Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
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Related Items

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


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I o. .-. I" -oing the corporations of the state, _and not the control o o elections. 'ful public wor. -
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Office in Bares professor. this purpose to be demo- stroyinz the bread of life for the peo- work. But .when theybecomesecret
-- B irp ofis~ or h ube ., .. . ._. ,
__----- mes B _oe ..___ -crats thoughg^ heretofore known as ple and fixing -upon them and their conspTrators to control the political-
TI DAil sl pu_-r s lea every mor- extreme and -radical -republicans, and families the galling yoke of- a cruel power of the pep when theycor-
T' D. I .l .. . extremee~m e an -rahc c-ruebl'] p,-. -_- "ower -o-f- -he -- -* m
e mcept Monday delivered by carrierM hihnalay a
or" t daiI r~ ma- e taony -e .as, extreme and radical democrats, now poverty and want which always lead rapt public officials; when t aey cou-
pstec aer ermatedtorpato aypart 2 together i a unnatural and 'to suffering and. -degradation and to mand the support of their employees
^spostaaee_?aasera~sxbmdt te r n" ^ ^ ^.a iett o political and personal ends; when
'ita Lthree, monr len soro e. unholy alliance which, in some coun-t ri of eronal liberty to for poheical and person-. e -
ah-stctla-in avane. 1ce taties, proscribes the white people who { the end .that thay and their fa.ile thei o i dshnrb the stlie-
Sot oa ldonot belong to the corporation rule should -revel in wealth beyond even teres.t they seek disturb the s ettle-
.ur o - . p f h o t v r c o " m n 'm e n t o f t h e. r a c e , d i ff e r e n e s i zn o u r -
ea o.ret every oe prtvr from holdinAOfflce and suppresses the dreams of the most avaricious men Ient of the ra e c
oi d orevteres inSpeciual oimn one-tr -vos b- the c^lo -epl o-of other times. state, which has left the white people
-- .- - n n" vtheir v... ..tes .... ..h-e co"l"or.e-d"-p-eo...le.-oftoe
t for vmmlade the cor po ratiore part ndi. The -railroads" are at their disposal in control of the political power of the
.I-" for layedae the ..".rporation.rule party candidates -T erailroad are a ... o, . a.d -
i- maaa This shameless corporate oligarchy and free transportation is furnished to s--tate, at-the risk of reviving and re-
adl d ibcmg iu lfte .sr which dares, under the cover of a few their agents and emissaries, and to all newing the civ il strife, thebloodshed,
odares, addrt then c, v dmi ofdannemps
i&atfadvertisd emracnt, l a ll pnat l- hiteslain to be d cs t o who, at theontime of an electiole or the tte-crime, and all the dangers of ser-
S- . e We. .i . .-e "ad ea n o t w h i t e s c r m in g s t o b e -e m o er a t -,% t o a n d e"e n f h l e n tv
wiintotuw ibe inrter St-es or tai- I a e n the whi~e peope Ichoice of delegates toeonventions. will vile disorder to our people while .they
M.M :d-v. f- the t. ae- msati e auchts thant the obey their will and support their uan- and theirs are s r cuenref o hem in
ST wEE -su, the edtion of people of --Florida, of all political didates. her .tatind contr.s w he th
e-vryS Th,-rs day-an pagepor rr.i:s- atatthe acquire dominion and ownership of
aBLwILYadprwe.isan ae the loyal -supporters and These men hv tet on' t4atr
week, oal TH Stlae an Gt- 1 cdfena pof germ ena brv the people F ida.)c ast one to be controlled by -the larer part of the area f land-in a
t.. ..s.. ..ewe kLoea- S at a d.en.gve nm nt- by the- 'peop...le:. .."....
ItV i dwe ppublisheda en-dethnt a rindu ies and -y pl-p tem Teye have expended grea t state by uplawf ul and even fraudulent
w-ItI mbe.d be" wepli paep. uand thatwand'-our wies and chinne .ones from to"- pe" s s-o-o ispair.w
-I Jlor miadw mailed, pot free, dre, mscannsdobe made slaves by adfew.tsums of the money -which th w haveo methods. when they add tothis ao-
-W e" prt o f t heUtted States orai m en y e up nonte moe eria v ted from the eI in controling er of taxation ul their hands over the
j It-Y sa yfahein dvatse s in tefromi |pis
rj sp-iio- aa emaae -o._ real m dthe legislative vfranchSe---anted I the conventions, the elections,. the ju- piple witnah their consent; when
*rder-regre d letter. addr e teom- to- corrupt the exercises of piiia dicial decisions and their ercrses of they obtain the-contr of ofthe polital1
TH H S lU N. political powder and deprive the people executive power in- ourate.Theypower of the state they deceti frmn
G--- .-- ,LO A.JIf-ll control ove r then .ovrne no- largely own and control the newspaper, the role of benetactvls .and become the
_a__a__as___ a a their state. wh -- se n ov press of the state and of tidhe Unitedo enemies ofp te pepe of iberty
AN C -g .... -O re :,oP. Our peole by a gt majority, be- States. They have served notice on i republic governient and main pil-,
