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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 2, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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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: VID00888
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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GAINESVILLE FLORIDA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1907( TEN CENTS A WEK
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\ CRIMEa SAVANNAH AND PROHIBITION. M'KINLIY' [ MEMORIAl: ago.wholi4' home MdClnley 1 tiled six years WRECK OH N B. &

WAVEJF Question Is. Will It Be Effective ThereAfter Tl). following is a description of the
a January 1st. mausoleum and also a picture of a
Savannah. Ga. Oct. 1.,11whisky v. statue of Mr. McKlnley:

'. Police] Confronted by be sold in Savannah. After Jan. Noble Mausolenm: ediG tad. t tt The American nation which deeply"! Eight Persons Killed and Tw
,, 1st nex!? s reveres th ememory of William *iMcKtn

.Baffling'Marder: Mysteries. This Is the. general Inquiry and Canto,' Ohio.i i; ley. may take pride 'In the though ty-One() Injcr d.
.. the answer 'Ye." Is just about a. '*_ . .. v,, .t that a fitting resting place ban ben -- -
." 'i- general. One would have a hard timeto prepared, for the dust of 'the departed
I:NEGRO ATTACKS WHITE GIRL Induce the people of Savannah to< ROOSEVELT MADE ADDRESS! statesman. This pride is Increasedby OCCURRED SHARP CUR
believe that the enactment of the state the reflection that the noMe man -
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E prohibition law Is going; to men> that Gift of' Amerl oleum at Canton* in -which his bone
h :eunday Was a Day of Many Crimes Inv Superb Monument the Passenger Train Collides With Fred
the sale of intoxicant U to bo< have now been placed was built
the Great City-Child Attacked by; stopped.It can People to Martyred President I I. through the generous offerings of the With Disastrous R..ults.-Engin

Six Yean Is said that the Savannah Urew Dedicated with Appropriate Cere whole people. The site of the mausoleum -
h Negro Brute Was Only Was Burned to a Crisp by Ese:
.' fog company)' expects to continue lithe monies. *.. ts the summit of a hill which
.\ ofr, Age.Chicago. brewing; business after January; rises from the borders of Canton'sprincipal Ing 5\eam.

)t4k. *'Sept :&4.Chicago ap- 1. but will turn out a product that Canton Ohio Oct. 1.-The exer city of the dead-Westlawncemetery. Wheeling. Va.. Oct 1
.Speared Sunday to have been seized l hy: will not be thrown out under the tea else dedicating the noble mausoleum' The memotlal association I Bight men were killed four fata
'it"! A veritable wave of crltn, and whet of the prohibition law. Some non-ln erected to the memory of the martyred aciulred about 2C acres' of land adjoining Injured and seventeen more or I less

P. faa Last report of the day were In ,. toxlcatlng (drink it U said will be prealdentViu.. McKinley occurred at the cemetery and laid It out Jured< late Saturday when the Chic
.the police were confronted whit two N made. Canton. O..on Monday. They -wenmofct with the idea of making the surround.ings and Wheeling express train ='0.
1f' IbaCfllng murder mysteries one mur Speculation IH afoot as to whether appropriate, and impressive and of the tomb as effective as pos on the Baltimore and Ohio rallroa
\'1'de rand -iilrlde and one killing In the local authorities would lend avery Were attended by mall):; great per.ou-. sible. The tomb itself is about 100 was wrecked in the yards at Belial
-which the murderer( fled k willing hand to the apprehension ages of the land. feet In he' !Jt. and the summit of the Ohio a few miles below this city.
In addition there was: another at- and punishment. of blind tiger- It The invocation Justice Day's hill upon which It stands Is some 75 freight train had Just taken a sldl
WT*" tank upon awhile girl by a negro, 1s not believed. that the local author. speech and the reading of a poem feet above the surrounding level. A .t"mtlln'orlal for the express. The passenger tral
the victim 1n the last case being a Itlea would adopt the spy system In preceded the address of President Is of circular form with a however failed to pa* over t
'..44child alx years of age ferreting out blind tigers and It li Roosevelt. nobhy proportioned dome the material switch and crashed into the freight
Following IH a suutmary of the day' said that the spy system would br he; The day broke clear and crUp. Al of the whole being pink Milford gran 'The wreck was due, it is said.
effective of putting the thousand of people ite. In the interior Doric column
crimes: only mt'unH day Sunday the failure "of the operator to thn
,, Body of on unidentified man taken' tigers on the run. poured 'Into tire city to witness the. 'have been used together with sub- a''' switch.! The westbound freight a
from the river; hands tied and cloth A number of those engaged In the ceremonies and by night every available dued light, to impart a solemn effect received orders to meet the pass nat
,;'Jng weighted with atones. liquor business here wholesale or rt. space in hotel' hoarding houses and the walls,, are finished in light the western limits of the Della

Body of Joseph G* nl*.lt1 taken from tall, are making arrangements; to open and private residences was taken. gray Kuoxvllle marble. The \ ar- yard and was moving slowly alot
"" De! lake at tho foot of Twelfth street;: places els .\ibere. Jacksonville is the many of the late core being compelled cophagl containing the: bronze casketsin the aiding. At the point where
f 'police think It a murder. mecca toward whlt-'a most of them will to walk the stiet" all nlftht.trains which the remains of :Mr. and Mrs. wreck occurred there Is a very aba
be turning their faces. The hegira McKinley have been placed are ol
Ron C. Price murders his wife be curve which prevents the engine*
eauie the baby cries all. night and will start even before the end of the black and green polished Krantte. and of the eastbound trains from see
then commits oulclde. year. Some of the liquor hon.-e- the flooring beneath' them is composedof more than a few feet ahead.
John Coax struck on head with an are to removed to points north ant) ;"' i several rare varieties of graniteand The passenger train swung aroui
others to points west. They will en. v're.;. ';' marble In different colors. In the
Iron" bar in quarrel; murderer made r .... the curve very rapidly, being thr
"Vim escape r deavor to rrtulu their present clientele C.f wall of the tomb ;ftrt" niche.- for theo hours late and should have gone

& Hilda Anderson six yean of age ns !largely as possible. ... ..kets containing the bodies of Mr. .in safety on the main line. Tj

4 dfctest: victim of attack by nogroes, andy . MoKlnley'e two children. witch to the sidlag, however hi
.fifth to be reported to the polce with- INTEREST IN MURDER TRIAL. Upon the grand stairway which not been turned and the train stj
'" lead to the entrance to the tomb is
'JLat ten days. up on to the siding and info the freW
Was Dr. Rowland a "Dr. Jekyle and a bronze heroic statue of Air. McKInley train. There was scarcely time

*' LIGHT THROWN. ,MV8TERY Mr. Hyde" In Real Life I and over the entrance Is a lunette apply the brakes, ..nd' no time I
Raleigh N. C., Oct. 1.-A mite containing appropriate allegorical the easlnemen to jump.
4. 'Charred Bones of Murdered Man Art dor trial of widespread interest figures Both statue and lunette are The two .btft engine came toga

Found In Cav*. scheduled to begin here Monday wben ..tIre 'work of Charles Henry Nelhous. er and wet.- rtJifJ1Fer. to junk by t
s.. New York Oct. 1.---The (blase.y Dr. Thomas I*. Rowland and his scand .Tbe'statue represents: McIUnley' in the fearful Impact but the worst dam
-3 aranc of Abrab&iu Gill. of Brook. "wifeA' .the widow of Charles _U, ittlttfde of delivering his Pan-Ameri- wan done to the smoker which
lyn. a year ago which was followed Strange. a locomotive engineer are ."'h,, address, one hand holding his telescoped to completely by the b
;' "%y an exhausttt* search. baa been to face the charge of having murder manuscript ami the other pushed Into rage car that very seat was thro'
pvrtlally explained In ti1spatch to ed Mr. Strange by poison. Ills pocket. The stairway where the out of the coach. Every occupant
Tile relative here from andusky.. Efforts will be made to prove that statue' stands Is 65 feet 10''Of-lght.' and the smoker was badly Injured,
'rr 'KVCont Dr. Rowland win a "Dr. 'f\p! and at the foot of the broad flight of steps The passengers In the other d
4b The truth be that GUI real life and that to, la 500 feet In
seems to was Mr Hyxle" In a basin of water some coach and the two Pullman car w
'murdered for charred bones supposed all appearanc he led an exemplary length technically known as the tumbled from their seats but not irtously
to be' his have been found In a cave ..,existence while vecretely making .a. "Ijoagwater," In which the reflectionof Injured.Engineer .
near the ranch he owned In ,Montana study of deadly poisons and plotting the tomb may be seen. The driveways Callbralth was burned
GUI w'a" a member of a good family murders. He waa even arrested on I walk arid other approachesform ; a crisp by the escaping steam
., and a graduate of the Brooklyn a charge of having poisoned his own! together with the mausoleum The Injured were taken to the Gl
J'olytechnlc Institute. After gradna. child to net some Insurance mon..y.1 itself a design suggestive of a cross dale West Virginia and Bellaire h<
1 Jon be bought a ranch In' Montana hut! he was let go; because the chern : ;Fr \ .wr. 1 'J'T and sword .nymboll/.lns the fact that oltals.
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Lad pm ip.-red. He then took..Jame' tats could tlnd'no trace of poison In' p g dlst't11i; tSli>A'Itlag con. McKinley was a soldier In war. a
WInters Into partnership and did even the teats which they made, Nnhed'ttoarAse' .. ",( 'ihort Intervals, chief magistrate in Mme of war and a PREPARING FOR ELECTIONS!

'" ttvr. He eventually sold his Inl er. Judge n, P. Long I laTo pr..sld.at bringing additional crowd, martyr In time of peace. The me-
ow-ever the trial. A sprcial venire of l&o( Among tbe'promln..nt quests here morial wa built from the plans of II. Big Life Insurance Companies I
KH n I'nlltM States tie t+ut7 mar. men has been drawn for service 1n were Secretary of the Treasury Oex Van Ituren Magonlgle of New: York America Getting Busy.
? *bal he broke up a gang of bud char this Jury. n. Cortelyoit. former private secretary and cost $5J.Ono.: : about fliXV.OOO( of New York"' (k t. 1.The big 1
tr asters In Montana. to Prf'Ild"ntfct!! Die dfrom Obesity. Bliss chairman of the national repub. have for some time past been qule
It Is supposed that the man tow : the maintenance of the. tomb and
whom lip *ol.l fi,. rnnc'u woi a mem- Th tanla: Ala. Oct. 1.-Mary Its surroundings.; Tne chairman of prepa4fTir for their annual eleccnulVd

bar of the n Rn'i. for It Is known that Sylvester, a well known negreas here, -.- the memorial association, to which I l b"y the Armstrong Insnran
the night the t.1a. was elated this man lied under conditions never before I credit is du* for the results arronv 1aws 5---.. ":"r
known In the history of this city ( VI
rude away wlfti Jill. Sluro that fa Hi pllshrd. I Is Justice William R, Day. A year ago these elections cau
tat n"tht'f1H hall never been i\"Mn.p section. About a year ago the 'Io\'u-i - "- a "'or d.wl"'e interest because of
who was GI of age. was T -fa-
years
man ,
.dral and private det 'ctUe. madee&rrh fight to defeat the admlnUtrat
seized with what wan thought to havtj I Well Known Educator Dead.
for him. but vtUhotit nvull.Otlt's bu.I.1 tickets of the ''Mutual Life and
\"',\Jrul'I'I'ftl affect inn. and her Macon Ca Oct. 1.-Dr. A. J.
rtorMva<. found rear n rave, ? New York Ufe by the InternatI
swell and although she w I the oldest educatorsof
began, to Rattle, one of
a3 sad In that ear. his relatives Urn.' policy holders' committee, whicha
rrated' In the usual way. no rellrtcnmn. I the state. and a former presidentof
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;;, the bon -upnoM'1 to be his were" ticket of its own in he Held
and she' gradually grew I larger Mercer university, serving a term
found
each company.These .
and IlAr..r' until the endM'ien came I of eighteen: > ears died at the borne opposition tickets were
; Atlanta Boy Cremated In Wreck. first relred she weighed about 1> t of his daU :ltf'r. :Mrs. T. 8. Lowery feated.

Atlanta. Oct. 1.. CS'OWB wui recelve :a: ;>onnd! and "t the time of herdeath I in Ttn+*H..c, alter BiiCMticc *,fT lwf'eks +,"ZJy N. pniluy" !nt1i'r'l'' co
.l In Atlanta Sunday that the her weightwan! varlou-lr! es'tl- from an attack of typhoid lever. t mitten? after its df't"'at: and heef

ood- of Claude IUy. the young Atlanta mated from :SSO to 3'!. He was 81 years of ae and a II the effort: to oust! the p' csent

boy who was killed some time native. of Towelltou. HacoaJr county all""m"nt; of the comptFJ'r's: would
".o rn San Bernardino Cel'. was cre- Powell Held for Grand Jury Gt>orM t IL. i renewed at the next Ier'l' I1lJ.t

mated' ln.thicr1J. 'nt The first\ tr- Norfolk Va. IV11 1.--H T. Worren Killed by Train' to that end have", been tav 'n 'et

port clvM by the parent: of youngRy rowel 11.! the Norfolk county farni< i Norfolk. Va. Oct 1 --Mrs. Henry -I far% as ran tte 't'tHn..1.Dted .
Mr.: and Mrs. J. A. Hay wan to who" opened linn fast Vtlnpvdiiy on n Holmes and :MrX' *. O llIna..lI.of -
c the. effect thut their lion met death in trolley car loaded with! :.7 .luiiif tovcnrxpr I '"' Mass. .!9'
Spi1n y; A rAllrrvid a*ltlon employees: right of whom N the ronvrnrion of Illblw, students o' at the Age 1 nci
cru .iHil in a wr.>ck. It MS further were Injured war S4ilurduy hold for cession here j Comers roa. Oct.
la were run ) usudcnll
AUH' cn. -
Horace ?.nii.( he as
naM ti: ., lH. dy world arrive In Atlnntu the ue,t arat'.4 jury upon two counts down Norfolk and Western switch. as > '
by a .
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::111 three r
4. lived
'b the Utter pan V* the we.k. A tel'grant first nhooilr.K 1u:'o a 1 public (t-on.'T- engine In this city Saturday night ale w"
t' 9%
In
an.I second fHonloiiiil l Injuring f this place, died Saturday
rwcclvr-tl. huwnver. )
wa$ saying ance. theirrhuabands
:: of
within
nut sight
:
... to bPd
of his He t nt
the bud t > IiMil boon C't.uat.'d C'. n. ivilby.: wh/tae noe wa I and Instantly kit'\!. year age
I pen tnttcj by fine of the .hot* from his ordinary health but wa .l.eO
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A 1'owell'a gun 1'(."..U nv bt>n>I. li."" ---a: :: :: I during: the latter pa: ; nt lag
Released from Murder Trial. I fOil(! shot wt nth: who l left the car t., Mrs. E. P. ' Away H,. leaves only one" ilvir g l'tt.d Hfl
aye Kuf:,%'.." .Al . *)fi. 1.- J '11'I t"- enter the Powell watermelon! pa.va V r-l-unlaV. Sp r'I." .. Oct. 1.- A. J. Sn.1t1Lftt'r fur:-rsl serve
man th.. oti .-arm white' man who shot %irs Bmly! Patton WaMen. mother were conducted by hld.r.1 T JJ
and klllfl, Jf><> juice a negro rOtIloy"j --- -- 'of nt',.. Julius \V.Vahfea. and a mand. his body was lard to rest

of ttKu>..fl! brick vary) near fo..>rRe-! Convention of W. C. T. U. former president of Lucy, e ebb ins'1- the n"t'alf" rrynetet ".

'teed TUurMla) ntcht. eat honorably Ci.1tinhus, U.. Oc', 1 .--T9r tute. at .h..n". *** . died Af"ron -----
dismissed. i 11th.*> coroner Mho proBOUPCrtil great jubl1*** ronvenilon of the Geor Rands) aced t" ) Yacht Club Sends Challenge
Tarr-M
Ii.. ('au>!" of ..'..th jiikiin &bl.. Via. Woman' Christian Temperance I t ondon. Oct 1. -A d..patct to
t
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'homicideit' has bean l..Hu..d hen Union will be" held at C lumbut ..-- - Fiat Auta Won Race. Dews asenr> from Stockboim p
(hat l-'reer": ?!! wo-iUI have: '..-..n l bratti- :.:3. T.s! Rrnt M *.tn! h wvKn niDlghe [Iran oomniUl, 'f': tf 'Tu.fr Governor |I New Y-V., rv. 1.-- '1" 1'13t' Mar. lubtrd aa' r that t'l. ;i' r t.
"r .-d by the ::-K> --d !>*' <">' h<4\v act- -"Hill" b. hew T e.uv" nlic.it.Oct. klurpay.. of trw re's i O )v Harr. driven by Cujrlro and Hwrk. -.on the j dub h4 forwarded a C-* lea t
cod quickly. sod It l I" not thought the 2=. la 2!t. L.tl.e's: ':let*o 2t. t Df O'alo; fi>rraerOov Iterrlck. of Ohio, JI.bo..r race .t Morris park havTTTg New York Yacht tin ftoi .e. asrases
rand JUt *'l.. aDd A blH jgaiavti: htn.IF ChurcX tad down G. 3L1 ..wIt P2.1.! 'envseed Sit tulles for the .America' CW>>..
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fy' THE DAILY SW: GGAN'SVGLE; 'FLORIDA. OCTOBER 2.L9D72XEW3 3'y

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'y OF_ 'CITYVCOtTNTY'CONDENSED AIJ .:" WANTED NO MEETING WAS HELD. + '
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ij ....... Owing to the Season Football Enthuse
.1.0. .--. iasts Could Nt Get Together. iea
:John Winter 1 'was -In' the! city from Every man, Woman and Child in.Gainesvilid . Owing to the factthat the first of j! c 1 1e

Valdo yesterday the month fell! en Tuesday and tho.ae I
t'
t ,O, H. Kelley of Rochelle spent yes.terday ... intcreat .tl MI the organization of a
to ('nilt ur stor-ft for the greatest f
'. in thisc ty on business. town football team were too busy to
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strength creator mi'l' health: rc.dor'rwhich ,
ft; C. M. McKlnrvy of Louise spent we have ever lIold-\'lnol. It attend there v.as no, meeting at thoi
"+ yesterday In this'chf as a gxfeat' of i i "'hlt HOU.4d on Monday night although "
is nqt a patent medicine but the most Where you want II- ,
'friends. Lieutenant Ball who is engineering _._
valuable'cod liter preparation made -zs-6
the scheme, was on "band. When you want It-
Sam R. Chltty of MIcauapy wasarnong by an extractive ante concentrating
Lieutenant Ball who Is a great foot- No smoke-no smell-no trouble.
i uo
: those who spent yesterday in process from fresh cods' livers with- uu?)< jiPP

MOa :this city. \ out a drop of oil to nauseate and upset ball enthusiast that the, was meeting somewhat failed to disappointed materialize - arc, P m Often you want heat in a hurryin

:Clark Evans is spending a day ort the stomach and retard Its work
but realized the fact that the some room in the house the furnace
two at Tacoma as a gUest of Mr. and and tonic Iron which Is a needful con-
merchants and clerks were busy post.
,t ::Mr R. M. 'Chamberlln. stituent for the blood added. does not reach. Its so easy to
lag books making out bills etc.. at-
F. M. Townsend 'of.,Istachatta is in I We do not believe there Is a person tendant upon the first of each month pick up and carry a
In this vicinity who cannot be benefited -
w. the city on a visit to relatives, the and many have assured him that they
families of Oeo. R. and T. D. Ellis.J. by Ylnol at this season of the would be on hand next Friday night
Vlnol Is delicious to the taste.
year. Oil
PERFECTION Heater
J. F. Donaldson of Cyril was in the when a meeting will be held at the
and ft Is recognized as the greatest .. .
..
;.city yesterday. lie called at The Sun White House.It >- '
strength creator for old people weak, '
office! and renewed his subscription."jOeo. Is very Important that a town (Equipped with Smokeries Device)
sickly women and children nursing
W. 'Dyal of Monteocha. one of I team be organized as the Universitywill i heat suitable for
mothers and after a severe sickness. to the room you want to any room in the
'tha?well-known merchants of that sectkm have a good team and if a team
Vlnol is unequaled for hacking house. It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing
business in this I can be organized among the
; was transacting young
f'. coughs chronic colds bronchitis and
.cIty yesterday. men of the city some fine sport will smoke or smell-turn the wick as high as you can or
all throat and lung troubles. Createsan '
; U. Henry }Futch formerly of this appetite and makes those who are be assured for this season. as low as you like-brass font holds 4 quarts of cil

1 k ><:Jty but now residing in Jacksonville too thin. fat. rosy and healthy.We Lieutenant Ball states that it Is his that gives out.glowing heal for hours., Finished -

