The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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vicausisbel o v. ,,rpnde P.c6 a fl atnane Atr
pllum1a6elep~ be none other 6r
ra'nwritten La'*." than J. H.- JobngO11ou; EkkD~alb con efntatly Kiled MAS Wife. and many of them ottortd the oces- upMalCr
-ty, Georgia. W111 In wasate in Merrill sion by thei Mreance
AKSASUTMRS PVRTMisu.. for this theft of umey and HUSBAND ALLEGED INFIDELITY The. NewiCentury Olub wan euterRK IIV R:IARTother vilvable; at Me~sld, Fla.,a tained this week by Mrs. W. N. Oirarn- A HUNDRED WrELL t
-for hors" theft; p 'Hatches Statlon. Susis~pSd That She Had Not Been ling It beiog the social meeting of
Jmllife Had lent Word to Aldrich ., o nlrcie nBy Tru.s to Her Marriage Vows, and It the mouth an elaborate program had We h obr
Thee~s~ S Shi~AI dinette, Ala.-, for burglary, and who sAleeFodHeinCm nybeen prepared and carried out. TheWhnLeRbry v
11A9 many allies, and wanteda prnia fetr f eporm wan RivolutJ@ists Piz(,
Was AP'uyod-RrIendo Rallying over the south, and\ at times was With Aitother Mon. a gfographioal contest of Florida, ar- Two Wagons and % e
IJssdp Pavrot. known to Darling Sanders, a notori- Gloesqille wasn the sees of an aw- rangtet by Mrs. P. P. Weod. The hon- Ing Socialistic Scr's
oui thIef ant! al-round crook. 14 ful tragedy after 7 o'cock p. m. gat- or of making the closest answers was Rouge, 'La. NOv& 1- fit badly wanted by two sheriff w'bo meday, from the result of which Oath- #,qually divided between Miss M. Rogow. Rtus4iin I
eoW r.avrot,' oongrosnsan-oleot have already arrived In Mobile. Owe erin$ Brigham, colored, lies a corpse Mann, prlincipal of the High School, The Cossacksa ,
A4 kd~te We MWe-long Is Sheriff A. W. Brewton, of KcDa- uc u Ithi
n, .It- 11. Aldrich, still re- vid, ]MS., who reached Mobile this at her home on South Moos street. and Mrs. 1. Ware, president of the oiconint this
dw ystry f te tag-moringandvisted(hemanin isPorter's quarters; her husband, Berry club. Many thanksn are due Mru;. a undred trlaiui han to rytery hof e corlin and isnited him an Dinghi Brigham, Jr.; Is a fugitive from jus- Gramling for the lovely refreshments 9occkThur.,ui, OW~ us after the shooting, Sanders, a man. who stole a horse and Mos an__neapncnetdtdohr vdnso e osiaiy this section, t.11.
fcw' sufficientt reamos. "bgyat Ucl~avld and sold the rig home ban been broken uice oa
3111111" 1easo1" of- Judge at Atmore. Ala. Brigham used as his weapon a HELD UP PASSENGER TRAIN. gines were bvini
understood, to In a 14tter to Chief Rondau. Obier- doutbie-barrellud, mossle-losdlng gun, the car, robbed it
publicly made by Dr. lffBrewton says 'that the man is also but the contents of one barrel of that Lone Robber Secures Cash and Other of nioney now
?1610pg an It lady and that wanted int Merrill, Mise., for theft was suffielent to accomplish i14 deadly Valuablest. $65(),Ooo.
4r2'i; IFavirot, the wits of the andi burglary; In Baldwin county, purpose. There was a flash, a baing- Kansas 'City, Nov. 10.-A lone The z~atfon fli,
S The exact nature of the ro- 04orgta, on similar charge., and is and the wor lay dead in the yard robber, heavtiy maskedi, boarded the rvltoit i
big ubt been discovered, but a bad man. tthfetof m lyr h odh' rear sleeper of the eastbound comn- nool in the fore-,
aaIG to bav. been grows The sheriff of Baldwin county ar. lag taken effect in the pit of the tom- 4bteen hiate and Glontango., lentlv ds nu
to provoke Jurge Favyrot to rived here and has visited Hamilton, sob, The shot wasilred at moats lose 4,bten Sae n lsogvrgodr~Ii
~~~~~~o JohngsodeFar faitan yw n man ill Tarahed muh riage that the woman's clothing was Mo., shor43y after midnight, Thurs- Wlien the ro;bblr\ .4 or Jrraisned In- histe aeld was much- relwe day night, robed the pass agers of revolutionht rr
lowe as to the cause of the trage. fore Judge Clark and will probably be Shed anod arb nigvreeyd.e a gum placed between tine hundred to two wagons j!
*.r -his frlenwds Issubd a statment, turned over to the sheriff of Bald-win th rw friend live hundred dollars and escaped military ordcr,
Va "he followed the unwritten law," county to resume his sentence -at Ouly One Eye Witness. In the darkness. rongs.
-4Q" is the b1*et that he wagsaveng- Bay Minette on a charge of burglary, Moses Parrish, who lives with his The train left Kansas City at 9 Eye-witnesses
1. 110s aiput to i, family., Judo Which he was serving when he made family next door to the Brinham homne, O'clock and was due to arrive In merit that the rt.%. w
.1!svrW*' friends also declared that his eWspe. He is said to haye a was the only eye witness to the trll CUhicago at 8 o'clock Friday rorming, den In the nvigW1 DIr._ AI~u6c* was forewarned and Ifoe- Wife In Stockton and a divorced wife ody, as far as eold be ascertained. 'The robber, who Is described as be- the train siopiui a-r1e4, .- In Georgia. Parrish stated to byestanders that It. ins tall and wearing a black over- Wles sprang up ci
wae ina heir whice, when hen -or wa coat, boarded the rear sleeper at iy emefuting t a'.
-occurred '!h a~t the Urn. filled with Count Boni's Trial Next Week. wae ino hio house~ whn hehearde whaot Slater. When the train had gotten the biugle. T. '1
1 leading 611o".3 of the city, acoom- Paris, Nov. 10.-Counsel for the hn ea oof tohe aBrffinm home adthe well under way, he entered the sleep- ing in frontlo1 t :(
-tfahledl somie cases by their witas. Co011ntess1 de Castellano in her suit for ireroteBihmbrnadheer. an observation car, bound through and killed and t r
At qrmlg of thin amated wese divorce against her husband, count rattl$ fsecns i tpe from Son Francisco. He captured placed sentinfls
Judge ?Synot was seen to enter an Boni, are confident That the applica- Into his yard, and about that %fine by the conductor and porter and at the proaches. aird cutr qpo booiJg. raise his arms ad fire ion, of the osnut's attorrneys for an $he glare Of light i0 Brigham'@ hoRme, point Of a revolver compelled them to Wnil# vomew n~plv toe ftib. Ro. aus ~jais o "*e witnesses in tf~o sPqrg~SmrebOdlhdO rcdaedo i n aeu the trainmuen. (1.........
*mniiesdItiliW ezdurreadetd. hliself.- easi6 will be deald by, the court when with his son. the Pasengrer... The sleeper was corta of 1te !
Dr. Aldrich, the victim of the the11 matter comes up next Wedneedat. "What to the trouble, Brighamo?" well filled. As his demands were hoijslbro"n, oSkootin, ha~d JUIt left hisOM ofi n It Is also regarded ,as tnafsureably Parrish was said t6 have asket. carried out, the robber. keeping thle rifle force, blov.n this building lie wag found lyin certain that the public prosecutor will Bripham It is alleged replied that he conductor and porter ahead of him, andi killing five ,) In th1 oorridor with a revolver stlek- not avail himself of the right 'Which had found his wife with another man. systematically relieved the passen- I). '()undiang e1LN,' Ing noiso down, In his watch packet he POsess ti) be hear in the Inter- At Ohis Instant the woman eme run- ger& of money, watch&$. and jewel- The revolutii tanhl Its butt hidden under his vest. ests of the general public. Never- aotaon h unro h iss Y. We ehdmd i a h a n rt
Fully ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ I asntbeastfsoig ftteg ann of a dic untAil levlld te nandfied for t tie robber _ol nt r the ^&. u i- miliAr _


M AmosM everybody who reads the new~s- Malaria is an atmospheric poison which we uflco!scIiQj
944V I~ ;ta vwvr ssreJ nwo teoodr ul Known Sltrke LaWyer is our lungs through the impure air arising fromt low, m arshi~
cure t:in' o byz' Dr _onds, damp cellars, sewer pipes, improperly ventilat d 1. -ot ter t kid.P Appointed Sftft Attorney. vegetable latter, etc. Day after darIthes. germs and poi0~ r
A' v ~Ley, liver and bWed. the lungs, and as tbt! blood passes through the it becomenit
pQ~I7SS A*19l Sy''Y der remnedy. WILL HtoD JOB SOME TIME poison and in its circulation distributes the microbes of (I'~~
it isthe greatmued. of the body. M lra is a very insidious disease; it give, *
-. t. pm, ~~ ical triumfpk dfcmn i the irculation is filled with the poison and t
nineee~1ea~uy; Nme o .1 M. iven theNomieehas the system gr Its mercy. The blood tecoznes pollutel, t 1
*A of011110 dsciveetF Tz Will be Presented to Nexmt Senate by its Slow, irregular circulation fails to poely nourish ii ..
w~nn U,-.V by Dr. llaut,- the Governor With Recommendation For body. Then the entire system is atakd and if the g,, 1
emnn kidney. and Appointment to Ofie Malaria are allowed to remain the strongest constitution v1
bladdor specialist, an swnWlyNo one can feel wll when the system is in a malarial conl grk*;i 114F for .6 Six- juccesaft in promptly curing ane back SP~S oT.Nl weak, the appte digestion deranged. the c
"l~1'P~1 of" th rcaictrho h n Tallabssee, No. 9 -Governor sallow and the entire fy7eels the effects of the poison. a
4~~~~~~~~~~r~~hc 'a~ 'a dieh' Diea vhch "5t I Broward today appointed Hon. Augus- removed from the system thruhtecruainadteoi
111104i '600 'Ib thloalt form of kidnev trouble a copihti i .S :I o nl lasstebo
D~r. Kiltner'7 wo witRt is not tooIn V. Long of Starke State Attorneycaacopihts s.S..Inooyclaesheh''i 04p h ~~fE mmne o vrt~z but if YrouhefoteEihhJdilOrcitoil morbid miatter.,,but destroys the germs, cures Malaria and r ~ .
