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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 10, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00895
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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XXIV, NO.: 20';- -GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA THUKSJAYr: ; OCTOBER 10, "1907, - TEN CENTS A WEEK:




ttUTTON I 'CONFERENCE f Many CORNELL'S Inscriptions EXPEDITION; Collected! TO and ASIA.Classic ROADS IRE* KICKING Many Reform COTTON andyChanges CONGRESS.May Be .2 ZDEADiOlplSSING I


Sites Relocated. Made by Convention.

z rat Ithaca Oct. 9.-Prore.? or J. B.Sterrltt . '..Y i Atlanta ,Oct.nut, recommendation '.

l..latkas of 6rower'and Spinner organl/er: of the! Cornell expedition Against Anti'Raiiread' Lerh 1I1 of, tb r .'' eeilOBal committee' Fatal Accfdeit Occtfrs -on North-
: I whicb'"inet j
t Ionian ), ; lo 'tSIa-
Y. to the Assyria-Bab} ? '1 tec6albaLfeaturett
WeroJiscassed. I Orient has received the first report of Yarjoiis .States > cuss ,various of. the era Pacific Railroad.

wry from the part, composed of A \VOlmstead. V __ cotton,ab9alnees'r if-adopted by. ,the

J.V.. Wrench and B. U. present ;cotton- congress and put Into

-: 'THE I ,SECOND DAY'S SESSION Charles who are f- now asUuiCnta in RECENT RATE, REDUCTIONS effect will weTTnigh rev ft1t1onlze'"- the/ ,TRAIN THEN CAUGHT ON FIRE:

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cotton industry,,
; the language and history department --
Jw The Egyptian form 9f cotton bale .
They started for the Orient In March.
Annual Reports of-Three Leading' Railroad
\ farmers, Ready for Improved Methods The document U dated from Talaa. will be recommended to the cotton Entire Train Is Said To Have Bee

\ lio Declares Their Representative., Cesarea. in Turkey in Asia. Companies Deal WIth the Recent congress. Better covering than jute. Destroyed-Failure of Air Brakes t>
,r t. Measures bagging Is desired for cotton bales.
' :* xchangee Defendedwas Essential to The ;[party reports that everything Legislative Passed by Work on Heavy Grad. Said To Hh
.,t.: haa gone fa\orably: and that the results The other changes Include baling at

',"t. Business. tf obtaffivd In comparitlvety well Several States the cotton gin parking .o neacX) end Caused .the Wreck.

'4"f'. known AMa Minor promise far greater New York. Oct. .*.-<3pmplaints or the bale weight and garde; also
Atlanta. Oct. .-Ir*.sMent! James Seattle. Wa.h., Oct. 9 Tw[>
.'*at. McColl called the'8t"c'ond day returns In the region of the Euphrates. 'against antl.railroad legislation r of vav more equlta'bhe tare and uniformity in tramps were killed Fireman f.rnl"+
have fixed rlous states characterize annual bales la deal-r:d. The sending of representatives -
Thn Cornell men tlje
TateMfeion> of tile InternMlonul Confer of Tocoma. is miMing and bellt'I

-: Tence of Cotton SpiitUfrtt and Cuttou ,the nrlnclpal "lte f by the compass and I reports of three railroad companies to Europe to sell direct to be dead, Engineer Me>ers, of 3 ,
have collected Inlnscilptlons which have just been Issued. to the spinner the contents of south .
ti; Growers to order at :9 cluck Tuesday trocieanter. Francisco and Brakeman Thomas. a
l morning la the hall of the hotite oft end found many new one They The road are the Atcalwoa, Topekaand ern warehouses le. a movement' thatis at the Hot Springs hospital serious: +,.,

'preaentatives' haw examined and relocated many Santa Fe. the WabasU( and the taking definite shape. I injured as a reault of the wreck tics

,, Ff.,.,ident McColl 1 Mtuitevtr-il that the claaklc Mites and they have collected Ch aapeak&'and Ohio. President Edward Stability of price_ la favored by, the I Weston on the main line of tae

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;,' >lon the topic which; wa\.gllo l :\1 ont They declare that In the IiRht of the of rate reductions:' cotton industry except the delegate The train wa an extra Might an

.:: dffy on "Closer Relations B'I Wt''O materir.l collected} some of the most .It Is hoped and believed that the from the cotton exchanges.' It Is was bound west conslstlfe thirt

." :dinner> and, Spinner." a r.\rPlwulat1ve\ wide view I In regard to the earlier public will soon realize that Us recent proposed to reduce the business of i tour cars of hay. grain and live scot':,

?'f. Of the grower to be heard first a rep people of Ala Mlt.or: and their connect attitude toward railroad Companies marketing cotton to such a science and a caboose and an engine.
1' lions will have to be modified or In general has not been just to by cementing closer relations between
.:.; resentatlve at a cotton exchange next Tbe entire train was destroyed t >I'-
V r.ml then a uplnner, one !hour and a abandoned. They found that the maim their stockholder's and bondholders grower and spinner to make fluctuations wreckage'catching fire soon after
$":.I1alt to be net apart for the dUctiBHlon; of the Austria,Uab>'lonla region are and also that -unless! the confidence! In price subject nlone...to .the laws "*

it t2nt. reports of sectional! co'mraltreest very defective and many of them are of Investors In the security and stability of supply, and demand.ACCOUNTANT Trainmen declare that the failure of

be made thtr.fiftrr and eonald"red. worthies Important discoveries! of railway Investments Isre- -=-- the airbrakes on a heay ffade caused

1. .. Vice President C \\'. Muraia was tending to show a' connection betweenthe stored: It will be ImPosstble'-obtain NAMED. the wreck.
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;' dulled to tho chair' to preside and people of early Asia Minor and tne the additional railway facilities whichare --
Books of Central Railway Will Be In. TAKES IMPORTANT STEP.
Congratulated tits conference on the' Greeks of the world of homer: nave necessary to the development- of ,
veetl gated.Savannah. --
,v 'excellent program mu ie Mondaj also come to light. the country.
Oa. ''Oct. 9.-Authentic Action of the Southern Cotton Auoclatlon'
c. I lie urged that no one expect too President Ripley added that 'director !'
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Ejeecutlve Committee.
!. Treat things to be acromplUlunl at TRY TO CHECK SMUGGLING. have suspended various extensive -
: contemplated that 'an accountant had been "named Atlanta, O-t ,-Prt ldent Hartl-
alias conference, declaring that great projects which were -
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to thoroughly: Investigate the accountsof Jordan. of the Southern Cotton association
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4;;; reforms could not be accomplished in Estimated $3.00OOOO Worth of Jewelry :and. will limit the cocipafur's; _capital the Central Railway"and VceanSteamahlr Announced at the eonclualon
that It the everyday work expenditures to the arm etlon of
j+ day; was,. '
Yearly.
Smuggled "and that he
the >companle, Clf.a meeting of the executive
.f the organization fromwhlo'a "" Improvements, to which companyis
r permanent '' New York Oct, 9.: -The DiamondInlporl..n. already.commltted.Presidsnt would begin his work during" the .current board. of the orglnzatlon the adoption
,< results would' flow, and that no has -
Association been try .
week{ in all probability. "of a new constitution and bylaws
A' Stevens of the
owe should be disappointed If but ff I ing some The accountant tea's appointed b ; wnich authorizes the grantingof
results coi.'e at once from theo Chesapeake A_ Ohio says: !
assumed colloasal -
has
which propertlons the of the Income bondholders of
trustees charters for the purpose placingthe
"It would seem to be to the Interestof
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+t < rence. according to a report just made the' communities and';'people 'eerv-: who recently placed their holdingsIn association. ,, a, better positionfor
Mr. Griffin Speaks. by Ludwig Nlssen. the chairman of the hands of the Central Trust company the ends .oughtto be gained,
ed by Us (raUroad) lines that'the....rer-
;, Mr. Orlfttn. of the Farmer' union. Its custom committee. Nearly all enues should not be, leeaened or Use of New York7r presentlng the 'Whihe reticent as to the details bit

'was the first speaker representing the the smuggling according to the importers credit injured by further reducing seconds, and the Manhattan Trust... explained that by the adoption of a

t $ exrower Is being done by wealthy tour. rates that are now:Inadequate t.-n>ee>t company ,represantlp the thirds: new constitution there l 15 permissible\ |

lie declared that representing a "nil- Ists because dealers regularly In tbe of.the There"will'he no dlSculty 1a gettingthe Improvements. in methods of ware.

Hoc' and a half farmer he was prepared trade do not care to take the risk .app erty physical and yleM requirements/the retanr which shareholders prop books of the company a.. under housing, baling and financing the

-I. to say that the former conference Necklaces of pearls diamonds the terms of the mortgage .this caa annual cotton crop In the hands of the j
rightfully and reasonablyexpect
I ,, with the ..plont"rahad shown rubles and emeralds and hand wrought ."may be done on' the application of onethirdof growers.He .

':'s their readiness! to abolish old business ornaments In exclusive designs are A. Delano of the Income stockholders'of the com declared that the new constitution -
President Frederick
'Ii .methods and to establish uTrect trade the articles most commonly smuggled.The the \ Wabash speaking of enactment patsy at any ,time. was largely educational and was

"t relations between grower and spinner. value of Jewelry aniuggle-d each of two-cent'passenger laws of Iowa. tbe result of long consideration ant

He said that this roeult should bTbrought year In' estimated at between $2.000. Judge Orders Investigation.Huntsville repeated conferences and not the r*.
' Indiana Illinois and MUsourl-says:
about at this conference, and 000 aDd 13000000. "While these laws have not been Ala., Oct." 9. Judge suit of the big cotton conference n'v

;r Asserted that the farmers were organ: The report ask that smugglers captured effective during the Qical year and Tancred _Belts, la his charge to the In session.

i Iced and ready to carry out their part In the act be punished more vigorously determine grand jury. In the. law 'and equity
cannot therefore accurately
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'ry -of the contract entered into with in the future. Heretofore It WB. court Monday directed the .jury to In. WOMAN'S DEATH MYSTERIOUS.
clear thatthey
their results It Is
I.f.n" foreign spinners In the conference has benerally been the custom simply I vestlgate the charge of fraud In the .
must. If renfalnlng In force seriously -
':'0 mt Washington to eliminate the anti- to H.>.lrt the smuggled article and per. city election of last April and find indictments Hospital Authorities Reticent Abou
affectsr sevenuea.
ousted method or selling cotton mlt the smuggler to go free. passenger against guilty parties If poe. Giving Information.

s3; through the middle man The t'1',*lnc' request that the importers : sibi;. lie also charged the jury to Chicago, Oct. 9.-Anna Manata. iyeara

",t t He darod! that the farmer recojSitied ?- now' make 1s that the federal autltorltU MAY GAIN WORLD'S RECORD. Investigate the alleged! vlolatiotxof... the old. said to be a member of

tJ tint
rr f tdemund! hut would submit! no longer that requires offenders to pay the gov.ernnuMit ; Jas. R. Keens's 'Hora.. Have Already tnls city. Judge Detta says he baa died suddenly under mysterious cur!

.1 f to their product olnn. tnadt* the stake a* a penalty trip! the value Won $377.O9O This Year.. no doubt that these laws are being violated cumstances at Ht. Bernard hosp1tJ

: -of gamblorx In cottou pxchotanf1l's.J of a Kmiitf \lel, article while the artlcK Now York. Oct. 9-Tbe lantest'vlc- and he thinks a speedy end Monday.

Regrets Intemperance. > Itself U forfeited. tory of James: R, Ke..ntIwo ,..,,.- i should be put to such violation. The Efforts.on the part of the police .

:wit -- _._ --, old Co!In. in the matron lOt akw .t Jur was also directed to break up obtain Information were repulsed .i+
Mr Burton of t i vs1 1 Mtcrpool Cotton ,
BHmont r41 Noonday: brings the total nibling In Huntsville If possible. j i th"lospUal! J'ytiio'Hj"a- -,
l AYsoclJttloti. the i' \t speaker. declared ASSUMES ARROGANT ATTITUDE. .
"arnlilfcs of M 1', Ke n.'s horses ..." .._ I A man who said he was tbe wman' ',
; that lip l1:1t",1,: In sorrow Monday: ---- -1-
t to the ileutincUtloti of cotton ex Spanish Commander at Casa Blanc thIs year up to $377.090, nearly flOO,. Comer to Call Extra Session brother! arrived short!

Cb.alt" Huch lntfinii<>ranci' of Said To Be Causing Trouble. slot In *>xc<>a. of t 'e American record Blrmin?hart. Ala., Oct 9.--Oovr* after her death and made arrange

speech. he ...tld.! nor,Ml I of the poll J'ullt. l>ct !, -lpeclal l- dispatches|| f.>r u sift tie:! stable In one yearxand nor U. n, Comer who has. just returned meats for her funeral lie then di!
only a few hundred dollars behind the from tire waterwa .' convention suddenly. Toe body wj
) appeared
anti \'% '' to hi' lleprsestvd.| recflv! here from ( ..lIa JIUnca sic-
world's record of 77.&J.I.= hetd br tbe ,. announced In Birmingham Mon shipped to Indianapolis
t HP as"<*rt stable of the Duke" of Portland.As day that th.Iabama' legislature will The definite Information th
constant el tii isiy i of the ""s.. tatinnhej the Tidlettlogs pretnnstoim of the only
there are nearly six weeks, of the be convened In extra session Nor 7. obtain fro:
ponce were able to wa
; rf'pn.-t'nl..d to :d\nitco and |>rott>rt (t.u: < IUlllbi couuiiandiT at Casa Blanca
St. tin torosts of the spinueri i'otton tx"tlclAn are aitaltt: 'au.ln< illftlcultlt New York season for' racing If'ft. the The official call will b* Issued In the the records of the coroner's: Inquei

ve.. In his opinion. \IIpre' of 111- The Spanlsli offUer Insists that no Keene stable U practical lIr!' certain to next few days. The governor jaaadVddeJ at which a wrdtc of death from a\

.stlmtble! value to the ("uUett111." hl'l. ITuropeun shall l lease the clt>' without gain the world's winning! record this not to Incline statutory prohibition eohollsm was retumej.

,and Use met ho.I of the spinners 1'1. sit osier kiKurd by liiui !f. year ) !In the subject to be consid Mts. Manta wa sail to bt a w

1 Th1 officer ered. "The mil will rmbrsee -twxlt- man of great benaty and erWnl ci.tur .'
ft'tI"Jr purchasers by h.llCtn.c un cast .according to the sp-
Signs of Break In Ranks. Ing of It ate ImtHtrtance except further .
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futures the 'till .
Jon was" Int1tsitenuhli to < < 01 respondents. rcently brnk:a Into
New York. Oct. .-Til* prop..> ltloa regulation; of the railroads** said thegovernor.
conduct of IJtI "I".II. iif I'nlou club at Casa Illancu.
*' of 1""a1:0.. 16 of New Tork of tae I Electric Cars Collide.
> the .
Ii t \ ti.tt il nr mt"r and Installedhiut..rit '
I l'"innif rcUl Teleraphers'! union to or- "STorrtgomery. Ala "Oct 9 Ta
s German Deserters In the bgtldtnt.Child Program Announced .-
Captured.Tangier I tier the !leased wire operators underIts electric cars came together on Comerre.
Oct JThr Dorms a, <)<-1 9_ -The official street
tbe main downf< wn
Juridk>tloo' on strike on Wednesday
"w rter fmni toe French foreign Irg4tlon Starved to Death.Akron. wan opposed. byNarton.il t..tdf'nc program of t"f' apprcacfim; convention << :Monday morning: and mars were burTh

' at yeast liluncit have bran rap' "" Ohio. Oct p. *:\II>haeI Pamvay Small who came here to attend a of i+f O-mU UUUU of the .. Impact broke out many of t!
7 toted b Moroccan attaclitnl tu I'nltiHi I>-u4,.ter. of tbe Coaldracy .
> troops a Slav Uvinx: In l rb rton.wa ftpcUl meeting uf the local In Cltn- windows and tbe flying glass fount
ttc Cvmimand of lien. Th which will b* held In tuxudta Oct'
4; .tjtilnnl > 4rre.t- l b>' humane Otnoer Ack tou hall. U 1a now evident that Small number of ileac fit K. Perry wcut
were ta....n be'"Irf' tfultMtt A lId.1aU '0 to NovemWr\ 1, toss been announce:
A. a
t erman f'lIu..lntt the verdict of Coronet and the (headers' of the dew York local about taw face and hea<1
RaUt e.d, It <>ml.*>. to b. far the
e 4at Mho Inierroaiitt thorn and pr by III
be taken home
Hivli1m In the drsthi/if his fouryearold are not pulling together PrenldentHmall gro woman had to
r then loan'lest ttieiii user tn the Derma/ moat in:vi*>.:I ltwc program ever pre- Mi
buy The corner declar derl.tr -tl most emphatically! that carriage, bleeding profuwly.
"t' Consul .'I.t'I Mrnetl h tt.reata! certain pared for the tl-nrc'tt convention and
; r chili. wererat btJ
that the father hat been crliulnally neither ate nor any of the other national James Champlan and
"n\o's t AtuUI: lUnO here handed neglectful, aiul that the r ittd had lit. otflf'r. wild stand for the the names nf ivanv rrotnlrenl Gxjrgta and bruised and the two Ilttcbtliren |
user to the> custom authorities at women a "s , .-a It,
.ralb' startrd to Uvath breaking of any contracts ? of Mrs. J. D. Citings w<
IMasatan forn'.f.ur.u...> uf cattridgesrse.ntly I .
bruised and cat also.
slew Out His Brains.' ,
carried aMav' tout there andl'wbtch !
May Succeed Tower 4SO Are New Registered. IluatsvllU.*. Ala Ort 9.llrury -- .

., was the Intrntlaii to end tol I! New York Oet p -'.V Berlin dls Athens l/a. Ort. .. -.Thr registration Howard en ..rut k>yt... of a .boo4logallery < In Memory of Davis.
loroce'
st City.i Iti I patch to the Times state Sat It (. at the university passed the lit: of this clt> committed suicide .fopuasvllle-.. Ot f.

reported in well. Informed quarters mark Monday, which U more than ..Ix. at New Market SatMrUay .""it.. by rooualtt of t.* JeTet .:) DavU tto

Unlucky Yawn. thvrw that tteeretary of taste lUcoo t, ahead of tit ..*lon st tht time wallowing. an 0".... r,f laudaaHca ...t asap iattoq was la Falrvlewas IJataNi

Muncle, Inti. Ort y --Mr*. Henry will bf' .pH>intiKl as 'ntba..ado Tow, This males certain an attendance of inn Mowing oft M. brains with ano4 4 decided that tb. Davis b1Uap

,to. C+ truat an elderly lady rr.IJln< *.r'. succ*>*Mir Mf Tovr" aa aak more tan flue h.a4i Hi daring the sn.*lfi. "..wat.s'. a....pkt
.....ar R.ey surTerlnK fro. a bad tnl to 1M rellesed M. fatted Stal#. ... tern, wa .ch a far tsstd tie lars_t the act sad tiled trt present lt.> Howard o. Jaa. 3.. 1Cahe day of the U'

ijy dlslocatwj jaw. The accident bap bas.a lor ta O"raiany on a-c..,..al of his attndaa ever i-ca r.t.,-J at tale'taSUtUtkMI. ; t. s4l
read whll lie woutaa was yawnlaa. orlvalw btralae.. .. affairs. ., ave TUt/. lebrates ... ;; __

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24 INSTITUTE TO BE Often The Kidneys Are ORANGE AND -CLAY BOTTLED... . : :: ::..:.:...:.: ..:::: :...:



HELD AT ARCHER \. Weakened by Dyer-Work, I COUNTIES GO DRY

UnhialtV: K1J!!."sys Male: Impu:-: Blood.it .

it t1. ;j. ,uil ItffC 1.1 t.l<... r.:::\'
;;t J ..l06 d o.. t-T-t,lee to twtr .
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t ,:Meeting Will Precede Session of .. : '"- tccii! lo t:1C:, 1.1.1...r .'. Drys Win in Orange by? Close Majority -
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4 Presbytery of Snwannee. I. \ I i :oe }1"O\.t til-t: Three. IS ALWAYS '
ABSOLUTELY'
f J; nL uly *:A uisw.-*:* PURE
'f r 1 1 hate: their .nuilnnl;< !! -
A BIG TIME IS EXPECTED I\.T) in th? tlisor kr or CLAY COUNTY BY 20 MAJORITY Look for the Coca-CoJ..Crowu'and- "
a ; Label aDd
fa these' most important ) 'yOU are
guaranteed th4 beat drink .of..coca.-coJa obtaiDable. The

,, The People of Archer Are Manifestinga organs.! Lidnev filter No .Trouble Reported Either County proportionate ingredients are always exaet1 ,eorrect. in.. ,
The : curing you a good uniform drink all
fc.jp- t the time
Great Deal of Interest, and Will and purify the blood The Contest Was a Splrit dOn .under carbonating' : no over
/ or
nreeteninl poor muting to contend
---- that is their work and Both Sides Claimed for the bottled
Entertain Delegates. in Hospitable weakor to Have product always; aDd keepyour
Therefore when your kidne'sare ,refrigerator, .tocked. Bottled and
Manner-Fine Program Arranged. out of order you can understand how Won Until the Final Count. ; guaranteed 67 the

4 The Sabbath School; Institute, which how quickly evcrf your organ entire seem body to is fail affected to

". election yesterday, the. prohibitionists C,
; will be held under the auspices } ; JACKSONVILLE FLA
If you are sick or feel badly," beJiatakins. In Orange! county won by a .. ,
of 'the Presbytery of the SuwanneeAt Dr.
the kidney remedy
: Kreat close vote of 3 majority. Sanford
,Archer on Monday and Tuesday, Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
all )'our kidneys are well they will help gave a majority of 11 for the wets. ,.. ....
iJ October 14 and 15, promises to be one all the other orgaiw' to health. A trial Ah returns are now In. -

!'oet1 a most successful affair of the will com'itu'e anyone t NEWS FROM JONESVILLE. -
If you are ick you can make no mistake
) ..kind ever held in this section of the by first kidnej Clay County Goes Dry: [ :
The mild und the extraordinary effect of Jonesville 9.-iliss Lizzie RaspCooll
,1J .State.. The good people of Archer, Green Cove Springs, Oct. 9.All
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-I oot the great Griffin Ift visiting relatives..at Alachua.
-%; '!n anticipation of this meeting, which kidney remedy, n. soon realised. It the returns except from one precinctare Miss Estella Miller has to I

r"j: '; precede the,session of the Presbytery stands the highest for its wonderful cures In and give the drys a majorityof gone
deal of of the most distressing cases, and is i!sold 3. This Judson to clerk for her uncle. Mr. I
'F fV.: are manifesting a great precinct will increase the
: on its merits I by all + Tucker. We wish her much success. Let Ita Do Your WorkAa
X I" Interest and will entertain all deli majority,for the drys to about 20. All
druggists in fiCtyCetlt d1.i UF' ;a. W. H. PIckett has gone, to Jefferson
to the institute. . Quiet.
gates and one..lnllar size,.e:.
.. City, Tenn., to enter college. far as BAKING is concerne!
school In the lat littles.ou Jul1V
Every Presbytery
.: have uimple lx.>ttle nomeof.w.mpttootby MARRIAGE AT NEWBERRY.Mr. Miss Irene 'Miller visited at the FRESH BAKED GOODS delivered to
;; urged to be represented by at least mail free nlno a pnmphlct telling you home of T. R. Plckett last Sunday. your home dally -and there's no war
e' I
t One delegate, and .more If possible how to find out if, you have ki;Iney or A. A. Burke and Miss Mollle Messrs. J, E. Bryaut and O. O. rr.
it- ltd all delegates are assured of a cordial bladder trouble. .Mention this* pope Thomas of Bell made "business"trip
1 v welcome. Churches without when writing to Dr. Kilmer X Co.. limn Swlndal Unite Their Fortunes. a
hatnton N. V. Don Haake any mistake here Sunday, KEYSTONE BAKERY
JIf'1IChoob are also invited to send rep- Newberry/Oct. 9-Married, at I II '
but remember the n:line, SwainjvRootDr. I Mrs. John C. Fortson of Newberry I'hone IBS. R. T. SCHAFER I'rtv,.
Twsentatlves. the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
Kilnier'i and the ad
Swamp-Ki Is
visiting her mother. Mrs. 'V. J.
: t All persons attending the Instituteor dreWJ.lJiuKI mlou. N.Y..OUevery Jjottle and Mrs. Tom Swlndal, Sunday after Hamilton.It -- - i_- .- - .

Presbytery are advised to take regulation noon, October 6th at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. .
will be remembered that on next JEFF SIMONSDEALKa
1 receipts! for special rates on Music In the Sabbath School-Mr. A. A. Burke and Miss Mollle SwlndalIlev. fourth Sunday we expect to start a

the certificate plan. An/effort is being John T. Owen. Thompson officiating. The bride protracted meeting. IN

,: made, and will likely be successful Use and Abuse of Lesson Helps Is one of Newberry's sweet young I W. L. Plckett's baby is very Ill, but
.
to secure a rate of one and one-third Rev. \V. If. Dodge D.D. ladies and will make a model wife for
we hope It will sOOn be restored to
d fare, plus 25 rents, for a minimum attendance Question Box. him whose fortune it has been to usual good health. Fresh Saltwater Fish

of fifty win her heart. The groom is, a
w number of folks
.. from here, New.
A word from each delegate. .
worthy young man and his close attention
;; The Program.A berry and Archer enjoyed a fish fry
Adjournment. t to business has gained for

Y A very ,interesting program ,has I After each address opportunity will him the high esteem of all who know on Darrel'Pond Saturday.
been for this Institute which Mr. and Mrs. M., N. Sanchez of
arranged ,
be afforded
for general discussion. him A host'oC friends Join in best
'r is as follows: Bronson are here visiting the 'latter'sparents. I
wishes for a long and happy married
.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pickett.MISS .
Monday, 14-Evsnlng Session. MELRO8E ITEMS.
life.Mrs. .
::4 Fifteen minutes devotional and song Sandlin 1 of Jasper la here the -

F service. Melrose. Oct. 9-A jolly party of guest of her daughter. Mrs. Tom

Address of welcome-Rev. I. W. twenty or thirty went over to Earleton Swlndal. N. Norton OYSTERS

!' Waddell D.D.Response Friday evening on the Lenema and Dr. and Mrs.' J. F. Ruff spent a few and

and address on select *ut>. report having a fine time. days at Fort -White last week. (In rear of Farnitore Company) .

.Ject-Col. Christopher Matheson. O C. Husband has returned from a Mrs. Otto D. Grog' and little daughter -

: Roll-call and schools and enrollment flying trip t* Lakeland Dunueln.I' Mildred accompanied by the Noielties, Books,. Stationer GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA) :

f of delegates Ocala and Tampa In the Interest of an former's mother. Mrs. Lewis of Brady'

,gl Adjournment. I' Invention in which he Is a I. entown. spent last week beret. guests I Souvenirs,* Sheet Pictures ? I am now prepared to accommodat t..

Tuesday, 15-Morning Session. lie expects to leave shortly partDer'l of Mrs. K. A. Graff. the trade with the best the marke -.

York on the same errand.W. Mrs. Thos. McLeod ,and daughter. and Picture Frames affords In'.,tola Une. Phone 128.
Thirty minutes devotional and !song! .
1
t H. Lee left Tuesday evening Marguerite left Tuesday for Gainesville
t' service. -
t
Lake City to place his son. Stetson where they will visit relatives. tr
& Origin. History and Development of
In the school. Jack Garland and sister' Miss Bessie 206 East Liberty Street,
Sabbath School-Rev. Thos P. Hay
1.h u.n. Hardrldge Lee has gone to Atlanta. returned Monday from Hernando. GIMESYILLB FLORID T. F. TMMAS p
i -
The streets are 'being put In order Bedford \Vetherlngton of Hernando --_
The Bible and the Sabbath School-
? Rev. I.. It. Lynn. for the coming season by order of I. here for a few days, the guest of UNDERTAKING CO.

the street committee. Let everybodyJoin bin parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Q.. Wetherlngton. -
The Sabbath School and the Church Atlantic Plumbing Co.
and clean up their sidewalks from .
-Rev. W. E. Boggs. D I>. ,
sandspum to weeds.C. Mrs J. II. Dye and mother of, Mlca- FULL LINE OF e.
The Sabbath School and the Family SIMPSON BROS.. Proprietors.Steals ,
P. Huffman has gone to visit flop returned home Saturday after t
''
r -Rev. J. Ford. NEW GOODS....
Sabba/h t Mrs C. \\'. Rogers at Live Oak for a a few days' visit to Mrs. 1<.:. T. Hender PI
The Modern School as a sf HsN e lei
few days.!! son ;
Missionary Agt'ncy-Itt Paul .F.Ilrown. .
The Clay county precinct of Melrose Mrs. Price and daughters Mamie !"
and Has Fittinj '
went dry with no wet nnd 14 and Llbble. are here guests of Mrs. AOESTS FOR

.7 Afternoon Session.Organization dry \ot* IIr>ant Smith. MONUME.XTM, TOxIIYTO>ES: 1

HonK servk'n. Mm. hone e. abort notice.All s
Mr. and Alexander McKayand sad IRAN FENCES.0T .
t; and Equipment of the
little Alexander. Jr. of Norfolk
In the Court. son -
Mayor's work guars.teed,. be Ent- Iaepalr S*.our cample
4. Sabbath, School-Rev. C. II. Ferran. John MrOrny. It. KOHM. John Montgomery. Vu., are 'guests of :Mrs. C. C. work a cp_1..,,._

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Remember Pbooe Number. 151.
.t --- \VetherlnK: on our Perusal .".ottoa to aU matter la
Ilnrdy Clark and Sum H -id.
__ Vfrnrrt MSCHAM ST. AIXESVILXOC.. FLA.
we are! sorry to report| airs porter ISIS Uae. Mali sod &e.pb: orderspromptly
; I a quintette of ImtkimMi who. in their '
'Y Smith on the sick list this week. Her attended to
nmbltlouM .Itt.t'l ,
bu >liie .
(Co secure > -- -- -
'' ninny friends hope to see her ouJ Sere Nipples and Chapped Hands
!M I enturtMl user the "d.>nd 1I11t' tit the Gainesville. Florida.
ATe again noon. Arf quickly MiNot by pptyintr Chunttierlaln
Q tII"Nrdlr Line Depot were arc ilatr.t T1'71t; U U MtcceM. I'rk-c#j rcnla. .

I n,lKii.>d .b..fort' Muvt>r Thomas at the
I PICNIC AT TRENTON.Big -
; city court )est.'rd.iy morning nod

:; UNDERBUYLikewise lined $1 1 and l'U"'tMudl, which they Basket Dinner and Speaking Will G. S. MERCHANT', co.

(pniiuptly paid. although they Intlmah'Umt
B. Held on October 17. Retailers and Jobbers
It WH>> inlKhty ">\p,Mt 'le nni* ID
bltloti" There will be able basket dinner

\Villlam HiiKh. another liarkimuiwan and! MM> knic| In behalf of the Cotton Staple and Fancy Grocerie

II rrn hn".'t I upon! a (charge of Jrowera* Association ut Trenton ont

"Ui.(iii$" n I'arkag.. loiiKlntr to one hurtulity October 1?. ....

4 UNDERSELL of hi. Customers in thu carriage but There will I tx ae,'*rsl prominent! I gain Sardaii. Sort and. .. FarfiHzara.

tin rise: wn comiirtinil b\ the I"; ')' speakers who will address the iNopie \
SOUTH :SIDE: SQUARE, t i GAINESVILLE. FLOKlj
in*'111 of th.> lout uf the tontfiitit of on the cotton 'lI1P tlon. among
t tb.. Io'k.1Ne.. wllom will be Harvle Jordan highest fu>.rn..i priee paid lor 0 Iellene. Egg and other Prvdua

:t The little fellow thai buys: 1billle I I'n rt.-r. and I'rl.'II1".ttr. Ktoryhotly Is cordially: Incited to be A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats. Flour.i Bray i Meal. Cotton. S*.d Mend

i one 1 piece of (this and one tot to arguing oik Tuesday: ao to the present'e' expect u general! bin Ry.. W. handle only the VF.RY BEST good .t the LOW. j.' ,

test 1-H.WiiiK 11oy In town Th-) dlf, time I COMMlTrKK.: ( : EAT PRJCJt8.aM guarantee &&"."anion altars
I I
i piece of that cannot begin; to feral l" with the r.-""It th.t th.'>" .>n. - --' ..- .- .... - .- -- - _. -- -. -

u compete with our prices. KHXt i hi n tlntlo\ nubat and hair :

pullliiK i','"ft""t. llotli "..re arresters l

and< compelled to undergo the em ..r '
Oldest Bank Central Florida"DIRECTOR4
rAHNinent of niuxsirtnic In court I

WE BUY IN OARSALWAYS Wetlnendav. inttrnlnic!: The former wannml I

>5 and cuts. while the letter

wn released, after n mild reprimand.' H. F. DUnOll ;; UI''ICJK: TUF DUTTOn BANk !' i' 'aNrperatf'fl

for the indiscretion of fir<.UnlC about i
W. R. TnO"A v. a. l:. l'gtu0x a.
anything especially smets+dy else'sbaby co. ...&.
c SAVE MONEY (for C. W (;lIAS&.
- our- Ctt cltAV/c: C:;>>ital Full Paid $75,000
+ h" t Ieel'rK If. Ir al.'T'I'o.. The Dutton

"' sell-es and customer Julius Caesar BANKERS u. ... n.'Jt.Ulr GAINES-V LLE. FLA. J. A.K4CLT'5hT I

At ".10......... f3llakEstabUsh
Wan a man of nerve, but .I'kur-II. .
...d o. ICHOL6.
I left Its mark and be became axedbefore Fe n I
-eT.tax.Yle_ COUNTY and CITY A. l. THOMAS.
his tlui Sickness. Is oft.acau. !" Iplyis i

CAINESVILLEFURNITURE Hl by a torpid liter II.rbln DEPOSITORY w. TUOVAS" ,

will regulate your liver and give you

health. Mrs. .Aostlo, Holloa.Kansas A D..k oi..e ........... .... b... u.i I.a..e .ter ...s. flies a ......., .. a e.rwy tttetl k is hews & ........ I I. seratry. Ase..n -

., write, "1 consider Hrbtn .. MeroL.r, C.rp.ieato.as., F..erg M.-es,T......Op.ra.sJ l.i ei'..i..eC.ied.

the best m dl kba.i I rer heard o/.. I ':... r tent ald.a'ttahe. .UtrtMratas w t1111nR ltissr. :..... :
QOM'PAN' "; 1\I Its.
L .. wtu.wt I.." SoW W. r .,_ :.,.'"" t."!t \) ;.yf\: :.. .r: ,

ala"paver. ...;,'.,..,... ",..-. 7" j."".' ,' ",_b7,' ..1'. ""3 '. ....
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OUDArOCTOHER 10, 1907 ;


< RECORD- I to be promised and assurance givenof '

ifS( control of the trusts and corpora* "

AluminuMWare tins but as such pledges have often I REMOVES 'f J

FOR ABSENTEEISM I been made before other Presidential S'S -s

(campaigns' their
fuliaUment can betaken '
F
with due allowance and the: BLOOD HUMORS rWhen

joosevelt's Admin stration Beats needs of corporation contributions for ,' the blood is purr autl he.1ththt" step wi 'I 1 K soft, smooth and I
the' cttu.iHiign fund. I free from eruptions but when the hU.nl l . with"
Others in This Respect. nu- mfei-ted some unhealthy -
AU ROBERT MIM.KH (t Iniraor the effect Is shown bv r."hf'i't.' eruptions. boils. anti pimples, .1I
or other disfiguring! and annoying stun ditravr. The\ !Win\ it i provided i with .