'was in Gainesville for a few hours have had so much experience desire to make a complete organization and nickel-an
I
in japan ornament
*, th. afternoon F Friday night and he urges every
yesterday: going on with Vlnol and seen so many wonderful -
one Interested to he present.i anywhere. Every heater warranted.
Mr. Futch is
'train to Cedar Key.
.t results from Its use that we offerto

holding a I lucrative traveling post return money without question if
Pleasant Birthday Party.R. T1ieJ
'tlon. It does not accomplish all we claim OLamp ,

'a Mr.\ and Mrs. T. J. Cone of Raleigh for it.-W. M.. Johnson, Druggist, T. ichafer, the well-known baker it
la lK,. tampt.rih.M.dter jiff il
.).Ira. \Vra. Smith and daughter, Miss Gainesville, Florida. who owns and conducts the Keystone reader, ll gives a Wiu..... iliad, liflh i"; It

.Janie, of Wacahootu. and Mm. S. M. ----- ----_.---_ -_._-----.-- Bakery. North' Gainesville, always did that make atnily a pleasure. MAde'" br ya.auckU plajej....eejaipnJ
believe In something good to eat. especially with UM. Uteri impr TeJ central: dealt burner. Crery.lam*wan.." &
';pleascant DEATH OF MR.# ELVINQTON. on the occasion: of his birth U r.u cnao4 eUatii. the PcrlectMMi OJ Healer er Ray Lama Iraeayeur
-- dealer write t..ur mired agency kr Jeaenptnre. circular.yTA.MDA.RD .
Jh town and other points In Virginia for Well-Known Levy County Man Passed day.Mr. { : OIL COMPAMVMAL.SB .:
Schafer observed this occasion (ia..w/
:a few weeks' outing. Away, In Gainesville 'Monday. on Sunday in the greatest style, as \1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111\\\\\'" "" \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\,, \\ \\\\\11111111111111\\\ \ \\ \\
c t Joseph Watts of Fairbanks was In James O. Elvington of Otter' Creek-
far as something to eat was concern .
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the city yesterday. Mr. Walts has died at the Odd Fellows' SanitariumIn
ed. It was his thirty-third year and
enjoyed 'a visit from his dauch"terin.iJaW' this city at 8 o'clock Monday nightof
wife dinner of
his good prepared a
1 Mrs. May Waits and three grand heart failure, brought about pre- roast turkey and -other; things good Y MAOIIINKRY CO M P A N Y

cchildren, Francis Josephine and sumably by an attack of acute rheumatism "
enough for the gods. Only a few Locir Diutance'l'none ATI. S3: Ocean Street. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDAMACHNERY
henry: Walts of Lakeland. They left which had troubled.him for some
Intimate friends outsld&r the family
;.: ,
yZ' yesterday via the Atlantic Coasts Line time.
but the spWud thor-
I were present was
_ ifor> home. Mr. Elvington, whose home was at !
oughly enjoyed, and late'-in the afternoon
t, No home Is so pleasant, regardless Otter Creek where he has been for those who had been HO for

+1! of the comforts that money will buy, several! years engaged In the naval sit around the festive P;;rtabl** and Htstiooary Kogi'ne .
tunate as to
.
is in stores brought to nod Boiler. Hsw.AIill.
.as when the entire family perfect business was .,
board departed, wishing .the hoist U'.iod-workloR M wchinery and
y "health. A bottle "of Orlno Laxative Gainesville several weeks ago and Complote line
and his family many pleasant returnsof Hupplif car-
Fruit Syrup costs CO cents. It will placed In the hospital where he has the day. red In aioek. Liberal term

-cure every member of the family of received the best of attention. Everything Writs for esta'o' n?. State

constipation" sick headache or stom- possible was done for him. but rv h Agents for the OLDS GAS
the Boards. nd GASOLINE ENGINES
$r each trouble. J. W. McCollum & Co. to no av ll."UfOt'a8ed. Meeting of

J, II, Padgett has returned from St. was a native of North The Board of County Commission.

+ri 1 Louis:where hewent with Major W.J& Carolina and was about 38 years'of ers and the Board of Public Instruc-

: Thomas a few days ago to )purchase age. He was a man of excellent tion held their regular monthly sessions Portable Saw-

i horses and mules for thin market, lie character, and was well liked t>y all Tuesday and both were attended r- .

states; that a good selection was made, who knew him. I by every member. Mill OutfitsThe

:and the stock will be placed on the The remains were taken Tuesday I Proceedings of the meetings will Best m, Earth.

7 :market at once. Major Thomas- ex to Fair Bluff N. C.. where the Interment be given as. soon as the same have It


u pected' to arrive on Friday having: will be held. They were accompanied been entered upon the minute-books. t wn. ENGINES and BOILERS and all\

_ t topped. '''a day or two en route. by hill fathe;?,Goo. W. KlvIng- kinds of Machinery and Milt Sup

r Henry K. Jones of Tampa, Fla., ton who was with him at the time of DISCRIMINATING LADIBft. plies. We carry a large took and tan make Immediate shipment. Write for
his death. 1'. W. Shands of this city,
""writes: "I can thank God for my presnt illustrated catalogue. We can save you money AddresaM
and J. S. Fisher of Otter with
health, due to Foley's Kidney Creek .JeT. v.... 0.......... .. Aecesat .. .
.I..SSY0 a MP.A: y
(Cure. I tried doctors and all kinds whom tin was associated In business. It* DlaUaeth'.a .

,t of kidney cures, but nothing done me Dt-reaseil Is survived by his Parents The ladle Who have used Newbro'. 41 South Forayth Street. ,- ATLANTA GA.W. .

i much good till I took Foley's Kidney .- one brother and one ,sinter to Ilerplclde speak of It in the highest

'. Cure.. Four bottles cured 01;. and I whom the sympathy of the community term, for Its quick etreet In cleansing f
and friends. Is extended.JURY the scalp of dandruff and also for Its excellence -
1 'Dave no more pain In my buck and as general halr-dreselns. It

i" shoulders. I am G2 yonrn old and suf- makes the scalp fel fresh and It allays
LIST WAS DRAWN. that Itching which dandruff will cau e.Newbro' .
-t thanks to lo'ol"Y'8Kldn.y
lured long, but
Herplctde effectively cures D
{ Cure I am well and can walk dandruff, as It destroys the germ that ( 0 REAL L
,and enjoy myself. It Is a pleasure to Clerk Wienges, Sheriff Fennell and causes It. The same germ causes' hair to Q= v
recommend It to those needing a kidney Justice Colman Drew Names. fall out. and later baldness; In killing It.

Q medlrlne. JV.. MrColluui & Co. The list of thirty-six immoa.thtrlt Iferplclde slops falling hair and prevents .C

. . . .. baldness. It la also art Ideal hair dreaa 2 tt
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-- comprises the tunel for the coming InK for It lends an aristocratic charm to GADVELLE. FLORIDA.BUILDING..

fall term of tho circuit courtvhlrh the hair that la quite distinctive Sold
by leading drurg-lata. Send lOc. In stampsfor GRAHAM
will 'unVt-u. In this city <'November:' .
sample to The Herplclda Co.. Detroit.
II bus been drawn CUrk N. 11.
,
I Mich.
.: 11.FOn: SALE ,

t, We Wleimrtt. Sheriff I. W IViim-ll and i Two sites-SO cent and SI.00. ntixr i..iis li..nin Nurtli (litiitt.vill.-; ju.t "f>.. l.U.>,-k fitnu C. ,'. c..
Justice", Ot'o.1.. Column drawing tho 1.ilru".I: on Ur..,'f :--fl"'j i i I..t :"I"!"I .,-,.t. I'rtif t\I .'.(I1.flm' ."'
,1f J, S. HodUord A Co. Si K UI Atti.U.
_ name from the lx>\. I four- ."" it "houtin" i..rth ::1 UNDERBUY It tins brew the practice In nwirhe I :!'4u-h'lt ir i iiit.\\i| I:. ....1"|"n I |i-'r ''''/Ilth until JMK! f"r. Il.alw. rrntti'r
.
.
.
f'j | r month
\ iry county In the State to publishth
j I n.une of thooo' drawn HS jurors in I South FloridaNormal Ttt'iity-rt\,' n-ttU-tut i :-.t- in city liiuitall Iiich. ami l 'lrfnuituit \'. \ltll'tl l s.1.
?t .. .. lion ; "II lift ftnt-t ,lrtrt l liclit". city wit.-ran.l l all tit* iU.: n-
j I ndtniiro but Clerk \\'It-flllt- dies not -- ta.n''' !ttJ ,Uh, :\.I in tin* city IVutr.tu;. in from 7.).O !.) *i":;."))-_.t> ;a
'Likewise l h..lh''r this! to "t"l tll,' proper thing I Ia l'r t,'lIt .1.s ?IU I.'r| month .

It InltoN the npiMirtutiltv ut. 1'1.Yo,'" I'Hol.J-ITY) : "..11'11:0/ ::-,,,- nrt iIiIN.J.-itiem1onhmah.'"'

schemers to Interview the Jurors and Institute ..."IIt' nfh'r th' moot ajipniM-il :I t.l till,"i i..rii ni.-th..tUESTABLISHED i ip1 .

ascertain bow they stand on pertain't j
UNDERSELL ; .. .. .
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matter1 which may be IwnlIn/| / iI i I,
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_.1 I i I RAISE YOUR GRADE-That raUesi "," ""iili1r1"1"tf1i"1Tf1Jl1j'T1tiTiTr""t'1Tt1'1T'rr'Tt111" ," ;" '; " ''' ''' '
MISSIONARY SOCIETIES. !

The little fellow hat buys ;i your salary. The S tith Florida 1869

i one piece of this and one Home and Foreign Societies to Be Entertained ''Normal Institute will by Mrs. Thomas.
of( that cannot begin to i I I beat help in raising your grade.i .
piece I Mm T. I. Thonm at her home on i

compete with our priors. \\Pt'tMt Main street N., will entertain I i Ii i South Florida Is the wealthiest! and a
H. F. BUTTON 1l CO.
: tilt intMuJxTH of the Woman's ForolgnI most: progressive' part of Florida. It

i Missionary S i Ifonu Mtunloiinry. Hoclety. of the la
l school In South Florida at-
I goal j I
CARS'ALWAYS :Methodist church this afternoon
WE BUY IN I -- -DEALERS IN'Sea
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I i ', t tnd the South Florida :Normal.' I == .
t The meeting will he held ut half-

I| past three o'clock >and every member For further particulars" address,

of the societies Is cordially Invited I
I P. W. CORR... B.
,I to be Ir *"nt. There will" bt n short Principal. I Island I
SAVE MONEY for our- proa;ram. i Bade City. Florida i II Cttona

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selves and customers. A ea rd.

This that all BROWN HOUSE BARBER SHOP
to certify drumtiats are
t GAINESVILLE }'LA.IHiii&
authorised to refund your money If ; .

/ Fol y'. Honey and Tar fall to cure I earnest Papy Prop. & W- jiillit

GAINESVILLEFURNITURE your cough or cold. It atop the

cough heals' the lungs and, prervats A Thoroughly Modern Shop f -

serious result from a cold. Cure la
,. ,crlpp couch and prevents pneumonia
and consumption. Contain no opiates. Latest Stecilistnjc Apparatus sad all
t COMPANY l ITh* eTeoubM U In a yellow psvckac. tfc* Latest Tsmtoa. wttt ftrstcteMnrttstsv .
|Awns. .ubs4lt..t... J. W, MoCoUvM. wtB .. ..... ....
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f$ DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. OCTOBER 2, 1907

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GEORGE, OIJISTEAD BOBBY WALTHOUR HURT. I
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TOOLS
Many Sunday Accidents on the Span. s

WANTS' $40,000, Berlin.dan Bicycle Oct. 1-Track One In man Berlin.was kI': -Women's Pains-

ed ai.d three, :including" : Robert \Va

in a Wreck on a r thour t'-e Xtrrrlran rider. were. sr-1.!
sustained Injuries ou!>;' .r.Jurf:1:I In a 4f'r''C of vlvent! + 5

Texas Railroad. If you are a carjK.-nt. or
Outtrj a ore humlrUlloinrtrr: Rowley, of Champoeg Oregon, "from pains I had (

WENT THROUGH BRIDGE own work, our 1 lint' of rare .I MrvniaUer'n tire burst eb-riw suffered, for 4 years, every month Sometimes I
TRAIN iyour Irs 'he rider w'H> broke :nl h rifcht: arm would be '
I and suffered l other injurlr unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I

1' Mr. Olmste.d Wa. the Conductor, andin Tools will interest you. An amt'ulance" atteuilaiit who" oro-' did not know that anything could stop the painentirely '

HI. Allegation 8et Up That HeHas t'd 1 the track; with the Intention of but Wine of Cardui. did. I advise all

Been Injured, Which Will Incapacitate fission Hand-Saws. astii'tlr.g! i the InJ.d l man. was In women suffering with painful periods to use Car
tanth Ulllexl al' the re-.tlt of col'ltlInp dui and be relieved. 'i
Him for Duty. '
Hatchets-all kinds. wltriVa ourr ptuemaktr. lloff.

',' O. p. Olmstead. formerly of this city man ttho was' thrown, to the ground l It does this by regulating the functions and
and! '
well known throughout I causedValfhctir's;- to fall
who la Hammers-all kinds and sizes.
.' "and section of the country was theTiCtim \\'nlh'ur: *ii"taltl..1! ) a ""t'n' conchs. toning up all the Internal female organs to health.It .

this of an accident In Texas while Brick Trowels and Hammers. ten hn"pitll'of the.\heree brain remains and was unconscious taken" tn a is a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy witha
of freight train
conductor a
.t serving as and In a ecrtoos ('C1flflh It'n. record of 70 of
Sour Lake andI years;
40 the Beaumont Automatic Screw-Drivers. The p.icrt'tiiK: r was .."\"f'I>. hurt HUB APVICXWrtt

i Western railroad.. In which he claims when he collided! tt ::1..t the IInlb"IInc-., success. It has bene- .. a MM ._r,W.s ill
t sustained serious Injuries. r-f St-....._.. .*.n .4II. .*"< v..
Automatic Drills. ,
to have _____ fited million tie A .K !*!. ..al"4 *itv&lop '
-- a others. :4'.r
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Olmstead Is now laid up In a (add.:..: Ad.twyQ..an..a1,
)1r. FOUR KILLED IN WRECK. .... s.te........... ._ t..a..
..t hospital following In San account Antonia of Texas his"misfor and Ratchet Bit Braces. -- Why not you? Try it. ...... r....

the taken from The Houston Post Bits of all kinds. Accident Occurs on Seaboard Air-Line.
tune t Near Alamo. Ga. Sold by Every in
Druggist
$1.OO Bottles.
22d Inst., will prove of Interest [
the
:.. ,f levels-wood An.crUu! du 0.:1. 1 A
and iron.
friends of the man here: ..
.
to wivrK cauril b* 1u..hc.u' .>. n', red

"0. P. Olmstead. who claims that Chisels and Squares. Sunday miunlrK tear .\latno. and' four WINE
In the San Jacln- ,
be was precipitated men were Instantly 1 VllleJ
t.
I to river while acting as conductor ofa Everything you need in the Tool The boiH. of tbc fair> mm k' '!f',1! CARDUI
has filed suit In the district I,I .H
work train In the rcK afro br :iirht to Ann" OF
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court against the Beaumont line. c'UM: aboa-d M peilal trikln t

Sour Lake and Western Ralli oad company dead are: ,

to recover damages to the extentof Fnglreet Charles Mine, of Xm"' iJ -

$40.000."In BAIRD HARDWARE CO. cur.; r.epro flr*.:n.n 'anti l brll'u.man.1'

-4 the petition It Is alleged that an 'Inkn.."n white' man. *'ui'iiod to ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY

the bridge over San Jaclnto river BIIi1dill .:Matt'riil: Li mo, Maxtor be :n tramp

broke In two on July 15, 1907. permitting Vmviit, l..at"+, hjnJ.h''s, :>'woh, The tonduolor escaped! Injure a.* I "
the train upon which the Blinds and! l) x>m. the caboose!' was not tI"rallt'rI" Tbe! II: Toor-v>o: 'eatedl' "

.., wreck na, ratted b>' a washout
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plaintiff was conductor to fall to the E. E. VOYLE. MGKR. ,

round and Into the bed of the river. A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. Abstract of Till and full information furnished regarding land im this !

As a result of the fall. Olmstead STOP THE STRENUOUS LIFE. county Oar manager ha lived It. this eountr' thirty years ana .. ;.,

claims that a number of his ribs were A Negro Boy Mistreat Two Little la thoroughly conversant' with land title. \ 't

in that his chest White Girls. Weaken the Tissues and '
broken and pressed ; I {

has been lessened in size and his Two little white girls were on their Organic Vitality.The Le..en.1 E DE3. V-O-YLE. ':

lung capacity decreased. He also way from North Gainesville to the I fires and strain of t h ,

claims that be received, severe blows city yesterday evening when a negro uous life in both city and country FIRE ACCIDENT, HUKOLAKY AN1)>> INDEMNITY INbCKANCK. K.pre- a'

upon his sides back loins head and boy ran into one of them with hid tend towards stomach trouble ''I stinting<< ft number of prominent American' and English ompaml*
REAL K8TATK: AND OITLOANH..
other portions of his body and that bicycle and knocked her down. ]llt I Five people suffer today here tine -1
C-R.1n0 3V'11..0 jr1.c x'jC.g: "
': the lowest vertebra of the spinal then grabbed the other by the arm did ten yearn ago with sick headache __ _. __ 1'i
column Is broken." and tore the waist" of her dress nearlyoff djzzinetts.,flatulence distress after eating :
i KST1IER 8. JORDAN. W. W. 1IAM1TON
t
when he remounted his wheel and specks before! the eyes, bloating.nervouRneHx .

DEATH OF ,MRS. MILLER.Old rode off laughing. It would have fared sleeplessness and many I

badly with the boy had the relatives other. symptoms of Indigestion JORDAN & COMPANY

and Hlgt\ly-\ Respected Lady of the children been able to discover All who are suffering with tttnmacli :

Passed to Her Reward. him. but the children were MO frightened troubles, and that means at least two' : ,

at the time that they could not out of three In Gainesville and other I I INSURANCE

Mrs Jemima Miller seventy-two : tell who he wan. A sharp lookout is towns should use Mlo-na stomach I :

years of age and one of the most beloved -I being kept for him however and If tablets. Nothing else) Is as safe, yet I d .$
.
PORTER 01 OCt QAINESVILLtl. FLORIDA
of the residents of the West he is positively Identified the scoundrel effective; nothing else ran bo so thor- '. ,.-..,

End died Saturday morning at [5 will be severely punished. relied to relieve all'' )
oughly upon|
clock. I Fire. Life and Accident eompsai.II :.s' r.
troubles from ludlg;"> tloii an Mlo-na I : l

Deceased was born In Georgia near PUTNAM I IN DRY COLUMN It Is not a mere digestive; nkf'lll j -- . .. ... .
Valdosta but has been In this State rI
after the food is eaten, but H true | \/\/\IV\I\I"- "/\I\I
and county for the past thirty years. Good stimulant and fur
Drys Win Out in That County by tonic streiigthoner

She was a devout Christian a member Majority-Palatka Votes Dry. the muscular walls of the" stomach, 'I I C :

of the Christian church and wits Increasing the flow of digestive fluid 'If
The wet and dry election in Putnam I ;
active until prevented from active You Are Insured.
I county which occurred Monday aftera and putting tho stomach Into condl.l' .

work on account of her advanced age.' vigorous campaign on the part of tlon that It dues the." work Nature oxpects I N
The funeral was held Sunday the 11 .....
the dry forces, who were well organ I Eeu. I of It. 1 .
Interment being In Pine ''Grove cemetery So reliable Is Ml, resulted! In victory for the dry,
a Written \Mth LIUsrallly& uf Pulley Contract and th. (Jt>tn aay> t
It
Elder was '
Lindsay officiating.
action that J. W. McCollum & Co. with j
the majority being about 250. The 1'aya Lo... Promptly
one of the largest attended funerals city of Palatka. which gave a wet, majority every fJ6-<'t-nt l holt they sell, give a | ..
ever held In the county nearly a this guarantee to refund the money unions \ ;'(..fI
of 184 two years ago.; at ;
thousand friends of the deceased com election piled up fourteen majority fur tho remedy does all that IM claimed i., You Are Assured C J ;
Ing from every section of the count. of it. I !
the dry Bide.Information. ;
Mrs. Miller Is survived by four ious. .
from Palatka states 0 I Thai ioU serious lies ran overcom you without you h... sons. 4
W H. Jones G. W. Miller and I>. P. For Over sixty Years ""J Y.
that Indications point to the fact that r.ro. "
Miller of Trenton and M. I. Jones of would Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has ,,1 i_ l'
every this city, and four dAught r :Men, all returns had not been used for chllrlr: n'. teething. It | .

dames Martha Prevatt of Valdonta. go dry. although time the l letter soothes the child, softens the gums ( I liealtb Insurance
been received at the Fire Life Accident and C '
1' Ca., Harriet Atkins of Bell, and \V. wag written. allays all pain cures wind colic, and I L) }! 1;,

-1. Everett and W. ,, Week of Is the bent remedy fur diarrhoea. .:;
Trenton to whom the ayinnathy of the I 1" None, but Reliable Com"aulr. I Rrpr..snted. .. .l\.," \
Shot at Supper Table. 'r.A.
community is extended:: '. Fatally Fall of 30 F..?. (
f Jamefctr. '>*n. Ohio CM:t 1 --\MI Lost Ear in ( f)
..iuun f triu"r. Macnit.ts.,: ; . Oct 1 -t. It, John
lIam (C'lemnj a proi < ) '
JUDSON JOTTINGS. warn family shut *.U.-t. .t tie supper rn. fit eriplotar" r.f the Macon 'brit . 2VI.: CUSH IVI AN, ) .! i

i anal rut chl.dren: 1ilrt nm/ipMny, fell thirty fe..tthr 1.
table with hn! wife dory '
Information cheerfully furni.h.d. (J> INKHVIL1.K. P'LOIUPA.. ,.
Judson Oct. 1.-U. S. Tuker wentto A bullet camp rcuzli the \ln h an .lfHator! shaft Mt the plant> -11,

Joneavllle to R. P. Miller's yeti revolver of Korne urknown 9aurd aft-.rc.x>a and sustained severe .
from the ,I'"I""" '" I.... ... ,'-,,,, ...,'-,, .3
i terday. lie brought albs IZstell Mil And "Dt"r" denier'1 h.-a
r >r home with -hlm. to clerk for person victim fell' d\.tr to the floor The badly fractured arm and the i.on. of _ ._ .... _ ... .. __.... .. _ ". . __" ___., _ .___ 4

him In his store. aitt*>.>rf| CS'" ,..rcrearchie" fur a ..oanwl'h an ear 'I he man was tre.t.d at to.

