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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 6, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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: VID00892
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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OL..XXIV,; NO, ,206. _ UA1NESYILLE, , 6,1907. .. CENTS A WEFJ
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IBS: \ S tUOQUJCREER CURLS LED -r.RAMP' ._ LIFE., ACCIDENT :18: 'K0REEiplosion f -.**** Old''Not-Return FOUND- _MOTHER-_.. DEAD.- DR 'ROWLAND'S TRIAL

Wanted to Escape Drudgery ,of DishWashing : She the Embrace:. of ,
and Floor Scrubbing X.r Little Son.
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"if3'tt .,' r" New York., Oct 5 To escape. the Toledo,. 'Ohio. Oct.. $.-"Mamma. \

ds,Jts;Startling Confes10 drudgery of washing dishes and scrub of Gas Ca wRNI ham hungry' at);1ft. 'bear*** shotitetl= P1T ta& rtia Reached In Sensit -
ten-year-old Sanqel Virgil Water,;
bing' floors two servant girls<< SHelia
: i ClHsffaaooga Jury. Bena aged 17. and Rosa Miller to :CavcJL.. aa, .he, ,entered ft!*,,home Ha:;the", &..- !wa-rf:Nwrth Carolina Case.

f Wl!( ...- \ aged 18. Bled for two months like --- :I' f ment of his, home,. arid started to embrace .
t tramps In the vicinity of Flushing. the f m'of his mother, reclining I
iYft! HE: HAS KILLED 14 MEN L. I., stealing ,milk,, bread and meat: MINERS WERE 'IMPRfSONED on a couch.. The caress was cot HIS WIEE. ALSO BEING TRIED
ion from doorsteps, clothe froth wash 'answered and then little Samuel discovered .
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and cgoMnj utensils wherever -
wi' ''t'(. .. Trial In Hamilton County I I they chanceij, .on diem, Probable Fatal Accident HaiTOccurredIn In the halfway'* nobbing piteously State I* "Trying to Prove that Rowland ,

tt' :* .T.?J'n. for this Alleged Murder of These foraging expeditions ,were Mine *'T ,of the TennesIe*:!;Coal k' were, Hazel, Kthel, ,Edith.. Gladys : Bought 'Aconitine, Which. It

il;, Thos. Brooks in December Last conducted at night ante by day the 'Iron and Railroad Coropal at iatt. and Flo sle, daughters of the ,dead i la Allisged', Administered' to En.
.o- woman. They range from 2 to 18 I
1 girls lounged 'In thickets slept!' and *
jfcialms' He Killed Many Others. watched the boats go up Long Island City t\I... .:.. .*, : yearn.Apparently. a'neer' Slrang\ *,. Causing Death.

"M:'" 'Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. G.-"I Bound.. Detectives ran,' across the BirminghamVia.. Octf s.-An explo.lon in the best of health Raleighj-W.., C., Oct. 5.-: The pIN

,;fliave; shot aud probably killed fourteen girls' camp aud took them by surprise of gas occurred ,1 11x41x1!ne No I Dire_ Waters, aged 54 dropped'dead tal point was' r ''ach /i Thursday fl

{' ,< men In my time and the list may as they were squatting over a 7. of the Tennessee Coat,' Iron and ", of apoplexy a few, minutes before: the, trial of ,Dr. D. S Rowland -: :
'irna up to twenty!' -flve." gypsy are before a rude tent. Railroad company at Pratt CitY' Ala.. preparing toe nonday meal. The lat- his wife for the, murder oy potion <>
-That remarkable! r'.atement was One. of ti. girl was caught alone early Friday morning and a carte In er deserted his family about two engineer Strange on April 6 last

(, made Thursday by D. D. .Edwards, I ,thoti
.,*.'/who U on trial for killing Tom Brook.jvwlast I I bit- the other got away for a short Four miners* Including; 'the bath; known. present Mrs. Rowland..
December limey bo..s. were!' caught behind .4be cave- "Papa will find'out that she Is dead ''The evidence of,. Chemist Sym
T\t JEMwards made his confession while When the prisoners were arraigned In, and are believed to be dead.A and then he will come back to us.said ," who analyzed the stomach of the dell

f Winder, croa -.examlnatlon.t before a magistrate in Long Island number of injured ha\611 been tak- lltile Samuel, as 'be tried in vainto man, showed that a man could '.*

t He was asked by the attorney central City nitre! Miller: who Is a tall and en out and removed to Hospitals. comfort his l sisters. poisoned by aconltlne .one one-hu+
c,4 if he Jellied any one previous to rather handsome girl expl fined plans.Ibly Samuel Is a newsboy, and his mea. dsedth and a fflth of a grain and n,>
l :Che killing of Brooks. Edwards admitted that utter weariness of housework SUES KING FOR C'ICO.CCO. ger earnings have been the family's I trace of It toe 1;>und bj chemical

P3 that he had-killed a man In had driven them to tramp life.. : main support. I test of the stomach.The .
''b entucky. !.r. that all?" asked the Sensational/ Law Suit Begins l 'In Italian state won Its great fight v>t
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:.attorney general. MEMPHIS IN GALA ATTIRE. Couvt. NEW OVEN DISPLACES MEN. Thursday In the Rowland trial In thatIt
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< "Well." ..ald Edwards "1 have shot Rome, Oct. Claiming that the had admitted aa testimony tare.,
emd probably lilted fourteen men In Tennessee City D'd, Honor' Visit of late King Humbivt of Italy ruined her Eight', Out of Every Forty-eight To Important circumstances bearing upon
''guy time." President Roovevelt. when she was-a girl of ISfie: Count Los. rTielr Jobe. the alleged murder!' of Engines:
(i.( ;> He stated that most of this occur. ,'Memphis Tenn.!' Oct. G-T" ou. ert..Cecaflna O..dJHercolan1{ l1al! begun Plttsburg. Pa.' OcL 6.-Coking In Strange b>' Dr. Rowland and wife, ,
"red in Breatnltt county. Kentucky In sands of vUltora and citizens jammed a sensational Viwsuit agamstHumbert's Plttsburg and ConneU+yUl'e districts the former Mrs. Strange. The mol

feuds and In a strike at Chicago several the' streets of MemphU Friday to do con. King Victor Ummanuel is to qet revolutionized by the adop- Important of these was the adml ioi
years ago. He is 'a native of honor f.o President Roosevelt and ,' claiming "$100. OO, Tor,the supportof tion of a kind _of coke oven which by the 'court of the evidence of the

I:TBreathltt county' and recently aided many distinguished men who are here 'herself and her child, the son of ..ve.- hours In handling and does away bookkeeper. of the W. H. King drug;

.(1n running down, and capturing inthe attending tile second annual conven: Italy's l former' King. with forty' men, out' of every -fdrtyeight. company here that It had ordered 15
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mountains of Breathltt the Look- tion of the lake to the gulf waterway The scandal of the suit shocks all grains of .acoalt1ne. a deadly poison.
J 7'mt< : mountain wife murderer, EJd Tur. contention which met at the audito Italy and i public> opinion Is strongly The sum of 91,100.000 has been tn.veet.f Qvlck to act. from New York for Dr.
'r.er.. rium rink Friday morning agalnts the determination of' King ( In InatalllllC'tbe new process Rowland and that the records show

:: EUwards did not change expression N tv.. r before Ln the history of the Victor to fight the case. and the success- of It is assured by ed that this waa delivered to bim ou

f-or'give any indication" fee'Iog, when city of Memphis had such a lavish It Is stated that the only reason for coking exp..rrIt does aw.y with April 4th. two days before Strange
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'.i T>e confessed under. cross examination display of flags and bunting been In the royal family contesting the claim the circular oven; and :employs box' had died. th/s Fling, through Its witness -

;. to his.bloody record tout after getting evidence. Is to put a atop to the numerous, dmand. -- like structures wflta doors at each >s giving 8trange's symptoms be.
',-Ott the witness stand dded that the The buildings on the principal of other women- who assert end.. When" the Coke is ready for removal fore death as those caused by scout

"'1at' might 'run 'up to twenty-flve. "If .streets were. a mass! of,color and pictures they were victims.' of the' gaylivingHumbert. a"plunger la sent through -the
wrerythnlff. was Included.: of the.president,were numerous "0( ovfa. which coBpletetv.e.lears: it. at tine.The state* also succeeded In getting
'; This U, his second trial, he having I displayed throughout the city. The Countess Hercolani announces the same time emptying the ''ftn1a ed 'Into the case railroad ticket showing -

1 .been. released without: ball after his Among the delegates to the conven. he will pot be deterred by bar of coke Inlo"ca. When It Is ready to that Rowland and Mrs. Strange, "
4 *m trial. tlon were Governors of sixteen states publicly proclaiming her she from be removed from the oven It"la..spray a day before they were married trav.

r Mace then' ,he has been in another United States senators reptesenta- knowing the kind of man Wumbert ed automatically and cooled with eled by night In 'a. Pullman while the
''I 'D1Ms, but when notified of the date of tlves, noted engineers and prominent was. The courts have commanded great rapidity, expediting the matter hotel register showed that they registered

ttl. case, carPe back, to Chattanooga men from all section of the country General Ponxlo Vaglta;;minister of the of handling-the w.er finished.-product.. "In the Montlcello hotel In Nor.
L Immediately. He Is considered tae traversed by the, Mississippi river Imperial household, to prepare the defense 0 folk as Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Rowland.
;,'i\\ most remarkable .prisoner ever tried and Its tributaries.' of King Victor and there Is no r" Unique Petition Filed. The stile Insisted that Strange'

} la Hamilton county t .way. now of stopping the suit. Columbus.:! Ca. Oct. -City_ council health was good while the defense

oJJ l DID MOTHER_ FAKE STORY faced Thursday night the most brought out every feature 0' eart
t 1,869,977 BALES. LEVIED ON PENITENTIARY.Came unique petition It has bier beeycalled disease. ..v.Jhe .,...-;: ---.

..b Thought Tramp Story Was Invented to on to consider when 100 wa.ah.no"men' < ..: : state rested late In the afternoon -

a4 <<.port of the Census Bureau on Cot. Placate Hur>band. Near ,a.tng.Knock.d. Down to of the city council asked that_ s ) and the defense put on Jepoal" "

'X ton Production. Burlington\ Iowa Oct. 6-It Is oweU.vPd theHighest Bidder. recent ordinance tHat was pa.aed""pro. lions from -Memphis to show that la
1 r" ,Wannlngton., Oct. 5.-The census that the story toldby Mrs. New York, Oct. 5.-The two hundred hlbltlng Vehicles from sidewalks be 190S Strange suffered from heart
complete o.ld In the Bseex so modified aa to give them the privilege '
r0. bureau ban Issued a report John Hathaway that a tramp tied her prisoners' county. trouble there..
.. .,4?( wbowirg the quantity of cotton ginned son .to a. fence post and burned him .Now Jersey penitentiary, %}f. of rolling 'their little clotaes ..
of 1907 to Caldwell. have wagons along the ,walks. A good
0V'from the growth up Sept. to death because she bad, refused to Jut narrowly escaped .SONG IS BARRED.
:I J 15 was 1,569.977 bales against 2.O67.- give the tramp food. Is* untrue. being dUro-sesed-theoretically at.any many of the washerwomen have struck
,'t 'ItSS last >....1'. and :.3 5.116 In 1906., rate. on account of having to l lug the
The
Hathaway. live near Oqwawka. Capt. Cowles Refuses to Permit Band
.4 Report counts round bales as half Charte Jacobs} tax collector of clothe alone on their head In tae
Ill, and tht'J'oman'!: story had produced to Play Certain Music.
advertised old-fashioned and ;
jt Verona township recently way, many people
rl'bales. Intent excitement' ; In that Immediate Norfolk. Va. Oct..EnIl.t; 1 1
t;. The 'total number of active glunerlcsxeporled the penitentiary and appurtenancesfor bad to use hacks drays and buggiesIn ,
neighborhood.The .
men of the United States r..cet..SnlaMp
was IS li>'_. Total glnnerleaTeportlruc sale at public auction on Oct. 3 to transporting the week's wash or
"owner's investigation developed Franklin W. l"Cowie.
declare Captain
tn i f:enl.i 25 last year wa.O.41IJ satisfy an unpaid township tax debt else do without the vertices of a
that Mrs I Hathaway had lefther .
brol 1e-r.ln-law of President
) and In HI.r. was 21.389. of $73.50. At the lat moment K. washerwoman. The aldermen wet thvmachinery
'1 children alone while she went to the
Roosevelt bas refused to permit
-- \\', Crane". county counsellor pa.r-I In motion to modify the or.
a neighbor's and It Is thought that dur.! band on that *hrjrto continue to playa
CottOn dlnance at the November meeting.Salt .
Convention Closes.NVashJugton leyed with Jitcobus and obtained a
her aTJxenre' '
InK the boy set fire to song entitled "Don't Scorn the
i Oct. 5.-The second stay of sale to allow of negotiation
hi loth In while *
with mat"hf'r.
pjayjlng
K defend '
'' Sailor. and which & Intended to
l' and cloMuK day's session of the national The oRlcIal- of believe ud+l It .Is now said that the county.will Trust Advances Price.
Oquawka the uniform ct the blue Jacket
I'"J convention of cotton manufacturers .- that Mr. Hathaway Indented the pay the fTS SO and place tbe/pen.itentlary .. New York. Oct. 5-A tacit understanding They declare that Captain Cowlej
Friday was marked by the pres- out of danger of being has been reached between
I tramp stor In order to. placate' h..rhU'ltuul. stated the Is "making a fool of
r.atnca. and the delivery of .\.lltrf'ItII"' by knocked down Jo the highest bidder the International salt company knownas song
: !, The coroner's Jury returneda the sailors,** and If continued to .be
6.;rY two members of President, Rixisevlt'* verdict of accidental death and What the opinion of the, prisoners the .alt trust and certain Independent infraction
plated result In
might an
f aulnet. They were cretary Straus in cannot htr exactly gauged. It is manufacturers In regard to
Frank William
negro, arrested at of the rules.Admiral .
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of the department of commerce and lemonadff'aml regulating the future of the
reported though that co-Vse!
; lonmotsth III. on suspicion of being I! bu
: Evans It U stated
General market. tor salt, the ,
labor and Postmaster Meyer cakes were distributed among them evaporated say
'L I"in i>Hc.lt l In thu allt-go'd crime wasreleased. 'adopted the for the'use of the I
Others on the program were D. A when the taM the penitentiary Journal of Commerce Friday. As. song
: _______________ news his
-. band on the 'alps composing
:. C result of
:fir Tompkln of Charlotte, : on wa waved to the- county became the understanding price '
'.'Amp 1\n Shipping on the Deep Earning of the L. A N. have recently been advanced 60 cvnt fleet
:t known. *
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1 *** !.," Arthur It. Marsh of New York l .loul.m. Ky. Oct. 5.-The en to $1 per ton from the l low figure
"' ell);. on 'the "I: -onol\lle Position of nual meetlj nf the utockhoMer of the Candidate for Judgeshtp. prevailing a mouta ago when sharp Shop Burned at Watflcy.
' New York", Cotton .:scilan e and" ?t. IxnilavlllWf.1\ N..nvUe) railroad walt :Marietta I.a. Oct. 5-Hon.N price-rutilng was In proxres Wadley, (Oa. Oct. 5-The mactaelahepa :
:i'1. . (Relatlon to the Cotton Trade" and 1"1 held We.lur/laj. The only eastern. .wt Morrl hat made formal announcement -. - of the Wadley Southern Railway -

