Gainesville Daily Sun

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Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
H.H. McCreary
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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.

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MY twm A, WET NEb DAY, NOVE BER 9, 1904 proTN CEN Ae

..nt Prov u- Tnton W Vllitld by inelni2ry6 a nd B rt A Ar trngthnln

,U^^ B Bo ti-WM hraye Mqrty Dr Both Burglar Sunday. Postion Al Along the Lin (.
66. r. Thv. e r -T* eesI ballots ilt
SW.M. arh, rieyc* a ch l nur arrd bu mall ds e i l. dif-lU
,' B' ,'eronee. Th10 n ownispeitos by a ock Mkd Nov. .-T u a

agLet B, 16 ,Mo o etk lel-tod oompany. uf wblec H. H. TIft owe Jap#*a** m*efadliag floj^ a|
." ,.WhrState, by ty, tt sO the coeu mg latr 1i 1K I he ballots o vr ao ick
rih I ran, itb Is doubtful whether they utial 0 no s-

jI^^B ES t*& 'L * eAtela The nre as nequetisesbi y of lo* -t wthla a stone's tLrow of
0 MCXMMJ*t. Q( by oday ho woa'th the Opr e yardo 0parah the.

.... # mrt ad t omr mt.em, elalta Oe B lae p t
.-stf f S tpel sem of Pu hd ,t r. Nv rivr- A t of rh

,Ii H-Wl! Mwp l MeH wt inhe Idlrtloaofthe blldU' sd 1t *ll- south it.. o
Sopr W .-S A.o-gthe-L. Iat and l lsad1 nIlae A.isre Valude Jd.J ja i.e,

gm fwe hw Sm" ee d ame em -* of the sam wier owne by |
aBso e1t Tho neSro Is kowa i d civ la Ir uahat te RTia owe tJA
V .I AK..r OW.UNTYa. te. Oil u In A
fit f I at bamss*e e g .. op m sl enda t Nobk )a wa av. 3Both r e Rus sin sI
aS* .eps 0f e m p i an on< ur *. .ld a ee armies poeu tleadus from all
i w ml I -e se knrii n ate stP e to t he iver, t l
WSmib g ye@ v C a ,TY, ta, ,he ctxn wert *t Irr wrs. T et withatt sovame' throw of g

rg g ;. n0l rn S e 3o e pa rty or prt lm. erp ata ptn ide IS the At Dal mor artn wUekt J
H b Sto bedrlrib Dr. Uaoree maltw'o dnnr asloiially oeuyards l eIr t althe S |
A p SisLen le l and got some olbtl 0halmegost. sON a Um nt
shmWmImFlkbt sei aWiolfel MAN Al HIs DIVORClo (tD .b ghmt ada th s s tll y Mk h |

W He. b. Wolf% 4. Wb"Sn l# s urd e Dvr# l r Ave Mniy es the Jar p
eht wbTii weohulda w n a tem As t t Wies eare mob the same wils i m

STt nllgiv HolloWy hot as !mowt and itly kl Th Jpanes e non Saturday T
St.! t M 56 Y. byt ar. Oil n u1I.r In ro ingo the build throms dvae po the Ri to
beMes"r O-mw dw 'wl t" we. w Notu w a i s saved and tha rer. are
4D.A Was oo I r" isauraur .a tre sr, h kitob.n obal
SHy.polt. t 'b-lty 14, WO'el 11. hr hmie with Jamkn A e i wer were a th e lmele
Neumss4....-4ebwa q-f r0 to burglarize Dr. eorge amith s drug ll eaioa llast mdght

OW est ..akb. rie
ltwuirn 9W RID us4uaMssTuehofws.,. ShrWolfe 41. Woman Secured C livse Lt Monday s aonle o ti
P"t b. .f oda diiy-- tomhold th e posoad e he,

CO'eal2 ""TV. inEmat Nasbvlll Xrs. 1411mM1.aserer
S OSSUMv uspsy iwi l Hold-Ho loway wan shot and an s not Ins yet boon that biT000 tas n trap eayre t oe
Oami" by Aliro p Rlaxr. fro whom se ed o f the haru om
thee ens.. CO U T asecured e a ds i -ee las t M onday. In O nsdes e force bf the Rusoya
#S,_I I I-t -,, "- CO- i-Mrs. Blmnir was In the kitchor ofhedte J a .
l, m!.s--...lahK 14T, O NT ol 11. her Chin To ached th e Trnabtaer with clud. -he r pue. line wf comne
Se.the----II whe n a rse enrtser nd ta-s we. sat ttenlakeaa arn tbrrn .i ld oaru wal
a, D ESOTO COUNTY. tacked AgeseW, bestinghie8lein ISO doi th e f i e.ns Ri
M Sal o-'EH o.oway 44. Wolfe I, and probably fraceturi his le ,.n skull., sia lot on nine smen.
Sb 's Oel4. The woma ran crm ino the o

WWEIIg ltL9VY C 5OUNTY. the hips downward. The remainder of 3,00 are operYtto
W. S te din WiIllso-(Iolu- looway, Rtlln h7. if 12
.0 .l ton- 1Holoe r 07. W olfe I:!. Just before .,e ( 1 i irR
tbe* .d.2.M W 2. amo used the tolephoiue to trice s The sans hav *
ef llq OIW &fft*049ag 42. some coal ears. First he usd "h ocupled lam am Pa. a mall
W!9. U0 _sneO-Holloway 84. Wolfe 12. old 'phon, nat. not ceding. he ook o Japanese retring to V.Yasa
_fO___ __ ___ __ _the receiver off the hoop of the new apes the R ussian approach. Tis th t
Vei1-1 Onmy Key-Holloway 18. Wolfe 27. sph allowing bts chin to touch t Outt o both the east coast Mr
.SUL S.AP? ...EZ?..I0AY. O'Ni Il. trainiltter. He skd for hi a ,,-. wate developments, SOjnIlen spOi

S ti oiM ll Moasbrook-Holloway 28, Wolfe ., b*r. when suddenly a spark -lashmed, Thre Ruion eavalr), by lohe r I
S .a._- ..A.,_ O Oed I. better ble nd h was red-d n- tours, fequeBtly appearloo and he w the a
4s. 6e "m. S-t*4ot tvay MARION COUNTY. ee"ou. h Japan outpts whis m
the gates of Ilembeung. immediately'
t hI b sf1 s e se afek f Ie OeN 1le a 5MN WA N-HolloNTy 12GL disappear upon the Japanese IWoa1tf
Sh allr t 4 r e O. MANSTN NOT UIL making a sortOe Nrom the city. T
MO WI bhe N To IwS th i flrt eMli-Hlloway 45. Wolfe 2 e ews Wa Conmed efere V fore* o the eat
^^ ^diet was Reach low.
L t.9t 0 1Qe116 a h as KearIek-Holloway N, Waolfe Nov. .-harle A1. Man
1 WhOlf gi 0 bs ston, superintendent of tue plapt of b on the way.
W saba tr of ti.Da NASSAU COUNTY. the Bouthemn Dsgraviang company, who
.,*09 a ReAlu-mt of atla Yule-Holloway 23, Wolfe 4. was tried oa the charge of having eneatenau Trial in Paris.
'14th graveId plat-es Mr the making of coin. Pars. Nov. 3.-The segaatloal Uof
A s v. et of e i i i OMANGE COUNTY. WrtOdt 110 "BuEflo" bills, and for of Colonels Dautrich sad Rollijn a-
.. em this esm W s meod. OvIedo-Hollowag 1, whom the Jury Seeait is a vedet I 1tasm Franu1ole sad laMeeal. I
.Sb r edl O'Nesl 18. et "mot nllty" late Setfy nlght. 0r Mtteebd to the military niifl
lm ee Arrive at hraltae. Oakhlad--Holloway 22, Wolfe 18 speat a busy day Standay reemvn Uo bureau. charged with @
1 the com4Pataltoes o hMi friends tn funds which were tused to t
altar, Rv. $ e e s O'Neal 1. 0 Naturally, Mr. Manston ha felt the evIdence agalant Dreyfusa. cae to
011016111 lI* DI, ve, POLK COUNTY. reatioe that was sure to follow Is t. abse t eind at mooa today who I i
ofa Cgo d ma eKthln--Holloway 43M. Wolo C T2. wake of the long strain which he has rnm asbauod 0thtit hd
aM, RtWev Admil lweels eftO SMd -..e_..2 been under. abamiqued the case. The resdU l t
be ", b arrived he. Th Olmpl U' ? attrlbuled to thb evidence of Gas 'r
b i tow the rla h msek r m in PUTNAM COUNTY. President's Animate Arrive. Marquis de Gallilet, former war s
bee p vi hoc t o dly d1 sMtd Florahwme--Holloway 1, O'Neal ?. New York. Nov. l.-Two lloness ster, exoneratlng the accused o0
by a eolllslo With the Olympia as w4ar-Holloway .0. O'N.I 6. I two monkeys. two tutriches and L .
0e might of NoW. 6. The Olympia orandlsHolloway 27. "'Neal 1. M sM which were presented by Kinq
VO not dM-ad Interlahken-Holinway 19, ft'Neal 4 Meeltk off Abyslula to the president Two Men Killed In Wreck.
of te tUnited States. arrived hero t,. Rupa. ob ov. o
ISered HNOe Kille 904e4in. Elecllon in Olinelvile. 'dy O the Atlantic tratt 1n l1 anid W~,,n, t iht train. wtbottM
a tics. whbo was rtft over by a frihtent .... Iko glot I pastIh l An is. f 4.1 0418...10.11111 ---,* f--o -- hor

