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 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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'h. one of this fast quarterback figured RCSPITC GJVEN FOR DINGLE DAY -

can be safely Mid that the Com jof Rawtinpa; and lit ore Ta .

modore'had it on the Indians In form ... -. Be 'PostponedHangings .
COMMODORES In the biggest sense of the word but BY ,CITY OFFieilLS AtJa.ntao: 2f--s......:,G, Rawl '. :,qY. CHICAGO BLACK!
there were two departments In which ... ,, Inp"wJJJ b i I sIeneed: Tuesday. December .

tbe eastern team showed especially -. 10 ., 4.t Intend of.Monday De- ..:.':" -
eat Sarprisj Uncorked'la the strong one of these the forward( pass Because Street Car f cembcr* 3. -, *,......'J. ., I4fe% .For Discharging!
and the other tbe retire work of the rRefused Company ._ Alf(; )t pore''' vlll be hangedton, Tues Negro Trop'

Wonderful ", ends. Vanderbilt could do nothingon I to .* ." .. da,.. PeeeJ.1ti! k. <4.< instead. of Friday, x Involved
end plays but made all those substantial November :rfb. ..-' ,vOovcrnor ,
COMMODORES gains of &5 and 10' ", :
a SHOWING OF THE yards IM Terrell signed an order '
through tbe line which was easy for OBEY NEW CROW" LAW respiting Rawlings for none dayt' and BROWN'SV'ILL TEX RO;

Mauler and his mates Alf Moore for
'//ft'". Redskin Outplayed .from This young star stormed the. Indian General'; Mnaperof Car Company anda Tbl action was takeu..: ".. 1ft defer- Negr0es: lDeclara that
bulwark a. If !it < Chicago: Wl
wree there
,7S nee Fo the requests from mlnrwte sand
Whistle' .
to Whittle Vandy Playing
and usually made Score of Employees Were Arrested ' Tki'One of
a gateway with others who will attend the souil Discharged Cc"ipanV:
'_ Magnificently In the First Half-In.dlana enough to count. Not a fault could Temporarily Jli-orgftf' la
But the Matter Is conference 'which will ba and Support It Until Roosevelt: s.
W.,. Stronger In Second. bo found with the work of the other Settled Injunction session lit Valdosta Kov. 'Z3* to.j3S:!
by Against City. Injustice' of His Order..
Commodores but Bob
Wake Munler 3. adjourning on the nigat of the latter
Nashville, Tenn. Nov. 24.-for and Colton were'on with the real article )Montgomery, Ala. Nov, 24.-Because d.,.. -\ . '..*,; .. ; Chicago Nov.' 21 .-Twoiecroesv

the first time In the history of football of the refusal of tbe Montgomery Thus tbe murderers of tae Carter In Bethel African
., an eastern team invaded Dixie Hob make excelled the great Mount Traction company to obey the new I children will get brief respites because I. episcopal church on Thur _. ,
.'. find this alone made the day's event Pleaaant as tars., goal kicking proclivities "Jim Crow" law every car operatedwas Qt the sentiment In Vadosia) severely criticised President '.
'( .Important enough without VandurblU4C are concerned for the Indian stopped Friday morning by the and among the ministers against twp for dlrcharging the thrcof ; :

IJT vtlna XMxio's first Invaders. halfback broke down;on an attempt arrest of the motormen and conduc banging* taking place while the conference . negro troop Invol.cj (j t
had the Commodores"ACne down la tbat might have made good. This tors.Soon is In session.Following Brownsville Tex.: riots
defeat Instead of winning the battle member of the Dlake family was not tbe streets Mere filled and these hangings tbe prison In a personal letter to t";*

by 4 to 0. the game would have been alone In outplaying the Indians for traffic stopped altogether The ffrst commission' will meet on I>ec. A .and !p. resolutions addre j t
Use greatest ever witnessed on aouthern no matter If the opposition fixed' Minaesota "man arrested was General Manager; or C and decide: the fate of the try war department the ma: < : 1
gridiron, but the victoryover 17 to 0, and performed ether Ragland. Within an hour 'there werea boys. Milton and Jesse Rawilngs. In urged the reclnding of th,) a-

the Indians, a team before the notable stunts, the whole team of score of employees' at the police whose behalf strong appeals-.for"'- xecutlvq .' As an indication of tie
", call of play conceded to be practically southern college has It on th Indian station and the docket was crowded clemency have been made* their feeling in the n- t

the champions of the ease. make bunch without doubt. with their names. spokesman of the negocth r
Vanderbllt's win the most glorious Coach McGugln was overjoyed with Mayor Teague is opposed to the law Police Chief Shot to Death.West .. }t.Chicago would take on rt

since tho organization of a football the outcome, and Hurry-Up Yost, which was passed over his veto but Point, Ga Nov 2t. -Jamie" CQfupanle. and support it r
team In that institution. from far-off Michigan was with him is enforcing it to 'the Uter.I It re- 8. Johnson a merchant of Lanett. the'prpsldent cornea to sc) u
However the attendance In com In the gladsome frame of mind. qulres'lbat every CAr sh.all carry either Ala .shot and Instantly killed Chief 'kfceyof his step.
fjarthon with the greatness of the con Vanderbilt ha. worked,. out. aa whites or black Exclusively and be' of Police J.: W. Jones, In LnneU, 'fc' Revolutions were adopt" J f. '
stet fell way below expectations. To achievement that no other southern labeledwhite" or "colored." Thursday afternoon about 4..o'clock. forthcoming visit of Sen _, r.
:put the figures at C.OQu would be ex. nor ,many of tbe teams of northern The car company asserts that It is The shooting took placo In' front of- jam to Chicago, cut c::.. :
-eeetllngly generous yet the ... m- Habitation have been able to do, and Impossible to obey the law, aa they the Lanett Company's 4rng store.Nothlifg -ttI\Q.II Chicago negroes to cos r _
a 'lago made up In enthusiasm what It all honor 1* duq McGugln and bU have not enough cars is known as to the cause of eelvee during the event
lacked In figure. men.The Those who were forced to get about he tragedy. *. ,
When the Indiana ran out on tho victory is sure to change football the'city bad to walk or hire backs. Jobn fJOd gave himself up to ,.he city 23 Sailors Lost In Storm
'told' wrapped with blanket, as was I history And hereafter Vanderbilt After delay of an bour an injunction marshal but. fearing: that the friendsof Buffalo. N. Y. Nov 25; f .3 r
the wont of their ancestors: when} tho will be feared In tbe dope anyway allover was granted by the city court on Jonbs might attempt violence, he of Wednesday night and T . ;
early tribes resided In tepee In the the country, let }Harvard Yale the ground that the law could not be requested that be be sent to the county the great lakes caused a hcji.
wild and woolly, they were greeted and other big ones be what they may. kept and traffic, after a ,long delay, jail at Lafayette which Was done. vessel property and S3 llr T
:with cheer of Juat aa great volume was resumed It pruvedpto be one Mr Jones had t been on the police barge Resolute sank off T::: -o a
'ss were the Commodores', when they NEGRO FORCED TO LEAVE COURT of the moat Intense developments of force for four years, and was a very 'six men were drowned T_ la-
,y appeared a few minute later. -. the race question for manyyears* al- efficient officer. Mr. Johnson l l& a Athens probably! lost off 8O. :,V
The band which marked at the Because He Obected to Lawyer's Remarks ,.,though there was no conflict and no son of E. C. :Johnson ex-treasurer r . with eight men A.J> ( -_

'r head of a horde of Vanderbilt rooter About Vagrant Olacka.Knoxvtlle. ,,.sort... of bloodshed.. of ,Chambers county, and ia prominently the Athens however, baa: t:.: 1
3>lrrdHiawatha.." that Indian ballad Tenn. Nov. 24.-Hearing ' II... connected. abandoned and tugs aresrs-: -:
L so popular several years. ago. testimony In the alleged peonage' Eighty N.w P.......,. Erie for her. Thla la the :. .
;let all of this demonstration never cases of R. n. Oliver and other was AtlantaNov. 24-According to Information They Killed Each Other. loaner: The Hurlbutt t .

Affected" the expression of the etolldredskins concluded in federal court here and I received at tbe federal prison Dublin. Aa. Kov. 24.-Charlie Lake Crle the C. B Hill,,. t ::: '
nor did it change a particle argument was begun. every arrangement baa been madeto Gardner a white man slut A negro. Lake Erie the Athens' n. 'z
during the contest from the time they tlenera J. R. Penland. United accommodate and receive some BO whose name Is unknown,, shot and Lake Erie. the Puritan" c-- -: .
,entered Uie Ram, with a starting States district attorney)', opened forth new prisoners who are expected to killed each other at Mr. Cicero Reach Lake Huron the Comfort t ::' ::J
Tush until they quitted the field a prosecution speaking one bout. arrive at the penitentiary While man'e mill, near Rockledge a few St. Claire riven The C : -;J
He said title was the first time In it was not stated from mile.
"vanquished aggregation; : what point below Dublin., After quarreling stranded on Lake Erie f-y f
Vandr took the battle purely on the history of* the stale that such a these men would be received it I* the day before they<< met when a damaged by storm l-.:-j: ( ?
:form and although the feature was a case hail come to trta). J. II. generally believed that there will be both caught the other by .the .shoulder Resolute fpundered cff: T V :
surprise to thousands. and will fur Plants opened for the defense making -. at least Woe party from the big prisonat with the left '"hand, and placing the Pere Marquette No, 1C "v
nlsh dope for many a day Vanderbilt an able specccn.<< Columyus. 0. where Uncle Bam their pistols to tbv..etb...'. breast Lake Michigan the echo: - .
During a vigorous arraignment of boards so many of his prisoner with fired three sbota. -
outplayed her opponents from whistle ... # The negro fell ashore Lake Michigan:. ?
to whistle and everyone la wonder the vagrant negroes, Mr. Frants was that state institution while It Is also dead but Mr Gardner lived aboutan lor. missing Lake fnjr jut bow It was mpU.b.d.In..tbe' interrupted by a negro, who waa sitting I believed that there will be other prls hour. His bom> In Dainbrldge
first half when the total In the ('IUU1'rOOld.. The negro" f opera who will arrive from Oklahd- Ga. .. Contradicts R. carts.
I $"olat> were turned up Vandy had protested against Mr Pranlx' declaration ma and the Indian Territory. Among e New .York Nov. 21 ". '
everything her own way and the ball .. Judge C. f. Clark. presiding these latter are generally quite a Vessel Lost With 14 Men. Alg 'rn 1n H. Crapmey, :,f T _'

was tn Indian territory for fully SOtulnuie ordered the negro removed number of Indians who are sent tots CJuebeo. NoV. 24.-A vessel, supposed whose *n>pen>lon or her._ -
of the half which was done. The Incident created federal prison In that they have no to be the bark Magdo. has been Has ben .confirmed by t" r-
a furor and It was some time state Institution. There are now some lost on Red Island -
After a failure at a kick from placewent. reef with all onboard Episcopal I cqart or rtvr: :J'
fob lltake got In the deadly before quiet was restored. 43ft prisoner at tae penitentiary' In She ( crew of 14 this cMy Thursday with '
work that will make his team famous Attorney Vrantx explained he meant south Atlanta this number being men. When she sailed from Quebec of ronsnltlng with Kdard. *.- ''
Tor years to come The half endeil no reflection upon aegroea a* a whole much smaller than usual. she carried ae pilot Charles Pel of his counsel' r:
4 to 0. and*so fierce and bard fought but upon the vagrant das, which better of St. Michael. PelUMler has coatradlcted: a report tapoiy )
c were a nuisance to the negroes as General Manager of Q. &.:C. I not been
was the play In the second that the landed anywhere and unless to *a civil court f_: a
.onnt! remained unchanged.In well.. a. the whit people.Urooklyfl Cincinnati. Nor Si.. -It waa aaI I lie baa been carried to sea. the must' taklt c the gronrleleelAstJcal

this last number the Indians nottaced here Friday that.JloraceItaker. Indications are that It,. I* the Msgdo court whit h r
made a imwh better showing, and theConmo4oree Bridge 'e Saf. general superintendent for the which struck on Red Island test aad oa"'11ta, heresy charge -
New York Nov t4.-- Major Me southern district of the Mhivoart Pa that she '
were keyed to the highit went down withal! OG board. rottftttMted. lisle pr,
Clelian.- untie Commissioner Stevenson title. with headquarters at Littler .
tension throughout tw.aty-fit* "--' tf4.000.000 lee cnoae1tatinwith "
'" and Chief engineer" IngersoB. 1 Rock Ark hue De'M appointed w.: +
minutes in that desperate effort to general Stilt
en, Hand. Dr Crapey will !.."<> a
preset the Indiana from Mooring and of tfce bridge di artmnt. united manager of the queen and CrN.t'cat San rraeiclsco. Nor. za.-wlt.ta meet on lice e, < a a '
fa"' .s.
Th..rdar in aaitag that the llrooktyn railroad to
thusmatte system succeed W.
: the four point already 14,000,004 still on bUd to be devoted however; wtfl cot be a: -
gained good They aueseeded. act bridge wee entirety safe and able to Garret. who recently resigned to a.e--. to the ":.Ief of the refugee It t v Ul .Vxtvw; "h:"
bear a mwca larger load than it has I +t the vice presidency ,
the 0" .I laetration which then broke I crt tae Seaboard stated that the relief commute: 'boa
.loose .'n Dudley field was ttnparalleled ';I lad to carryIt eeeni that GeneralManager Air lne.Southern held several executive a.**iotf to de- P ti*. Arrest Insa4 :
At the call ut lime the fieldo \ CaMerwood.! of the IlrookJya terrine what shall be .... with UI Nrw York, Nev. :.
c vam* a solid mas* of howling a4u Rapid TreaAlt. company to whom was I 0."", ... Methedlsta.Waco. hoe..*, H fa Ulned by the dtrwr-' "flaner. 8t yeere oW a
dams< who borv the ....u... la triumphant attributed the story dM net mean to Te. Xov :t..lthlUa"op tore oTth relief work that the aecea rtselatrKl. has informed
proewloa to the clubhouse. convey the Impresataa that the bridge tattler XVtleon. of Chattanooga ally for trocsi work baa passed except ..** a nWsln "frnmarreeted
The bU was la danger of euHapsiag. Met ae Traa. preelding. tae Souther
new that was placed In suck ce>ee aa can be tales carr. of cleaars sad ebssta....
the totter of the taste tnttKMsg ...*.a was afraid that toy could not ma Herman Methodist naf.rece con- by the rcU<' rtaurlty sirgaaUaUoa.MSA'S mdajr ever '
to ring a few weeoed after the hIwlal.I. any more train tit ear ells the bridge posed of tie state of T...* sad the> tae ...rtee of'ttreji w... 'h
.ree'e t l.w aad tae Mat sets HI r Name His Death Kaell. !M.r .ttl a........ did eves
that caste lo the ears ut tKe |)KMt.aada cad derailment here. ,The ttaalerenee wttl eoaQaue Markavftl. Ira .hh ,
Kov. 2{. .. rlaatrr
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they wended their wax from the l Mttt Sunday. K4tMM.toeaI matters.reporta . CkateUla .t .
sfeot .feast
wan sad VBted aad 1lhLtbeJt an :
freeae of >'*. wo. tae giaavoea peal* Centred fee Snip Hawk.. I of preacher aa4 os.e a otaerbwslaesw > robe Mket CaaleUta by aaegre Uy'. Tfte fotfte .*"
e f tale svew hM heard ..*ee up turn*. 11deta. n. .C...Nov.-SI.vete .- I'd- will k* traaeacttd. tiled 1 by' two coeniietakme. oo**a c peblle MeipJ | arie>e4 flee He- sad :J
Ton !tattle KW was a ree. *.* st.* tense MeUeo .
a* *Meexhibition i> City **y. I revs Tae aegro asked the trio Ioee f sal that ae rose pre" ::: ': vet .
of fotrtfeatt. aad the oalythltg tae MMrae *ae the 1te114. assess Beigsrta.t Jew. ef ,.-... ware named. tae other hare.. -a
that raarred 'll.C'ho perfovmaace ....flexleaa .........M.n"'- C&le Bwtoareet Itorae4aNov.. 24.A .-' aad _. .* aiAr
*<- vMg ass aa.w... M > at asttaeTOre at" r
the several ttHnVlee taaa etttaM. NKr a reftrtoal against eke ?w
leak Tbereday. Oaaaea I BvlgarUa
W i -.t ISM sop *f ttbe ...d of 14Mt &14. ..I. tae *"
OIl' d"....q tae game, \\.& an e-t already Mg e4 tfc* coat,..., Tie ao esr .et u .......... s4..... ..... ...'.a..... aa Cttmeetala.Wo Ue Sari !!
the \>ad"r 4n leans put %p * .
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M I The Great Inaugural .Sale 1-::Prices'iewet, ; Always.for Quality.the

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Continues with unabated interest at HYDE'S. Weather conditions cat no figure in our business-we are Always bu<*yVbc,

There is only one .uulwerVe have what the masses want, we toll lb 'in about it and tell you good clean ntgjcbar dise much uuuey

value. We buy right, and goods bought right are half sold. We watch the styles, buy the best' that spot cnslx: can. buy and selt a t

I lowest possible margin, of profit. s _. t.... -

;, The habit of trading here is a good and profitable one, and we do-all we can to help you keep it up. We want you"to feel th Jhis is Your Store.

Tailored New Arrivals Every Day in HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Our SPECIALTYWe

Skirts. ate them for trade winners; always mlUkcod ,,-
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value. Why make Sheets; and Pillow' O..eaT-tber, ,
\. Rood showIng CLOAKS and SUiTS There's a ,reasona look will show you the r.aaou.lord ;
a. can be .
seen In any store. M ( Pillow C&*.*, turn and- hemmed, full size tel I:.
from .the cheapWalking Hkirt A GOOD ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FRO\T. 14, 15>>, 18. 2Oc-according ifo size and quality.

l f to a. good. Ladle' Tailored Bnita. . . . . .$10.00 to ,:to.OO'
up "" Full size Sheets, torn and hemmed ready for
uCO R9
want. 910.80 buys a Beautiful Tailored Suit that sold to
r you up. -- '
&9 05;, 75 OOc. .
food Walking' $16 CO u .

_ Skirts In Grey 917.50 buys Tailored Full that sold up to $22.CO. DOituiJful Bed Spread;*, 69, 89, fSe and, up.
.Mixture m-do
: New creittlnna In IHMnch Coir in Fancy I'IAld., Ker".,. 'had
I in good stylesi and Broadcloth. The prices range from $:.00 to f22.l U. No betterDannska\njbe for the m *1.""S.' $ :!.4S.
ft i $!:.DSJ worth' Yi ....U"""' will buy a good Kersey Coat, 27-Inch.. black or show aL'11 ? b0; 75'tOSc and $1.19.Goodvelu. .

Inoro.Beautiful. t"n. worth $0.CO. .. In Towel. slit
t 10. 10, 25, 31k; evil
1 I I 91.08 will buy a good Melton Coat, 45-inch ttrap.bsck, I ... ,
Skirt In Panamas worth $0.CO. i Cotton UJanke ', 50e t. f r.00. pair.! :';

I'jald. and .R.&O will buy a good Kersey Coat, CO Inch, black only, -
= Wool Blankets, $:.08 to 910.0O pair.
_ Mixed r4ittin. a, worth $10.00. ,.... .
3.48 3 98, 4.98 Rain Coats for Ladle and, most.any style,.*.DR Cottan-Flllf Comfort, 1.00 to'$3.CO.

At $5 9 8Ire show our ttrongett: number. InS to 15.00. Down Comfort, $5.09 to f12.W.f; (!: ,

.. bolting, I kabd Iteautiful Lace Curtains, COo to 10.00 patr'' ;J. *,
]'J.ld.-aJ.Jlo) very newest It,,('.j not one worth less th.n Cold Weather Furs at WarnrWeather PricesWe -.._ j. .
$0.CO and some number worth f 8.CO have every Fur In Fr.neh, 'Coney-Fox, ". .... -
Rc.ntlful :Martin O' and Mink They are beautiful. A Fur Long Kid Glovest.$2.50 and. 13.lOC' . "..
r.usma. In lllsck, lUue and are '. Black'
Voiles and lilnck Silk fcklit.: frtmfO,CO to 915.00)each. piece tu stilt a rmr.e-08d to StO.OO' Two-Button Kid Gloves, black and. color, guararu ;d4
worth $1.25, at 08e. J 1 . '.
rCTTHOATH Metcerlzrd Saline-, llrfithrr11lorm and Children's White Dresses '\*: '
e.otlfullo't.,2 c'to $1.CO.. *. ,:1.
Taffeta and all-Bilk Taffeta buck and colt.., 9tte ta 91O.OO Perhaps you didn't know we carried them to stock? W Combs, great ...nrvnent;lOo ta $2.00.'
do, and they are beautiful. .
t4UII1T.1TAIKTH rf most any style or price. Yon<< can C -T-
see tin new rmlrR "'.1... now<< N.w dvsl&tis In White Infants' DreM, Ilenntifiil Lace red Embroidery Trim ;
Lawn Wajst. 68e tw |...&. ming.-long arid abort-#1.25 to 3.00. ; BEAUTLI'UL MILLTNERY
Children'* French 1) .1,25: to .OO.,
Beautiful Merc*rlredVal.t., Just the weight. for winter Exclusive itt style moderate inpric
wear, in white, b'wck' and colors) 1f\1.60.0\ $".48. NEW LINE OF BEAUTIFUL XUttLIX UM KICUKAU: : very
,.' Our' Milliners the best and all
Klrgantaiyir.In' Wool and Bilk AValsta, black, white, Gown COo to $n 00; Skirts COe to $600; Corset Covers
eolur and b..utllull'J.ldl, 1ft.DH le $7.60. lOo to $1.251 Drswer.25c t J $1,:}. work guaranteed.!


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.U. n Cathcart and G.o. W. Hawthorn I Llat of Various Plac.a of Worship. Interestlna Me.ting Will be Held at H..v, Where Those D.ftlrlnsc: May Attend. Readma Room Monday Afternoon.The .

,,, The.r was .little business. ha..a...,' Hervleos will he held at the various "mo'h_,** meetlnjr." which will Christmas

In the droll! court Sunrday, but this ehureh this Sabbath as follow-1 be held at the ret end reading rooms

amount. to a creat dial a. I.r.. fl- First Ilaptlat Chureh Its". 8. U., of the W. C. T. U. on East Court

bane. were concerned. Knit_ra-8unday school at OjDO a. m. street Monday: afternoon promises to -

.,',. Th. court tine J. It. Cathe.rt eon Trp.chluR at' 10-90 a. m. t subject pro,. one nf the mat intereetinc b
v14l.d, of ......h to commit man "A Glad Bight For Weary S,....'* functions of the.eaann. )tn&her..r"wher. ,

'Y slaughter.+00 and'cut., and G.o. W. Bon bow ma at 7. Junior 1!. Y. I*. U. at .. are Interested In thla,-errat Goodsi

Hawthorn aggravated aaaault, 25O 8. 8-nlor n. Y. P. U. at 811 p. m. work,and the attendance will, ns db\bt- ,
and ooata.Hcth TrcaohlnR at 7il5 p. m. The ordinance be I.ra... V

Ones were paid and the defend- of ha"lIm.1II be admlnlatcred at. the Following I. the "ro.f.m. beginning '. -

ant. rwleaaed from farther ,...pcnalbU. evening **rvlc at 3 o'clock. :t *

., In their rep.allvt. ehar".. Flral ,.,..bJ'I." Church. Rev.Tho 1. "Pure Foods and How to Ob .

The. court adjourned early In the .. 1'. U.-.ehhur.' lOiOO a. lain Them." Followed by di.ous.ioa Toys Dolls '. Games

murnluK until Monday at 11 o'oloek a. m.a ....bJ..rl. "A Memorable n..d.;. 2. -"What l-h-IHs....,'Didhh the *
Off.rlnit for rnlnUlrrl.l rell.f. Fab Kitchen." "" '
in. .
.-.-... -.--.... -- '---' bath school at :a o'clock. At 8i:O Muaie.' Fancy Novelties :. =; Wholesale and Retail
o'ol lo.k at this church there will be aminterdenomloatlonal 3. It..dlna-"The AntNeptie . :=:-- .- .. --;- --- --r* -- .... -
meeting of the ." 1 :

We have .1 Sunday school .ok..,., at which %V. 4. "Help and flints of tbe }:lloh.SD. FIREWORKS-Wq solicit the patronage of the trade.c .

.0. r*.",. of Chicago, training auper .'* followed' by dltooaalon. ;;; :' -:. ===--. _.___ =-=-.. -..,... -J.-:; --
l.t.nd.nt of the International Hun D Heading-"lUaulta of Meat Eal
the *xel".lve ageney for the day School A..o.tI.lnn.1I1 makean loir." .

t .d,',... on "'Theorld.Vhl... $un. SI".ln. :; : BOOK STORES

that day 8 hool<<<< MovmetV.'* ,.'Jone I.I A eordlal' lovltatlon Is extended to DREWt'S

POLISH the invited to this meeting, as It will every .woman In the oily,and an later 45-47-49 West Biy SU
prove of There will be even. eallng afternoon I Is a..a.J. .
; it Is loft s.rvlee at 7i90. the subject of the -- --

,sermon b4.1.., \Vh'oh Relation Tot A Notable Gathering. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
HASSLER'Saai Christ?"
will be a citkerlur of
I There Baoday
Kna..Dlh Methodlt Chareh. Rev.
wish tl ....>. m"r vnar.nt.. that ..hool..operliiteadcnt. pastors and .. . .
T. J 9 30 -
Kiaoa9uuday.ehoul at a ----- --
\\ M.t blea.+o or tuonry ,.,u..ded.lldda ; I leather to the city! of Jacksonville,
.. . n. Preaching at Ot4 a. m. t .Qbf e'.
U.eemb.r4-e. the oeeaalea of
-- on tbeMt
"The llUaaedne of Kaowlnn Chriat" '"
I Sunday 8eboolCnav.nthe. lir. (
walk Junior Leajtue at 3(3) m. beater
1J.i H Xf.Laarin of Jaekscnville te I.chart. .
Luster League at $&Nl p. m. 1. tbe ."...Iaa
at 1z'J; o'.laek there will b. a epeelal of the keel arraog-aienU.. Ilf
c 1 t Write to him for put al.,.. Amoa. You'Are I Insured
U1i ,..,?.e. In the Interest of the two Wo ,
.- the wilt' be Dr. II. )I. ...mill. \ .
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MU Boeletlee. Thesewill
h' toery
To I I tbe great Monday tehool.......U.,of .
of work' the
be report their by '
Andy 1 '. the XI. ):.. Cbureh South, Also Mr.I la a Company that ,. ReepooetbU. Have a Policy C ",: \
Iwo preekl.ata a-4 a addreee by tLe .
Naia + IA......., Zateroatton.l* + Written \\ub XJbermliif of I'aUey Ooauw' a4 t.. OMMF-
with pond .l the "hob.I I
pester mtt by t.t"a
Lo-ee. rronptlyYou '
M ret.ry. and Mr. W C Peer. \ lays _
8."rvl*** will be held at Holy Trinity
IHaao, FweJtmre, Fixture. Metal., and Hi. ralrlek. Cashollo.borth.. at of Chl.a t cTe.etierTrmiaii.K 9.peria. 4 r
Hardwood Floor aa4 all lllcly ,.04... for the A..
toe regular' how re .1 Are Assured
$ WOOootworq R......Scntdwa I .iatlon. The rrosrram' .. a very stroe

Man &A4 a.a4 roUala* .awe, Mere of C*-.....r eW *a Cash 01).. Every ay eehe .. Remedy Than .f AN OiIi.eeP1.1 aaay seed .tele.ate.. The p..toe aa4 t Tbat ao settees lose sea tervoaoe yt>. without yes have aove i
Tbose.igW1 ...petat..1..l tee..rfEeia !:\ "'.P.
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) Thoe. U.or*.. a exereaaat at Mt.Bt r. + ,
t'.p I. and let us show JOG bewort Odious Attach Q"lClLty Cured,

It d.1) ,,,. -4h si '"'.. bey. local&l..ageeer Oatario.p.s to tlhaasbrtl.ia's"1 have ha4 c.-the "A ,.......\. mt+ I h4. e W ...... i' Fire Life Accident and Health Iusllraiceeau.
w.lonow. &..... aver 4s>.. UO wastetroiaswfint. tank that use s...,.,. I wee set abie ,

.. ..... ..a4a. sad I sell a. tenth .f ita t..go so the..a. fet two..,.. Fall.reWef ) : bus R.llabl.: ea.,...... n.p-...... 4.I' .
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t de.( all ota-er U.e. I: have> omy leg ... rJ pima say f.a.Uy ty.>. ..