Jreenr, fright) traffic manager of the director In attendance "t the meet of his 'candidacy; for the Non Union Machinist Killed. company were destroyed by tire
'f;- **.>uth 'rn railroad on "The lA>a 1ng .and Inx were II. \\'.ller" of New '.ork. judgeship of toe, Blue Ridge circuit New Orleans, Oct. S-John Denl- Wednesday night the Barnes being
.' and Shipment! of Cotton" and Ale\\i! :il"r llnnilltnn. of -Peters subject to the democratic primary, son. a nonunion machinist died here bey odd oontm* when discovered TM|
to(;.. -., burg Va. The eld hoard of directors whichwill be held *.me time. next at the Charity hospital Thursday asa shop had osily been completed aboatj
y. Anna Could Obtains Divorce. was re-elected 1'It- annuAl report spring He la & former speaker of result of Injuries received several six "months and was one of the beet|

{ Paris. Oct &.--The time limit In showed gross traffic' earnings of $44.. the house of representative Four weeks ago when attacked by men alleged equipped In any small picla the!
.- which" Omni' Ilonl de. OactelUne could' 2S3: *.'43. President M. II Smith's years. ago Mr Morris, was a candidate to be arriving machinists. He I* state. The loss I I. estimated between!
it. appeal te) tr-* court of causation baa report saowiM that t.ie equipment haft for the name o&ce against Judge OP said tn have y>a.*rd and toe divorce decree obtain. been greatly' Improved during theyear. (:Sober and the race between! these from \V.hlr- :New York. No whether or not any insurance was car.Ned. .]

J> ..*d t by Mmc Knna 11ou1.1 iW former : L _ two was one of the moat excitingpo arrests hare Ik".a _ .of. ,
litical. known In
contest ever tal
ounte Je 19a Is -
y t'l1anp. now abao-
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pt} .lute. Mnie. (:iouh! has nettled ou' ol Negro Confess Two Murrfr. section of the .Ialf'-, Statue of Mark Hanna. Columbus Ap.UcHlcola'. Oa. Oct.Goes 5.Wet.-,< prlvitelejrraaa

I,. court the >re Oct &- -l.nyton nines Cyclone Strike Village. Nejr York. Oct S.-7or collossslseateJ received fa Columbus t.
t against herself and the 'count negro has ronfee the murder ol Oklahoma City. O. T. Oct."S.- statue of the! late MHi.Itan' tsar the ppo.lbllioa election la Apa

Anna Marknwlt.. *it ('n\"ln&toa. Ky tornado>> struck the, village or Pea re h. aa. modeled btbf' Ute Augustus tacaleola.] Fla at the mouta of tla
t\ Safe D/nniltd; S90O Stelen. and Abraham Pnven. of Tfedtanapoll.. situated in Roger Mill county near Saint ia..verev mill be 'uat In ChttalKioche, river resulted la a vie.torr .
;; Troy. Ala, Oct ft.-Robber*'' onW tn UaJtoa near :\Id..o.park., on tint Texas line Thursday night and bronze at a Mount, Vernno Kocndry for the alooa: 4v.eealn, A
:,r' .dnes ay night blew open he safe .\ug. &. Areordtnn ,to Sjerlff:: Does, It Is' reported to iiato d>.troy '4 thepostoffice asp It will b<< one of tte last work lachtool.4 Peasacoia. further

;, la tie>slore of 8tin.on A Wilson lllaee ls said to bar <:r>ufe- ed that sad to Rare damaged almost of the lamented stapler; to be n(,ad* the "golf .....,. .k C4 their:
'tt" }*. at (God" is mile south ol he shot Cohen, assaulted toe girl aa4straa every _OUM. la tows. CVo oae la ie The sl.'tue win Ve :erected la C'ln. aMassIaaeoesly and I. both dUewrsillfUySslsa
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COUNTY SOLONS I
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money Turni
A dynasty is .
more dangerous
Attended With Little In.
: Meeting than a dozen faithless kiiiK
terest Bat Many Bills Paid. If you arb a carpCJ1tl'r\ do Are we building that d>-nasty" x 1 l Z the Wick

:Mix your tears with sunny smile
your own work, our line of .
EXPENSE WAS HEAVYJ. Light: will transform their dulln* .
ROAD Tools will interest 'u\1. into a thousand rainbow tints a. tenth a* you can-there's no '>,',

I danger-"* low ** please "t--,'
of .Old Town Authorizedto despise-In the sense of inexpre you
Luther
D. :slble hatred-the man who repeats ' -these s no m*II. 'fhA,'. ;i
Operate a Ferry Across the Su- Disston Hand-Saws., a scandal bt that scandal true I because the moVrlc device ..;

wannee-Many Citizens Licensed or f"I"t" prevent smoke or mell l- :

Own and Carry Guns and Pistols. Hatchets-all kinds. 11\1.1'I r thatgbwing mean a steady flow of ;
to If tried before a jury, many a
heat (
4'1' rvrry ounce ,
Tuesday October 1. Hammers-all kinds and sizes. fop and society favorite In this day' of fuel burned in a
The Board of 'County Commissioner would !><. pronounced an Intellectual I

met this day. as required by stat Brick Trowels and Hammers mendicant and a moral runt.

ute. Walt Whitman one of the most

Present: John G. Dampier chairman Automatic Screw-Drivers. original; characters In all literature, PERFECTIONM

W. J. _Matheus. C. C. Pedrick believes in a God whom man discovers

p F Faulting and -J. F. Townsend.The Automatic Drills. as he discovers himself Oil Heater a

meeting being called to order, "The Kittle Dn>'H" declares that u

the minutes' of last meeting were Ratchet Bit Braces. mule Is a cross! between a pile drl\t fCalf 4 whh SaMkckM Drvfec)

read and approved.' / a lump' of lead, and a Kansas cyclone. e;
Bits of all kinds.
\\ ,,', Colson. tax assessor reported I know porno men who nav -> to slinK You can carry it about and care for it jut as easily as a tamp R'

that his books were not quite read>'. Levels-wood and iron. i mud at a mule. .Brass oil l font holds *f quarts burning 9 hour 1 IIAnJIOm l ly finished v

Tile following bills were audited. There id nothing that hold theheart in japan and nickcL Every heater warranted
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found correct and ordered paid: Chisels and Squares. in urh perfect poise I" the

consciousness" that sotnetxkty' loxt'** us The P adds cheeriness .
S H Wlenges, auditor. $40V.; M. heed in the Tool'' : .ro Lamp
Everything you ..
Torley. guard at jail. $25'; Moses Its radiant light; dispels our fears mid to the long ;

$30 J. C. McGrew. line. doubts The lleelns; shallow of the winter even in RS. Steady .-
Sherman, janitor ; ________
supervisor. registration $16.66; Southern nighttime; aniiounct its presence brilliant light to read, sew or knit by. Made of .

Hell Telephone Company, service BAIRD HARDWARE It Is impossible, for a vulture to bras, nickel plated latest improved central drat al,
CO.
,7: East Florida Telephone Conipaiiy. see the beauty of the skies and the burner. Every lamp warranted. If your dealer cannot

service, $2; S. H. Wieiiges. recordingtax Building Material: IJnie, I'las-tor cloudn. His eyes IM HX M| oil things supply Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp :.f'

advertisement and sale, $32; S. .ViiH'iit, Laths: :MiiiijsU1: :-:1\.11.: below him. And there are men and' write our nearest agency for descriptive circular.

H, WIt>ngf'8, stamps etc., $9.10; Uodl- Hli u.l l,* and l)tK>n*. women to whose vision the far-off STANDARD OIL COMPANY .,

ford & Co.. medicines for poor farm, -..--- ------- -- ----.- stars are lni|>o!'i'll llltles. And for the .1__...... sl .

$5;)50, H. H. McOreary.. publishingcollector's ; vv". T. Pound. Dr. 1':. Lartlgue. Dr. G. very same reae.un. 1 b4 ,'
report.etc., $14.50; J. II. A man ut In the rasa of Harrlinan ,\
It. Tison and B. t: lIarrl on. .. .. '
Fletcher, care of paupers $37.5( ; H That the report of sub-road districtNo. who -holds the NVext by the throat. - <
& W B. Drew Co., docket book. $15; 10. Mlcanopy' having been may be a howling Mticc>ty' an a bur, |I. ------------- #' / ,

C City of Gainesville, water rent for checked and found correct be ap caneer in bonds and a pirate' on thehigh ,
quarter $10.25; Gainesville Gas and seas of finance, but the world I
proved. <:
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.1. Electrict Power Company. $6.45; H Whereupon the board adjourned swings; round to the standard'-millions |; You Are Insured.
kV. B. Drew Company furniture for do not make the man. I .

County School Superintendent's office THE GARDNERS HOME. A goislp! Is Jnvarlably a scandal 1 I

: $150; work and sundrea on roads and toter. He bears the same relation to ,' -1 lu a Company that is KrcpoiisibltHat* a I'olloj Corrwcllj

'. bridges $710.99; M. H. .Mabry clerk Had a Delightful Visit North. Where social life that scavenger wagons do I C Written With Liberality of Policy Coutraoi and the Company 1.+

supreme court costs In appeal. $5;' II. Mr. Gardner Bought Many Goods. to city governments. They are necessary I' __ Pays l.oe... Promptly '

& \V. n. Drew Company deed record. After a delightful visit of several in a sense, but I'll be drattedif .4 h

118.63; R. B. Peeler, treasurer commissions weeks in Indiana, New York. and I'd want a business that requires You Are Assured ;
$34.64; M. A. Bexley services lantern and .
other points. Mr. ondI'r J, I). only a a pall of lime.Some C I C
and jury and witness fees In inquest -
Gardner and son have returned to men's. failures are to be txplained CC
of Jackson $39.50; S. P. ''Thorn'all. That no serious lots can overcome you without you have some .
their home here. solely by the fact that they I C ,
services as constable at Inquest refuge. -
Mr. Gardner, who Is the manager are on a cold trail. Some preachersought y
Jackson. $9.05; C. T. Haynes burying to l IH'I' barbers merchants' f AUIIIVtR5AL
some
any buyer for the large dry goods ,
Jackson $8.50.Whereupon and millinery firm of The G. '\'. Hyde ought to be depot porters, HOme bankers _; i:
the board adjourned un Fire Life Accident and Health lusoraDce. ; +
Wednesday mornng at 8 o'clock.Wednesday's Company spent the last three weeksof ought; to tux rock breakers. A nuin ,. ,
his trip in New York where he I is sure" to tree his coon If he hits the .

Session. went for the purpose' of purchasingnew : right trail. Non but Krliable Companies Uepr....'...., C ;

The board 'met this day, pursuantto and seasonable goods for the 'II>, \

adjournment of Tuesday. store here. Being an excellent judgeof That Tired Feeling.If ,
what Is the latest coupled with .- .A. IWC. CX7SHJWL JRLN "
Present: John O. Dumpier, chairman you are languid depressed. Incapable ,
; \V. J. Matheus. C. C. Pedrick the fact that he Is a shrewd buyer for work. It Indicates that C
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Information cheerfully fornishrd. OAINKHV1I.LK.
F K. Paulllng]] and J. P. Tousnsend. I he cured one of the largest; handsomest your liver I I. cut of order JI"rhlno."

The meeting being called]] << to order and most \arled linen ever! will assist nature to throw off headaches I II I I" r
brought to thin section of the State,
the following bills were ordered<< paid: rheumatism and ailments akin . _
and xlll have same on display at I to nervousness and restore the energies --- --- -
M, G, examining lunatic
Mason .
the proper time.! The icrxxji; are now and vitality of sound and perfect
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1t1'. D. Dickinson arriving and the army of clerks at : health. J. J, Hubbard. Temple. ;
$167.41 ; LV.. Fennel! this popular store aVe busy getting; write. "I hive used Herblne Tt'lall'l Fay-Sholes
fp..rllng prisoners $93.20; John I:. t
them unpacked and on the shelves. past two ,.un..... It has don mo r
Stevens. commission on collection of Our.....,.M)pl.. may look for sonic *-*. good than nil the doctors. It l 1. thu J
!tines $3.02 fees In criminal cases anHows
; ceptlnnal lityl.aud good values atHyde's
best medicine ever made for chills and >
.\ : t:. T. Henderson. $20. 9; j 1
within the next few days. "
fever. 60c. Hold by W. M. Johns, Typewriter
I"f>, 51, Cnlman. $17.14 ; L* \V Fennel!. 1Caupht I

'r23;; H. A.. Canwell. $1O67; J. K.Stephens. Notice to Our Customers

,;: $22.RO; J. U. Slford. $27.30; "'e .are pleased to announce that lontya.n'S; ts.ase. ; from, Ee-t Hare.'. T, I' rr I U'X*U" ..:iMriTIIK :
M\ Everett S.3H., J. H. Martin: ,
Folpy' Honey and Tar for coughs, are tome r 'n.rt% of K'snc'r. .n i eI I IIF.HTK:"'
i'n! : s. II. Wlenfcos. $1 ; S. J.
colds and lung trouble Is not affected state And 'lie: state wf'rlmiil.inbusy > 1 JU'III .: art TIIK: MAKKKT w'
'oma Co.. sundries for road, $19.35.
by tbe National Pure Food and Drug lookinx: Ir-fo them .\s a r ,
''t' l.fti Streeper. for care of Charlie law, as It contains no or'tlate or other suit of ('''D'art' with," a sick ht-t r ,. II a H Tabulator
\l J .e' $20: ; "'. F. panning, road hands Is .rt...,. to, have rti | In I I 'ONKv
harmful drugs, and w recommend It Iran rrt | <-r +*f
r October $17S; J. O. Ihimpier. road I'r r lit I VUAIW .. Machinu.fH
as a safe remedy for children and county of llr;"'ns thoiiKh \ ry ;
1 ,"'111 for October. $201C, C. Pdfc
: adult J. \V. McCollam & Co. Cary vett. narlsn. ban not )et b n.fnratrhewl I
road hands for October $2tn' v .ih hi) name A s npalltn :
OrderedThat: the bond of A. II.I of fr it.on is helnic Jdiir.n.\li Lightest /'' Mffhtr KuniiiuKt 'I"h.ePlanjl'fn .