~I tI a l lo -" I .. "-: " ; . . + . . L ^ w m e I l a r s o f t h a t b ri d c r e o f s i h s o v e r w h i ch
places FLOeDe. in flusn elong to theo -demociraticp ad, and b o eso- people that their y-ill no t e ower of th e ofoaiohs ove whc
lieve in democratic principles and pol- s to be re-elected to. the senate and tha d a the hopes of mankind haveeverLpassied
I- ta-k e th is m eth od of r pli"t,,e urD-- - g iz t o. therefore. I t he re n natives in con g- ts from only -to p erish in sorrow and -d espair.
-I~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~l -IellL UU U rxv }cs..ur orgaizatiom n.teref-oz.-,- the representa..tiv.e._s.. ..._ c.. .......
=- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ dm1 "11 mi* "mnwowl do W Vl tn le tt a,-e In ch~ar'gethe .or--
_- ay le r"inmg me to meet the must be as democrats, and in the dem- the state be men who wil. d Wit h t h t -
oplein different partsof thestate. ocratic partli but none-the less may y their rwill and be le p bs them and s porati n-ru e party, is-ownec its
i. ..shaIl vass every couy i the .we claim thecupport of all the. citizens be their represent tiv. -1-suporters, ts aides and. a i
-satenextyea5r, -eoiO g ely in-0o f 1-political parties tounite with us I- accept their challengdeand defyI ane a everyofnorand tinsis uedo
tb e -- .-presfl -ogi liop -o -he pep -e -o o " a dpd a Imakewith. them. Tlheir- legislature
-thespi, t asa ecAn didate for. re-elec- tin defending the government of the- and denounce the ir power. I s hall ex-.i. a T lgsau
ion to the senate by the people. I e le and rerving id tical power ose their frauds, their corrupt prac- in lage part not elected, not c.-sen
e h of b e i c t he-le,-bu t, as n y r. -- .- ,
I.n the same antdm twill meetsuch of in their hands and in bringing to the tices their criminal violations of the I-ythe pople but faley _erd un
-I csb g fe oe ia thei r p ... . f re M 1 'ha nds: and til enonrei~en
r re ay the state an id St der a fraudulent elyection-law.and
them as may wish to confer Withme pbarofplestice ab1ore outraged peo- sof the satee and thappid ess J }
-s to publi affair, at the times and ple t s w ho a s in to over- and appel to the pe le of lorida really appointed by the non-reside nt
laces sed in this notice. throw our institutions, and to oppress- overth row other power and protet wners of h crortos and the.
It is not mypurposetomakespeechesou. o urpole. ""themselves their families and the corporatin-rule party, last April
r engage in publ diseussio rat this Topreserve this fe government ofproperty from their opesion and and adjourned at the -time -limited.
i time, ue spe ly d~ired;. my oh- !.the people, :which-was achieved_ by our-! theirunreasonablepurposess the leaving the fraudlent election law.i
. -j ais to onsider with all wsho may forfanfthersat-the ctof blood nd p issue and upon-its.solutio on by thetri-- forcean v .th.e people
-wish1o do so the political condition in se-a ric c afors htate at a time-of uniecoented-calam-1
o~do~thexfl 1 fs-lft-saerf.l] e- which-affords _the only umph of the people under demoerati~cs .. -...-
:.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~g v-"" -"- n--. -'-" :z tho it a single mea-u, e- for, the!. r-
four sate, at the neesity, of org-nia hope to the people of betteringtheir ranization all our liberties depend.o b t i .t. i ..e u e er
za11tiOu .to prevent the denial of the conditionRaaitthe attack of its en- To overcome the gCreat power of cor- relief..
g 4 -the- -e it-e I 'would have- been. not a difultme
(- gh uf f to. our. popl, th. emies. in our owna midst will require porate. influence -and accumulated, I w h b n a icut1t
evertb-ow of eMcratic government our Most ergetic effort As demo-i eal n vd lections,tisk to have assisted me in -mvefforts
.i-jihe Sta1e-"and the -control of our crate believng- in -the principles-of restorethe-principles of demo-l (continued on third page. "
e" by: fra udulent convention s, .the democraticc pa:_rty and in cracy and -preserve. our free govern--
Sise counts, bribery and corrupt prac- government by the people, and for -mn from dsruction, ad o makeit "" rvsipeI -.
--. >.-Tue. c ation-rul.e party has the people, -we are bound_ by all. our promote the interests and happiness of Rs been my aliction iom childhood.
depred the.pepe of their right to traditions and allour principles to the people, we.must org-anize in every It was csed- by impurre Ioa and everm
v d-. Idhas i -ken away from them unite for the el atiou..from our county and neighborhood, by select- -- g I was-sret
hmin. on. the public lands and ranks of the traitors who-seek to pros- ing committees of- -ersons of unques-. --0 a . o.
-V_ . -: .. -to- -. iand =y general
Ifrauuuzcuaiey umzvey &em to private titute the name and the organization Iti-nae integrity, who cannot, be a1-. y general
a -b+nof-the democratic party -to the over-bought, who will pledge themselves to. h way. -Doctolt rsd
"ULE SEDoctcrs,&d

