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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 3, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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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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s VOL. XXIV, NO. 2K5( (GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER H, 1907 TEN CENTS A WEE

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BlG; SHIPS IN STORM ,I Given PRESIDENT Ovation Everywhere STARTS SOUTH.He Appeared I t BLEW UP EX-SHERIFFI I Fast ACCIDENT Paeseny.rTrain ON THE Wrecked-Two'FRISCO. TAFT MAKES PEA


I on the Route. I I Persons Were Killed.St. .
I Keokwk Iowa. Oct. %.From 6 -- Louis. Oct. %.-Tbe fast trait
when the i the 'Frisco road known as thi War Cloud Between U. S.
r U. S. Wai.Vessels: Tossed Like o'clock Tuesday morning Outrage Perpetrated, .In'OEi, of on ai
president wa awakened, ,at the smal Meteor, due In St. Louis at 11:30:: a.
raa'
CorksJi t tll of Gale. Illinois town of Merldosia by the by, Unknown Parties. m. was. derailed and .wrecked near Japan ,Probably Dispersed.

i *' fw .. _.' '. strains of a village band. ,,be was. sal l .. .... Dixon* 1JC miles,, soutawest' of St
'''' dom out of hearing of a cheer of som Louis,' at 1 o'clocJ: Monday morning
'TWO MEN LOST THEIR LI.VESLI."t.n.nt kind from the country people as wel LIKE STEUNNENBURG AFFAIF ).nd. According to official l advices received BANQUET TO THE SECRETAl

as the villagers lining the roadway and at the 'Frisco general office
all in a cheering rnood I here, two persona were, killed and
were Adck.
He .... Notable
a
V- John H. Furse of Savan President Roosevelt did not. however A* Former Sheriff Brown Was Entei\. one seriously injured Assembly

nah -Oa. of the Battleship Illinois,,. of the man Tbe dead TOklo, Effect of Which Was to ur
$ respond to any :) Ing His Front Gate Bomb Was Ex. : .

,Was One' of the Men Who LosTheir calls for cpeechet: His train arrive) ploded Blowing Off His Leg and Engineer Chambers of Springfield. About. Mire, Amicable Feeling I
here at 9:10 o'clock and was met at Missouri.
t"-een 'America and Japan.
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m Llvee. the depot by the governor of Iowa. Otherwise Maiming 'Him. !Mall Clerk! Frank E. CrisIS>'. of St.

".. Boston Oct.Wlre'le". dUpatch, Florida.Louisiana. Mlnnesota.NVbras. Baker City. Oreg. Oct. 2.-An at. Louis, Mo.Seriqugly. Tokto Oct. %.-The banquet In he
; <.s received. from the Atlantic uquad- ka.' both Dakotas Oregon; Wyoming. tempt wan made at 10.30:: o'clock or Injured: Fireman Stock or of Secretary' Taft given Mont
ron anchored at the head of Cape Illinois and three companies of mill Monday night to assassinate forniei sttll. night by; the municipality and
Cod bay. off the Barnstablo shore, tin. Sheriff Harvey K. Drown at his borne The engine' tad forward portion ol chamber of commerce and attended! ]

how that two lives were 10&t. twc The morning was" fair but a Ugh in this city b>' blowing. him up with a the train overturned the cars taking Japan prominent teamen. Jncludl
r 'vm el. damaged and the entire flee) rain began shortly after the part: dynamite bomb. fire and being consumed. the member of the cabinet brow

liven a severe shaking up In the storm .started In carriages to Rand park Mr. Brown IB in the hospital In a 'An appeal for assistance was sen'lto ) forth. a notable speech by the Ac
''M ,which: was raging In the bay. where speeches were delivered. critical condition.One Holla 25 miles eai>t of the scene lean secretary which made a splen

ivf The float. was. anchored on a leek Following. the address which was of his legs watt blown oft, one and a special train bearing: physicians Impression. After the dinner the
bore and only the strength of the heard by i.OOO< ( people, the presl of his arm badly! mutilated ot.'sldesloteroal and nurses and fire fighting apparatuswas sembly room presented a remark
ground tackle saved some of the bio dent was driven to the lower loci injuries caused by the con bent from there. scene, every one congratulating ei'
far vessels from being thrown on the of the government canal and boarded cusdlou Dixon Hill is a steep grade sixteen one else on what was conll'1derecompl

beach.>> the steamer Mississippi for the trip The outrage is similar In tanner 01 i miles In length, and theenglne Jumpedthe : te removal of the cloud that
Those who lost their lives were south. lie reviewed the display of execution to that which resulted In : track while speeding down the arisen* between Japan and the Un

lieutenant John H. Purse, of the bat. one hundred pleasure laupche In t.he the death of former Governor Frank grade tearing UII.a section of the States and tae silencing of the
tleshlp Illinois. and an ordinary sea..a river and departed leading the floatIIla Steunenberg at Caldwell Idaho. track and ditching; several: cars. Tb> satJ nalIst
'snan of the battleship Minnesota. Therefrigerator 1 of 20 We steamboat and the lit Mr. Brown was returning home and cause' of the derailment not been Mr. Tart began by giving th

ship Glacier dragged her tie launches.;; 'as he opened his gate the bomb exploded I ''learned for his welcome and the evidence
anchor and collided wltn the cruiser The president was, presented while woun.1lng Mr. Brown and Two Mall Clerks Injured. good will shown lie then referred
ti Des Moines, necessitating the sending here with a gold headed crane by Keo. blowing out tm? windows. of his house St. Louis Mo. Oct. 2-Official ad Japan's recent war and said
of both Y ssels to the Charles. kuk1 negroes. Ife boarded the boat The explosion waR heart; In the center YIII to headquarters. of the 'Fri.Co .- Americans were proud that
'town navy yard "for repairs. at 11 o'clock ard left shortly before of the town halt'la mile away. The !system here state that two mall Roo velt. with the prestige of
It More than twenty hours the great noon amidst the greatest display of! chief of police and county authorities clerks were Injured two locomotive American presidency hastened p

; .hlpa were tumbled about In the, bin boats ever seen on the upper Mississlppi are ,wholly unable to fathom any cause demolished and a number of head ol that was honorable to both Jt

seas which surged Into the bay. river._ _':.-__ for 'the deed and they are also wholly cattle killed in a coIlUlon near Ana- and Russia.

Lieutenant Furse was thrown up STRUCK BY HUGE ROCK. unable to obtain any clew to the ccnda! _Mo. between a aouthbouadpaagenger Japan's Great Progress.
7F avgalnst a hatchway on the Illinois and perprotrator of trrtC crime. train and a freight. Secretary Taft spoke of Ja[
'1110'! badly Injured that be died during I.tlundred I J --.- -
Yards th share Am
Man Standing F. great progress "
the. nlgbt.. A seaman on the Mlnnesota from Blast Fatally Injured. Lay In Walt for Victim. PROHIBITION VICTORY has had In aiding It and said Ai

L was washed uverHtowrd and Cleveland, da.. ,Oct.; 2.While putting Portland. Oreg.. Oct. %.-A special .,-- cans were proud of Japan whlc
) :drowned white pearly ;very ves.el! a cut through a rock at the e.na. from Balrer 0,.*., says: Two Alabama Counties Vote to Adopt way had tie cordial sympathy o|
?'e %ad some of her crow bruised b>' Owing dlan-Amerlcan Loud Gold mines, apiece Ex-Sheriff Brown Who away dynamited Dry Platform. United 8tatf.. This brought '

c burled about the ship. of rock weLgalng 14 pound. was Monday night and Just' r returned Talladega Ala.. Oct. 2.-T.Uadega secretary down tqrjtte recent r
1 Lieutenant Furae. 27 years old wan. from out of town to some mining for prohibition five to one. In tae
trip goes said
carried a distance of 42S yards up aside a of friction and"h' :
;* native of South Carolina, out appointed > bill by a dynamite explosion and property lie. was' found lying city prohibition received 304 to 77. ."Now for tht moment the
to ,the naval academy from I several feet from. the All beat but two give the vote In
struck Ernest ,Wofford! .n employee I on tbe' sidewalk only a little cloud over our frlen
' 'Oejorgla at the mine and who lives on a gate 'thelarea.. pests: Wre 'fwuad county 'at 1.184 to 833. Every beat In of fifty years. but the greatest

Rsatlve. Hear N.ws of Death. farm adjoining the mine on the back i blown to pieces'' and"'the ,fence shattered the county went dry. even ChUders-* quake of the century could not
f Savani24hg Oct. 2.-8ay.nnabrela- of his ,,shoulders dislocating his right t for some distance.* Tae perpetrators burg which has a dispensary, Syla. our amity. I do; not Intend to
r tied were shocked' when they received shoulder and cutting him up badly. I left no trace of thelr.deed ex. cauga goes for prohibition 252 to 34. alder details. I cannot' trespass

-notice of the death of LJeutenant He also received a severe punctureon ,cept a wire which extended' about 25: the Jurisdiction of the de-partme:
John H. Furse, of the I"nlted States the rlgqt lung feet north along the fence and then Tuscaloosa Goes Dry. state and discuss the events In
, navy at Boston. Dr. Underwood. Cleveland and went west 'about 3Q feet to the mid- Tuscaloosa Ala.. Oct. 2.-Fifteen Francisco, but I can say that th
w Q' The young lieutenant was a son of Dr. Head, of Dahlonega. were 1mme- dle of the road. It: is presumed that out of twentyelgbt precincts have nothing In them that Is incapa
; Mr. and Mrs S. S. Furse. of this dlnately summoned, but there seems tc the; assassins were lying ltt- wait for been" heard from here and so far the honorable and full adjustment b;
city He was to have been married be very little )nope of Wofford's re !Mrs" Brown and pulled the wire as tie prohibition movement Is 443 ahead. dlnary diplomacy:'
this fall to Miss Bertha Batchellor, covery. He 1*' 'a young man only entered' the gate.Immediate The ,city of Tit caloo gave the dispensary Tbe secretary In speaking of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Albert Still married a f>V months ago and has a : !)' after the explosion a 120 majority. while North said he did not hold that war
!I nan Batcbellor., of Uttleton. N. II. young wife and his mother d*:(\ ndenl neighbor of Mr.-Drown's heard some Port-:yuat across the river gave prohibition tlrely unjustifiable .when interns
The body la to be brought to Savan- on him met{ running north from the directionof 84 majority. Only two beats grievances cannot otherwisedressed. .
stab for Interment. It Is stated that Wotford was the Brown house. It la thought that out of the number beard from have ; "'''!
warned, fully seven minutes before the Mi. Drown had some Idea of the Identity given dispensary a majority. It "War Is Hell."

RAINBOW AT NIOHT. explosion, but did not think there of the assassins.! Is estimated, that the dispensary will "But war Is hell" he said ,
,. was any danger where he"utood. Had Mrs. Brown Is prostrated! by the be defeated by from COO to TOO majority only a great cause which can

wfi, Ph.nom.non Witnessed by Passengers he stood still Instead of running after shock and the physicians fear sue ; .- _. .. nettled by diplomacy Justifies! I
> the coming he ""ouhlb.'e will not rocnvrrMr. :
Ut on Steamer Mlnnehaha. >r lnK stone Secretar! ,- Taft said war
Atlantictransport : Drown while sheriff of Baker Traffic In Chaotic Condition.
ri New York Oct. 2.The ese'\pt'd. Japan and the United States w
liner Mlnnehaha, just In county \\ a.' diligent In enforcing the Savannah. Ga Oct. 2.-Traffic a ".Ime against civlnzatlon, .

'g .from mdon brmignt to port a story Rich Gold Deposits Found. law against saloon men_. and gamblers. on the Beaboard Air Line west of Savannah desired It; neither would gal

1; -of having *et u a rainbow at night. Clevt'Iaud lla. Oct. :.-The CanadianAmerican -- Sunday was In a chaotic' con thing from It, and both gore
WAR IN TEXAS TOWN. of washouts and the I
dillon because
of
and
Robinson
Captain a score Ix>ud gold mines would strain every nerve to
tt passenger vouched for the truth of have been prospecting extensively --- Interruption of telegraphic! conimotinl- It.
Cov. Campbell Asked for Rangers to the heavy storm of Satur,
canons by
the wtory. from their -I.OOO. acres recentlyy! purchased The secretary cfiaractrrlz
IIV\ tk nvll a retired tnerriiant of from K. K, peeves oft.l..nll, Prevent Further Trouble. I clay night Trains to and from Savannah the suggestion of war .. Inl.1I\
.' I'Ilftwbur'port1: : a 118, said that the tend l NV. H, Conrtrna', of Cleveland Hemlerton. Tex. Oct. 2.Two Yo't annulled, and every energy declared that Amerl"a'r'IEOndwarda
4 rainbow ..aPPfIAln"JUlJt before midnight and have struck come very" rich \eln. turn hate been killed and tae town : was bent by the officials to get Japan was as warm as
All that of Tatum. Tt*x. a small town near tins the roadway in repair
on \NVdnesdav. day pockets anal placers. This Is the In concluding Secretary Taft
had been occasional' showtrnTbwnrd here. Is In auch a state of excitementthe The Southern railway too, Is re-
there gaud mine whore Mr Reeves found : I had teen to Japan four time.
ii evening there wall a tlonrlng.Phut . pounds of gold In one pocket and 1:1 outgrowth of a dHyute betweeaOasiiler thine to have uetaln M washouts on previously been honored bvpnce
at night a mist settled <<
,.4 \ithe W 1t tor."AloDC :.<<. high:: i IU' 2 pound" some of which bank" and Sam Helverston. the local though It did nqt suffer. nearly to the fact that his. majesty ball
: about midnight" said :Mr"a went v *ry valuable specimens. Many'maIrr freight a= nt. Saturday afternoon extent of tbd Seaboard Air Une him an Invitation was dire too
covll peculiar halt circle of cotored rich strlngvrsliai tHit an appeal has l>ten forwarded I
; !: 1.'kt.t"n. *on.l .1 message of crod
riubt apponrfd In the west. Both been struck to Governor Campbell, asking/ that : Mistrial In Hale Cae.Tonn .\mrrlco n. and show* ttem th
,1 .n.Ja toul"bt"\1 l the "fOB. and Millions.* Hungers be sent to 'prevent further,: ltlonntrille. ? Oct. 2.--The was friendly to them.

r not as visible an the rainbow 'to' wee Cotton Spinners Entertained. troubU ;f' jury In tit* \ck !hale murder case ----
: lu the rtavtlme It was clearly I defined New;, Yur".t.t. I.t"rl.uu" rt'urexentHtlvoH I The trouble: originated In a controversy sat unable: to n,reo uI">n a \.,rdlct. Many Killed In Train W
beautiful regarding the payment of al .tfil >rtI I t. It is stat, '
.y and wan a i.lKhl: of foroUn cotton mane. and a m1 was nU Seoul Korea 0. HI
The remained In view fr,,'lvlit bill. H vt>l\ers were drawn I ,prt :it w-...r* conviction
pl.rnonirpon rarlurrrs who HIP to ta.4c'I.rt in the eli J rymert persons including t 'ty ,*31"lj ljHer
1. 90 l finally faded! and in A street battle Hcmb was nt murder In the first Je ree. with
inlnut M an away. !
x>nf,'rt>ucn i.f ">...on Riowern. p1nner; *, were.. killrvl or injure*
fatally 'nun.I..1 l-Tlemls! of the prlttrtpals three for life
and, I1HtnnrU.t..tor. to be held at Atlanta Mc.lunst! 1rath p..nJiU: a sen- derailment of a soutb oual tf
Dropped Dead. on Oi 7. H and 9, have alre.i.lyerrlv'rd Involved' divided Into !r'ncr aud oiic fur Kcqulyat Halt this place Tuesday. Tie
:and Monday a man named ,\dam0' &*, with the murder of LII
Kanaa.l'Itykt :2,-\Vlth the flnn! hire and are beings ent-r uns charged' ty' for the wreck has not beeaj
of the ul't"nln hymn which howas "killed. lip Oa\ls, a young girl In the East
y words | .'allied be r >pr<'sentittlvi of the trade --- -- ij j
.lult1ntt with, tils. SunHftnv.. scitoulclaps. ter. Seventy, additional foreign d..l. I Ilarker JIll: Cftntfr In Bristol. Ten.,.. on Refused gross L'ceni!
T.od lie With Pests Till \V<, P gate are .'xpctt here before" the Suffers No More. I March ::, List .)Icmtaonaf.'ry.Ia,. Oct
W. Va Oct.The. )
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bnri;.
Meet -;.tin. upon bis lips Frank verk U user --- '- hlontzaiuery city eouncl.,, unicfusrd
42 alnale. cut ht*
adore Huff. aged .
j "B :Mhr'ienrr, M |>roiiln", nt real 'estate I' Negro Ki is a "'.'hite Man. to grant lltrn.*'s U
man of bU (city dropped! ilna at the $7.000,000 Custom House. throat with a razor dying Instantly.suffered'! TalUdxa.U. tkct. :. Monday, to non whisky la Montgoaieias
lie left note Mylng he hart
el Second Ir ,sUytrrlmi church MrIMItvhener New York n..tThea new sev> a I' ihortl before noon Jesse Br> snt. a .. ro debate licenses wr
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ill his life from an Incurable dlea |
was :&1 years of *&*, en million tiollur! <<-u.lt)1)bous.., In end to itell. roung while man. was klllrtl at the .d to 161 whIU saloon L-E-
----- and thought Wt to put on
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Strike of Book Binders. owlln& (!rrt>n, which has been seven I. plant of IL. PIsnsem': Ohetrkral com -- - -
t. NeW York Oct 2A number of ,ears In bu'ldlng.: wan' taken off the any by a r,,gro. Ollle Barclay. Bry Cholera Likely to Sf
.strikes of book binder belonging to iand of the -"'rartor Tuesday. Its 'China a Constitutional MonarchyLondon. ant wa* a mon..y tender and had gone St .Petersburg Oct 2-1

the International: Brotherhood. of Book practlcall completed However, > Oct :.-A special dispatch 10 seeb.. negro to collect some ectloa through! which tk4Ustera '
Binders *"I! lake place. In. several rltlea. he t lacludlax N M ,uA'o' k, .t'J lcaro ,Lave the principal emcee: probablyrill Issue a decree 4eclartac the neat the negro struck. IJfJsnt over the tally declared to tt Itboleia. a
sad Boaton for the enforcement of not boP l quartered there much bore *- Teromnt of Chtaa a coaaUtntlooalroearnk7. mead .Ita. shovel, kiillag him The Great apprebensrested )
., file e>tb(> Lour wotk day. the end of this month > ie*n> escapes. .i. lb. h..4.t.: vl


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SCHOOL TO OPEN I DO YOU GET UP AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION. .1'


WITH A LAME BACK? Missionary Societies Entertained at

: Home of Mrs. T. F. Thomas. '
1 MIDUtE OF MONTH KlJney TrouN: 1'1:1YU: : ?Si!"cratj! .1
:, The l.ndlp Home and
Foreign
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ve . 1 : " ". ''I" r.i :mil !bl Is'' CASTO
Mli-louar SjclpMes of the
,crh: "... Lo illtl'iL &. .. ...;'.-1: I : First
: .: Methodist c'ei.:.rtu were entertained
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Proaiissa to tu-; : '
i Superintendent Kelley Ij D,. II Kiiuur'ib: ", ait :: > I at the home or Mra T. F Thomas. jlj.t< iJ

,, Begin Term on 14th Inst. :% :::;; ; I 1 1. C:" :.;r...-' l K:'. ', "'''!4t Slain street X.. 1Vednesday afternoori __- -_----_- -__ For Infants and Children.
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1 TROUBLE TO GET A TEACHER l 4i It is the great mtdi There were n number of both BO- The Kind You HaveAlways

;t ill: triumph of tht cletl4t16lreMt'nt.! \ in response to the invltatlon .
I
i jl\ilJf I\ jJl:, I mretcftitli century and the afternoon was passed _
t Whom the Superintendent Deem the ;I dixu\errvluttrrrnrt i-- -- -4 = -
in a most enjoyable manner a pleas- -
Bought
of hcieutJfie reseurclrby
eal Capable Person-to Fill Position a. 8 J
!Jr. Kilmer, theminent Ing program and 'refreshments being JCVeCe lablePreparationlbr
1 Principal-None But First.Class kidnej* and, served.As similating toeToodandRegulallng -

(r Instructor Will Be Accepted. bladder! specialist, and is wonderfully hack' an entertainer Mrs. Thomas has theStomadvs andDonms ofr Bears theSignature
lame ,
successful in promptly curing ,
!: )_ c >
t. demonstrated the fact that she is
While the /majority/ of schools of uric acid catarrh of the bladder and a 41
Iinght'4 Disease which is the worst great success and the ladles always 1E
with regularity on
the county opened form of kidney trouble. delight to have the opportunity of her "
Monday the 30th ult. through the *.Jr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root inot rec.omtnended hospitality !
: for everything but i if you have .! PromoIJs: 1>i< - --
misfortune of being without a principal kidney,, liver or bladder trouble it will be I ness an iRest.Contnlns neither of
It became necessary to postpone touml lust the remedy you need. It hu!! Death of a Good Lady. qptuoirMorphine nor Mineral.

1* the opening of the Gainesville been tested in so many'wa"5., ill hospital Mrs. J. A. Reid, mother of Postmaster NOT NAKCOTIC.'ow .
Graded and High School with the re- work and in private practice, and haproved : Arthur Reid of JCewberry
oHiicceHsful in every cave! that a
"*' melt that there wero a number of dis- sprciil nrraiiKement hay been made b,' died at the home of her son on Sun
wrOGtD'SN2IZP17L7: B
: appointed patrons and ambitiousatudinta. which all readers of this!! iMjKjr who have day in the sixty-fifth year' of her age.

''t This delay however could not already tried it, may have a Sounp1ettt1e Deceased was one of the most wide ..QxlerrIi'.LUrdla:
,4 HOI be remedied as Prof. Tom Meitieath's snt free bj mail, also a tool!; telling ly known and most beloved ladles of .
more about Swamp-Root I how to In I
successor could not be sea find outif)'oulia\ekidney: or bladder trou- the West End She was possessedof .UJ-

,cured in the short time Intervening blc. AVheii writing mention reading this!! a gentle sweet disposition! always "BJ.,c.Lw. -

.W .*nd the date for the regular beginning generous! fjlTrr in i this paper amiend I your kind and attentive to her friends
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of the school term. odilres"to Dr. Kilmer "'\ and iier death will be generally re a UseFor
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& Co., Jliii Ii initon. -. ,
C Superintendent Kelley states how- TIle Urg 5 4 'J gretted. A perfect Remedy for Cons
N. V. regti: 4I :.. tion.Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea.
school will not E" The remains were' sent Monday to
r ver. that the open fifty-cent and one- I
.Convutsions.Feverish-
later than Monday the 14th Inst.. and dollar sire bottles ae nom.of a.uap-Itoot. Indiana the former home of the deceased OverThirty
old by all good druggist i Don make ncss and Loss: OF SLEEP.
Assures the public that arrangements where the interment was I .
niut ike. tat retnenil the name: ..
Y will be made to secure a first class any Swennp-ltoot,1). 'InicrN: Swamp Root held lac Sine ie Signature Z

and capable man to take the principal and the address i. i ghamton. N. V., on : Years
.verv Friday's Football Meeting.
ship by that time.
tMttle.-- NEW YORK.
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All those Interested in and
--- -- football
'>t Aft has been stated before. Prof. -
,]dcD ath. at almost the last moment. NEWS OF CITY AND the organization of a town team must
remember the meeting to be held at
dean in the
,was tendered a position as COUNTY CONDENSEDDr.
:Mississippi State CollfKe for Women the White House tomorrow (Friday) CASTORIA

at a much more lucrative salary than evening, and must not fall to lend
=CTCOPYO'WRAPP R.
A. E. Carter of Mlcanopy was
their encouragement to the venture
be was receiving here and bin ac- .
{lt ceptance of name left the principal- among those: who spent yesterday In by being 'present.Lieutenant .- ewe eCOI1'AUIi..__11". "..9... .....

this: city having, come on business.C. Louis R. Hall ..
t hip of this school vacant and Inasmuch I commarv-
as Superintendent Kelley would H. Weeks of New berry, salesman dant of the University la manifesting

In the store' of Tucker' & Roland was a great deal of interest and doing a
have but a first class Instructor
4' tioiio Ilot I __ __ __d_ -
..,."': "to succeed him, there has been some n business ,\Ultor to this city j'e ter. of work in an endeavor to get aiieetlng

trouble which caused the delay. Dr. day. and make n thorough organization I-

'Kelley Htates positively however Superintendent' J. 11. Cutler of the and his efforts should be sup-

':, that the school will open not later 'Tampa and Jacksonville railroad has Ported and sustained.

v1 :than the 14th and will open In first- returned from an official I I18It to Paatka -

class shaKj| Death of a Child.

The patrons of the Oalnesvllle, Miss Mlra McMillan has returned Information has reached this city j

Traded and high Schoolrealizing I from New York' where she has been nf the death of Willis the three-and. IS THE IDEAL SUMMER DRINK

Superintendent Kflloy'n position>> and visiting t her sister Mrs. Chas "'. a.halr year' old son of Mr. and Mrs.

,reall..g the extra efforts he IH making Smith, for the past few months. Joseph Wilson which occurred at .:When the genuine is bottled you get an

to secure n teacher are bearing Newberry Monday. ideal drink of Coca-Cola superior to ." \

'with him In patient There will be an Ice cream supper The funeral was held :Monday, the that served at any fountain.. Just ex-
and dance at Will Tucker's at Hocbelle '
the of the Coca-
t, Interment being at Forest Grove ceme- actly proper amount
on the evening of October 4th '
tt>ry. Rev. G. T. Tyler conducted the' Cola syrup is used; just the proper w
A Modern Building. for the piano fund. Everybody cordially eharee is used to carbonate the water. The
eremonles.
1?o Gainesville Is rapidly coming to the invited. sparkle, flavor and purity is all there, because ;
) Friends ofIr.. and Mrs. Wilsonympathlze only the distilled water is used; with the
f? ")rent as a modern city and about the I purest
t J. K. Tutee, a prominent merchant with them In their be- ,.tS [arenuine Coca-Cola in sterilized bottles. Keep
In the city in the
modern thing
4, .Test of Archer was transacting business eavement. it always in your refrigerator and drink e
.4 ,' office building of The Gainesville _. .. .
new ( the bottled article wherever
in this city yesterday. Mr. Tuten --- -- -- > you go
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National flank reports an abundance of rain In his Death of Young Lady.

fft These offices are on the second section recently,. which has had a May the year-old daughter of Mr. Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling Company

'$ iloor of the building known familiarly tendency to injure the cotton crop\ and Mrs "'. \\". Weeks, died at the JACKSONVILLE FLA.
""i; a'1 the Kndel fblock. but which haw
materially as the fields were' white home of her parents In Judson yesterday

," ": tow come into possession of the bank. with Hit. budding staple with no morning after a brief Illness. ----- ..._--- ---- - .- .- .------.--- --- _._-
: be entire building has bo >n reno\nt-,
ji .
f means of harvesting the output ax 1 Deceased was a young lady of affectionate
l 4d and altered, and no city In the labor In th., cotton fields Is \*>ryscarce. (dlHMiMltloii, and was loved

country! can boast of a inoro modern by a large circle ot friend, who will r

'... ,office building learn of her death with deep regret
Dr. I.ncretlii Rohh "I.'tll| to return
It Is stated that every odlce in the GEiYFRAL REAL
'l't and today sifter un. absence of several The funeral will be held today the 2 L Z
his been rented
building already '' '
. weeks during which time she! has Interment being I at Pine Grove' ceme- ( / v
'Will be occupied as SCM>II as the ulteratlons ge
I are rompleted been In attendance upon| lectures and O 'q D

,. .- ..-.-.. ..-.- clinics In. Chicago; anti I'u\'t'r. ale"' GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA.
visiting hospitals In these cities A Irry.TOMORROW'

week was spent ut the Itattlt lre .kKitnlturliun
ri-iWe which institution needs :' GRAHAM BUILDING.V .

no lntnMiiirtl4iii I to the ue.'svllle I .: II.UK: Fun SALE

)1""It'| l Needless| to soy. I>r. Hoist's' OIK' fix-room lion-.c. ill :North < ..illi.-.\ill... ju-t ..n.' I ld.| s.k incise friends send patrons will extend. her 'I'll. assure my life tomorrow"Thal''e HlliI,..,.I. .'11 Ciro.ot": lot .-"t'1! t....t. .I'rut. 'y'UtiNi, .

a cordial welcome. in North Iaiu.r\( .,. with lot I hK !l/l.l fe.t. Ti4i4i
"
: I ssl|I. |loll how .1.l know
UNDERBUYLikewise er joii $ ,mi"-u-n |I'r it'nt do\v II, :ill! !(> j I'r month until paid f,.r. J IK' >u-* T '>r.i ifor ,
: The -ornlii; State Fair will b.. h.I.11at tin. .,.. i+ uin< to 1 N. any toin..rn>w for : $1 j I'r month,

I _Atl.inta tin, October loth to thi ,< J >OH" I Tee imety.five n.,+i.i.'ieeu. 1"1. ill i'itj, limit.. ah Inch and l drv', -riMnl !l.sae
tr ? >th PlM date of sale for thexo It i 14. the Policy ill tonlOl).V Y tion., Irontiiii; on.. iu.f "tr-+.t ; clertnc J )islets. city "ato-r ..n.1 all the adva .
.. lint i to the widows| I tm.- to !I" had ill the citv !I'r1.e. reseit.g; ln>m :t-j.I)') io i :!_*.'>" "Ml-t t n
tickets will b from October Ji>th tOotol.tr > lCO'DI; pnitiHt
.
|I'r i ni down, "lo )I'r moitth1'I.MI
1",1 l orphan. HI t' tOlllurru
22th: Inclusive Parties In ,
I : 1'tt'h PioiMUTY! : Him t'--",' art in i-,,"'iti.>n t..nn:'arsauna
: the Mule of riorlda who il.-vlie. totako :..>nn tinu. U !h\er'n tv o days| -- the ,
,... "Itc'r luo t .tpproxed' ai: t III M|l.'re in th' >oiir tomorrow will all pa-- into )iNnut _
Ibis trip can get rates either I '
h'rol.y" _
UNDERSELL from .lacknoiiv or l.lve Oak at the )...+.vii.n |",'r.e nt of Mil|| th! atli

\erv unit'h reduced rate of $x,>:1 fromtlle I ,'hailllo4'ul.,1 ill tli. I'lilted :Mate* itrulfitll I l1111r1t'1fTrrr1t1"trftti,1r"1ff1""rtTrtT"it"-tT1'; "!, ; , " " ? ,;"!" ; ,,! T

4 oak nod relttin or $iO.3=- from ;id* layThe =

4k little fellow that buy la..k 'M"\lllo and return Final limit -
The
: ESTABLISHED 1869 3IH.
i lit the tUket-4 IK nut liter but Up toy; EQUITABLE

one piece of this and one inMiilKht: of October :2Mb, These ..ri
1 \i' ' H.ttl-l. within ONI':
during wt n
; piece of that cannot begin to I tickttHiktltl<' p.irly's mlmlHHlon to 1).Vuft,'t ,.ro".f.. uf death wenn*- '

with the Kroiiml- I for further and de !...ivisl Vhfn. claims i nn< n.'t )ptid i! I
compete our prices. tall.sl Inform itlon. write\ to Frank. (* ntenloitslcly. it !. usually diH t>. d...hon .>" F. BUTTON & CO. I IDEALEK3
the. of l Is' in ulnutting
lIu) laton, DI.trh.t Ia*."tiK t'r .gent.i I part the nctleisry !* -
Atlantic Const T.tne. ..J.k".u\\ .. '' oinplt" > |1'11'|w>r''' = .


WE BUY IN CARS Farmer Union Picnic.Tho 'Ia'i COUPONhill ., I I.NI '

out and mail to C. K. < i..liurtn
farmers of this section of the 1".111 .\'nt. ti.tinirvitlr F14"itI..ut -
ALWAYS country have foriiitHl a union for their

mutual protection, and with ale... \\ "ol"lIlittill mjlf to
city Island I
+' to rt Helvlim better prices for the prnwt ISea
SAVE MONEY for our- nets Thee membership In large, and ",h.ll U glad t4i hv' )yt.uMiitl Cotton I

r elves and cmtomtrs. la Increasing/ every" day UK' full particular "v rilinjr

The Farmer union, all the niem- your new *.TVM\KI Nosier, for

hers style th.msf'h.Ill hoM a 1' I.A.

grand rally and basket picnic at $. . . . of In.urn 011 the UiiUiUiiUUiUiUiUiiUUiiUUiI.E.
www we
GAINESVILLEFURNITURE MontcHxrha on Frida,.. October IS. at

which! time matter of Interest to the ife of a la-r+..en yeses of *<"*.

farmer will be dlscua*>d.

A cordial invitation Is extended to Name .....
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: the public, and a good crowd la .x> 1. .B
COMPANY .
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TO HAVE do I take Cardui"? writes Mrs.


A NATIONAL BANK TOOLS } "JUST FROM GEORGIA"I I "WHY Jelemma Mullir:; of Odessa, W.


F L S. In Atlanta Constitution.A Va. "Because, after sufferingfor

tint National Bank of Alachna i several years with female-

in That Town.
I
Organized If you are a carpenter, ur do trouble, and trying; different doc-
Breeze from Blllwtlle. I I

WILL BEGIN BUSINESS SOON your own work, our line of The moonshine stills have H OM-,{ tors and medicines without obtaining: relief I at last
I six pallet further from town and the ;
walking i III found in Wine of Cardui. a golden medicine for all f
Capital Stock Will Be 2SOOO, and Tools will interest 'UU. o bail InJ"t't weather my

TIle, Stockholders Are Among Someof The Ilillville brethren are not ills and can: recommend it above all others for female
It
counting the days till Jalmar1.ut '
Men of Alachua and
Leading "
the they're storing barrels of joy In which'- complaints.
Gainesville-Election of" Officer.Iachua .. Disston Hand-Saws. they mad be aide to ride the dvhifie, i
I Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache '
\ Is to have a new bank to Hatchets-all kinds. We don't care about Wall streetWe headache;
as the First National Dank the at home in thin section. andwe're '
periodical
be known pains, irregular, painful or unhealthy; cata-
of Alachua. This Is another evidenceof Hammers-all kinds and sizes. the boss! of it-when there lit)
the prosperity of the people of that one else in the houe I menial flow, and all ailments from which sick women

progressive town which is one of the Brick Trowels and Hammers. HUh III.. will not l-e in the l're>.itleii-
Joiidest in the State in proportion to thAi ra<..- It'w aU>ut all ee ran tlo suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate women. A purevegetable

population.This Automatic Screw-Drivers. down thin say' to kee{> two miles,
medicine for and
girls who
women
arc
subject
bank was organized Tuesday at ahead' .>: our trltillation: ,

Alactua by the election of Dr. J. C. Automatic Drills. -- to the complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefited

Bishop president. T. W. Shands andC Adam .and the First Baby.In .
vlce and I over a million who used to suffer as do.
-presidents
\. Williams !i Ratchet Bit Braces. 'TI..- Stork Itook. Newton:' New you

G, \\', McCall formerly cashier of kirk sUe. this picture ofdaui. when' At
drug store in $1.00
of High Springs, cashier Bits of all kinds. .. every bottles. aI
Bank
tbe he: dUtt>v re | th* r rt little strsrlserin



will Bell lams.The be directors and J. Dr.W G.V.Roberts.J. of C.. this McCall Bishop.S.new J.of C.Ellis institution Alachua.A. E.Will-E. :.i Chisels Levels-wood and Squares.and iron. I with plates the a Ihi.hnue"Who il.irktnlng left' H'"t".ot'k.t::that l.ro'all here?edition" he he ileiuaiulM ontem of himself I I .I"I..ene.e.Llur WItrr.pI.11I'_ .y.11..l\'p fully...snit'us.01 all.f"A you"awe+.k"l'.IJZ'rLR IDNr.non f.M..',.L."..M.eA .hl."..,:... WINE i C:; A R: i 0: U I


and Wm. R. Steckert T. \V. hands Everything you need in the Tool IA.duln.Lo.I" tKNt.ve..e,.. T.... 0 F

and Chas. A. Faircloth of Gainesville.The The stork Adam .t..ar-I..n t h.' the
new bank will begin with a line. cunning little thing?"

of $25.000, and already has anusurance I *
capital The Sttirk -hti-u -what with the tf
of a very liberal putronage. :. crows pulling i>|I' buy torn in the
Its stockholders are numbered among BAIRD HARDWARE CO. I II priiiK., and the stork leaving thiiiKt ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY f

the best and most conservative men like this around the house In the fall"
BuiKlinjr Material, Lime, ]'la't T. I
and Gainesville and success <
of Alachua says Adam "m>' life IH getting to be .
U assured at the beginning.This I (.Vim-lit, Lath, Handle*, Sash, A good deal of a burden!" r:1: %100 z'pO..t8c:1':

will give Alachua two banks. lUm)N anti Door E. E. VOYLE. MGJR.A.b .

" the Bank of Alachua already being ---- --- BETTER THAN MEDICINE. : .traotf of Title and foil information furnished regarding lands la this
established and enjoying a fine bus A Large Pumpkin. I eounty Our manager ha lived In this county'! thirty yar an*' ?
. ( I. thoroughly ..onver.ant with land UU....
ness. One of the largest and finest pump Breathe Hyomei'a Tonic Healing and
bank will begin business
The new kins seen in this section for a long Be Cured of Catarrh.. I

about November 15. time was that brought to Sheriff 1.. W, Nature has! a reined for catarrh "I E -V-O-Y-LE. ,

Fennell by John G. Dampier of treatment that tx far hotter than
IRA CARTER'S MISFORTUNE.Ankle KIKE. ACCIDENT BURGLARY ANI INDEMNITY INHUKANCE.voting :. Iteir.-
Hague on Tuesday.Mr. lag the stomach with medicine a number of prominent American and Kngliah ooapaj>U.
'Dampler. who Is the E'ffl'lt"ntchalrm.n I It Is the healing oils mid balsams I HEAL KHTATE AND CITY LOANH.
Was Severely. Sprained as R<
: of the Hoard of County of ll>'oni< i which medicates the air Ga.:1.D.es-v-1..1l.e F1or:1.da:
suit of a Runaway Monday.Ira
Commissioners is also a successful you breathe, reaching the moat remote !- - -- .
J. Carter one of Newberry farmer, and as a token of his friend' I air rolls In the nose. throat and lungs! ESTHER 8. JORDAN. W. W. IIAMITON t'

_'(known) young citizens was ;i a ship to Sheriff Kenitell he brought killing all catarrhal germ, and r.*ntor-

visitor to Gainesville Wednesday. hIm this pumpkin.The lug health to the mucous" nifinhrnne |
Mr Carter seems to be a creaturi I JORDAN & COMPANY
pumpkin was on exhibitioni In using, llyoniei you are treating"
of misfortune as far as receiving injuries '
i the office of County Clerk S II, your catarrhal trouble with the only I
by runaways. In concerned. Jfew | Wlenges during Tuesday, and attracted !r natural remedy, for It given a curative !I

months ago. In a runaway he I a great deal of attention. r air bath to the air passages: '" that has INSURANCE

sustained a broken leg by bolnj as powerful: healing and antlx 'j>tlo

thrown from his buggy which t'aust'dbls Collection of Licenses. effect aa that found In flu mountain I PORTGU HI OCK ClAINKSVIl.LU. FLORIDA

confinement for several weeksHe where the pine forest give off their
County Tax Collector D. Dickinson ,
was Monday the, victim and in jumping of another from runaway thE'- and City Tax Collector T. II. Ellis I fragrant; and the healing Invigorating lialxauiMlireathe and. h'I\I.1 I I Fire. Life and Accident l' : )II r\\ ...d b 01

have been kept busy for the past two
.
vehicle in which he was riding out 1 -
how
Ilvoine and quickly
days collecting occupational taxes for Ing see yen I f
of his ankles was severely sprained will get relief from jour catarrhal ,J r\/\/' -I. '/" /'"
the coming! year and Issuing receipts.Collector I
Mr Carte: owns a fine farm midway troubles. J.V. MrColluin & C\i sew _
Kills states that he is experiencing I
betweep Newberry and Gaines no many cures even of the worst eases I '
less trouble in making

three vine, and double on this teams occasion to the was farm taking from collections he has this been year In than office.at any The tllnt"sln'e JWt of raising(catarrh of mucous with frequent offenal!'sneezitig breath I ( 'If You Are Insured. )

Xt'--berry to assist In harvesting his dropping !In the throat and spasmtsiicroughing << '! _
pIe seem to pay with a wngnenH.which ||| ,
crop In some manner the rear team that they feel 1 warranted! InCelling _
/: .. Mat. (1.r"l.ul
IH indicative of tJ.f fact that Iu a Corupauj that n".Jtf1ultbl., m I'ollry<<
became frightened and unmanageable,, they are prosperous and have no ( ll>"ori,,>i l under. an abnolut* :' \Vritt-n With Liberality of '"olle, Contract sad the (JUIIlJ'.'" 1
causing the teams In front to runaway guarantee to refund the money If It "'.,. I.o.... I'roniptly 0
plaint to make. 'om'j .
and demolishing two wagons d.H'1I not do all that l I" claimed for It. ..
Mr. Carter was leading the trail in a They will take nil the rink j .
t'iKgy when one of the teams ran Napoleon Bonaparte II I You Are Assured (

Into the vehicle, upsetting It andfrizhtening Showed at the battle of Auterltz.! I ; ..
MOURNCRS IN PANIC. '
his horse. I he was the greatest leader In the ,- That no<< serious lota ran ovcrroiui* you wuhntii jon<< hat ....m. .
world li.illard'tt Snow Unliuent has .ruacft. t.
Suppcced Dead Wcmjr Climb; Out cf I"
THE BERACA SOCIETY. shown the<< public It Is the best liniment Her Coffin. I

In the world. A quick cure for \N in .. \'' \.ft. Ort 2Ie.- aliven I
't I' *
2ightful, Reception Held at White i rh<'urnatisrn, sprains burns, outs, etc. of 1ir4i! "1'" .1 i M.rr*..n.: .if.' ,..1'ia Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance. C

House Well Attended. fA. C. I'lttfl Rotlphfin Ia, na>'s"I: farmer 11 .1.I'nirion.: "wfr.' t tutrH..II.1 ,

.: Meraca SO<'lt.Uof the First I use Itall.ird'a Snow Liniment In ray lag hr doftt) user il.. cafflti It fee' 1''' NOII but Reliable (;orn .ul... Itepr..ut.t1. :nN
ttv! /list church entertained a large family and find It unexcelled for nor minutes befnr ale ntffl'.' r rrl\i .1 to _
headache, corns In fact for lire t -nd rite when .-h.'I
auiuU-r of friends at the White Ilou" I' client conduct I 0
be reached by a .. and wit dazed! look I i .
Tn} .day evening, the occasion beinga anything that ran f>H'ld :il" :.111 > ;.1 t trllml CUSH.MAN.:
faculty liniment" Sold by1'. M.: Johnson >.' r vptlon In honor of the
There wa- s i 'ir ki flf nionrr,"r" t..r. .). OAINKHV1LI.K, YUIt1DAi
and students! of the University of Information: ohaerfulljr furDI.hood. :
New School House. the ,'p' n air .. in.'ow" herbs 'u- ii| nexlt
Florida. All Methodists over the age *
of ixteen were Invited however, with e C Fletcher, a successful contractor and .the* Tw rain -'.At-rf.1' *..rn.'rt'.n<> )nrt tl!! n a I /, ,/,/," \I ., .," % A
the result including the faculty of Hell was In the city Tuesday .
that i ihe
paU--f.f r l .l.1116.. orr hear remain I-
acl: students of the University there on business connected with the s a. oallnl 'o rotutiuf .etvirrs rn'"i m

nearly two hundred present school) board him at Ins due r. The farnllWM* ";
The evening passed In a most tnjoyH. Mr Fletcher has jut completed a poor to have phy.le+!tsn. and the .woman

(., manner a delightful Informal nice school building for Siiwunite fell lute a ,."(It"h. In hlch -orrnialn Fay-Sholes
-ram having been carried out. !>**- school, In the Went End which<< would d tare ">r four da). tier'husband !

LIB refreshments of fruit purrand do credit to a much larger dl.trlct. 'hotiher nml an>) sea!

af 'f.rtpd cake were served, raid al- The patrons and trustees were well for the und..rf..k..r

t', 'V-r the occasion was one which pleased with the building. ____ I Typewriter

"hog be remembered by those Danger of a Strike Averted.

ere so fortunate as to btber*-, Tri'.ee Friganza In Tra-n Wreck. New York. f't rMl! darner rf" '
LIJHUU: :
f'lnclnnstl. Ohio oc.t 3 A "P'. 'rlke. of tfc.- i,>.rii: ... enrtneffn on frw jr "' ( &\O" k

Timber. vial paDiZer fain rr ", <.1..1.: l .an aD Wanted Hardwood
c.n the HalUmore and Ohio earning: h-- v......1.. all from this port b.a ..aCII' > Tlir: JiAKkKTTabulator
nrown-Jentng* Hardwood Comff member of ."Th* Orcblfi" i6trt rig the Ar**>ri' an Zg Puss' t nn avert
Lake utter. Florida. are tbe ran imo ih* rear rnd pJ The d'.U"h.1. .hlch were to g' 1 i u 1i
cal company
t market for large quantities of of a rr.'I: i ,.' 't' acre and e. a irio ..nfr' Tu .'!'avmrr* for an :n UnlYfR5Al[ nnOOARD I i -N- :
:; !' white oak and ash timber I. result se.-r4: fj>.'nin, ft tit the rom snags In .s.ze .> .-f..1),.. I' prig 1Nv.fr} Machine.
either In the ,4ri..e .' ..' rit'., K* ' 1I .. '
offer to buy it wen .:,jur- : Cor' 1''-f>r ..r I nil"i -It"r 4
that pan ... T.T ... "f .*.-i *'
f sawed Into plank.ow :\. t-nt fh: /, u" 0"" .Ior. -1 .
rice of pine Is off this I* an 1"rlgsn:y :. ,, 'If e'.r, a' .. it vi b) .-pri ...Co. .* ', *.* of l*>' Lightest $Hh.fl Lightest Itunoingf Th.Chsrnpion
. ... . ... 0' a .4 $ Writers| of th. World !
unity for sawmills to work on oitt1'' iMr .1'..... .. :.t L eta "wak''ci; .eThpan. and .n p.ed f
.
In which there Is a profit an F"y. -- actor a.uflr- : tt n.l t.... r: a. v.. aims F.,- *hII'f,.,. >'ay-Hhol*. i. r

offering fancy prices for such ,J..e *'i.li)*>.,lll* than any other msehdn.
This also affords the tie l lms
st..lrcrrtrC.reeralize
Often fcingleUotccif' A)ef
'*ho are equipped with U>atn mill completely l control night , For Hal lyR. . c
.. to get out loch at a rood \ 0 Dose&'as of children. It i* a strong med- I
: .' doctor't medicine entirely free from
Jacksonville. Pla.AlACHUA v vl.
full Information regarding ,I Ietf M alcohol. Made only for d aeries of Furl the C. DAVIS & CO. ;
.n-leIcD".J-.Ifll..l asi luBRt.
-.. addressro.aJelings! \ .f k+, r'. throat troachlil to bet :

Hardwood Co f 4H.euI.I..tIw'J.J.A., ,-,', T"- ..... Jw __ formula on ei h late fJSL/yy .' t
Lake Butler Florida. |I

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J I'HE DAILY SUN: .GAINESVILLE ,

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,.;( IN MEMORIAM. ,A Square Deal
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J dpi "t*assured you when you buy Dr.Pleree'i Newberry, Oct. 2.-George Dunham
if Beautiful Tribute __Paid toStrlripfelloweby family m.-.JIclne.-ror all the Ingredl- and son. Carroll left Monday morningfor -_.
.f Brother Masons. anti entering Into them are printed on
,'to .. lit the bottle-wrappers' and their formulasare their home In Iowa.: They spent
01 Whereas.Is? has pleased LutuJght)' attested! under oath as being completeand three weeks here guests of Mrs. E&
Go4-'to' remote from'tbls *life out correct. You know Just what you are A. Oroff. tI.If

Y1 I friend and brother Judge' R. H,. paying for and that the Ingredients are Mr. and Mrs. Peyton S. Fortson
being
gathered from Nature's laboratory .
:Stringfellow.\; and s- selected from the mot valuable native visited Dutton Monday returning the
; Whereas, Ills untimely demise has medicinal roots found growing In our same day.

.,..- cast sorrow over the entire commun American roresaraMdjghllepotenttocurc Mrs. T. J. Johnson of Hawthtm is
hanol I J> nto the most
are perfect*
) ItT a sorrow felt Indeed by every delicate woinNiaWgnllJTTiijT* Noradrou here on a visit to her daughter Mrs.D. .

f.j, one' who knew him and I eP G. Roland.

Whereas We feel that in his death Miss Sallie Garland visited Hernan-

Jbf Masonic Fraternity, the State the V i ee L- n do last Friday returning Saturday

'; dunty and the community, have lost re C. C Agee possesses Miss Mollle Swindal Is visiting relatives -

"r"", 'one; of their ;!J.t.'and most high- being tntrliUic a most meaiclnal rsluable propertl antiseptic oTlts and anti-own in Jacksonville this 'week. CK :

!,{, to n,eel citizens: ;, om.In whom there was ferment, nutritive and soothing demul. Ruby Henderson returned Friday .
ii'BO.guile a man In whose bottom there cent.Ulreerlne. EE
; ; plays an Important part In from lirooksvllle. where he spent the
t V S4pulsated! sympathy and love for the Dr. I'ierce's Golden Medical Discovery' in past two weeks.C. .

,. "Wi>l(9( ,human race; a man that even weak the cure stomach of indigestion attended,by dyspepsia sour risings'and, R. Osteen of Urooksvllle was R

X,*;4j tlti>..CBll4 could approach with ImUU heart-burn foul breath, coated tongue here a few days last week guest of
'it.,_..;....a_. poor appetite gnawing feeling In stomach friends.
f' biliousness and kindred derangements -
,
l<: was a noble life, full of generous ef the stomach liver and bowels. After a week's visit here to her
''*>, all the above distressing Corn Whiskey
act&. ; than when Ailments Ilesldes, "Golden curing Medical Discovery brother. J. F. Ruff Miss Ola Ruff Rye or
He, was never happier is a specific for all diseases of the mucous left Saturday for Lake Butler where
.C&vlng comfort and ,consolation to membranes as catarrh, whether of the she will teach this winter. Express Prepaid
nasal passages or of the stomach bowelsor
'\( others.His pelvic or< .{, ever ready smile and cordial stages It win yield to this Hernando this week. I
'' of the hand his patient face his edy If Its ose be persevered In. In Chronic t Hose's "Ask the Revenue Officer whiskey, is rich ,and mellow
; _'P miss.He' Catarrh of the Nasal passages. It Is well, D. II. Methvln son Bob and daughter. -'. perfectly pure and full of nourishment-will restore strength: and
'f"", sympathetic eyes, we shall truly while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery" Gertrude spent last week In .
:' :had for years been an Intense' for the necessary constitutionaltreatment relmihl tI.UUf''
relatives.
to cleanse the passages freely Georgia visiting
'f"8u." rer., with neuralgia; yea he suffered two or three times a day with Dr. Sage a Mrs. Cubberfy of Archer .Is here
,' always, and at times, untold Catarrh ..Remedy. This thorough course
Mrs.' Arthur Full $3.40
of her daughter Four Quarts
i'ij .agonies; but 'he bore It without a .cases.Io f treatment. generally cures ins worst guest Reid.

? coughs and hoarseness caused by hron
murmur.
: fiche Methvin of Dut-
,thial throat and lung affection,except con Miss IJllle
'l[ Me was sixty-three years old and uonutlpn In its advanced stages the"tioldea ton was here shopping Monday, andvisiting Express Prepaid on Southern
'was'a Mason for forty-one years Medical Discovery" is a moat efficient rem-
Li: dy." especially In those obstinate banr-on friends.Mr. "* Express LinesIn
',; .He dearly loved the order and was eoufbs canned by Irritation and congestion of ;
i fam-
.. the broncblal mucoua membrane The"!>!"* and Mrs. Tom Swindal and
1 )i prominent in the administration of Its eovery"Is not mo rood for acute coughs arJet. visited Judson Sunday return-
i affairs. ... from sudden ('Oldnor must It be expected ily ordering, specify lye or Corn, or both
to our consumption InJtt* advancedtaee ing Monday s |
:t< He was an omcer during the greater / --no medicine t win do theV-but torah
UM obstinate chronic coughs which. It ner- Dr. and Mrs. L.. R. Weeks pfGainesville
:part of the forty-one years, of Mi con acted or badly treated lead un.toconnunniUoa. *- .
are here, guests of Mrs.Tucker. We have given the name "Atro" to our best grade of corn or
jinction with the order and his\|Bath .I It Is the bass nedlcine bat can be tak_
1. 4I rf' Masonic' fra rye whiskey; It, Is, _the kind, physicians and specialists have prescribed
't,la a disltnct Ions to the Mrs. Rufus PIckett and little and recommended far medicinal use. It Is an aid to digestion -
.. ., ternity. HIGH SPRINGS HAPPENINGS.
x .. daughter of Jonesvllle were here shopping a stimulant and a magnificent tonic.Ve guarantee: Atro Ryeor
*.; In an 'humble way s
Desiring, even '
Monday. .. Corn to l>e the cqusliof: any whiskey to be had for the money,
'fi4to pajr. a tribute of respect to High Springs.' Oct. 2.-Miss Minnie -
and if a trial order Is not perfectly) satisfactory we refund your
;i.I'hi. memory we, the memberof Cole and Miss Lula Adams of Savannah -- +
of Hawthorn Lodge No. 103. F' and< who have been visiting Mrs. Lest We Forget money.

"'J r v A A. M., H. Mcl. Grady have returned home. Baby.; la restless, can't sleep at -,

rt BYed t '
'1;:'tit6eifiimily. and relstlvpt' Our be Ala., has been'A\'oisttingrfrlends In A, bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge .. A ,
.. .
Gloved brother our .most profound< High Springs. lie returned Satur never tails .to cure. Every mother make it a rule to-ship every order by first express.

I ,Sympathy and cp olehrce.-\We woul day. y!! ? ihould give her baby White's Cream

.;>'polat them to his spotless life a rlcl The young people had a dance at Vermifuge So many times -when: the

].Iletttalge. Indeed -.end to ,the Great Qrady's hall on Friday: evening In- Mtby is pale and fretful the mother

,[c\Archltect, of the universe' who In taking honor of Miss Cole and Miss Adams. loss not know what to do. A bottle .

: our brother 'to Iflmself. has only School opened here Monday undermost or this medicine would bring color to

inealled;! him from labor to refreshment favorable auspices. Prof. W. its cheeks and laughter to his eyes R.M.RoseCo.JACKSONVILLE
Give It a trial. Sold by W.. M. John- .
5- 'Resolved. Second That these retioi -
H. Main of Walk rllvJlle. Md.. is principal -
i. Dilutions be spread 4uppn tte..minute! and has an excellent corps of ion. '"I J

'$) of:the lodge md that a copy be given teachers The new school board of Murdered as 'He Sat fn Chair. FLA.,

:r, :to the family of our brother. trustees A. E. Summers, J. I.. Sharon Pa. Oct. Z..a..F1'ede'l1c'
\,, : olVv.these at the Sharon 16 W. Few.:(Ith Street.
That a shrfuger
'Resolved, Third. copy Grimes and J. C. Le Count, are per- engineer
sent The' Oalnea l of the American Steel Foundry
if resolutionbe, forming their duties In a way most plllnt
wal'l"'murdered by being shot A CHATTANOOGA. TEAW. ATLANTA. GA.
'
grille tor 'publication. company
,, Bun gratifying to the patrons of the school.
\ We shall in the head with a rifle. The shot
>;?: Alas! our Brother Alas! Hugh Futch' has returned from a
";(:,never more behold thy face on thintroublous delightful trip to New York. Iloston. was fired through an open window Order from nearest point.
while: Dahrloxer was sitting; In a chair
but with the' hosts,
earth, and thf'1"Jln
Nova
: St. Johns f3egtla
;, !
,
:> Two forwixneM. George Shlnno and
the choir .
who have Joined
W i etafciiM, t. East.
>* John Ilota have been arrested..
(t\l''SIni: umerabl.. we shall meet thee and Mr. James Daughterly of Jacksonville -
Jthere .with thee abide. In the lodge olF
: visited friend. In town last week. Fatal Fall from Coal Chute.

