Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01012
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 4, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01012
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VYOlII, NO. 231



Zsihts Are Made Hideous By
Populace of That TownU.


At Wafaw the Social-Democrats Have
I--smla Revolution Proclamation.
Di0(1srl Are Reported from All
Partl of the Empire.

OdO4u Nov. 3.-Aiinal'ca, is ia;
pat iere, Klling and lp.uiiuliiinn I;
bhe bthi formed oi huundro.s ul ',i
lAtU, 4minued tthis liuuriiiii .A\: ,,'n
on the wJew are Ince.sait. I'e n.it i
are ad ilbdeous, bodies ul "luoy. v.i-s
with.-WOU the Lpolce are frut ti, ,i.,..
mlaraohlB trough tie pr;m'illa. -i' .,
beat national flags, IpkrIIItI~ t l ti.,
*m)LWor d ikons, liinllllg t.itr uL.iuii
aI hIymU, mashing e tcvtliiiingl in tlli
Way st ioOtng shops and iou-rb.
Hlospltl wagons passltd l.l'ouIai i.h
trees incessantly carrying ,i ti h
killed, wounded and niutiLated.
1'e troops wreaked t rrie',i ven
gence on the r(sideli' oli tl,
boOl from the balcontie uof '\.in
sots were fired by unknown ipersl)o..
os the soldiers. The latter liiiwed-u:t'
ly stord the house Uail w'I w u ii
heord o barbarity, min.as.. (ie. at,: li'
iahabltnta. i
It Is persistently asseitel .iat t li'
uaknwu persons who flied ,on I1.
troops were disguised po;ite'iiii'in aiA
parptly provoked the troop- T',;
Stret are flled with Cussarck patio;,
ad Lyag dJetachnmet'nt ouf'the' Re
Cres which follow the bound of wuiar
derou rioters.
"- h rtll hag' f n inlOintf'rriupn '
the whote day and silll cout.niieM s u
thtis Iltch II fled Many huntre d-
bave ben killed or wo'inde.l.
Thelity is in a dreadful :ta P oIr
LSpCl.. Bren the te:Regiaph office '
were closed most of 'inthle' ) fli iL
arnt time since they opi ned

telUtlein Proclamation.
Wa~tw,, Ruasaa Poland, N',v 3 --
lathatry fred on a crow.l of ,n.
strators at I o'clock th-is aft ritlor:
Two person were killed ani 1 r.e'r
al woeaded.
rMay ligbts took place :ri vr'.at .
par1 a tWe city. The koria'!ls' .,a
Ittamg the patriotic persons.
T % OOrtI and government vff.c''.
bet anr closed.
'IU oelallst-Dermocrats ihl, aIf"
S0of iau d a proclamation calling f'i
S1ellWtalit. Polish flags %pre d'-
played tM rmaiy balcon' n andl a
IaMa lMtl of all political parties'
aS-Mbli lat PhiUbarmonic hall to dnl
S" te situation. while the imm'onn'
r Iw4W mrrowmdilg the building manrj
patOtle oid aad shouted patriotic
r4il maWtl thy wene boars
A 4eptftlos of prominent lriizrn"
Slb the venor generarll to protest'
pl es lI s massrcarer In froeti
oty ai, beaseAhing his to
"o ralHttary to order to avld
L he Ioveramest promisre-
Sgill llr ved sat be permit
U& se thaer ar m,,esatrc iad

1 m111 f&leatved a tliegram from
t. wr-w-na:
*It Arrletary tha ** *aisd

m1 10I nIoa m.
ajl Newst. Vie 3.-T-Te Uat i
UmeN daiinstaINlle )yerday
d wtir ~wepread riot ta The
Mb 4aISe1 the tlteapp poles.
S49 fmiWmn piperoty. barred
4 t6 s9ub -- tharW bebe& at ts-

l rtlW. TIieT wlre ar'k *il.f
Ntik _ne -. j
** asslur. Ome use-..

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wlo ro~1 (l, ];i i il ih hands ( !
ti.. r.orr.s. w ;o ar' ;p!:i:i t. ring by the
Swhc'l ;tle. ,ir t 1i. fi lunt In I ll
ir.s Many lw.r-',ns hav been
iill. ) or Injured. ii\\OrUitd people
are' hiing taken to tlh hospital every
,(n.'m nr The clh rgy lf: the church
(s in littenipta to pacify Ihe rioters
bl' *li ir efforts have Ieeln unavailnug

All Work Stopped at M!nsk.
M:nil-. Ru.sla, Nov. :3.-I)Dctors of
th.- .. wi i hospital worked all night
long in ine vtwounledd brought In from
the railroad station. Aherv the troops
firel'l olltys sit the demonstrators,
kllin; inavy and wounding great num
bter, All work is at a standstlll



By Scientifico etbods Dreaded
Disease Can Be K lled.


Profesor Rupert Bkyce, an English
Medical Expert, Rturns from a VI&e
it to Central America--Parish of
Calcasleu Ralsee All QuarantUne.

l''ll ilolsp aure closed. I
New Orleans, Nov. 3. T.iw raising
Citizens Organize Militia. of all quarantlat lt L tb ,:,.h of 'al.
KIRaHII, Russia, NoV. 3.-The city is casilu,, Including lake t .ules, Is re-
n',>\ under the guardianship of t' guarded as the best news ., has ctiti..
ne, .,:% formed clti7t.n militia consisting to i. state board of 11 i the i pat
of 'idln.nt.s and workmem and muster
ine 410 nien. armed with weapons Itk tortnilht *cause t i *. l tou mel
vie from the police. The new guards that that -prish which -titued the
puarotled the strrpts all night. Taere most extreme poastion Ol, ;I!, ft\'r I
we-r no disturbances. oonivlnced thai It has I : \irtually

(<'Hlcaleu and Lake (': 1is'9 refused
The New York Authorities Belleve a aNll Iright from New 01 i ain. st, htopi)
Crime Has Seen Committed. all train scrvicernld dt. ... d their in
Nei York, Nov 3---The Tlinime ays tenllon not to re-opet .' ,iiiiiicatlon
iiWinl the utiolp.) on iilu hlhel) of .%Itr until frolt appearedJ ti For one
.MIargartii ToJd, the wealhlthy oliillnu OiiiundCre d .ays tlry ani; ,ii..d1 thll at-
ti.o, meDanKged hod> was found on tUe Litndel and now they I alwotllhhed
r,., l tracks at Pil;:adelpihia F'ri. every restriction. 011. i.'io n and
d .. ~ill be held uti 11 o'lo.'k lo. parishes annuuuce the i' , oval o'f -m-
i, tIl iA it'diud of to.lhy, as ainoulncit' bargue a, and there art now that
)., ,d ay. are still barring passe;i in fiuom New
I I, rtoieNtd to determined whether r O leans.
t ,',.inlac contains p ison. Accrd. The cases remalntilnK ulnr treat.
I:, i ltii Tnieis George Gordon Hast. ment have dropped t,'.I lo 18. Iand
)i,:- tle attorney who drew tle wi the centers of infectltn are 0 como-.
:',, Mirs. Todd wan to nave signed pletely under control t'l' ii ls rlgarrl
;i M lunday has In his possession a ed as Improbable tl,'A many more
l, k: : which he asserts iL In the hand. caes will bhe reported roite frost.
r:.:ILKg of a party known to him and Profesaor Rupert it),', dean of the
'w:':, ;% Interested In the case. Thil lIverpool hrhnool ( Trolcal Me4detwie.
it; e. addressed to George Amory, has returned to New Orleans from frnt
L i: r.i of the Van Hoffian. nl ihb Honduras. where he went In Ale
pa:' I Is as follows: temper to look Into 'he health condl
S 1.. i V, a 9,- ___# %L- r. i f mL 9P sl.. ... I ..a, i rr uai n'

Ji) I G. W. A.--IO not De afranidnurn, 1 uI
'hat I shall reveal any Informatilo yoa country.
inl) gi,.i uie. Have written her a Iondura.
'-.' .-,: Ig lelt'r and she inay get tbere was
f.. .I', h ,I T~er I Itt lo *' rn f a l *'IrIevter la I

te' aloc
end (l111'.
Prltlsih If-'

in# surrousainig
ral Ife way"ll
'ely lite'Oltow
' tIorms heii tr

ie ki atw e.bt hr ill of It In t'he r two ',pirtrhe'
.., and hug~ b~ hurT. Wt( tbe-r Wlli
At ightil Wieel he rules to Wel moneY twrntloaed. lie fsriuse@ *the' leeif-
I', in intr ?bohi!d she be taken stl il.mt If the Ncw (:. 'C ans e :rte'4t or*
ei'r: I:. esend lor Mrs. Hfow, and It fWl10wos there at' %I'1w111 c1dte'ItY
M I.. l'ad.l (onoenio, send for Mis. in Iucfiping the f0I' out of 1iri.'
PS Ir)4'. I fir Doyr' se e seathnirl. In
4 ..N wcj t t in -o. ke-) and have one (V- : Anirricu n'' se il the As'
in;. ." e- 'Ii yeeei esn glgt Into the lt niia'tm r rnbhoel' n IghtInIg ) e!iw
room" 'ri for tine' It the beorimes ff.%-r *-- In th". # bes aee''nris
daz.~~'i '5.) di. sand I will come &I of t r e' v,'e'etr''. iey will Ie astle
S Ie -,In to r e 'he Intro. irtln of the d~
ar n hitng teaitptnis kirk the "P -c
AP.. It a u Lntu tit, n l4 U of lel 1 Vttrcin ft "'. Q!hllty of elleew
fe % ofr ve it I f iti! Dt)'WAIte .aprseses
the' 't,lnlfhti ha, l Is no mOre- dabn
44'r tif Vt.!,, w ff I. hIn e*0w 4flr"'aa
BANK ROBBERS ANI CAPTURED III Pineytn'Ir 1$-' n a1i'ec'Oret of te'
opu.,.fl' (leto In if It an an t
II Is Be esvcd that Entire Gang Is Now ;reak hel rre 'rr ., rrc4 l'f knoew
Seu:nd Prison Ba S1g. mhe? Iivin o @,Adgal rine from the
l .'e kv 1. SorI 3 --A *pCliI m En r.,Iltwi u%41h v IPher,-O thio pear
fpjr e".'" K'.Bawfometl. In far?. ne Ir the dsaurr of
'1I1. r Ofe ',f :Le' Warebank r'' archerp ,athr"'e ta 'e fa#* e esam It
Wra mere rdp..attI La asmt alht at b" ever o e'--" f Vhistory of tI
M~'.r It e -! n 'tIOn CA I V 'ir aUs l rit) jcf 1e" (V altAI
as ranld $ts-Insttmpe. s1d1111411
onp' ', lat e o a t' avoellag sw onte a teefor mIIl
repre'unatrC e oft A CtbO";,Ia1 Alrm I ft Vvrebeftro. N'?o 3 -Atelearjg
is now Lw:.@ o* hb e orw 5*5 o rob to spnciIcatons ro' vIV "by the itol
ben hat L"0 e ap!uro4 chamber .C osmn 1.0 *. the ity Of We
Ta. moral? Iv Rirbn.odn lad wiredlc will bore 1ies nt of evr ad
gheriE JacobSL here he4 'wt ~fIof kf bofothba sore Lb& I$ mIleN o" ffWOW
on of o" arr;; % 'n robbed tho bheakale. vhca ikthe p' Iso& the b amist
at jfagprsiev Ind "a4th li dowreintp ealbn t have It. re ae W V I
tie taUlles e (e'y' YVtA meof C It' emit The *atera wo W the
prteo*0S. I.JUL ir &r!Two hebr. The to MaaquacS river ai. a I am 4"W1 b
diasa oIPro.' sLe ispecld ero toa roried tree *wll* ** erone U az'e
day of Is#jba I 14 snloe s 'w! kp Is & S
one' o ( Va :, .-e'se a w l&044lV slaw of t he 0 a' of*aaft
fIts MW 1. e'A W eon. blast I' -,2t Ia-be. TOf 1'. "4 IS uuian 1W,
have A mh*Is Ka1081FI. the *ferpfr Vt"*"s )mpg o 1hp es*
T~aof 4"0#g0% at;I t' .- MU sthe mauI
ber ti-w aasa 4a ftomdS e Isbp
V64e0's p ipe Beae dii tcrew f pads tFIyr
W. ijnUra *'VI 'k moteso eg
C'har~s' .~ .' A u'&e ltepstl!-s 3C--- *iw J
0-1t1 Ce15'*"'It gae s 404 WMSaduoyes.' Iaemmhe pbarw
ed by C.' I A ~A" I 1 110 1116 111 o fek 1~O lhem '
gigiit to i 31r r-,4eto a'NOuvWy. 111" booa r W IbV sWn

hIghot a".. MI On-MA. "P. M"Sa a is t bef .4's4 ag*I
bmese 1i's 0 1 f Uboothwy IFSaIV a in *, AM *. a.f&
owe Vee'to-fjt%@&e i5l b~fillsft 4 mob" boo I15 bow
- -' diL e'inagi.Mh6 USO t'I

Iu The APS
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G.- CA T W A R,)H 1S P L A NN E O

Dewey Wanti Unc c Sam to Build
Mammrothi Lattlesolip.

