Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00890
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 4, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00890
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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rc One Man.'Wae Klll!tf;; n4. Twe People Goddard Claims He Killed His .Brother. RIVER BOAT BURNEDWas

Hurt, at Battlm.... Me. iBaltimor. >> -
_... -_ Accidentally.LexingtoJ .
AI. .. >td..,. Oc *,--One" man oftr. '
: Ky. Oct. 3 -At Us
: Pfetnt t"J E giscep ( Cbarc ..ad. another In m bospftal'' with a
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.. MilUon> Gone bat wienlNi'-'" grave of jols. brother, James J. Ood
< ,01" broken legand othet*'injuries, said ati :. Loaded: With Cotton
4 4 ." dard: whom .be killed and
e' accidentally, it
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$ # girl with a fractured ;skoir la*anotb See y ,
Is said In
a.flgbt: over a' game of (
p. JfrifiKr.NEW Naval
y ) hospital Is" tbe sum of'the major Injuries .. 'Caarles
:, card. W. Goddard waa-,arTe.ed -
reuniting from tWd automobile
:; :AT RICHMOND accidents here Tuesday night "j : by Detectives Johnson '.,&Ad
i YORK STREEt f RAILWAYSState .V *!I. Tharreat took place-under,
: I. ' The dead man Is John T. llutcbln. ON THE FLINT RIVER
; tote shadow!= of the Henry Clay monument -

f' ,orwentlon. la Expeted': ??> Be One of son. an expert machinist of'Philadel at Lexington cemetery/
phia. He and H. X.* Hooper ,of Attorney General Jackson Files
,1'. ;I, the, Most'Interesting' In 'the History Glenarm Baltimore county, were re. The arrest was made mo quietly that Two Persons Were Drowned as a R..
... Petition Calling for the Appointment even the weeping mother of Goddard
;"' ,ef.thw Church-Warm Welcome' Ex. turning to that place after, dark'' byway did not I suit of the Fire-The Boat and H.*..
realize that her
of Receivers for the SarnDeficit BOA
of a new boulevard. bad
They ,
.;r-4,1 tended Churchmen. been torn from her. J. W. Goddard 1 Entire Cargo Are Reported To S. a
f reached a point where, an old bridge Of $10COO.COO.) .
fafj Richmond,. Va., Oct. 2.Tracing all is being replaced by'a new one and the father had called his son from 1 Total Loss:

."jest- tbe' problem that have been dls-' apparently .miscalculated their exact New York.. Oct.% 3.-.Qtratlin, tEatf' grave and Introduced, him to the
Albany. Ga.
.;..;.t1.ec and passed over iu conventionsby pol Uon'. The automobile plunged charges of extraVaaance and neglectful detectives. boat 3.-The uteai,
and number of or 'You must go with us." said Detective H, which ply ta
j. ene a new ques.r over a :3: -root embankment landing management If not that fail FILut.,river between
; ..r one of great Importance the Pro- vpslle down with Hutcblnson beneathIt. ure ti> account for millions of dollars Veal, and yo':ng Goddard made *' Albany and rxtiat.
: lr e ; burned
.fbeetant Episcopal: church of the Units He waadead when taken out. arc made by State Attorney Gen no reply. 1 I betsRa WAS at Jones' l.IolnUu(

.i-J s 'exi States assembled Wednesday for Itsisertynftn Hooper, who had been driving the eral Jackson In a petition filed calling When he had placed the last wreatir I "h here and 'sewtoul\\'e'daeloda..r I

triennial convention which car. was thrown clear as,, the machine : fur the appointment of receiversfor of flowers on his 'brother's resting The beat
place Goddard walked out of the was on Its regular trip to
; /a.expected"to be one of the most in- went over tbe bank and escaped death. the Xew York City Railway company the: city of

: ?resting In the history of the cburcb. An automobile driven by Howard and the Metropolitan Street: cemetery with the officers and -was with Albany and was loaded
"'. company placed In Jail on the charge ot frat cotton naval stores and cottua.seed. .
\ The Right Rev A. r. Winnlngtonarrani. Gllland. containing also :Misses Beu- Railway and aUo temandtng .

fl. ', bishop of London. ws presAsnt lab Heighten and Irene Cook was run the dla..clu{ on' of the New York City ricide.
Coddard said he would have of the boat's hands, PlorettVatklns
: and preached She, sermon at toe into from the rear by another- car. Railway company. surrendered -\ **

"'" 1 celebration of holy communion In Holy driven by 1:. L. Bartlett. Jr. The The application for receivers was to the police himself but desiredto and West Camp both'n

;;:'t ,rTrlnlty church; this being the open- Impact threw Miss Heighten out. and made by Justice Ford of thd aupereme attend his brother's funeral before' Croe, were drowned and nlnety-tw?

t taa ceremony. The ..only'business' the phytlclsns at the hospital say that court: who issued an order foffthe; going to Jail. He \t '' his brother accidentally by pulling- the resin and spirits and 250 casks of
a.oventlons Wednesday were 'for tbe shu 1s In a critical condition. The derendanta to spear In court on October "
of organlsation'the. house of 3 and trigger of a revolyar-wben be struck cotton seed were burned.
f1{"ipnryove other occupants of the car were not answer to the complaint.
i' meeting 'at. 3:30: p: m. In ''the seriously hurt.GERMAN The attorney generals action further Henry Hunter on the head with It. river boat and Its entire cargo

'; :estate' capitol, and the house of depu- complicates a situation already are a total loss.PERPETUAL.

<\ttlea at the sane hour !In. St. Paula considerably entangled by reason;) of DIAZ ,RECEIVES ROOT.
ychurch. i the various interrelated corporations

': i.fA ,warm welcome has been given .- which control and operate' tbe traction ' Meeting Between :the Two ,Statesmen
They Take Part in International I
Orleans .
1tI.-I.lttac, chitrchmeb* The business- lines on Manhattan Island. Was Most Cordial. May Adopt New and
A.r nautlc Cup Race.
of the city Is decorated with Adrian H. Jollne Mexico deL Modified System for Protection.
and Douglas Rob. City 3.-Witb all them.mbers4f
New "
York Oct. 3 Three celebrated

58": !' bup fag. and by night was German aeronauts two of whom insoa were appointed(! receivers for the the Mexican cabinet,present Orleans LA. Oct. 3.-Th*
+,tt1tv an electrical'display. will take In tbe International New' York City Railway company by \ President! Dfa* received Secretary that a new and modified

J1. ;+,......**0!* of London who reached part aeronautic Judge Lacombe In the tt'der.l.court.. ''Root at 1A.o'clock Tuesday morn. quarantine against tropical countries!
cup race start from St. will be maintained
\;.....,Tueexay and went to. the rest Louis Oct. 21..TDlKce-just.to arrived here several dajts ago.. tnd the slate recelv. ins in tie hall 'of ambassadors at theaatIonal.pa'ace. perpetually In New.

, of Blahop Gibson of the dlo- from ers were named In tbe' esuiie court on ? Orleans fetetaad? of a quarantine lathe

,(,Mtlae of .Vlr.toU, spent'the'entire, nr- Those Rurope.who Wiil'co'pet.;: for the International application, of the ;company's attorneys .. .The meeting between the two summer months only, as heretofore

';;;Mrooon oatbe. golf links t where nepneXie \ to act .for- the Metropolitan statesmen w&lmo.t cordial. Mr.. was announced Wednesday bySurgeon

.Jt:. > many fiend!., Lay delegates cup'ar..Oeea.r Irbaleh and Street Railwaycompany.; : Boot, ,who was presented to President ,J. H. White of the Marine
jH.I..aAd) with theJD"le Captain :
1 o ,he, convention number many well A, D. Hfldebrandt'Topresenting'" The New York' City Railway company Dtaa by Ignacio Mariscai, tbe foreign Hospital service.$

:__onrtJ business men from every s.c- the leases the line* of thjMetropol minister said be was delighted: to Througbogtias' ""lI,1er., tbe first la

c})}"'Oll of the country.' aeronautic brtncb of the Germanamy. Iota Street Railway, com pap y aguarantee meet tbe man who had made Mexicoone which federal .... ri.Un. succeeded
"e 'has come to this countryto state control at the sfUsltsippl' river
't1 J' N tabl these Is Pierpont; '
among J. of
; 8. tp'ay: _7 >>er'.I1.dividends theforemost LatlnAmericaaoiratries
'with.. the big raper In which ne quarantine s<*Uoa. ). Dr,. White
waa pr.
t Morgan, the New York financier who not oa the Metropolitan .toek--'Tol. dlyigend and lie hoped for. a continuance
<. ..w0eplei is to be a competitor, 1 4 ctlAK .ft.syaj, ni of'watclOac eJl ,
the Rutherford mansion. The has never been>*earBed since of the good results ariilng" ; passengers

)i'L'17t.rL are about. 800 members ot theOeret Paul Meekel.third. German competitor is the date of tbe lease' and the/attorney day .from the oondlal relations between from tropical ports for a slat
who with, Captain Hugo ed .number of
days after they landed.
t s ) convention Includingthe general the United
Abereorn charges that the deficit State. and Mexico.
t.' Von will leave Germanyfor The old s7atem waa to hold all Incoming
;sbops of the several dloe.... and to President
the United States .next datA\amount.\ to more than 10. in reply, said Mr.
week. -
t''t ..... passengers rigidly
districts and four clerical 000000. Root's zealous work for a better understanding gt tjuaran-
l t'h sad four lay from The International flying event which tine whether well or sick. Under
deputies each ofdioceses The between
attorney general declares also the United 8tates
is now an anqual affair was held last the ''' '
,he' and one each from every year from Park Lieutenant Frank that the Interborouga Metropolitan and Latin-Ameriea was well known nqw,,, rjnTfeegent aft'well person r

M:. ttal..tonary district.- Lhm. of the United States army "company, which absorbed the New and appreciated and he welcomed the' .come ashore immediately and go with

winning with a flight' of 452 miles. York City Rallwav company In 1905. secretary" in the name of the,'Mexican freedom wherever they wish until sus.

LEGISLATURE, COST $102.168. assumed all obligations of the New nation ..*... -.iw. plctoua syxnptons develop. Up to now.

'J"I. -- York City Railway.company, and he Mr. Root was then presented to each 'over 1600 perosos have been admjtte.l
I"'ama State Auditor Completes HI. Fatal Rebound ef Shotgun. here frost tropical ports under the
; sets forth that the New York CityRaU..a member of the cabinet who aft spoke
Owena Ky.. Oct. 3. The ,surveillance
: Statement. ao. rebound system.
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and Its words of l
; ) company directors greeting and good will.
y ... .,Montgomery Ala. Oct. 3.-
*:;;"statement made up In the office of caused the death of William McGrady, terborouKh Metropolitan to carry out LiVeD ',AS, A MISER. only apparently safe but less onerous

.tt>$ Kto Auditor William \\1'. Brand it aged 53 years. MoGrady was walk Ita obligations. than the former sj-st-i..
'i-1a,shown that the receipts of the state Ins around a tree In the woods of Davies Lander Left Estate Valued I .. .... '
':&i from all uource, during the year which" county" for tie purpose'bf get, PERJURY More Than $35OOOO. FIRE LOSS OF $6OOOOO.
ting a shot at CHARGED TO POWERS.
Closed Sept. 30 were 13,975.450.33. a squirrel. Tbe but of
: e Chicago Oct 3.--A special to the
t; otupared to $3,776.546.94: an inj the gun 'wan resting against his ab- Port
Record-Herald from J' Limon Is Visited Destructive
Alleged of nosba. Wis. by
Slay.r Goebel Is Indicted ,
demon when he !In bole on
;t j*reaee of 198,907.39; for the same stepped a and a New says: Blaze-Loss of Life.

+.t.'tJm. ( last year. Tho dlatbu.mf'nta'f.1 the'Wi'apon won discharged. He felta Charge. After living a n.iser for Mobile Ala.. Oct 3.
Frankfort Kv. more than -Captain
pain In hie. but Oct. 3-The Franklin '
'f.1 $4.007.919.42" abdomen did not
: compared with
and Aamot of the
years accumulating more'than. Norwegian fruit yes
: think much of It until he county rand Jury Tuesday return
t1' *J,379.591.9S: the year before Increase reached his
an I3SU.OOO, lender E. Merrlck sal Bertha which arrived here Tuesday
cd an luJIctment against Caleb Powers died at
fit home an hour later. There he became
S -
Sf;: .J1.47; the excess of
the Home of Strangers In this evening brought news of a dba..
now being acid In, the Goebel
rl" the increase of expenses' over receipts"( J III and died in agony. An autopsy '
city trous are
asaxlnatlon Wednesday.The which yUited Port Lima
case. and
'Ji ...strsustn.nrtThe. . wan performed and It was found others with
old man came to Kenosha.coun- lat.den.'day morning' and entaileda
conspiring together with Intent to
that his pro-
Intestines had been
.,+ year just closed showed from torn. badly% cur.* other to swear falsely I as wit ty In 1340 and lived in the town of ]loss estimated at 1600.000.

9 the convict fnnd moue receipts of Randall until two Four blocks In the heart of the business
{ '' ne a"11 in the Scott circuit court to years ago when the
.} '*4 .3t5.05. as compared to $7G9.YS2.80 .- Cripple Fatally Shoots His Wife. the effect that Henry Youtsey, of New. officers of tbe town found him nearly section of the town .were destroyed
bf'furt .
year Youustown.. O. Oct. 3.--AIcGlnn. port now In the state prison under hair starved and took charge of him and several natives lost their

/ The lathe disbursement Is brought of Hubbani. a cripple, fortified himself conviction of complicity In the Ooebef and his property.A lives !In the burning building
About by the sessions of the 1f'1'
li'( '' lila- with numerous drinks and a revolver rasa. had admitted that he fired tbe guardian was appointed and Vhen, Most of the destroyed buildings
ture. which oovt 'the state with tnepexmal
and upon arriving home shot shot which killed Governor Goebel in the but which the old man occupied d' 'were two story structures. Neither

.J r recess committee the sum ur hU wlfo lit the brenat. wounding berpi : January 1900. The other indicted was searched U O.COO In cash and the shipping nor the manufacturing
t KC.lCfi.S1: to whlea be added .
}{r may ."tmUly fatally though' ph.lclana with Powers area securities' was found. industries suffered loss. Except for
.*.:n .3t;. the of fne Insane '
rmiinilrslon expense "AV .hp b.-II. slight chance of recovering Howardt.. Denton, of Newport 'alawyer George ,, Bid ridge of Rlabmond. a los of about $15.000 In stores by
hospital which sat by apgx Four I1U. former slate senator the United Fruit the foreigners
years age McGinn'sbrother. 1 : Jrnnl.Oentr,, sltas Julia a nephewof company,
!' >> >lntij *' nt of the governor" after tbelectslaturr
'" also a cripple, rut his wife's San. of Lexington and Ds\eCu'h- Merrtck. will receive a portion of were not sufferer by Ibo fire

hnd adjourned. throat and then his own. He died In lug. said .to bo of Kenton county. the estate. The Ore Is believed to base been of
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a penlter.Uc.r) where he wa., serving --- I Incendiary origin It ws fssaed bya
Emperor Suffers from
Vienna. Ort. : Catarrh. a life .nlence for the crime Letter C a.Tie,..' Convention. Free Will Oaptlsts Meet. steady breeze and swept everythingb

-Emperor FrancisJoseph When Thou. M4XJ1un: was Mrmntod Atlanta Oct 3. The Nashville. T.un., Oct. :a-TSie Frey ..r.re It. The natives were panic

i'tL Iii confined to his apartments soon after the shnotlnlPhe prufo* .ed' Delivery Carriers / rural Free Will Ha;>ti..t general conference convened stricken a** refused ts kelp fight Utflames.
at of the
lie) castle! MUiTerlng, tnll1an acute
that hv could hot recall it.Undergoes United States will here Wednesday' : and will be In I I' .
convene In national
attack of ralarrh. The
physician - --. session ten day. Rev.: T. E. Peden.
declare his condition Is not danger Successful Operation. convention In the senate chamber. 1 of .'den.C. Is present and will j Sheriff S. S. Belser Dead.

