Gainesville Daily Sun

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


newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.

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AaluotlO at military and civil uov.

t Wm Ad to ath Three Hurl.
.d, O Waftetoi. Nov. 17.-As the resull
SI t qarly morning are tn a row of 1.
S ,tr.y honue. opposite the west nlds
r1 ,, te UIth poltofte departIeit buuldiidn.
SIwo pefronA wera burrned to eanth, one
.saRI had both lesb l)rMnan and -two
WoIen were th'rply Inrjured by Jump.
S llt Ot of a soerd u t ry i milow. Th
two n'u ware >rirnpe li".t,<( rerognl
SL tiot. The Afre started ihortity Ibtfori



Bowory Worhabopy In Flames;
Iwmateo Barely Zestose.

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morning W. ,4 Thotinasun, a('l hS1
years, wa* rpn over and kilhl by an
eltctrlc car un tle corner of llrpu(l
and Thumas btr cip Hie was rtearly
deaf an4, dLi to* '14 'r Ot e: r as it
apprroachedl hii.. i*' ;: prid. in the
tolddle of the' t1.r:.a;:, at I. ait hr, h14 nmo
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Stricken with Appcplc'y,


Pire Esapeps Were Chkhed With the
P-Ilhtflted Women i$d Only the
MeA t Hoerel Work o Part of Fit*
.. owedSi Their L0ve
New Yrk Nov. Mt-1 ree hundred
im w;; girst* pasye il vorna
paul y gt as lV l nes m s a h*eetory
.I on0 .* *PeOwy Were thrown
i.b i f Wpol9 b .r A&* et6 but by the
PM0P wo. os te t. el te are
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at 'fg iS stety ,hiulldlmg was

*FF b7t rr tret werh
taf a' *oreand uptown
d itrama fort. IS 1t t Um e
hts(p of mowamasg
STi ata sied ihi ks e.tral knit
Wa i mil oa the aflu4 oke. probably
tMts d 004fe oie I4sl tI0 of electrical
wr 4 4d4 within few minutes the
Spins wrw sweepga up fhe halls to
St- aoon s(M,. "
fla$) Rte ,t pen .f t" the build-
ia, wre' qmitaye4 It a oat factory
0 k P a S*1Wld 4 nionment aoftet
the ataai, sA ,4 a tmred up
through the falh.,. th Ire escapes ou
tbe. Bowery side of the bolldtin were
ated* by crowis of frealded men and
womenM .
,SAtp: !wd8 4il$tielt* and the,
anMgl S.e -a pe Wer taxed far be*
yftd their speaolty by the time the
ArmItn arrlvedrand the mamaes were
allhtag out of te frnt windows adt
M*lISP abtsIais wall to cut off those
abovt thte aneoad oor. I
ThP peltloa of Lthe en and women
on 0Ie Ire esapee wa, becomIng more
and more doosperateo ia ry muoaents
whes lhag ladders which cleared thKr
wall of ame below, were nTi up tu
the resepe. Than, tndar the dirrce
ttio0 df firtelln and volunteers. the
4R04 on the ec1apoes uro briouilt *afe.
ly to the girtwud. t
May women. on ethb third floor who
were ot t.e" rset of the ladders. we:'e
(ak1n aerIS a narrow resaway toi an
idjoiting buildilu. on- a living chain
fuitte4 by thUe 1fl wn. I
A few minutes after a part of the
building was a sea of fire and before
thae james were subduveil, tie building
we. praetlially dostrioy'dl i


MindAers of Auguta May Vet Presipl,
,tat Liquor Fight
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 17.-The mfnip ,
toriat alliance I. not satfj aftlon ot the clly council in regard to
the aolutioa of the liquor matter, as
published Monday.
At a me glt Tuesday the allance,
by a unaulmuus vote. xipre sed itself
n t dtssattaed with the action .f thib.
oouncll sad announced that it will conw
tend further for the following reforms:
"'Five hundred dollar lieensae. cash
payment for ame in advance, for a
guarantee bond from grocery str. I
So ,transfer of lleense, exclusion ol
minors and women from bars."
It ts Intimated by those close to
members of thb alliance that utless.i
them, reforms are granted a prohibit.
tion fight, wlth lHroughton, .lone atnd
Stewart as the star performers, will
be precipitated at an early datle
Old Man Killoy by Car.
Athen, tua., Nov. 1T.-TlnidaNy

defendant pra)ed for additional iinik'
in which to gKt material witnis. l
from a ditianre stating to tht court
that In the event of this extension tthe
would not apply (or bail for tSuittn.
Judge Spence set the eaa for hearinzx
end resuininR the criminal docket its,.
Monday and notified both sides that!
they must tib ready at that thne. T,. i
defense alfo 1ave notice that they
would filed a motion for a change tof

Held for Whltecapping.
Jack~uon. M11sa.. Nov. .. t'nitl
States Marshal WHtion Tie,."l; iven
Ing arreihtd V. V. Ilan:i;'.in. :
hvans an t Ma ilunZ n 1a tir,, .:!
the federal court htrr (41"i (1.*-;I~'.,.'.
or whit 4ea ;tnp, the f r ,enn nil .,} ,,.
IP4 that tli,,'y W to s'n;i' K n% ,r'0
United Slates ormo';etr, ra ilf t
land. In dd lat o af s l . ..


Movement Under Way to Overthrew
PrOlsdet AmadeT.
Wamhinltop. Nov. 1T.-Adirces have
reaheod bhero eonceranln the rportl
from Panama of a conspiracy there dl
rooted agalast the preidont.
While the details are not avallabl,%
It 6i understood here that this coanpir.
a1y was directed again: t President
Amador and was conceived by person
who waut to control tlie remainder u(
the N.000.000 fund paid by the Unit,
ed States to Panama In cunwiderationf
9C the right of way across the lath-
ilUs. It Ia further learned that the
movement sa a allure, PreAldent Am
amodr having bme warned In advances
but It Is feared the same elemenota
will roeWet (be oiAt.


mhe says He Imulted HNe-Poltee AP'
rest M n. .
Philadelphla. Pa., Nov. IT.-Andmre
OGray. of Philip a reet. was sioudly
whipped by Mrs. ICmella Smith Bishop
W No. 191 Woet Dauphin street. she
aiegfes for Insulting her.
Not onl did Mrs. Bishop thrash the
man at the time of the alleged insult.
buit watched for him several weeks a&
til she fnaIllx landed him la the
elutehes of file police. HIt was ws
Witaned before Alaistrate kocheraber
pr at the city ball and held la $604
bill for trial.
Mrs. Blhhop i n4n yetl 19 years al,
aev. and Is attractive.

Confident She Will Come Clear of Mur
der Charge.
New Yor Nov. IT.-- ter asix
9o1ths in the TrnomI pri.*nm on the
chaise of murder. Nan Patstrs m, the1
alleged Mlayer of Caesar Young. cane1
Into the cilminal branch uof tho au
pretne court today lor trial.
The tragitc death of Young. the ar-
feat Of Mt1i6 Pltteruon. which quickly
followed ant many of the ,d:v e.ulk
menxta which attended heu CMI In it
early stagsa. furnitied a weri(b of ben
Young aLs a rare track flower,
horseman and boo)jmalier, who had ac.
eunmidated a fortune in a few year..
It was claimed that he' had furuwl,
a warm attachment for Nan Patterhou,
a. former hlow GIrl. andi to puIt an :.,I
to their ii,.aTcy. had evr.iled ow
bhm to go abroad.
Arransutbwnts for the trip had been
made and Mr... Young at the
steanmhip piIr awutling the arrival ul
her huabaund when lshe was Informed
that he had been Ihot to death.
Young wais In a cab with Nan Patl
terieat. The court room was broW:.
ded when Justlee Vernon M. Davi
took hibts teat.
Nan Patt rumn was dressed In black..
was brought In by prison 'attendants.
and took a seat by her counated1, Abra.
ham Levy and Danlel O'Relily. tier
father, J. Randolph Patterson., o
Washlngtni. had a ag;t within the bar

Button's Cae sla Postpened.
Balnblrd;e. (a., Nov. 17t--L'pon the
convening atof court Tuhdaiy morning',
for the calling of the Button kidnap.,
tag and assault trial;, counsel for the

Judges Alfred 8 Moore, of the Noe"
district, anil Melville C. ruown. of the
JuInea d1l triet. Thl. action is the t re
sult of the inv-sitigntion of the AlaSka
Judiciary mad i recently by AssiistsB
Attorney (;tneral Day.