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1'. till I'' ,i,ri l 's i! a i.4lel t i'u ll:
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kl It i1 etr1in in 't.inInte I Itt I '
IV -411111P Illir't Ill IICII a I to, low
Roahn" A IeviamutitI-ifiit',it I thoii itit h le'o'mif
1iieiile' mkIN ff i fn l 41ti %?, I' I ntie a S o 1 0
ei"le111iie'l l" ee -11 1 Of es11 C 11141 114 AII' IJIM 1',in I 4'
ant I IIIIlt m) l in ol I

l't' a l a, fit alt') iltit~te'u'y Uof I.',iit',i
gU 11i..
t'li.vt ';INe'teICol t'I ~t itt ter I *t'aip lltii~
dell Ie talit I is 'I an' t ) aI in tee ti teI I' ,? I.t %VA I
ItNe i'ei1i1 -M' i1t Min i -if I v i'

trIf I. eer it e .'i Ill 1 w i lle- co 1
fi11 1 1) h; l .11 Il l 1 1. li'lloI I, R I.I 1. L 'I

of tei ii* 1e Iiilio-''
ers I boasrint' ie 't I- 1 1':li. dIeiln:' I tr ai
of li'iet,.ltret 1 .1it 114Ill ?t et ect thu inini.r
12 r.14i fit I t t ie' Ieii I i n 'IeI.j iI t
P1 -14e bae.eN ill i f i IAse; litri itf, l' I- Uw
gte lu igidiiMetraIllA lil r t'.


Negro Eiposes Fraud WhIch e oHad
Been Practicimn oPon Pubic.
('hhe'ui't, N'.3 '3 A ellwatch Lu
thit' Tribume from AloierngfildltI.ll b) I
that a roa viiti man with eriso ad
hme ir:,' :15., alls dlorovere', irrhift yye
a'vrt:sy lit. hs Nlvorge irovin, a lots
ntiegria.ha. tuvg t uriiceis, whoe as
11 eit'.nI i Pti ll)mlreitte je5 ci lb

IlU' 4 Ie .t'.4 I ilt ni Il& i) I
I".'r itle c 'itno- 'h da '-ar t wl i ll nitei ii
III#- it, nwe .!.I t't'te era(t) leig tho jletat"
fil l ta i~ ej-01 sle till,,nLsii InI
A I t Isli Ii 1n1.t0'1ty It ~ 51w uto ashI
'iu' of pautl5 6. 8 Aviskipsg e'ild lera5 i do.'ti

Ii' I te -IeI
II 6at.il, ri1 1iee p)lti hal betn In
*eli|d tilndr his scalp for thr ptir
1-<, oif lasllrtr.lg tao hbarm upon II
At the 'ia nr Ilmr two ia hle Iroilt
**rth had 1tw. n *a*.'- oif an.),
plID eln lli iuld cruaiJr u pon whtbr
could IHt *'res*4 duep tre, form'
able lolllag tskre, anid when tIl
be.l then laretmplislbhe he *snl ,n
t1. '**- i *(') a etbau puoh0l a feu'
'*l'' ilan
lit- 4ri4ardl that IA thl ftrhltf l
ha i rve. -d4 all ovyer ith* ast*' .



Boston Offcials Now Looking
tor South End Phyloitan.

S -- ----.---
The Man Who Is teing Held by )Pllis
in Conn*.tion with the Suit Cae
Mystery, Is on Verge of Nervous Col
la ise--he Refusea to Talk.
1 I i., ,\N\ \;L o; : ., ;a ii who
I Allli I1 11. 0 e' %, tVil t) iOi L %i t't >
ultik 1 .1 il t ,l 11 1 l it i li 1 %uil i

..i. ... o ,; i .... .At, oU Silll ll ia A. iA ;lla ,
Lti \i lin p I ( i I i Iuit irts lr it J .
a.i I .1,4; i. 1.' ti'r inu In at ltiv Vli)
l .i i, i t. hiIl. o l as tik latll

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I l. I i .' I t ncd"i il!1 1>n1 w ir i I hen t w as
111,.* ;i. 1 O ..> l lHl .lllUII %&A .%o %% ok
lit ~' 1i w 'e i1i1tll 'l llt U llAl 1 he W .14

r I t, i i it i i t ilt f ( r hint to ap.
,1 in 1 .i 1 i. iiiiltnicp.il tc irt today, Ui
.il' t ,I i : :. '.,ii'Pi .i; t'lA l I lia. 1 e
S li1>.',: I .1 i. i I01n i1 h ti would t i o il e lit
tn t II' N1isK i A i 11in s u oil, ibt.
li Ih itl il i iiid t ii t .i0 i'4lrpI ill I a lt
ill ;1 il
t li,-' bhitd ng )t 4l Id.' ) n thli ht o ice
ofl a Ptl k isay tln iit (r ii alis)y u( l i
oWliilnl dlaiti diI rinlg glvl' ti ilIaina
t(; ,r) hi) ler niothber lina (.'iristmas.

>u I h lt Ihat ligh i tiailn a i to the idea.
1) of I lie Sult oa0e victlim.
I'hlo o t(liloe be Mai ilitig for ila
ring after the lading of the limbs is
the *eTolnd siult oai last riday sad
upia the statement by Mrs (Jeary tiia
this rlag wailc the girl hail been Ia
the hbbit ef hearing was miassng. The
police iavre laiauld that I rilag was
pawnd t pi pI b) a youag mai. Tthey
are trying to flid the pawn ticket gi-
es for the ring
A searlI for a*liih tenid physlela
suiepcte.I in the case' was c diluctedl
dlril ibe nlighr bill wIthout relllt.
Thew pole vidllie a housi where t is
alid to bave livie pirt of Ie time, hoe,
Insalle of the place said the do'ir
bad not ben there fir several weeii
The authlorliles are etlsiroll of il
tervlewlng this physi:ran oniaccolstal
bl al legged remwiihelance to (the Bg
who ptapurase- bie twil esuit as
which lb "-ly was rfounid from thes
soibleead pawnahop
J|.'sB (1I. r.ntet easel for ide
thaA. II salad to hairve lalerseled 1,
eltRia to make Wa further etal-ests
to rope i.ller .- *any hind. Thi *will
for. ithe" asilhotlie esttiroly Spas
their onrt rieoureel to make set a
rAem arallirin Nathll aad the Othmer
iho iPolay t1W rspoWstbhl

lJlihtAh kIn m

tl4e i x atra'ntlsg womdoring tier a 1 rov 3teurv x-i pei Me
of 'pi pu"' a wh@&e t 1 MO ice ot ted as IbosuetO 1 pole,0W IN thI
Cfesp real live 'wild mail," repteee I ft learIfo r f"1A UoAY. we Woud maw
the ,ere'sa' ot Afriem. biss sismsfrea lthe oak Name or$,
An bs. ss adW a bs Ii a I' i Is tay # WhatI b e sad Mog f hI
had hosese rllg him Mr st" w ci.s. I a~terutsM f te it ries pgmple,
nr ftDM,.a #a*te msag"cs 14f i..ppriessd4siof ONOW99 UO MQsa&d
ospIutl, w bere he FOrefe o owed wasNoblesW O' Wg shr .e me me b p
*9 Ne rif s amewas sd

mt. ionm, 0. .x a lusred 1
3.5th aMv(sm Ofee ufth '.6.50-ej" W5S SaIsseeto USAd
Where 10 k Pisme, ls ip,** 0.c0.l ,.. WO e f --. I. %@ t obows
LW olodom W" 8u1 ,Pad- to 4ests 64 ,up o inhift aul 4 WSas
a uin" The 4anbaartrI8 ahe.evo s"4d Imbafas mas i muahebad Wte a
three k esfthe Of 6) M'64n..f r -p soo 684 S of I Free's Sommea swbtub
a *66 Io a6rbout es 'net ...sr chief. UeseI "wes, Ib t
owe WtA balo cw I1 p-t ersgep No~ al l, ad omUN megt We
llitfe p e s. #SAO A. IM n ',.-laf -Y -I w- om K ib oftI oup &e .A -
WAt bow 9 a b I r '& '.WVI.p, %, Pat! *( 00of #h e 4i M IM 9 hare
saift"Dumd eI'tste't b,?oqs. lea. 0 4 e @ o I uo I at. e A sthat dt We
OkW Oa r lrA& sAc.t4 o- .,t'.*4 be f .5g. sIs s espa l that th9 W bead 5'
4 ~' 510 1* 1 '. 3&A .'IJ s 0;; 005 *Wild 1d ly bes4se tom diseus
as 'Idrawsof ae noon othe baset pigac
Thi rsutsse
OW 60 k 0oe. Mee revad, I laitto 5

j~, as. S f r', t~JeAdf4ctga'si lamspe
Prfloe Aaa 6 00 s I* e ne. y teedo 161or vrt 4

Aw".,a -*. '~ m0Te, tkin, SIAM NWVut a wl tea
Via-Pri~ *4 $ gs Ilto 49*1104 ft" IsmIU sJ."O u MI 94"
po cies'.:. searln their cNum is*9,lred Ofbe Of1
&PIP,"! W %4or o b a p06 in" OOfI 'Ay

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SLat traw-rttornevy
m ives Consent
g telegram from the
owrenoodent of The
explains itself:
arrnto proceedings will be
ted at on early date in the So-
CooP, to test the oonstitutoonal-
rd thq Bookman bill.
"1Under date of October 28, Attor.
eyA enerls Ellis has written Judge
A. 1. Henry of Lake City, giving his
emission 'to institute oo warrant
proeedinp in the name of the Attor-
noy.General upon the relation of such
persons a you may name against the
members of the Board of Ooatrol to
Inquire into their right to ezeroise
power d s discharge the duties of
yetbers of the Board of Control.'
S Taitalthorlty Is granted on the fol-
S Jertag eeaditions: That proeeedials
siall be commenoed within ten days
n gam date thereof; that the propeed-
Stsp shall be commenoed in the ou-
l Ilae oort of the State of Flords,
ad pioseuted to a speedy determl.
SMale I that the State of Florida shall

Appeared Lset NIht In "Fa
Matinee This Aftrnoon
The popular Patrk toIk C
appeared last Oeveasog i the e
ular comedy of "Falehem." a
the fine stagTe etlan, st
ward-robe and the well-balnse
pany in the cOat, is wi one of
performance lof the eason ia
universal satlenfenon. The 5G
Mis Lillian Tooker as Fanel
decidedly clever, and others
east were all up to a high st
The May-pole deaoe and Fa
shadow danee were very fine.
At the matinpe this after
company will appear in "Th
*W ding," by special request.
?a the evening the full stre
the entire company will eonal
eaugement with the famous
Idyl, "Arisovs," a play that Is
eat running li New York C
one of the most popular drama


oon the
e Fatal
ongth of
ode the
at pres-
ity, and
s of the

Sluggllsh Liver a Foe to Ambition.
You cannot accomplish very mush
If yoor liver is inactive, a you feel
dull, your eyes are heavy and alight
exertion ezbausts you. Orino Laxa-
tive Froit Syrup stimulate the liver
and bowels and makes you feel bright
and active. Orinu Laxative Fruit
Syrup doe* not naeneate or gripe sad
very pleassnt to take. Orino Is more
effective than pills or ordinary eathar.
tie. Refsu.* tubstitates. J. W. Me-
Otllim & Co

Scene from "ARIZONA." the Clebrated Story of Army Life n the Far West. to be PreMtod
at the Big Tent Tonight. No Advance in Pricee.

I ItaSr Io axpe on seoouat of court
gU whllher the jdglment be for or
S41 the 0 lator. ad the Attorney.
~:- GUMI ay1 at daytime oause the
', ip oaidlgb to be dismlssed.
"ldgle Hary has written Jn reply
tMIt the proeeedlma will bt instituted

United ltatot Land Ofhce.
Yellowlag ko a partial report of tbusi
asg tUMeaoted by the Uaited tiat'r
i had oae during the month of It,.
SM o ei atd cash entrile, 3.MI 64
Se --t 1 atlaIbr sad ateoe lad *n.
6 t s, S amro 90b s heelted on.
MWl. I,t~t areci 42 final bhomo.
lael etutes, 4.31U.3 arem; L mill.
m I bokeay Ikad warrant., 11I.8I
M a me leoId. sehoool selection. M
aYe-; 41 e se o *lk estris, 4 **

Says We Kaltcd MIe Patt .
S rataai Ala Jw. I.-II.
0 1na,. Wiera, a uite wOm wara

Sto r Mo-a. a- e
Its her seaeSW11P.semsas c am.s.
Am@ b M*. e.lbowIs I Iome.
~r~r at be I "W", oan

Will Test New Battleship.
Washington. Nor 3 --The navy de-
partment IN arranting to have the pre.
limlnary trial of the battleship Vir
glla ow huibuldin at Newport News
take place about Nov. 21. Thise brtap
another big battleship else to the
potat wher e will be rody to be
plamd In ooamlausto aad oarry the
nag out upon the high ea. Like the
bttlUeaip Rhod- lanlad. which ha
reached the trtal stage the Virginal
bha a dispadeepeat o 14.48 toas a I
It 4etoded for a speed of 19 knots
Her complomest calls for 40 otler'
ad4 772 eolisted mea.
Woemr ODeroer.
White's Cream Veroifi aot nlca
kills worms, belt eeolw the m1aeO*
sad shIme ia wheob they bei their
aeu ; it bris lad aietky.alealt
eooditioe of e body whe* womsB*
meao eite. l M1 W. M. Jehbaa.

