit r
lNrM te w*iMbe poted t ta het~~~ ^ 90" trassenoe s wa the A..r *r
d 0"teeq i'oI,'ldI.tlu ***M4 **. m of T, o d .. a latentl t>e e *** In Is h. '?. I)-
F F. Nellieg .. .L s ai sared to Istern. r .*

mooe mereolksmy deel.aed. sa er beeus, iialMlns S*emes. 1*th sldle dee 4mIeaet t e.
S dl*plty eie*ed* were the pe.~ Frr Melb. btnId ofh l.- s 'N ft ad I4TS eisI*. e teer ertibe peIAn
pe Of the sml le t e 4mitMh *Meita. "- W lI..-
qemain that .u ~. e te e* M h I v Ie h e Cei. .-S-;..
e**ntlfr e* l rga4eteateat *<.J F. Fe ....*.... I Talashlam. 3.w. t6-ssems. a? Ksshs SI; ber d'M e smad"*
.atblshoetag that s e *m 1 ye .3.b* *. mand IS. Lee. s**My. mheerel**. be asW**
.ade, em wse tapusable t r*e she Fel eOMsahI DegittlNM SO ? @elaX se --

f" j. cmplse"of twe now" mPoo. l eboe ... I emo-: i4@La h bass d" G
C46#16 Heoywas that% of the F-st dws~swo ondee"Go. *'W6e t a*"mm".e.yean @mow, ** o" raw ow I v O'sF s
w_ I lto DWk %adp" eSk .10.4~
tI1rC 55wagee ofa eDusitmo- Awuifm dimaft"afte Son"I 0710 man ,
-q.. I* Ghoattets g" Wa to514 The Iomtee. teePow*" e. 1. OhMs oup. Wzb266941"md(l'.m*
0 1 Of60 tO OWOf "0 WO (;(IAaseI 08b.OMe, 80eWON" 91 DA- Ouylow &q. M s- &-"A "W &Wei& wPil IS 3"'
ilkaa ~woevtile hbote@~. W. v *nab". a A cav.ek .Ibis.oasis"0"t soaam'. S_
F~ (-ere.C DONA W. The~m@,o* wo%". wo I. be-
Frank' #maim.o- -owbot. age"
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o. .Are workN% toone
of the R.unwaf.l h 0..1-
"*g on Tuesday a4,4 1 dN dav,
r 18 and 14.
the time grows n Dr for1 tO Wld-
lhf, State reunion of the United
ersat Veterans of Floride, in.
,mo to be Inoet0asin, sad the
icrno are now that this will be
$I the m,,st sueeufil and one of
o, t largely attended reualonea
erDano ever had.
various committee'sappointed
Soaewall Camp, U. 0. V., of this
,It met'ting about a month 1agO,
Mrd at work at their vari e dl o
which is an asoet~ee th*t $Ie
ill be one whehi will down
of the brightest laurels la
Wille'shistory. h
irdi"e of the Daghteos of, the
jersey have also bee" eo-.perat.
sith the Veterans In moakis this
one of the gra*t.* ku6e*eMM
gint history. Both Chapters of the
ters, as well as other ladle ,
worked faithfully toWrarda Iak-
4fe oceaion one of raBdnser Iad
rfor Gainesville aid the gray.
red Veterans who visit thwelty, and
royal receptions and parties have
arran erd for their eatertalnment.
Assoelatinn of the Blue and Gray,
ih an adjunct of the United( Oon.
rae Veterans and the 0. A. I at
ewent meeting showed its inelina
to encourage the reoaton byh ap.
R tine various eommltte- to work
heajunetion with the eohmItte of
wall Camp and the Dapghters of
? tbe committee on reeeptlol and en.
aiment is composed of three well
we and popular Vetersae-8. H.
le, W. L. Jaekson sad J. D.
Jon. This committee is losing
oetpprtunity to perfect Severy ar- i
menet fur the reeeptlon and en.
ament of the violes.e
Tkb people of Gainesville generally
manifesting a great deal of laer.
ll the coming reunion, which will
Hundreds of the men who fought
the ealse of the Oonfederaey-the 4
which they believed to be right-
lpthor from every motion of the
W* Tbese recalons, which are
hM tanonally, are the only mesa by
b the veterans eas aseeemble to-
Pgh.r and talk over "old times"-
Iet when men's hrute and serves
Wm ti,-d and not found wanting.
?i tp.. ,f loyal eltise hip of olden
*1 tiweoming dre ealnet eachl
Pe. and it will not belong before
b) wII t- a memory eoft pest, but t
I*soniry career aod revareoeed. It a
ittkir..For,. no more thmia lating that i
tb, hoi, I he supplied with every u
hil.y for *njoymaet and dis 4esion
rfm n,.e-nees on"e seakek M, a1d
Srtet fyina to knowthathe people s
ofG1'* *v are almost as a a lit la .
l*t r,> 7* them. L d
tPr1,,nm of the exerelees will be
as a*. oon as purered. ie.s -
'*' t lhl tle, the program
a nnxe lotereeltag o03.

U ers**ty o* Mo *
T' Ir 'r.ity of Florida football l
.- .. turnedd homae from revan h
m '*-n day tbe met the p
' tridiroe.
S, **" *ndingatbeheO Osagffyer.
,. ... .'ng hley t the feei !

-. ~ A" rie t rrs Veohs.

Wso kil wd whale 400
ofthe Wow' jorse

"1 rwiogb his. h-dy.

let Ab"s e'.,


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We have the ktiid
that are sure to

' please aqd caq put
theuq up promptly*


Hardware Co.


