O, Oct I
in the closstl
aale, accord d
p Tork, preside
it its indorsl
I and Dal&l
Mr. Riddl5 h
i addre- at
03 bill has Nu
do utmost N
s tr statehl
L asit passed
Misled by D-t|
I were apparel
I men into 9
in thee J
I LUTON. TeL, -C
WenIS6j and i8U
lk Of th.ya
rnbittd han ,ew
t ail th urpos'
Iof the ya
hbg dl-jjj'ed et
hme 1)the. Da
214' n. u b m
B t irt~?v(
bftwifui f ',
16 Stor,. rof
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7 or-A4 po
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TH MSDAY, B 1 ,0
PN ET- "TOFINDAIROT TW
PATHFINDING PARTY LEFT AT AN
EARLY HOUR THI MORNING. _. __ ._...
d With Industrial Party ^.*Anxious to Inde GainesvBile C 4td kit-.
o285,000,00n Official Tanm acksonville
9e^ .^^Auto lHy.*V .ay "
your previous attitude upon W. ith a determiaatia to et Oa
ae, and changed yur no- desirable and direct road betweem0
Pit what the Mann Committee Ga1ne0vllle ad Jdsavlle -'
m dd and of what the House ist a tioi ofoo the 0hlle At t a4 ,;
Areeentatives had approved. The first action of the t(lneaville au a tw m H
Committee, after a ten months' athfilnding toAr, aid 5 o'clock Ni s w i o f o W at
on, marked by unusual morning three cars ft oaaeavll e
,f reported that a rate thatcitywitha view toacertat
w would cover the difference in fothat citwa6
of production at home and ateoitl the i
The draft proposed absolute The party oocuptd three ca"n-
ifteguarded American paper mills Judge 8yd La Carter I his M. M
Sat the serious Canadian tangle, touring car. Ow. 1.. DL in his Mn w14 16M Mgte
your advice to the tariff confer- Mitchell, and A. M. C hman, a his ; a t N.
b s since precipitated. Buick Roadster 10. 0he Ige a' .
"The fixing of the rate on print men were compam.le by Mers H. o
p at $8.76 per ton, which you ad- T A R Oe:ad Clyde L. I
has decided the province of te"sCarter, member ti a A 1111 Is ihi t tl,
to prohibit the exportation of with Frank Myiserw d S8am aaset
to obtain their supplle, of tomobilistl.
material. The country is now in in speaking of the trip yesterday, l
Star way for a trade war with Can- Secretary Cushman stated that t the t l i
because of your apparent failure route selected Ii via m hke and H ig ll
5? |read correctly the Mann Commit- land, and that the party did notl Ritles B a. t tA V
S m's recommendations. We are pate any swrous trabIe th **l isetlng M w' gb
l tiateneod with an Industrial disturb- a desirable and direct road, and ee w loSr w tSh to l ll to I
which will Involve business In- which will be adopted A4 part of Uthe t4W l
ges with Canada amounting to official highway between JackbotUlle fti 's*i ,g ttil ..... is SW I I 'b 4Ij G fI
K ,OOe,0OOO per annum, and Tampa, which is now betaig al- eIsat t fa aa hfe 4llPOe' 0a i Misig *
We sincerely trust that you can lated by autotsts throughout the t d M iM bNll e ak slffIU o4
aThe aeoclation is now lao ) a a tSo th Ia II $010 baye In
4"have promised the T cb t f... ftOhm"'Is
dersicr and direct highway fra t, I1
o Seventyfve *lin e ave betn o .
m withusderedt and later another trip will be
gbeag s etwith diamonds. Following made, when the roadway wil b 1 I l
this huge bouquets of flowers were blaz,'d a d po ted. P ,
blougbt to the platform, tokens of the lhi s commendable ad publle- b
ov e of the Daughters for their presl- p irted e.terriwe on the part of the BT. At~OOUTINB. Oct. 1.--Po- tN tot anll WSaldly ndei tt
dent-general. Soon the plain plat- Galue~vltle Automobile Amoslatiot Se t time 1i the bhltory f thkls as. In this ae will sib llM a
ioweas and color. a orha e oosnedvtlle ro te ll, ta
At tbh afternoon seshlo the report lod of ite t nohvlle ay e ti led for admiselos to ester the p'br PIbkbo
one for untIline s by the o lAIs
4 the committee on credentials wa and pleasure r on t tcoe lI i 4 z ileit
fld, which wag marked by the ab- Tampa and the West on thell ad tbo boe lllWl th latl i is lbt ea jse
ce of any contest. o h e Thich eMI agger a U & to tta andtom d s a
The. feature of the day proved to, m e a, e o thi e wsTI *M ioI i Mt.o.. eaInd g 44 1iN N mr j a t
Ie the unveiling In the afternoon of etion.T m te frm t WOhe l o Twey 0 1 tob Cs" BWW$. .. 1
fi monument to Terry's i iangelr. ---- -t- KleWgo If years of i Ma l 1 9 oI b Ito
Stto afder Is a huge rough hewn FRANK GOULD'S CHILOeiN litst e In the m of Wal e of J pupftoise e l aWstr say
th bears ononne side a fag wse M
ad bears on one side s Asr He is the IMdle4asa CMisk hello isO tit the Ch e a
ilM Ute tIMscriptlon: In memory of TO MAKE HOME WITH AUNT. n is es wita hI. mti. Je,. Wi* b m- A Ita Ia th
m w'i Texas Rangerk 1a61-4:. --- oerats a leadtry -41 4clt9 hff1 I*, o whiM d emo th ragse r
Sby Bennett Dates Auxll- NEW YORK. Oct 0.- I is Md HIe epre* a dttr to so tet o sdll wuIMi p"eably e ds wa.
to Oran M. Roberts Chapter. by an ultimate fri-nd of the GoiM sad ble WeUsi UBd4 f teIA$ abwsl b$ur her. ||gided 1
b fDaroghters of the Confederacy, family that nmgotauton. a5t is pro tdor his Ndi sti to rn. M ~es. Ms thlehAe 1 t is11 oig tI*
a uanviir I n e fon." roe with a view to the 'drafrtrlg the prietipnd 1 f the high a1t0. Mr. s 1 dqusI0af, M t
S0peaknt wTer were Mr.. CorsellUas f the etidr of Mr and Mk 1s* "MsIM MIr emt te of ams ub tS w su bte e *bbf ti o,
Btem., Col. Philip Halt sad Jay Gould to their aunt Miss aiune eletw of Orbestls here, regrld the SM bou viiw bIMI ._ l
i A Ould, to be reared under M e to te f
aen test has developed for Ulder the tenms of the dgwa o* f A1 0rt0% aePta Th At N ll l l** l Ja
ales or pr..l4.dtt
ago. the se. esas f e-w m o s ^ Preeb Geshi Sa
a exe.as isu and DorOsr. a UeR U
Vit.. sad Wllis m. Apgi of g| year.
giethe aMeeS0t m s160 u Hewesr totooso""ir
^ -the bees feu a We hP1F W B
$4000d 'ahi(Ancied In, be.
li8I o bwRoadway%,
mete and Giei' tt
pieil ckmb~r,4fiwip,. at -9W
to 0 attWi r 1
tbq $4t09 a the by-a%
-o ws-, e
vl~at tle .ow 1. s art aet 0.
vBa1 l -I toi akv llle*
M6 *.. 0. A
WU.nto tselt toh.l write. t
Oist i*c o toimW nbft* A %e
#M bkqj thbe h^s raftisftands
le 6to Jk omvatillo.
,otla of om L Dols, the so.
V Iatewred to wrie the
Antegobile Club that this as
tio was wtluig, Mand wound post,
04 liesdd elhb wit
thls t. clatloo* that it would
S a'ma" s aWd Jacklamvlos,
'asti"n It was ordered that If
molub accepts offer of the
l that the president apponat
S.'Aml itteo to raise funds and o-
eeo ewith the work.
On motIo the president was authol '
H and Instructed to confer with
Dval 0outy colmislsonerl, or
;.4t1r authorities, In regard to road to
this city, or to the Bradford county
After a number of ortbuslastle re
at i tby sveral present, the meUdan
. adM ed subjet to the olJI of the
lS Is the proper step, as It beans
tb!q beginning of an oratalsed move
V ott Lur more and better roads
thr ghout the entire onuty.
The Matnattan Theate ao
A treat Is ln store ar theatre
patmios when the famous Manhattan
Theatre 0C. makes Its debut on the
lel stage toeaght. The come kherad.
Sas as of the bet stock orgala
*ate that ever toMred, the Seotheast
l asmae ase the east Ineloudates a
we ll-kow phes as Gordoe mtlk
teon Al Massey, o tU am er omthe
Te have an ostesave e perto e at
$We trom whi" aee selected eSly
these o the i t aelibr The
sete adel ory ase en asere4 o
tpl ty ofW r toW "et tod oinr.
Aty. Is obet m ple- At-ele r
ewe ~a, illol pl at a eM Oef 1**
il arih e bera the s ommnlmea
Dartg thei sta ew sa arep aw
mesery tfer eerp set ot eery ptay
willa e sed a n eaunet oesee moei
vsae t to w u es A th ettars a It
a emgmes ahaw. anTea t es as
whpha w the Mahaa. be e to ta
eae the lea Its ula.e eoa the
pI calse d shows tI this tertserya
r e o8 e et k o aa
r theat aver t ted ther setctai, e
ritdnay BatHy a alx Sghts
To CaRs A te0 3 re peo e oy
thbets of te tci mle e
r*la o nalue sw t. ter-
.OOsU|Md rqmsue < a se Ca.)
11. It w aslgeewte thatU It the
New Bedford manufetn1rere are In
Ogkmtnby with the 14ay elosing
MbOVeaY t theU etO t of a strike In
that oty wouM be partlaBy nulUed.
The ctirtUeat has also been tak.
ea up by th. .stberu oottoi-mlll
ownDer. YTestedy be board of gov.
woers of the Amerte Cottoa Mianu.
aeO-ers.' 4000M..i.. at a moeetilg
II ~harnt% NL C.. adopted reoI.
tai eai forth thor .lakl that
th0 pent dU pft between the
r* of oetol ada tt"en pod prd.
onu the poeeO ty of th ueAVOOD
tol operation of otbera i tWe. A
poaUtteu was appoated to forMlateM
a eturtailmnt agrema.nt.
THIS IS FOR you, SE SURE YOU
We hrewith extend a most kind Invl-
To you and your friends or any re.
To come to a party. Ths little paper
Is intended to furnish a place to
As many penals as you are years
We promise the secret shall never
If NeMthnusea age would e the sum
Of the years to whbte you now have
It obejections to expoealn your ae
One hundred wod be fa complete
A muleal program ot. very rare ewft
Will be giv s to fse vwo willu
W me a hear tit.
Wel wSlene i et M aro ae"ar fn
lawuleset a M e 8o
Ama s ae to ek n des aU to yew
-"a U K iftyr.
Do Mr te mey. wiT eeVe.
( atd to sa petp eaay other
A Mtle want ad. wll eeeame t
ha, Colds and
oal or grease,
the ples is Tin Ba, heaire!*
umd the espusiblbity j fE
-aat al Vh very
suets, as o hwovn tn the a it "bet
S In addition to the a.o0 t
ON Mf. Jone$ hade t t itow-
"in itot, acOompanied by the o ,
W., R. Thoa ............ by th 51
Gnaesevle NauoIo sal-aa..... .W -
P. M0ll.er ,..................., 6.0
Qule.4lI iardwre Oo.,,... l |
MtLis auy ................. 1 ,
S. Warre ..................... 1.o
A. 0. Steeanbrg ............... 1.00
MeCooreck Howe ........... .00 M
H. C hmbb ................ 1.0
J. 5. Deb .................... 1.00
J. W. McCollum ............... 1.00 .
C. H. Coles &8on ............ 1*e
J. F. Bunch .................. .00
Cash ............ ............ 1.00
lae. aee .................. .00 a
J. H. Vans 4........ ........ 1. S
S sm. Tech ................ o
o ..e......e .... . ......... 6
J. Boitord ................. 10
dash .....edC.... ........... so
Mvoae al8el .................. i s
P. 0. Stasn ................... 0
Casb ........... ............. 50
Cash ............ ............. 60
Moses adostetn .............. S1
Bvans Seed Co. ............. 16 s
0. Plnkolon ......... ........ Xi
... .. ... . . .. .