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he to ilf his .rmmn" I l
Uss lIe, would INf awake s
04.A4 tst e.4d .um, hi 1no day'.
t04l p!au twM M is bt
t bePe nmwh pulled t whpt
beaj ll r h*be woM ImJo*
WOqOeOpe"MWdicIPn without
0;, Yu ttas rteecnmraemhrd,
V eRON so know
*wk-a-r a mWa4 of his.
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I Wosn kiseewvilteand Is w York.
SundIay, ov. e utber 8ib, the south .
O*n Mmilwet iss gumtliStd double daily
t(I m $ ,Ferio#e tetw,, Jakeknai llle
al44 4 w Yo o rk. Snd mhe East. Tral i1
Nu*,. 83anu i, **New York and Florlia
'eIpreine," we estaiblilhJ tu arie
seIltvdil so 14*t eart f
No. 3 wiil Iri a e .to ek.oimi llj at
*G0m, n. ,kins Ua.I;tII'IIlIS froIi alli
pfli, I nu iii l 'l 'i,,idq, Wl..4 1- i tN,1
pnld pattn lilt lii Ealst Coast, Ml ng
i. WeihingtSon it tPsI, v. mnd New
York ii4 i r. M.
Slskboumn4 Tratin No. 83 will leave
New YorkmtSlip. s ., Iand arrive at
Jaskeaville as 7i40 p. is. 4*e follow.
Ig 4tla, delivertag connetionst for all
petite In 4 oah Florlda. also points on
T smi m. will be operated solid,
wih lkl lrsem day oush between
lak.rWilll 6n14 WVhul0ton mad
Pllhmn d4ilRwlarom sleeping eaan
between SJekoi ville and New York.
0Dialg caVr will orve all meals en
A light change will be miads aI the
Nohdsul. of Inrae. N. S a4 s 80
"'ew York sad Florlda Llmited."
Mo., 0 wblhtk owo kee Jacksonm.
vIlt'* i 7T p. a., will be changed to
lean JAlmaville 1i a i p. m.
o W. sw de* to wriv a Jsak.
sMsitll. ai S.t -,vill bo obamged
o Wil ati lshekville at 9 q a.
Diltg n will alp be played mas
Tinl!m Oi. I and **14, OimelMas ildad
eth Lmited," between Jkm.I*
v sat JeMp. attuuiag bmekfts
uithbmial sad supper sorshbousd.
.Na 38, whIel mnw WSave. Jk*oe-
0lt *ati 7 p. -., will b c hanged to
Nae lJkasemovle at 71 t p. m.
Os Nowvemir Ib a "'Jaekoavlle
sal t %an i" 01tM li P RaU drawlng'
qam ceiplalg er lie will be stab-
Itw C, n will b handled on
toloa Ws. iS li 1,t ia M3a4 At.
lso., UBlmilnkgm, Memphl, lsd
sll e i .ply tabn r rvice

Whh' 1 will al. t a ddIkml
~geiIamnas"qse.Pu jaia.

p e* as r at mimdi s.
Nurawl Phine.
Rleamasterl. Imban and selitle
p-- y.leid o be peesmirala Inle*ee*
I Bllard'ls Sae9w Lllmenl. Is penm.
ime o the serves sd bone sad be-
Iti bsrtled tlUe he blood. Ite healln
p l-dpe.t ,r iealeed Ion very peirs
oftl bmody, imd m wet iome *m*der-
N1 #ema. ie, Ko., L1.00. Sold by
~N. M. ohan.
3. N8le Per hte fCw.
A you s Wouain ot gream perlape
toe great. estilility I lo-[:e it it.o ex.
ge from vis'lilitg isn nuit 1 lt whi Ilvie
Is aiU oMk fasbhahdrnil liNu weli.rl, lel-
tat's of af certain |w'riuil we're i evi-I
4dmi. "'Tivre iLa is nt.ravingit uf a
blsckisulith's shoaup In ti ediliplim ruotair
pkl mlw lihy'trkl'ulty. -Y.i <.l i.'t 'r-*
pevt li it o tal ii ay illilln r ithl're. 1
*miell the huofs.
A m uiittr tF rilt1.l4ii t etl l 'al: Oils
Who iitifefrul nut r rrnln otPrIofifiaileit,
but ftr)n4 poithimn quilte different.
Ml wasA ttW wciiiti of 'vecntly u"itrlcd
healthh who, ia.y? t1wh New Y'rk Trti-
nt. rewint int ait anrt umnltr!r u al k.-

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8 W fjor a fti |ntin of l Cert'M size. n mii vt vi. Ai
l a4 Fairbanks "I """P """"4411 w uihtr sad DutWa yun n PV It D "va
Deo t %P. aDe
A- i i l lr, 'or or XN TlllNstD 'v;W "'
the de l .119 alrowd her a l eutiful nailta l 1 lj t1Bluj onl lU UWiiV tu l MDupot ,
.iOld Aie painting. but ael looked at t for a
i h,.l tea o hilb to t ,ow tinwutmwl nt l en hk her head. Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service ,
St whoaP^ eM! ud. bI '"it won't do." ab said. "'1 want this
S? 4 p' tleutate for U y dn0 wni room." Time Table I enffeet Sept. 1. 1110.
BB l, l t. e W i ,D. Bt it's a beauitiful thisg." ventured
Pl tle, They at o f t dealr. Departf or, AINESVILLE ArrivFtro
,i'itt4r how s re2 "M d 1.a **Not for a drawing room." iunounc- --.. -- - .-----
l stM age. POpepsoi. *4 the woman eow .1f110409W1 i"et.1at all' 11old ouMie t haye a tvw ibn drawing Dally mediate Points Daily
,11 pill., e at all drug -t- Di 12:40pm Oeals, L sburn and Tamps, and :40p m
".... '"e" W 1ow1 am s. Daily Intermediate Points Daily
TO SOUTH FLO IA. There sr various ive ethod. pm Palk, Iyton, JacksonvIlle. 1:WpM
-,... ..... ea t eting the mulneunes of damods. Da
.L"H .PlUllP t TTewI y lolmret Cover tie lstoe with a 1tle bor Daily Nornh, East and West b7il
$S StO i iton tpaite, bhestin it sIn the iAame of 12:16am Hi|gh prinp, Wayorom. Savannah. Brunawiek, 1 8:15pm
l: oramp buraltm spirIts ot wine and tSnu Daily Albany, Atlauta. il1 Polnt. North. Eas We.s Dail "
.,1..Ul.. behp .r he past two thn it isa i-~is of cold water. It -f
fftk. mW alprmenating in a he .ae1w at am Imltation it will brk s6tpw il 9:abo
t .l .i t ser the ra of J. P. late a thboad pie, while the tr ehll. lmup nd Citr l
O ,&0. imamtqies mrebants. tampedi will rIaln intart. Daily Da
S.d4pMtd Teadaby for St. ON a dtasnld which 100 en well -
ra,, pelM.t.. eleamed and eatwullr drted Wet fa ll""i o a. In 7P20 (
I miS eia a Me durplmetahe p of water. Touch tbbis dn of w. Dal High Sprinigs id
whe.. upit e e emain durlg ;he Sr with thb point of a swidle. If tTe e a.Moniay e,
stone i false 1a 1 water will spread -"-- --r-- .... ...... ... :---
a "1 and OWi'Ippd. ilftyltwo oaror disperse. while witllh thertl 8stn lnteehangeable Mileage Tieket, good over 15,000 miles of asong t he pria
4It* ,ages for Imy irm Il I the drop i w r w itwill retain itI phler- esipal railway In the Southem 8tate, are on sale by the principal aln..
la$r.l nWarl Mr. Hill. "ad if th kal foria. Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantle C
0od LLoW spasm en and everything is1 Throw tlh' stone yoti wish to t*detet" Line; also via Atlantle Coast Lim e and southern Railway. i
tvlavbW tI *pe to make Is seventy. Into a gInsA of water. A dist.ord io For eompliet informainl. call on
SItr before this hau.on i over" perfectly l.thi"t. wtre'a th Imta. A J. A. QOODWIN. Ticket Agent, Omlasvell.
v. M Hill l a Ihrewd buer. a fine on o Uileh' wills th he.' h1e of "the Wtvr A Addr if : . ..n..n A
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For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Oainosvili. l,