I$ of, $be Vangbiru of kidney, liver orblde trouble it will be the unexpired termo of Host. Benjamin Isuide of trongs, healthyn,!
to ife ,Aisqng gen.- Idnd just the rseaedy you need. It 1142 Putnam Caihoun, decesed. Attor pis yn m a d toi oos, eralt
tbis Ofl of been p t sted in po- a cticey in h s pefet W i
-014. f I po': t wor be nsd in soany practice, n hampit y Long's appointment will hold good blood free of all pioon
&M.61101mienton''.o th pvedsosu1 ul lg every case that a until the meeting of the next State es o prct onio. Whl
Vm"1sI ip the hjatory of the special arraupmin been made by Senate, whmen the name of Hon. J. M. PUEY VGTB e1 #,o Malaria and builj'
disferook is being manifested which all reaO~s 09Of~paper, who have pol luted blood S. S. S. ~i
Vetea~sis ver ~eionof te nt areay tleils.,wayhav a ampe i, the nominee, will be sent to P
"4,6IA0t eto ftebottle sent free by mall, also a book tell- $bat body with recommendation of ap. t h niesse.Bo ntebodadayne
The vetets lire amtlpatimg hIng more abou Swamp-Root, and how to pointment. chage TlfW TPCIFWC60.9 A1:ir
gft~ea~ot~l.Uur cme. ndA utlf youharkdney orbladder trou- Att~re o nghsbe evn s _t~u~Q te, urivrs f heble. When writing mention reading this ruey Longhabeensrving-a
olqvuf ito suneeiless tof the .couofrllupprilsfdo temporary State Attorney sine the
00lo 1i~ be hc & Co., Binghamto, been appointed by Judge Wills. 9.f~ i
MdIN= "t'd. ThS rak N. Y. The regular 1
d~ 0 4ero sbesom. fifty-.cent and Sn- TOMACH'S IMPORTANCE. h S R C [ L Y C
rn 04 every gearo the dollar size bottles, ae Rom of 6zoro't
rai0. yva )e~ om odsold by all good druggists. Don't inake How toStrengheA Et #Eo ThaLt ItWl
teras bias. eingsommnedany mistake, but remember the name. t t~Ta tWl
he Sr e~s4 wamp-Root, 1). % 'lier's Swaip-Root, Act as It Stiould. FE O L .M R
~ iM l~ Iiedand the ad~rew. 3* %hatuton, No Ye an The stomach is the pricipal organ Abtracts of Title and full intfomation furnished regardigIei
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ m bottle s e.Cmad ________________ onoeuusd. in the digestion of food. It county. Our manager has lived In this county thi rtl t n
.60onfe09 det It Is weak, inative'or out of order and is thorounghly conversant with laud titles
loa~J~d by$b So of, %he 129h snd J'. J. Filley Chap6er unable to properly digest the food, the
as 1J. T. jt td by she m alo eltereise them ee in the body will soon be in a state of semi- r7 w i V 71
a.UC ~ oetd ~ esiorsihasns of the* Velerais. The starvation.H7 r 0 "m
he~~ Wilhre ~ aie site deeply Interested In the Then, too, when the stomach Is weak,BJ
th-gmst t e vion. pleasure and comfort of the old eol. the food is not poeldistdadFIRS. ACCIDENT, BURGLARY A19D INDEMINITY [N,1
b t hecti by his pres. porldgetdadsenting a number of prominent American and Xnluh np ni,
10hviasiou #A exene digre.mnd they propose to demonstrate lies In It for hours, decomposing, fer. REAL ESTATE ANP flITY TAAR
I IuXlgder. General J. 0. Dav. this by their hospitality towards them. menting and forming poisonous gases G a~ e--11 :F .rd~
keoville, eompsmdiug the Bes Arrangements Nearly Complete. and ptpmaines that are absorbed into___-- -brgae.Commander Horatio Davis of Stone. the blood, poisoning the system end
.4a hoped that all the distinguised wall Camp states that arrangements Imnpoverishing the blood.AL,& N MALAA n&itkQ M&h
rate Veterans oow in eome, have been completed for the enter. To enjoy good health, It Is absolutely
of Sb. United Confedersa Voe,. tainment'of the visitors, and assures necessary that the stomach and diges1 0 ttend. as elaborate preps. theo public that the oseasion will be one tive organs should be strong, and no
ofGinslie aa caios hesreghnigad iig oetoteA "CARLOAD
I* bengmode to entertalu which Will go down Ini history as one other remedy equals Mi-ona In
0. A4. kInvited. committee of arrangements have whole digestIve system. o
In dutis t~0ngextended an been bard as work In completing Relief from the ase of Mi-oas is
Invitla to *0e %uaghters of the Con. their part of the program. Time come, permanent and lasting. Use Mi-o-na 4tederaoy, 9 on* a of Oonfedea'ate mnittee on reeeptlon, &he committee on for a few days, and the digestion will VeteIrans, Stoi0wall Camp bee ear. solilling-suiti fsto all eommitteee be good, the appetite keen, and there dially isvhed members of Low Wal. have labored earnestly for %tO sucem will be no nausea or disJ~ress after eat. lace Pnet,.0 A. Be. as well "s other of the reanion, whiab they AdI will be Ing. 00o leepleslless. no nervousness, posts througbovt tUe Atates to join the biggest sees of the kind ever anl the headaches, backaches and dis. them In the Lestivities of good fellow. held In the State. turbed heart action that are the direct
ship upon the ocasion of this reunion. Adjutanteoenerara Orders. result of a weakened stomach will soon Jt s pobale hatLw alle 151 Adjutant -General A. D. Williams Mi.oena is sold under an absolute
will silliate with The Veterans,. and of the Second Brixade, Florida DAvis. guarantee that the money will he rethat other 0. A. It. poosts of the State 1mm, IV. C.- V-, has ssUed the following funded unless the remedy does all that will send repiceentallves. As far as orders: Iscamdfor It. Ask J. W.
.*sornbe learned, this )a the Biret time l, eadquartitr friend Brigade, Flar. Inwmt.4I to showr you the garantee IM P O Vd 3 RL E


A C O11NTY Commander Davis of C. C V and U.
A S EO U D. C. Presidets Confer.
Commander Horatio Davis of Stone.
,.Y~~ wall Camp, U. C. V.. Jiro. John Ches. nterestiaprdent of Kirby Smith Chap.
In ter. U. D. C., and Mrs. W. B. Taylor,
t She toprident of J. J. Finley Chapter, U. C A S
PRoouot Then tell him about Ayer's D. O., together with a few Veteran s,
SI OF PRODUO h etry t ora him at Imes at the court house by appoint.
-RSa nderry Pectoral, Tell If meant Thursday morning for the pur.
missioner Callison and M how It cured your hard cough. Ipose of a conference regarding the The Kind YOU
Have Been Energ.-ticaly Tell him why you always keep program for the coming State En.
Ten Carloads of Exhibits it in the house. Tell him to campment of the U. 0. V., which will WSl
Set From This County* ask his doctor about It. Doc- ibeed n ti Tuesd and
Wednesday ne xt, the 111th and 14th. wfA3
ridaY' Daily Sun. tors use a great deal of It for The ladies reported that everything St
on county does not walk throat and lung troubles. was working smoothly, and that ar- 5 t
the State Fair at Tamps Thebestkindofatestimonial- rangements for the ascommodation of
ampooship prise, it ** for over sixty years." the visiting Veterans had about been Sta ld of perfected. Accome nations have
be thile ofFirCmmbeen pouredd through the hospitality 8
A. Callison and his Ssis- 1% SARSAPAn"A of the good people of Gainesville, asSs t.Cont"41 of
11 of whom havePbeen workio LjT S many of whom will entertain the j MorphinetoMieal. Of
proverbial beaver for the past wehae no secret! we pans Veterans in their home. TNAR C O
Whenever Manager ofl11. a t our m diaues. Commander Davis tated that be ...... *
ertakes a thing he does It, and see of Ayer's Pills at bedtime wil was at work on the program, and same A g E2uAl7am e trtaawserf-ha~tert recovery. Cently laxative. would be complete in a few days, at
r demonstration Was ever of- which time it would be given the press
t the excellent said success- for publication.
merin which he carried out the famished many interesting specimens, pped out when he undertook eto., to be used in that department. Sells More of Chambertain's Cough ou task at the beginning. Diversity of Exhibits. Remedy Than of All Others
bie direction a vast qdastI Alasheseoooty in going to surprise Put Together. """"iltiteyfon"P' Us
t diversitY of every rasouse a great many people upon her diver- Mr. Those. Georse, a merchant at Mt. Aps S ldo rDionfti. aty has been gotten togeth* sity of exhibit. The agricultural ex* Elgin, Ontario, en)*: "I have had the ion, S RSfrisit w 11 require about ten ears hibit will be as flne and as varied as local agency for Chamberlain's Cough asssexi oOr SumpasEr Ov
rt. A force of men are en- say to be found at the Fair, while the Remedy ever since it was introduced sily loading the cars, the first citrus and horticultural display will be into Canada, and I sell as much of it ?acses Segnature of a
was shipped from this point one which cannot help but be admired. as I do of all other lines I have on my sy,and another will go for* Some of the bandsomest eitros fruits shelves put together. Of the many XRK. T use atY
sy. There will be about four ever grown in Florida is pineked from dozens sold under guarantee, I have loads from Gainesville proper, the groves of Alachua county. not had one bottle returned. I can sinin7 six from various see- One of Alachua's principal displays personally recommend this medicine the county, including two will be of Bea Island cotton, and sev- as I have used it mysef and given it to aido and two from Alachus. eral bales of the staple aill be taste. my children and always with the best ExAct coProv WaAPPa.
