Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00893
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 8, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00893
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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RAGEDYJNTHEATER Barcaly A Machine NEW INVENTION.Will Revolutionize 63 GIRLS ARE KILLED ,I Promise HE to KEPT Chlcapo HIS Judge PLEDGE.' Cost John I SON KILLSHIS FATHERAlleged

the Telegraph Business. Gartz His Life. .

Atlanta, Oct. 7.-The Wester Chicago, }ct. 7. 'John Cert. habitual -

"Feople In Chicago Playhouse Almost Union Telegraph; company has Installed Terrfble Explosion In a Factory drunkard but under parole to That the Latter Wai'
In its operating room two ma Judge Cleland on a promise never to

\:' la Panic cdnerf, by mean of which ,a'man' In Osaka, 'Japan.SIXTY touch liquor again failed to answer Beating His Mather.;

34' ;' may sit 'down In Atlanta, finger a :> the roll call In Judge Cleland Court

: UNUS'U'Al"oCCURRENCE.fi. typewriter for a few minutes and have Friday night. Instead Parole Officer -.

HOST his message reproduced on the paper OTHERS WERE INJURED Joseph Smljkat. handed to the TRAGEYD NEAR DUBLIN. GA.

'aA1Ylfhen placed In the typewriter! In the' New Judge a typewrltteqeport of Certz's

,'" o' York office battle to keep: his pledge-a promisethat I
Band "Don't You Re'member Girl Wens at Work Sorting Con 'Boy of Twelve Years Intervened
Played The machine Is known as the Barclay cost him his life to keep. t>
,; Sweet Alice, Ben Bolt," the Typewriting telegraph system, demned Cartridge and Shells When Gertz's record In the court snowed Save His Mother It Is Said-it 13

J* Strains/ of the Old Song Calmed the and the Inventor In John Barclay the Explosion Occurred With Fright.ful three arrests from drunkenness when Also Claimed Sympathy of the Con
j assistant general manager of the SVeat' od April :JO he gave the judge hi*

), ,T, Vast Audience., ern Union/ Telegraph company. Results. wOr'd. for the '* st time never to muniyt Is With Mother and Son

( There are a couple of typewriters touch another drop. He went home
grayhalredui.ker Toklo. Oct. 7.A terrlbe explosion Dublin. Ga. Oct. 7.-The twe
Oct. 7.-A
t,;. :,ChICagO !In It. In August he became
used-one In Bending, and one receiving the Takat- tA) keep
this at
of banjos died In ttta Olymptueater occurred morning year-old son Weaver Barnett 10.1.
sender long "ar ill conscious of but two thing*-tnat
lu the a ,
suke\! factory. Osaka while a number and killed his father at his !home: nee
Friday night -while the music and that_he hat
now tape la placed Instead of a typewriter he wanted whiskey
work the
of girl. were at sorting Caldwell, this county, Friday al
'.rot "Don't.ou Itemember Street Alice'f.Jsen ribbon and on this tape the shells: and cartridges which had bean! prymUeit not to touch, It. noon.

Bolt?" strummed upon the swage operator writes his rnell aJe.Vhen condemned F'inaiy! lila agony became so Intense His lather la said' to he t>.

,:,"wo Instruments of his own rr.anufac- he has finished his work he takes up HUtj-.three girls were killed andover that hU cite brought In some whisky beating Ms wife and 0ung Harnett a

,i tt.ure,, calmed the- large audience which his tape and run It through a trans sixty were Injured lie raUetl Llu.m lu bed. but just tempted to defend her. In addition
beea turne I out hIs hand ha put the glass to his lips he re-
by own mltter. &i
As tills dispatch was sentt..' the face shooting his father the boy luttlu
,' J. B. Schall CC y ears old, occupied When tho, tape starts on Its way tory wan on fire and a number of membeieil' his promise and dashed the red several serious knife wounds:.

.knit front eat' !In toe lower balcony. He through the transmitter the typewriter boats containing explosives "Mere also glass across the room. Then he I' There are several rumors to the ..
lead visited the theater epe<.tally to begins to work in New York or 1 : lapeel; Into a semi-delirium and MrsGertr .
loa fire. ___ feet that young Barnett and hi.;
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:' musical Is offered whhikbut.. againhe
the paying of two spe- whatever other place the message more Blather
pursued Weaver Barnett after
:..clalJlltlll which 1..,trI banjos which sad going to, and toe copy on the tape IOn TOO HARD FOR THEM. I threw the glass across the room. '
the latter was cut and shot, after
'bee turned nut b)')'hls own nandn. the same machine one message The last u"t of his life, according
he had pleaded with them! to alt
', Suddenly Schalt arose to his feet can be sent and another received Police Commissioner Blngham's Rig. to the report; was to cast a gla'\ of lIfo

"wttb a choking cry. swayed" for a mo. be sent and another received orous Police Discipline. liquor from him just as he was seized ..
Sentiment Is with tn
however : t
"""Dt. as If he would topplo over thu It Is said the machine will be ableto New York Oct. 'l.-Tb. New bj the final stroke of heart disease. mother.0
and his
boy arrests have
"balcon> tall Into the'crowded parquet do the work of possibly ten men. York policemen are on sick leave because been made.
;? and'th..n ,crumpled down on the of Police Commissioner Hinge FRESH BEAR TRACKS SEEN.

!_.oor. ? NO RECEIVER SAYS FINLEY. ham rigorous discipline ills order -- BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL.
t; Instantly Intense excitement pre- that patrolmen be sentenced to extra Big Game Awaits President's Gun In

,V,rvallyd. Schair ('nll"pllp..all. wit- President of Southern Denies Road hours of duty for fallur?: to walk their Louisiana Swamps.: Largest Single Transaction In the History
teased by tnrte-fourtha of the people Is Embarrassed.. Financially beat II shall go through a special Lake Providence, I.a, Oct. ..- of Chicago.

:a. tbe house. New York, Oct. 7.-President W. course at the school of Instruction Game in abundance with fresh bear Chicago. Oct. 7.-Tne largest real!

ft} 'Beveral l women near him screamed.tUTshers W. Flnley, of the Southern railway Instead. of undergoing extra work, had tracks all about the camp Is the estate deft I of the year and one ot

and attendant. hurried to him company said Friday that a rumor a rather startling effect. prospect awaiting President Roosevelt the biggest single transaction In th<*

'.;.aInI carried him to the foyers, where circulated In the financial district of The luckless three collapsed, one When he plti:iges Into the Louisiana I history of Chicago was closed Friday

"T'' hUtf him on the carpeted tL>or receivers for that company for financial after another there on the floor of canebraKes, for his long rest and ,bunt I.the sale bj Oliver & Co for

taM attempted to restore cunsclou-- I. political, or any other reasons the old Blxtleta regiment armory Ing trip. Bryant II. Barber to Levy Mayer of

,.taess.ie is preposterous.I'rexident while they and four other delinquentswere Two local hunters who were charge the Stratford hotel property at the

;1: two playwr. upon the stag hAd Flndley added: being put through a series of 'ed with the duty of supplying fresh southwest corner" of Michigan ant

'welched. a pause In their musical spee "Anybody familiar with the South. exercises Which are described as lear. meat to be In readiness" for the presl. Jackson boulevards..

1; laUy.. Looking acru.H the footlights ern railway's financial condition mutt Inc the army setting up drill completely dent's arrival at tile camp, shot two,I The consideration Is understood t?.
the collapse and real- of a In the shade Not much Informa- bucks not far from where the
,t; they saw man know that there l In no reason big be ft.600.000. Th. property Is considered
ittiaed tine danger of a panic la the financial nature for any such move. lon; can be gleaned as to what the president's. tent is pitched. one of the finest corners lathe

cpseked;; hoiis. 'At once they plunged As for the suggestion that tile prop- exercises were, but It Is said they Rains have fallen within the past city. ,_

;;a.(o a wild melody,.x f music to quiet erty might be put In the hands of receiver included toe lock step and a, protracted 'tow days, very much Improving the ,A"hew eighteen story hotel and theater

:'*be alarm of the audience. Their ef- ** by the federal courts as a double quick. banting, especially- for bear. The will he built oa the ground If the

'1r1111ttt: : were adccea.ful"bUe the mu- means of thwarting political attacks, Ktiides who will conduct the oresldentlave I S3-foot property Immediately south of'the

.1.. played merry airs the audience that has been heard before It has TOWER WA.NTa'TO RETIRE. reported i that fresh ber'tracka I hotel can be purchased. The deal

,: ,,.,...4 In attentive silence, unaware never been seriously thought, of by have[ appeared near the camp sinceIt Is Bald to hare been made in the interests -

,: .'man way dying behind the last tier the management, which has electedIn Ambassador Has Decided To Leave stopped raining. of Klaw A Erlanger who de.ira ,
4LOf" balcony seats. fact to a policy of concili
pursue the Diplomatic Service. new theater In which to produce
Once Bchall cam to his senses" be From Canto Art.
atlon. Berlin Oct. Ambassador Tower Soldering High
vaudeville. .
*,,'<4speDed his eyes and said: has written to President' Roo"e' New* York Oct. 7.-Antonio Bar
f i"I: think I can go home now" Fire at Sandersvllle. Ga. rail asking that he be permitted to re. one. an Italian 19 years old. now a BRINGS SUIT AGAINST HOTEL -i

Ki Just then the banjo on the stage Sanderavllta. Ga, Oct. 7.-; Friday Ire from the diplomatic service next student at the Art Students' l league.. :
|,*V struck up "Don't you Remember Sweet morning at 9 o'clock fire was discovered spring? I. turning out work In portraiture' New York Equal Suffrage League Puts

,:Alice. Ben IloTt?" As the last bars 1n the Hotel Jullda. Tae, alarm Mr. Tower's reasons are understood which Is gaining him the commenJa.Ion itself on' Record.

vOt the famous old tune ceased and the way! given and the volunteer fire department to be, that hating been abroad for of Ktich masters as Kenyon Cox New York Oct. 7.-The!: :.Vsw York

",,*udlence, burst Into a tumult of ap- responded. The fire was nearlr II years, be desires again tc and \\'m. II. Chase Only a year ago Equal Suffrage League, at Its regular
: ylau<'. the old musician died. In the third tnr>' and mude such head live In his own country. In order to Jarone. was soldering tin cans In a meeting here! Friday night, put itself

J'": Schill had lived alone over his ban. ,,'a- as to till the entire! ntor>- with lave a home there for his sons who factory at Leroy. ::. Y_.' and his on record opposing the rules In holels
t.. He left two sons In smoke HO. dense that I. M. Mitchell, I and restaurants to refuse to receive
Jo shop grown are now nearly ready to go to Har chances of being a painter were remote
r,44.I4ew, York chief of the department, -was over- ard and to Rive his personal attentionto Miss Ida C. Leroy beard thatan women" quests after G clork

('om.In hU effort to r"lJchthe vital hH extensive financial, mining and Italian hand In the factory was The case of Mrs. Stanton Klatch a
J. railroad Interests that have been left making: such goo<* pictures of ala fellow daughter of the late
1 Washington Oct 7. -The bureau of It would h<* Imposflble' to save the to the supervision of others workmen that they were the talk Cadv Stanton was the occasion fo

,,Insular affairs has received a cabl- building, but the fin was finally extlnxul -, of the place. She: sent for him and the action.

..ram from (luvi.nor Maxoon at llaTana ht'
: rfportlnt. the following lines amouut to |2i,000) to J25.000. Appointed Receiver. league school I dorsed the action of ..Mrs lilatcii la
Philadelphia. Pa. Oct. 7,--CJiarle* ..
Involved lu the
,i railroad strike; ----------- bringing suit against the Hoffman
'::4I'raln! and shopmen on United Itall- Narrow Escape of Passengers. II Thompson has been appointed re.elver Negro Killed Resisting Arrest House In consequence of her being'

*, ways rxt >mllnc from llAvana Joca.nll Aftht.ibuU Ohio Oct 7.-Fifteen (' of the Rurubarger: Lumber company Hartwell. <:ia. Oct. 7-Kay Janes, denied admission to the restaurant ot
t .. luclu'Iliijt several I women" a Virginia corporation with: shot and kIlled .
h .. Santa Clara prtivlnco; and passengers \Jt'tiolprate negro, was the hotel because she was not accoii.
,{.;' urtiopmnc on the Western rallwM, "x- and a motormau and (conductor had.. mces In this city, upon the petitionof b>. Bailiff George ShlOet. one of tbi' panted b> a gentleman It being after

|J*::3Ptoar I)cl 1 Itlo province; bhopmeii only death from the htatuila and IV misvlvanta -:/I concern Is temporarily Insolvent The t been, went by Suerlff Kldd to arrest niatrh against: the Hoffman House wl.

1 lQB Havana Central. There Is nov electric r..l1ru..1'Iatlu't to total liabilities of the concern are ,I Jones, against whom" two Indictment be trlt't on \Nednesday" next.
| trlke on the Van Horn *),,tem. or the Ashtabula river, 100 feet below L Raid to amount to >$280.000< for unpaid t had been returned by the grand JurjJoties ,

15*x the Cuba ).:--\.-rn or tu. Cuban C nrallroads. The passengers! were, In a yank and accounts and borrowed money. The re-slatej arrest and was trying!
val fcvverat were Injured b>' flying glass : company 'has assets nRreMn; *afl.. to shoot! the otQcer when he was killed Two Women Die 'In Cells.
The .ar was savel by a troUe pole nrto, The Insolvency Is said to be due' I bf the bailiff Boston. Mass., Oct. 7.-Two women -
died In hp.r..tlUE" under ar-
+ To Entertain Fairbanks.am. from making. the pluu_*>. The bodyof to the etchanR of the concern's own cells
;;.t- Trtnlni;' ; .MA L . l\.t.1-\'IC't" the coacti: left the tracks and one notes tor worthier p.IJWr.. j Acquitted of Mabus Murder. real for Intoxication One. Margaret<