Confesse te Ame r Mredor.
Jacksonville. ia.. Nov. 3.-4aM
Mlwards. who will be hLngLb IY Y
for the murder. lat S ptNbrW, cO Nf
W. M"p.. salperlastaieit I b Iof
structilo for IAon .amnt, .ea. .d to
other munrer parpotmatd ab
tUer months earlier. The vielm was
a anero woman, ad MW wsae wit
great alee. deeeribed hi 4Mytg tfnh
glee. He wets to hr b ea tI"o a
my sad acted as am *f pa L
before ad praytag at the tanb .
awards la a seao.
To Oweu a GOeM a 01 Oy
Tabtets. DnIraek a w inopt Ki
tall1 to oure N W. 0 wo.e'l s-

iet. aen, I e I e *
haetae sad huvy.W

No ecrets VJ M ob
0 wbw he~w m
twm aid amob wo A
Frolaid ww be

Lb* i Lus.io corvim.il
ay He Hired Naegra to Kill Ctae.
D laone Sonrlanesent.
ViaMs, IGa, Nov. 2.-J; 0. RarL
Saa s madae a coateasaon o bhirtng
At Moore to bl W. Carter, but Ie
a9 that the killing of the etlldr
KtlB j "Latrde." He *oy t N t
= y cautloMd t-O neae
not to bam the eildrena.
Rawllnir, Joe Dently and Mltch
SJotoOaB lmade a trade wth Al Moore
0 to do the bloody work, and that Joe
Ib l Be atly ard Alr Moon wanted to kll
CNrter n baday night before, -t
S that they could not gt a baggy at Har
him to go to Oartris house. He
nchon." says they tried to hire a bagy, but
Sthat tW e liveryman would not hire It
company to thae unless they would tell him
vrr-pop- *ere they were going.
nd with Rawlingap ayS that his eonfeslo
trsetive em without the knowledge of his
ed orn lawyers, as Ue had reached the place
the bet where he could not keep quiet aay
ad gave longer. He says that he Is thoroughly
OtinO of different to tie decision of the su-
hon. wa preme court so far as he U concerned,
n t but he wants his sons save.
in the ,


Mamad br fra Was ndihw
wvkmR3#Gri wno'miwal.

SA I PRemedy for Constips-
ISowur Slomch,.Dia&u1oea
ame andLoss Or Sz.iP.P
Fec Sinds S;nalure c~r



The question
of Title the
rat eonsad-
oer!oa for
the Investor.

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Bears the


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For Over

Thirty Years

T"e e WmeW Se- y. I-ve mee.0


Renders reliable services of every sort along the line of
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alahoua county.
FPKCIALTIBM s Abstraet% ef Titles Tax ale Searemhe
Agietab Ilen-Realdet Land Owners Plata ef Contles,

Referenes: First National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
Daotoo & Co., Bankers.

I Belle and Jobbers to

8taplh ad Fancy Groceris,
WnlW, tarM Sed and Fertizrs.
Hlghes maitesl prle paid for Ohisheae. Eg and other Pruda-.
A Oample- se of BA OH.n, atl 0 rA BrMa, Meal, Oosttoun d Meah
Srthe VER IBET goods at the LOW.
s ad PIT O sas g-st- eatefeiton always.
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The Kind You

Always Blu

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PLfORlR flAM1flipnR 't lon

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WI[LHAVE ----- ........ ; ........ "--". ..- -
Ro=d CIt WSA111 Per Mile.
MR HAVE Thouns R ve Kidney RSad CS. t o, 0 PCr M ..
SEXHIBIT Ho n. oanciaco No o .ijor .
S, ,t I --t. r vo ; to I Bag. lo a B en rti'
l ...V lr'-. atl"~ 3ye itvr4ItrYn Oon V.n.4,o
SCach Has Worked -_ .Lct:tittt orst- 'I.i f'n sl te hllpplnC .',t
and Has Met Success. .ni..a.' .. .rtd. i ibe a s
S- J v cot.- au l:.i- eu, the gove '
.i the kssi .u anionntlnl .to be ..
*---,l r ... lni i it is .-. t.l O'* i" M tl; i, j.u
_______ _of ) .'f .L. .t for thb tatonti i i ,1.1.1
it WItSew to Great Advantage the !t \ trouble ti o Cs$75000 a nu lot .1-t0
Peesibitle of the County as a ot desir the So miles up into itrt.ins.
-,- it 04' if3 where i fore ta had to 1, 1 &.%d1 ay
Fa lnine and Fruit Growing Coun. -: "ti hC is wh, .ota a to cd is'ay
try, Manufacturing, Etc. :l lM\inciuw jl.pit thit theit kidunys and rocks cat through. r',, the thor.
.n l hl, ilh.r ;ire out ,,t order. oughfare is now ready : i laying
If Alahoa county does not capture What To Do. of rails. If the governni should de-
the c prlo tiL the ir c oln t:,t k wle lge cide to built a steel bhi .! tt, re.
the fre plrl Iat the big State Far it ift, .cpressel, tht Kil Imer_'s_ _
will ot be because we have rot S .irit-Rtot, tihe grct Lk',iiiA v remedy,
worotpforit. Major Jown W. T'enct, f"l:~1.l c\'rv -'.iry iincitrIl, ihliumnitiatln, Best Liniment on Ea'rth.
who bk been engaged in collecting l't:: i:i the ack, kln-l. !\'vHr, b>laldder Henry D. Ialdwin. S'i,. rinitendent
eontyoxhibite, and will manage the r:"ts ili nsae. City Wlterwork. S h, t,,r. W
ese at the Fair, has spared no lahsr o.:.i 1 liilln jpain iin lling it, or had writes: "I have tried mnIIIy kindsof
in Ilking what should be one of tti., IT' Il f1oI'>ltl g u1se of l::qor. ~n im or linimente, but I have -Iv.er received
fine exhibit ever seen at any State "' ul ,"'ercome tit t iunlea~l-it Ie- much twneet until I i-e l Itallard'.
ai. ,--.-, t, to', c tplhlnow to often L, iment r thi -atiam a d
f~il. 1,1", I ,tilt\. l, t t I pins. I thiLk it t hw ." f ,. i n ir rt nn
The collection will comprise every. ti;,; ,In iyl the ni.iIt. Th .lle an l pai I think i t* -r
thl f an agricultural and hortlcul- th!l \trillhnarvy etlct of Swamp-Root earth 25s,3 W and $1 R1d by W.
rar nature, and the mining a.d f Ir t" ith o d.ll l Iclrts.nii tI ht ll hi. t hodi-h .st ,'
..~harorin ftI, \%oir n rful es of the- un tn. i t (vt -niq--dii'--
manafacturing enterprises of Alaehia t,.-.. ca. I f nlt. mi -cine NOTICE SPEIOAL MAST ER'S SALE
coulty.will also be shown utp to ad-. h ,t-h, have the- l-t. Shl l MiA drug.
vaitge s No county in Florida hHa t ': il::l it\-crt ati aea',i" .anllirur sitce...
betl btr more prolific farming an :I tht tvlls all Itk l n ,inndof had ir ewl (r,,. at .a(reli,
frolt growing land,, and at tih State .!,u it, Ii,thisent fre n Eighth Judielail irruil ,r Florida. in
Fallpoople from the whole world may 18 :I. .\ilre )r. and nr Alaehuareonty 11 r-hannerv. In
seer advantages. Manager e r ot al' r C ta use pe.dOing thre hrein John
,TerLI0tl' hii, N.Y. \VWhvi oRom- A. Oalhoun weas ompla ll.,it and .J. M.
has exercised care in selectil ng only : men,' lltiton this paper and don't Shipman and Olarane- \' Shipptn,
the best, and people from this county ,. ,i .I.tn iistaki. Ilt reiientlelir the eo-partners and trading Itier the firm
will be proud of the exhibit. : DIr.r Kihlter'i. swaip-Roet, and name of J. Rhlipman A ,nr, ut ai,
.wer, d.feedB,, by th,. mionnrrhlN J,
The cattle industry of Alachnaceourn. ress, Binghauton. N. T Wile. Jude a s, i l. ourt,*dalt
ty will also be well representedl, as -- - h- 10th day of Oetobr.r, A 1906
Manager Callison of Spring Park Iarmi SURVEYING CORPS HOME. where it was ordered iid decreed
wlltrhae a fne display. that eroran elnortga i property, t, o.
0. O. Pedrick, the buggy .d wagon Returned From Tampa After Complet- wit. the following deseril.d property
'0. rito tt, wlinl and hpini ,it the etinty
nanofaeturer, with characteristic .in- ing G. & O. Survey. of Alschur, trate of Flir la, an par.n
ery, has made a special half doz.n After completing the survey of the ticolarilv deertbd ia follows towit:
"Jobs" for the Fair which are bound to (;ain.eviillr & Golf ftailway from FairO entire' s.aweill plant e..mpll'te, n.
attrate the admiration of those who Ht, ld south to Tampa, the surveyinR saws. blacksmtlh tii,.i, manrh nery
ar ntereateed in vehicles. Mr P'ei. (Ior,'..I. I dcr command of Surveyors tool. and all other prliprty and ap. [
riek ie one of the mott extiniiiv ,.T. V. Patton. A. W. Taylor land others, I porenances thereonto attached and
anofaeturers of buggies in tie Stat. Iiaver return d to this city. belonging to the said slinall now I- t
eased on the Seaboard \tr Line Rail.
and his exhibit alone will be a credit ir. I'aton state. that the task was way abont three miles* ',h of Archer
to the manufacturing exilhit of this one of great difficulty, owing to the in county of Alaehu, F ,irida. and all
county. large area of swamp labds which the the right. title and iiterclt (if the aid
Manager Tench has madi arranilze- Iparty eniolintered in severall in. J M 0 Shipman and Clar.n e Y. Ship.
men, eo partncn Ira l,E under Ihe
menat to leave (aine.evillle Wed',...r, Rta Cnrsidering the nature of fim name of J M. Shittrnan & tne, in
day, whieb will give him amiple tiun tihe. ceuitry. the wtrk was completed and to the land ,upo a Ithh said saw.
to arrange the exhibit fir the o)perlInIg inl \ .ry rasuonabhl time, although a mill plait is located. toewthier with the
of the Fair, which will be- on the 15 )longer period was consumed than was i buidinsl, I mprovernerl, ad all and
singular the tonemie,'i. heredstaments
,originally anticipated and appurrenanee, ith runtol belong.
DEATH OF MRS. YOUNG. I urreyor Patton is elated over the inl and appertaininv. te advertised
--prospeets of the new extension of the and Po'd to *ailfy ald pe ar certain
Former Gainesville Lady Passed Away (aitie-ville & (iGlf and the b.nellt sum of money therein ispec.fld. aId
at Her Savannah Home. lwhh must \onturally accrue to ed 8e Mas 1.I er le, was aetd *oi
Information was received in tlh s city (ai,'eerille. He deelares the Uainme eree at the lime ardd ,lae, and in the
Fridal afternoon of the death of Mrs. ''ilI. & (;ulf will traverse oa* of the manner presribed ty law, now, there-
Kate R. Young which sad event e.- ;riches.t and best seotions in Florida, fi.. noti' e is bhr.eey given that I. W.
X E Raker, Special later eas aforoeld,
cared .at her home in Savannah at w.he'r not only the land is fertile, bt in pursuanee of the* i.d deerew. fn the
'*loek Friday morninKg. the conutry abounds in fine yellow 4th dja of fDeeemi r, A. II IIS, the
Deceased was alout sixty.twi) ears I""ne and aJpre** timber which has sarn being legal .:itle day, between
of age. She was born in Camde'n. ( .never been developed owing to lack of the legl lars .of t.le, will noe, for
'aI ftile and will slIl af the mill silt of J
but came to Florida directly after tl. ti h 'us' rtltion facilitiers 1 Shipman & So 'eaidtd on the *ea.
Oivil War, and during most of lir r.i-i bord Atr line Ka Iway about three
de*ae In this State had lived in Gtnei- Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. m iles mnth of rcher in Alachus
ill.. Shewuas a nember of t/he l're- F)Io!y & ('o., Chelgo, orl'insted Couat. ylor da, itd -aove d-cribed
illa. Sbewasaamemberof the Pre,- X-ra A t < nd lgn popetwrtyand evnn paort arid parcel
byterlan Church. and a n,,b!e, Chri-' HIine-y aud Tar a throat and lung terel rIn the he ..e1 rt and prt hidde
tisa lady, doing much activre work in rem.ody, anod on account of the great j therefor for e.ah, i d wll mae., s. -
the s ehath for the cause of her Matr m"-rit and popularity of Foley's Honey eeat and deliver to the i ti rhaer r
Mrs. Yoong is suorved b)y two stn. I anr ianyn Intatlons are offered suitable esooeys ,-- for bthe *ne.
Hal and Heywood Young, two hrolith. fr the genhiuir. Ttiiee wortblhr Imi. I 1Seial M.aste it Cha.iery
era, D. and W C. Matheeon. and atai"s hlae eiml:;r sounding nines. W W HArri ol'r for (t mpl'l.
three siters. Meldames 8. M Adanm- ,.re' rf them. ihe genine lo - ___ --
50 o@1 thle eity. Elitahbeth McCuen oI1 lI'ys hlon'y anJ Tar r an a yellow !I NtKl-I n ,H.l.lrJtNtNl
Seat Feo, N. M ., and Memies te(aa of aekl'' t. fot rIIad rIo e l. a 1 Alel.u i'.I *Bll lr';e sWer.
PNlotbh, Va., to whom the sympa ubltite,' It *, the best remed tfor II .e .,n e A Ia i
thy of the commoolty li extended ol.. Je. Mctllm ts Kbs "e a Mai *.-
No funeral arrangements had bern ----. It msoers be ati., It I**Ot t t o
made op to a late hour Friday night, w.t M*psj H. *e a 4.l. eawb ta..t .
bet it is eppoeed that the remain will Counsel \\. ll. aft e tbe pr aiee LOeat s iwtl. s 4 teeo reess.ta
be bhetght to this city are you the' bhlow what happeaed? I i to kA.f IS.' 4 a *ib* IiMi UtM
lPro*att.Tr lie gIpave me a thi- me. ratsJ pao* of r. v.. r as sabaes sad
"f Thank the Loral" (ouDAnl You mren a i -. Le ee, eb i, t W te. pi.r
LI'rowtor-No. sr I laid hb tL to 4eftosn ad i ae wm rf treoars
raled Iiassab Plant of Little Rock. eland one. sr aear ta tme m.. ,@ eaim e1
Ark., "for Sbh relief I got froum eck. .. .e a? w' sol o w a
le's Armt tailnve. It eured my fearful It is t. girl w*o t ,, aa ne(eai *a
aelaaere, whldb oth ig elsa would dIamood who oft,-n c e the rent eal J ite rnr earr etie nrM a r
heaI, ila fIro whish I had offered diamonds to wer UfL e t ,..e '..*.
orgs." It iea marvelous healer e- te s.sm, .. be. .
I g ur.l naa d wrooods. Uuaran.- No Case of Pneumose on Reewed. j e eit t. t mL
ead a all A3 *uan. me U.'e d. r.u,< know if a *satgle ieta6ee Mir M a. COtt Y rm. setr I ea