hua County's Spac*. fully arranged in the exhibit. Ala. of results." For sale by all druggists.
a county's space in the main shus county being the cegtter of the "o am -e e
will be the same as lasA year, leading Rea Islnd cotton Felt of the NEW TURPENTINE FARM. If way down the building, on world, will naturally send some ex. as one enters the main door- cellent samples. The method of gin. Stringfellow & Oliver Will Establish space will be ample to ning, the evolution of forty years, will Place Near Gaineavtile. ate the exhibits which are be actually demonstrated, and this J. A. Roberts of Fairbanks was a visfor that department. The feature of the exhibit alone will itor to Gainesville on Thursday. work department, which will attract large crowds. Mr. Roberts, who is an experienced FA L. afowzzas
r charge of Mrs. W. H. Pal. h tc xii naval stores operator, has bes em* 'IasvaW aa n wwXwAN
IIlof enTrse occupy a space inE b ployed by the Chase interests at Fair- The rt.Iron and tenI Jill and restorative form"ead wagaea,
The exhibit of livepy sto wille b strength and viality be ils up tho system and renews the Normal
ngThe exhibit of live stock will be banks until recently, when he re- bring health andbappiness. Odoesinabm. Forsale lild
ing ed o e fr another important feature. With uch signed to accept a position as manager or we willtmat, securely wrappd. on reoilrt of pric, no
the educationLeibibit from AM6ill boxes for $6.00. Dr. Mu*'e Chemial o 36 01wle'waa hn
a magnifient farm as the Spring PArk for a new place which J. D. Stringrel. E b for $. D. NR Chei Co., aA.
in signed to %hat branch of Stock Farm and many others to select low and A. H. Oliver will establish from, the numerous owners of fine aboot three miles to he eastward of --- ----- -m .
an's Work 0 bones, there is little doubt but that this city. The firm has scored a large
aD epartmept. the bulk of the premiums In this direc- body of doe timber, and already a Palmer reports fie progress tion will go to Alseba. The Spring fore of hands are at work cutting omen's work department, and Park farm, whih carried away many boxes. The new place will have the lion of fancy work, pro* premiums last year, will be there grst season twelve "crops," or 120,000 home cooking, ete., promises larger and better than ever, if such a boxes, which means that it will be one I attention of thousands of thing Is possible. of the most extensive In this section. *
to the great State show. The display of mikeofactured goods Manager Roberts states that the new he Educational kxhibit. will also be an impressive one, and a enterprise will be op ed by Saturday.
tenn of oor a a~ dr~ dislayo whleh any couny would Alreforce of hands will be emto complete arrange events for. In all, Alashes county proposes to thu. county edoes ional dis. do herself honor at the coming Fair, A Year of Blood.
Is very moeh ecooraged which will demonstrate to the world The year 1908 will long h. remem. taW rs th. faet that he has her advantage. bred in the home of P. N. Tacket of
h~letae n hih o re---Alliane, Ky., as a year of lood, which
ae that the various In Time of Peace. flowed soecopiously from Mr. Tseket's
the7 d1,iat the county re- In abe first months of the Russia. lungs that death seemed very near. torof~iusly and promptly to Japan war we had a striking example He writes: "Severe bleeding from t rAsiotane, and have of the seesuesty for preparation sad the lungs and a frightlal cough had Hre 1bLbf1
the early advantage of those who, so brought me at death's door, when I u s,
to speak, "have shinated their roofs in besa taking Dr. King's New ieovr. dry weather." The virtue of prepar* ery for Consomption, with the seco. and Mules .. Ween
stion has made history and given to ishing result that after taking four ea our greatest men. The individual bottles I was completely restored, sadg AT IN8as well so the as on should be pre* as time has proves, persnstly
~~pared for any e rgeney. Are you cured." (*uarsateed for s're lunsllAl
AprNepred t neeful cma the _ouhendols,_talr__eo_*
first cold you task ? A cold san #* Price Fto sad St. Trial title f ree.
eae ehmore quickly when treated --,~vv Purposes Proe

T O Vsnoo s itha en conusrted sad Bmrelw Wee CIRDes
E *ysem .tChamerlan' ('s ih Rem .RUT .BOEN
uuy is famous for its cor. of cols'd We Make a Specialty of
itsabould be keps at hand ready foray. [ETS
TOatue.FoY ElSy lldusissO(8*qWnMllrLw$cg. M U L E S for W O R K IN G
etan t e e For Adtyal Iuopt .

a good odmetadn aft radse nvret f **I-** P U R PO S E S
a teg aliases, and lfts a little girl B LIJ
ie t74it Id baby now eight secoth* old The T. W hILS.Jt. #Jich ares unairanutenal .M und and in
father, a hardworking. Pirnee man. 's
't~ $Utg O eatrely dependent upon. his dstly ATTokLNFY-ATlI. Ex elntW r i*O lr Pices
work for a livng arnt has e, near relay* "i
3Aaid caq put sae who ea.n.tke.thecab, .a rs*** ojvsrs.s. *ta~ E*OJI'\I'Voiksigi" O j)r -ie
~~ ~~~ ~it. Hie do** not wass it to ahe- --A ~~A '~ ~ ~ If
r~ipuf* orpas asylum and ao wi ,t g to: rise it *J .j 3 ~ l)
to sorse good fatally who are abl. e to ere for it. Is is. sous' l esithy ..Cisl Englser ad Surveyor...

"'"":"a ',',:"."',"'..";,t". ,,a.r, .. m" "e If It'S a Stylish Turnout
feem s*ees. who may be so r-*d

~* ~ .5 ~~~FKIYIOAL IU.SYou Vant

he Isad a,. Dr. Klag's iew 1-4f* Inie Sge,....d webks.*** am.
~rowargc.. W ..i.v.......e ,g .. ..... .....2 IO 0 C (AN GE 5 IT BHERE .
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CHJA PEuN6ao enstegto li. show.wi~~
ALAOMA H~r~u~In~w. he *us hit hand, by which tr 8

A i TY FAI L~DIA 0. Dlifu Stertainment and Supper was deteetfd and captured at th
For Benefit of Piano Fund. golidtd, Gin by Mers. sea y
AlacosNov .10 -The girls of the Heokard. Re Immediately c(ne~
-s'b.. ________________________'~4 ,~ -,. laehna Higth School gave I SUPPer Aerythtnit aod led his caprr T
1b RY dMR I riday night' for the benefit of the wheroehe had burif-d the 'hoe r
great deal 1h the mstser of demon'stat- ~* paofn.It was well patrmniaed. money near the MethodiptChrh
**luw 1gb sluiral reourses of the -.. the net eeipts of the Ie**ajpg He was tried before Justicea.1
eoepey. Mr. Williams *9111 have per- amoanfirqg to about $26. The Alglje. on an indictabent for pettylaej
L L RE114CEID "aW 4111rge of this exhibil ddring the serve much credit for the *DOW sand convicted and sops to tfie chai l r
Q~uty ell ~ prng ark Pie ~enterprise which they displayed In the for three months. lrE ent phreparationrOileo, h i as of this supper. are
"'I .Wih Cmisonte Pals h ark o aright, industrious lot,w an *sly On thetomb of Joseph IT, IfA~
nOietny to IMMro h pring 8ak tock make a splendid success of whatever tria, In the royal cneeery at V~~
'Horses.' 0e~aO.4 and who walked away wit tbheby undertake. Those who atlended In this pitiable epitaph, rard[
losheRJolty of prices at the "Big the supper eajoled it very musk, snd the king himself:r "Here lieus no,
ow t Fer proposs to reur t declare that they got their Moes arch who, with the best iotnt,~
ans~ hot*$, thi6 sowing Fair in better oondripi T worth of every Ihing porabased. Messrs. never aured out a s"Ingle plan.
b pasiki uz ee. He will send two earlolods piau Green, Richardson and "Re~ for. the truth were.kow'. today,a
VSe-4be hems of fine rigistered Hereford cans;#. u11 m shed music for the occasion. thereby many epitaphs woold be @crate
berated by wrieea carload of registered A* A N EV LL contributing much to the Cuess and and this one put In their place,
S~0ion 11;- etc. 11This shipment will leave Gaine' enjoyment of' the eveg. Bore had
pggeis propsm, III* Monday. arriving in Tampa in Y .. 1 such a pleasant time that they have
34 os1iovmber ample time for the opening of thel ThIursday!, asked that something of the kind be
Al .,.atr Woman's Work Department, gIl Lsc otes.
fts 'vii) eatsr MUri. W. H. Palmer, manager of the Novembe~r 22 The school has been busy dufflV the CPRM5
teV61100,416"se, Woman's Work Department for Ala- past week preparing exhibits for the PWAID
May, be' 4*depnd chat county, has not been idle, witta Fair.
*OSllr 04"10 the result that she habarnted a onue Mr. Kirkland, ginner for The Alachoa
4~Pones or-re d lIo handiwork emrae under hManolseturina Company, has rented
0060potious for' be. ibis t partment. Mr's. Palmer has the Ellis house, and is moving his
sfsaleoodatione ill boom very ambitious In this work, and faily and household effects over 1
eful eMsIderation ot esa will probably have as fine a die. Alachua are glad to have him become
,ko h ieco pity I n woman 5 work as earn be fdu nd a permanent resident and aciien.
st he Frair. The election passed off very quietly.
