Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00894
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 9, 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: VID00894
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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,, N Rowland. Case Verdict of Not GuiltyIs Four Men- Attempt to Rob the Bank [
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Raleigh N. C, Oct. 8-;:-The Juryin Leeds, Ala.;' Oct,:.S..--An, ecro. who.

yes at Better, Pa., f En a the Rowland murder trial at 9JO: Alleged to .Have .Mddeie_ d was shot in the hand, and captured : Cotton Kings of the World Asbte -
o'clock Sunday morning. returned. a here Sunday' alght' by Constable' Oeo>.
W!';Shower of Molten Metal. verdict of acquittal with a very fw Farmers, and a GirL Lamar, (-confessed' to being one ,&f the la Atlanta.
) people in the court room at the time. party' of four men. two aJte and two
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Dr. and ,Mrs. Rowland were charged:: negroes, who robbed tide bank at
\4> DEAD; 20 FATALLY HURT wltli poisoning: the womna's former CAPTURED AFTER A, YEAR Bed don- "Sunday night. WILL BE SESSION OF 3 DAYS
husband Charles R. Strange. / Coming so close on the. heels of the
,'a The Jurors slept Saturday night after Trial of Chariest Henry Rogers, which two big robberies, ODe'.t Sedtion and
.wlatal Pot Upset, Pouring the White bela-g discharged and did not be- one at Pelt City', the constable believes James R., McColl Called Conference

r; Hot Liquid on the Men, Some of ging consideration of the case until Began Monday at Goshen Will Be oe has the right party. to Order Making a Notable Address

''y' Whom were Literally{ Cooked-Was after breakfast Sunday morning. The One of More Than- Passing, Interest About S o'clock 'Sunday night Constables .
(to..J} first ballot resulted in a verdict for '. Lamar and Smith were standing -Deiepates Represent A3a' eJate
:,'tl Shocking and Heartrending Scene. acquittal. ) in the drug store; when they of, $3,967,000,000.Atlanta .

:I.t Butler I'a. Oct, S.-An explosion Dr. Rowland attended Strange In nls Cpshen. N. Y. Oct. 8.-A murder heard a noire in the bank which adjoins .
;f caused by the 1I1'UII" of the metal last Illness and It was alleged that trial of npre than passing luter- fhe storne. Tney went toward Ooct. 8.-The first th' todaya'
Vpot In No. 1 cupola of -Staii.laid the doctor and Mrs. Strange' poisonedthe eat began here Monday when Cbaa. the '''bank with their pistols drawn'!' session of tbe international c'm

;;Steel company h* rn caiib d tile Jfoltb"J.or latt r's "husband. The motive was Henry Roger wag called on to answer and, ready. Constable Smith went to ference of cotton manufacturers ac.i'
four men, fatally Injured twenty "alleged; to be' the fondness of T>r. Row. the charge tnat. be murdered : the ,back door of the banK building growers was called: to order In tahous ,
,;iLand .erloulIl.r l Injured ten <>tht>r". land &ntltr Strange for one another Frederick and Willis Olnay proaper-I which opened out on the court house of representatives promptly! a
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i Nearly- all of the men were turf."hn.ti. the state attempting to prove ous d 1.1rfarmera who lived together, square. Suddenly the back door o'clock Monday R. morning by Pre. i
ti.; . that they were too Intimate. The and the daughter of their housekeeper openea and tour masked an*?, armed dent James .McCoIl. of Providence
made much of the Alice Ingerick. men to He R. I. Mr. :McColl then read hU: at i
,X? The large kterl plant: was demol state fact that Dr. attempted pass htm. called -
$ Abed.. causing a lore estimated at cue. I Rowland and Mrs. Strange were mar. I Rogers I. 32 years of age country for Lamar to Join him, at,the same dress, which was a lengthy and intereatlng
.(hundred thousand dollars. sled In a few weeks after Strange' born and bred. He has a, wlfa and time firing his revolver. document. Among the t*
tjl The' condition of the thirty men in death. five children none of ,whom .he ''h.... Lamar turned the corner. and as he forms urged by, the president was
'Il/ ; red is pitiable. Although Htlll alive Strange was a railroad engln..er.and seen blrce he left his home in Mld- did so the negro* attempted to pasa. uniform bJJlfoVradln;: ? for the "'or:1:
fUe features of the majority are mti much older than his wife who is dletown' a few days before the- ,: committal He fired": hitting hIm In the hand. and the abolition of speculation: la

;: beyond recognition. The hot a young and handsome woman.It of the crime against The negro, stoppedjrunnlng and was cotton.
;.tmeta.J was. showered over them cans Is said the Brotherhood of Railway him. Rogers la said to have conleased. captured; Smith pursued the other The bill was filed with the delegatesand
_ wfdug horrible Injuries. Arms, finger Engineers pushed the prosecutionof According to the confession be bad three men and a running fight ensued.' those Interested In the object of

wand' ears were torn off, while, a num. Dr. Rowland and his wife, who lost his place.and desperately In need Mr., Smith was shot In the 'abdomenand the conference.
berJ) of the men had their o>'e. burned was formerly Mrs. Strange. of money, be beard that': the Olneys though seriously Injured, be-eon' Cotton kings of the ,,world inclul-
'ont. Several of the: men arc" In the had received 9300, and armed with a I tlnued the chase However the robbers ing a wtrong representation of foreign
{.' l in 2-foot section of :. succeeded In spinners and manufacturers were! slv
;Lnotpltal with their legs burned to a READ NOVEL CHURCH. gas pipe and a making their escape.
f/ :fnjured said that *at least 'twenty of Pastor Writes story} Which He Read. ney' farm. :the ,l aDJIti.'and an explosion occurrefl: aDd the meeting for tae three dav+
';''these would aw! To Congregation.New By pretending to be a railroad detective The ,ft ..a gained rapltfiy, and: In a this week was- heralded bj the trueithospitality.

'V The explosion was, caused by the York Oct. '.-To fels' oongre- in search of a desperate character short tlnvathe, bank Building 'and the ,
}tpaettlng, of a metal pot in the cupola gallon in St. Stephens Episcopal he lured the Olneyj brother-: ; adjoining' drug tore .were totally de From the time the delegate were
5""Which contained G.000 bounds of mol church Totensvilla, Staten Island to the woods near their home. stroyed. It, is thought the fire was I met by a committee of prominent Atlantans
,:t.,1.; metal ready for casting. A span, the Rev. Guy R. Jam1eon. pastor There it is said he .shot and kill- caused by the robbers In an attempt to early Sunday raora og until
(/'Is the pot broke' allowing the HquM read the first installment of ,his novel J. ed the brothers and robbed>> them-of blow open the safe. the last delegate had retmed for the,
.. '111'01a to spill over tbe wet sand. An "Captain Jacklyn's Club" Sunday their watches and $18 In .-one) The negro" captured refused to tell night the day, WM_a round of pleasant
lrtplosion followed so quickly thatiweSApt night., He read ten typewrittenpages Returning to the Olney r.rm.'bous.. who his companions were, but gave etghaeefitgt:meeting of friends
\ the workman In the bull ling In half an hour. At the moment he felled Mrs. Ingerick with the 'araa his name)' as Tom Benjamin. and Informal discussion of subjects ot

')7iad'a'obance;; to'evra'peStreama when he had his audience' deep pipe; thefts It U charred, be killed Constable- Lamar said be was certain mutual interest _and Importance.
G) of molten metal poured ly Interested and at a climax In the her" daughter XT fee wti.\b8-1; same Intrurnent '- .tbat they:' were the same gang. that AILAbserblng Question.
YR 5 :;ott on the workmen, some of whom story, the clergyman 'ceased to read of death and was ransackingthe ''robbed the bank 'at .Seddoa and held The all-absorbing question was cot.

,. 'twere.'," engulfed and literally cooked and said: house when apprehended J>y the up and robbed the county treasurer ton. The work of cotton farmers
"That Is all for this evening." n"lg lbor."w&caused him to flea. He at'Pen City. ..L., spinners, and manufacturers was all
:cupolabad The Rev. Jamleson will continue tbe made his way to Chicago and later to gone over and the Georgia farmer and

&&toft by the forpe of the ploslon. reading of his novel every Sunday lx>. Angeles' and was captured in the Brother Shoots Brother. the, spinner from Europe gave each
Pf: Many of the unfortunate men were evening during the next three months. latter city last April after too police Buffalo. N. Y. Oct. 8.- Zx>uli other the benefitt! of their experience
|4,[burled, under the wreckage and weresot lie hopes by diversifying the serviceto had searched for him for a year Weber. Twenty-Ore years old, blew *. .-* *..- ...
rescued fur an hour alter the ac- draw larger congregations and to and a half. the top of his fifteen-year-old broth The delegates' arrived Sunday morn.
'(:&i F""'the burning car work. fully lO.OOu) .Ills novel written with this purpose on Injuries rf'CelvPd'years ago by was cleaning the weapon. The boy in the palatial cars of the' South-
:,eople rushed to the scene" blocking teaches temperance In strong Rogers In a railroad accident. was Instantly killed. Tine dead lad't era railway until early' Sunday morning *
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?, ':f.; Through lark of room many of the dav-wnrk called at "e lockup a flay by the explosion, the old man exclaimed headed. by Mayor W. R. Joyner and C
:injured, were compelled' to lie. for an Nuptials Set fop Nov. 4. or .n ago for the first time to see : L4ghtnlng baa truck somewhere .,. Harman The committeemen were
0;"'1aour on rots In strict cars before It Newport' R. I. Oct. 3.--Society her husband, !** "No father replied Lou. accompanied by 40 automobiles and
has heard that the wedding of :Miss "8hp waited !so long, she can go.** "I have shot my brother Richard and the vUltlng delegates were carried to
hos-pital. Gladys Vanderbilt und the Count Uas.slo raid K >KT.- he is dead." With that Louis. dashed their hotels In the machines
';:,Tbers of the Are department and cltl- Sz.e; ieny I Is to take place on Mon. out of the' house and ran away. He
". ......' __sl hhad( In raring for the' men day Nov. 4'. but society is hearing FLORIDA, MAN KILLS WIFE. later gave himself up to the police. Hotel' Decorated.
no much In o .... The PUImont hotel the official
; who Vkrr, > 4otalty.... and suffering many ways about this -- -
'f.tateftI'4"J)' with t the coM. Interesting event which everybody' U He Then Committed Suicide by Drink. Meat Packers Association.' headquarter of the (convention w :a. j
: :.._ ttir.russing; that it may bt Incorrect In Ing Carbolic Acid. Chicago Oct. '8-Meat packers and! decorated with the flags of all countries -

IN MEMORY OF DANIEL BOONE. this Instance Nevertheless" near Key \\>*t. Fla. Oct. &.-Austin dealers have pathrre.l her to attend and the visitors were a.signa.1
.A friend of the family say the report" IH tSrirrlu hot and killed Ms wife Sun the second annual contention of the : to their respective quarter without
'! j-lte of Old Fort Marked by Simple right as to the .lute. and In the. uf>. ila>' at the breakfast table, then com American Mrat J'arkrrV assoc) tlpn. any d"Jar.
Monument.Ft sauce of any authentic information to mltt.*.| suicide<< by drinking carbolic which commenced Monday and continue Each delegate as he registered wa j
..' )toon..*?boroii ;h. Ky., Oct 8--To the contrary Vot I It being gen- acid until Tuesday evening. closing given a badge with a number and title j
;t mark tin .ll.* of lloonebnrouKh. the t'rally! accepted a:+ the time and r Mldenti MM. (?rlmn had parted from her with a banquet The meat ln pec- arrangement will prevent any confusion
;' :oldetrt permanent ettlrment<< In Kentucky tifff a-: ,' |11'", pariuii for tbe oc husband but be refused to I leave the tlon law and r..,uta Hons. machinery In the assignment. of the visitors

Yq ..OUI) people gathrrvd Suttmlit)' caslon hUU demanding halt of the proprt ( a,. ancr>nomlri"- and: eti )rt praVIrms Delegate of the National Farmers']
'Cv .on the site of the old fort to unveil will b to conoidc Annm union began: to arrive Sunday night:
'1'.. simplemonument erected by lot Sunday; morning the husband demanded the .t'f'al..t' arttorr .r tiltrd I StaterSenator and 50 representative members! hat
IJoon"lIb.'ruulth (,..ha"tpCnf the [)"ua>;' an understanding and she re." \V .\, I'urh.| cf .lwreitt'e: been reported by midnight Monday
.Mrs of the American. ltiiolutU fu! ed to converse with him lit drew Kan. and ('"a-'er B :\a'l"ray.: o. morning saw this number of delegatesfacreased
t .ravorf.,T l h)' (Ideal autumnal .weather his revolver and shot her In the back Clnclnnntl to 1:0. All of the. delegates

mothlnx occurred to mar the emorcUesUtttendlnx of the head causing lnatnnt death. . - ---- ------- will have seats on the floor of taoonse <
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> the unveiling of toe nioniiloiient I He survived her une hour. of representatives during ta
C' liv seven children, all d*..c ndwtnts II r = convention

'- of the pioneers In the tort. that I II He Assaulted Child; Killed by Father The! acjcrejtattp! wealth representeJ
.<.f the. turnkln atteitdc tae celebra NewtonMtaaOet-'t.-New.:' reached by the delegates to the convention ot

*lon at -esboruupth :3? years afro, I Newton of the killing aturd4v of a the International Association of Cot
t were prt.t.u. hHag TJioniaa Fowler| J1PCl'1'"ttl4": rw.n.ler. who attempted ton Manufacturers and drovers is conse'rvatively
utV4todror'1 countv.: J. 1*, Shaw: of to anviu't u year-old white iclrl.Pne !. estimated to be $J*&$:.
T'ranklu r.nnty' and I Ira ScmMer and OQo.Ot'O
n.-grn according( to a story told
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': : W. I I' lh '''I14. of :Madison: ) count) the < I I"M: '. father. Henjaruln Coker.a Lt !
The t II I veiling: t-tcl.r! began with p'anter:: hy bar little brother, hart : : ; Peacemaker Kilted.
. rM Loll I nil.. Ky., Oct. XVhl'e: trIne
a era 1hl'II.l rs by Itrof \'. Ilugh :\11.-II"n.", lured the !i'tfO: $lrl Into a cotton gin1toune
", HUliMKind. wan r"'w".1' the history : "cll ; to act as peacemaker James T
t"N.e1Mie.I l a t sh M c\&n _
' of the chapter lie war.. follow. I Curt lnser was shot tbronra the be
ratite upon the ne while
;: ro n* wan at.
r .d b,* at.'ator i James It. Md"ivarj. tempt (nic fw make" tala escape. lie and Instantly killed by John Ryan
CoUineT 'ta'tu-K \\' t'rtpwrton .Judji U.'i r Ired a lod ...f buckshot Into his head I bartender. The cause of toe trace
H Klrk< a ,Hit ludfte Jan" llrntonrt Witting hint ..ustantly.Protest was a fox terrier which Ryan receal
I ru...nt.....lor.iuitU war .>, ,.-.trdCeara 112: I ly purchased 'and wairi Charles Mil
aR'Ihuicl Uno", she<< most], w Ice. a rivennaa cUIin#tf, Curtsia
i; noted plotter! '->.. lnv.4.* the forests. Against Action. 'at .., er stepped betweea the men in an
Idrt.! Oct. *. '-A of :SW
meeting fort to prevent
trouble and was
wrest! uf the .\!'tficbeuiiuiun. ,tins lut .
-: ,starch of new nrj''i* to oonquer. tJ I s I lC persons hr. I !'j. r. Susda tent protest by a ballet frnra Rjan'e revolverhiepro ",
-. .- talrttte s'' of rranc ani
Spain: In Mor.K-oo passed off quietly,
K Killed Revelers.America .
Convicts Attack by
Guard. A r*.t>:.itton wan voted ca '!nit 01 U>.
Tabula SIUria Vi s \ *. Oa. ()(>fRAt.."
Rang WILLIAM K. BOIIAH.idah. Spanish: sorec.a.at to -iecl its
amf f'IlD.- wtlo acre .e't'iR, e'+ ,, .. passing a mcxro eautfA near Ace
a .vnr '* Muotor, wUo MltWU !. the troop* and to r.*pcl Moroccan lade- RIGHT MKV. A. F. W. .
.[ There from **a>'iern titycrla. at ,."W INttKAM. Saturday nl &t flrra a MaUla4 ef
''ijf pr'then ut "1,,.... lI.y..t pod nc<' ant pmtvfttng We.xpntaua T1. '.Joa *
* a..4Ju{ tts* Abceee tr1 Lets
%.,.''t ,their (UM'd' a'tr **.* .! 'd"oj i .!& o f the and wba has l.... tee trial hl ilf va of Frost's ..b oc t..Jaa from, T..daa,...who to -devote... SCaeAW .-.t ..at llMMla+le the lteU4lac.
._D.. guards Aret1 tte char lag. Uie. ceo tt am.Jlexry. ._,
vTU tI' on the eon ** **f ce.1a >IHaMK te defeated tiPadll an't' of L1paAlai a Y pllllNe .' _
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'; COUNTY CONDENSED r'e : : "oL. " ..,; ,
; occasions tendered In 'this u". ( :1'1'U'l ,
'f some time,. notwithstanding "

.fl lira. W.. W. Hampton has returned was gathering of' fiienda .... ....... ...... _. "
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<,' Trom a pleasant visit to Jacksonville. friend gorxl-bye, was a .Jr :. i-'J- :\a.Y' ?4;:.

{; Delton Conley! or Hague: .i.'* among f .' a fen intimate friends at 5;:.. ...'i'if :Ij .' I "
h of Mrs. McClellan. : :..../ ,: :. II
one who pent i j'*>l Td.iy: trading in 1 Rott. ; ;
''''GaJnen'l1Ie. street Monday eight who
J /tints ILH cld-f sh- for the j f.f.i Ak?
'.Miss Mary Thomas of Rochelle watt no one together : \

*."$.nopplng in the city yesterday din- : ioned cod liver oil preparation Maretta Brooks organist at ......,.,". ...............'.
'ding i with friends. or emulsion, because Baptist church and one of ; l.i: ::i: '"' ;

i Dr. J. Harrison Hodges has I returned "'Vinol is a much better body- vllle's the lady. leading good-bye.music Mrs. esr.lon ,?iij'fj:;: ; ,

- from Arredondo. where he was builder and strength'creatorfor '
Is well known and popular
summoned on professional business. old people,weak children, city has accepted a traveling '

I )?Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any and for coughs, colds, bron- with the Woodmen of the '' tlullful blend \
,.f j" a.e of kidney rouble that Is not be- will her duties _
chitis etc. If it does no goodwe new
- ,'Vyond medical aid. J. W. McCollum & There were quite number tobaccos': '.
a of good
will return your money.W. .,
the evening b.ing passed In

::1}' 'Sam P. Nipper a well-known citizen M. JOHNSON. Druggist pleasing,-manner In music,. produce a delightful .

mot., the Newberry district was mong during the occasion delicious
'r t. who spent yesterday In the Gainesville. freshments were servedAs Our long experience in"

( b>c apital.. ---'- --- Shakespeare Is quoted'
business '
'l'II cigar has given us
of the leading merchants of thatprogressive
the Ing. "Parting Is such sweet
t'i; A. G. Lamb of Mlcanopy. one of
: town, also proprietor of
i 2Q oet successful. truckers in that 'ec- i that we could say good-bye knowledge necessary to obtain the
the leading hotel there was In the "
:'iloo. of the county, was In the city' morrow this was the case
{.r city yesterday. Mr. lllgdon states while those assembled very results.
yesterday.Esther that trade IS! good nnd that the people .
like to have Mrs. Brooks
.i C. Jordan has gone, to
i'l.SA.h:. : i. where she will visit her par. of High Springs as a rule .seem parted wishing her much lye are .-Huckleberry Cigars_.
to be contented and prosperous.
ltits James Chesnut, her new ro!.>.
Mr and Mr* '
No home Is so pleasant, regardless /please you; they are "Just rip .
few ----- ----
.'tOl": days.
of the comforts that money will buy. Gainesville. He reports that
'jv.;} W. Geiger of Mlcanopy was
as when the entire family Is in perfect ple are thoroughly aroused, r LEE ROT MTER'CQ.., Makers
after his Interests here
\1l0oklng yessrday.
health. A bottle of Orlno Laxative road will certainly be
;.I He owns considerable real Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It will the next few months.

