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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: September 24, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00728
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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] ;) Trt :INO. 1)6!) ,_4iIAINESVILLE_ FLURIUA SUN IJA Y. SEYTE1BER\ 14, 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK



Have 'Been Colored. er. It Is probable that it ,was the
Reports
.S TO OPEN r New York. Sept J3.-.In an later.view VICE-PRESIDENT OF Phoebus that collided with the Cornwall EARTHQUAKE KILLED

14, rP 'h4 'itapler. ., w arTE'd! here yesterday and1iMe
Thomas O. of
i= 7 manager

Fm OF OCTOBER the New Orleans Picayune who is ''In COMPANY ofi STAND he captain had been reported In collision tba with the believed an ; OVER FIVE HUNDRED

this city for a few days, said yesterday '
Atlantic liner in a foe near Montauk
*
that Abe report regarding yellow I
in Point on Wednesday night. The Phoe ;
fever New Orleans have been slight.
g Change in the YolFaver ly colored many of them being the Investigation of Lif Insurance bus was bound from New York tor I Recent Shocks in Italy
.
Situation. work of Irresponsible correspondents. Companies Goes On.NVL.IC Flushing Holland. Great Damage.fVER'.ooo ,

"The stories about great panics 1

among the people of the city flight of TAGGART DENIES STATEMENT.Says :

'eXLBANS EDITOR TALKS thousands amounting to almost depop ACCOUNTWAS TAKEN UP PERSONS ARE iNJIREJlfietsl

ulation; complete stagnation ot business Democrats Old'Not Seek Money

ree that the Report Sent Out ; extreme filthiness of the streets The Records of the Bonus Paid Agents from Mr. McCall. I ,Report Shows that 212

: I41. City Have Been Greatly and the concealment of the existenceof Explained to Committee-Hamilton New York. Sept. :Chairman. Tag and Villages Suffered Great

arantine Regulations yellow fever, are grossly exaggerate i Makes Denial In Regard to the 910O- gait of the Demorctalc national committee I of Life and Property-Six On.""
ed. he said. "While such ridiculous I arrived In New York from Indianapolis. !

getter. tales as the burial of dead at night- I 000 Check. lie denied the statement I in Cloudburst. ,

tJttwsns, Sept. 23.-'The weath2 yellow fever Hags on every square New York. Sept. 23.: -Upon the as- made by President McCall of the New i New York. Sept. 23.-lla: ,",

stoppage of Ktrect car service and the 'York Life before the legislative Insurance -i I occurred yesterday iu i
*< to be fair here today. .emUta of the ;legialatlvr committee shocks a
' In the and the discovery of a cow stabled In committee on Wednesday that Route .\
dispatch.
ir** no striking cbalnge which is investigating: the life Insurance says a mat'
uatluo. Reports of new casts the sleeping and living apartment of business Thomas A. Uuckaer. the Democratic national committeehad two women were killed at Jein!

clpally from old foci. The a large family on the third floor, are vice president: of the New York Life solicited money for the campaign I I many houses 'fell, and 12 per*ol. w

"authorities continue to be op absolutely without the slightest found Insurance company who, has charge of funds from tbe'concerD.\ injured at liruzlo. A chun-:'

and believe that the fever will ation in fact."Itnslness that company's,.'. agenda, and who ,was "No member of the national committee I I and there: was further damage; ar

neatly whipped out before Prcsosevelt has been hurt of conNIe, unable to answer a number of questions or any agent of the committee ever zenza. Catanzaro and Monteli( on

) arrives In the city. but not to the great extent that ia 'sup. yesterday without looking up records asked Mr. lcCalJ, of the New York There was a cloudburst at ''..

negro universities are olteratsthe posed.,The retail business has suffered was called to the stand. Tho Life for a dollar." he said., I I the wind capsizing a balling; M::'

Iceland, the Straight andew from absence of more people than matter of the "nyllc accounts" was tak. Mr. Taggart added: the harbor and six persons who Mon

Orleans. Many of the mem.of usual and the great economy of those en up. They included records of a "Neither the Democratic national the boat were drowned

the faculties are from the east who remain who have postponed purchases system of bonus paid to agent Nyllc. committee nor any authorized representative -I I At Partlci. nE'arapleal, t'tee

,die now absent, Vice President waiting to bo assured that the, he said was a body of men drawn from of tae committee ever asked another c cloudburst and the t1< o.u

of the Iceland, received a letay fever could not develop'into a serious the ranks of agents who create business a dollar's contribution from any other water brought into the tuna u>

'from 'President Perkins, who epidemic. Wholesale trade Is crippled for his company. It Is divided Insurance company. I large blocks of lava from \' t

oston, saying that It had been because drummers cannot travel and into five classes: ."Freshmen first second He said he did,. not come to New I The street car service was inr

to postpone fTW* opening of ..... because some country dealer and third degree and senior ,nylies. York to testify before the Insuranceinvestigation I I ed. General lAmbert has IUI.; ,i

of the universities until No- Utilized existing conditions to sell\>\ told The freshmen have a written' committee. It was also I official list of the damage m

,1st. stocks. Nevertheless wholesale 'contract with the company and must stated that Chairman Taggart had not earthquake. He finds that :2i.' 0'<> .

tors, win be unusually busy grocers and merchants in some other produce business paying not less than been asked to testify.* and vlllaKOH suffered great lose: ,, i

..*., Oct. 1 is moving day, lines are doing fully as well as last $5.000 on premiums and give their entire I dead numt>vr 5i'J. and tho Injure.>

y' changes of residence will year and shipping nearly all points time for five year They are paidno Preferred Death to Dishonor.
week and the tributary to New Orleans:* (Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 23.-Pedestrians FIREMEN INJURED ON DUTY
during the au- salary, but qualify for a higher de-
sore trying to secure the dlsln. gree. If there wan default of qualification's crossing! Central avenue bridge

of;as xnany buses a* possible. New Cases at Pensacola. they are dropped" and had to were astonished to see a young "' Fire in West Virginia Town !

N $ehoels_ to Open October 2. Mobile Ala.. Sept. 23.A special to recommence at the beginning. TJ eT man walk from the east side 0-1 I $2OO,000 Worth of Property

with the Item tAtni' Pensacola. Fla.. says: received CO cents a thousand p:!T month Into tho Mississippi: river and OhRrletlt D. \V. Vs.. Sept. 2:": .\
conferences
ag after a One death resulted this morning into the water until it was about up of $:00,000 and ,svrioui+ injm....'-
for all bu ln >Ba written by them. The
ww.te" that the fever situation Is from yellow fever this being the tenth business . to her chin: then lean forward and dis number of firemen resulted fmn a
ooptrol President WHsou will first degree nyllo must produce I I
fatal case since the fever was reportedin appear. Although efforts were madeto early today near the businessof
paying not less than $:Z.OOO In
ad to the school board totbat -
her
from
prevent dcpwnlng. the cur
deceased J.
nacola. The
was this
for five to be t I city.
the public schools be open. premiums a year years rent
I.. Williams who had been sick of lung como a second degree nyllc. washed her body away. The gIrl Tile> fire started in the ramlx <*,

Oct. 3.'school. trouble some months, but whose Illness The second degree nyllc received 91 was Miss Ella Kent. She had been moat on the fourth floor of '
Is to bo thoroughly die
arrested on a charge of stealing froma
terminated the doctors reportedthis building b K
as story occupied )
a month per' thousand. If an agent secures '
.4 the end of each week. The
at morning of yellow fever. Williams I, premiums of 123.000: a he department store and though the Smith .& Cannon just back of the -
year
the heart of the originally
In evidence
resided at 416 East Main street. against her was meager, the mess center and completely dear! ,\' "
becomes a third degree nyllc. This
will remain closed forth
.d area There U another. In the disgrace attached to an appearance in also ,
case same degree lasts five yeais. Its members that building and stock t
perhaps. house.. police court was more than she could joining building of Coyle & Hie..41,
receive $1.50 month thousandand
statehealth board officials our. per per
The
The six now cases made In the morn. must nlo maintain the $%5.000 stand. case had been continued son occupied by the Charlettnu '.
the situation believe that the r"a
until Instead of
today.
going to court.
log report were the same as reported total of premiums. At the expirationof ural Oas Supply company, the Ui >
la being overcome In the Mate she committed
; suicide. She had always
last night although not officially bulletined five years he becomes a senior and Typewriter agency and the Chr
while there will probably bolor borne .
list a good r.putatlon.Compan
until this morning.The Science hall.Assistant .
some time to come, there is receives 73 cents per month per thousand
city council held a meeting this Fire Chief D..tiniu'.i
business the
serious exten- 4>n new over average
of a further Adrutt
afternoon and p..a"tllUl" ordinance regluting of Insurance written during thepro..lou. Insolvency. his side and back badly wrenched ri;
tilt,tb. plague.Mveral Richmond
fumigation Sept. 23.-Admlttln. insolvency TtN!
the feature of hi Uh twenty ,.ean. lie need not fling wall; Fireman George
days no new cases were and .
matters This is on account of opposition l. give his entire time, but must not practically without assets head cut. back wrenched bad y '>ured.
at Leevllle, where there are the Jefferson Fire and Marine In.suruaco ,
by citizens: last night relative to write fur other company. Gay Drown a negro *uJ nin;f
1$ under treatment, some any this .
persons company, of city was placed
the fumigation of the residences where' When this system was devised It became was hurt. on the head and had b.4
case* uot being yellow fever. In the hands of a receiver by Judge
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no fever existed.; retroactive and alt the agents wrenched: also badly burned
oat. on Uayou Daratarla are Ingram/ of the law and equity court. f
Drew a ball player also aolun
went Into these grade according to
to oe entirely free of fever.thy The end of the company was precipitated ">
Solitary Peace Jubilee. was badly burned and bruised
their terms of service, and amountof
of the worst die.'l14 .,
weeks one it Is said, by a Judgment ..
Toklo. Sf'1.t. 22.-13:30 p. m.;A sot business written. None of these had unknown negro! was slightly hurt
along the Mis- dined In
the state lay Judge Ingrain's court by the
itary instance! of public rejoicing at the
served sufficient time to become senior
alley road, for a distance ot Arkansas Democrat. of
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cempaay. Little BAY
conclusion of pee with Russia win! and the has HELD 1,000 PERSONS AT
nyllcs. at present company
c/o miles from the city. Due to Hock. Ark., a publishing concern
take place at a meeting to be held but three. seniors
use of money and the strensertion watch holds a 2.50O policy in the
com.
today at Hot ska. a town In the r"motnorth'a.t Mr.: Huckner said that what moneys Boy Fatally Shoots Man and Njrr'O'
of the planters, the pany and which is to collect Are loss
corner of the main Island ol addition ly Escapes Lynching
agents not from the nyllc was In
this section bis been claim of Vl.SOO. The
to rev
receiver
named H. Iyears '
Nippon. EtovrrRi Industrial associations to the regular agents' commission. New York. S* pt. S3.-John
'to handful of by Judge Ingrasn Is
case Roscoe
,a> C. Nelson,
will l niau
occasion, shot
e represented on the Witness stated that the of old fatally one
'Wlth me exception. during the past among which, will be prominent Ilabu- uyllc. today Is one pr cent of cost the renewal who will give bond In the sum of holding at bay a crowd of 1.'> *
& '
all the new cases at Tallu. .000.
days tal producers. Message of congratulations premiums2sit'. Iluckner said sons, and when captured by a
'are of negroes, and the situation wilt be those wInK! k
forwarded by this ay.tm. was invaluable In holding man narrowly escaped
is rery really Improved In the Atlanta Firm Signs Agreement.Atlanta. tat .
for
which clamored
present at th.-mtMttlnc to the emperor their a oohes pariah where the disease of Japan to nell Mrt" OyamswVice Sept. OT.--After a confer- an amusement park last nib'
> time recognised.ft enoe between the officers' of .
t not for a long Admiral logo and to President Hamilton's statement the Atlanta When the boy. who the i*.''l.
is now announced that there Typographical union and the officers t",u'
RcrsseveltSeuth had been attempted
drinking,
New 6. IX The Evening
York. pt.
sand of the franklin"
xbe-ea
& total of tea ease Publishing company the the .fulu".1 to "-
park employee
cable
World today received a dispatch ,
an agreement was entered into
xdeaths. Tureday l Its'
Carotinan: Granted Ball. from' Andrew Hamilton of AlUayv, mlt htm. Dr.wing 1.,011.
the town of Natchltochea. health 8. C. 33, In concerning etght-hour day dissension aimed them and our *
Newberry. S4rt. -Hall who Is la France to the effect that t eloo,000 at every
,'Mr. Hamrove, has been Mitch.tntth which was the CS.M> of the of
the 'ot has
$3.OOO bn
sum granted him from the New range.
$ received by
serious f ver. He has teen Senator k>innt t3. 111...... by Associate York Life Insurance company in March. printers in a number of the job offices The crowd decided to d'aarnUd.

among tin runes at ItayouIhe Justice glary. The hearing was going out on a strike Wedaeetfsy. The when he leveled his pistol; ...
190$. was not used fur Influencing statelegislation. 47 printers who left their
es. work la ta e
mad Abbeville.. Meters, O. C Wheel Mr. Hamilton reached Aced
eaten at r*>nAMsonvlt| hare er. J. !i. I>*via. and J. K Itutherrord Bias Kits yesterday after completingan Franklin pubtUhlag company establish. : The<< bullet struck John \\.lIkQIW! *
dlsoharstM es curovl, and at Port meet Wednesday will return to work
signed the bond Ima'f'lilatply aud Mr the groin. lie wa taken to *
automobile the! south
tour through
w, near there, no new cases are 0....... was released from jail Senator' of Franco, ..8... met at Rlar Kits today, aa the Franklin company has : ai. where It..... aJ he pr
to tM
Several are mtr treat tn.... shot amt killed Mr. Juf' TVnOoleeaaa. telegraphic Inquiry from she agreed grant eljrat Hour day re.quest .i would die from tile wuod
la the Rrt by a of their :atpk> >*
rernoy hiMptikl A prominent cltlsent of Ca. ye connieacfngJan. Policeman Kay arrested the 'vtW V
'orld relative to the S10OOOO check .
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1. 1 toe:
s.rentlne situation U.tt.r. lode about a week ego the a't! ..Kv4caue made out to him by the New York Ute. .pollc maa started for the 2"

''paranttne situation u Irsprov.tkLO@sl of the tragedy being undue rut Insurance company la )taucb. 1-.)&. to Course of tae crowd made a d.t.rlrolnN .ito
Railway Education. '
shippers have turn ootl- macs between Golems and Mrs. which he replied by wire. as follows! . C .- ," rpt 2Iv Coopration V*, got at the prisoner and > ;a, K

rthSt dry good and other ireght .111..... "You can deny for me that the fee Wteelv at all points ID laut.hoti't1Ms his prUones tom tbtr chi
for $100.00') to me from the s.'ork
I a number of ralnaj! o&clals: Las revsuaed --' --
Kauas City :but fern vU Cealitlen Leaders See King. .
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Life In March 1SO4. was a* <'rt. tIn la the 'abU.hllMnt of a foar- Acquitted rA Ewsb.azI..neet.
CbarI.S, and tae LouUUna Rajaa4 Ihidap***. Itaagary Ikpt.ne -"
New York, for the pusi. of tnnaenelnx I of .... :3-Ja;
'sfcaVlgatloB auJUoce which, the coaltioax leader year coat raU ray eOwc tJ Aa fXsa "rsj>clcu.B $.pt.
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company 00100ejiseraatlaee state l....|siat oa or that It .... -.
Jvtory is enl compo***! mostly of !t. of Dueao Ayres. *< ,
'+ bM' have bn raised will have of the k! uc-enir ror tomorrow -
was so n etd. raltriHki lass been bx l....ealgbc :<
F sn.u. eatehll.bedwtthil of the cbsrv o< en
dry 0ap* along its route la is regarded most hopefully and .
W Urn K.*.... assistant ITld formerly lbs f'
there, Is > to *-. Urtbart was
Wlnn that
I. RapKee.. and Nateh| widespread txpeciatk a Gtllo.....
<
parish**, sail the Arkansas the coin prorntse ftropusavle wale wi. I Meamer Meperta .at naxUag. of tb* tcsgo" Mft aa4 SaasKial *>
will takev;freight from all be ubsaitte4 hy O>.a.e. JallM andIUelck. New' York. ...pe... S3,-Th. .. Muar ....k.. sad .fie. taal. as ca-Urmaa, tx>al.a T.ttrs& Bl. the .iscr, a*

LttatSWK'.e U also aa rage KossmUv .Baroa. aaftreVGo which arrived hre today from' Rotter. Among tax*** who form this ho/ are few ...t ato ts. prim '

iFCIMtt traffic, maay :, .s* ie1t..> r1Ht.a4 to ..aet.t dam. reports that, the Gerwaa taakt4..asetrhsSknm.wlkt J. T Itarahas a4 X Kratctabls., : It catsasd. tale arrest al>ci.C taat fc- ;.