HITCHCOCK is' ROUNDING UP NOTES FROM BELL. I C'ountlCc"OpotC': and >glands> which act a.. .u .lrunnit HV Mem to rid the body nli '

Is more durable than iron i( impurities through the perspiration tint n'. . .fl- passing' through .' ,
; these little tubes There are other gland" tit,.,it .i.r; out the skin ..
p on
postmasters ,In the Interest of I -will last a life-time-easy to Hell Oct. 9.-O. O. Thomas and substance to it an oily
soft
,, ; and ,
p keep pU.b1e.'h. n t'.u-: "1. .1 tx--omrn filled with "
I Cortelyou for Republican Presidential keep clean-light and easy to Jones Kr>-ant have' gone to Newberryon humors and acids these are thrown off through te! I'tJrt'j4ntl glands

Nomination -Johnson Boom Not handle. You will enjoy cook- a pleasure attraction. I I burning and irritating the skin and drying up tine n.I'ural oils &o that .w..
Mrs Colson of Gainesville is visitIng have not only Acne. Eczema Salt Rheum itt but.u.,'h dry scaly skin
to Minnesota.' ing if you use Aluminum her affection* Tetter' Psoriasis and kindred t
Confined daughter Mrs. S. O. Itarron. us true 'es 1'lutn-.,titietit of skin "a!
Correspondence ne D Uy Sun. rare. They have gone' this week visiting troubles with salves washes, lotions etc. i is! not .1 i:"'ni; tic! ri.ht hue True .1
i peciftl such treatment relieves l'o.ueof the and di-... ,
itching .
relatives at Jennings Lake and 'uit .rt .n.t l .".1. in keeping -
Washington. D. C.. Oct. 9.-With Trt>n tou. I the skin clear' but it does not reach the real '.a.I.... ..f f the* Irn uble. which '

the] President away on politics and Everything in ALUMINUM Mr. and Mrs. I are humors in the blood and it can therefore have u.u t. ,il' iritivr riltxt on .. .
Snyder have a very these'! skin affections. S. S. S., and .
and Root and Taft the a gentle acting pvrf t I LNNI: putitUr, is
bent sick
bunting baby.Ve are glad to know the the best and
quickest treatment. It goes down into the Mo.nl 1 and removes
two chief members of the cabinet. WARE for the Housekeeper child IH Improving. I the humors, fiery acids and |> isons from the circulation! v.. ..'l-1 the! overheat i

In foreign parts, and the_ other meniK fire J. P. Philpot and Nathan Roberts ed blood and by sending a fresh !stream' of nourishtrt? !t.'.)..d to the skin j

left on the 5th lust for Atlanta J'rm.ncnthcurC'll1kin diseases" of every character S S S i is n>..,lr" entuelvof
administration
of the absent to-- ._.nt..r__n tha'._,. Snr..1: 1..It..... Q........_ ,. health J>producing roots herbs and' barks, and is un .tl++;,olntely sue rm-etlv l
;m their departments op politics cess to the boys. for :young i>r old. S S, S cures Eczema Acne, Silt Rheum 'TV'tt, p oriisis. t1.'

or private business the Governmentof I Coffee Pots Oatmeal Cookers, The services at Nebo which began Anct"U other tH"\JrrC--4\hlt.: .1I1111111SiJhtly erupt: ns of the SI.II\ :**y tat \,
b oV on Skin Disea.vcs and .inv medio.il advice desired furnished tree to till
the country' Is running with, the Pudding Pans Turkey Rooster Thur..ctaendIng. Sunday evening, who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA. ..,
,
Republican understrappers at the Serving Trays, Tea Pots. were Instructive and elevating, conducted r

ht lm. This has been pretty much by Rev It. R. Thomas pastor - - -'--' ,I

tie case all the summer since the UNIVERSAL BREAD-MAKERS In charge assisted' by Rev. Joe Hell. Portable SawMill *

president left early In June. No Mixes' and km-ad Jeff Sims and Wilson Griffin. Crowded:
the dou li in thrive a
administration has such a record congregations and well spread dinners ,
ether minute, (itiaranttttl to give aIifaction. l l Outfits "

) for absenteeism. Nor _has any ether, administration spent so much Rev. I,. R. Thomas will commence The lleM on .:.rtl1.

time on partisan politics and interference a protracted service here Saturday : ;
.i: ;
and I'.Oll.KUS: and all
with, local squabbles. Every BAIRD HARDWARE CO. night before the third Sunday Sat v
kinds of and :Mill
Machinery
kind of exctise' has been made to send urday. October 19th. plies We Sup-
S OVKS': RANOKS:, KNAMKL- Joe carry a large:: stock and can make ImmedinKi' .hliim 1| >iitVrltf for
out the cabinet officials and their assistants I Rivers', colored horse was illustrated
WAKE, TIN WARE. catalogue. We can MT you money .Addr<.n
to do the; preliminary workto consumed by fire Saturday I llouwthold *- '
--___ ____ _
round up delegates to tne. next' tt e' he will be only seriously consideredfor n furniture was saved Lilt thekitchen ,.. :NI.A..I..SSYaONIp: : : A. N-y41 ::

publican National Convention. Seer furniture was lost. South .
Forsyth Street. _
second place 011 the ticket. ATLANTA CIA
tary Taft has made speeches m all ..
-- --
-
Governor -- --- -
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Johnson - -
of Minnesota ---- -
-- -
the States where he could do any WHO USES HYOMEI "
"' "
seems to be forging ahead as a .I'.I'.I'.I".I'.I"1IIIIIi..I"111111i.I"1IIIIIi.I. .
good: Secretary" Metcalf has been foe I
months In California and the: other promising candidate, and this has The Belt People In Gainesville SayJ. I '

Pacific States; Secretary Cortelyou been strengthened by reports from W. McCollum A Co.-Guaranteed -

bas been in New York. In close touch Minnesota which undoubtedly will in Catarrhal Troubles.No If You Are Insured.
send a Johnson delegation to the Democratic .
.
with Wall Street and the New York other remedy or treatment for
r National Convention. The
politicians;' Secretary Bonaparte> has Mankato catarrh has ever been as popular or % )
Daily Review of that State
been rusticating In Canada and his made so many remarkable cures In lu a Company that is Kevnnnsiblf. have s Policy l orr.(1'I, r
one of the oldest and most reliable p4 Written \Nith
Liberality of Contract \
Maryland country home and Incidentally Gainesville! as Hyoniel. 1'oliey stud the Comi-s+ y
Democratic newspapers said a few 1 lays Losses PromptlyYou M
has helped to muddle up Republican The beet people attest its curative IC
days ago: "Senator Works of Mankato .
prospects Maryland; Secretary virtues, say J. W. McCollum & Co. the
states that Governor Johnson will
Meyer has been boosting UP Senator local agents. The fair way in which Are Assured
be the
next Democratic candidate for C
Lodge for control of the Massachusetts President. He believes that Mr. llyomet was sold to refund'the money ( s

delegates; Secretary Garfield besides unless 1 it gives satisfaction, was the
Bryan will not stand in Johnson'sway. That no serious loss eau' oereome you without you list come 4 frefag.
spending the summer In the best proof when It wax Introducedthat : _.
This statement Is believed to I __ ,
'West ostensibly on Government business it iMidwensed unusual curative 1
have a particular significance coming
but really on politics, then took powers. J.V.. McCollum & Co took
another month at home In Clevelandto from Senator Works at this time as all the risk of the treatment giving )
Bryan was a guest at Mr. Works' Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance; ;
help fix up the proposed defeat of home ill Mankato about a week ago." satisfaction and left" It to the purchasers ,
Tom Johnson for mayor by the Presi to be the judge.
dent's favorite Congressman Burton; That the Johnson boom is not confined Later, when Hyoniel wan used and ) None but a"lIaloltCom..anl... H.pr.'fId. C I
t0 Minnesota, but Is being carefully -
Secretary Wilson has been travelingall recommended by our well.known phy
cwnvasaed! the South. la con
over the West at Government ex- slclans and business men and their )
firmed by T. H. Hails of Beaumont
I''-nse; and If the truth were knownthe Texas a prominent Democrat of the wives an a ,treatment that absolutely .A.lVI.: CTJSKCIVE: J5.N ;

other cabinet members have not cured (catarrh no matter bow serious Rn
Lone Star State. He ban been in ) .
Information be furnished OA1NKHVILLK FLORIDA
rfnlly .
r.ald out much from their private purees or long standing the wales| rapidly \
Washington tiring the past few days
on their political junkets.As4isantPostmasterGeneral. grew and today there In no ot II fOrrf'JIPlb'
:' Hitch- and upon being interviewed said: in J. W McCollum At ('0.'* fc '.I" .I'.I" '
"Our people would very much like to
:ock has been rounding up the post- support Senator Culberson 'for theDemocratic stock that hall such u largo and "tra..I l

_asters and Instructing them sere sal*. .f
toy nomination, but he Is obdurate -
delegates to the The first breath of llyoinci's hftilliiic ;
Con-
Republican against the use of his name In .. I
entinn favorable to Cor- air kill all catarrhal |1",1"011| I
Secretary that connection. If the delegates
com- : Fay-Sholes
t..It.on. IMnchot of the Forestry !luau posing the next Democratic Na Try llyouwl. today on J, \\'. MrCollum i 'i .1

member of the "Tennis Cabinet" tlonal Convention really want to win. &: Co H. offer to refund fix :

as ben In the Rocky Mountain money If the! treatment do-"*, not clvol I f
they will work to nominate Governor .
!' rate trying to overcome the oppo.011 you tlAfarUulI. s... f
I Johnson of Minnesota and for Vie*'"- TypewriterItFTDOJiRD
. developed there on account of I President tJeutenant-Oovernor Chan-
)t' enlargement' of the forest That Tired cling. j
r cter of New York. I have paid some
1 '*'s The political expeditions off attention to the record and character If you are languid depressed incapable 1; ..UK: O"I.t:JH a:IJ
.
:: others might be mentioned who, of Governor Johnson. There has beenno for work It Indicates that T'llF.. IIK.ST:

f pat In more time for partisan your liver Is out of order llerblue
more meritorious rise from a lowly .
M.ICII1: >K: UN 1IIK: 1UI&KITUnlyrRcAl
> !):.I, :, than for what they are paid I station In all our hilltor1 t*'- will assist nature to throw off h..ad'i

I 'I. Hooker Washington and other lleve ho could carry not only Minnesota aches, rheumatism and aliments akin J Han I TahulutorON

::liberation negro leaders have but several other Northwesterntatea. to nervousness arid restore the energies '( U [ [T I -

I :i attempting to turn the current Along" with the wave his and vitality of sound and perfect r \"f'ry-Mncliino.

irk.'y voters away from Foraker; candidacy would create the Democrats health. J. J. Hubbard Temple, T.IBS. J

f with no effect outside of the 'might ""gather In several Senators writes, "I have used Herblne for the
It has done more'I' Lightest Shift 1 Mchle Running f The 1 <
i trite holders.my' and Representative The Governor pant two year me
been good than *H thn dtx-tor It Is the Champion Hj...rd "',It..,. of the World
but It has a strenuiiiui would make Inroad on Republican
-r. and after all the result territory where no other Democrat ,' bent medicine ever rude: for chlllf and : (;.., loo. KsyNholf.,, Mnr Fay.tH.ol.. In Y"+

-- rite doubtful for the admlnls-' could make the slightest impress- 'fevt>r"to<". Hold by W. M. J<>lJflWtu. t LI.M I. 'I.ln-.III. than any other m. 'hlii. .

unless the office holders can Ion"

the President to for Two months more and the HI- ** Explodes. j I
run a Big Er'Qir
For al
. fc> ., by. .
"'I t 'rm, for they at heart fear a tleth Congress will convene and the MaMetta.! f.. <>c-I Tire Mr rn (;

_' d.! al with another candidate. Then issues will be discussed which divide gins that run caper it *r*>in*> off['I
R. C. DAVIS & CO. Jacksonville Fla.mnrmmnrmntmmmntmmnrmmmmmmm
*- are now-accusing the Cor- thn partletf. There hall been no more the ON.r/ta/ J 'Ha/a.. h."ucI Jlto! for. .

'boomers of using the patron- Important notion of Congress, aw far tire 1 romp*:!;> uf Hunea..vu r. :a.' |

the United States Treasury as party politics Is concerned for the and was ear,' ....-iv!
of of that a.act ut the hlI"I, ..
r %
I'ostofflce \\rimt. The Republican
Department! to force past ten years at -
where the .brine: wee l.. 4td 'i'torn
mlnatlon. and,, as far, as the leaders seem determined to '
i" Into bits ami several plrrttie #-. "t'
TO States are concerned they "stand pat" on the tariff by refusing
i i iI enc/ne,/ w' r. throws a .'t doubt rounded up the officer to consider the revision. of even the ....
I a mil from the iwllJ Tbrlni ESTABLISHED 18O9
who compose the Republican molt truat-protectlnr schedule It dtII" will "*',," tIt Anise! to 1.0 tKt)) ]
.
,., .re leaving out the darkeyTv also expected that no effort will 1"1 and. w1i; ei:>.' '." paper wrblr. ic 1 =
the railroad rAt
made to strengthen
but -d"1tn 1
>rnocrats. while they have law nor do they now Intend to pace. .

set. active are much as their enrourag"Rp. blllndff **!- I Cannon.any anil-trust for b.III legklatlon certainly flp tHo ik r-..r For-Over Sixty--Years I' |i H. F. DUTTON & CO. I

Mrs., Window's Soothing Syrup has ]
Republican division aDd fan elected. designs to pass the approprla-;

r -bt., but are! still at sea about Lion bill and .Adjourn at the .earll 't w.-n used for children's tetbiog. It J:-; r.
IN
.4 lead the party. The trend possible. All reform are to two i' soothes the child, softens the gums. fC I.I."5

has till after election I -that l-, allays all pain cures wind colic sad
led! to a the"oub Inn t*> tpooed
of the merits of possible' revision of come" kind of the tariff l" is the Wet remedy for dlarro. SAy

and their reputed strength _'__ - _ __. _ n_ _ -___ -- &
Sea Island Cotton I IL t
&
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THE. DAILY SUN. :' ,( AINESVl.. -ELO&LDA. ,..OCTOBER lO?'19.1 17 sq

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: Your Mouth city attorney be instructed to dray
Do rOD Open '
MONTHLY{ MEETING an ordinance allowing ,Property:' Own:
1-.iice a,voting bird and gulp down what- J
around whose Improve-
em property
*.r food or medicine may be offered your .. ..'*-'
OF CITY FATHERSfy : ..do you want to know soipetKlng of the nrenta are being made. to pay one- -
aiapo_Itlon and charaeteror that which third cash.. one-third) In.one :year and
.,' I' '>0u'._take into your stomach whether. as' the remaining one-third In two, years,
food or medicine-? '
{txriIeestinisession ,of the City 'Most Intelligent and sensible peopl. with six per cent Interest on last two
now a-Jays Insist on knowlfg what they payments. 'Motion carried.:
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4'v 'Legislature Monday Evening.'PAYMENT employ whether as food or as medicine that
Alderman Bunch moved ,the
Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfectright
totnsiatupon such knowledge. 80 he attorney: draw ordinance ,for city certificates -
OF CURRENT BILLS
/J', publishes,; najesjt and on each bottle- and resolution aa contained
wracper. wbaQjTTTiMdlgine. are made of In request of Board of Public Works - c. -- '
MTh.' Principal Business' of the 8..- an v ties Thisbe ford eJ5 "
: Yoa &Vich
he csare ow bresua' tt- more referred to him. Motion carried. laKind !Have A1WapsBdOiE'ht,. baa been
.r4!\ ..alon, Was the Payment. of Many ,fjnts whlt"h hla medletnes The communication of Dr.. 'Andrew; ,fturoTe\8O- years .iuuf:.borne the'slgnature of
:pills"! and Llttls, Els. Was Transct made are stud l ld and unU>r.tafeior4 e Sledd to the mayor regarding'the cat. :. .and bar been mado nnder his.peraxmaj -
1 1 1 IKetr su xTtor curs ll ve *trt Uo"I I t "
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-"r; '*. .d-Adjourned to Nsxt Monday. Armr tie running, at large around the' University I aupejm Igton adaee infancy.
(\ e Counctrmel' In.regular monthlytaeod For the eure-of woman's peculiar weak. aDcl'between here:.,and, the ,Allow; oiu>to deceive you in thJa.

;, At, 8 o'' 1ock, ,Monday evening. I nesses...Irregularities' derangements.. University was referred,back .to>the A.U.C_ $ elw..XmltaUolia.-.JaR-..--JFOod are bob
JMoM In attendance PreslMK I. I giving riM to frequent headache,'backache mayor, aa-there was an ordinance,covering JBgperitBscnt .tbAfeutrlfle'..wltib:and'tfntsuig-er'tlie health oTJnfiarts
were
4 distress In
dragglng-down pain or f .
,:*. ) Ad ChrMrenFrpecrtenca.. "* 'at Xbcperiment.
*! Broom*.' Aldermen Bunch. Mix- I lower abdominal or pelvic! region: ; accompanied . same ; .' ;"
:"'lV14al-Wlt t k d-Webster.following outlines, with a debilitating. < The petition for a ,light at they"n- S*, /J r .
I pelvic catarrhal drain and kindred symptoms tersection- 6f Boundary and West 'RIA
,(,y .>, bills were audited, of weakness Dr. Pierce' FavoritePrescription retf'rred' What :isCaartoria CAS .r .
the
oaIWI, correct and ordered paid: Is a most efficient remedyt Main streets waa '
,t') to fund-JE. A. O'Neill. fC.9ftjl t Is equally effective' jn curing pallHuiperlocb. light, commltte.Jflderroan i* a: harmless aubCut te'l'or Castor' Oil, Pare-
ere' & Earle. $920; J. A. mothers. In and giving In preparing strength the ta system nursint of Bunch moved that 'the gone, I>rop 'anel Sootbin pimps.. It- Is' PIea8aat. It
rer, $4; Gainesville Gas & Eleci the expectant mother for baby's coming recommendation: of B. F. Miller! superintendent contains nelUtfeq Opium Morpblne nor' other :Harcotlosabctonce.
Power' Company. $&84; J. E. '..1 thus rendering painless.childbirth The"Favorite safe and comparatively Pre- of water works contained :I Its age is its''s aarantee.: 'It'.destroys,,TVonus
err, '$40; J. G. Folk,. $40; Baird : tion* I* a most potent,strengtheningtonic In his communication bearing and allays FeverisbneiBS.,, It cures IMaarrb ,MV:and. Wind
mare Company, $33.93. Con- I I to the general feminine system In and to the date of October' 1, regarding. the tap- Colic.; It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
particular
tIu'.ent ,fund-K. C. McMahan. $I; r It Is also distinctly a, soothing and Invigorating ping of water mafria and hire of .extra ' and'' Flatulency. ''It', assimilates. tile Food" regulates the
atlas: Lois Halle. $2.25;; Peninsular I f nervine' and cures nervous exhaustion man be adopted. Motion carried.. Stomach and ;BoWete,' giving health i and natural sleep.
'Printing Company $3. Fine and Cost I spasms nervous. chorea prostration or St.neuralgia Vitut's dance hysteria, and Alderman Bunch moved that the The Children's'Panacea--The Mothers? Friend.
fwid-B. T. Arnow. $2325; W. It. other distressing. nervous tymporgans attendant charman of the street committee confer
,
lomas 'Co. $2807 Z. T. Taylor $10.gbt upon functional and organic dis-: with the Eddlns Manufacturing
;
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sales of the distinctly J feminine organs.A GENUINE, ,CASTOAIA ALWAYS
l fund-Gainesville (las & IIecOPower host of medical authorities of all the Company and see if his bid for
$228. Officers' 'several school of practice. recommendeach bridge included abuttmenta; If not,
Company :Bears the of
of the several Ingredients of which Signature _
and-B. T. Arnow $50; J. M. Den Favorite Prescription" Is made for the how much would the extra cost' be
401:'C.L.Kite, $,"0V.; .S. Urooinc. $75. cure of the diseases for which It claimed for same? Motion carried.' .
be .You read what they
to
a cure. mav
Waterworks- expense fund-T. K. Klis .y far yourself by sending a postal card Complaint as to condition of the bax:.
; $7.66;; Gainesville Foundry and request for a free bnoktat of 41Itrac'U" racks lot was upon motion, of Alderman N7
from the leading ftuthorltlra. to Dr. K. V.
fachlne Works $950; Oeo D. Evans, Pierce, invalids Hotel,), and Surgical In- Hunch referred to the street ..
,.{' W. B. Phifer & Co., $160; 11. F.t11er stttnta.Buffalo. N. Y.,and it will come to committee, to have the same 'cleared ' :to .
'$I.950: J. E. Pultz. cashier. you by return poet :'of debris and put in shape within
$17? 'E. "E. Prince $1575' ; A. T. KelJttT. -- thirty days.In The Kind' You Haye Always Bought

,,|48;' Gainesville Planing and Cof- and fees impounding cattle: the matter of the claim of Qeo. . .

:Company ,1852; Dalrd Hardware The collector reported 362.75 license R. Kills and It. L. Phifer for one- '. In I Use For Over .3O, Years.

0.. $4094; 8. J. Thomas Co. 19.90; collected and $83 water rents third cost of. curbing and cutter v.i.w-..........w___.._-*..__......
i R. Thomas Co. $3.25.: Street around their premises., was, referred
fo .1-W. C. Adamson, $3.40; J. A. ; collected. to the street committee to "Investigateand r -
ado, assignee, 38.88; C. C. Warren Alderman Bunch moved that the report. "

,, assignee. $28.26; J. M. Dell, assignee chairman of the'' sanitary committeebe Alderman Bunch moved that the
$$6.15; J. A. Shannon. $3; Instructed to examine the cesspool property owners on Alachua avenue -
C Walters $1.26; J. A. Shannon, in the rear of the United States and Liberty street be relieved from ThtTfcirty-Fair.il. ftar tf.
pee. $43.75; W. W. Avers $1.50; land office, and to report the evil any ..assessment on the wall over
.., R. Thomas Co. $38.95; Balrdiware existing therefrom, should any be Sweetwater branch by the Board. of' Miss T.III.an9s JUanling ..I Co. $5.75; Gainesville found. The motion was carried. Alderman Public Works. Motion carried.
ling and Coffin Company, $15.43; Bunch moved that B. F. Miller Alderman Mixson moved that the Op M)4 September 18, 1007 at 8 SO a. sp.IIo. '
?.JH. Jarvis $..76; Saunders & Earl, I be appointed'I Inspector of plumbing marshal be allowed flO per month. for
Assignees.. 15 cents; W. S. McDowall for one month, to be paid $2 for horse feed. Motion carried. 800 WEST MAIN: STREET S. t-I OAI5E8YILLE FLORIDA
[:*135. Cemetery fund-Mrs. II. II. MerCreary I each line inspected that connectedwith Alderman Bunch moved to adjourn t!I '

'. for sexton, etc." $35. sewer. Motion was carried. until Monday evening. October, ''14.1, I Send Us Your" 'Next Order for' Job Work:
I
:The, marshal reported" $131.75. fines Alderman Bunch moved that the which was carried. -I .

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(PHIFER BROTHERS, BANKERS NEW YORK "RACKETThe PHIFER BROS.




GAINESVILLE FLA. I

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



Small Margin.We .

Our list of depositorsis --

are now ready, (for. .theft'; !!! Season. New Goods cowing by every train,

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from
growing . aitf we have ins in i every Department, -

4 day to day.


Our methods are Shoes !''Sh.l !, Flannel 20 pieces wilt'l Swans e thrown Down on Outing our CANDIES. !'

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conservative and
counters Monday at Ilc yard

we ...try and make you feel \\.turc ..null ,fixed' on would J l lx eheaj_ at 12 1-2c. CANDIES!'


that your businessis ShUt'&. Staple and Dress Goods. Fall _.

appreciated no matter kind-: will be shown this::! 'The lJett.nlone""
can
t wine::: lim! va 1 U('& in Peter's very tT

how small the account.If I Hlttcl i JUUl1UU(1. \\eek. buy.. .

pound.Che
are not Crown line vici and -
you ,
New Silks Ue-t. Chocolates at 20C

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

Ynnl-wide all color $1.25
touched. ,
call around and ... All Candies guaranteed(
good-*, at only 1 S1.II yard.

,I give us a share of Indies! Itcrnaldo 1 line indifferent pure.

, your business. styles at 51.11M: Ul of 100 Odd Cuts

\lua1 to tho-e sold at $1.76. KITCHEN WARE

, For onmll glen nnd Hoyj=,

We ,are located in our: own OorrN line at $2. ant} worth ai high ai $5.00-take

building, S. E. corner of 52.75. --' your choice thirf Yale at Sic Everything for the kit-

,# each. Come c uick. chen.

the Square. UadclitTe) at Stslfli1- % '

et cot>dto l e I HU. KlMNNiS I nlMMMIS Large shipment of Tin
!
FlUr Per Cent on Savings Accaunts.BHIPUR and Euanlel are ju-t! ro-
Full line of ChildrvnNin ; '
No. 40 and CO Kibbon3 at I'
Sht all the grade, ceIVt: 3:
only'lie yard,
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Try our Shoes---will 'save Plaid Ribbons in all, the Compare price and you;-
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4 : DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, OCTOBER ii''. 1907

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Aat4vy TAKE CARE OF THE BOYS. REPUBLICAN VOTERS REBELLED.

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The Live Oak Democrat says "it + it looks as if Teddy were losing

,. Is a hard problem to raise a boy rightin (I ground in his own" State At the r...

"- as1e't_ "..,AataervlUe.n.., this age of the world and unless he I cent primaries!! in Brooklyn Air Roberts

.. Zytvrcd. .. .....-.t;. has a home made ;attractive to him President Roosevelt's l'ostntasterof

\ , by his parents,- there are more llrooklyn. was" defeated and RobertA
}'.' 8 g. )ecCg>otABY'It.f>j'::>OR1t+or ind P'sbiktheb-- -, chances that he wilt go ,U the..Dad Sharkewhom" President Roo .eelt I r' SNOWA

,e' 1 than otherwise. One :: of the sure'. I > 45'
,. ..tCtty: Cdltor.r refused to reappoint a< natal
J:. t1&TZ.'II"-t'' '. f,! :
JKSSTT: swift J"084.-/(0 ruin for the lad Is loafing officer of the port of ,;cow York won i

-,M. PBKWTTT>.\..BSP*.'Composing Room*. around the sCreets after night, in his district. Tht'ra8, a good

for it ls. ,hen that:the,worst influences deal of clatter on the part of Woodruff .

on'1CB1 POETlt1'DI.OCZ.- of the community are abroad and are' and Roberts and Sharkey am to I M

III w.laID Street awe. ..Tsrsrawra oe lying in wait 'for that very 'kid.* If how the result was brought about

;;;;pearsp.bil.bed- ""T7 7 mcgnIeg es- the home government fall through Chairman Woodruff issued a statement for Rh.umaU.m, guts
.uaday.dcliver.d bit caulito the city: ,or I the neglect' or Indifference' of the parents declaring: that he had not interfered Sure' Cure Sprain. Wound..Old
Sfle* :0 any part of the Uied States. ,postage, then it is the 'duty of the town 'I( i In the Sharkey district The Sorw. Com, BunlaCOalJ. \" s
ZZTforft a year: $*-:* sat oaths: (i as threw .. B v......Contracted Muscles, Lams Dick Stiff Joints
L government, for the common good, to Sharke people declared that he had.
f Frosted Bums ;
iaIcadiac Scalds
to
J.th.;ory cents. f e.:jweeks-atrlctly F..e eta
do some'regulating on its own account I This in a pointer showing what maybe AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdu Inflanv
,
efIaIICC' and "at least see that the' youngsters; expected: ] In the Johnson-ilurton nation and dnyss cut Pain. a. '
4 local coJ_ ceata line PENETRATES the Porss. loosens the Fibrous T\t\ .
notice Is la a are kept off the streets after a certain fight in Cleveland Ohio. The people u" '
niertbe.aadoes4.taeeachaddlttoaalitltn : promotss a frss circulation of the Blood ai.inche I4ua lss ,
e : hour at night. DeFunlak almost
kfcrtfeo. i i '' -, Springs was always rebel against dictation natural lasUcity.. ,
*or dUptay graduating Into rowdies until It got to I ONCE TIllED ALWAYS USED :
be intolerable and the council j, f
Twlce-a-Week 8.n ..as el ii t..P.forty- town Prohibition didn't win out in Peiioa. CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM
'J'be ,enacted an ordinance to break the'business.
chunn paper, ...bUa ad .overt aloaday: and up cola, hut it scared the city O\'t'rll'
ItBr.d.y. and w.takw.;aM tte,; sews of the It may be necessary for : meat Into a system of saloon rojrul.i-
local. State' sad *neal,. and will bey.ited other towns In Florida to have some' Mrs K. A. Simpson. 500 Craig 8t.. Xaovlll.Tenn. ..
wt portag fret, |o'aay pyt Gf the United such law and it is well to know what .. writes: 1 have boea trying the baths!
Canada for 1J odes yaar-ta advance. bad features of the traffic. The new Hot SprlD .. Arl.. for sciatic rheumatism bat Iget
state or the DeFunlak ordinance' is. It. proi i: city ordinance on the subject prurti more relief from Ballard' Snow Liniment

All drrrtUlng blUe,becom* due after firstppnraace vides that it shall be unlawful |i call>' abolishes the dives'i. c ntliif" the than any medicine or anything I have ever tried.

of advertisement, unless otherwia any person under-the age of 16 yearsto saloons to a limited area nild furtherenact large Inclosed bottle find poatoffios Southern order lor $1.00." Scad ms
In contract JPartiea not known to ua by Bspreas.
UiMtlkUd be upon the public highways or at
( that no llqi,T shall be sold or
'for"advertising- in adAddrea THREE SIZES
to 33c 5Oo AND $1.00
.ill I*required pay public places of said town between : ,
given to intoxicated tend
*. TilE: DAILY BCN. any person
"pce." the ,hours of 8 o'clock m. and 5 t' OB 9URB YOU OCT TMg OCmMN8
OSarwvthvl; PLA. p. no such person shall be allowed to

o'clock a. m.. unless such person has I remain in the premises; saloonit Hhnll Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

It took Carrie Nation some' time to with him the written consent of. or Is close at :9 p, nl. and remain closed| ST. LOUD u. s. A.
I
]learn that the warpath. led to the in the immediate company of his par I until 5 a.m.; no tables. chairs or

.orkhouse. ent or guardian or in the company of lounging places are rmltteU. and

someone over the of> 21 by ,I
age years acreena tire not allowed to obstruct w

New England baker threaten to advance the content of such "parent or guar- view' from the street, of the bar ur OLD AND RICO BD aY

the price-'of pie 20 per cent. dian previously given bar.room separate barn for white and

The only alternative would probably colored patron Penalty for violation w M. tTOHNSO I"t

be to make the crusta,shorter. HOBBLE.FEDERAL JUDGES. of the ordinance 1st a flue not exceed .

lug $SOd or Imprisonment not exce*.ding .

Henry Watterson claims that "the The recent decision of Judge Loch- 60 days or both at the discretionof

devil often baits Hi* bock with s Joke." ten, of the United States circuit court rt''urdeor.-141vt'.. '" Oak Democrat
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enjoining the officers of the State of - --. -
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We don't see how he .make., such
large catches wjth' li'VpoorbatV: ,.* Minnesota from enforcing the* law of What win the next Congress do for GEIYFRAL 0 REAL, ,
O
that State In regard to freight rates and with sugar? asks The \\aiihliig- fJ'C11
ton Post. Those who know Uncle. ,
adds ,a new chapter to the usurpation
Editor Thompson of The Key West .
: VIce-Presldent Fairbanks .
of Federal courts. It will 'no Joe and a. -

Citizen was recently assaulted by ,a doubt have.an effect contrary to what sume that Congress will pay for It, rL45et1 GAIN (J'Vi LLE. FLORIDA fp11t ,

merchant whose action la.returning. was Intended by It. In fact it will and mix it with mint. lemon l I.*.< and

his property to the tax 'collector for result in ,.the introduction of bills at a little Old Crow as uwual. (SKA II AM HUILDINC.; ;
payment of the license tax he had
'
the jrVjijesBion for cir.
of Congress
criticlged. The editor _ys. however. WE ii AVI: FOR SAI.K-

that though he may be murdered on cumacribing the powers of Federal THE PEOPLE ALL ()m> 'ix-rooiu |I courts by depriving them of all authority l lot .ViHlii Itt' Prni,
< on tn'v'e Mr "t I f'M"V IMx 4
account of the policy of his paper the i '
after l to issue writs of injunction, tm CIte_. Ori 4. Give TTa Nrvr I "''. Itee ftnir-riNiiii hilt,.* in North I iMini>still*. wild lot IHulixk fret.f | Pric I
latter will live him and
pursue j habeas corpus and prohibition in U"Qld" $1a1.IM1.ten |Irr it nt ti'Nn, f In |i. r inonili( until i.Ai.i| | for H..IIM nut
the> same policy. "
cases wherein ,the law of a State Is I This word of late haa been In every- for f. |I.'r IllnlitllT 3
called In question. .A'nd It is notunlikely one'a mouth and many, are wondering: \\<'lit v (litt'! n'xnl< m-c N.if in <'it> limit, all! high acid! ilr> |f Mr Chan. Francis of interlachen. what the word afarnlnea.. though no one tinii, fronting on m 'ft nI tltttrii lights, t ity NNN'r Mini till tin ailvaiilH + '
that such a measure may be has yet been found who will deny: thatNRWnRO'fl -4 to )I.e )hail| in tini city I'rm" muslin : (In'm f7" tat> to f.1''% Ceti-'ten
cne of the best known.authorities on I enacted Into law. In 1802 the Democrats IIERPICIDB dc's the worm. |i. r cent il?wn, HO j i.'r nmiitli

trange: culture In this section' sires at. Jefferson's. suggestion: : ,Well, for the information of thousands ofpeople I'l..\C'K 1'II'U I lK; ( H'riJINiril I ;" Ne are m IH-HI..II to. iiianaK"MUIIM '
as the best remedy for scale and white abolished the circuit court of the Uni who like to know' all about A goodthing afti'r tli' mnt ai'prtelt.t| | anal| nitHli'ni tlletil..t. '9

. f"y tests on all kinds .*f citrus trees we' would say. that IIKrUMOIDK .
ted States created by the 6th Congress .1
mean_. a destroyer or klllvr of "herpes. .
me following. which ne chine Is In February, 1801; and; .that precedent Now' .*'lferpea" In the family narr or a -

the lest thing he fever tried: Five .i.,recelvlng the attention of all d........ caused by various vegetable; pan KHTJIKU: : H. JORDAN. W. VS IIAMITUN. '

pound l of Gold Dust washing powderto Congressman who favor the preservation a:lt:l'It-hlr".I: liar p.rnlcroh and falling causes hair,dan-thlala p

a barrel (kerosene) of water and of the reserve rights of the States the microbe that NKWDUO UKrU'l- k.

nray the trees as with ordinary in- and 'trial' T>y Jury. The next gnat CIDR promptly destroys: after which the JORDAN&COMPANY
Ift I'outlon.-Palatka) TimesHerald.The hair rrow.. ftotd by leading dru&;irlta..
In this will be like
struggle country send Ice In atampa tor sample w The
the first-ft struggle: against the usurpation Kerptcida Co.. Detroit. Mich.