'3>r vt.lviit Fuirhnn haa written to end hung ti pendeil over the river. I I Co utubU rI, V. Ocl 7.-TneTallow j Fanning, was brought to the sous.
r U 'ncrnl Chairman Hountrc. o-f the Ii I br.I'b."r.' and I Itc: Taylor Detention from the Bant Uedham eta!
fort i Max Order United States Coal tlon She> was found dead In her c
x>njmlttf> malting I1rrth6/0tl1nta
rhaged wl'h harit I n> VnM! T 'I
r New Cotton Mill Incorporated. Ont Oct -The
*he me.ttlr.R of tie International 1 i Ottawa 7 deputy:i I .. before da>'break$ by! the assistant i ni*'
Muntaoutrry: .\.. IXt 7-Th.' SlatotiKt yi minister of labor: has told the man( \ alshutt.a' Ht> ,"nr< In June .
"'v ) ">acii<< .:f Press,, cluUs. savins that ? iron. Mrs Smith; Tie. o.,ler \t sMarKaret .
C..MOO mllU with capital ot axenneut of the Spring II III.: N, S. acre .w.-qua.IN MI U[ 'n Friday
l '"Jtwl.I., ,nitruvnr to be In Hlrmtnjc- INotmore. was found dca !
i $v3.t".U>. have been: lucori>oratrl: by mines where there! I.trlk... 'I It..t. "u. ..' ,.I|:: T--,!, ;and owing to ,
' -"', bam .,n Oct 24. durlnR the pr''*'* club a cell In the Dudley street lC '>t
:- i the proaa-n: judge 4>f Tilladeta unless they can supply eo1! for th (' dlRUult) with th- Fallows
A. I> woo; ean.d.Il.AJ4 that
: h1P..IUII. :Mr Fairbanks .peak. In I Itf r Murph. was
count an.rrpurt.,1 to the secretaryof International railway the Dominion they were charged with the crime
: lfailaa on ().t ::. nail then has Mime 1 I death, was probably due u aC'\tl-! |
statt It i Is Kten out th bll.l. government will be compelled 1 talsl& .
' :jKrnMiol daiea. It I 1. l'I.Innt"t to bare Japanese Professor In Montgomery.:: Urn, Neither woman was known t7
., "hint heir i tin ',h' :Uh 'and l speak at nl'IOA of the plant will lie to ntanufnc week tr pine, for Its own protection j: M >atK iD1"n.1... (*...t" ::-J_ Ogaas. b* In a serious, condition. !
lure and +ell\ rot ton yarn, cloths.g an order for t.o O"> ton.U % UnitedBtate ji - --
;. M.>|" an i fabrlcn and to carry on a firm as thl. Is \**.l"'*i for f .. Bailiff Killed by Negro.
feature of the cluS nte.*tln universty l of Kwn: .,.s b rn In Moot
t na"'lIntll..lnt.. .... J. \\ Brownand the lntr-e.'K,nltljfoverament owned Duluth! ., Ga Oct 7.-Wai** ate
jromery: for a : : tu> ", oor>r-
others make up the Incurno tempting to arrest Matthewllnwel.
,I': many railway t
Government Demands Princess.Dresden ring with the l'.1: Stat_ enttinetrswith
ratorr. a nCt"'i J. J D, Kne a bailiff 'yf
: Oct 7 The t K_.on govwrnatent Dr. McCampbell' Was Elected. regard: to harbor and h> iraullc
J ant
this city< was shot la! the bear
,\ has Instttutetl proe**<1tiiis' before Socialists Were Expelled. Charlotte. X. C, Oct T work. lie hu; b*cn in ti* ntteU diM 1""UftUym.. ".rapKaney *I

.;' the I'a'tan e.nrt demanding that Part*. Oet 7--F.wir rl\nl.b social. talc of the board of d1rt"<' -\tam..t-t States steer July ha.1 warrant negro far a enlsd *

,ti Hlrnors. To.elM. the e-crown. prlniese Ists whouiu. ti> 'NIT r.tv! fv)r the Canton N. V.*. T>r John Antique Cepe Stolen from CP"breh. mearor. and a was about 'o take I ilw
+ < uf SAaony an l her husband nf addressing the) proposed s.v.rlallut elected of the state .
", purpose was Sqr-.rtnl."deo. LtfMdon Oct S .\ parts dispatch ell!I hito custody. hen the negro drew
Slcaer 1 ,elli he ordered to dpth..rtaP tna. meeting of protest, Mvalnstt : the! to succeed Dr ..
', x \: hospital for Insane reports that an ,.c'.yue: historic roptta fit. donbe: ,...-.1..:' 'tnt.1J1t Ott 't .
tbe little prtucees: .'ru,l* ltnntcayotwt French and Sjpnt.h .r"er"ea'Uvi' In P. t_ Murphy the nu>ti sllenUt who, been stolen *r,ru the c!tur h at :fleer, e-uip.w'nc th* eoniewt tfa bA

_P1a. :.'at .igtsver, = .. ef the orals Mor.vi. 1. we.,> served wuttu'*ton 4t#* ten day au Dr McCacapWtl ll.antAc: lia&&t..u\ -. It U vslueJ bar,";. 'o his v ear( Ilan.v f.
s'rowa princes", f ) t re, rulalltes or orders>> Immy.llate'r ,," tt; ,* a-rl. alsvuj wa Ant assistant pay: .lcisa ofl U u.'I.-i1 i Sti drat It Is believed that r'Se Rrosnd: and "'*.1 ,'T.'I.> -

Op kina of ,3i.any; .left oa tae a<._* I-.a. tJte tneUtitloQ Ui. tMet u** IHACC It to Liadoe -5-atlAJIDO.k Aace a'aqut aua4osaa .





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Interesting Happening at

HAVE! COMMAND That Institution: of Learning.T1' / t t One of the Important Duties of Physicians and

'*- ''r-*Il"-\! ,' of the l/nlvoralty will!
jfi"! r .l :-.c-.itl; ) tonight froru :S to 10 i the Well-Informed of the World'

be Principal of the Gainesville: oMurlc In tr* chapel and mrss-hal1,,

to whi+'11 all the students 1i1Jt'd\I1) is to learn as to the relative standing> and reliability of the .1 leading manufactur
Graded and High School.SCHOOL I
j the new ones, and the members: of the I. ers of medicinal agents as the most eminent' physicians are the most careful as to

r I i i:,.|i*>rlment Station staff have been the'uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well

WILL OPEN MONDAY Invited. The Kue;ti will be received known to physicians and the \ 'ell-Informed );enerall)' that the California Fij; Syrup

'.:. I by. President Hledd: and the wives of Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of

.}.:. Prof. Cawthon, Who Has Been With I such professors as are marrIed Several i its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles whichis

University of Florida Since It Wai of the best-knowp musicians of accorded to successful and reliable }houses..only, and, therefore, that the name of the
t the cltJ:: have consented<< to help enter Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.
,Created by Buckman Law, Accepti.Prlnclpalshlp
lain the young men and other guests.
-The Faculty. TRUTH AND QUALITYappeal
d The occasion will undoubtedly prove

Patrons of the Oalne.vUleGraded very delightful. All arrangementshave to the \Vell-InEormed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc

$ mi High School should extend their been made by. the "Public Func cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the atteption of all who would

::;unanimous thanks to County Superln lions Committee. enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
\ The citizens of Gainesville have living with all the ,term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
A, :"tendent; of Schools Dr. J. Iw Kelley for shown great Interest in the University of recreation, tip enjoyment, of contemplation'and of effort may be made to contributeto

.+(Ills successful effort In securing aa ever since Its removal to this that end and the ,use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but

',"principal; of this school oneof the. city. Especially have the churches as in many instances a simple wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the

i'\most: thoroughly competent educators given a warm welcome to the studentsand proper time the ,California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
s truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
,An the State, in the person of Prof. faculty. In order to make the
:'r'kW"- new students feel more at home by a the appoval of physicians and t'ae world-wide acceptance of the \Vell'Informed becauseof
: B. Cawthon. personal acquaintance with Its members the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufacture

The" history of the delay In the the riarraca Class of the Methodist which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. ,

'' 'opening/ of this school caused by the church gave a reception at the This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of-

i' sudden resignation of Prof. Mclleath White House In honor of the faculty Syrup of Figs-and has attained to a'o ld-a ide acceptance as the most excellent of

lias been told before, hence needs not and students on October I, 'and the family laxatives, and as its pure laxative I principles, obtained from Senna, are well
repeating, Suffice it to Gay this action > young people of the Baptist church known to physicians and the \Vch-Informed of the world to be the best of natural
''' of l'rot. Mclleath caused Dr. Kelley I- nave Issued Invitations to the University laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of

;i to get busy, as good teachers or to a reception to be held next Senna-as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be

+y the majority of them had been as- Friday night at the home of Rev. S. called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs: -and to get its beneficial effects always:

wlgn d. and it was a perplexing question 13. Rogers. The first occasion was ex* note, when purchasing, the full name'of' the Company' California Fig Syrup Co.-

e with the board of trustees and tremely pleasant. The second will, -no plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for-Syrup of
'" the, county superintendent-this question doubt prove equally BO. Figs-or by the full name-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and
} of a successor for Prof. Mcneath.'I" .I Elixir of Senna-is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig SyrupCo.

fiat it seems that fortune favored The Athenaeum Club, a society and the same heretofore known by the name-Sj'rup of Figs-which has given
,," ,Dr. Kolley's efforts, for Prof. Cawthon composed of the faculty of the. University satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale* by all leading druggists ,throughout

.lias closed a contract to open the and of the members of the the United States in original packages of one. size only, the regular price of whichis

...., school on Monday morning. October Experiment Station staff, held Its fifty cents per bottle. '. .

; "14, only two weeks later than the first meeting for the school year last Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of -the Company: filed with the

"' 'time scheduled for the beginning of Friday night at the home of President Secretary of Agriculture, at \Vash nJ.ton. I). C., that the remedy is not adulterated or

the term. Sledd. Only one member- was absent. misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act June 3oth, 1906.
t Prof. Cawthon, as has been stated Tne paper of the evening, entitled

r Is a teacher capable, and by no means "The History of Plant Pathology" was CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
.J al. stranger to 'Iorldlans. He holds a read by Professor Fawcttt of the Kx-

't. State certificate. He was graduated perlment Station, and was discussed
San Francisco Cal.
'"' Ott the State Normal ,,In 1890. degree by many of the members. After this _
Louisville Ky. U S. A. New York, N. V.
;t.i ot 11. Summer School Cornell University discussion refreshments were served. London
1896. Southern University in The next meeting will be held at the .
*. '1893. student In Peabody Normal home of Dr. Farr who will read the

A CoIIega In 1R99 University of Chlon- jnper of the evening. The club meets

h#' moo, summer quarters. 1900.1905. A.M. : every other Friday night. The present

''k University of Ch ICI1 u. 190.:, nnd gr.tduate : officers who also comprise the -- --. .. .- -- -- -- ._.

". $. student lu University of Florida.190D7. 1Itt'cutive committee are Dr. Sledd HONOR TO PROF. POUND. t

j : : resident; 1>r. Flint Ice-president .
Prof. Cawthon hns been principal and Dr.. Crow, secretary and ,treasurer. Has Been Appointed School Commissioner
( I
of Madison graded rhool; IJvilncy Coach Korsythn has a large wtniadf of Ceorgla. .

;y :graded school one >eur; Chl..J.. -y. tvDrears \ men out on the football field every The peopleof Gainesville will learn )

S tP ; : Milton one year lit haN been afternoon, and Is getting the first' and with pleasure of the appointment of
'ts connected with the University of second teams Into good shape. He- Prof. Jere M. Pound as School Commissioner 'aw Nrsf

:TJorlda) since that Institution WRit crated .'"- I sides the old material, several 1 promising of the State of Georgia
M \ H S A Mil
H by the Huckman law, and nt thto : candidates have apper.rrd among vice Prof. Merrltt. recently resigned.

lime of his acceptance of this offer i..e new tarn Much enthusiasm. has Profs Pound l Is well known throughout -

-was librarian itt the Uitlvernlty. been nKMiilerd nnd i it Is believed .Florida and Is regarded as one

; Prof. Cnwthon Is a native of Ala* that a fact though light team wll ,of the most capable educators rill the Brain Workers and Champion AthletesRely

1>aina. but has been a resident In Florida be put all the field. South. He wan superintendent of

slnrw 18SK.f Notwithstanding his The Tuesday morning "talk" before the Kant Florida Seminar In this upon Coca-Cola. They know the genuine
i superior ability In his chosen .profesIon. will city for two years, holding that responsible when bottled serves as a tonic without undue
the MnijontM asM*'niblt> l In chapel
he Is a very young man helnic position with eminent sue Stimulation and delightfully relieves that physically -
be by Dr. Sledd. later
given today tired feelingand cobwebby-mental state so
only thirty-six: yearN of age.Prof ceHH. He was In charge of the Seminary
year almost all of these addressesw common in summer time. See that your dealer
("uwthon's slstit-iits art all when that Institution was AI-
Thisyour supplies you or keep it in your refrigerator.
glttMi lit lhNprraldrnt. .
<>omH>tent teachers, unit err its follows altolltihed by the enactment of the war.r.iix,iih..r that tlM Wttoil M.erae.why nut up and_
It .I* planned to havq Homu of uthoritr of u..Ceca-c.1a B. Ulm4 C*. U A* *!"*.ly h r.
; I thtMii Rlvfti by tho members of the Ituckman law lackaesrllli Ceoa.Cels BettlUf C...jacfce.*.iiie.. ri Ie o
Minuet* CuMHlo: ;Miller. Kllen Wallace.'Serena For the, past two years or !sinceleaving !
faculty nnd others t by I"rsons not
t. Hlutniion. Anna Da Costa. Mrs. Florida. rot. Pound has
connected with tho t'lilverslty.
'v "W.. 1'. ( Off>rv Misses Kdith Hritn.lt. i minutes, been nt the head of the Girl's Industrial .
"talks" are limited to twenty
. . . Sthool MilledgeUlle.: ; Ga..
---- -' - -
nnd In older to make room fur them G. S. MERCHANT & CO.
t where he has also mad a great suece .
,. In th dally wrh,'du.a of exwrlnvs.flutpel .
t t exercises: err begun earlier **. Retailors and Johbnr ID
.. - _.

edi \ 11\Te\ I coon on other davsll. Thousands- Have Kidney{ Staple f -and Fancy' Groceries

.+!> R Florence Halls and Mabel( 'Trouble and Never Suspect it.

: UNDERBUYLikewise i t3ancbrt: lr. al.>nrr ot KlUiivr l>.....<... ate in Garden! Send and FaMiJlzors.3OUTH : .
f Superintendent Kelley: ) declare that :M >.t people<< ilo nut re>ute the.alarmintrcaio -
w lit. does not !"*>Met' there lit n more ,ink, anti reuiarL..iUle. pre,ulrncy dll)K: SQUARE: OAINK3VIL.LE. F1.ut.rt'Hiahe.i ;
I (01 kdn, )'dtseatc.'htolwnrytltr.' :.
comix'tfiit corp of tvncher* nit an H<- \\ / I martat! prir* paid for Chi""I... Kgt and other. F'rt4ne".
; KrrK.tthuc:: In all Florida, niul he preillctH .. orders are ttteiriovt + . _-
,, a suor.'t *ful )rattor the school a ci mm >u A Goiailete ttooK ot Hay. Coru, Oat. Flour.. Hr n. !Meal Ootioc: r*>.') v.
tt1 disc .re that prevail and' By*, W handle only the VERY BEST good at the LO'FNT *-
,, 5 .l-A.. t'iv.y art !' PRrf1F.N. ...nd "arantP41 ..st .faetloo .'."..
UNDERSELLThe THE BOARD OF CONTROL. i.-: atnu,..t t' c l l."-i. --- .- . -- -- --..- - -. -
; ret,..:m i'-cl l>)
Held Meeting Saturday, but Only I' : 'IC. ptici.t 0111,1 l pi:>- .
siciuu.. wIw f *'
Three Member Were Present. .,. ------ t- ,.t I't,." .. " 1
little fellow( that buys ... ',, ..... h:' U, THE NATIONALBANK
'Ihi* leKtitir ttieettng of tho Hoard r\ .t', !! t" "" '" J t. 'J' GAINESVILLE
of( this and i.. r. .. .. utdcrmtacethcrartu.!
; one piece one of Control, vi\. h,'M nt the tlrnwn .s I
Wh.t To ryaT' ,
piece of( that, cannot begin to 11"'n. this city Saturday, l.iit :.'i-s !i.* ("0111h.rt in the t.nuwlr.la I'n'I
t tlu're" arty o ilv, thr_' InI4'lnbt'r"' I pr ..r- oft -nin t.l'n nor l I. th.tt. .1): Iiiwt s Calls :attention to its growth as follows:
with our prices. .. ... Vuluev i tcnic.1": '.
,,A, compete rnt. with, 8oerfi.tr "..1)UI11.) : \K. l. yreat I It i
: : ; : \irv n : .h "S.sMUll rhetotutti.n.L.
Thorn I pro*-tit wrra Hon. T. H .,n 1 v iticl: '\\'... "Vl'lnej! '*. lurr. M ,U.S.-r !, DEPOSITS. DEPOSITORS.July .
c Kin of ArcadU. Hon. 1*. K. Yonne "''I.i 0:..t-v |-art "f the tmiCirv: cu"+aK"twt I NUMBER OF

of IVnsnntla stud Hou J. ('. Ilabuten' It C,': *. 1.11.tit\' '" to boat % ...teI.I 2r. (Opening day). J41,357.75 July :2. . . . ..... ... .. . sz
WE BUY IN I GARS ,,. ... ".- It, <.r hrtll
t'ttl.lttK1! tl tit 1- <
ut Llrr Oak. ,.lth l'rof. J. O t{ 1)un') ert trt. follo\ti,ijj! ttav of I.I '"r. WHIt! or Aug. 22. (One month old) 73.145.B3 August :2. . . . ., .. .... 1 fa!

