The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:


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


General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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aleph - 002027045
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JkseaymVtl Board of

kft Intutting hitter.

I la Orgsanler. Who Is Well
Declares that This County
aNI Onty Suffiacent Material for
J Us But Plenty to Spare.
A. M an, State organizer
mseda, who "talks good road.
dt aind dreams good roads by
swas The Tim.eeUnion has we-
elplresd it in the form of a
my be depended upon as a
friend of Alachua county in thq
ole of road development.
lor lMann was a recent visilor
tr a g et of the (tiinesville
of Trade, who invited hin to
aad meet the Board of County
leloaers In the matter of the
41t of so object leson road.
i saommunuivation to the Jackson
I ad of Trade, whlih wa read
as peelal meeting of joint Com-
frl m that orgaalaetion and
itard of Coasty Comalmisoners of
O*M ~ Wedmeedy alght, Sea*.

The Senator's Letter.
Doell Dee. T.-Yeetrday just
; w about to start Wet, I mr
the followig telegram:
NSave arranged to hold county
INSmafel over. Cose this aSter-
Walter 0. Robinson, president
of TmTdq, Galaeevllle, Fla.'
fkflhe wire previous urged me to
e* the morning train, which I
at do, a I had to met Expert
I ear to Oiasnevlle and I
i glad I did. I found the people of
llda county not only advosting
Sreads, bt' ready and anxios to
la work without the los of a day.
SMoney Depsitoed.
'The county commislioners put in
the bank, subject to the use of the
rimuitlee, the funds judged nees.
Ily to make a beginning in the work,
ai d toprepare for the ample road to
I. BlaLde by the United States sovern-
j. m as an object lesson road. The
ri earn go forward from the day an
ut alives.
S"This make three points, viz., Jack*
V-aville, Fernandina and Gainesville, this State ready to go forward In
*6 work. All :three are In lsuh a
I'ar1 I:= quested Senator Martin
Siadge to let both tralna come to Flor*
la Iat therearllest possible day, and
red other expert assistant to help
anpare:for the work. Meanwhile Mr.
Sineor will probably be able to give
m me attention to each point.
Selection of Material.
.' "If the expert does what we expect
h 'e will, by way oCfioding proper male-, he must examine the deposits in
il parts of thes:8ate, and if the comn-
:lttlee will: uak for transportation I
M oaonldeat it will be freely given
:ter all transportation line. Alachua

Fe uwty hasleteneive depots that are
S i aemgly good for roads. All will be
"e mamied. sojthat the best may be used
Slthisb and other counties.
S"Eery effort should be made to flni
i:a home material suitable for hard road
IIbeIdlag We: most, as nearly as pos-
sible, keep tbelmoney in the State. but
"I: IaMade must be made of the best
:iSerteal to:be[had, but the dollar in-
Seated must always be considered.
Sl le material, although slightly in-
e arior on count of cost. may be used.
Th Mearch should cover the entire
Foreigners Pay Tax.
S" "It s easy to see that If the money is
titled to build roads either by tax or
Sboad. It eomes from all parts of the
eivilled world, where shares of stock
'i ay be held, and when used to build
s road In any section will nearly all of
'It be arnet by the ctisens of the see-
ti t which will haveomore money than
it ever had before, along with the
forte and wealth that comes to
I" h; by reason of the improvement of
highway y.
SOur farmers and truek-growers
blae enough evidence that this is so,
tda even more so Ina;Florida than any
hier part of the Union. Consequent-
l are determined to hare good roads
'. Stheearllet possible day. The union
o ~. ntimeOt is something wonderful.,


Na appetite, loa of strength. narvoo
Mew. b udhe, ontlpa bed bhrat
era dl llly. ow ur sin and alerb s
1110 acharn ldueloladlrtloQ. dol
a"rea i 42leaTsn. Tno 4nwd ar
rass ihe natural Iutao of digestion a I
at la a he llhy stomach, combined wt
the graalst known tonto and reoostrntve
proertls. Kodol DypepeaC Cure do nmt
Only mur IndlM on and dyapapsza but hi6
famous reml y cures all stomach troubles
by cleingr, purlfying, aweelsnlir nad
irsaWLn tpl mucous membranes m Innl
r, 1 stl L Rav wood, W. V.. ar*-
-Strnh tead fw l w mtnah fI twer elt
Ime ne lwe ae mow vnsK, t n
|011 4 -s dJ w anr orbo (I oI IJII
Mol Mas Wht YOu Yo t.
usesw. Sit. I |..k inM amsMlheed
IMw. sith sUo"ro50 Gc8t4
"pmrw by t 0. ODeWTT A 00. OCNL048M
Sold by All Druggists.


Road Expert poon Collecting Sam*
pies df Road-Building Material.
Amorg the prnomine t arrivals at the
Browntr Hous ie s W. i.. IjHonn of aebh
iulton. a u epert roed builder in the
orploy of the United States govern-
meat, who eams here in advasne of
the expert team for the purpose of lo*
eating ilhe various materials of Ihe
county for road-bulldisn purposes.
Mr. dpooa, who always g9s in ad-
vanes of the road-boilding tle o-
loots the material and lastrute the
team in the matterof oing anme. He
selected several eamples hbse, and
will make hie report and issue InMtruo-
tlonr au oon as he will have deter-
mined what is the most durable Mad
serviceable material.
While here Mr. 8poon is working la
oo-operation with Dr. T. F. Thoma,
chairman of the Board of County Com.-
mlsioners, and H. F. Hampton, **e
rtary of the Gainaeeille Board of
Beware of Counterfeits.
"DeWitt'd is the only genuine
With lasel Salve." writes J. L.
Tucker of Centre, Ala. "I have used
it in my family for plle, eats and
burns for years and can recommend It
to'be the bst salve on the market.
Every family should keep It, as it Is am
Invaluable household remedy, and
should always be kept on hand for Inm
mediate use." Mrs. Samuel GagSe of
North Bushb. N. Y., says: I had a
fever sore on my ankle for twelve
years that the do tors could not cure.
All salves and blood remedies proved
worthless. I could not walk for over
two year., Finally I was persuaded to
try D)eWitt's With Hasel Salve.
which has completely poured me. It Is
a wonderful relief." DeWilt's Witch
Hazel tSlve eures without leaving a
sear. Sold by all drulists.
They Broke Into Several Stores and
Stole Money and Goods.
Newberry. Dee. P -Burglars made a
raid on the Newberry merchant
last night, and as a result the
lamb Shoe and Clothing Company are
minus four suits of clothing and somes
other small articles, while Rul &