Jacksonville Metropolis 'calls of Federal judges whom-Jeft>r- Two alaes-40 cents and 11.00. INSURANCE II'ORTilF

mention to an important law as follows son so aptly. described as the sappers J. 8. Bodiford Co. pedal Agents.r.s..e '

Attention Is being directed to and miners of despotism a. I ,, ,- ? Bl OCK C1AINESVILLI.1. f'LOk1HA
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'b>* new state law prohibiting all city ,

Dd county. boards from purchasing Anent the recent trial In St. Little .ae..Itk REVIVO Fire. Life and AccidentSEABOARD:: : )II;'.." .":I i: x,

t. PI ll. s from members or from firms! county wherein Rawlins was charged RESTORES YIT.LlT1 . r :
{t:1: which any member of the purchas-. 4
with the murder of Col. McCarty, a
.r board Is Interested directly or inJirertl -I prominent attorney of Fort Pierce, and "MadeWtll I

: ,' An examination, of bills pre- th' jury returned a verdict only tor.n..n.L..uOLh..r Manf {

t.' rated for payment shows in some In- ...._..____ .--._-. The .Melbourne__ __ _n._ Times
':'ncv that the law Is being. violated. truly says: "When murder U proven THE -- Me.-"

w e to be manslaughter) and the Irtoanlt* :EUlllLAT 1W =

stands no prominently b.-fwe n "...."C x..2I\I.I:2D: 1: :)
plea
.r.dlivtr iarM... r.ala'n 3O .!.,.. II aria
a great mistake on the part the murderer and the gallows, we powfrfuilr aoJquirhlr. < urr.%.l..B"tl>.tmt.U
,,' t N _aaa retrain. Iliclr' ". mitiib'MMl au4 I
ity Council in not constructing OUIMT '
: might do away with the gallows arrangement Air Line Railway.
obt men mat rrx>v r tn"lr ytm'Mul vxr i >r Ia J
tttcn on the w..t side of the altoir th.r.*. The murder .lo. MKVIVO. H .0..1 and qelrllr raorfe .>-
above. Hervon.n.... Hest VItati, eeiu'.
when this work was being of Col MrCarty. from published reports Weakness aa Last I'ow..,V ether yt..nory
::i other W......... D_a*"*. sal. asses fO' ** sections of the city was coldblooded and theer- .. ... C'OLUMlilA CAMI >KN sou. 1
i iI ..r... and ladlBrr .. .. abate unfla tae fat.ttldy SAVANNAH, ,
'\\ .>*-n Alderman Benson was dlct l Is said to hate! boon an much of traala. I by.Nrting at tb..t III .LuseA tout RICHMOND
la a great THERN PINES HALEIOH
::-t an of the street committee ''a surprise to the attorneys for th. .-__ Sense clad bleed ..........r Drlnv'as ,

:: '" work In this line as in all defense. an It was. to the prosecution.The leek corlna ib.pick"* An a/awtopsl.eb..k.sn4re.! yaeth.- It want. ter see WASHINGTON UALTIMOHE, PHI,
street!J: work under his supervision. of the county I Is unanimous pro.rtilB< _. la**.4onb.'I1I1. NH"'o.
press no Oliver tesss >M> rarrttxt I* vast jmrlxx. Ii A IJI-:LPfIIA. fyonl(.
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a credit to him. What be did was In condemning the verdict mailSt.OO par p..rka.,a. orals fns <$.Oi ..: ft
': ie In a substantial which .Ira frr..t a<1t.* aa<4 rwna..! to .11.a.. w|.h It
manner with gt*" .*!... 'SL:. .: h<. Mid of much other work on Richard Croker IA wearing a monocle .OICWK CO. HaHa. soy.. C.'c.*.. M

t"' -r_u, Until a brick' gutter'isi I* the latest foreign new eyetem. For IIaJe la OsJaMTfUs. Florida by Two Elegant Tniinx Daily:

'i<'toil on the west side work on --------, --.,----- W. M. Johasxw. l sW.t. "

't art of West Main street, will $100 REWARD 00. ---- ---- . - ., ,_..- - - SEABOARD EXPRESS +Y

a useless expenditure of money The readers of this paper will be MftlAMOWOMCrt

..< SEABOARD MAIL.
rts..aw. Sc.b..1aa.*> .5
'ent rains. one dreaded disease that science hasbeen w..e.w.es... U r w.). >.''*.a..w..M..5 .b'eab'. ftof

able to cure In all Its stages, and r..r r..e.. Pw.w., a..1 ..t '
.. 'rieteitstvc ,5 a.., w h wb.+..
ant is about to organize his I that Is CatArrb. Hall's Catarrh CureIs Owtlttr soI M. e.5,5.4. ./. .
e.} t C:, 'nee I>eag9 Into a National the only positive cure known to the e ct r es Modern Pullman Equipment

fl has decided that hereafter medical '''fr.t mltT. Catarrh being a s. et... aN at....Etatd.aal.I .

:-lIt! will have nothing to do constitutional disease, requires a constitutional /

two older parties. This de. treetmeetna1r.. Catarrh

ten: i Ie said to have been taken Care Is taken internally. acting ,directly The Jamestown Exposition'Line

Mr Rryan refused to support upon tile blood and mucous surfaces

rt for ,the nomination for of the system, thereby destroying
Norfolk Va.
at the last<< National Demonventlon. the foundation of the disease. and ,
> voted the strength by building Laocue 4 r+ stn
when be for citing patient
: .: say
re J. y' ..:
ockr n of MUsoarL It Is up the constitution and assisting' er'' .. a e Aj l6 CONNTsaca, E.xcu >!lon Tickets on Salo (Jail-.
rted that In tfe. event of nature in doing U,. work.. Tb pro- i4a w r ,A M w k.. .. lei,
prletors have so much faith to Its EMC s '+Ihra
Domination,' for President cmraUw powers that they offer On I i..oen" PteVaa (rt..a }

will mak a nomination Hundred Poplars for any **** that it Hs _s...t .re. '.... .,., For fa IB formal Joa sod fl'.e.r r"'r arf*1""a. sslJ '.a say Ag.at, jIi
: to defeat Mr. Bryan How fails to cnrai. Seed for ttt of tsarttBMXUals. waeetlaa o..c.ru C. '. .esboardoe. .rtt I Ifl. .
tin vteV this'win develop Addrs*
JT. J. CHJBOCT A co..'ToIf'do.'o.' '. C. 1 FOYfJBTOK.: Ja.. Assisiast f>....rai' Fa......r Ar+*iTHE / .
that OMnr, vfU drop Mr.wsfs Sold by nI8f.... 1.... : ls.Ia. .IU.. ..1.&, 1 1t

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A\:\ EPISCOPAL CONVENTION. BIG BATTLESHIP_: AGROUND. 'I '-wa* Lunches told. at ::S:3iitt'fr. GerMany,: *r&*, time' for 'Ct.YDE'-: -- ... , e'ST'E.x.MSH.iP.-.- : -- ... : : CO.

'"'i'' luncheon writes an 'American tie ,
',\\; Bishops Provide for Two Episcopal DL Her In Mud Off
Kentucky Sticks Nose smith working In Lclptlc. On stating .,
visions In Georgia. Lambert Point. tlat I did not care to eat.: lie ,told me
;v. ,ale.unond.. Va., Oct. 9;Five mat Norfolk Va. Oct. 9,-The United that It would l e> better If I did no
Z. *st..cf. Interest discussed. during '
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were
; States battleship Kentucky w'atch workt ao I sat down for ,half an hour
the fourth session of the
day's
passed In the Virginia capes late on and watched tbe other At noon W.

'general convention of the Episcopal Monday from the north on her way bad an boar and a baIt and.at 4.o'clock

;church Monday Four of these took to the Norfolk' navy yard for repairs fifteen minute.Tor JuncbJt ..
,place In the house of deputies The ? io',
prior to the walling of Admiral EJvsn's maybe of:Interest some readers
matter of greatest Importance was the battleship fleet on It* long voyage to know' ,what tbe German eats.. '

1 4'discussion relative to tbe reduction In around Cape Horn for the Pacing For hi. first breakfast be generally

$. *. number of representatives from off Lamberth Point has a milk roll and a cup of coffee.! : t
coast grounded .Fo'ifB: .$ .
,each ..diocese of the church. At tbe Tuesday while proceeding up the Bit*.! The second breakfast 1* almost-always : : .. -- OW'--m-r..K:
JJ Ii? present time there are sixty-one dioceses roads a slice of bread with lard or 'goose ewtslrJeckeolnvme;
en-
abeth river from Hampton '
; with a representation of 600. An oil. a piece rf sausage or'cheese and a : andr New York,
the yard.
to
,,
route navy
earnest effort has been made by tbefen'pAelegste The Kentucky with tier nose' stack bottle of beer. For dinner be baa.two Galling aft CHARLESTON.. O:.bo ways.....

; : from New York and Massa.t In the soft mud off the Lamberth slice of bread 'as above plckie.with a herring The FiaMt StMUsUsUpa' la 'tka CMuMwioo;: Ser.ICeClyde
cfeusetts to reduce the or large creeia cheese ,or
representatloofothree ,
t- "
-v Point flat!!! lies almost directly abreast bottle of beer. New and Southern
another
clerical and three lay delegates sausage and England; Lines
?
the Norfolk and Western Warehouse .
luncb'anotber bottle of beer
For
t, from each diocese, but this was and Freight :JACKSONVILLE
Between BOSTON
coal' Tugs Serytoe and
No.2. near long piers. ,
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l'' a milk roll For snipper soap and p0I -
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.d. '
of FRQVZDRfOX. and All Eastern Points,'
went immediately to the assistance I tatoes. 't
''i 1 second matter of Interest oc- I ,Galling aft Charleston both way.
,
: the battleship. She was In no Immediate Thin" Is tbe general variety of ',foodswe

a:C1IrTe4 when S resolution was made danger and was expected to had 'for the fournx>nths I worked a,m-.vrT- VV .II.im.J.i'r: : :: ,8. .TT.TNQB

:." Dr. Huntington of New York of tbe to be floated at high tide without. material in that shop and they; bad, It day. ; .}nand Southbound.'..............................From-Lewis'"Wharf, Bast on

"clureh practically change, the name Injury to her bottom. day; oat.- New ;York World. Northbound..... ........ !..:. JTrom Foot of Catherine .*.,.Jacksonville
i to, read '"American Church.

y' Air Ole of southern Virginia led tbe
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Why Sh. L'sugli.d.NellShe ...
-;"'ht against It. pleading for a delay. DOGS YELP IN CANEBRAKE. -
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always laughs at him .so;
>';Whfcb Mr. Huntington granted with Line.twooa
rr and yet he Isn't at all humorous. Belle
*_ +'Orst
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"'_ President and Party Are Now In Chase -No. but I believe: she beard that'he .
consideration Slopping at Palatka Astor Be res ford (DeLand).and 'Intermediate
}mould.be brouht up for Game. had remarked 'ouce, that be admired. Landings
for
: .reaftor.'L Big on St. Johns Biver.

;'Tie. third matter of interest was' (Stamboul, La- Oct. 8.-Holt Col. her teeth. Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"Is :
the Mississippi negro
champion ,
Her
:'r.'passage of a joint resolution which'yoogaizedthedlocese bear hunter, reported at tae presl.ent'll Pare hearts are glad. and they who appointed to sail .s follows Leave Jacksonville 8 DoaJ., Toesdavs. and
of Duluth and tread tbe paths. of. duty find God's Thursdays 8:80 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford Mondays
"w'the fourth resolution which practical- camp early Monday as ready world sweet. ..- _Wednesdays and Fridays ShOO. m._
for business In the canebrake. He _
the diocese "
1y grants permission to
cama down from Crrensvllle on a boat Sostedbdowonm. BGMI5DUI..3 Nonbtwans J
:af Georgia to form a new diocesewblch D.. Bead up
it is said would be called the I and brought with him a floe kennel of Leave 8:8Opxn....................Jacksonville............. ..Arnve :2OOan

Uocese of Atlanta. dogs, all of which were yelping as Souls Fltrida 8:45pm ... .................Palatka................. ...Leave 8.-OOpm

II It ready for work,In the Jungle. I 3:00sm... ....... .. ..... .....Astor ..... .......... ..... 8SUpm
'\ ;r The first report of a killing since .. ........ ....Beresford (DeLand) ......... ..... lOOp.
(Aj, BOXES OF BUMBLE BEES. Arrive8:80am...:....... ........... Sanford ..... ............... 8:80amIQrOOam
,I3 .the arrival of the presidential party ... .. ..... .... ...Enterprise.i... .. .... ... ..._. JD:00 ass

fVThsy,k:1', Will of Be Plants Used In In Philippines.Cross Fertilization was Ben received Lilly Monday.Colll r'. wolbe rival I Normal Institutt PASSENGER!: AND TICKET OFFICE, 123 W. BAY JACKSONVILLE

', Chicago Oct. 9-A dispatch to the succeeded In killing a fine buck late F. M. 1.0..0..... Ja A. O.: P. A., Jacksonville Fla.

Tribune ,from Washingtonpys: Saturday afternoon soon after he made Join Pxroan.. T. P. A., A. O. HAOBXTT G. E. P. A.,
.Jactkao,-"l1le.Fla. Pier 84 N. R.. New York.
la, response to 4 rush order cabled hit appearance. consequently the RAISE YOUR GRADE-That. ratsearoar
4 O. H. TATXOB P. T. M. O. O. Baoww O. P.
A.
.i"t.h. president dined sumptuously on a .
Philippines, two cigar boxesBil.d aalarr. The South Florida
200 New York.
choice cut of venlfon. Broadway,
with bumble bees are hurrying Normal Institute win cir you the L. 1). Jonas. T. F. A., L. 8. SCSOBLB, O. A.,

u.... the continent bonud for the Jacksonville. Fla. I ee burit, Fla.
best help in raising yourjrade.South .
Uiailipplae{ Islands.Philippine Robbed Official of $35OOO. If. G. Oooraa.; J... F. A., E. SWHTDALI. G. F. A.
it"nae: ' specialists In the age Pall" City Ala.Oct. 8.-A. S. Florida Is the wealthiest and Jaeksonvllle, Fla. Pier 80 N. R.. New York.

haatural department have been mak. Williamson, the,, county treasurer, was most progressive part, Florida.. It O P LOTBXI. Agent. Jacksonville. }?J..

.,._. exhaustive experiments in Lu- held up at the point of a revolver In pays the beat salaries. If: you want

8oa' !In the cross-fertllltatlon of cer- the hands of one of a party of four a good school In South Florida, attend

d jtsla plants. Repeated tests with the I highwaymen and robbed of $35.000 on the South Florid NonaaL

.'*-..imoa or busy bee showed It to bo Monday. Mr. "1l11amlloD was walk- For further particulars adoreaa ABSTRACT* REALTY COMPANyE.

....lauaJ to the task but complete fng along a deserted street, when be ,.
P. W. CORR. A. &. PdaNIpa1, .
*. cess I crowned the efforts of the was accosted. by four men, one of
;,otentlrts when they tried the bum- whom asked him the time. As he nade City Florid aist: e (:E2.oocporate41::

!.. bees. went to |.t out' Ma watch he !suddenly E.-VO'YXiE. :MGR.

#: As the season In which the bumble found himself looking Into toe barre .
CHAS. W. DUVAL, Abstracts of Title and foil Information famished regarding lands In this!
';.we* can make himself useful in the lof a Colt's 44 in the hands of one lived and
Bounty Oar manager has In this county thirty years
'..f rt1I1..tlon. 1s rapidly nearing an end of the party. "Throw up jour hands! Shoe' is thoroughly conversant with ,land sl&I.,..
I Shop
*la'':.tbe Philippines the experts Mon. said the man with the gun. Mr. Williamson

,! S7 cabled the department to rush thetsbipment. compiled with the request and ,

So the bees started pro- the other three men went through .-EJ- E_ V'C3YLE
Near Crawford A Davis Livery Stables. ,
i71..d with every comfort the Ingentil. him. taking a large wallet containing
FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INBTJBANOE. Repre-
17 of the agricultural department could 35000. -- _. -.- seating a number of prominent American and Enstlrsh!: _mpaal...
.devise. First-Class Work Done Always. REAL ESTATE AND OITY, LOANS.LIVE .

MARY I J. HOLMES DEAD. Napoleon Bonaparte I ,- .. Qw'ills':: :: '' 8'loritt3s::
Showed, at the battle of Austerlltz.

JYVell 2.OOO.OOOCopies lie was the greatest leader In the I I
Known Authoress
of Her Books-Sold. world. llallard's Snow Liniment has Round-Trip Rates
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1 'Rochester. Oct. -Mrs. Mary Jane shown the public It is the best liniment OAK nm i duir MIIROJID ((0.

.,'Holmes, the well known authorv, I In the world. A quick cure for I

idled: : Sunday morning aC her home In I rheumatism, sprains!!, burns ruts etc. -VI.tAtlantic /Schedule
Effective April 20. 19O6.
'Brock-port In her eventy-nlnth jearvfihe A. C. Pitta, Rodessa, La.. says: "I

was taken ill last week In Al- use Hal lard's Snow Liniment in my I '
No. 1 No 1 No. a No. I No. B No. II No. 4 .
Nay while on her way from Oak family and find It unexcelled for sore CoastLine Daily I Sun Only Da1l7eJr STATIONS Dally e. Sun Only Sun Only [)&Uy..

'fluffs. Mass. where she spent die chest,. headache: corns, in fact for Sun Sun SsaAM ..
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''Bummer. She Improved a little andable anything that can be reached by ainlment. I' I PM PM PM PMM"'AM1
Leave Le..e Leave Arrive Arrive J..rtve Ani..'
;;,was to continue to her home, but ." Sold by W. M. Johnson. a 00 1 110 a 40 ....... ...five O.Ir........ 10 a 40 1000 a 40
.ianetber" repalse cam. Areal: ArsW Arsto i .... .DownD4f P.rk. ., c :: Lvsoo Lvsl. Lva4oLv
a ea Lv 4 u 4 "
Lv to Ar 4 to Ara to Aris
Mrs. Mary Jane. Holmes was born In 451 41' 4.. ... .. Msyo.JUDCUOD .....,..4 rs 443 L. 800 L.ArellO .
\"Brookneld. Mass.. on the farm of herfather. Boy Falls Down Elevator. Shaft. Ar.1O Ara40 ...Perry........... .... Lv d 50 1..1100 Lv .40ttlot0
t Atlanta. tKt i t.-- rooks Johnson I J' Are-D Atl se_.: Hampton J J'rt .:.... 0s-' '-,1Q _L'v 7_a0, Lv_h..Iit.CoDIIUoa .
Preston Hawes. She enter- Railway -
rid the vlllAKe school when she waitS 11 years of age, who carries a route made at Dowung Park for sit train.I 10 sad from Live kPur aDd u
for th.tlnlltw. ,Journal lies at th Roe sad Mayo Junotioa for ....0. Alton aDd aU hl.rDHtal. JllCtnla.
<
; years old And is said to have been For 'ormacJoa a. to eoaDeeUnDa with other IS_.. ')1bo..or call 011 Genera!paeseer
'snaking pru..rf'lIlIIn. grammar at t'. point of ihntit at the Brady! hospitalas I Agent;)1boa.14T LewhllJuUd'DC'.Live Oak.
the result of a fall of two stories THOMAS LIOWLINt4. Pre.td.D'i ': !; HOPKINS.Geller.1 P.lItr AV'et
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written
filler'flrat: : artlMe was and pub v. o. '
+ down tiltfreight{ rlt'\ator shaft of the -TO THE- .. .. ..
when she 15 of
f:;jllshed was years RteThe : ------ ---- --- -- - --'T" -- -
Atlanta Journal lit ha concussion of
.
statfiiu-nt has been publishedthat
p:
,' Mrs. Holmes next to 1:, P. !(<>.-. the brain, A contusion on tho -right.ptnple Jamestown Exposition J
and of bad bruises.' !
A nllm 'I'r
e w. the most jiopular+ of American au I ,
'tran bones were NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE
O1ot.: More than :.,(1(10( .t'fIO copies of &ely enough DO
broken. In tile fall, I I
[her books base l>'.'ti sold ISIS Kfl-Ooseh,Exearslon: to Nor
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--- l UU folk ; on sale each Toes

Slashed Bedy With Knives Will Retaliate. on Preachers., I. day and Friday ; limit ten d.,.. No
KOh"t. 5.-A dozen Jamestown
I Atlanta Oct 9.--Mrs. Uora !Hell r.% Topeka .top.overs. ExpositionIt
Topeka. ministers| preached against tae
gj-yrara ohl' In a tit of despondency' m
Muixlay theater. .\n ordinance prohibiting ticket. Good
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JUondnv afternoon, while lying on u S24.70-.iU..O-cl.
\ the emplo)inrnt of labor) *>u ,
Courtlandjhf / Stop-over.al
abed' at her r '*ldeuce, !90
:,r.U4tf't. ,,- orm-v Drennvnlng against the th..- I I
br..t With hut tat:* knives. In in at'tempt
" alt'n The theaters will retaliate by |-Silly-day: ticket. Good
Io end hr life. She was tttktVen t2O 20
tUltiir similar suits axalnst Janitor.
1 In sleepers. tffopovertallowed
to the (Italy hospital' In an uncou.

,' Fclou 011'1'I' iou and |>lacevt on the extou and preachers, alleging tbat within limit. The Air-Ship

cperat r.: ;.....;... Itr. 1-:111.. uttendtryIn shay are Al: employed on Sunday In violation .I I I Warmth. .
of tbl ordinance. [ CQC I -Seaeun ticket Good io
K, \a. been In \In.-rlc" about . I5 J .
,.' .-i...pen. Stop-avers al.
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: four tiiulnji here from ltussla,

,, ;: lobe c. .' .tjjr all her nftt ..u a Motor Car Caused Explosion i I lowed within .limit of Dee: loth. f fI ; Naval Display .

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cun"Ii .er and a nrrvoiu truck. I1trtuln hlun.Ia.. hits 5 -Deep

; During : &Jt t'hh"n nwnths down, In N". .*. mine of the 'J'oDn..ff I SUMMER TOURIST RATES _

By, ; about it .\tl", ."..'a test Known pJo Coal l and Iron '-.>rnvnnr at Pratt CltMonday I Will interval anti , fail)
Do
tructTyou. not to
I goat
I t',.. JACkSOXVlLLK
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l' hrr
Ie. t--sInu .but
.nf\
PS a mf-">r car at rUt'1sbty.- ,
no- I
C4jv rh.iiRr\ I M' d'tk'n could: Abe pound leg(: of blasting PKNder and ..0tpk. () VILE DAILY-LIMIT OCT. 31st once. .

Fi tlf'. 1-' J" e gravy doubts u. to .f: / "tHo'1, (1\11'> llurtuu and | Denver. CoL ................ S&7.M For il hut oil folder
: whet'r l:"l& wjl ", an l\.' tier beautifully rat containing map,
wbite
Robert 'un.ainghaiu mtnera.
Gainesville. Ga. .............. 17JO.
".. Inju: t- .-- were terribly burned and will probe Chicago 111. . ... .......... *4JO* -criptivo matter, li-t of hotel", etc., write

i M.rt Far Mort Board. bl- *1UMI1. Cook a n"gnu miner. Detroit. W IcJIa. ............... 4*.**

(1Vi"'t.: . : t '. Mass.. (.-t. 9l waa" alto t .... ..h';' 'tt1t.ruti.CASTOR, Niagara Kails. N. Y.. .. .... .. 4&.11II"' FRANK C. BOYLSTON

;Wc-.t ;0 . l 1.... ..tat'tg 'w', .' m1.. l'ut,in-ltay. O. . .. .. . ... . 42.Q

4trC'.M''Y' m*.'11+ t.' Lookout Mt, T.-f\n. . .. . C1S DISTRICT PASSCHfiCI AIm JACJC3iimUJE.. FLMMA
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IA
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."f'Ot..t r 1. 'dh.boo\u. u.:'
I Washington D. C. .. ........ S7oW
tree I. . ''',n dwct !
For XoCa&ta and Children. Tor further Information and PulVi
ftali: i"e p. U o <.f t>o- ''/'Qft) $ ', f- ; I

,,?. week! Had !* Pit t.I.i i *w r..'.. Tbi Kind You Hart Always BccgtnSignature man reservations call oa or writs
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1 FRANK C. BOVL9TON. 7 ts!rkt Paastager
t . ATLANTIC, COAST LINE
..erect at U'f'. r t t. r! I .
. I Agent. Atlantic CoAtt 1.1- Car
. tratta.
..t food atyU.la K.veu a* tie a e D.an ;
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JsckseavOVa. Fka.
.h.e In t If' boarding; of .

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G THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, OCTOBER :HI.. 1W)7)

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NO FEVER ON ISTHMUS.U. BUB.I: ifia/d oaRDe j
MBSINEWGQMB.SUES i
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*- S. Marine Hospital Inspector So ; DR. DsVERK). : MOKRW.! : .

j FOR 'HUSBAND'S[ LIFE Makes 'Report.' Growing Girls
New Orleans, La, Oct. 9.-The = ,

most striking absence of yellow fever . . D E 'TIST. . .
in Central American countries in :
several I
Gainesville 'Girl Wants ____ ,
Porpier years was tho gist of a repot

Damages.from Slayer. made public by Dr.. John N. Thomas .
United States marine hospital! service Growing girls need care advice and medicine US. r arrr I.rru. :11.1.1': 1'lua. ri-a rtounJRs

t SAYS t100OOO-WILL.-- SATISFY HER inspector of, just Central returned from an Inspection especially on reaching the age of puberty. Anlother.s r
America.
,_ "1. believe I can say positively" be tender care and words of caution will AL.l>!>.ttMAN: I'KAKtiE.;

3l Widow of the Man 'KllUd by ThomasW. said, "that there. has not been a case often accomplish wonders. As for medicine a

Troy File* Suit for Large SumAgainTroy.and.the of yellow pack in any Central! Amerlrn gentle safe and reliable strengthening tonic is D K: N T X I' :* +
country except Guatemala this
Outcome Will year at least In eastern ports. In Wine of Cardui. Office over l>utto. A; '.. [laralt.

Se Watched With '.Interest.Mrs. Panama. there has not been a single It will prevent and relieve pain regulate the Phone 241)' Galneavtlln! Fl*. ;

Agnes Newcomb of Miami case of, genuine yellow fever and '1 ..- ..
Mary )
formerly: Miss. Agnes Sligh of do not believe there has been a care functions clear the complexion and strengthenthe
on the entire Isthmus." constitution.It JK. ROUT C. BOWKK-: .
this city baa entered suit against .

Thomas W. .'Troy'a wealthy lumber is a valuable medicine for growing girls. It I DENTISTOtttae .
Tragedy Near Commerce Ga.
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for the killing of her husbandat
man. Commerce' Ga. has tided thousands critical and
Palm Beach a few months Oct. 9.-Andrew over a period
West ,
Williams was shot and almost Instantly in Miller Law t.eh"J: e '
ago. and the following: report taken saved them from years of suffering. It can never
l killed at the home of hU cousin
from The Times-Union. will prove ofInterf.'st : do harm and is do Office Phone N- ,.. :-J43: ; K.."idnee Xo l lPHANK Y '
lx>nnle William near Union churcftt" sure to good.A .
to our readers since the
In Madison county, Sunday evening It relief for all female ti
or cure disorders in
i plaintiff In the case Is BO well: known is said that the shot was fired by girls l't.AItl. TIIOH. W.I'IEL.ZNU

aere: Mrs. wife of Lonnle Wllflams. and women.At .

"Mary Agnes Newcomb has begun Andrew and Ixmnle had been every druggist's in $1.00 bottles. Try It. t'LAIJK: ) & I'lll.llN': 1 fl

suit for $100.000 damages against on unfriendly terms for quite awhile,
7I Thomas W. Troy who will be tried and Andrew went to the home of I.aw.ya.t .

1 this week in Miami ''for the alleged Lonnie Sunday evening when the tin.

I 1I 1t murder of the husband! of the plaintiff' pleasantness was renewed The two WINE
t ? Pr."'lk.. in tit Cn'lrhlt.' ., anti
nelffhuors! and cousin
l "Mrs. Newcomb Is suing for damages engaged in a CARDUI
i for her husband's death the case fight, during which it is said that I.....If'r.\t' 1,'
Mrs, Lonnle Williams secured a OF
being styled one of action on the case t
shotgun and fired at Andrew the ef
for wrongful death. The, plaintiff is .
facts -- --
of which
produced death.
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represented by Major Alexander St. .hnpe.o.er.iulae..IIie. :Vatl..oai n..1e. J

ClairAbrams."The \1.\I N 1'4 \11.1..:. - r'leltlnA h
Alabaman 100 Years Old .
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husband of the complainantwas T !;:wla. Ala.. Oct. 9.-old Un. 1 t

killed at West. Palm Beach a de Charles Sheppard who until a fj\ H. 1 KI.I.1S; JK.. :

few months ago, and the defense of few years ago resided near Blue *1'

'Iroy. who was arrested Immediatelyafter Springs in this county came up from Al 1O KNK- :\'-.\'T.I.V., vfP

the homicide, is based on -the Dothan last week and enjoyed a celebration I.If

alleged threats made by Newcomb of 'hla one hundredth anniversary (i.Inssvn.ts. Ftoaco: 3]'
against his life. In si:birthday dinner at the bom 'V

of his brother. Henry Sheppard. o '
"Troy Is reputed to be a wealthy f t M
man, formerly residing at Macon Ga. the former place. The old gentleman)! BAKJoIt.): M.flll't'iOIJAXTEa.- rATrouNKYs i,|'
Is quite feeble' and his
eyes are so
He had Just returned from a trip to
dimmed that he is only. able to die : LAw, *>
South America when the shooting that "
cern objects yet ho Is bale and
resulted In the death of Newcemb and . HOUCirOKS IN: Utl.\ OKRT. . $
hearty ari chats pleasantly with bls
the charge of murder 'occurred. friends. lie Is also able to journejr .J.JOAINEHVILLK.

Story of Case. about his premises unaided and has E C Ala hu. Co., FL>, : .
promise of other anniversaries. Oflle. in Hsymans Blook.
"The story of the homicide as the __ __ -
facts thus far hare come to light andas N E
Jewel. HAYKK.ATTOUNKY '
reported at the time may be Queen's Sold. V FtRU'NANU f.!i-,

briefly- summarized as follows: Brussels, Oct. 8-An auctioneer" has K A : AT LAW, .
been commissioned to sell the linens EI 51
"He was eating a av d drinkingin .
lunch GAIHSDVII, Fa..oa.t.
jewels, souvenirs .etc. belonging to
a bar and lunch room at West
the late queen of ,Belgium, the proceeds -- ; -
Palm Reach when Newcomb entered.
to be devoted to paving debtsof Can sell Ifls '
you my propels ( *
"The men bad had some difficulty daughter! Princess Ix>ntse, who I f Rye or Corn Whiskey proved and anhur.ru/-J. pbosplUlMf1truflklnc

previously and words were passed between was divorced last year by Prince JhlU and .. Head .Ihlss.f
list of what offer for sals. 114-
them. a you
Up of Saxe-Coburg-Ootba. Amongthe .j Express Prepaid

"It Is alleged that Newcomb .threatened things to be sold Is a diadem presented
A, OAKLIHI.K.ATTOHNKY:. s,
and then dared the lat. to the queen by the people of JT.
.
Troy It... -'. **A.k the lievrtiur Offli-er" wliUbr l It ri. h end hI.II...... "
ter to shoot him. ::;:glum on the occasion of her silver AT LAW
t\t rrfertly purr *.ul l full of iiourltluitriit ..lll rrvltirr ttrrnglli and
wed'ling annlvt>rllary.! The diadem
"Troy, eo the story Is told by wit rrlniild, tlAtir" An.1.IIt'Iwr In Equityites
cost! 9i.OOO.:
nesses walked to his suit case took .
A Ktat: Convey am i'.1' and i
out a revolver and fired several
shots
s. / eral Nn.tle., All t>uspes vrosj
Re.tpred to Good Standing Four Full $3.40i
some of which struck Newcomb and Quarts attooded to. ()"h' nit door ts l lofflo
his death resulted New York( Octfl Announcement .. U made that JVJ. McCaffer.tr.' a well l|
"Troy was arrested and after a
; known horse""owner and trainer and r Express Prepaid on Southern
prejminary hearing was released on
one of toe picturesque figures of the
a $25,000 bond raised by friends In Express Lines AlACHUA COUNTY
turf, wll be restored to good standingIn ,,,
Dade county racing affairs through the clemency -

"The case' excited unusual interest of Tbomas II. Williams presidentof ft In ordering, specify Rye or Corn, or both ares Alatfhua has eoMiitf 94H miles!I. (lidWla.r.a railroad.inil .

and the criminal proceedings this the California Jockey club. In *>. wagon road., M poslofl

week are expected to draw large withdrawing a doclson ruling McCaf- ; l'J3: public thooU, 27 phoepbeMS'
crowd. ferty off the turf. po N'list. e given tlr runs ".\1'.. tn our 1.-.1 grid, "r corn orf. 'II.. ...., 2O saw hall I.. I7A/XX eoa l

"The widow. of the dead man now i} 1" Mhi.kryi. it b U. I.I"rI I'h..I..n situ r.1sti.te. ha.e ivrwritrl huo.., four newspapers, and pi

l>rigs a civil action against the . situ rn.nnn.endeu, fair rsrli.n..l ...r It I. all .id. In dIKrs'. du,?". earn, cotton rl.., SVSJL.osts. t
man Killed Wife and Fled.Clarksvllle. .
g ry potatoes. pln.appl.e.osng.
on trial for the slaying of her husband Tenn., OrtN. '.Jack J U..II. s .Urnul"'nt' "n.1 a m.KnUrrnt. \ Joni 11'r.cussirr ,11 r.. 111" .., |..a<*hi>... |>.ars, plains. Mestii. .
arid asks! that she be allowed damages Allen shot and killed hi. wife In tats .' or ('.,n tn IsIli rh.sI, or sny M/.I.kry t.. I... hall fur tic ''Musey.a and all kind of vegetables u.

in the sum of 100000." county Saturday. The couple had and If s trial vrilrr' I. nol ,I"'rf'tly .rtll ru-t"r,. s'. rrun.I. your

separated. Allen shot. at his wife ),; """' .''. I GainesYille, (he County Seal.. |

Sea Island Cotton. 15 times, nine of the shots taking ..
effect/ The murderer escaped Into "Ask the Revenue Officer"We lla, fourteen nh.treh., ., two pob.ehol.th.
SaMinnah. Oa., Oft. D.Following the state of Kentucky Unlv.r.ltyof' Plo
'Wednemlay's'.. J.rl"f'lor S.w If Private ..,hu',',. three n.w.pape.

land Cotton baaed J on factor quotations make. it a rulr.. .1"1' r'r'y or.ier bjr lint esprrr., Unit-) H.at.. ,lu.l ", m.,.. the
Baby Was Killed by Train water. fir. slsrm .y.l.m. .INt
: Athens. (5a. fVt 9 -.Toe .lxl.jnTnonrhnoid and asa UKl. l.u l I.,. facto '
}:x. fancy Ga.'.. and FIa.'s..3I:' (':31ts : ; eiilld of I...>... Anderwm has -.- .. ....- m.*,,l>lri. ft.nl".,, three wool firl
Fancy Ga.'. and ., :: fi i 31 the track and Inttantlyk. .i... .*..ttoii I(.U,1 w., n..>... late
knocl.from
.hr.-. rallro.h.l two fertiliser I Iuf
Kx.:
rtiotce . I
C. and I-la..29!
: K'l by a (;e.rr l* railroad psvu nengine .<*"irltiiC foraipanl. on* dsau'ifaatory
Choice ( a,'. and)'la's..2. f/2 .f'f' : alonay.! The accident. It". rretlying t0

}:x. fine Oa.:. and Fla's..25 <*2 r. feappenM' at a crossing tout mll m from R. M. Rose Co. pentlos. pUfil four bauka.aa4

Fine <;a/s and ...a.'.. . . .Nominal Athens. .",,'It..1 i cioro om ,rs.ln. evelHa .
--- thin' in th. rffnn.el.1 .. 'w
Common Ga.'s and Fht.s. . Nominal
0.". Nord Dangerously III. I
Kin-ton. Jam....... Oct !,.-CJ...nf'ra JACKSONVILLE FLA. .

Attention. Stonewall Caftnpt! A.xl: Nord. pre.,...."t of u. It.. I' 'f"'. Prrtvth .S''trrvf. The FloFruit ! :

There will be a meeting held at th. puP.Ilc of 1aytl U so daat erou.:1" If: '

court house on the 14th-of October. at luto Krtselp that his life Isspr 4" CIIA TI'SOOGTI.V.. ii 'I'l..\."""rn.t. l and Truck Grow

Monday at 10 o clock\ for the purpose : *>.1 of. ar ontlnK to prlwst a4Tiere
of electing: d.lesat..a to the Division received' '! bee.The 1..1. It iu;K it i', I:1lt.r a.4 Pr.plrs P

Reunion In Pensaeola on OctotxT 23rd t.wder front nearest 1W""f. 1)1'al.l, Yt.l.

and :lth; also to elect officers: for Cwlhlen.rtoII fl.. 'par .. et.bV
l&OS. Iljr orderHORATIO :-1't. ..1.s ....1.a the t1rJ u.J.o.r..
... .. clad r..,... llf ,
DAVIS. Commander. Saul a .rnsara' erv:haetr.! %o &!
"at delete f...
Mr U.ir Lnudgeraa
J. C. M'OREW. Adjutant .\.t' 11/tan MaC nnt1ng to ........ .\'. I i ,.,,..sff? ,".' IU..ua..d raa
fr October 7th. .. j"I-1 e'esliy N, ah. Iaoreita sI
,1.'d wrrNI.l" .p.n.i a 1.r't ... II tww p.. "
r / __ Ihe truss 11,4 .."...1.1. .P01W.r1 at
y, woukl sa layBarr; UI"..'.; yesb : v '::1ESl. j.Z'L 1'1" cir'; ol' I I, "......2. -' Lsst W. Forget )t.)) I"Wra in work se II n,1NrLtor :i1.t

Baby Is restless. can't .....v at lwi -_. rvwt vr.ihtet +'rvle .
: 141 ru1flhtfo ..t the :':;'y'l.s P'.!!Ia..' I BARBER Sliarneat
ziljtht spasmodically.'A BROWN HOUSE
won't tries
*t. .
.
jt .t labor. ties 1ft tits fret ?i. I. t
bottle of White's Cream V.f'mifuge t" PRINTINGOrrrlox _
than :.orn: stets 1.' ere etrtniul.1 JOB
never fails to car. Brery: mother tlarrn. years 11 fl"alT7ln% a .tJJ<<:"." .,. '\00 ".py. Vrup.I .

ahoald give her baby Walla's CTeaja C: stooge tit .nuts % 14fts#. trim ;1.I .

