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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 5, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00891
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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$'TRAMP P BURNED BOY URGED. TO STAY HYSTERIA WAVE "CltTOF SAVANNnH1''' TRIAL OF pp. nOWLAND. COUNT WINS

HEIRESS
1 Only the Business Men Can Turn the Crowds Pack Raleigh 'Court House to

8k- Tide, Says Senator Foraker. Hear Evidence In Cas..
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: Cincinnati. Ohio Oct. < .-Denunnstes ;.. Raleigh N. C. Oct. 4.-In the trial

'jirak s',Home. Vengeanece When from critics of the 'efforts of New -Steamship For Ncr York of Dr. Dy S. RowlanC and his wife Austrian Nobleman to Wed Miss
the president to enforce the4 laws of I Lillie M. Rowland charged ,with ,the

1<*t' a: J R&tfwf-FoocL., .. the country. and bring offenders to and Savannah: .. Lfne. murder by poison on the 6th at April Gladys VanderbilL
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t l justice. concluded toe address of 11. of Engineer Charles B. Strange, tile
t 8. Senator Foraker before the grain present: Mrs. Rowland being i+>then hIs
p''OTHIPI' WAS ALSO ATTACED dealers' national! convention In this SHE IS.403 FEET IN LENGTH wife the state Introduced, pany witnesses RICHEST HEIRESS WORLDCount

.,F' t,el I city 'Wednesday afternoon. while the crowd' overran thecapacitY'
H.*nator Forak first reviewed legislation 'of the"court house. i
.nd Saturated Child's Clothing Her Capacity It Is Said Ex.
on transportation and rate Carrying The fight of the state Is first, to Szeehenyl Has Arrived from
,t With Oil and Then Applied Match. matters, and declared that lie had cells that of All the Other Nine Ves. show that Strange was a healthy man Austria and His Engagement to i

,! "Enraged Citizens Scouring ",Country 'an abiding faith that the waves of ..Operated by the New York and and had no heart disease, as the defense Daughter of the Vanderbilt. Is
Soon
Y.,.';"" hysteria! In which we have been eogulled' Is relying upon witnesses to ,
.;; for Murderer. Savannah Line.! To Be Announced. *
ijftVjpit" are subsiding. show that the sudden death within two I
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: Okuawka 111. Oct. 4.-Because heI'faaxl He discussed the recent Eating off New York, Oct. 4.-Tlie new> ateam, hours of the time that Dr. Rowland New York, Oct. 4.-Advi-.es! fr>.
: been refused food an unknown in Wall .etaluatlons and the calp. City of Savannah tne latest= I gave him a hypodermic Injection was Newport R. I. report the arrl' _
tramp took horrible vengeance Thurs: growing lack of confidence that has ,addition to the New York' and S3 a' caused by heart disease while the there of Count iJandlslaus Szzechenof

"t1&T., beating Mrs. John Hathaway resullcd: and fr-okJ briefly of the In vannan line, came Into port Thursday state Introduced a witness Wednesday Austria and say that the form
{}i to unconsciousness and then tjlngSlier ability of rallroadu to market enough to await the tart of her maiden wuoIs relied upqn to show that the announcement of his engagementMiss ;
: 4-year-old son to, a tree and burn. ecurltlt to enable them to makeneeded to Savannah next Tuesday. symptoms were from an alkali. poUon.
voyage .... Gladys -Moore: Vanderbilt tluu.: :
ln him to death. Improvements and enlarge, though no trace of polson was foundIn
:,'i; $ The City of Savannah exceeds all ter of the late Cornelius VandtrbU!
,. "t": X3nraged farmers and citizens of the ments. In conclusion he eald}: other ships of the line In curr>.lngcapacltr. the stomach of Strange; and one of the richest heiresses a i
'.A.{ ,this place are scouring the country 'f Y p'lHlmltltlc I enough taO t"lIeve Su! U It):; feet 16ns and .4<> Many witnesses testified to Mr. the country''' Is soon expected '
to that .t urtt of the tide will come b. dtrange's good health to the day
threatening ex-
(' *or the murderer : .' feet In width with a cargo capacity up Miss" Vanderbilt met the count
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tecute fore each the of panic befor eae died and that for a perl oil
him as he did the boy. stages of 5.90U ton. The vessel will the railway station in Newport-' an i
4l' Mrs. Hathaway whose home Is -two and tJ ir but It must come soon, accommodate 116 tlrat. ,class* cabin passengers of three or four years he had stated 1 drove him to The Breaker ." th s
'i( xnil). from here, lay unconscious for QI'.Ibf' late to avert consequencesof thirty-six Intermediate claws that he had no heart disease. I famous Vanderbilt palace which, It Ustated
j-J;, 'jan hour after the assault of the fiend the most harmful character. The defense In Its cross-examination
_ and slaty steerage paaseaKers. I' .
-- -- --- passengers was opened Wednesday for th.
ff fThe 'latter meanwhile dragged her son "Only the business men of the country Is bringing out records to show that first time In two, years presumablyfor !
jiato:; the orchard, where he tied the can turn tats tide. ,and they can The Savannal: line or the Ocean Strange was oft duty f r/.lckneas and the count's return.
Yad to an apple tree saturated hisC1 turn It only bT".howlng confidence In Steamship} compan, was organized in that In five weeks after Strange tMIss Vanderbilt. the dispatcher

,:< lothlng with oil, set the garments each other and In our future. In 1874. The line has nine steamships death Dr. Rowland and Mrs. Strange state spent the whole day with th.
fire and left.Recovering that behalf It behooves them to discountenance bet.en taU and Savannah took a night Pullman trip 'together to
port
ion plying count In drUes and walks and woes!
consciousness the math. and frown upon all kinds of Norfolk on the 14th'of May 1907 .and
t but, the carrying capacities she was not alone with him her niottier ,
V'eJtwent' In search of her Mm, finding of pessimism especially that whica all these vessels would not equal that were married there on the 15th. was an enthusiastic third party

t&him fearfully burned bnt still gasp- emanates from critics of the efforts( of of the new" /Clty of :Savannah.: The count arrived from Bremen late
chfcd the president to enforce the lawn of- DUCHESS' BODY IN MORGUE.
..fda> _; for breath. The {lingered Tuesday night. Alfred and Reginald
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l':until 9 o'clock when death relieved' him the country and bring offenders! toJustice. MET .DEATH ON TRESTLE.Man er'Clalmed Vanderbilt met the count whisked

:Of ills I_ terrible agony. ." ______________ Old Woman to Be of him off In a motor car for a hasty
TURBULENT MEETINO.I I Struck by 'Big Freight Engine the German Nobility. supper alone at one of their club
:. New York. Oct. 4.-The body of
,>.2 NOTABLE OCCURRENCE. \, Near Macon, Oa.T and later saw tnat-he was Installed
<<5 ______ Session 4..While trying an old woman ,who called herself{ ,the
Almost a Riot at. of Birmingham !Macon Ga., Oct. In a private car bound for Newport
;;;fifteen Governors Attend pinner Qlv.t City 'Counoll, to escape from a trestle on the Southern "Duchessalways of Beckenburg and who- Newport's first Impression of the

t$t' en to President ,Roosevelt. Birmingham Ala., Oct. 4.In railway opposite, Riverside cemetery claimed: she rightfully possessed count It Is stated was decidedly fa-
,' Cairo Ills. Oct 4. -When 'Pr*'l- what was probably the most dramatic Henry Harley a white man the till, lies In the morgue and vorable. Numerous entertainment
f< it; \ oat 9 o'clock Thursday morning he meeting In Birmingham Mayor Geo. knocked IS to 20 feet ,through the air taken to the potters' field. derbllt within toe..next week.
.; :manifested every evidence of b A vine B. Ward Wednesday. presided over 1 to the ground and 'InstantlyTkilled by The ducness was found dead In her Count Szecheneyr Is' 28 years old.
/i\; ;.pent a comfortable night on the boat the police department. The president 1 a big freight engine\ ,that bore down. squalid little apartment In an old. rich good looking and a lieutenant in
( 'Mississippi l aqd his spoken word con of the council. John L. ParkW upon him"--wall he was walking across section of New York known as Greenwich the king's. Imperial, buxzars.

,F r;,flnned the Impression. lie retired who was put, In control during :tea the bridge.. Ifwasaa eJftra freight, I I village. She: died from heart Miss .O-adjSa Is .Just past her twen
'.'.bout, midnight and there was little mayor' recent absence in' Europe, at- southbound an'd the engine- was In I disease. The woman used to explain ty-first bUpaday when she was allotted -
,, 4.to disturb bis rest except two or three temtped to preside but was pUt downb charge of W. C. Rentz a trusted engineer I that she came to this country: her share ot her father's vast
.'demonstrations on the shore "whlchp ythe chief of police. of the Southern. from Germany years ago Llth,! her h'ua. estate the share amounting. It 1*
1" though violent "while they lasted The meeting was follnf'turbulence' When his train rounded axcnrve-on band. They were to travel I. but they estimated to about $12.500.000.

'II'W. ( re of necessarily brief duration. and the word "liar" was used so free the rlver'ft edge and struck the stretch did not lea'l'eew York because her The Herald says It la authorized to
'\: The president was the guest at din I ly that numerous arrests had to be of track where the pedestrian could husband lost large sums of money at announce the engagement of lUlu
i.er of the steamer Alton of the Bu.1fte. .- made because of the disorder. The be seen" Engineer. Rents had no power gambling. When he had lost all Vanderbilt and Count Szechen l.
.. Men's league of St. ouls.. heavy their means he committed suicide, and
sensation was the culmination of the to stop jhe long train, of
:., b The dinner was regarded by all aa charges of grafting:-which were pUblic. cars, and the pilot beant.struck Hart. she pawned her Jewels to .defray his FARMER'S UNION MET. ..
:',,'an"event of rare occurrence, and when ly made on \Fonday' agalnat two aldermen lay on the hip. But ten Inches would funeral expenses. She cabled to
.f...1 'the'' president had said his final rare- toy Mayor Ward. have saved Ms life, but excitement Germany to friends to help her, but Thirty-Eight Unions Represented at

::. 'well, not a few were heard to remark The frallng against the mayor was I led him Into a method of escape none ever answered herShe, lived Meeting In Rome Ga. l
J.. : that ]1t would become hl'tory.The very bitter and but for the police hp resulting In death.STANDARD. on bread and peanuts so far as she Rome Ga., Oct. 4.The Floyd
occasion was notable In that In might have been! put out of the coun. could get them, ; '''+-i#** County Farmers' union. met Wednea-

PJ; i addition to the president It was at'l I ell chamber. OIL SUIT. day In the court houVS here with :.li
Otended I GEORGIA STATE FAIR.
by no fewer than IB ( local unions represented
';r no re and members of Inland waterway ONE KILLED; THREE INJURED. Attorney Halms' Company Has Completely -- The question of holding cotton was
t r-cummlsulons and several l representatives Monopolized Market. 1 It Will Open on Thursday Next-At. discussed and It was universally! .decided .
f of the business world of St. Peculiar Accident at Plant of Chatta. New York Oct. '4.- Frank B. Kel I. tractive Features. that every reasonable effort
Touts, The governors attending were nooga Electric Company. logg. eouasel 1 for the government In Atlanta Oct. 4.-The Georgia state would' be made to keep as much of tin
'.J.i'"Governors Comer of Alabama Brow* Chattanooga Tenn Oct. 4.-One Ita suit to dissolve the Standard: Oil fair will open. one week from Thura- ('Oton off the market for the next TJ
ard of Florida .Dlneon of Illinois l company of New Jersey, will attemptto da>'. days as possible."
i x 'Cummins of lcxr. lloch of Kansas 'In-ured show that trust: methods In restraining With It. scope greatly" enlarged and The meeting oat a particular sUnlflcance. .
k DIanchard of ulnana.! Folk of Mis. ss a result of a peculiar accident at trade have resulted In rail- with man)' new features and attractions as the farmers of !F1o>d
4oi", ,sour!. Sheldon of Nebraska. Curry of the plant of the Chattanooga Electric roils being unable to purchase any the annual show this season will county are greatly interested in th..
+u", New Mexico. Ilurke of North Dakota companyV>dinla\ morning. lubricating oil except front the! Stand Inaugurate the most successful meet work 'of the union just at this time,
Davidson Wisconsin, Itreeka; of I Thy were working{ on a scaffold and at such prices as the Standardchines m a number of years, even outrivalIng : and are taking an active part because
s VWyomlnn Trantc of Oklahoma ":. feat from the ground and on the to charge. Mr. Kellogg exprrtN the fair that was held In 1906.( of alleged misleading statementsas .
,l 'Chamberlain: of Oregon amt Governor- Inside( of a huge smokestack" when to show that these charges are The sixteen Hays shows from Oct.: 10 to the crop In Georgia which hate
elect Noel of Mississippi. to 2C will present om of the most varied -
Gap Iho rurTold broW. the men falling exorbitant.! operated to lower the price of cottonto
has
and pleasing that
to the ground' The Standard according to Mr. Kel. : programs the Injury\ -of the farmer
'\ X. 'THEATERS ON SHIPBOARD. Thu dead nun Is George Smith ne. loutc'n claim has completely monopolized ever been I I"f'n.. It Is understood that these high
In addition to the Industrial and
...- *n'. the lubricating all market and agricultural estimate rn distasteful to a tarts
:." erformances on the Big Liners by Tho Injured : Rosc Hooley, while has either bought out or driven out tllxplays that will" make the : number of the members of the union
... Regular Players smut erttshed| thigh broken and body fair an exuosltlon" of Georsrla's resource
practically every rival of Fiord county,; and that all condemn
,- Ll""rpool. Oct. 4.-It waa' anuouuc' seventy bruised' : arm will hate to be -- *, there will be a nti'"mb.r o! them. Resolutions on tha sub
.d 'burwa) that the Cunard steani- PI11 mtttrlt"hol1l.: .. )McCall member 100 Special Guards on Duty. distinguished people present and a J *ct were passed.
chip company ha-t accepted the offer ur infracting firm of Mr-Call Tiros. New Orleans l-a, Oct. 3.-On* program:; that will arouse the greatest

of Charles Fronman to glvox theatrical of IhlC'ln.'If'I may b to Internally hundred special guards rent on duty Interest Held Court by Telephone.
performances on the big liners" by regular , Jur*d. M.irrj <*:irs" >n. bricklayer serlou ,, at the !Stuvvesant: : docks of the Illl Only Three Offices Affected Muncie Ind., Oct. 4.-With die:
plasma who for the time being l>' Injureil! I'I note Central railroad Wednesday In New York Ot 4 '.\ threatened aid of the" Ions distance telephone
may bo traveling: to and from the anticipation of the threatened levee strike of printing prr-omrn in job Judge Frank D. Gass. of the Mnccto
., "United States and Uugland.'flip Brunswick Bonds Sold. strike involving S.Ofto\ 10.00O la* printing; pilots tbroujgciux.it, the country police count, finds It not burdensome
<<' rnni).any Is now planning special Brunswick.. (ia. O.'t '.-' Hills were. borers. The strike extends slowly mhlc'i. was scheduled to go Into to attend a state lodge meeting a*
for and opened l Tu*>i " the county commissioners
slttiiMl halls
plaj
) two crews of lonKhorein qulting voncitit, on board three of tIM ships lor the ""- ").*Al 111.11. of i the steamers c" hose crews were set dined to 3l.*Id to the demands of the At the opening of court the judges
of the liue. ITK.OOO north of bonds for courthuuee to to-vltn(. Betwevn, lt>oO mind !..000tuen International Pressmen's and bench was unoccupied but near 1C
Asslst-
and new Jail.) ,, J. Mayes A yon.
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Other traiiH-Atlantlo companies are I
4 h.tte now formally struck while .DU' union, affected only three office sat Court Bailiff Ira Coons. duo sad
considering Mr Kruhinan'a proposition. I. of Cleveland, 0.., were awarded the hundreds of others: are Idle and In Chicago, according to advices taken the pleas in half a dozen caj< *

--_____,. entire t.ltu.! 1 .1'UfO 5 per cent waiting only to be ordered to work .eelve at t.:.. Tnlt- Typothetas and then transmitted them and aa-
.: gold bonds, falling "tui at rate of |U>,-
before Jolnlot the .trlke .
I'.adquarter' : tn
; i t. city! aw.redq "Uona to the court at
New Postal Rate Effective itO4i iw-r year. C'fOIU1t"I4I'lnlC I9ti Par "
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other end of the telephone line.
+ \Va.liIuRtt>n. Oot 1.--Tb? new for. was paid! for same.Rev. Alabama's School Fund. t12.OOO.OCO Mortgage Filed. !

*{l an' twist:i! rite. adopted at the unl, ---. -, Jlontgowery .\la. Oct |.-It hay Aucosta, Ga. Oct l.-.t first 1' Part*-'Doctors Raise Rates

a vral |M> il convention. In Home, to- James M. King Dead. ben( .uC"t'ruln.-.1 by Auditor llranJonthat mortgage on a tmrUe. million dollar rsrls. .OctI. -Tto*! members ftt
Came etfecttle' Tu...II., .r.-Ian postage I'htls.l--lpfc1a. 1':1.l :: Oct. 4 .-The the amount available for the Uu of Georgia and KlnriJa railroad the Medic! Society of CharMtoa. -
hereaftVr will be 5 cent" for the U.-,.. Janl.t: KluR. I.I.. 1} rxecit- schools of the *tat.* for the year beginning bonds sac riled" with thee. ).rk of the large suburb of arls., at a r r.lt
tint ounce and :2 conts. fur *. -n addL, Oci t I. $34.5"S: :-. whltf of ..
life head; at the lUwird tit Home! ml** superior court tlonal o-\ne The nr" rale applies stuns anti kchurrti trt.n.lon of (the will 1: provide for a f.*r' capita of $2.1)7 The uadervtaadlBC .Is that tlents owing to the rise ta the tINt
-to all ionntrl except' Canada?. Mpx M.th"Jbt npltropal: vtiurch. and qnlt an Ipr- >4*(> over" Sill other y.3r.1 tile" Ijsiirf first made sheel.J nut .sceerisix of tlv.Mx. The! decision .ass .caatxr1ttu
"loo and t'u'iJ where the "|omv tlc known throughout, the world of :Mcth.otltoi. Last )ear" il'! artqunt *. In round r'Ii'ton and *iat e. tvvv. 'ml.** w1d".prd at 4n the rfaun. f
jmlf of Z (".*nr for each half ouncex111 died at &uli horn here Thurs. ficur.* $1 i ti.tJtW, asJ the per ca.itafl J q"I, ': :: t,.. rust .. ., aad a catl fr a meeting or
becunrlaltld. 3<. b. WaJca
d1)y y'Mid the Issue may sever got protest has been iuued.
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-, ':"*: PENDREL IN NEW YORK. AUSTIN" MILLER MAKES CHANGE

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\Vsll-Know/i Transportation Man En. Well-Known Gainesville Young Man I .. .
.'! Joying Mia Vacation. I Enters,the University of Virginia.' i

.Jr' ,John Pendrel the veil.known antpgptlat 1, Austin Mlll. .-r.a Gainesville: boY of 1 'IiIE VALVEf

: > traveling paajenser agent off whom fill OiIn:: ivIHe rests prnid.: wJCkt4r'd .(

': ,,,,,-ttMr Clyde f-lne. who *ir.d. _two the' l,nfv.r.1ty I of VlrctnlaatCharlhttesvirie. : f .o
r4s of 11tfha< In Florida among wlm: be'TV in flnlrbKM
1fith; f1.
:t i'4 t.. fr.enda, and would like to spend I education The Lnlverfttty'of Vlr PERSONAL KNOWLEDG \I
_ :>t.. "th" other"one-third If his employer 't/'nla: tand'. foremost unepng the educational

8!'-d/d'not/ pusn him Nortli each year, was t InHtitutions of the world. and -
;; :"lab" heard from In Kocties\er, N. TC., I I when Mr Miller receives his sheepskin Personal knowledge is the winning factor i in the culminating contests of r
'.fir Srfoere" he was pending a' day or-two J from that Institution he may this competitive age and when of ample character it places its fo{ JDatepOii'eaot"

';.'S.ivtUl; his old friend Cbas R. HolllnK feel sure that he la all right. in the front ranks of

.;; r- sert & former transportation ,man and Mr. Miller, who is the' bright son '' The Well Informed of the World.