,'inJInK. as notary public, with J. V... I Death of W. H. Small. In several < t the midetlon cour tr. Ne r,| Writer of lh. \\'oldr

..stating I. E. Webster and II U CM'i From The \\'altJo.w.:. *.) out of wblrh better !live! "c*'k r<-' '! :.. t... ".'.foIl..,<*-.,, Mor Isy l HhuU In
a* sureties bf- approved.g Mr. W, II Small) .U..d l at hl. rewldenee tlons are eitn-ct'-d.:
,.. r .,, ,....ilo] than shy nth.>r msi-h'ti 'sJ -
'hat the bond of W. I*. Tompkln Tuesday night He tool been --- I

notary public, with W.V.. Brown I In III health from. llrijrht JU.-a*.- a A Card.

.I "'. J. Hammond as *uritl*""'". b.* IonIC time, and ..ufrr..-
rr>T.-l Authorized refund
to your money
.That the bond of John IX locum, a* work," and fell at his door, not regain'. Hont-y and Tar falls to cur R. C. DAVIS & CO. Jacksonville PIa.rmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

.tlce of tbe jwnce for district No. 1;. 'nc .unto.f"lf'I'fI till se died four your cough or cold It stop the ,
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'h O. S. Clyatt and Henry 8. Rogers i hour" after. Ifs! r..nio***! from Ar.l' cough heals the lung and prevents _

"uretlea. bE' approved.That kansas here several scare as;<> and. f ..rtous r....ut! from a cold. Curesa _.
Ave dollars per month each was a quiet, much rwpee'teel cltlc, n. grippe>> cough and present. pneumoniaand G
t . Appropriated for the care and mainiiance Rev )-:ade. prfr>rm l the funeral MrTC coosuuit'tlon. Contains DO op.lates. I 4

r '.. of the following i.en>tI11I1' and he. was" Interred iu the rtccetnetery > The genuine Is In a y.1&ow parkaje ]

l -.1.. nnodson. Kllza Townsend and lie left. a wf| and l.auIIb, Refuse sub Utute J.V McColluna E: ESTABLISHED 1800

: 'r*. Asa Houn>ftre '. until further t.-r and .\eral grand children Co. .
&
'ticoThat, uictd: GIven a..I.. ,*<. .
I J. D. Luther b* authorial ton They Make. You Feel Oo
..* and operate a ferry on tv* Su- The pleasant purgative "ff.ct fp \. sent Mscoa..ac.: I h f.'". .Ort.prt.l.-tp a.- Th1..... !"rac...- .41> )I H. F. DUTTON & CO.f i

m r -.in.>.. river at Old Town, between. H1*oced by all who use. ChamberZAtn's Macon. i* t sent.r4re: D......, "'i' ''A
' eountle- Alachua<< and tFay Stomach aDd lATer Tablets, and A J HW who aU.'nptr'i a ,t tin J. '. i

"". when bond IN furnished and an"tl the healthy condition of the tody and 'ta.eb< .:. .i.sr' : -.I of *Pt. j E
is ard. I .. ,i6.4 .. :". fJljAL'! ISi
by this mind which they create msk are HM410: wa. a.t'1 sad i" J ty
That whereas, the following named t feel joyfuL Prte. 2:, cent!. Kam .... pule. "af 4' .. .0 get Qv-'r c. a r t >y .

*'on*, having complied with the free at all drug store. feels set .\. 00.:'." J
thr each a granted a permit 'I i
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'wn and carry a pistol Guy C --- Y Sea Island Cotton j

i&mell.: J M Everett. M D. Rich tzry ysarsof oapsr1eacs witnAyer's Cberry
I.It I.
ices
Carrawmy %V L Simonton, J n. tra the bvsabi
6 Ye 2 for eotrths, cilia oa the st, ,
WUoot. o .
"rriock. II. W. Harriett, I* A. Ifoarseaa., treat throats. weak isa=tt. A.t11's r.G11NESV1L14E

W. Roger, and J P. Watson: maw l dotsot a NMy.a ela .*perkaa wtiAdswarikr FI.A. ;

,* foUowtajc ."sawed, pers.' Uy1D4t jlstaa1..ess.ieer._ k..lt. a>safattrtry, tutus 7 4 .t0 cisrtaistyr
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'\(THE R.R. COMPANIES otQHO.. 0 0.0 00c SANTA FE. NEW&-" '

-c> Young People Enjoy a ,Pillau Death MENADMIREa

'1'; ARE GIVEN NOTICE I After severe : of Markey Ellis. face, bus
: illness-after Santa Fe. Oct. 5.--Quit* a crowd of pretty a rood Jlfpune, .
,' ,. sooner or later leant that t h
&\ severe physical 0. young folks gathered at the residence healthy happy contented woman
ssion mental of Mr. and Mrs. W. R, McGregor on Is moat of all to be admired.
Comm to FrcYid or
Railroad: $ ,
Women troubled with fainting
Thursday evening to participate! In a
; ' Booms? ,1Ot ..strainuseI i spells,.Irregularities. nervous irritav-t; '
.
r Separate Waiting: ,* 0 plllau given by Miss Alma With and bully backache. the ..bl......" and
Sco-rt-.s Mlsa :Mae. Kirby. The evening was those dreadful drajrgiag:'sensations,

' 'WHITE PEOPLE .AND .NEGROES : Emrs cion., : pleasantly spent In playing different ftannot hope to be nappy or popular
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games after which they were conducted and advancement in either home'
ep business social Ills la impossible.
i l Separate, Ticket' .>Vlndows!. Must' AI.oIJ" It builds up and 0'' to a bountiful repast. served The cause of these troubles,how -
"" ; holds up the by Mrs. W. R. McGregor and Mrs. N. rer.yields quickly to Lydia K. Pink-
"Be '
Provided for Both Races All
i at' R. Harris which was enjoyed: by -all ham's Vegetable Compound] made-
I of
,. Statlots'In; ,Florida: -Railroad Official i strength :maa, present. .At a late hour after thank from native roots and herb*. It aetar ..
and irl at coon the a Kct4Mt and '
I ,Must Comply Immediately. woman, Ing the hot and hostess for the'pleasant upon organ MISS EMMA RUMT-ZLER
the nerve centers dispelling1 effeotaally -
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',.1i following' ,order from the office tOt and boy. It is the evening and the young"adles/ for\ all thosw distressing- aymp->> i ytoms.
/'t'oflthe: of the '0 most wonderful"foodtonic" the success of the occasion and with No other medicine-in. toe country has received such nnqnaliflediador
\ Railroad/Oommlssioaerv/
( . -0- in the the promise of another In"the near eiDqt o*>baa snoh record of cures of fasoalo Ills aa has
of'\Florkt. fs
"f State
\ selfexplanatorylsnd
world.ALL future all returned to their respective Lydia &1i kham'sVegetable Compound
pointed. It is new up to the raflj'way .
? '.homes.RufusKlrby.
,' managers: to get busy: DRUGGISTS t and Mrs. Ethel .I 'Mis,Emma. Xtantzler.. of 83. State St.,Qchenectady, N. Y., mites-
V* v i .0.. AND $1.00. Pink. 'For a long time I was troubled with a weakaesa'whieh seemed to
> }rd.r of Commissioners.A I
.. oson anlittle: daughter. Jlmnea,. of t
(,,'(, drain all my strength away I had dull heedaehea. was nervous
",A'.':;Offlejavof. the Railroad Commissioners 00000000 the University' City spent a few days irritable and aU worn out, Chancing to read one of/your avdvertlsements<<
W tot.:t 'State of Florida Tallahassee. I Ii I here last week as the guests -of Miss of a case similar to mine cured' by. Lydia K. Plnkham's Vegetable
Florida, October 1. 1907. -----------------r.-- Mae Kirby Compound I decided to try it and I cannot express my gratitude for the
!i:: i *Death at Hawthorn. benefit received. I am entirely well and feel like new person."
47T0 All .Railroad Companies and Ter- Mrs. N. D. Mott of Mlcanopy Is Lydia) E. Plnkfuian** Vegetable Compoenvd is the moat successful
t&&. ""mtnal Companies Jn the State of I! Information reached this city Saturday visiting relatives here this week-the ,remedy for all forma of Female Complaints, Wee Back. Falling and
4 Florida: of tne death of Mitchell, the guestof Miss Pansy Mott. Dtoplaeements. Inflammation and Ulceratlon. and la invaluable In preparing -
seventeen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.J. for childbirth an the Change of Life., .
Miss Mae Kirby visited friends and
"Chapter 5619 of the Laws of Flop
f C. Baxley, which occurred at the Mrs. Plnkham'.s .Standing Invitation to Women
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Ida, approved May 16th. 1907 requires relatives lu LaCrosse. week before ,
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Vpu within six months after Its pas- home of his parents near Hawthornon last. Women suffering.from any form of female weakness are invited to
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: communicate with Mrs., at Mass. Her advioe
Friday. promptly Pinkhsjn . Lynn
''... Q. C. KlAy of Jacksonville
,? & to provide separate waiting made fa free and always helpfnLABSTRACT .
The funeral was held Saturday,..and
L'!, rooms and ticket windov of equalitooommodaUon a brief visltxo his mother and sisters
for ,white and colored'passengers was largely attended. here yesterday.Miss .
at all depots along lines of Deceased was a very popular young Sarah Siieller of Montbrook arrived -
,railway stations controlled and oper- man and his friends deeply regret yesterday and will open school

,;:.ted ,by you, and at terminal l passenger his. death. here on Monday the 7th. We are & REALTY COMPANY
The other extends
Sun. ,with friends
tatlons controlled and operated glad to welcome her'in'our midst and
sympathy to the bereaved parents In
4by you and authorizes the Railroad wish for her a successful term.
'Commissioners to enforce compliance their hour of trouble..* Master Markey Ellis son of W. L. l IZzkOOaerxMbabartwCLI+dl: -

l+ with Its provisions. I Ellis of Bland died yesterday aftera VOTTUE. MGR."
B ? A Certain. Cure for Crou'p-U.ed for illness'ot E. E.
Tj.t: "The Railroad Commissioners so far short hemorrhagic fever: '
Abstracts ol Title and full information farniahed regarding lands la this
',bave'not been able to discover that Ten Years'WIthout a Failure. He will' be burled at St. Johns' cemetery ennciy. Oar mana3erhas lived ID this. oonntT-tElrtj.year ,, ndt
-',:there has been any real attempt on Mr. W. C. Bott, a Star City Ind.. today. | is thoroughly conversant with land title.
your part except In a few Isolated hardware merchant. Is enthusiastic In
)aatances. .to comply with this' act although his praise of Chamberlain's Cough How to Cure a .Cold. -
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E. : 0 LE.
: more than two-thirds of the Remedy. His children have all been The question of how Jo cure a cold V .

.. fixed for compliance therewith subject to croup'and he has used this without unnecessary loss of time is PIKE!: ACCIDENT. BDBOLABY ABDINDEMHITY: IN8CBANCE. Repre-
|"has >elapsed."You remedy for the past ten years, and one in which we are all more or less sntiog number of prominent American and Ea list oompanieiKKAi
hy are therefore notified that though- they much feared the croup, interested, for the quicker a cold Is ,ESTATE AND'CITY ,LOANS.
"'tie Railroad Commissioners Intend his wife and Le always felt safe upon gotten rid of the less the danger Gai net -ille ,. F'1orLda:

I torequire. ; obedience to this statute ac- retiring when a bottle of Chamber : pneumonia. and. other serious diseases. ". .-.. .
.l'ding to Its terms and the powers Iain's Cough Remedy was in the ).fr.'D. W. I,. Hall of Wavtrly. Va.; has '
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The irth Tsar
.. discretion vested In them by the. house. His oldest child was subject used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for TMrfy-F.
**..me. R. HUDSON BURR. to. severe attacks of croup but this years and says: "I firmly believe
'"'''Attest. : Chairman. remedy never failed to effect a speedycure. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be Hiss TabtaiTs,Jt9rtit and Day School
'! "R. 0. DUNN Secretary." lie has recommended It to absolutely the best preparation on the
Friends and neighbors and all who market for colds. I have recom
I'I't. I have used It say that it Is unequaled mended It to my friends and they all Openei September IB, 1007, at 8:30 a. m.R0. .
.L For the best printed stationery rail I for croup and whooping cough. For agree with me" For sale by all drug
at:'The Bun office. I ale by all druggists. gists. .] 800 WEST MAIN STREET S. 1QADESVILL, FLORIDA

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The, Peoples Store-.-Where Goods Are Sold on a

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Small Margin. :-

Our list of depositors I

is growing from We are now ready foe t the 'Fall Season. New Goods coming by every train,


and we...have. Bargains in every Department.

day to day.. .

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e Our methods are i Shoes Shoes N 20 pieces Swans down Outing CANDIES!'