A I>r. I... R. Weeks made his aPloPar.IUce .,; 1um Cl *rx>rier hail had a dim ('It)' hospital i| and: hat: Improved lie
coecernig a financial' r ran.action "foil from the lOp to the bottom of the
salty
: in Judson Saturday. He hall hisl, FaySholosTypewriter !
just and It It .a1?: by thpollc* t.I.t thin building and lout hU ear when
Ga.
returned from Atlanta. .
man tad thrat .i..-tJ to klil (lIernrn! head struck f'C".. ralllnc e
the springs in North Carolina where
the fiat uj/rcrtunlt ---
'J>* ball been for his health lie Is Improved at
wonderfully since, he went --- - The lnt.llig_nt Bird. : .
Two iK jrr In Ws.blOKt' away' He thinks he will soon return Warships! Going to Pacific. llrH.Inc tb. Int bigsner'
to finish his medical course. Nf"'W'ork" Or't -The arrival
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of 1.lr.t.| { In funeral
of the enil"*\Vanhliicton and Ter.ness .. ** nlrirr.I. I ir 1CIt=-UMLY.YU:
The farmers are all feeling blue "'U'flI.l I. i>h >r eitflttif q qone
<..e. wb'cri! have recently bern alluded Mlir.. "Si.* kin (e. r.. '
>ver tbelr cotton, which i Is still in darky to the < THE ;

the fields. We have had so much to as the. "I'arhCnJerV. fIt the tliu fin)thlriK' I aster work f..rlail : ..UlfI: :flK.HTO* TUB: BAlCftETmom
rain battleship flset are etpected to start >. that bad l Isis In A 't t.. 1 t, MU' .' r n lIt j
that the C cotton seeds ate on their voyage to the }ctnc thUwe 'ass tlmr t.. loll .... llito. t I' i. "r'r' HUH Tabulator
Wouted and are look Ing very baJ. : which i I" .kf... a. It. .
>ek. TL. H'ashngtan; cutup Oft iiu' sny rtH net UnlYfftSAL[ I -ONEvt -

The cotton crop la nof moving now at the naVY yard here. will K<> tlru- B. le till' w no"' .. : ,ry Machine.Li '
Itch wants will hf ,r i '-" ak* yet. The Farmers' Union to Hampton road. where
re for their cotton than the pre joised b)' the T.&..* be' The ertls-! : rte Tt) Irr r.. ttt..tr.'J.: .

*--t price and yiey think they will en "'1:1: co stet the ?fdput1.,. ,.0'.'''' '-M C'"' ti..i.. r.. -'..ug.d.-.I. I"" C..t..'t lbl..1 hh.ftt; ';iirhtcat Itatiolajct' Th.
ur./Jer dark Lit .\i. p. -< <>u tJ..rf'i\\ I
it later. to bolo taken by the battestlps wjlll! sail In less t tw..t. wits "),.( it H.' ..I. 1 s wrw.J<-n til/d Cham|>iou Hp e Admiral Baoswbsch .
t.I'H".r'" n .-.... f/.. the ray.bhoie*. More I'ay.Mhol.. la '
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meet case consumption: results - - -- - tie tr 'hlae.t11Ie| than any other mael.ID4
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:. a neglected or Improperly treat- -
one to enjoy the belt 01 health it the to-wd. For Sale
-3 and by .
most
obstinate coughs pre maleia.. YUle
,
con.tp.reo.t. Lratigt.te4
Ills ate
ata nvrlous results. It costs you L leer 1- sabatanes, mast be
protltut., goisoaous 1
more than the" unknown" prepara- dt.ly rcmouJ from tae body c.t: there will R. C. DAVIS & CO. Jacksonville. Pla.THE' .

aa and you should In.laupoo ha*. ,ib} sw' laser f A. itr..c..Islor te trouble.: ar..i O'M:1: sec -::s tro.1.le. fOG.

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DAILY SUN GAtSVtLLE.. FLORIDA. t. ;OCTOBER 2.J9ftTJNEWS ) 3


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'Jf OP crrr A1W>J WANTED NO MEETING WAS HElTo. ', LL raWhere /:'; ,

">r : rCO'tJ'NTY'CONDENSED 1Ji1i11i11JJ; l1111I1111111j 1t/l/
Owing to the Season Football Enthusiasts

t-...... i x >If Could Not Get Together. C.G C.

if;>; tfohn Winter anin 'the city tron'1 Every Man. Woman and Child in Owing to the fact that the first of "tGIfL'tycflfo, i 1I a
',p.
"Waldo yesterdaQv >'. Gainesvilla fie month fell nil Tuesday, and those
t
II. Kelley of Floclielle port yesterday t torestid In the organization of a
to call at !our stot" f..r the* 1ot1..ateAt
4 In this'.c,ty on business. I town football team were too busy, tit I
strength creator and health rc$torrr
a C. M. McKlu eY' of Louise spent attend there vas no meeting at the
which we have er sold-.trot. It I ,
In this'xlty a girt 1r1endll I White Hou.-tri; on Monday night al
yesterday as I Is nqC a patent medicine, but the most I yea want U- ,
though Lieutenant Fall, who Is erigliiecrlug
valuable cod liver preparation made
When want It
the scheme was on hand yea -
Bam R. Chitty of Mlcanapy was by an extractive and concentrating
Lieutenant Ball who is a great football op No smoke-no smell-no trouble.
among those who spent yesterday In process from fresh coda liven with ..UcL pctl
enthusiast, was somewhat
this city. V out a drop of oil to nauseate and up- pointed that the meeting failed to disap-materialize ocot rci3I Often you want heat in a hurryin

Clark Evans is spending a day or set the stomach and retard Its work
fr but realized the fact that the some room in the house the fur-
two at Tacoma as a guest of Mr and and tonic Iron which Is a needful constituent
merchants and clerks were busy post- '
.Mrs. R. M. 'Chamberlln. for the blood added. nace does not reach. It's so easy to
Ing books making out bills etc., attendant
i F. M. Townsend of, Istachatta Is In We do not believe there Is a person upon the first of each month pick up and carry a
In this vicinity who cannot be benefited -
the city on a visit to relatives, the and many have assured him that they

families of Geo. R. and T. U. Ellis. by Ylnl at this season of the would be ,on hand next Friday night, ,
Vlnol Is delicious to tire taste Oil
year.
4. F. Donaldson of Cyril was in thee when a meeting will be held at the PERFECTION Heater t
and It Is recognized as the greates, !
)1t7' yesterday. He called at The Sun White House.
strength creator for old people weak ] Equipped: with Smokeless: ) Devlee)
;r office and renewed his subscription. It Is very important that a town
.1 sickly women and children nursing
w ,'*peo.; W. '''Dyal of Monteocha. one of mothers and after a severe sickness team be organized as the Universitywill to the room you want to heat-suitable for any room in the

''. of that have a good team, and 1C a team
the well known merchants sec
Vlnol Is unequaled for hacking house. It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing
:tkm. ,was transacting business !in this can be organized among the young
coughs, chronic colds, bronchitis and
.city yesterday. men of the city some fine sport will smoke or smell-turn the wick as high as you can or
all throat and lung troubles. Createsan '
be assured for this season. low like-brass font holds 4 of oil
U. Henry Futch formerly of this appetite and makes, those who are as as you quarts

+ '<;lty but now residing In Jacksonville too thin fat. rosy and healthy.We Lieutenant Ball states that It Is his that gives out glowing heat for 9.hours. Fin- -

'was' In Gainesville for a few hours have had BO much experience desire to make night a and complete he organization . ished in japan and nickel-an ornament 1

:.:jresterday, going on the afternoon with Vlnol and seen so many wonderful Friday urges everyone
Interested to be anywhere. Every heater warranted.
piesent.
'train to Cedar Key. Mr. Futch Is results from Its use that we offer .
4 r m*
holding a I lucrative traveling 'posl to return money' without question IfIt
Pleasant Birthday Party.R.
does not accomplish all we claim ThcjaY ramP

"tton.Mr.. and Mrs. T. J. Cone of Raleigh. for It.-\\ M. Johnson Druggist, T. chafer, the well-known baker I U
.; :.Mrs. Wm. Smith and daughter. Miss Gainesville Florida. who owns* and conducts the KeystoneBake"y. It gives a Willful tcady. Lgk.tlurt t ,' t jl t

Jlanie.: Wacauoota, nnd Mrs. S. M.If ---,- ---.-.-- -- ----_.- [ .. North Gainesville, always did ...J..y.. plcuurc MA.oIlQ..lIir1d) (laW.d)MiupMj UI it
r of this city form a pleasant ELVINQTON. believe In something good to eat. especially // with Ihc latest impt; .v..l central Jrafe ...r.... Every.lamp wwrwtnl.. I
Wltherspoou DEATH OF MR. on the occasion of his birth- // U r- canal ..... tk_ P rUrt.. Oil lifter mt L,. Lmf IrawMl //
4. : party who have gone to Jamestown jrMir ....... writs.. eur niaral .8." T W iamrtm circular //
t and other points In Virginia for Well-Known Levy County Man Passed day.Mr. IH ItTAMDARO OK" COMPANY II a l

;a few weeks' outing. Away, In Gainesville Monday. Sunday. Schafer in observed the greatest this style occasionon as \\\\\\\\\\\\ \\TOwu\\\\w\\\m\\\\wu\mu\\\\\m\u\\\\\\\\\wu\\\\' \\\\\,\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \ \\\\\\ \\\\\\\ \\\\\\ \\\ \\\\ \ \\
Joseph Watts of Fairbanks was In James O. Elvington of Otter' Creek !
far as something to eat was concerned
,
the city yesterday Mr. Waits. hat died at the Odd Fellows' SanitariumIn ,
It was his thirty-third year and
SI; enjoyed *a visit from his daughter-in- this city at 8 o'clock Monday night
his good wife prepared a dinner of
:law Mrs. May Waits and three grandchildren of heart failure brought about presumably roast turkey and 'other things good MALSBY MACIIINKRY CO l\[ P A X Y

?i Francis Josephine and by, an attack of acute rheumatism k'
enough for the gods. "Only a few Loner Distance 'l'boneU.! IOcesnStreet. JACKSONVIr FLORIDA
j, 'Henry: Waits, of Lakeland. They left which had troubled,him for some
Intimate friends outside the family
c "yesterday via the Atlantic Coasts Line line .: ,
were present, but the spNnid was thor
ffor, home. Mr. Elvlngton. whose home was at I NERY
oughly enjoyed and late in the afternoon -
No home Is so pleasant, regardless Otter Creek where he has been for
those who had been so fortunate -
i fOf the comforts that money will buy several years engaged In the naval ;; t.lationar En1iihEMACRI -
sit around the festive
as to ,
< ,
.... when the entire family Is In perfect stores business was brought to *. Haw.Mlllr.
board wishing hoist
departed the ( Machinery and
health. A bottle of Orlno LaxativeS Gainesville several weeks ago and line
and his family many. pleasant returnsof Ie ear.
:FruIt Syrup costs T 0 cents. It will placed In the hospital where he has ; Liberal cpr mi.
the day.
-cure every member of the family of received the best oC attention. Everything >. State

4 --constipation, sick headache or stom- possible was done for him. but OLDS GAS

? arch trouble J. W. McCollutn & Co. tu no avail."Ut'ceased. Meeting of the Boards. _______ nd GASOLINE ENGINES
_ I
J, Tl, Padgett has returned from St. was a native of North The Board of County Commission- I

Louis where he went with Major W.JL Carolina and was about 38 years of era and the Board of Public Instruction -
I held their monthly Portable Saw-
: \ Thomas p. few days ago to purchaso age. He wan a man of excellent regular sea-

F horses and mules foe this market. lie character and was well liked t>y all Ions Tuesday and both were attended

states that a good selection was made. i who knew him. by every member. Mill OutfitsThe

The remains taken Tuesdayto Proceedings of the meetings will,,
rand the stock will be placed on the were Best en. Earth.
,, :market at once. Major Thomas is expected Fair Bluff N. C.. where the Interment be given as. soon as the same have

: to arrive on Friday having i will be held. They were accompanied been entered upon the minute-books t\ ENGINES and BOILERS! and all

( topped a day or two en route. by his talhel'. ,Geo.' W. Elvlng kinds of Machinery and 3llll3up-::

Henry E. Jones of Tampa Fla., ton, who was with him at th* time of DISCRIMINATING LADIES, plies. We!! carry a large .to k and tan make immediate shipment. Write for

his death. T. W. Shands of this city illustrated catalogue.; Vie Address
A; "writes: "1 can thank God for my pres.vent can Mire you D1oa 1.

health due to Foley's Kidney and J. ,S. Fisher of Otter Creek with n-J.T V.I.. D.......... .. A.t .. -
ivr: ::
BBC C> lP
: .A.y
whom he associated In business. .. ..
Cure. I tried doctors and all kinds was Its DI.t............
done I, Deceased Is survived by hit parents 41 South Fortyth Street. ,- ATLANTA O4cr .
t of kidney cures, but nothing me The ladle *ho have used Newbro's

I 'much good till I-took Foley's...Kidney ; one brother and one sinter to Herptclde speak of It In the hlctieit
whom the sympathy of the community terms for Its quick Toot( In cleansing
't4 'Cure. Four bottles cured mt". and I ;
the scalp of dandruff and also for Its excellence -
?; have no more pain In my back and I and friends Is extended. as a general halr-dreeelnsr, It

it' shoulder I am 62: years old and uf- makes the scalp feel fresh and It allays

1/ fred? long but thanks to Jo'oleY'M'XldnE'Y JURY LIST WAS DRAWN. that Itching which dandruff will caulle.N.wbro' .
Herplctde effectively cure
Cure I am well and can walk dandruff as It destroys the germ that o
and enjoy in>' elf, It Is a pleasure to Clerk WUnges, Sheriff Fennell and causes It. The same germ causes hair to
Justice Colman I Drew Names i In It. t/W V.l '. caw/ car a u
s recommend It to those needing a kid. iI fall out. and later baldness: killing

.1_ "De)" medicine.. J; W. McCollutn A Co. The list of thirty-six nameshlch I Iferplclde stop falling hair and prevents

_,-_" ,__ u _ .. ....._.'u___.__ baldness It Is also an Ideal hair dr*..-
comprises the panel fur the coining, Inir. for It lends an aristocratic charm to GAIN EJ'VI LLE. FLORIDA.

.. fall term of tho circuit court, which i the hair that I" quite distinctive Sold
.
by leading lrucgl.ts. Send lOc. In stamps GRAHAM BUILDING.
{; will ronvfin* In this city on No\-'; '*: mb* r
h I for sample to The Herplcltle Co.. De
i IK has lx>fii drawn. Clerk S. II. troll MJcb.I 'l: 11FUn: SALE

e \VI >iiK<*s. Sheriff L.V.. IVnnHl and Two sixes-SO cent and 1 1.00. On, .Mx-rixtrii I...."..... tn :North. (';mi<'.\ille, jn-f. ural' l 1.lfoc'l.l i ; fn.iu (i.\ li.
Justice Geo. M Column drawing the I lld'IIr.LNI i I UII 4 i r..,... :-of n..t. 1..t .wt\tN t Ie't'f. Pn..f'.j.O.'\ .-
J. S. llodlford A.: Co.. t3i: eclAl Agents.Soujh .
+ name from the Imv ctIt' iuur-n..ns. l 11..11.ill :North Iiain.'etille. "ith lot lloxlmi, tit.I t. I'rif'
it has been the practice In n.> - - -- - -- $44I; ),"i >i>-1.'n IH'r ,i at ,lo\\n, ,|J"I j I-'r mouth until |>;u ar1"1 I
iU'NiJERBUYa for $,". montliTwtnlj ,
.
tn.>O' county In the State to |I-r
I; th.> names: of thoso drawn arts jurors In I I Florida' ..Hv.. n-i.. |.-n,... I 1...tin .'itj' limit.-. all hit.:h ami l i tion fniituiir, on IIKV .>.tnrtl.. l.i.tn., li:rtiti', city w at*- awl I all tli' s.!hau-
advl| \ ice. but CIt'1'k.It'III.'* dos not I =-= 0 t.I i.t: .< lo ,In-hn, .! in tin\ <-it>', l're. ,< rentin; .:,.: froth t\;;*.4M.> tt $f!.)..> -tin
a 'Likewise heller) thU to b*' tho proper. thing I j | 'r ...nt ,lou, )>iii |I".r month '

as It Invite's the c>|>|M>itunltr of 1'1.YOl'lt: PKol'l-:iTiril Ixtim ::O-.t. "n in 1 jMk-iti<)t>T'. rn;inrtw"n g
R< homer* to Interview, the Juror and Normal Institute *; after thn iii.Mt a(>pr>)\.1| an.! mo.i>'rn III00tl .1...
I IJtlh'r
ascertain how thev stand on certain _ __ _
_
_
UNDERSELL h h _ _ _._ __ __ _ .
w'itch neap be i iuliii;. I!

I. :t tI MISSIONARY SOCIETIES. I i RAISE YOUR GRADE-That raises 'irf.,'iin? !"runn"! !! ,ifTttr"r!"itr,; m nr!"'Ur n11111f! !nr! ",,,n"lESTABLISHED a


The little (fellow that buysone your salarr. The South Florida I 1869

piece of this and) one Home and Foreign Societies to De En! Normal Institute will give you the j f r ;
tertalned by Mrs. Thomas. .1 I IMr
of( that cannot begin to best help In raising your grade.
piece *_ 'r. K. Tliotnus rt her home on |

compete with our prices. West Main street :'Ii.. will entertain I South Florida is the wealthiest: and 1H.E I
F. BUTTON & CO.
the IUUll1 .,,'rM of the \Vonmn h'ur.'isnAllasionary moat: progressive part of Florida. It

| 0C'1t.1)lHI th> Woman's pays the best alarie. If you wanta
Homo Ml &nlou' Stxietv of the
t ry
i good school In South Florida attend
I
WE BUY IN GARS 'Mrthortt I church thl art.'rnoull.I the South Florida Normal. == ---DEALOR3 INI : -
1
meeting will b4.t held at halt-

ALWAYSSAVE [ pat three. o' clock and every memlKT I For further particulars address

of the societies Is cordially Invited! I II i

to be" present There w 111 l'e a short '! P. W. CORR. A. a. Principal. I I Sea Island I IL

MONEY tor ourselves program. a.--, tTDade City Fl I rldi a. ,1 Cotton

and customers. A ea Mi. I _____ __ ____ ___ .

