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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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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A The b iti to bare been
$aeeagty lu lsegil .
It sarted a a ma 'of boxes,. bar
S. ,r .bOO eho ftrni tar e whieh layI
||p|p,! Uted bagi the stairway leadlg
M teJt.ohu 2%The mtU is s aod
Sih toW l p pl s a toaatity eatthered hyt
se eI4 M .b. them t A the bhoe Tor an
Mev qleothoa. boatire, Iut itakea away trosm
thm by their Olden. Most of it
m Il p wa keromeanaeil.

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M NOW Yor., Nov. 11.-Thuas Tag.
OW*U ,trhatr. M1an of the DInioeratic usa.
Wflt tr a Utal committee arrived here today
to after an eaa6ee of several weeks in
t adant. 'He went at once to nation.
@P A'S r :m:m-" bedm hfdo tera where% he conferred
W ith e tary Woo.dta and maid that
"luter f he might have something to
sy.. Mr. Taggart said that 4'e
S Tho. remaIn l town for some time.
'hti gl antd Chraal Taigart had a l on con.
satoa . ,re fltar ee with WIItlam F. Shehain and
,,rne et ".oli . "reW Au., ouM atud it W ano.
l... "Wu i* iaeusiy. |d that another mnaettlng oulll
Sow.eare to be h ld later In, the lay when Auqut
'"et-' ,etn wlJ1t and Plance> Mcotl are ex.
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^fedmei. kt week. Iov

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b" O 'A I et ta"' -
f. he .--*evets ann

Sato the camp of West
SI A aN met 4tke Park. A
e" them wee trippingn tot
Otue Is a large patcb, whew
St flra e ee white M*m made
:r liberty. All managed to
(<' Omp e of the aegroea wOrt
S let said the white man had red
il~ e .a was about 1 years e4. None
iO en haove beet eaptWred as yet.

Kllaed t Anaway' Aeue.ent
AtheO, O. Nov, 11.-Frank Uruoas
F ulDaohew of OGeneral Charles II.
awOvenor, w"a lstaaUty killed in a
1Iaway aSiedcit Is Rome township.
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ptedn to ue pbertvnT.
After thbq0 ornIng conferePce Chair
man TagNat was asked how he as
eonmted for the Roosevelt landrlild
of Tuesday.
"Ob. there are not enough Demoe
tats"* he replied.
"Will the party W1 reorgaal:ed?
"There la no need of re-organlza
uom. What we need Is more Demoe


South Carolinana Have Dispute and
On* Is Shet
New berry, 8. (.. Nov. 11.-A lele-
phone message from Sahlda conveyed.
the news of the killing or Joe DenmainR
Willis. a young Man, by John Berry,
The homicide occurred about 10 mIles
from Sahlda courthouse, at Berry's
The particulars of the killing are
very meager.
Flom what can Ie lterned., however.
It apI ars that the 1wo men who
had bad som eprevtmus mlsunderstand.
lngnA. met near the t'roamwlads. Wii1^
beltin entoute to the ip ls to votr.
Berry i1 sald to have raised hi.n hot.
gun tnd leveling It at i i.lls. aid;t
"*Now. Is ySinr time,' ,"
Wills thrvw u: t i rt&ht htal an.1


pa 1 MILITARYV FilBT REPORT. ammaam M soa m-.m a Km

SlatistOs Regarding the Coat, St, of
Maintailing Our Army.
Washlngtun. NoV. l*.-The annual
report of General P. C, Alnaworth, the
military secretary of the army, the

Iral lsued from his office since Its
oroation by oougrosssat its last W*.
laon gives the total strength of the
rmay si the close of the last flial
ear of ,871 oaceris ad 8,OM4 eanlt.a
ed men. The kes t of offiera from
leath, dismissal, relirenueut and other
Sues. was 145. The number of *aft
istId men lost by death ws 456.
A reduction lan te number of maf
arial fever cases at Westal Point Is at.
ributed to an attack made on thi me n.
ittoes. Speaking of the disaolpida
it the aoets the report says it Is
eleaved that th elose obweviate of
he regulators Kgovernlag the trat-
m tt of ftrth-elam mea Isdue a
Nmus to a inereaalag dispoulUoa to
rVd ready obedissoe to authority as
o the fear of the results of 4 sobe4l-*
see. The average coat of subltlasti
SetsU was lated to be 4,38 east,
Last L. events the prvkmop year.
:This larease in eoat, the report rt.
itfa. was partly due to the unusually
ilb prices of all food supplies and
PalWy to the malnteaance of an extra
able darlag the active athlete s*aa
I= and to the visits of listructton
made by the clauses during the year.
Of the 27,390 reeninta enlisted dur-
Ig the last fiscal year 3,662. were
oraela born. Complaints as to the
vumber of unsatlefactory recrutis are
aid to have been unusually numerous.
Speaking of the millia. It It said that
ory satisfaetary progress tas been
made towards bringKlg the organlted
Wihtia. repecting aramament, equipW
eait and dlisipUne, uip to the stand-
*rd of the reqilar army. The total
if" 6.G officers and 83.1r)? enlisted
aen of ibe militia organlxatons were
Present at the In.pections.

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Arizona County Treasurer Found by
Hls Daughter.
Proacott. Arlt.. Nov. II.-James i..
Storm, county treasurer of this county.
baa be-n found locked in the sidel
vault of his office, bound and gagged.
with $15.000 missing from tho cash
fnnds of the treasury.
MrA. Blor had been un the vault
16 hours when found by his datshter.
Hie ays that about 5 o'clock W ednes.
day afternoon, while seated In his
office, two men enter-de the door with
handterchIefs tied over their faces.
and pr:'se ',.nlK a revolver to his head.
ordered him to throw up his hands.
Btornm cju:aplied. and the two men
closed tlib door of the office and pro-
duced ;rihn baImUna wire. with which
thoy .ecurely bound his face and
bands. They forced a handkerchIef
Into his mouth and pushed him into
the vault
After gathering up 15.000 anid let.
surely ransacklng the office for more
money, the men closed the dour of the
vault, lock 1 it andt departed.
Storm was unable to give any nac
curate description of the men.


Plans Suggested for Southerners to
Macon, Ga.. Nov. tl.-There was no
rajoloinS la pollclteal circles Thursday,
There w0a a note or despondency
sounded among prominent Democrats '
On every hand this expression, 0o
something to the samO effect, wag
*"What ia the use for the south to
continue to play the mendicant? Fot
ffty years phe has whopped and hurl
rahed for the principles on which the,
republic wasn iillded. and it l i Imo
sible for he' oRet anything she ad,

"We must organize a southern par.
ty. The Democrat c(n nev.r win
because they are friendly to the south,
If the south breaks away and unit'v
its forces (i a separate party. It wl'
be strong enough fo wield the )alanct'
of power, and It will In that way" et.



eioved Commonder of Port
Arthur Will Captulate.