Wh:at It th ow the ladIa 1 -14
*.1 Make It.
When C i*busa discovered AmeMca
he found thtdliauns carrying on tnred
from tribe to tribe with wanmppiA
u.vytliitg tb t has value may be used
as miouey. I. t ancient Syrancus a
Britain inn wtI used as money. and we
find that irqa ias so used at one time
in Sparta. 0 ea of silk in China, eat-
tie in ItokIt and (irmnany, leather
among the ~rthaglnilans. nialls in Scot.
land. lead it Burma. platinumm l RUe-
Sala, culw s of pressed teat in Tartary,
slaves amoet the Anglo-Saxons. salt
In Abysslula, *.c.
Wamipum I frotm an Algonquln word
meaning "wbito." The Indianua have
ever ubeen tfd of ornaments, partlcu-
larly of beads. They used to make
beads of sluibells In the following
way: A fragiaent of stone was with
much care "Weoked down" to the sit
of a small "til, having one end quite
pointed, and It was then fastened to a
plece of cane or a reed. With this
simple tool the Indian workman chtlp
pedl off a bit of .the inside of a conch
shell or a part of the shell of a hard
clan and rubbed It down to the sal
desire. Thla Mt of shell he held In his
hand. placed the sharp end of the
stone against It and then turned the
stone around ad around until a hole
was drilled Ueiarely through the shell.
The shell bids thus tediously manu-
factured waet called wampum. These
* beds were (et white or of a purple
color, the lat beaig valued much high-
er than the mgit. It was the very la-


The most acceptable form of polite-
ness is cleanliness.
ecnai' e yoy s:i) you intend to do a
thing it Isn't done.
About all some men are good for is
to "second the niotlon."
You may think you are entertaining,
but there are people dodging you all
the time.
Don't send ten dollar flowers to the
funeral of a man whose family In left
without any income.
The man in a dangerous location
never thinks be Is In a dangerous loca-
tion or he wouldn't be there.
The owner of a horse and buggy
tries to be modest, but he can't help)
showing that he feels a little superior.
The first Insurance against trouble
that children learn almut is to get a
promlaesromn mother that she will not
tell father.-Atchison lobe.
On Their WaT.
During a iewmlasper men's eonv'il-
tlon, a iumjiaL'r of jonuriliNts e reri ote
afterimoo talking of thb. trlck', of
"tihs faulii.-n tI.\ w." ri|n il.tnry
al tter an
'Vhil' lI'' heard of a gre. t l in.i
funny typofgri,.teall breaks in myly
tin,. ilauit Lti odde'st and tia wl h i
mnuoripl trannwloAltion of the tyiwl thI;IT
ever '.min. within my otbservaii'in .,*
that In a Ni'A York paper axie' .' r'-
igd. Thant hlelt wtmed to print its ;i'i|
ping news on the sane pagi with lhU
ibltunries, Imagnle the ghew witul
which Its reader found the raptiloni
excistage'd ont*. imornnlg, whereby a
ong list of re-jectableo ames were
et forth under the l marelo i ntad.
Passed Through I ell Gate Yewte'r
lay.' larper Wedby.

Dairy and Food CommtAton's Report.

The jinneot ) Dairy and Food Oom*.
miio 's analysis shows ths Kean.
edy's Lasative Hooey end Tar and
'e* LLaxativ Hloey sad Tsr eoe-
aised opiates and eroton oil. Opiate*
re poiesm sad ereotooe oI a violent
oisoooeO pergative. Reirfe to seeVps
ay but Foleyl Hooey and Tar is a
yellow peeksag. Foley's* Mne asad
ar t ontaine oo opiSate or daesfros
Irepg ad Is the be*l eo ea hnd olol
mre. J. W. MeCollem a 0o.

d", ,e .or .,efs ih**e-
To V * ;ut t, say) por *"** II

SW.~~~~#a- o.'a*i -.'lthat Aolarm
and 1.*v 1'. ;"t -irav''.4 all
abwaat It i.. f TI V C 5. ItoffIw fi-t
th* W~irt t t owfe 1#44 osu

A 3. wt~wwsmd .4.
Tinsiom ~Whet wa" ab

way. Bud a p~i -MAI 4"t d'Win

borious way of making wampum that
gave tt value, The wampum wan artist.
tically strung upon hempen threads
and used asa ecklaces, bracelets and
rlngs. Oftenit was woven into belts
about three hehee In width and two
feet In length.
Thel wampmt belt served many par.
poses. It wai aat from tribe to tribe
with solemn promlees and messages,
It was ueed In making peace. In asking
for aid In thee of war, for personal
adornment ad also as a "circulating
medium." The coast tribe Indlaga
were tlhe walum makers. The In-
terlor lndiaet tent their time hunting
and exchanged game of all kinds for
the wampum mad by the coast tribes.
For a long time after white people
had settled in the new world small
coiIns ere meare and wampum was
used as change. Finally the palefacee
set up intheS by treadles for the pur-
pose of slakitg wampum quickly, and
soon the Indian wampum makers were,
as we say neadayse "out of a Job.*

During the reign of Kltabeth the
fashion In bookbinding underwent a
considerable change, the graceful sim-
plility of the early .work, with its
rather severe and restralned Ornament.
giving place to a heavy, overdecorated
style, In which a superabundance of
glidlng hid poverty of design. Thin
style reaihel itq height In the hltiullr4
ipronnced for J nnes I., which wer,
onzumouly d,",t<,d all over with flowr.
de-luhe or thilos. while, flhe .,ritrit
were fi!led wIllth a honv y hlk ,f
osriwe design lurinig ftle rrign of
Iharlke the linil'it ,. wr-.. n na rihle.
repied from I' rnith .rk niail .he a
lglail carrie-l alit wiltsh vrv 0 1I4sall
tl old; lbut. Ih iaItI ftarilg i l if.14,10' s Mu6
trluigsly felt al flrwi. ih..' ls-inillh lindal
er, soot strt, I hput a liu,. of hwilr oumu.
and itamuel hlrir,l. the llilseur1 to
(lsarles II.. ,nrolui,'4d soe admnilralt4e
work and to'.tn Ito Ive lrIwladoled
the4 quaintly .h'ep-' pInel whbbh gave
the, name of cfamirso hiltdlng to a r.
tal class of ~,ork At a little later
dlte as dii,' ,rgts hinderr, hoMe name
Is unknown. I.,s wh'me work Is sally
distlngaldlai h '. l -txteied snome marvel.
osm pkerw of work nm very dark green

r :4,= A &a C&hilraL
Th KM Yco Hin N Vm B3q

gigaSSM of

ot ma., %a*"Ps taeeeCsd.