Songy Svilng Sc0hool

Sty1sh, Shoes For lois
tylih, oomfortable, Mannish Shape,
uilt with toat Sole sat Tou*sh Uppers.
The only kind of Shoen modeir boys wtan,
and huudnrds of wide-awake boys ae buy*
Sng their Shoes here. They lik* the style,
SAs wear and priee.
t$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 *ad up.

We Carry All Kinds of

Good Desirable Shoes
For Men, Women, Girls, Boys
and Infants, at Money.Saving
Prices every day. Give
Thorn a Trial.
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GROWING UP & Par.el N.trrgliv,,,nt.
There's something the mat- ro"". :, fi, 1,, 'llv,. H& i ,:il..
ter with the child that fails u' i #r hL N \..... \\i i, m\ :1. .A0.
to grow up. A child that it! i, ,, ,, i.. y t, i
nd 'VI , I I .)' thl t
grows up too much, hni, v rI. l t; l'v .,.I:.,'k.
Bu it It ill Iv:iI ,.:0 i i .y 'tZ j hi ii
without proper filin <,it ft ht.l,,& 114 hw ,M ff i +i t 1ohtti. .w
. I1 'it t' l |i !,, i | ,,,,, I,,, l l ,.
i..bli, is almost as dlyit t. nt'`' 1~ is in n '' ii, 'iiiIltu. I
t. iH Wi h l t e e t Iiiitlw ,3. l i41l( .11 1, ,' l1. ti.e l'ii,-.
thlng will help tll |Ii!, !dih 't if.1 (ill, u r,, 1I iit fr lWf s n, -
thin "weedy" childivin likea I A W" 'h '.. , j .: , .
S cott's E m ulsion. It _PI.supp .i .".' .. -'....1. 1 .." .

tuf Th,,* ~ i,, t. 4 .'.i,,,- th r, uiudiilg out of Itt .,A ,i
lpa c Iomm""I a'f riin rj- the rich inward nouri h!nnt.t
Seelson of thi l'v ty ri:tirit:
$Iorida, has bhein halui'dd in (f blood and vita! orins |
Ition by one of t1 el. del
i ( tt'- which inslures rapid growth a
tours of the Presbyterianu healthy and uniform develop.
I hose conWtitnent I nirnhersne jr
minister ard a ruitig eldt'rr 1e ntt.
church in till Stalt of '" .. ..
'in the city of < *ina Tuesday ROLL CALL MEETING.
1oV. 1, aid adjourine'd F ridaiy
0. The attendAileO wal tin- Center Lodge Will Have a Big Time
*l, and the tdligent atten- on Next Friday Evening.
t|easland enthusialii u ti( the The tnomle.rr of Ceniter l.'lIgr Ni,!
wereO marked. lqite a Iuln. It. (). 0, F.. ar* tlrmined to lritR!
||.lergymen and elders wort nut the '"full wtren'ti" of that noble
of thle Order of t'nitld orJor on Fritldy evenitng, and i ia re
Veteran., whiol held its sult have tl'dci('(ed ti hid a roll-es Il
Wllon in Oeala at the .ansu meetlinz, to which very menmhter of
-llig sthe faot that Freely. the hldlo ii requested to report in per-
their duty as patriots in *on or b'y letter,
efen of the OU'*. Center Loige is eunmposed of about
ulpMtaiity shown the ernm. one hundred and twenity-ve mnimben,
Blood by the oalas people and while it is true many of them
Ilad profuse. The press. are abienti fronlZ the city and cannot
Rev. Dre. Moore and Lit. attend, cards hve been mailed, and
eMthodist and Episcopal it is hoped that all who otnno& "show
ra spectively, as vistiling down" will ancdl compliments and
i- frequent occasions, was best wishes, that they might be reg.
of the fraternal feelings istered.
dvuominations. The committee on refreshments,
milon to Siltter Springs on comprising L 0. Lynch and 1. B.
i4 Air Line was given the Saunders, will prepare oystere suRl-
et ibhe Synod on Wednesday eleni to "nill the wants" of the hun-
1t bythe oitisens of Ooal. As nry, and it is to be hoped that there
Sasiavlgated the wonderful will be a gk9od crowd present.
1f liver 8prings in launches Aside frdnm the refreshments, there
She14et, seearely able to tell will be plenty of literary food for Odd
9r e were *ailing on water or Fellowi, as several of the mopt promi.-
the fully approved the nent member of the order have been
S*lthIr hosts that this spring assigne d places oiln lth Ifterary pro-
Il |i p 9mparable beauties of Ram. |

Seitsi of th work of the
IVrSe full of interest and
l The home missions enter-
the Presbyteriel are mniking
ims and forceful and efftilent
'on being attracted to this
other parts of the church.
o10 all this the Synod has
evangelustio work. One
begun his labors and another
besesured. An elder was so
iresed with thie need, wis.
limeliuess o this epecinl ef-
bhe offered to give $x;i a year
e*ameeutive years, f the Syn-
00it0 the same amount.
S'. Hlod, which together with
Md of South Carolina, G(;nrgia
a, controls the Columbia
) Theologial Seminary, give
T6etIl to the ei(onolidation
Siteitiion with the seminary
kVille, Tenn., in the great
Ft.liae university to be estab.
,1 Atiants. To this work the
oAtlata, regardless of de-
Wsa lehave subscribed MA .OIX),
slateasteGnt company of that
B~ered todonate forty acres
tlnable part of the suburban
This plan will give about
1S starter for the unilver-
aih will be broad-guage anud
1i every respect.
*Syaod will hold its next an.
lWlng at Palatka.
lithoe Pl ay andi Mr. ChrlAto.
.eOUt attetdtd the meeting

A Heavy Load.
th4tht load off the stomach take
Iepplae Cure. It digests what
S ir stomach. belching, gas
and all disorder of the
that are curable,are Instantly
"a4 permanently cured by
g Kodol Dlypepsia Cure. S.
i dlruggl atl 297 Main street,
h, Coi n.I, say: "Kodol Dys.-
!llahig such universal satis-
M kito surely becoming the
Miseft and subsequent cure for
lWn a llment, I feel that I
lltrt@o satisfy aid gratify
.'f by teommending it to
Write this to show how well

Perry 0. Ramsey and Miss Godwin
Were United Sunday.
Thlre was a happy marriage at Mor-
ritton Sunday, when 'ii rr(y Ramseyt
of Wacahlointa, the poIular and eltl.
einlit iimember o( the Board of County
Comnliiniers from thbit section, was
united in thel holy bonds of matrimuony
to liss Annie (ulwin, a charming
young lady of Morriston.
llth parties am. well known and
htve imany friends. all of whom extend
the isiacervent, euiratulalions. MNIr.
itamiey ii one fof the most progresive
residents or the county, and it is need.
less to add that their honie will Ibe a
plealanti oae..
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
lie stre anti use that ohl and well-
tricd remedy, Mrs. Wli'nlow'* Sooth-
Uig ISyrp. for children teething. It
aiothen the child, softens the gfums,
allay all pain, crest wind colie and is
the bet r ined for diarrhoea. Twen.
:;.live cents a title.
Jacob Cummer Dead.
Information has reached this city of
the death of Jacob Cummer, which
occurred at hli home in Caddallic,
Mich,, Sunmlay.
Decese d at one time resided here
antd has many friends who will remenm-
Iwr him, nnd who will regret to learn
of his ditl,'i,,.
A Good Complexion.
"~'sparkling eye, and rosy cheeks re.
stored by using De\V'ittU' Little Early
Risers." so writo S. IP. Moore, of
Naeogdocher. Tex. A certain cure
for billio:,iuss. constipatioln, ete,
Small pilln-easy iti tak-easy to act.
Bold ly all druggists.
'l- -' l .t '- r r

tan '. Ir f ., t f ir.:rilly .