Japanose Soldiers Are Angry Over tha
Way the Russians Have oen Treat
lng Their Wounded Men and Are
Seeking Revenge.
Toklo, Nov. 10.-10:4 a. o.--it
reported that Generalt ISwtssels, sm,
manding at Port Arthur. haq asked
the Japanese lor an armrstlee, t0,
purpose for which Is not stated. A
eooaflrmatloa of the report is awa*
talanble. It is hoped here that G0o.
emll Stoessel will capiIlnate before the
city proper is taken.
The Japanese *solders are anury acB
lAflamed on account of the alleioi
abuse of their wounded by the IM.*
slams. They believe they will be 1r-
If captured. Under theme aot
a It will possibly be difficult to
Id massacre when the trogp
meeteln the final combat.

Toklo, Nov. 10.-r-9:30 p. m.-A ir
port from General Nougt's headquarnt
before Port Arthur dated No. 9. say:
*'The enemy'a military warehouse it.
mated on the northern part of Port
Arthur was bombarded Nov. 6 with
heavy sldge and naval Runs. ThI.
bombardment canned a conflagratloM
On the afternoon of Nov 6. aa-
glnea of an old battery on Sung Chbo
mountain were -xtuied by war shabl
Manchurlan hearliqartiri reporttg
Nov. 9. say-:
One the nalht of Nov. X. theo two
companies of the enemy attacked ot
otItpolst.s. but were completely re

All hi quiet in nth,-r dir'cttRons.

Chel Foo. Nov. In .--NXn.-Itd
mountain, according to Chinesf. 10
of whom arrived here today from Pprt
Arthur, Is proving a costly obstaleo
to the Janapnese. On ithe morning d
Nov. 3 and 6 desperalti aanit lluon the
position were made by the Japanea,
who were relulsed. IDuring the *ec
oad a-sanlt a shell, snaring over the
other hill !from Palichisang. dropped
on Itze mountain anti demolished a
land line. ProftrollIng the station and
exploded other mitno, The lHRu9ianS
were holding thi6 trenches on the boas
dary of the mi:ned itlon. Six of
seven were killed. The Japanese 0not
having reached tilhe place, were unhurt.
Itse mountain owo:t the belt pair
of itd strength to tihe iculIar to raphy ot the iurrouIIndlng country.
which prevents a irlect artillery StN
and doe.s not enable the Japanese 14
advance trenches with the success er1
dent elsewhere


Convicted of the Murder of His Wit
at Chatloettesavills.
Charlotteeille. Va., Nov. 11.-Aftef
ovirruling five motions for a new trial
Judge George Watts Morris, of the
Charlottenvill, corporation court bhS

meatenced J. Samuel McCue, formeO
mayor of this city for three tIrml, to
be hanged by the noeck until be 10
Judge Morris disposed of the oUb
Sections in their order. The first wM
the reading of newspaper by the Jury.
After the judge had overruled all okb
Jectlonas, Mr. Coleman, of the defentM'.
moved and arrest of Judgment for er.
ror apparent on face of the record.
claiming a discrepancy becailte th4
Indictment charged murder IlimlY.
while the verdict read, "(;ilty of mar
der in the Arst d<,gree."
JIiuldt Aiorris then sentenced him ti
be h(i;t".1 on Jan in. 1905,. Mtc(
said 1t was innocent and an appeO1
will w' takLen
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NWeM mu,.Npewt' Was S ee,.
V9qSS Wr, Pa egn *t Big Oost.
S6Sg( SaO sds te o 'ho Annal
tbe n el4 balbes. m, seog of ike
tmtbw of lh. 44teas ChOrltian
OblerkalaNwvllk woio held i ithe
*mh**, Zest Maim dwit, Monday
0t*1wf, Sad WM well asutmded.
fta til- 1S Ir. 1 d4 9Mh' year for
POS dS' 4NS95 OS to ph' lnUs) eon-
e m *t eltIoua of hurIol4 oMears,
se 1tassmtlSlo.of sy other busi
V& tSla might some up for oonslder.
Tk*'pirsp of the sopamlIseva mud
pVim of She *work showed thse husrh
* 1oe f .xslleat ondidom. flinap.
f IN **~wmi* ,with in *Io **
tip, Id all. 'le chushk ad
ib wom rf0 ted Is the most

Stelfnad *tunay of
pWia,*pat **(o oraieat
S, fm s o J. V.

w '. wil es.
:pnni ,, iee^ ehpeh
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1 i Fire P tad a oietW is Nmap
blewwit vr 11' Th.-t 0 cry of
i y, .r V ., by hoi OWe Thtila theatre dir.
,. wth.t maemmi oa "KID Lear"w
aSS flJ, i. .W for fully live
'i.1 5.aa. M eaInd 4w0 safety r two
'11-.Ud p"-on. '
,..e f was only quelled by the
S4S.mll of Manager L@
tfWSr$, who leaped to the atasuo
0jt shoel khast th0 cry was a fall
ptm mad that thors waas no Are any.
W ihawo, IW the h ow
S .,,t!, rtpeMt Sad earnaq4t asuranri
'., te, trlrghtsni4 people and avert.
*S : Ma tu sh 'P the which had
drhady begW.
The peopi who ha cerowdt Into
t. stM. begaA to file quietly back
$ge hi their pimps and hundreds who
s''" ad tt prng. iterror-stricken. to their
tSw (fee talmy resumed thetr toa l.
*oW to the TWobe court. w bre he was
".' *elg&0d bofortoe MZa;!iate Cornell.


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Soue th Government.
uealoat, Ala., N(vA. l..-JL'eo
aWe, of the Christe. Low* A Mey.
wotih uopany, who constructed the
0oeatt .looks Nos. 4. 5 and on
.Wa l artr rivor,. i la thecity ad
0" it tlr the sum or zlhT.z$o for
I, ians itwurred by the above
m cs0aa of emthe loek
A Styled aig'rs EapulutuSm.
J e* Wt' l.t i it 1 ,',,, In the
gte .ruomt of .y r, .." vItrth A
dIt)tk Or Jo l.:;uinue.,ia ,n. ztatii Afrl'a.
asu'twe h iT!.t .; ."~"ty In getting
5lt Smn,. %'Iay. wo.fa tily of ll trau.s
ima dki a trn'mnuI .1s t41 of .tittuiige at
4Lght. lyjinir itipt i! .b y. At lengt is I
pUt In tli t3ln0u .n t. iLbout two ff. t d,'. ;i, l inl It plint t-1
atetly ot o IntrerAi'ld in U.I chlace,
.ellaibid, uti' otm ti.itde' of the tPs>x Mau,
hdvilUS got i hyd'C. Coml d tnMt aactnd the
dik4wry tin IlltaU. In tll1 4 way we
kill"til a Krt ia iiuy. *
"te Itoruni n Iyt c1ioltcI totk a
eat. while wa a v htebiNtl t (| tew tnn. wlwr, ttl(r war
Olrdy a goiod s is t r n. T, w he et. In-
te.d ort taukilrut thlo.rnt. appeari)nl to
uike friends whii t. They put lbeir
Oifl together nitd friskhdl arouail, but
kio honru waP dtme. nIPd eventually the
a"t jUtmped out, refusti to t .ickle the
"Te children liOwn put In a keen
lAseshttand. Which inmelhately snap
pad st lts rnt nat suismtl It. Thie r t
ora around thie box two or three tinm w
44 t 1W h-everly. aud eventually. by
UMl cia on thit* da,:'s li.'k. radroitly
jaewSl out of 14J box and escaped."