It I Is #*-*if.
it to

71.. rm-Iair.-
to .3w tol

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es afvrnusa'-
fri s h
mein d~ i t

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-*.'* !tan tho t(aWloda
w I bte &now 0*WO
'*.4* UiVra'4 61The low
*'.. fsv lsos .f g.W46
f '9 stture TUe.WOW
". .464 ADM bet4A ~
-to twentweth wetet

Haw vqwv sm $I wo No I
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White no woman is entut h from
epriodioal u offering, It does sOIG n to il W
be the plan of nature that wo n "
should suffer so severely. This la i a M
severe strain on a womau's vital. S t 3
Whep pain exists some tIn a w
which should be st rIgA or IstwUi M rygiM
lead to e aerio drnge t o e
whole female organism. Seek tn.
Thousands of women have (aUtkd all
In grateful letters to Mrs. Ptakha m
that Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable CompS ad stea&
Compound oereomes woman's special B ra fot
paina mad irreqlarties.
It provide a safe sad sure way *It T a .at a
e*sp from distressing and danger y Tw7e o of a
wakneM and diseases. trel s Mew8i
The two following letters tell so ea *
vinenigly what Lydia. Pankham's a W
Vegetable compound will do tw or ua=l ?
women, they cannot fall to bring hop e s
to thousands of sufferers.
Nics Nellie Holmes, of 640 N. Divaisla bloaUds 4
Street, Buffalo, N. Y., writes: Ity, aMsthrn sad
Dear s. Plakham :- tuo ae bemst W1
"Your dIiadalMda as ogia- JIfatsohtei).
ftor woam M I ms Hd s misery f Yetobl", btib

fVut ltaitgnnyrmlW. AtoMgotanny thllo A L go
SadvsMi t o try Ltydt Itai-L a tree romody. Lyi'
Ca m owun l di uwaiMAW V table Copod ad
amer did Miw. My aea n trouble. efht
schsiats mormdielm, for you a A
Mwbolrtootewo Lydia LPlabam Vqs Df It1"1e60 o "
g pPi.h.. It store
MS. TUlle Hart, of LOarL orl, X. Us
write: & -m
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Fire, Life and Accident ,:


Jacksonvifll and Now f

CJlyde New England and Soobu3
VretMoeeles"JM JhCOMMIU.3Nams
PWVIIMNad Anl Mses "e~mt
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V191 80410 ItNOT. 6t541% k 7'b e 08 sd ~i Iale rR al a
pef iort -121W ceheddled o ,j es e~avinIleNOVEMBER 14- N ,1906.
0b 1m 1w #t U. a before m ssoap Nor. 10lth. FIna i mi
gf.of tmess likete lowdleaving lA" J
ia* ISP U ii b "k" *l.#VI fS qE A BSAmom. R DSya hCouba, adeS

hobeM take advantage of $big oppor. ntBaimrPl.
... 47 9sni ii 'aoiif b e -0E F R ..

$1 7 U11011 O O tage.Fa sulry PI Ma*cs'' see M.S eab hoardNowExprek,

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PALATICA., s. 1808 WOON"6D,.ads woolp to euesdlaseaiiemw S ab arrM il

Idlreui au1 1i (0j CostQ.b3sndolly Ja. exAn u t Grniy p and su.
*11110 A55'q w LO AL dpeoptgbo &a 10194110 ta in$ do* toB
1..UI. W~lev S, tive Seaboi A~ror Eail.
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ItoMubrr 5;1. a 36ua, lr A.AmWmo l. A.t 94o vwrieJN TAW2 MDEN OUOVLLiN. EQUIP*
Yo. itse. V,~. L04 Beo$,y im.;09110:Vsmi tripM
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&a owals"?.1111 o#. no W A;SN. H. a Jaj ~jmILwrie 'f BULM& oasUmsiAIS Genea esne
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pu esh* eUAM ppl0e0 s WIN Aug.$1Ga.17 te) R a ule rosemuntick08. evas 0' me.N i o ast. ior late Palateest
1106.. rsiA rk.Ot. onF l e sd 3; DuUpER33. MORaId,
reeholle 0.3 5 3 ws 1302 .*3O BTI,. jWg StO p. Jmd S evllo
............... $ w oo 1046014 tc tsemof11ev 4 nd o.5;...-..... am HI tgh T1T. im T ableon ~,SaeJell Bs~lol ,
Mary Hague flakeft amovdsNo. 10.I~
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rot amu.1 30 yn- dJaer

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of Ir O. Onle 0 .0~1 w le~ o .Olle. 0360.31; l afiv Del Booa'.*
Wall1age $6.A la ke&NGoa leO I OW. ta 8;aflRa.A.L W.
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mew mills00- sAIMglkAt $2.961LI and T. A t Jame arreCuss, D. P
Dor et, Lm r ss. $1005m.T.. A.*Op- e ?a s .. o & i asig itoPis. Eqiiyy couplets Imbius, a". aii
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To lyeeoberooesv~las
Too Neow be* -s-a1bm tis pabe 4Solt
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a beetie of kIlIsud's M Ulowalm
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in.hepnlsmaeluleem ms ham
MO.-" hwekPL At efdutews
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It)Of a . .en f.

diplaiy advcrtWtWNOW "w01t:

*.-Week sun isan ei otg5
p pr. published eWI i "
ad m fbtalns anU 06 IW"
bsl, State and esetral, -a iW
pge free, to any rVFi d hVeMW
csOada, fur .oo00 a year-40 ada* .
swng bills become 4a r s etu
of advertibsment, aless et1hwh
inD contract. Parties tso Mwa to r.
ired to pay fat a4urtlig aI

Il be several days before the r.
eooown regardingl 4 O loteu.
amendment voted poMa esMter

said that mratriOmey l b
people up on bhih mIOsUtalt.
thley frequently fi'lerbit i
slid "

bhas been crooked work dise
d in the Havana eaIt0a booul.
probably be found that the *so
sban government It ls eobkd. .

bllletion Army lass ael tiha theI
keepers are the most OnerlOs
l. Hard knock for thebpreashe,
idea' practice what they prebh.

.J. P. Morgan hasbooght an old
lated Bible valued at $35,000
has paid $4,000 duty on it, but the
l are that he will never read it.

wood, Mo.. has passed an ordl.
making it a misdemesa or to
Plie within the town limits. No
i l rallies are held d ( Kirk.

itos D)nmnnt says that the prob.
akIs been solved and Mroplane
i be elaper than automobile.
hi h- Iv-a us to worry about bow
1 eh.,Arer.