'etttllNhtg't_ ,alt,. L she _D,.....eda wtU taJue. fur. yearn to, coos le t. Ue tailed to .... to t=anspe sheet J!'

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2 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. SEPTEMBER 24 1905

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I DEAL: CLOSED FOR OLD PEOPLEAND POUND IS"PROSPEROUS V

Officer Plnkoaon and Brulon Have
YOUNG'S FEMALE
f HANIjt THEIR TROUBLESOld Kept Busy for Past Two Days. COLLEGE

succESSjGE lull which Thoxn.a.: 'V"i.1J.o: Qs.Uylr61t8 ..
After threatened
a to put
People have more of the, pain, PULL COORSKS >xm A.. u.. H s_ u t. DHUKPK: !
ache and discomfort of life than do the h out of business, the Gainesville
Purchased: by H. F. Watts. young. This Is perfectly natural because pound ia again coming into prominence Physical Culture, Elocution t arid Music! Our Specialties
Was !_
their blood is
not/eo, rigorous nor
aa a .paying prollo.1t I"". The
Will Install New Machinery.IT their powers of resistance so great and .11.(10 meet tM rear' h* bulkllorf and e< dyroeutt '.UTI tint I- cotrta
troubles that younger: h thycoa.atit. cow end hog were kept up for awhile TAebta.Uymna.l'*.e. $Swlmmln l'o. ii xM Pure, Uuiulr: l'i,...iri_i' "*I' stironlr
doa could resist often afflict them. but recently they took pos.se.sim 1"aoulJ of M x erieMt.d Teacher.. _
BE A MODERN PLANTA of the streets, with the result
WILL Expenses. $2()9. Limited Number of Free 8 holnri.hit,
> D>trtng the olTll war :X oontraeta have forced their
they way into Fur free ,.
and suffered with it*'atf ta for Session opens 9eit.moerad.lOW. oatalueuead.lr. -
Ten. o" Can Plant Will 1 Take the _aDd any doctor y.a_,. but I tried with rarloua no rood rasnadlaa__xlt.. "u"and destroyed tl.wer' vegetable I. t.CII1U: 11l'\ 1', pn'.I.lt..t..

of the Experiment Which Has One day 1 found on* of roar pampblatamd *, etc.Marshal.
Place
read U carefully. I daoldadTsTa. B.was .
) Pinkn-nn and Officer Uruton
Caused More'Than One Man to Pull the naadielna was in need of mad I .
:=:\'a.:4.:1 coos. My health was have been quit busy for the> past two -- --
Hair-Will Soon be Ready. was gettlag along inyear.
His : .I had most of lbs pathn. and .U- days arresting and placing in the STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN !
Announcement w'm.de, a few, day *altar smuts taking.nctd.-D'thia to srraat that ram U_dy.of rora-whlla l1tel bat pound three animal offender of the ,
rats romor that H., F. Wa". had I began to improve and soon found my- law. They have succeeded in landing (FLORIDA FK.MALi: : COLLKii: I: Vffl

ago purchased the building plant etc, of self than a.76 atronc.years wall of ate men. Vat I: am nay now health more iarood i nineteen. cows and six hogs sine Ta, ab.aBsee, - Florid
located < baeausa Itak. an o oa ional b.ttl. _
He Company, on Wednesday night, which means
Success a
r the of 8. B. a. Nothing.quals it a* a tonto "
Wert Main street 8 at the Junction of and blood purtnar.and I raoommand it great deal of work for a fellow) who is TAe b''xt college in the South for .yrinn1ludo,*. t.?+nrlva*,.f ad j jtYlelalJt"
tothona" needing such a> mediotn.Pordyo.Ark. *, I""It' runt Art t,,. the Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line I., a. X.OOK&1DOK. not accustomed! to "chasing" cows. "hJi.l IH Artitextrtina "
confirmed tea and /:""" ,:,. venJng<< Cb<.A.nml Jrla..lriul ."Irly "lUt/M ..1'0"11'';
This was
railway. rumor a'tniet. .I'h".C't.aI uJtUN in ci fi rniuleirrrn .
.
f""lfl//tul rich 10
antes
Rheumatic ?
Saturday by Mr. Watts, who hat been fickle pains, etc., are steeples not imaginary night, POWELL SELLS INTEREST.Will Stclinmttttf J.uJ.1"1.+.. re..iarr., i'.., -r Ilir. .lirrf'/im. ..r un JlwnrrlCftl".JJ ::

figuring on the purchase for some time. with of Dfpetites. al is sometime thought. Longer ttitty tmela" Time only Slate ...V""ml .,!.,.,,& fir \111/", "I"Hwt(
The papers were properly signed and They need a medicine that will supply b. No ected With the tw the ,..tcrte n./ J.oridd.rm"fJ.I..,., ft.'lfIfI' "',.,....,'..,. nrAra. h'JniItyr'yjrt'ten
transferred Friday, and 1.11'V.Ua is their blood with its lost vigor and buildup Gainesville Furniture Co. Im/d"lI anrt faurypytr .Vraurl rot'o'ra lrruliy I..0", iIr3iirreoJ''
1 I. Advtnce<< c..lI'fffJ erniner.t .t'
and rrtu.fl 'roiltAr h :,
their nuer.iry
constitution
in possession of the property.As strengthen U. O. Powell secretary'trrnsureerind tn tleyrcfJt /" :)l. ..I. Jt .V .t.1.M/ft/uUIIY ;
DOW S. S. S. is the ideal remedy for Old Peo { .\: /"Wu.* ufrrr;)
is will known, the Success Ice ple. It i I. made entirely from root, manager of the Gainesville Furniture .llonrd. n'HIIItll'. clI..du" f.cins It n, n 11. lI.ulfI'I" r., 19ui1 '"'
t Company proved anything bat the herbs and barks and doe not injure the Company, upon whom an injunction .J4, lcalvgt.fJ find furtherHtrticntar tent* .\. A. .Mr'ni'llltki' : ;. l're M

name it suggests. The plant being of system in the least as do those medicine was served' Friday restraininghim '

proved nothing bat a containing mineral ingredients. & S. S. from farther management' of the
a peculiar type is gentle in its action the bloodSSS
continued round of experiments, having : ,purifying of poisons business. of aid concern voluntarily ABSTRACT

pasted into several hands within n doll relieving relinquished said management also & REALTY COM PAlli.

the three year of It* existence. Mr. old age of its his official' position and has disposedof

Watts however propose to Installa discomfort by his Interest In the company to other
,
supplying a robust : ....;Z'poresteotl' e
new ten-ton can plant in placeof healthy member of the firm. Theadjnstmentof
,
the compressed machine which PURELY VEGETABLE t1tutionie.t. affair was a perfectly amicable one E. E. VOYLE. MGR.

r has been used, and expect. within is O. C. Powell who expects to engageIn Abstract of Title and full l..rurmaUnlfurnl.h"d rewarding lands \a
of all tonics for the
from thirty days to six weeks to have toning the stomach increasing, promoting appetite the digestion ., business elsewhere will sever his county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years and
the plant in first-class running order. up and building up the entire.ystom. connection but I). I). Powell will remain is thoroughly conversant with land titles. k

Extensive Improvement and alterations with the firm, The business of
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanta Qa.
,
will be made'in the building and the firm will In future be under themanagement IE- E 'T'oz E

of J... K. Abram.
the Gainesville Ice Company, which ------ -- - ----- ,

will be the style of the new concern ducting: one of the largest and most lilts ACCIDENT UURGLAKY> INDKMNITY INHURANCK. '

will own and operate one of the most up-to-datw dry goods and millinerystores WILL BE MARRIED TODAY. tenting a number of prominent American and Kngllsh eomcanlaa ,la

up'to-date Ice manufacturing plants in the country find i every. article, REAL ESTATK: AND CITY LOANS. '\'
Two Wall Known People Will be Joined CIE .:iaefi'.11 o F1.0r:1.da'
in the State. which enmes from his establishment : : ,;

; may bei' depended ux>n a. boiiiK: just Together This Evening - .---- -- .- -
NEWS OF CITY ANDCOUNTY i what. i I. claimed. This accounts for the At the Second Advent Christian

I great success IIH has made of the business Church this evening George Perry and G. S. MERCHANT & C f 4

CONDENSED here.' A. a special Inducementthis MU Emma McMillan will be united' In :

enterprising merchant ha the holy bonds of matrimony. Elder Retailers and Jobbers In

"'. F. Langford of Newberry was a tinned the 40 cents silk sale for Joseph Sherouse of Jacksonville offleiating. :

visitor! to the county capital yesterday.J. other week. aun.1 and Grocerk
II. Manner has returned from -- -- - The contracting parties. are well Staple Fancy
AMONG GOD'S PEOPLE.
known and have friends in thin
point in South,Florida, where he has many }
: city who extend congratulations In rain' larifaa Seed
; and Farflllzirs.90I7TII
been on business.L. Services Will b Held ; All Churches .
advance.Mr. .
J. Clyatt one of the efficient Today-Union Service Today. and Mrs Perry will begin housekeeping SIDE RQOAItK. t t OAJNt 8VILLB. Wl

clerks In the United States land office Services will l observed the, 'J...
at
> various .
In the home
at
once recently
Is visiting relatives in Ocala for a few Highest market price paid for Chlekens. Eats and other' FrvdMt).
place of worship this Sabbath
erected by the bride.. North trove* \
days. ;
as follows: street where they will IM glad to welcome A. Complete stock of Corn Oat Flour, Bran Meal Cones _,
Miss Sarah Prather of Danville, Ky.. First Presbyterian Church, U.,. their friends and B w. 11.\\. only the JERY 1IEHT good at the LO-

has arrived In the city. She will spend Thos. Park Hay-Preaching at 10:3On. -- -- ..- EST PRICES, and guarantee satUfaetloa .1...*. 4h

some time a* the guest of Col. and m. Sabbath school at 4 p. m. No THE YELLOW FEVER. _. -- .-. --- -- . .... _. ----
Mrs.I J. 0, Andrews. evening service.Kavanaugh I

I>r. J. ,Harrison Hodges, who has Methodist: Church H..v. Six New Cases at P.ns.cola-N.w Orleans THE '
ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. '
been absent for a few day on his ann'1al T. J. Nixon.-Sunday school, 9:3: a. is Slowly Gaining. ,

"vacation I I. expected to arrive in m. Preaching 1O:9O. m. Subject, Pen.acola. Hept. 33.-There were all KMTAIIUHHKI I..M). wy

the city at noon today.C. "The Golden Rule and How to KeepIt. new ease reported this morning and The question -- .
." of Junior dices I i. Renders reliable service of sort along th. L
X. Button of Paradise and \\'. F.Sheppad Meeting League at 3 the spreading. No death every
o'clock and Senior league at .I o'clockp. Mayor ltli. says hi will prosecolathose of Till the Land Till* In the Hlate of Florida, parlleutartf?'
of Warren's Cave were in Alaehua rounty.AUtra .
the Senior led who the disease hidden.At >...
the Both m., League being by keep .
city yesterday. gentlemenmade first consideration - - -
The Sun an agreeable call. W. M. Pepper. No evening service, Nsw Orleans. $MI'ECIiI.TI -t> ef Tlll.| Tat Halo rf
account union service at the baptist for
A. F. Torlay of Melrose was in the New Orlean*. Kept 23-From 6 p. m. Agents fir Xaw-KealaVnt Land Owneni| flab ef
church.
city yeiterday. He brought to marketa yesterday until noon today 12 new the investor.Tewas. rte.lt.f.rene..t.
first Usptist Church. Rev. H. It.
number of fine chiekens which were case aixl one death were reported.
,
disposed of readily at fair prices. Hogers-Sunday school at 9:30 a. m, Total ca.r. to dale, 2,774. Total' deaths. First Nations! (liana of (taloavlU 7?
Preaching at 10:30. Subject "A
Revs L. D Geiger of Apopka was In Thirst for Lifo." Meeting of Bun- 3fltX _. ___ Dill loo A <)o.. hankers.1tI1rEwlblirtx.d.

th.. city Friday. He I I. one' of the beams at 3 o'clock Juniors at 4. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Ads|
most widely I known divine In fist ., ..
Baptist Union service In the evening, at which urs. --- '"

the State and has many friends here. Rev Francis II. Cralghlll of Holy Medicines that aid nature are always 107'"

J. A. Phifer of the firm of I'hlferBros Trinity Church will preach This will most<< effectual. Oh.mberl.laCoulb

., New York Racket has returned be the last union service of the sea Remedy act on this plan. It allaysthe :a:. F. TDTTTTO3ST&;

from New York where he went to purchase son. t cough relieves the lung, aids .i-

goods for the fall and winter Advent Christian Church-Klder: p.ctoraNon open the s.r.tloas, and

trade. Mr. Pbifer states that he Joseph Sherouse of Jacksonville will aids naiurw In restoring' .h. system lu

bought a large and up-to-date line, till the pulpit morning and evening, at a healthy condition. Bold .by all druggist s A :KEa:

which I. expected In a few days. the usual hOI,". KM: .r Hhmo was *. _. ..

W. O. Richardson for the at one time pastor of this church, II. Death of Mr. Pellaft.'
organizer Do..iMe kts4....-...* aad Mil ro..,*. a.4r tto+.eW
National Union Lif. Assurance m. I. an eloquent and forceful speaker J. n. Prllett, axt: ....nl.lou r.d I.J ..... -.a...eI ............r..>*rirr> .Htm..,....... _,.,.....
doubt be r..slied ( a....( ... .. '
and will n- greeted by good em amaae.e wa ai MO. slIsE
T any of Georgia, returned yesterdayfrom at his horn three mile west of the ...-.... .........aM U..... ....... ,
High Spring and Alachua. congregations .\ marriage ceremonywill 'city Balarday Uf'4'ft.ed' wa a native J. t';-,'

where he- had been In the Interest of b* performed by Elder Bherons. of Pennsylvania, having ben born and
G. IN"mBV-CT..Lm: : :BiJ WLQ
.
.
his at the evening rvie >.
.
oelation. If* established ag.ncles reared In -'.Q'Oh. He earn to this
The usual rvicea will: b. held at . .. . ., ,.
at both point State In 114;., and for a gra.l r part of --- -- - -- -

Those desiring the very best in the Holy Trinity Episcopal: ( and H'. Palrick's I I the time ha. re.idd. la Ala.hua win.

way. of engraved visiting cards, bosln Catholic ehurehes.An '7. He U survived by four son, to ='
... -- --- whom the impalhy of community,
stationery or wedding Invitations
are Invited to call at The Sun of. CnjuysbU Affair. I* ..ten.J *J Stock in the Emma GoldAt

flee and examinv sample.. We arescents Upon the neeion of the return of
Mr. H. B Rurs and children from Got Off Clasp
for the beet hoo. In the
for this II.. of work. country Tallahaeee, wher they have been vl.*. H. msy well think h- he. got ofbap : the price to-lay. U the t>..t sad aafs>*t laveslmeatIhU

iting relative fur th_ past fw ....*. who a'ler having eootra Tt Uy TiIU. or Gr..r !is In the city, the eoo.regal Ion and friends of the or lodl(.*t!..n.I...tillable "I ha. mine. I. opened a.*I <>r. cm the ""_P. h..U BMM 'M

a *oe.t of hU daughter )I.... Mo..sMalphnr First Itaptist Church of whl-h Mr.1..0.I restore Ape health. :foot&* mess, bat a safe- sod soared /1.'c.y
. With ...ry |HIl..v..i.4 Its Nosh .. will...... a S ..a.
Mr. Tlllta& formerly ,.- Rogers U pastor ....lDbl..S at th* par this but Or, King's K.w per j
bond 'Unrtai l... investor from _F ..a*.lb4e *ha... nf ...... .
"led in GaiaHMvlll. and haa many *.>..c. Friday .v."Ug,, Every vUitorbroofht & ., A quick, pUaaa aad ..,- .
?b. gold bClrwh .,. .. e.M ..0........, BotMS.
friends In this etkm. He has not a takes of remembrance In sheformof.omething lala. our. fur b.*da.n.. ..astlps. >.t'eu. '-.
visited- title ally for four years and exPressed nie Ut eat. with the' :V>.v st all drug .10..1., ,........ Wa -CH*| ,
flrt *'la*. .. -im o absolutely. safe, and owe with the brtgtta .
sarprUe at lie rapid growth. fv+nll that l.. poetry was wall supplied& ... sad future of .., gold nsln. ever opesied or dU *.re4.. ..
r I. ... .... beer the closest lnta. .tloei and .
EWer with *a abwodaoe It' rood tiles la tig we would Ilk to get you
Joe .
of Bh roa.*. formerly' pastor that lisv. Tbe.veaint I wa pw.4 I.. a'' -S *>.ttr. you a.var wear a watch Fell pertlenlets far la. ..r* *.klag.. .
the
Advent ChrUtlan Caareh tbi.city .. I wtIIt your ...at.. rtodMSk".. "
and all wbstt.ade4
:
bot now of Jacksonville, arrivedy mot eajoyabU meaner "7a I server have betA .-t at the '
report a must delightful RIFE-
COFFMAN
*terday' and a. s>ot.d nod**.the eapttoonf tisn.. aaN ...- C.r..U Widow. .

chorea no tar*, will e cray thepolplt .. Brokifi St Clilr' Obi. ...'
at that aarh tot morale* and --- -- -- - .114 I If. Manettt, .