:Venaifujps. So SMay Uc*.. wb*.:tAM aatlawtoli.la.-

baby 1. pal.' u4.crags(. ..clog mat. ** A- GHd. -None.V -. Sec.? o'J-r to t TI. )ro'J 4I. v tiltllt rll ShLtr

..do *. ot. .,...... ,..;c. a t )'Jo er1S {,y,1M9t 1uj' I...I wI sot,!iIt '

.\"!.. .... '... . .,. ( .. .-.., . . ........., .'a ,'aaraltyl attatatte '.t talk. +t ttt.eUstsf apparatus, sad'
.r, 1b. latest Trnstna,. wills drstra ,



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k < F A TILE D4ILT SUN: G91NNLISVIL1E, FLORIDA OCTOBER in. i 1007 tsOkAND

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.i iE { I A DELIGHTFUL 'OCCASION. j


; ;!. SENSED TOMORROW I I J;I Reception Members Tendered Experlmsnt.Students Stafton.and THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL' BANKCalls


:. 1 TH assure 'my' life .touwwrw"That's \r Very delightful was the receptlontendered

s..I., ....--.ttei it' j, ,L'fii',,, reat. ,Oath- q0001-but how do you knowthr versit3rind! to<< the the 'students members of of the the Uni Kx- attention to its growth as follows: .

ered: -"t',-... .... ", r- D' : *> L!* going to be any tomorrowfarjnaf pertinent Station .staff by the presl-" i
.
.:- .-"' -- dent and faculty'Tuesday. The occa-I! DEPOSITS. 1
PERSONA ANO st3ACIAL ITEMS It in too Policy fr: Torat Tt1DA.J' I j Ion was'made! much more enjoyable NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS. i
:
!, . that ;ia going to protect 'UM titowq | because 0(' the musical selections) July 22. (Opening day) 941.327.75 July') 22 . . . .. . . . . . 52 '

Haf Jt pfns : :
W.t .
Lf Going to Happ."!void-In. Short Paragraphs your Sometime tomorrow-.*brtwow will'mil paN'two into d 'JTBBtenlavs ; Miss .In,.the city. A vtolin duet by : Oct., (Ten weeks old) . 118756.53 October; . . . . . . . 303I
r Hampton and Miss Richards, ac-
,
Ta"tHa5Who> Rune ., f I 1
;
5' So> ( MayRead" companted'by Mrs. IJ. F. Hampton
r Ninety-seven cent of all t It j f n' Tha'": afn.r .. claims. settled in per the United. State(and. on the piano opened the program.

House tor, nt.1: 1+-\ "Y daL Canada b7" ',- This was followed. 'In the order glren. Tlu. xvomlcrful growth of this Bunk k. n.> by a piano"solo by MI'S..Karl Schmidt
Ladles calltnotUdl'. .. .. ..; 'at ''The Sun The E EKHTAILE : a vocal" solo accompanied by Misses: I tributnblo) as much to the facilities ntTtt"pcl.11.1: l th,' lilmral, 'I

f1 once' i Within + Hampton and Richards on the violin j 1 progro3s ivo |Klioy of ite inanagtMnent. as t tl> th.. financial; +Y;
'' the.bestprtated stationery call daring:1D06: were settled ONE
For and by Mrs. U. F. Hampton at the
: : .? DAY after proofs of death were received. i strength of its stockholders. ,,1
at The Sun'otEc.j' When 'claim. are noC.J>>aId piano, by student Roy Corbett; a piano
Furntahed i.roomsttorent.. Apply at immediately it \ia usually due to'delay 1 solo by Miss Ida Burkhlm. ; a four-

303 E. Vn011 street: x on the part of the, beneficiary in ..submitting hand selection on the piano by the

JV1 J. A. Parriahot..H&cue: :.,was' trading complete papers:, I Misses Fennell!; a violin duet by Miss We Pay Four Per Cent Interest in Our Savings Department

in the city ;i esterday.7. CiUNM Christine Richards and Dr. Pearce, !
and Certificates.
line Big value In, .Licai, ant j ..embroidery, Fill out and mail to=C; Goodman, accompanied by Miss Fennell; a vocal on 15-
duet by Lleut. Hall and Mr. Gra
'
Fre Gainesville S an4.1-Cent Store. Local Agent."Qaineeville, Fla. ham. f ,
- --- - -
-
Th: Attorney*C.. TU Xayton' \ made a professional -
This !
music was greatly enjoyed by !
vislt, to lAlachua 'yesterday Without committing '' to
? myself any all. At Its conclusion the doors of'

Wanted-Cook,'good, steady employ action I shall be, glad to have you. the mess hall were thrown open. The THE ARNOLDIlOUSE

ment. Apply at .once.. ContinentalCafe. send me full particulars regarding room had been tastily decorate! with

-' your .new STANDARD Policy, fort bunting In the college colors null :nu KANT: MAIN STKKKT: : :'t.
t Our chocolate :candy can't i be beat plants from the Experlmont Station

letlrf for the price. damesviUe. 5 ;and- 10- _t. ..>._.... .. :. of Insurance ou the. The attractiveness! of'' the rOOm was ROOMS AND BOARD. TABLE BOARD A SPECIALTY A
Cent Store.. ** -vAirs. .. due to the the excellent taste of the

t 1 I.. :M. McCormick has gone, to life of" a person '4... .. yean ,of ago.. matron. Mrs. Swanson. ITHE: C01M3MERCZJLL: :i J JI :
Rex. where.she-will spend:afew days: After a few minutes of /general conversation

a'rIn w'Vt' rela ( . ' fame ... ...S.- ... ...... ..-... -....." .refreshments .were Mt."r'.t'd.These I It. ".\lIHU:L. 1'rvprMor.JO' .
ra+ ;r k I consisted of cake anti
cream
For -ttpilpd: } roolU' for - fruit punch with special protUlon : ) 1 E. .Main; :St.\ N. ( Two Bluckrl'OI": th> I'nMie Squaro' ) ,

light housakesplnCi;J+"Apply.. .,- 304 W. Atlt1t0.5', .. :.".?....oir. .r..t.t.tr.i.' : of fruits for the football squad who I I ( laiiH'svllU': ', Florida. IMioin '_'Il'<) ;. ,
.. .
Church .;t.r '..
: were ndtf,.Ikllowed I to partake of the, \ I.sig.'. ,.unfurtnhl.. ns.tn'''. 1'.1.. .IJPI.It..1 with 1..1 tl"e .unr".t .11..1.. lC"h... 'I."I' 1,50
IIsn I F. M. Hesttlt ; pr gent citlsen:of other dainties. Is'r .ley- Isr.iul w.wkly raft,.. :-.Ii.-it Ihe'.. I'ltt""llIhl".t trstrlin1. 1 n s'nlsinerrille ry
Erinston.this il.ttor to See our ID-cent e:_ of ,candy. _.
t The J'lUDch'bowla were' presided over - --
"
city ..ye.Everything.i. . Gainesville 5 and 10Cent Store.: <' by Mrs. Sledd and Mrs. Floyd, asslsed ( I.udll"t..1 CONTINENTAL

'.eIIIIcInDnD-. Oeo. R. Cilia.left y'e.te rtlar:for. Leaburg ; by several Gainesville young 900. II I'. O. K.-Meet! I

E plies at'he'r1Silt'': : ;, ,::;' ',dUe and other points in. South"* 'Flor:: ladles. tonight at 8t: *) oVUxrk
,
Y
a -6 and 1GCent.Btote." \J' .. .... .1 Ida on business.- .. - - In Klk*' Maine Vuii-' RESTAURANT ;
Sanford, C1i_ 1 < baa :For BaIe600bose.. choice oranges A New Hots) i Ing brother eoniUllrwnleomcd :

toIl returned td.I, trie'ntpIy :ya.r..r.et t ready for immedlat: shipment', ](. .J.. 'Attention la called to the julvertlaement ; It, N. CHUSS, '

n visit to friends k: ,j 'fix: ,{''f Fes;, Wrd.',TacomA, Flat' lei'". ;;1" .' )of The Commercial Oalnenville's : 1:. R. : Da. J. M.. DBLI.. JH.. a.oretsry Ur..ntl .'Iwr-letf",I U 1'w1e111ce.

Miss Lenanaic4'I :goneto1ahi'4 -'Tolletp: ; lOtcenfr 4 bolt.; three new moderate-priced hostelry. r.*at.nlenll/ I.1..r.I.. Yet l'rlvats. 4Two

*' ; .. : Cakes*to'boat. !SatUtactioo.\ra4rnntced.OaJiiesvaJe which has just op>neti under the owirahip NEW LAW FIRM' \I.,,,. .KJrlrU. Yam ,
hassee. where she is attending. ttbe. : .. In.artnt "',,...,.,... 1
Florida College .fo! Woaieat; "*" : ; 5 and 10-Cent>tan : and management of R. DalgreMrv r
laejtirnls6ed !Da...... realising the foniuad of Cengrsssmsn Clark and Thos. W.
A. T. Ounter.,,avw', nslHra :;cltUen. roonvon: block adjoining FIRST-CUA8S "CHKF." i''
aKmoderate-priced;. .hotel took advatdtdage Fielding Form a Partnership
,Il of MIcanopy. w )ftJptttiiriMtfnC'. ;,bus. ;. square to rant., Apply/.ja. >
ness In this ltT.ti1-". ,. front: of Baptist church.: or. at Son of the opportunity secured a A new law firm hai bean orKuikUe l i
*. awteV7'trberp omge. J on the building at. the corner In this city Conjcreminiaii Frank Clurk OYSTERS ,'
Two favorite* : ., Blue -u, i jf..f'Bad "v..d:: Kant Orange of this city suit Attorney Thtimas 1\'.
aI : The Very Beet Selected Oysters Just \
aA I Judge A. J. Coaer fornerljn of tola
Ribbon Letnosi.and xVa fflabaolutely I ''itreets.
and baa opened up a nrut-claws Fielding of Htarkt having aaMicUtetlthemnelves .
dgrt.treeth city; but ow maklnaf'hla: homev'aCRaleigh fr -Servsd Any Style.
pure tace. His furnishings areall newhis Kether The new nriii
T : .' \'K-oent. laco.and .10- was greeting' old friends b d.' comfortable, and the table' will have offices In the elegant new MEALS l&o. a '

1n cent ;:;e MMMH i erg I'ever offered, at her Tuesday. supplied with a variety of the best ofllr bulldliiK* <>f the itlneMvltlr) *, Ntloaal .,

d Calni' vtI1 5 10-Cent.,Store.to . The children of the Miteetc Brigade tM' 'market affords. The rater are llttttk. suit will open for the I Place for Ladles. O.ntlsm.n and ,

} t :"'house rent,' 1200 B. ,of the First Methodist: church 'from fl'.BO: up and satisfaction Isguaranteed. transaction of business. at mH.... | Chi h.,..". I

AIaccbd;;: .nue; 'two' 'blocks 'from I will. have, a. ;social. atthe', ,parsonage Col. Clark's reputation UM. n l hlwer Quick Lunchss s Specialty.

v High School., Apply 'on premises., thls'aftenooQ at three -o'clock.. .. 'A,tall .tm...*. ._,tittr..... .In.. this _nfftinti_ _...nn.. but ttirvkiiirli., I lNqr

_II.n C_*,.. and .__..__..'._fianeh: ___ and....W._.' W_. attendance Is desired<< ( The-:<]sortcla State Fair will bw held out the ltsle. IN too well known forCfiiunifiit.
Phllman. all of Newberry, :- we In ;the A/1 Weoske' .Is prepared to do' all at AihUita. Oa.. October 10th to the HN| partner, (*,,1.! .KlfMliix.IM .

city yesterday on busineaa..... obnnected. kinds .of contracting 'and carpenter 26th. 4 Toe dater of se.lt for those H young man also well known STOVE WOOD ,

with the United States;iantl:omle.WantedStenographer work.' upholstering, ''etc. Satisfaction I tickets will be from October 10th to throughout the county ....,i *rln Myth I

"and; book guaranteed, and bond KlveafwDen' re-' October. 20th: Inclusive. Parties In In M-tHm of. the Htat>. H/* U M I 1--: : :: : --.:'=

onlred. 1102 Alachua aveetk**: the, State of Florida who desire to man of nr..pttoiial. pn>fM .loiial ul>lh '
Address in Wo in
keeiter.! Lady preferred. I, can supply) you tiny
own hand writing .Dntton 'Bank stating Moler Barber College Atlanta, Ow take tMa trip can get. rates either Ity. Nikit' IM hoond to iiisk MM mark Vroiu
quantity out
I qualifications-salary:expected.Miss teaches the trade, by tree cJlnUj...amt Iron Jacksonville or live! oar' at the In the lruf..II.Lttt..1. field. II.. IM ),-t 'k

Ella Klng'of. Jacksonville' ., who careful instructions in few weeks;. positions very much: redtlcetl rate oC $H.H5 from a yttimic man. hut his ahlllty would j f r Htran upI r.y
waiting for everybody who wlH Live Oak and return or f 10.33/ from do credit to ,>n" much<<" bore lI.h It.u.1'
has been here for the 'paatfew daya I
learn. Write for particulars. Jacksonville and return. Final limit In yeursThe I Far priers apply t.* .\. It. KHAUHC."'
on a visit 'to Captain and Mrs. 8. C. 1 I i
liar ttt ( wtvllU' <
of thetlcketi* Is not later but up to |1.,1'1# and |l.lln.
Tucker and Mi Julia Patton, baa returned 1. C. McCfcsnny. Ming man well
a a ,, .. .
midnight of October :2ftth. Thesetickets wilt. lt'lr' -'romft' Cot Fielding a
to her home.1S' known in this section of the country GAINESVILLE TIE COMPANY ? "
entitle party's admlsulim' to ('IU|M II of the city nod |,noo.It'1. fur ,
y, Raulerson of Geusva. Orangecounty ; baa accepted,position as chief clerk the ground'' For fiirtlu-r ami detailed the slew firm a grout sur- f I' i....". >.. 4.'t
at the Drown House and Us
assume
was among those who spent Information, write to Frank ('
yesterday In Gainesville having come : duties 'Monday;; Mr. )lcCJf'Dnr" Dor inn DUlrtff. I'nwenger Agent, I .V HAritJiK of Live OAk .p| t.itutiTilny \ "

on business,connected with the United ; possessed of a most genial entertaining Atlantic Coai I.lno. jMcknonvllle. Fla. )' In f alne.vlllr> IMI l iiltiiBN : T. L. HODGSONPracticaT :

States land ofncA...* disposition" and will no doubt II.| > sI.| .-nt i."lli.* tint" hers, slid l was" ; "

I.V.. Nichols and Wm. A. Trotter I make quite a success !In hU new fine. ,.Mtilr.l' to tske n .Irh.' ar
two well-known and 'pr .perous oft. His. friends are glad to welcome him ,lt) He erprr.sed hliuiMilf MI bringwell STUMP PULLER' !

z"-im of I..ebanon. were in the city to Main es Title. H. J. DEMPSEY |.l,..,i...eI with <;stu_ lll.. and Florida.i'ublie i
Wilfeton. .. :
I
yesterday. They carne on business Friends of MUM Lila Fraser, prlncl* c.i.HIM| growth iff ih* city ..liu-., I

connected: with the' United.. States land palof the Arredondo school, will regret art- =""* -- 'his. last vllt, lhr.- yntrs sm H.*

-i l
hb..1
Chief* O'Neill of' 'tile, Gainesville Odd Fellow N. HfeiilUirlum. having New and SecondHandFURNITURE tn "u) u K Fire Department requests. The 81111 to .been compelled to undergo an operation which Ie| lrcl/ire' t'l I..< 4tn'fflC the .{
/ORd
for appendicitis. The oeratlo must fJrll ire( aU.. uf lh. <* t'lurhLa able prl k". MACHINERY
tate that repairs! wilt be made, on the .
lines this mornfn ,."blch will requirea was performyesterday afternoon cities. f BALL C"rr..ndo.u' .<>IJ U.-..

constant sounding of the alarm. f\ntt report is that she stood the!' sarn>| _...J >
I Hesldrnta are notlfled In this manner, well, and Is getting along' as nicely. .Kiirnittirv.. =-01.1 I on /KJMVn : Vriro.ts. "r (3.orge" 1I..h" of I
will rrgr.t" tf, (1"11 slat h. Alacba Coasfj' Abstnct C4.
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could' b expected under the elrrurttatanees. ( .
'o that .no uneasiness I may be felt l'aiyiil"' 'ilt '''. -,11/\\; ;t.+.
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I SSp' : Mijoiuiii ",1te.+: .fl /u live It Is liof**!. ho *'** JOY.. M M ( MMM !-o.-' Tr "
I II man for the Keystone Ilakcry. who lealways '
i.< xi'' .u t'4.t li*> has b) tM ll/ n* ts<<.!i "1rhrngr UA I%.. ,VIJ.K: 1-\ :
jolly and full nf fun, had the i ( --... .

EI DeradeCe TnUfortune Tuesday In a friendly. Storage Rooms in Connection fur lbs brttrrYur W.
I "tam.itls a mmpanlon t'j get one I.U. > lut. tt.... with feliltl/ e for Imparting 1r
,1 !I-*'''H KiA.-N.w. .eo4"nf"J "n.J tans
of bias hand severely cut by corning Informal. C'IJ'.ur: the T1tl Y
2OI II.MUn: St., "I..S| .'1.. mill f.r.tl:l**.>. '*r butcher 'knife
j AMUTTTE In contact with a sharp 1 lion*. I.1Qa.m.. ft*. All b.i..ln.... tranMU-t.4 / ()aaPtb'. 'It'Y:!
which lay on th<* counter. This .. .
It's a matter u t"meBJeeue nothing serious, however,. but It had i
confkktv'e. in the person ..U14'-'- a tendency! to Incapacitate Mr. ''rt>yatt
tan If joa know they ate ban-

f ,411fd. cl proueriy.+anlj. Utttn prrparodv 7ftQ aww.and.I....iIdIed..en cnokl .- for a few days.Tomorrow night. from 11 to II (......un-I.t..... NATIONAL BANK( ",r.r/rgr ,..,..rt.....

-. miutaa' rmreful attention FIRST et
,,'l> .. .way .froos the C,MMB..amislaooM O'clock at the horn of ltv. K. 11. St'. cote:. 1/... ten..... eJ fot.H: fl' ::1 t CE.'lr 1N.
bs prvpsuwtl by one'wise Rogers,. the B. Y. P* U. of the Pint c---. .._ e..J t-J.. TISU'4tT: .ll.w.el : s......

knows at a glance.. if U.ey ant tft. Ba,. fst church' .U1 tender a reception 5......... .... ...+.. ..... .... JA3. M. GRAHAM f-. CEO.: 'V IIVDT VM.Pr.. D..p..a.e". sad- T .. c.,. rw..4

10 be cootedU 'Ur the University eommnatty.AM MIl eP .+dw .nit }!. E. TAYLOK. C..JM. UTJl CHAlt. M. A.', c.4.11 ....-,, "'- -

For two sossMM I havw peep.nd '......,.. of the faculty of .theUniversity "' Bd.&. ---- IN'n'RF: T ps.I ....
and sHrrsd UM best' ()
grown and you tow peter t.rte.4.. nno.t+rn. . sad tWir. wires sad the AZJ -' '"mo''d' .. Uaited Stiles State County and Git) Depository "Y" .- 1-7 ..J aly.
.fJ t t" iIsareur-and;,_-- sasirnn ....stsMtents.' .....bHtI of the14aranlati .... ... .- .... ,_ -, ...... ;
aN ,si tl.eywnj. I I11ntI Marst7 06' the lfethadl.t.ht.rak. wit. .. 0"1" : DOtL\I .r
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'! THE PUBLIC IS PLEASED. A DELIGHTFUL OCCASION. MARRIAGE AT NEWBERRY.Mr. .

!NEWCOMB, SUEStr I i INSTITUTE TO BEHELD

Everyone is Delig ted at Appointmentof Reception Tendered Students and A. A. Burke and Miss Mollie

t fUSBAND'S LIFE Prof. W. 8. Cawthon. Members .ExperimenJ Station. Swlndal Unite Their Fortunes. I AT ARCHER

;.*: .\. * ..TIi Announcement was made In The Very delightful was the reception I Newberry, Oct. 5*.-Married, at j

Sun of Tuesday morning that Sui erInteiideiit tendered to the students of the University the home of the brides parents Mr.

i fi.Z.farmer Gainesville> Girl Wants Dr J. L.. Kelley had ap- and the members of the Experiment t and Mrs. Tom Swindal Sunday afternoon Meeting Will Precede SS31i |

< t>ointed Prof. \V S. Cawthon. of the Station staff by the president I October 6th at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. : ) f

; / Damages from Slayer. UrilterMlty of lo"lorldaand: one of the and faculty Tuesday The occasion -It A. A. Burke and Miss Mollie Swindal.Kev Presbytery of Suwanu-
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most capable educators of the State was made much more enjoyable Thompson officiating. The bride

t, ,.lAYft $100,000 WILL SATISFY HER to the prliiclpalfihlp of the G lnell-! because of the musical selections I. Is one of :Newberr: sweet young A BIG TIME IS E. .. ,.

Mll.j Grated and High School rendered. bj Home of the best performeis I ladles and will make a model wife for
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$ANidow- of the Man Killed by Thomas Tills, announcement ueemed to in the, city. A violin duet by him whose fortune it has been to The People et Archer Are v

; W. Files Suit for Sum please everyone Interested In the wel- Miss Hatupton and MN-i Richards, accompanied win her heart. The groom 116 a I
Troy Large a Great Deal of Intere
... e l fare of the school att Prof. Cawthon I b>' :Mr-i It F. Hampton, I worth' young man and his close at- wi
h. Against Troy, and the Outcome Will Entertain
l irf a ;luau well known In this section onthe piano. opened, the program .4rtitlon to business! has gained for I Delegates I" -

1 Be Watched With Interest. I having been connected with the Uiilv This was followed in the order gl\ei, him the:: high esteem of all who know Manner-Fine Program .

't Mrs. Mary Agnes Newcouih of :Mlami. rttity ever since the Institution by n piano solo: b>' Mrh. Karl Schmidt; hintA hOlt of friends Join In best f 'A he Sabbath School( r 1

&. formerly Miss! Agnes Slln of I was established here a local .solo accompanied. by Misses" wishes! for a long and hap, married will be held under

this city, has entered suit against Prof. Cawthon la \t>ry much pleased Hampton an l Richards on the violin life

Thomas W. Troy, u wealthy lumberman over the appointment, an he hall expressed and b> Mm M. V. Hampton at the Mrs: Sindlln: of Jasper Is here the of the Presbyter or tat

;. for the killing of her husband blnif>elf. He in going Into piano by student ICoCorbett. ; a piano guest of her daughter. Mrs Tom Archer on Mouclav.

it West Palm leach a few months the work with a vigor and earnest- solo bv MU lilt I Ituikhlm ; a four- Swindal October 14 and 1C, pron'

-ago. and the following report taken iiesa whU must mean success, and hand M.'lp'UUII on the piano by the Dr. and Mrs! J, I"'. Huff spent'a few of the most buctes .fi.l ,,

}L from The Times-Union will prove of : pays a high compliment to his UMSO- \11"14p" .'t>nnfOtI ; .violin duet b> Miss days at Fort White last week. kind ever: held in tliU -. ,

'Interest- to our readers, since. the 'elates by saying that no better ran Christine Hiclianlmill I>r. Pearce. Mrs Otto I>. Groff and little daughter. State The good 1'0"01'|

t-f plaintiff in the..case Is no well known be found anywhere accompanied bMlns I IVtinelln; a M>- Mildred, accompanied ,b)* the in anticipation of this u

-'f'V"her: The school will open In regular cal duet b>' Mt-ut Hall and Mr Gra former's nulher.Irs.. L..>wla of Mradentow will precede the session! '

J "Mary Agnes Newcomb has begun order on Monday mornliig, and both ham n, spent last week here, guests tery; ajs nanlfesting! :i _

;.fJ: .uit for $100,000 damages against faculty and students will enter the Thin music wa<* greatly; enjoyed b>" of Mrs! 11. A. Croff interest, and will "ut-r''

,. Thomas W. Troy who will be tried work with a determination to nll'ke' all. At Its conclusion the doors of :Mrs. Tholl.Icl..oo and daughter gates to the Institute.

"this week In Miami for the alleged the most successful and bt'lleftcl.alterm the mess.hall were thrown open. The Marguerite left Tuesdayfor CJainea-! Every school:! in the I

"'.::?murder of the husband of the Dlaintlff. In the history of the institution. room had been tastily decorated with yule where they will visit relatives. urged to be represent.1 i

'. "Mrs. Newcomb Is suing for damages Gainesville has the advantage of haw bunting in the college!I (colors and one delegate, and uior-.
Jack Garland and l..tpr.II: M Itestile -
",. for her husband's death the case ing a most energetic and ambitious plants from the n\perirnent: Station .I r"lurn..dlon'tay' from Hernundo and all delegates artaasun >) ..

feeing styled one of action on the case lot of pupils, and aM thQ' faculty I Is The' attractiveness of the room was dial welcome. Churrtu'

'.tor wrongful death. The plaintiff Is also ambitious and energetic, we may due to the the excellent taste of the Bedford \\.tht>rIIlKtnn of Heriiando .schools are also invited -
gratifying of the matron Mrs. SW.UIMOII Is here for a few days, the guest of
.. represented by Major Alexander St. expect a SUCCCMH coming resentatives.All .
Mr. an.l utrs. C C. \Vetherliigtoii. .
hi+ parents -
;Cla1r. -Abrams. term. After a few minutes of general conversation .' persons attending th -.fl II'

1 '-"The husband of the "I have studied the personnel ofthe refreshments were served or Presbytery are advised. I n( tn. s
complainant
Mrs..1. H I> and mother of Mica
Thee consisted of cake an.1fruit .ve
\ killed West Palm Beach faculty well. remarked Prof.I. cream ulation receipts for- sp.-cual' ray
4 was at a
returned home after
awthon to Hun punch with special provisionof nopy Saturday. the ,
representativeTuesday certificate
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*. months and the defense off
w ago few das visit to :Mrs f:. T. Hender
fruits for the football who a .
"and I flatter In squad made and
who can myself will likely be tau< -+.!1.
ted
.4 Troy, was arr Immediately
the assertion that I believe I have, were not allowed to partake of the son
r. to secure a rate of one and >n. 'Ltr':
After the homicide. Is batted: on the Mrs Price and Mamie
the best all.round faculty In the' State. other dainties. daughters. 25
fare plus cents, for a unium .) l'
threats made Ncwcoinh
Alleged by and L.lbble are here, guests of Mrs
They all good conscientious tendance of
;"' are fifty.
his life.
Against II llr Smith.
I hard workers of ability, and there' IIIIn NEW LAW FIRM. > ant ,
it4 "Troy is reputed to be a wealthy I. 'why Mr. and 1lr"lexanl..r McKa : The Program
should
) reason we not come o
.(. .: atp, formerly residing at Macon. Ga.V i out and little son! Alexander. Jr.. of =Nor- t:<, A very interesting i-nmrai: la
the end of the with
at season Hy Congressman Clark and Thos. W.
1Ir. H. had .Just returned from a trip to folk. Va., are guests of :Mrs. C. C. been arraiiged'for this lin-tiiui sis
ing colors. I am going to work In Fielding Form a Partnership.A .
Vouth America when the shooting that Wethertngton.Ve : as follows:
# harmony with the' faculty and students -
resulted In the death of Newcomb and new law firm has been organized Portt'r'
\ to Mrs
are sorry report( 14 Sessio u
Monday -Evening
and there Is no reason that we'
this city. Congressman Frank Clarkof |
" the charge of murder occurred. In( Smith on the sick list this week. tier :
;'0 will not all work In harmony together this city' and Attorney Thomas IV.'I' Fifteen minutes devotlona' tiservice 1
of Case. ." many friends hope to nee her out .
k Story I
Fielding of Starke having associated
"The story of the homicide, as the themselves' together. The new firm I again oon I II I! Address of welcome It* T

facts thus far have come to light and NEWS FROM JONESVILLE. will have otflc.,.< In the elegant new \Vaddell. D.II. -
WHO USES HYOMEI
jsui reported at the time, may be I Oct office building the Gainesville =Na I j Uespontte and address 01'
Jonesvllle. 9-Minn Mzxleirlllln : I i ject-Col. Christopher: "
briefly summarised as fojlows: tlonal Hank and will open for the
( U tislttiiK relatives at Alachua. The Best 'People in Gainesville Say .
Koll call and schools amiof
"lie lunch and transaction of business I
; was eating u drinkingin at once i .
MHM( Katella: Miller has gone to J. W. McCollum A Co.Guaranteed delegates.Adjournment..
a bar and lunch room at"t Col Clark's reputation as a lawver.not .
Judxoii to clerk for hr uncle, :\1 r.
f wht : onl In this section In Catarrhal Troubles.No | .
,, Palm }teach. >Newcomb entered. ) but throughout
; TuckerV"- 'I..h| | her much success, .
theState Is to.. well kiiNwn for Tuesday, 15-Morning Sets :nt
other
reuuvly
: "The men had had some dif lculty W. II IMckftt has gone to Jefferson or treatment for

:previously and wouls were passed IM- City, Tenn. to enter college, omment His p'artner.;; enl Fielding. I catarrh has ever been nit popular or I Thirty minutes devotiifcervlce. ,'

tweet them. Is a totm< man also well known i made so manv remarkable cures InG .
Miss Irene .MIM.-r fished at thehome .
throughout the rountrv enpeclalH << tlnesv .. as HyomeiTbe >'I| Origin. history' and I IK' .
"It Is that =Newcomb threat
alleged of T It. .Plokett. !last Siui.laMeHMTM > .
this xei-tloii of the State He Is a-1 best .
Sabbath School T I
people attest Its curativevirtues. -Kev
-ened Troy, and then dared the lat : .1. i':. llryant anti O. O
i .er. to shoot him Thomas of Moll made M "buxlneHM" mm of exceptional I professional 1\1111'1' t.av J. \\'. MoColiiiiu A. ('u.. tbe'local 1! nn.I .

It)', and Is hound to make bin agents. The fair "It- in which i The. Bible and the S.,bh'llev ..'
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trip here Sunday.Irs
"Troy so the star Is told by witnesses '
III the profetsloiutl Held He I I.. vet Hvouiel was sold. to refund the mone)' .. I.. K, l.v.miI .
walked to hiM suit rase, took % : John C. KOI.I..U t>f :NeuberrIs ; .
v-b'' a young mini but its ability would lllilexH It given sat isfa.ayl.. was the I The Sabbath Scbool a ir r
out a revolver aunt fired several shots, visiting her motlu-r :MrxV. .1. 1 -
do credit to one much more advancedIn best pi'oof w h*'n It Nits IntriHluc.ed --Bet.V.. t:. II" IIi \ t I'' I Ii
;) ome of which 'truck =New comb I and I Hamilton
) ear : that It |1...sne>>H.>d unusual curative i i The Sabbath School ,I
his death tt'suit..It i It will be rt'III"lIIllt'r.1 that on next ,
The |ivnple. and bar of (ltinestlil.e': l>owers J. \\'. 11'"l1l1l11 t ,v C). took --Kev.. ,I. I''. Ford
"Trov was i i. "t".1 and after n fourth Htutdat we expert to start n
will gladly welcome Col Fielding no a' all the risk of the treatment giving! | The Modern Sihbafl -
preliminary 'heiiliiK: wan releitHed on protract l meetlniV.
citizen of the city. amt I predict for .satisfaction atul )left it to the MisHjomry AiencJ J:
.a $2 .1)1 bond raUi-d bv friends In I.. IMckett baby Uery III. but 'purchasers ;
the new tlrtn a great success to be the judge I Brow.
Dude count) >% e hoie It will soon lie ntoreti to i

4 "The case incited uiiitMiial, ..I..t..t usual I K'MMI health I I Liter when Hvomel ti .u" u>..-I an.I Afternoon Set

.and tint crlmlnnl proc ecslliiKs thisweek I .\ number of folks from I..r"W.:' NOTES FROM BELL. recomtiuiideil hv our well.known phvMiclaiis I Some serf IceOrganization

ate expected to draw large l beery and Archer enjoteil a tl.*h fry 1 and bntiiiesti men ;uul tlielrwlven anti I'q: i 1".
tt Itarrel Hell t kt t\--O. II Thoiunit aunt| as a treatment tint ab.ulntely! i
Pond
crowd. I on Saturdat Sabbath .hOoll-H. t.
Jont-M Itr)ant have: gone to Newberry'. '' cwre.l (catarrh no matter bow S.>IOIIHor
ok "The wldtiw c,f the dead man now :Mr and :Arts. M =N inrhex ur Music in the SaWMfJohn

n brings a civil action ...;.,hl"t the man MIOIIMMI. ore hereUltlitK, the latter A ou ., ple-ure attraction long. sttuillntf. the sales rnpidl)' I T. Owen ,

j oi trial 1 for the sloping of her husband l ; P,'i'>>Mt.. :Mr and :MrII .\ Pt -Wett. Mm .nl..n of Oaliteivllle U vi..lt. strew a id t<..liv. there (" no otherremedy I..>.. and Abune of I I..

and asks that she t>e allowtil .l.iiiiutfesIn line her oJ"ulCht..r.lr: S. U la.rrun.1 j in J. \\ McCollum etc Cu:"s it..tV.. H iHslgtf. l)1'Question i

the sit flu of $1in' '.ooii:' I MELROSE ITEMS. They have gone; this w.-ek visiting tr rK that hut :ouch! a tate and ",staple

-- relative* at /'nnlnic- lake a..1 l sale.The : Boy

Sea Island Cotton. :Melt...i> Oct 9.A Jollv party of Trenti Omit breath of II>.omt'.. healing .\ word from each "'

% +I i t""IIO< or tblrtv went over to Karletoo Mr: mid Mr". Swjiltr hove .* seer air' kilts all rstnrrhal l"leon| .