Floyd are short between four and five
dollars In oauh. a
The burglars also broke into H. (U.
Harris k 8Son's store and stole some
knives and razon. and probably other
articles that haven't been mikd.
The oMcers are doing all ln their
power to apprehend the guilty parties,
but up to this writing have got no
clue to the guilty ones.
Coughing Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Duckwell, aged 36 years,
choked to death early yesterday morn-
ing at his home. in the presence of
his wife and child. lie contracted a
slight cold a few days ago and pa4
but little attention to it. Yesterday
he was seized with a fit of aoughiJn
which elplinued for some time. His
wife sent for a physician but before he
could arrive. another coughing spell
came on andlDuckwell died from suffo.
cation.-St. Louis Globe Democras.
Dec.1.1 1901." Itallard's liorehound
Syrup would have saved him. 26e. &ks
and $1 (N. Sold by W. M. Johnson,

Boy Robs Malls to Feed Mother.
Pairmont, W. Va.. Dec. 9.-4'harle
Satterficld. special delivery boy. ~-
caushl tast evening taktin money frr.:.
a letter and wan arrested. Hle I.,:
$1 from a letter contain t$1;0 aL
ipent it for meat. He supports a w%'
owed niether,

Pine Oash Iystem.
The .I1. Thomas Company. vIo are
amoug the ratst e*tfenivn hardware
alid mill suply seAd furnitu*re [*,jple
In the Stat.. hrwirruo iln 4Iuilii thehige up
to date. Thit enterprisit tirmb has
Just Installei the. finous Saniiut scaih
systeI0m of llitoln, which is said to ie
the most niodern al latsfidk tmiry in
use. Tli.* eash carriair is arrird forul
the station in the front of lite store tu
the easbhier's dek (lo) fewer) i1 ii smee-
onds, wiheich is rinarLable. sinoe the
incline iu this distance is nearly live
Manager Thomas Is well plesse4 with
the system, and believes thatt i is g o.
ing to prove a gaeat saving to the irin
in the matter of time and trouble in
making change, It will likewise save
the customer a great deal of time in
receiving his charge.
Bo Quick.
Not a mit ate should be lost when a
Shield shows symptoms of oroip.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given
as soon as the child becomes hosrer, or
even after the eroupy cough appears,
will preea r the Ittack. It never
faits, and is pleeont and afe to take.
For sale by all druggsts.

tIerolc Citisenl Save Child*' Life.
Lnton. 8. C.. Dec. B.-Wednesday
the 5-ycarold little girl of Luvelace
Young. a negro who lives near the
Wallace lumber yard, caught Ire s
she was playlag In front of the hearth
The parents were away aml she rua
screaming from the house, her elothe
all ablaze. Two gentlemen. Veras
B Hall and L B. Respa, who wer
surveying near, promptly extlaguished
the fames. Mr. Re.pes a tearlag o
his overcoat aad wrapping it snared
the child, bat her head aid upper peo
toa of the body were so terrIbl
oured that she has alane died.
SIeouas eOo Preveted.
Take a double doe of Ohamberlain's
Colle, Cholera and Dlarrhoea Rtmedy
ausmena a the irnst adleatlo of the
disease ppu amnad a threatened a*.
tck may be warded of. Huaedr' of
people "e the remedy a tsl wary
With perfect sooees. For ale byi a

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Powder and Shells.


We Want Your Country Produce
and will pay highest pries,

1We Sell Everything ia the Ovosery
Line at the Lowest Primes. Seeoa.


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For the Inferals ion of those whboe-
sire to have their hog meat outred in
our cold store we recommend the
following method of preparation:
As *ooa m atbe butbhered animal ha ec oled
down. out up and trim to iperfet bhape. leav-
In obine bone on hams. and bltle hboneu on
*hbou r r, asht the tusal manner. us ra not
more thH m 1 tOtountl 41it. I ounce brown wui-
ar oUDees saltpeter min I outne rtw pelaer
to each ,u S toned of me*t. It houtl reach
the cold stoatre not later than three days af-
ter 0 oprepTre. II an aWttliWonsal 41t ti need-
td after reaMblhf u. we wtll s*n IW L. leave
In sold storsre tol4)ds*.. atr.mirdltnr to ize
,o meet. After lamkin from eoA t le wish v
th warm water a d dry.'tben wrr or iew up
rioely in muslm. g wt to revert attaekrfreom
nlire or other liact. hang upr aid smokle at
ntervale for three weeks. It ill take imoke
irrteiliv thrtwh tbe mu-in tireen hickory
womd makesbe the wt %lmake. When drr. take
douwa andt prk In htlCis a layer of out %tryw.
theno0e of meal. etc.. and You wll bhae s&
tie meaae san ap aC produced. watil ktolowltig
Parties bartvfl railroad rafellties muv with
terreolat maft lllt bv freiLlt .rd hve Il te.




gallon 2t.(

B the gal

pllon $2.1

gallon $3.0

We handle
Rye and Bour
ket and will
to 60 per cenl
for price hlil
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the delivery ordered.

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M*ts Naiad IMa dwar Ce., settles

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wka&m.eaS;K.J.hIeS. lumber
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T s. J. T. Trte., H. A. Thoma.

tl mwinl sis o'led*.
Wed-eida, Dee. T.-The Botd of
OGemu COoemlloJ Sct this dia
petwem t to dJenimmeose gt.
Pr teT. t T TM eoda Ira; J
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the bruee t ouod
Oroved it
that tha the following bills be paid:
. W. rmeadl, beliff, todina prie-
eys. $ S. L L W rosl., shurf,
eavte~baa oa wk Samov erf N ut".
GiM, Willitm nuge, A. W. Wfet,
U10; W.-S. Thome, reward if t e-
vialWo of Ueo, Bemer whii hkism,
Wi; J. E. e ruse. eward In mvle.
tun of Lawerw BHausd Mat t orge
Balsh., s1ll1a whblk6i, L;0i U L.
Breast, special eoutlbi.10; T. M.
Viable, house and for Iee

T*ts the a flola wi g oommrn be
peat or -rvkmi tud -itse, quaror
odld e. : T, .- P tV.Tbo $16; J&
0. t)lmpler, Un; T.. C. sByat. ; p.
0. Rameyg, 9M40; E. L. ohasom, $sd
Tbhra ht Iao eritalnsl asme trea
atiun reuDo be plid.
ThMthLr bond of B. H Wiemn u
Ielor of the elrnuls aoorn be arpp d.
That the petitlom of the olttzen of
Distries No. 5, k|lng thai the rmod
ralal from Jesnits Larke to Jud-
oa hbe ebhaamnp, ho bat the SAr md
rum b ny of Trenton, be'I tMed,
and that T. Lw., D1 S. WiUllam.
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b rtled esitU afte Widmes I
Md to as p apro u il

spi this be ekowr. picking de
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deaile the stle his emt
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Osew .M Merabb re"t

YeOnlld ststb pubie ron'
W SM math )30 Sard, Mthea
"I" lebOso*nm* f. D. N
r. Willam bad to the orl,
QOnwb o t be aSnted, ad ; jhS, J. 3M1rtia inad
Mt1k asu bernb appolated
sad mak eat Ms road, sad
peat terir doIap at thet.
mstig of this board.
Thab thb posislos of *e ellf
krMasi ha bshe road lead1 nla
Oalai vlke to Jodom or LAvyvlli
basge so a to q Io arund bthe
weMls oUrr of Seetion IT. Towr
oseth Rtaln 20 ast. be granted,
that J. D. slrnlagrellow, W. F. '04
ol Warren be appolitd to vlew
mar oat asd mad and rvpon r
dotalp at the January meeting of d
Thal thl bond of M. Venable as
stable of Distri~e No. 12 tb apprO
Tbe board adjourand.