\$: at t ne time one or the most widely of Mr. and },Ir Phillip Miller of this A vast fund of personal knowledge ;is really essential. to the achievement of the ,
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,,'1 known steamboat traffic 'fnen In Flor-I city has been a student of the University -
; Ligliestexceleace.in any Geld of human effort. I
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of the South, Sewanee Tenn..
da. Mr. Holllnger Is alsd well known. '
\ A Knowledge.- Form Knowledge of Function and Knowl
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for the past three or four ThisIs
-''for years being head; steward In in years.Institution edge of Products' are aO of the utmost value and in questions of life and health
r.e of headxiuarters, of the famous I I itself a magnificent when! a true and wholesome remedy is desired should be remembered that Syrup a

}; "Hart: Ocklawaha River Lin- when advanced or learning so far but that the, It young became man necessary had ofF' sand; Elixir of SenHa. manufactured by;the California.Fig Syrup Co.. is an i

the' Hart steamers were making ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and
to raise hi grade. Ills numerous
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'F': dO be-da.l1y trips up the far-famed congratulate give* universal satisfaction. because: it is a remedy ef .
friends here him ,
ttttaeklawaha. the River of America I
Known Quality Known Excellence and Known Component
\ 'e.nd 'when then the commodious upon his superior knowledge especially J
-even Parts and has woo the valuable patronage of millions of the WeD Informed of the
of thin line could not ac- for one of his age. and predict for ,
t s'teotnnaodate toteaipers all who applied tor pat nim a future successful life. world who know of their own personal"knowledge and from actual use that it b the first w,

.:; and best of family laxatives for which no extravagant or unreasonable claims: are made.
ce.' t
y,Il'" This valuable remedy has been long and known j
[ Mr. Holllnger, who wfil be rememp'oered MR. MANASSE COMMENDED.Gainesville favorably
; : by many Gainesville people In Yr under the name ofSyrup of Figs and has attained to world

L"whAt,may now be termed the pioneer Minister Appreciates His wide acceptance. the most excellent family laxative. As its pure ,

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\...ihlnaurance: business, declaring that Dear Hun!. I notice with profound and the Wefl Informed of the world to be the besTwe have l
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eteamboat life was too strenuous a interest that Mr J. Manasse has an adopted the mOre elaborate name of-Syrup .of Figs and

career for notwithstanding that I advertisement in your paper*In' whjch Elixir of Senna-as more fully descriptive of the remedy, .
but doubtless it will be called for the shorter
be made up his mind In this direction he offers to give ten per cent of all always by
_ ,After he had served about twenty cash sales at his plan;'ot' business today name of-Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial]
effects, when "'the fun
years at the bottlnoHH.Mr. to the Orphans' Home at Arcadia always note purchasing
Pendrel writes' that the weather Fla. This Is Indeed commendable of name of the Company-California Fig Syrup

Is quite cool In that section of the him. ana I sincerely hope the townspeople Co.-printed on the front of every package,
country and. notwithstanding the fact will take advantage of this whether you caD for-Syrup of Figs 1

that he had just "lit" In New York kind offer and means of helping that -or by the full name-Syrup of
and Elixir of Senna.
State, he was ready to come home. most worthy Institution. It has fifty- .d Figs

two, homeless, and otherwise friend .. '

4; A Delightful Surprlsa. less boys and girls to feed, clothe __ ea.,

A number of the 'young friends of educate an.! bring up" to honorable
of man and womanhood. Nine' of these
11se Wlnnefred Pedrlck. daughter
)wIr, and Mrs., Chas. C. Pedrlck. gave went from Alachua county and four '
from the city of Gainesville. I shall I
:her delightful suri>rlse party Thursxlay -
personally appreciate the, Interest the I tfoeIlIA11jSY Up.
evening, which was In fact a sur* \
4 3rUe. trading' public mar manifest in this

't Miss Pedrlck. however, with her very commendable act. '

usual clever disposition, was equal S. n. ROGERS. SAN FRANCISCO.. CAL.,

'; 'to welcome.' the occasion She entertained and bade her them friends In a An Old-Time Conductor LOUISV iLLE5 KY.: LONDW'f$ a.A NO. NEW YORK? ,NX

:xnosi hospitable manner during the Captain M. It. Gilmer of_High
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-evening and all who attended reported Springs, one of the popular b l-cord -
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It the most successful I 'surprise" yankers of the Atlantic Coast Line T
K they had ever witnessed.. I was among those who spent FridayIn Funeral' of Rsv. OeBoss. I ESTHER- 8. JORDAN.- W. W. HAMPTON.

Miss Pedrick, who Is a winsome Ualne vllie.I The funeral of Rev. Alexander De-

;t young lady (Is becoming quite popullfr: I Captain' Gilmer Is well known here, Hose[ the pioneer colored minister

'Among the members of the young set being one oj the plo"eer conductorsof who died' Thursday, was held Friday JORDAN & COMPANY

,,. liere.: Possessed of that open frank the Atlantic Coast Line, being In from Mt. Pleasanj M. R. church (colored -

And sincere disposition which has always charge of what Is known as the ), and was largely attended, not

characterised her It is no effort "Moonlight Express }>efore the only by members of his, own church.

1,- 2or her ,to control the friendship and through trains were put 011. This "ex but by all denominations, many white INSURANCEPORTER
'--confidence oC all) whom she meets. press" consisted usually of about 25 people being among those present.

to 75 box: cars, heavily loaded, to There were in .all about 1.000 at the Bl OCK QAINKSVILLE. FLORIDA
Henry E3. Jones of Tampa, Fla., which was attached a combination church and fifty-one teams attendedthe

writes: "I can thank God for my present passenger coach. leaving High Interment at the cemetery. There

health, due to Foley's Kidney Springs at 6 o'clock at night and arriving were mlnlsters- the conference present Fire Life and Accident %nnp zz::!':"\al'.d beet.
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:Cure; I tried doctors and all kinds at Rochelle, the southern destination from Jacksonville.' Ocala and

of kidney cures but nothing done me at "any old time." Captain many other places as well as all the

ca much good tilt I took Poley's Kidney Gllmt.I", by his clever manner made colored ministers of the city.
w .cure.- Four bottles cured me. and I himself popular keeping thetpan-
| by
,Stave no more pain In my back and Prince In Jail.
sengers In a good humor-and he has *, AGENTS WANTED !
ahoulders., I am 02 years old. and suffered never lout that popularity, as. those I'liejt. Russia Oct. 4.: Prince Peter
long but thanks to Volet)"'. who had occasion to travel_ with him A. l ro 1atkln. the Socialist leader U
( Kidney Cure I am well and can walk In Jail here, charged with oartlclpat
3 r and It Is to those days remember It.
enjoy myself. a pleasure tog'with revolutionists 1n a robbery.IT TIP-TOP
recommend It to those needing a kl.1- CONTRACTS }FOR LIVi': )[EXo:

,4 ney medicine. J. W. McCollum & Co. The Marriage pocket.As Hone wait Conilui: ions Paid.AD .
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-- ---- ------ -- -- usual with the approach of 18 FOR LADIES TOO. *
+ F DUES.
I: chilly wI'atlwr-tht' least bit chlllj'- a
oJ the marriage docket unllko the CECIL "W-IZLZ COISI

thermometer. begins to go up instead Tiny (*.. !lit.. Their Hair Fa 111Ott ,
y Manager Tin Mutual f.if IiiF-uruiif O>. of N. Y Jacknomill., Fie
: Wet of d()w itCl -rk Mason who Is holding Wits II...Irl.*.

do*11 the chair of County Judge :\111.un .
Ladles who have thin hair and whose .
during hH absence In Virginia hair 1. falling out. can prevent the hair -
UNDERBUYLikewise with the dlKiilt of n Murc-vnouKH i i fttlllna out. and thicken the growth with
N wbro'-i "Hrplel." ttocldea. Herpl- t:.::...
ban for the
judge, beon kept busy ,; .
( tile I I. one of the moet agreeable hairdressings
,\ past two days writing IIc"nllt'8" lie ( here 1st. IIrplcl kills the NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE
hud the Matlnfartlon of writing more illc dandruff germ that eat the hair off at
'used! during thus two days thin the root. After the germ! Ii deatroyetl.
!, 1were I the root will shoot up. .nj the hair grew
iHsutil the entire month
during
I long *. ev.r."I'n a sample wilt convince
of Hopt ember, to nay nothing of tlui!.' anr lady that N.wt+ro's TI >rplcId Jamestown
who secured lloeimen In other ('uun.j I Is an Indispensable, toilet r< iallt<>. It Exposition
UNDERSELLThe contain no oil or .ri" *. It will not stain
ties and were residents of this rounty.AmoiikC t
or ,dv Hold by 'Icadlnir drucclata. Send
I the licenses issued 1 were A. hen In stamps for aample to The llerpl-
o A, Uurkf mi d\Molllo: I. dwindle I.I I cldo Co.. Detroit Mien. I It is Complete in
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Every Department.
The little fellow that buys II. Cod win and 1\'1111o Grand white: Two alse -6O cents and 11.00.J. \
f Barry Short and Claudle Mathews
one piece of this and one 8 Ilodtford ft Co. Special Agents.T. :
Hteve Tompkins and MlnnUStrlrk
piece of that cannot begin to __ h __ __ ___ __ __ __ __
Ir\lul..J K. \\'llIInl.ntl Hotmle Shorn. The War-Path. AirShipNaval

compete with our prices. J 1.. llerrlnirtoit and Mary Green.

colored I. F. rIO.SUNDERTAKING t .

4 Wanted-Hardwood Timber. i
Display
WE BUY IN CARS The Hro*"n.J"iilng' hardwood Com CO. .
t of Lake HiitU-r. Florida, arc 1
pany --- - --- t 1t

In the market for large quantities of : Will interest am! intrucf Do fail to
ALWAYS you. not goat
hickory white. oak and ash tlmbw. FULL LINE OF _

They offer to buy It either la the ... SaOOt..... once.

' 4 SAVE" MONEY for ,our- log or sawed into plank. ..Sow that For tiitifully illustrated folder contains. .ln3p',
vty i the price of pine" U off. this I* an __U ,
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.: seKes and customers. I opportunity for sawmill to work on : FORRlh4VI1C I de riptivutter.: li-t of hot>l N:<<, etc f writ?

l lumber la which thr Is a profit, as t I
I :- T$. TIiIItMro\iM:' :
for such
we are offering fancy priest I FRANK BOYLSTON
lumber. This also afford the tie su4 IRO f'E .:tS.e :....

' GAINESVILLEFURNITURE I men who are equipped with teams .'- oar_...._ MCTWCT PASSEMER KENT JWIOHmUC. FUMA
chance to gt out logs at a good
/ I"oe.-.J .ti Siit. a to U ...w"'Intaut
fljrur
: flee Mat %.4 ..t......i.fc o..._
For full Information regarding
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; COMPANY price, etc... adiresaDrownJenings 1'-' 'ly a.iee4e4--so.- -"' -- ATLANTIC COAST LINE The "
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Hardwood Co.. 0.1..111._ Florida. J Car UN.
Lake Butter, Florida.

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b< :Ewe bF CITY ANDCOTJNTY PRAYERS BEFORE BATTLE. 1 t

CONDENSED 1
I TOOLS Curious" Invocations by Famous Historical -

Personages.Oue e
pr, ".. A. McQriff of Micapyf of the tour'le-t rtroIn history '-

,_: proprietor of one of the or n I'n,Yt'r t....f .re I.Mttlt-1 U that

leading drjiK stores, of that section of fhiMorio.: klni lOr JuU. H i>,san..
'. of the county was a business who" U-Core i:.'lug Into nttle nt Xuelplcli : -

to this city yesterday If you nre a carpenter or do situ. ,' a'MU yearn after Clirlt.i.m.oil ,. CASTORIATh h$R
a visitor o the <;.>! .>f the t i'hrUtlan to
r )Ir. and Mrs. Boardman of Hague your own work, our line of help unit to TKtory lit* fW w n" At-
} were in the city yesterday. Mrs. ills ling of tin linn', and ChlMorlc II II I I

Hoard roan has been on a visit to relatives Tools will interest you. VOMO*! if God would ,:lvt him the \ U-- II I

: at Rocbelle, and Mr. Boardman tory h. would embrace the ('brietian I Kind You Dave Always" Bought;: and which bait beea k,

came to GainesYille to meet her en faith in use for over 30 yearn, bas homo tho signature oT rand
Disston Hand-Saws. Th- nr
Prayer n Hungarian otlleerIofore
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baa been
home. made under his
route personal J
one of the 1 luittleftmuM' ; for theIndclruIenec
0: H. Earl Hooka of Clermont. brother 'Hatchets-all kinds. of HuiiKUry In lMf! was .upervl.Hlou wince.' I IU intizncT ,

Of H. K. Hooks, agent of the Southern an follows: .'1 will not ak the. Ian!. Allow DO ono todecelvo you In thin. u

x'Exprees Company. has arrived in the mmers-all kinds and sizes. to help us. and 1 know.; thou wilt not I AU Counterfeit, Imitations and "J..t-\.M-nnd" are but 3i
help the ,\I11Jotrl\nll.: l rt If thou wilt nit Cxperimenta that tritlo with and endanger tho health" of

salesman on jonder hill thou n! nlt not l...ahametl Infant and Children-Experience against xpertnient' I
: '
Brick Trowels and Hammers. "
'. Phifer Company. He is a young man of thy chll lren. This >%"II" the
prayer of the "Klghtlnj ninhop" Ix..
': of pleasing manners' and will no Automatic Screw-Drivers. lie lM frs" one of the txittle fought In I What is CASTORIA

:; doubt make many friends., Irelntxl 1 "O Gad toe our niiwortMn

". No home Is so pleasant. regardless Automatic Drills. we are not fit to Halm thy help' tact I Castoria la a hnrmleiui substitute for Castor Oil PurtvRoi'iCf. 't

cf the comforts that money will buy. If \\e nn- loRd our enMuUnrv worse. Drops a.ul Soothing S.rupIt, IM 1-1,1. It ,}

'; as when the entire.family Is in perfect I Ratchet Bit Braces. and if thou SMHt not rust tu 11t'11'111 I contain neither Opium Morphluo nor other Nar,.H.tlomabstaiieo. .

health. A bottle of Ortno Laxative I Me pr.tj thee help them not. l.nt tnmlIhoii Its ago It* Ita'truaranteo. It Uo!' trojM Wornm '
neuter on this! day and leM'-e it to
Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It will Bits of all kinds. the 1\1'11I of the (!..*h." ,i and allays F"v<>rlNhncMA. it citron UI..rrhu' uii lVlit every member Ot the family of It relieves TeethingTrouble I *. cures CoiiHtlpatlonnnd !
cure Levels-wood and iron. Tht' nue offered before the Rattle ofEdgehiI I J
constipation sick headache or stomach Iky Kir J acuLJJith>' was, I FLunleiiey. It UMMimilAtoM tho F Fotsl rt'.fIlI..tc'114) the i

trouble. J. '\V. McOollum & Co. Chisels and Squares. Thou knone O I...r... Hint I wbiill Ktoumch and lloweN, fflvlnur healthy owl natural sleep. i

Dr. J. M. Masters, a prominent physician lie Tert Inisj", thl ds 1 )'. and If 1 forget Tho ChildreuH IattaeeaTho Alother'i 1'rleml. t
thet- forur thou not and then the .
< t toe I
and surgeon of Newport. Tenn.. Everything need in the Tool ,
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roinnim: l followed. "March: un, 1ors!
GENUINE
iu!' in the city. Dr. Masters owns: one line. AH King Hil\\nnl "..h'RDt'eel1111 Lila CASTORIA ALWAYS'

of the largest sanitariums in the I rolunins to llaiintK-kbum h<* "rvinnrki-

Sonth and/proposes .to establish two to his side| seeing: the! Scotch on their a Boars the Signature of

in this State--one at Uartow Junction BAIRD HARDWARE CO. I I knee: "et-e. they kneel.- The 1't'114.1" pgt 1/ j

and one at Pass-a-G rl1 Ie. in are a"king .'!lniun." .'Uniphrnvllle :
Tamp Day some time-during Novem llnilding Material], Lime 1']aoIh-r. wa! heard to remark: ".. .... lint It is to
CVnuMit, Lathe h iShiiiRle f-:Hath the KliiK of kliigf These men conqueror
ber. Blind and Doors die on this Held.'* 1
W. N. Camp of Ocala and B. F. 4
Oliver "nnnnell had public prnyrrabefore t
Camp of White Springs two well- -- -- going to iKitllc
known citizens of'their respective sec- city later" of Hague-- again of this no. for 10..tftl11..re"lolUl to the The Kind You Have Always Bougbtt 1 1In

tions. are In the city. The formeris city and now of Hague was in the battle of IMinhar. It It a curious fact

engaged extensively In the miningof city: .yesterday. CoL Dell found It that the Kngllsh prayer book coutalm

phosphate while the latter is, the necessary eventually to. Hommat- prayers or at leant one prayer to l.., Use For Over 30 Years. \1

senior member I of the big lumber like "go to the mountain" which is 'salt efore going into action at sea. 55su.nw..w..e. .. --- --- \ ;

firm which bears his name at White his farm instead of trying to Induce while nothing IH provided for.. use bee
fore engagement on .lantl. :J
Springs. t the "mountaln" to come to him. He

Work on the well at the waterworks t has one of the best and most prolific Classed' as an Antique AI... _ _ _... '
pumping station progressing farms In the county, but finally after A charming hostess of one of the !

two or three moves decided that It was "big houses." as thy are called by
slowly but surely. The well is down : ABSTRACT &AEALTY
now in the neighborhood of 200 feet._. more profitable to look aftW his own those who are welcomed into them COMPANY

and the drills are going through what Interests in the country. ..- bso! the added beauty _of pnpinnturcjy: ;
white hair says \VaHiilngton Htar.
appears to' be flint rock. The contractor The Georgia State Fair will be held
That which seems to her iuntempurarleH 1noor'POrtec11:: : ,
however appears to be contented at Atlanta. Ga.. October, 10th to the
added charm to
an may appear
as he states he expected 26th. The dateof sale for these the crudely young: n mark, of decline, E. E. VOYLE. MQ-R. $

obstacles of this nature. tickets will be from October 10th to at leant HO !it appears'" In ono Instance Abstracts of Till and foil Information furnished .....ldAo. leads IB Isis t..0nDI .

In most cases consumption results October 25th inclusive. Parties in of which the hostess herself tells with ,. Oar manager has lived In this count thirty year* ant i
!15 thoroughly eonvertanl with 'land titles "
from a neglected or Improperly treated the State of Florida who desire to enjoyment ..1.

cold. FoleylB Honey and Tar cures take this trip can get-rates either The lady H a connoisseur" of antique '. f
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Live Oak at the At one of her tea a debutante rUh, -B. Eva
the most obstloate coughs apd prevents from Jacksonville or Y" LE'9 '
with the glow of ynntli. hut sadly constrained
serious results.t costs you very much reduced rate of 18.85 from
with her anise' of her own FIE ACCIDENT ntllUJl.AKY AND INDEMNITY INHUKANOK. npr. \
Live Oak and return or $10.35 from ; ;
no more than the unknown preparations novelty, wan banded a cup of ten. The ..nlln<< a number of prominent Atnmrlrr and English companies '
and you should Insist upon having Jacksonville and return. Final limit cup was Ix'tintifully blue and wonderfully KKAL KHTATE AND CITY LOAN 'J

the genuine In the yellow pack- of the tickets Is not later but up to old. The! hostess. desiring' t<- Ga.1c..eB-v-t."l:: W'1.0 '1 dA s

age. J. W. McCollum E Co.J. I midnight -of October 28th. These lighten .the strain on her youthful . .- .