} Flannel will he thrown on o.r

conservative and ...
counters ,Monday( at 19c ynrd

,. we try and make you feel \ : would he eheap at J 2 1-e. CANDIES!'
Wo arty Nll! .tlxotl I .oil.

that your business STao(',. .* ** Staple and Dress Goods Fall _.


is appreciated no matter 1. kind ill l 1i'u' shown this
Sonic }lino VB in J')lo'.J. Thi YPM.' lH'*t 111011"eln J

how small the t week." In jSr'
account. iv-
h'r'I'I' Hlack. I )tallwIH1. "J IlLerA
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S A lilg 1h10 -:11c: pound.
.If,. you are not TIiu Crown yici( uiul
1illlo\\: ; New Silks B.-t: CIiiK-olntpo at 29cpuind.

already a customer, l patent .at $3L25 : it he .

touched. Yard-wide, all colors, $1.:;
call around and All Candies -{tuirantocdpure. 1
goods, at only $1.99 yard. t

,.: J live us a share of I.. ulie-t* Bern.iMu' line iiT .

different !*tyU*1 at SI.51Jell j Ltt
u : your business. of 100 OH Cuts
, etiial to thn>-e old at $1.7o
KITCHEN WARE
For Minnll Men and
:! We are located iff our own Hoy.
Dorrio' I line at $2.99 1111(1 worth as high as $.">.00--take

I buMing, S. E. corner of S2.75. 't* your choice thi* Slit, at 59ce.ich. I Everything for the kitchen -

(\ me quick .
the Square. l KadclitTe $2.59-"'"-

l .. htul. I-.'trrr -hrptnent of Tin
t tu
good
Ii. Ins'..... Rl I..illS ,
Four Per Cent Accwnts.
; Savings
on .
} '" and 1 Enamelware 1 jti't TvFull *-
IIIit' of .( haltlren -*
';u. -10 and tVO Kibl ons at
Sho '( in. all the grade-: ciive I
only 19d ,)"Rrd l.

Try our ;1u.J4J..ewil1,8'1PJ jd Hihlx ns in all the COlnrJ1Jj < 1in(1(I you
PHIFER BROS. *r
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THE DAILY; SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, OCTOBKjHi?: ISSIE.BURTZ I4O1- '>


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DAII THE CANA \NITES. of cooked meat with a knife In It t 1

1tn ;,cut It, and a saucer inverted over I''
;I h.c extracts
The following are taken to keep it warm that was' found 1 liI

from an article entitled ""'bat DoVe I lone tomb at Gezer. Spears swords,

,red p tar l4. 0e i*.OaIDTUle.n...I \ Know of. the Canaanltes." by R.JA- I ornaments or other objects which the A Healthy Liver Makes ; ,.
pt ,..saq.wtaegtilmatlmatteriljtY. Stewart Mascallster M.A. ) decease
m F.S.A.. Director -I might be supposed to re

-; ..,..Edtlor aDd Pablaber. of Excavations. Palestine Exploration -. quire were ao' deposited. These objects a A Well Man :
.. -. Fund as printed in The S'ih- are valuable testimonies' to the

,.: : .....-.............City Editor. day School Times of September 2tf, I belief of the Canaanlte In the continuance .
; 1907: ; after death of a life similar .

;;;ppwrrr ....sw.coiapoaiiia-Rooina. "lu. answer to"the question. 'What to the earthly existence." r.b Ft

__ ,1OJ'YlCK. manner of people wethE' ancient
POTitlt:BJ.OCX.Ie. Canaan I tea
who.
.: about 440O years ago. SEA ISLAND COTTON. 'i
W.Main Street S. TaLaPHONa 4J4 drove but the rude aboriginal tribes!' .

*i,.OAII. Sew,published every-morningex. we may fairly hold that they singularly Savannah Market Ruled Quiet and
1IIf&* )(JDCla7>delivered by carrier In th city ors resemble the modern Arabs who Steady for the Week.
to say part of,UM United States postageb.for$3 now hold their ancient territory. +,asN
; ,a year Jajtt awt months: $1.15 three Savannah Ga., Oct 5.) -The marketfor
,t -tJisorso; centa,/')" Eve __ .-. rict17 ia "This 'has been established by actual Sea Island cotton ruled quiet and A rUftXLY TXCCTAMJC COMPOCMB and the HOST PEE
comparison of bones of the ancient FBCT UYXM MKOlCUfX _0'". Do not flU
: _cc. steady, all tbew ek. and moderate your system I
Canaanltes.' found in excavations with Calomel. Arani or Quinins. BUttlNX U a c-uaran-
; Beading notice in local colman: lacent* a line with the living bodies of their transactions were" reported at about teed cur for mil 1 diseases producsd! a TORPID UTEK G
fcr irst ia ntloD.and 3 cents for each additional modern representatives. Both alike unchanged prices. The demand ma and IltYVmB BLOOD. It will cur HALAXXA without Uarinff -
a. mostly for fancy, with a little enquiry .any of the deadly effect. of rn&rry drug used for that 1
dUplay advertisingmade known onapplication are people of moderate stature--perhaps On. bottle % froma
TLttft'or for extra chand\ none fur purpoaa. purchased day rosy save you
five feet eight inches Is the sick spell tomorrow. Quickly curse ElII..*..ss, C.astlp.tl.a .
t average for males for females somewhat : the Inferior grades. D7'qNpaIa. IIaIU'1aa CJaills. am4 all UT%
Week Sun U an el ht-pag-e.' .forty.ctamn Very little Florida cotton coming
lie Twlc- C.lapl441ats. c
smaller. A height of six' feetIs
paper, published every Monday and In. moot of the receipts being from
contains aU the of thentl rare In both the ancient and .
and ne-ws the
.,.dII7. Georgia. The ,quality of the receiptsIs A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S
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local. state and general, ,and will be modern race. So far as the skulls
not \', good owing to recent heavy
' Bailed, postage free,'to any pert of the United preserve indications of facial character. -r\ ENDORSEMENT : '

; pistes or Canada for$.00 a year-in advance. we can restore from them countenances -I rains. Dr. A. J. Hannah a I Isavdinff physician of Umatflbs. ,
Crop accounts are less: fuxoruMe.deterioration :. Fin' ,. says: "1 have been using Harblns In my f1W-
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.. with the heavy features of the
bill- become due after fir t
jUl adrertUing having resulted front tu tic. and am wall pleased with the rvtuHs. 1 always
t ppeaiaaceof advertisement unless otherwi..* modern Arab. It cannot be doubt persistent rains and reports from keep some on hand and think it a hand( mdiafe
,stipolatetl contract.: Partita,.not known to uswin that hair and eyes were uniformlydark. for Biliousness and Liver Complaints?
be required to pay. for advertising In ad- Florida appear just as bad us the Geor '
e. cc. Addrcss, :TUB D II.V SUN.FtA.. gla report: Large Bottle SOC Avoid All SobsUtutea
Gan.ssvtLLn u The: Census Hureatt on Friday ro-
-- .-. "It Is hardly necessary:< to say that ported the number of bales of Sa Inland Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

THE TAX QUE81tiON.Referring the solitary: farm-steadinga which are ginned to September 25 at 4.240.: St. Loul.. U. 5. A.. '

such, conspicuous features.on the landscape against 2.669: last year: and H.iCSG two 1
to the tax question, The
of any civilized country -we-reo years ago

Brooksvllle Argus say I for obvious reasons unknown The The; following Irkp.auf" based onfactors'

"If the land paid the tax there would people congregated Into densely con quotations: QUO AND RECOMMENDED .YCAINEwTVILLE.

be more improvements in our rural gested cities and villages surroundedby Io x. fancy Ga:. and .'Ia,'... .31 <(t31t4Fancy : -. x

districts and more people, in the rural thick walls" for defense Round (;1111' and Fla:... . .30 (((31Er. .yvJc>:a: Oar

districts to make the Improvements.Let each city were the farmlands and I 'chol:' Oa.'s and ..Ia.'.. .2!) --

the land not 'the Industry and orchards depending upon it. These i Choice Ua.:* and-.Fla.'s. . .27 &2S

enterprise of an agricultural' untry.ray were possibly held as in the case oft Ex. fine tia.'s: and Fla:s..25 $("26 M..Y

the taxes levied to maintain the, the modern Palestinian villagers. In 'Fine (]a.'au and Fla.'s. . . Nominal
.
peace, good order and safety of a com- I common and divided annually by lot Common Ga.'s and "'18:.. .Nominal ty

munity." r among the plough-owners, though Lr REAL Z

The Sun is In thorough accord with 'there Is some evidence that private Season . . . . . . . . 1907. 1906.

Bro. Russell on this question. Thereare ownership was also recognized. On Receipts: . . . .j.. . . 1.037 593

hundreds of large land owners' in such a point as this however; we! can Sales . ,.I.. . . . . . . . R!'S 562

Florida who will neither improve not, in the present state of our knowledge Exports . . . . . . . 245; 380 FLORIDA.
their holdings or sell an acre to per speak dogmatically... . : I.N73
Stock . . . . . . . .e. 2.O3G
tons who would improve it. and they "The streets of the city were narrow Receipts season gross.' . 1,812 1,31:9: GRAHAM ISUILII 'U. Sa

should be made to bear a larger proportion crooked dark and we cannot Receipts season net . . 1,912 1,323 WE HATE FOIL HALE a

: of the taxes for maintaining;.t doub( dirty and unhealthy laneways. (Oll nix-room h< UHt>, (ill Non Is liHIH<'H\illf. just out (1.1.| M k from ti i .\ U

the government. As, it is. the men ol Many of _them blind alleys forming Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured. ltailn'esl, his Iio)%.' $tn''t ; lot :st tsl l.r't. I'rl.w 19-iS.Itl, ,
thrift and industry,. who Improve hoiiM in North liMiiifxvill1 itli lot f.t-t l'ri.'e
a maze 'that to a stranger would bf' cold <>ts' foiir>rooiii % IIOxliMi }
their property area taxed for. every wildly confusing. The houses were "In November, 1901, I caught F4dkr-den IMT tfnt <|OHII, f III |M-r iiuxilh until |iwiil i l for 11 OHMrtnti.*
dollar expended for'improvements, but and had the quinsy. My throat was for f-r, |MT nioutli.Twiiitylhf .
most of them of only
who huts one story swollen so I could hardly breathe. I nwiili'iui* |Iota! in t'ity limitx, all|! luuli wl.l! the wealthy own large
persons consisting of small windowless cham applied Chamberlain's Pain Halm andIt fmntliiK nn ni.t< i>(r< tracts of vacant land return the sameat bers of Irregular shape grouped gave me relief In a short tlm4.In IHKX to N> had in the ritv. I'ri.ttt rant lltt from f 7*> eel to t'".*.% IHK--ten
a nominal sum '"and thus escape dos }111 ul..nth
around a central court. These rooms I.'r tv'nt n L r
Mrs.
tiieir Just proportion of taxes on property were for the greater part probably two days I was all right says i-i"xfK v'oru ninpr.UTY uirn r- wt' .n m |.-.iti..n ii.Inatiate
which they are holding for speculate L. Cousins' Otterburn. lotl h. ChaDa.ber1aln' NMIII< Hft T tit. moot Mipro| >..l unit m nirnt l iuvtho.1*,
used for storerooms and sleeping-(
Ualm is a liniment and
PaiD
purposes. All land should be sheds; very few of them wert' over Is ...peeJally'yaued for sprains and .. ..
---- "
classified class taxed
and each at the
twelve feet The dally life
same rate the unimproved Inthe would be. aa square.far as iiosslble. carriedon welling. For sale by all druggists.WORMS! K8TIIKK; ; 8.: JOKUAN. W. W IIAMITON. i

fame class being taxed on the same. which would be -
In the court provided -
valuation as the improved land. with booths of reeds or of JORDAN&COMPANYINSURANCE r-

branches to frpep off tho hot rays, or

Friends of Col. F. 51. Ironmonger of the sun. The walls of the bouses
Ta'kKonvllleassistant general passenger were built -of rough stonesCrudely': -l; dud tar y..s4.r.d and 4-J .rrb.1 tve.s wk.lis.dl':: r toAnt.ltrp.r

agent of the Clyde Line will squared by hammering and cemented pn..d M Il.dhat,b..d.besof'a.ea.a.1 "bad ,.m"-rSe a ti.lr:;.
sgulv..'.. ... I.tt n... ....d.. ear ........rl. ...r.S" .
regret to learn that his son. "Frank together with mud. To each _house '"wb.. r.b..w.d him'"Iny T_t..a4 I..roN..
fifteen years of ace was pain fully Injured was a cistern-a brlttle-flhaPt'd exca.atlon .. !::::: :'--11:.:.eppt.e. .'-.visa. !r.o'; .ar5 PORTfk? 111 OCK (JAINCSVILLIU; IM.OKIDA x
rb..nJoyr.h.; .......,....\\t ....'I /srt.l
In New York on Monday"-by be- \' about twenty-five feet deep, Nita. t..lfmfstal -III apn.sl t.,",".,.."."". .
"njr run down by a heavy truck quarried In the underlying rock and es... J-I.- hit t.Nla/1r rbll.d.lpbi.I tsraV..t :..h.t' .i Fire Life and AccidentSEABOARD Res::,?;:::, .. uJ ,If''t a

't appears that young Ironmonger. lined with cement to keep( ,fh* water Deat Ira '- . .- -
In attempting to dodge a bicycle ratneto secure. .' Th.9owelacANfN I

contact with the truck which

knocked him down and rendered him "* dfucoverlen hate
Some Important '
,nTOiinclous. He examined and :
was with to theburial
lately been made regard c7Mal10
rt wan ascertained that his skull wan
C.tiiaantteM. The
customs of the ,
'raeturP.l|l. 'The boy's father was notlt incaves .
bodies were usually deposited
d "mJ t !ho left immediately for New 1
the bodyof
as Abraham dPIN.-ItPfI
'rork Col. Ironmonger has many t'1...::: Falsisni.,.r.les, . :Ta..n..d. red, eel,
Sarah. The rates, were either a. . . J + -' It. i3. Ne..s
. ,... .1.1x/ ......... CC t.1LaSNt..4 .;.
hid is balk.
: "flei! in this city and section who natural hollows in the rook, uch aw ......5.551551., ,....w ......, L.._. Air Line Railway
:' ympathlio with him. abound In I"alestlm/ or artificially ..............e4)' Ca, CM.ag..e N.Y. s,4ANNYAL

formed excavations. usually roughly $ALE, TEN MILLION BOXES

r ':I pleasing to note that SecretaryC circular. On the floor of these caves -. - ..- --- -- _. -- - SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN I SOLrTHERN -

.,Hft,>oti. In his Wanamaker speech the body wall laid, lit a contracted. |>osltlon. PINES RALEIOH. RICHMOND
,
k.. of that "high-minded philan'rroji Stone were 1,1..cruuud| It. Wb:L" REVIVOIEIT81EI

'.-it\ hind splendid ornament to the and earth strewn. or It For the IIIM VITA LITI WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE: PHILADELPHIA. -

: *.'frsulon, of journalism. G'OrgeV.. of the feint or the dPe"M-cl. ,esn 11II NEW VOKK.