tida, ad has deprived the people of all
Control over their own affairs, and es-.
.j tablished the government.4of aliens and
S igners-over them. It now seeks to
secure fa-m control of the people by
7-ev tary controversy of the
aces .hen dminance of the colored
I 'eee or -.the whites, not by their
vo t by tithem as corpor-

-- -- .
absI-role voters under the name ol
| \ emocats.-it bas suppressed the will
W the dem at- people conven-
.i" and eIed the the right to
- rote in electi ecret and open

: t by andw z--T
bribery of both white and colored peo-
O e. In brief, 1 wish to consider, with
jsuch persqps av may allow it, the most
Sie ans of restorin to the
pe- lethe government Of the state

-. -_i il.d-e
.der de a priiples and pol
[ --a the s.e esand cor aptI

UOM bylld persons -who have no regard
for truth or decency of clduct; who,
itrbelieve byr thet people of the
state, have sold themselves to- defame
| and miwpiwst all e who are true
U the peopl and to the democratic
i Wrty, a"d to place In power men who
aeldhaim to beile
j tyc e' fat h&-the eeiso h
jgaorat party and of demoratic

The political condition in our state
is 00whih gives cause for- serloiw
alarm to all persons who do not believe
intardscraic and arbitrary govern-

A9few men of great wealth, derived
atirely from corporate franchise, have
combined to suppress by fraud the
right of the people to vote and elect
their ow elB4s. t
They hare revived the plan and
policy of the reconstructionmeasures
to bad together the colored people
-and by adding to them a small minor-
ity of the white people to mupprees the
gremzmsjerity of the white people. To
thee tbhy hawv added all the nwrnpt
paetoeof the recoosmtrctica era in
als cxmxst and fraudulent returns
AtUl the wil of. the democratic people
baa bua and la entirely ppee.
SThee te is moUt that ninety-Dipe
-undrdxthaof te docratic party of
the slbte, and an equal proportion of
the iateU Nt repblicaft Vo" a"d
of tbp 2imhmjabbor with ratglos
Scstepi the who belogf to the
oorporatiom nie party, and condema
their attettt to 8tal into po~ by
-pmcrarig with corporatlo. money
^ dsiralM t ooBmwatlons and vnten in
utr nn under the fale preteme that
they ae a l al that it Ib for
the b~t ul the dsUnm*i party.
OrganImit owo the true men of the
4lato who rmpeet antd homer priinciple
aod a brav and zaaly devTOia to
iv~rni~sy thef pgple. will bury In
the graws of an everlasting coolempt
thet uorporaSlss rule party. its neunpa-
-i~e LW freedict Arnoiids, and- its
dvoesk and sa&ppo:rte whio^ to1

Ii ciples and public
ucatidn, and by the. iiir .en-
turies -the enemies .-and opponents of
government by the people. They have
found in legislative franchises of rail-
way incorporations, which carry with
them a power of taxation of the peo-
pie, often procured by fraud and brib-
ery and in -the watered stock and the
power of issuing bonds, the convenient
means of vesting all political power in
a privileged class; and to this end this
corporation-!rWeprty is now directing
all its energies. -They have estabrish-
ed, at great cost a corporation news-
paper, and have subsidized -other
Newspapers to .exalt their- own crea-
tures in the pubic regard, and tode-
fame, disparage and vilify all men who
have thecourage to be true to the
people and to the democratic party
and its principles.
The corporation-rule party is com-
posed of a few men, some of them sub-
jects of kings and foreign states, own-
ersofthe bonds ot the United States
aMId of public and private corporations
created under under legislative fran-
chiqe, with an un-imited power of tax-
ation. of our people. They are organ-
ized to control the .political parties of
our country, both the old political or-
ganizatioa and the new and prospect-
ive ones, by the purchine of men of
influence both with money and mak-
ing them their paid attorney, and by
snpplying them freely with large sums
of money to buy votes in conventions
and elections, and procure false returns
and the establishment in power of a
few mn, a privileged clae, controll-
ing all the powers of government for
their own nrih trmnt and, far t, oi,

give their time and attention to this

come members of democratic clubs,
organized to secure the ends, and to
create a public opinion which will pre-
vent and punish with stern condemna-
tion all persons who shall continue by
corrupt 'practices corporation-rule in

the state.
We must not allow the democratic
party, .the child of Thomas Jefferson,
the apostle of .human liberty, and the
uplifting of the people from a condition
of hopeless poverty, cruel suffering
and degradation into comfort, manli-
ness and independence to be turned
from the work to which he appointed
it of regenerating the political and
industrial condition of the people to
be the tool and instrument of the
mean ambition and the cold and
grasping avarice of a few men.-
To the end that you may appreciate
the serious character of the conspiracy
to overthrow your control of- the
-political power of your state. I publish
herewith a letter from one of the most
intelligent citizens, a man of excellent
mind .and intelligence and of the high-
est character, both as a business man
and a man of society. In due time his
name and those of the other -parties
will be made public. One of the per-
sons described in the letter is a leading
- of the foreign oligarchs
who are seeking to destroy republican
government in our- country, and the
other is a democrat, a friend of the
people and of the- democratic govern-
ment, and a man whose word will be
taken anywhere.
The letter is as follows:-

Inme Lut Uttle good
S1and I became de-
I ~ ~ pig ] tr p -Y
a*cttled mn my eyes
and I became totaI&
5ly blind for several
r V weeks. Hood's Ear-
uparila was recommended and after tak-
ing one bottlemysighc graduas -returned,
my blood became purified and I was
restored to good health. With Hood's Sar-
aparilla one Is well armed to meet any
foe." MIm- LULU LBIE, 141 Market St.,
Memphis, Tenn. Remember


In the. Only True Blood Purifier p Iom-
ently in t e public eye. 11; aix for W
Hood's Pils bea Ill bffism

i Gainesville, Ftlorida.
'Phone -No. n.
Chicago Beef- and Mutton,
Porbltry and Eggs.
Leaf lard aipecxally. Meaiu delivered free
ofeharge. -
T. W. Dawkins- .*L A. -__,
Proiprietor ~Pfemdaa &t Drgg!^ |

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Castoria-is Dr. Samuel Pitcher'sorrmscript or
and Children. It contains neither OpiumXorpbiueB
other N.arcotic substance. It is a harmless
for Paregoric, Drops, SoothingjSyrUps, and aso mu
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is tirty yeM-s*
3BMllions of Ioth"ers. i(jtoria destroys WonrsaAa"d
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Solr Curd
cures -Diarrhma and Wind Colic. Castoria reieVft
teehing troubles,_ cures constipation and 1i5u1W4 I
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stoMa*
and bowels, giing healthy and natural sleep. (
toria is the Children's Panacea-the Mother's FriaFW .

The ,W-. W. KimballCompq

fnLuI fA-%Af%^ 11 i i-

-po-hm"e M i.H^-i- o=- ....."'-ments manufactured
poverisbunet and o6ppression of our M ERSRI' a .ln Office and ILahOrstOry.thm*1 4
pople, through rporate franchises talk with---. He told me that he wiiams Block. i ""- ,.. them at the World
would make affidav it that -told. Ganes e --- .EA.- .. -]. 1 .- qu bi ...
--. o _- arr ^._.. "..him.-. H!- ---u We u-fed to take the c racier" .P -o ,n

the whole system when entering it appearing and psing as democrats and WEST XAT!S STREET. <^& a~ ''''^'i^^s; I^^ e^l u *
through the mucous surfane. Suh r andi~ pte deiown. ic ope th re I b Ct7 Ob diT kty Dial rnmt T iey o- 11 JJ1 Dim""!<^ ^lei*^-B "*^l<' r_ y ai L*n * n
pru "crp io -f -reputte abe gper - beat .the ". ..e- -o-pil atroe---. -.. u The -h -
las .the dd th- y wlo v no- ao d are w pehen R E se stand today without a ival in Amca.
r- fl w ht-1 ,- t n d - a u. he at. Good- sodOn stallmc-tsath h ice