This to certify that all druggists BROWN HOUSE BARBER SHOP
art't
j GAIXKSVILLE FLA.
authorized to refund your money
.
."1",,'. Honey and Tar fall to cure I B.rn *t py. Prop. WWWI&6I6& ", MUMTSE

GAINESVILLEFURNITURE cold. It the
your cough or top'

cough heals the lung and prevents A Thoroughly Modern Shop

serious results from a cold. Cure la

and grippe consumption.cough and prevents Contains pneumonia no opiate 1tt 8 I1IIaIaa Apparatus, and aUtM W. Y U

COMPANY 'IT.. ...1&10. U In a yellow pevckac I II tstsst T.s* with Sr.feJassa.its. | M. Ifltj i
Mss.war .
( Refuse subatitaUM. J. W. MoCothut I. w- M tdN.4
Co. ..... slttlllro or Tr. Mtrll..K . ".o < 7sr'3J7 + !
.tM

sill., ;.,J IJ ".. "' :"..:" .i 'I'.. .". . ...')+..., '..'.'' '". ......fc'irrN. ,r ;,........ ...:.".,""'...1"" 't,. .t.W: ..."'-''''HJ T'-,'' .

'C



t.ff TL-! THE DAILY SUM: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA OCTOBER- .- 2. 1907 ..

:::::=:- -

) N:'G GEORGE OLMSTEAD TOOLS BOBBY WALTHOUR--- -- HURT. ,

T Many Sunday Accidents on the Span..

WANTS $40,000Sustained dan Bicycle Track in Berlin. Women'; PaisT'A

Berlin Oct 1-One man wa t,.:"

ed and three. :ncimiin: Robert \\1\1)

thing. ?terverlcan rider, were **.*.a.
Wreck 1
Injuries in a on a
t ou";' .rJUH:1:1 'In a .er e" of a.xUtentiSuiu1u
Railroad. If \ on t 'e S.>iuda\i "I 1 was a total: wreck" writes Mrs. Beulah
Texas you ;are a carpenter or do \ htcrc.- t nark: ,,
r>iulrK a ore r-undrt* ktovever' Koxvley. of Champoeg. Oregon from pains I had ,IIT ii

race .. wcvniaUer tire but rt nt'r>tIrp suffered for 4
WENT THROUGH BRIDGE your own mirk, our 1 liiu- of years, every month. Sometimes I
TRAIN 'be rtder win' bras..ngut.. arm would be
I and ulTere' l otV.rr InjurleitAn unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I
Tools will inteie .t .nu. did not know that
Olmt*.d Wa the Conductor and .mitmlancv ntieiulHnt who" crossed anything could stop the pain

;. Mr. His Allegation Sets Up That He th. :rack with the J mention of entirely, but Wine of Cardui did. i advise all

in Been Injured Which Will Incapacitate Disston NandSaws.Hatchetsall asulsttrg| ': the injured man was in women suffering with painful periods to use Car- w
Hs !tar.TlviUl| as the result of ".,'Itd dui and be relieved. J

t Him for Duty. kinds. lap wit). .alhour'fI putemaker. huff

O p. Olmstead formerly of this city I rr.an.h.... %a-- ttirown, to the ground It does this by regulating the functions and : ri
known throughout and} ("UI.I d Waltaour's. to ran
well
-aDd who Is Hammers-all kinds and sizes. : all the Internal female
section of the country was thevictim 1l'aah.'ur lo'h1lalnt aI" "s.u' ('Cl1\1.. toning up organs to health. ?

; this of an accident In Texas, while Brick Trowels and Hammers. slcn ho p'ithere of the brain vt: nialnn and was unconscious taken' to a It is a pure, specific reliable female remedy with I .
train
of freight
conductor a
u Herring as and In a #.'rlou!!' t'\ndlltc'n. a record of 70 of
Beaumont. Sour Lake and years
OQ the Automatic Screw-Drivers. The f\o1r.rnJllu'T': WAtIf'T''I! %' htirt ntxx ADVICE

/ Western railroad. In'wblch he claims whenv\ collhNrl wt.t' ,a the ambulance success. I It has bene- wre. .. t..r ....r1rr -.... .lt. .,
sustained serious Injuries. '1'--.. ...._ e4 1 .... 1._
have Automatic Drills. man "" ,.. _.. .
to flied million others. IM A4"M* U pea Ia M.l .10" y
a
Is now laid up in a
Olmstead Ad./.vyceMna..t 1
)lr. f.'O.ltt:: =
.: :
M..kn..C
FOUR KILLED IN WReCK. Cha.la:
hospital In San Antonia Texas, and Ratchet Bit Braces. -- Why not you? Try it. ...... Tess. I,
his"misfor
following account of
,'.: the taken from The Houston Post Bits of all kinds. Accident C'cc""s on Seaboard Alr-Llne s 1

tune, 22d Inst.. will prove of interest I Near Alamo. Ga Sold by Every Druggist In $1.00 Bottles. .
of the Ancricu G.... cx..t 1 A
Levels-wood and iron.
friends of the man here:
to wreck caustd ba wt,"hi>nf cwr'' '' iSuniiax

"0. P. Olmstead who claims that Chisels and tn Mnlr : n.'ar .\l. n:o and four WINE ,
Squares.
In the San Jactn-
be was precipitated men were" instantly I ViilrJ :

to river while acting as conductor of Everything you need in the Tool The .'dh'c.f|| tho four men k: 1.'I t CARDUI

a work train has flIed suit In the diy In the wrtcU. wen rtil1: ht to Amcis I OF

trict court against the Beaumont line. ahoad! a 'pe. lat truln 1 1' f

Sour Lake and Western Railroad com- dead arrEnglreer' : i

to recover damages to the extentof {'J..rl-\II limes tI' .Ameri I .
pany$40.000.( BAIRD HARDWARE CO. cuts nevrri fireman ,end l brn'it-nian! I r

: "In the petition It Is alleged that an unknown ish'te nan, I'Ul'I\'d ;1\ ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY

the bridge over San Jaclnto river luilding Mat-rut I, lime, I'lm-tt'r. he a tramp.

broke In two on July 15. 1907 permitting ('t'u..nt.. J..Ht.'hill:' lt"l: rtli, The conductor caped' Injure: as I
train which the lUimlrt and Door<. the" caboose wan' not derailed. The I : tInoorpox at..Q1 w, t
the upon
t .. wreck wa canted by a washout I a
------ ---------- E.
plaintiff was conductor to fall to the< E. VOYLE. MGR.
t
ground and into the bed of the river. A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. I A.h"raets of Till' and full Information furnished regarding land i. I hi*
As a result of the fall. Olmstead STOP THE STRENUOUS LIFE. II scanty Our manager ha lived in this eountr thirty J..n sad ;,

claims that a number of his ribs were A Negro Boy Mistreat Two Little ;1 I is thoroughly conversant with land titles

broken and pressed In; that his chest White Girls. Weakens the Tissues and Lessens

has been lessened in size and his Two little white girls were on their Organic Vitality. I EIE.. V DIJE3. I'

lung capacity decreased. He also way from North Gainesville to the The stress and strain of the ntr.'n. -

claims that received, severe blows city yesterday evening when a negro' uous life' In both city and country FIRE ACCIDENT HUKOLAHY ANI INDEMNITY INbCKANOK. 1t.l\r.- )
loins head and into of them with his tenting a number of prominent Am.rlean and Knjrlish eopaal..
upon his sides back boy ran one tends towards stomach trouble
UJCAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANtt.Gn. .
other portions of his body and that bicycle and knocked her down. Ho Five people suffer today where ono I .=1::c..esvt.11e Fl..oL"Ld ;e4

the lowest vertebra of the spinal then grabbed the other by the arm did ten years ago with nick headache .
-- - --
-- --
column is broken. and tore the waist of her dress nearly dizziness,, flatulence dltotretlll! after eating ".
ESTHER; B. JOUDAN.
W. W. 1IAMITON .
off. when he remounted his wheel and speck!: before the eyes, bloating, 11

DEATH OF MRS. MILLER. rode off laughing. It would have fared nervousness. ftleepleaaneiis' and miny(

badly with the boy had the relatives other symptom of Indigestion. JORDAN & COMPANY .1

Old and Hlgt\ly-\ Respected Lady of the children been able to discover' All who are suffering with stomach f .

him. but the children were HO frightened troubles and that mean at leant two" ,
Passed to Her Reward. I
at the time that they could not out of three In Galnexvllltt and other INSURANCE

Mrs Jemima Miller seventy-two tell who he was. A sharp lookout is towns should use :\11'0111IItonl.1'h ?

years of age and one of the moat be- being kept for Mm however and if tablets. Nothing else is an safe' yet PORTEK Ut OCK CJAINESVILLI FLORIDA

; loved of the residents of the West he is positively identified the scoundrel effective; nothing else can be so thor !.

End died Saturday morning at 5 will, be severely punished. relieve all
oughly relied upon to
clock troubles from Indigestion an ;Ml-o-na, I Fire. Life and Accident : ::" .. ad boss

Deceased was born in Georgia near PUTNAM IN DRY COLUMN. It I Ial not n mere digestive - - -- ,..r
Valdosta but hast been in this State the food In but true,
after eaten 11 ' 'I'I'I'I' 'I'I'
and county for the past thirty years. Drys Win Out In That County by Good tonic stimulant and strengthener for 'I'Ithe

She was a devout Christian a member Majority-Palatka' Votes Dry. muscular wall of the tonmri., I :

of the Christian church and was The wet and dry election In Putnam Increasing the flow of digestive fluid I'; 'If
Insured.
You Are
active until prevented from active I county which'occurred Monday after and putting the -toinarh Into <'ondl-H, .

work on account of her advanced age. : a vigorous campaign on the hart of tlon that It doe the work Nature expert S
The funeral was held Sunday the \
of It. (
Interment' being in Pine 'Grove cemetery the dry forces who were well organlz- *reliable Is Ml In Its curative Iu a Company that t. R.s asibl.. |lao a> j'ulivy Corr..tly. P' .
See 'o-na
eu, resulted in a victory for the dry, / Written With LIUtralHy ol Pulley Can trad and llm Company .
: Elder Lindsay officiating. It was I
that J. W McColluru Ac Co. with J
action
the majority being about 250. The f'.,. Lo set Promptly / .
one of the largest attended funerals city of Palatka which wv a wrt ma every 60-C't>nt box they sell, glvo -I( 1
ever held in the county nearly a guarantee to refund the money urtle...n 4 ,
this
Jorlty of 184 two years ago. at
thousand friends of the deceased coming election piled up fourteen majority for the remedy do*.it all that IH clnlme) : You Are Assured c-
from every section of the county.
of It. _
the dry side.information. 1 : P
_
t
Mrs. Miller is survived by four sons
from I'alatka state _, That tio serious loss ran oterootne you without you hat som 4 .
W n. Jones. O. W. Miller and D. I1 For Over Sixty Year 1
that Indications point to the fact that refuge. _
Miller of Trenton and M. I. Jones of In the county wouldgo Mr*. Winslow Soothing Syrup has "
precinct '
this city and four daughters Mesdames every been used for children': teething It' ,

Martha Prevatt of ValdoataOa dry. although all returns had not f soothes the child soften the gum*, ,I'";
been received at the time the letter Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance. C n
I ., Harriet Atkins of Bell and '\ was written I allays all pale, cures wind colic and t tIs :

I 1. Everett and W. W. Weeks of the bet!'! remedy for dlarrhr,.... I '
Trenton to whom the sympathy of the 1 None but K,1ULI. (Jom".ulu Repre..ut.d. Vi

community: is extended:! Fatally. Shot at Supper. Table. 0.,
t Jamestown. Ohio. O t. 1M1 Lost Ear in Fall of 30 Fe.t. .
fanner.ma Macon r7e.. ()cot I S U Johnson *
a prolll"ruu"
lIam Clemnjer.
JUDSON JOTTINGS. fatally hot wh>n at tae *up' !...r an e-mp!<. Mmr- A. 1\1.[ CV HNt. .N ,

i wife Rid .h children Itary IVilrr noi/ipauy, fn thirty f.*.*t
table with his farutahrd. UAINY.VILl.E.1'LRIUA: C CI''I'I' r ,
Judson Oct. I.-U. S. Tucker wentto A bullet cane t'ircusfh! the wlrdiw thresh an ..I ie;ator aaTt at the pUnt I Information ehrfully

Jonesvllle to R. I*. Miller's yes from the revolver of .."rne" urknown, S.Vurdiv aUrLfl4)O> and sustained act"
'I' ''I'I'
terday. He brought Miss, }; tE'l1111.. and ent rel Cl!njer* h.-ad. Tn" sure injuries but will etespe with M
ter 5 person and the loss. of , ., - .. ..- ..- ., .
home with "him. to clerk for victim fell dvtrS! r to the floor' Ttoft badly frsrtured arm - - -- -
him fcr .A.*n rnit"" man was treated at lam
"a
in his store. aut'rl' Cs" tre" !.rchfZ1C'! a an

t l>r, I.. R. Weeks made his appear sigh .:!hour Ch-mmfllr had hud a dlffie'rlty city no pltal and: has Improved lie
nu nrtl!! transaction fell, from the top to the bottom of Use
) "oacf"mh a y
l.D'e In Judson Saturday. He haM Fay-Sholes
just Ga. and : It t fIo *!a1!: b) the poll.t.mt: this building and lost his ear when bis L : .
returned from Atlanta. ,
roan tad threater..d to kli:I Clernmerfct bead struck toe .tel ralllric' t
the springs in North Carolina, where I (
*., hall been for his health. lie is Improved the flr.t uyrirtucity.Warships ---
- The I"temge" Bird..
-
wonderfully since he went Typewriter
Two negroes In \VasMnict' sereor'rhennl
away He thinks he will soon return Going to Pacific. Uoaru..lnc. ; the lnt.' .igrnee

to finish his radical course." New York. Oct 1The arrivalof of l btr.l' in ",.n..rlil.
The farmers are all feeling blue the cruisers Washington and Ternfrk "IUr.l-I_ .here ......11.1..." ,1- 0'.1' I. .ACK=,U"'.I:I" YoI'

)"f'r their cotton which I Is still in .f. which bare 'f'C'E'ntl "been alluded one dark !.. the ...tI.r.'u' "''i.. lethem .' THE IIKHT

lfc* ftf'lds. We have had no much to as the "PathBo.Jr of the Nii>IMnic. 1 uutrr. r..l f.-rla II IUUI: E O> 1UK: JlAa&J"fUnlVIt5AL :
,. expected to start< k. "I' .' tIt n ;
rain battleship fl et are .ly that Uid one 'In M < 'r i
that the seeds areproutfd
cotton on their voyage to ih* Pacific thUwe wa. time to. tell' .> 1111. I i' I '..r'' II UH Tabulator 4'
and are looking very bad. .hnlllltuo.which: i I. s-u. kee J-t u' r', : .
k. Tb* I 'UbU' flit au say [ nnOOAftD I ONEvory ?
The cotton crop I* nOJ moving now at the oar yard her*. will *<* I time a. de ttrt.e. ".." . 3Iuchine.L '
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uch Yeot. The Farmers' Union:: wants to Hampton rod where, *:Je will *>. I "y.,' d..w. ra, acY' a.kr.1 1 lie ..cnt'Zf'O"

)r$ for their cotton than the preset Joined by the", Tens-ease.. $,e r..lalea'ly.'

price, and_ they think' ti"y will en ....CIta o\*r th- M.. )'Tberlll"'l! I "M.ore btf j:".' re.. po* >etl. ilir rr**t < ht..t hhifti" t LIKRte.t<< ltarnlsgt Th.Champion .
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'1.lIt .1.! tJCe woijjtrfu | <
: i later to bw taken by the talt!*.!ili>. order darky. winded bird H-.... Writ., of lh. World !
Ka.nwiJcb will sail In usweeks. I wn lt It w i- 'r.'t a L f
Admiral ''t..,,-- Uan-** Uh! rLiver u.. the Fay.hJ-: More' Y.y.boie. la

most cases consumption result ' .. 'iaht..III. aha. other n.hloe, vi
-- .,. L e sty "
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.a a neglected or Improperly treat- --- -
cold Koley] Honey and Tar cure. is imp*>.stDie,inipiy' iTcpo...Mc,4ar any
to enjoy the: Pelt of health If the towels For Sale
-3 : by .
most obstinate cough and pre '
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Pillslt lcn.I."le ?
\Sttefc4<

nts more serious than result the unknown It cost prep*you>rm. daily mstdt removed. poisonou from ibe subtsnces.try cr their must test be: I R. C. DAVIS &: .CO. Jacksonville Fla.

'"" and you should \ upon bav- **K .'-' A. kg cs .1cJ:., te trout: and or ?a 'erc trouelr. foo J V
J., /.". !\G.t A . wcv.'r .
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.e uJD. In the yellow pack- Pt16. +.1.JL..M..M_ Apessl'filsa> i i *
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: CHILD -WIFH'S AMBITION. ;
:1JKLAHOMA: .ELECTION 1' ...., ....
/ : SMOKER:
: Cough drop.,/tliroat Wants To Be the First Lady In Stats T .

PLEASES DEMOCRATSolittcians ?, of W.st.,Virginla. .
lozenges or cough Chicago Oct. 1.-A dispatch to

syrup may relieve the Tribune from Wheeling. W. Va. The Huckleberry Cigkr

aaye. .
,Urge President Not To a cold but they don't A child wife's ambition Is the cause,

1ft Admit State in Union. cure it. *5corV of W. If. Ilearne the millionaire attorney is designed for critical smokers.

; mcf/.r/0n announcing that he wen bea .Those who appreciate a well

not only candidate for the Republican 'n PRESIDENT AFTER BEARS p containing the
.THE lon for of this lie
immediately relieves governor state
q tobaccos skillfully blended find .r
t4 Is 60 years of age A month'ago he ,
'CAftsr a Speechmaking Tour He Will your cough or cold but wedded Mlas. Campbell aged 18. of the Huckleberry worth while

f Invade the Cane-braks-- of Mlsslsclp- cures it by giving you St. IxiiJs. Mrs. Ilearne wants to '
be the first lady In the state. s
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pi-N.wsy Letter.From the National the strength to throw Mr. Hearne has never before been LEE ROY MYERS CO.MAKERS .

'1/Capital.Ipeolal l. it off. Take .Scotfr in politics. H .arne will make a,tour of

Correspondence The D&Uy Sun. Emu ion'" .fo'rcougb the state in an automobile, Ilearneis

1 .Washington.. D.,C- Oct. 1.-The-ro- a brother of H. .Hearne, presidentof t x V ,
ll of the Oklahoma election and s and the Colorado Fuel and Iron. company **.; .* .

,. be..j' glorious Democratic victory is of g colds. who recently 'died.

'. aense Importance to the Democra- All Drrl7Gt ,. .<' Ask your Cigar
3 fr
.;t'ot. the United States. Indeed It r A Certain Cure for Croup Used for
4 14.1 SO*. AND SLo0. s + iM fin Sea
7' change the result of the next Ten Years Without a Failure.Mr. I .I e /, r.

fational election. No wonder the ........-... W. C. Dott. a Star City Ind., ManHUCKLEBERRY
publican politicians are urging
--------- hardware merchant is enthusiastic In
dent Roosevelt to refuse to Issue l
age of the public land. A serious his praise of Chamber Iain's_Cough
? oclamatlon the State
lip admitting
scandal is also reported In the War Remedy. His children have all been
I':,the 'technical ground that the con- v
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Department Involving high officials subject to croup and he has used this
itloo does" not provide
adopted
I, as tor'm In connection with appliances for remedy for the past ten ,years, and", j
: .Republican of government.
launching life boats on army trans.hough they much feared the croup.
.:it;) machine politicians are selfish ports. :Mayor Rathbone. who attained his wife and he always felt safe upon
id often shortsighted' and It the
notoriety In connection with retiring when a bottle of Chamber-
Ident should refuse to allow Ok
< the Cuban postofHce frauds appears aln's Cough' Remedy was In the
to be admitted he would
ones to be mixed up in the matter and it hou e. His oldest child was subject
Ise. Issue that would overshadow
.. an IH stated by Captain Irvine that every to severe attacks of croup but ,this .
chaps all other Issues, namely the.ifsbt I -
effort to 'induce President Iloosevelt remedy never failed to effect a speedy -
of the people: to govern them-
I to order an Investigation has failed. cure. He has recommended It to
without Interference from the
tlves
What Is this strange and occult Influence friends and neighbors and all who 363 SOS
oral the partisan
Government or
that Mayor Rathbooe appears have used it say that It .is unequaled -
FOR 40 YEARS '
ling of Interested politician j '
to wield over his Republican for croup and whooping cough.' For" .
id the admittance of Okla- '
oppose associates who hold official positions? sale by all druggists.Changes : .
s because the Democrats have
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We will probably never know until

. leeS the election would be viewed I there Is a Democratic Congress to In the Southern. I Buchan's Soaps
a partisan effort, and enough
unravel it. r Chattanooga Tenn. Oct. 1.-
t era in the close and doubtful
General Superintendent H. B. Hutch
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:>)Ifat *.would show their displeasure ; ;
t overwhelm the' party that at. The Hague fiasco is the last we ens. of the railroad western district-- of out tba> Have been recognized as the standArd of purity.What .
Southern Saturday gave
Pted It. The question of esecu- shall bearvOf International peace and several changes that will "be made as do you know about the Soap you use?
arbitration for
a long time and the
Interference In home affairs baa Roosevelt delegates) wl come home a beginner: In the second step of the TRY BUCHAN'S 303 TOILET S() \'P.
been Injected into the campaign the policy of retrenchment adopted by
11*I 1.{Cleveland by the letter of Presl'i with no laur'& 4jid subject_ Is '!,.tbd Southern The Chattanooga division Your skin will thank ;you.