s" CI -e .---A ~ y Ql &
--hr. 4 a cegh of reCod roouile~ a .is u Fdv1 I
6td WInr WI NActieG Oreen. i peuaraa'wc r esirismllmptlo5 'bee a 0 wv A SoW. sO
I Piwaclm. NoT. 3@---~tr Icy's aemn d7ri tar h;d boom Sake. I
emwkuln f OroM kn It ea cuurbr ad ea N MAXaRA S po
Atr M WMA Uled from this so do not takt, f-r-arsers with so. MAX Kwith s e
a"-. f bae c&6911 to tgh At s the known i.Drp54t on whehb M W tle
"MLa. hy will 1W b# able to g "opiat... which ps:,4 *00"pSUi. a
0t in NO WiJuly or Angs'. and hi noiidite'ft t&It eu&d iroeser fr E L. a'EIj A' Eq (MM
00 11104111 tho crossof 44a wesa msld AfII ur ihy'sHasa" K A sad Ija C009 LJstWw"
2OW tbft UW har~ablis of gi ala?pf 1L17st av r.- lue- at y subelig ag e ~L~IL ~ l
"O"M 1111 ko laa to I.* w is As W 'in
ft & C is, of this YI Iowa. am b"
Safegilifrom Chpuaaf. i dew04 i : *,Vw. I *wltontON isawbe.Asa S o l&= 03 maw"&UUS
IL U -W f haS a f.in, ta' b" goto f I u WTW oo"YO.OR
bUU.rr abto a iny tie. vsI'I a- *ake-h71
" a" I" 1111 s bee 'Ore1 g u 1- l Iadie Si &
A Oee&Wouue C40sam. C C
km your 6&40*a fin gpel m AT Iffo fi rrp-y
I MW so"Q, p hot* a"isiss.- =1
Y- MIHIL t,,., I cas(cr be bw in Dr. LAOfM& O
q~Pew L~a. tel 5 Thqg buS~lcr1 tr Vt~m vs. beb. IIS burn.S
ifews"" as ding Mas 1W "ai sm O-"
V I 1 4=Ih SL I.

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Becailse llomspuns, Ginghans, Cali-
cos, I)rillingl I)iucking, Bleaching, Ca1m-
brics, Towelss, Utndenwear and a great many
Dress Goodls--in ftlct T7 per cent of a dry
goods stock-are aIlet (of cotton.

Cotton Advanced $2.50 a Bale

in One Day!

It is still (oii upl. (Ou' Dry Goods
wore purch'lased! whiliw caton was 6iJ cents
i pounds Fo. t' threo 1lIltli the price of
vottOln h:1s I (ell 1() to 11 'e Il ts.

SWe :ire selling o(lr D1)ry (Jos today
it froll 10() to 2) por ce(t l(8ss tuin tile fac-
0ory )'Icri( t1 1-.



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3ea Islanld Cotton.
ea Island CottAn Sl, Bagging and Twine. Walnr
Leather in Stripe or Sidts.

[uniufaturerl4 of the i .lme IP)oig Improved Engllmh
rtSa Island (,,tton (in, and Supplli for ~PuOe.
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Reveals the Xt-wj ami.! 1Fatca governing
Studies unul.r!yi1rig aies of Market
Review,, aftflyzIm anid crilic~oas Railroad
and InJwvtriul r nxr)teM
Him wmid.tlet ,las of Warnlnp of
Quotes cwti'e and Inactive kfkm and
Reoprd, tha. last ide of Bonds and the
yieWd on In 'mtr ont4 at the pric
Answerm, without charge, inquiries con.
cern ug Ii RvmtmeL
Ow whe e &M ymlt 131WALL tOTS
JW'RAAL iso 6 liM C3ebi I bva MNOW
am y theMew 01 #At d 1906bs4 0A t

1)W9, JONES k C0.,
bud S40108Mow 1.1.
?ME e*tsmi wo S LW5T OfWALL bTRST S.


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'hd T ,r Ohbt. Thipe, o ef -
i. t Teos.. where te Itmmigrioe pel lly mn with el ow
iia be hlet Ipmott rW imk aren d feo the t k hi' fhe-
64d kLb, sy a sthay this sooBfereLowill tor8ei our eSyt, so that y ema bar
mark a distinet epob in the futoYewf ea uploydI to anemie"th farm
.... mii .llr. thoe t thI( anrl, end we believe tha tie podesM of the surroiodll egsotry.
ideation alloorelts ft will aesbihre- We have the banner aasrfleo ras
0Wl i ..Ct ior. ogrdlar yellow fever will beo s a county .o the State, aod if we ea
B' ,avl, An. character that there will .wevel rsa make a hboe market for farm pro.
1 trtW A*m" "be a "shot-*ln quarsntlas"' tI tS daoes without bele obited to ship to
M r Poea1 8South, or any other that will In the other markets it would tld the trade
leas partake of the hardhip and at home.
i UoX. Llose bthta have bitberse followed all 8Iteafsd s OGinstville is, in the
4 Taimro4ws*4 quarantines to tbis btlof. midst of the fi est cotton beltl na he
I uilal every morning ex- There wllt be mor perfect knowl-. South, tbre ms no resuon why a eot-
byeartr ti the ity, or edger of the origin an taotment of too ill should sot be a paying in.
Sth1eaitled tstespoteaep e s thisdise nd tbis will rem o the votmOMs to Obe man or men who
Pxe in month otll.s t r. e groat appMehrYe APlo nd dre 8 whih sdoold engg is this enaorpris. Mr.
Seats for lve weeks-4trldty inl it appearnew has hetlotose a fated, M:Ool8om0, who ha recently been
sad there will be as little disterbtene In Qgtamn, Ga., where tebr have two
oMl J Is local ool umn socent a line to osatl VlTleSinO f 'It does epear eottOe mtle-logo and Ibort-wa- In.
I eun. m ad 5 acnt for c ddtb l iU now see ovr phboid or other formed by a gntlemen who wa post.
B ordlsplay advertisingl de k Oewsona fever to whieh huaullIsy tis obJte, ed on theoobjeet that the mills there
Mtio. To bave been parutllpseo (I a pald opwards of I5 per cent on the in.
.---- --Ipgatlhering that sided. In n the veltaont. The two ftotries ia that
'eTwIce--Week Sen isa elhtpia, foIrty. elighte i degree, bing hlndn sloeh re- lity were built and equipped at a oest
m paper. publihed ever yeoIoy d sitsl to thepeople of the Booh, will of *75,000 esh.
Swwl al, sino State and'genera, md wWI bee i need a boaor worthy of $trum The amount of trade the mereheate
aied, potage frei, to ay part of the United missing to onto's paotrity with feel. would realize from the employee of a
a' teso or Clanda, for $s*. ayr-la adtrso. ingl of highest ratifiatioo and lofti- obton factory would be eansiderable,
:: a ian h i eta e pri4e. and as the raw material would be right
a ppeaneMoed vrIwUd t, os awrwi o lo ikewis will it be with the oe. asthapd, the benefits an be readily
spert B ipaom rtt- P se~i soket ta iona of Immigralton. This is nonp the seen. It would help our eotpo mar.
wllW be rnltr o Sp ar dmtltIse i e vital tr o se South at this time kie and help our merchants and In-
M A TBUWL O ^I & # than s the queaston of relieving It rnaa eervy line of bulsnesa.
S ,,,, ,. from the bordens and e4lls of quaran. Let the matter be considerell by
men who have money to invest at s
I 8UNTr OKIS. tlie. Every lterest of oar people de- air rate of interest.
made that only ,eeh onmbers and ,
S 'The mas who does not like "Theb elu of Immigrante e b roueht Into
COlaoesse" doeonot uant people to theb oouth ag n be given proltable
st itultilona, There is an Immine nt
Of all ortbl thiOgsa mao has tobe danger of having dumped on to the
prewd of 1 Is his hares er. Is stands South reet hodea of those cl. Gt I
Sfor etrfvnl aod will.power. a that are now food ln other portions
We tneer yr1aw the man who would of our eonatry, and If these eome In the morning tired, languid,
r extly elt a woeoan la eamgagln lmv- among ua In anything like te om. and frequently with a headache
g l rooms, provided be had Dno fear nl b.e that am arriving at Oastle Oar. thatris almost unbearable. You
'Y klallg. deo and Elis Island we *all have have been nervous, restless and
.Th tresHofrmatlas of the asmmer evils of which we have never dreamed sleepless night after night, and,
boeader to the winter boarder will before. The turanin of bhlilsdoBo th. gloomy and irritable during
S.amo take place, with the id of the ward, as is now contemplated, will the day. This nervous exhaus-
SPMllms. beril a change i the entire oondl. tion affects the heart, lungs and
The peopleof Pmeasela disovered a tloe for whieh the Sooth has foauht other organs that depend upon
few dars arg 'at "PlglilIa the so lon and fallatly, for this would the nerves for motive power.
Pl imsiewas themiaesti d pees. preleally jeopardlle not only good Then the stomach fails to di-
owlaa r auemeant they have had for government bet oar very eivillsaloa gest the food; the heart action
otse lo.i h lft. is weak, anld circulation poor,
1dole sll einmade sooe Meo mstakeso msat be made now in and .the kidneys and liver in-
A l e rl is betg Im tha i matte r, bat It ahoold be mot with active.
e 1 ioedi-tndfalget I sto btop nthe ease degree of loyalty ad deto- What you need is not a stom-
R119 i ogs Sudss a top bs ll on to te bho bet inerests 1 teo ooth ach, head. kidne or liver med-
beboon sanalVl be ed ai a ela have eharaetorsend oar people for icine, but Dr, Miles' Nervine to
a poles 0* sldal ster ao. the pe1s forty yles. Th Tradesman soothe and feed the nerves and
b has obin bae theabeat inerests of the build nerve tissue.
'o th at hearsst, and It ha made no t m nb t to erwe n merv
I t at saImer is ollwed tby ar tteree oa this aret tH1o0 but prostratlon. The n t *ymptom *were
:14,vism Matere Aore oospost 1. unoontrolableo crylnlg and minlncholy
i M lIa th wt samefronm convItlon, and It x eUs,. weah Ic .ne d to eth ofn
l the earIoIg wpger e l. t poeto 80 oontis alo ng the line of itt tot t for eV a e uairs
bave IL owJrl 6 of from tour
'008h0 lo But we ar no aore esa to oa O pssoofrwsog to six hour or Im- ev
poplicyon esubto sex tour durtion. he required
arr the plet I smmer oa N ptld o the cinstent t t a teontton of her physic-
Olubly wet i thsatB ie e *l. IA Let those wbo have theele elar of Ian and attendants. aho hufere. gelt
u claimed that It reml ded themor tbhe looth st hwart lttd this sonfor- pIn .d nhol T.. bet phrl. a
I1 te old de ay n Floria, r bwe tisoue. and let them st fro tha stand- aed, i tn l l.teor rl "'a r unand
ulles loand earpot-bagmre wore in point alie, Wad i that ts dooe there h DrI. MII' Nervine. a rnd nic nd
i lory. But we arew i nformd earn be no quesion of She le or I- otlr thnt her spells n xt dply were
Sh po m be o o Te ae elos ofe tealo or Its w- in dvere, ud th uey 'duly di-
i % Io people Is aesll orf omee anre iore of the serve thai w U be appeared altolgther. he han had no
so1 this way, _o thae m ela w o e t recurdrnpe of the prells. nd Is lgan.
a th oway, ad ah ea el ae s reondoerd to thI people ad to thd t. In herith anid trlnth.
e"*alld that hle lfo olkl In FloridaP e p. o Vanl a :1 I Sterllnl, M
jatrole d**m l eo o me a eoLtry. _o_ _ )y e eor_
Sill live them a hearny wel ome or. hMil Nervine Its taid thi
The D aily ews o Penaoala hisr Its Bltke wil meeflt. Of It fai h 1
R% -&Alo. Te ll ew o oh hbs h ing wl feund your mOnny.l
S The editor of The Jaksoalllle troubles. It ha been flhtll tbhe MIIaodical Co., Elkhart.Ind
m ceaUomlon io as faull of joes al the doltors who have beta flihtla tohe _____s___
fortlone of our later lily as was fever, anrd hah overlooedllem. ii m -s.-
e Juro when Rome wau burolni, and : has eaoh day publlhod a lilt of -- P
S peo the followln|t "Poo'orla' deaths from fever, and now oy, It | I N O
0 troubles ueem all to nome at once. Let would |ladly publsh t he sosleer of thebo
u s hope that havlainlre a bli block, death of aome people from other
the town will now proeemd to fire the causes Wbit a aentiment. |I axag s rataa r i- j
r+. oilow fever." .. ---. .... i
S e -- ---.... oe J omwboere r Broward ho a iBoued a .lal
With the developmnet of Florida erl Irvltatlon to aII member of the w -t -i Lt
S omaea the Inaeresa of railroad traeo. Letilature of 1006. and to his perosal T I. new laxative. Doe
Every new ettler helped the rairoadal, Scf o attend the openinll of Ithe Q gripe Or nauoeate.
ud weoare pl eeIed toeethem Ltaklnil FIrorldaNMld.Wintlr Falra Tampa, o C-Sa t o h and lvr I
a livlly interest i Ithe homleeeeker mber Ih. Coernor Browrdll will 1a j
?. movement. be preeant to formally pen the Fai.
------ .....--- -- .pt by retori n tbo
Some of Preldes I Roosvelt's good eeae** a'CTn d t ther *
Ropublaa fried ar afraid Key West Cloebrated the oommeee
Democrats of the Soth may wat im mea t o work on the Florida Ebas inch liver and bowelrs
to run for Presdet a and s a Oaul llRlw' toay o let Io thlt il y, bF'at by .'w -' W. A C
... -., ....... o Thurlday, November 2. with a bar .....
pnmrm~~l W "t~ uuw hs su 55. bee tts i ie amm