Arn cure lidint lon'ato m) soo form i of otaao
trouLii blliki'traut oa l ki Ut r. Italrt wi

4N jail of
t {^& A~f~lii ; c r. rbn't L,* 1 a-u rj i n v t8

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Hloiy Saing School

Shoe For Bopa

8tylihh, Oopfortable, Maealsh Shape,
bull with stout dole and Tosgh Upper,
The only kind of Shose modem boys want
satd huuareds of wide-awake boye are buy.
aX thlwr Shote here. They like the style.
fits, wear and pries.

V J $1.0, $1.25, 1.50, $MOO and up

r We arry All Klnds of "

Good Dgsirable Shoes
For Men, Women, Girls, Boys
) and Infants ait Money-Saving
Prices very day. Give

YTe'll Fl4d the febes We Hell Messy W ater.




Take The Atlantic Coast Line


Via Via Via Via
DoS Iptf P. A l0 0 I IpaI. Of
NorEth 2: East ort ""f v West : :";'
S o I oS or i ea1 hp Jaulk'vlltM
J achU'late J akUoM tves Lin Unoatsoe'
Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table ia effect Sept. 1. 1904.
Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive Fref
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8i4pm Hligh Spring and later- 10: IOaM
Daily mediate Poilte Daily
1: 40 pm Oealas. Leesburg and Tampa, and 8:40 pm
Daily I Intermediate Polant Daily




Plaftka, Daytona, Jsaokonville,
,Nornh, East and West

High Spriqp, Wayeros. Savannah. Bruaswiek,
Albany, Atlanta, all Points North. East West

Daily helle, Mlieanopj

r and Citn

1:60 p a

3i1 pm

9:58t al

S:l00am 7=20p
Damly High Sprinep e x.
ex .Uonda BO d
Intenhanpable Mileage Tlekes, good over 13,00 O lmu of among the pdAV
sipl railway. lathe Soathern Seateg, are on ale by the prlanlpIl a entS.
Through Pull i l la ptr Port Tamtpa to New York. evi Atlanti sei-
Uine; al8m via stlantIe Cornt Line and Soathern Railway.
For eompets In rormation. e11l on
J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent. OEJaInsvlo.

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RUm Ahead of Democratic
Thket and Buffsm That of
MpJudge Masson and Sam by
fi ownd on County Ticket.
Sessuniiing board nietl il
poo's ofe iyesterytny nd
A return4o ol tihe selection .
lhioa county on Nuvutesabr
iPg g thebi result: I
pl(ial Eleoiorm (Veii ) f nvmrol'rFA filar

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Sold by All Druggists.


WiVlliam Ia3e'r, ofr .1t. Carroll, Ill.,
Who lost hlu l :mie an election bet,
hung hIlu: 1r.
Frank Rush. (if tif. Charles. Mo., is
under arrh.t, chargedd with killing J. A.
'l...l. ..f 1 i-..0..

Mleyers UL lllItIt0e.
As a rchult of a loomotiUvo explo
aloe. Firetan Jne 's Poster, of South
Norwalk, toinn., s e^%a4d.
A young white man named Will
Blanche, nsW caught In the machinery
of a Kti at Dudiley, S. C., and killed
Charlt' Chlt hil'm. a young white
man of Atlanta hai hern arrested.
charged wit stealing $l 00 from .a
A. T. (lat, t-i n of a millionaire
merchant. of iluloana. lMont., dropped
dead ui~t atoftr I;' hnad cati his ballot
on elvt ion day.
Germany h13.. atpproipri'tedl $20,000,.
Ru0 to lie , m in .-iuprtr'sting the up-
risIng uf the eiaiives rn ner colonies
In BS4iith AIr.-a.I
Chris Youn..,r. who, for ten gears
bha been et ei 'cted with the cintont
house at San Francisco, has been ar-
rrested for embezzlement.

It Is ~sll by his friends that 1'rel-.
dent Roosevelt Is friendly to the south
and will try to avoid all friction and
not stir up the race qunetlon.
Herbert Kuck. a 14-year-old boy ol
Savannah, Ga., is dead from lockjaw
as the result of injuries received Is
a football game two weeks ago.
Governor J. H. Peabody, Republi ca
governor of Colorado. has been do
feated by Alva Adamn. Democrat. Al
the olier ulfflc is wnUt Republican sad
Rooaevelt carried the state by a Iood
Thomnia M. Bell. the Deocratle ca
didat tfor congr*ssa from the ninth dil.
trict of (sirgila. defeated the Repub*
lican car.diidatl by a gied majority.
This was the only real contest for
congressional honors In the state.
Three men were killed Jn a buggy
usle to wrap a wtre cable on the New
suspension bridgP at 8teubenvllle. 0..
Wednesday. The rope; which support
ed the httgity. lgroke. and the men wr*
precipitated to the ground and kit',
Thb dead body of Mrs. Henry UI
Donaldaon. wife of Professor H, nr
H. Donaldson. of the lUntutrety &
Chicago, was found hanging by a r,.,
from a rafter today In the basemen.'
of the Donaldron residence In Chica
go. It Is brl;eved that aho enden t her
life while ,erane*d from melancholia

To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Latative Bromo (Quinine Tab-
let. All druggliet refund the money
if it failed to cure. E. W. (Irove'*e *I-
nature i on each bot. 2A e.


wIvr*rP T a ll*uHre at a Blrets .i ad
N t! [;"l. 'itl a' fb Fit- ..-.1 Iii ir: V 'u I |ii lItn r
g,4|t )l r I n lth. l'i'r-.I3 tr. .i i ,j.lL.; l.
'f 2(t'i'tSII91. 1r .'i'tI 1. it,,r .. l $1 t,%4,a
Iohl of A it -i. ; l..r n. l
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H t xit, *ii.asb' 3. ;.iIn i ite 1.i1'1liil it
Up tiij t t I it ili'uIv, ,:1 lll
wl i,> 1 j a iir:i<'l I4. ''ry 'ril 'filly lil.
I1 '*. I't i. l i' iWl' i 6 Ike1 f rtr l.r.
At* S..- i tt<* 1i0
*I .. VA I :it i *'! a I. l I i I lii fi tlim
l i .ll I (i$' i t;:.t.t 1 ,ilt r il I' "I
lLu i Mr. I 1., 1 liii, -lf Iim llS W : ulll
I tt.< I0:ii: t ;.' <41. l'it 41,|tiii l pi a rIt' i' il
%I '. '-. l lt,,.i ,l1i ll, o o oit -u %% 0I.o k) H 'rlelal
.irE .rihli ltlti l lSi4, l.hi,* I, i 1.i l tlvell.
tii 11 lii "?M.1' ti .It IfI.ltIi l iq< ii.alr ,"
sir. T'iith e'. 'n,. 1 o wrote it liotk

imi" I l "t '3 .r ;', ti I Iaji,. JIlIJr'Il of
1tii& ' i iinei i,(,;l i'' ," frilti tilse
Ivxt l'atl;n 1'.\l I, '"The Lirl ink
-l ii ..Sti%,12 Ii l.elilt thatl feitr lhiltii Hilt
lit nli l h rtt t Ipei., his im m .rry." Mr.
HI *t.ll (', 4 I, (;Itiiitr ih'xt il('rtlrinWO. c t.eIch
*timittlit.d t ii.(i fri(Ii ithr.< to eight
'jtdi4.i lut Illt lit * t ll r vseritoni h li> con( titnel 't
orrislnti Ivalitioi m;ii*t of the wholee'
i trriiael t l titi, rldliiji l bete'ti A
swrint'i oni Milplitlvw I 2-. 'was ashldl-
vilekd llhe Meivello- ., ihili.' 4)thisl
text, iulr0,et., Mr. Il- mtoai'reached four