.... C m 0 be given t4_ the rescueof the people of [7^v 4 ll EB AiiI H--- -.---_-
cury and is A iompleternally atig Fto td a from theicoitrol of tha me.-I A .i "n ual --if p o-" -- A P A P P... l"
di .tl o l-u! o engag-e-in th tre. s .. .ables a A. o"r a "s W vait foee
su c of tes -su.m -In b h.i -h and -purt oe .--an-f:-- --- r.h... -ro-. N .xt t -o TpoUe .
te geA-ine.It s aken -cin-ernall .btoc f a pnblc opinion which o ie TtLe GAINESVILL- --t-ldrnt. JOH,- : "AR Vv.-i. .

-d i n Toe.. ..-i o. by F. P. h .- p t from the newspapers JA.ES .. -.u_ _

byby^- S ^ menJ. who^ -j asy CO 1P I iTH FIRST NATIONAL 1*1
cI n a s .t h e d am a g e th e y w il l d o s. t m n o A-c u v ie s a n d a r e wr e m n c e I -I -E s.t a t e + + A g e n t, I : .-" : ..

M.. S.A.. el' of Pomona, CaL. to p l the.r power and 0 UI P l | -- r R I .. .. ..
thad the bcd lo a sprain her akle a the people p M- p.ort ttheyIW sand today without a A
-i mred sev,-eral menS" she ll',o dte aJ. aO i -ppetm d .ea. Co-g-- - --.-ga, .1o s d nVa. a

not cured utyi uedChain-i 1^ ^ug asIy~~ Cnanerea rwjoii
!erainsm Pain Balm. Tha- E r -t .i, n .. "oo .-r . . . C .-

cared'me and I taohe IBee o In cl naionis, I oe rage oro .... T.vs a.m. ...I- -..a.. -y.. Bank
iommerdia ilarad itetiyiR atonitse f- lld extfremean o o th1 e1- -uLm l e. .. .. ti m b e -r .
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.1 is IIke It I Cjr, i. |.. a pubi pinin hichv-,41 THJE--GAUNN- .-. . ....... ..

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-,A .-_ : Al n .W . . I. ,t, t 1.. .--W4e-. .. .
S. Kell -at-., P-omona, d-O t U a I- .- .- -- -. .- ,-a--
11a h and I* U ...ozt .,t -they "i_ -
trid-'e .u ,io wn 7 she...._:. Lan, i. how_ .: Z4_. A tv a b- I oIt .. ._9-- .r tADt -. __ _.. .. ... L J. -

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Sll. S-- MbE1- 19-. 1895.



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- lAx E T TO T-E =PEp BukiiV Arn ca Salve.
OF 3O DA. The best sialve in the world for cuts
(contiinued fromseeon ^) bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum.
16vr sores. ttter. ans
in the -UnIted States senate to uste the chapped hands,
public credit, both state and federal lblais corns and -al skin erup-
in such a shape and form as woald lo s andpositively cures piles, or no
give employment, money, and relief to pay require. It is 'aranteed to give
ou_ people i -the_ t tio of perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
li works and budings o nesst Pr cen3 ent per box. For sale by
and ecessity, adreatig a-financial w. w ae -
system which would enable owr ftuit M Fs. E. E- Davis of San- Miguel,
and egetabl grewemrs, and farmersC says: "'1 am.triying in measure
to repay the-.manufacturers of Chain
and phosphate miUers to obtain Onber-lain Cough Remedy Vfor the great
easy terms the moey to replant and good their remedy has doze. m-e. For
cultivate their groves and farms and year's I was a constantsufferer from
fjuinish tem a profitable market by weak lungs and bronchial asthma. My
: --.- r.t at night was disturbed by a hack-
mpelling the or aini uh. so that I ft.mi-serable the
port themselves and their products at greater part of the time.- Many rme-
S reasonable and cheap rates, and repay .dies reconmended by friends were
the per -et promi te orangetri0, none of which proved suitable to
th_ e'a- per: .ont. prendsed the orange-i .e d -
...- ..o. m ae I di. d not experience any
growers years ao. But instead of beneficial results until I began takin
this the time was devoted to a consid- Chamhberlain's Cough Remedy. After
ration of tlhe means by which the tw bottles of the large size have been
used I am pleaed to-state my health
-power of the copran-rule p -ty 1,i my health
roth orp t onne Party I Is better than it has been for years.
-should be perpetuated and the whie The .soreny- h-s left1 my lungs and
people of the state be placed under the chest and I can breathe easily. It has
colored, as witness the Jacksonville done me so -much -ood that I want all
eletio a the sa l- -"" 1-1-"i who are suffering l-from rlung -troubles,
-elctinad thest laUpa-e~ I& "dS~^ M,
assIwI-to -l ta trial-"IFor saleI-
-.- t- e legislature. - by all drugglsts7 and medicine dealers.
Let us rise in our might and effect- R-
R V L' akll -Powdler.-
ailly put-down th ese conditis, wit- A Baking Powde.
justice, with moderation,' but with lHig st of al i leavenin*
firmness let the people assert their strent.h.--u. S. Gov-iesm.t Report.
power. Drink BLsmare V Wisk--Blood and
Our state of Florida and our people Iron to the syanm. S. V. Duke, sele
haveeverything necessary for proper- __""agent. .
ityand for-happines. The U. S. vt ReportsI
It only needs that we shall break ,o Ro-yS o& Re Pots
theebiains with which we are bound.
and make laws for the pe oples benefit SE oro a ter&
andnot for the corporations .nd their -c .be -S _T -
foreign- owners, and we shall have t .,
abundance for our people and" money A in cure for ChroiSor Eye
fw li eirwfd A eertz- cure for Chrome So-re Eyes,
forW a Tl t! re feerT Salt Rhenm. Scald Hea Old
The dawf of the tiwentieth century -r-Z-o Feer Sores, fem,
already colors with cheerful light the [ raie Scratches, Sore Nipples
closingr years of the dying era. Let d e Itiscooling and soothing.
the g t-of th-_ people" d.ocraey -_nndreds of cases ave been curedby
gir his loins, cast off superfluous. o g 1 o gher treatment had ae.
Weight and hmdane, and prepare forL -. -- .--
his appointed task of a victorioas c- _u -