r prp,, wou--, ,p ,-- e..-.. te* Iiaa b tlme. b ItabnIItiI
The naval toree men are mow in
eloverl I'rloe are hih for roine and Sewar ~ ot er for Caterrh That
Srpentlie, and the ire ie ror, money mom ef.SS
being made today with prod As mersry will surly destroy the = to
thas a Texas ol well eas IdueM. wae of eml ld eompitewly dera
theo whle emi whe eouterlig i
The mild autma weather h tothe ibrteMWcem409Be. Sear- _
SSouth hasa chilly the l d IlwM i ll o** **i..sthe,. I
North of iLe and ow., popie Ii ttn eIpls
,. "( tsh. as he "ie te will do istoN
r"a be teIsay r e .meps |sb I
The strike i toan, the e Sin P e E
govemmeat is toomsd el 9e0"u11c rie rem smmRaft unb Cam
I D-iseo-d iaasast L Tow" 0.,B
.l.... 0,. I, ela III
"The R aeLiss d therIi li" L, Ibe O t~ '

a" mow, _W I b do-lo. Ob~* b~m p. d
pesOe eoa eew the fo-o aa AN ae.
d i. by- r' ag. nlr e w b we
ee teolfIhgbh W' mbW UIEO".eo
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was IO mllhaiel with rb ematim, writs
31L C. h Iowa IU adgwlck C&.,Kanaaaa, "P'"S
SabcOc*awad01sria tdealofpOwans
Iweaametod to Ma lUtd' a ,h wc t hich
emd me mater thee 30sbotle. ITI8THBI
needed t ab pona, all expr
kthseue- hoabghited by It. I Bo walk
withtarce, ea am ble to perform a great
&del of light labor oa thfMi."
STH Z S: 25c 5Cc AM $1.00
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Pays Losses Promptly

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That no erioou los ean overcome you without you have some

M Fire, lif Acident and Health Insurance.
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Information cheerfully faralhed. OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Mlt.
XPKM P IPAID. Balk Ue.4d-Jgns Fre-Net Prpae
ruu Qi. Mears. 4 Q tQu a $ I so Per UlUon:
enitta Club Rre ...... 1 0 4 0 I 1 00 Rye. Uin. Cor. Good rrade.
INebr Coui BRe... .. ) 7 o M too a 'Per UaUon
mserm a.. . RI0. RyeG. Corn, Rum. ne quaty.
iosograie .........3 50 33 UPerDIu (inG:
leo'se "44" EYe.. 37 o00 1w Rye, Uln. C m. t for the mosey.
so"l ............ 10 h e M I6 00 Oe u Pre r GU llo:
SW . .. O II "'4 Re b and AlMe HrsdyM. ellow.
W%~be........7.. t ted by age.
Paebir aur ...*.... 3 7 0o 9 6 14.o Per Galloe
Api BrudS y.. ...... I n tI0 Vietorta Rye. bocl LDrols Rye Medl4taL
lolbeda l .......... I0 is T *lualty
imeyU*a I n ia r o LIMP ST. A)t'l IIS H Per D
onw Ctar lu Cra l 0 1 I 0n rata f_ t er I I
iaOoeS .....7 as sm l lucrr lo 5 .
oeI o.ee s oo .Iu PO O. M
iMtolesm. .. ...... I11 n g i. l .eda
mrw real.. I 7 0 0 0oober, ipod rt u ed
ti or Ket'y' Horboe I I I 3 sA le. aspi II
Amrtswna AUowed on AI Oodi of lSae oGemlee bSout. ptin t.
lriL Prom i ls b on alliuli.Uoa.
*. AAIS HT. *9ll PFL.
Is*. U. laa Prmdeutl H. E. TarLUa. Cashier
ao.. W. HnTM, Viea Prnh Las OAXAN. Aest. Oahler

*piU 1**......... .. ...... ...... 50,000 00
RnrplM and Undivided Profit... so,ooo oo

BesTATLB mma .
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Baridf upgm From Various
k id of State.


Trant p irIn t "The Land of Flowers."
Thinlp ~sd Down" to Suit the
IBuy ldrdw- ltema of Interest to
All OMAwM*
The O hardwood mill will be
located at roakelille.
Perry s Ihy on houses for people who
are rushing to hat town.
The wtlt0r hotels at West PIal1n
Beach are opening up for trade.
JaokseStllle willbe quite swell with
its tea-sory sky-serager, soon to be
St. Aogustine will make an effort to
have a military post established at
Fort Mailro.
The shipment of Peace River phon.
phate rook through the port of Punts
Gorda this far this year aggregate.c
67,816 ton.
There has been over one hundred
thoossadj ollarn' worth of real estate
bhangling hads In Hernando county in
the last S dayr
Foartecn ears of steel rails pasted
through Jeeklonville on Wednesday
en rooe to Homestead for the East
Ooast extension.
Tampa has a three-cornered fight on
for the position of postmaster in that
city. The time of Postmaster Rey-
nold xpim January. 1906.
The_.feoale employed in a Ybor
City eltar aetory indulged in a Cuse-
Ing bee, and the courts were called on
to tell whilh usod the choicest Span-

The new board of aldermen of Key
West IS trying to help the citizens pay
their taxes, d an ordinance is ar-
ranged so that those prior to 1903 can
be paid In srip.
At the meeting of the Palatka
Woman's Olub a concentratedd" poem
was spring on those present. The
poem bad been put up in a tin can and
was jest u good as the day it wpas
"done up."
The Florida Biscuit and Candy Com-
pany I the name of a new industry to
be istura In Tampa. Fancy cakes,
eandle, orlekers and breads will be
their preOets, and the business will
be a wAlesale trade.
The annual reunion of the Florida
Division, United Confederate Veterans,
will be held in Jacksonville on Decem-
ber 18.14 under the auspices of R. E
Lee lamp No. 68, U. C. V.. assited
by MartaReid Chapter I. I). C,
Stonewall Jaskan Camp, U. S. C V.,
and4bhe$aka1onville Board of Trade.
Nospeelalday at the State Fair to
be held In Tampa, November 16th to
80th, will be more memorable than
Pras Day, deelgnated in honor of the
newspaper men of Florida who have
done r leek to make the Fair a grand
sooesie. A banquet to newspaper men
and legelatero will be among the fea-
tar". *
The; New I glad to report that the
Japanese olony at Boea Ratone is pro-
E aiangl ailly aRd is in a moat pros-
perouoadil tS Several weeks ago
omre of tea members of the eolony be.
came dlltars d aad left. but thoee
who remala ed expressed themselves as
belagl partly atisbed with the con-
ditoML. Th4elony cleared over $3.-
'100on tom atoi last season and is
makintpengre[ la many other ways.
-Miamil les.o
BrabtiS & Feadig of Jacksonville
on Thnity eloepd a deal with Goethe
Bl1oi tMhe wll ba esawmill men of
m-ellieM, by whl b 2,000 eree of
-US thwbr lead art Withlaeooehee
1l tLrgegedI Th esmderatio la -
Itbl iaM r to ,e been between
MI i Md MS.L Tie same arma
hIlael M to Wlke Brothern. the
SMm mOm nm. -evo 8o 0OW
1a4 gaell a, aMM $Mmo,00

eam Lw Mew.
011asptif &s ft wr family.
a 0h41" It j b" my gsther,"1
WO Lse .L s e f ee m mmy. Me.