"Ti ,'n :! ln." ihe+ rp .'rnth I. p i1nt-.
lug to ' "'i i'.h' lloiur *inl" her foot.
"6anld l 'oi' kio*w i the 'i'.luttitit. of
**". ai pi;i ls'l p!l, It up. through
all the dtay .'oui'l have go01 luek.' he
"-E 'el Iy." 4i, ':'il. *""ThroludIh nil
the dtiy.' t'? I 1 r . It "1 %'vl'i;U; Whlei I

ollaiul1 itiei' it \ta ulh'.'itf ;i tI a:it a
jm lniiis 0 %% n iui'ldl It tih,' u'ite'iii',im t
lio hlon iiH || tl' lr .i liu)n intt' lihl
Urf oint of Mle t 'lil 's-i Is '.I1.: lit l) frunl
li l's -in.-ol tl aLi a' -,o ltlh 'r lihtadi of a
b ifi lu'tioi n tlr t' Ie iI.lIt.
Thei frtllir ot i1 e ,i 14 ienti fromii n-
ristily tI en), W ilt111 14 i g1 'bripund wlthrot
ht' thouti< i'was rtuiln, inuLl 'ur li e isot
fIn laiunll il 1 until nown, Milch 1l they
I14Nl ilsn kilint:f' I lifnhl., with n010 e(d ,
broken f T o :S i lri under It s'ielesm.
Thiln |iichxint i Mi fpt'idN the 6namIe or P
Itirketn Hlow for- ilh pustortote, and the
depIlmtnwol t 4ovifterltI the name wllth
comiplinrtti, Nhirau-kn Ktate Journal.
An arller Gc.mleraelel ,
A Hltu iiim lii iiigrant of tnt)eWr agre
wainS b1ingt rI'iixtV,'il li a duw1itowS
1'hlhltf'1lh iHo1ti)I The r letic er
q(juitlolJr'i',d, "W'lhjit iN .ou1r n nll tl'*"
"Kiithik." i',litld the' child,
"And your ftl'er's tluuiti';"
"I IIE'vr lint oaIo," iiniet the qulck
"Then tiell we your inothtr's uame."
aglil xaildi tI' Ni- :clh'r kindly.
"I iiier hit ii'i umudder neither,"
nnsw'vr;d lthi little h0lld werlously. "I
want lhi ft mly gran'muudder."-iJp-

\ irmpinf lEle Si lltmmlem.
"I waniil Io iune it.t uiti oif Ithl houw."'*
said the faikir to the redl aireal lady
who "t tn 11d rh inor,
"1Du .yua \wnt to i eo the numn of the
housw or the tbrsr' of the house" In.
quired 1he latter, with teenergy.
*I i.s:ts it's. y0ou I wint to 3a*
lthly.," nrmpoiidl- hli fnkir, with quick ,ic nslf,.- llim|| sdelp Biua Juletln.
S.... Drawlasie.
A lniau ap'Ivl flor nti ettgeteint at
"1 litl s4. y ii a vwpaiper cutting."
ile ui r1". '*t' o hdlliw you that I have
aptiti Nh ft r iati sitn ge." Thoe cutting
w'i ai foll,,,:: "The pritobi.r whi
da('1le 1 It tif'"'lt-; itI, 'nI4'llI'id his own
c;'' iz.. i Ih ft : 'i. hil''ifI in a mann-
Tier '- ,f: ;t irn rli *.r '
Andil 11im ruimlcr.
"1 i''er;s it.,l th.kt hli'L In n nitmethoI
ty n ti h iiy t,.li,'t IpTSOII ir. siy be-
t'0i::; li'll."
"'!.:V 10 ,o. 'Thre Iri'e cerlnlily
I:'..h .l>.!- .'y vl'-h'i tI.'ll .r m uTlim y l!'-
eirnti.- .is irt," \N 'w l'tI k l'reSM.
All l.wnw:l Othlerwtpipe.
(Ire'iv 'T'lsi' l ; i;il)riil IltH l saym. "All
the ua wrhi' a i .stage." IBrown Nevuer-
tthelcwi 1 1 ven't bt'wRi ant yet to ind4
I sttgIt' for tlly onle It the .tell or a
(dozIen thiyA .I hnve writtnt.--ltniton
Tri in'rtlpr.

Th0 Drawback.
The Elder Ma3lron You shabouldn't
mind the baby crying a little. It
strengtbenn lile lunga. The Younger
Matron- Ob, no doubt, but It weekends
bis father's religion am
Best Liniment on Earth.
Henry P. Baldwin. Supt. City Water
Works. Shullhburg, Wis writes: "I
have tried many kinds of liniment. but
I have never reeeived mnuh btwnefit tun-
til I used IBallard's Snow Liniment for
rheumatism and pain. I think It is
the twat Inilment 'ln earth.." 2&'.
ks *. $1(00. Sold by W. M. .Juhnion.
Ireland Day Celebrated.
St. I.oult No ,. --ire-laind l dry
was et'brlatnlt at the w4flMd'S fair to-
day 'ith regular attendtlnce and un
contderabtly aimen.;t;tlA by the ticmn
hers of the Inited lrhibh *ontles St. IfMls. fxerclses were hitd I::
festival hall consisting of addrestkL
and Irlsh band melodic.
Thousands Cured.
PeWittl' Witch HaXil Salvet has
cured thousands (of CRer' of pilte. '"1
batioght a box of lleWitt'i Witch Heatl
Salve on the recommendation of oar
dru gist.l" o write C. H. LaCroix of
Zavaila. rez'. "and used it for a stub-
born eape of piloi. It ,ured mn- per-
.-. -- lAt iai _i 1A J m..iamajii.

NOVEMBER 9. 1904
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O-unni iw ieetSlqt
St a'" be a na-nW n wti m4 a
Id About imt maor Iwi t

my bed*abqh pb W
bawlth mb46 dm laUa-4 i kthit

SSa~MadW l"r ht4O m m W AlrlIinWll(|
ti. I wm ialks hft llthAl
lo Ia n b a u d *id r a "n sa
rst bottWe taumiln lb a in40
Try. Ina fev weeklwloatodbMtalldtlksOmmlbll
nla better health and st A
g than I hbd be b
yarT. I take dome r sw,
actamionally, of Wine o
CarJul and am kqpt Ia S e.Wea' Sm jl'
p" ect health.

Wie of 4
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of ON" #~OF

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Capital ..... ..

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Doeem ai ely, a ea-la. s ts a ft,
u< "^start'an as

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Staple and Fmay >;

Urain, blirdim Sa! Sid
Highest market price paid for COitkems. qmsad Mlbeslr

A Complete stock of lay. Cor., Of s'o3rIMM
and Rje. W0 hisa4l* Io a

OIFer for the nml r Fall sad Winter a e1 t t I
PECANX TBREE3K the slla arMseA M *
bind them. AeleNPritW Ormumni, IS
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Round Trr Rates Prom Gellsi

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sale dally. Uood till Dee. 25.

On sale daily. (lood fifteen days.