:,/state. in Gainesville. cure every mftmber'of the family of Henry E. Jones of
Mr. Phillips, senior member of the headache
4 constipation sick or stom-
I writes: "I can thank God for
1t.rm of Phillip & McEachern, lumber ach trouble. J. W. McCollum & Co.
ent health due to Foley's
Ij'fx'inanufacturer' *, Meredith, was among Fred W. King of Jacksonville member I Cure. I tried doctors and GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
? "who npent yesterday In this
of the firm of Johnson. King &
,those!t I of kidney cures but nothing
| Co., manufacturers of candy and much good till I took Foley'a .
,:-plt Miss Dorle Kills O' hat returned from crackers, is In the city on a combined I Cure. Four bottles cured Calls' attention to its growth as follows:
:TvValdo; where she has been on a visit
:t business and pleasure trip. Mr. i have no more pain In my
.1't of several days to her sister. Mrs. King is a Gainesville boy married a shoulders. I am 62 years old.
";- '.Ohaa. A. Marks, and nephew Master Gainesville girl. and has many I fered long but thanks to DEPOSITS. NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS.July .

'p-':{Mark. friends here who are always glad to Kidney Cure I am well and (Opening day) "941,337.75 '. 22---------------------- 52August

: ?'J R. M. Ellzey. Jr.. of Kllzey. Levy see him. and enjoy myself. It Is a (One month old) 73345.88 22. . . ... . . .. .. .. 193
..pCounty1>> was In the city yesterday. He Thomas Alderman of Arcadia who recommend It'to those
: pwas route to Tyler where he hasi4bceptd.a weeks old). 118,756.58 October 1. . . .. .\ . .. .. .. 303
en was a student of the University of ney medicine. J. W.

; lucrative position with the Florida last year has returned and The Georgia 'State Fair will ..
a "''"Tyler: Lumber Company. I has entered the University1' for the at Atlanta. Ga., October c.c"H"
; fit'" [W. O. Tilghman of Palatka was in fall term. Mr. Alderman, being a 26th. The date of sale
."*, .'.'the, city yesterday Mr. Tilghman I young man of most affable and entertaining tickets will be from October wonderful growth of this Bank is, no doubt, at-

"-;&. en route to Luklns. Levy county. : disposition made many October 25th Inclusive. as much. to the facilities offered, and the liberal,

.t--here be Is extensively! Interested In friends last year all of whom are glad the State of Florida who:
of its to the financial
policy mapagement as
Ibe manufacture of lumber and shin.files. : to see him here\ again. take this trip can get

:, :' i In most cases consumption results from Jacksonville or Live h of its stockholders. *-

Patterson, a progressive43nerchant from a neglected or Improperly treat. very much reduced rate of $

: of Dunnellon is lit the
: .\Mr. Patterson has been suffering conj.'aalderably the most obstinate coughs and prevents Jacksonville and return. Pay Four Per Cent l Interest in Bur Savings Departmentand
with his eyes recently and I serious results. It costs you of the tickets is not later

"*':caxne ,to consult Ur. J. Harrison llnd4.ea no more than the unknown prepara midnight of 'October 28th. on/Certificate: *:: _
who Is a specialist In that I llm8. '. tions and you should Insist upon have tickets entitle party's

:: : / I. Crews of LaCrosse one ofLNthe ing the genuine In the yellow pack the grounds. For further

most. progressive farmers In that ,age. J. W. McCollum & Co. tailed Information write to

vection of the country was lu the Boylston. District Passenger
J. Raney of Charleston.. Va.. acl".r LSB-Y' MACHINERY COMPANY,
Atlantic Coast Line. .
",, *Ity yesterday. Mr. Crews brought
who has decidedto
't' ',A, load of fine sweet younr:. man ane*'Pboa* 574. ft Ocean Street. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
new potatoes ,
make his home here, has accepteda c
which he had trouble
no disposing
temporarily at the storeof
gc of in the market for eighty-five cents Miss N. MACHINERYPortable
J. H. Vidal the grocer relieving
... bushel.
t a CXj II. Bailey, who has been III for the
_ E. 1.. Cushman, who has been sufferlug past few days- Mr. Balley'i friends and tllaioD.ry Eo-

, "' for the past month with rheumatism sympathize with him In his Illness a pines Wood.worktngMschiner and Boiler. Haw.MIIN...ndHurpll.

j,, baa gone to Hot Springs where and mint that he will soon be out Novelties, Books, .... Complete Hue carried
r',7t'?, be will remain for a few weeks. again. In stoeJc. Liberal term

:11.t Friends of Mr. Cushman sympathize Fred lloux left yesterday. for Atlanta Souvenirs Sheet Writ for estftloffa: State
w.? deeply with him and trust that he Agents for the OLDS OAS
where he will resume his. ntnd- and GASOLINE ENGINES
k will IMS completely restored to his normal and Picture Frames
lea In the \UI1tln..ntal College. He .
,f health. will be joined at Adel. Ga, by Guy

U. W. lllgdon of High Rprlnga. one Mlxson and llartrldge lee. two morn

,' T' .-- .. . ." .-. Gainesville boys. who are attending 206 East Liberty Street S. MERCHANT CO. ,

_:}t.'.''' t the same college Fred Is a bright GAINESVILLE, B.tail.n and Jobb.n la

.. young nun, and his friend predictfor _._ ... Y--
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it*, ..' him a great future In his rhoaenprofession.
1r' 7' and Groceries
:;. e Atlantic Plumbing Fancy

;'i1ff \Vm. I'tann of Inland drove, a trustee

\ of the )Island Grove sub-school !SIMI*>OX IlRO ., .1"roJ'rl
1//I :: UNDERBUYLikewise dlntrlct and otmauler| Vf' that thrlv Grain Garden Seed and Farilllzers.

talK village; w.i lu Hut city yesterday Plumbing SQUARE. t OA1NE3VILLE YJAJtHV

{q on bualnemH connected<< with his silt market price paid for Ghiakons.( Egg and other Pri/dae.

_ _<(<'1wol ..1I..trlrt.Ir. l vane I 114 one of Steam and Gas .
\' tock oT Hay Corn Oata. "Flour Bran, Meal Cotton *t* d Vel
:' the leading tltlitMis of thnt entiresection
'p.( : Rje. W handle only the VERY BEST Roods s% the LOW.
I and Inns done" u great deal
ERT always
; I'i ione>> .n short notice. PRICKS and guarantee satufaatloa
for the advancement, \ of tile village ----.---
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educationally! and otht'rwl U.*. AU work suaraat.ed t" be Url..jl...
UNDERSELL work a .roe-aall The Thirty-FaNHh Year ai
Juntlre J. It ChitiuMln nnd S. T. l(.intnbT our I lhon

'i. Klemlim, two" well.known citizen of WKr M OMAxic St.. ;.-" Tebaau's Boarding and Day Scho

:1, I Archer those who spent .. .. .
were among ----- '- -
The little fellow that buys I II
i I yesterday lu Gainesville, the former I Oprne.1) Hfpte...b"r 16, IDOl, at StSO a. nu
one piece of thin and one making' The Hun n pleasant call Chhamberllain'srCough
c '
;$ MA1> STUEFT r!, :-: UAl\\'II.I.E.. FLOKH

piece of that cannot begin to Judge, t'hamhllri ...tntthat his "'won .., .. ., . .... .. . .. -
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I J. A who IH studying dentistry. at
compete with our price tin Maryland I'nlveralty. Iltltlmort' .

11.1- turned lo that institution, after

1 eMullnx u plrn-mut vacation nt home "Oldest Bank in Central Florida"

,, .oixlnrtor C J. MclXtwiill of the
I Alliullc CiMt l.iae. who make hkhtMvdiiuarlorK '. I ; t

in Jacksonville.. after u H. F. DunOK t ut'.IC1U: : T"f" DUTTOn R1MK ulltEt-ruR% l.esrp.ratr.l
brief Msit" to hit brother, \\ S. Me I
I n
Dow-all, In this city, return.t ) his \V..ttTHOMAC! I Go K. llROOUr..w""L :. as
\], co. .-
home yesterday' He formerly, resided Co W. CHASh
SAVE MONEY for ourselves ,, Capital Full Paid 575,000
I C. tT Cat t: Dutton
its Unlnf'a'lilt'. and has many: friend 'n vwrUKIlROt.lF- H' 1' D..S. The
.,. and customers. here who" were glid to welromt., him BAN K E R S GAINE..aiJE: FLA. J. A.MACLTBBYat

I again lie. I I.* running between' Jack ,.a......._ Bank
4 3.O. NICHO ..
1 otivlli and TAU'I'1..\ .ilatki: and L.tali.hed. r. 1'TCaSER..
Sanford r
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ma nniong the prominent visitors to
GaLiovlll*'! 'f'atC'roay Mr McQue I A B.awlw.s erweiL Iw b- M e..ys.r ter t.ere D- a .......r eI caahry .w k .. ks w. .....#att De e.atry. Ac.cs .

I I. nn enthusiastic good roads" advo-' k of M.rch..u, Carps.Y, F.-n. M.Z1T.......... Qp...*.... ...I1rf.Art. is u.J.

3 COMPANY cat.. and U doing everything possible| Fear per rest" petd .. Titre (.nil....... ., .......t. Oflftr. k.n a. .. t. a p. m.w .
3C for the building of the road from New- i

berry to connect -lth the road from


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.. !: "......DGG OOO eai ALABAMA CATHOLICS "KO i tsr.

I THE LATEST GOSSIP Object to .U.e. cf the Bible In PuLlic:I t
Schools.' I

Montgomery. Ala Oct. S-Tt..1 For a Warm

i From GAY NEW YORK RomAn. Catholic ChufTTT in thin tate I

ha* e 'ier.*d a protest asliiitt the use
cf the Blb1@'anJDlblE."rt.aJlnsintw: ,.i Bath Room

g -" BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.New puUU scroop; cf the state and make,i''I.i .'.-

it \r\ plain to State aPftrlnf..lo! ;' bath
A cold
ui a is
room a
od K icatlcji II C. itinnell, that ;,1]I

York. 'OcC:. 8-:Any train running Wall street goes to Trinity church or r.kh' uirough all the rouitsU1 b ,I shivery operation ami 1 is extremely

at the rate required of the present lines the sidewalk purely for the sake male to eliminate the" practice hcu! liable to cause coMs. The bathroom
a\-I'I.' MI far as the! Catholics )
fast-flyer between New York and of being diverted; and I heard some .ktt
cetued.! above all should Kt' ( '
3OO kept
la unsafe said a railroad express the opinion that the case of warm.

Chicago to me last evening. And he true religion gains nothing by sum- It 1" not constitutional and that i Il:|I This is and the bath is I
president has! rot been allowed in any cv( the easy a ..
la a practical) builder of railroads! and. moning money-getters away from states. where a test has been made. comfort ii have
speaka) with authority. "1wouldn't their Idols during money-getting hours .. 4I you a
presumably H.'pl111', Superintendent Jnnn l!'I
train on such a and under conditionsand
run any money-getting
Indkal" that it will not be dirrontin.
road:: he added 'be- Influences. On second and serious -
ecbedule on my ned so far as orders front his ofttre
cause too much peril enters Into the thought I think them quite honest are concerned until the courts' hold\, PERFECTIONOil

proposition.." Recent arrivals from. in that belief and perhaps not so far that it must bE'. and h* point out that}

Europe, with whom I've been talking wrong. the practice is as old: a* the schoolrith
breathed the same conviction relative *>iufrri\es. He says that It tx al'

"racing" by transAtlantic j local question with which the upini I
to prevailing Restaurants Draw Line on Dogs.I OC ivlpp l with Smol J._ Device)
steamships. Some of them tem'ei has noting to (!u. and exists

back thoroughly alarmed declaring was dining the other evening in without orders or instntctioastruluctsl\) It may be carried from any other room to the bath room which '

came their next: trip would be taken Churchill's Droadway and Forty- office it will hrat while you are preparing for the Lalli. Impossibleto
Sixth street. A lady and gentleman Th protettXn the part cf th' llo- ;:
cn a slow boat. It Is all born of the turn it too high or too low. The most t rfonomical heater .
enteredthe lady carrying in her arma man i a.hoUe.hu I'' hf' In mud->>' the
spirit of competition. When Vander- mite of a short-nosed dog. They Ke\. father Patrick T. <"(1"110. a.-l'li you can buy-intense heat lor 9 hours with

butt bought Goldsmith Maid he bought took a table, but before the waiter !'tant to the pastor of F'. rt'h'r"tli one filling.

JKT to go a mile In 2:20 and gave could take their order the head' church! in Montxotntr, wJio al"o'' _

$:;0,000 for her on that account. waiter went over and asked to be tert! some of the smaller liiirru Tht/if Lamp i. the beat lamp for

Later, competition forced her 'to cut given the dog tbat he might remote It uf fit' section, He tt.n"tr: tint i inrl.s all.roitntl' houu-

that down many seconds to hold her : i'at, he hope, that he wt 1 in t hold purposes. Gives; a clear
to the basement and "check" it. he
position on the turf. When 40. miles as force the if sue. atIt will cot u+ al light. Made ol brass throughout and nickel
termed it; that is. have it cared for
an hour was attained by express state a useless! expenditure; an '',e +late' Equipped with the latest improved central

trains the world was-aghast. Now Its .I until the parties were through eating. American school like the \uwril-., n dralt burner Handsome-wmplc-malulactory. livery:
The lady Indignantly refused to be
] 60: to 70 miles or It Isn't express. ("constitution must know uobettef > religious lamp guaranteed.
parted from her dog. whereupon the
That Increase In speed would be all I II you cannot get heater or lamp al your draler'sr .
head waiter said "I'm
: sorry madam ------ - -
right If the roadbed and equipmentSad write our nearest agency lor descriptive circular.
but under those
circumstances WE'can't
:! been proportionately Improved; ** NOTABLE MEDICAL DISCOVERY STANDARD OIL COMPANY ,
serve you. And the lady and
teat. friends the. railroad president
tells me that such Is not the fact. her escort-the dog still 'hugged inner I Of Special Value to Many Here In (; .
arms---departed. Churchill came
Gainesville. I
when a week was going
Time* was I
along at that moment and I told him
time across the Atlantic. Now it Is I was much pleased to see such a One of the most notable discover! r 'I'I"'I I' I'I" /\/',

down to five days nearly; and every and one that undoubtedly appeals ,
stand taken. "That's the rule here
trip they are trying to lower It. more than anything else to many peojpie I
he replied. "I'll not make a kennel of f
"Caution!" That's the exclamation here In Gainesville is the (
this place. But you'd be astonished "ombl'l If You Are Insured.
tbat goes with the shudder of doubtIf nation of stomach remedies +
what a row some women kick up be- ;
It Is well to take such risks New Miens treatment. This prescription !
cause I won't allow them to keep 'I
York Is getting very serious over the has worked wonders, and there Is al-1 i iway.t 1 I r
their dogs at the table with them I In a Company thai .. K"'i."r.,iblr, llnvo a ]'..In", CorreollyWritten
no excuse for fufterlrs
matter, too. anyone ;
while they eat their dinners. It's \\iih itrrtllty of 1'oliry I'outrari( and the CUD>|'any1'ays %
with Indigestion or weak stomach.It ...
L -. )
> l'u.U11'1
either no dogs or no dinner here.. 1 0
acts specifically upon the musclesof I
Riots at Polls Don't Disturb New The best restaurants along Broadway
the stomach and bowels, strengthening
Yorkers.More's take much the same stand; althoughin
and stimulating: them MO that You Are Assured 0 r
a few cases they're not so partic
the pity! This last holdingcf they readily take care of the food that I
ular. The smart New York woman
primaries was distinguished by a Is eaten. It also Increases the flow of "
'Iocs without hat
That DO serious can utercumr you lUll some 4 ,
Is getting insistent in her de- ,
return to plug-ugly days fighting and
gastric Juices. thus getting from l refuge, _
New mands for respect to be shown her I 1h"l. ( _1 _
tabbing and shooting. But food the out I.hmpnt that IM 1It'<..* j
York's decent element didn't turn ,a dog. One of them refused to part sary for li.'uith "'id energy. i s t

hair Nobody seemed to care. Unruly from her's in a restaurant the other The symptoms of Indigestion are : Fire Life Accident and Health liisoraoce. 4Mi
night ;
elections' are what New York has because she said the dog was numerous such as distress after eating ; ,

tern used to these many ,years for worth $1.500. Tne proprietor replied flatulence, heartburn, sick Leadarhes. i ,
that 'he didn't care if the dog were 1 None' but Keliatile CCI'"I..I.a Ut'Jlr..d.
there Is always a fight on, and It Is dizziness and Irritability. .
worthfifteen millions. It must be
always-as it was this time-a fight These are all dispelled by a few doHea<<

for selfish control of patronage 'not kept out of his place of business. of MI-o na when the trouble .Is recent -i i

for survival of the fittest principles. Ac thin the owner flouted herself out but just an surely In long standing! 'II; dA. IvT CTJ SKJVIJ3LN: : ,
ft is the fashion doubtless with every manifestation of high dudS I i''
you've and chronic cases If the treatment Ml
beard it again and again for It has aot'!!, Churchill used to be a policeman followed for a reasonable length or. ) Information cheerfully famished (IAINEh\'IL1.1C. FI.ClkJDA C CI

before he became a caterer and I
een in the air continually-to main- time.
knows New York through and ' I I' 'I I'./\I\I\4
tain that wide-open New 'York is the
So positive are the good effect following
'eye governed city on this contlnE'nt'' through; and he knows that If he allowed the use of ii-orna that the II' -- -- .- . .. .

fraU8tIt Is wide-open. Knowing dogs to come into his placeit remedy .Is sold by J. '\'. MtCollurn &: I ,

*hereof I speak I may say that there wouldn't be long before their own* Co. under an absolute guarantee to :

a great combination of brewer 'I ers would insist on their being givena <
refund the money if It him Id fall to ; a
In this city that are bound together seat and served with a meal from cur. I Z FaySholesTypewriter

Increase' the sale of liquor ostensi- the menu. That's what is known as I

T along high moral grounds; but the "spoiling by money" but It I is confined Big Ransom for Ralsull. : v

"If'> fact is that Murphy of Tammany to pleblaiiK and mushrooms for Tangier, Oct. 8.--The ret-*** 0"l wAhli

.;;J1 complained blterly because that who else. would give (1.500:; for a dog? Cald:: Sir henry! Marl.an. Nbu! f ''r;

'every combination failed to assist I I I __ __ *orr.. time has. barn h,'1.1 ra.,fite. '

1, '''th suitable' funds at the last elec- Afflicted With Sore Eyes for 33 Years.I Bandit Ilac.ili, at taut sirens to i-* UIItUU: :
i JUlnrabl dittancn It -
within mt
m providing that the morale !
"high I have been afflicted with sore eyes t'a's..l on the l h et p'Kmlb'e: 0'1'0,1' T II r. 11Ia: +rA
unds" are all fudge, and that camjxn 1
for thirty-three years. Thirteen years that the. lirltl-h rov...rnmrnt hss a r (MAUIIM: O> 1111: ." IO.1'UnlYfRCAl
subscriptions to New York 1 became totally blind and was M '
i ago (-wilted Kal"'iMs r..JIJU'f' twins for a.
al causes Invariably go to help I, blind for six years. My eyes were I,#'an's relr"'Me, the principal Itrrri "' I J f an Taliiilutnro.s

't the Tammany ticket; not bee badly Inflamed. One of my neighbors role 'n..t ransom and HrltU/ pro I U [ [ fTDOARD[ I -o.s

4 it Is Democratic but because \I Insisted upon my trying Chamberlain ter'l'n for !laisuland/ his faml! w. : : *.'ry Machine.