L. Rent a prominent citizen and tickets entitle party's admission to guest Y>y n pleasingly' illvertlnir r<- ;;;,,,,,,,,;,:,,;,;,;;.-,.,,' _'- -'- ,,' "....;.: "'-".. "
well-to-do farmer of Lee Madison the grounds. For' further and de- mark. sale)l. 'That little cup" l Is. 1Wyearn : ",> r

(county is in the city, having come on tailed Information write to Frank C. ."old""Oh. ciirue. the ite*>ittaiit >',* "high' w

tii9lne H connected with the" United Boylston. Passenger. Jacksonville; Agent.Fla. I strained ton-*, "I", ,,. careful .uu must Ilf You Are Insured )
Atlantic Coast Line
States land office. Mr. Kent says he be to have kept| It nn long! .

has always beard of Gainesville beingA ,

progressive town and be is gl id HAWTHORN COTTON SITUATION., Trade That Kill. 1... ,
In a Company that u Ket ixmcible, Have a Pulley/ CurrvalljWrittei. .
to 'H. that these reports are true f Ic Our of tin1 rnoxt .|jiiiif Tc.>u<* fIr 'rn"f' II 1 With Liberality ol 'Qlle, Cuutra and th. Coui|>aay :
I* Wf l n pleased: with the city. Farmers as a Rule' Are Holding' But according to the I'ltgrlm. .1"! the f'U"'r I_ Pays lx..... Promptly I /
Number of Bales Have Been Sold.F. hue of toy niilmal,<, with eUln, ch.ttnul>llenther _
Harry Kendall who has been resld4 being used for lnetnn.e' i..t '
t luc on the corner of East ChurchFtreet J. Hammond merchant and cot the elephants, rolfiklii! for tlir. hurry You Are Assured !
r of Hawthorn who spent
ton buyer >l Ttil /
r and Prairie avenue-at least. sod gfMitpMri' fur theuni4 I
I' who has been ."batching" there since Friday in this city is authority for covering iuut ur .-.Mir*** fit nltlii'uin .. \

{ his wife went North several months the statement 'that while the crop it crinkle tit l I.w.k mi turn I, 104' tl'* "'f....1rn I That no serious- !lu. tau orconir you wiihunt you hare ,om- w;

ago-moved yesterday Into a new cottage Is anticipated will be short in his section tco.lel H J.rM llpKil| Into gltK. t:.. tt I 1 re ru".. % I
Mr. the plant III opening quite rapidly 'rrlnkJr.l1111 < hulk iluot., ; llicn the
on North Franklin street.
and ginned skin is pat "ii, Hi" hulk ,fw i"" tint'
is gathered
and being
Kendall expects his wife and baby In that it tills the air. suit i I. lrn\vn into' I; A
as fast aa portable.. Like other sections Fire Life Accident and llealtli Insurance. ;
for
short
a time and is preparing of the county, however pirnen the IhroMt .mM lUll''". .\ yntr of tin/ .
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their reception. He has a nice new .flrt of work often. results! In OentliAnother ,. l'
cottage of six rooms and bath. are scarce, and some of the planters very injurious toy In tin rule" j t''1 None but Reliable' CompaiiU. JCfll""t-.cI. l
are experiencing a great deal of Ixtllouu. Tl.e fulmars and folteutnu , __
Clerk of the Court fl. H. Wienges, 'her
difficulty in getting their. crop gathered. .e.i In r ..Sne'lIlA:; .he..i mlil, -r 'U the I
with labor and be
a desire tu save! up- .
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... tMtru wl ll.* retaining ilxtreuvth 1':
tf'HJ J.ite, has received a new book The gins have been .quite' busy, .Dtf ;earjr antt the fl 0 .lntf fof the| 'l.rll- _, A.M: : CUSHJ.VI: .AN 4

writing machine wbicn he will In despite these adverse conditions anda pant yellow' green and purple' are i I'
VLOUIDA
INKHVII.I.K,
'tall in his oince. The machine works L) Ioformalon! .hurfulI furnished.
.large quantity of cotton has been moot Of ttiont IwilwilKHia' 1 .7
'ilm the principle as a typewriter
same -
ginned so far this' season, considering I I"'I" )
but Is placed in position on topf A Swelled He d. I

,. the book In which it Is desired torltfO. everything. typlral l Knglitiliwiansn' when fume ''I'IA .. -- - _e .1-
The farmers as a rule are holding .
it Is not only a great labor one spoke tli< iiln-r tidy ff a ct-rtMlti I
their cotton, although about fiftybsles man huvlnc M "** ele! .l I h.! ii.** l.K.kr.IdareiL ,
"""I time-saver but produces a veryuperior
have been sold nt an average of 29% "I:.'.uliy! You tlon't inettn l ItrcrlC't1 2
quality of work. cents a pound. Huyers appear anxious UM tnrltahwuman..; Tm very'sorry. I Fay-Sholes r:

Among the visitors to this city ,Ie to secure the staple, and are now .** A .L'y fir .<, later ttittiujirt. .. .:" JI.b. .

** J. Jones member of the firmof offering 3O cents but growers are hot.I'!,mlt'ff to meet the wife .

'> C Davis &: Co., State agents for low to sell. c.f the man liv Kay-Sholes Mr. Jones she was ..> 'fM>rry tr hear tluit ).r'j|
typewriter. There is quite a lot of cotton storedIn 1-a Typewriter
>.a* Men in this s"uOIi" of the State warehouses at Hawthorn Clank wan" 111
the Hut IK l'i.',!" crle.1 the wife 'He : :
v"it little but Is making friends
very
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was never l-t er in hh 11( I Ila
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b. rcter he "hangs up his hat. I I A Filur, thai .o r* said the HnrlUl.wo-: .UK U""D)4a rt

This* territory is usually covered by S2t 'n P'lie jrjie >.$! tttt'i: -+ of man "S'.f' what et.tiM' Mr. l.a..lItNTe .I .,. TIlE IIEHTJI1CIII
;1. C. Darter. who Is well known Mr cake, ilkj you pay Thank, .mr"ma. mean" tier "..II.rr when j/>w .
'y : *!! 0> Till JIAUKCT
"tj.ii taking care of the office ana H'\--. l"it it dbtn't lo i- IIleJn't .>.Id l U.. ,wa" uTering froru a ...f,...Ite. I

''..cal work In Jacksonville aDd term eln .", g.salY' ."r I "
"No: she JHu't gtv ice an'.tLerpie. :- ;
nrJDOAKD"1r
ry north. .e..Three."- For Over Sixty Years \mrnm\ [ : :iiiad.

One cf the best arranged establish iitouch and hits Wlnttow's Soothing Syrup has -

"fits In the city Is the fresh meat tuinif tbre.tor been aNd for rblldren's teething. It .;
11 1 store of W. D. Fagan A IIUs..rte r"rrvtt"e to rn'n to .t- .ltmwb '
grocery ., sooth the child softens the rams, Lightest hits Lightest Raaslogl I The
'' The market is completely ami l ktmvr 1 I." "* i -I-'rsf tnrjth
depart atul hare UrtW t*. i *" 'r"1t mtub sal allays all pin. cures wind colic and Champion Speed Writor of the World 'r

rr-ned: "nt and from everything the grocery Is as neat as a 'of ,,i.ril unlte'f'"nt. Is tfce best remedy tor diarrho... u.. the '.'.Sllo.*-. More Yay-tiful.s' Isii. :i

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''t' L* T. Roux one of the> best -- .. I' psln..vli1e. than soy other ms bloe.'
Headabes.4 I
U-rs" In the States Is In charge I tfcadacbc. Hsa4aebe.: .
the iIio\dDe. Istliousnea. BJlJo......... .
fresh-meat department .hUe. 1
Ili For Sale hy. . .
't\ D and E. K. Fagan give their CoD..soa. eo..rJpan.a. c..ripetloa.

--i onal sapervlwton tn the Wjoyin whole 'es. 17 Arer' PUb..... Aye Sepr". Pills. Arw.SapI'-c.Me4... I R. C. DAVIS & CO. Jacksonville Fla.

Mlshtdent. They are an tl Jra.r bio ..... Easy M tak+. East .. ..... I'i
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".u..nt tra4.. ,. a Des t f Bast .a. .... 1 <

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; COTTON MERCHANTS MEET., MakIng Good. HIS SKULL WAS CRUSHES

There .Is no way of making r.nltUn1 Occurred
:i bout Two HundreW; -peleg t.e. Ara'In friends.like -Makingfood;" and Doctor fatal Difficulty Near Dalton,
's Y'yVltsihlnaton Pletve'a. mf'odle'lue well exemplify this V/hltfle'd: County Ga.
;; Atyendance. .
and their. friend, after more than two
LC- .,Oct, 4-11 he'atlonal decades of popularity are numbered by Dalton Ga.'. Oct. 4.-Chester "Wilson
';.Association of Cotton Merchantr. o6n2fv 'the riurxJr..da i of thousands They have a prominent young farmer Jlvinc :

:)'trend here :Thursday in semi-annual drnnkanJ matJe pood" and they' have not- made In th enortficrn part of the county*

",..'iessloti lor a two days meeting. A good honest squar -d al medicine. of died \\Vednesday. a result of being
o.J! 'About 200 delegates representing known companion in Dr.Plerce'a OoW n struck on the back of the head, with
Medical Discovery. It still enjojrs an ira-
\ T'nearly ;every section of this country men e sale while most of the preparations ,a heavy wagon brake stick, while

"irj,and, over A hundred cotton merchants that have come Into prominence In engaged In a war of words on Thursday

.from England Germany. Italy. the earlier' period of,its popularity have of last week", with two boys by ANALYZED
"iron by the board"and are never more :
;f Trance, Portugal and "Belgium were beard of. There must be some reason for the name of Warnick.
"' 2u attendance. this longtime popularity and that U to While engaged In conversation: with

\ rb' convention here la preparatory once be found given in a fair Its trial superior for weak merits..stomach When Jim Wamtek. it Is alleged his broth. All over the U. S. aDd la foreign countries the remarkable

lo the Jterpational conference of cot- or for liver! and blood affections. superior ere Claud Warnick. stepped Up and popularity,of Coca-COIa has drawn upon itself the atten-
''tIoJt',,\'growers', spinners a'ndrnanufac.torers. curative qualities are soon manifest; bit Wilson a terrible blow crushing Use and ta.ea..r.a the erkLeis 4 U..ad sad r. Vied A.athari-
hence It has survived and grtwn-ln popular u.a Aaad..et.a sae. ueoC.rbi.hr bas cavstsL1 i.even.retsa .
';. : which wlti be, held In Atlanta favor while scorns of less nxyrifx>riou* his skull. b the most'.i..e' a.d rr..r b :=I.Maass
t?i : dele articles have ) flashed Into favor Jim Warnlck was arrested but his ha.a.... a.-r.tutaed, I. Cast the_ .t
iIt; H\,Oct. 7 to 9th The fOJelg'l < suddenly .Andt.t. 4th., E 0LUTLLYH p IN COCA-COW
'*ata will also, attend the Atlanta. forgotten.for a brief period and then"..- been 'as soon' brother escaped and Wednesday Sheriff ANY JOR&nABMTUL .:. Iii 7OUND-IN TYJItaakeesvflle . :.
\ i '
'
.;G* 'V'convention. For a torpid liver with Its attendant Johnson offered a reward of Coca-Cola Bottlln..co.. J ->- ''I'f,' ..
y1je| program for Thursdays res. Indigestion dyspepsia headache perhaps $200 for his arrest. Young Wilson
Secrelaryof dizziness foul breath nasty coated Is a son of. County Commissioner J.
:gJOlMf( was an'Interesting one.
;; with foes of appetite,
.';;' ; Agriculture Wilson opened the with distress btrrr eating, nervousnessand A. Wilson' and has a large and influential
t'toonventlon with an address followed debility/ nothing Is so good as Dr. i connection in the county
Plere 's Golden Medical Discovery. It'san
*:'br."' lacusslons of the following sub- honest, square-deal medicine with all -------r- ---

>jpcte. ;: Its, ingredients printed on bottle-wrapper SALUTED BY AERIAL BOMBS.
no secret, no hocus-pocus humbug,
t eneral Questions of Cotton Mill --
therefore don't accept a substitute that
,"r.e. ? by Charles H., Pish of Do- the dealer may possibly make a little! bigger Taft Secretry of War Is Given Ova. '
GENFRAL y
rlrs l ,,,,, New Hampshire.' profit. InMiitt; on your right to have ""lion .at Kyoto Japan. REALZ
and FlUer what you call for. Oct. 4. Secretary Taft, i
Manufacturing Japan (
T.J"'Cotton C.1r v
Don bur Dr. Ptorce'a Favorite Prescrip
,;Waste. II. 1* Plillllps.. of Hartford. tlon expecting! It to prove. "cure-all. It 1Irll.Taft and their party arrived at i !
Conn, Is only advised for, woman's speei/ii ail Kyoto at 7.30 Thursday morning. ':Mr
ments. It makes weak and
.f l "An. Analyst of Usage George sick women well. LAOS women advertised strong< than Taft wa fatigued but in good spirits. r GAIN EJ'VI LLE. rwRI DA.

: O'tL, Draper }Hopedate Mass. some preparations sold for like The dpproach of the train to Kyoto
-'''BIa"ck Is White In Customs Admin Its sterling curative virtues; still' maintain: :; :; was signalled by salvos of aerial explosions GRAHAM BUILDING.WE .
Its position In the front rar. -*, where
1itrauon." E. A. Hartshorn, of New stood over two decades ago As an Invigorating of bombs.
;M:'ZOrk.S tonic and strengthening' nerve German Count ;'Kurokl. the famous JlAVR"FOR SALF-
-\ the it Is iinmitiatad.: It won t satisfy those commander of the Japanese right army One tux-room howe. in North Gain' vjJ1e, junt. on*' Mock from ,S't ALLEGE 600 OFFENSES. who want"booze." for there Is not a drop Taft his liailroad, on (tiro\ Stn-et; lot oOxJK fo-et. Trice $t W. .OO.
of alcohol In It. In Manchuria met Mr. on
/ Dr. Pterce'a Pleasant Pellets, the' nrifnnU arrival at Kyoto and Invited the partyto One four-room hoiine in North Gainesville] with lot HOxlUO ftft. Prut'
{; ulta' Against Telephone .Companies Little Liver }'II//In. although the fleet after whtco |H(O.(X> -Un ir Bent. down, $10. per month until. paid for. llcmc rnt.s
In Arkansas.Memphli. pill of their kind. In the market still' lead, an Informal luncheon for ?3; her month. *
? Entered and when once tried are ever afterward the male travelers visited many point residence lot in city limit, all high and dry good location
4.-A special .. Twenty-five
: Tenn..iOct. : In favor. 1-: to take as 'andy-on. to
Mrs. Taft .
Ark. : three a das. Much imitated hut never of Interest. however front i UK on nice: street' ; electric lights, city water and all the advan-
rrfrom' Hot Springs. says, ey.ntari. preferred to go shopping. tau, to he had in the city. Trices ranging from $7 .OO to $225.M(>O-ton
In .
1 v18
;> Allegtn slit hundred offenses '
-- 0---- per cent down $10 per month.
Motion of the vntl trust laws of the Napoleon Bonaparte PLACE YOUIt PROPERTY WITH US-we are in position to manage
:.tat. District Attorney II. B. Means Merritt Resigns Office. same after the most approved aid modern methods.
ltis entered suit against the South- Atlanta. CJa. 6ct. ".-State School Showed At the battle of Austerlltz. .

::.1'1I 'Telephone ,and Telegraph com pa. Commissioner. B. Merrltt Thursday lie was 'the greatest leader In the
world. Snow '
; and the Southwestern Telegraph tendered his resignation to Gov- Dallard'a Liniment baa

.... uS' lephone 'company asking that I errtor ,Smith to takeeffect January shown the public It ia the best llnl Portable Sawmill -

:!p.nautles aggregating 93.000.000 be 1. and the governor appointed Prof- meal in the world. A quick 'cure for '

.".; a.tajiatii1.. The complaint states thattffcf J.
f: ; t May 1 1905. the Southwest- college. ''at, Mtlledgevllle. to succeed .A. C. Pitta. Rodeasa. La., says: "I Beat en Earth.

;era corporation was the only one In him. Commissioner Merritt will use Ballard'a Snow Liniment In my

*; ie local Held and tnat shortly after- retire from educational, work and family and find It unexcelled for sore ENGINES and BOILERS and all

'w.nb the Southern was organizedi.OrU will: It Is understoodnter the lumber cheat headache, corns In fact for I -kinds of Machinery and Mill Sup

>. avowed purpose of competition business! In Florida. Professor anything that can be reached by' a I pIle. We carry a large stock and can'make Immediate shipment Write for
,
..tf ,that It established plants here. Pound Is a well known educator, and liniment." Sold by W. M. Johnson. illustrated catalogue. We caa tare yea so.ae7. Address
na state alleges that by means of has been connected for some time 'past '

1i1J pretended romretltlon.. the new with the State Agricultural school at Accountant Mysteriously Disappears :TVT_A r.saYCC> :1VT:3P -A.. 3SJ X-

;linnpany acquired several thousand IMllIedgevlIle. He was for a numberof Nw Orleans l.a. Oct 4.Clark ', 41 South Forsyth Street. .' ATLANTA OA.
E-B W' ,contracts and shortly afterward years, president of Gordon Institute Steen one of the accountants who

.:ttilOJ4.'out to the Southwestern., at Uarnesvllle. and Is widely Investigated the $116,000 shortage recently -
+ It II claimed that was K nice" to rte- Known In educational circles In this In State Tax Clerk I. '.

feat the law against poe>% combines state. b(.rka, ban disappeared under suspicious -The Tfclrty-Fevr.il' Ytar of

anet<.trusts. clrCnm.tanc H. Clothing Identified -
i - Druggist's. Blunder Fatal to Two. his found in an .old
as wan and4
A Card. niueflelrl. W.", Va. Oct. 4.--Oeorge empty skiff in 'Lake Ponchartraln on. Miss Tcboau's Boarding Day School

?. This to certify that all druggists are AKers and wife, who lived at Oak- Wednesday with a note Indicating he

thorlzed to refund your money if dale. K) miles east of this city are had committed suicide.! Personal! I Opened September 16, '10O7, at 8:30.1.: m.

a, Honey and Tar falls to cure dead as the result of taking strychnine financial affairs are given by Steen's
through: inlMtHke. Akers and his NO. 800 WEST MAIN STREET: :-x HAINESY1LLE, FLORIDA
cough or cold. It stops thett.rb friemls HS the probable cause of the
wife had been 111 and the husband .
,' heals the lungs and prevents Ironblf., Sten was accountant and ,.
went to' a store nt Oakdale to procure '
confidential of the New Orleans
ttloua results from a cold. Cures la : man
quinine He returned to iris dock hoard ,where his -Accounts are
s1p$ cough and prevents pneumonia ,
$ home where he and his wife took a straight. JOB PRINTING
ad consumption Contains opiates _
no guod-"lz<*d done each gf what thy t believed .-
genuine la in a yellow package. to Ire quinine. The wife IhpI11 Another Polar Expedition. .