the secretary of the board. llou, N !L-**. au.1 orero ni*''' that m.;.....,,> tat "t-! : I Oct.. (Ten week, old) . 1t3.Ti6.S8 Oct er 1. . . . . .. . .... JG]
ALWAYS .'. llrrttn. Jacksonville. chairman and t'C..NitY uf Lt'.1 ru"IIA"U lJ yJN:,'U .
Hon F:. I.. \Vartiuann of Marloncounty. luni.r| the >lantt,l to pet irr> hiai v 1
ti.nratU.rint: tlie *t,,ut. The ntiMt: 1 1lUreitrawdutarvettrr 5i
wrru nhsontThere (..f w.mp-Wool
SAVE MONEY lor( our- j
was wo _|>vclal but+lnrNS l>*>- 't." It stuaw the h< (lM-t .
ll "
wx>u Tr ?
a selvrs and for the Ixwtnl h..uch... rt.*utrroutine fur us .o vi Tful cure of tae ru-.t <<
custom rs. Mae carried thrnuch. A nret *.hutll.1 ii x case b.a.e'. If yncl rl+est ttrwt. tirW. urea....tlru,anti tributah n.! .* much to tltc",tacilitit'?* otTervd, and the liln"raljv !.
r w
drat of buslnrae. In that line. however styli one ic. "I' rit, I Hcv th financial
ytstslq 6ftv.ettt prugre'e ) of it.- IUUlU'--'lnent. tu to j
rt a.t acted ui..>n. ; YHJ near: have % -mille ln'ttl* and *
' I hnr V tltl teti 'all i'tren tll of it.-* #t4>rkhtldt'r. .

GAINESVILLEFURNITURE For Over Sixty YearsMr al.BHtt it,liutlt_Qt f I.-.-.. -
by ittsiL Vdvlrl .
*. ""IDalo"800thtq Syrup nab' 34.Irorr & C* ., Bti?'
.J>*ra ue4' for cnlldra'. te+Uita*. It hagttatl.1.. N ben w.d. ..wrrrtanc > We Pay FMT P. .r Ci ht11 ..t : itr SiriNt erttt
SOftamS ,... i menlUm. tide ,palxr aa+t dw'tmale.ary .
OOtlUM til.*, C&U4. tfc t.> J. '
afcc Iras mas* abey.
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support The visit of Secretary

MODERN I Root to President Diaz Is a vital ,

means to that end and seems to be / MONTHLY MISERY

NEWS LETTER How They Have I accomplishing Its .purpose well

Standard | It i I.. announced from Ottawa that

Political Speculation as to Outcomeof Ithe, Japanese-Canadian controversy Is is one of ,,'oman's.orst afflictions. It always leaves
In the seventeenth to I.e
settled b the
> prompt payment !
Republican Convention.THE of excitement swept over ( of J ?.(H'O damages_ to Japan for the you ',weaker and ife sure to shorten your life and make

France when the medical Vancouver riot. and that VanctmverI :
discovered such I your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardui
b- called andit
SHIP SUBSIDY BILL AGAIN I on to foot the bill This ,
elements In the cod's liver J I will make the end of the Japanese incidtnt
will to relieve '
In the eighteenth Century from the standpoint of the Otjtaw.i your misery, regulate your func-

Admiral Coghlan Root as Cultivating a Trouble International -Maker.Secretiry . oil by was physicians imported in and this used I government but the affair !Is I It j jsure tions make you well)), beautiful and strong. It is a reliable n ;
to rankle
among the people of I
Frle'dline.e--Only Second to was found to be adulterated Japan and.of the Pacific Ouxt' fur along remedy for dragging down pains backache head-

This Respect.v extent. and the useless time to come
Taft In
which enveloped the ache, nervousness irritability sleeplessness dizziness

Special Correspondence The Da-tlr Sun. ments! a great hindrance to I
Washington. D. C., October 7-In nal value.In CROOM PUSHES COLLECTORS. fainting spells and similar troubles. A safe and efficient

pita of the fact that the President 1855 a famous ph>' Wants License Taxes Collected and I medicine for all women's pains and sickness.
out of Washington political specu- the Hague went to Norway
Sent to His Office Without Delay.The I
lation is rife as to the outcome convention.of two years of experiment and I fact that Comptroller Croum Is Mrs. J. L. Broadhead of Clanton Ala. writes : "I. have-
the next nominating produced a light brown oil
Every politician who drifts into townis cods' livers which was ( pushing' the collection. of licence taxes', I used Cardui for my disease which was one peculiar to ,
for the '.
turning vigorously. f Is best
> : j
full of talk rumors and speculation more valuable than the' .
as to what the attitude of the I oil. but the taste and I I I .in a letter received by (Count j "women and it has completely cured me. "
Tax Collector DUklnt, j
president will be toward the candidacy repulsive that It I I ,
i Comptroller Croom instructs Col 1
of the several "favorite son" Republicans such nausea that it made AT t '
who are avowedly in the fight lar. |, lector IMckiiit-ou to prosecute the tel I j IN $ 1.00 BOTTLES
This l 'ction tit lUeut: >ete with haste:: and to ,
for the nomination. speculationJs The most valuable $('()\ i' .
remittance to the onion of the
almost profitless at this time, nevertheless ever was later made by \
v Until cruller not Inter than the 1.1th:; WRITE A urrrxKtfrcrlt WINE
it persists and is more or less French roost \s result Collector >lnc your ,,,.posse.'
a Dicklti
interesting. It Is a case of Taft research discovered an and ..* rut ..*4 you f">_ Ad k. CARDUI
with'the son ha."got butt v.:' and is pushingthe In plain ....1... ......kf-. I
against the field always and concentrating process, AJvtMtry lope. Th \*
proviso on the part of the speculatorthat all of the medicinal healing I: collections fur all then I 1M in it. M.J1dn.lA Jm: : .. It.nc.....L.d'n'O F
He r 'pt'rts very successful' work and .
the President will not take a building elements of the ,: f
he>I'4 t the of culler --- .
< get majority -- -- .. '
term himself. Everything possible -
third are separated from the
has been done to get further nauseating oil These '(' I 1IuIIM( in, bj the middle of the present The Thirty-Fourth; Year of-- t ,

expressions of opinion from the President cinal elements combined I

as to his attitute toward renomi- nate-of.iron make Vlnol E Captain. Dickinson calls attention to Miss Tebeau's Boerding and Day School t
lint that anv man engaged; in buol I '
nation and his preference for a candI- scientific and valuable cod i
'! : who continues said bushiest uf I
date. It is not likely that there will partition which the world I OM| >ne4 September Ill, 1W' ;, at N:10 a. m.so. .
>r the first of each etcher without
tx any further announcement from known. I 800 WEST MAIN STREET 11J
u\\'ln I
cecur >d a license, is acting
the administration on either of these Vinol is so rich in the _ _ _I. . .
direct violation of the law
points Just now. The President has life that it imparts vigor to r "
already expressed himself about the tated and feeble conditions 1 '

third terra saying that he did not excelled as a remedy! for BETTER THAN MEDICINE. 1 I ;

want it and would not take It. As nary troubles. t
to his preference for the Taft candidacy Try Vlnol on our Hyomel's Tonic Healing and If You Are Insured. )

he has given It his quiet but turn your money If it falls Be Cured of Catarrh.

positive approval. The same cannotbe satisfaction. W. M. :
Nature has a remedy for (catarrh a
said for any of the other candidates gist. Gainesville. Florida. Iu a Ounipauy that ta Kr..|>ontt>.lr, have a 1'oliej Correctly J
tbat is far better than dos
Written \\ ILa. Liberality 1'oliry Contract and the Company
lie Is not apt to make any
the stomach
; with medicine. lays Promptly
statement either at I4 ,
further on subject tantamount to a life It is the healing oils' and balsams
present because* it Is by no meansa for otherwise' Hyomel which medicate the air '-'

psychological moment. The convention He says an also that it would Indigent" breathe, reaching the most remote i You AreAs ores ".
is far oft for anythingbut
talk. too possibility of war and leave cells In the none, throat and lungs, *

try free to develop cnrdUl'I all catarrhal germs, and restor. 4 That no serious Ions can overcome you without you have some f"refuge.

it chose. All this Is quite health to the mucous membrane. I % .:
Advocates of the shib subsidy bill t-ie inopportunlty of the In using Hyomel you are treating

are already at work in Washington. the fact that it comes Just catarrhal troubles with the only

mere will be a desperate effort madeat moment when Secretary Taft remedy for it gives! a curative Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance. / 'J

tbe coming session to get Jeglsla- Japanese higher officials bath to the air passages that has ,

lion of some sort through. This is on each other's necks and Powerful healing und antiseptic S Nuu but Reliable Cutii(>sulr. Hr|,rwML. .. . I C
a measure that has by no means popu- eternal friendship and as that found In the mountains *

lar support throughout the country.All possibility of war. Quite the: pine forest give off their h
of the-seaboard cities realize that and healing" balttams "
has lingering
it would be to their advantage If It war she la not going to Breathe the invigorating and hal ..1

materially helped to build up the mer- fact in advance and the llyom and see how quit'kly you Ititormaion ehe.rfully fnrni.hrd. UAINKHVILI.K. KLOKIDA ( j : .

'antile marine but the Inland corns struck Russia at the outhrt> I get relief from your catarrhal / '1 I

nunlties maybe regarded as indifferent :Manchurian trouble Is an ..l.V.. McColliini A: Co *" e ,

with the element against it that that the Oriental and many cures. even of the worst nn .-. !/ ,..'
shies at the prospect of heavier pubic minds work in different (catarrh with.., offensive breath

expenditures of such an indefinite that any nation with the lng of mucous frequent Melee'slug. .. it
.xtent as entrance to the subsidy field' hood of Japanese trouble I in the throat! and l 1I..nllan'Hlir

would entail. It is quite possible that hands does not want to that they f tel l warranted In I Fay-Sholes r ;a

'1' mere Is subsidy legislation It willike gun at home when It goes \' : IIoin l under an aliKolul- *ft
'; a very mild form and will best ' to refund Mlle money if It ; Yr i

",; urged to secure additional steam not do nil that in claimed for it. I
Root 1 1M making
.'Up facilities for South America. Secretary .. will) take all the rink I 1 Typewriter F ;
as a clone second to Hoc' II
:his is unquestionably needed from A in cultivating international I
immerclal standpoint though whet h.r Piano Is Paid. For. e
bens. His Journey to Mexico ..U'K\unUUHIU: : :
even a heavy subsidy walls wire anti l il.inr t
watched by otlirlalx here The Ice ream supi|MT at .
it is a matter for serious cons greatest Interest He scents and MrWill Tuck.-r last Krl Till: HIST:

the faculty of doing' !! and t>.t>
right thing to,, appeal to the young talks uf .cheile, !! and quite|<
| Tabulator
Admiral Coghlan has certainly) I"- American mind, and the r'- number of out-of.towtt yountc peoplo| \\rnmi ntTDOARD i I ;; -(INvr :

.red for himself a well earned repaat of his reception in MttxU nr .re brew nf ..:u.r) lHKly enjoyed l the f':\ >; Machine.
(' and r<*| ort a fine time
; Ion as a troublemaker for the novo -dlv encouraKinir 1t. k'as '
o rntmiit He has Just come out In ;a twentr yearn ago that h> The young 1""ftJ'I"| of 'h.dlIlI| al

'.'.If interview on the subject of war lint onl' rated an a decidedly >"n know how' to have a K<**1 timeW Lightest Hhtftl l.lghte.s' Uui.uUiirf. r Tr.. P

*',th Japan and the necessity of e *ndK clans i>ower., out wan regarded .> have, the piano, In Martha IVr ; Chsrni|,iua 8|..ed \\.rU T. of at.'orld

:, the battleship squadron to the last .place on earth for the ln'. lnsttutnow, i"tld for and we !:.. tn. .'.,. ,oie.. Mire Kay.HhuU' In i.

:aciflc It will of course be recalled of American capital. Under .. to th.mk Prof J. II Owens for I i ,roe /iw eleiu.lip ban anolhrr mathin 4 r
for the hool al |
he has ce
Oat it was Admiral Coghlan who gui IMnz. however the tountr !
the 1"'nll" who h.v.. taken j
.tdl', '! country into very warm waterth \'f.lul'd into a strong and n ni| young
: Germany over his "Iloch der tlon. wltn ambition for cumin*' h,.. n lnt..r.-.t In helping him W- ; , For Sales by. .
*' I -l ,that Prof h..III has dune mare
: rr loem| at a banquet a velr.i'tuent
ajco. There was nothing of I the best! of everything modern the! Rnehelle ." |KM>| than any R. C. DAVIS & CO. Jacksonville Fla.
", eras her who barn taji ht here ,
; laU<"c In his reciting the jww-m. butt ..f millions of American '
h.. l.. very highly b..nor l for
: wejust Jetting near enough: toa't invested in Mexico not only In

to be very uncomfortable. a..dI but In manufacture. and they hp hin donsi'ATitt.. :-. - - - .
fame at a momen't when tb. r.-laon I garded quit as safe alii ,,_ F I
, t I ,,,,,,
fII of this country and Germany In Canada The Mexican p > Lest We Forget r""m"nmrm"mm"mmmnrmmmm

t *..re none too cordial though the to this country an the model la by Is r..tJ.au't .1.I ..-t, at :

tlt 'eraments of both countries ",,'nultll' inrrrlal' and m..ha..al. (.levrl .o.'t eat. cries .|>t"modl<
'.lingly have had it appear other : and It I* not only natural but bottle of \Vblt's Cream Vt-rml/ujt: :E: |

4,tee shale for us to take keen .-r fall to care. K..ry mother ; :

la the development of the IIle\ A'hn her tll&tyVblt,,'.: Cream :

vow when the situation is Just State just Srmth of us Me.i., ; 1 loW, many time when the \ H. F. DUTTON & CO.