Tammany another name for "the I Il Salve and gave rn" half a box of It. be KU ai.ffl by Hnlt.n Abdul Az,tri

./ with. the pull. Judging by the t tt I To my surprise it healed my eyes and .r Harry MA'/Ix-an'n broths r l I- n.,war I
Hhifll I '."rhl.,.. Inef'hsmj.lou
Lightest Hurii.'iir:
primaries New York will continue" 11".1'1.;
the nirb
j my sight cam back to me.-I.. C. It&bat. f>rnj! ; OK
stand as the best example of the Karl. Cynthlana. Ky. Chamberlain' ... the > Mian to a fins.- I Hf>eeJ Writer of the World' 'r

,t corruption of the ballot on the I Iriran Salve Is for sale by all druggUt. l'.. lo* Fsy.Hhoi-. More rnj-Hhol. In ;'

continent.- I Lest We Forget IJ.. I. rialasvllie\ than shy rithrr msehtn. 16

-- 1 Cardof Thanks.EtM'or Baby ls restless, can't sleep! at

'"e Bishop of London Among Us. j night won't eoIIt. cries spasmodically '
I desire jour
. . For Sal" I by .
White's Creaks
'u can wager that Old Trinity' paper to "sl'r'**+ s a .t>rd of thank to A bottle of Vermifuge 6

.iJn't have been thronged so that Ml** IlradU. superintendent! of the never falls to cur. Fiery mother

Orace came near being mobbed !j hospital at Gainesville, for her .es. should If"*'' her baby White's Cream I R. C. DAVIS & CO. Jacksonville, Plat
I Ho times when the
\rrmlfug roan,
His Grace able while there;

been Just as a trern kindness to me
\ her but some obscure purveyor i! also to the nurses, who were kind and baby Is pale and fretful the mother III
know what to do. A bottleof ..
does not
: irituallty. The plain explanaf ', attentive to mr, and to I>r J II -- '- -
this medicine would bring color to 4
the vast attendance at this' Ifoo'f'.ho attended me I must .
", pas-I t (Mine *!!!* his cheeks and laughter to Me eye, ,rmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmme
n In Trinity church Is the congratulate the popte of Glee It a trial. Sold by ',%'. M. John-
ur> the -financial New Yorker"-'j! on haVlng In their midst such a grand soil i ESTABLISHED 180O

*anything English. It surpass Institution, equipped! with such a mmPatent -

.'* how "blarsted KnglUb" the ,' manager and noble nur_.. Med > CeMege O?."., ] aA

ed New Yorker dearly loses to i I October 8, lM1. J_ S, 1JAILCY. QkrUtl N C. Oet 7 -The
| North Car! 'tea i>4lU' c ..l< at least to be thought. Bishop I i
alAI .ft..aIA .......n her. .Krtd,. T]. H. F. DUTTON & CO.
'r. I tlOf' a ,
beyond q1J** very
end and devout man and an able |I} for Over Sixty Years opeaing I'aat'ftu4 the ronrraJ ....-'.. of

.. !I Mrs. Wlnstow's Soothing Syrup &a the b.asliful nee l+elldlsg:< ea ra I
*>r: but I haven't seen such anew
.been used for children's t.etbioC. It College etrM-t tol.t; rr tke vlJf" *" I _
the days when John 1* 8ul-j .ii.N.d OKALKK5 IN
.... 4y
I soothes the child softens the gums. Tme .aeests' airQ I
raid blA first visa to Wan .trH't.1
st4r.U 1M'e
allays all pain cure wind eollc, and Lad above U
a* that w. bsrvrat" outgrown our (
*-n'lty to truckle to the ".mJ.j!: U u.. bet remedy' far diarrhoea. related. .00 I

of the mOSD.oLLtot 0.0.I I 1 I------- -.. + ..+..... ,-.- sae- ----, -- -- - ...... i Sea Island C.ottolli

.;to Booth of the Salvation Army "" 0\:1. heels COllie? Mt your dectofIfaat

Wall street one thy and Jo* l ? a islad pwrtAn? fiat teat'.dotvcr 4 f
m t ? 'Aa' tlsdotr ,
ant .aaan..aIIer&dY roe
the colored. .pagtlUt. visit it, the Lt1
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sittdar;;. ;.u.-.IIIIdt114.a1a'- ['..:. "f"Q ;.s... t:: ..4tj "'';'' : :
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,Everyone" )I. Delighted at Appointment { Accused of Blocking Train was Turn v .
"Keep well"is > ed Over to County by Bondsmen. '
) of Prof. W. S. Cawthon. HealtH the First Essential Toward
J better than Mailing
0I Jake Moore a who was m
: Announcement was made In The If negro arrested -
tl I)
It- 'Bon of Tuesday morning that Super: ,I "get well." "t() some time during:; last tall upona Woman .Attractive.:

oJ. tl'Ddent.Dr.!! . J. '''L. Kelley, 't' ..appointed : .ScoVY-or tOt charge of obstructing the SeaboardAir

'' Prof.. W. S. .Cawthopof, in*. :?o JEmitlfionfortifies tOt Line track at Caropville by piling
't University of Klorlda. and one of'the the body crosstles upon the same and who has
-4C) 0 been out under bond was turned
::most capable educators of the State over
disease and
,w to the prlncipalship of the Galnes"Vllle <> against 0 to Sheriff Fennell Tuesday by his
Graded and High School. <> strengthens it during <> bondsmen and Is now In Jatf.

TI. announcement seemed tow .c> convalescence. 00 Moore will be held awaiting action

+,,' please everyone interested In the welfare ). - It is composed of 0 of the grand jury at the fall term of
: of the school as Prof. Cawthon liver oil and I the circuit court In November.
w, -0cod ..cO -
Js'a man well known In this section. ,
hypophosphites in .i
baying been connected with the Unl 0 Marshal Arnow's Report.
(Varsity ever since the Institution o easily digested form. () Those who think Marshal Arnow

wan; established here. It builds up faster tOt does not properly attend to his duties,

I, LjProf. Cawthon Is very much pleaded than work worry 0 evidently do not know what they, are

.i ?t i.r the appointment. as he" hall exprpssed and trouble can tear talking about. This efficient officer

'j,..< hlmsalf. lie lit going into I down. i Is ever on the alert for the Interestsand
r tip work with a ,vigor and twrneat-
," 4.hD ALL DRUGGISTS safety of those whom he was
which must mean success, and SI.00. elected to protects with the result thatit MISS HULPA KUGHi-ER MISS ELIZABETH WYNN
:,. Ii '. a high compliment to his, aa! o- OOOO OOO has come to the point where those I' .
There is'''a beauty' and attractiveness Miss. Hnlds 'J[ hler. of No
bites by saying that no better can I Inclined to break the law are watchfu 2!.
I in health which i. far greater West IStA St.ree'New York City
tiw:\ anywhere.A of the Hoard of County Commissioners of his whereabouts. than mere ceynlaritj of feature.A writes IDoarUrm.
!jChe school will in regular
t'; open that among others, he had "com Marshal Arnow turned In his re-
[iJorder on Monday morning and both afoklr.Irritable, and complaining
". plied with the law. etc.. and had been port for September to the Council Pinkham s.-
faculty and students will enter the woman always carries a cloud of
prk with a determination to make granted a permit to own and carry a Monday night which, although may depression with her; she }. not only "For months I was Ill with an Internal
y pistol. not look so creditable to the morals unhappy herself but la a damper to trouble I Buffered terrible agony was
.AUl; a molt successful and beneficial Den'0Qa, Irritable, aDd sick all the time.
"This Is not correct.; remarked Mr. of the city ''J jghows at least a credit all joy and happiness when with her I
l term in the history of the Institution. family. and friends.It took different medld.witbCNtI benefit.
l/'oalnesville: Ward. "I never had occasion to carrya to the diligence of the police force. Lydia Pinkham' Vegetable. Compound)
has the advantage of hay. was reoommended and within dz: : month I
pistol in life, And it looks
f In" n most! energetic and ambitious my as The report shows....that during the la the bright, healthy. vivacious was completely restored to health and Iwrit
though I was about getting ready to woman who always ch&rJD8lU1d carries to rscCTuaianil Ik to
month there occurred twenty-eight arrests every
clot' In
of and the faculty
pupils all .**
sunshine wherever she
lu HO.' I have no objection to the soe"lfa.wolD&D'lnd.
from which fines and coots de-
ambitious and energetic
also we may -
that her eneiviasare
Fellow who wants to carry a gun because
{o'xpect a gratifying success of the com- rived aggregated $108.75. There were flarain* and that everything tires Women who are troubled with
in instances be
many may head of cattle and painful or irregular functions, backache -
inc'term. twenty-seven hogs her; if her,feminine system fails to
1 an absolute necessity: but I have not arrested for the violation of the ordinance perform its allotted duties, there is ,bloating(flatulence),displaee-
"I have* studied the personnel
yefr--orrlved at that .stage and I desire nervousness &1..1"1" _.... laintnesa.backaaha. ... manta inflammation or ulceration
:, ,the faculty vell." remarked Prof. The Sun to correct this Impression." prohibiting them from runningon haadaabe.* bearlDw-dowD that Bering-down feeling*, dbIIIn....
:Cawthon to a Sun representative" the streets, and the Impoundingfees pains, and irrefvlaritia*. oMudnffeonmtant indigestion, or nervous proefcreUo*
Tuesday "and I can flatter myself In The official proceedings of the Commissioners amounted to 1350. The total misery and melancholia.ah maybe restored to perfect health and
'r:tbe assertion that I' believe I have are taken from the minute business for the month ran to a totalof should ramainbar" that Lydia B. rtrentB *7 taking Lydia EL Pinkham's -
book and Investigation It was Ptaklutr's v..t&* Cerpeuadmade Vegetable Compound.
*: 1121.75.
L the best all-round faculty In the State. from native roots aadfcarM will
observed" that It was not M..1.: : Ward
; :They are all good conscientious dispel all these trovfelea. Jty....**- Pits f PI o auI.. larttatle tt Weaca.
\bard workers of ability and there In but W. J. Ward, to whom the permitwas How to Cure a Cold. IDa the sense of tlk. trovbUUenvM"
granted. There being such a where other treatoMat have
I.SAO reason why we should not come The question of how to -cure a cold tailsd.KLM. may Women suffering from any form
of Initials. the mistake
h'tiout at the end of the season' with fly without unnecessary loss of time Is ef female weakness are invited t*
'a' colors. I am going to work in made. one in which we are all moron or less 1111..... W Bn. of No. toftth promptly communicate with Mrs.Plakaam. .
quicker evw.a, Hew York City write : at Lynn Mass. From the
'W harmony with the faculty and stud Interested for the a cold Is
and Cured. symptoms given, the trouble may be
Quinsy Sprains Swellings
t-i mts, and there Is no reason that W4'l gotten rid of the less the danger of Dear Mrs. FbakhamM"Tor > looateil.. the quickest and surest
: wlJJ not all work in harmony to- "In November, 1901, I caught cold pneumonia and other serious diseases.Mr. ...... I suffered wit:a dreadfmltii W&7of recovery advised. Out of her
r r+:gether.:; and had the quinsy. My throat was B, W, L. Hall of Waverly Va...has ills ill IT. pate In the '-ok'" ..... vast volume of experience treating
... oi...
I weak out
bemorrksgM waf female Ills Mrs. Pinkham probablyhas
swollen so I could hardly breathe. I used Chamberlain's for '
Cough Remedy aU&M. L j ilia B.yr11..*"" VegetablertSTCSTfafledl'"it the. knowledge that will
j It Wasn't M. J. Ward. applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm andIt years and says: '"I .Jbftnly believe .....to oshsr,.medl- help your very ease. Her advice 1* free

[.SKa. M. J..Ward, a well-known and promt- I gave me relief In a' short time.' In Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to"" be ''I, ...d-d s ad qvtekJbj eeaeed restored t*be najr Joet beatta whe,"* and always helpful.
Rent citizen of Tacoma. who wan in two days I was all right says Mrs. absolutely, the best preparation on'lhe

Gainesville Monday called at The L. Cousins Otterburn. Mich. Cham market for colds. I have, recom-

..un office and stated that thin taper berlaln's Pain Balm Is a liniment and mended It to my friends and they all

i))id published,an announcement In its Is especially valued for sprains and agree with me." For sale byall.drug Advertise in THE SUN I

;tI'September report of the proceedings swellings.. For sale by all druggists. gists.

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

ti' p Small Margin LU

Our list of depositors

.I is from We are now ready for- the. Fall Season. New Goods coming by every train,

growing 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 our CANDIES .,

conservative and"
counterMonday[ at 10C yard!

we try and make you feel \\-t'J"f' Wt'I! h xta 1 (11 --would! be cheap at 1 12 1.2(,'. CANDIES!'

that your business ,11ILj. Staple and Dress Goods. Fall _ _

appreciated- no matter kind, will be .hown this '1'ho'rt 1
7 :Some tine valuein I IV- money can

how small t the account.t \\e-ek. buy.j .
ti-r'-: I HII..k. I ianiond. ... .

., \ big line at 19c pound

If you are not The Crown line, vici and! ,
New SilksYanlwide Ht
-t Chocolate"("! at 20cpmiml.

at $2.25 can't IKtouehetl. .,
already a customer, patent, .

I I all colors, $1.2.>
call aroun. All]I ('.tne 1 lio l guarlntel'tlrwtl I
gf :+. at only Si.S yard

I.adie l Ilernaldo line indifferent .
{ share of pure.KITCHEN
S give us a

% your business. .I tyloH at $1.51Job Lot of 100 Odd Cats

: (lua1 to tho!"-o old ut $1 73.: WAREEverything

For Muall M Itu and Roy,
WJB located in our own
are l > line 1 S2.tl and worth '
orn-* at i\* high a- $5.0U: -take

building, S. E. corner of S2.75. 5. your choice thi sale at Sic for the kttchen. -

-C each. C'omo *iuic'k.Ribbms .
the Square. KiKlclifTc:: at $2.5ir-rt: -

et "'' .4UI.l. to !1'4.' hail. RibbMs!1 J\rge shipment of Tin
Four Pet on Savings Accounts. and Eiiamelwaire jti"t received.
Full lin,- uf ChiUlr'n's
\o. -IO and0(1: Iribbona: at

?lu* in all the ;ntth 1'4. only 11c ''ar.1. aP

Try: our :hoe*-vill save Plaid lihl Olh4 in all the Compare price* and you
you money. new kind.- will buy of u*.