.v.ai.g. Cider 8Hroae ... many err f cc rats J. '

f ri..4s LeN wbo and to greet iota, >l, rolls, rfxle, dos efM, Send ac a postal for. ,fnll in format Ion.'. ,_ II':

aaie. within 306 feet of,,the buna have paid ...

F a.o.'..'w.'.$....., -n.. sae S4oreIs. ,tawe s lisdla>t Aso. ,Cat Ja ,oae'1 Sr. . Watch.. '; -
t 'e'
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!THE DAILY SUN: ATNESVILtE, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER 2i, '1 Q6


--.;;
bWNERSHI Mew Is Baiy T0.fay ? demand when they. choose to out out

the service.i A GREAT
", Better*thank you In fact quJte'wcH.Fat i I, Should this ratio of exp.nditwrlseons .

_bIS DISCUSSED round and full of life'and mischief. tissue the balance of the current year

,> Pink and white flesh dotted with dimples there will be a balance on the wrong
r.'i! '- ,R: .t": ... dM I : No cough no indigestion. sM. of: the ledger for rvvu admittingthe

!payer Dissects .&epo> ta of tbd I., AU on account of i fact that the receipts will be ht nv- EDUCATIONALMOVEMENT

f' Jacksonville I I..r during the winter months there
Board.OOETHER .
.
I has already' been a demand made upon
tM ..
r .,\ .. ._ .. .r....'. I the eilr. for $3OOOO additional for iinpmvernent -
A BAD SHOWING I I .. These eguresdonotsh.w

{f'I I very. favorably for the municipal >wuershlpof -

,',,,Tot.i a Pajrlnfc I Investment Accord-i a plant In Gainesville, where !

:JO.JHIaStatement! -A Timely ArUjponTimely > administered by. .a mother whbse love the consumption Is so much le.. and
\ : '
SUbJ.ct-R..d and was tempered'with common s nse< II the expenditures are a. great in proportion -
She knows that OZOMULSION U and It would be well for the

.1'\Well-Before'!. Fri' J Voting.Balnesville I I a fountain of energy for grown-ups tax-payers to ponder over them A Magnificent Library Worth $500

San: At this time too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes Our City Council has pasted an ordinance

pal .ownership versus pri- plenty. of rich blood. For pale feeble looking toward the issuing of

tlons is the much discussed folk it .is the chief nourishes at life's $115.000 bonded Indebtedness, subjectto Offered Free: of Cost !

bout' the land and right feajt. It cures Consumption when the approval of the people's vote.

N the people of Gainesville taken In time., All druggists sell it- This ordinance Includes sewerage. improvement -

lID'' '' of balloting for or againstof 50 cents and $tt.oo the bottle. Let us of streets, electric light
.. $115,000 bonds for mu send you plant, and a city hospital all to be Something SUN Remora Should Consider

.......I.blp I of an electric light passed upon at the one time and vot.
;plant* the construction of alit Fret Same letile by Hail The.sewerage is undoubtedly a cryIng I I

system. etc., the publication.of Write letter or postal ,toOZOMULSION necessity' for the welfare of the Read the Following Details Carefully:

: the article upon this CO. city', and the amount specified for ..

'. ...ken from the August number .A Plns Street, New York, street Improvements. Is none too large,

;"published In Denver Ool- and should be granted but the expenditure The Mystery Surrounding the Beautiful Display u

.. .most seasonable, and leads of $50OOO simply to gratifythe
Interested financially to Inher her1'own electric. plant. But Chicago whim of a few who imagine that a W. HYDE'S Window Revealed in the following
Into this.abJ e&. ducting la. large: city, a long way. off and
municipal electric plant would
pay An
artl"l.t 'There are very few noted for mismanagement and graft enormous per oentagw, upon the Investment v A number of our enterprising merchants execution which examination er ,I.i
lavbleh have only side In1 all departments; It would therefore have arranged what will prove.
one without given the prove
having matter
,
be more to the point If we look The conditions of the contest are &.
:.oo cocksure have the to be a most interesting contest between .
yon
Investigation is
In loathe actual state of affairs nearer proper a costly request 'follows Any lodge, church or *el.o!
aka importance attaches toJsot home to make of our tax-payers. the High School Twentieth club hospital or organization, I.. ..
at this time because it is ., and for this purpose take the Would It not'be far better to change Century Club Odd Fellows' Home B. :or private. ie eligible: to the cuntftt
.-'will be for some time;;the cry Jacksonville electric plant, which Is this ordinance that the various P. O. Elks. Volunteer Firemen Ma Votes for individuals will not be count

(political partisan In the loss! af.Admlttlng owned by that elty.By utilities could Le: voted sons. W. O. W., K. of P., Gainesville ed. With each 10 cents purchtt a
upon separ ticket will be given by the merchatu,
.; for argument's sake referring to the published annual a'elJ1Then Guards, Kirby Smith Chapter or J. J. through whose liberality the**"> nrat4
I I reports of the board of trustees for the Flnley Chapter of the U. D. O.. or any
treuare no. political partisansttlag there is another serious featureof libraries are furnished on which wi,,
> .municipal ownership I.I I years 1001-2-3 and 4, we find the following church Sunday' school hospital organization be written the amount of the punha, t e
this bond issue be
to considered.As or Institution you would wishto
showing: and the number of votes. The
vllls then comes another series Cost 1885 I understand 1&. there will be own the b .o'lfullibrary valued, will write on the ticket the purchaser
Rations from this article which of original plant In $ CQ. now on display' at ,U. W. Ityde's.TILE .
$40OOO of the old 'waterworks bond stitution or organization for which .
was .. .H.. ..... .... . . ,.78.87699 r.
be> seriously' considered "These issue due in fifteen years. At the REWARD will be a magnificent or she desires to yo'e. sign their name,
f4 real questions t Can a city op- Extensions. : and Improvements same time there will fall due library,consisting of 200 volumesof and deposit the ticket in the baLot
Industries to December 81, 'Ot, $35,000of the standard subscription publications box in the store in which the purchase
,;.ui.. utility and save I the educational bond and .
issue if
Ito I amounts to. . . ...... . .. 248,944 40 ofh. day as follows t The Is made. .
the I
people individually sind I -- the present call for bonds Is carried by Great Chas. Dudley Warner "Library The standing of the contestant. a i
.tmtnlcip corporation Has Ito Making the plant cost the t the votes of the peopl there will be of 'M World's Best Literature" 46 be published exclusively In each >:JL-
I volumes; "Library of the World's day's Issue of The Son until October
$ engage business In oomI city' up to that time . ,'32 .620 39 another $35,000 falling due at the same .
: Greatest Classics; 30 volumes ; the 14th. 190C, at o'clock p. m., when tht
with 'heir' .
Its oltlsens
or to Receipts for the year 1901. .$ 79362 46 time making a total dim and payableat Anglo-Atnwrlcaa Dictionary and Cyclopedia remaining votes will be counted and!
as Individuals or as a eor- I .. 1902, 110,84ft 49 one time, fifteen year from now, of 12 volumes ; Library' of Oratory the magnificent library awarded to the
... IT'? Now to these I wish to add I M 110000. Now we know that the revenue bf Dep w, 15 volumes ; organization having the largest: auto
|lf what I consider a most 1mj" 19O3 136,798 19 Works of Ualzao 34 volumes; the Library ber of votes. The Sun will publish \in
of the is
sufficient
11 : city hardly to
ban 1904 157,04a 74 of Poets. 32 volumes ; the each issue. a coupon which will -ntu a
l qnery and one which may -- meet the running expenses so the World's Best E.,.,.. 10 volumes ; History the holder to two votes that wit, t *
Itrong 'legal bearing In this mat- Total receipts for the four question (in capital letters) I.. how of Our Great Commanders, 12 credited to the Institution that i I' dru

;bond Issue. years. . .. .$483,550 '8ft are we to raise this amount? Why volumes. ten on. space provided for same when
Each and of these books delivered the ballot boxes in
rlffbt has a every one etiRfr
non-property owner The scheduled expenses for the same by' taxation of ,the property owners
are specimens of the best mechanical of the stores.
a. ballot which may' add to theion period of four years shows and by no other way. It has been argued -

of the man who owning a Total operating expenses for that the taxes cannot exceed a

IV'hone>< finds It already' hardh the year. 1901. ., ... . .$47.78343 certain number nf mills, which is correct Voting Tickets Can be Secured From the Following Merchants. .

| to meet hie expenses with the Total expenses for extensions .' but that does not Interfere orprevent
he earns by' the sweat of his brow? the G. W. HYDE. W. R. THOMAS.
_ and improvements 89,63741 raising of the assessmentson I I
a wan looks at the subject In but Total operating expenses for all property to such an extent that The leading Dry Goods store. Voters Our Buggies.: Wagons and lIam,
"' this ie are the best at the right price an'; a
remember
Might that of what he is liable to the year 19O2: . . . M. 87 22: I interest. and bonds will be provided headquarters. vote worth geing after. Our I vtj

.N' ,by municipal ownership, and Total expenses for extensions for even if it results in compelling the Marcos Endel. department. affords a splendid t>i'l; >If
nothing about the eost to theJaxr and Improvements 35,577 44 men with a small home to sell and The leading Clothier Men' Fitrnithtr tunity. to vote.
.., Taking up the single matter of Total operating expenses for rent. TAX-PA YKR. and Tailor of Gainesville.. .. satify W. S. Oorasy & Company
of electric -- - the most exacting: demands of all. 3r
telpal ownership The
light the year 19O3. 62.791 63 Votes count here.Gainesville . Grocery and tbflllark..t :
i gem plants,.which Is of interest to Total expenses for extensions It the Baby la Cutting Teeth I. the strongest precinct. 75 per rent of'

....111. people right now, Charles and Improvements 37,281 06 Be sum and use that old and well- Furniture Company.The your voting strength is with the it'P
eer meal it' v 'itinz
; serve
Furniture every you
big where
Xtirk... one of the great financiers Total eperatlng expenses for tried remedy Mrs. Winslow's Soothing vote every payment&ore.you make youcan Bring ydur. account and vote when) J''"

.tiHt/cI.: says that "Chicago claims the year 1904 . 77.125 61 Syrup for children teething. It cash or Installments. Don t overlook pay the same.Gainesville .
p"eoduseileelrlc are lamps at about Total' expenses for extensions soothes the child softens the gums, I this valuable precinct. Planing and Coffin Co.

/, >; and improvements 59.615 54 allays all pain cures wind colic and is L. C. Smith... A glorious opportunity for contra*

f&mu-, -.- the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen- I The best and largest variety.. of Shoes Ion to vote for their favorite A load
Total scheduled for of wood 10 Don't miss them
votes.
,tOblt', as no allowance has ever expenses ty-five cents a bottle. in town We have the pair you want.
the four . . ,$116.40424 W. D. Pagan & CompanyOur
Ii. mftde for services rendered the years We have the votes. Come and see us.

., by other city' departments, such These figures show a balance In favor Notice to the Public. J. S. Bodiford & Company.The best the Meats market and affords.Vegetables Vote art her*the

_ts>
L"apar'm.nl.'he water rent which 14664, which to the casual observer respective. companies will require consignees where the voting will be be.vJ'Ve' :
Give work the t tmrdi:: *
save
IIIamount, to about $3 per'year' on would lead him to think there was good to unload all ears consigned to have them.J. i slips. Get us your your friends; to du liked.'

lamp' no ob.r..... made for ad money In municipal ownership but them within 72 hours after arrival, and W. McColliSfn & Company.The I Take them to our agency and ft t''s>

MBS'to the street wiring the..work they are misleading the extreme for proper notice given them. Failure on up-to-date Druggists.' The votes : votes. Big' Item.A. .

Jrs""b iy the street department no these expenses do not Inolode Intereston their part to do this will oat them one are here. Come see'us. M. Cushman.

for. Insurance, the lose In tax- Investment of plant which Is t32 .- dollar per day demurrage until ear Is L. C. Smith. Votes will be issued for prenn jm ,II
: '.(a big source of revenue) or the 620.39 at 5 percent for four years. which released. Local and less than carload The leading Jeweler. Our splendid new policies written or old |*'>Iici." "'
as the would bf'tM.t2rler this Iota of will be stock will supply the most exacting newed. provided such premium aroo'.
ar. ;+paid by city for property or, deducting merchandise subject to mands. The votes are here in plenty.A. paid within thirty' days of date of \
"itaequivalent. In Interest on money' trom their $67.146 61, It would leave a storage charges also unless removed icy.. For each 10 cents of premium a.
i ....4" In parebaslng properly Kxpert balance of $2.O12 .61. from which foar from depot within 72 hours after arrival L. Vidal Ac Company.The vote will be Issued.

.' mutants who audited the books of years' taxes, water rents, the rent for and proper notice given. Please only Soda .Fountain Confectioner Mra. S. W. UeGrande.
.
he>olty of.Ohleajto'reported that If all that time which the city' would have to take due notice and be governed .. count and here.Book dealer istuingjvotes. They The only Millinery and butt' 11 .1 f*
I Issuing voles. Vote here.
arg s were properly made against' pay or. its equivalent In purchase cordingly.. Our positive instructions

lightlna .department the cost to money, depreciation of plant which Is to put in effect these roles will be complied -

s oily was lM.Ot per:' are light per figured by expert accountants to be 25 with. Merchants, Note Carefully.The .

r, and not .e .oo. aa .was claimed. per cent of total valuation of plant Jo"*, U. Toaaar. Agt. A O. U U,. rule of the contest provide that each merchant shall carefully male.
sated In such a plala,manner. It Is per annum or work which no doubt is J. >\ hart Agt. O. A U. Uy. a record of hi. vote on Friday night of each week sending a duplicate of e. '
t,aelf-svlJent fact that Chicago is pay- don. for them by street, purchasingand E. U. Gone Agt, S. A. L. I:,. to The. Daily dun on Saturday' before noon of each week over his own.si:rs-,
Including the a..f and them in a' m*<
_. tare. tickets wrapping tying up
legal departments of the -- .
[dearly for the prlvllsjfsj owningiiST. city. t i
each
package a* possible write your own name and date of delivery on
-- r After these proper charge and deductions Cause of Insomnia. they' can be lied away with your record and delivered to a commttt *
I are made the .Ial.o thousand Indigestion nearly' always disturbsthe awards. appointed at the close of the O""> lIt..,.

AUBUSTIME. dollar would bo worse than a sleep more or lees and is often the
.
Jr (: - niekel's worth of "ice out in the midday eause of Insomnia. Many eases have THE SUNS Voting Proposition.