Silk Mill for Charleston. *l
Chabrlbtsu S C Nov. 17.-A *
Mill of Passaic, N. .1.. ha. writt 41
Char:thton, inqui:re' if the farlltIs
and roncession.s which may be idl
her tu secure a branch factory ts
Char,.tfon. Th matter Aill be *iti
midstd l I)"y thlf cnitmmrn'i--al people. Pt
liminar- to tf itiiilnu f a reit'"e t*
tlve o' w1o :i;1,p. whio l to pI+Int the
inat. ;' r i hi ii,.ein s li nte'rest-i.

seaboard Train Derailed.
YVti.. P:a. s Not 17. --Soithl>ound
pa 'i* ;- t i.':: n N T ;:T of the s4 aot .
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Mother, Son and Daughter An'
Placed In Jail.


The Dead Man's Body Was Found 1Ha1
a Mile from Hmem*-Man Ha g
Fight With His Wife--Says she gig
Not Kill Him.
Macon, Ga.. Nov. 17.-An entire
ly. consistlan of mother, son e ,.
daughter, were arrested Tuaedry
Indletment charging then with t
murder of Tom 11111, their pateyl '
illa '
Tom Hill's dead body was foed I"
Sunday morning a half mile from t
house. He had a fight with his wit
Saturday night at his home. Hibas g
asslated the mother In the fight. amj
aseihbors saw the woman dee) ir
husband two blows on the bad with .
board or scantlins.
After the fight the wounded a
4l4appeared. His shoes, hat and elo.b. .
log remained at home. but blhs bo I'
clad In underelothlns. was found a but
mile away next morning. The vwi
denies that she had the fight Saturdn..k
l0g1ht, tier children and her dau 31
ter's affianced supported her in bthee
nial. .
After she found that neilgh-ori keen e
about the light and sltl on her, .he
partially conficened. but biuld she struk
her husband only llghtOy. although h
had almost chewed her l)iger of. 3a ..
causie 41) the effurt. of the nmeaibersi f,
the hon hold to rem>tcal the publicly
known facts, all of the partleA were
dieted, and now the mother. l o,
dsug!tcr and daKui.'r 'h welthelrt
are lit jal, charged with mutlxr.'.


Only Recolves Slight injuries-HI I
cape Miraculous.
Aftauna, Nov. 17.- -'linta dltane
of five stories and strling l pi n a te' .
racutta floor. C'. II lImay. a rivet
worlkr. it'Sap'dI what ~I','t1 dl certain
death at the, ('anitler ha!;il4;Ing, coraeW
of Peachtree and lPrr)n trt.t, MOf e
day afternoon at 3 u'(loP'< and he now
lies at the tirady hospital none theL
wor.s' for hist terrible pIunvg exoe1l0
a frstured hip.
I.:nay'" tali was wit'-i .d 1y *
fellow workman, wiho My Mtilt nsaI
body Itirned u..'r 'fT,'ral tilmn before
he reacted tlih lhotio n It as .',
tiered he w he pIr;kl up dead, it -J
1e o gOt up hlim.tif an.i ujihed abmut
and nomplainod hiA log wa hurt. iHe
was tahen to the grady hospital wber :
his Injurtes were exanilne'I. It WnI
asertained that his left hij war nrue .:
tureti. but no other injury could h.

President Removes Alaskan Officia
Washington, Nov. IT.-Presldetl
Roosevelit iht removed from ouPS
Prank II. Riclhards. United States maip
shal for the Noame district In Alaasi
and has r'lqtilredl the resistla tio



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'rJ-S Segueietq Meet. .
t t. NoT. 1w-The aqasu
00e-North Cmeta So" ofI
Sw ha Mld errM. The tot
'daktn were alted: Thomas
c tldt;F: r. It. eb.. vlo
iNt iMMbaU I kmw Manoon,
it, C. kftkl alll s tant

bOht aokep trearer'd
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SvtwRas, Me.. OaT. IT.-.&t
r' app ls of the fstiost Asse.-U
thin of the Railwary omlmsgamgu ,
to varioue committee rPorted.
la4 3. Prows. o Pef llvaia, pr
ated The- r*po"t of ikt asetUe
committee, which dealt among other
Wais. with the Ratter of damages
tor Injuries ail the welfare of pausea.
Ipr& and eomnmun shippers. ITpoR rew
onoacWaatlunu the next executive cola.
mittce wss Jntlrncted4 to piropre a bIll
for enactmient into law ly the varloua
state lJttUlatures covering these sub-
)soL. defining r[he rights of each' party
ia the pr mlacsi. The sanme tfetart also
dellt with thA mratltr of eompeOttife
llin i at In.;: ,ormiss Egalnit states
flcUCu m.iSm tlihe conutirU tun of such
IIn-s wh'n said states have power
vver the sLh: e liUnc. Tte contention
was matle tr:at e rlietttlve lines en-
eoraho niers.-i anild com:nluations.
The committee recommended the
preparutlon of a bill for a!ouptlon by
stae legislatures slann thoee lines.
The r p'rt war adopted.
W. W. MNorgardide., of fcniasylvainla.
Reported for the committee on etsel-
ilAettloe mad oporatlag expeaues of
lnetrio railroads. it reemimended
nth a *s ellaaeztla as was adopted
la D=M r and later In the states ato
Me Yoetk Peasylvanta, Vermont. tilt.
ob 0sad ohe ra.
Judge Judeoa C. Clements of the
iteetats commerce e onmslaloe 9re
N0atd the report of vtd ooma ttte e

bviymth Amnual Seasiu Cvenes In
Chsttaeeg. Tems.
Chattanoca.. Too ow. 17.-The
mvethb anawal eoveotloe of the As-
tatoa aofaImplem t atd Vehicle
Msflaefturres eon ed here today,
RMstdet F. M NMerof Ashland. 0.
SAltr tihe opalag prayer by Iev. J.
W. bOlehana. Mayer OkhambllSa d4ll.
Ued the address of wealcomes On b
taM of the C ty. which wao responded
to yp C. F.hnblela, of Lotisville. Ky.
Prfeldat moears thue delivered hie
sanmal addred. There arc about 80M
delegt la I tlendasee, repreetttlag
ltlglemient sad vehiclO manufacturers
lt all pxrts of the United States. Their
ouaventUca will b In session through.
out Friday.
W, W. Collier., etnalmn of the eze.o
stiV6 oonmnttco of the assoclatlon and
prmildent of the American Harrow
etodpasy. of Detrc!t, will be elected
president sad the next aunmal conveco
tUo will be held either at Milwaukee.
Philadelphia or Mlunoeaptit to be dXe
alded at toidrrow's suslua. I
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when yomth fail. to
show proper respel for old age, but
Jian the contrary In the case of Dr.
Kim'sI New Life P1Il. They out off
Maladies ao malt r how *vvF a nd lr-
vrepeetive of old age. Dyepcpeli,
fauttdle, fever. enneti pt ion all field
io thiklb perfeest ilI. 2". at all drug
The WIsdom of Dtlb.'.
A lady mand her little daughter were