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DA"'L'' v \ ARM-CHAIR BARMY OFFICERS. t President Roosevelt In his speech at

iiihc &Ut't the tomb of McKinley dwelt upon the ; rat

1 Perhaps It Is the President's fault hatred and envy of the rich. With THE JOY OF DIVING '

and perhaps It la not. It sound remarkably -I all due respect" to the President of

m lured$1 kbr ports O0e a t G&ae.vlll.Fla! like one of his wicked the Ifnited! States there Is but little CAJ mm sTTULT KKAUZKIt TVHKZT TOO J'' J

aa. ? general staff I* such feeling In the hearts of American

getting the credit of It. Army officers citizens.
There" Is. however
,..&4I"elr and Pub1Leber.a''r'r. a
g.ycCBJ : ;: who have not the
seen elevationof
top strung
*_" .... .r. __ feeling against the predatoryrich
Jesse.etZS''f : : .? .....City Editor. a horse except from a club window that have plundered right and ,

tor years are going to be put through left and a universal demand for

pBEWITT...-.. Snot. ComposingRooms.. their .paces riding as a preliminaryfor their !punishment where they have dl*.
.)1. '
r- promotion. This is' little, short of obeyed the laws, and this' feeling)

OFFICE: I-ORTEH MXJCK.V awfuL There are a lot of officers. in hate t>*...ii hightened b\ the fmm unity

III W. ala Sued 8. TzLaPR01'lS' 434 Washington particularly who are granted' by the President and bin ad

Sox,published verjrmorning es- nealthy enough in a general sort of away \lser, in particular instances i

.JrMjodsy.delivered bY carrier: in the city,or and would not be retired, for i The Popular Liver Medicine
Sled of tile Called state.
po tgerTfor
to say part physical disability from '
an armchair j Phillip Isaacs has sold TWo Fort
a year; '.so a.* moatu: 1z..as three Will
(5 I You
for WellA
;o I'50 centa la five weeks-strictly: in next decade who may show I :\I'ril Press to P. A. Ruhl. recently' Keep
i up In very different'shap after lof The Knrtow Courier-Inforinant MrI
ance.ye.ding thirty GUARANTEED CURE for an eft.....* produced TOR-
miles on horseback. It maybe Isaacs u, one of the oldest membersof by ,
notice in local column jo cents a line I PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your .,.tam k
only a ,coincidence.., but there is a th Florida
and the frntorn
press with Arsenic Calomel and Quinine.
i insertion,and 3 cent* for each additional They act a* rank poisons
int decided "hump" in'the line of promotion ity will deeply regret his retirementfrom which vitiate the blood debilitate the system and lava a trail

-rtloa. and If the officers of bad symptom which nqui" to oblitarata. HERB.
.or ddplay ad"nUaiaamade known oa71icatloa. under them" the editorial trll.od.Ir: Kuhl years
have to wait for the'lr I INE I i I. purely vegetable and contain no mtn.ral or narcotic r
step till the is one of the best hustlers
poisons. la absolutely harmlaaa and la the simple remedy of ,y
Twice-a-Week SaD la a. eight-page forty.erhuon present sedentarily healthy officers in the State, and he will undoubted! nature. It came* off all poison in the system and leave no
Yfce I are retired by law, then the make injurious effecta.'
paper. poblUhed every Monday and youngermen : t success of The I..MI! Good

and conUtoa all the new of the In the service will be wearing luck to ;you IVte.
and general and will be lieutenants shoulder
week. local State straits and baldi i
Billed, postage free to any rut of the United heads at the same time. Therefore" I''I There will have to b.> a showdown REMEDIES FAILEDMr.

futo or Canada for JJ.oo)'cAU-ia advance.All the riding qualification for Iromotlon.I'' pretttHii. by the Republican players" L. A. Hkka. IredtU. Texas, .says I war

.1 advertising bill become due after ,Bratppearanceof !I The rumor about this test of physical j II jln I the Presidential Jackpot for Taft rick in bed tot eight months with liver trouble, the
doctor seemed to do I told to
.e fto good was try
unless otherwise has
advertisement efficiency been float for some' nnd Cortelyou are both Intent on nils
iSL lifer bine and it cored me la a abort time. I cana.i
ctipuUtrd in contract. Partie not known to ad-ua months, but the blow fell last week, lug the limit and forcing President commend this wonderful tn. ltcine too highly." ,
required to pay for adrertinmg- I
will be and there are 60 officers from the ltoos 'sect Address TH$ DAILY SUN.'GaueuvLi.b. I TAKE IT NOW I r ,
P1.A. rank of colonel down who will be put : hand
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on the quarterdeck of a horse early ,
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Attorney-General Bonaparte will I; this month and !sent! out for a long I The Niandard Oil Compan li pr.. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

sow try to apply the shingle to the I road ride. Then they will) be examined paring to exploit the oil fields of

lumber trust. and the chances are that a lot of Japan. After a little while the Mlkudo ST. LOUIS. u. S. A. r rs

them will be retired. Being retired' will t>t. permitted to stand ftnUln\ amt

This double turbine President of for physical disability Is no disgrace, I let the company run the go..runwut:

a e curs stirred up the Mississippi until but It means reduced pay. However fur tiiui .OLJ> ND RECOMMENDED av

old times the river. it will mean" promotion for lot of
1 It felt like on A ----- 'V\T M_ JOHNSON ,
younger officers and they will try to It appears" It wan" Standard Oil inon

All does not seem to be as wellin put up with this with becoming forti ey that was" back of some of those

tile canal zone as the; administration tude. It Is a little hard on some" of dinners Harry Thaw gave That i,oaslbly -

reports would have us believe. the arm-chair officers who can see accounts. for the malodorous features MJSKAIIAM >

their finish without the aid of a Held behind them.

1 Some vaudeville "topllners" are glass and' they are naturally blaming REAlTFJTMI
it on the President who. they hold The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta
said; to be paid $10 a minute. The G1oP2
/ managers must want them to ""do it has a mania for physical exercise. lie Constitution are engaged/ in a :

/ quick." has come to the polr\t where In spiteof discussion about foreign rates on

1 tennis he rides at 195. Dut he I stoves. The argument Is netting ( '
4tt < Cp11
still warm too. ,
for his can take a five-barred gate and
Fortunately, perhaps grace ,_.. ...
i and his winning way It is against apparently he does not see why an - -- ( HUILOINC.; .

the rules to use the -big stick In a army officer should not. .
r ___H_ 11' K: \11\\ E: FOR SALE '
tennis PIMPLES"I
MUCH PAY. MM- nlx'r'III liiiili-e. III :North < ..,ill.-,., ill,.. )Just" oni. |tI.,1.| In'm li i ..ti i } '
ltllilr..a.l. mi <<< "Mr. Roosevelt Is the victim of his
tried all ktads of bl.w.4 .......It.. ....... falla4 /ho' four fixlo .IU I tan. i-.. III North. < ,utiiu-HN illi-. with" lot 1111"I lim, (.fnn.I I.'i.' # ,
ever zealous adorers" says The New 'I Most anybody can edit a newspaperand I"do.CD.. any,ariutt*... _but'_ fall I h.....*round"'lOp'|tha...."nab'... *..&.l"a.a btn.Mr I11.4l.45.. ..-..tl'II I'r n.'llt .i..wtl, floj I'r 'iiionili until lull'I! 'lor HOIIM> colas n t
York Sun. The Sun however can make It interesting for awhile. .a4.. Aft.,taking. ('....w... 'hr)' I." I.. fur f.> |I'r month.
romtlnan. Ili. f them anJ .rowm.nJae
establish an alibi. Some people can keep up the Interest m to mi. Irl.".l..""...feel. l Una shame.u when 1 r.....a..Ili.nrnlae. 1'\\0..1),1\I , ....pud.milot.* m rill' hiinlM' ,,1I1.iatll Mini. < 1t..1 l I.sea.I .
r for a month or two without fagging "., hops 10 a M'" .4 ii ill. 'fr"Ilt'lull; on rai..*. ..lre'I. 1.I lr''t lrir li., hf. city, water "11.1) all"I .lh. tt.lvan' 4
..net Co WI"... 11 EllA ....1'1.,11.' N..I. tai.'.> InIIIK"! III time nit)' Prll'.-. rl"llllIl from f;:,.i.' to" |.".'t ia1l.'il
Private advices to the editor of but it takes a natural-born pencil I.'r lent dawn. tlU| |M.r itionth

The Sun from Tallahassee state thatit shover and a hard worker to Beal For l-i.,.\ciot: u I'Be'I'EUTWITII; : : i I'"t.. at.. III t''I'ih.,n tunsarlsg'' hsills.

looks like an extra session of the grind out an interesting batch of local ?M Oowell.ewv ''It'. ult' 'r the iu. >.t pri'Mxl| nml 1 ,iii'..1.l .rii m.."....I!- f

Legislature some time 1 In November." and editorial items week after week

for a terra of years. There Is no
"he many milk dealers who are be- profession that is more exhausting or Cnf/MRT1C hMHKK; : N.& JOKIN=-. *V. VV HAM 1TON.

:p convicted of watering milk have less remunerative for the work than

t" UUntly mistaken their calling. They the editorial or Journalistic profession. .

.;5oul i have been Wall Street frenz- but how few believe this-PalatkiiNews. JORDAN & COMPANY

: 1 financiers.Mr _.."$. r.I..'.bI.. Pnt.nt.TailaO'vulNr Tn frond
.r ...l.ka-a, N'.akn' or.irlp.Iye,9te.t.e .rantd
All of which Is very true but sup <. bulk. 1 h. ..alna" .l.la .'anaj i'l."t.? .
..,..*.... ko r.r. or jr... .i<.w.r taca.
Andrew Carnegie" may feel that pose you had to keep your lick upday 8ta/lln Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. !yon I INSURANCE

should die on the threshold of the after day Instead of "week after ANNUAL SALE. TEN MILLION BOXES 90

':>rhoust>. but he doesn't seem to car week!" You fellows on the weekly POUTP.Jl? Iii OCK (1AINIISVII.IJ I.UUIUA

, -:tleularly_to have the tax collector press who get out good papers llk. ---- --- - -- -

:> him get there. The hard News to do, so undoubtedly; but you must have multiply to work .a.'x.111. RE VIVO I Fire j Life and Accident. elns/ ;, !ir\mafbt\

those Congregational preachers jour weekly stunt by JlI][. and In many RESTORES VITALITY -- -. .-

right the Chicago 400 are worse Instances seven, before you will fully "

au the New York crowd. Hut thank realize the diabolism of the atreniumillf 11.11. a

f <,dn"MK there are only 40O of them. >.-liOak Democrat WenMlnTHK

they are all Republicans. The editor) of The Ix-rnocrat In cor of Me."

rect. Our brethren of the weekly lt3Z .A..T SEABOARDAir e

colored vote la said to be gravip I. press who" have never. published a X rZ'TO X 21'W:rnpr

towards Torn for mayor dally U:1no conception of the dssre flnr re ..... h. 3lldry.. It su
Johnson powerfulr am quickly. ('urr.wbeuo>hrra 'all.'
t t'leYl-land.' because" the Presidentout NtrentiouN llf* *p publishers of the \ountf men can retrain lb.'ro' "t in.nb..M| *?[
for Burton. Thus do daily paper{ have lo .',ul. Tho editorof ..!.! mn mar r.- ,irr t" Ir y.)ut/iful ..".... H Line Railway
iiolitl .
ualnir tlltI.J.1' ami <| il llr rtmpvra -
h kens come home" to roost The Sun. for instance liar begirt Nervnu.... ,*..\ Vllw'V.: .......Q.V..knK"L ..
\ aa l>e..t l'i wrr I-'.,IIa.. Memory
working" seventeen hour a day for the ''a..I-.r VI-. and 11'.t. 't' .....'.......e ,
1 I past two W4"PkM. from "' o'clock lu the ezeeaa and ;n.Jlm'rvtlnn. _ble h ui.rta '.(.s littinlr. SAVANNAH: C'OLUAIHIA' ('AtUEHOU.': .
3 said
that Mr. Roosevelt's forth- _* or inarrliMr* It out onto r'Ir*>
until 10 n'e lock at night ,. . '._._. .
,ng message! to Congress will b"iitly .+ morning kLartlnc, torte at and h Nat hi.of..! but >'greatpeers TERN PINES: RALEIGH, HIC'IIMONI': t

long" Well It takes a with barely half an hour for meals. t Iw> k fix: Pink ii lwu .ale.I.erkaaa.ill..
.t .
compelled to turn n hand"" at alortntr tb. nrw of It war., ,. T an ,
d :pace: to touch
everything Zio3.tonh.vtaarSIElIne
up prwulnsdl.eie"e.
nature everything connected, with the l"a5o 'toother. limn i..rarrl.dln. real w........ h. ADKLPJIIA. ::--:1YOHK.. "'
faking mentioning
to not In.iLN.00p.r'arkw.eraftInS.u'ue! V..
tariff ness. from delivering 'Rlot'"M.| setting rirsfroma4t/eaa.... .f.....el u> alll_I>u wi,.hwllk "
adw..rthCf.m..nt. keeping the rjoka. ) (mairaiMf.... t.It..lati. fr .. Artdrraa i
I OVAL MCOICIMC CO. ........ 8I'a.. C1t c.*.. In
collecting and paying: bills. ftr to getting = I
umber of people are *o dla-: For Sal I. Oata..TUl.. rtortda. by Two Elegant Trains I lU.iy:
the copy
'd concerning the business mor- -- .. --- VV. M. .Job_... Drnggla '
f Mr John D. Rockefeller that ----- SEABOARD EXPRESS
$100 REWARD. $100. --
: tually would do tho" thing MEN AND \YOMEn/
.* yes If they had the chame The readers of this paper will b ,-iS TRT. s.m gl 1'rh..If.n SEABOARD MAIL.
to learn that there' U at least .. d a." . ,'. .
pleased .Iwo.
keep the old fellow In theht re'..., .. 1,r .. I .' ." C
one dreaded dla.. that science has ..,..vl.a.... ar .. ;oe a .,..kuo.r.e. .
and narrow path. .. r.., . .r d .... ...w.
in all its stages and .. . .
------ been able to cure m'sIva.t0'Ivt5t1 t -
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Hall's Catarrh Cur a m.9Jart MT aHM -
that Is Catarrh .
Modern Pullman
coal la to be used for the r.a.. NM'' .t. ". ,
Is the only posltl** cure known to the .. .e' e' t.
:ships going to the Pacific, It theo 'I ./iM .I' '
,.* medical fratrnl Catarrh being acunatituUonal t.tf..f _. .. ..CMOGUaD
s not exceed 50 per cent more
disease. requires a con

':t..e: >uld tendersor seem to be giving foreign the coal.coal 1 tltutional treatment Hall's Catarrh The Jamestown Exposition Line
Cure is taken Inh.rnal!! acting directly
core: than Its share of prot >cf -
tbV blood and mucous aur
at resident Roosevelt baa soT upon
face of the system thereby destroying " Norfolk Va.
the foundation of the dlea* and f ,
atr-njrtb by build- aM0'e' t4"t1 '
giving th" -patient S
1 .. ,....
constitution and assisting ._
."McGlaty baa annount"ebb log nature up In the doing Its work. The proprietors Ex,-ur>jon Tickotn (In fcale Daily.ror .
for tax aaaeeeor of Manatee
bare so mucu faith In Its (!
lie resides at riaraeota that they offer On.lIundrf'd . .
curative power hw-4 .< M' n T. r sr. ;. E

"'1.- water U vIdenUy not ao. Dollars Send for any for list caw of that tt It 1 tie asu beset r. -, ,.v r w -'5 c, f* feel ..!o.IWL sod I'll.' ., ., ,,,.,..110.. cell .a any Agedl s
at be cannot tine from the falls to cure. yrs... N f 6 $,-.t..rd. pr writ*
moaUl Address r t tII
of the *! In ca.0' his
( r. J CIIEXET A CO. Toledo. O. C pfTfyTC'S 1a A......". fi.a.fan' i faa . :- the primary In 1X>*. This Sold by DniggUtJ. Tk. i Jael.oa.U).. n.. ti

.e.t: believe'. la. the od: ,adage of Take Hall' Family Pills tor rafted' '
ar.l bird tt / .
cauhlng -' -

>te *J .. .. .. (. ?.., "1f!
.tI;f""..: ... .w; "' :"

-8yt x.,,
y I W

_.n _.. ,__ _.' _'_" _" '.
1r -
,(!;"o/>, OO+OOec-O WOMEN WHO CAP

;*. :Everyone Is Delighted at Appointment well" 9 Accused of Blocking Train, was Turn Ie .
1;i of Prof. W. S. Cawthon. "Keep y .d Over to County by. Bondsmen Health Is the 'First ;Essential Toward
"' E" Mailing
1 better
ft; Announcement was made in The than'li tOt Jake Moore, a negro who :was arrested a

; San. of Tuesday morning that Supeifntehdent. > .l t get well: ... 0 I some time during last fall upona Woman Attractive.MISS .
"t : Dr..1. 'I... Kelley!' ; Jb ,"apJV SCDt't.oI.oI' charge of obstructing the SeaboardAir
1 ,pointed J:rot: W. S. .Cavrthonjjof.: tU. $ 0 Emulsion 0) LIne track at Campville by piling

''{,.,University of Florida, and one of''the .. fortifies the body crossties upon the same and who has
Wn2oat! capable educators of the State. been out under bond was turned over
disease and
;; to the prlnclpalshlp of the Galnea- against I\\) to Sheriff Fennell Tuesday by his
r; :rule Graded and High SchooL strengthens it during -c co > bondsmen and Is now In Jaif.
'+t "1'ls announcement seemed to convalescence. 0 Moore will be held awaiting action
f please everyone Interested In the welfare I. j|, It is composed of tQt ,' of the grand jury at the fall term of

ra of the school as Prof Cawthon I IX. I i cod liver oil and () the circuit court in November.

i!,,:a man well known In this section. I in
: hypophosphites
<> 0
,$ Aaving been connected with the UniYfrslty Marshal Arnow'a Report.
.. 6 easily digested form. .
ever since the Institution .c1 Those who think Marshal. Arnow
.c# Mss. established here. It builds up faster 0 does not properly attend to his Duties

': Jj:!ProL Cawthon is very much pleased! than work worry evidently do not know what they are
'+ ;,3JY.r the appointment, as he has expiheseed and trouble can tear talking about This efficient officer

: himself. He la going into 1- down. is ever on the alert for the interests

,i"<'tl' .' work with a ,vigor and earnest- ALL DRUGGISTS iflOe. and safety of those whom he was
:1} which must mean success, and AND LOO. elected to protects with the result: that HULDA KUGHLER MISS ELIZABETH WYNN
a high compliment)) to his assotilttes O4QIOOOOOOOOO
:w. it has come to the point where those
by saying that no better can There Is s beauty and attractl Miss Holda 'X .bler. pt No 2v.
inclined to break the law are watchful
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r, ness In health which Is far greater West ISth Street, New York City,
!f'ibs'7found; anywh..re.V'i. of the Hoard of County Commissioners of his whereabouts. than mere regularity of feature.A .. writes i
>; school will In regular
jrjie open
that others, he had .com-
among Marshal Arnow turned In his re-
(.Border on Monday morning I and both afcklr' ,irritable, and complaining-
plied with the law/ etc., and had been
i. ... port for September to the Council of Dear Mrs Finkham'For >-
always carries a cloud
t nlty end students will enter the woman
'i make granted a permit to own and carry a Monday night, which, although may depression with her; she is not only month I was ID with an internaltrouble.
",'j work with n determination to
pistol. not look so creditable to tbe moralsof unhappy herself; but Is a damper to I offered terrible agony,
it.'tl t ,; moAt successful! and beneficial "This Is not correct" remarked Mr. the city, jvhows at least a creditto all joy and happiness when with her nervous, irritable, and rick all the n..w.i
h erin In the of the Institution took different medicines without benefit.
history and friend
:) family. :
Ward 1 never had occasion to carrya the diligence of the police force. Lydia B. Plnkham's Vegetable Conipo n4
fjj'oalnesvllle has the advantage of have was reooammnd*d and-within six months K
pistol in life, and it looks
;::1,10., a moat energetic: and ambition my as The report'how8..that... during the It is the bright, healthy, vivacious was ootnpletelr restored to health and I
:' though I wan about getting ready to woman who always charms and carries wash to racMimaiancl it to every suff.riagwoman.
month there occurred
L2tlot'of pupils, and an the faculty 1 Is twenty-eight arrests ...
wherever ah
do xo. I have no objection to the goes
from which flnea_and costa derived ....
atso ambitious and energetic, we may '
fellow! who wants to carry a gun. because If a woman find* that her energies
?&, Sect a gratifying success", of the coining aggregated $108.75. There-were are flagging and that everythingurea Women who are troubled with
': term. In many Instances It may bean twenty-seven head of cattle and bogs her; If her,feminine system; falls to painful or irregular fanotlona, backaehe .
Sjt't ": 1 have studied the _personnel! of I absolute necessity; but I have not arrested for the violation of the ordinance perform ita allotted duties, there U ,bloating(or flatulence),dlapla e-
Yt>arrlved at that stage, and I desire nervousness, sleep aasnnsa,' taintnesa.backaehe. .. meats Inflammation or uloeratioa
;: the faculty *well" remarked Prof. prohibiting them from runningon that diaatneaa
, The Sun to correct thin Impression." headaebe. bearingj-down bearing-down feeling ,
:Owtbon to a Sun representative the streets, and the impoundingfees pain, and Irreajularitiee' causing indigestion, or asrrotis proatratlc t
/Tuesday, "and I can flatter myself) In The official proceedings of the Commissioners amounted to $13.50. The total constant misery: and melanohalla.she . maybe restored to perfeeft health and
taken from the minute that B.PlaJEJuu. strength by taJdna; Lydla. & Pinathaak -
are should remember Lydia
L..,the assertion that I believe I have business for the month ran to a total *
.' C.. *Vegetable Compound.Mrs.
Vegetable possd
book and upon Investigation it was *
titJa. .
: .bed all-round faculty In the State.arbey native roots andherba will
made from
: ).
observed that it was not M. Ward
are all good, conscientious, dispel all these tr ab1eL BY eoneoV n JkftaUB*. larltadM Ie Wasicm.
ibard workers of ability, and there l la but W. J. Ward, to whom the permitwas How to Cure a Cold. IDa the ..... of the troeble it ears
granted. There being such a where other treatment have
"f110 reason why we should not come The question of how to .cure a cold may Women suffering from any form
similarity of Initials the mistake
tout at the end of the season with fly. I was without unnecessary loss of time is of female weakness are Invited tepromptty >
ltq colors. I am going to work In made. one In which we are all mor. or less Ills VUsabeth Wjnn. of No. SOS sommvnieate with Mrs
. Now York writes Plakham. a* Lynn, Mass From the
th AYOD", City sPlalah.onw
fcarmony with the faculty and atudjtiVnts. interested, for the quicker a cold is
Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured. aymntoms gtTea, the trouble may be
\ and there in no reason that we gotten rid of the less the danger of Dear](ii. loesfail; and Mae quickest and surest
"In November. 1901, I caught cold pneumonia and other serious diseases. For months I snffsrad wttk dreadfalbiarlaahaa. way of recovery adrlaed. Out her
',;to-gether.:; and had the quinsy. My throat was Mr. B, W, U Hall of Waverly. Va., has pats to the beck aad jjvarehsnaorrssces vast volume of experience In treating
: ,, I weak and out d aorta
was female ills Mrs. Plnkham probably-
swollen so I could hardly breathe. I
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy toryrs
all tae Mms Lydia X.PtakaauaVS Vegetable baa the Irnowledo* that will
fl. It Wasn't M. J. Ward.Kfa applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm andIt .'nd says: '"I ,firmly' believe Cimiuwaail h msi1 a.wM.all otbsr madi* help your very ca... Hand aarioe l. free