', .tbe Most High God. not made with Miss. Mary Man visited Mrs. P. TnillanUon.! Ga. Oct. Z.-Reuben ............................. .e...
,'bands, eternal In the heavens. P. Wood on Friday and Saturday on Orc.'r'rptl'' from toe cost chute Sunday

:''. JNO. D. TEKTKH Secretary. her way to Newberry where she will Light at 9 o'clock: : and tiled at 12

,,. be principal of the school for the' 'clock." lie ran the water pump at I AGENTS WANTED !
Card of Thanks.We
ensuing term. Miss Mann was principal bis! flare but was" temporarily help-,
ti wish by the kindness of the edltv of the High Springs school last 'ng to load coal buggies for the r

,;"tor and through the column of The year uud made many friends while rains of Sunday night. -. lie was uo-
.' \1D, to express our heartfelt thanks her. narried. TIP-TOP CONTRACTS FOR LIVE: MKN.Commission ( .

{anet our appreciation to our many Orphans' Dad was observed hen Ht'rwwnl : Pnic1.!

,i.'trte; da of Newberry and mirrouiidliiic at the MetliodlMt: church. Rev. J. I.. ,
.
UNHAPPINESS DISPELLED. -AUI1RlCECIL "::> -
t'?Country_ for thu aid comfort and Yentas mademi earnest appeal. foi

.* Dipathy they ",huw'd1M In the tlmo the orphan sees sad ._... v......... A..t It. WII...I COX

.#,. trouble nnd Morrow over the 111s .- Many women weep and wall and refuseto Manager( The Mutual Life Iimiramv Co. of N. Y., JackMtnvillo. 1101..aa. .
and death of our darling little THE NEWS FROM MELROSE. be comforted because their once magnificent
;:Don, Willis Littleton who pushed! tresses have become thin and =. ..... a..
faded. Many men Incline to profanity
J way Sunday morning;, 5ept.9.: 1507- Mrs. H. -
and
:M.-It-one. Oct. : -:Mr. because the files bite through the thin
Sincerely" \'011inl'lzky' returned last week from' thatch on their crsnlums. It will b* good
'ft f MR AND MRS. J. W. WILSON: their ttununcr outing. news to the miserable of both *exe.. to The Thirty-FoHrih Year el----
learn that Newbro's Iterplclde has been
.J'ittI' Newberry. October 2. Dr. J. C. Itavls. optician, who hat placed upon the market. Tits Is the new

.... been spending several weeks here,, alp germlcMe and antiseptic that ac st
tl.' Julius Caesar lenvt, today for points in tho South. >y destroying the germ or microbe thatIs list 'ell.'s..Boarllilll and Day School
sickness the underlying cause of all hair de '
but .
of nerve
Was a man Ultlttr"paul'ood left yesterday tot
struction. llerplcld Is a new .preparation. -
J+ left Its mark and be became aged Gainesville! to attend the |>ubllc school made after a new formula" on an Opened September 16, UK)7, at 8:3O a. s.
f;: "before, his time. Sickness Is oftenMsused there. entirely new principle. Anyone who has

to. / by a torpid liver. Herblne John Hugh Koblnaoii of Anterlcus tried yourself It will and testify be as convinced.to Its worth.Sold TryIt by 1). 800 WEST MAIN STREET H. :-I UAINEMVILLE FLORIDA

.)'Iwl11. regulate your liver and give you 01I I In 'visiting at T. !.. Robinson's. leading drugirlsts. Send Me. In stampsfor -- ----- ------- -
\ .. ..Ith. Mrs. Carrie, Austin Hollun.p Wilt Minor of Starke Is In Melrosefor sample to The llerplclde Co.. De-

Kansas, writes: "1 consider Herbtne n couple of weeks' stay.MIssM troit. Mich.
the best medicine I ever heard of. 1 Florenco Italdwlu took a ssclal >. Two alM.-SO cents and fl.OO. Advertise in THE SUN

4un never without It:' Sold by W. M. examination in lnlatka and In. J. 8. Bodlford *V Co, 8pe>ctal Agents.

1' Johnson. . ... '
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: teaching at Satsuma Heights. ,- .. -.-- .- ---+-- -.'.-- ----- --'-- -- -r- -- - - -------'-- ----
--
'i .._------.V---------- O. C. Husband and hU brother,


. places In the South '
: "Olt est Bank in Central Florida"A
e Fred Ford Is at lake' Geneva paperIng ..

and painting some cottages that << -

\Normal Institute have cently been built. f,

: ; Call M. \"f'ftrwood l leaves soon for F. DUn\1 OFFICERS IlJ1tECTORM; I.c.rperatsd:
. .. I TUf[ DUnOn Danl
I I Texas. 0. K. nnooss!:. a.C. .
t RAISE YOUR GRADE-That raises I I Mr. :McMtllinn and family of Orange a co. W' K.t"Y THOMAS' C. W. CUASE.AN .
Heights spent Sunday at :Mr. Year Full Paid 575,000
Capital.
South Florida !
.'t your. salary. The 'r.c II F DUTTt1r. the Dutton
woe*! *, vieerre.
k' Normal Institute will give you the ]I .'tu"II"Iltbt. the young Iwoplemet B K E R S't Go. ..:. H O Uc.GAINESVillE.. FLA. J. fAULTSn-111.Bank'
I Ifi .
r' Mrs. Yearwood's for a at vseea'tes "
at Spear
J.G. :
In raising your grade. nciiot.s
beat help
i I octal time. The C'.enlnJICaa spent' t"t.l bed .. 11 TURMF.R. ,
Couth Florida Is the wealthiest and ;; t+...,. ....inu.. I COUNTY and A. J. TH03lA5. 1M.
and rnunic.
in
). games 1 cln'I I
:.ft ,most progressive part of Florid. It w a..TUOIIA5. I

& the best .. &:fea. It you want For Over Sixty Years
.a pays good school: In South Florida at- Mrs. \Viulow's Soothing Syrup baa A B aA >koM tr at>K. 6..e tmmf itmaim lee mat tkaa a qaarwr e4 a caatarycowate dial M is knows ttrsgisad tfce malr/. Act -

end> the South. Florida NormaL been used for children's teething. It el M rciia i. CerporataM. FareMrv MJtawa.TWreer.per .. Op.ratse a.Jl LJS

cf.\'JI'or Xtuthcr .particulars address soothe the child: 'oftens the gums seat peJ4 e 'Thsw CrrllsVcetra+ ef >Ptasstt, ,; ; v ,i t. '6rM s- *is- as. to i vy am. ,'
.
v', '. """I. ... I allays, alt pain I".., cures' :''4.oUc.., ,.*nd'.



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II THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, OCTOBER H.: I 1907It


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o A' L.'II<r CARRIAGE BY WATER.In LEST WE FORGET.

y r 1'tn ori.iI I I Ii q

a recent: : discussing. the i 1 It IK well to keep In mint th>' tH"- 1

construction of the canal betwe tual facts of the political I C".rhl'UI\ 1

tbpPc.somo: ft Oalo.-We. .. Hamburg and Bremen by the German fund thi'tn raised at the lal'1

.a..eoa4dwaiafnatterm at . Government Invoking a treuiemloi moment in the KK H*>V.*.U ('ntlll.alI01

outlay of money but saving trans>t>c tllurrimaii.. at tilt' solicitation of th.. t
.. and Publli.hCHy SNOW
:H.H. McCRICABY.::-: Editor tat Ion chargesas tl> in excess: of tht' J'r.tdt'nr and t"I..t"It't| by eortf'l'uu l t

-'. ... outlay The Philadelphia Press said: cUll O.1.M1 That Ht'llt1,1I'lU1"1'4'r,
BURTZ......... _.. F.41IOr. .
J:
JESSE .It is a singular thing that Ameri<' Theo>\ York Sun putit i In

PRSWITT.... Supv Composing RooaOFFICK has, up to this time been * p..a1_ rY
the value and advantages of Inland tober Jt:: 1904. htt't'n days lH-fore tht'

w : PORTER: BIX3CK.M watt'rway"'e hear now and the nor election Ohatrtnaii OJ*>11 of the :Ne:
S. TaLal"ROM" a 434
W.Main Street the need of the deepening of a rh-t'r York Kepublican Mate Conuuittee re.1

TUU.T Sew,published every morning e.. to make a harbor for a cltvho"t' IiIlt4't) ported the State to be in clanger t.othI for Rh umatlm., Cuts,.

.pt rail JoI jwUy.delivered of the by United carrier States In lee poataj city.or was chosen before the day of larji;" as to Uoooovelt slid lllttglim:: I A Sure Cure Sprains Soras. Com Wounds. Bunion.. Old

railed to any a year part*a. o ** month; '1.25 thero.th.0' < ships; of a canal to Join two lake i On October .Nth Kdwnnl H I Mairinian Oal1.. Bruises, Contracted Muecl.Lame Back". Stiff Join....

3eefor IS 50 cents fi. Bve weeks-strictly 1 in of a safe interior route for war Ae was" called i.t I Froatad Feet Bum. Scald.,eta
Irritation subdues Irxflam.nation .
eels paralleling: the Atlantic Coast AN ANTISEPTIC that stops
advance. __________________ I I On October lath Mr llarrlmaijounie and driyss out Pain.
from Boston to North Carolina. but Porn loosens the Fibrous TUni**.
in local. column in cent a line \'t'tl Washington and notice
Reading insertion and 3 cents for each addition surprisingly little is said or thougt ed with President ittwsevelt. I premotea a free circulation of the Blood giving. the Mu* ls*
lor flat of in regard to any general system of natural alastlcity.
_iea I I On October 21>th Mr llarrhnan r...
.
*or'display advertising made known 00applka'tJ.oa. Inland *ater>*a:>s, No amount K8T LINIMENT: ON EARTH
t Bate. turned tc, New York City and got Intn' ONCK TRIED ALWAYS U3tIED
.
of computation can make it adxantagi;

Due to neglect: the waterway, and wt'! action
fowlpaper RHEUMATISM
The Twtee-a-Week. Sws is an eight-page. ] On October :31st eight; days befog CURED SCIATIC
bUaed every Monday S1T1and.y shall add vastly to our resources.! 1 In. 1 I
.
i .
r.aa election know for a generation a.
aixl contain all the news of the dustrial and commercial if we opt
and general, and will 1 be Dough lUiin the State OO.OOO of 111,.. B. JL. 6 apeoo. 500 Crslc St., KaoxvCls.T .
seek, local State our eyes to obvious facts I I -writsss I IMT. base trying tile batla..,
om.,
of the UnitRate. Mr llarrlmai
free to any part the $2:: '>.uOO raised by
Bailed postage advance. The obvious facts, to which Th Hot Bpciags. Ark.. toe sciatic hewnatissn, bat I
*or Canada,for' .oo*jrear-in I I was turned over to Chairman Ode Ballard's Snow XOalm t
Press! refers!, are in the admitted liability Ct- mote relief from *)
--- for use In the slate of New York than ....uda. or anything I have ewer tried.
t bills become due after 6rppearaace of the railroads to meet the say
All advertising advertisement unless otherwUstipulated i, There wore sixty. county chairmen to I XacloMd sad postoflk* order for $1.00. Bead snlanr .
/ of demands of trade and tI1uut'n'e. The bottle by fkmUksrB Bspcess."
contract. Parties not known to i u- be appeased sixty county chairiueinot
in
in adMace. volume of business in the t'nlto I' THRE& SIZES 33c sec AND $I.00
nil be required to ply for advertising accuDtomed to disappointment otIknigh ,
: Address THE DAILY SLN.GAXKBSVIUL States hat" grown to the itolnt of outstripping 1hiy.iaectiun B. MNta YOU OCT TUB OKNUN8
*. Fi.. the railway in its (capaclt ; I
for transportation and the previoteglect day was November: : Mh Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
the vernacular or
In Republican
The Lbulslana bears are reported to< of the waterways has ght'llplace ST. LOUIS. U. S.. A.
New York the word "dough" mean i
have seen their shadows. to an earnest: demand for the
money to corrupt the voters of the
adequate Improvement under a fixe<
State and we have the assurance t'Edward
The Atlanta: girl who was wedde policy of the general Government 1 In I II. Harriman that GOOt.oVOt"lI

ea skates may find herself an author which the merit of the stream its c'a", were changed MS the result uf !
ity on them yqt. ;acity for Improvement and the tot 1 the fund collected by him and fOX. JOHNSONGa
M:
Cage it would bear. If improved wile _
ended by the Republican politicians.
Curious how Moscow connects Itsel > the test applied to the question of

!In our minds with the ready foot Instead mprovement.In .

of the glad hand. shaping that poll. In bringing Considerable complaint hat' b"*'r S. MERCHANT&COs

\ It to the attention of the genera heard recently of bicycle rider w.'htmouopollzf ,

lovernment and-more than all-li the sidewalks thus .en
A Democratic nominee in Pennsylvania Retailers and Jobbers t.

is named Looser. It Is to be he results following the National angering] the safety of pedestrians.

livers and Harbors Congress hall there, Is a law against this, and 1 If
cheerful one.
hoped he is a
lone a great work. Not the leas' omplalnt: should be entered the! of Staple. and Fancy Grocarias

The fall collector of -first editions part of the work baa been In dlsplacng render of this ordinance would be sub ,

neglect of the Inland waterways lected to punishment. Riders In BOOHnstaiices

ran now class get yells on just track Issuing.of some col1t'geand md substituting an intelligent appre are very reckle.s. and sonic. rain, tardtn. s.... and. FtrilHztrs.KDT1J .

elation of their value to the trade and limes it in said become Insolent when
getting HIDE SQUARE i t (UAlNKHVIL' FLO HI DA ,:
against {
ommerce and complete developmen .I pedestrian protests
This is about the date that the moth
and the winter wear part company of' the limitless resources of the sour jut Into the street In order to let th..mpa"t1. Hiha.. market pries paid for Chlsk*>ns. eggs and other Pnxtus.

but it is no fault of the moth. ry.The - -
Improved Inland waterwajrould --- - - heel Cotton H..tf keel
A Complete atoaa ol Hay Corn Oats Flour, Bran, ,
not be antagonistic to the rail The Lakeland News has at torl>ed and Ry, e. We hand only ths VERY DEBT Roods al the LOW.

Muldoon, the mender appears to fay. There is a volume of trade and The Sun of the saute place, and Henaor EBT PR1CKB. sad guarantee .'......Ion .I I wars.UK .

have operated upon Secretary Root ommerce more than enough for al1 Park M. Trammel), formt.'rlydit.ur .--. -, --- - - - - .. -' - --,

with entire success. Bully for !Mul- with freight congestions ImposslbUrith or the Utter paper>> will devote M* ,

doon. the Inland waterways adequate! Mitlre time to the practice of law [ OAK. PBffiT P[ HUlf 3 RAILROAD ((0.8ch.dule '

Improved and with freight; charges re tie rays a matt of his ability has ncu .

George Ade's new play is entitled aced thereby lessening the cost ofthe lnens trying to edit a country new.

-The Land of Dollars." He will be material or the finished prod. Effectlv. April ::10, 11100.No. .
raw
IRI.r.l ___ _ -
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with audiences of -- -- --- --- -
lucky U it takes uct to the. consumer.S. .
Ne N N....
No 1 fins
tense wives who write "Alest" I I No 5 No l
loving t/.rl1eea
These ; hillItsalbir MuaUal/
STATIONS
iMMUU.ly: Da
V.Ur a.AM .
IJ"
of their hubbies Pius
H. RUSH one of the bE'stknown on the tombstones -
A scientist tells us that a fly can journalists An Florida has met" wit; ought to add "At Last." 117".. PM r14 Msit Arrlk .. A.rt.s Arftve, ;

do more harm than a buzzard walk forth --- Le.. Le.. Laws An'h. w /s
an affliction that will call the ---- 00 10 1.0. IJv. ()..... 453 40 10
he is bald s t t.v ) i I.TAr te i.e. is L. S 4S
Ing across the table. Bet empathy of the press throughout th<' Knnna:: Calve enthuses over Amer t r. Ip : : tie t.,410*r$4 I Ibwtlnt I u 11. Arab : M Arelo AnCona
,116 tea I.. e wi..
headed. Itate. Hl r' o. ly brother I- B. Rue. ca. Two thousand dollars a night I Uapt :' sly It 4. Avis ., __Ms/OJus.ltoa Farry' . ... I_ iv t Mt 1..aOl) I.. N

ot' St. Icicle, was found drowned In to have that effect. ArlO 4relliIJ a'_ r a 610 at Af AlIeeJ C H ....al., '.... $pr1.... I.. 1 is ... I r- .a 7 aLI_. M?

With an Income of $19 a minute a Indian river last Wednesday evening - - _tlon mad at tiuwmat' "'.,. for all ".1.. u sad true u.. t>*. ..... IVrrr, sad a* Y

man can afford to assure young men lit' had evidently fallen out of bill ---- -- lion awl Information Mayo Junction.. K for* p.M>nii.,.co o,.Alton...' _and lilt oU.er all lnt Un.,.*....<'IUI.bt'n.i..o>lntaKor ..11! tea
that health is better than rlchea-also attack of heart disease iJffass REVIVO llutkllntr IJv.i>akTMUMAH .
launch In an ; .tw n Ii". toe ta 1've.k1.bt. M. I'. IIOfKINH. llonrrat l*.-....r Af( 'r1 F
cheaper. It t la! supposed that his death O<"curred RESTORES VITALIT1"Madai IWWIIWil. f4w.Oils, KuiaiiiA. ,

bout midnight of the Sunday |>r vioui'he -. -. -
Summer Moon has been indicted for affection between the brother: i

participating in the Idaho land frauds. waM very trong The shock of thone

Doubtless he could throw some lighton \\ s U exceedingly severe to the curving WellM.ftof ,

them. ,' brother who IN Inconsolable THE ..." FThOARDAir

ovpr the loss of one no near and d..ai' ru.3111iZ'F k

Four Kansas crapshooters were : to him. Only those who hat, laM..1] _; J __..L- O XLf72tlti12,7Tfl

t.t.t'd tlOO. and the fines went into I rough; exnerlenceM exactly lm.llai.in p.[ow.rtuilraiMlqulok.lr....'_ fln* r..ulf, In ao.thr. It.set tall,,

the school fund. A sure way to teach I (.in fully sympathize with n griefeep : IIn You_men ecm. retrain' tk.lr Icmt n>.tii un>l save.".
ttirlr yuuihrul TUrnr t1.Ja.lne
old urn mar IM-OVV Line Railway
i'in a lesson. an hit, or appreciate the vancy MKVI o. It rj'iirkiy" and quietly tf
life which here. ...0.... N..rYa.-.. twat VII.la PhrueI
his
In .
I it leaves *' I-'aiHr. M.rawnr
Ijtutt I wet
rucfc
\\I kn >aii a
must be lonelier than ever Foi r._tln4C/ I), ...*.. arvl elfrrta<>f .eIS. '.....>- <
Now that an Italian chemist has fter and 1n.u.rr.tiw..hith Dnria 0_ f.I CAMDEN SOU.
covered a fluid that will turn an dl"1 Sam HUM never married nnd Is .now .isrevs imt3rtM>.lB**" or marrla.. It. nnt on'r carr SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, ,
ll
wtatof Jl-a l>u* is /rrru
the
mal to stone let him discover leole ur llnir representative. olila .by.,Btartln."e ....at!.. and blood l>....l..... l>,)<.*" .. TIIEHN PINES, RALE10U. RICHMOND( ,

thing really needed, say that will turna Immediate family --Jacksonville'Imesl'nlon is k too the rink sir.C-t! ; ::: .l.It*lfc a.rea st**l sn reortav WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA -

ir.a4>j>la.dl_-". Iii.l.,oon h...li>. H/t1ib. ,
tone toward. a cat. ._- r rarr i In >.* v e k.*. Ill YORK.
-:- =- :.o.ft'floJ p"ern heks.ie, !: .!:fora.Ou.. W'i i NEW

physician say "nnJ<<'_lyl .'lrr'. ..,.tea aDd r igll"h::
An trr.d.1r
that its .. Clrrxuant
found
The Kansas druggist who .aIJI.ratlnll lr fmmrmntr .. ChJ... PI 3
$1.400 l i a dIIlPallf.. What an WYAL SHOtCIVC. CO. Manse 8> . a. r

its*orth month's of whiskey sales and Included$4.50 of drugs. calthy public he must nod.I For Bale !. OsUsswrllMi. riorldm. by Two Elegant Truiuw Dally: I

much worrled-can't understand I I V. U. Jofcnsns). DnM ls<. g
very
REWARD. $100. EXPRESS
$100 ----- SEABOARD
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how be came to sell BO many
Crags: : The readers pf thin paper will be MU Ar.0 WOMEN.

to lean that there U at least I .. .,. u,.,......,_.' SEABOARD MAIL
'plf'arwd has .t'ap' .1... ..... ..._.....-0 ..
dreaded disease that science .. ,........ 'f. ... .a __._
John 1.. Sullivan's statement that ho one and := ., ,... --.......
of bPfon able to cure In all 1U starts wa r..w. -. .... ..., -...
elected mayor
uld hate been
Cure . .
.,
}tail'- Catarrh lvt.iDtr r 'ar -
*ton ten years ago had h4't' kept ia.t Is Catarrh ..,A ... .......
ttive cure known to therdleal' .. -I... ....... Modern Pullman Equipment
!*r bows that his statement* are I.i the only gee Catarrh being a -s. ,.......... t.
. .. .
than his habits fraternity 's / .' t
more sober now oostttutlonal dls.e. requires a con % tli' W 'Y gar
re then .
treatment Hall's Catarrh
--- - ---- Cure"tltutional taken internally acting direct Jamestown Exposition Line

Vhen Marion county vote to prot -. : the blood and mucous sur The
Old Man Iy upnn
and
the sale of liquor- thereby destroy f.'k

will undoubtedly follow suit to fate., of foundation the system of the dlreaae. and A ti q ; .'L Norfolk Va. r
the UI.
.tnam Alachua county will have no InK boUd.Inlt ,
the patient .rr-u>rth by :arJ, ..
Ufnr
Uguous "wet" territory. a. Clay nttltuUon and assisting I.. r3ANoc' 0 rr r;:

,nty will certainly vote dry on the up In tho doing' Its work ne Ares csOCU .. '. ... Tlr. I Excursion Tikut on Hal, Daily.
aturw ,
t
f r t !
day of October: hate so much faith 1A IU ., . ,
rletors ..
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-- offer 0
-- - -- powers that they .. (
,
tiratlve .., I
.i
.
p
.sll <
It on soy
ambla and Franklin 4"Ouoti reIn tondred Dollars for any taae that For fe.t I isforrnstum sod dl..t-f reeereslloaa\ .
the former for list of tsOal icy writ ,
the wet column (lie to cur. Send is 1S.atwrd. or

&g against prohlMtbMX by about JDOD *' Addr*** 14 C JOYS JtttJ'C JsA*. Atsufr h.e.rsl fks*.ngsris Ag.sJ /. t

;v majority and the later by 21 The F- J. C21ESBY CO. Toledo. O. .Iso.vll.* *1a. ,e.rrnw,_?

t h.1WUc.cisau' .work** mlouJy tor I Scud b,r Drugs '-u. 1. .f' ..
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: GANESVILLErFLOWDA OCTOBER _
T 3,1907JL


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AN UNOPENED PADLOCK. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.NOTICE OTI.;rFOR OIVORCK.IB .
';li THE ZOO BY NIGHT. JEFF SIMONS
the Clraol Court KlcbtB JodtetaJ Circuit oFlorida. '
IB and for Alaehsa -
CoimtT In
:'f'GI.'I,.. Eyes In the Blackness Give) va.-...'. Stratnoo .Rollo That Dofiod tho OF INCORPORATION, l."baDoen-lIf. 8. Brown ..JCtoMe Brown DBAI.BK
World's L.okamitho.In Divorce Order IDbHooUo IK
t'( Flavor of the Wilds.
< m
) went Vienna It appearing by affidavit*Pf>ooded to&be MU
'fit TIle average grownup who vlalta the 1810 a blacksmith to Notice 1* hereby given that on the Bled in the above stated .eases """EbWo
and locked an, iron band around tree tenth of Brown, the .dete1J4a.1 "tbereta named, ie n
day October A. D.
It rather dull sort of.t 1907. we
'e JBVO think av i evident of the State of Vktt-ftJa, and boo been Fresh Saltwater
did with the
,t 9ow. for tbe fact that the animals are. with a padlock. What be the undersigned subscribing incorporators. baent from bar reaklenfoe for more than atxty Fii
;..\captive robe them of all the romance key no one knows to this day There Intend to apply to the Governor days preeodiiur order ., pabUoeUon.. end 1
Is a mirthful legend' to tbe effect that of the State of Florida at Tallahassee la concealing beveelf au u.t aerriee of eab-
'I them In their Bad eBoot .
that would attach to na- poesy proeeae nerd upon her
tin be carelessly threw it into tbe air and for Letters Patent Incorporating THE and .. over tae 'Bare of l.eau'OIIO
r .Ii- forests. GAINESVILLE : it .. therefore ordered that said
years
that It came down again At BOTTLING WORKS :
J{), But Jet the blaee sightseer obtain never with and the defendant be..Dd abe to hereby required
rate, the key could not be found upon following proposed the Btu of
any to appear to Complaint
.ti.1. ......100:1: to vialt the SOOt at mldEflfbt barter
and the Austrian government offered and articles of incorporation Bled la said eauae on or before?barsdayj.the I
',!l ,' and his Impresalona will be very J. B. BROOKS. lab day of October A. D. SPUD Otberwtoe theaUegatloea
a prize of W O'rlucats to any one who of said bOI win be taken BS eoo-
,! (ttt ferent. Darkneea bides the ban and could make that would turn tbe C. E. SCARBOROUGH. feted by said flefeodaat.
:f) the boards and tbe eyea of Borne a key M. 1ST. BROOKS. It to further this pub-
OlIft'ra'f =
:
+ bolt In the lock without breaking It. teaed onoe B u
wakeful creature gleam at
'a : mallcioaalj "
have .tried to win tbe prize week in Tbe OalaeerUle Ban. B newspaper
,ov. For the moment you imagine, Many Articles of Incorporation of The Gainesville pubUaAed In and State.
t..J hut not*>Uy him non !It. Eventually It Tbto Septembersaid tatty IBO7.
[yu that, you are in the wilds on equal Itecume the pimtlce among the contestants Bottling Works. 8. H.WIKKGES. and OYSTERS
terms wltb tbe creature around. Article I-The name of this corpora- Clerk Circuit Court AUkekua Co.,Fla,
to drive nail In tbe tree and A true copy of original. (In of Furniture
rear
Poised on tbe awlnoa and platform" tion shall be THE GAINESVILLE Company)
I ] .
Clerk Circuit Cour'-
tbe head of of the nails bear
dome! ZVANS HAILS
4" at the top'ot their cafes Bleep tbe BOTTLING WORKS. and its principal Solicitor for C01IIpl', "
(If! monkeys. Inatluct surviving" their loanof tbe Inltlaln' of thanettn ,drove them. place of business. shall be in the GAINESVILLE. FLORID

\>;:i freedom for In tbe forests they1i The>p..tctke uf driving nails into the I City Gainesville, in Alacbua County. ..
tree Mt.,Jt'fJ its fnle The lower part of Florida.Article.
beasts
toad to sleep thus to avoid tbe ALACHUA COUNTY
1'tf'....,- pay. tbe tree III n few yearn assumed the ; II-The general nature of ,,,, I am now prepared to accommodate I

w V;_ Hr rests a lion.... prone upon ber appe.rluufit a cold runes of Iron. the business to be transacted by said Is the trade with the best the market
(back, her legs rigid In tbe air and herfMrws One spring the leaves fallel to come corporation shall be to build operate Alaehna baa county 800.400 acres in Affords In this line. Phone 126.
248 miles
nud brew: and own bottling works to area, rally, &OO
Tare ont later n mimmer H.OIH and manu
down. recline
; banging limply
the facture and bottle soda water and all miles wagon road, 58 p a'omce.,
1 ber lord asleep upon his side toy aviny kinds of mineral waters to buy. 123 public schools, 27" phosphate
[,sis paws turned In and his general The historic xtunifi \\iin cut off auJ facture sell or otherwise; deal in manu soda plants, 2Osaw mills 7G.OOO'court

";;pose not unlike that of a dog. placed on a ix-deala) .on sane of the water apparatus and all kinds of soda house four newspapers and pro

P& ,The more cunning and more coward. prominent street corners' In leiin:: fountain supplies and fixtures; to en- dnees corn cotton nee, sugar Keep Cool

'fl-lT' of tbe animals do not seem to sleep At the Maine time the iron luiil! w.t: gage in the manufacture of metal and oats, rye, potatoes pineapples, oranges

'ttU for as noon as they bear our apjTftTroacblng rut In two situ I put around lIp! sli;i.iF| wood delivery and shipping cases of peaches, pears plums, pecans .

footsteps they give us theirgreeting to hold It In its n. rtle. lemlnir the trend|' l' all kinds and to deal in all other commodities and all kinds of vegetable.

with snarls and malevolent lock In Its orl/f/ i..il l position .\uJ and articles of trade and II I

:icowerlfJK" and watch nil suspiciously there the olt t stump stntulx tn this' tray merchandise throughout the State of Gainesville the County Seat Let Us Do Your Work

.1\pith we depart.-Iearnon's. an object both of the curiusity| of to:ir,' Florida and all other States of the I

Ists and the veneritlon: of the re,,1.l United States of America; and to Has fourteen churches, two public I Aa i far as BAKING is concerned.

!1 ETIQUETTE. dents of Vienna InclJeiitnllj. u utrt-et. travel its traveling men and, mercantile schools, the University of Florida, : FRESH BAKED GOODS delivered to
TEPEE agents throughout the United
Stock, lm-tKlsen I -"Stick In Iruu" -luI" private schools three newspapers
home and
your dally- there's no worry
IM"f'n named after the States for the sale of the product of United States sand office, the best
''Never Pass Between an Indian and the Btuniji: ScrapBOOk the said corporation and of all said water fire alarm' system;eleetria .

Fire-The Seat of Honor. commodities to the trade and to establish and gas lights two Ice factories

"If you abound' ever go Into an Indian branch works manufacturles. machine shops, three wontl factoies KEYSTONE
BAKERY
tspe'e., said John II. Heirer. "remember Tryl" tho Wrong Man. houses and agencies in or throughout cotton gin, two moss fictories. >> ,
An unusual verdict was rendered by said States as its board of directors three railroads, two fertilii er man. t'bene 106. R. T. SC1IAFER. l>>re..
? rules of that
have etiquette are
they shall from time to time decide
upon; ufactnring companies, one flbet .
the Jury In n case tried in a California
adhered to tban in our .
fynaor rigidly and to adopt all the means
proper manufactory, one rectifying turpentine
town The
a good
":parlors. many years ago. expedient or necessary for the con plant, four banks, and well: Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema .fAre '
"Do not think they are not sensitive question was as to the ownership of duct of such business, and to have, stocked stores embracing every cured Chamberlain
by tale. One application
Af0r they are more so than tbe Japs. several head of cattle which the defendant exercise and enjoy all rights, Dowers thing in the commercial line. relieve the itching and burning sensation'

..|}f: yoti make fun of his layout the wan accused of having stolen and privileges' of corporations, organized

twbole family will remember the Insult from the plaintiff. As tbe cane proceeded and existing under and by
*, and different witnesses gave virtue of the laws of the State of ;
for a lifetime.
i"ib. seat of honor I. Just opposite their evidence, it became apparent to Florida. Jamestown Exposition

,tlw door .aero.." the fire pit. Walt all listeners that the defendant was af1 Article III-Thy amount of the capital !
Innocent stock authorized hereunder is Ten The
:Until you. are Invited before you take man. When it came time
Thousand $10.000) Dollars to be divided

for tbe Jury to retire to consider their
>'tIaa seat.

:;;;"11 yon. go bolting Into an ,Indian's the verdict they did so, but returned to of the Into value one of hundred one hundred(100) shares($100) . . . . Via . _ . .,
and rush over and take ibis va.t'aeat courtroom In a few dollars each to be paid In as follows:

be may not take you hy tbe The foreman looked the mowenta'i Fifty (50) per cent thereof in prop.

jaape, of the neck and throw you out. in the eye mind said with a erty machinery labor. etc. and the I Tbe Atlantic Coast Line Railway

:.it be would like to It be thought It twang which betrayed his balance in cash property machinery

Jd be done without cutting off his land origin: or labor as called for by the board of :
"lodge we find the plaintiff guilty. directors of said corporation.
tloas. "The IH Article I III The I People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Coast Line
"; *Xa leaving the tepee ue>er pass be court not trying the plaintiff term for which I

any one and the flre. An old but the defendant. said his honor said corporation shall exist shall be "Purple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Expo-

11Jtl rislrlc warrior will crawl around hastily and the matter being' explained ninety-nine ((99) years. sition. Two trains each with through Pull.
fslde the forernnnvss nt length induced Article V-The business of said daily way
of the tent and kick a holelb'he
wall on the north side in a Ml- to express the. Jurj'n, opinion that tbe corporation Is to be conducted by a man Buffet Sleeping Cars.
president, who shall also be the treasurer
rd before,be would violate thin rule defendant MUM not" guilty."IloHoiiu'er thereof and by a secretary who-, Season sixty days and fifteen days-limit excursion
added the foreman
etiquette and pass between his shall also be the auditor thereof; and tickets on sale daily from April 19th to November 80that
solemnly >P8rM to we're
me conalderlng -
ts and the smoking .
em nerd by a board of three ((3) directors all
paboe Bee. the wrong man, your honor!** of said officers to be elected on the low rates.

/>..' fifteenth day of October. A. D. 1907, Coa excursions at low rates.
>Y Soldiers and Schiller. Holy Land a World Center and thereafter on the first MondayIn ? very

,?--ne: Germans are notoriously a well It used to lie a fancy that the Holy January of each succeeding year For further information see your nearest railroad

!, ted people, but the popular lag I to conduct the business until those
'JIItZa ballet that German knowneythIng xenne not then meant It was Indeed
every elected the ffrst
at election shall be -
central. It occupied a strategic PUM-!I. ,
would to be
appear exag-
qualified are J. II. Brooks as president
ted. If we may Judge from a Jerofflcer's tlon. Three iitliienta converge here-- acting also as treasurer; C. E. C. BOYLSTONDistrict
all the continents known tbe
as an-
account published In one
Scarborough as secretary acting also
the German reviews, of an exnmlnain cl'otaAIA and Europe Contiguous as auditor, and J. B. Brooks'; C. E. Pa\SVger. Agent Atlantic Coast Line. Jacksonville Fla,
general knowledge to which !h. to Palestine ou the mouth UCH* Scarborough and M. N. Brooks as the
lifted his ('Ompany.Vbo nan Egypt and on the north Syria. Or, taking board of directors. ----- --"'-- -- - roCL "" -

for?*' was one of the principal a wider! view on one side of it I Article VI-The highest amount of YDESCO.: :

tlons. Ten soldier replied thateugh were India Persia Assyria and IInh)". Indebtedness or liability to which this

they fancied they bad heard louts: while on the other aide of It went corporation can at any one time subject -
Egypt <]rt>,He nu _U i name It suggested nothing to th *m. "
among' Ilanttbn land of Jesusa.. Indeed pollars.
I those who i went Into detail, ono Article VII -The name and rt-slden'
that the author of "".Ullom Tell'aathe little among the KeogrnphlciUrlhen sea of the subscribing Incorporators \

; "Inventor of printing.' nee- ; but like a babe. It was uir6 together with the number of sharesof

114,'dencrltted! hIm nit "a iMin who arch' of the household: of land stock subscribed by each are as

everything" a third put him I From its.. tetktrnl \untntu, tiny I'alen- follow:

.as "j\ man of science" n fourth tin& saw"" thnMtKh,: the march of centuries J. It. Brook, Gainesville Florida

'-A "poet who wrote 'rll.tur" Lila1.I the procession" of theHe niiKht
-." a fifth an "n mush-Inn of great ---.\I'IMyrlll' u. Bahylonlnn. Me.U>- K. Scarborough Gainesville,
I'e..,.14111, Gn4 and Itoiunn. liolnt It. Florida Six: (In shares.M. .
_ ,*brltRu.1 a sixth an'" "a manu
N. Brooks. Galn..svlllc.o"lorld,,,
iff self ilitrliiK much nr the time a centerof
etnrer h..I1.. One wonders what
Four (4) shares.State .
mas Atkln would answer If Into IntiiHiMo and iletcrntlnliig forte that FO D Td: 88ILINQ-8: E.A.CSVVEE.K..
hate hclH>d form the character and of Florida ) BETWE.ENJacKsonville
f'd' state what 11* knew of Khakm- Alachua
history' of the civilizedurldI2x. County. ) and New York
..>.-Went minuter Garotte Before me Personally appeared J.
i:, -_. --- chuu ,". B. Brooks C. 1--:. Scarborough and M. Calling at CHARLESTON B. O.. both ways.

?t Ho Didn't Dino.tr. N. Brook. to me well known and The Finest BteajBBhlpa in the Coastwise Bemire .
hail hall A Clash of Prayers. known to me to be the Individuals
Drown Jut a telephone
.ID connecting his office stud house MII.I,'. with her fair face mid blond described In and who subscribed and Clyde .;New England and Southern Lines

was very much pleaded with it. hair and :Nina "with dusky skin and execute the foregoing articles of In-

**I\' tell you Smith." he was saying'. kinky -,"wool l had played together at corporation an incorporators and Freight Service Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
\ acknowledged to and before PROVIDENCE and AU Eastern Point.
telephone. Lushness Is wonder-- mud pies! and had nt\ung, ou the KHIIIO severally
gate ever since could me that they executed the same for Calling at Charleston both way*.
they remember
thing., IMiut to dine with ,
you
l this evening. and I will notify Mr*. tor Nlu,,'. tuntniny' wan Mugtrie'i! nurse the Forth uses and expressed.In and purposes. therein set s-ffiifc/La-: jtL'3E3Zcx3cnorthbound : : 8ILIN: : : "t3-a3 '"

,,'n to
ugh UP I trloi.hone-">fy friend seven years old. Maggie l loved Nina set witness my hand whereof and affixed I have my hereunto official- Northbound....... .... From Foot of Catherine .'.. Jaekaonvillo

Jlth will dine with 'hi this evening." In spite of her seal tit Gainesville Florida, this fifth
ieu to Lila friend-"Now. lUteu and feeling that her friend de"crt>d to l 1M'' day of September. A. I). 1907. Clyde St. Johns River Line

ir how I'lnln tier reply comes ",,{"k.- white, *o she added to hec: prayer: enrbnlglit. (Seal) FERDINAND DATER Uet..veen 3 ACKUONVILL& and S.A.NP'OHD'

Ira. Ilntwn'w "'|1,1 ly iiino luick with . Notasr Public State of Florida at Stopping at Palatka Astor, Bo re ford (DeLand, and Intermediate Landing
"I I,'''-... clad make Nina white" Large. My commission expires May
inlln r tiixtitx tne>'!<:' MAk your I on St. Johns River.
end Smith If l", thinks vre keep a A* the weeks" .. went hr and Nina me-I I 15th. A. D. 1911.CHAS. Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"

. _. ,
malned uiuhaiiK Maggie felt that her ., -
-- - -
tel.'. - - - -- --
M- petition needed. pe''vmortesueutt. AO "ho Is appointed to ail as follows t Leave Jacksonville SODda,.. Tuesdays and
w. OUVALShoe Thursdays. 8:30 p. on. Returning leave Ban ford .
Monday
.
,
;; Didn't Want Much. confided In Nina, !I'eggiug hr to prayfur
____ _ _ _ Wedneadaya and Frida,.. P-8O a. m.s"bo.d .
the greatly desired l hleit 'hlii But
; Here: I H an n l\*'rilinent rrotuan old s.- - '
-
-oily a( amt rnir'l-r: : |>ro,'lii 'lal Joumitl.f. :' Nina In surprise& looked. at Miiktfe! Shop :;a.w down; ,. SCHEDULE "SKdTn"40,

.'\\'antt..I, "r n -otiT funillv. a man with wide olden| eyrn and! exrUIuutl"Me << . LeavarB:80 .... ...... .. .......Jacksonville... . ..._ ... . ...Arri-::ADa.

-,' IIjC tit u i'IK hth< furs the l. inlI ? No .'1"d.. I.md.Matrcle. Near C 'ra,. font A Da\i' : .. iii:46 pm ... ........ .. .... ....Palatka.... .. ............Leave 8:00 psa
tnit dr'\ It |1'iMlr nf hon+e.*. lit 1 canon l "' itter to tx no white LiveryStable.' : .3OOam. ... .... . . ... ... ._Astor .. ... .......... .... aaJpa .

"., t toC"'lIOf' talir!, whit nt tal>U J
buunch' .ivl .'rL\f, r. l.ok spur there might fir you to t-onie, hlatk'" ArriveH;8Oam. ... ... . . ... ..' SaD ford..... . . ._.. ... .. BJOilOOOam ..

*> n-ul r.*". t :a i 'h.IJ.h'r I (>f the ----,--. I First-Class Work Done Always. ..: :_._ .: . Enterprise ... . . ... ..... IQ.-ODi m .

lit'. lY(' ". !. :, .r! tai"irk I :. n-l-o ut Faminlna N.rv... {i - -- - -PAS8F.NOER_ _AND TICKET OFFICE W. BAY 8T.. ACK80 VJl..LJt
'clK I f fv .. I ..'Is' l" 0-0=0.00=00.0000O -
". I.: : : 'u -nt nt! \ t 14 I There are uir\c'us ,"C'III''O; there alb
mtcru : s' .:'i r.-v ;"! On IAft'rl'l..,in, h But =0=0=0=0-0=0=0=o-0=0 F M IBOBMOHOBS. Ja. A. O. P. A.. Jaeksonvllle. Fla.
uomcn
I ) I..ru..n.uu. wouivu suurrou 0=0v ro0O Jon PBxnaJU.. T. P. A.. A.
rIs: jr". .'i.tt tit4s' (Bair lIill/J that the totiUnttal rutUof n : A. C. HAOBBTT. O. E. P. .
O=0= ADVERTISE s=O=0 .JaekMQ"llifI. Fla. Pier M N. R.. few York.O. .
Ioii" and p' .t tit < rthtMiuo. the' tn.r> '* .
"hilk "klt makes theist iMTn' tusth
dbe.: . .4I4.; I I' i\JII....... ti yvar." .' O=O=: 1 IN =O=O H. TAYIOB. P. T. M.. C. C. Bao,",. O. P. A..
'r u ri* uo \>otu n o iiorvoU'* a 8't'al CSO
) I Broadway row York
-- 0=0= THE SUN =0=0
'
; -- -- L, n. oQ.! T F. A., I* 8. Scaosta. C. A..
.. 0=0= Thero'a a R..on.0. =0 Jacksonville .
FI .
hat i I. tl' it >t C')"' ,'nltlIPut> \\1:10'11 I: irva j : Leeebura Fla.
to n..>k.- 11.1.> happy| and Um of I"hj', vn may l*.. t".rt'lt'J O=xO3 =0=0 AT G. Coo..... Ja. F. A.. E, SWIHDAU-. F. A..

>.w-' how to wake them. happy.Ivoulay. .- I where reason U left trust<* combat It. J 0=0=0=O=O=0=0=O=0=0=0 l.elu'oQ.JI le, Fl. Pi*.rMir,, R N.. York.

-Jt'cferwn. ,0=0=0=0:=0=O=O= -=0=0=0 C. P LOTX-IX. Ages,, Ja kaoBvilJe. Fa,..

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r STATE. FAIR NOTES. t i-t-i i i i i IIIIAIS71 Ht.. O-NDId ..
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Hon. W. J. Bryan to Sp. k-Mny'At._ S S l
tractive Feature_ ;:) DR. DV ::RE K MORRIS.

Atlanta. Oct.will 2-IIOt..- n\,,address iliam Jer at. o o SOFJES :

alga State Bryan Fair, at Atlanta Oa'% ou An old sore or uk-i tx< ,'n:\ is'\'tiintpoiHoi ...: i .: .itt-t: 'T . i 'n'cornier, and . :. DENTIN. .

the C' t. 19. He will b.tntro.duced .. \,..Inchireint:,eM :. a',.I I .t" ; : h t:. t .: .1rt 1 .: rt "'.un*' m -

Saturday.bao"'E"rnor Hoke Smith/ il this tmptttx. "''T., Uin.u;,1 xt .:,' ::..... l p-: ., ', '. I :: .: .. .. ,. ,-., n _
'at of Sa.vc3. \\-.a: !;, >* .:,.: ,. ..t. . .. ,
of the big day, the fall. ? milt .t :" :-0. ,1) '\ .* h I 0!;r "...r Stv..ic t.lhl.' a r-.ool"" 1'--.1 t3C'l' r
will be: one outpouring. ....,,....d 1 .itui ft. : !. . I
orders In Georgia ban:.' tn : .te ; ': .' :, ; .1 ., ', ? thus! It --- -
AH the secret take part In Fraterna on, gradualgr: WIR w.n,- and M,.vx :xstttTtrcr. .11:: '. "' J tI' \Ha':, h. th ,/the I

been Invited to the state fair, on October There are tlll1w.."'s ,? which :. I 1: 1,1 Ik ; "lIt ,...it. tun.UiS i JK-: .VI lt. )t.R 1'K:.VRCK.
day exercUe at and pvusoneJ. A Ions >tU!! of suVmsn I h .
s, :" t : ,1.1I...I.' k, ,I"'I, in t:: %' rr
17th the failure of the eliminative Juellll"'rs tn 1-cm'' .i.t'. the rouse .,n,IV,.Ac w.uSS HOW BONNER WON I
Nearl all the railroads In Georgia; of the body. the eC'eSi\'C; use of nl nC'r.,1 nu .:;iota uriain di"e.tse. .tillllt IE: S rr4ty .

will give reduced rates to the stat infect the blood with morbid! matter and K.,1111" '!h"v>m'r or later i:4: manifested SUCCESSThe

fair. Oct. 10 to %6. by a sore that refuses: to 1t"\I. l\rsou.. wait\ inh.nt..1 1 hhswl flint are Office over l)titt>>a 4 Co'a. Out.

The tar famed Passion Play shown very apt-to be amkt with sore and ukus, The tu-it may lie dormant career of Robert BOOMS. ; Phone 2Hi!; .l'. UntiiM-tvlU. \ Fl*.

In moving pictures, will be seen at the< during young. vigornua!' life but when ntitl.i-; .Ige is n\o'lw.l or pass .l and the veteran publisher, furnish ---.. -- --- fip
This play ten year at the natural energies begin to weaker the'
state fair :grow tt".nes in some weak\ point a signal Illustration 4 the value
Oberammergau In Europe, draw:, break down and a chronic sore is foruud anal I kept open M the constant! of pemtstent sod sarsctcMis .& DR. ROUT. C. UOWt-R:
front,, all over tire world. drainage,: of impure matter from the WO.K! It the cause ts not rcmoxcd the
people '
Tertlslnr. When b* b.gaa UMpublication
Baby Incubators wHit real Infant: sore will, continue to grow worse bv eating; d"-"-per into the flesh. festering. PKNTISI: .
them will be shown at the Stat- discharging. and slowly undermining the ,'ol1..tltutit\l1. R S. ?>. heal! old' of th. paper wbos*

In tncumbator Is the bed sore by going down to the very bottom of the tr.'nhie.: 1: ivnmt;, the! phenomenal success brought him 1 1lmre

fair. The In the world for tiny, weal, impurities and btiil,:mjc up tliecntirecimil),it ">nVlutiS. s s hinrcmovwlthe fain and fortune b* did let in ?1ill..r Low Erctt.n1a.Ilttlc.l'hettl. : .

mother the temperature Is 8h..a'stbe suite the bt.>o.l bcoonu ,ruh and lit'.ut'ii' '. the son IK'..Inv t.. hexl new wait for the people to OnJ oat. Vin.ftr.idrnce.Yu: ;: l4i ,
babies as a' doctor and trainee: flesh is !formed and soon the pt.q is cun 1. IK n"t .1" in'lhl ui tMeinilappliciti lowly and gradually the lnt r- ;

same and hand. >nn. 'wluth .l'J' not itai-h the hl..1.1 \hot i .-din tin u'r.'f<< >: s. s utdrcmoveof e.tlug feature of his journaL ;
nurse are always on thennse ant! then the s ,',' inu-,t 1: i: ))1..1., ; on .S nt, r in.I l1i'r\
The stale fair has engaged Ranct and rnedi.'d 1 a.Me fni THE SWIFT SPLCIFIC CO. ATLANTA. GA. II* forcej hi. .nt.rprU. capon -
H. KLl.lS.: \ K..
101 the great Wild West show 10 i>ubllo *U. ntlo" by A *rtrniAtlc -. Jj
Jamestown ex lvlhn.. of .s
the -- - ---- ----
from
direct
come p.ndltur* for adv.vllatng '
position to Atlanta. This show ha& BOXER OUTBREAK. The Water Dott'c Shape.Thr I which at Chat time w** A rrtKNKri.u.:' : .

been the leading attraction at Jamestown -- ? '..., fill! |1'11'1'! ''-<'!. :niil protiil l lruntix ) I without precel..nt or p*.ral.

ever since the exposition opened Attacks Made by Fanatics on Christian II'.' 'i 1',' than I tin...,. 4 jiui..r'.1| liv' i LVhol.wpi>.r.. w PI&.r. *...of...u..e.t dUrn *t I (lAINSSTILLB. . }Lua-a:

It Is the largest aggregation Of gt"I1U'sne Mission Buildings. in.tUhiK i Intiinulio: \\:II.'I' l.'lil.> of htcb prlo_ to blaon forth t
h CII'Itu-tl.r l In the tlrstpi the n.rtt* *f his und.rtak ;
and cowboys traveling fu .1 pititin I lIAXTEQ.ATTottNttivi. :
Indians re-rely M.1Tlikat.t
Oci 2ivtuils : .
sliangh; !: : BAKKIt.
.
tnFrom
.
:It'e til. II.II'rV tlt . ilf tilt' IM-H'Iv pl" g.
--- -- rl, hi'io 'in i,*a"t: I 'd tho IIIh."I ot
ITALIANS MIGRATING. ' vein Hi' tutiv IIr IIIIK h lti-t tli.ttUdlllil one nd of the country to : ...\T.L.\\\',
Kan 'low I'u piovlniof "
boxori ... the t.'r
I ill \llll.l\ 'tfle on \\II of noon
Klin.;: ;;-I 1. last \\ f'-:\ say I Mint tin >>,'r.,' Il),. ntli. ,> fiirfm". /':\pi..oil. In (h.' I the other the natue. fa- . HI.ICITOH$ I IN onMKKY: : . .
Ir mad.
Feeling Against Them Is Strong biillJInn of ti\f l"1.'u1lc :\11&1\1"11 Mint and bis I.rdcer were
'
net i 1':.a.e ttu slice.: eurr.oiie.'sa pnI I -
the Toyvn of Sumrall_ Miss. the China international( i : nilfslcin. there'. 1.nl-e\ P\. .-.i.|l1.> tin.l Ipill ,'V'ul..rlltllln miller to the |..opl* by cooataot

Hattlesburg. Miss., Oct. 2.Sumrnll. .- won ile-ii r.l\ <'il .is flu rO'tI'II'c4'! of t"i.IIII lit't the ",howl i. iiinl In the. titled. lil.lrr tltftin N'1H"tJUnn. C1AINKSVII.LK:. AUihiiK. Co, FL. '
MUs., IS miles from here ( ut Conservative publishers )oa> ; (Mtlci* In llayinnn Ml...k i
nr.;:anl'd .1,111,1 th.' "wn.'shll''rll c,hili' III' ti,"'U innW"- It 11 <':ipit:ilhanillt
on the Mississippi Central rallroal the ,,rent ,,111'f t;ud.! ,' *. tliiiH tl.dun. iHM>)' with the IH' King alone In the ruts of old I

feeling against Italians has grown 60 A l Trent |psi'! ntv a* I II.I.!! tint f.IP f.....2iu.dto routine pruptieMl. bankruptcy :lIiu N.\ l U HAYKItATFOIINKY : t..

strong that they are packing up and i other inUnlon.ir i< s, liuliiJln the tilt |HM\. of til. l.illtl. n....11 1.*.. Ill:ItMouM and ruin for this nncouvntlonal ; IF"
W
: .Vf I..\ .
to move from the Mar- ri'II.UT It lulu'li less .II'.III..lIt -
preparing ) 1elJh'i Amoilcuns M'j.sriloin J and Innovator, but Bonner kept ospending
"borhoroU,Mi.-1'o.tr- a large sbsr of his rrelpts .. (IAII. +..elJ.l.. ........