'--'-"UI the same with Japan the loqua- be able In the ne (t few years Is pale and fretful the moCb..r. J Y YE
more towards ss>tidlf> tux Bouth not l.now what to do A bottle i :
(>us admiral comes out In print with ;
ca and kepine Central Ant,- this medicine would brIne color to |
1 "n* talk alien the possibility 011| UeALIU! IN: -- ,,
order Star till l"fu"fr.1 c'.uld checks and laughter to b.gee/ \
tar He that It would be a uorl. E
mays ana It is "well that *he! h >ul< .* It a trial Hold ty W. II John, < \
lfcal: cheaper to duplicate the Amen of
not only oar friendship but our
*.J N'avy. and that Is w'hwt it would I j jComb
'...n tf the battleship squadron Is to - - - - -- 1 j Sea Island CottonCfAJNKSViLLK

"ntaia In the Pacific than It would: Is you 1:0111.ICIene a scary, the story
of fur? :'fot. ni <
t 'n put ui a .Ii months' tight with Out? fif'vnj rluu story. sIt
? It ends b4)f. Tbe story we l.M 'Is
ar"1) U E
"r any other flrit< powers
of Hslr
:1'; .... that iJ2SA.)(().OOO "jwnt 'In W ple.uat-tae alOfT 1
..L . V'lor. Prom* Tstop.f.UlochaJr. ,.... J I I L.IUiJUUl .\.
'. faA., A .
.s.oald make this country: Into l' lJdIn H M : frOr- dsedraRtsep. tMscalphcshAY.Doc. i E;
unable' attack by any power a,1S .d.de..Iw.,awl..., Ave II,.jour.lion trI..I Vi.7J.!. asses . oat color test bait. c ,r:.:' I UU. l4JJ1111uJ J i1lt44J111IiU11l 11IIUI11
would be a rood h1y"rr.ful.; a

,_ .... .. -.of: t ;j "4 1 Y+ '' i'n sR y r yy 4 u4rv.ly n.a y#+I + ayM,P u ', e ta, K". ',r i:; ;,(




:, ; 'SCALY EfiUPTfONS Church .
Rally at Baptist Sunday MornIng : rtwMMrs.MnMIMrM1111MNIXIINMMMMNM.Y

"' IN VALUATIONS and Evening. Was Enjoyed. ..r.r..,,
The grand rally services at tile I
First Baptist church Sunday mornin'e

*liteal and Personal Valuations and evening to welcome the pastor,
J Rev. S. I). Rogers, who has been Indisposed .
Larger !Than Eyer Before. Constantl>-Scratched Until for the past few months, For:Infanta and Children

,.v Blood Flowed-Suffered 10 Years were thoroughly enjoyed and highly

.,ARE. HALF A MILLION. LARGER Doctors and Medicines Were Interesting. The morning service especially J The', Kind You Have
Fruitless-Tries Cuticura and Is was well attended, members ,

;..Over Year 1900,. Which Shows That Completely Cured : and friends of the church filling the
r to '
i edifice. The service was most 1m Always Bought
the People l:91"d: '", Iachua Are Prosp' -
j' : presslve, and Dr. Rogers for' the firs AVegf5t ctabfelVeparationlbr'
,geroue-InCrelKsComes In Every BY THREE BOXES OF,.
time be has felt able to occupy the similating,ttifFocxIandBegulaUng -
,;L vranch. oif fReal! and Personal 1 Lines.TfceVjlreport CUTICURA OINTMENT. pulpi.made a One talk on "A Revivalof iteSloMcfea andBowels ofOmimjMorphine Bears theSignature
""" A "
: : : of County Tax Assessor C Methods. t
,;W.;, Vii:Colson for the year 1907 Is small"When sore I appeared was about on nine each yean of'my old Owing to the very disagreeable condition .

,'- ery encouraging, as it shows a won. lower limbs. I scratched them with a of the streets from the severe - "' ,
; '
i4 3erfuJly, Increased valuation in real shortly bras. afterwards pin and afternoon rain, the evening servicewas P otuotieal s&m.Charful- t .

"..personal: property of all klida. both of those' limbs not as largely 'attended as was 'DeSSand SGCoStdIRS ndtllrt of
;,: ,The total valuation for 1907 Is ; became so sore that anticipated and hoped for; but nearlya >r"Mnyral.A .:
I could IICaI"Oelywalk.
''{;15.135,080, being an increase over the i ,t When I had hundred showed their devotion to NO NARCOTIC..e .
[":.previous year of nearly halt a rnlJJlonI I A about been suffering month the for their church and their pastor by being 'J .
[dollars, the aggregate for 190) 'being I sores began to heal, present, despite the weather condi-
d tJU 1 htNV t7LZ P L $
This Increase In the bt but small scaly tions. At this service Dr. Rogers ad' rigs

evidence of the prosperity: of tftetinlner eruptions where the sores appeared had dressed' his hearers on the subject.,

the farmer, the business niiinf .. ,. been From that "Observing the Discouraged." I ........ ..WIrt I
f,'And;In fact the whole people yf thinsection /n time onward I such wa Dr. Rogers Is gladly! welcomed back ; :J.
It.... troubled by
and places Alachua county / never itching that,' to his pulpit. I -
(among the foremost, In rank of the until I became .
accustomed to it, I would scratch the Use
counties of the State.Tfte sores until the blood began to flow. Carter Creamery Sold.
?r,- ,following report of n rPKatt" This. would stop Che itching for a few The Carter Creamery, one of the perfect Remedy forcon hpae -
days; but scaly places would appear' tion.SourStoinachDiarrhoes.1YemnsConvukionsFeverish .
MII,;valuations is given by Assessor: Col- again and the itching would accompany oldest established dairies<< in this sec -
son:' them. After I suffered' about ten years tion of the country, owned by Mrs. For 0 V e r
and Loss or
I made a renewed effort to effeot a cure. ness
Real estate, $2.760.200; personal The eruptions. by this time had appearedon Syd I.. Carter, has been sold to B. II*
;property, 11,274.640; turpentine and every part of my body except my Harco. formerly of this city but for Sifnature of
'f'timber property<< 922.950:! : ; railroad face native and county hands.advised The best me to doctor USA arsenic in my the pant few years residing In Tampa. -2 Z&5VOHK. Thirty'Years

property $1,654.073: ; telegraph property In small.doses and a salve. Ithenfused The sale embraced the herd of*,several NE W .
(Including telephone), $23,1:>7. to bathe the sores in a mixture whichp" fine Jersey cattle and all dairy
st .
: > almost intolerable pain. In addition
r Total' 9&.735.080. lied other remedies such as Iodine equipment including a modern separate *.
,w Assessor Colson has performed his sulphur, mesa salve -'. Salve, r.Tie.
Ointment and In fact I was continually
'duties" carefully, fully and accurately giving some remedy fair trial, cattle and equipment were GASTORIABROWN
':tor this year covering every nook and never using less than one or : boxes or shipped Monday to Tampa and will .
cxACr COPY or we.PPE.
bottles. All this was fruitless. Finallymy
of the and his services
'f'f'iomer county hair began to fall out and I was rapidly be immediately placed In commission __ .
are appreciated by the public.Marriage becoming' bald. I used -'s -, there. Ise sewn..usv.sew-.-
but it did no good. A few months -. _. --
J having used almost everything t"1
r: J' at Newberry. That Tired Feeling.
thought 1 would try Cuticura Ointment, -
I, +Marrl.d 1. at the home of the bride's and having being previously pleased with used It.Cuticura After using(Soap' If you are. languid, depressed In. .
fits Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Swlndal. three boxes 1 was completely' cured, capable for work It Indicates that
...,berry, on Sunday, Rev. J. N. and my hair was restored,after fourteen your liver Is out of order. Herbtne HOUSE BARBER SHOP CHAS. W. DUVAL
years of suffering and an expenditure of
peon of Island Grove officiating. at least*AO to,6J In vainly endeavoringto will assist nature to throw off headaches
lea Mollle Swlndal and A. A. Ilurke.Jf to find cure.bol shall be last to writeto , rheumatism and ailments akin Shoe Shop
any may tie interested in Barnest Ppy Prop.
Jf The affair was a quiet one onlye my B. Hiram Msttingly. Vermillion to nervousness and restore the energies
.. family and a few Intimate friends :eS. Dak.. Aug. IN. l the contracting parties being Ilre.eDt. -,,* Bold throughout tINt world Potter Drug atO A Thoroughly Modern ShopLatest
Prop... Ho lealth. .1..1. Hubbard, Temple, Texas
{. a.-H.U.4Jree. Boot+.t cm :ab'aD4 Blood writes, "I have used Her bine for the Near Crawford ek Pavi Lin.ryotabl.: ..,..
.. .
t;.; The groom Is a member of the firm --- -------- ------ past two years.. It has done me more
and all
Of Neel ft Burke, general merchants lar young lady, admired by all for her good than all the doctors.' It Is the' the Latest Sterilizing Tonics Apparatus with 11rst-class

.Wed is a successful young business amiable dlmiowltlon. best medicine ever made for chills and !artists, will be found here.
:pan, well liked. The,,bride Is a popu- Friends extend congratulations. fever." 60c. Sold by W. ,}d. Johnson. ) We solicit a share of your patronage. First-Class Work Done Always.

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The People's Store.-.Where Goods Are Sold on a


Small Margin.

f t Our list of depositorsis '

growing from We are now ready for the'Fall Season. New Goods coming by every train

and we have Bargains in every Department.

: day to day.

Our methods are Shoes !' Shoes Flannel 20 pieces will be Swans thrown Down on Outing uur CANDIES!'

conservative and
counters Monday( at 1 0c yardwould

we try and make you feelthatyour -- be cheap:} at 12 1-.(... CANDIES!'
\\ t' ar<' v11 lixt-d J on

business Bhot'1" Staple and Dress Goods Fall .- ..

isfappreciated no matter kinds will he -hown this
The lx I
Ht call
very iiKwey
:"''tll1t' tint values 1 in )IV- -

v I how small the account. tter's I'lark Diamond.I week. buy

A big line at 1fc pound

; If you are not The. Crown line, vici and
/ New Silks Itt'-t Chocolates at 21c
already a customer, patent at $2.25 Cant l he.' pound.

Yard-wide} ] all colors ,
, touched. t fl.2.-
, call|around and ,\11 C.lntht', guarl11tf't'fi I
good-I *, at only 1 51.II yard.J

give us a share of LadieHernuldo: lino indifferent pure.

your business.We tyles at $..1.51Jill Lot of 100 DM Coats

equal; to tho-e Auld at $1..7& KITCHEN WARE

For Mnall Men and Hoy.,
located in our own
are I >orri-> line at S2.it nUll worth a* hijrh UM ::r..(K)..-take. --

building S. E. corner of S2.75. S your choice this ale' at 5lcv.ieh Everything for the kitchen -

Come quickRikhMs .
the Square. KadcliftV at S2.5..JI11.

f"-t ,nHt1." to be had. 1 e I-irfre shipment of Tin
Rikkess' !
Four Per Cent on Savings Acceunts. and Enaulwtwtre I jiHt re-

Full line tlr C'hildrvn .1 No 40 and tiC; ) 1:1Lhon at "

Shoes in all the griules, ceivtnl.J1HE }.
or1II.. yard, ,

.Try a our.- ShoewiU A -* a ieavev* ....1.7.,,,,',...LIit1. .. ....".Ribbon. ;:: ,:"'Q.w ;,-.\,.in'., ;..' yt ,j ,. C rp ;YM't >. -

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1 I

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ltC: ::*. 1ttt
1 That entertaining Republican newspapers Mt.s:
: Gertrude Weeks' of the Chic
''.... ; The New' York Sun, declares Federation has' just returned from u KINO OFALLLINENT1

tere4 at Iat 1"eIIa" Offloe at GaJneaTiUe.Ra.. that sending the fleet of battleshipsto month on tht !thmux looking tnto

j: .at.eeydel... maD a.tu>r.u the Pacific Is not for practice purposes |I tne K'nd It Ion it there and her report CURBS RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAINS

} : but for war on Japan As Thei makes
McCBJBABf... ..Editor and Publlnber.JSSSK interet.tlnir! reading She found wfYR11011. aeR1... lYta, ..UI..., .u_...O.L." ,, ,
H, i Sun has unusually good opportunities that conditions as a whole were falrlv C U R E S .{. Nae a. .C.telll.. .C". ._.CIII..... .Y..Ya.O
I silly J.M -.tn. ...0... a_._. r
J:. BITRTZ..v..-.-.......City Editor.M. for probing the Inside> mysteries sots) but that they could be hUI'ruH,1at .. ,..--......... swLaaa.sa a.aele.ew.t.r.ass.:ass aaa wrias.at.s ae.al5aowa1.4e... ew r.. je.00555 atAat.' .
of the administration. it is alarmingto m.tm points!! There are two classes ts
PREWITT .... SUP, Compoalnff Rooona.OFFICS learn ItA opinion that: "The navy ot t people on the Itot h 11m II. the toIi.

>- is going to the Pacific Ocean for war ".nll.lny.t"|. made up! of the Amerinu .

PORTER BI.OCK. with Japan and Japan recognizes the clerk and ailniiuistratlvt staff, and t- a' ..

_w.Mala Street, 8. TKL FHOI &43B -* fact and Is energetically preparingfor the laborer! who art' doing the ac

T- TAll.T SOW,publiahed every morning eap's it. Once the operation of trans. teal manual '" (Irk. Mis Heeks says !;.-'

XDda7.delivered by carrier the city or ferring our ships to l'a'Hwat..rs that the condition of the laborers

trailed to say pert of tile U.itedlStates. pottage has been accomplished war is inevit needs the more attention as they
a ar50: >* months; ft.agtbree
teefor$5' cents *3fi_ weeks-strictly In able. hanot the tnltiitive: or ambition to NOWTHIS ff'
soi 50
9eati advance.Reading1- > "It is an insane project. help provide for thfmsoU Most of f'

"The American people do not wantto them are Jamaica negroes' or low .

aotIceain local column: to cent a line go to war with Japan with clans ,
nor ":l1ruI alll'l.' They take the ucctminioilatuniH {
and cent for each additional ,
for first insertion 5 other but the American
any country provided for them, *lilh,

hy.ertlon.Rates 'or display advertising made known on people are apparently without recourse I no matter how bad they ma>. be arc r,

application. or loice. There is I little or no u giH>.i deal better than the men have .t
_ ,
hope that Congress will dare to oppose been ud to at home. PO they are

The Twice-a-TVeek pabllabed Bun loan every eiaht-page.lorty.Monday an"TmrxUj. the President's plans. quite satisfactory That the generatlctnuliUon READ RKMARKABUtt CURE

cctamn paper.. and cwntatns, all the news of the "]t is one of the most serious situations Ix not altogether bout 1 I IM *
'I was much afflicted with rheumatism i
week local. State and ,general, and will be i that have confronted this conn- shown l>\ the small death nnd nick. re Ed.C. .writes
Nad. lowaville l'
Sedgwlck:Co..Ianaa., 'going
railed, postage free to any rrt of tbe United fry. and the only mitigating consideration Portbut 1 MUi lleeks says that the about on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain. !
.._ in advance.All .
for a -
suit,or Canada $ >jar that we are able to discern In (7o\erninent, will hntu exercise. ver\ I was induced to try DallanTa Snow Liniment which

cured m.. after using three SOc bottle XT IS TH It .
that activity the
advertising bills become doe after first Navy Departmentand strict 1'11r\'Ilt1n! to mike the l.iUor
GREATEST LINIMUNT I BVltRUSED: barrrc.otnmendvd .
of advertisement anlcsa otherwise of the War Department tew-is ers live like human belngH The t'III'Illu'f'
appearance it
to a number of all express r)
stipulated in contract. Parties not known to ua at the present moment indicative of .. pcl'aonai .
a ; >* frenil right and can look themselves as being benefited now" walk:
Will be required to pay for advertising la ..w.ftDCC. -I full sense of the gravity/ of the ini after tlieineelve. hut If the heultlivouilltlon without crutch, and am able to perform a gteatdeal
Addrcas. THE DAII.Y SUN.GAUfaavu..u. "
of light labor the farm 'o
.. Fua. pending crisis.. (' of the laborers' 114 I to Ye main : on

Possibly The Sun may be right In tallied and the work It* to go ott well, THREE SIZES: arc, SOc AND $1.00 l

That Oklahoma constitution eeema its diagnosis! of the HoosevtOtlan intention then the J grentodt cure will have to BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. r

to be worrying some other people a for any Don Quixote projectis be exercised In keeping the laboring ST. LOUIS. U. .. A. + '

food deal more than It does the re&l probably by the present administration chassis" up to the mark. This 1-4 aMlnt J,

tents of Oklahoma. but it can hardly be' pnstlblt | that Ix well taken null it i I.* thebetttr << ..,,

that a majority of Congress! cou!... ht' worth ('un.ld.'rn tlnn elite,* It
brought to do so wicked and foolish ('(>mes from a capable and presumably
President Secretary Taft and
a thing as to declare war against unprejudiced outsider and In not nn V\T M. JOHNSON ;
the Postmaster General are having a _
Japan. The only real reason for such official r"IHrt| in any sense of the
clone race to see who can stay out o1 -
action would be for the purpose of term \
Washington the most these day. '.4GEIYFRAL
perpetuating the Republican party in

power and the breaking" of all precedents Dr Wiley seems to be having more .