.*.!-e. emit toc-'''.'. Of the Myut p..aa's rel.. \. I took* ef b .
Gtines1i1le Fnrnltnn Coiup'yilalansnhr ...'*** seed cake c.......... I I saac A.aabt,.. .*.S*..ash .*4 LivvvTaVlet. .lIS. : 2VL A. N"
. M.5C S
t .d oAe txMtl ..,.ree04 I... .sad tie ...' dBut.T.., 1 f.ttI1 .,a.. .. ...j
ru.F ........ .. .... .
:y ,.ews.w.ed 1b. .a.+.'cas :..1JI'I'
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. s c sot < The i ko eh..eteUy ttu Mb.d. OtJ.I.1.:
1 awd
h Or
e r ltze1o.le. t te tare d4 Ita salsmt ft.e .1'"
H. ... sa 14e 0"-1": : Inr ,'. .r- .... ......t.. ,.. boN..1(..... C" ,.tits, H C The.. ttieu ."J
oJ re..- to' Y.tea1ebJ-a4drv *3a: I.,sari. b3 all 4""ies ...... "' '-

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.f FIRE AT : 11.SKIN\ RAW ,. .;"
: / Jurors for Week Pass Resolutions Complimentary E r lI7EII

SAMPSON Ci II < SEE US Judge Palmer. < ? ,_ AND FEVlMISHUcxeroa -)

j 'fe The Jury df"the circuit court for the

: -- ," term Just closed, appreciating the service torment! stubborn
; & Co'f. Big Cr acden for and ruHngsof, Judge Palmer have d t.Sft Ae caused bv nn nckf. lunnor In. ,r

to the OrouadJ: prices on pad the fojlawing} retolotion : the Mood otniti*.' ; t cotttiMIrttU the sk\ix:..nd, broducm-j' redness, nul I 'A"/

Burned_ "\'., the Undersigned member of niation and Alnioxt intolerable itchinic. Art inactive stale of the hystcv:. n

all the pent Jary'of the Eighth Judicial sluggish condition wf the eliminative members leans) the tn"te and r' r "
LeSs WAS VERY HEAVY. Circuit of Florida in and for Alaehuaaunty matter of the body \"OUect. and sour in 'teud of passing! tit TJ, \ 7 the. .,. 1 Iii r
id! ----- natnre'schanni-lsof) KxUiy ....... The blood in ita.hurter k " tb' \ :
i Which Was One of the for the week; Xnvem tem of all foreign mutter ubnorbft this acid and Um>%w it ?" \uroui ; ;I'' .. '.
iN ber 24, drurtng to express: our thanks
punt and glanda of the akin. The '
pores acrid
of the State, seems to <>"..e out ur"1 t
vrl',in This Section. and high appreciation of the complimentary the ki1\ on fire the straw colored, sticky fluid drying nnd forming cruses,

a Lsrge; Force and.Was of PL.UMBINGWORK way)tn which we weredia- and the itching I. int uVI'f'n' these pustulra arc *. .crntchc off the al fc m '
1pto.d Commercial, Value., charged by t .' Unnor. Judge tlaioorn ia left raw and feverish and often A solid sore is formed and kept up by th*

amt :, If. Palmer, whlfh it was our honor to constant escape of acids from the Mood. Local applications of salved. pow'dera .

f .bi&crate and basket faetor1 toy serve, sued' awhile we "feel 1 that we lotions etc are
'ftzdes A Co. SsmpSon.City.,w.eeto are not deterring of any such praiseas itching and give the sufferer temporary comfort but are in no sense curative, ,

lbe ground eti o'otook'9at.moraing ''- Judge; PaTnter saw tit to give us, because they cannot reach the scat of the trouble, which ia in the blood.S. .

whichntaiied, close 1 we also feel' most grateful to S. S, Boca down Into the blood: cleanses: ,?
.COOTt oclOdlng '. J ourpreiiding the circulation: of all nctUji and humors, builds.
10,000 Judge for the words of S S' up the thin sour blixxl and by removing every \'
stocklteorilio praise end eommeudation he saw fit to s
god % I."tlllUfCe of the canoe cures :KiAcma: })'tm,.. .,
Ore Is not known. Q VSbJfG .
of the bestow upon ties nenlly The Irritating eruption! disappear,

i&.",opp led to have originated '':AVe have leased our .Tin "We wish' to say further that we PURELY VEGETABLE.: itchlnif! nnd burning crane, and the ncid- !,
come burning train In the !* have been ...ri favorably impreised fired skin, being fed by freah cooling stream e"

Shop to Mr. T. J. McEvoy, with Judge Painter, not only on account >f blood, becomes soft and smooth again S. o. S. ia made of hooting, portly, ,.. '

;;.Wolf .,dfn mill was one .ol theMils bur solicit inquiries for of his ability as an able jurist, log Book roottt'hs. and barks thattill not damage anjn\ rt of the ttNsleiu. .,
Lti ,' -
on la.u"es and medical rice.iLsWIFrPFCIFIC .
I 1b15 .ection of the.eOQ.Dtrl't but also because of his Ibm, fair and any'ofThe rst-Class Plumbing. ?' CO.. ATLANTA." CM. ;
??,?,,'.. a large impartial rulings upon all motions

products of the mill wer* coming; before him.... well aa his plain -----.-.-----------.-... -.---.---------
!L| from one end of the State fo r a and carefully worded charges to the
,ether, aDd Inasmuch as theseason. Jury. O. A. W. THOMAS, -, :* CLYDE IIISTEJaelcsorwllle :

I rat practically started the 'Q. R. ELLIS,

I (be a e ere one W the JO"1 "J. A. Cox. .

M J'O'e. serious Inconvenience 'BAIRDHardware I ,,**E. K. lion rare. '

plea who had filed 'their orders 1 !;*J. L. TOWMSBND, ', ; 4

It.ted who most depend. upon the "R. E. HILL.JH ,I

rig of crate and bsiI,"eta for the, *'L. T. Roux ,;

.pAtBtof their truck. Co.. !'VW. D. APKINS, R ....

Jl .ii not learned whether there ."3, M. TURN.a,
' Phone 7.THEY" .
toy insurance on the plant or not. i :'II ovJI 6TRICKLAM, \ .


UTTER FROM TAMPA.f ._ "Turors."
' u--I;;: 1 FOUE1. S11I2.INcim.1a.0II: : : "'W"lDEK.:
ua County, i in All Exhibits, ComOut THANK THE. A Year of Blood. UZTW draw

( in Fine Shape at'Falr." VJiitor 1 Resolutions Were. Passed by Missionary .1 The year 1008 will long be remem. arid NW Yorlc

bored of F. N Galling C1IARLK6TON. H. O. both .
Ban While waiting for; Society For Courtesies.' In the home Tacket of waya.The
Alliance Ky., as a ,..ror blood,which
f ee-Fr,iident Fairbanks' cbmlng 1 At the conclusion nf the Week' of Finest In tho Coastwise. Ser..loe
1haithis .. flowed no copiously from Mr. Taoket'slungs
IIpeteb to the children of Prayer by the Foreign Missionary So-

It "School Exhibit Day/', eiejj, which was held .,' Knvanaagh He writes that i death'Severe seemed bleeding very near.from Clyde :Now England and Southern Lines

;r.n hud you a line or two about Methodist Church the following reso.lutloo'waspassed .
: the lungs and a frightful cough had Freight Service Between JAOK$ONVII.LR, BOSTON: andPUOVIDKNGK
i fur -p" thanking The Sun brought me at death's door when I and All Eastern Points,
Useboa! county Is ahead ao far in for Its In publishing the '
energy pro began taking Dr.-King'. New Discovery Calling, Charleston both waya.Houthboond .
Ttbiag.'Iteitoekwon. ceedloR for the week
' t for Consumption, with the astonishing t .IDMI-wInmKLY: SA :cxx-rGS:: ;
first prize, as you That the thinks of both
... : "Resolved. ( result that after taking. four ..... ... From' I.."..' Wharf, Boston
>ly know. ,, the Hpme and Foreign Missionary 8oeletlra bottles I was completely restored, andas Noithbound...... From Foot of Catherine.. Jaahsonvllle'
Xtnuer<< C.\lhon\ was bony all day of the Kavanaugh Methodist
time haa .
proven, permanentlycured.
l ill complimentary telegrams Chnroh be extended to The Oalnerllle ..
."' Guaranteed for aore lungs, Clvdo St. Johns River Lino
birD from stery where. s Sun for its liberality In devoting
and colds all
coughs at drug stores
I Ckiekeai, goat,, pigs etc.' represent 10 much space daring the Wek of Price fOo and 1. Trial bottle tr... n.t'W'.o JAOK.KUCV..IO nod HANI4'O"U
" ins be raised In Alacnoa etfnn.ty. Prayer to that pnblleatlon of ,tie pro. --- Stopping l'alatka.Astor, Beresford (J>*rAnd),and luterniediste Landings,
dos might have been Improved in on Bt. John River.
grams and report of the dally Lost Boy Is Wanted. '

brt meetings. Signed, tel mora "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" andNFRED'K DE BARYMAre
Lost Boy-J. Sam Ilegga, sixteen
j Ttodwplay In Agricultural Hall eanbPatea'
"M... T. ;J. NIXOH.
to tall follows Lea.. Jaeksonvllle
appointed dally
as except
of rather small and round
;; It |I. Immense We "Ma.V.. I.. FLOT years age. 8 130 leave .
shouldered wssdressed In knee Saturdays:! at p. m. Returning, Hanfoid. dally ex
ttk*.banner county, and expect the "Maa.T. F. MC .ATII." pants dept Huudays. ., 9 i8O a. m
ship prize.Ahebeaeounty greyivh tenure, greyish overcast, ._ .::7.---=.;;,-::.;.:-,.:_:. .. :. .. ,. : ::t =.:.;:. :='== _
in the Woman's De- NEW OFFICE BUILDING.The blue cap shirt and tie. Loft.. Chalta -.:-.':.-.: .. .. OU.UUIt; ,.= --:...

stat li eooilderably nonca, Tenn.. ou the evening of No 8 8O pm............... .... .JacksonvilleHt45pm .. .. . . . .. Arrive 2itsiatn i
the prettiestitUbotidiog verrber 1, singe which lime no trace of ... .......... . .. . .Palalka. . .. . .. . . .. .....a.. atutpsts
The fancy work I.n Is Haymana Block Will Da Up-to- him be found. llrlgh\ and (Intelligent 8iOO .m.. ......... . .. Astor . .... . . . . 'taopMLeave
I least to any of the others. Date In All Its Appointments. can .. ............ .itereaford (Cv.J.ancJ) ...... .. . . 1(0)p.
.p'iy it varied and neatly ex- Workmen hat ngrd for the but not strong. Guilty of no Arrl..",110 ahl. .. .... .. .. . . .... .Hen'ord . . . ..... . . fitf/0a.
Tbsnks to our ladies of Ala past few days on the been alteration In the known wrong traett

Gainesville{ erased with .rl.f'oyer his dUappesranee. AMPTIOKKT OKKICK, In W. UAY ij.JAqEV.ILU:
tHflt" especially I of Hayroan block next to The Son office, OKftKRAH'AHH. ;
iiskiadty aided Any person finding si.,h a toy '- rjft : .. . .*.... .... .. .. J. .
us In this partleu' and at the end of the week coming the inrtfMOliOPn.JK. * O m w r ?.t. -- m eta
teeters. will kindly rare for him and/notify J.Doioo w. O. building will be one nf the neatest and ettt.U.'rebavAsesser?.w...&f..t. J">."*.t.. i
tam department ,Is well rep re4 date =live buildings the Begg,fill broad street,Cb.n.npo. .- .. O. U AOJIITY.: 0... !UM .. .-.-,ASW.H. .. Vri.. c,.. .,...w.o.., S-TVAtfi.l..T..aTHICO
"* la the oil painting burnt work most up-to o ..,T.nn., _h.n.1I expenses will !: 0, J;(Jr.R. sad (J....,.. Manager. '

nCxs. ell,. be paid. (Odd Fellows lake notice). e....s Year N )(..._ tiles. / New v>'rfe

flOaiaasi J, ;J. Ifaymtns, who a few monthsago )tate papers please ropy .. .. -. - .- - .. ..... ..- ,
:le High School stands purchased the building from Thou. _. /f'

1tfcea4 Jn the school building e*. V. Porter, has eonverleJth, up>stairs. Made Happy For Life. Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR
week I. exhibit .
beautifully which has been used a large room
1nn. tb. Great happiness esme Into the home
lowest to the highest for various Into om....
*.a, of 8. O. Blair' Mhool .u .rlnl.nd.a' ALL EARTHLY POINTS
rcaotles have been at work. .Them offices will be fllted up In the
< *. at Bt. Albaos W. Va.. when his llltl
trecj?., ? w.|"| will be off-red .
M /
enjoyable, roost modern qtyand Vt. y via
'Jir: < *"* each eihlblt. those who deiiie something modern daughter was restored from the dread \JAT {11 W I of **
to He : asL.:2.South t sMoD.aaw
h'ef1 is fol complaint be same safsiMy : '
a great State of the uuriIl l : ColiriSTs's 1
j many In this line. "
t:Ji tau serial features vela, mtS _.._ little <|saKhler had ,no.n.. .". .. IJ. +
+5eVTce. dance, ebyleWed to no treatment
. ,l) eel permit of a, pier. but grew steadily worse, nalll as a Rapid Tinnnit and UnHUrpxutfsjd: Borvico

seestr.::-at at pr.....&. '%ex. Well Known Wom.". Ire of Jscksen. lass reeert we tried KUetrle Hitters, Time TaWe .. eOe.t ".ub., *), 1ICM.
% "* P6stmsster. Passes Away.Iron. and I rejole*.to ..,. three bottle cffreted .
: sorry a hatr0 vige Arrlv
had rrt.
. Botningfs ,.. Depart Ice > *
e k" of a eosnulei.. .. Qskk sere __. ._ .
*' receiver
We are prood of AUf Henry 8 Chubb
Ms tc; Maa land omen and a eor* for .rTO o. fompltlnt. general j2M;; o..l.Lai. .j- d w a':
W. II. Patitta.Dc'.r t hut[ United t tat.s .
elo*. personal friend' nr ", D. debility, female .es......., 1m", .. [filly I "t, I., ...'..,.,. n.N,
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rUfced blood and malaria. -- "'
'fui'Str\wflide.. of Jsektonvllle, reeelved. a : ; : ;
T.o.row O.a1e,1.e..IrartX ardT.rslwsaad11eK1pds I
-- ,.*-d by all drvg store.. Trie., lOt liCOpmIHlly
-.c; r 'J 1&0. people enjoyed message 8iurday aaaeaaelac .b. - ..-.- 1.4maect1a l'olste fA 4O 0s.. ay
4Cfa. r" '1 1 a dell.'al' death of Mrs Oerow. which oeeorr- lat lllvsr Ambition.YeeaasM r c.u.-
.A' evening lh. morning of that BtwtcUH a Fee to )HOpmIlifjOam Jacksonville.Kertl . l?
: uJ 1 f fro *B<4 l*n. W. A. 10 o'ehtek on t snomplt.h very .e.fc A ..oa. s' *. r..., sod WM Pally.

,'!!I.. J Cendis.' = ...'Me. Friday eotnprlilog lght., ) day.>fr.. Oerow wes a Udf n( west t amiable If .9.rHver i. I......... ae yoa feel IIf.( VprLag*.-Wsy.r.... ISstaasvaa.- Hrunewi.kv .-f.pta;

-, R.cJ; :' thy ehsrs ter, scrod' by aM wKo kaew dell leer eyes are heavy sod sh.*.*s rta.Usaw l'.aat Wets Dstlf
; roeed ..
bylrfn. ,
W. P. friends this eity. * ,... Orta Lais, ---,. -.MF.I : --- -
a d .
. her and had rnsey
111"" ro edtMfolbwisRt .f her demU U.. rntl' Ifyrwa'*. lklifer. 1O-e.'t.0eJI .
whom will tears Up re '
r Balrd.Fieldiog.Dsand. alVof ..a, Ms.s4Mr s4 Ctlr
' .y
'en'a' . . aad Iw-wels ss4 .aae yes feel bright { lhuy
itk r
... w.J and.. Enn... > __ r 6 ..
...., .at sells. *. f'ao LetsMee frwnsisi .> ,
-'t Kan'dy. lii6=elr.nw# CURED IN G. TOP* DAYS.I r...... ... ........ .r. .r1,. sad (. -
,. r .aa., .. OIJIfT"UT..ra..s 10eyr. cad very ..*..*sat *. t.s.. 0,. o : L I y:;

rSe .-: pt. spent as ...,.,_ !'If' .. aaj a.** sf I.....*.. IMhH W.*.... laws le mere .ff.-*.s.* ia ssi ..u. .r M. : L sf

eto' :: at .... esoe gvodlstri ) lag or Irotre4..< P.I.*J le 1 to 14 days diesel .+.,........ .fee ....14....... =-,-. .. ,

.. 7 bee a pJ..o or IDGAe' ",....... .. 5. 3.W M.OHe. A e .... ..........arMRM... Ti.k...... ev aaS sad .. _. .- Npa_ rsllwt,.... .he Uosttar M.Ns a...,by .a. s>,Mt4l. "f sl w.....
: J .r hcm.t.o Merde'er Hoge.f P.rter Casa Tbrseat11 hslla+sa.l...N' f'a't 'ideasps M Hew' Yswfc. via Atlaslhs CSN.sUs.
II Negro N" 34.J7enaaMeet Seaboard .J altee via AslaalJe Coat; .......said .......,. Mulvey.V.c.asrspt .
..eztsyW. Kr I Tb* It*abosr4 A.e lat. oyerasa.e k-ifj .t. |a/em..... eaH CMS
=* Rat.. T. Tanspe. a tiNx.. .... Ja'.i". a* ana I Ut porter are **'w aw WeMe
far' Ws1afm iSas J. A. OOOD WIN.Tick*t Ajtsot. 0..111.. ,
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J Veteran Shepherd i. Grateful for Entertainment In Federal Court on Peonage Case of

In OalneIville.I MOZLEY'S J&ckson Lumber Co.Pensaoola. .
Fta Nov :34.-The COZY HONES
Editor Son : I want to express my LEMON ELIXIR.
taking of testimony In the United
gratitude to the people of Gainesville. Is not.n ti_ aI miTii-; *em..lyM IStates court In the famine case of
'' I'':'n JS < f a Century itteslef
-yen. t say that word cannot express: \... *.Sn.i '.rfnt c.rtalie: I i:u+f tt'nlttr- conspiracy to commit peonage, charts-
ray love for the untiring energy theyhave Riuy! ,.Itrtle. .,..1 Iwn'c 4. ed against Manager W. 8. Hart an Your home
.11.. SS .1 tf t .t hnsno e'i". aaa.nre
gone through with to. honor the /.r < iictiMtlon. IJiUuu.*t"-iw, l..tI and other, of the Jackson Lumber 1 can be made more comfortable
ell -
ck-H a4acb .
old gray-clad Veterans, who. for four f.
compaQ, ceased Thursday afternoon
ills arising from a
otlur : c ci o ) ) than ever before if you Hive
fought like demons for theirhomes
years consuming mare than a week.
TORPID LIVER.Being Perfection Oil Heater. You
loved This I a can
they so dearly The testtraooy was in rebuttal and
sj.esy, that. oar mothers sisters and Mrictlr e wr**table com the movement'! brought out In some of carry it about and can quickly make
pound. It ha* no harmful or rvinunpUaMtit
wive were as brave as any soldier eflt. t... Its action isKrutic its strongest witnesses woo gave warm and cozy the rooms and hallway*

that walked anon the battlefield and .'_n"IDC but the none stomach the!-.and thorouirh--l*._U Additional Information on tile line oi ";, that the heat from the other stoves /fur.

#1 deserve their share of the eredlt, who of r.'n: .te..oa:1 toning healthy up eondition the- latter told him he was after fOt'.f nace fails to reach. There is no other

with the white eard-spun and wove -.leaving the perwn feeling era. while the defense also made* a --- heater so handy, so clean and simple
jrood. bccauM every ormn U made iirong showing In rebuttal. as the
clothing for themselves, worked In the to perform tt* put peatectly.Bt.AtSLO.aatrtll. .
field for their bread '.nd spun the AU OIDd ITtlttOn it!. Dargenler, a section. foreman
t c; homespun dresses they so gracefully POM CDtaYl__." living at Crestvlew. was?one of the ''Acsclk.crcLUCt PEIFEINY
principal wi'neseeB! relating how he
wore Bat, thinks be to cod, oar
bad talked with C. C. Hilton and the
rebildren and grandchildren are as Oil Heater
latter fiold hi mbe wa after foreigners -
brave their mothers ho. have
ss .
who had run away and be then
taken up the line of march, carrying bad one In euetod) Witness threatened -: (Equipped with Smokeless Device)
POIson by Carbolic Acid.
onward every year to assemble at 'Vb pc(1 to have Hilton arrested If be | \ Hundreds of thousands now in use and giving
nR. W Va. Nov. 248ml- per-
come place to Dive their fathers aqd Ingle NeUon. did not give the man his liberty feet satisfaction. Perfection Oil Heaters, equipped
a wealthy dairyman
grandfathers and all who. so nobly diseharged and Hilton be had smokeless all
residing near Uellalre O. his wife, claimed a right to with the device, are that the name implies. A
their duty In that. war, a welcome two children and his father-in-law come Into Florida after the men. as trial will convince the most skeptical. Turn the wick as high'

to their homes John Robinson are In a serious condition they owed the Jackson Lumber company or low as you can-there's no danger. Gives intense heat.

'''The Daughters and ladles of Gainesville as a result of carbolic acid money.A. Two finishes-nickel and japan. Brass oil fount

won the heart of every Veteran pol.onln.Vhlle Mr. Nebon was C. Kemp a farmer related hot beautifully embossed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and
who was, there. Their untiring. energy he was at the camps one day and saw I
attending to work on the premises before burns 9 hours. Every heater warranted. If not at
cannot be forgotten. breakfast. It Is said an unknown "Olg Harry. a foreman accompanied your dealer's write to our nearest agency for descriptive
There was never a time In Gainesville person entered the kitchen and poured by another man. go Into a barn. circular.

that the hall was so richly displayed carbolic acid in the teakettle. The and witness, looking Into the barn
aw a foreigner strapped with a rope THafis &Lamp t al the best aU-round
as was on Wednesday night. family drank coffee made from the
around his neck, and be heard "Big I IlIarar' N household lamp made. ,-
+ The daughters and granddaughterswho poisoned water. Murder is believed Its light giving power is unexcelled. Easy to operate and
tell him his
so gracefully decorateS the hall to, have been th motive and Investigations to say prayers. absolutely cafe Equipped: with latest Improved burner.
The defense Introduced witnesses In Brass throughout and nickel An ornament to
to commemorate that occasion will are being made. plated.
rebuttal of both of these witnesses, any room: whether library dining-room, parlor, or bed-
never look more like angels till they Plan Preach and after this the arguments began. room. Every lamp warranted. Write to our Dearest
appear at the throne where angels Tunnel. agency If not at your dealer' .
revel.. New York, Nov. 24.-The Frenchgovernment
t In Time of Peace.In STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Incorporated.
retained Charles M.
No tongue can tell the joy I had
with the people of Gainesville. I'll Jacobs/ of this rlty, who designed the tint months of the RUM!*.

them the Pennsylvania railroad tunnel. un- Japan war we bad a striking example::
meet more that
never any on oc
the North and East rivers, to prepare of the necessity for preparation and

caslon-our Our rank ranks are growing are falling tbinnerevery plans for a tunnel to be built under the early advantage of those who, .o i PERRY M. COLSON, Pres. J. W. BLANDIKG, Ylcc-Pres. B. R. COISOK, SE ,.t

the Heine from Ituen to Havre. The to speak, "have shingled their roof. In
but the beloved> Daughters, wTll
In for French tunnnel will have two railroad dry weather" The virtue of preparation I ALAOHI1JA COUNTY
keep memory many long years track. It will be about a mile ,
after we are, laid under the cold ela,. In length. The cost of constructionIs has made history and given. to I

There were ;1". .MoOrearr, Mrs. estimated at between 10000.000 us our greatest men. The Individual :.
as-well as the nation should be
Taylor, Mrs. MeKlnstry, that I know, and 911.000.000. It. Is to be modeled pre.pared '
and other. 1 don't know who were after the North river tunnel here. for any emergency. Are you
prepared to successfully combat the tacoal. ..
equally as tl'.I.... If there was any aearrr
first eold take? A cold b..
who did not enjoy themselves, It was Always Was Sick. G-aic1 es-v i1le Tla.
heir fault.I cured much more quickly when treated ,
tried to shake hands with When a man says he always was sick, as soon .. It has been contracted and

Veteran there. I could laugh every with troubled with a cough that lasted all before It has become settled fn the I "The Title Is the First Consideration."

,them, and shed tears of joy and of sor winter-what would. you think If he system. Chamberlain's Cough Rem. We do an exclusive Abstract business with f..eUlUetor imf arting
should say he never was sick since edy Is famous for It. care of cold. andIt INFORMATION concerning the Title to any and all lands in Alachua Co
row. Nearly forty.two years since we *
the battlefield using nall.rd'. Ilorehonnd Uyrup should be kept at hand ready for In*: ALL HUSIMISS TUAKHACTEl) PKOM1TLY.
parted on Many of
Such a man e.tticte. Mr. J. O. Clark I tant a... For sale by alt druRgitts. . .
them have fell asleep since the last re. . --- --- -
Denver Colorado writes 'Yo/ years --- -
union When I returned to my' home, I was troubled with a severe Painting Portrait of Carnegie.

where I live alone, thinking about theGainesville cough that would last all win New York Nor. :21-Eugene Scbacher ABSTRACT & REALTY GOMPM
how much
ter. This cough left me In amiserable of Berlin 1*. painting a portrait
Had taken for the welfare of
the of Andrew
eeo"ltion. I tried 11.Uard'. Carnegie which la to
Veterans, neither' sparing labor or llorehound Syrup and have not had a be exhibited tn one of the galleriesof Xzxoox poa GktckCLI

F money, I could not help weeping. I sick day since. That's what It did for that city. Herr Schacher came E. E. VOYLE. M&R.

would Ilk. to hear from any of them roe." Bold b> W. M. Jou'nson. here from Uf'rtlnpeclaUy for the

who feel disposed to write me. -- --'-' .- sittings. Mr. Carnegie will give the Abstracts of Title and fall Information famished regarding laces ..
W. F. 8l1BI>IIBD. Blamed for Collision. usual annual dinner to his former Bounty. Oar manager has lived In this county thirty year a=J

n, 1". D No. l.Qaloesftlle. Fla. Cherbourg. Nov 34.-The preliminary lieutenants In the steel Industry at Is thoroughly conversant with land titles..

investigation made by the cop- hi. residence la Fifth, avenue on De-

Root In Cincinnati lain of the port Into the cause of the cember 7. E. /-VD--L

Cincinnati. Nov. 24.- -Secretary of collision Wednesday night ntx this port
y, Stale IMlhu Root arlved In this city between the North German
Friday from Kanssa City and was the steamer Kaiser Wllhelm der Gross sentlng number of prominent American and Knglish eompanUi.
chief ifuest of the Commercial Club I and the Ilrttlsh Royal mall steamer REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.

at Its annual. dinner. The representatives Orinoco seems to establish the fact G-o.:1.D: ---LLe: s E10rida
of the South American republic. that the former veal should have

'eiso' had been also Invited to the dine heeded he Orinoco's signal that she
ser were e.p* te
on the same train. hip. Uso. \V'. llTtta. Vlee-Presldent. Lsa GaAUAJt. Ast, Cashier !
______ DEC Heidacbe Indigestion,
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Had a Close Call. -.-. insomnia Kenonsnea
dangerous surgical operation In* On the Spot.
v s vottlngthe removal of a malignant

ulcer as large as my hand from :my Ho Opiates. Absolutely Harmless.AU OF G- S VIIjIa

daughter's hip was prevented by |the DrvccUtaT. tOe,SVs sad Boa
applleatlou Ilocklen's Arnica Halve/' rte SAM .v THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHCA

says A. O. bie..! of Miletus. W. Va. J. W. MoCOLLUM CO., Druggists

"lerslstent use 01 the calve completely Or. i:. MU sad U..... 8U.. QstseaTtne. Via Capital .,. _ . . ... . . _ _T'50.000 (oo

I eared It." Cores eats, barns and Surplus and Undivided Profits. . SO.OOO ooDv
l Injuries. 28o at all druggists*.
. Stanton Foundry & Machine >e.. a easklag>,wtIb h.tntd..neat to ear beak taterees Is Ib' tSteaeeoastaot :'''

Two Killed Seventeen Injured %r apeelal axraa.... tat AU busts............. we..mtv
Mlnot, N. Dak Nov. 21.-Ratf. CO.. Inc. fIe K.TAYII'tRaC-:..c--'

neer Comfort and fireman afonieey
were killed and I? persona were moreor
Ices ..........11' Injure, In a wreck -M..*,.._reT.. .,-

4. of the Great Northern' Oriental Mtatte4 I Iron and Bass Castings and HicMaerj,
near Dofceon. The accident was FaySholesTypewriter

Baby caused. by spreading rails. Grits BITS, Pfcupbite Cisttai5,

ivonT It Rll1101l1 isi XUI' Cutlnis
cry Croup.A .

you! give. Hitn reliable tnedtolne and e.e that Id Repairs

. 'i BALLARDSttOREHOUND should be kept In the hom.!fer Immediate CAST K'VDRY: DAY.csr. I .

aw SYRUP. ate is.O"atMJrlal..Oou&b L Its..= .. =lb raatrtl..eselsd O\ t wsass..