t 41U9. Georgia state house. Tuesday mornIng Orontgomery. Ala.. Oct. S.-Sberit!
New York. Oct.' 3.-Rear Admiral preside her the deliberations of the I
Oct. X. at 10:30 o'clock:, and will B R. Belser died Tuesday as a resultof
Oen. Lew Wallace's Widow Dies.tVafordsvUI A.' T. Mfthsu. tnvwell known author. bo4y. He Is president.of, the Theological
la.10" '
four ds( .. Iwo I a stroke of paralysis. lie was taapp..t
*.. Ind.. Oct 3.-Airs. Ity 'on naval affairs.' tln"'rw.Dt' a s ir. meetings toeing held each day. Dele. seminar. at ,dea. Represeatatlvas -
good health when be retired
Swan K NVallaet. widow of fjeneralWallDcv. zits) operation recently at the private gate front from e'- > -a'e In the union
every state In the union, Monday nlcvU Later be c aI1)laJaoolof
'Lew died Tuesday night hotpltar association sanitarium In tale from are her
r California front remote his leg'hurtln* }il.. Pretty soon
t4 84. bad areat literary ability, and city. The operation wa entirely a&lO- Alaska, and from will .
Georgia tx IB ae lapsed Into ..DCODSCIou...... from
Assisted her distinguished husband In cessfut and Admiral Mabaa Is said! to attendance. Negro Vster Excluded.
' be New Orleans La. Oct. which be never recovered.
Ills writings. r ix>verlBg rapidly. 2.-Negro'

.... voters are vxcluJed from participation

Damage from trio.d.. In the democratic CetMtltlefi..
c Census Report on Cotton. Election at Msysvllle.eaaysvllle. Turin. primary election for of Cettei
Washington.D., C Oct. -Torrential rslas governor in Janosry next Tais Waanlagtoa. Oct S..acn..u..a
3-Census Ca. Oct. 3.- Tbe city bare ac-
Vjareau reports 1.4a0.25& bales count etoctkm oa the subject of local taxation Croee flooded have been the valley of tbe Caoare. ties ... taken by II.. democratic state department report eate easdttfrrs; eta

mlaed. bridges swept ceatrsl comrnltlftlaleh loot Si aa d7,: acataat 7S.T' em3S.
Jac round bales asphalt-ble.,< ginned for the support of tree scheotsreeuHexl deeUted as

3 from the growth X VIM; u1 tot ..Oeptessker .4 far sad 4 against free .way...aiaalcetiosi; stock. tiroened sad raitnsM, I ase aur. W:>> b* *ib* purpose and Cb.I' *.CBc IIOf'; Tl.' oe s.tu.---

; IStk.r&tt ......, tseerr.pt.d. Tae pop.ttlatloq I" of the primary election Uv,.. I -. IXM; 71.2.9eptes.ber.ttv t.eC

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The :fil :Saturday in October (which is TOMORROW) wed lave- decided forgive 1 10 per cent\;. of f our .

g cash. saj to,' the Orphanage Home at Arcadia, in compliance with. ,the I letter ,of Superintendent B. M. ]Bean,

which- '5Pea red injhe, Gainesville Sun. of Sept. 1 18, 1 907, aqd we will be pleased to have the public co-operate

( this- Our entire stock- of Merchandise of
., .u-i .-L- -J-_- .- with us in worthy cause. ; consisting -- -

:r I'i' Dry Goods. Shoes Hats Skirts. Ladies'. lI e a Jt! -to-- Wear and

i m* m *r i - mmmmmm mm > m .

4..f F f" 'lotions Will be Marked r Down at the Lowest. Figures.. -

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'w Wo have boon reliably. informed by one of the Trustees that there are nine orphans from

AlachuaCouuty in tl,:*. asylum, stud we hope that the public will assist: iw:: in making a J MANASSE South Side Square

good showing! in thin worthy cause Yours Always Ready to Help,. _- Gainesville, Florida

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THE LATEST GOSSIP Delegates. Elected to Attend GeTheralConvention T. F. THOMAS!. i iU'NDER'TAKING

.If ,. TOCONVENE, HERE at Norfolk.An I

Interesting: and well attended i CO.
t meeting of the J. J. Finley Chapter:

'Xeeting Will be Held Some Time U. D. C., was held ,at the home of ..,
Mrs. It:. C. Voyle. 209V.. Ma."nlcstreet. FULL, LIME OF
n.' ; :s.tween Now and December 15. Thursday aft
Jis! ................0 among other business the following

J s 'MANY DELEGATES TO COME York. Oct. 3.-Parkhurst la huge Joke when It comes to National ladles were elected' as delegates to

back. And now Murphy and his Tam. politics. the General Convention of the U. D. ..AGEVTSMONUMENTS. ron
; \ C.. to be held In Norfolk. Va., begin-
All have another
\ The Federation Represents Organ- many following worry; TOMBSTONES
Iced Labor of State, and This Will for while the strenuous reformed may ning November 13:
Should Cleveland fall
to get well. Mesdames J hn1.. Taylor and and .|RQ< FESCES.rwrsee'.ou .
make moat of his trouble for the police .
'.1,' Bring In Neighborhood of Abobt and pass away In the near future .
department- to its John W. Tench and Miss Amelia r samples.Penoost
trying prow what Influence he would have
I Three Hundred Representatives. preliminary
-after all Parkhurat is Adamson with Mesdames Jk M. RIW
Inefficiency to the next Democratic convention : attention to alt mutter lathta
4 Gainesville Is to have the honorable municipal reformer with ers J. Lt. Medlin and W. T. Chesnut
chiefly a would be lost to Mayor Me- lie,. Mail and telegraph orders
distinction. of entertaining ,another especial antipathy for Tammanylsm. Clellan; and without Cleveland's Influence as alternates. nronopUT attended '<).
The ladles manifested a great deal
Bourke Cochran and Tom Grady are
; convention at an early date this being in the way of a recommendation
of Interest and
14*. his particular dislike. enthusiasm at this dalneawllle. Florida.
,"' ':the annual meeting of the State Federation the doughty little mayor wouldn't( meeting.

' ': draw much water for a place on the
of Labor. Now Is the time when Ivens doesn'twant
ticket. A friend in Princeton writesme Smith .
Kirby Meeting.The
The date has not yet been ancertained. to *oa!e *..* Inch of ground. He CHAS. W. DUVAL:
that he understands Cleveland
but the session will be held. has the Inter-Metropolitan interestsIn regular monthly, meeting of
,It la raid some time between. this much the same. state of unrest that would UXe to have, an opportunity to Kirby Smith Chapter United Daughters hoe hop
recommend McClellan for second
4latA and the middle of December the Tom Law son had the Standard 011 of the Confederacy. wa_ held at
';: time to be fixed later. The federation<<: I II people at one' time. The talk Is that place. Of course McClellan wouldn'taspire the home of Mrs. H. H. McCreary. ,

convened In Tampa last year at which I the Ryan-Uelmont crowd wouldn't be higher. 303 E. Liberty street. Thursday after- Near Crawford & Da\ia Livery Stable*.

'Kim It was decided to meet In Gained In session if they weren't much{ dis noon. The meeting was largely attended ,

""villa'in 1907. turbed. Its up to Ivins now to beep "No man you've heard mentioned as usual and two new members
"'There will be about 300 delegates !I at his boring harder 'than ever If he yet." said an senator of the United were received Into the chapter. First-Class Work Done Always.

: Opreajent at this convention from every wants to be ,deemed a real ,bona fide States to me day before yesterday, It was decided to deter the election
t t 'ectlon of the State and representing "Inquisitor:. "will be nominated for the nejt of delegates to the General Convention -
For Best Results]
every trade, and a big time Ms anticl- Presidency. Why Well because U. D. C.. which will be held In
pated. time does such unexpected things. Norfolk In November until a future I
Of course Fire-Chief Croker Is Advertise in The SIID.
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rc meetin
; right. Buildings higher than fifteen Two strong men will be put up: but ; .
Arrived Safe at Richmond. there Isn't the
a name on public
stories can't bo handled! by the department
,. A letter received from Judge II. In the event of a stiff fire. today that It would be safe to gambleon. ..................................
=,dd o(}. Mason by George Mason states If you want my candid opinion
Hut they'll keep on Increasing their
4 that the genial Judge and his good Croker' neither Presidential candidate has yet
4 height nevertheless. may be AGENTS WANTED !I !
wife have arrived safely In Richmond. counted upon to Invent a way to fight been thought of; and Uncoln-llke.! he'll
"Va.. and that the Judge, who has been be no seeker! for the job:*
1 I Trea In MkYtle-ralH"l"s.. II
Indisposed for some time was feelIng

t' a great deal better. ,This will Victor" Herbert tells he In
\ hisfriends The new law that went, Into effect me eagerto TIP-TOI" CONTRACTS[ FOR LIVE: MEN.: !
_, be gratifying Information to work his
) get to on grand opera for
the first of September making It
Renewal Coinnii ion Paid.
'i': here. Hanunersteln. He'll make It the C>>
Illegal fur, parties to b...- harbored an
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crowning work of his and naturally :
t husband and wife unless their status career; -\DJln>:$-

'J In thl
things goasyoupleasetown.
I up .' willing to tackle the task, but the / Manager The Mutual life Iiixuran, ('m of N, Y,, Jaekwarville. Ha,
Ii Hence |plenty nt 1\IHnltlei
We selection' will be mo..t cautiouslymade
are coming to the narrate Andthey're
There la suggestion that
being exploded, Sober, werlon Home ;
young Macka>'e be given the chance;
New Yorker like the refornwtloii -
: UNDERBUYLikewise for he seems to b,. the ablest lyrist,
Inutienxelv. but 1t.1Mrplt shock .

to the ultra liberal "t't.ltd I ollt'rl'a that .IH on lis high for lines Mich a* grand NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE

; a CtIt'hrtt'dpw' Yorker<< tome
A friend of mine railed< ; last night In the Union I I"' Tguocluh
'r trln the other dry to Inquire If .
"Why U It that *o much fuss
a"" he Is for site fur Jamestown ExpositionIt
I looking a an opera
was made over Fairbanks and the '
UNDERSELL house Washington. H.! C, and the
('()("tnll. *hen It la an open secretthat '
informed Mm that heW
Roosevelt like his nip? NubislystSvnts Impreniviirlo
I I.t I to both'r nt all about llooseelt : ( ll ready to build houn*'* In a Depart'ment.The
; is in
# : number of citieshere local Complete Every .
.. The little fellow that buys \ s penchant for 'forty-drops. but*, are prepared to enter Into IImlt"II""I'
I the lc,1| Mowen ur the W C. T. I
.t.: 'one piece of this and one in;i Jo a terrible tolo year ago about ject to the extent of I
laud. On $20O: .0> > lot of land Hammerattlti
' a -)
f' that cannot begin to I Ii'j. M hat and ho \ much Cleveland lux War-Path
pieceof ,
In that will erect n. 9:KHH>0 opera Air-Ship
Llbt'd'' Some sense query .
(< compete with our prices.WE tnirelv I). Hut ,erhaw It arne 'front i house" "_ ,

fit: Kalrhaukm making; too much capital Kol.>)'*. Kidney Cure' will cure an>"
ur his buttermilk tenine.ts' John (h Naval
* case of kidney rouble that I* not beyond Display
*> Carlisle and Henryatten to bo
BUY IN CARSALWAYS medical aid J. W, McCollum &:
4,, heard fromNobod 0.

Will interval: and instruct you. Do not fail to goat
' )' U. taking: VlugejConnor** -

big bet qbout Chauler being the next once.

t SAVE MONEY for ourselves Democratic candidate: seriously .Vo- Feel For beautifully iUutrate l folder, containingdescriptive nl3p-J,
holy In :New" York-be. th \r ee H<>
And customers. vividly hetttoeratlc-imagines" : that Bad << in.Ut.r, list: of hotels etc., write

Ftngey Connors man no matter who

s- he be, could get a khow.In. ConnorsIs FRANK C. BOYLSTON
with -lty asa
not regarded any gn

#1 CAINESViLLEFURNITURE maker or unmaker. of anything livN Wr Ya/r an'trHICK.osr- 7 .. an MOT PASSOSJCI MElT .- ,MaIII'1J'8Jf..AT"IIC a M
>w York polltlcs...'As a boas stevedore
on the great lake be Is a prodigious >1' '

.uec** flaaaclaAr. And b.
J1 C'QMPANY helped! Murpbjr. of Tammany to run I dg's j.itJIlT11S COAST tilE."-.l--

1 rt I 1 things at the last Btat _.I cUoa forth .
D.mocraU "d..t.** Bat, Is*' U a >st a.sts. w M

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Report for Quarter Just Ended Makes I '
FOR COMING GAMP *C**. Very Encouraging. Showing. :- ALL WOMEN
The "Just as Good Kind. Never
.. Receiver Shields'arren of the
Pays. >.' United States land office furnishes the r SUFFER

Bemi.Mnu3J ,Inspection and Mus- If there is one thing more that'another following report of the business. transacted .

4 y Evening. that should aggravate a .M-ii- by that ofnce" for the (1iart..rending I from the same phyaleal urbaD....
ter field on Tuesday respecting person, it Is to be told that September :30 190'. which _u, .and the nature of their ..tia la
any eases quickly drat
the article they ask for at their druggist's will make Interesting; reading to + r the horrors of all klada .( !JamaJ>

INSPECTION WAS GRATIFYING Is not to be had but that they many: I complaint, organ!*troubles. & ..,..
a 1' r can have something "Just as good or Lands sold-Ktft>'.six cunmiuttod lion, falling and displacement. or
Men Responded- to Com- better. The principal reason for homesteads 650203: acres; revenue perhaps 1rr.gularttj or ..uPlM'.t..... ,
Thirty-Five auaing b.olraeh.. ..
nand and Inspector Found UnIforms such attempts at substitution Is either" $ 127. .t>. ISxcess. 6701 acres. revenue and a]..pl__.... f"

"- In Good Con- the desire of the storekeeper to sell S\392. Fortone. timber and _Woven .e.7whe .h.14 re.
and Equipment something on which bet' can make'' stone filings 3:>OOJ>5 acres; revenue mmb r that tha na.di ?, dition-To Leave October 18. $8..:.":. Five ...'t. Jupiter reservation tb. record for the largest a.aabr etf
more money or he hasn't the good MRS. A. M. HAOtRMANN ..,--.1 cure of f sass!. Ula la ,
Company II. Second Infantry Flor asked for. and wants to make a sale" entries. 54970 acre' ; revenue $29087

ida State Troop, the Gainesville of something in Its place. Revenue from sale of preference Lydia E. Pinkbam'svegetable Compound
4 John W. rights. $0976. Received fees and
which Captain Every reader of this
uuards. of paper should ma4* from all 1. .*""l"OOta.DC! h.rbs.. For BOOT than thirty ,ears
Branding Is in command is making bear In mind when asking, for Vlnol. commissions $305.20. Total acreage 14 has been helping woman be strong regulating the faneUona p...- l
preparation for the coming encampment the modern cod liver oil preparation 10619.:* : total revenue $:0839.03. **& sad o..raomlo ", P* *J. I' baa &avj> ZT1 ***** In.aluaWe pr j
very '
One hundred and ninctyet: homestead parlor for ehlld btrtli and the Chaaff. of .. .
which, win1. be held at that it Is for sale In Gainesville at' -
entries 21563: 100 final I I Mr.. A. M. Hajrarsnann. of Day Shor*. L. r.. write* :-Dear Mr*.
with the United States our store only and that It always **
pensacola can Plnkham:- X aufl.rfICI from a dlaplaoeovani, execaalva and painful
Coast Artillery beginning on the 19th be had when asked for. proofs accepted. tl -54 acres I I uioUoB* .* that I had to still moat of thetlan..
The reason Vlnol Is so far superior This report shows an increase of I Lydia K. PSakh....'. Vegetable Compounds. made m. a well woman !
business I{I thai 1 am able to attend. to mr dutlea. I wtah :
t.Captain Blandlng ably assisted in to old.fashioned cod liver oil and for the preceding quarter ofa vry eafferiag woman ,
would try Lydia<* *!: llnkhau1 Vegetable Compound sad.. what relief ;
substantial and the
nature official
the command of his company by First emulsions Is because it Is made by a I I U will g v* them.