Si .null, t..u. Ort 0.- Follow. hug:. I.I..I.i.tJy' .t.uuiu., 011 the IAf'lh'nu .",..1r"I..rt risk lsit'y. Ue are *\\.\ to knot. the Try Hvomel tn'Isy| .>u J.Y.. Me I After each address. .,.
weriN Ices for Sea Inland
.t dneslav pi hating a line time : hlld' I* tmprovlnic' c" tit >ti litsed on factor* iiuota u. ..'. llu..Uuul has turned from If the
M nvKwy treat .
ru.-itt 1.I > >
H n-ott .lve
tlon.. hrs J P. PhlliKtt; aD i'
living trip to tkeliml.. IfcittnelliMt.Orala you sitUstscti.nn TREti T
'L ::7x. fane U,, 'M and I'la'a..1I: (I3lty't '' I ruts left on the ftth kiixt tur'tlanla I PICNIC AT
and Tuni|'M In the .interest of an
VHICGa 'M snit .'ls.'s. . .3OKx 1131J to enter the Surrftaftl lnttta(4 Swoen -
Invention 'in which I be l. u (winterHe A Nw Hotel. 5. aBe
choice Ca uud Pla.'s..2': ( to tee b>)* Big Basket Dinner and
expect ttt leave ahu.rtly for New
.Choice <(r\l ices at Nebo, which beau "ktnUon k* called to the adverlM !' Held on Octot--

t Kx. one M and 1'1.1 2; o:" I| NV. II. I..*tO left Tue.iay vvriiltiK for ThllN.t..lIne Nuttdsy r.slatwets : .

g 'yine tae stud Fl;v Nominal: ; I Iwlke ('"'' to place she wni Strta.tn.I j I 'Instructive anti ..I...."t"". aID t Cllr 11 11. tno4.este prlce.l bost )rv. and M'*''AkltiK In behalf

Common G i '. and l FU Nominal.. t I II''in the schtsu.harrlrldge I I du(-t>*l b% Kev I. K. Thuneas. p..tor which ban lust oponed under the own Growers A_ hU..n ;\
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) !..... less Rone tottanta lit rhwnce c.esteel bv R.J..... IWIIJrff *r hli> aivl n ui'een! n' of H tiHlKrvMr i huriwlay. October 17

Attention 9tone_*..H Camp! I> the streets are tteln put In order altos and \\IKNI| tlnrtlr i ,'.....iije4r : 1)tllgn ti. demand of There' will b.. _*..r

..n There will ...
be A meeting held l l at the for the honing s vv ij. In order of of ,
{ court buuse tin the t4th of < >ftot>.rHonda the street totumittixt! *"rvt..>.lvoln r and e'tentroe .njen..t h. o. raslua the npportmittr ".'t"11'1 -vI r4 on the coltnn 1ll ,:,
I >MM> ton the biilldins at th. .. "
'. )' at It clock. for the t> iriM! >_ ) and t'h"II': their aides elks from Kev |I. K Thomas will commence rornr aaern will tHU.n.
' ; at fc wt :Main .
sued K*. t ;
Of electing delegates to the I'h l +l.m3leunlon sandspate, tu aetda. I! protracted .er'tee hero Ketvrday Orange KT..rlw'aot, is enr'ilalrpr.nt

ett In IVusncolj IH O(.totxr Tint C P Huffman hluCO...* tu visit. eight he-faire the thin "' ......., gattints' iHU > \\'. 'I..c't .
14- fartso.hlttes" c. '
sad: :Uh. al., to elect omrvr* for NUf W Bogeys at 1.1"e Oak for a titober lath ae an newlute trm.
MI.< rn4iforui ;. 'un-I tor ,, '
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tail.cdasunved .
1 .j.1;! wl-'t i- .: t"-,. e5, .. ..nrr Wattetw-in ct'
DAVIS. ComtiianJcr Clay county preciuct of Mli bv fly.- ast.rlay ttuiv
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J C. )('OIUAdjutant.. roan sent .ltb act and t1 urket at"l'o.riJ' rate, .'" darn| often baits his be'.t u
t' dry 1\0 bold furniture a AVkitchen <.Jt the .tl .
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'1 IBS,;NEWCOMB SUES I INSTITUTE TO BE

Everyone Is Delighted at Appointmentof Reception Tendered Students and A. A. Burke and Miss Mollie

LIFE Prof. W. Cawthon., Members .EJperlm.n} Station. Swlndal 1 Unite Their Fortunes. I HELD
4PIHIHK AT ARCHER
? Announcement was' made In The Very delightful was" the reception I Newberry, Oct. S>.-Married, at |

Sun of Tuesday morning that Super. tendered! to the students of the University the home of the bride's parents. Mr. '!i

tFarmer Gainesville Girl Wants Intendeiit Dr. J. L*. Kelley had appointed and themembers of the Experiment and Mrs. Tom Swindal. Sunday afternoon Meeting Will Precede Sasstoa

Prof. W. S. Cawthon. of the Station staff by the president October 6th at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. t of

fji( Damages from Slayer. University of Florida and one of the and faculty Tuesday. The occasion -I A. A. Burke and Miss Mollie Swindal.Kev. . Presbytery of Suwaiue-!!

fa,;?; moat" capable educators 'of the State. was made much more enjoyable Thompson officiating- The bride

AY. '100OOO WILL SATISFY HER to the prlnclpalsblp of the Gainesville because of the musical selections ,j(1s one of Newberry's sweet young A BIG TIME IS p E <>fc,, .e

Uradfd and High School. rendered b>' some of the best performers | ladies and will make a model wife for
\ I
ridow of the Man Killed by Thomas Tills announcement seemed to In the city. A violin duet by him whose! fortune It has been to The People 6"f Archer Are M ,

\ please everyone interested in the welfare Miss Hampton and Mia Richards, ace win her heart. The groom is a ac nla
\ W. Troy Files Suit for Large SumS Great Deal of Intere.
of the school as" Prof. Cawthon comimtilod by Mrs( It, F. Hampton : worthy young man, and his close attention 0 w
; Against Troy, and the Outcome Will Entertain
i III a man well known in this section. on -the piano opened the program. I to business has gained for i| Delegates I' e ''II; ,, (

t Ba Watched With'Interest.Mrs. I having been connected with the University This wan! followed in the order giver* him the high esteem of all who know I M.nner-Flne Program lr

Mary Agnes Newcomb of Ml- I ever since the Institutionwas by a piano solo h>" Mrs Karl Schmidt; I him A host of friends join In best'' 'A he Sabbath School I

,-..arm!, formerly Miss Agues Sllgh oft established here. a vocal solo accompanied by Misses wishes for a long and happy married will be held under, ,

of the '
Presby } "Thomas W. Troy, a wealthy lumberman the appointment, aH he has expressed and by \lrM. It, I.'. Hampton at the Mrs SanUlin of Jasper is here the > ot

for the killing of her husband himself. He III going into piano, by studfiit Roy Corbett. a planO guest of her daughter, Mrs. Tom at Archer on Mot ia\

#.dat West Palm leach a few months the work with a vigor and earnestness solo! by MI.H.H Ida Hurkhlm. a four- Swindal October 14 and 10. pron

;:-,t,.&&0. and the following report taken which must mean success, and hand selection on the piano by the Dr. and Mrs J. F. Huff /S'IE-lit a few of the most successful tjj.,

:fr. :from The Times.Union. will prove of pays a high compliment to his atino- Misses Fennfll; n violin duet by Milts days at Forthlte last week. kind ever held in tlii.- '"

l' interest tp 'our readers since the elates by saying that no better pan Christine Kichardx and Dr. Pearce Mrs Otto D. Groff and little daughter. ; State. The good i"eoi, .

j lalntiff in the casu in so well known' be found anywhere.The accompanied by Hiss "-' nntU-:- vocal Mildred, accompanied by the in anticipation of this Ill'

Ciiere t : school will open In regular duet by I.lnut Hall and Mr. Graham I formt>r'lI! mother Mrs. Lewis| of Hradentowii will, precede the session "

,. "Mary Agnes Newcomb has begun order! on Monday-.morning, and both I spent last week here, guestsof tery, are manifesting a t. ..

t ...ult- for 1100,000 damages against faculty and students, will enter the This music was greatly enjoyed by Mrs K A. Groff I Interest and will enter"

''. Thomas W. Troy who will be tried work with a determination to make all. At its conclusion the doors of Mrs. Thod! Icl..od and daughter gates to the institute

/tthls week In Miami for the alleged the most successful! and beneficial the menu-hall were, thrown open The Marguerite left Tuesday for Gainesville Every school' in the l I' .

t murder of the husband of the Qlalntlff. term in the history of the institution. room had been tastily decorated with where they will visit relatives. : urged to be represented" o,

.';.1" 'Mrs. Newcomb la suing for darn.stages Gainesville has the advantage of have bunting !lit the college colors and Jack Garland and shltt"l'1188 itesle. one delegate and uior it

for her husband's death the case ing a most energetic and ambitious plants from the experiment Station and all delegates are agsitr1 1
MI returned Monijay from liernando.
lot of and then Is The attractiveness of the room was" 'Welcome. .
:{being styled one of action on the case pupils, as faculty dial Churehe It rt

''doe ,wrongful death. The plaintiff Is also ambitious and energetic we mayexpect due to the the excellent taste of the Bedford Wetherlngton of Hemando .schools, are also Invited o.,
& : ( of'
Is here for few the
a days guest
matron. Mrs. Swanson
of
: represented by Major Alexander ,St. a gratifying success the coming resentatives.All .
r his and Mrs. C C. Weth-
ImrC'nt8.Ir.
After few minute of general
a 1&1r.Abramli. term."I a conversation persons attending thr nsti'in

have studied the personnel' of refreshments were' served. erlngtoii. .
or Presbytery are advised to >ante r.ulatlon
; ,The husband of the complainant Mrs. J. H. Dye and mother of Mlca-
Thee consisted of cake and
'. the faculty well. remarked Prof. cream receipts! for icitt rite* "
,(. waa killed at West Palm' Beach a
; returned home aftera
fruit punch with special provision nopy Saturda. .
awthon to a Bun representative the certificate plan. An effort I bo-Ir.i
i*.W months ago, and the defense of '
; few day visit to Mrs. E. T. Hf>lId
1tj.'ror.; who Tuesday, "and I can flatter myself In of fruits for the football squad who tt r. made and will likely b.. .UPC--" ?.
; was arrested immediatelyfter
; the'* assertion that I believe I have were not allowed to partake of the son to secure a rate of one anti ,m..-th.
the homicide. Is based on the
Mrs. Price and daughters. Mamie
the best all-round faculty In the State. other dainties. fare plus 25 cents! for a minimum 1
alleged. threats ruade by Newcomb and Llbble of
are here guests Mrs.
They
are all good conscientious, tendance of fifty
Against his life. Smith.
( hard workers of ability, and there Is NEW LAW FIRM. Bryant I(
t{ "Troy Is reputed' to be a wealthyanas Mr. andIr Alexander McKav >' The Program.A .
should
) reason why we not. come
formerly residing at Macon <).. and little son. Alexander. Jr.. of Nor- very Interesting priMtnu: hi
' oat at the end of the season with flying Congressman Clark and Thos. W.
; ,...:H. had Just returned from a trip to folk. Va,. are gu ats of Mrs C. C. been arranged*for this Int-tltut. s. I
colors. I work In
am going to Fielding Form a Partnership.A .
South America when the shooting that Wetherlngton.We : is as follows: '
harmony with the faculty and students .
law firm has been
new organized:
;resulted in the death of Newcomb and. are sorry to report Mrs. I'orh'r' Monday. 14-Evening Settio
and there is no reason that we ta this city Congressman Frank Clark '
'the, charge of murder occurred. Smith on the sick lint this week Her !
will not all work In harmony to- or t this city and Attorney Thomas W. I Fifteen minutes devotional! m''> sr
many friends hope to wee her out
Story of Case. gether. Fielding of Starke having a..oclat..dthemllt'h service
again
t "Tim story of the homicide, as theY - ,," together. The new firm noon. I i Address of welcome, Ki

facts thus far have come to light and NEWS FROM JONESVILLE. will, have otnct' In the elegant new Waddell. D.D.
WHO USES HYOMEI
)jsu reported at the time may bet office building of the Gainesville Na I I Response and address. "nJect
Jones* lll. Oct. 9. :Miss L.lzzl
: Mt'ii I i
I -Col. Christopher ; >
briefly summarised fojluwa: .
as tloital Hank and will o| en for the
Griffin Is visiting relatives' at Alachua. The Best People In Gainesville SayJ.
i' ytoll-call and schools and
transaction of business f
"He was eating a lunch and drinkingin at once.
;MMM| lMtoUa Miller has gone to W. McCollum A. Co.-Guaranteed ''of delegates
a bar and lunch room at West Col. Clark' reputation an a lu",'>'er. '
JudMon to clerk for her uncle'I r.
Palm {leach when Newcomb entered. not only In this section, but through In Catarrhal I Troubles. I Adjournment
TuckerV.t. wish, her much success.
out the State I Is tout well, known for Nti other Tuesday 15-Morning 5e"'9"
ren5.ely
"The men had had some difficulty i or treatment for
\V. II. .I'lckftt. has gone to Jefferson I'I
''y :previously and woiil" were! passed |_ City. TIMID, tit enter college. omiiieiit ills partner.. Col. Fielding.Is catarrh has ever been as popular or I Thirty minutes devotlosservIce. .'

a >'oiiiii{ man also well" known I made wo remarkable .
tween them. many cures I In
Miss lr>m Mltt.-r visited at thehome
throughout the country especial! Gainesville all Hyoniei I| Origin. History and iw' -
I
"It It alleged tint Newcomb threatened I of T. It. IMrkett lant Sunda)'. I
this tteotloii of the Staff. lip..is a The bent people\ attest its curative Sabbath School-Kev TUn. I IThe
Troy. and then dared the latter MesHru .1. i I':. Hryaiit and O O
nun of exceptional professional' abll ,I virtue*. ay J. W. MrCoIliini & Co. the '! .
to shoot him Thomas of I lu-ll madt' a "Lusln.sa"trip
+' It-, and lit bound to make bin markIn I I local agents. The fair way In which j ruble and the S.iblMItev '
,
hero Sunday.11rs'
"Troy. ton the story In told bv witTiesseii. ,
the professional tleld He I In yeta Hyoniei wait' odd to refund the I,. It I.vnn
IIInnt"YIIUIt'MM
r walked, to bin stilt care, took John C FmtHon of N. wl>,'rry ,
young/ man but his ability would It gives sail isfactlon. wa the I The Sabbath ScLool ? '
out a revolver, and fired neternl *h t do credit to ono ninth more advancedIn beat, pioof when" it w" "n IlItr..hlC.t.'I'| -Itp \\*. 1'=. lloKi. !It '
oirit. uf which, triuk Newcomb' and Hamilton.
> cars.The :, that It |I"U.I..II..I: nniirtiiil rural I' .. : The Sabbath School n
hiM truth rt>..uli>.4)) It will be' rmiiih-red that 011 n.>xt
jopl j and bar of lamest III,' : powers JV. "loCiilluni ,v I'o t..uk'' --1tf".J F Ford
"Trot wan" sc. Mted and after a fourth Hnnditv; w" expect, to Mart nprotraottMl 'I
,I will gladly welcome Col Fielding' a_ a' all the risk wf the treatment KltlncHtlUfattloii The :Modern SabbathMissionary -
preliminary heillnu { in"'MlnKW. ,
wa' released oil citizen of the city, and Ilf.I"'t" for and left It to the I .\ enr\ f:
.a $2.10,"i bond raised. bv friend In 1. IMckotfs baby Is v-ry 111 but pure
the newfirm" a great successNOTES f Dads oiintv.; wo hope It will noon ht! restored to I
I
I.\t..r. when, Ihoinel ".,.. used ,
and
"Tli caw .rlt..1 unusual I Inti.rent usual I K.MM| health. Afternoon Seas

::4 .and the rlniltutl pnx.edlnK tnlit I"I .\ numl) r of folk from here N"'w- FROM BELL: recommended. bv our well" known pbvIrlaiiH Song serviceOrganization .
I
.1
!
and
business
t week rtlt etp.cteut to draw" (arR. tiirv. and Archer .njo\ .>d, it fish fry men and theirwive and fvtS.ibbath .
Hell Ot t. 9.--0. It. Thonmn and ait .t treatment thit absoluteiy
.
.crowds. i on liurret fund Sntnrd. \ 'houl-H..v l I'Mode

+ '"rh.' widow" of the dead' limit n..w" :Mr and, :'>'r"I. N S tnrht of Junes Hr)Hiit hate gone tewberr; ('ur.1 catarrh no matter how otilons In tltebtr.r' \

brings f\ civil action au..ln..t the nears HroiiKon are ht>rt' vUltltiK the lattir'iiiMitntH on a pleasure attractionlrd or lung wttndln the sales rapidly John T. Owen' .

,on"I' trill for the sla>liiK of her I".hnn" : { :Mr and :Mr.. II.. ,\ Plckctt \: Colmm of Gainesville U vUlt. grew. :tad tivlt. there U no other l"e and Abuse of I .

and auk that Hhe IM allt we,
t the um of $1ttll' .nlll)." I II' MELROSE ITEMS. They. have gone this week" vUltlnicreltttl stock that has ,ucli a lane and staple I'
....1... Ba*
i ; .
X-niiltiK- Lake
w ii i I h. at uiidTrvntiMt :
: \t..Ituse. lt..t 9.A Jolty party of The first breath of H>'omel', healing .\ word from each Sea Island Cotton.
:, %. t""III olr thirty. went" uer, tu ..'ul..,..., \tr nnd :\lrn 8ny lt-r tiaven *rjr air kill all ctttArrhat poison .Adjournment
tta 'it tilth, <;a Oct '.-Follow, IKK |" .
' .'IIoI.a, corning on the Ix. >n.Mtiik andre sick" .....h,.. \\'i. are gnu,I to knot' the Try HvomH toils on J, vv Mct'olhini After etch address .0'
wer \\ dneHtUv'tt price for tiro Inland
tie |*rl hating it line time I J child U IniprovliiKl & ("o s ,7r > refund t 1- aTordotl for teetier'v:

t' II t'h i h.%....71 on rll"urll' quot Ii t.'. llu..lmi.t has i 'tnrm.U from atltliin I . itn. "e>. If the treat m,nf !I..,. m>t ,
*
.
tines j l lire. J 1 Phll; amt I N'nthan Kobtrts h.1
: I I7C
trtu. latkeltitd, Iinnelloii. yxt atlsfaethtn AT TRE..T
PICNIC
t t. ftvni U"a,,' Fit's 31 U-11S :: Ocula and Titmiwt In the interest of ivnInvention left oit the 5th best for'tLUtla r

"Fancy in which tie l. .
it I partner A..New Hotel.tientk S. '
I ... Big Basket Dinner and -
r ehoicel.t 's and i'la.'s..39: to Lie Uu>*
lie t flpert t%' l.vue shortly fur NTewYork. ,
.\ ,n Is called. Be Held Ottob-
to the on
ChoU tin's, ttiid "'I.e''s :: (1 :** un the saline errand The start ices at Nets> which be tart adverlMement

1 Kx: nn*. Git.*M and' 1'1.1 .. *.'. CtS I I XV. II. !*>*. .left Tuesday evenlnn fur Thurndtr eitdlttic Sundry "pnt.c" ills of Thu. Conimerrbt. Galne- There will tx a bin

'Fln* Cr.'s; situ Fit NominalCoPimixi I..tke Cit to place his : were, hlt.th'" .in.I' elevattnic Cull t new miKieratr prtc eoe t h 4telrrwh and speaking In behalf
) MMI .
t Ga '. and Fl* Nominal I! In the ,,,-h,.ol O&t"// ducted b, Her l.. It Thtn.".. pester | -k ball suet ofwae. under. the own. Crower A oolaUof :.
.r. bH> anti w >m-r , In rtiArxe. Minted h! lleJIM. Ii4lJet
i Uan'rl.lc' > L..e ties to .\tlintA
I Kone I I
r Attention one Gimp! ', she street nri being 'wit In order ( Him,an"'n"".oii U'IIth.d..1 Mr. thalgr.l r t'rs 4*'nMixl of ... will tse .e..rsitswhere

There. .will be n meeting. held itt the for the coming .eAonjoin ..v order of''i rnntredatlans and welt 'j>i-.d dinners a nk"f.ra''I''kal' ..ofI. fnok Advent i who will add'!

i. court ium.e i>ii the. 14th of "ctot>erMonday the street CU''lu'tt' Let. rterytsal; ) ; Miniermt* .-n)-) ..
!* on the kwllrflnc at iha. ?
"it' at 10 u'cl'k. for the i>uri"Me and cl. .:rst Main .
anda.t .
Or.1" .. ur.l/aliv
.: boor U
t of electing delegates to the It'" t 1.-.1 "ulI"llIlr.| to wont*. a prutrsrtr.i service<<: here .eetttnNy .r' ,
.tr-t*. and ba f>p.... Xt unU>n In I-'nlll\'ola on October ant C P. Huffman baa IU'U" to viUtt : nUht- t.eluore, the third .n""J. t.UNI op a present We "tprct
I.iasr ills t'II''u..hlnro tr<> all t', '
And S4th slut to elect otncvr for tis CV posers at Live, Oak for a October 14th new tim
his tel. enmforrtai..
and tin' table ---- -
-----
l'0t, Iy orderHQItATIO fns .
days Jix Itivers C'\.1,1oC'. ,! house was .
o? ;ItrJ) with s rate. t '){ the hest th =-
DAVld, ("Ollan1An .r ", tat' Clay county 10"'lu<<: "r )1.1, consumed by fire daturds. Hou*.- the n..nfT.u a
nvrkt
JT C.. M"ORPAJJutJant.. J'''ro- weal dry with ilu. Krt and 14 hoU furalturo was .."vU but thekitchen atTnrd The rate are devil ottea halts site btro2 w
from ttAO -
I np and sattafactloa I* We doot ws'bOW' .h.J *
, October Tth. i.I dry r ones. Cunaltttr was laet. I ""
tluanat.ed.rt o
'. lags catcb4S wttJa each J

.t',;' /' c", r'" -; ".''.'' .c '1i.". -. . .\., ... : y .... .... ..tt, J } .- I .. .s.....\.. .
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,, S".l iU'1', .. '1 r r r',') 1 9 , 1.4 h % + 6 n, .1 d .

', ', THE ( A F ILL UNrOCTOBEIl 10 1* 7


- -- .

r. f'.;PROF.'W.- S. CAW THON OOOtQttQtO r. INCREASE

Perfect"
=
\f TO HAVE COMMAND Children thrive t() IN VALUATIONS

\ tI) on .5" -o//'j-; I(4' I

,'t.f':* -- ::8: Em ul'Jn. it [ - - WomanhoodThe eG.9'
: Heal Personal
,f 'Will be Principal of tha Gain ivlle! and: Valuations

rt 'Cs. is concerted: 0tf Larger Than Ever Before.
Graded and High Scho 1.t 1. great ut menace to woman'* r
) nourishment in (> -- permanent happiness in life la the

\ x I 0 0g ARE HALF A MILLION! LARGER suffering that comes from some derangement > '
.** SCHOOL WILL OPEN MONDAY easily digested : of the feminine organs.

Many thousands of women hare
: form. Their health
0 Over Year 1906. Which Shows That realized this too late to save their
Prof. Cawthon. Who Has Been With
health barely in time to save their
improves after the of Old Alachua Are
tOt .0 People Prosperous ,
University of Florida Since It Was
o taking it a short 0io -Increase Comes in Every I lives.To be a successful wife to retain
Created by Buckman Law Accepts : the lore and admiration of her husband

't Prlncipalship-The Faculty. time. It is the : Branch of Real and Personal Lines. should be a woman's constant

The report of County Tax: Assessor study.If .
Patrons of the Gainesville Graded io greatest a woman finds that her energies -
\v. W. Colson for the year I'f01! Is .r:
that she get easily
and High School should extend their are flaffffinff ;
food very encouraging, as It shows a wonderfully tired, dark shadows appear under .'
,r unanimous thanks to County Superlntendent -
increased valuation in real her eye, she has backache headache -
;e of Schools Dr. J. L. Kelley for world.ALL child-I bearing'-down' sensations, nervousness :
and personal property of 'all kinds.
M bla successful effort in securing a* i irregularities or the s ,
The total valuation for 1907 is .
blues. she should start at once to
principal of this school one of the SO. ...
,735,08M: being an Increase over the build up her system by a tonio with-
educators
:most thoroughly competent
# OOOOI previous year of nearly half a million specific powers, such as
; In the State In the person of Prur
. .. dollars the aggregate for ItMtfi being
-- "----- ------- - -- -
:3cr.? S. Cawthon. I : Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundthe
UNIVERSITY NOTES. $3JO.OOU. This Increase is the beat
of the In the j
c The history delay evidence of the prosperity of the great woman's remedy for woman's ills made only of roost 81, )

opening! of t'iln school caused b>' thep ; Interesting Batch of miner the farimr tht..budlneHtt man It cures Female Complaints such as Dragging Sensat ::, a.rbr Iota
of Prof. \frBf'ath Happenings at and Inflammation and ,{
sudden Hack
resignation" Falling Displacements. Ulcer OJ a
and in fut the whole people of this a' '
4 baR been told before, hence needs not That Institution of Learning : Organic' Diseases, and is invaluable in the Change of Life it v : a
.t Suffice It to this u" I '1'h" citizen of GaliiPHVllle have section and pl.tte* Alachua countyamong and Expels Tumors at an early stagre.' Subdues Pantne! .. t7.1
repeating! say
i the foreniont in rank of the Prostration Exhaustion( and strengthens and tones the Stow
of Prof Mcileath caused Dr 1 shown great Interettt la the" University re,
,
lion i and
K.'IIey counties of the State.The Headache General Debility Indigestion invigoratefemale ?
r i'' ] to get busy as good teacher. or ,,, ever since its removal to* this following report of aggregatevaluations sysem.. It is an excellent. remedy for deraa.'emKidneys u c5e.e

W' the majority of them, had been assigned city !Especially! have the churches in either !sex: .
IM given by AMSfSHor! Cud
and It wa a perplexing uues. given I a welcome to the studentsand son:

tlon with the'! board of trustees, ami faculty In order to make the _. ..
Real ; >
estate $2.2Ijl'; iwr-ounl -- ----- -- - '-, ----
new students feel more at home by a
the county KuperlntO'nlh'nt-thIK: queHtion 1 property. $1.274.MO): turpentine and THE BOARD OF CONTROL.Held BIIBINE6t3 C-gFDt)
'r of a successor for I'rol.Iclh'nth.. .personal acquaintance with Its mem-
timber 1rolu-rt $22.t.II! ; railroad
hers the Uarraca Class of the
MethodlHt -
{ Hut It seems that fortune favored property. $lt>54.uu7:; t ::. telegraph proj{ Meeting Saturday, but Only

a' Dr. Kelley's: efforts for Prof Cawthon church gave a reception at theWhite rty (Including teU'phonu). jn,157:! : Three Members Were Present. I f i Dl ROBT C. R'a. )
House In honor of the faculty
Taas closed a contract to open the Total $3:;,j3.I:; ov) >. ,
'f: October and students! on October 1. and the The regular meeting of the Hoard
school on Monday morning. Assessor Colnoii has perforated his DEN r-:
'' weeks later than the young l h eople of the Haptlst church of Control was held at the. Bruwh
'
14 only two
duties carefully, full> and accuratelyyfor !
nave Issued invitations to the University HouHe In this city Saturday. but
x | -time scheduled for the beginning of this year covering every nook and Office in Miller I law t i sa
to a reception' to be" held next there were: only three members 11I''s.t'nt. ;
the term. corner of the count. and his servicesare
Friday night at the home of Rev. S. : with Secretary Kellum Office Phone No J43
,ft Prof. Cawthon, as has been stated appreciated by the public '- e Yi
J and H. togers. The first occasion I was ex- Those!! present: were Hon T II
is a teacher capable, by no meansa i
> stranger to Florldfans lie holds a tree ely pleasant The necond-wlll' no HONOR TO PROF POUND. King of Arcadia lion. I' K Yonge

He douot prove equally so I' of Pennacola and Hon J. C, Ilalsden
State certificate. was graduatedat {i
of Live Oak with l'rot..1. U. K.'lIurn.1 rT. B. ELL. JKi .
the State Normal In 189O. degreeof The Athenaeum Club a society' Has Been Appointed School Commissioner .
the of the board. Hon.-;. '
r 11. Summer School Cornell University. composed of the faculty of the University of Georgia.The secretary :
I*. llrj.in. Jacksonville chairman and ATTORNE1 ..\ 1 )
In
1896. Southern University and of tho members of the people of Ualll..vIIJt1111 learn

t 1893. student In Peabody Normal Hxperlment Station staff held HH with pleasure of the appointment; of lion. to:. If Wartmann of Marion

College in 1899. University of Chicago first meeting for the school year lastl'rlday I'rof .fere M Pound as School CominlMMlotier count). were" absent.There G"rN.TILL& Fro
wan no sir.tal 1 business before
summer quarter 1f WOO-1905. A.II. night at the home of President of the State of Georgia

University of Chicago, I 1H! ):5. and grad, Sledd. Only one member was absentTn vice I'rof Alerrltt. recently resigned.Pref. th.-' board, hence the regular

;+ I uate student In Uiilverslt of Florida{ paper' of the evening 'entitled Pound It* well known throughout routine was carried through A great 1 I'i letter, Salt Rheum and fa
deal of business in that line how'vt"r.wa" .
k 1905-7. 'The HlHtory of Plant Pathology> ," was "Florida and Is retarded as one ArecnrlhyCeambtrtu! ;
I' Prof. Cawthon has been principal read b>' Professor Fawc-tt of the Kxperlment acted upon term.ehertchtna .,
of the tnottt capable educators In the
._ __ ____u- _____ _
-of Madison ,graded school: tjnliH*' Station, and wart dl"ciiHsed South He wax superintendent' of

graded school OliO )'.'nr. Chlplev two by many of the member' After thindlxciiHiiloii the .Kant Florida Seminary In thin

years;; Milton, one )''lIr. He h.i-v hero t refreshment. were. served city for two years. holding that re- f

r connected: with the Unlver..lt>' of 1 he next mt"f'thl will be held at the spoiiHll |K>sltloii with, eintiieilt success The South's Greatest 1

'u Florida since' that Institution\" ( re- '' home of Dr Farr who will read the HH wa In charge of the Seminary .

Ated by the Huckman law and at the paper, of the evening The club meets when that Institution was e

time of his acceptance of thin offer 1 every other Friday night The present abolished b)' the enactment of the

y was librarian at the Itnlversltv officers' who also comprise theexecutive lUukmait I law MAIL ORDER HOUSE! a

;;r Prof. Cawtnoii Is a native. of Al.i- committee. are Dr. Sledd I For the pant two years, or since 1

barns but has been a resident In FlorIda .president: Dr Flint. vk"-ltr..IIIt..t. leaving Florida. Prof. Pound has

since' 1SS8. Notwithstanding his and Dr Crow secretary and treasurer been at the head of the Girl's Indus.

superior abllltv In his chosen profes. Coach l'oiH)'t hn has a large squad I trill School at Mllledgevllle.: Ga,

ee anon he IM a very oung man being of men out on the football Held eery : where he haM 1\1..0 made a great KUC r

1 only tlilrtslx years of age afternoon and IH getting the first and (" 'It". Is Now Ready to Fill Orders farMEr <

i Prof. Cawthon's assistants are all "Hicond" teams Into good shape. llesldeM -
competent teac'hern, and HIM as follows the old material Several prom LETTER TO COLSOfVA BLANDING /

: {slug candidate hive: appeared. among: Olh"IIIIorld", 'S WOMEN'S\ AND CHILDREN'S!
,' Misses tussle; :\1 Ult'r. ":11"11'nlla, (..', l.... now tn.'n. Much enthusiasm hashten hear. Sirs: Josh Hillings never saidau ,
thing truer than this : 'Suecess
) any
tleretia' Shannon Aura ))a"n"ta.1: r....
READYTOMARCLOTHING
engendered and. It Is believed dot not konsIM ov never tnaklii
t+t W. I'. ('nIT.'y.1: hu,et Edith I llrandt.lleHsle that 1fattt., though light team will blunders. but not tu nrikln the same tD

I.. Carver. Cj/ll/ ; Ketiuedy..luiia he put on the tleld wnn. twist

Kennedy Floretico Hall and Mabel. .. N Watklns of Lntt. Texas hid HATS
( The 'I 1'1"0111)' morning t;ilk beforelu r
SanchezSuperintendent. bus house ,doted pom years ago muted
( student' aHs':inbl,> v t Belles' dec'lure* that lie ,given. t.xi.iv b). Dr Sledd last. be paint he IstiiKht It for :
lie doe not bellev lucre U a more and<<1 It looked like paint. the
year almoi-t all of these addresseew > FURNISHINGS''
x' 4'Olll..tPllt. corpof teachers us an ngKregitloit ..u J given bv the president This stall,I it vt.is I.alntII. palllt'j ;
In nil rioildi. nnd he .pre .. had It' .palnttd uti.lin ; It
,\,-ur It Is {planned to hive. sumo of
7 Ialloll" I""1'.N'.
rusts .1 sncc, "ei.tu1, tear for the >('hool. '
them kUtti b> the tn.'inlwrs of the It rust *>."> befor no:1: :..
- fai'ulfv tend cut h,<*r.. t,v. persons notonnecte He known it It |, unfed now undli Stocks larger and more complete than ever ., J =
Cater Creamery Sold.' ..8 got that $3n' In a safe place-
,'
l with the I
nl.rltThene .
" Tli" (art.r ir" anut., otu of the "talks" limited Hi* .. got his knowledge In a safe Best quality at moderate prices. Ou' "
itrt to twenty minutes. ..
HtablUli dairies this .. .. glare.; tiM iiui trulv Spring and Summer wit :H
cIM"Mt > in >< Catalogue
and! In order to tnnke toont fur th Mii :89 F U" DKVOi: X TOI
lion of the loiintrv oMiitd b>' :Mrs' J 'I'hanea.I ('ee, sell
lit thi dally H c',luviiil I of ."i. i.o.J..If. S : The S ( sent uoon: request.
,
Myd I. "',,rh'r. b.IM IMH.n sold to 11 It I ill,ipel I elerelres| ure l begun .
ltarco foriuoU of this city but for I on other et.ys.Marriage ,

the pal few years residing 'In 'Taiui...e i I 1. \1' PATTON
:
The ale! embraced llu. herd of set. ,

oral, flue li-rsev cnttlt. .uu.l nil dati,. I M at the.it boiue Newberry.larrisri of the. bride's ...Civil Engineer and Surveyor. . B. H. LEVY BRO. & CO
e<|iitpmeiit. Inc'biding u sue I b a i n t
niterriitt I pcetetlts.; Mr I and I Mr I *. J 'r. swlndilNiwbvm I. DKAI.KK: : : IN UK: 11. rsT\TP: ; I ,

i .it lit* and equipment w.i ., : on $,,",I.H'. llt.v J.I VMi !Prompt attention to mh bci.m..... \VANNAH.: OHOROIA. ('

.ttlpletllenday| : to Tuinpa{ a".1 1 will I ,,iM|.sin uf lMlatul tI!rule ,,'.itlnuMix .1 Oltle\ liirst doororth o( "lhrn.h..f't
otJtt'.. P. U. Hox 103, (itinrcTilIf. Fla.
)ln'U.t 1t..1..1 "",1.\ .t. llurkuI VYI''r'r
", i ii ,ii.utett) i>la( .dtn, c. 'Miti't.t '.1 1 -u I
I'lie nflbilr WMS H quiet one. oi'lv) :

rh<., iHinllv j.ii.| u few, Intimate frU'ii.i ,

,.r the mitruiMltiK i iuti, ... b.>ln.; pi.- 'L 1J'L&tItL. Aijj.fA I' J!jjJ.At U JJf14 +'r r' iIt

'..r I,

I II"I > xriMtm H a member or the firm i "Oldest Bank in Central !Florida" 1

'....1..le iturte. several liter*.h>tut.'. |I

11111' w, sue-4'eefYI Onshu.... .
1 ei, (lender" +" yawng '
Su.r..1. I.el't"K'. d J.llIlIrIII in.Hi w*|| Itk.T.' .... brMe lit A pope H. F. Duno U..I:. uul.ltllxe: I.. ..
,, i', t. 4i./r !, l 1'.ta.'lll','.cl ,1 1.ir v .'tm(t lady aitmtreU hv .ll let her ; J Tnt, [ DUTTon RAnK
- .
A 3 h \
4' << \\ It. 1 1" "i .
.\fllia 10'" disIMMilurttI. It C O. ...... Jut )O r.
I Iirnder.oa'. ......., ... h. fIhurl.t. ) I I -ern.w
.I..tI. I.lends e"tw.ut ..U.r;.." '''""". '., t\ri'
l- .,.. 11./kvt.rli..t., !\"a. I .\' vies II '..:. ... Capital FJ'I: l P3 r1 575.000 U Dt.-nuS.. re: C.

1I"'hl"'d' I ;,1\ ",,,,,,n.'r. lb. t A Card. BANKERS .. t. eas.a)".Ia. GAINI ... c.. FLt\ I J AMur..v t

S.: 01. This to -rtlfr that all otrtlccl..t. arauthorlfnt .. '...t"'., 53III' '
.. 'r sit|*te i"r .tt. In. ....!.a'.!tc t'tahll..Ia..1: .. J \.0 SI-t<<"I,"
ill .lu. t ..,1 tit refund >our %eoeey if II'. S! . COL-\1" ,
M
1'1 i .: ' .1 and ('I. [ 'I .. TH W tr
,, i I KMoa. It t' t" v, .toljr' Honey nnvi Tar fall tu cure I .7x 1

f *, a I vo w nil ... r t ) our cough or tHtlvl It sleeps the I DEPSITOH' ; .\ ,: K .N to

M couich. heal the lungs and i>r*.>,euts
N LW.M a..ery. .r t:
t .' .I. I' .. ., ( i eron| r.*.ults from a e&4. Cure* la A R..l ---- .., .....h, ...s t- a a.e.p. tar _. ..... .... I. --.... t1e.e s r users ti..sttts.e. :.' y
awl W a rwWN t Ie pap' o>ugh and prevent t>ti#.miont* %lach.... .., "' -
&rl"I Contains c: -k Cs. x -t f'I -- 4 sf ) .'...'" .-j &..J.J..I.r -.... i
'
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n a cnsumptlsst. noopUte*
,r PETFR HENDERSON I I & CO.I I.I "i <. genuine .. In a >*!Io'! IM<.kt ('.riee-.tr. .f Ihr..lt., /tile.' k_r_ !* .. !.... I.

rtefu." eub.tltut**. JN McCollum
. '.0 ( ... E .,." F4 III .& L I II

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THE GAINESVILLE 3flffl, ; OCTOBER 10 1907 f

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--' I" CROOM PUSH q CALLEC1oRsw j Ti Tr

WASHINGTON I F71 -- .

R Wants L'cense T\f\J\ \ feIiectea l| and' rJ- -
LETTER My I Sent to His Office f,IthP, )l Ptt''Y !

NEWS Tht t.. T that CoAiV h"'t'' ( ft ,-, II i-

J\u..hhll-the collect1 j\\ \.t\ 11.t n-< T" \. -

to Outcome Ran Away I for th. 'mlntel1r:; "f I ,jVVjflv\ :? :.. (t.I t.-T

1 Li}' teal Speculation as I told u., 01 letter rt:' \1.i'' fl, v .: .

rfBepaWican Convention. Tax l', '. ., ,tar l\ldi.'l'l' /(

Don't have a falling out with ('oh'l i I'in.Her 'rOIl'I\' l tirtrtitt- t .