WEp' Uh, tii arouSii u1roveiur
when they at me to a iportloa of the strewn with straw. \liat's that
o a y. i t for, mal" sakl thle h11d. to whillc th
tftiM bz e moL other repIlll,,. "T'he Indy who l.ves tu
4jljM^it ten M- ttly la. lha hotlm., iny dear. has had a little
i "e 01 h .l t d M Stip baby glrl mewat to her." Tlmth rbllil walk-
ei t ijssi.i'' r e ialons for a t fw yanl at and then
1 C. Laes while sit t ml atnd oddlna at the straw.
a' a1 d lbe wa s ,trotl to 4ad. "1Awtuly well packed, ur'-St.
$9 W dnea t. 0t"I A Runaway Bicycte
S r. WN ipool." ,, ,I Terminated with an utaly eat on the
row pldo*' 0m1i the other. leg of J. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill.
a asme Is not exactly Whirl- It developed a stubborn ulser anyield-
,if ,bCy." lag to doetore and remedle for four
i pour pardIon for the mlwtake." yke Them Boeklem's Arlas Balve
VwI esEtici Jetry ourteousty. d justasg ood for bunms
rfftlI flyted by I.-e,--ullaalbtriyoty PofM )gm abln rptious and plle. 2eo at
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The Cool Weather

jIs Upon Us

Make your home comfortable by
treating, yourself to a few Rugs, a
Druggiet and a new supply of Blank-
Sets or Comtforts. This can be done at
small cost at

$ and we liave a fine assbrtment from
which to select. All Goods Guaran-

SStl Shos hfr ikles Boys, Dress
Shoes for Men, Ladies and Misses-a more com.
plete line cannot be found in the city.



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Coast Line


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oDponh Dapot APh A O. DUJoOs.
o rf or i ll amsI 1a1salk via* |m
oJarl ckeortle J ckjs.ouvel Una MonwaWl
smj~l vll La atkJa~cksoullloPtVU WLLse st IIMMolrm

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table In effect Sept. I, 104.

Depart Far OAINESVILLE Arrive FroM
3:4 pmo High Spnnp and Iner.- 0.30 aM
Daily mediate Points Paily
1240 pm Ocala. Leestbur and Tampa, and 3:40
Daily Intermediato Points Daiti
2:00 pm Palatka. Daytona, Jaoksonville. 1 :10 p a
Dalyv North, East and West Daily igh ?pr.iag, V'aycrtu. Savannah, Brunswiek. 3:15 pn
DailyI Albany. Atiamia. al l Point North, East West I lilF





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New kSid the Nation Over.
To kep it at home Is like having the doctor with you alwI83, and
better benues iIt *av* you the doctor's bill. F0r liver and klidae
srooes therels tobhlang to equal It, physlelana reeommenadlog It and
fInlln no _hitates lo dolag so. If aea a ekteptleal about It write to
,h 4 .In 8attleber111 a eIty of a00 moalts abed ask them what they
binbk of it. We are williag to leave ihe veslest ith them.

8:16p m

Rochelle. Micanupy and Citra

9:55 a

8 :&5k a ,I 7.20 p M
Dally HII ich Sipriigi I Daily
ex.Monday es. SundM
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Interehangeable Mileage Tickets, good ovet 18.000 mile ouf amonl the pria*
elpal railway s n the Southern states, are on sle by the prlnq Ipal agents.
Through Pullman slee; er Port Tampa to New York. via Atlantie iCOM
line; also via Atlantie Coast Linr and Suthern Railway.
For complete illnflmatin, call on
Addre. OODWIN. Ticket Agent, (ainesvill.
AddrNK OY TN.Cc11 At. W. ).TAKr. Tray. Pss. AS$-
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*l fU up. Thl I is I oi
PH01py-hrad; f o 4nr, prepared m s that it can b c
Said go iu bed wh-ere very easily digested by th,(i
:hi f you awe not suilt-)
et in she \Word of a;d Iost sensitive stomach. MoSt
gtMs open some goot ,s1,1 everybxvly likes it.
Some along and take your
V 13 Antd i' i a ,mni; '' frec
St1sta1rtling exclamation SCOTT & Uow N., wl ,'trrt', NCw vYQr
J. Norsworthy. the vvaSi.
*he pulpit of Kavanaulgh THE NEWS FROM ALACHUA.
aorls Tuesday evening. Iii
,ot one of his llnterestimk ,The Stork Visits Home of Prominent
remark wa adidrused i Citizen-Personal Notes.
anwille's prominent oltL- Alaehus. Nov 17 -4. ('. IhDil lpent
probably labored at h a \\edneday ii -Fort \ white.
all day, and was tired and J. I. 41uy of 1"irbiiLk visited Cl hi
In other words with mother aiid slater thief week.
Ieeling" which comes from Mrs. Pat il uthard hai been quite
0nion in the course of a sick this wee k.
duties. It had a tendeomy The stork rilitd Mr sutd Mr. L N.
up, however, and for the Powell Tiuesday night, and they are
tko service he was one of entertfining a baby grfl.
gUaestive members of tihe Miss Anna Jone* is contitned to her
ip I4id with fever.
worhy is a plain spoken The little daughter of It ,. 4 West is
|probably accounts for the sutferlitg from an atteak of typhoid
pmhe has enjoyed in re- fever,
|int during his sojourn in The reci-nt coil ;) l has been the
..n.. le so denying the fact caute of the dealt uot a large number
66brouaht many souls to a of hogs in this v".ilnty..
pie consideration between Mrs. C. D. 31sy of Newberry was in
rad sUodly lift, and hun-i he city Tuesday.
various points throughout Leroy Pnarc1. who is attending
iIrnT yielded to his religlous EaIt Florida Semiainary at ( iAinesvllle.
0at become converted. His spent Sunday with hiA parents.
PilM similarity to that of 3Mi ss lamie Stork has entered col.
lea.., with the difference lege at Sutherlar.d.
11hS mos be quite so severe. Miss Lells Cato or H1igh prln g
l heat is in the rellgio's spent Saturday a id Sunday here.
|.e performs thief work with Mr. and Mrs. A. S Johnson are vie-
I which cannot help but citing relatives in Marion county.
as public, notwithstandlug Mrs. Mlirkey of High Springs was in
i-. the city yesterday.
lUep are being more large. Misses Florence aald Mollie MooId
A very day, and it is a no- of Forest Grove were in town Wednes.
We that members of every day.
mieare emning to hear what The young people are having a ailee
Ms-ihis evangelltleal won. time taking in the "eane griindings."
1h6y. It isanticipated that -- -
adii this moatinn tL maW Mothers Praise It.
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IMeasery to transfer the
uhtIhmg to the Tabernao e.

of East Florida Semi-
WUEnter Fair Competition.
r itay of the coming week
0, the crack company of time
of endets, East Florida Semi-
beIs to make it departure
Ia. where on Milltary Day,
fAlt the South Florida Fair.
3fpet to enter in competition
with the eomnpanisn of the
S military schools and the
Ji** Troops.
Wlo be present many of the
t eompanles of the State
Well as the colleges, but the
r0 boys are in excellent
bi both the manual of armtn
MibOemnents, and confidently
lkae a file showing, poe-
Slrag first prize.
0Wamny will be about forty
iMakand flIe.and will be un-
.aa dof -Major Wheeler and
PRO Zewadaki and Whitney.
Saby is Cutting Teeth
rUd use that old and well-
i M.Ire. Winslow's Rooth-
for children teething. It
e* child. softens the gums,
01I seures wind colic anid is
r for diarrhoea. Twen-
1l a bottle.