IMNuutnttotafce ..' reeulla, ed,. Ii will prevent ,,,. atUek tf given . _.... .. iCZi01YLEMEL
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\, CoutAlns not hi WIT 1ujurt.ur., as Boots as the chill b.toan..beers.. TIIC IIEHT

, COOOttS. COLDS or even after the erowpy .
+ CUKCS\ ". JkOkt. TttkOAT.tlOOIHM pears. For ale by all drw'gl.t*. CRI1\
b \\ ) o,IOU AM) -- .- -. Has T'

.l ALL l'UU' AItV DIM, A5O.S.Mr rry Arrives at Bywney.RUney. mmmUg nnOOA D I f ,
*. J. ('.J* \kln., P 'nv.rColo .
N. S. Nsjv. 24.-l>ary*. EV.ry
write*! "l ('oat! t
rnuuQh* for il Jllavrl ll,e\.r"- arrtle .....*... tssoseveit.' ertve4. .... laxative Fruit Syrup! -

bo..d ?lyr s It. boa rnr.-.t exely rrltesjr ......... Tae. .....
my baby of in* eI"Gur10". n.ytfiiiMrea was tat** sad ratay. sad la. atee.sserwas ptea..nt to l.We> j t .t Sklfl Ugkfreet R_Mlngt TV

of .*vr* ( *.utiis!. set reported' uatU abs re&t4.1ti. The laatattv** Does I Ok*_$a 8r *4 Writers of the WrUOe
I know IM, better. maiiu, new
.arMc' the FaySb.Ie., toac.
:k. .o sad S 1.00 not gripe or na\ sea to. j 3J'.sa.oa.

Cha_ Haade. Cures stomach and liver I. hlwaevW. tbea ...,. ...... ...'....._ _
UallanI Snow" LJnlrocnt Co. :
... I.ttt. Wash ye.r ata4s with warn water.dry troubles and chronic con- I
STT. 14)57154 with" a '.wI sad silly For Sale
tipation by tca toririf tha by. . .
iala's Salve jest b.fe.. areiec to '*I. !
aW a speedy cur. .. ervslsv Tails auturala.ctlonoftbastomac:1a. 113.t

Sold .r* R ommcndtd Iii- salve .. ales .s>es>le4, fee sits 4... liver and bow 0 I.. 1 THB SON Gainesville .

sir. X. JOUXM. (MIarestuw ....... tar aU ""h'. I'M'IIAIe .J J. tT.3ttCW3 see J.CV,

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lu't following dUpateh.7 under a WfNCHEJTER.

TaUshaMew date line"of:" November

Sbe Fort Odtcs t Odeesv k.M.. 21. appeared In The Tltne..-TJnlon of The oul bes> ttso ver.. itself in the

w0 e1s matt G2.iur. the 22d fnnt.i eyes of another.' 4

h- ...l9 srand Hon. J. O. Wright of W hlnc. For yon their. : Is rio beauty deeper

map ton, a special representative of the than yi ur dream "NURLACK"Loaded :

Edt : .J1nltf'd States Department of Agri- The 'ocial.:man. !S. the man who

.BuDf.Q..poitntrl3ooloaroFrtcn Culture.. arrived here Monday knows how to .b/are./ Black Powder Shells
a. night to eonfer with GovernorBroward ;
ts The fellow .lll al'e aatURVd haa already '-
nroC and the other trustees of '
rolerlix ? ;, begun to shrivel.
thvln> ImproyemenltFundr Shoot Strong and Evenly
.. One can hardly' compute the effects
7 i u!>li.h d ertr,morning CVdbyoarritrlw layve to having: t"JIhau."e: : EvereladV aur..vey that. Row rr.m.ntmf'nt.. : Arc Sure Fire, .
tb.t tytlarp of tbe Florida < '

,> ,r'of the Gutted State portage .made'by engineer* of the Federal Th man who gets "mnd" hands over 1 Will. Stand Reloading.

? -S threeweekiotrtctl government.trQol. his best weap.ino: his enemy. 1 ,

f+rat"3 30 pU f ,. P it in '' \Vright'. prevent minion iapreJJminarfto The narrow! view of life makes any 1'l ' r. They Always Get The Game?

._ the great work of man unwurjttTy of h(* possibiLities ,
; local eolmnaSo cents a.ltae ,surveying the 'glade.. lie camas It b hoped that .
,Ct;-rs in 't is to tt you are preferred 1 For Solo
irdLertton nJ 5 cent*lor eachoddltkm*! to the Htate capitol to famlliarfie' k.In.'h? human market.It r Everywhere

himself with all accessible reconl. .
r'deertlatngmade known ( is'fe"o get a copper cent so
poeC rP uind to acquirte whatever informa
close to the eye>that you can't see a
Lion the trustee may be sblp to .J '
dollar V'taWtf .
eight-pegr for y.1a -
Yhve lYa-c bun supply. With this in hand, his en. .mST.A.DLXBHE-D 1060.
.ne every :Monday> &Ddr'.i Merit is notjall of It. Appearancescount
pubUrtied will
gineera tyke the Held In the
n>atam. all the new of for much. when a man's on the
thee Everglade.* afad.eorn".Itt. .
: Slate and general. and will I surveys block. 4 I
?t. knit I. free. to any rut.of. the United i will be made'.o thorough and' $., H.F.DUTTON&CO

Wade, for|j..oo a year-1n advaaoe. prehensive that. they will forever What mott, nen need Is a compelling

: set. at rest the mooted questions as enthusiasm l that will stir 1 their deepestself

:d.Rg billa become ole due..after otherwise'contract. Brat .1'*.. to the feasibility and cost of re- to action
act Ia 31 advertisement. rartlea not known t.Q... \,claiming thai.vast region as well It is better to say "This one thing 1 :B A ::ISrKEJES:

k required to 17, 'for IliJnrt&j 10 ad- as its probable agricultural adapt do perfectly," than to say, 'These

U.u-. Tall DNUXftJN. ability and'.lilOtt when drained. It forty thing I dabble la.:"
CAtsssvui b:: Vi. ..
\ .Is a great. work and may require --- - -- -. -AND DKALKKS INSea --. <1

r..- -- '? ." several years for completion.A .

: Tk. fair' weather friends alsrayape casual reading of the above would Oottoa.

*In bunch*, but the rlnds that I leave the Inference that this survey 'Is BAD BREATHDlh. zs1Ec1 + '

.I'",daring dvertitj are TmU...*. and to be made at the Instance of Governor :!,

iailN apart Broward and 'hft Tru.t. of the I h4 treubl.wttb /
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-.---- -- d..d.iI11N..5..dl.l.*.. My v' biir Do ....ralbaaala' bttBiB ., aMtslilroffia .. ._.
:; Internal Improvement Fond ; that b..a. ... .rr. a ** buy and tXMB U* Ra **.
( r"'ilsnelrtr abed.r. 1:.=!!.s.Mo, trl.utt'my br..tb r. harp.*.d. The fcceouaia of b* ks,b.a".orpor.Uo-..Iar.*rss .".....*.a4 oibers ,,1
they entitled to the credit of _... ..
woman has just disinherit are securing C iir t, ..> le.eeIIlle. lr..
.. .. ... ... I r.s.lvedoaratorabl.i.rma. 9prolalfseUtlesfo.aktae.oll..Uoase.att
.h. 1, .a, lk'' , "tlrvl*tnrJ[*...
for ; and this muoh needrdburvty by the %krr>ra l<. kn.w ih.t ..
I ij4krion marrying herjmaldj th.M w>.i t -for..'.ifriiv ir M -'r.I\: ":r-comn. *.. :oaCb. ae *aMe polau I* the Unlunl ntaie*.
pill* poor fellow. may b..($ bern j oat general government and without ere ...II. I.I,..*.114 C JtU .... M.w Vork,N.T.

tnbf 10 keep her |In the family, / pence to the people of Florida
\ =\ This I. not. true. The entire credit best for

- for this work Is solely. due to the efforts'of The G-aL c..esoLJ..e 'lor Lc L
pok'i tech your children that it w- "
lion Frank Clark, member of
.iUaa to tfU r worn and patched ... . .
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Congress from this dUtrict. When
ttatb**If joo are 'not able to afford

>Vnr. bat that It la no honor In wear- Governor Hroward'a' proposed drain. +ar t.rwutrtopie. G. S. MERCHANTS CO. :
age amendment to the constitution of
'1D'I'. sues that are not paid for. A. ,
Florida bejtan to attract the attentionof
port raid! "Remember. 'that rags Retailor and Jobber la
the 8tate, and the Governor had
m;eor a boy who will befeprat commenced his for Its ..... r>,.....,.. .....".........0....,-n-.J
world ' campaign adoption IC...rfcU'k"., W..k.a f'.UrliMW.U >(....i
Joy. 'i f. -* by ills Mr believ old In 'b : Tk* rnall. .*>.U kUrap4> CUUSlrlloC and Groceries }
i- -- b people, Clark t..e.a..d.., .as r..r a....,; bob Staple Fancy
: child' ing.hat l the State would not undertake Kcraetf Co..Chl..
Is in campaign against' l labor this great and expensive work ANNUAL SALE,TEN MILLION BOXES

tUAall-Child Slavery L.agu e sent I Ins without first aicertainlng these things train. Garden Seed. and Fertilizers.
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'ptpn Into the nnsylvantaeol
vise The practicability of drainage, BOOTH SIDE OAINK8VIIJLK.; ,rLOIU.DA
W,. A typical Instance of child opimtloB the cost\>4 drainage and the probable i I
lidetflribed' highest market prtce paid for Ohiakens. Eggs and other Prudnee.AOomplet .
I. lo tbe September valon of the landa after drainage, and
.....'. Home Companion.' Little realizing that (hete three things could Atlanta .took of Day Corn Oats tour, l rn. .....1. Cotton H-.>d peen "rand
liter Swambery had been working RTe W. handle only the VKHY!: I1KUT goods at the LOW... "
only .ascertained definitely and Intelligently
EDIT PK/OK8. and gnarante satisfaction always.S .
trisc )b. summer since he was bya complete and accurate -- - - ... -- -- .- .. .. .-- . .. .--.. '"
intre years-okl, and constantly for Birmingham
survey, went in person to see Mr. Wilson ,
wr..r.sjoee he was fourteen ear'. and
1 secretary of Agriculture,
0.)f...." :J, while winking.' bite atm appealed to him to have the survey Chattanooga OUTHERNRAILWAYN.

wtaoght in the belt of the scraper' made* at the expense of the Federal -.---

b.ot which he was In charge In the I government.. by the competent corps tl-Tt>* f.U....lfW. ..be4.t. *.,.r*.are p.......4 ....., 4lfwnoUua$ sad are atttrvMshi(4

kmktr, and torn oat of the shod Id er.n of. engineer In his department Louisville II 1.:: ::.: r ...- .'. '

boy received no "J aDg,." from Secretary Wilson promised Mr. twovmtt.u......... ...... .. I Cud... .au wet *.qlt .

fdsr!".fOlll U,. but ooneidYredrhlmself. Clark both orally and by letter, I ri.u..w.xso. i'- ilea J.nk.aav; ..-:-:-. :. : : ; -r. .:'

obligations to them 10;"paying will be remembered that (Cincinnati .... 11 asp t r.: ford,.
and It '
drerpenr 1 L:: = .n. ..: : .: 1 1. le se. A-: := ::: : : tlty.
or his operatloe and eaf. the Secretary's letter to Mr.I Clark was Ar aW ... ..-..... ..1; ewe. A. ...... .---:7.7'-i r hobo
tU>tn.>ptal! Inquiry waatnade at the 1" A. w ... ....... .. ..... A' ft. .... .. t ter.Ar ...
published generally by newspapersof ... a. .. II scalp A' _. .., r art..flea.
b City llopital In Wllkesbarre. and .... .. .. .at" ....... .
the Stale during the late! campaign. ..... .
'h -" Ii.. . ... ..:.. ..... . .
he!. ;: ... .... ..
learned that no charge wa We are making this statement In U- .._ -- -- ., 4.l g. ..., . . ,.... kI.ra fw
sad: Af' wet. ... . .... .r ..
betaate Ibe om j any w' 'an ads the' (Ia terr.t of the truth of h,tory.Mr. Chicago.RAILYY'T .... . ;: ... .. "a-'aLtIII&' .'tIitu
oaleoar.rib-jtor.: : :,: := Af ..Ir_ .: ; A. 1b.rr t.,
: -And now; with ..n.ftt Clark", ft entitled to .ol... crftdfc| for .a, y. ... .... ..r...w... '1'.1....... ....
.1.! 'ers at alxteeo. thlf little in. this proposed survey, which was the A' west -a .!.'sn .liJ.... 4 f .,... yar fU 1<. .(Jler. with no )'- _. ..., ...- .1' "(f.:.{ ... .. ..,....
fPIe compeoaatlon cm/ sensible thlog to do before ag ____ __ __. ---_ _-.. "ftp. ___ f
ocr tofernment nor one cent offtI'r..G dating the question of drainage at all --lt.'ST esaovM'vssss.b.rvws.av' .as. A. IIIMt! tl.I .Att
from LINE- .. .+ f iIw :=
Iu..s the rich corporation ... --- "...11_...... Me. .... .?. rAr .
;: aofT ri his rightarm.'wasit tor wee It Mt .s ,. ..
Occasionally one will hear the re -" ---- ssa.a .. . ...
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Maed .. A.Ina,.... .
left A I t ale. N
to him what should' .... M
mark. 1 with f were oat of this A' '" Oi: i.- -
P*'. bO .. bv HlrtHrIcrhtn.. .A' .Ass .. ..JIC..C . ". .t.rIIT I..-.L-..: re Mm r' best
Op. town." and then one feels like ssylnft-. "FLORIDA LIMITED"Leave x_ ... .... A' e.". .. .. .. .. '"" E.1. ...
fWtac.t. II 'b. llttle .111.1. school for who AiAr a__" .".. '". .... A' w4 '" t. .....
a man
"I wish yon were . ..
'" heist e/ AI'' .11'
And that region goes on stands on the street corner chewing. .onvlll TtiA ea.14o114 A' t -"_.i1. .. t A' A:mu.."...... __ ._. .. kIt.Ete.I1.i.ela '''"
Jsek p. .
s th. little .al'' ..-..... ..
tlf"keh' boys to the coal. anal spitting, teUlag obscene 1torle. train Fino t IHning' Car .... . ;WI..ha.'ibybrbgb .

carting the ,.wa. finding fault with $Herrlc. Very H"t Day Oeachee. ( Car Pert.. a>.. ANJft-1 ... .. ....... ....
1w =_-'- hi. grandmother bee4e; ..h.a.. awoman. Thrwugh PeKrosn KMe....,.. Tal.. uii s./ac. .. .. ., I C..

.r.'.a s C''or." "of KnTemb Hoeeea clafmlngMhaf the rnrrehaat -1H- : -H;. 1r.ra-; -rirbea a" t1.JS, ream.. I..ewtn; ; -.Q;.
at that r-ry young maD local Sleeper to Atlanta. /'err. ?...'s --.. J "ta .. ". f4l.....
5 .*. c antry area lot of thieve, that the 1..1"anI ,.. a *. eeN: } : ..,.....: J........" (..... t..Miua f...." __hJrMbd V.,.
oaght to read and men world sk!. a .I............. am ".. ,.... LM_ Our
trtd soar ". dads l ,.. that newspaper "J w ."... ........... ...... ....... .... .....4s.. t w to/sae ........., U.Mer.
'S'2' Na .. DOe roan to a finish and a whole lot nor*. ....... .......... .... .... N....... .1l........
t slob l I. Mammon wor- abooiiaatio, rrttfot. .. ....1. ...... ' ......., c. !sad Mi.aasa
I % nuisance and an For raU r"et.e.r rr.* .l. w. 1'L.
ISipvd *
rf't t ) ss In America., Any town pestered .I' one or more I eaUou or writeJames J'c.., J:;:; S. .::::.. nee k, rs. 1/; ...-==:.-..esS. ;-\r.AMo., ,.

'. J asserts that the r..*l... oeta worthies' would be |u.t.fled lne>. -" -
his ,bey I. Ibe nrrat .A a.r. erelslog cowhide aathorlty on .... I ]Freeman JAL 17trZMA M. 6e.w/m'r. ..;.;;,A..s5m W eM her114 Jw/am..tq.,n..

... f'TII'V 110 oU'.r eoog'f7 1n booom of their pent. No one Is .. a. M. II ANw.c i. T. M W. H TAVfjr>ftO. r. A. .... u. AUJRW. A a t* Ai' -
w'' JI ,. salted ()(a.II.*... 1R't. J..k.. .. .. liet
Lt.. the the rime '.m... oblic."(l to live wt..r. be not i
e *l 1l of oo.'s If sae base's .ft .....enct.c word for l I :
..., ability .
1 tbtfoo. business rnt.rpei... and Isstlto I
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ao of M. toes. be sao "
. H. Ara./k.' It..'( tt a Cite and ..,0 '.., Pek sad .K Mdosra.." IfI I MUnLWa wMUt. ; ATLANTIC COAST LINE

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INTEREST IN GILLETTE TRIAL. Case. ofaetnre proeorts.tore, preserve.,,
NEGRO CHARGED WITH ASSAULT. I Court' Concludes man ,
I I I I ..Jeffereon City, Mo. Nov. 39.-The pall deliver mortgage pledge and
deal in fee, ice cream, and also meat, now
Great Crowds of People Attend Trialat supreme court Thursday eon 1udedI simflTAMP.AJ
Will Johnson Indicted by the Grand I fish fruit, veRetsblfs.! milk provioioi r
.. Jury Thursday. Hetkimer. N. Y. the suit brought by Attorney General and produce wood, coal, oil and

Atlanta, Nor. 24.Will Johnson Herklmer. N. Y. Nov. 23.-TUcr Had ley to out: the Detmar Jockey fuel. hay straw, grain lime. stone.

the Hegro In the Tower on the charge was another great crowd of wo;n. u !! Club from the state by issuing a writ brisk arid building material ; to pro-

Of having Mrs. and men walling Thursday morningfor / j ot.-buster. Last summer a dedsloa cure, mortfrnee ''t"a.t and dispose 01
f criminally the doors of the old-fa-t hI"n.1 machinery buildings and real rtnte;
was rendered b\ the court that the
Georgia Hembree at her home near l I trsDmft. furnish sell _
Rattle Herk1m county court house to opt n cloh had violate! its charter by allowing to make more,
Hill last August was Indicted si.d deal In steam and electrie current
gran for the continuance of the tory of betting on the races after the NOVEMBER 14
Thursday by the jury for that I .tah.r or both for heating lighting; to 29 t 15
the love of Oraee Brown, of Cor.- : repeal of the Breeder's Law. Attorneys ,
and pnwer by wires pipe., and any
Johnson was also Indicted for two landt, for Cheater Gillette, of the for the club ale a motion for a lawful. means and alto refrigeration

,', burglaries, one from the house of death of tae girl, and, lastly, the re-hearing and UIP.caN. has been' by pipe line and any lawful, means; to SEABOARAir !

,Mrs. Jessie Woodlee, the other from trial of Gillette for her. alleged mur- kept In court. Tode '...decision: ; it transact n g..n*>ral cold storage bosi
der. nnal. .. commission iines.. laundrybusiness
the raid is ne *
home lllll Jefferson
of an old negro Line
When the court session closed after ntfrrantile business sndmanufacturing Railway
who resides near Mrs. Jlemree' b4111In"
and to buy,
dark last night, the chain of evidence Prepare for Safety of King. ; Announces
home. !11!. noortfrsgr. pledge, procure and a rate of
Peter Gilbert the aon-ln-law of presented by the prosecution had Rome Jfov. 23.Thorough precautionary dispose of corporate share, stocks.
reached the point of the story where measures Dave bean taken privileges and frsnehlnes .ONE !
Joe Glenn, the negro who was acquitted powers. per- . FARE.
of the charge of having criminally Gillette was at Arrow Head on Fourth to Insure order Friday on the oc- tslninff to 11IM l matters or any thereof

.. assaulted J. N. Lake after the fateful boat ride with casion here. of the arrival of King A. The' smonnft of capital stock an- Plus 25 cent, pIca M cent, Ce

Mrs. Camp, his one-time sweetheart or Big: Moose George, of Greece. About, four hun- orird is fifty thousand dollars mission Coupon, to Tampa sod r..
wan Jndtcted for dimple assault. The for the
lake. Tlave ($50.00000) ; the number! and parvalneof public. and one cent
dred extra arrived at per
negro Is charged with having laid violent policemen charts inro which It I. divided are for Military Companies and
Exactly what the defense will be this place from the provinces, the Bands. Bates 1
hands upon Mrs. Elizabeth five hundred shares and each share othe appl from 'j
Hugglns In her turnip patch about has not yet been disclosed. Those carbineers have been reinforced: and par value of one hundred dollar ; Stations on Seaboard In Fbrida.It

three weeks ago. who have been, following the trial the troops forming the garrison have and the terms and conditions upon DATES OF SALE From

closely Incline to the suicide theory, been' augmented. All anarchists or wMrh it is to be paid in are that it North and West of Oaliie.TUI. p I
Johnson will be brought to trial In a04 t
and It 10 said Gillette's counsel havea suspected persons are under close shall btt paid In cash with the poweron cher (including 'ho e poiut). No
the superior court, before Judge Roan score of witnesses. They maintain ..oneillance.CASTOR'. the part nf the corporation to "0. her 13, 15. 17. a, 22, 24, 27 and .3.

early next week at which time the absolute secrecy on the subject. sent payment for a certain portion not and from points butt, iov 'all .f i
caeo of Gilbert wll} also be taken' up. When ezeopdins' : ninety per centum of raid and dally, except Saturdays and
court convened Gillette walk-
After returning true bills and one e"pltal.tottk In property! labor or services days up to and including tramc,
**0o bill" the grand Jury adjourned ed briskly to his seat beside his counsel A at a just valuation to be fixed by arrive Tampa morning of NOT,

subject to call. liecarried a notebook and a the corporators or beard of director Final return limit, all UChU.
pencil with him and while the first For lafints and OhUth" n. according to law, and each re rt I float* 30th. 1006.

witness* was. testifying, made several of Mock shall l issue only when the For further information
Sixty People Loss Their Lives. I The Kind You Have covered for In na
I notes. Always Bought!: share thereby are paid Ticket Agent! or write JAB F Tar
Chatham, N. D. Nov. 24.-More full and when issued tbe stock thai Traveling Pass Agent
% I The witness was a porter at an Arrow Tampa. l7
than half a hundred lives were lost Bear the /"a'f-f tHa non.aaessable. 8. O. UOTLSTOK, Ja., A*.'t Gm'l I
Head hotel where Gillette went
and nearly a score of vessels were 6leuatnroof .. 4': The term for which it shall exist Agent Jacksonville. Fla. ; CBABI
', swept to destruction on treacherous the night Grace Drown disappeared. Is nln..ty.nfne' yrarsD. RYAN (.*enl Ps... Agent, or Low]

reefs and sand bars of the gulf and lie gave little new Information. The businesses! of thlj{ company F. COST,. 2nd Viee..Preident. Po

river St. Lawrence during the season Cotton Machinery Idle. .. ar. to be conducted by a board of three mouth va.DR. .
FIRES CAUSED EXCITEME T. director, the number wht".ttol.m.J beehanJtf'd
of navigation now drawing to a close. New York, Nov. 24.-Mr. Laureas
from time to time' In accordance
B O EIN>Ct3E; ,
Of sixty who In stockholder In QAI:3
persons perished Loomis a southern
Six Incendiary Fires In New York with the bylaws in such sort that
these waters within the past year* cotton mills and representing them In there shall not be leas than three nor

nearly 50 were lost this month the City. northern markets, has, at the reqveat mo e than seven, The director shall! ROB?. O. BOWERS,
most disastrous In the several years. New York Nor. 23.--61x Incendiary of prominent ofnclabr of the mills boe elected by the Block-holder at the

_,, The financial losses aggregate a quarter ores. caused Intense excitement In prepared a statement showing the seriousness annual fleeting or a subsequent adjourned DENTIST.
the vicinity of Twenty-fourth street or special meeting to hold until :
t of a million dollars. The majority of the labor problem In the
and Hfghth avenue early Thursday the nest annual meeting and until
;r' of those who perished were morning southern mills Mr. Loomis declares .n .saors are elected and qualified Office In Miller Law Ezcbang :

lost from square-rigged vessels of that not over 75 per cent or 80 perCent There hall also b*. a president viee-
One woman was so severely Injured
"} foreign register. of the cotton machinery of the president, secretary and treasurer;
that she may die, hundreds of lives Graduate University of Penosylr
the shall be ellsiblo
tame -
south Is running because labor or person
Negro Osrnttt Put Off Bench. were enddangered and thousands fled help cannot be secured to run the r.- for two or more of such
to the strata In fear. onleea a director shall be eligible
Chicago NOT. 24.-Ferdlnsnd L. mainder. J. U. ALDERMAN
t' The financial loss Is comparativelymall. for one or more of soch offices;; DR. ,
,Barnett, the negro assistant state's
The determination of the there shall be such other office and
attorney, who, according to the re- Stole Jewelry from Tenor. such assistants, agents and factors as
firebug to make complete work Is Illustrated New York No.,. 23.-Andreas DENTIST
tutus was elected judge of the new Dip- the board nf directors may determine
by the conditions at 235: W. tenor to In of the by.Iswst and each
municipal court at the recent election pet grand opera r.ported I pnrtUMn
eighteenth street. This Is an apartment that of the officers shall btt elected' by the
Las born unseated by the canvassing the police Wednesday jewelry Over Dalton A Co Bou OB
board. The election return gave house occupied! by 24 families. valued at from $1,000 to $.JOOO had hoard of director at its m@ft.lnRneX&!
When one of the tenants was aroused 'I following' the election of directors or .
Barnett plurality of 409. but the official been stolen from his aatartmeata during -!,
at subsequent meeting for the
current -
by the odor of
count of the 36 wards of the << burning wood the corridors his ahssnee. There la no elue'' ,...P. The board of director DR. DaVERE B. MORRIS,

city which was completed Thursday, were filled with stifling smoke. to the thief. shall flll all vacancies on the board of
The gas had been turned off at the j directors and in office named in
how that Thomas D. Lantrnoma. I any . _DENTIST. . .
.brat, .was elected by a plurality of meter In the cellar and the frantic Magistrate Reserves Decision In this. charter to told until the next
tenants were forced to feel their' way election and the qjiallSaatlon of BOO-
494. llarnctt was the only Kepub- through Inky dark room and balh,. New York Nov 24.-Magistrate I ers.or.. The annnal meeting of the
lean defeated for a city office at the When the firemen reached the house fisher reserved his decision In the .tnek.holdpr. for the election of the Office over Mareal End el's. rbofteT* rttJ

lection. the fire were crowdd with case of Enrico Caru-ti,, accused of' director shall take pise on the second
escapes annoying Hannah Crab!m In the Monkey day of April of rch year} but the
Q.d.Durham Testifies After Four Years half-naked men and women and children. house Central stoek.holdere at any meeting in puroane -
So closely were they packed on Park, at thenclu.lon of notice Div. GORDON TISON.
change this
O. It Il'irhans of Carlisle Center, of the bearing Friday.
on the platforms that It waa Impossible annual meeting to tome other fired DENTIST.
It. Y., writes i 'About four years ago for any of them to make their day. Until those elected at the first
I wrote. that I had basis Two Passenger. Killed. election shall the
you staling way down the Iron ladders. All of qualify, board of dleolnrf -

entirely our.diof. sever kidney trou- them were taken down by firemen.It Colorado Springs, Colo. Nor. 24. shall be \V. H. Thorns. O. A. Esekautti
Office ta inner LAW
bit Its bottle -Katitbound Colorado Midland Go'clnuieh and B. K. Hampton ; and
st by taking than two of here passenger
was that the Mrs.
woman president\ K Thorns vice' -prrpl l- .. FL.t.
train No. 0 collided ; Q..yl.
Foley's KM fry Cure. It entirely Carneml Arnold, was Injured. She with two : drnt.O. A Cnlolnogh ; secretary and

topped the brick dust sediment and fell while trying to climb over the Tire light engines at Ivanboe and It .Is trrsanrrr, B: P Hampton.