Lieutenant Warren and Second Lieu. scientific extractive" and concentrating of with tht the land office. are well natUfied' I Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
W. D. Wheeler two militarymen process from fresh cods' livers Ham
This Increase I 1st due hugely to Women nfferinff from any form of female illness are InvlWd to writ
of experience. Lieutenant :WarTen combining with peptonate of Iron all th"l Mr*. Plolcb.... ai Lynn Maaa for advice Hh* la the Mr*. Ptvkham. who
was transferred from the.Frank the medicinal healing and bodybuilding fact thit necomern from everyy H ha* ben advising sick women free of charge for more taaa twenty
lin County Guards. Apalachlcola, elements of cod liver oil but tlon of the United States thrift ....t. I gars, and before that she assisted her mother-in-law Lydia 1:. Pink-
tier, Florida and taking In sdviataQ Thtrefor she 1. w.U
where he served with efflctejMgfj bile no oil. are coming to especially quaUAed to guide
sick women back to health.AB'PAct .
Lieutenant Wheeler is a gcaUuatMk4 As a'body-bul1dt'r and strength-cre advantage of securing bj homestead !

formerly an officer at East Florida ator for old people. delicate children, entry tract of t..rUJ.1l1tl*.1
adapted to every clans of horticultureand .. ..- "
Seminary.On weak run-down persons after sick
Tuesday evening the company. ness and for chronic coughs, colds agriculture, with the result that

which has been vdrllllng 'regularly: bronchitis and all throat and lung tiie State Is rapidly I becoming; filled up
with this desirable clans of settler, & REALTY COMPANY
twice a week fof the past month, troubles Yinol is unE". celled. j
held the 'semi-annual inspection and No one wants an old fashioned cod
muster. The inspection was well attended liver oil preparation c>r emulsion after IXzxoox-3x>jra tall
men responding delicious Vlnol. Try It. J
hero, thirty-five once tasting
Value to Here in E. E. VOYLE MGR.
to the command. The Inspectionwas If it falls to benefit we will return Special Many ,

conducted by the commandingofficer your money.. "", M Johnson. Druggist Gainesville.One Abstracts of Title and full) information furnished regrdlnc land I* Skis t
enuniy. Our has lived .In Ibis .0ab'l thirty and
manager years
his lieutenants and the Gainesville, .Fla. 4
and of the most notable discoveriesand
le thoroughly aonversant with land titles.PIKE. ,
soldiers made a very creditable -_-_- I one that undoubtedly appealsmore e J'.

record. their uniforms arms and accoutrements FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.Interesting than anything else to
I II many people r
a* a rule being found II I here In Gainesville Is the combination .EJ_ EsrY'LE 8

In first-class condition. I Services Will be Held atThis I
of stomach remedies In the ;
There was also an Inspection of Church Next Sunday.In Miona treatment. This prescriptionhas venting n bomber of prominent., A..rto.b and EbglUh eompaalee >'. .

tie Micanopy squad consisting of commemoration of tlui return to worked wonders, and there la always REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS. .

fifteen men. which was conducted by duty of the pastor. Rev. S. O. Rogers, no excuse for anyone rttfferirg Ga.:1c..e8: ::: t..11e F'1.or:1.da: .' "1'f. '

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Sergeant Wm. P. Welch. Sergeant who has been so long absent on account with indigestion or weak stomach --- -- "'-' - ---f.:

Welch reported everything satisfac of illness which Incapacitatedhim It acts specifically upon the muscle ESTHER 8. JORDAN. w. w. JIAMVTON. s

for work, there will be a grand of the stomach and bowels strengthening !
tory.For the past two weeks Captain rally day at the First Baptist church and stimulating them so that J
Blinding has been Instructing his men Sunday when friends of the churchare they readily take care of the food that

in picket duty and In this line they cordially invited to Join with the Is eaten It also increases the flow of

have become very proficient. membership in this rally. gastric juices thus" getting from the

The following order ha been issuedby Services will be held at 10:30 a. m. bed the nouilshraent that Is necescury -

Commander Blandlng: and 7:30 p. m. Pastor Rogers feels for l<.'Kith tad energy. ,

Armory Co.'H.' 2nd Infantry F. S.T., that he will be strong enough at The mptomH of Indigestion lire PORTE B1OCK GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA

Gainesville, Fla. Oct. 1. 1907. these services to at least resume the numerous, Much as flltttreMH, after cat.

"Order No. 13. pulpit work and he desires every ing, flatulence heartburn, sick r 'ad. Fire Life and Accident aof :- ass
the church and his friends companies
"'J 1. In accordance' with' G. O. No. 11. member aches, dizziness and Irritability. .... .. .. . ... '-'-_'-- 1
this --- ---- - - --- -' -' -- -- -
A. (1. O. C. S., this company will take to join him In great rally-day I These are all dispelled by a few dosesof
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part in the coast defense maneuvers service Ml-o-na when the trouble Is recent

with the U. S. Coast Artillery at but just as surely in long standingand
Pensacola. Fla.,- beginning October Wanted-Hardwood Timber. chronic canes If the treatment l It f, f

19th. This will necessitate leaving The Drown-Jenings Hardwood Com- followed- for a reasonable length of You Are Insured.. ai

Gainesville on October 18th. Orders pany of Lake Butler Florida are 1 time. ..

covering this movement In detail will In the market for large quantities of So positive are the good effects following .

be issued at a later date. *" hickory white oak and ash timber. the use of Ml-o-na that the __ Iu a Company lust .is H>.iwm.ible, tI.| ... a .uIIClI Corraelly .to

'II. All member*of the company .They offer to buy it either In the remedy In sold by J. \\ McCollum A: Written With Liberality of J'oliejr Contract: and the Company
that J..,.... I ;
sawed into plank. Now l'ys
will be required to attend these exercises log or an absolute guarantee to \ 'i01I1&1J
unless granted a furlough. All the price of pine Is. off. this is an refund the money if It should fall to .. U
for sawmills to work-on d.
applications for furlough must be opportunity cure. You Are
lumber In which there Is a profit as -. .-_. .-. ---
made addressed to
In writing and ,
we are offering fancy prices for such Work Progressing.The -- ,
the commanding officer of the Second
tie serious loss can overcome you without you have soma 4
This also affords the That no
lumber. In various sections t
Infantry Orlando, Fla., and handed street gangs
teats refog 1
with _
or nailed to me Immediately. All men. who are equipped of the city are keeping well occupied ,
members not excused and who fall a chance to get out logs at a good now. Many Improvements arebeing ,

to report will be tried by court mar figure. road In the matter of nllliiK In and Health lusiiraoce. ;
tial at the conclusion of the encampment , For full Information regarding depressions and other repairs, About Fire Life Accident qe
prices etc. address the most Important at thin time now ,

III In addition to the regular uniform Drown-Jenings Hardwood 'Co., however, its far H.. magnitude Is concemed. None but llwllsbl <;om.,slll.. Ftepr..ut.d i

and equipment Issued to each Lake Dutl r. Florida. << is the paving of Kant Main I/ .
man which will Include qne Kahkl colored _tr.et.Vork began on this thoroughfare I t '

flannel shirt, all members win be Mrs. McCormlck's Display.The two or three days ago, ami In A- JMC. CUSH .AN"

required to supply themselves with fall millinery .opening of Mrs. progressing nicely The material lined : ( 8.1

the following articles: At least one P. T. McCormick 106 West Main Is crushed rock and gravel. the same ) Information cheerfully famished. UAINEHVII.I.K:. FLORIDA 1

-xtra shirt, either flannel or cham- street S.. which began yesterday and as was employed In the constriction
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t>ra\" .one black necktie two suits of wlll continue throughout today Is one of West Liberty street which: U said '
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In .. .
held -
attractive ever be "urabJf''f'd Liberty . - ' -
mrlr-r clothes, three pairs socks, two of the most to very ..--- -
fairs' shoes one of which must be I the' city and all day during 7nlE'rdquntil uas been constructed for nearly two :

russet leather. No low-quarter shoes 9.-. clock In the evening, the years, and has been subjected to hard I ,
will" be allowed. Also two towels one store was thronged with ladle wsoadrahed usage, and the thoroughfare today IN 4 r FaySholesTypewriter

t tUnkt-t and necessary toilet articles the attractive styles. In flr -<-J.IIII condition

hue uniforms will not be taken to The windows. were also handsomeedecorated _

amp and no white collars cuff : two elegant; bust form barIng Justice Colmsn's Court..

etc win be required. The articles a tendency to attract a great Jim Jones a colored man w". arraigned 1 r

mentioned above will of course Include many. In Justice Colrnan's court
During.the day music l was furnishedon of larceny of clothing
those worn by each soldier and upon the charge
-Hi not be In addition to what is"orn the piano by Joseph iwpre- w ho..la from another negro. but the evidence AC&. OW'.EJJtJE'J

a flue performer against the man ws IN flimsy that t I TUB HE.MTMACffl.1i t'

'IV Copies of this order furnished Justice Colman ordered him 4I...- : ilk TilE Mali MET "r

*o members will be retained by them- Notice to Our. Custom.rs.We cbarged. .

f reference. AH shelter, tent rolls are pleased to announce that HUH Tabulator y

% ..1 l be! Inspected before leaving for Fole/'. Honey and Tar for coughs, Commissioners' Adjourned.After UnlYfft5Al[ HFTOOARD I -ON

ap: > and no excuse for failure to colds and lung troubles is not affectedby a busy two-day session, the Every MuchlDe.LIjht ;

rely] with Par. 3 of this order will the National Iur Food and Drug Hoard of County Coorrnlestoners ad

aecrptr.c]" law a* It contains no optlat e or other Jaurned Wednesday aflernooa. but ., 'Kuoalsjil' The
text for the i *.t lih."I. Lhlh&#
and we recommend It will meet again Monday
harmful safe remedy for children andadult parpo of remising the ,trntnty tax il Chmploa' Hp** Outlaw Gonzales Kilted.AntoalOi a* a '
.. J '\V. McColhjna Co books, as required. t y* UwNoSecrets U+. the .'a8bo')10". r7Hh lee lau -
Tex. Oct. 3.-A ?pem *
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Gfcad&tajara.) .11f'sldJ Jtpatch's say ,- -- -- -- -- -I .. .if any

received here cone .. . "'="" .............
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a'ton of the death at lo.e han1.. a....4wejm--..e._ -- .. .. For Sale by. . ,
< of Catarln Gcnzal *. a fcoitfaw : J
Gonzales ercouaitrMjT'fery -s.... i. iE'. ......'.....'-- ; ..... I & CO. Jacksonville Fla.W>
...s 11- and. C. DAVIS
folViwtnr' a raid .. S ofc- R. ,
t t" ,.., ___ flit. ."",... .::::: := =. x
!: ,, he and .. sacs-
e rR6t lcllowed. '
which p.'I"If-,... ...... J s. .s4.. .0.-:0... II
t- anal o, hIs men fell dead sad otl .N : .. ......, .t1))< tI.:0:- .

S mortally: woad .

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>1 .. e THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE; P FLORmXVffcffrBEIl) 4';, _1907OP wa 5

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'JJf COUNTY Dynamite. Ceirry It fr i
lgobbers ? t ftoem te nEarly
.. (/ Children thrive' err FI.... >,
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'v<\ 7.)>l1. Blackwell of Fairbanks was a on SCOtl J oEmulsion. Odessa Oct J--A train having onboard )
more than 200 passenger was
ttralnesa\ visitor to this, city yesterft -
"aa,.! It held up Tuesday night by a band of
robbers who opened the mall car by Morning
Mia, Estelle Deal: has" returned from is concentrated
:'a" pleasant, visit to relatlVea'X and explosion set the car on Ore
nourishment in
>:J friends at Cedar Key. i and tbe flames comtnunlcated to a Comfort

W. T. Jackson woo owns a "niceIbome'.on easily digested 2' crowded passenger fcr 1Jth1... result ..

'' Wauburg Lake was .%usl lvisltor l- i.i form. Their ialti that s.eeral women and 'cafl- Open your sleeping-room winjows-;let

j'n- to this city yesterday. dren were badly burned before.. they in the crisp fresh air -but your room t
1 .
1 Mr*. Lydia HUbbard of,Jacksonville improves after a. could escape. / need not be cold while dressing-- -a
y While the robbers were tr.lncto
:fraud lira. J.;ft.fWIlls'of! Wllllston. after taking it a short Mow open the safe 1n the'mall car touch of'a' match and the Welcome heat

a pleasant viUta their brother O,C. time. It is the they wire attacked by gendarmes. is radiating from the. ,-
:Tonaey hay. t tumed to their re
i Several on both slides were wounded ,

pective.homeerJryfends greatest child- but the robbers escaped: PERFECTION
of' >I. A. Waif are glad
food in the
Jfcb tt "'iio him out again after severaltaaya' Educators Hold Meeting.

:! ) conflnement at the Odd Fel- world. Athens. Ga. Oct. :3.-On November7th '

"jawr Sanitarium from the effects of ALL DRUGGISTS iSO and 8th, In this city, the' Southern Oil Heater

:'iF.llght. ,surgical operation. *. AND $1.00. t Association of Colleges.and Preparatory
CEqrofppcd" wltM Sssolkeleg. ne"tee
Schools will bold Its annual
iti.o: 'M. Wright for several years
.ngaised In the mercantile' businessbut session. There will be fully fifty For heating the bath-room quickly iI'. 'a great convenience, and will
. eminent educators In attendance, the make the dip glorious in the *
now making his beadquart-- morning a* as
fn Lakeland was among; those Death of Aged Minister. meetings be> tg held: with the unlverslty Now it's breakfast Gme -make the room coq and cheeriul-your

Woo'spent yesterday* in Gainesville.fy Ilev. Alexander Depose, colored. of Georgia. All the leading breakfast more enjoyable and start the day without a shiver. The Auto-
colleges of the south will be, represented -
about 75 years of' age who was taken malic Smokeless Device prevent all smoke and smell
Rail Sheffield for a long time a at this meeting as well as
with a stroke of paralysis at his homeon and makes it impossible to turn the wick too high or
t resident of this city where he walt a number of the more prominent hlgschools. ;/>
-Thursday morning. September 26. loo low. Cleaned in a minute-burns 9 hours with
connected with the clerical departJBient .
died on Thursday morning, October one filling. Finished in Nickel, and Japan. Every
of the Atlantic Coat Line spent '
3rd. at fifteen minutes to 9 o1ock. Chester guaranteed. __
[ this city.
yesterday with friends in Booker Washington's Colcnles.

,:afr.."'Sheffield is now living in Jackrsonville. Rev. DeDose was the oldest minister Birmingham. Ala.. Oct. :3 t-< over The Lamp CM .be ass in any rs m-
01 his church 1 1ndo. .IL,.....
In Florida, was proml- tions In Darbour and Bullock counties; *wd feel Ur
rent and loved bj'all. and was a
'r? ,Note the new advertisement, of Tha consisting of 18.000 acres to Internal Earner-brighl IieJ.t al MO.... AUolvtely .d!.. AH p.,.wlcln.d. ;*
Gainesville National Hank In thla Issue living example for aW those whom he Revenue Collector O. F. Thompson, f Made .! ...-. wckd flrtj. Every km*wamutoJ.Ml . U

> As the figures will show, this I I lead He had held all of the Import- of the Alabama, district, tor'l162.000. ,.. fri UM Ra y. .....r P.rfcctao. Oil .hUatar ITOTI J..
...tlacUtutlon has progressed wonderful- :.appointments. one'the..Oalneevllle wbo. It Is understood Is acting for ...&.?. write to*ur Mar.t aeeacy (or'eWnydvc eimW.

'. since Its eMtabllsh/nent.' which l is district* and was at one time the Booker Washington.. It Is said tq, STANDARD OIL (OAtlANY> c
presiding elder of his church. He was be Washington's Intention to establish ' -
ridence of a liberal and up-to-date
widely ,known and will be greatly I colonies of nerraes on the land
w management.PfTno
missed i nearly all of which Is under a high ,
*. ,P. Hilton and Miss Mattie E. state of cultivation. *
The T. F. Thomas Undertaking Co.
two well,known young people
has charge:of the remains.. and the
,., this city, were quietly married at funeral will take place today at 1 Victim of Bomb Is Dead. of E"' c.
kMethodlat T, r
by Rev.
parsonage r'zaeu
o'clock jrtarp. from the Mt. PleasantM. Baker City. Oct. 3.-Harvey K.
Nixon. Wednesday evening. The '
ex-sheriff of Baker
E. church. Friends will be accommodated Brown county
laze came a* somewhat of a sur- died Tuesday afternoon of wounds

to many of. ,their friends, but received in a bomb explosion at bia
Join 'In extendingheartiest con Deceaied,4iati' the father of Prof. T. :,front gate at 10:48 o'clock Monday .

litfons.I' E. DeDose of Unioit Academy and his night. Drown is the man who, ,arrest o d LOlit
friends and 'those of the family deeply GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.
!. most cases consumption results ed Steve Adams on a charge of mtir :
t, a neglected Improperly' treat0Old. sympathize wfttt tb m. derlnga claim jtunper In IUsJiolj; ..t14to'lfbe GRAHAM BUILDING.