? Roosevelt to Mr. Burton advising a sore one 'in administration cir which was established Jan

to run against Tom Johnson for cles. r ': 1. last aqd the Mooresvllle division Buchan's Soaps Coc1: n
or of that city on partisan In the northern district -btWa< been !

Ida, but the Republicans ,appearbe There Is a general regret here abolished. I The Chattanooga' ,sit vision 225 Fifth Ave. New Ypr2 ; .
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already sick of that Issue and among Democrats that any rivalry Is merged Into the, Xnoxvlll and
tile S-cent fare on street railroads for the Democratic nomination for lanta- divisions, while the SOLD BY WIWE-AVTAKE DRDUQISTS. "'>; "

:5fiH: predominate President should result In widening vllle division is merged Into the'
division. .At.1. -. -.
v4 President Roosevelt after over. tne breach in the ranks or disheartening aton.Salem Tae

months' vacation Is off on his any faction- who .see fit to push! take effect October 1st. ..

h-making tour, and a trip down ; the candidacy of any favorite. It is 't' .

:'Y..i Mississippi river. This ''is to :conceded that to win practically all Lest We Forget

followed. by a bear hunt of seven- Democrats must (unite o'" the ticket Baby Is restless, can't weep-f _
days In the swamps of Mlsnl..*lj>- that will be selected, and the untied night won't eat. cries .spaam dlce1.1Yi

'. /, which to a'aafe and sane man wisdom of the delegates from all A bottle of, White's Cream VenultQtl4Jnever'

'World be more feared at this time of States will be greater than the judgment falls to cure.: Bveryi,"motor

,ey :year than all other dangers for of Indlvldu'al.., who are apt to should give her baby White's Cream Jamestown ExpositionIt

i, canebrakes are free breeders be warped by their ,.lrl dahlp for Vermifuge. So many tlmes-'wben the

ftter. *and*ague from which let us some particular man.'- baby Is pale and fretful, 'i.theri mother

_ope, the proverbial luck of the Prenl-' The declared Intention of Mr. does not know what to do. A bottleof

_ 1lll allow him to escape. Hearst that be "wn\\\ not run for 'thfe ,medicine would bring?color to (is Complete in Every Department. .

. President on Independence League his cheeks and laughter to his eyes.
4'-Thera(: Is a recrudescence of frauds ticket or on any other ticket. and Give It a trial. Sold by W. M. Johnson
d crafting' for betides the! Oregon the general tone of his statement ' fOld
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]Idaho scandal for which United Just published Is viewed here with -- The War-Path Air-Ship

>tea Senator Koran Is now on trial satisfaction, although there Is a. feel- Religious Editor Dead. ,

'.land frauds are reported in New lug that what he says Is intended as a Louisville, Ky. Oct. U-F. JJ. ,

Otico.. In which the late IU>pul>ll- lot in oat Ion almost amounting a I Converse, editor of' abe Cttrl&tlau Oh-

governor la said to be Implicated. threat that he will no longer continue server, reputed to be th** cliJv.t re Naval Display

'are reported to cover a vast arr.- to amllate with. the Democracy but ligioiii newspaper eJllor In tue state,

-_. .- -.---- .. -. ""'lll devote myself heart and soul died Sunday night of heart falluro.

to the organization; and extension of Mr. Converse was 71 years old. He Will interest and instruct ;you. Do not fail to go
was a colIn of John II, Converge,
no Iiulepoiideiife League
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president of-.tji.e UuIJln Ixxoniotlve" at once. _
fOMORRDWI.ij KOHKIIT M1M< ':Jt. ,
works. 1le 1 Ivaves widow, and tour
1 For oautifiilly illuxtratod folder, containing map-*,

life tomorrow" How to Cure a Cold. ... descriptive matter, list of hotel, etc., write
: assure
my Th<> ijuentlon of how to euro H cold
sons.Feel
_(That.- ...iM..I-hllt l l hov lo joll know, without unnoovHHiiry. loss of time Is i
FRANK C. J
th 'rr If" p>ii'K' to I t..' any tomorrow, for one In hlch *e are all more or leas= BOYLSTON
Iut..!.> teil. for the quicker a hold la _

:.-;:rpu+1t t IH the Tolify In funr'l'O1i.11'Is KotttMi rid of the less l tho hanger of Bad DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

tin* witlouHorphanM pneumonia and other serious dll't'RfIK.
tlkat going t In I'rutt..t "
.glelt of .. '>v.uwUiue Mr. II.V.. I.. Hull of \Wavorly.1b.a; ;j
I't'tMwn two Jays used! Chamberlain's Cough Rumedy for a.e'e telahf doe I The lb
A..d or E.ek aeA.!
:your t.oIoor."I'"iII all |>OH into yt-t- years and says: "I flrmly believe !.,M.n 0 .e jOartlptlf II ATLANTIC COAST LINE
IHICKi'O I
Try ,
tordayv.Nlncty Chnmberlaln'it Cough Uemtniy to IH

-....>vn Is'rent\ of all ,1'x11, absolutely the best preparation on the Bali II
claims. Hi'ttlol in the I'nitcil I J Cates Mild l O
market for cohls. I have reconi-" I0 cts I ------- ---
Canada byThe rrs' LIQUID
lI1f1nd.'d It to my friends and they all

EQUITABLE agree with" nu." For Kale by all drug 'Q .IUCMOVR3 FFIxrm THIS IMMEDIATELY CAUSE. yvertise in THE 'SUN
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.IIIt. G atl.l 1. I sd t. a i.+e e. PKM t w
R..slse.ise Sfto* 60* .t 4n4ca .u
di irig ifus* wvrr' urttlnl 1 witJihi 1>NK:
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Warrant Taken Out Wit.. --- - ---- --- -- - ---
DAY after pnsefe' of ticMtli Herr n by
coived. Wlx-rv claims wrv not Il ti i.1 l liiuxnetliately HunUtUle. ."1.... CX<. 1.-Urltt
it I'. iiiallj .11"l to .UUyon Ice, a cotton' mill operator, in In jail r'f.
of tin' IM' in >ul ,
a Uu netleiary > -
part
charge of attempting. ciimltia!
on a
minting- ii>tnpfto) i>MKn'<. I assault on his own dnuctittfr. IMnlleln Oldest. Bank in Central Florida"Tfl

COUPONfill : 1? eat old, .\ arrant for -
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MB arrest was' sworn out by his wife ;
out and l mail to C. K. tirsluan; ,
lAlII'ItI Agent ilaitM-HVilU.. FU. who claims that this Is not the first H. F. QUTroI OPFIVFRS t J [ DUM DAn I U11tECTOiLw, 4 t IlK'Orperalr4
on>ni>e of the kind that be ins aftempteil >

She made up her mind to a 'a \Y. R. MO et. (). v. BRoo"a:. as .
1 .. lr ..
U a. '
\1'Ithontee.enuittinxmyielf! any prosecute him to the full extent of t.ir C. 'W CHASE

'action,. I .hall U ttl I..I to )aMt'1 law _- c. less citAO t krlte. Capital Full Paid $75.000 H r urrrox. j j The Dutton

'end nxj full* particuUr' n-tranlin. .,; I a BANKERS GAINESVILLE FLA.
Julius Caesar '0. E. ,,1tUfJ:.. J. A.U"CLTSny
lIVXI\Jl I { I'olu-y. for at 1'keaesE.lahll.ked Bank
lour new i : J. O. XICHOLS.
/ \Vas a man of nerve, but slckre

I left Its mark and he became aged I E",tl.rtrtu.7rra. : COUNTY' and CITYDEPOSITORY S.! /. .THOMAS.W f
. , of In''urajuf, on the 1 :,1 1907i
before his time. Sickness Is often R.TUOMAR.
k i t
raunvd by a torpid liver Herblne
life of erron years of ayv.V .
a j will regulate your liver' and give you A B..k whose .lieeteh .... ... ... a ro..pkeoea 1e v eeeeee taw a cr-ter of a ce.tsry tkat ill laser. .w-P-t aM ee.rtry. A reeweti .
health Mr. Carrie Anstin. llollon
. . J Illaclnw, c.-.L.-.F Maw. Tetrpe awe'Ope es.es .d lds.i..J. ....
Kansas, writes: } consider Herbin.the "

b4t'medk-lu''I .ever. hoarsl!.L. I 'I -."Fairder. a ;eeMSBW Tors UrttMitoed etT;lJ.p alt.y'. ,.i..__,:rj,t t .bt*; "1''''l'', .lwt. .f+s.a:1 .. F"" tor:, 44e,4
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L.L THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 2. l!)OTat pYJ'

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!": DAt Lr A NATIONAL DISGRACE. A California man has Just J he'en released -

: ,&111\ ltn: Another: good Republican $t after having; served; thirteen I] ;

Congressman Mars for a crime he never commit- THE JOY OF LIVING
has been indicted ''
and arrested | ted. Possibly'' his disposition has not'
aalneaTUle.ru.. charged with Cae mm WLLT Itt.LLIE.D TVHBU !UV
conspiracy
to
.re4..Pt'e.ome. defraud been soured by the experience, but. at
p --.*i Il..tter. and also
v.socsp for ENJOY
obtaining; money under any rate. he should not be expected1: I Ito GOOD HEALTHfttERBINC

;; cagARY...-...:editor and Publisher. false pretenses This! time It Is the regard it as a joke
-: .)( -- Honorable E. Html Cassel 1 of Penn I -. _. I

jgSSl* BPBTZ..................City Editor sylvania. Mr Catssel and eighteen! !, Mr. )Itrvan should be pleaded to sea
other good Republicans '
;;: PREwrrr..... Supu Compoalna-Rooms. on September 18th were pickedup the iVmocratlc l partv siting; up and :
k'7 on charges taking: notice of Presidential looser .

OPTICS PORTER BLOCK.p originally preferred by IVmocratic bilities. especially ai choice In the /fits

:' .Main Street. &.. J.arBOJofK 43"T -* State Treasurer Berry of Pennsylvania erd (Is pretty certain to settle on
in connection with the theftof h.m.

'., : ;.IUII.T SI7ta.published every morning ez- five million dollars from the treasury : -
delivered bT carrier in tk!city or I -
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&jnday of that State in
.1! SIM! to any part of the Halted States postage transactions The i.t-oi le who ar. riding: fur The Popular Liver Medicine .

fcrj5ayeara.So eve mouths;
Zl'tm_ ;or 30 centa:l
.' ..*. burg. Several Stat ome*
b < < rs are
t> Johnson
who It to them nor
gave
among the fellow-grafters of Mr. Cas- A GUARANTEED CURE!: for alt dl .as.. produced by TORPID 19
in Jccal colon 10 cents line for Htirton and tariff.
cadlag notice << a high LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system
/1rlr.t insertion.and 3: cents for each additional sel. for whom warrants have also with Araanic. Calomal and Outrun They act *. rank poisons lq

been Issued. No wonder the Pennsylvania I A crank at Oyster: Hay ,\\'..lIIt.,1Pr.ld'ut which vitiate the blood dabllitat the system and leave a trot r;
gate* ror display advertising made known ont Republican leaders regard of bad symptoms which require years to obhtarat HERB.
,
Roosevelt to collect $U>.' INE to and contain mineral!
lintl0s.i the Democratic motto "thou shalt purely vacatabl no or nareotla
000.000 for him from Standard Oil poison! I I. absolutely harmless. and I.I the simple remedy ..fnatu.
e wice-a.Week San is an e ht-pace. forty not steal as a personal' affront to He may be crazy, but he knew whereto .*. It carries off all poiaon In the system and leaves noinjurious t yr

ffcunn paper published every Monday and4t.I.a.y thf'mllt"lv..ti1.WAR. 1 r to ; effects.
and contains all tbe news of the '
_k. local. State end central and will be I - CURED BY HEHBINE AFTER OTHER
VERSUS
.sued po.tagefree, to any f",rt of the United: PEACE. If Clt>\.,-Iaml. Ohio, charge Tom REMEDIES FAILED ,
Uteor C.aadtfori.ooa; year-in advance. ,

The American plans at the Ilapue base-ball Mr. I.. A. Dicks Ircdell. Texas .aye: "I..4
AH advertising bills become due after first for a permanent court of arbitration I I kk la bed for eight l month with liver trouble. the
\ sDccsranceof advertisement unless otherwise him In the race for the a'nr.1h' doctor seemed to do SB. no good. I was told to try
\; atipoUted in contract. Parties not known to usI failed by the vote of 9 to 6, Englandand _: __ Ilet bine, end it cared me In a abort time. I cans>.t

I, .fll be required to pay for advertising in ad- Germany voting against the I I recommend this woaderful medicine too highly." q'-

IUCL Address, TUB DAILY SUN.GA.UTESVILLW proposition A compromise, or makeshift l\erythiug: has not jlonup; Inprh' TAKE IT NOW t
: t'LA. ,'. ll.ippity. circus tickets wnt.'r
proposed by England that the
various 'melons' and corn on the cob are still LARGE DOTTLE. 50c GET THE GENUINE
governments should considerthe
These steamship races are keeping I within .. (" of the poor.We .
matter and how bent to oercome Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
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: the old Atlantic all churned up. the difficulties that had baffled !

the Peace. Conference was carried by all know what General Sherman ST. LO fl1. U. S. A.NKOOMMKNDCD.

It would be just like Jerome to leave 8 to 5. So the Peace Conference has said of ordinary war. Doubtless he

the ice trust testimony lying around been a failure as everyone with a would think the" social war at Jamestown

until It melts away. grain of sense knew it would bo in even more so. .OLD aY

advance of the meeting. What Is --- --- -- -v,#,'- JM:_ JOHNSON: :

Whether he Is ever 'elected. or not. the use of, trying to agree on arbitration. President Roosevelt, is preparing six

Mr Taft is managing to baveja: ,good Instead of war. when every speeches, and Mr. Bryan thinks he

time as a candidate. country Is straining its resources to knows the authority he Is drawingon

build larger navies and keep up for the t" G. S. MERCHANT & CO {

Judge Gary of the steel trust Is standing armies. The only chance -. _- -- -- ... .

progressing. He has got to the pointof for peace Is to lick the fellow into Contracts for the torpE"d -bOI't Retailer and Jobber ID A "

noticing the public.Mr. submission that declares for war. have been awarded. The

influence destroyers of the Peace Conferencegoes I Staple and Fancy Groceries ;

Carnegie Is howling about the A contract for carrying transconUnental steadily on. :

taxes being high In spite of the alleged mall Is to be letin the West ------. -. -- .

wish to die poor. and the railroad' presidents are tear. rain, ..rel." Sort. and. Farfllizars. \

ing their linen in the efforts to beat ..,

The report that Chauncey M. Dee each other in fast time. Yet the rail- DYSPEPSIAflavin SOUTH BIDE RQUAKK. i i OAINKMVILL.K.: f FLORIDA !i

? returned' from Europe with a new road presidents have been known to Highest market prie paid for Chtakona.' Kcv* and other Prudoee

story is important, if true. complain that carrying the mails was tak. ramr wondarfal ..r......,*!'* Inrar
> .. muutba .n4 balncantirvlr. anr4 of ....aiahi
a losing game. catarrh a.to'Caaeareta... Jr.1.S/.am.i /for I..lr. 1 think_....a..rfal.word.nl.__pralt.."...la. A Complete Hook of Cora pats, Klour Bran Mal, Cotton R..d !grab
Some day they ought to hold In all.d ..dl.aas and Kye. W.. handle only the VKHY UKHT good .. the LOW.
a i7th"oa"aT.: : :r:=:a'l i n'n:. 'ib.Y Or.< '::. .
Kentucky a convention of all the men Judging from the disclosures made mss tn a dav ,"naa all lb. otbara 1 Saps ,ak.. EST PRICKS, and guarantee eatlartatlon .I wave.nvt .
. won hi in
who killed Governor Goebel. in the government suit against; the M5.se Mets.w let Marear a".. J.rf CU,.St.J. --- -- -. - -

Standard 011 Co.. once a man got on

Maybe Uncle Sam' will continue to the inside of that concern all he had TM best Dowels For OKU. KMT 3 ouir HAMAD a( t >E .

bold the Philippines In order to make to do was to sit tight and have them

Admiral Dewey feel unhappy.In hand him the money.

llchedol. Effective April 30. 16O6.No .
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the case of Mr.; Rogers that When the mechanical cotton picker" F.caTPRctyr --:; - '- I
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1 ft N.a. No. a No. No. II NO.4 of
ftroke of paralysis seems almost gets to work It will be hard' for the 1JeU (SununlrI'M D.ilrea ATIONK dally. MunOalf. MuaUalyI [)aU, .. .,
providential. Some men do have the to make a living; between the Nils Hue -I a.a r > .
negro _ __ : __ _ t
luck. going out of the watermevis. and PI_...*.Palatabla. .**... or....Ooo4 Do O..4.Mavar A M I'M A'' M MArrlva MA.Hva:
In of the black flrrlt"I' Mle..... W..... or uri$. la., (,....... M>v* l..avn t rave l.e.v. Arrih/ i
the coming oM ID balk. Tb.r aala* VabUt aiampml COG.tarlio <10' lib 110 . .1.... (I...... 4 .> 4u 10 00 .
-- -.-- - Y..east..d M.er..r ywr I .s.1 L.\. Ar..li ''Arlo. Arise I.3 w 1..ete e is L.sN w1
l1. .
Even if they British allies the t .IJU.U", 1k t
are -- ------ -- ... L./10 AIa1e Af/M a 10 .f
.. c.. ChUa or ".Y. yea Lv.as LvA I Art
Canadians don't mind hitting the A Yale Japanese professor. has married at/ 4 '1'.r 1 111 . ... Motu"u.eLI. a M 4 41 L. e oe I... '
..IUAL SALE TEIMHJJON BOXES Ar.Ml Arses Arta .,. ".rr,. . ., I.rMo oo .A10. fir, K
Japanese *n the. head every time they a Connecticut woman. In opposition Ario au (|Ar a ** M' ... .11-.ws "prin.a? Lv a wv ... a *> T ae \ S N rt

bob. the latter's family. There'. '
to - -- - ona*.>tl.,ni 5.54..1 IJewMa lark fur all trains toed from I !.. Oak and l'.rry. a" eat t'
accounting for t"mlnlnp| taste In I...>a and Maro Juoctloa fur ".'0. Alton art all l.t.nB>_1.'. I..>|.....
no Disaaa* REVIVO Fur Inroravatloa .. to exiaeeatlona wilt other U.... ',....... ,f call ten G.t..ial .*.. ae rev*
If there is to be another international these tI 111 Plol. kaa4 Baallfe A."D'.I.tw... In. lewisilutkllsa.iJ..U.k.. a
r RESTORES virnm 9'1/1)MAN IJOW I.U"H. ''''.'''..I' I'. florKINN, to....,.. 1.._.*** A, '., ,
yacht race it is to be hoped -- - ----- I II 1.... O*.Jc.11ns11i.. C,

they will with not freak If Standard Oil ban to ... '
rare yachts '-
".achines.A fines that have been given; IlaUIf"j "Made. a

cellar Day mUlCt discover sortie other I W.nManof .