Th' trouble grew out of the complaint The Chin-t' 'iftli :als hav.. rent .lotachmentji IIOU'I4. In buytnc publicity and ; I

of an Italian that has children of Kililiers, to I lan C;low the JoUe thoM receipts Increased with ; Can .,,11|| jou inip"rtt, (la* +}

-who were excluded from the public }.'u to le-More i.i..I'r l and hiiv** taUeusteptn The Sequel to 'I"U"I' to l.dln: startling rnpldlty.Every '. proved and unlm'1.(1). phosphat. t
frchnols lie was! taken Into the woods to iioti-ct. the tuhMlnrulrlt'lI.CASTORIA. ;Mniiirr> nji" n dullar disbursed In this ; truokiBR and rum .. Hand hioa V
: hu rah tics l>"-Inji ..tn>Mii Mir t thi hlih !
nR.rtecr/ale 714JIDII.
;
whip. list of what
night and given a severe a you
Kridav ; tiroiiKht In more dollars antil < ; ._ ___
ourt of jiistl., hlry. Hi* iiuKli' pome 1- way _ u-
plnjr The situation has been aggravated murk ".om,<'mine the desk l and Its lu. croakers were confounded
bthe demands of tire em A. (iAKI.i4I.E.A1'it11tFv:.
tics ati.l In r< plU." otttrlil JuUluijlyMI and ixwatuilitt In this particular .
plojtts of the Newman dumber com. lit UK vivlior mltilit. ..II.' clay I... no uUuied rnnch of business sllenr.d by ="' : AT 1.\W

)Ian)', at Sumrall for an increase In For Infanta and Children. t<> l hp inci'il In Unit very r..lu. tremriidoii auco His.
his
And Solicitor In KqutljKs ;
wages. The Italians and negroes The Kind You Have Always Bough) Tlie NlKlii.*'er VMIH the notorious Ur. Th. I I.seoii I t. one that I. a* well
there
not to work
have been warned rrlttbinl Two years hud I.nrelyp.asscd wortb heeding today aa It was ; I"'r. Conveyanetng" mod Q.-.!
Sumral'! Is a small lumber trfwn of when In the click lie hail no .ral Praotie. All business. prom:!
Bears the // forty *.r* .<<. I'tilladrlphla
Sutt
aixmt TOO inhabitants .about one- closely lii"'|...<..tfl I lie Ivan d".1| | to y attended to. Office nest doer to

sixth of which are Italians. The an. S1gDAtureofBubonic death for |M,|HOUIII| Ills wife ami "mother Hutl'tln offlx. OAI..BKTII.ts.RoundTrip FLoizoa. 4'

tnorltlea of lAmar counfy have been .In-Inw
-I-M-t-i-f-F-S-I-I-I-t-I-t-t-f-hH I I I I I t ':
-- --
appealed to for protection by the him.
Plague Situation. A Superior Brand 1..r.. ...... I. Ibla ......
her company. San KraiuUco Oct 2 file h"l\lth f Mrn JetikhiH My I little buys got the I. .ol 1\. ..... ....... RatesAtlantic

BARRACKS. authorities irate Just. U"iu>.I the following inenMl I,>MMTM _._. _...\... ws ._1&..
INVADE
TERRORISTS
relative to the bubonic Tomlvlns :pg.: line mine; h. got '.
statement I I I I I t I I I I I > I I I M > t
plague situation : It from tliw 1e1'.I. N -hlMrenMm .
KIII.d and bame -
Russian Officer
i "There have been m far irtv-elRlit\ : Jenkins 1I1I..I"I"r"II-| my -alit--I
Wounded at Sebastopol.st. .
of plague In Sail Fran. little !IMY gal It fiom lice 'I"'IO'UI8"
verified cases
Petersburg, Oct. %.-The chief children. I.OM.I.,, Tit-Bit... ,
ofthen
o' naval tttatr denied the report from deco since, llllt :fay i. all but one T. F. THOMISIUNDERTAKING a
orKlnatlnji; HIH-P| .\UK. 11. -Tlu',
) ;
Odi'*,>a of a serious mutiny on board The Visibl Signs.
deaths to date IH 29 Coast
number of
the Kiiii1an fleet at Sebaatopol. total "1 1'he rolls luniIHMII ilolnir ,.."n" CO.
.
total niimfior of euep.'cts<<: now under "
The official' added however that Inview The moiinl,ilii llmlilnic\ In Nvv ItzerlMiiil
of the excitement caused by the observation: Is forty. "Tlicro! ..II..sdetl| It tin minute I rat

*-atiunallorhJent at Sabaetopol bar. - -- *,.eH oil them" the other IMV.." PULlLINIi OHNRW .

racks when three terrorists disguisedas That Tired Feeling.If Iliixv e'4)ul.1 l von I*'II V

officer penetrated (nlo the bar. you are languid depressed. Incapable "Ilic)' liMil Miidi.. n |K>|iketl hark I abOUt (1001)3.... Line

1'ad..1yard. In an attempt to provokea for work it Indicates that them.- Itnltlitioit. .\ulf.rl'IIII. Railway x

mutltiy among! the troops and the your liver IM out of order. Herblne "..
disclosure] of the fact that the revolu. will assist nature to throw oft head Th. Art of Talking Back. A.1Y.rT'e r'K Vd, I
"'1 Ian rdle Uii i.v how to Miuvrer ,.n1l.
tionary propaganda was in progress rheumatism and ailments akin TOMIIHIOMSand :!'
It achon. nalilhe \\' h.'u tin* Mower l'r..I".t| MOM'MrNT: !"*. .
Among;; the crews of the warship. tho ener.
restore
bad been deemed wise to send the to nervousness and 'I 1 1nul,1 not let thtit worry me"Mfllil lltOf FF.X:: >: fit 't. 111: a.
Kle and vitality of mound and perfectlealth. tie ......".jlllI.'. "Tlilt, II U MoflifthlllBT .
fleet to era upon a practice cruise. J. J. Hubbard Temple Te a". H ,,- "r., I ..t rt.s r..r.'I-, -.o.ri JW M.e! our ..midi. I
The l ttrrorUt> who entered the Sebastopol for the .. .. a 'JIM. 'inn in 'In.inlrrr: Ii
I Herblne
write "I havo UH < Ii tier tnarrl'e'
.. i
.n! If.a..laahl"
.
barracks fired upon the of I r *io l sllentW. %<
Captain Novlroff. past two' jears It has done me worn tint* M..II..\\vjnin o>il.re Jamestown ExpositionS
ACTS, mortally! wounding Rood than all the dn tor". It'In' the. I .. .. .-1 I.rnrn|>llv ."....l.M to
erloneiy wounding another of. ChambrlafT! . TT?..,
heat ineMlclno\ ever tnad for chills nndev .H.. pol, d
and succeeded inn . I U .*.-. H M....V save Ides
flc-r named Poletoff I 'r" 50c) Sold liyV. M Johti'w n NrrcrfakU. buy fifilnesvllle. lorldn/ .
.
aping. < > I'II'U.IIIII to Xar.folk
- S 15 5 O'-
----- -. -- "in 11.1.1"h Tde. n 9

Georgian Killed at Canton 0. I 'd.r ..nlrf>. ., |Molt t-u .t.! ;. Nj- j jt.t1e

("anton. OhoOrt.. 2.-Quarter. BROWN HOUSE BARBER SHOP! j 'as02410'',,

-ntpr Se.geant flnrl-e (f. PI ikkftt.rf NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE -- -

the Twelfth l.nll..J States cavalry i .. .itt....n-Ja' lI.a-t. (Icos .
I'nrncst! I'npy "ruI'
}'r.t O1I tllorlp. (1 a.. was ).III,.<1 by III .1...,..,. +tep"oe.rl al' i

-wt,'h engine herd Monday as 'U: ..
>. > 1 williIistet( {
'wa making. his way to 111f" train Jamestown ExpositionIt I rl'I"hnrnugFlylasI'rtt} I ShoI' A

'>* r ch) was to bar hlrr\ hack: to Oeor. ', "; .III.J.J ticket.: food_

gsa I'laskett was "wltn th. trooi, Latest. 4teNIIztng (>" rntu.. and "II S30.20 'n .I...par.. 1.p.O'#"* >!

tJiaf cam to attend ihe" d<*,iicailou. Li..j : th.. Iwttont Toiitr. with nrtcU. .. a"J..1 a .'P..il, 104"".
Rent to the station and as lid ero.U, artl.t.. will t>" found herWn '', ,. Y
1 became confused Tie; | is Complete in Every Department. send n harwof your p tr"ni:", ..
e tracks ne <*..... 'W..I (JtK1 f.
'>: roinotlTe ran him down from behind; I IHe S Sdb.lo. . ,,. H. ,,, uvr. ci>- _

''III a. >urr ...dl) taken to a honpli' : WtwJ WillSUMMER' :.",,1 It f'"" lit',.

"where u>th loss were" amputated lie;I War-Path Air-Ship ItlMIMit :'
-ld\ within, two itonre. The
,
It t lt'rl..tl.l.1 TOURIST RATES

Swedish" Challenge for Cup i,
New' York. Oet :-ft I.. thought ft M'lit I:O and f'r..,.. J tlfcsilMtl.I_K:

that th.II fa of a SHh: challenge Naval Display i/tii l'III,1 U\ "' '.J: U.-I.nllf 1H'1.. ata

for. the .\rnerfca'* ,.u"a.; IIMlu.r. (,u' . . . . . . . . '''7.10
prompted b>' the visit of PrinrI I 1-: u.:..... rl.D" . . ... 11. :
fill t. .. (;.&ln *.tU U* . .
fcelm to this countrw rt"C"" ' T' Iii; int. .nt aiiiii ill..h'wt > ou. !p. not ,t.un L'sitl.I'tltl: :h'ca: fj. Ill . . . . . . 44.O K

prince was much Interested Irt'1r'1'Urne 1 Oetat.. .w Ida. .. . . . . 44.4 101, n
U'.1> r- at OTlCf : re-.
aTalm! and met amoax;
"cara .'all... N. T. . . . . 4&M'. '
.
and trotmh. th'hcam. l ful/b-r. .ltlltuil.jlt 111:11'
irome yachtsmen ilhi-tmt- (
For U.umfiillv .."at.la-Day. 0 . . . . . 42.1&' )
laterested la the .\mrelca'stop. .... .
.
: hln.tort. II. C. 3T.IllSi

Big Bond I..... Authorized C. BOYLSTON WE CAN HELP YOU Yet farther Informallou l and PuSW, rfMa ; i ;Q'
FRANK "
Atlanta Ort.Tbl: railroad rora. r...rvttoo exit on or 1.x14,
MEa-iler.
Z?1*slop Monday authorised the .At.aat JACKS8mfRL FUWIBA 'HANK C. aOVLATON. DUtrKt 1>'IIM .:i.'

Telephone! : call Telegraph cmpasy MSTIHCT PAw-E1 AgPtT P IWUL:CE asdItLE3T ..... A.eat. Atlantis 0U... 1.;

to I..ue 111eoP?<"*> at 5 per r. et ::>*. IT. aekaoo.ttle. r11. ..7

year bonds, f.>r the p.i>o e of taklnf ._ -
tip outtar tlOB beed.r to the .ateDt ol Taym i W "
; ...
UIE.rc -ciUL .
.
:'"1.'": ,far b yt*. /. .. rAtatfO and S f I.

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:: THE DAILY SUN
t : GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. OCTOBER) :t. 1907
-- - -- - _
-- =.-- ... .
NEWS OF CITY AND I I 1' 11 Camp of Newberry. was: la thee -

e ** on bua.nc| )e terda) THE ARNOLD HOUSE

CONDENSED i K\,'r .thhuc in school children sup-

E NOW pltes at the right prier tuliutilt*
r. and Ut-(cut Store. :itl t.\... r :\1.\.1\: .riEET: : a. ,

.\ Woncke !I.* prepared tn do ul II) I Ifait.wille
) Wiiii!\ of ct.'ntr.cUn/t I and ,l ROOMS AND BOARD. TABLE. BOARD A SPECIALTY,
H A V E2GB / carpenter I j jguaranteed ;
I w.r'cw ttphoiaterlt.g. t.tc. HU..f.\.tlnn I I, - .-.- ----,. t1
\ and. bond given; when re- ( LoJrie :Ntw. CONT1HEMTAL
1 quiI' .1 1102 Al.u-hua a\,'nu,'. r. 1'. o. i':.-M.--t ta s .
tomitht .at tOO oVlock, t. /
i 11'I: Morey of 1'f'lIsl\'ol.. w hit spent\ Y
i . | in rlk: ,.' ilom*. Viuiitil .
What | -\ ril dais here. as a guest ot t his RESTAURANT
I broil;er. eordisllywelcomed
d.I"IoIIII'r.Ir.... ,
to : .1. O.: Karrold.: has
11. 8. CRrBa.to I
.
54 J turned to his h' m", Mrs. More):, 1"1 R. : l>a. J. M HEM.. JR.. Seoretanr.l:i II I .:round .' ... -:>r\t t.. l'otIeOke.
In beets to remain here for borne time.ivputy } "
It l'enuvti.-otiy. l.u'at..1<< Irt hlt.tAt
P 0 SIT SheriffV. :\1. larch of. Tacoma : Attention. Kirby Smith. I "1'w Igttf. F,1rrU'le VNM e
was. In the city altpnll' lie The ln.Nrt..t I I&\r.t':
I ) ) I regular: meeting of the Kirby i
cant.for a negro who had been arrested . Smith Chapter rutted Daughters of i
I I here upon his Instruction for the C'unrt'tl..rlwill
be held at tlu
:
Apply i F'RaT.Cl.ASS' "CHEF" 1
some alleged offense near :Mtcaiiopy. home of :\Irll. II. II McCrear. hurt I
Big : and took the prisoner<< back toll: <'a" Liberty strict ut 4 o'clock this .after

i iW. ropy noon Bud] a full attendance I Is r>*.1
\ D. i \\illiam tonr.1111; family. who quested and desired.MIS. < OYSTERSThe

)' I have been resldiiiK/: 112 \\......Main: : J. M II A 11.1,:. I'rex
Our New Ones Every street X. for the IHIHI few" months. :MILS KVANtt I1AII.K. N."- Very Be.t Selected Oysters Just

for the have moved to the C"IU.'Kt'41)4 North" In-S.rv.d Any StyleMEALS. r
Cent rifusant. str-et. It l Is und*'rstoo
For Would Like :Mr anti :Mrs.' J. O. .\Iulrt w" will oc- Tho regular iuoitthl iiit"Mitt. of J. I i iI
light to cup.' the "'vacated hy1: r. tlot>r,' J. Kinley Chapter, I'. 1 1' Cwill h,- 35c.

Church still III m It)". held at the residence of Mr*. K KVolt I M
Place for Ladle*. Gentlemen and
Dr. J. To Stocn Hu)'.'rs--.Just nrrUfd. carload thlH ufteruu. at ::1' :So o'clock
to Your Name i>f fine bursas and muton which A full uti "lr,>(i.| Children.Culek .

ness will !I.. plated on the market nt ouoe.Ktrri MHS. JOHN M. ,..-\\'I.Olt. Pren Lunches a ....,."..
D. 1 animal guaranttMd In best MISS\ :MAIUirKUITK1.ONV. : .: NTUI'IiWI-I.:' ; : I _ '

Our Books. health strong ami competent This H "HS">cJuntlci .
was capital a Is a lot among/: the finest ever brought'. STOVE WOOD !

tn this section personally selected.W It. \\ Small. merchant ami .

For It Thomas & CItiitherford 0. |I".tlln".r. of Hague, was a business -- --- .. e
mill visitor. to the fomtty capital I ..venterila - ,
&
spent.oyster parlor
Bone
and quick lunch will open to the public >'. Wo can supply you in any
O.Two P. A 1 IN ESVILLE Friday morning. In the \VcsUm \\'. It. Steckert. land rommlnxinittritf quantity from one .

W. stand, south silo square. Kver' >.thing the Cummor 1.IIII.h.| ('ulnl)" "> left struu ?
up.
In the line of oysters, steaks and yesterday on a |11I..lu.! trip. to ..lackMiss '
: sent v I 111.I '. -- .j
chops will be served In first-class manner
planter and at reasonable prices. (live : Serena Shannon has returned l Fur price ap Jj (. A. K. KIUUHE.: ?t,

trading them n "all-itlul If you are" not from Jack.t>itvllU., where she han'

The pleased\ you ne.*tl not call again. been on u visit to r.ttlv| mid .
busy A N K - -- I frlcndH. GAINESVILLE TIE COHPAMTl k..
.
work C'. 1-:. :MHfon a lumber ntuniifac. *...a.. N.. 4.Miss :'

For turn and Ifadlng cltUt-n of .Mltaitntiy. : .. . -- .
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on East Shands Pres. I NEW YORKRACKET was In tlaities'.Ille> on I.usk.ess ;,

lie yeater.lnv. N. Norton

John ........... I Mrs. Sam M i.. UH uIs| am! children ', :;
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visiting havt returned from North Carolina, J :',;
whom 10-c'Pllt line of candy. where lht')' 1I1"'lIt| .h.I"'''' f ew' wi.t>ks
and 10-Cent Store. Novelties Books Stationer }tj
W. J. {pleasantly.Friend ,
pleasant Messenger! boy; steady oC Captain J. Maky dell
Virginia. \V. U. Telegraph Co. are glad toe him out again utter Souvenirs, Sbeet Pictires
for a 'haa gone to Tanger Cheapest Store on Earth an Illness which confined him to his ,:

It you wa summoned on bust. led" for several days I I and Picture Frames . . .f< J''

desserts. :Mrs. J A dwii| has returned.
probably I'W L. Baker of .lacksonvllle I from ( rernststro la., where, 'with '" (ref.
Ribbon in this city with Mr. Ooodwln. sln HM| 'nt a few days 206 But Liberty Street ".i; .

sults. SchoolSchoolSupplies dellNhtfully with relative.. GAIIESY1LLE, PLOUM: -/

The or three rooms suit l H. A. Thompson, and sun of Italdwlu

been housekeeping.! Address "were In the city yenterday MrThompHon L al

the past )'. &lfI..UII bunliiesa.. c.u.-e'.1.. Atlantic PlurnbinfCa. :

new man Y. Smith of Ala- with the ttnlted, Stales land om.>.
for All the I
East the city on ,>roreM !oi>al Joseph llurrHl and S. I.. (t'rw of tWI: _)N 1005+. I'ruprtaurT: ,I ,"rr

E. I>. << tf'rdBY. tCrosMM.. two well.know n and i'UI.1'14r \ v

Terre ... .of -,-oJllt lac* and 1O- I School Children. clll/t ns of that section we're transacting Plu
; for a .* V.offered, at biisliirss In this city >'....t rr. < ''I'
i en route Sand Id-Cent Htore. day Steam and Gas FittilL.j? ;:

make th ) room on block ad Ariong thus ntarrlaic' llrtin><*ii Issued! .' .,j jf'

Prank to rent. Apply la I TABLETS from the. office of the county )mlent ... 1100" *n short. awlln M
of ) .*rilMy was (its containing the
church or at Sun I COMPOSITION BOOKS ..,.... ., ..,.
All wurh oi| | b..r.l- o* SwnrS
Hague ) .IIHIII<-. of U.) .i. \\ IXIKKII and %t 1..1 I I . .p.el.l1T,
.this one of canopy's( I INKS (J-rtrn J" Jackson wili.| Other IIpl ,I I U...uitM. >r our ,...."'. s....",. '1'. '!
.Mr. and inoMt widely known. citi c'.."".... were 1..1. tll 00111.1 pNNi-, wt..rIf. M.HI.I! HT'
PENCILS .'. ..
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M. R. >ln *MM nifii. spent| )'''Mh.'r-
resident -HvlH >. PENS lo city\ after un absence of Mtr, fvonvllle. .' James Paul of the I r
inoiiiliM In intarlo provliirn.. ('.tu,
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here lAuv, who makes his CRAYONS I
I | .ula Mr Malnl.' who" ,In .111 Hr TT
a music ; at High Sprints was Practical STUMP PUIWUitston.
:ttf |horses. liroiiKlit with film a ftn**
I SLATES
.tlU"Cf'S .. official\ hu .lii.*.M jeetT- '
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Mr. .iij..itt' Florida.
LEGAL CAP PAPER romliiK wltt.'rSirs
..ral wc*> t W. fVniifll. and l family .
Koyal (*<,"k curl Infant son. 4
turned I .-n residing at 7''"! r-itt PENCIL BOXES
and \11 i Is. 'II.-Ihit t..rk.. ,left yealer.Lsy j ;
Kerald. .V. for the INUit two >->-ar.
for Jark.unIlle. Sler.e. they will t
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ployed l Into their own home on LUNCH BASKETS : Public hUhwajr anti' firms cli a
retain for ti f.-s' i\r\ They' *.> '
3..."t .-.%t_
I of stump on hort nolle at It .
SPONGESAnd for Hipnrt"'*i' of liifvlos' the'i
.I. A. I has r"'Pln.d a new : rile oflr. .iiinl| ...i p.-rforn>**.l (pull abl. prlc.... MACHINERY '
h llur grist mill, and. In
city Tu : lh.-, luf.ii.i. HiItnhM Imllnir It lrni- -
suffering I { to grind meal rracke l lJ everything needed in the I ..lll) to clinic h.-rfohii ... ; ..AL.E.lrro"prm' .i.nc. soiled. ."? I
day In the mm m Hmm f m i mmtmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmm iAlachna
turned J every
( "f'.k'i school room. 'r" fur ... .-rul I
for flfJIlf't\ \tMJ. I f "" p years a .
'; and make tesldeelt l l of this city Init IM,W, of T.iu Coanty Abstract .a
tn be of t | ":'aiiM haH'" returned l I II Come around your
tie' ; Yi rk ami Cu..t(1.-rlhut. ,J .At where h.. .. w.Katwl: in (tie. uar. t. ..........,..... f'.
"" I .. .. selections before school opens. let l.ti.Ui xx. |left ynift ---- -- her tnunlh'bast. ,. (" I n"I' Mfl*r ......r"1| .1..,. six-nt In fhls'' ,' lTt. '1 It I ..-...... "'ie '.... r
lor fri) l 't..I l i Prices the Lowest. '
'. Irinltv Mr, Turner iN t itwl.Hnr for t.t f'n 1.A vrflf t I VI,..'

w..lMuuM. homwI I?..-f ttlrle. Ile ...I.r-....i. '.1.N.nre I
El i I ,.- ( .OU"'IlP.U"'U.; C4; j at the rapid' r"",,,, -r c:'lal' strMfo. t..-li./ .. VV. A trade l by free clinic an.l..' [nude, tn' idln-iirll wtiUh be tl.. u..... 'with farllltl." for I fmiMrtlfi
in few w_kj*. |.>- |, PHIFER BROTHERS > ... /iiiforuistl'tn Tou- <-vrriln4 the Ti&IS
will tares I't bet the ? *? miri ir v-ltj(I any an'4 ::1 I -.1 l In AUrhu
/ ( for +vr+ytHly who '
lit Florida All business trsnActnt: prnraplty.
l fur particulars I

It** who has been r.. .
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then

ol dled- *a l.-|"iw> FIRST NATIONAL 0 L BANKJA3. N K
_1..0 Oy << l lh I' .* headquarters.. In GaJ*. Jit.t tip ..c....... .. rOt.1 l( ''f'J( CENT iH,
: ll. eitru.J him and hU c.-pott---. Fir_ ...j I.. .. '1I:1U'-'T: .Ao-eJ .. 5.risr

kno"","" a bratty welcome' ..J..1. -' ...- tie'.. rite M CKAIIAM. 1*.... CU w IIYOf:. v...,',.. rke"ta..t -,a. T-. ; .
to IKK 9 o'clock p. m. on Thurs, ..r.*- .! w4eii ..uJ t L TAYLOR. C..J -*, I..EL CJ4AI'AM. A.. .. *-. r r 1
Kor of Friday. Mrs. . T. Mc- ..a.f-1Jat.d B-a, LNIEJ4E'1'I. : *' .s 1'e' v

and entt tain the public at w' J--f.... s# .
I&rlor1M< West Main AU u- ---' y ealted Stales, State' County ud City Depository _
can ..... BMI wsl r.MM. .... AscwW r.y kS. .....
Uoos l la '
: the latest w .... tar...l ...I ., _... w w d. On.B DOLLAR :tM.s'

: ext b.*shown 44 to and the a public cordial to THE OLDEST BANK IN TJ-IE COUNTY -M.._- '1 11. 1c

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.atteod. this opeaIac. .

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19UAINESVllJLE. .FfoRID -TIIL'RsIJtY : : i -- .=-- ONn )LiAR

.01. XXVII. NO; : OCTOBEIt 3. A } EAR

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IRA CARTER'S MISFORTUNE. IN MEMORIAM THE NEWS FROM MELROSE.
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UP EXSHERIFFOWB I I "' I SCHOOL TO OPEN

Ankle Was Severely Sprained as Result .Beautiful Tribute Paid I to Judge Pleasant Social-Personal and News

of a Runaway" Monday. Stringfellow by Brother. Masons. I Notes of Interest. MIDDLE OF MONTH

Ira J. Carter, one of Newberry's. Whereas is has pleased Almighty Melrose Oct. 2.-Mr. and Mrs. H.I

-' C etrated in Oregon well-known young Cithtens. was a God to remove from this life our- von Noszky returned last week frtom- ,

visitor to Gainesville Wednesday friend and brother. Judge R. H.Stringfellow their summer outing.Dr. Superintendent Kelley Pro

by Parties. Mr. Carter seems to be a creatureof I, and I J. C. Davis optician who has nlse3.j

misfortune as far as receiving In Whereas, His untimely Aeraise baa been spending several weeks here Begin Term on 14th last

9'iUffSTEUNNENBURG AFFAIRFormer juries by runaways In concerned. A 1 I cast sorrow over the entire community leaves today for points in the South. L

months In he Ratliff Yearwood left yesterday for TROUBLE TO GET A
: .. few ago a runaway a sorrow felt Indeed, by everyone TEAL''M- ,

ir -. I sustained a broken leg by being i iI j who knew him and : Gainesville! to attend the public- school

\ Sheriff Brown Was Enter. I thrown from his' buggy, ,which causedhis I r Whereas We feel that In-hl. death, there. Whom the Superintendent Deems tif

confinement for several weeks. John Hugh Robinson of Americus
-'Ing ,H'I. Front Gate Bomb Was Ex. : the Masonic Fraternity thf State, the Capable Person to Fill Pastlar
He was the victim of another runaway Ga., is vlsJting at T. L. Robinson's.Will ?
: Off His andi county and the community; have loaf p.lnclpal-None But F.
a' ploded. Blowing Leg It c
Monday and In jumping from the Minor of Starke is la Melrose aInstructor
one of their best and moat: high- .
i Otherwise Maiming Him. vehicle In which he was riding one for a couple of weeks' stay. Will Be Accepted!
i.. toned citizens; one In whom there was '
of his ankles was severely sprained.Mr. ._ Mlsss Florence Baldwin took a special While the majority or
Baker City. Orrg Oct. Z.-An atijjppt no guile; a man in whose bosom there "
> | t' Carter owns a fine farm mid. examination In Palatka and Is the .
was made at 10:30 o'clock on pulsated sympathy and love for the county opened with r-g..
between 'and Gainesville teaching at Satsuma Heights
tonday night to tuiHassluate former way Newberry whole human race; a man that even Monday the 30th \i\t\ 'hi .
his" and on this occasion was taking O. C. ,Husband and his brother.
home
ib.riff K. Brown
Harvey at a little child could approach with Impunity misfortune of being
|a this city by blowing him up with u three double teams to the farm from \ Orrin Husband, leave soon for differ- with"rpal

assist his ent In- the'South.. it became uecessarto .
[dynamite bomb. Newberry to In harvesting His was a noble life, full of generous places M

,' Mr. Brown Is In the lioapltal lu a crop. In some manner the rear team acts. I Fred Ford Is at Lake Geneva paperIng the opening of the Ga.u' ..

"";'critical contiltlon. became frightened and unmanageable, I I He was never happier than when and painting'some cottages that Graded and High School wn ..

( ODe of "hi* legs was blown off one causing the teams In front to runaway I have recently been built.
giving comfort and consolation to suit that there were a numb ,r .
ii..
Injuries, caused b)' the ('OUf.i'cua.lon. Mr. Carter was leading the trail In a I His Texas. appointed patrons awl) m ,
smile and cordial l
ready
ever
.. buggy, when one of tbe teams ran Mr. Million and family of Orange students. This delay how. .. u. .
grasp of the hand his patient face, his
The outrage Is similar in manner of Into the vebUjle upsetting It and sympathetic eyes we shall truly miss. H spent Sunday at Mr. Year not be remedied, as I'mt i iDeath's 11 \1.

r,ta Ke utlon to that which resulted inNtb. hls'hdrse.AN 'e.Saturday.
frightening He bad for years, been an Iqtensj successor could: nut a- .;
death of former Governor Frank night the people
f,"ettetmenberg at Caldwell. Idaho. sufferer with neuralgia; yea he suffered young cured in tbe short time m -'If" 1D.//
ENJOYABLE OCCASION. metat Mrtt. Spear Yearwoot's for asocial
always and at times, untold and the date for the
/4l Mr. Brown was returning home and regm u- o.3a:: '
\ ; I' time. The evening was spentIn
;'.. be opened his gale the bomb rxy4oded agonies; but he bore it without a nlng of the, school term
Missionary Societies Entertained at' games and music.
I wounding Mr. Brown and murmur. Superintendent Kellej state. .. .r

flowing' : out the windows of his bouse. Home of Mrs. T;.. F. Thomas. .J lie was sixty-three years old and ever that the school will
: The Ladles' Home and ForelgoMissionary 'I was a Mason fpr forty-one years. HIGH SPRINGS HAPPENINGS. later than Monday, the 14th tnPt irassures ;

'.can-of Societies of the First He dearly soled the order and was the public that arrani..rn"ntJiwill .
High .Oct. 2. Miss Minnie
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.r of police and county authorities Methodist church ;were entertained prominent In the administration of its Mlam4Lula be made to secure a frt-cUM
Adams of Sa-
Cole and
,:aath wholly unable fathom/ any cause I I at the home'-of Mrs. T. F. Thomas 500 affairs. and capable man to take rho> rmc

,tae deed and they are 'also who! West Main street N.. Wednef ay af He was,, an officer during the greater vanuah. who hate been visiting Mrs. palship by that time

able to obtain any clew to the ternoon.. .. I li. Mel.. Grady. h Twq returned home.
{' part of the forty-one years of his connection Westcott Wright of Birmingham. As has been stated l>.for* Prof
rpretrator of tbe crime. I There were a number ofcletlas bo :eo- with the order and his death
Ala., has been visiting friends- McDeath at almost the last niun]"ci)
present in response to the Invitation 1 dUitnct loss to the Masonic fraternity.
a
was tendered position a.. dean m th-
High He returned Satur
felt Springs
{ Lay In Walt passed
__ and the afternoon was .
Portland. Or..... Oc 2. A spttal Mississippi State College: for Uumea
In most enjoyable a pl.as.lIng
II a manner humble day.The
In
Desiring even an
Baker way, had dance at at a much more lucrative Mlarthaa
from City Oreg, says; I I young people a
and refreshment being
:.Ti program to pay a tribute of respect! to be was receiving here. amid his!. ac
'. _Oherlff Brown who was djna- wrTved.. Grady's hall on Friday evening in

Monday night and! fuel. returned his memory. we. the membersof honor of Miss. Cole and Ml* Adams. ceptance of same left the ('rnctt

'1 trip out e -ifcte/a: to some mla I I As an entertainer Hue Mn. Thomas has Hawthorn Lodge No 103., F andA. ....school opened here Monday under ship of this school vacant and h,....
demonstrated tact that she ts "
a
'property He was found lying M.. most favorable auspices.! Prof. W. much as Superintendent. Kellv ouU

,>w the sidewalk several feet from thedate great suryass.-'and tbe ladle always Resolved: First. That we tender II. Main Walkersvllle.. Md.. Is principal have none but a flrst-ctaBn m-mirror
found delight to have the opportunity of her to the family and relatives of our beloved . .
the Urge posts were !; I and has an excellent: corps of to succeed him, there ban I. "n some

blown" to pieces and ..rrt'fence sha4tered .I hospitality. brother, our most profound teachers. The new school board rt trouble which caused the <1'a: Or

for distance. The sympathy and condolence. We would ,
/ some perpetrators Kelley states posltU' 11"--i >T
A Reliable, Seed Co. trustee! A. K. Summers, J. I*.
.:to left no trace of their deed axaept point them to his spotless life, a rich rimes and J. C 1-e Count, are performing that the school will" oj.- .t itt

a wire which extended about 25 Of the numerous seed stores heritage Indeed and to the Great their duties in a most than the 14th. and will '1''"'> dot\ t

4 feet north atonfc the fence and then throughout the State Jt Is safe to Architect of the ut verse, who In taking way class shape.
gratifying to he- patrons of the school
went west about 30 feet. to the mtddle assert that the people of Gainesville our brother toiftmself. has only { The of th. *
Hugh Flitch has returned from a patrons
'. ... of the road. *tNs presumed that and vicinity who have occasion to called him from labor to refreshment. .rlSuperintendent :
Graded and High S d"M'
delightful trip to New Ho:tltll.
k the assassins went lying In wait for purchase seeds have In the establishment Yolk *
' Resolved, second That these resolution Kellet I"" u.:
St. Johns. Nova Scotia and other
,>Mr\ Brown and pulled the wire aa 'aeWatered of the Evans Seed Co:. one of , kIng
. tie spread. upon: the nilnutea points ) realizing the extra plTortJ i
the most reliable In the .
country.George. of the and that be give to teacher c'' "r' ::1
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lodge a ropy Mr. James Daugherty of Jacksonville secure a
1t' .. tt.atA. 1b. explosion a Kvann Is known throughoutthe
..neighbor Brown's heard Home to the family of our brother.Kenoheil. visited friends In town lant week with him lit patience
; entire State a* steedman utlIul14'trlor
)I'men mnntag" north from the direction Third That a copy of Miss Mary Mann vlnltcd Mrt I PI -
number of
ability nerving
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tjof the Ilrown bouse It Is thought that these resolutions be sent The Gainesville *. Wood on Friday and Saturday on Death of a Good Lady
In learning the The.public
c1 ..... Brown had some Idva of the Identity -: years Hui ublk'KUun herny to :Newberry. where she will Mrs. jj A Held moth '
tUI"S. of
h. netting "
now .
: of the assassins.Mrs. i Aleg0j| IIrother. A1.aMV.; shall IM \principal of the school for the master Arthur Held.
-* these long jenrn of ,," are. noconfident
.\s .* lIrown Is the I nevefinore behold th) fare oil this ensuing: term :'oll"t'fallll| wna principal died at the home of 'n.'
I I.
that
prostrated of hi It
' and the situ iihlllty n.rC1u..tlon. troClI 1 .earth hut with the hn"tll.ntt'rl .
( eibork of the high Springs. school last day In the sixty-fifth < .'.

.1 ....1I1,not recover 1jMr I .'", whit have joined. the (choir year and made nutty friends whileher' eotneil lit ', .
!' was one
Mr. Kvun I I.. assisted i In the store
whllcv sheriff m Pt
t
the
Brown SJ !liiiiumVrnhl**, we shall meet h.
county. w*, dl: 'enryin nforrl-ng the by his sun, George." Jr.. who !lit also there with" thee abide. In tbe loulg.. Id .. 1known. and most
OrithaiiH' Ihtil was ober\eii here .
I. bud the \\ . Knd: Site o
t law a-OI(: hll11t."R'", u nt*'n and gamblers./: a practlriil man bating the. ml- the .Moot lllKh G.sl not uuule with
> at the MethixlUt church lte.1, I.Y I.at I.. of a gentle; sweet .tli-
of his father's Inxtrurtlon
I vJantAIC" at, eternal In h..I!heavens, ,' made un earnest tpM.il| fur kind and attentive I.
WAR IN TEXAS TOWN. Seed front every patknge )111".11\11II: .
JNO.:; i), :KTIH Sw rrtnry.
the 1)1.h.a nitFarmeu' h,
And her death will
by thin establishment' lire tested,
I
-Oov. Campbell I Asked for Rangers to which U I another re Hxni the planters TTER THAN MEDICINE. tretted ,
Prevent Further Trouble I nttil trucker hioeoonlliletteo"' In thl Union Picnic. The reumliiM were -
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\ 3U nd 'r.on. 1-(". .. ()or.t, 2.- '''\\1,1 ("n1l.,."11).. The farmer of this section of the Indiana the former t tceawed I.
Bre Tonic Healing and
ie Hyomtk's
"'r'' men ha\e beau kllloil Mini tile town country hue fortu 'il a union for their where the '
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'.' ':.of Talum. 'I-t. a mnnll town nearIN Wanted-Hardwood Timber. Be Cured of CatJirrh. mutual I prnt.etion and with aiew. held

.. In such a rJtHtn <>f excitement I 1 The Hmwii-JenlnKN HardwiMMl (.'out -i&taan' him a r"II\1'\1) for catarrh, a : to rec ltliiK b.'tter price for the gnat-

' ; the> outgrowth of a dlvuti bctwera | pan of lake. huller Flortilit. are treatment that U far better than loi.- I uct The tneiut>ership l 14 large.. !. and Catd of Thanks

Cashier Heinby of thJ 1'\Itunt Sluiebank Ilit i the ninrket N>r lnrKt> quantitlen otI ln< the stomach \uith'1uv.ilcine., la tnrreaniiit' e\er clla) \Ve "'wish| l by the kit: I

and Haut llelverst, thv local lhfckory,I white oak Mini ash ttiulx'r. It U the healing oils and balsam The Firmer I'nlon a* the men- tor and through the

ti freight: aieut, Satnrrtay afternoon I Y otter tit bit)' It either In theor nt H) .tnel which nncutteattes the air hers i style th\;uiHelves. will hold n Situ tr etpresa' our '
has been forwarded
that an .jtppval & that ..1011{ sawed Into plank :Now' that )ou breathe. r"lu'hhu: the tno'"t remote grand roily and Gasket picnic ut and our ""l'rOO"i.aII"trl"ncl. :
asking
tit 10 en or
.i 1t&1'1t.br, ".' to frrevoat. further the price of pine Is off this I I. *n sir cells.. In the nose, throat and !
'- trmiUle., : opportunity for HuwntlllM to work on lllliitc all ratarrlml germs. nixl rt*tnr. w hick tliii matter* of Interest t.> thfa..m.'r ,- co';,jiry for the a'!,*

; orb, ..\ l nsvt! originated In a co'ntroverny lumber In which there Is a profit usWM ,,. Inc health t<. the iiiiioon membraneIn v 111 1"">"u tII.rii .....d| eyml.athy they IIh,,v. ..

it-::11 nUn,; the payment uf a are offering fancy 1.,11'18 for such sung Hjotnel ) out are I renting A cordial invitation I I. extendeil to of trouble and i..rr

fre-lKlit \lte\oKerM were drawn. lumber This also affords the tie )',.ur 'atarrln l trtmble with the only the public and a .e'M..1| rowrl in ex lie* and death of

",H I? aX.tI In M .te.: 't battle llembjwas. It,,,,,. who "r....e.iulpi.e.1 with teams. natural ...'n..I for It itte; a curatUenlr tHte.l. I...t everytMMlt rustic and all on. Willis Uttlet."ia

:1:T[*; fatmllr wtiin.t.-i Friends of the prln.jft a ('b"I1'.< tit *rimt logs at a tood both to the air piu
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ti dpals:' tn"Idlvltl.,1 1 Into factions it" powerful he-ll au.! nntl.eptloerToct Slurer. l lvMil. .

01, And Micurdlnc a' that found In (he mountain A Large Pumpkin AND Mlli*, .t .'.

killed. etc. addrviteIlrownJenlncs where the pine forests. Hi\f off their tine r.f the Urgent *1..1 l Guest pumpkin :Newherry' October .

Hardwood Cot fragrant and he lln|: b l.Aiiillryatlte .. wn In this rtlon for a longtime

Suffers No More. Fake ItutK-r. Florida the Invlirorntliiic: mid heal- was tot hn 'icht to Sheriff I. %'" I Death of a Ch' *

: rarkeiftbutn.. U \a.; mitt 2 tt e Hun aged <:. .lui I.' "' 1h'* School House.C .
New will from catarrhal ,. '
| gel relief sour on Tester of the death of \VIIH
>11 throat with a r.*or il) > tIC ,instantly X e
C Fletcher, a successful contractor trouble J W McOollum A: (<<..'0. see Mr. lumpier. who U th. efflcient a half year old son of x"s;
u\ He left a note alng a. hat suffered
; of Hell. wins In the city Tuoe- "0 many cures even of the womt. cases chairman of the lUmrd ut County .JotephVIUon., whit< h
w all bps life from a* lacutshe: dt,ea..e
Lad thought beet to put on cud, to It ulayjn business connected with the of catarrh with offenaltermUlnir hreethh 01mla.k.t'r.: all also a successful Sew berry Monday y,
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X11. .4>hool board of mucous frequent sheeting. farmer and a. a token of his friendship The funeral was held

Mr.Al etcber baa just x>u>plet. l a dropping In the throat and speaauode to Sheriff Fvnnoll fc.. brought Laterment being at Funs ,iro'lery .",,

1 Chln a a Ceostltuttenal Monarchy, nice' MaVbol I bulklUie for Suwanae couching. tat they few warranted lu him this. pumpkin Rev. O. T. T1'I..rc4'" ,"

LoacloD. Ort 5':-AVpedel 1UketrhFekln M hoe4,i'\ci the West. Bad. which would ..lilac n'OftW' wader .n abeoh&net Tae >XMunpkla was on exhibition eeretuonle. y

YII.e.. .a,. tfce dee rags enpievsteeel do rreiM to a ..tae" Urger. district. got e. tu reftuiMl the nxMfrey: If It in UM oOlc of County Clerk S. H.e FT**.** 9l Mr. asd Kit p r

11.. a d.rree.eIert.g the paVoos were weU And not b aU tlael U eUlmed for It. . la tom'
Tb and trustee 'tV. .. dartag ,.....y. sad attract. r-.tkt8e: ..ua. Uwmr8I&
it of Chlaa. a coasUtvttonal
.. .eAaae' pleased with the bgU4iag. __ TWy will take an the risk. ads. great deal of atte uoa. .-.... .
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<1< . STANFORD. PROMOTED. DEATH OF MRS. MILLER.Old ;/// ////// / /// / / 'r

and ,
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tit B. Chief of Field Staff of Ninth Highly Respected Lady '
r Cough drops, throat ( ll'i.ffil
._ ,1. .Div Jon, U. S. Special Agents. Passed to Her Reward. 1IJ'///11111//1////i/JJ//J/i1/t1/J

>m Sunday's Dally Sun. lozenges, or cough i I Mrs Jemima Miller.etitytwo

.,t D. Stanford .-portal agent of theJnlted syrups may relieve yearn of aj nml one ot the rnot beloved .

Stat s Find office who has of the residentof the W. jt
a cold but they don't
le his headquarters in Gainesville (-. died tiaturday morning at 5 .

For' the past twu or three jears bat care it. .S'coft'j- O o'clock.l c- act \

.'been promoted which, will be glad Emulsion not only Deceased wail born In O'orgla; near I 1
,a Where you want It-
V flews'' to his numerous friends al. o Valdosta but has been in this State
immediately relieve ---s----- want it
When -
.bough; they will regret very much and county: for the pa-tt thirty years. yon

,. )/i lose him. your cough or cold but a She was a devout Christian a memo ,.()() } ?}()ciun No smoke-no smell-no trouble.

'Mr. Stanford on Thursday received it giving ber of the Christian church and was 'i'ncso PP
by
cures you (, .ci: Often you want heat in a hurry
"
.a telegram from General Land Commissioner activeuntil prevented from active
R. Dallunger, Washington the strength to throw work on account of her advanced age. in some room in the house the fur'I

Instructing him to proceed to New it off. Take JTcotf The funeral was held Sunday, the pace does not reach. Its so easy to Y)

Orleans, where he will assume charge Emulsion for Interment being In Pine Grove ceme

f as chief of ffeld staff of the ninth division tery Elder Lindsay officiating. It was pick up and carry a

aY comprising the States of Flor- cottar b and one of the largest attended funeralsever

,ides, Missouri. Arkansas, Alabama. colds. held In the county, nearly a Oil
PERFECTION Heater
..., ,Louisiana and Mississippi. M1 ALL tnou and friends of the deceased com
t While Mr. Stanford regrets very DRUGGISTS iSO ing from every section of the county.
e *. AND $r oo. 'with Smokeless Device)
(Equipped'
f much to leave Gainesville, he says It Mr: Miller l Is survived by four sons

,;Is .a promotion which he cannot af- 'v. II. Jones. G. W. :Miller and D. P. r to the room you want to heat-suitable for any room m the

:'ill, ord to pass by It given him notonly .. ._ Miller of Trenton and :M. I. Jones of smokeless device
- real absolutely
-- ---- - -- -- -- house. It has
more salary but more prestigeIs this city and four daughters, Mesdames -! a prevenhnQ
DEATH OF MR. Ei VINQTON.
sand, a step higher in the land of lire j :Martha Prevail of Valdosta smoke or smell-turn the wick as high as you canr III

t fwork. HaviiiK the matter In his Well-Known Levy County Man Passed Ga.. Harriet Atkins of Bell: and W. : as low as you like-brass font holds 4 quarts of oil{ Ii
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however, he decide to II. Everett And W.V. Weeks of
may I II Away In Gainesville Monday. that gives out glowing heat for 9 hours. Fin '
"IDake: Ills headquarters In Galne.'Illf* Trenton to whom the nvmpathy of the l
"'romVednesday's Dally Sun. ished in and nickel-an ornament
japan
:(Instead of New Orlt-aiis. I community Is extended: ,
Jamelt O. Elvington of Otter Creek
it: Mr. Stanford Is quite popular hu\- anywhere. Every heater warranted.
died at the Odd Fellows'
log been in public life for many y,'ar.4, Sanitarium THE METHODIST CHURCH.. J i m B
in this city at 8 o'clock Monday night -
?;He: was at one time a member of the ': Tai OLamp
iStgte' Senate of North Carolina. nod of heart failure, brought about presumably Four Accessions Made at Conclusion : ( a I Ire

:w/s by an attack of acute rheumatism of I ia tie tamp lor the student or' '
; for two terms Journal clerk of Sunday Evening Service. ,
which had troubled him for some I do. It gives a brilliant. dearly !light - -
.,.Ar the Senate of that State. lie was tlnio.Air.. The services at the Jo'irstIf'tho. that ......"Nude a,lea..,.. Md oIlw...nickel plated. and equipped I s
,;. afterwards elected State librarian uf- i dist church were welt attended on wilh the latcat improved central, rah burner. Every lamp warranted.

i: ter which be nerved, three years III Klvlngtou whose home was at Sunday evening, when the pastor Rev.T. II you cannot eblaia ike Perleclion Oil Haler w Ray Lamp iraaa i
Otter Creek where he has been for I (lor dracnpliv circuI.r.tlTANDAMD i
dealer. writ lo our neared agency
1 it . several years engaged!; In' the naval oss. COMPANY
!; > at Washington. i sermon Dr. Nixon' Is a preacher ..)
.r Returning to North Carolina Mr. stores business was brought to I of great ability always speakingwith \11UU11111111\\\\\\\\\\\\\,\1111111111111N11111111N\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\,\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ u ult.
Ualnesvllle' several weeks and
Stanford practiced law with great sue- ago Interest and upon this occasion .
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placed In the hospital where he has
,\ Ness; before entering the and Depnrt1 his bearers were dewily interested" .
:'tnent of the United States Govern received the best of attention. Kvery- At the conclusion of the service four The Thirty-Fourth Year of-
thinK possible was done for him but
ment. members were received Into the
>' .. to no avail.Deceased. church-three by letter and one by
Miss Tebeau's and School
Boarding Day
DEAD MAN BOUGHT PIANO was a 'native of North baptism nnd confession of faith. The
Carolina and was about 38 years ofUK ,4.

F5: '. And Salesman Clinched Bargain Before **. He was a man of excellent service feast In all and was those n most who enjoyablelove attendedwere Opened SeptemUef'l >, UH);, at 8: 10 a. m.NO. .

"r Funeral WasM>ver. character, and was well liked by till deeply ImJ rfoOilMed. 800 "CST MAIN STKEET S. :-: U.\lSESlIl.I.... t 1.lIltlll\

I The following anecdote.Bh/ a little who knew him. .
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The remains taken
were Tuesday
crew OlIl t. Illustrates the extent
to Fair IllufT. N. C.. where the Interment Napoleon Bonaparte
b ''to which some salesmen go to procure Send orders for Job Printinir t. ,
t, will be held. They were accompanied Showed at the battle of Austerlltz. your
business, nays The Delineator
1 by his father Oeo. \V. Riving- he" was the greatest leader In the
for October. It was recently related
"''Io. ton who was with him at the time of world. Mallard's Snow Klnlment has THE SUN JOB OFFICE.
.s actually occurring In Cincinnati
his death T. \V. Shands of this city shown the public it Is the' best liniment
though we will not vouch for It: .
and J. S. Fisher of Otter Creek with in the world. A quick cure for .
'On his way to business, a piano -- -- ------ ------
whom he was associated in business. rheumatism sprains, burns ruts etc.
;a man noticed: crape on the door of a
Deceased Is survived by to In parents A. C. Pitts. Uodessa. LA., says: "I
house and. ascertaining from the
,t
r brother and sister to use Ilullard's Snow Liniment In my
one one
? neighbors that the head of the familyluul I I
died. Immediately called on the whom the sympathy of the! community family and find It unexcelled for sore The South's Greatest

and friends 'tw extended. chest headache corns In fact for
L widow, and In condoling said:
anything that can be reached by a
'And hw was such B devoted bus-
.y liniment" Sold by W. M. Johnson.
$100 REWARD 100.
band! Only the day before his fatal

:' illness, he visited my store and selected The readers of this paper will t be Pleasant BlrtViQay Party. MAIL ORDER HOUSE

a piano to be sent to you as a pleased to learn that there Is at least
U. T. the well knuwt baker
Schafer
present but of course, this calamity one dreaded disease I that science has -

baa canceled tho transaction' been able to cure In all Its stages, and who owns and conducts the Keystone w

9, "Naturally the bereaved wife Insisted that Is Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh CureIs Itakery. North Gainesville, always did ..

v upon owning this last token from the only positive cure known to the believe something,( good to eat especlnlly -

the departed no matter what the (cost medical fraternity. Catarrh being a oil the occasion of his birth Is Now Ready to Fill Orders for

and the enterprising. salesman closed constitutional disease, requires a constitutional tiny.
treatment Hall's Catarrh Mr Sohafer observed this occasion
i a profitable Bale, though his wholefitory
Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly on Sunday In the greatest style, as
to her was of course, a fake, MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
far as something to eat was concerned. -
UM>M the blood and mucous surfaces

MICANOPY NEWS NOTES. of the system, thereby destroying It was his thirty-third year, and READYTOWKARCLOTHING

the foundation of the disease, and his giMtd wife prepared a dinner of

roast turkey and oth T things! K giving ttu* patient strength by building
Mtcanop.v. Sept. ::10. -M rH. Dr. John
enough for the gods/ Only a few
up the constitution and assisting HATS
: son and children have returned from
ftt. Petersburg, where they have been nature In doing Its vinrk. The pro intimate friends outside the (until)' ,

Mummerucntlon.. prletors hate MI much faith in Its were present but the ttpre.id was thoroughly
ou a
curative that they offer Oneliundr.rt enjod.. and lute In the attPrtl.strt .
powers
reached
and
\. Mr. Meltiin family AND FURNISHINGS-
Mho had beet fortunittn
thoxo HO
,. liome y.'"twdny. uU.r hitting' Iweveral lotliirs for any case that It I I I
w"-'ks :it different i>nninier rt, I full to ('ur..'. Send fur list. of testi as to sit around the fe'tltehoard

ort... IlIonhIddn'M14, departed wishing the hoaxt

t J, 1 K: 1'lir.ivln Ir who im-t wltli uterlous I'. J. CII.NJ.Co.; .. Toledo. I). and his family malt)' p1fit''unt returnsof Stocks larger and more complete than ever :32 jr;

rx Sold by Druggist. ie.Take > .. the it.i)
+ act''lileni' Keventl months ago I Best .
quality at moderate prices. Our ; *
Hull's Family Pills for constipation
.ont! hud tn K,I 'n llaltlmore for tieilJuent -

cttm tvrk: Tliun,I.,,' I ll le ,..>MHH A Card. Spring and Summer Catalogue will! be

to have recovered eiitlrt-lt. and l I. Off to New Orleans. This to certify that all druggists ore sent upon request.

wall tl.' authorized refund IfFoley's
looking was uiritmintnlfdhome to your money
I 1': I I1. Stanford. "|1" 'lnl! an"-nt of the
by his| | .I"t.or.l Kubl, tutu l :Mi*.* Honey and Tar tails to euro :
l'nlt-d Sinter: land. nlllc >. who tine
I Ala :Maud* Vmititi who "".1 !b....K InJt<lmoro your cough or cold It stop the
fur thepart
been Ht.itlotutl In this i-lt\ I
'u'\,-ral I \\.H-k cough, hcitls the lungs and prevents I
3 two or thr*, yratte. and wln.'rtasIi
r Mr Thrasher I III putting another ail serious r..ults from a cold Cures la B.H.LEVY BRO & O.SAVANNAt1
-<''intly promoted to 11O"hlt.r uf stag
Oitloii to file linttieiii.* .loi. >- lutlltluiki grippe cough und pre\t 1
of the ninth Held.. \f1l1t11! StuteM sis.] I ,
A Slew fen u has been put IM .1: and consumption. Contains no opiates
<'(1.,1 art>nItI with headquarters" In New
the < tiiolluu ""I''',. and It nddM.i '1'h.' genuine: Is lit a yellow packagellefu =' :" C1EOROIA.
IrleulIetrtl's! DiU morning to it"- .... sul. >tnutHs. J \"' McOollumAc :
i
)n'Itt'rl. tt' to the |In..>WH of the 1t1'trraP ..
ptiiiulil I new duties anti Mill h r I Co i

title r luaki' 1.1- .t.lquarters. III the ;
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:Mr Stanford trio IK |*) i>.
H lno l mtuM. pottloii) has. in.tdf,

nian>' friend here who" rnr-t 'o 111"t'1|I "Oldest Bank in Central Florida"

butt I it""H\M fh..y tui\> the rou...>lntlonif

knuwliiic however that th.-y will I

rf is a oothlnt, hc. Hn,<. balm containing 5., ,t, him utuw In s white. raw he h\1' I Intl"r r
H. F. DUTTON 1/l'i'II. .:n. ( : : Ico
drug hating ihucolic l'IlELI
no n cf
t promlixtl to iuukt,,lt. nt regular T"r" DUTTOn RAnK
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E IlIto'rIIt \" iv IL ,11.\1'. I: .UtOlUlr4
a l re.l.t.a
nt"y IH that Mr: Stanford ",' Ilterrltorj o' Lt ..tI"S r.

quickly and sad sas.tlle4" tb."UClCbly\tb.rnentlmruatl aid Inn" Ms. htlll.I.t\uuh'r. her,. aht.. \\,.,",k"'t.'T.. Capital Full P31d 575.000 II t.--)S. : f rhe 0 I

cleanses. Valuable sot only for : will c.atprlse .lSlat..-- BANKERS \. UH1.1II.'oIr. GAtr.. V :.. ..E. FLA. A.fULT"lIal \. I
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CATAKRHbut t .. lt., B J' .
oJ 0 SIClforool'O'
t-tahll.hN: I
Notice to Our Customers. p; I' n'It.ttt.
:t rclirwM : .; ..... &....1 T'.. ... (:QC'N'fl'and (111 !o- .1 THmu.. '
nay fn- r. ". .t.iI.lnubl- 11.4 art 1.1..1 t.. announce thatFolly's I I I .i1

W. Gu.r... : Houey and Tar for coughs, DEPOSITORY W R TUOWAOo

Boy a *,o cent tube of NosjtNA from e..cold std lung trouble Is not affected!

R. B. AVKR. l.v the Ntttloual Pure Kood sad Drug A it.al who.* "tir ""tl| .... t- a .ea+t t la _. lima q...swe 04 0 .eah.ry tkr II k.. w.......... its

"" tarn .. It contains no optUtes or ether t.smta .. M.rek..... c.---... Fear", MNI._. Turp.arw.e OJ..DI..J I.livtdwl..oiw.ed.
t
Gadget' your ttionrv iMntktf not satisfied. armful drugs. and w*. rectittinieitd U'a )'..r perrrnt pall. .. Time .....rttar.. .t -1-11. U0r 11_!.. 9 a. ... "
tutie sari booklet by mall tt>t.DROWN chlldri and
M _T. remedy far
MrO CO. j
aft ... *.Nita. Or..wt_a. l..oIult3 J."I McColluw k C. ar


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V THE GAINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER a t, 1907 r

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Im lmr.ral. ORANGES WILL BE SHORT.


GEORGE OLMSTEAD Does Your II 1 I Drought and Rain Combined Played ,

WANTS S40,000 | Havoc With This Year's Crop. .

I Joseph J. Tin*lE'Y. representative' t.

of the ..:. R. Ilrackett Company. New t.a a

Wreck on a Heart BeatYes. I York and one of the mot thoroughly
Injuries in a
ccstamed puott'd commission men In the State,
Texas Railroad. after spending two or three days with CASTOR IAs2 *

10OtOOO times each day. his wife and mother In this city, left

THROUGH BRIDGE for Palatka and other points Moiida .
TRAIN, WENT Does it send out good bloodor
in the Interest of his firm.
bad blood? You know for v>JCsCCCs5ccs
,
and :Mr Tinsley states that the move
Conductor
-f oim.t.ad Was the good blood is good health ; lent of the first crop of oranges; will The KInd You Have Always Bought and \\hid, 11&.4 beca

,In His Allegations Seta Up That He bad blood, bad health. And bo on in good shape the. latter part of In use for over 30 years, has borne tho signature oCM. +

Mat Been Injured. Which Will Incapacitate you know precisely what to October This crop will be short and has boon nm t"' under his pe*-

Him for Duty. take for bad blood Ayer's how ..\?'r. running from 600.000 to TOO.- sotial auncr*,'Isloii sine"' ItM liiAtncy

of this city O" b.u'" TLe second crop will be- AllcnV' no Otto to dt'4.'I,*' ell In this.
I'' .)Im tt'ad. formerly Sarsaparilla. Doctors have All Tust-uM-Knoil"; t
Counterfeit Imitations and but
v throughout slit to move late In December This urn 1
and 90 jo is well known was the endorsed it for 60 years. crop will run two and a half to three Hxperlmeiits that trillo with and eiulaiiir tho Loulth ofInfanta
country
thloJ ttion of accident the In Texas while ,ODe.r., fr This"x| i..produce t e.n..of rmxtlpallixi.bad. bl...", tl .Polaououcutwtaur .ImrgUhll million oxelt. against; about ".Ot\O.Ot'd'' and Clilltlreu-Ex|>crlctic itK> l>*Ht llxportmeiit.What .

yleum >r an ** .r. that .""..'rt-.. Into lit. 1 blood la<>r \\\r. which shows that the crop .
conductor of a freight train Ke. .p th. bo..l...p.a with A|.r'. 11IU.
**r' i-i} i take and will i>.> away short. is CASTORIA :
Sour
011 (h, iteaumoiit.railroad. In which he claims ....*&T'.0.aooa.tonr..f ants 0o..Iowan.. x_ Mr Tlntdey attributes this shortage (

tf-.tern, unstained serious Injuries. A. HAll VKKXt.AGIC to the drought: which was* of great Caatorm: is n harmless subatltut+ for Cantor Oil Pare-

to Da omiotead I* now laid up in a rI ers\ CHEWY! CIRE.PECTORAL. duration. and more recently to theexcessive gone, I3ropM aunt Soothing Syrttpt. It Is' 1.J..aU<1\nt. It 1 I
yr and : and continued rains througti- contains
Antonia Texas neither Opium Alorphliio nor other Nareotlo8ub8tatic
hospital, i" San w. lt... BO s..nt.I W. paba.his.
f II towing!: account of his misfortune form
the taken from The Houston Post and oll,>H IVverlMlmeMS., It cures Ihnrrhncu! au.l >Vln l

-,. ------- WAS DRAWN. Colic. It lio\es Trt uhh".
tb, _.,1 In2>t. will prove of Interestu LIST Tc* thlinr cures' Coiixtiputlou
ct fri..miof the man ,here: I FATHER LYNCH IN TROUBLE.Lost and PHtuh] >iic>'. It ONMltullatos tho 1..0.1. regulates the '

I .Im tt'ad. who claims that I Clerk Wlenges. Sheriff Fennell and Stomooli and ItowoN! giving healthy stunt 1.\Utrulliloep.