. Ls\r... cool furnished room at 0.... sun of August. Looking still further been permanently cured by Chamber Under no eirenmtances. will an employe of this paper be allowed tt< I'' I
w Hotel. Kr-. bath. Light b...... Into the reports of the Jacksonville lain' Stomach and LJver Tabl.,.. For rote in this contest.
.ping pnvilruv Hates $i to IS per plant, we Dud th.t on January 1. sale by all druggists. We will' hive a premium of 75 votes for every paid three month' surf"r
:.. k ach Meals
rtxtni. be bad 'J
?
may for c
:100 vote fur every paid six mon'h..abeonptloQ and 5OD votes
I0(*) IhervTwas a cash balance" hand
text door. W. H.M. Il>slll4lrraf.. on '* *
I Run Bucket She paid subscription for on. year to Daily yun. and 30O vote for one t'f .
a
.. -- of $14,516.21. During the ff rat quarterof crlption' to ml-\kly! San. Old subscribers g*> the acme number of Y '
... the year Including the months of Cbieaco.: Sept .51.-J> lctlvea today by paying their subcripti< < to advane Every. voter should b* a enbsr r
yar January February and Marrh' the receipts raMs.| the brokerage offices oC Tko To the Institution securing. the largest-numbwr of votes in this en.II'--
..>.t:j, DBIND; for services were $4t.? 3fc>> and Dsxvtee A Ox' Hevcn men and two wilt award at 7 o'clock p. m... Oatobwr 14th. 111>>. 1O.OOO rot*..
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women were" arrested" The decent upon
from other sources including' the deposits -
\ the offices followed eharvee that v-
of customer. which should not
I appear at all, $4.033, e-aking a total of the Davies mpenr had been charged I LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This
JUDUvIFruit SyrUp $46.OM 50. an t \Jae vomcbers show expenditure with ruaalaa a bucket abep offte<<. Tae .
i pelloe aaaertMt' PeT have witnesses
of $43.499.43 For the seeon -
NMsant to take l or the 1IIoa'" of.\p.lI. wto lave. ..... to'eves. $ ".HO t. tae coupon entitles the balder to two voice that can be east r3 r

The new laxative. Doea May and quarter June, starting wth a eesbbal- ......... any lc.tkt tioa competing far the beautiful library, when propr!1

tilled out. stgo.! sad NtCnro.l.o the ballot toxes la either the abo'cstory.
tfi. not gripe or nauseate. au.. of $13.037.2. the ....1.14 for aer

.w"- Cure atoaaach and liver vie were $60,88. 418. wit* .voooher ex> .

,: troubles aria chronic penditures of fM.llO.Ai,leaving a oaaahalae
tactr'atios "osn hand itleti wet 1.MtSa.u. .
from what was tkettrslat "'ILLDXF

itorlng tM tl. year at *JU37-..ad frog. .-swwOsa i7s. T-c-..

..UMa this' .fre/in ts>.be> deaN*HtvV);daej w .;vast._ 4 was Lint,r.di r.s. t ....., y.....,

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4 THE DAILY SEN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 24, 190


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gIu} : ttIT The scarcity Of,school teachers is John A McCaTl cannot Justify the THE JOY OF LIVING

what mighty be expected. 'The young New York Life Insurance Company's CAM !! VTTX.LT IIKA.LJZKU "WHKX TOC
111 111am 111s t '
tr ladles and gentlemen: who study for contributions to the Republican campaign ENJOY GOOD HEALTH

r: P"d anise ecl0am..easasltflalsesv7l1a.17a. years to fit themselves to teach a primary fund by saying that Judge' Parker

school, and become proficient,are when chairman of the> Democratic r .

a y S;.'ca.ARY.. ..,.)!' lsor and Pu1Uaber.Arooiae getting exceedingly weary of devoting State committee,accepted all the muny -

w W ASULEI',:,:__' LjgsE : _- Editor. their time to K profession' that has offered him from whatever source

UURT"L... .. ... ... -ot7 todtsor.Wt7. mighty little Glory and. poor pay. With says The New :York World. i iWt
E half the effort they take up bookkeeping Neither can Mr. McCall justify hi.

: j HKVNUV. tJen'l-Traveling A Kent. and stenography become moderately political HUM of the) policyholder'smoney i

s proficient starting oat to drawa by telling how the Democratic

;::-M. 1'Kr.WITT. .... Supi.Cemp<<>>fall Room. salary of f6O a month with a chanceof campaign managers dogged his stepsin

a raise as they progress, while they 1004 and made his life weary by soliciting

:!I1.in OI-UCK frcd.So PORTKR. BLOCK.hLlrPKOJe_.,.. tea h in a primary school for $3O to contributions. Ilia testimony The Popular Liver Medicine

-tl $35 a month and spend a fourth of .. disputed in detail

TIIS 1I.Ua.Y t'of.publwhcd every morning_KiTvrcd their year's salary to keep posted In Judge, Parker says that in 19O-I. whenhe Will Keep You Well
d by *arrier la the city or
,'I't' )tonday. the new methods of teaching that bob: was a candidate for President no
waled t< any part 01 the United Staktlw postagetree A GUARANTEED CURE!!: for all diseases produced by TOR.
'lT< wc Ihf.or: y ecru for aye w k -*rIct17 laKr.din Besides all this, the examinations are \ for 'the Democratic cam with Arsenic. Calomel and Quinine. They act a* rank poisons

eoft! D<'t'. simply fierce, and how can you expecta paign; fund, and It I t. pretty generally' which vitiate the blood debilitate the system, and leave a trail

in local cotama to cent a IbM young 'lady of 18 or 2O year.to known all over the land that they did of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB- '
*noticr INE I I. purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic
fat 6r t ntrtion.and :3 cent far tech additional know as much. a })Philadelphia' . not expect it. Although Mr. Roosevelt poisons, la absolutely harmless and Is the simple remedy .,

I,ert1uu. yer for $25 or $30 a month for seven or denied the Republicans receiving any nature It carries off all poison in the system and leaves a'

pate_fur.t"pl.lY adwftUteir made known 011nlicalioo. eight months in a year and board funds from this source, and many in- Injurious effects.

a, themselves T nrxu>nt voters believed him. It was CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER

I -T:;;Twitscek Sun i*anerlumn sigh.page.lori7' Raise the salary of teachers they known at the time of the controversy REMEDIES FAILED '

paper. published every Monday end will have a chance to get back a portion between Roosevelt and Parker that

Hm:..l.y. and contain all the ow of the of the money they have paid' out there was something in It. )tr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell. Texas .: X we* '

seek, kJt'.I. State and general, and will be during the eight or ten years they have sick la bed for eight months with liver trouble_ the t
wiled. portage tree. to any part of tM United doctor seamed to do me no rood. I was told to try
'&&at"or Canada.fur'I.GO a year-ln advance. been fitting themselves for their work I SUNSTROKES.The Zlerhlne. and It cared me In a short time. I cannot ,
have a list of questions for examinations I recommend this wonderful medicine too highly."
;;. biMs become due after ant
d\crtlMnn :
01 adverttoencnt. onlca otherwise that apply to schools and teach.j sensible young woman should TAKE IT NOW ,

ocl i appearance tipuUtrJ in contract. Partiea not known to ua ing and not to matters that will never marry the man who loves-her, and not LARGE BOTTLE Me GET THE GENUINE "

:11 r required to pay for advertising la ad"Ce. came before the ablest lawyers and the one she loves

THB DAILY BUN.CAINBCVILLB. of land in the affairs of this
Address. judges the Snow Liniment Co.
Pba. In Co re a the official buy their Ballard ;;
all the
and will have
country, you .
place, the same as they do to civilized
-- --- teachers you want for the country ST. LOWS u. a. A.
..101So America in many Instances.The "..
\ careful guess place. the orange schools. a K a
woman" who never sees any goodin B fe B k j
about 1,250,000:
crop this seasonwat _
loiei. THE MATURED FAMILY.In her husband always gets angry at OLD ND RECOMMENDED NYw .
another woman who can never see any _
. :rh2. ,JOHNSON:: Ga.iX1.0B-V-i..
' The shot-Ron quarantine Is being these days when women do not bad in hers.

'JSSc abandoned and reliance la being placed. seek to marry, and when men find President MoGall. who let the Insurance ---

' to the heahherti6ea'e.. single blessedness most desirable says money go without keeping a ,'\r'. .

an exchange the question of how to record of it, ia what they called a

>0c'Sc I There may jet be a war on trusts. preserve harmony In the matured family sound money man In the last National' I to '

One" of the Presidents best friends has ia important. It is alar easier campaign. :I 'If You Are Insured. ,

been put oat of business by the tobacco matter to preserve happiness in a growing Some men have compassion on the .

rSe trait family which Is elastic and buoyant opposite\ sex and'marry them not just I

and busy with its own diversions.But b cftu"f> they are rich bat because
In that i. fir. ,onuble llaw.
a Company a I'nlioy Correctly
It i i. stated that Luther Burbank has with and each character
maturity age they dislike to see them become rich I Writtenith I.lbwralily ol Policy Contract and the Companyf
produced' a white blackberry. Nature hardens, the personal tastes and old maids Pays Losses Promptly

' produced them years ago as they grew opinion become fixed and toleration It is quite evident that somethinghas

wild in tome States for many ean. for others la often lacking because u
not been burled deep enough, judge
each member of the family feels without You Are AssuredThat
ing from the odor that permeates the
2c The MadUon Recorder cyst "Gil admitting it that the very existence
| atmosphere as one passes along one of r
ckritt's okra recipe it all right. And of the other members limits his serious I loss without have
our leading thorou< D8 that leads us to the conclusion that the or her possibilities. Not only I do the C .
An Italian Count has declined a ''
'R.
lv oto county statesman would make members feel this, but it is actuallytrue. I
45 any pequeathed by an American w,.
a better cook than Governor." As a case in point one most attractive -
man in 1}r..nce. That explains the
woman literally and unconsciously Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance '
.erE ins>t.*rioue aatilegram shout a "great )
Smith day at the Georgia State Fairto lost touch with her' friends by ennvul..ion of nature" and vindicate ,

be held in Macon will be a hummer, surrendering herself to her family. Wstivlu s
None but Keliable Companies Represented
if only one representative of the family Thoae who found her most congenial

from every town In.the State la present could not find her sisters so, and while Cha.. Fugle, who stole a watch In
New York aid who was tl..d. the ,--
Rot when competition is open to year after year, she struggled to retain
Jury failing to agree, wa allowed, to I' A. 1VJ: OTJSHRKAJNT: :
the world there will sure be a crowd. her friends as well as her family, she ,
could not fall to see the breach widening kto frr.* If he would quit New York amigo
to t'nleago.: Js Chicago to become Information cheerfully furnished. UAINKhVILLK. FLORIDA
Chicago is about to send her most when It she had chosen to live /

nearly perfect man and woman to New apart from her familythe success she New York' Htr'ri.7.1u I" I

York In telegraphing their generous so well deserved would have surely old minstrel mail has mad theimminent ---

aurmeuts it was probably an over been hers. Her less charming sisters .. that a new juke. !I. a dan

iRht that caused the omission of thoseConcerning dragged her down depriving her of I K -ron* iMiiic to prink| on for stage. PARTIAL RICH I LIST O fJ .{,

the happiness of companionship they |lie| nay tt may tint take How the ,
the feet.-N. Y. American.
could not enjoy.COVER I misuhiff most elf then. can t..lIl. what Whiskies Wins Btsr and Mil

E The the people would like to know It |I. ,
premium lists of the Florida
seldom tri.d. .:. =;; -- -- - -
!rate. fair' THE SUBJECTS.The .
In
distributed
are being
__ .. _.._. .. ._ I KXI'ltKMH:!" I'KKIMII': Hulk /;...|.-4uir. Free-Xet
this --- -- -" 00I '--- -- -- --
county and they show some exee.ient I 1-
up concerning of our I"\IU" Q*. M..aur*. 1 Ut*. .<<. ItQta.tin ,1 IIIJ I"u.u-
following one
prizes to exhibitors. We hope HaUa Cl..l. Ki* '4 oo a T ouKO Mr*. II'ia. .'ore. loud. .ra4avMr
ta see this county well represented, former citlsens. coming as It does from I I I DYSPEPSIA N' **...a Couat, lit* 4 aa 1 Sit '*'**1'rr 13.U..e aonovvew
.. UI. e'.as, Res. rIN ...as".
sol every county in the State shouldtry A. )1. C. Russell county superintendent M '. Nte" a so M emr s1.b,1'etlallu.i "
and there.Th of the llernando schools, and who I M.aa.. i(' Hi* a km a soto Mr., tea. for. Man. ll*.' fur tas .....,.. .i:.''
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Ret I. also editor of The Southern Argus I|I ......... -.. ... .4.l ",. .,. .._.. 1Ma1. m i* onr .* .. ._M w .**,OU.>.aill ,.. i".
--- t Mr* P It *Mil Aifl* It .,. N ;;'
..... _. ........ ......tr" .. --r= ..n Men l waists. a s oa sots ewt
be considered a high tribute to ...lll. .. !.. I ,.!.. ... ... M *'! *r a*a
may sec > > 0 .
railroad mil .. . ... .. |teen llrandr 1 I ou at ;
companies make ** *: i> "l .>fc l>wm ff t o_"_. "oa |**r latU>a: .
3ot of dollars'worth the ability of Htat. Superintendent,I tae.a.a. ..*>.... a II.' .....JI.4 ..*....... Al's Ie ......... .... s T* a ui a so t'Ia..tts lire. MMII Iw.- K,.. M.dbr
of ,... .
:sI sI1S Impro".m.nt.n.rJ Holloway .: )I.-J**,*I.e.4.I.i 5.4i.*. .*..(?.r a-..*r st. U...,....Uki . f "1 4 SA f tSr ..ea iSp. ..StU.aaatlla
year and w. hear of 'ii: : .
rontrsciors no grafts by "The Southern Argus acknowledge TIIJJ:_ M ..".. B.., J....,at,.U.J.o.at a s M K r.-.MI. taT, |J,CIN fitrii.: M.,
or others In eounectlon North 1 .nails. Corn s sa 1 mi au yay.l. .e

'It ith the "'ork."th. railroads'employi with pleasure the reception of a full tae J Mwat.l.1......... ......>ra ... . S TS w 1 5'fi W T a MS S* .Kstra.,.....!',....:: ..,
fur their set of questions recently submitted in .....,,,..... M.a tS S m Mttrumlt M.t/. .d... ..
ability, not because they easts
The Cow.lacseo .. .
lainesville. of .,.. t T S Ml S Mof C..d. ...,.
'."". the examination at applicants
a political pull. The question tlni K* t'r. lksarbo* 1 rs S IM Mta I.... A" ..e.... .....,
-r.... Would the railroad. well for State eertlflcstee'm ._.* at AUoaed. o* AU (loutfa of ..... l/vt.a..a ......., 14"'* .." ......
be as .. ... .. ..
have examined them carefully and find Tress .-.w. at bf LL abi', ie.Ln y
.I.--d If they .
were under the gov - -
"r'1 scat's them to b*> perfectly fair and sufficiently ,wttarvvtoPt. '
control 'A K
t covering It...ubJf'Ct.. Superintendent l, 'Ali XM MT. HANNE BROS Jet,

Holloway !I. eond **ling his I ... .. . ..---
>It C the prominent visitors to this I

I %trrdsy w. HOO. Jo:. 8. CrlH of office In an able manner compellingthe .....S. .....-. T_e". D....... I 1... 11.0...... fresldeal II KI '1'Avwa, 0..MN
of as well as ..._.. t... .... '
a cal praise opponent --r, ;TIM w. u..t.w w. "' Oao. W. Ilona. Vl.e.rraeideas I as l Ua MAM, Aaes. CIl IM
president 4 UUti.f
of the East Florida mi
friends." _. ='::..J.. ;:.:imtmmf t: h-
ill' and Troet Company, and one ---' --. .....u.c R-...,c.,c;.>.*...ew ".Y. *a*