M. J..Ward, a well-known and pronil- gave me relief in a' short time.' In Chamberlain's Cough "Remedy tot be \ems aesded bad&flsd.send cpWEJr.It iisaurl; .....to..be my jost baatta.whatI ** always helpful.
*ent citizen of Tacoma who was In two days I was all right says Mrs.L. absolutely the best preparation onfjthe

%alneBVllle Monday, called at The Cousins Otterburn Mich. Cham- market for colds. I have, .recommended -
..5jBun ,office' and stated that this paper berlain's Pain Halm is a liniment and It to my friends and they all
}triad published .an announcement in its la especially valued for sprains and agree with me." For sale 'by..alldrng: . Advertise in THE SUNj
[ 'September! report of the proceedings swellings. For sale by all druggists. gists.
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j The People's Store-..Where Goods Are Sold on a

= Small Margin

.; Our list of depositorsis

We 'for the Fall Season. New Goods
are now ready coming by every train,
growing and we have Bargains in every Department.

; day to day. ---

Our methods Shoes Shoes 20 pieces Swans Down Outing

are ,.. I Flannel will bo thrown on our CANDIES!

conservative and v .
counters .'Ionda)" ut 1 Qc yard '

we try and make you feel \\V :irv >\tll lixtnl'& oil -would} ) bv cheap at 12 t-_l". CANDIES!

that your businessis :Jh,rt' Staple and Dress Goods Fall!

matter kind, will behown thi '
no Tho " > l lxv
:SOMU: (ino values in IV- \( TY money can

how small the account. tor'* l.lark.I. I )iami+n
A big line at 10C poun
If you are not TinC'rown line, vici and!
New Silks lte'-t Cheo'ahO' at 20Cpoum

already a customer, patent, at $2.25 can't l etouched. ).

Yard-wide. all color} $1 1. 2:
'' >
call around and All C.imlio) *! iMmnt<'.'.1 l
good*, at only $1.09 yard.

give us a share of l.atlics Hernaltlo line in pure.

your business. differentlyltw t at JSI.St Job Lot of 100 Odd.. Cats

equ.il to thO-t' $old} l nt $1. 75.l KITCHEN WARE

For *" uia 11 M'ii and Hoys,

' tye are located in our own orri"l line at S2.60 and worth a* high a* S T.(X)-take

building, S. E. corner of 52.75.Uadcliffe. ...ar your choice} thin) $ale nt Sic Everything for the kit-

:; each (("a une Cluic'k.RiIJMns chen.
z' the Square. : at $2.5fr-rtn-;

?4 t'a jr,..)d'! to IH had. Ribbons! J.\rg shipment of Tin

w Four Per Cent on Savings Accounts. and Enmuehviirv just roc -

Full line of ('hiltln"ii'Shtat' s- No. .10 :1I(1no(> Itibbon litonly
.*i ive\-41.
all the
in gni.IZ's. 1e ynrl.riaid .

Try our Shoe- --will save liltll1 ir. all th! Compare price an PHIFER BROS.
you money new 1:1nI will buy of ua+.



; ;; OwlLv \ ARMCHAIRARMy, OFFICERS. I President Roosevelt In his speech at

&un the tomb of McKinley dwelt upon the

Perhaps It Is the President's fault hatred and envy of the rich. With THE JOY OF DIVING ;

and perhaps it Is not. It sounds remarkably -I'I all due respect to the President of .

;&erf d$1 ebc Ibis.. OIDO. .. GaDen11l..F1a.. like one of his wicked the United States there 1* but little CAJf B* WTTULT RKAUZKD tVIlaVN YOU

....00 '''-mall natter. schemes. But the general staff Is such feeling in the hearts of American ENJOY GOOD HEALTH

getting the credit of it. Army officers citizens. Th..reIs.. hoer ;
,. i.Z4Itor and Publisher.jl a
.yicCBiibR : .;;; ,
11 g who have, not the
-- seen top elevationof strong feeling against the predator
...il }J _-
B.p.qa'llFi !' :+ t....Chy EdJs.or. a horse except from a club window rich that have plundered right and !
JISSK for years are going to be left tI
K put through and a universal demand for ....fw.
. pKE WITT..-;. Svpi. CooupoAlBff Rooms. their paves riding as a preliminaryfor their punishment where they ha\o ills
promotion. This is little short of ot>e>,,'il the laws and this feeling

OFFICE* PORTER 3LOCB.M awfuL -There area lot of officers In has been hlghtened In thE' lmtmmlt\ .

W.ital.6ttHt.,$. "TELaPBoNa 4.34 Washington particularly who are granted by the President and his ail

"i;;TMU.T-6OT ,pobiiab "UTmoraiuC e:. healthy enough In a general sort of a vises n 1 particular Instances i

w joday,deU'ft'Rd t T carrier in the city,or way, and would not be retired, for j i The Popular Liver Medicine
ratted part*,** S"11**State.postage !
to any
physical disability from '
an arm chair
Phillip Isaacs has ohl TTfe Fort
.rear *'-5 o -**: 1D01I&h.; $z.ag three
for J5 :
Will You
yes p.eh.ot3 cent" to- !.t -_ trlctJ) in for the next decade who- may show \I'o'rtc Press to P. A. Uuhl, recently Keep WellA

:: up in :very different shape, after f of The Itartow (Courier-Informant

.. thirty miles on horseback. It 'maybe Isaacs N one of the oldest member GUARANTEED CURE: for an en....... produced: by TORPID .
notice hi local column to cents a line I LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system
feeding ia.ertlon. ands cent for" each additional only 'a ,.coincidence: but there is a of tit, Florida press. and the fratent with Araaroc.: Calomel! and Quimn. They act a* rank poison

..fnt,nio .' . '. decided "hump" In the line of promotion It, will deeply regret his retirementfrom which vitiate the blood. d.biht.ta the system and I.*.\. a. trail ;w
.Rates'or dUplay ad ertl i.IIIC made known on and If the officers: under them the editorial tripod. Mr' Ruhl of bad symptom. which require years to oblitarat HERB '
T INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral narcotic 1'
have or
to wait for
implication. t their step till the Is, out of the best hustlers .
_ poisons, la absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of
Twtee"Week Bra to a. .eight-tsaj.fOl"t7erJDrDD present sedentarily ht'althom'l"ers' in the State, and ht will undoubtedly nature. It carries. off all poison in the system and leave no

Tie paper pwbllabed every Monday and are retired by law then the youngermen make .i success!' of The Press. loom injurious effect r

-rburaday, and contatoa an the new of the in the service will be wearing luck to \',)U, Pete.t CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER
and general and will be lieutenants' I
week. local. State shoulder straps and baldheads I
nailed, postage free, to any rut of the United at the same time. Therefore I t It There will have to be a how lowii'l REMEDIES FAILED

hales or Canada for$t.oo a year-in advance. I the riding qualification for promotion. I(' >rettiK>n b>' the Republican playersin Mr. L. A. flicks. IreOell.. Texas .'1'.: I was

advertising bin become due after first The rumor about this test of physical ![ the> rrekidentlul Jackpot for Taft sick ia bed for eight months with liver trouble, the)
AU r.
I Ii 1 doctor seemed to do .. no good, I was told to try
unless otherwise .
i tppear.eceof advertisement efficiency has been flout for some und! CVrtelyou are: both Intent on raining '
Fartiee not known to Her bine, end It cured me In a short time. I cannot r
Itipulated la contract. .uavill months but the blow fell last week tin- limit And forcing President recommend this wonderful medicla too blghlv." m t
be required to pay for advertising ID .dnice. > "
I Address THJS DAH.V RUN.GaMasvlLLM. and there are 60 officers from the I HiH se\" 'It to lay down or shohis' TAKE IT NOW

PL*. rank of colonel down who will be put hand!

-- -- _. on the quarterdeck of a horse early ._. - LARGE BOTTLE. 50c OET THE GENUINE ;

Attorney-General Bonaparte will j, this month and sent! out for n long I The standard Oil Company| \Ste pr. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

:lOw! try to apply the shingle to the t road ride. Then they will be examine paring to exploit the oil tieltlH of

lumber trust. ed, and the chances ore that a lot of Japan After a little while the Mlkiulo! ST. LOUD U. S. A. iaOLD

t them will be retired. Fleing retired' will li., permitted' to stand at.lil and

This double turbine President of for physical disability! is no disgrace I let the fompany run the government:

ours stirred up the Mississippi until but It means reduced pay. However for liini ID MsTOOMMKMDKD av

it felt like old times on the river. it will mean promotion for a lot of 'V\T_ M. JOHNSON:

younger officers and they will try to It appears it was Standard Oil inon,

All does not seem to be as well put up with this with becoming forti- ey that was back tif some of those

In the canal zone as the administration tude. It Is a little hard on some of dlnnerH Harry Thaw KR\'". That IM A-!

reports would have us believe. the armchair officers who can see slbly accounts for the UI.alodoruul4 features

their finish without the aid of a Held behind them e

glass and' they are naturally blaming --"-
Some vaudeville "topllners are GQVFI IL RAG' ''iO99
The Atlanta Journal and The At.
it on the President who. hold
raid to be paid $10 a minute. The $ .
managers must want them to ""do it has a mania for physical exercise. lie lanta Constitution are engaged; In a

quick." has come to the poln\t where In spite discussion! about foreign rate on

of tennis he rides at 195. Hut he stoves The argument !1:4 petting; 4 LI '
too. : .
can still take a five-barred gate and
Fortunately, perhaps, for his grace .
he does -- -. ----- --- - -
and his winning ways, It Is against apparently not see why an ( iltAIIAM BUILDINC.( ; .

the rules to use the big stick in a army officer should not.
-- -- {I'E IIAtt: FOR SAI.K
tennis game. PIMPLES
MUCH WORK-SMA L PAY. ( In1 p-lx-r>M>iii IKIIIM, in Sortli Sun1,1. st'ilh', 11ust call.. I.l.ul. fro,1l 4. .t ti, '
ituifr. ed, nn tiruYe Ntnr t 11.1 'u/lMI! hr f Prier' FUI' lei
"}Ir. Roosevelt Is the victim of his
"i ni.d.ll trl.... 0'binnd ..._.!I.. .wbleb. tall.so .. Out* f..llr nn.111 ln>ilin Ni.rlli < tii lii-i.\ill.', MilU lot Illis INi f f.r't. !Pn floum > .'t '
ever zealous adorers." says The New I' Most anybody can edit a newspaperand do os any ftmA but 1 h..... fonnil lh. tabs hint *
-lM Irt-ten t cent .h.wii H" nth until .itul) f'.r.
x 'laat. M* fan was full of |>lmplr. end b.sek.kead. |leer |la r i In. | cants
York Sun. The Sun. however can make it Interesting for awhile. .. Afior > kln( <1>..->r.t> they all irft I >malnc for ft 1.'r| inoiitli ,
the of and -omiufiUina
establish an alibi. Some people can keep up the inter stem M, mr f rl..-l.. I r:"I.'n*..wt.>.n I view n th* 'I'Mrnly-lUi* r.'sblr,1c.' lots.| in city hn.its, 1111! Jiitfli Mitif dry g.ns.i| |IMM>
tpni.t Hop* to barsa tb c u> r.1o.a..adO
est for a month or two without fagging O. .. lion, troiitintf on nu'f .t meet . l.- tri I Itui hhtn, city ruler sn J all the udvaiiniri'n
O. wills. 14 Elm SI. N...a'k. N.J. if to t.! II.K! in llw city rrnt- n ,: from f 7% /Mt to I.'VA ($>.-tn
Private advices to the editor of but it takes a natural-born pencil fluHii
[< r''etlt tti |ls.'r ini'iiih w.
The Sun from Tallahassee state that shover and a hard worrier to Best ForTh I'l 1'l I. 1'l nl It I'K'MI'I Itn U 1'1'lI I I'- 11, en' Art. |p..inon, to n.ensge

'It looks like an extra session of the grind out, an interesting batch of local bowels valise illiet tin'' iuo t ui'l'rut.rl| l uixl 10.iirrl, n.rtl.ni- .p ,

Legislature some time in November." and editorial Items week after week

for a terra: of years. There I Is no

The many milk dealers who are be- profession that is more exhausting or CltNan CATrW1TIC KMHKI;: :.: s JOII A.N. W, W II AM I'TON.

iF convicted of watering milk have less remunerative for the work than

idt-ntly' mistaken their calling. They the editorial or journalistic profession 1

would have been Wall Street frenz- but how few believe thl .-PalatkaNews. JORDAN & COMPANY i 4.

i t'd i financiers. P1.aa.fi.. ral.t.kl.. l.t.t.n..T..t.04 Tn n........
N.verMcY.a.w.k.s.rItNp.lie. . :Jkr. tvM ;.. ,..
All of which 'Is very true, but suppose .. to fculh. 9 >>. rK.ln. ashl.a! .i....|..4 < t. I..
U_+m\mm4 to r.r. or jovr .. Mr Andrew Carnegie may feel that you had to keep your lick tlf'| 8tc/lin Remedy Co.. Chicago N.Y. su j INSURANCE

should die on the threshold of the day after day Instead of "week after ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES

rhoiiip, but he doesn't seem to care week!" You fellows on the ,weekly t'OKTHU HI OCR (1AINIISVII.LI! :. FI.CHlIfJA M

tlcularlyto have the tax collector iress who get out good papers like - -

him get there. ThH hard News to do so undoubtedly; but you must have multiply to work .:':; ;:e_ REVIVOREITORES Fire Life and Accident !iJlfn'r.;: '( ,<, ;1.r'1, .U.d; b..i:, '

those; Congregational preachers your weekly stunt by six and 'In many VITALITY -.

right the Chicago 400 are worse Instances seven, before you will fully r111 .1 L,

an the New York crowd. Hut thank realize the diabolism of the strenuous o "Made.. a 4r

f dnt'MM there are only 400 of then lif<*.-l>i\e Oak Democrat. Wt!Jinanu

they are all Republicans. The editor of The iH mocrat !Is correct THE of Me,1fC1I