If the World Enjoyed Them-
SOnter Supper Wednesday.
lkgo e room on South (tar-
e dn*tsday evening the
Of the Woodmen of the
Sty are wont to do oces-
"fojed an old-fashioned oys-

!1i good attendanooe at thisl
those present enjoyed

Mothers wrvrywhere praise One
Ninutile Cough Cure fwr the ufferings
it has relieved and the lives of their
little ones it ham Pared. A certain
cure for conghu. croup and whooping
cough. A. L. Spafford, postmaster, of
Chester, Mich ays : "Our little girl
was unconaru.ia, from strangulation
tduri)g a sudden and terrible attack of
croup. One lMinute Cough Curequick-
ly relieved and cured her and I cannot
praise it too highly."* One Minute
Cough Cure relieves enuphs. makes
breathing easy.euts out phlegm, draws
out Intlanmmation, and removes eveey
cause tof a cough and strain on lungs.
Sold by all druggists.
Hose Wagon Repaired.
lmose Wagon No. 2 of the Uainesville
Fire Depertmett, which was so badly
defaced and damaged in the accident
which occurred Sunday when the Tve
hiele collided with a telephone pole,
has been repaired by ienson & 8on,
and has ngain been placed in commis.
sion. This frin executed a line job as
usual. and the wagon looks now as
though It had never been through such
a timatiuh of rXperienci.
Disastrous Wrecks.
Carvele Ftes ii responsible lor many
a railway wreck anrd the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
fro'n throat and lung troubles. But
silee thetit adtvlt of Ur. King's New
Discovery for onsumunltiton, tconghs
and cold. even the wortet cases can be'
poured. and lopeleso resignation is no
longer uiecesary. M ir. Lois Cras[ of
I)orchester. .Mass.. i one of many
whose life was saved by Dr. King's
New Dtieovrry. This great remedy is
guaranteed for all throat amd lung dis-
eases by all druggists. Price, 60M
and $1. Trial bottle; free.
Card of Thanks.
I desire to thank my many friends
who extended their sympathies tome
during the recent illness and the death
of my darling wife and Infant child.
J. 1.F. .i i A R OW.,

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Not a flick Day Since.
I wan taken tcvcrely sik with kil.
niy trouble. I tried all sorts of media.
I lines. none of v hieh relieved min. OOne
day I saw an ad of your Electria Bit.
terms and determined to try that. After
taking a few dvoes I felt relieved. and
soon thereafter was entirely cured.
and have not seen a slik day since.
Neighbors of mine have been cured of
rheumatism, neuralgia. liver and kid-
ney troujilles aLnd general debility."
TDis li what B F. Bais of Fremont,
N. C.. writes. n)alyj O, at all drug-

TIhe War Tfhe Ksepts .Lessn IUst
In the oldes Days.
The wshlung tally, dating back to
the time of Carles 1., was furmuci of
a phlce of beech wowl five and a hI)lf
Inches lou, four iand a half inc'lh
whle andt half nil Ilcnch thick arid cuv-
erd with linen at the bnck a l side'.
In froitt the utmt"aw of the diKTerent ar-
tkles. sucbh t4 "ruffrt-.. "itihai'L .
*uiffeNt."* "ooK)t|lUo." "pill w *Ltfrer."
"handkercher." "somkes," were prilited
from coppe'rplate and prottevtid. by a
sket of bern.
Tre 7ill^"^as tdivilde.' 1into Aftewn
square. Ina each of which was a diul
nunmbrvt froIm 0 to 1*: and a circular
brass lndicator fantented by a amniall
central pina so as to rovlve. Each of
these l dlk-ators was pierced near Ita
outer eltge with a round hole,. through
which onte iumuiner of the dial wast visi-
ble. Hy thill very snlupole method the
number of eatli nrth- e sent to the
washl wnu enosly shown., st tbat ail ac-
terate account could be kept.-Loudou
Thousands Cured.
I eWitt's Witch Hazel Salre has
cured thousands of eases of piles. "I
bought a box of le\V'ILt's Witch Hasel
Salve on the recommendation of our
druggist." so writes C. H. LaCroix of
Zavalla, Tx '"and used its for a stub-
born ease of piles. It enred me per-
manentlly." Sold by all druggists.

An Old Shoe.
A young couple recently started om
their wedding tour. A shower of rlea
and old shoes followed tbe amm they
enteredl le railroad coach. After the
trln pulled out the bridecroom saw
an [)!d .hiw lying in t le aisle. Muppos-
Ing: It wvtiq ou Io t:i.t hll )alee thrown
at l.'ui. nt1 pi<'. .l : 1t 4'* lnt dr-OpLwe l it
0111t tin 'Ii!l nv'. A., oI l t ii] a ntelroR5s
i' ::t ,. \\; t. ,,"<-| :i rf w nIutellir lttr
:', .i .1 i 1 ' '.: I fo!r I-!.it ipart* sui!ar
.t- r <' 'l 'i< lj;..i:,-'; ; 1: 1 n to h luy hib n
n n,.w ,'
! It E@'11'111W.

"* v .'t "." :.. .N 'vfr<. Il lle k. "'l'P.
110.4:'. wi',,14t 1 ; I r ; :.- II tlu klng
po* i tl iin '4;, r .is thinking'
sKhIri l yv *fr lii.i'a f .mIy."
"*\V,:. I , p :. ~, :'th 'tu i ru:;sI ,llrit. "I wouldn't
w n 1111 i -'! iy ot f minile t. l, e n A llnfort@.
1fl ,e l'4 toi i rgarl it i 11 U J)l:e."

FaItlir Now. Manud i. In otecling a
husklandl la.k. lefors fraill Ihln m. for in-
tellig'n-e mud integrity. Your mother,
I antm sorry to Pay. looked only for
A Good Complexion.
"Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks re.
stored by using DeVittI's Little Early
Risers." so writes S. I'. Moore, of
Naeogdoebher, Tex. A certain eure
for billiouaness, constipation. ele.
Small pill-easy to take-easy to act.
Sold by all druggists.

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Your doctor says y i, it Ii't
take cod liver oil, Probail)y he
means Scott'sa Emulm ionu e-
cause you cannot, take the
clear oil; no one can take the'
clear oil who needs co I live r
oil. The doctor undcastands.
that and (doubtlc ts means
Scott's lnlU1Nit)l sio c(-d livtr
Oil which everybQ(dy can take
because it is emul sifid and

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Elm s milt., e- h Ilruulihlp t hM m I i r' i J wrL

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iHPl r in : Tr mt Ii.. 'k. fl "o-[,i ''n
ltur. wo in oii ,. nt i a ',rit frlanMlyr -"s n acturem of the J.e. Dp I
tw., ,.;, l t,,, :.;, ,,.r,,.,,. ,i,,, , iy. Sen Jsland Cotton Gfi, and 8upplles t r
fi e i, 4. 1 i t 4 4t J%11 Of, I u( W i l t-iu rli ( A IM .OI
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m eium *uuams i*s to Antar.

S hr OWu ftbb, both sali
wtr, and will sell malle.,
*k~ At bor le emie, 0 tr eso.
aun us*sl mmable prieP. Onder
S6imvallet Fish Company,
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Pool Parlors,
a, Prepfler.

ConDMdoratoa PROMPT PAY 3IEN' or LOriSE.-.
We cover these im o)ttaint points and repee;ft;lly
solfit a msLate of your business.

Fire, Life, Accident and Health lnsrance.

--Agents for the-

Victor Safe and Lock Company
Cctt -O o on n t.. 033.Io.
The "Victor' lb the best oaft made, and parties contemplat-
ing the parehaeM of a fsae, or abjthing la that line,
from a boa to a bank vault. will ave money
by ecamotiUng us. Call oa or address,
Information eheerfull tfumnihed. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA




- Montezuma

On the A. C. '. and S.

None Better in

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V. J. SHIPMAN, Propristrf

the Stae S at $2 a Day.
Meet all Trains.


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ift them out of the
vndy-tude class and,
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I.Wnkt S tUf It ia ejtL.t tIsife.
I asPr. mput-..'tit ry M.r.!
lwv, and c I' itttA. itn.r
.W~k toes1 ats1e ard em-
Wih IeMB ~s Oten tcrw, toi &In
lmatawb ome due *rftr nart
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twee. rParMtessot known to
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Hi k W TE Ali.Y atN.