. . . . . . . .. . . . .
.. ... ........ ..
......... ... ........
The Stauoerge Return.
Mrs. S. Stberg and children,
Misses Katie a Pearl, and aNters
Ahraha and Oeme, arrived in theM
city yesterday to jaM Mr. Steraber.
who has been here for several day.
They come direst from New York,
where they have MIfoed mine le avtin
here about three years a
Mr. Sternbgv was for several
ars eNdgaged l the meamOtlle
buduis here w remvmme to Xew
tenh. whe f he t sred the waaio
t4e of ladoes'. tp. He has rS.r
ef to his 'Iret lev'" howere, Mi
may he wal be eent to st-A-
be~td the omtr eao Wal ameesvt
erm he bbas sao oemed, sad e
jey the friendeo o the pspl'ei
0alnmvlno aend" lah eseesty
m tm r d ewem aa th re h mS
tad to wreo me the metr w to
algo-e .e -
Dysapeao to -r attoal ailest
sde.* Bleed mtteers i the
eare tr It. It etaresen a
-ees, p-ar thi blood, bsls
b&all the stsindud
i~i, seb asPeerless WAu
~Comblatlos, Hamiljton Gem
t"Lo.Dowfl Tank. A10
ak thaLisvatories ant HRiOh
~ BernGoods-all ruamntW
sLUc A~ ~IYC
---l sawID ave jflSelh
~ hbishomne of
~i )lt knowil4
S~ &Y May ii 'i'
~ Ia sound COM-
. . .]
DAYLIGHT DEPARTMENT 8TOREma.~m
2 1 .. ., ,
f et Public Is Asked to Consider This a Personal
Invitation to Attend---WELCOME
OF MILLINERY.--GAINESVILLE'S PiR
A display of 1ompleteness could not have been arranged earlier, a showing 'so comprehensive will not be
een later, as G. W. HYDE COMPANY Millinery Department spreads before it vitm tomorrow
lh hats, whwn to the slightest curve and most exquisite graduation of color, have been accepted by the
Highest Fak A thorities. We have bought more Pattern Hats from New York and other markets than last
eason-thidr lty and variety were irresistible to us, and will be to you.
Tomo rhibit is fully representative of Paris fashions up to the moment. Hats of the "Premier Class"
at speak e of the creative genius of famed milliners and designers.
We bid ,.welcome tomorrow morning.
w6 -7T _
I Opening Women's Outer Garments
T'his opening :'A Style will doubtless afford fashion-followers geuine pleasure. From end to end
teaching s"---the second floor-is ready for whatever is wanted in fashiopable.
4 "ITS, DRESSES, CASES TS, TS
J atstahI f thebestthat 6 loollntbdgcdh te J
M WOO& usaiW of
Of vuto U
LWO2JOf ot.lua- "" --I v ~ ~ j'gy~w
J A fh UPi*O
4w~- w4I~~ U
8 444 F4F.~
.4.. 4 M
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r. t.s, .tc.
tA- 4tBh a
5 Ifi8 j
PA OF SUm
.R" Prices, TermE, t
Wedt Bay St.
VrDENHA M, A,*
S r-i -.
il la il
A m ib udeei w'r
|&jg Stoi '
(HSH1^'1^^~~~~~~s *s^"?'!* adA-W.K hyIe
, , ......
th -- ee as YOw tl a to dl'-aT
-w o n oft tr a t e
S o. n ,i m. .P -w .
.mA sayr mmd-eHastm atL
a# &I .Dll, will6 4 te oesoA.
sati. al will m #ake a od IS se. em iuthal a
of te samoast 4 0r eust wsmt d#
to Is Ithe leis the er t l oto it ar mw s- In waew
(A iertlsts famrs' who Thoity t o ant moe wsu expewss
t ir ksaMn.s to al m,. b aft Laea, a a eirapb" part u
**sw OwMo tes wster De"t wMo 9 4, 0ia0. The& Goera.
4tep gbet it Geemga most rei rea Mos
of th ehar t ma a t toe.o r eo aN d toe to -
es Ma oftftdldaMn sm o A, wam am. W NWt.
** ia Ui ac ieo ;*** --tm la4 4h... l-
b .Cit Qua.! M+- t
thatn in s -tl taot ath P tMw
aweafs.t tthr toa MONsp oa3
set ealiny **eslhukiow *Mhar gs, as easei
t -, -,- i, --
w "**" or .b .e... aem- us n
ItCaor ihes rt It 16
Si w IW aw- Y M
L a ,- --""
flt"do'llA. tt .-
* am rllta It tor to tot er Atos reel
I" a as *** of" a- a e.. .. *-*. *r.^ j
^9 ft worthye a. a' o, |
y*w 9* *** whe a o ets r aslr -
sea ton a|si~l sea ttthe i~-a g*iii Bal Often
Aa. a s 4
0. .. 9:30
i ti ,,
, Traffic I(
',''"' ','<* *~y ^. ^. >" ''
*iTiiniMi oilKmm^?' i
o -a I
st Fort Pier
been newly I
is strong ,
i# g forward.
rke are said t0
8es in New 9
We moved into
i nearing cOdM1
is of the IS
ges are very '
p some four
of this yellow ,
bward of trade
l A salaried
iployed in a fe.
M the Inland
which will nm
tr fruits arew
l Largo dally.
im and East e
ver 200 acres *1
late rains have w
Mt to the newly Ma
citizens of Palbt
Ito send a peta
bg that *a sea-w%
protect the propel
It .,r. C.A
land life clasa-e
sers' Assoclatio j
tch Supper" was
* by th. hoard of
SNews is prep
MKrted fditlon of
ir futur. which
gMely to Lakelau"
?e heavy) rains tIt
a in Ft. Laud
t damage,, to tl i
i the ;ttpr haa ri
a !a before. i
ii tii ,ri t In pi
Mr. Dell Is 1
M. IDll, yf
* in th race f
al -I, tlon
1*U5 for thoell
-d>uior to UMi
BUD Job .
WEODING AT BATESBURG.
- tiy Mixson, of Florida, Wed&
Miss Theora Bodie.
;'Te following account of the mar
of Dr. G. C. Mixson of this city
't- popular young lady of Souti.
ol ina is taken from a paper pub
in that State:
.3e1B6teaburg, Oct. 17.-Special: Oi
Siday, at the beautiful home of Mr
4l6 Mrs. D. P. Bodie, the marriage.
bells rang out sweetly In honor of Dr.
|Guy Mixson of Gainesville, Fla., anu
It Ja Theora Bodle, second daughter
--, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Bodie. The
l de6 was handsomely gowned in a
rema messaline satin, with Irish
o tht trimmings, and she never look.
44 more beautiful than on this auspi-
aloou occasion. She and the groom
stood under a beautiful bell made ol
vely flowers as they plighted their
198, in the presence of the large
ssemlage, who had come from neai
and far to do them honor. The Rev.
10. 0. Canty, the bride's pastor, made
them man and wife, and used tht
beautiful ceremony of the Methodist
Spiascopal Church. Mr. R. F. Stokes
of Newberry, Fla., acted as best man,
jphile Miss Earline 1lodip, sister of
the bride, acted as maid of honor. It
addition to the maid of honor, the hap-
Spy couple were attended by Mims Has
ale Smith of Micanopy, Fla., and Mi.
Mizse Lagrone of Johnston, C. At-
ter the ceremony refreshments were
served the guests by the following
young ladies: Mirses Ethel Godmap,
.e14 Wright. Estelle ard LillieP Bush-
Patra Wrigbht, Limle Riley, Ros
Ridgell and lie- sl Steadman.
,. *' bride is one ef the most popu-
Hlr sad petite young ladies of Bates
mii the groom should feel hap-
pi l raining such a Jewel for a life
"Dr. MiscaM the groom, is a native
of Oainesvlle, Fla., and is a rising
young dentist of that prosperous city
ASK W. M. JOHNSON.
S ParHseln Sage, the Hair Grower, Is
Now Sold In America on Money
It's a mighty goo thing for tte
women of America that Parisian Sage
eos now be obtained In every town
i No preparation for the hair has
e so m eb to stop falling hair and
dandruff and make women'S
W t beaatifl aa Parisian Sage.
t Parasa Sag is the only certain
deetryed of the dadmriff microbe.
V" i the Mame at97 per cent d4
SJoutaso n d we I thrive o a ts
Sao is, dbM*e n t ow
it t A -to io pr operation,
st 5 s imo k.. t ddes i
pgt- as s **t
st 1-segimer k
TIRED OF LIFE,
DIED FROM EFFECTS OF
Chief Clerk of Terminals Wrote-
Note, Turned on the Gas, and
Lay Down folr Slp of Death.
The Times-Uonit of Wedauedy
brought the sad apd surprising tuale
nation of the suicide of C. J. White,
chief clerk to W. T. Hensell, supe
Intendent of termalgls for the AtlMati
Coast Line railway at Jacksonville t
unfortunate man having been ftond
dead in a room ln his home Tuesday
night, the result of asphyxiation.
Deceased was well-known meg
the employee of the Atlantic. Co0at
Line, and waa qilte popular aag o
A large ircle of railroad friends, sad
the news of his death from slolde
came as a great shock to all.
Mr. White hash een in the employ
af the Atlantic Osast Line for seT-
eral years, and was regarded as ome
)f the most valued men In the ertiofe
He was as a rule possessed of a aM t
amiable disposition. always tookia
upon the bright or humorous side of
things and it was thought he would
have been the last man to take his
Mr. White was wrlinga an sautmo
bile last Sunday aght, when the maI
chine ran into a hUe h and wagos,1a*
during the animal 44 such extent dot
t was necessary put It to death
by shooting. The O~mer of t$ holse,
.he Dixie Transfer 'Osipany, through
its manager, caused a warrant t1 be
sworn out for the arrest of White
upon a charge of reeklessa driving, and
it was when the oftoers' went to the
White home to arrest the pQa that
his death wai discovered. Jig lIfeles
xbody was found lying stretched at
full length acrom a bed. and the 0a,
jets In the room were turned on, whlIg
told the story.
Mrs. White, wife of deceased, wOs
visiting In New York at the time 1t
this unfortunate Incident, and the l-
lowing note, written on the .ar5f at
a newspaper and addiW6ed to WO. C.
Cooper, the undertaker, explain It
'Wr, cooper: wn W .
*03A4 t Tw tieth b e. M o
and have y body M
bIried hete upon her du*l r
tired of this costiM ., t4 .
(signed) C. J. W. Os0 ather par
an of the paper was
Lows: "Call up 61 of r
at 29 and ak him t -Ms e a
of the boys at the o to et a & O
*t of Police Ret ;ro
o aoted Justlf
It wer to Umell
Wisa r., who ale-soIe
it ad w$ hold it until the aWtlti
of MrU Wh. "tte NeV Teft
SAny skia Kebag is a telpwNt ,.
The more you scratch the weD I
cbe. Dosa's Ointmeot M
ma.-eay skim ItA Atit M
TAn wae I -
SMl *H| A
m M WNe *sib.
^Ua *^^i4-th~ fM|t
WAG? "W4W VRPPROA
b!h wm. an -m bM
mooSet. *t 'ow "Nowta",
Ore As Dblan'
Mild Kodielps Treatment Is.'