S. M. Itxeon Ha Purchased a
on South Unverhty Stret0
Oaeoiiuot mos) important nil
Oe of bthe a Iporant rrl
tare tinaftlean i ithi oity for
iMae *- r deal whish iscranf
t- O.wnhlp o a blok o0, South
Wvnidy ltr between Smell rad
OP stmes from the euass of IK
Oo. to 8. IM. lIXo. :,
Th, prSperty Tj delrably joesed
frmla perpou on ae of the
priueipal street In tbhe ity.
property moailm even hoonef *l
whicb eomamad fair rfnts.
rilndl of Mr. Mixso are eongrM
lating him. upon thi new purchase.

Hancock's Liquid utphur is a Fr
I In to HouehoId.
Everi horoa rqualmr certain fr
hoaen remdlies of ieuentiflo, mode
- tipo, for use in emergency or on
tpp rlam of ckronic disorders. H
nook's Liquid aipha Iur o euh S P
ration l d Is ueqqualed In
sphere. In value unapprosehed hel
dded to batbing waters, it give th
allith trole propertie of finest **
phur eprlse.
The power of Haseook's Liquid 8S-l
phor-Nature's Rsati germicide-
sbholut* over rme, Iteh, herpeftl. !
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wbaOd ""mSoe, "ginbhU' shimp-
lfts t ii all tMWl. all ptreI and
dstlI dlistI u tti sieop of wvel
de4p Ms elm B s seIlard makeu.
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ShMI p4 sMmpISe gift, poran.
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nease ACUa AMrdo_ t oaatv asi eWr ooo-
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mies ate n. Plemmn rs -. is i
A.ueo ath re to N o r and a on S loe St .

tush. W. at;Ufspuiework. a '*af cx.
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brs to l q t o Ibe 0 u40m. nbuYn jldge

iwt wsfrem ebwn roer ?an o uc tyn co Faosled. sad
md further Laws of the la f before
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meven bilious C e ab Sd ter a alnr Sih harbO ir at. ed'tkeh
hed use about so busr0 svredw p rearst o
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held Wt fts.emple of m'rnMS irtAoIM ASTI-e".-
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Blue Rlibbon, per bbl. 10 los. 2; per dos, $1.50

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following liquors:
LEWIS IS6, Away Above Everythinu in
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S14fullquarto,...... ,5o00
i Sfullquarts ........ 12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 fullquart ..... 4 20
12 fall quarts ........1200
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
3.1W Is'Deea Uer *venmant Nupervlha.
S4fall quarter, del ... 4 o01
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M eMa Were Arrested and rought
h. *eIavI by Offer Granger,
led Before Judge Meson and

ln apd Thomae Johns*o, two te
*ioho are wellknown throughout
i ns Oy especially in lth East
are ut behind the bars of the
Lpa county jalt, charged wiith
la with attempt to murder Wil-
UiAlwar at Orange Heights Mon-
eornlng. g
r re. tIle evidence it seems that the
r ha fallen out with Edwards over
irvial matter, when Thonlas went
bhim with a gun. Ift was fol.
,lwd bi $am, who went In to help his'
r out. The shots of Thomas
o elet, It seems, while Sam's alma
i' .osl so good, and went wild of their
'fhrk. The oetfet of the former's
I iol, however, were sufflaent to lay
weI vista up for "repair.'"
, piloedltelot aeter the shooting the
~ 4as boys sneeeded in making
iv l ti eeape. Sam went to the home
j kh' father near Orange Heighs,
rwi,.rW khe was arrested by Deputy 8ier.
GrI Onger aul brought to prison.
blifLougb Information received ifrom
tiab prisoner Offieor (Irager moer-
Silned that Tom had gone to Santa Fe.
Oj *. Grager Immediately proceeded
StIhaI poent, where he found his mah
Egi s~l l ehipplag turpentlne boxe,e
e taWediately placed him under ar.
no vn d broulgh him to Jail here.
t, Jokmes were arraigned before
Lzga uMason Thureday upon a abcharge
I IMalt with intent to murder.
I:lles was placed under a bond of
1-C0 al Sam1 of 10 for their appear*
as, the seat term of the eioruis calling to give the bond
wie remanded to jlal.
i:'Te family mdicise in tbhontiis of
b- es for S years-Dr. Thacher' Live
t Blod OyMP.

Columias, Ohli% May 19u aQ O.
S*ome four Yvi o I Wu uuelerig
r ims npure blmnd a eanernl rnv
down coundhion of the system. I )ad no
appetite, wastoeIn ilfesh, mnd had en all
Roe tired (fe4lig that made me misrm-
ae. I began tie ule oef and
after takin d fm ore idht hLot U L m ilt
war clctre of ail eruptiure amil tod oo 0
ruddy, lcathy e klow that assured mnthat
my blood hul bn restored to its not-
at. healthy conaltilon. My ppejtto jt w
mstoreil, a I could eat nvmithing put be-
fore me, and as I regailled my aptptite
Ihncnterte in weight, and that "tira feel.
Ithg" which worried me mi made dis ip
pmared, aun I wa once again my old elff.
I heartily rommend H. 8. as the
bett bluM l ptrifir amd tonic nad, and
mronly alvi e its use to all those in ned
of suwh medicine. VIrcTr 8STUBlit xa
Cor. Brthman lad Washlington Ave.
Wheeling, W. V., May 8., 1903.
My system was run down and my Jonts
ached an4d panedmeconsiderqbly. I had
used 8. 8. before and knew what it
was, so 1 purc med a bottle l I tandbave
taken several bottles and rhe *icheq and
aines arelone, mr blood has been cleau
ed and my pueIrl health built up. I can
testify to it a a blood purifier and totes.
r533 Market St. Jfo. C. 8miN.
SIf you vrs any
syniptomr of di*
Ordered blood
Write u and oar
physlelmum willI
advise yoU free.
Our book eo
blood and skis
SdinsM. mt f(ee.
The Swit Sposet Or-uer Aktets, .