big trust to defend In the public
Chicago professor says there nre "
TNT .
W'Po prints ..
humorists In this country.
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!bout:! ht all SEABOARDAir .
the Chicago professors ..autiuns to prevent __ ..... 'r C> 11? >i x'Y
Despite' bin | r.
'prp humorists. produces .... rv.u\tm tn SO.tlof.., it aru!
advance publication. the President I lien elh.aa felt
\oulrtmenranr.nalslholrtoss .............. a..<
shrotlM be pleased! and F.II.'UraK..d by Lbvlr youthful wit" .
in old men use rarer r Li
Whltikey reached record price
a interest taken In his using MI'.VI' U qnlrkiy ..... rtnltilr rmova .. Line Railway
Cincinnati last w *"k. Perhaps it watt toe early NTVO.nriui. . l...*i VltaU.y. rrium
trIF''f lit.". lveaknre.! aunt ..|,e.i I*....?. KnlUnr Memory
lcause they have to make the real -- --,- ---- Wa.ltn 6 ll.sessal .ffcl...f a if>al/u4i
-- - ear.*. amt tMmlnn.. wh.rh tinrte* fur
thing nowadays. married underwater ludy.. husin*>a. or .....rrl_. It iw>t ,."1,, rurhy >', COLUMBIA CAMUKN I [ SOUTHEHN .
Louisvllld couple . SAVANNAH
The .
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-- ----- starting; at I b seat"( .lt *aMi but i>a nr i
the other day will Mini It no nerve t.>ail. ..*.. I l.o4 bajIMvr I'rinir'ra -.
Nobody will bla-e; -il. H. Rogers' .. < k tb* f>lnk (!__ .. nail*bhaan re. PINES, UALEIGH, RICHMOND( .
their head above It ., ....|. eA .
''or picnic kevping innrur &M Bs* you 11* ft rproo >
finding Mark Twain better com after tti.' settle down In housekeep ..JnIl41_%.>. la-talonttavlac'' lttC "fI. WASHINGTON, BALTIMOUK( PHIl.
any than people who want to ask' y nooUwr>> Iasbn..rrdI.veal T"1- '*)
mall.$1.00per/.ksr..oraltfey55.i10.( V%', N1-: W VOHK.
3u.**tiona about finance. ing. --- 0I.M tree ..,Wl..i ..... crMia we l lo all w fop ..h.b.\o ADELPHIA. '
-- --- - with. gsa.r.nl... Cirruiara fr_. A.1dr... $

All the ....u... If they Ilvw up to OTAL HfOICIC to.. C.$.. ..**.. Caicaaa. It
And now Fairbanks has been iu I eseller., OatBwTlO. riortda. t>j
their names. those "devil For BU 1 .
<,n automobile accident. lie has too Two Elegant TraiiiH Daily:
needed In Chicago. W, M. 3011.... Dr1a8I&I
much consideration for the railroad are I
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to let them hurt him. however. - SEABOARD
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$100 REWARD. $100. MEM AMD WOMEN.

will I... V.. h.t.fn.as.e.lrassn. ..,. /.,
readers of this aper I LYa. SEABOARD MAIL. ,4
A New Jersey horse has taken The A.rS.r..ta..at.. .
to pleased to learn that th..rI.Is *v l.atone Yw._. an1.11nw. ar aka..t. f..
.
attack
setting drunk. The upon ... v..A..w. at ma..aa 5.a..aa.
have dreaded disease that acleijce ..m. e-....r..r r.ue..1 sM sI.ew.
;* New
Jersey trusts seem to
r.tts !G. g..r Na.41 ....
:>moralized everything In the Slate.Aa been able to cure in all Its stages and .a a Caty t y..5 l
Catarrh Cure w awn 0 .s'5N ...e.r..
Haifa
Pullman
g.s.a.
Catarrh.
that I. ..,. C 4J Modern Equipment
If the negroes were. not having : Is the only positive cur known to the /lb/. .1 aIr t I
medical fraternity Catarrh being a
u'rI: 6t account
enough time It. on
f racial of them. hast I constitutional dlae. requires a constitutional ,
prejudice one
invented a piano that whistle*. I treatment Hall's Catarrh The Jamestown Exposition Line kY

Cure l. taken internally acting directly , 1 ;

the blood and mucous surfaces
'.oosevelt. liryan. llearat. poke upon
of the system, Ui-reb'1; deatror Norfolk Va.
'th Chanler-if one advocates the ,
and
lug the foun ,nation of each In turn one may givlcr the> patient strength by build Itocu5coauDO rfNocn

m large Influence when. one orb tag UP the constitution and The avaatstlor ,LM ..M r aF. 4 v ICe..f Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily.
doing Its work pro
+ nominated nature In u
- rrlet.or have 110 much faith In Ita / I
I rurathe i*>wem that tto.' offer ()oe 31

' he coM wtoda NoTmbr and Hundred Dollar for any r&JMt that It Bins sw.sM For fu iRfortnttlcn sad Sleeker f*.*rt.i1" >se eel on any .'..DI
eta wu
+' ta7cb panpot etjll the summer In fall to cure. tiered for list of U *U- S.s hoed, or writ* t,

%e Old." says The Ualtlmcre Arnfilr 2..CHENEY Ad4rr A CO..1P. ToUdo.; 0. .. c. I'OYIJS'ION! Ja Aseta4M Oaa.rk r......... .....f.Y' '

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5PHEJAILYSUN: .GAlNBSVIEIjE..SLQRIDA.> OCTOBER. 2, ..1907jf

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1 trail with a 'bunco; of 'grass fastened to Mixed, Liquors J ParredEory BILL FOR OlVOttCX.la J'f

DI6HSOH''rHE* TRAIL Its to tr. The stick' was leanhtg toward MacSnory was'" the rlJIage tide Clreolft COort.m. Judicial circuit of JEFF SIMONS

the village. and this told the s arjr of I blacksmith ami ,one of tile moot powerful florid in cod for Ateebo aau-Ia
C b.necrr9-M. S. Brown -rm. Fable Brown I
the missing man as plainly as If be Mlngcrs In the choir of,' the kirk DlvofCS. feerP.bioatfon f DBALBa IX

had written a letter about It. I foun. at AncLlcucberlefi.: To show 'off bin Tl appearing by affidavit ap_wad.d to the bCD
Used the that a'*lmllsr stick bad been erected voice' tb full advantage he would wiry Died la tbe above stated cause that I'bNe
Methods by Red Drown the defendant-'tbereta sawed. is _
at the. top of every bib between there tile styli, froTu bass to alto nnd from tealdent of the State. Florida.: and baa been Fresh Saltwater Fish
; Men to Communicate. and where the village could be ...0. alto to treble In the Manx! hymn. day absent preeedlaur from...this reatdeooe order of for publication more than sixty and

He took no chances of' the sticks fall Tbe mlnlftter! hud long observed that la concealing beraelf ao tbat senior of subpoena _-
lag down and told the story over s.v- Rory'fi methods were upsetting the general and process cannot be nerved upon her.
aDd la over tee 'ass of twenty one
HGNS TiAT: SPEAK VOLUMES eral times. melody of the congregation's ul:- years; h !. therefore oroered Uaa&W_
The same sign Is used by the Indiansof 'Injr. cud nt length/ .IJe resolved to bring defendant be and abe to hereby required -

southern Alaska and also by the th culprit to Look. Bled In said to apeear canes on to or'the before Bill Tb.-of Complaint. .... toe tan tN

iiki''aad. Stones Have at Language of Wlnnebagoes of Manitoba. JETbe Sioux "ilyiuu 34." he announced. "and mh day of October. A. It. rte?,.otnerwtae thet.neaetoss I. I
of said bin wlfl be taken as con-
fj Thetr' Own and Verve to Indicate OJtetien. use a split stick with a short stick In tbex'tther. And. Mr. MacSnory. If ye're towed by said defendant *
the split pointing In the direction tak tae It la further ordered than this order be pabHabed -
r Departure! ,,' Intentien, Warn. sing tenor slug tenor or If ye're once a. week for four onuarnrntlTrwekm
,;;J'a. Claim er Demand.p en.-San Francisco Chronicle. tae sing bass'King bans, but well baa In The OalneeTille Son newtpaper

nne ninlr o' yer abandygatT"DundeeAdverteer pcThls. September Dth 1901. State...
time baa ,passed and ,civilization Judged by Their 'Cats. i I 8. H. WIJCKOES. and OYSTERS .
-chanced. Indian conditions. I was "No, ma'am." said an Irish maid of Clerk Circuit Court Ala baa Co.. .Fla.
A true copy of orUclnal. (In rear of Furniture
tbe Impression that our re4tJMn much experience as she returned to a .. Strong Soup. ISe.ll] a. H. VTlKNQKSf Clerk Circuit Court. Company

bad forgotten tbe use of New York Intelligence office the other lu the rife ol William Stokes,, written EVANS IJAILB,SJoUoltor.f.f or Conpft.
GAINESVILLE .
Ita,; their travels, but a. 1 was day .'J didn't engage with that fam by his son It Is told how Stokes FLORIDAI

tg' about the hills In Slskiyou ily. I didn't like the looks of their was_sent over to Dublin during the

atjr, some time 'ago I came across cat" 1_> great ruin to show the people howto ALACHUA COUNTY,,
"Ituln. Indian sign such as I had "Of their cat!" repeated"the owner make no.jp. Stokes asked a starving am now prepared to accommodatethe
of the office in amazement. "Why. Katie beggar why' ebe did not and Alachua Is in trade with the beat the market
.seen :tot a dozen years before. It go get county 800.400 acres affordaln this line.- Phone 126.
i 'a _Simple little aim In appearance i I'm sure they wouldn't'p a bat sore of the soup that was being freely crea, 'baa 248 miles railroad 8OO

: It'.waa full of meaning to those that was. In anyway- daneerous.- Itatrllmtetl. t miles wagon road, 66 postofBces, *
f -
':Could read it-a long stick with Not dangerous, no. ma'am but a oup. I H !It. your honor? Sure It 123 public schools 27 phosphate w *"

end stuck In the ground the other restless, unhappy looking creature that wij't soup at nil" ",tnd what l is !It.tfieu'r" plants 2O saw mills.. 75OOQ courthouse ,

nbOg and pointing. up the road. The didn't speak well for the family" replied Inqul Irt"*! Stoker. "It 1.. nothlu" daces, earn four newspapers tie and' pro-
cotton sagar,
the girl. "1 always judge a family honor but of""water boile.l IsepHusolLet
was elevated at an angle of"only your u quart oats rye, potatoes pineapples, oranges .
t' ten degrees! from the ground by tbelr cat-If they have one. A down to u pint to make It fthrong!" peaches., pears plums pe-

,,was supported ona stone. It told sleek comfortable pussy ,who come This l>4 the soup muigre which Ho calls and all kinds of vegetables

t :Indian tbat his friend had been up and rubs against you means a garth caricatured In Ills picture of the '

there and bad gone ahead In then quiet good natured family and one French troops. at falals. London. Gainesville Ihe County Seat. Us Do Your WorkAs

pointed out by the stick that's not worrying about ways and stnndtird. ,

',".marreled at It, but on investiga- means but a nervous unfriendly looking Quinsy Sprains and Swellinoa Cured. Has fourteen churches, two pbblie far aa BAKING Is txl; icerned.
cat reflects household which is
.found tbat the Indiana of Callforstlll a schools, the University o .,Fli>rida. FRESH BAKED GOODS delivered to
on the verge of uervous prostration or "In November 1901, I caught cold
,t ue signs to convey lutelll- private schools three tie wapaptirs home there's
lito each each. I found that financial I ruin or some other horrible and had the quinsy. My throat was I United States ,land offloe.;[he best your daU-&Dd no worry

bag the Coeopabs., Coliulllaa. IMmaa trouble. swollen. so I could hardly breathe. I water, fire alarm system, electric,
_ ,Yuma. the leu; Is' as much !In line "I've been living with families! aud applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm andit and gas lights; two foe f&ctenee,
their machine shops three wool factories
studying cats lor twenty-five
eyer. gave me relief in a short time. In KEYSTONE BAKERY,
years and I','e never known the signto cotton jriu, two moss fietories" ,
two I all
Ue traveling In San Iternaidlnoty days was right says Mrs. ,
three railroads, two fertlllier man fbenn 165. R. T. 8C1IAFER. Prop
foil. A family tbat can't make its
L. Cousins Mich. Cham
later I Otterb-irn.
: on came across a pecugrouping afactnrina companies. one fiber
of stones and at once rat happy is one to make any servant berlain's Pain Balm is a liniment and -
manufactory>> one rectifying turpentine -
it ?I that some Indian bad, left a signthatelill miserable.New York Press. is swellings.especially For valued sale by for all sprains druggists.and plant, four banks, and well Titter Sat Rheum and Eczema

: other Indiana might know stocked stores embracing' everything AJ cured by Chamberlain Salvr One application
--- ----- -- In'the commercial line. rr-ltrm*the itching and
t ,,water' was to be found In a cer- Psychologically Explained.Mrs. ; burning aeaaafionTo
",.41rectk The stones were lying Flaherty, who earns her living Notice of Application for Tax Deed -

I complete circle, and In the center and maintains two clean little roomsIn Under Section 8 of Chapter... 4888 I

rta, Ions triangular stone with tberp An uptown tenement by going out Laws of Florida. .. I
i point Indicating a specific dlrec- to do washing and day's work; has
Notice Is "hereby given that E. G.
'. The sign vas plain to one versed been a widow for many years, and entertains Baxter trustee purchaser of Tax Certificates The Jatimstowiixpositiou! .

"
Mm alp was universal tort bad marriage for any but the young. "Tie 139, 140, 141. 146. 146. 148. 219. 239

: it elsewhere. I followed tbe dlrec- all right at tbat time o' life" she 244, 281 and 356. dated the 4th day . . . .". VIa . '" . . .
,pointed out by the long stoue and maintains "but not for old people with of September A D. 1905. has filed
.little spring.srrang.msut gray hair Then 'tis onsultable and said certificates in my office and has

of stones I had the height o* foolishness." Holding made application for Tax Deeds to The Atlantic Coast Line! Railway

a dozen different places these opinions as she does, it was a issue In accordance with law. Said I.

:homiddle west and as a variant severe shock to Mrs. Flaberty to learn certificates embrace'the' following

reb was also found In California. I tbat one of her bettt customers a described property situated in Ala. Atl'ntic
cbua county. Florida towit: People all over Florida: see the Coast Line
.seen a mound of sto* similar widow of threescore and ten was
BV& of Neand Se%J of Se& Sec.
,>Diner's monument with a pointed about to be married for the second 10. Tp. 8 S.. R 14-120 acres. "Purple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Expo-

_ ..resting. on top pointing toward time. Almost tearfully she confided EH of Eft Sec. 13. Tp. 8 S., R. 14- sition Two daily trains each way with through Pall-

In many parts of the country her sentiments to another patron. 160 acres. Buffet Sleeping Cars. x
tally In the desert parts of Call- "Think of Itl! Her a-fixln' all them Nets of SeV& and NeVi of Sw 4 Sec. man .

Lrtsona. the question of fine clothes and tak In* as much pride 10 Tp. 7 8.,' It. 15-80 acres. Season sixty days and fifteen days-limit excursion
for in it Kn If she was to be a bride of Std of SwVi and Nw%, of 8w% and
;..supply ,travelers la one that 19th November 80that
tickets on eale daily from April to
serious consideration, and I twenty Instead of pn old woman that'll Bw.- of Sets Sec 17, Jp.: 8 8., R. 15-
160 acres. low
$ known men to within few never see seventy again! Why," and rate .
pass a
W V4 of Ne% and Nw% Sec. 20. Tp. .
lidred yards of water without know. her voice dropped to an awed whisper 8 S.. R. 15-240 acres. fcoach:, excursions at very low 'rates.

"Jt; because! they could not read In. "at her time ,,0' life I believe 'tis Sw% Sec. 3, TP. 8 S.. R 16-160
... The sign was In plain tbo ravin o' death Is on the woman!" acres. For further information see your nearest railroad

1 and was placed there because the -New York Times.A KV4 of Nw% Sec. 6, Tp. 9 S., R. 16- agent or1"':write- .

_1-- recognized the necessity of tellI 80 acren.
.. .who came along tbat they could'Wat.r Scotch Excuse. E!4 of Be 4 Sec. 9. Tp. 9 S., R 16-
FRANK
80 BOYLSTONDistrict
True; there was not a big A cnnny F('ot MUM brought before n acres. C. '
NutSec 11. TI>. $? S., R. 16-160
Mt up with "'''.te''" painted onbut ncNtrute tin I the oh urge: of lielng .

:. to the Initiated It was equally drunk and ilNnrtlerly. "What have acres.Sep' or ,Ne% Sec. 4. Tp. 10 S., R. Passenger Agent Atlantic/ 6ast Line Jacksonville', Fla,
There la not a trail In all tbe >'ou to any for yourself. ..lrT' demauilttl. 16-40 acres. vSwV
-
_ tweet that runs near a spring that the nuiftlMtrutc.: "You look like a t..- ; of Sea Sec 24, Tp. 10 S.. fc

It,. have the sign openly display. rptt'tttble<< man anti l ought to t>e- nnhnmetl 16-40 acres. CLYDES'EAIVIS1: : : XP CO

t 1'. have oven seen Instances..wb re to stunt flint" Neil of Net/; and NeVi of Nw% Sec. .

rater was so far from tbe regular 'I am verm sorry sir! lint I OHm' 12. Tp. 11 S.. R. 16-80 acres.
Swl4 of NeU and Sett of Nw% Sec. 1
that special signs have teen wade up In Imil ouipnny; ire ..
12. Tp. 8 S.. It. 17-80 acres.
dOW_where it la. humlily r"II,1 the .
|tin" mer. I..ot 8 of Se% Sec 12. TJ). 10 S.;; R.
times, however., these circles "'hut sort or"'I11I"n 17-10 ncreB.Sett \
''IDot 'm..a water at all. and thenBcessary ".\ lot of teetotalerI"- wits. the of Nwtt Sec. 32. Tp. 10 S., R.

to. understand the lutrl, ling rpp nM'. .cnT'1 17-4i. acres t
i of the Indian tnlud to understand "I>o >ou mean" to any teetotalers f:14 of Sw t 4 of Swtt Sec. 2Z.: Tp.

what he Is driving at. 1 remeiu- Dad 'oomimnyV" tlitiml<'rMl the n\l, 9 S.. H. 18-10 acre*.

;once when I was hunting on the trip. "1 think they are the l-t of N'i! of Ijot 8 Sec. 35. Tn.- 8 S.. It. r.-: s
Kpttbllcan river I C""uUltltn.v for suet, . ." 19-40 acre -:- ..
came MITWM a circle MM .II -'il" :
The said land being assessed at / ,:.. _
Klbuffalo. skulls which attracted uiyMention "It">jjjjn' jier pitmen ...tr." iiM\Tenil 1 ', ,
'
the date of the l Issuance; of such certificates
because of their peculiar arMCrtneut. tits |I.tl""ut-r. "j-e'ro w miii; : for I hnl l :i In the names of Unknown FO D :E S.A..3Lx @e :m.Aci Ef w SJackearivihe

Sixteen skulls were set In I ln>ttl.* of M'hi: kv nn' 1 hail to drink! it Unknown. Mr*. R. K__\\'llIlam8.V.. BETWJtfXM i.

Batnlclrcle 1 1 l with their noses pointing till mjn'lf;"-Ili-juoMsi' =Newsprtper. I II. Dougla I W. II, Cranford. Un crid New York

Hrn the rlter. lu the center of theft known. T. J. Hodden, Unknown ,
** a skull ou which ''I.I J. Fowler t\. W. SapP. ni Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. O.. both ways
,:was were paintMthlrtyalx Afflicted With Sore Eyes for 33 Years. ..
red II Ilea. Near the skulls l known. C. L). Kasterlln. I). I. K*tf Tho Plash StMaUihlr in tba CoastwiM Service
Mr* two small sticks I have been afflicted with sore eyes II. II. lamb, Unknown Unknow I
placed upright In
BF: )ground and at the top of each for thirty-three years. Thirteen years .I Unless said certlttcates tOiaJI Abe. Clyde NeEngl d, ands So }then: Lines

efc were tied two bundles of hair. ago I became totally bllad and was redeemed. according to law. tax deeds Serrlds '
Freight
will lactic thereon on the lat day of Between :?CKBONVIIXK, BOSTON and
HIT,lawnee Indian was wltb me and blind for six years. My eyes were> November A. I). 19< ;. PROVmBXtOX. and All. Caste rnj Points -

Pdme;: that thlrty.stx Pawnee hadBpSpeU badly inflamed. One of my neighbors Witne my ofllclal signature and .OaJUDIr.Ch..toDbetb. way*. < .

there. They had made a raid Insisted upon my trying Chamberlain'sSalve '|neal thin the lat day of October. A. S..ED vv ..l:1.IEr: : S.A ILINC3'f3ho

a I list a camp of Comanchea containF and me half a box of It. 1| I>. 1907 S. "WIKNOKS.. +, *
gave I I ...... .rfA........From Lewie Wharf Boston
sixteen lento or lodges and had To ,my surprise It healed my eyes and Clerk Circuit Court Alachua county t No'tbbognd..t. ....... ....WPm Foot of Catharine.. Jacksonville
:
Ken fo'ir scalp, They were reliming ; Florida. .. . .:
my sight came back to me.-P. C. Hy M. S. CIIE\''' S, D. C. *
home down the river. To the I Clyde
Mlnary ob*.rer this arrangement ofnils .Earls Cynthlana Ky. Chamberlain'sSalve St:. Johns River LIneB..c.n

and sticks would have given no Is for sale by all drugglsta.Th i I Notice of Application for Tax Deed JAo>R "ILLS" and SAN"'ORO

ere hUI.n-IClllult'| than the Idea tbat I Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888. Stopping at Palatka.,Astor. Bereaford (CPeLand and Intermediate Landings.
as* ono bud tern .MiuuahiK himself bywaving Rsasoru Laws of Florida. om Bt: John River. '

with tliee'liiiffalo akulla. To AH sorts nn l mntlltloMK. of mien have I! Steamer'CITY OF :1 JACKSONVILLE"
... Notice hc 1 hereby given that T. R.
It* I ml la u the arrangement war a I'' excellent" ...U.UltM for their. |KM It Ion In t Hunt purchaser" of Tax Certificate. Ii appointed to tail as follow,*'/ l.. Toe"da!. and

N ra|>let.. htor>'. life. lllUAtriitrtl flits tells of a trump I No. 634, dated the 4th day of SJentember Thura aJa. 8SO p. mX Bviorniag, leave Sanford.Monday.