Bform .and M.ule.'Byes
" 311 ~' ~ CLC
G .8. I~ewc'
a w~ ~us~n~
tapI. and fancy Or~oormsb# /
"UI uw s i uw a f "
Blue., l.ka4 aov!l
NOW OffD AT
,. a -- >*
- 9C N
AILY 8'UN: G-A-,I.hlt
+ '. ,
d )rurr r
ic r New
9otober SMth. AE
?amd convicted htr the
Ot R. LS. uth IDn th
of the county ese.%io.
as ieutenoest# s iqs
Ard, but v'w:a ted l
e aums a A i.vw, *w1)
s hia ft., AtteeyU asker
id e BW k ep ttla the cob-
m ',' have, heb bMOtlld by
OWmal ftrmmiu Umtt tbl
d~uat at t 1 Olook iB Uh
fo n* 1r11's h we ue
@tt the rblnlt and v4.r
he lt er, Or lreIt'eourt, bl
A(.Mss heow s owoAn.
inpp va eouvletel and
o sf to weaes, ae ndn g ~oIw
^klo lhafd, te ope tr tdU/
ls Is elno O WuT ar
SUrooh me wort kd a Ut
theily se4t the 40etimee
H tjo o two *K two
^ S eUetla. Jasote r staho
Iloua was reslved tin a wit at
SAt the time feeling was hih,
1 ftwas thought advisable to tal
Ian to Jack~uv llie to parevlt
fble violeane. Slace that date
ol has been confined ion the Duva
ty jailt pe @Ng the srgm eao t or
f to l e, us above stoa
e M bri was orally t for
Spio to the e
eW OwM tmet prior to the aQte set
We mide a big hit
ts. Why? Ben
ue of our ad. Just
pok for this spice
iery week-you wi
-Wnot only in-the line
we are cartyi but
&new price. What
we mean by a.
ice, o course.
Coe and be
m uixed ~ hI -MtIl
*have cost 1d
".: h"JP MAVNG ,. N"
-. ,evap. ator tl. prO 1pe. sad a "a, t- ie ,'
duars the era pro. . e, *atg p r .-
The ea pqratorsaon the miarkto si t others, do. o
ford eanoagh sth imalamg er n to ematmt Is te *oew ak
about elghtees feet W aleuth sand two iee in wf me Of by
med whl It Is evniwnth hd be, n .IW e of i
number, either 'paplr ao epses, with No. guWtt alsed shet4ron f a
booaM. It sheuM be givied into three sela t ate the vivsla s
to allow tMhe iea to be pssee ot as it 8oee threoh the cooking proceaS
The first of the sesedteoB ahold bh elght feet log the secod, sE ;N
Wad the third, leer fest The operator sheoi eoiald on a riek
constreted so that the are can be uweed W ofro o to the otw r. A*
evaporator of this k&id Oa M be made at home by anr one handy with tools
and coats conalderably- less than a bought one.
S klmn t. ,
Wheo the Juloe begins to heat la the rMt or largest seoton of the evao
rator, a deane blanket of dark greenih color will begin risig to the arfe 1
This blanket must be removed before the Juloe b"el, a e At rMetval
depends the quality of the syrup later .on; for If this sunm ie allowed to '
mix with the boiling ulee, the syrup will be cloudy and off Savor.
The old-thpe perforated skimmer is not a go 4 klamml tool, beasus
It does not skim clean, and allows moat of what should i ret oved to hti
back Into the bolling Juloe. The bet kind of skhimeW i made from a
plece of dressed lumber about ourtee lnchbhk aareat, ted with a handle
like a mortar board. usintag this sklmmal board, the best way Isto to
lay it fiat on top of the scum In the pa. The soeu will adhere to t.
board and can be removed without any of It falling back.. By using a plee
of lath to scrape the scum off the board Into the sklmiltag barrel, we can |
make a perfect job of this, the moot important part of the syrup maklan. -
This operation should be kept up all the time, and every partileo of scum
removed as it rises to the surface during the boiling proessm. As thea juice
vanerates and thhlkens it should be assed on toi the s oamd comnartmast
la 1 and
i hours: .
~~tOn Bauk. 31L~,
'4. .B.Phoue 200
j~hat"u & Co'&
fPS. 5svilue, VIa.
itsk.&IM A*hus co
m tB look,
Y AT LAW
DOt It property. (N
9 = lands. ISead
qiu Wetrfor sale..21l1
Oolvejlnocig and U
W. 'Oft*next fbor to~l
TliU8 W FIELDI
ItU5. ** ~liel. Florida]
where most of the boiling should be done. When near eomplotlon. It is ydou woeld't,eithr, it you Mwo s ti liNb
run tuto the last section. where tt t finished and tested tr a ly ask your groer or bre a '
Densielty of the Syrup my the KeyateIe Bakegyy 1ee that1
To get a uniform density we must Ase a hydrometer. Without t"s tool 'Om r 400 t 1 r yt ,
we can not be sure that all our biabee are alike In aity. Thl-t-to-r OM -thla "J r ros
degrees, while hot. Is gmkerally reoognsed as the stMaWdI of daenitor lov out ar s. top lT
Florid a$e syrup. Whena t eoM near that point we amt use precaution mWl ain tI de- ..
that It does not get too thick; for a the later stage eVapworatlo is ver) KIEYTONS SAIA .Y, I 'INS-E V
rapid, sad If a strong fre is under the pan there is some sager of burntn '1eee 1 R4 T. I pha.er, Pep. l,
as the syrp thickens. To help prevent this we have tO regulate the Are al[at
and keep It low, when ready to run off a latch.
To fadlitae nning off the syrup,s a pout should be provided on the aide se -
of the evaporator. wth a ti t t a ue te edlvao t. .. am as th-- ---"
between the aeotes. then the arrp ai ready,. it shou be r ofo tI1treqh Florida
a he wooUen blanket so as to loure perteet eleanee aInto a galvtel e l
tb. It uast be put In the packaesI provided for t. ae soo as peble. The time New.
while still hot. The pa"is W t -a W Ma-- t
TheRedPaskage i The fie Ia amomaw. W il
Bl a yrep sMd aever be pout In barrels vy Uttle of it The wfrk arsate,
i as. O the ea peehage aa the demand e the market is for 't !es e dp.
glass. At t-haped quart b-tle i the beat. A neat attravke lWaMe shaSud The pie to Iis S.
to maue. eh will ad" .ter"ally to the looks f the wrmp and help to
1alli. I KOU.M A-AM LUL -, ..
Ifor bhitos eeelesOwes was e~hersam I MSLmos s MiWSNoTaS
V fteig smefins., bWtthe change to~
b CM"be Duval ofsuty Sail "seeed to haTV UN3U~b3E, 04 *.-The revt
10a smostoeseheal eled "Mupes isPhyal m9"110PIsgM ldat theMetodiskt cbs
elJ for eat coadltlom. by Revs..owadr nMf~ ow wI
rpuxt A *@"at last, whem thre m im" weft be
SOprw'ebeft oreywoml I. x s o TU weetkmsw "M ipy. wellat*~
If yo 4A L d. tme emrut~stmtxn
famd 6,a OWu 4w inas -i-* at. the oOS. Asa m
eat e ste em : Ii by twent~ "IF new M Uwe fewr
w~. & twotm me" p yr mw todas Smmb&,
OMWWasPM004SOthia. M D. 0 U Drot& smin g
a eeitwbhltse~mu VMewsit b 1 ~9 5. J e
4* Ldketow m a "&a~im m
We 4 4r #a D AW oft
* 4 *4-f 4
we In *$aJeaqoft lit"
I W6 7
en Z~f- ___
QA i 4:.,4r A
I- -- --I-- ;` - I
**.. .^ -
CROWD 1) 3
$ 8ss8 AT
ent Felt .
1,ing to a
ouise Tursd lY
ed in ed"Gt
f hearing M00d
liiie along thMei
bo, benlug edq'
ld the ubjeot
jcal maru ner.
ik Clark, who.
of the eventi
time he ea MM
hIng a 'country '1
da. hence was "
Ok more intelRIg
iosidered one dw
topics in the whd
he meeting was
L W. H. CasselsI,
HNville Graded "
rl. Cassels ind
Obly a half hou,
rhlch was full Ot
remarks he u
ton, of the Um,-
e a few brief but
A were well re
Frank Clar k*,
applause as that
Sfaced the audi oO ,*ea .
Clark, who 1i ;. 05
ing speaker is t 4i. 0
at his best upona -1
early an houWr wer
to with the OO
speaker said t-npX
insisted that tho lita
ter for conslde't>i| ts. p]'
slrve was th'I rctb a
r roads and a 't~ a~
olnes. "I the
This grand eogia 'll
a network of hard |'i d tel
lines," he sa
Swill have good I 6
Sto result ro o a
rous telephone y0ta-i othes
n Improvement* *4 IgO anr
Inments of eame
es; and the day Wt. a.eb tha
We will see a n se oh
schools Into a~ 'h
s the employed o 1ii ot
nt Instructors "
Ir. Clark said bea' a
SFlorida, sad 'lO
rvn w 0
thbe disadvantages of the average
teacher, especially In the country
school, where disadvantageous condil
tlons frequently exist of which the pa-
trons or the public know nothing.
He concluded his remarks by appeal-
log to patrons to do their share to-
wards making the teacher atnd the
school a success.
Have Started to Work.
The ladies cmr:rir-::.;; ti4 nsao-'a
tion, of which Mrs. J. R,. Fteh is press.
I4ent, have already begun work, and
will beautify and improve the local
school grovr.nI. It is the Intention of
the association to organize auxiliary
soieties throughout the county, and
It is safe to assert that this will prove
of laying benefit and value to the
school system throughout the county.
Slightly Colder With Snow.
When you see that kind of weather
forecast you know that rheumatism
weather is at hand. Get ready for
it now by getting a bottle of Ballard's
Bnow bluiment Pinest thing made
for rheumatism, chilblains, frost bite,
aore and stiff Joints and muscles, all
sobes and pains. 25c, 50c and $1.00 a
bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Had a Pkalns.
The "overflow" pupils of the sixth
sad eihth grades. Oalnesville Graded
and High School, participated In an
enjoyable ride to Hogtown creek yes-
tfday afternoon, being chaperoned
by Miss Kate Tomkles. one of the
There were quite a number, and all
who wet report "a great big time."
MK Tankles it quit* a favorite
So-M the puil1a.
A ShkOlid Up
ay iO be Try weo so ftar a the
MstS are aIe--L. uEt mot whm
it Rw to @ b aMd ever a S M N
igta QuM fe simimO sad take a
-a e--halitaE's erbilm. Ow
tlmse as hamEfl rdrug sad as se
fs as tas. iU doe 't ure. y0s
S yew SS b k ftold by W. IL
woremrried sand keep h"'Y
WaGpukp t sch a a Ot somw
Ojob b vs ream 00008thighbe is.
md "W"ma.Of Pyeawr gauif s tWe
bmP ebow ~ "3rh5
ave em sewbs osdve.6
IL "I We Wabt A",?
A SHORT STORY
s "The gilded rule." murmured the
secretary, sighing down a growing
anger;,and tumbling the leaves of
his notebook mechanically. "The
pedestal of dollars and cents."
tHe strove, in spite of himself, to
catch that look of the other day, so
fleeting and yet so full of promise.
Hut now all responsiveness was blot-
ted into a cold, measure stare, as ahe
stood talking with her father.
"A gentleman, air." 4 was one of the
clerks in the outer office who spoft.
"Don't go. Grace. I'll see who It la."
And the broker disappeared behind
the frosted door. The secretary
caught his breath at this unexpected
opportunity, and sought in the recess
of his brain for some remark with
which to open the conversation. The
girl was gaming at the deep droop. of
a sagging cloud that was moving
across the bit of window-framed sky.
"A doubtful day," he hasarded, as
though following her thoughts. "Yes.'
These was a note of abrupt, cold
finality that precluded further conver-
sation. The girl was gating at the
window still. The face of the secre-
tary set into a tense, hurt expression.
The door leading Into the private
office opened again. "Mr. Bragdon,
will you kindly step here a moment?"
The broker's voice was gravely stern.
I- .iI ,
INN hiStR I 1W
.Ma v hamnwtmebsol sf
Oquau ma ikaD w. AWoa the
bsity Wh4s 6u, leiimiot I
food whiblh, a. nue ~dowm W
--e"etl fec te Tha e4ma sju %beun. W
expert th stbmoh Ad reA
wtlo sd flmt1~fLe l op su
Por Women-Lydia E. Pink-
Am's Vegetable Compound
hKy. 0 I was passing through
Change of Le and suffered from
"Lydia E. Pink.
well and strong, sa
that I can doal m
T housework, and at
tend to the stort-
and post-ofice, and
... ecthan I really am.