Woman Was Orazy.
Annie N elon, a young colored wo-
man of Alsehum, was brought to his
eity and arraigned before an exlam
Iinlg board omrpried of Dnr. LaUr
tilue and Dell and J. R. Plewellen,
who returned a report of inuantsy. The
woman appears and talks porfeetl
rational at times. when she suddenly
wanders nto a conversation a wild s
It tl diversilied. She labon under the
halluelnation that she bae been in-
vited to dine with the Preident.
An attendant is expected from the
State Hospital for the Insan in, a day
or two, when the unfortunate victim
will be taken to Chattahoochee.

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Change of Railroad Agente-A Fine
Baby Io--Other Notes.
Atlahua. Dee. 8.-W. T. Presott
has old his resident here to 11. E.
Dell. 4Ir. Prescott will move to his
Iarm at Old Town.
The A, C. L. agents hare been
changed. W. Cato Is n charge of
the old line, anit T. lobents a In
*harga of the old J. A B.%-W, I. R.
t. A Trner leftll Monday for his
orange grove its South Florlda.
Mr. Oato of Keutuokg is spending
omeii tint here.
tumor h it that tht ere will be s*ev
eral wetldings during the holidljs,
but we art nit at liberly to slate
more at preentit.
A btby tboy ha. arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Williams.
L. l earce, our m r.
ohant, ha ilhstallid a handsome Uql
derwood tjpowriter In his olloe.
Miss Mildred Darey of Alabama Is
vidiing Mr. It. W. Cato.
Fight Will be hitter.
Those who will persist In eloslae
their ears agalnst the continual resom
mendation of Dr. King's New Dileor-
ery for Coniumptlon, will have a los
and bitter tlrht with their troubles, it
not ended earlier byfatael termlaation.
Read what T. It. leall of Bealt, M1t.,
ha to ayrt '"Lst fall my wife had
every symptom of consumption. She
took Dr: King'l New Dieovry after
everything lse bhad failed. ImpeWve
went oame at ondee ad four bo l.d
entirely cured her." GOusateodl by
all drugglsts. Prriee 0le at d 1. Tri
el bottles free.
Improving the treet.
James M. Oraham with omnrae4.
able energy, has Improved that seeia
of West Courts tries between Wles
Main and Garden by planting a anu.
ber of trees of the msoekoramgnp V*
riely. The stees row rapidly, sd
within the nes year will foralh a
shade to the trees, to tay uotbhil of
the Improvement they will add to the
appearanee of maoe.
Mother, S* Oareful
Of the health of your hlildren. Look
out for oooglb, molds, ero p *ad
whooplnl Sao. Bo them Ia trlir-
One Minute ouorh Oae l Isthe bmtl
remedy. Harlees and plepsas.
Sold by all druggsles.

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Great outlay of Special Bargains are in waiting for you. Real values turned upon a cloe a in
our logan, and with it we have bought merchandise which we are offeringat astonishing ow prop *.W;
tfe of Toys ever brought to Gaine&ville-Toys for the children and si table Christmas pEreWssi for Ihe olde
,wma never so complete as now; cheap, medium and high-class Furniture in great variety. We st below a r.

.t arrivl 1 ekso dqualy u ll Spsal fr thi MN. S uy by M Si t, IW MPbfl

', I k .............. tool AO
Toys Dolls, Etc. uslcal Instruments. ONut .r e..........l DtN IA 1S
SToy Furniture, Dining Room Set,
"L/tifLnl Ugllsg, 1%C ioh .......... O. Tuhrkih Tuberphons 5 and 60o DreEr, ,Sideboards, e.
DoiDlle,ll Intoh............. o Turkh Tberphon... aond 50 Roge carvi...g p ........... ... 1 pi.e. .l, V l:
W Dolie, I ineb ..... o ianoe .] O to 60 Roners' Kn and Vork ...... L$8 0 ol, G i B sId ',8 C
rWsiOoa Dolls, e i.c........... 1 Accordeons... .... to $3 .5 Boys' Tool Sts. TTrunk. Cap PICtols, Imr prise SI, for t le bs I t S M
;lteI Irnoll., 18 Inh .......... ... 2 Horns. ........ toe walking Me nd ln of me- Bolt 9 LLdiU 01"91. W Ns (
iWsh Dolls, Pretty Face, Real lusio Boxes .............. lo and 2ae hle toas od*. Blm, fom pr o pri0I hslo
B ir, 2 io ....... g Tambourinee... .. ...... .... 10a o Bal...................... m
IMab Dolls, Presty Face. RIeal I plel Prem (abiod, All Wool,
sar, 28 iaeh.................... 7rw ,,Ms l d *r F8nmltr1 Iht. .-,-,or pesr
o slvBe StBffed Dolls. 17 inch ....... 5 B I Z el mal e f this a ler .. .......... lse
DollI. 1I inh. ....... ..... 260 I m- n-l 1 p Ibi ssme *.boe,. .....
iWlhi Della, 9D Inch ............. Ut loop
kN ollsn, S4 lch... .2.. Cc g em i H NU 7Our line is ooInplete. The greatest 1 p hamid, a s e .. ,3

We; l Dolls, 8 inch.......... Air Ilfles, Sinale Shot... of Reed sad Ralltn Rooker, above ........... .........
a Mh Dolls. ..inah........ .. $1 00 Chairs, letl e, Parlor Suilt and Ta. 1 pine Plaid, All Wool, smae u t
.. is .. r k l.... ............ .... eate 6 bls. The beleetlon I great. A moLt above............................ lbe
A beautiful line of ressed Iloh-- Air Rifles, hoots Bit Shot ... ~1 beautifu line of Oak Oenter Tables, I plees Dress oods, lMebee wider W,
Slwpd tn the latest Paris fashion, 6 It. It. Trains-all sizes-all prices. All Wool Plaid, Bro tw former la 1
S04.7t IPoptluns ......... ......... ICe flae s llhed good ever sold l prioe 0e now................. I
:I Prsed Dolls, speolIlyJ pretty, 2o Toy Gun. ... .. 10 alaeaelle ad at a very low prie. 8 pl Plaid worth ..... .ow. .. 19w .. m
SM0e. Carpenter set. 6 piece ... .. 10o Forty different patleras n Mattlg to Beet Broadloth. All Solon, per
d Body Dolls-the kind tha t II Animals,srortned... ......... 10e show you. Iron Bed. In colom and yard................ Mesr I.If U
the asiulble kind to buy for the False Facee....... ..... .. ... 1o white. Book Cases, Suitm. Drsin Big Line Silk Stripe WalLettal,
;: aIMre: Riduing Whips.. .......... .. 10. Tables, Bamboo Muile Racks. *s. Worth Double BaNt Prie....... l Iprpe
,1,, .lf leelding Kid Body ...... 15 1 ltte Banks....... 0. LO and 3U.e Come to Phiter' Great Degpanrt t 0 y4d. Bli sto Im MA M
Slhoeping Kid Body ...... 2b6 Autograph Album ...... .... e Store to boy rsythlngyou want. Stripes WIh It 1l.$, Our P
6 IRu Bleepin Kid Body, but Photograph Album. ... .. 2to to l.25 Our took of shoes ls complete. Pr ................ .,..........
I'rer ...................... tO Trains, mechafeat. ........ .. King Quallty Bboe. We ar.e eeluslve !0 Pleare CaluMs, Uht sa Pke
U bek Sloeplng Kid Body, but Nsma Trees... .......... 25o ag enta. All isi*, leather and IMrk....................... 41 *0 #rf
.rllpr ....................... 7M5; mua Tree Doeorations-all kinds. hape. ........... .......... 1ker0 FPirt lutl Me hk l1aw
Alo very pretty ones at Rae, o.Q i.' Children's Tea Sets. in great va- Our cGrown line at........... 2.00 Wa*iWM N Ue i ag, U N"e