Asl w~P e. The 1dt~ational Exhibit. 4MO+" aDRAVVAY VILRPHANT The vote I&# v~pylgt nysz- -"61111 hermee for The Vocaesional Department, which svnot having been polled. We
s000 should will be exhibited under direction of are glad to state that the vote on the
1106111s should County Supbrisemdont J7. L. Kelley. drainage amendment stood sixteen for
4Wu Thus0.1 bids fair to bear ipopegsion with any to thirty against.L
ig Open- county of the tte. Notwithstandilng 0n the night of the 2nd inst. one
I.Te will be that only a shoist ime' was left& in Jenkins, a young negro, broke Into theCHS BLMO
e* ISe O open- which to prepare ihis exhibit after racket store of W. H. Bsley aind stole CHS BLM & O,
II ~ 6 besipdTom- the Board of Public Instruction had a pair of shoes and some small change. 1517-519 W. Bay St., JacksonvillI .
.1If marked "0omn16 decided to go to the Fair, what will be
ir," aed seas In hams seen in this department from Alachua
Oommlssioner, or to county will be a credit. The teachers "WIEN AND DASV VILACK r149 a POIRT 1. COLSOIP Ps. J.V.BLAIDIUG IC -Pros, B, R. COLSORX -Iws.
0, presides$. throughout th~e county have responded
a Premium List. liberally so Superintendent Kelley's
Is the lis of prie and requests for Aid.LAUA CNT
of which will be judgedAB TCTOMD
dadbred staflion, W. LOT.W
saddle stallion, gelding or LO TAT GWAME
stored or unregistered, $X; ____G ~ ~ u e l t
bination stalion, gelding or AfeQTe IS&. IL C)OMble t@ OIE N AYSA
be driven sod then shown on. MiT C04AD AD SA "The Title Is the First Consideration.'
*., $510. 6. Best pair coach Raduce PHNc @f Cotton. We do Pn exclusive Abstract business with facilities for Impattirgp L
$75. 7. Best sinle coach -.INFORMATION concerning ihe Title to any and all lands in Alachua(X y
or..b, to be exhibited by lady,
Best pair gentleman's road- This Advice Is Given Them by J1. R.
10. estladys sadle Williams, Vice-President of the Sa"
be ridden by lady, $25.IsadCtoGrws'Aoctin
.Caillson, Fair Commissioner Cad IoryPae.U Alachua county, snd largely Csards Potonl Ploer As.ain 1. II JJfI I
gb the Influence of whom this J. Rt. Williams of Alachua, vice.

IM AIN UfiOEIU 12,'19061.

-M0 DHIS T#CKET. the lHst of candidates Wp that place. The aggregate wae pal s te em- jThe Atnericain Bankers' Aufinclatio~i
(AIEVLEWith a freord of runmlag 80,000 VOteS lyc 01Of n111n110106UrIng iad4111161 00 In could not strop at its recent conven.~ ~1JJ x*.~ t nore than50.000 votes behind his ticket ini tk* pivotal State the United Fsttes daftsg jbl year ftion on a Plan fir iteltirg more~ money
iCiitla.4 hg r*ast. An salviii of the of New York he coul Is hope to cet 1906 was, in round numbers, ,sl, In emergencies. That reemil to be the
~, ~ati~~l5 ioew'ea Will probably show that the the nomination for putctfUI 0.0.As the wage earnersl 111111m1- pricipal trouble wti eerybdy I.
mbf~iA under Act Oft 00SP Dogno~ft who scratched bias did Po the Democratic party. But there is berel 58492,000, the average per "aPigs this world.
wbS 3. 1 __________ personal reso ad anotherno doubt that he will make him irifla. wAs $532. In they-%r 190,$2OOS6,000,- ---- ~-*1nayi ptploW to his journalistic method, test. of abot $0.The Increase in the a- DKED UNDER SEC'TION 8 OF
st ~ie~idle Trld 01hoi ae hostile to the man himself. e'rthie number of einpliye. wasn 16.81 4W*. LAWS OF~ FIA)RII)A.
~and ott?&il others fought him because be PISTOL PERMITS. Iler cent, and in the aggregate wages otice IAx eryslen thut . M'N!&
1.ciFAR, di fought them on some previous oes- ilRld, f32.71. During the five years, she hid da~' of July. %. D. I), ban
--sion. Mayor MuClellan of Greater The pistol carriers of this cooflty acodn to the cenann bureau, the gotade Appflication for tax deed to
In accordance with law. Said oriltlatits
or SBISCRIPTION: No* York has a prettIy big following have an idea th t serourWp a license or inr~t in The number of factories ce the following described wproer4
f.leekSU 111 a1 year S04an all jbis influee was thrown permit from the board o4 e00047 Corn' was 342 Per cent, in the capital em- lased in Alachua ee'univ. Florida, sowf 1
Y single copies, 50. against him. Me~arren of Brooklyn IN missioneirs Authorizes 'and permnits ploy(i 45 -,13 er eent, and In the value 8 1-1 Of~ loo '%Ce. Se. IL I
APvEjirTI~!NO RAT21: Ginother Democratic leader who con- them to stick a rpi-al la their pocket of product nianufactureid 8088 per "ramO ~T~ .S.I
.dt~t~e~lft 5 cents a line &robs many votes. All he could do to And carry it concealed, or partly con- cent. St-ited in dollars the Increase The Raid land bring t e at the dlrt and 10 cents for each addi- defeat Mr. Heart was done. And there coaled. Not so. The awY authorizing in capital WR4 #4.121.000,000, In wages of L l.-ol 014 In thewn tertiofl. were Democrats of ]#ser note who permits was never Intelilld so; it does a6,0, lk, d ill value of products a Ules to cer i31 cex %hll heu tdee
ye avetiemnt for three, bed o~ld Pooreal to pity (4. The dele- not take the place qt the, law pro. $1,5O00. ThDtraewsgetrtettdvo l~eve. 1. 0
,tsaspecial rates. ThWirep a getr tew aheimyooielal lirnature MAn me
1'. Monht g at"s to the Domooratfe Convention at hibitingt the carrying of concealed in the &)ifith thstinIt any other section. &M Tth day of November. A Lk ill
rni~hetl Po pplicatio- nsete Buffalo whore were unseated to make weapons. The permit simply author- I S. Hi. wzRNo

Itlre,- et for contesting delegates who ises the individual to carry, openly, on Every prolwitrty holiler an tenant tI lr iol or Icn 0.
j~mZZZ~ were n11eeary to give Mr. Hearst the or about his person a pistol. Gievlesol ~vtegese&o oiEo 111.1AIN10k
OvtCaj9 i? 1ortanomination for Governor, The privilege given by thesel permits DEWD UNDER SECTION 11 Or CHi
slid the Thrice-a-Week doubtless were active agents In bring. has been and is being abused daily. It holdein clann uom i( aeeie auNticeiIr heeb LAWSn OFb J. ft.
)ll;orld Intg aothis defeat. And there were the courts will plsala few fines on r holigndin he inaitin hinte 1s.1111 Noicaer o-hreb Tirl Cethtt N. It,
yer bot enwh wresmeofthsefelos hot t hav codthon repaltoi .i, havintes puoase A. Tit Cetiht No.aa
and the Atlanta Ma.) Independence League mnwowr oeo hieflw h.tikte3ddyo uy .140 a
i,stittltof onyso**. 1 51W aeterptsit fhvn heprUct om oftlee. &ntI ham made
oneo 41pogrifntled beeatise ther ticket was It the thing to go around with Lion for tiox deed to im~uo in aocordsano
f Slid the Atlanta (0010kokds icsI re omketehnl ftnodpso tcis healthiest climate andi the' beot waler law. SIaSW cerUffe~te owbraces Ste fol
.wetkly.1Tournal one f~ 5 nce i'e nodrt mk h adeo nodpso tc ing li the State. Lot us krep that repots. aeeriabod Property bllusted to Almebis
~ ad he em-Wilew room for the men who had to be taken oat of his hip pocket, it will brinf( tion byoda al en.Nt4o e1- n N 4 fN 9
onli te sei io b ofl mens aeodaw 1-4 lofa Now 1- nINt o o1.a
Union on.year...4h 150 eao fI codnewith the under- them to their senises, and make them 1-jof N w 1-4. %'ea. 30. To. 10,. H. K-lit)
carryingthem, o use a elt andThsnaill land "lite aniiistold ati thme date standing between Mr. Murphy and Mr. stop carigteotueabl n he kviuarie of such oertillas In the na
We will not Accept S5W'ilp! of a Heauil. scabbard, as contemplated by the In the early days of railroadefliag in of he ItSmith.
enoinaio thn cen..Taking Into account the tact that law.-Arcad ia Newititouty.~~ a~o ordnr to low. tax droied will 600 tberoeaa
thepres f Geaer ewYor, ith- --any employee from d rinkang mmd many the 14th day of Irebe. A. 1). 1016
Me~~~~o treem wer Grae e ok ihIntemperate, Now ri- Witne- my offhicial algrna tit a semil
men have to hustle these days the eception of the Hearst Paper, Not every boy can be a rich man or road them virtlly te1rc i.. t e r irda ui ('oue~r, ll. 1
the workta sofrdt~wre against Mr. Hearst and also re" a great man, but every boy can be a te.Mn oilne ilntpr lr ici or nW
ry hand.- memnberin., the dissatisfaction in the gentleman. A boy with gentlemanly tIs Maytoiais ilntpr
-- -ranks of the Democratic party and the manner,, who is trusty and honest and mitoany no tbe sany elicmnteingb aeri A) IiTratet. V61
.,sn ennReodfavors Independence Leaue, It must be ad- doe hie veyho vr day wil R aon o dranyirnmtnc.T lbs Ucla'.so fthee l J
Mmm Ienig ewi os ~vey rt ver m, w ~ to drink Intoxicating liquors, to all lPertions, Whons Thin
11,g of at convention to frame a fitted that he male a remarkably the attention and confidence of men -- .Ooncern:
0iiItl).strong run. He wats heavily handi- and will be given psyling and respon- You will take noticep that ix toa
sapped by dissension and Opposition sible positions sm soon as he Is old Returns thus far received from the thes flin publication Of thuu. notice, 1.