Our brethren of the weekly SEABOARDAir
; 1LTx _
colored vote Is said to be gravi' prom who have Bever published a TO ZUIIW-X:) '

towards Tom Johnson for mayor dally U:1veno "flflN>ptloti of niP pr04u. flue ,.....,1.. In 3ft der e. It acrlpuwerfu.lrall.'quiet ti
H.I 17 ( urr.whenulb.r.Isl '
Cleveland' because the Presidentout trtMiuouft life" we Publishers, of ourw men ear rev nit.." 10 "t .11..1 s..e
for Durton. Thus do polltih. daily lrtpers have to and. Tit editor old ten mar F" .o-r I .' Ir YCluthh.1 ""r I', Line Railway i
.,ln. JSPCYlacl. It Qul.lcl aver unless r.
kena' come home to roo"t. of The Hun, for III"tall"". ha* been m..,.r. Nrrv..u.n*-. l-...t Vleey!:: ........*
\ .. _.,.rt all Lx.% I', wrr, KM.IH.. M.m"rrl
working seventeen hours a lay for the tVa.lla r !>(_..>.. aid effrrtu o*"l/..bu.* eeatcam "'
s said that Mr. Jlooaevelt'n forth' pit two weeks, from .". o''lork In the study'busloes.ora.arri.yo and in..j..UI"" wbith It "p"ton't.re..e,. caw, fo., SAVANNAH COLUMWA[ C'A.1lIEN: SOU-

will bfl morning. until 10 t'duf'k l at night hy utanlar at 'b.. vat ut .11-! ",,_. t..t .' ..real TIIERN PINES HALEIOII HK'HMONI[ )
ng to
message Congress ,. ,
pierce tesie seed M'- M| Ku 1 11 or. t' f u1.1w /
"rn-ly loneWell.. It takes a with barely half an hour for meals! I- k the pink glue llortntrtb :. p.1. t1.rrMs an InK conipellwl| l to "turn a han*' at fly. ol "..... It w.r.'. .,T anprijxlilntfdlxn WASHINGTON, UAL/miOKE[ Pll11 ,.
f space to touch ui everything ,.... Is4.t on havliMf SIPS' e'wotber. ) .
'unll.'tttfl l with the l I.\J.... A DELPJIIA.o:\\ VORK.
fO".t"rythhIK Item h" carried In t .tbr l 1. ,
nature faking to not mentioning : J' ;
msll.ll.OO per i trkat'. or.l for 4.oo. V,
tal'l R ness, from delivering pawr| setting rive free sd.tee aoIIe.> a.l I -fci. _:.h
advertisements, keeping the book. with fm.r....... t 1..tan, f fartrtr...
OTAL MCOIC1KC CO. M.ri.. 91** Clots... tn ,
roJ1pf'tlnc and |a>triK bill. Mr to get
,umber of people are ao dl*- the editorial ropy For Bale >I. OaJneerlll. rJor1 a. b, I{ Two Elegant Train Pa.-; :
ting up
\\I'd concerning the business* more I -' -- W. M. .IG1aD__. Druggist t
_. ::: _. '
Mr. John D. Rockefeller that SEABOARD EXPRESS
r. tually would do those thing
.* yea If they had the rh &nr6. The reader of thli paper will !>* 7 Ik1 I''rrv.s''as .,. SEABOARD MAIL.
pleased to learn that there !I. at least .. ..o4.w u' A"' . .. Iuw..d
in the P
keep the old fellow lie . .e. 7
dreaded disease that science has ... eeFb... ,r b. . t I. .I.
one Y
;ht and narrow path r..e......... 1 ,.. .. .. s.,is .."..
-- ---- bn able to cure In all Its .taic.*. and .n IUI D't.re Cl a' f .. .. .
-- ------ ..5a54.N.....
a.l I LL s
Hall' Catarrh Cure nKnur ,1
that 1i CatArrh. . ... ; Modern Pullman Equipment
riran coal U to be used for the rl., err :- ": :
Is the only poHltlv cur: known to the l. . '. !
ship going to the Pa cUI c. If the sl, '.t '
,.tn.- medical fraternity Catarrh being a N .- ..... .. ,..
not exceed 5O per cent moret
constitutional disease. 'fiulr** a constitutional .
ie tender for" foreign coal
treatment Hall's Catarrh .rMoCuatDNprc
Would seem to be giving the col The Jamestown Exposition Line
Cure is taken lntrn&') %' acting direct
bore than Its share of protecI -
1 ly upon the blood and mucous suit
ut President Roosevelt has oMcOlnty
faces of the system thereby destroying I Norfolk Va. "
the foundation of the disease. and ,
giving th..-p. tlent strength by building tN'CO r

bas announced bU up the constitution and assisting .
NTC . Ex'u",ion TicktH on SaltDaily..
nature In doing 'It* work The proprietors .5' N atI ( ..
7 for of ManateeHe
tax asteasor have so math faith In IU I I

resides at Hannota.J curative' powers that they offer One ..1' . w'1)

water Is evidently not oat Hundred Lw llars Send for any for list t'a..of that t*.UmonUl It- 1st visa 1t... ,_ "".r r. "C I:. Tor fu. tafo/nel..t at.J h:>.tof ,...,..Uoo. call oo any Agal i
he cannot rise from the fall to cure. ,...to II"' Co .. i $ .t".rd. "f writ.ii *
of the sea' In case of bit r J.* CUE NET A CO. Toledo O "t V : C If>'.*' :.T(>X Jo A......... f..II.ttI' |*.ee..!!!.r '_*...
at the tn ISo*, Thisst
primary Sold by DniggUt. 1k. rmT.r t Juke ..ii... Yis.
b Uev.. 'In the old ,adage of Take Hall's Family Illls for co *.u.fCtkIa. t. Sit y

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GEORGIA MASONS. TO MEET. Nuns RCbbed of $300. Notice of Application fort Tax Deed CL; :: ,: .MSHXP:: : CO.
I WatMnfctrn Oct 8.-.Jpwel l and Under Section 8 .of Chapter 4888

money ale missing: from tee Georgetown Laws of Florida.
fused Ledge Will Assemble In Macon, convent as u result of a robbery: Notice Is hereby given that E. 0.

S s Oa., on Oct. 29th. committed there. The sister nupc Baxter trustee purchaser of Tax Certificates r
'Atlanta Oct 7-The grand lodge rlor of the inetlttitlon reported to the No. 16. 20. 86. 100, 102. 127.
139. 140. 141. 145, 148 148. %19. 239.
will oonVene in that between $200 and $300 In
I 49f Georgia Masons police
244 281. and 35G, dated the 4th day
Maeea on Oct 29 In Its two hundred cash a handsome diamond ring a of September. A. D. 1905 has filed
|md twenty-flrst annual communica coral n<-cklare and a bracelet had said certificates inuy office and has
tion. Tbe session will be the most been taken from a desk In her office made application for Tax Deeds to
largely attended in the history of LH-tcctlves investigated the complaint Issue in accordance' with law. Said]
Georgia Masonry. \ but found no traces of the doors or certificates embrace the following
described property' situated In .Ala-
< 'JTir will probably be 1.500 masters wnldows saving been forced. There : '
chua county Florida towlt: FOCF-t. .S
masters were indications of the deck having n rg
sod past present. EVi of Nest and Se% of 8e& Sec.
Tbe wonderful record of the p*.* been pried open with a tack lift. The 10 Tp. 8CH; 14-12O acres. -
'xeta.r Is set forth in a letter of Grand police; are working on the theory that Eft of E% ttec.. 13, Tp. 8 S.. R. 14- J CKeonvllle: emd New Yorlc

OdUter' iMeyerhardt. wlilcb has beenetkt I the theft was committed by some one 160 acres. Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. O.. both ways.Tbe ..

% .... all the lodges. Among otnertalngs familiar with the building.Man 10 NeVi Tp. of 7 3 Se.. 4 R.and 15-Ne SO%acre of *8w. %' Sec. PI test StauBsblps in the Ceajitwlse Service

In this letter the grand master 3tt of Sw% and NwK of Sw% andSw Clyde New England and Southern Linen
: 'flays: Cremated at Cedartown. % of SeVi Soc 17. Tp. 8 8.. R. IS-

(, j' "It. Is 1p ,1. announce to you that the past year Just west of the city limits WV4 of Ne% and Nw% Sec. 20, Tp. ,PBOVIDKNOE, and All Eastern Points.
8 3, R. 15--240 acres.
if. IMM bean one of unprecedented pros at 3:30 o'clock Sunday morning thatdestroyed Oalllng at Charleston both ways.Boothboond. .
3w% Sec. 3. Tp. 8 S R 16-160
K ,perity. Whet the grand lodge con- ,, a house belonging to the : acres. B re IN' : S.ASLINCS:

(;>renes there will be In tbe treasury Cedartown company and burned to I SV4 of Nw% Sec. 6, Tp 9 S., R. '16- .................From .Lewis' Wharf Briton
7 beet $35,000( the greatest surplus xlvuth Robert Williams, a man about I 80 acres. NGr&b oo'd... From Foot, of Catherine at.. Jacksonville
rb'.b own' In tbe hlrtory of Georgia Ma- 40 years old. There was eojne seed I EyE of Se% Sec. 9, Tp. 9 S., R""Ie- ,

..1ery. We will have 30,000 mem- cotton in the house, and Williamswas 80 acres. .
; Mw% Sec 11, Tp. ,9 S.. R. 16-160
!,I;.',.""n on our rolls'- n increase of 12- seen by his neighbors; to strike acres. Clyde St. Johns "River Line
.1 000 within the past nine years Our several matches during the night. His
SeVi. of Ne% Sec. 4. Tp. 10 B.. B
IBeXTvectn and S
;; : lodges-Including. ; those tinder clittpeo.smtion family was absent at the time of tbe 16--40\acres. *
':' -numher 610. Our home hal!! fire, and no particulars can be obtain. 3w% of Se% Sec "'.4, Tp. 10 S.. R Stopping. : at Falatka, Astor Be res ford (DeLand'.and Intermediate.. Landings
on St. Johns River.
-been improved, every need of its occupants ed of the unfortunate affair. His 16-40 acres.
has been supplied! we do not charred body was found after the Nest of Ne',4 and Ne% of Nw% Sec. Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
12. Tp. 11 S.. R. 16-80 acres.
x. ,.."t/ ene cent, and every department house burned dowD.Napoleon ?wK of Ne% and Sea of Nw% Sec. It appointed to tail as follows t Leave ;Jacksonville, Sundays, Tuesdays and
{Ij of the grand Iodize bas been properfr? 12. Tp. 8 S, R. 17-80 acres. Thursdays, 8:30 p. tm Returning leave Banford. Mondays
sad creditably maintained. A new or % _Wednesdays and Fridays.. 8SO .. m.___
Bonaparte Lot 8 of Se% Sec 12. Tp. 10 S.. R. _
alarged grand lode f' temple I N In 17-10 acres. $ osad CHEDULE .ortboouui
entemplatlon and Georgia masonry Showed at the battle of Austerlitz.le Se 4 of Nw%L Sec. 32 Tp. 10 S, R. Rasa down. Read uD
t higher and nobler plane was the greatest leader in the 17-40( acres. Leave 8:80 .v.JacksonTille.............. ..Arrive 2 a10 ant
lands on H EVi of 8w+4 of 8e'4 Sea 23, Tp. 8:4Bpm ......Palatka...... ...... .....Leave 8:00 pa
:titan ever before. I world. Uallard's Snow Liniment has 9 S.. R. 18-10 acres. 800.m..Astor... ........... .. .. 8:8OpmlOOpai
\ I shown the public it Is the best liniment N% of Lot 8 Sec. 25. Tp. 8 S.. R. ..-, ....Ber.-.ford (DeLand) .._... ........
7'A Certain Cure for Croup-Used for In the world. A quick cure for 19-40 acres. Arrive 8:80 am.,.TTr'v.4. Sanford........ ..._...._.. B:8Oam
'j.... Ten Years Without a Failure. rheumatism sprains burns vuts etc. I The said land issuance I assessed at _IQiOOam.... ...Enterprise.... ...... ... .. ..._lD.-OOan: >
the date of the of such certificates PASSENGER TICKET OFFICE 122 W. BAY JACKSONVILLE
A. C. Pitta. Rodessa, LA. says: "I
J. Mr. W. C. Dott a Star City Ind., In the names of Unknown.
': hardware merchant is enthusiastic In use Dallard's Snow Liniment In my I Unknown. Mrs. R. E. Williams, *W.n. F. M. IBOKMOHOM, J. A. O. P. A., Jacksonville Fla.

.... bis praise of Chamberlain's Cough family and find It unexcelled for sore Douglas W. H. Cranford. Unknown Joan FKJTDBBX. T. P. A.. A. O. HAOBBTT, O. E. P. A.,
chest headache corns In fact for I T. J. Redden. Unknown Jacksonville, Fla Pier 86 N. R.. New York.
Remedy. HI. children have all been
I. J. Fowler. S. W. Sapp. Unknown ''
anything that can be reached by a O. H. TAYXOB. P. T. M.. O. O. Baoww, Q. P. A.,
-a/ subject to croup and he has used this Unknown. C. D. Basterlln. D. 290 Broadway, New York.L .
liniment. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
though they much feared the croup known. Jacksonville. Fla. / Leetborg. Fla.
Killed"' Unless said certificate hall be
ibis wife and he always felt safe upon Boy: by Wagon. redeemed according to law tax deeds> .rT G. 000..... 'JB., F. A.. E SwimiAU. G. F. A.
Atlanta, Oct. 8.-Henry Strickland
Jacksonville Fla. Pier M N..R. New York.
,retiring when a bottle of Chamber..JaIn"a will issue thereon on the 1st, day of .
a young white boy' deaf and dumb '' C P lxrvxu. Acent. Jaeksonvflle. Fla.
A In the November A. D. 190'1.
Cough Remedy was .
waa killed about C.25: Saturday Witness official and
Bouse. HI. oldest child was subject night at the Junction of Peters and seal this the my 1st day of signature October. A.

'to. severe attacks of croup but this walker! streets by a double team wag D. 1907. 8. H. WIENOES.
y never failed to effect a speedy on said to belong to the Georgia Transfer Clerk Circuit Court Alachna coun- ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY

i *vt.. lie has recommended it to company According to witnessesthe ty, Florida. .
Dy M. S. CHEVES. D. C.
ftrtonds and neighbors and all who horses were going at a trot and
'have used It say that It Is unequaled ran Into the boy. who was on a bycycle Notice of Application for Tax Deed llaoorpoxcatedl: .
d 'for croup and whooping cough. For crushing his body and head. :
all Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 E. E. VOTTLE MGR. .
sal. by druggists.
The boy died almost Instantly. Clarence -
Laws of Florida. abstracts of Title and foil information tarnished regarding: lanai IB this
Forest Reserve Project. Martin the ngero driver, after Notice Is hereby given that T. R. eooot,. Oar manager Jxas lived la this eonntr thirty year tad
g a short chase, wall caught; by Officer
o Is thoroughly'eonversant with land title.
Charlotte, M. C. Oct. 7-'rhf' Appalachian I Hunt purchaser of Tax Certificate
} Hood and v(>nt to the police barruvkeA 1
park forest reserve project No. 63., dated the 4th day of September
A. D. 1905. baa filed said "
,* warmly supported by Governor the Glen.* Card. I certificate in my office and has made -E3.. IE. v-o JUS.
state officials pr.s
and other application for tax deed to Issue In
.ml 1moM all the people .>f the This to certify that all druggists are I''accordance with law. Said certificate FIRE ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Representing
.d Mate. There '01\. been slight' : opposition authorized to refund your money If I| embraces the following described ft number of prominent American and English companies
to the proposition In certain |>or. Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure property situated in Alachua county <* \ REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.

Cons of the mountains of this state.Inspired I your cough or cold. It stops the ..Florida tow it: Ga.I.E1es-v-1.J.Le: s F1or:1..dA-
Nest of Sw% Sec. 12 Tp. 11 B.. . .
gip by one
en the whole, the' forest reserve is enthusiastically I serious results' from a cold. Cures la The said land being assessed at

favored In this tate at grippe; cough and prevents pneumonia the date of the issuance of finch certificate HVf OAK. PFRRT[ J dUlf RAilROAD ((0.

farce. --1_ and consumption. Contains no opiates. 'I' Unless in mild the certificate name of Susan shall be Glass.redeemed

Blown to Atoms by Nitroglycerine.San The genuine la in a yellow package. according to law tax deed" will
Antbnlo<< TI'x' Oct. 7.--Ow-, Refuse substitutes. J. W. McCollum issue tbereon on the 1st day of November Schedule Effective! April 20. 1900.

'! en V. Anderson recently appointed 11.Jeut..nlnt \ & Co. __. |i 1, A. D. l'J07.
the l'nttad' States army, ii Witness my oClcinl signature and NO.1'' No. Po No. S Na a No e No. Ii N,,). 4
i seal this the 1st day of October, A. Paul Sunu.ly D.ltyez lTATJONS DailY e. SUDOnb 'Ju OnlSllMUJ'es.
/era. blown to atoms Friday while Thaw's Second ,Trial Set.N ; D. 1907. s. H. 'VIE OES. ___ SUD bua,_ _ SusAM
handling a bottle of nltrogl; >'cerlneThe >w YorJ. <>ot. 8--Harr>' h.l! Clerk Circuit Court. Alachua county PM PM PM -I AMieav.
boue was" wrecked and his moth. Tha*.'" s,'('nll&l l trial for the killing ofi Florida Lease Leave ..rrr .. Arrive A.rfe: Arrt.el
*. I ITil I M. 8 CHEVES.DC.South .e, 1 211) a 40 .... . ,. Lire O.II....... 480 640 1000 .9 .1
H" was StanfordMil will begin 11M'e. By
,er had a narrowl1pfll. << Areas le Ara 4o .,. Lv Lv ro t.v I$ I L d toLt
to<< to Fort avenworth \. rf'fOm"nt was rC'l\ch--.t l between .. .--- .. ..-.-.--- a 4a I't: : 4S Lv 4 10 i" Lowllntr l'.rk..J A r : :: A r : ell A r : 10 A:
t4 preparing po pat 4 br Ar 4 m. ... Maro Ju.cUon ...... a 16 4 43 14Y e ro t..
rosy and was .ml'I'lns t A bottle of the ext Itottllc't l Attorney ."It nnn*, Martin \\'. ArlillO Ar6110 Ar6tu .... .... ..... ... .. .. I..a.o LYfiOO I.v a 4J
plosive when the accident owurre>l. llttUtown.oim ,'l f'r Thaw", and I Florida Alto 3n_ ter a_IO: _At- ..M. _"Hampton. .prirlr.: i v.7 M_ L.:10-_ l,v.. 7. )a!. I... ti MCotmecUoa

t Justice ItowlliiK of the "1I 'r.rn.* (urt: -' tv de .' tMwi1ng i'ark for aU'TnW';.-t'; md from- 1.J"ge Oak'and Perr,.end $5
I Ito. sal Mayo.DCUOD for Mara Alton alld IOU Imter""ate
)Ir. IJ.tt! points.
Annlston Hot Blast Sold. t..n\ "flff'll lie' date For 1a'ormatJu.0
eODDeetlcnalUll o'ber Ca.'pboneoreagonGeneral pD..r
Annlsl<<1n. AU O<-t. 7--'The. Hot Dx..d for Nov<< I. hut Mr Jerome op'i Arent:'"boDe 147 .wfa U"lkUn. Live Oak
tf ,Blast. wornlnK; Ulh, wan purchasedof posed' > thin, and ofTe?ed the date wi,tcbI / Normal I Kistifute TliOIolAS lJOWLINU. PreMde.t irvs OIo.It.rioJJNS... General! "aDlCer Ai'es

Milton .\. Pmlth Friday n>' NV. T. ;I was' cltcttti. I -- . .. .. - -- -
''IDdmon cbon. Jr. and ...."oo1ste*. who --- - --- - -- -

'Will continue Its publication .MrEdrncndwin RAISE YOUR GRADE-That raises

DAS been "ith the Hot CASTOR I'I'I your salary. The South Florida
Blast for ten }ertrt .a will n* norlt 1 For Infants and Children. NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE
dalHes of tho Normal Institute will give you the
other leading
; tog on
c 1f mouth.r The Kind You Have Always Boughl) best help In raising your grade.

I I South Florida Is the wealthiest and

A. Cotton, AlA.Mill, O Durned.TusVeenee (*t. 7.-.The Tkg \>--I :;:7uf: : .iZ:: most progressive part of Florida. It Jamestown ExpositionIt
best salaries. If wanta
gin and pays you
';, ..e Cotton OH( c >nipan> I
mill burned here Thursday night at II good school In South Florida attend

',' 7!30 ('I' lo forty to fifty thou..%nd dollar with I x.. .. 1'."trn. trot 7 In :t pr.-- : For further particulars addressP. is Complete in Every Departm t.