>se substitutes. J. \V. McCollum only a few minutes, but the husband North Sydney ;M,,S. Oct. 4-TheAmerican Sec.Yo- Order to
*Co. anil : "auxiliary schooner yacht ,
crawled to a neighbor's housa told
what dl-,"ltlnn! should be made of John K. Bradley which left here rn
\bankruptcy Petition Filed. his rni'Tt.v. Then he died The two July for the arctic. regfoos ,arrived' THE SUN JOB OFFICE:
Plttsburg. Oct. 4.-11. J. McCrak. here late Tuesday. *fh ,Oradley land*.
victims hal l been married leas than '
oha Co.. the oldest wholesale produce ed I>r. K If Cook' ',Who Is" In command*

mmlsBloa firm in Mttsbug, flleti a two years.! _ _, ., __ of nu t'sptoringeipeditlon at Smith's trmmmmnrmmmmmnrmmn m nrnrnrmnrntmE

ntary petition In bankruptcy. Theibilitl.s That Tired Feeling. Sound latltuJn 79: north. Th\ expedf-

are placed at 4f.SS7 and incapable lion erects to troas &lhltuer land
If you are languid depressed!
U at'$106,701. th .priiK. and 'will ESTABLISHED 1869
for work, it Indicates that early t.n attemptto ta
. reach the polo: b> way of the polar
-- - - - -- your liver 1 Is out of order. Heroine

will assist nature to. throw oft headaches I ....a. --. -- a
.T': ai Well as Men Are Made
rheumatism mid ailments akinto Lest We Forget

; Miserable by Kidney and. nervousness and restore the energies Baby, Is restless! can't sleep at E H. F. DDTTON flCO a
and vitality of found and perfect
won't cries .
5 Bladder Trouble, night, eat' spasmodically.A .
r health. J. J. Hubbard. Temple Texas
Kidney; trouhle prevn IIJKIH Inc* mind, writes "I have used Herhine for the bottle of White's Cream"Vermifuge
lscotu fsuu past two jears. It has done me more E
vigor utxl thrvrful should give her baby White's Cream
good than all the doctors. It Is the
,y r Hess w.ne di..ol.l.enrl Vermifuge. So many times when the
whets the kiting sure best medicine ever made for chills and
} '
--- out of order or iltsvuscti. fever, :' &0c. Sold by W. )1. ohnllon. baby Is pale and fretful. the mother
,' does not know what to do. A bottleof I iSea Island I
"
Cotton
..t',4 Kiduey tront'l111111 this medicine would bring color to

.., f, become so prevalent Supposed Case of Suicide.l.nthulr his cheeks and laughter to his eyes.
'..:.." .a that it is not uncommon Ga? Oct. I. --I.onard Give It a trial. Sold by W. M. John -
i ftv a child l to l tn-!) of t"ils place, wnllo; with a son.
:. I>xirn> afflicted with .
; weak kltlne>'e. If the hun' Injs party nrtr the Oconoe riser ---'--- ':::- :: -- GAINESVILLE FLA.' I

,chikl urinntr too of ten. i if the urine scalds shot Miii rlf with hU shotgun toe ClumberlIn's'r?Ct..ol Kemedy.Never '. I .wU&
"btr-esh..or if,when thcchiUlrrncliesau top t.r hU hew being torn off by te r IU.' Bwy: i& w. It Buy saw life. iM.MaNaMiN.NaN.NaNaNflNihiN"Oldest. WW w

.,*'ue when it should l>e able tocontrolthe; OlschancvVlil:> none of too part .... _. _.. ._ _._
.- --
--- -. -- -
, with t_\ ct - -- -- ------- --- -- -- ---- --- - -- '
-,1''puSsaxe, it is >- t Hflliclr >* were' with Mm nt the time. it Is ------ -

.,;1 itnttdrpendulrnitthecan.uofthedtiL] thought that )oung/ Mills committedsuicide.
;\cttlty i.. kidney trouble nml the limt
tJe towards the treatment of __ _
4, Step ahouM __
f >thf e i tiiKJrt ntorKau.. This uti| leasaut Bank in Central Florida"e
'. trouble b due to R n.litiuii of Students! Flee from Flames. -
the khllle"lIl&n.I 1,1".t.lcor and not to a ArdrlMffl.I. T. Oct. Hargrove.

.j':itabit as most it>j>le snppo'e'- (college a school for whites and Indian .

.'VonlC'n.a welt u"tutu are made. miserable : . was. de troed bj file here on'VND.I.1y OFFICEK.H DIRECTORS IIH"8f"P"'raW'"
H. F. DUnOHa ]
with kidney" and 1.lu\.I..r l trouble. 1Ulrnlr T"{ bundr.L.tll'd"nte nit[ DUTTOn DAnK f
rrmolv.'Tbe .
sand t.otU need the name pre.it W. K- TIOLAA. 0.14 UROOMC.
nulA .nd the iuiueethate rflVft t.f slcepi! In tf-f dormitories Ps co. rreaderar. as
swamp-Root: isac. orraltrrd. If'i.h Gaped safety thongh'uh! tot tljelr I't'\ C. W CHASIC.Jl.
Capital Full Paid $75.000
..by druggists ill lilt\', tonal ..lonclnr:.. Loss Omated at CV tae Off Vtoerl'vs.ASK. Jl. K OCTTOV.J. The Dutton
,
tent and ncU'U..r BANKERSabll : .
J3U.OOO.: _. GAINESVILLE. FLA.
'.be x>ttle V .u nay _ O, K 111K)()" J,.A.MAULTSITY
t SId v.....'... J Je Bank
,bay" a supple Untie<< Julius Caesar 0. Nf CftOLS.S. .
"by ',,,ail free, al -' u n._.< s..<,_a-L ; .hed B n TURNKR.S .
;;pamphlet t rUIn<,i\ll about uup.Uoot. Was a man of nerve, but sickness I >u sod Tr.... COUNTY and CITYDEPOSITORY J. Tlloi i e, 1M-
I y.S'
inchnliuij many of the IhoUNUt1.i of tori left Its mark and he became aged j W, K.TUOMA9.
monist litters"receiv l from vuflcrvrs before his time. Sickness la often

e'urel. In writing I'r Kilmer V C*,.. caused torpid liver. Herblne
'athamtoo N.V.. l e slue and metitlou will regulate by a your liver and give you A Be>k'sIas-stuspl . leas. w arpiawr lot .... ..... a q.reee .. a c-&cIrJ' milt i is lus..r. tlrs b..t dM easy.i Ac.

.this. plJX"I'non"t make any mistake health. Mrs. Cirri Austin Ilollon.r.M extra ell.M tl.asCnrp.r.sie.a, [arse. MtD..T.rpsus.. Opse.an. :J U :.. L'.....tL

rvmrniber. Swam the -name ROQ\. .S."ud auipKor4.Br.flCilnier's the .*!.. .,. write:' ''! .coaaid lM. Herbtae ota 1 Te ttytro3eRi' paNN 4C''.:...... MlYatntee.... . . K. DetM. ,tf ... .... ...?) '. ..,;,,",-- ? .. ..".t _. _,L"o'.."
IMS*., Wnithawtow.. >*. V-. oft *y.., the, beet medicine 1. vr' rtf :';' "J.- :.. .. ,, < .. '1.. -' ... t ',IoO -' .. ;. _.'. o.r....{,_ '.....'11. qtr
roar vrtibo tt lt'
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iJ: 4- THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA OCTOBER 5. HW7'


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Dal" LYj1.c - - -
THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS. The
Sf"York Commercial says

&ttt"t Massachusetts 'the Increase= alcoholism among women : J. r.

c Besides only six iu some of the larger elite of

other States will this "E'ar'ote for the world IM" of the '
one
striking; evil
;:::1'f'4.' a''''port. Oltt/a tit QafuesvIU.rl..,. State officers. New York will elect of the day and one= against which
. o .-.lMa snail natter. A
s two justices of the
court of appeals. I'OC1E'hnd' science must battle= It

E'W.H_ )lcClU: aT... ... : Ilor.nd Publisher.City Kentucky, Maryland. Mississippi. New is asserted' by physicians that women /

- Jersey and Rhode Island will elect victim of alcohol are more difficultto SNOW

JgssE:& .BtT1tT: ................. Editor. governors and other State officers. cure: than men and that they are

All of the elections will be held on more likely to outer the class of Incurables '

.. ...., November 5th.
y.jt pREWITT. S8P'-'Com.-1D.Rooma. Taking the official tatl-- -
o Of these States Keutu"ky.1ArJ' tics furnished b A
> Germany which are '
OFTICB* TORTS BtOCK. land. Mississippi and Rhode Island ttt'II4E'I= to be applicable to other

mow.JaiD StnC"L TltL&PROJC It 434T have Democratic governors; the two lands! It( is found that women form a

a-TX H. sure psbUahed cry morning ez.t :. others are Republican. The significance larger and larger .....rcpnt8'of: : the .

.pC Ml.d.y,deti'rercd by carrier in th! city or of off-}'ear elections Is not asgreat alcoholics heady in Germany fully A SURE CURE roa *fl Vl1ATlsn' C11'n. SPRAI1. ';
a to say part 01 the Called States, pottage WOUJIDS. OLD SORES. CORN!. BUN
; railed aa it used to be. inasmuch'as 10 I..T cent are women and AgitationIs \ ioi t3All.S, .IIUIStS. CONTRACT.
.year; -so M months; f l rs three
t so.th.oryo C.IOf'; cents fo aYe w ek_trictly in State issues= now frequently dominatethe on fur public Institutions for their CD BUKNS.SCALbs.rrC.MVSCLXS LAMX' LQ[. STIFF JOINTS FROSTED FKXT. ,,

campaigns, in the absence of special '
e4"DC. ably treatment Only a !small! proportion

great "burning" National l Issue upon of the cases' can be treated. by AN ANTISEPTIC that steps Irritation. subdu Inflammation t ; +yI

leading notices In local column 10 cents a line which the parties are sharply divided. the private societies that have. up to and drivas out Pain it i
and for each
insertion, scents additional I
kjBtrtion.ft*first Yet, as this Is the year before the this time. been shouldering all the PENETRATES the Per**, 'loosens th* Fibrous T...ua.. ?romotss >

jute*'nor display advertising. made known on Presidential election the fact 1* recalled burden possible] hunch and chant. a fr.. circulation of the Blood eivins: Uia MuscUs natural

,epplkat1o that when in 1SS3. Foraker was able tiottetles hate font what they C elasticity. y.

defeated for governor of Ohio by could among the i>oorer classe in
.. .
Tie Twl -Week Sea an eight-page; forty.rytmn
/ paper. pablUbed, every Monday and George IJoadley. and other States C.'rnuubut. the progress. of lutemranoe u

Thursday, and con Urn* an the news o/ the witnessed a slump in the Republicanvote .,.. .imong women there. li not

vttk local. State and general and will' be the wiseacres foresaw= or afterwards stayed. a- >,.et In New York the Increase CURED OF PARALYSIS y
free to any { art of the United .
Bailed potOage ,
thought they did. the reaction intemperance: among women i
States'or Canada,for$z.ao a year-in advance. w. s.1ianey, P. O. True, Texas, writes: "My
which carried Grover Cleveland being'
Into most lanh'ntnbhI.I" ,'l>' '
wile had been suffering five years with paralysis ia
All advertising bill become doe after firstIppramnceof the White House the next >ear. Son among the better-ct iulitlontMl. and ..-,lu tier sum. when I was persuaded to use DallarU'.

advertisement unless otherwise 1895 when, Kentucky Bud Maryland rated classes, the need of different. Snow Liniment which effected, a complete cur. I
tfipuUted in contract. Parties not known tons elected remedial Is have also used it for eld aores. frost bites and akin '
Republican= governors, means eldent A better
.ill be required to pay for advertising in ad- eruptions. It does the work."
the leaders of that looked forward public: ht'ntlnicnt well
party .t!! .to more
Mace. Address, THK DAILY SUN. EST LINIMENT, ON. CARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USCO
.
I G4JJ'1"'V' FL& I confidently to the victory which special: treutnuut. hi l demanded It M REFUSE ALL Un HTUIL

-- ----- came: the next year. Again in 1891. a fcerUnin problem growing: more dir THREE SIZES : 33c, SOc and S I.00

when the Democrats elected FlowerIn cult as the solution Is deferre l lKditor '
CART NUISANCE. '
LOG BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
New York and Holes in Iowa. -------
ST. U. S. A.
The Sun has repeatedly called at. There was a falling off in the Republican Jordan's 8pelalty l Iii fish LOUIS.

tention to the' matter of heavy log majorities in other States. yarns and he draws the line at snakes,

carts Invading the streets of the city The real contests: this year will bean In the last number of The IUntltunll\ "
QUO AND RECOMMENDED .Y
with their heavy timbers which Massachusetts where It Is expected= Herald ale thus tents his .h..lI..n..tl..n.._.............. *

plough up the thoroughfares and ren- that Whitney will lead a vigorouscampaign on a brother editor: "Hrother Appl w w w iar. J"0:3N'SONI:

der them almost Impassable. The for tariff reduction and reciprocity yard. of The Lake City Index, has an I f

streets are in miserable enough condition ; In.. New Jersey where' Re- insinuating way of referring all liE __ I,

it is. and these carts make publican divisions and the "reform probable: snake stories- to The= Herald.'a
as G. S. :
them' much worse if such thing Is wave" give to the leaders of that editor for verification or adumbration.; MERCHANTS CO. ,,1!

party some apprehension and In Hang It man! we don't drink this Is .
possible. r.
Rhode Island where the Democrats a dry county" However wet the subjects a.&au.w aDd Jobbers IB ;
these have
For a year teams been
hope to again. Maryland too. of his Interesting naratives -<-i t
carry may
using Arredondo street with been.serious has joined the doubtful column. The habitually be we presume the South 1'!'
results. This street having rendered Staple and
in 190O.'iv11s Florida recorder. of Fancy Groceries
in such ,a poor condition, they Republican majority justmost piscatorial equalled by the Democrats In wishes it understood that he Is
have changed their route to West
lSOlnand in 1904 Roosevelt] carried teetotally "dry" himself.--Jacksonville
Court and Pleasant streets and at rain' lards. Satd and. Fartillzara.
I ,
the-State by only nttY- ne. It is fighting Times-Union.
the It will be
present rate not a great

while before the condition of these ground thjs year. BOOTH BIDE SQUARE i UAINEHVILLJC. FLOKIU4Hlgbcs S
Massachusetts has started the cam- Southern manufacturers of cotton 1

thoroughfares will be deplorable. paign earlier than any other of the goods are beginning to see' the need mark. prieD paid for Gkt kns. Eggs and other PrusJos k +
There is a law against the drivingof
States. Nowhere else has there beenso of ordinary technical training for the
log carts on public 'highways, even ,1
much hot weather politics as the more promising o/ their G;, ratlv.... A Complete nook of H.J, Corn Oats Flour Bran Meal Cotton Hood ft..'
hi the country where the roads are preliminary canvass has developed Provisions of thin kind have been and Ry.. W. handle only the VERY BE8T goods at the LOW.

frequently worked and the authorities E8T PR FOES. and guarantee satlafavatlon alwrnvv.IIVE . 1
made In the of N. C.
town
there. A have Spray. .
good people
should at least protect the thorough many ------ ---.- ..-.. .. -- -- '.-- -
seen in this another argument in where thereare a dozen or more
fares
of the
city. favor of biennial elections. Of what cotton mills In operation Private

advantage it to anybody exceptthe" contributions together with an al|>- OAK. PEcnt i Quir RAilROAD (a ,
Streets around the
public squareare office-seekers, the lobbyists and the propriatlon of $5.000 by the StateLegislature

being scraped, and the sand which other professional politicians to hate nre combined to furnish v
has accumulated on the surface of the Schrdnle Effi-cllva April SO, .iW>a.
these annual stlr-ups. nobody has y-t Instruction for those who are anihllous -- /
.
: :=
rock pavement is belncc... hauled off and given a rational Idea. enough to embrace the .
deposited' in places. which badly UNur'j No. I No. S No. No 1 No I No. I It'N.... I
tunlty. Dally Nu.ltnly<< I IJaUy .i hTATIO.NHMayo! ttallt ..1 tiunlnlyf M>int>." l It.us.s iX
needed filling in. Let the good worh! - --- HunS SUB I Man r
I Tie Punta Gorda Herald of the -- --- --
continue for It Is high time, the Jieo- says ANI----P-W--- t'Y '-I. M +1A nt "
After of to why
( artesian well In that town: "Thoseho year guemtiig as I ,,,,.
pie I>e.* I..Y. Arr" Arrlt A. Aftlv.l| t
were seeing something done withthe Punta Gorda'agreat tbe ordinary phonograph; wait ever. Invented ft (.t I., 40 .. ' I.... ...11,... . .1 I eu I.lu, ...
hard earned money they have are complimenting: Arsat Arat AYJW [.v1.. Lv1tu I I I t.r. .BAr
J toown.alh P Stk J 1f
find It
we serving a purposeIn ag
( artesian well should know that ;, Lt/u Lr/lo Artsu AI/M Ar.le
paid:' out 'ortaxes.. life chief Instructor In schools to N tr 4 .r Ar 4 >n . Junotlu .. 44. t.. s lw 1.r i,
the natural force beneath It sent a as Are no. A"tO .'.", ''a '..Jllt>> l.orl> ...U n ll'. 4U. I!
solid eight-Inch column of water teach parrots. A..I" au |JAr..1 Ar a M . .Iisr.pl." .n t Mprlntf. tai. ..* a... 1.. T SU .
The saloon men did not win in Ell' through a vertical pipe twenty-three .,..... -. -- Conoortlon ma<1. ., Uowllos" Park fur all lr.ln. t<> and from IJi. t'''k and I'e",. aatf at
rarubla such major, Itoa and Maro Jur..,e4l,.l. i<.Inl. l//
county by a large feet high and the contractor said that SMscai* REVIVO Kur lnforn>atlon .. to .oaa."tl .Ba with other lln... '|'ao ni or .all c.. tlft,.i.l !'.-_..
ity as first reported. Of the 23, ele c-, I fUaltk ..ifienf'l>bon ICT. !<.. win HulUUcM. U".0... "
the power l 1M sufficient to lift that column THOMAS 'oo\\1.INU. l>... H. 1.. IIUPKINH 4....t.ll.r_...' At -a, r
.
"ion precincts 16 voted against1e111ng ITOIEI vimm .Id.e'i 1. .. ..
of water to a height of fifty feet I '' OAK .. ,1111.

and seven for selling. The, -- -- -
__ This suggests great II)1J lblJltlea. A : /
mmty went wet by 17O majority in well of such fore might; afford powder "II... a /

a total vote of 3148. The negroes ate
enough for some minor industries provided - W.IIManef
raid to have voted the wet ticket al--
tbe sinking of other wells does "
Clout to a man. THE II. 4
not diminish the pressure.-Jacksonville

I Times-L'nion. Just Imagine CVO 111 iIDY SEABOARD 4

'hTe In at least one 'seaport townn what such an artesian well would be ......._ .we result. In 3Urfr.. it atpowerfully '
: Florida Ualn"l'IvUhMo svodqnlclijy. I:.ur..wtwu nthvrs fall
In which whiskey cannot worth to far however
\ouiwrmeneaa retrain Ihvlr lost n..obr...j .?<
legally sold. t the recent all efforts to secure a flowing well cfl wins MiCY11/$ .rut quietly remotes Air Line Railway
Action In Franklin county Carrabelle here have proved a failure This IM >4.roun'w. IwrI Vllatitr. Hvsoa.kknaan 4,

;a\<' a majority of 92 against licensing either the hardest place In the' State WasUnsr Ulaesare suet se Lost. anal Power elTtvia. of'sl salt-doss li rag Maauorr r

,T'x>m. Apalachicola however went to bore a well or those who have attempted *>:m.... and "1111..11_. wbicb ttnVia .... tot
elud,. baalneas or marriage 41 not unl-r r u r r SAVANNAH COLUMlslA CAMDEN SOUTHERN .
**t by 113 maJority. the work have not been toy .... i.wletwnd<>atuf .Jl_a_. litit isa crra.a .. ,