Indians* IIM signs for several s|>eclncIkarposcM. who bad no. llluoluns about the caut.eI 2[ A. 1) 1905. has filed said J ____h .. __ WI'd .-.day. and Fridays. >:8O a. m. .
tin Il\u..t prevalent tLtuthat of his own c..>ii.lttU\u: I IMr certificate In my otnce. and has made -- -- - -.- + ..

E guidance lat they are alai UMtl for ... I'liiehenlth( hotel outmucr I application for tax dud to issue in.I I spo.taWhw.ed.down. SCHEDULE Nena--.J
Read
Ifectlon. .1.,0l..1"| intfiitlon. i. tn fur accordance with I...:. Said certificateemt.racrs i' Leave8:8Opaa...... ..............Jacksonville......... ... ...Arrive a KX?p) aasi

warning and taint or "lt'niau l.: Ima you, I du not see why an ahl..h.1I"tJ the following described<< i i t 8 :4A pm ... .......... .... .Palalka...... ...... . .. ..Leave SKOpsa
Lttiutla:,; \* vela a |party ,.f L'lrn In I titan like >oft houlil gn> about l"'Jltln : pr'l>,'rty Mtuutoil In Al-ichna ('OHllty.1 I f S.-tOsm . ... .... . . ... .. ..A a tor ...... .... .. . 8 A) pasIBeresford

pMdfi.tt.rH t '..rtu1. aid ve had t tparuttil : Tatxy Tratui -I I h.|"M.. uiiim. lt'... fer Florida, towitNett ... .. .. .... (DeLasd) ,1. . l.-OOpa*
} hit fie! uiM'.rrwtuiulliit! tliwl at..lut the same rt>ai>on that a healthyllk of two" Sec TJ TI'| 11 S. ArriTH:3O .. . ... . . .* .. ganford... .... : : ..:' : g:80aa

M j were to in ..t t ?";:11! ut u fHX-lll| .s! tt''uln.1 t' you l.o.'nli at a hotel Instead U. :%-iwiiil 40 acresThe lend being u'Hed at ___ __lOKO_ am.:...:. .. ......:L.. ...:-.: ._ . ,Enterprise.... ..... . . ._-. ,?_ IQOOass

Hce: ntul M g.. *'" ... 10 the Mllnirt t" of Vr..*|>ln2 bouse. the date of the IsjiuAn"f 'ich certltlcate .-!'Ati4ENl3AND. TICKET OFFICE. W. BAY 8T.JACKfSVILLE

fther. On 'r1'r.t> hi::"X the 'aa'lmlnh",1| | In the nanit of Su...->n Olas*. < F. M. IBORMOSOKB. JB.. A. O. P. A.. Jacksonville..
kce iue of the. |INtrt(> was not T'-T' They Make You Feel Good. Unless MM certificate ..hall!! l.t redeemed Joni P. *
( PKIDBBL. A., A. C. HAOBBTT. O. E. P. A..
Lt ntT.l the arconllng to law rat deed will
the re! to village. (my
Jacksonville. Fla.
k'no ntleuttaii ." hl+ uoeirtptrunar'kwt ( The pleasant purgative effect ex- ISAUO theroun, on the 1st day of November. Pier 86 If. R.. New York?

: Ir hey ".n.' not volnt: to waitMil l> Heuctl by all who use Chamber A. IX 1JK>7. O. II. TATIOB, P. T. M., o. C. Snows. O. P. A..
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and Witness my offlrLi signature and 2SO Broadway. New York.
11n.. if ) .H' t.ut they salt beLU'licott L D. Jro .. T. F.
seal this the 1st day of October A. A., L. ,S..sca ..... C. A..
t.on' a'i-: ball ;s cue ou to the the healthy condition of the body and Jal'k.vn"nlft. Fla. Leeebonr Fla.
D. 1*. 7. S. II \\ ":' OES. ,
tec* rri"cu* .k\, -it 'tat fur U. to carne mind which they create makes one Clerk Circuit Court. Alachua county .'' G, CoorBB.... F. A.. E. SWIHDAIA O. F. A.
"; tt'ht"n I x ,"'Mtl Meprle> I was feel joyful. Price. 55 cents. Samplesfree Florida. r StekroovilK FU. Pie r W f. R.. Xe rG .L-Oc-k.

9 a .Ivns ?it Ic'k suxnOln In the at aH-Urug stores. By M. S. CIIEVES.UC.iiiiiiiiiiiliii I P, LOW Attest JaeksoavWi.Pise tjer. ;ykr .
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Virginia Shoot*'.Ma K.aro CONQUEREDverWhelming ,
saints His Fiancee. _. :
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\\a9ilo011. Oct. 1.4-A posse : DK. DieVKRE: B. atoEZht,. i

bu scouring%! Alexandria Bounty: ,
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Proof
VI'' .'uta. for "negro -who waylaid anti that Lydia E. Pinkham'e .

fatally shot John VlIllam Vegetable . DE TIST . {
peruap Compound Succeeds.One .
JituPen. aged 21. near Rosslyn. op- ---
He this city. and then assaulted: of the greatest triumphs ef D- ar Mrs. PmUhamI :_

jll.s fa: Amelia A'elsn. aged 17. lul<<-n'li Lydia E.is the Pinkhain conquering Vegetable of woman's Compound "- was toM by n y physician that I : '. nr.r M.r"lI. Ea.t.: a. I..Att. Fe. Jrtws,

with 'wbcrut he WAs out walk. had a fibroid tumor . .
fiance. dread enemy Tumor and that I would : - -- '--- '-

las . .The growth of a tumor is so Insidious have to be operated upon I wrote to '
Without warning- the negro opened" that frequently its you for advice which 1 followed ca,.*. : DR- DKHMAN fit i'K.U'.CE.
presence
ere on Mullen( shooting h1.i througn is advanced.wholly unsuspected until it is well f Vegetable Lily: and Compound took Lydia, I E am, Pinkham not only BONNER WON ::1

the mouth and splitting his 'tongue. So called "wandering pains' cured of the tumor but other female D K N r i ::11 M i. t

He then dragged the girl nto a thick. come from its early stages: or may the troubles and can do all. my own. work SUCCESS
holding her captive for more than of after eijfh years of sufferingMr -.' : Office
et presence danger may be made over Uuttoa A Cie.. Baa..
an' hour. As he left her, he said tra manifest by excessive'! monthly periods *. S. J. Barber of Scott N. Y. Tb* career of Robert Boaster, : Phone 2St. tlaluervlfe. Fla.DR. .

was going back to her lover and fln- accompanied by unusual pain, from writos the veteran=' publisher, furnish

ash his Job." the abdomen through the groin and Dear Mrs. Pinkham a signal Illustration .* the valor

Mullen however was able to make thigh.If have sometime ago I wrote you for of persistent and eagvctooa ad ROUT C. ROWERS( : .
you mysterious patas. If advue about a tumor which the doctor
his way up the hill and tell of the there are indications of inflammation thought would have to be removed. vertising.' When b* ba
4 crime the girl meantime finding her or displacements secure a bottle of Instead I took Lydia F.. Pinkham publication of the paper wbos DKNFHT: ,

way to her home where she Informed Lydia E. Piukhatn's Vegetable Com I'cgrtable Compound and to-day am a phenomenal success brought bias

her parents.The pound, made from native roots and hell'! woman { fame and fortune b* did ttt omo. in Miller l.sw Ktchange: 4
herbs, right and its
berm
away use
affair Is regarded' as one of the The following letters should con.vinC'e Mr*. M., M. Funk. Vandergrift. Pa., wait for the people to end oat. OtHce. I'hune.o.'i:3: ; K..4i'!..n<:e :(Q. I'tAJ
most atrocious that has occurred In every buttering woman of- its w rites: slowly and craduaJl. th. inter .'

this vicinity find 1f the negro la found virtue and that it actually does Dear Mr. Pinkham eating features of Lie JournaL -- -
It U believed that the threats of conquer tumors.
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1 had a tumor and Lydia E. Pink- .
lynching freely Indulged will be putJato ham lIa forced hi. .nterpr\aa .p. T.Ft.. KL1.1S.: : JR.,
r Mrs. May Pry of 53V.. Colfax Vegetable Compound removedit on public attention by a err J
effect. Ave South Vend, Ind., writes : for me after two doctor had given trmatlo lavishness of .*- ,
Dear Mrs. Piukham :- me nt). I was sick| four years> before Iberran pvndltura for adTartlatnc .1rTiRNF.V..tr: .r.\\%-.
JAPS LOOT ALASKAN" TOWN. to take the Compound. I now which at that tlma was l i
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"I take great pleasure in writing rreui intend Lydia 1.: Piokham's VegeUable without pracedrrft or paral .
to thank for what Lydia KPmkhatus 1.1.Vhol.. pacea of deitynew.pap.rs .
you "I".tLL..
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Complaint Has Been Made to the U. t'oiupouud fr anti near. wera.cured at a:14, .
Vegetable Compound has
S. Authorities. ',done for me. I also took the Blood I I gut-h testimony as above la con hlxb prh'.. to blaaon forth. I' 1I
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lDe..lt. of hla' und.rtakt'g.
Seattle Wash.. Oct. 1.-.\ report Purifier in alternate doses with the I vino.t rig evidence that Lydia E. rink.I ,
wan made to United States Consul Compound. Your medicine removed a I ham.. Vegetable: Compound stand. B-'KER: al.t'rltl"ts .\ H.\XTF.t.

Smith of Vancouver Saturday 1 b>. cyst tumor of four years' growth without.. a p vra a remedy for Tumor From one od of the country ta .
of the schooner Ca which three of the best physician* Growths at well a.. other distressing the other the names of DOG..... I ATTOHNKYN-AT-IjAV..: ,
Captain anroe. declared I had. They had said that ills ?f women, and such symptom aslies
of the pirating of an Alaskaa and bis Ledger wr mad. fa- !i. O'.ICII'OH:04 "
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I&ec. only an operation could help me. I am ng-down: Sensations Dinplace \NOKRV.; .
village on LJtak bay, on southwestTtlodlak very thankful that I followed a friend's menu Irregularities and Backache. : miller to the people by constant -

Island by the crew of a Japaneae advice and took jour medicine It has etc. Women should remember that U repetition.

sailing schooner operating. in made me a strong and well woman andI is L\.lia t;. Pinkham's Vegetable C. n- Conservative publishers, )oa> UA1NKSVII.I.K:. Alaohua Co., FLT.
shall recommend it as long as I live" noun.I that is curing so many womanUon't Gales In llaymatia Hla.'k r
BehrlBg sea this season 1 he! Oaeccalled KIng alone In the rut of old
to itistttt It. whenAoino
forget
at LAtak bay for water and tne I Mrs. E.o Hayes, of 26 UuygloSt., drutrgUt asks upon to routine prophc..led bankruptcy w
you accept : ) HVYK1S.ATrOKMKY : .
Mass. write F"H111IJ
Boston :
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Tbuttlan priests asked Caltalnunr"; ** something cUe which he calls "justas and ruin for this uoconvenUonalInnovatur.

to( Inform tine United States authori Dear Mrs. Pinkham- good.< but Ilonner kept oai : .\' LAW,

tie of the outrages. "I have been underdlfferentu'octors' spending a large chars of hi* receipts j

The!! Japanese+ landed from ft-3 treatment for a long time without .Mrs. rinkham's lavltatioa to Woact. In buying publicity, aadtho lAtsasvtt.Ls. I"'LOSIDa. ;
broke the mouses. relief. They told me I had, Gbroiti __ --
schooner and open tncrad
** receipt with
abdomen was swollen and Women suffering from form
received teat the tumor my 9 any Can ell!! sit' :
Another report waa startling rapidity.Every you 7 proven (I.
I suffered with great pain. I wroteto of mule weakness ago Invited to
,Japanese bad landed on ShellkofT U. you for advice you replied and I write Mm. Pinkham Lynn 1\1...., dollar J lab a reed In tbis proved and unimproved>> ), pboephsl.
and
trucking
land and kilted cattle. running on the followed jour directions carcfullvand, for n way list of what offer
a for tale, ?
you I XaiJTB ;
ranges there. ;* today am a well women. Lydia K. who has boon" advising .u-k women _
croakers confoundedend
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound expelled free of charge" for more than twentyrears were
the tumor and strengthened my end before .that .ue aaaiated pevariiilats In this particular I A. OARI.IHI.K. ,
Thatyrired Reeling. whole system." her ...other-in-law, L\tlla .:. Pink. lira nob of tuialnea silenced by lAnd

If you are .I languid 'depressed. Incapable ham in .lyl.lng' TliuAHlieiaeftpeciallywoll hla tremeucfun..access.l AT70KNKY: AT LAW k ,
Mrs. PerrytByers, of Mt, Pleasant iualiHo| to guide sick wow l
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Hnlioltorin
for worJXii Indicates that The lf ou |.a one that la aa well Kqnlly .
Iowa writes : back to health.
jour liver Is out'orrfcrfler., Herblne worth heeding toilav .. It was j :t
Kea ttatale.; Conveyancing and '.J..i
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will assist nature off head. years -
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.rsl Praotlee( All bualnets promptly> 'i "
aches rheumatl8m' and ailments akinto Boy Drowned Savannah. Ga. Comer Criticized ; H. only LaughsMontguner.v 'hI II.-tl n.HCIfIHHHtHHffT". attended tn. Omce nett door to Sa**}' ''

nervousness and restore the energies Savannah: . Cf'I. t.- .limt-ph : : Aa! Oct. 1. ThePnallsii offle*. OAiHanviiti, FLoas0A.t
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and vitality oft sound and I perfect Bazett 14 pari.. iM war" dine net : of (;u'.rnnr'om..r I I..* -ever jlM'l I .. -" '

health. J. J. Hubbard Temple Texas Snnriamuriilm? wnllo<< In Hwlmmlna., ly crirlclzrd b>' the MontKomer tdvertt.er ...... .*.... !. .... ..aa>*e toRoundTrip +
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writes "I have used Herblne for the with some other In a leaillng. editorial Ill>>.
aaa>la _...!.... __ aaalt*. Rates
past two-years. It, has done me more ITR A singular rlronmisfaiir f on recent letter to trio members of the

good than all the doctors. It Is the nf>cIP.t U,,';Ih the ilHtwnliiK. IH that leglaiatui telling thrill that he will i-'l I I f tf II I M M I I II I t.

best medicine ever made for chills and young Ha-soti, I h "I \>c"n r<') ( lu-it fmm call un -x'rx .*>i>iilun I h cltril. a* jco

the water half an h' nr ',,'.tor'lit' was ten att.nnnt, regard: to fagot;'ar and 4 I
up
!ever. 50c. Sold \V. M. Johnson.
by llacbna l Abstract Co.liteon -inAtlantic -
drowned III,* mmi ;ides pulh! him proper f'iintnict1oii Other l lettersare County .

out Just MX ia'i wn: dlappiMrlif;; for dUriinMed. and the paper ht-nioana ( >oraiadlrrr

Gun and Pepts-sr Used on Ofii' r* what would hale bo M. lh' IH .ti ilimThey the po,..", H- Ion of an aerutlve who M. ColatfV. IT**.! J. W III.ad I.4 Via.

CenterHie.! Ala., Oct. 1 .-Wli,,-n tiviK hit, Jo .-l! nr#' unoHiKcloiis. cannot v rlii> "no<1 luuxuaKe. (;ioternor lr_| II. H. Cu*>>o. Ho.-Tr....

dcputlesarrested Adolphus t"un"ul. and I rollu.l Urn: a:'fit' mull th.' wn' Comer 'lid nut dray that the I letter (IAINK8VJLI.K. KLA. CoastLine C

a Hungarian and were takl.ix him ran from his ltoll"l Then h. 1"1'11"1'1"1 wa bad. only l I.UIhIDC when abuwa \

away his\! "wife, --1':1n'' out wlt.i: a gun hU i(pn*..*. and,! a'': '' r a few inlimte the crltlrlvns. W* do an ..clu..... Abstract: business

and a handful of ,pper. The for uter : .decide! he<< wo-iTd Join th"- l"ov:* wti" ) with facilities for (mpartfnlC111

*>he handed: to her husband art.1 I re i : hid rttiirned Ilf their iiiallc|. ..11..r. Napoleon Donaparte Information concerning the 'Title of '
face of' hp not h,-, nm! hl- any and all lands In Alacbua county
latter she da-Zied Into the slon-. i'resrntl:
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Showfxl. at the bnttl> nf Aimtorlltz. All business transacted promptly. ?
the otncers.. rennet then opened dtpth a;:alu. .'"i Ihl.l Hm HP wnuas Railway :
tie was" tine Kroateat leader III the
fire on the offleara with the gun l hilt Pllt l away b'. tare tide !>. furf t,'''''11'' :
world llrtllard. Snow Liniment ha. '
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dirt not hit either of them 1 Ley coul 1 !hp rfTe( !''l.!
shown the |>uhll<< It U the bent HuliiHiit .
were painfully hurt however bt'lf: ---- -
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pepper l later the Hungarian wa- 15 Year for ,
Ort I. -I" 'h'. rh'lunatl"I"; Hpr.iInK, IxirriH. ,tuts <.tr i .
rut In jail 1 ere. XlikifMlllo. n" TO IMF: --
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11',1| .1'1' thf* murd,'r t>: 110 M..lt!. nlt Snow >lnlni lIt In my
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; . McltRle' the jury brought! ta I 1! faitlly tint find it uiio*".11..1|| | fur ....r.- i

'rdlt't for u. is.al.+uC.: "M t. ..1tt .t : remit "II''KIII..'>'"- .'tit '. In fart f' r'! IHJI.I. MMi: UP! Jamestown ExpositionOIC

IILiII rlargrd: ffco Jw*> tlt.t t. ., .lhl. th+.t i..u let nrhed l h, r i
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,.-howlif: n- jusHfable hwr: lililtuei' r" 14'.1.1 *. U M JofliK.,1, I I
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r' I..d. 1 Cn --C r"l'h KitMir.ion to Nar .I

r.: :a', i r'.r m'in-'a'' "" I 1 UU folk ,>n .a :e each Tu..., ]

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I i : Practical STUMP PULLER ..,,-..... ..., .....&;1.. I; 524 701 .ft..n.dsy aist,..t L..O M!!

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Williston Florida. t . ... I J:;
BONE PAINS. ITCHING. SCABBY p. "n" tta. t. .r.10 woe. IF I
CASTOR! ,., ,. .
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SKIN DISEASES. r S3020-,'tzy Jay ite! aiCOC (eOOdn :

Botanic For Infants and Children. "..1."" Jtup.ovire.r,
Permanently cured by taking ( l-lorld
Wood Balm. If you have aches and The Kind You Hare Always! BwgSlX i 1 1jears I.'I th'! r highway, and farms ..l..a'.1 a4' W. t 1... ."y' I. I. .\ ii i; -4 ;
pains In bones back and Joint itchIn 4
Scabby Skin Ulood feel hot or ? I"f atuinpx on short u"Uo.at r r.i-<)n I. 1C .. .. ,r, 11 ..-'. c, od i iOJUi Ia.'
thin; Swollen (Clauds Ftislnx and th" /"';' i IJ . .'rr. -.puv.r aUtJ rl'
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Humps on the Skin. Mucus PUrto- :gn4tu'QI' ;/ ;/ ; able price: MACHINERY FOR I 1I ,,,,. Wllb... icint 't' :ft." ItLh i

In Mouth, Sore Throat. Pimples. or 1 SAL.C. Crrresprmdrnrw sollrlt, ."fI : It11 f ISIiISI.I'.futil' it.
offensive eruption; Copper ColoredS.uots r'
or Rash on Sidn. or run-dowu. it.lalt "..., -
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or nervous; Ulcers on any part of CJBtwl. A t'r Ten Year. SUMMER TOURIST RATES i
the body. Hair .or Eyebrows falllne .nnfgo't .A':a Ott t. -.. I CHAS. W. DUVAL a : and

out. Carbuncle Ar Dolls. Take: Botarflb '., tCt.nit 1& I '."TO Wj |a .ti... Treat Ju..LLE ;

Blood Balm guaranteed. to cure the .Arn! ; a....j. : rn a _hj'" Mamas t, ;tShoSh.op : It111'Ylfl.l 0U..... I)1/1.1-l.ltlli'. Uf1.Stt!

worst and most Jeep-seated cases.Heals ("at.:>wt. : .t'... ' 5,. e*" I IItl.r l>.av.r. (.1--------------- ,7.. G
all sores, stops all swelling : : 1CU: ;
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makes blood pure and rich complete ,I seen ltP"Jr".j a! Itaektflastlse. f. f fu.IU... 14-4 . . t7...: J.w

ly changing the entire body Into a and r :ture....t "J C"t.IlMrt- AJ..Ciirtf '.. \.r-- Ira I -'a . JW'tl'l' t:-. blc"I. Ill . . . . . . .i&.

clean healthy condition. J*. n. U. ,I $!.,."y gar ..tr..:... for the prtlhr: .l Ku.I'CK/: .. { lJotl rut c. Micb.NUsara . . . . . . . .....