"Lydia E. Pink.
table Compound is the most
remedy for all kinds of
fomaletroubles, and I feel that I can
oevo prafaM teaough."--Maa.LZ
SHoLLAfD, Noah, Ky,
TheChangeof Life is themostoritical
period of a woman's existence, and
f ofshealth at this time invites
that there is no other remedy known to
medicinethatwill sosuccessfuily carry
women thrQugt this trying period as
it ltB.r Pinkham's Vege ble Com.
& Id, made from native roots and
For 80 years It has been curing
women from the worst forms of female
a I nifammetion, ulceration, dis.
elements fibroid tumors, irregularl.
periodo dS0p backache, and
-t tr case wrie7anfiden
s l letter to Mr&. Plnkbam, at
a Mass.. Her advio Is free,
104- s d am of t
Wonderingly, the secretary rose and POR IiLVmR 1MmV1I, M ,- *
slowly entered the outer office. The. .-P- o of tMe lastmretk.-"W I
sneering, silent contempt of the en- g agr of Tred TakMe AetinAu to m 1 T saba 'N
tire force met hispse. e. ft e.omds, ttIns4l i~ l I!
"Mr. Hragdon, you have been In myI At te suggest of Mayo r ODItf I'. Chwairt HM w NeWi r
employ for sometime, and-" smooth- tba Glasvlille Board of Trade have MW 0. Dn W.,
Ing out a tremulous agitation-1"-1 takes up thO matter o raislag ta d se reSry. All oomitmatelqie
trusted you. My business secrets .r the purpose of a silver iv eq 'I be ad &t te to Thl e
were yours. How have you repaid the battleship. Florida. Ploddt 4 h bI-t .
my faith? By selling that Informa. PtnMe deetring to contribute to MWI Misi .
tion to my rivals?" the mud eh notify L. F.. Haempton, *;
"Mr. Atherton, I-" vhq9 in secretary, and the sutwaatt) OlSei
"Stop: Don't deny it; l.angdon has will be credited. l'ol!owluI, to, ct s
absolute proof." list of oolttriLutions up to last night' R Ud ...a.II'-1 t.
"l.angdon Is mistaken." '. P. Hampton ....:......... 5.01 OaM ,.,
langdou Is never mil-taken. Don't B R. Colson .................. 1.0N4 ISpL Jnbb 0tw l0t8i ,T:s
bluff, for I've found you out, you coan- Chtelds Warre ............... ** 1 l.0 i
te lptibl-" S. 8. Chubb i ................... .00 her I O .0
Father!" EI. Canna n................. .0
The girl stood on the threshold, 4. p. Arnold .................. .00
flushed with eagerness of her do- W. R. Thomu ............ .... .A Ae e W'-W. W. CWo0o GISet
fLnce. Her bosom heaved; her body W W. Hampton, Jr ........... I I
quivered with an Intense agitation.1 LL Turner ............... I. Colstet -W. 9 Dielee
All the artificial barriers of sex and H. P. Robinson ............... Il i ,
'flats ditinatlion were swept aside. R. Harper ............... ., .'I T iu-" Gela ,,''
The true woman stood revealed. For W. SaM e a ............... 1. l
on" brtathless moment she paused W. H. Andersom ........I...... ,IpO'",' - J- G i
and then hastened imptuously to ithe R. Q0. troer ............... Grew. Gal* sviOV .
side of the accu ed. J. W. Blan g ................ .* oe pM t .b p a. S
"Grace! Come away from that O. Daxtr, .................. p .
scoundrel!" IDr. Oso. Waldo ............* rew t asde IOW pLW T. W .
"Pather!' The pleading ote wasa PT er Bros. .................. L.$O Aeo5, a .W ,.sLU. ,'- "s
imbedded in an unvshake roeoluton. Oo. Broom ............... i. 1. 41-s1W *- ,
Iler arms were outstretched, her eyes Dr. H. C. Speeer ............. *.No *-*, MI
beseeched,'but she remained as though Ros. Prak Clarkt ............. O IM.00O Im
rooted to the spot. Sheer anger taurn- 0e. OIhas, HI1h prino ......... I.N .
ed the broker's face a chalky pallor. Chas. A. farks, Waldo......... T1. *
He tried to speak, but the exem of B. 3. Tallat .................. 1M ##" N,, S i L
his emotion choked him. At last Frank D. Warew .............. 1.0
with a rasplng snarl, be polated too the Le Orsham ................... 1,40 st -T.D Get N
outer door. The two went out is sl- CoatrtbetIos to the above f (d wtIN 7o A. S0o &l .I
lence; the man dazed at the aemusa- beo roied from parties reotag at
tion, yet even now dimly oomenoie of aiy polit to Albm b osty.
a new joy creeping through his astpor; IN" 1m1 1 d 'Daf
the girl strong ad proud i hr love. Stm t ee aMSnes,0 whM(6Ah ..t1 M,0---w @1v u ,
..See," she waispered siadily. pig, td omt t TO 1111smW-. X
Ing through the corridor-wluow at i '
the crimson glow of thI dygp a, m, t tot Cou of the UMd g'-.
which seemed to shape the portals of to N of i l.' IL L-
some unknown paradise sad MW them Id- the Mmatter o A. C. ohul si sms
Ianvitingly as a hidden refs0e to the a me, J l Mop--n lssrupteY. ..I.L J oI Ik L1
lovers "The cloud hasa gMe. This To the CredMtrs of A. C. RobhIts L. 1 mes0. C, A. g
is a promalae." They werae tla my o* a tower. *y.eoia. in Iho vay reu, 4. A, 0d1"f
watching the color melt aotw a paotr, wof blisus afesad,aa Du IOiU h o I d 0 g
more delicate hIe. wheo a d swnas haakruwt: hr, lcXhsl W. W l
opes at the further ad of themes ae *Is h eby Ogiwesthat n the Ls U. PImNad"I .
rdaor. SMd a yd Oseshr. A. D. SP the Ii...
"A mote for yOU, Mr. IIeIm." d A.0. Ue wMa wo *l8110
The edorrs ese was I. of a i6 0 a 1e;hruOtf i d the* M AAvFAiM AU W"M"
-l r Thbe s.er o M n o m aS iOf the g U a -m .x
trembled a he s aighu ab ee I-#s t wig he h dM Ma O vlfat, 4
in the parand e' is** II IdasINi52U& .0 49 10" of a &
*rw 11-* is buH o" h whs. i s I ds* toa the seamwm. W*M
pered as he beern ev r b. time Se*amrems a meA-A
3 ses e tower baie es as a peMn
ThiW W t ami soIG meS
Iswou jmh sn". Tuol" W. -A to? 4
CASTO IA '---'-- Ti
O* K1Ate 80 Was4
,ti T .S e. L es. A we &U* **o.
-see - "-----^*se- ~ ^ -. !' seb-
osWer ? mt w- -
M- f ^'Zl^^ i~~n ^Maaina~lss~ "kiJSf a^ -i ie I ^^ l
dwht- Uw h
v 11 -AbW*Ml 066,Wre
(hwmo1omewin rloolo at
-~a to0144 tomes"
3In OW agOf OW AMLs es*
no w, tebis 6014s
514 3 a94mUWRftv"etall
f~ ecbemvI~e~lmw.he Was
vltell at to adcoillsnh. s s hu.
C.W. Uproiell as& a buuinwa
Oj to SAuk* yesterday Is the hator-
Voesmaes H. N. Leley MAd 5. L~
city, guests at the family, of COL
roe, oysters and fresh
$ ater alsh recelved trdt
dally, Call on us or 'pho
". A..Davi*e A Co.
L P. Dueles, Jr., a welOi
samn of Jacksotvillks'
S tlob those who spent y.4terd
^- Qfeew .l on buuilaa
K' C. D. DeinI. t al superti
i* t of the Dutton Phobsphte 0
, wu in the ty aa buaoesu
1 d with his emo ra n rtdN
NeXt te omagnlle HOWL
ANl KIPmb Of UEeotule WsftPro
of kaewleet "*pIeipllee
~: ~ -
____ ___ ___ 1
4~Rhm, iAs p ~.e-
w -f Ago. O5ds..sWStSat
eel AaRoom estibe i*k
j61 W t _t t 'to
011 -Aki:'IIq91 ha
remedy t *Avdefr JSIbe~~ri
$46 T. 04, *0 ivergadasst
Aul usi the $Iuq wet e slr o tf
tamed wisV'aoos at We*
,WJIulam I Steckal
A.. A. rclo
I- right party. i
to J. A. Phifer.
e In South
t-roorm house; 4
r and bath: 11
A. Wenske, Cl
T HOTEL, i
J I. Shipman. Mab
le rooms at rem
Roomers wanted by
Ile, all modern l
$110 a month; also
littae on West Lib
1er month. Gained
SMe.ord. 75 cents sg
hotel (. Ginesil
" I CORMICK'S-
use Na Koae4 .111Mob S~.ms
ot Oba,-L*eNA omp aat *0, tot. oitc~* kmd
LARS. *40. iAy mm. t0*li e9- 34 m a boa. t e tt U
vsTM to tw e lti Iinthe istews of 0 w w e hsb*es
is~ ~h~u. he SUW5OSOWAto ft'sicty a* SoSSt,
aned wms6 Wee.0 A. a4 44#s- Ir U. sMr.
MaIe ola of wbom wef
.pu rasuie ew ~ t heSa 00l tbw hirom
W. .umSehe4. .~
a" ~ bouty NeWwbuy
m0at.. er p, ba .
P40M =fMW 'b
e~v '.0" o *hm l leuvi eie s ~
urns bmWP.. m lift s*Amp~
r d aw ts a w Vke Al a is- ..
WAS lawn JamIto em up. w0 V. A.
W".4'1 aMe at OW I. AMMt i
-0 b m bM*4d VP' VU "ft~
-~&. d- V pq wA a-____.
ow mm adw e OW on enb# am %we
MWmesew woas 4" me WNWva O
~pM." UO" Nm I"" a
so -ft tft f
aide Court Hould
P ombcow'(' O
Dr II vi.: S
w individual *1
am OW do 1
S"'L Published Twice a Week--Mond an4 T, ursay
S.GAINESYVLLE, FLORIDA, T -U S DAY, 0C 4I," 1909
_^ iWr u Tel the Tret. whan; c oi Miir m i r hi tIMiiitlia
gS.O Frash raer old Gawl1 Hameookl wawy a r e vath
I IDOEroN to8 o o Pa rty Anzi" i meWGlne" tooa
a re teo so e mott re ,,l ,1 ste. T -
Mce for hete D*emorie pArty when he said t" ,tSag a Ag p b UH
ol ,,,low *. M any -.n B.- i lt1-r 10 T g'
L^sotre vTt UsN Telles w ith M ateoo Jt. hd Ta :ea .ms stC selct a a-
i vlalp~tderabe. sad D otaidobetworot in nee eo r we a artM m.b enm, U -' -s
rettll the momto -worship at the A action66Lithet 1 kGA a Auto
t pIt B ro f the olh w l T es
I n ppS ad othe -n r o w tnhos n fo tnat city, w vw to thoe p5t .
Wter hlatl utardly sthe. at tote SAut me tt e *~ a r te. LM ti*e With th at, .1 UIM rS.b
ih w" M truly 1S a tellectual ISU!" ta_ a t_ I. th t h
-hs it ev@1 tor of Samuel J. Randall, ROthTtute to g ao Get e TN He 1D eW IihsM M i*tave
PNr. Bryan'll blnd Pe ylv Klr d B k tAad s tr1'. Th"gor 'es ___ __s
a,? .,a t So l M at thal. But dn 1t d ra e wAe Z tnd. In bCd ds.d ee g wi
PRESIDENT i know 8 WAS A PROTECTION. w a wW M par t a lM r
DAAD A MIOe taTTIo nTe. .s' 5 Ine lgi
mIowNGO IT. "Iu kr. Randall al.o ed n dolR a n" t g '
dy 'hy .olould eol tebra kteat eood to the greatest num. Frang M ve is M t .e s s yM
I o nce to th dedi thoat rater num s Tc e .ad ta ea 0m h as.a. 4 O M,
wten Joep t m ot hreedr o the l bl own dtrlet wi t
, we not already rtlan dnvano lar. a eoth,, tlhe m r of UllS 8ll. a roadl, 4 t t, o rve y Wr w Nttate api eiit hq 7 VI I .