- --- - -- with the machinery. .' '.* bw '- PINE HALEHiH UICHMOND
equipped proper ::
,
tea ,
to pick t sal.
-- ---- - -- stow ls H*sal reu -
..
>rlJMr ttM fir* of yoatn. It .ar-f. off ai
't 1'" liquor dealer alone paid HALTIMOKK.} PHILADELPHIA .
proar..d'h...Ut on Ravins' MK% !*'to WASHINGTON,
nty.seven thousand dollars for'so Governor Hughes of N.*w York I* !to other. Itaan b* rmrrl*"! In va.. _...*. Hksv /
... _.,... .... ... .
.U or alx fo* f>& (K WI ; EYOItK..
evidently trying: valiantly to ky-p In ...,.... ,
to do business In Jacksonville .h',*w sad rnuns l u> all wbo wish ItOTAI.
', withat the thought"; when he says "an end w1UI............ Clecular. "... Address
coming year. Why much should In.C'h
money engage For stato I. OsJMfrrtBs. fTorld. by
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a business Two Elegant Traiiw Daily: '
is beyond our cornpre-
$100 REWARD $100. i W. M. JohafMm. Jn8I& ,
''- ion

Tbe readers of this paper will be _. n_ .. SEABOARD EXPRESS

pleased to leant that there ,Is at least WOMEN.
MEN AND
State
be' Florida Fair will tx- held
one dreaded disease that science has gus i'.11 .111.e ass. arm SEABOARD MAIL
Tampa next February, from theto /es 6.. buss. nil ... ,.,., r
been able to cure In all its stages, and ....r.a.4erlsai.... M '-. aU ro.Mw .
the 21st Inclusive Every pr ,
.L.YR Cf ... VH..e
Hall's Catarrh Cure
that U Catarrh .
trrr. .1st.- sad w. a.t.
nation Is being made to make It thet
,
.
M" the only pnnltive cure known tn the ,O tp.QCa'MD..s w pt .r
successful fair ever held in the sartl A.4d b. t..IM.Ga .
medical fraternity Catarrh being a as.i,1istN Pullman
Modern Equipment
teti ,
sup...., ".. (,. T
-r constitutional disease! requires a con- el : a .s5
Hail's Catarrh 4erww w.1 rs w
rtitutioual treatment.
Ith theatres forew
planned ._..... .
directly
.1 Is taken I Internally acting w- -- --- -- -
Cure :
k: railway terminal and the prom-

f them In projected new Cuiiard- upon tbe blond and mucous sar- The -Jamestown Exposition Line

faces of the system, thereby destroying
e are on the sure s4e to playsle ,
the foundation of the disease! and
you wait.
giving; the patient strength; by buildIng Norfolk Va. ;

up tbe constitution and a-..lctln'g
fit gold ball on the Zil.toot flagpole aGCuslDrMOraretroO r 'r
ormount he Singer building in nature la doing Its work The proprietors ;.=::i:.r:::.
have so much faith in Its es'-d5 M IM Att, coo.rvs .s, E-xcurnion: Ticket on :Sale Daily.
York- 72 feet above the street. ,
Ia+1.w. I } M .i..t.y r I
curative rm that thy offer One ...
1 1 certainly bo the famous Amen pow > .. .v_i yl 5. # *
Hundred DollAr. for any CAM that It p$_ ,a (dn r rwt s's ik t .

1bball..3b tails to ear.*. Seed for lint of UJmoplals. $ ir.ta tkr..t rs C '.,+ CWatw For fu i l"ff>rmatk>a sod "' :..JAr r..rvstionl call or say A cent

Address 1 t O S.aboaf'd. or writ >j
Ma'am ,,who too likir Na..eon t.Jstkiwavfla
r. J. CHENEY A CO. Toledo O. $, c .!tOT7.HON 1s A....'..& n.e.vsI( .........u Ag.at.
did not meet bin W t/oo fn'taeoia -
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Bold by Druggists. e Ha. -
b.L The Iiaaa.v a heti -.urrlu. far oo sti- y _ or'
,.Tfcs JBir- .
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER f r>, 1807 7



t LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS..- Notice of Application for Tax Deed J i BALL FOR DIVORCE I J BILL :70B DIVORCE .J"E'E F

Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888. Is tb. Clroult Court. EUrbttr Jndlelsl Ofreuit. In the Circuit Court.Ktrbtb Jwttelsl Ctreult of I SIMONS
'" .1 Ala au. Ooant7 1I'1orid'b."I'J'. Florida la and for Alaebua County-In :
.Notice of Application for' Tax Deed Laws, of Florida. Klnd MoCnakln*. Cnartta 1/cCaanla--Did 'IIa.I'7'-IL .... Brown.. bM.- Urowa ,,
for MTOTO Order PaMieMioo.It Divorce Order fubllcaUon. I, a I If
,t Under,. Section 8 of Chapter 488S, Notice hereby given that O. L. appearing by affidavit appended to the Mil at appearing fry affidavit appended the bin
4 Laws of Florida. Feaster. purchaser of Tax CeVtincateNo. filed In tbe above Mated cause that tb. reat- Bled In the above stated oaaae tbatSCbblebrown.
796. dated the 6thday of July deuce ol Charlie MeCaakln. the defendant the defendant therein, aaoied/la n
!. Notice Is hereby given that E! ,G.' A. P 1896, has filed aald. certificate therein :lam... Is nnh-nown.. nod that be barn. eaident of the State of Florida, mad barn been FreshSaltwater FishOYSTERS ;1
been abaat for more than alxtv days p*_ed absent from her reaideoee for more than sixty
Baxter, trustee purchaser of Tax In my office and has made application Ins this pubiloatlon. and that there to no per- day preceding this order of pubUoatlota, and
''Certificates No. 81. 82, 85. 84. 174.i .. for tax deed to Issue in accordance aon la the State tbe service of a aabpoenn la ooneealtn herself ao: tkat aei lce/of anb-
: ,4,:20O and 15. dated the 4th day of with law. Said certificate embraces upon whom would bind the aald defendant and ; poem and pro_ cannot be serrad upon ber.
that said defendant I*over the see ot twenty- and to over .be> eec of 'twenty-one
&July A, D. 1804. has filed said certlnM the following- crlbed property situ one jean It to therefore ordered that said years: tt la therefore ordered that salt
; , and be to bera r defendant be sad abe to hereby Ieq..h'ed -
,8> ) for tAx deeds to Issue In wit required to appear to/ the Btu of Coos I to appear to,the BUI oft Ocrjvplalat
ac- : plaint tiled to said filed In said before Thnraday.
eaaaa on or before eauae on or ; )
cordance, with law. Said .certificates Lot 5. Nelson Estate, Sec. 35, Tp.. "ODI2a'''. 4tndar of N ,'embrace the following: described property 11 S.. R. 20. otherwise' the allegations of aald blU will b. ons of aid bill will be taken aa coo*
l takes aa eoafanaed tor said defendant. feast by amid defendant.It .
situated in
Alachua The said land assessed
being at
t Florida
county It to further ordered that ibis order. be lashliaised la further ordered that this order be pabo
il' towlt: the date of the Issuance of such certificate once n weft for eight cooaeoutlve weefcs limbed: one a week for four eo..aennUTe.
it" E4 Of Ne4. Sec. 3, Tp. P 8V R. 16- .n the name of P. Nelson.Vnle.a la The Onlneavul Sutx, n newspaper pub- weeks in The OaineavOle Sun a npnbllabed .wa '
limbed la said ooanty and State.Thla In aald and States
*. .80. ,acre*. said certificate shall be redeemed September. 1Mb.IOO1.., This September county 101*.11IOJ. -
I"* "WH of Nw. %, Sec. 7, Tp. 9 8., R. 16 according to law tax deed 8. U. W IENUa 4. Clerk Circuit Court I U. wI1tw0E8. sad
I'MStr' ? acnes. I will issue thereon on the 5th day of A true copy of .1- clerk Circuit O .> (Seal) B. HfTVIEKUKS. Clerk Circuit Court. A true copy. original. (In 'rear of Farnitore
's.
| /. Ne4 of 8w 34: Sec 17 Tp. 9 R. November A. D. 1907. J. W. RIVCKS. Solicitor for Complainant. [ 'I Clerk Circuit Court. Company
:U14-40 acre [ Witness my official signature and YVANS UAILa&Ionadt for CompTU

'ff: 8% o( Ne% and NM of SeU. less seal this the 4th day of October A. NOTTCK Or APPLICATION FOR 'TAXDEED I GAINESVILLE - FLORIDAI

,;-''1 acre. Sec. '7. Tp. 9 8., R. 16-160 D. 1907. S. H. W1ENQE3, UNDER SECTION 8 OP CHAPTER

\*cre.. i Clerk Circuit Court, Alachua coun- to a. LAWS OP FLORIDA. ALACHUA(

q p8% 'ofB""' of Sw% and Ne% of ty, Florida. NoUoe to hereby virn that W. 8. Broome. COURTY: am now prepared to accommodate

,14 Rw34 Of, .8w%, Sec. 8, Tp. 10 S.. R. Purchaser of Tax 'ertloeat No. am the trade with the beat the
I P.I.'O acres dated the 4tn day of September A.. D. 1BO*. Alachaa-eoBn y la 8G6,4Of> acres In market
Notice Application for Tax Deed bas Hied laid affords In this line. Phone 128.
eertl/leste la my ome nod ,
'
:
hw; IINw% of SwU. Sec. 2.f. Tp. 7 8.. bas made appHoation for tax d.ed0 iaeue lanaoordanoe urea, baa 248 miles: railroad goo
."lR:i40 acres. 'Under'- Section 8 of Chapter ,4888 with law. Said ecrUaeate em miles wagon roa!,. t 6 .postofflces;
: -Ell'of Lot G, Sea 9. Tp. 8 S.. R. Laws "of Florida. bra
'%19-.0 acres. Notice is hereby given that C> L. Lot In A.Akaobua Napier Orant.county.Tp Florida 10 H.. R.towlt 19 Kaat.: plants, 20 saw mills $7 .OOO courthouse

:tP>ANeilre;: ot Nerd Sec. 25 Tp. 7 8.. R. Feaster purchaser of Tax Certificate Tbe said lead elmr aanemed at the date of tone wpapers, and produces
= the laauanesot auob certificate In Keep CoolLet
'yP 40 acres. the name corn, cotton rice
aagar,
No. 329. dated the 4th day of July of Won. ilrumby.Cbleaa .
'we1'FiiM/ + Bald land being assessed at A. D. 1904. has filed said certificate said certifiable abaU be redeemed ao- oats rye, potatoes, pineapples or.
date of the Issuance of such cer- in office and has eonUnjr to law tax deed will Untie thereon on .. peaches, pears plums, pecans .
made
fly application the Tin day of October. A. IX I9U7.
tf'tlfleatea In the name of Unknown and all kinds of T K tables.
for tax deed to Issue In Witness
accordancewith ntr offlctal signature and seal tbts
LtWm. J. E. OeBose W. N.
; Thomas. law. Said certificate embracesthe the tttb day of September. A. D IW7 "
:5J:Cam / O.V.. Carter, Unknown Un- following described situ S. H. WJENOEr. Gainesville (he County Sea! Us Jo Your Work
r4')mown. M. C. Taylor. property pd Clerk Circuit Court Alaebua ('_.. Kin. ,,.
ated in Alachua Florida
tow
r. county -
'Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
.J I according to law tax deeds .,: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Has fourteen churches, two pnbi) A. tar aa BAKING la concerned.

jwllljtssue thereon on the 5th day ofjjfiNovember WV& of Lot 6. Lot 6 of Levy Grant. DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER schools, the University of Florida FRESH BAKED GOODS delivered to
The\ ald land being assessed at the 4AN8. LAWS OK FLORIDA. private. schools three
A. D. 1907. newspapers borne and there's
dally-
TOUT no worry.
..4 Wltnc-sa my oRIclal signature and I date of the issuance of such certificate Notice Is bereby .!ven that J D.' Watktn United States land office, the best
eal this the 4th day of October AsD. In the name of C. N. Merry. purchaser ot Tax Certlfloate No. COS. dated water fire alarm systemelsotrie ] .
Unless said certificate shall be the 4tb day' of September. A. D. lees baa
redeemed -
and lee factories
lights two
1907. 8. WIBNOKS.. ailed said certificate. la my ofOce. and baa gas ,
.;' Clerk Circuit Court Alachua county ; according to law. tax deed made application for tax deed to faisue In machine shops, three wood factories KEYSTONE AKHRV\
Florida. will Issue thereon on the 5th day of accordance wltb law. Said eerUOcate embraces cotton Ki.,.two moss ftetories!! ,
.. November A. D. 1907. In the Alaehna following described property situated three railroads, two fertiliser manufacturing Phone! 165. R: T. SC11AFFR, IVoo.
eounty. Florida '
tow
'j( ':
Witness my official signature and Lot. .8.Leltner Tract. companies one fiber .
Levy Urant. Tp. II S.. .
Notice of Application for Tax Deed ---------- ---
't seal this the 4th day of October. A. I K. SO- O aereii I manufactory one rectifying turpentine -

'J.'. Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, D. 1907. S. H. WIENOES, the The.... said land such, being errtuicate sneered at In tbe the date name of I plant, four batiks,anther. Teller Salt Rfieum and Eczema

: Laws of Florida. Clerk Circuit Court. Alachua coun- Tboe. wens (Truatee). r stocked stores embracing everything Are cured by Chamberlain Salve One application
f.e.: ty. Florida. Unlearn snldeertincate haD. be redeemed ao- in the commercial. 1 reties'''itching and burning ...._lIon.
l Notice Is hereby given that E. O cording to law tax deed will tomio thereon on

,Baxter trustee. purchaser' of Taxt.erttflcatesi the Tth day of October A. D. HW7.WTItneaa .- __ __ __ ___ __ ___ _n
Notice of Application for Tax Deed my efflolal alsuature; and seal this '
No. 43. 68. 69
.. 123. 137
the 61b day of September. A. D. IW7.H. .
'.2&0 and 166! dated the 7th day of July Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, H. IrV UCNOEB.pd .
'.'r...... D. 103. baa filed aald certiorates Laws of Florida. Clerk Circuit Court Alaebua Co.. Fl*. %Jamestown !
"fn' my office and has made application I ExpositionTbe
t.tor tax, deeds to Issue In accordance Notice Is hereby given that O. L.I I NOTICE OF: APPLICATION FOR TAX

"'[\ with law. Said ;certificates embracer Feaster purchaser of Tax Certificate DEED UNDER SECTION C OF CHAPTER
l\the property situated No. 772. dated the 7th day of July 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA.

inlAlachuadescribed Florida towlt tNH A. D. 1890. has filed said certificate Notice Is hereby given that J. A. Maul tab ypurobaner .... . .. Vid . . . .

of 8w 4, Sec. 6, Tp. *9 S.. R. In my office and has made applicationfor of Tax Certificate No. 010.
dated tbe sib
day of
,-g'16-80' acres. tax deed to Issue In accordance 1805. ba fUed..aId e"te"'beri'A.my D.

"V/.Lot 4. Sec. 7. Tp. 7 S., R. 16-67 with law. describe cats embracesthe ofoee. and baa 1DMi..PPU".IloD! for lax deed Atlantic Coast Line RailwayPeople
.
Issue In
C. acres.ANwtt. following property situated to accordance with. law. Said cevtlflcate
embraces the foUowlnirdeacrlbed property .
of 8w% and Sw% of Nw in Alachua county. Florida to- situated la Alachaa ceunty.Florida to
> Bec. 20. Tp. 7 8.. R. 16-80 acres. wit: I wit: .
}gyp. NeU of Ne%. Sec. 17. Tp. 8 S. R. Eft of Lot 9. Childs' Addition to Lot 4 leas acre, and Lot S of NeU" of Beck all over Florida: see the Atlantic Coast Line
Estate. Sec.B.Tp. 10 S.. R. t -S3 _1'."
,17-40 acres MI anopy. Tbe said land being aanew cd st the date ort 'Purple Folder" for. schedules to the Jamestown Expo
The ... ........ ... .
B U of Se Sec. 32. Tp. 6 S.. R. said land being assessed the the tsaaanoe such n_.IM--- ,- the na A
,4f'' --40 acres. date of the issuance of such certificate of Cbaa: BmIW.Unless sition. Two daily trains each way with through Pullman
said
certificate shall be redeemed
.V--TBWU" of NeU and Nw% of See. In the name of Frances Thomas. cording law. tax deed will. Issue thereon ao on Buffet Sleeping Cars. x
il-( Sec. '19. Tp. 8 S.. R. 18-80 acres. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed the 7tb day of October.-. 1>. 10O7.

1*" _,Lot""e. Sec %2. Tp. 10 S.. II. 18-40 will according te law. tax deed the Witness Clb day mr of September.oWolal naturean4 A. D. 190?. seal this Season sixty- days and fifteen days.limit excursion
'-{i'acres. Issue thereon on the 5th day of S. H. JENQES.pel 19th November 80th
tickets sale from to
*. The ald land being assessed at the November. A. D. 1907. Qlerk Circuit Court Alaobua Co.. Fin. on daily April

date of the Issuance of such certlflttS Witness my official signature and at low rates.. -
: ',cats In the named of Bradley Kelley. seal this the 4th day of October A. NOTICE OP APPLICATION *FOR TAX

.i. J, B., Clark. W. N. Camp. Unknown; D. 1907. S. WIENOES., DEED UNDER SECTION S OF CHAPTER Coach excursions at very low rates.

Jb, Unknown L. C. Oracy and Benjamin Clerk Circuit Court. Alachua county / 4HHH. LAWS OF FLORIDA. railroad
For further information.see ;
neare '
L% Boring. Florida.Notlcs. Notice la hereby nlen that I'erry M. fol- your

,A_ Unless said' certificates shall be ro- son purobamtr of Tax .Oertinoate. No. 88. agent or write I
dated the (th day of July. A. O. IIIU3. baa Sled
deemed ,according to law. tax dtl dis. I of Application' for Tax DeedUnder maid eerUUoat In my offloe. and baa made application
''hfIU Issue thereon on the 6th day of I for tax deed to issue to accordance
"November. A. D. 1P07. Section 8 "of Chapter 4888 with law. Hald. oertlaoute embraoea the fol FRANK C. 3OYLSTON
4 Laws of FJorlda. lowing described> property situated Alacbaa
Witness my official signature and county. Florida towltt

.viaeal this the 4th duv of. October. A. Notice lit hereby given that O. L. SwM of ,..wt4 Sec. Sl.Tp 7B..Ii. '-4Oacre.. District "CoastlIne Jacksonville. FlaCLYDE
1807. S. H. WIBNOK8. The ad. land belnir assessed at t:e date 8f l Passenger Agent, Atlantic ,
ID., Vaster, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
: the bwuaccA of aucb oertltkoate In the nameolmm. '
:i l Clerk Circuit Court,111achua eouny. -, : : 856.;; dated the 4th day of. July .... t.s1'homr.a.llaless .
,.. .. Florida. A. O. 98. has filed said certificate I ::'ld shall be redeemed aocoroln '
!
1. lolaw. deed will issue thereon onthe :: STEAMSHIP: : : CO.
In nix cuiire, and nail made > .
application -lb day of ( otot>er. A. IX IW7.Wltnem
,.Notice of Application for Tax Deed fur tax deed to issue In' accordance my oraclal. kliroaturn. and seal this
with the 36tb day of September A. D I'oT.
Under Section 8 of Chapter "88. law. Said certificate embraces I M. H. WIKNOES.
'''t Laws of Florida the following described property situated I'd Clerk Circuit Court Alaebua Co.. Fla.

in Alachua county l -: Notice !is hereby given that O. I. wit: NOT1CK OK Al'I'UC'ATION' FOR TAX

,..JlTaster. purchaser of Tax Certificates Ix>t 4. Smith's Addition to MIcanopy. DEED UNDER SECTION 8 Of CHAPTER
I'No.. 472. 476. 47K. 4S2. 485 and 489. The said I land being assessed at the I 4t*#, LAWS OK FLORIDA. .