pain and symptoms of kidney dl...... escape railing and was terribly hurt. ported that two passengers were .re-I 6. The highest amount of Indebtedness T.i B. ELLIS, JR.,
_.. ed and several
have dl I.snntarrd. lain clad ID say - liability to which the corporation -

that I have never had a return of any J I Great Orltaln Excludes Chl"_.,. can at any time subject Itself ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

of those ",,,torn. durlnic the four London Nov. 23.-The first attempt Delaney Is Killed by His Wife I stall value cot of the exceed outstanding the aggregate Issues par of

to exclude Cbluss. from landing Chicago. Nov. 21.-James F. Delaney -
years that have .1'1"l | *d and I am evidently , tonk

eared to stay used!, and hvartlly in Great llrlUIn Is now occupying vice president of the Ameri- 7 The names and residence the OAIXXSVILLX Roan>

rreommeud Pole}'. Kidney. Cureto the attention of the Immigrationboard. can Snipping company was today shot sohworther and the amount of'stock

.' Thirty-two Chinese from and killed by his wife, who Immediately subscribed by .each are a* follows t
anyone suffering from kidney or I. A. CARLISLE
bladder trouble." J. W. MeUollumA Hong Kong who arrived at Graves on afterward committed suicide. Incorporator W. R. Thomas; res
their to Liverpool where --- Id.nHl Oalneaville, Florida; shares of ATTORNEY AT LAW
A __.,...---._.._,___ way they Four Men OO..h ar.*.
had been engaged' to work In laundries Drowned. Incorporator O. A Colcloogh ; ,.*- And Solicitor In Eqait;
Many' Witnesses Examined. were refused- permission to Grand aplds. Mich. Nov. 23.. -A Ideate,Gainesville, Florida; shares of

r Herktmer. N. Y. Nov. SI.--With land the 'Immigration o01ce baaing message from Holland stairs that four sy k. 100 shares.Mneorporator Res' Estate, Convrjanein<*< sn40i

the serviiiil' week of lhu trial of Cbes- tbelr refusal on the lack of means of men were caught on the crib work B. F. Hampton, ,.,f. eral Praetiee. All bueinesa prom -f

tor ClUetlo, charged with the murder . support of the Cblo.... The ease or the new pier by a storm and were drnce. (}*lo*>**Ille. Florida; shares of attended to. Office next docrtabofce

of his ....'hdrC. Grace Drown was appealed to the Immigration! lashed away daring the night and stock IOOh<,,... OA i.aviUJ. Ftcan.jTERDINAND

drawing to a close, the prowcutioa drowned. WITNESS WHEREOF sub-
board and after consideration. dweUloa I. verlblns; tueorporators
hereby sign
lute yet many witnesses* to examine was postpone, the chairman of the .. their name Ibis the 17th [ BAYER

before the state's side of the ease Is board pointing out that this raa the Be CharitableTn vewb.r. ATTORNEY AT LAW.

cloned When tb. court adjourned first ease uintor Ute law and one of your horses as well ae lo yourself.You t". R. THOMAS. Fru

Thursday night the district attorneyhad great Importance.Therm's. need not suffer from pains of any' O A CoucLoroa. OAI1I.aTlLUl. -

not carried his .. .. B. F. II AMITOM.FLoaroa .
story along to the
hones need
- ---- - ort-your not eerie Try f
Outline of the sjlrtts body In nig Moo SLATS o. ( Can sell '00. pity properly.
: **
No Use. a bottle' of Ballard's Snow Liniment.Ueurreall aad pbfk"'
CotTNTT proved
Or .tt.acuva. t
lake. After that point has been pains. J. M. Roberts n.. aalmeron'cU... bead kis
4t Talking ean'l bet Hrrblne far 1. sa offieer aotborised rueklag and
you duly to takeseksowl.dgem.nta
reached IIk.f9111 follow 2l13a
the tee*
kersfi>ld. Mo., write. "I ha".> u-*d a list of what you offer for..le.
meal| testimony of the physicians who the "..r. Th. tut.t regulator ever poor Liniment fnr ten yes" ,and tied U Slat and of drrde In lb.

performed the autopsy. offerrtl to afferlnn hbm..",. If yea to b* the be I ...". *v.r n*.d for man rownty aforesaid hereby BAKER.TTOhti
certify that the above named IV. It. W.E.. .
suffer from liter eoatplslat. If yon are orbeat.M Sold by W. $t. Joh M>a. Thorn**, C ". Colelooeh and B. F.

S,.,. Fair at Tampa.On bilious and fretful It's year liver aDd .hm to... to me personally known, 'ET-AT.T.Atirs

lIub.[ ... will put It In Its proper eon Application For Letters Patent. this dsy subscribed the foregoing lastmmrnt -
aeeminlnf th* Floklalate Ml*!. dttion. A positive rare for eoestipslion In my prreene.. sad Ihea . SOLICITOR IN' CII.A'E1tT
Winter Fair' at Tampa, Nov. I4lh toMath and there each neknovledced before
bllloa tar*.. all Ills .. Take noil*. that the and.retnrd' In* .me ht. slvnatur. to said 1.' .
the Atlantis CV.. Line ,
% Hallway
due to a torpid livr. Try a bottle sad t..d tnsDoly: to .... fbv.rnnr' of the ,... fe* eaveutrd tae earn. GAINESVILLE.' Alaeaoa r4.
will. sell tickets for on. fare plus T4 t4ia of Florida for Patent
e on $uek
\VITNE83 and Office fa Eadet _
will" .IN. Sold hand offieial seal
never u. anything my ,
eenS f leeledleg ".'m'..'."" reopen! ) by yon W. )I. Joh..o the chanter pr.r.****.i and. ..b4>Hb-d as In said emtnly and ittsiet* thu 17tn Usvef ___ _ -

the reuml ,,(1'n....* tickets. wilt 'O'j - east berauader set forth aanl pan* November. A. D 1 BATZSVIA

r cued!. from points north and woes Cemplaln. -.r Rwtneus Prtaes.Ataa 1 t h lashed* node. aid fear thai weeks sash after apptleatsea th s salt wiN nr J. VT. CAS-JTOST, I LOW BOUNDTBIP

Archer, Oalnrsvtlte, Roe"."., Haw. NO" sagarplanters the flr t i* &blie..... Wr.?. to-Ut 0" Neiary.toeawadeo Pabtie expires 8tale of September FW rMa.Mf LOUISVILLE adg&t

theta and ratal'a. tnetadlns thee of N.sgroe. stand, wbleh. ordtearfty tea :) hdav .f 0..."'*''#''. A I) 19C*. 17th. 1.K.

points Not. 18. IS. 17.*d. V.: ". 37 andteth la the rtcbvst ftrodoeer of that t! T"'. 17th day of :N...."' .r. A. I). I I VILLE E. B.

3 "'fOItpc n..IMMIH of tfe. above staple ta the rHlWe,.l.. troop. .e.- j IIlrd. MT. It. Twotsas, .t------------- --- ....
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O A. btcLoee< .e. NOTICE or SALE OFPROPERTY. I'Ea.tOfJ.L The LooUvHU A JCashvttt* lawiN
point pad leetodtag teem NMV.14ib pieta of r S.eaa market price.. Ttejpa B.F.H......... ; from J.oaville ....
f I sell ntH
ail dally thereafter .* *pi Saturday t+r* are om UM rerge of bash. nraad.trip "ulapse.
CHARTER or FRCtT CiROHER8* :501'. I. hereby gives tHat to shOwts .."
l sad gusdav ftp to awl i..,U Jtug yap sad tsar are borrowlmg at so potets
aft trams scheduled, ,..rr" inTami. tte hUEkest rate of tnterret Im orderto I IOK COMPACT.TV Tn.r..4y. the tail day e* X>*>.*Tnber. ,....s. PreporUoeately: W. n..**

be for. sass of NOT ,*... t...a> ('0...... ta ofMrraMee upttts thathe ..b HNeg leMwriM+ '"'" ...,*.1 I.A. D It..*., *t 11 o'rto-k a. n*. ef *,.. !. .r pelats.ft4OHa .
t .
r )....\>3 a Tampa Jiwr. KXa.Tfc .1' tnsrfce wttt lef rove.. t tTM by .......,* ,....*.lr..* caw .....-... I s4tJ.. &I. .. dc..(ft) .hares of Q. Settee A L..4 "'ea

h Tamp Fair at... year will b* ......n'... aeodfea so... .... .f I.. aMa*; >M.stork.t AecTtsta.of in KqwWaM O Trwt b 'I TIc hot. o- eaW .*,t. rI ++slntora

nmtten taiga ..*!. Sham b.r.'*f.r.. tee $ttat. ef rtcU wttk ifc. t..a.. ."I"C.r sSe c s. +tntt IIiaf& iltaUs'r 4t asp
New Pw. rood sod Df', f srseins t34.t par v.h*. ., I
sad !avg. crowds will au from all leg .100I eo sees,. at pebb e* .*... .
V$;:.. it* tht Poet other State*. It will \ Wf' ... |.l...*..4 la aike.Msee. fast r..1. In. name et the 1013 eorv .%ilw', I*!! .Sv. ""Mn III.... Wer tat s.sery......t..*Sses. at I, Deny toe September ** ....

be an etc U.*. opportunity t. feast a.,". llw..v eat Ts fr ro.g>e, eo.M* !' rlll.ITOI1O\-JrU.. .. .f OOHIAKY.a I Cls>....vi4... Flrts1a. t>..iBut .' I 'Utp semmet :...... .rakKs llr

t>:\\t friends ,and renew ........a > mast tesg tr........ Is stet a9..le.| bf Obe .the...ehi.....t.pia..J'IoHW us _b.Nn.e. with tM seals r-w.beat ",i,.rtf .* ts>4 .. l..f B. P. !view i; tw sus sate to vsrleoso re" -

,*. :c.t.... YVsre T*.o4 aa4 Dreg law .. she pert s. 1M dlrwetece .. aa. f i deeteed. Ice she t>.nwee M > jtagj I lafDra.alMta" eebeswu tus.;"':.;ffsapfllatbm
ran iSt.rntstMui rs.. be had troop j : J+I'" "..... .t said ..,.... .*. wiJ1HE be faitfdrawf
all Att i'e t sweet LJ.. aseeM or trees i iyrattk sa h ......t..... aaosles_.. ..Lama. .... and 4..a...., pise.e..t p sa.. -t I :r........ vise a
1 Uof UU* U......, INMeeng t!f.. 4rsg.* sad we rerotpnieini It as a j ....... 1st said 8>*a.. sad .i w........ !I CW.1 Riewa zm lj I I 0 It .g
Agent. A:!a.'-4 Coast J-*.*. Ja........ safe r.t..*lr tee elkiMlrV* sad "atl. 2 TM gsetel etsrs.t the ......1 I .... ..... ......,... ef the XsMu rf rk lhs"a. .Ageese. t. .1' r r t"W.

c Iri>.t., lr ta.a 'J \V M.Qetlaaa, Jt 0.. r aegis to be B. p ftkakAres,dee. *.*.**** .7 da.ja.aawawttt: ''lIP.

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l' SCHOOL STATE MASONS - -- -" -- .....-
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i Budget For the Week FromchOOI Adjourned After Four Oaya|
Correspondent. Ing Session Here. I

!(t>'s ..roll for the first After a four daJ'- .e".lon of one oft Newbro's? Herpicide

soP1 4 -2131 bo,. and 257 the most Important communications of I

,.eft.overaa: ge dally attendance the Meridian Grand Lodge of Florida. !
\ III month closing 8.taror Free and Accepted Ancient York. MaJ J '

1M".; or nearly 94 per cent. eons (Prince Hall Compact), under I S 1, .

P.\ut. for the banner to bee the National Grand Lodge of North | .

;the honor grade In deport.d&5d America and Provinces and 'incorporated ... ;. .. $4'
.ttendane will be rer under the lUll of the different

Tbtr Firth. Sixthb.t"ehe States, tbe meeting has adjourned.The "

National Grand Matter, Rev A.
Tbtkgrsdes.shoo :
excellent workt.diaeiplin.fs B. Allen assisted by thu National
) /It doing
Secretary' Dr.
Improving from Lockhart and National

Deputy Grand ...
have Master Rer J. S.
We will soon onetb"
..&It.e"U k not the very best dla Todd for the. State of Florida, were .

.eehool'Mn the State. The'flU.. present.The ,, r
ofBcera-elrot l'n-
Lll are all proud of the were
tenchers determined to make for .t"I1.1 tor the present Masonic Tart ; )
I md are Re. John Speight O. M. ; Rer. G. II.

.5..)fICODJ to none. :May D. G. M ; J W. Bborter, 0, R.

clptl's talks at chapel exer W. ; U. L. Shuman. G. J. W. ; 8. II.IIendley .
. and tbe /
?. hort to point
a.11. Grand Trracurert W. A.
paiD' are taken An make this Roeh IIe, Grand Secretary ; Robert

: ,,Aether/ of the whole sehnol Hall Grand Tylwr. Among the appointed V I
and pleasantestJof
II ths brightest officers 8. P. Shu man.Grand #
tbe day, that both teacherslspilsmaT
Lecturer; ne..3. R. Hnrri', Grand
R* to their day's work r
Chaplain nod others The National +
Jcrtced .tr-ngthened. and
Grand Master, associated with the National ,
Lto only pleasant happynctw.
Secretary, then left for
effects of this effort of
their hornet in Atlanta, Ga.
,,,t eipal an'! teachers are already

rtppsreot in the growing spirit GUARANTEED By... W. M'COL-
irfatnesi( and Rood( order: that LUM & CO. cW&e

JH the entire aehool. Of course

.iBttoi also better work. MUo-na the Only Remedy

[1' UeBeath took occasion one .
They Sell In Thla Way.The .
ii' (this week to pay a high comj .
guarantee given by J. Vf. Me-
t to the teachers and no doubt
applause which it elicited Collom & Coon Ml-o-na stomach tablets .
rbnrty .
ski entire tchool made every means something.It ,

tri* burt beat jolt a little quick Is their personal promise that 4.

.std drew her still closer to her own they will refund the .noney in ease

!bud of pupil.. MI' does not do all that is claimedfor 1

Viverecharmingly entertained .t ; It in curing Indigestion strengthening ; { .,
the whole digestive .tern and
I Wednesday! morning by a vo- !
litlobyMiss Rosabel Pedrick, and .restoring: ,the health of &ho.e'who I
ape f
It. ,
lobliicatoby little Bernice' D*. t!

It (be parents only knew what If the head achen. if the buck and e '

t<.t.nd enj'yabe! times we have< side are painful If there la distress i/:: BE.. TTRACTIY'E1"fOlt
and nausea after eating If you are '
ia raioceierei es, they would cerjfrdropln
sleepless, nervous1, and out of sorts hair'it; a neeemary' alit to aitraotlvenc, and I tlniifti' attention 'It itv.r,,oin* It and keep It out of the
occasionally and see ua with every woman'can, have |>rttha'r if .h. will make mn "...1". N.w.>r..'. ll.rp clile will aanomnllah all.. this
you can perfect confidence ;
i get a
Itn body I. glad examination week Intelligent rndeavoe in that dirwfttlon. whl'n" i. used InI.ll|+genltr 1I.I..ct. will not .
r ,
r ;
CO-cent box of from J. W. MeCollum NKit*' of.the hair !I. the .
mrind we are all anxiously await. greatest enemy of hair' form nllseir.l l ( it will not fore you to niHimluti wttat
: A Co knowing that the remedy benti-r aid ttihse* who continue to practice neglect ..1. ever uit.*.ilt*'y habits are responsible fur fealp
i at otr card for the your
[ peep report dum fail to li
se> attractiveness
i will coat :you absolutely nothing troublo, but lir ,Us It will, aid' you t.s bare
stk. unless It gives freedom from all Just all soon, as the natural glossiness of the hair beKins the teautl'ul hair that lI.rpl"t'J. users arc prated for.
Kin. Rath Dig has returned after a you to f"'ha' there la troublo In thin aonln' It 8'ft' itching of th t e..*'li almost Instantly.MO .
hJlap,.. Ruth Is III. and pains and restores you to And that dudnera, brittleness aunt )lusterlessn. of the
a general fa.
health. hair will rome and be followed by dandruff, Itching UK MEN: AMt MOMIIX IUVIS UOrTKX
t*. and her elara.matea were glad scalp and falling' hair f I'OHiTlVE! :
No one thing la the e ue of more I ItllHUf.TM l' lOt Till! I'SK: OK
MKWIIKirHiiiK : '
ivtlrom her back An luv< U suffering and pain than Indigestion. .in the ... .,t. c.nse.d..r..rr..uu..u..tH1'ta..n.' : ;' ' ; TitaN rium All OTIIIIUtutu !
c. .,.
Waugh has been found and Many cases of so-ealled kidney di. tagiuus and prugre"'lve. It require. prompt sad t'f1Q' nr.Kr.MiMJ. (VlIIIU: : .
S'.th grade are in hopes he will
tin lost agiln.TtoDtmotthenean. pa.e. heart trouble and nervousness At DnMt Ittore. tart ,0It''le.(.... 10 TtlH 1Ir.K..laIPR 00.. L. uruh. )lba? form_......
are only different way in which a

Literary Society weakened digestive system shows It. See VvindowDisplay S. BODIFORD

Its 'interesting meeting Friday af- self.Use at... & CO.'S Special Agents

*nroa" ,. They' decided that women Ml-o-na stomach tablets and ,

MCfettohae' > the aame edneatlon aart. your ill .health will soon be cone, and -

The - -... ---- --- -. ----------. . .. .. ._ . .. .. . .
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member of both societieswmakog you w rapid Improvement' the I hare ever had Indigestion' i>r Tow float Destroyed by Fire.
nIl debating The aootwty paper its recoiling Ills. Nashville 1 N:... 34. --A Fl .nee, USTMKU H. JOUDA.K XV W. II A ill TON.

...M effpeeUily bright' and Intereat. J. W )MeCollum Co. ran tell you Ala. dUpatcrta t the tow t.a' i

ilssaber111aehool of their customers who have been rp..tor..d ibe City of. iondon warn destroyed by JORDAN &
fire at the menu of fhr..w..r at SFrfday COMPANY
meet aa usual next to health by tbe use of this
' o'ckKk ..ntl... The crew
tndl'-Tb&Qh"hIDZ' Day and remedy, but the best rvideneeof their I
barely iwoapMl with their live*. .
atucd to a body the union thanks. faith In its po".,. to cur. Is the positive .
la a total fesa, with 115M louraoee. INSURANCE
*n't imices at the Tabernacle. guarantee they give with every .

f r",at. all grateful to Mr. liar psekageeornethingthat they. do not .
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//atorlating PORTER IJUOCk '
our piano tuned and feel like giving with any of the .otherstemaeh No Case of Pneumonia' on Record. ClAINqSVILLII, FLORIDA
Wle .. .. .. .
good eooditloo for us. ]It remedies they have l In their -- - --
W do not know of a ainxle I InstaneeIn

!rtvrl kind and thoughtful In him atote. ..-- - T- "b.r. a cough .'r .w r..o".d Fire Life and Accident :"eupue1; ..ld !

Accidental Shooting. pnearmsaslaura .....nsumptien wh... Ye!.

c:: '. Honey sad Tar bal been taken.t .
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p. !t ''' Information has r"Aehf'd this city of -
,- f. 1 .rfd .t.i. .,f
"" ,- :- )IIr) /0\ eerie Hi.I. e |> .ih.
,, Hell
the death of William a negro
:: '-t .. d. n.1/ take <"i ane s wits ..... UNwhi
r- : man employed by the Southern HellTelephone SE..A.SO..A. EJD
\ _-: kneww.. pr.paratkws tsar enntala .
watch occurredby
',' $g Company, op..... wbieis ..aUl. ............0.. a
.. accident at Mleanopy Friday. .oediaren that ,Cards. ,.......ry hem a Air Lino Railway
',""!. ' ; Dell who .Is one of the. linemen, was
< < . 8014. Ask for Kotey'a Money' and Tar
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.", ... . ;J fooling with a pistol which was seer
r aDd refuse any abstltut. offered. J. FOR. i
.- .. '''. deutly dNehar<<-.d.. The ball catered . . .
J .
W. MrCollaai A Co.
.I. i01 . ......, ., his abdomen and from It. effect be
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.J died within a short time.
) Savannah
'" Columbia Camden Southern
.f .. :a' ; -.- .- ,
f" '
.. III:!" There I. No Reason To The Public
.." .. .h. .'''1 : Pines Raleigh Richmond Washington
.....1... _. Why your. baby boaUl be thn. led

*ha Irvtfol during the nlaht. \Worm .f.
croorot ofold w mBALLARBS the cans of thin steklr teM' ,.. h.. I am sow tl ...* pr.p *44 r of the Baltimore, Phil a-. r;

ag'O'th. natural that healthy baby .feo M W
r a .
11 lip formerly operated by the Ileird delphia. New York.
fat and sleep well If goer baby
not retain Its foal d.V, .ZIl4 rn>.,., Hardware O -M.y* .*< will| ........ i

HOREHOUND with ell cores a.J "* >.r _e4kl...
I' but try a bottle of ,......', Cream the b*esi ..s s t the earn *M et ". AI'], Two
SYRUP Vermifuge. sad yea will eeoai ... your will sass.C .y a*, att a. Efoftuut Dally. \ _
x r z baby have color aDd as it .....14. \

1..,.. 4 WU hood have be tate brslt. r.of Bold by W. M. John.***. ..... $.':.. .'- sill Ian ._ ..,. by ;' Seaboard Express.r
a n. .&J r< and
tIw..h &Ua.N..r; ...
rai SJ'rIIp OIIP NInA Qwft eNS KM'.. ...... "
cit slits, COl.Ds. stow' ff! A.......... O. "OW'- U.-Donvw. THOI. M'&YOY.. Seaboard Mail.
t't 4rtiTts AND !st fie awls .tt1s wbh k+ to. ''Wreo a .*e.t Metal W.rt' .bd $.....u.

1.awn..tRY $ tdsern ......
p'm rtootzaa. L& w.gdspP .. I sd. .. c....,eaapA.f.N .
,7. A.1.1 r r say
, -, ... Il. )fe C.U "led wil J.Ise q t.... aa4 efot
I | ,- ;'*. I tabwrtiia lUna.r... ...... 91. .......,. cei0 .
: :: k..*"<< u'e...r*.reed eId .* fataib- Soab are stesa. IMIB.Lm. 9 MODERN
y. .
r bred
..... .hIotI .. e1 Ls warn a
"aa4 like d. sa'. 1 1"I. .maioy.e e 1M 1M t. r1.Fassoua DRO//M HOUSE
*. ..
Uc.. tOc usU I.oe.
S >QI. e,... ar.t" -.. BARBER HOPI Only Lino Operating;

: SIn .. ,..ears ..
lktiMIt CD S Th.ltt.rn.t ,. .
1.'KfS. ... ..... .re IH xaat'. ".. Ut. flue I Ia.II:'" r ,..a". rr.: ,. OiHy Tbrosfb Pollmjft Sleepers from JsckloflLHs, to Hew Orbit

, ........... 110.. .. :. ,........ Idvet sod. bsr M t'e sss ..,a.. es....ts.t . .. as ...... tawerga .
":" .... -r",. the treebte. >e ........ Cos t1' w &.<0..... .........
... 'M7 q aekIy; o.ttle .... ......... .. 1' .... ...... .. Is,* toll 11si*.>wtCsmsr cad .w.,.., ,..."' ...... Mlj ce ...., _<<........."' ..
-.. . .. : Li,.. port. ttlas.k .
.. oI ...........
revs toss ...., ,. ; A ... ..... wi .v .. SAtITl fIt'CtLi.Z. FUJS"A.
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fc S OF CITY AND day.Lady Gainesville finger and Bakery.maocaroooe every- Study shorthand by mall under ex

perleoced court Com-
t'OUHTY CONDENSED Let u* bake your turkey Than kegi,. pieta course $I0.' 8ue,e*. guaranteed, MOVED'

H j The ing villa morning.Baker Only 25 cent Galne- or money refunded For farther pan

] tieitUr add res. Stenographer, P. O.

General Interest Oath. Found-A p kll& .boo" containing Box SOI, Jacksonville, Fla.

L of Our Reporter some money. : Qwoer' please call at Mr. and Mrs 11. H. Garter and Jtttl To' our North new of location PcMtuttloe on,corner where
ced by S.J.THOMAS Sun office and describe .
aameJ daughter.
1 Miss Ollie have arrived In werwlll be pleased to greet you
SOCIAL ITEMS Morgan Fennell. left J"e'er.tar for theoity from Ronn<>vllle, Indiana. and do oUr beat to pleas you

tit AL ltNO Tampa wherehit, will, spend a few They. are, regular wlutnr .1&or..r., Oysters Steeks

COMPANY day on a visit .?.'...,_? ana the Slate and frieml are glad to wrl-itm* *he>ur and Short Orders
What Is
t. ./N.PPs ned and Going 'Fair. ' each season. They are glad to (tare uu, 4peeialty.
WEE I1' Told In Short ParagraphaT Sole Agents Have your stationery; printed at The them here earlier than usual thtyear.If Coffee the tw-n. Everything

; :Me Who Rune May Read" Son office. Fl IjS&-oiais work promptly yon are going' to Tampa to 'wane fur nlee. lame emnkrd. .. tf> order

TN 511". delivered at reasonable price I I. our ** the sights of the great State ;Fair spurternns 1

II: r. Makes motto. ,n, remember the old reliable Seaboard. OPEN E. RLY and LATE.