Is the recognized blot&l remedy for lie .. lasld to S leve bc.tl IiwltIfied 'J. I II I :"' 111.; NY. . . . . 4&111Putla .

these condition. 'I t I the victim Tie ,..pll.r.( .iU tae: First-Class Work Done Always.O F 4... I -lisy. O . . . . . 42JM r '

CANCER CURED. by Hr1f. Iiytjum ..f .h..n.'nle. I>j.,k/Mt Mt. T..a. . . .....tl

If you have a persistent Pimple. --- - --- \.iJla.1I'0. D. C. . . . ..r.Yor .-
Wart Swelllags. Snootlns. StlngtogPains. =O-=O -=O=0 -.=O=O=0 0:0 sO HELP Yin
take Blood Balm and they will Notice to Our Cu.tom.rs.We 0=0=0-.O=O-O-rO=0=00.0O further tofucnaUon aadmaa Ptatl.

, c11aappear tefor 1Jae7 develop into are pleas*
1 Caacer. Koley'a- Hooey anti Tar for cjrihs.rold ; =Oss AOVCRTleC'N =OxOO FRANK C. SOVL TON. District Pell ,

BaiU Blood Balm (L B. B.) U and lung trouble 1..* not aJtected'- =On: -=0 sO EODUCC sad ....a>r A *nC Atlantic CoaCJa .

PUajM and safe. to tftk*CuaaposediofFra Tnorougbry by the National Pure food and I>nil: Oath THE .UMOac.O =Oa0 KEJ T.b T IT. k oavUe J'1A. 111, yI
-Meta. for M yemra.
I >.Botaote lajpMSiaHrta. Com Dye Uw as It rontalns no optiate or other =* Th.,..'. a ft*****. O=::&O .. --- .
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...alm RaJ.rto S.. Ergo b7' VTIttatsa armful .dregs and we recommend Ua 0=0::= r.O=O /fli 1'f '
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NEWS <)1':1? where she has been on a vlsll


L, COUNTY CONDENSE! WE HOW :r.. )1 her r..... 1-brother:. Walker wife of the etJlolen AGENTS "VANTEDy! i :

fill iH>|wtlar.herlfT of I..'vr cmmti : >. '.
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tatten Our Reporters. HAVEDEPOSIT '*ay.Mis. TIl'-T4.P t'4 I' i 1\: .... Fq I.H 1,1'I'' :\, ; : :;
ered by,, Morcnce I>;aile> has arrival ft I
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ERSONAL' AND SOCIAL ITEM t ate with }.Ir. and Mrs .\. L. 1t..I..r. \.1-; t : ,
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Happened .What U Coin 266 !I' sse! ) I. irltln of Jonesiillo. one olth. Ivv

tyhat Happen Has Told! In,Short Paragraph .., successful planters( of that cectlouii' ,. g tlulaa. r 1's.! 1lntaal. I.lfc I 1 ii. k ..ts. +lt.. Fl. r er

to That'"H.,Who Runs May Reac : tlie countr*'. was tmdlnK la the cltj ooooooo-g ..uoooo ;.,
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It In The Sun. I Attome)' J. A. Williams/ left yetenlay #
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h Wanted-A. porter at Odd Fellow for Starke. from whence h.- The. Thirty-Fourth Year of - .f

,+ Sanitarium. will proceed to Ocala and other point

4f: A. R. Harder has gone to Ocala another ... i I"a u+ rofesloiiat i bUlllnt's Miss Tebeau's Boarding and Day SchaaliNO. :

polnta on business. CUSTOMERS )Ir. and Mrs. II. C. Cato of HUh c,.

=Neatly furnished room for ten S|ruiKM.". who have IKH I here! on a visit pUmWr IK, 11M)7. nt tilt: ) a. m. < 'wO.

Apply 201 N. Oak avenue. to relatives for the past two or three \ 800 fl' EST: MAIN STREET >. I-: (.Al.NKs11J.IU: : I1.ORIDL.."

Park d.i\-. >. returnc l to their hoin je.ter- ..;.
S. F. Walt of Grove was i itt In .- - ; :
oils
,,: city trading yesterday. I

j N. Vanlandingham of Moiiteochtrading Adding New Ones Ever i'>lm D. I.uther of Old Town wan' THE ARNOLD HOUSE!t.

!In'the.jclty! : yesterdayj aii."n< thu4e who pent )iterdit) inaiiif y1
w < ; >M\ill lt. lie left in the l.n"raUkm
andlif .F.-'Zetrouer of Rochell
K. fur .lacksonv111 h'. where ho had been
the city yesterday i j aoi KANT: MU> NIKKKT: >. "
were trading jtn Day.. Would Like to ('811..t on l>u- lneKH.
i.w 1100 Alachu I
Elgbt-roonrhoUse II I\ .\ \\'Ih.kt' In lrei'areui l to do All ROOMS AND BOARD. .- TABLE. BOARD A SPECIALTY
to rent Apply on premises. ,
avenue i kuxlH" + of contracting; and cart'nter .

For Rent-r:Furnlshed rooms for Have Your Name t I work upholstering 'tt.. Satisfaction D. U h'lnn': uf Albion N.Is i" CONTINENTAL t tI
301 W.
light housekeeping. Apply .. J.ulri: t<*etl. and bond !Kl\or: when re- liuitlneMttlHltor to this extent.
cjty ) ;
Church street. j <1\llr.ct. 1102 Alachua it\enu
of Starke In \\', It Ste'kert nnil. t'hi." A Kali. '

Prof.city-A.yesterday Hercules on business was with on Our Books. I Alexander Hari+er has return*d i cloth went to Al.ichn.k 01lIu.. ties.. I RESTAURANT? :
the
from aif c\lende New York ) etcriiay.
the school board. .. Ho reports n pleasant t 1m... :MTMllan

Hugh Kelley has' returned froti I. "or Is still In New York In com- I.. \\'. Jackson rcpreMentlio; rMaltlger ,', I (in.MN.t 4Htr-\nt: t. r*. .."- t :-1 ,

Citronelle where he has been ou a panwith her sister, :\11'... J. I). Sewing :Machine Comiutnt hareturned t'll It,..rt II'D 111 I..",*t.I ... >'et lrtvat"
from u tour of the Kat: Kml .. . .. '
visit to relatives.For llgt..llow. 1.o l r< .J..u. i.IM :
r j
lie report. u line huHlne" in.utles 'ualtw'::
Sale-New second-hand can> GAINESVILLENATIONAL I Mrs. Winger of Ilernando) ptsse.l!
Miss Keunell hits r..turn..1trum
. mill fir.t.elaes'order.. Write J. N through 1 the city >e terdHy.Sh.. sins Myrtle 4t
a delightful and eneftolal outlniat !
td
J Hone Gainesville Fla. here for a few hours a* u guest of FIRST-CLASS "CHEf'- ;:
Swannanoa. N C. friend are gUnli
Two rooms for rent. Apply to Mr? friendsMr*. Winger was en route 'I .
> welcome her home againHiiKh
, O. P. Cannon at Pitts residence)1 home from AUKUfttlne.. here shepiked' I i: 0;"
Morrow left yesterday fur i iMaltlniore. : \
\V. McCormick street. her d.&UKhh'r.1111": Uiura, In OYSTERS '.
after u pleiiHaiituc allot j '. :
Sfanchez of St. Augustine ("hllt.&.
Mrs. James P. BANK spout with his I.ur.'nts. ,',,1. sod Mrs, I I t K
.
is here on a visit to Col. and -- - --- - -- A I* Morrow. In this rlty He Iiattemllim II I The V.ry D..t Selected l 0,.,.,. ..ji

Mrs. E. C. F. Sanchez.J.lttle a medlcnl I mllexe In thai i
In-3.rv.d Any style. t
Miss Marion Dell\left yesterday T. W. Stands Pres. city druid will reitunie tiU "tudl,'M
.
NEW YORKRACKET 4 r ra
for Alachua. where thw111 spend The regular litevtluK of the llflpliullaiuU ( y

a few days ,with r'lattve Society of the 'Ir..t t rr<*nli) ter. j MEALS._ <. .t
,
The Sun 4ob, rOoms are always Inn church will h.! held nt the tins.

busy, but we can'Una time to do you: nf11'''. Tln.H. 1'. 111')'. to'i Nortr I Plac: for Ladiaa. GantlamanChildren. andA; )
J. K:, Futch has return- to .\1.'hI13.atf'r ,. A
work with neatness ,and dispatch.For I IMennunt Ktrt-ft. at :3 to: u'4'I.H'| ihhMfterniMtn. 't. ,
A tlsit 1 + to lii< fatnilj i
residenceon :at which a full atleinlitiic Quick Lunches a Specllt't ;\T Y
RentMotle'Broom Wanted Messenger boy, steady f
-
In iloMlretlMm I '- 1, ,,t1
East Main St., opposite the Catho employment. U. Telegraph Co. I ,
lie church. Apply to J. H. Hodges.Foley's Cheapest Store on Earth \\' J. Sherldnii Mild IntereHtliiM(
n. I.h''kK: of 1'lIzeoIUI ainong I )hl.. hate h.tllrn..1fnlfll .'
will little ilai'Klitcr I>> WOOD:
Cure cure and
Kidney.
.
CalnetilU STOVE
case of kidney rouble that is not becmd the visitors to \ jexterday.Want |M.liiiH In :New York w h.re they'
-.l-Two or three room suitable '
.I".ut| th' slimmer roust ilellxhtfnlly'
McCollum & *
medical aid. J. W.
> tor light housekeeping.; : Address. with rebttI'.us nut friend It I I" till i-1

Co. Box ll( l. City. n.HHMMry to mill that 'I,. SheridanIH .I
Tell your grocer plainly I that; joi Miss K.ll'li: Brandt i.f 1..II\'n..h.\ who School School I nun in tc IIIe happlcnt. fallow In tiiwnu .. \Vtl <:an "t+' ppl.you: iu an)', ;: '

want Blue Ribbon Vanilla and IKofher. haM been in the. citv on a .\'IKlt to ] t nt this timeTo I quantity t'r< mup oue ,'. thtrt1II
No substitute is as good at4
,
friends ha- re.tllru..t 1 to her home. StocK UII'r"I lust .arrlvcii carload 1

the original. Mrx .1. It. r.idir.'tt and\ chiUlren of Hue lour..-.. nn.' liiuUwhlcli

It. 1.. Page of Lyons Ga.. wan in tincity North Carolina, will !h.. placed oil the market nt once I }
:
have rfturnfrom for All the K. WltAt'Hl "
having come on account Supplies ."r prices apply t. \ .,, d
.
yesterday
after a summer delightfully", IIlwnt. Ktcry: iiiitinnl Kiiarnnt*.l| In li -.t ihealth.
of the death of his .friend. Jame K strung nndonii,..-ti-iit Thin. 's':
.
:Nicely, furnlnheil. room on block a l-
O. Klvjngton.: join In''" square. to rent. apply In I School Children. I III a lot anioiiK the fluent e. fr hroiiKhl GAINESVILLE TIE COM Pill

There Is quite an Interest being at Sun to thl .sclhsi, MTMiiiall| >) n..1.l *< leaf' ,
1Jr..h.
or
front of Itaj.tl.-t t 1'b.n. >.. 4. ., i : .
taken In the toy department atvjV K. otllc I \\' It Thomas A Cu.I'rlrndr I _

Tallant's dry goods store' next dooito I of J It. Mrrchunt. hu.ltiessntansa.'r
,
express office Christopher, Mathewon: han Kun'tn TABLETS will .. .M tnleurn ))1 9 9t
r of The Hun. r Kr
Atlanta. O.i .< on a combined business Nort
J. S. Fisher Otter Creek was In tad |1,1..ltMur., trip lie expert tie tie! COMPOSITION BOOKS that he In till linll"|N...-.| at Miss N. !

the city yesterday Ho was on a * ',it,-e'nt ahoiit+ a NIt k. t
mission: having been summoned on | I INKS ran *go :Mr Merchant had the.. 11I1"'ur,

account of the death of James O. HivlnKton. : Spl- of Wfiidinr "UM ..itnotiKtlio.f lime In fall Injuring httns.-lf lut .riiMll Statlouer.;
whit spent' ) e.Ttlay! in this I Novelties Books : I
/ I IIIro PENCILS lami yc.ter.iny .!). suftrfe'I| from ,
l
ronililn l business. anti plelts j -
., ftM cti hcruorrhMgi of th< kl f
con
Chas. Voyle superintendent" .. -. lie r"linrh' |plenty| of rain In that PENS Souvenirs Sheet Pictur ", ; .
'tnictloii of, the East Florida T.-U. lute.iI. :Ml.* l I....uiora Vlilal who ,islet > .ar '

Company, l left yesterday for .eet I ,"hIc..1| l tlu* I'rmlixtcrl.iit. I'"II"I! ofTharloMe. .
phone .
. CRAYCHS 4.
| of HuhSpring I Picture Frames |
C Hteven-t l the jw 'r and . . |i f ,
Dunnellon and other.,'"p lnta In the interest to thin ( N C' attar a v.t< bueitu.vllt"r
.*, ,ii* ;a '"
of hilt Iliif ; c-It\ .-'tcrdHMr.. Si h.%.*..i.< U aioili SLATES .*l>ent with her !slants* tn-re. Mr and *,' :rl',
Pickett wa n : > Mr.l J II.1.1.,1.. tins. K>,tie lo Ih- '
H. of Xewbt-rry the MMtitK
A. \ i-l t"lI watch haslettoft5 i PAPER 206 East Liberty Street, l'GAIJESYILLE.
LEGAL CAP .
.1.1l..c.
isitor' to Gainesville yesterday, and rll"a'' cl"ltlartlll."t| of CIIUW.r (
( C'oiint Line.I
hi-" stiltrwrlptlon .' 1parr.utl.urg, t4 t' MU Vnlnl 1.In l 1. PLO '
while here called toreuew !
rereld u uw PENCIL BOXES h
Itoiohaw
:N lady, nt g.sel11siwsitlun -tI
The I un. :Mr, IM.kk..tton. tit nmiplUlied yrHinie
to ,
anal u
UM (|.TII French Mur grin mill. I nnd the. rrltidtition ..
iaitny
.. of the leading citizen throughouttint nf\hl; .> Iris i p''I..ar.1| to grind l HX ftl. rraf'!"'.'<'! ': LUNCH BASKETS the yo4.ii< i.....i.l.. l...r*, all 'a! I Atlantic Plumbing .
',' well known .
\\ n. and Is and oats ..,','rv jilt" In the w k.follee ,
i-i.rn ""h"t wl.h" her. eNntis'twl SUItr's I"h..r
I SPONGES I :
section.Mrs.' .
}1Mif'' iirtreiuuan I ..otk'1t.d.tnl I sitMr ......... I II 1 .

S...lGerd\in. lire II"'K Al ) r ita' ,'r Atlanta t;* I i .. n...... ..
ou u needed in the sail. I Mr 1* )f Miu mtt
*>.-rta Jernlgau, Is In Uie city the trsde b free .risk.. ..tut. .1.1 And everything Plumbing,
eiichr" after a cJ.llch.1 <"> ;
I.rn Is
)Ira egs "
and i .
.
Tt to. her .I|w r"nl&Ir ".a ...,.-**,'. I".I".UO. u. I.. e.'rwks, is, ,: school room. ))4..., /I >i< n-fral) ..((.>li* mt ..r><,iuiitt .b.
A. Jernlirnt Mrs tPrdinery fur ,-\.boft who will" \ : Steam and Gas Fill t:
grhib'btltn *''tln'I' itlnic o .. tit North: CMrollttA A Hfl T"n. !
popular"here MJIIHK around and make
MH! -.I! kai ii. W rif> fur par| ttr-slats. Come your ... if.- K' ea/et ..rt ut tlM lr thus 1 1."I" 1.- .+ J : .

1 her friend are al b Ca' i \ ..*..t.hl and 4o&- hlur .. r. selections before school opens. .cE '..t .< Hot !'slot.. .v ( 110.. ohort n-I'l 'ftr,, r ll.I +.

nth opportunity) to fp._ her 'i.'i* r ;.i ..tri flft- forn.*-"'" old ii.II.. 'ri't.'l. will I U. .l..l to l"rrii thfir. bt"t'J, .Y'S

,_. _. .t t,1; 1 Prices the Lowest. . .
-- - -- !;r...I" t.a rVlends. of Mr l! ". ..r.jut tn. .1r 1Ht h..ttb ,!.. hw. ". '

w'Iu. wl-, > I. he popular Uck t 5%/:. uioL -.- >*.-rtrrlra.by their trip. MririttuK '..w.., .. 5., IAI, 1.,

tU'UmUf i'oant I..Jane are ,,1..1 i !" A' stye .ii.l sal. h.. I"." . r ..... .... .,.. .. .

El Dorado Cafe i '.. ,. him -hlnd l the tIekrt .11,1. .' '. I If fwtt.r u. its life \tr ii.l Vr.r .

PHIFER BROTHERS ..... .. ( C
t_: ./.It.t ....."> .sr. /CI.dl) : " r .n Cbambtrrlaln'o v T Uy

Tt,' r ,_ .. .,w N s.. t..s 1I
.i. III .: ." '. ri ek.rk: P- Ia. aD !wilt.FIRST!' I. bur It

AtttfT OYSTERSIt. ..t auU nl ot >'rI.U ,.. Mr. F. 'r .1nl1 I

., . '. l' .. k will .ew..rtto. tie pohli' .t' t M
a matter ref 16>> We.l Mnttttr.t ,
*
psriA
: '"'. rv
'n'
ronfl) .ire in UII' I-'r" \\.r u' I-
thvm. I If )'.... know, r: ,' > s' I .Mi t '*>*! latest er *Oot s mmlMn ......1..". I..p.art....'

IW-.I pn'pf'eriy. pit,|',u't'l' I rI. ,' .. I .i/ A .1: tin *!M..*.. asMl a rnnll i It t emiarrrtrit 1 1'.rt..1 NATIONAL BANK I tl ''r4 PI'JC f.JooaT IN. Irtt

.1, U"u ).sa 01&" " 1.1 +rwt..d to the pebil tottt'rn t ... I
OjKer'ivqnin.rr.-f"l! wrt.' """; nv/tINS/
from 'tl..*. .*" si..I 0..1' r
whenway ''
..liouM. & be I J.n'f.a".1 1 I.>' ,,".. WI| :; a I i.riu .lpeat cithaa sod r.......1., ...A ..f.r. ....... tit.* JA5 M, (CRAIIAV I'J..0. U' .n or Vc. J. Is"ii

k....,... at a (tUi** i If tlw' ) are I I John...ltl.r.1'Irvsirr" of O--.WA., Uisitor aisaoeg the I v..... ..I'- '", 40 d... .d H H; TAMO ( ( ...",.. I.J J UKAMAM I. A-'I' *. -' 'I'TU E_ ..:.1..

tn 1.k..t., Mr 1s>i>r !I. et.t..tod f1 \-.
!
For two ..-.., Hi1. 'li'7.Tnand I / to GahaesrIIlr. I I der. ..I J- -.I J.Jr: x '

,.,,n'N jo tine '.- .I". : *.' I hv no m-. Mt. a .trng'"- to tlir rider All J- .uw... IeI United States, State, Conntj and Citj Depository ,\.......... -." b. {

,Ittown. ao.1 l have nave' '. l "1"TKy"iirr ....(il.r. of Halft-vtU.l havltic livederr tks' B..k _tit! r..m. di. ...A c )tit' 00t..L.A1C_'
.
*' : tb.- ClrlT war lie .tllII ..... .'.' -t .c.erw Mts.rirse .
J-irinn '-
-1 t." ) '
t -
.
oiioukl Bt-t1'!'M""' .. I :,;J. a hlo1h; regard for t.h.11, and I 1 THE OLDEST BANK 1 I' THE COL STY .a tsill

Open lr.every niiiet It' f. ;,. .z: he a5 g .a.t to *_ the mar t: of

later If ne.v F'J :''II1mrfcat pre;t.rr bel.. ..

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