Itator of the ol.tatte of Joel tHou. d
pi'flylai Railroad has in- in his own parties and In' add ition to enough to fill them. Boys like to election in Florida last Tuesday show will present tit the lion. If. (1, Maw*S it dividend, but still declines that he was pitted against a Republi- have fun and a goodA that. It 14 right that where Governor Broward ro- i Moria, my movounte. ame muoh ad ef. the passenger rates. ten who had made A record In the they should. They will never be boys ceived his largest vote two years slgol, and Goa5l ieI'iiii atimi will then and
-life Insurance investigations and but once; but to have fon Is no~t alto- the opposition to his pet scheme of M. 24 L.%
Fr the new football rules there against whom mothinig could be gether what they are made for. Boys dralulnar the, Everglades was most man- diitao fteett t ixteen ways to kill a player said. are of value el to make men, good ifelt. Wondtr If he *III charge the $50.00 REWARD.
rita!ly and without fouling. Mr. Hearst says he will take his for something in the world. Chirac. corprrtatlolis with having "bought" Telorti tnyem- o
usdt In the ranks and continue his tr, lie a house, must have th.e right hiThitrfrod. fe Ba rwn f 'neant or (mthsarobsf
-----_____fight against corporation evils. It is kind of a foundation. The fonndat ion! and hisisnfvl nth Nt of K eIL. whim
xploAirn in California has Just prbbethat he will remain In the stones of a good character are rever- "He put his arms around me, bait he Ilr' i ieo ic 1ho eeeb,
ofwnranks quite a while before he has an- nefr(d epc n bdec onvrsned e"dcae h 'n~~ i lro tbe'11 lito
td 250(MO gallons ofwn.-oc o W epc n bdec onvrsupe e"dfeap h.(Ot. mind A. 1). 1191t.l. WiEfaW
ertamly ptits Carrie Nation'sm other chance to get an important of- parents, deference for old people. emago lady who is suing a man whom Cokmi e
yace Boteookan ensfg. It may be that he is one of ~r:she accuses of having swindled her
those who are destined to win fame in Close within oir roo.h often lie the Out Of ,$MNtosi hrb le allJ ofrr~
the ranks--who make themselves too very things needful to make our lives 7 --- -_- tees, distrituttion %ad nil Iter..e,. lbiset
infrnl lid tges holdunpopular fighting the battles of'py uIfladbatiu;btwt Another gtin-plsy has been pulled or demanads1alnesl the qimi',I0 41f
inf~fiai lin tier shuldhapy. sefl nd wauifu; bt wthItocae. decesood. to) virvaet tita s
heir heftds chopped off. They others to get Office. Ifia n our eyes on the sky, dreaming of stars#f nT3 by Unrle Sari's "niggter" goo vial %b Uni rlqIrtr, 1 nrie tn the county and should bitiga for the Democratic nomination we can never reach, we are disdaining soldier.% was a rum dive, over El debts usut be timid Mi the undaraland
anymite to exist~ta~ of own eseao, ofd resulte Inoekledln
permttedto eist nder for President In 1906, he has aban. the treasure that rest& on o"onPs.adrsle noekle n .WfS
stncs.dised It. His defeat put him out of hearthstone, two wounded. Jti sdocasedil.

fig '4 har associatiop submits
at the Judiciary of the town is, 03'FIOIA.L TAIE3-L.Ai TEID -TOTEB
intances, about on a par with
n'd-baffgers, and nobody seents CAST AT GENERAL ELECTIN IN ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA, ON NOV. 6, 1906.
s~~~rirised.~~~~~4 1________ 11 1.~-z 1 - ----- [I ~r

EL 41

*J ON Lkl~Roosevelt bas dieed thot a r".wI
'Por X of a mand be admlal0sterei to Willis L.
1P .thAt ibost cain M recif Ci the weather burau, "Last Fall," writes Mrs. rS. G. Bailey, of Tunlot "it"4P310 untfor his addos -lath. c"s of & printer CONrS7IP.#7TIOW. XAM 009r ls s f.e, wh b nelton, W. Va.,. "I was going d9wn by inches,
'011 .,80"90 been ezpolle front te T!ypographitcal from female dis*, with great pain. After taksowel s lloterftabes union ftr A~t O~ytng his strike ansews n adi
csadby a topi n ad Oh yl .l oWyfwas Ieneitelu II
W rn" 'ItIs a purely vegetable com-.
me ouid ~zdpiqaant I", tmoto, mild At. m". ft to alleged, urged am not well yet, but am so much better that I will
inn aoblemtm thorottgh its results. Co0oer" on, two occasions to pay his keep on taking Wine of Cardul till I am perfectly
Go'for tati, parent or Mnlptbut the latter recured. =udparent. 2! you have Wa bewa expelled ftmn the union. crd
OT446r sedos n seightobyr. lfIlwft this, Cooper was trassfer~0t~qr7 to Piew Orleans, and be claimed Despite the envipus attacks, of jealous enemies
50.and $i.oo prbottle a~tibisoon, on tip part of Moore,
atan 3" l 1spnamn o i and rivals, Cardul SR holds supreme position
fmtat = copynwihtedmnstdy[sithpat years] -for the relief and
.a of o teTpgahcluin
batabed. In Thematerws,_reerredtot__civi cure of female diseases. It stops pain, tones up

4In enter. DEATH OF JUDGE NOLAN. reporting on the guostion of wh'fto the oranreults m
41. Pi0411110 -Of not CooPes transfer was intended the functions,, and aids Wri ts i a We aW g all
11111lavo, of Jacksoo.*le. a,* Knon a punishment, held that Mr. Adis In~um: ?alsd" will e
and Popular Citizen, Passes Awa. Moor's action In rig payment of i th relcmnof C a le=nor~mten
shOm soryo eegaheIfonai toTeBr the strike asoea t wa improper. Interplcmn o"ide
Jn eae, je Torom lshia aulolle as a tla e our n Under the clrcutdastancas the comnmis- .a misplaced organ. I soMTIn
eIs pa-ig Ma ih monee h et on expressed th. opinion that Coop- K ~ udSoeI 0Btls
orstransfer would not be for the A
the Ask foe. Geoo M. Nolan of Jsheonvihli, good Of the service, so this would give
4 AI wbe 667or of, %hat ci ty, and one o'f the the impression that it was Intend-WI r
1is prominent end .moss widely WI unsmn.NE- I
to R 1rr~ *pj19 k~iP, elti1enI of she Stat.. d asa uismet
evilf 0e W ,'W. 'Ibere was no pertleeas regarding For Storm" Sufferers.*~up fIeW ad ea-te hnS.anone .3 ak h a eetydsg
nlo' with alle who10" of stors ontonbo thest OF R oetpvry 1o~ erse
Owas t1a0 beSdpse W1~3dCMtd to receive subscriptions for the RDetpvet hud eree
a 6100kno hm. se os o ma ss pnlav tesfrrsNEGR TROOPS AR and not scorned. It was In the home
an stpl u~w im.Poeeed f mot 00ls 61Kn of Alabama as the result of the *of the lowly that we oftenest d
forse"1 his disposition, be made friends of all recent hurrican., which swept that fl ~lY Christ when upon the earth and in o~
,h deoe whom he me$$ many of them residing seton, resolved the first oontrtbu- DISGRACED BY ILWI I day It can be truthfully said that ~
*'* pa, br IN Ofts asetion. X*ryone who knew tion Wednesday of $5 from S. P. meet Him there oftener than eIe
.tis, gete him will bow In sorrow at his domis, Riehardse, of Atlanta. 'This Is in re- wee
mom-, a"d will offer sympathyp to the grief. 001300 to -the Appeal which recently Rattallion Dismissed By P where.
Ap ngo. strieoen widow. Garn. tO Governor Tenall from J. A.
d Iso dii.n .elIaa of 001de0., Ala. president of dent Roosevelt.