"Congressman Burton is still)holding by the re-election for a third trouble recruiting his "..oCt drink "

on to his Congressional job: says term of Theodore Roosevelt. Those squad" than any other of his experiment . O Kf,1V .If.;(

The Commoner. Sure he is; a job two calamities would be coexistent.As classes.Perhaps i O ,

In tbe hands Is worth two in the the majority of the American people ------------- ---- -- f1 R f.S'G1T1: .

tush.; are ,not yet daft we will still they might *et at It easier '

hope that The Sun is mistaken. In Kentucky by trying to figure ''motes GAINfJnLLE. t IARIoA "'' (.

General Llnevitch says the United who d Idn't kill Governor (;obt>l. r
States relies too much on Its fleet.
The General doesn't understand; our

fleet) Is not of the style he has been APPEARING OLD Iii: IIA1'E run SALE :
Stewardship Is not ownership was
used to. ( Cuecix n.'iii hones<. in Nortli < iMliieMille, ju-t one blot k fr.'ntti. .\ li.
he, burden of the talk of lllshop In. Ass mm a Bar f. Fr*.4al>le Kmplvyseat. ItailriHMl, 1111 tirtt. $tnt t ha.t i5irNl! f.r't I'n.r' t' I i iv)

gram In Trinity church. New York. Iii., foiir-rtN .''HIIIM* in N'ortli < iniitfillr.. with lot I In* ItNi I fir t 1. Price r'
Sir Thomas Intimates that If
Lipton That church is at the bend of Wall You cannot afford to grow oM. 1'Uatlrltrn 15r.'ni ilnwii, fi'j| L'r iiiontli until I tu.l l fur llmiM outs
be can find out what 'sort of a challenge of atrenuoua compelltlon fur f"MT iiKintli +'
Street and most of the, Ulshop's audi In td.y. |
the New, York Yacht Club tors were from Wall Street. In law It la ceaaary to maintain, aa long aapoaalble Tw iity-lU'.- rifiil*'ii..' l I.its in ('tty linutx, nil high ,111.1 l lrv tr.s.l! I I.MM-

will!] accept he will be pleased to ones youthful appearance.It lionfri.ntIhgonnii't ctif* t tNttHi' liulil*. iiIV.e1.'rali.l5I I In- ii lvan .
send it. the Bishop was a little mixed. There hi Impossible to do this without mealntng t5ts'.i to !Irs' |luul| 111 the City l'riiM n iiti"k( limn t%*> "" In |.".'.'> UKt *nir
is in law a vast difference between a luxurloua jrrowtti of ha.tr.
la tentluwtl| fill |MT month .
The *eno' of Dandruff Indicate lripreaenr f
steward ah' IP and ownership; but In 1 I pr* of A burrowing irerni whlrh 1'1.1Y'H'n; pi(' >"piirvirn: ( 1 iapprovttl i-" >... .crt' ." 1".11111" I., U 1>11I".,..,

"The011 octopus should have been morals he wan right. Private property lives and thriven on the roots of th. $5111, aft/'r lint 'UOIOt itn-l( HKN|.'rn m..ti..i'| q

fined $100,000.000," says a contemporary. Is the result of' the uncial corn hair until It causes total baldneaMKawbro's .

Ilerpicido la Ihe only knnwn ... . .. .
Still if it would
only com ---
I>act. It Is artificial. It I. Jot a matter destroyer of this pent, and It la as .
up with that 129.240.000. all would of religion or morality, but of ("um.pa't. as it Is delightful to use KSTIIKK! .M i. JOKDAN. \V. w. HAMILTON.
I* forgiven. ir.rpl ld..inxkea. an elegant hair dresaInr
Yet all solemn and general .
aa well as Dandruff cure.
compacts must be respected.flood| Accept no substitute-there la none..
The Czar certainly has a hard timef faith requires thin. Hut had faith on Sold by leaillnr drunrlata Peml 1n.-. I I" JORDAN & COMPANYINSURANCE aF
stamps for sample to Tb Iltrprtd.> Co..
it He went out yachting one day the part of the holder or owner of Detroit. If ioh. ;

and his boat got stuck in the mud;
private property Is. and always has
Two sl.".-60 cents and $1.00.
be went out again and Emperor been a ground of forfeiture. Had
J. H. Bodiford 4k Co. Special Agents.ESS. .
William met him and preached arermoti. faith in treason to the' public. What

the good Iii.bop meant waR that .. -- -- f'OUTf.'W HI OCK IIAINfSVII.I.I FI.OUIUA

ownership! being a matter of compact aisa: :: REV I VOl r F
A New Haven man married a amounted virtually to stewardship, In the oldet and tree
RESTORES YITJLmr Fire. Life and Accident : !
( ,man decided she was not his "af- to the rightful ue of private propertyfor rr ..
. .
Itjr" got a dh'or'ethoulht it over the benefit of the otnniunlly -

'..1 remarried' her. And still people Property IH like a gun when used In "Made I

talk about a woman's predilection for ".defence only I Its use I I" lawful and W.n.anTHIt

,ngfll her mind.I Just Hut when tmed to destroy his I r
of Me.
neighbor a* a means nt nlf. ) .itKKran: : a
I". what you like" advices The cement or mere re\en c". uch use l I. 8713 "rw" C> XL MB71DY: SEABOARDAir

'.auvlphla Inquirer. And BO we criminal. and In that case. forfeiture >r..lMee. tine re.. ull. IM 3U4.,.._ 1& ai.
ul hlr. < <
old if the' butcher the baker and IM the only renu-dy This IH the> told! Yourl/tnenean r) v.i<* h.lr (.1 maa Mei...1 0..5

caixlle-tulck maker did not show doctrine of de()xlnnd old men may fern..? II..lrv Y_'hf ul '*,ir.>rl'} a
. ..tn. tCXVI% u. It qilrkl end quietly rea.ov. Line Railway
-- --- -- -- ._ ....
h an ugly disposition to haggle .. Ner*" lest Vllat:.r rwi
----- we.k.aea sseu am......t heart. "-,,::11,.., ).........rWaaloy
the price of thing Clark: Unwell of Atlanta walked l 1'_a__. slat fttfat.iar t. of **,'*...U.. .
.11_. sad retina, ...t.u It ant.0 Pica f...
right Into Joke HnjIth'M official sanctum <<"- .tnnt, ttoa.I__ nr uwrrla e. It ant be' r',irrbr SAVANNAH COLUMBIA CAMDKN f HOLTTHERN .
recently and tx.,,lhandH lartlna /hw.ealef j...esae. nut t.. .)" President has now come to the Hanctorltini litmtr mnit Mnrart l.atl...... I.. 'liii. . KICHMONI)
'(. of declining to talk about the I with his excellency iknlbt .. k the p' k glaw.:;.t".j: tbr.kd. .riaturteirthe : ,
pre ci w. 1. of .a "'
rd term but IK evidently "dHlght- less( h* remain a a firmly convincedhas 1>1'.1.1_'.*. In*-..ci Aav1nr Ie 1':' 1 .s WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, pnll! ,

with the persistency of bin ad- ..\.t>r. however that h* would look maikai.00erparkas..er.irfewbt.D4''otttber. It ran k rarrel/.veily.eke.., \A'\.> ADELPHIA. NEW VOHIv. x'

ra. It Is be would much handsomer In the e-iny chair pies! fre.. sxtTiee aid rue.*.l la all who -I.k i H
suggested .. .. .. ....
I with a e ..| .jrriilar AO;rrM
2e to ate the Republican National than the pre"ent Governor of n..or.sla. OVAL' siffMCi CO. Msr... tH*. CfeHaa.. MTor
''a ention deadlock on several calldl.1| __.- fate )la OsUMCTflte. Florida ty. y
Two Tniinn
__ Elegant Dully:
.ates and then nominate him In sheer -- W. M. Joluutm. X) uYfat.1XfhANDWOMfli.

s. air of agreement on anyone el" -. 11! $too' REWARD. $100.

." t' 11!fl h*> take chances on overcoming 'I The readers of this paper will be SEABOARD EXPRESS

.e trong opposition In hi* own I plena ' l'.r' + r e.1. .r. MAIL.
ir* to a third term and go back on done!I i dreaded diaeaa> that science b.t> rt.i.. d..a..ae aa.l..al.f ,.. __.
'I .5 '
,,,: I iKbted word are the questions been able to cure In all ita *trjre.. and .wr.rrw.. .r ra a. 0.a' as. .
,__sr.a-. r..ai.w, i0.! a 5.).
r./K most of the Republican leud* {!i that I la Catarrh Hall Catarrh Cur .e retrWf' .rRL OIL a.a$ .I e .

I U the only posit!.. rnr knojWa to the emauttt sell u. Let.gs..at.a. .. f
II . w re.m- Modern r'ullman Equipment
II I medical fraternity Catarrh being a ,p'... .p f.
I alas t' . r -aassts
as breu recommended by the cotiatltatlonal disease requlrea! a constitutional 4 ( ../ 5 0a
'"-partment that the several treatment! Italic Catarrb -- --
- ---- --- -
f" *rnmvnta organize a XatUmard 1; Cure U taken Internally archaic directly -

branch of th. Gnat Art l. ; upn the blood and rawcrwa surface The Jamestown Exposition Line

This arm of tbe service !. short of the ayatera, thereby dretroyleg }r

'n and It U sujcgeated! that Itt the foundation of the diaeaMf. sod
Norfolk Va.
>* a good thing hot only for giving the patient strength by bull4. ,

-J.t Artillery but for the Nation t lac up the eonstltoUon and aaalatinc IwO Y11O aNO DttrN ets ; ar N

nj a* well to hare a reserve nature In doing Ita w 4 rk. Tb proprietors it a caw DLL C4. M wr Excursion TVketM on Sale Daily.t .

men capable of bundling the have *o much faith In IUe
eo1 . r.a,...Lf510tl
run Tbla K a question tliatr rmUvr> power that they offer' O.. sd k'r {wwse. I.atJ to

.* well liken by the Hundred Dollar for any CAM that 1C
very up &t'D4or li X of 111 aaW .r..0. a1's Iri N.et r' SUa Ir..' fa a Iatoraatlcs asd Fle.g f.eafta/kaa ecU cc any g.aa $
.!. to cur t
-cUUtvrea" CbJ winter. jl U tra .NwRP01 A. C- 8 abee/d, car wrfe '
',. mOD...... 1ddr.sa
'at proteblr yrflJ M rexlvttd z
JT. J. CHJ-MET .k CO...Tc4w4o._p, ,..tAL C LPial31Oi J. AMIMtearn)
sam 1 t ,
+ .,". 2 e.rr .t h .. xak .s':! .

".. ,, '":"T----::< ;;;;: -, ;.;,, ': ,I,'(. t. . j,.: ,. ). ., .. :-,,", -- _-=c I I.n'. - -__' -- ..:; dy ,oC1 w y..

t'I' '. .;.,' :. ; p : '" ';" '
TC1i : : '
'J MR. fCANNAQAN DEAD. What AQ*' You "aRiEF. 'CtYD'E.; S .aXp" o.

Gainesville- Do yon feel weak, tired, Respondent* wJn, of D7 Willis Jatne* gives one .
Husband of Former Lady have frequent headache coated tongue,
million dollars to specified :
.. Y Passed Away at Miami Friday. bitter or bad taste In morning "heart I
burn." belching. of gas; acid risings In Three sessions of the rural progress
:1 The information of the death of
throat alter eating, stomach gnaw or conference were held at Amherst.
"IL 8. Flarinayan. which occurred at
; foul breath, dizzy spells poor or
burn Club women all over the country
1/bJ.,:, home In Miami Friday, was re- variable appetite nausea at time and
have entered a campaign for better
c;Jlved here Sunday with a great deal kindred symptoms' ?
I milk.
'i4' morrow Mr. Flannagan was the Ityo any considerable namber of -

; husband of the former Mrs. LJllie lb bore toms you are suffering John Sharp Williamswill again seek
: liver with locIlee..Ion. of th, .
from.. thou n pld minority leadership hcusp.AIL
; &ligh who resided in Gainesville for p Jet.I .. .
pe I/artford
iwveral and who was .quite : stockholders of Illinois
years t a \
; sympathy of the Central: railroad voted to support Ir.FI.h. FO C R S 'G :m.A.CEI. : :mIC.K.:
.i'popular. The com V nsbM. rp -rttlri>l prtiKMDiea Known -
) munlty goes out to the bereaved III a tIC en fof t een+ o _

widow in her hoar of aadness..J t U. is a nwtl Luther W. Mott-of Oswego hasbeen .Jacke'onviUe BriO New' York,

liver .stomach tonic Calling at CHABLZSTON. 8. C. both ...
. Mrs. Flannagan was visiting relatlves efficient Inrlgocator. appointed state superintendent of tbe ; ,.a.
I bowel regulator and nerve strengthener.The banks in New" York. The FLneot 8t0an :ldpB la the Coastwfeo 8er'1'iceClyde
at the
I In Rock 11111. 8. C., time "Golden Medical Discovery* Is nota

of, the death of her husband and the a patent medicine or secret nostrum a Postmaster General Meyer favors *a New England and Southern! inesSA.XX.X3STC3S

w i.- news' came as a great shock; almost full list of Its Ingredients being printedon further reduction of foreign postage

.'j prostrating her with,grief. I Its bottle-wrapper and attested. under Count Leu ,Tolstoi Is bothered by Freight' Service Between JACKSONVILLE.. BOSTON and
formula, will show ,PBOV D and All Eastern
oath. A clan at Its constant requests for financial assist KCnt. Points
that It contains no alcohol or harmful I Calling at Charleston both ways..
Prof. Floyd Is Here. habit-forming drugs. It Is a fluid extract ance.
A mutilator ot. pictures In toe S.m d3-W..wEBL"Y: :: :
:"'t' Among the latest acqulsiUGns to the made with pure triple-refined glycerine
1 of strength from the roots of the Louvre has been sentenced to six I ............ .... W
.cstuff Sta proper Northbound. Catherine
., ,of the Florida Experimental From Foot J.eksonvule
following, native American forest plants. months' Imprisonment.' .. of .&..
Uoc A.H.. and
Is Prof. D. F. Floyd.
,I viz.' Golden Seal) root. Stone root. Black
!... .. who has just arrived and who Cherrybark. Queen's root. Bloodroot, and