. f' .MH Xo other publisher producedthis I of rood and drink mere placed nearby "..... I

country deserves such a ; not without pathos (N the deposit" 'W.IIMIIIf

"'" a.. more than Mr. Chllds. and yet i I
Two Elegant Trains Daily: :
.r'ultimately, since! his death some $100 REWARD StOO.I TMt !!.
.
ta. :f years little has been don e33
ago 4"rIII w Jl.TO
The readers of this fOllJ SEABOARD EXPRESS
I 1
>StDY:
*
i>fin>*tuate his other than I
. memory : pleased. to learn that there (In at leant .r......__ ,__II. I. ao 4.,.. 111".1" -'.
keeping of his name at the top of that science has ...,.....qul.key., 5n.-M. Ihe..f.U MAIL. tl
I one leaded disease '\.c_ ,...,. a bet I'I..s .... tn.. 5.4 SEABOARD
dltorial column of Th. Phlladelb been able to cure in all )Its ata1, and ..104 _. ".Y' ...,;9"." th.Ir y 'mimnl via'"e a,
1 I'uhllc Ledger. HU name ia one rlsf M ate IWO. It lebtr .34 get.llr rws.eTe
:that in Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Curia $.rvwL a3. cal VI.atar, ,+..aefW.ekss..l
cfL> best! assets that great newsr known to the a.k am I cel l'.s..r,)'all!" K.tt.oy
the only positive cure Waalna bt......,and eA":es of rabw.. ,
has. Philadelphia: ought to.t medical fraternity. Catarrh bring acvuBtltutUraal ..,.......... ........,.... ."klla ..... f" Modern Pullman Equipment
of Child ..ItItT. kssiM.a. _'U_ I. a..MNe.r,
:a monument In honor dt*-ae. requires a constitutional t-yo..rU..a. .... _.,. et_..a. Ml ... ttsY
----- Malt's Ca.bCure ... .sad -- bid.r be' .a'
treatment :-rll.ta. g/wlk tt..w :s.J..1... t..ao :
.Ile f*eLand Record rays' "There Is taken Internally acting dlrrrtry ..nriaf tb are _f r"' fl .M. .If .wpwa.aagdla

s 't.e no oranges old In Florida thinat upon the blood. and mucous cur- ,cane''. ll.w."._ I.atat.gaavise tvrrt.4 le vest ULYIA. /.. Jamestown LineN
; : The Exposition
ll.OO per boy on the tree.e faces of the system! thereby destroy'lug msll.tree IA.p.rirv.dtt.. $54"= .'.east. ruef.e5 W .1*_no w.5viii v.Invv
< crops which hare been sold the foundation of the disease< and .__..... 4..,."'..... I,_ a44naasorest. sI
"r hare brought about 1W! on giving, the patient strength by building MtaHCfVC CO.. ...,;.. 5.4g. Ctssce, PP orol( k Va. t

.*. and then will Vn few oranges up the coostltutJoo and assisting. Far al"la OatMMTlO*, Florida by ,

: 'or teas! than this price. Tan- nature In doing its work Th* proprietors w. M. J...... DnIcaIIIC., .

< are selllnar from $::...0 to S3: .OO have 110 moth faith in Its Excursion Ticket on Sah Daily.rsll '.

x t o b. With a bait crop eorn- curative powers that they off r OB MEN AUD WOMtf

with last jear. the growers are Hundred Dollars for any can. that It COL Cwl..a/ s e -
tolit/ go'd prices for their falls to cur. i ti4 for fiat of teet3- r.t..3. a.te..n--5..,+....,).t .a' R5r. at.r..a For foil Isformstlo* ac.4 if1..p3rseerrltua..; os sat Afaal 41esbeer

v j ,..-U'- ..*....1a1a. AddressF ...._.... r.a_. w,1 u. e. $ or sort

- i. CHENEY CO. Toledo.. O. ,. ril..lbeer.i welsl e t*. a'5.344 N tae -eel.,.. ,. I*. O P0Y1MT0f' ,, J. A...e'sst C.i>..... ps.eenk..r .,.., '
''tJre ao reedy toid ;Ter/ effort Sold by Druggists 7e Jsekeoa.IJIe.'la..
lv ........ .. _
"lt her. !. also ni5cJc to peJDh-.a Tak. Ilall's Family PIIU for cc.t2



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IF ,

THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. OCTOBER 0, 1907 7



............ .c..G .. The Georgia State Fair will''be held SoBh* Florida
at Atlanta, Ga.. October 10th to .the
4 Cool
26th. The date of sale for these Maip

,o'4o',* ( THE LATEST GOSSIP tickets will be from October Ipth) to
October ''25th Inclusive. PartIes in

From GAY NEW YORK the State of Florida who desire, to NbthiaiIflSfltut9 l
'
Let Us Do Work
take this trip can get rates either ; Your -
'
from Jacksonville Live Oak at the
A. far as BAKING Is concerned. RAISE YOUR GRADE-That raise
BY OUR ICEOU1-AK COKKliTONDENT.New very much reduced rate of $8.85 from
Live Oak and return, or $10.35 from FRESH BAKED GOODS delivered to your eaUry. The South Florida!
------------ --
home daily -and there'
-- ------ -------- '- - - Jacksonville and returti. Final limit your ; no wow Normal Institute
?' York. Oct. 5.-New Yorker I wherewith to enlighten you. But 1 of the tickets is not later but up to ry. will give you the

don't know whether to take Nordlca's am wary of It. for I fancy it wouldbe midnight of October 28th. These best help in- ''raising your. grade t

$ plan for an American "Bayreuth" on prepared with a motive and thatit tickets entitle party's 'adml'.alon 'to KEYSTONE BAKER. South fljorlda .la the wealthiest
the Hudson as a piece' of lever advertising Is unlikely to be as dependable aa the grounds. For further' and detailed Phone i! 1G6. R. T. scn. .nn..rn.. and!
for the' prima 'donna, or as a I'd like to send you. Information, write to Frank C. moat progressive part of Florida. It
J It be District pays ,the best a 1art...- 'If you wanta
;? genuinely meditated 'fact. if Doylston. Passenger Agent.
,;;. the latter the musical authorities There is a young boy over in Hoboken Atlantic Coast Line. Jacksonville Fla. BROWN SOUSE BARBER SHOP good ,school In South Florida attend -

"t shake their heads and cite the practlal who 'has invented a system of .. the South Florida Normal.

\ .$ dissolution of musical fervor even wireless telegraphy which I am Henry E. Jones of Tampa. Fla. Earnest Papy. Prop. For further particulars addressP.

::1 ''la famed Cincinnati; and then they told, can and will cut into Marconl'a writes: "I can thank God for my present W. CORR. A. B.. Principal.

,i,? ;;add tu obstructiveness of profession and pick up one of those messagesat health due to Foleya Kidney A Thoroughly Modern Shop Bade (ICltj*, Florida j
I i. rasa!?jealousies to make the HUCCCBS of will. It is stated that the Government Cure. I tried doctors and all kinds

;:; the. project doubtful. has become Interested In developing or kidney cures, but nothing done me
Sterilizing Apparatus and all
'it'I '1 I this young fellow's device, much good till I took Foley's Kidney tie Latest Tonics, with flr k1au T. L. HODGSON
I, ,, ;C. James O'Neill's production of "Vlr- which he tumbled Into and that Oovefiiment j Cure. Four bottles cured me and I artists will be found here.

:;r prfnius" extracted from the New' York' officials are undertaking its have no more pain in my back and We solict .a share of your patronage.

: tcJ'ltlcs: varied evidences of their limitdfamllarlty I. c Jpletion. Meanwhile the boy la shoulders. I am 62 years old. and suffered Practical STUMP PULLER

d\ with the so-called classic said' to be subsidized by our GoVernment long, but thanks to Foley's CHAS. W. DUVAL

,".i drama! Hut the humor of things conjrfsts to do no talking to anybody, Kidney Cure I am well and can walk Wiltiston, Florida.
and enjoy myself. It is a pleasure to
in a poster quoting Winter's and to permit no one to know anything recommend It to those needing a' kidney Shoe ShopNear

,rt'opinion!' of O'Neill's Roman role, when of his creation. Reports from the medicine. J. W. McCollum & Co. Public highways and'tanna clearedof
', his son told me a day or two ago that boy's home (where he has the thing
: ;bis father' Is living in California. Is rigged, up) indicate that he has made Men, Don't Pass This By. Crawford A Davis Livery Stables' stumps on short notice at reason.

>; ,It possible that we have so progressed one of the most remarkable discoveries Write for our sealed literature T I,able' prices. MACHINERY FOR

tf tat we can see plays by wireless? of the age. and that it will, when which describes the Southern Wonder First-Class Work Done Always. SALE. Correspondence solicited.

: developed startle the world with its Appliance, which astonishes the world ,___e. _' __ ._.________--.-'_----
.Y It is reported that the Yerkes man- I powert and dumfounds medical science for I
STEAMSHIP
,lion Is for sale and that Mrs. Yerkes i weak men. Sold by druggists; used CLYDE: CO.jQclcsonrllle .

1' Intends making her home In Chicago. It seems to be quite true that and endorsed by physicians. Can be

',. ;Her. late husband, Mlzner, is running Uoldt. of the Waldorf, is to completethat carried In vest pocket and lasts for r

;the Hotel Rand in this city.. The amazing chateau of his at the years. Southern Inst. Co.. Houston, i

\1\( "affinity" of the late Charles Yerkes Thousand Islands. It la said to contain Texas.$5ODO.

liasdropped out of sight Europe be- *one hundred and twentyfiverooms

r, tag her reported dwelling place. The and to have fifty-odd bathrooms '

[!great; Yerkes fortune is not expected ; and Boldt 'built, It for a Hura- lit PRIZES

/'ito make much of a showing henceforth mer home. The story now is that'his _

> \ji .thl. city, part of It deflecting to the children have Induced him to finish
"
t';?Wen and the remainder disbursed it for,occupancy and that there is no A Competition in Nee-fewtffc Whichis

;<:!abroad. _- truth In the report that It has been Free and Open te AN Who .moo: D :: BA 3LXNGS: Si.t ..al3: 'W'F32: :! S
1,
hotel. I ba..eseen
sold for a summer JrICTwwE.M

44:} The known, intimacy of Longworth the place often. It Is a gigantic Desire to Enter.A > 'and New'Xork.

1yWlth Flelschmann (former mayor of pile of dark stone standing on Heart Galling at_CHARLESTON.,. O.. both ways.Tbe'PlBMt .
tCincinnati) leads New Yorkers to Island just at Alexandria Bay loom well-known New York business CoiutwUe
: house, liuchan's Soaps Corporation Staaaitbipi U the Service
.think It likely that Longworth will ing up more as a Dastlle than a countryseat "
\01'; will ,not run for the mayoralty' of for an American gentleman of have competition just announced In needlework the biggest ever prize held. Clyde: New England and. ,Bouthern Lines

!tae Queen City as his -la.law princely wealth. Surely it la pretenUo They agree to give 5000.00 for the Freight Servtee Between JACKSONVILLE. BOdTON andPROVIDEPCE
.jdealres.. regardless even of his alle- 1a enough; but Is most sombre beat work with the needle. There are and All Eastern<.PoinU,
';aSaDce to what Flelschmann may wish. and'conveys no idea at a glance of its six departments, each with its special Oal ling a_Charleston both wayt:
list of prfseftne sewing, lace work
!?, lt'J'! generally believed that Flelsch- I I wondrous architecture, upon which embroidery,- knitting and crocheting. s. aar-w..I:1JEECX.T-: TT GB

'lpann is politically dead his chief I Doldt Is alleged to have already spent Infant's outfit and the most original Boa t h bound..*............... ............ nrosn' ,Lewie'Whart, Bat ton
.Ctaliu ,to popularity being ample ability two millions. 'Tls the show place of and unique production of needlework. Notthboond..... .......' .... Froatn:Boot: f Catherine .'.,Jacksonville
1':';. to finance a campaign: whereas the entire St. Lawrence. 'The unique feature of this contest is .
that there Is no obligation or require- iver'Line
I:Long-worth is necessarily bound\ to his ment whatever on/the. part of those Clyde St. Johns

"."wife's father's political pleasure Uevt We Forget who desire to enter. At the end of 13s fwve.n ;J..AC'XUONVZLL&and8..A1'CP'OI'tD'

$whatsoever that may be.; and has suffl- Baby is restless can't sleep at the competition.* October 15. 1908 a 61ol.ping at PaJa ka. Astor Beresford (DeLansU.and Intermediate Landingson
great sale will be held In New York S Johns Blvsr.
:eSent; means of his own to finance hlmt $ .
I
night won't eat cries spasmodically.A City of all those pieces of work whose .
Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"It
President
Nit the
whithersoever
may
bottle of White's Cream Vermifugenever owners wish them sold. No article
designate that he try. New Yorkers falls to Every mother will be sold for/ less than the ,price appointed to sail as follows t Leave Jseksoayille. Sunda!.. Tuesdays and
} cure.
fnave'all along believed that sooner orlater marked upon It by Its owner. Thursdays. 8:80 p. m. Returning, lesve>Vanford. Mondays
should give her baby White's Cream i Wednesdays and 98O.
Frldsys. m.
the President would designate I Articled not wTunlng prizes and not
Vermifuge. So many times when the' marked "To be sold" will be returnedto 4
,Long-worth for some foreign pout of I II baby Is I pale and fretful, the mother their owner at the expense of s8':. down.. ur"Tf YtrkTrT *. Northbound Ke Q

"importance I for'thu Bak* of hiM laugh does not know what to do. A bottle Itucban's Soaps Corporation. This I Leave 8 ISO pm...................Jacksonville........... . ..Arrive 9:08<) am
}*ter's social I IItJ;hi tlu"II. of this medicine would bring color to makes the offer mi exceptionally liberal B:4dlpm '... .. .......: ........Palatka....................Leave 8:00pm
r I one. for no woman can lose any &:00 _nl................. .... ..Astor ............... .... a:80 pm
unusual his cheeks and laughter to his eyes. thing while everyone has a chanceat .. ........ ..:.Be rest ord (DeLand) .............. IrOOpns
There has been amount
tin Give it a trial. Sold by W. M. John the liberal cash prizes* Arrive):80 am... .... ... ........... Ban ford................... I 9:80>> am
-.Of: petty 'smuggling by passengers; on eon V A booklet givIng full detail wiii IQKOam.... ....... ... .... .En te rprl"..... .:;.... .. ..... lOKOass
jjlncomlng ocean vesseln. this late niini bo dent free upon request. Every
who do needlework should PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, 123 W. BAY BT..JAOK80NVIU.EF
1mer: MO much 00 that the cuntoniM Assistant l Cashier/ Said To Oe Short woman can
write to Huchfan's Soaps Corporation M. iBOKMOnosa. JB A. G. P. A. Jacksonville. 72 .
*
'
:;:'officers\ have been more thnn ortllnar- llnttltxhiirg. MlK". Oc!. ri-1 he dl York .
225 Fifth Avenue, New City.BUCHAN'S JOHW Pn..... T. P. A., A. O. HAOSRTT, O. E. P. A..
17'vigilant.1'hy this fever for .t() rectors tif the "'Ir..taUu:1al bank or
Jacksonville. Fls. Pier 80 N. R.. New York.
to declare" has spread I* nottsltplained lluttlfiiniire 1 Issued n statement
getting( Thllr.1) 363 SOAPThe O. H. TATIX, P. T. M.. C. C. BaowM. (1. P. A.,
unlehA It t>e that a larger !HntM. s! i\liit: tint t'te' : \ 290 Rrosd
[:!number than ever hate been abrotul."greater. A...1tant CittfMcr l J. U*. Hnrjuvr are One Absolutely Pure Toilet Soap. L. D Jons, T. F. A.. L. 8. ScaosLs, C. A..
hence the percentage has "PJUt'41 apparently El: .n "..a runrt. The three I I Itor If your druggist/ can't supply/ you Jackfonville. FU.ff. . Leeiburff. Fls.