It tsarrElehelberge Everything J O. Moody of Double-dally service which, --
sale at this office Ocala one of the puts you at -" '-
CASIunel Ii ppen for clever employee of"the Southern Belt declination on time. Rates, one fare

toBakeryheadgnartera for Telephone Company la In the city for I Ia plus 23 cents, children hut.tare. p'na THE CONTINENTALC1F.ln

**- couple of day on butine J 58 e"nt*. For particulars tee Mr.
card In latest styles Cobb. FE:- NT.1Un.'NT.
ealling Loot Uto Dr. and Mr*. Thomas MoLecxl anti
o1As. New little( O. O. Pedrlck .- -.... .
8aI daughter Marguerite have returned expect to make his ---

r.P Tbrtns of Hague was trading to their home at Newberry. af departure todty for Tampa Alt GOOD i BREAD ''

tkfty( 'flterda CLEANS ter a pleasant visit to relative to this Pedilok has a fln. eihibltlon of bog
and robs hot for dinner every POLISHES clt,. pies, his own manufacture, at the
CALLEm pad Daker,.. Silverware Brass, Copper, Gold, State Fair whleh'will no doubt bring AIDS DIGESTION R
GallInUle Nickel Zinc Tin and Enamelware, Snlf-Flno farm near Hague,
; Fesster of Roohelle wa Glassware, Gas Fixtures Marbiework. B50 acre ; good;: dwelling:, stable! barns the premium He. was very, aueee*
of u tfnw Floors, Woodwork, Tile, Onyx, Vail and oathou Alto ful at the State Fair In this direction And ".* <, .
in Gainesville yeaterday. ***... twt.-acre tot cantainliiK i on relieved. of "that itredIT'S
ins ell Decorations, etc. :: Non-inflamablo last year.J. tu"." whlak ......). wart bread Is
Bee F l th* test printed stationery at One dwelling and stable In bead \0 or..,..
olnr W J.iwtpricri call at The Sun office.ieb.lberaer East Oainevtllo., Apply. to John B. O. 11. and W. M Thomas,. who

will repair Dell, UinecvUle.. ,' FJa.Vant..dA have' ben here attending court, havereturned YOUR OWN FAULT
your organ
to their
respective homes at
4- ,"rI piaDO nd pot I' 10 Ont.c1a,. .hapf' Select \ live up-to-date yoang Bell and Wllleford. The case. agtlnstthe. If you" do'--0'keep ood. wbAlMooa* hr.... i

I Ir.tnl Mr.. R H. Boyle of Hague. a soilqct ,to take' order A Rood for chance Regal for Shoe. In latter, ...h.rlt..llIh murder of 0".n>t your d.Uv t..r4 for your h I.door MMM)*byKUYSTONB Ira h every dot t'',

.) _,wiling meads In this city yetJAijetk some Male ScooMeld wa continued h
young man to pay his way through the 1 BAKERY:
.tntrl' place] motion of the State Attorney until" the ,
on your painted UDIertltVrl'. atoneo for Instrua. fhene; 16.It.. T. M'llAFKH.. :
next session Prop.
known to the trade made of the
t lion. The Boyt Co., Jacksonville, eonrt. -- .. .-.. ... ..
isrf'ronihort. notice. GainesvilleIWerj. Fla. Joseph Brook has returned from

wood work and Tampa, where he WILLIAM
went to
Mr. w.
B3 r G. Nlblaok and niece of Ft,
Kn.O.orgeStona and Mr. W. J.i White wereIa'. the city for a few Alaohua Camp No 6. Woodmen' of the ,
;-"OfS.mpoo i City were In the oltrd'J. -J hoar World at the Fair. Mr. Brooks, who
try a can. MONEY yesterday. They were en route
,,- home from Lake Vll' they (Is council commander of th* local'

Fated-Laborers on sewer work. have been on n brief visit to the for camp, I I. a very prominent Woodman, and ,

1m.l ., '1.60 per day for men. ApplyJ.K BACK if.1'it fails to mer' parent, Mr. and Mr. J. M. and his brother and friend are glad
r to see him upon all occasion
rc rake/19b. Turner ElectricalSupplies.Agency

Cra!.:. agent of the tlanUtc..1 Mrs Ora L. fitavant of Hawthorn Mr.. I''. L. Smith and daughter Fay .

I ; Llo0 Mieanopy( was In they please you. wa In the oily ,...terda,. )h.. Sic> ."..111".8.0.' are visiting the for ---
,yesterday.ys. veal own considerable property here 01." sister, Mr*. \V.V.. Cameron far leading Illrjclea. Itrpnlrlng
near the city, whom she has not seen done promptly. Wertrlrat:' '
Mamie Hill has returned fromindlie. and U contemplating. the erection nfeveral vrurkf
house for the past thirty year, It I la flee.e* all klitU
where the hat been on a visit for rental purpose. .
I tsMiM Maria Strickland.Ttor She has a ureat'deal' of confidence I In estary toad that the meeting wa a
pleasant one, and that the visit will be 1 13; ti\' '
.a Jr the future of Galneavllle. UNION s'r.
; anaaiL \ THE devoted largely to the talking of ,
S J. THOMAS GO over .. . .
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cCbca Metropolitan Talking MachineCa..llehotJyme. Friend of Perry &!. Colson, who ha* old time, -

Fla. Agent wanted been quite 111 at his home for the past S. II. McKlnnon, formerly of MoKln-

..i-Lady'a solid gold hat pin with few day, will be gratified! |n learn non but now engaged, In the naval Miss Nora Norton
hlrttlt "M J" that his condition I I.lightly Improved ,
a engraved thereon .tore* business at CUyno, Bradford
.x i ; J1ad.r-III be rewarded by leaving at Mr. Col ton will not Jb. enabled toleave county, was In the city. yesterday.Mr .
01 office. \V A. Morton of the hoar> for several lot
Eye was trading I in day, McKlnnon ha many friend I ItAts In
0 P Cannon of Rocky Point was In the oily yesterday even the Information of hla Improvement alt, who, kept him busy shaking

tbcUrresterday. lie states that his PO'Jnd'aDd Marble cake every day will! be received with gratlllea.lion. hand. H. I I. member of the Gaines*. Ladles Noveliles

... Hirry. I* a little Improved, which! dalneirllle Bakery. VIII lodge ")f and It I I. n hard aadFancy

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vdl be ; .c.N ;-;
gratify ing information. Cream puff every Saturday after- ------ =-- matter for him to get away when he

w'r''.;. Tn.ndsof Father P. J. Lynch. pas noon. Oalneaville Baker,.. visit this city. goads.a .

c IorotEt.I'atriak's Catholic Church.vlllb Robert Darton of Rocky. Point wa J. O Barrow has rorcbaivd from

gas t: pissed to learn that he la out trading In the all,. yeaterday.If . August Wenak. a lot on !Htat .tr.*',

A.i pli, after an lllnes of aevernlDr. you want something right in piano Fast Gainesville, and will seas Mewlthe WATCH MY UlMlOiV. It a..ayPHOF erection' of a horn.for hlmlf and 1 pay yes.
tuning repairing, consult Eichal-
E. F. Pmlth. Eye and Nerve bo rge r.WoodOur. family. )Ir. Wnsk. ha* disposed of

fipteiallst,of the Southern Optical w . everal valuable lute In East Gainesville
:. Utate, In. big blue cart full of dry .. recently, which I I. evidence not Ip '
Jacksonville. FU.. Mt the hotelr0.
wood for $1. LESICHElBERG
Oalneavllla Planing and IH '
only of his .
1x ., Jfor 25, 28. 27. Call and oon lodlo Co.Captain. prosperity, but also vldene i
that th ,
rah him ally I I. again growing
I T J Hammond J. R. Wilcox hat returned ',,-- The In that direction Pena and Organ Tuner
of .
Hawthorn wa In f rom Jacksonville where h. ha been Mr. and Mr, 7. R. Merchant
tl.esty) "I' Times ar* and
yesterday. )II''. Hammond I I. Repairer.
.*..;f the m< *.. la the yonng eat bread a day old when you To .. bridal tsar an.l will lu future bet athorn -
county and has .
f*'irts: berry many can get It hot at the Ualnecvllle Dak "' lo their fHend "'r. Merhr t THIRTY VIAQ UXI'UKIUNCUJEFF '

,, ctec '.:'(htfol cry for dlnnei ., ,.n3 VMatting Duy brat wl dilP'Ct ao II.( Lillian Ilork In I
surprise party was ten. Jek onvillon th* :24th Usafter.
/rad 'o Mis George Uleaton the trueker of n.I.IIJ/ 1'1.rGla.

: Wlnoefred. P.d rIck PrlsyersrSng. Rocky Point, wa In the city on boil ward. taking. a trip to Atlanta and _.. "" ". .. . -.......... _..
Q ii t number werepr.rectB flees yesterdayJohn other prem'nnt po'."... Ills friend
and the ....ninK wa pasted wl. SIMONSniAtaa
ar* glad lo oa him bom again,
a mast enjoyable P Lynch, the lumber menu
manner and also glad lo selectric hU sushi*.
faetorer of Fairbankswa a visitor to m
f'rk.t In quality but In the reach Oalotevllle. yeiterday.J ogtlal -.,., wha. will make valuable
et rr*'JbodJ-DJa Ribbon Lemon. cquieltlost 'et GUef{III* *.leljr.
s s*4 '"nill.. A. Maoluby.tho brick' manufaeturer Fresh Saltwater FishOYSTERS
Absolutely' pure., go I O M>. W. Hyde hat returned fromOrlando.
i't iu-* ss far and the "Bine of Campvlll. brae looking' otter
Ribbon Fie"H
** .,. hi. IntereM* hero yeterday wh.r. h* ha best aft ba sUe
perf iloo. Ask for th, :2341 ::1 ... for th. r...t few df,. M,. Hyd.
Alfa Smith ha* from
i .tat** that Ort*-.4o, and Im feet IK.
*:a:: '=ng the prominent vlitlors FolkMon. Ga., where be has been oo
t o *ntlr. HoittH PIon4. **.ntry .t far a*
frl!,i:.J rr J..rd.7 was Hon. Wyll. bolneee for the past few Jays. h. eo.l
Moeitirwok. a member of th FurnUred. room to rent on btoek a4> Th* travel H Byre: baM of I>vy otnnty. II* wa.I joining qnret a entl.... sal,. Apply Largo ) earlier loss .*uat. by several week*,

lb' .. s -."' .., -It. the United 8CO Y.-., Liberty street or tfon of. with tk. molt thai the train are

.1-.4 .cD reo. fie.. ShipmentJtlHt .,. being at. .04
r "., C" Waver baa returned from Ilea A. ,p. Loo<<. Stale Alter.., e f tatted t. FlerMa ..rlt.r net euseoejutf

*..', 1. bts heathen. head and Wa\r- tb. Eighth INterief.1.1$ ye terdy fe r tfc. dlaRr.e.bie wi..r Xortkto- |f. rear of t'erthwr. +.t Crepes,)

a W, *v.... Stark, his bom, where. he will speed uAtttl.4vlLt.C, .
.1 .
ua IjakeUaKl. While abe fkoculvoo ..., wills the fact tkatextr Mt. )e .. .. FLORIDA
a t; ---
. axsq: visited tb. Htat Fair, Bonday i.C.rt.g .nr. a1..I...e la allies.. I
am IMW
t papered
Jk, daises to be) the beat that The TweatJetb ('.*.t.ry Glob soil and !1 the trade w|.Jk tAre hest'I.t srr.etmtrloar/a the 1

-'r *. ,..ed i la tb. South.e meet at ta. r.eMea>.. of )lr.. A. M. .If."' .. llrb line, I..... iMAr market

: ,r : 4 ...*.(. room at Gaines- Monday aft.r oo_, 5... TlioPrice 1'j, . --, ,T .
t tad .Irsekoa, S o' lotk. r --- .
e are now open torhay. I 'j
:: I
> Jai ----- ---- --- -
D r... ro.ets al thlea.I1.eomp".s sad ------- 9 i Aru T. F. TMIMISUNDERTAKING
.. are
.*r d 10 11.4) 0mr0 ftj all .he meat KNOWING HOW .
** nays .. CO.
r *
.I.. T1 e Diamond lee Co.. R I Right.New .
vaE.t*.. Ma.aCr. I
toY r M T. '" fcae aa4. aaaay
Clark. rt>repnratl U. i i PULL
k1': (, UNI OP
h T.k.o4 Bac Com,...,. a sue rfefc. If ys'e will la'..-
It 1 *. | I NOWL moss.
after a ij
'_ec trip tbeoea t .... 4a. .
"a. IppJ. T..u.84 Mia- lip&. I" ., Hffc ye j(
's& *.*" H* vpotts B.ei trade tam y*. .... kris IM W 14 Rail Eittte and .1tt.ntl thwlxrAVn1:1T1
? &** a..yu darv....., 1M
.w4 teen la Reed eoe4111oa.. d... ,...u Ht .*.* e.f-*..*. YorkRacket Rental Srok.'.... : +. TU.'to laid
and 1110W
'are ** **tud Ie lb. act"nlM- .... lAaa ....blt .hl yon
: TW O -. ..
.r W. Hyde. O.arp ay:' ........ gl4iitRd asses ,.. --- -----,.. T
Rs2Mar. .c.-.IN.
.. 10 tkU pap'st >: w .sit .... .....Aa
.1.. rfcaWe. I.a.
r'":;.. ..c ..c..., M Ik* rwJ to taw seta. lava ..4 t ne.raWs a..a.rweereMl .
..... ...&. .., .. x aaswrA.e MS
: k'a'xxtzstsvate
.. ter slid w yw
-.'st4e .aU.t.. prttebased T r. ; Pbif r $rs.. I ......-...-. ,itl.inarllk.

::..T:. ;.', .... rtit t .... tlra .... "d at .. \t. CAI"EVILlE, FLORIDA. If.......

xgst vas Ce'.J4LdaltlL .

?'i' 4..r y',+.:e- "'sue 'lilW' Y.f YV .....,#., ..,*,'J-r'.I :"I"t.: . .-

.ttei*5 Ga neild l
re'id4l~ he nn~i^ errii
tLaosh wih to hooor
Va erans, who, for tw
ghSt like demone for their
r Itso dearly ld Th
a our mother latates -a
woere o brave mes oy older
ked oN s0.e bMe414. end
thir hie of the *ti rwho.
Shits t 4ad wove
Wi*GdAA ed the
f their brasimod An the
ma0 f478 tlly
ib ;ke be to Gd, aoor
debhildred are -
a Mely mothers, *V shave
U the line of mahh, sarryin
re Fry year to nemble at
to live their fathers ad
thrs and all who 0o ebly die.
tf ir dety In that war, t wale
Wia(r homes.
Daughters and ladles of Otlnes.
iern the heart of every Vtpern
4bere. Their uatiring enerfy
be forgotten.
Swas never a time la alneo-
Stha the hall wae ro riebly dis
Ia was on Wednesday night.
,' daughtl and granddaughter
ao raseffully deemorte the hall
i'er smorate that osesalo will
ver look more like angels till they
pear at the throne where anpls

eo sonue asn tell the joy I had
lth the people of GOlaeovlle. PIll
r, meet heem any more on that oo.
fee--or ranks are falling.
Our aekes se gromw thiamer every
to, bus the beloved Dauhters hll
sop In memory for many long years
r we are laid under the iold eliay.
There were frln. Me0reary, Mrs.
alylor, Mrs. MeKlintry, that I know,
At others I don't know who were
'"lly a tireless. It there was any
Sdid not eajoy themselves, It wa
i fault.
I tried to shake hands with every
Veteran there. I ueold laugh with
tse., and shed tears of joy and of eor.
o. Nearly forty.two years lines we
nied on the battlefield. Many of
hans fell asleep einae the last re*
aica. When I returned to my home,
mWlrre I live alone, thinking about the
*Ot ieevllle people, how muoh Interest
'te"y had taken for the welfare of the
Veterame, either sparig labor or
psey1,. I eoold not help weeplng. I
PIMld like to hear from any of them
who feel disposed to write me.
W. F. anunaiBD.
39. P. D. No. 1, alnseville, Fla.
Rooet In Cincinnati.
Clacinnati, Nov. 14.--eeretary of
i ltsa MIWhu Root arlved In this city
|IYday from Kansas City and was the
i e tdaet of the Commerclal Club
at4 It annual dinner. The repreeenta.
V Vs of the loath Amertean republic
W hbad tba atso Invited to the dit-
r were epeto(ed but did not arrive
r", as the same traln.

vvonl cry' It

lotke raM sil

COUO~ 6. COL D"'

WMh J. (ee of PIns I t'44-.s

0" T. W Pi" "ICa,

Shl~ell of ReSeM~
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Pl'son by Carbole Aold.
Whe alg, W. Va., Nov. 24.---841
Ingley Noebon, a wealthy dairyman
residing near Dellaire, 0., his wits,
two children and his father-in-law,
John Robinson, are la a serious con-
dition as a result of carbolic c ld
poisoninl. While Mr. Nobon wuas
attending to work on the premise be-
fore brekftast. ft Is mid, an unknown
person entered the kitchen and pour-
od carbolie acid in the teakettle. The
family drank coftee made from the
poisoned water. Murder is believed
t% have ben th motive and Inveuti-
atous are beings made.
WIll Plan Prench Tunnel.
, New York, Nov. 24.-The French
overmMtest Ihab retained Charles M.
Jaoobs, of this city, who designed
the Pennsylvania railroad tunnels un-
the North and Bast rivers, to prepare
plans for a tunnel to be built under
the Sinoe froe Ruen to Havre. The
French tunnel will have two rail-
road tracks. It will be about a mile
nla length. The cost of construction
Is estimated at between $10,000.000
and $11.000,000. it Is to be model-
ed after the North river tunnel here.

AlWyS Was Sik.
When a man says he always was slek,
troubled with a cough that lasted all
winter-what weold you think If he
should say he never was sick since
using allard'e Horehoond tyrup
Beeh a msa exists. Mr. J.O. Clark,
Deaver, COnlorado, writes a Fo/years
I was troubled with a severe
eough that would laqs all win.
ter. This eough left me In a
miserable eendltius. I tried Ballard's
llioreheund Syrep end have not had a
ske day aaie. That's what It did for
me.' Sold b) W. M. Johason.
blamed for Colililon.
Cherbourg. Nov. 24.--The prellin-
Inary Invoetlgation mnide by the cap-
tain of the port ilto the cause of the
collision Wednesrday night nt this port
between the 'North German Lloyd
steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Groase
and the British Royal mall steamer
Orilnoco, sems to establish the feet
bhat the former vetsel should have
heeded be Orlaneo's signal that she
was going to starboard of the German
NHad a O eoe caN.
"A dangeree surgical operation in.
volvinl the removal of a malignant
leer as lawre as my hand from :my
dsaluter's hip. was prevented by the
appliettot. of Beeoklens Arase Salve,"
says A. 0. bseaet of Milote,s W. Va.
"Poersltest e of the ealve complete
Iy eered It." Cere saes, hers and
ljorlee. Ie at all dregists'.

Two Killed Soventeeon Injred.
MIot, N. 1kh Nov. 4S--angB.
never Oomfaort and Irman Morrismy
were killed and I7 persona were more
or lte wariously (ajured In a wr k
of the Orrat Nortberu Orletal l.r.-
Ited naMr Doheo". The arident a as
passed by eoreedig rails.

A reliable mediote end one that
shoed be kept ts the homesfor itume.
disaeo iCoabeitbo ihaeossch Item.
edy. It will prevent te atteek ift v-.
en sosee as he sh eiA bteempet, ne
or even after the earoaup eoh ap-
pears. F el*e Ib all 4 drntst
Peary Arrhvee eat 5y*ey.
atder. N. S.. Ngv :4 --rary'e
art e stetae*r RoosevYIt. arrived Berv
@At0y Fr6day meta m The albht
was thick adet raly. ad the steamr,.
was a regorntei a1 a"e reeesated
te harbee.

Wasb yoear heie with wors waee.
dry *eth a tweld ld eapp Cthambot.

mw"s e 0 9 01 11 .mW

In Pe4) Oeurt en Peonfi& Case of
,.hsg Lumber 00,
Peao ta, VFla., NON. 24.-The
takin of tetimony in the United
states eeout la the famnoe cae of
co l/pitay to commit peonag, charg-
ed. against Manager W. S. Hartan
and others, of the Jac kMs umbbr
eompay, ceased Thursday afteMoon
consuming more than a week.
The testmony was in rebuttal and
the movement brought out lan some of
Its strongest witnesses, who gave
Additional Information Of tUe line et
latter told him he was after forei'.
ers, while the defense also made a
Btrbng showing In rebuttal.
M. Bargenier, a sEctio,. itreman
living at Crestvlew, wa one of the
principal witnesses, relating how he
had talked with C. C. Hilton and the
latterftold hi mbe was after foreign-
ers who had run away and he then
had one In custody. Witness threat-
ened to have Hilton arrested It he
did not give the man his liberty,
and Hilton claimed he had a right to
come Into Florida after the men, as
they owed the Jackson Lumber com-
pany money.
A. C. Kemp, a farmer, related how
be was at the eamps one day and saw
"Big Harry," a foreman, accompa-
nidd by another man, go Into a barn,
"nd witness, looking Into the barn,
saw a foreigner strapped with a rope
around his neck, and he heard "Big
Harry" tell him to say hi prayers.
The defense Introduced witveses In
rebuttal of both of these witnesese,
and after this the arguments began.

In Time of Peace.

Your how h
2 Uicam be made morm comfort-
able than rw before if you lve
a Perfeeds Oil Heater. You can
carry it abwt and can quickly make
warm and cosy the looms and hallw,;..
that the heat from the other stoves or fur.
naIc fails to reach. There is no other
beater so handy, so clean and simple as the


Oil Heater
p "N wit Smokelesa Device)
Hundreds of thousands now in use and giving per.
fact satisfaction. Pection Oil Heaters, equipped
with the umoksleu device, are all that the name implies. A
trial will convince the most skeptical. Turn the wick as high
or low as you can-there's no dasae. Gives intense heat.
Two hiushies-nickel and japan. Brass oil fount
beautifully embossed. Holds 4 quarts of oil and
burn 9 hours. Every heater warranted. If not at
your dealer write to our nearest agency for de-
cnitn circular.
j s the bab t all-round
mohou shldlamp made.
Its Ut vin p r is unec Eay to operate and
asotely safe. qulpped with latest Improved burner.
BrSis throughout and nickel plated. An ornament to
many room whether library, dining-room, paror, or bed-
ooi. Every lamp wanamued. Wrie to our nearesmt
agency if not at your dealer's.
rMAMDA OIL COMPANY. 9e1eee --- -

In the first months of the Russia.
Japan war we had a striking example
of the ooesslty for preparation ad
the early advantage of those who, so IRT I COLI, Pmr. 1. V. UIDIG, Vce-Pt B. R. COLSON, SEc..
to speak, "have shingled their roofs In
dry weather." The virtue of prepar- ALAOH U A COUN TY
atlon has made history and given to
us our greatest men. The Ildividual
as-well as the nation should be pre. ABSTRACT CA
pared for any emergency. Are you
prepared to sueesnfully combat the iscerpoaviTa.
first sold you take? A sold san be a -r% '1 F I I
ered much more quickly when treated "
as soon as it has been eontrAsted and
before It has become settled In the "The Title Is the First Oonsideration."
system. Chamberlain's Goegh Rem. We do an exelualve Abstract busine with faeillties for inmartiir Fl
edy Is famous for its oure of bolds and INFORMATION eoneerning the Title to any and all lands in Alachi a Coi
it should be kept at hand ready for In- ALL BUSINESS TRANSACTED PROMPTLT.
stant se. For ale by all drutlists.
Painting Portrait of CarnegIe.
New York, Nov. 34--ugeae 8aSc
ejier. of Berlin, is painting a por-
trdt of Andrew Carnegie, which is to
be exhibited In one of the gallertes Ixo oLI
at that city. Herr Schacher ac e E E VOY LE MGR
here from Bnrlin especially for the V X. ,
sittlngs. Mr. Carnegie will give the Abetraets of Title and full information furni hed regardiLg lar"a t
usual annual dinner to his former county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty year ~a
lieutenants In the' steil industry at Is thoroughly eonveraas wIh land titles.
his resiidnre in lrfth avenue on De-
cember 7. VOYLE

senating a number of prominent Ameriea and EnXlish nomlinee*.
BrDomoPepsin I .I p I
*4oete the Wek Pepan.' las. M. O GUSA. PreelMea H. 1E. 1TAN oR, 1t"
E BO tAl. W, BHTDa, Vie *Preldedea. Lra OatAA.. A,.t (',*t
.I.U.D c U.. r n TDO T _T AImTAUIT DAN

on the 5wo.

A 0 rutgtW'. SW.S. 0 MW We..
J. W. 26CLLUM a A SLI rNb
Opt.u.I UM sod VMue.S@ OW. Uabsesv~lb% I

Stanton Foundry & Ma-

chine Co., In.e

Im ag bra Casft *aid Iukbu~,
&W hm ftPbkte cuf
Eajlram 0 Cal"*


Laxaive Fru it Syrup,
PI~~nt I take
The oew Lsu~t'i"" Dm
no ttpe or Itsaigcts.
Carm Owmech sL.d lver
trosbss &M 4ctbronbc co-

of tbeelmn
Uv a" sdbowlvas

capitsi * ** ** ** ** ** *** e se $500 011 If
SurpIlusand Undivided Profits... 8.t '
sm 1945eeasm w *". U..sealaese ais "al1w0
Sb..mems elVnver..swcAll-..rsi.e. 5f6




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Every V

Lighim Shift I Rem~ss I The
chamui'aSpeed writ*" sof the woqid
coo.lho fti-fteleb.e manea.a7gbwes.n
sm t 116i "t v 1c itasaIyaes meeble

For Sale by....

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wif t..*... supt.

k rd by c*afterhbe
dl y of the vUatedI.141Z

ClLm f five we 7 .i

MI* local c u4ts a.ts
lsarto'. and centeS Irkethaltit
fordi,; .4 v advertlllugMte k wt -

pT.wt"1ek sun isaan eg.'pge, forty
er. ptbliMtlhed S 1ft "
aby, nd .ati81u1l the m se a
al. s1State and gene l. -a will
pomugi frwe, to any r ethof g = d
I0 Ciala, for c$.00 A
I .d-ti .ig hilla s bec -M due t
1t of advertiIMnlMl, 1deSk W = =
Sin contract. Purtif esftk Wln l-

Sfair weather fo I'always
is bunehps, bat 4h l aI at
during adversity a'd leo and

Welity woman ha" juag dilnh rlt.-
son for martyllg ohke'id, and
*k poor fellow mfy i pal beglfljat
to keep her Ino 0 i family. ..