> ecipitated In the San .lacin- His Fine Fox Terrier. and Feel Justice Colman Drew Names.. I The ChlldrciiN l-auu&"CI.-Tbo Alothor's Friend.

b 11\ of Very Badly About It. '1'he list of thlrt -ix which
.. while acting/ conductor >-> : names
to'cork i 'rain has filed suit in the dis- Rev. I*. J. Lynch pastor> ot St. <'ottti'ni'" the |Panel for the comliiK I CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

a ,ourt against the Heaumoiit.g Patrick's Catholic church. and one of fall terns of the circuit (court which I .

tr"c it i'ilvand Western Railroad coin- the most!: kindhearted) men In this will omMi: In this city on November Boors tho Signature of 2 2I

rc-co\er damages to the extent section of the country, feels batllv l>.>- II In*, been drawn. Clerk S. IIi r

par .. caiifethe has lot into COlli I Iii 11 lUll. \\i Iettte+. Sheriff I. \\', Fennel! and )
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<:i It pttitlon it Is alleged that 4 .Fldo, an affectionate fox terrier Ju-ttite Cit'n.; \1.: Colman drawing the ,

over San Jacinto river which haw followed! him and I piod' 11.1111"( (mill the box
'
the ,11:'
,r, A, i,, rwo on July 15 1911'7.; per- a true friend!, for -nim tlnu.. It was It h.i- I,e<'n the practice in nearlvex.rv / ..

'h train upon which the not exactly ""Fiilo>" Intention' 'n lta\t ('uunty' In the State to pnMlxhth

r n :': .. ,,,. conductor\ to fall to thef I I his master but soim-hn\\ the animal ii'.llu" s of those drawn ax jurors innad1.I j The Kind You Have Always Bought \
strayed and. father l. 'nch tends rk dunes
,,1 "ifo tilt bed of the rl\er > aw < but Cl"' Wlentte lint

of the fall OlniMteadi bad about it as ")Fiiio must:. feel bv 1..1"\ .. this to he the proper| thug... I I.f

i .1 number of his I ribs were 'this tinif. i' lii\lt.-K the opportunity| of In Use For Over 30 Years.

,1 .'t.-.ed in ; that his client I "Kiilo IM a KOO<| and )\lubnUl' -hen,. rto Interview' the juror anal''' _. ......... co....... .. _...... ....... ...W .... .....

'. --std In slze and his : tov lie lain l bec'u nut mitrd I iv all .i..< <'i't.1! it' how they tand on certHiiini.i't

'' decreased Ho also losers of good looMiiK mud l intelligent,; r- which nmv be p.'-indln r.

rt'E'h'.1'pn'l Mownback. canineith the rn.-ult that Father .

loin. h"I.11111 Lynch turns got UK* vmjinthv of all That Tired Feeling.if .

of his hotly and that dug ndnilrciii. "i/l% 1.:1got th.ni all I .Mm are languid d.-pr'"M d, >n -

tebra jf tlirCHOOL spinal% looking for "FIi.1", ('1"I.; 1.- f..r cork It indieateit that

;:.' II The dog 11f*,e*. r..l 1 from home .\ it \ r Is out t.f ortler llerblin .SPECIAL SALE.

Saturday nifthr. since hi<'h tim. tilt: :iNt. nature to throw off hemlU . .

CONVENTION. I .iQthing hat been tiii or heard ..t ; h. It> uitiAtism and ailment ..iklnt

him He. IK a fox terrier of .m.'d linn .. thc. .... 1 f !
"iii' ne .1.1'S l build white one bla.'k ar. aJIII l ti.- ;i < 'in!' \1| -' tJ. . ' M ' . f1 th I I. a ,'iVm 1 11
.ti : i Baptist Church Here JI'> .o..h! vitalltv of sound and i p rr ct
V M.nk.tMi I XI.'J I I. \--cqI"'TcLt': I I )
owner" would \erv much al".r..I.lt." lieal"i! r. J tliaMmrd' T.mpl>' 1. '. *. 1 i t. I. | ;

a Great Success. I any Information leafing l / to hir> ... rlt.- I lasts used Heif.hf..,r MHj I 1 :Ml'i J.-I'N: : I 1 1.1; <4H > l "* 1 I'1 u .' i 1'i. . '. .i 1 .u' -.tl./ it IIrIefl1:11 : ,}

y "-,hool convention of ('on'r)'. 1 int 10 ,vdari'. It ban done K,iI' i. ;j!1 J..-- 'Ili.m If -t t !t. M! It''mi.I il/ ,. I .. >. uI-! i.n
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Kirrr IlaptUt \to..Jt'ia" vod hun all the d.tttr. It I Ihet '.. .
:<
churches THE MOTHER VMEETIN8. r In. P..I.'t. I 'ntif ,of'iIII 1 I I '- !M J I.I i I iT, .''I I 'an,, III I, fmiu'i
,.u.r '1rl"1 all the in.- .. '.\ IV river district ad- 1t.\.I" ;,... '.t.ld by0'. M Jol.-i." 1 t., *.. ". |I" l*'&, .1 ,::1.:.... n.vn. in.1 I |.rii-H. 1 I- !1.... ...rrl. In" "U to i
'. \lltlll.I .. I :It1 *.:, Mu-.li.. 1 .W' I 1."r ..lli. *'
: 'j at noon, after .x most Was Held at Home of Mrs. Pitt, and j; p.tMt .i.t .t 'I. I. {: n. orII. a\ t. V V'

efloial fecftnfon lasting: W.. Well Attended Monday.The I! of the Doardt. 1 l.i'.' ::1- t rut IIU, i II . I I",.1. 1.\ w.,' i .. .. ..I!? \I"tl| :-I"ltJI.
I at' Meeting ;,' " r t ,, . .7 ;,11< lit ""I e. :o. i ' 1'1 ., 'iii long
MotherH tiuftlriK wan' held Th.' Hoard ,' i'oiinty l"cminii ..t..t1 I I, . , 1 u' .1' 7 tliNllnlt(
,turn which I.nil ad- the home of Mrt I TV PlttM 1"I> I
., lubllr
I .r > and tfc l 11.,1( of Infirm ..
i aptlht: Church I la 'corn-1 \\"e1-t MtCormlck utrt..-t. Monday a't "
tl"lht'Jd tlu-.r i 1"I.lar nwMitblv H'- ... : I4H.IHIGDON ix
)HI' t1
'!L., ,. hchool worker nIl <'i.{.ioon. and Max well, attendedT 'IOIIK Tu..aadn.1. tooth wire uft.1.1ed i I rtl .

i iiutiiig!< on each llfthconvtntloti li*'",. ni t.tlriK*, which are held at b.
r
by *%*rv int
of d h.'learloii4 reKMlar, Int 'r\'Mli.' are t><>(' minK more I .I'riM-eeilltiK" "r the 'nte etini;.. nn J

\ Sunday t school iut .-htlnn and \iiTtrurtlnt e,ih . .
be KlVtfl as M > li urt tll IWirite h\'
"' I com together, for the sn'usluti i and llioOu. manifest' an i I.. ,.nut 'r.tl ulu n the mllltlti...." COMPANY, High Springs Florida;
. and, the of rei 'iiiK ln .fit
*t pruMreuM tnten'tit are \ Ir..at! j I --.Q.'
-
school, which acconi- The inrftlnK" are prntitiK'" riioit !,.'tieflclal LETTER TO E. C. CHITTY' A SON.

at deal. giving the various and lnstriictta< h month i Ml4.ii.. t Florld.i.I .
t
." .'!" an opportunity to *>x' The i Ilrolranl11''a> : )' t "niirl| ..d a ear Sirs H.rex a tale' with a ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY!

and plans'' for the betulvancemeiiqrif ll"t of nni"l II'al I and lllrar niim>,,'TH point to It. l-ri.Jii. ,In the barde! t !

the workTOMORROW which WITH In.I..1 l unit rt.ilnlnK. and .state iii the I'moii for P.iliit
tiltiiioie k |I.i\i- <* 1'all.lt 1 n-.-..n,
-. which will not *o'.n !be frorlo\'flU"n\ htlioft1 >' | . o. I 11 f} oo pcr"I-l
I Florida, think flu. v know" what pent !
who heard there I can d<. In, the r J Innate; thy'". !.....u ; E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
During the afternoon Me"ilan's minting for :', etim.. iKeviw It.n t<
\t,.ir.?i. of huts and full Information furnUhrd r..KtrdliiR lanta Ii Ibis
Pitt and' O P Can nuu, who shared i years. and Ih.1"' Iu-.xe wears Inyearstheir
i itriniy Oar inanairrr ha lived In this thirty y.an end
honors In ntert.ilnlriK:. frf.''l d.-llclo l- I w. i r 1.1,ti are: 'Ilulldfus.we. . : !I. thoroughly .on..ranl with land till*.
palntid I'H'I.* ) ears IIKO U. !'nf
)H frenhmentf. whUh It t. ti-.-.1-l -- -- .
ga.NI'condition. < paint tu.II"Th..y
"III assure my life tomorrow" }1.'toz4 to add w .-rinj"\."ul l also .d. lea
I only one year HiI f. IM.Vrue lit ..."r.. I E_ \"OYZE ,
I' lint .liox* iliv )"11 knoxxif
if !1.. Hit)' t, .",..rro", for Lest We Forget I Ten yearn I- .t IonIC lifetime' for "'JJ K. ACCIDKNT ItUUULAKY ANI INlM.flTY INHCICANCK.vatIon : lt.pt..
taunt In Florida I''u'r: thou .0 in American and '
nurab of
llaby l I" restless, ran't 1"1' at ,I a J.romln.a' English notnpaal 1
: 13In"'f' don (t Barr nay that either HEAL KHTATK; AM UITY l.OANH
"I'. -in') in foroTOU.\\" night. won't cut cries xpaxirnMllcuilyA 1 1 I. true a* a "..,i.rtl I fact: III tfio.*>
.
C3taia&Hvillo F loridaaThe
t. |.,.?"tt. the widow bottle of White' Cream -rmifuK{" I States, but there are mrli ,in.tafres. ,

'I 1 toinorntw foyer falls to cure Every moU..ral10uld I If we nhoiild rail thin: rust of IW-KM, --

r.-tw( ,..ii two .1.- give tier baby White'" CreamXertnifuKe In Florida halt of the usualrust of
paint, It would t,r tan mu 'li. we nup- Oldest House in [
.
will all .. .. w-hen the Whiskey Georgii
into !
l pa ) ; rt IJ man/ times (..,... It.. aboutTie third ; there ,U w,
baby I* pale l and fretful the ruotb..r'd' much trash tb" re the <<..tll..t p..lIltI. ,
|"'r ce'nt of nil death ..-. not know what to do A bottleof l I. the wor.t. and the w..r.t l I. the ; tlfttabllahed IMI \.
Jfl the 1"nit.rl'taband l :
I mlltflfO.t Y..rr..rr
color to
thin medicine would bring
V'nur.. truly.t UI." -elf uw: .1..11. '.
laughter to his .- -,
and
>
his. che-k
W PKVOK CO
It trial Hold by' \\ M Johnson 'i:: I.u- fee "1.1 rye lly th. .allota .....
The EQUITABLE Give a r.: S TI... H } Tb<..m... Cu, all .
I I i psnt.t / I > r full quart |a.W.

''III".retile..I within >:NK- 'In the Mayor' Court. t-I I REPAID'
.
I .f. nut ,1.-M,1a| wenn'-
'n. Iainte l are not 1-.i.1 Hutch Tbby.u a""fKn.-.l In the I : !
P I.. n-sally .It... I.. .1..I..y myor' court Monday for the third I Purr 1..n..I. I.,.. IU.III.... I11.
tl... !t..nrticirry ..nnl.>- .. rharframbllnic tof I T. F. THOMAS! rn.f t..- II* lb. gallon ta.76. roar .
time within a week u[ >n a I+ ' 1n full quart p fry.3'"I .
;" t. .
pap-r> Hutch .M...-ntly lo,,-. the '' CO. ) I'X... t PIIKPAIDA5YIL :
UNDERTAKING
COUPON fanclnatlon of gambling: U och an .ttent ;

that It in hard for him to Ida: ,I - KTK ,
!,"il to r, I F ."..Iman -' "'ar..uh./satsl .'
nnN HO anti :
_.. r.t ;..i..n..r"iuUIa .-, .,.. It up lie was H .:1'iA.1 I FUI.I. 1.1$Mi OHMVV -3-1 :) ,,,,. 17 &) KfMjr fall quart* r rA7
.T
but tbrotiith his tton) y. 17f1'1. a.X'.K4!' I'KKPAID

.. : m-'If to Jr. appealed l the m- : (toouS.. +
any Sarah Howe and Agnes 1-.fa" tni o.irr.
'1 I.' 1l..1 what. Jenal.trtirtllar. ducky damsel of the ?.-.award ..,..... i iI lly ,t.. sal : Kour fall qaartISPAfU '
i 'Ufe'
1 i .11' Iif tTt''A1 n f M. IC: x i'U l KHH' PCLL'H P
rrwrhtagtXt1.tiIi arraigned for !r1."Un .
di.trict .err : A r'Ytt ",M _ _ _
II". --- --- --
I E" 1'1r..t' from boeded .r.t.-
: i 1'. f..ri aM Anal I. slid rot a-!*
.I"-J wt'rq .. 1uMN'n1/PYh'" UL" 11)1\Tru CURS
"II:' T. ud 014. Hy the saltoa IZ u) t
i John Ww'd I*..n for b nc drunk waya '
) .
tseat ll Ky 'h. alloa 1ZJIt.Y
1'sIt roar toll tl/ t m > .
1\ .
... IKO : Cof4"
,. .! .*" I'
I loMir >r..c.... e. X "HI! :, ':.jCr-I.'U'1 r.Xa.K..M YICJr4JVw.

For Over 8J.ty Yur.
'
jrr a- Qabeee r.iM she. . to w ..e....e.ai. Ie II. di-.U the 1."dI; t,r Ad. of Ky. sal KrKjfbon WLUkl& la ,.... .=
Itirtb .
Itexnthlog
1fr..D.JoW' . .... )4e ,, .e..rsa..d$..nteewsvt kt slid will .**. yon trots M to>> b'i ,.., _.t m_ your purrrha.... deed far prt*
D..t for children t* bLDIr It + ...ease.flaID.VIU.. litl a.d estet"jD., p r.. OJ oa ap plMratitm" ,
.aoruN the cMM. sott.os tit. =tats: a
THE ALTMAYER 4 F1ATAU COMPANY
aUy an pain. mr .load e+elle. aid _. RvrUU. LIQUOR
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.I4..A. :'ON' GKa.
U U. bat rem d7 to divnbcwa. .
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a"i; ,. THE GAINESVILLE 'SUN: OCf OBKR: :-. 18)07) ;


'
turned to their former home In Fltx ,
iCHUA .
TO HAVEA gerald, Ga. !>tr. Goldman was employed .
here as a cigar maker by the

NATIONAL BANK LA Mataitzas Cigar Factory. I .

Among the marriage licenses Issued I.THE VALUE
from the office of the county judge

yesterday was one containing the "OFPERSONAL '
National Bank of Alachna .
names of Oeo W. Logan and Miss:
k Organized in That Town. Gertrude Jackson, white. Other licenses KNOWXEDGJ

I were Issued to colored peo I

WILL BEGIN BUSINESS SOON pIe.
: V Deputy Sheriff W. M Durch of Tacoma I Personal knowledge n the winning factor in the culminating contests of "

...i.Th e r Capital Stock Will B. '25,000, and was In the city yesterday. He this competitive age and when of ample character it places its fortunate
came for a negro who had been ar possessor in the front ranks of
Stockholders Ar. 8om 1
: Its Among ;
rested here upon his Instruction- for .The Well Informed of the World. '
fjof b th Leading Men of Alachua and y
.
.
alleged offense hear Mlcanopy.
? some the achievement of the
A vast fund of personal knowledge is reaDy esvgntial to
. ,Qaln..vUe( / -election of Offlc.rs.N and took the prisoner _back to Mica 1
. highest excellence. in-any field of human effort
,Alachua, '!. ,ta.'have a new bank, toknown nopy. A Knowledge of Forma Knowledge of Function and Knowledge -
b4 as Rhe First National Dank j. A Parish of Hague was In the of Products are aQ of the utmost value and in questions of life and health
"Gf,,A1aehua. This la another evidence city Tuesday Mr. Parrish. who is a ,.
., when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup l
nOllrtlye- prosperity Of the people of that suffering from a cancer, has just returned t of Figs and Elixir of Senna. manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co.. i is an

Ive town, which Is one of the from Tampa, where he went ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and
In the State in proportion to for medical relief, but the visit seemed
I gives universal satisfaction because it i is a remedy of .
Uon.1..1aJa to be of no avail, as he received little {
I encouragement. Known Quality Known Excellence and Known Component
/. A ) bank was organized Tuesday at Parts and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Wei Informed of the ,
hna by the election of Tfr. .1. Clop KoHCoe Httird has returned to thin world,who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the first >s 1,
and after absence of several
TV. Shanda
president, city an
and best of family laxatives, for which no extravagant or unreasonable claims are made. r
i,A.. Williams vice-presidents, and months In Ontario province Can- /
... This valuable has been and known /
,.."W. McCulI. formerly cashier of adl'Ir.: llalrd. who Is an admirerof remedy long favorably _ /
,!. Bank of High Springs, cannier horsey brought with him a line under the name of-Syrup of Figs- and has attained to worldwide

,' directors of this new Institution race horse, and expects to enjoy some acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As its pure

.... 1 be Dr. J. C Ilinhop. C. A. WillIS -I sport the coming winter. \ laxative Well from Senna are well known to physicians
W. S. J. Ellis K. K and the Informed of the world to be the best we have / ,41
J. Roberta Charles Lynch who has been residing -
adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and
McCall of Alachua
nand O. W.
in Savannah for the past year.
Elixir of Senna of the
fully descriptive remedy
as more
W. Shawl
4' Wm. R. Steckert. T.
has accepted a position with a prominent
Gainesville, but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter
id Cbas. A. Fnlrcloth of wholesale packing house, and
of-Syrup of -and its beneficial
Figs
: name to get
; The new bank will begin with ntpAal
.; will make his headquarters in Gaines
effects always when purchasing the full
note
of 925.000, and already nan an
Our extend hit
ville. people him and
name of the Company-California Fig Syrup \
ice of a liberal patronage.atroekholdera
very ostlmable wife a hearty welcome.
numbered Co.-printed on the front of every package. '
are among William Ooore and family, who whether call for-Syrup of Figs
beat and moat conservative men you 1
have been residing at 112 West Main
I -Syrup of
or by name
'Alcchua and Gainesville, and HIICl -
hand
'. street N. for the past few months, Figs Elixir of Senna. '
assured at the beginning.
'
have moved to the cottage 404 North
ITala.. \ will give Alachua two banks, Pleasant street. It Is understood that d
of Alachua already being a .
Bank -
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Andrews wilt occupy -
bllshed and enjoying a fine bunl-' the house vacated by Mr. Goore

and family.
.n. new bank will begin bufttnens
To StOCK nuyers-Just arrived, car
it November 15. load of fine horses. and mules, which
C tfORIIIAfiGSVRI PA.
will be placed on the market at ono
OF CITY AND
.:very animal guaranteed In best
' X11, COUNTY CONDENSED I health" strong and competent. This
't, SAN FRANCISCO.
is a lot among the finest ever brought CAL.

.':Sheriff L.V.. Fennell and family I to this section, personally selected. LOUISVILLE. KY. LONDON:.ENGLAND.NEW'YOR K.N.'f.
;have, been residing at 70V East W. R. Thomas A Co.
!L.r
street N for the past two years J. K. Tutee, a prominent merchantof ni

". moved Into their own home on Archer wA-J transacting businessIn .
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same street. this city yesterday Mr. Tuten

Carpenters Union, which has reports nn abundance of rain In his

t located in the }I ay mans block for section recently, which has had a

.oI(past, year or more, have secured tendency to injure the cotton crop
', arters In the Jeffords building materially, nt the fields' were white
". U
Main* street S. I with the of budding harvesting staple the output with no as Texas P : :OF Seed Oats South Ga. Seed Rye
means
.rX>. Benson and son George, of
I labor In the cotton fields is very ..
Alta W. Va., were In the city
'm.:few hourH yesterday. They were scarce.
will I>r. I.urretlu Ilobb expects to return
{.route to Anthony. where they

their future home. weeks today after during an which absence time of she several has Florida Seed Rye Dwarf Essex Rape

r X"[ Done has received a new been In attendance upon lectures' and
French Bur grist mill and l is
clinics In Chicago and Denver, also
'prepared to grind meal cracked
visiting hospitals In these cities. A
and oats every day In the week.
week was spent at the Hattie Creek
bile patronage solicited. Sanitarium, which Institution needs
Mla. Jessie Kvans has returned no Introduction to the Gainesville Bermuda Onion Setts
Connecticut.Te .
New York and
|Mi)ple. Needless to say. Dr. Hobb'sfriends
she spent her month's vacation and patron. will extend hera

to delightfully. Her friends extend t'ordlal.IC'u.....',
r A hearty welcome home.

:,A., Wenske is prepared to do all Death of Young Lady.

.ct. of contracting and curptuiterOlpholnterliiK. :May the 14,>' 'urold daughter of :Mr

etc. Satisfaction and :\Ir" \\'. "'. We.'ksr died at the EVANS SEED
CO.
teed and bond given when re- home of her parents III Judson yesterday -

110 Alar him U1'i'IIIIe. morning, after a brief l lllii>x..

and StelU Shannon, children |ttenMt>.1| vkjix a voung !lady| ClI nffe

:William Hlmnnoii, have gone toe I <.tl nut<> dlitportltlim I "1..1H'" Lived! Gainesville Florida.

where they will attend Kclioolterm. l 19 a largt: ('In'!It' ur friends, who will ,

They are .h'I'I.III *Ith I| loam of her death with deep| regret:
_. And Mrs. U W Small at Raton I The funeral will be held today, the Posloffice Block Long Distance Phone 12 K

Kr. and Mr, Ooldman. after ia'v I Interment lieliiR at Pino Orove cemerv -

.weeks npritt In this elti". have re "' I

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M THE ORPHANAGE SALE A TJ. MANA SSE'S'






: The first Saturday in October (which is NEXT SATURDAY) we have decided to give 10 1 per cent of GUI

cash sales to the Orphanage Home at Arcadia, in compliance with the letter of Superintendent B: M. Bean


,I Which appeared in The Gainesville Sun of Sept. 18, 1907, and we will be pleased to have the public co-operatt


:pa with us in this worthy cause. Our entire stock of Merchandise, consisting: of

5


Clothing, Dry Goods, .Shoes, Hats, Skirts, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and


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y, Notions Will be Marked Down at the Lowest Figures.



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r "Wei luivo IH"".n rvliuMv nf< rAlnclum in of thti "' Tnl h't'1'i It :at tl) < n ft a

: t'ouiity in tin aif\lrni \' hill that tl! : p: il>ltcY N"ill .I as :
;,.. \)oSt. showing in tins worthy \.uu.. t ,,irs 11Wa C lil >. s .1 1 Gai esYille... Flonda



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? THE GAINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER :3, 1907 ,

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r- I""ESV'LLEIll'lt' SUBVERTING., THE CONSTITUTION. QUESTIONS ANSWERED. The Story of a XetHetne. ;([I NOTICE-SHERIFF'S SALE.

npkcember Ju name-"(.()ld"n Medical 1)ts.'ivetywss i Notice Is hereby given that under
In his recent speech at Jamestown (From The St. Augustine Metoor 1 .11I,1. t iv virtue of a certain execution
suggested bv <>: e of it* II'C..I..>v">rt-
Judge Parker performed a great public 'Issued' oat of the Circuit Court
In a letter asking for a sample ant and valuutlv Ingredient tt..IJ.u{ iii';
'.tI.h'hll.
service the fundamental Seal root.Nearly, ., county Florida upon a
1902. at GalneetIIvtUi' by analyzing .
-- 31. copy of The Meteor 1'ouhl..l settler remain '
\ linnei\t recorded
; matter. forty year a jn I>r. l'ien'die.- < on page
Dd-class Roosevelt .
of the regime.He
policy .
( i I.n: ; "
as asks these : "
questionsVhat: does iiuU'uicnt Hook
rIa. :: 0. records
of :Yarcb 3. covered that he could, by the u..< of pi.re
yy d..r Act ot Congre quoted from the text of the Presi Florida stand most In need of and triple-refined glycerine, aided by a er-. Sit -.11,1 r",111, wherein .:. Cooper Chit- '

1ti';'. dent's Harrisburg speech the words: I what would be" the best procedure fora lain i.egre; of constantly maintainedheat tv an.tithur, It Chltty. a* copartneix -
-. ,
= - "We need. through executive action mid with the aid of appratu and 111101. ,r iu- firm nan.and style of ,
-
; ; ? Every Monday and Thursday: new-comer! I appliance. designed for that purJ.... *- r. i' Mint.i *. :ton. are plaintiffs. <
:
; action and
through .
through legislative
We answered similar wild .J l K t'. .
a
question to .itei Is
; Gainesville.... Florida. j tract from our most valuable native rue defendant and
Judicial interpretation and construction this In The Datil Pepper some t -nyears ;I, diclnaJ roots their curative properties directed' I.. ..11 i and singular the

of law. to Increase the power of and the much better than t>y the UM of alcohol sheriffs of tl. Slitof Florida J. I*.
answer given then
ago '
M-CREARY.Editor aDd M.ger. So the 11'. .'1\110'11. ., sheriff' .,
world- of Alachuacounty
.. the Federal Government. If we fall 'I o generally employed. now
.N seems as apropos to us today as It' famed "(;olden Medical 1 ..Discovery" for Morida h.x.' I levied upon and I

of Subscription: thus to Increase It wet show our 1m- did at that time and we commend it the cure of weak stotaaolf. indlptestion or win nell !,diet .. tt\- court house door *

Terms k Sun *1 a year; I potenc.**.** Judge Parker's principal to the questioner as follows: dy"(.pets. torpid llrdrj er biliousness and at Gainesville Floiida between the

The T..I't'-a.'e Sc. objection to this revolutionary not to klndr- dt.rancemrnttwWfe *rt mail as legal; hours oi ...a''. ..? :Monday the
single copies If a commission composed of sincere U evfr sln4 parUcleot
months. 50c; a has a. without a 4th day of No\eml \ 11 l9oi thsame
aU say treasonable policy was in sub- practical men were appointedto alcohol I m Its 1Da -up. being *
Rates: a Legal
Advertising sal1111% to the
stance that It is a brazen unequivocal > A glance VaXtk u fist of its In.rf'Cll- II h.'tlt ,
lit and t best
advertisements 15 cents a Investigate the greatest needs of } ow. printed Jni *vefT bottlwrspp. bidder lierefor. for n
t.oal first and 10 cents for ea hdilltlona1 proposal to substitute for the con- Florida and to outline policy rtrnewcon1t"rs will how that It. Is IMUto from the most cash the following" described l'n'I.'tt1'

bye! for the stitution a government by commissions valuable medicinal rool a\found crowing situated. lyln situ belmc in .1laehudcounty.
ad8veVusement, for three. to pursue, they would I I I In our American foreir - -- "Florida tow, ItKiit ;
IisplaY months at special rates. that in the end. through successive report about as follows: First th' yredootsi Irma a half of northwest .lu.irier and

52" furnished twelve upon applicationvTrrlle expansions of the commerce up-bulldlug of a system of good; roads I .n the northwest' quarter tit tin northwest -

. and Death notices Inserted clause of the constitution might cover This to be done as nearly as possible quarter section :1 t:?. township| n. ,

S cents a line. almost incident of productiveand 1 f south of range twenty toss> .'lIt o
obituaries.. every with the material at hand. Coinnienc-I
The said i l .
.
pert. property| having; .-.
_-- creative energy. Not by a con Ing at the county seat and branching t 0 t ese f' orseme led UH| 'U it* the I'rultt'rt of said defendant

Our Clubbing List. stltutlonal amendment but through I out In several directions and extending been compiled by Dr. K. V. Fierce. of .I K "'.."..t.r. and tn be sold
and the Thrice-a-Week f liuffalo, K. Y.nd will, Iw mailed I /re to to satlsfv
Sun the concerted action of the executive! sold execution and c istsV
The / to the lines of adjoining
counties any one asking
World one year . . .$1.65 same by postal card or
TV I T ) Atlanta (Ga.) the legislative and the judicial departments , a continuous system of roads letter addressed U the IV'''lur AI! _buY". I I I. \ FKN.NKI.I.Sturirr .: : ..
The
Side Sun and From th< .. endorse copied from of Machua Count, KUT
nwklT Constitution one year. 1.76 I of the Federal Go ernmpl\t. could be built from one etui of the Standard medical books of all the different I' II. I'l.l.IS JIt Attorue.v lor

The 'Sun and The Atlanta (Ga.) That It was. In otherwords, a proposal State to the other. On the light I schools of Practiceit will rx found 1'lalntiff.
.Weekly Journal one year 1.50 that the ingredients composing the"Gold<<
cemi to change essentially the formof
sandy lands after all surface root
and The Sem!-Weekly en Medical I Discovery are advised not NOTICE-MASTER'S
The Sun. one year. . ... . 1.50 government In these United States have been removed pine straw from only for the cure of the at>ove mentioned SALE.
Times" L'nlon diseases Notice l is !".'rettt '
the creation of commissions but also for th.lr.. of all catarrhal /given that under
by empowered the adjacent forests could be placedin | bronchial ami throat affection, HII,| It'>. vlitu.' .t t ,i -rtalu tonal decree

We will not accept stamps of to deal judicially with special abundance. Then on the flat- '' accompalned with catarru l discharges rendered l\, the 11..II..rahl..1 T \VIIU.

Srgr denomination than 2 cents. subjects; by the conferring uponthe woods-low lands-the surface soil I hoarseness ore throat. lingering, or Judge! of Hie 'u' int Court of th-
a I bn r-nn-couRb all 1 thou w.ttlnratTwtlons f '
-- same commissions of legislative from each side of the road could be'' which. al If'dn promptly and t.lKhth .lu.lU-lal C'Ir"1I1t of Florida. Ill

keeping functions through delegation of the I'ro..rly treated are liable to urmlnatn, and for Alacliinoiintv in Chancery
are
These steamship races : ; thro'IJI'n11). and something akin tr In consumption.! Take" 1 1r. .Tlerce'n. 1si.covery \!.. outing. In a ....rium ,'.,"...' for for..

tt, old Atlantic all churned up.It power committed to Congress by the turnpikes would thus be made. These in time and tM-r"''vere In its u+e closure of inorlK-me. 'wherein A, W.McDonalit .
constitution and finally by committing until fair trial und .It is not'' : I- .. .
; would prove a blessing! to man and I dr..al'I.'nt. oiu.l.tiitant| | and M I I.
I likely to 1"0 much must not'bn r Jones situ his 'wife l.ls/le S ..,, '
", ould be just like Jerome to leave to the executive the unrestricted beast alike, reducing the cost of transportation estMvtttd of It. It will not p.rforramiracles. -,
defendants. 1
are and lo
me UM Hperlikl.
trust testimony lying around power of appointing and removing the and time of transit in consequence It will not cure consumption "
toe ice In Its advanced MAR.. No medicine 'w III. Master I dlrectnl.I I II A )Thrasher, na
until! it melts away. members of such commissions; thus of the capacity of teams to 1 It. will cure the affections that I lead up to ;, such Special! Muni.r 'will sell before

-- ---- In practical effect concentrating In pull greater loads and more quickly\ ooasumptlou i.f uiXrn 4" U mi'. \I the court house dewier at aliiesvllle.! .

the hands of the executive alone unlimited I Florida between the I.-KitI I hour ofsale
Whether he Is ever elected or not. t than upon the ordinary roads. TheseI -
on Monday, the 4th day of November.
Mr. Taft la managing to have a good power. Judge Prrker has discovered I I main arteries would give life to trade, advance of the nse'ethugVhat Is A. n. 194)., the KUIII being

tor as a candidate. the real Issue upon which the open up new Industries. stlmulah'Ilrodut'rlJ the) use of trying: to agree on arid leKal sale day to the highest and best

next campaign must be fought and he to.raise more of everything; tration Instead! of war. wh.11t'r)' I| bidder therefor for cash: the following
---- scrlhed. property ..ItIlIH"' '. lying
Judge Gary of the steel trust is .lias presented It with a clearness and thus add to the wealth" and prosperity country Is straining its reitoiirces to II
and !etiiK In Alwchun county. Florida
propwinHe has got to the point which will command attention. I I of the State. build larger tiAvien and keep upstanding tl.wtt' :

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ct noticing the public. Stock comprising cattle and a few ; a rl1l!t.... The duly chance lx't I'our (III lll.Mk fortv'two (44): .

LOOKS LIKE STOCKTON. I hogs; and a quota of sheep and goats for pace Is to lick the fellow Into In KcctlotvUhree (:.1). townnhlp eightH ; ; '
( >. fuiuthirnilKe seventtei (IIi) east. ,
proportionate to the advantages of the submission that declares for
Some day they ought to hold in | war
Under the above The The sago to bo sold to satisfy said
caption Tampa'Tribune
Kentucky a convention of all the men locality! should be regarded an a most --- -- de<.re.> and costs.

who killed Governor Goebel. of last Sunday says editorialv valuable* adjunct of the farm.I Collection of Licence I1. A TIIUASIIKK,

.. : neVt Special Manler III Chancery
I The wholesome advice would *
-- .
County Tax Collector \\ I U Dlcklnson
"He has friends without number In T II KM.IS, Jit Hoi Ic I tor for Cumplalnnnt *
Contracts for five torpedoboatd relate to crops, and the tiller of thesoil and City Tax Collector: II Kills: .
the State of }Florida has J. N. C.
ft troy era" have been awarded. The 'IJI'ullde given to understand that have: been kept busy for the |past two" - ..- -
Stockton and each and every one of
the first consideration should be !NI/TIC1--.IIMltirP" Jot MAI.K.:
fcJtwnce of the Peace Conference days collecting occupational taves forthe
them is enthusiastic in the wish that given to those needed to meet I / Notice U ".,Pt.* "''.h that III.d.r .*.! Afrtrtue
foci steadily on. Governor In crops II I coming; year and Issuing receiptsCollector ..f a eertaln ...eull.w i.u*4 out of she
be enter the race for ,'.._ ........
'-- the demand of man and beast upon Kills state that he Is ( "Uh''' Jv.i..s 1 cof A. eol.srrIlorki.
--- next year's primary election. And It e- .. ulr.s a (''I.".'. ieMest..t la '."iir eFI
the place, and that these could be bt |rleiicliiK less trouble In rnakliiK ".'clln. ......1.1."'_ 0...'..... .... .,... a
Everything has not gone up in certainly looks as though; he would had by the planting of cassava: ....,..... J. U. Martin ....ff'''''..... NI.4.r.. I.bet bet betS
jrtce Happily. circus tickets water- potatoes collections: this year than at soy time .......ID aatlun f"w for liMure of .6e. tmrourt ssi
yield to the urgent appeals reachinghim velvet beans. J..-.", (.burl'". since he ban teen la ngice The b.tw... ambl |..,u... mid .._......
Elon and corn on the cob are still from every direction and announce IMNHpie brine tlr.etml |4> rue t. I. W. '-.oi .U. ak.te
cane, and whatever of ."om-Kamr seem to pay wlth'n wlllliiKiiemi, of AI..."... oeuiitt' .1''tMa. bass .."Nod..... 1&
tiiln reach of the poor. himself ready to satisfy so universal and the various .MI will M II .t ,...""" ,......,* n.for. UHJU Veen r' '
suds Indian-sorghum; which: III I Indicative of the fact that .... doer, .' I lalnravlll.. .t>....'.. tm Woes "'a
a desire garden mtuff' that fancy might; suggest; ; hey mid have Oar lb. (lh rta? uf Nbr A. Ii a.leers
are no coin ::
Who ordered the Fairbanks cocktails "It Is perfectly safe to predict that prosperous the I.r.l huer. of ..i0 of said ;. toIh. .
and coinpatab "with means to f.-el I plaint to make "\of II.., and lest ""'d.. lbrfo t.ri4J
eenn to excite the Indianapolis should he run he would completely out for as promising; profit. In thisway I r tho riIvlfta .'<*'ll>tf J*..*......, |>ni...rtv.aMl .
Xethodift brethren than who candidate who Closer. bane In Al' hu. w-".
more outstrip every other
living would be assured and t'.wkta NwltNurlhw..i Mirt
a '
dank them Nobody denies that the far declared himself. Mr. Henry K Jones of Tampa, Flwwrites .1 .....".. ..f !Noolh.sst '111" .r of >-!
has so the knowledge nr<|iilr.Hl regarding; the : "I can thank lout for my pre p' i-rtlein IU. T........... If .......... H.as N tCYt
?>fideni rot his IihA'' Stockton In Justly regarded as one of desirable Th. _.., ""'...,,. h.vunl' ,.... 6e.'''' wvs
moat profitable of the crops.Of rot health due to Foley's Kidney a. tl. ito.>.ri. al lb. ..K! d.f....... .I. .... .dti
the brainiest, most honest and mostcapable course: ., fruits of all kfnd indlx.. Cure. I tried doctors and all k". Martin awl tn h. wital luaatUfy mid iwdam ss +'
When the mechanical cotton picker In Florida. This In the .1.1 I ami e'.ri.: suet the .Urn l ..r.of uts..ad prep (
men dolls to the locality should receive fIn or of kidney cures, but nothing lotto me era. a* In ..!.< Judyinvnt | let. to work it will be bard for the opinion not of his Intimate friends j .. T1,1..rtvb.l.t" l lour, ,
iiHiii| the farm and !> diversified and much good till I took Koley's Kidney' i. w, YYNNYIJ.i.hrrl .
>'fro to make a living between the It Is the general belief through-1; t I .
only. : I _
; ronirnenmirate with the AUrr.ua C ', Iloflda.
enlarK .
< upon Cure. Four lw>ttl -s cured ". and I ; ,, .
AlWMW
FS out of the watermelons and out the State. His popularity is not 1 II ll.l M" J. llalailT "r
/ size of the jKK-kettMxtk and the safety have' no more pulti' III my back<< and -
a* nnne\ : In of the black berries. based on any peculiar animal magnetism |I.. .* I NeTi'Extl IM'IIMUATIOM.l .
having *
of the inrontlii'Mit as ; IIdemonstrated nhoulders. I am *;;! yearn cdd, and nuffered
: i on of the> superficial charms I (.ne.. at llaln...lll.. IO.., e
any
-- ) by fruit growers" lit the Ionic bill thanks to Foley'iiKldnny "' ...,....... a. ,t.5,
if! 'ir' an should be pleased to nee of personality that often win admirers, vicinity Cum I well and walk" N.." ... 110 ...,..., .1.rs ..... ...,._.. I.. I
a:it can
:1. i4t.r-.w. of 'IssI ...1.. 1'kebt.. bet al.4 s.sae. .- ';
:
entertainment
.
in -.itio/ party siting up and on rare powers of social To recapitulate Kt sst roads throughout < I nod enjoy mrself It IH N pleamire to.I.II u1 kl,. 1t..Uo. 'It ..". Baal 5...,_
0kmt<< ,tu t.f Presidential possli or gracious nhommle.. but lithe kidney 'r...., In art.... ..f bU si.lst ............
of recoluliK-nd l It to t hu. liedlniC il
the Htate and the piirnulriK a j .,.
Pat,. H't. sues a.. r.l.r.. ); ri.illy as choice In theft result of an understanding by the diversified. Intennlve, system of farm i: medicine.. J \\* McC.ollillu A Coj I l>-. M I of >. 1./ H*> lt.-o I. TowawMpIW
H. It..ee It a'. an.1 that aatal Ww./ wlU
( t certain to settle onfca people of the true worth of the man tx-lleve. brllltf .. ,_ lt...,...
III*! would we soon n > 1'e the ie.Ihi.r amt ral
j j J :tlana..e has tn rdtrrtl| l "ni'nt _. ,. H" .......,. .
his fitness to nil the executive c| .lJIp! f un t tft.
and great
; Into demand earn tillable arr of i In Kiln l h.u... In whUh be .',*ww. ut imrtmM
---- chair."The : and. In .... ... add wealth rontiHuiMi rrai..t.ni>. .!..>.. a..l .ulUaOoa
land roti iueiie
'
h will ...
I on n..t Haturdnir gt1.a ill h !. .1.
rods of November and Tribune I* free to confess thatIt and prosperity to the Htate at larr I M J M.lthOM<. J.7 l..<....lt. J II ...,,,..
I' Krarid< feast of 1/urKulim Its cf>hung . .. .. . .
X r' admiration for the I* M.lll< <* all |I>M> | a
It chill: the summer In has a great _=-_ t 'I iir) K:;'wad., hoiii., hula.' skirts. hid-) < |.l Mr.NUV H, < lit,till. H..I.tp, a
3 The Baltimore Amen. subject: of our remark and fully :
PEACE. .... and.1I r1iUinHA
WAR VERSUS ready (.H".r m l. iiotloim t-tr
,.3. :Iy, rrallzes with the multitude that If
not But December
I I I 1 will Kite ten ewer rent of that day '
I
:a ar' i II F. t> will take a f'lect..dIr.: : Sti.cktoii 'would make a >I COW1T1ON
ruary I I The American |.Utm at the Hague iu|I.'" |o the OrlhanNrr lloin III Ar 'II 2
31 '
) t utr Governor who would l glee Impartial I 4F
for II i-Tiimnent .&It of arbitration i'j cadi: There are nine rhlldreii front1"thl -
all aiTslreof I
complete, ntttiitlon to ;
and .
the failed by It... vote of 9 to St. Knif,,,. and would do honor to
e'n county: votes to pro- hate H"'lIa"n voiitur "Kllinat the ;a".1 Mr MAHMMM* .. jrner ..lt> !I.< pert I l
"
La
>f liquor-and Old MaSe exalted I office--- - .- - i ropoftltloit A f..II'I"uml... ..r makeshift. tAIIII" to .... .|>1""irf"< l..t..1 If Yuan want ; M._ DCC

? nit.tt-dly follow suit to Frank S Kutz.'nbuh or Trenton SJ. l.fflloo..1 b) Inglaud; l. that the {jtarlouM j fie help a Y/.wwl'ar+... .alt until thu !' E

v nu.i county will" have no r.furm..d that city Koven.iiieiifK should ....it.Mr j i ..\\f. an'U>'I 81-"d '...., monfjr with s ,:t! ," R N > tEW R
ett who mayor ,
as
; t tt'rrltory..s Clay the matter and bow bent to o,.-rrome )Ir. Miiai.e, and help txrth yourself .. ...'n' ... .
.
a whom the lk'I"orr"h' or tiresJersey .. _. ...., .. I.. .., . .
h x 'rtalnly vote> dry on the and have nominated fur r..lu'rnor. the
tutw'r. .. .- Pence (bnfrren'..' w a_ carol.by: I sot A '.0. ., -.. .,._ sq.S .
old and hu se ,. ..
1.1 forty years 55 eel .551 . n a.aa
of Trenton The t. to S! 80 the l'ft (""flllr..r..n ha. In ruot rases ron.um|>tlon results : ..... ., a "ft/TSere'+ c p
L two terms all mayor ...., .. sw JOt eiec...tsaf If ,
1 with a frorit s neile4-t or 'Improperly -' es
Franklin counties reit New .J.-'I' t.. -ii a failure, *a eryotie tr..t'l

ti column, the former Pmocralll hope tlf carry grain ,.f M IIIM* knew It would' t_ In ed .',..1 ld. Koly s honey and Tar r ureth ACKIRMAN! WA T. g! ,

F' f prohibition by about this year roost ob.tli.ate roticll and pus I ri

p. '.d the later by :1. The tent _-rkAi r.-..ultn It oats you ..

>"t. worked' zealously for 1- tto nwir than th*> unknown |>r"i"r.' i

.f the liquor element to Planter Direct lions and loot should insist u}->n has

r them From Grower tile th.. r..iiulf.- In the y.llow. t\t\ \
age J W Mr('ellutn A Co ,

Hatlw .. t 17RI"CA.r.RS i!

[IK of Oklahoma are .'\OTP A I1?ii- alt 01:K iwicrs ov .. " ; .. t tat' A 'unlfart ran 'arrvbtsr. trs!

! .f< : over the result of I'/'C/4/TIISI trItr'... .1 1 '" t i l'. 1'ctAI mall .I. hi be let In !t.e \t'a'el I '

/ ''''n In that ,great new Eat'I.I, Relrree Bean/e m ,... .......I the pi.i' ftr dr. t ..r t h... .lr..1 pr..I4''wt are r

; glorlou victory for late I/urr. ((0' ICJfO to I '! ;: : thrtuh J'C"1f c. fI I 11.1 t..lr litter I" Ifte .!:14'. tn be V
... n''r ....._. .
'
at addition to the ..t'O rr.t, f tsart a ...,1 .hern f.-t 'Ire-, yet 1P,

';:ttlonal Uernocrallc I F.Arlw,' { "'..Ienllrfcllr"I I 71 1'er .... h115' . naiad I'.. .. le.... :1: l' II: ir t:.; ,.j" <.)

Oklahoma. I lhIu-p'V'.i % as tic-"". u fjt !h. I I. ", Carne's ... ....... %
< -- ,
I Al4ltw.. n. e f'," ". rc- .t'. t rh' . teii. e ism" j'Jmff] :(

Sews and Courier I n".rd.r... M par ....-. .
'fbL:"JJ
a Cc v/T S. -(".a1 ViI'ci F

I : be very much like, ; Jlendersun's C'ba' estno ltaaeli.Jd U a.r..."ft'A LI; .ATAJLXJi f t. S .....IvML Pf't rlta WI l

id eartfi Ifwere I C 'h'n r Ak'f-l !" '
a new I't A "K' / )o 's'sraJALKaAViILL

t, placed to tbVeIl N,nAor.n s's Flnl.-I-/I t'r tt. M fIB a.., ...-- A'f' er \.. t.l "" ... tI ": J JVtC.
r.. !...* C.In L/JIt 'C11: !1oJ :' .1..1
\ There -
wt yes :: NE.RYE o rL.*. .
end of this everand c.r;; At .ic _

a J4AU about cock I Peter Henderson & YK,4 .soRCs.6u

.e. and decent manner
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THE GAINESVILLE 81IN: OCTOBER+ Uf 1907IAHOMA i


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ent language.: She could easily be- -

} ELECTION come a teacher of language The I'I
I
FURIOUS ITCHING
King of England Is Bald to be one of

.;PlEASES: DEMOCRATS the best judges of wines and cigars ',

In the world. lie could grow rich as f

HUMOR ON CHILDBleeding an expert dealer in these lugurJes'l

Politicians Urge President Not To The Queen of Portugal has

cal degree and could easily make her
I
yj"Admit State in Union.
il
way as a doctor. The German Em. I
Sores Covered Her Whole I
peror could make a good living aa a

'fHE PRESIDENT AFTER BEARS Body"After an Attack of Measles poet, a muaician, an artist a ship

-Nursed Every Night for Three builder pottery manufacturer a

|.Aft(r a Speech-making Tour He Will Weeks-Nothing Helped Her. horse dealer an actor a bookbinder

a clergyman a tailor, a sculptor a
.k
Invade the Canebrake of Mlsslscippi -
barber,. a farmer or a dentist.
j ;' pi-Newsy Letter From the National THEN CUTICURA MAKES A Sure Cure Sprain forRheumaUam.C"Wounds Oid.

If, : Capital. COMPLETE CURE IN 5 DAYS I Another year may bring uu to see ,. Sore. Coma Bunion.
Contracted Muscles Lame
Galls Bruises. Back. Stiff
Joint
Special Correspondence Tbe Daily Sun. the light that never was on land or Bums Scalds .
Frosted Feet. etc.
** Washington; D. C., Oct. 1.-Tbe re- I "It Is in my opinion my duty to Join sea. The uncertainties of life hastenus I AN ANTISEPTIC that stop Irritation subdue Int.&m: _

an1t' of the Oklahoma election andjIortous I Ir those who praise the Cutlcura ll*>m.- into the great unknown. Why not matIon. and drives out PaJn.PENETRATES .

di.,.. Alter granddaughter of about the Pores loosens the Fibrous
*
my
make it Tissues
*
j) Democratic victory id of our business then to enrich .
seven years had promotes a free circulation of the Blood. giving the Musd..
lptmbnae Importance to the Democraof been cured of the the world A flower a kind word natural elasticity.