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C i.i, e later of r
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6 iWWsI4 h *e peut Iw weeks#
1V. 1, Kien, forperly of this
fwl m ww v plans lr. Hnr
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w sh hu muedk happin. I
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Wnpest" be o onshni*0
PmHi Wif., .t*F e Saturdayo ion I
Si, Adveis fo r to will
Zisps w0m b.. Iiefy f
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l t Funeral Directors and
So Licensed Embalmers.

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.,b s.thes malhathe lt.u Telegraph or Tealhe
weA sans.m a na aism, win eeelve prompt atteutise
S4' 0, vhoe," In-hP f ... ..Mf

"W| SIPWW le had bten caught helping hbineltl
' ,i i, wmiove the to the co ntnts oof tl e ati dnrwer In
bfl k*., toe -- -.t ,l ore of a Mr. ,App ,ton,. The mr -
5 J m---- birouaghit knw ihtlR nCd wns much siur.
I bK, tiH pM ot r prlthl to lt&rn the ch targe gnliust the


Drop in here and ta i :i t l](k si
made by SCHLO88 [tlROS. & (;()., 1u',,

I The beauty of the
Schloas Overclads is in
the fit of the neck and
I shoulder, graceful lapel
and perfect collar, to-
gether with, the general
air of anartne.- that
lifts them out of tihe
ready-made class and
identifies them with
the work of the finest
Many men cling to
the costly merchant
tailor habit on their
StUITS, but rush into
the nearest clothing
store t the first touch
of Winter and walk
away with an OVER-
What need is there
to pay a fancy price to
a "merchant tailor"
when you can buy a
ohSchlo Overelad of us.
approachable style and
incomparable w o r k.
mansbip for a great
The accompanying
picture shows.two ex.
oeedingly clever styles.


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WI 1ortty t, LI:1.RAULTY or 'oLI.Y CONT',ACTS
Coksteermiun PROM11PT PAAYMENT or LuDE I
We cover these imt'*ortaing point* sand r ienoiN fuIly
*onoU L *Iare of yoor buslins..

Fire, Life, Accident ad Health Isura I

,"- Agents for the-

V Victor Safe and Lock Company
S01 rno 1-nnat.
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and prties contemplat- j
Sng the parehase of a safe, or anything in that line,
V from a box to a bank vault, will save mnonoy
lU by consulting us. Call on or adidremss
Information cheerfully furnished (GAINESVILIE. FLORIDA
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Alts seOO eb, tri k tbM whatm
fut eO tohe w U 9 with them.
* ,M !..i e u*. ,, ,tir.

S pris ot er. Lr:lngt at then IIeTro enr.
iuttly. lie sail: "-min. I'mna nry to
I *'e y)ii, hIre. lIdlti't yoti kuow tihat
0 no graI iould e o0 t1 frgni sttolen meo-
- -*? .Tlbere'it 1 .rft 0on It." I
S"well. Jedge.9" treplted the prisoner,
S"I dtid't know Sliq th .Appleten mtoul*
dot itsoney. 1 couldn't tell Mt by Jest
Slookiu' at tL-lI4tnreri Weekly.
What's in a Name.
"InteSlual Imdigntion" le the new
auame for a multitude of stomach
trouble. It Is the rneo i4 cause-of
Sbeetndiseo, kldsey trouble, eoas.l-
Spati o, flstuleney, Inflamation of
the buladder nmuraflaI. headahre. dim-.


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the State at $2 a Day.
Meet all Trains.

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Oar Prices Range From $12 to $20---Worth Double

"iDrep in and let us talk It over."'

Outfitter to Particular People. (UAINEAVI LLE, FLO)RI DA

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rLh' T v tlh ttion of the o-1 bli- n No.
p uttltI4ut"tilonal ti.'ket i 1 to t, vreted, but at
am0 1P1the 11$m ltin. it 1. *mnrr of con-
i '- Frat ilai tti o ito pI l ,,4e I ,alrs.
ltf at OS.oe a ) Gaie .e a, v il. to know th.t tie S'ar ,r galrniga-
e i Sa h tion s it the hanil ,I uo,h rr.e as
pLY AlItur m. tdI.t 1 1143135 \V (, itNi.. aidit f S.

"-:... bar t rh n o t tir t r \ itl.e

alir ?rU j wvln. r' lrr, ft i riti | i. . 1r, i 'i lr "er

del Lredr by ar. erini The mc,'t .frrftr
p T *gevw r. TB I.thWO ISi>; m |irhrr 114p.I 1'hjtttIj i [ o h

Sh aT V t. *efli I \S tk r' ll..t, .r' -
or- ei- .. 1. l-rit. rA' 'fr rM t- '

gwlelse T U ars kito] s o of !. ''.j.I .
t- .cr r b. ca r .rier.n ib 1 c itey, t S'jara t T' r l' ', | : t,
^da 1. 1,1 04 Al ( CIt arl iO fr CA-Ih -

*ll sdveristrg nhade known thirty-fire. Ilorr r lan ,forty-two;
S. .Thrn. for fi.rty-:;rf-; u-ulle. forty- shrt e;
Wl- Vreek Sun sl an t.1gBrl I'i'k, tlln tthirty- hrtn ; Meade,; forty-
pa wer ub.t. i-usied Lcril r Mon-a Mel'ow!I. forty.rthree*: jo l V.
ft.rt iT. and rot.ltnu U i the hirty-'riNli, At. Arni the ' oi se week. lo. satE and t re U ils e WAS tlfy-ive lragg fortj-1
etel alled u notage free, to ny
SUited Staltes or Canada. t to S i x : Jckkgsyone ihirily.sevr, d HofJ.
a .... thirty; -.ari. y, foi rty-three; i Loig tree t,
-.- forty; hea'raogard tforty-live Stuart,
bitlll s become due fte r Arst hn. th. ,
B toSn~r~muetunies.) rwl ^twenty-righ Hillt I hiry tix lyI k-
hewra S. know In Kpere titiriti-bei.
qlred to PT for advertise ing oI ad- i
Si TH fDAILY SL'M 1Ioubtles* bat few prsont. vill resi*
-s rLA Idents of Chicago. are awe of the
SLLNe fact that the \Vtindy City pinesses a
b"e proven by many a a,; freight tur.nel or subway tweniy-six
I Ie the fairest creature on miles in leeigth and costing $h,i000,00.
the untairest. It is really tone of th wonders of the
World. This tunnel is forty feet be*
laslt they at least make Ma low tir level of the street and lower
that won't break as soon as than the eub-basmnents. For some
It on ap air ship? reason this great work has been prao*
----- tically completed without its being
I ome comfort in being poor. exploited to any extent In the papers
T'ilikely to eat things yout
stsmd glt dyapeoklla. 1 The maln wlan will dicoroer an everb
S|lasting roofing compound will reap a
lhg to the eCnduG of 1)00 the fortune. Progress has been made
of farmers in this country along this line, but there is room for
their r entire farms I 3,149,- improvement. The best of shingles
begin to decay when exposed to the
elements for fifteen years. while other
whole bhuiness world hangsR on material shows signs of failure In less
Pm; that Is the reason why time. A leaky roof is a constant an-
talk is often a panraes for noyance anda pathing a short-lived
eo nin the Vest say that cat- President Francil of the St. Louis
too cheap to kill. Aftr they exposition has been decorated by the
h the hands of th beef Shah of Vertia with the Order of the
teb are too dear to eat. ion and the Sun. YVt we venture to
assert that Mr. -rpcs would hav
tve uap. Don't yield a ineh preferred to have been decorated with
are risht. Remember no man the presidensilt nomination by the

dreal1 that it is running Amer. Thei y report ihit the fice loka like
a large majority of he p1o- P that of Senratnr Ikpew. King Daddau
Sits denial is based on facts. lived 6,000 years ago. which is about
*-: the vintage of sgmne of MSr. Depews'a
opPotter's church saloon is said jukes. Perhaps they are family heir-
i nooesees financially, and that is loomed. C
plall that ean be said tf any sys- .::: : ....--
,1o regulate or reform the saloon William Rockefeller has been comrn-

l told by the United States tress.
that there is one $10,W0) bill in
ibtlou. This is undoubtedly a
Sk few there are who have seen
*'a -* -. ....
I1S. 78.152 persons have been
In the United States on rail.
The loss of life last year on
| ir.ods were greater than the

VOrmout man wa sentenced to
nllr in the penitentiary for steal-
Dl,00. A horse thief drew anI
tar term. They would proba-
a man for stt:aling a pig.

ba able andwilli(ig to do some
J ltola well should be tht high-
pt Of every youg mIan. it beats
a!"society ornament" or even
SIillty to wear good clothes in
t est form,

*aS~at 1 now heitg iPd for roofs.
1Ml0Uon to the PMany other uose to
It has bern put. Among the
for which cement now comes
i4 for building fence polts,
lagt block etc.

