Gainesville daily sun

Material Information

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
32994415 ( OCLC )
002027051 ( ALEPHBIBNUM )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
Y .1

1 / y y


ineMtt i ail!! nn

.----- --- -. ----- ------- -- -
--- - -- -
-- ----------- ---------

-------- --- -
-- -- --- --
forgot forty years ago more than you EDWARDS HURT; MAY BE FATALFather

"You make up your minds that

: NEGRO 'UNDER GUARD fifteenth equality amendment before the law guarantees, which- ,the Is FOR SHOOTING WIFEMuch of Fractur.Congressman-Elect* -HI. Hip. Edwards' -, AND HER KUSBAi

right and should be enforced notwithstanding Savannah: Ga. Nor. 29.--It Is
Its feared that T. J. Edwards4, of Daisy.
result. If this law was
But No One Desired to Disturb enforced It would, result In two statesat Tattnall, county will not survive Injuries -
least being dominated absolutely Time Was Spent In Securing be received last week. He Remarkable Case of WholaMurder.

: ... the Senator.. by negroes, ,while four other states was struck on the hip by the sweepof .
Jury. stump puller and very badly In-
would be ao near ,being governed by I
tbe that there jured. Ills loft hip Is fractured and -
negro would be
} ROOSEVELTTTIMman practically -
be has several Internal Injuries. INSURAn
an equal division of offices." WIFE MAY APPEAR IN. COURT
(A voice: How about the law?) I ; C. O. Edwards, congressman-elect

Says President Acted Illegally "The law? To hell with such laws!" from tbe first congressional district, Not Only It Is Alleged that Mrs
After telling in Dr. James N.. Ellis Was the First has gone to his fathers bedlslde. lie
detail how
I and Punished Innocent with the the negro -
Is prevented from casting his bal- Witness C.lled-Gun and CartridgesUsed was In Savannah Tuesday. and stated ray Poisoned Husband and Her

Guilty Expressed His Usual Viewson lot In the south Senator Tillman In the Gun Are Exhibited ,n that he believed. his father was, fatally Children but Death of Two 0
"* Injured.T.
Question. said:
Persons Is Laid To
Court. J. Edwards, Is a well known Her
"There la a great deal more to this
Chicago Nor. 29.--The efforts of south Georgian. lie has represented Philadelphia Pa. Nov . _
Question than the little racket hems In Atlanta Nov. :'.-J. II. Crutch- ;;
the. of Chicago to Tattnall county In the legislature and most remarkable
4 negroes prevent Chicago.; field the ag..n't. case of w :'
machinery was placed -
} United States Senator It. has occupied other positions. of honor poisoning of -t
Benjamin A voice: "How about the negro on trial In the superior court the persons 10; ecj r (B
Tlllman from delivering an address! Judge?" I criminal dlvisionL Judge Roan presiding and trust He Is a member of ,McLaw' ance money that has e\-') -:3earthed :
.i -faera Tuesday In Orchestra hall because Senator Tlllman: VeJl, 1 will tell Wednesday morning. The charge United Confederate Veterans, in this city Is chains) ty
of the he has assumed and attended the reunion here.a few Bridget Carey who
you about your negro Judge and about against him Is shooting his wife, Mrs. was ar :::1
A toward the negro race was unsuccessful. your political machines putting him Sallie Crutchfleld, with Intent to kill. weeks ago. Ifs friends: throughout her home Tuesday. She IS ; I
tbe state hope that he will get well. of and Is
on your ticket and bamboozling those Much time was spent' In selectingthe age charged wire (1
When the South Carolina senator poor, ignorant baboon Into electing Jury. The remnants of several lie Is so' badly Injured that It has poisoned her husband P_,r._%
.arrived early In the afternoon he was him and then afterwards you fellow panels were used to choose the Jury bern deemed Inadvisable to bring him two children )Mary aged s std .
.told of threats of Injunction proceedings who voted the ticket without knowing from considerable difficulty being ex to Savannah to put him in a hospital ne! aged G. who died a we.x:: a

to prevent him appearing on thesTpesker what was on It. find a way to cheat. perlonced.Dr. as his family wanted to do. and Patrick and Cecelia Coi; (-DIn

platform and of a money him out of It. James N. Bills_ who attended the Carey house. at Hit: Uaii; :
consideration' that had been offered "No matter what thd people In the Mrs. Crutchfleld lu her Illness, was Sugar Merger For Louisiana. street.
1C he would cancel his engagement, north maTT or do, the white race tbe first wlrness. New Orleans, La. Nov. 29.- All of the alleged victims died 'ltl i|
but Mr. Tlllman declared It made no In the south will never be dominatedby The gun used by Crutchfleld when Plans to form a $.28OOOOGmorger.) In eleven hours and the po::: a'...
difference to him v at the colored the negro, and I want to tell you ha shot his wife and the cartridgeswere of Louisiana' sugar plantations and that Mr. Carey bencfld.a c\ t t-
,eopls of Chicago dlV, he was going now that It some state should ever exhibited In court. sugar houses were announced Wednesday - deaths to tbe extent of 91 out I _-j r
s to fill his engagement and he kept. make an effort to 'Save South Carolina Mrs. Ilattle Barrett who testlnel by a committee In charge of collection of Insurance T:::a

Ills word. We would show them In their fa- about Crutchfleld'e alleged threat was the project. This committee consists mans arrest followed an Invt-t: ,-a-:.
From the lime ha arrived la Chi- ne.m_ that we will make It red In the court room. I. of Henry M. Mitchell. Reuben made Into the deaths of her .
'CSgo Senator- Tlllmau was guarded store we make It black. It was stated that an effort would O. Bush II. A. Oxnard of New Orleans children which occurred last wIt ,
t>y police and private detectives and "Ood Almighty made the Caucasian be made to have Mrs. Crutchfleld and Charles Moore, of Scbrtever. was said at the time ttat i t,
will be until be (leaves for fund du M better clay than the Mongolianor brought Into court If she were physically I La. The Leon Godchaux company deaths were caused by eating (tc:
Leo, AVIs.. This Is In accordance the African, or any other race. strong enough. owning several of tbe richest ed candy or candy thai. petal
vlth au order Issued by Mayor I'Jd- The Ethiopian. Is tbe burden bearer Reuben It. Arnold. V. A. TJatch- plantations In tbe state I I. ODe of the deleterious substances
"''Ward F. Dunne, who was scheduled lie has done absolutely nothing for elor and J. E. McClelland represent. backing Interests. The plans contemplate An analysis of the candy such|
'to preside at the meeting but who history nor has he ever achieved Crutcnfleld. centralized management bf the children are said to have purcted
.refused to have any blpr \n do with anything. of great Importance. There the plantations, centrally located sugar showed that It contained" no p.
the affair after a committee of ne- are no great tOen among the race. Threatened to Kill Rockefeller.New house and erection of a refinery onus substance, and when Core
.gross had vested him a few days ago "Yet this people baa been pickedout York. NOT. 29.-Charged at New Orleaaa for handling the Physician Wadsworth made an
and offered strenuous objections,. to by the fanatic of the north /and wlU UireaeUUng to kill Joan D. Rockefeller product. als of tbe stomachs of the children
tfenator Tlllnoan's appearance oa the lifted up to the equality of cltlsensblp unless he paid her a million found the little girls died from an<
speaker's platform. and to th. right of suffrage. No dollars Mrs. Roee Dellnax BearotaHsndfield Luther Frazier Wa Convicted. leal poisoning.

Senator Tlllman gave his address doubt many of you have U.ten0 I 40 years 'of age, was arrested Atlanta. Nov. 2!.-Luther ira; According ao Captain- of P.lf'rt1'
protected>> by>> forty detectives under the oratory of the greatest colored In front of the OmeN of the seer the negro who entered the house Donahy It wa learned that the ci
command of Assistant. Chief of POe man of, this country-Hooker T. Guardian Trust company In lower of Rev. T. L. Bryan, a Methodist dren were 'Insured' for $125 each
;. lllre BcbueUlcr. In anticipation' Washington. lie bad a white father" llroadway The arrest was made on minister on the night of Sept. 20. that Mrs. Carey collected this at
-of trouble, a. number of policemen however and his brains and his char a warrant Issued by a police magis and In a partially disrobed condition after their deaths. The polkflctals -
were kept In nearby station la re- alit he bas Inherited from that trate. At the district attorney's office sought to assault Miss Orrle Bryan say they learned that the
.eerve but they were not. called for. father." Mrs handhold said that her was convicted' In the superior court man had secured rat poison and
m. negro poUoemna mingled with Senator Tlllman then told his audience husband had been In the oil business of attempted( criminal assault and further examination It was found t
the crowd of white people and negroes of the attacks on white women but that he had been ruined by the sentenced by Judge Roan. to fifteen Patrick and Cecelia Cook brother ;
which blocked the street In front of by negroes In the south, and declared Standard Oil company Mrs. Iland- years. In the penitentiary. Frazier sister, who lived with Mrs Car*
the. hall. that lb.' people of the north were. In. feld la charged with having forced who I la about 20 years old,- will haveto bad died within a few' motnha U 4

In the audience were many ...- a great measure, responsible for his herself Into the office of Mr. Rockefeller's face another trial upon an Indictment suspicious circumstances MUs C'
gruel, but they listened to Senator. state of affairs.In secretary last Friday and declared charging 'attempted crimaal assault bad been the lessor of the too*
r Tltlman's remarks good uaturedly and conclusion Senator TlUmaa she wanted a million dollars. upon .Mrs. Bryan' on the same Mrs. Carey was a tenant
although he waa Interrupted many I said: : and tbat If abe did not get It forthwith occasion. The police officially say that k
times by those who wished to ask "Now. ae a general' Illustration of i she would kill Mr Rockefeller Conic was Insured for 1200 ta< fa

questions, the meeting passed off. tbe Injustice that. Is sometime done. I and burn down the building where the Robbed and Left To Roast.Stenbenvm of Patrick Cook her brother
'Without any trouble developing. President Hoosevelt discharged without : I.'Ompa"T"e office are located. *. O. Nov. 29.-Edward that on An*;. 13, she died Pa'rfj
In leading up to his address "Shall courtmartlal, and In doing this I Coulter a teamster, wa attacked bad been Insured for 1500 tn facer)
'the United States Annex Cuba!" Mr. be punished Innocent men for the Dock Will Be Condemned on the. West Virginia side of fits sister. lie collected be tail
Tllliuaa criticised Mayor IHinne's ao crime of a few. In doing this he Portsmouth Nt II. Nor. It.- the Ohio river. by tramps, who took sacs on her policy after her o><
CloG la refusing to preside at the transcended the authority of the law, : From telegraphlo ont.r.eel,," his money stripped him of his eloch- and Mrs. Carey took up the Jesse
Oneetlag. I and he ought not to have done It." here. from the navy department at Inc and left him unconscJtros with the bouse. Thereupon Patrick CV-
-I have been told that I have been During Mr. Till man's speech a negro Washington, stopping all work on the his body lying aC'Oe.lhe still burning made hi. Insurance tn favor * ,f
aaubbed by the mayor of this city,** : and a> Russian were arrested for old wooden dry dock It Is believed coals of a a.... He revived aafficlentlyto Carey and shortly thereafter *ns tj
w14 the senator. creating a disturbance In the gallery that this historic structure which has roll away from the fire, and en ill and died.

"1 never saw Mayor Dunne In my held some of the most famous fightIng gave a description of hi. assailants
life 1 did not ask him to be here Tells ef Destruction. ship of three American wars. Is 'who have not yet been apprehended.. Take Halifax Dock Yard
tonight to Introduce me to this audi I San Francisco Nov.James to be condemned The dock has Coulter cannot recover: Halifax. N. 8. NOT S9nounrement TICS.
....'. nor did 1 ask any one else to Donaell, a cones. planter who arrived been In acuSre service since ll&O and has been made .t
here oo the steamer San Joan from the vessels It has held aretheConstitution Canadian. wci: tree. 0'
do so If any one has been snubbed among Daughter Kills Mother and Self. government
It la these gracious ladlee .who planned Guatemala tells of the. destructionof the Keararge. and the Upper Sandoaky. O. Nov. 2>.- tbe Halifax dock yards oa Jasaary]
this Tutupec during a hurricane which Katoixh. The original cost of the from the British govramt'
meeting to secure money for the Coroner StuU ha* rendered verdict
D.labborlnJrI .
Chicago UaVoQ hospital, who requoet recently ravaged tae -dock was over half a million of dollars that the death. of Mr*. Henry H.... Is OB. of the anal step 'a ,v J.-
ed Mayor Dunne, lb. creature of a roast. Tutupee lies tn aa out of la tbe pest two years. over man and her daughter Mary was a of tae Mrttisn government tithe I"
|tUcl! hour to come forward and the way part of Tehanatepea and Its flOO.OOO has been expeaded In ..- case of murder and eulelee. UoJ' defenses. and military "p. .
his population amounts to l.OOO. When I successful efforts to make tae tas-: d
add mlte> It serviceable the daughter tined her mother and of the colonies Into
"I have been advertised to disease. the hurricane was at Its height the and there Is understood to be herself with morpatae. It was art. colonial government Can 5 '
the annexation of Cuba.** announced town waa Inundated. by a rise lathe official oppoattlea to spend' any more bettered that the two women had been to keep np the efficiency cf -"S
river on which It U situated- and ""' t I.
Mr. TlUmaa. "but la view of tbe money oa it. asphyxiated escaping gas ta their meat: and to allow' Ue c*=
race bat I cwld sot. discuss that .\r.. all of the bulldlag were washed home. tae yards for coaling sad. r--: ,= 's. s

24'd without dtkcvMtnc the ..... tiue.tiess .* away. .The Inhabitants soitgat refuge .. II 2* Person- Lest with Ship. -- -- - tae admiralty la tae ever", cT 'a.::' a.
,,... of .
ta bat thecn
many were rdock.
I. am gulag to go at the matter \VUrtoa. Ontario Nov. ".-Theeoaatlag Organization Is Completed other emergency may a '
.......r and tones straightforward,'.W&J' darlag the atgbt The ,. eieaar J. It. Joa.. owaed Plttsbarg. NOT. n.-It .was aa- .. Tae dock- >ari -
like a ID... Therefore. I ....1 dle- news. Kit far received from the scene by the Crawford Tag contpaay. a local aovaced here. Tuesday algal that. tae clad. ** several wharves *' c
,; ',; from aa Americas staaatMUai. Owlac . aa regard' >*** of. Hfe. bet ( "".r. and aft hands .were .... The company, which 1* to be located la
Is kaow last fully 10 people were 'I New Destroys R. R, Dex'
V> my experteace .. ita the Q.*.* crew ceaatirted of 22. all from \VUrtea. \ York city bad bee computed.
the .. dro...!. Nearly aQ of the tnttM- Tae board ef director eI...... O Nov : >
lion and dttt. t *n.4y. I bare a4 tae aamber of pesseagmi Is Inctade Cha.*. '
made of II. I ......,. t. am netter QUtfted lag la tae town were swept away by **Ua ate4 at 1C. Part' ef the cabtap M, BcJkwab. former president of tae baste.' oart at mlilsir*

taaa any utter aaa ta AtaerV* tae f1uo)4. ---- - I a Bfosoat sad two *nfct. *.Un.d bodies Vatted 8tata Steel rot arstloa. Tae Pahae. ,IegrM. led B&. :T'- '
to diecuea W. qveetlea I.. .... win CKHeten cn.a.aft.*. :I have been. Neal by la4lasrs e* the casual a4 sarpftr" ef tae eompasty Is. IAdgbl ...a... items = J ,

to base 1U7 appeal oa faefcs. -sum ..1 I lletasa. )I.... Nor. t 43over erTeote sects abets ef tae Garttt.* keUsMts.IWt t.lde.004. The total saeecrtptlositor >ie4gta t shag ..... au ',
.MWhile ..... eoeeA6tas a
the stock when sees .
t.aeorte has se eefej 34 U* )I..... Cwe ; are aww eatao. .Jag toe ewr iieee offered was .more
the I t I mess taaa IS..*..NO. Tb'
dtscwaaUvt .
t aadGermany wt ehage. .
, had of treat TrUtt da ,.. e, W. -
.... .r1
f .rrsMNsr'r ooaststaMom. .
amendment of tae weea
U. U-..... to Ofcrutea Ibis eraleerMeausta t i ,..
st..e.eghase Leeee fSO.OOO ItF Fir -
a. dX ar >4 gate the necv every -
weh wttt be
laaaehed atNew Owe tW.OOO.KO.
right that a ...... mac aa4. ae was News em Dee, t.Or .. I I TMrmeagaam. ..1.1&n..* R.ea4w4. by S ,-.1. j7besse
pert enfa. Nev. n.-A mesaer.ji4mmsa
Xatemap4ed> ..vm1 ,.... s>y ea-e el. ., la XorrUajavaee teiaOy dee tcrort lox' : -,tW.5
ilia 11st.oere. ...... Vea4 aUa: I ,snlMe4 .. the ReleUMt Tuesday tae TaesMtsa- ees4>d by Bel! A 1&,. t t".a
.10. al..t "........., *****! Dead P.rhhswksq 0.......".. *. I II 1 I ..*...< WMa MC1 siattoaeaaceraiag ers sad XXvsjfU. ..... svwleee met I' ,w. sf sides waswSip ak't' -
Boe.aa. slaw JtT* shows
I.-.Ioe. pebSe
lavaWhile p.efm... c:i .. .
na.a..U7.. Ms Ttttsuaa" ....s4 t.. low *.t ra&aatesr a Isw eT abovt ....... llssat Lassa a
tag 4.k+ .. tae laSWft.a; it34P.. .
a a w
t..p.fat at Caerteor 144 *.*. Css...als> Teeter, ef _
tote. t *.pr. and etc1Mared. I ham. u- B, .....***.... exame -press_ .eo.Ntd Oct 1. X *C. sat taust mere saw bees.. ill a V>- ee..r.ersa. o:. ..; 'ia L'-

.O: hat rout mevtfe. Ye drat ; i-a ...zrw: ** a***::**: sa.gtia- .&** eatf taut aacm ran spear .. IDs ........e egaft eeawsMuar..... wets. )threoxTa.. 4ssrfoantae.ew aa s,.,kl Ps'c'z: ..'.
|OM W fM A. H. C 91 \MalaC ia I u.e. drtye4 d* vt. I I I amy' tad. ...q. ., ..,....... t Tea-e-: :w '
lijht a+iaMia-

. .
(ill.._rrflJi: J 1J r-J1> c.- J,r"'J....... 'i' .. _.._


:, IfME


r\\ THE DAY Tell us how much Lard your -grocei .


Largest Number of Prizes of Any -- sells and we will tell you how (14.'

County at State Fair. ; UNION SERVICES AT tel
much indigestion is in

And Section Price, With Honor Divided t-'- neighborhood.

1 ( for Grand Championship With One of Most Impressive Services U

Glorious Succet of Commit Ever Held in Gainesville.
Lard is made from hog-fat and is bound will surely supplant lard for shortenint rib
plotter Calliaon and HI.Staff. Q Qvu

Covered with glory and ucees, as a DR. ANDREW SLEDD PREACHED to be greasy and indigestible-sometimes and frying purposes wherever its virtu?

reward for their untiring energy and absolutely unhealthy. There isn't an are known. Give your poor stomach
'faithfulness, Pair Commissioner N.. A. Hi* Subject Was Appropriate to the in Its basis is chance divorce:: yourself from lard ela
"OallUoo and hi. faithful corps of ...1.- Ocalon,and Listened to With Deep ounce of hog-fat Cottolene. Cottolcne. an

tant at the> State Fair, will return to Interest-SlnglnR' Was Excellent. just pure, refined Cotton seed oil which is use t.,.

their home victorious over the fact School Children Attended.The thoroughly digestible and healthful.Collolene is made by a cleanly,hygienic

that old Alaohoa carried everything by sanitary which insures its Ak
onion Thanksgiving service held purity .
rm'"hen the decision of the judgeswas ."
.. published Wednesday. Every ellicen at the Tabernacle Thursday wa by far The stomach.,of the average American It is, moreover, healthful,because its chi< $1 l

t of AJachoa county will naturallybe ever the most held Impressive In Gainesville.service of The the kind two has been subjected to lard-soaked food for iugredientis ahcalthf ul product. Itwillai; I..

wa proad awarded of the more fact that price this than county any o-nter section were completely', fill years simply because people have not rather than retard digestion. The hou_, .nepb

county la the State-three Individual' ed from the siege to the door by the known the dangers of the "lard habit. wife who pays any attention to hygienic
and teachers of the Graded and
price, the sectional price for middle pupil High School. Coliolcnc is so much superior to lard, both cooking will use
Florida, and divided even honor with
Polk for the grand championship prlxe The sermon wa prciaehed by Dr. as to the palatability of the food it pro- Cottolcne in place ?rsal

of $760, the judge being unable to Bledd, and he wa at hie beat. No daces and its healthful qualities, that it of lard every time.
more Impressive, no more beautiful
determine which of the counties' was s
sermon wa ever heard In Gainesville.
superior In the general exhibit three The popllsof thepobllc school attended COTTOLENE wa granted a GRAND PRIZE (highest
Of the flee price' awarded tttTHE
The In a body. .At precisely ten minute possible award) over all other cooking fats at the .
were for Individual display agricultural
the bed the to nine they begun filing Into the Tabernacle recent Louisiana Purchase Expoaition, and food cooked a.
display wa on
fi Around and for this a diploma and with military step and order. with COTTOLENE another GRAND PRIZE. ds1Y

sash premium' of $200 wa awarded.In lu lee than five minutes the entire .*//om. Hlf" a book of 300 cAo c. rwcipe.. fatry6y
live tock Alaenua had the entire four hundred and sixty were In their Mr*. Rorer, if your for a 3 cent clomp, if you. "
State badly beaten, receiving' a diploma place with not a breaker a particle of address Thm N K. Fairbardk Company, Cfucago r1, '

and $200. The same deoUlon' confusion. The order and precision A NEW FEATURE The patent Alr-tlght top on this pall U for
wa awarded In cotton the price be. of their movement showed' careful the purpose of k* plne COTTOLCNE clan, fresh and|
training.' If Mr. MoDeath and hl.teachers It also prevents it from absorbing .!! disagreeable odor of the
lag a diploma and $200. In all, the .
..-rT.ucIa .e fish, oil,'s .
are not proud .of those children
premium, Including' the eotlonal and 14lr
will and their' excellent, their admirable .
grand championship prize., aggregate
per the oBlolal premium list, behavior, they ought to be. The Gift from the Sunny SouthCharge Ytr
$1,470. Had It"not been for the U.w't.b city of Gainesville ought to be proud
of the showing the school made on
Polk on grand champion-
ehlp this amount would have been In- this ooa..lon-.nll how they .sang led I
by a part of the oholr of the Methodist -----
created fSTff. .
church Borne Idea of their bumber Against Payne.New I
The poople of Polk county should .
York. Nov 29 --Charge* that
feel under obligation to the untiring may be obtained from the feel that
Louie P Payne, when state superintendent !
work of I*. A, Kohl, their' commission the double line extended from the Insurance demanded $100- u'C
...r, who carried' the work through to school building. to the Tabernacle.A 000 from the Mutual Reserve Ute insurance Christmas
we said the eervleee throughoutwere u'D
perfection. Mr. Ilohl formerly re- company under threat of
elded In O.Inesvfle, and for ....r.t impressive, the singing beautiful showing: that the company was In-
year* wa nonneoted with the raeehan and the sermon aU d. We regret solvent, and that President FrederIck -
foal and .lty department o( The TBuo that there were cot more of our peopleout A. liurnnam had said that he b'sis
III friend. here will congratulate' him though the building wa* com fort- bad paid 'Air. Payn ItO.OOO were made

upon hi. .o.ct.... ably Oiled by Assistant District Attorney Nott .
worked .la the trial of n. I. Durnham, Jr. GoodsToys
If ever a Pair eommluloner
.. ... __ aL
> 90&.o.
hard for the *oo.eae of hi* county; Itwa
Oomml.IonlrO.m.on of Alaehoa, Tobacco, Gadsden. Tho Great Headache Cure
five stock Alaehoa.Kdueatlonal .
aDd the county ooramUsloners could S
"lIa' have made a wiser' selection. Ill work,hflaborough.
will record In connection Cotton, Alaehna.Tropleal Bromo-Pepsin
name go on
.'with thU project, and to him and hie fruits, Lee. / Dolls, Games: h

'eyst.tMtto.Qurte oar people will forever Poultry, Orange "fete the Wordo 1-.10." ..rII
'e.llndebt.ct. Everyone who vieIted Floriculture, IIIII.b rotlRh. Novelties Wholesale and Retail
,the big Pair and taw the Alafhuaouoty Horticulture, Baker. U U R E Q Heidiche. Indigestion Fancy -
be Native wood, Hernando.Minerals Insomnia lenoQSDW t
;k eihlblt pronounced to one
of the beet ever Installed at a State Hernando. On the 5pot. FIREWORKS solicit tie| patronage of the trade.DREW'S .
Fair ,In the South. Sugar vane, Orange. .54
The award announced by the jad... Preserved products. Manatee. Ko Opiates. Absolntelj Harmless.
'Vo..,..'* work, Illllsborougb.
follows ... aJtU
were a* All Dnurvuuv toe.tse sad
n Largess and best county display Best display of hay,Waahlncton. sue ..... av : BOOK STORES
Oltra*'frail., Lee Best display of ta".lta.V.I a. J. VT. XcCOLLUU A CO., l>rvnrlUOor.
Agricultural, Alaehoa. Largest and beet Industrial exhibit. .II:.Mats sad uaa. are Oela.e.tu., ria.
45.47-49 West St.
Vegetable, Lee. Doval. Biy

........ __.._....H________________ Best decorated' and arranged booth, w
the sectional prices for the banner To The Public:

oounty of .its section of the State
We have .e t
award were made a* follow.
a Middle Florida' Alaehua.West I am now the aoie proprietor of the
the eielaslve agency for the Florida Washington.
formerly operated by the Baird
Booth Florida, Polk. JORDAN & COMPAQ

that For the grand championship eoonty Hardware Company* and,will! continue
price, Alaeboa and Polk tledand the eaSt
POLISH the judge decided to divide the grand the boslnee at the same old stand All

; It Is price between them.FOOTBALL. INSURANCE
work will reeelve tny personal atteo ,


with It goes our guarantee that Ralph TKoma-Sustained- Droken Arm me. TII03. J. M'BVOr. Fire Life and Accident onmp..les.. .-: i//

I 1% will please or money refunded* From Th.d.?. 0.", .. -
---- --
Skeet Metal Worker and Plomber. --
-- A* a reeult of Thursday's football ,I'I'-' '' '''
Adds Ili.t game. Ralph Thomas, sow of Dr. and P. 8.1 I refer to my former employ.umcxnoH *

and l.athrL Mr.T. F. Taoma, austalned a brokenarm I -,..