_, the United State Indeed ItU' moaile, she was a hearty K"eetlng-how small they
attacked about a BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH
a : change the result of the next fortnight later by I seem. And yet these are the little ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

National election. No wonder the i a furious itching streams that swell the great river of

Publican politicians are urging and tion painful all over erup her life. And at last they shall come to CURED} SCIATIC RHEUMATISM

Went Roosevelt to refuse to IBHUH body, enpecially the great, olien sea with their rich

proclamation admitting the State the it. ur rrm i not cargoes of affection and beauty. The Yr.. E. A. Simpson SOO Craig St.. Raovine.
'
the technical ground that the conItntlon watery and bleed- great painting enrapture us-we try T DD_. writes: 1 hare beets trying the baths of
1 DoC SpriDcs Azk.. for 8datic rhenmatbm bat I
fag Borpa, ea
does to discover of the artist's dr'au'e
adopted
as not provide cially under the get more relief from Ballard' Snow Liniment

f$' Republican form of government arm., of considerable sizn. H >e' nufrervxi, overlook the little touch here the than any medicine or anything I bYe ever tried.

at machine olitlclans are nelflshid 'xreat deal and for thrett weeks we delicate shadings there-the lights Inclosed find poatoffic order for $1.00. Send me
nursed her every night using alt the ..
Southern
often shortsighted and If the remtHiies we could think of. Nothing and shadows that brought It to its large bottle by Express.

resident should refuse to allow Oklahoma would help.Ve then remembered perfection. Ho It IH In life. You will THREE SIZES : 25c. .500 AND $ I.oo
having heard so much about Cutioura
: to be admitted he would lt-fnedJ. "We Kent for them and after never lee the grand climax if per Bt SURE YOU OET THE OEl'RJllllI

Ise An Issue that would overshadow twenty-four hours we noted considerable chance you overlook these more Ballard Sno Liniment

(perbapii. all other IKHUPH, namely thJ- improvement, arid, after using only one minute details of life. Coe
complete net of the Cutlcura JtemedieM.: ST. u. So A.
tight of the people>> to govern hem-- in five connecutive day the little one, ,

'aches without Interference from the much to our joy. had tmenentirelycurvd, "They say! "-that phrase! has blantetl .
and has been well for a long time. Mm. a
ideral Government: or the partlKun F. Ituefenacht. It. K. I). :a, Bakersfield, more character and wrecked more

Mfbeming of Interested p
*" '0 oppoAe the admittance of Okla. a halt on the lecherous peddler SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

l4, because the Democrats have HUMOR ON FACE who comes at you with his wares "w". :M:_ JOHNSON

tarried. tbe election) would l I.e viewed "They nay." Level your gun at hU

: A partiMnii elTort. and enough< Cured by Cutlcura RemediesNo cowardly heart-fire point blank. 1'nt - -- -- --

tens in the .-.tottIIlId l douhtful Return in 30 Years. 7"Mv [ It Mrnlght -"Who nays', '. It hits the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE.: OK Ari'Llt-A-r(, '

States would show their displeasure| | won, when n lad of olxteon.vrui I pot. You can't auld to rulas.! Thtpernon > 111'0. UNHKK !SK.t Tli. 's .
4-ts i. I.AWM (.E' KIXJKII-
'overwhelm tlit< p.utv that atrapted troubled l with liuirior>n his tutu. rind who clmil.itt-- u sandal ormeddles
after tiring 'utu-nr lt.rss.li| >o h<. was I NOTH'K;: AI'1'I.H'ATION H5U TAXUKKtlUNIH.lt Not<< !.'.. IM herfliv If'\\\t -, .
,( It. The 'iu 'htlon of exu free'ti from vry h'>m"ir anti l llllA oontiiiiH : truth (ont is a. gaud an thll : Kl'TIOS M OK fHAl'tKH I.ur..b..t Tux I'.., mi., ' .

e int,TferfiK-M. 'Jn hi>iu" alTiiirs Las -ff...*rit. tune i after V herJ Is vjimpire.. '1'11.\.' Knck life- 4'**'. I.AV. uF t"LtHUU.\ .lib .likV, of !- e|>-mlicr A I"rrttrlcate l I'
> In IIJT omen
:1 been Inj..eted.Ittu the campaign twenty :years huv 1..1.. | 's our 'uti- I blood. I offer no apology for K'ttlu-r- Nutlce |" lie il.r tfivt-n that K. II \.i...iirur \ tau fur tux iU-nl to i-...ue.1 .
('iru Soup has iMo'n II.. .1| In .. .. .
nv .
family |> t u-er ul 'r.." t'e l'riVMl No ::f.I. tint c'S lit.iald vertlfltutelowlntf
l' Cleveland by Hitl l Jc.tt<<->r of Pn-f I for ".'v'-rat vr-nrw un'i l 1 luivo f.ith'is;< 1 the i Ing here u i...>crut editorial oxpret.nlon .- !.!..> 4th iluy "r .Il1lv. A It. 11<0''. bu Ulr l ..ulUrrrtlltcjlr ifhCtlh.- AIM Roosevelt tot <*uli tint Itftii'HliiM.. A. II. .Snu'Ji. ; Iin.< "mrr.t,a IIMK, 11'uile u|it<-.i- ouiitv.. Kl,'rl.I". twit
Iliirtim In Tho Fort Wmth
advising
r.
: Jun..n. :Ii-., l>.x.1. 1 IM- ." Tt'lt-Krani. lion' for litic. dent lo !I.--?<' In .k-'O(>u.niiKith: swu of V w'S !'o.... :' r-
Itri to run against Tom .JI"III.-011 for I wfnli It ttilght bo written on every law M..I.1.'rittentrru.1's.'v.tbe foliusnisdew'rt'.rl tic <...Iel '..n., ftnn. u, r.io .
(v>rnt>l,'.. r"'I'"I l and Tnt.> il Tn ,,' fi .
r > "'- "rrnrn | | fr'M- i T't ...I'elluu'I' ,".1,1 on 11IT Kvtmrce of ueb c." i in'
layer of that city on partisan: f,ter. .I. ."' ....r..f Intnnl. I..h",1st .n .,. .1 '.1'"". .."n. heart with an Iron i*>*i. It declarort" Kl..rl.lj. towhul linknown
. ..
rt-t..r 1'u'Irurt r. '1' !: ) '" t .
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. . Fii > ."4 !'.e.' 1 I". TV '*.. H. < "'.. .icrr- t'nir..e. M.I., oertlttc'
grounds" but the IlVpulOlrniiH_ apj. tir 11/tr'1"-xilvi-tit' I11111IL' Vl(../r 1 .s I, i ,in t. ft.the: I I.: 'tell' i:;l'f.'. t i',,,':'i that no combination <>: \\ r>rdn in tlet'language ThHlil land Ix-lntr '-._l ut tl..- rt,.re lit' a'.lIn"r t,, n.. tu. "eeon <.

be already nick of that Issue. iimlt :;:r.Itti: ; : ..e5.: ;' it'.>f .world: ,:.' ":.'.'t-: : 'liriu. ,:; Ii,k ll I';::;.5.: Ua.s cnufi more troll hIt'. i th>f I'nkn.IxxuntOi.wn Utti t "t llft<-.it* ill tu. flans. \\the. itrsH rib; il my.y of oM Oirtohe--'il HU

3-rwiit faro on t.tr >et ralliHi.ids (lirt.. ala'I.W'.. 1'r J:,::>...u.M.P I..tkton: "nibs Jlam 1 pale and Borrow than the Iehrns.eI"'Plo'y j tlnicH.lrt <-rr\\flr\ h..ll he retirr-u'rl\ .... th.- i tli day of September itd
n .. .
in prpdcmlltillt... __ ______ ________ I It hits In tli" dark. It r..rri.n>r t.. Itlll' li* li''"l will! Unite "" 0 .-. or v
nav. th- ltatdsv: ..t tN-ttfer. A. It I'nCVltt ('I..k flr.',," ('..ur..
I I \ ....H ujv' .fT'il l ,.4t.nittur siat' till
Iloou'vdt. nftt-r fiver J l-t nnonyinoiiM. It hall no pernonalftv. .r i *
.
Hoo.\ ,'It >)..h.'Kili'M \vJl| coin luum the :Snit ii.iv of ...e.i .-fiii.i A l> 1 l'.7
see.. month \'iu'atiun. IH, off on hi. It CHnotit HiiffiT from jmv r"l\e tI'II. -' tl N IE.N' NOTU'K: UK Ai'1't.lc'
with no l.turcN., tad the Mtiljji'ct' .Jr'i.
J t W I'r . ; .
r' Mlti'.purt Mut'buik .
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pch-inakliitc tour unit a trip 'down I Voi.- It IH totally irr'ieunsihle.> The phra* DKUD CNIClttitl'l5i.S:
.t ( luJ'iiint-trHtiou
01 tn C +r.Pius. ,
e; Mississippi riv1-r. Thin' IH to I i ought to lit'! put under the bun. It In '0'. LApVs" OK 'I.Ultll \
-.(riH'r. P} .il'PI.I'A7'fiN FUH 'I 1.\ .X ,
'l;,followed by n l,('nr hunt 'f. ".,vn- -- I I fits waYou: speak to *">nlt..tI ic' of JlTil I'M'; N *K4Tir M OK ,-'\1'1'1:11: on Notice. i.urr-riL U h,.r'r-"sit r given'Tn x '

day In the ttwampM of :MI$ lMstp.Whlch j II' ntutu.il arqunintanc.There i* u .I***. f ANA o. Kl./)HIII.S'otiee \. i fisted the ftli day! 4>rVnl'o.t '
'l"lier! IB u general regret hero j I l ertlflinte In toy .ef,l.',
t,,; to it Httfe and .tno. man hiiiK tit the ,...11''IIc'rllnr/ n lifting !!' IM hereby Mien thatV.. Sit'.>.... .-. !I i 'utlon' for t.ix, deed towilh'kM. ; -

POttld.President b.. moro feared ut thin time of among I><>iin>er.its that any rivalryfur | of the eywbrv, And the )lowering of ':1 ,pyrehnT rated: the nit.;.rtrat il I v. ..f -MB.-ate. i't.*iu mr..1 No Il i i t-rj a. ilrvHbeil. Salt crrtlfle'sl.losln.t l>r.u> rt.'luntt. >- 0.

e''year thnn all other dangers| ; for the Ivmcx-rutlo Moniliuitloit fur | //h.. voice, with tho preface "They Mi., lll...l Kntfl' tnl".-..te IU to* ultiff. nii.tI .. ... .. Ilori.la. towel, '
I'h' -tiU'iit fclinuM result In \\ I .... na.1' app .lists tor t..X Bred. tu I."f: III .w'. of.w'4' Sir 11t
e enn.'.brnk..s, un' (re.' hr..dersfrraver H''V." I"t'll": tlt'll the gossip fall to I( necwrituiive wltn law. !-.141.1 crrttllcat cmK.I The said land ti..u..- !.-.-...
111'h l In tli,.> rattles ur dltilu'arttMlllIK i hraee'. the flowlnit: I .IC.rrltied pro terty aU/. the lv. iaiu*<* nf such. certitIr ...
ain\, aKii; from which- let IM i-.lv, Isis authority; h. haw put an evil) .. In A I.ichtiu .....u..t' .rlori.lu tuwlt >I :M r.. Thoni ts.

lope the provvrlilal luck,( the I're"l- misty fiU'tloll who r.rt' tit tl> IHIfJl suggestion\ htu"r mind r.-.p."tllI| I I..tta, '.st'erC5isnt T' lo 1'1.., It. Ill t'Ullt.'t : t'nlr'e said crrllfcule .,P.euntlnt .r
the ......Icllcl....). of allY f.tvorltf. It I is !><. auks l.inl i r'tttc nt will allow him to tw.ipe.: 'tht PCIKOII h<% K|,*'nkH of a KUKK'ehlion / I the t runcdt'tl that tn \\lii practically all ofV'.... n' situ, i. w,111.'I..t .111... .
"4 I it U ImpnxslMf. to h.< rid l of. Tli- 'ileaa acid .'ertltlout-'ill I redt-roirtl<< \ ..... lli. SUtli oj.,,. of i'truil'er, ,
i
,, l "'nioratM must nnllf on the Ikkctthat. eorillritr li, luw. tux il.-.tj will 11/
There Ii! rt r'c'r".I'M'IIC',' of fraud i ImproHtiloii sta. > n. The f>tidi>lcloii i' ttirri-un liD j I i H\
.. w lll) l I',' ioi..et..d!. ai.il the! united 'ttr tiOunf se.'tuhrr. A. H I'.-.. I I 1.1 Clerk Mri'u't fotii, t
id grafting, fur II,!HM the Orts" iiu !! lurk,.. A Kr,-it Wrung Is dono. "Thev j Wltne .rot i.nli'lal Mrfn,iture srI ..eel l th.n; _-
Ilttlellll" | | of the tlfloMHtcH from II II 1 thrtfth!;.> of :.Tiinbrr!!" A U iwiff ''
id Idaho scandal 1 for which I'tilted say \Vlu-ii the HiiKKextloii l IC! drop- i,I >'o II. 1VtkNsFr I
t"h'lII will bf Kft-nttT than the Jnd- \ I" tat Clerk flrfult fourt AUrhuu I' liii.fOTICF I I NUTI'I(1E': AIMMJt'ATtivIlKK.Il '
1 I
tea BenntOr lioriih IM now on trial, ; pfd Into eager earn, the asetassinatlotscharacter UNDER SKCTION .
ineiit of Individual. who ore to I
er land (fraud ore reported. III :New: apt j of l I. begun when there In ;; I 4- >". I.AVVS OF KLOKIHA.
\I"( Warped| | by their frtondsthl for I I\ : OK I'PMl'ATIOS r'OU TAX !
tajxlco, in which tho hit, llepulill- u willing" \ month to glvn the IUCMMUK** I 'i I Niuloe It hereby irlvrn Ihi-,
I 1 lU'.Ktl: nSII.:1& SKl'TION 'S" Ol IIAI'rtlt4.s : ,, "
imrtlcnlar I 'h.fOr..t
Missile man " Tux Ct'rflrl./lr.'
IM nald to !>.> liiipllcutoti, I to other sager ,'ur... What "They || '1
governor I I II $. 1.\\\'O OK KIX >KI /.\. ::\tl..I", tr.t the 4th <1"Tof :t-ptrn

aDd are' retorted to cover n vast neree Tht ilfdartHl Intention of =>1 ir ton y" 111.c.nu'Uln"M IM'u true n.talt... I II j(i Nudes' t1. herrhv iflen that J it WatklnaUurehs..er !I baa tiled kaltl ocrtifls-glea In n.\
miMle "illoatlnn for tuilr
llfiirvt that lit "will I
out for
,
of the public land. A Merlon run Hut It It u necewttary In"IC.'rVII1: of Tux < rrtlllfate Ni hoI ". dutr.lthe ,I ttocordanur with law. =",..101 thru.r -.
I I 4th day <>f M>'c.\- \ U l Is a. iumu4le .
1 1-rt'Hldont the Indrpfiidrm-o I.agn. the I
dal U also reported In the Warpartinent tin It make tho world better or worse by I I I tiled said rertltirrte In my ..m..... ul.l I.... tees In Alnohuw followlntr cnu..tr.Ucrl.r tiorllNW'4 > .
tk k.-t, or on other ticket anti at-lloatluD for tat deed to l... I
InvolvlnK hlKh o lclnlncoiiiHHtlon any the telling of if It ht very plain that ],, ao,*ortl..tu-e with h... 1'1..bl o.-,.tW.'I.ue...u.1 I of.SPe !. Tr "s' S.IS'i :

with appllanci'M for tin general tllll" <>f hH .tnt"II..IIt much HufferlnK surd Morrow might l..' :<' braces the r..lI..llIoI( .Ie"'rtl.rd 1 'I''I"L'' iii' i rtestes' user..of. |K'.."aiw".t I. arc. IO. !Sec.Ti' 4.I'l'ne.aM T-....
Just puhllHh. !I.. dewed l h.'", with |ti Alu<-htl4uunt. .. rl.irlit. L4..'. ; larMl l..-.nrf .._..... '.I' ,
tunchlnic lift IM).IIM on army tnniKMsyor preveiite by cutting the> ugly words l-. tail l.eitnerTrees. .-. Levy .. .nt Ti ll !> the l....in' itor> ..f such t-rt'Hoof ." -
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untlxfnctlon nltliouRh there \I.. feelIng K a. < acre :
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rta. llathtMiiie. who atllne a I clear out of the 'vocabulary And K-t j jm j The Mikl Iron eliur MHnewnl .t lie tlittf of ('r.I.t'nkrwwn.'fh.imtwssTr..l.M ._ i
that what h.* In hilt nd.-il ( > iukl4 O.'Utlc..t.I

ke Cuban poi>ioi1I<-.> rruudr, iippeamK << atintmt HiuountliiK to a rut the phrase: out of their speech. lnlr! ... ...tl.. day uHXul of O.1.lor.er.Mtn tJirnatui. .\
throat that lio will hunger runtime I tu tsw. ta. deed will |_ <> HIT
no U thereon
nil rest In the them -.ind be I on the |*tb ly of Sctemlr. I"
up matter and IttAtetl you cut out quick'cASroRiA I II II i tbe plh day uf tVt..l.er. A IX Iwi7.
to nftlllate with the iVinocracy. but WttitrM ; j'i .>I. II ivi
i tur ofnolnl e.n.tsr.
)
by Captain Irvine' that mruMa.1ba 4 "
everyto 1 I l Clerk Circuit Court A.' !
"will devote myi elf heart and snip t t th* "th Uay of September.. A. O 4 v? }i\ Ut.'O. f'aI,
Induce l'rt'.I.I'lIt Hc..n.Jt i S II 'ttFNrh: : I
.. to the orKanlztitlon and extiii..lon oftne 1 list Clerk t1r 'ult fi.urt Aia< order Ull InventlKatlon IIIIH fallodlat
NOTH'K. OK
AI'I'IJCATI"Nt "
In l .. I.eaKUe. "
Is thl. sit raage and occult In < 'jH'mleiiC I L'NDKH: WK.CTIOSI a .
For Infant and Children. NOTICK Or* APPLICATION
UOIIKHT MM M
ice that Mttvor ItathlHUM ap i 1 I H TX |I 4<5. LAWS OK KLOHIPA.NiMk .
1i1:1ii t Nt'KK VKfTlOV:
f or
HAITKK
wield his Till Kind You Hare Bought I *. N hereby trli..n list>
Always
' to over Itepubllcaii .-**. I.A \\ ="' |>K 11ARln.i : worth. turebaserof'ray Celt

iaaoelatea who hold official i poltlomt? Nutk'P I. h ctrb. then 'b..I \lauttah., dated the 4th day of eptL
ttt will probably never know until I SIItMON K T T Kr > i Bears the '!''"" |.urvb*.4-r of Tat Vrtln.>.le N... in' ban filed said eertirleate In ...,
C' G2 U..e.l the 41 h ..r A U male at>pUe tt'tn for tax dr t ere' I. a IVmocratlc Congress to j3 W'.ulI > : I"cta.... II....> ..,I., orrtidr-stf la HIT cordrnce wttb law. Makl' errtthe .
offlee, and h.. n>iMt. ni-1-ll.-aU.tn for lax fnlU..,_ drlr-I t.rt>lAl "
I tlmt -
travel It Y t \I' KVI1 I fttOt.itllt to l au<. tn k.>nlHfhe with li>m. ..sl ..rim.fmlf ....hua ee'ou.ly.l"torSS.s. lows
.0.-users ttte foliowlnrf ".....r' ;..' jj: ;; ;. !'O..or Nw V M. e. TtvT ".' !S
I I n.UAr F1AA O-RD rrlT ..ltuat<- The tht btKt ><-rt thlloltln.I declare that wit ! ; tiitu| lla c<> IH MXJl no one .
Tail !1- < Itrown.tnie
I 4 a rc..ni t.te A ofr4.. lOr |to -.
hour of Inlernittlonnl I Jii.Nee anti knows what poer plant In the human Ittoa.!..>. !'o.... \ -r,. to t K z u *.-r.... '< Mid certificate' : .
Tb. -WI :ami litw ".VM-WM-U .t tae date et>nltn Ion for a IOUK time, and the mill.I the fteiilrt of grewlnass DR. KOIIT. <\ BOXVKKS. Ih* l-...i"-.'of ....'h...*rtUiv.ie in th* name i>f the fiat day of lk'tftPf, A. lVVIlnriM > .
"'., Ilk. to think that great >on. had \ of .'"... : tbltlI'nlew > my offlelal .Uinatitbe .
>Aki oerttn. alc hU !>. rr< >i>n.rt1 sit 3th day of Srpteinb. *
great mother. and that loving i i U.: TI4T.mice eortllrtf to 'as ti dent will k+ur tbrrron on I !>t. H
Ru the nIl ...,. of Oot>M-"r .\ In I I"or pd Clerk Circuit Court A _
heart "IHltu, ,'" their .
with
offiprlmi Wliivrw. .
0 ; n>T otnt i tfarnaturIbeftnOAT and aril tbt.
price of *i>i<-..(..P. A. K loaO
th.lruwlI rare nature Hut them h : ( in Miller Law Ktchance.jOW .
3o I '. \\.IFSUr.:..
bees chlttlrrn of the unit who mirpaed i tat ;..rk t'lrciiU i ..art .'I. .bu. ,'u t'laNSTICE Alachna County bstr '
I t fathcri and mother, who c.>ntrolloJ -- --- - - -- :
(laeors orslPd
31.3 heredity aril rnvlrtMiment ami tit'"LI'Ann'"f ." 'R
- -- - T'Ax ferry M CoUoa. Pte .1. \V
who In their bold uu.Jt'rckllljf' turnett I 1'.1" t'St.r ..-Et'r1t'N a .ec H \ I'rrs ..,...; Ii. U. Cobra. "r .

Instruction and dt-neti all ass*hunt" T. H. KI.I.1S.: JH.rroHS"Y.T.L... _. t.Aw. OF Ita'Llltlf OAINESVI1.IJ-:. F..
lIoa/ep M hcr.t. "'.." lust r.4a It slwt
elIrsbaaer o. T..c.."....... SaS fall 1.4'ort
N,..- rly all the yaltt.-i of Kut.n \- : .' W.ittae.vlltt a'-I,.. 4th uN.1. r.gCS.ase of ........._H'.. A U ..... se. \V'e do an exclu: .Iv4 A .

t 'p buts, }aatlllsts..Iwtrwtd t-tivild. If tlrlven ti> It r tm It.elr own" .t ..... -'. ..."'",...,..... for Ie Mt.y decd.o3r.. N.. IaMP.a.1 fleas, with facilities fur in
pro'(; hill i.iW f a d..p cc rarerdsscp .oth.. t:
5..t.. It 1."i ....t.. ksth.r up living The CJnen t'f KiMitunnla. Carrt ( Ft.. .". ,I brierr .... .....'a us.. .......,.aY t.,...e.rua.ee.p. .... Information conrerntnitany .
ePcrt.r
JWTanU N e1 Lwdy pUin 4'' k tear 'n Svlva, niMVe wn liK-omf frut steel la Ais..w.te. ,.,....... "'el' dW and all lands In Ala.
.t.r" n..s.w "if.w Y.k r. L Lt.br.a..t.Itafta l'o.a W ..... .... '.t.I'.'s' a ....a w, ..' 1 .. All bu.Uie.. transacted : -
al te.i. the bb n . a11a 1-. r t....,.. that man) authors .AHi ..... .1"r,' I'" R n ..., r... v. Jt ,....y.

be W.ph.a.4 P..P)' a tr P.uns4et.Les-e ya..eta writ*.f w veh forAnderson trw us, .,. -' > iitttt The Kniperi of Hula hn. .1. \,. PArroN( i) = SI is T... e.5.. I' '". .i. .'II 4..Y t..e... C: au ne rtr '.104 _"

U.deatal.a. vi.ae f1iUd.t.Ird( iwRrabrs..r.e.essl.d.eaut.j.tA n w t ml well trained tenor v .. T1M' tit! ..., tv'sa a..aed .\ ._ :
.ta .t \LI>F.IU.Ui
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w.
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t be' __.. ,.' ..C; .e'rt lt..l. .. DR
cab it t. LtWd Ltd h" u*>t lieon of royal I.r 10. ...Civil Engineer and SurveyorS n.I.' ."., 'serer'1'.tr
ssdr.tpptra P sa.l a.k f a Dunn t l a'e ...saa. ..ertt.pat. . .
v <."' ',1 tnd ie htNlr bare sum sled . ra . ..,...'
UE.l.LEU I UE1L ESTATE .4 t r. 1. .s tat c_' w' ,' t
Dk.TI4rnOCkw
Hardware Co. 155 l grand: i>i'rA The Queen of Italy L'W'ta.I tr ..t .1 ..4 w A l .r 'W'OQ
;/ ,. w.,..._ "S!,. ....... .
itrntt 't'
Prompt n to mil ba. r>*.. a. ark' ,. t,.'..
C.. Mae.. U a llu&ulft of uuu.u&l tAl.ncSbe J': \ "Ie'l' da .r lNlteta' M e. I'. ..:
wDtIMiI1 e1 Dstwr$5.. I'' Qm.. first. < door North of nn.tt.r-. ::. ,I. w I'' ov. Dutto A C4 a.
C'O.U4rr..e) with ease in 6Ia.bt dl ) IV O. Box IBS. U..u&. ..
sa. toe. OmlnecTllhr. "1a. '
.t *tlat, td s.f.ri at a.r' Atme ltaa 11.< ."... 1 Pboe. tea C.hesvU" F 1k



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11''r 6 THE GAINESVILLE SUN_ : OCTOBER U. 1M07enagfd !


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AUNT FLORAIS DEAD. Notice!! of Application for Tax. ", Deed I i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO t

.-' Under Section 8 of Chapter 43A8 PATENT. 1

Cil."elltille's Oldest and Most Women Avoid'Operations Laws of Florida. I j
I
0' ; Character. Gone. Notice" Is heret\ given that K: ; N, tu.' IH hereby gt\on that in &heirsutn
; e Known Uaxter: trustee, |I.ur'.ha..r "t i Ian i'. i 1' < "...
_,1-&Y's Dally Sun. Uneaten =""u. |Ili. _>II. M.. I.MI. lit.1. I i. ; Ui! \ -. \\ N" Camp, whore poatotU' .*
rr 13'; Ht. 14& H:., 14 '.. } .I'I t l. :: :\. ..oII t i! i- 'kallhrlon county Klord '
: eighty i
,, aged about _' U. :>l. and :1-4; dlted the Ith
i.rr; *When a woman suffering from ; tia\ > .> i l. i :tiial, nppllcatlou for patent'
1 ??, ,r" fanilllarl known female trouble is told that an of September. .\, I' li ol. has Hied furu.i 1":. "i. r<'s of placer ground sit-

"' ,ut' city hyoid and young ation Is necessary, it, of course oper ,,> w said "',tltli-ates In lux 'o.lU'e and tits. u.th't t i tii.. t... .\\ Creole Mlnlun I>U.

t! Flora:' has trussed; tot frightens her.a}" made appllc.itton tot lax l)oedt to Irk tu.. > .n ,.,Uit> State of Florida. '
v ml + issue in accordantvith law Said rt* d .-.. IIh,1 1. '
The very of the hospital f < 1 { .t \1t'i, ottlctal plat her-
expired
i be* ond. having the operating tale and the knife *; certificate embnce the followingdescribed : with p. "t.'.1 .II\ :t""\ the Held not. '

h. -cal: affection at her home strikes terror to her heart. .property situated in Ala on file m th.' .1" . ,f the Keglstor ot tr

''II"" onic street Monday morn It Is quite true that these troubles '' chug county. Klorlda. toltKa thp'nit..1 M I.I a .,,i ,iiHc land district

cs ma, reach a stage where an operation .4. ut Net" .. and S..>. of Se-4 $.-cId t.atntM; 11!:' i .: .t Itt.t. a* follow,

Is the only resource but a lp N S.. It 14-120: acres.1:4s 'l'I& :Noitli..i-r; , '.'t' .,f Southwest
nor'l '. ,t\; was: one! of the most great many women have. been cured : of i::IS se<-. is.: TP s s,. It I ii I -I quarter and .>, ..: i I' .f quarter of

,w u characters of the negro by Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable : t I';" ..I' I',.tit i =Northwest iiuiii., .in..itnliiK eighty

''II I'; faction of the country. Compound after an operation has *-/N-O"l.J""! "T7irf5tl Ne4 of $.-*.* and NeV" .t>f Sw \. Sec :' acreand f.n'nuin, .t p,.rlhtn ot the t'
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515 more she has been be.n decided npozf as the only cure. MISS ROSE MOORE H>. Tp 7 S. It. li-MI acres North" o..t and th.. s u'her' quarter r

pct r. 'ars or The strongest and most grateful Sty of Sw \. and NwV; of Sw t4 and of Section four m i I'.'\\ n..hll'. 8e..o

,: a.* a nurse In Gainesville. andmost statements possible to make come from women who by takingLydia Sw t. of Set,. Sec 17. Tp S S. It. 1- South of HaiiKe lifts..n 1 1-1: 1'.tllahtlssea .
faithful and efficient I tU acre's.V1 meridian

( I' E. \ of Nei" and Nw" '. Sec :Jo. Tp Tho location .
.roVE''t :die had a heart full of de- Pinkham'sVegetable Compoundmade of tin-. MUM. i', recorded .
.. S S.. It 1:-:24) acres In the ottlco of the i'I. I"lacb.. ,
totioti' '0,: ih. children and was always from native. root and herbs hare. escaped serious operation, as Swi4 Sec. J. Tp. 1 s S.. H It? fro ni county on Pages r.J! :ml 't'; .>f duels
their comfort and convene evidenced by Miss Rose Moore's case, of 307 W. M\h tn". N.Y. She writes acres :No 1 of mining claim.-

.1!Irt E;\'*>r)'body knew and rever- Dear Mrs. Pinkham-"L E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has Kl* "r Nw" 'A Sec Ii:. Tp. te S. K Its AdjolnliK: clalmanti" .ire .
10'0 cured me of the very worst form of female trouble and I wish toezpre.. So" acres
Anv
and all
to clan
and I perxonn al
even up .11.
Flora. .
eec)' Mint to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered intensely for two years so thatI I I.a'\ of SeS Sec 1 a. lp l, S.. It t +tso yarsel'. any j ortlon of sat.ns'n.' or.
:
K:," uwlng to devotion to baya was unable to attend to my duties and was a burden to my family. I acres Hiirfuground
are
re r ability to take care of doctored and doctored with only temporary relief and constantly objeotlrifc :'1"C' 11. TrS S l' S. It U5 t IMIacre their :t." ..r->.> claliitH with| flu. n..t.It"r\:

1.r: ,,'r\'Ices were In demand to an operation which I was advised \inderg-o.. I decided to try Lydia .. of the nltod I State: I 1.111.1 I IIm"f't: '

t.. Flora," who was one of E. Pinkbama Vegetable Compound; it cured me of the terrible trouble" Set4 or :Natt; Sec -I. Tp. H) S. I Itli. .ilii.-sv; (111|| '. In tho Sfafo of Plorl.li
\S .u and I am now in better health than I have been for
many years .
4(1( .
.err. during tt. 4\tv| .1.'\'" period' .if (>uht
Chris-
colored .
t'': .i leiitlotis This and other such cases should eneonrajje every woman to try Lydia Swof St> I. Se.. '_' |. 'lp 10 S. Uli cation h'r.'r then wilt b.. turr"'l

t i 1 >i placed religion before B. Plnkham's"egetableCompound before she submits to Women ; in! acres. by \ Iris, of the proiNloiMHtatnte )1 l <

_' has passed over the river Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Nett of Nrl. :and Ne'4 of =Nw v, Sec

f' mentor will be reverenced by Women eufferinRfrom; any form of female weakness are Invited to 12: TP 11 S. It. Irtr:, > UITOMSw iSUnel:: i \V V ('VMI

a: mothers who had conn-- promptly communicate with Mrs. 1'iukhsm. Lynn MD.M. From the I.. .,f Se'4 and Seto of Nw" I. St'C. \It\. K i,:. VOY1.E.

tl! ,,1of t symptoms given, the trouble may be located and the quickest and surest 12: Tp 1 s S. It. 17--M) acres Vttornev In (%,-t.

d i, 'h. r. in many distances the way of recovery aol ylsed. Lot N of Set. Sec 12::. Tp II) S. It Potted In un .:n. .'. thli Aiiffuat t.

''III, ,u nursing both mother and 17 -I" at'ie>4. 1107.! |1":4".1 on the slain: July fi9

the turn of a generationFlorx1 .. St-I. of =Nw '. Sec. J2 I: Tp. 10 ;1.. U. ''>.. IIINKY: s c."llltnn.n"lrlshor..
c ,1 - 17 1 10 a<'resK .
will b given an u 1mt.urlal '
t' II <* UNION ACADEMY OPENED. :'.4 of Sw'4 of Set, S.H. :21, '1'pIS - -

rr today AS her pastor. !9 It. I' -1 t II acresN lAHUl'l; '.I'tl( < 'I Mi .1(11' AUK .

r.. S K lIuj/; r. of Mt. Pleasantt Largest Enrollment Ever Known .at i iI 's of Lot :1S"f', ::'. Tp 'S It. In the'Ir.'ull. ......in I'b'h'is! JIII.'IsI'lreeil., .. :
church on Monday secured' TOOLS 1940: grass.The tlo'h'Ir O.ttmi i1ab's I In 1'h.nenry-. .
t of the School. M, . \\ .. ,
Opening said( laud beltii a' *ct"'c.1 l nt \ e.u.n 4l ni U I IntT ant Cir
trlption sutficleiit! money to I renla K liar ,....1. It 11... re fled Leotiel'Irree.'t
I. the date "f the Issnaiit of 'h
HIM cortlllcatoH
Vliion Aiadeintvhlch Is the colored at l 1n.trr I' d the expense of a casket etc. : In the names of t nkiiownt'nktiovtn .r..f Stortaarr:
graded and hitch school of thecity 1
oii-e i was liberal as the white, Mrn HI': \1'Illi.ltus.V It Ml'l-....1..1." ttlTUI.,, It all ..ll. b4tlle.1 .
and'one of the l)..it of Its grade ; II I>ouglart.V II Oaufoul& I nKnown. III the 'netts ......1 .'+n.*> that h.lwl:
: .:: .' the deceased were desirous It I ',u' ......| I-:""....,.* It |I.... h: It I1.ro. rail
for colored ihlMrm i in the State Nan i T J Kodilon nktiowii I .
; '..
the funeral was I. *oii e ror. I..ur..r Ihe.Irfrn.tantr l 'h..*..
,_ s IIthat ain formerly opened' In Its fall t.eK lon I It .\ nil :are a carjH'iitrr. onluiiiir I I. 'J. Kowler S \\ Saps, I 11Known ituniMl. .rr non- ....l.l..nl. of the Htl M
.>u' I' ('. I' Haslerlln: l I' I. Knlitht.II .,.>,1.|,,,. Ih. ...U1 ttwtit U |"., 4n.l .:ur"nl. R.
Mond\'. with ono of the greatest: pro-. Slat sir rra/drnt.uf the Inwn.ir M.-''....". lafI'
T 'ral will be held at 9 o'clock I Vi \vii work( our lim- fir II l.imb It nklh'a ll. I nkiiownI'nleMS Stale or N.-l.ra.ks anti the *.Ut l>:. H
conducting the pacts uf the times before It. said certltM-ateH .;;3> til be |'|.TO." ..,..1 l"' oolw' I1.>rrf ittt ">.KIlli.. of IIM
td, : H.\ linger This school. which j Is under the I leemetl according to law tax .1.1.| | low of i'h"rl., ir.. :-*t.l.ttt> Michigan .s4over %r.*
'monies. The Interment will be Inlored TIM .U will inton the .K. of tl rear.: It U, therefor.o.d -
r rt charge and management of Prof "t \ m. will IMKIK* thereon oil t the I tat .I.,)' of .. 1'.1
t''' cemetery. adjoining Ever- Jsov: -iiit.-r. .\ 1), 1IM7Vitiii arc "..,.*l>* rl.tlr ,.. .|>i..>..r to lh. IMII
Irr,' 'f Il..nu .E" with" Prof I.. A. Art. \ >Ms mv olltcl.il' Mignatiin; and CoiiifU'iu MI?J In ..l.l ...n_ itn .., i<.,...._ U

-- -- --- as first assistant l opened with an "nrollment Disston Hand.Saws.Hatchetsall seal this the 1st ..Iacor Octolter A dse fl''all ftK* Ith'sv l rrllon.rat.ski,tf 1h't.her..t hill will II IflllT.Ixtt'01at.r

A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE.A of :30: pupils| which I la tin n. 1:1'17.: > H. WIC.NOKS. "' .. eo m*-a nr .....1 .i.>,..nd.tii.. .+
It l. '.ihrr r.lr.l lh.t lhl. or.l f tie
Clerk < 'nlt l''lIrtIa.. inns
largest; on record for any previous kinds. lr( < oiin llli.-.l .....'... .it OT rk for four r..... v>...
ty. Klorldan! ....... In 1 ti<* H./lBf..III.'* Hun. n. rlfNOIM .|>.
Negro Boy Mistreats. Two Little peasoii The faculty and pupil were >' :M s CIIKVIS.: : U (' t-ut'll.hr'1 In sk1 eounlt sews Stal., )
enthusiastic and to begin Hammers-all kinds and sizes. 1',1. "e .t.'r Hh. Isle.V :
\ery propose -- ---- --- -----
White Girls. II. ,, '
\\ : ( 1., 4 1""." ,-"r"l
a term which will pro\e fruitful Notice of Application for Tan Deed A true. ....,.r of nrlettnal.

1.(7( little white girls were on their at the end.There Brick Trowels and Hammers. Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888. It..rI,J M) tilt P1 'It Ill'.tl.xle54.wfure.wuldsln..l wll'N.ul.v 1 ; t'lerr'Io'.elt.rv.

wa from ;North Gainesville to theit were also many parent of Laws of Florida.
:Nut' Ic-.' Is hereby Khan sisal Terry
.esterllay evening when a negro and they also were Screw-Drivers. I .,
children present Automatic :\1. Colsou. purchaser' of Ta, Certlcafes "" lOft l'I\'OIU't:.

rran Into one of them with his very. much encouraged o\er the pro No .'.7. 74. H7. 92. '.**. lot. I'M. In the < Ireull I 1'itwrt' ruhlh: Ju.lU>/UI l9rU.rhua

I, If and, Knocked her down He pests of the, .IIt.nn. There was a Automatic Drills. 10': 12U.: 117 2':. 3'.3. :.H.I... 372: and Joan llr own 1'ounly... I.'h.rkls Ulla hruwa.,- In chd.o.rr IWI f. |

tilt prattlied the other by the arm most! Interesting program of a literary :2.J: .>. dated the 4th da>' of September Curer.4 )...s... of ,,,,,,\\Iet."""' ,

at d tore the waist of her dress nearly I""l5: has filed Mild certificate III myofTti It .i>|M>*Hri.. by mda." .|_Ml*<| L.
and uiUHlcal, nature after which Ratchet Bit Braces. \ .e, and has made application for Mil flied, la ...* .!...*. Bl.....t .>._ ,lM% !
off. when he remounted his wheel and classes were formed IPUXOIIS aMttiKiied dedn rrMn of IJIU It,,,... I5d.fe.daalIn
tin to lassie In accordance with
,
r, d!, off laughing It would have fared and the school will, get down to busl Bits of all kinds. law,,, Haiti certificate* emhrHt-e ihM iwmun la l.U* Mia unknown,<> tl.wtda and 11'the 1.=;:.

with the following described l.rIlIH'rty situated .""|..-na ...-..n w nom would blue 'Md.
tn' had the relatives
boy lies this morning't'r'ots. : *'.......nt" end that _M ".,..-._. Mo..t
i' .'hildreti been able to discovert and Arts both Levelswood and iron. In Atachua county. Klorlda, towltNwV4 .<* ..t tl "*.!.... U !. th.rt_ ,....deshi
n.no"l ( i are = of Nw. I.. Sec f.. Tp U H. It n...,.....ens." e.r.......M t.. sad oar M
Mir, the children were MO frightf energetic and ambitious worker. :and 111,:. ---!" acresSe r...ul'...' 10 ..1.1..-r l<. lh. IHU ofninl .

.it it. the time that they could not with the assistance of the faculty nre'dett'rnaluprf Chisels and Squares. a.. of HeV. Has 11.| 1'p MM' It II 5th.1st l In "uf.UI N
t. tin h. was A sharp lookout Is make good chowliiK. 1411 ut'res. .1"'".".._ of ..!.! Mil will, be ..".. M
to a Everything you need in the Tool H.' ... of Ne'4 HeII.. 'I 1'1' 7 S& It l.-l l.. %... kept for him. however, and If at the end of the year. II l. furtlt" itnlcrml tkl thU .trrt.r I...
.. line. 15 K4o aerrrtiny .....*.t ....... ae..r for .4tfht ...___
>n Itltely Identified the HOOIIII : ; of Nwi. and Hw V of :.Se1and; ...!.. Ill lit. .1".111.| ass. Mw

'r j II! tie I severely punished PUTNAM IN DRY COLUMN. :Nat; ,. of H..'. H.M21. Tp 7 H. H leiF imr.il.h' Auru.1 In aril t-ih..."iJtfM ,..,.. ....! Hl.l"TbU

---- : -IMI I acre II wirNtirM: : rnrii (irv"..
HARDWARE CO. A Iru. ..of? of original ..
Julius Caesara . Drys Win Out in That. County by Good BAIRQ :N1' of 14..1. and NeU. of Hw'" lv Her H..ll H II wlell'l. (n.,,, "etll

.' of sickness Majority-Palatka.. Vote. Dry. 7, rp s S.. It I.: t:. -120 acreMSw CI'IIII".1I1. A "N'ILLIs" | nor.l rw'
n..rbut
man ItniMnikMaterial lame I'lu-r.'e !. and N: w V4 of HV4 He. 30 Tp

mark and, he became aged 1'ho wet and dry 'Io..tlnn! In Putnam I UK-tit > ..tli* t Mniiirle", .--.e.i 1 1III 'M" H. It :i'o: K: ..2i o ...r..MNe' N stti'rI' Airij<' ATKIN row

hi* time. Sickness Is often county. shirk incurred' Smudgy attar /IMild I Ihtfin* : ; !. of N.. '. 1'4.-r2'J. '1' p H H. It 15 H.:KII i'Ni..:M HK4TIUM or .-.lA", i

)hv a torpid liver llerblne a \iKorouM' campaign ( n the. part of to: in arrenHe .'.... I.AW" 111' YI.lIIUII"
... of Nw' 4 He :5: 'I' 'i H It
". '.ife your liver and give you the dry' force. who were well organic p N.Nk'-I. U..,.... *l>.>.n tb.l J ,. II.w.wlt. .)
ADVERTISEMENTS. I I.:. K -u acre.. .. la.rehsrr ..' Taa'rllirle.ir "a-
Mr ('irrle Austin llollon.Kar *.... resiilM-d 1 In a \t"tor>' for the dr *. LEGAL Hv a.. Of Sr >,4 III! t: <. llf S<> (4 Of ".'.at 'h. .....1.' .., ......I..be'. A, I' true.

;3''. writes' : "I consider I!* rhln<> the majorlt l.Intf ah..t.1'. : 1'he H a. '.. Se" :2.1:: 'I'|> lo I H. It l' K: ,'..oat .fUoo4....t.said s1't..1.....,.,,'n....,... ,.rot In" Isa rr 11.flm.e._I In .tee'se

fJlIIf'tI", I over heard of I f.Itv )f Palatka wht. h give n wet iu.jorltv ... Krri.HAnov. r m rt x r.'" I .<><>.tr| ...r.l...M>
.. urn' : "N II. It >. 'THINm i M 1T1:14 M'-% fir V.. V. mid Hei.. of H... I. He : ,..-... /.Itkral.rd..nrllwl. W.a.ryr
wit lout it. Sold b>' \\'. M I. of l\l two ) ear ;.i 1(". wt Millection ..a'. I.A W'. 'I M'IKIIIAVotl ::11.'r. IIIH.H 1r.1.: 'I *" ai*..1 la Al...hua. oountrU ,,,,...,. trail: -t
MI ret.HVb
I -. .., N.y ..f Nw'4r.' ... l TI,. .. ... ...
.. piled up fourteen t..Jnrat: J for ". l. h..i > , 'Cat T.iwi -it II .rfh of H.. I. M-.: I"I. .lit III t4. It r': .> ...!*.- .
-'Irr" .. 1"1,.' .r.. ..I l.. (:.-rtifle.l. \.. 11, I" t: oft. tern'sH1 "!",. aM land, |M|.... s..f .1 ,... 4a4.
the dry wideInformation ..".-.,u,. .... ., '" . .1 A I U ha" .....II..Ia.' ...* .....<.-'.. of .IM.It ..*tlfl..,* la law
tram Ptlntkafate.. r-t IsTI..ate III" ..m.'f "'*' ,.. .....,.. .1s-Il.''''' fir l>tt *> "N.r :1': T|. to)4 It 1:1t : ., > ,...*.. ttlliMtrtf
"Bilious .ton her tai 4r.'t ... .a. 1. _"'....1._.. alta ; Iu arr..w ...- wed ..,.',....1. .Nail bw toJr
that Indication polti' tn the fart fiatevt law !'red er. ". "'., .mmvf !.. I..In'rlnrde.'rlt.d s. "f I and S',. "f I.-... *'*... .11;. ....._Ins t<> law tacit**.! will |..._ Lae
y
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..
.
.
'
alu.l -.1 an 'I. .r u lh IIto.d.e .
wouldgo pro i' .ee/.a..r A II sac.
count :
'r'' .precinct In the Tp S Hit'! K: loft .,u-r...
Attack. tr. i9nrN.. to .1 W I lnee. nf ..inaal, rr.slefw ..4 _.! '
dr> although all return had l II..r Ins 1 IltO'r H ... .&-fir Ir'.l. .. AlMI". 14 KMj: | 'lp. t "M It, Itf t: ii.. ..>,hdr .l ...|.t..irM>r A II MT .
I'. 9'o._ ..I rl'. .t ..i.rno, 1".. 32" a.1 tYIK liar. ,1'II
Sym ptoms. Sour stomach. been recelr at the time the l letter TIt. ....t .Lew' ...'ne/' rMt u'w .1 .... date .rf arr (:INi (9 (....,, Al.a.Y. II..,,
If... 1MUsdM.-' .rut ..'rtYle.t. An ,.. .s.. l 1.1/t 4. .lll...M .k : Si>.. lrrr i
nasty taste in mouth sick wa, written. ut To... of Htv' ."'.....*. 'tt t. ...ld land t_liiK M_* mrd tat tliIM ..
"r.a.- said ....,u"..a1. .hsM te. rrdr.u.rd. v. Nurus ar: r'' ass 1"'tll.UT.O-t.-
:
i !. of th .l.stlsiise' of u< h rerlinrate. ,
cadachc sallow complex- ,....,.._ 'u '. ... a1tt.A aid...... Iherro.Mtar ..
JUDSON? JOTTINGS m4ar n'I. II IMKNOTICE In the iiMtue v at Unknownt ......., 'A"''. at'.eta..W.
< n the world your enemy. .: W11rr.' till, .. I" __..... ..A rut IPMIhr '!!'.,.. ...', rertltrale.. hnll tee< r.rtei.rd *>- .::, :
Nu.r.. ..,.... .. .
(I. t'
Shea (
Cause. 1".1. .' '.ta..b-y. A. II I.4a .u. L4e$
I r..rdlHk to law t.. dM>11.|
Constipation inact- '" w of Hap Ikirats rag is .s ..
"A.l.on-f".t. 1 --R ** T.wk.'t" a. .nlo ., tI wirtw.l/ : .t.-a wt
I''e liver overflow of bileto i ,d ....... If "t .oft A..n .,... will tssa.. tlr<..*. ins the :4t" day of t.ass lei *nflasi i a.. /.a1 540s$45et
J.jiieavilto to R I* Miller .. > e.. /tte.b.'r A n 1o...: ..I a/s Sial.- N. I.w.iaa4
I N. ... MB'w,.a* l.." % al. Inr ,
the system. ''t..rIsHe br')u.hf ViaKfll Mil u. APr1J'ATI.I'f ....U ? ix5.811 WHtiM nay nofnr". elcr.."". suit "....... r'..._q II.M Na'r. I*
Relief. llh Mm to hark for 'It: ': ..'rJTrnM" .el' 1'14 s IT Mw ,,Mil thi' the Zr.lb: dny of .....'t..mt r. ta..5.s. 1..Ii r .r .....1. ._,__ .M
Treatment for twor 1-r rmiMd "*" .AM.r .. ... ..II.A I 19'1 I : K, uit WIUSHt.c tar ant. raw. -s" . .............. Y4.. *
.
whts before retiring with run.. in h: storei ..... 1ft ti..e-hp dire t*.t \ II r .r'.r 'I.! red ( an ,. ("....ri. AUrtiM ("ion '-M' .". t. ._' . '" .Clot ._- 1..
i (I':" 'I. K Weh m=if1V t i\..i>'-a' _....... .)f !I.* r'.>fta'...." )vn1r a ..... t, I'l. .rids .... ------r .w .'y1M sal .oeJ.,..
.., i.." A u i..... a.r awl ..,
aid ere
ll h Is. .5l.aa I
RAl1 LRSWn .. itatursls -1
t s falu" In Jml >ti -- > > 4-ic-- .r Appii.lationo.. T." i Q..d I ..*. J. II l| u., J. ., tS . .
I .turn.-I l fr.utbu,ta fH ..w..tI :=.::= :. ,:. :*."' *" **:= .: :. .::: 1 M-ar. ..ff .r I...., ......
*.0 TONIC PELLETS a..- a .. ...*! -rtt -...* ---m-r. t- Under: S .tlon s of Chapter 4 M........'' H KHUHU N-rteiMf
"' I the opriuK* III '.rrh> ('.,..lIn.. abet. r............ d- ..". ._ ..,r'1...n. .(........ l. At ... Lies .f rt{.nd..

.5 ". night, don't worry, sleep 1h.- ha.. b w- for hi harh| H.- I. ..naI ..1-11_. .Ms....(.,If I -_,.-_t.w,.'Tr,. .son K. It. ....M :__........ I. h..r..y .It..a than 1 It :!"\v.,4Ii'1- '

and Nature'll do the rest. I prnt-i wo.lrrful'' ,ails hw a.titsw '/.I..III ,.tar. WI ._...... .1 1M ..seW 1 Hunt t> *rrto..., "r TNo .. ('.-nin i."- i -aie 111.U04 ...., I ../ ./
.
,. ... I ...,.... . 0 tr.'steer CT ...., .. .
Intire the 1r..itar 4;:34 Astral. the llti *..r ..r l f Mt tf J..i. H II.a -r Ml
Tr.'lQon ZS Ct6. 't' tif think. t.- w'flal.h 'II.-.on r.- r aaewwra ...,. t r..e ..5, ...... I._ ..... n.. _....
.. .. . .. .......... A It ItHrt,. alas fii,. "1 . ..
,..d' 1 rfrltMf' '.' ._".! f {' w < > *< .. ....C's h1 wr''', e.. "."'1'..
R. a AVER. urn 'u hin> + .--.... '" .. .:...... .. 1<11 ....._ i.tftIAatr MI wiy tttSf" *t'i .... : .5 MMA s ,. i It. r: AH-ny,
S T t." '.rraeor" to r.. f& 1: r.-...... Mw Iar l...... ., ..'arr A II rut .1..tkJlt to, "II ....4 t.. . J---- s

i. 0','r tlo.r hs4 tlsarbrat' b.e.N <'e |>J>UKl. erarrse. tier r........... 1 I.. d1're4.lt 4lr.r
T. L. HODGSON i the! :tebts N'r Fist 11ft .... . ,,0\ .-. A., ......r_ f'\.. r .Itastw4 I.. A wi u .
rya err - -' -- - - -
that the eoium ----
; /1s.kM t..a1l
pr "', .1 .1 4 arr. ...,.1.. rare. tselrh. A UMIT' " .11 *.,.m" r 01 iMU ... I ,. -., ..( HU .. M.. H

Practical STUMP PULLER .. nftOll moll I. Wt' uI e'as Is s t.. .. I I ZS -4.. mfT'IIRraf .

...,. .... ',. ... .. .
I t'r1ur1. nat.ur .. sour r r to T". .sW I Ia., 5. '.v '" -'d at
svieht Tv Ferrn f .!,.. tae e. , .' '.' ,..a.II.. .a.SC .. tb- date ht t... .L.pAi" . .1 ..., .r'
. ., .. .
..
the .. .a - .f T Via.-
. tAOt
yrra Mme
.. for their c Atr r a. ,, ...
r
.. .. Ir.. She a.- ._lit /Ill...
WiHrstoa. Florkia. price asd tter teak leer .U& -S.Is -t..4 ('tale.. ask! S.rtt8.r'.htt" be .wd.euead : =:
.. . ... _. ___ sell ..i N r h .
)&_ . ., 1 a.- serNdlui 'law t.. 4-t ..
wiLasts. III .t -w r.r. 'r. A a 5.11..1{
I"'t It laltet .. __ AA . '. .../.. a. aM% i-..... I.t a t7Mt1 1 ,. .
.. I. Y rIILI. A the?-- .", the $.- tSar ,.f tietelat. .r i..e, M.w.wrtsaa
A"-r. urr K T ,..v.e .,d.........,.. ,., A I' Irr'Wits. r1MYa.aa aw .. rle.rw
,gbes74 end farms cleared -.._ ..::- lira Ii9o. _r .' \ .. .. f.J"n iT'ir ..<.- I. nal0. .._ tal .rr.1 sign.....'. a..t Kw M..r
Jail ***** .. M ..., ............ anD
ant.
:. nth rJa.n 'f r adA'' a the ....| tfcu the l.< (Ds IJIQ abort <>>tk_ .t tra.ooDrlcee. i>. i-vrj M II wn'lfJlM.
.. traystash A CO
DlHnJoa t ion or Ao( J a'1I'.JIIf SWAT
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MACHINERY FOR tatlsee when ,. of Sere ? s aid ckatd Krai* < lrlr C1rult Court. AUfctiM>.< .
Wc'" a- petIF ...... Lr .54aaen ty K>orVJ*. S, I.e' 1ir
4L.E. eon.ce .vtfclte. ta.ea J. axtnat.4 _..a. 7"7." .. M r5 -. ntoae r.lr ny M. ciunncii.Dc t

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THE & I .VILIiE SUN: OCTOBER 3, 1UOT'

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Prof. R. II. ,Montgomery was In the I terd.i Master Lusclou,3:<-<: ca f'\ to ;:; - -

NEVisOF CITY AND city from Windsor Saturday Prof "'f tt> out for cloth Ins etc pre hilt to her parents. Mr and Mrs

Montgomery. who 'Is one' of the heft I Ipui-t'o-t to his:: departure .\. Jerulgati. Mrs. Oerdlue eras

CONDENSED teachers in the county has been assigned '| .' S, ..ool for Deaf Duiub and 'Ullnd. \ rvopular| her as a young girl
COUNTY I ti,"l h,'r friends are always. delighted
to the Orange Heights: sclnxxl nn fi|>iM>rtunlty to see her.
for the coming term. whi I.t
i iery bright, has ;i dt'factiveiig

of General Interest Gathered Miss Lille Morrell of :New berry ha. -
Jltun arrived In the city and will'\ attend the I the '?!h.111 taltt" of an etltn\itu at the HAVEDEPOSIT it\ "terday.. Mr. Watts hat
Reporters.eERSONAL
b.Our. ..nl.n.1 .% 'h.1t from his daughter-in-
Gainesville Graded and High School Stari'hoot. where" ever> coien-

nere. She will make her home with" i it-t' anti advantage I III offereil 1 Mr law :Mr! :Mvaits.. and three grand

AND SOCIAL ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. "'. S. )McDowall 1">:' J. n''r.ou' states that ;MUs: Sarah AncliiiMi chtllr.'u Pr.ui.-u! Josephine: and

West Magnolia street. i of Marietta. Ga.. the I\'onl' lieurv.ut.:., o' Lakeland.) They Uftesterila

What !I. Goingto > > M.I ti-- vtiuntic! Coasts Line
what HIS Happened and. Miss Maude Lewis has cone to I'l'-luii >oung daughter;; of Captain \\ 286 for hoit'e

...app"n Told In Short Paragraphs LaCrosse where she has been assigned It, '\1I.t.'rtlon. deceased is now at their
hum.on lt.lt. Friend ..t i u M."rs't.ittt bualn... J
That "Mt Who Run May. R ..ad" to assist the principal In the a .

10 school the coming tt'rm.1I Lewis t'rrr,. Ilydntaitly'a J>.Ii IJ "tr manager' of Lit. Sun will|1| regret W
'In The Sun. learn that be .i.
It utill'
Is a competent teacher and will give J..h"'Intf"r was In the cit) from Indisposed ,at
luortay' Daily Sun: \\' his:! home. Kast: I' moii.treet.. A fiwdavsHgo ,
*""' the patrons of the LaCrosse school .,loIn )esterday
Katelle Heat Is spending a few Mr. Mercbunt. had the mlsfar .
*'
Mls good service.T. S F Waits of Grove Park was in t
Rocky Point as a guest of tune to fall. Injuring himself internalu
Wt at K* Godbey of Waldo, the sweet the citv trading, yesterday. I u
) and )esterda be ufTer.sl from .1Ii
trI'nd.utt'u IVll and Grady Colson have potato ktug of Florida, was" transact .1 :N. Vanlaiidlnghant of Monte cha CUSTOMERS hemorrhage of the kl.lue' t..j]

ing business In this city >.t"t from a visit to relatives at .1. H. Padgett has retiirmit from St. <
returned
Mr. Godbey as a sweet potato growerhas K and K. F. Xetrouer of Rorhellowere I IxniJs. where" he went" with Major W. \''1It ]
Trenton made the greatest success In this l
E W Mil I lean and son of Wal- I trading in the city yesterday I Thomas' a few days alto to purchase A
Mrs section of the South and his products'have
visiting friends In this city l.'oi i Salt-IS or 2<> head of stock horses and' turtles for this market. lie T
do were taken priaes at various fairs I I
,it'l. Apply tJI:. Merry 11 kill"''')'. Adding New Ones states Hint a ICl".tI sel.>ctlon wax 111.014. '1
ten rlla'W T.. M. Venable. Eyery!
fatullnrly known
its I .'Ia and tbe clock will IM placed on that 'imarket
t l>a" ls of Raleigh wa trading "Uncle Tom" by his friends was In .
I'I.McKlnney of !.,mire spente.i at once :Major Thomas ex.pect :
yesterday. He Is a contractor
in tin of city that place. the city from Arredondo yesterday.and I } "-ruu) In this city UM a guest of Day --- Would Like 'lo" <>.d in arrive on "'rlthI" in(

mad j The Sun a friendly call. I friend* stopped da\ or two en route
S i E Hrooker. a successful farmer Mr. Venable is", oiu (>f the old Confederate +
of the LaCrosse section was trading Veterans of the county, and 4,I Sam R, Cliltty. t>f :\lkllI1I'.1{ Miss: ,Is...".'.ra'I.aJ.' who" last ...\1.
I
I iauuoui; those who I'nt| ) esterda in attended ibe Presi| ., terlaii College orCharlutt.
(In thet/ ) yesterday.Chas is quite popular among his comrades.I | Have Your Nameon
i tits- tits .-, :N C Afh'r" vacation
K Halle of Alachua was I and Mrs. J. II. Dye of :\lIcanol'Ywt"re I with
I "I| ent her |1'.11."t" here Mr. and
l.inliMiss> :\ I >.-ll left ester !
who spent Sunday la > .
those those who favored
among
among I Mrs: J II'Idal.. has gone to the
being a guest of relatives. flttkinesvtlle with d.tlor Alachua.Nhen> she will" spend !II
this city jj a visit yesterday' Our Books. music .1.'I.lulna",1 of Converse College. .

Prof M 1* Meal, principal of" tlQ: H. Dye has had the misfortune durMK I a i 1.\\ days with relatUes. I IMr I SpiirUtnburK. S C :Missdal U ":

\VaMo Senior High School. wj|| the pest summer of a long: sp >llAirsickness I .1. II. Padgett and children) Mil NCCOIIIpllshed<< gating' lady of coot

among those who spent Saturday In* in which his friends s> m II.IMri'turiuMl' from :North Carolina illsH...ltlon. and haw many friend .
with him att>"i r a Miniiiier dellgbtfullv spent '
pathlze deeply. They are I
cityVies
this among the .voting people here all ot =,
Kate Boulware has returned glad to learn that he is himself .1 I I" Donaldson of C) rll was" in the whom wish her continued success. In

from White Springs where she hast again however. city !o ,..tt.rda).. He called at The Sun GAINESVILLENATIONAL I her studies.Mr. .

>mi on a visit to her sister Mrs. M" lIsslInnlo Lee of 11 lrnst' was 1 I ottli and renewed, his subscription : and Mrs. JtisI Craham *mat :'<

K. Flowers.Mr In the city Saturday. Miss lase. 'who" I l"'..I.-i's Kidney Cure will cure any : liiimn agnlu. after M delightful soJonrn

( W 1(. BUtch of Santa Fe has taught the summer: chool ut JfnnluK I I cast of kidney. rouble that Is not bej j of several weeks. at various

returned to her home, after a brief Lake, which had a most successful i i 1)1111.1 medical aid J. W MrCollum points III North Carolina and T nn...

visit to her daughter Mrs. J. M. Rivers session: has been assigned;; to Antlooh Co ,. .....>, the greater part of their time b*:.

In this city school for the fall terns She i i I MiFlorence Duile has arrived))1 BANK left pent at Hot Sprlnict" N. C.