.k'" assumed charge of plant physiol- :Mandrake root. Julius' Caesar Clyde St. Johns River Line

aY. The following leading medical authorities. Was a man of nerve bufslckness" !
a among a host of others, extol the foreexrln a.c"VVe.n .J AC 11epam'mvu.nm and SANFORD
j P off Floyd Is originally from In. roots for the care of just such ailment a* the left Its mark and he became aged
Prof.R. Bartholow.M. ( topping at Palatka: Astor, Beresford (DeLand). and Intermediate
has attore I.mptomllndrea&e: before his time. Sickness is often Landings
J.4ina. but for the past few years .
D. of Jefferson Med. College.PiaU Prof. on St. Johns River.
Xpen with the University of Missouri II.Q. Wood. M. P.*of Unlr.of Pai Prof.Edwin caused by a torpid liver. Herblne
M. Hale. M. I)..cc Collere
t Columbia from which Institution becomes "Ctilcaroi Prof. J bai'ln*. )taD1u ofAmericaa will regulate your liver and give you Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"Is

) recommended. Dispensatory Prof. Jno. M.Ikoad- health. Mrs. Carrie Austin Ilollon, appointed sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville Sundays Taesdavs and
.. highly der. M. D..Author. of Speclfle Medicine Prof.
"I consider Herblne
Kansas writes _
: Laurence Johnson, M. D.. Med. DcpV Cnlr.of' : Thursdays, p. m. Returning. leave Sanford Mondays
IV. Y.. Prof. lnlerki'lnrwood.M..Aathor the best medicine I' ever heard of. I _Wednesdays and Frid. .. 0:8Oa. m._
bi Attention, Stonewall Campy! of M aterla Medics and Prof. In Bennett Medt- am never without It." Sold by W. M. - - -- -_. -
cal Collea-e. Cblcaco. name and address .
I There will be a meeting held at the on Postal Card to Dr..a&. V. Pierce. Buffalo. Johnson tla-s down. SCHEDULE Head up J

t tcourt house on the 14th of October N. Y- and receive Are booklet IIrhID.extraet.a --r- Leave 3:80 pm. .... .. .. .. ..... .Jacksonville.. .... . ... . .. .ArRYelOO am

for the authors from and writing many other of all endonlnsT.the above medical In tbe BILL ran DIVORCE. I 8:46 pm .. . .. ... .. ... .. ..Palatka. ... .. ... ... .....Leave 8KX3 pm

t ;Monday at 10 o'clock purpose strongest Dosslhle tcnna earh and every' laredlen& -v Judicial a:00 .m... . .... .. ... . .. .Astor ... .... .... . .... 8:8u pm
In the Circuit Court. Eighth Circuit ofVlortd.
'of' electing delegates to the Division .- of which "Golden Medical Dlacovy .. In and for Alacbua County; -In .r:: ..... .. ... .Beresford (DeLand) ... ..... . .... 1:00 pm

:Reunion In Pensacola on October 23rd err Dr."!*Fierce'
nd 24th; also to elect omcers for Invigorate stomach. liver and bowel They Divorce Order Publication.It 10:00 am. . . ...... ... .. ..Enterprise........ .. . . ... lO:00aas
need In conjunction with "HoldenMedical appearing by affldavltAppeaded to the. Mil
_:. ,1 08. By orderHORATIO Dlncovery"If bowel are much coersUpesao filed In lobe above Mated oanae that Ebbie PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE. W. BAY JACKSONVILLE
Tks.i .. tiny and *uc r-ooated.. Brown the defendant therein named. I* a
,r DAVIS. Commander resident of the State. of Florida, sad baa been F. M. IXOMMOKOKR. Js., A. O. P. A., Jacksonville Fia.
absent from ber residence for more tbun sixty
:by.c J. C. M'QREW. Adjutant. DR'' days; preeedlntr this order of pu e.t.IoII. and Joint PxirnaBi. T. P. A., 'A. O. HAOMBTT O. E. P. A.,
: October 7th. TRIAL OF ROWLAND. is ooncealintf herself ao that service of subpoena Jacksonville. Fla. Pier 80 N. R., New York.
j"f i, and process be served upon her
1' and is over **e oaanot age of twenty-one O. H. TAYLOB. P. T. M.. O. O. Baown, 0. P. A.,
... Witnesses Tell f Drugs Taken by :years: U I* therefore ordered that said 290 Broadway New York.L .

Notice. "- Engineer Strange. defendant" to appear be and to the she BUI la of hereby Complaint renulred I I). .1o.. .. T. F. A.. L. 8. SCBOBUB O. A.,

Owing to the advance In the price Raleigh N. C. Oct. 7-In the trial filed said eauae on or before Thursday, the Jacksonville. Fit. 4 Leetburjr, Fla.

;. of feed we are compelled to advance of Dr. D. S. Rowland tbe witnesses .Jeg.atlydns of October.aald bUI A. will'best ken eve confessed tb JT G. Cooraa. ; F. A., "v E. SWINDALT. G. F. A.

ftt.the; price of' milk from this date to defense testified Friday by said defendant.It Jacksonville. Fla. Pier M N. R.. New York.
for the i. further ordered that thin order be publJIobe4 C P LOTBU. Agent Jseksonvllle. ala,
ilia Mi cents per quart. that Strange! had taken medicine for once a week for four eoecuUe
t\\ week In The Galneavllle Sun. a newspaper
heart disease in 1906. Evidence was published In sate county and Staie.Tb -
.'of' CARTER CREAMERY also Introduced to show that aconltlnea. ,. September 10th. 11101. .-
M A. T. GRAHAM.. strong nlkallod-was In usa for Clerk Circuit Court,Alaooua Co.. Fla ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
neuralgia and pneumonia, and that A true copy of orUrlnai.
[Seal] 8. H. WIKNOKS.: Cierk Ctroult Court.
Dr. Rowland had about March 12 purchased EVANS HAILB. Solicitor for Compl't.

forty tablets of aconltlne. these (%:noorpQrtecL1':: ;
one ffth of a grain. It
was forty also being testified that be bad used DEED 48M. UNDER or SECTION FLORIDA.!: 8 or CHAPTERLAWS E. E. VOYLE. MGR.

Abstracts of Title and foil information furnished regarding lands laeonnty. this
these tablets in a caw pneumonia.
Notioe la hereby given that A. J. DmCosta.
lJl Former patients of Dr. Rowland who Trustee purchaser of Tax Certlfleate No. 9l3. Our manager has lived In this eoantr thirty years aJutI'
dated the Sad day of July.; A. D. I90O. baa. 1 is thoroughly conversant with titles.. .
yelti Books, Stationer had lived near tbe Strange borne, rued said oertlHoate in my oboe and
testified that they had called Dr. has made application tor tax deed to Issue lo I
.. accordance with law. Said certificate embraces I -
'Sooyenirs Sheet Pictures Rowland 1n cases of illnes about the the following? detwtrlbed property situated E3. E rb"ZE:

Rowland said to be callingon In Alaobua county. Florida, towit: ,
s time was Ne'" of Se 1-4 Sec. IS. TIK II S-. R. 18 -4O
!Mrs. Strange.was acre. ,F1RK ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Representing ..
and Frames she saw In the of- The said land being: assessed at the. date. 0" aqntber of prominent American and English eompanlet
Mrs. Strange
the Issuance of such certificate la the name of REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.
city hall, Janitor testified that she Unknown.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ao- Q-taiaelsvill a s e B"lox'id.la
; 206 East Liberty Street was the woman In Dr. Rowland's office cording to law tax deed will issue thereon on ..... .
D. - ---
who was taken for \11'1'1.: Strange, the Hint day of October. A. IWJT.
Witness my; omolal signature. snd seal this
a111iB8gILTaF. FLORID and that she had heard Dr. Rowland the aoth day; of September A. D. lunrr.

t'ol':_ . say to a patient that h*>suffering had. ordered from some consumption pd-Clerk-Circuit- Court S.Alacbua H. W1KNOES.Co.. Fla. lIvr[ OAK: PM[ I GULP RAIlROAD ((0.

aronltliib for htm. Other witnesses NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX'VY.Y.n

JI.epCo.1i te".tlf.e<1 that lfII. Strange had gone to UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER Schedule Effective April 20. 1906.,
the skating rlnU above Dr. Rowland's
Notice hereby: given.that, Mary F. Cbeves.
offlop then It wa testified' that she purchaser of Tax CertUleate: No. 016. No. I No. S No. I No. 3 No. C' No. It No. 4
bad tllr tte dated the 4th day; of Srt>L. A. U. last has filed Dally; Sun Only Dally ex STATIONS Daily ex Sun Only SunOnJ71 IMU cr:
h goer; rep ps. said certificate In my oClce. and ha" made ap- Sun bus
i The ,,'.Lt.. rrrtetl Its crosexainlna liUcatlon for tax. deed to huiue In acoordanoe -- --- -[-Dr4
Let Us Do Your Work haveMrn. I with law. Said certificate embraces the fol- AM PM PM PM PM M a A"
lion until after recess ra: na to Inwlntr dewcrlbed property; situated. In Alacbua Leave : Leave Leave Arrive Arrive Ar .dAr
Smith& confronted by Mrs. P. U. county. Klnrlda. towit. : s (0 I ro e 40 ....... .. Live 0.11...... .. 4 m b eo Afoe; I 9 :.)
"Jut far as BAKING is eoncerneod.J.Jf'JEeU Se 1-4 of Ne I.. Sec. SI. TV. 10 S.. R. X3. -tt 0Bcrm. N 89 Ar a 00 AI'' a.o 3" . .Demoting &L'345 L. a coo Lv e 1M wt. v II .0
D. Arrlnjrt. who testified thnt itWas .. L..4JL..4." 1v410 a-.k..r ArSftu Ar4M ArOJ
DAKED GOODS delivered to.yocr Mrs. Strange she< saw In the office The said land. being ae.eamed at the date of ..a7 4 .7 Ar4'Sj\ .? .. Mayo; Junctlon ...... a 7s 443 1..900 L.Ar8110 .
home c1.Uy-and there's no woriEY3TONK the Imuauce of such certificate In the name of ArallO Az."O ........ . }>Pl'l'y.; ........ .. ... ... .L..M 1..00 Lv 8 40ArlolI
; on the ,I.at.Ira.: Smith ray ale I Unknown. ) AI'.II m_ Ag_96. ._ 'lamL'ton .Spring.. . Lv_.108_ ILv S s) Lv. 71)? J.v.S M
r'7..r. Unless said certificate. shall be! redeemed &c-
there. Judge
!- _. saw :Mm.' Arrlnpton:: .nn1lnw to law. tax deed will issue thereon. on Conn ilon made et bowling Park for all trains to and from Live Oak and Perry, and at
i Long:: re'iiiodtfd, Mrs. Smith to dress. the nl.t day of (Hr. A. D. IMr, lion aDd Mar Junction for Mayo. Alton and all IntrmeOlate poinut. .
: Wltnens my official signature and seal this. for Information .. to connections with otber ilnea.'phone or call on General Pssneevsr
; BAKERY, at she wa* ilresved Hint day. the autb day; of Mepteniber. A. D. IwR7a. Agess'Phone If?. Lcwln Ilulkllnir. Oak.
-fberne. IRS. It. T. SCI1AFKK.: l'rowr'i:1. _.- II. WIt:NGF.M. THOMAS 1KJWUNO. Prcaldent. K. P. IfOP INS.Cienera! Iaa ee er Ar'nt
c. ixl Clerk Circuit Court Alacbua Co. ""I.. r.rve' 0..... FLn.UDA.

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CASTORIAFor Atlantic Plumbing Co.

Infants and Children. ,NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE
SIMPSON! HKOS., Proprtetore.Plumbing .
.. Practical. STUMP PULLER i The KUtd Yau Have Always Bough)

,"i WUIiston. Florida. I Bear the #T ,

ofMassachusetts :
Bitfnature Jamestown
I II Steam and Gas Fitting ExpositionIt

i.. Public. highways and farms. clear-' II I I

.!t of stumps ou short notice at reasonable Republicans: Iieiie en short .otlC"f'

I fttston-rt.. t, When tike d..II ,,- "
: MACHINERY FOR I is Complete in Every Department.
I Sat"rirday AU work guaranteed to be'erat-ca.s.; lt>alr
S hall
.: r.tt't fathered at > ntihony| work a sp*<*lalty.Itomriab .

ALE. Correspondence solicited. i"I for the repuhlloaa! state' con. !'r our Phone Numl-. I IM.

...., . -.... ._- .. . vpiiilon. rates fi iiml. the state ticket Wait .IIICH..1 ST., IJAINESVII.Lt t"LA.

whlrh Hu'lr! orxjnlrKtlon. : will .u&lfW.rt _ ._
-- ----, -- - -- --
South FloridaNomaL1nstjtUt. for motion I this >.-..r aJr *iljKltciftl ,l The War-Path Air-Ship

-.--. from s vernor down. The! platforto i ,

thin )vnr "U drawn up br ("onKre-; T. F. THOMAS I

man William S. tin-en of Kali River r rand '

It war xupposfil tu t follow o\it the CO. Naval Display

principles of the "PUbllt"A party andIt UNDERTAKJNG

wits fxp "cirti that, Its dlffoifnt

planks would be retained without .lt.. Will interest ami) instruct 'ou. Do not fail to goat

jA RAISE YOUR GRADE-That raises sent. - I I FULL LINE OF f once.


your salary. The South Florida j Napoleon Bonaparte i 1I I For beautifully illutmto tl l rolflt r, containing niaj<,

Normal Institute will give you the Showed at the tattle' of Autterllli. {i --- ---
I Ole-criptitie l inntt T. :; ::?>t /f f l.ot.'I!?", vtc. write
he wa the greatest lender in the<< 1.0 ILA' TI I'ORM11iiCIIE
test help In raising your grade. i iI hast t
Itallard's Snow Liniment
I : : ,TS. Ttlnlt'.. O\Eh: :
South Florida Is the wealthiest and | shown the public it Is the bent llnltuvnt j: FRANK C. BOYLSTON
a..eI IUOX FEM n''''.
moet progressive part of Florida. It lu the world A quick cure for _

rheumatism sprains burns, rub etc. IW.s. our --|""'+the.oed DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT JACKS8NVHJLE FLORIDAATLANTIC
: pays the be.t salaries. If you want . ,
-- ----- --
Av C. lltts. Rod *, fa. says: "I
a good rchool In South Florida attend t attea__ I v. a4 wailer..la
the South Florida Normal. use lUlktrd's Snow Liniment In nir . 'k
j this tree Man say l > r f' order*

X For further particulars ad dreesF. family and And it unexcelled for !sore .rowoll.; attended" to. t ne <>
headache in fact for -- -- -
j chest, !, corns UIIE ::

W. CORR, A. a.. Principal anything that ctn be reached] by altulmcDl. Gainesville. Florida. UK.

C s tIde City Florida ." Sold by W.. M.. Johnson. ,


K Ny.. r 3a ',:sat t1 :' .1 t. ."-.'""'T-:::... rJi;M&.il.; U\IL.1..... ,,1'; -j.J": .t. ..;' .,, r! T "" :i tw i ,r.4. .' $kf+'0 a{ y Y tr

to : e ,ly
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. . LEt OCTOBER 3. i O i
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c-:::::: -- -- - --
urday of making the first record by JJ'tTa: x:1Hee: :n Oa HD
DEPOT AT, ( the new "process." 4 NATURE"S i