Appicatio for Ucese. i S M & STE

To the' honorable board of Chun -t. Com- I L J N T.
r r~-- II -. m

missoners -5f Al:chwacwatt Statef oAfflO
I, the undersigned respectfully mak CONDENSE T ME CARD..
this application to your honorable body t h H N E
for al cenus to rell-ipiridous and. mat s x - o 1. F -
tliquorswines andbeer inelection pre- .. . I -
cinct number ten (10), in this county South Side Sq.are. SOUTHBOND.: i |1 L v-fy. I!li
during the year beginning October 1, la. -.-.---T---------e.a 'e hnesih .e... .- .... n--- ap 4--pa
195, and endringneptember 309. 1 6 Lv at. ...... ......... --- ---.------------
M. SHIRETZKI. Applieant. _P Lv Iinerlchen--.-....-....... ....... :-- . Sam jArrive Lve ak-........-...- ... .... :52..
We,the undersigned reg'itered voters awihon............... .....ail.I amS W--mneeSpi .........-
0 election preinct number ten (10 of - .-lllrn L i y-----------p
..brt n. ..U Lv GA .*- --VIL ..............-4---------------
AIa, hua county, state aforeaid, whose- J Lv Roche..le .-. ....--........:.. xa a -.-- pm
Snakes are hereunto signed. r peetfullv- Ar Mi-My .........--.-.... p pm} rrie ay ...... .....-- $ p
reque thegrantingof sad hcens to ....Ar Ta"oma"................... .- m. rri.. ".------
Sr t t.. nt ofsad licenseto Crockery and Tinware.- _ei.......................1-K %p 1 Arrive Bmr.nsikk........... -..4--_ 'am
31 hrtk.Ar -al --------------------m......I- l m
o u tre ~ ~ l.. . - -I ... - W ersd. ..... ........... ...,. . .. : m . ., .
1 Shiretzki, J W Eackle, G Fer- r eirsdal ....- ... .. :- i ...."--- ........ .. ...
nnr A Le- nr----------------- z i Savannah------------- 1SP
son. J 0 CosbyBJM31ill Fredx rn (-xP r Ar Brooksville-. ................, ;. C esn------------
Wringht. asxOat Wesley x Aiker, i .l|1 flll Hi |I' NORTHIBOt'ND. 1ExSun. Daily, [ '-----"-- -
LoranButler, Wmin Durham,- Dai: x R .U l U.LLuL LvaBroosvileLeave D Pont ...----------- -. ----- :
Patricek. Moses, x Sullivan. nG or----L- e ...........-, -m- --- -e----------: m-al..-et..-..A
Jones Peter Johnson. James x Butler. i n ]5v .v w ersdae ........................ i: an t m ^ -. ^.; -- -- __
.e erJ James x Butler Lhv.Weir.ale------------------------- 11:Z1 a in;Na.-e -------------- a.
1~ T ardx~trapp.R Un I Lv ---------------------------------- --------
Dick x Barber. Richard x Strapp, G R wpn Ce. I e!o S .........
Scott., W TShuford.H D Wagoner, W "v c h -oma e... -... - ------- p -n ...................... ea
... v 3- -- y .- --- L ouI ----........ -- . . ------
Reeves, John A person, We buy our goods at the lowest I Miaro h .- -- "----. lpanBu R e tr[neari t nrg.
W-Owst1 r Rochelle-----------a pinljz! -ca f-m Ptcn.i
ler, R-Johnron, Smie trapp Ica1 price. sell on the same rule. Ud& 6ArGAIESVIE---------- N _._,_ epm. ..n. C er-- .ar a 1r -
Heyman. Feter xStephenson.M T Ad- "guartee satisfaction. Lv b A e_ --vi. .. -. n- W- ----a 1: 4 r. m..-
Skin.. Henrvy x Wa-higtonE4 Rive., t. Giv us one trial and P b n .4 .-in._"-"
.. .. .- . A r I e rl c h n .. ... .... ... ... .... .. p m . ..o u ."-,.i .l. .-A rGtvns o e t r a l n d ...ill..-....-............. q a :: o T.. m - w
SR -Harr. George V aington, sure to all again. ArPika ------------------- or a .
-Geo W Slhmfrd, Davim Thurman, Law-) I ighes9t, market price paid for Ar.-aeksonvnieJT&KW -2-'=pa- The ----t ,d:a l,-',t ,,lI i l .-
rence x Williams. Kioch x -Moree, Ben country produce.- -iSunday oly. Exc-r>; Monday. 'i"S a: --!-n-": ariv-e .'aniias- $
SHasblD~t~in Wn, I x Irvin, Vi- '-- X in; Charlet .tn pia; W ha, Xir.-en 7_1t4 .
S vU f Win x r ,InBOn Through riekets sold and W-gndge Nweck wan.Nwerk I-- Pmn. th Iis train -
J-ackso Lewis lo barll, shPi x g s sleeper throne to N-tw York-
Wrht, GB Howard, Robt X Jo J. A. GVKIDWN, Ticket Azent. Gainevifle 1 J. W -C RA4.
(JREmnerson. LxMoree, G L DentoI t | t IILUU-Iiwl p U B". iEH--d, F.DI.JL, --ied.
3J GA. Fink, Geo x Prothrow. ES.Tack-. -Ili. mnaF.i i nnp.T.WdenW lNiv.PaP...*er.
-on-. Solomon x Preston. J W William- - Phiatka Fla. 'FmWW. i EN w N _r___X- a.Traffc Maer._ _
1on, Berry x Sutllivan, BM Ma v. ET-- O .. -.T
He.*der-'on, Wmi x Humphrie-. Jas 2r-I JIT lFIT --
Croxton, L de: Yampert, S L Boyd,! IS the time to buv Mili- S. ,
| Lnmpniki x Brooke:, Wesley x Murrayv I p l 1 fi 3 A
o F WVWatson, XNthan x Bake. John erL AE
jMack, Joe x Miniteild., Dan C x Davi-,
,Allen Taylor. J'-hn W Scott, Manson f GAIN FLOI_.
-Sarn'i x Washington. P J- x Jacks on, -
iWatson, W R Mills, T R Fowler, J H Mr1s. E. Rob6ison I S -
Jenkins, C T Scott. W M-s xWatson,J th lace to b
I Manrti, Riehard x Jarrett, RtW x- plc b ,
Blake, X S Grier, Joseph x Stewart, X_ " - -
R L Reeves. C N Merry, James Rogers, wl f
Fsau x Moore. G T Beal. James Robin- You will find laesem- -
son, Stephen Hall, A A Lewi, S L -
Turnern' Charles x Anderson. J S Kirk,_e broideries. children S cap' St--
Thoma x Hall. N eptune xTisdale,. Al- A O
fred x Niles ., Chas A Gladden. s C and bonnets. HoiserV, i -
Thompson, R S Ham, J L Ham, Robt stampd linene etc. all,-. RYE: ____ y ,
Ham. Andrew x Bhaset., John x War- aEt p ies that aool R ,Y
ren, Geo x Washinzton, Thos 'ennanrt. a- ritesrthatc ou would