_.. . Ilf is
------ ----- -- ------ -- -----
The young man wa* taken to hi You Are Insured.
home and Dr.J. II.Colon summoned.- i \ .
M tense etees eP wsew to
when the wooaded" member wa properly ..= %Nt veer wee.*J-..tae atem -l i ;
..,... ......... .... \
L flah4 l eel, and tn. young man U reeling ......tbs a taw U..-mu.e J. T, WlOeS I. a s1".... e1 ..M. (Ate !. a Gompeay that I* Bvepooalbl, Hare a Policy C+rr+rC 1
cowls easily a* eotttd be expected' ....c..n. sc.aa.".....Hei ta..n N rt..sins.rnr Written With Liberality of JPoltey Coatraet and tke Coe ye-e 1
FwFanJtu. under. the clreamtan. Araraw.e....n.rr'it eI Per'eset to _t Pay Loseee Promptly
Fiaao, .. PUt r.., Metals Young Taomae ws playing right : "AY#. Alrweer AA I'' tw Ititrtr.wr.eve'TkD arq
Hardwood Floor and all Hlc'ty r.4- halt bat oo the University seem. _---....eM. ran 4N You Are Assured
1ab.d Woodwesk3R.enomSakheAlan : Tnle aeetdent.. wa thoeJy naUfertnne s
toad Stalna. CeA.DI..s Pvitsb. to mar the pleasure of the game, and Stanton Foundry & Ma- 4S
1 ea Tbefoa C bJ.* friend, of the yooag man sympathies, Tfcal SM eetUoa...eau oreroome you witaxMt yea Ute***

- -- _. -- with aim. chine Co.. inc. refojr* h

Step In and let show how THere t* Ne ReoAMTfcy M
0a you PALATKA. -t-- FLORIDA.
.baby elMMVI be t.... and Fire [Life Accident and Health Insnraca k
...'.. yo
t; II doe the work-then bay fretful deriafftfce Ukl. W04'tae.,. -N...'......... et- e t ..k

we know. the sense.f thin, eiekly bUe U le, 1m :ui Brrss Cisliaji ud ICnti 1uJ. t JC se bat 1C.I shit. eo.u....... z..,...........
*>*t.rel Ibis a healthy baby shield b*
1 fat and step welt It poor baby dare Bin. PiwyUiii CuttJ&s, t,

[ Galccsiillc Furniture Comp'j) peel retain Its feed, *j with *4te ...t stk.. ......... tsit ..A. 2\Z C"USEIVJ.A.N: : : t
11pdrs.I .
fieleeeillfe rta.
Tke Only Eu 1.! ...,. F."" Met\.,.try'l s.**. nM Mtole yen.r will Wkheti sacs..eer.e. ro-, CJ JIT"!! VS RT X".A.ox. 1 r laf *mC*+ ....ertaUy t' ...w..L OwLUnEffVlLl. JTX" 4.e

.a It-. City baby ..... .....\ .... ..+agh as sl<" a.,1Itrahi I '*w-.....--.. .....-.... ... ......
i tlrJ Vf M .I......... *.*

dd w


-- - _..._-..._--- ------ --- ..



; -- Portable, Outfits a Srt' lah7. Writer
e (. at of Southern Railway His Sugar Cane, Bean and Corn for Catalogue.

Rear-End Collision. ThanksgivingTurkey t I Crops Were :Burned. '-.W Bold on Easy Terms. Corner Ward
J od in and Jefferfton Streets.


Moil Widely Known and Mr. Jackson Waa Not Home at Time
4 p M
cornp.t.nt Railroad Officials : Fire Was Discovered. But Plucky Lit-

rest Built the Sou.. I tie Wife
U.It.d StatU. and Help From the .
Standard. Roaster Netghoors Who Fought
UP to a HI. Bravely.

Nov. 20.-Pre"ldenpptllcer Thursday was not a very happy
? ,of the Southern Bails Thanksgiving" for Areh. L. Jackson,

killed this morning In a who resides A short dUtance southeast ,

:tnh !Grp oceured at Lawyer eleven"iik ALUMINUM of the city, where he conducts a proItabln -

of Lyncbborg. At the farm, because of the fact that -:

annie Clm e.of the Southern Railway orRUSSIAN Ire has deva tated a portion of his .a.

tfoe,ag I .tstennent was I.aaed IROHVJust farm and burned his products and FO"Cn S.A..XLCN"GB E.A..Oa: 'W'B1ICK k

hero Railway passenger train fences, resulting In a loss of months DJTW&ICNJaclcson.ville : ,

=Tkf Washington last night for of energy and toll and nearly a thousand and New York t 4'

-ityIII .,\\1Ye. Owing to the congested dollars in ca.h. Calling at CHARLESTON S. 0., both waya.
7tnfie.at6:30a. m.. at Laws the thing you need. At a late hour Wednesday afternoon

of the road Ore was discovered In Mr.
portion Jackion'a
fl.. OD The Finest Steamships la the CoaatwUo Service
ray the block system. the field In close proximity to his home.

.,*.M stopped for alight repair to At Mr Jackson was not at home but his Clyde New England and Southern Linoa ,

train No. 87 good wife with "wonderful ;
: .splt'R t Freight Service Between" JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
tfIIP a+DI* So. 83. and being given mounted a horse and spread the alarm PilOVIDKNCE and All Eastern Point,

."'oek, ran Into the rear of No. but In the meantime, on account of Calling at Charleston both way.

iwaltieg In the serious wreck. the dry weather and the fast that the .
colllalen was due were tbe fire -E3Lewis'
the crops dry spread
indicate In BAIRDHardware I rapidy. Southbound...............................From Wharf. Becton
M srHgenee! of the operator and when aislstanee reached the Northbound.. ... ...... ...... From Footof Catherine .'..JaokaonvilleClvdo $ -
UNo. 87 to paaa the block. scene the flames had gained such head. ,
tit Spencer and a party of way that .It was impossible to check -

It were in the officer'. car at the Go's.Plione them and It was only with the mot

r III!'0. 33.Spencer's. heroic effort that the borne was saved. St. Johns Favor Line
Burned. 7. Those who visited the scene state
Body B. 'We.n JjtOKooIvl a
sand >t\ANI"OHD +
that Mr. Jackson lost about
an acre
fftlid'lI'z:1peDet"r': body was burned and a half of sugar cane, and aboust..n".fhe Stopping at Palatka" Astor, Ilereaford (DeLandand Intermediate Landings '
rtefgnition. Philip Sehoylar on 8t. Johns River
acres of bears and corn.

ill,..*York killed,of at Mr.was Speneer'a Mr. Spencer'spateher party. BOBBITT'S MILL AT which wa dry In the field and ready Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DE BARY""
trio D. W. Davis harvesting.The Are appointed to sail aa follows Leave Jackaonvllle, dally except
farm is located] near the railroad Iteturntng, leave
.1'nsedris and Engineer Terry tianfurd. daily eieept -
MICANOPY BURNED and It was said that the Ore orlR.In.t..d Huudaya, at OtSO a. m.
llr. Rpeoeer'a private leeret.r7.ImlU. . . .. ..____. ___
-- ' -- --- -
from the sparks of passing loeomotlve. -- -- -- -
, ODe man not yet IdeotU a ....dud a: --b'.Ua'u' .r-hwtat.+.......--
H. H.... .
t wu also killed. Eight negroes: Immense Building With All Friends of Mr. Jackson Leave 8iaopm...... .............Jacksonville. . . .... ... ...Arrive :7iw" ana
i lijared)! one probably fatally. deeply aympathiie 8s4Apm ... ........... ......PalatkaBjOOvm. .. ... . ............ .,. HK pnti8O
Speocer'a private coach was Contents, is Now in Ashes. with him In this loss. .......... . .... .. . Aator .... . ..... .... .... pnx
.. ............Verraford (DeLand) ........... .. IsOOpm
v1}burred. Tbe party was on a CURE CATARHH NOW. Arrlveet80am,......... ... ....... Ban ford .... . ........... .. B.80 ana
strip South. THE LOSS WAS HEAVY 10 IOU a,!,. : ".!... : : :.:.:.Enterprise._ I .,,.....:.!_ !.l." 101<10 alia

Do Not Walt Until inter or Disease PAHS.ANUTIOKET_ . O FFiOI_ 0rVl! .Y .,JACKBONV1LUKF t

BlQ FIRE AT NEWBERRY. The Plant Was a Combination Saw Will Become Chronic. ,M. IRONMONUUl... A.'.0......... A.".. tft We.'hap
Mill. Grist Mill and Basket and Crate W. 0..CuOl'ltH,Jr.rr.l4tfe% Aa..,. 0.1'. f u4klA..a.i.tal..d.a..
Cottages Belonging to Atlantic Many people In Gainesville b. root of noc..street. Js.h Miin..tna.
Factory-Gainesville and Gulf Depot are ...O." 'OERTY.Oe.. Jtae'a l>_Aa..MH.v Yoth. UL.V LJh 1t.NR.aea.lvt.Agl.W.wYotM:
Coast Line Burned Thuradav.ItWt ginning to cough and hack with the THEO. O. Iu IER, VUe-Preaidant. and General Manager.OsaersJ .

arriving In this city from Had Narrow Eacape. fall symptoms nf dliagreoable and of. Cffi I"I4Ir M Norta IU..,. Hr.....M Itro.-Swa,. Hew Verti

One of the most disastrous fires 'eoilve catarrh. The tongue coated .... .
> ------- ------------------ -
brrj aerioaaInduration
Thursday a
report 10 the morning and they do not sleep.
which has visited Micanopy since the

I o'clock which on occurred the morning In thatKitt of big Benjamin conflagration started at well at night on account of the disagrerable Take The Atlantic Coast Line

d.,. fire cottages belonging to 11 o'clock Thursday morning:, with the tickling and dropping at the
result that the immense Dobbit mill, back of the thruat aa a result of catarrh .
MitUatle Com Line and occupied I FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
Before the disease becomes
employ! of that one of the largest In the county, now
soasomed.'I.itkitasding. system having lies in ashes, the mill with all contents chronic theyhouM' ,... llyomel and Via Via

and a quantity lumber having been get complete freedom from their' ca N orth.East.2 South r *o, W est

, red early that and the the fire citizens was destroyed. The loss It estimated, arrhal trouble. :: I : :'". O al..wr LJN Js.i'vate MYel.nrp/
If to treat. eatarrh "whent ,
TOO negleet
f'vt'' atroicalty will reach about $12.000. It ia not
I' will heonie so Qrmly rooted and

ail pvnff tf thEmesgained from rapid headway anranee.Th. Ilohbtt mill was an Immense deep-a...ted that It will bother you all Time Table In effect November SO, IfOtf
one cottage to another
winter and become: chronic and
m Itt had been laid In enterprise It was a combination saw may For OA.INF.ft\'ILf.JC
ashes. The almost Incurable. Depart_ ...... ._. Arrive J'r-ma.
m't of the cottages saved little and grist mill and crate factory, and -..r .
"hc".boIJ effects. employed a large number of hands,being The first d.,'. ore of Jlyomtl will 12,66 a m Oesla.L.esburg aid ,0patq

'ft,*kwi ft estimated at from $1.700 quite an Important""aenor In the show decided. Improvement In health Daily I 1:1": 1'.t..l.ur. I .Dally
and In a short time there will be no
I1JOO. It la not known whether comm rlla\ interests which of the town.received Further trouble, and you will be free i rW p rya \ Oeala t.e.abr"TaIaS.; .s. and I .t40p
The Information was Int.rm.dlat.l'oinl.
and and colds Daily IA Iio4ptm
from toughs
here by telephone at noon Thursday,
ran HIGHWAYMAN. states that the station of the Gainesville will not bother you during the winter. ..o p m JMUoU.m.. 1z r40 p mk
st nm.mberbat llyomel sold Ea.a and W..,
and Gulf railroad which la In an toa a In Noah Daily

a. loe I:'own Many Safes In Mon. close proximity to the mill caught der an absolute. guarantee that .It Costs iir00am JI a" Npr/ag.' Way.rwa. llavannsh. Rninawiek. 1stpra ; "
,,,. kY.
oal.. It J. MoCollum -
m County,>> Alabama. 0..., and It was only throughthe nothing ea Dally Albaey "IA."U l'ufaw Nor' ,h. East Weer t Dally
kit'VJtb: of Ac Co have told a great many --. ---.-. --.-- -.. ,, -
..eTJ most heroic( efforts the citlceos. t'
/wn to his credit and In the lack of adequate facilities, to Uom..ou'OII. everyone with their ----1 i I 10 401ni :
\\011 k': "f a stage ..... personal guarantee that 'It aa "n. the
save the building. Detl
S '.-. aaa the sheriff of friends: of fl F. Dobbit" d..p'mp.- log onle.s It ear., and they have seen Daily + "R: -... ..t..--.-f1ip1 .-.
10.r 10. la .tooklag for an unt !liN. wbb-h la so many remarkable evidences ef tb. r
thlxe with him In this r
i a ..
w bite man who madew curative powers of Iff ontel that they I
extremely serious at this time, as It Is Palatka D"J
felt at neatrtce and are very clad, to roatlnwe giving the f
and basket
Irv -. the Mat week. In the midst of the crate guarantee with .,.r, package _. .. -r .

.* Th.r.4ay night the A com pie t. llyomel oalfft' 4'fNt. .tot. InterahaageabU Mll. .Tkk...., good aver /HIsnU.. of-amoaitf' the-.H.eV
,,.at'' ;-..nlavOe and Xaahvllleipraua .00.CASTORIA n. itra boiI..lf needed. etat .''1st the $oaU .", mates, are .. ale try th. prlae4a1 ac.t.ta.Throoch .
------ -y-
oecapany, tile 8 Pullman al"|.r Port 'Tampa to ww York" vU AtljtalULla ,. stars wee. blown and ......_ fr.w, a.n. ....... .j alas via Atlanta ut W.. AM! tMnithern .. .,
uaj,,to taken For taut aa.t CfcilAre*. Kew y...... H", :,.. -Aa***", neal eevnplet' .. 'laformatUxi. call cm

5* '\,.a MUter safer was cuffed W. n....taj cba. tawi.rNuMrt I J. GOODWIN, Ticket Agent, Oaln.ayllU.'
+ tba Kid I Yw i Bin Ahfifs BM .., .
tma aad 8atvrdr A. "Agave a slier sous atssslel; I Add+Mi
,_ t a between the two ell la Jts.e. lied i .t........ i0..- I YJ4A1tif '.:J. BOYLJrTON IHe. Pa.., Airt. W. D >T4Itr.Trav. Pail. A,vt!
f st( nn't..... Sear the # itio at 111M tt**. f.>vr>K,. .< a a.flfleaatars 1.. W. Bay at A."'.. ".Ildl.... Ja.kM ....".. +,ia.
r. wiie ng re B1 t1lfWof It. ,..... mtby .... W. J, CKAIf. 1"e....frer Tram N''mr.gtoaN" O.
e salgl fr's
a' 1 "
ewe4ry.wee ... ...
wlln r.. (lanced P e* r Are
.t" as attlrt --- --- -- rra.kteM1 x . .. _. . ., .. ...
,. --
C' ) "., cep. .......'.. trwsn Stag 81ap
t : I QfJ'.....ef Moor** s........}.... Is flea**)..*. ..,..... last "kfee'.a r A...... wan ,
"C 'ri. e -*atir par la Narw..-Tsrrh.rwaasi Nov.tae f"4 tt.--rTkS swsttleasstt M .tra cuts"w""St 155. set LlVr OAn. prnKT GUlf RAILROAD CO.
,- ;arts r.yil.r DeerU rhea is. J.are oar ae.Pe ttrrstV
sad JdaII-
. I the etcstec
4eC 1M, ....... t a ... y.+ar. aael sec tnsatb. fed .rgeIsu ..
a. isssestt rp e rIs.t...arritRaN -- '.. ae ., Me eatear. . .
a ;.1"-. and i'neIal .as .. .. +1808' P..ba4.1. Z" ., April JB. 1101.
,... gird the r S.: ,0 r 1. Iti S.et5 e4U 1M warn .- .,, ' __. .' -' '
sass at 'WeIrIc .. :: ;; -----7.: ; 1 :; = = = 7we.
,' I" bees --'r--- '
sa .. ,. the ..rparrs o. waaa etM yap M... w.'*! M ....... .. teeanwk .gilts sad. tt...1 M stae . .. .. .Ll- w. '.. .
'_ lecaaa.s "'14s e1 .etllas..t !t tie '0 went. Ir P' ... Y tt N tai fctasi May -Cheer elrA TMiM 'e... .s
. a ed bRwesa ea&i.-r. ,f tM Sew Tart : ; L- .T: -'Y.RJ
... ; i" .... >twMd.r M teara. .. . a
.. aired CeMNI a4ttt .*. r eof the -.. - Amt rw. r .t Mw If .. ss AwI
'IIGO. aut.t ....... of n"t'sara was ... " OUrtf IM a TO 14" DAYS. .. .. t.e... .... Q" AAe. +rrA-
-. '- rs wpe e1oss. 'i'; I s w I. ...... .... LA ..r ... ., tA ..
r rat its .....,. Wot.-. .r.J .. .aNaM rBO> OWfTMKirT) .M *.*ra...... t. } e.r e 1 : 1#: e fir li .....-..- ..... i ..ff .y..a..'
ttr, v" ."It.r |* Wed. .4 a. a .r J oud-tat W tb..a.e. .eew eAlb. ..r. a_y **.* a.1.**.... ..... M..4. rw.e.} e* 4 a> aw e.w a ......ik....... : I .. r A. <. ,t. ....
.1It-, .. ..---.A Parts d4.ty .. .,.... 6tt' .... 01 a, .4 coals whteA ) s. U ... > )t>. J & ;>, a&M . .....; .. .. .. .... i .. : : f*
rig.e a daysN k-t
,' 1 aa.. ........ to as4 ar. eetrlyfaakma \. seas at t.a.u eII"- tag .r frvtrraiAfsie .... a. {; v e> sae a st ........... g yse r }lit ).. rr 7"'(.

:'fie 0. .. Wraails..tle.ev. ws.y ,.t....d .. I:' ; ,;- ...... .. ......... ....... ..;,;. .......... ....r"," ....
''- ... ... _._ AM... ... ....."....... f.. ..-. ... A.... ..m e4_._ '" It:a::.. .
; .... -n.o.s.r. - -- -- ".,. "'-"'- .. -"t: ... ........ ..... '.. Lw.t

r ........ n.otk ,- .. wlaa a hsga -N. ...&..C .15... Al.t.i. . ..::.. ;.L.. .... .-..-.... ........
e g pass' 4wa famRhaiai.l/ra.
-t a
II a .... "-. .& .. .
l. ...
'!'\e" gate Affairtm: .., P's.'tea. .. Ir....,. IN half. ..,v as. ,
.J 1m. lUe tats ... mM Ik 1.... rtc t sad Msa.taateeee w
SL's' a e tblrat hjck: sad .. ..... \all If 11M .......
"a Dressing' taSlfl.l+dre.a.. itmart THE SUN
'4a1 : ss$ t., S*tn 2.----e. fle+mdrld. iry s .. Advertise
o& 4 sad J ...-=:;::.w

-- .

L- ..... .
:nU'tP i7' " Vf iti ,!: r w... : : "\\O-... ..//It..t i.At. J'.l S ,: .. .: .,"'.a"u ,;.-::. S :ciin AI-_ _= .__, ' .: '..." .



_ -. ---- ---- --- -'- --


Nozley'sLennon HI0gln, Hilton and Atwell Not To C* V. The Aversion which
.. many people
ATLANTIC COAST LINE!! Prosecuted. have toward ordinary oil heaters
Peutacola. Fla Nov 29.-After.
ElixirTHE largely due to the smoke and smell
a lapse of two day, during wnicta characteristic of the old-fashioned so
time other case were heard the P. oil
Krs. Carrie D. Mallard Asks EOT ._ ' BEST K. Court Tuesday resumed tbe consideration burner. The removal of these ob.

$50,000 For Husband's Death. FAMILY MEDICINE of peonage' cases, and toleenral 1 jectionable: features and the perfectingof

For Con.Upetloa. BlUo..neMo Iii.dlgestlou conspiracy Indictment against all mechanical parts combined'with

Sour ato-a. Colic. W H. Haarlana. G. W. Lamata beauty of design and skilled work.
WAS RAILROAD ENGINEER nttsioeas, headache and asytbingcaused Robert Gallagher Oscar fiandor, E. manship have made the
by a d18Ol'4ere4 biter.a.n.oee. .
Newlander. Archie Belylicger. harry !
nd Met His Death While Discharging 0
lialveraon.V \V E. Grace C. C. PERFECTIONon
His Duties In That, Capacity On a That Drowsy F..Ung"by Hilton, S. R. Huggin and John At-

Train' of Defendant Company-Eminent puttieg tour clpfttlYC organs, well, for alleged conspiracy to, commlt -
to wMk" lauculnc your appetite HeaterEquipped
Lawyer Employed. and, I. (act. makta you led ilk..a.vxw peonage was called
". .rf.4.t(." The district attorney announced
,: The en Urn day of the olrcol& ooortHittrsday 11041. mall .,.oo par a..". that the government would 'not proceed ( \\ltb Smokeless Dente)

vra* spent In hearing testl. at alt Drag ..,._.. against Hilton, Muggins and At- vastly superior to all others. Cannot

|:moos In the case of Carrie I). Mallard 0,.. D... c.,..,,..... well. and anorder of severance. was smoke or smell. Wick cannot be

hr.. the Atlantis Coast'' 'Line Railroad j I eptered. turned too high or too low. Brass

f Com >any, trespass on..>.h_ case. dam Manager llarlan.. of the Jackson afcclt oil fount beautifully) embossed. Holds
l-.ft. 60,000. Lumber company, bad already been' four quarts of oil and burns nine

J A This suit, which Is one of the most convicted upon this charge, and counsel hours. Light and
WILL PLOW OCONEE RIVER. portable ; easily
entered a plea of abatement, but
f i Important civil actions brought In this the I carried about. Warms cold rooms and
demurred the
prosecution on
;'court for ..".r..r., Is to recover -
heats Two
II. Dublin Citizens form a Company to ground that It "was an entirely different ..a... water quickly. finishes
ofVr .
damages upon the death "'.
Put Steamers on River. e..o. and the demurrer wae su ataln -nickdandJapan. Every heater war
;(Mallard, husband of the plaintiff who Dublin. ,Oa. Nor 30.A company d. The Jury was then selected ranted. If you cannot get heater or l

was killed open a train of the defend l Is. being organized In thla city. add testimony began Wednesday. information from your
i ant corn pan v while In the discharge of dealer write
constructing to
for the purpote: of one or our
his duties as engineer. ntqre steamers,for use on tbe Oconee nearest agency for descriptive
,},' AU-orDeJ.rW. W. Hampton of this river All of the stock except about = There's No U....] tll circular.

:city, and A. II. King nf Jacksonville 11,200 has bren' raised and Oils will Talking you can't beat Herblne for

;,s are representing the plaintiff while ba secured during the next few day. the liver. The greatest regulator ever THE.Rao: lAMP

Attorney II. A. Burford of Ocala 8yd A. soon aa the lumber can be sawed offered to suffering humanity. If you ia an

I L. Carter and O. R. Layton of Galne work will commence on the steamer. suffer from liver complaint If yon areblllftoa ornament -

t' vllle. appear for the defense. tn the nieantltna a boat will be and fretful, It's your liver, and to every room and 1*

The ease, which occupied tbe entire leased for use until the new boat Heroine will put It In Its proper con the best lamp for all-round

tlay Thursday, will b. taken up again can be completed and ready for work dltion. A positive core for constipation household ue. Perfectly constructed; absolutely safe ;

'r this morning. Messrs. J. Kv Smith Jr. O, o. biliousness, dyspepsia,and all Ills unexcelled, In light-giving power. Made of brass

--- ---- parks, Jackson Stores, D ran don St.iJreycr due to a torpid liver. Try a bottle and throughout and nickel-plated. Every lamp warranted.If .
Orr-8mltn not at your dealer' write to our nearest agency.
r( No Case of Pneumonia on Record. you will never use anything else. Sold
W. W. Ward are the principal stockholders STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Incorporate
;' We do not know of a tingle' Instance by W. M. Johnson.

where a ooogh or cold resulted In

consumption when Folf Olood. Project>> Submitted -
pneutAunla or A Year pf to People. --- - -
*e Honey and Tar had been takeu. The,year 1D03 will long be rememb > Berlin, Nov. 29.-The senate of yap GvAHAir.. President II. E. TAYLOR. Cn.hier(

It cures coughs and colds perfectly, ,red In the home of I... N. Taeket of Bremen Wednesday submitted to the OBO.' W. Urns Vlee-Presldent LEE GRAHAM. As"t. Cashier
,, do take ehaaoea with people a project for addition to thn
eo not some un .
Alliance ..rof blood whichflowed
Ky., a* a ,
known preparation which may contain copiously from Mr. Tacktt'a harbor facilities Involving an .outlay -

.!''ftlats, which cause conlulDp..lonoftdllnn a lungs that death seemed very near.He of 4(00,000. THE FIRST NATIONAL BAffl

that retards from
recovery writes "Severe bleeding from -----

: "old. Ask for Foley'e Honey and Tar I'the lungs and a frightful cough had WASHING WITHOUT WATER oar G- A TTSnElS JLTiTiS3: ,

and refuse any substitute offered. J. 'brought ntM at death' door when I

;;',. JW. McCollum, &Co. berate taking Dr. King's New Di cov> I. LJfc. T.,last .. a.t Hid of DakdrvflKboat THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA CO
\ -- ------ -- \\' llrrplfia
ery-for Consumption with the aston
Pound Dead In Lumber Yard. Did you -ever see any one trying to Capital: . . . . .'. _ . . . .$60,000 00
Ithlng result that after taking four wash it. jns.lve without soap or '
Now Orleans Nor 29.-THe death bottles I war completely restored, and water? Surplus and' Undivided Profits. . 30.000 00
body of a man believed to be James If you did what woulj you .eay of
time has permanently .
IMvenport, of Cincinnati" 0. was proven him! Does eat h"eI7 a Making b..D_.with facilities equal %o any bank la lha Si.t. So.t lba
oured." Guaranteed for sore lungs It I Ie every bit as foolish to try \,. ft aooounta of' rarmera.UorehaDM.. Corporation*.e.e. Iov reiu allowedtov .
found la a lumber yard here. Papers coughs and colds, at all drug stores rid of Dandruff ana la prevent llUtt sveoial. _"alICe.*.* AU"..aDe_transacted promptly
and an acldent Insurance policy foundon ness by rtllnBth germs which cause II.E.TAYLOR,Cashier
the body bore the name of "Jam*** Price, fOo and. $1. Trial bottle free. It. with Cantbrartde, Vn.clln .. Oly *rtn -
M --- --- ---- anJ similar .aubstaro whf fji form
: Dayenp(ort. Cincinnati O. The ror- Four Men Ourned to Death. ib. principal tnsrotilenta of Aneat ..,-
tliQar; rendered a verdict declaring apoplexy rolled lisle VI form. 4
to be the cause of death. 8t. Ix>uU. Nov. 29.-Four men. NewbrO'a tlcrptcM ts su-osssful loau ' ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
were burned to death and probably *. It attacks and kills taut pnrsltigvrm
35 "were Injured tn a lire early on wKI h fells on the hal" roots.It .
Oe CharitableTo !. the oPi glnal end ontT genuine
Wednesday that practically destroyed
artrrntri4.. manufactured.Bold . (XXLooX"porated1:
( your, as well as to yourself. the Ugtithouse hotel, conducted by by tmrtlnr drug tltta 8..n"0cL In
':You need not suffer from pains of any the Salvation Army. at the northwest stamps Detroit for Mich.sample to The II.rpl<'IJ. Co. E. E. VOYLE. MGOR.

sort- horses need not suffer. Try corner of Ninth and Market
your Abstracts of Title and full Information furnished land la ttteounty
J. tI. nodlford A C... Special Agent
More than 200 men
streets were
bottle of palUrd'e Snow: Liniment. thirty ant
a Our manager ha. lived In this eoontr year
asleep In tbe building when the Are --- - -- - - - -- ,
'1.. I too,.. all paina. J. M. Roberts Ha. la thoroughly conversant with land titles.
ketafleld Mo., writes i "I have utedITPJf "was discovered the greater number NOTICK or XrfUCATioN yon TAX
and third floors DEED UNDER I SECTION! or
being on too second s CUAPTEKIA
Liniment for ten and It
years f\nd\ became and before 4M1", WH or rtomiiA.Node .
All panic-stricken
,",,U be the best I have ever aced for manor IEL IE. V O 2T"Ijjm
the firemen arrtveS and _. ,
beast." Bold by W. M.Johoton. l>ur..lkaiier ol Tax ".Ullloa' No. TM. .l.t.
net, many had jumped from the upper .d the ate ...r of .I.t). A. u. Roil. bM etoxiMkU FIRM. ACCIDENT RpROLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE Benr
window and were picked ertin. l. In my office. a" barn of (
up number American and
aerating k prominent English eotnpanei
IBM* .t(>t>OB,l Oldest Baptist Clergyman Dead. crushed and unconscious<" on the street .+. with law Said"HUll.awo embra.s REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANH

Cambridge. )1..... Nov, X .--Her. pavement below. The four dead have Ataebeaeo.ntr tho roUowIn itMertb, Horkl** tooth roMrtv alluded to c .r.1 'rt po---.t.LJ..o: a a B""LorLd.o:

William Howe, a, oententarlan. and not been Identified as their bodies K*-S of Ne ... of Hw 1-4 also tximmerwie In .
!: te old..t'Uaptlat clergyman In tbe were burned to a erlsp ...'" of tioUon_ ms K.rod. *. M 10 1"Nt.. W.
-f. sad N h> rvd. b_. ".Tn. *. s H. Si-isMkM
world,,. died today at b.. homo la s.rel. PERRY H. COLSON, Prcs.: J. W. BLARDIHC, Vice-Pres. B. R. COLSOK, Sc.r .
tola city ". tend bln. > itM,>d .|the dlot ofth.laavano.
Always Was Sick. I I such ClflutSea' ia the tumeof
C. tUabw*. / '
When a man says be always was sick, eertlOesta b AX.AOECTTA COUNTY
:"'w- araI
thai lasted all ": law, tag deed w thereon .
troubled with a cough --- -- ---------- -
I Ik. alas day of ll..eeber. A. I*. lw..
winter what would you think If he I W"._ rat ..m |jU .tsetse* and seal tills
i :: la. ants dajr of No mbwr. A. IV .... ABSTRACT COMPANY
should say he never was sick since I H. It \WlKMUr.
tiling 11aU."" '* Horehoond Syrup* let Clerk Cumuli four Alaia. .a Co-.Aa.
----- ------ --- -
Sash a man exists. Mr.. J. O Ol.rk.n.n..r. l co urn a AT r..
-- --- -- --- -- -- -
Colorado writes 'Fo/ yearsI
G-r,3.-i.oe-v'i'Llo B'1iy.
e .
was troubled with a sever ,

sough thai would last all win ItIhTISttl1AC'ir.tLLr

,.,. This cough left m. In a 'The Title la the First Consideration*' '
miserable cemtltlon. I tried Dallsrd's \Y> do an exclusive Abstract business with! f.cHitie for Imparting i
L INFORMATION concerning tbe Title to any and all lands in AUch.. < :fALL
horehound Syrup and have not had a ItEI'\UF.U
sick day .1..".. That* what It did fur IiUh1ESN TKAtS.CTEI

; ...** Bold b) 11'. )I. Johnson. JtI'EnL ------ ---- --------------------- ------------- --

A caret'ul --- -- ; "
at**** ltEM1w3TEl1 ,
Threatened v""..tit Destruction.Orsir .
wife will always: .")0. N Y, Nov 34rs- noDrcrtittis4I n Iccop txupplicdwx' aa or lUll was s.rto..iy. taveeir a RUM rEnITr.