; Foley' Honey and Tar cures last six months had been ''engaged

f most obstinate coughs and pre- Alabama Board of Examiners.Montgomery. I In detective work for tai 'ate,'oIdaho. J WE HAVE FOB SALE-

t'serious' results. It coots you Ala.. Git. 3.-'rhe 'I' &;
;'more than the unknown prepara- state board of medical examiners, Railroad, on Grove htn+et; lot 6Ox90 feet. Price 1945.00.

aa '!nd you should insist upon bar- which Is also the 'state committee pn 60T ,HIS HAIR I BA01we. Ond four-room house in North (mine(Ville, with lot 110x100 fwt. Price,
, In the yellow public health. !I. gathered in Montgomery I I $-kSO.OO-.ten per cent down flO per month until paid for. House rents
the genuine pack for .
$o er.nioiith.
for the of examining
>.,._J. W. McCoVlum A Co. purpose! rfetlr salt Wte.i .. It.rt.4
ivsidence loci in all and Kxl Inca.tion
dtylimit high < -
Tweiity-tlvc dry cr
applicants for the practice of medicine .
.... ..
t. U. Aewbre'p u. I
x._ fronting on nice struct; electric lighto city water and all the ... -
and to look Into the' health of Ute "
WILL ORGANIZE SOCIETY. Frederick 'Ifanuell. Marylaa fclsesta tags to 1.., had in the city. Prices ranging from f75.0O to f .!."). -ten
state under the' broader plan Peat if Butte Montana bought a bottta of N4Jw.\ per cent clown, $10 per month. -

made possible by the Increased appropriations bro'a Ilerptdde. April. 'IS,. ji4 began te- PLACE YOUR PROPERTY WITH US in to
oting People/ef Presbyterian Church use It for entire'baldnesav The hair feI-S we are manage
Till meeting Is vir |
by aaino after the inoHt-approved and uuMlern methot1
holes loAm .
la scalp were not.dSSkd ant l
Meet for That Tonight.
Purpose of nvw law
tue that by
a was adopted
30 I
dars he had balr. all o.er'fcls bead. I
'.1'A11 the young people belonging to the last legislature and the work doneIn On July he write*. Mand today toy hair''

,congregation of the First Prenby- the way of examinations has been Is mm thick and -luxuriant. aa_ any ene
church who are sixteen yearn heretofore in the hands of the county could wish." Newbro'* Rerplofde works The Thirty-Feurlh' Year .f
ors an old principle and with a new 41e-
,and above are 'Invited to attend boards.
eo".I7-d..troy oaue and you remove
: social at the residence of ()r. J. S. London Doctor. In Convention. 'the effect. Jlerptclde dcetror the

ford this (Friday) evening. at London, Oct 3.-The change the germ that causes dandruff' falling- hair Miss TebsaH's Boarding and Day School
and finally) baldness so that with the
o'clock. A society will be organized practice of mrdlcttie! Is undergoing oauce gone the ff remain.

tth( |* gathering the object of which : was Inn keynote of several addresses Stops falllnr hair. l\t.nn..s a newarowth Opened September 16, 10O7, at 8:3O a. _m.
.tart Bold
by leading
if to-' promote fellowship among! the made by leading London doctors at dru rl.tii. Bens lOr. ) for
,. o.l.n stamp sample NO. 800 WEST'MAIN STREET S. :-: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
,infer members of the rongrrgu* the opening Tuesday of the winter to The JItrplclde Detroit. Mich.

and to Interest them In the work session of the medical schools, con, Two slses-* ceAta and 1100. -

,'bringing others! into the life, wor- Pt'dt'\l wltn thee Ixiiuion hospital The J. 8. Bodiford Co; Special Agent mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmESTABLISHED

lip' and activities of the church.1,1t''ba speakers said the day wall (coming: . . ; =
- -- -
: hoped that all thuIP'who have when the doctor In private practice
and be, replaced b>' E 1869
'personally notified and Invited would disappear j South Florida -
health officer whose work E ==
i "
*I be prevent, and that all those -t=
would 1U+ In the pr'ntl.m more than

I ible Mon: to and rneniberiihlp..asked. to who route could will not at, la the cure--of -disease.Napoleon- Bonaparte--. Normal. . Institute. . E F. BUTTON & CO. aI

battle'of -- -
A Card. Showed" at the Austerlltz.

'This. to certify that all druggists air lie was, the grrntfst leader In the RAISE YOUR GRADE-That raises ---
refund If world' lUillard'a Snow Liniment has
Ised to
your money salary. The South Florida
ley' Honey and Tar fa IN to cure shown the public it Is the best liniment your

cough or cold. It stops theheals in the world. A quick cure for Normal Instltutq will give. you the

'. the lungs and prevents rhHiimntlsm. sprains, burns vuts, etc. best help in raising your Krade. ISea I Is dINCotton I

.* results from cold. Cure lape A. C. Pttt' nocle8 1\. 101\. says: "I

> cough and prevents pneumoniaconsumption. use 1 ,lIard'. Snow Liniment In my South Florida Is the wealthiest and

aDd Contains no optaus.{ family and Mud It unexcelled for sore most progressive part of Florida. It

The Is In a yellow package. chest heAdncluconis., in fact for '
genuine pays the beat salaries. 1t01l.want i
substitute J.Y.. McCollum anything! that can be reached by a GAINESVILLE, FLA. -
Refuge a food school in South Florida attend -

Co. ._ _ liniment," Sold by W. :M. Johnson. the South Florida NormaL .W/1IJ11WJYW1Y/YWJ1UlIlYW'/ W.qJWJMiUWiU W i1

S* Mr. CoUon Improving. for further particular* addressP.
Refuses to Give Concerts. ,
"$5 A letter received by The Sun from : W. CORR. A. 0.. Principal, I'
Florence <>< t 3- Itrrlco TOKC!': :H. Send Us Your
:\Battle Cret-k." Mich I under date of tbe italiAn I'I'"it! w to can Kept :. '. -----Dade City. Florldgai sss ; Next Order_ for Job Work"oI

: S. Jember: 30. from Perry M Colson. was married In London to the Conn I. _.- ,- - .. --- ..,... '. .,. .... _. -- .
!bea'r* the Information that his condition ess Monllgutxto.f\ dUt'reed wife -

': Is very much Improved and that Crown.Prloce of S sony now K.I'>

'"b. expected to have Ilattle Creek on Fr Hjerlck Aufust of Saxony ha* r> \ ,. .

that" day. Mr. CoNon says In fart: fused an offer marie him by a )laai! est Bank in Central Florida"R.

filf "You may stop sending me The Sun, burg msnagrr to It''re Are concerts fot

rt have appreciated' The Sun \eryjinucb |J,4<'0. saying h* hal not marred l I

a* it
home every day. ment' ___ __-_ R. F. DUTTOH :z :" M! DUTTON DANKCapital : : : hftof'JNrated
I '
, ' ..
'i f eip ct to stop at Lexinicton.'Ky? Henry E. Jones ot Tampa. Fla.. & CO.BANKERS. t, K. a,*
t r a few weeks nnd think I will reachme I. C. W CHASE.
writer: I can thank God for my present .I
C. W CHASK.Ui I Paid $75,000
about NotentWr: 1
> try health, due to Foley's Kidney' TiooiU. ,.. "P. DUTTOX.J The Dutton
proved In health; Cure. I tried doctors and all kindsof K. IlNOO.GAlftESYILLE.. FLA. . l B1
.t ilr Colnon.h" has beets sufferingthe kidney cure, but nothing done memuch ... .'iasr..a -' BaokA
or more, went, to lat.bllelier: J. O. ICttoLS.
past year
I took
good till Foley's KidneyCure.
attle Creek last June. rinse .. COUNTY and CITYDEPOSITORY &..THOMAS..
'. Four bottle cured mt>. and I 1878 I il07

} have uo more pain in my backand K.TaOatAS..'
for Ovsr Sixty Year shoulders. I am 62 years old. and suffered .

Hsi \VlnloW 'Soothing Syrup ha* long, but thanks to Foiey's Beak wheel ........ .. .... p.ie..w tier ta.n tier a qMrtar .. e.wy get k.m lea... tbraig<.it :a.. 'eser JIIw.

', used tor 'caUdren** teethmg.' It Kidney Cure I am .well and cat!talk CI....a kisatlVili4. L wrl.ew Fw.s...titilia. ....,.s ap.rara ...,kii ...sid.:. ,

... tha>',AOd. ;swttoM.U. cumsv: aad ...soT myselfIt i* a jp......,.., 'to'Ia' C II IIIJt ",, 'r""A .1" ; .. ,;" ,. ,-' s "iV,1:::- r. .1.t?
vr'rlla ai/ v.. J'
sty W.arnad :: ta t --- -





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"pAl t.vylt PRESIDENTIAL -
FORECASTS. rat1t! I In apt to be. not the selection

sun -Av fir a man for the Presidency, but the

'- The Sun's Washington correspondent nainfu '''of a mau strong enough to
writes as follows of the probable be Tr\ani
s running mate and that "
Oflte .. Galnssvt l..Vls.. candidates WOMEN "WHO
petered at >Pat for President and man J- likely to be Johnson of Ohio SUFFER

_...-..s..uca'HI'. Vic., President : r If he U successful In his mayoraltyNlectiou FROM ,.

"The Chicago Tribune recently completed or Chanler of New York. *
MART: i--.JBlo* and Pablteher.JcSStlS. .
11-u. : i* political |toll of the countrywhich

Bt1B ..*-*'-." ........CUj Editor. has brought out some very Interesting !I It |I'4" announced that* Senator- Till SicK Headache

facts. At the present time man is, going to San Francisco to deliver Y
5q ;:;. pRLWIT1-..:. Sot. mpoaln Rooms. the preponderance of Republican a lecture on the Japanese. question -

d. oFFICB'' PORTER WX>CK.; sentiment is for William II Taft for \\'f" trust nobody sees any connection SHOULD USE

W.Mala Street 6. T M HOJ .43. President-provided Roosevelt declines between this announcementand ..
11IO to be a (candidate Fairbanks. tht
sending of the battleship to
+ ";c,r>Al: ..v SPi.pobiianed ewry morning-ez- Knox. Cannon, and Cortel>'ou. held in the I'at'!I\c. 1;
-J joday,delivered by carrier la the city ortTTlnJ .
high esteem by
party men everywhere ..
to any part of the United Statea.postage: -
t Zee,forty a year; $ ...so B*.& moatia
jvoathstorao; oats fr fir eeka-atrictly In while Oov. Hughes of New York but "'.' do not understand just how n c R i

.....Dec. who Is as yet little known in the political the President expects; to prevent. fully o Y. I
world; overtops them all The
Reading In local column: 10 cents a llnor Illustrated articles on his LouUlaim,
| first insertion! and 3 cents: for each: additional most astonishing thing is that LA 10"01- \Oar.huIII by merely excluding reportera .

fcuertion.lUtef lette, that prince of radicals, bids from the hunt. ,
'or'display advertising'made known onimplication. fair to become stronger than they. - For Permanent Relief 1
I -
: __ ______ ______ _mjlt From this It appears that radicalism! I' HUtSiint] acts the Liver. It wU! cur COMSTIPA- -

Twice-a-Weeki 6an U an eight-pace forty. while not JoIO violent now as it has TICN. DYSPEPSIA.dlcatJl'w A AND CHILLS. U anUr.lv tr. .

cchuan paper,pnbllahed every Monday and been. Is still exceedingly strong and I SERMONETTES I from all poisonous mineral' substances. and Is composed solely of ",
Tbnrsday. and contahaa ail the new of the healthy and the conservatives' at this "-- NGIIRS3. Especially adapted for weak and wary
It, wrek, local. State and geneAl. and will betisilctl. constitution; strengthens the w/saksned glands and organs; checks
writing appear to have: : but little t.how. PV J. MVRV1X NICHOLS all of
\ postage free to any part of the United derangements the human body.
Taft BO far. ba'kt"d"by the efforts and
5lste or Canada for$i.oo a year-in advance. CURED HER SICK HEADACHEMrs.
eulogies of the administration has 'I Are ;you determined to be a beast
All.dvertl.ing'billa ,become due after Entppeara.ce had rather smooth sailing. But there of burden Seals' Cameroa. Centrally ATenne. Tvntnle.,, .: :'
: of .d rtlaelDent. unleaa otherwise I Texas writes: "I find HBRBINBciree tn.qmickrsliei. \
stipulated in contract. Parties not known to na have been no determined efforts In I 1/1Iread I/" only I the self.made hell and take plcasttr ia recommending It to all .}

will be required to pay for advertising in ad- his yialf except In his own State- There- none other women who snffcr hem sick headache." I
Address. TUB DAILY SUN. Ohio. The Politicians of the great''! :
ThrouKn the ages the cry lies been
G1Nuvu.L. ... Fir States of New York Peuusyh"anla. '
. "God give us men!" Flay Cents A Bottle Avoid AU Sobstiiolea '-
- --
Wisconsin, Indiana, and Illinois have I "
There is little question that the their own axes to grind and he will Any tilt Is pious enough to lie a Ballard Snow Liniment Co.St.
professor of religion .
Pennsylvania grafters deserve capitol have a pretty hard row to hoe when I

junlshment. his campaign In those States reached I An oppressive religion; is nevermore Louis. U. S. A.

an active stage Without the support than xkln-deep. .

Egypt reports a fine corn crop., of tiKfee States hit case Is well I He neither it fog nor a Hourbon _fL .L9r! n :

Strikes us as sort of familiar that fam nigh hopeless) though if Rooseveltcan This Is no age for that SOLD AND ,

ine-relieving corn crop L In Egypt., force the New .York delegationto :I The opinion of the majority Is always -. w :11x: JOHNSON
Taft it will be a stronsr factor In the best thought of the race. .' ; I
Some women's uumpie*lone "don't nis favor. Hut In New York Hughes
Some men's chief interest lies In the '
show their age for the'elmple-reason must be reckoned with, and he Is a '
fact that you never understand them. ;
that their age doesn't show through. I man who cannot be: dictated to. He G. S. MERCHANT & CO.
Inordinate ambition and a smattering ,
has his State behind him. and should

What the Arizonians need to, do to he Intimate to the delegates that he knowledge always start RstaiUra and Jobber la ;;
something, ,
nave themselves from. a great pest !* would like them to consider him. .

to encourage race suicide among tbe Roosevelt, Taft, and everyone else For God sake, why Is It a man Is
rabbits. would be thrown overboard. like a sponge when be happens to Staple and Fancy Groceries r

"That Bryan Is all-powerful and a drop into tbe pall pf prosperity! ,

Wall Street may be going to_ the man to befeared Is evidenced by the y '
.rain' la rrfan Seed.. aNd Fertilizers. ,
efforts of the President's friends to ,
devil as Hetty Green asserts, but we

'wager It's only for a tip and on & have the Republican' nominating convention PILES SOUTH HIDE BQUAIIE.: i UA1NK8VILUC. ',.OUII>. I .
return ticket. held over until after the
Democratic convention when It will Highest marks price paid for Ghlsksns. K..i and olh.r Prtxtose
The automobile will soon discover be known who the Republicans will

It has a riyal In the field when the have to contend with. They take tbe ;;!.bs.s yHv en.sd.r.d 1..s Ap'11 with 1 pt\:,..a for.thlrysl..kla.Cues,-, .A Complete stool of flay. Corn, Dais, Flour Bran Most., Outlon H..d M..al ,
toreo..ety silos. 111 u.. .... ., ...,:::2r
so s..Y l and Bj.. We handle only the VERY BEBT goods at aha LOW. t
that Roosevelt Is the U.. ..
gridiron begins to yield Its annual ground only b.a.n I. d1.spp.sr sad Il. and saww
did rosbl. :: : ERT .: and
shy .I $ r. I PRIOK8. gnarantee satlsfsetlon .1..,.. \
.... ._...... .. .seir.lr.unasad
man who can beat anyone the Democrats du. I .m ,:
harvest fyt
of casualties.
'_III .....__. 0_... It..,..........,_..U.