I .ese s plat to le1s r 4t quote uth to Nao. etaire dis t4 te t 0t p1t sspb s .lW. sy r m wh ile sk lutwe
vIgtIry t os whnt the Mtl a n I eetattlalsi to s Ith to when ,te outh str,1
Mr. BryA ians 14' brllan Pennsylerralct sad thaat th Old *beeW J realmed s og w t e yoe Theresra e ltb (N1 aettuI
Wh ueDI rTnwnar Mayrlorn ouiA. Laofo 8p^ pOdCrolyde. 1. T 0 SW
o1 thet momo t nan a t d tydia lvoe a.n tre I~ ti t y MK w sa.. "
a p o' rssbypirit e^ no rprhisee on < pan of rt o "
'8Tc\ r..x, Oct, a^- ~ tagnd *et with diamonds Follow inr Osineaville Automoble ** **
es* SID. t rnaea&. fdis ht el bouquet of flower w h wSi. | undoubedly result Ia t he oMe-
iADni lihn.Rt of in brf lt to ha kplatnog tokeni of p he of the U alll route w (I i I 1 1 iU
hROWIt eIT. tb Mr.R dala alr m of ue Deulehtr e Inor the dir 8rl "GIe g010" I sand b eMg 5 lAsy t-eu Gtgrise ie a is e
a .. ht,,o .d I B. Rtenral. Soonn the plain Plate and pl e ak o tir ay S T. AU O TINW sr. 0. w.aor mt s asl M
.t r oanlde 6 Ie g4oo. bts s a. turned inth a huter nubr Th ssde Wlt Cois t i tain n t w date tis history aof ts deai s 0 th e wi .ab" a .., 4, a
, eRr rDvser thk nIow IHtE' WoPr and colorr, bo t he or. which wieillt h4 t1rl6 Q ty o wp eS. 7Mr e ap
" i ,men of ,A l p1 At th e...1. .l ii the .. e, , ._ i a i e y r $te s ms rattditt uito.ipei ptIM ,
of NHG u actual l I of the committee on a rrla.. ta hlwa dt. blvI.ie Ud nI r *iW s w trM e* p Mamt priht lllal l.
l wh s chrou l & rmed. Which wao marked by the ah n m .-- lie *esb e ateh *d wat he Oft Tr ", e gi
t* f r--. of lu The fadtufe of the daty arprove d to oold uub TeA~o si t uck t4r o s po tf t te e dhaM to eaNe ei * trla nt e ..-
St">. ., a tI U t the o bellins i, the aften .trm of t~.wnd they ke pt i a a so wIthoIIs 4 1 ifil gat o i a Is -asnd of balel Mt,
F^! bl arl or thp QAb*.t h. Ie meeament to Terryo KhlIer llarl Tan lttle ... .. t----" "lr e ". t pNM aton ht T
eTde andde i a huxf rouxh hewn Wjl to mla a to' tory h bort- W aoUih ef et yw af set aW r te re. bt a y the ipng OhMM g
Of h M* th' mas of $ a- with the Isription: -In mdry of taot a ,re(ay yw Kw tor W dta twel Che110 s G M a IMa W Mas V
r'1T I xuchter, Oct 3 $**rtes d by e. Bewnett diats. Aug hisdie A.uto m bhile tlaes upedhte hteidy te iatd ern. StepI, idoto e*aM yth nas
0 No *pirnto a Me .. Ary to' Orst w.u Robe Ru th to N ,hav eoe a fh w ter doo4 *a WM p4* $.e 04 fe d to g to g#*' **oM mtably be tom.
r^ u. (.umber- ~o ~lit 4 Dlto D~thuteulrNit of the Conf odr, n, t THe MAIN l of gt e U a t nh b e M to the I
I1 o *Aeat madtoe p48 hs huieber bu. quets orflw beluevw hw haill m as tt tor und olb t fl resut. thy m te DarP igg A e.
K eu ra| d <.s.|Os of ts ap T- l.vkeroft wDu h1tr1. Cor1e tu i e Repre ttav. W ei n 0o t ut ag Nr. to f#e1-tll or nTr n e
)- II iEnvIt o. broaght tote, la frhip ok ns and A of thie Urae roters oh e _16 U II n u i
... Kan dwgth e uMt t ra,. D Son h injt. now we 1aid s *eekIo thei w aty IofI OrI.ntIST IIN, Ifo st .e IS the OW1 hI H MM adoeld j *
by re th e fcto Er m eu s t asi ded ia tu p fho r paYad tf West Thr le u -tt i the Bhale 0 thgi s sem'g I bVit s as- tillosia10 to e PI
"('moner Dan1 d de, Of prn.ite t-geeal. with ut th ofeasca whh i |r lll em ae lbn e he |d1te | wpore Ma .
rV.r e.pt o fe -| any oidite' .a the Tndy T a pe Pe Muet pn oe *h a ysi thd sMei r asits a M f we h di to sgbje d
PorUS N Te e h 4eTgh sat w of th e d eiaonded oow in ai n eeAeutar tobeas S eA let1 ehao L
Wto .. lZ g I -tiw tW appbmm t rrtrr00 Ml Mr.
5 WW heohee a the Brat State to ask. aLAna. ask..L A m
f atuire of as e 0 the'.gMt eseTntlI. the ",ty yy 5
__ toMma s on aoM" or tthe o -Oye mYreet. l Me. .
fofa OWN Aime g*., sAi Wilmiasvte. w.WA what did he me '?wo
* or. ,a mass se 1., -g lsj aer the seat eostes V
* "* the p, -lIm am 'p *. e to u rk mps e m w
F^Bitdni &DAUM = ssSS!ias
m sON""e, ssashsseue e
Ia k e T r|ov" Ift l 1
-To% Sir, hOwas s" I aseepg t4a e
-wo f"W ei Mr.sg
A .o sw TM,
w ar *UL*
be Conv h".d
f 50c and $1.00
S,*:, MLO- m.
JACKSOl i.LEL, FLA.
N eometead Corn Whisk
11lbJugs, express laid.......
*' Special Offer.
. M ~Whiskey in Ilruns-.
I W Bottling-ENpr,.. Pal.
1 t In drum ...
pints in drun ... .
W only by drum; \\iii uot h
SOp.m Whiskey-Expres Paid.
ft oP"rk, per bottle. *- paid.)
Fork, per case. \. laid l..
L Or, ex. paid........
e or ex. paid ..........
-.| I& N. corn, ex. ,aidi......
-"ft* Whislkey-Express Paid,
City, ex. paid .. Pe.I
SRbuth, ex. paii. .....
ox. paid .........
fRI.,ex. pairi .........
ex. paid .... .....
t ex. paid ............
e. ex. paid ...........
Private Seal, 1 paid..
Sladeoonlyand jug iaid...I
o paid.... '.' :. and
~ 4S~ WWP .h4 IW
~~~W1 IWpa ~~mbO w
k 4 -v-ldI
~~aww -S h siwIL no
li atiwe tobw. kU k d,
ft. 41a s'
~ -m ~g4vbfm
4 lo u
hoe d a.4~e
oulft m it,* 06a.
save 4 Awmmm-s-.~, iIL
v*.jtb Nowm toue
'-IbSt at two"
--W" 01PN r t#Ae
wo ubme a 1.i
~ ~. *art
IND A'" J-:ir 40
~;I F.r4 ~ k F ... I.................
WMbtetog.WAI 0. few ow.
An sm to- ljp"to of
Si;'t O U W.'
Ito. dm7 he *
J nus UwIUEA~cr~F
* '.,; . *"* i l,
w.7ewJ~uof iqe&nt an(
~ Ito cu whe n
It- ool. ~ o nity.
t i- this
way. It is
1 yOU .",
OW ,. SNA UP? T 1L2
3s Ad M I
: i soft* 9
1 a go
i* "'. .
,FOR SHOR 1
es Court for
ln this city
iates that t
a busy.v one
body. In thUe
is brought 1
t time. ,
0 to the fact l
Sat Pa .<
amd this wWI~
'esre, which w
time for conl4
s city will *00
established, ia i
I tered their OW
I construction. '
assIo of this 1
here since it 1t
iully see the gg
p have upon th
Iarge amount of U
p wItnesses and
gsl a great numbi
A NOVEMBER W
mir daughter. Mary
Pe A%-era onW
led and nine, at
1k at the ('bristiaa
01 Alleniis a del
04 of our iulity. w
hi a ~ as b M
L A~t r wei- iU w
lb W vd %4(ding
k th .
ik izth r
PO A1.1i r u01itue
TER TO A.
CI~Af i ae,.'
It a gte
* 'It gm1j
~ VitimAOh.Wdto be ftetaw ,1"-jj
m-Sdtn fidngr orToo
MUA REMEDIES mused tot- "
ENIWLLY CURED HERt__
t~ ~.. ITailowh wo. "at 'Bhan goous
WWWith i a-y i -hs m~QI V"
00 wskibuy m asalradyo 1Is
,.a wt U a me wihte bou
a__ aw40whene a R.ft:h lce h
SoI aldboys. diafthei* ~with 010
rat. too" I w ,thetomb t 04etvh
two Samf Ia Cthocuu ors a 4wm~mmg- h
tand Plb), a E heStOeys
m y a m U b N U 6 L b
it Ocm uted frtheft tow
Md., *1~* SIN" rWill Galms-
? Pr~ttI Babies usiverauy. whhie tl W, eb
4 Seethed to le ~ *frte .~sbt S. u
A warm bath with cuain eep mmd oimle 11 011106"a
SPm~k abolmalag with itcmOab o b
a191s ;R;d1fWhIgot Ulma
Ing. baWaimgcealy aid to b6Pkhy to &W
Inlatlns Nd ovt. S-~Uakf ____
and sleepad point to Nov. 16-PAIWW s0jo Paul
a psely cumS when an Nov. sim Ofute
ahr mdmftatil. -Guarantsod abno.-
13YS Dun and may be asnd from tb. Nov. 26-Ies mgpg
bSthiut". This will a fdthe s-ob 40 do
rpV!9=city an opwOiftw -to we othfem.'
i 0 ;ba~va = er part of the Nmbe doatbar*te
~far been scheduhilift as 'twIN
MEATH OF MR. SETH ft. BROWN. b n its"r m e
iscurred at Reeldenos of Daughter In
Micanopy Lost Week. A NWLOPR
S nuumu oru u w ea in 0o me, Deont Fall to Tehe Am 1M-
above named gentleman reached this Big Rduetidh t4 IIh g'M ll '
ity yesterday. He died, at the real- To the- M.A i | Al -" a "
Owace of hip daughter, Mrs. Knox, at .In to .... .. S -
Micanopy, Wednesday at noon. The wich will coU pel ny, pNrae t a
remains were brought to Ocala on the e wl from m- ,n-li- S
o'clock train last night and were a few weeks at last the I
taken to the undertaking chapel of ha.e coclmeded to Ostf a d
Mters. Melver & MacKay. and will m large stock at poer 1 4it
be buried from there at Io o'clock t frog r r ii pr i '
i Br9in, . ed wit the present mouth b .
,Mr. Prown was one if the i.plner nin aday, October 1t. I have
Ittlera of this county. hil0 a farm nothing to min"ery A-s"tbeM
j What Was thenu alclhd ith. lAIg that i rsh from tbhe -B
estep settlemennt, and sap living in theM last weeks, *o d1
or1 at the outbreak of the Civil rput I .seee for u gW ts
r. lie eiulited aud did faithful i.s the a Pert e oFSt, .1
arvIe asM a soldier. and after the purchr:,.s at tbl mlsau tia~E
.g estl~tued farming for several an rest esre ta hy agp
Sbt about twenty rears ago the inet d late st ihatMs
'lovri to this city and lived here un. ,leaped to have a. ae l fro
0l his children married off. when he Su the sWMao Mrs. T
r*Wed with his son. Mr. James sick. wt sh t of efuat.
,row., and a few month, axo went (Gaiesvilri, Harawa, Comp "
to Mlkemopy on a visit to hip daughter.
a" beces too III to return
Mr. Bh, w was oter 1St )ear. of I*ty W WIth S!