Jsa't teaeh your chlldrM that it s6
@ to wear worn sad patehed
if loao are not able to afford
*, bat that It is nD honor in wear-
M oees that *re not paid for. A
inid: "Rememb4t', that rage
Seower a boy who will someday be-
wreat world's joy." )

n I L

bINesmpaign agaitsst shld libor take this great and expensive work
lAti-Cbild Slavery ~ 6P90g*at *1- withqut first ascertaining these strings,
tors into the f6Ia si*l& 6o vils The practicability of drainage.
k A typical ina~tani @ etild op* the oat t drainage, and the probable
a isdes~ribed Iq.e ,]bpe4Obilw value of the lands after drainage', and
io's Home Oompaioe. Littl realising ,lat Qheile three things could
SwSnmbery had 1 wi workleig only be aiee tallned definitely and in-
the summer sals be wu Iloipute lly b,a complete and accurate
Yearsr-old, and eO 1iV for survey, went in person to see i r Wil.
ports jDnee he was foese art. son, Beoretary of Agrieu'tare, and
irrh 2,, while wbre llo al g4ppeqad to him to have the survey
ieanght in the bell of VPe MN ade, at the expense of the Federal
of(which he wasiN eh arpgie n I government,. by the competent corps
ier, and torn out of the aboolder. 4p enaineere in his department.
bory received no "Jiamsage" from Secretary Wilson promised Mr.
IonioVsy. but consid 46jlgaself 01ark. both orally and by letter. to do
r rnhligitions to :hem f'pasylfl this, and it will be remembered that
,t':"r s of his operatIo tand ** tAe secretary's letter to Mr. Clark was
Ile h ri tal Inquiry wasIelde at poblishpd generally by the. newspaper
ilty llhital in Wilkelebase, and of the State during the late cOmpaptgn.
.*** learted that no ,ft we We are making this statement in
t i- .** he'nmsa.y w i'l ad- the ilterept of the truth of ht tory.
'nl'er ,,or. Aa sow; wit4h 6 o Mr. ClatINk entitled to sole tradit for
IP't **r at s tit ee, ItBl 41le l .* this prnpoerd survey, whieh was the
l s1 -., with so pu a n oly sensible thing to do before a-
r a ernmunt neor e' ss of (aatig the quest ion of drainage at all.
"' .f.ror, the r.. *...opo
ff rsa his rightMifl wM Oecesionally ore will hlar the re.
.,.. l ,"- by birthright--eeh *1 P town." and then one feels like ayissg.
pt: *" the little village oeeol **"I wsoh you wer-." for a man ho
>I+' ll d that region go00ea O 41ds on the' street orIre hiewint
't ]title boy 1o t he oal- a spllinir, sein obmeoee Storle..
a llog the' ir.wn. finding fault witn
.... r -hi grandmother btesdp she war a
'*'. ,, r f Noraber l een woman. eloamirV tha the merchants
I, t that every l~I m assa are a lot If thievf., that the lawyers
l 04' Fry o1tght 4 rgo d tA- and newspaper n rn wood skti a
Wa He deajarMe that *-W mas o a fliish, and a whole lol more*.
.. slobe l Mi we- e nuisance m na anabomislatil
S'"emallya l AI m ew Amy town r...terl -ih ooe0 or more
941I as thai I" l g eusli worth* wo,,u:d be jetOWited is -
t .'"'-y s the glit Amer logia eg ,,wih Sitnhurilty she **
S_'' o oU seMstry lea Inom ,ti Ihl,' Pt No. to ers so
here the saw. o1a11- 1 li0ob lg 'to liea* I a t he i o t suIi te I,
e 11 of e-s a ge"iyt Ifoee don*tn',. am! i**.word f
--evi KeI.te" gthe , hale: I as a6r.
*-e trrfti gt &to I.of too1tow n. hoJd'4 *shut ur
a It-,ev. Iyo Ist ad *'e0 'Way a.ks,4 si d,1 "_ If
"yo. *tmll#ltOp don't. , m rn- :. br
*' *ti4' late s la ,11 W ill 4I. I ". e 54 In

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'TI' following dispatch, under a
liahassee date line of November
appeared in The Times-Union of
khe ;2d int. :
Hon. J. 0. Wright of Washhit.
Stone, a special representative of the
...ited States Department of Agri-
eOlture, arrived here Monday
night to onnfer with Governor
Broward and the other trustees of
the .nternil ImprovementlFund
relative to having exhauntive sur-
ywys of the Florida Everelade
,.madiby engineers of the Federal
.. -Col. Wright'. present mission is
pi lminary to the great work of
surveying the 'glades. He tames
tO the state capitol to' familiarnse'
himself with ll accepsible records. .
asnd to aequir% whatever informa-
tlon the trustees may be ablq to
supply. With this in hard, hisen.
gineers will t9ke the field in the
Evertlade a ad complete survey,.
-" will be made'so thorough and corn-
Sprehensire that they will forever
set at rest the mooted questions as
to the feolbility and cost of re.
alaslmlog thatvast region. as well
gl Its probable agrieoltural adapt-
ability andvalue when drained. It
-l a great work and may require
several years for completion.
A casual reading of the ahore would
leave the Inference that this survey Is
to be made as the instance of Gov-
ernor Broward and tbq Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Fond; that
they are entitled to the credit of se.
hearing thisamob-aseded Surveiy by the
general government and without ex-
,pense to the peonrle of Florida.
- This sl not true. The entire credit
(or this work is solely due to the ef.
Yort' of Hon. Frank Clark, member of
Oongresa from this distrioe. When
Governor Broward's proposed drain-
age amea4ment to the coustituton of
Florida began to attract the attention
of the State, and the Governor had
mmonoed his campaign for itsadop.
hi by 11 people, Mr Clark, believe.
I.. that the State would not under-


The ouIl bet discover* itself in the
eyee of another.
For (,) there 1is no beauty deeper
than yor dream.
The incial man is the man who
knows hi.v to share.
- The f. low tlats saltitfied has Il.
ready het:n to shrivel.
Onr,,e ,n hutdly compute. thI- ffeetl
that tlw from re0stment.
Th niat who gets "mnil" land over
his beot %eapo o o his enemy.
The narrow view of lilfe Iinkes any
mail unwurty of his possibilities.
It is to) it hoped that you are pre-
ferred ,tock in the human market.
It is p| ,-ible to gel a copper cent 0so
elose. to th- eye that you can't see a
Merit ot not all of it. Appearanote
count for mIuh when a main's on the
What mist asoa need is a compelling
enthuiawim that will stir their deepest
self to ctin, .
It i ibet etr to say, "This one thing I
do perf,.'cily," than t oay, Thtese
forty IhingK I dabble In."

*'ortrm .1 r.I IMttambllwlth iv.tUlle
Wand u.. I a I kI a4IIelelBMe. NMy ,iU* -as
n 4 t. ,q;,i < fa,. My breath bawln
lad 4, r t "1 *4 -A ft liit ri mili'irndC4
OC ,. 111, i A M t IIfth01 1111llr 1T at e
-K to w esi y lur.' ic 5 la
c rf ,r,, I. r, I 6h9I s frril.tmWo
t&em t.'.ie, n .OX lrEh tuM|ble'"
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Do a geeral bankibg bueteaus. eS U e sellaae 6saNe DMmesW Aea e
TDe *a** of bMtaa. betmahe'ee, Us tamal eJ. an ea s .
reeliveod favorable rmc. Spelaltafse tee fo m at ae ekiosUeeks am abl
a omieabte ebIsla the Uuale tf steI. A

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RetaUien sa Jobbere ta

Staple and Fancy Grocerim
Irai, 1ariem SW1 1ad Fllllztrs.
Highest warets paie paid for Chiskoes. Kgs Md otler PR4d4
A Oomp1e0e asMo of H, 0ornm, thAu _fLI slow#, 0 4h1e,.,
A ad kB. W O oly the KT IMf at W
gT nOwRxo Ad garantes,,e alwae5.



N K he' itlidie w bla odaihdt liture I Imbare iubtbdt"isfip ll GO W etS"ee andeON aON
Irwol VwgTw'I ri* ses. tw. po 5 3, )RaSI aPWI
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At. % .il lit lu s h O be t A S 1 114000~i
Awt.,aa hai"10toIst own pqlSis&it At tbal. .
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At r~ k4.t5 I w wl U.0 6(900i 0 i t : L9' At Ilese
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At M"b "iuttInV I As~b~
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Ar 4,ee

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6: F450 I A:E,'e
Ar Npe ~lle~i toll

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lTave J..k.,tinville 7:48 m
solid traitr ,*"'nt Inuag ('[ar
liervlje V. ,y H et i)ay C.owhee
Through P. min a leanb

Local Sleeper to Atlamt.

For retse r ..i er rer-the*e,
eell8 U or *,,t
Jsimls Freeman,

Jiak.eavlll, tie

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Loaded Black Powder Shc-ll

S. hoot Strong and Evenly,
Are Sure Fire,
Will Stand Reloading. .

They Always Oet The 0


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c~a~i"o fr ar the- I
isgo.M bs.p *a6 .
,yrab* dait sseefa u
moath, oa"eleug., bo
or early 6 per
for the & ab. e*. ~
I itIhoBor % 1* 4@pot*
j .sdneeadaf. will be
theTbird, Fifthi, Slat

is l doing ez0ellent wlrk
jjsiplin is improrie, Mer
wek. We will wf.ub one
,t If not the Very bet dis
school in the State. Tbe p u
esahee5 rre all Prod of the
sid are determined to I"S fo"
edooJd to none.
Fpleipal' talks at ebapel Ozer-
rS.ysv -hort and to the point.
pains are taken io make this
opgether of the whole 9ehoot
ghe brightest and pleamnstest
of the day, that both eabher
Is may g- to their day's work
sod strengthened, ad
so it only pleasant. happy
The effects of this effort of
pal an 1 teachers sPe already
apparent in the growlal spirit
iulse and good oderr .that
the entire school. Of oorne
uM also better work.
VNeBeath took oeoealon one
this week to pay a high som-
to the teasohers. and no doubt
y applause while it lleilted
*ie entire school made every
sr' heart beat Joss a little quick.
gId drew her still closer toher own
baud of pupils.
were charmingly entertained at
Wednesday moralui by a vo.
by Miss Roasbel Pedriek and
obligato by little Bernole Do.
f I:he parents only knew what
tand etijyable times we have
ing exercisPs, they would eer.
drop in occasionally and see us.
body is glad examination week
I.sal we are all anxiously await.
speep at oi r report cards for the

Ruth D iig has returned after a
fillsm.a Ruth is a general Ias
land her elass-mates were glad
leornme her beak.
rers Waugh has been found and
1'1th grade are in hopes he will
p4 lost itdo.
Iem aethenean Literary Soslety
ao ibtereptinx meeting Friday at.
tae They decided that women
Pt o have the same edoestlob as
a Th members (of both soeleties
alk:mit rapid improvement in the
ht debattrg. The Pooeety paper
anM ePrecaliy bright and interest.
1-.>I w Iwll meet asn sal nest
wId*.-rbanksilving Day -sad
a*lt.c Iilt r res at the Taberesele.
eoe I ll very grateful to Mr. Har.
l having oar plano toned and
0e s"eh good eoedition for os. It
0I" k nd and thoughtful ln him.

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H^ d After Four Days' intreat* ""
Ing Session H ere.
Afer a four days' seston of one of
the poMt Important communications of
the MIridian Grand Lodge of Florida,
Itrme ad Accepted Anleent York Ma*
BOIM (Prince Hall Oompact), under
the National Grand Lodge of North
A *wIri and Provinces and incorpor-
ated under the laws of the different
States, the meeting has adjourned.
The National Grand Master, Rev. A.
B. Allen, assisted by the National
Secretary, Dr. Lookhart, and National
DepOty Grand Master, Rer. J. 8.
Todd, for the State of Florida, were
preeent. "
The following offeers-eleot were in-
stalled for the present Masonlc year:
Rev John Speight, G. M.; Rev. G. H.
May, D. 0. M.; J W. border, R.
W.; H. L. Shuman,.G. J. W.; 8. H.
Hendley, Orand Treasurer: W. A.
Rooehlle. Grand Searettary; Robert
Hall, Grand Tyler. Among the ap-
pointed offers: 8. P. Human, Grand
Lecturer; Rev. J. R. Harris, Grand
Ohaplain, and others. The National
Grand Master. associated with the Na.
tonal Grand 8-oretary, then left for
their homre in Atlanta, Ga. 0


Mi.o-na the Only Stomach Remedy
They Sell in This Way.

The guarantee given by J. W. Mo.
Oollum & Co on Mi-o-na stomach tab.
lets means something. "
It Is their personal promise that
they will refund the money in case
Mi.-onadoes not do all that is claimed
for it In curing indigestion, strength-
ening the whole digestive system and
restoring the health of those who
us it.
If the head aches, if the back and
side are painful, if there is distress
and nausea after eallting, if you are
sleepless, nervous, and ouit of sorts,
you can with perfect confidence Iget a
60-oent box of Mi-o-na from J,. W. Me.
Oollom & Co. knowing that the rem-
edy will coet you absolutely nothing
unless it gives you freedom from all
ills and pains and restores you to
No one thing is thoe etee of more
suffering and pain than indig-stino,.
Many eases of so*ealled kidney die.
ease, heart trouble and nervouaines
are only different ways in which a
weakened digestive system shows it.-
Une Mi-o-na stomach tablets ati
your ill health will soon be gone, and
you will forget that 3)o0
hare rver had indigestion ir!
its resulting ills.
J W McCollumn & Co. can tell )o1
of their eustuomer, who have b er, .
stored to h'alh by the useC if th,
remedy. but theo evidencesn
faith toin t power to cure is the pios-
tivo guarantee' they give with every
peakare. something that they do tint
feel lik* ivini with any of the o'hebr
stc.maeh remedies they have in their

Accidental Sheoting.
Information has reme'ed this eitr of
the dea ih of Weiuimtn Hell. a nvgro
manl employed by the ,uKhl-rn 1l1
Telephone Ct('ipanp, wch oe*-urred
by aeede.ot at Mi'emnePy Friday.
Bell, who is on- ,f the linempte. was
fooliag with a pistol whish was* *,.-
deouly dischatrgl Tie ball er(terrid
ble abdomen. and fr.,m itsa ffeeml .
died within a short t ine'

TIleeee is No leas~o
Why your batwir horeld be tWn. m-d
fresful during t 1knImght C oma. *to
&b~eme 00Vof th I ri. 0sk oh&*# )sIt..o
camoral that a bmalthy blaby .oh(P04 ir
k O an leep well If poor baby dov$

wish oats *Coto* sa: ,ih~r eedwft*g..
bft sU1 a WOOt, uf White'$ Cr...
Tenmifuga. sod you will 0sOs loutog
"aby ave eolori ii leastagt 56,. ebld
S byW. j Obao.

Mired OWEA &d Ma- e 5.
AsttttO. as,6%- N '- 35.-Dwcuw'
in to eettjo v itto kw
868M.I*. liA 410aP thmus'4~
bted ap jikn wvtsm s aA sho.~
tskft ly bSotk9-0a1-9'00 Wb-IP
Rnwee a U-84 wuwees ftdaewU

Pont"* Sewha*~ at
tMW aleAgomuS*I rlteI soA'e
W@u jalea"d an K, mK seNo Lag* Me
wb"It~ru balpoir C-A as04a
Ob, Jy"* towtaveb~i. sa"
dos PM trif Ow 9 -0 ? 4r% "s eaSe
two hr mM~ Spa"e. aim an
some SOO O.,


I' r't heir is a nee..ary mit so attraoeaven*.s,& and I tinuid otIlenins, si iov.erMo|wle it and keep it nut of tlg
*rern r- an ean have gret, apr ai she will make an neail. Nl. *w>ro's ll*rpieite will aneomplish allI I
ints. In., we *ndeavor' its i dari .tir.'o in, when isi t.e u .l (ilhlls'pnsity llerptlid w (ill| lot oIto
N ", of the hair ih the* grrats.t enemy oairair form iuuiril'ie aIt will not forep to abondon haI
eenml, . el thnee who contoinue to pratise ae Kglet eel. ever eiii.aiiltsey halitl are rPsponsible for your a e
di(n; fl t, lowe attraivet nev s n iroinhle, hut hr its eleetlivenes it will asd ylu Ito
Jusi' n' con as the natural glossi e( of the hair be. he lbeeaurolt hair that Ilerpicide nuers r 41 noted
vii i, faide. Is shows tlatllthre is trouble, in nthe* elo It sl4,pe itehlng of the uelip almost instantly.
niiad nhat di lali, brittleness aid lustrlerisneas of the "
hair ai:i *,me and be followed by dandruff, itehinig MO1R1 MeN AXD WOMN I IA l I0TTMIK rOITIf
s.ri>nt a. ,ri.alig hair ... LT ro T'R I'n 8 or miwitnow
A.n I t ileed ve(lt!. rr ,wth (ihe dandruff lerm) uHIRPit E T AN FROM ALL OTNEI
iII i.i- catopo danruft, si)I tis isipieaia Is both Ofn H WKIION TNAX FROM ALL OTeeM
aniii,'jes praa re.ive. It requil"ve prompt and eon* MA3l1 iMrI1RkI At Dru hltr.* s nd son le o Isstamps TIUl NKMIPIMOW (0).. lI*pt. t Stal. IMob. for a 'somi.

D.sp .t J. S. BODIFORD & CO.'S, SAr i


Tow Beat VCeqtt"n.d by Frire.

.0* t!.#%s s:..t Aa I t'
~.,c x Fr~Irds) ir 'e' t *r.v
'akr, 'I e-'o t :p4 (! I t ivcr I.
'Ou)V Is a Iota14,00, Aitialght UN~ur-

No Case.of Pn~eumonia an Record.
We. d.' 1.0 buknowfita SeiftOLIPiesftatwi
who-re a soois t, er e' 14 ,ev~t'd so
pwcum-suia 0at*-rieuviiuI~l U weiaitVal.
op.s Honeny so,)Inlat lit Ie'atakpm
It e'if-rOUS1eau16"ed r'11416 *s'vfiely,
.' d 'ne'S ake *rie eta "o urn
a'P14 wpregars a'. wt. UPOnI ae is th
s 'p whas),5100Cv#4tiCI en

sold. Ask forVoYuty's liemor &AndTor
and refusee"Iay eu1otate adofred. J.

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To The Public:

I am fe,1 .0, ip* I j.u'9Ilteoof SMe

Is'ie CO, femeipwpi~t' ylb.l id~s

q s t st- -a o"o h *e d s-4" AliI

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Fire, Life9and Accident :0"O


Air Line Railway
... FOR....

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, South

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphisa New York.

TwQo Eoip t Trutna Ddly.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.




Only Uns Oprswi~ng
Tkmk PhollhPeenm S09sn fto kwm.ille Ii flo

pv #t wfu a k~Dsm~ m Obw -- --woo Mi s na"
Iwo aOwneiMs, J6, &oes$Oseeem w ea
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...." .u t.-" '. . ..,
S with unaAatm interest at :'s. Weath# a"ditilns cut Do ure in eys
Sonly oneawr: We have te maue want., w tell them about i and ael you goo l
We buy aribl nd goods uht right are half so1 We watch the styles, buy the bet that b
pooible m .o prof it. A f .
STho habit of tr'dl( ee Is ood sad profitable em, ead we -dilwe can to help po keep itup. We wait yoeqo. t atis

I Tfor quality.

busy W lNi
Such lh .
.y and ll at

Your Store.

* Talkrpd

As good show-
SInog em bo
sem b ih say sore
Sfrom the oheap
il 1Walking Skirt
up to as good as
you want.
Good Walking
s/ i rts Ir Grey
/ Mixtures, made
/ vin good styl ,

Beat ftif a
SSkirtst lPa
tK^I -A1 M ied min. I,

$ a98 we show our ,trongot numbers in
.t I tolitings IaNd Betetful
-Mell4heVIe veMi s ltyIlee[; not one werth less th
sad *om iGber wth i8.80.
es-t9ol'Pastnaam In Black, Blue and Grey, Black
Vollole ad B3lok 8 ilk ilftao, frim 6. 60to 11.0dis
PFTTIKOATS of Iteoeeised Satiner, He ther-Bloim
Taffeta and sll.81lk Taffeta, blsok and colors, le to 10.00
SIIT* WA.IWSTS f most any ityle or price. Too can
e tIhe ew prltr WasisM now. now deaslga In White
TAWS W&41s98 t10 $ $16.
Beautiful Neroerised Walsts, Just the weight fot winter
wear, In white, belhk and colors, o1.60 Ito S1.4
EleaPnt lylIes n Wool and 1ilk Waists, black, white,
4elors and beautiful Paldad, O1d to ($7,1.

bw Arrivals Evqry DY y i.


Ladies' Tailored oltp.................100 to O$0.
030.89 buys a Besatifol Tailored Suit that so up to
$1680 I
$17.60 buys Talored PFoit that sold up to $22.50.
Hew creations I n0.hinch Coais in Fan"y Plaids, Kersys
and Brnedcleths. The prices rang. fro L.W to $.5.2L.
$4.98 will buy a good Kersey Coat, 27-iich, black or
tan, worth *6.0.
$4.98 will buy &good Melton Coat, 46.Inch, strap beck,
worth $6.50.
$.o&1 will boy a good Kersey Coat, 80 lach, black only,
worth $10.00. .1
Rain Ocats for Ladle and Mio es, mosl any style, $0. 9
to ll.00.
Cold Weather Furs at Warm 'Weit r Prices
We have eery d'irable Fur la fIren h, Coony-Fox,
Martin, O'Poswum sad Mink They as beautiful. A Fur
piece to suit a par*e-S0 to $0.00 efte.
Infnts' and Children's White Dresses
Perba pyou didn't know we carried them in stock? we
do, and they ar beautiful.
Infaets' Dresses,a Bmutifeu Loace ,d Embroidery Trim-
minge-long and short-41.t5 to $8*..
Children', Froneh Dresea $1.26 toeM8 .

Oowno s e o $5 00; 8kirta 'Oc to *.00; Oorset
10o to 91.25; Drawers 25o t $1.25.


Wea4me=-emNo IO ewimera; always m ruk.d
value. Why makhieB ato d Pillow Oases?-)tl:., r
There'. a reaoel4" look will show yoo the reason.
Gora illow #111 ), toai wd hemmed, foil si.z |I1. 12,
14, 1K, 1 0-acco-poooldhg t~ 1ie and quality.
Fualle Sh"ets, toWn and hemmed ready for u,.. : o.

Bemafifot S4 spreia8,U,S990, 980 aud up.
No be-tt l)|apskist be had for the m show aM, $0l 7%We asi 1.19.
th Tewh 3 I 1k, 1 19 3, 218% .
cottolilauket 50e to M.W palr.
Wool Blankets, ** .M tob $1& Ir.
Ootton-.'ied Comforta, 1.Q00 to $8.50.
Down Comfort., $5.00 to 1130. .-F
Lace COrtaIln, SO0 to *10.00 pahft

Loag Kid Gtovees.U0 andl 1.O,
Two-Btten Kid M loves, bia* and colors, g,Iiar' I
worth $1.0, at t. 9i
Beautiful e'ta,2e, to 1i.0. '
Combs, swrat assoqmnt, 30s to 12 00.


Exclusive im- style,
price. Qur Milliners
work guaranteed.

very moder;att in
the best and all








M R. Cathoart and eoo. W. Hawthorn
Received Heavy Sentences. -
yre ws little balneea ti'aueaeled
"tlle eirualt oourts itorday, but this
a ed lo a re a deal as far oa I.
"r were eonaerned.
eourt flel J. R. Catheart, eon.
aI of e*at-ls to eommil mae.
toer, $ and eo.ts. and Oeo. W.
ilhoret, agravated asesult, $990
loth anes were paid and the defOed.
to tWleaaed from farther responsi-
h is their respetive ehargte.
ht e**irt adjourned early In the
!oiagtl util Moday at I I o'elook a.

We have
the eleltsive agency for the

P OLTSH that
EOPLE; it is

4 wi h its s- nint vna iens that
II *iil t'lce'u or amoeny ref uided.
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To Any

ftems. hientwoeaetah
~i Phesad au HItbglPd
od So& 4:m and Po1kb

Seep Itosni Weeas @b. ee suLou
ittoo* a* e weka-shaY"'eetoutay
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List of Various Places of Worship. InterestinX Meeting WWI be Held at ',
Seil"se- will be held at the various The "mother**' i meeting whieh will
ebureh#e this Sabbath as follows : be held at the rot and reading rooms
Firt Baptist Ohonh, Rev. 8. B. of the W. O. T. U. on as0 rl Cor s- ..
Rogers-4unday school at 930 a. m. street Mondsy afternoon, promises to
Preuehlog at 10:30 a. m t sobjeet, prove one of the *moot inIrein g
"A (Hlad Silbt For Weary tree." funetionsof thesfaamon. Mnthersevery,
nabtessats 3, Junior B. Y. P. U. at where are inttested in this kwt Gioto
. *Senlor Y. P. U. at6 :15 p. m. work. odTh easit danee will nae
P.eahing as 7:16 p. n. The oaflauce be large. .
of baptism will be administered at the Following Is the program.bhttg-laii_
evening seryle. at 3 o'eloek:
First Presbyterian Chureh, Rev. 1. "Pure Foods, and How to 9
Thoe. P. Ray-rPraehing at 10: 0a. tai Them." Followed by dioee To o es
m. saubjeet. "A Memorable Need," **"What Phyllis id With the
Ofering for *miatesrial relief. Fb. Kiteben."
bath school as I o'look. At 8:0 Nuie. Fancy Novelties Wholesale and Retail
o'elock as thles c reb the will be an Reading-"The Antiseptic Ba. ---
iatedoealaatioal meetingla of the by." s e V.o s
Sunday ahoel workeens, at whteh W. 4 "Helpes sd Hints of the Kiteh* F.w.U.e.W. lCit tH ptrnag of the trade
0. Pear....e of. O ... traalai super- n. followed by diessesloa. *
lteade*t of lb lageraostoal Bun- a Readiag-" Retts of Meat as..
day Sebool Amghell..: will mak* Inlg."
as Saddrnas'The Wl I W0Ide San. Si. R0 BOOK STOURES
day Sehooli Ne,...a* Swry one A esordi lalvia m ist *oaided to |
Invlted to this M.;6, It will *very woman Istheelty, and anmatIri 45.47.49 Westt Br St.
prve ofSatiewee. Tnere will *e*eve*. sese arfnooa is ass*redl. 9
I erf t e.. 1as10. the sbol of the' -- l r I
ertaos b tleg, *Whi'eh setaUs To A Netab leG n. ______JACSOVILLE, FLORIDA.

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I The will be a tatheris of euday
Kelesagh Mt Chamb. SRev. ....I
r ^.T. J. WhateK1anday silas 9:8Da "howl perimtadeas, apator sa d
at 10 Wuatanhe. is athe e*sy nof Jaekesmville,

I e ...a.. of K w.. an. Chl it vivio -. l-e41, % 0ab w l asC of I e
Tuf2 i * Saday S beis O 7ventiu. Mr.
J Hi I Nel.,_arin of Jmeeuvn-le tois
at a : *eekoo there will be a spomiale the .... &em lea A. 1
I* i s te later - two Wo- Wrie s es t r p A
oa.'. Mieuioeauy aeseshm. Theshe soeahe wil be Dr. Ht M Hasmil.

ws- a Mi sarly, kolo oe -bse aar anIada l*eelsk'pi Mi n I ,i o
toI re e aw a. mbyte by L. tohwa.eltw-e MAMr. I s -o s "e -a- "----
poster with m1. s by the b hoetrI t ar.ea1re16, e s0Mr1,41. 11 11. .J 180obe 0--f 00d0,e-o
lviwlal berlmldat"Ity Ioval ryy.and Mr. W C P'

esof 11111t- >ee1. O eU ,,, m.u* xe I "b" to0 e0 Si mms_ .
tm* Twe oof" oefts" seanAd degam Ts. inmate. ead wThat a su es a er asfele kasue a whP n ar@be S be
Pi t T.gmi,. **p ertate e.atedelegwt.a en fi''iseJLe. 1
Mr. a The. O amGoe.o lase I... .au C-M.-w .--- .
%%a.,,*- sa"I I*Ihave'bed $AT 111111e1AAalk- 901110f

18 d a .-e, ah.U m owI ha ,".-of-. -- .... se o 0r 0n ***ye e PM ene butm.... eO... . IAm4 s fty
as I do ofeau f ate b ft I o*** a I -f 1 ^ U S m om f ft mil pk a
1%9 6 s r*. Of te aey 4a4% 6beusomeI we &i tkreo .
C, 0 tie 411 kiSSto .y^Sl'll ir"Ni saembo < U W Ain, s ashawql 'aili fbnnaige
tI kd nAmelt Sifat reed "-I w e*" A sowna 10,1%* he ams
po19 sasil aeemes**I bis ***iemsa* th ls0sr
gas k4ew ano a ow 9, 4 0. ** eM0 ee

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Aawolted Mrs.,;

wae almo Indioted or two
e, o fraom the house of
4M1 WoWe1e, 00e roer on.
r Bill Jefnen, s old se-
,W reddes zear M Hem-
G eOlbe, the.. anm-lalaw of
Xi 6 4:o: lelS who wao se-

O itloe assault. The
with havia laid vi-
M in upon Mrs. Itsabeth
i '-br turnp patch about

Ilb1 be brought to trial la
go@rt. before Judge Roan
wt week, at which time the
HGilbert wyl also be take up.
Maturnlut 44 true bills and one
I the grand Jury adjourned

ll eeple Lee Thelp Uve.
N. B., Nov. 24.-More
.5fI a hundred lives were lost
'Mwrly a sore of vessatels were
to destruction oh treaoheous
lnd sand bars of the galt and
A. Lawrece drtag the Mealon
vigavmlon ow drawlg te a close.
ixty persons who perished In
waters witM ffthe past year,
0y were tet this mouth, the
disastrous ta the several years.
Sfnancial losseae agregate a quar-
of a million dollars. The ma-
tr f thboe who perished were
from 'square-riged vessel of

Negre amrnett Put Off Seneh.
Nov. 24.-Ferdinand L.
t, the negro sawltant state's
w, ho, sooordinl to the re-
wasll elected Judge of the new
pal court at the recent election,
Funeated by the manvasslni
S The eleeion returns gave
a plurality of 4", but the of.
t emm o( the 56 wards of the
which was oOmpleted Thursday,
w that Thomas S. Luatry, Demo.
*t, wa aleted by a plurality of
Barnett was the only Repoe-
b1feated for a city oaee at the

.S.Uuwrhans Teotlme After four Years
-0 Borhans of Oarlisle Oenter,
Y., writes 'About four years go
role you stating that I had beeu
Urely oured of a aeere kidney troou-
by taking less than two bottles of
poley1' KhIl-ey Ourn. It entirely
ped the brick duesl ediment, and
a and esyniptme of kidney die*soe
disappeared. I am pled to say
I4t I have never had a return of any
Mf tose symptom during the four
near that have elapoed aud I am evl-
Vtly eaured to stay oured, and heart.
meeoamed Pole's Kidney Cure
i 0 euferinl from kidney or
trouble." J. W. MoOullum

Many Witnieeels iamlned.
Ulerklmer. N. Y., Nov. 14.--With
MIe aecnti w GO llrt.., ehaord4 with the mar*
'ar of hi. aweethrt. (race lrown.
4ftawin to a lose, the pro.cutkoa
has yet many witneeem to examine
beore the state's aide of the ca*e Is
* leted. When the eourn adndrured
, Thursday night the distret attorney
b ad not carried bhi lory salOe to the
Sadtang of the uIrl' bedy la Big Moo..
' lihe. After that p.lst ha bean
tehecd. thvrf will folow the t.h-
ElaI teetmonr of the physalloas who
3griormed the autopcy.