BILL. AGAIN ' l lector I M.'kln.-oii to t fA/YtMN/\ thlection J JTbt'
It '
p SBSIDY your hair. might:: \ you
Tt+E SH 1'1 licensee: \\\ f-iMt1. ana t. '
Then what? That would mean
make lemlttance t(;* \y\\ shote: 't tlwomptroller l...

Ay* "'cal. Cog "lan *s *. Trouble-Maker. thin, scraggly' uneven, Touch \ not latyV/ 'ttllt' *".. 1 .--Hiint :i IClntl Yon IIuAe Always: Bought, and vvltieh lists hedi1h

",' try Root Cultivating Interna- hair. Keep your hair at home A* a result. /I\\( 'wr 'Wlu"t I U-se for over 30 years, halt borne the .I"uturt'l: of
I
Second to has ,;, i \f\' ,.. and lias been made under Ills
fIo",1 F'lcndlln'ru.-Only' Fasten it tightly to your scalp son got busy \ to rurhhi '' per4 -

This R .pect.Sbta.i. You easily do it with Ayer's the (collection for \\Ai I IIi'k'r'' ,If In It. *' w>iial *upor\'isiitn Hitu-o its Infancy
, Taft in can He rt"l'ur8.t'r' >" puriAtt1d'hf' \ and **** Allow 110 ono to *l.M'.'l\" ., > Oil ill till!*.
i orrt'tlJ.ndf' The 11lJ' Sun.tt Hair Vigor. It is something hope to get the tfyVy l ot collfotioiis 'I All Counterfeit.*, Imitations! ami lust-as.4MMl) ; are limit

., D. C. OctoberIn more than a simple hair dress- in l>%' the mid'tq. A//IJ"I\ prvptnt J,j\IW'rhuents that trlllo with and nulan :er the lie.ilth of

Iptte of the Met that the President ing. It is a hair medicine, a month JuflU1t> and -KxperU'iico; against i\periiuoiiU

II oet of \\a htn; ton. political specubden hair tonic, a hair food. Captain nlcklnso1.J.j'.. ;Aitt>uUou to I

,tll . ..s to the outcome of The beet kind of a jtr.timcm: l-. the fact that any m&\1\i fytfke\ ; \ hi luil- What is CASTORIAOA.
.l lomliiatliiK convention. .* Sold for over sixty: years ness: who continues l fy//11G A\ Vi i hl\'tI ..f,1

\If! "p"i: ,tn who drifts Into town, ..."' .0. T.. Co.. I.eweil M_" ter the first.. uf eacH /lIV without, I! ..toria N u luirinlo mibstltuto for Castor Oil 1'aroT -

wry tull ,'k rumor and specula- ...1.0 ..unhotur.r.9 SARSlPACIlL f of having secured a '///H, t' acting:- ,I I |-.1(', Drops and s K>thiiir Sjrups. It is I'loa-ant. It
II attitude of tbepr.jd. AJo1ade In direct violation ol /\P l\vt .
a .ot the : \ I \unIUM neither Opium Morpliino nor other NurotJct
IiOD iCtItwRY
[ toward the candl- %2l & : I'ttTt'hl, "
't.t' iti'wtance. Its! age: is! Its iuaniiit It destroys l \' rntt .
lit'' iiI, ,rat favorite BOH" He- ---- MR. FLANNA ,\V b Ati.. I H"I allays 1'everiwttuecs. It euros iarrliu'a iciest \Vlti

plbll'a: .r" .\\ov edly In the fight - ----'1&Hu.band ().'II-. It rc.tlc.\'(>H TeotliliiKT. 'I'renthie-e l <'ur,>s t'uu.t tIputioitFlatuloiiov.

tor'th, .tnoa This; speculation tantamount to a life insurance | of Former R '/htAjiie; Latly u..1 '. It assimilates the Posed. regulator&

iln; icl I...... at this time. never-: I for an otherwise indigent family Passed Away at ,(i\\A, ; frlday. '('I"n'h and lto\\fls, glviuliealthy ami lieu unit lt.'C'Jt.It. : .

mile -ti- and Is more or 1e14sttrr. lie says also that it would remove any The t Information \ -tii' tiMath: tt ' .' Chlldrt.'s "Uluu.t"u--ht. 3Iotlirs '.rh......
,. 1wt
'r I is a case of Taft possibility of war and leave this country '
"
H. S Plannagaii. w. tl'l UYred nt
?at:a,, .t t.'Id always with the I free: to develop commercially as : his hotnt in Mlanicelved V hJ ', tilts. ft"- C NUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

rot j 1'art ('f the speculator It chose. All this is quite: tnie Hut : here Sunday V \\1,I '4 tTOAt deal
"'" -td..tit will tot take a .. of the talk lies In .
t e inopportunlty Bears the of
mat of sorrow' :\1 r. .'Iti: \ ltlt/1d/\, w'Iis the Signaturo
r, tiif'elf Everything posi the fact that it come Just at the .
trd: husband of the fYfl\/ \I j 'irte..1111. '
.. 11 done to K.t further moment when Taft and the
: Secretary k
t: Sllgh; wit re>ided 111'J/ \'e.lilr for
,, "t in!Ion from the Presla I- Japanese higher officials are falling
fID'1 severalar: !*. and \\f..fV Ant quite' 2W7TThe
Irta : attltute toward renomlh candl- on each other's necks and swearing popular The svnnpil//\t l /It thy cunt
tor
a
1'.Cpr"IIf't'
eternal friendship and scouting the
c. niunitv J'o..t' out tip \\1' Lrrt'uvrdwidow
.. that there will
itkely'
u .t possibility of war Quite naturally 1 If In tier hour cl''I t J pe" 'edMrs. .

ye ar. ui" IIt'r announcement from Japan has any lingering notion of 1-'l Umagan \-V\ lritlut 1 relatives .
Kind You toe
,era flon on either of theseptnt' Always BoughtIn
m ado has war she Is not going to publish the In Ho( <'k Hill t / M the time
PrenlJent
i nm The fact in advance and the way she of the death of her 1t. M f\l'\ '. smut the
rjr+.di) .M.r..hsetl himself about the struck Russia; at the outbreak of the news came a" a fZrt"\R r1 Ala/q/ tt. hllll.t Use For Over 30 Years.

l&rd: term saving that he did notInnt Manchurian trouble is an indicationthat .. .. .
her with . .
prostrating" : V\j\ rw se.t-- e.-- n ew..t -- ,1
it and would not take: It. As I the Oriental and Occidental 'VJv'.JNapoleon

IK bi* preference for the Taft ('andl-j I minds work In different channels and '

guy ht' has given It his quiet but that any nation with the faintest likelihood Bqf1pj1R\

p :tie 31'1.rO\'al. The name cannot of Japanese trouble on Its Showed!, at the bate It Mterlltz :

I:* Mid! for any of the other ('andl.t. hands does not want to leave its be was the creates 1 1a1' .n the -- r

.... lif H not apt to make any gun at home when it goes visiting! world Ilallard's SnG\f\ \,l/UWit/ baa
truer/ t-fatt-nunt on either subject" at shown the public it \,1Af \l liniment You to visit our store and inspect the

Feint breath It H!! by no means: In the world. 4 ,fi\\W\ \ C'Jtfor WANTED I Largest Line of General Merchandiseto
The Secretary Hoot Is making a record \ r.'Jtf, etc.
|l jMivflH.lojriral! moment : con- rheumatism sprains \\
be found in Alachua County and. be
talon! less far off for anything a1 a close second to Secretary Taft A. C. Pit. Ilodespa, yv W'1f: "I

IfctL in cultivating international friendll- use Hallard's Snow 'V\f1ri4 in my convinced that we will save you m ney

ness Ills journey Mexico H being family and find it ry\AVd,) 't**" wore

watched by ofllclals here with the conflA, <-rJ} (ACt for
AJI X'3t.. "I the shib subsld bill chest headache: A PEA' PRICES
greatest Interest. He seems to have anything that can b* .AA/ltV'A, hy FI
n alr.-ad'' :it work in Washington.H the faculty of doing and saying the lnlni -/it." Sold by \.', ,.. \ ;j taf1.J'I. M.HIM.n.. Oil. |I'r kallun|| I. lac; It...., e.nr'f'f.) .-.. |I."r |--iiii.l' Il' |".un.l l c..ii ot i

w I he a desperate effort made: right thing to appeal to the latin i/0I' I 110.,., 'r..n.st''s J.-r nUl Itk', I.t: -nit H.. .n)! | cr |1"111,1 llrj |lie...f C r..I.r..1 l Ira

IK tie :: ,.iK session to get leglsla- Prof. Floyd \\i '/rltr. ,, . ... . .., .: t I. ,
American mind. and the reports; K CI far ( I 1Ia.'l&r Ii' i .1\1101. i r f" : I. ? "l'ete lit I t. 11 ''f. ,I'r l 1..Hn.1 'II't-.I"" eel

Ittoc: "1111'* ort through; This In of his reception in Mexico are decide Among; the latent 1t1\<\ I"\III"" \ to th 4 4'1111"111,1 I"'r I I.lih.t 11k'. "ce \tf\ I I'' I.. .,1 I.aerwl ,.., I,,.iln.i, ir; "''lfI'fI

ltttwjkr .> tr.tt; hat bv no means popuiroughout Belly encouraging It was lest than I staff of the Florida E:'yi IV j\lti..ttttl 1 tht- III""", t I"' "r |n>iiinl lilr. h,?

tui :) / the countr)'. twenty years ago that :Mexico: was tlon J is lYof UK 'V''i' l' II. an'"
[L1tth.:! o.ird cities realize that \ II" who DRESS GOODS. SHOES. CLOTHING. HATS. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Etc.
not only I rated an a decided! fourth- AM. who hat just aiyyVlOK \ .
.
It
Isiv w(: I w I'' ,' ,d their to build advantage up the mere If it class power out was regarded; as the hal- assumed ch.tr'e u\ (tl\/I,\/ ," 'ly"lol'" at prices 'that will open your eyes. When you have been all over town ,4'

I last!! place on earth for the Investmentof >
loaf I.ut the inland come and can't find what then to US. '
want come see
American capital Under President Prof 'Ioyd I i- .r"\I' 'llr tt'eult\ lit you
Itx .
.
l Indlfferniftit
regarded
as Diaz! however. the country has d*'- dlana but for tli.' |I.I-< -/1/ eyerw bus

IK-[*t t . ." against It that veloped Into a strong: and cnni|>act na been with the 'III\t'r.-\ily 1 V rijIts.eoeirl' HIGDON CO.'S'DEPARTMENT STORE High Springs Fla. '
,
of heavier
"'I..t pubof .
whirl* ( II"
tion with ambition for commercial dvelopment < at Columbia from ,ifl/tlltltluu .
k such an indefinite rt.r"lIIm''lJ.'NY. lli(hrt Miirfcrt IHer laid fur 14 nr < .Han, <'hlrt.,."., Egg: *. n. .
highly
. and the: ability to ahooc.rlt conies r
r. ,< to the subsidyfield
the best of everything modern Tens
w IK quite |M)->.,.lh.l).- that Lest We Fad\ I\
\ of millions of American capital are
.Ih' l..gh.Jatluu it will
Invested In :Mexico not only In mining Baby is retlef ta. nl form and will heore ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
but In manufacture. and they are regarded won't, eat, cries //il V l/"I Wf/ca11y/ : ,
additional 1 steam .
t ', I quite| as safe its Iriv' ..Kluinti. A bottle of Whit ," ('rgftl\\ \ V rrnlfuK
.r =South America
: '
n . In Canada The :Mexican 1 p*'fll.l.1 look never fall to cure. nrX 'I'oth'r I zar.r: .)5e.rt.t..Ql: l
inablv dual from '
ne a a
to tfiH countryas the nllod..1 I In cam' should give'; her habyr /i, *' Cfearn
e
re fl!|oltit. though whet he m 'rclal and inechanlial ,!h'\ t.lopm*.nt. rrulfuge Ho many C\\ ("'l A/t hIce-rl tlf't.al.y E. E. VOYLE. MGR. -

slit.n.1y! : ,.....11.1] s.a' .- and it Is not only natural but appr.e j' In pale and fr..tf
't.-r for serious ..unit prate for us to take k.-..11 IlIh..t does not know what t.' \'I f' i b(iUl. ...,.,jtjtOtir rnar"v. r hn l I..ed li this rousts thirty f.*r. tnI < t
'
of this mdldne'Inuld (P/, ttalpt U I I. thnrnuihlf 'fln.1 with land titt... ;,
In the development of the bK) strong ( .. ..
hi" cheeks and ia'ghtiI, 2/ Qtr > ---- --
Htat Just South of UN. Mexico<< will Give It a trial So.d L ,{ M tuft. .

...n has certainly teo be able In the. next f.w years to. do "(in. j E.va Y LE. ,

> sell!! earned r 'punuker more towards solidifying South Aui.-rica
Y1Fr. ACCt1EaT ntltui.l:1: A f' INHKMMTYa : I fit Ii 1. It A Ne J>: It.p'..
for the (Cov-, and keeping Central America n. 'tlnll", number of |'rnnili,rrtt Amariean and Knrll: : l. .omr.n"',
5
a just curse out in a order than this country C'fluldf'r d< T. L. HODON KKAI t-n'AT: AM CITY L fAtt4.Gn.t..n. .

the l'uhJ.-ct of war tnu it irf well that .l.e 1 should have :: H"V" t Lie, 19' lOr.1 ct.
.
n 1 I.. n'-<: .>..i>ity of sttul. not only I our friendship but our cordial Practical STUMtWiirnlon. / pUaER

,> squadron to the "I'.rt.| The visit 1 of S-rrlar.
ll ('curse !>.. recal JJ.-d! Hoot to President. Muz is a vital '
Flay"y. The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia :
L ral l'J hlau who" tot mean to that std end i>.-.ntM. to I.

'" very warm water accomplishing Its puri- .11 I d
"\er his lloch dr Public tifchwar: lVJ 1"4h'd liitahlishrdiil l M, ,
4 I r t'
a banquet a fwwj ,' It In announced from OttavtH H...' of vturcps CD tort r.I\I'\ 1( t... -
j : nnI ...1"' .,
-. t'.I' 01"n s "iutr
*. itothlng... : of I the J"rt ueanacllan nOflU..r'. 1.1 able i-rlc*.. MACH'Itj' h (' tc) ii, H ,r. Mi.. "I t '). ", It." .all.,.. |3 fA).
r itin( the H m, but to to" ..ettld b>' the prompt jN.)fn.M''' t .r h.,+ ..,...". 11.N,
lu.r IK t *.ir enough to of 'r..h.: d"watn Japan for th..1 SALE. Corresroi.der.-V ,Illltrc'd :ioJ.. f tr'KP''r/ri I'KKPAIDI'urr p

r C'oU1t"rtaLl.. and 1 Vancouver riot. and that 1'aaeewir'will I' -' g.p'... .u... -, -. ,..

..nt wht-n. the rlantrr b called on to lot the tll. Th I.. 1 ... .: ',1S--1.: : .. 1 e.1 fl. J. /ul.):."'
ar.d < I I'., Of. %.,.rS +:iT .. I'. ltf*>, ltieh and 'r
.. tcmanyon will slake the einl of tb.. Jl |iaB*_ tnrldnt I a < ,1.1'
/tal. tbowjch the T. F.UNDERTAKING. THO : .fpgi" ..If.l'I'1./ ..- t'7 n.. K.M.... IZ,7& fair r
Co from the *tan r. .
rniH-nt but the aftelr ..nsure '.;. 4.: ," of, :!'..; '!ft tXI'ltY.It" I"IU t f'A 11.1r'
.I 11 appear oth-r. to rankle am<*nK the p.ui.h. ..' CD ..- ":tifr,.,. I" ., ''t: \
Japan and of the I'aclflC..*.t f-.r along .' ,..,:''jt l. ':t .i zr.'.i( a S r 11. UT ': Y.
I' .,. .ill/ family "..Ioa/.._, ft.
: Mmto rom .
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f FULL LINK' "i e. .U..tt 11U y-" f.jllf gnarsa.i
g 8It1IaCkK) to just '" +4.. -.a-i 17L' 1 Y.XPkryM J'ttrPtin:

'h Japan, tb* fc>q-a. That Tired Fettle;. sew noou'\"lJ "
-.. putt tn print with. 'l.IYr'tKJRrl: '
Ian d.-r.-ed.. !n- '
G If y m at < for of' . Mt Ifc. gallon .2 2T Your frill. ooartXiM "
jMrtbtllty capable for work, It trut&cattJaat! "|.U VI \YI'4kTItc: /iM ; ." ", 1'KKPAIU)
it ,...Id b*> a Root IIrdn }|erblnwill < ...a:$T .1* .. ..
your liver out of \ f ftlfl 1)-., trAm tsolda7 ..".t.., ... 8" -- --'- --
plirat the Amrlji ; assist to throw nature '\f 'I '.'7r. ila'J. ,' "0.11 sad old fir I". ass.n II"
s. !. what It .would i c'ache. rt -umAttra and .lltantakin: ) I to I .,..rt. 'JY' ,: .,.h .m.'!/.. IIy tho *alU o IJ *** t'yxrHrw <
a. Hip . .' 2itbaa it would i iIt r>r".. as, am.... I Ir..a : REI'All' Y.X- f'UrM: : *
is glee and Tltallty of oorl' and I.rh : ---- '-., . __

.. ae.atJa.' fight with health .J.J llabbard TeniM Tewn sit.t. :. "' \ .t-e( 1# w. tla.I- s.it' hattag brand4 0' 1e.64 hoerlids \VhI.U.. .In lh. ...P.
1, .r .9r.t --. cleat. for ,"..
""<.0 .p nt 1n new tit two year It baa d >o. roiror .4-..,'. .iit'd! M II., .a4 estalew. P f..ps .p'pI..k.ca,

1mi : . this country Insk t tk got4 thar all Ule doctor It Is the THE ALTMAYER A FLATAU LIQUOR COMPANY

> b any power aad kd ui. A4...CO'T G..A..
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cense collected and :Ifj3 water renti

i MEETING SLEEP BROKEN BYITCHINGECZEMA collected. ORANGE AND CLAYCOUNTIES
i ON"iL
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Alderman Bunch moved that the
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: FATHERS I GO
; Instructed_to examine the ces DRY

N pool in the rear of, the United States .SORES.Bu

"iterating Session of the City land office and to report the evil & RHEUMATISM Z Drys Win in Orange by Cics- '

existing therefrom should any be 'I M a..
. Legislature Monday Eveqing. Jonty of Three.
found. The motion was carried. Alderman
'Ii Skin of Whole Body Covered for a _
around their premises was referredto
Bunch moved that II. K.. Milder .,
.\AYMENT OF CURRENT BILLS Year-Awful Itching Kept Sufferer be appointed inspector of plumb- the street committee to Investigateand CLAY COUNTV BY 20 M.. .

l> ;\ v Awake Half the Night- ing for one month to be paid $2 for report. R Ty

.,i S Principal Business of the Sea- I Tried All Kinds Remedies but each line Inspected that connected Alderman Hunch moved that the No Trouble Reported In E.thr

..sloe Was the Payment of Many I, They Had No Effect. with sewer. Motion was carried. property owners on Alachua avenue "-nun.
ty-The Contest
Was .
1-BII... and Little Else Wsa Trans- I Alderman Hunch moved that the and Liberty street be relieved from Spi M ea One,
elty attorney be instructed to drawan any assessment on the wall over and Both Sides Claimed
:; ct -Adjourned to Next Monday. I Has
CUTICURA REMEDIESA ordinance allowing property! :owners Sweetwater branch by the Hoard of Won Until the Final Count
(The Council met In regular monthly
loot at o'clock PERFECT SUCCESS around whose property Improve- Public' Works. :Motion carried. Orlando Oct. 9.-Aft-r .i
Monday evening.
ments being made, to Alderman Mixson moved that the
are pay one-
Ing election .
Thom In'attendance yesterday r*''
.
Presl
were
t youknow marshal be allowed month for
third cash one-third in one year, and $10 per
"I wish to that I hare tionists In Orange: count
Broome, Aldermen Mix
pent ; Hunch. Used one set of Cuticura Hemediea the remaining one-third In two years horse feed. Motion carried. close vote of 3
''VIdal Wlttatock and Webuter.e one cake of Cuticura Soap, one box of Alderman Hunch moved to adjourn majority ;
with six cent interest last two
Cuticura. but two vials of Cuticura per on gave a majority of 11 t r..i
following bills audited.
,: .. were until :Monday evening, October 14,
}olvent' Pills-which cost me a payments. Motion carried. All returns are now in.
,correct and ordered paid: dollar and twenty-five cent in all. For Alderman Hunch moved that the which was carried.
irtri; I\JDd-E. A. O'Neill. $6.00! ; a year I have had what they call' eczema.
ktuiders I had an itching all over my body,and attorney draw ordinance for city certiflcates Clay County Goes D
&: Earl. 39.20; J. A.
when I would retire for the night it
and resolution as containedin Delightful Informal Occasion.
or, |4; Gainesville Oat &: Klee. would keep mn awake half the night, Green Cove Spring. I.
and the more 1 would scratch the moreIt request of Hoard of Public Works One of the most delightful Informal the returns from .
'Power Kera except
J.
Company $6.84
; would itch. I tried all kinds of
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<< remedies referred t $40; J. U. Folk. $40; Baird but could get no relief. A friend! occasions tendered In this city for are In and give the dr\-
are Company, $33.93. of mine told me to try the Cutlcura The cunimunlcatlon of Dr. Andrew some *tlrn >, notwithstanding that it of :3. This precinct will\ u,
.' Jeme4iieft which I did, and am very Sledd J the mayor regarding the rattle bid I
friends
to
was a gathering of a
it fund-K. C. McMahau, COII'j; glad I tried them! for 1 wan completely Bsninlng majority for the dr.tI to ..id.quiet. .
.- Lois llnlle, $2.25; P(> cured. If any of my' friend should at large around the University friend ;ood.bye, was u gathering ofa .
h.. troubled with the same disease, 1 and between here and the few intimate frU-nds rtf the homeof
ting Company, $3. Fine and Costa
will cheerfully recommend the Cuticura
=: B. T. Arnow, $23.25; W. K Remedies, and if I know any one who University& was referred back to the Mrtt Uobt McClellan. vft..t 1.llJ..rty term is Miss lla>man ,
wants to know how I cured myself, I mayor, ait there wan<< an ordinance covering street Moii'lny night who had come
>mae Co.. $28.07; Z. T. Taylor. Slu.!< hall be glad to tell them. Walker W.J'ogiunch. Anne. Md., who commit humended. .
same.
Gainesville 207 N. St.. together foF the entertainment of Mrs .
It fund- Cat &: Klc Jlobey Chicago
S, Power Company $228. ntlica'rs'dB. 111., Oct. 8 and 1G, luou." The petition fur a light at the Intersection Alarett.i Brooks organist: at the First Miss llayniart he a vnu ,t

T. Arnow. $;j0; J.1.. Dell, of Boundary and Went iaptist'' church, and one of Gaines clever disposition and \vi .t

0>; C. I*. Kite $.Hi; VV. H. Broome. $7:1ater Main street was referred to the vIII",'.. lending niuplc teachers, to tell prove fiopular with patum-

/. work expense fund-T. II Kl. CUTICURA light cornniitt he lady godbpIrri.. Drooks. who of the school alikeis
Alderman Hunch moved that the iM well known and popular In this!*
,$7.66: GalnettVtlle Foundry and The Great Skin Cure and Purest
recommendation of B.1I1Jtc"r.: ,- KIIpertiitendent city, has accepted a traveling position
line Works. '$I>.50; CJeo. H. I\HIIH.: and Sweetest of Emollients. "
of work, with the Woodmen the World, and
Kier.$169.50 water contained of
plW. B. Phlfer &: Co., $16(1; II
Cutlcura Ointment Is, beyond queawLion in his communication bearing will assume her new duties at once.
J. K. cashier
; Pultz. the moat successful curative for
[r''K; E. Prince $l ,.7G: A. T. KH948 torturing,disfiguring humors of the skin date of October 1. regarding the tapping >> There were quite a number pr..lwllt.the .

,, ; Oalneavllle PlanltiK and CoflOoupanr and scalp: ., in proof Tons of of which hair,yet a single compounded of water mains: and hire of ex evening being passed in a mart

$8.62; Baird Hardware anointing with Cuticura Ointment' preceded tra man. be adopted. Motion carried leasing manner in music, etc. and
.*$ 0.t4; S. J. Thomas Co., Iii.OO; by a hot bath with Cuticura Soap, Alderman Hunch moved that the during the occasion delicious cold refreshments a soothing, healing balm containingno
and followed In the severer! caned by a dune drug having a narcotic effect. It
,.Ml. Thomas Co., $3.25. 8tr..tWe of Cuticura Resolvent (Lfu.id or rails), charman of the street committee confer were servedAs
C. Adatnxoii.' $3.40: ; J. A. in often sufficient to afford mediate relief with the lddhlHIallufacturing: Shakespeare is quoted aii sayIng RELIEVESquickly
In the most dintrnuilng" forma of itch-
anon" assignee $38.88: ; C. C. War- ing, burning,and scaly humor,eczema! Company and nee if hula bid\ for "Parting l Is such swrot Korrow and soothes the coiivrtMrd
..',assignee, $26.26; J. M. Dell ax-' .ra 'hea. and: irritations permit rent ane'alt'f"p bridge Included nbuttmeiitf; If not. that we could cay good-bye until the membranes and thoroughly he.Uj and

,ee '36.15; J. A. Shannon $3; moat, if and not point all. other to a remedies speedy: cure and when evenphysicians how much would the extra cost be morrow,"'thin wa the case here and cleanses. Valuable not only fur

Walters $1.25; .1. A. Shannon fail. for same? Motion carried while those assembled very much dls-, CATARRHbut

H. $43.75; W. W. Avera. l.f,0; (bra Tumor;*.rn l and, Internal Trmtnrnt .rnrFv.rr Complaint UH to condition of the bar like to have :Mrs HrookH leave, they
.:..;R: Thomas Co.. $38.95; IlalrdI ast. til Mtlmrm! <>r lnfanu Hoop OJW'hlWrri I f., Ctntnw and, .Ailuil tlif Hhiu.utMiir f n-. racks lot' wan u|>oii motion of Alder parted. wishing her much xucr<1I in relieves cold throat troubles,
< *(imtmrat MM> lu Inv./I> ek'o.sod c'utirurrn bay fever "stopped-np" none, etc
Wars I Co., $5.75; TJalneavinH Kroolvrnl 461i..for Uw rr.rm o/ tuprolui.. mau_>Hrnch referred to the street her new role
.
fdwlMl 1-llin. u.%<-. IT viol.l dot to l-urlfv Ilif Ni'< W. Guarantee Satisfaction.
s and Coffin Company $15.43; Hi>tai thmusil..nt. th* ..H I'oiu-r. lrue A <'bria.Jurp committee, to have the name clearedof
( pn. Buy a 50 cent tube of NOSLNA from
farvla, ".15; Saunders & Karle. 'M'r;: ;*.. A = ou :kln debris and put In shape within Rocky Point School.

.a, 15 cents; W. 8. Mcllowall AlftJrUoG&I I thirty days.In The Hooky Point school <>i>'Mi''il the R. B. AVER.

: Cemetery fund-Mr*. H. H :Me- the matter of the claim of CJeo. regular fall term :Monday under most and get your money back if not witi.>iifd.,
and fees for impounding cattle.
for sexton etc. $:15.e j! n. Kills and if. I. Phlfer for one favorable cirrumxtanceH,' and with u Sample tube and Booklet by mail '*_,

marshal reported $131.75. flue.. Th. collector reported $3ft2.5 11- third cost of curbing and gutter I good enrollment The teacher this Su Lout DROWN..Mo. Gr Mf-G..i...-vlU CO..,.T..m.

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GAINESVILLE FLA.

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



Small Margin.We .

t Our list of', depositorsis

are now ready for the Fall Season. New Goods coming by every train,


dayt growing from and we have Bargains in evecy Department.

day to day.



Our methods are Shoes Shoes Flannel 20 pieces\\ill !I"Swans tlin Down\\n on Outing' .J' CANDIES I


conservative and c.'untt'r''tf.ntlnt. at 1 Oc v.at't 1


t. we try and make you feel \\V an wt-ll Ii x.'fI! 011 \\ould} ,. chfap ,it I r:! I-.'.' CANDIES !


that your business :SinnSOMU:j --.. Staple and Dress Goods., 1'. 'I 1 I

is appreciated matter I:
no
t : a
t how small the account.If tt r'- lUai-k I >iain.iiul. ltlly.
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.l.nlilg i lint- at tic I" ". ,

you are not Tlif l ) C'rown lint. vici anti Silks
i Bt.: -t riim-oiatf- 20C1Ntwitl.

customer jMU'tit. at $2.25 can't )l-o
} already a .

tftlt'ltttl.) I Yard-.rfd, !:1 r. ;o;.1 lg.lu.1 i ;J",
call around and \11 < .inilir-i tpuru.
J, l... at 'nK), $1.00 \ r % jru.ir.i.

I.atlios lU-riuiltlo line its: .
share of
give ut a

;= your business. ,litT('rt-iit\ $trlt'nt. 51.51- Job Lot of 100 Odd Coats

fiiual tu tln-tsoK! at $1 1 ';5.
KITCHEN WARE
IVri ...11 AI 1. ,
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We ark located in our own
h I >ornlint- at $2.00 ;atltl \\ortli) ..1'n>::l. 'i" :."> 'n-tai.'

: building, S. E. corner of $2.75. your ,1'i 1' -itt.( tJ) i- -,: '. ::t 50c 1.\orytlniii: : ) : fur th. '*

('.u'I.. c '. .p,. ... I.1,' 1, .
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the Square. 1lditT.at: S2.5'-II-: J


t -I .'. 'ii. tu iM' )bad. Ribbons Ribbons tire I : :-hipln tnt of
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Four Per Cent on Savings Accounts. nui :n.uu..lwUrtJ1"f! *"

frill\\ lu .., ,a' 4 'hihln II' :N.1. ''I a un'1 I.. a l.il t: i 1.ha'rt1pnlr .. ..: : &i

:-hch' in all tlie grttaient. 1 Qc yardf '1


Try ur :--i i:. .. \\111 r&a\\ .. J'L j.l' I: r ,' 0& 1 : .punprice** a... I
BROS.
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$ eAINESVfl/LE SUN: OCTOBER [0. 1907


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,A ROOSEVELTIAN WAR.

GAI""ESVILLE(1ft nPt et=Pc : zj

: That entertaining Republican new '"- I

nap -rs. The New York Sun. declares

'cember 31. 190:. at GainesJldle. that sending the fleetof battleshipsto One of the Important Duties of Physicians and

seeond-class! matter the Pacific is not for practice pur
as
yader: Fla Mt. of Congress of l\larch 3. poses, but for war on Japan. As The the Well-Informed of the Worldis

t !1 Sun has unusually good opportunt
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and"Thur dayGane.vin ties for probing the Inside mysteriesof to learn as to tho re'latistan inJ: and rohabilttv l ot the leading manufacturers

Every the administration it Is alarmingto of medicinal the"nost eminent '
pblilt Florida.t4. . agents as ph> sicians are the most careful a* tu
learn its opinion that: "The navyIs the uniform qualit and perfect purity of rtmt"c.litpf\' ("ri1)'c.' l hy them and it is \\-lt.

going to the Pacific Ocean for war known, to physicians and the: \1'ell" Informed generally: that the Calitorma Fig Sr r
and M'g/r. up
Editor
t'I. M'CREARY.- with Japan and Japan recognizes the Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical characti rot f

=-- : fact and .... energetically pr.parlng. its product has attained 1 to the high. standing in scientific and commercial cm-lex which

Terms of Subscription for It. Once the operation of trans: is accorded to successful' and tollable houses only and. therefore: that the n.inn. ot' the
Sun $1 a year
TCe ice-a-Week single copies. 5c. ferring our ships to Pacific waters Company has become a guarantee of the .excellence its remedv.
50c ; "'
ItS month" has is inevit
been accomplished war
Advertising Rates: able. TRUTH AND QUALITY

15 cents 6
local} advertisements.first and 10'cents for eachnefdonal "]t is an Insane project. appeal to the \Yt.I-! Informt..) in every walk of life and are essential to p -rmanenr n

] In!
DIsplay advertisements for three. go to war with Japan nor with enjoy good health with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of IR'r'

III aDd twelve months upon at application.special rates. any other country; but the American livings all th. term implies. With proper knowledge of what is l best each In, 'ut-

liens furnished and Death notices Inserted people are apparently without recourse of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may N made to oonmlxn..

fr*arrUlfe*(. Obituaries 5 cents a line. or voice. There is little or no to that end and the use ot medicines dispensed with generally to ,great advantage, but ,

hope that Congress will dare to Ale) as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may l 1)o invaluable il' taken at the

Our Clubbing List. pose the President's plans. proper tim'e. the California Fig Syrup Co. feoU that i't is alike intHirt.int| to {pte..'m

and the Thrlcea-K eek "It is one' of the most serious situations truthfully the subject and 1 to supplx the one {perfect laxative ft'nwl"llIeli hasott
. . .$1.65
World one year.
: and The Atlanta (Ga.) that have confronted thin>> country the appoval of physicians atul the world-wide acceptance of the \\'ell- In lot mod Nt'ause

\ Constitution one year. 1.75.I and the only mitigating consideration of the
and The Atlanta (Oa.) that we are able to discern in ture, which is known ti> the California Tig Svrup Co. only

FSuhscnbers'e kly The Journal Seml one-Weekly year 1.50 that activity of the Navy' Departmentand C This valuable rotm-dx has lxn long and favorably known mud r the name of

and of the \ ,"ar Department tooIsat Syrup of Figs. -anil has attained \\orld-w ' .
the .
t'nlon one year . . . . 1.50 ' '\( t'tttflCe as in -.t i-\itllent ol
the present moment indicative of a family laxatives and as its pun- laxative pt in. ipl.-s.{ obtained from S. ,111'01. anwell 1

full sense of the gravity of the iinpendlpg known to physicians and the \\'t'll lntornlt'tl
'e will not accept stamps of tit t the world to bo the I..l "I i natuial

nomination .than. 2 cents.. crisis." laxatives, we have adopted the more olatxuato name -Syrup ot! I'm-t .inI I I. I h\u tit l

- -- --- Possibly The Sun may be right In Senna-as more fully descriptive of the tenu-dx but doubtless!, it/ will I HI\\.I\ n U,

are urged to be prompt Its: diagnosis of the Kooaeteltian intention called for by the shorter name of S nip of Fi).:x .,ntl to get its 11t'lwfinal -it.--. i- .ilw.JV .

in renewing their subscriptions. There for any Don Quixote projectis note, when purchasing. the lull name ot the I 'otnp.mx, ( .el Itotmmie Tin top t <.

,i ro excuse for not knowing when probably by the present administration plainly printed! on the front of f -\erv package, vIi, thtr ion simply call Im sn, "t|

lour time expires as the date of ex.ration but It can hardly be possiblethat Figs-or by the full name-Svrup tit Figs. and Flixir of Senna -as Svtupi l 1:igs ml

is plainly shown oppositeLear a majority of Congress could be Elixir of Senna--is the one laxatixtremedx' mutu tact ut ed Ieh... I '.iltl.nm.i" FnSviup: 1

name Remit by check stamps brought to do so wicked and foolish Co. and the same h..rt'lohrt known by the iianuSvtm* ol. "Fig. ,thn-h ha.. .M\III: I

tr money order. Don't wait until' a tiding} as to declare war against; satisfaction to millions. The geneiine'is for sale by all!I leading tlru.:giNts throughout

loo come to town to renew, but DOlT Japan. The only real reason for such the United States in original packages ot one "si/e only the. tegular' laic ft t lams II

NOW The white paper on which I action would be for the purpose of is fifty cents JJKT bottle

The Sun, is printed alone costs us perpetuating the Republican party In Every bottle is sold under the general guatantee .1 i th.. Companv hlnllttl tli.. n

iee. ftJif the price of subscription. power and the breaking of all precedents Secretary ol Agriculture, \\ushtngton.. I 1). C. th.n, tin teniedv I'" tint' adnlteraitdoth ..r E

----- --- ---- by the re-election for a third misbranded within the meaning uf the Food and Ililtgs .\1'1. | HIM, io )('.