':.. .m<,.\ conservative financiers' and .IOO Reward _IOO. MUWM.ULE r I ,TEM MLUM MXKIMEHAHBWSMCM. THE FIRST NATIONAL BATHE
'"I .
men in the Sta... Dr. Grill will b*
".. The readers of this apr
trea 4aree of the State for on.l
rm .
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a 1 l*.. siTairs of the pleased to learn that then I. at leant OF' Q 1NJi.: > 1V'IZnx
s t .. treasury WM k >pt one dreaded d ...... that science' bee r.* a..*s.___*...> n
n .*.Uk. He h.. .
manner. nofr.ervd. 4I.t.ea.Ma..N..y
*'. ,. I been able to cure In all It. stages, and .......- w .-..- ONLY NATION f. HANK IN AlACHlTAM
here who would like to Hall's Catarrh Cur e' -..... ar.aNri..ti
*' f that catarrh. P.-. ... w....
/' copy the gubernatorial chair le the only positive ear now known to G. .... --- Capital. . . . . . $50,000 OO ,r
r. 'n.n In the Biat Is ben.rqo.- lb. medial fraternity. Catarrh'.. -= he .I t . . . . . . M
'-' *d..e.ie..t
M s
' 1O'.roor. lag a constitutional di....-. re ialr- a ..i -.>.M..-s t..._-*....t-. ... nrpluJI anti Un
treatment HsH'e Catarrh ...._ o.n.vaMaa .......
: constitutional 0... esn5..etr 5 e..at.E a.rra .tu Lenllt ..re5 M ass laL N. $'
'I.Chod/ of lb. New York Ml 1- :: ass
Life ,, <
. Cure ia taken Internally e c W..a.Nef :N ..aa.N.(55eaa..i. t.M..eaa.es
> '" Company woo Id ...m to be directly upon lb. blood and mucous I I 5. ..-'.'.,.....-.. Al4b aw....... ..mset 'fK '
.
a *..* rosiU to quay popl surfaces of the system, thereby d-- H. ..TAYLOR,(

P ...inc PATENTS I . --- -
question te propovaded stroylag .foundation of th disease_ .
1 .
r ;
the leading Kaatero paxperss sad giving the patient "".a.'" by \

r Wring Amerleasin poawboW.ne building op the eo*.litafo and a.- B. F. JORDA :
.
== V L LITE Axe
e ,...- | .! Wf
/b.
T>
wi&Ja work. e
war 8pel. to .la doJag its
et7 istiac nature .......- ..--. -
a eatre p.I.... while. ex eta pa.h proprietors' have so mash faith !I. it* a.rM AL :;r YM/altal. I AMmD Y' III 'f.t.;;
...
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I ,*".. ,M M
policies froemx thin It44I.f mrmtfve powers that they offer on. : rfiI e....,..,.,. ,S OLBESTce .

f- t'.'..0'. did the X.w York Life ..aJMl. dollars for say ra e that Ittalte .altYtpw.wlsioia INSURANCE {J '

.at-a. abal th* quality of AaaerOr oWor Mead for lt of t* tl- w-carve-.-..-.-wow. --err ew ; :, ;i ,

1.as lQu.-ahJ dU. it .*...., _aaJJa. -- . . .FJUOsfJI :..,., -
;.xJ" U.,. ....... ssf 1aa IIIIM- "..ddi... T. 3. Cheney A Co.. revs11 :;:J.
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THE DAILY SUN:. GAINESVILLE.. .FLOKIDA, SEPTEMBER 24, 1905 :}

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,l: PARTS" OF 'FLORIDA. LEMON, ELIXIR LIBRARY CONTESTKirby Great Reduction Sal e



Britf Happenings From Various ,REUULATK THE Smith Leads With a Good :-
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..._ a 1:: __
LIVE, Gain Over the Home:
:t.. Section* of- State. R

:}f!. i. KTOtACJI.BOWELS I I

''J: 'THid(; .MOSTIMPORTANT EVENTS VOTES MUST BE SENT TO SUN
XIJ). EJ,;.
.. t "" toe
;Il Specify MARCUSNOEL'8for
The Rules the Tim That Reports v
Traruplrfrlj" :.-In: 'The Land of Flowers. The Inventor of the famous "TEE

44 Things "' ol.d Down" to Suit the Should be Made-See That
( ;{ HELL SCRAPE." a man known wherever -
:'.. .Busy Reader-Items of Interest to : Your Votes Are In On TimeOnlyTwo
..1jt, : plows are sold and used,says tMI r."l
.'r$ All.':Classes."Fotnacn Week More of the Contest.*
a }
', oounty "wet" and "dry" bars n.ed MOZUCVS LJCMONKLIXIK The votes returned In the Librarycontent
"J- for 10 or I* rears lna' nar v.l
show that Kirby Smith
Lat next Tuesday. femur for the Btomsob.. liver and kidBeys I Chapter e.
!la still ID the lead although
: Is beet medicine I tome IO DAYS ONLCommencing trt
V blosla county will vote on "wet" and end It the '
"' of. the where the Odd Fellows'
.""dry question next Wednesday.' have ever sued. It I* ateo a sure >eolflo place ftA
for paID Inr the back or ruder tbe.lIoaJce. Home net a large vote each week hare
f1 Fernandlna citizens: are looklogu4tt.ln .... I have recommended It innumerous not been reported.The .
Oak for the Drew railroad. oanea to my workmen when I
rules have, in Instances
sick and unable to work asd It bas always many : fe>
UfGeorge, the new nolony on St.. riven perfect aiUfaoiIon. U.IX not been complied with, as they' provide brt..
<..t.."'8 river, Is to hold a barbecue! on 'TEKRRLL.: President Atlanta now that "each merchant shall carefully .

bar 7th. Co.. Atlanta." make a record of his vote on Friday

f,' ;/JTacksonvllie? and St. Augustine will MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR.THE night of each week, tending a duplicate Tuesday September I i
1 It."n" receiving President Rooselts of same to The Daily' Hun on :

l:4. October 21st. and 22nd. Saturday before noon of each week,i ,

.s''rj'8. t.r county' people object to leas- NEWS FROM ARNO. over his'own signature, etc. .....
their convicts' preferring to have The San office has been obliged to

,' am pat 'In their time on the roads School Opened With Fine Prospects.. make several trips each week to many -
:sensible Idea. Notes of Personal ;Interest.Arno. voting places to get the returns and Mr. Endel is now in the maiketsa :
I will
hereafter no votes be counted unless
'
J8eve-ral counties of the State are Sept. 23.- Farmers are very returned .stipulated In the rule. we must make rapID for thd immense stoc :R;

', aving' trouble 'In securing school busy' gathering their corn and eotton. The total vote as received as follows :

".1: Roth corn and cotton are ,below 1Klrb7 soon to arrive. .
1" b.". Manatee and Lake counties crops
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Smith Chapter. 168.257
,>,'ftr.. both shy' on teachers. the average this year. The prospects Odd Fellows' Home . . .. 112.469

a t y..Jacksonville saloons'must .olose at'J&Velook of the cane crop are good. Much fine Earnest Workers . . . . . 42,787 All our superb $15 Suits to go at 11.10
I hay I. being saved. Union Academy . .. . . 7,689
"fJ( ::ehlef of police at ,night and' remain, sharp,closed safe the on- We have another. wedding report High School... . . . .. . . 5.694Sprains. All.our. elegant $12 and $12.50 t,
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to
$IJ e o'clock the next morning.Jacksonville's this week, the contracting parties be Suits to at S.S5
go
loa Mr. Lewis of Newberry and Miss
new Catholic church, Alice Blanton, one of our finestyoung S. A. Read,Cisco,Tex., writes March
very All our Igacler $10 Suits to..go at. ims; <
Immaculate
g ;xtbe Church of the Conoep7'tlon. ladles. They' went to Gainesville 11. 19011 "My wrist was sprained so tAll
la to cost $100,000. It will be of badly' by' fall that it useless and 1.25 Shirts. i!
to be married on Thursday', and a was { our perfect-fitting OSc
Georgia marble and Gothic_ style of after using several remedies that falled .
;;yiarehlteeture. went from. there to St.. Augustine for a to Rive relief used Ballard's Snow All our leader 75c Shirts to at 50e
few d., Liniment, and was oared. I earnestly' go
;
tt Th. new editor of The Wild wood This place Is noted for Its pretty' recommend It to anyone suffering from All world-beater 50c and 60c i
r. awl la "catching on" In good chape.jH young ladles' but. they are one by' one sprains." Sold by \V. M. Johnson. our '
.. .start an Item with "The health) of I
being taken away.' However, there Shirts to go at .. . 4Sc
.!WJWwood is not surpassed by
any '
are plenty more coming on.
,plaee In the State." Miss Rosa May and Miss Ruth MoOlenney GULF HAMMOCK HOTEL Best $1 and $1.25 Hats made

':The carload of detained at. I
4j j negroes who were appointed last year
.. earth OSc
on J
Ora.tordl bound for the East Coast to to get np money' to boy' an organ for (I'{]LF HAMMOCK, FLA. .

''.work on the railroad, were releasedThursday. the Forest Grove I school gave an Ice Elegant line Boys' and Gents' 35c '

.! When the train .
entered cream festival Friday night at the
Paradise for Hunting and Fishing
;the.onion depot at Jacksonville the school house for the benefit of the. organ Caps at 22c| ,

:,.:bonah was so frightened that not one fund, which was quite a success,
Ibis: hotel IK under new management and All our $5 and $6 Trousers to at :J.98
i'ao& Oat of the 0... both socially and financially.' They will open t)o&.o"-r I.'.lOufr.forth*wtnt r. Iicnoeomroodatlona. go
.
:) The authorities are doing everything realised $2O.25. They now have nearly turkey ....small itaiua Pine.bUD'tJur.ttxo: U.taoludln.nt tteoiiur deer.and Stacy-Adams Shoes in black and tan -J.45;

r.r.ha' can be done to ferret out the $.0. and will bay' the organ at once boats for bunting for kooommodatlon and lUblnir partlen.of s ue u. Uuldea

grime of burning the Goodrich home Few people appreciate the Influence of For rat and accommodation addrens Come early and secure some of the best values ever]
'-i.' Oak Hill on August 14th.. Sheriff good music and musical training In MRS. LOULA THOMAS. ProprletretM.M .
GoU MOCK. Law Co.. >XA.MAINESYILLE'M of Gainesville and
offered the people Alachun county
"'Turner says he will make every effort the attainment. of a good education

Ho> place the crime on the guilty' party' MI.... Roma and Ruth deserve much

\f.i or parties.-Volusla County Record. credit for their success. Quite a nice FAVORITE

s'JTh:- young ladles of the So inter crowd of young people came from Ala BE OltT.

:vllle school and three from Bushnell, ehua and Newberry to the festival. MARCUS ENDEL

wIll hold a debate. at Homier Friday Our school moving out.with quitea Alachua Pool Parlors ,

: \.,.ht. The Butntervllle girls will oon'i.ad good prospect for quite a successful The eader and Originator of Low Prices in Gainesville
shonld have term under the guidance of Prof. De- t. Unres Proprieter.
that we not compul- _._ .
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'" .aory education 'In Florida and the I Land and his able assistant ]Miss Rosa
: May. The school Is averaging about
.t* :Stashnell debaters will give their reafavor'of
.f'eoal 10 "is.T fifty' pnplls, and will do better. soon The
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as the busiest cotton picking Is over Located in the Porter Block south
Constable Richardson of :Mnrianna aide Three first-class lab)...
"f The with few square.
patrons exceptionsare
(t$'Sweat'to the farm of Book Pelt to colv Good lights, and prompt and courteous LIFE
taking unusual' Interest In the UNION CENTRAL
}f leoS a bill for witness fees. Pelt. said school. and service.always The welcome.public Is cordially' Invited
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"it he would come to town and pay, which
: Miss Pearl Osteen spending this
V\ the officer, who started
did satisfy
not week with her sister, Mrs. \V. F. Mar. ''RAUSS" Ixi: u.rance Co.
,,itto, levy on a mole, when Pelt struck low, at Ocala. MAX!' ,

him with a piece of scantling on the .-- RepresentingE.

head, and then took the Insensible of. Cured of Lame Back After 16 Vista

f.. ""'fleer to town. ; / of Suffering" ; A. WEIL & CO., :::Z- OFFERS THE

..-{ .,A> email sloop containing a number "1 had been troubled with lame back

'4f o f"'persops who hailed from Bllozl, for fifteen years and found complete WHOLESALE SHOES

.J :t 'Mlee., wae taken Into custody at Pen recovery In the use of Chamberlain'sPain Of All leeerlptleaaSole Premium Hale Inter rG
Iff'aaoola t Thursday by the revenue' cutb Halm." says John O. Blsher. Oil-

, '*er- Pen rose. Th. sloop left Blloil lam, Ind. This liniment Is also without LOWEST' HIGHEST

...eraldays ago and the occupantsdesired an equal for sprains and brat.... Agents for MONARCH ar..aMOVEIla Death Rate I. Earns;

to go to some point up the bay, It i. for sale by all druggists. EIUX qUALITY Shoes. Kverv
but ae It le against the quarantineregulations pair warranted.

to enter port the vessel. was Ladies Endorse the Change. .' Cash Annual Dividends.
J. Agent
;,, taken in charge by the cutter and .nlue.
the station. On. of the boldest and most busl- .
towed to quarantine -- --- -------- ---- --
nvst-like changes known to the modern
O. II HmlthJ a 'Penaacola druggist
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advertising anat business circles Is
was badly burned by the. explosion of

'+ a bottle of alcohol la his. hands. He Toilet that recently Company mafle of Pans by the Tennessee.It National. Miss Tebeau's Policies Written on All the Approved Plans

:to had placed ome sulphur la a pan for

t' latnlaatlon and during a brief absence -I'r'ha'. oa the there market were with one names ortwuartiel.e Boarding andDay INCLUDING' ORDINARY LIFE LIMITED PAYMENT I.. t'.

.. noire boy lighted the aolphur. On LONG AND SHORT TERM: ENDOWMENTS. TERM .,SIt
t.U.
much like Satinofa be liable' to
so as to
.f his, ,return Smith started tour, the SchoolNo. MTALMKNT INSTALMENT BOND FULL RETURN PKKM'.!!' M6ETTLKMENT
eonfuslon In the mind. of
eause
! ,alcohol' un Ih. sulphur. whoa It e.- pur- l. AND CHILDREN'S ENDOWMENTS. .\. ..01.Isn .
''f' ploded, .rltiiiK Hr. to his coat and hat chasers. Satlnola has won a national FIR8T-CLAH8 LIFE INSURANCE WITHIN THE 1 Kt V
."r OB which the alcohol had spattered. ,reputation. a remover of freckles, .3M W* SUAIXK9YIUA )1.1a Rt., s.
OF KVERYBODY.For
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:IS His hands, face and neck were badly plmplee, etc., and .. a t'OIJ'Ipl.s"obeaolft.r .'wIU tiA

\t.t' burned. therefore its sterling manna -
1 stet lleallsrs u.tk. ..- "I
YOUR HAT- -V .- facturers knew that they could not . -r iMh, I full particulars call on or lu1(1 l lres.sGAINESVILLE
c chances the confusion
take any on .
'and at one bold stroke retired the VX* e X l6
tar ato afylUk o.., B.. It Maavse word Satlnola for Nadlnola. w. B. HIGDON,

'"." TMhIw That the new name "Nadlaola" will
usually buys s. he that's -
+' ..A,...arms** bUt U. aaCM1.... teat fort teen Ha ta, soos bcoeae popular and a favorite ; Gec..era.L. : ..t
/ b1a *' asw.r for. beautifier with the ......... b.vkbsedby Miss .: Morton.SlM i
r ilalbb...ds at. growleg"' more num.rs endorsements
from FLORIDA
namerooe
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'i.1 bradLO PUS for th t rrmIO g.naa grateful women la ...ra, every StateIn -
-t; =" ea. aM W. from tb. nmts of the i the o a". who have tested the virtue tNto' Circulating 1: -

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?EAYILY PINED. Railroad Show a Deficit. I wrry

The Hague Sept. 23.-The finance
M tJmshek Pianos
L.f Conspiracy lTAec.plnfl Rait minister. Dr. J J. |. llarte. of Van..Southern ,

road Rebates, Treklenburg. presented to the second Railway. j ry

angle 33: .-Four officials oi chamber of -otatoa general today tbe .
wartachild 0. 1 fa Merger Pack. NOTED FOR SWEETNESS A.AD PL III. budge for 1908. showing an estimated

1Nny of Chicago. were fined deficit of upwards of $4,0(>O.OOO. The Effective May :2S: 1005.g '