Ihat P ldens RooMevetl
the slll poneeent that he
*6n6tlidate for re-veleeton
l .s; been commented on
*hroetahouo the country.
dveNl t oOmentM both so-
hl imoouf, have been lsh
I bpoed to apprnoah ihim
the gretest sriousness,
l st t frot thi fact that
I$ (4nd we say "our prei.-
1iur thereby to eonvey
SltWf )lr, Rtoowvelt is pmi-
-ashnk our president as he
SIi t of any other section of
) do noml clearly set forth
USam o by the declaration.
S sa to assure the people
expiration of his term of i
10 be will retire to the ranks
|le? Does he say by this
that he has had enough of
o a Repubilean? Does he
psek a declaration he, like
Witoon, thinks that no
espy$ the position of pres-
iS* than two terms? Does
honetly make this dee.
':to tht country, or does this
S one from him to veil his
Simsl Dwes he thus delare
4ktodr to forestall lis rhal
*s to the future?
that our deduciion from
iltory of the I'resdnt'i' lift*
llt alay review of the his-
Abe present will be forcibly '
of the iordinate greed and
hsi has always possessed
We find by a retrospect of his
that there has been no pub*
In advoesey or which, in his ambition, he has

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pil 1ift t o the wife of.4 tj1ad husband.

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amI r ti *VrsaIitM it t ; 4 rI *n ipNot,., tj>h rii Su fpt ; %l iti 'i ,:1I1 ,6i t
tI e. l141 1 y (- ttre -f t r j iA s M I a r% 1t m V lI*t. lyj th tl i e t im i!
in getite1 r rl lr ,i t -t i. ., l .-I" no, riio'.v t I'S it ,. tip 4 J.
ben t s.'tnse lower l : ..... ..
biir forefather+, rfeoai;::LII t DR J(. -i .,, I L IN CFl-S ION.
hand of the Almg thy in tl, iri: .
aw0orded them, estaldish thlk l" .> Cusire: sf L .? ;. ar.o Tiurscy.
tiful and purely An'erican et>i.tmtn f En ert,-tmr' iit c of W k.
devotlhtoil e ti day speciallyy st aP rt Nti (r;ia -.s N. ,. ,-IThet., I lft ex-
,to thanksgiving arid praise. i\dl -.' t ,.tI 1 Iti I L..t k 'a :4 L tI iltior 1 tw u.
by each succeeding geierattiinl, it i l i t lal iok- iVe 4 is i-(' tIPhoeAlSon
becoRm le a tered and t iemu)titiftll ,iaI.- uovr tl;c; i ...t i tI it< um,. illltee ona
igalon to atknowldg ,, o jr ildrty toI t.; pe rulrt !ry it.t 1 dl nut mateialliae
tiver of all good bandit to ditlvt ly pi- the rvsAnnsiM.e for theell an
plicate their gracious conltinuttc ite 1 wi1hilawinng t(t mnmietary penalty
the future, clat'fe and ill the uther proprietary
Now, therefore, in conformity with ho t- acquie 'mng.
the established custom and with the For the board of control H. W.
prntlamallon of the presidcat ofr the Evan, of Ktvnss City, reported -set
United states of Amenrie. I, William tling the matttr of credit and dies, governor of the State of counts. The report gave 4) days &nd
Florli,. do mot rariestly recommend per et t rfor camh Ia ten udays.. f
Slie obervance of Thur day, the 24th bmerly 0 dlao s and 1. and per cent
dap of November, A. ItO I4. as a day ware allowed.
of theQksglvilg a d praie to the 31. (Carey Peters, of Louiville. mnow
tireat Itulerof the Lntirere for His Ant %lce president, will probably bi
merey ead goodness to our State and anctyd pofthet of tihe ag d atoa.
our people. On. that day let u. lay all the ladies iRn the Vparttok itSl
aside our business affair. repair to our through Vreachtowu today. Toelght
placeofr worshii and there *ive #arnt fly are to participate In a themal
e*t and hearty thanks to tied for the py
blessing of good orernmelt, loud Th actually. butess of theaoniw
health, good harestse and the rich Thorn sud tomorrow, but the progrs
prosperity so bounteously bestowed a entertalaentl rwun through The re
Upon us. And at the same time hum- e the week.
bly and fervently beeheek Him to pre. O- ,
serve us from the arroance oft pros.
perity; to imprint upon our herl s a
deep and solemnn sense of our obli- .
nations to Iimn for them; to remit all
nur offenses an4 to inclite us by Hs ..
Holy $pirit to that sincere repentamne
and reformat tian which may afford us ,40
reason to ho; e for |lls intetimable
favor., and that she blessings of pae. Si&J, fx1. I 1. f ,L
freedom and pure religion rmay be
speedily eteuid'd to all she nation
of the earth.
1n witness thereof. I have hirena:o
set my hand and caused the (Great Seal
or the Sta-r of Florida to be affixd.
Done in the lity of Tallahassee this
the twelfth day of November, in the
year of our Lord one thousand ine
hundred and feur. and of the inde- a*it. Po_ vl deim
pendence of the United States the one
hundred and twenty-ninth. irtaM%. i a
WitI.1 iM 8, J.iKN? amti .
I .,, ,i, ,Governor. ES I EElE E M

on both sides, always ar- By the governor. Attest:
te noaeluaion that the most IfI. at CAAwrvnP. secretaryy of
iheh was the side to espouse, State.
l what naisy hare been his
ultra view au by him "e-. The Untied States at present eends
OPlposition to the position 400 million d.llas pr year focr the,
twisted. We find him ay *na, 235 million dollars for the
.-.,iC Where. common .blie schools. which fact is
We again And him .an ad- worthy of notice. Alabama's public
oos m.adn reform .. aehool e pense Is per head of pop-
bitof the overnmrnt; now elation. Arkaunss *1.81, Lo .uisiana .
and Insistent advoete of Tennsee tle, North Carolia ,
i utx iv. ';tGeorgia r> ,*. Kentucky $1 JJ. New Y6rk
*Xpes .re. "unto "rv I pit^ ^l 70. ti- t the highest amount
WS Atlohim in the master of Iis furnished bly Colorado, 7,40 per
WrirtkOan advocate fr the la- head.
SIn the Rreat strike i Col.- ..
iatmeIk dhub for fear of the iS- ie me would haro no excUe for
r k dumb for fear of he living i their wives didn't take in.
f his ambition, refusing to boarders. _
th miners of Colorado his -
Sad him overriding the law Then are 155 women commercial
ltitnee, by taking the pop. trvel.r now on the road in greatt
IO a question In the matter of' I : -ritai-n.
affair. convicted of vio- IBeware of Oin meant for Catarrh That
terights of a siter republic Beware Contain Mercury
ting a revolution in order to rry will surely destroy the
o dreuiense of sivmell aid eumnpletely derange
1101 msto .Coundrumit a he he whole system when entering It
tr. Wht osummate plra. through the nmueous surfes. Snoh
hi. .l lla oes the Pa eident article should never be used except
SPtblication that w illonprescription from reputable phy.
ia andate for re- ee-s aiseians. as the damage they will do is
meaas all he as btheo aluso the tenold to the.goodyo j ea, npo ibly
""S 0da1eaaIt but at thederire front them. Hall's Catarrh
In a mnlonarchals tnc .ue, anutttared by F J. Cheney &
cIn a monarohal eaw Toledo. 0 contains no mercury,
t utA or .. & ^ _-I i __t. -l ...... 1 .. I I ta*W.t

J. D. CRABB, Agent,
--Deler In-
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars

We w 11 send 3o0 Eipress
prep sid to Gainesville, Fla., 4
fall case qiurts Superior Old
Maryland R1e for $3.50.