6tllans find that something
i-vTissels of all sorts disappear
Ot every year, never to be
Sfrom again, taking with tlem
6f man beings, and involving
rlSIS loss of $100.XX).X00..
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pulled to pay over $100.000 for a side
yard about forty fees wide in New
York. At that rate even a Rockefel-
ler might run out of eash before he
succeeded in getting the earth.

Late census returns show that the
increase in the population of Franee
for the past decade has been only 440.-
000. These same French when lo-
cated in Canada or New England raise
the biggest families in Ameriesa.

The New York rapid transit tunnel
is the loikgest, uf all underground
roads, having a total distance of
tweity-thr,'41 im,'s 1t21e London "tup-
penny ttiul" i4 only about half as

Tiae gas companies nof Bostoa have
Jiut aeffactedid it 20.O 0 WOOO trust. Ai
$20.000,00) merger is considered a light I

affair in lostoun.

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
Contain Mercury.

e 77

Federal Court of Misoatsippi In le-|
*iln at Jackson.
Jackm.n. Miss.. Nov. 3.-Federal
oWMt net hare til mornmmng with
Judge Niles preesiding. In his charge
to the grand Jury Judge Nile was tI
latent on the grand Jury lookinlaInto
the %hItecapers of some of the south-
ern comrties, and If they fouAd that
any hoz.t'va'flrs had been intimidated
or Int, rtered with In any unlawful
way to indlct Lbteu.
The *crrttary of tlhe lincla cotmty
law aind ordetr lecguo in (on the grand
"Jury, and It La htbltved there will be
some indlctmrunts a BAinst these white-
capers Vf the legie., M. It sa wIuder.
stood to i,. In a'i-setltion of a great
deal s f E cvliden'e ralnst "them.

Urigadmrv J. J. Finley Dead.
Jackl siMl Fla Nov. $.-1%*1 th 9 l
nearal of [BrllgadH"r General J. J. i Fory
ley. a widely known confederate vet-
eran, who diedl yesterday. was held
henry today. It was attended by the
Pialey Chapter. Dauhters of the Cou."
federacy. and a battalion of cadets or
trom the Iast Florida seminary. in rm.
eral rlalry commanded the Florida
division of army of Tennesse., and
made a brIlllant re.tord. lie would
have b)cn IU4 y"arN., old tomorrow and
wat theo '-!- ii:~r ving confederate
general in F!<,:il. vl. one excrptio:.

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.As mercury will sur-ly destroy the
sense of siell aSLd completely derange
the whole system when entering It RE E I IC
through the mueotis surfaces. euch THE. CHtIMRN FAVORITI Tme
articles should ne-ver be used except -aao r vIravO as.
on prescriptionp from reputable phy- w, as N .M.Ae *tv v
sicians., as lihe damage they will do Is allr4d-Snow Lilnimeat
tenfold to the good yo's can possibly T*, LouS. MO.
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Per Kale-by W. I. Jeboe.m
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & --A --
Cu Toledo. 0 contains no merreury. f MINAUr WO
and is taken internally, acting dirret- 1-* I Ial "n s %sm
.& l. .1.., l ift ni 1miesi al t ta l ,s a l t.e tinka u r ilre

Tea ilay O

For fu
for tlekets

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(Double Truk). -.
afns dailp, It35. a. 88 p. m.. wih FlkUtlh f

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ill Informatin, ratm sand lStaplu asf O or
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Chemists Astonished I



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'OTE1) FOR sWEBitNENS Al0i PIjk.

bso ptao for this Mt at aiivoatei. dwe I*
une lawer tha others, cwaitruetd
bnt amterial. aid niot artistic
workmahmldp obtalnAble.

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v a m- 1 ..... "S 6c dUa"iI.

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a lad Cotton Seei, Bagging and Twine. Walrus
SLat;ther in trips or Sides.
SMsnSofatureos of the James Dolg Improved English
M"w lsuIad Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Pame.



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Sood shells In your gun mean a goad bt~;
Sthe field or a good scor.' at the '.t-c.
Winchester "Leadecr" and,-"
Smokeless Powder Shels ar' c .
:Always sure-fire, !iv-y, i' ja : .
spread' of shot and goed oenctraijon,
great superiority is tcstiflcd to '.; ,..
men who use Winchester Factory Lc.- KA
Shells in preference to any cther mrak,.g

mut piaso for a lifetimes
arvwis bu thfe

Mathtlwhe IL T
Mmnsn low as Isn. *admesn with qptls
Cuaf or a On oMI r Bent a Il0 dn'
WOOL We pw'r**Ib. WrOW
for wilenI TOA Y.

Ludden & Bates
Southern M sic House,
GATHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ta,

Air Line Railway
*....FOR.. .

gs Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
WSn Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ingtbn, Baltimore, Phila-
delphia, New York.

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Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


_. H Only Line Operating
Sally Tbhrk Pullmeas SMpers from Jacksonville to New Orlesa

Fot full laformatlom a"d resrvatlos e oall0 oa fL 9 !9it0d of


National, State and Congression-
al Ticket 1904.

Preldentlal Electors.
0. F. .Buffum-Franklin oouly.
Geo. K. Robinson-Marlon county.
Geo. H. tHolmes.-Brewmad county.
i. A. W. Wendell--A;adlen county.
A. M. Ouhmann-Alasehua county.
For Governor-lion. M. B. Matefr-
lane, Hilllboro.
Sefretary of s8ite-John F. Hon.
Monroe. O. Cabber.
ly, Levy.
Comptroller-J. L. Skipper Polk.
Trasurer--E. Af. Dreleford, Dads.
Superintendent of Public litruEo
Ookmmiioner of Agrhulture-J. S.
Rowley. Putnam.
Railroad Commlsioer H. J-
Ritlei., at. Johns.
Jsisee Supreme Court for Uer of
six lyeftr-W. B. Sheppard., Etsombbi.
Jutieeo Supreme Oourt-0. 8. Fssr,

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Jacksonville, Floridt,

Jas. Everard's Canada Mait
As good as any tud Ibettr than inoot
liSer. Made of IllHip and MIit
and NOT Ill(F;.

Per Barrl .. . ... $Io o
Per Dozen........ I ts


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* Dbtrmine Whether
o Was Murdered.

or e Sister Had Quarreled
"S*! Le-Ltt4 Fund in Reem
gr so Know Influential fe
lMuie n.
kk. Nov. .. With nSerf
,i her IIWtI tunil u"idr mewn
i: Uiriuiieu,., Itolt ke
* handinme )ul$ng tralnod
p rrfound dead lannday In her
'the c.ronr1er hias aikedm thei
1 ok for a mail with whom
S.oqiliuteit Who iiay be abloe
!plhnles about tho ending of
.sW the tralily l'uka like *
Si-d thu pilico at first so
tIl thi, r y. beollvvhig he hbd
im-ir biy turning on aeiht p.
. Later, however. they d4
I|t0as 4t make them uawill.


r |t'h eam*e don aa o* of
0,uei$$ unatl they Iohave teL
m nature of thie mystery.
Soshotoler hessa iomvnt
e Sliager pmDlet ean .t he
On. that m ust as pottne0 to
fJ Their orlgual belief. for


softauuae eusu w
*W*>U-- o~ wet*M

"lam seamy f"r
.. i l Pa it

A ?iBilim li Ncr fIc.
An **A *mq _0|eI

" mnp m r. i. In.I ,,I i., I. -
I'* l t.A1 f i I1. hotlIs ti
KA~L~l A CO., **b lA^. fl. s