It K Matthews' Jr.. of Mlcanopy. 13 a very popular young lady, and will the city( and In future will" make l ijiorhome Frlfiiits will" be glad to lenrn that

who U' attending the University, spent no doubt make many friends In her with Mr. and Mrs. A I.. Reeder are t"IIJu'hIlC cellfiit h. .lth. hash

Sunday with hU parents at home returning new assignment. r.'lltltrs.Jess I T. W. Shan* Prts. been Iteiieflted by their trip Iff,

Monday. Mrs. F. Tomkles and daughter 4irahaiii Is active, and says b.. n*
I. Griffin of Jouesvllle, one of .
Miss Kate, hate gone to San ford, felt lietter In his life. Mr sod M
Col and Mrs. J. G. Nichols have returned the successful planters of that sectionof
where, Miss Kate, will her Oruhnni art gladly welcomed horn
resume |N>- <:
from their summer home at : lie country, was trading In the cityvcsterday. .
sltion as a teacher In the public 1e..1", .
Orn Harbor. Mich., where they have : .
I school. Miss Tomkles enjoys a flue For Nl\lft-"w'o acre land. h.isl.e JI'h,,,. 111..1.. hriUy Ann:
been for the past few weeks. i
It K. Page of DOIIH. tJa.. was" 'in the
reputation as to her ability, and has six room, barn cistern, ocated atKeddlck. P. It. ('"na,. of Newlierr. )' was In tt
Mrs J R. Howell and her bright city vesterday. having come oil account
made surcens Fla. Apply to Mr T. K. .
a great In her lrut..K'slon. clay mi himlneHH. yenterdajW ) t
little son Wilton have returned from of the death of his friend James
She Is very popular In Sanford, Ileddlck. Hawthorn, Fla. spurt
Wllllston where they spent the past O. Klvlngtoii.G : ; l n. Ktilch of dish Hprlitna
where she taught; last >eur Miss Mrtlto Kennell ban returned: .
yesterday lit Jalne Ilie|| on huslns
few days with relatives and friends. ,<
f :
Rev. A. BOMt.> from A, delightful and IwneflolMl
seventy-Hie years ontliiK
Mm.( R. Kaguley has gone on a visitto the ......known merchants of that section It.'IIII.ru.. of Rocky Hill seewas
old. and one of the pioneer preachers 'at HwMiinanon, .V C Frleiidn are glad
relatives in Springfield. 111. Her wan transacting business In this : a business vUllor to the
of the Colored Methodist church while I lo welcome" her houie> again capital
daujhtt"r.1I.. Edith will make her City yesterday yenterdayFor
preparing to attend conference at Mr and Mm, II C. Cato of IllICit|| .
home with Mrs. niaudlng during her Hale-N *w secondhand
Jonesvllle wits. suddenly stricken with, HprliiRit who have tern here on it vl.ltto
absence I mill Hrct-rlaas ord..r.lI.m. Writ J,,
paralysis and In now confined at his relatives for the pant two or Hire. '
(;inlnenvllle. 1.
Ml** Ada l'hilpot of Janey. Levy home. Rev. DeBose has been preacHIng d"YIl. returned to their home. ) eterday I,

"'Jur1taA In the city: Saturday. Hun.1..1"*. a procreasli
for niai.y years, and WRit at oust NEW YORKRACKET
Mis PhiIM| >t IM an able teacher and planter of lit (fugue MTllotl.traillnc .
time presiding elder of his church, U Sdvey ..Wlndnor was, iiiiionxtbotie
will: accept a position In Alachua In the. city )nerday, ''
who
aMiit rster.la III Ililn
) >
of Wai
Rev J. C. Colliim formerly
rnuntv this .vear. l>r. A. K tarter of Mlcanopyaiiionic
combined l
business
.: city oil uiiu pleantire -
do but how of I'alatka delivered In
Captain' fV.. Fontaine of Mlcanopya He reports plenty' of rain 'In that tboi. who spout y0t.rdaythin i
h'rf"aUnK sermons at the First Haptlnt t'
in the city yesterday. He was cctloit city. haring como oil busln.am...
.
church In this city Sunday morning I /
.-n route from his home to the Went" I II C Htevenn. the Jeweler of flltfhSprliiKo. C M. Weeki. of Newberry sales'
unit eeiilnK. relluxlng the pastor. Re\ I
End: where he In engaged In the mining 'In ilie slurs of TttrWer Roland,
WM' H bui.lrtrss vlnltor lo Ibln
who ban
S. M. Rogers, not yet entirelyreeoered. Cheapest Store on Earth
of |ihosihale. it I>H.II- vUltor lu! hits city
| yi
Mr I .
During the services the city yrst.rdaa) Htevfiin In nl odltUloii

T'.e! many friends", of Robert \\h"ulI choir "llIlt'r..1 In a Ixsiiitlful manner watch, !limtor| for the At day a\

will I i- -...rry to hear that he Is con. several >...!..<.t Ions. The choir at this lanllc ('.NI.t l.lii* .lu.tlce It \\ Miuall merchant

fii-.l' t.. his room at the Pearce Hoiinei'i church It coiiKtantl)' KrowltiK t .-tt -rand PI.nt\\ are but tnklioc' order IN..tm..r| ur Haittio, was a twain

'' 1: -IUbt attack of fever. He '| vlaltor. lu ibe> KMIIII> cMpltal y stdM
hopest evld-ncei s careful tr.tlnlnie' fur C.-Irry.: | 1 1tllM. .'. nlolt i'iiblxtKe' .

I.t nut attain; In a few. day. SchoolSchool' Cauliflower and ltet plant for t ledelivery )
T. .I Vetmble \rrt'fl..nrln.. a" tinwas I
Mr- \\'III Scott and oil. Clifford.f'ir1 tu'.r' Mend forrl...e list C K :Mellon a "liimlrer tuanuf
In the city ) Psterrlay. broiiKht Information
.r'x: ..r ThU city but 'f tow' of .luck- Kennerl He T Htor. 1'iil.ttka l-'l/t fairer Mild. leading ritllen of Ml
of the death of Cnblt III'"
win, .1 K.: ..tftr a pleasant visit to thin hull). wt. (lit tiiln..avltlw mi ttualiuMra
ter. an atce.I and bl ;bly r..1, < olI I Hub crll>**ra on rural rr- dell.sry||
tin. U-iiui Kiienti: of Mrs. Ko'a Watr routes awn ntid) In their .ul''J.'rll"n. )eslrr.fa.
. mired mail of that -ctlon.. which" <>r for All the \o
- tiirnt-d' to their homo Sunday. ciirred at hits home Sunday night: !p.. ( Supplies by the mall carriers l',-rseus who HHIII M I...vU Mini child

Vr! tU l DickiiiMJii and '!".,n. Mat ceaMMl was" a!>oiit nltv-fl, .' >'.-.-sir ,.f' desire ThM Hun on ..i.Ia routes tun h..,e ,..,IIrh..1 front Sort Carol!

th t ... aitd Mr I and l }I r". W T Xet- .! {'". 1I1..11"1 always been ;.. faith( to l School Children. alai send money by the carriers/ I I..-M* bey -I."t| Ih. p*_.t few wtOraftitl

hn... r and mtn. (.:arks( have r..tllru'd and ron.cl l.-ntiouw nwtii II** hall mmfrltii.l I At.sahder I/arp./ 'r leis ,_I..rlu.,1'r..nl I piea.ahtly

frm:i (','r1nr K..\'. after u couple. of .* ninong both white stub .lor..1| : an .10'1,1...l vtitlt lo :Sea York ;anrl buddml l pan tresstest

,..-.-ki t>leMMiiitly itn nt at that r..rt.1 and his diiir-. wan' r.6Cr..th..1 l by the I IKo He reM>rta n |.le..Miil time \1,*. l tarlwtlo for .<.1.! ... Prices

MrAnnl.' .Werthleiu hall .. "". >nl jKiiplr flf the .rrond'| .. ttioii i: TABLETS I H_rMr la nitll lit New lurk In UMIIpnn nUbe HI application\ ft t: lit*

t -r home in thin city. after a pl_a.. regardtesa! of ctilor COMPOSITION BOOKS I with h>'t .|..ler, Mr. J I) (Camplll, KhtW
(
""tt to frlcuda : tJ relative* In II M. r.)'. thus Chlu.imau who has. Iterihtfelk.mllugts .. f iM-ittM twit r>'turie<| frcI

. _u eliKJKeil h,T.* for Ih. post tw'.I i i'I INk: I 7tl.r.w I't ).sterdsy fir >|ea..
)'r I h. are aiol: 1 tn w.lnltie i...r ,' years aw gardener for f W. Cha..- h/altitsMrr+ ,,'''.r a r.is.asit tsratlns Mr. l>- uti> will l.utfK

baa proved! bU itblllty a* M _niii.>i i IHr. I PENCILS I aliens wilt hlo pa/rnta. i'ol *?..1Ir.. I: II (r.. ......k. S''

.( -..a Mary Crooter of .f.u hUln..l'I Fay has one of the han l' on....-t I I j> v. I p Morrow lit Ibis city lie tm I Krl.i.'lif < .tl.C..ln J alas.f';!

>4 Jnett Mini of TallIha."r most pr llftc and tmMt' diversified tar PENS "..n>llit. 4 nt*..lln l r..ll.ic.. In tb.tI u.. Kl 1.1 r,, him ,..u i titpala '

been here on a dens, In the Slut!" coot lnlt.* all hir.'i- CRAYON d' sad will. r-..... at.. .iv'i"s.. i sit "''i 1.., ""%'fli. .I him Qr.ewd :

'. tbwlr uncle. \\'. M. JIInn"l(I Of ("bI,U'.' ,e|.....b'6'1f To OS* the ..< .\ <;of.|-tit awl .!-.. ,: t ", ..", .1 d. o s :.o'.

.f tt) their r-I-U"" homes 1' prcmttnn of a follow blessed a Mh n SLATES I lurnwrl froxi IKfurr rr .. rl>I huf UIt : \". MifMcMlltit' ha. Pita
II
i I At..1 l aI'",", "". it flashes one bMitrrr r.. I 'irMIt'."''' fa Vrlrwt.'Li. Sir I..-$ I ion N.rw Y.,f *. whcr.* sba b..

I \V Stej.henn of AUcbua, I: pass b> and look In O;.!uses IU.> LEGAL CAP PAPER I win ..b" I. Ibe innr. \ ticket mg.... v /..It".. bar cUl.,. Mr.. Chat, f

i. Ire.n on a *I.U to relatIves I I needs more ..f sue b frt <
city has returned to her home. .. ,,'.n..r. a. M r "a, ..bn it !ss.ambllM'u .. I. PENCIL& BOXES tit see him t..lllr..S th. t..troot sitsbowatala
Jtisspb u.un
ami M I, Crwtor .
sae : : ,.n lIt rnrraeUI :'
a delegate
to tbrhlon Hun
BASKETS
LUNCH I '"QH-. lwte welihnnwn timid
10\ -.hc..1 I l .. I If A I'trkU of .
convention: which run" nr ltal" sad r..uh who hA' Nvvbecr ? a rltlten.
of Heat .<>rU.n. were t
."' ).- .. I! hens resi4Mi A'.t Crr,irh SPONGESAnd : tt.(tor U* f;.!.._*Ill*" y-i.nr.|..> awlwbilo rllt
; i *( hmlM. |h. |ltl. ell/ yday.
\f - hiltll.: Mrant of Mrlotoib. for street fr the taut few isenths. fore i ttff /.ler| lo r.... hi. ..its .

t:., :aa.t trn one of the valued n env uos..l Into the Hr.. i. ll'- Ann*. : everything needed in the I M-rfftUNi to The Hut. Sr't.. left Tfcr will| 'u- ( ...
/) < create as(
t. ; I. of the Millfltf rlltl. '. 'it bin
>f the rtaff of the. Gainesville tOTm..rl.au.. u as Tb. Commercial, Olio -
....l elsar.. .
school t will' T..r.-
."' :.-cS and High *-t..ol. has returned :97 >U.t Main .ir.*t N aid will inn room. lo. M, sn l !. veil !II h".. ', -'rxu tMMlt .h..l.. 0.. Ita- .."esseg flI Os-Sober

t "e ,.tt,.. and will resume br pu't duet lb. *am-a. an upt'dalmatn Come around and make yow tb.t M-rtl..ft for tb* pUn. fuiwl K..ryb..JfIt

'.' the oiwnlox of the clx>.>&. hotel >Ir 1Ja1
. I I house baa basic thorOULII5< repaired elections before sdIeeI ..... W r.. "'hI Hmllh1 ..*u bl-r. Mlaa dtailr a'II1 1-
borne Is so plmnsttt. i -cardl**. It I'vuixl, for _....I ,..,.;
9 t. and overbawied. and will be opened .A""., of W' .aI.tMH* said Mr*. M. W.
rotator that mooer "HI buy': .. Prices fee Lowest.PHiFEJt rid..( <>r this city but its. of jj
a.. ..h. to the gsebtie as a J.>p wr pr1ced ro Witber.pae of this. city form a ....
.. th* r. lrfa family .. In perfect MM.!!!*. spans Tn.. 'N cwt la about ten day. iselua a maCM sat prtr *bo bat |._ In Jaene.
J
: > A bottl. < Lutl
o Ortno bar.. Posed b
,''n t .wet aJr..,'". dispnuniaa. theta I. tows sad. Mb rr $0(..... In VtrdaU forMra. sew rs
Hymp KW S M CMkts. It wUJ a Mttal Lott.., sw4 .. via hi04OTMXA .
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tfmmntt why b* aJMMiM set 4" a ,.- ostlag !
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Ir. r rr anaWr of tk family ofawtlsatloa. ittTHBB ...."..stlt
tact M.n/aCSO sir ato.rM /0- M. Lao r.os a4b ..... Lsaetsu>. .. .. Gr41av. a.. )MU At-

trvisys, z. w. >wOMttd a Qt. was Ua* cMjr tro Mica.yy 7 a..ta J.ralg.a. M to ... gUy so a MBW ITatM* QtlH

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JL.oL.Xxvii.! NO19 -- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ,>TllUKSDAY I :; .; OCTOBER:- :::3,-1907! ( ONE DOLLAR Asi.


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1. IRA CARTER'S MISFORTUNE.Ankle IN MEMORIAM THE NEWS FROM MELROSE.
! I % SCHOOL TO OPEN

W.U
|iB DPJEX-SHERIFF Was Severely Sprained as Result Beautiful Tribute Paid to Judge Pleasant Social-Personal and News

of a Runaway' Monday. Stringfellow by Brother Maeons. Notes of Interest. MIDDLE OF Ml

f Ira J. Carter one\ of New berry's Whereas U has pleased Almighty Melrose. Oct. 2.-'olr.: and Mrs. H.

"4rfttr*J o Perpetrated In Oregon well.known young citizens was a trod to remove from this; life our von Noezky returned last week from _

; visitor to Gainesville Wednesday.Mr. friend and brother. Judge R. IfStrlngfellow. thelr summer outing.Dr. Superintendent Kelley Pro!
>. UnVflown Parties.
4 # by Carter seems to be a creature and J. C. Davis optician who has
m Begin Term 14th
of misfortune as far. as receiving injuries Whereas His untimely Aernlse has been spending several weeks here ." on I

by In concerned. A I leaves for lit the Soutb-
t IKE STEUNNENBURG AFFAIR runaways cast sorrow over the entire community today points iTO

-\' few months a_. in a runaway he, a sorrow "felt. Indeed by every. Ratliff Yearwood left yesterday for TROUBLE GET A T

}: -- I sustained a broken leg by being who knew him and Gainesville to attend the public school ,

'1'o Sheriff Brown Was Enter.Jr"Inp thrown from his buggy caused tone there 'i
:. er I Which ''hereas.'e feel that In.his death. I Whom the Superintendent D
his confinement for several weeks. John Robinson of Amerlcus
Hugh
His Front Gate. Bomb Was Ex. the Masonic Fraternity, tilt State the Capable Person to Fill Po
I He was the victim of another runa-' Ga. is visiting at T. L.. Robinson's.
p Oded. Blowing Off His Leg and county and the community have lost' Principal-None But FInstructor
j I way Monday and in Jumping from the Will Minor of Starke Is in Melrose
r one of their best and most high-
i ,Otherwise Maiming Him. I vehicle In which he was riding one' for a couple of weeks' stay Will Be Accept
toned citizens; one In who, there was '
'lot his ankles was severely sprained. Mlsss Florence Baldwin took a spe While the
,1! Baker City. Oreg Oct. 2.-An ai ,- i no guile, a man In whose bosom there majority of 8j
: apt oTi Mr. Carter owns a flue farm mid- I clal t>examination In Palatka and Is the
was made at 10:30: clock pulsated syrup tthy and love for the county opened with rt'gu
/Monday night to atutasulaate way between Newberry and Gainesville 'I teaching at Satsuma Heights
former
whole human race; a man that even Monday the 30th u\t\ thr.j
Sheriff Harvey K, Brown at his home and on this occasion was taking a' little child 'could approach with Impunity O. C. Iusband and his brother. misfortune of

: kin this city by blowing him up with u three double teams to the farm from Orrin Husband leave soon for differ being withoit

'dynamite bomb. Newberry to assist In harvesting; his I I ent places In'the South pal it became necessary! to
His was a noble life full of generous
.. Mr. Brown Is In the hospital in a crop. In some manner the rear team Fred Ford is at lAke Geneva paperIng the_ opening of the Ci

['j .critical condition. I became frightened and unmanageable; I acts.He was never happier than when and painting- some cottages that Graded and High School, wi

One of his leg was blown off, one : causing the teams In front to runaway have recently been built.
I giving comfort and consolation to suit that there were a numb
&of big arms badly mutilated besides I and demolishing two wagons. others Call 1\[. Yf'arwood leaves soon for

.It' Internal Injuries, caused b>' the concussions. Mr. Carter was leading the trail In a v Texas appointed patrons and
His smile and cordial l
ever ready
't. ; buggy when one of the teams ran Mr. McMllllon and family of Orange students. This delay hoe\'|
of the hand his patient face his
grasp
).' The outrage Is similar In manner Of1f' Into the vehicle; ,, upsetting It and Heights spent Sunday at Mr Year. not be remedied as ProfBeath's
shall ...
ml.
xecutlon to that which resulted In sympathetic eye, we truly
frightening ,his'bdr, e. wood's. successor could noj
Vthe> death of former Governor Frank He had. fer years been an Intense
Saturday night the people
,.!?.'Oteunenberg; at Caldwell Idaho. ; sufferer with neuralgia; yea he suffered young cured in the short time Inq
AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION. met at Mrtt. Spear Yparwood's for a
q : -Mr. Brown was returning home and always and at times, untold and the date for the rt. ulnlng
1 social time. The evening was pent
? u be opened his gate the bomb ex- agonies; but he bore it without a of the school 1 term.
Missionary Societies Entertained at v- in games and music.
cploded wounding :Mr. Brown andkwlng murmur. Superintendent Kelley sic
Home of Mrs. T F. Thomas.
:h" out the window. of his house. / lie was alxty-three years old and ever, that the school will

'(I..t{ The explosion was heard In the cen- The Ladles' Home and Foreign was a Mason for. fort>'-one years. HIGH ,SPRINGS HAPPENINGS. later than Monday, the 14th

4er: of the' town half a mile away The Missionary Societies of the First
He dearly loved the order and wa.promln..nt dbt. assures the public that arra
>blet of : authorities Methodist church High Spring. 2.-Miss Minnie
and entertained
11 police county ;wore << will
In the administration of Its I be made to secure a
i.... wholly unable, tp fathom any cause i I{ at the home' of Mrs. T. F. Thomas 500 affairs. Cole and 1\U.JiLula Adams of Savannah I and capable man to take U

'fOl" the deed and they art :also whol- '' West Main street Wednesday after who haVe been visiting Mrs,
He officer the that
was an during greater palshlp by time
H. Mel... I'fre.it returned home.
1 unable to obtain any clew to the noon. Grady
part of the forty-one years of hie connection As has been stated l>*.fnMe
i the vVetttcott Wright of Birmingham
6:
lpairprctrator crime. ]
.. There were a number of both societies
with the order and his death
'.. Death, at almost the last
Ala., has been visiting frlends..fnHigh
Walt present in response to the Invitation is a dlsltnct loss to the Masonic fra
1 Victim. was tendered a position as de
Lay In and the afternoon was passed Springs. He returned Satur

fl, Portland. Oreg. Oct. %.-A pc- ternity. Mississippi State College fo
In a most enjoyable' manner a pleasIng
:.etal from Baker City. Oreg. nays. and refreshments Desiring even In an humble way,, day.The young people had a dance* at at a much more lucrative sa

rs a.eherUr Brown who wan >d>'na- served.program being I to pay a tribute ofespect to Grady's hall on Friday evening in be was receiving here. and t

,,.. ted. Monday night and Just returned 'Mrs. his memory we. the members honor of Miss Cole and Miss Adams. ceptance of same left the
As entertainer Thomas teas
Wit .k trip, out'o -iawn to some min.property. an of Hawthorn Lodge No.. 103.' F andA. .School opened here Monday undermost ship of this school vacant
.
a demonstrated the tact that she I' a
Of He was found l)lng M.. i favorable auspices. Prof W. much as ,Superintendent Kt'll l

.' II. Main Walkernvllle.. Md. 1st princi -
"
,?:aTt'. the large posts were found delight to have the 'opportunity of her to the family and relatives of our beloved has to succeed blm. there ban t
|>a1. and an excellent corps of
.
;'town to pieces and tlte fence shatN hospitality.A brother our most profound teachers. The new school board of trouble which caused the d*
'*,e red for some distance. Tne perpe. sympathy and condolence. We would
{; Reliable,,, Seed Co. trustee A. ":. Summers, J. !... Kelley states positivelythat
rators left trace of their deed ex1L
V no point them to his spotless life a rich
the school will
Grimes and J. C l.e open
'i t Dept a wire which extended about 25 Of the numerous seed Count are performing
.tor"
heritage Indeed and to the Great
than the 14th. and will <"i>en|
their duties In
.') feet north along: the fenc and then throughout the State. It Is safe t Architect of the universe, who In taking a way most
: class shape.
Went west about 30 feet to the middle assert that the people of Gainesville gratifying to the patrons of the school
brother to Illmtielf. has only
our .
The Patrons of the f! iGraded
of It la that Hugh Flitch has returned from a
the road. presumed
who have
and vicinity occasion to called him front labor"to refreshment.Heiuilted I
and d,1
the ......In. were lying In wait for purchase seeds have. In the establishment delightful trip to New Yojrk.. Hoton.St. High
Second. That these reH<> Johns Nova Scotia. and other Superintendent Kelley H i>oltrealizing
Drown and the wire ;
Mr. pulled as ie of the Evans. Seed Co;. one of
.' Entered the gateImmediately lotions l I.e spread. UIK' the minutesof points KantMr the extra efforts h*
(
the most reliable In the country.George .
I{( after the explnalon a I the lodge and that a copy be given James Dttugherty of Jacksonville Ing to secure a teacher are |
I Evans IM known throughoutthe
,; .'neighbor of Mr. Brown's heard Home to the family of our brotherHeMoUed. visited friends In town last week with him I In patience
t. entire Hate as a weedntan' ofsuperior .
lf aen ninnkig north from the direction Third. That a copy of Miss Mary ;Mann visited1r P
/ ability nerving a number of
'4, ,of the Brown house. It la thought teat thetie remoltttlotts be sent The lalnen-- .I* WIMM on Friday and Satunlav. on Death of a Good Lad
In learning the huNlneits Thepublic
,\ %dr. Drown had some Idva of the Identity years vllle Hun for publication, tier :
..,. IM now getting the benefit orU..e way to ;Newtcrry where she will Mrs. J.: A ntmnlh..r"
of the aanustlna.Mrs Alan, } our Itrother Allc1! We shall
IN principal of the school fur the master Arthur Reid .1 >
1 '' Brown In. prnntrnted: bv the long years of study. nod lire HOconfident never more behold th) fare on thin "III"lhIK I..rm11": Mann
was prlurlptl died at the home of tier 0011ilay
that IM
of MM ability It neverilitentlfmed
ahOC'K. and the pliyvltlans fear 81'1t1"WInnot troublous ..earth but with the hosts.
the
of IllKh HprhiK-4 lI'lannl last f
In the \tty.tHth\:; ten i>
recover ,eternal who have Joliuil the (choir
year' anti made manv fri"n IH' _ed
cen wu one
Mr. Kvnns IM assisted In the ntore
!( }Ir, IIrn" n. while Hhorlff of Maker ,
Innumerable. we shall nuet this und tiert-, .
his U.... Jr. who !I. nice known" and nio t he: il
,
,county ear U' ent enforcing the by son rJf4"; there with thee abide, lit the Inch .' of
Orih.ins'| Dad wan ofmt-rv law a.tainst ...u'n.I\ nien and KanibU. a practical man having had the advantage
thelu-t llij;. Uod not m.ule with at the Methodist church HJ, I.utes .,
_ of his fitlurn: InntriirtloitSeed of a gentle. sweet U i

WAR IN TEXAS TOWN. from every package hamdle'.Iby l liuml. eternal O'TKKTKH In the lie.ttenuJNO \\'.; made itii earnest npp.->;il for kind and milieu tI\'.' <
,
;: setretary
the prittiauia. ,
xp - -- thin eNtabllrthniont are tented. If, and her death will) iuretted

-Gov. Cantpbwll Asked for Rangers te which IM another reanon the 1.lnn"'r" l.

,; Prevent Further Trouble. and trackers have eon l.h'n.... In tillscnm.puii BETTER THAN MEDICINE. Farmers Union Picnic. / The renniiiiH were V i

14,1 llendtTMMi. Tex, CV,t. 2. Iwo '. --- The tvirmerie. of this necti in or the Indiana, the former u I t

4\L At.tt lia\e Uoen 111.1 mid the town ) Breathe Hyomti's Tonic Healing and country' hive ;'.rI\w.1 a union for their Ce,.....ll l. where tK.-

'.of Tt u au. Tex a entail town near Wanted-Hardwood Timber. Be Cured of Catarrh. iiutual l.rnh't.t.'fI..nn.1 "lth'a,." held

+ here, In In such .t ante of e'dh'llIt'nt I 'I he Itrown-JeiiliiKM llnrdwiMMl I'oni- Nature h:IH u rented fur catarrh, it tn rfrvl h huc !,,'tier ;bees for the lru.I, I
the outgrowth of a ilttuute beteec.tCaaiier Card of Thanks
pan of Lake MiM'fr. Florida. are treatment that Is far better than do. nets The In"mt.-rl'ohII| I.. large. and

Hetnby of thJ Tatum Hfaiobank In the uutrkrt fur large iuantltleM| uf must the "lotu..cti with" lut-iUcliie III iucrea.eti.! e\,'rJt Vie, wish| by' the kit: '

r I. and tJaut Ih-her.tnn.- tli*> local I |itrkor\ white oak and nah tliutM-r It U the healing oil+ and balsamsof .Tlie "Farmer IT 1.9I..n. as. the mom I tor and through th'
freight M;etit. Bator..ft..rn.? .x>n 1
that an HpM..al has been CQ.rwanh'I l | The* offer! to buy It either In the Hvontel which nietUrtrteit \\\t'pair Mars style thyuiiaXtre. : will hold 1 I Sun to express tilt

a1 1o Oo>ertior Campbell, aaklnit tbatKaiiKer lUll: or .w..1| Into pleuk1)w" that )uu br'ath.'tu'hlnlC _tHo nio.t r mote grand r.M!! und t>a ket picnic' lit I and tour uj.re4'Ia'i

I
p tnntble. opportunity for awiulll a to work oil HlllltiK\ all catarrhal gorm, suit ret!' "r- which tint, matter of.Jnteret. to t untry for the a t

1htniMe, originated In a (ntnv lumber In which hero Is u proof aitwe I Ins health tit the mucous niembrniieIn firmer' will l>e tliscun I M h'1%ynu..'thy they _hi>w"-

furry tI'IIr&l1ntb4" pa\mrnt uffreight a are' offering teeny price for curb tmlnft llyomel )onl etc treating .\ cordial Invltntlnn l.. extended of trouble and cor

ItevoKerw w-re drawn lumber, Thin also afford the tie tour- catarrhal trouble,K with the oitlt the putilli .Mill .' IC..I r.'wd. |I.n t>\ reels. and death 'fon

;, ..d In a nt' :t>,'t battle: I llemby was men. who. areet .y.ybc-I.l crane and+ all Willis L4ttlet K

Ifatmlly wx iiii+
V dpala Involved' dItuled, Into fac.lon ftCU"" n. i-owerful. hettllnc and l an'l..eptlceT << 1 Slncerel;

And Monday u man named .\d.ll III v.a For full Information regarding M-t an that found In the iitountaiii :! A large Pumpkin.One Mil ANO MILK, J V v '

'killed. prices, etc. addnHntwnJenlnff.ss where" the pine forests ICh e off their ,: of the largest and finest. j.unuH New her r>'. October

't llantwttod Co fnutrant and healing b.lt...""., kin seen in thin vertion for a long

Suffer No More. I.eke llutK-r. Florid llr.,athe. the luvlffwttlitK, and healln 'I time Rae that t.r"a.tI to Sheriff I. \,', Death of a CM >
PmrkerabuiR. W Va uTh..
llvoniel and ace' how quickly you Frnnell by ," i. KtmpUr of Information haa re r -JiCf
odoie fluff, .K.,U 4:. .1161'(-' cut hi. '
Heuse.
y New School will get relief from your catarrhal llaxue on Tue* iuMr the death of WIUU t t
throat with a rasor d> utx toatantly
C C Fletcher a successful trouble J ,,-. McCollum A Co. of M
contractor
t H. left a note saying tie ha. .nff.rv l M* Hwmpler who la the efficient a half year ok son

All bl. life from mm IncutmVe: dU.a.. of Hell was In th. city Tu_. -.. manv cure. even of the worst cae chairman of the Hoard of County Joseph Wilson _tlkh.c

< sod thought best to put on"l1 to II day on business connected with the of catarrh with offensive breath omlDlk".NI t* .ltoO M ucreaful dewberry Monday

x11. school board raising of mucous frequent aneetlng. farmer. and aa a token of his friend Tb. funeral wa held )f

)'r'-1:91' .tcher has Just ompltd a dropping In th* throat and .i..*n odl<> hip to Sheriff Fennel be broaftM Interment being at bust t

Chle,,, a C.n.Ututl.nal' Mo.arShy dspetcat nice avfettol building for Sawannv* coughing that they feel warranted In him this pumpkin tern<< Rev. O. T Tyler iicentmsonie.

1Aa4oo. Oc-I T-/i.cial': .chosl'ta the Weeti,) sd. which woulddo I eUlag Ifyonwl.d..r an abeohategvaxmnte Tb. iMUBipfcta was on exhlhltSonIn ..

+ '.press! credit to a mac! Urcrr district to refwtd the money U It the of& of County Clerk 8. IIWVroge rn.s> s a* Mrsympathise sad. K

Th. ptroas sad tns ttwe were well ... DOt do aU that U claimed' for ti.They 4aria Tn....7. sad attractel wtt* t e- La
..........t 01 a ceeatU.t".alIII l
t'l' If pleased with the "INIac. __ will take an the, rUk. ,a great deal of Atteeitioex. ............L
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THE GAINlESVIlSLE SUN: OCTOBER 3 11W


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rl L'M": STANFORD PROMOTED. ...................... DEATH OF MRS. MILLER.Old r '"" ""
t
,."....; I !ll' ;J1111111/1f/ I 1111111111101' ,

....'.tit _Be Chief of Field Staff of Ninth Cough dropp throat f fi and Highly Respected Lady
.. Passed to Her Reward.
Division, U, S. Special I Agents.

m Suuday'B Dally Sun. : lozenges or cough ? i Mrs Jemimi Miller. se\' iity-two _

''!:. D. Stanford. .'p clal I agent of the i syrups may relieve 2 vtar of age r.n.t one or the most beloved I t

'sifted Stat's land onicr, who has of the rt"ide>itof the ,\\'. .-t

e headnnar-ers iu OulnesvHle: a cold but they don'ts' Kii'l' died Saturday iiiornlinj at 5; (
(((((((
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or the past t\> ,* or three years Inn : cure it. Jcottr j clock. \ 1

'n promoted which will be jjla-l ; Emulsion not only J eceased was born III Georgia near Where yon want It- '

_p .pews to Ills numerous frlt>udl'l.' ul Valdosta but ha teen in this State ______
"W>though they will regret very much immediately relievesyour i and county for the p\-tt thirty yearn. --a When yon want it-

,-toy lose him. i cough or cold but I She was a devout Christian a member 'J OO.?) () No smoke-no smell-no trouble.

'l.J' 'Mr. Stanford on Thursday received it of the Christian (church and was I c i
cures by giving you cOc.'rtrJfs Often you want heat in a hurryin
.; ""p telegram from General Land Commissioner active until prevented from active I

,' R. liallunger. Washington; the strength to throwit work on account of her advanced age. some room in the house the fur.

off. Take SYror\r The funeral was held Sunday, the reach. It's
Instructing him to proceed to New nace does not so easy to I

; Orleans, where he will assume charge ; Emulsion for Interment being In Pine Grove cemetery and

as. chief of Held staff of the ninth di..t Elder Lindsay officiating. It was pick up carry a

. :vision comprising the State. of Flora coughs and one of the largest attended funerals

ads. Missouri Arkansas Alabama tlI colds. ever held In the county nearly a PERFECTION Oil HeaterEquipped

.*' Louisiana and Mississippi tnou and friends of the deceased com
II PIT
1""' While Mr. Stanford regrets very ALL DRUGGISTS iSO ing from every section of the county
a *. AND S1.00. With Smokeless Device)
(
tmueh to leave Gainesville, he flays It Mr. Miller is survived by four sons

Is. a promotion which he cannot nf .. W. II. Jones G.V.. Miller and D. P the want to heat-suitable (for .
: .e. ....... ,r to room you any room in t tip)
*+ 'ford to by. It given him not .. Miller of Trenton and M. I. Jones of
pass has real smokeless device absolutely
-- ---- ---- -- -- - house. It a preventing
,
this city and four daughters, Mesdames ,
'only more salary' but more prestigeand
DEATH OF MR. Ei VINGTON.
'
Is a step higher In the land om..j( .. :Martha I'revatt of Valdosta smoke or smell-turn the wick as high as you can <>

'.}'work. Having the matter In Well-Known/ Levy County Man Passed Ga., Harriet Atkins of Bell and AV : as low as you like-brass font holds 4 quarts ol( oil I

J(+bands, however, he may decide toinnke I Away In Gainesville Monday. II. Everett and WV, Week of i that gives out glowing heat for 9 hours. Fin '
Trenton to whom the ,sympathy of the
leis headquarters in Galnellle
"'ronaVedne day's Dally Sun. ished in japan and nickel-an ornament
Is I
+,Instead of New Orleans' community extended
JuiiiOH O. Klvington of Otter Crf'ek'' I anywhere. Every heater warranted. Ill
Y'v> Mr. Stanford Is quite popular, 111&r.rlac \'- :
died at the Odd Follows Sanitarium
; been In public life for many >'.nn4 THE METHODIST CHURCH.
in thltf city at 8 o'clock Monday night : I
i76.1Te was at one time a member of the TlicbLamp
'State Senate of North Carolina and of heart failure brought about pre I Four Accessions Made at Conclusion ; ::.,

Hurnably by an attack of acute rheuma- of Service. !I. the lamp low tX. tndcnt .r \ t .
: Sunday Evening t
M was' for two terms journal clerk of +,- '
tUm which had troubled him for Rome rcaJcr. ltgi".kUI.a"I..ylaQltt. \ 1 -
*. the Senate of that State lie was The services at the First :Methodist that make dude a pleamrc.& Made 0I1w_uck'J plated sad.equipped --==-...- \

J'. afterwards elected'! State librarian af- time. church were well attended on with the .latest improved central "rail ..u..... Every.lamp..n...... --

p tter which he served three years In Mr. MlvltiKtou. whose'! home wall at Sunday evening, when the pastor, llev II you nand eltaw the Perfection OJ Heater w l Rar Lamp Ir.. I ? t'' I ;J
Otter Creek where he hag. ben for cIuJaorile to our nearest agency lor 4eacnptav orenlar. __
ywir
: ,>he United States Treasury Depart T. J, Nixon, delivered a most InteY- ( COMPAMV
Heveral years engaged; in the naval .ANOA..O Oil
inent at Washington esting sermon. Dr Nixon l Is a preacher '
.t Returning to North Carolina Mr. stores business, was brought to of great ability always eaklnK| II\\\1111111"1111111\ \ \ ii"itiiiiiintti\\\ ti\\ \\\tiut\ \ \uumtiiu\ \ \\ \ ;;:..+ ::'.11\\\\
Gainesville_ several weeks and
Stanford practiced law with great sueOess. ago with Interest and upon this occasion ,
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placed In the hospital where he has
"' ', before entering'! the Land Depart his hearers were deeply. Interested.At a
received the bent of attention. Kvery-
I '::nent of the United States Govern the conclusion of the'! service four The Thirty-Fourth Year of--
thing possible was done for him, but
t:" men t. members were received Into the

h to no avail.Deceased. church-three by letter and one by Miss .Tebeau's and School
Boarding Day
DEAD MAN BOUGHT PIANO was a 'native of North
baptism' and confession of faith. The
Carolina and was about 38 years of J'Opt'UH
I service In all was a most enjoyablelove IB 1JH)7 at 8 10
September : a.
m.
Before age lie was a man of excellent
And Salesman Clinched Bargain
feast and those who attendedwere
Funeral WasACver. character and was well liked by all deeply impressed. NO. UOO NEST MAIN STREET S. :-: GAINEe1'II.I.E:. M!< KUM
.;
The following anecdote dough a lit who knew him. --- - -- -- --- --.---- --- -----,----- -
The remains were taken Tuesdayto
J4 w tie grewsome Illustrates* the extent!
_ Fair llluff N. C.. where the Interment Napoleon Bonaparte
*
Send orders for Job Printini f
'which salesmen! to
/ 5to- some go procure will be held. They were accompanied Showed, at the battle of Austerlitz your !: u
f business The Delineator
:( says by his father. Oeo. VV. JohhHC- hewas the greatest leader In the
!/-J for October. It was recently related
ip' ton, who was with him at the time of world. Itallard's Snow IJnlment has THE SUN JOB OFFICE
*. actually occurring In Cincinnati .
his death. T. VV. Shands of this city shown the public It Is time' best liniment
though we will not vouch for It: .,
mid J. S. Fisher' of Otter Creek with In the world. A quick cure for
'i - -- -- ----- - - ---- ---- -- ----
"On his way to business u piano
whom he! was associated In business.! rheumatism sprains burns vats, etc.
man noticed crni.e on the door of ny.
A. C. IMtts. Kodessa. La., says: "I
deceased'! Is survived by His parents
y. Rouse and AHcertalnlng from the
one brother and one sister to use Ilallard's Snow Liniment In my
Y neighbors that the'! head of the family
whom the sympathy of the communityand family and find It unexcelled for sore The Souih's Greatest
ahad died Immediately called on thtft -
friends iy extended.$10O chest headache! "' said
In condoling
and
Widow :
anything that can be reached! by a
he such devoted bus- .
.", 'And was a REWARD. $100. liniment. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
band! Only the day before his fatal

Hloess. he visited. my store and selected The readers of thin paper will be Pleasant BlrthBay Party.H. MAIL ORDER HOUSE

aJ' a piano to be Kent to you as a pleased to learn that there Is at least
T Schafer the well-known baker
a present but. of course' this. calamity one dreaded disease that science has -

bas canceled the transaction.: been able' to cure In all Its stages and who owns and conducts the Keystone

"Naturally the bereaved wife Insisted that is Catarrh halls Catarrh Cure Hakcry. North Gainesville, always did -=:
.
upon owning this last token from Is the only positive
the departed, no matter what the cost medical fraternity. Catarrh being a i on the occasion of his birth. Is Now Ready to Fill Orders fart

sa and. the enterprising; salesman closed constitutional disease., requires a constitutional day
Mr Schaftr obaerted this occasion
treatment Hall's Catarrh
+' a profitable Mile though his whole

tory to her was of course, a fake" Cure Is taken Internally acting directly oil Sunday In the greatest style, as. MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S

ux>ithe blood and mucous sUrfaces far as something to eat was concerned.

+ MICANOPV NEWS NOTES. of the system th..rt'byI."truy' It was his thirty-third year and READY-TOLW AR

lug the foundation of the disease, and his good wife prepared a dinner of

giving the patient strenKth by buildIng ruts turkey and other things good
+ Iii l<',uIUII)'. Kept 3O- Mr*. Dr. Johnson
enough for the gods Only I a few HATS
:tl and children have returned from up the constitution and assisting CLOTHING
Intimate friends outside the ram II>'
:' 8t. Petersburg when they have beenoil nature In dolnx 'Its work The pro
; but the spread. was thoroughly
tncatioii prletorM ha\e so much faith In itst'urntive were present
A summer
.enjoyed and late In the nfteriKMin .
that they offer OnellnndrtHl
Mr. Melton and family. reachedliome powers AND FURNI HINGB1'
Dollars for that it those who had been so fortunate
yrslet'dal)'. after bating spent any cafe t t 1 I'' I
falls to cure. Send for lint of testimonials as tos sit around the fentUeboard

re I AddressF departedi l .l. w lulling,, the heart

J., II. Thr.uliii' Ir. who un-t with u I I I J. CIIHNKV: & CO. Toledo. O and his family maif .pleasant returnsof Stocks larger and more complete than ever :32 J':
75: .-, the .Ia-
DriiKtclMtM
Sold by ,
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serious .ar'Itrut et lill month linoand Best quality at moderate prices. Our "s oIt
Take Hall's Family fills for constipation
bad to H.. to hull ltnulr for tititluent I
Spring and Summer will b
3 ram hack Thlln..I110' net-ins A Card Catalogue

to have re<'ott-rt>d ,'Ilt Ir'I, and IH I Off to New Orleans. ThU to certify that all druggists are sent upon request.

looking Will He WIIM u'unalaull'dhome | | aittluirlstd to refund jour money if
K, I M, Stanford, 1"'lnl' | n n'iit of thaw
h" lain ..I.h'r. Ituble. tintI: ..... 'I. I'iilt.,d Nantes land nlll...-. wlio leis Folay's Honey and Tar fall. to cure" >

.) Lola ;\11111.1.'lIIlth: who hail been In I your rough or cold It stops the

laltllliore. Nett-lili) t-ekn I the couch. healn the lungs and presentsserioiiM
} ;past< two or starve years, ami w luixinlly \\ale
Any )Ir. Thr:tsht-r 'Is ,pnUliuuimllier mltlltlon promotfd to h..f'hlt.f of tafT reMults from a (cold Cures I.. B. H. LEVY BRO. & r.o

to his i11un.use .loi''' ulldtnK l .if the nlntli Hold. \111111 l Stut.I .'" ..|.... Kripi cough and l.r4'H'lIt" pnenmouU ,

.\ new r.......> Ins! been |pall Up ..: 4'1..1 I .itrt-ntH. wllhrh'r"' Irt Newrl ronauinptlon ail ( Contains no opiates

the .nrollni Hone' 'IIHII\ adds| | \.i > The Kenulii Is In \ellow parka; SAVANNAH. (WOROIA.I .
<> .>>.ttii I'aa's ihU inornltiK: to a- lIouhl'llltuh', J \\' ;Mrl'ollillil
)tt.ut,'rlaaP" here-alt< ''IV. Co


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i'r< .' >tit ,'It.

\Ir. Staiifurd Nhu I I.. |MtM*>*H.tHl o fit i

lno+t ittiltuMi .11..1.1| bas trade'

k as ni.tuv fiUMtd liort* \aia.. r<' ;r..t to ....> "Oldest Bank in Central Florida"

Mm 1.'Ct"... The) have the otitMtliitlonnf --
.
kiniw ,Hi.*. huw'men" that th-.r will J

a axithlnq: hraaUn: blot containing err MTU Burr ,tit .\ N abite" i'. he |itspnnnle.vl I ,
l h.u
H. f. DUTfOX u..lnn.: iiE1oit': "
uo Wug-e baai11g at urtteatic e t. ,It to makel..lt. nt reguLar Tnr DUTTOn RAnn :

p BELIE IlltlTMtUIt .. co \\' K. TII,' ,.. HROtW,..
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a aDd .......tlMcl '. 1tMt f. tally ix th.atlr :H"rI.'Ul I W '"ty''
Full Paid
quickly I.. to Capital 575.000
t
membranes sail tburytahlpt1 make" his h.s.>l<|itart. r. tarry. an hlttrrltorj I.' 't.tA"r.....-a't-fo... (1 t. tl.rn: : ).: the C

t *n ev. Valuable ot'onfy for will comprise ..I l\ StAt.-> BANKERS ,. K tnlon.: GAIti1V I : L..t.". FLA. a.H.cLT.nr.
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At ,,....t't.. 8 3t..tahll."N '
CATARKHt J G SICftOI. I
Our Customers .. ,
Notice to E& mK
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'a relievat col4 bla, ..; ...., Tr. .... CUUN1.24 r I and 1 CITY J 7HOStA' ! .. l to announr that 1
%Ve are l.l..H-t1 I
( I
y hay suer, .tov
DEPOSn.OR'Y W R Tlas4A"
W. Gu.r...'.... S. it'.tt5..a.Bey .\ le>'. Honey and Tar for c tu
cent tub of XOKKA frum and IUUK trouble U. not affected
: a 5') I>T the S.th..1 l Pure Foixl and Drug A lt.ak .h..eqh ... ..... essay. ''or _. I.... a q..awa el a r.wII... a ka... threag6o, ..t ....

R. O. AY- .R.v. taw M.. It C'\\ntaln. no OlUator other .2424..s. .) MweAaaii C-pow.-. F.._.. :MJlavtm. T.-- Op.a woe. ..J ivnla.b. aolir.id.

..a.drstyourmone7b.dtNttotsatlade'La..npie ,rmrut druR.. and we I'1"C"Om".nd" It Year per t'W"eI& ,.101 .. Thor l'.r11rstes .t lkpa..U. Ulftno Ia_r. 9 a. m.t t
tube and iiooklv by mU inc. chlMrm and
lair J M" _**. roMHly Ian

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GAINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER!i. 1907 aI

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r1e 1111 1 t ORANGES WILL BE SHORT. \
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GEORGE OLMSTEAD Does Your I I I Drought and Rain Combined Played

WANTS $40,000 I Havoc With Thl. Year Crop.

Joseph J. Tinsley. representative'

01 the 1-:. R. llrackett Company New
Heart BeatYes.
iDJoriei in a Wreck on a York and one of the most thoroughly
,:ruined l>-+*"'\ commission men In the State

Texas Railroad. after spending two or three days! with CASTORIA

100,000 times each day. his wife and mother In this city, left'

BRIDGE for and other points Monday
THROUGH Pal.itka
TRAIN' WENT Does it send out good bloodor
In the Interest of his firm.
bad blood ? You know for
and Mr Tinaley states that the move:

_r. Ol,.,'tead Was the Conductor good blood is good health ; meat of the first crop of oranges will The Kind You Have Always Bought, null attach liaa bites

,ill HIS. Allegations Set. Up That He bad blood, bad health. And be in in good shape the' latter part of In use for over 30 years, has borne the signature off

Hal Been Injured. Which Will IncapacItate you know precisely what to October This crop will be short, fuel has been mono under his., pe>wsonal I

Him for Duty. ho\\" -'t'r running from 600.000 to 700.0 .- ftui or\'.Isloii lno Its Int"aoq. sP
take for bad blood -- Ayer's
of this city al boxes. The second crop will be.. AlI.ny..o one to tlcc..l\ r y .n h. thJ .
.HI11 tt>ad, formerly Sarsaparilla. Doctors have
I' throughout Kin to move late In December.' This All Counterfeits, Imitation and Just-ay-Coull"are; but

J; 111 ho i:* well the known country was the endorsed it for 60 years. crop will run two and a half to three 12xperinieuta that trifle with and etuliiiti tho houltli ofInfantA

tilts M-CUOII of while O.s fr.qu..t ran..1 had blood.. U s .lagciihltvr million boxes, against about 4.OOO.OOO and Children-Experlciieo iitraln.Ht ll\|,"rlmcn'-
accident In Texas This pro luc.. enn.ayrli..... PolaouvuaubctantM \0
,i("tmi ot an train .r. 'b... .l..<.,_. Into . blood. lastt>ar. which shows that the crop .
conductor of a freight Keep lb. bowU upeu with "J.r'. tills..ifers .
tt'rm Sour Lake and will be away short. What is CASTORIA
.auraont.. I
011 the ....i.r.O.&yno( o., Gew.ll Yes Mr Tinsley attributes this shortage .
railroad. In which he claims t.aa.ilMtt.rar..fIIAlt

western. sustained serious injuries. A. VMOR. to the drought which. wan of great Caatoria I* n harmlea substitute for Cantor Oil. lareiporic s

to ba'omntead Is now laid up in a AQt'E\ Cl'PECTORAL E.CHtRKY duration. and more recently to the Drops and Soothing Syrups. It In IMminiuit. 1C I:i

and f"C"t''h',', and continued rains throughout contain neither other Narcotic
Texas Morphine
Antonia. Opium nor
hU tta> 11\' San W. b... aO _..".V W. pablt.b
(, h.WInIt account of his misfortune 'b. rorsal.. .r.u our ........._. the country. r dubstanoo. ItM age Is Its miaraiitee. It destroys Worms

.he from The Houston Post and allays 1- "%'...r"'hl1""M. It euros I>iarrh<"i a and Wind

taken ---- ., LIST WAS DRAWN. Colic. It .
-d,i inst. will prove of Interest JURY I relieves Teething Troubles curls Co.uIUlaaUOIa
of the frini.iof the man here: FATHER LYNCH 'IN TROUBLE. i! _______ and Flatulency. It OMMlnillateM the Focus rt trulate the '

tn i ilmnteiid. who claims that ClerK Wienges. Sheriff Fennell! and Mtouutcli and Vowels giving healthy null iiutunU .I eP.

,.cipltated In the San Jacin- Lo.t His Fine Fox Terrier and Feels Justice Colman Drew Name. Tho Children' Pnuacew-Tho Mother's Friend.

be m. Very Badly About It. Tlu- ,. which
while acting as conductor oft ll t of thirty-six names

to cork rteer train, has tiled suit In the dls- Hev. 1*. J. Lynch pastor of St. I roni|
court apalnst the Beaumont Patrick's Catholic (church and one of fall terns of the circuit (,court which

trot Sour I eke and Western Railroad corn- the most kindly-hearted men in this I will on\eiie in this city oil NoMnl-r I Boors tho Signature of

recover damages to the extent section of the country, feels badly b.-- 11. has been drawn. Clerk S. II,

pan I. cause he has lost his companion."Fldo. \VI.-im.. Sheriff I,. \\', Keimcll\ and j
Cf H'' "14'
IB '1W |petition it Is alleged; that ." an afffcttonate fox terrier JIl-ttip' nt'o.1.:: Coalman drawing: the zW7-;

the n) Jur user San Jacinto riverr which has followed! him and prod n.i)...*. horn the IKJX.

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train1llOn which then not exactly "HidoV Intention to l lease e"%" rv' i'iiinty in the tatt"t.. puMlnhth
'' h. |
rr ,t,. conductor to fall to the his toaster !but sonu>how the animalbtrayed. n.i nit..< of thane drawn n>* jurors In I The Kind; You toe Always BoughtIn

I ii ':uto the bed of the rler.I !. and father l.:> nh feels ns n.h.II but ClerkVI\ .*!lKt>s .Ic..-.. lull

f .r of the fall Olmxtead bad about It as "I.'ltlo'IIIUt fee l I,)' l'-ll..\ ., this to I,*' thiproptT thin: !

i a number of his ribs were thi-i tiim as ir Inxltex. I the ol'l.urtllllit\| | <.I!ks4 Use For Over 30 Years. I IMe

..I t .it 4 fd l in; that his chest "Kldo" Is a good l and luindcoinedov -/hen' i I'- tu IIIh'r'h'w i the Jnn>r.. :.nil, I a..va e."--.. .. -...... ....n. aw .... .inv.I .

'. -ent'i in !size! and his :;:. I lie l II as been nilmlrfd by nil alK"t".III\ how they ntniid, oil ..
decreased.! lie altorOt.elvt lovers of juo.llooIIIJ! :; mid I intelligentcaninri. m.nt. 1\htc-h may l'o i''>ndn! .ri .

-d l revere bl.\\ : with the r,'alt that father I i!I .

-. back loin, head and Lynch has" got Ui*, K.viiipntiiy of all 'I That Tired Feeling. ,(J,

of his body: and that : dog admirers. aft hay got theta all .' \ 11\1 are languid. d..prf-"p'' > .1 1 l. In I II "-

,'rtebm of thf' t'Illlal.kc'n. looking for "1'hilo.<< "." c'a: .d.I.> i for work. It indif.t*. < t'.itr '

." '1 h.' dug I 'I'p.|', .'rr" nil front home } t''. :Ilx.r .. nut of order. IlerMu.will i .SPECIAL SALE. !:

:Saturila night since which" tine :\.ttft nature to throw off h'ncl.l 1 . .

SCHOOL CONVENTION. iiothing has be.-u --of tn or heard ofhim. \\<'in rh.-uni tl.tn and atlrmritx aklit tI I '
He IM fox t. rrle-r of niedtnm ;.;
a ' ' "I1..ti and restore the a tin i' I
build. whit". I hltck, 'and the t ''MI I M-I t 11 Ii( :L-i I I' .M I j ' I i. i : I MM I I :1'-.n I I tli< I 1'.1 ,(tl'rli''
one t-ar. ,
Church Here I BUn-.1! .italltr of xound and IM-rf. ot
K Nth Baptist I owner w 'ulUfrv much ap| recfit.- 'al'lt! ,J.I. linbbnrd. T"' )Opl. Txn4 I 'lark. 1"I.II., t I" I Ii', 1"1".r, ! .1 LAIiiti.I ; . 1r-t: "| M" MKVI: :' c Ol(!\:i

'. 'I a Great Success. I any Infortn.ttion, k-aiitng to his r. writ"-" "I ltau 'ft Ht-rlilne for the I1'LI.-I-"ltl'I: 1 i ; >S thru'' . I \ . ) ,!, .i. -I . . -ill- sit jtricoHLI .

.y school convention. of I co\ -ry.f _ ,_.__ _ _oI \ j..i..t ttto )....rtc. It baa done m.. mere t' .*....4 'i 1IIII.'t,: 1 C'vMt to .Muiiufufi, t ; . ..1'.1III.
Ricer Haptlst An" + .clau. tool! item all the dncor It i* the :
churthewi I THE MOTH ERS" MEETING. .'I. 'i t rffS')111.1 ,I'M -Ml \\1' i I" f.i, -. lit..' 'I,< erunlJ '
patpri-.e. all the ,'di > nmd fur hills and "
I. he-t> iu < zie <-vr r f c.
.: fit' I. . .' I J' r I..oi. .t .r,4l. ", ,") ,.11.. ...u.I I \.r'" trues 1. ,st l1si
.
-I'.l IV river dUtrict. nd- l"-\.i" :.1' :-.1"! by W. M Jobn mi
!:ij at noon after a most ',Was Held at Home of Mrs. Pitt. and i I VIN;. wits, i- -.H, ICr'ItoI.l) |.. t<.:". Mu-lii/ MM ,.\ tinier. ahw. ..$

Was Well Attended Monday. { 1 V" w+-. .ttn" lit IlsspIL.r.l." I1. .-n, Ty I "''''r' .. r'e.l. \Ia.n'4eslIa: ."
!eneflclal. session lasting of
I at't tthe Meeting the Board t W'.rtti, "!''I'l <.. t- t 'I' <.' .t ". .>" 17. :.u to Tl'J.iO.! 1 1 ,... .Is.tt. ... MlMltli I.n,,<<..
The Mothers I tm-i-thtg! /:: \\a too held "'
Th. float > I'oimty Ci'I&II1I1.I..nI' I ( '.. .ft, '. r.. Itn.-t. d' .4'.4 .r t I. "i' .. .. .f.o *<.nl/L'Mllil : .
. which IK ad- TV Tltts. "It'l
tion. an home of Mrs ,
l's and tt- K'.n.l! of tiblir l Illtruethin '... '. ,t' 1\ ., ,,,.U .j -
!Kaptlct Church. Is 'eom- \V,.t>t MrOormUk strt-tt. Momlaaf bl l their: .MKiilur nioiitlilv q.- .
_' .. . .' 0 : Itett,l
1.1V school worker :and ti'r4115+n. and wan well utteud..1.l 'tiuirt! Tue.da.' .111.1| I.uth wire nt' Itird "I'I..t".1'1
1 me* tinge on each llfth Tliffiim-..tltigs. which are 11t'1.1 l Ilf .
by ">* 'rv inii r 1.1.! r
., cnntntlon of (h.'lenrlous regular hit ervals, are -.imlng more , lrifdltiK "f she! 'nl..t/IIK"/ .i itl

; ',.. \ Sunday bchoola InttreMliiK and li Ttriirtlat *-..th ., .htt h.ivt' : 'f
l I. > Kl\t-li It* noun ri ) tulin : Florida
. t (onto together for the s.- ii*ion. and tho-o who. manlfit an I" ".!! lltr.-d| 111'''" the nlinirte.h.s.k HIGDON COMPANY, High Springs

t ->t nod l the progress ofMhool. Interest are receiving great bn..fit I ...
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which uccom- The iii,..'?111g14 are proving most l.en.- LETTER TO E. C. CHITTY SON

c ,at deal, giving the various flclal and lnstruoti" i> each. montb I tilcwr.l.v I KJorlila.