lt i mio1 tlha ilouhitfutil whether any
brain cr learim snuth of the Tweed
could hLas e tod l instrail of sucb
dlseourwse, Itut a Scotch preacher,
not In the 1. iin-i't eil-igneriti age ltai
ItNl known tou reicli trom rve to sit
bours at n stretch, and sometwimw
when one preacher liid lfintel1d 11is
mseron awnther would begin aid thet
would be an suiteslon of prncbebs
delivering seniion upon s ourmt til
the unhappy rongregatons wrl kept
lstenlig sto "thie word" for as maul
as ten hours without a lbrek-Blhbop
Wlldonu la the Nfuetmenth Century.

Love Is kindly and deeeltlas.-

Love can aun the reslos of a Lght-
Lovc'I a .thAng that's evers out of
season. Barry 'ornwall.
STwhy do nt love that do not show
their love. -llbakesprare.
SHe that shuts out love In turn sill
be bhut out by love.-Tenyson
The greatest mtmralo of love la
cure of NIxiuetry.--a ltuchetourauKld
Love Is master of the wisest; It ia
only fo:l tiliat defy him. --Thackeray.
Slove never dkl- of atarration. but
often of ludigrilton.-Nlznonde i'Encloa.
e nli iingle of first love is the Iuno-
raine that it cin river end.-Beacons-
1 fld.
Mhi's !'lv'- la of man's life a thing
anprt: 't1N wn;asu' whole exislence.-
Byr' n.
It i, hliuisu.s!hle to love a second tiume
wlh'n MWe h.lave otnc really easedd to
love. -.l i bhefItuauol.

Ktawryay Pawlmdlwrs..
*Thiere ItL OM i falI.i*a sak the trol-
Ily e :ndi tfor aI hie rang the bell to
let Uf tf IL iUstitwt'r whoo had only rid.
l'en r fir in ,inture.
"hYod I'~ lit stonittlih@el." continued the
kughitc f l the btl strain, "to know bow
IUniiiY a-eipIle try toi bteit tb tirlIep for
a fnre ridtr when they want to make a
uN.l n iq.uarv or two away from boue.
"i tio'y hop on t1we r. wait till it has
stsirli'sal mait tha'nt witla to know If the
'nr 1l i' i't I to oi iiine la*lt which they
kLuow it I.-Ili'it i wi t.WIn a mile of.
Ill tlii Wy tl.hy get thie!r ride for
lUi'11 it IanIl l.ii on lt,.lr way in the to-
lier iti:t tiy.v l;tivf roled the coodue-
l e."' ihl':inlt/;i'lp;.t 1Prews.
Dlsereils. a Vultsure.
"1 w'* .uit thet iising b.s oone day.
(;greit finli."
"I'inil a rd (ear?"'

"I'i.. tile iprnittlt girl'
-Niol,. lilii't lire. All the pretty
g;rll weIre esilal ld toi husky farmemt."
"Whatl did you di.'
tNKli' l the honmllest girl.'
"*ikl that give satisfartilona
"Not a bhit of it. atci of the hb ky
farmers felt that I had perwea"ly
ubled bhis best girL" Cleveland
riala Is ealer.

rasir r'imden* .*
"I1 doubt If yoiu know ibe differesf
betwem grand operm aud comic opera "
"Oh. but I do. Orand op1ra Ios -




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I Suppose it is beeutufe be as a
tate for ausle."-Town Topics.
,- t men oe.
"Mhe to 'me," ikl the t ung manre
who had enmultwd a forte telhr.
tlbat I was born to eomSata."
"WeU. wOll, exclaimed H-ampek.
*"she oesas. then, that you will ner
be wanti."
OOne-alf of outi life I. wpent In atk.
tax, xpnjlmat;: the. 1 ke w bait In -
gittingl thebt.-Brown .bp,
It is bet ero94 a young marn to blush
tbha to turn pa1te.-Cce.
Mt Lintnmnt on Earth.
Hearp D, Baldwin, Bupt. City Water
Work, Shullsburg, Wis., writes, "I
have tdO"d my kinds of I'lmeant but
I peie ~ r MeIlvnd5mueuItmmmstuur
til ,I hMfirdi1! Sow Lalmlent for
vhwonwoan opanl 1 ktOli it Is
n a. tl t aw o n arthi" 06e,
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sl*al n Urof tr beUtt %ed Sttea.poo.**r:s t 1o *i1s a.onthA; 1I)
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o iadvertisemelt unless other wise
Si4g atraot. Partles Dot iDown to
drCtrt tIo pavfY for etverltlmlr in ad-
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g a woman il known by tie
h|il she don't keep.

en can accomplish anything
ti Ie-if lhe wants It badly

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lato Russia.

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tAhalser from Indiana.

thobUsand poor famili,-, in
p ere supplied with coal all
ter by the Salvation Army.

.hhsg. woman's elub has de.
that if a husband loves his wife
s eat anything she wants him to.

' oleomargarinue 'manufacturers
gladown the bash to the tune
90,000,000 pounds decline in

ifpalmees man who Is too modest
bita own horn should realize
i: **ty has no face value in
sflnes, affairs.

in 44.000 hotels in the United
ftlprmentipg ani invested eapi-
IWer 00o,00,i 0t) Thete el-
tat employ 3,W3.5tt" persons.

t fthe soldier uoys who mar.
maidens as a Joke find on
l thai Uncle Sam is very dull
tleiMg the point of some

f three days a Ilenaver couple
d t hired girl. admired girl
girl, We'll beta dollar we
who did the hiring and

I bling asked, "What is that
bhleh is the moat dangerous?"
.. "f wild beasts. the bite of
Sr.r, afid of tame beasts, that

ut'br woman who never wor
ByM be very senslllve and in.
t b he or she most Lhave the
of knowing that a whole
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.\n i editor who is sort of 'a mixture,
Of l'i spftlier itRil., hi>!llrit fi tij
farmer, saysi: 'Evetry fall iirne in..
ci)iint farther edilt r loiokk ii,, apits
on his rtencil aril writes n),n thifig
like tte follov ing: 'In fiet many
farmersi Le of th e .pinion that the
fro* I his been a bnellit in that It has
killed the llades and stopped the
growth which will hasten the riperaing
provefs of the fields.' Now we want
every f-ilitur and farmer In Iowa to
know that it rall lialdieirdash. If the
frust kills their lavt, of your corn It is
deader that Julius Ceasar's ghost right
there and then, to far as the ripening
is co erzed It won'L ripen any. It
will dry up in time if It is warm enough,
and enough air gels to it to make it
dry. but it will never ripen. The leaves
are the lungs. and air has to go through
these lungs and through the stalk and
the ooh in order to ripen It, and if it lI
ripe when the frost come it won't
hurt it* but if noLthero Is death, 'de*
funetitude' and rigor mortis right
there. Just a loan as the leaves are
killed the corn Juiee sours. You e an
smell a frost bitten field of corn a
mile. Frost bitten corn Is not worth-
less. but it is worth les than it would
hare been had It been out and shocked
before tbe frost, for In that ease It
wouldn't sour hit 'ere,.' When a
man tells you that light fronts doesn't
hart corn, ask him if just a little death
Is good for a s'ek bors or cow."