IIp, ad lived a peaceable, quiet. up- When yo" N that kind
Aight life. He was the father of Mr for-c` O yel know that
l2seLoWp. Mrs. Frank Moorehead it oW by o Meti a btlW I ed
V !h See C.. Mr CA Airu haBn (Jw u damage
w e'0l4,d. Cal.. and was agn ul. for rbhelmll eim allblalft,
00 e M.A C. i. rrow. of Miami -- a" st" 1 4jt smad
- a member of the Reptist a "l2. u6"
Mfego will be mourMsed otl l"r Isl" W. .-- ,
Ml aestwm relatives but by reap er v eye s t ide
1, o lh* @ frlesd..---Oal .i ___ in M a t
I W aIs 01a W II f t 1 2. ,-
WOW YM m weuddo You so
ftsdoa shIM whoa "smom as
.weon"Itb fts ateafby
1686 the rem.yoraw bw
ri dw wom mW soasos webt
ow b uFuW. uK sb
~ S *wowed ak wifo a
- O M84
FUMM Oh.Ill ^PAO'ro"
1 14 0
1~m eokors t ~all.t1i
"pleasre. says TheWanl Swet '191
PA NW trueit is that 9sumy-l wawe
1 mer rawy to Lad the alsi hs
.w.vmdisplae usntbai.t toadwthe eow
* ,ama lb.n Uwe mb~~af e*"=
1A to a a m I a IV f m
det WAe oauft oqa.. aa ye
um own uiisk f affrot
uTasim"), isthe omew pof s'y a V
a lo atedyied afut&. "l-
"em"Oe ofAve sday srata
CuehaL W.lDonein an aalrseo
-od o maw mw u"s
nsow IaT.heopgvl es fmarshalof
lm"seddaeewereat0.t" aoome., sad
h othen r. It 1er hst opnio"m
In North Mia.mie vM 83 te&Wo
$"mhe" itto ah tusel A atstie
kf Owis meaJL. bi eapJime sad1
low"st a04 wbe mbe 91A'godw Ei.
msoftlaushier St the i Oetht*Uo
mm inmorhmi i newMayiewS
ssub Brdno seda' mprisia at
minedthat84he% b she temissmima
rhatmhe s khould so A vk be e
ON b" stm s. vediAs
eaiaemilouin h ominhto 040
'dfts bal shetoawbeenea Urew
~m am" owhes enowte ftO
UsaG wIsNW O& lae theb" m'
ak, tiblie amss euiyi
nhe Aheville (K CL) Sum am
** *d ta e takee Sm%&Se9ll
ra vk Cwtinfthesob"
AAwhy @shW he? His emftla
ore ma weseselhl
snob ke wbaesml v m
L II i=e~ 5
0 Rev"hs bowhi nosmae
Thoe t eioa the o., s:
o thew $w1ha 1*1, lots t o u
d quiy i dmyo A rOs
ew Sad tmr-Ye-t o S0he0 ur
ythe after yeats sial o tev
4- o4 Allmighty h rete Ot ar trt
ta ftt dea msan .ol.wghe o ao 1
iot to s m. -a- -
Ivery town in the tate alouMd
woge war aslast the matu* spa, ,
me anUl the little pest are miternal
tie-o reate, t estra tlve of other
birds. Bome ers ag e bi6 qsled at.
teeoot to the determine4 est of the
people of Oruid to Ad4 theUr tow
at the ltam pumrow., as we are
lad to wse. that their ehrts have
beemas VesWA RA ass by the fol.
tow ftom The Reportar: "Or-
haMe has doe me thoeA that every
tows 6of premimese ha kteUd ema, a[
that is to keep t the msMraIe kagU
lamh sparrw. Thebm pet arf dl
tributed at o erw the omutra A he
another towa they S~ Or ae
has mmagw to them es in omo
mey that aw b e.ftoht tr slemo
tfp t ai Ortlaoo with them a hoa
the0 weoter. of the e Ights em the
mralowsaOw 1 Woo to 19'aw
iM the matre t Im ssr i
dI ts ame tobe takes a sa lat
ibheres ftIn p oul"y methe
maIes n the Uam Ustes is
I" m o wft ,gol* to "M
Molt is the I m ea
iw A" U pe *a "W- VOWe B 1.
be oh bse awthf theM a& see a
tn heka hagsos6e1t w t vu
MAW Isf- S r.U v "* vw.
. J L Rom a nes een M"Ma ft
"toe some otf w mumm
* les3.er eep in Lb
whel we he w
bSo- #" to diL O .64%
Ibm^ Sba aut ikho, b
mt' aoI athlAttr d
at u.ht to be the b64l
*We" vu 1648
s eo U t the aptPi '"Hc tohU
dielas Det G ml-", w. s .It eae
ra i t &iso Oatsbhees
tiMalkfer ith tk eeltku. san
1ta 0tet ama w M s
Wa afiit.A the utes.lmrt three
xa ee to imtPve te ihe appte
SOrIO~~ ulmsev Mwar ma m*e fl
ierm as to sibe of blacks, Wo t
mroe, te. a, but the B nn
apo,-ea thie sru saw o oe-
si a. frit t ay i wr alkswit ll .
in pea ti tli tbh d ro$m. It would
have b ee tr thbad the ri gina
epperty Iass a"st aN oeons for y
year. r M rtab bteem here atoIto
DIth fAlesee s-eet thMe oem tl
Uh yrscan 0 t3i* esMemt oU et
a a proetm Uat the Corolpea e di
t t reset b e kete rsai to ea
Colt he aatha *lte he hoa btaiMo
4 skaulbut -ohu thWS
OwM h1s sreusIM s alueimae at0I
p st s, he the Ii eaei
M i to v these hb it t ohe elWrt
MY *w have b- t *t *beMs
th uw (le ha tho rmed s
the "eap noun r 1 f0 o 0 a0eges f
ns ea ina eMWSa deeWd tm In
It the r od n m 1tueItWIMP
mes e a eMlNIaM be aa bl
*e"Aeifd s a smdW MW hoth md
vb Isd ima mstthe Year to
NwAt t Ofat - BfW AM MOt-
bw ad Sa 0 *Ism" of the
aubses t ha4 t af te etI*
be l ** *i *m
i&)t -e W
4Btsa wbejms" -
- tof ts mteaI l. & olnat b o
Coe thuoB temo sei Se tw o .e
0 u1 gaM* sf* r eak s. toe E
at"a a oatmwil sh e Issod to efte
Tmaat t he n nn mlt -t
If M ith m e o
tey a"ad n Ue 4m
twhen k 'mb U flwm
nbBIv = ** *
*o whe I foo 4wa d
Any qmv o qI~
dw hd sftfmi -mdab.
Tl* 1C CONDEMNED TO DIE, #
STILL ENJOYS LIFE.
'trys Baker and Broome Re,,
NOWtte That Argument for
Trist Will Be Heard Tuesday.
On Tuesday, October *;th, R
OwS tried and (onitedf for,
ofI R. L. Smith in tb.
the county soin. time
was a ntenced to bt. hakng
d7 JY 23rd, but who was granted
tsqpri~ upon a writ of error,
U hW hli fate, as Attorneys j1
6 ta Broome, representing the e
II AM ~lnM have been. notified
-AO7m"f neral Tramnni.ll that
MAI for new trial will be arg!
ft 'that date, at 10 o clock in t
) eranin, before the suipr. cortt
k Talthasee. This hearing will
P. l, and Attorney-Gen,.rdl Trama
) Will Isisat that the ruling and r
Sdiet of the lower, or circuit court,
R T facts and evidence, as irese
a ia .t4h case are y.et fr-.h in t
& 6I"td" of the people, the ca. habi
Shte heard at the last s-ring tq
SOf the circuit court in and for Ala
e0samty, and having attracted a
M(mrable attention, as 0 .n was I
Sit white man ever eoniticted a
t "tteoed to be legally hung
A .aCa county.
PIrtay, July 9th, was th.. day k
Sst for the execution, and thi galls
had been erected, the ropt stretch
4a" everything was in reading
.whe, through the effort- of his i
r %i the man was granted a l
Sriete of two weeks, \tiriiiling t
date to Friday, July 2:';rId A
Syerthing was in readini.- but
the meantime the faithful attoran
$.ir the condemned mal worked d
oatly nla his behalf, and iiih- 1
preceding the day act thie second
wor the execution, anotht r stay
imexution was received upon a writ
7'0p. At the time feelinii zas hU
It was thought advi.-sa,l, to
the ian to Jacksonville to preve
probable violence. Sinc, that &
ubi thas been conflintil in tlhe i
lty Jail, pending the argimAet I
. w trial, as above st'lated
The hearing was origiallb A
e r iunme time prior to ttih a'ea
*ir al3 ecution, Ow en %a- ,itherd
or tdied Illness. but th,. change
the Dural county jail .!-. ;. t I,)
A most beneficial effect 1u i' II- p%
hSLROSE NEWS NOTES.
*I ia| l, Oct '.. '
Ia held at the M b
19 Md Barr anid
I_ thee weeks ,i n ,,
466 whea three srT ,- *"
Sftatha were w r. %-,, t'
d.o eiamgregaftions 'Wi l
swae of the building r
tWeasi45ar new menir' r
oa em Sunday.
Mir. D. Bruce of Tow!ia
aetee of the O. E
MNoee oas Friday. O, *.
lal visit All menoi"r-
ad to be present at 1 "n
Mis Corm Lynn of At .
yqtogday to visit Mr t v L
Tha htipmaot of grai'frl M
~i us lsa. comm.ni'ooi-
A s a learned council wmj
ga MJNg1W was eltecit-d
i tha TaSCUcy mlade y
fdS Mreoval to California
5.' J. Ulmoso report. r
SU ta ebs of cottMo t, --
te race ore
W, Dell Is T .
tog Sn tr t'LA
I" vowted for hnim .a&
tht be has nohbta
* 1, tho* -.d
j e s M 1 s '-e ,ti a r Ba
49~ do I-c
Jot, -,-m P- -
-"i and U
l of oftto
pint to call. 1
Owc meeting 4ai
* and drivers
oprse of orph
usok.t toward ti
Sroads and tbei
I majority of
p. and others 4
there sent wora
i to enlist theli
p venture. AuSiw
, L Carter, B. K
Taylor. J. W 10
iane members a
j by the electi
Po were pr
r the adoption
* to be known at
irille, Florida. *
wenuing term: ,
L Carter, pe;
vioe-president; L o f
aery; H. E. ITa lNI.M T
I Lar igue, Geo. L- L i
motion of Dr. L. 4 I it waW
lthat the asoitaa
ud blaze the beta bu.
pville to Jack*o= U4 .*
motion of Geo. L "t o .
F was Instructed 01. 4"
| Automobile Clab O-
Ms was willing,
> sad make ae : t
bnatwen this city 4 Al
provided the said b w11b lh4
a this assolatio"a '
wted as the
PTampa and JauMMI
utionu it was
hIpa club aopt st
P0^M41-Mti t M f k
P.rn'I the Eemed.
J. W. FULLER,'betenttie Opil
46 Iea,NMO North Min St.LLos AAgn
0I was troubled with esatrrh of the
bet4 tfo many years. It affected my
sena of smell, hearing and sight.
RI spent loteof money with doeton
and tho use of local applications to re-
ttev no, but to no purpose until my
tieantion was called to the wonderful
affocts of Porunas.
"I must ray that I mA with most sar
pricing and satisfactory results. Peru.
&a took hold of the complaint sad drove
t entirely out of my systlp.
*Although well along toward the
allotted span of man's life, I am a&
/pleased as a child over the results, sad
leo like a young man again."
Mane-a-n an ideal Laxative.
association that the president appoint
A committee to raise funds and pro.
eed with the work.
!kA5ICk qP- -*a
Through efforts of NMble Woman, Sub.
seriptie List tar4 by The
Sun Con8twdlhy Iaetesaed.
With a gehsity osmmmeaada
the people of l have come
to the relief of t lormetricke
others of Key' st. sad the reum
is that's hosea to I. n*et was
placed on depat to the Ptet NatiMal
Bank of GeameVtadi Wedtday, 9aa
a wire to the nyor oe the Islald
City lnatrutt himt to draw at sight
for that amount wa forwarded. Thus
Galnevtile bha dom her Share to
wards relieving tle se erldg of the
people of that striehe city.