: hlf3 ed with 4Mr et.oei Tnewlay ata't to

BALLARDSSNOW a fi>r... .r.. wfcscifc ..... over O pp.'r ....

IMuff. A t9ftmuki9 ef.sage t.. \-e: Typewriter

> wtad IiIow..w. tnreed tl.e ...... t taa.tb.e WE CAN HELP YOU

talvanl.s a.4 they. .H"e.BI -

LINIMENT ly ....4a).4 *y UM .-..... effort; urrAUl:. ': .&a xeR1l.rDUCD
of a tr** tepee .C .... cata-eVext. from i I
A Positive Cure TorRNeumattsan tAe several Me ....... wets setreaed.a P aeikTL3CITIT TilE MEyITXACI11AE

Cut. OU fevrtpratae. *-. I tte. JIft..*..,.s <*... Copper I I 05 THE AA1 gla'i

Wound. $till Jotats. tttaft I* o. 1M ****** ofV.. Bwtta -
Cera*, UtMskm* seal aU 1ft*. ",. lets *volt, a cueeta of UM J.r...s4deal. i Has Tabula
UUlVr 5AL nrTDOAfiD ox :
sun KNOWS.Mr it ._ ._ I Everytacbila"
THE SUN. Galneitilie, Fl*.
*. C H. Ilurgpon. 61..t*.* ,. a""U'.h Liver m. Foe t. AmbUUw.Uk .
brrnr. Mo. wettest I... -
....,;..J tlOOw Un/mve ta4Mn'taax YOY rennet ......" v.ry mesh -. --- --- --. .- - '- --- - -- 1

enough far It. foe If yorHv.r I* taw"* a. you feeldaU Llgktat. Saint Ugftteet Ruaalagl The

the 11M.rul and all'lIo1o.. It.. to t. goer eyes are fseavy sad sh. .htesertlo BROWN HOUSE c.*-_ Speed" Writer of the Wand

have lit the bona.." esKantts yo.. OHs Lai.. 0. ta. Iray-Ehole.. Mor Fay-Mwlee la

Thins Stag ZSc. SOc. 1.00 lire Fr."lt tfyref* '**. liver BARBER SHOP SM. Is- Osla.svtiU taaa say other .MikIs>..
>*d bowel a*>4 make y" feel bright

Ballard) Snow Udmeat Co ka4. a.tlv*. ore..O LasatlveFralt l&y tAitl1L tT I"rAir Yve,..

ST. LOUIS MOt rep do. wet ..*.eat. o* trip sad IssiU !! TsraMst -.rl oI as. ilr.b e........ For Solo by.. .

..4 very *l.*sat Us tak. Oela ......... Ma..e. -1.1 4Me s/gss.4
le testate. .a.* .. thee r. Ue M .*. ......... ... eer THE SUM GifnesYille Fla.i i
;' Sold and ecomtofodend: by ........
dlaary ewtfcartt**. Refa a ObslttsI.s! A...............ta.sewee......... $
W. .. JOUXMUI Uat.NU'. J. \1'. McOolIaa A 41a.
..... .

-t- -. :- c .,, _+h

.--,.-. .-.-",. ...-

.. .r


-- -- --
-- --- -- -t
.. 1T OUTSHINES ITSELF Had Matches In Hla Pocket.

u.oekoeSia Dalton. Ga. Nor. 28.-Henry i
i; } C Tbe Sun la indebted: to Its .eontem.porariea Guess was burned to death by his i
many complimentary notices clothing becoming ignited by matches

N-M;;;;; .. fdsis VU1s.Wl&. but Clever' haa such notice appeared In hIs pocket, at the home of Joe

M-0t.n natter. in the State press that was IlagsJale The body was carried to 1 r

> .. lwf awl p 1bUsher. more appreciated than the foilqwing the cemetery near! Marietta: "where It "N'UBLA.CK' "
L; g
..air IDdltor.g of The Tribune and fc .ln ha.e been alone lu the house when the accident

rtBVETZ Intimate personal friends 1 from boyhood occurred Loaded
Black! Powder Shells
atT t?. .RootCompoatngUoome.fig and It makes. the ,latter' heart
glad to have his friend ,peak a* he Famous Strike' Breakers

; rORTER ayttTK.'rr ..OCKreoir.{}. doe'of the 'work In the. following line*t The mast Umona hike breakers In Shoot Strong and Evenly, i

v._greet, "Our contemporary, Th* GaD( nIlJe the land are Dr. King's New' Life. fills. Are Sure Fire

published ewtry morning Son la ever a welcome. visitor to the When liver and bowels go on strike ,

ta lbe C"y'We and brightens they qn.ckty: settle the. trouble ami Will Stand
T rdJ" oft aced State*,portagerule' sanctum things up in Reloading.
montl fixture. flne.shape but last week's Industrial the purifying work goes right on. Best

1i.Knt. b' five ektrictly In Edition quite take. .;in* shine out of cure for constipation headache and They Always Get The Game.

all its previous efforts because of its dlxsineta. 25j a. druggists' ,

lineN phenomenal. brlUianey. The Tribun.eonJlra'ol.'e. '
I.cen" a
post Editor Yellow Fever at Havana r ;r For Salo Everywhere.JUT ,
ceDta for eachaddlUonaJ McOreary mo..thflaflU7
dos.nd S
Havana, Nov 23. -Two caws of ormeorA.nItB
upon the outcome of his splendid w
advertWng made known bn yellow fever have been reported In
.,tdjy energies. The Evening Star* and
tnia city and two .more were found
Morning Stan and all the Suns of the '
at Rodas Santa,Clara province, The
universe of should : 1 a 9 0.
Td.a.Week SOB U an tight-pege,forty. great paperdom total number of cases now la the
.tr published every Monday and look well to their scintillations of wit Island is 4'lne1..2.
? .
A. i iconum all the new of the and blazea of rhetoric If be keeps on

'1 iMUtcfree nL gate ,and to any general Frt of and the will United be this'way 299 Prisoners' Deported. H.F.DUTTON&CCLA

**C..d.,for i.oo a year-in advance. "And Alaehua (county how proud It ".arsa w. Russian Poland. NOT. :s. .

should be to be en well Illuminated by Political prisoner. to the numbor of

iOt rtUi bills become due after otherwise ant this resplendent orb. One sees deep 299 sentenced to deportation were 1,

d.d.erJaement, unless not known to u* I 1 I into the most hidden recessea of its deapatcned from here during the nighton A
I to contract: rartie* :s JSr
ble_ 10 Pafor advertising III ad. fertile secrets; and a wondrous tale a special train tor tHe northern

fie,,, THB DA1I.Y SUN.CAIMKSVtlXW of industrial growth and steady onward part of Kursla. '

KlA flight toward the aenitg!! of prosperity ---- ----- -AND DEALERS IN- n
Is told to those who read the

l!intuits bsvlng raised the coat of pages of this newspaper. Good luck araltk REVIVO

ttmlj 63 percent, are now take to it and to old Alaehua now and for- RESTORES VITALITY Sea* l Cot 6c. -

,nsteredit for raiting wages ten evermore. Amen." a J.II.. akDo ak

/att. Q "Made a
--- ..." .' ... .U ( .
WAGE EARNERS AND FARMERS '1' ba.kb1C b..t.* buy aa4 a ror(4ia n4 DooUe BsehaaceTbejeo
(.Biltid pencil' trust Is hitting back WellManTHE' .aiof b.akab akr.e rporaUo .fsmiers9reha.taii4othersreeelved
fraternity for knocking of Me." OD favorable term. 8estal f.niil**fo .alliac eotl*.U. a* oa kn
UOteJitoritl There is A new political mivemnt *0albte potatata,tI. Vatted ..a ...
ikf kTtneiofi the price of lewd pen 4Si.73l1LTproduce. _
underway that may In the near future
snack I' the trafHo wlll bear.ftottef x..E".L."C> :J::)
\ have a great effect on party politics.At .....
lln" ln SO.!.*.. It arts
the' late convention of the American powerfully and quickly.(Uwrc when othra rail.olil .
the! Republican leaden take Young mon ran regaia t.balr leek manhood.and '
Federation of Labor nine frat..rDal men may. rwcovrr their youthful vigor b7 GaLc..esvlle :F'lor. La. ,
gee petnmiitlo view of the political delegates from the; Farmer Union using, ltl rnovr Nervousness LOSS Vllllir Sexual ..
the - - -- -- -- --- - -
.bal how can they expect or the American Society of We.kiMH such u Lost pnw ..Wlltn Memory.
to to forever submit to being Wasting !.1..._....and .fT_...or lf'BbUM or
admitted and given the
Equity were eree.e and lni.lM-rU. which rants one for
sredbj their stand-pat plan of privileges of the floor. In addressee study.buvloeiM. or marrtair.4 l. not only cunt G. S. MERCHANTS CO.
by martin at the seat of clM>._.but!.a..... ,
if the trails.itMttion made by them they expressed the I nerveut.l' and blood bender, l>rln lnn
back the |>Hik gloves. rekiorlnrtbd Retailers and Jobbers la
hope that. the Society' of Equity might lire of you).. It w.rti.. off a"
[ that will be awaited with become. affiliated with the Labor organizations. p MM.

.treble Interest Is whether Presttlootereli . If it is possible' to join malt.*,..oJ t iwr can r be ka carried.or ml to*vest for tmckvt.&..OO.Vu sty Staple and Fancy Groceries
** rive tree advice and covaMl alt who wish I1
wilt endorse the trltaarrUrtt" .
these two organizations for common wUh ...._..._. ClrruUr frets Address
plan of Mrs. Parsons as purpose of defeating those who ROYAL MEDICINE CO.. MH.e BI4s. Chics**. Ilk.

elf si h* endorsed the political oppose tbe demsnds of the farmers For rale In Ualnesvllle' Florida, by Grain, Garden SlId and Fertilizers.

kef !berhotbsnd. and workingmen the roiolt will be to J 8 lit difor>> A Oo, DruggUt. SOUTH BIDE BQITAKE. I f I OAINE8V1LLX. ,LotUt)&.

-- entirely disrupt the Republican party, HlRhett market price paid for Chlsken Kegs and other PrudnN.
|fin. Grcnvenor is evidently deter- which la naturally opposed to what
i continue reminding President the workingmen and farmers are uniting A Complete stock of flay Corn,, Oat, rlour.-Mran: Meal, Dutton Heed *tes\,.
and Ky.. W* handle only the VKUY JJKHT goods at the LOW. t\\
>fU bat he has been repudiated"TU ::: to attain. The Republican leaders HEADACHE EST rniUKH. and guarantee satlafaetlon. alas(. ,

aDttunkful constituency and lawlotoamhlng have shown great hoillllty to the legislation __ .... s

"equally as Rood" ; that the American Federation _..,,.,.........bass a........r-stet..........
''WsBooaoers as his firm oonvlc- of Labor feels la necessary for the for h. ,..,.-'r.eve peen rd ..... ,..... rev SOUTHERNER All WAT"K
"".,...11 M h .se I.U.e ysrr C......... .,...
that It Is the duty of an American well-being of Its members, and the r.. he hss h-e.r bits. t;....--. ... k.. sweep bat
*pt say public office. the of Equity desires th. Yeats he. Thsy tie.Ca.esrets .
forms Society de etse ws.e.-ad t e 1. d.. twill
,...y.s .. ...... ........
-- are receiving no encouragement from pies yse .rt..1._ .... tie ."--Tb* eucelag ebedua masse.i are y..bll >*4 oaJr a*laf*.naailo* sad aN act*.araeTJ8 "
]&. demand .I..d..n. for ...... -- ". -
for to grant -- .
- -
tariff reform i.Is I. tM nepab1iean : -- r :::: :J% ::;:

*fc Rood many hairs gray on the them would directly Interfere* with the Oeal for ,wovsTlsuLavaalae un Mal/Iask1 I suave age wwrisxss .__ ....

.cabs Republican stand-pattera. special privileges: of the corportlons TM .... "
i.v Ja.kro.rtll Ie. ;: rep It:: Ta.p i.e. Jrsk.oartit.. '. ::: :: else
i ",lie the tariff would and trusts that are the chief reliances l.v Jesse.. Ms N.S .1 le. pLv
evidently I wvssestr_. ... .. ...o..h. It I.W. ArAh..w' ..... s' .....
tk*srty'> sod lose the of the Republican party for campaign II . M,1.My AC Attr.Ie. aria
campaign I Ar t=, .::::,:,,. 'new: Ny .: ::.: ArWp1.... ::: : t an.Ar .
iroQtioot from the tariff protected funds which alone keep that party 'In .....*-.-..V .. .u. lit Iraa 11.1,. Ar lantern. ..... ... .... tar syM.
tat hare been tbe breath of, Ar _... -- .- . ..... its .... MP AC t.ha/taeuyr. .. .. Me. ......
to lb. Repalhean leaders. To power.There are many Republican voter . I I Ar -:- =, 1M. Kfl t. -..... :::1: !;M'Lr +
... .... ,t ....
spcsiae; :) revision will force the who doubtless believe the reform Ar r C ---. ..... ,. .... ..... w c firs th:.. A ..My, n
....... .... .. it I ..... Ar r.. tt-
lied aid the ..0r'lngn..nand "' _..... Pabststt., hest,,l are ftfIoa flssdii. Ar . .. else
Democrats tbe legislation demanded by ..."rr''see. M..4" .. .441 5.. ... cw p.. ll I I l t:.. eke.
.." 1s deliate and .. . '" {.U(i.I I .A, .. t weAr
a should be granted, '+ '
en. farmer u..r..t! ..:: + r : rrR :. :li+ +.4Y i I t/.w41yell __ ..... .. 4U"', tIC it'' 1111', I.i. ter .shave .... tjd .h e..
here are Republican elected_to Congress .l.r'l"B*e.dyCS.ctteaC.0'H.V. MiASMUALS&LETCN _________.;__ _ ...... f 't

Asia.:sin Car Company, accord- and State .legislatures who prom- MtLUOII COXES I e.WiraN. Tw._ NMU.r eus. as, ..r.:. .- seat esE . t) ...M ti i=

I. at'*, *h!" records. found the ted to vote for soeh reform, but Investigation fA ..L.t..r.vMeLr . .. '" ",.. .
ri* @a"a: Ornate "too shows these are. bat a small It 1N. p '''rest
expensive" : .- ... .. . .
Pecc-: amendment to add the minority o'f those the Republican :: Ai*..ilsiiiAr .f.,.....
eC :ray tothe railroad rate .elected. law make,.. The great LAGRiPliE WMMvlp MMa* M1* .*,.>,*. OAr .,. .' .. .. n kf......
.. .... ...
: .... .. ,
:::J::.fc 1 g. The"tooezpenslve*' :majority are willing: followers of A*, UiiXlHJ Lei/.* s l Ar 11/letwa,
v; f L.j 8tate sometimes 'Speaker Csnnnn Inhl .nd.p.' poll. I : a M sae Mr Iletir.
.. . ., .
r s
': _
: '* s'vtntsg. of the people ales on labor legislation and revising Pneumonia follow L.. Grippebut r
:.: *.' ; f I KieelUat lH.lag Car tervn *>n AH.ft j" .. T i.z:
pus as a bribe wasSaal the tariff. never followe the wee off I Ii V .
ear 1 n.hT' .,....,. ,.. .u. sate
I to the oeeatlon. On tbe other hand, D.mfteraU. rep
.. ,......._ .. t
..r,1a' i:r Cis Pullman corporation rventtlv have shown every deatre till EVQ Honeyand N4. SeA New-Y:- --' .: IteWe" -t-P; ;. aMesese v.r
.. vote for the leg.11.I.Uoa i .... .... .i -*
and hare promised to ,. O Tar' .. ... n.a1 ......... ,s..C'.MeleNti esdsll..4ht..
demand by the worklnrt J.HPw.rtw. Ss'i
&:t'f I .a tsar to .. :: a1.. else ....... .--.- ........e "1
teased in pHee so rapid and farmer, for the pemoeratla party I ....s "alt Ue l_ --.t.- -- .. :: 'ir. .
inlt ) 'truary XI step the Cbfh nuMr ; ; .: rti..te.t: :t.. -r::: Ii'a Mz. .a 'sr e.eM t"sam.. tit offletala refused has no alliance with tbs corporations Pre-reota P.I....s (5roeamptls. : pva.,.. awe, ... 1--.... .. A .....fib ....-.s ...
It t plies offered The and trusts and no desire other ,. Prawa ..........., c. J- w I .......... MerSaew QII. vNbase.. M.JAS ........ .

ur:= i r Per, has been forced the greatest good to th. .,..,.a.I'I ....G.,....... .. m 0.we4 .... Cltasfa jlClt#., __ _

'...:... ) t. ('I. .rtdatyorcOp 4"re iit number, with ".-<|oa' rights 10 all evils. woe bad isgrtepeaad likes Mtr j PWP.......Jf. Wt.Ml'ss.e.... laces. Ida Wee4..... ....."............ yls
: 'r-"r MIl .." Wish. a ,. .** > *ry S4 *M.% .s e loss elWeat' L M AIWW Wet r '1'. M. W. N.TATUr K.O.I*. A. belog lo cot .
iV r- ; C exported. special privilege ......AJ*.Tf .....d r.t t+lt! i L .. .
r"*a'ed lo porebasinc compact and militant orp..1ea 's> J. ". Jlcc..u.: .. A c.. i 1T
- 'j .., i+ak '" 1e -
r ..
ct J p.r era( sod silver wage earners and farmer. wish lb. I

** -l u.os alWS Wall street natural allies, the I>...e.,..r. will

?* CPO' motley and .11"...ywM be politically irrristtb_ 1 >mr>s Axe wO.UZ1.i ATLANTIC COAST LINE
r eat order de- .

ttIi. ) f 3 "".4.4 flaaaelere. If the banker wo.M r.frm. ts..4r .

pfii i t.?) e* 4UUoC oDJer Ben way of d.4n. b....*.. .Mty **.** .* '
-1.* I b* so tnoch peed .f r'*wns MR t ft. .*fr '' A1A awed M a..eH.a.r 1!

--- .a>ey. THROUGH;
I ------ ; rs . ., .e Kir..r
..... tru is t .latest oe. H..'. TMsTW ,
a .* >.aelea .
sell:. ; :: 'i "!.,..C W..o4 ost a ya.t .at!.,. .....a..... ,..1 ...,.,. r.wsrd
,e eeJ ofS ..... de
) that SERVICE.
of e.servb
'"I:, t >7 Ik. tariff, tb. for any n. .
n c-,*.
ra77-_ ) 4.., .. It.. bel.2 tired by llaM'a CsMrHi .

... ": -n....... ,... bitter I T J. Osrwarr A O .TeJ4.. O. -:-=..- +s1iINMm

t the ...... VTa. the oad.nige r
... :::a s slut t.. a.1a..n,.tM.. ,I 3 Cba>.y fr U>e Lass I.a year. ..< ..*..1 JfO OHA2( 7B (........ ekes jw lames with la* "' ..... .......

: a< ..... list perfectlyu bpaoesbb .. alii
tIC -t r.-.4 botUe. prisesrltei JAC1G1iOEfYILLx.OGbLA aaS pAiXE81YILL>:. "
: : bntssetl .,.....,MIIe a.d lasae4sIITwsl. I
-- =...' are to Ale frog .... .carry a a.y.blgat. .... -. .. -.- -, --
,. I>ted...... .84 by hie fine-WAla stS Ea.... A YaaTI + -

wt.ft: ksv. a."en4 .. ........... Lr.ul... Tared.. O sad lisfstr V
.,. eon lAk. *ste.ol Fail Uferaaatioe. ) levy t* ....... ,,.... I
.. Is ssw .d..A..qI
+y t ,.......... b0t Hall. Caurrh C. ; en .
L...h4st .... bleed ee
i r peeve aesl.gdlr.lly eta waae
wl u.. y.
.... was. "ecte4. 1& sad ...... ..,fu.... .r 1M IT...w.Te .J
ir+:::;;. tab u-set.. said ... Cos will. seat ,,.... PriM U. poet I J. A. GOO D WIN Ticket Agent. ;
:: ,
a -' b c..a.. _pe'ts" is'w..t I hassle' .. try an slrajTa '>d v .
.... ., t4tfU *f *. HalTa FajoOy roi Uf. ...."'-- i .

;4.; j ,...... If

u.",, '

.1.-- ., .., _...., ...... ..._ .te- , .. .... ,' ji.r
W f'lIi' c ;flAt-1" ........._..._ .. 'J. - '/ S I. "" '" .tJl. . yry }f.1" 5 "' (


- -

IN ABYSSINIA. ECZEMA AFFLICTS Gainesville & Gulf Railway Compani

e1.1. Win Twice T.*.. 1C Thr Ar* Louisville and
Pr......... I. tt.. HlsrhtWMir.acent .
of the British government

rlsJted Abyaslnla some year neo WHOLEFAMILY FLORIDA.Time .
to return the favor of a native
aJ by some suitable present. Tb. Table In effect July 16. 1008.

town of this was however, a'ma tquit. J Nashville R AI R -

beyond the knowledge of one Father and Five Children Suffered \
gist np la the court circles of west N", 15. :io. 8. No. 1. No. 2. No 4 Ira
civilization His experience was for Two Years With Terrible Dell Daily IMU,.. HTATJONB. DaU7. J DaUJ DeiJ e,

itruc Ure.arrangement. Eczema Home remedy and Best Line to Ex Sun IEz I baD

e was badly banI -
I,.* be says' "and when 1 arrived Medicines Gave No Relief- t ,.
L" P H jw. A V #Or. AM ArPl1
oral persons betide the high offl- Mother Expresses Joy at f Birmingham, Nashville, 100 I 00 BPld .......8ampaoD Clt7.. .... 700 7) jAr 124o A M
il Were present After a few light 1 20 D 12 882 _.._.....Oraham... .. .... 545 7 03) 1215
bad been discussed I mentioned .. .. Memphis, KnoxvIlle, Louis. 140 525 84:0: .......__.... .CyrU..u S lO 1200
object in making the visit, and a* 200 sa 45 8 fs6 ..... 623 600 ld 40
offer wee made to dismiss the by* WONDERFUL CURE BY ,vine, Cincinnati, St. Louis, 220 10(0 g 08 .... .... EllltborPf' . .. .. 6 1211 6 14 11n
dare t exhibited my donation. 2 1m 10 10 g 13 . . A. O. L. Croa.lng... .. S OS 8 a5 11 as

10 an Instant I was aware thai I CUTICURA REMEDIES Chic ego and all points. 2 fOAr 10 15Ar g 20Ar # .......Ralnnl1e....... t S OOLv 6 Wlvl) II 001,
nade false A frown of 4: 10 Ly . . . . .. ..... I r .-..... .. . 10 ( )
Jnplod a step. U North and West. e 18 . . . . ... ... . . . .S. A. L. Crossing... .. .... ..4- I I 867 ar
surprise and Indignation "]lfy )lurtbandand five children were 42Q' ..... .......Lower Snitch . . . ...... ... 8M
3 Jed the hitherto serene brow and all afflicted with e sema. They bad it 4: 25 . .4>r. .. . .. . .. . .0.nDon. Oroa.lag. . ....... .. . h 8 to
of fathomless Integrity declined two years. We used all the home rem- Through Sleelpers Jacksonville .to 44 . . . . . .. . .ltoeky: Point...... ... .... .. 18OO
proffered gift while strong Inward edic we could bear of, without any Chicago.Only eM . . . . . . .. . .... ....Wacahoo ta.... .... _....... .. . . I 81e'
ling found vent In a rocking motion relief and then went. to a physician line operating through sleepers 5 10 .1. .. .. .. . .. . ......... Clys tt. ... ... ... ....... .. . 8M
his body and got medicine two different times from Florida to Hi. Louis with dining 515 . .. . . . ... . ........ 8'1rkwood.... .. .. ....... . 8 foG
,,*"You bav utterly- misunderstood I and it got worse. It affected us allover ear tervlee. 5 20 . .. . . .. ... .... ....TacnmB... ......... ... . . 8 to
aakl b Tbe friendliness wblcb 1iv I except bead and hand. We saw 5 80 . . . . ... ... .... ... Mlcann'PY . . ... .. .. .. hB1
Finest service In tbe .
Cuticura Kemedic advertised and concluded dinloRear 5 . . .. .. . ... . . . .Toeawtlla . . . ..... . s
been extendedlely
abown you bas I to try them. 80 1 sent for $1.00 Sooth. 340 .....( . ....._..L kwRimnntun..e.. ... . ... ., 7 )
with pure motives of kindness, to I worth consisting of one cake of Cuticura Through tourist sleepers to Oalifor* 5 43 . . . . .. .. . __...... Hlckml\o. .. ......_. .. .. 740b
stranger In the land. Devotion to box of Ointment,and one vial nU. SO ...... . ... .. . .. .... ..rlouth.J4e..... .. ..... . .. . I I 7 ES
sovereign and country !I. amply roild iWi. we commenced to use them. Information as to rates to all points 5 55 . . . . ... ... ...... ..Dung.I"'raD ....... ... .. .. . . 7e
by the Internal consciousness of 1 do not know bow to express my. Joy North and Watt will be furnished 00 . . . . .. . .... ,:,.. ...... .1..1 n e..._...... ... .. . ., 7256c
Ctltude. four Intentions are doubt. in finding a c'ret for two of my cLu- promptly on application to 8 .. . . . . . ... ...... .. . Fort Drane . .. . .... .. . 1 (.S
C good, but greater happiness will then were ad 11 that they have tbe . .._....J.rl1el(1... .. .... .. I(
walt from the knowledge that you brown sears on their bodies where they G. E. liaaarxo AS'V1)1 Ai AM Aip if LiA 11 i Lt'i!LrA; U
roe were sore. If it will be of any benefit Fla. Pa... Agent, L. A N. It. It.. 118V
rill now' recognize bow disinterested to you, you can publish my letter with \ Day .1.. Jacksonville Fla. ..
"'iy conduct bas bcu. pleasure. Yours truly. Mrs. Maggie 11. .1. B. CUTLER Gen'l Sap't. L. E. BARKER Teams "I"rwhec.