Lueiano Butti, an Italian inventor,
has desigt:e a photographic apparatus
by means of which it is possible to
record 2 0 photographic impressions
per second. This discovery will prove
of inetimalie value for the minute
observation of insects and other crea-
tures in rapid motion. The coot of the
films approximates $10 per 2,000 im-
pressiono. so that the apparatus will be
somewhat costly in operjit'oo.

The 11linois Corn Growers' Asoela.
tion hias formulated the following as
the "standard perfect ear of corn":
"A perfect ear of corn should be 10.
Inchee In length. 7 i laobes in clrcum-
ference; should yield 4u per cent grain.
cylindrical In form. and should carry
its stie the entire length. except near
the point, where it should taper
slightly, wpll filet out at both ends."

A permanent world's fair, under the
direction of the City of St. Louit. is
the object of an ordinanee which will
be preeiatcd to the house of delegates
by Delegate Th(ina E., Kinnty. Is
provides for th erreation of a commis-
slon orf ei:y ifl*isls to enter into fne-
gotistions tu aeql'ire all the World's
Fair ;roperty and continue t operate

A foolish man is understands women.

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
Contain Mercury,
.ls mercury will surely destroy the
"life of minell amud completely derange
the whole esytem when entering it
through the mueoul lurfaces. Saeh
articles should never be used except
on presoriptions from reputable phy.
sicians. as the damage they will do Is
ten-fold to the good yoj can posibly
derive from them. Hall' Catarrh
Cuor, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co Toledo. O 0eoatlin no merrury,
and is taken internally, acting direct.

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Alachus county is tW4ftacres In
area, has 24 miles ailroad. 900
IOU" wag road. M postaees.
boo).;l, 27 phosphate
plants, 0sw mille. l7 ,000w oort&
do e ars., Mne0 re*, sugar.
oat. patos. pinppls or-
ange ph. pnr, e.aplumv..Pp.
reas, ll! ba ol rlnoabld. 900.

Gainesville, the Count Seat

Hai fourteen ehurehee. two public
ehoots, the East Florida SeIwntary,
private ebools, three anew pen.
United Statee land office, the bees
Watlr f.l alarm sysem. eietrie


Tlue cpai(y of ihe Mt:pp for
tI lio: ,io : Anus! u1n1 od C'imnuieil Is
*omellhiang awfi.*, 4iefrniim) oLt engi.
aeere have f.titn4 ailh thet *n,'nl 1 at
*olid mat ite l l el rlrrrJ e pat
Vlok'tik rg is enuKhli to ::; iko a *ilid
bhwk of Srllth S f.'rt ),high hij a
Uil0 sqbr,., apiSl a wril,.r ,ill'c.
omfte valley I between hert nil ith.i& sea. ',,
the rs 50oe04 oust in (tl.t 4%1 ,! f MtIa.
ico. Think whdt t at 1 .ss., in.
stead uf ;% river of we, r. t (I a
riv r if 'il. It wotuldJ tft',t. :t spoli
wtr.*,in C a t' rth !vp f t **** ,. 1. i ni iii
fr .t u ; flouiiig eight t;Ii .1 ty as
f.i f l. A, teirr en walk--foWir mies
all i.<'lsr-- iP .I'iilI rtow: ilir t f U lt;4
itArlir i )L:!i: i f 11.11 k'tr'ili~r; t-w lard
I1:' ..-. Y -,tr it,. yeir nut, thal end.
tio's liri, ri' asrth rica' iti. It w''ildt
t"l., I for o -f r i llr tha ;,' i i i,
w irk'lig in tight-hour tttif, tor rownw
tl Itllit imn'. tilh tirean ., O'ii'1 irF l lit'
rire r It A wir-, r igil arid anr in x itin.
tlbl,* ,I.,1ly if dirt on hll li- I i. It
l" > ear .lII tI .V J .1i 4 l0, ii '--l

The Aperluetn ow le an lnatihution
of hubl dimnuloo, Sh. e prodwite
annuaIllII ,mO.Xt.auo gallons of milk,.
lNt.40,xO,00 pounds of butler and
3KM,00 ppuiids of cheese, not to men.
"ton h14,ev,oit 6 1. lue hair, horse
Rtid (thet pru i sMir ta. H ttl tiiry
'rt+ i, worthov t 5'e i si,'A. i A pear.

Tltre &ae a tli1e lot of w Is guys
*iI, gO SUout practiinii the policy of
k"epi-ng everything they kQiw to
themielvee whilt they p-relitently
ptiI;p 'iperyone they limeet to fliid orjt
I Ihell kowi., It it a g ithin: g to
lirdg' againltu ist,* vAriety ,if thiJKg
that make n .e rli-r.

Soino brijO ; the fnt,,ri)or .if I t.
m) iId 'other islanJe in Ithe, hIllp-
pines reqnlre ti a ;rtelnt froint Ihy
iroui tlie wedding day a human
killS. pJVr ti( ax tlra t ati l ear'. at4
well as adinger ofr two.

vr ?9,bo j rtelt wret killt.-id the
Iondtw whiatrre.* hiy ith. halt atilutor.
t *1alst year, i it a1 re arar ir eripade
'il bi tiag iR d R t-a ii.. t t!.,'I) 11'xt yar,
as it l thought ti iat thi rvlentsg arte
ntillt iucrlasitig

Thi. man who doesn't pay his bills
Mnay not have as large a funeral as
)3me oLhers, but it's a cinch that he
will leave behind him an altogether
dispr portionate number of sorrowing
eqlu aintance,.

The i ;umen;e indirect eolt of war-'
fare Is illustrated by the feet that
thie Spanish.Ainerioan wat co 19,t(to,.-
(Opaday for over a year, although
hostilisles oonupied but thrue months.

The headed sonditlons In the West-
ern ranmgefforda troing itdae al
to tarnsn to poh the liire sloek in-
Clear Oenerlptten.
!ete'tir'e- S) .>ou i lih .lt recvo.lize
your uasallnrt. ti'pre*. reeIt.'rut*. err having eIln him pl '
vloutly? PrIrAfeor -No; but it will be
tile teast thing In tie world fort
to fnd him, Hlit wuemblame to to
Ajmwnbotep III. of the eigtlth
dynasty Jis stmtlli-pijltvlys ettI a

First lItIsmn-If you were by yw
self I'd hit you. Second CitLmo--W .ll
at1n't I thy tmyeif? Mrst lhsee--AlI't
! v.lth y"uT? ;!:t.;ow EvealAg Tion.

.. uteutims.
It,- Ito t.:it ert.rt2 trntl runs away
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l-:tt t1 t ,ri et ir :t' Il dlor4 tinot wed
it." t'!, li2 J IOt itt in V'I.irt ltintt'<;d.