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A Chance to lake Money

11IN. ,f-r a IlI ttle piva.aw N% ork uon

We \%arit loivs in every t. '\%ui itFlorida
To Sell Ithe 4N'.
I -elk lln or t 4 t(' p.It- iwe want
h-3- to Otfi-r tlie SUN, ifriThe 'SUN
sellm It litf.
THE SIN, an illustritittod Wivkly-
(artiitms by Ta itir, t'(itoriltlbyL'Engl
- ill I Hlave al" tile tli thirings t ple
tart, t reand. ijit llito it tllIll that other
paIer- nOverlylik.
It mill l Iw mimtantly SimplPi ever
Bright, itmetirnm U bt wit AIwavIe

W\tiII1ril \\ill %ant it. tilon1 nill Dt-k
niauad it mut.(I t ildrn- i\%ill (Cry For it.
It' VOl ARfEA BOY n~ritt' to
Fl,%., *i-i Git Sturted iit I1tiaui

Wt.%kill fuiriish the tir,.t boy in eyreg
rlitter TI' EN
OI'Il> F01 l TIHESN A18(0-
LUTELY FREE. 'ht4 cAnhewiold
for ffity ciit-.lit aK jifyy lhen wiith their
fity rtiltsti tit-I tie ky liiy can buy
TWVEN'TY SUNS thu ~l~i week,
thtie ,mI ,.. sild f,,r $1 (N) iti three
Ahake-.,t a laiiiihta4tkil. A.fte'r thipt you
call 11.'ihl, ill titn omet il ty u send us.

jol)1.0ji~ lt'lel-Hc1iI*gthe StIN for a

IN Till:GAM IN r11E FlitST
I NN INC tWI-ItA 101itto




Travels Across the Continent as a
Tramp Before Identity Discovered.
NoSw York. Nov 3 A three months'
journe'tlC arroin the continent from Ne-
vaHa, during which she was attired In
onin' otherss Mrs. Margaret JJnklnt
artivel here Tiesday. says a dispatch
to the liHrald from Wllkeabarre, Pa.
She was making her way by steal-
Ing rides on freight train and was
Iound for Irewistoa. Pa.. where she
has nre!tives A IAhigh Valley rail
road speciall officer saw her In a car
and arrc'sted her. fnt until bhe was
taken to the station house did she re-
real the fact that she was a woman.
and then she told a story so pathetic
that she was released.
She ,all that eight years ago she
and her huiband left Scranton for Ne-
vada. wh-re they lived happily until:
three months ago, whel he desertedi
her Too proud to remain In the
town where she was known, but pen
nileas anlI without friends to whom
she cold appeal. she derided to make
her ar elvst
rnnling that as a woman even food
was refuedl her and that work was Im
possible to obtain, she procurd mes'e
clothing. eut off her hair aaJ resumed
her journey .otward. Her sax was
never 41isovered nor was she narreet
ed until she reached bere

G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four
(i B lunrbrara of Carlisle Center, N.
Y write. tAbout four years ago I
wrote you .tating that I had bee en-
tirely cured of a s, vere kidney trouble
by making I(es than two bottles of Fo-
ley's Kidney (c',re It entirely stopped
the brick idu-.t e ndire'nt. and pain and
symptom if kd" oy d,.ease disap-
peared I iln sJad t, say Ihat I hare
neTrr had a rtorn l f auy of Ihose
lymptom'na' l dri it 0 f-ulr yelar that
have elBspwdi aind I am sr <-lntly eured
to tay curnd, rid.d h,.artily recommend
Fole'y Kln'-y t ,ire t, a"yll-".e "se er-
ing front kidrire r lajli. r trouble."
J. W MaCell in i ( '
.Tat Ar' *-* at .itf mua
('oit, V N-. Ta
I'nlred, a' .. ,- i ''a from
Norfolk 'V Me.rerary
TaP an. 1 .' s '- h as .at
been sllgns' e I pa! ,' b'ultdla.
the tfics '- "*:f I a'-as a raroaL r 4ad
other ee'ab''.'i c- *" are fijle age
la hoaor of *'be 41', e vnt. the a
oad asasiversar5 ,' "b* *e'abieei t
of the republic of P'.rana a4 h 1 a.
rtial of Secre'avr Ta" Ta as-
pepaders ha.r b**n i'tgb' here Ibe
a ONy oW Pasa sa 'o are a smaat i

Health Is o lboMallt ,m* Ibk*
a..Ul-a be pees( MayI mOMn
faew of hieMr ad t&i ea i
hao. spre" om desae"ged 1 sa0mlp

*m ?- T w a eu*w or S.
SIte ae m$l peowII remedy ma a
0. A. UL i .
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The Sanborn bank at 8anbo-n. Ind..
was robbed of '40,000 by bu:Lt us last
The Columbia box factor, N' Nine-
teenth and North Market -'* t. St.
Louts. was destroyed by fire ,:ly to.
day. The lose is estimate,! ,,: $1t7.
Mrs. Della George, probabhl "he lid.
Wt resident In the state of N. \ York,
died at Lancaster yesterday\ at the
age of 108. Her husband -Pr\ed in
the war of 1812.
It Is reported that Baron K.mnra.
the Japanese foreign milnstel ;'ccom-
panlcd by H. W. Dealaon. ti., rrtiga
adviser of the Japanese g1 'lnl:nent,'
will go to Pekin as apecia; ,iioy of
It is officially announced! i Paria
that the remainder of the ,l'osnilps
to be built under the nayv ioraul
will have a displacement c'i .,. to the
displacement of the large !.'lh'ships
of the other naval powers.
An attempt was made ec1 today
to rob the Depoxit Baak ,t Sulphur.
Ky. TPoe thieves were i shtened
away by the arrival of citlriw. attract-
ed by the explosion. The \%nlt was
badly damaged and expert \\%ll be
called to open it.
In the circuit court. at l'ou
JutlgK' Reynolda yesterday i Inced
Patrick Cummilngs to two i u the
penitentiary on conviction it 1 i,,e reg.
sltratin. This is the fl co'vio.
tion under the false reglirt .,':n act.
Cummnings will ask for a new trial.
M. Takashi, the ianclia igent of
Japan, answering an Inquir\ ifgar.ling
the report that a Japanese l,.in of $30 0
000,000 would be lasted at I,,ndon. to-
day informed the AMsoolate P'ressa yes.
terday tat nothing hs b,. en yet de-
eided In regard to issuing a new loaa.
If the Baby is Outting Teeth
Be sure and ms that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Wleslw', Sooth.
tng Syrup. for bhldren teething. It
soothe the ehlid, softeas the game,
allays all paO. eoure wlnd colic, and Is
the beat remedy for diarrho.a Twuo.
ty-fve nat a bottle.
Large Fruit Crop In Caifrornli.
Ventura. ('aif.. Nov. 3 T'ke ott
rus fruit crop promises to be from li
to 16 ler cent greater'than last yeat
at this county, iad the pries also
promises to be better. e peitally on
orange. This year b arrange crop
in the Ojal will reaob 7: ,00 bnas
Santa Paula will grow 1S carlods.
The PFllmore section will hare 100
cars and Pin and (ami s,, 25 cars. 0:
the lemons, there will It 4.5 cars from
Santa Paula and IUm ears from Inllmore. lrAt year the
Umonera. here the bilLrst lemon or
abard In the world Ita floated, shipped
Mu ears. Many new orange and
lesco orchards have b. *li put out Jur.
Ins the peat eason.


1%e (amw fS be 3ftev 5
way Wh fLmeiea.
Kilt the term that c rP dandy r-if

flllnna air and baldness
so mute dandruff. and
grow luxuriantly. No wi
not only contains the
destroe)r. but It Isa *ls
ful hair dr*esng for re
No other hair prepare'.
seleltific hbua of d*oston)
grwss. ItI *tp all irTi'
calip aw t. pure anl *
member that menthins
"')ut e** ia'o. will n,,t
PImu am upside P
drunCt. tas Is r W
pe IO The HIr4pk t C',,

lu wlli have
er hair mona'
inurul germ
ncitl Idlactit
or tOile4*0i
i i cn It-to
the dandruff
toeaum. eit's
Stle Iru lte
-the W-Orkopt
by, i...l ris
pope.O wSam
Daet~t. )ileh

J. IL Deward a&00 OWA

VI'Lr mAmU.C,. FLA.

paadlise leW sung Red PloInga

TuftbmI tue a se l e uW as
Pwer ftw ad 8000 0-- mos
klrrur .. Same 'awr L
Boar I ding A

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Many Persons Have Catarrh of Kidneys,

Or Catarrh of Bladder and Don't Know It.

President Piwhf I d War
Correspeient RMlsNW Were
Promptly Cured By Pe-nmu.

Mr. C. Ii. N'wtif, 10 tlamare street,
Al lanly. N. Y., I'v'iili'ut Meateflre
Ct'lu. w rites
**Slce my advanced age I ItE tMet
I have been frequently trwubled wN
urtihry& aments. The bddier seamed
Irr de, and may phyak~dn sad tht It
woe colrrh cauod h a retrcfed
"eM w6kh would X 0 SFf to or er
cmo oe account o nt advarcedyea..
I ktok Pereu hardly daring to believe
that I would be helped, but I fIoud to
my retle that I son bejp to mead.
The irrltatton w ually subsided and
the wrtary dIffl ultles passed away. I
have ea oyed excellent health now for
te past seri muawlth s. I euJy ay
mewf, aseeip sondly, and am as well
as I was twenty P carsn go I r ant
priase to Peruna. "..C. I. .'ew .
buffered rrom Caterrh of Kh mys,
Ibreatoned With Nervous Collase.
Cured by Pe-ru-na.
Mr. F. II. ItlchinriNs,toe I: NStreet, N. W.,
W aslilgtloll, 1>. ('., \i r c' witit.; "*':xKctly mr x enr aILo I was
ordered to t'I|ih a sIlatit ca rl ci .'ni hl'etl of
the NSw York nutn. I w atn eliltr ofla
tain lhapat,'h twiat through tili-e ,itiisih
Aiertican War. Tl>' et'TI'-t rf It' twrop.
hal cltllate ndl; the nI slowed plainly on my return to the
states. IAslltudet, dellre olon toi the
verge of nim lainc'hi, lt, *ilid tite'iersant
kidney trotinilo tInlmae-' l' irarci really an
invalid. Thii utileeralei, ltemultidon
con tnuied, depiti t Ihe ~ lst of treatine'nt.
) finally a brother newspaper Imiail ho
like nimyclt huad erveld in the war, in-
alks-I 2n'A 1% I dl a alfheil tral 1-

M& s.c as. NEWIO,
uffwod from Catarh f B~

uuu .i wa K.' 5r I5 1n,1l tr,.l. i' hil.ney renle.dl.' witlholul gettlli the
Peruna. Idid o. In a shrt ti.noeth.' e inr rw t. runa It th onl
laisstudeleft me, my kidneyy, ru.ut, tla rd,.ird rwili.. I'ru.alyu a thy ohanl
healthy o ndition, and a ciompl. c r.ll rm ly wh wae really trs ,ly n ll
healthy dthnIen, aitd e ta tlmetr cullre tee, nlie, I have not had a tra4'e oitf kidney
was eff'|ttd. I cannot i oo lt r ,n .nly r nor a od In my y
rewoUmiinndc I' runtis to those sufforliin Iute nor a ooJd n my ey.l elll."
with kidney tro ull.. To-day I am alh iPe r'4 Cona a4r No NlsetO e
to work as hard as at any tiue in imy One remain whty Peruan hal foundper-
lif, and the examilner fir a ldlK ing n aneitIu nin n reiiany hel> ski tatd t
Surare Ouompany proaurl'Ull, .. li s allitalmno narvolh,- itaf any kind. P
'sA r c y p ." runllslperfetlly harinmles-. It can 4
ued any enKlth of time without acrqatr
I Peer Health Or f eaour YVart. ing drug habit. Peruna dim. nt pro-
P-4r-eaOnly ReoedllfilmlkYa Bea duce temporary reelte. It to pIe
Mr. John Nimmo, 21t l.lpifnctt Nt., manent In lts fleet

Toronto, oan., a prominent merchant of
thai olty and also a memltr of the
Masonlc order, wrttlI
"1 have tLwn in poor healtit genrally
for ver four years. When 1 caught a
bad -old lat winter It seltled I the
bladder and kidneys, eanalosn orims
trouble. 1 ohk two greatly advertised

It has no tladl effect nupcn thie system,
and gradually ellimnalme ratarrh by or
movrna Ithe ause of catarrh. There a
a malUtude of home where Perunaa ha
tees t edt of and on for twenty y ws.
Nueh a thin ociuld nt te polhble It
PernsA monitaned any drugs of a apr*
euitl nature.



Jacksonvillle and Nww York,
Calling t sCHARLK1 TrO, 8. U., botth stap.
Yb. FIset 5temaI L lb.U Ceswdie Srile

Clyde New England and Sotithern Lines
Ithret aig mo o. JACKPOW%'I1,9,. 140 0704 Nd
PUOVIPSICKt O aAll KAstern uPota.
Oaln mas Oharleesm ba" wave.
mgthbmni . ... -, rom I.I' FmWharf SrOW&
Menhbramd..m. FFrom Foot of (lathe flaet. J;eisrllle

Clvds St. JohbsRiver LIu
114twow.nJAVMSNJNVILLS Oand S~mvowna
St~pop;. rat alatba. Astr, 114 rst s.i i. hemolmd(DetMad.Vad Ias, diale
1wLanis on e". job" ver.
Is appotatd toeilasfolows Ieave JACKSONVILLE I Spefite ?twsae
an1%WpmeI p is 'rna d lkea NAN IPOSIP Asys

tr+WIQ WJaakaosu IIYLe.. ~.* - Au~jim
FIssta..... .. ,........Leae )p
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I-easu f5kLeadi I. -d9
OAPM ShAM ,mmi -. - --.