*" w-,._ "i,- *_ / mozes :x Joruan, rnm x nack, Stepnen -A
test with all the evil forces which -for "I Dougla Alex x Douga Quash x not suspect Remember
ages d ve bound howthe people to -want WaLtson, Charlesx Jackson. W J Geore. the a.
and isery, .ad- which now wth re-|an 33 Ii 1F Dfrake, L J x Jackson, Win Graw, J lU- p -lCe_
l i --" -- 1L J t ud Jerr y x- M "A under son -xR E O B I S.
doubled enery* res .ki1 tofoge00
3 -- E BarlowJa MeCredie. Jake 1, .I
and ritthe chainsi of awretchedness Ledbetter. Moses Thompson. Tvler V
which shall have no remedy-. -pencer. William L.neaster, Ceasar xt i -
:- Under the acred insriptiom on it :s .BB :...- j'_Bolin, MS Chriktopher, J Katz, S HItAIlVi |_ III
Undiw the sacred er.riifia&-ton)YILLEs& GULF1
b" u-er of "peace and good wil" Benjamin, ThosJohnton, DS Tavlor.hlL l ll
amon gst men the people will -marshal. - nt fFl "
for a fi alvitory over the condi- LD Alaehua-County. Before the ub- RAILROAD CO
tons for-a final victory over the con- t'- sariber pernally appearedM. Shiret-i ---rAr-O A --- -
ditions which bind them to '"struggle| FAT who. .being duly sworn, de-L JLJV i .- J L
A Ti nnaofdmisr, suffer the ^ B-poses and says that each andevery name, la Effet-J1ly 11,. iM
-an M i m slfin tha ormarkafiied to theu above npemtion y se the
ils of -cruela. poverty, asking -for -Bor- mark lafed to t-he above poTminNs. Daily Train.
was the act and deed of the person pur- "____ "_-_ --_ "____ -___ -___
labor as a boon although it scace nets | H ,- r--. porting to have signed the same, and 1 N-o.2 STATIOyS. .o.._
-i ._eaeise B. II ^ Jll that there wa- no fraudl, bribery or de- A -i- .... .---ei ....... Lv33p
This is theconte e ttowhhr you- are, ception us in proeurinc-aid sigag L -- -- .---anon's -'g .-- .-.
tures or marks-,theret. "'ra LwV*. X ilt'ky P'nt Lv--- v.
.- .. .. . . : .. .|. -- ... :" = :- __ --- tu es r ma K. ~ rr "Lv . .......--" "w :n .-' -... . .
S challenged, and your state of Flodar --... or aIRETZKI .. ..- -- '-a' i d.............
3. wh ih^ the coro- I.- Sworn to and subscribed before me Lv9-55 Wacahota. --. .Lv-4.5D
-..t.. rlae party has ehose.. M l r f onthis-thel6h,dday.ofAugust,.A. D., Lv. .4. ----------lals -Lv i
on v.- *'-- .. Flewelieas-------L....
I hope to meet you and otheri wo STELESS s5. JACOB KATZ, LV.......... ...a..---------....... Lv ....
. T S E --E-S S..... -a]N rPu i .- i S . "- I 8.9A---------. l Ir woodlL-...--....... L p
Sare friends of the people and --overn- -- _I [ a.] _______.otay ubhe. Lv . ... Lv.
_____ aylo,------Lv-4.s
bient the people at some .of the fol- E- IL L -" F.C- i -... : Tac :.Lv
I .............e.....
loigtimes and places: m Lvgima-;----
..esaol Tusa an E U 'v5..... La ...e. Sim 'fn ---- ---... -- v
.o '" -,-A r -.- -.- -- - --
4t an1aT us ,.. .- -- ...M.e s ton ..L
t3 er:;---- H I UH.
riana 6- .-. -- - The New Florida ani ,Northern Air V.3..BROG~~. -M ".
d 6t;lQuncyMondayOOct. 7; on-
Word, T -e-dat-M,-Ot.Tllahar, -O R ADUL LEAVE GAiyE8VILLE DAILY AT UIi VI A
We-m.aday, ct. -. ; -t-l1o, hufs- WARRANTED. PRICE 50ct8. p.. arriving Jackso :-_e 3:45 r. V .. ..
da:y, c. 10; Mdisron, Friday, Oct.11; I 2ac.ks oville6daiyTa 730 )-n. and 6:) -I -
-- . .. - _.- - - c - .. *B -A .B O. .
.. .. . .. ... ._....,,.,.. .-., p.) Sar v annah, conne cting with1
SJasperl day, SOct. 1 White (zme!=-We a w ot o Ry) &vretnah. iconntngwth -
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~H E. DA . i., n. Pass. W lAt-_v...... ,- V,,, .... ...