Tr'tywr j 5 o)tI a n that Wt
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Catarrh i aMpabi e eO bp
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Same every part User sy
with. Appileatcusl@ tbo 1 SI
ad by esr ca em do ltll god
fw.the or quiet disaorles l be|
if *rt Isis that gmpleg w p a |a
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fmr Iwader a al W- Utera OkeW.rla
PiWAS TIES alke 4bmd vwS- himW., -m. -i l.
bkd them. Als prl t*, rI am a e. iam-ii-il-
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psd niy sad ntbter than most
Bt Mde-* of Hope ad MaU s

SBarrel........ $10 50
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full Information and sleeper reservations call no any sent taboeard
A. 0. 3 AcDONEL.L. 8. O. BOYIYLTON, Ja.,
Aug. General J"oasenger Agent. Passenger Ages&


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.a aSes. .ems. Bessa naga.'
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tIFEL.y, P-ITESR ' MRVAN, Sta Ag'te.,

B**HKeam. The Florda
a rt and Truck Grower
aIs i-a EMV ma a

Good shells In your gun mean A Cood bag
In the field or a good score at the trap.
Winchester Leader" and ",Repoters"
SmoreAsro Powder Shel ore Lo!d bh;1ls3.
Alway i-ure-fire, crways civirVg ain even
spread oi; .'act And ood 4 rnC:-,cn, their
great superiority is testified t... y port.
men who use Winchester Factory Loaded
he *l in preference to any other make.


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Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Grals, Garden led and Fertllzers.
Highest market price paid for Chickene. Egas and other Prvdue.
& Complete stok of Hay, Corn. Ots. Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed lad
and rje. Wt handle only the VERY BEST goods as the LOW
brT PRICES, and pgarantee athashleonm always.
jla M. OGRAAs. Presvdonlt Go. W. HirD. Vie-.Pridenl

Capital......... ........ ... ....50o.000 D0
Surplus and*Undivided Profits... 25,000 00
hrsapelstansneaes AU b- owntd so*.
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The Atlantic Coast Line
Montgomery and L. A N. or Dixie Flyer Through
Atlanta and Chattaneoga.

Round Trip Rates From Oalmeavilleg

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Olew Have Outlet to Pro*
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p.ew--Oummer Road

orlort Flaiton. Iatf) i
'd yiciinlty are Lhighly.
pwepeptl of a railroad.
U9l t tand tioutlhweesrn
klsow runiaftng to New*
$koaevilkle, lI tole ewx-
44stsOanee of fifty-twoo
completion will open upi
Sfarmiag eretions In
lW frmearsf L IFayette
Always made fine crops
vel evr thimn the family
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?n I i4. Iff ""%i ll. DI, IR P BE B. MORKRI. ,
SllIf'. i l, *, ; i i <7i 't,. r. a i :.
srn. :ial ., 'i .:...4 ,,, id t, I(1,1 :II LE \'1 I8 .
a rs i t ;1 ll- 1. ..a., D it 1 ;1,It' 1ti f r .
Ul Ull! ill., ', ... i I ., int.i~j lla" ll l ,.- ..... T .-
rai m t. is'm. io *ul'I I it 14ll< i Ultt cewo#rI M w iva Lade &4 A". Work uli-.
I t;':. ji.,) .',L ,,:i0 js ,q .lti ;.ler, I1," hi-5ij JR r .i It '.. It iI ll U .... .
i l, I:". ,' ;, Y, *.. :il, r D R 0.. M o I. iY
of I rd uA a a0 8 T lT T If.
too! IM U I1.:, t i l,,y nI si.ble Jlle : Magnl ia 4o lul,, tHineeutt,
lU,1 i. i 14 i- r..'.' ti. i|ia.I g 1,i 1 --- | ^M. I'' I1^ i .
so .. ir* "l,, e..;' "i 'r 4r.a tg.i5u" as "L.zdiu Jack1o ttLl a tf, a
sn..lig A, II. Linwl. iti ..''h n tI, m.etl ol lli a tl. __ .lM ..O.. 2 L 4. Tby
,blugusinu* Vhs n
The, Jta 7. Wee or er. 3 .,. CAkLIl., I Clyde New iglnda d
lrlVs B". iil.t.' i..,i ti.-f r l- ATTORNEYll AT I .LAW 4t
u'hlf. 'Wi ,s ,4 It t'e:.r itt!er. Bue And Solictor In Eqtuita IEiiy
whirlen i i i ,.. .r i l..i ir., .' little ui ea l est., Coovel aniey 4in x G uen.
girl iv .. 1 i ,to i ,. ri Ii.,* leit ily wirito ral Pralite. All business promptly
upon i . a. i ,si. iiiy lt a r ed to. ffiee e st do too $lna o l. .........
don l(4 n, N tor ,11 yAllr'.%,60!: e ofilee, a~l! vir'1.LE, FLO11iiA. No.rshbon d............. ed
4ller, t o r. ; i. i uI tl' L tl EI:DiNAMD BAY R, "''... .

Inal lWeU as a o 0 S ivW fl .-%- i : ; I -Yi .v UAI5UTVILLa, * FwlDAma. p.wwweea i4i ,
"i"tds tole o market, owinD To li," iv, liiw MIi. l .i iide il, 4hFl I1
Mieplih and expensive I Pimed ,Ie till[a t, eIn.,M no L an iii singa *
thoflr. the transpor., onemnit puou eye uOtPH ie e l -iprit. M prov adO a'rie l tprolved) Oihs ,
aerI y privateon- marked. wil 9 lotru d posture : tarn SI!5 1n olaml Sd.. 1ead phimSt,
hteaSprohed not "ly a.' No. not very p-r-e-t.t-y, ibut rather a list rfalo you or for al. l14u. LM ia.gIj
lowafpi m-ny-P ladelpb IAder. (of s si
bet very espemlve. and
I1" NAr.199 .. .< .tt ...
to artvled in 6e mar.era Pin. l.
41.. lRheumatism lumbea and sElat A IoIEYaATLAw, *ea .,......*...0. i
1Fp n really rl pi ld to he penetratingnluene . 80rLJ OB IN CHAWCIeY.. .. fu.*in..........
ismof b. Jlahn ofr Ballard's oow Liniment. It pes.- -- .......*
0muroe SnSlllrd show rltle to the servein ad bou and be- GAllNEVILLE Ahlbe0 Ce.. IL L. loss"..3.
lmg absorbed mntowthe blood, itn besingA
have bees li. riles ,are o.nred tto every pano a $in OeeELk.
g oe the SUwnse river. of th body, and *effec sonme weeder. Ona ALW
oelf w eb Fort Fasilis l il er e*. 22, ,a e. $1.00. Sold by l. J. H. ALDIERMA. W, .
Sa m ilse aboe the town i. .1. Johnson. D
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thew propoJ to r h the -. *-
the river lomedi- PRODUCE AND SAVE IVsnr wiser& A rm*"en
Slokeer, iWthbis s.akes n o OverrDenlgo Ai uCea ....a.
for ForSann i YOUR MEAT 1m" -TRsoIcrewsHVltRe
a m llh d, and the rea i. .

$a' par e information of those who do-
"ie to have their tg meat eured in.