""My offering was firmly waved Stevens Mason Co., W. Va., Juno _
ray and for some period<< his frame 12. 190 ." ... HLTf32MI086: : : O.A Da -- --"------ ,.'. -
"- "
tinned shaken by Inward emotion .

tbe great edification of tbe bystancl TR. ROBT. O. BOWERS . .
I,ind.whose eyes remained lived on the CUTICURA A BLESSING S." < I f .\. "

."It was undoubtedly very discomfit To Skin-Tortured Babies DENTIST. w .. :LD.. ee L. Ot;. : ..; ;.

and my apologies for MO great a and Tired Mothers.The .

tAke were profuse. I declared that suffering which Cuticura Soap Office In Miller Law Exchange.,\, ,.,, .; I
'could not quit this abode until re- and Cuticura Ointment have alleviated
calmness bad given mo the as among the young,and the comfort they Graduate University of Pennsylvania.
ace that his feelings had recovered have afforded worn-out and worriedparents
i usual serene tone. Aa fortunate have led to their. adoption to A . JOB PRINTING
countless homes as priceless curative ,
.,this I left ;
soon happened properly for birth humor, milk crust ,stalled DR..1. U. ALDERMAN,
Ked at the miserable management I head enemas muses and ev..ryform

4 rrbi.cll bad occasioned the awkward. of Itching scaly, pimply ..kID.
'.. ..... I and aolp humor, with Inns of hair DENTIS. ,
: '"Naturally I consulted a native au infancy and childhood. Guaranteedabsolutely s* -

-1t7 wbo bad witnessed the trans pure. Over I lion 4 Co Dnk. OelnesKneDR SeYo: Order 1Jo
>n and tho mistake which I bad .n.01.M4 M ttrwitaMt"_ H...)..IK.I.*wM.... <-!.Ctrttomi term vf Cfc.r SM*.l t.*.*,.'.Ota...1
tmUted. but ho was so tickled by rill.. _. ... ./.1 W soy ... k4 .t .ll.r........ ,
B (Yp,nobr. ,b.w.,1M..wsr'Y.u.1 ,
circumstances tbat 1 extracted r:::. .tto*M Cw.k-:.-U..... \

him for some time little but -- DsVEHE D. MORRIS

agbter. Ills eventual view of mat THE GAME FCHESS-- THE SUN JOB OFFICE! .

lees was confuted in a few words: . .DENTIST. . ;
.. Try again but take more and hav .iM..< )lrnlMl Urlllm..t.r .hVorlrf / ""'<1 '

[*. wltnes. ....' I HUM Kv.r !<....w. .
"On the next occasion I found the Wbu the non aD. placed over tbe om.over Hares >leD4.I.. FboneJJR. 72 ring.

[oreroor alone and when I opened the d
|.ut>Jeet on which my visit was found. Into Lux et Ludns ficaccboruni! (Out Florida East Coast RailwayLocal

5d bin eyes twinkled and he aald. of the I3sst dime I.Igtit and tbe lame OORDON D. TI80JC,, .
*Kroiu the first moment when I saw' of Coons) they spoke of the two greatest t I Time Car No. 47. la Effect September I If, 1904.NORTHBOUND .
;70111 bad a presentiment flint wo were IxNjuests that the storied east had DEKTIBT.OB
ordained tom great friends 14lo not ever toad In Jho young and aacresslvowest .
know' if European bare these suitor -thw Hcbt of religion and the N. B. .... t. BATJOIt1l. .... 7. Na IIo.
.Is Miller Law Ex.b.&c.| D.U D..1.,
with D"L-
..UlIoo. but ( mental achievement of
us they are general. greatest man
... ro m --. lOam v................ '.e .oov .................Aw pm .. .t
i ab4 we do nut flud them deceptive.Yott sine the cam through Kden'a frown 0..1.1. F. MPIII e5am ..._....... fonUi J k.Oft.UAe..L. t lapin a 1..'
\\ may have nftnrd-and I ant aware tug portals. 7 nlpm to .o.m .. ...............III& Au.naUue._............. .. sSpw 7 4 .
'!iH I* generally statM of tia by foreign- In the middle ages, when the monks 1 es Wpm II L:4m Ia41n : ..::..::::::::::::1.t llet1nt.r'.Jatt.' .::::::::::::::::: : 20pmet 5pm 1

.."that we an deceitful and avarlI and abbots watched front afar the bru T.. D. ELLIS. JR.. a pta aCllJltn i"r..I--'rtldt..............-......Y e "m 6 4.I743pf
'..... > not believe this. All conn*j tal soldiery of Christendom swooping thaw L..I.J&tk............. ......A astpm ISmcpm
-. ........ .. Ar........,........ ..n 11.1_............._..I v .. lit =r
|4Mea, contain bad men and your ex- down like a pestilence! on the sunny .......... .. .Ik u L..................a.n i141e...................Ar iIS ttn'Nri _,
once has porhapa. len itnfortii* plalua of tl>* south they chanted "A ATTORNEYATLAW.OAIKKSVIU.B. { njm Ly..IIii.n..A'. f 4 pDt '
He. Hut we shrill remain always furor Kormanorunt llbera no, 0 lK>mIn 11.- 1aNptn ........._........1"-p'NSC................... .. ,. ,
snd*. And what are presents, after *" (From tb. fury of the Nortiftmn 1019pu.4Npw I )4pm Up.. : ::::::::::::::::::.II..LI l ayssa.::::::::::::::::::: : 4
but external emblem. of esteem deliver its 0 nod) anti returned FLoRIDA I. I..... I ......._......,..... tiewje..........._..... a S'lJ'-1 .
V Op.. A'O ew._ rise.......... ...... 5
:;""Tbtre were no tllulcultlw on this to rbes-all that wa left a noble soul A. OARLISLE. IOtiw I' !: ip.i..Ar ............... I.r r1.'t" .:................ tt T p".
,eraaton, lie was obviously niurbMOMHl f lu a vain and turbulent world. J. 1 pili .. ...............Qft.a 4alr........._..... .. f" poIi
.. a ..........0- ... ... ,
and said tbat the hWvLiKHC Chess ts the guest mental tlrlllmatterlh LAW *m CJI'Ptn U .Il1l1e'tklft. .. u" .J'ID-I'-I'III
| ,: bvw L........ '.............. ... I TisCw.bstwlm -'..
of lYovldence would Let sure to at- world ha. ever known. .\. a mind it ..... Iviper ._.............. o.t II. ......_.........IIW .
M4 tbe exertions of a loan who Wit.thourrtur1 trainer It tauten abov Greek and dla. And Solicitor in Equity 1111-- a Npw Ae..................Tlltvr111.. .........,........ .. 2"f'I.t
lectlcs.Hut. U-- 1It..Q Ai['.'...'.'_' .'.......: Jsti.t-. .::-::-:-...:....:trw 31 '....- t
of the aadtltnml clrcum-: Res' Estate Conveyancing and General -pi It i&et .....$................ ."'-'aD........ ...... ..........Aw a Iqs 1 Is1r5
I$"D" of others, and IMC wets '&1 Ut'. above all. It. la tb* ienro of bat- Practice. All business .prom 4ill .-Irp.! ......:::=:...:...'.'lOW";1..=:...:.:;::-. r -1t......0
r7 l oor' -Youth's (.. tMiulcai.UH lie: It Is war without bloodsbe4t! it U attended Office next door to Boa II u.... h':..... .. ..............._ . ..c__ ..............'_... I :tip' f
la Meer $4l, a ............. ....Iw..COO.. ...............,
strife ou equal teems which all tb* oOlee.JTKRD1NAND. OalaasYiLLe .LOaJDA. t.MM 4Vs ... .. .................)...\ t .1.,.................. .. d apes f7.- I \"
1 ............" to ...w.......... me larva and to which (ruin the cradle t I aaaa. 4 Saps.--1.- ............ .....111............................ rpm I

\\b'is a _l.uiou ** lhM a hell ,ring to the grave all UMUtUty Is subject BAYER 1 ; 1 I= : ::::::::::::.:::..w., two n' .:::::::::::::.:::: : 1 = ; .
to enable all M. IVa tu roltatt trust Charleston :o.. ..w. and Oourter. ... Sup... .................1'pf4: M.Mw......._...... .. t. -.- I II I
ATtORNEY AT EAVT.Can .. ... .. .................. .1 ...... ............._.. .. re 1,.M 11
kt>. smoking mow, the library i.:\... I'tn.. ......... ........ .. .: Asa.................... ta irc t t .
the outer door 1* dosed and the The Nsw Punt Food and Drug Law. OAISISYitts FLOaJDAe .. ... ... .. ................. ...J 1..h.. .....,._" 35t..0 11

sp eeker puts tb. quwittea. Tbenn I. a W. thai : E t :.1.: :::::::.::::::::.tT.1,4 ,n :::::::.NNY.M.'r:.e = :
shout or ".\,..*" and of "::. na which ar pleated to aaaoau FoI sell Im 4 fl. .". ...... ........!..... .. ,..,..........._..." ..... ..
a.J'I Hooey and Tar for coughs colds you. ally property ( at... .. ..... .......rr..#. ..._...__ .
declares. that *sites the cm or the proved. and unimproved), phosphate, . u.., tt7.' '
4tber "'I... It" It the: ...* challenged. I and lung trouble ie! not affreted by trucking and farming lands. Bead him p:;: : per 1 :.. ::::::"::::: : : ::::::::==::: : sirs'war .
.. ............ .... 4Jswiaw. : s ; ..._.__- 1
..r. nay. "'11M 'ayes' to the right tb. ihwNalianal Tar Food and Drug law a list I of what you offer for..I.. 71421. .. .-.I..? .... ....-........ .. ,ta....." .. ....-.--... 7 .aro.... ;

to the. -'ft.Thk uteaits that .a tt !ewntalos t>ooplat" oro'kr harm I is i. 'N"t:: l : :::::-:::::::::. .w.:::::::=::.N", : == rJI t
t ajra and tb* **IMM*** o Into r* i fat drt c', aDd w* I"H'cuana.1H2 It s* a W.E.. BALER ... I ..w..r........ .... "t ,.. ..........._ ..... sat ... t .
the toltUitw safe r..'m.iljr for ehthitea and *4ull. ..: ........... .. L4rJ.-.u;,..:.:: ..... ... ......__.;. ......_.. ..ft
I* takes, Mole ,,"... fur they gourety J. \,.. MeCotlum 4% Co. ATTOn. EY. -LAW, ... ....... ... ..... ... '0. _.. . . R__. ................__..f... ........... U .""-

\\ b..14 at Kmtgtii they are -- .""- -_. --- -- .I..,: 4r. ;...;.; __s>as 7t.wt- -M....>*s>......;;;:$. -
fIt within ......Ir resportly. I"IC'aU t . SOLICITOR IK CHANCERY. . I l .;r) _... ..0.r .....

door KMtUtug t* then. ) are <4o* *l. j AUCHUA COUNTY.III : '
/w ff
After a uii".te ..* two the ono GAINESVILLE. AUehoa Oo. FL>. ( ;;j;-r Net.iif{ 1 AYl5S ...:...: "ItJ,. :ir. : ..f

pGtISth which Ike t>rt. ",Mir In eels< Ala.,hoa eoauIs: Ket00.arts' In Of&. la Kndl "hMo' __ _u. __ "--'" ___ ..____ "_ .
end t,> mak* tb.*>.tr e\tt ,. *>* >n> ...*.. bas 34* .miles rtllroaU. POO .- .- - - ---- "- :::'t': 1 ; =: : "" :i : :. : :':.. . # .': I= -it..t: : 1! .

111.forw 1.54hing they have tot mil. walrus ...d. M posUkttV. a w :.v.4 4 I a ...... }f" .. &... . .. ...._,..::::.. I soar r. .... ; . :
I 1
I+esa oe ether i.k1. r a .teat at wMeocbnas I 129 p UHd ss>e>olt 37 phrMp&at* f.'. _.. .. .... . .. .. ,10 ...... ........ .._ ." ' .. .
1w. stt asMl aleck .4T m a I plant", _aue. flftjOCO ewers J The FloridaFruit 10.-...,.._.H t.4... ,, f +q..y t+ ....... t.......... -... ..... ..::..::.t r. EJ_. IA atttrs 4 '. -
hones. four M.w papr | 1oS." : ;-L: ;;' w -e. -= :--=-.4;" .. J.1'
. ,petattorl tier c-f Mml'rs' thoa. who I Ir'W"t .) andeothkr eon, eoiuia. r** ; rgrr 1.R sD :lria 1i. stf: CO f nMsT > UIL
\nr tMs . TruelGroycr _
t. they pram ta .. I ... and :
alt *. pineapples or.angee. j -
oats. ry- t 'w
"i.a>* tbroueh the silt ....... wtiirti .. I peaches '....,.. phme> pet.easeasI ';; C.e.. ;.I"".. .... st inmost *4 % li JIItll"TI. .ff t'11. P. A 0.f. S.Havana i-af461-

few yards frees the d.J.*.t 0Qt. all kind of v.g.a Dlee and KevVcst.. _
+e this exit dome .l*.4 two" t.itr*. L. J.t UaUXDY. w.... ... rn."r. -- --- to' -
' use the Vj. **" aawl ,.. f 2 t ".eLTwa.i1asw
" 1kW1I. y T1Wtt' ......ttta ,. t* e.t| ( Gainesville the County Seal. 0l.LLA. rill. 1 r.t a x t!ti +f t ..r-, ll 1 : : = V
; . . .. M'a. ...
.11 w Iult n.
stolid csw.. two three fourr. actal s* ML I Lea1'a1rj..1f. .
lias foartotn efearc&e two p.bls ... .. .:-::. a Jtt ...qAd.1iN.oat
!** tit* nmur !..*, Otv for each llvUIo four Ie.... are uoo t s...oo&.. ife. Ualvsrsttyof .Ftorkta.Vail >.. y.ts.- ->... .tl.OO >I a betas.. Eey wet and tlavw.p.t ..
"!i.a", sboob three ....., ; ..._..*.. !.
ea.ry,. two for tb. -.,.* leU'y .54 laser eaten la. bent wts1T it..s.1M1.M . .... U1tIYAxA..T..s.7 .acv. :
orate. ;
s .''tr. tef' the 'Do"" l.bby.- oaloeTeeth. water.** Br. slaws .jst*'..INt" ... IL.AV.LA.. .te.s.ra ---....,. .... Ar ttlt w 17fl.Trela. -

aIMS gas aIC"".. ,.r. te. fft.*****,, I Dt.cltrrge at 3alya .su., rce T..ehra.r
saekla sk *. ""... wool fa lo* j
Seaboard Parlor Car. 990s O4l4Mft< at.r .two..... h........ I .L haadse. w..s a.agsals.devosmd Te4. .ueweT.M +-+.g.vt .e.f4stgb.1M.. ............ ...........
Ta > .....1.aUJ' toM ...*.**.. o'I rl...era.4..4.40... Iaar .."..., es ... ... ""
feat egae 4 M
SeaboariS Air Uo operates rall..t. ,..,. 'U......... j Me.1 wes _
'1ge .
... .. .. ..
tk* frail cart v'.g. ab*. glowers ofr1.t41ta. '*' toe a. I.-, l .......,....... __. T t J..... .M 4
4 1 '''.' errs *.*t.*eVU* a.a4 .tN'.nlaC e.- bas ..
u :: -
_a..tar/er7. sees re.ur,.... terpeen. tr.r Cry .. LOCAL. TUIC eDDootbe. a.r- .+ -
cope oo Irate #.. IM| WaJd dial .. pleat. tare b&au..u I.I A. special trial r b esli4ptlowsf six SEE THE TICKET "
....U whit the sa..raUMr...... freositlUa. 1 etc+ ...... ..t>T"NJ.. ever t* **stt eat **4>. .( at AGENT. .
the trs..nlal bee. ...... lades. J. D. RAU. CR. Ast. O.. l PAct- ST.GIFTS AuotJS11I''It.! ru-

: +dn.s ., ........... ." ........" < ......."...... ,.- '!' r. -: ? . .",,", ",, 'A-'" '>\'o'O;'' .., A_" " ..JJt _', .,..' .... '- _" ': _. "... >" -

T' hl r r+ ',err


,;f II r.ergla; Conference .Adjourn. \ .,," "ta Q.CC\\\U\\\'ft\ve'& \tvcv \ "l\G t'.U9"tm

.......c d!After,.,last\111.,Busy d-y's Ga. ,Session.Nor..e.. Ion:9.-of/tho%. all \ \ .S (i ", t.u"ei'\ \\11VtS ,\\ 'I

:I:1: t Teorria*nd et.IT for conference the brethren began wereappointments ity \\' \ \\ A au\(1 o.'I\ 'tCiS.OUU '

....") to pt their : I V .
; was anxious to i
'I.e' f, /jUdobta.-bop Ward the seat of the South : a ." C U<1"S'AC1C \\

>'loa s ronl reDCe. There was a . : .:.. ,
-Moa? to hurry to the end .and tteW Q'Q. ,
\\ ee-
eoaferance was Impatient of any from I
JO M ,rto seemed to hare a long speech In I "

p,pate. used farmers in the famous Pied- '
15O JHOIuUou of thanks and oommen- vays are by tobacco grown

K 0. ,:htfoc ot, BUbop Ward were passed you curing and preparing their tomont.reion, requires and takes less .
and the bishop
sg1 beat entnuslasm for the market than tobacco ia
6 ,podded la a fell lUous and feeling ; namely sun sweetening grown
4rz oui II .?" ere In hi. remarks the bishop air cured and flue cured. any other section of the United States'
11114 !if his health failed he would old and is called air and has wholesome '
5 to North Georgia and establish cheap way stimulating! ,
0 .. .c.itinerante Jewelry store and with the ; the later discovery and imjuicy, full tobacco taste that satisfies
0 Ob fie ex-presldlng presented to eld Dr.r of W.GriMn F. I I way is called flue cured. tobacco hunger. That's why chewers .

C'S pear Uitrlct. a handsome gold watch. In you You .| flue curing the tobacco is taken prefer Schnapps, because Schnaps "

C's o, .tune Dr.of Glenn tile made people a of happy the ulsjrtct re-- the fields and racked in barns cheers more than any other chewing

BOB*. you ters. built to retain heat and tobacco, and that's why chewers of .
) AH ti by 5 the retiring people.elders The were people te memtertl of- that subjected to a continuous high Schnapps pass the good thing along\.;:

i 1 'XSOedsevllle.] the railroads and the ; produced by thewhich -one cnewer makes other chewers k:

1t mu vere thanked for courtesies. of flame heated until the fact is established that ;
JUT I. II. Miller 1 Ws)1emorial church ut''fted with the You out in the tobacco that there arc more chewers and more y ?
1'r lath! Georgia conference. He was of tobacco chewed ;,\
taste and aroma that pounds to the
prominent member of the Methodist pital
(Episcopal church north. you.' .roasting develops in green population in states where Schnapps .. t

Cartcrsvllle, Ga., was selected as These similar processes give tobacco is sold than there are in -;
pet for holding the next confer-
'see tier tobacco and coffee the chcerhose states where Schnapps has not ;'

:,G B.Borhan Testifies After Four Years I and stimulating quality that popyet been offered to the trade J)

0.B. Barhana of Carlisle Center "I their use. A ice. plug of Schnapps is more k';

5. Y..write*j "About four years agoi.roteyoo and quality of tobacco depends economical than a much larger IOC.
stating that I had been
,sorely eared of a severe kidney troulltbytsklng on the curing process and the plug of cheap tobacco. Sold at soc. .

\ less than two bottles of the of soil that produces it, as ex per pound in 50. cuts.+, Strictly to
tine,'. Kldiey Cure. It entirely .. .t--__.....
tests that this flue cured and cent plugs. :
l flapped the brick dgat ..dlmentlt and sent prove 15

1 . ,aiD aDd symptoms of kidney disease '._'
-- -
dUappesred.ikit I hats never had I am a return glad,of to any say t loud> ; J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, 'VmSTON-S \LEl\1t N. C.

r flap** symptoms during the four tlon ------- ----- -----.--- -_. --------.-.--..-- ..-.____ __ _.___ __ ._.-_ _ __bu __ A. __ ___ ___.....___ _.... 1
yunihst bare elapted and I am evlesi1 and itriBkt n.,.. "' ,
1,cored to stay eared and heart stand on your "..d1" ask I
Bj recommend Ful.,'. Kidney Cure of little Dudley.
la injoue suffering from kidney or replied. ..It'. too blab up." NOW T'HsE TIME J:
M dd / I Co. by } there I. a limit; not so to
the Younger.
Ceorgla.Florlda Lumber Company. _._
---- -- =-- TO Get
.Jacksonville. 11*.. NOT. 29.At a OF AI'PLIOATION FOR SSL
fcftUnf here of the GeargtaFloridalazier ]
9ft made association for a conference arrangements here next A. Is hereby ill-en that on the BARGAIN IN A
6nury of the of Deeeoth-. D. IPOS. I
Baltimore Lumber ) to Honorable J. T. ti1'llfs. .
association the Wholesale It I. 7'e the Circuit" Court of the
Umber Dealers' association of NewTon OireuK of Florida In
the Yellow Pine Exchange of with Alsehoa county at Btarke, ioJ
Acv York, and the Boston Lumber to ...lIlh. followingdeaerlbed I havo 4 Standard Railroad Watches a
tow It A eertaln lot situ
Tnde sacoctatlon with i
waring closer relations the In Tlew the fu-of two Alaehua county, YlokJ..tG-. that have boon used a short timo that
tell. ln<< at the half
Are It ; line between etlona 71 I will soil Cheap fer Oa.lI.Vrito at
In Township 10. Itang 19.
Minister Expires In good
Presence of Class. 13 ebslna.. ..b.v...,
Xew York, NOT. 29.-After Itelatni *. th-ne South 13 shamus onco.
torn of his experience<< to a .. 12>i chains In polo of bee-
./ of N.*f
>> ehortb Long Branch N. J. In to ?I.Town.blp 10. It.... 19.
t*coarse of which be ed ., 16 serve Also certain' lots
expressed him-
seat ailed: aa ready to go when the master \ Fiori"4 of' Itloek..deee"b4t4 80.old aa survey follows of i H C. STEVENS-
tim to
Edmund West an octo- OesfA, dam to bold as ,
'. ajan expired Just a. b. resumed of the estate of H-nJamlo
Mat Members of the class ..atben.4 *.deceased.10 pay the debt.
. ....
around the prostrate form of the ' CUABA J. KICK A ,

M<< man sod knelt In prayer. ..of the Estate of .---- -.-..-r.r -wv..w..---'---. .rV.......___A... ...........-.. .+wM .r ww+..wv..wMB
., .. )-* '-d.
of(B. S :m..A.. C) ..A.. E, :D'' f

.t ;
ful. !tlanta.Birmlngbam., Air Line Railwa'f'f'


dane . .FOlt. . .
Nat < !
last Chattanooga if
and Savannah Columbia, Camden, Southern"]
X40 reel .

8Urrerers men ear.. Louisville Pines Raloigh, Richmond, Washi *

could use teem Cincinnati, i ington, Baltimore Philadelphia

ed Gbicago. New York

.-- -...... UM.

k DONTyt fact Two Elegant Train Dully.

w. Y>suffer orsif from to b.severs mtaerabU.head COC RAILYIT
faJaUDC .pel"
at J Seaboard
bos fretful Your flier Express.
b a4s attention IUbla. as LIES T UX1 --
L' Ch&t Uftr bao .
-" --- -
Cl."IUS..ChII.c.on.tJpetJoa.. . ,.. oa rise Seaboard Mail.

... U....Cm .ptdofasadu.t. LIMITED"

J:. C.
t- T.... Korrlaocu TT rrfeMSt I have .. .1u.* BT l "'tt a> am.trs
r .-.t tar Jew from.. .. at r* L hr. diulttus. vat and t*.. ', rr tins -r ( .?q,..... MODERN PULLMAK : ,
.., ., ...... I rwr4v.dL air. I-.! .tlis.pqrs, EQUIPMBHTt
.ot' .ua J feted 11
.1 ..... U.wWJw.J !
b9 tr atarsyrt..ra.c..J.7... cUhd. 1PRIcn Sleeper to AUact. U i"t,
sac. I Only L no Operating
.. "
i d Saow UDlmart Co. .... ra+t-. ewe. er r...ert,.& *.., D.Hy Tbroaih' Palloio Sloepcri fro a JackaD..H. to New Orlw4T9 ,
Loan. MUOu'aL ... i .. witse '!

.ealr.p.. ''f Freeman 4 i, f Oi laU *ms4i.* .SM< sWswr r*..n.',*.*..II.* say -...!OsiiUAntAr ,Hi "j

:r':1l .u and '''' .". I'"gi". **. 1I. '\ Iatl+.......,". wrtua ft. 0 JSOTUdTOJr/ IAVXfOifV1L.L.", Js.. A-*.FL-\.Jauu.*..., rjr. t*.....c.rA.*,". '

.1011I*.ua.; traslsr'rvtlLl, ..::1. t
l t ,
5 aYYt =' ....._ li' iY> h. S "

f ti lw F


-- --- - --- -- -- Y"
i- .
OFaUHTiCOHDENSEO CITY AND w. L. mil retained yesterday froma -- --.-----

WS business trip to Jacksonville.( THIS DRUGGIST'S EXPERIENCE -

Furnished room to rent on block) ads ( MOVE

TheS.J.THOMAS joining squares gentleman only. Ap

: ply.308 EasfLiberty street or Bun of.8ce. .

of General Interest O th- DittrtotvSoperintendeat Should Interest Gainesville To our new location' on corner
A. Ford
t cod by Oar Re" rten. of the Atlantic Coast Line, who makes People. Just we will North tut pleased of ostntlioe to greet, where you 5 f

hia headquarters In Jacksonville was )It. Jo.. F. Bradley a prominent and do our best to plea*. you J
AMD SOCIAL ITEMS In the city on official business
MAU yestcr-
druggist of New
..".. 'l ',dar Brunswick N. J.. Oysters Steaks and Short Ordei
I -- -... writes "I have sold Vlnol. the cod
:* *s HapP*"***and What '* BotoVR )h.. H. Uersog. tire, is in the city liner pjarparatioh without oil, for the

In Short Par.*r*t>has from New' York on n visit to her p asl threw
, h -*Told Sole Agents eon, I years, and it has given... per Coffee the tI".,. Everything
q t>i II Ilmpg Jr Shi Vet' satisfaction. nice. Came
I uH. Who Runs May R *T appears well to order '
That pleased with Gainesville and Its i 'I now ape, VIDal In my family and for sportsman.OPEN .

..In n. Sun. Makes people.For can highly recommend it. It I Is always EARLY and LATE.

Old papers for sale atlhU office.Kjitone 4- Everything Sale-Fine farm near Hague, a pleasure to recommend a ..