; 1nurance of $:PtrOJ( The Company I nit'
t will begin to rebuild as soon as the riTwt rojil' ("U"toll'llC'tlUIn..r (*uiutierlam Dade City. Florida T
Ion la i adjut, I ) (:nl'. Tenn '1 :i:ir.ttj,:v mo; niOK 1 br-Path
-- ------- --- r
- - -- ("hcrlv
,ti Cotton Crop Very Short.Cc I I (lap, w.< almost l.t,+M L>d and J. Th..nias. ,
.urnbiis. t'.a Ort &--.I.. F. Hum- of Mlddlr.t.oro.: K, . w" \* ser. T. F. THOMASUNDERTAKING ,

r V.r, a {'olutntws warehouseman" who 0'1'17 injnrtd i i:
from '\ l --- - t Display
t has Jiitt r.turta"t CO. :
(' where he but 4"'natv., II"I"IPPI'I I Brothers Ar. Acquitted.CoUtmb'a. .

v tert..ts says that the <<", '\ : H. l' P'I T.-Tte ...1. _. _u __-_ _
& shoit <'nlttlona in Alabama biothrr and iMt.&r 'j.ft'l6Jr. chug. "
very !1 I low Will interest Anti l Ir*truct .ou. Do not fail to goat
and )h..h&"Plt he reports ... much /, *>
worse h: &l h. rapvcltd to nu.1 MftbvM Dear Itatesburr. Tn June I.a..t. ; NEW C1OOD5.... IA' I I once.
base keen acquitted at Alln MAV"is'
Will Meet In C..c.go.Cbl. thoPW.1 was a*.aa lnated. 4Ir.1 owing to a -- --_.. For beautifully illustrated folder, containing male,
... .. I'. !l- Tbe natlun.I. : .. .
a* : j
l .. formedtdleulty:: whh !I. tl ra' a. descriptive matter, of hou.L etc., write
aU c'I u"t. ":'''' N : ho iJ its nr.wt ng4 ; , .EST rouxOrl"MF
U.tjr w4 arlltd .llb .he .110.: .
-. "Ptt" R .' ,.. I .'I I.tl 'h.. ..t ..... '
!c r t ,,e t oThey : T'. TItllt'41NIES FRANK C. BOYLSTON
Notice to Our Cu tom rs.Vf asks lito'" i'E'CE="'-

Make You Feel Good. \ > are pleased to auno.tnc' that .W..S.. o.sp _)n... fiSTMCT 5PAS3ONER AI JITi. JACXIJJIUE. fl.l.ar

Tbe pleasant purgative effect .xp Kol.*v a loner and Tar for cougha. --- -
rnced! by all who use Chamber- colds and lunjt trouble Is not affected .-...-... ....."'_ .. .u aiMnlaaaa.ne

. alD'a 6tomac) and LITer Tablets end br'the National, rue rood and Drug Mall a.. aelesrsa .sets,
.... .
< _. -ar, .a) ;f..E. <::1\\.. I\';
ce k UUoa of the body:and Law a. it


MORE PAY- FOR MINISTERS.- -I r JET .9I g Eaa o.S. aaND3. ::!

Salaries l
A Quest' on of H'g'" for Pulpit
IDLt ) j Alachua county I' old,41'!.) 'tire IB DsVERE B. MO.: ?. '
Orators Reaches. CrisuT ,
J.'RYIII' :Wires ha 248; mile rut .road Ail I*,
;:.>. Oc: N. -Repot'isb' .' "
r t i\tj miles wagon rose. M |'o ioitk*"'*, ,
g Tribune from ten of te bleu: ii 123! public chooU, Z1 pho""ll\Ut'" : ; DENTIST
the'rat that goes round . . .
Wt despise ,. -, UcopMliin conferences In I 1-: pl.nt."O.aw null. ,J7ittlto courthouse & '
F the same reason we : four newspapers. and pro. I
ua?- td noiaboilng slates show --
our ft> t' I Ifqr dneee l"urn. cotton rice., rugs, (r,,
'questh'tl of Mnuera].
hate wen. Inner_ realm olJthe 'Imll 1 \r\ I uat, rye potatoes' pineapple' that tverute minister of that churrhI .
life: Y l: *. peaorte. pear. plum, t pr ._
:: and aspiration=lt !. the test h.t1",1': !beet a crt ill... I cans and all kind of vegetable*. -- -

make good*. T.I t' .,* norallv expre.ed opinion I* !
cull you tar. .' : R.:.. ALDhKMAN: PKAllOE.
whose sails are 1' 'tgfous i work soon will nuffertJi ( Gainesville the County Seat. !
ship .
only makes BONE PAINS ITCHING SCABBY I I..> k of preachers" unless' salaries: ,
spread to the through-Urn wild.ocean seas. SKIN DISEASES. are ra:...,t. |In many of the conferences I Ha fourteen churches two pablu DI-: T13'i' .

Its journey Permanently. cured by taking Botanic. j vat held there wa tin E'10.hl. snhooU, the. University. of "Florida, i
difference between the deprav Blood Balm. of preachers from the pudplt to enter private nchool. three newspapers
If hare '
The ;you aches and
Office over Dutt A Co Baa.
> a. ;
thousands : United States- land office the be.,
Stanford White and pains in bones back and Joints. Itch bu I water tire alarm 'Jllem.4'lecrie! Phone :H.t Ualu-sTlU: FU. 1
Bother. Is simply in the artistic feeture tax Scabby Skin. Blood feels hot 01 The higher salaried movement ""at
thin and gat lights two ice( ff-ctorie. ,, . .
: Swollen Glands. --- -
Risings and
discuss d I and advocated
of the den. II at practically machine' shop, three' wood facto*
Bumps on the Skin. Mucus Patches
does his share in the uplift In Mouth. Sore Throat all the conferenceStliue -*, He, cotton alt, two mn*>. etoriet.
mule Pimples. 01
The the race. Jn the same way offensive eruptions; Copper-Coloret< I *, have been advanced about I three railroads two fertlliier' man* DR. ROBT C. Ill)\vtt3i: .
of ufactnring companies. one fiber I
$1WO t'wh during the last four
frauds who 'have the Spots or Rash on Skin or run-down votrsbut i '
pious manufactory, one rectifying turpentine
there arc or nervous Ulcers !this increase. which has
; on any part of not Kept I Ipact. plant, four bank, and we,| In: rl- r.
same conception. : the body Hair or Eyebrows falling .' Wi' h the cost of living has ftl'el : !. Mooked stores embracing -
gets on the out. Carbuncles or Bolls Take Botanic ,. !
never r-rong to .ft'Uthf'
mule ministerial
stampede in the commercial' line
My Blood Balm guaranteed to cure the Ottloe in Miller I."w Ghsnsn; "" ,
his talent
He knows where into b'1-ta'ss i Hfe.
track worst and most
deep-seated t
lies! He wears the blue ribbon because I Heals all sores stops all swellings __ Orrle Phone No. "J: (3 R"4iJ"n Xo: IVJ

be devotes his attention to hla I makes blood pure and rich completely After Wiley's Seat. I i .. ..'
-- - --
business. There are a set of changing the entire body Into a a ,:Man' ,.H1U r)'. Ala. (:kt.The I Keep Cool

main who belong to that. breed. clean. healthy condition. B. B. B race for congress in thU.. the .e<- >ndAlaban I :
people Is the recognized blood remedy for
throbbing hearts are \In the these conditions. < ( .llatrlct, promt-'si f If> be tern T.lJ.. Jol.I.IoJR.: : ..

Our love. Life-what warm t .II.nrl l ,\ A. \\,I.y. w :10 t.nkc-.
of those we CANCER CURED. I
hand when the<< m..1' 'easily. N Kolnv to have' t A'rroRN>:\".,.vr-i.iw.
And we
could we give If you have a persistent Pimple Let Us Do Your Works
more flht'U: hls! hsi:dw to !We: .p :a Mh'.HI)
stranded wreck tm sorrow'seandd Wart Swellings. Shooting. Stlnginj? tIlL
are Pains take blood Balm and will! seat on no\ board Ilowevor, he la t* lltNs.vttta: :. FlOam&
line may or. may .not take on \ far all VK1NO !" concerned
before wonlottillv popnlnr mil his frlmd
disappear they develop Into
and pathos. It Is then FRESH IIAKKD GOODS delivered to
Infinite beauty Cancer. sad he'uill win out 'I 1'hotnus1. Hall I

that It must provV strong'' and true. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) I la, it tawn 0)r "-<.nllut-rl'I+ la, : rur,'.'*, 1 I" miU your home tl:1.lIy-anll there's no worry :

ENe the heart we love gropes its Pleasant and safe to take. Thoroughly InK a -\ teinallc" .itavnss and uHtlur-; BAKER: M.\TlU: \OS t<. 11.\ XT :R.
shadows of a starless tested for 30 Composed of
the years.
way alone In Inn :as notch flf his MtreriKih. In con I I"I"nl'
Right. I Pure Botanic Ingredients. Cures Dye .tPit,1 forrn MO ie ,.nti .rot iii'.rChanr KEV:TONIl U" HR\ ATTOHNKY-.\T-L.\\\", s
pepsia. Sample Sent Free by writing I
hour when "strange, mlsfor- *'!M!Inr Richard 11. Parks lit t"I",'tell t' Phone lit.*> it. .I.NlllVrli: :. 1'ron
In that Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ga. Sold . HOLXOI1OKS I IN OH .KNUKKT; . ;
tune-a weird fate--snuffed out the by Druggists $1 per large bottle or to g.'t In and dUturb the it.' it I t

I felt into the Inkydarkness sent by express prepaid. "clnch.H." If p have you .
light for the touch of that Chiller: << H. Jlrk1.....,. totone': of'' T. L HODGSON (I.IISIIt: '.II.L"I."hu": Uo. :.>.
and longed -. -- .
;; '
the !'PI'ollll regiment anti solicit I : Ottloe. in Hayiuant KUwkKVYF.U .
hand? Happy is the man DUTTON NOTES. I
A loving .__ .
whore nom'' IH In renhaw count -
who hears the whispers of an abiding Dutton. Oct. 8.-Frank Dennis madea
aK I for the place, but tats t h
rna Practical STUMP PULLER
I : 01 N.\NI> .: ,
that brings peace in the timeof FtR
voice! business trip Wacahoota last Joulitf'i1! ali he *tom" satisfied W1t1his

storm. Wretched the man who week." job. Williston Florida. I I ATTOKNKA AT 1.\W.I .

feel!! the touch of no tender hand andarcs Mrs. \ '. r... Pratt and children are - II
( the valley of shadows-so soiliar visiting relatives in High Springs this That Tired Feeling. I I U AI""' ."VIt.La, rioroCan .. !,

>, so frigid. week. If von are languid depressed, In Public highways and firm* cleared

One of my "Little Classics" declaresthat Mrs.O;. Cv Pearson's friends are capable for work. It Indicates! that I of stumps on short notice! at reasonable ell you. sUy property (lu -

is Is certain If we make no effort. pleased to welconie her home again, your liver is out of order. Ilerblne prices MACHINERY FOR truflkiax proved and and unimproved farming land) .photphaw tHud him, +-

we shall get no prize. Success means after'a delightful visit covering a per* will assist nature to throw off bead* a list of what you offer! for cat! 31i3aT .

eternal toll. Genius .is merely the od of several weeks to points In Vir aches, rheumatism and ailments ukln SALE. Correspondence solicited ----

tact of keeping up the fight. The ginia. South Carolina and Washington to nervousness an* restore the energies -- I A.OAIII.iBI.E.:: .

darkness swallows us at times but D. C. She was accompanied by and vitality Co: sound and perfect" Alacbna Abstract Co J 7tATtliSEY
County ,, AT LAW
health. J. J. Hubbard. Temple Texas,
still we must plod along and before her slater Miss\. Lassie May.Master .
shall streaks in the writes. "I have used Herbtno for the [looort>or*,. ll I And Solicit In Equity
long we see gray Clyde May of Savannah. Ga.,, .
M Ool. Ikea J. W lllssdlnVI' >.
two It has done me more Parry oo. ;
past years.
sky. and things will take form in, wait and was visiting relatives here last week. good than all the doctors. It is the .*,,,. : II. U CoUon. S! .o.-Tr...*. Rut Estate, Conveyanomc. and O....

what we thought ogres lying : H. M. Williams and E. C. Pearson best medicine ever made for chills and ( .$' \" . -:. FLA. seal! I'raotloe, All business prootullf
will but harmless creatures of << .. Ofrlfe door Boa
prove .oded '0. nil la
well earned
have returned from a vacation fever" LOc. Sold by W. !I. Johnson '
OmOtt, (lafret.vftte.tealaa.' .
our own Imagining. to the Jamestown Exposition We do an exclusive Abstract bust*
.. with facilities for Imparting full
There was one Ing abouC n *
returning Washington and Ashe-
Some Southern Train Wrecked.: Information concerning the Till of
that comet craze. got good vllle. N. C. all land. In Alachua county
0f'1Sulltth"rn any
Colombia S. ( . II
when the world was burning up Itsaf Mrs. M. V. Lloyd Wauchula.. Fla.. All business transacted promptly.
.1 Railway paswenger! train No 11: from I Round-Trip Rates
a pOl'e--I\'s a' huge stunt. It .S now proprietress of the Dutton Spyrtanbnre to C' lnmf la w t II w reeked t

makes me think of the Mlllerlte scare. I boarding house. near IjocWfmrt Juiutlon lIn.I li\, CHAS. W. DUVAL I

They figured out the exact hour of The Dutton school Is being taught afternoon. Engineer :McCoy of filiimbla.

the world destruction,. They dressed I by Mrs. E. C. Poartion this term. An and a nesrn,: fireman were lot. Shoe Shop -Ht--. !u

In! robe of white and waited for enrollment of forty-one pupils Is reported. J u red ..tightly'nne'" I :.; of (the passer j

('harlot of flre. It was to be in the Bern were I Injured The .rd'1I1' wcaureil ,''' I I h3

I nljsht.time. There was one pious rube b>. fie is!srtn4 f'I II fctei, ,I rail I Neur"rniulunl .tt (Itvi.' I.ttery r'hihk'*. Atlantic

among; them. He proposed to be Epworth League Study Class. across the track unknown., por>
robed! and ready. lie aimed to be firstto On Monday evening the KI>worth --- Firat Class Work Done Always. I

step Into the chariot. Dressed In League 4\llHloii: Study Class of the Dale Sold *' America _ (

*l>otIe"M white he climbed into his Firm Methodldt church met at the \nierltu da i Oct Xinerlru

high htvntark. The hours drew residence of Dr. J. .'. :McKlnstry. Rr. warehouse made a remrd Hn warier|{ : BROWN HOUSE BARBER SHOP

bins l ly: on Sleep overcome him.He I There were" seventeen members prwH- an Bandar: s tnu lionand' hales ofvtjarfcn - .
1-- Line
inhered. The kids saw the I ent and a very pleasant hour was ("of.n Thirteen.. tll"'I..n.4aI..14 UarncAt I'apyt Prop. Railway
rhiixi: They ring fired the saint. lienurtko pent In the study' of the new' book. have n :lantfled .r
all fir hlrtis :'
men heread': ; n<' rly a
In the middle of flre. "Justa
I The I'pllft of Chills W. It. j
!tr m .ne>' f"I"'AI..1 hereThw Mtxlurn
i |M KI A T1Itrutlglll3 Shop
i xpeotod. shouted the rube.t led the class In the' recitation .
.I.'un 14"1
suJn f : if l mind
The t 1..r.I'1it done come and I'm dead 1 the lesion. delicious refreshrnentH I I
After II.-day ijav. ', i -i.i usu.l: t' !'amliirasTire fU 11f'': --
:md t't) hell already:: !" So It goes So I of cake and herl.ert were Latest Hterlllstng Apiutratux. ant althe !

tw when the Son of man cometli .nerved. - -- l latent' Tonics with tlrst.eh..
''uC t3 Klefctng; horror. artHt, will b.t found here.

I Thin.. clays! now hall t"'pnty.thrpe, i1al.l4f'( V .1. Oct H vMllliinII \\'., solicit a. share of your tr'fJaar-. Jamestown _

Attention. Stonewall Campi members< and the Interest in the Appr'! .'a burped 'o deNt In a I Exposition }

', "re will( be a meeting field at the work IH constantly Rntwing.! 'irk wtelrb :. .'r\.1 s barn b..'englrg w q

T' house on the 14th of October ;o bl* rl- Mn I : (leorn Marrar' : \ , Tlir I ( Florida I i !r Jj,

.. at 10 o'clock for the r ur|>o**.1 Killed a Big Rattler. (}n HtHdM late l fir. .snUried", ; ''t C fl"1"*."**" n tll.urtlun: IM Xari .

I. tng; delegates to the Division .Hani It.wlie. .& colored farm hand at %I horse t' ..Las <.tcr '..,n la. 'II: .1 l1viiItniid'1'ruck (Grower J 815 uU f..1|k on .. ,. ..oh love.I.y "

J '. 21rd ...j.. hor few ..,..!_ ss'r kMffc-.tn I It. Xa. (
in 1'eiiHarola on October (he Carter farm. u short distance went' no I t.It.t a y ion t i- days :

. !'' also to elect officers for I II of tae city. "run aulu a monster rat- death M r, ()rt 1&7'. hu,>.4.4 ant I.. J. IIKl'HII%', Editor: ..*.I I'rs'p'r, .tui..utes. .,.
I :,. wn be 11..11, ert 4 sine of the c! sr'A cJf I, (H'.\ I.J'I.I..'. ''.,
orderIUIttT10 Llenake on the places \Iowh.y; after ,'

DAVIS. Commander ii tnnn. after which: !.", cut busy and ter dsu-t '. ll"snah.- __. i I Hue Irar .. . .. ... *I.UUMnirle '24 T7fl r ,,ft.en-J.f "..II..t. Uro04) VO

M'KI: ::Adjutant., ilUpatehe.1 the. reptile In quirk order tea liIo.u" KM I**' IKan I rwpie'. 1O 1 l' U ''u .t. -i.r $'Iop.ov.rtiL .