.., -fI"! an >rtunlty to ..K. The Monday comprlsi-d a ,. COMPANY
iipiK program I >-nr Slra I) r.-H a tale with A ABSTRACT & REALTY
o and plans', for the bet- list of inu! icul and literary numbers. IN.Int, to It. Kl-.ri.la I" the hurdi."t

tit\nnrement\of\ the work which wr, Illllf'ell .-ntertaliilng. and Stat in th. l"nion for Taint "

which will not soon b.. forgotten l>y Clliuoro Af It.ICo.. ., Tallahjf !If'" t I: nvo..pr.-. rI
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t'lorMa. think t//..>\ know" what 1t\lIt( .-
thus, who heard them I lean Ji> In Hlt'rIIIII1ff": \ ; they'1. !b....t e I E. E. VOYLE. MG R.
During the nft.trm>.>n Mei.dam*>>iPittH painting 1 for :". )'arH. Mitts. tenpears .
t'.e'' of Iii!. and full information furnih r.K'diiiK lauds la this
TOMORROW'Ml and tP ("an nOli. who shared I ; and th- ny l>ev w wears 1"I
I shunt, Our managrr ha. livnl In this eutintr thirty yo.r sod
'f'14-tla'lr w..r.ls| are : "Itllildiugswe
,M-rti'd dellclous I > ..
honors" In "lIh'rt..lnID )thoroughly., *on""r' nl with land alII. ..
., painted. I..M. l t. )cars situ art !ntriMKi
r.''fr'nhm'iits, which It l I. ne..1l.a4 | condition of paint tc..I.! ty. I -- - - - ...

'Ml 1 my life tomorrow"I l to add w '-rf' .l -
l"adaud.dl
They also l Ii av wcur* :
JE3.K1KK. E v DTZEL
( only one year tli.-r.. 1"'Y'CMt 1O yt-iirM' _
I but how ti. )t.. tomorrow forI' Lest We Forget i Ten yearn I- a loiiir llfftlin for ACCIDKNT MUHUI.AKY AM> 1NDKMM1TY INHCHANCK. R.pr.*1 1ntini ''
any pnlrit In Florida hinter than !0 In I' .. of Amer'ean and .:,
number .
Il.thy In restless, can't sle.I -p nt .. I k promlnvnt KriglUh iompaal)
Illn"'e don t .Ji.!! .>. in (.TIT Tf to.to .\\' night won't -aL cries njaMnodlcallyA 1'lit l tru" .. a general I frt In tt....* 1':
Cream Vermifuge I States but there. ar' mrh ln.tticwj ., c3-Eir1(3MV'1.ll0 e Ir l.or-1..c:1.n: .
proti-rt tin wi i.I.| 0t bottlo of Whlte'n | ; ....
, j rail the rout of Iw<",o-
.t toinorn never falls to cure Kv -ry mother If.we' should

I.-tNla two .II&Y"- should give her baby WhitCream In Florida halt of thw usual cost of '
-ii paint It would be tix much w oui The Oldest House in :
v\ will all\ I pu.<4< into )t.'r -..- \ prrnlfu *'- **o many time when th pfM'" It'. about "n...third ; th"rU MI Whiskey Georgia;

baby IK pale and fretful the mother much trail there the N..tll..t paint
I* ftit of all ..I..thII ) does not know what. to do A bottle U the or.t. a'0.1 the worst U tbsinstil.st 'I C.tabllahcd tit ,
the rnit4t| >,-t.-s ,1101! "erywh.-
color
of thin medicine would bring to
his cheek and laughter to hilt ryes. I: .. / Your\v truly.y HKVOK. k ro ; I Ol.l 'ill. 1 ltl'i: M ILI.1AS.'' 'r

The ilve it a trial Sold' by \\'. M. Johnon Thomas Co. sell i fur flee old ,*- fly ih- ..llooSOa'"It'"
EQUITABLE I,I P.. H Th' H J I .5415 full. quart M-AO. \.>'
ur paint. t:X %'UY$$ PREI'A ID ;
N. r'"' .ulo..1 within; 1\:' .: In the Mayor Court. ,1- .- ifi
>... fi> of loath. 1i
l > wrv r
I fa:... J. (C'ULEJI" I
.. arrafxn In the
Tl was
Hutch by
n' clttim; "niiot ItI M4i.1 I 1j t l
i. n"iilly diM* to .1..lay I mayor, court Monday fur the third j a Pure' 1',1. te,.. U.... and ,.
UK ta-nrriciMr in >nl>. I .hArK" of j ji T. F. THOMAS! ale .' mellow Mv the jt.lloQ 17.75. Ytrlr '
week n A
within a ut '
time
foil ,
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i uu.rt.nni>. 1!
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; tc ''''', "
r". I. gambling. Hutch apprutly I.n.. the i UNDERTAKING CO.I ,'2 rXrRCn. I'HKI'AID: J
I 1 i iA
COUPON fascination of gambling to arch an *s' I '
1
n.1 I tflnt that It l I" hard for him to *1 h.. --- tv. 'IL MVKth
'sail t<. C*. K < ;'''hn '
It !!'. was Cn..l II 10 and "HIt" i 1 1i S ?"I..a'-I family .tt..k.. Nf
-." nt_ < tiiHvilk. 111nusittin up i FULJ. LINK. Oht "> 1.1100 12W) >'iM I but through his attorn y T 1tU1a.\ a s'. .. . ..
iA t r IJ ). KXI'HKJSS PREPAID:
Jr appral.d (t.t." case' t i NIW (1xIISr.. tI .. .
; m.1f to
r any I
Sarah Uow-. acid Agtsi-a Ixtx-n two I ii ij.IYYUt1ILYE/
i
.11 I. lril'1. (r. hair ,.... i! dusky damsels! of the ****,b-ir.l d"|* tj I --- -.- j Hlt\ II, It.. g.lloT. 2I'our: fall quaru

.. .. .. . OI.U hiaTl''kY II 6V r.XPKK: PKKPA1I
rtlnll. r ..., hoot j dlJtrlct. ..r.- rral.h.-1 for tig; tint .r runIOH ..
..,.t.- fin. - -- - '- '
I Itlt IJlr. from Loaded
T 1 S (t.\ I111'.bcy fur { and wf fl'. <1 I at.d resets ..*.b t 1
i ., ( ,.r.'y.... tI' IU' L'" and obi llf the Raitou. U It, I OLD limTKK Lt'll C'UK'

I John \\oOf1..n fur fe. fnr drunk wan ..4 I KU' rL:>< R.W.O roar foil grrrt. U M' t Kieb aM m.Ilo r Hf the talkie ,1IC4
vi Q111grabr... "0 tb.y a..ee.'d a Gr.. nf f' and r.r r- I' i. ."t f ill "l outa 12 eo.r.XI'IU .
&..... .. _. _.. = JCr-,>.UI' I rti itrr+ PRPAiDW.
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'\ **r ol *.- I For Over Si_ty V.jr. ----- -- -- ;
J" I, r.'C' '.. N w rattan Ie haaJ1. all /h. ...:;J'bRlade 0 a,. .... Jtqq.o WLJ.U. is lhLa -='
Mr. Wlo.low Soothing fl/rup -- a&W..... Nat- sad ......,..a _.ae.aM sit aDd will ..*. you frvtai '_O lot) Iii f>-r ...& on your ptir.ti.<.... H.CM| for priee
beep -S for cblklren t-rU>ine 111IOOth. e1 r'tY .'......H s. lies sea #.il''..*. Yre. epos atrpl''W.lkHa,, 0
.. t.be child. K rera. tb. rum -a.

.. 111 stays all Irma rur*. wlD4 teak, tad .l...vin.. Florid t I THE AlTMAYER A. FLATAU LIQUOR COMPANYTHE

I* the beat randy far 4tan11oooM- .A4A.OO'N'_ C3.A.


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turned to their former home In Fitzgerald ..
: jiiciIuA TO HAVE Oa. Mr. Goldman was employed

r here as a cigar maker by the

A NATIONAL BANK La Matanzas Cigar Factory.

Among the marriage licenses: Issued: 'l1VAiui
from the office of the county Judge

t. National Bank of Alachaa yesterday was one containing the OF \
names of Oeo. '\'. Logan and Miss l 1
in That Town. (
Organized Gertrude Jackson white. Other
PERSONAL KNOVVLEDGI
censes were Issued to colored 11'1 .
WILL BEGIN BUSINESS, SOON ple.
Deputy Sheriff */. M. Huron of Personal knowledge is the winning factor in the culminating contests of

Th. Capital Stock Will Bs $25OOO, and coma was in the city yesterday.' He this competitive age and when of ample character it places its fortunate
came for a negro who had been ar possessor in the front rank ofThe
its Stockholders) Are Among Some 1'
b
rested here upon his instruction for : Well Informed of the World.
th Leading Men of Alachua and offense hear Ml I .
some alleged canopy A vast fund of personal knowledge is reaDy essential to the achievement of thehighest
,0&n.svllle--ltl.ctlon of Officers. and took the prisoner ,back to Mica
excellence in any field of human effort.A ,
kAlachvui la to,have a new bank, to nopy.
and Knowledge
Knowledge of Form, Knowledge of Function
,ie'lcoown as of Products are all of the utmost value and in questions of life and health
'otAlachua. This la another evidence city Tuesday. Mr. Parrish.* who is when a true and wholesome& remedy is desired k should be remembered that Syrup l.. tI
prosperity of the people of that suffering from a cancer, has just returned -
of f'and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., is an
re town, which is one of the from Tampa, where he went
r ethical; product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and
for medical relief but the visit seemed
,
ln the State In proportion to
gives universal satisfaction because it is a remedy of .
'
,Uon.c to be of no avail, as he received lit- '
Known Quality Known Excellence and Known Component
1tia tle encouragement. ,
; bank was organized Tuesday at
Part and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Wel Informed of the
to by the election of lA*. J. C. I Roscoe Baird haa returned to thin' )
world who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the first
Sop prealdent 'r. W. Shands and city, after an absence of several a t'
and best of family laxatives for which unreasonable claims are made.
:.A* Williams' vice-presidents, and months in Ontario province Can no extravagant or
"W, ]) cCuH, formerly cashier of ada. Mr. Baird, who Is an admirer This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known /jr,1
c.: Bank of High Springs cashier. of horses, brought with him a fine under the name of-Syrup of Figs-and has attained to worldwide t

_ directors of this new Institution race horse and expects to enjoy some acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As its pure ,
1: be Dr J. C. Dlshop. C. A. W1IJ! sport the coming winter. laxative principles,obtained from Senna are well known to physiciansand
the Well Informed of the world to be the best we have /
a, J. W. Robert, S. 3 Ellis Jo: 10: Charles Lynch who has been
re-
adopted the more elaborate of-Syrup of Figs and
II and O. W. McCall of Alachua Hiding In Savannah for the name
.' past year
4' Wm. R. Steckert. T. W. Shandn has accepted position with Elixir of Senna-as more fully descriptive of the remedy ,
Chas. A. Faircloth of Gainesville wholesale a packing house a prominent and but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter

't'T e new bank will begin with a will make his headquarters In Gaines name of-Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial 11

,pf\al of 925.000, and already haM an ville. Our people extend him and hiM effects always note when purchasing the full
h
ce of a very liberal fMttronuge. estimable wife a hearty welcome. name of the Company California Fig Syrup &v
&
stockholders are numbered among Co.-printed on the front of every package t
': William Goose mid family who whether call for-Syrup of Figs
best and moat conservative men you
have been residing at 112 West Main '
'','lAJachua i and Gainesville and ucIm -or by the IuD name-Syrup of \
,
assured at the beginning. street N. for the past few months 1, Figs and Elixir of Senna.
have moved to the cottage 404 North ,
/iTbls will give Alachua two banks
'... Pleasant street. It Is understood that
!Bank of Alachua already being JIcLwoRrnARoiP1
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Andrews will occupy -
_ :Waned and ertJoylnK a fine busl-
., the house vacated by Mr. Goore.
and family.To .
iTlM! new bank will begin businessit
November 15. Stocic Iluyers-Just arrived, car
load of fine homes and mules, which
will be placed on the market at onon.
OF CITY AND
Every animal guaranteed In best
COUNTY CONDENSED health, strong and competent. This
Is a lot among the finest ever broughtto SAN FRANCISCO. CAL..

;8h.rlft L. W. Fennell and family this section, personally selected.W. LOUISVILLE KY. LONooNcNotlND NEWYORK.N.Y.JTexas
have been residing at 709 Kant R. Thomas & Cn. .

i street; N: for the pant two years. J. K. Tuten. a prominent merchant

.ft. moved Into their own home on of Archer wall transacting business !! a
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;;faame street. in this city yesterday Mr. Tuten

Carpenters' Union, which haalocated reports nn abundance' of rain In his
I In the Hayinans block fort section recently, which has had a

t year or more., have securedter.'ia tendency to Injure the cotton crop
,. the Jeffords building materially, an the Fields were white

_t irt.fD.; ,aln street 8. I with the budding staple. with no pguosoF: Seed Oats South Ga. Seed Rye

", Benson and son. George, of means of harvesting the output as I
Alta. W. Va.. were In the city I labor in the cotton fields Is very ..

1'stew hours yesterday. They were scarce.
";ftNt.e ,to Anthony. +,wjier they wills I I>r. I.ucretla Hobb expects to return I
their future home. today after an absence of several
weeks during which time she has Florida Seed Rye Dwarf Essex
l.;Hv Don has received. a new been In attendance upon lectures: and Rape
French Itur grist mill, and In
clinics In Chicago and Denver, also
prepared to grind meal cracked
visiting hospitals In these cities. A
and oats every day In the week.
wtW'k was spent at the Battle Creek
bUo patronage solicited.

--Misa Jessie Evans has returned Sanitarium Introduction which to Institution the Gainesvillepeople. needsno Bermuda Onion Setts

New York and Connecticut, Nei'dleHs to say l>r. Hobb's J
her month's vacation
she spent friends and patrons will extend hera
t delightfully Her friends extend cordial welcome.Death, ,
'. hearty welcome tome

.:A., "Wenske Is prepared to ilo nil of Young Lady.

la. of contracting and carpenter ':\luy. the 1...>..arold ilaiiichttT of Mr I .
Upholstering' etc. Hutl fui'Moil and -\Ir... \VV. WtM-kx. dltil at the .
Bleed, and outl! glvoii when" re- EVANS SEED CO.
home of her |uir< ntM In Judsott >,'.....r.
.
1102 Alactuia avenuN.and
dRY morning, after a rlof l lllnIh'ct'iiHfd >s<:
Stella: Slmmior. children\ WUH a )oiiix IHI!) of af

,+William., Shannon, have "gone' lit '('II"nnhdlttl.ltlun, unit u.m lined Gainesville Florida.
e, where they. will attend l Mctiool 1 It) a larK circle of frU-nilt. who Mill ,
term. Th %y nr- ..toi>i'ltiK Mllh learn of her death "ith .1.l -.'i.< rKr.>t '
'.. 4nd Mrs. UV Small at llaKiifIr. The funeral will to> hold 'nol\)'. the Postofrice! Block Long Distance Phone 12 1 K<

and Mr*. Coldman. nfti-r ..4>v lnt.-rtixMit being H| Pino Grove coiu.-
weeks spent In this ells, lun.- r.- trv .

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F THE ORPHANAGE SALE AT J. MANASSE'S





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;;The, first Saturday in October (which is NEXT SATURDAY we have decided to give 10 per cent of our

cash sales to the Orphanage Home at Arcadia, in compltance"lth the letter of Superintendent B: M. Bean

which appeared in The Gainesville Sun of Sept. 18, 1907, and we will be pleased to have the public co-operat

;'.EKT \ with us in this worthy cause. Our entire stock of Merchandise consisting of

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lClothing tiN N Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Skirts, ladies' Ready-to-Wear and





l Notions Will be Marked Down at the Lowest Figures.



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P"\V- )have IH'. 'n rvliuMy inforn .- ''u,,' Hf tl o '1 rtl'tl'ry tl it. f th\\ r in ;, >iin\' .- i. \\I

P: Alncluw County in this, asylum: 11'.1 l Wt' )hoj> that tin 1 J"13111ic will .uv-i t 01" try'iil _1..II.i". ': 1 J \m A South S+d Sglwrtt

1 showing in tlii. worthy cau-t. __ Yf.rIua>> H..b' :.s 'I' IflANAOOt Gainesville, flonda

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-t ? THE GAINESVILLE SUJC: OCTOBER 3. 1907

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r- GAI"'ESVILLEifIll' SUBVERTING... THE CONSTITUTION. J QUESTIONS ANSWERED -The -- i| NOTICE-SHERIFF'S- - = -s .'

Story ora SftMlIrInrIt : \ I SALE

i un In his recent speech at Jamestown I na --f.olden& M. i : m The SC Augustine "I. r.t.r > and' by virtue of a certain .
t \ c-i"> of its tmv..I.i.swsant .. executlon
Judge Parker
performed a great; public In .1 letter asking for .. 4iule, ltd Valu.li_ incredleiroot. l..s..u. issued out of the Circuit Court
December 31. 1902. at CainesFU service by analyzing the fundamental heal of Altcbua (uiity. Florida. upon a
>7D I''f'd' matter.IID'f copof The Meteor a would b.- ...-t- certain
,.Ult". .. as second-class policy of the Roosevelt regime; tier r Nearly forty year ac. I)r. Pierre discovered ju.lfnneiU recorded l on page f
of March 3. asks these questionV does I.: > of Judgment lUnik '
Congress 0.
Art of lie quoted from thetext of the Presi" I that be could, by the ux of pure, recordssit
if9 dent's Florida stand nto*>t In need of and ,I triple-refined glycerine aided by a certain aid "- urt. wherein" to:. ."sitter Chit L

HarrIsburg speech the words: what would tM.a the best 1.rOf'e'.r.: f.trR'e c"cre* of constantly maintained) ty and Arthur It Chittv. aw 'ultftrt

= Monday and Thursday "We need through; executive action. j a nw *" brat aiid with tb> aid of apparatus and tiers tinder the firm name laud style of
;:; Every corner t:.
,lnea Florida. through legislative action and through appliances designed for that purpose, extract C i'hitt A. Son. are plaintiffs
at Gainesville judicial Interpretation" I' answered" a similar 'iu.*i>tt"t. f"> from our most valuable native medicinal and J K Feaster i I. defendant and
and
==- - construction this in The Datll Pepper. .MOUI. t. n roots their curative properties directed to all tutu singular the

= M'CREARII Editor aDd M'ger. of law, to Increase the power of I >'E'ar.110.; and the answer given: thenseems much better than t>y the use of alcohol, sheriffs of the State of Florida 1,. L.V ..
.
M the Federal Government." If we" fait I IIU lrrnerally] employed So the now world-. \ Fennell. an IIh'rln'uf Alachua.
=- - as apropos to us toda\ a.. it r.m.dUotdpo county. Florida. hate I lobed
: thus to increase It we show our Im dlea.Discovery, for UI'OIand
Term of Subscription did at that time, and w*> commend it the cure of weak .W da b. ladi 'eetion. or will sell bvfole the court house doorat

The Ty !cf"'oa.\VH" >k Sun $1 a year" ; potence. JudgeParker's principal I to the questioner as follow II' I, dv
month! 50c.; single copies. 5c. objection to this revolutionary not to If a commission klnUred& d Q4w A *n>, ssad, as legal hours of sal t.. on :Monday, the

11.1 Rate: eaT treasonable policy was In sub I composed of -ucere > It ever sin** has .. *rttooi a partkt.of 4th dAY of November .V |&I i:ltI.. the
Advertising alcohol iVi .
practical men were apl'uh'h'tl /Its mal .p.
same being a legal I sale .
stance that it Is a brazen A IsnceValMkeJuV fist .1ato the
ad\.rtl emf"nts." 15 cents a unequivocal to investigate ( of Its Ingredient
Local thegr..atcott nd if highest and bent bidder
thtrefor.
for '
printed JTti" tlT bottl.
and 10 cents for each proposal to substitute for the -wrapper
J2De for th e first constitution Florida and to outline a I'U 11<,\ fornewcomers will show that It U MMB frosn the ssost cash the following; dencrlbeil property,
addltJ.nal t Inst'rtlon. a government by commissions valuable dlcloal roaovound wine situated lying: and being mlnchua
to tht-v
for pursue would
Ilplay advf'rtlsemenu three. that In the end. through successive la our America font county Florida' tow it ; '
and twelve" months at special rates. report" about as follows Firm the East half of northwest
.I.! expansions of the commerceclause Lnten u-Irh.r and] ,
pr'f"! furnished upon appUcatlo.ura up-liulldlug of a system of good mail* the northwest quarter of the northwest y

:e and Death notice of the constitution might cover j This to be done as nearly! a.* fxtiylblewith quarter section ;JJ. township 11 i

frf'f' Obituaries. S cents a line. almost every incident of productive the material at hand. Commenting south of rang twenty ltit t ..,i,,t r,

and creative energy Not by a constitutional The said property having: teen lev-
Our Clubbing' List. ': at the county seat and branchIng o sea one led UJHMI us the property of Hld de
amendment but
Sun and the Thrice-a-Week through out in several direction and ex been compiled by Dr. It. V. Pierre, c* fendant J K Feaster, and to be assist
The the concerted" action of the Buffalo. )ii. l'. and will in mailedrw
executive tending / to
. . .$1.65 to satisfy. >al4| >
'iV. T ) one year. to the lines of adjoining coon any one akin i "lot ('UtI"1alul -OHtitU
ando Atlanta (Ga.) the legislative' and the judicial des same by postal card, or W.
Tilt Sun The ties. a continuous system of roads letter addressed to the thx-tor as above. F'FN:\F:1.1..
Weekly Constitution one year. 1.75 partments of the Federal Go1"'f"rnmenl.That From these endorwment*, copied from I Sheriff of Alaohurt County. FUT
Atlanta (Oa.) could be built from one end of the standard medical<< It KM.IS:
TIlt Sun and The It was. In other books nf all the different JH. Attornf >r
rtnl.Weekly Journal one year 1.50Tee swords. a proposal I' State to the other. On the ||*htfeaiulv : _schools of "".('11.-.. It will h* found Plaintiff
to changee..ntlalty the 0 that me -
form ID
rv.Ilenlact.unNeungIii. uoiaen -
Sun and The SemI-Weekly lauds, after all surface root .
Medical I l>
Times.Union one year . n. . 1.50Wt' of government In these United States" ,' have been removed pine straw from for the cure oov of the rr above are advised mentioned notonly NOTICE-MASTER'S SALE.

by the creation" of commissions dlM-AAr. but also Notice l I. ht.retiv
empowered f the adjacent forests could be plated. for the cure of all catarrhal. given that under
.- will not accept" stamps of to deal judicially with special bronchial and throat affections and by virtue of it certain final decn*. .
.
In ahllt..ua'eTht'n r.rendered
cm the rialwoods accnmpalned with ratarrhal dllOC"harcboa..n *.
denomination than 2 cents. by theIlarturable I J. T Wills.
iAtger subjects, by the ..
I ; conferring upon>> .no throat. lnirrlrig.! . or :
--low lands-the surface coil judge; of the Circuit Court of the

the same" commissions of l legislative" from each side of the road could b.* aTttion bnT-nn-couffh:! which. and if not all promptly thowa.tlns and> |I a.1<
The- steamship races are keeping functions through delegation of the" and for Alachua In
thrown ups( nnd methlng akin to rru(>erly trite are iiarlr to ttrtnlnaui county Chancerysitting.
U. ol'Jtlantle all churned up. power" committed to Congress" by the In consumption: lake& I'r PlrrreH 1H,*> In M certain (:sure for foreclosure -
turnpike would thus be made rh.->t- covery in time arxl of
r in lt
- - i .ere law uiortKaKe: wl.ervln A, W.
constitution .
and finally by committing would |I'roa blessing to man anti until you ghr It a fair teal; and it U not J' McIXmald I"l comitlulntant "ntl1.: ,. t.
It notild be just like Jerome to leave' to the executive" the unrestricted likely. to dl..t.i.>lnt. '!'(. much must not jtv 'I Jon... anti his wife l.lxzl S.
beast alike. reducing the. coat of trailIMirt.ition Junes
es l of 1 It. It w'JI' licit iff
>rm
tr* I ice trust testimony! lying around power of appoiqting and removing the and time of tranolt in consequence : mine JlC'IC'tA"l will not cur roii.'I"'I| >tl/\1) are defetidaiitM. and to me n* H|eclalI

nail! It melts awabfther >'. members of Pitch commissions; thus in ltd advanced stages.u m
- -- In practical effect" of the capacity of teanii to : It trill rur.'the afT...ctk'n. that )lead up, to such 1'4'C'lal1: a tltc'r. will sell beforei
concentrating In ] pull greater loads and more Ilukkl.1 I aulauWOUoit. tf tuXrn 4u tiiiuadvance -. i i court house door at Gainesville.

\\ he Is ever elected or not : the hands of the executive alone unlimited r toast- upon tae- ordinary-'- roau I tie<.> I II I I "Florida between the legal. hours of

Mr Taft U managing to have a good power Judge" Parker has discovered main arteries would life I ,,sale on Monday. the 4th day nf November. -
i give to trade of the
I I ttieettliKhrtt isS
USE: as a candidate the real" issue upon which the A. U. I! 01. the name being
open up new industries stimulate the u... of trying to UKtte on urbltration 1..teal Halo day. to the highest and best
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next campaign
must be and heas
--- fought producers tQ..ralllemort> of everything. {I Instead of wnrw when ,'\ I'ryi I bidder therefor for cash the hollowing

Judge Gary of the" steel trust Is presented" it with a clearness and thus add to the wealth and pros.Verity country IK Ktralning Its r..s oiircei4 to described I roxrty, "situated lying
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has wttich will command attention. j i i mul bring in Alachua
rropresMnK He got to the point j[, of the" State." build larger navies and keep county Florida,
I upstanding towltl.ot'
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cf noticing the public. -- ---- -
LOOKS LIKE STOCKTON. Stock comprising cattle and a few Mrnile-4 Th. only rhanc. Four fit Illook forty_.. (42). "

I hogs: and a quota of sheep and goat J for |I"'U re Is to |lick| the fellow Into In Hectloiwtthri(3), township eight
js'trif day they ought to hold In tsl, noutblrwilKe
proportionate| to advantages; of tbe10000aJlt tiubmUxlon that declare for wur seventeen ((17) east.
Kentucky a contention" of all the men Under the above caption The Tampa .. should be regarded as a most The "an.. to bo sold to satisfy ..alll.It'i.r. ] s
...
Tribune of last Sunday says editorial-1 Mild costsit.
who killed Governor Goebel.
valuable adjunct of the farm.
Jy: r Collection of Licenses A TIIHASIIKH
-- --- The nest. wholesome advice would SM| >cial| | :Master In Chancery A Ar
1If"" has friends t'ounty Tax Collector \V It IMckln
Contracts for five torpedo-boat without number in relate to crops, and the tiller of the 11 Kt.l.lM: lit Solicitor for Cornidilnnnt i,'
the State gf Florida has J. N. C. son and City Tax Collector II Kills .
4 have"
been
awarded.
.troyera The soil would W given to understand that
Stockton, and each and "ery one of have beets kept busy for the past tall -- -
!fcfluenoe: of the Peace Conference
the first
consideration should be .
them is enthusiastic in the wish that aa>'s collecting; occupational taxew fur NOTU'K: -.IIMtlKI. >*H MA 1.1':.
for: steadily on given to those crops needed to meet 1-; /lo.- )I. brrrh su1ee l that MMlvr sod ".
-- be enter the race for Governor in the cowing: year and issuing: r..II.t"t'ollt'C'tur . of s err lain. .irrutl..n l...i.M owl 01 the
- ---- the demand of man and *JI.t upon JIM) . c'.._, uf ._ ,
next >ear's primary election And it Kills states that he I.. eIMTlencIng Ai rl>u S ..
Everything has the place and that these could b** bent "l .rkl.. ..I">n crl.lo |iwf.iu...l l a r.vitv ofl
; not gone up In certainly looks as though: he would less trouble in rnaktigcoilectluns I .... <1ln. Ma, .f.oturliitf aa*. MAlstW. are
jrtce: Happily circus tickets water- had bv the planting' of cassava potatcres [ M....., J. U. Martin, d..'.....'.".. r.Bd.r.. W
yield to the urgent appeals reachinghim ; I I this ) ear than at soy time a ( .".ln Bvllun for f.r.ohtwr' of !(.. !. a.Mr.Miri
KrlQu and corn on the" cob are still from velvet IM"Uttl. peas, ..hufa... since he has len lit office* The I .....*B Met |*.rll... B.ld .B_Ual .
WIthin reach every direction and announce cane, and whatever of Kaffir | eo- +.Ing directed. .o .... I I. W .......11. "..... '
of the poor. himself: ready to satisfy so universal corn- pie seem to pay with' w1lnjiieiiwhich | | .. lOr Ataebus ee.u.s5P YM.,M.. ..... reeled ..... x'"
and' Indian--norghum and the various lad will mfll .t Vubllr.wl.'rr I..f_* Ute four ".-:
a' desire In Indicative of the tart thatthe has.. 4.M.r, st el.lap.ttll.. 1h'rkis. ae .
Who ordered the Fairbanks cock- garden stuff' that fancy might; suggest; > are and have rt.T lb. Iihdsy of N..iaber,, A, II Iwe, so- l'
proKperoun
.It is no
perfectly safe to predict that and with rom tapes ,... l.rf.1'-l .* ttt ..!. .., said .... .O ,1
t&11. tennis to excite the Indianapolis should he run he would completely compatabt* means to feel plaint to make i .".. highest .tw1 r*... ......., lb.r.,_. for
Methodist brethren jnore than who out for as promising profit In this e..h. the fulluwing j wrlbei I'r. P rtr. ,.i tjK
outstrip other candidate who .
every .Itu..p Irlag.nd t e.ag Is Ataeha.uonatr,
frank them Nobody denies. that the has so far declared himself. Mr. way a living would be. assured and Henry .l: Jones of 'fallll" .'1.. .'..,111.. au." '
the I North w M( iu.rlrr tit Mauth...t n>..r *r ofMrrtlon J
President! tot his sbsi&: knowledge acquired regarding: theOf write "I I tan thank God for U. ,... ... "
Stockton is justly regarded as one of ...,.._.._... ..__...._...,._. ..M _._._. ...._.._._._....._. ._..___ ._ mv prevent _IO Towi> >li If tTt KA_ M RML
I..u. .n .. ...-.u. ..vJ.. > I<1 Pto-rtv bvln be.s tossed slot .'
the brainiest, most honest and most health due to Koley'n KhlnryCure. .. tow 5sw'otti ur 11>. ..... d..N..L J. .... !

When the mechanical cotton picker capable" men" In Florida. This Is the I. fours, fruits of all kfud ludhu" 1 tried doctor and all kinds 1 I| Martin, .5.5, to M..Mt lu.all.fr Mid IYdgs.eet
ant east. lad Ih* Urn ta rt> it UIMMI Mid M.V'
fit to work it will be hard for theittn opinion not of hid Intimate friends j ) to the locality should receive favor of kidney cure, but nothing dun. me city .. la ..ft jiMl,.....' |-rn...1.dTt .
,
the farm and 1 be diversified .>. tfj : upon| and
make a living between" much gotxl till I took
the I only. It Is the general: belief throurh.; : Foley's KidneyCure I. W .' : ./.
fcin (ut of the watermelons and the State enlarged: upon eommenmirate with theside Four t..ottl.<% cured rte and 1 I I I Shrrl A.rb..Cu; ..nir, ."1orM R
out Ills popularity is not 1' It ri: .l.l''', JM .".1."" Alt..,...yNf
't. me in of the black berries. based on any peculiar animal magne- | of the 'lCM'k..tt..k and the safetyof have IKI ni.,ri< Jams In my back andnhouMer c

the investment an having town >TH'K. mil I'flllJCATION
I >;
sot
anti old and
-- :: 1 tlsm. on any of the> superficial charmsof year *'
I r..rul lime..5 IJ.lm-..lll n..
"f demonstrated by fruit Ir""r": In the I *
:r an should be pleased to seen personality that often win admirers fered 1 IOIIK. but .. vicinity 1 1 ; ..> horrbvitrvon .. .... ....._ '
'r.ttlc party lilting up andk of social entertainment j I Cure I an: well HIM! ran walk. I Ni>tl o M "I. t Ik .t,
on rare
' powers I I. of Ikmvi. "t.wtd.. *.. m" oofl ,'
- 2 'flow of Presidential poal- or gracious honhomtni but In To recapitulate. gewsl road throughout aid rijov mv-iieif It !I. a ileAmire"' to a.a.-. nf *>1. iBtrntlo lit n. +.1 l s*..**r
:. the Stair, Mini the pursuing of a I oriiinend It to t tau..' needing .. kidmy I.tt>ttt In Mti.|.w I tif ... ...I..U ..._t...
. .t'"lally! as choice In thee the result of an understanding; by the I 1'.stn: Nn .Ifr .004. Y.breStr ... -. V
'.tt, dlv*'rvlfleil. Intenpive .) Mem of farm liMdlclne JV. Mrt'olliilu Ar r a. | Mr tU.a t tummtttu I
certain to settle oirwinds iw*ople of the true worth of the man I I iu S.. 'K..* 1Y. .:.! Ilict old Nt.d vlU
Iflg, w',ild. we" HIve.. ..co.." ring .. .. .. . _. ..
and his great fitness to fill the eeciltive J ManaiiiM* tear an a'J\'tI.u..t i I. n M| tM ti> > lt t t r sod lt l rk
Si ii.Ine.tln. n. -/.amiss t. I.".
-- Into demand ever tillable acre fot
-- chair ; In thus' l .u". Iri which tin stales that j jon ... ..._. the /n.I/.e ."..._ H' IesNo ,
land arid In srms...plrure, add wealth a N e/M.......... La4e ne. .1..s .... ...I"r.Uea
of November apd The" Tribune i* free to confess thatIt n..t Satiiriiuir h- will give a of the 1..1/ 0' q ,
and pros M'rlty to the, Mtate at l..,r io 54 J N." J T l.un..t J II M.rUa.
-t u '
i chill >
the
KTAIKI feast ,
in has of In elot'
Ii
summer a great admiration for the : iMtrKMlnn Ins ... ..... .
I' M.tlt..w .t' I .1.l 1 *
aye The Baltimore subject of our remarks and fully _==:_ r _. dry fcixMlit. vfiiMi. hot. .Mklrt, IAd/r./ ,.1 lit Nlt1 H f III. nil M......r.

bly not Hot Am..n'l realizes I : with the multitude. that If WAR VERSUS PEACE. ready tw ...r K.MMH. tiotloii t-tr aid.1I .

. d February will elected Mr Stockton would" make a 1 j I will" glue ten p*.r rent of that .1.l lMe TLri1NACci4PmoN

"u Governor who would give impartial 'I The AtneriraliUi..." at the Hague to the Or|>han Ke: Horn( in Ai

----- and complete attention to all affair for a permanent 'onrt of arbitration I j I ('.:.ell.l. There are nine thildren fu ...

r on county vote. to proof of State and would do honor to the fMlU by the vote of '.. to tf. 1rtiscrd ''this cotinty /In the Ot.&llftV"t < ll 1>.n,.

... lI'luor-end Old Madoubtvdlv exalted office and (ieruxtny ..t1I..r against the ..1..1Ir \ta'"....e s rier'Hilty N .. io f ,

'. follow suit to ---- .---- - -- t,ropo> ltloi. A e.rl'pruntlst'. or rnakehlft tAIIII" to Iff apprer i.t. "
1' .If hu a county will hare no Frank H Katzenbach of Trenton N" '.1'100..1 b> KnjEUbd: that the : t.. help a fifxl < "ii-.- salt until tt.&" 0 cuAC

wet territory as Clay J.. who as mayor reformed that city various vertitiientji should c..*.l'lr sale no AAI| viM-rtd your money with I uu. '.tith law R r

whom the Dt-nux-rats the matter | bow test to o*.'r .ni U'I'"U' P.MI
ertalnly: vute dry on the and of New situ )Jr. M and ta..IJ l both y.

<><.toberi Jersey haw nominated for Governor, come the dlrncilltlthat had baffled l and the. Orlhan.lge. .I ..Mee p. . ... ,

is forty years old and has served the PeacConf,,' a wan carried i hrIt ritasN it .or a sloe C assess'... iv. 1
I
:} i I.d Franklin counties .. two terms as mayor of TrentonThe. lit Z. Ho the Part Cofifrrencc h.. In frost CMMMI r-ttnxjmptlori results

wet r* Democrats hope tn curry New Jry beet a failure" ati ..-ryon" with a IT'an a n.-alrt; <.J "r lni|"r.n,*'rly tr.mted ...y4.. ., IM O M1 tr .
t prohibition by about this year grain of _u.. knewit would l_ In cold Kolry llor>t-y and Tar cures ACKERMAN& STEWART."I

the mo t obstinate rough and r>r.
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and the later; by 21. The .y
ventsrW u. result It o ..tn you
t. .
worked zealously for .
no more than the unknown fr..|.rations

but the liquor clement From Grower to Planter DirectS and yu .......1.1 Insist' UJ..TI h**
TK for th"m. i
tng the r*.f.oln In th. >..-ll/ ,. | fc k

are JV Mr('ullt.." it f'/IJ
pat. of Oklahoma HJmttf{ ) ,t' Ir
are /: A Fin" nf GLR PRices ov /
," log o,*r the result of S rat:CA'rifs sr/;'en r/r.&t .' t, t WI. A rotitrart ''''' <-rrTit.r trsnietiUtl -

".... In that great now fiats t"y Refugee hears. .rr f. i i I. t j jthr ti mail .* to fcr let In for 'A'

.. .. ........ !. : t .
a glorious: victory for Of) 1 1.11 i f f fofi aid the ra..1 pr.ewts are '

.v. neat addition to lhe Late ffffi/e** (Of IOCO I ft 1"J r-: ;.. ......... IhruwfaruUt: : t. 'f.r . i r hog t..r Iin.r. I'. Pt,. .ff145. to t. k

-e National) Uemneratk'" Er1tet Itnft i"M i s As ....b tale r .. \"..'- Yet ..s.rra. 1tifr

...- Oklahoma I 19 ...r...... tt'r.,. .. . 1..1 1 r. .. f. . k. ), "

Carrte'm kur-prunl tax Ik.... xr1 o' I. .. .. .. .. t:;
1a
n that ,
.. S t 00 r..r ..__ rua.. : .. a .....: n y.fJlr]! \f I :
o dews and Courier; U".n/.U. Aid,., tear tJ arse Die xa ( \
j .
. ,... ........
.
.Id> fc-. very ranch like ltrodersee'e Cbmrlt+lna "'...11.14 as s.. .; wM .... ( fCllblMp .1'fJ'"

aid a new art&. Ifwere ; 1* c.o r +h SAL i .4r UA.., r f. JIIq IstM_tlrNl rw-t Nees fJtA

') |>lar 4 In the I Non .r.nn.s ftrsl.oldllPea. AtrKI T I.t1't't'. It I- ON.NER JVW.0 I IN lt+oaJALitaC.4vI

W.l| ye*' Therean t yb.rs..eC.le.5 fi IYr 'r .. ets 5.5 ....... 4"'r. f''r.. tail
r.e" r I. swvr a&
end of this ev '&
\ 0 I L L LL f a At14
: s _4 Jab. about u. i7 "L
Peter Henderson & Co.
;c.M'cI... and deent twann .r'I' .. V-*. ..soRES.Bu BcTTUs S J .;tyt


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THE GAINESVILLE S1IJJ: 09POBER( :1 i, 1907) ;




r AHOMA ent laneuages. She could easily become -1J
:
:
: ELECTION J
FURIOUS ITCHING a teacher of languages. The

: 1rat' King of England la said to be one of A

1PLEASESDEMOCRIJS the beat Judge of wines and cigars 4&s

In the world. lie could grow rich ai!

HUMOR ON CHILDBleeding an expert dealer In these luguries.

toliticians Urge President Not To The Queen of Portugal has a medical I II I

AI: I degree and could easily make her I SNOW
: Admit State in Union. II
.
way as a doctor. The German Emperor -
i".t Sores Covered Her Whole
could make a good living as a I
'; of Measles
Attack
,:. HE PRESIDENT AFTER BEARS Body-After an poet a musician an artist a shipbuilder -

-f Nursed> Every Night for Three a lottery manufacturer a

After a Speech-making Tour He Will Weeks Nothing Helped Her. horse dealer an actor a bookbinder

'.. a clergyman a tailor a sculptor, a
invade the Cane-brake of Mississippi
barber a farmer or a dentist.

t -N way Letter From the National THEN CUTICURA MAKES A Sure Cure forRbeumaU.m.cSPraIna.. Wounds \O.tJ..

.f: Capital. COMPLETE CURE IN 5 DAYS"It Another year may bring us to seethe Lam., .. Stiff
Galls. Bruises Contracted Muscles Back.: Joey
c8p cla4 Correspondence The t>*lli SunWashington. light that never was 011 land or
I Frosted Feet Bum. Scalds eta

$: D. C., Oct. 1.-The re- ia In my opinion my duty to Join sea. The uncertainties of life hasten AN ANTISEPTIC'' that topa Irritation subdues 1 rift:Animation

inalt.'' of the Oklahoma election and those who praise the Cutlcura Iternedi ua into the great unknown. Why not and drives out Pain.

_. After my granddaughter of about PENETRATED: the Pores loosens the Fibrous
\:j \jloriouB; Democratic victory is of make it our business, then to enrich Tissue.,
even years had promotes a free elrculation of the Blood giving the M K1.
.
,1ta11.m nie importance to the Democra- been cured of the the world A flower a kind word aatural elaat1clt,.

'417'' of the United States. Indeed it measles she was a hearty greeting-how small they'
attacked about a BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH
;Tli7; Change the result of the next fortnight later by I seem. And yet these are the little I ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED

lJMionai election. No wonder the a furious itching streams that swell the great river of

bUcan politicians are urging/: L and tion painful all over erup-her I I life. And at last they shall come to CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISMMrs.

',. dent Roosevelt to refuse to issue body especially the great open sea with their rich
the
.. proclamation admitting the State i it upper forming part of cargoes of affection and beauty. The E. A. Simpson 500 Craig St.. Kaoxrille.

.the technical ground that the conation watery and bleeding great painting enraptures ua-we try Tenn.. writes: ** 1 have bees trying the baths of
Hot Springs. Ark., for sciatic rheumatism bat I
soma eta I
does to discover of the artist's drEam.'e
as adopted not provide clally under the act more relief from Bollard's Snow Z4nlmcnt

:::Republican form of government arms of considerable size Hhe suffered: overlook the little touches here, the than any medicine or anything I haw ever tried

it machine politicians are selfish 'great: deal and for threw weeks wenurned delicate shadings there-the lights lacloseu find posto ice order for $1.00. Send ana
her every night using sit the : "
yd often shortsighted, and If the remedies we could think of. Nothing and shadows that b ought It to Its large bottle by Southern Express.

Bident should refuse to allow Ok would help. We then n"m.-mt.red perfection. So It is in life. You will THREE SIZES : 25r. SOc AND $1.00
having heard so much about
Cuticura
khoma to be admitted lie would the climax If BE SURE YOU GET TUB GENUINE
.. tomedie.. Wo sent for them and after never see grand: per

lae An Issue that would overshadow twenty-four hours we noted considerable chance you overlook these more Ballard Snow Liniment
Co.ST.
improvement and after
;erbaps all other Issues, namely thief complete set ,of the Cuticura lining llernediea only one, minute details of life. .
.umK u. s. A.
fl&bt the people to govern them- in five consecutive. days the little one, I ..

selves without Interference from UIPfederal and much has to our been joy.well had for t-n..ntln-lycuN'd.a long time. Mm. "They lIay "-that phrase has blasted r

: Government or the partisan F. Jtuefenaoht. it. )'. D. 3. Bakersfield more character r and \* re('ked more

" llllchemdng of Interested politicians.'O Cal.. June 25 and July :2U, 1WOO." homes than any other III the language.Call .

" . . .
+/ oppose the admittance of Uklaltunb a halt on the lecherous peddler TOLD AND RKCOMMKNDKD BY

., because the Democrats hate HUMOR ON FACE who comes at you with his wares '7\T_ :M L JOHNSON

Carried tbe election would he viewed "They lIuy." level your gun at his

a partisan effort, mid enough Cured by Cuticura RemediesNo cowardly ht'art-lirt. point blank. Put: I - - ---

era in the close :and doubtful Return in 20 Years. 'it fctralKht-"Who says! ::.' It bit the' l LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.I NOl'ICK.; OK AITMCA'I .

.tea would vhow tliHr. dlMpIe.istm! "Mv: son when a Ind of sixteen was 4 pot. You ..:tu't afford to mls The. 'I HKK1I.. UNIIKR'; .'SUTHiN4u .

..Qvt"t'wh4 flit paity; that ate tr. ultl.Hi with humor .>n his haw: nod person who circulates u ",.('initial or i 1..0V 0. MXIK1INotloe -
after tiding Cuticura lt-fri.-. was I : Or \l"t'l.1"A'I'IOS HW TAX 1-j hereby >rv. n i'purihwror
hinpted It. The quo| 'stun! r:It **.:I 'TIOV H OK I.II. .AflKrt. 'r"* (Vi tilU it.

to II. .. ' 4 >*. [..\ \Vs nl (tb Int.-rft'rf'II.tt.'n' !homo affairs ban so .pnverit tiin tatter d her.) Is a vampire/ 1 In'v tiiick lifeblood Fl.l'YUIJ\! .- In Guy ortl.-ff. ,,1
ilion
been Injected Into line campaign I twenty years how( hnvo iMn pniMiNl..... four Cull- I offer lilt ui,.vl llIg>" fur gathering I N.tta.e, ,tLe..ens'. a.aa .... th..l .i. II. ....11': eAt \ fur tux drill to 1 .-ate In
.
.1 I ire
turn Hoop family 1'.r..I..r "t Ta" a'e .!.. .I.A SO . ttute.lcerumate III.Oilid: eertlfi.-ute .
;,Cleveland by the Utter of Pn''JRoosen..lt f..r wvernl rPnrt and I Lave faith M the. here u recent inlitorial iM,rct.- h.. .tb..r. 01..1'. .\ I. Ials Loh sled/ said luwlof, drsrtlhral 1'.OI'"rl.ural \ .
("uli t.uru Joriie.< |i...4. A. II. Mouth' 11. ii, <.m.... ,.i ii. I aii mle u|1.1.'.n...- .... \". "Florida tiiwlt
t; to Mr: llurton udvUliiKto Murion. Mt, J*,'<.'. 1 I '.".j." don In Tho 'ort.u.th Telegr.tut.II I ".) for tux iter >i 'o .....a In ...'oonlunoe a tab *a '* of Sw'. Sir .;, 'I I 1"1', .
; to run ngalnKt Tom Jidinsoii, f< .r .. wish! It night t>o .viltttn on everyheart .\\". !'\;it.l .-.-i l.t lo'iteu.I., i.tthe '01..100.rll..1 /' 'I 11.1' ...I ltj lilli.l |..-lin;. ii.,....
1lrmnt.'s 1'.rnnt .nA tntrrn 1 Tr rmOr I". *. > ,
< | I ti'M l i 'T't iHdin Aartaa i-uuu 'tic la.lunre or 'Uf'b' ctrto .'
yor of that city on l paitlnanrands lart: a II..tnr.r..f intnkl5. . h'kin n. .11..1 1ona ..M I with an iron i>,-n. It deil.trcs '' r, ."'ta1aa.! tow 1 It ( .Unknown

but the llcpuhllcatiH n.t'1.Yna'nr..n"tnn+ :;.f 5.trnr.,.r l..lk' a1a. :-1\;:; \.a.. .e',.n,,.,; ti. '::., ';' ,:::: that no combination or words In tI'"- F'of w t''. e.' :Is. To H 1 IL .5 Wt ..ir -.. t.in., ...s stall oettlUfite -
,
appearbe Barn Ii.H..ivrtit c..t.. t. nn tti. r..rin i.I < t. "<" .ite I 're.aatl lurut. b> tar iwwe-Aeil at tl,'- date of HOI onllnif to liim tu. neertor \
already sick of hat issue, nod 4'<.,:ii ,I I in., /:%..' 's f M.I, ?root t,. | infII ,' III'.>|. | laiiKimK' has ( aiue | more trouble tlx *....'H.'..... or "tel .ertllto.tie In the name the 'ih (lay of 1'oUther.Wune .
4 Muhl tlir.iurit.ut.. 01.Mi.rui l-irtt.r I Iran .h liniji. of l I'nkn w n > +< any oflfh-l. ..l nun.>
3-<'*.nt faro on htreet lalliSiadn: !...kit.ton.!,. )t oar.rtklii. lluuiura I pain and ->nrrov than the iihr.isIThev ., Unl.ssac' ) i-erIV<**"> "ri..11 lie red.eu,.,' aconl.rlrf "'. tar i tli day of Sei-ttoiber. .a
to I:m t.>4 tlretl .*ll'! li>,,,ii<> Ihvreon tinHltiesj. ..
111 predominate. '. It .hits In th- dark It .
sa\ ,h. 'hL .1".1 (). Sfer.': A. II I Italy,. Hi 1 lerk 4'Irruttfourl
resident noo"tv..1t. nfttr over. 'I.. unoiiyinoiiH.; It lian no |ier",,nallty. in}' ciffti.li >.oaa I jrf .rwi tem ,>utI
JI&0.,4'.It drlegah's;:; wl|( mine home I the i"th tl.." of *-ei"lertit er A l>. r.2
r.ee mop 11m' \acatlon. 1 is off on his It canont Buffer from pray r.*a(.tioti :-. it Vk IIN'SI..J NOT": Uh Afl'LlCVI .'
w1lh tau lalirclN anal the HUl.Jf't IH I I';e tc.'I. ....Court ..
eech-making tour. and it tilp'dowule / 'tame It In totally Irresponalble. ) Tli> phra1. tlacbua'p.I' DRPli NOril Slat"1'Inlaws ::N
in
.1 that udiiiliilMtiatiuii lire I
.
Mlssiiiglppl rUr ThlnX IH to I fought to be put under the b-.ui It t s LAv. O K l'.UKt0'NtttupHh
-I.-s.! NII'TI. 01- AI'1'L.ll1IOV/ FliK' TAX ,
9l.owfit by a b.nr hunt cff neaten i this \\ aYon speak to -.rti.*.iiie of I "rebnlven tl.qn I
.t -- |H "II t':NI; I II U .t.-rh"N H or t:H tI-rL'lt': .oU"'r i.f Tax n'-

days in the swamps" of 1I"hu.II"", l l| : II ruutiiil arqualntniifo Tht>re !lit a I 1-. A tt, S 'I'Lera i" a Kentr.il: regret hare fcutal, i-ertllU-iite In toy ofllcpI a ai
'b.; which to u softtutu K.uman lima: of that HlioMltK-r. or a lifting I Notl.-e.; In I ha-act.. 'h..11 tout'aV. S Or..a't-. I I I."in-uilon, for tax; .fleet! to Kwithiiu .
Ulllulli( )" Mun'iatM that tanrivalry I"jri-! of <*ran i ."tti..- a '. *. .
I att'u aid i-rrtlHeate
ould be inure feared at this time of i inf the tI.Irow. And tar lortnt ofI : i'I;: :
u net d.a.d .y tt'ui rr. A it lak] iota ,It 1'I.-H..rll>e.l iironert -
o than all other dangers fure i fur the H'IIII'rnt nomination for I flu.olro.. with' that prt'fAfo 'They tsa" lll.il ....l.l .<...rtlrtfute Ita mv on'and ountt. .tlorlili. tower
Yf'ar. I{ lw*> tiu.i.r 111 aloe roar tux tlntl .. ,. .
I'lepident ttionlil loHiilt in wUlotilnxl t" i sue In ofw'i :-0. :41$ ni -
cane-brakes fret breeders '." K\tit when the | f.iiln, to I Mttvritatiie with .. ,. ... .
nl'l' nu\ gossip| luwoml: trrtil-.in* mtir i rii > sold lund l>>-in.' UHKI -
I tie l inch In the ranks, or d ish.'trteuing a ".eit tin fi> lowlnt.le...-rit.eil |>r')i'<'11)' kit.iu the lit-iiiioive of such certlBon" ,
,
i'.fever tint l aguo from which. let UH cite hi.< authority ho ham put ;ui \11 "-.l In Al.n-liuu f.iuriitlorMu towlt' Sera \| r. Thoru.

ope the prmerblal luck of the lreilrnt l. 1"1)' faction who Ht,. tit to pui-h: : siiKK'.", tloii Into uur Blind r...."p. ..rtliiK ,, .l..it *.... Nal-trrltatat. lit I.-a.: Ii in i-:-axt.hr t'nirsr s..uierttrlf.it.- ..hn.. .
fl14' c.tndldttcy of allY fa\orlte. It IH 1 I .1011..1' rise .wfHsetl ut tar .1.tte ofthe t'orltn" to litw. tax iletd will
will nllow! him to em-:ipe. 't lit' perxtin lu "'I'" nk" of. u ugRe. 'f lf.imr.on or oiioni.rtlf'v-itte! In the name thetl, it.CV of O'totM-r. A H
rUIIIIe'11 that to win all I U M.. Hi unit ,
\Vltrew
f. practically; I..r lilY ont.-lal "'Iln" '
tlon it In ImpoMMllilo", to bo rid of.Iliipnnalou 1'h4' lilt."slat ..ertltiPate .hvll ter
teclreutrd tie :XIti U.iy of S >-uftier. v
|
t'There: In a ri-c-nnN-sct'iu of frnuded J t'I1UHTiHt4 iniift unite mi tar ticket Ktu) t*. The susplciunI f j, ennlliitr to luw tax tlf-ett will! twos tlirreciq 1.//I -. II
th.tt-w111 I'e 1",1"(1. and the united tlie 7th tl,,\ of I..t..t"r. A. It. |'"7 I IllneoHioromilul tat l Clerk Cirrus Court v
graftliiK. for boitldos tho ()i04:011 I I lurk A (:rent wrong/: Is done '"1'hov j ji I \\' : Mifn.Mure Ht.t seal l this! I -
wlddiini" of tht loMnteri. s from all .' ihetMhtlnv or .t ptrnter A II IU.IT r
d Idaho scandal for which United i stty Wlu the siiKKeotioti l I. droi i H. tv1LNGF ,
I : NOTIC' K: OK AIMMOTli Nj
Slates will be greater than the 11..1
tea 8enntcir llorah Is now cm trial judgment 1; peat lute '...,Ker ,'nr.. the aasatiMlnatlotiI I Clark t"lr..uU Court .11.aehuta 1'a Ylu.YcTICF I j Pr-KIl tNpFt4ETIN: ,
of IlIcll\'llIu..I". who
er land frauds aro reported In NowUxlco art apt to I of character in ht'KIIII warn there I I.. : i 4 *-.. IA\VS OK FLOKIII.
lio liv their I : OK AI I'I.I('ATIOS
warped' frlf'IHhthll' for KOIl T\\
In which tau Into Hcpuhll- a willing mouth tn give'! the III.-H...I,.;.. j 1rIKU: I I Notice h.] hereby given th t'
I : NIlKU: si: "n oIN n 01 CIIVI'IKKHHH
soul kirtlcMilar man Purehsser of Ts. x
is said to bo I Implicated.are tit other eager (.urC. What "They j jt ,.. \ I Certificate-
governor a f \ \ !4 OK 'I.OUII'A. :''1.>1. ilateit the 4thtt..rof :.t-|.tern

d reported tn cover nant acreof The declared Intention of :>irllearwt \y" miMiniietlm4'i4 l>e a true message'. ;i NtIee-ts herphy .h..n '''IIa..J I' \\" .iUln. I has flicU Maid oe.rtltloi.te II..\ .
tonal'
that he "will not run for t.urcha"vr of Ta (rrillloate No Nil. .1.1.1..Uon for tat de)
tar public land A serious +i (Hut in it u itee.'ssitry menwaKe" Will barrel 'I,-<)rttant'e with taw. sl i the tit J 1r of"I'U'.r.. I I'
A 1I.'t.! toesttle.t
idal 1-4 ale,u reported In the \\'arBpart 1'rosidctit on the Independence Leaguetlcktt. 'T'it make the world better t>r worse by 1 ..W crrtlftfate In mv nHrp. ..tot tausmale In the\li.ohnit following oouhty.dr5.'r1'rttad ,Klorl.1 I*

or cm any other ticket" and at'i>llcallua for tat deed to .i.s ir invrortlanre Nv '4 >.r Neo 2. 'r,. to.... tt1v'
men t Involving high oilUlalHComitHtloii the telling: of it It lit very l.lilulmt j with law !..uklrrtlllc.. .it" Putesces ,
tin. general 1 toiio of her stateineiitJiiHt I' nt r: of 5w4. Sen. 4, Tlrr
with appliances fur ':touch, Buffering mid I xorrow might b.* :: .1 In itf Aluchuo ftillowlmr-unlv dew Klorhla-rll.l, .roi-e-tv, nituate .. ..a. lot |. arc. in 11., I'X

punching life boats on army Irons publUh4, Is th wad hero with pre\eiited by ('ult In.c the ugly words ,, 1.'I..I..110..r1._ '*... I.evyiirant tow li t II'* the 1 I>e j.i sod.;itnce Stand of b"'n"j such cert."....1.I i.