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7'Take The AtlantiQ Coast 'e

S.ow. a ... .. D DivZ B. m0on1m1, FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
se amos of rnd via tDT o r
Lodge of Mi eson,, present ~1O t oro. D.s no
Max Meylsr.rdt, of s -oo"D oL" J a 8U..&0vn J-- lor -
*lected over Thomas IL 5Mf1es e aM. _. .0 o Mver Mae_ -. Phoko *-s ,
lanta, by a vote of 617 to Ma. "o U Rapid t and Unurpaed Servie
wa greataterest In the r Rapidt and Unurpassed Ser
when the hbour arrived for the ofea. I ~h A. OAhLISLE, Time Tiable In ofset April 10, 190.
1n5 of the a42ton an Wedneday aora paw M ATTORNEY AT LAW Deprt For GAINE.VILLE A ltefrom
Mag, every member .of the grand lodge* ai0pA (P rtr Tw -n- A P
wa present. l ike And Bolleteor ia Equity 8:10pm High Spriap and Inter- 8 am
SNo business was before the body Ol lw *m. 111 4a111 11e3e"" oo&Uat Id Dily mlMae Pointsa
te the election of grand o g ffi .cers. l01.1 i P-1Ete. mAll basta s, pomot 12:mpe 0eal. Lae r and Tamps, and a
Ia the morning session. erThe was o Md Ad& ao. O m door lo s Dng Intermediate Poiaant d
Ao contest for any other cot,, sad Id t 0sI op intermediate Points .
aut of the votes could be cast and thevII i ek u to l m P*lakaM JaeonU vll,
results counted, the old ofloers wro o nt hlthe la Ia F DINAND BAYER. DIl North, East Mad Wet M
einodced re-elected. The hIat o1 of. 20 IS < ATTOBslBY AT LAW. 120 pm High Sprif, Wayaeross, Savannah, Branowlek,. i$str
laers for the ensuing year is as fol- I bossa O sym.s, - FLor.a. Daily Albany; Atslats. all Points North, East West diy
Maix Meyerhardt, of Rome, grad f e m- im m
maTter; Thoma H. Jle l o "'b t rS* our elt& a* Boebelle, Misnopy and Citra
la ta, deputy grIamdiAar; Hei the traWp-H f ittoonod0lly ft rvr ed)e ad fam la 1 isase. Di
7 Banks;, of LtOruap, selor grand hIo. B 11 11 t. Sliso1what you oorfNorAals sawb Ting
warden; Oeorge M. Nopler, of Mon- oualnecI m at t te owe 8-111a Hih spring
roe, Junior rand warden; James N. observed a1t1t4 0ll 110V two whm BA LR.ayH ei.g mh_
Aushin, of Bston, grand treasurer; long Latto Aint" 1 a1e. T6 e a-. *_o __o_ o11.11I
W. A. Wollhln, of Macon grand secret. tense-Ulke p bare an ed for ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Interehaasable Mileage Tieket., good over 18,000 miles of SM thFle,.
tTu. burrowtn o ISh t M Ite e lp"l railwa rsin the SoUthera States, are on sale by the parinelpal age W __
-sects 5ecete 4" W tM have SOLICITOR IN OHANOERY.. Through Pllma sleeper Port T ams to New York, via Atlaamt On".
TWO KILLS BY EXPLOSION. the power C ujet O to pstt them- Line I a ii Atlantise Coa Line and Southern Railway.
-a ves in ea w et 4*">. Tbe tutotr GAINESVILLE, Alaebso Co., FL, ror complete Information, all on
Casualty OeGurs In leetrle Power 1s1 wrote agalsi to thah* 5& atanelt for OFfl ee la Eodel BloLk. J. A. OOODWIN, Ticket Agent, Oalieavll.
teon at Wae iagNltnistnfotatiot ai dw etasy lbe Oaed net Address:
Washington, Nov. 3.--d o mea trouble him further, a he fort.- FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, Di. Pass. Agt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pam. As
were killed sad three seriously Injur. natey observed the e at11 S a D D J.H. ALDERMAN, H. M. ,W.Ba y st. .Astor BlildinJae onvllso, %.
*d about 3:15 o'clock Wednesday more losel011ude e y mlle WIl, N. 0. .WlmlGnton. .0.
afternoon by aa explosion in the Poto. aM 1 uI d W1 alelW D ow tO t10kW m _N _ _ II 0._ _ _ _.0
ae electric powerhouse at the oor- tlf. mIt oasnheVs cavulgarfs DENTIST. -- A
est. killed .WilliamH..- -o. GalnesiDlle & Gulf Railway CompaOy
White, an engineer, 89 years old a cnd
Ch arles A. WU tley, negro, 81 y esra of ,,tr
A, D5 0a0oIx IL TIsoN.
The 0xploo0 blew off the head of N
S1aoh cyllnader on the main ,s-teamT DWNTIST. il oL TATION8. 1. l
pipe. The damage to the plant was1 . .. D IIl *.I
comparatively smaU. Several stret 3Sw I__________________________________
oar lines wore temporarily shut of 94pi m Oicel Ofic er lVa wrelor -- ....
trom eloetrio, power while many bust.- Amva. PA. TPMLv AM Ar.PMArPM ......
s house and oflce building were ......... M.. .... .............2 80
,sr a Uae deprived of electricity for II. .Nw be To 'W***e e *s .. .... 8 10 ..................rvan 0.............
8320 t.................2Dungarva ..... .. 210
lnaUtion and for elevator power. There l s O O i exprean d by the THB T WET END. 835 16....... .... de..... ...e........ 2 0 ......
The exact eause of the exploeloa ha Arabl namera e pasO whieb bth Amer- 8 80W ....... ......... Hihman.............. ........ 2 00 ......
aot boon aserttaned. ea andhe MateMMathomatlas FINE WINES, LIQOS A OIOGARB ....... 8 8 ......... ......... 2akBSimonton...... ......... 1 66 ......
act number of as hts to be Used in 4 10 ........ .... ... .. .Taooma................. 1 80 ......
enk Praldent Wil lve Benod. exprenlng the sa nof o 1,.000,000 Int M B oM4 16 ....... ......... trkwood......... ........ 1 ......
Lualsvllle, Nov. S.-W.B.mthlth. this country as well as In Preame and '?aes beer.bottle anddragh. Doe's 4 20 ... ............. Ot. ................1 ......
ladticted president of the old Weata wreral other ropea natiUens a bil all toeall o me wh In Ja oville ........ 4 40 ........ ....Rocky Pont.............. 12 ......
Natiol bank, arrived Ia Loulasvlea lion is a thoasead ilom sad ex-. 8.. 0 ..... .. .. ..... 12 80Lt
last nalght and Ie arrangaiig to give l pressed with a Ogbe 1 and nt.e OOL 01... .....sineville....... lu28A0 Lv......
bond In the federal court, whore he banlh-tshm1. l,0OO41,000O. l nTa A r I 6... 0 8 0 ......... Belm......... M0 9 i ......
rest answer the charges of embe"au, land, however. thq$ speak of a billion Is I 7 ..............Gros .......... 8 60 9 8 ......
Set akingalseentrisa087 .............Graham ........ 882 9 ,1 ......
ppt. pain falath oentrie atd aio being t with A mlln Mbaractere" and I I I ....... Ar 2 .......8ampoCn City ..... 8g0 10 ...
proprlatl .olaUtto. trt I and twelve nauglhitsT M F A0 9 0 10 ...Plk,0. 8&a. .. 6 0 p g o ...
way .a ur 1 adtwelv n t TAMPA, FLA. ........ ..... ... ........ .. ....... .. .... .. .. .... .....
PEARLS MUST 1SE WORN. --t l.00.000.OOO. ._ ...... 8348 845 ..ILakOlty, 0 B. F.... 7 04 p 7 42 ..
........ ........ 8 10 p .....Taliabasee, S. A. L.... 1 48 p ....... ....
"" 'ma'"a""- Pw-"."e ,.* R T ........ 1106 11 00 a .....VaMoet, 6. 1... 4 60 p .
At Stored Awar the Jewels Are su n a thenorthern part of Madagascar | Al6 R TE ....... a &o 4 .....Mam,.. a .A....1380 a.40 a..
to. Leanesh sad Is the nmot remarkable natural fortress L W R E.......... 7 SN a 7 p .......tlanta, 0. of ....... 7 60 a l 00 ....
'That pearl dl." in oaiurity and In the world. It I oerupled by a wild VIA ........ A AAM As P LvA M Lv PM .....
retni the.lr itor and vtliie when trb who t ll the1rtelrT the People oP....o
worn ftreueitly 1. a fact that ha al- of the Roks. The fortress s a lofty ATL ANTIC COAST LINE Trais ama do at rea twea Gaineesille and Fairfield on Sunday.
r to born. In ind y the own- Vnd p ltone rock of enormous l. L. BALKER.Oers Seperiteades J. F. HILL. A
Ner or Jewl.wh. .l000 fe high and elbht square allies
' prerve tm., If you take a er cannot be climbed w t t ritflalA N VI SOT HR N R AW A
that ts the course of year the i"earl entreGAIESVILLE SOUTH ER N RAI LWAY
onlyakntrs. Wit t hollow, and theoo
bet.mine dull aud lose the she.u that uu"n B 5 ve Io
make.. tbhm so valuable, llelrlooa ToTAMPA .I . ---
whil.h l.have len carefully trea.ured A c ...**.* M.a-e. -d Return i I Vbele Train et 5.. 14 Ne. Neerth ad Wedt. eot. 1
will pomlrttnmes Ih found to have. de When the sword Ie rtaty, the plow Lv Jacksoevlle. o. By 9 101 7 Up L Jacksonville. Fla. So. c. 7
teritorated in this way. They lu0w their bright. the. prionas empty, the granarie Lv Jeoup So. By 11 40s 10 40p Lv Jeeup. k l. So. RKy. O
glow aId IIn cun luntatwes tMeome al- full. the steps of te temp L avaeash So. Ry ISp12 118aL Araeo.QGa Soy. 1 0or
muMt black l',arl necklace never down and those of the law oerth pram Tiekets on sale November 18, 17, LvAr volmabiah So. RBy p 1218 Ar MAsan, (a .o. Ky: a5
keep o, weln ,n wh.n they are, COn grown. when doctors ge ateet, the ba- o, 22,.14S, 7 and 29. 110. Final limil Ar Charlotte So. By 10o p 955. ArRome. (a So. By. I
staitly on t.e. l'eku of their owle.rs. Pr on bhorwbaek ac tsa aMt of let- of elhese Deuember 1. 101. ArOeemebero So. Ry 1 I? lS1p Ar DIalton. G1 So. Ry. lS
It h.l l,.-.. iug.ted that e..ronl tter. drive In their own ata t e r full Iafomedoa regardlia the Ar lobillo. So. R S 0p |LMAOeng, Tn o &Ky'
tli'ti hnv H,>...I.hlul to do with the emplrht weo1 goveratM above oroother raite all on Atile Ate Ar linlioO K & 1 7
dtlet mat,.ir. l 4nt It i t eioi likely th a e- Oaset Ln,.agent s o write ArLaleb Soy 4o? rinnnCr. o ni ou ili
the. .Ir.,t i,. lue t Iil>t ,.d r Itr ua laughs alWay t h1 FRANKN 0. BOYLATON. A skimeors..Ano .le Be .I lopRAt, 4C ,I Bi Four 7
Y'u .nu i ...r i.'.rl. 'cti ,l1ully a long dow Ma foollah; It fer, as A Die rip e Passeager Agesit, Ar 53lSSmou P. . t11Os l llpA Lv Ciosenoatti, Pa Lines -
a .ou liyk. .r a.i ta tiny y:ers. Daltbasor Grecian. / Jaehsasvtile. ?ta. AiW. Phi'*Iia P. B. B. 1 46p MSa Ar Chieao. Ill Pa Lines 7
anul t(1 n >ul.l az.' i in .i.ation of - -- ArNewYork P.B. L 4 Up 8i*
iung. Ilt) \.t tI 11 ut IK Itnrlh up Man's Unreaeableneael --1 ...Yre- B. -Ar1hieao 11 vai MI-a .- '
uald (.orhl.al i... t, .orc tthie i ofen Ia great as wo-a*. Bot Its.' Llm Dpw. 0wea H- -& D.* S
woull lhwrh lf. or .'i,.It .", :re The. h,. Au| tin manager 0f The Be. I. O4-Nw Ymkl P a PItd uFnli i p Ar Toledo. I C. H-.N D.
.>are. hlw,. ,r. w< f ,m rt t ..., tinl puhlboMa of La^ve.wor~u. lad. *a vii *le-ol Yolk. A Detrol. Moeh M.
r.lt, ,.h.,, r, ,!,, h , not unreoaomeble, shea hre faued4 1to -V... No. aO--"Wmblm lnd Florida L(Tiselasi, ) --a
_____ allow the doctors to operate *l l his d ggg Fleelug 1re. Umis1." Daily In lIm Drwing aipPlitsbdt Pi PI 5g
ihe. tirlasa n..u.... .. wife for fe o dstruble. 'iMtoead, aho- Rpr Je.s ...... tro !-. .; oe -----.2 sr