Pt'rbal' they might get at it easJa term of Theodore RooseAelt. Those

IPf Ktntueky by trying to figure two calamities would be coexistent.As CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.

who didu kill Governor Gobel. the' majority of the American people -

are not yet daft we will still ... San Francisco ( al

Jen .audeville "toplinerB" are hope that The Sun is mistaken. Louisville J-y tT .
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I Hid to l>e paid $10 a minute. The London l.ngland. ,

tsaarrrs nm-t want them to "do it CONDITIONS ON THE ISTHMUS.Miss a
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: : Gertrude Jteeks of the Civic

T# t'r-. -I'Unt.' Secretary Taft and ederatlon has just returned from a .

I tit Put-tinastrr General are having a : month on the Ibthmu looking into
dose- race to fee who can stay out ofa'hinirton the conditions there and her report. nieu In tine Fervic-e will beve,trtnl: tli)<> editorial t : r or J"1I rn a lit tlo a profeinn 1111'.."t Will II. i M ( .oliKre. i -t f.if.tiul '

the most these days. makes interesting reading. She found Ut>ut"lIoUlt..houl.It'r. strap and hall' Inn lio\v f..w 1'IIt.\ thi 'r.ii.n: .1 with, M.>:.II 11 k.. flu \' ,' IIIK
heads at the name time. Theretor ,
that conditions as a whole were fairly : \fW ton IWt I'hn'| O' K lu' know I nrltt

Fri! it* advices to the editor of good but that they could b*> Improved the riding qualitlcation for promotion All I.f Shush |I. \f'r.' trimbut. xiipr .I.! ,.. ami'li .. I'texlili' nt l'aUl..lnk.! emssome .
The rumor about thl test fit s'hy'-l\<-nlefficiency >r f you had to keep, your tick up Thal'ungra'ss I will fur
It
n. Sun (10m Tallahassee state that at many iointt There are two classes j.av +
of people on the Isthmus the has "been H.M 13 koOk ilk- .'
an :\tra session of theIantlat'Irr .
"employees made of the Amerlanclerks months, but the Ilt tfell last we. k. Vim f. IInw.. nn the ..e.-"h il 111'1"0"1 ( Yi>K' .1' ii-u.il
Mime time in. November.' up
: and administrative staff and and thr' are tit.; oH! -.-r>t from tli.. |pries who gait out g:IMM| pllpirlike

'" rank of colonel I| "t'vro ut
t Arrt.r. n.11
laborers"" I'It
toe who art' doing the actual 'i'AS
CuDcrriiiaii| Burton la still hold- I manual Ifcl m to his'1 Congressional work. Miss Deekti says .
job says title month and sent lilt for a long; your a.'a.kh ntlllit l tl>' see mid' III UtMliv 4-.ea I I.tt\ v mil| M HIH %
n. C -loner: Sure he Is; a Job that the condition\ of the laborers rti.nl ride Then th will be examined !."".'" I. I. r-u-.ea ll.t I \. heal, i .
'y hl..IIIIH'.u.. ,before will .
fullftallce
you \ '
needs the 1u.trr I'?-law..e' Ise.-.1111. ,,.N. 'I1Ml .
more attention, they 4.
as
IS t'e ,
nd north two In the and the dlan...... are that a l ltd "fth t tl"- illabollmu, of tinxlreiMKiti < > ..lr.| ihr .il. 1. lOt t1..1 A l. !.....
te,! have not the Initiative or ambition tolielp 1 M* l.lril ....lil ... riir.aif. 1s.Orr *IMli >
iii 5 111 be re.'I.I. Keinir r..tlr..tl r : -LteIiak PeinoirnfThe '. mii MI |>l1i-.ll'.,i r.,, lu> ilrr.l lit !..... ,.
provide for themselves. Most of . ....
-- for rri.iil ii with l I.w wad 'U".'..tw ftu- t
them are Jamaica negroes or lo"" "- physh-al ii,,1..nt.IlItlit no dlxcrart'. xlltur, of The Ih-mofrut ,If ct.rrvt l>riti* r. llir fin, ..Le.1.. >..r..1...l. I". >ttn >,lie
'''pus should have bet-uhr but it ..,.... ....huar. .I tli . ..
means i >><.lii< .'il PHV. llow.-\ ,'r Hi -< .u. > MI I. ''I ,
,! I i*>.> (inn class 1ourol..arh] They take the accommodations Our brethr 11 nl the 'f', kl\ 1. 11 .., ftf l r !HnII. I1' .% U V* NI.err.
rays a conUmpoan It Yo III for lot .
promotion ofyonng.'r
me.u "i .
[: si t if it would only {' provided for them which eilTllrre pr-- who have .ever i'iit I.JI.]| .hl l fa.1.lIy ./he..ldinielPrlr.. .., ........".1s. tl., ...... rat .'
('om ai.d they will try to _... .... .. .... .
I; t no matter how bad they may ht". area ii.\e no i niir. .ptloti of tli">- ii..1 t .t. ,1O..I.1/ hoo 0
J9: :.HJIIf. all would put' up with> this! with t"couiiiiK foidtndo !. "' I ?I.r..'ar
.
l. good deal better Ihan the men have 'frerillOUM 11 h we luhll.hire nr thd.llly -' 1 ..1.... ..10'1 ..r' 111..1.. -, ..II h. ,r.rsned! as
It IM a little' hnrtl on some of .. .."o.,,,., I.. I,1a Ise ire'. .11... 1 ..."." Ines.,. ..rIli
have .
been used to at home *o they are |1..1'| ui W--ul Thdlt the arm-chair otfli ern who ran err nf The .. . XV .linr ,. . .,, .
quite hntlsfactory That the general Sun. for Itiiianre hn f. n in u' .t..e: .1 sea> ."
A ;
\'ton man married a I their tlnlnh wHl.nut the aid of n fleiii .e 1.t . .h.u.yr A f. 1\11'
.' condition IH not altogether: bail I I. working f'-venti-i-n hours. u .I..v fur I..Ipa < ... t' II.. IIYS./.,
: ,ilhe I was not his "aforr I glass and they . .
Hre naturally Mnnilri 1. If t lit it % "h. t u i
h.' , snown by the small)) death and nick r.- ''t two weeko frcilll 0 l"rl'k lii III.niorniiiie cX
\ .-. thought It over" It on the President.. lu>. they hold.
11I4 port but Miss Heeks says that the until !III m oclo' 'k at nlgi' l I.'
't t her And Mill people has a mania for i>hv..|ral .*..errf.**. He
... Government will have to exerciseery with bMrelr hJilf mil, hcntr fAr m-aK I.
t -'llan' predilection for linn.. come to tbpoint wtiere. 'In
.
strict supervision", to make the laborer Hpitef Iii e '....11..11.'d| to "fiirn' .1 fuiixl ..'
mlV tennis. h.. rider *". I TOMORROW
at !! 'lint h .
I .. ,
live {like human beings The ern- -rvthlnK nmnertt tti/ tinIm
cnn still take a flxehnrred ,rate, ;mind'"
plo>..'.." are all right and ran look lien*... front 'oolh"rlr"' || ,t-nt," r >. ff >..
,\ to be a howtjowii ai'Itnrentlv he iliw s tint err w Kv nrarnir _. .
after th..nllu.I'hut if the healthy n .rly'rtl.1t rats k..gti11R rt. iM M
lrr
"I'll life tomorrow"
assure
n Hi>ulillraii player officer Hhoiild not my
condition of the 'laborer l I.. to be maintained ,.ft1..U..C oral tuiylnit Ml'i' 1.-

ak .!pal l Jack-|>ot. for Taft I and the work is to KO IIU well, .MUCH fijiK up the .-dltorl) < "p i iWrIAT 11 i .. .' .s1. i k.w r
WORK-SMALL
: Iwith Intent on rain'I PAVe . .
ti then the greatest rare will tU'n 'I( k .: *),) > r fur
-
--
,. forcing President be aercl..ed. In keeping the letoringclasses ; :Mo t 'IS OWNE" H'P J ." at'
HIiylxMly edit ,
c/I'/ r-.ii (t > 'rand
new.pals
: in show .
or MMtlnnta
.
.
tip to the mark. This !IM a i it .- t- "r i n,. > in i 101.11'E'
make It .
lnt T" !lnx for awhile" i
that It well taken and It I lit thebetter thl' ti'g <.. |I"1' t n. !1..1 1.-
point Some p -oile| ran k..... up the hltt'r tans iiniBblp' I. not .10' r"1 i wathe i
worth" coimlderatioM lure Itcomes 1 of Mini i rftt.i.. IO' l..*...>rr..w .+
talk' in
.. e..t for K fnonfh or ton wllhotM fnjc : harde of the I'I.h..l
.f .\ walked from cap.ible and >sunult.lY I ,.. .. s'aNnrtm1/1. ....."..'il is. I i 7 7ionr
"
r.' a ,pr Kin but it taken r runt In Trtnllv church a Y *kTnMt
:: :i nturat-borti
nrll .
:smith's: I onirlal J naiicitently j hgisrr'.aa, will ..ll !pe' ,. -
a unprpjudlc (omiteiler! and 1not, nn .huH'r and a hard worker t.. rliurrh'' U .t the heart of \\1. | ter.iayrSusrl
$ and shookrelleney. .
i4t official report in any urn*** <>f the I grind out art ,inter..NnT( batch ff !Ie"18lid | I >>tr-t. slid Ntodt of thf I'Isbnp.>> Mudl s' ,p.r . 't I "..t,
'
... lH>uhtfirmly termARMCHAIR. I editorial lt> .' .w.-..Jc after %> .-..k :'tors mere from Wall. $tre.'t ,In, I a* ..1.I ||...> a.tll..1 I I'. 't.. I "i' .. .. <....t|

t' r '- convince'hat I = fur a tarns of iirTh.r. |.. nolr the HUtxip. _a. a little .h..1! 'I'hi.f'li .. I .,...1. /.,

.: r m the he .eny would chair look I I ARMY OFFICERS. I II "i'. ...I'.n th.t f tii-ire ..,hal" 'Hue lOr Iti law a mat 4ICT-iir.< btwr> I The EQUITABLE

A ff r-'rn',ii''"rntlN'. "'r th work than'I II .feward.htp. ud awnersblp t"1
Governor of C'POr.an..n' Perhap It I. the I'r...II'ct'e. ; fuult j b. lrl\at-
.l1tJr..l" racbl.
I was \ri\\
I .,loriiuf t'.... '. . : a." .-it *>"'\ F'
bl.1 I and tw'rtt.tpit 1 I" not 'It wound* r'* 15' DRAWER I ft v |I. the r.*..Ult *>f the .*M.LAI l a not lit \' aftr .. < I I. to ..1 t.. aM'

-- m. rkaLy Ilk* one of his Jck."i part "I.I rtlfl..tol. It I. ,...I M II, .r ../.1, \' .. '.- rim 11... l..*..|
'.a* .... l -t..ff I DROP HEAD .'t.... . .. '.
a schemes Hut the lE..n..1 > r r of r.If.l i....eor of lanat..1|. 1 .1,. " !. .'...r'' .*r Hi ...iCOUPON >
.. t )
t getting the credit of It. Arm < :n..r. ( Ye! all aeieR. .f at.d .. 1.1 .
de'at' ara.fttA.1 i' 5ewiNoI ...1"" .' t .. rw
we'. ho irate not ,..-..n the tp .4.! i'"i: ; ; ?|i arts tminf h*' rwlpyrrt''I r......

Iw' vldeutly not .o I ur. hor.' except frets a slut' """r..'" faith redwtras thin Hut t afaifn 'lfl

V ",.'t rise from the for going In is' t put tfcn.uic'. I MACHINE t of the botikr. of .
... year are tart <>r .wif I I sir' t.. I f 1 '.< t tI
*n k in case: of hiTX their pare rldinx a. a pr" .n> n' ,1'e': ..t ,. Pri's'e'? t. and ./test. t.a.n .
.. .1 .. .
I tp lt ".... I. 1 /j..
In !:rUt!. This for promotion This 1" little !t.,." ; $15.75 t- A araantj of rf.t"r,. fi.*t.jii

'i the old adacv of a 'f'\I. There are a let of '.-I' fm I,. n. ar..__ to 'PHI pp41I., "'t.o' 11
'
a1urit raps..1511h5 i.,o .4" Ilyr'm.
ntpg the worm. \\.hlnatoo ..rtktJ"11't\. 1: WITH orm '1.. ....tCI IlIp. meant .Ss .11,. '
..,, I alt/aiI .. ,,L,1 '" 1.4"
.. prqw
... 19 V r w.naatlrma
healthy .'twoh Itt a c.-raJ r' O..r" batMot a ssstta'r or ron.as' '
. f i. .............. .........,,. .......... we' '
I .u J
] ,. > Bold The Fort y. and .....ld not !1.. rnr..-. '" ..._. _.CJ f_t L..A .tuo ..'..__ > .. .. *..t virtually u .*. _./.!. .ij- r"? aa m pseteimiar r (55.Jitrw

C .\. ilahL. reewutly I lb.w.J. dl..bt'tt"' (roil. an ar-I. I' j,, .<......>:c r i..d..1..e'1 -> 4 kwi..w.r'4 .-l. 1. the ri Mf.l M*. at r1wa'" r.rt- rip nf a ai9'A 11'1< I' I' ,1.! > I.,. l

iu ; 'r Infnrrnantr.' for tb. B.-mt.l. ..rA .,...., ... .-_- n. wr.w I. w..wtratt 1
e _
I .' oldest mewbeea ; up la '.r> different ..Lap.a"." t ,wale t.st rv..iwt .+,1 ('r*.*-> VT*7 |. fti M*b.. a 6't. ",.' '" I .

C and the frat m i; thirty mIles on h ,r..bii It :.... 1.._. ,r y.'We'.. .re'.a.Swain5.a.f trf'tt..__ada.t.e.y.tr.wa'I."4 &I r.s ..:_ I.I M f* .irf.!>..* Mly He .>.... '* .- rI sod)

1 '.'t kte retirement is I be .."I,. a c'41ttrW.nee kt ter- .. .. n .J ,I' ." ......... ....... ..f L5A. _........ w. : i-' ft'. wfern Maud IJ.t...-'r.'T his bar d i a fa.,. .f '.
I _... .t .a.A __.., :
: rtr-.s. air n.h"" decided bump" In the .... of ;.roIDo'. : Mw t',aay f f--.- ...yI .,.e-I -,,","-. ,.r ri*>l...a..cA ...>... "f *' .r "..-.r>. .r

t. .poa11""r hu-t"'r. tko. and If tb* on<,.r. '..T..1.Vm' -ri I I r I a-. r .....tet..1-4 laGe- "Al_ I. e A Nw .: t.Trin r m--r. r..ftf ... B.* (I. a.HE' .- .

; .. ill undoubted) bate it wait for tb. ,r .. ; ':11' H 1' Cure.Anderson Hardware Co.I e. m'"a 'a' . ,, ,. -.

at ..e lr..i Go '......DI fH'od4'DtArUI'' he-*,t;. .t'fca.t __M LnCMMawy !< -.fc CM. M..ws . .. Ft. 1 u- ,t. ,r .. r..

are retired by Uw, then th. '. 1fa:'.c' r I I I. Atlanta, C*. .V W 3K M
I r 'a



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:w d GAINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER 10, 1907() -.



u a scene of shade and fount. They
I
sighed..:.and understood. After awhile

:THE SAN E FE TRAIL I i the first mountain lifted its head a

above the horrlzon. There it stood a Is

Kllent sentinel of the plains over

iWRITTEN FOR THE SUN BY. J. MV- N NICHOLS. which it had kept a ceaseless watch

'. for ages. Then came the hills, the
---
mountains, the ranges-and the Great SNOWmn
lobe trotter returning to this from the hills said to me today: Divide

try from the Illimitable steppes "Cap'n there: warn't nothln in them These tragic days are gone--th .

days", but the Santa Fe Trail. Injuns days when the Intrepid pushed their
lussla, or from the terrible rigors
and varmints." The varmints are
Conquest toward Pacific shores. Many
iff Siberia, comes with vivid I
Only two
here good and plenty now sleep In unmarked graves Many

Elections of those vast stretches nights ago a fellow 011 the bum pulledout were long, since devoured by desert

id. Nor can he have less re- of Haton to foot it over to the ghouls. The buffalo no longer sniffs the
miles /* n FOR wcirnATisw. curs.SPRAINS.
brance he Range Into Trinidad twenty-five coming of civilization. The Indian,
were to penetrate A SURE WOUNDS. OLD SORKS CORNS BUN
( mysterious Interior of Africa. No away." When he hit the Santa Fe sullen and silent no longer break'rom V/U1\IV IONS GALLS aRtllSE$. CONTRACT.

tunnel a big mountain lion disputedthe mountain crevices or the stillness ED MUSCLES LAME' BACK. SillY JOINTS. FROSTED FEET
would a foreigner be Impressed friend lost SCALDS. ETC.
My BURNS
no
right-of-way. of the plains. It is enough. It

, h e vast solicitudes of the West time, for he had a down-hill pull Into matters not where lie the bones ot AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation

'e weary reaches of Kansas prai- Raton, and plenty to keep him going. these builders of the Western Empire. and drives out Pain.
)),the far-away stretches of the all the
Ernest Seton Thompson got
The stars will their vigils. The
keep
loosens the Fibrous
I PENETRATES the Peres "Iue., promote
tacaddoes. esVnt
and the
wolf material he wanted right here 'granite hills will mark the sacred a free.circulation: cf the Blood, giving the Muscles natural
ears of the ]Heckle So used but if Roosevelt is keento
at Clayton spot. The mellow radiance of thpmocn elasticity.
"r.,we become to the "Mighty hunt big game here's his paradise.
on these! snowy hills will still
'
t,/:that In these days of comrn- I'lkt'-tbe
Old Xebiilon man that
the tumult of the past with a witchery:
iqueittvc> have all but lost {'IK**'* link discovered in 1800 that's gentle as a mother's )0Th..,.

dal'. sense of its ancient meanliiK- they claim he discovered the PARALYSISW.
though OF
1 ( thundering commerce of the:'P hulls CURED
the tourist rides In Pullman IVaki J -Is!! the first man that Interested will tell the story. Sleep on'sleepon

ab-er the foothills, the legal \ the world in this highway to' the S. Balley, P.'O. True, Texas, writes: "My
builders of thp'P t (Rest inunmarked
ye five with paralysis in
,
wife hd been suffering years
and at last crosses the Crest I UVht" At first the trade went by Ballard'sSnow
graves-ye fearless pioneers her arm when 1 was persuaded to use
.'. Over these highways h<< T.I' < --the "'ueblo that hangs along ye builders of the Trail! These Liniment which effected a complete cure. I

from the rigorous winds of a the verge of the Cimarron Canyon hills have nlwiivr'! ben eternal bate alto used it for old sores, frost bites aDd skin
nighty
"
s.. or Kansas blizzard until he / .N'Ulld i only to the Grand Canyon of -They cannot let you die eruptions. It does the work.

fcimself among the perfumes and Arizona, the wonder of the world In EST LINIMENT ON. EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS tlSCO
REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES;:
ltd valleys of the Pacific order to shorten distance they afterv.uicJrt .
BUTTON NOTES.
One IllliiLn' hardly realize th.- I blazed a trail along the ArkariF.kj THREE SIZES : 25c sac and $1.OO
Dutton Oct. .Frank In-nnH made
t has taken place river to a point where It taken BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. .
a IjiixInertH' trip to Watuhoota: I.ultw..f.k.
short years. Hitherto a northward 'ours. There they LOUIS. U. S. A.
.
orl >rt schooners liarun8 : eroded, it. made an air line south for \.
Mrs. W. I... Pratt and children are
of the wildest Kntoii I'.IBH.' and on to Santa Ke.
I visiting relative In High Springs this
along the dusty high Along this dangerous highway chI*' t. OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
week.
'
},of"the plains and last their covered teamsters brought their
Mrs. K. C. Pearson's friends are w M_ JC>!Eii ON'THE
til
r amidst A solitude*-the tortuous laden prairie schooners from MlHlssip-
pleased to welcome her home again
that led through the mighty -- -- - --
pl river points Into the far-away
after a delightful visit covering a per.
a and along the dizzy prerl- Santa Ke country on a scheduled time.
fed of several wt't'ka0 points in Virginia
ot a mountain trail. These old And now, along this very trail four
\ South Carolina and Washing
Jot the pioneer West have a great mountain railways have performed
ton. I). C. She was accompanied by NATIONAL BANKCalls
GAINESVILLE
air glory that refuses to fade. unthinkable feats In civil en$lneerinK -
her slater l Miss l.f'811leIay.: .
,)'(lathe Raton Hills of New Mexl- untIL In all the world thereIs II. M. Williams and H. C. Pearson

within full view of the Snow no finer equipment to be found than
have returned from well earned vacation
a : attention its follows
e great Continental Divide right here where" the throbbing mou- to growth as :
to the Jamestown Imposition,
,',Story finds me now. One can guts drag their string up these mountain returning Washington and Asheville -

.' imagine how one thought ways.For .
N. C. DEPOSITS. NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS
its image as the other ftl...... ages-centuries at least-the Mrs. M. V. Lloyd Wauchula.. Fla.,

finds me at the old Clifton Santa Fe. was by the faintest is l now proprietress of the Hutton July 22, (Opening day) 41357.75 July 22. . . . ... . .. . . . 52

i.deep ''In the fastness! of the trace Trail by the hoof of patient boarding II'UIIHH. Aug. 22, (One month old) 73,345.88 August 22. . . t,,. . . . . . 198

.;'Jl.anae-the old stage house of burros that packed their loads The Dutton school Is being taught: Oct. 1, (Ten weeks old) . t18.7 6.58 October 1. . . . . . . . . . 303

tta Fe Trail. This highway. across the" Great Divide. Upon the: by Mrs. K. C Pearson this term An

traffic of the pioneers and discovery of gold along the Pacific enrollment of forty-one pupils is re

'seekers out of the AU*>*|HM||>- shores the trail became the past of an ported.

lllay toward the peaceful I'u- Illh rlmag... In the days
enormous Thtv" in<1crful} growth of thi- Hank it;, no tlonht. 'the land of gold. of the d.ttck-mule It did not take the $100 REWARD, $100.
iitalil much tlit facilities offon-tJ and tin* lil') ,
to
> < as: : -ra;
4 this' now almost deserted redskin long to learn a trick. AHHtubborn The readers of this paper will be ,

'builders of the West have and as patient as la the pleased to learn that there Is at least Irugr's's'iv'4' i>(iliy of its: ni.inageiiuMit. as to tho finnnr /..

in the times that are! dim. burro yet he's a mighty timid beast one dreaded disease that science has of its stockholderWe
:-Itn'lIgth : -.
the door once hung the chief. These bandits. of the trail found out been able to cure In all Its stages, and

Efof the plains and mountains. that nil they had to do wan to rattlea that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh CureIs

key might barter with the pale buffalo hide And when these: rattling the only ponltlvu euro known to the

from the llIddltI'eat.. Now hides and yelling Indiana ixxirod medical fraternity. Catarrh being a Pay Four Per Cent Interest in Our Savings Departmentand

old highway, thrown up from out like painted devils| from Home constitutional disease I requires a constitutional

i'l c>fk yen worth. Kansason to canyon these itHneH lost their bearing treatment. Hall's Catarrh on Certificates.

!tFe. New Mexico dips h"c'kCe I As n ft'"ult-I'R'k. nultI"ltl all- Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly .

distant past. No student landed in the liovom of the mountain upon the blood and mucous sur I. - -

gory ran doubt but what lit,'r pirate j tLt't'tt of the II)IItelr thereby destroyIng ,
----- The Thirly-Fourlh Year of---
mind
the foundation of the disease.
(.Very trail fiver four hundredsago. Among all the tribes south of the build.
giving the patient strength by
; Cahertt tin Van I led his Ohio and west of MlMslmlppI; mono log ilp the couttltutloii! and assisting Miss Tebeau's and School

some Spanish explorerx., t'loxe worked.. such awful haves with the nature in doing Its work The proprietors Boarding toy

.heels canny \M italic !k. solo, commerce ut the trail IIH did, the ('0' have so much faith In its
curative lowers that they offer One H'M"IIf'd Sspteulbtr It1:, I HO;, at r.lt: ) a. m.O. .
and Cornniulo with their foe.coking .
S maiicheH I'awnees and Aral'+u hues
I
Hundred Dollars for case that It
to pierce the polltiidettllay \ As early an 1SU: !> Coteriiinent be fulls to cure. Send any for list of testi- :? :its) \nSl': MAID STKKKT: : 'e. :-: tu IaVPLLI: :. .....1:11":

beyond the suew-era.wncli. gan to furnish troupM to guard these tuonlals. Address

;.sentinel of the plain. Herer nrsvuiiH In their perllou ptlKrlinagethrough :: 1''. J. CHUNKY & CO.. Toledo. O. JAKE MOORE IN JAIL. Killed. Big RattlerS.iiii .

they fell. ITnuhrotided mid n country crammed with lurk Sold by Druggists 75c. Jln.lt. a colored l farm

these HI'ullh.h| spirits| 4)fTeredHen I tiiK ami bloodv red men Take. Hall's Tamil) I'll In for coimtlpntloa. Accused of Blocking Train was Turn. the \trrtr l.crlll. a i.hort il"t.ii| .

to the roving wohrs! und ed Over to County by Bondsmen of th. \ .
These old. lingering: pioneers i<.> city. run u .IIJ" 11 tout "

'boneM to bleat h on "Ih' nn ruth to /loth.! up their frontier m.'mort Jake \11".r.*. u iif,.:ro .hn. w.ii .11. tl..nl1k. on the glaretIoud.t

by shaft or slab -... will tell you that the biggest; rt' ''testouue, tine iIuriMK lust fall i>|M,n j IUWMI after which hI' got bnI

id thin sums hearthstone the thing that >''MH er .pulled oft on the AluminuMWare a charge of oli.trm tine H,.' S.-.-alMMr I dl.\f'h..1..] the r.*i>tll> In qui-

.'scoutti. of former day Kuther d l lid trail WMH the intiodtirtloii of the wee AU;: l.iti.track at i'.itii|>% III.b> i illnic i with a fence rail

of hmtherrtiHMl such 1111 the roi'The Prairie ('h."t'r." That crtsstl's. IIH>H the K.in .-. iiikii who has r' Mis ..vtiHke-thip\'" one of t' .

bas never known lure l.u I 15.11 i ld. John Midland told methe. lx>.-n out uinler >N,mrl.| w. .tn turned oerto i., ft Hen In lhts seriun In

faxwell. Thu. Mrl Ge.dy'.. -our "ItiitTiiIo Hill) : and l I.l .
now in jail.MiMiro itches
who hi Iped I 0 t bnr> the Inines of old I and sporting eleven rat
tbe Indian ti eu.'r. hick 'i nlll IM held I.
Kit 1'nriMMi In hl. Tio grave; and who awaiting' Mctlmi button
and old Kit 'IUJ4un.tlt.ft.. hell Ilk KatonTht of the grand! jnrat the f.ill term of I I _ _
mug' riots a giiinblliiK::" '
'hi 1 their inntchlewH fearlesenres'I'i 're wotilit I..' anywhere from t>eeiito I th*' circuit 'oiirt -I"'mh..r.:' jI j'I! Your llf ---that mutt r.'a
of thu Vt have I motile and a*|>lrutl(>n-It l.. tWill
conquerors nft\ of thei wagoiiM In .. .I lng1rnranri >> !Is' more lur.ihK} th.ui u'?It : I I
aathf'r.I." I shall never targets,: : j ou m.ikc KIMH!?
Th big!: ones 'wi-re pulled by :-\\ill last t a lifftinnkc *- *'IV itt Julius Caesar
with Mrs. Allen of
"taut I from "I lKhtn to tae tut) four mules W.,. a man of nurse. but sit kn..." \\V
'
and the that -
to flfxplv rat ''
:
the only daughter clf Kit < rtviikoct I .>ji| clean: light : ( a-\, J '
S I the t-malN-r bv from eight t" twelviVh loft It* mark and I.., t<* -tI taw mast I our traii K, Ih.Im" r.
of the f builders uf You will$ .t-njoy cook- r
hit ii4111'
r '
\ >Mi ", ...1)' to strike vtimpM thes > t>.*for.. his time." Sickness In often ; haf- II". r.
bty W f>t TM IHTO used ut would, ikwlng. the lead wagon" Into a iI1g if >oti U"4' Aliiniinuni caused tr M torpid l ]livi r ll-rl. >tn*
lit 1"*; and hist.utit '
oas rtli circle until It c.tught ui with" Uw last \\ a iv. will roKuHte your li*.r anti give'u

,- .t. etul.Irry At wugoii' In the Hung In this, ,'Ir'ul.rfc.r.1I health Mr Carrie Au.tln. II..I.a, A "Bilious

the Tr -wr where Inn, tiey n a 1e for h.>m..'I\ .-H a l>.trrlcrtde Kan.,.. N rlt >. "I rc..ldt Ih'rl.n.: "
in ALUMINUM
against the utt.tfk of the re.1 l Everything the best: uir.ltcln.> I ever b..ard..t I Attack.
-was A i *>rlid N '" u the : .'nta devils, In thv sully liit>rulng the headwogoner am IIcy..r without II" Sokl by W M

.*.was the pn',)' it...... ,'ttriK: link would.. ghr the nticiml for thhre.tktnc .. WARE for the Housekeeper lotai.i'n Symptoms Sour stomach,
K and the tltl" \\'..
the! ant sick
mouth
in
up i>f ciimiv S'HIH. down" th- nasty taste
'ot the old. llugtrliiir ti r.. Mf'd'C"l Co '*fl f' O*.*..
HIIH
long line, the te.. tiii>ter. would"" ..11 .. headache, sallow complexion
.. (5ha t" N c' set ? -n..
All', set!" tr.'tch out! ** llelU.wed the world your enemy
North 4' Iaetttst.1"sl 1.\lecr: Oeea'
; .,. In"'- and the l..nlC Cause.
aptstn-"Fall
C0NDTIONI: ( '. .IT"t'! 1 1'0'1'1' t httmral. t 1 uuk r-, Its Cftr1th 'es. .s i.r. Prlday T; eu Constipation inactive
..tilU '" u.,led swing" ; out Into thei of bloc
s-Jm wa"iI" 11'e for.: nJf'cccr.r liver overflow
I I' inI'urkfV I II'.bt'ft't
I'li'l-linu, .
: ., eats the bea. .ttif: Ties batltling ea Vr.r into the system.

\vH. ,1M"| '" and tiavs the unbrokru 1'r\ ,tr -. '1"\-.1\,1 J'f/- i (""'II..,. .tr_. "\I' ter !_. nr. Relief.

SAtf-SKIt D ..l the Ml**!"*. "''lito! nlnuwit tin ''on. .r.helC ..:. ...,...:r amiss' Treatment for tw

r \ ',. The htntli c sand d 0>tt ... UNIVERSAL BREAD-MAKERS and a>eat 74': sts4_U hat. m.: nights before retiring with

r .irv WM'te* serf Vrokrn shit.bUTAl' M! a .. <- *:1' ". ulale..

n w't cow Rsoac that UO"'" bruW5st U". ;' d' -..' c nls

r MI ( \ II :i... I '", plain. and thrum brikkwwus t..tl I. .. For Over Slmty Years too Tofc rtucn

SInslow's Sor tt!Jar Synrt t.bees .
rc
*lath
aFR. l*.a sleep
One
i>.t. mt used tor c:1I11-1r.o.l teeth!, anightdon'tworry,
nS.VAIOCS5'55' J *%,'\. kwhen ,'arlh. At Intervals, : : (! It

.w.re :s cfNT "w..., I Isu.twt5.45 the : n,11.r.. but and the lAIRD HARDWARE CO.S.lMii ootbe the child oTtvas th* gruff i well and Natur.'Udote rest.
+ .... T.. Va.s Cts.THE .
nn.Jatut5 ttSt .. .. .
... mtraa. allays sOl pain. eurwe wbwl colic.s
I wind r bU..rh. a t..dq isTt11'1)1. UANtiVX. 1- AMEI.WtILE Ala

w RrMU1Ju would paint OQ the d: .* 'rt sky ::. TIN WAKE. Ue best Bs4y for dfarrtoel. ,. R. S. AY* s' ,. .

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t I 6; THE GAINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER 10" 11)07)


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DOCTORS lJ-7ISTtd."ES I It Wasn't M ,J. Ward : Notice of Application lot TJI.. Deed NOTICE-SHERIFFS SAUS-
WADE '
DEPOT AT "J Ward a w'1.kn" ", i : i promt- Under Section 8 of Cnapter .33) "
six feet' undeiground.
Ar stld" often to be burled l >tree' is 1\1.i e\ "1 itI ..
But many tirues women call 'r% ; n. .t citizen ot T.h'1I1, \ .1 wa tit Laws of Florida. I t 'liv v ii'!lu" ol r t . r I.:; "

TO GROUND their family J\h"ldl\n! suffering. a< th ; < ;.nnes\llle' :Honda'. I.til. ,1 At The NotUe-' I- li..r.li Mtv-ll th at .I',.!rr ,,ii i-Mleii ..\1..1 tilAltchlll ,- t' .. =-t tr

BURNED Imo glee, one" 'ruin dr ve.-tI31a. a .Tfrhoxrt ':'. office and stated n! M. lolon ;uirli.i-ier' alt t l".IX Ceitlcates ,.: : t'i.unt\ Klot.' a
.1' th., .
disease I another from liver or 1 1ney : papert :-;' u..7. 71 :!<7. 9 J::. ''s. lo': 114H . t. mi\ .!itflmiient revoril '

I disease. another from nervous pro,.- t 1..1. published an annotuu! tunt in Its >''. 12 mi. i I :. .->:j. :h;... .;7j .LII.I t ..; .t .ludanomt H"ok s .

Early Sunday Morn'g. traUon another with pain here and there ?t. ; timber report' of tl:.. i 'ioce*>tllngs ::::a.? >. \Ia t.I! the 4th ilaof Septeuibei ii'l < '.salt w liere.u K: t .

Calit: Fire and In this way they present alike tj ,' lu lto.ird of Counts. tiimisslon-" Itl.'. has tiled sail rtlt1ateH: In luottlie > 1\ .nal' I .\.1'1111\1'\ l n. fhitt ,I.

Loss Was Complete. themselves: and their easv-aoliijr! or o\r- . ami 1t.1 made application for 11'j.. .11..1' the tirnt nattv' .sF .
,. and busy d,it tor, separate diseases: for which that among! others. h. hail "com- tax deeds! to I-HU> in ;1&\\: nce'' with : I' 'htll' k tli'II HI

he. assuming them to bn such prescribeshis .' t with the law" etc :.ui.i hall beMi, law Situ: rtitcates! embrace tin 1111" h. I f.-- i't d-r ,. . ,
pills\ and potion In reality, they are
ROOF WAS IN BAD SHAPE alf only 1/mpkm. caused: by some uterine i ,ted a permit to own' and carry a follow" ing described proport> situated .Iu.. I W ., 1 ... .

THE disease.: The'pttvoici .' "orant of theofuse ...1.1 in \ladun louiitx "'I..rillhl" tfNw .h'rlft. .)f ( it.. Iltar,' uf F'.