There are other things that Senator I that if may'Roosevelt nominate should and be nominated they fear 0 best For VfOAKO-PfD'Rt: : RAilROAD co( : 'k :

Foraker would doubtless! enjoy more In advance of the Democratic selection. Thtt Oowela i mi

than tbe suspiciously unanimous in. Uryaii will be the man to go

dorsement of his course by the Demo against him. and In that event Ilryan's Seh.rlale Efl.etiv., Ar,11 IDI1d. i
principal argument would be against __ :0'
crats. 1 e IMOtiiattta/tff0? ..:- -=
a' third term for any President. In .
No. I No a Nn. 21 No. No a Nn .I.NYalioif.1 I "''Go .
With Mr. Taft assuring the Japan that,' event a short campaign) would he.in Usur [h"a Ural, l>ai', .. I $" TATIoNV 0.11 ...J"". ralr I I14 a.aAM .s W

favor of the Republican party. HUD _.. two ..
that -- -
ree "America 1I
and Japan always
"It is also said that Judgeark..r n acans Psis .bl.. P,>t- t T ...n>vxl ne.1)1.v. I tl.-I.-I----- t'Y; I--I'N; ,ice. MAM
will be friends it looks as If the yel- :r '. W. k. Orip.p < tt. n..J:::N.v,nf I Leave Le... I.rsvs Au.. Ar1/. Arrives
a or
low was has designs on tbe Presidential (chair .old In balk a.T .. ....!.. '.!,!.. .......... UUO. "tl() 1110 to U,. H........ s Mt I I.. CU) CnAr.l.
peril less substantial than ,and tasnnu.4. .. ssre or ,.or noa.r b..lI.al. Aries Ar. fI J t ..Arn..1 lviu' .. IL. . ...
that his New York friends' are ...... fA fA ... J'liuwtlae. I'a'M. f 1 WI 10 A' rJS
the yellow press. ..ID." Co..Chicago or' N.Y. ja) L. L. 1 It A' '
earnestly working for his nomination. IT 1 t IIr Ar.rI\: Msrojunelloo . 1 it 1 CI.1... ar.t I..
AlIUIL SALE TEN WLUON MIES AIIM A.11O Ar.4) __ "'.rr. . .. .. I... .f. .. ,") 1.C.30Arlo
-- -- --
If Pt'ary-and'V UmaA They bt'lIpy.that thn wave of radicalism .u M. at Al a et . .Uswl4oa hiatus.. .I.. t rr/ .. i .. a) I.. a N
keep this .. .. .. . -
ort of thing is now receding, and that by --- -"- C M>nv..tlo0 ea0. at Itowllna' I'arfe f..r.U "a''.. to end from /l.. Hah sad l'.rr,, sad. a*
much the
going longer tbe time the National campaign (ton and Mayo Junollon fur Ma*... Alton sad ...1I1.t.rn..d''.to i..lniafor
President will get disgusted and simply as -::irk REVIVOREITDRfl Information ss to vat>....>\lun* tithetb.rtin.'i'beO.V.rail toa ioi>.*al !'_a..f
Parker: as u conservative, will bt die Agent'I 147 Ix-wln Uulldlna. ...*. Oak.1IIUMAM .
go up and nail the flag. to the VITALITY IX>WLIN North Pole himself. most available man for the Dernrv l.tya O.a r1...Klu.. a'

crate to nominate and go up again, .. - . .
the Republican They are however "NaO. a

The saloons In Orange, county all making a big mUtake. Ikenuse the W..M.IIIf ..
It ned up shop on the night of September -
i hibty hue and cry against the corporations -
30th, pending the wet and dry THE Me."
his: somewhat subsided Is 110
(tctlon on October'8tb.. It In not G1rA m Z't
sign that the radical are toning their
M-nliablfl that they will be permittedto ..." :IJJ: :J::>'Y SEABOARDAir
first enthusiasm and becoming morecnnnertatlvtv .........s en. ........c. Iss au lnt.. It ai
reopen.fust The public has learnedits powerfully ....',lIlrlll)'. <:urrwbn..tb+rsfalLMUWn
>.aea.a valsi tbalr bet ....abo.." aid
IfMflott well, and *o have the enwl, old then may Y*.-ovrr their youthful lKor
how long the court has a right ble t business filth of the country Per. nslog UKVIV4 U qulrktr and.. qal ilr :! Line Railway
anorra N.rvoesne.L Lost V/r Uy. twveW
to sleep la the midst of a murder trial fact |*'aoo anti quirt 'will only come W e.ka.a sash a*IM J'.....r.K.llln" Mamory i, i
I". agitating Elizabeth WasUsi. Disease.I sal .A. City county. I when the necessary reforms have e=Mss. sad .....1_"" ..... wbtek saris ODD fo
Virginia Justice In that region, h. become sued?. baalaaaia 1D..rl_.. It notciolv r.rr* COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHEHN .
seen acruinplinhed people t SAVANNAH
_.... ,
*- hr starting at Ute SCSI tit )) .but ia a .rt-al ,
ms to carry tbe scales on its eye enamored of the ftnonevelt doctrines erred ..Ie snd laa>a1 nll lrr t'rls 'as
I ntfad of with -tu-fc tb: >. flow t. p,.Ij. rtritm: anil M.wring PINES, RALEIGH, JUCHMOND,
outstretched arm and of the l>"mncratat Hryan tba 0ra .. y paiav. It w.,.,1. etsr..
proobitted! *.. In.l.t >aharlnjr' MtCV1%'OooottMtr. WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHIIADKLPHIA. ,
-- IJI the only man who closely approaches ,
I.ova to rsrh.d la e t / k.: Mmall.91
It I.! reported that a Chicago office ) that standard and MM M U>O per r* ,k. .. oral for 9H>. Vlr >: NEW YORK.
f .f rut avd-n**sad rmioacl to all_tao wish I K ;
>rce struck because the typewriter growing in strength every dAY The! with ...._..... Orrviam fre.. Ad '*n the om -d. This Is doubtless an question' that will confront the I)emoOO EOtCMC CO.. ..,... fUt-. a.....,. IM

f'rfflr. they struck because tbe tyj...- - For state ra Oataearrine. Florida by 1t

Titer foolishly) permitted them to *; REWARD. $100. I W. M. 3..... irus1M.ME Two Elegant Trainn Dally:

i w that she always runs the office. 4"rIII be I -" ---- --- "-
of this

pleased to 1 lesrn that there Is at least.. AD WOMEN, t

'caw that science has can. is.. M..to f-v e.a.I.esar {+
a Hanover New Jert.*y one dreaded disease that SEABOARD MAIL
r r s..,. d, bare. t.. J' ,ales..
,.dh.'r has found a valuable lust been able to cure In all Its stages. and to _W (rl/.a..e..e ..treura.w .
r1.Y .. .f ....oJ./MMkt.. M r4t
loud' !in the hoof of his lame horse bat .Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure .....r r..w Psi..., .s.1 ..I s.sa,
ateacstesa,b ..st.r s..a.ss.Mtati .
presumable that Jewels will con- I. the only positive cure known to the wLI e.e4 L..s.at. as.

to b*, sought among the lam medical fraternity Catarrh being a a. sr r..*r la). .LN t *s.,d.w.f'i Modern Pullman Equipment

there and elsewhere.prohibitionists constitution dli-a.e. requires a coniltallonal .. aa. ,..sb4ti .r ,1
(tev.4s, ..s, p .s tc
l treatment Hall's Catarrh

'direct . -- ---- -.- ---
acting - -
: of Ilwamblabave Cure Is taken Internally --- -

'> the consolation of know- ly upon the blood and mucous; surfaces The Jamestown Exposition Line

.hat they put up* a good fight. of the system, thereby destroylog ass
the foundation of the disease. and
it was a losing one. It will

it nave Cue effect of making giving the patient strength by building Norfolk Va. ;

'.loon men have more reapert up the confutation and assisting OCYMdAN4DtLMOID.w ""'A .
law I nature 'In tfotnir It* work The proprietors J
hrreaftrr"patch .
lave so much faith in Its ...,ee at.s, IM Abt. GDYNA tS Ejccnrxlon Ticket on Salo Dully.

curative powers that they offer One .I1.,,.:. sh'nf J:;:' ;n A .. tier .r

from Indianapolis states Hundred ears for any ease that U A.1 Mr ,rsat a tctita ISn

aye editor who was Japed for arfK i fails to esr*. Send fur list of tc. .OmoolaU. Ines hwsa ,. r r s .. e For fall '.Io6'lI'IaIoD' sad $J..Nrr._rtatlo.s nil o. 801 Ageel

> a letter Teddy Dvrnbate Address s.AS.. M, (. *fd.er writ ? S .j' Y

Cu-ate4*>, ExrcuUre- AfaasJec.rWlnds" was. aa. .y. j..cammr &'co.'Toledo,.o. e'F 3 ,t 1 8. C, F.UT1deOY; .. Aw4tayt 0..1 1"......"., Agest.

-edue. *man.Which r a"'laa" '1.;.4jlfcH>. .HI 1av / ;, I sold. _,by.Drmsgls. ;1k.I ". a w ,"(:,. '11l'j ... ., ... Jsekso.I1J.. J ,.I Ia.,,, . . d, >, : 1
i ft'fr l: "


t,a ..::;jII"
unW'THEY DINED. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. seal this 2nd day. '*.of' September. '1WZ... .. Pbli D1V9BC& JEFF
I Seal.) W. S. SIMONS
.. BROOKE In ,lie Ctreait Coma.Hbtlt Judicial Circuit of ,
-r-u --rnJTJ-xJ-LjrxrT.rTJ-tJ-u--u- - - Notary Public; State .Florida at florid. In and County

$alt.th.d. of the Enr b at Table In the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Large. j.(y commission: expires December Dh'CbMoery...order M. H.bU..uo.I ewe-...JBbbt*Brown--. DKAUUK m

'':-'f, Seventeenth Century. LETTERS PATENT. 14th 1908. It pearbg;by iaaavU appended to the bun
; The old Eng,lab bad three meals a Died.r Ute above stated cause that EbbtoUrowm.
Md' of which tbe chief meal take NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. .. the 4.fntfiM t Ukerein name*, to a
7, was Notice la hereby given that on I.ddeotet... BMU ol)todaa. sad aebeessbs.nt Fresii.SaitwaterFjsband
;:tt\'es;\ When the'work of the day 'was flnThe Tue"j' from bar residence tag more tbaa sixty
day of October
day the Eighth day pree.fU ur this order o* and
Notice Is that
rat"tneal'was hereby given the
'M I M i& / at 9, dinner 1907,*the undersigned will apply en l.OC7..JW1' eo that,service of rabpoeejt -
Sgj wqa. about 3'.lock, and supper was Ilia Excellency: N. B. Broward. Governor tenth day of October.: A. D. 1907. we. sad e'e'".aerrcul upon bet
1ssken berot Wbe tlnie.' II' the undersigned subscribing Incorporators. t ass ta? over of hweasyoo.years *
Jut <} The Nor- for Letters
of the State of Florida '
It *-
: .te theref cede sd 'baa 8aid
\f4\\;' jnaa* dined afcOhe old. Kngllab,.break- I Patenton the charter proposed intend to apply to the Governorof i defendant. bo Md Bbo !. hereby roInalred -
.! the State of FJoI1da,at.Tallahassee co appear to the fed ot Covpia
'IIHI'aat.time or a Int&B later and supped at accompanying this notice. .
; ; for Letters Patent Incorporating THE; Bled la sold cause on or before Tt>"mla.r.the
('.7 p. m. ID'Tiidor time. the higher J. B. PADOETT. GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS. I7tbdr of October A. IX 100T.otherwise the I ]
W. R. THOMAS .u.g.tor of sub bill will be taken as eoatev.ed -
+ -claeeee dined at 11 and
supped at 0.
[: R. E. HILL. JR. with and upon the following proposed by said defend..... W .
but the merchants seldom took their It 1. further that ibis
t ,, charter and articles of incorporation.J. . ordered order be pnbMhhed -
and pursuant to the requirement once a reek: for four eoueoaUreweeks
.'f t: ,The chief meal. djnnerfaad supper of the statutes of the BtaKj of C. E. SCARBOROUGH. pab&1abed la In The Mid OalnevriU county aDd* San.States a newspaper""

*. were.taken: in,the hall both,by the old Florida we. the undersigned W. It. M. N. BROOKS. Tub September Ifltb.1.07.WIZNGES. OYSTERSIn
and R. E. Hill. .
Thomas J.|D. Padgett I I
VBgUah and the Norm neJfor the par.lenot Clerk Clre H Court Alaetoa Co..JTU.
,. corns '..to .use*. until the Jr.. desiring for ourselves our associates Articles. Incorporation of The Gainesville ';A true oopy of oriclnaJ. r rear Furniture. Company
; and successors to Jorro and [Seal] 8. H. WIKNOK3. Circuit Court.EVANS .
aealga of Elizabeth Breakfast did not be incorporated as a corporation, do Bottling Worka. I I HAU.C.SoXiejtor for Conud't. I

; .become a regular meal until quite late- I hereby give notice that we shall apply I Article I-The name of this corporation GAINESVILLE .- FLORIDAI

-. T to the Governor of the State of Florida shall be THE OAJNJrfSVILLE I I I

".. for Letters Patent. BOTTLINGWORKS, and Ita Prlnel.11 AUCHUA COUNTY

; : in which the word The proposed charter la aa follows place of business shall be the ,, am now prepared to accommodate

? '' meal did-act become : City of Gainesville Alacbua County f. the trade with the beat the market
Alaehna la 8G6.4OO in
: : late In the seventeenth First-Tbe corporate name of said Florida. eoanty acres affords In this line. Phone 126..
.area baa .248 miles 'railroad $(J()
be "THE W. R. I Article II-The general nature of
habitually took his corporation shall miles road 60 poatoffloes.
LIVESTOCK COMPANY the business to be transacted said wagon _
pint of, nhanUh wine THOMAS 123 public schools, 37.phoepbat
'.;, waters in of located and having its principal oMce corporation shall be to build operate ,
: place t' plants, 2O saw mills S7SOOO court
and place of business at Gainesville I and own bottling works and to rnanu-
Dinner was always house four and
facture: and bottle soda water and all newnpapera. prodoeea *
of the day and from Florida. I I' corn cot' of
; kinds mineral waters to buy
; manu- 1
Second The nature of the
: Henry IV. to the : general oats, rye potatoea, pineapples, or
sell deal
otherwise In
facture. or soda
;; Elisabeth the dinners I business or businesses to be engagedin Ii|I ange. peaches, pears, plum., pecans -
water apparatus, and all of soda
said shall
or transacted by company and all kinds of vegetable.
and a.
: extravagant be as hereinafter mentioned and set fountain supplies and fixtures; to engage -

; served forth viz: Transacting a general livery ', In the manufacture of metal and Gainesville the Us Do Your Work
I.dI.st.quo- a fine art. Each and sales stable business; buying [wood delivery and whIpping cases 'ot. County)

| own knife and spoon and selling at wholesale or retail all kinds and to deal n all other commodities -

wi>.a not Introduced horses. mules buggies, wagons and and articles of trade: and .. fourteen churches, two pnblta Aa far aa BAKING hi concerned.

1 Thomas Coryate of harness,.live stock and cattle of every I>merchandise throughout the State of I schools, the University of Florida, FRESH BAKED GOODS delivered to

I .. bis "Cru \ his, spoon and fork ; the purchase and sale of real ., United States of America; and to United' State land office, the best "
travel its traveling men and mercantile water fire alarm system electric I
estate to have full to exercise
[! ford mayor's feast in ; power
agents throughout the United and gas lights two ice feotoriee, I
by its board, of directors: or duly authorized
of forks I led to
: officers or agents subject to States for the sale of the product of machine shop, three wood factories KEYSTONE
1 laid upon the act of tow all such Incidental poweraas the saId corporation, and of all said cotton giii,two mOM factories" BAKERY

{ both before and may be necessary to carry on and conduct commodities to the trade and to establish three railroads two fertilis er man b..ft 166. R. T. SC" FER. Pro..

; to tbe rule that tbe said business, and for these purposes branch work, manufl eturiea: nfactorlng oompaniee. one fibet .
---- -----
: be dipped Into to have and possess all the houses and ,agencies in or throughout manufactory one rectifying tar --

the right hand being rights benefits, privileges and Immunities said State, as Its board of director pen tine plant four banksand well Tetter, Salt Rheum and'faema

knife" Incident to and given under thelaws shall from time to time decide upon; looked atores embracing every Are cured by CtumbcYlaln halve One..pplica.tion ,
I and to adopt all the means 'proper, \ "thing in the commercial line. rr 1.'re.the itching: and burning actuation
;If The perfect dinner atUhe best timef.r of thla State to ,a corporation
: or tor me
expedient necessary conduct
; oc such cnaracrer.
consisted of three ;
cookery "
English of such business, and to have
p>;'course, each complete In Itself and Third The amount of the capital exercise and enjoy all lights, powera

terminated by a subtlety or device the stock of thIs corporation shall be One' and privileges of corporations, organized ; To
Cr:,wbele being rounded off with :ypocras.'Rftar Hundred Thousand ($100.000) Dollars and existing under and by JtIllIOIWllEXJJS1tOflThe l l !