"'dated the 4th day of September. A. I). date of tho issuance of such certifl- Notice la hereby given that-T t: Harne.
;",1*,05. has tiled Itmtt't! certificates. In my ate In the mule of .:. S. Jackson. worth purohaner. of Tux Certlflonte No. 3's.
:e pm-S.-! and bits made application tory Unless said certificate I shall be re- dated the 4th d., of ..Ulmbrr. A. D turn.i .

tax deeds to U...u.* In accordance: with deemed according to Itw tax deed matte baa tiled application Hald eertlllaatejn for tan deed tuy to office Iwue. and In baa aoeordance -

., :fJaw. Said certificates embrace the will l IIIMUO thereon on the Cth day of with law. SaM oertlUoMte embracea
'. .following deMcrlbf l property situated November A. 1) 19O7. 'I tho following describe property lUtuate-l

', to Alachua county Florida towlt: Witness my nlfltlal signature and I S Ai S"'cbua.4 of county NwM Se, Klork\i... 6. Its towlt 8H..:It.. l -4Oacren. FO.D B. SA-ILItoiTGS: : E8 :H w.wi !.Jg..
WH of Lot !>. mlth'" Addition to seal this the -ith day of October A'i I The said Land ...IDal.ed., tbe date or BETWEEN .
,"MIcanopy.. n. tu07. H. I II. W1KNOES.' the issuance of ruoh certificate lo-the name of

f Lots 29. 3r>. 3.. 45. 4rl nnd 47. Clerk Circuit Court. Alachua ( i Abe Unlearn itrown said _nlnoa. ,. shall be redeemed ao- Jacksonville and New.Yorlc.

I .Payne's Addition to M(canopy.Jx ty Florida. 'oun.j[!cording to law tax deed will l aue thereon on Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. C.. both ways.
f >t 31, ru 'nes' Addition to Xlca- .... the fiat day of Cvtotier. A. IX iwrr.Wltnejm .
\ > - -- -- The
I i I ojy ofttelal Unature and neal this Finest Steals ishiys to tfc* Coaitwiie BenIce'Jlyde
.nap,. w NOTICE OF ....,.JCA'rtON FOR TAX the a>ih day of IX liar?.
f&* Lots 2S. 29 and :30) StouKhtou's A<1i DKKO UNDER SECTION Or CUAITEK I'[i September.H.. WlrNOBLM.! New England anfi Southern Lines
?I i Jltlon to Mlcannify.r lid Clerk Circuit Court Alaebua Co. Fla.
; 4 XHH. LAWN Off ..LOIU )A. INnlC'lfl |I
r Lot 48. Htouffhton'a Addition to II I Freight fferrioe Between JAOX80 VJLLE. BOSTON and
< U berebr elves tbat. IV. It. Colnon NOTICE OF APIUJCATION FOR TAX
MIcanopy.
I'unh..r of Tax CartlOcatca Nu. ft. JMJ ant DEED UNDKM. MF.CTION- Of CHAITEK PROVIDENCE and All jKutern Points
V Lot 8. Livingston's Addition toMiranopy. WI. dat.\J the 4thdarof tool''W>ID"'r. A.IX lw' tIWLA WS FLORIDA. Calling at Charleston both ware.SE .
. ha*tiled natel cxtrtUtuatea my o/fee.and baa j'I
The Bald land being assessed' at I made application for tax deed to taauo In Notice U berebr tflven that F. Godfrey -i-W.HJEBx--r: : : B..AI: : ..TTsTOSHouthl

1 toe date of the Issuance of such certificates br..bfO acrordaiMie Uowlnll with law deacrn.ed HaM cvrtlfloatea Pvopeny ""uat .tn-- the purchaser 4l,day of of Julr.Tal Ceitldcate A. u. tiw. No baa>> ="fc CI.*....dated aaldoertlnoate >ound.. ..... . .....From Lewie 'Wharf;',, e ton

In the names of A. Sherlstske. ted tn Alaobua euuntf, KlorUa. towlt: In u) ollle-.. and baa made appUoa'lion Northbound....... ......... . ... From :Foot of Catherine st.. Jaekaosyille
Unknown. llenj. Washington. A. She t NwVi of See 1. Tp. N S. K. 14-Irtfv acres for tax deed to l..... In accordance with
W of FS of SwH. S.o. .. Ti' 10 M., K. r0 .
law. SaM eertiacate embraces the following
rlstske. Mrs. I.. Chamberlln S. I... .(' Ix>t I. J* :, Id TIN. l<> $.. K. IK.Tb 'described property situated la Alachua.coca Clvde St. Johns River Line
Turner said Iwnrt b 4tur a.+ea.M at the data of ty. Florida loch:
Unless said. certificates shall be redeemed the t.suane. of web evrtinoat: In tb. namesof'Unknown. L. KS of Sat See I* Tp. a S.. K. I*-W aerea.The HstWeer] ACKUQNVILL& end SANPOftDIONiDa.

: according to law tax deeds r>nl_ bald. Tboniimaa prrtittcatra fr.t>i'lv h..ll and be Unknown.rd...m.da | the buuiaoee salt land of such bellW'I certldeate at in tbe the date name of at Palatks, Astor, $Beresford (De dad_ '1Dte""Nt.&e( Landlll
4)i will Issue thereon on' the 5th day oft l' November A. U. 1J 07.Vltuess the I4tb day .W ()ot ibr. A. IX HWT. I Unteiwi said certificate shall bo redeemed aceordtair -
"" D..ntfOl.1 "na.ure and seal this to law. tat deed will !.."'. thereon on Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"Is
my official<<: signature and the l tb day of September, A. I>
> the fist day of October. A. U. l ot.Wltnea .
' Iktl.Y. appointed to tail as follows Leave and
It. W io c. t J.e.I>OD.Uleo Sundays Tuesday
heal this the 4th day of October A. my oraclal aUcnature and seal Ibis
+'k D. 1907. t*. II. tV1I:NGES. ins Clerk Circuit ('o>.un AI I..."... (:o Ha the Nib day of September A. IX mr?. Thursday.. 8t3O p. m. Returning leave ford.. Monday,
1;f Icy M S. CHfcVKA.: : .l1. CI ,
Clerk Circuit Court Alaebua county pd Clerk Circuit Court M.Alaebaa H. WIKNUKS./ Cu.. Fla. f-n _- --, ._.__ \!!-c-1-. = .,srtd. Frida,_. Q:8O a. nrBCIIEUDLE > __

Florida. J I! NOTICE Or Att't.CATlO! TK TAX *I IrtKRO .- - .- i Readdowa' ;;; : T Nrtahoa*esd sP., O

fc* UNDER SECTION a OK CIIAITKH Leave a:80 I'm.... .. . .... . . .Jaekwnyflle.... ... ... .... . ....&rriye 31Ad alts

V, NOTICE .OF A '1'LICATIOFOR TAX :,' *<*. LAW or rtXJHtOA I The Florida 8:46 pm ... .. ..... . . . . . Paiatka... .... .. ...............Leave. 8CO3OO.m. pet
.J&JU UNUHl SECTION Of! CHAiTTKIt Nottc la b.r.by *i..n taal Ktla '\. Moat. *' . . . .... . . .. .. . .. Astor .. . \. .... .:30-
4; ....*. 1.-\\. '''; Of .'U3WUA.r t'uroba.ee. of. Tax Crun"al. No..*:e. dat"'"l . ".. . .. . . BeresfordXDeLand .. .... ... . I jOO psii
tb 4ta day of r.tIclab.r A. D. ivub. baa
i'*,*w, 1a l. re >r r1 tes (batV.. V. 5'uwler. ailed katd ..>.rtinoat* In u>y l \ rsrebs.er of Tax C..riin<>ale No. T, dated U>. baa i.ada .tHHk aUo for lax deed to tense _IOOOam. . . .. . . . Enterprise... ...... .... . . aja
I'i 41k day of tirrtctr-f A. 1) l,... aaa sled .aid In aenonlaiM with. .. law. S*.W rtaleat0 em. .
ortiacal to mY ofiH* sad. b_ m..,. .." .. t>rae e. the fouowliw d_. >rib.U rr\"rtr altu- f L. J. IIRUHlir Wlter: and J n>.pr.OCAIJI. I =PA68F.NliER_ __ AND iIOKK'OFFICJo.ll2 W. Y ST..JACKt0NVII.LE_
Uoa for taa deed to...Je I aa .t-e.xd.oe. wi' cleat In "'lee"<*a.e.....,,. KuMiaa. lowit.COM. 1i&
p,jr, Jaw| Raid eertnaeat. mbrauen the foFowkgde.ertbed l.*.... .* of a point .ob-. W of Ne'4 ri.A. F. M. IKOITMOSOKB. Ja .,. O. P. A., JTMteoaville. KJa.Pnn .
t ) f4openr.Ilsaled u Alaebsa !!tee. 31.: Tp>. II K_ 1C It taw.: run S M co.... i I
1 '.__tr. Flonila. town: W AU eba.. N 1405.. and a, to brctanlaa. :tee. Joax .... T. P. A., A-OltIlAOsaTY, O. K. P. A.,
aw14 oLN.V :lee. 3, h. S. U.U 'ttffeer**. >l. TA II H_ 1C *l K. Jacksonville. Fla. frler" N.. R.. :few Yorfc.
O.. *I.OO It' J ;
.. ;
Tat aaA land kerns' aa reset at tb date uffeV lit* akl laarj Krina assessed at tae tat. off
I -. t..uaua -.wo. eerUboste I. ISe sate '!we ha"'as ee .> avon ..rtmcai..tn 'M name of O. II. TATTOB, P. T. M.. C..O-+Baowv, O. P. A..
: Unknown T Tte Ella 11. Moat IUni 'Jag, $I. ,.. l.... . ... 10 l 290 Broadway New York "
Unless sad oart1Seate sb.U be redesm.4 * said e.rtifl.a e shall be r l_n <1accordlntf 'L. Ii. JOXM. T, F. ,
A
C. A..
I L. S. BcfeoaMB.
seeordln.rW law. Nis d.ed .sill Ibereos to law tax dead wl.lens 'bel'l'Ola t 1
1 tkeetb day of October. A tl =: on the ill CIa, or Oel.bee. A. IX .... A'handsotoety illustrated majCB\ain Jaeksuaville. Fla. esbunc. Flau
Rite.. ID.J' omoJaI IIWQ.'''' sad .... tall. WI.- any o etsJ &Ior.rc sa .... iliac t L
li -.t: .4th d.of< b.htembee. A. U.ltkrr. the ell gar u'......__ )I I dy. .peelaU7 'D the Interecteot JT G. OOOTBS. Jm. F. A... E. SWUTOAIX, O., F. A., .
".,, H. I&HOICS. .. '. frslt sad eceUtble frroweni oil t Iaek.ooTille. Fla. ., PlerM R. )B.. New .ofk.C. .
*.C3 *. ore..n CoutS%.. 4aee Ca..'1a.. p4 Clerk Cltoelt co:.. Alachua t7...r.et.: .!. Lo.w.ARest;;: JseksoavWsYae: '

.J.?"!o tI.. .... ,, ..;If4l.. .< t "\, .' k.; ., 41 'l"i' ij :L -F: : ' ,"" ,,'.2' ; lli }""" J; C ;.:. .1' .,....7VIIFfii t'j.,. .. ". M'. ...Yr' y 'yy.. ",, ., t' .' .y, Ga 1sT 1 .



\M'J ; THE DAILY SUN: (GAINESVILLE FLORIDA OCTOBER

==: a. .1907
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SENATOR BORAH ACQUITTED. -- -- - - ''::, -- .._-- -
1 =- : _J,
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OLD BIRDS' NESTS. ,J
t.-l-l-t-i-H-t-t-4-I-t-N-4-t I 1 I nIIgINE9ri C_%.1Dt3
-teat Demonstration. Made In Boise
r Idaho. Over the Event. I Many F..th.rd--C tu,.. u.. the '
"
6V. Same On.. Year Aft. Year.Hi .
Idaho 4 -United t
Boise ,. JK. D.\"ImE B. MORUIj.:
Senator WlUjamNg. Borah waa j :if i-diuinon v-ipreon! for worth.
gtsies ted of the-Wsflsrlv l of conspiracyto j le*>n s*. 'It Ins nn more.tiu.' than
ac' | a i lt-t+ oar's bird'" net .said 1hit,
'K-f-siid the government of Idaho f DENTIST . .
j I fa..i.-r'; "is often far from" correct.
t1r.t". ' lairds'. ) "rL.! .
submitted IlI'lforUot; our birds do 1"11th. \.1's
T e case was without argument ....
tests after ralInc brood
: :a
by the defense! and the Jury
ntrt.I.: .. !.} not. and their u.'jt* arc used "sift miter Mrs* RaJen'e: "'3.10. :). I rlyt.
Just lone enough to take ,
out one .
flb 1l1r"1
-aa ----
: n .u'.loli of year I hI\'" --- --- --- --
1)a) Pot. kn." it Home hinl to use their nests
rerdl5t eras greeted with cheers ten )KS, .\1.1))fc. %l.tS 1"1It:1u : 4fl
The BONE PAINS. ITCHING SCABBY v aura 111| aucr.'s*ion. *"., so \*'rslsteiu I : ;
and applause,. which the court officer SKIN DISEASES. : are they that many tlmo thefem.ilo now BONNER WON I If
lI1ad1; no effort to restrain. As soon will return even after the nest
J as the new reached the, street bells Permanently cured by taking Botanic baa (teen robbed and the mate killed. SUCCESSThe K; .S-: r I .4 l :1. -.4 i

were rung and .the: fire department Blood Balm. If yon have aches and Among these users of perennial nests '*)
w made a spectacular _run, through teas pains In bones back and Joints. Itch are!' the wrens, nome of the swallow. Office ovr Outtos Go's Bask 4
stopping. Lag Scabby Skin. Blood feels hot or family bluebirds, career of Robert BOOM; rhone :ao. G sinesvilla. FU. .
great created
principal street., eventually thin; ,Swollen Glands. Risings and flycatchers the veteran publisher fnrnlsn .. :
hotel where Senator Bumps some of the owl, eagles ---- ---
Idaho
r at the ; on the Skin. Mucus Patches ---- ,\
a signal Illustration .* .
the ralaeof
,
chiokndees suit ,, .
In atone
surrounded 1> severtl.hundred Mouth. Sore Throat. woo.lpeci.ers
y .
porah. Pimples,..or
was escorted.A offensive eruptions; Copper-Colored "They repair to the nest each year persistent and ....doa. advertlslng. : DR. ROUT C. nt\\l: : ;

citizens: brass band speared an If by Spots 'or Rash on Skin or run-down. and often build It over. A little wren When he began t&e 10
'' or nervous; Ulcers on any part of has mail. ita nest In a hole In a tree In publication of the paper wbeas DI-:Nri-tr.: t
: the senator reached the
and aa :
magic the body. Hair or Eyebrows falling my u-mlcn. and hn" occupied It for the phenomenal .jccesa brooght kUa .
"
hotel played }tail to the CWef. out. Carbuncles or Bolls ln -
Take
t
Botanic "
cut :
years U.ioh year It has piled fame and
fortune be did Oittfl! In Miller
Dot Law
Blood KOtttc :
The streets about the hotel were Balm 'guaranteed to cure the on now .Htnff till the hole In almost till. I tch+tnt,
watt for the t
v worst and people to find
moat eat
blocked by a cheering throng whose Heals all sores stops deep-seated all swellings, cases. ed uj Some.ay that' us mo>>n as' It be slowly. and gradually, the Interesting Phone \o.41: ; K".I\J"n mingled with the fire engines'whistles .
bouts makes blood comerord tl the blnis will clean: it
: and clangs of trolley car bells.I i ly changing pure the entire and rich body complete into a lout, I know of n ',Iul'hlr11..t that features of his JournaL -- ;

H Senator Borah thanked the people clean, health condition. B. B. i!. has II.N.ocrtipKxl for several! years. It tie forced bla enterprise wpen -
for their demonstration of confidence I Is the recognized blood remedy for I Is the rime. feniNle year after year, for public atttntloa by a .r... p H. KI.I.l'., JK., ,
v In him throughout the trial. \. these conditions. she Ita. t,"*o 1.IIU'kIn ; feathers nnd matte lavtahnvaw of .*-
Is l.im. pvndltur tor advertising
CANCER CURED. i wtilch at that
limo was ATTOUNKY.AT.I.AW.:
I "r.lrU thnt hallo In r powe1 sltna .
I without precedent
If have or prt
Horse Jumped Through Wlndowil you a persistent Pimple I
i tloti like hnimMnls/ nl\vnys build .I.L 'Whet pates of daily ;)
Paducah, Ky.. Oct.3..-Thrown Wart Pains,; Swellings.take blood Balm Shooting. Stinging anew ouch season, and ome othershnlll n......t<.T. were cured at n..Ior."YILI.: .. .. rLtJa11:1.ar.: '
from their buggy as the horse jump. and they will 1 hub pnc"_ to blamon torts
disappear before they develop into mew for every lirood. Some never the merits .f hIs uadcrtak-
ed through 14-foot plateglass windowon Caner. hu:: I They either lay In tht> nest Ui c. : Bua::1:, M.\III1XN; .\ HAXIKR: ,
Broadway Mrs. W:-; F.\ Johnson Botanic Blood Balra (B. B. B. Is I of other birds or In the sand. Th..
and sister Miss Motile'guilt TO n f were Pleasant and safo to take. Thoroughly ) encl. 'tnil the owl make a framework From one end of the country ta : 1 A ATTOKNKYS-AT: .\ \V.