Springs, su day andMoand.a Oct. .3 a-a ... o (by .- ia. 1. el, lik .M .
Tand 14; Lake City, Tuesday, Oct. Ne et o -ai te ,a saP, T- naoephia, sntew Yorlt and anorthein Jac th I I
Wa^Blellift y, Ott. 91- -9 JUSTersl AS arCOO FORt ADgULTKA IV~ci 1tpnE. GArINV* .GILevLE DAILY AxeT U*5L L jOJ VI

o- Cedar Key, Wednesday and Thuars-day, | a y a Ti.. -ou -_ trugly- m n wrhv _i-Gai Jn ville daily ecep - i I
O-t. i 17ri- a 17; sGAit-1vil .. r iay AMY CAr _aa Leaves Jacksonville dailyV at 54 mpnd. forD
--!-; .. J n -.U i, P y ---C-cinna-i.(b-E.eae- C e ,-._..n eeUitwtdXalso J-l-
I Oct. 8ala St. 1;nI eintPae Li by Holy prinaRouteia Eeit, and
18; t' c, turdayW, 19; I \ A oi Sol l y e. Macon. atAtlta; alSa for ahnsas CiJty.w -
BroSKanule, Sunday and Monday, Oct. 1 t-URno U 14MhDaeille ArWana soingtonetsalti the
and. .21; Ta pa da., Oct. 2 men. van ^ te-r opens g.'" I r Quoin with ?ilid 'stibule Tram. of the -
i ONrw I y U !s 1 op lea r. even -nois Central for Chicago, qe sio ..
a Bntwn e a Wp ertmente. Coll.ate, _n-cademi. pr oreparn .- et.-.
aeeor. s u ab-np rera try muSIC. art, anm & Leave Jackr viUe for alledinty tn the, 1 o I I
d hay, Oct. ,3; Aredia Thursday, Oct. i -a .l-ure-. -xbua. we-e iion. Pesacola, --ew r -n
-!. ; -Go- dai Friday, -.-I-c-5C3,Q i U a nrdi. I F ) ,b d t5- ca sh .; m. -
M er Satrday and Sunday, Oct.26 --3. Ac--t o de Lem-na (_ves Jac C.onvie loi River J tTo & .

Oct.* 8 n safV Ie]"&o u -bIet. 19z|e~;, wlg.'zm~rzdtuterPtE k -Is L" b IIl" :II (I lallnd
~ ~entifl an btathtu 'VF-r futlw- Ofr-th exMaco. Mexico, alfornia and s asCityicth

a-: --yBartow -a d d yO-.3 tFRUN S rk... .s.-i _.. a nd-ss -7:tp on. el at7 p-6
r ;^TO^ T~ dge0tle- % ,Quolo wfthi orli 1,OOBTO ie..G^bil Train ofu the^
TusaOc-rn- and Centerindalc pintsdau

---.. A rie -aevil . .. a
S"andS:af1rT, -W.ed.nsd a. Oc. 3-.1a et | e Flri taerin ,wbn Litt r a aT-.O...DH PA 0- LL-O,". Jacson lle,
.1 r II .. P ri m ~ ea^ .P r a T I- D tO bDa ot wvt-agr e do hereby a mtoht a.e th ezi lv e IL B -D A Y Aea l G i res- -l[ .t

PalmrBed"'n .c Friday, Weo h ereas,* thek : u. derhige- bv. ....m ar_; ticle A|. ..O -ADNKL K-.."eyli Um J L 4I ... .. ...
: ...^ ,' "r ,--..~~and C e ft te p a oa- ,.------..-,----t---- na Rcailwae
Saturday, NOT. 2; Palata, Monday, d psoti- e aa T t, a on tay
SNocl.4u Miss i beau's ot
... ekonville, Wednesday. Nov. .; po < .. m .an ". 1. R a-,t,adptn -- -
Hd nay do, Thursday, Nov. 7; Starke, O if C town: -.-their la e o lu o.I -- --cr- ins itjL l S.t"
S rIaty, Nov. 8;- Mwe- h -, S -t y, bey- t Flor-d Ta_--i ad= f l frr__ -... .-iMe ico. a-- ff ru B i "andIthe-Thrh
Nov. 9-^-- facturt~t <-OBIn enin o 6 ~vt.. FlOrDia. w A uL I.
.. -'Ar -"*icle ac o b sto rsdn Le A:.lAc a v. J. -- -- -
the people atuh other placs asthey ^.rt'ISS^"?!Thc^ Gann.vrl nntur ofiD he b1 sh-l
Myuraj Sa~~y andLSwa Oct.c26 U1s- for ivex Junci-ne-T Kf
shallbe fre aftr thi dateto met ~ay~stae of Iortd. istepontsdaly :3 in. IER [RlL