Fate. headquarters for 850 acrt!good dwelling stable, barns medicine that 1 tare found to be first-
and onthouse Also al....** THE
{ lS-elke.; twit-acre lot eon CONTINENTAL!'calling; cards In latest ..tyl1t5a e* ming; tine dwelling and stable In The reason Vicol' so task aopersedlng \

offlee. Loot Late East Gainesville. Apply to John II. and so far superior to old-fash C4FK-ESTAUII AJiT.

end aDd Marble oak,! every day. New Dt'll, Gainesville' Fla. ,coed cod liver oil and emulsions la

.V. : GarDflYtJIe t l Baker Airs QI1lnUlIa Bullock, of Live Oak because It contains all of the medicinal GOOD
High School t la in the city on a visit tody-bnlldliig'element* of cod BREAD R
Lady fingers and Baker tneecaroones. .Y IIsp ,J I CLEANS And POLISHES to Dr. F. Prescott Bullock. Pralrlw l liver oil actually taken from the' fresh

Gainesville AH Silverware Brass, Copper. Gold, avenue, As a native Kentoekian. cod,' livers, with all or the useless and AIDS
furnished rooms for rent with Nickel Zinc Tin and PIGESTIOlior ii
so Tao I Enamelware Bullock expresses her delight and love nauseating oil eliminated and tonic
bsib. 401 Emit Orange street.liM I Glassware asFixtures"arblework. Iron added .
Floors, Woodwork Tile for Florida climate, people and fruits.
Onyx Wall Ann sae
Fowler of I. Vlnol makes '.U.Ye4 "'b.' \Ir1t4
; Anna Jacksonville Decorations pure, rich, red blood.
etc. ::. Non-Inflamable f.eawr" wbiob Metz.
09Wa pike eit1, a guest of her brother J.g. All the committees for the' It Is delicious to take and the weakest 1IOtr. bread" 'i-:
.Fowl'. Guild basaar to be held next stomach can retain It.
it's YOUR
Wednesday at the Elks' OWN FAULT
are As a bodybuilder
A8ol Mr and Mrs. H. A. Plckett of New and strength ereator .
are on a visit to-Mr. and Mrs. J. hard at work and every Indicationpoints for old people, weak women dell If ..,
ferry to si most you do not keen food. wholesome .
Select successful and Inter cat children "
soiled and for o.
B. Fouler.Lo4l a your'able.tor Is la a1We fNYa 411.,
..ovI erring occasion. A more extended no all pulmonary' diseases Vlnol, recommended ant d.llvr. -On Wednesday 4 pair of gold
lice will )later.
rash Bioro to this offlca and appear by over 0,000 or the leading OAKERY \
{tfcctaele reward place on your painted Strayed-From my home at Gordon druggists of the United Stales. Your fhene lei. R. T. MCltAFEIt free.,;0'1 i

pt on Mcnday, one mare, with following ) money baefc If It does not do all we ---- .- .-- --..---- __ _
P. II. Baker who owns a utva description Little white bias claim for It.-W. M. Johnson, Drag. n.
plant In Gampvtlle, & wood ." work and
store spenTUnkigivtog in forehead, branded on her right fore gist. I WILLIAM[ ANDERSONBICYCLES ,:
lCRa with his family In the 1r
""* s shoulder "L. 8.." mole under rightshoulder. NOTE-While we are sole agents for ,
city, Color, sorrel. Reward Vlnol In Qaln ev111s,11 la now for sale
try a can. MONEY for Information.
nato D E. Godwin of Fairbanks, mtnsffe 3.O. Crotnarty,Atlas' ,FlaMr at the leading drug store In nearly' every }
.r the Chase stores Interests andElectricalJupplles.
town and city In the f
vtia battaeis visitor to this city yes= BACK if it fails to dames J. B. Cutler and 'V'. NWiUon.and Look for the Vlnol agency. county In your

wrdsy.Joit. ) .. A. V. Hadler and town
rte what you want-Blow UlbOOnLtml,1I t Mrs. Jesse E. Burls and son,Jesse Jr.. .
-- ,
''or llfi / ud Vanilla. Absolntely: pare, please, you. Mrs. Ann Milliner )Ir. and )1,.. Hen SHOOTING NEAR DUTTON.-----

ft I to t.ce: si far and the "Blue Ribbonlaor"l. Milliner and, baby, and Miss Haute Agency fir leading (Ulrjrlra. Kepulrldeao
; is perfection. l) nnls, have returned from a pleasant Charlie Thompson Shot
rsR Tim Bailey and O. B. Weeks of New. sojourn of a few days with friends In With Her Iou. Results Another NeHTO. premptly.. Electrical: wurk 3 3of

Tampa and sightseeing at the Stat. all kinds, ,
) berrr were In the city Thursday, bee Information reached this city Thursday
arla 1"beta sQmmoned on business con of a tragedy at Dutton& Co'.. I 13: W. j
iMtrd with the olroait coars.: THE The Elks' home la destined to be one wood on UNION ST I
S. J. THOMAS CO. camp Sunday night which .
-'" __._
the -
Miss Annie Sasrrett has returned of handsomest and most modernIn cost one life, the victim dying a Uw ---- ----

lea from High Point, N. 0 where she has i the aft,. Wok I Is being, pushed I hours after the tragedy

>r bees OB a visit to her brother Oh... rapidly, and the order expect to be In The particulars are very meagre, Miss Nora Narfait.Ladles'
&*rrtr Friends are glad to wel- Its new quarters by the first of the but It ....". that Charlie Thompson, a ,

a e ms her home again. year. The building which will b. negro, became Involved In a dispute

a T :e who will participate In the Bread and rolls hot for dinner every large and conveniently arranged will over a trivial matter with another negro
_04. fur the Elks memorial servicesaSosday day. Gainesville Bakery. be equipped with steam heating the name of whom could not be
paratus In addition to NovalUts
a the
are requested to In Cream ap-I stuns were brought
every Saturday after-
. thus assuring comfort all .J
a .00. Into
aatIon. The '
rte 'load >
lecture .
room of the Baptfst cbarchat noon Gainesville Baker,. a..4WATCli I
I o'eloek Friday the other m...,
J evening. A new lot of young chickens just reeelved .,1
passing through hie body, with the re Fancy IiH1se. .
Strayed, from my home on morning at G. B. Merchant A 00'.. suit that be cUed

etoeember26, one large Jersey oow For the best printed stationery at After the
shooting Thompson
1 k*,lng leather halter on. Very light lowest prices call at The Sun office. F his escape, and Is still at liberty. made Nit
eolor;booked horns. Reward for Information I -.. ... WI51: >OrT. U.*
asks ,
Any known to the trade made I --- --
'4 as to her whereabouts. J. Mr. and If .*y jesu
Y.Dell. to order on short notice. Gainesville II rt. W. I:. Dow and Mr.George .
Gainesville.n '
Baker y. Morris" left yesterday for
friend. of little Miss Willa LeGraod I \"ood-Oor, Now nun upstage. wnere ten alibi ---.---.. .. n__. -_.._..._._. --4,
big blue cart full or
*, daughter of Mr. and Mra. dry they attended a grand ball
W. and baa
k wood for >$1. Gainesville Planing and PROF. JULES
1-Ldlraade, are glad of Ugh EICIIELIERGEI
4 to ace br out Coffin Co.Wanted. IsTho asset eprlafs lodge Knight
apia, after surgical operative, the ; of r '.I.., I I. cmnemoratloa of the
. little Ikdy having been compelled I'0: Laberers en sewer werk. .. " tenth anniversary of that lod<<.. If,. Piano and Organ T..r. ..
kiss ken tonsels removed. Will pay tl.SO per day feme*. Applyonl Time Morris Intended to have gone bet was and Repairer.' 1

The Kama of football at the baseball I be |sh. , delayed her on Important business .....-........-
park yesterday afternoon between the Why eat bread a day old when you 4. To' until after th.d.partore of the trsln,
Cslt-rslty and etc get It hot at Gainesville. Bats 1 ---- .. ---- THIRTY VCAR5 PXPBRIIJflCilflerM
University High
fchool teams resulted In scor of Of erg for dlnnei . Buy 8 tody fthortheod by mall, wader et*

s I... to nothing in ravorof the tlplver lire and )des. J, M. Turner Jr.. of : perlea-e4 doers sleaograpaer. Com, *. 4JEBF
'.tty ef Florida "scrub" team Jacksonville, spent Thanksgiving' with pie te course '10. Bue,eee gasraateed, --, .- .-. -. ,.

, .AI a deviation from friends In this cityMrs. or money funded. For farther. pew. ii'OiIT'Pa4Lxa 1
the regula heelers addre
...U,. Dtea-egropher. r. O.
MoPt.t of Ilfe f a number of the young 8. T. Dell has returned from a Dos 901, Jacksonville... .,.. tar
hive decided to In and Mrs 1
participate vr.ittoh.rpareetsRCapt.In
I tk.....q..4>ra4. skating party tonight I at i W. T. WeekIn titarke. Matting Victors eisloslvelyi whol*sle. sad

is,femiasr1.... flail nek. litte> a nu m-I For bo4Irdl.. retail, Meiropolltsn Talking. Maehlae Fresh Saltwater Fist
U .t'4ID., their intention of house rally tarnished ( have plenty or Oo..J..ho.III.. Via Ag.aM wanted

boarders sow S.. Ferdinand Bayer Portend of --
Wars eommcndable energy poem. City.K. H. A. Oeaia, one of the

rLBefc hms cecored pernaiasloo' of f) Bt.nford.p.elal a< lb. ikoritie. 8t...., Is atteadlag N41n. lo thle. city.Prevenle .
u.. ..,.. at Washlngioo to bav. Paul Brown a clerk lo the Units .. ,. j
L .. mall bo... repainted. 3 try States land offlce. have returned froiOaala ... Heeo\scHe
will ask for bid. from the local where they have been attendIng Largo
Ltat.r.. aDd Fo",. 'be.t fo-itl4. i esa. tta-
work I .
2p.* g4 .0 be the Called Slates CoeamUslooer!
g* I. a f.w d.,.. ShipmentJust r.>.*. IrealsMiak of ,....., flits lad ,'
eonrt. To.le r.I",..,,...,..).*. she liter aaxjdlgevtlt sad OYSTERS :

--'- $ art... so that they ... the"r |I. rear e f Yrr.itar. Cempssf)

own with sad frtl8ee ye.r ...,.... (JAINC.'JVJLLt
Receivedand tUMs ..,1.., f.l ire ,,,",b,.. Callre .., : FLORIDA

.REMOVAL SALE. I real...., 9ft J,, W. J... .. .
MeCollemA Cia w .' .ar'<| to .....aa.i|.M
. sad W M J.*s*.a. 0.......... the trade with the best th*. .......1,
I The .. .,.,-. ,.
.* order. redoee stock, ...I.c been forced to vacate or pr...e !*caU ;a .
!<: *a3t U' I.we .....loaff..oar..U.. stock of 1MPOBTKD CIIIXA Cad Prices

T CLASS: at greatly redeeM prl. .. T. F. TNUMASUNDERTAKING

-. ,7 At the *... IIID.e.. will offer our entire and *>.. dock of FAKCV' IIOLI Arc Y. P. UADMnmO! ..
at prtee that will .
be toy advaetatww CO.k
J*!d.* bare ,*.. largest aMt>re, .el..t4sto.k I. Cowls Florida or BOOKS RIght.New .... -

- ASD POST CARD ALUCMJ. an4 oh 11N1 ovelti.*, I7ULL.I.It4tOP
Y r a..rr k4Q .rtrs far Pipe* ad s..n.'lel". NIIW 00005_
tVaUrnaaV* roa.ta4a Pens

You Will Save M.nay by Buying Now Real Estate and ...Jr. StMxo1CNC3Ti1.

A.. J. York Rental. Oroier. TA1llfTU1LM!
aary 1 .. ...
r- wui be fltt.-4 ep ..bor..q..r ." to tW stuwht
-=r red not
teat i4by mmj SrA5D wkrev .e react.
Just Mn+ etre w (VIDALM
; a e .Uae aa.e of I"r"..................
liberal reteoaa gi. _. .
Racket ------ - -

Y*>ar. r* f..* iMMl 555541*4 t* all ....**tt*
***. -*- U.. *.* tI' .,..'.... .........
A. .......,..... 5.
VIDAL & CO., : Pblfs-r Bros ,,-.-

GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. fJ.laottrlllt. J"1ed4a.
UilDY.SYLU.L. jriOBU'A. .

'--'-=- ,-' -' ,...".:."' .,. +t.Wtl -tMl iI Yt1111s+ehyi.. r-I._: i


ggd by Or

lt Told 10 Shat Pf4p0 c

O papers for ,,a 916
_s oae. 2[- --9- -
iosoe Fl~lakeu -* b for

lshad and Marble as ever daH
rille Bakery.
Wy ,ogers sad i mngqrm *-
o. Gaineville Bake17.
Two furnished room for reat, with
401 East Orange oteet.o
Mis AnneB FowlerofJMekietvilll i
h heeity. a guest of her brother, J.
Mr. sad Mrs. H. A. Pelkett of New.
terry are on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J.
l. Fowler.
Lat-On Wednesday i pair of gold
psestele. Reourn to thil oase and
Pi reard.
F p. H. Baker, who owns a naval
doreM plaet In OsmpTille, spent
fbakagiving with hie family in this
D E. Godwin of Fairbanks, manager
of the Chue naval stores intert,
us a banioers visitor to this oity yes.
lost what you want-Bla BRibbon
Lem n and Vanilla. Abeolately pore,
tw ce as far and the "Blue Ribbom
faior" is perfeetiom.
Tim Bailey and 0. B. Weeks of New.
brm were in the itly Theraday, hav.
l been summoned on boslnems eon-
,ested with the cireout ooert."
Miss Annie Soarrett has retired
fmm High Point, N. 0 where she hb
ken on a visit to her brother, Ohas.
arrest. Friends ar glad to wel-
0em her home aspie.
Tt e who will partialpate in the
Sai Wur the Elks' memorial service
ma Suday are rqeested to m et In
helee Itre room of the BapM charebh
SI8 o'eloek Friday eyesal.
Strayed, from my home os morning
Of ovember 2b, es o large Jersey sow,
lavig| leather bakilter Very libgh
lor; hooked borns. Reward for in.
ihmslo0e a to her wh4ba rboelt. J.
I. Dell, Osiaeeville.
The friends of 1ilal6 Mi Wills La.
rande', daalhter of Mr. sad MN. W.
L. LGrade, are glad to me her out
spin, after a sargial opeitluo, the
ul i, lIdy havia been oompell"d so
ha* her tooneel removed.
T1 game of football as the bieoabll
uk yesterday aftaraoeo betweam the
OUiiersity Nad Ulivetlty High
kShool teams reeolfd is a more of If*
tem to nothing ina favor of ith Opiter-.
*ty of Florida "srrb" teamn.
As a deviao fro thoe reglalr
'sti of life, a meaber o the yomag
poel- have dcdMed to participate is
* ***q'-rde skating p nty Selght at
* emaary Hall rink. Qele a mam.
' ** *hasIB4ed their lateatio of
.-' dirag
S* th eommeadabhie oe gy Petmes.-
I I h hae secured persitlele o
i* horitoe* at Wagtlstee so have
** maJl bee repalsJesod. Mr.
1 P sill k for b6e fem lheal
^,, .*hd woe. isespected to be
'r a f te days

. .



Sole Agents

All Silverware Brass, Copper, Gold,
Nickel, Zinc Tin and Enaml are ,
oaiovreq, eGal Fzurem, Marblework,
Ior-, Voodwork, Tile, Onyx, Vail
Decorations, etc. :: Non-inflamable

Select a soiled

place on

your paint-

ed wood work and

try a



BACK if it fails to

please you.


Bread and rolls hot for dinner every
day. Gainesville Bakery.
Cream paof every oaterday after.
noon. Galineville Bakery.
A mew lot of young obhkens Joes re.
solved at 0. 8. Morokhal & Oo's.
For she beet priated stationery as
lowest prices eall at The SBa ofte.
Any eake knows to the trade made
to order oe short notee. Oslamsville
Wood-Our big blu esart fall of dry
wood for $1. Galasnville Plaolng and
Coes Co.
Watod-Laerers a sewer werk.
Will py1. pWrd&aybrI e. Apply
Why est breed a day old whes yoe
naa get is hot as the Osalaville Bak-
cry for diase(?
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Teraer. Jr.. of
Jackaooville, speaS TThaakgivilm with
friends in this ilSy.
Mrs. 8. T. IDoll ha rtarad from a
mit to her pareae, Oaspeai aid Mrs.
W. T. Weekt. Is IeMke.
For Rest-Tweoty-room board leg
hooe. folly furnished; have plenty of
boarders now. 8o* Fertdisad Bayer.
E. It Staenord. peesialapes. and S.
Pael Browo. a **erk is the unitedd
s8la land oUe*, have reteraed from
Goals, where they laee bem astoed*.
lag tae 'Uised 8ttes Commisitoaer's



'- c~r~vrto redoop so", hattingbsf eestvso wedto vCROoar pro Iesen&lNt~
4Jttmar, v inewlteaggosrgom ires" 91 F4 TXCHINA a
I- &4 at geSm" day emd P0l.0S
411 samee time 9 w je will eb sour sti mod now WWI*t'@ fFANCY 11' 31.1
AfI Sas et Pf st hee Ill be to Pow 119810108
%A. NRT 1.'otres eMWIXG AD seLTSEM Sm (" y XI..ewwcA.
t 'POW? CARD ALVMUS.and et6609as jovIle
h" edqcaemfee tpipes cmWSmokeW A "'
A1~.lot e Wsarum~eis 1486m pow.

YIN WM save Honey by soling New#
1"4417t5Uy1Iwe win befasedorpfavorsa"eC')ris t"''"on5h'#%L

rem. m po.amr.u,


W. L. w1 reimed yeterdat trom
a business tp to Jakeonvilllo.
FuraiaLed room to rent on bloak ad.
Joioing square Rantleman only. AD*
ply 308 atimLlberty estree or Su of*
Distriel Superlntendent H. A. Ford
of the Atlaatio COast Line, who makes
him headqlantere in Jacksonville, woa
in the city on offlelal business yeoter.
d A

.Mro. H. Hersog, ar., is in the
from New York on a vinit to her
D0 T. i erapg, Jr 8'" appears
pleased with Oaloinsville and


Fur Sala-FilO farm near Hagne,
r850 cr oflood dwelling, stable, bare
and' onthooems. Aho two-acre lotoon.
taininigr Sa dwelling and stable in
East Ualasoville. Apply to John B.
D.II, (;alaeville, Fla.
Miss Qulatilla Bollock, of Live Oak
High Sohool, is in the city on a visit
to Dr. F. Praoeott Bullock. Prairie
avenue. As atnilv Kentookian, Miss
Bnllock expresses her deliRht and love
for Florida cllmate, people and fruits.
All the ommitles for the Wo.
man's GOuld bssar to be held oeat
Wednesday at the Elks' Home, are
bard at work and every Indleastlo
points to a mea sOO ueofo) and later.
esotiig ocealies. A more extended so.
tie w ill appear later.
Strayed-irofm my home at Gor.
don on Meaday, one mare, with fol-
lowing dee tlon LUttle white blase
in forehead, bMaded on her right fore
shoulder, **L 8.." mole under right
uho ldt r. Color, sorrel. Reward for ln-
formafloa. J.0. Cromarty. Atls, Fla.
M. dalsaJ.B. Outler and W. N.
Wilson, sad Mrs. A. V. Sadler and
M r. Jesse Bortis and son, Jesse. Jr.,
.Mrs. Ann Milliner, Mr. and Mrs. Hen.
ry Milline sad baby, and MiM Hattie
Ipnnis hae rotorned from a pleasant
sojourn of a few days with friend lIn
Tampa sad slighteenl at the State
The Elks' boie Is destined to be one
of the hadaomeet sad most modern
in the eiaty. Wwk Is being pushed
rapidly, ad the order expeoot to be in
its new qe rters by the first of the
year. The billdlag. whibh will be
large and mamleatly armaigad, will
be equipped with stam hseatinS ap-
paratus la adiles tm*o ope IrplaOea,
thes aseamlag ceamert at all $ae.











Pbd.i Sm.

PE| ,E

Should Intere GtbetMa illv
M. Joe. F. bradley, a prominent
drustia of New Brusewlek, N. J..
write "Ib have sold Vlol, the sod
litve ioi without oil, for the
past Years, and it has ives per.
feet l etimlot.
I "'I mow es Viaol nto my fally and
earn highly recommend it. It s le .
ways a pleasure to rewoMeioad a
med leals that I kave fooad t be INS*t
The reason Viool is so flat -sel-
WMdiEg and so tor superior to Ml- m.
losed od liver oil aod omealste b
beuse it onola@M Iall of the qied"-
ml, tody-boildli oelemente of ec
llver oil setually taken from the fmb
eods' livers, with ll of the uneles and
eaoestiong oil eliminated aM toslt
Iron added.
Vinol makes pore, ris, red blood.
It Is dollolous to take and the ,webest
stomach ean retain it.
As a bodybuilder, and sawrgth re.
ator for old people, weak woesn, dell.
ote children, after slekees, sad for
all pulmonary disease Viaolls Inm-
meided by over 6,000 of the I ingdi
drugilst of the United Staes. Tooe
money boak If it does not do all We
claim for Il.-W. M. Johnae, Drao*
Norm-While we are sol* iagoe for
ViWol in Galamsvllel. i s now for salo
at the leading drox store In nearly e*
ory town and ely in the *0ois9y.
Look for the Vinol epacy. in year

Charlie Thompson Shot Another No-
gro. With Serious Results.

Information reached this city Thurs.
day of a tragedy as Dettloe Oo'e.
wood camp on Sunday nlght, which
eost one life, the victim dylai a few
hoors after the tragedy.
The partloulars are very meagre,
bu Its sees that OCharlie Thompeon,
egro, became involved Ia a dispute
over a trivial matter with other *o*
gro, the msse of whowml oolM ot be
leasred, whom the gem were brought
Ito amoies. The lead free Tohmpeose'
gas entered li bekt of the eter mea,
pealeg through his body, with the r.
elst that hb died.
After ithe abetiag T hepema made
his aeepe, ad is still at liberty,
Mr. sad Mr. W. E. Dow sad Me.
Oaoeg. P. Mortle left yesterday to
Hab S~riaun,. were Im alght
Urhy aded a red ball sad boa.
qe 11ib Opriap lede, Kaeight
tof lythlp, il sam-me- m alea of the
eeth sealveest of the ledea. Mr.
Mari lateeoed to Mve peoa. bet we'
9eWoed hbm o important basiam-
all ter te departure of the ala
Stdy ebohthad by mal lsador e *
Plo auSowser 1s0 S eeeo phem scee
o mnow g snudad. Fe feulor wa
MeIeee addWma SteeO mepber, P. 0.
Boe. Jaeieeeri lle, r st

really Me,, irepallaa Ulakwo N
OnJaoeaosUe.Fla. ,1ASMew-a.ed.
R. A. rked 4 Omo. Me of tbe
mees widely owss etaesw I so th
Sl.te, ito suedigocesn skthisedity.
Fewaseo0eaf leX-- Ad II,
Force sheet 3a-caid them. Se.
mo* sMeotmsat of Uvtr Ptol ndI
ook FSMosts eeo om eb ShO io* dO
deolieto Polnrsaasethat I"ydo 011W
we west sad tenee yeor lteI.
tme 6 ageeass eerw uMeble. bliea
strIeOee 0e. J.W MN oele a Co
Msd W U. Jaebes. Oela4evtle.


ase I~tamsa

lmnEs L F111.


To our ew location. on co r
Mst North of PoetofMee, wh
up will be pleaded to grtot
Mad do *or best to please yo
Oysters, Steaks and Short Or

Cotft the bet. $9erythim
Bles. aOme cooked to order
for spotsamn.


8008 BREAI


IT's To i *OWN Fa
Ite you doiwi




Blectrl Supp

d60 "mptlb. 3octui"j-
of an ab.
113 W. UNION

*i N m I


led I

JEFF 8101


Fmk 6su Sit

its mmesof fVeow mbue b
someIftd NW-

saw$. Is t~

UNe sued


New Ox
asac Mfle.
MA .. IW~S




'1;, .

_ .- -- -~






': '^K.*7', Yt


a m-...-.-


-- I


,.~ 0w

to Disturb


cOnwgmNS rooeiraLT

S ye President Acted Illegal-
l iSd Punlehed Innesent with the
l Expressed His Usual Views

WOih., Nov.,. I.-iThe efortat o
gmros of Chleago to prevent
States Benator Benjami R.
from delivering an address
-,Tueoday na Orchestra hall be-
of the positUo be ha assumed
the aegro raee was Uaneaoem-

SWhe the South Carolin aeator
wed early ain the afternoon he was
of threats of injunction proceed-
to prevent him appearing on the
er platform and of a money
40ration that had been offered
h he, would caenel his engagement,
at Mr. Tillman declared it made no
orenoe to him kat the colored
e of Chicago w be was going-

forgot forty years o more than you
ever knew."
"You make up your minds that
equality before the law, I*hIh the
fifteenth amendment uaut It
right and should 0e entomed itwth-tb-
standingl its u. If ts lawiv was
enforced it ould result In two states
at leat, being dominated abslutely
by negroes, while four other sales
would be ear 4eoat governed by
the negro that there would be prac-
tically an equal division of offloeb.
(A voiee: How about the law?)
"The law? To hell with such laws!"
After telling lan detail ow the ne-
grO Is prevented from eating his bal-
lot In the south. Senator Tlllman
"Tbhere is a great deal more to this
Question than the little racket here in
A voies: "How about the negro
Seaitor Tillma: "Well, I will tell
you about your nearo Judge and about
your political tIaehines putting him
on your ticket and bamboosling tbose
poor, ignorant baboons into electinga
him, aad then afterwards you fellows
who voted the ticket without knowlang
what was on it, fld a way to *hbat
him out of t,.
"No matter what thd people la the
north may say or do, the white race
la the south will never be dominated
by the negro, and I want to tell you
now that If some state should ever

11 s eongsaemeot, and o I eh Pt make an effort to 'Save South Caro-
word. lina' we would show them nl their fa-
Prom the time he arrived Ina Chl- n m that we will make It red
4Ad e nator Tillman was guarded *Mzore we make It black.
bY pnooe and private detective and "God Almighty made the Caucasian
VWll be until be leaves for Aond da i better clay than the Mongolian
W 'isla. Thlt Ie la s ooordance or the African, or any other race.
th order lasued by Mayor Bd- The Ethioplan is the burden bearer.
W~ad F. Dnne, who was scheduled He has dose absolutely nothing for
P1 prelIde at the meeting but who history, nor has he ever achieved
to have 8astl o0 do with aMythlaig of great Importaacee. There
sek after a itee of ues are no great men amoeg the race.
ad vitted him a few days ago "Yet this people baa bees picked
efsed tr-oo ooetio tog out by the fanatic of toe aorthnlad
Tllla'e appearance oa tIe lifted up to the equality of ctltseasilp
a ker' pletferm. aad to the rights of suffrage. No
Senator Tillmaa save his addre-s doubt mDay of you have listened lo
by foety detecutve ae r the oratory of the gmeatet m oree
of Amatotaat Ilet of p '. mS o( this oeuntry-Dooker T.
lk Suttler. la Ulat.o WaMtangton. He had a white thther,
MS U01ble, a amber of poticemen however, and his brasl and his char.
1 11 kept at nearby stations la re- atr s bhas inberited from that
_P", but they were ot called for. father."
S R eroM poleemae staged with Benafor Ttlman thea told his audl-
h e crowd of white people and aegr e e of the attacks oe white women
which blocked the uesM t nla fot of by Ba In the south., ad adolared
*e ball. that l people of the north were. Ia
Sth e audie0fee wre many e I great measure, reMsponible er his
1 0,. but they Itatened to sonetor oState oa tlr*.
'V ONaa'& remarks good saturedly ad in coeoaollse, senator Tltlmaa
theogt he wasa iterrupted Maay M id:
M e by those who wished to as " a general llstratftl of
t-Meas, tm Wellewag npaeed of tr e taJuese that Is sosmeteUat dose.
etUIt aay trouble developlag. rrdeldnt Moonevelt dliarged with-
I i iadi t ep to bls address "shalt o wut cou artial, ad tI olaSg this
1h 0 aed WI0fte A sen Cabal' Mr. he pathet taimoeesat men for the
ilUma" eritlUied Mayor Doaame's a e- ei eOf a fw. Ia dotag this lihe
tine a reftalag to preede at te tranecended the authority of the law.
eeU g ll ad e oght Not to have dome it."
"I v bees told that I have bo- Durtag Mr. T'llman's speehk a so-
mobbed by the mayor of this city." vo ad a Reaia were arrfted for
Oid the Maenae creating a ditturbaaee la the gallery.
*I ever aw Mayor DuaNe la my
fM. I did Met ask him to be e Tells ef eeDtruttln .
aiUIt to latioa s to to this ml- Bas rmtelso. Nov. l .-.Jamee
qsg. htr d04 I s k say e** toei l Donmell, a coaoo later who arrived
S If aay i M y bons e bbed. be n the etemr a" asun. ram
Sto t Ie grameou lde4 Who played Osatemala. tells of the doetructios
U1t1 iseethaIe to s ladies wo r O Iked of Tutpe during a hurricanes which
this ioUang to serel moy r the O type drasa I thOe eigbo ring

*4 Mao Duaes. the create of a elus. Tutlupe Itel la in out of
eU Ma bour. to om ftur.od a Ue way part of Tehauntepee and its
S' sal hW to eme -w a 0 1populalteOs amounts to I.e00. Whe i
"I bave bt*n adverited to digseum theU kurise was at ih eight tahe
th a Oranetkma of Cua." asanoened town W as dated by a rte t
Ur. Tillman. 'but tn view or the river o n wbhcb it is sltuate ald
4W 4m1at I could t dieuGs that sU4 l of tO buildings we" wash4
$ without dt,,rta11 tlhe q, e* away. The tliabbitas" souagh ry-
1.. I aMa guASI to at the matter e to tree, but many of them wen
E' gaUN a4n tons raighttorwad. wahed away durtMg the Night. The
hamme man Therteg a ratshiwal g ew. ea4 far received from the aees
Af a man Ths *..,Ihall dig".% g 04 from tbo 0
j lbo e Tre provblhe rIurt a stpie lo dIs tear to not vWy edtllt* lt its
U as Aeri tan .ll,4nt (l- ihathreeltw as eardse of 1lif. but
M1r' to kmy s t*kw* ne ws l thast uly 4 people wer
tg and t e dtsS.t h ., i drowsed. Nearty all at the t
te aft i. I b el* *. ..... ,r hq ~Ih's tl the ton wee w w ept ar a by
d than saOy .ter ina ,a Ao aIn thf td.
1to t dtage this gqe.'r I am i a WH Ch .a M, .^
ta ha. my appr e Jt e. 4 ,a A 6 W Ill, MCst.. Nov. 1t3 --4over,
thertee bourki"101I".
11I@be h" ws a4itend M t1a MsLBIe Cou-
While ditrsltag tb.he h ri. of rv est t. aghter ,
Mamedment of the e Mtttvtki a ,o, red., to Ctbres the twfr
A deMard gae he w Ie' r Aaua Ch wUil be ah t
IWt that a White iaa kaJ. db e I, Nwsv t D e. I
lI1r1aid ee o-ratl times by. oe rf
is tlhil t rs. wk-,t ep t 4 .I '-
-IemalwaotKrbluv*,, Drep. Deed Pe term5i Op*et%^..
lantall Mr TiU '..a m**r.sei to ^ .es tW.a ,pers as .. I
toper, aad -x NL"tJ a. i 5 r, .q .,1. 4
h. Sahut yer nCeth't YcT' ..';ti .: trivn ea.tca &.; I. i
Se A. 5, C of t1 4.It I o.^ t1e04 deat.