.eriously. Injured while 4Yf'a+old tested for 30 years. Composed of J. of sticks nnd alight repairs nre" ucsl.'d.Mnnr the other tbe names of Bonner
"Buster! Brown" Johnson sat amid the Pure Botanic Ingredients. Cures Dys I J I I I birds'. nests. tint yon find have and bla Ledger were made fa- . vllt.tiI'lul'l) i OMANCKHY.-: : \'. . ,j

falling ,glass; unharmed: Broadway pepsia. Sample Sent Free by writing never l..n1"1.. Fur Instant. the uitllar to the people by constant -

was crowded with shop girls and bus Blood by Druggists Balm Co.$1. per Atlanta.large Da.Bottle Sold or :i'j mnrsh wren bull.ls several with the I r"IIt"t tltlonConaervativ. DAINKMVII.I.K.) : Alaehua Co., FLJ.
Idea that: In the esso of dlMnrb.incn: publishers,
returning from work when Joe-
loess men
sent by express prepaid. I I Offloe in llitTinnti IlloekMAYKU.
the horse scared at a car, took 'the -_.. -- __ the male: will attract attention to the I Ring along In tbe ruts or old +
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-
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u nests' nther thnn that In which
the female
sidewalk and Jumped Into the window The Dan,r of Soap. ,N bnvxllntr and NO nhlMd her from routine prophesied bankruptcy FFRhl: :JANI) : "

Both women alighted in the mass ovwkl. -f When n man ;; r'e'in< guru. thermal enemies," and ruin for thle unconventional

>_q_...Am_ n crl___aaRecovered__. springs/ to "boil out" nil thj:. old S.itnn Innovator but Bouner kept oo ATTOUNKY: : LAW :

that Is in him h.. julrkly& lenrns one of An lihmaelit of the Plain' spending a large share of his receipts ()\INMNVII.I.M.''' 101.0I&rD..
$2,000 from Saloonlat.Montgomery. the more lmt.M>rtnnt lessons ur llfo jtnd The dead thing wherever It flee. atlll In buying publicity and

W. Va., 'Oct. 4\lrs., clrlllzntioutbrit I". he UC'II"ln" n JIll, remain!' the coyote's choicest feaat. A those receipts Increased with
Can dell!! you, any I'iru|>.rty, (in. ,
mien Lloyd has recovered a Judgment .. preme contempt for i I"oap.'n'' !betakes < creature without n friend an Inhmael- startling rapidity. proved and unltn trued). phosphate :
against S. O.' Payne saloonlit,, his tlrst (iii.. it !>tI!> t tn UK_ degree. Ite wli.,m men and animals have com- Every dollar .disbursed. to this irtteklugantf farming lands. Scud hai( ,

tor U.000 damages for the sale ol twenty minutes In the water to "onk. Dined l In despising, the Ideal I thief suit weT brought In more dollars oatll a I list of what you offer for sal*. 2U3JB
_
liquors to her husband Samuel Lloyd the attendant Hives' him n terrible vagabond of the animal world, thin croakers were confounded _

an habitual drunkard. This Is the scrubbing, using. a sharp soup and n gray gaunt flgiirehead of the western end pealuiUta" In this particular A. (UKI.IHLK.:
first case of the kind ever brought In loofa. .After that first hath no more world Mtlll survives. aa much the own branch of business silenced
the county and saloon men are alarm. heap Is! UHod. The man continues to er of his empire aa be was In the days his tremendous by AT70KNKY AT LAW
soak dally In water! of the name tern when his ancestors looked with keoa",1 aiicceaa.
toe And Solicitor' In
"d at prospects of a deluge of . Equity
similar auits. perature for twenty minutes and I-. astonishment and ataccatu. erclamatlons The len oti I 1s one that. Is as well I

rubbed with the loofa. but no noap I upon the expedition of wortb l .-dlni today as It was Kea Kstate, ConvnyanolOR/ and U.a-> )
--- "Soap" tbe expert attendant will tell Lewis and Clark feeling It. way slow. forty years .1f1- -. I'hlladelptil oral t'raetlait.'! All business promptly

Senator Platt Sued for Divorce. you. "clogs up the pore' of the akin. 1 ly' across" that transmlanourl wilderness Itulletln.II attended to. Oftlee next door to 8a.om"e. .
flew York Oct. %.-Miss CatherineWood Our object Is to keep! 'em open. We whose future was then undream OAIHSSVILLS. FLORID '

the former government clerk cure all diseases by giving the pores ed.=James W. Steele In Outing )fsgaxlne. I I I I I-I II I I-t M I-:it I-H-H-t I I f + -I-Hrl 3 --.--

who has been suing U. S. Senator T. a chance to breathe and excrete.'" ..tra. ...'. !. tftil* pacer
C. Platt for several years has brought Your bandshap? Wherefore? Because I* ... of .... keel !..._..
action in the supreme court for absolute when you last washed them you Snuff Taking In London. -.... a w.-kaat -. .tats.. j Round.Trip Rates

divorce from the senator alleging neglected to rinse them thoroughly. Snuff taking la a common habitamong . .
I I I t. II > I t I I < I I I
that she had J>een married to You left tbe pores' clogged with .. ep. I. certain classes of the Ixtndon<< .
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turn la the fifth aTOiue hotel. New Your complexion Is muddy i Wherefore poor. It ahow I ta-effect* In rauihllng -

York in 1901. ? You forgot to wash the seep speech |fillld aspect and dejected de. Alacboa County Abstract Co. -VIAAtlantic --
.
off your cheek Hereafter!' rinse, meanor. resembling the nyuiptom of
rinse rlne. Keep on rlnlnir.' Continually the morphia taker. The practice U especially ilacorpo.aaedl r
Bell Clapper Fell. Panic Ensued rinse! '- Ht. Louts PAst-Dls- common among women, nod Vftrj Cut.u..l'rsat J. W III.WI.". Vlo
St Petersburg'! Oct.: 2-The tongue patch. an observer says that women In the .',....) II. K. CoUoo. Pee.-Trea. Coastline .i
I t
ef a bell In the steeple of the Churca: prisoner'" iliwk In the. poe|| roiirt will ()IAINK8VILLK. FLA.

of the Resurrection here, weighing Grotesque Spanish Honor. have. their hair dot-orated with rurl

1.600 pounds fell during the morning There 1>> a story about the Duke of paper which eonlaln eai-h the plm-h We do an eicluslve Abstract but.-
servffee Tuesday cresting a panic Wellington that Illustrates the fantastic of iinuff ieded for w>Intli>n. ness, with facilities for Imparting Full
and the ctiapel of ---- _.. information concerning the Title of
endangering recet- i idea honor held by many .Spun-
ly erected over the spot where Emperor lard, ctmtranted, with the practicalfommo.i Its Adv.r t.cc. any and all lands !In Alactaua county

Alexander' II was assassinated In i. MeiiM of KnRlInhinen. When Knf"kt.r111 5o you prefer serial All business transected promptly. Railwayro
2881. the fluke \VIIN en-oieratin;;.: with the stories,
SpunUli unity In the penltmula against Flatter I n.t"..e If* II..' only 1 thlii! < r
Bride's Awful Fat. ,NnM| ,!ll"HI h.* "nx desirous un one oc on the ln.tatltnent plan| they -nn't takeaway BROWN HOUSE BARBER SHOP "

Indianapolis Ind. Oct. 4.-iMrs. caslun. d"rllllru'r"I/ t'uICa6.oeftt ') .-.

'Charles Krausa, of 1819 Bugene that tin general' I ('coiiiuianiili; t fort t.'arnest I'apy: = TIII.--
..tn..t. a bride of two weeks was +"unlfli coutiiiKi'iit" Khould eiefUte n Not V.ry Flattering. r"I"I
rrobably fatally burned by the explosion (...rfnlfi tiiitii,>m.>iir oil tilt tielil. HIT I Ioiimitmifntol Hhe-iilllim: ll the pretlleot. hut ....II" f
of ( tin wish to the Hpuu- .Is[ the '"nltto..t.ow.. whlfh 'YfIIlt.I'yOU I Thoroughly Mfxlurii Shop
a gasoline stove. Her holy
and face were literallY. cooked lard iKrHonlly[ 'I rill t was' soiiie\\hnt rftther )murrv, tteaiity or hr',fu..? Jamestown Exposition 1-
-- -- - -- mien ul u-k to I I.+.* I old that the honor He (very for ir*:**'-:!....!Uu..r. I'd rather
/latest ilterllttlng Apparatus, and allthe ,
'
lOr the klriv of Spain and Ills ,'
nrniy marry y'anCatcelr I,
Latest Tonics, with flrstclass.artlata.
Alienists Went *2.OOO.York Mould natl.-l'| t hint to r,'Iti",- (Ii.. rfriu will be found here.
{
yew Oct. 4-Ten of District ..--t nnlesH<< Wellht::ton. t11\ fonleuotit. rrif-, puff n rrn,i nfl. hilt It I We solicit a share of your p"tr nac..1''S15 fl-Uoa.ti ta"QUlOD: to >'of .
Attorney Jeronie> allenlnts in the trial { ,-i' /m 'i',n-, !>' |H-rmltteil t'1 exist ran net ..' ;. .."> film "ra "iiaklit.CASTOR t folk ; on isle! _a.h Ta....- :;'':
of Harry K. Tb+WjfH Is announced I n/JOI U'r: Itla sjtti.Ii} .gull IIIt'aul.1 I.r' deg and Kitdsy/ j limit' ten days ff* '

have rendered bills for their services. tent the petlti'iii on LH kni 'i lie >UI CHAS. W. DUVAL I' 'nl"ov.'..

Tae total of these bills Is slightly inxcesj dti.! .* oj'M-n n-.vl to tell the Klory uM.rexfrejjiIj IAfor -.'

of 23000. a> wartl. at uJ I... Ittltld I I ,,")'. uw. I ttaa Shoe --..'".......'lay tlek.t, ,oo4j"
-_._-- .----- HH\IMIX to h"Ih... n omviit \'< Infant and Children. Shop S24 70 :
: In .l.eper. :4h.p.O..rt al. .
Blew Out.His Brain. ,-X,-<-'IM.and| I didn'tnrc M The Kind You Hats Always Bsugh) ;, Lined within' limit '.
'("......UII.. dHlllfl' al!>OUt ;:;,llill': Utl IU>
Tian. Ohio. Oct. Temporarily 'Illlee... r .1,15 ti I J itli: ',,I :" artraai.rl A U. j- I.." ,., ::00'1." I 'lI
Insane from Illness, Irving': .\. yl-'tel I. :, Bears thealgnsturs Of! sty.day Hotel Good

aged !'. secured a shotgun and fired I' Notice to Our Customers : 01 /CG12; I S 3 0. 0-:41 .1.( ..per., tttgprovrr'. ;

with the muzzle pointed at his tern i t allmeed' within Ilinii \ V .l:
rte. the entire charge going through W o --ir, pleased to announre" that . First-Class Work Done Always. 1":"
his brla.Soalh. .'0"' "'. Hou-r and Tar for rouh. I I .
) ..
I -- & .-- -- --r------ ---- rolls and lung troubles !U not affected I I'I i i T. L. HODGSON S3 6. "I 5 . .. "101' .u..,. ..a.f'1.w.

'j by the National Pure Food and Drug< ..t .elth 'initt/ of I>.a I ISib .
Florida I law. a. It contains AO optlaten! or other i I I ,u."n.u ..f

harmful drugs and -e rerommerdf It Practical STUMP PULLER utrnriM.rKEftlCIIll I 1-

as a safe remedy for rhlMrn and, I I Ii I SUMMER TOURIST RATES '

i adults. J. W. McCoIlum ft Co/ I If 1I I WiMiston. Florida.u : 4>i>, .
I -- )',... J.Ch; +ut'I/.1.Y.;
Normal InstituteRAISE I Accidental.' I II @ J lt)1''Ul.l .
I If >'I,\ .H.U.B ".&". -I.IJflT' IH.T. Slat'Letav.r '
tM i ." t> t
I .ill.If"w < yr'i me + fne- j jyoir
ic EslfEitIlulUI: : : Cot . . . . . .. .. f57"'
f snn.l. hu.l.ahd' "Ulcntitl lira.ira.e lie I Public ltigbrayr! and farms cleared I (;,,1......all.. a", . . .. . . .. 11...,;.'
rna
It wa |>nre r sri
+; *- YOUR GRADE -That raises I (1\-.-r nr leral kilt with w" motor '*" 1.of stamp on abort notice at re.IIOIa' is:> I Chicago. Ill . . . . .. . . .......:),

; your salary. The South Florida I, art! .iftrrwarrl .,'t.1tth-1 the funeral"Jultn. I! able rl"., MACHINERY: FOR ).. 'Y.ICf r i". lystru/t. )tleA. ... . ... ... . .. ....
II I .. -.- I 1 tNUgara f ..aa..... :h Y.. .. . .. . .......;t.
I Normal Institute will give you the A C,...... f' SALL Corr.. OadftJ('. aollC'lted.O / .... '' Put.In-ltoy, OI . . . . . . . 4Z.N}

} best help la raising your grade. 'I .r"t w .0. fhot awful note 'n ; II I fx kout )'1.. Tet n. . . .. . ..4.11I 1 1I

; the he threom jet. : u ..wrir O= :OsOsOssO=O sO.aOs OO WE CAN HELP YOU I I Washington. It. C. . . . . .. g7.tp1hILf I,
l South ', .' ..... "
Florida la the wealthiest and : ,, wars toy .r. replied =O=0x O=OzOa O=OasO=OsOOzsOaa For further Information and

f most procreaslTe part of Florida It,I ,olio -IMY -It 1111RaukeeSeuliNI was nt.rely s j trash, : : coaaoO KHIMKI: :. [ tnao rrvatiooa call am or wrls '.

I towel f.llhur- =Oms ADVERTISE: cOt; ::O I frMANK' C. / OYL.TON. I>t.trlel lift
Pays th. beat aalarle*. If.ou want I I KfJOCUE .
p
a good school la south FlorVla.' atLead > Op",.". DcO: ; I IN' aOo o as> ........ Agent Atlantic Coast Uaa;;

ths Sotttbi> rior a Normal Ot>'lnW>(i !I. a t. .*,t. vain. rrn l... anlfrrt =O= THE IUN.0:0 KKME3IT IT.r Jacksonville. Fla. !?
tQlr tLtnz settled' In the Imsarlnal oaoga There's' a ". ..... .O>aOO , .. r4e.:
ror f1latMr address - - ---
the cadet, =0= tso: teoostrriOssO ..
( lair never arriving at >
p. W. cO1tA. A. PrhIoip.hf I .tadleL: theta ta obtsi 0 th* tiartor J :..n.OO : CftambefafJl's+ CfWIh Aal. '

!l- .c ........-Bfta_J......, -OO 0 THE SUN. Gainesville, Fl,. Ca, t.4Yfe li.a.t ;;.. .;;"+oK .._ /;.I

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(1: snow.y: TUE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, OCTOBEB' STIDOT t


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: CITY AND W R. Holder of Santa Ke was In
NEWS\ OF t,
the
I'' T"DMORR-OW- city on business yesterday <'

CONDENSED! Large fat mackerel this *ea,M>ns* !

COUNTY c.itrh just in Saunders & "::arl... THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK

I "1'il 'assure my life tomorrow" 1"m Alderman of Arcadia 1IIIoILR a

Interest Gth.. bus it..4.. visitor to thi city )esterdi -
:. matter of General That n j!"'xl-hut 1 >\\ !1.1 Y'lt know Calls attention to its growth as 'follows:

ered by Our! Reporters. them I-* going. t'> t. , for
.; : ; ;any >IHI"\rr"w F'n T ,'-ti keg of flue mackerel, I jut In.

jou Or,!,'r i-arly' if you *unt out'V.. t*. DEPOSITS. NUMBCR OF
AND SOCIAL ITEMS, .It i< tlH Policy in j..I"I.' T H I).\V 1 >< r-.t.\ & Co DEPOSITORS. ;

PERSONAL that i'* goiii ( to |>rotc<.t the \\i.I",,"" July 22 (Opening day) $4l.357.7o' July 22. . . . . . . 52
Kerthing: In school' children up-
Has Happened and What la Going I I and orphan-" of tomorrow plies: at "the r's'm! price; Gnluesvtll.ve Aug.22. (One month old) 73.345.aa August 22. . . . 199 M
y Sometime
JVhat Told In Short Par.llraphaSo tomorrow- ln'txtoeii will all tw. .Iay"- and I Iu" -Cent Store. Oct. 1. (Ten weeks old) . 118.75053 October 1 . . 3OJTht ,
f to Hap n your |1'1" into yesterdays .
i"" That -Hi. Who 'Run May headIt :Mix* (>ora Kills Is spending a few

Ninety-ant n j*'r cent ..f all death days Waldo as a guest of her sister,
i' In The Sun. claims pettiest in the t'sute.ltatva and Mrx has. A. Murks

House for rent. A. I*. Vidal. Canada by j I.ar.ee line .l-nn\c>American soup In \\omlirful >;ro\\th of thiI I :ank t i.. no doubt, at-

t pay your city)loense at once. The EQUITABLEduring :Clb: ("MU"'.. Just the thing for a quick tributahlo much to tilt! fnrilitio otfiMv.l! :al"l l the liberal, ,,

cranberries. Saunders & : meal Saunder & Karle.TolUt ..
t
Fresh )4)1itO of its
\ 1t'n') settled within ONE prOgri\'t' | \ luanagoiuent.! ato tin tinancialf M
11c..nt box threecnken
Earle.:: soap a
DAY after proof of death I its t"t'khl.lt'I
fo-; were re tn'nKth ;
sale. Gainesville Cycle
Carblte ceivt'ltl.Vb. claims are not paM to box. Satisfaction guarMiitee

CompaDT. immediately it i ia usually due to delayon GalnoHMlle 5 and 10-Cent Store. (,

,i Buckwheat and flapjack flour. Saun the part of the Itenericiary>> in <*nt>- I :Mr :and Mrs. A. O Stoenburg and
n\ittinj$ complete papi>n+. We Four Per Cent Interest in Our
ders & Earle. I Mrs. I U.'ac Stevnhurg 1 left yesterday Pay Savings Departmentand

You will And a full line bf meats atFagan' COUPON for St Petersburg' where they will "

reman: for a few days un plenaureV on Certificates.THE .
market.puckwheat.and. Fill out and mail to C. F. fio..nu'n. .

pancake flour at \V.S. Local Agent tlaim''ville. Flu \ l I' Kagan & Cow grocery amimeir . r
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Dorsey ft Co's. niirket: have a full line *.f staple' -

and ram grocerleH and fresh iicntCornei .
D. R. Colson made a business tripto Without committing my..lf to any >
East:: Mulii anti I'nlon trveti ARNOLD HOUSE{ ?
Mlcanopy yesterday. action I thall IN I glad l to havn you Phon. nV I .

Neatly furnished room for rent. send .no full tarticular* J"t'la..lin( YM,
. J llnmnioiid. the merchant of
201 N-.Oak" avenue. STANDARD for :UH KisT MAIN JiTUKKT: : :N.-
Apply your new Policy,
Hathorn and one of the leading:: citizens

Star hams sweet and Juicy-,.... None of the East Knd.Hpent yesterday In ROOMS AND BOARD. TABLE BOARD A SPECIALTY

& Earle. . . . . of hL"ltIran ...
better. Saunders $ .r, on tl this (;lton hl1 hlt"t4I11. He. liax lust .- -- -

Pig value, in lace and embroidery. r rrntunl.'d.. with his family from point* .TAT. Strickland of lIacut' .,..

Gainesville 6 and '10-Cent Store. life of a person\ . . . years of ages. I in North Carolina after delightful trading In the city )ratertiny I CONTINENTAL

Not only pure but of great strengthBlue vacation of several weekaHe .
ti'' Name . . . . . . . . . . . . \V. II Troy of the Southoru MollTelenhone (
Ribbon Vanilla. Your grocer I % t' F. Pnrkor of Ilrooki cam* 1..tlIlIIIIUItlnnt". IM In RESTAURANT

baa iLMrs. to town yesterday for medical trvatment. the city ;
Addre& . . . . . . . . . . . I
Sam T. Gay of Mlcanopy spent :i tremendous tumor |UIHKformed | Attorney George: Scotlcld hm returned -

.yesterday In this city as a guest of. on his throat which It IM necei. front a professional|> visit l to round .'Ir->fIt !. r I r - with the NtirKoon'aknife unflul..nltl Wt lrlratln
relatives.Mrs. 14ar> tit remove .
For the best cuts of beef call at Jsiktlonvll. I Two f..", a..UIL"" .. .".. '
Sallie F. Jackson of Archer Pagan's market. 11 is ninny friends sincerelytrust Andrew Smith a clever. young innn .urln* i'oioforl. .,-
spent the day shopping: in Gainesville that the operation wllf pro\e t',
of Archer was In the clty on u -I.-It l
'esterday. See our 10-ceut line of candy. successful and that ho will soon' be- I'
3 to friends .tt.nl'y.
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Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store. able to resume his usual avocation i
Our- FIRST' CLASS "CHEF"OYSTERS
chocolate candy can't be beat
.1. A. Abrams hat iiuned fromjHckHonvtlU i1.t
Raspberry Jam. the finest ever; lib. . .
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Gainesville 6 and 10- - -- - - - ,
the -
for price. *, where he *MM called u ,
can 15 cents. Saunders & Karla. ,
liieHH.' '
We have Just received another ''lot I
For Rent Furnished rooms for :Mrs.V. T. Xetrouer has gone to
of those delicious hams. W. S. Dorsey. YORKRACKET
light housekeeping Apply 304 W. & Co. NEW Hochetle and \\'h..1Mul"o'h'rtt alts will Th Very B.tt Selected l Oyctar Just !I i

Church street. visit relatives! for a few ilayn I ." .
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hart of Dunnel- Wanted-Two or three rooms suitable Arthur Voyle has gone to Ouiturlloiiand In-S.rv.d Any 8txl*.

lon favored Gainesville trends with I for light housekeeping. Address other |Milnts In the interest of I )

a visit yesterday. I Box 191. City. the .Kat "'Inrlrfl.t"I.'I''u"' <. C4l1ll1'4ny I MEALS. 35c. i d
The bent line of 5-cent lace and 10. .
The Sun Job rooms are always Mist Alma Hillllvnn. the efficient
cent embroidery ever offered at Place for Gintl.me) an lChildren. .
<
find time to do
busy, but we caq your and ucconinioilittlnK chief III..rllu of .
work with neatness said dispatch.For Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store. Cheapest Store on Earth the telephone exchariKe.! has grille to t.,

Nicely furnished room, on block adjoining Quick Lunch. a specialty
Rent-Modern Broom ,residence Waldo on u visit to relittlven.KllKlne t k '

on East Main St. opposite,the Catholic square to rent. Apply In ..r Oe.,rKe -tabrIMk: of high .
front of Baptist church or at Sun '
church. Apply to J. H. Hodges. HirlnKs.| who IN running H train on

Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any office. the Atlantic t'oant l.lne lM>twe *n that STOVE wi-3.!

case of'kidney rouble that la not be- Mss Annie Ellis ban returned from School School place and l.ak, ,d.nd. U here ou a Ult .

yond ,medical aid. 'd. W. McCollum & White Springs where she spent two to his wife. :"'::= :':;':-.' ,
weeks pleasantly. Miss Bills is delighted
Lacy ThoniaH. W J. Harris anti II.
Co.C. I/" with that popular resort. _______ I Wo in .
C. Cagle has returned from Ot <1. Perry three well known clttieitn I can Hiipply you BOY

ter Creek where he, has been !In the Nelll Thomas of Palatka has arrived of tielmore. Clay county. are In the quantity font omwtrun > ...