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UpoM the rhmk .stO Nov
(beitr evw e wre rwveued

.ia Hoenumenway. ofr I
|91 iCt'l ytc.Prrnldei,-elret
s iatlled t t. enatior

etl Le.olair '. frrty-third chtild
I tr i i lhIlt il*i0 l b) h1 It
k Kiv. birth to thrv, iiwii
1 l. li.1,l0 I'4t1 n.
* ml(w Ig slatl nwil ano~hi'r it
Ort(lly wtlIH' I an i h rtiult
eerati(' battIle I I- itin rmitt a
O pfficra anear 'ethbi Nr.
Hllnry Jlones, Ilte 'iiiL:can.
hais l df esitelI Jarres< M1. ith
miinocrat, fur CUoIr<.4.. in the
Ilt of Kentluc > i)> ri voItI
tted SitAitea tra %i;rti H imnr
my fiIr ('tolJ with lihe ron
jn .1tin;-' .* apit i'll' J i* o 1 .. --t khe 'ainalis ectTg al

jf tt., editor of the Venesue.
and believed to be an
SSliUen, hks been ordered de .
pi VeYeauela by Presideai
Oil company of New
diolared a divided of $1
l-aPble Dec. I. Last ye m
i (113 was deIlared for wp.

i d i19 l.. the last lut"l
SUldeural loan of 44.490.W
St world's lair s neal
Shls been paid late th
ilN sub-lreasutry
S the sum of $1.110.00 mha
l-ad In San Prrmaelseo tot
war loan. Three a*' Is
bePhem and the amousti
50 to $lO,O400.
atker.,of Bilhopville, S. C,
a englneer on the tram read
1l Lumber company, was
& log and instantly kUilit
G.. Tuesday afternoon.
et 1 3 to U the honse of
e..v of Vermont. after a
0.llate. refused to poas a thLN
M o m defeated the bill t1
lpital punishment in the

iearie of assault with intent
because he saved himell
AMt mate his wife from a burn
Mae Williams. a negre
It held In the Tower In At

', Brownlow. or Temnessee. a
ble postotMre department, whi
| O baeruing officer of the de
S t the St. Iittih eCxMoitkllIa
|H from the servlc by or
pr eldent.
^|tdrt buisthbcadis of i~af to
flta;i S.0On tons and valumS
will be shipp 'd from Porb
to the Orient by one of the
i ad "Astatic lineri next
S. tobacco fills eighty cars
SThompson. former go"
OCarolina, and aalstaul

the treasury In Presideni
lrat admtalstration. to soe
St his homo li New York
that he is not expected t4

Ctampbell, former pofst
Xaysville. a.., plead guIlt
at ouf government fund
court at Athensl. Tiu*
:atenee was suspeudmi iy
until the next term l
April. The sum short was

a0 me iland

six Chineme,

Srecently on the steamoler
have been deled4 a laied
V Cited States immigrant
h Prtl*noeco, because they*
IW with trachoma. a oatia
I- of the eyellds

4Tae, OClearwaker. Kan.,
buhesd lay sick for three
idto, aid that he had
ona. We prIoeured a
a's Ilorehouund Syrup.
ei, Thait was *is years
a we have always kept
house. We cannot do
oughs anil costds it
X M,o 1,.i 0nlo. Sold by

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N. 17.-phillp Weina
trlner Labur linder. Wh4

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s" mee .".I au- M
s e a"Id b iespset w I i N t is' 14 4 v t
bdt tretod by Ithe mdt e ap' "'" ;*N
Ss iIr o. ~ u'> il>ru at .I I... n ,,I Id ; Ia '

11m4t l-l0. .1,iri!t i e.%hgir, .' t oi I* 4'm
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iA i f-"-l( t Klllh ie twiith rt-11 .1,U!S rI ti 4
aSlt mI tscr stanllks l 'tiun s r..i r I U It's
__ ^ all pen* *,1- ".1 elfrito t i t l l.'Ii" i lIto
't' i thii l amwt imnltili lil be i. 'l.;.i

medyP relieve p a1gw,%1 1ite ,,,., .,,,.,?A
tAShee la perseibs...amLA
ut g J anis ooPUiT*f Af tr a 'i' ls t ii'lll 1 Iq M i

t l v nmml em mertiodalpbmlag Nlrlb , m it
MCA IIi,. "My ittleby ertie,, ,^t

was sod w out of si ......................,.
l t? a on ot I w('l l AIt't
abetu, Wty tUttbd ba w I ii5da "'' e-n:m j

Easiary Nama tWh A i ban ** *wr sitmn
w oSuUd Bad ho. L po. K1 TI t'Atmier.
WiWrd Ov blnod .otof u. r ;t^- .. ..., i.,,.

n b e i I b ETo pk.Wt-sO a er oftl l tehbv-n
wba sdr. We thugtn ot X.. mta'!V at'."J '%o*
Win" y t a uc to the h^ofy kike*A
S% am ot mUoW ",. T. M it T -a lC*nelr.

0p i'rld r g w I d a -.r o r -. .:-
a" ggygr. 'bo oiAttoI
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am er1uf t ZUNI FAMILY LIFE.
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So Declared Griffin, Ga., Man, Who
Committed luileide.
(r!mn, Ga.. Nov. I7.-J. Henry Rem,
a very young planter, who lved abet
2 Milie south of Oriffln. shot hliiN
tlhiAih the, head with a pistol a d without speaking. Hla wifa at
children ue presentul vthb la ta
their bdroomim at the lniMe. The tngi
edy wocurred at 6 o'clock Tuesday
1Mr. lms rame to Grrlffln Monday.
lie waJ A ic all nisht and threatened
to Lill himself,. rolling his wife that
he as.. iut worthy of her and that
she was far f to goad for him. As
Mr. ltoi.s had iiever been In any way
a diksipatired tin and as bis wife wa
devoted it, him, she endeavored to per- him not to tlit himself.
This morning ho it iup and seemed
nmiore c.'t erniu!. AfItr makiAg the
fire.,a he came into thet ruom whistliln.
anid hbis wilt, thinLili that all wasi
well ithli him. wnti L tilIh kitchen toi
prepare breakfast. Mr. Ro..s lay across
the bed where his children were sad
suddenly a pti.tol shot rang out.
Whin Mrs. RIos. reached her hiu-
ba&di he was bleeding from a wound
through tilht t-ad anid his pistol was
cilrcht' lightly in his left hand. He
died witlluout ever tpvkiing. He is
the third luember of blhsimmediate
family to try suicide

A Heavy Load.
To lift that load off the stomach take
Kxdiol Dyspepla Cure. It digests what
you eat. Sour stomach, belohing, gas
on stomach and all disorders of the
stomach that are cursable.,re instantly
relieved and ernianently cured by
the use of Kodol 1)ys*peiul Cure. S.
I'. Storro. a druggist at 2 7 Main street,
New Itritei. ('Cann,. say: "Kodol Dys-
pepsia is giving uceh universal oat"is-
faction and ip so surely becoming the
Ilteitirv relief and subseqiueit cure for
this distreMing ailment I feel that I
am always sure to atlrtJy anld gratify
nmy customers by recommending it to
tIwm. I write this to %how how well
the rnnedy is spoken of here." Kodol
Dy pepsila (ure was discovered after
years of saIentiflo experiments and
will positively oure all stomach trou-
bles. Sold by all druggists.

rerfeellr **llleed.
"Every. 1in l'e told that I bad
rbOeuultittSu a1ns M offeredl me aia cure c-
tilt J.1'lt ;"
"lYltit dih .l<'( l"4in ay'm"a
-1 tot'l bin I l>;'t It. iiiI hlie aid he
w m glhlil to liear it."- 'ltlveland Plat l
%nl lr 'a 4enspq" |,
Sky t ntItnl .e-. o*i A Ar l,) 'vrta tn.'k i,
ior lIh i. m'. va Ile e friitul) litnd
Il l.w tiill'o ' v l p rji' m ll .1 run n-
itn; l .. u i 'i l.n errouil In
.t,'i .1i l. 'i i .r TlI -'y. pr tm ri! 1he
S i'.4,! tf l~'1 rnle! i ,",t! In Ih]lat temple
.> ... r l i 1 ,i t l s a r s .