CO f1'lae' : of $j;.000 by ;;Judg.la TY OF, TONE POWER ASD minister said he had not completed _.. .'-- --. ,- --
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United State district the details of hU plan to restore the - --- -
1111 u) YestlbuleTrdut Kat \o.It: :>: ,.. SLv t n :.North tuuli.t..
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financial e.
Tae fin** followed m pica DURABILITY. equilibrium, but In order to -- --

per'to' In tctment harglng con. temporarily r 'll'-ie the budget ho proposed : Jackeunville. So. Ry 0 lot 7: :W Lv Jnvk. >uvitlH. Hii .... i L. 7 tap r;.
tl The I.V Jeeup So. Uy Il4( t IO 40p' Lv Jenllp.. (ili. ,
railroad rebate to place an additional ten cents -" i v ti> 31'.,
to accept( ( Lv Savannah S;o. Ky 1 : ...,
K. Well 01 tax both the :'Ui.( f: 1/\ :\r .Mi '"u. DH :. t s ('I"ii%
on 1
Samuel capital and Income.
tot't were Bas piano for this uric oUma e. atandala Ar Columbia So. Ky d S.1p t'' ()oAr !\ .\r .\""n tA. Cm :>,> 1 )' !S :JO.-% ,
York, Y'.c* president of Site com- %aa longer ihaa others.constructed of Charlotte So. Ky lo _'"->j. It Mt: .\rHum..U.. ...n l i.;> art.
H. Cussey.!: traffic manager; bat.*t rtaJa.and moat artiauoworavnaiuktklp Skyscraper for Birmingham. Ar flrevnuboro So. Ky' I ita: I':' Sip Ar l 4llon.. lie :><, t R;, 5 M; *
Cein ; :5Uportn and Charles E. obtainable. Birmingham. Ala.. Sept. 23.-In a Ar Ianvtlle(I .So. Ky :J 2let! :2 1"1' I' \r ChatlHiitHiKW.. 'IVuti >? l l\; a I3Ar ,
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asitstant, traffic managers. Mr. UP to date n every few slays a charter will be taken out Ar K, hmmH1 _So. Ky 6 f)>s.i\ ril'p Lexington: Ky tl ,x <'. I't >! >p "

rintJ $10.000 the other three detail and Ua.eQlIale4. for the Ui- tory skyscraper!; to bo erected : Ar Kynahtturg ,t o. Ky 4 3 It* 4 'AU> 1 Ar CiitiMnnitli. O 'I ,y t' ? 4p c
was First Ar Oharlottville So. Ky' tS I H:* d lop, ,,, Lv (''ancH'II.". U. tlii; rixir ..> i'ip '
on anJ
a\eauo TwonttitUatrert.
each.tge. \Vashiugton.So.. Ky I O'x:{ Ar ChicMffo. Ill hit. Four ?: KH1H
entering of the plea the Bold by as continuously' for .:by J. II. Itarr. Tier lrt'sllt'nt of Ar Italtimor ,-. K. K. 11 3 U \11)II'j:Sp ,I"Lv OutoiiiiiHti, i) I.Mif ... 3..... ri
tion Mesa made that unless atone 't the First National' bank; Otto Marx Ar W. Ph'del'ia! 1' K R. 1 asp' :J itt* i: \r (thifiiri Ill 1".. l.in.- lot

of tbo canes is Immediately VEPt THIRTY TWO YEARS and LucIen ltrnw n. Who the principals Ar" New York 1.. R. K. 4 _I I3j.,_ d_:3 in ', l.y laut"tuuattU .U. It .It.t ei 4f1

1 the .He of Samuel Well who 1* are has not been divulged but It I, .\r (lhieagoi) III Inll""n :Iris
nrr No. 84-"New York and Florida )Kxprea : -
prulJ.nt of the company. and Is without a single failure. If yon has been stated l In some quarters that .." Daily Pullman DrawinK: Room L" ttneu+uau,11 (I. II .{ I) '9 4Ap',
of the defendants Is In Jeopardy.' want a piano for a lifetime's the American Tobacco company would Sleeping: Car INtrt Tampa I' Ar'I'oltdu. n 0.11.\' I It 1r 5:11,5:
aml.J"'k"m.1
service buy \lIeNIa.1h.u.sh.ek .\ Itetruit Mtoh I 1'\1: 7':5a:
uhf to be a nervous wreck and probably b, Interested. sill, to New York.
fa '
wore( entertained for his life II No. "Waahlnffton and Florida I I i.y t1anclnru" ,. (. ---II" l.tnes ,M :Alp
T Limited." !Daily 1'ullman DrnwinK I I.\r l"1'hburac.I'. ". 1'14 1.ln. Sf..fa
continue
rkad been allowed to untte More Trocps for Flrtand. -
Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to I.y diuoiunati& II HIM Four. i P 9ttp"r ','
itraiu! of a trial. Prices as low as la eonatatent with qaalltr. Elngfors. Flnl.tml.: Sept.A:: large New York. I,, l'loveland' 0 Hill 'ou" d ......
plea/ was centered.-It Is declared. Cab or on easy term. Sent on IS data Increase In the number of Russian - -- ._-_.
I.v I.eztngto.Ky: w. Hy. 5IIpAr : )
a complete: understanding had VIaL We pay freUrbt. Writ troops In Finland Is expected, soon. ThroughThe La. I or the Sky"o.. :30 Louisvillr, "J So. It,. S (Op
"I.ry. U reached betaeen'counael for the for orteea TODAY. About 4.500. It 'U' said will be sentto I Ar St I..ul.1. Vru Hy ; J1"

and Attorney General Wll- Helalngforh. you to Flborg. and 500 I.v Jacksonville. Fls Wit. Ry 16..1)
aau \"UI.tU"Ia s. t'l4"a
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Lv Savannah 0. So. Ity I 12 Iba:
aH. Moody. to Vasa. The troops will be quarteredIn Ar lUrinlnghain.\ So. Ky II 1aaArMemphi.'Tenn
Ar Columbia H.O So. 1t.J fl it's
et He In CJloiigo.i the attorney gene Ludden & BatesSouthern private houses. An explosion ) Fri.t'.t 'IVtp
near I Ar Aah..IU". N. O. . $n. Ity 1 fOp"
Ar Kansas" (lity, Ito: 'ri..c'u 0 4ltt( ,
eII van a L 'riaeil of the condition of the re-rldeace of the governor of Vasa .: Ar hot Spring. Y. U fin.J Ry 281pl --
f >pre> ..1t'ut.n.. and. It Is said yesterday' evening created some Ar Knoxville. Tern So. Uy A ()tip Metnphts; \ TennHot s' 3t)j

I t it d to car entry of a plea of guilty, Music Honse sxclteancnt but no damage Is reportad Ar Louisville So. ky $ NttAr Spring 04. Ark 9 :'Jv>*
81. I.oullll. $n. a 5dpArCincinnatl "
I Uf Nt). 11\-1'h. Florid Limited
understanding" that the jailimlca beyond the
the shattering of the wla-
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10at1 SAVANNAH GA. i I, Dally S ilid Vfntilitile tram, through'
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of the law under which the down of a nelhborlns>',bouse.Or. .
"day' cnaphwa and Pullman Sleeping' ,
Ian *..* returned should he JOHN D. MURPHY Mgr. No. SO Daily Pullman Drawing Cars Jni'kmtnvlllf. to (CincinnatiNo .
red sad merely a fine imposed. The Finn's Testimony Interaatlna Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between'' : IP--Pullman Drawintt: Roots

oe concession wad made In the case ESTABLISHED 1870 Dr. Thorns Finn of Boonaboro. Mo Jacksonville and .Cincinnati. : Sleeping Car between Jacksonville. . ;
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x GAITHER & BRYAN, State Ag'ts.T.UA. I IY.sC'f'U..nt : Itlrminuham. Memphis Kanaaa Oily ;"
the other three defendants.
who has. practiced medicine for S3 ,
IMnUg far S..nlc' i and I Colorado Springs, t
FLORlUa. years, say he has used every' prescription -- -- - - ..- -

THREE JURORS CURED -- -- known to the profreslon for treat ARK1VALS AT JAOKSOSVILLK; .

TO FOUND A SAHARAN EMPIRE. 1 meat of kidney and bladder dUeaaes( a
From New York Washington, eto -No. op. "hiiigtou and KK>rl la Lim
With One SmallIDCtIe
f Cholera Morbus and says he hit never found anythingso ,ited." 9 apt a. m

, :I of Chamberlain's Colic Choirs rttaln With Millions Proposes to Establish effective in both chronic and acute From New York Washington ftc-=No 33: Waohtngton nod Flori'Ia Epres .- ;
and Diarrhoea Remedy.r.G.W *." 8t3) p. m.
a Kingdom kidny' and bladder trouble as .01.., .
the Herald's I From Cincinnati Aahevllle, ..to.-="'u. :19. "\Va"MnKli'ii and I 'Florida Limited. .
Fowler Ala. Tangier correspondent a
Ilightower. Kidney' Cure It stops Irregularities ." 0sOOa. m. ,?..
aw. an experience he had whilefling New York. Sept. W.-According to and builds up the "hole..tem. J. \V.McOollum I From Oh I." o. Cincinnati. Atlanta, etc.-No,, 14, "Fla, Limitr on a petit, jury' In a !murder passenger on board the steam yacht A Co. - - - Btl ;

M at }),lwanl... IIII. county lest of Honor who Is well acquainted wltb ---- J. .. LU.MK!' DNtrlrt) Passenger Agent 1UM W. IUf :.St., Jurkntlllev Fla.

Bbonrnecounty, Alabsma. lie says' tr the plans of Baron Deforest Is author. Lawyer Charged with Barratry 8. H.IiAattwlct t..T. M.V.. H.TAYIOK.O. I'. A. UNOOKM M.>HI ", A n I'. A.

Rile r there I ate come fresh weal Uy for tbe statement that under pretext Savannah On.. Sept. 23.-W. M. II.,.. -----. -- ... -. -. ,. . -. -.---
i tome souse meat and it gave me of a Hunting trip the baron has ward and John H. Myrlck.' Iwo well

tan mort'i" in a very' severe form. prepared an armed exploring expedition -| known lawyer. of Savannah w.r. Indicted SEJA.: :E3 a A B ::DAir ,
to the desert of Sahara with the. 1
ra n-v r more tick in ray' life and by tae grand jury on charges!

it to th. drug lore tor. certain support of the British government. ,I of barratry. They war alleged to ''

d era mixture, bat the druggist: Bent For this purpose they' are supplied have been guilty of the solicitation of Line Railway

a !bottle of Chamberlain's Colic with 6.000 Winchester rifles with ammunition civil buslnoaa. Myrlck several years

I't aim and. Diarrhoea Remedy In. and other material. ago was a candidate for congress! frost

ad, Mjmu: that he had what I sent I It Is stated that llama De Purest this district running on the Republic . FOR . ;
Intended to found a &aiaran: empire
.bat that this medicine was ao much ticket. ._ _
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believing that his Influence and millions -
I'.i Ur he would rather rend it tome ; Devoured by Worms.Children Savannah Columbia Camden Southern
would enable him to carry the
the> Si I WM" in I took ou u Jose of ,
scheme to a iiucceasful issue often cry not from twain
icd, wa better in five minutes. Tin
obd doer eurrd The corresponfdnt of the Herald but from hunger although fed abun Pines. Raleigh, Richmond Washington -
me entirely. Two
at Las Palmas states ttbat lItton 1H dantly. The entire trouble ,,,i,.. from
ow> 'IIrll'04 were' afflicted in the same I..nre.t.. hlmnlf' arrived there on Sept, inanition ; their food (U not ...''mllal- Baltimore i Philadelphia I
nor, aiid. one small bottle cured then ,
18 from Magodor: and .nailed ut mid ed, but devnurtnl by worm*. A few
e ::>f ul For sale by all drURlti.&a.PoIIO"ed .
day on September 1Y. probably to Tee done of White's Cream Vermifuge New YorU(,

ncrlfr. for illspatohcfc. The baron remslned will cause them to erase crying and .
by Peach Preserves.loiUft.merj .
six 1 -. Ala.. Sept. 23.-Mrs.ibettc carries a crew of 38 nu-n. the surprise and jot of the mother
&u."s.. 70 years of age and W. ... Job
I.F The baron and ban ucet wore" both Sold by h.nn
> of tin most highly esteemed woof on board together with )Ir. Ilurrla. ot Thrco Elu ant Trains Dully.

0 Montgomery. Is dead as the re. Tangier sod 'several dt>>tinKiilaht Western Union MOlt Pay Taxes.t.
r 1: of ._ It,
fart poisoned by peach pre- looking Moors. Paul. Sept. 23The state siapr -
t. ,rye Several: other members ot theM .M. court decided In favor. of the Seaboard Express.

Urn y were made desperately Abscess.Abecea state today In the suit of the state of

fom ravlng; partaken of the pre- 1 Minnesota against the ".t>At.rD TJnloo r
e T*'. Jt none of the other died. 'e.. with few exceptions areImllcaliTiof Telegraph company It was a atilt to Seaboard Mail.
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constipation or debility
-s collect on a valuation of the rompavny's
\V. II. Harrison Clerland. )11....
Young Alabaman Suicides. property In the amount of fl.OOO.* ,
.,Ut". 18. 190'11 "I want 'n say'
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:!: f, '\e News from a wont of i'f ,i i.e for Kalian!'* ttnowLiniment MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
a.-lIment the
lluntsvllle. Ala., npoa cempany's fray ,
I tcppvd. on a nail, which j jca
r "at 1 w It HUon was found last. ehl-. __,_. :.:-.
=t 4. n inhe: >icj the cords. iu my leg In eontraetland |
building of the IU- .i,
..a1t 1 R. of an sheeas' all n..- In toy nne. and Attacked by a Mob Lino Operating'Daily
impany which his fath Only
u r', nt It Is thought to be a i'Ih.* dr.ctor told m" that I would hate a I And beaten la alai,.., net. until cove

4ts LIP althouga young Rlson :i stiff leg. so one day I went to J. F. i errtl with sores a Chieagu Street ear Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to Now Orleans ,

h, In t S.'t saints when last seen. Lord'* drug .tu r*< (who i I. now in I> conductor: applied H.u .n'a Aral..a 1 .-
\1.l 'recommended a en-I I I and sound and wall. "1
Salve
Culu. ) was aooo l
vrr. Per full Information and al.ep r r.*er atlons call oa anr *K' tnt !H' .sloardSt
ryirg! to Attract. .. of Snow 'Linin e It. I got a .'>O.3. size use It in ray family writes O. J. writ A. o. MACDONKLL. y. o. HOYI....TOY j*., ,fr.1. .

1. aja 'D, 23-|t ,I. reported and It cured my leg, It ia the bet. I \Voieh of Tekonahsi. 3Iieli,. '"six fled U A..,. 0....... Paaa>n||.r Agent Pa...ui.r AgaltJACKH05VILLE.
fin' world Nold& \\'. for sad .
:nt Am "or. and the Canal liniment In the by perfectKlrnul* gri at ots FLORIDA _

e a i a-e fndeavorlng; to attract H Jnhn.ou, .burns. Only 2ft. at all drug stores. . - _. ...-. saaw M. '
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r.cu; : of Gallcla. lamlDe.1, DL'MomTT5'''lolon' ,Iahlltb.. I 'iFaySholes

;s-.t to be the Dysatery..d. IN8awd
.ask
]!lmat# of TreeW. .I ChllA.a d \I {

"la at Chlrlqnl are r.11..-. A* Of..... '

k t a. .... AIN s.--..,..., lsw Ionnntsjii

: m.tt.1 /M ,.t tdd sal ,NAKC

Sf.; Sea Si.ter to Death. l H. afOWDE, .IaHINtII "A.1". Typewriter {

)L.. .. W:... Sept. 22.- mm t.ly* 25cat as- ln Ws.or piU 25c .toCXl c:. H. B.. SL Lehr 5. )c:.:

:: -n of axe, charged wldi -.u. t Mo.toto no longer. but 04. tro CIte Arlatb awl! m. Ny.srr 1\,

V months-old sister was I, ela nd. a. thousands harts 40". b gJvMs iron and qu/cIlIp gr lm./act.
-.JW'NA Is .ally [ .
b pre. A corooe ra> jury _,... UI. .. eta" u.. aummora ".. ...eg a thln......n. BtftTMAUII3IK r rS
Ie boy *et flr. to the bdbaby's
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,_ OX Tuft MARKETII
e cradle and borrao -

L N a tteaUi, Tn. yoaagster-I i 717 TAT3L.Lki1-L 1000. I a at Tabulator

k -> b+ a pyro maniac. JIe nnooRD* i i1IIK
a4 t. I I I
4 flree. several t... before H.F.DUTTON&CO. Every Machint).