:M Pi tterson, the wealthy Ohi.
l ;. ha* started a daily pa-
n I Il1 prntability he will find
a e#1f4-llve means for the distri.

lr"', t>..r alhniGh' will be
t *mo "sinkers" hereafTer, but
srh..r,,red flaid will still low
a. '. rpr. This will se doubt
i ;-fple who ara otbard to

by'v'. ,h.e Toledo is tIrts
brs way to the work-
nd the S tanard Oil
l. y resalise that To-
S" '$an flfty l ill" from

I t$n a millll dellaw
. f, *t ablieb olG ia Oete.
*/ that the job w I hae
S' 13 meet s, iaseesrd.
S, "'* *e**ao of *S CObs

Sun'a railroadhs de-
lt, **asome- m nte
S" a Peeylvte soaa et
, 1"th So it ws ig e*
'4., "-,as e l-




fif d ao e S tatslhe

' ~ as s1 eso"
** '"amd5Shbe b
ho ces. so
&boo. he @2

.aas q bsas as
as to no.m
-ar a b eseft

F. ,OO r ... ..N

1oi0 will be fomnd theo semi -asnal
aonment of e one-mill tax by
W. M. Holloeay, 8tate Superin.
at of Publiustructloa $U4.-
4 is the auibials apportioned,
hi is the larvget semi-anasal ap6
ponttioameut of the one*smill ftt in
.06 blatory of public schools in this

This amount of money is appor.
iiobted on the basis of the average at.
teodanoe of the State, wbhih is I8,
i, the same beino the largest aver-
age attpndanes for a year by several
thousand. The avere attendano for
the last seholastie' yar shows an nla*
eresse over the preeisein year obf
nearly six per eont. T1Is io indeed a
0Dt showing, at94 speaks well for the
edseational systln of Florida.
. Amount for apiortinnment, $89,.
00@.14; Rate per pupil, 92a.

'A w hua ..............
S l baw ....... .......
Bradford ............

Olay ..... ........
Columbia.. ..........
Dade .... . .....
Desoto ..............
D uO al ................
Frasklln ............
Ha tilton...........
*Iblborouih .....
Jaekson ............
LaFayrtte ............
Lake ................
Leon ............ .
PLe v .... .. .......
Madison ..............
Ma ............ ..
Marion ...... ........
Na sa ...............
Orange ...............
O Smolai.............
Paseo ................
Polk ............... .
Potnam ...............
8t. Johns............
St. Luciae .............
Sasta Roe ........
omter .......... .
Sowannee ... .... ...
Taylor...... . .
Volosia ....... ..
Wakulla... ...
Walton ....
W shingtoo ..... .

4.871 4.,0S1 82
727 OB 84
1.009 1.76M 8
680 6 O60
784 721 28
608 687 6
745 688640
2,504 2.803 o8
1.483 1,4 86
2,145 1,978 40
5,895 5,428 40
3,772 8;470 24
678 628 1e
2.889 2.657 88
1,510 188 6
510 400 20
.6"6 5.175 92
1,811 1,106 12
4,780 4,861 60
2,0660 2,728 90
777 714 84
1.846 1.988 2
w69 841 88
8,780 8,481 60
1.800 1,196 00
08 49786
2,9 2.680 28
1.425 1,811 00
4,761 4,890 12
1,068 9968M
1,l65 1.168 8
2.192 2.01064
827 76084
om ms
21.766 2.44 71
1,644 1.812 48
1,806 1'6 a6
475 48700
1.757 1.616 44
1.061 "961

104 86248
2,157 1.984 44
748 688 66
1,819 1.878 48
2.188 1.M9 76

,Total 8 881 $81,.72 44
Total amount for apportiou.
meat ...............682.02 14
Balance in fund not appor-
tioned .... .... 6 876 70
oned.............. . .$ 70

George J. Gould ate that a trar$.
eoatiental railroad of the United
States is assured. Meanwhile, how.
over, Mr. Harriman. by hblOsequltieso
of an inreaed interest a the Balti-
more A Ohio. appeared abe no be rueh.
ilg out for a trams-eoetlantal system.
A short time a*o one o e the leading
railroad men of the eooqtry-mot Mr.
(uold-deolared that tI twenty years
hbe whole railroad siteatlio la tbe
Soestry would be radically haegd
and that the situation the waWld hia
few asytems reaehlon from thie Aslia.
tle to tbe Paeilb. If thiN take phec
4 will be revolutionary indeed, for it
bea beo the Jedgmeat of the bet
pJIroad experience that she public
aWd the stekholder sold best be
served by making tbe iteWeeslppi river
tde g"at dividies ile of she railroad
eysasfo of the country This, for is.
Utap"., ha. bern a94 itll tbepolitye
of the pvosnlvalli Hallrond, wbish
habs tho far pPiisteaty refelbsl s0
elter lnt afe .lan of Psteadlag It
sypes beyond ab- Moet0ipi.

Mos'as This?
Weofrt us* hundroad dollars Frwood
g &ay awe of eearrtk% that aot be
gdl by IIlIl' Cetarthr Core
F. J. CSaxs a Co Toleded. 0.
We, she seersod .od khe k*owe F.
J. (~aey ie o T *N t ,s1 ****. *4 b*e-
eve ai h perf n k 'ls tis all
be tsee s e"asw aS.d *6esaeaflly
able ae iy t ** y nb o Nto' a' IaS e
by bb> GAoug*WaLO t K t vw ANA **
9. Whelba Dre-a t. To"td*. 0
g C a diees 0kto sea- t *e
"ad Os es *rfaes eof"she ev *- I
IKm..asla Ev. Is pa
tesP ameIV1A deaU e

Wednesday 1ais the opening
of the great 4ida State Fair
tampa, and tb",day will be the omeo -
brilliant and porvial one in the hi -
tory of the PA4iseof Flowers. A O I
hospitable elties of the Gateway
the Gulf haveolTeady made prepayw
Sooes for the aS and entertainment.
of thousands of FloridianS and visltoag
from other St,*, the latter of what c
will enome toI T pa by trainloads adStrong adn
visit all nectloas of the State in seareb ^H I *t SuT PIa, '
of permanent sones. Never before
has such an ad itisinRgcam'paia be-. 11 Stand teloa4
conducted in bhtilf of Florida as that '
which has juss been brought to a lose, Thh A way etThI e
by the Fair Amnlation and railroads,
and letters reeelved Indicate that the
attendance of hsgeekers will be I *
mense. The Isles Riven by the rall
roads from allo6ations are the lowest R
on record.
The opening day will be known as
*'Press iy," booorof the editorsof
Florida, and a tahore of the day will ST AC & Rl T
be the annual b" ques at the Tampa
Bay .Hotel In to j honor. This ban. (,etspOz 'te1
quiet will also ie attended by State EsEP VOT LE MGi
offleials, member of the Legislature
and other prolsenot visitor.. Gov. Abs trteU of Title and faull I te furnished I"
ernor Broward, promptly at the soon t_. Our manael eis
boor, will open the Fair gate, and ad. is thorosibly M with
dresses will be milde by other proml.
AenL statsmeS.' The parade and r 0
opening day will be unrivaled in their d
brilliance. Every department will be FIRB. ACOOIDNT, BUROLAtY AN INDZ4MNI
in absolute readleat at the opening seating a number of poae.1 ^ sAme rie"sa sa
hour, and the 1 'ir will appear to as RALTATS AND TY LO
good advantage"aon the eInsing day. W aX.1E3. V1 >k rAl
New buildings. pe other notable Ism -
pro vement s, upe bi h thousands of 1 COU L M %t L L
dollars have bee expended, will bet
apparent to those who attended the
Far last year., ALAOHUA COUNTY
The Florida tate rFair. owing to the
great success ahlered last year. has
become famous as the lfreatest fairABSTRA T O OMX
held by a single stal anywhere in the
country a faet la wihs every publie-. ICaWreAT?.
spirited Fioridl should tae pride. .
Every man, woWja and Ahild in the "
State should atsend.. They are as .
sured the best of aneommAdations at "The Title Is the First Ooasitderaon.'
low rates. We do an ezlolive AbstrMt business with fealllties for
INFORMATION ooneerln|g the Title to A y sad all lands tn A
A Cleveland girl wea e entollst INa ALL BU1INBU TRAM "ACTD POPTLY.
the navy. Mos girls sp willing, how- m .. ..o
ever, to Join t s 0 Svy a b marriage. U _WT.atL tmLD le**o