Watters Pree; Woman Held.
Now i,,lk, Niev. 8.--.The flve wait,
Prs w ,v wtert arr.%ted in th' slarl
bonisnth rithtinltolr Thur(day owven
ins w rt llharbr.d rl by Mlagistrate
Barlow in the Jeff- r.,on marketet courk
on tho ground if0 there btnlag no ei|l.
donce to huld them. Miss Nellie No-
lsa, the eicater checker, of No. 348
Welt Fbrty-third street, was held In
SM ball on a short aldtvlit for ftPe

other e ilanlstioe.
SMotthers Pral. It.
Mollhem everywhere paie Oee
Miltus* Oough OCre for those slriap
it has relle4 at4 the live of their

* lVaver was fbon on the little see s has aved. A rnel.
i ble, where It had bee een l r *oghe, erop osd whooplag
, gh. A. L. Spfford, pesmastmer, or
Sei es wo ha a Chest er, Mish eip "Our little girl
S some e who throttled was u o eemlo from saIegulals
f her the pat0l* dof idrin a sdden sad terrible attesk of
r t tlilng somy. elatched OMolD. OneMines 0.o0g Cane qelek
*I th's, the pollo0 werO Not II rllredad ld *orqd her, ad I mamMot
i loa deBaftely, but they do- praise It seeo t4ily." On Mimese
t iIt was s*uelde It w as o o=h Vcr t e s e sll .ouh makes
',et remarkble and cS4ld* t, rtlg nsuawaou. piegi, dIve
I' the e, ,. ou lsltammatloe. ld remove eey
It '%ey MA Tr krinoww ami oft a eogh anl stralina on lungs.
.w. Oas e who had OOSlv 4 old bi all drunlsts.

wpmlas mer to be on term ofl
with lnflueatial pereoms liv.
*the, fshloabte ftorteonae is
.ad Westminster Club, of LAm-
i.t.t deod la her bed early
OWas. The folding of her boyt
as all-day seart for a leak
Spa pipes of the apartumet
-. After eve n boars athee we
to iM. Smith's apartment. and
Is were forced.
P- hournd that from eight gas
-! g was pouring. She was
I the bed with ar am under
bil the room iu Ia dl

'peil(e were then called la. SadW
rtMed that she had only beeo I
*tlaoce. last Wednesday. whea
Lwo was known as Mr. Nelson.
it fOr iher. 14i hld visited
Swas not mem since rrtday
th. tllboUah Priday might thee
Si,. company In the apartment
*Ifk wine and made merry. That
r.40 lM t sign of life In Miss
S sKIo learned that the dead
rhad llIlaS nearby a slater, with
.he had quarreled over a youan
ra.m this sister the police
the history of Miu S mith.
iiNthk Wolfe, the sister, ad. to the pollee that she
ed with her ester.
It was becanae of a young man
,OtlUa iHolka thought I was
Sll eat." shl e sid. "We
.iving h*re together, and I
Mm.ilsle, ier that I hbad no tn.
.e ung mant but she grew
every day, and llnally
to he other apartment."

Is. abolwqlI Impoulble irf
be prmqent. Many ler-
NIM liver mad kidney com.
,ipnrog fromnegle ted eon.
Scek a deplorable onddi.
lt*Mesi y. There is a Oa n
!Berb le will spedllly meuy
0. A.A Lindei P. 1. B.roa-
i."tselFebI7 190021: "Haow-
i rM e., I Hd d it a fine med-
.lb _a"i liou." 6ae bottle.
W.. n. Johmoo.
ApansS Vistts Charleston.
tt.. 8. C., Nov. 7.-Charlea
i 41u visited by Mr. Soj!ru Yo-
of Formosa, Japan. who is
, starsg of th Prormosa exhibit
..Lt Loui fair. Mr.' Yokoya
to0 Charleston to visit the ex-
ht farm of Prof. C, u. S. heb
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IOpea September 19, 1904



E. A. WEIL & CO,

of All DueIptleUe.

Sole Agents forX ONACE and 07n*I.
Il QUALITT Shoes. Every
pair waranted.

J. MinS,.

a ACgnt

Ceaer Grove ad CTIras st ireSw.

Pho lio

P. OJ k i-

Prsb Ever DaiMy.
DeUvered so AU Parts of oiy.

FaniAng Ipleisuta

1* inVin, tatig t-.

Bought lan Oar Lots. Sold Ina ny

AtldlA. Toll
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nIu, A~OCIoniT 8MUX^H

V. L. .. I. I. .. 11.LVmi
Via L No BeBe

Klxeutiou ticket now o Oale dali
from Jflkeonville lo St. Louis &ad re*
4(.S--Tieket o limited Deebotter 1.t
.RO-Ttkets limited stiy t..7
$.0--Tleket Ilmited Aftla l*ap.
CornspoaIlOg low rate from ethe.
ol*e, The L.& N. Is THE BEST
iNE to St. Lou"s.
Sop-rer privilege llowe at the
world's famous Mammothl Cave I
either direetiou wishoat extra ebrge.
or r es, *hedalsi sad l1eeplaO ear
rewrraslas apply to '
GEO. E. HERRINO.o ia. Pm. Agl.,
m W. Bany s.., Jashei lle. u
0. L. MTOE. G. P. A.. LeulsvWl, Ky.
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Faust beesr,bhlesaeat'daght. PD' Titl sw atg
fall to esit m when s JS*oSV
Beet or.od Bad. Dmoneete. Llme K N.

nine rI shfer city. Abes hat of 'flS for EW
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lniren with (Ukshma1 & 1 tll.
.1 NWihsts o( laetns il was
1 a litere4 a( t i, U n1tt i Ii.)1r )II o r.
l' a eSS l K i S ki R
i' vr ls I t'rm ff rtil ,, I et,4 .
IPi gF I 1v' rlprnhinIliI I t*ilii t oI
tlhits lly a ti., \V W N. S1thate of TAl-
Itall sgt t INtatt| ;qluplrriIt gs 4 ,'fk
P'i ll )iv n tr)t f im wh o wI in 1 1 r1 -.
driPO' hter, a11A l'Afa r ite \ In" Ill,
ftriit, Welre gt l tolll t eo i, ll'
Thursday ,:I,;s,,,