Much Time Was Spent In 8e
curing Jury.



Dr. James N... ille Was the First
qWitneee Called-Gun and Cartridges
Used in the Gun Are Exhibited Jh
Atlanta, Nov. 29.-J. H. Crutch-
felk, the machinery agent, was plac-
ed on trial In the superior court, the
criminal division, Judge Roan preeld-
Ing, Wednesday morning. The charge
against him is shooting his wife, Mrs.
iallie Cruchbfeld, with latent to kill.
Muah time was spent In selecting
the Jury. The remnants of several
panels were used to choose the jury
from, considerable difficulty being ex-
Dr. James N. Ellis. who attended
Mrs. Crutchfleld, lu her illness, was
the first witness.
The gun used by Crutchflold when
he shot his wife and the cartridges
were exhibited In court.
Mrs. Hattle Barrett, who testiflel
about Crutchfleld's alleged threat, was
In the court room.
It was stated that an effort would
be made to have Mrs. CrutchSeld
brought Into court if she were physic-
ally strong enough.
Reuben R. Arnold. V. A. Batch-
elor and J. X. McClellaad represent

Threatened to Kill Reekedellor.
New York, Nov. U.--Charged
with tarneeting to kill Jota D. Rock-
efeller unless he paid her a atllou
dellare, 'Mn. Rose Dellaka Deaels
RHadleld. 40 years Wage, was ar-
.reted nl troat of the oeesN of the
Guardian Trust company to lower
BRadway. The arrest was mado on
a warrant lassed by a police magis-
trate. At the district attorney's of-
See, Mrs. Handleld said that her
husband had been In the oil business
but that he had been ruined by the
Standard Oil company. Mrs. Hand-
fold charged with having forced
herself lato the ofiese of Mr. Roeke-
feller's secretary las Friday and de-
clare d he wanted a *mllioi dollars
and that If bhe did not get it forth-
with, she would kill Mr. Rooeekefelle
aad burs dowa the building where the
company's ocees are rated.

Dsk Will eo Coedemnewd.
'ortsmouth, N. H.. Nov. SO.-
Prom telegramle orfdre resolved
here from the navy departest at
Waahtngtos. stoppsag all work o tahe
old wooden dry dock, it is believed
that thisisaitorte steuture whbit baa
held some of the most famous Ight-
itg ships of three American wars, Is
to be eoademaed. The dook has
bees la ac eserrvies astae Ils and
amoag the vessels It has hld ardthe
Constltatsc. the KearMar soad the
KtalMghb. The orwtgal co st the
dock was over half a million of del-
lars. L the past two ears over
$1io.o00 has bhoe espeaded ia s-
seuerssul erts to make it erviee-
able and there it oaddersood to be
oIcial oppolti*e to mead any mere
money on it.

M Pereweo Leo With 8hip.
Wlartoe. Ontarto. Nowv 2 -The
rottntg s'raP'- J. H. J onef. owned
by the t'raftrd Tg ieompaay. a o.-
real coerra. ftawderi 01 o9 Cape
('nwkr. and all hadae *cre ot The
cr roimalted of 12. a' twaif W ar.
toe-a. ad the aambe etf press laet
estimated at It. Pan t f the emal.
a nf*eboat sad two aWd-* *4d bod I
h*al btn lh4ad by la.!ae a theb
bort a aurs of the Cbr s% tLanad
INlet arep w oeat M rt- fIr *art-
VVrr and wrwkage.

eeOMSAY Owes IM we we.
Nurtla.Sm,. 29.-A chosamadsda
OUbuf04totd the aifw~Ad Tweday
Oseaag I.mkA rauabft Cs cerming
ruaw" bas sler' tool *weew~e
Mo tftp*#Ut dst aUn". ~ OlGA
On. "*Octt1. 13..&a I Uat m"
a"m UV !bat m ap .g 4t asth

mug1 end asey


Father of Congreeman-leet Edwardi
Fracture His Hip.
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29.-4t ii
feared that T. J. U'wardJ. of Daisy.
Tattuall county. Will not survive In-
Jurlies hf received last week. He
was striuk on the hip by the sweep
of a stulp puller and very badly In-
Jured. His left hip is fractured and
he has several Internal Injuries.
C. G. Edwards, sonressman-elect
from the first congressional district,.
has gone' to his fathers bedside. He
was ln Savannah Tuesday and stated
that he believed his fa ber was fa-
tally injured.
T. J. Edwards, is a well known
south (eorglan. He has represented
'Tattnall county in the legislature and
has occupied other positions of hQpor
and trust. He is a member of Mc-
Law's United Confederate Veterans.,
and attended the reunion here.a few
weeks ago. His friends throughout
the state hope that he will get well.
He is so badly Injured that it has
been deemed Inadviaable to bring him
to Savannah to put him in a hospit-
al, as his family wanted to do.



dugar Merger For Louisiana.
New Orleans. La., Nov. 29.-
Plans to form a $28,000.000 merger,
of IAnil4tanoa sugar plantations and
sugar houses were announced Wed-
nesday by a commiwee In charge of
the project. This committee con-
sists of Henry M. Mitchell. Reuben
0. Bush, B. A. Oxnard, of New Or-
leans, and Charles Moore, of Schrie-
ver, La. The ieon Godchaux com-
pany, owning several of the richest
plantations In the state, Is ne of the
backing Interests. The plans con-
template centrallsed management of
the plantations, centrally located su-
gar bouen and erection of a refin-
ery at New Orleasa for handlnlg the

SLuther Furster Was Convieted.
Atlanta, Nov. iW.-4ather Pra-
ster, the aegre who atered the boue
of Rev. T. L. DBrya, a Methilat
minister. on the night of Sept. 20.
&ad In a partially disrobed condition.
sought to saeult Miss Orrie Bryaa.
was convicted In the superior sert
of attempted criminal amsalt and
aentaeed by Judge Roan to Aften
years in the penitentiary. Prasier.
who ts shout t0 years old, will have
to face another trial upm as lndiet-
maat chargintag attempted etmaaM as-
muat upon Mrs. Bryas O the same

Robbed and Left Toe Ree.
otebervUle. 0., Nov. 38.-..
ward Coultker, a tapter, wae d.-
tacked oa the West Virgla ls1de of
the Ohio river by timn, who teek
iM monoy eustpped him of l elk h-
tag amd left hi oanamaa withM
his body lyIlag crie stUll burig
eonal of a Ire. e revived -.
eientlyto roll away ffrm the In, Mad
save a deerttlse Of tsbe aumaanta,
who have set yet bees apprehended.
Ooetr easnot recover.

Deghter Kile MetOer and etlf.
Upper Aaduhy. 0.. NM W.--
OCaeat Stuba O eadeed a veet
at the enath at Mrs. Memry Mar-
mR bed h er ia u. M1ary.V Ga
eaS of murder sad eield. He may
(he dsaftr kle ber mother aad
herself with met It was acV 4
believed thai the two w1ma had be
aaphyxtated by seamlag e s their

MitUM". Noe.-33.-41 was an-
munred here Tuesday aight that t"e
orgnsuatim C4 the W"630 eTrust
c~mW a. Whichbisleobe klodatedi
%.. Taft city. hAd bencoa t ped.
tk)Gbord Ofditie~tWO JNI84iu40 'hs.
U Schwab. hem. predstdentcithe
Va!:ed Sftates*StVO W 'po s. Tbe
c"ta4l 804 o sphwo atthe fe-UmPuY is
Vi 1,4.04.eeThe to~al subw"tpsmo
I've the ereek wumen wvud. wu own
l 'han OWW

S-.'a,; 4 e Am W a0.00 b i
Mi-uiagbam. Ala .NSo,,33-ig

CL.e, et*ag' ea Ka F. s!
340Ca's roonpt'n es cc a .I
CA' eqo~. W: tbftmgh a

b 166orw ajusm.




Remarkable Casi ct Whola


Not Only It Is Alleged that M,N-.
rey PoIoned Husband and Htr
Children, but Death of Two 0

Persons Is Laid To Her.

Philadelphia, Pa., N, .,
most remarkable ca 'of .
poleoning of person '.0 :
ance money that ha.s \.
earthed in this city is cha .. :
Bridget Carey, who wae c.
her home Tuesday. She. ;,
of age, and lIs charge .
poisoned her husband, I'
two children, Mary, a,I :.
ale, aged 6, who dii,i, ,
and Patrick and Ceclla ,
in the Carey house at 11'.: ii.....
All of the alleged victini. i: i -
in eleven hours and th.' i
that Mrs. Carey ben 11 !.
death to the extent of .. ..
the collection of inburaL(.,
mans arrest followed a :,, .
made Into the dcarths f ,-
children which occurri i *,
It wa said at the !'.; .' *l
deaths were caused bh .,i':. :;
ed candy or candy tl.a na!'
deleterious substances.
An analysis of the cat;IT, l ;b
the children are said to ha, tu:rc
ed showed that It contar..'t nn p
onous subsianoe, and when '< ron
Phyalelan Wadsworth mauilt an an1
* sisal of the stoj achs of the rhi:;rea
found the little girls died from ai-
teal poldoning.
According .to Captain of ":,l ti
Donahy It was learned tha' tl, l
dren were Insured for $12:p ith
that Mrs. Carey collecte l acom
after their deaths. The imp,'~t
flelals say they learned Oiha,'
man had secured rat poii :ni
further examination It as, f?." *I
Patrick and Cecelia (',ok. r : -
sister, who lived with MI'.. 'C
had died within a few n:>,': ; '!u
suspicious circumstance r \lt
bad been the lessor of ", '* '
Mrs. Carey was a tenan'
The police ofelcally sa ,
Cook wa la iured for :'" "
of Patrick Cook, her br, '.-"
that oa Aug. 1. s1. dl di I'
had ben lansured for v !' n 'N"
bhi sister. He collected ' t
aae* oa her polley after f and Mrs. Carey took up 1-' ***-
the ouseO. Thereupon Pa* k '
made his lasuranoe In fa.' 'V
Carey aad shortly hereaf "
ea ill and died.

Take Halifax Dock va'4
Halifax. N. S.. Nov :', I
nouneemeat has been niA 1
Caaadian government W ,
the Haliftx dock yards -'
from the British iowverrr""
to me of theainal step ;I
of the rittis gowernn -,' 9
the defense aad militnr -;-
of the clokie lato toth '
coloi al govermes Crt a 4
to keep p upthe ect.r. e
meat and to allow th' e
the yards for eoall n a 1 '
tio adtrafty im the **" '
other ee rgsery Mas
docks Tb"e dwk I**'
Clades several s.O *A-'
coverlag about fortY acr
Fte OMsetj R '
f4:!mat ) \ (
broke oat at sid'
1t'1mer 4eO'* t. It&
frItlbt 'ath a., HIe .'
[PfIt a A drug *t.a 're A.
p!AB'. sa'. r.e t
ao T.- ". .

Seated Zr

~ :'~'a'
.-, f Si

ft" &VOW.

4 0

'W', ,
Nos 2;12 J."o

P~" ~ ~j i ';-k'i






gAfter Bsy r5j
K deville, Ga., -*.
8ad last dir. s k 10.0, 0
Georgla cone
tmad ediy for the bt"S i
to get their *pgie t 6t
SisbhoP Ward waas amio" .'
aldomta, thbe sat of th" Wth
.; conference. Thete was a
uoa to hurry to tim e a Md
owereace was IMPAStet 0 a7
Sgj seemed to have a S108 speech
pl.utit of thaan"s O W m-- -
m.f Bisop Ward we&M passed
great enthusiasm and the bl
in a a fenleJou and feeln
i. n his remarks the biabop
if his health failed, he would
"to North Oeorgia aad tabUh
itnerant jewelry store. and with
we presented to Dr. W. F.
m ex-presidl edr of rif
E t, a handsome watch. In
same of the people of the d1i-
Dr. Glean made a happy r-
MT_ # retiring elders were rOM em-
by the people. 'he peiiole of
geville, the rallreab and the
were thanked for courtaees.
IrW. I. H, Miller, Q the olee.
lMemorial church, u with the
Georgia conference. H1 was
prominent member of the Methodist
pal church, north.
Cartersville, Ga., was elected as
for holding the next confer-

&I.Burhans Testifies After Pour Years
0.8. Burhans of Oarlisle Center,
1. Y., writes: "About four years ago
Jerote yo0 stating that I hlad been
irely eared of a severe kidney trou.
l| by taking less than two bottles of
flIl's Kidney Cure. It entirely
d the briok dt sediment, and
giasnd symptoms of kidney disease
i'ediasppeared. I am glad to say
at I have never had a return of any
ithos*e symptoms during the four
oe inatl bave elapsed and I am evi-
ailfy eared to stay eared, and heart.
'1 noommend Foley's Kidney Cure
s snyoue offering from kidney or
lMdder trouble." J. W. MeOollom

bergla-Florida Lumber Company.
Jfkamnville. Fla., No,. .--At a
biting here of the GodrglaM-lorlda
lamber association, armagement
Iwe made for a conference h i next
Fbrury of the Baltimore Lumber
aleruassoclatilon, the Wfolemie
Limber Dealers' ssoclatlon, of New
Tk, the Yellow Pla e change of
N ev York. and the Boston Lumber
Tdu n association with the view of
*curIl closer reIaUons In the fu-
tIister Expires In Preenoee of Clasa.
New York, Nov. 29.-After Relat*
In ,ho or his experleaee to a
tir r. St. luke'a Methodist lpso-
l rburch. LoAng Branch. N. J., In
t mn'I., of which he expressed him-
5,f r. ady to go when the master
ei, .tm. Edmund West, an octo- piired Just ae h resumed
S Pt alMrmbers of the cIS gath-
I4 Ar.2id the prostrae form of th
*4 L.aU and knelt la prayer.


Ynank-'lf to be
W.-Y suffer from
gr hA lverfiea

ar~ywa tftfrom sevhen

anal I.. Ih

Ir* C. a-

k :1haw r Navyand Te Or@@ of
thethe oL41ne0 o onr
toe Lesfem e Rease.
aore y" ago In a city to fVance I M E
-2 the soldiers were drawn up ean the
O sa. A woman In the habit of char-
S was called out In front of the gov-
Senr general, and this is what he said a
I "Mother Mary Teresa, when yoe#
: wre twenty years of age you received
8 wound from a cannon hall while aw-
iltlng one of the wouu. ....
It at Balaklava. In 185 the abell
ftma a mitralUeuse laid you prostrate
Ia the front ranks oa the battlefield of' ....
IM Nta. Since then yo have been In Three ways are i
91ft In China and In Mexico, and if uw Wes eu t
yO were not wounded it was not be- for Crag and pre
CRUie you have not exposed yourself. bacco for the mar
'"in 1870 you were taken up In Rele. bacco or the mark
fen covered with many saber cured, air cured a
woeads. Such deeds of heroism you .
owned a few weeks ago with one of The Old and cheap
ae most heroic actions which history cured; the later dis
reordt. A grenade fell upon the am. v-ed wa is cle
lance which was under your charge,. proved way s called
I Tl took up the renade in your ams; I In id curing the
yo0 amiled upon the wounded who fu 5 bn
looted at you with feelings of dismay; from the fields and
you carried It a distance of eighty me- e built to .
tar. On laying It down you noUced CSpei u t
that it was going to burt. You tihrw there suMb acted to a
yourself on the ground; It burst. You -
were seen covered with blood, but temperature produce
when persons came to your assistance heat of flame hea
you roe up smilingll, as la your wont. .
You were scarcely recovered from your brings out ID the
wound when you returned to the hoe- Stimilafting tate a
pital whence I have now summoned o
WO" expert.j.roasting dev
Then the general made her kneel coft" These similar
down and, drawing his sword. touched T C Simla
her lightly with It three time on the to both tobacco and c
shoulder and pined the cross of the and stimulating q
LeWgon of Honor on her habit, saying: ng and stimulating q
"I put upon you the cross of the ularizes their use.
brave In the name of the French people of
and army. No one has gained It by The quality f t
more deeds of heroism nor by a life so much on the curing
completely spent In self abnegatlon for
the benefit of your brothers and the kind of soil that pro
aervice of your country. Soldiers, pro- pert tests prove that
sent arms!"
The troop. saluted. the drums and
bugles rnng out. the air was filled witlh -*.
loud acel.niations, and all wa jubl'la.- R. J, REYNOLDS
tion and excitement nas Motlher Terea
arose, her face suffused with blushes.
and askel: 1ra1its *Ie.
"Gener1., are yon done*r "Can you stand on your bead?"
"Yes," eidl he. ed a vilwor' d IUtle Dudley.
"Then I will gro bak to thp hospital."- "No," ,he rpli.d. "It's tooehlgh
From "The omConipons1lihip of Books."
by Frederic Rowlindl Mar'vit. Tob grief there Is a limit;: ot
fear.-I'llny te oYunger.

There is no auch thing as a secret.
A reasonable probability la the only
Men who have violated the law say
It is not hard to do.
Romance is like flre-lf you play
with it you are liable to be burned.
There is too little attention given to
two mighty Important words. "Don't
It is a bad plan to seek to make a
good Impre'alon by following every
statement with an apology.
The trouble Is when we do thinati
for our friends we do things we want
to Instead of what they would be pleas
ed to have Uh do.
We can't understand why people try
tO deceive others, but cannot under
otaad why they should try to d4elve
tbemselves. am so many seem to do-
Atebaison (loie
Made Happy For Life.
Great happisoees eaM anto the home
of 8. 0. Blair. ebol eeporinteadesat
as iS. Atbse., W. Vs., whee his little
daughter was restored from the dreed-
fole e plalnt be mases. He ays:
My little daughter had 8t. Vitse'
daoe. whiet yielded to asom matme
bet grew ested ily were. eail as a
ees neort we tried ilketrie Bitoen,
d I eoee to my the.e bottles of.
tfeed a e oplese fare." Qelie. sare
"fre or ervoos BSIBIBB. g0e, er
debility, fmeale wauuesse. impeo-
reei dbleoad sad maueara. -emsa.
oee by all dreg ateeS. IPleA .M
I,' 1,g18 c.em m Air..
ed by comn..r. -<,..-I At la revI.'p, h. l by
the atr l;U.l 11,at It I really bha we e.
whe s *)4j, ,-'I*.1 ** btowa by the
(et that I' oit of ltb w*****i l*
aq a .0,-* 1 t,.tAS to in w :b
blacore p -", *1ht sher" an v"wea,
a O W ir ,.tI .'I. Ir I) them st I
h*ad. .. '%ifbat@ *pJI-*
Otablge r : a, r hae a d& s *at
sobt I ftlr: .' CA& itU 0 f 1 -A ,,
ai otf p,. '% c ;, .,* to "" t V
d at: c **** wo e
1 th serf" ,e tLe *r tb A wi? t .-

er. r a, at bb, 1 Wve
elem w s a m y o a fub oom W
-lSag0e ams Aa le ow* ei**
-a i **n i-_ ** II *
fl-JL~biM~- -.tMM Ve s


w -
I~w~ Vst~~s~ tmii -Uv~a ~


used by farmers
paring their to-
:et; namely sun
md flue cured.
way is called air
cover and im-
flue cured.
tobacco is taken
racke4 in barns
retain heat and
continuous high
d by the direct
d flues, which
; tobacco that
nd aroma that
elops in green
r processes give
:offee the cheer*
quality that pop*

3bacco depends
process and the
duces it, as ex-
this flue cured


so to

Notiee Is hereby given 066ont e he
Usd day of D~easubev A.4).I I
will appI to Heesblsbi. f.. is,1
Judge eollthe 0Otll 0isCcittof the
Eighthi JUdielsi t3Imelt ofFlorIds. Is
and ler Alsebassoothy, at Steek.
Florida to eil ihe feIIowieg dmeulsu
&% 1aAlitm vssrwa lot is
lit: Degmasig *6t he half-ville pas
om Netleselise betweesslstetims 11
and 29 1In TowushipW, isage It.
these" 310"h Is@balm, l06"0. West
12%~ oalnel, themes Seeth 13 ehalso.
these a" 12)j *balmse o polo I of be-
illsmIe. bhlum apan f&t ofb N.
of seawom 11, Toemebip 1, UeseIs,
em"ols;16a s avre ,.Ales. eterlslmles
ins@& Oelaorl*. deseri me fellowa
IA4eI MW4 Of SMA0. Od G atlO
Tows of Onto. dame to b M Uo
Shp tP a fof the seese lot*ofafKis
of Sai SW Mte. CLARA J aCKamM.
AB 401hlrtrl o $b 2800Ot f
B. P. amardn. Dweewed. -







Ir.49T USS-

*,W to' ra Vtee5Iftwoff O
Th'seshJ-.1 =&a IJ..peu
Low S..p to ANLes.

t4 ho* A i.rk mmopmrv.. wm.

tobacco, m brown in the famous
mon"f*ren, requires and tak
sweetening than tobacco gro
any other section of the United
and Ms a wholesome, sti
juicy, fll tobacco taste that sall
tobacco hunger. That's why ch
prefer Schnapps, because Sch
cheen more than any other chew
tobacco, and that's why chewers
pass the good thing alog makes other chewer,
until the fact is estbled that
there are more chewers and more,
pounds of tobacco chewed to the
population in states where Schnapl
tobacco is sold than there are la
those states where Schnapps has a
yet been offered to the trade:
A soc. plug of Schnapps Is
economical han a much ler
plug of cheap tobacco. Sold at
per pound in Sc. cuts. Srictly-
and 15 cent plugs.


---"-. -.--n------.. -



To Oet a


I have 4 Standard Railroad Watehe'
that have been used a short time that
I will sell Ob.p for OMb. Write at
01CC* .





Air Line Railway

00O.MfO .a.

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southd
Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash*
ington, Balt iore, Phila-
delphia, New York.

Two ZLnt Tmrins DailY.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.




Only Li..O peratnh

I amps- I


ILV6&CL lcks% USIArn

a~n8 CoQ~i~


(I V

K' 1

at State Pair.


eelnPrize, With Hooors0
fpqr Grand Phapionship Wit


maried s6ershimsbS
Wednesday. UterySeli
sootasy will ""nos
.4 more piling heaa
16 the SSaSe-slimee aividai
'e sesmiWPimulple hemUd i
ied, divided evam hewswill
As, thedusudhompbel~ep puis
PSsWe Judg els h on" 6.
s~o whleh of $hee oftates *a
r in She gOSorI 9kIMS.,
Sm S Irve prise awaide; thu.
for Ind ividual di8p,1611. Theea
11usD display waie the beeemoniii
ads ad for this a diploma so
premlam of $9m was awarded
live ues~k Alaekus had iesniffat
is badly bWateot uoelviog a 41
mAn$=.00The same destsloi
Aweded Inseollou, iAn Prins be
a 410=6 MW ad M. In all, ihl
1pimelosldial the sectional aim
sbsmploesship prisms, will as
to, per the oeilaI premium Ifni
#Had Imt ot been for $be i0
Polk em the grand ebempie.
Ikis aomens would haw* bee. In
Ivis~e of Folk seenty shoe 1
fad- slider e101Ogasatothe.asic Hsiri
of~ sIN tablebiheir eommieslos
4ut*beoservile SheVmA tsmino
I _AAs1leI0.Me. ULRehi forimeiprly
jde Is G1almeeileMA foir "Won,
F1es we"G""W mmsedihse mesbau
IsmidhgdUparsemseof The Ilam
h00106i oswil90-.eee i
I U "#e a Mire snmlisslgmeeerha
Asutf ",eese~emof hig eftMaapI
fsmlow eeoralleom of AAsm
uheseessq semubhsosse sock
be same mde 4 Wiser soleestie. al
will PON em sw ord .aemeetie
46" b tis peejeam, to .binMWsadhi
*FWSV5le efsmWage, people will tot
fAM bwimdebmed. 3veryese she oil
0 tp h tis MWale n aw %be MA10%
"6S nl~mitpmo seeed, is atohbe.s
t ohsbes~smerIesahl.4 as a Gas
~~So oss m~oeed by the Sedge
MAd booesmall displas I
ft ,Les.
Ekam, lsebsa.