U ,111111 -D --- o

ipl&=f bSea Isi adb x oCo03
v.- e ,. -a- BSea Islan4 cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine.
r.,.a ,... T. Leather in BtripB or Bides.

S 'r o Manufacturtas of the James Doig Improved a i
Sea Island C otton Gin, and Supplies for Sem.

We Are flaklng a Special Loader of



CUrmS torr

stipetion t v
claturm l at
ocb live#
hrkiso by J.

AM o m g o

S fml am 94

I ce.. Chees N.V. *aa
m MiOI N NForAX Famli and Medleftal uN,. sad we guaranst (this whishe
he qual to any 1.80 whilsey oN the maraft

N Price $2.00 Per Gal
gspes. Prepad aId Jog F rnsated Vrss
All of our wLir wee re others eedl t* I etl eo ly with cotb
P- 8 8Ox Mira, r_ :for hlee lot.

ent to toe

a"""-. Do JOSEPH ZAPF & C
ir nauseate.
inch and Uv. p. 0
d chronic con. L- L ostl Phbw 4. Jteimje lks i
/ restoring the -- ....- .-. -.. -
on ofla m ViP% AM0% W0% tV'f~fA %~dr%

Wec UabU 8 ().

I I .41 5.0 cn *eam
0f C, b&Aftv *lo
64 4%* 4a0 oot .. Aw
fow..^w "4 a.4 da-s

a. ..*0- 4. bo




If You Are Insuried

as a Vm "I$& a s,*=
Wrntea itershib got pf u(O UulsWS-leS
lay LMe 0e I'vlsptiy

You Are Assured


w "ahh

$es0 be. SMbbl 0- twoesei

~&" spoe f tmoo *AMW w8.11


Lik I AN;"


I -




4~ Wvq

.JbF':- a l, ,me '' jv

am son ihe o4= siReid ~lmeto
have bow hrsaeiby .e oteiol.


of tthey *ostidwe w


b odshof eI" boah

M edIsISke trn1111uskfgse
spas behadsof eSer Atla c.

ONTTeeING A erPe9Te ea
of So~e 5.31of PrIs estGod
T wrte.'Aleui fearyM" s i.

Vytainlew .thn Jv t*won bows)..Io

6~ T G OI V a 0 I s e ael. o
had ~ stensofkd WO of thm
hIspere.I m ldt a
~1 have mtir hada repriesof ,
stosymto duing she Ufour

Owl? essed ofsaysav"ed, sdhear %O.
KesmOd care~. IsmevOnpr.

= eve lsevo hdarotor".ofdany o

Ese. weubleY *$. W. MOsIGN

We have the

xoluolvo Agpy




"sk* *rteed O0i.
Te~p Spial Spriqg.
Pm MaN? If ot1 Sat.


091 JIk tI

* writes: "1 MR IONsnow
* Lin.ent for o dl7. It
W nstihe bo MIto th nair maylde.

OmPeto C0Mfort.
Thur sone word to this paper
from MU. Lauber, Imasper of Tampa
Biay's ms elegant sad luxurious ho-
sael, The Tamps say, that that palatial
house will be opeto Fair sets Ias
pris rangng ael low $8 00 per day.
It will be oa re chasm for vieltorI ts
am rtheo splendid hmaolatr y of a
hoge" shot has a. pee Is the Soutwers
Sta alI pai al odvi led to eenOr
board sad lotalag there at he crliteol
pev ble momleat, b* writing or wirlan
I" Manager I for d~ela
inlmisd eepolty will be tazed to
*h ausuqt by the vast thrones that
will viit s Florida's asaIl eahbibitlon
of her ladirstloe. alivesed by Iamy
wi oederfl peelal Mehaosres for the ans
telrshlnseIt of ialers,.
At last 5.000 have bes espeadtd
o6 she Tamp. Bey Hotel during tbe
summer, ands oloe the days of Heary
1. Pleat I has over been it so oseol.
41a a seodion tol foruls ai perfect
hespitalty to tse inmate.
SIeamsh Live a Fe to Ambitiono .
YouTen sa4 soemplish very smsh
If 1oPr lier lie iotlive as yOU feel
dell, fear eee are heavy saod slight
eAution oeaause e you. OexI Less.
tire Telt Slrup oUmlates the lite
leu bowele sa d asheo ou feel briels
sad meis. Orleo Leuative Fruit g.
repdoes smNusiemor grip*eand Is
mild sad very pleit to bake. Or.
Io0 Is m elle ho'mpIlla or or-
disarl atelsel. Reftse aebstitueel.
J. W.meOoum i & OL
Stae Pob oat Tosm".
OR soear oat the Floeda State Mid *
Winer Fair as Tempue, Nov. 14tih so
lbh th Atluatise ouas Li e Railway
will sell tekos for me ale plus T
aemIe (Ileadlg sdmheeos eepol) tfor
the rea trip, Thes tiehete will bt
e aIe frIp poaiut aorth and west of
Are, Olmeasoelil:. Roeboleie, Haw.
thdro and PI aleth. itele. 6g she O
olats. Mne.&S, 18, IT. 1 a. It. tsad
Mth. Fron pole soth aof the above
poWiterd aie Iim lediaeg tho. 14 i
'14th and daitl tyhetof* seep" lies.
aeday mad 1da up1 to ad i eo4haEf i
Sall trins soboeeed to arriveIn Tap
bov mbe s iof iew .nb. aa at limit
leaving Tampa Nov. jah.
The Tamps Fairswtvr eewill be aw
a mel. tepu asle than he etofore
sa large t a" de will Pfro ee 0
po4se 4a Ithis pad e6er States. i awit
abe as .odasto **p*et s* ot a et!
all triedosB d a reew pleams sae-