: of sutTorinp. Kvopa: up treatmentuntil remarkedir V. i>f Nw-. t 4 Se,-. :S. 1'1'| '.' S.. R \\ I. nmi.11 .1... sheriff \.1 '.
his I Is not correct .
e* Were Badly Decayed and I arse: bills are m d."I' .erlnc 11 K:.-40 a .resSe4 'Ollnt' 1""Id", : ha e i Ie.\ 1 ,t;:

SI Combustible-Riley A. An. patient gets no beck iVi>w 4. the ti I Til. "1 never had occasion to carrvi of Seta Sec t 1. Tp I.' S R 14 'will ....11 h. "t rh.. ." 11' sN ,t.1t I"ut '

.MS'\ '' )Y wrong treatment llVf but Hr.7r probably. .wtirntv ,, ,*+ i : iitrftol In my life and it looks" as I,:. --1.1 acres ti.lltme'stilb'. i"1irt.I.t. : .. \\.n t ..

li-son. Who Used House as Store- r '1'1 y tnr on iflnf reef I f u hough I was about getting ready to 8.e'. of Ne" 4 Sec. 11. Tp 7 S. It. leeittlt h"uI'. "r ..110. .na \1 ""I.n that w

Heavy Uoss. a" r > ,w 1 I. at'" ere I:> 1 K.-4i'\ acre Ith "a)' ur:11: : \ ,'llIt..I' .\ : 1911'.: .- '

Room Suffered by ai,p iiinc all l those tiiilrJ-Ulji II symp- I do so. I have no objection to the NS" of Nw i. and cwt, of Ne-' '4 and amtune, hchtg a h"'g.1l ,.11.. .1.$.le to tha

adeh October: 7- The depot at toms and Instituting comfort Instead of : fellow who wants to carry a guti. because Nw ,4 of St' a..4 S.'e.1: Tp. 7 S. It 1 :' blithest and h..t bidder h"I'.Cur for
\\ prolonged misery. It has been well said 'J .h. the 1,111" .. .
fire In many instances It may: bo t't 1111 . 10".1
at an K.--I$0: l'r'ltt"rt
by .
,
debtrojeu t.ba\.a disease &known Is half arr.s.Xks
was cured. |
'Wal. situated I
I lying and h'III". ,
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Sunday morning also au Dr. Piorce's Favorite Prescription Is a an absolute necessity but I have not and of Sw Sec : \lachuatcouuty'
> I.r8'-.a. Net4 t4
ear" hour I ; 4 : "'lnrl.I... tort' i I'
l I.. box car. which was standing scientific an experienced medicine, and carefully skillful devised by I "'et arrived at that stage and I desire", 7. Tp s S. It I lo K.-12 U acre | r.ixt: half of saint hia .'.u 1 ,'I'h.r and :

A close to the depot.r and adapted to woman's delicate physician system., 'The Sun to correct this Impression. Sw >4 and Nw" \4 of SeV4 Sec 2''). Tp '. the noithwe.nt ini.irtetwest ". .. t1Art11.'
In '+" Aiding 1 S S.. R. :L'O K:. :l'i,".) .
tire Is unknown. It Is mad of native American medicinal rite oRlclal proceedings of the Comu acresNe iuirter.| ncctlon ::: t ., ship 11E
.' oripln of the roots and Ms_ perfectly h armies Jn jtaffffCt '4 of Ne" .4 Set-. 21'. Tp. !* S.. R 1:, ..tI'lth of r.uine twentv 1.' .,..t
Is that It caught < in jjootaitt, ine sinners are taken from the 11llIlIh'I. \ K: .- I"' ;
t1 1 'I i supposition( ( any "It or ffTWlftA teenst.m4 | 'I he ...1 hi property| hatli: .a,u lass.
.UHk' ? uk :and liiveotigation it wtst'reed of Nw' $ '. r. '
slnn train. The shingles upon 4 ( TI t S. It 11.1 uponis the .
; .i ;p.I$ i {proper .1.1 mist.I
....ary'! rotten and an A. C. I.. YorlUt:* Prescription powerful Invigorating* imparts strength tonic "Fs to . that It was not M I I. \Vnrd., 13::> .F--tt) a..rt. I feiulatit .1 I l K. ......Uth.1,1 1IIt111

? here to repair the the" Dol. system and to the organs distinctly I \\. J. Yard to whom' the permit Sw tt 4 of Se' and\ F:', of Set.* of to s.ttit\ "..t.1 e\e'111 fuel ail ." eats, '

m,'n were feminine In particular. Fw overworked +I t' granted. There N Inc such :1 Sw \4 Set- . 1'1'I ; 10 S. It 15>> K.acre :.--<;.. I.V. FF"' 1

:\lonJaj' morning "worn-out" run-down1." debtli *. S>'i.riff of .\II'h".I"U' F'l.t

;ire started at the front and a tated teachers milliner. dressmakers; I -i I I. !ilaritj of Initials the attl.e waot S'-a of N'w; I. anti Set4 of t Sw t;. Sec '1' II in.l.lS: .lIt. Aifi (.., foci

burned the seamstresses. "shop-girls.I housekeepers, ; . i !I.'. :31 Tp. lit S It !I/1; K: .-I-::" acres. I'ltf"'llrI'tOTICEMASTER'S: ,
Ef' rk, must hate: ..through nurslnsjtnother*. ant> ff'f'hl"! women K('n- --- S ,.2 of Se 4 tier !''. Tp ll S. It.
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fell\ inside the depot which erally. Dr. Pierre's Favorite Prescription I ,
f", ,fl,1..1 1 I: -M acre*
Id the gmatest earthly boon being unequaled Marshal Arnow's Report. SALE,
d i the conflagration I'I'ft I Mil an appetizing cordial and re- Sm... of I.ot l x :;.,. :". .. Tp S 4.. It. 19: :Notlie" I is tiered) ul veil that mindettul .
i I'ha who' think Marshal' .\I '
'iKh the heroic work of the storativflRonic.As -e now I'-I'' :acresN'a l h> \iitii.. oi a certain. tin.tlreiutereit des

s the balance of the town wasE a soothing and strengthening nrrr I 01'i -'.- not properly. attend to hits duties -. nt I and :N'' .., of I.ot 7 Sec. 3.;. l l.\ the II"l1nr .hlt. J T \Vlll.'
Ine "favorite Prescription" isun unequaled Tp N S 1 R. 1:1: i I.: xii IH.ro.
destruction. The depot and Is Invaluable and <'iently: do not knowvhit the are jladi.of ti'u<< ,'lilt I" nirt of th
from in allaying subduing
.
1'q Sec ::1.. Tp l'S It. H'! K:.-
npied by Riley & Anderson nervous excitability Irrit a bill tr. :ilking about. This ,'III'ut, oitlierer 32" acres i.UMIi .liull. i 1.1! 'In'lIlt nf Florida. I
a ? nervous exhaustion! nerrous prostration t I anal rue .\III.IIII.L lountva In t'hautwrxilttn.c
.warehouse and they had about \ OH the alert fur the Interestsn U.t 4. lUock :2. N'ewberr:
Vltu'sdance
neuralgia St.
hysteria, spasms. II'' i.i tain i au"i for I for
S in merchandise In the depot. and other distressing nervous ..n i safety; of those whom he was Ihe said 1 Ul'l lioing aw.sexie,! tt the closure of liiof ''(.'p.e: w" erelll' A.JIclhnmahl .
"!.ite of the l Lstlatllyalt Kiich certlMtat .
commonly attendant
saved and the loss was symptoms upon lilted to protect, with the remit tint I | 1 Is i "I't.lI\Ir.lllt| and! &1.
i; was functional and disease of tliutorii > I II
organic << .'''' Iii the name& of t'nknown.
T. i. the above firm, with no In. *. It ImlucoH' refreshing sloen andrelieves I it r Isla I come' to thisislfut' where hn..e.in t.u less aid tertitltates shall, be rl"od..III..1 Jones anil hli wife. t.iZlsti.. Jonare

i mental anil I.tr an<1 desnniulrnoy. "< !lined to break the law ate watchful I uctorillliK to 1 I..w tax ...... .1..r"II".IlIt -. ati.) fo in 5 rts {I'.a i
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Dr. Pl, rce's Pleasant l Pellets Invlari>rat i-i I Mauler .lIre''I.1 l I I'M .\ I linther.Kiich .
.r! his whereabouts I will l 1:4: Mie ttureoTi on the ;Ji.th: ; .1.1'' .1..1
the ,
stomcb.llvpr awl bowels. One to i Si".- 'I..I l l Must' will sell bet

SERVICES WELL ATTENDED. three a do.e. Easy in take as can \\'It.Lt. ottlclal slit IIH tin.amid
mv
-- for September, to the ComuilMonda.v seal this the :.*th day: of S".|it" niber.it h.tween Iii.I.q'(1. hours
sale MOII.lathe Hit day ofvemlwr
Rally at Baptist Church Sunday MornIng Piano Is Paid For. .. nhht.'h"'h." although m.lynot I ,n7; s \VIINIKS: ; .: on .
A 11 'I'l'i : It. same be l
and Evening Was Enjoyed. look so creditable to the morals Clerk flrriilt ("nllrtI.Idlua t'" 1,1) \"
The' ice cream supper and danc at (1"1:11 *ale, dav to the highest and

t nw( grand rally services at tht"T.r Mr I ami Mrsitl I Tucker's last Friday I! of the city. shows HI least a creditto ,, Florida .- -- .-- -- - bidder therefor. for cash. the followllilei

I the diligence of the inlity for('e. l .crlbe.| {proper, .ellllAted I lyt
H.ipti.st' church Sunday morning evening was quite a success All | I !' oTICI'HKRIF'F1.1.:
and lM-lng! In Alachii.t Klor
n evening to welcome the pastor. the Doling folks", of Rochelle and quttea I The r'port| shows that during the I, Sutler:' U hereby then tliul ..n.'.., what r>vttrtuv .. belt county
: of a .n..Ln eii-rutl Iswif.l out orti
I Id" S K Rogers/ who has been In.L.slmre.i number of outsmf-towtl oung iifoplewere month there occurred twent' ) .eight,. arer. i iI ,'.panty Jwtre'. 1 ..p.irt ..\terhue'oust.. I I.t Four HI 'Illock fort)..two (

.-sts, from which fines ainl cost mire .,..,101... tis'u a eertalnwldnrnl in f.ur ofi In Her t loti three 1.11: township' .
for the past few months
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present KverjbiMly enjo) ed the KtMiiM. M.nura>*turiiui .>ir|'..i.. Witinllit xmlKAlfwt
'( .T. thoroughly, enjoyed and highly danc mid fine timeThe rlve| aggregated; S1"K7.:, There wtwentyseven ,'rt.1II J. II :Murllli .r..I..n\ rrmlrrr In ICI south mime' seventeen. 117.( I
Ing .
report .1
/ t!I I a certain' otlon for '...-..t'U..jr.- of lien In . renting"; The morning service esji young people of Itochelle at head of tattle t mind kings/ : txln" e.n ....., 1'srtle..sel\ ..p...utloil < dearer amt costs ofII.
> *lntf >llr 1 f ni..|II|. M. rKT
arrested for the violation of the unll
', 'ttlh "itS.n attended, members ways know how to have a good time II i(I i of Alnohui ooulttv Mori.I Save ,ell.dl l ufoni1 A TIIKASIIKRj

g:Mfrieiiiis\ of the church filling the \Vt l have: the piano In :Martha IVr nance prohibiting them from running .Dd will.. sell .a ,...hllt. .put.taeore ,.... (<<''''11' SwH| .Sal Master Iii ChanT
I I _
IU.u
d.s.r .t etrlliesrUI.' .1"101.. min Nom II KM.IS: JR Solicitor for
nHBr The service was most Ini- rye Institute now paid. for and we on the streefs.} and the liiipoiimllngfeet /: .T the .lh slat .,: :s..,..rnilr. .\ l I' |M'; I.r
seen UM l.wol( h..ur. ..f sale! of ..!.! <1... to {pltliiiint t'HILL ,
i' s.iand tr Rogers!: for the first wish to think Prof J. II. Owens for amounted to $13.,0. Ihe total J| the hitfhrst BIM! m..... t...,.,.., lhrrf rue

has felt able business for the month ran to a total .....b. the ,..U..I""/ Ieserits.l prsatrtvsitu. .
taro he to occupy the what he has dom for the school : aleso I .,.. hindg awe I-rind' 'n Alsrhoa cuuntrtrl.wbl. Milt Ill\ IIMI KIn 4

It fIt.ult.Nu... talk on 'A Revival )I the young people' who have taken of $1 I:!I.7.:;. .. town tfce ilre-ult 1 r o.irt tltfMh: Jo.||.,l.l 1
I, :''li..n"....' ..u..n..r 'oo..h.! ..Ilaarlerof5rrllon .\1...."... e'...."., 1'k.rkla.-" C'"..
Method j such an Interest In helping/ him NVe Ill. T.n.hl" I. "' ....'h. I.n.tr n I'r.l John llronn .... 1.lJI.U.'n' INU fn
to the I 'Mie *uht l.ri.1.ert? tiAvlrtif heen 1.,1..., uontta ...n.e. t,"..., of i'ohIM.tl.1n. rIL
rstog very disagreeable COII- feel that Prof Owens has done more
CASTOR IAFor the |"ro< ere of I.a d defendant. J II .
"iii I 'm i>f the streets from the severe'afteriHMin 'I for the Korhelle school than anv Martin ....1 to IM aoltl .u _tl.f, ....1 futlirnienlit Ble.1 5'Ip.onr In thea hr.t..t..r .i aflUrtll.e >..... costs. atxl the lien Iheresif un n .a..1 Iw.,1r5rtr ,.
rain the evening service'wa other teacher who has taught here, Infant And Children. ...In. ..M jiM'ynient I>rotkte.l1'1u15h In-name*!. I.ijil.I4owt.lb.d.f.rl.a.unknown and that leers_,

not as largely attended an wan i iI and he Is very highly honored for The Kind You Have Always Bought' lahrr I I.a. luu: I. \\ KKSNM.UI ; : .twiraon. In.I e> Atete of /l.wkla toi1.
ul>t >en sIran whom woubl Slid &M-
AI'l/I i gated and hoped for; but nearly < what he ban: done PATHOS . t..I" .\'.Chu. .'uuilr. 1..1. itefen.lnl. .,.., that a.M ...,."',.., tot..
K rl.l.lK: JK I.t.ll1".1llrrrsr'NrtletE .
hundred arfe of II tears: It la therein?. oritllle <
showed their devotion Bears thelnatuIS
to / said n .a..akies t..f.nd Mt be Ssd.yrr ..

< hutch and their pastor by being I.I.T Card of Thanks. .... I0t : n.1.1.l.t.Ii ATlltS ItIUrru 'r.\ i ,la"all to ai..eor to Ine tall of U
.
l 'In aUI reuse u? or neftwe MotMlM
; urtmFH I s.rln! . a ot' i'I/u9'F.It
if nt despite. the"weather coudl- .
No
IIh d." of &*mrM>r A II lUiiT nth l
j- .\t this serviceDr.. Rogers adI Hditor Hun : I desire through > i>urpaper I Ii. /a'.. '..\oWI' ().' ILaItlA.. a tie/ali.5. ..a of ..... )ioU I sill t... 1.Y.. 51*

to express: A word of thanks 1oMian a Null.. K herein tfltrn that .r..... tlr IIUliK 1.- Ire aeki AeferelshlIi M'..
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.. .1 I his hearers on the . Is fxrtlter riere subject. .
Hradley superintendent of the. |>rlfitf> iMirelMknvr. of I . Urltltk'rl. Su. $II. ,,",two, .(sew ... t.... .1.", c><_
; d.ueIbrn.1l.vof..s/.,H lw... N...n l.xl s.klentini .
II'I hI//( the IMncouraged\: l S . ". in The < .lalnes IUe wan ew
ho-i tI.ltal| at G.ln":4\'III.! '. for her extleuie 1 1I ..t. In Inv umi- .,.. !>.. IIUMI* mi |4I...* ,...Iol.h.... II. ...... ..ouniy milt ital.tam. .
Rogers Is /gladly welcomed backEpworth lion for Ira ile.-.l to I./w In ........-i|.n..e vim .' wih 1..4
kindness to me while there $ M lass !'ot.1 i per I ln.'i>le ....t.,..... tl>e ,.follow./ ..\10". I/.'''WIK1.mPs1.rM e : l.iroultV C

,.ulplt. I also to the lIur!..'". who were kind amid' i1e..ril>*r ..f original.
I'. /turkle. ion li Heat! .* II VVIKSitKH: inerK. <:ir.ull
'. attentive to me. and to | )r .! II 11'. li.M-K iv VV I.e. (..,.(... hj.l: .lr Addition, ',' "".::11 I. t A VVIIl.s> van r. Inf
League Study Class.ttnnday In Town of Mltfn Berm rfs. lie
Ilo I Stifle r: >K AI"1'l.li .tTm.J, rn'.
evening the KpworthMission the hsuenrr of sash cerUaeeis I" Iar n.n'
congratulate the I nple! of ialnesvlllon i.I of Town sat Ill'", !'t&FrntfIdlest. .. 1.\1 I'NIir. Sr,' TKJ . >K. ('IIA
Study Class of the having In their mlilot such grand I MM frttineair .h.U Ir. ...1....--.' .". \\'
sea t. \ (lr rl.llUIIANotl. '
. \I..thn.lI..t ..,.,111tI t church met at the Institution equipped with such a competent ISIS rt.r f>l lk, .tr>>''T' A II I',.': .'e I* erel.f l'en tkat J, t: 11s
.. of |ir..1. .V. McKiustry. Hr.re and nofile I ".) )V1J ii I'O'JJHTIiQ'l \VHrl ounature. mod ei irutr earth Iarehwr .r.'le. /Vfllesai. :J
minager; lIur1Oktnt..r G; \i)., ,>9 t.tri il.* of s>" |, "' >t-.. A I' I.; dated Ihe Ithilaf ..? 5ri. |.|...aha ". A II, It
fievetiteen members pres1 : ( 1. !:><)?. J-:;. KAII.IZVNotice N II VSII.S..rlerlt :- flle.l, acid" eerllesele nif oftvna, .
I s-i| C'ru.e.i>urt AI.. ".>. I .. Fie male fllealion for la* i her) .pleasant hour was : : . ,....,.,..'. with law fecal. ertlO aV

11 the study. of the new is ok. sear.he Latter/hd loss'it...' "' _
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to Our Customers. Irr1hilt: : I'l Ml !' 'I Ii.SI ....11. AIeehua, ........, ..,........ Wsi .
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led the ci.tss. In the recitation are 111-a8"'j to nnnoiinc that N''>tl<*o k. ....,...., tfl.rn Ih.l Iran.. .1. II "'"t... acid lai.l '_1"" /.s5.e..1 e. 'NIt.
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;, a THE GAINESVILl.fi SUN: OCTOBER Hi, )IJI07! ;

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-- came to see his brother. C. 5*. Parker Grafted and budded pecan trees J lUinev ot Charleston; \ --- -- 1
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OF CITY ANDCOUNTUONDENSED wbo is confined at the Odd Fellowa* I bes varieties for sale Prices furnish..l clever JOUIIK who ... ,",, jJurr.rt.ey'a IUay Ann
NEWS r-I niKii: had: s '..r the best print..l aHatl.a..r)' call "
Sanitarium from the effect of a surgical on application. K K:. Stokes.Camllle to make tun home here ha n e ..( i ":lo' Sun orllce.
but friends-will be gladto Fla.Zits. .
operation a |M>!>ltioii "'I1II'.r..rlh; at the.t
It'aru. that he is getting aloti I .1 I 1'\1'1"1..11" of llarue '- ."" tra.ila''
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I I C. I K. Holder and son William.W of J. II. 1.1.11. the grort r'I1.\ . ..
nicely.H. W ..- in the city from Ha;:ue > t'st'r.I. O. II. Halle.v. who has been III f..r' 0 t resterilay.,

of General Interest Gathered I.. Itet the of Arredondo section Il I.tMrs.. Holder In one of the llll"n. I |axt fewdavs.. Mr lUtlvv: ,. fr I M :McCormlck has son t-->
bitten was In the city yesterday. Mr. Ueville .- i I' residents of that section of th s>.mp4ithlze/ with hint In nix ilii.aitd .. c '"5s.'r.. she will apt-nit a few day

by Oar Exporter had with him a petition signed by a c unt\. '. Cruet th.it he will S.M>II be '- : . litF' \ .'. -

large number of residents of that "section :Mz-s: Dorle 'Kills has returned t again 1 I ;M 1 H.t.., ., prominent CltUen of
AND SOCIAL ITEMS requesting that the route of a certain 'I i till-T.M.. w" s. business visitor
t' PERSONAL. ;&1.10. where she has ben on 11 \ i.. l-'n..1 Riiux left vesteriafair to
hard road be changedfor I ,,, Isis s..r..i .l ,
proposed .
of > .-\ 'ral day2.to her *.h.t..r.t: r. Uinta. 'tier.he will resume his > j ,
I I Wltat Has Happened and What isGoing a distance of a mile, more or U'ss. *_ha. .\.. Marks and nephew M t .t,. ** ies in the Atlanta IViital Coll.a L For stale: ,,.>'s t.." .... choice orance

to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs which he presented to the Hoard of. Marks. will l lie Johu..1t Adel Ga tiv, fur 111111 ...1. If.> -h'pmetit.!( M J..n..1. .

So That "He Who Rune May County Commissioners at their meet )Ir. InllIr: >l. S. G Gay of ) \ Mixson and Hartrldge! Lee. two . Ta on,., ,i'I 1.I 1.

It In The Sun.7oLs'cX ing. have removed to this city, and 0,111..111.' .. (t>0)''', who are atten, I j Saiiford fnaiuU i ,n, ..r 'Iacontlt I taM :t,
'Read Contractor Ileeman who has the make their future, home here Th.. the ao.aUlt.011"11:'". Fnsl Is a I' .., to hU. h"ts..- after a brtof

/ JIla1l' Daily Sun: contract for laying of lateral sewer are pleasantly located on :North' )
McClenny of Cadillac spent connections states 'that the work Is versity street. for him u /great< future In hU, (' : **, I..n.k liainl ha- g..o.., t It Tailsk

Sunday with" friend In this city. progressing finely. Many of the .. profession I ....... abet.site '
H M. Kllzey. Jr. of .:lIz.-y. l.. \ 'to Ittl..nlllC. the
\ E Plnholster. a progressive farmer streets have already been completed county, was in the city >esterday. Win Kvan-: of Island Grove a t ..." ('.,1\\..,.::., fur Women ..... .

of Drcx>Wer. was trading In the and he Is now working on Arredondo was en route to Tyler where he tee of the l...laml <;rove sub' <\ I A. 8" Gtlliter H* well.knov> >ltI."",
jesterdaygate street. He expects to finish the district" and i C; cit accepted a lucrative posit. MI with Miratsmilo'M ass trauaa.. : boil l t
New .aecond-hand cane work as prescribed by contract In six log vlllaKe. wain the .. .
for -- Tyler umber Company. city ye" .... In this flt.v etenli\
Irst .mill [ Mr and Mrs. J. II Trut.y and KoleKidney Cure wi l u.' .
Gainesville, Fla will be placed in active commission. school ,tl..trktlr }:tans Is anynot
pone drew have returned I tu Portland. nf kidney rouble thit i- b-s.
la-p.'r Malphurs has gone to Dow- The new book typewriting machine after. a pleasant I..it to relatives& the leading tin/-IK of that ,' j Ud tnedUal aid J. \\'. :\1."i '. -liutu k
lint Green. K)'.. where he will enter which was purchased! through; R. C. Their numerous friends regret s.v'tlnn.| and has done a great l .
College.For has for the adtamiren.: ..-nt of hi* vll.)
Business Davis & Co.. Jacksonville, now
tae Southern they could not remain Ion,.;er. F..r Ha'Twa Acres l.m.t
In been installed in the office of Clerk tliiatloii.ill :and ofh.-rvvlse 1 l'ts 1
Sale-Crown organ; news George Smith who rec<'ntly ( room. ham cistern I Ux IH '\ tt
Address Mrs. Cones Wlenges at the court house, and Mr.: Justice J. U ftiamt.lin ;and S .
f'Kld ndition moved with his family from .\ .... -....... Flatpply| t.) Mr I T Kllw
:!"'. West Main street N.. City. Wlenges; Is well pleased with the .. Fleming, two' well-known :.. .. ii. I l
: do to this cit) has accepted a po i thorn FUn
same, as he has already found It to Archer. sm-r.. atuomc; th...<.. w" ho Bi
V!,",':,t..,, was, rule day, but matters tloii In the {xtstuttire..slr. Smith t' .11''d f I \ :rfaii hetanal UV
be a labor and space saver. Miss y.-sterday III hain. stmilethe f
arrt rather quiet around the court familv are, well pleased with (: .. sl: ...r.I"'r. ,, .
t were' ui t:
Annie 'Vlmb..rlwho. is assisting: hep making Ti.Sun a pti-n! aiit .4
Mason
being
ho--- Count Judge uncle In the office, had the honor. Saturday Mile Judge i'hambllu states that his \ ye.tel'I.5'a' hu! ..hmes. "' '11100't'4'
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aWl on his vacation.N I :Ne|iI| Thomas left "terdav fur. Uh the I'istt.'d .. ,
ye J. . stat'1r9.1 l ultlMlsa i
of making the first record. by A. '" hu Is studying dentistry
I Shealy of Rochelle was In the the new "process" P.-t.>r!*bur;.:. He huh accepted a p )..| the Mart-laud UnUersiiv. ., I' : Kll.t' kites >: t ,a.,.k-i\\vlje.., | who .
rat :Mondav and called to have The '11.1a.\ .. expre me.H..emer for
lion. Frank Clark and wife have returned \\\4 retnrn.- to that hl..Ufltlnll. .. beet| her" t..r t II.i : i 'i.w days :
Sui sent to his address. Mr. Shealy Southern K\press. t'otupany. ainl .
In his section. to their home in this city, after sis I 'ntJlng a plcanant! varatlon at II Visit to I\lj.f; I i s't.I| (, 1'4. O.,
rtmatters quiet run between St Petersburg; and. .
rci a delightful visit to points In Conductor I*. J Mrlnwall uf .. and Ml-- iu < 1't') ,,.) 11.\11 r"
te Hoard of Count Commissioner Georgia and elsewhere: 1 and friendsare sans tile .\tLautl 1'o.lKt Line who iiiik.- ... to her h-nn-\ : {f,
held, 1 a special( meeting Monday, in M I .1. Ward and daughter :Mt.",.
glad to welcome them again headquarters| III J.n'k""n\ ill.- .\. WetlHke "
the law. to receivethe 1 I- ['I..t j ) all
with .
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Miss
cjmiillance and ;Nellie
gin-rile. :
Their SOIIH and daughters have, been tarl..r'h.lt to his, t.roth-i \\ S .
of ,
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Tax Assessor Col- Aq..nt.'I
tax books from placed In various colleges and as Col. were In the city Afron < aconia :Mon.da' Do wall. In this city. returned to \.. ll|"hol.t.-ring ..t. :4tt .h-Un.

son. and Mrs. Clark will be alone they The fortn T made The borne )......t..I"fIIII... f..rm,TU' r.--I ..... and IHHI.I :|v.-ii when rJ.

Nrs S C Means Mlcanopy was have decided not to keep house the ofltee mi agreeable! call renewing in (taltteMVllte. and has ni.iti ...I II"1.: ........... ;tveniioSubcrlber4 '
in th.. city for a few hours Saturday.She I'uh..lilUou.Thoma". here who .li! '
coming/ winter. They _>re pleasantly were glad to a. oin
wall en route from Columbus. Ga.. located at th.'hlt.. House, where Hurford. hr..tu..lu..1. again He It running t..C'" eit J. on rural fret dfliverjr'
'II h.re she has been on a visit for the they will" be glad to see their friends. Denver. Colo., wher h<* has ben tvofivllle and Tatujw .Vaiatka .!.. can send In their 'lb.'rl"Uo'lfta
at'ew weeks. th. mill; carriers IVrwoo wbx> !
the past two months Mr San ford
Captain A. Paul special agent of
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-Indite Horatio Davis has returned the United States land office has returned was well pleased with that section Cbas. V :Mc<,Jueeii of :N'ewl. .. The Sun on such routes
Va. where he has been the but Is glad to return ti vend money t>y the rrTlT' ;
from :Ma Airy from his old home. Duluth. country was amoug the prominent v |..ltor.
on hl. annual vacation. The Judge Minn., where he has been on his an. his Florida home. Gainesville >terdav, Mr :\ ) !'rl.'nds of Geore Haw thorn of,

i U. looking well, and says he enjoyed nual vacation to his sons arid daugh The teachers of the .. Is MII enthusiastic KO>H! ro.td ", :\", th..rn will ie crtt to l.-.trn that h v

bin tilt immensely.: _e ters. He reports| a fine time. Cap Graded and High: School are r !... ( iulte| ill, and for the Loot two or.
Mr and :\Ir. H. G. Rembert havemoved tain Paul says the weather in that to attend a faculty meeting at for the building of the road from '... ,I." It I I.* sold' he ha tint beep

into the cottage 51)50.. Pleasant section of the country Is fine now alight Hlch School building on Aturday.Of."tnbPr b-cry to connect with therimeti ite.1 l to live It I* ho.e| h.wet.r'

street here they are now coni frost having; ap>eared about ten 1:. at 2 30 p. m W S Galnvlll<* He rOOIN.rb that the j h.h.1s b1 l tlil Is lime taken se'

form My located and will be glad to days ago. The crops and lumber interests CAWTHON. Principal. pie! are thoroughly arou._i. and "" (a for the, t tx-tter Jt"?

eiiume their friends.: have been good. during the season Friends of Mau Frank lM., road will certainly b*> built I.. (' .M. 4'eiint| tt OIIIIK mail w

I :Mr( I>.r C. I.. Carter and son have with the result that e,er) body will regret to learn that he has thn..t few month ... II In this.. ..... ii..n of the roun

returned from IwtGrange. Ga.. where Is prosperous Qiiit In"IIII.-.s i for the pat few d..,.0'r J M Turner of MI<-un.H, >> .wan t a' ""|."-.1| a |...lllon %. rhlef rl

r they spent the past three months from Wtfin'tftay'Vi.. /v Sun f The little man Is somewhat .. ins In the city yesterday :Mr 1'r" the llrown II..".... and assumed .b

filfaautty with" the former's aunt. J. :M. Kite of Hague was transacting now. however and It Is hoped he <)wu. a miler hone near MU-MIIO) tle.. Moixl.it :Mr \1..I..nn" '

Mr:( S 1-:. Hutrhlnson..mien business In this city yesterday h out In a few days (....It.1..... where he hki ni..ol.
.. fisher and sister Miss Susie. F. Jo:. Cfllon of Hague, was a busi i :\lr..J A Heal who has been .uff..ring 1C rent SUC.._ at fsrtiiln. lie U dlpisi. | -ltlon and will. no doeaM'I :

T arc at home again, after a visit to ness visitor to this city yesterday. from Mi>|x>ndlcitiM", for the p *. of those fellow s who live ..| .ke iiilte it .u. ,...ss. lii his new I

}k>c>a. I.... The former has been few ,U) i*. U Impruviuic. which will b and l board at the same pUe : friend are glad to welronio hi:
Mrs. Klla Hive of High Springsis -
Irk for some time, but friends will gratifying information. to the numron not a k aixKi |MI-M-" but wh...t IUIlieMlle ,
a
visit relative r
in the city on a to
If1Krlend
glad to learn that his condition is friend of the lady In this .*H-tl BpI ton Conley of Hague was amongthose : filled with ..ar'.. of l '
Itr..u'. improved. It is hoped that she will be ..nUr..l, a > supply, the of the Arre..Hido| M hool,, will||
who e 'trda trading: In
spent ) things that bf" made ..
I In short time. ran on a
recover" a .
i F Keed of Isle O Pines. Cuba. Gainesville. to lenrti tat ..f<. I a. III at
1s 1 she rity on a visit lo his sister. S. I.. *'rewx of l.aCrosse. mine Captain C' II ))1.'I..nll' ,,f '. IVIlow. Kanltarluru tut
Phlfer and C. R I.hpy of
D. M.
I II Morton. Mr. Re*d Is make the tni i>t p'ro.ressibe l farmers", In lar. an ...t"IIa-| e merchant4nd .> ll ronipelled to lilid.rKO all '

t x '" a .ucc 1-8s .at orange: growing Windsor swnt| yesterday In this city section of the roti n try. wan In buyer Mini one of the leading. ,' .. for aiH e f"I... Iti. The 111| -rat

"iintry. w _h he declares Is on iMislnet. city ) .-<.t.'rda) )Ir. Crews broughta of that _.t Jon of the roiint) (-rfi>rnm| tevter.l after

t'e' on. earth.X Miss :Mary Thomas of Rorhell. ass Ufctd of flue rt..** sweet p .tatoewhlrh transacting hunlne In the rli > i._ re|.irt I* that ."'*. .lis Mj the

Thompson the Baptist PiioppliiK. In the tMlll )(lrC.I.| "nti..> ass anal l. fltttif, alotic a. nlrwljr i

- "' f..1.uld Grove passed throught hit with frifiidxJ of in the market for eighty live r.-iit founder of the town whlrh teens .1,1 le .ii.rrtc4 ultl..r t71e Sire

t ..'...r.laynrout.... home from K. -ph-ns. Jr. of ALichua. wa<. a bushel HA iie lii laker riMintv ,and .--.r. ,..-...

where on Sunday he art among tho..e who! spasm yesterday' in .:. I.. C'liKhraan who" has been sal prior to the first bill freaae was > 1 Prwvatt the rioter d.!lf<

.I the rite of baptism. ujiori this city on I>u..in>>iMr >.. ferlng for th. pa.t month ..Ith rtieijimttl i ft th iitont romfurtabl> fl ..-d to? the t--; .r..._ lI.k.h..

Mr- Weeks *. Thurmari Kelley :and: chill. of ni. lw i. gone to Hot Springs, a jiere niMnrlallr. this _.tl<>n nt the .,. )o'h sad full of fun, had

\A* K Thomas has returned : Kin'helle!! 101""lt a part of yesterday In f... Rill||| remain for tt few *-..k.. T. I. llo-UswA. of Ullll.t.M.Monday . (' *tqn.. 'ru......, li> a trier

l lamnia. Mn and this city with" rrkatlvees.Mmi14ro .Kricinl <.f Mr L .lllu.n .vnumtbUeree : 'In this city where he ca. .tr.Ita.. a ewfimg. i.l...n tit ClOt

'rs. Tli.a amid .annallua.I' W"Mbl*- the naval stores (>|>- with bltil. and 'Iriiot' that hewill oti b,i.lfi.-.. rutinI.1" rh<. ." Ass .....11'1. *.trr.lr rut liy o

ttr plic I *. w her tlHar i m",rat'.r uf Arrhr. ass a busine I t le rt>Hiplte|> re |or.- < to his! nor of 4minty (*o"a in in atone r. Mr .,' ......rt with a .hart-l butcher to

: 'hem_lvt._ Immensely. They visitor to this city w--rtl.y.: mal hewlrl. on hthe ...i.ri tn this Ktmte lay on the totiufvr Tbtttair. .
\ '. . .. .iht _,t..... hm.aevrr teat
of
be absent f..r another month. Agent 0 hell" nt the (;slnestlie. and It. \ Hiardou High Springs .n. the n.t stump and tier pulbr, 1\
l of that >t4l*. M tn ... Mr |*,
... Gulf railroad ass A visitor to this of the leading' merchants seen here and .q. re-e.4.4 1. -) 9 mniat i
.wliid.il. nf :Newberry was city from MlmiMtpy >.iit.-r4ay, [.rf.Kre*.j. .- town MIMI proprietor of to th. Hourd one.f IDMM a f.-... dais

*.*. who pnt/ yesterday inMr. I J I. Mbaw of AUtchua one of the the. |leading hotel timers .. In th- bleb everyuYe who ....,.+'s' 4..rl --. '- rtlghi fr'-o, 6\ Swiiidal. who want. city ..t..,..... Mr I HlK'lr.n ..ale- ,. .
lead!n. )'Mlne far*.+ ts of that ...........1. I y Ut lasemif the IMP** teMMCflMHkta .. .. .t the -'it- '/' ilex
tit.engsge.i In the livery j I in t" city yesterdays that trade<< i" if'I, utnt that the p-- \v\f. ham ...-r sale tm taw way W'. Ih" I II t ,e' ..i tha.
at S..t..rr recently .ll. waitradinai .. ttt HI*.I Hf.f1n.. In a rule ni road .a'' it..er' of'..' .. n" .. .II ......d.f a
his tntervtt j H.. 1* Nipper A ash-hamsas eiUs.r.if
t.) G T KenMr : m to NJI.trnt..s and proj.*rnuJ .
At the m_tlr>< 't' Klrb ''' .. niv-rtltr, r.na
durtrtrt wan .Min o t
the S..rry
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S Itolley nt N-wb..rry was Ht the Chapter I' H < ,*-*...r<|ay the !I I "I "I fart/1iJ
.1 Ik* for the. pmtt few .. _\\.1.1I. j movie who basset yestet-iiy the- rky yesterday Mr )Ialiev IA jltst upfttMll biatat .......'s- were .It.-d r.. ....1 ffi r wtv..., .aun't "

"oianty "roes A*.e.. r Colaon j .-..I.I..t the Odd re-hae-s ttaaiwrsm.a stksal 1..III1..n..oh, a. he h..d.t ... 't .1 t. . rn.*rub rav>>"c(.

'era.. has .ic .pte.i a |nr.ltlon tic. K. B Ho' "L a proastneut lob r"/ ..e .ta. tMxrn Niflu.4 trw thepast Norfolk. Va seen' nw"nih MrM ... .. ,.c.. '. .of t'- ,)fet

t-'I''''''fD''rlt Station. and astle ,: slelaa"' of Newberry. spp..st yeste rda) :, few" .:a..,. troste the ,...., nM nil 5 Hall.' Mr Cna. K4'lv Mr- I ... ti said sit --'Uur' pwil. o/

sea " :yesterday Mr.w | In tt.i* cltMr .UUHIJ[ friend... sad' ,. '1..stapes, "f..nau e. H. sari ....sleaatlfsil. i %\* Taylor Mr H H Mri'r-.r :,., .tIC.tlhn ar- if dlali's:

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