"wheaIt i *~* Sluggish Liver a Foe to Ambition, the Codon-Ilayou Isa htre Relief as- V.
bby pistol MWd You eannos- seeomplIsh very much l~atlon, formed for the purpose of CRIME COMMITTED BY NEGROES ~,~
ieee, whn te Ifpoorlivr Isimeeive55 ~QU eelxtending relief to the sufferers in that
*eeton from the recent. terrible storm
age ~w bllsof oU yot eesat.heay nd ligtas the oast of Alabama. Caused Investigation, Which Resulthis1 boy and kill. exertion exhausts you. Orino Lax&. ________a nRoeetsOdro imsa
l ive Fruit Syrup stimalates the liver NoCs fPnuoi.n..od;d nRoeel' re o imsa
*of lfewberry was and bowels sod makes yon ("Il briltht oCssfPemnao eod White Offcer Also Reproved by the
Aragidy. He .sqe and Wwiv, Ouino laxative Fruit 8y. We do Dot know of a single itistanee President.
lp obdes reSp 4oes not asuses. or gripe and Is where a sough or erild resulted In
A*e o4wi. mild and very plaient o take. or- pneumonia or consumption when Fol. Washington, D. C., Nov.* 8 yUn. Women
Ino In mor? effltiv than pills or or. el's Honey and Tar had been taken. precedented in the history of th rmy s ffrr 04appy For LWe. dimary esiatsim. Refuse substitutes. It aures sough& end colds perfectly, of the- United States is the action 00uferr
sod no tke haoeswit sme rnthe president, just announced, in dis- 4iouldus "ssin* itto the home J. W. Xe6o01t00 & 00. sodno tareparatio wih m con missing In disgrae from the army anus
ahool saporlploodent known i ea.o perwhich whue aycotain entire batta'Oon, of negro troops beW. Va., when his little No ok o.I.Afnm odto htrtrsrcvr rm8cause of their failure to disclose the I !1 t E I
restored from the dread. Idewit Yorf Nov. o.- theira nonditeo whao rers ecveyro
spedial to the Herald says German sold.- Ask for Foley'se H oal and Tar iett fsm fternme h
he names. He mayi V~,Ok who irk 1903 tried to gait ad. and refuse any subsitute offeredi. J. had boon guilty of violence and murdaughtor had St. Visual' "lesion to the white house with th W.' Mc)ollum & o. der. DON'T
yielded to aq treatment u.clared purpose of killing President As an evidence, however, of his let yourself to be misershir L
dto 1a1a. 111Stil 44 a Roosevelt, arrived In Panama fro Reisry Transfer Stations. intention to be fair to Lhe DCKFo troop- Why aufferfronisev.ire headWed11leire Btte*, hil an wa pu uner rret. hy- Chicago. Nov. 9.-The first 'regis- ero, the president baa accompanied aches, have fiainting Pl~e114
sthrie vlse b itte hles of andecwasuteraredhI s PH il try tranoter stations In the history this action by an order which may and be fretful? Your I i'~r
-#A-, _ur__ AS I* sur_ be A en bac to Che Thr _re of the Chicagon mali. have 1.&&n ope-n- amount to tho courtmarti ibf a whitp I1C'ledsAtti-i il. Tr~ lirbine


CAN VA Gaiesvlle FA.Ula..i So
M~kESUnde awl ? ofA xociuon is A muffilrent cotem~ afliav
out ofthecourbT of Inorlift W am or ""eGntbaainli HomesteS.a
M ESAlachua county. S41t*Sli to all MAj SyTdtn.St8 oleea
the sheriffs of tits ago* of v'.11oria. 1. L.. %d tober 24th. 190., for
linel lrf of A&is.iva 60111113. p4GCG- o te Re' Section It
1L llOfiee haves leviedl upon WisW 01 ea do Golan Uam. IK by Jan W.
Net il ON oae door In GrlU sR. Macsbuso coiutyl Is a'eU that Jame-A W.

G.rhg mumer you find Shiel4 Brand Em lam.o mbi wio.meWI. ot
IN U10. btween the a eo to worried Ua ma.y h ona
Vo~Ute IS 11W COMPLIETE thyv tol ask~ei ~ d rio"ty. towit: death of soiic
011iftilliencitiat 010 NObS COM coiner s hereby notfied So
Pole tr11,00112If~ wn~e.Besue o s for a e of the sti ict *OL or o 0 lefo tr evidence touch ha g
WasComboeU.ThdI0a, C111114,11CoW-o10.111111ill8l1y0 ~I Iwt s. O. on Nov. Light Ve Was~' e' ALnd en VD,,... and(O d 5 00* 0.1 861107 "~av Pro uanoter C SI s a nd Rec~s~eiver
Driae0ednti 6*K srsK n WQ~lmo HL) Bale a artist "&ry. The said oateetans bav
Defeated, toana Ameimstk*, 1 uti dr datilei ot Wile 111t11 of Sep- davitfloed ep. 4. a e
ornpisfiely Unf for mentoo UK and recordela &PsgeSSJ1of Dead tho w that after doe,
ing Snow~d 0eptI ne.frm n and ou wl et yoof the tlublc Hoeords of Alsobus of this riote ----0
The 08 fiaspiag board, 9 601111106111 0. money's wo e ioSvte lilt20f.the s M 810 1Weat: pee.per~ thual
T I e 4011 $0 feet. toec P10 1hsit o t poeulloa011.
C. Ped riok fdr the Board of Conysye n llt 'alIguslitepi_Ofd Coiu ntyAy a G un Box tin i mee Book of lad. more or m.Nthe pdK FOR
Irstion M. a. Oh.'" aneOonl unBo Calf etc. In Ic oka wife 500. P l 14o dl NOIE O
JugeH.G.Mmikin, met In the offie of .ltichtaitl, owida; togesthesr with allLn oa
orJdge Mason Friday morning for and atiourtenaasoeejo the san 1116u46111 Or inSeoy i
of J PL C. Kim Compm in P v wim, aiipe,.., Said piOPertY beI1111 Noticetohrb v
the i~irpole ofcanit"Ing he reuirri lrvi4i ") slii pbko~.Wt (it J. N. 0lIDn to0 with the tuvisos of
of th Reneal elctionand o~illillY 111111 011111 s I ItN ad exeouuin0 evor of W. A. Coi- June a. IM estitleod
of~~~~~~~~~~~~ tow: geea lto n fillyA A ?.GO~Ai~n th Illl ligidbil J. X jton Trmanflhi. tiWL)Or lands In Ms 1i"
Sheriff of AloobmAu County. Wlerla extended to all Ume
qaired along find tedious talk, but was W. S. IitcoK&is',. IalmtW' Attwalllel. of August 4. 1 4
finally verified and given out ofiilybwh tWe div filed In
214 follows: BILL_____FOR__________________men%____N__.___N1____for____t__e
For Congrese-Frflk Clark 8841; John In___________________ the____ Aiu n t -1l ('bLO12r. wil Tothl to11L1
F. Mclella Ill.Abrniai Ftord vs. Waile Ford-Rill for more v alu atile for Ia In' For Jstice Su~OM9 (0alr-W'l'I S t arinIt%- aritisvit, atal oth ilalm tsailand before
lian 0 Greq148 Chrls B Pak-flied in the~ aio ta.hte Goating that Maggie oer at Usisetiviiie, tla art
hill 780; James H. Whitfield M8. Ford. thet ilrtvnant therein named. IN 1% day of I4eeember. IuO6
Fo Rirod omi~inruWresident o~f the (-%t.5 of Plasds. that sai d e iamest an wIteew
ForRairoa Comisionrs-. T H Efendsat ha% lie-n istwwrit for mome tudaa ott %in 0111e,00. U.U.bare
(ays next pr'evvihbc litit order of v~abllestiofl 1381 rioddlI.
Clark B'~ach 107; Newton A. Bitch dad i icoaweziini hernelI so %hat boer of Any and all pesotlol
-2 R. Hudson Burr 810; A. 0. Bill subpoeina cann,)t be MOA 111t.he abotvelesoribord lands are
FS 2, T o G. e t at nd Is over th~e r iatr twentyort their lalima In thin oflc on ,
For taeSatr 2d itrc-.sId remittent alefeczldsnt be and she Is tat W. U. 14118
FoSaeeatr a2a ais ritl thereby reqjuirted to uppear to the 11111 of
H. e~rary918 PA i.~(. I i INI ~A A1'~'Complaint flio~l Ii %id eause a or before
Fo NrRerys nale- l L.Ca1.8.' H[ Monday. the rd dit3 of l0eeeber, A. 13. lisac. NOT)IVE' F I P ULCA
Fo Rersettve-y L. Catt B AGI I~ N A~ W AT C H~%5 otherwise the aileirittons of said bill will te DE'I.() t!NI*:t a
8'; ok 26 _________________taken ins ('(Thfto%,.l Il) '414 1lfen 4AaLAWSUs.r
8-;r A oe 2.It IN further onlei ed that thi antoler be pub. A?~U L
For Tax Amseuor-W. W. Colson limbed oboe a week f or four oonaecutive weeks Neaslet, is here 11I
TxClet-W D.DkionI have 4 Standard Railroad W~atches HA~O4 13n rapa"t iub. 00ertlfl se In WV t
For ell ollatorW. D Dikinsn .. H. WI KN t KS. Clie k Circuit Court. Won for tax dcccl to
N9. ~that have been used a short time that Itr sea Y ll 10 A.11r 1, ql E Clerk Cir. C't. )*Iig eeaoitwid lit o
For Treasurer-R. B. Peeler 952. Tw l 11frH. (i. MASON. S.oli-Ieor for CoxupJaInant. owity. 1i1%ria. towit,
For County Oomiuloneru-1. 0 Ii ll sell Cheap fo Cash. W rite atNe4of--. Al .6
lULL FtJI4 l)IV011CK. 11. 14. It. 22 NIIaom.
Ii~npir 90; .J.Mathew 90; F on e.The nait laiol ladling p~ipie 90; W J.Id~I111111111111 9; I. o ce.In the 'irult Court. li~Jhth Judicial C"irvuit, the latouatneo of suob F'. Naulling 898; 0. C. Pedrick 879; J, __________Alatbus, Ctots. Iraorhla In C"ban.'crY of Unknown.