mandgi2e eBanotceof,undtilDeanbi. Az"blsin tannery and t the innfl t
W_. OFCAL. Ar e 4-h e_ .B.o. .t the .apta stock Re-open .ondav.Sept. & pons. 1 5
. ._ __ _ _2 "u._ ______a______ ___ auh.| iz ed I h-.- bonsaa .Lr5 -* *.h re t o.i ^ __._k-
"d If tez Bab i Ca -ting Ty.. .t. e3a; share tob Taon nheng an-I a fift"im .- -----K -A'.
e sure and use that eld and well. ^ n..tis eny.t^'' e?5-nelt Of -EN ATTAND WFMN- S 'V. & K. I
Ttw .remedy, Mrs. WiaeL3w1W Sooth-I eas.-i thk whiA BmV w a aytknbs -- 0. Rv P A AVi
forni- childMqren Nairn it D& ,0fa TogAteazderLN.dWoubon and ain ou--L per- Wrste the General Pamager
ilir Syrup lO &aCBtta~.t ~c b^u^ b~v b~w saUtsirlbf. neye--^ ^ ^
-uAe.te hid -LI* softens the o-~s And.^ 3-The~; tonK c which this c-orpora-- Tk t .. I. Ageiat for- Inaformation.
-tw p~ eo.-.haeai.t Rala
iP Xote oei 2;~. PlsteO% Moviv ders th^ellx^S!prpa! Twoki m-9r of~ the ttse lawsal -ct Of the--/

stte flub ludiii CrrQ!I .>f Fiooidac for W. B. COcFeat ien o Sfpt.
allay4Sall Pain, cures tintuia IS bwytN-..a dir t..president. ISS and AS-efacauum y.Ifare in trttsa u b 'G I ACKERLEY.(na Agt
the best remedy for diarrhflN. Twe.- ;apoer. TW i.erty. p-wdcnr attachment 6-at tane aid AIeuIdas-
ty-five t rerto be er"lowian-I Iavtu.ted r WIIso to reeof the saem of i.0 and ft .f J Ijfivceate bo~tte. -SS tiebav drctotis5 Tb4)ce5 .f5J he~ { ti-caheBtfltaS ben tested upoa the 3lard .i.,-------------
--- -electwl-Nont am fikt ay of '! r, t r- P. theo wsai-%W ilson lyigdan d W ts li 0A 11 .
Iaadthereter the lidnt tay*Ortobr la a A!rauchun c. ty. Yvrerte< refo d. ired ______-
NOT- t f ti) rprnro ai lrturu t oada .
STh~e na- of th .-.e-cr. vbo aft. Sn co. Novembr. ^A. -.. l^ gl .jy t neeYadtof v ite fles of n e .fif-aK-ti'um1
sha be free alu .sdatrW deui6 d datest -meet f F ia-. -an ls irrij
i 7 WaS~k, W~W~ t b ic k t ?.Satilt. ecrelary, and (weu BX.e e. te said Wi . l a. d rtos a i a H ofNthe c |
^^~.N <^^0^ Agtire-TbeL ^ Gou nevi le.^ FT3.R^^ ^^S ^ ^^

-Wha *.ai.*w^s 1 ^ shl a-~ toXbG Ba ~ty:^M^ ^ ,. tiIV' $ofhCc~r^ife^U-ir-ttemfL1M.*wha
Um petoe- t suc othe- dawaseteyqcI m~.sErITf.(~dcnt'o ~ha ae
________________ ymed -Isi for ta vOn th -

(ww^Ir day '1 'ri4. A #A ". he"t 6d eean thea
1=0 give me ofte untilrt, rll *,- IHO LAl t Of-&LaRI ,La
JeeauGC -- .-L j- lee aw i4-4s e -atnuea o t I h ei rt A jrd.. spenv..syin a-r. g in t\
__I~ tbe Sab jaCattM Tet*A ebDaii-t e, ae5t

LatAugust wile woring inai the^ ^. ; D~c .,J tuL;R~ ^^ aS ^S^?
bat S&&id1teaorerheAttl4. a5r 4 N.AULL -F ?tI DU(H flH llHf(?V ^^^^^ ^ ^
MVVab. ElI*ito tm uavev(4 t bil-aL rft

azad d eniv attac ked IIt h tr B p a i tr. -a I VXs, 'Ltd -^ au >*e # -g i sa n
twaser eaad.. Mm Wuminilws. othe =1: Sta lrd.. kwhbefreae ora-r
3 a yn v-1th. pfllee *. Uu: *4 ule eV i W I!. Tan l.o e pr W it tb -G s nd P Sr g

gave me aa t e ofe haQher-CM-tea T heiea mtte wrm fe r a, Jthisv rS l P I ssafe' rnK o9 s3 ?

laIs Colic. Cholera and Xiarrhiea K- B~<3wa. trisasuerf~ ~r_-ow2~~p< Vw- i A fuS! asnd ce w~~) ~ ~ Ia -Avg *=vA! eethe aMsnkK-C xzvw i tbom.asuio
i -' "tsf t "k. *n iu -tW~t :- ...... 4' LfS"r M SSfe -yas' r.A t > ^ s -, s-i-SMSE-H 't}^ 7 .!3---i, T _: -- -f^'vt Stf _'---1S3
l .ete d .ich o.. ,a i .i c ; - . tea_ . "a aa .- ,
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1The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature of My Bms4e9
I In sendinig-yourordfr a! .-a' ssen-i t-en'mzh to-)ver. th- oft a .- Half k-alm jv
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A -Itria order will con vmce you mhat we are the people." T -riM cash wth
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Fire Life, Accident
And Plate Glass tnsurarce

HAMP''ON & JORDAN. Agcnt.,

PoitUr Block,i : : : : ainesille, Fla
Only First-Clas CompaniesR epreented. Prompt Attti
to all insurance matters.

iPursuant to instructions from the HOB.
-Comimisibloner of the Ut-nrnl Land Office,
no ie is hereby iv-n tlha t the following
lands. situat"d In the iam xtll, Fkorid-.
LaUd District, heretofore known as Naval
Reserve lands, have been under the bontU-el lairs. anid arplicatlono
to enter any of these lands wirll b rtctivted


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Soda Water, Sarsapar 1la. Straw-
berry, Ginger Ale, Selt-
zer, Cider, Etc.

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tmetwtrd-dayofNovember. A 1).mtand notWritel for pris. Ce*sm and Ibbttl ar
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Ior cause to be rnltw4. busawpe in I htim
sWOee all mlel; a ll l e4: I- S;, abu er*neona bfiNwe ay. the bm4
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