wits i 't he'r ii 1-t !'t-% "rw it' rt listter My wife was0the80so k s1e4OYSTERS AND?) STMAKS Aj L oft bitrU TJ mt. A
tItimit-l 'hmriy lvrnlimir) %% i i I-t bodO and1 fal (1) as. __________________6 AT M. 1>. MO Ry.
ltearmbef lima artl10r at Fill SO- I 'UP At Mo Sat RyAl
c n -a.w ti n o .l Ii phei.aIhad failed to reiev ha. co m t 0h 1 .L e tehm rny l. Go 7 y 1 j t~ A al w A a ~ e 1

oti.L Iemiertmn s a lt 1 a L. l f rs eD l ,At&Mh ILso. yIt I saWar lAl.
r e i b'rfellerd, and Gas MO sowf evrAA PRICES RA DL. Al.US. By I S
ho'r % ena 0-.1 14.t r'lunmai I lt .1.r all her hottsehold4114sie." OO(LealsAtr44 ap. X.C so. y Wp At in ty. No Fu4
bcnrwrlf%)# 1 i% ,4m1ill lu a l".1 it. X V 26 )I1-o ab
of lN1%'I. LeoVI iho Mod III I.: teJbysralgglas. VbEST BIDZ SQUA RE& At Kneilh.Toa Ity SSrY4 OPIH _____
w11 W. IeItLSo.t'. lineL H0 .4bR I na o A-rtf iLoridl
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w 1 %44 m e I t h a Iaai 1t %- it n I A %r%, ,r IA t r 0 S m W Q & C.aail y l i d v e s t ib s ie t a,
A iM e l f w e be! .hd ... M V I t e u0 1 1 a'1 tD d ayw D rd y eim e e m e d P W Ig
Abac to tho .axtb ve'btury. w oviaost Kf pYourlHe d1I69f .LRa&ICos&Som e OW 80A r00010110 6Coa rPlim D
hair, wo fums of ho lthm,'* %.c ira timStllf 381910M OVIIm waO b besues
alar Wliann* and fileativii-I Willi A" row m mtm* t'on amsw -- 111111111s. Memphis, Kau
bests __kb c________ k -iof it- e -ROX3CM %
uteal .ia -ISbs, sumef o ah Jw Ts WSs a sm U.
RheustlsmC lumao sal.ea" Row I~ L I ied1 *5mU Ft.t 'rlrr m ~/~a~
ese 0iIs,7 10 01 0 MTo*. Wbiagisa. 0"c -N o8. so. d Fw
poem.''' so e p etrattug hu..t!'U0 lii V
raeirseism to 16e sebomie saiudbe.. .w To i A ies sos -No.3 *. waug 5. t4
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si Variled Anwers
%"y Do We DoI ttt
i by Pliay Bome

*.'Wk dl lte the sneezer?" ask
ad Paig miiblMt cntaries ago. We
ItOU Saton, and one won-
ears W"we oquld collect so many
as the ana of the
e._ l. furnish.
In ( .rlS edition of "The
Gold" L r an account of a
pet l jp ie tn the time of Gtreg-
ory tdi .fl m which many died
uddenO ., "I, thk t manere, soinetyme
srgeylat dtred, ao that when any
perso w eli bd saesying, anyone they
that\~Wa, W Yld to hym, (God help
you, or t helped, and yet eundureth
the Cllll As Pope Gregory reign-
ed In bith century P'luy's query
far aa ai ,d the explanation in "The
In .L i = t Scriptures, dating
at leaIn#t B. C., it is related that
preaching oue day to
hI dis sneesed, wherenl|mn aill
ewu aI: M"Way the Blessed Lord
livel My Wfe welcome one live!" thuus
eer im W latarupting the discourse.
Baiaa KI-d, "Tell me, when H person
mneess It the bystanders say. 'May
you I ai' wUl he live tie olloger or
die the mear for It?" "('ertainlyl not.
lord.\ hbe forbade them to say it.
But thi oplie took offense IX'ianise tihe
prietb did not thus salute then, and
Bda foked his command.
Tbk Taliadic tradition Is that the
cwaat datae from Jacob. Before his
aw m _~| did not die of diseiise. lIut
wil iwdAolted time was come he
Baeuud acae and wan dead. Jacvul pe-
titlnrdt fo exemption from this l'w,
ald his paye was granted on condi-
tin that sOg all nations a sneeze
ahoW* be allowed by the words, "God
'b Oreeks traced the custom back
to the yth of Prometheus, who made
ala Itae o lay and wished to give It
lft. Ai II the sun he stole a reedful
of sa, ap4, bastening back to his
statO he placed the reed under its
aeitll, epoducing a *neeze-a phe-
emnaa we may at any time produce
by toM i l the sun. At this sign
of IUfet bl creation Prometheus ejac-
shited a blesing and a prayer for Its
peenaret.i, and this response to a
iaks his been handed down through
an W .
Ale A the story of the Shunamlte
ehIl vtoaed to life by the prophet
WiSa do we find the dea that tbis
teavlall 4ort of nature is the first
sfla ElMe. "The child needed seven
timae, M the child opened his eyes."
Aew to Bcottiah folklore, a new-
b rn bI S under the fairy spells un-
tilt It aNag. Aristotle mentions the
praetlhfhtellcians who, when death
weeeM MItg, give medlCnes to indoce
7a ld g thereby to arouse the
faitdllteett a. ~Artotle seem to
have 9l muDbch attention to omens
of tHe m ys a sneee on the
TIMh( =i b tr g good fortune; on the
tlht ft btsatM 1eill.
i I (fign wkhn Penelope calls
S"l* w"li Ul to punah wrong:
"a ea the IMar emaw bwe-

1, e I- i fall by rate s -
T me" ,
= 4l0l 0l bi n eathast whe the
aM I te a ring if theyl
a-`- 1 a i puWattge a their sboes
hq ~I ent hvet to bed

,ka a aa dtae yh. U r
b Wieligslag hi*
HitreaU5 1._ the asm t he

m -e

, j Alp,-ha tA-nenA th i a b pt
a eslel et la ib tmp -
.q rl vwa- iaI pi

ft ohm7"


Sow,- --%

a -

Russian form Is "T'o your gwIl herlt
or "low do you do?' Enllicith folklore
is full of rhymes about snleez.ing On
certain AI las. In Devonshlre they say:
Sn., -:. on Su&ivy morning stingn.
'YoLII .*nju. your own true I,,\.o everlat-
iTg "
T ki i< lut one of the inmny that ar
nl u* all over the land.

A SCeve~teenth (eCner9 Ineildet Is
thebr iat of Maine.
In l ;t7'i .,:lit Atd.4l s ir Yo erk be
c(':ln aftl'Ti'rtl el with on, of hi-s tneigh-
Ilors. IHI.ry Simpson, and determined
to av.uge hlim-self upon two of iwp-
son's liiliren. whosbc neg, were six
and iiint ye.ars. Iu a solitary place
four or tiv\e iilea from the dwelling
li'ous i of lihe inllii titaints Ie built of
Iogrs tl-,I i. a ledige or lwirl|endticular
rn k'4 ; I ,l1 or pound sevier,il f-eet hig.,
with \\.tIb inclitled llw:ir l from Ibot-
tolr to toi After lit l blul built this be
dcc'oytd their children into the woods
under n Iprritnise of inearching for birds'
nl t.s ;it i : a I .4tled them to tiiter within
tlh Ilom 11, l. whn'er e he Irft thlicn contl iied
t I1'ri'i. ihel I l< l' h:te s ilice Ltnen
'All1'd thf' I vil' lInventiotn.
TheI(' ihl dilii were Soon ulwissedl. and
the i:t;ilm nii i nh l ih ltanuts soetrchlied for
thllll Iii 'i re thlia forty-elght hours. Tile
.1y %.- \\ltn ir aren of their wnretvied
sii.:itoiii ti. nlll;ie ( arioustr tteltipts to
"g't lout. :11,d ait length, by digging away
\\ith liuiir lihandl the sturfute of the
earth uiiiilen'nath one of t ilt Iuttou
I i' e. tfY'le't-rl their e c;aIte. 'Ilhiy wan-
dltrel inl tilhr w\vydla three iydly. benlug
at I nst anr:ttr'-l to the w-ashore by lthe
tii-' of the surf, where they were
'ITh'l lrarvi ed crlninal was .con-
diltlinite toi live thirty stril)i4 well laid
on. ti ai;iy tihe father of the children
LT, lthe trti.surtlr .10. besides fees and
cili;rg',-i of thle I rito)ii. and remain at
v'iise irisoneir dlnring the culrt's ildeas-
ure or till further order. The same
niith illihe ret -tglizedtl Itfore two of the
Jliudl,.s. "rondltloned to send him. with-
inl twi-nty one days, out of the jurladle-

Kaularoe and Hyras Asr the NeeW
Dieult c ll lbet o &
"The hardest of wild anlmals to pbo-
tographl In the kangaroo," said tbe oo
camera expert. "lie i co ataatly bop
ping around, getting out of range an
focus, and his color Is of that dark
neutral tone that require ln Id ezo
sure to get the details. Tbe iepard is
a restless creature, and It t bhad to
catch him just right Wben the saimal
is alert he make an example of brt
beauty that It wortb prserag.
. "But the moank maks tbe emrm
artist earn his wAges. BHe a bhal b
man chap. with a aseO of hb 4r all
his own. lie is as full of hamor ad
itnlcblee as a healthy boy. Aa thb Mea-
key Is mischievous, so I tbo lie prOP
and is easIly the leader ramo tre
vain animals. lie tIhe aosaglei
Beau Brummel. The Uio rather fa
cles the camera expert and whenever
one come In view will settle dar i-
to a graceful poee ad keep it aU the
operator turns away. A camera rMIN
to terrify the tiger. At rrt bo lIesl at
it In quiet amasimeat Wbhen the p
erator draws nearer the look Of '-i
der gives place to o0e of aB uyma
and the pre-ed back ears*iv to
of anger.
"Tbe problem of perpetual ettm It
almost solved by the yena. It baa
bomely face, wide at tba tap ad pl-
ed at the bottom, sad has ineaM
sad treacrbry written t avW'yt Me.
About the unly way to sear a pind
picture in his case Is to tie bL fah t a
that be cannot move a )oti. ve theL
results are not ecttrr~ly atfsetry."

la hia diary of the ermpalg In
the Empero Fr ,dert et w)sarp
wrote: "lt ta a ahocknl thia t rIde
eer a battIkleid. and It la Ipmagle
to describe the bideous mUetIltem
wdH preosat themwelvea. War la so
ally somethIla frightful, and tlhee ab
create It with a stroke of the pear.
tal at a gree -lothb table. little dre
wbht kherrW tbey are msrejtag op."
Diemarek nswe e the sme ee,.t *,ld 4dae: "Itad It et
hee fur me tere woeki have Iaa

p met war* the less, a. ny10
MA N wo"ld so Dt h av "bes ome-
. ad May Mr ler hu biron s-
0u4 auGweowo wud a o "be
MOORIn. y Ust. vou I have eel-
tW Wft My U a Lrr-
t~ ithmy)wine
1O -&L U. u eq. 3.S*51
mVf %@Nay take* Wtaef~m oat ah1
1W s OWN ~ aspit ID N6 MaLI
09~2Wo e wemv sbim mtod.1 to
ONNIO We DW ~111~
rbe wm ae ovsqalfr t
- a -e t cIs a -i oryIw

La mre Maule 'vy Lag .r ?

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AIOAKam b .a i Air Line Railway

llidwIUa rUUI radliUlr
c. Bmwe Prepriter.

Located in the Porter Block. south
side oar. Tbh~e r*p.lasi tables.
Good lights, uld & np ld eolurt.mot
errilee. Thl rpbflleoilally invited
MId m)Wfa v ,wI.

The Florida

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A handsomely llusrlted imagine
devoted eepellly to the int.rerst o
the fruit ind vegetable gRrwen of
A speelal trial saubsription of six
months will be at on receipt of I
enate. Stamps tale.

Louisville &

KBlritLr, tldLtlto, NashvIle R.eR.

Bees Line to
irmiangham, Nah rvUl, Memphlia,
ImOXVIlle, LulMdit Ca(rinilnati,
8t Lelah Chitge .aud all iolnta
NWrtkh a West tI threulh cars.

Onll lia operating through sleepers
from Florid to Oblsoao.
Only IIBe operalltt through sleepers
from Florids to it. Looui with dlninl
ear **sne..
Flanet dlagiler erilee in tle tooth.
Through tourist sleepersn I, Califor,
For Information Ia to rates to all
pohate North sad West, sobhdule aod
loil laIformlest orllo or irite
Ha. Pu1 A1t. L L a It. ,
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S .. For. .

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
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Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

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delphia, New York.

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


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write A. 0. MACDONIL. S. 0. BOY 8TO J3i.
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Sthoroughly overeaat with lia title

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Florida East Coast Railway.

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