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Amo 1, isi "harsve4 vllitKg hdfi mlal'M p
w. a uis $, a ""e ts n om mso' t ihast th ng 't
,nit < ag.M rni. 1ai pricftes tawwhhllglalpe l
#T 1 i ,vt) snt i \\ dlittivt Irilaimtins, W WM lll I I
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Sr iir Af idse *th sg tlitlwV t h.1 g iK
fr,. 1 e l .m1nessevio t'. l a l'It IrI.**l t J It ltratn w of Altelitaa. oi tof
1 1 isfOo n .tld',uI n. (r lo tl t i,. ,, W p ki~wn buitn Ilen
nn'duetq r Italih I e,,t it.n> of ihe.IsA ttl 1 l llt i he, o ltr Wa
H1 If 1do ,Attransuat intg btssig in ts %ieaol yr ter. |I
II.. flhl id (.oaall t I ithli lia) al ital, 11 il1 ill.1
S' Lure o t isle Oily Moi Jm. Ilyiti is on. (Phte lophve \lsthenr iI $rciuvkmd
,", of te ellver l iin mst popular l ritlophyr wthme hti un turp d|
o n l uif doundsooism 0midant,.. I sailm t ron t Mi ea p o. w e iotw d l*
Sideslmtiaed to he am, a favorite wih tlht noihl he presohed en *elrMet sad is*
1 trnvelarnttil publs, prewsioe seir o in the Miesopy n
travelig pblicbylerlan church. His keaero wef
l, lip lUnited lStates Marshal H. S. greatly plaed, and exteed a i 0.
A hb AL pJl Uhamben ofr 4,ala. on. of the most dial luvitaions to Mr. Maeesi n wt
a n n prominent of fleals in the tf tae, was *o e au.
I IS 5 jjEamong the tiiStlol to this oily fl7tefl Ameg the uisits to this etty ,-W
AD day. Mr, Chavmbe. is an w11clenst o. tolesay we J. A. MeiI, eeu -
B eer, ad is *otinuallp doing Rood Rebsle.l t beSe taM tsh u
,,.. work it this mon. oeoaIUpte = t oie umpl. the AtMa.
l-". -Mrs. J. A. Amemo.s has resumed to US Omi Lie at1 Thtly. Mtr., MWU
0mm lli ,04 0w" a Btmbegiher ke rnl raimhl eity In"fro ther mrhstn, ifell9sMpw 94 W mip n Mmo
.. A UU I 1U T .I. T .1 ownnd of Lake IMstler m w hen i bu.m o hab i so pswhm h ptd w8ll a N f, 4 t
tlreister. d at Ohe Brown House y-ter ply of # atbnt&iq 04 poeft o TW ll ma ft *W 111161
CONDENnSED o 9 9 3 *6 1 *2 M d
I,.m N____ Novmhber 10th we will haves a lot of e 4b .. a ,v II i i1 I -,
fine mulps s*isable for all purpose. SAtoS. The lay S ve ll bmes el e ml U* ,i
If PMr Iatat OathG & Crawford & IDavi. pipl irbeh ie *il a. doebtl l .b ols tmms m i 3
p by Or Repwtjgs FAr lent-Slore formerly osenld ou**Mp.d OT ChM depsW s sT
by i rh.r Bros. Address Mr. J. Ms O.l. iC B. oDel we lat e 1t y JeketStle, twhesn e .u ms b
Brooks. eity. d or l. S ra n, hsvlbg e t thMe p6W 1 i MO W, 4V
AND WOCtAL ITIMS 8. i., Turner and Walter Turner of hbem to vget. 1 ws oly a few ttr lM rd Vb. M ill WI wmI pf
Aln ituopy were among toes who paid mOuths qp 4thts he MS *so dtk D testl taHft. u, wto
the Mappsoedand What Is Going tais.ville a viilt yesterday. som to his ueasty home, bem his **M m e my a be W q
W0pen ToM le Atm' Paragraphs Mis Estelle Mfathews. ehannlfmig la hbd etm bem lton mmiee. peIa tO hs tlaehewM M
.TW "He Whe Runs Maye Red' young lady of Mi lanopy. favored FrIded *imod-tsanl uelly elul itm a he des of atlag his WIS fb1b
.Th-Me W n .raineville with a vislt yesterday. will sw "tn same to ebsge his t e ,in fIt u
h kIJou I.. hIi the eeler 3 ad fagr 3S4"ibsl L e will nsum.e to4 a If
wiMll Cashmam l. .,nItr mmai of Newberry. was itreame hie elomat horm ho m-ead It m be* hwe eM M ff|
maewpapers for sale at 'he Run ing business in this ity yesterday. Iloed e I Tbos will e
so"." -"" ....m C o N oror
tvorge Ellis departed yesterday for
'asWonderful Salve for Tsaw* Trlab7, where thn west In the intense Thsuwill aesIl me s
,r u. , thel Foridi. ny. tlsea Int U A V` U WeUeM ,t i 3
sFraukle Dell is stendsing a few o tile Floridaruuierfi3f&s g t
with iMod end s Deals. i A lmpay RI[
"" A. K. Morris of High SprinRs. Fr rent-One nicely furnish ed
i bppi. in ke oity yesterday. room, m e, o nvenient lo atloc In
is iitnor to this ity yesterdlayI, ormLT h nice. i f
.W in.Susra o11sr. ant pMrp W. H. Van Ns etty ofI J K E T
[3us D. W. Tompkins of Miemnopy Mr. at Rite W. H. a Neus of
spftprK W.topit yo y esoeray North Uslnesville are rejoicing over TUE B US ST"
shopping In tihellc tyYestcrday, sthe advent to their home of a fine boy.
4.&.. A.e.ker of l.olheilo wallm Fi ds .nd congol.llu.n D U IWO Aion.g l K a .
- ineso in t c yest.o,, h rday." iroveof M. oro..T ON K EmEaPaSgEwUmSY.
Id .V.. r .. S f kso waof the giunny South lHotel and a pro. bu n a
at the Browu ouse ester- ressive merchant of st p lace, was
transaeting bulinese in this city yes-
-tA ,e eriffit. c n. Chev h s re- erday.
from a brief visit to Jackson- ,Irrry Ib. olsn hba returned from One Prie to All.
R4m Ret-'Stor Royal Cook former- business for the Wade & MeNair
e.Addres Thomas "V. Por- land Company ftor the pas t two or KIRTS, JACKt,.o
Ville. R .yl(o three dayt. 8WoArSd a e ha be WKA OLOYM,
alter. Will be old cheap. Ap- trhe Earnest I workers will meet at oHOreIRY, o001Sr,
05Ikc of0ie. it the home of Mrs. (1. W. Hyde this at- IRKSS GOODS, SILKS
V. (Obos of Pal.ks and T. non .at half-past three. All the me- Have just put in a full TRaIus1e ILcaC.
v Oats were registered as the n *re urged to present, s there is line of aill the popular styles. Es ooWIDNUIPS,'
eg;Istor s batedld r mnritd. It is conceded to be the nmot WOOL uAl 00W ON VmSm
". J.." Finder all t 01 W. "Dick." the fine pet rat terrier be. popular Coet on the mao. TABLE LINEIS. DOILIW,
!stunet. Reward. 1o0, Ily to Mrs. Joe A. Eeli, had the TOWELS, SPREADS
Ilhase Smith.a charming poesog misfortune to break its hip yesterl y, ket today. Would be pleased w sP s a.. ,
net Wceahuss, is in the city on a emused by being run over by a stn. t0 s4how you. RUGS, All SiAesT S n
Was M houa Gesril t Mixton, "aDick" is a manful little animal, how. PQRTIKRES, BLANKETS. C
a 0. Reagan. wife and three ever, and bears his pain well. Ilis be- WINDOW HlfADES.
Ntm o1 OasIs were regstered at lieved 1e will be out in a few days. The Celebrated O
iMis Frlore Tuorner of Jaksonvllle READ T ,,HIS.. f at dc... -,u ... P- th Lo*we Pasi.
glad ei a er to welcome Redhone, Miss.. Sept. 24. tow. Why pay $500when $2.65 wbuy Mt ia. W WI JN.
to herold home. l)r. F. W. Hall. St. louise. lo.--e)ar ine sinus of goods? .... A ...... ....
rSir: In reply to yours of a recent
s d iTylor, formerly of Albion, datle in regar to the emffloieneoy of Besutiful Line of "
*._ raidiux in JackeDnville, was ittr-t nipsr 4* k' '
thme who registered at the Haill's i oreat Iisovery as a kidney
Hue e esterd the e I can safely say that it is well Fe
named when they call Ita Wt D Ei ,..

'.. Chamberlain of Tacoma was I have suffered with a weakness from Now on Display.
8laglln theeity yesterday. "Dolph." the kidneys for years and have tried
1is familiarly known, is one of the all advertised remedies for the om- GENTS AND CHILDREN'S t
Stared men ln Florida. well as physicians, ad Haill's G "i "1
ateol, f(urmishedi rooms for Texas Wonder is the only thing that CLOTHING
f aths, hot and cold. electric or hat giren me relief-I ought to say. Just received and th a sme will be ar t tta
t.Mlttef, fire. eto. Apply Mrs. M. has effeeted an absolute eUre. |l i rit li u
te%w. 408 Ent Main street. N. Repetflolly. sold ast Reket price. D
!a0 HOAN.-.
V.,.Herlong, the e1esie lumber O cul ,ist..
fetMun,,r of eilamy. was a busi- A TEXAS WONDER. Our store is running over rh e, fe 4...
vlSitor to this city yesterdayThe One small bottle of the Texas Won- with gOod things at low (rormerI n w. tUh St. New Vor.
1I of Mr. Herlong is now residing dW e Go DiWoery, *uS allp fc I WILL Viftr
der, Hall's Greas Discovery, sures all prlo%.amIwL.v11t
Kidney and bladder troubles, remove talanvilge 5vt I Ib an 1Y
10 $4 76 to Tamps and return vira v Bre diabt esmolaa sea Ty 14vhastatw *l
11. ,n saIu gravel, Cures diabetes seminal calm-
CL OOsti line aount Southon,weakand lame beks,. rheuma- FURNITURE DEPARTMENT' rd*p le.Ul sl H
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