"r 7th. with" a tw. rnll. f'h '* ".u. <,. t-: < >\>, pa. .tUpS'ion I r"J I wtilll" llltlll ,

111.rankhll. ) wan .ne.. nf th' lari- It I',t. re-<'f n' t riots he I" .t t..ta.J-m..l tllJ..1 ntagsrln.rV 5f'

Julius Cae...... Ht+ writ In this sectloii in .....er,,1 l lk 'hinrse' . tnm Hl v...* arrested at l ,|i ip.d..d .. ,..'t ".J. elislly, III the Inter..t..fhe ((1)O/f3o r 'J'. .y ...10., (. ;-

inwuNUrtMtC. sir feet thr*. ul! r.otwr'. u.. iioa irr..w..r. ol 'f ...1'.'. 'hup.owe" r

.;i mark man of and nerve he became but .lckhf'5lt.aged lnc-b.ii.-fttr. nuts .i...urtlnK eleven rattles acid i ,'r."' ., ,. ......ra killed. 'by sues.' .. I "'U>,.. til .card. wilt/ i .t limn ;

.et d'anan: t... r
his time. Slrknos i I. often it huttnu. sent Iris *. heat.. flood b. ,{',
I C-i s'm
by a torpid liver. !! rbine Rocky-- -Point--- -- Sd\- ol. ,-- - ----- .1! K; I'K SIMONSk I I : S 3 6 i J 10 .1..1-i _", !ttIop.ot.ral.'i

ul;ite your liver and give you HCAi-THY PLANT .% .: 11." ..rn,' of u.... 13.h.SUMMEH 1'a
Mrs Carrie Austin HoIon.a , The Kocky Ilolftt' ...hur l CJP"I-I l theegular 'I. ; c. tv
Mood) Rusher l most M.sl C a1.fal ......tI.. as a
h;.. fall term ...Db. II'
: writes conalder( Ilerblnet '
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.. "% .u
t medicine I seer heard of. I UvoraUVe .rMllIttItanC9tll. and with aterm t .., a r.-....... ......ttd..p" Saltwater Fish TOURIST RATES
er without It.** Sold by W. )(. .ssi .uroUm---L The I.s.cher" th.. mt "yett at.. ."-r...t ...n.,.'...l ."."MI .n' Fresh

111 Mire Ilsyesae of I'rlnr.ss elf ...ri-.a' ......1_..... ..t .,,....IIb._. J 1.41": 11..1:
.r I' .. hlevn a ANIIAIvawth
hlch.1) rcm
who WMMW
Anne. Md ..1 '," \J.: IHJI.r-pMU, IMT. IIJ..o -

prnrie oed A inn *>' m.n'jr. will. r*>t .tp role"t v.r. Col . . . . . . H1.M
Feel t is :1'1' yrwnrc bids of ... . tnliwr .atICg n et eta ....rt
Miss Haytuan ,!hat b .
n..u..IU. u.. . . . . . r 17
I .wl will no d'"It.t Tee mu "l_lr.>* the _u** b for* Fit"
'I lever dl.Inmltk13. can r_mCl i Inv ..rf_.. ..... 41... (:''b;, *<"*. .... '
Bad trove popular with petlrfHMi cad |*uptlof Toe ear .. f'U' f.tn.fr.. ...... flit.!. l t"IfWleb.. .. . . . . . . 44y ,
school l alike, ..... ''''r6 Past' t"ft.. sal '
the .. by :-.41a..u..lI..N.Y'. .. . . . 4&M
I I ubhsng I' 'a. .... etc r
Toa m...* '.nit tft the e..._ nf lk. UCtn't14y. u . . . . . . . 4&.8C".
ilhkt Get I.d in Maryland.C't . troaW- a term .*t th.. r* rt.. 'Or and OYSTERS : 1.lIIout U. T na. . . . . ....,*
.d Lyn
M leek ae.f.H hero t -. William root hair .wti h eou... It !" till setN.wbre' I .. . . . . 17.1"(1f' .-
,.'. 't... fret ) ( j jiAtruft.I .:asbtngtnn' U C. .
*' ..., tm. t I.t ,4.r p.Dl'
.... .- !T. pki!a oy. tbe r \tlo ,.sr of .r' I ..
ft. .'''4'rado.! nrb. Information maul rvtJ&
IJUJ'l... ..4 h a11hr gal .. the sirs. ro.olt ..
t C K!' ( Tse ttll.J ..- ,. l"'lc.n.s .\- & & a M+ws4 fs"aa e'a'oO" .*. ..p&.e 10 1** M.r UVt. C*. I1w. :1t.riK
C DhU1
to cis.Q tsar f t .. "RANK C. .
r>rs j l cal I..ut ..... t.trar V" ....,.... to seeosnrn'ifatti4 .
's .
w I am now Coast. UtK'aaksoottil.
I IG w9r, ;, Twe rtsos-" CMU ..'l II 0). .. Ac.nt ..UaKc ] .
iE/'f'P17T>s t1f>r11afATtt .1< ..,, h' Sorer trml- situ t'. best the marketCoNs : "
Tt1R b a A Co,, 0 ..cla! Agate tine. YLvae Uo; .. ft.. '
Ststsr.ss l..sar,.,.ew.- I'M..l..tR.ew5 ?: . .c:. J ...ck... t eta' a J. S. BodJford ? la thla
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HEWS OF CITY AND I N Shealey" a successful merchant 'I': (1 oo.c. c. -r.aoc.c.cJ).
o I:''''ti"He. spent, yestenlut in this !
AluminuMWare .

CoUNTYGONDENSED f ," ." ,:in\. .,business t> Vena bio. the usual tltor.I't' I!i I I ltGEN'rs\v \ ) !

0 of .\re-hu-r. Has a IHIMD.1 .--.!,
I g .. -. _ .. _. 4) 1''
this -- -
> city > oMerda) i
of General Interest Gathered I)
_ ? ){aters onp.. It) cent a box. tlu...- g 1'11'-'i''I'' 1 ro.NTUAt: i 1. I'' '''I : !i\r; \ tlI :: \: 0
by Our Reporters. ," box. SAtisfactiou guarantee,1 1 1
". ". :lie 5 and 10-Cent Store a I li: \\al: I l'( >niiiVIMKI! I - I' g

D CIAL ITEMS! i I '11'd; I. \'nrh'rlld Statet I" -.- :
A'1 iii. \ I.i M. Ulrs have gone h' Mr CFCIIJ 7ILiCOX .1!

Happened and What Is Is more durable th.in iron i'lfiiii. where tht')- win\\ attend the ; ;

What Has -will lat s\ lifetimeeasy to fall -., .ilon of the (taker couitcir. I M.ui.iir riw 'I'th'.u' I Inelrutlr! t 1a.
Told In Short Paragraphs -
Coma to Happen keep clean- -light ami easy to cult lourtMi i ; OOOO dl Oo-u l oO
"He Who. Runs May
, So That handle. You and Mrs. S. G. Gay of Mlcamipy _. .. .
will enjoy cook- I ---- - - -- ---- - ---
Bead" It In The KSuru ing if Aluminum ha\,' removed to this city, and will

for rent. A. L. Vidal. you use make their future." home here. Theyare
louse Ware. THE ARNOLD HOUSE !
Ladles' calling cards at The Bur I pleasantly located on North tTnl- (*>
office. ".rlllt) street.. w

For tbe best printed stationery call Everything. ALUMINUM Mr :and Mrs. J. H. Trub)- and children :UU KANT: 11.11STREET: >.
have returned to Portland. Ore. ,
at The Sun office.j after ;i pleasant visit to relative here. ROOMS AND BOARD. TABLE BOARD A SPECIALTY :,

M. Kite of Hague-was transacting WARE for the Housekeeper Their numerous friend regret that .. .- r

business In this city yesterday! the)' could>> not remain longer Chan, M. I.\ nd1. fur Ill.'I h' of J.ick CONTINENTAL

Big value in lace and embroidery' =Nell Thonuh..ft yesterday for St I 1->n\llle. but who Is making: his home

Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store. Peteri-lmrg. He{ has accepted :\ position 1. .r.. now. has gone to 1'.,I.t k.l. lily

F E. Cellon of Hague was a bust Coffee Pots, Oatmeal Cookery: II... express nu>ns 'iiK::,-r fur the 1 i toita at>'l pointit on the l-: ,"t ,'.slit RESTAURANT

ness visitor! to this city yesterday. Pans Koast- Soul tier.. 1'xllr"KI4 Company, and \lll I :ii r. I.) itch U haul iar: a responsibl..
Pudding Turkey
Mrs Ella Rives of High' Springs run between St. Petersburg:: and Jm-k ', tra\elh": position I

Is in the city on a visit to ,relatives. ers. Serving Trays, Tea Pots. son\lll. I I The principal I|'' of the (i.tlnesx III.nuled .- 1..1 I'lusrrtl 1 I" Ptft<.".....

Wanted-CooIc; good steady employ- The teachers: of the Calne8IIU, > l11; anti I UUli S,.b..l will be at 'cute.slenlly 1'lal..1. let l'r"4>
I I .... .. ..
1'w.ta. I'I
ment. Apply at once. ContinentalCafe. UNIVERSAL BREAD-MAKERS Graded and High School are rtMiuevtedto the. M< .bool bulblinf on TbuiMili) chin l ll'rl ..,.. 1. .

Mixex anil knea-N the 'Hugh in tlnvtminutes. attend a faculty meeting:: at the I "la\' .iftetniHMiM of Ibis week, from -- -

Postmaster L.. C.' Lynch has returned (iiiarantetvl to ,nive, sat> iwfac-,. High School; building on SatnnlaO > I 1' to I o'
from a brief business trip to Pa- tio... Call and ..e fl th>'in. -tober 12 lit :::::a<> p mU: S. ., 'I.I 'x MIf\ iiiK:: new |niptli. 'I II I

CAWTIIOX, Principal. Attention Is directed to the :ulcer '
latka. I
Attorney T. D. Kills made a brief (.'. 1 I': Hog'rs and \\". .T. npperson 'b enlent of the ll.itnl Hardware 1'itiiH I Ii OYSTERSThe
BAIRD HARDWARE CO. t'xvo prominent na\al Ktoren and tit:. i I |I.(11) in tbls Itisue '1 lie)' curry a full
professional trip to Higb Springs yesterday I Very D..t Selected: Oysters Just
1"l T men of Hron.Hon.re in the cit) | line of aluminum'ware unit. the I iii' |le*
STOVKS, KANV.KS= ENAMEl.11'utl : I : .- In S rveJ .
K:, TJ:' W.\HE. on bustiu'Hs jenterila It Is said that should.. get their! (prices oil articles. . Any Style.MEALS.

Our chocolate candy can't be beat' .------------..-.---- -- there I Is n big deal on foot, but nothing p,>rtatnlnt(: to their klti.lien.Ii . x
for the price. Gainesville 5 arid 10Cent fl.:.
For Rent-Cottage, five rooms. Apply fo far has ile\oloi for publlfiition I II (Il.uco. formerly I of till .'it\
Store.For I
507 N. Garden street. I but now reHlillntf. :: In Taiupi. ban I'.. Place for Ladit Qtntl.mn and

Rent-Furnished rooms for See our 10-ceut line of candy. Millinery Opening-ThU 1.. to Inform turned to lib tame after a brief bust: Children.Quick .

light housekeeping. Apply 304 W. Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store.D. the ladles and public generally/ liens trip here :SIIhalo.. ratne I.. Lunch a Specialty.

Church streetEverything that I will have my annual fall openIng .I..H| the trade' fur the rattle amiequipment
M. Phifer and C. R. Spivey of
in school children supplies of iiiilllnery Weilnesil.iy: and of th. Carter. d.tiry be pure
Windsor yesterday In this city
at the right price. Gainesville Thursday October 9 and 10. when, all {'hnlu'd.lul of which mention wait

.5 and 10-Cent Store. I, on business. tae latest styles will be shown inI I county capital, STOVE WOOD tt
Wanted-Two or three rooms suitable'
:Mrs. Thurman Kelley and child of ladles headwear. Open ovenlngH. The .1 S Maine of Newberr) was In tbeiil

Rochelle spent a part of yesterday in for light housekeeping. Address public Is cordially lnvlte Mrs SW. ,>' ) e tenlaMr llallej U lust up

.this city with relatives. Box 191. City. f.-4 raade. 10S K. Liberty .street from llu Gild fellow., Sanitarium .. i
Wt in
For boxes choice can supply you any
oranges. .
.N A. Callison and Geo. F. Weston North side square.Henry where h. luirt .been confined fur thepaxt

of Spring Park Farm were In the ready for Immediate shipment. M. J. J. Hayman and Miss( S.illieHayuian. : few slays front tbe result of :tMiirxlcal quantity! Vrmii t one f

city on, business yesterday. Ward Tacoma. Fla. father and winter of Mm. n. operation. |Iln| sirs h ...1 ( .strati up &

J.. K. Stephens, Jr., of Alachua, was W. Urumley of this city, have arrived MUtlfnlM) the itM>ratloii. <*'howe t.'r.
J., L. Shaw of Alachua, one of the
those who spent yesterday In I Princess Anne Md. :Mini 111.1man. been discharged for .>.>fc
loaditli young farmers of that section among from and ban it w I Fr pHie* -rpl| | t<> .\. K. KIUUMK.
this city on business. who has been here before and l I"
was 'tradln<< in the city yesterday. PrIOr Jules. lIU-ht'llwrKer; and II .1.1D 1
Agent O'Dell of the Gainesville and quite popular has been assigned to * Eight-room house to rent 1200 E.
Gulf railroad was a visitor to this teach the, ..Hocky Point school this but Kixnl fellows are now .pleartantlybxatcrl
Alachua two blocks from
' avenue city from Mlcanopy yesterday.The aAon. Hhe IH a teacher of ability In the obi Snilth bulldog I'hene :>... 4.
High School. Apply on premises.
' best line of 5-cent Ice and 10- and will no doubt make u tine record East l Main Mtrvel H.. where,. they are - ..
The great secret! In making icecream for the school the coming/ year
cent embroidery ever offered at taking lifeas) between work hours
Is to use Blue Ribbon Vanilla. ,
Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store. J. M, Turnur of Mlcanopy. MUM trailIng They (hate filled up their riMtniH with
for then have flavor. t
you a perfect Nicely furnished room on block adjoining In .the rlty yesterday. Mr I Turner neat. furnltuie. and Lasetery ionenlenc TOMORROW"I'll
I )1 n. M. R. Colron has returned to .
in owns a nice home near Mlcnmipv. at \ Tbe>' have nboiit i one 'tinted
square, to rent. Apply
her home In this city after a pleasant I JAke flew., where he han made a that the. life of a bachelor In worth
front of Baptist church. .r' _t. Sun
life tomorrow'I
fish to relatives at Trenton and office. great Muccexn. at farming He I* one llvliiK after nil assure my

other {points In the West End. of those fellows win "IIen at home Ctiptaln <' II MfMenne: ) of I'Ailll 'I 4 ,r..d I but .haw'!.. Jfi-'l .know
Dr. E. II. Howell a prominent physician "
Nice six-room cottage for rent 'or and boards at the name .place, and lac. an ..""-..,.h.. men"hunt cad colt MM 110.-,,' i* troitii t.. 'I"' Jiijr f.'in..rr.)w I..rynl l
race. on West Masonic street. Apply of Newherry. spent not season but what his ,, ..
a pannes buyer ami. one of the lenitlhK. e'"11I.'" SIt
40 S S. University street. Plenty room this city among friends and 0"1 I cribs barns and mnoke.hotioen are of that fI.O'lion of tbe count. ) WHtraitHai M tli' I'I.y. lie r..r.... 'HH AVtint

for cow garden and chickens. business.Mr. filled with a year's supply of the bent .tlriK bimlnenit I In the clay v... .-rilay I*> "..III" r..Nit II... wi-low

There will be a Missionary prayer and )Irs.V.. 1*. Crown of things that ran b* made on a farm Ca|>fj.lit lc-el..III') wa th> Mini ..r|"lii,ii..
meetliiK at the Methodist church to- Rocky Point have returned to their '1'. L. HiMigimn of WlllUton client I founder of It., (Own whirl.. .. I h....r. II I. ......IIt..... 1.. .1.I ......" Iw1... ,,1.- k yA

nkht at 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "Cuba home, aftera brief visit to friends. In Monday lit thin city. where he caineuii nsn.In Maker! county. and yenm > co. j.iur tiMiiorrntto will all I' ,*. lnt, y--

An a MIsHlon Field." All cordially this city. business couuet.al'with. tb.. Reward I.rlur| tit the. first loll fr>*er.waw .. oiiof .< "'rel..,.
NM.. .....s-is "ul .,f ill >l.I..tlad"iue .
and book-
"WantedStenographer C.Itlnlisshltlers. :Mr. H"MII cIMMI ly |i.'r'
invited! uf Count the' most oiufortalilv' M .e11| men" Ih.I I 11110.1 I'I5Pars1Nt "
l .trl..1 l in
'r \\' Hhands. president of the keeper. Lady preferred AddressDrawer has the agency In thin Stale of riliaiiclnl|) III this ..H.tion/ of tfie HlaleAt t..I.. ) V'

G.iill"III.' National Hank, and a I), stating qualification and the finest tump, and! tree puller seer tlie. 11I..Ullle ..f KlfliV "HllillhCbai'icr )I
salary exiwrt***!. here and nu(?,-,'.. l...| In selling The
Keen . .
r-milneiit> naval stores operator ban ' t. I I' C' ) *. .r.l.at the rush l lOAIIK
turned from a buslues trip to Ot- James Kills bf 1'alatka. who has to the Itihinl one of then* uhf. IiIs. | ib'lt'KatxM. w" .T.. a'I".1| | to theN'ittliMill
who known ilerlar1)' luring t I.... w n' -".'rll.' .1| willnii. ONKl .: e
t> Creek. been here for thu past few days on a which .v"r)0fie <*oii.eiitlofi I.. !_ liflil. itt .
I M *' .
1111'l nl'.r r-r .t't < V' IT ' y.
A Wennke Is prepared to do all Unit to hit lnter. Mr*. Pherlna Man In one. of the b '.t luv..tlU'ut" that Norfolk \a .....t nionrli Mm: IM .r.e"l I \\ I,. r> Ullrit. s-t J..I| ,

.111. ning./ has returned to hU home. \tttY has cr made: ] In the wny., of H.tll.Ir.- .'h,.* l il-ly Mr ..1N' nuu.-I.r., d . 'I,I.i;. I ,. I's ,I.tay ;
of contracting and carpenter tnwclilr& tt.) ... 1 rl.. 1., .,, Ii .III*' '
road ( > 'flu .r/ 1J
Claude )Ilrnuett. Al I
tiles 11r/'rare
v. or:' nphol-tterjiig. etc. Satisfactionannteed. Mrs.I Townend, tv'A 'i'nb.r )t ter II liutt.i. ", .. '
"I"|I |I.i
and children nr- ,1..1t.l - - Ir.\ II Ollter Vlro J ?
: and, bondgiven when .re- of T tni| a. ternaleH
..r..I 1 1102 Alacbua avenue.I inl C the former's grandmother Mrn. II MrixikH. Sirs. .K M I'r"'tttI.' .. COUPON

A. II. Leonard. on East, I.ltierty street ...,.111.' ..IIIk....... TtlP m-U. .... .
I I 'I. 411v .
\\ ,,' .' and Ills! :Nellie Sberrod. Mrs. C J.:. Holder find son \\11 11M",, Inn"\" "n.-...1....l. H.,..lfh.'a"'lnc /he i. .. .. tr " i. KU ,d1S
"were In the city. from llnK" yeBtr 1I"u"II' nt the ..*.fta.ir. and tbutjle .> S
in the MonTh
city from Tacoma -
,. former made The Hun iay Mr*. Holder 1* one of the pioneer r "UIU.-d .uu, h .Inf..reAl h. 'I ', " .. -, ". ;it b. jtny F,
wctlon of thecounty I I |10" .', 'r' "..|l '' ,
of that o
an agre4. >abl t ..all. renewing his renldt-nt and SecondHandFURNITURE I ,,1' .r I .::1 i ':" l i r. '.... y..aI

nptlonndd. ( l Idn't. VS M prHh...ri> lend freer f hll _,. ,....... ., .. .. ", ...", ,.1;"_
of I i. FI.MII./nl ICvldyn, sad
The t'u'lIt.1'nrk..r.* Sl let) .
of Mater Frank lou.cla-. A" %:S1111:1 J I: l I. I' .in f 'lor
the| Presbyterian church will m -.*t at .Slie'st. .Nf.l| J',.. H*t V M.rfVt fear J a'
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