Eh err vers empsetame to New es ter.
*p elt thing for the people A%. "ono a&% the butahtred anltmala hameoi od o nv Iat TSo*W .. U.'
sad the territory ira- ta ichlnemb o i*h*. h! tdlae booea o-n AWoeaos O ma WsOA
W lrritoryt. whieh i among boulder St the usial maner. usl, ul NO a MU s Law .
Weiet. whichIsisnogwore than 10 Itound" tll. I ouieene brown a- a....
iW t uile 0lotry, has been isr. lounes, altpter idl I ounce r* pwepr aIlI ..

to ecb 10 1 Iund s of meat. It ou rl "mob
S cultivhtivllon OWing to its the cold Mtrane not later than rei1Y ar -
ter so propr It sp1ar ia.lonl alt Isleed-
lld l.he people of that see. 0110tmr !o p'aroUn,. U Toe HE WEST END. AeSTRACT i
atdhePeopleofthate. edtter teeing u-&wewwllsuply it. Leave WW | |
aw demonstrate to the la coki turase 4 to davd. sooonli%. to FINE WINKS, LIQUORS A CIOAU,
ofo et. After taking from cod %torage wash
pe9lift Stits the faet that lI warm water and 4:-F. then wrap o4r w e up
*.lal leads are u od4 closely l muln. go as to prevent attekfs uf m JOHNx NxNm. PilWor. .
BE 017 'a are asten or orothr leras: hinLf uti ia A m*lno at itMMt W. Mif r. Jaods ,T". 5h.,
Ils as py be found in the lntervl afor three week%. It wilu take a"e
perfectly throu'ui the muisc. Greet hieer *
wood makes the be.t moke. When dry. Late Fast beer, btle ad draught .D..
for the extension of thd down and ack an boxes. a layer of out wtraw. fail to eall oa a whea is JtSI At TIt
the one of meat. tte sd you will have SA
sla Soothwugtera ..l.. a n :t ntmeat&sar e tr:du weed. oo--u -n- oalafr. O
it aO already been let to "i nvM rawrd fili may DR. HARRY LEE JARVIS.
tNair. Work will beginn in useraect Itty y li* bth rettibt sad b me- IwIlir.r. at4.). fl 3.o7 1'.
turned am&e ay Mrk plainly to uK mand ie
ad it IsIs timated that our name on box or barrel and ai uSw DOJI of DNA SR O B *,
.Wl tb lHalhd to Pernr by l~lre Pretar frfeihxi at hippLM poin. Our DENTAL SURGEON.
be fhd to Perry by e for .orwae Li onu cent per pd for *
Of the coming year. A one month We also r.iAtoburhobdremed. .-
k. )iWe eoftlit patronatie in piereot com e*s to
will be plsed on the work. lfve enlte lflastacTon aodE ten hfee t our eln- tio e ia Ilor Lawg a thbase.
l ahed as oon as pot terprtse is of the gireatet beneath to Ihe far-
mer. Yours for home-made meat. OGAINESVLLLJ. f IDA.
Phasmous wrecks. R 1. Livingston. Mr.. Gaiinesville. CRAL FlaSALOON, I A
is r eponsible for many -- -- j 1 P j jIj
eek naid the "me causes F o X Sn m^P r J,
han wreks of ufferers KEYSTONE BAKERY Jacksonville, Florida t-4 r
4ad lunW troubles. But
ifat of Dr. Kinli's New aR. T. SH< FER Prpl. Beet Imported and Domeatle LlqiOeu l ..
fMr ssompDon, coughs and Wines in the elty.
tow oneumptlou, coughsh Title It what you pay Jf
i the worst eases can be Corner tWroe and Crrml streels. _. .. ....,_____ _______. _
m igation P.o. I Tno onE AITNEEIMr.LU
wimr-y. 31. Lois Orag of IUA'NL.SVILLt-. FTIA.
Ma.. Is one on f mat W IG C I
ft aned tby Dr. King'sPS
.This gret ready is B ifrwtUnt. Sunt
i le il thaot l4nd 4lualtdie- CtICE BREADS. CAKES and PR, e S .....
go: iseePrice,fl0 Pre% trery DV.
,. Er.. A TlPAIIIIG, EITUD, 0Cil1
.'DeUvered to AL Paris of CITr.
.p-..ticblan Congresema S ua QGnwd 11 AIl r oSNae
SCN. Nov. .--Both Dem- ..- .... -.. ....ForUs Ladl ". atlleme2n m C:IMem....
".d .Republicans claim the ..
r Carolina ronrealon | IIOIIK 'ARA TII
Earlyrepo Imt fao ure VWUJ I ii ye reGeie prompt *sr utrS at !
$ pe8er BIIaekburn. Republic. 11 D t setou from people who know their
|galk that the majority either Y I bnilae. Your monthly miembertlilp
tbe about Th5, bnd It will take f or plee work solitedi. One

Si p Witha ..A. Fatt Tim an Fns : 0i -lF a-t-Ti mi v "tc .

Perry.Ao. unt. to Al'l Points C allis 1,.W aeamafQ, W
yt4 With an as by John Mon. *amth aassraive
!;'" nnd Nadhw t r u> I9 H, H, 1. SOUTH E

S Wick Day Since. I 3I MtWflWPt& WORLD'8 FAIR
,i.&S *sverely sick with kid- Tliruogli Pullman Drawing Roorm -

*- I tried all s orts of mdi. SiPa'g Cars daily from Jacksonville Boght in CaLo. old y
of which reliered me. Ont Btrlirtmingham, Nashvlle. :ransville, *
S d of your Electric B hi eoh St. .oui. Pleol Mobile quantity. lathrou AsUts as OW IIhatts
mlmu inld to ftour tht Arlei. N e. a. ._I_ s.i.t. _1...a. Nwr. sa.

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here is a quality in Royal

iBaking Powder which makes

e food more digestible and

wholesome. This peculiarity

tof Royal has been noted by

'$ysicians, and they accord-

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sOVAL t AKl tPOWOaW CO., 1lw vYowK.



dr meSa Interst Oath.

l Wppenedand What s Geisng
Teld ton hort Paragraph
*"He Who Runs May Read"

uhkCu tshmaa HM!l.
re fursale a r The Sun
'a bread fresh every day at
WA% Wonderful Salve for sale
.Me0ollum & 0(o.
_ltaiblJes. etc. All fresh for
e afville (iroeery Co.
Serw Cofee-none better for
-25 cents Uainenville
If$t off letitng your Thanks.
i ck.y. Look at tliose at C. V.
iBt-Store Royal Cook former-
Address Thomas V. Por-
S-liecoBnd-hand Denamore
Will be sold cheap. Ap-
km oe. a9
a0mpbell and son, Tom, of
W & among the visiton to

e p and erackers. reah
S line of all kinads ust
a inesvllle Groewery Co.
tts a-nd W, A. Staw. two
fe farmer of lordon. were
the visitors to this eity yester-

14 JRa4dock of Alaehbua, one of the
friod Iand subeeribersn o The
SilUnang the business visitors

MeRae of Hawthorn was la the
ay. He was en route home
arv Key and other points,e
bhe hs been n business.
$T Tto Tampa and return via
Got Line amount South
Fair. Rateeon Nov. 18 to 23
S4altermatlng days. Sete tiek-

SBtarke, a sueeneful colored
of Meiroee who knows a good
<d uoberibes for The San, was
*eIty yesterday and renewed his

" of Mrs. M. V. Mae-
IN being Improved by the lib-
ppillteaion of paint. She owns
Sthe meet desirable home ini
.g ad Mrs. m. L. Feaster and son
ila tIe eity from Mteinopy yes*
* Mr. FMeater eame for the pur.
If having some dental work per-
e by lr. Alderman,
Wg Uthe vlltors to this eity yes-
lwa Nrs. A. F. Balnes of Cy-
ka. e on a shopping tour.
t hee she favored The Sun with
Iiad renewed her subscription.
Xtmasse, the clothier and dry
Wi,. Is having a "swell front"

lasre with ashasn A M11L
Everything In the vegetable
fruit line. C. V. MeKinsary.