State Pear at Tam~

,Ort Orowde Peows-APs:; d Trial
at Herklwdlm.V e* Ta
HRtrkmer, N. Y,., lI. *.-I'here
was another great eqPwd of women
"add men walUtng Tltkaday morning
*'tr the. doors 0 the ,old-fashlioned
Harklmer county o"t'buase to open
for the contlnuaies of the story of
the love of Oras1 Bdwn, of Corl.-
iandt, for heater GOllette, of the
death of the girl, and, lastly, the
trial of GIWette for her alleged mur-
der. A
When the court session closed after
dark lat nalght, the chain of evidence
presented by the prosecution had
reached the point of the storl where
Gillette wa at Arrow Head on Fourth
IAke, after the fateful boat ride with
his one-Ume sweetheart or Big Moose
Exactly what the defense Will be
has not. yet been disoloseed. Those
who have been followlag the trial
closely lanel to the avIelde theory,
and It is said GAilllte'a counsel have
a score of witnesses. They maintain
absolute secrecy on the subject.
When oourt onvened OGillette walk-
ed briskly to his seat beside his coun-
sel. He carried a notebook and a
pencil with him sad while the first
witness was testfying, made sever-
al notes. "
The witness was a porter at an Ar-
row Head hotel, where Gillette went
the night Grace Brown disappeared.
lie save little new information.


Six Incendiary PFire In New York
New York, Nov. 38.-f41 tInoendi-
ary fresh caused Intense excitement In
the vicinity of Twenty-fourth street
and ibghth avenue early Thursday
One woman was so sevrely injured
that she may die, hundreds of llvee
were endangered and thousands fled
to the strts aIn fear.
The financial lose is comparatively
small. The determination of the
firebug to make complete work sl 11-
lustrated by the conditions at 236 W.
EIghteenth street. This Is an apart-
meat house occupied by 34 famtllee.
When one of the tenants was aroused
by the odor of burning wood the cor-
ideors were 114e with stifling smoke.
The gas had been turned of at the
meter la the cellar sad the ftrate
tenants were forced to feel their way
through Inky dark room and hallwayi.
When the iremen reached the house
the Are escapee were crowdd with
half-naked men and women and chil-
dren. So eloeely were they packed
on the platforms that It was Impoe-
tIble for any of them to make their
way down the Iron ladders. All of
them were taken down by firemen.
It was here that the woman, Mrs.
Carneml Arnold. was Injured. She
fell while trying to climb over the lire
escape rallying and was terribly hurt.

Oreat Britain Excludee Chinese.
London, Nov. 23.-The flrst at-
tempt to exclude ('hilud,,e fro: nlaud
ing In (Grrat Britain In now occupy-
tIn the attention of the Immigration
board. Thirty-two Chineee from
Hong Kong who arrived at Graves on
their way to IUverpool where they
had been eoawsed to work In laun-
dries, were refMted permisslon to
land, the 'immlgration ooe* basin
their refusal oa the lack of means of
support of the Chinese. The casea
was appealed to the Immigration,
board and after onAilderatlon decialou
was postponed, the chairman of the
board pointInx out that this as t,.v

irst nse uatthr the law sad one of
great Importance.



t*oi. bohtby Ara o..lAs, a dw Fox
o t by 0ad produ0 "aa, oil a4,
Hadit to oust the DeIW J&tkey fuel, hay toMw. o *. e
Mlub from the state b1y 11ea g a writ brisk and ImMlnag at.erjl t
OtfA tr. Last summer a de lsion eur', lortgag@, l sad 4 P01
was tendered by the court that the meashbhry, bllodpgSe1 dteal emte.**
Ob h*,ad -violated its chart, by al- to UadROE MOil Im. "Ieh, ge
kIwlaS betting on the rses after athe d deal Iostm oe le 11 ti
Wp at of the Breeder's Law. Attor- either or b i, fior .1is lihds1
-..weal O we Br.ea w -wan -pwer byw ir lll pip -o i -any
6ne07 ar th9 club filed a Motn for a I='flto, 8, byad w i s rigeraa.hs
re-bearlng, and the .case has been by pipe liaesad lay lawful ameas; to
kept Ia court. Today's deloS,; it traneset a general sold storage" bhl.-
tos aid, is final. s np e sommileson basis laundry
buoinese, mnre atile buslneess ad
Prepare for Safety of King. manufsBeturloboulmnees and to bay
Roe, jpr. 23.-Thorough pre- dispose of orpor. t e ha re, teku,
eoutoary measures Bave been tak- power, privlluiesea trtIm l per.
*a t6 Insure order Friday on the oc- tainios to asid matters ofr asay Uwof.
eas1mo her, of the arrival of King A. The amount of soaptal i~'ko.
George, of Greece. About four hun- t.n0r" 0 I fisfy l lbeam 10uars
d*ed extra policemen lave arrived at (50,000.00); the subeh ad parI e
of s hnareInto which Is1is dIvld an
tbis pIlSe from the provinces, the five hundred share sad eah *bare of
calbineers have been reinforced and the par value of one hundred dollarei
the troops forming the garrison have and the terms and eoodltieao upon
bear augmented. All ankroblhts or whinh It is to be paid Ip are that it
supected persons are under close shall be paid In cash, with she power
srvelliace. on the part of the eorporatioa to se.
ept payment for a certain portion not
ozexedil'g ninety per eeSonm of asid
e pital stock in property, labor or ser.
C A SRA .Uvices" aIt a ue st valuation to be fized by
Ig Ihe corporaton or beard of direetore
r .~nts and (Wldmn. according to law, and eseh sertilleal
of Otek shall lIuo only when the
T1 Ku Yo Have Alwas Bought share covered thereby are paid for In
full, and when Issued the slock shall
Meomr the be non"aweeeable.
o4 The term for which it shall exist
Is nlonty-nine years.
5. The busilneessee of thbl company
Cotton Machirery Idle. are to be conducted by a board of three
W York, Nov. 24.-Mr. reas directors, the number whereof-may be
New York, Nov. 24.--Mr. Lauren changed from time to time In record.
LAooM1, a stockholder in southern asee with the by. laws In oasehsort that
otton mills and representing them In there hall ant be les than threw nor
northern markets, haq, at the request mo e than seven. The directors shall
of prominent ofcilahr of the mills, be elected by the stook-holders t the
pieared a statement showing the so- annual dreeting or a subsequent ad.
rlouisodf the labor problem i nth ejourned or special meeting to hold un-
rOmeO of the labor problem in the ,til the anet annual meeting and until
southern m4lls. Mr. Ioomis declares oneeresors are elected and qualified.
that not over 75 per cent, or 80 per There shall also be a president, viee.
601t of the cotton machinery of the pr ldent, secretary sad treasurer;
south Is running because labor or the same person shall be e1l1-.
ip cannot be secured to run the e- ble for two or more of such
lp cannot be eeured to run the r- olep; director shall be elig.
ls. Ible for one or more of reek ooees;
there shall be such other officers and
ole8 Jewelry from Tner. seh assistant. alrente s and faotorn as
New York, Nov. 23.-Aadre Dip- the board of directors may determine
pel, grand opera tenor, reported to In pornunee of the bylaws; andeaeh
the police Wedae day that jewelry of the oeers shall be elected by the
valued at from 1.000 to $8,000 had board of directors at Its meeting next
valued sto t b s ea u following the election of directors, or
bees stolen flamo huis a aros d- s a sobwequant meeting, for the eur.
ri asll Ibsee. There 1a no elue rnt year. The board of directors
ISto the thief. shall f11i all veasenle on the board of
directors and in any offe saaed in
DIn this Oharter to told nntil the next
Magistrate Reesrves Deelelen. election and the qallfleatlon of ne-*
New York, Nov. 24.-Magistrate oessors. The annual moeatil of the
Baker reserved his delusion in the stook.holdere for the election of the
ease of Enrico Caruf, accused of direetgr oshlltakeplaseonthe deooud
annoying Hannah OraA lan the Mon day of April of oneh year; but the
key ho11 on Control Park. at the sooek.holders at any meeting In par-
key house on entra Parik, at the soance of notlee may change thbl
conclusIon of the hearint Priday. annual meeting to some ether fixed
day. Until thoee elected aI the rest
Two Passngere Killed. election shall qualify, the board of dl-
Colorado Springs, Colo.. Nov. $4. "etor *shall be W. B. Thomase, 0. A
-I tabound Colorado Midland pa- Coelouth nd B. Hampton prand
sengel train No. 6, collided with two President. A Olelo ah ; ier -pry and
light enginet- at Ivanboe and it isto re- dentra A CoB ough; secretary and
treasurer, B F. Hampton.
ported that two pnaswnters were kill.- Tte highest amount of indebt-
ed and several Injured. edness or liability to which the eorpor.
-- ation can at any time subject itself
Delaney is Killed by His Wife. small not exceed the aggregate par
value of the outstanding issues of
Chicago, Nov. 4.--James F. De- snet
laney. vice president of the Amerl- 7 The names and residence of the
can Shippliig company, was today shot soberibere *r.d the amount of stoeek
and killed by his wife, who Imtmed.- subseerted by each, are as follows:
lately afterward committed suicide. Ineorporator. W. I. Thomas; ree.
-......... idenee Gainesville, Florida; abhare of
Pour Men bDewnod. sok iOiharec.
......... M.e. .. Ineorporator. O. A Coleloogh; ree.
Grand apl4e, Mik., Nov. ..--A idee Oalneille, Florida; shares of
e.sage from Holland state. that four I. iO share.
me were caught on the crib work noorporator, B. P. Hampton, ree.
of the new pier by a storm and were den.e*., Osnloevllle. Florida; share of
ashed away d g the aght and WITN 88 WHEREOFesid sob.
ibowned. selbisl lUeorporators hereby asge
their same. this the 17th day ofl No.
0e Charab*le vemb.r, A i) 1\0
Tn your horse sa well a. ,o yorself. w. R TnoMAs.
You sad not auter frI1 psinc of any C A COLtOI- 0
e .. t, B. F. HAMPYes.


Air Line Railway
Announces a rate of

PlIs eenup, plus et I ,oI.
Mlmai Cooupon, to rnmpa t
for te publle, and oie cen ,
for Military ComPaUi,' a,,d
Bands. Rates apply from ill Ai
SttSiona on Seaboard ir. F'rida.
North aid West of 3;aueeviit. an
cher (ienluding thoue oii.t), No
ber 18. 1, 17. 20, 22, 24, 27 nt.i *'a
and from points bout N ,vt, uni-r
and daily, exBept SatutrdayS at .
days, up to and including trains d
arrive Tampa morning of Nov,,
Final return limit, all ticete,
80th, 1906.
For further information, cial n
Ticket Agent or write J.A i.Ta
Traveling Pass. Agent, T'mps)
8. 0. BOTLTsox, Ja., Ase't (An' I
Agent, Jacksouvile. Fila ; CH.RU
AT N, Geml Pas.. Agent, or hw
F. ost' 2nd Vice. President, P0




Offies In Miller Law Exchange.

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And Solicitor in ELuitY
Bea' tate, oeveyane.,r;i *t
erl Prsaetee. All busiuit'S prr.n
attended to. Office n Is dx 0o.
oflee. GAIISSTII s. 1'' "'
OarwaevaL.., U:'

uoon ba or**$ ped *ontr. Try 'AWO s O elc on t io Property
There's Ne Use. a bolte of Ballard'e Snow Linimeet. CocWv or A s&cK.. a prownd& a trove .
Talktyou eas'stbeat Herbiae fort ore a rll alm. J. Roerat, I. as oMer duly aetheried io take insd fA irlamd
taller. Iheesnteet uegwdte eer h +ere ;d, o.M., wrltet, "I ha*e0"4d *ekNoowle'demoeae of derd e a l ellofwhatyouoerfors r
the He asJetaeel mWiti re fever ye oe r Liaiment for te- yoe,, and God ad isat and eount fa. for eid e
oaeed to *8e9ine humanity. Io>e ta t0wb theot I have ever ndT. for uan certify hat the above eaed W. W X. BAKER.
eer*flroo m livereomplels, f yee are orbeaet." told by W. M. Johaseon. 'ftoa, C A. Caoeleelh aod B. FP.
litnce ad fretful, it's yoor liver, and Hamptoa. to as pesmenally keow, ATTOeYIT-AT-.Al
si..k.. m*IlImin t h It ints l m .. I -6..-.....1t- h.- S. &a- ....., tli dey *obeerlbed Ithe fo i ola. th......... I

Os ~~ ~ %i oe-unkttle Voda a. h.'" r W*- *ea"~WU ~ nm &r@knowe, gad thenm... SOLICITOR 11% CH AS(
Orl'air at Touipa. Nov. 144h it.ds 11kia. A positive !-ae for cmumelipe. ~-ew mn
191 6kt ~ h ulsoa srp ivoasr. Try a bottle st~dtvand tin apply Io h lve..~o the andSlP tCegusof th eae.
le l I ck t f fare plus TSr duew ill rse verW o u lsatb ls eie so uui ?" W e of Flr ida for Lootmre Pair nt DdI W I t o l' y hm ed osa m o e. se a tl OtLBee n A de l i'
00 (Ioirnlding atts ~~N ~~ h btrptr~da id eu'-wallb"d lM ain sidEtNICASmaadamws ge,th.Iiday al O~e sSoo
00 too.nelhiWI W* 5U.'t'ofNovmbr. ) 121
,m "a o",trip 60t 1 t kele will bo Sks- 4SIeed adthaftqsuch aW4 sutv~wdaswl .WCum, LO ON.TI
aoe.P'h.a etnll Cemplain of RniA@Um Prilees. be ubdet. a wekiltafter my .411 1 NJ. W.Publie!WW Lt. of FP RAT'
Olm hsWievlli. II 'lieu. ~w elanls. Now. t8Thesagr do foopjt iemelor &rioft ito aofI ot ?Puilcaptur o seae VatUUIL &~
son Napi 6 I'sase. tedtog these plasters oft 4? egroe sad. whkbich -- be Soh day ,fI tuormb, 06 MII4.1h 1910MSSW aiVuLm xA
NOs.W- .1.1 7f'.- 41- ad 411ainalty tohe richestt prods~ eof that 'r%14 176h day aof Sr'evvmt-. ' IL
0011111 PCe p nts oDo a '.1 1A0a t%2ve stop]& Is the 1'hJtiPODs e gwa. eats. IM R V'IL I
"lmW e" lo*ledinta iea .No'v. pilatiof ruslas maretotprices Thxe 1P 4 C" In, '-CV "Or $51-IOf l'ER)LO!'CtL'TheL4SjguUl.& lgehnll'P
I"t Wild 4101 ythorefter e 441t. plaatot t.'eaeo nthe oveege ef tiark. a.*rxoflTY. lIllWsll on mad-solp gAmfrW
Wnft WW 16041edPs I spa" ki-ol. iitg rull"YSW 1sad r Wasv ae hroml&S at CHARTER OF PUNl? TY'E ~'~ eey$thh"Slat nm~ee~b'~
10 U t aInS sehu14d uled 40o aer've '1ah Taf p hetI. W IN', e e a. #tM W f eee q0 IS s er C E ('ON WA NCY Tbnft 4 sy. tb*e0-6 otht aeb ., ~ps Tp o Po *el 06 5-
belms9 5rolo f P w Sib. Pa. a (m, l tin, I cqo ujinu Se in opm t*Imin bophSi t hat of. e bee ibe g ibeip,9 m w d. .- jg. 1 s ll ell b e SI haIvao tm
Y. Tempo Nov. tm! Us mask't will Improve. by amissommo esdvol"so ~l~~I I eag Itoll saellIo 6 uroof .sbheTUIi0~SptgA a
IN* Temp. a lrmhe w wlltbo esooelaft~ aeeeedmp 1i4, n** 41GilokorAegis. t~auagws Trst W4a-Ho spiag
&=mob k rgar smie t hm opesl4urw lm enP gdad I r~cPoi. ~hm jlr.(nitie o r~ fA.sseas, ci i o. br 1 e.,iToola 66t000
W~Irite rStowd* *10 fSla (inm all 110ta of5W ava u ,1 a
timths ndeter ata.It Wilp IV.glused eso eesee. that"4 1 Tloesame, of g pge. o, i, 100 S aot) & ee. as P%644e esase boleof61asal.
so. .4-'T ashV se d ea s tee
saistseee.jaSS --w 10 hisod b bistp1%161K 110111A I" he arty ni w th* oe "Woto o Bf. a8a.jbe asasalveulso s p...
iftml iaif es a "s be b" gl t I @&* Xat 406 1 e e l~rfted sOW D r gm a.w so the par' oe 411866-1 sesmee, d. top 0 o ymm f a __
Atmub o AIsbi d caioso d Ift a 916W Lewwin* "'" Sm WbW of am s 56. D #46
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NOVEMBER 14 to 29


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-^ "1a WhO St MaY UV l

r for sale Wt this o i

STbrM Told HagN i 1trilig

od rolls hot for dinner ever
gsville RBakeWry.
w Feaster of Robelie was
hin (sjineville yesterday.
Sbe st printed stationery ar
prices all at The S ofl0r1.
Iberker-will repair your organ

y Th Mrs. R H. Bogles of Hagu

visiting friends in this eity y-s.

yeake known to the
tfr on short notlie.

tum maid*

&eorge Stone sand Mrs. W. J.
orSamponu City were in the eity

ati-lAblrers ea ewera werk.
py $1.60 per day fr mea. Apply

1. K. Craig, sent of the Atlantle
Line at Mionopy, was Ia the

Nl. Mammi Hill has returned from
ile, where she has beeo on a visit
ieni Maria Striekland.
TiTor exze'iisvelyI wholesale and
I. Metropolitan Talking Machine
J Jekeonville, Fla. Ageao wanted.
li-Lady's solid gold hat pin with
is "M J" engraved thereon.
er will be rewarded by leaving as

0 P. Cannon of Rocky Point was in
seWity yesterday. He states that his
Harry. is a little improved, wh!eh
Slbe gratifying information.
Friends of Father P. J. Lynch, pas-
*of ti Patrick's Oatholie Church,
I*I1' ht pleased to learn that he is out
risa, after an Illness of several

Dr F. F Smith. Eye and Nerve
b0itali*a, of the southernn Optieal In.
Sit '. Jackennrill,. Fla., at the Hotel
Irowan. Nov 25, 26. 27. Oall sad oon.
alt hin.
T J Hammond of Hawthorn was in
t.*e ty yesterday. Mr. Hammood is
aS f the most widely bkows I onug
mt in the county, sad has many
lfft 's Erp,
A i','!htfoi surprise party was ten.
S.i, Mile Winnefred Pedriek Fri.
b .Qite a gsmber were
ail, th1 evetfag was pased
41 .rnjnyable acmetr.
i' n oality bet is lte remeh
r */,-tl-Blua Ribbos Lemon
6W V, 14*I Absolutely puar, so
"'.. ar' ,d4 the "Blue Ribboin Fl-
S no-- Ask fOf the t Wj
S' mi'mneat vlsitors to
*--, day was Hos. Wylie
"" M>rk. a ameber of the
. ,,,1 ,f Levy euety. H* was
i w *'., writh the olUnited

r has returned from
S both*re. Reed iad War*
S~ .t kelamd. While ab-
S. *v"*ed the State Fair.
;." **'tr 'e be be beet that

tr ae Sms, at Oalae*.

a t tv: eti WA a-1 ra I
-'o. w as e a
W b e. saae f 11 Ike me
'"a *em a amh adoces ase.
'c't,,. gy

Se* a ***me t e se
*o "" (4>t ao he
B *'. Tra1 paletoe-I

1* ielS .. e e
seilflte at ad eesse*

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I The


Sole Agents

All Silverware Brass, Copper, Gold,
Nickel, Zinc, Tin and Enamelware,
Glassware, as Fixtures, Mardbevork,
Ploors, Woodwork, Tile, Onyx, Wail
Decorations, etc. :: Non-inflamable

Select a soiled

place on your paint-

ed wood work and

try a can,


BACK if it fails to

please you.


W. A. Morton of Eve was trading in
the oily yesterday.
Pound-and Marble eake every day.
asinesville Bake ry.
Cream puffs every Baturday after-
noon. Oainesville Bakery.
Robert Barton of Rocky Point was
trading in the city yesterday.
If you want something right in plano
tuning and repairing, consult Eichel-
Wood--Our big blo cart fall of dry
wood for $1. Gainesville Planing and
Comio Co.
Captain J. H. Wileox has returned
from Jacksonville. where be has bren
on business.
Why eat bread a day old when you
ean get it hot as the Osleaville Bak-
ery fur dioneo*
Georp Glesson, the trucker of
RoMky Point. wu in the itly on bust-
neas yesterday
John P. Lynh, the lomeber masu.
faetorer of Fairbanks,was a visitor to
Gainesville yes torday.
J A Mailhsty. the briek manufe-
surer of Cam(pille. was lookteg after
his interests hrre yesterday
Alva Smith ha. returned from
Folkstoo. (ia w*heir be as t eon on
business for th* past few says
Furoist ed rr jotting squre.; aentleass only. Ap-
ply W EKast lsLberty trees or 49a of.
Howt. A V I, Nf. Stast Attoriey of
the KEghth I@lrte', left tyeesrday for
Stark., h s it m'. where be **I* sped

The To. :,e-th (**-t*s',ry (eb will
Iees at the r*sdesiem of Mrv. A. M
CueWasa onoday afnewes. 5** V


yTo oO^-s, a"9 mned* e
aa a riwb. If, e illes *eve-
lgae 0h- 3 'gkr Ia 9IS**

me 'e*r if bte esa e ro ,

fe. i *.so.Ifw9* I"

bes, owpese a d se re


Want,1-A live, yoong
mnn to t'l.. odeon for Regal Shoe. In
Gainesville. A good chance for some
young mAn to py his way through the
Utiver.ity. Write stones for intrie.
lions. The BoJt Co., Jacksonville.
Mrs. W. C. Nibltok and niece of Ft.
White were Is the iely for a few
hoer vester4et. They were en route
home from Weht View, where they
have been oa a brief vilit to the for.
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Mr Ora s L. SUveat of Hawthnrn
was luthe lityy pfstrday. Mrs. Sta.
vant owns coalIerabil property here,
and is ceonte.pllting the erection of
several house for rental purpones
She has a grea'deal of Oonfldeicoe in
the future of Galaiecille.
Friend, of Perry N. Oolon, who has
beets quit, ill at hi hose for the past
few day., will be gratiled to learn
that his eondMi* eIs slightly Improved.
Mr. Coloon will ot Jbe fabled to
leave the hooe0 for several days, lot
even the inforliom of his improve.
meant will be* eleid with Iratifies.
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Lady fnoprer msearoones over
day. GainesvTle Bakery.
Let us bake ygor turkey Thankeigly
lmp morning. 0Gly x oent. Gainee.
Vflle Bakery.
round-A pket book contalainin
Pome money. Owner please call at
9S office and deeribe same.
J. Norgan ielsill left jester ly for
Tampa, where will spend a few
days on a visit to frieadu .sn: tne Sttet
Have your staloeery printed at The
Son office. Fit9a41seae work promptly
delivered at rieasaable prices is our
J 0. Mody of Oalss. one of the
elever employee of the Southern BRll
Telephone CoImany, is in the city for
a couple of daye n business
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas MaLeAd and
little daughter, Mlarguerite. have re.
turned to their bole at Newberry. at
ter a pleasant visit So relatives in this
For ,alr-l e* farm near Iligue,
850 acre ; good dwelling, stabho, barns
and out liouses... Also twi.acere lot on.m
aloinit tlne dwelinu and stable in
East Giiinevlle. Apply to John B.
Dell, (imetsvll|e, Fla.

J. 0 Barrow hbaa pareased from
Aegust Wenake a lot on Stae street,
East Oasiresvlll, and will eone bIegi
the reietloo of a home.for himself and
family. Mr. Wenske has deposed of
several valuable oeia la aest Osialnt
vile reeastly, whibh la evidence act
oaly of his peroearily. but also evi
deoee that the ity is sapl irewmins
In tbat direetie.
Mr. ad Mrs. J R. Merebhai ar.
rived Is the elty teeterdey from their
bridal tr. and will I future be at
bMoe t their freade. Mr. Mereheat
w wedied to Mie Us lies orbie I
Jeekeoville es She 94th Sl' alter
wepd taking a trip 0, AtIsats and
otr prem s pe o H firiude
re *lad to wele me him hioe gapte,
and aleoead I wele'e blae aiable,
eoustlial ite, who will aNbe a aleo
able seqaiestoe to eaiMo11ele se8ty.

(6-0 W. 1Bide beeo'srewd freom
()eeaoda. where No has be**ea b@04el
ovea. for.the Oeetooeedove Mup. Hye
"owteeShot 066448, SadIs Inee64t1e
ester6004tbloot". 10 en sory ee lee c
The travel 1tsssthwar4tis WeelostING
earlie~rthugen wol by switsis***ek.
wsth aw. mal t ashe"tel wea
eemw&4 UsTb.ptma ost ebeleg l
Salted fi orde P, F~ i
of .thS dl~aroebele wosiebr Kih e
lefbet ish sif 6he fesdthato Or late

ve ene -ass -[W W. a IIm

SI" ISW "d


,Uf Apecialy.
Coffee the best. Brerything
nie,. Onme enohked to order
fir spuv r i i'ln ,b

easeb season. They are glad to havy
them here earlier than usual thlegear.
If you are ooing to Tnmpa to wit.
neas thae rights of ste great State Pair
remember the old reliable Beaboard.
Double-daily servlee which puts yoa at
destination on time. Rates, one farb,
plus 2 cenut, children half-fare, plas
25 oents. For partlaulare see Mt.
0. 0. Pedriek expects to make his
departure today for Tampa. Mr.
Pedtelk has a fine exhibition of bu-
ilee, his own manufaeinre, at the
State Fair, whioh'will no doubt bri e
the premiums. He was very sueese*
fol at the State Fair in this direOtNs
last year.
J. 0. B. and W. M Thomas, who
have been here attending ooort, have
returned to their respective homtee at
Bell and Wille ford. The ease atlgail
the latter, charged with murder of
Maise Booofeld was continued by
motion of the State Attorney uatil the
next session of the eourt.
Jaoseph Brooks has returned from
Tampa, where he went to represelt
Alsohas Oamp No. 6. Woodmen of the
World, at the Fair. Mr. Brooks, who
is eoune l commander of the e loal
camp, ls a very prominent Woodmes,
and his brothers and friend are glad
to swe him upon all occasions.
Mrs. F. L. Smith and daughter, Fay*
etteville, S. 0., are visitlng the for.
mer'a sister, Mrs. W. W. Camera,
near the city, whom she has cot -eon
for the past thirty years. It Ise ne*U.
essary to add that the meeting was a
pleasant one, and that the visit will be
devoted largely to the talking over 6f
old time.
S. H. MeKinnon, formerly of MeKin.
non but now enPaled in the naval
stomr business at Clayno. Bradford
county, was in the eoily yesterday.
Mr. MeKinano has many friends in
this city who kept him busy shaking
hands. He to a member of the slaes.
Ville lodge if Bike, and is ls a hard
matt er for him to t esaway when he
visits this elty.

AiNmey t hr laing BSky"lino
dwm pommpily. WEleetlei
of anl him"s

113s W, UNION

Miss. Nora Nork

Ladies' Nolnfe
Fansi leeds.

= I yoWATC~N ST WabIoWo a"

Pismo sod Orgas Tow


able"Ilbe Fier".


F~b &Iwlk

saw OYS, zue~d~

whe Inad.s

Ii IIT A K I G C o e,

9Ut. LUe OP
NoW 0o00*...

ftrosaw %boed$ w4

S8ttdy shorhand by sIfede r
perloened coours stonoam ite Oo.
plesoeourse $10. 8uoe0**" gsftesod,
or money refunded. For foaher par.
Stlealre addre ssAtenogrop r, P. 0. ."
Box 101, Jacksonville, Fla. our new location on eo6ner
Mr. nd Mrs. B. H. Cater and sth of Postodee, whero
daogtesr, Mis. Ollie, have strived ln Z4111 be played to pat you
the eity from Booneville, Indian. a d t to pla .
They are regular whiter vieltorl he Oysters, Steaks sad Short Ords
and friend$are gald to welt ino thei .. ..