1 Hut they ha\'<> certainly I b.-.-nCatchltiK further! stated, that Ilarrer 1.-tt J send 15 ctnts stamps for full-sized/ 25- G. Cooraa. JR.. F.A.. E. SWIMDALL. U. F. A.Jacksonville .,
lisittesfntrg I on &*-"I..tJ1bc'rth: I"lit I f, cent cake to Buchan's Soaps Corporation Fla. Pier< 26 N. R.. Sew York. .
( : them at the flu> old smuggling .Sh the a\ iwil ln',Mitl >n tit r'turntn i 225' Fifth Avenue New York. O P LOVBLL. Affent. Jacksonville' Fl,.,
.' trick. maklnK them KO; to theRMCsptaln's .
.
l f'lltf'f1lh'r: :?t\ Ant that he has not - -- -'-'- -- " e- r--- -
ofUct and settle.George '
hfOot'n h.n"d! Iran: since braving| Hat ,
tl.-*b'll(. The bank I In fllll prutrctcdth Atlantic Plumbing Co.

:r Ilucleton. the lawyer and I .> a."tlf'n! nlrt 0 t ... NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE '
,:'p1aTWrlJlr'bt' who wrote "MlMrentiJ SIMPSON HltO*.. l"roprt.t.-

J> ffelV" which made llei.\rlftta Cn)H M'

: ,man famous, has bought the Alans- I x2T.9A PlumbiohSteam {
:field stage Production of "Klrhard
l' Third" and "The Merchant. of Venice I and Gas Fitting Jamestown ExpositionIt

;tTo, Interviewers llailetuu has <
01 impression that he has a new Man I Deer oa short notice
't Geld somewhere In reserve! but I am : theDetective '. i

Informed that he bought the | r *lur- p3lypnattarv of !" i z: All 1 work .,,,.,.Bt*-l U tHo nn>tJ lions either for Harrison Grey Make. work a MX "Hy.
I .
Remember our Ittoa Nuntor. 11.VTSffT
I,: or James K. HacketU and that one MvflANir-. .U1NESVIIJ:. FT.A.
of them will bring forward u utarj Sr k Hartley'. Relative , -' - -- -. -- --.. -
.(j to utlllie those princely productions.1 Macon Ua Ort. S. Atlanta roia-; :fI fti The War-Path Air-Shij
F tlv*. of henry Hartley the man w." 11 u ,
" was kllUil by M Southern rallroAjtr1n i i: T. F. THOMAS .
In certain<< authentic quarters don
Macon. tin, Wednesday
near
.:),!' on lower Uroadway 1 learn that the morn In r.' have not )'t been Je.....'".1 CO. 1 Naval Display
Oast Cuban revolution 1* generally be.ifeved by the Jiacun police \lvtrctlvts.. although I 1 F UNDERTAKING
'!: to IIMV* been finance by '
they bare done" their best n j
"American! money. of course for theQurthersnce found b ii...& I
relatives are
care no ) FULl. LINe OF Will iiiterott ninl) instruct you. Do not fail to"go
(II American ends 4 if the body v| lU'tly .iu be burled lahe '

l.thl be true It !.. quite In keeping with ( potters field.! i I II NEW OOOO5.... at once.
3.tbe reported ardent desire of the ln.t- : '
I For beautifully illustrated folder containiiurdescriptive +
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ter class of Cubans for annexation Afflicted With Sore Eyes for 33 Ya.,.. -- -- 10.11' ,
the United States, and the open matter, Ht of hotoN!' etc. write*
Ito ,
: I have bra .0lctr l with wire eyes ] AOLW'i'S! I"lit f
rdcclaratioii on lower Itrcuidway that :
tattimately have for lrty-thfve years. Thirteen 1"A. )(n\l. II:\T.. Tit11--ru lEv
that will
[ to happen
ago I became totally blind and ma FRANK c. BOYLSTM : ,
2 bear quite a protect asitm.t the. n >n- blind for six years. 71'*. .,..("r.bal1lr sad I lit)' y c-r'.

,committal attitude of our Ou rntuaent InnlUU . ODe of my. neighbors "::LT'.ee I.. .C'.t i..._ -_ DISTRICT PASSOCOI AfiCNT laIJ-U.-u.II
toward Cuba but the protectcome Chamberlain'sSalve ."
from those who have moneyjtiBvesfrd UxUtrU UJ'OIlIDY trying r.r-.a .aleatJ'. se .n -.,, ....
: and gave u>. hair a box uf It. tail be, M.S .... serene erieteeeo..e ,.,, .
In Cuba or who would like / 1t x
I To pay suryrls it heeled l nay eyes and y sil.e.1. r
make heavy. Investments there.MsTsrs .
uo. C.
my sight cam back to SB*-P.
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WRITTEN! FOR THE &UN BY. J. MARVIN NICHOLS. .:I O BLOOD POISOHti

_- _.... ___. .III . u i ., fl1 ",t symptom of Contagions IJlixxl Poi- m it: u\'h'\ little.re Or . DENTIST. . . ,
--- - - -- -- -- ----- \,
ulcer : b. dues not nlwa>"s. excite: suspicion bci.: m,.c: of its :nsiniti..en' ; <* --

t globe trotter t'eturnlng" thiscountty I at Clayton but If Roosevelt Is keento but a. t.'C poison: become more firmly I rootednti.- ;,! >oj. the month in 1 ... rOoe

from the Illimitable steppes hunt big game herehili paradise Uir. 'a u.,crate copper-oitortxl sj>?ts appear a r,iii; ; rr.is' out on the b vlv ..) qv' Mareu* aaJel I'w Pause 1'.3 rtot'

Old] Zebulon I'lkE'--th man thai the It r begins to conic out. glanj in the node: ami i greens :swell and oft,,-tntile .
terrible -- -
the rigors -- ---- - "
h cf Russia oi from Pike's Peak discovered in lsO .r .::0< sores form on the limbs. hands or fa.'v.: Hut this i e uot.all : it !

} far-off Siberia comes with vivid though the p >.-. .n is allowed remain it works town nn.1 I .Ht. \':':.s: the l h0I1"14. cau:in.: i
Of ( they claim he discovered the' Dl:: .\ l.D".tUI.l'1RCE.
of .those vast stretches I"t"akI' the first man that intertosted neer.te' orclecaj-, and makes complete: physical i week; of the suttcrvr." !twill rM
collections m'-.tdotot.emperwith a dinea" so pOW 1 tul a- Cont.ious Hl<>.Hl Poison :
Nor can he have less re- the world In this highway to the lor the virus remains in
{ Ot land. every day the blood the trouble ill pr reusing: DErTI d 1'L r
I* jnembrance were the to penetrate \Vet. At first, the trade went by toward a more dangerous stage, and may in the end jet Ixryond the reach of

mysterious Interior of Africa. No Taos-the Pueblo that hangs along any treatment. There is but one certain, reliable cure for Contagious Blood Office user Duties Co'.. Baal.
the the verge of the Cimarron Canyou Poison' and that is S. S. S., the greatest; of all blood l1fttiC'rs. This remedy
Phuue"
'' lest would a foreigner be Impressed second only to the Grand Canyon of attacks the disease in the right way by going down into the Most and .y0. O.to..I11. FU.

\/ with the vastfSOllcltudes of the West Arizona the wonder of the world. In forcing out every particle of the poison. It makes: the blood pure and rich ---

:. _the weary reaches of Kansas prairies order to shorten distance they after- strengthens the different parts of the body tones up the s\' tC't1anll cures
stretches of the this humiliating and destructive disorder!' permanently The improvement
the faraway wards blazed a trail along the Arkansas DR. ROUT O.Otttco Ih\t: t
estacaddoes. and the silent commences as soon as the patient gets under the influence of S. S. S, ...hl 4
Texas river to a point where It takes continues until of the driven
of the Rockies. So used every ve>tige poison from the Mood( and "a*
UFNPI1'::
grandeurs .' a northward course. There they sufferer completely restored to health S, S. S. is not ui eKttenmrnt.. it i* A
the
to 'Mighty
bate we become : crossed It, made an air line south for Success and has cure(l thousand: of case of Contagious; Hlo.xl Poison in

\\> t" that In ,these days of commercial Itaton Pass, and on. to Santa Fe. every *.'w, e, andlwing entirely i : free from uuint-rals! i is a safe as well usccrtiintreatnuit in Miller l.nw. hsirhntitfAOtHco : "

conquest we have all but lost Along this dangerous highway dust- If you are suflcring with this debasing; d'sc; ,se get the! p,Mn ,
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Phone No .43 Ieealen' NoL
the real sense.of its ancient meaning.Now covered teamsters brought their out of ,ur hloo4: with S. S. S before it does further dant.u:: e. Special home ; f IW

tourist rides In Pullman treatment book uu the disease and medical advice sent fire to all who write. ---- -
the laden prairie schooners from Mlsisatp-
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.
foottillls the lesser
over the pi river points Into the far-away
e cars the Great __ _. u___ __ _ .__ . __ ---. --.- . .
ranges, and at last cresses Santa Fe country on a scheduled' time. T. H. KI.I.1S.: JR.. ;
Divide. Over these highways he And now. along this very trail four and Military wastes! were broken only EPISCOPAL CONVENTION.

winds of by countless buffalo that now browsed
from the rigorous a great mountain railways hl"tlI..r.
lasses .\ TTi1NKY.: -A T-LA w.
Texas: or Kansas blizzard until he formed unthinkable feats' in civil engineering )lazily on the plaint, and then broke Many Repel ta Were Reeeiwerl from Va

finds himself among the perfumes and until in all the world thereIs away' with trememlou trend that nods, Church. Societies. iat.raavlt.l.tt io'tO.I +
:;:)a
'! \ Uct t .. T lie
hook thee. earth. At Int nnIM. JUI'hnllm! a 111"1'-:
enchanted valleys of the Pacific no finer equipment to ho found than very;
One hardly realize the when the sands; were Mot lull the al ii: 'lm-! M'; ai l c.> iienr 011 f Pillix, "'18It'r'rll' .
Coast. can right here where the throbbing moii-
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ice I. >lor.iii\ <';i\ 1 1 .n ho'i' '
that has taken place winds were blistering a tearing. : mirage ttB i
transformation their string these -
guls drag up mountain :
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of hi A lio ps Hint the hon''t' of drpq'ee'melt \
short Hitherto would paint on the desert sky ..ualt.: MATIIKSON: A n.\XTER.
few years. .
In these ways.Iior ,,
In joint .rssion| at 11 "'cli -U the
harassedby a seine of shade and fount. They
lumbering desert schooners. -centuries at It'ast-tlu" 'cupylug "t''I14( on (he ''
bUkioprt |
ages sighed and understood. After .....silo e. | p ATTOHN,-.\ T-LA w, 11
all the dangers of the wildest Santa Fe Trail was by the faintest form "Ph 1l1\hll"! Tuttte pre.'MUi :

frontier dragged along the dusty highways trace hewn out by the hoofs of patieiit the first\ iiiountalu lifted its h..tdIt The lil \hop of .VltiuiN.: its ch.ili,'tii.ut ol.II . SOI.IOirOUS IN OIlAM'KRY: . ,
hn\'" the horrlzon. There It H| of the plains and lost .theic burros that packed their loads I the board tlf inti\ .*Uiiii\. prei.entei| hltrlrnnlal .

path amidst the solitudes-the tortuou across the Great Divide. Upon the client sentinel of thee plains over I report. UAINKSV1LLK, Alachua Co FL. 'f 4{.
which It had kept a ceaseless watch
trails that led through the might discovery of gold along the Pacificshores Iti-jMtrtH w..ft' reoelwil from the wo lfl.stkFKRDiNAND
Ortioe In llayinan
canons and along'' the dizzy precipices the trail became the past of an for: ag.*H. Then cam., the hill, the mun'H an\lllar. > the lall.I.| &) School'

of a mountain trail. These old enormous pilgrimage. In the daysof mountains the ranges; -and the Great an tilhtr. lire .\nlt'rlc'1I'hlltl'h an.I