Fall I oatrmlmas* be bad from!
all Aslastle (O tme usspoeta oroIn
Fisab C. 9beyha. DMVW etPam""n~
Ago*. Sb Ashah ONO LineJusba..-:
V1ts.. Fla.
po. met tBmlbs lb"Aahe.
ibk* Iz%4 &UadbeWS% 14opAem isrt,
tbra L~ive M ..sob so 00 8emb"k. a
~t 121011ad ot sea fkb4 au. end
"*Am8tnw 1 a al *



To the magy CUSto-
mers that we disap,
plated Thrwdey by
beiq dlyW with
their w :rk We wil
try W4d eatch up om
the 5th of tils month.


we the ARI-mob lb. p


laf~t?" Vpk f-Ia?!. imp
A fte" s ed @ WVt 1000 WN

..^.. .~,

Tk mm has wup m" d c di
The .silmdmof sb !Adoih sIel mn

Hmis lo asWa.
Iamurwmmb 8.8 t5yam wil W l Sdh eather ofthe
Awen mse' *siw ab"jmnsml bw &doig nd the
6 m*ad ~el n -h

-4.I ~tnAA1

~ w~ -~ unrW57j

German 6 or' Seriously We.4dd.
Ktalw4fl-No r"rd, Russila, Nov. C.
*-Colonel ostberaoff, of the YIborg
re lment,.af wjich the German empe-
rotr 1 iMorV3r commander, was se-
rioisip weoaaed by a bullet fired by
* member of his own command while
the Soldiers were practicing volley fir-
t1g with blank cartridges. It is
said that the ab6t was fird ace-
Robbes and Citizens Battle.
New TI*k, Nov. G.-A Portand,
Me., epeeai. to the World says that
* d operate ig2 t took place In the
Weter of the city at midnight between
four highwaymen and three street
railway conductors. Two of the oon-
dWCtors U 'tP' fatally slashed with ra-
sore. A Suob of 500 followed the,
robbers ad captured two of them.
,Sand aand Gravel Values.
Washlteato, Nov. 6.-According to
a ballet 1suned by the United States
geoIogical .rWty, the total produc-
tion of efald and gravel Ia,1906 was
23.174.Wt' short tons, valued at $1.-
0l1,iiO, a"a sins'46.1;47 port toa,
valed at N 8,810 I 1904.

Tk greatt Headac.e CUi.

Bromo -Pepsn
'*1 the Werd I Ptol."

On the Spot.
h O0lb absolut.i BiuL
AD IUwIrmta* W e ae Me.
J. W. IMOLLUAI CO., brumlst
Oor, IL Ma a" al"ae Is.. lossmef, Ia.
Notlee Ie hereby jitae that J. J
Haymse,,parehear of Tax Oertleaste
No. 449 dated the Sth day of Jose. A.
D. 1Q. has led amid eertlflese In
a *ee 1 and has Made app'oleston
for tat deed to e t* I etoe-ordane
with ls. Maid oetoleate embr.eso
siM hlb lptn deserlbed property sit.
goted is Alehuo s eowty. Florida, to.
Nw3j of 44.or Lot 10, 8ej 22. Tp.
11, 4 1. 22-40 aeter.
The said lad being sae swod at he
debate of the taeensw of eseh e-rlfleste
It the same of J W. Lasoutsr.
Dl *teesaid oertlSeae shall be re.
deemed seeofmin teto w, tax derd will
suee othereoh on t.iR 7th day of De.
member, A. D 1508.
Wites ear nielal elinature and
e this the 5th day of Nnlvmber, A.
D. I". S. H WIXNOKR. OCrests Court Alachua
Osnity, Florida.
pd By M. CHBVLS, D 0.


Raim aad Jobte, Ia


Staple and Fancy Grocer .
6rSa. IGardai Seed *B Frtliztrs,


I I (Afl4UVlLI.blt

Highest$ market pries paid for Ohleoms. Ife nd other P'rtduco

A Oomples. Siseekof 1Hog (Osm O0a Four la NealOttoi. ',,
and We haad ow the !dT N oods t She Lov.
Emmusestea b~ s oml v



S. Hi-Tb Lrluovi sobbdule fares re puIbbbe4 onlyub sftorso. aa&Ware nt, g

two TwrtZuLm Twnsaizi Stno, 34 3.3ND
Lv fs'kmonvllle ............. ft WT5035TI P
Ar"aiouIL .............. "TI lOP Is I
At Gvesesnrwo ......o. 10 12Us 1 Up
4f ........ ..... ..n 160 1s
At mo.S........4110 45)5
4r :aroWii. .......... 35 GO"p1
Irr Fm s...... ho93as5 993op
ArNew York... 4 12p6 OW
2U~bOUON 'YENLAN1OVI 0 15 KT no-s
Em hekolmwovio. ..... 5..3. 1y
LT sasaftash ..... - so Ru sh
At ow mis .. ..... ......,A Ab5. ho. Ry 6 it
At r~v.N.C..... S &17
A 9 wr. .. So. mylUMP
At Laoinvll ......... 8
At 9% Look ......*p..
RZOOOPUS D[ining OArTSerese. on All
Throogh Trains.

OStarS ND wO
1 .e9.:::.
Ar m c................. ,
Ar AMJ- W ............... ...
Ar le oes.......... ........ ...So I,
Ar D am ...... .......... ..... ,
Ar lM asorMS ................ t.,
A r [oAIfgan. ...... .. ... '
Aw si0l"8 & .......... '.. .
LAv V~asm u................. I
r A*'***
A r Ct ieefo ....... l. M.I,.L
LAT UmslmO ....... .._ C c'" ,
Ar T M t ... .... .. ... .. l,, .
Ar nearui5... .I

A r Lomomrue ......... .....
A r A main*@ .... ...
A r Weushkb ......... .....
At Kamw Of -- .

Eb s P ................