GUe teady for fried osters. Fresh
eeraker doet Just received Galsie-
ille Groeery Co.
For lent-Store formerly oeeupied
by Phifer Bros. Address Mrs. J. 11.
Brook, oilty. d6t
For rent-One nicely furnished
room, most convenient location In
town. Apply 808 East Liberty street,
or at The Son ofile. it
The interior of the residence of Mr.
mid Mrs. James M. Graham is belong
iumprored by the application of feswh
wall paper. The designs are of the
latest pattt rn, and will add greatly to
she interior surroundings.
Frauk Shawl of Union City. Ind..
who is considering seriously locating
a saw mill in thie eetion. wa in the
city yesterday. accompanied by his
charming daughter. They are guelse
of 31r. and Mre. (i. W. Hart of Para.
.1. P. sauknight of Mieanopy was
among those who eanme to ilalueville
yesterday and renewed subscription to
The Sun. Mr. BauknighSt bas decided
to make his home here. and will re-
move to this city in a few days. The
people of (alaivrille will estead a
cordial welcome.
John Entensa of Waldo, the manu.
fueturer of the famous El Toney elgar,
was tramsetinK business In this elty
yesterday. Mr. Emnlza states that
he Is making excellent aseese with
the El Toney now, which Is glallng a
wide reputation among smokers every-
where. He Is employIng severaleigar-
makers at Waldo., and deserves good
The Brown House continues to Im-
prove and enlarge. As was stated sev-
eral weeks ago, the rooms over the
First National Bank were secured as
an addition to the houns, and work-
imen are nowiauagaged in renovating
and repapering same to be used as an
annex to the hotel. As a hotel man-
ager Joseph A. Ettel is a ueeess, and
the traveling public appreciate sueh a
hostelry as the Brown House. which is
now in better condition than it haa
ever been.

Uedbone. Miss., Sept. A:. Ik .
SDr. E. W. Hall, Bt. Louls. Mo.-Doar
Sir: in reply to yours of a recent
date in regard to the efSlcieney of
Hall's Great Discovery as a kidney
eure. I can safely say that it is well
named when they call its a WON)DEIR.
I have suffered with a weakness from
the kidneys for years and have tried
all advertised remedies for the conm-
plains. as well as physicians, and Hall's
jTexas Wonder is the only shinf that
I ha iven me relef-rI ought to say.
I ha effected an absolute cure.
UKo. HoMA.

m ea withmOM s A MilUL
S. S. ltereket and E. E. Voyle
lave ssepjIed from Gulf llammoek,
Where they hare been for the past few
days o* uu old.lime huns. There Is
Jot6 of g ame in (Iulf ilamnmock set,
but these putlemen were looking
ci"y for the smaller, and succeeded in
killing a large number of squirrels and
an cs(eIanal turkey.
W. M. Lewil. a progrefsie plaint**
of the Aliehua seetion. was it sthe city
trading petterday.aand whilf here re-
newed hi subscription tu The Sun.
lie stat that the crop* lave been
poiml In his mectilun, with ilhe result
that the people are prosIerons and
!appy. he cotton crop. notwith.
stand in/the appearance of eaterpillaan
antd rusthas been good, and the priei
hare beea entirely satisfactory. There
will be vry little cotton stored in the
ware houses.



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urveys Being Made efo Reeking
Street In East Galee* vil.
Surveyor J. W. Patton hu beon ea*
aged for the past few days it Imakleg
eurveye for thie treftl whiah w re rv.
gently ordered paved in1 Llt atPaies.
ville. the property owners agiWeog to
pay half the eost of same.
The streets comprised in this st are
among the maOt& prominenS lhetoulh-
fares in East Uainesvtile. at will
make a big improvement le th14 see.
tion of the sity. They oomprileerri.
story from .tlaouxa avenue mo8 h to
Seminary street, a distance oftfour
blocks, and intereetions of either
Streets frosl Roper avenue west .
neetlgn points with tboroukhft al-
Sready paved. The work willil the
Sell almoti mile of *Pa. PtM ,
Sand will be appeilated by tho
us the thoreuaghfares.

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Supervier Percival Is Dins Good People of Nerth Caleie Anlle Am
Work In Cleaning Thoroughfares. Repair the Hal.A
As a saUet supervisor J. T. Perelval The proft esve eit lte of a
has eealaly demonstrated that he is aimestille are at very maalxe
a sueeas. He is the representative plete repen oa the North
of the esemlttee of eitiseas who wesn hali. and l or that rensea bive gloe
In eopasrsnhip with the City Coo. esal dellibgfel etee1rwlamales
ell and ftrmkted money for the eleas- bhav peeved highly one *MI IS
lag up efthe streets, and under the way.
mepekrlesi of whom the week has Ths pOUple an em w nebsdg
been doe. A tloee of men ba bee play. whkt will be pMO s
easily emagigd er hie dilreesles r f bal la sheet sM welt. o lb -P
e pist h1 daym, with the as4lt tha em1to bbe n ea
Mane .he.agh -e esverad preesat a0 of t lte
sWFil t alo 4 app see.
The Ooet ofthe poble to get lhe e, M
streets in a eoedilem whetr they wtht lf
wouIdbe presetoble are to be *m. m wk
mended, a4d those in stare are to be
engmtealted opes having the work Ptmefal t An..
properly d oe. S nage seeming mow Thne fmael of Ms.Leath tA1.
So the ely will form a favomble Ja. the a deethb *f .AM qNeO-0 t
pressio. but Lhe who eam moet ap. MIiepf Thueday m ea-Sia, l w .
preelate ithe Work are the eItiesM whe fm the reidee Freday tM
are compelled to remalm here all the ld thS t lan t e a sm ha @! U1
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Have just put in a fullI
line of all the popular style
It is conceded to be the most
popular Corset on the mar-
ket today. Would be pleased1
to show you.

The Celebrated
In all Ityle. and colon at$ p2,.
Why pay $ 00 when $2.66 will buy the
same elass of good*?

Beautiful Line of
Facy Lamps aid Glssirm
Now on Display.

Just received and the same will be
sold at Racket pries.

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A TEXAS WONDER. with good things at low
One small bottle of the Texas Won- price s.
der, Hall's Great Discovery. eures alll
kidney and bladder troubles, remoTve
Travel. eures diabetes. *seminal emis- FURNITURE DEPARTMENT
sions, weak and lame backs, rheuma. Full with some fine values. Call and
* and oall Irresularities of the kid-! ,. -. r.


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One Price to AllU

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