Aelkeps s~fm~e4of "out tW".
wry b""edIs

It Yoad ~e e. j3besm

Otif'bi. for .? 0E II %



Electrical Soplej

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gamed to tIM
1- $,

'at, which was 01041 .,
ltThis Sectb~ioni
-a.daLarge FrolGadS% ~
C.O"frnmsrcial All-.
eratesand bse

wUorulirg which 0ls
S$10000 to$1.g
mad stoek.
1.rigio Of the fOeNi mto koe
p, supposed to have ovilmsjsaj
Iclme burning Stra s h0in

Wolfrerdn mill was o Nof
iD ibi s section of the.,
deployed a large n umbei(
The products of the mill weie
from one end ofathe tSte
str,. and inasmuehN IS thloas uo
jet prsetieilly started. -te )os
o a severe one-%* h6e atnes,
pwr* serious ineavomtle s
is who had filed thber ieQ d
&ad who maut depend opo4 t.
orof rates and baskets for the
t of their track.
go5 not learned whether f(0em
insurance on the plast or not.

ui County, in All Exhibits, O0pt-
bg Out in Fine Shepe at Fat'. -
ioer Son: While watlnga 4r
President Fairbasks' llnl'
ispleech to the children oaf te
i,am this is "School Exhibit Day,l'
I aud yoo a line or two aboet

hhos eaouty Is far

Sioek won first priest, as yo
I akunw. .
erCalli.on was basy all day
complimentary telegrams
hiM from everywhere. *
eas,. gats, pigs, ete., reof ont
ae* b. raised in Alsshnes OdnIy.
a might have been Impreved in

dieplay in Agrieoltural Ball ans
1M beaten. It is ImmeBae. We
Ot banner county, nad expect the
ibottip prize.
ias county in the Woman'* De.
l t i, considerably the prettiest
building. The famNy work Is
it itt to any of the other.
dbP'ayT i varied sad neatly ex*
T* arks to our ladies of Ala-
utrIs. especially of GailaenUle,
kinliy sided us In this partieu-
tore t
Ort~di6ertment Is well repreo
Si th-. itl paintings, burnt work

tTIr -ille High School stands
ib"'f I, the shool beild&t* elx
h* w ,k is bastilfrlly exllbli-
te ". W t the blhigh .
hrrer~ntes have ee goa wbr.
tNtis,.$ well se o jigble,
Itt f *e-.ah *hibit.
*' r-StStat I sawy I
t. *,a, fea0trs

S t" permit of a 4
t- rat prPeeaS t.
I, wavi e had lf,
We areproand ft AM
Mus. W.H p. uM.. a

Se..:. sdeigoti evealag
rsg od s W A.

a by Mm W.
&64 '""' fr e tlloWI.
L, e,,d.* ,IeM
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0 e have leased our Tin
S'p to Mr. T. McEvoy,
so hcit inquiries for
It-CIass Plumbing.


Hardware Co.

Pbene 7.


Resolutions Were Passed by Mission.
ary Society For Courtesies.
At the conclnlion of the Week of
Prayer by the Foreign Missionary So-
elef, which was held at' Kavaaough
.Methoqlet Chureh. the following reso.
latin.owas passed thanking The Sun
for its energy in publishing the pro-
eeedlDgs for the week:
"Resolved, That the thanks of both
the Hqme and Forelagn Misslonary so.
eletle of the Kavanaugh Methodist
Ohorch be extended to The OGaine.
will Son for its liberality in devoting
so much space during the Week of
'Prayer to the publication of tee pro.

grums. uan reports uo r e sy Lost Se, Is Wanted.
meetings. Signed, Lost o am,
"Mae. T. J. Ntxom. loAt Boy-I. Sam Beggt, allee-P
"MaU. W. .. FIOYD. years of age. rather small and reood.
"Mai. T. F. McBtHAI.," shouldered, was dresend In kine p ts
- of greyish texture. greyish overheat,
NEW OFFICE BUILDING. blue cap. shirt and tie. Left Ohatla.
____ nis, Tens., on the eveonai of No.
The Heymane Block Will Be* vrrbor 1, alism whiah time no tree of
Date in All Its Appointments. him can be found. Briht and intelli.
Workmen have "en engaged for the intn, but oet strong. uiltly of no
pass few days on the alteration in the. known wrong doing. His mother is
HsymanI block. next to The Son offie. eras-d with grief over his dilsppear.
and at th eand of the week coming the asie. Any person Irdima **ofh a boy
building will be one of the neatest and will ki dlpale for him andofy J.
most up-to date odg building in lhbe Dosooe Begg, 14 Broad street, Chata.
lily. nrpoga, Teas., when all espenoes will
JJ, Hamane. who a few months t paid. (Odd Follows leke notie..)
ago porehased the building from Thoo. state paperplaw.. copy
V. Porter. has consvrtei the uptait.* Mod MHappy For Life.
which has been ned as a large room & hw
for various pirpooes. Into o1iee6. reat ba.ppleo eurn.e lie she home
Thbte nlee.owillhe fiBte d up l the of S. O. Bl*, sehoosuperimet eo
aset modern etyle. and Will be of*red ats S. Albas W. Vs whoe his little
to tbose who deirce something modern d er woI stored from the dred .
la hi line fal e"omplte he eamre* He saye
,1 thisline. ..My ,i1 Bghter had Sl. Vilai'
k DEATH OF MRS. OEROW. donem, whkl tlded to to treelmet
I -- --I huf gr tSily worse. as a
Wen Known woman. wife of Jackson. liaet rev e s tiod Eletrie B4ites,
V V e Po*tmaster. Pass* Away. and I rejoIte oe soy, three boitlla eof-
Hae. Henry ('ti.&N. receiver t fteated a esm e omre." Qekk. oeoe
,llUnlit4e Statr* li01 o1ie0. ad e eursofor ser 'e* felplaiAts. geee *w
lese personal fr-I. e ,f Pqslester 1. dtdlity, l. 1 esekkase,. ipe.
T.Germw of Jack.r,,,.lle, reei,.d a* rtAeed blood of1 malaria. O(lse-.
*esae soturday *ao*a aelg the seed by all dfr e rs rrise. s0s
death of Mrs aes lo'ehek ron t mornntsg of that ska141 ,' Pae s Adilstk .
day. I Yg eeo s**e-oplia veory mOOl
Mm. )ero *** w a l.drft moot esat if ovur liter I i ftl ee s,*e foel
ab ebhareeter, ?",veld y llI who ke.. d 6i. yeor *yesn er, heavy Iad elhts
bear,a d had n'a i ft*hd *o this et., .a.1rt.a" eShkt.* po. Oro LIatA.
atl1l whla rnr of her detki, ** Frt eli ; tmeoSlae** she 18bIr
ai m re ( s,'d .,,swes aod nmi*e po frel b tlbl
P MESCUIOID C 6 TUt40DAV5 raz ses'**. #i*f. f.le. Frit.I*
r 4,p 're0 m0.#,*%toe eu greilea4d4 4e
PASO OlNr,.' T r smsed u,, .'4 a ,, ri *oot o set 0.
ea",,r Ir* I y Bbefl a, o mn # ) to I*t op 1.
6F 1 Prost I ,* ,* 4 t 14 del* s,3Bry a k- f fs ossbettee
r aMl remprfu : 'I" V* Me.rtll. t *, ,,



Jurors for WiekAtle Resolutions OC ,
plimem try o dJue Palmer.
The jury e oireuit court for th6
erm just e appreciating the see.
ee and rulijhq Judge Palmer, ha"
,Ped the f llI tlR resolution:
"We. thet Utdertitnedint1 mber* of
the peiit jer'of the Eighth Judicial
Oiruit rif Florida in and for Alaehiaa
p~Wty. for he week edi;ng Novem.
ber 24, d-irIg 0to express our thanks
and high appeelatlon of ith1eomplli
mentary walls which we were dis-
oharged by tgr"rHonor. Judge BRasoom
H. Palmer, whisk it was our honor to
ierve, aNdl will we feel that we
are not denl l of any such praise
as JudRg PoJwlr saw fit to give us,
WV also feel Most grateful to our
OesidinK Jodas for the words of
praise .nd eomine.dation he saw fit to
bestow upon t,
"We woih to *ay further that we
have t)en veiy favorably inpressed
with Jiudge fPlmer, not only on ao.
count of h M ability as an able jurist.
but aso bt oaslo of his firm, fair and
impart;al rultniS upon all motions
Ploming before him&as well as his plait
and earefoily worded charges to the
jury. 0. A. W. TunoMAs,
"6. R. ELLIN,
"J. A. Cox,
*S. L. TowNsaNP.
"**. HILL, J. ,
"L. T. Roux,
**W. B. ADKIN,.
"**. M. Tuamu.,
I"T. B. McDoWAI.n.

A Yer of Blood.
The year 190l will lnng he remenm.
bored in the hb oof F. N. Tacket of
Alliance, Ky., 0 ayerof blood, which
flowed no copiomay from Mr. Taoket's
lungs that death seemed very near.
He writes: "'8efre bleeding from
the lungs and a frightful cough had
brought me ate4th's door, when I
bean taking Dr. Kleg's New Dieov.
ery for Consimptlom, with the aston.
fishing resiil thit after taking four
bottles I was eompletly restored, and
as time has'prvean, permanently
cured." (iariateed for sore, longs,
coughs and colsd, at all drog stores.
Prices .N and (L Trial bottle free.

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Lies L4.IWlA S wly mtbwh YI

L z s a l. deal*mma~I g
;J-4 "t*v h M how,
VLlwed sgob~em h
r. c 7we k pm

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le"?ap 416 .A 6

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U~yde New Enlfgand1 and Southern I:I
Freight Seryie @soawesJACKBOWVILLN. BOWITOen d
PROVID&ROK &ad All laster. Points,
Oallig as Obaricet@. bolb ways.


Jacksonville and New York,.
Calling at OHARIRMNlI S. 0.. bothways.
vbh nmeast hemwfhsija u seomaws W
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Mowl skbound ..............& ....... Pr....omt Lowis' wbarf, uf
doetbbeomd ..................Vrom foot of Calm~rlso at.. J""bssl"

Civa. ft Joh RiverLI
Sltopping atsNMla" Ast. or.Befor (D.Laad),adIaemde
ftl. Jokes River.

Ate, appointed se aill follows i Lost@ JeeksomwilI., daily esesp
atgurditl,, at 1180 P. M. kItusmnsimgle~avo afford. daily *I.
*ot easKsdes)*. t I M Oa. M.

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slo1pe .............5.k. L....
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0rn1 C0#0 .Pr s hunb over, "9'e6M. weeieu. Nw ~Vvis -



Take The Atlantic Coast Line


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MnI^ MI,.5BD"- nfi~~melassSk

Rspld'hui'lt and Unsarpmuuted 8trvke

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od|Ae caused "by Ia r in
e blotodcoinnt o t C,.ing o
Nation and almost into hing. e state of the system I
sluggish condition of the tive memib leares the waste and rea
matter of the lxlvy to collwetad sour instead of jssing thue oft throw
natue'schann!Is of hodlily *,l The blood in ht ffor tto purge the i
tefi of all foreign matter satras this acid and UthrowtY t through.
pores and glands of the skin, '.j acrid humor seems to ouOt aad
the PSkin on fire, the straw cZ1 sticky fluid drying aumlnd4
and the Itching is intense. Whet these pustules are scmtched t
is left raw and feverish and oftAfpaolid sore is formed and ki
constant escape of acids from the blood. Local applications of
ders, lotions etc. are desirable*d Mshould be used because they
itching and give the sufferer t mporpy comfort, but are in no sense
because they cannot reach the aMt of the trouble, which is in th.
S. 8, 8. goes down into the blood. c
the eireglation of all acidl andl human
& up the thin. sour blood and by remiovii
A a w=t of the ceaue cum Eclimna
Sney. The irritating eruptions dim
PURELY VEGETABLE_ .the tch'ing and burning cear., and the
L EA akin, bei fe by a fresh, cooling
f blood. hentui s soft and smooth agein.. .S.. made of healing. pt
ing routs. !iv ,; and barks that will not damage auy part of the system
Book bn kL*ni dicafaeae and an medical advice free.
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one or talb. Ast Ases
I It an bet ld tha the
toodoredbad a t.o Indisan 1I
;- Jt -In the bigget s e of tht B.. ati tEf
there .were tow d partoua let "
the eastern team a Cowd
I, orke1i"n thend, o h o oe b s B lD th
ends. Vamnd0*bt dIM S 'd ta ftpd to .
on end plays, but maided Lo e sub-
imttantlal aJto of. s"d lOuards
COMMODORS t rouh the e, which was O Y NW "M CRO L
Manler and hbi mates. -
Were Outplayad *from This yo r stormed thl In- Go MAl gr of Car Cora ny a
ding bulwark If it wrei not there, W A st-
ie "Whk, Vany Playln% and usually am0 A gateway with*
y In the Pirt Half-4. enoub to oollt. Not a fault could /d, -At he Matter Is Tampal
mttrenger In eeond. be found witlh' york o theb otr n tion Agl.
Commodores, h u a Bolake Maleor u Ai .
Tenn., Nov, S4.-- or oad Costes wer'a with the real ar- M to1e Ala., Nov, $.--De-
a in the history of tool- tiele. eue thes refusal of the Montgo
Steam Invaded Dig, Bob BDSks 4ee oed the greatt M ont ery T'aetoft company to otay the new
sande Ute dy'l evinat Pleasant oL W lta i kicking pro- "Jim Crow" law, every car operated
,enough withbot Vaaderblit elIrlttlee are Q i for the lndian was stopped Priday morntlg by the
DiX e's 2~at~ vadms, halfback bikis dowe on an attempt uaret of the motormen sad co&duc-
m -o te do in thal t might AW e ooud. Phlot oo on.t
^ 1 tdmo iodrf 'o la member ot 40 Slaki family wo not % goom the treats Were Ailed ald
Ioste1ed of WI W o battle oneis In edt$ t1 h the lndian. for tiA srotopped altogether. The isrt
*r 0. the aUm t id have beea o mMer if tNe egpeet Uoin i-ed M a dA arrested wa Generl MaUaer
ever-,* Vtt ged on i nesot 17 1 ,M Sat performed ether Raglsa. Within an hour hero were
the lirus, t thm bfore the notable MatUs, the whole team & a c ore of employees at the police
of play aoonodd to be practically outbher olloe s it on tb Indis stiotm and the docket as owded
of ploy onof tho rat, mkpr bunch without doubt. with their names.
~gr owin the moastr glorious Coam h MoGl mwas overjoyed with Mayor eWe is oppose to the lew
otrgnl tlon of a football to outcome, sad Hurry-tip Toet, which was passed over p veto, but
iS that! Institution. frm far-off Michigan, was with him I to eforcig it to the lale. It re-
Stver, the atltndt cei In co- In the Iladeom frame of miad. gulre4lhat every ear sall cary either
wthrt the gtteatne Io hco- Vanderblwore ot s wo whites or blacks xclttively msd be
wity the rloetatnes of e co- eotveest tht no othb omthes labeled "white" or "colored."
+ie fr below expetation.To r m any of the teas of northern The ear company assert that It f,,
y glnerouL, yet the sem- h*labitation have oeen able to do, and Imposible to obey the law, as they
ade up In enthusiasm *that it l bhoeor is Mougla and have not enough cars.
td1 t. Those who were forced to get abot
the Iandul ran out on the The vtor is sure to change oot- the city bad to walk or hire heks.
wrapped wl blankets, a was be hil btory and hereafter Vanderbil After a delay of an hour Iluse--
wrt of theirsw bea tr wiea t will be feared to the dope anyway, a) tion was granted by the e roirt e
tribes a l Ink teoprs In the over the country. let Harvard, Yale the ground that the law 4 aot be
ids ,so l a thai or wa er d sd other blI ones be what they may. kept and tralic, after a 49 delay1
bad e JI, ul n g t volume was resumed. It prove .to be one
thS Oml fmsdo when Eoa NBGRO PORCRO TO LEAVE COURT of the most Intense l, .WR eto lof
th) Ctow mmnugel, Wh the h race question for nany year., al
a r w minutes ar th *u sekml e ObNt to Lawyer's *e- 0 1h there was no comAblSt and s O
to ad whioh Varb ro*ate e marts AAbt Vagrant Sleake. ( t of bloodshed.
llawl," a thart lnda at- Kbtoaille. Teaa., Nov. 24.-Hwar ,
Ir popular several te~ a g testimony the altoge presage ighty New Ptaeree
al of thisr doa n.s nOs "o es of S. Oliver and others was Atlastd. Nov. 34-Acrdlgto t
l the eprthese of WSetolesid e~noluded 1S MfdeWl court here sad formatioB received at the federal plhp
s. nor dId It o h ea aIMe argument was bealn, on every arrasnemet has bees made
b e ortet fm the time y eantr J. R. Peaesd,. United to acommodate aad receive aome 10
Sthecatel the tie they st district storn, opened for new prl s who are expected to
mled ge .ame, with a stating the prosecution. making oe hour. arrive at th\ pealtentUary. WhileI
until they quitted the frild a He said this was the lret time In It was not stated from what point
asthed al g atte.. uthe history oU the state that such a these men would be received, It Is
sdy took the battle purely a case had cane to trial. J. H. Keerally believed that there will be
a, ad although the feature walla r ats opemd for the defense. mak. at least qo party from the big prison
s toe thaounyd, and wil ftrl tla an able speech. at Colua s. 0.. where Unele SamB
dIpe for many a day Vanderblt Durl a vigorous arra ment of boards so many of his iprioners with
S tlyed her opponent from whistle the vagrat S es. Mr. Prants was that ra te institution, while it Is also
Sst aoad *Ivetw yons a 1opishd onte rrupted by a nesro who was sit* believed that there will be other pr*
'1 the lt ha, when tmhe. t l i the court rom. The neard' lers wo will arrive from OklaMI-
Ith e tura d l p, Vn he tal proetetd agaie st Mr. rants's decla-. and the ladian Territory. Amea
i eurn ed y, Vandy h adnM nations. Judge 0. D. Clark, preside. thee latter are generally quite a
bla her o* e way ad the bell tig, ordered Ue negro removed, number of Indians who are seat to th
sis I an territor y fr llyO which was dose. The tncldent cre- federal prison t that they have mo
SAer a lthe a kik lf. sed a furor, ad It was some tine state InesttutIon. There are now me,
LlAfte a falke a kik fom plce-l before quiet was retired 436 prisoners at Ute peateltary
k o that will make .his tee am o Attorney freats explained he meant mluthAtata. t mber being
a to eat s, Tbe thalf eded no re0le tion apo negtroe as a whole much smaller than eMsl.
S. too.r he hal a bit upon the vagra t, which
4 to l. Slats e iOee saLd hard fught were a nuisance* to the egre as nl Mneral a na4w a X.
s the play s the eaad that the well as the white people. Cilaesiaati. Nov _.--it a a.
at remalasi ned a aed. Rammed here Friday t;a oreea
to this lam *N the )2qkm
Its~ lh t las Iambed the iiGrklyd Brldge tos Sale. taker. geateral superitendent for he
44C NrNt oer k o the New York, Nov. 4.-M Me- southern distrtet of the Missdor Pa.
, t4terVs ef throuSokeyu et thwen.tfbi C1lan, Bride. tisinmaimoser Stevea I stc, with had astel 1 at UtW
ist t lo throbea letwo ty.e don. mad Chief stagn Iasereoll. Rock. Ait., obee b apolanted ges
Sant. It the deIeiSte L oa of the br department, united eral manager of the y aen ad C -
revsit the ndias fro erate g and Thureday It ea l that th rooklyu reat Ilroad system, to succeed *.
an moe they sor ltee .a dy brtdge wa eaUrely Msfe ad able to tGwtt. who re tly rrtni d t *W
4ie .as lrTWn 2'y erd not beW a srel thn tt h he vwh pInde b oe the lea-
.li le.ttin id we parallel- he h ad to earry. It s*mts that General bard A lr I*Je.
Ejr ,t Ite'.? a l 4 ie* tSederweod. et 1he B y -e --
Isa ILli n'h of howlime ete l Rt1d1 Transit euempasn. to who was e ,sc. t.i ,,>. oIctita Itr* at' ebuted the story. dtd e *Ian to Wao. Tea., Nov n4 -With
sfda I. t w ,e the rlubboot. ea*uw the timpresseio that the berie, ishop luther Wtae., of Chatta-e-
b b1e. t t e." labese was t s das of eoltapl but h. us. Tea.. pesdig. Sutbeft
e biel Of 5th was tlaed o wap s aftraM that t he; emie at rue treman Metholl mlls ess f.,"- e-
? lime of the miBn t a*er bse as'- mere tratas ed ea o the bytge posed of the stat, of i 'a,* sad1 t.h
I Lt le ew n h aWithout b r at Snt e 5 0* o ew Ortes. la imnh mi
i slh to the rar. I. thoet aeds *tetsou anad 4mefmtwf hore. The enma1e cti! eOale
tIy w4Mid ibh. w from ten -- ,ti) Smady. testi i a ma ttsl. .
St gS ,ip. oas & i a e onto peala O at e 3 k hlp reports et preegh ag a each oethe
t this mwh el heard t>:<. up 'oan I s V ts. S. C..INoe. 54.-- prt. bI taee wll be tremt .
Th htiOe Ite was a remarkable wet# 4I & frae o Meatu o lM t eny,
yMe St estalth a u4 the o.tly the retrat tar lh e retteil C wsa e.. Ens u..ent .** e .
thin tha t mmmd the pl$riaar. baaMexican s>eaBMM ow, bareeA. ^5hi. .'- *-
men the eaml ftamhts th. brNkke sliad there Thereti. Cands has As a a galaha tae aarts .

.~ -~n. te maw~ae all otsIrady Slam"the e~ht W"Th "Onmet maa. spssb
thead1WR-- upshea~~ Wlt e bbsdis arc wthne a". ONSo b 3C55 tstea 1w.
vaut. a as man ~lei an00-tw ot mm-wh?d unimam" 1w. same". van&. soMmUSwbow 0 taiesaw.,
Nowwwwas be* e ew ~4..lm
Caeeaat uatots*stedoet i '.of --
br"Itle t relnef Mewas gromatat so w~-- ~ vP"m *setvima No 0tr Sw
"ad thtf* 140" mAOe WURSO d 4 fv) )o .e.14tpas. Eom fb Sqiseitt
11as ". aem eua" ooly ~fteoo w y ve '4hlooEt" 4bGem.a. :,,.- Beelse oov. 3T-
bar .w i~ fail#0Wl b to the 01 Ofsfesd Ins a .9 -. 4, :H". e h1,0 bgofe "WY-4 to bo a!
1r. ?.A T1USek, wo msh an T &: art 'b 'mo Pno.TW ilb"1%ueIMtS aft
L..tol 1m aA IMlw
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"Th acti wnas"
*ce l the, reoq .st
and others wbe wiu l
sialdon In Valdoeuts .
3, adjbtang on the too
ter day. ''
Th~h the mvrdertera q
children will get brief ta b
cause Of the aetiNq et kVaioeUt
and amioba tkhe aeltels
bangails takig place whle 4
ference la In sesavol.
Followftn these bagingsa the pris-
on comailalon' will mtak on Dec.
or 6 and decide the fate of the';
boys, Milton and Jesse Bwlla, g,
whose hblf strong appoalao.Jbrew-
uUvq cemency have ben ma4." ,
Pollee Chief Shet to Ot.. .
West :lolrt,. Ga., Nov. J, .l
B. Johnson., a merchant of A m
A;. ,-shot ad instantly killed ChI
of Pollee J. W. Jones, It Lao e.
Thursday afternoon about t^ol
,The shooting took place
the Lanett Company's tdgfItr.
Notbigl is known as to the cte of
the tragedy.
Johnios gave himself up to the OW
arahl, but, fearing that the friends
J e .g-laght attempt violee ha
quled that be be sent to the einn-
ty JaI at LafaYete, which wal one.
Mr.. Jopop had been on the piOIee
foree for #our yearn, and was a very
efetleat eOoer. Mr. Johaeou 1i a
sea ofa C. Johaeoe, extreasurer
oft Chambes ootety, sad to prodI-
natly oneted.
They KMolled as Other.
Dublln. Os., Nov. 34.-Charlie
Gardeer. a white man, ed a negro,
whoae. ame Is unknown. hot and
killed ach other at Mr. Cloere Beach-
ma's mill. near Rocklede, a few
miles below Dublin. After quarrel-
tag tho day before they met. when
both eabght the other by the -daoul-
der with the left' hb and playing
their pistol to th her' breast.
Hired three sbots. he egro fell
dead. but Mr. (U lmr iUved about
ab hour. His ho jla i alabridge

Vessel Let Wl W14 Mon.
Qumbee. N"v. 24.-A vessel, sep-
pod to be the iark MagO. has bees
ast on Red Iselad ref with all oa
board. hf earned erew at 14
men. Wh1 she mIalel frmn ts
bee she carried p M Charle Pe-.
letler. of St. MMOha., Pellettwr bas
not betn landed anywhere avd. a-
les he has b en ear"red to ma. the
ladkatlons are that 1 t0 the t Me ,
which struck o Red itad 4 s t ad
that she wret 4owa w al at ,haa."
4...- ,4
Swh ,oe mIlew s *I a*Aft Mg.
San rrWIaO. Nov. N .-Nith
l0W.s009 e nUi tl had to e de&m-
ed to the rel the rIagee. It is
Mtad that tthe relnef mamitae a
beld sevmWe Ml ttve neIm 4 to do.
termty w dt atall be don. with thie
moe*y. It b A- ae by the l-_
tor ofthe reatl ark Mu S* aeums-
seek em asm s be tohe esamt
by the rteuW etegtl giIaaas

Men* Name Histo Oo KneNte.
Mark rtle, l. tleA No. 4.-,-i
C'hteeto was i se aa iled by
at*l by te e palae on a a pobli
rs4 The mess asked the tre tf
sad -- -4- t a his aaosw. bi
of Ut1 5 '? oSt the beMd et as iia

NJe Wage er We mtate.
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.l h.061are that Chc ac W
Oft of Discharged C. "rca
Support It Until Rocsv.: st
t4hJu il eof His Order..
Ccago, Nov. 24.-T'wo
lroes.nIn Bettel Africn ,
tseopal ehureb on Thur.
J ely criticized Presidl i.
P dtechaIrlng the thr..
ot SeMo troops Invol, ..
Plbwesylll, Tex., riot.
to a peraoal leiterto C
2"d lp resolutions addre
war department; the !i:i
ury'e the recinding of tl,,
a n Indication of :..
feeling in the i
askemanl of the negr,,
_#, .Chicabo would tiU, *
*qpaslee and suppo i,)
president comes to,
auons were ad',:,.
lArthcOllng visit of S :
.*lm Tillaaan to Chicago.
Chicago negroes to
waves drijg the event
23 Sallors Leot in Stc-.
Buffalo, N. y., Nov. r
of Wednesday eitht anl I
the great lakes caused a !*
vessel property and 23 : I
barge Resolute sank off A ,
six men welw dapwned.
'Atleas ls.probaly lost 1 .
0.. with eight men. \
the Athens, however, hii-
abandoned and tugs are .c e
Wie for her. This Is t1,,
loases: The Hurlbutt. -
Lake Erie the C. B. Hill.,
Lake rieL the Actens.
Lake Drie the Puriton.
Lake Huro the Comf,,r'
St. Claire r river : h
stranded on Lake rk e.
damaged by storm., I. a'
Resolute fquadered :
the Peri Marquette N I
Lake Michigna the ,ch
ashore. Lake M)ol||an.
lor. missing, Lake Mi..
Crepesy Oenftradcte Rerc'ts
New York, Nov. ? II
whose sapeastlo* r b r
Ias M bea n uiet m by r'
"phsoopal equ of re:''
this eCty Thmtday with
of semlitalg with Vin.o
ad. o hw ssMasel. I
weoatT1lsed a report t
S to i civil ourjt f
*to I the grvi
sleurt whi0. r
d11'1& heresy charx.'
eoititbted. It. is pr
Ork casniteiad with
Dr. Crapsey will tieim,
meat anthe ou
hewemer wli 9. a'
1ll n~'t 50*. i. .
tl] arst *eR. *
Petwe Arrves ine
New Tlrt. Nov 6
euat. 23 yearv, olS.
46elarwd. 1as1 0418r
Uas a 8assin 1m
iimane sad che-
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