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.We* s Bmp t year six

|m, IS aents a line
ad10 u for esmtb addl-
lnit"bMSentW for three,
the as pial rate.
mnpo lppeloatiln.
entl Dadh anottces leInred
O i eea t a Ist ,
O, a Oa.msawe Lm,.

Koeas .... 31 tt
rwtion ne year.. 1 76
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*il Jour #alryr. 1 0
ciat one **,....... 10
Swilot Ie" *mplS tmpe o a
lssaesimationm lla S onts.


the soled Americasn like
Gibboes, Peident Eliot of
*, md Orover Oleveland nlite
si mslttee orgulsed to fight
Akslld labor, sas The ladiasp-
l1, t 4 re is oe ra msd to
i.t efolm i that dlreetio *(11

jeestly pride Ihemselvre'
I )''mDO 1hldren la the pub.
.but ire apt to forpt that
0w0 "d lWad more bnan S 00,
ShBetw.,a e.R sad Ifteer
eid to work l' miane, fle*s
l of de eis -ervise. "In-
ldAi iaOQut lluebfth of all bhe
ir thre lad eiween them.
inorking er wee. Btuated,
seglally sed phyilsly, with
ejeimDlity for tply ad les for
IM them mbnhappy little ones
tga wNtrlhed existence I Lhe
eMs of Peaqylvanta, the fol.
oi wEmt, the etton mills of
tUlad In sweaUhope of large
illuru liand. The shild I
Stlthre Valted State represent
f t tof l ,th elrt working pop.

4i ltatee tsek to minimize this
1 legislation; few .eosed in
lMg it altogether. In sniay
i the law osn the subject, ade-
W If eforeed, are dead letter.
L 0ammltte referred to will seek to
W the pPle osioDalence and point
tihe luda r whib the exsbtinag on-
tppreset. It propose "that la
peae"" ally be prohibited to
I ebnlr uader fourtn who
i" rwesd sad writ the
Mi. laagaem. That night work
. pokibiteo d for all girl ndTer
Pli eleghil eal, aid that'ill chil*
iu telr the ae of sixten, easept
l4rw.eelil eoadlitons, be allowed to
midD.y limited amonnt of ilght
lt satd to ee that leglations alone a
I ises is adlqeatoly eoforeld."
i Il lre prolnran a explaled by
wlay of he Unslvenrlty of PeOn-
l. PrthbT, the pla il to so.
it with Bltate and local coommlt-
Whelool authorities and all other
|isM that work for the betterment
-Ullror Ia Iseuorlnf thy enforee-

ulof satitfatory exIhitng laws and
r foii r now laws when necessary.
tI questio of child labor agitate
SS.atry perlodlcallly generally as
Srel ltof the expocure of such con-
Op as exlt In the anthraelte fields,
Ioather. eoton mills or the swnat
Sof ret allies. Probably last.
4 d eralrt reform ean be *eured
through the agency of some luoh
Is M that now movlSl. In the mat*
SO.uly pesiteii s alitttion will
.,. Though th evil is so notorir
[i sad so aunvusally deplored It
- be no easy tk to do more than
It, sld largiy because of op-
IM on the part of parents of ehil-
Whe it Is hoped to rescue. Most
pMeatS se"rt that their own
Makes It -eseary for their.
to to be bad-wltser; and
en Io some fore in th co6 B
Und tbouSo doHabtlHe, the pro-
Solrtirot e work hardship la
UrMe, the welfare of the State tI
I mtten s paramount and the
or a lsntAmaaIS lea. e asaab


this atnwer is a "olainobr" to the u. found wantlanR, Wheo the Desmo
piretioNeof that tcty and Oisl be- erlate claimed to eome back to Iftly
coming shipping pols. rand nsalty, and adopted pretty s h
It s certainly a "elneher"' and The *ll the prineIples of the RepqLbliea
Metropoll is entirely oorreet. prty platform they pulled o. fill
If the present fright dieirlmla Brya Bra Bryalesl, yet Brl n tbreOw
tlone coninue neither Oalnvivlke, hlmself l Uthe breach, and not ,qly
Oala. or any other Intlor ecty will spoke with eslaeorty sad bonoity, b
evr be able to ship or receive In er* be spoke to more people eve rwher
load lose rom within or without the than ihen he was rasinlg for the
State. r preesney himself. There Js msa I
These eitlas must quietly fold their his name, H hoe romethis to p to
tents and go to Jacksonville or Tampa the sommao people, lid the eoamo
If they want to do business. people hear him, not onl y sgldlyi b
And was it for this that the people by the millions. I am not l fre *liver
of Florida, ln their seal, created the man, but I an ai Bryra mma from Ilt
rmilrd commislon, and are, the ap. time on, and I vrlly believe that he
peals of the people of the interior to will be the next prweldes followles
fall on deaf, unwilling sns? RooNvelt, and Teddy says he d4an'
a a want It sany tiore after onet term."
Killing the Goosi That Lays the i P.O .
Who belleves that atliinoill, Or. The editor of The Polk Colema (Bar-
lando, Birtow, Oala, Lke Oity. Uv tow) Reored. who rea lly aeto
Oak. Midison, Montleello, ll Tallabse .ol
O ak,, oilTlthis State fro Georgia, has the fol.-
see, Quincy Mariianna, IeFuniak, lowing tof oseerminigS She uniform.
end other Interior towns In FloridS, ipy of hebool books
instead of struggling aolg with one, editor t R. Tooli, the clever ead
stwo, three and four tboaiIad lhabli intloesnti editor of the peuIa
taste, were to grow until teyeould alkelasd t es, i, fi town Wp e .
number a population of ten, twenty, day lad o0amededd the petL TlitheJ
thirty and forny thousand, that Pr Becord bha taken oe the matter of mi.
sul,* Ja1kepavllle or Tampa wodM fonnrit of l hool books. iEditor TDlm.
be injured tereby? Ianwho, who, the way, ls ae of the bet j
Who is so sbort lighted as not to be- pnted and mee thuol o ugl oalllsnt
Slie thalt our seapnotL cities would be