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e..ul.f..1 Wo.ren. DKAI,KRd IX:" -
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ft.II..s. wltb the soft
tti ">> t' Mid a fore Sea 3Isla.xi.c3. Gottc :i:. "" + 1lpca4 w,....,. of ,1Ia. WurMyforv fr

en beaotifal. PI.stoa.1 11- the Y.y.&bolH. FsyBHoJ.. la ; ',
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.,bta. afc...... ; la 0.1..111.! than. atcor .l .loa.
S and Twino. Walru u es say m* > w
.. '.t eocuiUpatiott aDd help. !j Sea Inland Cotton Se d. Basjpng 'CoI'

a. .a: you hav. et*.. Mrs. Will.t Leather in Strips or Siueu.

t ='l Uk11otIsa. T.... welt e.I :For Sale by r ..
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I' .:' : .We.....ste4. UarWe.trrtiseaiy Manuractarers of the James Doig Iwprovt ... 1.
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.; NEWS TERSELY. 1.o ..D. ('IF YOU LOVE YOUR Atlanta City Sept.If Can Inspect Train It desire.. to 'CLypE: IJNE:


Former conE.4mau! and governor do ao. Atlanta's board of health may

1 of Vlrlglnla, Mr, .Charles TV O'Farrell. WIFE I DON'TROAST now Inspect any paaeenger train

died at ,RIchntotid Va:, today I : which come Into tbe'cit", provided

Judge/W. J. Calhonn.. of Chle ao. 1 HER there Is no Interference with the rules '.
and regulations qf the state board of
who Ia charged with a special 'mission
By compelling her to bake the family health regarding the quarantine. Secretary
to Venezuela .
In behalf of the United
I bread duringthe hot summer months. If. F Jlat1'ls.; of the atate board. _
States, wllr.a.I1 for home Oct. 2. 4C
Bay your Bread from ao says in a letter which he addressed ,
F4 Francis II. Peabody. member of the yesterday to Dr. C. F*. Benson, president a

iyA? t, &oton banking firm of Kldden. Peabody ...Keystone Bakery... of the Atlanta board oC health. 4

6 Co. died suddenly of heart disease In which he expree.* sorrow Hat ..
at hit hone !('. a saving: of time, work and money -- "
at Beverly Core todays. the turn affairs hare taken" and hopes ra.JVV :mJy: : S-A ?? oJoclcsori'ville
,<< ;H* was 74 years of age. Fresh Dread Delivered Dally that a mutual understanding betweenthe BETWEEN

? t Tire American steamer Dar Racouta, To Pits all part and of the. other eity.production Also Cakes of two boards may be brought about, and New' ? VorU I

,Captain' Turin last night reported tot the every modern ap-to-date such .s will be conducive to the pub- Calling at CHARLESTON B. C.. both ways I

,nave ,tailed from San Francisco forNlketalevsk I bake shop 1J;, ood. The Finest Steamship. in the Coastwise Senica

',, t. has been' seized by the R. T. MCIIAFKK, Preprietor )Keystone New and Southei
:}t l /Japanese north of the Island of Sak. llakery. Phone 165. CAS'TOR1A I Clyde England n Line

\ JtJ'; ,ealln. Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE BOMu and

t .jJ, ;! Tagnal, French charge d'affaires at'Caracas For.Infant and .Children ,, PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Point..
:: Venezuela expecta his passports -I LOW RATES Calling at Charleston both ways.
: t: Tin Kind! You Haw
: today In view of the impossibility Jacksonville Always Bwghl SBJb: : ..: :- W .t:1.imsL: : !:: ::: S.A.ILINGSBon'hbouud.
From Fla., Via Atlantic
{7'II of making the explanation demand4 -i the ..........From LewM' \\'narf U::.
.1 by Senor Ybarra minister of for., Coast Line Railroad.$3T.00Wa.hingtonD.C.and = of Northbound...... ............ From Foot of Catherine .t '-.''!uOIlY

fielan affairs.Ber. return .

...', W. T. Capers rector of the Trinity on sale daily to September 80th, limit Clyde St. Johns River Line c
ed to October 31ft, 100$. Suicided While Family Were N
Protestant Episcopal church at Eating.
131tWo@tt .A.CKDONVI"'L& and SAN+c
Washington D C., and return )hV
$23 90 ,
,
()it' :Asheville N. C., has accepted a call Springfield 0.. Sept. 22.--'Keep' : Stopping at P."tkaItor, S,. Francis Beresford (DeLand. Ii'' ,) B:..
il "to become dean of the Cathedral at cm ale October Sib and Bth, limited to .breakfast warm a llttle.longer" cixrot- I Landings on St. John River. !w
:,. resignation October 10th, 1036: ; can be extended to ed Newton Mays down I.
,Lexington. Ky. Ills has staHra.this morn.Injc. i Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE

,.fi; been tendered' the Asheville church. 25th on payment of 50 cents. when caJled. A few mlnatea later. Is appointed to sail as follows Leave JACKSONVILLE SiintUj* T

rt. effective Nov. 1. $25.26 Hot Springs Ark and return, a. the family satat the table a pistol and Thursdays 3:3O p. m. Returning, leave SANFOKI'I \( 'uJsr.
:. The. American Pomologlcal society on sale October 3d and 17th,"limited to hot was heard' la the reom abre Wednesdays and Fridays 8:3O a. m.

,* In biennial convention at Kansas City', November 30th 1900. Mays bad killed >fclmself. lie .... 01 Boetblbonnwdn. SCHEDULE Bey>rth

y resolved to urge all congressmen touse $4605 Chicago Ill, and return, on years old a bachelor and war mite Leave8aOpm.......... .. ......Jacksonville..... . . . trnTe 2
'I their sale October 231 and 24th, limited to wealthy. 8:46pm ......... .......... ..Palatka..... . . ., ....ere i.
; Influence to the
secure pas- November 6th, 1905. 3KXam. ...... . . 1
+f age of legislation looking to the reduction Baron Komura Still III. 4:80 Francis .. . . 2
of Icing and refrigerator charges 91085 Atlanta, Oa., and return on New .. ........ ....Beresford (Deland)... . . . I
rr: for the shipment fruit. sale l October 0th and 19th limited to York. Sept. 22.Baron Konra- Arrive 8:80 ... Sanford ..... ...... . . t
October 23d, 1906. rat the Japanese peace plenipotentiary, IQiOOam.. . .Enterprise.......... 10
+, Colonel I. N.Yalker., assistant ad. *
though stll Iconflned by lllneas to his
jntant general of the Indiana Grand Corresponding low rates from other GENERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE 122 W. BAY HT J.\l O
apartments In the Waldorf-Astoria, It
In State.8e .
Army of tho Republic died of uremlo -, points better. F. M.IKONKONGER.JR.0eD.. -. A.".. 10 West Hay.ts. Jc,oE '...e.Ci T
at Atlantic Coast Line 'agents or W.O. COOPKB. rreUb Agent C. P. IXJV f;LI" -\T
poisoning Indianapolis today. Colonel Foot of R.tfsn street. J. kIlODTtDe. Tla.
Walker waa widely known In the write for Pullman reservations and Are You Engaged; ? A. O. HAOERTY.Oen EMt'n P-.All"..New York. CL.Yli.MILNK Frt AKI'X
Information. to Frank O. Boylston, THKO. O. EOER, WM. P CI Yl h a C
if Orand Army of the Republic circles. Engaged people should rememberthat General
General
Manager. {!Beats,
with which se has bean prominently District Passenger Agent Jackson after marriage, many. quarrelscan C'.e.ebroarb BuI14ID..IISt.aeev..New YorlrGainesville

,connected for many years. Hie.. Fla. be avoided' by keeping their digestions I

ti Men Past Sixty In Danger. in good; condition with Electric t

The, Original. More than half of mankind over Bitters. S. A. Brown of Bennettsvflle, & Gulf Railway l l Comp

Foley A Oo.. Ohlaagn, originated sixty years of age suffer from kidney S. C., says: "For yean my wife suffered
'Honey and Tar as a throat and lung intensely from dyspepsia, complicatedwith
and bladder disorders,usually enlargement THE FRUIT &. VEGETABLE ROUTE r
remedy, and on account of the great of prostrate glaud. This I. both a torpid liver until she lost her t
' merit and popularity of Foley's Honey painful and dangerous and Foley's strength and vigor' and became a mere OF FLORIDA.

111 and Tar many imitations are offered Kidney Care should be taken at the wreck! of her former self. Then she ... Time Table in effect July' 9, 1905.No. .

# for the genuine. These- worthless Imitations first sign of danger as It correct lrregularltles tried X?:..",,:rIO Bitters, which helpedher
have similar sounding names. at once and finally made her entirely .
and has oared many' old mla 6. t
r"Beware of them. The genuine Fole '. well. She is now strong and .
.
Daily No. 4. No. 4. Mo. I.Jbc1c o. 3.ly
"
} of this disease. Mr. Kodney Burnett. healthy. Sold at all drug stores and
Honey and Tar Is in a yellow package.Ask Da DaUy. !TATIONH. Dally. D+ ,
Rock Port Mo., writes t "I sufferedwith guaranteed oOe a bottle.
for It and refuse substitute. Sunday
any .
enlarged prostrate gland and kidney
.
Ills I the best remedy for coughs and yrr
trouble for and after taking
years
t eolds. J. W. MeGollum A Oo. two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure I LOW RATESFOR fvAMLVPMLvAM I! Ar. P I Ar.1:. ',

-- feel better than I have for twenty '1 "5 . . . .. ........ ....._......P'all' eJ4.......... ....... .
:BUElX EBS C.LRE09e I' although I am now 91 years 1 6 . ...... ... ...... .Ir..ln. _......... ....... l
old.year" J. W. McOollum A Oo. OO . . . . ...... .. .. ... ..Dunc..rraD .... ......... .
Special : OccasionsVIA 8 )6 . . .. ... ..... ...... .Much.lde..... .. .. . .
I 810 . . . . .. ............... Hlokm.D.... ,........ .. . . .
DR. DaVKRE 11. MORRIS, Rawllnga Given New Trial. 8 15 ... ......... I.ake SlmoDton ..... ...... .
Valdosta Ga.. Sept. 22.-Since the 830 . . . . ....... ..... ... Mlcsanop7 ........ .. . . Itu
stay of execution in order that their s as ., . . ........ .. ..,. ....Tacoma ............ .. .
. . DENTIST. . oases may be appealed to the supreme SOUTHERN RY. 8 "5 . . . ....... ........ Kirkwood...... ... .. . . It
court. J. O. Rawllngs and his 8 GO . . . ... ..... .......... CI7att.... ........ . . .
sons.Milton. TWO TRAINS DAILY EAST. w 08 . . ... ...... ... ....Wacahoota.... ... . . . fir
Otnoe over idaruus Rodel's. Phone n a rlns-s Leonard and Jesse are In Leave Jacksonville OilO. ..., 756 p. nf 8 15 ........ .. ... ...Rocky Point.... . ..' . a
a better mood and talk freely of the It 45 A1' . . . .. J .
......'I....1 OM"111........ -" it.
'D'
old while Lv 6 20' 9) 1'-\"
case. The m.n. asserting his 44 25 Atlantic City, N. J.. and re. 1100 Lv 41 1& 1 ; \
Innocence, says he is convinced that turn. On sale daily. Limit October 11 M 640 41 53 ........ ...Ben.mJ'' .,. .. ... l' M e .3s
J.A.. OARLIHLK, Alt Moore and Mitch Johnson killed 81. 1805. 1200 .'655 706 .............. Cyril .......... H .o r:
4 161.74 Dar Harbor. Maine, and re. II 20 '103 7 12 .......... ....Orabam.. ... ... R 32 9 2.
ATTORNEY AT I.A WAnd the Carter children t.
and that Joe Dente turn. On sale daily. Limit October 12 40 7 153.r 1 2H .. .-.Rall1pN>D 20 P i'? I .
Solicitor In Equity: ley planned It. The youngsr boys 1. 1905. ....... .8ro 1010 ...r.l..tk..8.. 8.City..E! hO I' e.J',

Leonard and Jesse the latter con. 44.1O Saratoga Springs N. Y., and ... ... ...... ... .. .-. . . . . .. .. . !-
I Real Estate, and General demned: to die are kept apart from return. Ou sale daU Limit October ... ..... $48 8145. ..1..01&7, O..d. A V..j 714 J' 7 4lS -
Practice. All business promptly their father and older brother. It i. 81. 1806. ........ .. ... ... 10 P .....Tallahaesee. 8. A. L. ... i 4l J' J'I"
attended to. Office next door to /Sun f7.OO Washington 1>. O.. and re. ... ... .1105 11 00 a.....ValdostaH.SA ,... f ba I' S ifl J .r
office. QAIKKSVII.I.IC. FLOHIDA. thought that Milton and Leonard will turn. On sale daily. Limit October ......... SMa. 410 P .....Maoon. O. 8. i F. .... 11 S') a 12.40 ;
eventually. tell something about thetragedy 81. 1800. .... ... 8'T' M p ........Atlants. O. of 0....... 7 5 ) a 4 t*) "
In "* effort to clear Jesse Ar P M M AM A.1' PI! ,L.\at.f P 8.

2' FERDINAND BAYER, and that they will affirm he did twos TWO Kays! Daily West. j

of the shooting. Trains 8 and 4 do not run between Gainesville and Fsirfie J
ATTORN AT LAW
a Leave Jacksonville 7t45 p. _., 7t55 p. a
w . L. E. BARKER General Sap.rintendrnt
-
GAINISVILLB, 'LO.IIO.. Like Finding Money. On IMO.O&sale dally.Chicago Limit III.October, and 31.return.18O6. J. F. HltL. Agent. J. D. WATKINH. (;l'n..raI1 Cda..

Finding health I. like finding money Dialog Car*. Service a la carte.
Can sell your city property (Improved -*o think those who are sick. When reservations and detailed
and Sleeping eat Take The Lin
,x unimproved, phosphate Atlantic C.oast
trucking and farming lands. Bead hint yon have a ootlgh, cold son throat, or Information cheerfully furnished .
a a list of what you otter for..1.. 3142m: : chest Irritation, better act promptlylike upon application. Passenger office a
1O8 \Wee Ray Street. Telephone 743. FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS t
W. C. harbor of Sandy Level Va. J. O. Lth K. District.. Pa.a.ngerAgt.,
lie says. "I bad a terrible chest &I'\'U.' Jacksonville.. Via Via Vts

w-. E. BAKER. ble, caused by smoke and coal dust on North Dapoat East DstFeal SoUth8=.a O. \\Vestt\ h
-- -- --- --- dc
or or
lungs but. after finding ro reliefin '
c LAW my ;
A f
: EY-AT- .Iaeb..TtDe JaewUk: U.
other remedies, I wa cured by Dr. [OOBVlIVery
. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY . I King's New Discovery for eonsump. 3 3nASIIVILU Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service

lion, coughs and colds. Greatest sale 19OA.
Tim. Table In effect April 16.
OAINKSVILLE. A lac hue. Co.. "'LI. of any cough or long medicine In the Depart For GAINESVILLEBtlOpna lm 0.e
Office to Eadel Block. world. At all drug stores; 5Ou and 91 ;
D. K. 4 J
h guaranteed Trial bottle tree I High Springs and Inter. a

.. Dally mediate Points a
Bio Waste In Cotton Wants 11iBMrehaaMabto

+ti JJK J. H. .ALDERMAN Atlantic City. N J.. Sept. 23.-At to. 12 rib Pili'' Oeala, Leeeburg and Tamp, and ttII

x .ajr'. .r*lon of t.i. New England Cot. : Low Rate Round-Trip Summer Dally i Intermediate Points

DENTIST ton Manllrac'tur.u'odatlo.: EbenC. I lBOpm I Palatka, JaekaooviUe

Wiley, of North Carolina claimed i Tourist TicketsOn Dally North East and Wee
that the loss through waste to a plant !