Ti liu le halt ir elllCl ewMMR at
EUal so ar Ovuwd our ciurisitr that we
drove through forty mile fl e st and
aebrtsh. from Ut. rlailrol d at ort
Wlgigate, to pay thet a vlTl As the
Ilauanus d not provhie for travesm we
took oulr hotel with u--wb, bM f and
tood -ad caiiuped Just oultsd thetr
village. The vUliang look like a heo
beelitre iado of clay and tuck fast
to the torp of a sandy kl The tr
is Ailed with mass of tcll-300 salnt
roMsiI. plaidtl ade idy kide aid pU l l
rows in on top of another.
In eacLh of tble r)aoma Ives a Isld
family. Their are no laside stairways
leatlni: frotnm tory to stary. but It the
boys and gtr:!s IIling fu oo row wish
to pay a visit to a housO above tbem
they anuit go outdoors amd clitmb a lad.
dir. On the slope between the vilage
aniid the urtnl river are a utuuber of
mall vegetable gIrdens., ech oe hI-
releod !y it vind wall. EUtl ham as
Inni. no shwam no maloons. not even
proper strtvts, but only marmvew al*e
that thead their way thitoAgh the
atrmnie town. As we walked through
the vintage all tIe world ean out to
see iu. G(irk and boys clustered e
the r.mfs or wit on tim ofe-ven-q er
lit't aons of i aud which ei m to grow
up out of the houte tip-whIHe fta*
tlhn. mothers and babies pered eot
tfrmi dark doorways to Sata at the
vistiors. When we had e or
tour of the roomf ad aBep we w
hbpitably Invited ladoe3e. DnI thre
the children followed as we
g*aced up at a bele la the ming
which srved as a wliend a girfe
laughln ase* Ialed the opelag. We
must have looked stranm enouh in
our hats and tloves and log fslirts-
Maria Bran- Kimballl 8n t. Niebelas

Meuralcis Patin.
Rhbeamatism. lumbago and ielatle
palis yield to she peneilraiinglfluenee
of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It se-.
trates to the merves mad bnoie and be-
ing absorbed into the blood, Its hallas
properties are conveyed to every part
of the body, and effect some woeder-
ful ears. 6e, 5 c. $1.00. Sold by
W., M.Johnsou.
Asm I IPI At Pntnte Lc 3lont1. In the gilf of
St. laiwrei'. I s ItJiholt e the keip-
or of whMich rr-nriitiy tirwdtl out of thi
samnill n"ld t13 10 svwol belring on its
lnilne lh' ,1,e i "1711L." It i unmdoubted-
Iv ,i r:.tic of tihe Ill n ited itdlUton of
Adinirtil .t'lilir. nl.< left Eagland is
1711 w 0il 1.iAN i'li iinal a larg leet
to 11.e Qtwl*'- iIttl n onrenl. Whbe
hJe sK t 'fir ni i'n .rlii hie was over-
tnkLtien y n tie'enw fjtVg n11 a greAt storm
arlwe. 11,' refr iel w) take the advice
uof. n l i'ri'- i plt. nt'l ni a result the
r t-li 01ti li. 1'. ii#!1 to plei oa0
the rn^wk off Egg tollind. l dli Sxt
iprlii1 l40 Id11i l -miere lntg them.

prrle amud i'**e*.s.
Iterlitn 1- ly far the llltuteett of the
worlil, bil i-ti-s. Nio railway $oenl
driver niny .hlow 1i0f whistle within lts
btuninil and thr driver of nA rod ver
hlilde with squrainkiing or rattling while s
is Ilrnptly npprehprhendted and ineeil
itruet nhawkcr' more foriddel n to lioml .

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SMa*lhty Wf atnvi"iile anId Is. N. Dill
of W cabhoitta werre among the visitors
tiITN I .ainesvlll. yesterday. The latter
vl InuB nn eame to confer with Dr. Alderman in
Iemard to some dental work.
Slame Levy. the elever traveling
t ins _h.s' Bath-,. s aleman for Soo!lmas & Co whole-
satle lruggits.Se ah. to speadlbn
S g 3rsa day or wn with his family l thSki.
eity. Mr. Levy has recently returned
-AL AMN. OGIAL ITEMS from a business trip to New York.
ot Yut are invited to se& the gtrandeet
t0pla-apedam4 d WatM is 0qge display of faney embroed ry work ever
0 a S a, shows in Uaiawsville, by an expert
T "He I* tnaorWNWl a ly o!rrator on a Whilt e sewin m.
.T. tH Who Rune Me Raadr" ehian., from Nov. oilo DIe idaine*.
eB'Til til e Sewing Machine Co.. 2 E. Lib.
wt Cashma A MI!. W. T. MeLeado m ad Maxey Hodge
poalll e hIt pound New York of Alachua were among Ihe visitors to
thic c.ty lelterday. Mr. MeLeadon
F iS. C. Farris or is in e.*s s.s te rnputation of being the boss
4,y. mehwn growrr of the county. and says
newspaper for at The Sun n bt Weaon he propose to piant sew.
I o utty-fire lme a*.
L: 1 of reat Barl l ain Sale Aming ti. visitors to this city yes-
ket. ternsy was P erry 0 (Ramsey. the "re-
1I' Chaimberlain of Tacoma was cent bntlldictc" of Waehoota. and one
.,lbity ysts rJay. of the leading ietliens of the eountl.
in 'a Wodterfil Salve for .et. He rrI.oru, rod rains in his section.
irW. MeColtum & to. and says tfi truck farm are looking
ia. E. raian of Cyril was in tin and irmaise prlifc yields.
*| shoBppline yeselrday J R I;nmereso of Kirkwood was
Irft-nw kind. of eaadien to sg- among he visitors to this city yester-
lia New York market. day Mr. l.rnirrti has been for many
O. Cityof Miacpy was amorg years er.gag4 i the. mercantile busi-
ineell visitors totOainesrille 'es- ew at that place., during ahich time
oy he etijo)y'd a line tIrade. iut recently
cmW* T nd Lowna i sollt hi interests to J. W s iluquetield
ieon were shopping in t l lm of Minissippi. Mr. Einersni inay de-
Swe *hopping i l ede to locate in asinesville
beso 1"iThoe Sun acknowledges an agreeable
obTlokte of Mt.ean ouy ta i lng call ye sterday from EKz-Senator Jamed
L" uho visited the county Cital 1Broomn of Quiney, the Sucessful
trArvling salesman for Wechsler,
IM Md Mrs.. E. lDw hbe re- Lauftr & 'o.. wholesale hats. New
frotM a brief visit to friend, at York senator Hroome is one of the
W dap.l nu4tt prominent and most widely
hest-Storn Royal (Nok kfrmrr. kr.own ci:trze. of Florida, and his
_lt"4d. Address Thomas V. Pot- friellds in this I section are always glad
5ile. to wee himn.
lts. rau cellndies received Mrs. II, st ockbridge of Lake City,
kr jacket, per n r lPrer.tidcnt of the florida Pivisiou of
iP.weC Mrs. Kile of North I;aines, the United Daughters of the Confed-
haw a high ltyer" at their homt era.*. La" returnled to her home. after
1. SW of a bounin by a delcightful visit heire. As has already
been stared. a reception was leindefed
batkin rt d ester- b.Mrs. H. H. reary, president of
_m Mi.anopy. where he spent Krby Smith Chapter, to Mrs. Stock-