We have

she 42418W" 14agSay 1wr s

,.P OwLlSthat
NOPLE; ft Ib

reIII 'BL T R'

Aft Uk
set LwiW

~To An

Phas Pwrnlbwr, Fiatti96. @Oa
fehad Wsdsb4hRoe*"s..Saafth
Smamdbak. CAMM OW dPo1kb,

Steps and le4 assowboe oehow
is dee. she wku-m4hea you'll bay.

mooun t as k O

SCARRIE T DAY Tel us how much Lard your groce

'iiNiN SVICESe AT ses and we w1 tei you how
THE TABERNACLE much indagetion s in

.ne of st mpreve ervi the neighborhood.
SiLard is made from hog4st and s bound will rely supplant lad for shorten
DR. ANO K, SLtDO PMIAOHED to be greasy and idignetible-sometidme ad frying purpom wherever its virtue
SHis ubjl Was to Ik absolutely .healthy. There isn't a are known. Give your poor stomach
,. O. Lis e t.WhDp ouate of hog-fat mn Coitltloe. Its basis is hance-divorce o el from lard, a
o intert-SI wingg Was Excellent. Jt pure, reined Cotton seed oil, which is on Couow1 .
1 Scho Ol iM n Attend thoroughly digestible and healthful Coole is made by a cleanly, hygiene
S The ase Tbhaksgiviag srvie held Sanitary process, which insures its purity
as the Tabresonle Thnday1was by fr he stomach of the aver American It moreover, healthful, because its chic
e hoSimp livil e oh oaski been subjected to lardfoaked food for ingredientisahealthfulproduct. It will
e-al r emos ** w mpletely fil. years limply because people have not rather thaw retard digestion. The hou
l od from the sotge o she door by the known the dangers of the "lard habit." wife who pays any attention to hygi
Io pupils sad (trMOn of t6e Gerded *ad -
Spupils aeboohe Graded d C is so much superior to lard, both coolding will use
S Thee mome w prndshed by Dr. a to the palatability of the food it pro. Collect in place
SSedd, and he w sassbis bet. No dms md its healthful qualities, that it of lard every time.
more Impreslve, so more beausiful
sermon was ever heard ln Galinevill.
?o The papilsofr thepblie school attend. COTTOLENE was ranted a GRAND PRIZE (highest
ed In a body. At preisly ioo miss possible award) over all other molk.g fats at the
is olse they begs. flig intos the Tab. -S l@mgalj10-Pmcba EpMMelto anl food cooked
d erasole with military stop gnd order. with C O E another GRAND PRIZE.
1. Ib leos than five sutnfes the entire a o f rey bo g Go J0 eAele aeu 5ed
, four hundred and siasty were Ih their A. i M f a .e s if y. -, A a.?e
I. plome wish not a break or a partilte of uddres X 71 cM XL fIP Couqiym, C .0g8.
n soafteles. The order and preelsion A NEW FATUrE-TTI e 4.t rh this pall lb f o1
,. of their movements showed careful Ile purpose od na COTTOLU ri a wlno a"
I tainling. If Mr. MfBeath and bli Itslepsnto a*- kui *e e* *an ftfeeebe ede lk of d
d elhers ar not proud of those *hil* -wuy, euh s Nl, ete.
i doe *ad their *zollOes, their admir.
o .Io.f ,"'l8,.,o', .b pr.? Nature's Gift from the Sunny South
,. ef she showing the sbool made on
, this ooasloa--snd how they aong, led
by a patl of the choir of the Methodist
d churm. SIlome idea of their bomber Charges Against Payne.
may be obtaloed from the fa1 that New York, Nov. 29.-Charges that
lit laCshF. Payne.wan state superin-
the double extended from the nt of Insne demanded ,-
seehool belldlag to the Taboraele. 000 from the Mutual Reserve I fe In-
.As we said, the artle throolhout llu re company under threat of
l were impressive, tkhe solnlag bteuti. owing that the company wau In-
. ful sad the Mermon Iread. We rrl etlvet, and that President Preder- -
. that there were sot more of oar people lok A. Burnarm bad said that he
* out, though the bolldin pas om fos bad paid Mr. Paya 140,000 were made
ably fil*ded by AssMlstant District Attorney Nott
d the trial of B. I. Burnham, Jr.
is Plnapple. Desoto. ,
e iove.ts, Ms" The Great Headache Core,
i Edeaessleal work, Hillborobgh.
i -"0..". Bromo-PepSIn Toys, Dolls Games,
SPolAry. Orasa*. A
l 1;"..eltr o.eW"er pesias. I. ,IM, Fancy Novelties Wholesale and Retai
S uNatie weds, Hernasdo.C UR EO "i I iw --- --
S HOr,,ans .a o0 l FIREIWeS.-Wo solicit tbe patroeags of the trade.
. Presemre pMse Mase. Is HoftNar im
WowMHs% werk, Hillbouiot. A..A Dr.. aN,. So &"tt M
Sles dpay f o.f We '-wshia. e. 9- 041'I BOI K STOTRE
Se dipl of saltlf. Walt. J. W. 'MMLLUR& 7 R0 STORES
Largest sad bstW ladesutis ahibla, e~. -aL UmmA Aa s. ei n a s DEn.
Dam. 4.4749 West Bay St.
- t dns ismed an rT*p4 -tla.
Isp (th bs | |l |e oo r the tIo 0te* o +.

Middle Pinerls, Ash I m ew the sole proprietor of the JORDA. W.W. HA
"S'-" JOaryaRDAN & COMPANi
GoeeS Plald, Palek. ohp foamo operated by the Baird
Fow the gied ebaiple ship oesus Hadeswse Oompasy, and will esmlase
petad, Alshes sa d Pok tied.*aad the
judge deci*ed 5o dI<1d tm4 hbo gth b Mold All IN SU R A N CE
priMsobeosemt week wl mrev my peoa stes J N 0 p o.
...p Tn... a... ,o. ,. w.vo. Fire, Life and Accident ," ". "

Igme, Ralpk Th-mes, aM s Dr. sad P. 8. t I refr to re fmry m pemp toy* ^ ___

Mms T. Ir. Thomas. asomesed a bftmone.
Theto*m yssm alsoe to hes a tc wn'.r~ a' f S ~ S S f

telly" M et" sdloewysew" is ressie 0" too" SkL 4&= In Oina QwS s pws as 1
"w" OW waseSil smuhbe oeupe "Is0~vwe%* *"mwJOsbI of wuese wl" Uliet"1. d he cuw;
Yoem* Ttommae wS5pislstn i 'Is OI ~w Aju wm 1.rv
hall 664skoe %bte tsftowlsy temm No eb=UKw
Tab athel W ie 01 istarmmao isYou Are Assured
Ito noaoe s~tpomeeof she game.&adS %" n FtOq & fte(YAA It0a
MOA f Sim de f theWONmG Im.sMPeab..UWWUWU1 Thatserious left a" w~ eswiaos h"m
sikhim. chnes Heg. ________
Why yoar babysholbe uthi, sdPALAT"A FLORIDLA. Actei ad lpthI n~~
freetfl darling tIe stube Woe** egg-wormespwmeewOi .w"Q
I he a* 1si.eel *&sap # "s' w LMas ~d uIM ft 1W UMMUJ1 %PM*bas Ihabie st 3pmewd.
swealtaeshat health lbabe *h'bd c be 10
141 &ad 6100V P41, It1"t rbaby 4doesw Mo
wit otome gd ofmew.0.#AlotUK.WeCUSHMJIAN
be 7l b~a 1461 4( &OfW SI..Cese
,a I~. and mllss eepo CAAT WVM Z,&DT. fha
bm~ Im; --h a


SP0' 00" 1s

,delirtcrd bly Carlitt Ins UMy,49
y Pirt Of the I sitd 16Ia5P~2S
fivemoat&bit gIst

galdin local 0010=8 sceto ont &3
**.,sd 5c'cnWtosfeM ddktl@3

Weksun is au Cigti-M% fosty
W, pue.~blished every KoNISY And
andcooall9Dthe new af '
p S~tae and gneorsk and WW be
gave free, toany r~tt of the UPall
~8aafor $1.00 a year-IS adanS.M
tiiibills become due afte rKLs
MW of sdvertjSCUtft, ualGibeth"rW@
Mja contract. Paditl not knowIntuS
Ilepifed to pay for advarttkag in ad
~ireO, TliX DAMY SUN*

jimtua haing raised 1he6oo09 of
logrly 5o per cent, are now tak
pal gridit for raising wagSIBIten

bead peoeil trust is hitting back
editorial fraternity for knocking
IvnCeiog the prise of lead penas
seeb as the traffic willbear.

of the Republican leaders take
[epeimistio view of the political
,ba hbow can they expect the
to forever submit to being
by their stand-pat plan of
i the trusts.

pMtion that will be awaited with
able interest ia whether Pres.
loosevelt will endorse the "tri.
1nislges" plan of Mrs. Parsons as
tj u he endorsed the political
iet herhousband.

Gromvenor is evidently deter.
continue reminding President
mItl that he has been repodiated
usthankful constitueney and is
something "equally as good,"
IN anouences as his frm eonvic-
itIat it is the duty of an American
-pt any public office.

e demand for tariff reform is
Ib Itooad many hairs gray on the
Of thie Republican stand.patters.
e**f ILe tariff would evidently
It IArty and lose the campaign
Iblon, frinm the tariff protected
atita have been the breath of
t R-p,,t lhean leaders. To
*>* reviion will force the
t I I the Dlemocratsao the
la ;I a d. 'late cne.

P'. navi ('ar Company, aBcord.
I t e,',. r, cords. food the
". ,,,, .1oo expensive"
a'"" '"a-dnent to add the
% I,; to I the railrad rate
S .. the "to expensive"
S *'-hlte sometimes
t g. of the people
"o ''.* a bribe was
S: to the ooeion.
t l'ulrnman corporation




h. ~..

"'"1.4d in prise o rapid.
I ',y official reftmed
rlie offered The
has bea freed
, dul!y of 60peretes
' belag exported
' its perchasr t
er aeB and sllwer
arid Wall street
'Tr.y ad etropaey
W 1 eat order do.
's. >d .laaaeiev.
t 'o g oder Re*

'#m;tale cmha"
nC poer o.a"l*sd
~t*. illthe tar.#. I"
Ai. 04 fi" beiax
0*0.tes thb biller
L ',t te fgthe
e *ps~4betteq ripjue
p"4are e md

4 'OU t aP sbes I
Ot 5t1pefa"Og Ub weh
I Ion~es ~U,

,i UhTaSHIN ESITSLF. Had Matehga 1e Hit Pocket.
S" Dalton, Ga., Nov. 28.-Henry
yT 8m. is iadebt4d to Its onotem. Guess wai bared to death by his
pop ries for many 9simplimitar no.* clothing becoming Iagited by matches
te*i0a41tqeverhas.eebB not4ie aS- In his pocket, at the home of Joe
peaked in the State prea taitb was Ragsdale. Tie body was carried to
more appreciated than I it1owIlang the ceniterr near Marietta. where It
,fra TheTarmDp Triboun, The edi. is to be int rred. Mr. Guess was
tons of The Tribone and idn have beea alone In tic house when the accident
Inimitat personal frietds Imn boy- occurred
"hnqd *nd it malkn. .bh lair'l hbart
tglad to bav his friend speak as he Famous Strike Breakers.
donlef ihe work in th&e flowing int : The mn,,' ftmoo strike hbrkera Inn
"Our contemporary, The e4amaville the land are I)r. King's New life Pille.
Son, Is ever a 6eleomy visitor to the When liver Rnd howels go on strike,
asuetom aid brightest things..p in they qu.ekly settle the trouble, ant
InahabpeI but last week's lIdustrial the purifyiig work goa right on. Best
Editom quitte t4heithe shtie oat of eaur for constipation, headache and
all its previous eoaflt. beolew of its diuines. 25 as alldroaiista'
phenomenal britlHeey. The Tribuna
phno enalbrte l Editor. The Tribu t Yellow Fever at Havana.
eoengratuolates Editor MoOrea most Havana, Nov. 28.-Two cases of
heartly upon the outeomeof his splen. yellow I r have been rearl in
did energies. The Eveaol n 84ar and t cllo *>hl two more wart tound
Morning Stars and all the Suns of the at Rodah. .ata Clara provi.c The
grst. universe of paperdom should total ntil l!I of clause now lu the
look well to their scintillations of wit Island is vep.
ed bases of rhetoric it he keep on -
this way. 299 Prisoners Deported.
*And Alashoa county, how proud it Warsa%. Russian Poland, Nov. U8.
should be to be so well Illuminated by -Poliic.,ti prisoners to the number of
this resplendent orb. One sees deep 299 sent n ied to deportation were
into the most hidden recesses of its despate tld from here during the night
fertile secrets; and a wondrous tale on a bpeca! train for the northern
of Industrial growth and steady o.- part of ltu -ta.
ward fight toward the senitt of proS.-
perity is told to those who read the DiM ,&iV
page of this newspaper. Good liek aljREVIVO
to it and to old Alaohua now and for- ssl VITAUTY
evermore. Amen." a' U lds a


* ,.I

U -




'Loaded Black Powder Shells

Shoot Strong and Evenly,
Are Sure Fire,
Will Stand Reloading.

They Always Oet The m*e4

Sal.ek Evwgwbm..



NgXER S".ri n i


Sea Island. Cotton.

Do a garNMbanakin besms. beym a U re#a mad Doesotolmeafge
Thesia s o et baks.baMkere. eereumeiulas.fa mrsn.eebaneeaaia s

_, ITE 4A" ofM re*et"&ORfavoerablerteap. pefl *tolMles fto askl eftteet ioales s
There is a new political movement o.4 ', g. 0fsdeiltee lathe Urit"S sAWs
underway that may In the near future -
have a great elrot on party polities. l
pr dueesIllle rnesls In O days. It srts
At the late convention of the Amer- powerfully aliqul eIt.Oureawhenothberefall.
lean Federation of Labor nine frater- ould men m sirar te m rnabol a ianli
nal delegates from the Farmers' Un. using MIt'llsO. Ii nlklay and quietly r. ..e-
Ion, or the American Society of We kne.a.-hn.AhPower.vuin Nemory. ,
Equity, were admitted and given the I,1n',-1.h10Ot. aOfitue.r o
privileges of the floor. In addresses study.buin .%,or r I ot only cur we
by uarling ath dat eas, but is a grrent
made by them they expressed the nerve toniSe and 1411t48Ier. brain irt
hope that the Soe ety of Eqnity might atornth'awnkre llIsol wrheoffi d dale a JoM
become afilliated with the Labor or. prohegrd. eie. -,m| oeha a ag M fanItV
ganizatious. If it is possible to join mall $1.00 rase. orsli for e.Ko. We
these two organizations for the eom.- e free vi rd a all who wish It Fancy Groc
with gsnarmntre.0 (resarsre Address
Pon purpose of defeating those who ROYAL MEDICIME CO., bMae id. Chilesse Il.
oppose the demands of the farmers For tlet i, ,inlmiesville, 'Furad., by Irilb, S lGrdl Sid aid F rHtI rsl
and workingmen., the resolt will be t j It dif, & O, DMUroKgiet. OI)UTII 8IDEK QUAR. o IAINESVILL3. LOM
entirely disrupt the Republiean party. ..... Hghes mrkes prse paid for Ohrleoem. Kas ud other ft Phd

lag to attain. The Repoblloan leaders H EandAH E 1sl PRAON se ethe ViAY B eMs T 8. te LOW.
have shown great hostility to the le. ..-..-
islation that ,e Amnerl-an Federation ..,*,.1...._._.i._, t e sI IT I eeb
of Labor feels Is necessary for the Io, irt* 4.... y.tra...i aw.y. anai fo a r
roller until heb a takill slrC I asf ela. *st ate 1
well-being of its members, and tho re- h, i...,,, t i, ..a -sea h h .. h4 RAILW AY
forms the Society of Equity desires '~ i ,'e. haTo Is *,io.s i uio -- t
are receiving no eneonrageoment from wii ive.. yori he pritlegie of elsl a his afame. N Il The f4uIngwef ae.tdufeirree e imta"e Goly> 1iatrielaste d i *MAg wea 4
the Republiean leaders, for to grant ta d.IA .
them would directly interfere with th -beat for TO v Irsa1' uSAt T !SMr sM *4,0 0 1111 1,0MAN *wer
speelal privileges of the eorportion The Bowoes VI h, .,,,, t, A l,. i, J um- Ur ... .
and trusts that are the chief relianees Ltitrfl l Tl ,i l J1e11,11 16 01 ;s !SiI t 1 l, I.,
of the R pimblieais party for eamisign vw, I. .''h In i 1 .l A( to a
A= QMnarh lte )4Ilt 6pti v A IAsihi ,
funds, which alone keep that party it ,nU!; mLmaVm A i r, l.-t. ,,* lI;It'), i,. O Alt *W .
power. C.A CTiVI lAU~I~ e r cf o %14, il a ,,IS A1A 1tR OWL
Thereare mart y Rvban ploi terms A r 1 eIis,. sil ^ el l i e u a 41 Ar tt l i l
who douobtless b-lieve the reform A t .r 4i. .,i i) l t, 4 1;0 6 1I
legislationdemanled by workingmn. p'sal. Pamb i c..p A N 'o... A W W sA ,e..;0,t.,br. ,M*ei,,ss ,lAt ;., ,e i
and farmers should be granted, and !. a *V.,. 4 1 V ,L.t. .M s i pte iI 1 i. t V 4s as 1 I *, 1 e.
there are Repubtlicsna elected t,) ('n- ~,'A eilg Rody ( r>.. Io or V. N14 1 4 tns.,
press and State le*i.,lsturea who prooi- AINUALSA LE TEN MNLUOI BOnES T t. .. *** *** i A
loed to vote for pl* h reform, but itr. ,,n >.B t r -. -* A'Jr.. IAt s e
vestigation shows tho- e rse but a mall s**. ,.... ,i i '*' I, i. i..l,,i *4.
minority of tho., the Reptilen*,. AS, At "' Ar s..: t
elected as law rakers The gret l 14 a s9*.1, ,,9 &,,1
majority are wIling folloteers ,so R IP E At:: %I pr" a
Speaker Can rn on r atsand.pat1- -L "IP--'Ata ....-&M Ih I atEWbsl4.
e ie. orn l ,hor lov s t ion and roevisingi Ps -rt t 1, .., l r 44,.. A, 1's bit M
the tariff. but stet C sillowo the ***I e ^
Oa the other hatr Dom rt- r r* 1 h.-,,ho Trat II,. ,%
IiS oeEY Honey:11.o Asfl11 al
and have prom....-l t,,,on.forts.le,-1:. : I1 a"," %, ,, :.- -s s 1,*.. ) *" -Nl... tt *
t elation dean Ic I ty the working t. F OY T a. . -. E sOI t, ,.
and farmer-, fr the l' emonmcra e Iparty | ." t_.s u *., *. Ia -.n, x ,M "' # si 4,.
*has no llienroo w th tbh rart-oersl' t b1sa id ... e., I". e ..e.pS. ng bts. Is i 1,** t .*w **0 40 tt*5< *s V~ load
ad trusts and no !desire other tt ri I Ps. S *Il e *I,. J*e. .... **mo" *iEA*0 1 e* ** I V.%"a, 1,
the trett gro-el I' the *ieat** a s.. .Ya t d r of M 0A L. COa. r' .
number, with *' ,i rights to all an ,ibesN& "hlI WO b l*a lrtdgee loHsW JAIs it P fAMA. IA.1tti .e.e.e Agest. .M** I.o ms*.. J*elle. iti.
speel1 pral q.a l "LOO.'" With .. tam a e W d We"ow. L "N o1a.Itsu 14 1 V.N M ., I -ruAVLIR. A (.. A. LM.. 0A.a .
romprat and mn ,tan orga*nl*asr, ,' ul .*MIn Ta taes A e.
wae, earners anI fir, rer* with t-*' ir Ni. by J. W. l 4 e 1
stereo) allies. the 1** m'raeJ, .
b"'e pItiie W, A' It'"'t. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
""- ;t THROU [-I
If the bankers* 1'm t e p '4
way of doing [s* *.f -*_ ',m1i 1t. "
roe o Weeky.d he ol it'"al" a loss
S.n ne.. rPa !t., THROUGH

W O a over uw*t -' !,v *a rD"
Sated by Hall's (stsr'N
op J. Cuui.v 4 r.T (
We lb* b. lasf.h11eIre valt.
1w" bhis pevfet!1 kvr rot.* to &I;
huitOMem smmsesoeumm *- At-axa4,sl
Weamam eml bar ~at, el'-", 1 5ma54
by bis h.-WALw134K i 0 4 wA v a a-
V. WhebaN DragglsLs. Teed.. )
msI~ ~ v isg~,15 ashe low-

a =OW 8 honmldm*

.4'.- t~'oicf

00 Cif AitU I&~ l 'bee 96 O bM t itbe I"IJ090

4 '''''-0

rVoil k =meksa am he ed im"frm

J. .(GOODWINt, Ticket &A"






- -I- -

3 ;'X

4*v wsop n
- ~ss Fad"K

OWN s ezp rtfl W

t was badly h
and when 1 arrived
beside ae e Wgi @&
eent After al e o it
B4tsei-d Im-tem-es

WasW awre that
ON 00. A frown of
brow, aMd
Integrity de4llmed
wile stone Iff Inward
I t a roklinn meon
ip erly mwsnade etoeod
Pou e as ben e. b Ied
p PoU tve49of ki adess to
4o Ian& Devet rto
'Ahd ontry HI aply ra e
lsteasal coaeclomesns of
Yeta lntentions are doubts,
e t ned o oe t
bt' greater bappMeMS will
OmW the knowledge that yo,
iressnlse bow dislaterested
was firmly waved
for eome period his flaum
,haken by Inward ewotho.
a edification of the bystand.
Seye remained goed em the
Undoeabtidly Tery a4COUmB6
my apologies for so pret a
were profome I declared that
not qut this abode until re-
oatimae bad ive ame them as
that his felagM hbad recovered
I serene tone. As fortunate-
seem happened, I left, properly
at the miserable management
d ooas eond the awkward-

D1y I consulted a native ao-
lho had witnessed the tans-
the mistake whch I bad
but bewas so tickled by
*JI'OU e that I extracted
ft r ame time little but
ler. Ias eventual view of mat.
Swa ided in a few words:
again, but take more and have

Alone. and when I opened the
t on which a y vtist was found
eyes twinkled, and be said:
hfe the first moment when I saw
1 ad a preeentiment at wa were
led to be #reat fdenU I Co not
It Buropeans have these super-
e, but with us they are general,
w do not ud them deAptive.
1ay have isO-and I am aware
I|tleraMy OO!4 of as by forelu-
a we a desWttal and avari-
Soe sot believe this. All coun.
tufu bad me, and your ex-
Sbas perhaps keen unfortu-,
But we daoll remain always
&&A An. urh# .as .w atifi




oad oad beu b M w
ad ipt. vf Itf
easemm aemn~ead arde
dubed t w e omlow
dudedto tm uol m"1o
worth, ofmeseeketd
of aod we tog am_
I do not iowb how to sxmw my
S -adinbg a c fr two of m
m w Qea wMah
1= w I Canb* asV tlJ
M y moneSB V MlrbeMyare ay
w roiMVtm o n oamonkeLwa
t wn, Mam o.$ w. Va, ,Ue
I, 100."

Nas ve RI, R

Best Line to


Memphis, Knoxville, Louis-
rille, &inoinnati, 8t Louis,
Chio o td all points
North and West.

Thro lt Slelpen JkIsomville to

Oly llan ep e l-e hbroafh sielsem
from FloaMs to S1. Louos wih dhdla" -
ear serfie.
Flnis dIalmeasr arvies Ia the
Through sourlst slepers to Osalfor.
slftemaslon as to rates to all poina
Nonrh md Was will be faolehbad
promptly e" ppilestion to
0. B. HIuamo,
FaI. Pes. Agnft L. & N . ., 118
W. ., es.$ jMasksoill, Fla.


STo SiklUT't"Nd ale'
and 1Tfd Motien.
The auherins which Cuticura S o
and CutieuraOIntmett have alleviate
among the yu and the comfort they
have aoffre orout and worried
pains, have led to their adoptUo In
eo6unt1 M boes ,an priceleM uratUveM
for birth humon, milk crustealled
head, eremas, rash, d every
form of itchln, scaly, pimply eo,
and ~selp humor,, with k of hair
of Infancy and childhood. guaranteed
abuolutel pure.

PaotN Me.sni Dorllmaster the Worl
Hase Rer Keewn.
When the Romsan placed over the
djjr of the temple of Juan= "Ex Orl-
euto Ltx et ailduas Feacchorum" (Out
of theb Raet 'ame .Light and the (lame
of ('Cns ) they spoko of the two great-
eat N quets that the storlil east had
ever made to the young and nggressivo
west--the llght of rliglon "and the
greatest Imental arhlevenent of wau
aln'e be came through KFlen's frown-
iug portals.
lu theo mkide ngt, when the monks
and abltots watchvl frou afar the bru-
tal solllery of Christendom swooplun
down ilke a p.ottlone: on the suuny
idailiu of thl) south, they rhanted "A
furore Nornmaorum lltwra wusm. 0 l ot
In.***." this t lt f of tm lhe n*


OSO 2I Miller LAW ExChAnge.

Oraduste University of Peonnslveana.




Owe. ova MIUwe" idos. Pbose 7W ubs

DL 0O0nW 3.LY"8W.I

OmeeIsM T. a Dsue

Oft*18 iUWIALU. PU9.

,. B. ELLIS. JR,,


-1 paitlmepiof esteemr Din e.deliver am, 0 () datiut rturued AIeYLU FO3h
toreDo diflcuith.. on this to 4-be~as-0 that warn left a tiotule soul j A ALS3
U. was ob~viously murb 010 a vain and imtulmnitt world. 30.CRIIE
abd finally sald that tile tulelk ('boom Is the fins*1tomental drillumaster ATTORNEY AT LAW
videnc would be mire ito at- The world boo ever known. An a wtuud
esertisa of a mian who wit tralutiter I eu~e atove Greek ant i a And 8 bleltr in Equity
I of the sa W''vaim i5'.uUI*. kb-t,. RotEstate, Cocuvojslmingand Gem.
at Oe1W. a01%1st)V W!1a p. BrIust. atigie all. it 14 the ascne teof bt-tea rele I elesj opl
"-Youth's 'h. lt: It Is war with 'et bkooAmbed;It Istattended to. Q1es mos t door92Se
.. strife on equal te'r-us. which all the .Me. GausemLs. FwOAM&
QlaWital.'Is"6. r. vs" loves attA to ha. k it(roan lb. cradleT
~hsa Il% b ouIn thI aclkledat1*11 ring', to tile. gr1N4- all lwe'raa!4 s1ty 6.1obct.-FRIA!DBYR
^abl all la. hi *ts tikettrom M(arleston Npwa ik Cuier. AXr'0R143vBATYLAW
5 lokinia r~vi. the lib'ra~ry.Pu. ATONE A LW
is t. outer" irisaul' IS l. datut the The Now Pit. Peod and 0" gLaw., CANO~WLLS.a FoZ.
NO pt If li, ytg notiof CCXSW emto a We &sipeasdeed to samsoomethas IF*-
~SaPs tat eita ~, r .. Hoss ad Ta fo couh.. ~ con sell yea.siltypvopewty. (0W
past that5,nmblq is ssoS slortedebi proved&and maim proved), phoephabt,
4" m I." ir tilm be t*611eneva &d es prmso I nt goo Iruekiag mWsoa l arlands. Bad hin
'11'be & 6 oth rgt~ the &be NotlealPt od a rglawja list 0of what you 2 Ftor"mi. 214f
to the kit."'This memi. thI at 10 It 0euStalaS o 001a104 Of 1110ohthe am- --------
y~e an' and teuvott, go into ro- tol d"eg. sod We roeomeois64 i6!S W Z. BAKER.
"Wo to mod tIor *hildIs anmd adults.
Uka k-1110 Ilme lnu. f te `3W.MeolnmAC.ATroRNMyAT-LAw,
1.-1s11 I;,th1*48.oil' 9LICITUR IN OHANCERY.. .
119m 1411*t o h 5i aovlmts it IIAU HUA li j -
4e11I Iei-sA .: thew *iort he dtkAAL-IACO l10 AINESVILLK. Alshoa V-1 VU.
wsctimtL iS.. eA I A lsebus eoety t I. SA oesysin te.Isndol fl-pl
4f Its naa"Ls' t11,*Ista pnel f arams. hrA M545 m ate ilmeost. U$a)
ret'ilaOe 'miat 1,h1 *1 gnible e g.Jre'Umad, phapha:~e..
doltbealld.'411KI k S inA a plants. 10 aw ill IMIouurs The Florida
6"* bst of awfiit'.-e r tl. .. wbe houMee foul- sowtpepe. mad pro.
thAfter t~wriul if a "Is. f. POmilo eC pasiva pus or.Fruit andTruck Grower
tbeseh te et 4' ht &mts"ry. som+*sioo" pimsIIS-e
i'atftbflow Ibisdat a d". Iu~t .'uI amaeandall It tomb Qvegsisabbes
*%iseit 6rm 04404twIn.. ...rL J. 311331saw3dbu t"14rpr
Stim 00 N "-aw "'0t an*. .ia mJhile, tk I'. 1 du w m
'm-m'Thol eir bt bIm AI,,IWII,11 IINJj AA.F

OW TV% u Tuuwp. 5. co 65 a
** meame's PH& 6C0sesitiey
WY. two eI'.the q-%Wlobby 6m

00afbemud Air IAesOO SOM efs
eW m %salg e" gWOW
6m NNW@ Na a
a s m se a w w6m

Htas Noen..e" Aeh46two pobIS
Sso"S, gbo voseen" ofFWAe.;

:04 1 m e be kefhtsw
Wmhmife sw ba mpm
tillb114Malm"i "Mma e"Me. 4
ame mamAem too""

3t Tw. - SI.