111 ,C I.
So ~

no. 34--New Yat WA lla a3nr~DaW yP.~allwasmwiBlouIovm
Ie Tamp% MA iJaesaavtbe to Now yo.
53W- m i~W i batc 0PhUwM&Limhei." Daftw POMM"bsas IWu lM OM ~
*101I106 Ad vll.Not Sra ueibaiIm if
Ma W- iad aft W!W 5x1y qyj mp.og sfI *ehDay cosrbeo at-!
asJenv ttoomwit 3prm .vhemfbas. beal t,
JAIR. VRMAN. 14.tOqI. es~tee Age*%. Ho %"v, Imay st jackupsium In*
IL11-3 UA DW IMC. p T 14 It. TAYWSL .QP. A 0 3. A LLLMA 0I




H as Tabulate.

~~ Speed wr-i es abs WOsi
UC" t0 FPa"-shole. Man Fvr~lbs

THE 801, fGaniuesvlll.


.4~. A.

f .A




. I

.., ..*,: '

*. -* *

I .

or :;y


vatua Wo e

potheotry t
up the amumauo d e-tm"nt
ber of satms o e ths ea-

*0lobig1 wimh ,h Mer.
Sdrecit ofned to invtulite
*P^ ri;loctla Utmber of
ag rn o frs will

pbig form thof thent ngat
Sl.*berge add aledt the preMS-
te e the Mattve os byMr.
sij there Is t pre de t a-of
liid otter pol cybolders' aof w
61 4 with the Matual on
19H., whioc charges Mr.
has declined to b favetiatey
esbly form thed baors ir tics
'r-S r addressed tou t ., ne
We dio the exef tive oomaiUt Mr.e
Sathere is tilt bopl Mltr so.
$alt Mers. Pubode he. o.
d otherr, s e a rmelt of wbtl
I klh declres to be & o"1 o rcy.
ease was placed before tatsVret.
O hFy Jeome on Ost sme.*

Osp et-e wh Phl mpe eso erwd.
,w do st khw of a tmpt lou I,
oe "es ay oruebtute o erlted. .i
o orMeopllumAo. who fel.
SNosUar sUa Ter m*4 bwu koeak-
me sobihse gid eolds porte" ,

stee,. The neees hruck him on
he0 tead tho swlthun ghom. Va.
paparftion wbktb moil ea*oui
Ile utheat refrtue reory fato a
. A for woley w'sleMe obbd Tar
ar f eap sa aur se. lt olered. J.
1Me0aolloai 0O.

3Proakfort, Ky., Nov. *.-sJo*..ori

atmt The asTO strok hia on
t0e had wRtt It alaabot. n Fi
10 *a tery. frightenln g&Ay hlam
00010tt;wh Who Wer-b-ot sorobbery.
"d Oan hise perme. tre. in
of mob vlolnee If the aegros*

, nite SIteso Apple Crap.
New York, Nov. -The apple crop
i the United 1tae hbas Just been
s limaeed to be 16.120,000 bushels.
Ths is 11,625,.000 barrels more than
e 108 crp. The estimated crop
As iew York state is 4.090.000 bar-
or 1,0),000 barrels larger than
m may kther state.
Fu. ht for a Gun.
tIelbyrille. Ind.. Nov. 6.--4l a
gOntle over the possession of a rifle
blpk Varansrall, aged 44 years. was
through the thigh by a playmate.
Close, anl 13 years. Va
ildlwe says lbe shot wa fired wht,u
b efuased to let go of the rife.,

All careful

Woman w ho W, t f.r vm .s-
vUyhosmita,'vo siil all sliftra.
am dee hol filiksit-tt, 11rwith V&l

t~o UThe b ivr hoD Iwatci.
at Ce1 MtO.. w%

&M 't rw CL

2 ST.LUmw ML


"Bleek Hand" Umee Dynamite.
New York, Nov, e.-Unsuccessful
In their allege4 attempts to black-
mail Franelsco Moel.A, a prosperous
tailor of prooklyn, members of the
so-called "Black Hand" society. 'o
the police say, hUrled a dynamite
bomb against the front door of the
tenement house la which he lives and'
conducts his btuanes and caused's
damage of $8,000 to the building aod
surroundlnag proper,. Scores of peri
Jions felt- the shock of the explosion.
but no ose was injured. Following
closely a half doase similar outrages
Is the oae aneighborhood, this attack
has sprqd terror among the poorer
malio. ussday iaht detfcte ar-
reestod thee mea who described them-
selves Prak and Antonio Passea-
maust sad Baldasel Panalfe.

Made Happy Foer Life.
GOr t happlsos same into he home
o 8. 0. BlaIr, school superitendemss
at It. Albano, W. Vs., when hi little
daughter was reored from the drea
fal somplansl be aames. He says
*My little daughter had 8. Vitu'
dase, whisk fielded to po trealmenO
bu rew steadily worse. as, tll as a
1ast rloetl we tried le0trle Bittllen,
mad I rejeoe to say, thees bottles ef-
tweed a complete ure." Quole, sere
seae for mervues eomepldate, gseral
doebili. fereale waknesaoes, lpov.
ehe blood a&d alarls. Oearsa-
teed by all dre store. Prieo, 8B.
Pinaneler Joins Labor Unlon.
New York. Nov. S.-Jacob H.
fthbiff Runday became a member of th
Journeymen Btose Mason and Betters'
wn!no. No. 84, of Greater New York.
' .., financier took a pledge sot to
work for lem than s0 cents an hour
and never to have anything to do
with a non-union Jab. He was In-
itlated by William J. Skinner, bust-
neos agent of the ,union, and thea be
got his card. The formality of mak-
lll Mr. Schiff a union workman was
ueoemar) before he could lay the cor-
aerstore of the new synagogue of the
irst Ithunarian congregatilo of
Obob Seodek.

There's No Use.
Talkleg, ye e' al best HieOrbe for
thliver. The greasaet regulator ever
offered to sufferis houmalty. If you
afler from liver eemplaisn, If you are
bilies ad fretful, i 's your liver, and
Herblee will at It is i It proper eon-
dlloD. A positive sare for eoatlipD.
tics, billoomece. dypepela. ad adll IlIl
due so a torpid liver. Try a bottle and
you will never use satistag el*I. 8)Id
by W. M Jobaeon.
Hoerrr Caueod by a LoeeM Rail.
Allantler t'lt. N. J., Nov 6.--
Corsoa Caskill anoaced 4uadSy
isght that 'ap-rt la.I l e lpky had
decided that a lmt rail aused the
accldea on the l'euasylvaalma raltrad
at the "Thaoro hsar'" draw bride oa
last MSwday. In which ore thas 60
peratia tso their lhee Thbce mre
bad bees at work uandalag the
bridte* sad 'ar* all day. The datattl
of thc4r dterovery tre set mlade puth.
ie The tteqet will be eomtlnsu .,
and grapptrer who a d work failed ti
lead the body of the aldelas boy. Jo-
*ophb M"eroy.