S vr nightni withn his amiy.
SW,* Patlon ha. returned from the
I ad, where he hasb te engaged
,mletlalg for Northern parties

bridge. in onrdr that the
Kirby ,nmith might have the
meet her while here.,


,r. aos4elty departed yesterday
pl, where he expects to reV- READ THIS. CIRUI'L
ll ra few days with J. iioodr. Redbone, Miss., Sept. 24. 190. Will
M R. tl, Week. of Hawthorn. prs . W. Hall. St. Louis, o10 -lear
"ata of the school I tard. wa Sir- In reply to youu of a receeet
-* the prominent visitors to this dart in regard to the efleciency of Don
Siteslday. Italis tOret listovery as a kidney NOVEMB
hBelle Chitty. a charming young Ceur. I can safely sa that it is well
i, Hnalesopy miaelintecityoannltm.d when they eil it a WioNIER.
Iaopy. i in the it for at have sftered with a weakne from To Oir
lipl, tIhe guest of her sister, Mr.. the, klilneys for years and have tried you to corn
blher Hil. fll altvertised rr'mediis for the corn- We have
famter J. L. Townsend of Rex well as physicians. and fItal' hitching si
lte xas Wonder i lith only thing that
I the moet influential citiens of asgiven nit relief-I ought ay. horses and
**otI. W* transactinir binesi haul effected an atolutte cure, and feed 1
m eity yeeteulay. Respect fully. you bring 3
Si.. llutehiBson has returned .iL 110" "' of room wi
*Ot.l0 and other points. where he A TEXAS WONDER. rto Phelen'
b in the interest of he tlami- (1i ,mall bottle of the Texas Won- are weloni
S Paklul Company.. der. Hall' tireat Diseovery., ures all
"at-tOne nicely futrnishedkidney a,nd bladder troubles, rem oves The On
Most convenient location in gravei.enres diabetes.. senminal emis- Trying E
. Ap Ply 313 ELat l.ilrlmy street, swon,, weak and lamp baek., th
,lthe 8u ofl Itf i.mnd all irregularities of the kid- of .the C

6 ,'l.arlm i a wellr Ii n i l olw rleJ d I(t1bo
hating brn assueiated wasilh Itk va.
riohs barbet0r hope in the city for some
Mr. mili Mr. W.1.. lieks landl chil.
dirn and Mr. and Mrs. rorgne Eville
of Hilh Springs passed through the
eity yesterday en route to their old
home in PllatkC. Mr. hBeks was
called on seeount of the serious illneli
of his father, who reides at Penoid. a
suburb of Palalka.
AlIleR Hlle of Live Oak was in the
eyll yeseliday Mr. Halle. who Is an
old Alashean muaty bol, havwillng b
reed m b heo magailBeat Halle boro-
msea r aehAles, eha 4sdeoid to re.
tlur with his family to his old home.
His sumera- Mw eds will be plehod
at itlehs Iteonlloa.
Don't fitl to vlis the ooath Flor.
IdaW iur as Tampa. Thiste a e6mbila.
s lo eouplelo of Florde podue g aM
well as a semrlval. AUlntie Coaset
Lime will ell roead-trip Sti kes a rae
oa fare plui s sa*to. 8ee Uat
Pne. a"d gt full laformailoa.
Thew trasW daily from Jaskeamville to
Tampa, all deliverig paseagen right
at Sitr asaedel from the Tampat by
Hotel Isatlo. Don't mi tlkle oppor-
tunity to vilst the Meagi City ast sall




Wedesayi, Thmnla, Friday,

NOY. 16, 17, 18.

This will be our irest Great Bargain
Sale since moving Into our new stone
front building on southeast corner of
square. known as Phifers' Comer. This
only begin a series of Bargain Sales
which tor low price have made the
New York Racket famous.
For bargain giving this sale will
relipse all former attempt at low
prices and will knock all competitor.
out on the tinet round. We are busy
as beei now, but we want everybody
within twenty miles of Oaaeatlille to
visit us during this sale and ae the
gniatest outlay of bargains ever placed
before a bujiiyl Ipublio. Antielpate
your wants and lay in a supply while
you can buy at such barRains.

Int a Great Many Lines.

IS Felly (Qi iM All MrieH
he latlrlbhutod Wedany
aAd Teisday*

't Forget the Dates:
ER 16. 17 and 18,1904

entry Friendst We want
e amnd bring your families.
built for your use a large
hed it our Itaok lot for your
vehicles Plenty of water
boues for your horses, and if
your lunch we have plenty
th chairs and tables. Come
' Corner. everybody. You
Ie. f

mly Store in Gainesville
specially to Take Care
>untry People.





One Price to All.

081KRYo. COME,
WOOL sal COTTON uitd
IITO1. All Slm,

Prib the Lewwt Pallt.


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COhs. Coxe of Alblem wa*
to Sabi etty y*tnday. .
Aemos the pret lea t vlism to
lthis ity it R1 ReR W J. beelp a t
ISt. Aqmiao whole the ioestlof Rev.
P. J. L a4e. 1.Dr.flemey Ibk P
the Dasses of Asuntime, Wt hqIu
Chuarh, sad is ea s touar of lspeime
of the varlomes malemtol of dtwh iMp,
J, 1. Djy orf Mlkwpy, rep ncta 4 ,
the Dixie Portrait Co peas of Ri&h
mmmd, Va.. was Is theeliy yr eselid
He wu ea rote Stoatm Leames,
Oreek and other polase on the.
Key dIvlon of the Seaboard Air Li e
In the lateret of his houe. and fl e
por"t a good business.
Royal Cook Is hatigla Istalled a
his store two powerful are ightl. Mr.
Cook to evidently coveredd to 114
modern adae that light bridge beals
soe, sand he Is determlMd so "sI i .
things coming his way. OGe of ti U i
lights will be plied as the exteior of
the store, whiob will atbrd oxeslilest M AS
illumieatioa to that 6setion of the
street. The eoosteet was ande witi
the lslineville UFs and KEll4ri AghtS
M. H. Saunders believes la advertn i
ing. espeelally In The oU. A few dayi
ago one of his fIne TeIM same* *k.-
rels earped from the lird of his ho me. ...
mad managed to *lude hopes o.n he.'
premises. The fowl w i gone peoel
days. when Mr. aunders placed aid-. *, 2
vertiument in The Bun, and the *U-m ---on-*---- '-' ."
day he recivedM aformiatit wblh Ml. 0 6 Mi ,,
to the recovery of the fowl. which is R ATi
valuable one, being imported. lHe Ito s lA
Jubilant over having recovered th" g
rooster, since he hid owned ihe lfowl
for only a shert lime.
E. C. While of New York, the clever J" O S
salesman of the Amerlean Tobsei 3 W l. I
Coinv1ay. who has been ast the BrowSA i w'u'?
House for the pest two or three day,
departed yesterday for Tampe MIP. sar Ms 6ltew s
White Is one of the oelveret "fellows l T I
on the road. iHe belongs to one of the
int families of Virgineia. sd It po. -, 0..S
smeed of that clever, h(pi.table. BuoP.ALC I. .LA 0
then style which reaches the heast WM U s W*o Up*wt
and sakes him pio>ular among the 'tA tn R.O
manses., 1 should have been a poll*
tielan with Uti. uuces which erowl News fI S bL iit
his elffrts. for he might have held high tie, Novelllse ud V i
positions of honor and trust at the gift toms. "CPoitIvely iue

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I1W with lt csma & Hill. nne.. n q t |^4
1. 1. Utinch and family hat r,* To 1 an
td lo\VlligmrT. Ihirr M l"itl t 0 improve and 'Preserve Tur
hais ieurid da Io+siti n ih C('P I rew. a ,., w
',Frhut.rtr he Teyreri t to o rr. MAR i
turn to lh t. Luitir part L W
leemar ,, In awbv.r. ... -
*1"t11h Flriam I air Taiti a --AT1 k ts ',TdI4wlP f it j Otl .
,, ml.le Nsoverih r bi, I, ih I J. e21 ail .. PlNS It I
w1 wilth ltns l itns -t.n rr 27t 1i- it l.t
Etm andetrip rat" ISt ,% far initividul_. '..
"q is ra,, t. arti, fieri. tiru

1'1 J ('one of fliaegi, l rx(ergive zv I .Iwyfl,

4.f haidg aret constantlly fiptloyl, mr4 S
ieCatrd Weloh laud Auni Ingramr a Vole 1iiMl bK ii
native of Naisau weire marri tlMon. m t alsirlle by J N tMdfbfJ
day noon, ler." JtrnLkins o le:ating. 444*4*4na.a..1aH.a s.....,.a T1g
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