:.!?J,oel.r'room which the where guests pastry retired sweetmeat.t.1iA4jrttitwer. into an. (1,000), to be shares divided of the into par one'value thousand of i Florida.virtue of the laws of the 'I State of , Tbe

One Hundred (1100) Dollars each
served;with the choicer Article -The amount of thecapl
in lawful of the Uni-
\""tee*; The English were essentially.rsjkeat ted payable States or In money property labor oc tal stock authorized hereunder I.'Ten ?. .Via v

;. eater, and It waa not until the services at a just valuation to be Thousand $10,000)) Dollars, to be dl r
of the commonwealth that pud vided Into one hundred (100) sharesof i i.iiii
';..xttaoe fixed by the board of directors at A Atlantic Coast
the value of hundred
$100) Railway
Ita *
..ag attained extraordinary popuIsrity. meeting called for such purpose.
dollars each to be paid in as follows:
Indeed the first mention of
Fourth-The term for which this
Fifty (50) cent thereof in -
per property
.,vyjHli1Hg J In the menus of the Buckfeaat corporation shall exist shall be.nl et1'- machinery labor etc., and the I 1 -

"art Bt. Bartholomew's hospital did not nine years. balance In cash property, machineryor I. People.all over Florida: see the Atlantic.Coast Line

':t;wear' until 1710. and.In 1712 la an Kern Fiftb-The business of the said labor as called: for by the board of "Purple] Folder" for scheduled to the Jamestown Expo
t\\ot 0. shilling for ice.-London Time corporation shall be conducted by directors of said corporation.. I :

.\t tbe following officers, viz: a President Article IIII-The term for which sition. Two daily trains each way with throughPull..

'" ;. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. VIce-Presldent. Secretary and said corporation shall exist shall be' man Buffet Sleeping Cars. .
; .reasurer. and a board of not less than ninety-nine (99)
.'!' ---=-, three nor more than nine directors years. -. Season sixty days and fifteen days-limit excursion
Article V-The business of saId
. hi woman is bad enough.rlbjt .
''' :Vanity a of which board of directors: ,the
conceit: la a man la worse. I President, VlcesPreeident.. Secretaryand corporation is to be conducted by a tickets on sale .daily from April 19th to November 80that
president who shall also be the treasurer -
. :Tow can't tell anything about a man Treasurer shall be member. and thereof, and by a secretary wh low rates.
['" by his looks. Like mince pies some stockholders, and all officers of staid I
shall also be the auditor thereof; and
''Coach excursions at low rates.
** corporation shall be chosen "by the very
-\ot.them can look very Innocent. ,by a board of three ((3) directors al

,1t} If you can't have your ,way takecoaoJatlnn and stockholders.Treasurer The may office be held of Secretary by one I of said officers to be elected: on the For further information. see your nearest railroad

j, from tbe fact that every fifteenth day of October. A. D. 1907
,: and the same person. The board of agent or write
and thereafter the first MondayIn
encounter his stone wait .
aB directors shall make the by-laws of
i: each
I January of succeeding
.!f "When parent are old and poor and the corporation at any special meetIng year
and the of the officers who are
:.,ifeeoome: a charge to ,their children: the called for that purpose. The officers to conduct names the business until those FRANK C. BOYLSTONDistrict

pwbo;! bare been paid in advance.. ,at the the first annual of which stockholders'meeting shall be qualified are J. B. Brooke, as president !. Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line Jacksonville Fla,

tow profligate we are with the bourn acting also as treasurer; C. E.
In tbe company's general office In I
'_of': rest when if la bedtime and bow Gainesville Florida at 10 o'clock a. I Scarborough as secretary, acting also

.+.LWi. haggle over the flying minute m.. on the first Tuesday In January i" aa auditor ,and J. R. Brooks. C. E. CLDE STE..H.M'SHXP. : : : eo-

;wtIIan It la time to get up In tbe morn.f 1908 and annually thereafter and until Scarborough and M. N. Brooks, as tbe /
board of directors. .
:-Heil such first election the names of I
Article VI-The highest amount of
(,{?dark thla In favor of father: Thewetnan the officers who are to conduct the Indebtedness! or liability to which this
[' who la charging thing to fa. business of the corporation until those
at time subject
one -
corporation can any
elected at tho first shall be
',. qualified are aa follows viz: J.
and with less than the Dollars. :
i freely worry
Padgett. President W. R.
hu. : n'l I Article VII The and residences .
IVfJmld woman who charged to her VIce-Proaldent. and R. B. Hill. name 4.-

.band.-A t'bleoD Glot- Secretary and Treasurer. The boardof of the subscribing Incorporators
'I" with the number of sharesof
__ I together
directors shall bo J. B. Padgett.W. .
...t Canned Painting.. H. Thomas R. E. Hill. Jr.. and J. stock subscribed by each areas
J%,' Fainting under Klan'" may now !>*" A. Maultsby. until their successors J. B. :Brook Gainesville. Florida ,

prerved, indefinitely. Und the men of shall bo elected Seventy (70) shares.

\laid known this the picture of Apelle\ Sixth-The highest amount of Indebtedness C. Jo:. Scarborough Gainesville FO CE: =t. TXjIJSTG-S: E.A..CE3wmE.K.: .

:'might still lire In thn first freshness of or liability to which the Florida. Six (6) .harre.M. BETWEENJecksorivi11e:

'.)their color, and the work of Raphael corporation shall at any time subject I N. Brooks. Gainesville Florida
Itself shall not exceed the amount of and New York
Michael Angelo would look today Four (4) shares.. ,
Its capital stock at much time actually Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. O.. both ways.:
U, It looked when It ,left the pnintvrM State of Florida ) ,
bands. Th method of preservation H paid In. Alachua County. 1 The Finest Steajntfelyi U Ole Coaetwieo Service

:'tImple. The canvas Is placed lu a Sevt'nth-T.hfl names and residences Before me personally appeared J.
of the subscribing Incorporatorsto Clyde New and Southern Lines
t"">vacuum.' It Is prenvrvetl like fruit. It n. Brooks C. E. Scarborough and M. England
: this corporation together with the N. Brooks to well known and
;': ta sealed up from all tbe destructive In- Freight Serriee Between
amount of stock uubscrlbed by each known W me to be the Individuals JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
: Aa3ettcee .of the ..tJDc.l1hert81D'" are as follows, vis: described: In and who subscribed and PROVIDENCE and AU Eastern' Points..

metal' flgure In the operation the cnuva J. I). Padgett Gainesville Florida. executed the foregoing articles of Incorporation Calling at Charleston both ways.Son .,,

might Indeed be said to be canned. 275 Sharon.W. as Incorporators. and S P7 A :i.tU..I:1JBL: : SA 3C..Z2'TGS

tTb.res"G- l'C'al'Oll.wb1' paintings kept R. Thomas Gainesville. Florida. severally acknowledged to and beforeme th bound. I.e_.' Wharf. Boston
,.r In thl manner lu a vacuum should not 275 .hare that they executed the same for
Korthbonnd..... ....... From Foot of Catherine .s..JacksonvilleClyde
.endure Indefinitely.A' R. 1':. Hill. Jr.. Gainesville Florida. the uses and purposes therein set

-I 1 share. forth and expressed.In .

Safe Place J. A. MautUby. Camptllle. Florida. "ltn.... whereof. I have hereunto St. Johns River Line,

; General WUtlnniV.. Helknap weut to 1 share. set my band and affixed my official .B_tw/.en. ACKUONVILL& and SAN"ORn
The amount of stock: so subscribedexceeds I neal at Gainesville. Florida this fifth at Palatka Beresford
the war .'f f the tlllnn as the majorof Stopping Astor (D.Landand Intermediate Leadingsoa
ten per cent of the capital .A. D. 1907.Seal .
In day of September: : Bt.John River.
the FlfUM-nth Iowa Infantry. one
stock .
authorized under this charter.NinthThe
of tJf" coitiitNuUf that regiment! was I ( ) Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
fr y capital stock remainingin Notary Public State of Florida at
a ynunjr f. Itow mitnetl Uarby Qrcely.XVb the treasury at the time of the Issuance 'Large. My commission expires May Is appointed to tail ae follows i Leave Jacksonville. Sundays, Tuesdays aa4Tburedaj

..1; .n for rvpluient wan marching over I of Letters Patent shall not besold 15th. A. D. 1911. ., 8M p. m. Retaralng. leave Sanford. Mondays

}; the Ki"i f',:nkn loll to the steamer or otherwise disposed of except _, _ Wednsday..ad Fridays. 8:2'0.. m. __
S u.lt r r-'tutr the major wat on hw by tbe mutual convent of the stock. - - -

x h*.rs e rt" >.e l.y. Aa Darby flreelywtrpi1 holders of this corporation holding yoaa.1dboend... 8CHJBl>UfE afeetae.aa.0 E..d .!.

y *"!' un fl, .pin iik lil'. mother grab.. ninety per cent of tbe capital stock I The Florida Leave a:3O I'm...................Jacksonville.........;.... ...Arrive 2-OO aa .

; IM><| him tend iuri'vl him to her hnl. outstanding and lue .A.<&6 pm ... ........., .....Palatka...................Leave 8-CO psigBUp

\Vlth litter, "' ,,"',utlon who rrled and The above and foregoing charter Is Fruit and Truck Grower a:00 am... ......"........ ......Astor: ..... ......... .... .

croonniHjor-*' ..- 1\',., nnt! thetu Bering the subscribed to by the following person -,, I .. ........ ...Beretford' (DeLand) ....... .... .. I :
#r ," '"! >'Irtnme stick *, vis: W. R THOMAS. I" I 8:8O.m fir...... ... .....Sanferd. ... ..... ..... .. .. a.__
ei. .. 1 lip I i R. J:. HILU JK I_ J. iIRVMB tdlter: and PropV, IQ.-OOam. .. . .._. .. . Enterprise .. .... .. .... IQ.OOaaB
clear tnhurt U. 11 a:< ills. )e'JI nlver Sit I J. II. PADGETT. I "
,.. J _. .- .'--- State of Florida. > !! ncU..L. FIJI.O _
AlacbuA County. ) i, F. M. laoKKoaoKa. Ja A. O. P. A.. Jaek oavlTle. Fla.

Z"' "' ,'.., $.' &."" before me personally appeared J. '! ...-. Year . ....- _...: . -1.00la.J40 70. Pajroaax. T. P. A.. A. C. 1J. ...'n''. O. E. P. A..
81111.p.ol. fire t. lis urupluyrr'1" ieI. R. Thomas and R. B. I
; It. Padgett.
1 I Jacksonville, Fla. Pier M V, R.. few YorltO. ,
$ )nll the "it. r. .'t. M.. :+ydteln ta"-n t Hill Jr. to ni.* well known and known I rap!..* . . ... .. 10
II. TAYLOR, P, T. M.. C. Snows O. P. A..
:* ,,10U t. r_ 't. : uL.r..4u Ha ra I to me to be the Identical persons who '
+ ,jUIi Mr, 2'. ,"e. c....;', held It. 1 tU11eenade''e ., subcrlb to the above charter, anc2''i -_ L. D. Jonas T. F. A. 2'SIO Broadway, New York.
L. 8. 8ca lfur. C. A.,
'. :. rr'.l+tli' a fv "..11oOe lure each severally acknowledged before j Jacksonville. :la. Pa.ft .
r," "nt'1nmr'! to f't'1Ilvt.I. ,.... .ii i me .tb&t the above and, foregoing sJg-1! A handsomely Illustrate: maa:...... Leeeborg.
G. Coora.Ja.. F. A.. E, SwiiroaLL. O. F. ..A.JaeboD..IlIf' .,
h ,' .. nature In his signature. J t devoted eepeetally to the Interests of
W..rJC'D'I" :.ou" if I take trl one
t. In witness whereof I have hereunto'the fruit and vegetable) growers dlorida. Fist 1>>.r W H. ... JCew York.
.: both be at borne. -Londoo Tit *"
they'll C. P LoryiA. Ages Jacksonville. Fla.
set my hand and "a1!lxed my official I

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I I ITCHING WEIGHING U: S. MAILS. I I <-.- -.-; iHtHhIMNtHl 1 t I t i t | t I i i EJ"C"SXN"Bt38 ccJ: D a
Chamber of Commerce'Passe. : TORTURE

Atlanta Resolution n .vorl"g' Construction. 1 I I Ra 'way Clerks Required to Weigh Al! I .1'.1'I

lanta. Oct. ;3.-'The Atla ltarllamber M :til Matter for 33 O-ys. I II i 'DR. DsVEHK B. (01-R( :=,
:*\* I 4:
of commerce has started a >> \ \ orh. Oct 3.A: ono mm:;e
for construction of ameat I n'- Ulnljir" Trte..lsy; m'i:111n.t. ral"I !

yor canal which will connect theate :I I all cleiKt ti'r"'I jthout\ the! c''uut . .DENTIST. . .
j of the Atlantic ocean with I -" gars the wfiRMnx, of mail ..noi !

those"" of the Mississippi, by way of and Face Covered With Awful 1. rico to a general; ordtM of t ,,- JI

Tennesseet Coosa and V' i tI..ter: K.'aerwlMiUr j I .r..,. Drat NUrou Ku4el'% PVxae TJK 's j
: Ohio, Itching Sores and Scabs fist
the -Would 1
rivers united .by Intervening t t' '.tress la responsible' for this! In __ __ t

Oeraalgee links of canals, passing by Atla'nU. I I Scratch Until! Blood Came- I the" : -n>i>roprlaTUm bill I for !the '

r Rome and Macon...and the opening Mother in Despair for TreatmentDid poi: : service. nppro\ed lurch' 1. the D ::<. AI.DKHMAN: rEVKCE, :i,

,; of the entire state and of the en No Good-Dread Disease ean: r rl"qul1'in% the wrtghttiK for :lt\) HOW BONNER WON
up .
11., .'" was lu".rtf'.I., It was the deal \ l
;; tire Tte:goutheast.action was taken by the directors YIELDED tune m the hlhtorA of the postofflceiU SUCCESS UENTISI'a. 4t':1

TO CUTICURA paiiment' tha. the weighing of all
at a meeting held< Tuesday afternoon Office over Dutt,.. Co's Back

.r when a resolution by C. E. ALMOST IMMEDIATELY"I route mail matter which In nil mail trains clerks over all the!' The career of Robert Phone :3t). a'lne' '".. r.... ::4
are emploe -
t, Caverly was adopted. This resolution the veteran publisher,
,l was required.The J 1
Bets in motion -machinery which was In r about my baby. a signal Illustration of the .
to the construction of tbe When he was: about two months old his object the J 0 days trial Is
will 1 lad of peralstent and sagacious ROUT. C. BOXVKUSDENTIST .
face and head were! full of scabs and to nt\e the department and congress DR.
(canal and Is destined to become a very itching sort with terrible running r 'U.,',:o wtatUtlc to determine, the y< ;1 historical document. matter. I had to tie his little hand in publics/tan of the .
bags for he used to make cost ..r handling ami transporting llf pep.w
lo carry out the purposes 0: the his fao e and j
head bleed. I had two or three doctors r It'II' classes" of mail matter phenomenal success brought
resolution a committee consisting of but they did not do any good. I was tame and fortune. be did Otflfl in Miller Law. hiflOffice h.nlf'.
Director C.E.Caverly. 'H. L..., Scbles told to try Cuticura Soap and Cuticura I wait for the people"' to find )
i Inltt'r. F. J. Paxon;' W. S. Duncan Ointment the and 1 can say that they I A Father's Revenge.Te slowly and Phone No J" ; Keodfnte; :<0. to
U Li. Roreman: vas" appointed topped running matter immediatelyand !n'i haute 11101 Oct :. Ida. gradually the : J JT
and ] soon after I had washed him twioo I eating feature of bis ,
The matter came up on the readingof he looked almost well but IbI H| about cans tits fciin. A. K. 1I11.lr..th. talk

a memorandum prepared by the three cakes of Cuticura Soap and fouror jiuijiii nt a:;Hlnut him far $.*,DO II. krrf1< ) Ma ant.rprla. ui
five boxes of Cuticura \"B-I
T secretary of commerce. W. G. Cooper, :; the treatment for Ointment two or ,three continuing Ham Mlldrvfh. of IMj.s(" ("'''"nt\ on temaltc public lvlahn attention..br a ..r it. KI.Ui.: JU., t.