Itathhone who satisfaction although there> IM a teal tloar out of the vocabulary And art i I H'r of I'nknown Tti Mayor site :
a. [I i j jme ltif hukl i ent bring sase** -<| at it'r of ,
log that what he Maya Is Int ndetl as. a I I lh l-u.ui ni'f of writ .-f rillloat* In toe I"n sold .ijtiaoi.te< OU.T.inline .
led nottnletv I In "-onnc thin with- .dd-It. a mail or WOU.Uwun't ,' lliiw. -"n....n. ..1.'u.t.> / to J Ba>tlee.l won .

Cuban poxtottlio frauils appears notllU-atloti atmoMt amounting to a I' rut the phrase out of their sH t-('h. j I Unltk. ..a'. <>..rLln..t.* ..h.Il tw r.-.l.-"ni,," "<.*- \\1.the".nth.. nrf ilj. Flal BFto..JirniktuiIbe .er. .\
threat that lu will no longer continue I I tonlln.r to law ta* decal ..&ilIu.. llnrron >
be mixed I up In the matter and itstated you cut them out and be quick' II i ib<> Sib flar of iVtotx-r. A II Ivii?. i ni l'>th to aftlllate with the lH' but : WIth.sg.OOelat I II .*. II W
morracy tblsl
.
kltrnaturi'
n<1 semi| '
lr lno that '
by Cnptalii > vary I I 1..1'k Circuit Court Aar
,I theotntlaf u'"I..ntb.r.. A. fJ 4''rT II IS. I II '
"""III devote myself heart stud soul : IIT M -*. i litNOTH
to Induct l'r **ldont Ho nt \'tltorder I I II 'S'' |'::--0.';( :
to the orgnnUatlon: and exteimlon of tat ClerkfrouU! Court Aiafhuu, '4. >'uMIT .
; HII in\fKtlKatlon haw fullest CASTORIAPer ,; 'I: D.' AI'IMJCAllnN

at ta this strange and cMtult Inno tht ltidependenc'* I.eagUc I I l,'-:.:'' t'MJrK: !'>.:CTIOS .
UOIIKHT MII.I.iU: Infant and Children. 1C K OK AIM'MCTION 1 1> .
that tr.nr Huthl>oiie ap 1 I I'iFI) ll T\X: I II ...... I..t Wit 0. I"LOU"\.
t'Nni-K'.KCTpia:
f o. t HAITKKI I l
to wield over his Itepublleanlasoctates The Kind You Han Always Bought :I I 4 5a5. t.A's 0. "'[.A'HIIJ.\ : Notice I U ercbr rt h..n that,
worth, purchaser of Fax Cert'dated 'l':
who bold otTlclal iMtaltlons! : NUla.- ,. "..,..to, "I..n abut .1 A. 3laait.ba: the 4th day of Hepteo .
e will probably never know until I SB ."ONeTTH Ii I lJearsthe |.urvhr of Tar ('..,.m.*Nt>> NIK tilii baa Diet natal rertlHoale In mrms.lp ,.
dated th* 4ih tlA* af ..ri'triu"rr A. ti at.rlie.. na fur tax deed tocortlkn.'e
aero I. a D 'mocratc! Congress. to Btgnirtarss tat /KUFtr /< ; 1.11to... flied .1., oertia.*ate la m. wltb law. >*.... certl'the .
oltloe. nod ha Gnosis ai'|>4l<*att.in lor ter dent ftWkowtn det-rlt i>r.*ieAla
travel ItThe t Y 1.'i ""'1"1 NlfllOLA to t aue In se...irtl&tv* with Uw X...1| rerUn. .-hu.t ..uu.,,.. hlorkl.e. townHe
',,1., I I cat I'll Dimslbt rul..._", ,, >lei>ir,r>r :FAA 0'RD ertt .ltuated In AlsrAu. count* "',uIo.I.. h. The said (sal being amiewinl I .
." the luatM f ot .ueb eerUOrateA
: Hague tlaiMt III the litnt wel 1'lbi-rt: llutitMird deelares that nn UI1" I . .
i Ixil 4 !Its I a. re > .nr Ne .ir llri..k. *> llro w i.f .
hear of luleriiallonal pence and knows what |vo Aer plant In the himMii I L.,.,... :-e.. \. Tl. 10 K *! er.rrra ni.M _kl eertllleate .bal:I .
1 beafcl Iat..l t-rtrw .w.rw.rd at Ihe dale ., eordlDrf to lsw. tax deed wl I:. "
tlon fur a long tune. and the mind tho .anal| u' tcreittnoi'oVe DR. KOUT r. HOUKItt j tlt<> .Iwuianoe or ....-I. "ertUlcate I.. the t.an..f. the Slat day of Oevor-er. A. lXVIinrM 4
of t fc..... *>nilththe lit,. ofQelal .l.inatithe -.'
\
; like to think that (treat suns hail : 1"1.- ..... a...,,11I....,. spa I.. r'dpeawpl SC.eeMlet . "Jtn day of SrrteaiNrr! I'
I great moihero. .tml that loving !' HKNTIST: to I.. tat dept weal l..\i.. U...,...... en'' !S. II t'.
rib d.t Ovl.x-rr .\ U I IJiT tat Clerk "Ireoul'"Ottr' AAiacbna .'"' _
: lienrtumlo,, ,tl their off*>prliift withtheir i! IItime. I II V\ltne, tar, omeial lvniure sod serf .Ia

taw'n rare liMturen. Hut there hate i Ottlfe in Miller Law !acAance. the rill Or of *>e-trntl>er t. II IM';
j v ii irsur:*.
IK-VII hlldrrn of the world l lho sure t.l lerk ('trestt! 'overt'.laa'bu. tor F"aiPTtCY. County Absir : r
('honeo 2Si Rrnd.ne.Co. if6
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I"a*".Ml fathern and 1I1'I1'r. who c*.n.j j I --- - --- - --- -
(laeon tOf'.u.t
trolle heredity and 4'n\lrt>iiment ami .: ?; UI' .al'1t.it'ATl"l Iran T'
ferry M CoUoo. Pre J. tt'
who In their old uIIJ..rIkhl.clt turne<| J! I I I'.:' U t"St-tK: ...ltt"uS .... .. \lpX"fI lies. M. !L Coloa, .......
:: 5-. I.AV Os' "Le. 'KII' ,
i ln,,trutloti and deHe. all au'rn rltv T.H.. KI.I.l.JK.: : .. U. y ttv 11.1.2;. FLW '
Note .. Is.reta. #'.... trwt '':l.a t4 't..l
par.......... .t Tatat'als5.te :0-0 s:. ;.,...,

Nearly. all the royi-llle- .f KuroVoouIJ. A Tr1)R? F1'-A T. L.t tt'. .1.sae.., pa ukl. cis. a'p.tiatst..f ...........I.,.. A 't IIr .... .. do an exclusive At, .

btasr Gonnryl sp.rt.lta'p twe.v, h.e If riven to it ..*rit their ownliving I I M.Ilrai e1 P ..'stk'a two a..1..d emote.w cd I ness. with facltttle fcr lit a,
Is/l.d. Buss rood pra.1; brtl ..'It.r t alt.Ntadtw.l.slblt"t aee.el.a.'e .'Ih La.e i
1. I Iaw. f"
.ws '.at eerttar.e Information concerning *
The of KoHinwtnl. e.
Queen ar.
ta.ewts. f..0. up listst.Tlti s. tv.lJ : she 0..s .
de.rrt.p .
seer & ....
...e ss.l bsek 1..1t pia I :k raw .. .... .. -ra. tu I any and all lands In Abc'11 "
"1Jew II.etttvlva. maKt-t' MII Income fr.ml steal !* Ala. '.tan', .._.. ,...,,
.t."R..+w.. Ye..1 .'I..haft. l'.nls le ..p. .'f a ., -tn. l .r.- w ..' ,. .\ business transacted r*
Me at LMIMt: taw iub . >. r kn that iii.-uy author\ a ,'Mi 'SelI T.' I" No t: 5... rue JII ..s. .
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r+rrt a e.rapLM hs..f r.t a.-a \\ s m ..... N .
:4. M. serf k. to rWti .. O
f..r .. it Th.e Kmrfrf Ku_lah. > .i.v. PATTON *
ati1 r. plersunl Sm la.- FVM wilt. as "'ptrs..d '1'1. Tal' '. .I'ITW t. ,
ewt.l.tt. m. >Hr r U*r>r tf ,< . '
.l oe.r tha. vt. n mow. t ml *" TOICllt't t 'IM .1st.) .., DR .\LHF.RMAS f'.
u. i tee '--.t.w .acs. .
ovrtieole .1/.
5s1at r ..e. h. neat IM* 'TI of ro) al liltxxl be .. .Civil Engineer and Surveyor fOU It .M .t a.or
5 tdra.tra psaatal a rd artt sA fa buy ( l...'.._ Mkt rerl4tst1 ,.. tae
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to "M \uKloubtNI hate succ.tdr.1In UF..1LEK ix UEAI. l STATE: a.'h..a: c.. t.. 5.. Ha .a_' wa' .tart.ps.wt. ..-...... OKKTISrroTr -
Hardware Co. grand o|>'.rA, The Que *n of Italy 4M iW eta "two. ..r _..,.e. A I Ie"
Anderson t Pro,., t alt.aiita' w all bo..ne.. M *>. r tee .rt .v-a.ur. aa.' tw .: tt->

stsb w..Dea.ri 1 D.a.t.rSa, C... $..s. i In a llufiue; of uuuiual talent Rae rt" >ffW, tjr( .door North of Thr.ua.r'# tae' d. .. M"hsLw a. IL 4.W t.! 'c'? rc)fc. Dattoa Co'*- vL

jltslrltaa. em.tk 'ou..r. with ease la emit Clffrrj' .j bB9) .r- .0. Vox 18 O.'lne.Tttl4 Kla. Pd Vrc* ***JC: dust, At***E..f.\-IA_ t Pboo t0 O.1L..YU1e. P-

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6 THE GAINESVILLE SON: OCTOBER :t, 11)07)


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.jNT FLORALS DEAD. Notice of Application for Tan Deed I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR '

-- t Under Section 8 of Chapter. 4338. t PATENT.

ca.ne.v. .lle-. Oldest and Most Women Avoid Laws. of Florida. |i

?, :Notice i is li,> ..,li\ that K: . .
r gt\eu
Oil Characters. G"e- I. :N r1\, i is hereby given that In per "

Wide! ') Known Ua\t: .'r. tru...tf... |1'l1r'hn'4'r..1 t r.i\ t-i\r .",I1.u.<.a nf the United State: Mlulu' ;

,"t' Dally Sun. Operations 'l.cat.'s 'u. !1.;. .'u. '> t.HI. II'::. I i. : !I.IA. 1N= Camp whose pontofllct.lil >

r "* r:1 eighty 13i: 140 141 U:.. 1"... 14H Jl';'. :. -'., I i- 'kaha.1:1rlon county Klor

*,;i..r aged! about P J14. :";1. .tutl .ir>ri dated the 4th tax tilt i I"" i 111.,1., Hppllcatlon fur patent
ben
.1 I sarP familiarly known female trouble a woman Is told suffering that from ? of (teph i Mi b.'r. A I' i':..i:%. has flied tor .t.: i. r%.H of placer ground "ltuat. -

f thf\ city by old and young ation Is it of an open said o.>rtltU<.it >" ut ii.iulU',' and h.... .',i i I. M 11.> t'ew Creek Mining DU<
necessary course
Flora." has passed:: to frightens her. nuxilo 1 uiU'llc.ttloii\ fni Tax IWM'Us! I.) Iris t.l.,. \ii ontitv. State of .'lorl.J .
\nut iftduo in .utoriiiuu with law S.tulcortlllo.it. ., .
US .h' T I t..o\: \ 'lr" a ttlolal plat her,-
The t of the
having expired very thought hospitat.
., I bevond, the table and the knife .'!* t'liibi.Ko the follow IIIK with ;I.. ..l t. .i' u. I t A the field notes.
operating
k< .:( .Ll( Affection at her home strikes terror to her heart. y described\ proportv. .Unat..1 in AU on the in tithe I I., . . ,t the Register of

*" ,,onu street Monday! morn It is quite true that these troub- chua county I Klorlilii, (owl Itto I'nit..i! S.f.ttrtot .d otNco land dli .-
.. \; :.. ot Net and Sf > of S.- \ $, ,
"a les reach a where 4 -o ;.t'IIt.-i II 1 U.: 1 V. 'i 11.I.a. as follow, ''
an
may Is the stage operation 10. 'lp x S.. U II -1.: at.r*'... 'Iz' :North; .i-.t I" r of Southw.*tt ;
*inn' only but
,,. i. ? .4 wa* one of the most hay.resource agrat K11a of t\w Ser( J.::. Tp\ x S.. HI 1- quarter and s' . quarter of
been
X many women cured
characters of the negroid lfii) l\'r"II. :Northwest. '
,, 1& by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable unirt.acres 'III..mlnK+ eighty
*. NV' of S.'V and :NeV; of w" Soc and ..
.
ectlou of the country. after '4 fonnlew -riioii of the w
? Compound an operation has .
***** HU.: she has beenescca&ed been decided upod'as the only MISS ROSE- MOORE 1'>. Tp 7 S.. H l.'i-x" acr'H, :Northwest ami th.. :0. "I\\.t i '! quarter

Fr a", "r:' or more The and cure. Sly I of "I. and :NMV; of S" I. anti of Section four III i I.\t imhlp seven
and strongest most grateful
a nurse in Gainesville Sv U of S.* i4 Sec 17. Tu s S? K 1-.. South of It.uiKe Lift i i I.I: t IMllahaa--
: statement possible to make
!: come from women who by taking
-11:0"t: and E'mclentJron'd
faithful ll>O ucrei see meridian
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t ;h.: had a heart full ot deIt'I"fan Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compoundmade \\' of Ne15: ; anti :Nv; 1.4 S.-c''u: TpS The Uxatlon of tin M, u. I. recorded "

s .. It l.:. -:2U' arr.MSwi4 in tho office of the t1't. ,ik .If .\lacb.UI .
; alwaysyotiC:1
: ((III tii. children and was from native roots and herbs. have escaped femora operation as Sec S. Tp. N S.. It Irt-l,..i \, countv on paves 4;.! cane .. o' Hook

their comfort and convents evidenced by Miss Rose )Ioore'.ea_. of 307 W. Mth St. N.T. She writest- acres ='0. 1 of mining claims ;

al..rt 'rdJOdy. knew and reverunt Dear Mrs. Plnkham:-"Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has I'r of =Nw'4" Sc t 0.:. TI>. t' 5.. U. IT. -- Adjoining claimants .%1'.' _. 4

Irnc .'Ioraud even up to eared me of the very worst form of female trouble and I wish to express s.f nrri'n .1ny and nil persons cliimun ad,

enrv \ to you my deepest gratitude. suffered intensely for two year so thatI t2 ol S.4 Sec :'. Tp t 9 S. It lt> versel any portion of salt mine n;
owing to devotion to bapie was unable to attend to duties I
and burden to family.
s i%? my was a my M acre,. nurficti ground are require I to file

,.r ability to take care ofis doctored and doctored with only temporary relief and constantly objectd& Nv4 See I II --r.I .. ::1 i S It lit 10" their adverse claims with the Kcglst..r

-.rvlces were In demand. to an operation which I was advised to undergo. I decided to try Lydia arresS. ur the nlted States I land ofllre st

i r Floras" who was one of E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; it cured me of the terrible trouble .' ..I \e'4 S.., I. Tp 10 S. It. OalneHvlIle. in the State of Florldt.
-\111''+i, and I am now in better health than I hare been for **
many years )I'; III :al''It n during flu, nlxtv days perli l of ptlbil,

ClOt ,:intention, "' colored Christ This and other such cases should encourage every woman to try Iy w1. ol l :S..*. :;.... :J t. Tp 10 S It cution h.'r'f. or they will be harrt

van s' 'I t>laceil religion beforeg dta E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound bet "Ire she submits to an!>operation 11. l III i Itt.rt. bv vlrtn.-.r tin. l'ru".lun'4 j i jf tttatllh' !\ .

r' 'I,g has passed over the river. Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to women :Nell of =Ni." '4 and =Nt" > %4 of :NwSM'; !

memory will be reverenced brN >' Women suffering from any form of female weakness are Invited to U:: T|' 1 IIS I It l It> x" ai rSv .... ISI'Une I \V. V (".VMPl :

sad: r: r mothers who had coiifl- promptly communicate with Mrs. I'mkhain ut Lynn Mans. From the : '4 or :Ni> '. am! SV4 of 110I.:' I. S.-c. l lay K F:. "OYI.E.Unrl1" .

the ;: ) of symptoms given the trouble may be located and the quickest and surest 1J:: 1'1' s S. U. 17 .M" acres \ In factpits

dc' her in many Instances: the way of recovery advised. Lot s of :M'' Sr*l' I -' Tp l''> S. ItI 1 te.I In flU' i.::1"! ,'. thin August ti

.Ir.(: .11' utirtinit both mother and I IT -It> ,H.r.-.. t\t\! ". 1.t..1| nil the cl-\lni July tv'"

ch'dfre:: the turn of a generation ?<.' 14 of Nw14: ; SHSi:t::. Tp 10 S. H'I 19<).. II.'IHclnmn.::' .

P I IT lit acres I
will ba given an 1m- .. ltc..tf't".
.tl\ it Flora UNION ACADEMY OPENED. Jo: '4 of S w' of S;.. 1'4 See; :: \ T\\p. -- -_

burial today, as her pastor. '\ S It. I IX 1 I", acres tHIUt.'a.: .. 'H.1"1&1"' .', ,11.:

,K HuKer.: of Mt. Pleasant N 'w of Let' > SIM' _' '. 1',p c S It. ..... .
R. S : Largest Enrollment Ever Known at . in Ihel'In'ult I. I. I'lh' )1 J..II..I, I'Lreei..;,
:Monday secured TOOLSI I:14u! I.ri n'I \I.oh'h. O xini % I In I'hrnrsr ,
M ,r church on Opening of the School. 'lit* nattl. land l litiu u..1| at M, .\. ;t... ll A. ..t.i'.u: ; 1H., Blkl: ttifOl :.

..riptlon sutnclent money to U M.* HP.t t. II 11er'S .... I Union A{.. ..I..U1hkll; I is the colored the )1.Ite| Of till1 U-IIUIK' III stll'll >M>rtillritti's I1n ft .1 l or.lrt '''.I.,u'.U,'n ....,..,..>.-i
d- The ,expeiibe of a casket etc. In tin-. 111111..-.. of 1 iikiioMit. ore of !alnrtd'sdr
graded and hUh school of the .
the white nkn.iwn Mrs It to: \\llllim, \\ It .
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s' .on-e was liberal as s.testlaag l'p .ltkl. c .1'1 rII.i .IIt.WD ,
clt) and'one of the. l best of ittt grade : It IViMlKlax. \\'. II Ctaiiroul I'll 'II.., In the .Mule Bluivsl ." t.IM> th.a h.lwl
riD'! .i the deceased: were desirous II. !I'.u ....1 I-:udrnl.IL I..., Y: II Pierce Bl ... .
for colored children In the t Uat. ua ; Known T .J I ItixMfti I iiknowiiI .
l I.eon ''isle.four of lh>> d.fea.lsal. \1.."'l. ,
funeral
<,' K \A 111"that"- the was a formerly opened in Its fall nt.MrilotiSlonil I : .\ :are a l'arpc'IIIo'I'| ?!' do! I Fowler S; \\ Sapp| '>. I it nse....,. ..e tan-ee.ldrnt.' ar It,. Nair W

:.."..1.| |U '
v with one of the greatest |pr.tpects .-. a.., *i*> rmMrnl u' ih.> fawn ,., Ma'i'aoh. a le
T ,.i.ral will I be held at !9) o'clock I \ mrii work our Iin .f : 11. II iamb. 1'nKnowti. I iikin>v\ iiI flit Siit' |<> of Ni-l>'..k* Biut lh. ..l.t K. .IV
conducting ther of the times before it. 'lllfHM salad c.'rtlticatte.1 hjltll l i.t< I'l.T.'r s'.1' !>><>olo 1'Ln.- err rr
todH': "N linger This school which is under, the retl.M| 'ntt.l l 11.'cor.ling to I I.iw tt\ dea.Is. ) -it.wn ''f t'h..rl will be In .>err the muf of tl rrsrs. It lm \t frvl..,. oM
monies The Interment 'l! u1-! will inten-st .
> t
'. 1'1111.! will |1..11.. > thereof tin Ist t t of .
charge anti mannK.Mii 'nt t>f Proto 1'.1 on .ley ..1' hIU....... nonrrsldrntlefenlentt .. Iitir ...sl.A
tI! lored cemeter. adjoining Ever- N..v.iuli,'r, .V D 11!>"7Wiliii'nH h.*rrl>* r *iulr. ..1 l,> >i>iH..r toCouutlit'nt She .11
1-:. IMHos-e. with 1'ruf I.. A. Art . .
in otllcl.eI I MiKiiiiliiro and nit* l In .1 i MUM* i>n i r a..f__ "
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rr< err ft f tin es. of i "' . A nr ?, o1dl.s
----------- as first assistant!' opened with an enrollment I I Oisston Hand.Saws.Hatchetsall real tlllit the Ixt iltV of Ih"nh'r. .Vl liar .11 I rstlon. :; .rll1.111 rill be 1a

OUTRAGE. of 250; pupils which Is the : l H Ih'I.. \ ::.""n.; : r...r..._.' b. ..11. rI...,.......",.. ,'
A DASTARDLY "I.. turehrr .I..a th.s 15$.. aM.t. ... tW
Clt'rk fin'nit I'ourt Ala heat
( rout'
largest on record for any previous kinds. II.a...a onre s weak for rot
t\. Klorlila. reeks I. 1't.- ti.Inr..Ills Noel. ah.1'uhlldhd ........
A Negro Boy Mistreats. Two Little I'eaSOl1. The faculty and pupils were n>' :M s niivis: : i H i' ,, to ..hiuuntl 'suet ..Iris ,-

and to begin sizes. 1'IIr .+'lr."I.rr ilh IacTS
ery enthusiastic propose Hammers-all kinds and -- --- - - ----
White Girl*. II N IINe.Is:: IrrW. Clroult. fovr. .)
a term which will prove fruitful .. Notice of Application for Talc Deed A .ro,... ......, 01' ..01"1,1 '.

Tw little white girls were on their Under Section 8 of Chapter 4883. 12'.1\' \ *. IIv .'Niil>:H IiceSl'Ir'Sewurtr. $ .,
at the 40'11I1.ThE're Brick Trowels and Hammers.
J M IIIMIH. Hulloltttr 'u1;,,n.Hln.a" r
Law of Florida.
'A')' from ;North; Gainesville to the were also many )rents: of sIll
:Notl; !I.o.> Is hereby Kltt>n tlu 4 Perry J
cite teMerdav evening, when a negro and also were ".,.
children present, they Automatic Screw-Drivers. :M COMOII| pnrchitner of 'Ian C'ertl MH ieI'iKt'I:' 1.

hot ran into one of them with his very much encouraged over' the prospects eaten No: f.7 74 '4i. !*i. ''''. 1O1: till.llVI. 'In lh. I .lrr>ult. fiMirt. l:Lists Jwlk'lI. &

V.: 'It'! and knocked her down. He of the neason There wan a Automatic Drills. 1.::". 1 H. :1M 92. 3.>5. .It.t>. 371: and Jofcn\Lrbss| rn 4'arnly.n l... IMIm 1'h.r1.a.a llrowa 1:.lad..._fee"

the xratibed the other by the arm most interesting program of a literary :I'::lti.! ilnteil Hie. 4th Un.Uoti.

and thewaist of her dress 19'>5. him (11.M| Bald rtTtltlcHte* III toy It .i>|M>ar1nir l>r .lTUI...lt ....+nd..4 1.'A
tore nearly
and musical nature, after which\ Ratchet Bit Braces. ottti'. and litttt mule nplillcut\ \ for Mil flied In tlM .bo.I' staled ... H** ,a.% I
c,1f, when he remounted his wheel and lentous assigned rr.W.ne.of 1.111. IIru.. ..... d.r.-., ,
classes were formed : tax de.ls to lassie 'In accordance with. In name. U unknawn .nd Utkl Ibef.

rr(1] off laiiKhing: It would have fared and the school will get down to busl!' Bits of all kinds. law S.I III certlllritteii eintirMre the >rxiB In 150 Stale ol /I. THB the; .rl eulixx

Lai: with the boy had the relatives follow Inic ilf,,<.rllxMl property sit tinted >B. stun whom would M. ness this morning Iriulcnt. w1 that MM __
c.1 I ii hlMren been able to discover both Levels- wood and iron. In Alarhuit ioiinty Klordlit. towltNwi4 .*. of tl ?..r.. II U Ihvrofut* ordered
Artson
Profs Helios and are : ; of Nw. I. See ft. 1'1'1 9 S It ..M n>.,esf4e/aIdefend.nlb.a...aM".
fc lair the children were t'o fright-: and . '. .... .., .
energetic: and ambition Corkers. 14 K: 4>i HI r.-.. r' 1'.1. IK Ilill of CfllMl
Chisels and Squares. In ..!>! ....._ on i>r b.fi>r* Moad..
f il, i It the time that they could nott. with the assistance of the faculty are" Sei. of HeV' S.s' II lp in H It I It4 111
oho he was! A sharp lookout IHi' -: -4 i serer. Kll-"."nn.. <>r ..!,! Mil olll !.... lea S L.
determined to make a good showing need in the Tool ...... ..
Everything you .. 7 ItI r. .. b5541 .' '...d....,
Se nf .Ne i S.sI I lp S' .
for and If .
kept him. however .
the end of the 'f'ar. II l further iw lrriwrrk. 15.1 IKUordr b
h at > line. I 15 K: -l'I> nrreNS II.'...., ......... _..11 for ......a "af. .fwee
Mitltivel)' Identified the pcotin'r : of :Nw I.4 and I SwV.. of :Net. mill IB Ibo l..,lr,..nil. ...... Mw
s .ii |he severely punltiheil. ,.t hll..1. a" ...., i..ss'v 154 ....,..
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PUTNAM IN DRY COLUMN. Swi.t" IIr SeU His : 1 Tp 7 1'4.' It i : 'fhl. ., ....... riuh IA',. I,

-- to: | MI acres N 11. WIgN.It'11: n.rli llrewll Cusel.
HARDWARE CO. A cr... ......, "f .'Idls.l
Julius Caesar. Orys Win Out in That County by Good BAIRp :NS if He.4 and :Ne ... of /$w'4 SM 5.511. r II WIY'.f1N; .!t.,.. C..I'.

7. lp H S. K I.:. Fli'" acre .'11111':1&1.: A w' u.|.IH' HIM rAI'I'IJi ..... .,.,.
Votes
c Dry.
a man of but sickness M.ajorlty-P.alatk.a..
nerve, ItniMint; 'III.'rsl l.ni.- I'l.i-i' Sw l.* and :NwtN" fir He *,. /S.-i :!:'1. 'I 1'1'

tt. mark and l he became aged; The wet mid dry election, In Putnam 1',.UK.nl Latta I Mnnirl. :-...! H K. It ;Jo F: ..2:nH a.'renNe Nur..t': 0" ATI' =N" roi TA

b hN time Sickness 1'I often (count. which occurred i Moiid.t after : ; .4 of :Ne5! Sec2': 'I'p "K. It I:' ilr.lat'MHYN: .Hr4-rn: S. or ,'IIA
lllni.lainl !I.r- .
to: 41* air.-. lies I.AIt! .," 1'l.IHIII'A
t>v a torpid| liver. Herblne a vigoroutt rHinpalxti\ on the part fll

Sel. IIr Nw I.; Hw :. '1'1'4 I ; / K ...... .. .,...
s 'ate liver and give forces who were well" orKatiUi N. a. ehea ..... I 1:: II.,
viiur you the dry ADVERTISEMENTS. I :. F: M rttrtnSwt. sun'S. I..r....._.. .., T.I ('..,Nfo.,. H..

:Mmirrle Austin lIoUtln..Ja" remitted 1 In a victory for the drv. LEGAL .. ,,f tie' and t KS: of S- t. ofsv ".._a Ihr It III d., fI' ,...,.\.I..r. A I). Isd,
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-- hard salt lIn. I. ,51..
writes : "I consider HerblneMieiiifrt the majority b.'ltut about :2":'o Thetity . s. :j:::1.1'1. I'S I it I '. Km : ';'J )55.1..el-fter1Y- \.w1. 4..4 'n $54,__

I wet tu.i. NOTU K (H1'1'1.11 ATION l mi I. i \x re* ......,rI....... .Uh ,I.e ..... ...r""._
+ hoard of 1a I l"al:1tkl"hle'h
ever of gale. a !ICEI:I. 11NJI.IC l "f TU IN "I II Al I 1..1..11 SS of SwVt and M.-\. of 5r'lire ..._... 'h. "......1..'" ...._rtt_. 1ens eetr
itfiout! U Sold bV. \1.: Jorltv of 1X4 two ears* .IKO nl HUH .._. I. AI........ s.ns11'115 L/wltl. '
l '". I.AV ". HjillflllA .. a
'I K F: 13" .
II |> |I'S It r fI' "h.4 ,.| N. 4 ,n... ft TP. a ... a.,-
election piled tip fourteen mijorltv :ern ?Mire I. b..i ,. i ..*' I. It"ta HS uf4./ .. H., I'+ T|. M M. It ,; *! .><,..& '(
_. ", Inlod. a'u"'I.-.r o.' aa. lrrt'nra.' ,, J I.. I" M .M nreB '11.. ..5i I..a b.lnd .-S 51 Ike 4a"
the dry sidelufnrtaatiun d.t..lthr :.... ,, ", ... . 'a A I I. ..' h..fl.r.' wIA '.. ___I' "' ....... .,...._.,. a" IM
from PilntWa stntithnt : ... C.,un...,.. In II. ..n\'f .,.1 l hufl'..1.. al raM.. Sly Hf 'Ii'* ::04.. ;-1 T I' HI"* art rass.a'.1..tII
A"Bilious lion for tat tr.- wrrwoS'4 .._ ..'" ..."I"-.a. slash. be r.dl.
IndlciitlfXiM |M>llif to the fart fi.lt!, | :..l..1 r..I.t., *''ali iw". the I ......Inrf of I sod SS "' I"'* 7 at.le.. ....."" 1... use .1.e .W a...... 1k1w
% "would d.-.rlrrd ......".... \ 0011' .'..1 In I t...h.r .eY0a . t.* lilPAsa. OI' C... ........ A It Sect, '
tl.w Mint
>very precinct In c Kit. K: '''' IV-re
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Attack.1Sym ,. .,..,101... I.. W"" '00' .om..1 s.d seal
KO dr>'. although all returns had ii"' I.... 1 'II..... "\. .." ....... ....'S1a: 4 dIU... J14 $.... :::1 i TP y It. H l I' K: IM s'/h 4.p. u' ..l-t.Mr A U I", '? .
to T.-It n' tIn ...er.".. r.r : ,. :M. ii tvtji iiE11Wel "
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ptoms. Sour stomach. been r.-c"l ..l ut the time the letter Tile vl I.i Iredl nand .e__, .t 'he iI.'. aiII. .1" :I*** It,.'01'> C'.N"t Aa) .Bia C-,...
I .. a-.......... fir .. .f''' "..,.......... ." tI... ...- 1...t I. Furs .Ii :y N.-w1I.Ffy. --------- -
nasty! taste in mouth sick wa. : ritin of T....s..f Hun Lrl'Wtr.e The Mild land tiel/ i& :mmtnmftl at tlu.It. .

headache t _tot ....run..... ....It! br r.d..e.ed lat.4f ft... tomttmnrt* i.f _<.!. rvrtlfliaUf. S.Irr< ,; M >(4 l l-MfJ(; Arf()Y
sallow complex. ..... . .
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of l/ihM... ..... .. ....
JUDSON JOTTINGS' n 1'IC In ibe n.nS n I. .m. .t. ;;Utc
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your enemy. I wits._ rat .,"" ..W .4(55,.._ .rill -.. IhMSb.ISaSdes I'lif.-. esld l i ..r'lll....,... ....11 (MI T*. ..v ",'.. ..uf
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Cause. ..___. 1. Lt
Constipation inact- -.1. .. A.wlr.r4; d"cI a <.r Jiii.. U few a..a -.1|_ u' heM -e1a h*. It.sr' BIJo ..... a'/ .
J'aj..on.--kf.f 1 -R ** Turk*'r went H
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I .... 'will issue tD< r wm CMI the 21 1 b day of I. use' .. parr
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e :' to l'.rt A..C i :: = -r:
liver overflow of bile to a, J.rto'sviile to It P MIHr s y...- tad1o. 'tnLeor A I' 1..1. : .. .... .:. ;.. ....
t.J -'S noaa I-. .'' I, ll.. 1
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the system. I t.'rlnHe .brotMBt Mia KNtt-ll! Mil -UT'CF. u1 APPtJ..ATIuw Y.N/ TA1HS4 Wlttt. .- n.y ..4fll.l Icnatur .n.l l I i 'e..r.e 1' N.eV. N
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Relief. fur t...". : .,"'TI..oo H' "'" "f"1'a:.. _\ ,hl' the 2"h d.l y nf K"'pt"rnt. r-:, ? sac r 5r ..5.1. b.fe. 11.
Treatment for twor I f,'r force "ttll bras ta, clerk ,.- $54 .... ...to... .4'r....1..., r11.. ,. W
f-.. 1.4- .pIs eta ftAN. Iv"i7 It II WIKNUKI bee 1 t ..:
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,.ts before retiring with hilt.J .11 h.\ < tnM .. 4'I.. rk fir.. alt Court AlarhMa tan .. ,
t .. ... deb' tfIY". Akrl a n .ru. .''Ie .- I e t..d .)akS... Iwae
I 1':0': I R Werk...a ma1 hi'I F\.,." atate' ev.bss...... .L H' Ie A '.rltIrstw Ne. 55 ...... I. YI'.rldr ......,... .... .. ....r 5.4 .eis1. 1
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PM14llJ in Judson Saturday &'vJut NY .....-.r .ti w' ....... ... err ..... .r AppfI .".r r.. T.. Deed I t .'r_. 1. Ii II '.a 1 J, t. lee
rtturiMtrtur. Atlanta., f;* said rIlia .. II..... 1' Is -- C .. oo__ .,' .., I...4 "" _
spa .. Under 3..t/es a .f CKjptv' $454. 1001 it Y ...ler s IICIlII N./w.i
*'* TONIC PELLETS ._. _.... .. 4..1 rIMs.M.Mf.e..th.4lww ,
the "priess if' >. .rth l'sr.ltela whets 1V .:.. '. -.' rr.dS.r1' ......... IS A ;. Lacs .f tds. -

l- night' don't worry, sleep [b. h& heels r..r I, . h.-: l'h H.I.. :UJ .e.- .......' ....' .r..'t'... 'r K 11 too ....r ..-..*!.... 1 1hr.-*.' ChDti tarn' I It %..te", Y. '
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prvaed : : ::: :
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Il\t&r.: 'No 434 4at.-5 ta. .th **,r "f r .1 l5 J. .. let J.'_. ..eI
Tr.atn .nt 2.5 Ct.. He flunk- !J. will ...-.oft fturn $5.e1d.al'nwrh. '. ..'." .,.554
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pr't" I and are'. t trltlg v.r y AtaMiC S.1I .* .. C r r.

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rnomination
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tr1.e(. MACHINERY FOR -bell one of
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THE "GAIN| WILLS SUN: OCTOBER, 3, 11107)


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Prof. R. vMontgomery: was In the I terd, Master Lucioua I -
I be
If' to
\ t ,"lt to her parents. Mr and Mrs. lr
NEWS CITY ANDC30NTYCONDEHSED. city from Windsor Saturday Prof "fitt. "
OF : out for clotMns: ', pre : A J"rulpn.Ir., .. Gerdlne was

Montgomery who 'is one of the bt'lOt I para".n; :- to his". depanur.n.i.i \ for i \ .r. |popular| here att a young girt,

teachers In the county has been assigned th.' :s.; '04)1 for IVaf. numb .acid( 11H <1.
sand her frU-iid Mr,' always dt"lhcht..t tat
to the Orange Heights sctttxU at :SAugustine.' The little fellow WE NOW\
tin opportunity to see her.!'
for the' corning term. w h : very bright: has. a d.'(ectivesig. I
Joseph.ilta: of Fairbanks was in
of General Interest Gathered alias Lille M'\ or re 11 of New" berry has !! t and his. irent ar> Rt\ln hun .
Ilta. t-m -rterd.sv. Mr. Walts hasc'aj"it
J1clerl arrived In the city and wlll attend the tho < \ ..nt3og of an tnlucatutii at the HAVEDEPOSIT
Our Reporters.fRSON"L a M,,it from his dauarbter-lD'
by Gainesville Graded and High School Jtutchool.. where ever)' <''>nv "nmd -
taw : .
Vr-!
Ma'atta.. and three grajidcbtldrvu
nere. She will make her home with" !secs! .' advantage! In offered. Mr. : .
.'r \t" Josephine and
ITEMS
AND SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. W McDownll.: Ilt C+ F.m..r.'n states that Ml.o Sarah An-
Itenr.v \ ,
\ ate of LakeUiul.' They Isftyesterday
West Magnolia street. i det---.in! of Marietta. Ct. the accom-<<
'I.I t tt'f' nine Coasts Un ;
and What I. Going Id'-lud" I daughter of W.H .
Hat Happened Miss Maude L.ewla has none to I >oung Captain 286 for boii-, -
wlat 1111f"fPon.. deceased i il' now at their
Paragraphs
Told In Short I.aCr06h..re., she has been assigned Friends i .
to Happ"n I .i It 'I I hant. bualnesd j
hota>' on a vi lt.frrtni .
Who Run May R..d to assist the principal. in the ,
That -Me mattHKer "f rii.learn s 1\\. will regret ti'
So school the coming term. Miss ewU, ll> that h.- .. )
The Sun. a. t t. i ihN uullm..>sed<<"<1 at
,? In Is a competent teacher and will give John Winter was lit the city fromWaldn
hunu' I.:.a.t I m "" ,tr.-t. A few
111iaJl'. Daily StAn: the of the LaCrosse school jenterday.
1' /.orn Is spending a few patrons davitaidt Mr Mr luiiii h.I\1 the misforif

flU #t..I1"E'al of good service S 1 F Waits of Grove Park wa' in tune to fall Injuring him.+.-. Internal
Point as a guest
day at Rocky T. K*" Godbey of Waldo, the sweet the city trading jesterday.J ly. and. ) e"t
friend potato king of Florida was transacting VanlandlnKham of Moitte.>chi* CUSTOMERSAdding hemorrhage of the kid ii.., -

Masters ivll and Grady Colson relatives have at : business' In this city yesterday. *" :... I trading! In the city jesterday J. 11 Pa.h.t: ban reliiru.Ht from St. n
visit to
returned from a Mr. Godbey as a sweet potato grower" J I U and t:. F. Zetrouer of Rochelle I. HilH. where he went with.. :Major W, tIt

Trenton has made the greatest success in till I were trading in the city yevtrrdaF 1'h"lIIa.r.: .>w days nltlt to imrchas
KV.. :Mllllcan and son of Wal section of the South and his 1'
Mr products 'I i Salt*-18! or 2::.> head of stock hi>r"i'M and millet fur thlM market. lie

do .ere O'ltluR friends In this city have taken prises at various fairs.T. I lApply G/ 1':. Merry. MlcanopjFla New Ones Every state* that u KO.41| l.H-tliin w" .t* 1I1I.lot.

Jt't'h'rt.1\ \ M. Venable. familarly known" us i and It... ..to"-" will" K. i>Uio>d on the

N t IM\ls of Raleigh was trading "Uncle Tom" by his friends was In I I mark-'t sap tare Major: Thoma i Is .....
I' M McKlnney of l.tanl e 'p.>ntet.rluj
la tl.. dt>' yesterday lie Is a con the city from Arredondo >e terday. i I .. t 1..t.,1, i. rrl\e on .'rltl...., having
) In this city a.. a guest f Day --. Would Like to
tractor of that place. and mad-; The Sun a friendly call. i'IOtol'l'.I; ,t 01.1\| or tau eta route
frtemiSar'-
S K Drooker. a successful farmer Mr. Venabl I.l one of the old Con f Ma.I..nn'ra: I X'td.tl. wln !.tat ".\tattendfd
It. Chitty of lticttuap.' axeattl'i114 ;
:i |
of the!) LaCrosse section was trad- fedErate'f"tt'ratHI of the' county, and'! 11., I'rt-tbvterlau. College, of
those who spent ) e terda. ) Inthi ,
I ) [ Have Your Name
Ing 0 the city yesterday. Is quite popular among hU comradex.Mr. I Charlott< N I' "fh'r" vsestinnsiamt
.tt. I
C-a.: K:. Halle of Alachua was and Mrs. J. II. D>e of Mlcanopywere .t..r.1 l with" iii-i ;,.......tll.. bt-re. Mr and
l.irtUMUs Marion 1..11 left .
rlu..e who spent Sunday In.. among those who favored I' ) Mr" J II| V il.ml li.m KOII to th* '
among da Alachua, where she wilt spend
this ->ttY being a guest of relatiesft* inesvlIle with a visit yesterday tor I on Our Books. iiKiflc ,deMrtnu-nt| of Convent Cols' "'
u !aria days with" relativeMr .
prof M. I- Neal principal of* tlP. Dye has had the misfortune dur- le\ i.. S(lo.utnll..llrtC. S C II.'Idall*

\VaMo! Senior High School wig| the past summer of a long &[..>ll I J U. Padgett and
among those who spent Saturday inth.i sickness, In which his friends sympathize t.avt- returned from North Carolina. dliiM>.ltloii ;and.) t...,.. liKtnt. Irl..ct.-

with him deeply. They are aftft :a Mummer dcllghtfullv spent anionit ,h.' ,..IItI\C( |'eoile here all Otw I
: city
returned glad to learn that h.1:1 himself .I F l>oiiald<*oii of Cyril was" In the hoo\ OIl a..11 'herotitlniie<| .. In
Mu Kate Itoulware" has
again however city eiiterday. He called at The Sun GAINESVILLENATIONAL I her studies
from \Vhlte Springs where she has

been on a visit to her sister. Mrs M,I Miss Minnie, l Lee of Melrose was" I ottUe and 1'f'1I"t'OJ bU liubiiC"rlltlnu.> Mr and :Mm .InM Crnhuiu; are !flat

K. Flowers.Mr in the city Saturday MUs Lee. who" I .'010'> M Kidney Cure will cur any home axaln after it dlljhtful ..>* :

I the school at J-nniu Jonrn of Mevt>riil awake itt various&
W M lllitch of Santa Ke has taught summer I cast' of kidney rouble that I I" not beyond
which had successful .lntn hi North Carolina und Tenn*>
returned to her borne, after a brief Lake a most me<1ical aid J.1'. McCollum A lM

visit to her daughter Mrs. J. M. Rlvrn session, has been assigned to Antioch :l."u .. i ...... the renter part of their time b-,

school for the fall term. She I lint spent| at Hot Sprlnc. N, e.\\
in this cit>'. Mi-- Florence Iktiley ban arrtvedflt BANK
FrleniU ally|| !t... glad to learn that .
>
la a very popular. young lady, and will bafJII<
will make )
II K Matthews. Jr., of Mlcanopy. the cttv. and In future %)tr'rhome
no doubt make many friends in her are IIIJC excellent health. ha.|afbeen
attending the University spent \ with Mr. and Mrs.I A. I. lteeder.r'ldtivrs. r
ado lit new assignment.Mrs. ,benefited h)' their trip Mr.
with hi. at borne returning T. W. Shinto Prti.
Sunday parents and hefelt
Irahatml l I. tart|iie. nay n.y .
Monday.Col F. Tomkies and daughter. Jei.se I. Grime of Juut' \'lIlp. on. of -'
etter 'In has liftMr and Mrs.liruhnni .
Miss Kate have gone to San ford,
and :Mrs. J. G. Nichols have returned the successful planters of that sectionof are xlivdlt! .II..m..t bona. .
where" Miss Kate will,, resume her IK-
from their summer home at the country, was trading In th- cityyesterday.
I s It Ion as a teacher in the public again i'

Green Harbor. !Mich., where they have school. Miss Tomkies enjoys a fine For Kale-Two acre land house P,...xn 11aurfHlr'I/. /1..iI" .sun "
bfen for the past few weeks. I It 1. Page of Lvons. <;.... wax lit the
reputation as to her ability and has six room, barn. cistern l Idaatei. at P It Camp Sewberr) wa. In tb.

Mrs J R. Howell and her bright made a great succWis In her profession. I city yesterday. having come on account Re
little lion.'Uton.. have returned from of the death of his friend. James Reddlrk. 1111" thuna. Fla.
She is very popular In Sanford : l It Futih nf Mlub Hprln B spat

WillUtun. where they spent the past I O. IIi Ingtun, Miss Kennel I has returned .
where she taught last )par. Mortis yesterday In f ialnenvllle INI .u.ln. .
fe. day with" relatives and friends. .fIU. \\ Dyal of Monteocha. one of from s delightful and beneficial misting -, G
Rev A. Depose seventy-five years ; It. William of Rorky Hill

Mr R Itaguley! has gone on a visitto old. and one of the pioneer preachers the well-known merchants of that section at Hwinnanoji. N C Frletidn. are gladto was a bu.lne Ultor to the colt

relatives In Springfield 111. Her wnlle was transacting business In this welcome her home again
of the Colored Methodist church capital yeiiterdaFor )

daughter Mica Edith will make her preparing to attend oonference at city yesterdayNEW i Mr and Mr II C Cato of tllxh I nape-New ..e.i>tid hand

home with Mrs. Hlandlng during her Jonesvllle w.s suddenly stricken with Springs, who have been here on a vlutt ; mill. first class! urd..r.'rlt.. J.

ab.*.-nreNL..III paralysis and Is now confined at his I to relatives for the pact two or threw I hone. Cnlne.Hlle' FU _

: Ada, Philpot of Janey, Levy home. Rev. Depose ha been preach' I day, returned to their borne >_,..r- . _sl
liurrellMKKIIIB.. a pri> r .
r i Int was' In the city Saturday. and at YORKRACKET day
Ing for many years, was 01 < I. I planter of .the. Hague _section Vltradlti

Ali l'hiljx hi 1 an able teacher and I time presiding elder of his church. K Splvey of \WiniM| was ainonrf .III the city yesterdayDr

.
11 ai-rept a position In Alachuat ; I those who.. ..lentetrrda" In llilrlty '
Rev J. C. Collum. formerly or'al.- A 1: Carter of MUanopjr
.
jt', thl >'. met -otublne' t>ii.lueH aiiu pleas
.at. do but now of I'alatka. delivered In- I a'.ulC' tb i..' who Kpent y.terday ..>
< apuin. U. \Fontaine of Mlcanopyai mire He retort plenty of rain In that
tereettng sermons at the First Baptist tliln city Gating (oine cm busln.ma..j'
the He sei. thin '
in
city yesterday. was "
church In thin city Sunday morningand C H Wee". of N'e. l>erry .al.si
ite from his home to the West Rev II (* Htevenn. the jeweler of l1l IIC evening relieving. the pastor in the .tore uf Tinker. Itolaitd.a w
F..1 II> Here he U engaged; In the min SprliiKM( wa a business visitor to this
S. II. Rogers. who ban not yet entirelyrecovered. Cheapest Store on Earth .l..i...lne.. l.lt..r to this, rlt) IN'lay (
.""I..I.h..r. city )e.t Tdy Mr N''hll l I. ..!IMdlvlnlvii .
During the sertiees! the

tut. friends of Robert Wlxoonrrv : choir rendered In a twaiitlf manner I wittrh 11I..(..OC't..r for thet

to hear that he Is con several I _Utl<>ii*. The choir at this lantlriHi.t l.lnePlants JtmlUe ItS !4uiall. ru..rrbaniI..ulu..t..r
of )Mamie ass a t.aln
.
r i .. room at the Pearce lion.*** church In constantly: growing.. better -\\'.. are now taklii nr.l..r.
,1.lh" to tbe. "Hlllh capital >"wt
r < tit attack of fever. lie hops arid 1 evld.nrn cnreful trainingT. : Mfor! Celery I>-ttur... f 'ntfmKeCanllflowrr .

J' k n's for tic .1.,

.*. in. S<- *tt and on. Clifford.t J. Viial. ttt Arr.-.iondo. who I t tober delivery ! was" In the city ) trday. brought: In- titter sod U-ddltX rltUeu of M
We Kfor.. luiatk FU
fhu but flowof Jack *
city format lon I I f Del>, -aa In HI
'er A I'leasatit visit to thin Subscriber* on rural free delleryroutn .
.U1 aK.-.l and highly r.recteQ ci>l- .
Kiie t" uf Mrs. Ko.a Wat- : c.n ...,1.1 |h. t.rrtptlDa.. .
.. i ro d to their home Sunday. by
.l at his home Sunday u''< Carolfcefe
.. Nortli
hake M-1 (
ri rites
.
i U Dk-kiiiKoit and ......... Mata desire Tb Hun oa Mtch rout* r a
ie.M. -.l W.IH about sialyflve years of .
I .
ttovt lbw fewIMHtl a
: ajmit pe.t
Children. .
tk narrhrr
/ I Mr. :"ul Mm. W T. %.'t- .I.anti lu<. always |MII a faithful I School i I also send moiiey by .. t *

.. >n CarIfi. have returned and f'oll> fitloua n.an lie had man I Aleiauder lUrper, Ira rxurtuwlfrom ,
( ,.fC..I .BVl .towided. -r.n tre*_
.. p
'. r Kev after a 'cnmpl.> of friend. niiiotig b<*th white and
.. +*ntl> *|-nt at that r..trt and his deiuKt* wa regretted by the He reports a t.*.._i.i totes Vlr*. bet ..n.U.. far ails lrU_
I I TABLETS. rant lat Nular1 mist .".......,.k.... K: KC IIW
\ p.te i ."'.rthlt'rn hu return....I grKKl p.-..ple of the Arrwlond1"* _tiim Harper l. till tore ta.l-

\ this j of ...okJr.I I pan wkfk .kr .,*.., Mr J It ..Mp title' (laM F.,
10 city: after a plea regardless I COMPOSITION BOOKS
I 4trtitctelMpaIliagh! I !*>-nb> ....- '. ,if i ...! fri
:'. hh.lIolii It uj retatilev III I *> M Fay. the Chluamau w bo ids t

-..fatIn South Carolinattroover tw-el "II "JC..J here for the pt,.t tan 1 INKS I .tuns.. iootR r.tet4a, her P'-Iol. tmtite Ih iii." .t'ailve It

.' glad' tit a. kurme t..r swan ytvar as jar.I..r for C W. Cheerhas Itehlstnta" ate.t .. Iesueat ...U..n ..t.ls M.. !*>..'. a 'UI cwt r

I proved boa .&blllt,. aa. a atard.ner PENCILS .10.41 a .th ttis yMPNI.. r.. 1'd WI's. 1\ a f. u cash.

I tl-en to tots clip M. .. rrtel.4yr ''1',un J 1f.ufitar
Y rs
'.lay of .latk." f :Mr! fay ha one of the hanrfvon. -..t ..-
.1n'l I and diversified PENS .' '..,.4.... S ttapd/n J ........ III ..... c..1 "P .'r hit,. .sit ag4IM
iwtJl.lt.\ B r'l of Talk4t.a.. most: prolific moOd
"-0 herw on a plnarantt t I deer in the State. rontalnlac all llr.... CRAYQUS 'tt 55.4 ..u noose bits .'.,doss //ac f tilne'i n '. < '*.."...-.1 Hint air

. To the ......... ar4 bee.t'at ,. .... t ": -m.1 d. .
rte MM-**. \\ M. Hr 'trOrd.1 Ot < U?t. ;sfjhle: Ue et I A .tits I.

'., their. r-lw ctlre i >re...U>tk of a fellow blessed w Ith a SLATES r.d frumu ... hrtr.s.'t. e ... Irlslase V', .1'*. ..'.WIll.. hmm r..t"raI

U...-! afpettle." it n ak.. mope belle to iE1ren.1sW., .'........ vi .1' Inae1a :I frt tn Sew t .>. c.wbwr.. .!>. ba.e

W jfphe of .Afcarbua. pas bis and brit In (J.taM., 1U- LEGAL CAP PAPER I iii a tau. is ,... ........t tlk k.t m..set 't ,h"*">( her -Mh. }Ir. C'b.4a J

lli d. more of sat-b pr"grsis.N s fecstgr.sr. r! ,.f. ..... At4astW t.'attl .. I..... are gls4tai .imltli tot the pal tea m..e.-h., (
'-. o. M visit to L .
rpLeu..1 I
has r.rn.-J to her Dome, w Mr _.1T' .,. abe I. also, tl PENCIL BOXES ... h$ b.M1.t. t" tteitrtagau a ....tn. J5useph ll.rrn anti M I, ?.....

4e.|-cat.. t<, lbs Colon Sun ;a ". 1a.4 rtarrart t# LUNCH BASKETS ......,_. tam, cell| ast.e$ and r.-

ron"PD.1 It ,.t ParkrtPs. . ...,.., . ....
.; convention which IJa&.cr-- said '...11.0 u I hat IU.-n.> of bat .-.. area 1

}1( reotdtti: at S** VA>.t Chinch :t SPONGES rL/lief au 'IrA....,....' yMrds' sade : *rtln( bu.!",... lu thi rite ytr

II.-n Mls ho-re r4'toHt W ,.... I'e .eb. .
':no* !rant of )Meloto: hit avert fr the |-_t f s. nonth. hamscaned
..... T1. ...... IItr t %. .ett
'riu one of the valued nini' Into lbs Hrown llnu. Ann PS. Lad. everything needed in the .rtiptkei Tlk r.. riff be an M. rf." ..eanA
1. '.... .1 f im. Iratll.d ,...._. ,..f hi.taep '
the star of the Oainesvllle former- ka oa u aTlx* (VxumvrciAL 4 j jj H..IM-.. .t Will Th. at
school raom, sail a. ....1 It..._" 'hrudb.tltth.t
'.4 Hlch fU-hrjoU has ptarn.-.J *<)1 East Main MrN ....1 "I toe I r"'l1..on. the e..nln. of <>rtntt.rlUllf

may. atul will resume br goo' duct the IO-.a.: *n tlptndats .....nbbt..l. j Come around. and. taU yovr I Inllc's I urelka. fiat the piaai, food Y.srtyb.ely

aDD6J..UU"n..t ties Mr and W,. T J C. .. .t It-sleigh. 'laltHH
Mr. UlfTv
the opening of the M-bnoI.GJ. ti.
ttborouably rey.tred before sclml .,**%. I W,.. Wn Hmlfk .n't d.uc.t 111..
bou- has bs.w /tws4, fur ..eral lees. ,
) 1..o p..Dl. re *rdlss. .III be opri.d I _.., of Wa4-ai. -Ma and WI''. p. W.
(''JQ fort., that atooey will bas. : overhauled. aid Prien die Lnrat. Wib.eirwe fA this rlty, fetes a pt..... r etlent PI tsU clay kit doe ofsensiH.
as'o I tb. polite s. a. pof Ur priced 1'- i ..., .......t T......,. .__. tIfthit.
the e.Ur* fatally. Is In p..rlM't daysHstt.t. was .at party w-K ..... fan to. Ja.axpolats .
.'r lai about tm .. MrOTHJCft PasJd is Nwa
rr* A bottle of Ortno LrszatJme 1 F snit slab.. dtotlti.i, three ,. apse sad.. ether 1. Vlrgtaia torMr rrsa.m .......... sad I. was/ns .

sty r.p CMC M testa. It wW I wilt,. be abo.id IWC 44 ..u.. i a few ._k.ua..,
:!<> ,rr 7 ....... of u..raan. of :rtts.n PWFERIMTIIERS '
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H. r.r...- axed. saes LmeI. [ lass Mto AI-
fnCOji0t./tl[ ll.. l a K yl.acs 1
trvab1., J. w.. -.c. i c.. I r .. dCT ".. No.- ....? r.... kale JeWa1saa, 1s .. tits M/ se s BKW ITXIttf Ou Ii'

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