Divide. :Missionary"' .ud..ty and the Church IIAYKR,
trails of the pioneer West have a the pack-mule It did not take the
These tragic days are son-tla Mlion( I'nhlUhlng
company
glory that refuses to fade.
lingering red-skin long to learn a trick. As ATTORNEY; At I.AU.
days 'when the Intrepid punned thdr-
Up in the Raton Hills of New Mexico stubborn and as patient as Is the .
conquest( toward Pacific shores Many Napoleon Bonaparte OAINSHVII.I.N' F'toato..
and within ..full view of the Snow: burro yet he's a mighty timid beast, .
sleep III unmarked gra\ex. Many --- -
Jlange-the great, Continental Divide These bandits of the trail found out Showed at tho battle of Aunterlltx.ho \. '
were long since devoured hv desert Can sell!! you sity prop.rty. (la. .
the
-this story finds me now. One can that all they had to do, was to rattlea WAS the greatest loader In \
KhonU The buffalo no longer sniffs thecorning proved and unlmnro/d). phosphAM, xl
hardly Imagine \how one thought buffalo hide. And when these rat. of civilization. The Indian world. Italian! Snow I.lnltnent has iruflklBR and farming. laud. /Mend heat ,

stamps its Image. as the other flies.For thing hides and yelling Indians pouredout shown the public It U the bent Itnl S list of what you off..r for ala.. 2117vi I
sullen and aUp"t. no longer, breaks .
this finds me at the old Clifton like painted devils from some went In the world A quick cure for I., .
from mountain crevices' or the stillness -
House deep In thfe fastness of the canyon those asset lo t'Uwlr bearings rhe-umatlttm. pralm, burns vats etc J A. OAHLIrtLK.. y ;
of t the plains. It Is enough. It .
Itaton Range-the old stage house of As a result-pack, mule and all- A. C. Pitts. ItodexHa. IM., says "I .
matters' not where' He the iMineH of ATTORNEY AT LAW {
the Santa Fe ,Trail. This highway landed in the bosom of the. mountain' Went'ern useHallar.l's. Snow I.lnltnent In m>
these builders of the' ":11I fli rp.
bore the traffic of the pioneers and pirates. a family and find it nnrxrelled for sore And tI'llIe" In Equity e
The stars will keep theirlglln: The
the gold seekers out ot the Mississippi ) Among all the tribes south of the granite hills will mark the sacred chest hvadache. cents. In fact for H..' Estate, Conveyancing and O...
b reached by a
that
Valley toward the peaceful Pacific Ohio ancr vest of the Mississippi non pot. The mellow radiance of the anything can eel. Pra alftft. All bualni. promptly
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and the land of gold. worked'' such awful havoc with the moon on these snowy hill will ntlll llnltuent. Sold by W. M. Johnnoii offlo attended. to. Office
Around' this now almost desertedramp commerce of the trail as did the Comanches. the 'tumult of the past with a witchery i I Ithftt' and Robbed. .- .._ --
the builders of the West have Pawnees and Arapahoes.As gentle mother's love. The Beaten to Death
as a
Phreveport. Va Onf :5.. TVie deadand .
gathered In the times that are dim. early as 1829 the Government began thundering commerce of the hllln
of ( Han
octet Ii ecle d' hotly jeorge
Around the door once hung the chieftains to furnish troups to guard these
will tell ,the story. sleep un --*leepon ftntl Iran( :". vice president t< of the Rates
of the plains and mountains caravans In their perilous pilgrimage ye builders. of the Rest! Itext In HiirjHliin IMntlnK' company of t'.il;
Jhat barter with the'! pale crammed with lurking .
they might through a country unmarked graves-ye fearless plo- city was' found "''hllr..c1. under *

face from the Middle West. Now and bloody red men. seers ye builders of the Trail! Thee bind' lit"II" on llllacl"'l\I | lnUii'l II"

this old highway thrown up from These old lingering pioneers HO mighty hllli have always, been eternnlthey ) t.ml hfn Mllfil on Ihe bank of th..

Fort Leavenworth. Kansas, on to loth to give up their frontier memories cannot let you d I... bayou with a hoavy railroad wrench -

Santa Fe. New Mexico, dips back will tell you that the biggest sect, the hor\| draiCKel h..n..lh the

Into the distant: past. No ,student thing that wan ever pulled off on the Wanted-Hardwood. Timb.r. house' flaunt{ the night III.* ;1..1 1 a "It

ot history can doubt but what over trail was the Introduction of the wa Tbe Ilrown-Ienlngs Hartl wood CoinI lnMtrti lo u jelly lluiuon.. III.,hand Atlantic CoastLine

this very trail. over four hundred gon-"The Prairie Schooner." That's > of l Lake I Ilutk-r Florida are money' were, gone; No .r't.' 4.

years ago. Cabeca de Vaca led his what old John Holland told me-the' In the market for large quantities of have l h...-n riiMileCICNCC .

venturesome Spanish explorers. Close man who was raised on this trail hickory white oak and ash timber.They .

on his heels came La Salle. I>e Soto. who helped to bury the bones' of old offer to buy it either In the $ PREVENTS BALDNESS.TV '

Nar\aez; and Coronado. with their followers In his Taos grave and who
Kit Carson log or sawed Into plank. Now that ;

seeking to pierce the solitudes! now runs a gambling hell In Itaton the price of phew III off. this Is an Pawl
that lay beyond the snow-crowned There would be. anywhere from sevento opportunity for sawmill to work on .rt. .( ..l..r*.

vllent sentinels of the plains. Here fifty of these wagons In a single lumber In which them IN a profit an It !i. ,hit mr_t thing' In the ,1t..1. for I

Hud there they fell. Unshrouded and rnrnvan. The big ones were pulled by we are offering fancy prices for such a, man 'U !.. r w_..rlljr hQIJ.. Ni mwhiwM /.t.. ,.;el'U .
.. th. .....*. i._ 1
offered hatr not <| M| at r I
unsung these Spanish spirits from eighteen to twenty-four, tlllIl leu; lumber. This also affords the tieittn. '
t>* .lml.l If l>" will' !!_ N.wt,n ,a llvri'tH IID: -
their bodies to the toying, wolves ami the smaller by from eight to, twel o. t who are *.iulppe! with trams .-. llin n..w .,'.Ip nlUvplk llrrplet'io I

their bones to bleach on shots| unmarked When ready in strike camps they a chance to get" out logs at a Rood itoKtroy Chic grim hat rut. the ,...ir -.

by shaft or slat would kwing this lend wagon Into n figure. off .t the r...>t. an.) tans the MCMlp' 0' '
rfwtlyhvallhy JamestownExposition
Around this same hearthstone the clrcl* until It caught up with the last For full Information regarding e..i t>llwi. Mr. >lnriiw tt. In the

wring! scouts of former days gathered wagon In the Ktring. In thin rlrml.tr' pricetr nddreftsnrownJenlngH Maryland 'lIi f'k. ''',It... >l"nt w.. *u f '

in a bond of brotherhood such all the Form tli.'y nuulo for thenu eUe", 11 bar HanlwcKHl Co. finely ....1.1. In 1 I... irmn it month HrHrl.lr a"x$15

World has never known. Hero Lu rleade! against the attack of th. rtrleili -.I lake Butler Klorldn cr'<-"ha'.y cos.l>alr ; Cfl-t'oaoh' . .;.*' "ion lo Jor-,:

:. n :Maxwell. Tim llrldRer.: old Mill In the early. morning the head r\nf\ t\t\'. ,heed _"t\ thkk hAir an Inch I UU toll i on .f. rash To*..

'\111I0\11114. Cody: -our "llnffalo Hill" woxoner would give the ltnnl) for the Julius Ca.*ar i! 'tons. "fill Id .1"! *...!.. h. test A 'l..rm..1 des| .n-l Krlilay limit '.n day.. H.
thelong suit" ..r hair! ....'.1 by l_lln ilrurfMUl.. .
t''iHler-the Indian tamer. hick t .--nkln of rump. So r up slop-ovals.
> Was a man of nerre, but slrhhesstrtt ..nl >*_ tn .ltnpB for .*m4 la Tl.
"\Vooteii. and old Kit C r"oii-here.vl'Ji line, the feniinMerH would yell."All's Its mark and hit biin aged JIrpUIU; "..... Uvtrolt. MHi. I :

all their rnatrhlw fonrleHKiie set'! '.Stretch before h.* tlnrio. Blrkn>" In often Two .ia.-60! cents aud '1.00. I S24 70
these eonquerorsof the Nest hare the < iptain :Fall In' and the long caused! tiT a torpid liver lferhln' /In .l-.i-r. dlup.ov.rs$1.:

.'tell leathered I fhlll never. forget rarivnn wciu*'! ftwlttg. o-it Into the will P.gJ't.; your liver ..n .Jal l AcntaTftlrr. : I',.. I w.tit .n limit /:

the, day siwiit. .jwlth Mr. Rile, of trail aicnln. t health.Mr*. Carrie Austin llollon '
Kansas write "I consider tlerbln
JtHton-tho only 4"IJ lltpr. of Kit Car F'>r ilavf ard la' Mn...brokens the best tnedlelnn I f ever tiefird of I Salt Rheum and tc/rnw S 3 0 on * ..h, tiel..,. 1)e10

h.mn, one.jaf the foremost builder of i.f(.>n o" t'.r. pTtlim wo: .un'at un am never without It'. KoM by \V M A. uaei'. . 5' i/U -epa f., Sio3Gi .ovel ,
... .. ..'. ...
the mihty \ >..t. Thin. hero died at erifltmitU The Nhirtlt!., n"'rt lurte fonnann h I. J a..wr'I' w.th; nll'

Fort Lyons. Colo.. In I"1!' and his ._
-.fJQ ",.... nOCJCl
{.one* rent in the ancient cemetery at 15
.,..p..,.. alup-or.reiow.d al
Taos on the Trail near wlier I am witT.. tan..t .ti ,..... 1St.

tnnlght. "Oldest Bank in Central Florida"
.
There was a period when the Santa .

**e T' II was the only conneetlna linketween I..
SUMMER TOURIST RATES
the East and the far "'_t -

A. one ofthe old lingering trappera H. F. DUnOi.U..H.an! : ; Tur DUTTOn DAnn'' IlJueIUU': Irrsrperatr.t t.>... JACk!+u"II.Lr.

front the hills said to m* ttvisy I '. 1\ ruiwr: asS 1)47.11
UUL'-I.Ullr
IsIt TIQWA" I lit w.ILK:

Cap'n there warn't hot bin' In them co I 1'rr.ldrol- I' w .'NAQY I> av.r. (Col . . . . . . . trj-

days but the Santa I-V Trail Injun ." c.. r.w- Capital Full PaidGAINESVILLE 575,000 1/ " Tn';" fhfl Dutton C.lu.UJ., r... . . . . . . .. 17
And varmlnU." The ,.arn.lnts are L.tfb.
BANKERS FLA. I ChU_ ",. .
here good and plenty now Only two to Ie "fII'JMP Vs.-i-:: .J .W"UL'TH Bark Detroit. /kb. . . N.aie)

nights ago a fellow on th.butn pulled t.talU.h..t M r- .J U W/CHsf.w<< Nta 4..a r.noI, Y.. . . . . .

out of Raton to foot It over to the : t:bee u TUIUPJ1.awl Tr.._ C.OL 1 Y .nd. CITYDEPOSITORY M J TH ')%JAU I:Mi Pot-la.flay. C. . . . . . . .

Hang into Trinidad twenty-C"e" tulles 1". W Je. T101AwA Lookout )It.. T*.a. . . . . !!.

away. When btt hit the Santa Fe Wubinctma. U. C. . . . .. ST

the tunnel right a -big-.ay'mnnntain' ... :Mr friend lion dli!.>..>(nl no*..I I; B.* .I arq'L .... t- r .a..,.tea s in m**. .)**. a .........* .| a ttttwtj ...t a ha... dw......... ... ....." A'wwa I Tor further. lafortuatloo and

Into' .. btwcses.. c--....... 1 ..-... M.DT_ .. s. Operas... .al (MLrtf..i..Jsa.1.. man r.*.r aUoo. call oa or
time for b had 4ovn hill pnll
a OVL_TON. Di.trlet's
FRANK C.
Itaton. and plenty to keep him gain : '-r per rrat aM ee T1s.e C.r1J..t 1..p.elf.. .Mee ....... tl a. -. t. S p. .. ...e.r Brat Atlantic Coaet

Earnest Setoo Tbotnpaon got all the Jsak.oavIlle. n. '*..{

wolf>xoatertal b. wanted rtclat(, bn':

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II. TIIE DAILY SUN: AINESVILLE. FLORIDA OCTOBER C. 1907 '. 4s :


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,,'.' ,flEWS OF CITY .AND I I r at Candles the lowest--Th- best i>rice goods<>.- New to be York had ::-:-:-- mu-:=:#, ---'= --J: :

TOMORROW
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COUNTY CONDENSED ;
4WWILS0N'S
'r thing In school children sup

r- I "1'A. assure life tomorrow"That's pliesar the right price. Uainsvlll, ,
y my
5 and t i--Cent' Store. j I d it
of General_ Interest Gathered -
)fitters I-hut l how J<' you know T I Swearlnen. the natal storedl i

by Our Reporters.. I then t if. going to U+ any t
you? Siunlti, with hU family here.T..r "

AND SOCIAL ITEMS It i is the Policy in force TODAY soap 10 cent boy.. throe 4 j jcakos I
PERSONAL a :
that U Ming to the widow I
protect t.) i,0x. Satisfaction, guaranteed We have just received 27
and orphan of tomorrow. cases
t Haa"Happ nsd and What I. Cooing' : Gainiilo I 3 and 10-CVnt Store I
tv"at Sonu'time 1"'hH't'n two days and ; .
goods
Y, to Happen Told In. Short Paragraphs your tomorrows will all pa.*.* into yea- i Kol\' H Kidney Cure will cure any new expect as many more ..'

ft So That "He Who Run May' Read" tenlaya.! 'c"Ut' of kidney rouble that U: not Itw within the next few days direct from r
.* Ninety-woven per cent of all death ; yond medical aid. J. \\". McCollum &

u In Th. Sun.o rent. A. I Vidal. claims Canada octtkxl by 1 in the United Stateo" and Co. New York. We expect to show you \

for *,
Mr .
o- House and Mrs. T. J. ItUlock of Madlou

< pay :your city license at once. The EQUITABLEduring arc in the city, guests of their the largest and best selected stock of

a savings account with Phifer I daughter Mrs. T. J. Nixon: East Main -
Open Dry Goods this of
lOOfi mere settled within ONE street :N.Curtis season any store in
Broa.
Ladies' calling cards- at. The Sun ceived.DAY. after Where proofs claims of death are not were re- Baird of Kanupaha I IM In the !; the interior of Florida.

office. -v\. '" immediately U usually due to delay clt'r: llalrd Is one of the valued rY
on the of the in employs of T. J. natal
Buy shoes that ,wear at New York: part beneficiary: sub Seuriiigen

Backet. mitting complete papers. stores operator. SEEThe

Muttons are coining In with eiupha*
You will find a full line of meats at COUPONFill
sits in the winter line, and a look at
Fagan> market. I out and mail to C. }o'. Goodman New Belts New Neckwear
our line of Zeigler sloes, for Indlexwill ,
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Kitchen furniture 'of'alU..kinds at Local Agent, Gainesville Fla.
convince you. I.. C SmithA
; Mew York Racket. tutrtcen New Laces, New Embroideries, New
-Inch shell tired from lilt.of
A big shipment of men's bata Justin. Without committing myself to any 5*
'' the Itattleablprt Is the only I thing Gloves New Dress Goods and New *
New York jacket. action, 'r shall" be "gla that will knock out u pair of our $::
Try us when you need a set of furni. send ine full particulars regarding boys'calf shoes H>'d.> & Tench. Trimmings

ture. New York: Racket. your new STANDARD= Policy, for The splendid shoemaking, originallt .