Ih how"" ,.' of
ii 00,W lrl
- di

No. 8.
Ex suo


236 1
2 40AFr
4 10 %,,


6 45


"ime T" ein ~Jab a. 106

Dahl Dafty. STATIONS.U- &U

Lw A W


10 135k

9 n
0 OA

*a 40* e 6*en i.....
.. ... I ** SC* . I**0 6 1
* ...A. A* L. Ormlng ... ...

... ~ .. Iwrswise.b......

..Oe... K UWU.......C..

Foul DrmD.......

Ar A Af' PM

Al. A IM


4 OOLv



7 15 12 40
703 12 1i
660 '12 00
G80 11 40
6 14 1120
06 1105
O6 (v 11 0011
.. . .. 10 00a

9.. 571

. . .

. . 7..
... . 7 'o
. . 7 "5

J. B. OUTLE. Sl % op'l. L. 3 BARKER. Trafti, h,e


Se~4. "roix=- O:C.e-Lev to


Florida East Coast Railway
Ll Th CQrtk f1. h E ets S onUp O. IW.
o X AD DOWN. ,mmume BAD uP.

7 wpm

7 bpm

04 .-puia
TI*t jP-0

I sin.

11 I'la
If T m
S .4~.

-l u Lv................Jaksouvtlle................Ar t m
Staum "*............ soum Jacklonvlle...............vT 1 pm
10 40am "...............8t. Auitine................ I 1pm
11 Im .. .................. Ha nBto ................... 1pm
11 :; .m. ................Ea.t l .latlk ................. -' n
I2s Wm I Ar...................l ~k...................L 4 pmrn
U 1IoMm Lv...................Palatka..................Ar 45pm
... .. .-.. .. .... -......... '.. P.., -14 ,19 ................. .... .....
_ I' n L ................. i alat o. ................. Ar pm
1. t. L ........... ..... i.eld .............. .....Ar 4 At '.
a opm ...................I t t '"tt................... 4 ; 1
S1 ...m ... .......... i 4 m .................. .. a rn
I J1pm ...................... lli'tris ................" 4%p,111
I ipm A* ................. l oe t n ............... **.8 Ua SI
4 U'itn Ar ...............New s- .r>nr ...... ...a.. "
m .. I ..... ...... **
I pm .. ......... .. r ,. a i ............. ,
a__ O4 -m1 ....... t. t' ) Jt'.. .... .... .. .'
S. Ar ................ ............. % i '... ,
i: .,a I. A ...... ............... ... ........... &
S' r .... ....... ... ..... ....... L ,
41 .............. . .. ........ ..... t I,
.. ., .. ...... ... 1
1"*..... ....... .. ........ ... |
I ........ . . ........ I I o
S. .. . .......... ..
..... . ... .

.. ........... ..
. .. . ..-, ... I*

No. 98

1 1.

*-, *,
< .. ,

.,e ~) ~
K' t't

0 A 7pVT1*48Ta :l,,


..107'.IP & M IT

H~avana amiiKey west,

A~ .
I g t A a
.15 l~ .~ A .~ &

'~ VI -...'g'e *'. 7) I '.ya
mm,,.',, ... 0 ~.e

LT RIyVAwa.. ...T W'.* .-* 1jf'
Le off ~ ..
A Z ai~e

AAZ~S~AXWbegsWtw" KeY w~ a ao

As A%"A D~mov. aawes.s om R T '

in Maun ASm lowr


. . . . . . . . 0
4 .. ........
....... ........
........ ........

WOOL lL~ir~



g IN *UIWWY"'r7T


S.f Southern wy


1 Most Widey Known mnd
i Competent Railroad Offltelal
States. and uilt the 8oit-
UptoaeHigh8Stand r&
., Nov. .-Prseldest
a6ear, of the Southem Rail.-
l killed tbis morning tIn e
ABsh ocured at Lawyer, 61veal
Pioth of Lynebborg. At the
e5ese of i he ioothern Railway
io statement was I se*d:
ere Railway passeger tlte.'
eft Washintgoon it night for
,tile. Owing to the o ngeOited
,re, at 6:I0 0a. 1., at Law*
It., on a portilo of the road
by the block system, the
Stopped for light repsrit to
L Passenger train No. 87
jie No. 88, and bein given
Dok, ran into the rear of No.
ting in the serious wttk.
ladieste the eollisien was due
sogligenee of the operator in
No. 87 to pass the block.
&t peneer and a party of
were in the officer's ear at the
spencer's Body Burned.
egut opener's body was burned
Irweegnition. Philip Sohoyler
York, of Mr. Speneer's party,
ihkilled, s was Mr. Speneer's
atrlin dispatcher, D. W. Davil,
Inadria, and Engineer Terry,
3lr. sRpeeer'i private ee*retary,
1,rrill. One man, not yet idestl
eM also killed. Eight negroee
Sijored, one probably fatally.
lIt Spenoer's private eoaeh was
ly buried. The party was on a
l trip South.

I Cottages Belonging to Atlantic
Coast Line Burned Thursday.

Uti. arriving la this eity from
ry Thursday report a serious
hrstion which occurred In that
Ilato'clock on the morning of
I day. five cottage. belonging to
Ulasaie Coast Line, aud oenupled
aployn of that system, haring
liathetanding that the fire wars
rpred Early and the eitiseas
i heroiclly to save the prop*-
Ith facilities were inadequate,
A flumes gained rapid headway,
idit from one cottage to another
|It had been laid In ubahe. The
aUte of the cottages saved little
rt hn ffe ets.
0* 1e estimated at from $1.200
.i It is not known whether
UM any risurance.
Ka E ~o Many 8afes In Mon.
5t Cou-*y. Alabama.

''his credit &ad
-~as well, the
the sheriff of
"..4ng for &a us-
mian who made
~t Barice and
!,,wt week.
7!urmlair night the
sand Nlashville
*.'rorpaUy, the
wi reblowi and

I'M ndSaturday
-t .we..3the two

"f ~an ,?p.

n. W'iry In
&M ndhigh.

& ~' ad PrAetal
,-*n a' vlrsr

t seWed.
A Paris 41w.
*"pru the &U-
4. Cheel... eO

*'Iit UT at Tbov-
ed the PA.a

Tea Do* a"
aw". o







Jut the thing you need.


Hardware Co's.
Pbeae 7.



Immense Building, With All
Contents, is Now in Ashes.


The Plant Was a Combination Saw
Mill, Gr4st Mill and Basket and Crate
Factory-Galneaville and Gulf Depot
Had Narrow Escape.

One of the most disastrous fresh
which has visited Mieanopy sined the
big Benjamin conflagration, started at
11 o'clock Thursday morning, with the
result that the immense Bobbit mill,
one of the largest in the county, now
lies in ashes, the mill, with all contents
and a quantity of lumber, having been
destroyed. The los it Is estimated.
will reach abut $12.000. It is not
learned whether there was any in.
The Bobbil mill was an immense
enterprise It was a combination saw
and grist mill and crate faetury, and
employed a largo* number of hands, le.
ing quite an Important factor in the.
eommersial interests of the town.
The information, which was received
here by telephone at noon Thursday,
states that the station of the Gaines.
ville and Gulf railroad, which is In
Lose proximity to the mill, ceauhbi
fre, and It w*as only through
the most heroic efforts of the eitsiens.
la the leek of adrq'late faellities. to
save the building
Friends of Mr ItI .lt deeply *ymP.- i
this* with him in thi*. eIs, whi h ais
extremely serioaust this tim., as it io
Ia the midst of the rate and bask-et

7or fn %ati a -A' C (, 1drr
TMu Lii Yoo Fi.2 f.'wcrs ~
Boome tbh
boom .


*r Wl n 4

was sbsit.

rft,? Ong V. -

as a' 4,vd'
0: We:re of .,-"
aD, Wct"l45' I

* *~ -
'*, U
,4#. 'I
* ~



.h Sugar Cue, Beon and Corn
S Crops Were Burned.


Mr. Jackson Was Not Home at Time
Fire Was Discovered. But Plucky Lit.
tie Wife Summoned Help From the
Neighbors. who Fought Bravely.
Thursday was not a very happy
Thanksgiving for Areh. L. Jacksoa,
who reid., short distance southeast
of the city, where he eoaduots a pro.
fltable farm, beaese of the fact that
fire has devastated a portion of his
farm and burned his products and
fences, reuliio g In a loe. of moubth
of energy and toll and nearly a thou.
sand dollars in oash.
At a late hour Wedneeday afternoon
fire was discovered In Mr. Jackson's
field, in else proximity to his home.
Mr. Jackson wasinotat home, but his
good wife, with wonderful courage,.
mounted a horse and spread the alarm,
but in the meantime, on account of
the dry weather and the fact that the
crops were dry, the fire spread rapid.
ly, and a he assistance reached the
soene the lamee had gained eaooch head.
way that it was Impossible to check
them, and it was only with the most
heroic rffTort, that the home wassaved.
Those who visited the seene state
that Mr. Jackson lost about an sore
and a half of sugar eane, and about
iwenty-flve nree of beans and oorn,
which wai dry in the field and ready
for harve'-ting.
The farm in located near the rail.
road, and it was said that the fire orilg
inated from the sparks of a passing lo.
Frii.dAr (of Mr. Jackson deeply sym-
pathise wiili him Ila Sil loss.


Do Not Wait Until Winter or Disease
Will BeeSme Chronic.
Many people, ina Galeevillle are be*
glonini tt oih and haek with the
fall Psyrpto)m nf disagreeable and of-
fensive catarrh. The tongue ia oated
in the world itg, ad they do not &leep
well at uight "n aeiooant of tlIe dlea.
grrrabl.el tickling and dropping at the
back of the thr@it a a reeals of es.
tarrh Bh.-ore the disease beomses
ehrorite heyehould use Hyomel and
get complete freedom from their ea.
tarrhal troubles.
Ifr fou neglee to treat elatrrb when
it fir.t comes on, the chaoeee are that
it will teoume so firmly rooted and
1t-. *e-ated that it will bother you all
a iter and may become chronic and
almost incurable.
I he first day' house nf lynomil will
show a deeldrd improvement in health.
AiW in e ahort timie there will be no
further trouble, and you will b. free
ftrim catavrb, and eonghe and colds
will not bother yu during the wlnlir
Remember that ilyonmel is sold un-
der ms absolute oiarante that it eosts
nothing lmieles i coie, 1. W. Me.
('ollum A Co hliar sold a igret many
li)omi eoutfill, everyone with their
personal guearalnMe e th r it s11 tnh.
izt. unlr.e It eaire.. an- they have eaon
to many remarkitl. e evdenes of the
,rorativ. ,powers N' oi oei that they
irr very slad In e, n t,. sgifring the
Iutarantre with sreII pekraag
% e4Im.t et fly) uars outfi "els hotl
II. e stra lottle.. ,! ,.t-ed,d 1)ceoate

. ,, I
A 1 ,


-* ., r k set
I .. *.. m" er t'

Pi~ts CUot

'4 )
'. ? 41

? 4? atI ew f ^, -


is 0 to'~1 dy


g, ,ma ma
e* Onst.l a Spelally. Write
for Oatalogue.
goif oti rmp. Corner Ward
SI ASim ...,.


V NNW- qw- -
Jacksonville and New York,
Oalling at OHAXISTOsH, 8.0.. both waeS.

The lnet touin k tIe C--Il- sw *lw
Clyde New England and Southern Lines
S Frelsht Servies Between JAOK0NVILLB, BROOTOW ad
PROVIDENOB sad All master. Ponte,
Oalling at haurlestoa both ways
Soothbonad......................... .......1roBn Lews' Whar B esto
ourthbooad.................. Frm oot of OatheUrie at..s 9 3o e

Cl ve St. Johns River Lin
8topplng at PlfatUa, Astor, Bereford (DeLad), and Itsermedate LamJi
on t. JoMas rler.
Are appollted to sil as followed Leeve Jaslkonmille, daily exep "
Saturday, at 8I) p. m. eItsurning, leave Saaford, daily e* .
eept Hundays, at 9: 30. a .
l. ve ;80pI....................J koovlU ........ .. 9 tr
,146ppm ... .................. Pala tka..................... 14 696
S0 m ............. ... t r .......... . . A t .. ... l.... d
.. (Dautd).............
Arrive8:10am.......... ............0 mrd .................
am ....... .... .. aterprse........ .......
r, M. j OOR. JR.. Am. Oe.PUB Ant. 5M Weet .i jvt, lla, ..
W. .rt. 0. .OJrS A _..5 .lame atwin
A.O. A0orI eY.Oa. ase la's m.A l. New Y. cLo Il3edA Ge. oIt.N A,.-
THKEO. K1ER, Vel-Prideas sad Osemsl Maae. .
OGeerwJ Ows: Pir N esh avem. aseS.rM em wae, New V ei

Take The Atlantic Coast Line


Des rat Dee n t P.a Sahga.t 4
.lhz- .t, Soo, 0tesl

Rapid Transit and Unsurpamed Service
Time Table la *Belt November 0D. I0.,

[).Pars For
12-UMa m

5 0opm1
A 40ai

4; &p 0


Ocela, ..eostmurg a144 elk

Onalis, L.e~burg anad Tampa. sw uWp

Worth. ree anOWwe"tDal
prisagaWofamcus. Blavamash, Iraeviek i 4 1paw
I-Atlanta all Pisnia ershbu at Wees Mahsy

seeeUe, munopy aIW Ultra



inaoabugeoh MileagTe ?ekts, geni o,,eIS/uxn milee uofsomaSe# opON& :

Use .' minvia A tisUe O(W Use. ard... 1. ]a~way.
4-f empte*. lafuetiaa. sell eo
J. A. OOODWIY4. ThkbefAgset. Oalmswvlb.
W.AN J. CK A T0RifNOmlp *rTP40C0046'rj IWnIssuR tev. Pxs. a

Oebodet.Ke Rwle uti,.A7~). lift


1400. U1,0
Le Le;

,r me-O uet.*~ 5

Iw I~. 54w IM41 ~~. .4104

*Wf 480 lop on4VOMOSM l.*VVs 4g

j ~~ IWS As 5ftoo, ~* I UE ~

Advertise THE SU





LHair ca~vr'S Han Vow, kme eo w WI
ask es I lesS Ir*ISJ ~ ewle, p
s w8 oadP
Dressing of. M owgo* o

, \ *

--W- w

We -


,#Its Death While Digharging
SIn That cppaelty On a
16 Defendant Company-SmI41
S dagof tnelmiralt eoorn
M tep-$ is tearing sMos*
thoease ef D. Mallard
Al tle Qoai TsoBe RBalroeed
saW, tun-
WM11 is one of the moet
WOvIa tions brousgh is q ki
40io rLgeoars, Is to reeoo r
ao edeath.b of WWe. H.
boefted of the pitalsif, who
Mp"m a train of tbe defend*
while In the discharge of
11as englaneer.
*e W. Hamptona of this
A. B. KIlg of Jasbaemville
itag the plaintiff, while
B. A. Burford of Oula, Syd
nsd C. R. Layton of Gaines.
r for the defense.
W which oouapled the entire
uleday, will be taken up agpla

Cae of Pneumonia on fteerd.
.do not know of a single laslanee
a "oogh or sold resulted In
la or eoasemptlon when Pol.
Hoae land Tar had been taken.
Mre oghl sand eolde perfectly,
not take ebanOes with soae ano
preparation whiobh ay contain
which atuseo eonsumptlo, a
itla% that retards recovery from a
Ask for Foley** Honey and Tar
Neo sany subtlitute offered. J.
MIollunm & o.

Fend Dead In Lumber Yard.
Orleans, Nov. S2.-The death
6f a man believed to be James
aport, of Cincinnati. 0., was
in a lumber yard hero. Papers
sa accident Inaurance policy found
e body bore the name of "JamNW
Ieaport, Cincinnati. O." The cor-
I rendered a verdict declaring ap-
Ogy to be the cause of death.

SBe Charitable
Vlour honr4 a well as to yourself.
n d not suffer from painl of any
our horses need not offer. Try
ie of pallard' Snow Liniment.
ml all pains. J. M. Roberte, Ba.
Waeld, Mo., writes "1 have based
ilalmens for ten years and 4ind It
4o the beat I have ever need for man
beast." Sold by W. M. Johnson.

sIt Baptist Clergyman Dead.
-WbridIe. Mass., No-. t --Rev.
lMa Howe, a eeatratarlan, and
I Oldest Baptist clergyman in the
MN. d4ed today at hi home In


Po~tthv.Cu rv ur

hf rw C. 1U. Juatua IK.a

sayeoetamo for It, Sw ILl:

.-matta siw al
Ib ua 5moaaM= b
M" n w ou&I

IFor coustipstif, *Nihu 14ma',g.
pdipstlon. Sw O OeM *04colic,
Dizinsals. R s ao d ASaythag
=aused by a diesders Lbvv.
"That Drowsy Pawa
by putittg Your digegh.o"PAIN
to work, iaueidg youir appetiw.
and. i Is f^ m~ka you feel likea

8an .arms~
DMI@ DweC00"080


Dublin Citlxena form a Compqny to
Put Steamere on River.
Dublin. Ga., Nov. 30.-A compa-
ny is being organized la this city
for the purpose of oonstrUottag one or
mqre steamers for use on the Oconee
river. All Vf the rooak eaept about
11l,t00 hai ben raised and this will
be secured during the next few days.
As noon as the lumber can be sawed,
work will commedtbe on the steamer.
In the meantime a boat will be
leaned for use until the new boat
can be completed and ready for work.
Messrs. J. t 8Bmitb, Jr., 0. G.
Sparks, Jackson Stores, Brandon &
Dreyer, Orr-lmith Grocery company,
W. W. Ward atr the principal stock-

A Year pf Blood.
Theyear 1908 will long be remem.
bered In the home of r. N. Tasket of
Allilnee, Ky., u ayearof blood,whleh
flowed soeopiously from Mdr. Taoket's
laogs that death seemed very near.
He writes "Severe bleooding from
the lump and a frightful oough had
brought me at death's door, when I
boIan taklol Dr. Kingl's New Dissov.
ery.for Oonaomption, with the asto*n.
Fishing result that after taking foor
bostles I was oonpletoly restored, and
as time has proven, permanently
poured Goaranteed for core longs,
aoughbes d oolds, as all drug stores.
Price. Wst asd $1. Trial bottle free.
Pour Men Surned to Death.
St. Louis. Nov. 29.-Pour men
were burned to death and probably
5t were Injured In a fire early on
Wednesday that practically d(ltroie.i
the IJ.ghtlouse hotel, c tndirteil iby
the Salvation Army. nt the north-
wm.t corner of Ninth and Marl,t
atrorts. Moro than 2(1 i mon were
asleep In the builditn when the fir'
was discovered, thoe rater number
beitn on the isacond and third floors.
All became panlic-tricken and before
the Iremen arrrlvt and could stretch
ets,. many had Jumped from thet up-
per window* and w-,re picked up
crushed and utnoncilous on the rtre T
pavement below. The fu<'r dead have
ni' blen t identlfled a' their bltfl,-.
were buredl to a 4crip

PONA~- ,ams TAgKE J *

Higgine, N11m.1a.a Atwell A qt To Bp e 6 many "p e
Pesaeols, ha ., Nov. 29.-Atter a ters is
a lapse of two days, during wAkch in5l1 thesA am esoo
tuie other f ose were heard.t Uhe ,T. -ft k 'otheooldsfashjod oil
S. Court Tueday resumed the con- TI6 rl -o thms ob-
deration of peonage c ases, the aul e and &uC perfection
general masplracy indictment against I m/ c Uze pa t- combined witt
W. 8. Haarlana, G. W. Ia*ats ofsd n and Sklled work.
Robert Gallagher, Oscar Sanilor, B. n hat ad& th&
Newlander, Archie Belylinger, Har-
ry Halverson, W. E. Grace, C. C. I 0
Hilton, 8. R. Hugglin and Johp At- I 7
well, for alleged conspiracy to. om-
ift peoniae, was called. I f Jfl'H eater
The district attorney announced
that the government would not pro- ( Sll(u vke)
Ond aaianst Hilton, Huggins. 4 At- a oup Ir to Al oth Cannot
*ell, and aut4 order of severance was P .Ot Vick cannot be
eOtered. _tid too or too low. B
Manager Harlan, of the Jackson twd r 00 sf 1'too lew. Bras
Lumber company, had already been oil0 Oauthfil yembod Holds
convicted upon this charge, and coun- .U of and Oi l annine
sel entered a plea of abatement, but a W port ; easily
the prosecuUon demurred on the cCdater W Told roo0nsand
ground that It was an entirely differ-. ats water qulck Two finishes
ent cAse, and the demurrer was sus- --nlkWland P A Every haterwar-
talned. The jury was then selected aji al. If you cannot get heater or
add testimony began Wednesday. hmormation from your
-dealer, w.ite to our
Tko.' No U caresagency for de-
2.- Thaere's No Us... gaIgL ciula
Talking, you nsa's beat Herbin. for ______ __c__._ _
the liver. The greatsseest regular ever T I
offered to oufferlog homasily. If you is aa
suffer from liver complaint, If you are era -
billious ad fretfol, it's your Iver, and mat to every roe and is
Herbloe will put is in its proper oo* the buet lamp ftoranW4 a
ditloa. A positive eare for esoMtlpa. booseoM uel vtT coatr.cted; abcuately mads;
tion, billotoeses, dyspepsia, ad allHis wnu powI. =deof hras
due o a torpid liver. Try a bottle and te u ar
you will mover use any thing she. Sold mat7 a COMPANt. 0 mespe..nae.
by W. M. Johoeon.

Project Submitted to People. -....
Berlin, Nov. 29.-The senate of lA. M. GOaAAw, PIesident H. E. TAYLOR. C, .r
Bremen Wednesday submitted to the ~no Hr, Vie-Preidens La GaHaM Ast. Ca r
people a project for additions to th
harbor facilities lnvolving an out-
o. u.e TrIs.. osGet Rid of. dn.. THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACI' A 0
Without HIerplelde.
Did you over P ee any ,'ie trying to Capitalj .0..... .. ....... ... .......50,900 (10
wItah tihelielvel Without uoap of
v. ih.,s? Surplus and Undivided Profits... 80,000 00
1f you did what wou:I you say of
tilir? Doe e iuilvely a onnlkina bsibe.wtfitentaSlesequal to sa beak In the S.tose 14,;c:
It In every bit as foolish t. try tno gt tIose0ouao(f 1 1 ra .raw.Merehbnts.Oorporatlon, Ose. Isserestastowe
rid of Dandruff und tu ,event UAtih bi nseetlarrwasemes All biesm trainmlset4 roaMpt
iets by feeding the gtr:n, which causa HB.3 TAYLOR, Casiter,
It. with Canthrarnlem. V:ailr.e, 0:ycr
Ine nJ IPlmilar substarce- whieh form
the princrlpal Ingr-iients it aot *** *
called Hair Vigors. I
Newbro's Tlcrplclde Is su',4ssN1ul bo-
,sa.eo It atticks and kilsa tlin parn.slle
germ which fe-4a on the hair roots.
it i, to o,-lrtl ,inrur enuined (In"oo& potRatdI
Poldt Ibv l'odlnr drngxxitts. R'-i, 4 10o. tn
Dtmp to. mRple to The ,Torlt.he co., E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
J. p. odilfbrd A Ca., MSpelal Ag.t Abstraeto of Title and full Information furnished regard ip liae ta t, i
county. Our managerrha lived in this county thirty yeari etI
Is thoroughly eouversant with land titles.
4M. LAWS or rIiDA.
NoI is bereby gives that J. R. Thosea. 0 ., V O of Tax (ertilloate Nio ml. dat-
ed e th eag' of July. A. I) .al. bha flk.d FIRI, ACCIDENT, BURO LARY AND INDEMNITY INHURANC !' *'
made aus'Me tas for t se4st wo M, s eating a number of prominent American and English eomaa *w*,
cofmame wli ilaw. Saild ertivai.eembrsrem REAL ESTATE AND CITY IA)ANt
the toiowluf dewrltbed twxrtv %ituated In
Alte ouster. Morida. tow I> G-inll p.1 tlle o B1 T-cid
K4of No I-4o1 M -4 elso ernince In -.. -
center of Neoedos rue Ki roi1. I, raG. W I

rath. "A N lead lice .tdstthteot

'1w a1M land blr waMseMied ai the date of
AMways Was Sick. tbr titVia*e of swach ertlelrcate theDnameof
When a man ay he always was siek, I 'nrMer hall be rdieemed ase-
troubled with a couabh hat lasted all : ne" stClaw. tsldeed willLowi thereon on
the ltatClv of Dew osber. A. l, IS'r,
winlter-what would you think if het s ain my ml aliure sui ,cal this
alhould say he never waes siek wshince 'h d o( M r H. V ,,,
usainl allard's lorehound Hyrup* I tl t C'tr ' rt itCoh.),- & .
Suab a manexistsa Mr. J. C. lark.
D)enver. (uluorado, write: t or years
I was troubled with a severe
cough that would last all win. RI.TINJ
ter. This eouth left me In a
amlerabloeendsltio. I tried Ballard's RACTAI LLT
lowheound Syrup and have not had a RIPARIEID aed
sick day a6ese. That's abat it did for
me." tSd b) W. \ Johnom. ROPER I.

The',asne%%,t, OeatrUtiAcc.
r I~ N Y \.j SA 'rv s -
$agfu.rr11t1ax&m*. .,yire a', u
elsitd.-stm !-cu u t edy ht I1
ar leutlr ht. .k nt,4o~crrCt,,-r
Iliuff A Go.-IMA~nr ''ange IM
witiri. buiurtiP. .. ii'the fiaturv.I
a3bttar 011re~'" it'l niI lt t rc% mere
of a Iag .uSo Cnvoot mon ga.he -i rem %'. M
the arecral Mr~. tatr-s .11kb*III
reaadeeithe r~ I-tabcoat Cop
per It .3is .'ato ont he taleof W .
Ila R..mjeev.~t. a cv"S of the p'sa
6448%h k Uv a Pee te Ambuien'.
you Vaasa 60mplibh sry one*%
It loot 14tt b la w0t. a Youe tol
dell, your *e"yes beavy a04 elugts
939rlos uh*&%G pemr. 01406 Uass
give Fruil t Svep Woslemies tae liver
-ad beolew.~amid mhtooy tool bngtt
bed mitt.. 0000 isne LtasePftilt .I
rep do" WSt mewellke s igo" sad is
Mild "4 "n PW- As to 11814. Or-
b"Iseiown 0efe 1"S ~plus "-00
aw NowS 3" 960tles
a. we afe *f

noartst Ir .

PERRY I. COLSO, Pmr. J. W. BLAIDiG, Vce-Prs. B. R. COLS01, .-.


I t'orBlTR


"The Title Is the First Con-lderation."
W1e do an cuelusive Abousct basigaeos with f-cililtau fnr il; art
INFORM ATION ouncerniog the Title to any aind all laida in A]&,,!



D Pit aPEm
Omt tE asad




B"I "i U I L-T. I ACR

THE SUN. Sahlesvilie, F. It. RA LIYBmAR


It 39S1?
Is Ta,,

~einpm ped W rl~t of.6the.WM
- F'sae,,t*le sha n sat es elm W

For Sae by....

THE sal, 6rimua lum.

(3-s~vI n-, eB--11IG,

Full Text