1 which was read at the Instance of months. I also Ufu.il Cuticura Remedies nut i: .as (tb>lnturite Mm The ruth I pvrulllur for .< ".or 1
Mr Ca\erly. for mv other children and took ei h. mudc pr" p irations hi gl\e clu'h' which' at. that lima ATTOKN}r\-\T.l.\\V.:
Cuticura. Resolvent myself. to purify my of nt- -e\on c'hl"irf'U" 'elll acre nof lain! without pr. -. milk 1 for my habyvt* m 1 nuracd whilo .
1.1Vhol. '
he suffered with that terrible Itchingand -alII" at $10 50" ncrl' The ct.'t'.b' halt'been pic a of ? '
ROADS WARNED BY COMER. n..r-r.r. ....,. ..cur*>l n.UM."ILL. > .'Loaot.-
sores he had. Now I always have hanged l. an tithe HO noien Intended ,!;I hlcb prtc. to Mason '

Cuticura sap und Ointment in the I for .1. I K will\ be gl\eu to the the m.rtta of hla .. 1
Ultimatum house handv. I hh.ill be glatiVf I &
Governor Issues Regarding :; you U\g ]QAKKK: M.\-rliI:.loti' A UXTEP.ATTOHNKYKATLAW ,
2-Cent want to publish this letter so that other otliei lilldren
Rite. I t
sufferers will come to know what good From one end of the conn
Birmingham Ala.. Oct. 3--Governor the Cuticura Itemed can do. M,.,.. ,
B. D. Comer before leaving for Frances Ktz o. I2n.:1)ickin.lon St.. Philadelphia. Cholera Spreading Rapidly the other tbe name. of

the St. Louis' waterways convention Penn.. Nov>S and 18. 1900." St Petersburg <>'l. 2-.The <"M>\M MIITo and his Ledger 'were mad . HOI.IUITOKS IN CII.\ C"RT: . .oJ

issued an ultimatum to certain railroads <>f choleia which broke outi rlv mlllar to the people by ,

of Alabama' which have far in Aunut is spreading rapidly and al repetition. ,. 1
so SKINS ON FIREWith OAUUI"WII.I.Iaohua: Co., FL*.
declined to put Into force the new read twelve Irovln'eare, wffix-ted" Conservative- publishers.King Ortlon In llaymans llj.wkMAYKK '1

rates provided by the receqt legislature. Torturing Disfiguring The ,lle-ull" IK 'Itf..rtt"1't along; the along In th* ruts of I IFtH1HNANIJ

He rays unless they fall Into Eczemas, "Rashes, \'olitThe/ : deaths already| reach Into routine prophesied : j

Use by Oct. 7 the legislature t will be And other itching burning bleeding the thousand The greatest: more ADd ruin for this ( .

called Into extra session to deal with scaly and crusted eicin, and scalp humors taut) 'i-t In the towns It haM been Innovator but Bonoer ATTOKNKY AT 1.\W,

them. Said he: are instantly relieved, found ImposHlblH. to check the .e'mtrge spending a large share of UAIHSSVILLS. 1''Loalda.. '
and cured in ;
"My statement of .August 21 remains the majority of caM and e\er )day' it I+ appearing/ in IWWu'rc..lnc'elS. celpts In buying publicity -- ,. --

In full force and the call will be made I by warm balM with / __ _ ._ __ tboe* receipts Increased (
Cuticura Soap to Can ..ll you titf properly (liar j
about Oct. 7, unless the reduced rates .. cleanse the skin gentle' Wn ok Results In Receiver. startling rapidity. proved and /. ). phosphate, .
are sooner made effective by the I* anointings with Cuticura \Vrffthington. Oct a.t'uaries: lllnr Every dollar Jlfthnraed. to trucking and terming. land. Bend hiss -11
& N. Nashville Ointment purtwt brought In more dollars a list of what you offer for sal*. Utai '
G.orgtirail- and sweetest of enroltieflt&toeoothORfld has. been" appointed rece\rr| for the way
Louis, and Central of '
heal til croakers were "
Washington Arlington and
roads." the akin,and mild down .Dd. pessimists In this J. A.. OA ItLI (....:,
of Cutioura Pilla to purify .the blood. Church Railway company, operating
The governor points out the fact A alncle art mmtatlnc of CMtlrura. Mimn <2&rCutteura > an electric" line between" this city and branch of business .. ATTORNEY: AT LAW
that both in Georgia and Arkansasthe Olntnmtt . ( utM urn llf mlvrni4Oo his tremendous ..
. Ptl.1.e halls Church Va. An the result ol succe*
( ) (or In tba form of Cborolal Conlrd And Solicitor
railroads have obeyed the ordersof pe Iarrouthost r vial of tttr,6O world In often.....,aufflrlrnt- .Jruc"to Cbem ruro Corp:H.,ld. a wreck last summer suits aggregating TtaeI..ou I.* one that Is .. InfCqully '.

the railroad commissions and put SoV. -l>n Mailed>rM. L5 Free- too CutHura MMer Book oa Skin 0..... 'CO .OOO hav been filed against tee worth heeding today s. It Hes 1state.

Into effect 2-cent passenger rates.f corporation which had a capital stockof forty y++rm sir -. ..... seal t-ne'le.. All business aramMly.
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-- --1 9100.0OO. nltl..tf. attended '0. O01 sea. door. 8osiofle

Residence Burns at'l nett, Ala. Failed to Matriculate. *. OU..ILL. FLORIDA.RoundTrip .

West Point. Ga. Oct. 3.-While Atlanta Oct 3. -lack of dormitory .-M-I-I-1 -M-Hr-M t t-I - - TT TSS .'*J

breakfast was being cooked the residence room for applicant\ to the Georgia That Tired Fsellng. !_*.. a par. I. Ibis a>. h

of B.T.Stephenson In Lanett School! ot Technology! which openedIts If you are languid depressed Incapable I. ... .1 she ..... Jro.I ...SOST'i

caught fire from a .defective stave flue door 'Monday morning hall caused for work. It Indicates that -.... a -........ we RatesAtlantic ;
institution the loss of IOU ..t u.
and burned Tues- that liver Is out of order. Herblne
was to toe ground number has your i I I 1 I I t.' I I I I I > I M
day morning. Mr. Step hen!son's loss dents. Fully that ap will assist nature to throw off head "

on household goods was Between '500 piled for admission to the Tech and aches, rheumatism and aliments akinto -\14-
m f.L run mvoucK. ;
in the'dormitory, and because !-
and 1600. He carried $400 Insurance nervousness and restore the energies .
of IHsuflliieut accommodation In th. Circuit Count Rlirhlh ",.
The dwelling belonged to Mr. San and vitality of sound and perfect Al F lurhta In I; :
and a parental objection to the would ::Ia't't:: : ;.. O : i
I urg. of Montgomery, Ala. and was health. J. J. Ilubbard. Temple, Texas, for tlivoro.Urder l'ubilead"o.II .
rooming off the college\
valued at about 1 I00 with $400 insur be collegians writes "I have used Herblno for the .i.|>e i'1ntr by .m.t."" .|'|..rKl..l .
ground, have failed to matriculate.Lest Hied In the atN.... ntai..l o.ui> thai
aace. past two years. It has done me morn d.no. of 1".rll. M..Ca-kla. ,... good than all the doctors. It !I. the Ibrrrln !'.m ct. la unknown sot. I
Antl'Saloon League Organized. bo'it at"MB( for moro Hian, .lords. i
We Forget beat medicine ever made for chili*, and Ins this ..lti''''.''..... end that lb.,. la
Commerce. G/u. Oct. 3Mr. Richards aoo In the Ht. .%. tn* sari.. nf a '
Baby Is restless, can't sleep at feer.M 60c. Sold M Johnseii.
byV ,,
An- IIroon whom would bind. tbesaid il frn
the business of the
night on't eat. cries spasmodically.A . that said der.M.s1 l I. ti-SaUtoi n) league of tbe state pent on. ,......; It ,. lb ref.we t>r lf. bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge Line
D..r--.I..n' defend51 be .rlll he
the here and at 3 o'clucl
day Monday RailwayTO
re iulr.d to apl>ear> lo lb. Mill
the antl-saloon league was organize d never falls to cure. Every mother T. L. HODGSON I'latnt O I'd.:; said .ssa on tlr : ::
should give her baby White's Cream Monday nf Nu.eruI.ef. A !
at the scnool; auJttorlum and the nirwirwUMi* allrtftl. ma.,f ......
league U now ready for practical usei Vermifuge. So many times when the Isken. as nonfess.d b1 sae. d.r...........

This makes 12> leagues' In the ..tate.TOMOn.ROW baby Is pale and fretful the mother Practical STUMP PULLER Uah.It.I..' itrMm further. week ordered. fore4hlr..n..eull.that. this order rl

does not know what to do. A bottleof In Tb. U.lnyIU. Null,. a n...i..| ., 'rilK.. ;.-
u..l .n said eun.nlr ar.f Niel.Thie i.
thIs tnedlclno would bring color to
$e t.orb.r 1111., Icif.| -
hU cheek and laughter to his eyes Williston Florida. .H It WIK.S41K.H. <1-rW 6 irrult '1.
Give it a trial. Sold by \V.1.. John ,A true <*t>f>r lOr nrlanst.r .
r Sr.ll H >.N'lfH; I Ivrk .
\'t.II'I: : : : ; Expositioii'X515
sun. _h u, J Vf li Hi> tlU-r for I : Jamestown ;:'

Thirteenth Wife Secures Dlworc" I I
Publl'" highways and farms clare: .< trrK'K) or ,1".IC.AT'CtN'' Ft" .
"I'll. assure my life tomorrow"That' Kt U'j lie Irl.l.I Oct :: -ilrtMary ..,.... CYllfas.e''iiuri: ; cur s'..
... lh>;Un bar h.> .-ti ma.u-l, :. ) a die of stumps on short notice at reasonable '*". I.AWH tif>' nu'\ j CnUU -Coach 1':14II1I.lora I'' : OC

KMl-lint how lo jtMl know \o: ,. f.oni "TI'e I It* u'I'nd' .Klw ...rtt rric-ea. MACHINERY FOR N..tM*> .K Iffflit *,,1.! .." lies IVrtT I 1 folk ; '>n sale .aehday To...(

tli.,-r.' i L. tf inn to !Ire any tn"lurnlW for -. linJd rJ. Sue testified tlur *.\m' latod MMI. |..,.rrh..r ho ltb 4ar o(<.f'rat J">'r(:Ai.rtl/a.'ste''AI. end Kflday i limit ion da,.. N,.','

you* was the tulr'-UUI rtifitt HoM'ft.w' SALE. Correspondence sollclt, rind e.rtln,,.<. In lay <.m.,.. sect has .. stopuvefe.C'JA .
U rt...l to .Iwtud lo .".' .
for tat
Hna( >fi
It it4 i UK Pnlte-y in f.>rcTUl).VY -> IK doliiM hint III Columbus. O. -.. .... with I... H. .".t f..rtUl'.t.. "-".tor..,... f
for forgery. He n:;trr.ed her UOrtt.Swr. lowing tl.B>*rlt>..l |T...J.I.t> KvatiNl. ) .lit
that. it going fo protect tlw' wi.I II>MM ... KU rbla I.wt'tet -t.J., Ilek.l. 0004
Alacbua County) Abstract Co. 70
and' orpliaiM of tonvrtrrovr.itn anJ 1.-'i l in s'''..* 1'a.1 ifl.u ,tat 1.'a,,f 12 ottter 'MI. .akl. ...... ......rf __.l lit 'h.
$. .-time 1.-..";" ..',, two .Iay l 'I aeorporated| Ibo!'>>4 sie'e..f a>40')> frrtin<..i* 'In lea lowe4" 1 within Ifnilt '
y..ur tomorrow will all Into ,.,<- wives au'! ,....' -.v.d; liigamv Perry U ,:I'JUnO. Pre* J. W la.1Id1.... V1..4 .. Mrs. M I. TtM' .*.
paw ) : .. .. _... .. ,.. .. "
ti'nJAjuVinetjrM'. charges art.i" :.diaaz1'ast him "'-,'!! ,. Jt It. r'oUnai. 2II1l'r,.._ t'nle. ea.l c rtU'* i u l l
e.rdl.il N. law tae drN clip I..su. tbef t -Itaty.dey ticket UodW
tercet his six < ars /b.1-tea d.r of t..u.l .. A II was I 30 20
\-.-ii |n'r cent' nf all! ..leatlioluinia he Laid > (,A 1"I1.If.I.t: ;. FU.We 4
'YUft. r., ..", t.. ,,natar..lid In .I..prwilhin t'6C"p.o.' ...
M-ttktl i in tJw Initttnt l .-" I&nfJ -- ._--- n.. Tlb ridof .....".!,....r A l, ....TM : .
Canada bj do an exclusive Abstract bust I II ., I IJod ., 'limit/ Ii;!
Pler'r I 1rC/.ft/ < IMM Alaqbua 0
CASTORIAPor I ness, with facilities for Imparting i*ul a.t>i. ll.k.l flood ,;
The EQUITABLE Information concerning the Title of Q36/ 1 15 '
Infants and Chtldrea. any and all land.. lu Alachun county. I 's'.. runp.or" ." a..|

.luring IWirt werr ,..-ttl.si" within OKIAY ; : All business trunsticttwl promptly. I ".w.d wilt. rfl.t of oho,, 15thSUMMER

after i,nN.>(i of il....jtth were' n- The Kind You Hays Always BJughl /I.'f( I'tl4
(*.1"! edl'rMrr. cliric art- not |pail l I
inuiKHliatelj it i Ie u...iiwlly ,h..- to delay Bean thepyQnatnrr LLJ pl BROWN; HOUSE BARBER} SHOP itulTtll4l'r II'.".' Ii Ii TOURIST HATES

on tttu tMirt ofaW> t.ent-"itdl&ry in i' itnutting ,- //: i
ui -' -- *SSJS BSB -- M- -+ : U
complex; |isj'rs.CIU'OM. i b.c.e. JAKs4E: YILLE ;
----- l,meat l*.py. I'rop. n/ll'1'ltl.l
) MLI: iMii.r-f.miT HT,. it,
ilk, C
V ct-m of a Footb- rwe.
Fill r)4lurn Sll III:"" :'T f. CoL . .... ........ : eXJ
ont' 'iul mail to l..* . (: -lin-n, 1lanoi.-t.i II. (>tt :2 iId'nare: A 'fhorough Iy S ., Ua.m. . . .. . .. . .. IfJM.14
Local Gaitnssyillr.. ai.-r of the
Agent, J. ClarKon :11 ur'slcb'i; JWun'J:
team diet .1lmJ' '? lcaju, . .,. ., . .r... .. 4145
uuhttnlt football %and all
lnjur receded Latest Sterlllzing'Apparatu "'.:. ). Mick. ....... ....... Ny4i
oj *u
. Without committing ntjffll to any day'a a reQU the Latent Ton' with flrst-cla.
between Norwich rail, N. T, . ...... 44
action I shall I-. glad t., l have you In tie" tnntb.:i game artists wl|! be found ber*
sal Dartmouth Saturday. w. solicit a shar of your patr')aage. .... Lo-Ilay. 0 .... . .. ,..,. 4ZN

sen.l me full particulars refranluig' -- t Ut.. Toa. . . . ...
- -
your new fciTANOAKP Policy: for Julius Caesar O=.O=O::=O=Oz0=0a0Ie0=OsOO WE SAM HELP TIM U. C ..... ., ... AJM

Was. a man of nerve but sl"-kn*** O-0-=O=OO=O=O-09s0Oda Vor further taformatloo sod PaliL

I. . . ....... oi Innuraitot, ,*. on till l kn Its mark andb* became aged s>iOoO KEF&. rsawrraUoBs call os or w$

before his time. 81ekns .U otter O=IOI: ADVERTlaEo.co P C. OVL TON. OUUiMA PIlr

life of a pevw a ...... years ot ...". eaoaed br a> torpkt liver, Hert.. OO s IN anOwO *sit. AtlaatVe Cost JIM.'
will reanlat your Uv..r .and give you THE ..UH00 R : $ .s..mi,, r'ls. I?

am .. ..........''t. ........... ..... b.citb..kra.tat1a1wr11tN Carrie:. .7 ..Asisfln...... tlw1r"-HoUotu lo-.o: TtwerVs a ........ ...00I. -

..I..b.r-.-. z:..-,' rd- df .... -0-0 t I

r ; tat..r- rim.. -s0'd-:. -l '!r.. -.i.w....iC...; I. " ralnl+ ; OMI tllw j aa4 iI

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NEWS OF 'CITY AND I I Everything la school children supplies i -

at the. right price Gainesville :

I TOOLS and 10-Cent Stort.