Interests of the Gainesville Furniture in the fjlty and will behere several Supplies for All the city on bnt.lltess conii>.ctd with th* up,

Company. days as a guest of his parents. Mr and United States land otnce.

Mn C. A. W. Thomas-North Pleasant -
Mark J. K. Whlddeti and family, who have
Mrs. S. J. Thomas and son School Children.
aU.@t.Jo.rank Fir price appl t.. .1. 1 K. KBAt'HK.GAINESVILLE 1-
]Maser, have returned from Asheville, been residing at the corner ofXV t

N. C.. where they spent the heated D. Warner has returned Main andV*-..t Ifnlun streets, have .f.fI

term roost pleasantly. from New York. Mra. Warner will inovfMl, ) I Into the Hesitrier. residence 2 tll
extend her visit to the great metropolis Went Mcfortiilck street TIE COMPANY : '
liemeniber we are giving: 10 per TABLETS I'I'Cha. I !
for a short time returning when >.. 4.
.. formerly delivery
the A ferry
rent of our cash sales today to
cooler neither; seta In.IIKat' .. ..
BOOKS '" ---
orphans. Buy from us and help this COMPOSITION clerk of the iuttiern l:x|'r*>MM
:\ Helen Harrison of Appleton. In this city has Meet I
worthy cause. ..J. Manasse. pang en"1
Wls.. has returned to this city, after a INKS rarlly traimf erred to the ('..|.* Miss N. '
A. Wenske Is prepared to do all I
In the North. Nortont
delightful summer spent I Nlelle run urn lie AtltulU. fun*! Lion I .
kinds of contracting; and carpenter She came to enter the Gainesville PENCILS I, 1".1.1'. I -

work, upholstering; etc. Satisfaction Graded and High School. as j i
guaranteed and bond given when re- PENS I \\'ult.,,. I I', Corhelt n proinliM'nl, In
Harbor College. Atlanta O'a., I Novelties Books Stationer .
.quired. 1102 Alachqa avenue. Moler I si.rnuc Inn II of Jacksrnlvllie. I I. Inline ; }
teaches the trade by free clinic and CRAYONSSLATES: I
I n. LiIIl 'nblum. 'p rol'rletor 1 of the city MM hiss a IMIII, hits, wine hy I J
week Souvenirs Sheet Pictures
careful Instructions I..J.PW' ; poJOIIH
,alne\IUe Automobile Company removed the. way Is n very popular.. "", ute unit ,
waiting for everybody who will I MM .1..11I"10. ninth! others, ..t
Sanitarium unionic
to the Odd Fellow
learn. Write for particularsK I and Picture Frames r
Ae terday for medical treatment. Ills "LEGAL CAP PAPER tfii'tlutc the lTnlrKlfy. hr . . .
:or. Townsend, who ha" been herefor
friends hope that he will HOOII miffckntly !- ...fUtt. M II.| M (">til.*< lwiKiiutiM.*t ""!>..(tw to
few days an u gtient
ttit ltast
BOXES
: recuperate' to enable him PENCIL lt.ive tod.)' for (juln ') ...I"r.. wiix
.. It. and T. It Kill.: / has returnedt 206 Eut Liberty Street
lo resume attenthn to his butdiieH will ri hr lutu-- .... a l.r"rh* He was well pleased LUNCH BASKETS
: .ome
In th*< (julnc) Graded and llti(1i GAUESYILLE. PLORID4 ',
Plneniount.
Hon. J, M. N. r -aeoek -q y with the proKreNM' fiitllieHVllie ullltehe .
trtmt Su SPONGES t4c b.,1 :Ml.4 I..t. .mU.! ...*< U rK.irdf'Jus .. ,
former State Senator -
was last ther' I
iittn of the nioMt ..t.iwli| .t teastit-j
friend
.mnee county, and a penal\ and Hurry I> *ntoii left I
Oliver
M
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dikes h rulfClirlxlltif. Co.
')f Honator II. 11, MeCrea**', with yesterday for a tI.rPAK., .* hunting And everything needed in the ers .In the wherever Ktne.| and she la as.lgnrtl. I Atlantic Plumbing
1".1.
whom he nerved 'two year in the In the vicinity of Shell. 1-
and fishing trip school room. i ""HIM, ".. V MIK; Jl If' >t M- J't
>use and four yearn In, the 8e>nattt. Mound Mr. Oliver lots h..-u In |ssr I iI the fiHirMf old d.sughrerf i ,
I
in the city ou business. It I" health for the i'ust few .... e.ki._ and Come around and make your ., Mr anti itr( I> ). 1oink! .... .ii. Plumbing, ;

1-cri "i that he may locate in Alachuacvua' It I h. honed| that ontd.K>r camp llf- will : t..r.III..1 l a iiumlMT of her lltilfrltnd >
xt no distant day. selections before school opens. $ 11'11| the
-- benefit him. ..10&ii' th. hone. of hr p 4Ir..itt 'i.hi Steam and Gas Fitti{ ,
----- -- -'-- --- -- MTM John' \\ IIri "iiflM or l-Vruau Prices the Lowest. ,
r..t U"hl.III. ....tr Uy" sflernnamrisers
who lies t ewn here on a visit l to
diva
.
strut Iwetsty &.Ir-III andhe lsuesewn.b.rt. incurs. l'
were
brother.V'. 4. Ixirey. bit retuiTi -
ii her
Dorado Cafe '4l to hr horn. Mr*. Ilro-ttflrld t hale' folk fiijoyeil U.h l '. ,tee. ., I ...... ",........<<...., .,. .. .. ..' 'CI. ... M..W
the full-** r.l-lit. iH/r-tn the "eft. w.ieC. a W...w..,
r*>-nT.xI here at one tlmo win during which delighted PHIFER BROTHERS ..f..... dell." 'I'm-- rrtrr't'n.-lit-, ..r I .............. .n. ......... '('A"a,.x'V Ut, ,
w--re
she made many friends r.yr.isa ?r '.ten SE511.1.5, 1't.A:1;
-_ere r'1
ABOUT 8YSTERS to grt fur again

]the M ..n.atkof tMntidenarntLlvne Thoman l* r ty bas r..t..rr..1 l from - Ste

) in the p..ratnn ..?llinin < Kentucky hit old h-re bespent I M
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fcdI pro If.erlr J MI, 'Hvpared know. they" I Anti anlian' ciAclranir >-. friend a and de.erv-d rUtl vacation.. Mr I n.n in....one..,. -(......"_,...1 ....p.t...., 0 1 L BANK N K Mgla. I),'..rt..t

I horn" Tat are nation**!. FIRST NATIONAL rOCK ftJ CENT: 'IN. ''
his
ItytMrs require" careful ttnti*>nn feels ery much Imlru.1. fr vacation e, '. w.imt; the .,....... .. 1 FJtzS':, 'r .Uow.l M 5Mri ......
w" ,- away front ll.* ***vt, at..1! which b*" .., .c..r..11 flU" r.- awl {1-1- t.

h.:.sill U) |_pan.1 try ...w. .wlmk of the most enjoyable h.. evr spent.Rer. .C-pet-..l.e.l..a.f e4d tteriwb.... JAS. M. CKAIIAV1./ "'-.. .l.D.:. W IIYCHXLIX : v..p rase l 'Pa'Were. ....... 1'r. cw.INTFJ .
w>w.| at a ri._i ctf if. they arr tit Art C'-I-t. Id..t .
GRAHAM.
.. I- pastor of CM A/J .l *urAH wp.....- -I H E. TAYIXHl. C-J.-; *, : -
t cooked.For James J.veto
) <.:5r p...J ...
has returned _.&I.r.Dldel 0.... -
church
I havw preparedand
two wttMon vent Christian '- fir' .I J-, -' }oJ,.
nervcx! you the U-- yUr.-, from his vacation, which b*> spent a-;...... sr.Metr.1 b United States State Connty and CitJ Depository -
.
;frr.wii, and have never" taM >, t.S.n4aDd As..w..y 6w .-J
most pleaaantlr. an. ,na deit D-: veil ___ .Le ... t'i
OOLLAH .
plaint.
k ONE *
. at Wa>cro. (;a. TM n_..I Mrdvl -f .. .,. <
They an her now-- n lr a*they relative .... cv. ..
ttoold be'IRrrtt.UasIn every way services win now be resumed at tints ........ JHE OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY ;
till 1" : >- l. .
Open every Diehl : hareb.. u* which the public eordtally

later if neerase ryO' hn1t.eod..J. - .. .
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I. .HEW FALtWeAre Pleased To An-FOR THE FALL


THE 0. W. Y. AND WINTER
: f l nounce The Return
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i '. Announce the return of their buy- '-IN- of .Mrs.. Hitch TRADE

ifir from the East where they have BELTSBAGS Hew Table Linens
;: .. ers Who will have charge of our
Towels
I r,*,,"t'?(' been f for the as'' four weeks: shopping. Millinery section. With a I NapkinsSpreads,


'.,;&' the markets! : .and are pleased I ; to say that NECKWEAR FANCY NOTIONS rush she is making preparations -


: they will be. able to show for their ,Fall'l HOSIERY'a for our, vFine Hosiery


f:: trade: the very latest Fabrics and the CoRSETs FORLOPENING' Good Underwear

t all lines. RIBBONS . e 13 so -,. .3" itrw 7! '=v Comforts
4 very newest styles In :
j : Fancy Dress ''Trimmings Announcement of which will!: Bbnkets

t""i Great care pas been given tp. the LACES be made in dUf .time. Men's Furnishings


:;t v. selection of the goods and we assure' EMBROIDERIES.WAIT. FOR ,IT. Dress Goods


t.,. I you that the very best values f fof the Fancy Handkerchiefs Everything in high-class de.sirnbleMillinery Silks .

/f\: r [ will be on display. If it isn't
t ;;,, money will be f found In t this store. New Goods Each Day here,today it will 'be soon. New Goods Each Day

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fi' We visit the markets at the time 4-.


.: .-A,, when styles are settled and you get the S2Sl'amen': s Ready-2aqe Apparel


:;(\f( very I latest. Thi: is where we do' ourselves, proud. \Ve' can safely nay that we will have on

F (tlisplay lH handsome: garment: as: .will he found in any -city store 'Tis: true our

be but the beat styles will he- entod, and at moderate -
line may not as large, very repre

J I It will be the greatest: showingin prices. WATCH FOR DATE OF OUR FORMAL OPEN IN"G.
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*4 the history of the Hyde Store.. ,

., FINK TAILORED SUITS AND N SKIRTS
JUST TO REMIND YOU:
; . .. -FINE \VAISTSCLOAK8EVEXIXGew -
}. N goods arriving daily.VVatch I ,
;-: r WRAPS-SILK RAIN-COATS IO: -FINE- lIISLII3NDI,R1\"LA1:

1" SILK IIHT:5-S1LI: PETTICOATS. Weill appreciate a chance to :hhmv

: ;r f for Date. Announcement will be made when lino is .
: \ ,our Opening yon througli thi Department. cOluplt.te.l
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',! AT THE CHURCHES TODAY. aervlce at 7:30 o'clock. There will bea NEW CHURCH ORGANIZATION.
HOUR service by the choir followedby Feel Miss N. Norton
List of Various Places of Worship, a sermon by the uHtor on "How Society for Promotion of Sociability b, "
Where Those Desiring May Attend. to Know the Doctrine." Among Presbyterian Congregation. Bad '

'Services will be observed at the Klrnt Presbyterian Church Ilev.ThoM. Through the Instrumentality of -
,t various. placet of worship this Sabjbath I'. Hay-Morning turvlcea at Mesdames Geo. i'. Morris. I*. C. Lynch, NoTelties, Books Stationer
follows 10:30: cluck; subject of ermon. Hay and Hrumlej, a large number of a.'t tA' disc
ta an : ""d Kk aa..t
+ First Methodist Church Itev T. J, "'I he Ilrazen Serpent." The Lord's young people of the congregation of rbadrr'r i- Souvenirs Sbeet Pictures
:INIxon-Sunday school at 9:30: n. m. Supper| | will be administered at thisservice. the Presbyterian church met at the
''r"' Preaching and holy communion at Sabbath Bchool at 3 p. m. residence of Mrs. J. 8. Hod I ford Friday HICKi' and Picture Frames . .
Thin will t>.* the annual rally 8rvlce night and organized a society the :
dJ( 39:45 a. in. The pastor will talk to .g 10 CtsQ
UGtIiD
the and of the HcluM l and congregation when object of which ts to promote sociability
young people request| parents "
to be present with their children. or)erliiKit for Sunday school nil Hlonii among the young people' of tho SMDtATELT, 206 East Liberty Street
l1't will IIM taken No; evening service on congregation and to welcome visiting It.tl..tmtis..tirn,. Pain.sIao.
1 Orange lilossonis 2:30 I p. in. Senior Itul.r.La. 5.*Sou at druggists GAIXBSYILLE FLORIDA !
League at 3:30:: p. in KvenltiK account of the afternoon Bervlce.At strangers and make them feel at

_. __ - ..,_ ____ _ _ he First KaptUt Church there home. There were forty-one present
....
will be and the organization was perfected .D.D.a.OOOG..a..a
+" Iwo Kr lId| rally norvlcea todayto
1= welcome back the I castor' Uev. SIt. b>' the election of Mist Myra Mc
13 0"e ItofrtTM. who has Iteett So long dllC4-!! Millan\ .president, Ralph Ohapln vice- GEN WANTED !
utilod from pt-rformliiK his duties on president, lX>lph Vidal secretary, and .
account of I II"C.tlM. Dr Rogers lui \'. Miss :Maggie belle Taylor treasurer. --. .. -
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(ever f.'el!. th.it he will IM able to The young p 'ope manifested much
UNDERBUYLikewise deliver a talk at both tter\'lce*. and Interest In the work and the new society TIP-TOP ('(() TL\CTS( FOR LIVE" 31KXlienewal ; .
4 e,cry member of the l'hurrh'nn 1 promises! to be n great help. to
(\>inniH:(iun<* Paid.m !.
friend of the church are requested to the church.
be present and join In Making Itt"1 I After the election of o til errs the -.\ >iti>: s-
I ervUM a grand l l.nfO rt"aMIrh... evening was passed. b>' the rendition I CECIL Wii = X
niornhiK service 1 will bexlii at lit:3tami n I of tocal imiMlcnl selection. and the E'\82
\iunrti'r The Uf ,
I, of elegant refreshmentsstrted Mutual Itt ursncf I'o of \ Flit
the evening *-.rvlc.ftt 7:30: !onstimlng ''
L \'clock. Snndit school will be. heldat by Mrs.I lUxllfnrd, Kvef>'oue ..a..aDG..ooa aa

UNDERSELL: the usual hour !>:3!,> n. In,. amiotlu present Is. loud In praise! of MrsHotliford's --- - ._- --
I r church: MHlcilen will meet jtt I hospitality and declare that
P 'j the usual hour. Or. Hoger* subject they would like to untke her! home! the
for the niornliiK v\'rlce\ will||| )h e" "A regular place: of meetln
The little fellow that buysone HfvlMil of h'l thiul >." 1 In the evenlimh I I The dixlety will hold r..Jtuhr month. THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
piece of this and one will talk on OliocnliiK. the HJ.I I ly I meetings I I _

piece of that cannot begin to (.iiriiKdl... I I +I II
I At the Advent iMirli-tltn; Vhurcli. of LETTER TO COLSON t BLANDING. < Calls attention to its growth as follows:
compete with\ our prices. Mhlch" KIU"ir Jan\en I.....>, In (vuMtorth OaliK vllle.! Florida, I
__ ___L__ _____ __ .
r M > .10"- said
re will be UIlII'hu4,1 at 10 a Pear Sirs: Hillings: never j janything
than this "Hue- DEPOSITS. NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS.July .
truer :
any
ey' m Prt>achlnK at lo: 45: a m on the (
WE BUY IN CAR'SALWAYS Biihjf. "Two ,Cnndttlou:' ."n'uc-h.1 j cess blunders flut not but kon not"l In t. tnakln ov never' the makiit same ;< 22. (Opening day) 41357.75 July" 22. . . .. .... ... . . 52
IIIK at i :to i*, m : subject l r nrei..) wnn twlat I Aug.22. (One month old) ) 73.34A3 August 22 " .. .. . .. 1"
Ue ChrUtlanll' )," A full utteurlancIn *- V. U Watkins of 1A.'tt. TfOJi.4u, had Oct. 1. (Ten weeks old) . 118.75658 October 1. . . .,". . . . *"
.lfO.lnocl ut the Sundny .rhool sere his house tainted some years ago and i
It took 13 nations of what he belted
lee ine i>ntr 'r* are to le elected :, '
tt> be pulut: he bought It for |>*lut.
SAVE MONEY for ourselves And all should t>e present| to particlwoe j and It looketl Ilk. pslnt. the painter isaid
| In the 'workAt It was ,ninLIle !
( The \\otnl.--ful: n u th of thi. Rink i is no'doubt attributable -
the'j I ,
and customers. ( the llolr, rlntty church. had It painted attain: It took j
u 111 Christian church suit St Tatrlck' 7 gallons Ivevoe, I a- much to the fiieilitie* offered, and! the HI}*'ralive
It cost $fti before: now Jai:;".
I church, the usual; arrvlees will IM I He knows It Is row..tt"C1 now, and i )ntgrt'iii iolioy of its! management: as to the t financial
held I j his got that 131 la a safe placv
' t trenth of its
GAINESVILLEFURNITURE He's got his knowledge In a safe ;+ stockholder
For Over Sixty Year f fMr place, too roars trulY t
:1.1 F \\', DKVOK: A. CO. II. i
*. Wlnslow'a. Soothln Syrup ha"l'I *, ,
S : The S. J Thomas Co sell
I
been used for children's te thlnK f I our 1..lnt I We Pay Ft.r Per Cent Interest in Bw SJIJHJI Department
sogthes the child oftea th. rum, I .. I.I
COMPANY .I I IAd.ertfse
allays *U pain, cur wind colic, and j awl e. Certificates.i
t li the beat remedy tor 41Arrbo.a.4. I" ( in The Sun.;.

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