_n--f.*1_ It..aea t fl she aeam-k -a-
"..malw "Monfaa hw tho At ,~

t_ orela(glk S1tiy o amy wasteri
ram the Oami Bsaner I able else at auy poles within the Ia
By frelh discrlminationl by a srlior of Plositdt
polly of rates, transportation eem-. omethingtrrs opnewhere. Yhatl
ponies all, if theUy shosr, make oflIr IT ?*
unmake ellie or flre. It elmply cannot be done, and never
fr punrolg a system of freight die- will be done long so t a interior Is
orlmlhalions In favor of a few seaport handicapped by untqual und diseriml.
IItl*E the transportat on compaalesl ating freight riee
dulon boainwes in Florida have made it Ae are handeoufed and helplee I
Impossible to build up s alty. or even a If we had a whole flock' .1 geee4y.
pespetable beismnnsenterprie, at sny l gol oden eggs every day, and a
poinl within the Interior of thbe tai,. freight embargo wa pissed upon
Under pa lstlrn of freight diserlrir;. he hippneStoflthe same, there ,ndua.
Inatlons, If not blindly, at least per' try would prove prollilee ad the
eifletily pursued, It is imloteible for 111k would have to share the fat of
laterlor eit(le o oeompete with seaport the one put down lna th books to dc-
otioe, and we are boldly told by Tho Iorlbeulhe farmtner folly. The egs.
Jakaoanvllle MetropolIs what we have though golden, would be no good to as
known all along, that If we want "to unless we could use them in the regi
do business" we mout abandon tile ular hannels of trade.
Interior mad moov to JaeksonvlIle, YWy, under heaven, Is I) that, with
But why should seven hundred miles the hundreds, ie, thouwnds of men.
of Inland territory. abounding Ii rich, employla r our phoiphat. mimefltr
arable and produosive land, nimagatl pensine samps and vegetable forms,
ently timbered, be hopelessly abas- thae not a siaile faetorl hu kben
downed except for the qurpose of ba re established to popply the every-day
lubsistenoe, and those few whoreke ot wants of this large body of laborrn
a bare lbsisttene, be compelled to and the wants of our home people gea-
pay tribute to a handful of seaport eraill
6ll, 6? Why li it that there Is not lt manl.
If along the line of production factoring plant of any oonsldeable
and eona mption-lnterlor towns are sie anywhere ln the Interior, alnthovh
handleapped by unequal freight rates we an abundantly supplied with aw
-are not put on a eampetitve btasit materials ad have a climate thbat l
with seaport aites, it will be impowl- moss fvWomble?
ble for them to. do mor thn a losal The answer I eusy. Our freight
business expansion and growth will rain are prolibitive.
be Imoselble, and, nl the very nature Why longer menties the floa* nd
of tlimpL, they must remain statlonary, folly1 oaf .rtlnred omaisslm
if ot o lacually po beekwards. .* *
A lity to live, to make progre, No doubt sian reders of thi ppe
most be able to ship la and bhip nt lt non remember when hdbedreds id
oompetltlon with surrounding asles; hundreds of raes of lad woe plalt
ift ill unable to do this, lte drowth a amer Arrdoedo. The *ap m u rii ly
hopless and1 its eaer ls doomed. ertoblei. There li saeo ly as pm
It was to prevent freight dileRdmsl plauaed thlen ow. Oslis min
Utidy to favor of one l ot vers anther r the SIme 'rty, but 'al all over s e.
eity, s( one sectio over otber oetio, Th iT easei thi platlag o1f Wfttrae
amd roeb.lllatvn toos ron ad wlth. Oes sadilatloeeap, but Uiiy l$ Oi m
held from others, tha the rnllmed ar belngaibndoatpd. Whiy Yeos ap
eommlssle wua esblished, bet f it eomatw aladMt waithat l n ptao,
flad itself unable to peformo this plin with tie fotllowiag alllphast
duty to the people, what right has It c'st astd the irtght rate"
to liv any loopr?
I Its fasi tom to e that the things AM JONi 0 ON i YAN.,
done, or supposed to have been dore,
bellnd eloed doors, hall now be done Rev. Sn. P. JaoeO wee oppose to
ia he popna ad elothed-with ther sae- M. Bryan i l 1 and 1100, ad
Uls of law? mad him ilsublfet of rMislk
We akl If that was the purpose of it burlequ.e bat be nspaded Uei .IN
oreatlrom Loubi ooevepltio ad eaas under Ihe
Did we eleot Nerln. Morgpm, indflrs of the plgat rom'*ie
Browse and Burr. and defeat Mr. mageisreMsad *aw ble therlt is tb
Day, merely to be told Ur It iwe who bwt o
liv la the ltmerior wn't -tIo o btlna Mil Jolne now speaks of Mr, p a
ame" we must abandon our hone.I la as fdllows:
this seetMon so abundantly favored by "Themn met be ia iergrladlo iaod
mature, and move to Peasaoola, Jack- readjuatmetl of hiHna. Mr. Brya le
soatille or TamppeT iot only the preatwti pueurarhI qq
We don't believe that the people of thil eonatoae, barl blek he oa all
Florida are willing that its seven hon- In all, thb greses statemasn oa this
dred miles of interior shall be wurl* eonulnoat. If he is wilm amd jodIelmoo
flnd In order that two or three ait- he aea, and I believe he will lend
le mayy be built up on her eraoomt. viteorious partly four years hen e.
The Jiaksonville Metropolis refre After seek a rooItor as the 3ptpaLblle
with some deltee of glee to the fat have hbd theby a gol to wl4 odp il
that whe Mr. Taylor .rn asked If four yeaslwith a BeIhaluars feesi.
talnesvllle shipped or rnecInd in ear- and Bryan will be Ute Dalel. who wail
load lot. from points within the B51t* read the handwriting on the wall,
he frankly mid "No," and it syll that 'Thou art weighed la she baluw eadn

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': With Royal Baking Powder there is
f no mixing with the hands, no sweat of
jI the brow, Perfect cleanliness, greatest
&cility, swcct1 clean, healthful food.