To the Obarltaitt eargy of Mrs.
ULna Joon. who evaenvok the matter
of rating subcrtto" reas t credit
to due. fr I It for it It a at been for te
efforts of this od woman, there
would probably have beem nothing as
complished; but M. Jesse readlag
the pleain a The f a. ueroly a.w
sued the re p"a! lb' i of making
a oasvass, with ,ry gruifylag re
suits, as is ih owsta the VIt below.
In addition to the asomat raeled
by The Sun, to wkhit eal aoatribe
tion of $3 was adde dtriag Wednew
day. Mrs. Joaee hdsed Ia the olow.
nlag list. acomlpaj by the cash:
W. R. Thomaa ................
Gainesville Nationad Bank......
P. Miller ......... .... ......
Gainesville Hardware Od......
Phifer Brom. .................
J. B. Padgett .................
Miss Riley ...... ..........
8. ,Warren ......... ..........
A. Steenburg ...............
McOormlek & Howe ..........
H. 8. Chubb .................
J. M. Dell .... ..... ...........
J. W. McCOoUM ...............
C. H. Coles A Son ............
J. P. Bgan h ..................
Cash ............ ....... ...
K -Im- -
on the president was author- marks by several predLt, the meeig
Instructed to confer with adjourned souject to t0e eall O4 tbh
county, commissioners. or pr, i(dent. %
orlties. In regard to road to This is the ItnPP **to. I i
or to the Bradford county the bOglantlg t &il l
meat for more I w e tter w1i
number of enthuslatlec re.- throubMut the Urei elIt.
04ce0 0 6 a 4 1*C4S 0
of 9 6 40 6 0 0 0t 0 bto 6 '1 %
60.00 a0.9 0 0 0 a1 46 so04 A.O
I P ,! .7
0 1 41 06 0 6 4C
Twtee#am tossIaPbm 01ev"w
in" ed ast"Wows. ft ow o
______________ _lr I ILILIR 1ll 1.I--
To .all persons subject %to Biou Attack, Sour Stmach,
Indigestion, Constipation, H dche, Dizziness, Heart
bum, V o (blind ta s) Fu-Brt. Slow Com-.
plexion or sympm of a Tip Liver, WE SAY,
b the take the ab u-4
bbWN To Ud is m bIi r a
It s~~Wmremdy.I'.invgoaffn eect on a Torpid IUvw 6Mb V& hawf'" MLS~u, ~
first dos aa few days' use cum" themdOst om"iS .?s, ui ddM h.sim
LiverI a day.
anrd MuY* ,Chli am outh din gomIsUbb"e~
gurinthe Sosseh and Bowel in .sob L. os Es
POW *St*- --a..CAA- ba..*.i*
hbm s bWd t aW urn lV" am A
Oig dm tho .wean OomdpW4 ,VI. Mya T
kft b". Bz PU3AZAmD f 0.k ei
L CL 1#60 src~cc'eee .
CA He $40004'se C...c*~
Ra4 *.. ...............* .. ft
014 f ......1 ~ ... ~ ..~
mom lWOWes ....... ..~...... A
P.s T, .c... ,..~I...c.........
I ., r I
. 4 .
-* ^ /
MILL FOR rpe
11dant the,, ir:
[As U jitlir
that 1A,n, Uq
Y A. D. i9' r. .1
taksin t w-
A 0gu v.24t!''a
# ~r IWO,
*;p, MDLJV.b ilAJ
ir,- tcklr for Cornt;4,
X91566 thereby gitNvthjt lat I
-AldOW11trAtlon on ft*. estate
IL B ryson, d peifa..4, ha*11 e be1
to the undersipwd, ~and
M6d dema~nds~ agatiit the
a"t be presented for pay~
tetime required b)- law
vill he barred; inad alldg
~inM estte must bolad to
tWA. 0. STEEHR
sae .1909. A irntliqt
-M 5or O APPLICATIjON FO R
011 SCTION % or(HAp
UAwe ov rWRiIA.
Ili Ilembvgiven thiat *.1, S
of Tal Cerutmeate no.]
Mhe 6th day 4of JUN,
mu IPS SmW certlllctite I"'
a 6 sitiation for ta.x de
Wlaw. said te"ticW
a Goantv,. Fcrlda t,,wit:
NWl4 See 9. Ti, IL.~g
~ ~tn4them Uvm* fort a
%abe placewhile the proi4.at
to -Nw *Wt ahO-
.wil e bk haptbehen to
Alois to Witblutst"bV0 Do"W
clatter pVan adthis uceth
Ovttern bg illhbe im Ate M-.
S~pt~ihaa*ik WWI e.The
outUmatove4 pa Dn toLAs.
~~,'~~ teIi, 1his pa~te 94149
IiIeaesargal .aecutiy building
vM wood pew. In the PhUloplve.
rhbi V~etSorag Of w 00" ww
be of Tuem4alao wood.tdark lon
in Aoki. Which gpm a banalsatIy 6
'. the'hcam.The ual 'ha-s the
F WodfWIN* eswall bee aqvradwith
~~~o beh U t eatsbea. or t'hUpbe
-atw~e~ nu.. tbe rgpram
roma bee re4.orsi the thwIa
wu* t~~Iutt AR bet useits
bovo )am so" o ver cQae* so ~Pat
sIa. "Wamms OeWsm Ier. bilmrm
a *bO% ~eImip16 thle btNW
toas a *hle. ON *%Ith UMel
b" laemir 6 A.te.4Eht. IMUmTaft,
whIlt.she tauetwpIb umv W
wee"Ihtall them e41i'w bet omm.
bsA ft laykew ba, d to help bar It
reselwims, 4 sb* sr* wgVOW
Imbe the .jwfe&aitWhIN* WI
Twos wm be the 4"A, bw
" mte T at t oo s b.i r in 1b 11
elt sam aftlotie talw"
Ocrs He h toe
los" #A bb*W on V* townmes
as mod W", e h
mew oftat v Me SWMabe
hatsmaM~M at lw fir SoA
appmoisathso ~Meimoe Silam
WAlUSTOMM. OCt. S-Abu
two heshiad uWmqleq avebe
,,SW- Wthe MW 0* h
-Jam fr eaudg hblb 906Ma
-:taw msould go* I% b-.
~wa ws -
'IRK, .J..W. .A.T
me ~ ~ ~ ~ -, NOtw~tWul m dE
be ~. OsUng "muemto.a"si
Ttim~isha 'tao sibmt~lEXB
bolDpsj iL l *.4bMMA, N. T.
______ p MAkTiGms
tic Vall be bel IM I& OM Fu"N. ~'*SOO#
to, eLAy. N oubb 0 Y 1oi 4 h. 16* ,11t.
shal b e a b e s i 4
or f as th mu
j~m6 te U 9 WOGIbw, A. 11
D6AR M .
myM maIi S
Ii O km hiu lOw
I.904 ow -
LU 1W beta &aaevd 141 the dw
@f Sub crtifeictein the*
IV *1111il signature and mmi
f ptoember. A I) IAV
S. H. WIENGD,
CO" (Ciult C'nurt A a IAta 1.ft
ByM S. ('L .VE D (L
SOF APPLICATION FOR ?
MM 0 D34 SECTION i'FCHAFE
4 LAW$ OF wn' I A
s bmbrob iven ahit1IN
Tax Certltieiite Nu ;3&1Ju~
sid certlifcaat t my I
&M4. SVPICalonfIlr deMd
MWe foWclnur Ie wr Ittd Pro
Sablaoolint) I tt intwt
O t', M of N1e 4 so n, .* v~
4.. ICTMI.S.14 -21~l
Ii beiag sa wei.,I .,ticdr awI
mob nb certlfitate in te a
rM oerIlcte sha: ~i- rredeculo
tex. tszder d 1 1 bersE
pd officall rlr.l:.zav
O epteinbr.TA 1 ?
Ckft Cilroult ~ul Court A A'0
bioVDI ,rri' IL4'
OF A PPLICA.TIoN II
UM.4& WS OF FFOU It! 1
........b .......~ p ,J
a. of AuEPteLtA
for tax deed t.1 ,-
No ad certimlte .
In g garte
8*9"IL~cr i J
*oms Pull I, I I t
-&---- sb bit
tho est, b
tome ult 1. 01.
& 44,4 I
.d lp l
p YORK. Oct,|
P.veyard of fOI
Iica1l skeletoa. *
t forth and
light, adding i
chair of Grea
on sought by WI
erat; v, Illa H lM
It had to do 1i
M of William 3
lnpofent four yAl
p new twist IU
Igrm of a stat&
Sby Htiry Oeci
iber Aof the O.
, who charge
went to his (M
mtty race apa
. As a matter
Hd to be side r5
fltest only to
. George refetrl
! In his blorpl
rng been m
bfore his death.,
before my nomnlM
liken place In LI
; from Mr. WN
chamberlain of I
I personal frien4.'.
f Mr. (;George, to
I did so, at IN
Itette place; we .
Me room, unatteoI
I dcgars together.
i that I could U
d ma)a or of New
many i>-'le limtl
Taft %ill remainw
Wand four days ad'
LA QUitita, nea"
Of hi- rte ~ ,
be a 1111. 0p ej
t ~ reen a4S,
of hi- Imng t'p'~
b~f ll .- of the SOW,
y him 'irind te
h~th, ir headq~~
kD 'A I t JI
me OWthe who voted knew nothing 'L
thfogrrces that donated New rmSl
the po. I oTe s
0003"damIni. He oed m be- h
Tammany Hall and the count
that If I would reftu the. q9ry S et .
(...atiot for mayor they would rt.
m or Congress. leet a city dpi- p layd* by 0tVAmbot5t h*
OWla In which "tm "l latwse ----- Wh both
t to eleptiUe; that I should be at then am mmOeuw
.lpe" e whatever, but mibgt t got t
toa rope or anywhere I willed d C. Mn. e '] the p
be& I came back should receive a .
deqiqate of election to the House pai a a *t .
cf Itplemetatlves. I said to himr t o
':You tell mae I* cannot pos i-
ly ge the office. Why then It I of lookOw U n
oresseat bmbeC UL" t 9me i...
S pbly get the office do you T n, u si Sit a "Te hereW V*s OW
i eo withdraw?' His reply ha t, '
"aid the work of tie o ice oa -t eatsl ( f for trr lWA Ii
'Yr of New Yorkot but I o want to Dell a. 14 IL t
Shell. I am decided and willId tO t I wt -- umm M
Mt. hius ve reply issued a statrre Th "s was o a'
meat last might in which he said: iaga o gew
"Ia 18d?, I denied that I had ever posed, ad t M S M r to f t
andi th w ork of t fi c of c outse dr aid thisc W o
eed Mr. Gew Yorke a nominal do at to t t
beat l of Taim many Hallm. id al
eued that any such cornI tversatioo asWno
that here given took place between .... D- .. ,AUSD.
; I still deny it. Mr. Goge is
teste d. Mt ***1 d
dea. ad I care to say nothing fourth er
em of the matter. Even the courts will
Snot permit one to testify to a tatconer
satlon with parties deceased. made a"dle l e m t-s It the ti pessIIt
S "It will be noted that Mr. Geore county vas ult. h ls wa lheel bi
does not repeat the a ncuation which ds plae I l, s ,JK tj imp i
W oas mde yesterday that l attempted of rbthe W *4t ~he W Am n I ,
am"to bribe his father. r0o -m
In this a 'ed that any uch conveiat on a
Sthe ie ven stook place between ciL also b'1 !
it was dtill denw i y im t. Mr. Oeoe in he dlg Co mttl.
e rento take all re of the tathe cour wll tT at e O t
Sersmnot permit q one to testify t ob.a ? rom lee a l
riy golf. The oh parties ow have d. unt adde14itlo s l1. a e .s
S "Ired thie lenks to be at. ot will ta. elare f g eee t I
Thld President will the accusat wild the m d Wtre s ib P the 1 lf if tI
a Mra Green terday that s attempted got f Uw tlsi r a r S UP tWg st e to be m is
pio r ck of elebr fated bounds" rooted to W om t h t g% eL ll i
their cghtig qalities. hThe Pre~s0 hamdi n tV m -h ,eW m t wi p*bi h
EU IIIN VC UI hto take am erf do 6101 eh1 IY Owtf 1114the0101of 06iliItlit
deat will have whegthis thriolng humt a Miqtim.w .