Contractor n "man. who has the SS

TO GROUND contract for laying of lateral sewer : DR. UxVKRKB.: .MORRIS. .,.
connections states that the work is e e TQ rIC

progressing finely. Many of the "
r I 'ry one should take I . . DENTIST.'. .
streets have already been a In the: Spring ; tictr! systems require it.
Morn. completed, Thv .
Fire Early Sunday .i Jia4" l>ccomc i.uitt :anti l i..b with
Canght and he Is ... sln.gi: accumulation: left in the .
now working -----
on Arredondo *' : "T. : the .
and Loss Was Complete.THE t.ltlt in.ld' indoor lit, atvl from tus! licavv, rt.'h ftuuds of the
I log, street: He expects to finish the in\\ in' on. ThebU" I 1. hcill;j ia thin! unnatural ami disordered\ condition Offlcn "'.I'r! "IU"1I4 :bajet. 1.1)I.Q.-3 nw.
r work as prescribed by contract in nix ti". 1'C; to furnish tare; l ody with the incroai' amount of nourishment .
ROOF WAS IN BAD SHAPE months, when the sewerage system net i> ,- I.!v for the more energetic; :: life of Spring atul Summer anti the .\ stotti - ----- --- jI

will be placed in active consmts'stoll.Dr. stints fruutdebility, \veatnesiicrvou.sncsj*, inJi' xc>tu>tt, los of apatite,
and l many other unpleasant symptoms of a di-ottlcrttl blood circulation DR$. .U.UF.tnLl'1.U U .
Shingles' Were Badly Decayed and E. M. Banks who recently arrived "lit'zI the system is in this niti-lo\vu and lionlcivd. convlitiou it i in not safe )

Highly Combustible-Rlley A. An. In the city to assume a position to take: unknown concoctions, barsapxtiUa.cotiiixnintls, etc., b-catii.e they IENTI4r4.: ; \

Who Used House as Store. on the faculty of the Universityof uiu.icontain: : potash or some other equally strotijf and harmful mineral .
derson Lo... Florida declares that he is becoming ingrc.hcnt: wliich nets unfavorably and often danj-cron: :\ y on the depleted, F. -
Suffered Heavy, weakened( Office over Duttoa A Co's. Baa,
Room, system at a time:\rhen it needs and natural
more in love with Gainesville and gentle stimulation to :
t11rootI the impurities and its Phone %111). Uia...rlll". FU. ,.:
Wade. October 7The depot at its people every day. Dr. tanks Is recuperate lost energy. S. S. S. is nppropri
ateJ.dl __ __ .
tonic. It is made entirely of herbs and
fire at roots barks
Wade was destroyed tey an one of the finest and most popular from the .. "
great storehouse: of forest and field selected for their purifying and!
morning also anA :
hour Sunday educators In the .
early our people health-re.storin2 qualities, and 81! it does not contain the slightest trace of
C. I* box car. which was standing will be glad to know that he Is pleased mineral in any form it is perfectly safe' for younpr: or old. S. S. S. acts DR. ROUT C. BOWEn !

in tbe siding close to the depot. with_GalnesvlUe and the University.lion. directly on the blood, ridding it of all i impurities nut! iH>!.\ml. and restoring
origin of the fire Is unknown. the lost properties of rich nutritive DENTIST'
thHt is able
The Frank Clark and wife have strength .o it to supply the
the supposition Is that it caught sy Uju with the healthful invigorating needed to the
but a passing train. The shingles to their home In this city af .," of the :y<"ar. Its action i i the most energy pleasant; prompt and pav satisfactory tryin8t".lS. lilies in Miller Law, Esehange.; ..

from nearly rotten, and an A. C. L-.' ter a delightful visit to points in of a'l! t'Miic' and thost> who feel the need of s uh: :\ medicinevill do. well to
were were here to repair the Georgia and elsewhere, and friendsare cr'mn.c: the its" of S. S. S nt on.'o. S. S. S. rotor J lost energy relieves Office Thou No. :?t3. Ke.iJi.Q<*. Ifo, l80;<

crew of Monday men morning.The glad to welcome them again. the ti: I. I. WOf't1.0.1t feeling, hC'lr' the appetite: md. digestion: atul; nddn tone -I .--- -- .
cover Their sons and daughters have been aadvi 1.: 'r to the .system. THE -
fire started at the front and a t
placed In various colleges and as Col.! .
have burned through -
must -- - - -
spark and Mrs. Clark will bo alone they T.R. KU.IS. JH..
and fell Inside the depot 'which
have decided not. to keep! house the i
the conflagration. .
started - -- -- .
Through the heroic work of the coming winter. They are pleasantly I A rl'OltNEY..tT I.A WJ3AKKR ,
located at the White House, where
the balance of the town was I \11I
citizens they will be glad Jo see their frlen R. (}Alut.VLL.. FLOaiaa
saved from destruction. depot -
Was occupied by Riley & Anderson Rev. Francis II. Crnigblll of Holy' ,I

as a warehouse and they had about Trinity Episcopal church In this city

$1.20'') in merchandise In the depot. who with his family Is attending the : MATHK5ON; A n.\XTEJ.. ;

Nothing was saved aid the loss was general convention of the Episcopal I '
total to the above firm with no in Church in Richmond., writes The ,

surance.: __ m Bun that he Is having a flue time, and : i . HOI.ICITOHH IS CHAMJKRY. .
that the convention is great. He directs -

NEWS OF CITY, ANDCOtm1'Y that his paper be changed from I I i
O.UNKSVIM.K. Alachua Co.. F J.
Washington, where Dr. Cralghill and Gt' I
CONDENSEDMax dice In H Blook,
family have been visiting to Rich <* .. .
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sat11i'Jlrown mond. Dr. Cralghill states that Hon.W. .
: Krauss of Savannah !
W. Hampton Is also attending the F.IUHNNf.HA. .
House.C. .
C. Pedrick and J. R. Emerson con ven tlo'n.Captain I is the Best ATTORNEY AT r.\W,

spent i Sunday at Tacoma.For A. Paul special agent of A fro O.\lN."YII.L.. 'tnalo.
the United States land office has returned All
Sale-600 boxes choice oranges. i of ---
from his old home Duluth. '
ready for Immediate shipment. M- J. Can sell. you,. its property, (Ira-
Minn., where he has been on his an- I
Ward, Tacoma:!: Fla. proved and / ), pbo phaw, ,.
nual vacation to his sons and daugh- and farming. Umlt. ,
There are many mail ;ordrr whUkle on tlie rn..rkC"t. S-,m" trucking lead him |
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chase have returned ,
list of what oBfwr for .1.! 21s2a
time. s
ters. lie reports n Captain the IU- you
from an extended and delightful Jl'ltOd---ImlllC" otlx-rwKr. \\> arc prulNtbly only whiskey 1
Paul say the weather In that till r.. whit iiinkr n "t.e'lltlty| Arul l it study of inrilichiid vt hi|,"I.*j.Atro .
tour of the East. section of the country Is fine now, a j J. A. OAKUdl.K' :,

J--Ter. Malphurs has gone to Bowling light frost! having appeared about ten l 1'1 the( name HIlni,t* given our hlgl-grude" tarn or rye i AT70KNKY: AT LAW

Green, Ky.. where he will enter days ago. The crops and lumber interests whiskey! made \by the "1"rilUith.1..lh..I: :' nod! eepeially j rHiMn- t
the Southern Business College. have been good during the season Invalids. And riolicltor In Kqally
uiul InlUta fur
mrtle l ami |>rr"<'rilwt| by plij Judge Horatio Davis has returned with the result that everybodyIs .and contsleMenti.A. . R.s. F.'a', Conv.ysn.ing aDd Gsa,> a Jrsl
from Ms. Airy Va.." where he has beenon prosperous. PraaI.,4. All buaI ln..' p"QtI It ,
his annual Vacation. The Judge I attended to. OWee neat door t. OOJi ,!,.

in looking well and says he enjoyed Attention of If. J.IN Dempsey called! to the new advertisement find secondhand II I .fro Rye or Corn is Express Prepaid noire. tat'ts.vlt. La. r..olllD., \
-- '
his \Ult immensely. 'f
furniture which Illtl.arelsewhE're I on Southern Express Lines
I... K. Reed of Isle of Pines Cuba In this l Issuer- Mr. Dempsey 1

JaJ in the city on a visit to his sister. :has been for years engaged in the I i Round-Trip RatesAtlantic 1.

Airs. J. II. Morton. Mr. Reed Is makIng furniture and repair business here
Four Full Quarts $3.40
( quite a success at orange growingin and his ability as a furniture man and

that country, which he declares Is cabinet maker U known throughoutthis (
assorted ti.v like ._ffl t --
Shipment yon
the finest on earth.J section. Furniture Is sold on

easy payments and a specialty Is
T. Swlndal of Newberry was I
among those: who spent yesterday in made of repairing. Furniture Is also This wliukpy |M,t..r.",<*<. n rare .ml deiirale. atonal *'lel l .n :

Gainesville. Mr. Swlndal. who was sold on commission. Storage rooms eaquirite"" | InMiqurt' It h i ri li in uouri.luiicnt nml) tissue liullJInprojKrtir Coastline

for Home time engaged In the livery are operated| In connection, where *. nrnl srerptablr l to ".....1.1.,1 drhe. .1.JlII4ChA. j !
household' and other goods will betaken
business at Newberry recently disposed
of at reasonable rates.
of his interests to G. T. Ken- care I
-_ "Ask the Revenue Officer"K 'i
nard. : "

The many friends of Jas. R. Merchant J EFP SIMONSOKAI.CK I i ; !

business manager of The Suri "rry nhipinrnt guaranteed t., 1,140. ..rt>l .tlfy or avittryfrfumiMl RailwayTO
*III regret to leant that he is still con- r* l .pr.....lllIf.
fired to his bed. lie bears his illness

with great patience however, and j
Pins h*. would be satisfied If he only j Fresh Saltwater Fish ---
i -- nit: ." .;,;
Jui -w just when he could get out of i iIhf '

house a<:tln. I .j ,

)'Ir.nht I i R.M.RoseCo. ; Jamestown Exposition::

''''a-hIPu In thU city, has returned

truth :Norfolk.; where li., went. tn at- L- a I I I If i i.

t"'nd a convention of the officers and Ii f Jacksonville. Flu. i ; 5I 15 5 0 -On.dh tuuUft1( toXa,.;

f'"i'i.141)".*a of that corporation. He rtt- >. i f<)UI on ..1-! ..oh Tu*.. ,
; hurts .\ moat enjoyable tin'. The Atlanta. Ga. Chnttanouiza. Tenn. ,, day snd I", 1,t.y.' Ilnl"" '.n days. Nei'.

t convention was. largely' attended and OYSTERSIn I : .t.p.o5.r. fS24

I H I... I lift HIt of Arre , in tb. 70.-I---.n. .
city y Mter Iay Mr. 1k-"t1JfO hop--Oy.n&,..;
t hail with him l GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA I
a petition signed by alarge .
I I'sr3 within boil
f ()rder from nearest point' f
nuaitxr of residents of that sec-

k tk n r.Hiue.ting that the route of a c.*rtm to arrommodat ) ( .. yd., lI Ieke1. tAO4 r

' ,. i ntfM<"M.d hard roa f- bfOP ...hanlC..1lu tbe I am trade now with prepared the best. the market - --- 3,20 .'....liw .r.. IOp.07.;. !

a distance ofa tulle, more or less affords In this line. Phone 1:6. alto .t| wilt,' 'i Inrals.C2f .
hi Idl he presented to.t h.- Hoard of

Count Commissioners at their' roeettair << - a.un Ileket.. bed ,la

""- iJ N $flu.M4l W' .M ..r.J A 4nr J1t IJ 1 15- "11.'", .top-overs .Ii.: 1Iv.

.\m ug the prominent visitors to : w,>t w.itiin" 'hntit of D..1. 12th d''t
Bank in Central Florida"H.
this city yesterday were John r*. MeNatr "Oldest

and on-ui-law. J. n. Patterson

er Laur..nhurg. S. C. Mr. McXairl I SUMMER TOURIST RATES

I I. IT.. ld'!mt of the Florida' Land Comr . J IIU"UKtt: Ja''r'J-rat.a
I H. F. DUTrOJ of t .l.U:' T"f" DUTTOn RAnK I ( YrrM JAChttu % IL1.l:
"nmember of the flrni of thea4 \ K M CMr., .. xr.lilsh
\ f MrNalr Company and U ex W R'Of4400. ; U.\ MILK iMll.r-LIMIT ( ]
ten.uv.-Ir interested In this section of d co ,,....U." Mj .r. Cot. . . . . . ..... i01.p9'
Full Paid 575.000
the' State dicta looking after his. In- 4 w.:"HASi" ":"' Capital n r IUTTU The Dutton Ualne..111.. CU. .. . . . . .. i7Jitlf
*.. *..ts here. BANKERS MrGAINESVIllE.. FLA. j A.HACt.?+snv. CT4ca u>. 1IL . . . . . . M.KsJU. 4 ..Ot.IMtoft. .

(.. x M t't.-eT.. Bank Mkt. .. . . ,. . . . MIA >
J tik Ni"tOf" : .It
II"' new book typewritingwapar nl&.bD! . . .
Ylagsre M. r, .
I, '. .tahU.a&f'CI r.: D TCRY: 18 .
<-haMl through RC COUNTY and CITY J TMOMAK
tea. ..J 25a' 1"1 Pttt.fa-ftey. O, . . f'n
r.a _. & Co Jacksonville baa now 1..'::1 DEPOSITORY W K. TU<>MA... LfwikoMt ML. T on. >

"'Ka Installed In tIN omelet of Clerk Wa.hhi ton. (X C. . ... 1e'I

'W"4 lt lent+ e. at. ..the:...eo...Iat' .........wta cad Mr fly.a4 ., A.a_& .bee dIs V Is. 6.ii stain-..,/v d.a a ....m1/4 A essr.rp .fast .i is Lme.. d.=d - Iftim .....,. Am. Tor farther lafarouUion sat Tb'Mwr m.s.f

? -. '. .", "" ';a 1, . .a.slrt sd F.A/ti....,...,.,

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OF: ::CITY' AND I IAUbll C McCleuny of Cadillac spent > :

Sunday with friends In this city I
COUNTYCONDENSED TOOLSIf I Toilet soap 10 cents a box three .l

E 'ak. x t > bov: \tlsfi\ctlon KuiranteeU: .

u:1" ..-*\ tile 5 and it-Cent Store i

:attars of General Interest Gath. I I t''of and Mr- P. H HollS ami chi? WILSON'Shave ,1 PI riw
flr"1! i.I, tie returned from a l.-U ;hr"III.
ered by.Oar :Reporters. you are a carpenter OIMO *'I,,: 'n the Jamestown R'I"\; 1Ir.1un''
and i .
.1 IIt-r points.! -
your own \\"nrk. our line of I ,
PErsoNAL ANA D-; ,SOCIAL ITEMS l*. I n tennis of Unttt'li. general HO :

Tools will intercut: you. x Penn t. relent of the Dutton PhH"I\lmh' w, just received 27 cases t
What Has Happened and What Is I Comt".ur> was trnnat" tin< buliu._It _.

Going to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs Disston Hand.Saws.Hatchctsall in iiune",vitlo }e'lttt"rda I new go Is, and expect as many more .