D.Twsn 0.Iella Dose vs Hawo 11osy-61 fo t'nlo Mai certileate
I.rwned N ivorce, Order of I'uhilearion uirordii if) las. 4'
For Members of Board of Public In- It aperii W. aflahlit appaended to the onl thri 13si clay tit Nove
bm m W-ill Wolrd in the ahoy., ntated ousem that It&)-- W1111101110 111V 4111101111
pt ruction-H. B. B~rooker 882; J. F. niond IDura~y. the deft-ndnllot ties rein~ na1med. Im t11f:11,1 5t ca- of Uatobff. ,4
Futch 897; B. B. Week. 907. L of the StniIli of ilka. thiait si lrr 1111r14it
i~ucti897 R.B. eek 90. "Im V E N dendt hast bees alament feor toore than sixty i lr 1el or
For Drainage, 1612. days next prceio'ni this order of ilublicoua__fooldIli cone'ramii hiuwe'i %4 thlit servitie of
Against Drainage, 656. *11ti5pomevit eatiatilit, twie.gae tip~a1 him. and to, NoT ICl. 0V A lIPICA
U If% ~ DDj N (' ~'IAover the age o~f twe'nty-onec %Par%,i IltIICF.I) UNI)ICK sI'ri For Amendmeni Fixing Salaries HIG S~ P~ Ri I '.21aJ F LA. thacrefeae ortlert.l thats maie r~ie~nt do-.U~,
Justices Supreme Court and Judges _________________________________ fentlant be, asitt heo in herpuy istuirod 4111o.t LAW O VIAL)
('!r~ii Curt, a pear to) ti-oe 11ti of ('omialait filmd Noticle ib here-by give" b0
Circuit Cort 221 ati ratise *ata for before Monday. the purohamvr of Tax CergS~
Against abov, 472If EIiI~ci 1I~ha~111tu U~~flA IAA6~ I d claY tif I1voc'inher. A 1) ItaWA. thriethe Aril tim of July. AM~
AgainstLU above 472jj the mllegati~him; f11' i till 11 wili be &tken" ani 0orurie'ease In Illo tlee.0
for Amendment Fixing Salaries The OldestL W hiskey H u ei G or a onfelootd toy aid delviatant. lalioation f~tinLt, 11 '"M I t
120. in 1 further onlrettl that thim order hae vowt with law 1411e"IX1604 411tmea
Judges Criminal Court, 60 limbed once a week for fcur olysee'utlvo weeks lowing dvme'nticci I' *'i'erii al
Against above, 450. Established 1881i h mnsrleiU.l aewsu'stio'er Ibubibod county, pI.wiri tsw il:
For menmentEstblisingCour ________________In aki cominty and lital.' N4J of !.4 w 13. Up i.,b
TohismetEtblsigCor 1l Riot of Oeoheior. 1111111. 14611ud oc.1 tielng aimased
of~~~~~~~ ~L WARPinSabl nut,16,F ur WILLIAN4 H. U. WINNU1141. Clark t'lrcult Court. the iasnullen of ecut'h e'eu'ttvae In
ofleodi sabsOatc16 reooa of i i. U~nknoawn
Against above, 4W Pr line old rje. By the gallon $8.00 (geal) S. 7WIKzsSi"tJIClrkt(irsivis(!ourt. Unkceaia t sillvtoi %hall boa et
lotAmndentR~atve o med-Four full Quarts $8.60. It. 0. M ASON, Ibelltor for t'omuulaiant. eratinir to law. 1,ii 4vord will Poop
EXPR EdS 16REPAID 55VS tn el tD% cI~r .1144 %1gi.r %PA,
nk, Constitution, 128. -- -- N OIC E OF A PICill ATION IN IN TAX Wei3rdb a y t o Si.l No lv- i ure t d1
VKUv.sNDU SIr~jTION Itor Ulf APTKH 316 if W
A gai rit above, $47. a JE1111. J. COLENAN 4xm. LAWS (iF VIA)IDLA. id Cloth 41 Its Court Ailohem
GBBhagTsfesAerFuYer Pure Pennsylvania NY*c. Rich an eeb ie ln 5,1.Kas
G~~ .Bras efesAto orYas mellow. Br, the ogaisiti $2.78. Your hmerosv of TIas Cortifloaltew No. 3So, M' N()TIUK1 1)r" AP1'lCAYMN
~;. II. Borbans nI Carlisle .ful qoartsil$800. *As S and 11011. datyed the, Ith day o( KDUIFI '~TCI 0
G. H. it "Aoutalil Center, XPE* REAI)Jl.A 1). Olaf. has flied said fre- ;WUOI r:M1
four ~~~~~ ~ ~ EXRS years Ig D. July- -- -. ~ int~ ffe.adha a.ipl.Sm LAW% (r IA)ltllA.
rite ustin AIbaut tIi harensNI ago tationfor Inx deed 01 ea00 rlo In a'bd aie. rvi.n~xm


aster of ~ GenDal. andon0. 1 inqa o oe A Great Deal of Enthusiasm and 1 '
ered by Oua iy -e sta
L. V. Polk and Jasper Kirkland of F om 8tModae's D ily Su: 'e
It~ONAL. AND 800IAL ITEMS Hague were trading in this city jester- nanARK e
ERSO A S AS eei teGeorge Dampier of Hague was trad. SIXTH GRADE WON HONORS arsIs s
day. ing in the city Friday. TILitMAN
94 peneandWha isGoing M solBasie le, formerly of thi. .o eass
st Has t Corry Hester of Evinet si The Silk Banne Was Awarded That I Mi *Ac
to Happen Told Ia Short Panwa ph city but now of High Springs, is here or esve oEston wag aavnd Was Prsilke aon Firs AwadeAd That to That eN Who Rum May Read on a visit to friends. tor to Gainesville yesterday. Orade, and Was Presented on First AA
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cone of Raleigh S H. Gaitskill and William Gist of Wednesday With Appropriate Cere. t in The Sun. were visitors to relatives and friends IMelolsoh were in the city Friday. monies-General School Notes.
from Ir*day' Daily &M5. in this city yesterday. W. J. Hodge and C. W. Wl.4 were (Y %be Special Correspondeoti. MEL
I am paylot highest market price J. H Dyes%, a progressive merchant in the city from Alachua yetiterjay. The dst song by Nanalla and Lu- Sale of Fruit Fr for seed cotton at Hague. A. F. Seott. of Camprille, was among the business W.T. Chestnut, wife and son, have cile Kenalbrew at chapel exercises *o r John Locke of Trenton, a well known visitors to this city yesterday. retudd from a pleasant visit to friends Monday before last was greatly enjoy.
citizen of the End, ws trading a rfor private family wanted. in Jacksonville. edas wa the recitation of Alesea Melros. Nov 10
inthe cifyeter Must understand musi Address J. Mr. and Mrs. James Chesnut of Ala- 8<*harer on Friday of the same well's grove near
nthe city yesefay on uridty of the sm of attraction for
Mrs. L. J. Olyts and daughter, lit- A. King, Orange Helghts, Flo chus are in the city on a visit to their week. now as iesbest
dagtr Mrs B. Heogdts, I' no tIt*es
tie Miss Lois, woot yesterday to Ro- Have your stationery printed at The daughter, Mrs. B. F. Jordon. T'he silk banner offered by th' prin. sold to the Oo
chelle for a brief visit to friends. San office. First-class work promptly Owing to a lack of patronage, the eipal for the grade standing highest pany of Jack The finest corn ever seen in Alsehna delivered at reasonable prices is our kindergarten school which has been each month in attndance and deport- will commene county was shipped from Spring Park motto. taught by Miss Mabel Voyle has been ment, was won the first month by the facilitate the w
Farm to the State Fair yesterday. I have some very fle Rhode Island discontinued. sixth grade, Min Shannon, teacher. packing house a
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hill and son, Red Cockerels for sale; good. strain, J R. Fowler and family left Friday The bainer was presented on Wednes- storage room of Robert, left yesterday for Rochelle, large, vigorous stock. Price from $1 for Newberry, where they are on a vis- day morning, the fires week of this built. The grove where they will be guests of relatives. to $2. W. A. Jones, Micanopy, Fla it to friends. Mr. Fowler drove his month. with appropriate eeremonies trees, niont of wh John R. Hague of Hague, one of the Box 59. Cadillae machine. Little Yeleva Rogers, havng made a Ing. It is a sight
oldest residents of that section of the N. W. Littlefield, formerly of this Mrs. L. J. Knight of Ocala has re- general average in all of her studies of see and visitors a county. paid Gainesville friends a visit city but now of Blackshear, Ga., is in turned to her home, after a brief but sQ per ctt for the month, is the cme by the mand yesterday. the city. He is connected with the pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. J. W. standard bearer for the houor rade- Ira Goodeon and
Mrs. 0. P. Morris has returned from cotton department of the A. P. Brant. Mcaallom, in this eity. snedearrY tho pretty banner. of their mother, M
High Springs, where on Wednesday ley Company. E. B. Hayes of Tyler was transacting the teamerwAlet
There are now only two grade rooms tune to blow out t
evening she attended a meeting of the LABOR Contracts, just the thing for business in this city Friday. He is in the building i which there isa va- Monday morning Rathbone Sisters. '. farmers and turpentine men, 50e per senior member f the firm of Hayes cant desk. or a foot of empty floor ing on her daily
For Sale-Four hundred acres of dosen, $2 for 50, or $8 per 100. Cash Iros., general merchants at Tyler. space. There is now a daily attend* onsequettly land in Section 18, Township 8, Range In hand with order. Address, THE Miss Alma Blitch has returned to ance of over 4M0 pupil'. The average Wednesday. 20, Alachuas couty. Address 0. C. SUN; Gainesville. Fla. her home at Santa Fe, after a pleasant attendance for this month, the prin. W. W. lee
Pedrick, Gainesville, Fla. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Strouse have re- visit to her sister, Mrs. J. M Rivers. elpal says, has so far been about 95 per a large additi
Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Chapin have ar- turned to the city from New York, Sie was accompanied home by Master centof tbe total enrollment. P'earsall.
rived in the city from Tallahassee, Virginia and other points, where they .Joe Rivers. Through the kindness of the Board The Brown
and are pleasantly located at their spent the summer. Friends are glad Mrs. Lissie Johnson and son, Fran- of Trustees our school is now well sup. oughly renova home on North Garden street. to welcome them again. cio. and Mrs. E1fie Sutherland and plied with song books, and singing as prospective ten
W. L. Roberts has returned to his L. E. Robinson of Providence, R. I., baby, Sophia Dunbar, arrived in the chapel exercises is improving rapidly.