Neatly .furnished roam fdr rent. \ >. of ft)le and quality of materials

Apply '201 N. Oak avenue. $. . . . . . of Insurance, on'Jtho:: all go to place the I'rincetsa IIhlt, for IIDsT F A OT

Ked Cross Shoe for ladies. It bends ladles III the high-grade; rank\ .1. l' n

with the foot. L. C. Smith. life !of a parson . . years of ages, Smith Lots and lots of pretty things in

Big value In lace and embroidery. \,'. U Fagan & Co'a. grocery and
Name! . . . , . . .'* ., . and merchandise. ,'
Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store. meat mat ket hate a full line of stapleand nobby up-to-date r,

\\'anted-Cook. gpod, steady employ. fancy groceries and fresh incuts

ment. Apply at once: Continental Address . . . . . . . ." . . . . . Corner l Ka Main and Union streets

t Cafe. Phone 41 SPEOI A LS

Call at Phlfe/ Broa'. and 'get a Home The Woman' Christian Temperance t

Savings Dank: and open a savings ac I For the market.best cuts of beet call atPagan's nlon will hold Its regular 5000 yards New Ginghams and ,

count. monthly business meeting at the read

Our chocolate candy can't be beat : For Rent-Cottage, five rooms. Apply ', Ing room Monday afternoon at half Percales at 1 Oc, 1 12 1-2c & 15c 1 yard.

SOT N. Garden street. past three o'clock. A full attendance
for the price.. Gainesville 5 and 10- ,
Cent Store. See our 10-cent line of candy, Is desired. .5.c

Gainesville R' and 10-Cent Store. Mr. and Mrs.V.. K. Halle of Jacksonvllle ;
.... Miss Bessie Prewitt of Waldo la lathe
Wanted-Two or three rooms suit. were In the city for a few
city, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. \
Prewltt. ,able for light housekeeping. Address hours yesterday They were ">ii rout 1
31. 4 Mrs. R. Wilson
Box: 191, City. home from Kanapahit. where they iff
Fumiaired
For Rent- rooms for
light housekeeping.. Apply 304 W. Wanted-The public,to know that spent u pleasant two days, at the old f,

-% we have bargains in departments.. Halle homestead. (
Church street. ',.
M. J. Beckham oC Wtndsor spent New York: Racket. W e will have a shliuitent of fresh ::: :::::::: I'tl
.
which will
The line Cedar ,
best of 5-cent lace and 10- Key oysters Monday
yesterday in | on combined . .. .
-- -' -- -
cent embroidery ever offered at be the first of the lIeaMon. Come In
business and.GaIS'
Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent( Store. see ua. Oystem.. ttteaka and chops of An Elegant' Display.At .caiflliiiraL"
We have tine of school /
FrUrnds of Dr. Clyde L. Carter are all kinds and In all styles Unther McCorinlck'it: .. millinery<< |N>ifIIIK
shoes for children at f 1.E0 In. the
to ,him after ford & Spence. Quirk I.imch, South the color sclMine Includes ,,11th..
world. Hyde & Tench.' \ t" glad see out again, an
iitness 'of two weeks 'with fever. Side Square.H. IMipular colors 'In millinery of this M.*M> RESTAURANT
The'Barry shoe, a shoe Tor l en thatIs Mun'Iuduw No I was I\rr..1 In I
,
Nicely furnished room on {lock adjoining . J. Dempitey desires to anuouno
right. Made in all t.W' tateat\shapes purple, the leading color. while' In
Smlthl square to rent. Apply in to the public that he bAil rental u tirwta. 1'I..r-1iest to 1'.al.faee.
and styles. L. C. '* window No. :2 was displayed the differ. t
A big shipment 'of"1&dlea" hats will front .of Baptist church,. or at Sun large building, brick and |rfectly cot shades of green with the other C.nt.iilrMtlr l..ratr4 Tel PrlraU ..vx.

office. free from fire, and Is now preparedto Two ..,.,. t i..trh'. cur.Is.srina .
be here In a day or two-look for colors displayed' on the Inside of theemporium
Don't that store household good, etc., at t."mrw..
forget
you can save
The In all
them. New York Racket.Don't marrow Inirr.
money by reasonable rates. Mr. Demp..e> maybe
buying furniture mattingsand ,
shaMM and richest1 colors. Is the U<,*dIliK
take our word for It out Just | ; .
window u had eg at New York seen at his store 2(ut West Ifnloii 'RaT.CLASS MCHKr.M
1 try Illue Ribbon Vanilla 'once'and street.In feature of the seunon. while the

see what you have been missing.For Racket. Morning i/lor>'; In all th> richest
Postmaster J. W. Sherhouse. a we.ll-' most cases consumption results shades, U the popular, flower. A mini- OYSTERSI F v't1

Rent-Mod.rn Broom residence, ..sown and prominent citizen of hope, from a neglected or Improperly treatSed her of shirtwaist hats, which ure ewe t1 ;

on East Main 3t., opposite the Catholic was transacting business In this city cold. Foley'a Honey' and Tar cure 1M'<<'la\ly\ (Mipnlar.' will' remain on dU I Very Best ae'ecled l Oy.t.r. Just
church. Apply to J. H.. Hodges. the most obstinate cough and pr.... .. +
yesterday. play all this week The Hial"llnhtuent -
Kight-roora house to 1200 E. venta serious aults.. It costs you lr -8.rv d Any Stylt'
rent. For Sale--Complete', set" of Red 'In truly n thing' uf beauty, and! I
Alachua two blocks from that the unknown prepnra .
no more
avenue
Path Histories of the WorM. Nine has hen rrfiwdetl i until late at nlicht I MEALS 34c.
High School. Apply on premises.A. tions and you should Insist upon have the III of the who were
volumes. Address' W. I* heck \7IK by town
i.
Ing the genuine In the yellow' >*rk. I i.t
G. iamb a well-known trucker Park Place. i simply, i"UUlf'cl l nt the elegant l t".ce' for Ladles. OentJe"e" and '

of the Mieanopy( section wart a busl lnesn Our boys' solid leather calf shoe for age. J. W McCollum A Co. All are welcome. and will h't .1I"1.lnt'l Child,.". r ad

visitor to the county capital yest $2 Is tho thing that will hold down Mllllntrx Opening' -This l I. to Inform |ly r'M....-U."1. The. hats are the pr*'t Quick Lunch e Specialty..

rt1ay. hat boy. Every pair guaranteed* the I Indies and. public generally tl*.st ever sued 'In the c.lt)

P.. U., Ramsey <*Wacahoota.. for Iyde: & Tench. that I will' )have my annual fall openIng ,

several ..metent of inlllliiery.on' WnlneiulMy and Notice.
]
th county
years STOVE .WOOD !
Israel 1 J. Fennel! of Memoir, one of
commissioner from his .district, was the most widely known citizens of Thursday O..tuh'r1" l III, when all OwhiK' to HIM advance In the prlc ttj

trading In the city yesterday. the the lutes' nt) l ln will I Inho*' n In of f.-.-.1| we arc ('.iiiiell| "d tu silt nri, *' .
that section. was In city on a -
O. II. ltalley_has been confined to ladles' ha<|wnr. Oi>en etenliiK": The t',, price of rnllk from thin' 'list.! i"iI2S Y
visit l t ) relative yesterday.Time
his home In North Gainesville withf and public U I tonlUlly Invltnl. %Ir... H. I trot" l I-I' ij'iurl. W., can: .supply. yon in any,
for school to ,
f,'\ for the past few daya. Friend open you \V. Ix<;rii.'lIOH K. l.ll.erty street. PINK OIUI'I"Ie: I \ I quantity. t from onehtran
for
want the best ho* you can buy r
.
'
North sld HIAMKUI;' ':
} MipiareI CAitTKit:
lr.l|>e to see him out again noon. .
up
I and
the
the children. Try >MIOX you
7..af' "rlttltm..rly of )1 llnoiy. Pus. A '1.. lillAIIAMN j
k
A. Wenske la prepared, to do all will be BatUfied.. I*. C Smith. .
| wh'r.> forrs hft was rnKSK" dIn Q
Kinds of contracting! : and t carpenter irs. fJf"OrK"mlth.. teacher ..f l .. .ll.... her prlrr applIt" .,. u. k II.lt'Sf..
the pr.irtIc/ of isle' |rofeMxlou\ hut <> hn'" Is so pl"A *"t. regnr ;
Murk, uphoUteriuic etc. Satisfaction Plano forte and theory Is ready to re'cr'lre
now rt-nlriiiiK' In H guaranteed and bond given when required. hr residence. CAB N.
at
pupils
,... | will the entire family l I. Iu iMrf rthrMlth.
the city nf r lH) >.irndr! regret hen *
1102 Alachua avenue Trm* nppll TIE COMPANY?
I'nUrrnltr street upon : GAINESVILLE
I v-r ruuli lo l l.-wru that I'r . A bottllit Onus f. iAtlvw/

U. .:. Craig of Lancaster. S. C.. laIn cationWante. I'rlo* \\. l 1It.c hula eyesight. sod! Is Fruit Hyrup. conta So rents. 1t.1II ,, I'hos. ,-. I. ,.:t

the crtand' will make his headquarters ..1..lIrn -n. At I[ now fr)tsil>' t.lUnl. Till nil.fortun" cure every' intii'r of the family of '. -..",I

here for .everal days Mr. tractlre line' to retailers llollda, (.erne.. v. hard IIJMn him (>Mt I"it ,uintl|>atloti. sick headache or stornrtch Alachaa Abstnct to.Vr

Craig u representing the Southern seaou on. Worth $3Oi:: monthly fI' I I.....r. .:itl -llll h Irnubl J, W 5ftColluui & Co.'lifEr County ..f

Pant Company of Charlotte. :-:. C huMlers. Hex 170 Dept. 23, KJUIAA* wra.4 .f r
City, Missouri I' M f...*.. I"( ,... J V. )I........., *.*.;i iIV.
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1M. (&me 4 "- T 1'r.M. !
I :: I MoR-r l arbr Coli""". Atlanta. (*a.. **
iAfM-.tVIM: I-1.4- *
tc chea. the trade by' free clinic and I I E ARNOLD .I HOUSE I -.-.--. ...

florado CafeABWT careful JnTtrurtloiia In fewweeks; positions w. da an .iclu.l*. Abstract Mata '''

: waiting tor everybody' who. will .... with facilities for lmp rtlnsj' r* fl|
. 1 l..a"l."rlt" for particulars.' SOl| KA-.T: 1 ,,% !.MTUI.KT; : >. Iu formation c..mc ruln' tb. TUto'tlMrjaaf .
and all laixl In AlacbiMmm eUS1tfAll ;,
OYSTERS f Mrs JuJu .cadl..r has riurr.-.* ROOMS AND BOARD. TABLE BOARD A SPECIALTY' bu."..... tnnaatt.J rOmptJr'; ':...
from Sort). cw.vr&.... where she ac
i 1 t",. a matter ..f nfZLleon'-- N.nIJ"ol.-d her daughter MUs IM I -- ,

tifttlenco,, in tin .ItiJlf, .
b fxTwtn ;* i The Utter who Is a One .l" rutlofil-
them. If know hams
they are
/iie4 l |>mt' rlyt you>pn'psMI an 111 cir saitufi-d. Georgia. (. *rrUIAXV Iu-.I i: 1 !lallats' Ilep.rtaw.al
-nlj. then you are of North I FIRST NATIONAL 0 L BANKJA3 N K t
.
Oysters f...|nir.. r.n-fnl attention MU Sarah >JnUr of Wllllsl/m wastn I ...*.(. .>.. ........ .. rOCK HtJ: CENT- IH.c .
w hen from llx ulla.'t, and
rI"51aII away be repar.i by *rw wlw> the city yenter'tsy Hhwas en' I -........-. i'I ...... 'r1nzsr.il..f: .. 5*.... +

ktluwa a& a'- If they art tit I route to Santa Fe. I..re she will I open ..J..I.. ..d ... ti.... t1. M C'.RAHAaD. W tNt:f, V...'''-. 0.---. 'I, 'ri'r.C.r. s

10 lilt o.ta .ri? ,Iwtbool. tomorrow Ml.. HoU 1* swiss ., .. w+ 4Sl.4 M. E TAYLOK. C.J.ev, Ul: : CKAIIAM., A.., c--, Jra.-

i'', tam....... I I.-e- J,"",.. .I regarded aa on* ot the teat c... b40rII WUtvOt.J B...., INTEREST ,..l 1M '

RtVWa.soil narwipdyull aoot. |IAV the MeYer lees hal O7 tern. M In this 1N"d1oo. and. baa mad herself -. e......". 11.United States State County and Clt, Depwitorj '- J.,. J-, -.I lJor.
I where N..i ,
quite i*>p lar In levy ennntr. ... wry Aa..nnne Mf fc. s.tart ...

3:1.. r I..e tIOW... M tlre1alet she ka always here employed lab het er.l'.1' -t seas .... wall CKSK OOLLAH M

0...: ..f.>) .rs 7. prot....... tII. ing afar fret' yrarHrF ...... THE OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY -.. ';
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