I ,i '.lurch will preach at the North

Interest Oath- !I < ..inio,.\Ule luxll at ::31I..uc'. this
of !
; tatters* 1 'u' attention
niiin : to its growth as follcws-: w
Bred by Our Reporters. If \.< >u are :a e;'lI'l" \t.-r.\ or elf l i I I r KeuM.ml formerl of this ('It)

I! tint now" of Newberry. here h*. IH

ie' _ERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS your C unfit \Vu irk. our line or f I iiiiutlnK a livery wt.il.lo. in here. on DEPOSITS. NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS.July .

... bll ilie ss.Yellow. 22. (Opening day ) $'11,35'.7'! ; Juiy 22 *P . . 53Aug. ,
> will intt r.".t
What Has Happened and What Is Going Vent. I corn meal graham flour 22. (One month old) 73.345.8d August 2.1 199 :

to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs entire wheat prepared buckwheat and Oct. 1. (Ten weeks old' 118.796.53 October 1 ..iI' 301

** Disston Hand-Saws. rlapjarlv flour just untied :taandrraK
That "He Who May Read
t It In The Sun. Hatchets-all
kinds. ,
we are: giving Irt p'r

House for rent. A. L. Vidal.Pal' cent of our cash sales Saturday to the Tlio \\oiuitM-ful growth of tin-* Hank i.. lit) ,11I"ht l at- r"

city license at once. Hammers-all kinds and sizes. orphans: Buy from u* to help this
your tril utal)lo as much to tlu faoilitios ot1''n-tl.i awl l tlu lihorul,
sale Gainesville Cycle worth cause.
Carbite Brick Trowels and Hammers. Sllss Annie Scarrntt's friends are pn>gresj ivo }ix liVy of its managmiUMit a-:* t.u tin t financial
Company. '
Wanted-A porter at Odd Fellows' Automatic Screw-Drivers. pleaxtsi. to welcome her home ngaln.after strength of its :4to'khultlt.I.
:i delightful visit cohering a
periixi of several weeks. tt> iHtints In
W. B. Turner has gone on a business Automatic Drills. Mlchl4a11.I <

trip to Evl 1aton. We Pay Four Per Cent Interest in Our Savings Department ,
.1. \\'.
Patton has returned from
Neatly furnished room for rent. Ratchet Bit Braces.
Oransji lleiRhts. In the \irlnltv of and on Certificates. ':
201 N. Oak avenue.
Apply Bits of all kinds. whitli place he han l len engago.i for .

Big value In lace and embroidery. I I the past few days sur\i! '>'lntf an .'x- -- . .
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Gainesville 5 abd 10-Cent Store. Levels-wood and iron. teusite tract of timber land for Y.-ar- 't

Mrs. J. A. Tucker of Rochelle was wood. AT Son. naval I ..tur..... and sawmill '

chopping In the city yesterday. Chisels and Squares. oi".'r"tor", THE ABNOLD! :HOUSE I-1.In1 :

Kverythlng selling cheap Saturdayat in MrW( H St.-<'kf'rt. ,
Everything the Tool
J. Manasse's Orphanage Sale. you :\tII\s. Charlotte. J"'I'lr.'IIt' KANT: MAIN M'llKKT: : >.

Our chocolate candy can't be beat line. line and son Master hilly.hllllChh.rtl'l .
for the price. Gainesville 5 and -10- j > ett'rday( from \VliioKoka l. .. .

Cent Store. BAIRD HARDWARE' CO. ada hero they habeen fur the .
... ;\II..K I:d" loteln returned, xentenla( )
, J. Manaase's B.g Orphans' Sale past few' months. They wero met III CONTINENTAL ,
j Saturday morning. Come and HiilMing .Material: ljm, I'la-trr. Jacksonville by Mr.( Kte.'k..rt from a ten-day' \ I..It to It.iltlmore I I I '
opens whore he went" lo |.iii liane MHMH| for
Cement :
IMtth.ohilllZl.: "*, :x1.14! ,
i. help us out. Illin.l.4 jfn.l I>,M.I.,.. .- Rutherford & Sp'nce, o)ster parlor. his tall (lineVlitl.a uhwent he lo.>{W RESTAURANT .
Rent-Furnished rooms for and quirk lunch will to tlie I'llb.IIc
For open IH'f."lf'.1 to visit th' .huneMtowii K\x: | .- i '
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light housekeeping. Apply 304 W. -- -- -- Friday morning In the Wentor Hltloii also. and "llurhl a K See our 10-cent Hue of candy. stand, south sldo Fvery'thlnx.
Church street. square. ment lonliig the orxaiilaatlon Urouad I'ltwt) -Next U. l'.stsfgce.

Mrs. M. J. Cannon and children hive Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store. III the line of oysters, steaks and of the new "'Irlltltlollll> Hank of 4invetirntly| I."'......J lot I'rlist 'f.'

gone to Ocala where they will spend Remember J. Manasse's I UK Orphanage chops will bo served In first.class manner 1.'hlll.tnf'MII'! )- morning The Sun Two l.km* Jrt-trlc Kanln .)",',

few Sale tomorrow and don't forgot to and at reasonable prices. (]lvhem <' I .urln. i'uaiforiFIRSTCLASS l 7'
the next days.H. nnlnteiitlonall omitted the name ofF I
come. call--und If are not
A. Ford Is at home again aftera : a you :. I It I. (hat eln a mon K the dlreetors i I, -

business trip to St. Louis and other Waited-Two or three rooms suit. pleasMt you need not call again. of the litHtltntliHt Mr Godwin |I.. t% I ..CHE,.." .t

able for Address ... .
light housekeeping
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joints In the West. -- ----'- ("r.>>('tt'utlcnlal. coinserlaUvr ItiiMlneHMman. -

second-hand Box: 191. Cfty. and will" make n valuable ill ;
For Sale-New cane .
Mr. and Mras. Henne of Otter rector \
mill first-class order. Write J. N. s..y OYSTERS
Bone Gainesville Fla Creek *ere among those who spent NEW YORKRACKET Mrs S It 1 1 Itch, the fashionable ofi

Chas. E. Halle of Alachua spent yesterday In this city. I milliner at the store of Th. 00, Wll i i i The Very Best Selected Oyvtere Just t

business'and i Two rooms for rent. Apply to Mrs. >de Company. has returned from theKanteru
Wednesday In this city on I In-Served Any Style. 'I.
combined. O. P. Cannon at Pitts' residence' 401 markets, where she selectedpernnnall .
pleasure W. McCormick street. i \. all the )latest styles. amicreatloiiM I, 1

Tell your grocer plainly that you Lost McCormlck's In that/ line. Mrs. Illicit 1 Uregarded I I! MEALS 3Sc. }
near restaurant
want Blue /Ribbon 'Vanilla and 'no
as one' of the moxt
dollar bill.
other. Best 'ever made. a five Finder please re- Place for Ladles. Gentlemen and
turn to A. M. Cushman. I Earth .. and trimmers In the j;
Cheapest Store on HIRhO'1 I Chlldr .
Mrs. McElvey la at home again after and has made herself <|iilte n.

a pleasant visit of 'several days Lost-Chased gold band bracelet here by her original and unique. "., Quick Lunches a Specialty. "
about one-half Inch wide Reward If
to friends at White Springs. which take well with the ladlesItoadnntster - -
returned to this office. I
The Sun job room are always U. F:. L. Koblnson of
busy, but we can find time to do your The best line of 6-cent lace and 10- the Atlantic Const Line has returned' STOVE WOOD !*
cent embroidery ever offered at .
work with neatness and dispatch. : School SchoolSupplies from Palatka and other iNtJntn, In ,,
Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store.
... _
For RentModernroom resldsrtcc, I'utnsm county, wliere IIM has been ,--.. -- --. t"
on East Main 81. opposite the Catholic Nicely furnished room on block adjoining on oflDrlal business. Itondmitster. huh. ,rji
H. square to rent. Apply In that the Citrus branch of I Ithe Wo in
church. Apply to J. Hodges. IIIMOII states can Miipply you any v\
front of Baptist church or at dun Cottst Line Is behiK re.I I' front
Now don't fall to come to J. Ma quantity} nnn :
nasse's Big Orphanage Sale.: Every office. for All the laid with heavier. Iron, which will up ,'

thing going cheap. Come and see Mrs. Phillip Miller and daughter make a MK >uprovenient. This ",

lilies Mercedes, are at haute again, f School Children. branch eomprlsos alxmt ten miles.running .
W. J. Epperson and C. E. Rogers.
after spending some time at Sewanwe from the main line of the Fur price spplU A. It. KKAUMK. ;
prominent timber and naval stores
Tenn., where the former' HOD.' Austin Florida H uth* rtt division to C'liru.
men of Levy county were In the city
from Is attending college. H II !)eiiips.*y, (the; liulldliiK con '
Hronson yesterday. '
; P. A. Parish and son' Jennings, TABLETS tractor who, has, si no recently K'>iie. GAINESVILLE TIE COMPANY )
J. N. Hone has received a new ,
were In the city from Hague >ester- Into the handling. <>f artlflclul tone, I These. N.. <. ,...
modern" French Bur grist mill and la '.
I day. The latter has been suffering COMPOSITION BOOKS Is ereftluK. a neat timer and store
DOW prepared to grind meal. cracked
from rheumatism of the bark, and roots nl I"H ,East Mechanic street. In
com and oats day' In the week. INKS
Public patronage every solicited. came to consult a Ilhy clan. II rear of Hie 1'hrM.hr tnilldliiK Mrf Miss N. Norton

Moler Ilarber College. Atlanta Ou. PENCILS > Mii|>..e) has a iiumlwr of i-itnlrHrts In

A. Weiiske Is prepared to do all teaches the trade by free clinic and i I'' the lmtne.lbtte|| vlrli.llx of his newheuilqiUirterM - ',.-

klndi of contracting and. carpenter careful Instructions In few weeks; position PENS I which" will .keep him I

work upholstering etc: Satisfaction waiting for everybody who wilt hum for several months,, l.r'flrlllUl'' || f farnitiiK Novelties Books Stationer]

guaranteed and bond given when reinlred. learn. Writ for particulars.The . CRAYOKS lb 1 ;.i>e I.I thi ...I\h..h l addl., I I Illonx ,

1102 Alachua avenue. regular monthly meeting of and' Improt erni ntM to the llrnwn., Souvenirs Sheet Pictures f,

SLATES |II......e IMMI hutch work' h" lias ..1'1
Mr.; aiM, Mrtt. Adams arrived In the the Ke Hlfvn of the first l.r..h.rlallcnurrh ,
rend" IK-KUII the work.. n I I'"e| 'Ituoynow '
city a day or two ago. having (turn- will \\n hold. at the |isnstnr'Mstudy LEGAL CAP PAPER and Picture Frames e . e
cU-urlnic. away' the .I.rl"| I pr"- j
.'01! from their. bridal trip. It will b. Mt 7'3: 's o'clock thin evenliiK, at

remembered that M,.. Adams married which a full utt"Miil.UM..* In deitire 1 PENCIL BOXES p.ifutory' to hulldmir I
The _;...,'_1. HtAt' "'"lr will t... 1t..I.1' {
Mis Dyken) '' u few days ago. They Cashier F:. I). Turner of the fulton 203 East Liberty Street
LUNCH BASKETS tit Atlanta, Oa. ()tiilr KMli In the *
will make their h mt t In I) Land. Ball k rum returned from a well ean.eduratloll fLOHID4 y
2'lth The date of for Ilteari(
=No home 1. so pleasant regardlessof \' during which lie visIted ;{ SPONGESAnd lIC'k..t.III' he fries o".h..r IU'h tti .

the comfort that will buy point In Ohio, retiirnliig via \\'allh'l( l
money Ort..r. :5111: lud..al,' i'Attiww lu
aa when the entire family i I.'in perfect In K;ton und tli< Jamestown. KM 1".1.! I'I Itlou everything needed in the Mtat of Florida, who de lln reports n fin.tints.
health. A bottle ftf Orlno Laxative
; lake tills trip mil Kt rnles *-.lth..rfru'
fruit Syrup costs :SO. cent*. It will .rof .... II Iliis. formerly! un ffll .' school room. Jsrkaottelll.. or Live Ok ut the ...\t.. ; '11' '" ;

ure every member of the family of dent teacher ot thin county but now. I Come around and make von rnncb r.-.11..1 wale of M H*. from
constipation nick headache or stomach enK ar.1 In farming! at Suntu Ke. was I.Ivr! 0..k 141..1 rrtiirn, or II('.3:' from Plumbing! .! ..

trouble. J. W. McColium If- Co. In the (.lt). yesterday I'rof Kill has selections before school' opens. far kAoitvlile and return .'111.1 limit ,

- - -- -- --. -- - --- --, Alight Waldo. Alarhu.i 11 Ian KprliiRk "f th<- ll'kwt. IN 'nut, later but up to Steam :and Gas Fitting
.cho.iU with : Prices the Lowest. .
hluh-grmled .
other .
and mldnIRbt: of <)< tnr :2lh Tt!' *
great nucren [ rark.- errtllte.arts admlsulxit t
ii Dorado Cafe In StocK H>iy.*r*--Ju t arrived oar I the .r uiitl>> for further stout l
load of flue horn' and mole.. whir'h PHIFER BROTHERS 'ftll..1 nforiMttUHi writ to .',...k (' A I w'.,5 ..rv.r....",.....t a t...t........4 II..". ._ N.O.Il:'(

will Ire placed on the market at once, I I IklJ'ld'1 UI""I..t I.ur..r"h' ._...,-. usTune .. .fI'_' ALN'owr .

Every animal guV'JU1tMMl, ln *brat Atlantic CV.a.t Lln. JarkMirivi't.,' KU' ....:...... Lr % U"'t\"I1"' ; n..A1.'

AMHT OYSTERS health stroii' Rfllt'Coffifpt.nt.. Th.--

It'. a matter ,.f' (*.n fit lei u*- is a lot among the finest ever brought

mti.a.ure i ii| the rn>swat ...Iliiiteth tn this rrtl!> 'n, |-*'>r.onllyectrd| .

i d>i pnuerlr. If you. know l''pareol! HK-J and are rook.1 Imnilt -- W. 'II. Thomas: ft: Co 1 J I I !1al.ss idp.rtlscat rw.

'.1! iltanJj, tite you a" ..ti"'tkool."' The good people' of Kochell have l'.as.s.reiai Ilepartadal NATIONAL 0 L BANKJA3. N K .
i OCR 1 ti< crxT INTFJ
()!'ten require careful attentionltri nulh..1 ixtjrltiK for their I lauo. ..h..hthf"T "eird due. .rewtst
< 3T .!...' ..
way from tf n coo. t, oral Installed In !Martha Perrystl, C.vpoo.sM.ew.. Fran. .-j W. .. n.p
-hoiiki be pnrpwml" by one' wte.at ... CXO. W HVDr.. V...,,,,,, v.--... .ors.w _(w. ri
known a ntnrw if Uwy am lit tut.. about twu years al/fl./ This Is ..d..1.. ... od.q.th M. GRAHAM. ....
Instruments .. .....w..d C-k-., LW: CRAI 1AM. A-'i C.eG..d -'r.. ....-.
t/> toe ('OOked..r __ ups of th" Cable eo: Aunt __ a.t .p I I. i:. TAYLOR
..... two WMKKW I liar" pnova'-' and the people of Rochelle .. h. I INTEKF r p.id MI :1s'.

and i' rv, l tits best Oyster Martha Perry "-' d.,. ., J-, ..J"" .
,irrtimn. and you lave. nevrr bail l one feel justly proud of It In the eoun All .1....... --I.. United States, Stile, County and Citj Depositor .... 4 4wet.
x.inplauit. \ Is one of the best schools ..... P..l wit. r..... 1V -

They> an here now- n>l, a* they.twlulbe ty and with Professor J. L. Jot>*. a* ..... cat..... ...", _..... ONE DOLLAR s, r'j

Flnt-dMH in every waj. principal It has the outlook, of narlncof ....... rTHE OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY -,
Open every eight tm J( :3 of the burst sboUtl ye'" la
later if .
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