There is Ntoe fear
Why yerotbaby sould be ihis.&aed
froofel doeling the sillbo Worms a,.
Shv eases of hIbisook ITbabl I Is is
namiural tabsoa healhby babi eoeld bet
het and sleep *#It. M14peerboby dose
Not w Ictas tefo". oft'l eaperimess
wi rithOle seess"d s*bor meiteune,
beut uT a boletel. .1 Vhtt& sCrft
voumilves, MAnd"aewi~ll sonaweyfer
baby bov a weeseeMAed I agi s Ibs 6 m
"WanidhW 0.Joelftn

jm~ U" 00 SdalomeisWale s
"Id-st sabb, el l

s i04 bg ,. p.,ot
WttWqe e spr e4 sdent
B .n. ,sile Header.
Sapwood, *ILr- Vice
iwident s. D. A ught. or
NO* QueOd ; Second Ite Pes(4snt
St-. A. H. Voorhees. ofila g an-
g0ss; taodlga Secre6un. Jno.
P. km, of Ilaahiami- com-
*004We Seretary Mim Alude Wash-
iltWd- Rapley, of St. Louis; Tres-
ure Mrs. James Y. Il4 of Nor
* olk; Cmutodto of the Close of Hon-
or Mrt. 8. E. Gabbitt, Otf Atlanta.


S lib any at Ip ts4i@mo

Isi topu7~u bid IDbatwo re ft
the ja smurwry ve wui".

410111111 wmw41 mialkw. olIses.
Ow sia t h oe' aij 1. a
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a.a e. If 5C1M3

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Mt toDoj,

o .ery boun timer. ib b
/79 furssce failo to
r NI ditway 7 be it room on
60 "90r' NOrO, e having no heat
r nebaI h~~. ae aliwa. No mat-
ri 4M pst g ti hou b M room or
ha Nwn ^W NW* 1-,si cooXy with a


f "W Heater l

Unlike ordinary lO heate1'4tih Penelm gives satisfactiot
always. Phint md foremeat t is aholdaly uafe-you cinnc
turu the wick too high or too low. Gives aItense heat uhuiu
smoke or el beqas equipped with smokeless device.
. CMa bbt iely r to o fom to roomsa. Asn
Sto opeIMe a 1 p Ornamental well a useful.
M n two e d u oil fount
atifal embossed. Bld 4q of oil and bu 9
Shores. There'-realfmtf Jtns i a Perfection Oil Heter.
S ey heater warmated. I otat your dealer's write our
unrest ageIncy for dcrip rlar.

S^We. &01w"a aeeraur tedy -
,M11d wttU latest
N~' lmuwm1f. mOfrlated
wam "giyy^M I
ff 11"

48. .: GuMAfA, emeet
ow.. W. Hi.a., VIwe.Neies

Lu. GRANAN. Awli. Cs

Always Wa i ftk.
Wheo&a mao y. he aAlways wu siek,
troubled with a cough tha t Ja t*d all
oiater-wh l would oo think if be
should ay hbe never was ek s*lose
Walia Ballplrds Horhboond Syrup.
SBe a man exists. Mr. J. 0. 01ark,
Delar, Colorado. writees 'foe yers
I was troubled with a severe
*.so tb )h would Is all win.
o.r. This eoogh left me In a
miesable editiono. I tried Ballard's
ebeooed Syrop and have ost had a
lel day slaes. That's what isdid for
me.. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Killed Wife and Himelf.
Trenton, N. J.. Nov. e.-Dnlel
Weldon, aged 68. Suandy shot his
wife, Mary. and then dent a bullet
I130 bis own head. It Is thought
both will die. Weldob's daughter
was recently murdered by her husband
aMd brooding over this trouble is sup-
posed to have unbalnsoed his mind.


b hwile 1*y Hums N a *r Whe
anDne re Is nasleasted.
lealekin It admired the world over tor
Its softne and glosulnees; and yet the
human hair is equally as soft and glossy
whenm helthy: and the radleal cause of atl
thit trouble Ie dandruf, whieh Ie caused
by a peetfeous parasite that sape the
vitality of the hair at its root Newbro'e
Herpleide Is the only preparation that Is
fatal to the dandruff germ. Without damn
dru there Is no frallin har, but a lux-
wuaSt Tvowth of tlossy. soft hair is mhe-
taln. Seourln the sel p on't oure des-
drn Kill the dandraul germ. Thew.
ands of wamen owe their .bautttol sets
Ot hair to Newbre. 0 Mod by
t0e1leg edr9 e1 to, fthi staian
to The 1er1ielda Co., ~ .Icft,.
5. 3. siud A Ce., isewaAl A-1

Thepe i aHt tr insh< efishi8n
l a s Sw u t ai dvufr
4 #Wuy 1 a Int pa rt. tsR
OIrv"" n1'enr'aautkir svuvnkt

Cr+ ^A- W3DBINK 'T.. .P

w'r-T -TiT


Aincommecea ouseof ONZ FARE plus NeMosta o J"taeksonv0 41)
for %he pablie,&ad one Ou per mile for msiay opnesS brat-r'~
Etste apply freeall Ar..ey Bjasiome on lebmawd"1in Floritd*8. Iq'*'
November so, .8a4 O ; Isablimit, all Mehe, November L.11 -19"'

JAS. F. ?TA'IWR. a. 0. 5OY~nION. J2
TMsvIig ?ssger Agent. AM% 008*1 Pa".'
Tamps. VUa. jiwk'.m
Gmeorall Pssseaer Asset. fig oamd



-..+ -.- _. -.. .. .

N0 CRUAM feaw hat sr have aWms the ApsO 1W V-

youl WMmaose m be sbftId r

J. A. OODWIN, Thke Ap".

Capital ........$. .............. $60,000o 00
Surplus and Undivided Profita... 80,o000 oo
Doer eOsdt rl ab beelea, lWh fite1ee eqal wor my askk In she Sae
lse eseesa amns eiesehsawl OineMll. eaO. labmte tasowed
b remita eeremae All adlisieW1reintAll
U. 3. TAYLOR. 'an

^6 11 N bed 1S ur7>.

eooe1e04 on fae'mele 4e1in Ihe eelttINo B uml eoUeit8 rn. '
e0oee v ableg oleti lllta l odWoo ae

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