.11 instructions in the Royal Bakt and Pastry Cook"
4omk for making all kinds of bread, hkcuit and cake
i Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any addrem.

st, IASeAN wosa co.. 100 WLLAtI St.. WCW yVO x.

aaa a a

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"H e eWho 1404 May
f^11 ~* k (k*

il" *--1S0A quartbottlee for
Wodefnl ver for stale

19009um t & Oo.
J. A. l aalbyla of oha pill*
bs la e I rreste ayeRdal.

4- L44m Dpl! of Alsmhus was suo
bIdnrl SOllor rto this botlye fe.

A dly or spring a&" at 7 eeatea
por bushel. 'Th 8. J. Thoms
p W. A.L.Vida. Is
-ussouW wMhellnl Sate for sale

Super e.. .A. MaBuyrolln,
.iCeO PInmouth Roak'white eoak.
SM m. .Addasse O. Mpi Dofa-
a, Po itl Fla. d ,
i so Walaeev illle wmh a vLewt p ar
jl e platupo of the Alshua a nation,
itleding I the eity oterdsy.
W. .. .. AAgnl es etrocerof Boehelle, the
4. te b0er of the ,reedoud
WUis aM visitrtor this l ty yes.

1 ad O Mt J. M. Pettit of Alsohas
irgll over the arriwal of a fine
,i ad friends ae .seondinl oou.
M' js. B iokham of Windoor oe of
l0ado tad mwit widely known
ofl that oetioes was trading

1 W. J'ohsoi ofM ]dlcop ww4.

Srla th e action, lad took ordon,
teradl boIs te for the holiday trde
h M ow Ae tr rof hele, the
iimt* tWlliams, onf e of theolead
M I.ioeate of Alahu.Pe wt ina the
ibhaclaN yesterday. 31r. Wil-
li iai rsn l ng over the arrival of a
bovlt hlo home, and his friends
reW, ld frid extenei ending ontula
i I. WSmpson of Mieaopy arrived
0itory to yterdy and will make hi
here. Mr. 8impaon will be iden l
l ea partin with J. a. Emerason
tile rarai bee ine, mention ofr

he alredy been made in The
1*1 tadhe buirsnau will be known as
Cas Grrocary Compapy.
e. wAork af traesformine the store
in the Williams bloek is pro.
nleely under the supervision
e fionltrnetor, A. E.. Wittetoet. and
the implrovemen lr ar comrr pleted
W Will taoke one of The mote do-
oBe buildings p in the Oity. epe-
j sin. a sdthe bmin.u w illl bu nInant



7 f nas per b5ael for lag o
9 90 daoate. The a. J.

Adr ra ealer m.ably uEsboaq
of the ahool board Tesday fwan
was a I board preans, but nothing
outside of the regular routine of bel
oeW was traneated. The saladrie of
teahern and other etpeaes of the
board we orderSd paid, sad the re*
pors of the hoolls throughout the
county were very einouraginrg.
Amonong th o visitersto b thbl t ye
terday was 8eve 0ullon. for msna
pears a resideta of Olllmeville, but
sow conduetsing with great *Osm a
farm at Hague. Steve le os an mbiou
joung fellow, and Is goes without msy.
ing is an ladutrloans warmer. He io al
ways on the alert in the smatter of pro
duelan the beet result, and It map be
truthfully said that be I one of the
"bory" wbo nan maake two blade of
grae grow where only ose grew be.
Sg.5 per thoued for ood
$ m w V pmrei ablagl at Th*
J. Thomas Cos. drltw1.
Mrs. P. M. Collon and son. Marioa,
have returod froin Alblea .a., where
they went toi ad there faumal of the
former's broiler, W. A. Broodaway,
Jr., who was the vitim otf n Mseeldst
on the Atlantie Oost LIme at I* i
Springs which east him hti life a tfe
days alo. It will be remembered that
Mr. Broadawaywhile attempting to
board a swishenaglme. Ioss his footing
and fell under the ctub, when the
wheels pased over his leg, mashisg
t fearfully. and from ith *effte of
which he died the following day.
J. W. Hays, the oCastatlng agent
of the Riddell Oarnival Oompany. Is ia
site oty making aamngemate for iho
carnival gals week. Deeemb*r 18. 1f
16. 18, 17. Mr. Hays wishes to *hte so
the press and public that the lise of
attratIoons whleh Mr. Riddell hab
are positively the best mad bJghelet
ola shows that were at St. Louis. Mr.
Hays wishes to state fothermore
without fear of eontrsdletlon stha the
attraetionu that will appear at bth ear-
niai gale week are the ba that wr
ever in the South before. Thl Is t he
largest, beet and only show of the meae
son. Carnival colon, purple anad

Mobile, Atl.. Dee. 24, 18;
Dr. E. W. Hall, t. .Loui, ,Mo.-Dear
Sir: lHaving tried different doctor
and their remedlie for several years
for back and kidney troubles I found
nothing eueosesful until taking The
Texau Wonder, Hall's Geat Diloor.
ery, and, being rapidly sred, the old
saylnllg with railroad men is, "(God
bleM the man who invented the Pull.
man leapingg ear." but lIy, "'ood
bles sthe inventor of Hall'r Texas
Wonder."' Youn truly.,
Mi. A ii. R. C. Co.. Mobile, Ala.

One mall bottle of the Teras Woo-
di:, Hall's Great Diseovery, eure alU
kidney and bladder troubleI, remove
gravel. aurae ditbetee. *eminal aols-
,lone. weak aS lamen back, rbeuma*
him and all lirr ularitesa olf the kid.

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J.. F~~stera of RoIe le was is e l*. Wt ae awous q
eily yesterday, |i *ped~ g a
Mrs. 0. IM. Dell f Hague -rwa sh op*. S I
plag in th e uiy yesterday. O ,heut bls Pna *i
ersble timeS st
W. a. Crown of Mgoeky Poin wash ines w hl o
trading la tie ity peteuLay. pms rn. lah.
R. W. SBall of Hague was traneal.* n ipatan t irpls
lgt brllness in thls lhy yetsrd, y. emetlon ofr tueal m1
Mln HSaie imlth of Mianop is la for the lhat4, aISki ii
tbheill, a guont of Mls Eva Bauk-* Icuple of mtfl Ie wei li
alghst A o .e EllewoO patrsM.
I. M. Chamberlain aad B. f A. Aong the geM w I* d4" M
Mathews of Taeoma wee trading In l ow' Home I A. L WAlia
the lity rterdary. proa"loe4 etlim ad buiS wl.iI
T. R. Plaket. the lember manufase- IowlIUg (re, KF, hbo ie .
toger of Newberry was traHoslasg h wier. Mr. Whltemsg t
burlaeo lt tihk iiy yesterday. ow lini G n le 0a0dini
Toilet Set. '"I it-a-biet.beitf
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eems. Bee as. The S. J. Tkoawe Co. eote ovrm'.' go $a ipolp
I. oberoe of.she C.-X re. O.Sertlb t 19 IpM q S|
frigerator ear lIne, and W. I. RMeDow, Mhlews thmie u oi
*ll made a brief vilit to Mieatosh yu heIbSOI .W isM
terday. Itmaybe hat M t
K. od V. a ipbes p Me Holds d IMn W *.W b o
J. M. Roboter",el of Asesru, Wet h
among the vision to the soanuy eap. ML A. ,
Ital yesterday. aIs
OeOrr Smithk of Arredodo wa W o Mie W
ammog the viol si to the equaty eap. fetas s a
tal peerday. He made IThe S n a tenyr.
please call ad renewed e s.tol oerip. W.:

i ,yesterday. He has ristasea R: s t illSl
ftn Momtla. WIfltesa ether gaspy 4, sp 2
pnMate l the latersae of the DiXe PaN.
trIt CompaeY. r
James ONeutec o Mleaopy we swea-
tbh eity ryteesdaydm -m as o mu be5 ,gj
Alas tM. Mr. Gmlute a is usma Mm,
veror, ad hM beea to talhua e Er*iiS
bela a. Cm is.. ago l
Ameag tbe tstn f to tty 410 buk
Mm. J. D. Watiao of Mf ay, wheo |
is a est rof Ms. J. P. t faalght.
rrne.seaof wle ldy ar. gwla de 6we.
eomeher so ft
T:*. Lslis bee earrired la the lty.
and will abl e hoe lhis here. iM. g
Lealter asreamted d(he tok foirrty _eg
oeupisd by Xoqal o et b,5.
laN. and will .pea bowlig aey a.LiJ
Here. sit

F. 3. S eaw! hao s etilerd tusm
Miasme, wherhe e west toea to Oi p
gaufIer Cr"eler lI nItailg g iesse o
the NM ofW.of W. Thasda. He p
port a biglltme, and Nay the Mi1 i
aepy beg are the '6lveros whet

L. 0. MeCleay of aqtllea a -I
bar of e I arm of L M.eOlsey.e
& Co.. lumber masCUateen, Wa
amosg the haiea Wviosts to i
city yesterday. H* NOcseah bele
goad, sa l-hat the lnM' Lwoftrga
lage loie o f l tim e.
Mrs. A. oWaardat eo, CO. 3oS.
adn, have sreM In fOi PiteQLtg, f
and ane .**upriag eltr baedsai
bome or Alahbs awvea, ratsalGain
ville. Tyr ia regaNr rwalor Vt0tn
here, a e Imoay otr -Wle W" *a
always delighted to w9ae e them.r
The frienas $f qretaime, oG o J.
Armor are .oeagasellUa hbi upoe
his reappontment Ito lM emOagtorm
of four ean. .Jd .Arwee Uamde
a mot seoommodas ag sOd elet oft-
Seer. and his reappwoltmmt is emtIl-
ly sathfaetory to th people at rk1
eity. *
A. M. Els. a progeoin velstes of
Alasmoa, was La she aty peneutap
ie made The 8sau agrn able SIU,
renewian hit suboripta for SWo Sear.
"1 like The Son amd we nss*l alot
to do witboct It," hoe mld. Mre ei*
led the atasement 1 paynlg two
yearm In advance.
Manager Joseph A. JICl e of l
Broa moone has reet sliud ad a.n
other feature to his easpgerie la the
form of a pair of haome ylagi
equirrmel, hieh were ptualed ea
Hagoe ad brought to thise l o
when Voenng. The tlitle aimalos an
very take ad alnesioeto, ad sre
objets of admiration of the geeu.
Hist Honor Jdge Maa le dolag a
aloe bestbhe a the aatrmeriasel lie
now. Within the peat two days be has
emwd license to wed to litd Hlila
and Frerem Paurrih, Oar Ji oes ea
Viola Arunls d, white; and dwaild
HaJls aad Tille Gothsr, Ramp"e
Hayee a Allis Hiel., Bonl. Harrt
aed Jane OCao and Lawrenoe Wil.
lmi sad Magaie Boget, colored.
While working on his peean grove
near Sana Fe a few day ago W. B.
Holder killed a monte* rattlensake.
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YdO nedI O demands the bet things--the ,mont um thag -thaveo a habit of going first.

K l NT SiBerware, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Leather

..B.. F tan aPns, Fancy China and Vases

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if you will give us an early call.

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W.l. Ba.lly P. (. Tfre, Tsru,
writes "Myl wife hba beea sullri
Ive ynl with paralytsi la her arm,
whe I mwd pemu *.d to e s. alln'rs
Skow LIlntfme. which aub d he all
vigr.' I hive also aud It for old

SWthoald lapIy Smlbs

This Is on every man's
faire who use a Ped-
rick Buggy or Wagon.

The hold ays ao bOW berm-a l e, -hrn ev*, body expects
to tbuy or hlmrill or toarbodyj el a resen. H hal the mlll -
lr with buying lsnimething aurlble? Tmat joouri or ryour
family rto a
Hand made sad pa t.ouad. Pris will surprs youl. oare and let
--IS ShOW Jfl thiough ma ws'.rooa.

OaL hr the emsmg l aas ase 1's b rane
vLmcx1 TIo ui lB a uid use,l m.- hens- reeE be-
l t hterrm.A UIs, umtlImt b.Ctale u0 "u4 w. t.

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SNoLarO be Lt. tOMt.
Netuo.* hereby iren that th* rolow
awmed otuter bal a notkoe of bh itn aom
,to a "r_ al m lto am S or b~ bk w
ab% EW0 proobfw4 Rma* ev* EJi ;sa
siAX A* asA,,-W Of Ju. M.. ouwal
bor aW WCe, wr
Jam AM = A. fven of Judwon. PM.
'W. mum tsa -Ia-SfW .-I'I-

:s 'M g soe, fe blues skin erL pslo f, pI s 1be. I"
I4Ha the e lt ork." %, M0g, $1.00 e .o as the rfoowlmu
bm o um hews hmue ot. w

Sham e ad be to rew t hek Mvisits of e or
*:; es w. jas dra n ilgt. Lal.s aD to exp.r tesd Re armel u

Ss uLf or a.o est tor the lbbrtllt of freia .
i~W1a it blsOl t es adl xhlbitoars. Th to ur wi
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teatmait. .se m den the sran No pil l as 0bpleasseid positilve L*

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aM UNImR SCTI mN or cUAin'T
0. LAWs of PLJruHl,.
NotS.1 16.t hereb ig It hat Calvin hir, r
__W-af ofr O CrsItnrLe No. :In1. iniit
& o *A Ju A. A limi, htW IIoKIH lI M ',
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