Sdark. But be will not have to hunt ia m ttw N 0 a oO
on horseback. several lare atoi e l to b ts.
a President i expected to g l the wet wad dry ele tiga h l ft ft -
a to the chase in these. Some of the Clar omuaty le week the "4ppt p*e dIN
l fwboys down there nerso lower shy at v deteaio bd ti n drease V6w "R hIal m.: A
sm a satomobile, and on be or two of ov. th Vte a two years m O
he wiP always be will hunt wild -a "at h m ow ~ go o 1 ,"
to show him h-ow t-" tree the cat omyis
there fOnish them. Then therea0 sa" $ MA :m A W
ale latM of tbe lfa Possumst aI a. W. Meleam *e SlaIn
w d the Taft rwill hach. cause the rl Presl n C huntl Tath L
t the s daylight houre T aft rach germs, ad ewe er S -g pg
a dirlly waBut he wim to e nter the chase Thene asn ether wy- Sa k O
n hoad at least obe. The possums get wSam* the g*m m b W 9(p a u
S I ia thee re are reported tho be fat, fam. det ey the. g 4 I
K Uas Preasient Is exp cted to P niheoetdymot Ig W IH
e te caM sintt hese. Some of tssuMy. sad t es tgse V W O
(epwboy down there so longer shya a vkw4M 1WU Imerft". 111 l\hi
O- will always be with the Prag
Si them. Then tber A ha
an' M low of the : suBilly P be re an J. 0ca m 3mim T iS 21 0 <-o M to tMd
ar 9.' Ve & *
e is parally rpon f ree s (fer imrM. er too t he O
briagina; that animal into the ll 600den 1* 6 ON It WO IN OWI A a 4 w
IteM the men on the Taft raw fth en. &MIa er aarr e
gdtePro that std g *ad Amd whe ^TJI gt"
h -b -s *I-. e ,,
mib n u. i a M W AII11 e OLeaI 1eI
ftwa I @ ** -* I
. .n- ^ . *,*-** *^ ^ ;C. -^ CSl diil
^^*^s rv>s'""* c>'>^ INNI>H>
-a. Too" "a".Pes
Pm Vent ~
- mmNOW OIhDN.mm..
N mc.. U mush~s MWlms.~ ~
IS.S, WeW 1W
~ *~,s,,. mgrnspgggs. -~
& WWWO~Sikh C ~
We made a
" lot wek& n 4
amui of our a&Ju
ige 4l any beesat l Iamle a
jio see a wmeOI sM IA
!8e Iagsen Jll ;
I t 1 1
I C~~ ~i~L~IL~- ~Ull' Y'~~Y4L
I S.D. v* Sie g th efa k
of the ro0aw m g t".
- n.,w aft (theV d4 aorw
*ms J MO Sthlk, 'lieo
9 R fur t Jafor m ad ami tina
*" lyof T. 0. iMsM at. at
Sigt artuw bow omhe vfetesdsp.
aviu *wthy 4fe dr., s
b ggem em eOpe bugloe MMatida.
. WsteV. P. Dludsoe made
? .Tllrl,, orl 0. W0 ato Rockr
It who 4" t. #AMdaW.
lft rled In the eity yeetestt he
1 aih o utMg eaLeed. where
Rev T. No. Ukoa a
. t.W. lwhM diedst SwhMtary at u o
Deputy Sheriff 0. Wynne of Net.r
the plant of the alUdI Manufacturia
Co. ppany, is smptlalg sad will moon
S be able to be up lagatin, which tIs graU-
rty arto hiMs manMy friends.
Ms' J. P. Joly o4f Jackodaville ar-
rvdw In the city yeosda for a
short visit. Prom this ctty she will
go to Prairie Creek for a visit to her
dahter. Mrs. A. T, Relley.
J. C. Adkins, who has been asseiNea-
e 4 wit the Jordan & Co. Inasrano
bste for the past several meats.
se now become a member of the
,aepany, tatki staok to the same.
Anat Pagan, who has been \ab-
am Fit- or the past several maths at
Daytona Beach. has returned to
Galaeville to agaln be coaneeate
F. J. Hammoud, one ofl the I-
seatlal buainess o of Hawt horn.
wes among the viostors to the city
yeasteey. He states tht Sa geat
tof cotton has hm pavlfhased
is ptos, oP the crop wa fna lly
S 4 W. SItevm.. a Alashet e a ofe
t14aa.elag bUaiwNme la tbe eity ae I
teftay. He stain that hbbs emhas
u lla sck for the past far wehe with
1 o fever, bet that his ea o the
s aew la mprVn
,. O. Gap Oand w e. wkho have
bem here o ar the past three mao th
tell if yueier the oaret lao Jeeet.
amsvals, wlk e hs wis tisit her
,. hat ateredt
W., ftol. th
3.~fts b *.tthw
S.~ ~ ~~s A iVaw~1 w lv ty
YA,.1 swum ea
Jaam 16 e W. snme*. t0 b"
"*sAdePthto .w 1tb seste momq
14s. xxW. Highewh a
is t'ho min Ie mether MrsI.3
Wright ON thme rlos anr bas a lwes-
So heArcherth WaiOouias:
"dtm to te city Ysuterda.Hes
state that .uceedlnly dry weather'
prevalis in his second mmd all chow~e
are clamorln.ftot rats
U. eanhard. i.as carrier oa the
Rocky Point rural rotte, had the mis-
fortune to lose a valuable horse a
that place yesterday. He had ret ued
$300 for the animal aad the loss i
a heavy one to him.
H. MeL. Grady, one of the leading
merehats of High springs, was
amion the visitors to the city yee-
terday. He states that buistn '"Is
A the laerease In bhi town and thiasp
In general are picking up.
Capt. W. 0. Shebee of High Sprlngs
was among the visitors to the eity
yesterday. ie states that he I stiU
adding to his menagerie and that
be aa some white rate that will kill
any ratlesake In Plorida.
W. d. ~bMUh. one of the large
truehors of Iacoma, was among the
vlaltos to the city yesterday. He
state that the growers are having
oasiderable trouble gettUng pt their
lettuce plates owing to the extreme
J. Ise of Alaeha was amisn
the vwtorm to te ey yesateoday. He
tarnmed tmhe reOert that uttnm had
advanced e.e-raMby tI the oial
market ad as high as sevees est
mwas beltg paMd In th se the
best while t was aleo WaagiSa t4
eats and over t th t Mat.
Prem Topeaw e Dowe *W.
James e a of aute fd was
tradin 1 the dmy yeetfdsy.
Mr. aa4 Jrms an. oa"a of D1
tn favored the 1 .uty e satl with a
James eLumpma fOrane N OMh
was is the a ft atmeday a v1it
to hs bruth', 'Ibumla lrdn Sm.
aoMe Hank, a wOUm la.
a of As**, .ss ,m1 mo
emmy. b K
wm7l -F- r
.Me~ is ~stIr -w
~~~Jk: J~r PO
anhr 4&Jt 6 t rs. a
~tot o < W rldwro tl*
-V -ZAd e -.0h4i .
ws iao the ey 3eelM'1ibo h iS4 l,
ol t aeher, aR setau* to foar
wont.l lIea theS 6."" The wokSa
took away t ad on a horse beloM -
f to Joe KerdA r aWoS er egro.
Among bhesetteaN, ase tews
Is W. A. of PariT. X, W ho
otmtoves s to"ow*bteone 0o ter
Idst asis r e a m e lh unty.
oeg woumn e ,victedr la ,in styi
Mr. 8tr eoKis pe tat bce olf bm
lea hmis chief.uOl sentenod to fot
November 0thbx, erop wUoma
took away ad Irode a horse belong-
IDS to iJe ai.nS dy, another nag
wUithte t he OWt hWtperass, bet ,
It was for this that the warreat wai
sworn out agat Wher. ert
Among the mtesp"m emTa nco
e ,folks who espei ted it this city
wasr W. A. *pe of aradie.
Mr. Striclm i*t ede that be wigbUe-
iftn mis anus alrt erind r about
November MA, T he ctrp will ftL
a Witt hout thIs seem.but h e e-
ao JGil..W an hi tgmsal an 1n Is*
tatloW. Mr. Strdamwd is Smaer of
one of the meet osiable hemoa In
the oaty. and am la theu to hBs
hoas mioaw un Istltatibe for a go64
The "overagW ee O the eiat
Vnd High S iAMatL0psteI In e
'ulntYsie rdew tl la meeL -- y---
-~~ sheruem, big'-
by mIa wa In *mks. mew fiat
Th m IIs aai
who wetop* "&glut big timm-*
at" Team" ftb qIte a fevrit
Agfa" if 9inimusad Wospm"
Dep w w aon so" a dot
If t e~sTolesday f
of ug of d
tm& %do. I v
z Sum et
3o~. to mh0ft
her. s r... . n at t,, o.m..u
- ., his uo, ., evira
g.g oe willg be stutWAt,
when he ,a aa opened, ad enot
Sthe riged ip a the people of
Galameville and Alamiase t fror
tue remalader of hia IIt. oie aaret
ghd to welodu
thoe haul bask
WILCOX ITS- .
WILmOX. Ot. 1t.-W. J. WIloMs'
mother and slater of Alabb vished
Mrs. Arthr Chobse to vlsttlne her
father, D. T. Trammell. Mim Iva'
many rei dd were pland to' see her.
Mr. BrwM., repreMeat the ABaoW
Jemlas Hardwood C oft OatesfiAl
wa here th week tookta after
Dr. W. LU lameater mase a taal.
ne trip to Be ll ad B" ford IMs
week. He reports the faoers sad
merhesats well plie with the
We we"md like to ae o-f "teh'
rilets," or that.b a geante show
MAnL as the gardem d ad g w o
doeg ve"ry weS m.- aim
arelmlllt l hemee M
i the Distrlet Court of the lU
state, Northern District of I
Mt-tn the Matter of A. C.
We, Bankrupt-In Bankruld,
Tv te Creditors of A. C. RoM
t01 aewbery, Florida. in the
0 Ah ouam and District aforeal
Moetlee Is hereby given that al
lft day of October. A 10t.10
slM A. C. Robinson Aa'> duly 4
a bankrupt; and that the I
of the creditors nf .aid ,
will be held at (aiiit l.-l.
Inla offices of Clark & F,.Idin.g
go 1st day of Nov eii,.r. A 1I)
Ot o'clock In the pfternoonni at
the said creditor- lI iW
*fV their claims.nl. oint a at1
eMsilue the bankrtiit :nil i l
tebh other business :a- r pro1
ome before the lail t ,
This the 20th da ,,4 A
10. "THOMAS \\ H> 1t;
Refert, iv ', kr'st .
The waterworks '-' :.
lb completed, l.a- 1..- .
the ciy ansl is ii ri'' -rr
Is aid to e an l. l, -
I 'is known that t! t-4
SMcCray & ('1 ::l
,15^ in real nmoti' '* j
DKE'S Safety I
b l will t
M made of G
NIALE---Car hr.. and
1 r oteceilved. OIl.r a ar
A E PLANTS r ,ia]
i PU 1,e00. T. K ',; : i
ACME APARTI;E.NT i J
loVmllle, V. J. d Shevle.
l0e, comfortable ro t at
able rates. RooWi.e.r 4h
r week. Rates raI!,ie
THERE 18 NO GALMI: LAWTso
.yoe hunting Plank., Chill Ti
vit's guaranteed to cure nah
SitUT and fever. Price cen
4 9 k. Ask W. M. Johnson ,
wNUR OF REAL ESTATE
hawe'eWstomers for lands in Ala
' u6ty, large and small tracts
pV ored t and unimproled. if
have anything to offtr in this I
*WrUte Us. The Karn realty
Tamipa, Fla., L. I. 47 >.4
THB HIGH8ST market price p"
SM, poultry, potatoes, both I
4ad any produce the season ab
Write for quotations. We have
bes t market for the next six me
Is the South. Mobr & Son, Cc
Ida Merchants and Seedsucg,