Over DM"OU a Co: ..*.... Oala....... using 10.000 bales of cotton annuallywas sale dally to various reeorta North 12.06pmDally I High Springs. Wayeroa*, Savannah Brunswtek C

&J.OOO pound or a waste of about and West limited Oow t er 3l.- to ,. _._ ,., Albany Atlanta, all Point.North, East :w." V
14 per cent Tlfffewrt Burgess of Paw. turn lnludrng Chicago Milwaukee, t E
a Minneapolis. Ht. Paul Denver Colo- 8 L p ID
tncket. R. I.. sounded .
a wanting
... Pueblo.Kitremely RoeLell lit canopy and Cites
Da OOttDON U. TIMJM.DKNTIHT.. rado Sprl. I
M again extreme high production of cot. low rates to Portland. DallyDally ,

to*. It will LJ said soon force If 0,... a c oant Lewis A Clark OeoW- - .- C
eelt as one of the eronomtet that mast alai Kzpoaltioo; also to San FraacUeo ':.IO.m t.I
,
Ve taken adraatJUtf ol and t-oe Aagele High Spring ss.ez.Noaday .
Only !!.. operating through sleepers ,
.
Oar.eela UUer Law Rt.1.s.e
,: A Clear Compleaion and Bright E e.. from Florida to Cnieago
Q..u..a.a. FLa- Oely lt.e operating through sleepers MUrage Tie.... 1..000 rail.+ of s: 'ct
/t '.. la moat ease a.allow blotched com >poll" our
with dicing
Florida to Ht. Louie
from .ip&l .railway 1. 1M 8o.thera State ml. by e pnA"'lf
-- - *, are 01 .. .pt
and UoU '** are doe So eareerviee.Throogn. ...
plestoe vy eyea Through Pullman sleeper pra-.. to ... York, I
Talk WEST END.WIKES. \t'QO"' digestion' and aa laa.tlve liver. toartst sleeper to Oalifor Uaej a.o via AUasiiic Oo..s Line and Soother Railway.npUte R
..
.. .
Oriao Laxative Fnlt" Syrup aide dl e* nla. JTree reelloiag rears, n. P. .. lafomaatkm. *U101J. t
't tZZ LIQUORS A OIOAJUI dining ear service la OM Sooth. Olaless I
tbs aM utariiUt. the liver ..d bow AsaTfor tiekete via. L. N. A. OWIN. TIcket A=ewt.

a.i98hr 1tt3mxti,tsumlgs.i at* and Mafcaa. tfbs> aosaptoxios slaoett ,Far iaee sad .....o ley Ie any po MIl .1 pdstr f].wdse ICriN ...W....... .... O. f IIOTL8TO DU. raw. Act. W. D. R ARE-
III X11.. .e1 wie im R. Bay K_ natsuHaiill J n'y _
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_ : THE DAILY SUN GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 21 1, 1tli.()

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ero REMa'v-:m They please everybody' everywhere' I .lllaw I

EWS OF CITY AND I I FRECKLES AND PIMPLES every time Blue Ribbon lemon and 11

TauiUa.eztracts. At all grocers

GOUNTYCONDENSEDLifts :is: 1O DaY's1se Mean lUjfs ,,"antf'4l-We will pay 3c

per pound for clean cotton raps, not Raincoats Raincoats !J 1R.

NADINOLATilE. I I. cuttings l\pper Publishing and I'rmt-

of General Interest Gathered COMl'LFXLOBEAUTIFIER.. 1P1t Co.By !I

o' r ('\ 1UII

by Oar Reporters. getting will save money i A\ro hay just rei-eivod i 1 a l lull t
on all builders' hardwtvre. The 1.

SOCIAl ITEMS J. Thomas Co
ERSONAt AND i I line of tho newest in '
l K.i
A letter received from Miss: Adalaide style : ; tl-, ;

t Hf Happened and What is Going Goode, who left this city n few dais

.Told In short Paragraphs ago for Bowling, Green Ky.. \\'h..rt"II"\! ." coats and would bo)( :;hill to h.: \ \ I'.rou '

to "He Who Run. May Read"I entered Potter Female College. elates

go That T,. that she reached destinntiou", safely. call and 1 see them.
I Sun.
'hi The and i* well pleased with the school

ceteon tests at J. Mana.se' Among the prominent RU-'SI of The

[ School *o.ti. and school .hoe. at J. Hamilton at White Spring is Major J.

sasses'" (I. Woodward of Atlanta who arrives

Jdie.'calling cards In late.t styles. 4 there Thursday night accompanied by

Sail once e I his friend, Mr. I*. Sleiiicn of Detroit. Our Fall Dress Goods

r K AnJerson of High Spring was to partake of the Invigorating waters
Lth THE NADINOLA GIRL of the springs.George .

.city! yesterday.crnvanette rain, coats fore (Fornierlr lterttse and sold a." Taylor of Palmer; superintendent Have al:>o arrived A ct inplt'to lint- in

The finest . . .
Jse'a. SATINOLA. of the Gainesville Peach'! Orchard
itdies at J. Mans finest trimmed No nbuntte lu formula or afkaire. The name Company, was In the city yester, all tho newest t. shades and tl< sign, JIiIt'
the
can get only b.-i been chanced
ladies
day. )lr. Taylor is a fancier of poultryand
Manas.e'n.p ,
in the city at J. A few applications "will remove t..n or sal-
,CI of Kvinstonjrrsmong lown_. and restore the beauty of youtb. proposes to send to the State Fair
B !Hester and son NAI>1S01.A It H new rtNoowry. ICu.ranI I a collection of chickens which will be
the visitor to Gainea- and money will be refunded in every . you nee il l anything in .q
admired by all who see them.
where It tall* to remove freckles.trnples. .
ill I. le.terday.Chsngrablr , Uver-ai.ots. collar tlttfoloratloni.. t:.
is home
Horatio Davis at
blaek-beadn. ttloiiirurlntr rruptlon. eto. la 90dayii. Judge
colors- fine >
all
in i
silks After there details art removed the after spending few weeks delightfully
again, a
all Sicilian in all color.ij kin will be soft clear .unit benlthv MILLINERYCaTl f
crtment. Sold In each city by all leading drifeirlst. orI I among friends at his old
\fana''f''III.' by mall. Prlce-k.I cents and *Laa. home Chatham Va. The Judge wasabsent

[6f'' our prices on j>lumbing supplies PKKPAHKp ":XLIIT! two months, and was greatly.: ,
We are prepared to do National Toilet Co. Paris Tenn. and SHO our display All new gotu1 .
i (fort baying. benefited by the! visit, which will be

teirork, IHird.Hn Sold in Gainesville by J. ;i. Bod ford gratifying to his numerous friends dust received.1 ,i

I'.eville. Lynn of Ward City i. A Co. anti J. AV. McColluui A Co. here

fling Mr aud Mrs. J. J. Burton, _____ ___ 0'_ _. u . ..._ __________ Last Two !>
orth (iaioesville.en Ladies' skirts of all kinds, both Prof. C. Franklin the eyesight. specialist

) > Quinnie and R. M. Cham- mall and large, at J. Manatse's. will remain here Saturday and We will tt()Utintlt+

*rllin! of Tacoma are In the city. If you waist the finest suits for men's I i Monday. He has fitted and prescribedfor 0111'P

I.gue.tsof friends.For wear get the Kirschbaum, at J. Ma- some of our best oitiieiis and those

5-ale-Pointer dog pup eight ns".e' with defective eyesight will, do well to 49CSILKSALEfor "Vl

oBlhi oKl!. good hunting slock. Ap- Friends of Mrs. S. It. Chapin will be call on him He will return here

I IjtoJ I P Williams. every three" mouths.Wanted .
y glad to learn that she has recovered

Get jour Job printing at The Sun job Koiii: her recent illness. -Trustworthy man to manage ONE: \VKKK. I LONKU.' I

8eind! you can vote for your favor- &tan.&io branch olllire and distributing depot -
S 11| "cial Agent/ Shannon of the \ -
>IP the library, contest.Mr..B fur large manufacturer. Salary to
Cu*t Line has gone to points in I
Jordan has returned from start with, fl.()()() first year, and extra
South FH>rids on business.

b lranant visit to her parents )1 r. Seven carload of stove, of sine kindin commissions and expenses. Applicantmust '! HYDJ7I
Alachoa.Nicely have good: reference aud fl.OUO [G. W.
.
Ira Jumt-s Chesnut, at one year tells the tale of the Darling r
'
cash, capital! secured. Experience! unnecessary -
furnished room for rent. No Stoves. See them at Ilnlrd's.. Address "Manufacturer"

premises. 303 K:
ookmcr! Apply on
If your head aches, if jour eyes water 21 W.t.&t"r St.. Detroit. Mich
jb ny strut, or at this office tf suit
or burn and your Jlajl..dn not Mr LauRlilnghouse was dismissedlast
Turpentine !leMves fur sale at this of.Vv you, consult me, free, at the Brown ) Thursday. from his stay in Mioa-' ------- --- -------'Y-- --

!>..,: per dozen f3 per hundred. louse. DR C* ln\.NKI.INActive nopy, where" he, lad been several weeks Mr. A. II. Leonard expect to make ji: : THOMASUMDfRTilIll
her departure this. morning fur Lake.
IIh mull accompany order dawtf lady wantnl. each county, to for a surgical operation, lie weighs2S4
Oily, where she will visit her daughter, <
| i .. time to plant your demonstate and display samples. Salary pounds aid was kept under the Influence t
OWlttl. 1'1r..J. M. Shelliui.
*-onions, beets, let- $12 ; no capital or experience required. of chloroform for three hours ((0.

The Thomas Co. Silver Co "JOChestnut street ".,.. at hut.
turnips fto. S. J. : while the Doctors Montgomery performed Bu.-'ders'.i l haul price*. Ha.I.
Philadelphia I'a. the The Doctors
"'h* sun job office makes it a point fc operation lours, blinds, lime, plaster ...lnWI.., ---

'i turn nut your job printing with Justice J. A. Tucker of Rochelle was. said after the operation that fat people lath.. .eta It will pay you tu get uur FULL LINE OFNEV f
who visited Gainesville are' not good subjects for chloro
those
tr..-.. and dispatch at icaionable among prices. Th. ti. J. Thomas ('u.I .
yesterday.' Friends of Captain Tucker form.
>. (I. Kdwards, the liveryman, i I. UOODQ.
will regret to learn that he is not m _ n --- -- -- ----
For >"lr-T..o! round-trip tickets to happy over the arrival of a eouple of --

'.. York If you want' one or both .the best of health. horoimlibred lutrse which' he recenty Agents lor...

til it or write. The Sun of 111 lee, Galnes- George Lyons, the popular engineerof NEW YORK 'I I received front Kentucky. The animals
m. Fit" the Atlantic'!! Coast Line between 1ri.. III this MonuniontM, Tombstone
: ar as as ever seers
High Springs and Citra. is off on a vacation and Iron F. ncc'H.
(to i-coiint of breaking up house- rctlou.. end lovers of horses are admiring -
am), an he U.I. having
expresses See Our Sample
Hot'r' alt my household furniture I I11I1. RACKETCIIPAI'tctTSrOlcFutT thewsU.e
"the biggest kind of a time" at
..
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for sale until October 1st. P HarrUburg shoes and ,uu'li use
Brooksville, where h* has many I'rrs4aal. alteatlew 141 all wialtem !. c
Wl'ttlt"ud' the purest kind. They fit .nag. without
friends. this II... Mall aid telegraph| enter
CtM.in.\ !Paul, special agent of a pinch. They keep the f. *t young
Mr. II. T. Chesnnt and danwhter.Miss p1.-pIly .u..ct. t Ie.
=
fc
['nlt..dota1l': land office, has re- ooklng. A woman. once emtvrird to _
|*irn.'(l from an official! visit to point. Ellen: of Kanaiaha who have : :'; r:,\RTII.Our heir use wears them always. More Is GlaineiivlIltl Florida '|j
,. been visiting at ; Saluda.;. C for the .
W'.I
Florida given lu quality than l I. t.uallyniferedfor . .
-- --- -
summer are now at Charleston and the I. C l Hrnlth north
,
: same money
For IN 1 cypress shingles, In arrive home Tu.J.,. They
IwUal lath., lime. etc.. expect .-_-._----_.- aide rVi'iarw
IIi'! Wy' yon to get our prices. The have enjoyed a most benntlcial outingat .-- .. S 1ff? MOUNTS
11 Th 1m""*. Co, Suliida. and friends will be glad to ,

,,
welcorn* them home again
J If ('aort of :Hai*a Fe, one of the
M. If. .PeLand of Wade, rrill.ch.AI
t,'..'". ,f the Prof.
Santa Fe school
wasintl. I
!. I, of Stroblchool.. made n brief All the old standards and

|I-U4 w ..tt-rday the school on bean business con- visit to this city yesterday "'uf. !>,,-1 thochoico-tt of the new oman

!fit, Land states that the prospects fur a 1 buyer i is now in Now issued.Ak .
M (raven., the eflleient pric.Martha .- tucoessful term of the chool are good I

I..Ml -.,. Perry Institute The term oin.-d with a fair attendance : York City purchasing: : our to net? them, it1 they '
.....
'
I0" in the city yesterday and the patrons are manifesting i cannot bo displayed to advantage 1,
k4! :: .,
rxj
l'
| Sun- office an agreeable considerable Int.r..a in school mat Fall line of niHrcliuniliso.
I**: in a cu***. 4
ters. He is ably assisted, by lice Lola

."' '''ji Solicitors for Mutual In- May one of the most Bipolar and efficient During hm absence, and l>o-

listrca, If e Insurance of lady teachers In the Is. .
Association
I young fore tho arrival of tho heavystock Fine Fadeless Fotografs
"e: a -|.tidid proposition to right ; county, who also spent the day in this

WI Piny Ma( ;,,ply to ||. B. Ilopaoo. D... city with friends. that ho will purchase rt from I..xr**! t<. /.ifs tlla. ..

agar _.
- -
F... SMITH'S STUDIO.
at. .t *tjl I.. in fall and winter we are anxious t-) reduce
IlK; READ THIS. -a' _. ..
r '.l f. stMeCormlek Millinery '

Par..) c Hilt: block. KverythlngtpMt JYKIUaL-.O. Tc.r JQ n.. 1. I lt Jl ttock mad make room fornow tlt.lzt
t
,
i .rns. Announcement This .is to certify that I have used The
tally r fjr pattern hat display. one bottle of the Texas Wonder Hall's I goods, and we havemany t

v Great Discovery, and have t.....n Je''''&.
k >on has recovered from good thing at ox1 CONTINENTAL CAFE apRI.STAURANT.
bee ..
add ctl..rr'JtI' r comraeoJ
I beetetlti'd. can
ly ,
v-cident. In which he was !'4,,,'.'(. tie l. fI"'fIluI,1 in
aei "Bht |leg while tampering it to the poblie.O.. 1 xlingly. low prie--**; it will

t ,> He was confined to his If Ofjtr. % f'/twidll the Fountain nf JUTYouth. .
ir> to visit our Htore.
.:ie ttme, bat friend. will A TEXAS WONDER.Ons pay you 1e'tir+f! ." "r!,.'__. ...... ., ,...\0.....
,
K< that It was not more l' k around I
in and
Coma
small UHtl I. of the Tease Woe- *> ;
TM a J peculiarity>> i I ofCotliw4
r'' der. Hall's O Discovery, cures all
raaklio. the popular Tarn.s. can save rn"nty here.
kidney sod bladder troobi, removes you "IIIKiArt") '. that Coffee.
il Drip
s.: optician has opened an
*t the Brows! lloos for ten Crsrel. auras diabetes, seminal ernis uch .ulco' lih' preew4lg
Caro loo*, weak and lame .ck4, rhwuraaii I
Zh, stay' *.reh. will give to their youth
.. -.f" m and all Irre ularitl** of the k J- _tm.H run',\" Western Mem.
tiaiaeavills
O-rr 1 a ehanfi to says and bladder ta both m..> sat I and make the-rn look free h.
rd.feetlvevlsloo. ..... -
ConsnlHaviac : ====-
tu. *a.arsgalat... bladder trouble. ia
w l lt forw.
-..... peer ribsNS for. er an l smarter than
ehlblrva. It not MId br your 4racc'
.. rttea aad eonee&e4 tar If >.(.'t tli.- Habit1
C5 '
:> -'e On call Mottle is two mnaihV treat the alxvt Cloth
reuf tn.adatloa would be s yOu can g'Lt ,
:-r- ;; He aent sad seldom falls to p rf*.l a Sfi
win be
lees from
.l. lug at;
mr*. Dr. Krmst. W. HaJl.a waa-
..::: 1 art 10u... PHIFER BROS. W..
te.*or r. F. O. boa I2. B<. Ixwisi. if4. .
oolaU ffoM tf aU L. IIRICIy i i T
Wtln
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