So That "He Who Runs MayRead" Th. Hoard of County Comml,xioit within $ next few days direct from
ers held )
In The Sun. a special uuH'tliiR :Monday. In
ronipliance with the law to receivethe New Ywk. We show
.. expect to
A. I Vldal.
House for rent. ; tax hooka from Tax Assessor! Col you I
pay your city license at once. Hammers-all kinds and sizes. soil. the largAM: and best selected stock of

Ladles' calling cards at 'The Sun Brick Trowels Mrs: Dr. C. I... Carter told IOU! have aye
and Hammers. Dry Goads this of
office. returned from LaGrange, Oa.. where season any store in

For the best printed stationery call Automatic Screw-Drivers. they spent thu in\ 't three months the inteytar\\ of Florida.
o@lce pleasantly with the eorD1f'r'aunt..
at The Sun .
Alrn s i:. flutchttisonO .
J. c. and J. M. Halle of Alachua Automatic Drills. r.
Sunday In this city. Petre left Sunda)" for Palatka.w.her SEETi
spent Ratchet Bit Braces. ., Ih has thecontract t for KT.UIOllthlc -
value In lace and embroidery.
i paving of the Kliiewnlks. He 1
Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store. Bits of all kinds. has .a 1.irjce force engaged on the ) New Belts New Neckwear
smart boys wanted at Gainesville
Two work and reports( good |progress: '
Bottling Works Apply at once. Levels-wood and iron. .5 New Lq tf s New Embroideries New
Don:1 hiss Perry, who has beet holdIng ,

ment."anted-CCOk.Apply at. good.once.steady ContinentalCafe. employ. Chisels and Squares. fitly agt MICJ' of an Atlantic ( na.t Gloves, New Dress Goods and New.

Iinet" it Ion In South FlorltU. his returned
I Everything you need in the Tool to his home In this city' and Trimmiry
Our chocolate candy can't be beat line. will t'Itt'r school on :Monday Doug, ; p

for the price.. Gainesville 5 and 10- I' li<* \ tn a most efficient young man for

Cent Store. one 01 IIIH age and gave his .-tn|'loTK IJ1 A OT

For Rent-Furnished rooms for BAIRD HARDWARE CO. great ,ttUfaction. ,r' t

light housekeeping. Apply 304 W. Huiltlin/tC/ Material, Lime Planter. .F II W>'lie. the iiurtrj man and Lots and lots of pretty things in"Hobby
Church Ct'lm nt. I.atIU'lIhin' l,'-" .l..h.. I R sal toads advocate InterlachenPutnirn ,
-A-. E.-- Plnholster. a progressive farmer Hlin.l" ami I>'IIr:4.f county. was lit iaintsvllle. onhiisiner.4 a\\d\ up-to-date merchandise.

of Brooker, was trading In the )..t"lIb'rdl11 t'. "')'lIt' Is.
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city yesterday See our 10-cent line of candy. coiiht.intl: talking! good roads. mid I It I .

Everything In school children sup* Gainesville 5 and 10.Cent' Store. was largely through his littlutMito tint sEfcz A LS ;
plies at the right price.,I Gainesville the road between Patatka and Inter ..
Wanted-Two or three rooms suit
5 and 10-Cent Store. laclieu.IH projected: Work IH now tprogresslttg '
able for light housekeeping. Address 50iO{) yards New Ginghams and
For Sale-One comparatively new Box 191. City. | on this road.

International Harvester steel hay. Mr. and Mrs. Harold It. Arnoldare Millinery Opening- '1'his l-t to in 1 Percale I t1-t 1 IOc, 12 1 1 1-2c & I 15c yard.
press. Apply at Sun ottlce.Elght J form the ladies and public Kenerull
at Daytona tteach. where they ,
1200 'E. t.t t I will have niuuiiil fall .
-room house to rent. will recuperate for a few days. inj openIng
Alachua avenue two blocks from of inlllliier> on Wednesday amThnrsda /
The best line of 5-cent lace and 10-
High I School. Apply on premises. >'. October '. and 10, when all
cent embroidery ever offered, at
Monday was rule day but matters Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent. Store. the latent styles will be shown In Mrs. R. Wilson I Iv '
were rather quiet around the courthouse ad IPS' headwear. Open| evening Tin 1 -
County Judge Mason being Attorney J. A. Williams returned public U cordially Invited Mrs. S, -

his vacation. last night to Cedar Key after spend W. Le irande. 10S i:. I.Ibcrty street
away log two or three days with his family North side square.
Have 'you ever tasted a true lemon here. t

extract? You. will never know what _H_ 1 1TOM'ORRDW
Nicely furnished room on block ad. -- *"" . .
- '-'
a delightful flavor a true lemon Is un -- - ---
Joining to rent. Apply In
til Blue Ribbon. Mount vVrnon Lodg
front of Baptist church or at Sun ;
NIce six-room cottage for rent or oMce. No. :2O! \V l1llhte' <>f 17

tale, on West Masonic street. 'Apply For Sale-Complete net of Rld- lhln. <\ \'yf.. tonl*h( atH

409 S. University street. Plenty room path Histories of the World. Nine "..e. assare my life tomornw"Tbat' :(X) In t1l vlrO" .*.(le 11.11 RESTAURANTI

for cow garden and chickens.J volumes. Address W. L.. Beck, 700 over -Ij'. Uon'* Hank
N. Shealy of Rochelle was In the Park Place. ppso.l-but t how' .1.. yon know" Work in the rank of I! hl..ht/. Vl.itliiK' I'trwr-Heat I Pe.t.Mee. .
city :Monday and called to have The titers I irt going to lie any tomorro for riroihers welcome J. .* MI'VVMTMIM, O, -.hate.-1'
W. G. Richardson and Frank H. 4'uMirnlentlr list-sled Vet .
yon? C. : t:, A HmUNK. K V* It .\ 8.
Sun sent to his address. Mr. Shealy Two I..,... t."ut": Vans i'
Hale have returned from points In It is the Policy in furs' T )1).11'that __._ N-
report. matters Qulet.ln his section. I'.wrtnm t''nwr",,
Suwannee county., wherl they have M going/ to .proNft the ui lo\ii James Fisher' and "(1\\"(% turn( HiiKle

:Mrs. S. C. Means of Mlcanopy. Was been for the past few days on buslnexs. anal orphaiM of t..rnUI"nIW' are at home again. "Ht"f>\ u vUlt to P'IRaT.CLAaa "CHEF. ." Irte.

In the city for a few hours Saturday.She Honletltn.-t.! 'twM.n two .\\y* IttkgulusH I...t. 1'lie fyrV,iivr, has brew .. ;

was en route from Columbus, Ga.. Mr. and Mrtt. Ill (I. Remhert haven' your tumorniwH will all |I.MHM into yt-M- sick' far<< mime tlm.. Vf\|' frleiiiln/ will. t,

where she has been on a visit for the moved Into the, 605 N.' Pleasant J tenlays.NirMtyMven. he glad to leHrn that f\V| ondltlou' I I.KrE'Rtly I. OYSTERS

;past few weeks.A. street where they are now comfortably J"Trit' of all death Improvi. !,:
I claims t Matfc
Wen 'ke Is prepared to do all located and will be glad to Canada l byThe Among the prurnitshflf, >IMHI ( itttortieyM I Th. Very Out Selected Oysters Just

kinds of contracting and carpenterork. welcome their friends. of Florida. whtilted/ (2ul>ivllln .'. In-Served Any Style.

upholstering etc. Satisfaction Moler Barber College Atlanta. Ga.. EQUITABLEduring Hatnrduy war Tfl4\", VV. .KhMIngHtarkf

guaranteed and bond given when re- teaches the trade by free clinic and ur fol FieldlIt. IIUM hennilnted I MEALS 1Sc.
*.. ...ltl.... wilMn,: O.NK:' :
11 n
ouired. Alachua !
1102 careful .
avenue. Instructions In few weeks; positions run> make hi/ future
- --- waiting for everybody. who will I\V. : _.altar vv:':.li_ .proof.iv ClMiiif* !of, ileMtli an fi wtr"t 'i'Hi.- received .II Iiminetimti here. He Mould tin w \,jVifUe. li."l"UIII"j'' I PiJCe for Ladle.. Qerttlemert and i !

learn. Write for particulars.The ly it i is. tixually due to el..,Ujron ">' the |irofe*"ioii, l but Vf tilt |M*.fdgenentllv | .' Children.
regular monthly meeting of the thn part .>f the rH-netiriMr>' in IOIIt. \ Quick Lunohee a Specialty. '+'

El Dorado Cafe Wonwn'M Home Missionary Society of Ililtting complete.' pallier.. ('Mptalii. II ('. Parked, .al,. III"T> liintiitd ;

the First Methodlut church nil! meet COUPONI'tll all I I round iMinlnoVy inttn of .Iwtr I

,, .', M-nt Hiindiiy J Its, flue city II.! STOVE WOOD
lit the lecture room thlw afternoon at lilt .UIIIIUlit I t'. P. I'. 1..1111..11. "** "| ]
..... tubs < F Parker
IH to
i0 t o'clock A full atttn'ian jinn- hrothey ,
ABOUT OYSTERS pascal l \ifiil teuustill.. (-I* ,
desired. who I IN i .Hiniu'd I lit tri\ /)"tl f-'<'|11.l )> -
lt* a matter of ennlblcneer'aIthlcn'v < from the of l lul .
rft 14't tt surd
.. np.I, X. Thompson, the itaptlstIllvitto Witlioul > | \VU in
in tlm person -.lIillattI"III. (' oM-r.itlou| but frlujs' Alll' I," .l lai| run supply you any *;
If you know they urtvliun-, of Island Grove, paused through action tN,.ll l 1.* ulft' & to IIMM-ou '''
.11.,1 l proiierly. pus' ,,''' anal (.", ..l- the city yesterday l enroute" lif ,i.e from t" i Imrn. that he I Isylfing\ nl'.riKIf I II quantity from mm
,,, ,,'n.1 l foil. l..rtl.-III. n tfinlingyour / ..
I l-anly, thii you are atIstlc.l.4)3.trn.n :--.wt'rr.r. where on Sunday he a .
'nsnin careful attention"Inn the rite of bajitlsru umnDr newrM: >.\UI" P- H.>/letr. ofthe ,
away fnmi lta'art, Mil''I1.111.1 rt.II.t! "'finr li will, \'b')>t Its r-KU uaF'.rprlrr.apply
-l. l IM | wlmknown and \lrl4. We -ks. | '
1.n.'pan..1 by one li . . . . of 'lr >. utirlylife 1" ,. K. h11.1t "''E. 'j'
at a irlnc i if tlwy ar" tit Major \\". It. Thomas has returnedfrom t. 'Mranc ,lar i.if tliiK this t Tt\*It''*' utter
too I. (''Jk"l. '.....11 1111 ;i :p. u.rh.ck' 'iy1r11 II.'nl..rlOr 1\
For two "J\IOI'1bt" I ha\-1''I'd".1 l St. 14X11rf. Mo. and children Haan:1l\uoa.n'it" of H I".n-m . . ", >Br. of m..-. Hie .......let> is I rt..,u-V'J U I,' pre
d.1 ... N J" tlrs. Thomaii awl GAINESVILLE TIE COMPANY 2:
: .n..1 the .tss .
y.st /y'st.r. .. ant a. hula iiiwtlnjc. \V'y, Ail' >Mf wh they "renjoyliiK ,
latter re
the 111a(
and at
xr \ii haw never li'npUuit lOtt?
t t.1 ..
. I Mi \ I.
\ our
'.. I They att.e MKhtcil, nil lite l.s'11r. Ah>tr ( hurrhwuilll ,,
tJ..rn"e.1" I nun'finely
1 1'1 liev ar, hen, IItJW'-a&wl.l as t..y. E''I''t to I" absent fnr another month hew '""" Inter*..!. \t *r' "Mt, ..."k t
-.1.', IH. Fir-tlaM4<< I in ever> way." .lddrra 1 + nut otrt I II.. Th. me-ll',11\\ III 1 Itf h.-lot. Alacfioa Coany: [ Abstnct Co. "
.","''i evry night till l IIt\4)-:: < ..r if iMor *iiry. ,....Hlhtinic: Cuuutv Tau At"***"*"" < ' .. J. -- j '., .-... ....
1 n .. h.i .l .,,,U1)1I - I .r, a _. /4.a .I tl I....,..... Vt.. iftW
Ill bin ( mr. a c -pt- a I. .,.. ... ........ ,.....
.. M. / rl.s .1' oJ
-- --- - - I Station and ai *
mimed with the hi.Ktfwrlment new flntle y.tfOre1. MrPolkrt THE I ] ARNOLD() I ,MOUSEa ) ( IS."V'l.l.: ----- ... } L1.

I Id regarded n" a mot effleient ,J.> an enlu.he Ab4Ua.cC 6Nahr
H. J. DEMPSEY accountant nt.* with f.cltltl.. tor ImP4rUIIC .... ..
a )lF:.' sl > .STKII.T: '. '
'ur"r".I1" rrwr.rning\ the TII. !
Mr. Hoy a I C.w>k and fi.fnnt non and\ %
- stud all l. -- uir fi & >ua
hiss 'IK-MUM (*n.k. hair return.si l fromJackxnullle ROOMS AND BOARD. TABLE BOARD A SPECIALTY' I All l business' trPM"''' prearptjy.. cxttyti,;'
where they went lo hare -.-J ;a)
Mew and. See..-..... of 'lrcum"a"lon C'I'.rr.dUloon -- ---
the rite
the baby who .sa. christened i iJo I- w>

FURNITURE .e|,h The JewUh cer-mntiy Rabbi was In JarkMKivllle I..rtnrnl'. C.-.I.&I 'Impart ai.. I has/rue. ...,..,t.....
ed by the ,
i U' .tie ..... .ttau.a./ Fl:N PER: L"'T: IN. ,"
niturt S M :
'll , *) on Ka-y A called meetfnK of Klrbr Smith Ce.1.t.. .... F._ -I &..j,. '1 fSU: : T .n.-.J w S..igtvIr.L..1 .

; fllcntlJ. how CU"f"o' Chapter. United IJlAucbtu of the Gen ..... Ii- ..l... JA9. Al.CItA/IAM. N. LW, It. FIYIN' v....,..... tl..y..s.s..r./.Tir..Car., ,

I.I"f to Ordwr. Uf-pdirill federacy. will b# heM at the botne of svsa .i .r '*.s'.d..e ..... II.r: 'rAYIX><<( C.J.tiWs .-*, 1.J'J; JtAfI.\t. A.M' l....." ....... 4'

.. :--1-cmlty. S.11]1 on Coin- Mn II. II. MeCrea-y Fast: Liberty rsa.owJ....I Fist. 1.N"IF.Jr T wl .w rh...

'. :"-IOn.StDrate .tre (. at 4 cluck. this aftefnomi, at. All '-"- ""-' Ie United States State County a.A City Depository "Y" 1-, .-J 1eJ1 ,.

which del.- ate. to the Central Cooventlou. ..... No.w. .... "-- _, ... ...-...
___ M r.IImfcy>lllaI to b bW In Norfolk. Va __ c.J.J .rl _cw_ .,. -... ott: OOU\H w rs

IC.a.m.abI... I tat.,.. will b* elected and fiol rran.e- _. '
for the entertainment ......... THE OLDEST I'\NK; IN Y'-fE' COUNTY
I x91( t. 1:.... St.. ttolMarlll, FU. ment will If made .
a s'a to b* given. by the chapter

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