home in North Gainesville, after spend- Is at the Brown House. He is a broth- 'ity yesterday, and are guests of their We have already learned two new A Prem ing the summer in Chicago and other or of the late W. G. Robinson, and sister, Mrs. M. R. Saunders. songs, both very pretty. lion. John F.
points in the North and West. came here at the time of his death, re- C. H. Breed love of Palmetto, for We all enjoyed Sopt. followay's cola. Unisd trca
8. C. Haymans, one of the progress. turning to Providence with the re- many years a resident of this city And visits this week, and Dsperoally his n.t
8.mans O.nt HamIssn ofr ohe praes vissts tho weienk, and tsphill bose es
ive citizens of the East SEnd, was in mains. nty, is here on a visit to friends.trtini talk at morning series the
the city Wednesday, having come to We have a few Barred Plymouth Mr. Breedlove lr employed as solicit. Wednesday ne paid the rhool, Politciane inhe
bring the ballot box and returns from Rook Cockerels for sale at $100 each. Iit agent for the Eouthern Express pils and teachers a fine compliment, to his home, afterS Island Grove, his election district. Large. vigorous, healthy birds, bred Company. of whah, of course, we are very proud. 0n. Mouourim
J. M. Turner, a successful farmer of for heavy egg production. A good op- Miss Pattie Demptsy has returned We are learning to love our school ad once with ion. ie Lake View and a member of the portunity to improve your stock. Oak from a delightful visit to her slter to take pride in its good same. The never of the Unit
County Democratic Executive Com Grove Poultry Yards.-Willeford, Fla. and friends in Chicago. Miss DemP- geometry class desire to thank 0upt. flop and another mittee from his district, was in the Big Boston lettuce plants, grown sey's friends here are all glad to have Holloway for the nice compliment he flunt al Repubt eity Wednesday. He cme to bring from Vaughn's seeds.75e per 1,000 in her baek with them.and also to see her paid them. mattersd Jadliug f
the election retrne. lots of 8,000. Larger orders less. We so improved In health. We are glad the work of preparing left the streece of Co,
J. H. Oiteen of Willeford and J. F. also have celery, beets and cab. R. Smoot of Tyler, Texas, has ar* for the exhibit at the Tamps Fair is must hiave K1u11# "Just i Oiteen of Osceola were among those bage plants. Write for prices. Terms rived in the city. Mr. Smoot, who was over, and we have resumed the vega. Col Mc'tltiiui, who who speot yesterday in Gainesville. oash with order. Montrose Farm, Pa. in the emoloy of the Pacific Cxprs. lar routine of work. We bope tops a Gainesville for Oo fo The former is a member of the County latka, Fla. Company in Tyler, has aeepted a posi. number of the premiums. one In a while, nosed
Democratic Executive Committee Guy Zetrouer of Rochelle was in the tion with the Southern Express Corn- Flow badly the high school needs a provements durat from District No. 4. ity Thursday and a part of yesterday pany, and will in future make Florida physical a nd themieal laboratory-but nons, and feaoi
Mrs. J. E. Ankle, whi has been on Mr. Zetroner is now wearing laurels in his home. we have no plce soin the building So an sn
a delightful visit to relatives and the form of Elk's horns, having passed J. A. Ward, S. C. Barron and 3. P. put apparatus if we had it. There friends in Evanzston, Indiana. has re- through the trying ordeals at the meet- Howell of Bell formed a trio of yes- are aboat mle*y in the high school. *
eared o er omeinthi of Gaionville Lodge No. 990 itore tm this city from the Wes End and ast year there will be over 126
Friends are glad that she feels greatly Thorsday night. Friday. The former made firsal proof as only one will graduate, and aboot .S$
inigraedfrom the result of her Our cold storage rooms at Gainms of a homestead claim in the United thirty or forty well pen up from the *
viasit ville and Alsehos are now open for States land offioe under the stone and eighth grade. Soran provision will seas Upward SMW at haesille anpld re ber e' have to be made for laboratories and a en-The neat cottage of R. T. Schafer, bsns.W aeJs opee ibratvstr osinetahrni er
North Gainesville, is rapidly assuming Amog pomien
proortons an th cotratorcx-prepared to take care of all the meat Osineervetle yesterday wse Hon. N. A. The pison solo Friday morning by l gftyvp
jices t comlet sae wihinthethat comes. The Diamond Ie Co., R Biteh of Montbrook, recently elated little Eva Valseh at shap*I .'aersie
nets twor comples. a whinesl. B. Livingstoo, Manager. aimember of the Railroad Commission was as e***t sad pretty a spel (1QIb~GISI
containing five rooms, it will be a mod- High 14prings Lodge. Wood men of Benator litueh enjoyed the distinetion number a we have ever had. L) MSRUtS hl ernly arraged structure, the World, have settled in full the of reeving the highest vote in Ala- The pisnoodet Wedm**day mornies (drnttessferilutartershe
Mr..HlemanJohnon nd onamonot of the late Dr. Win. ilother, chum county for that honor, which he by Roby sad little Beratee Dead oswem
rcs fFr He ea eohno ave been, land's policy on that order. paplag amored The i'ar yesterday was appro* was greatly **joyel. sad ellessed a PA or Osr *w her fr fw ay a gess f hesame to Mrs. Sutherland, the widow, aI stores of applauplaWe hopes theinwill 4
firefr siter, days as g o n dofth day or two ago. The Woodmen have J. M Malph'irs of R~n n .W isy frS o eppase o pe thy. lftrmerskter for Hig Sput. heer a reputasion of promptnes in settlig Olark of Traier, old friends and sut.b Aa...ask / A,.a q
they yetervisitor Hthhr8sisngr.ofhMrs death claims, sad the order isegrowig serIbers of Thee Sun, were io the sty TELEPHONI SYSTEM COMPLETE. .
thy wil vis. anoB.hrier o Mr I i ti setin.n bo~inese5 Friday and estled to have
Jo no M rs.a Pie r.o rhaai g d yV [ khis a n. Truby, former, the date on their paper moved tp Southern Bell C mpa y Now Opert. 0 E .S I C R Mun layo rasaks.n ahrming loftsciybtorheptwoyear They snote that the postaffle** aug in Micanopy Profitably. M~ MR
yoaind oArnsarive n the othsctbufoth patwoknow, as Btland and Trasier have been M~Y5WVLU
eity yeerday, and is the gues of her years engaged in the saloon busuneew disea,inucd, on sesount of the The seathers Rell Telephee* Comn friend sad former schoolmate at at I),innellon. have returned to that ectsa obing of the ruraltrfee delivery pay, havies comnplete-d Ite *sebse ilandolph-35aeon College, Minc Irene place, after a brief vthis here. Thy oat of 4sehus, andi that assa rals the at Miessopy, is sow giving the go Mcorw'arp. Miss McCreary met Mlis* have eold their aoteate at D~unnelloo peopl.. reslding at 'ur the territory people of thus townm a thoe sad sets.
to 11 F D~uke, and wu.ll soon reters sov..r..i by the soerv. are well plesed fetary **rvece Jackes. to Jatho oille, rturm ngop to iannavlle to m ke' It their future with ti**hang' Tues 8lu i, ueter the diretlon of

The hoe of Vr. anid Mrs. wh.m thissBMITH RECEPTIONle
wit hr asngh. ibfaC hey ellb ldywlui~ MT IIT Nsated 5lterday that forty~nise Ibetro*
Grahatm, corner West Main sa Cour het ,Ils
and Court *r a '.1 Witash. tathe* *b'.te* mad hadl to faan se comm.nson
streete, to being meterially improved was t* Herld atsh th T Tatehabernac**e onsewmiele.
iaaperac b lbra cia i****wr and sur'e**Iui traveling repre* eTt p**Iree ormapE**** he m.....
of apars aehb alerlaplston a. otat'v** of Guetse, Eck*tis & Co spser io the very inst. and1 t.e pio.
ofiates. Th eht ooer blstrneto Lcee dry i.'ode sad motlas. tos s he T'. w.eeptben whuek elli (e too. pie iof NMatenoy spr raled to
dishm~e es Cmeste, e*aow THe .0* Mr Etatr toon *r nocneeae1tre p anSh o ***esh**ee son was.v~ Sb* and Bulldiag
bles, sd owaped y Mers ~w f Te Nn'svaled fretds saed sb- h ,a e f 6 t*ntrslo "see*n*stee yte**
sa Ier, il to b plaed.ereb-rel. arspaid for hie sosrp r i" ibi "i n tuh* 9sand M L
Heary Rasey. the North Gason- Cumon to ibm.*p.rto be forwarded to LIo **t promu**. *- t ****f the* Marriage ef Micn Mamte Poasn. vill. e reantL Is fe**Iag manus~ly hi. one osva.sekforay yrs mos :r -isbl* ** e<* '4f*be seevok TheAhsaW('********othesh
hmappy over the faet that bis wife ad al so ne of the ma popular and T)7 ,l. ..S..a sheat.r ha'.. twon lb*. mals ('inmil .****** the b1UIEIW two shlikes. Witle Day and Clyde. n~~ w~el knw tetlea ae ~i -' rae1 t>>' ges f'e ** ye. le meriage at c Mu* Ma tk' teeads AN

t s o M t w n nd la ds In Il in tt r H A re stro ag the w ell r~,a i e***ary '' gri loa s r d e s .~ is c d ases sat St. Leuse. They were greatly knw y pesso akoatl,* *sulM n M. *. FVowe. Atees,.
bmaksed by te trIp, hot are glad to konwa eyng .e pset ofeasse.:so per. *4 s heonsh w Hgatme1t 5**Ame
wthe gt.eIJ tatk ta lts:e..r. No5vist l pe, Al 0 s o. :*r **t ts she eu sg' ***ee* **h jn* Aeege
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