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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 15, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00899
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Forixi; NO. 21a GAINESVILLE, FLOKIDA,, TUESDAY, ,OCTOBER 15, 1907 TEN CENTS A WhhK:

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IRE tOSS200,000 BUREAU PLANS CHANGES. f COLLISION OF TRAINS DEARS SHY OF TEDDY. HITS AT GOVERNMENT

,, Consolidation of a Number of States r None at Late Camp.-President Will
For Revenue Purposes. His Location. I
;,I i .,. Change .
WaMhlnfitou. Oct: 14.--Commission \
Stamboul. lot. Oct. 14.-Roosevelt -

:.!:--allrels. of Families are Driven er Capers of the Infernal revenue Fatal Crash Occurred Saturday camp at the Mqnticello crossing President Hanson of Central [Denounces )
the
bureau, has under consideration ot the Bayou Tenlasbaa passed Into

1:: From Tenements. rearrangement and consolidation for at Pratt City, Ala. history. The president left' the placeat Certain Legislation.
collection: : purposes of a number
''i revenue 6 o'clock Friday morning and when

'.r of southern and southeastern he tumed his back on the camp It wa

r OKE OVERCOMES FIREMEN state CONDUCTOR. SMJTH KILLED with a determination not tu return HE CAUSED A SENSATION

'. *: The convolution of Oklahoma wolca again. He headed: towards Dear lake

.n wait recently adopted absolutely pro- ,whence, on Sunday he will remove to
.rp Unknown Origin Destroys a Collision Was Between a 'Frisco Pa.J Head of the Central
,. hlblU the alo of Intoxicating liquors another camp which 'III'e pltcned of Georg'.a e

''('Large Brick Factory In New York aa a beverage! within tlje' utate'j borders senger Train and a Louisville and near wellton In, Tensaa Pass on a Banquet in Savannah Strong

f.:Q'ty' -Flames Were Finally Gotten and on January 1'. 1908. cone Nashville Freipht Train-Eight branch of the Iron :Mountain railroad. noun !es War Oeing Waged On '
pletn prohibition geese into effect InGoqa
JfUnJer: The determination to change cam awat
Control. Persons Were Injured. Corporations.
South Carolina by recent arrived at Thursday and preparations
'H.nv York. Oct. 17.-File of un-
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P p.(' action of the state* Is partly prohibition Dlrmlngliam. Ala., Oct. 14.-A collision were In'medlately begun for the Savaucnb. (Ja. Oct Ii.- :', .

rn origin earl Friday <]<<<'Mtro>'c< and partly ender the,ditponsary between a, uHvllle antI Xaahvillri ;. movement Mr. Parker was dlspatcnedto J. F. Hanson of the Ct'n'd: :

"\\.1., & story brick fdctory building\ at system.: _. freight train and a "Frisco passenger Starbotil to make arrangements gim railway and the OO MM -

179-180 (]rand street causing a I lo as To meet these changed conditions ; train at Pratt City at 6 clock for a train' from that i;olnt' to Ncwclltnit compan, spoke Frldu:

mated at over 1200.000. the cormnluttloner has in contemplation Friday morning one man was" killed and 13. Jaik:on, one of the negro smoker given rl"pr..l1ta.' .

"l"ubdrfdjl oT families were driver the conrolldatlon of Oklahoma and eight; Injured bear hunter wa tent In with northern" press who arc htn ..

surrounding tenement in a with Arkuntax an one revenue division Pullman Car Conductor .1. C. Smith I him with iuMruct'onM! to proceed tc of' the Ocean rfttair.Hliin <

Inlg rain and were not permitted Georgia l and South Carolina as of Birmingham, was Instantly killed Neweljfoi and select a proper plaoe having come, to Savannah t .
'. 'return to their homes until after another. Ml4k>U.4ippi and i-nulslana and for the The change
I and anvong the injured are B" T, \VolII now encarrpiuent York bn the maideiio: ;, ,
;;:o'clock' In the morning, when the possibly Alabama an a third. AB an cox. general freight agent of the 'Fris cf locfltiru\ was decided upon not only steamship CIt of Hl1nn..1.

., men FnaJly: succeeded in getting alternative: Alahnraa may be consolidated I co, knee eprula, and William M. heel.":!'.) no bear<< had been killed hut President: Hanson caiired a

Sire under control.JJMSeveral with Florida N. Y. WKafVfc: the president and his friends ..
: (Joldu It.h. of Kuchei.er by a denunciation of the g I'1.1. ..,
( rt'meu'wp.re overcome by "lo carry Into effect these changes I- All the Injured persons were occupants became c'en vlncetl that there were none state and national that haw' ,

smoke and a watchman who bad would necexftltate an executive order of the last Pullman car* or i.rbctlcally: cone on the upper Ten.UNCLE" . nrrajed against the ralliuad m -- .
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it bill way' 1n the smoke wa reao by tho president but tae. action of l ;. Fat. ..... the country He salt

Me d from the third floor by the po- some of the states as tu the sale or - .. ,
35 CIGARETTC3 A DAY. "The war waged on1'no ..
Intoxicating liquors teems to the internal JOE KICKS PIGSKIN.
for the last five months, led i t t.\ i I"-
j, 're occupants: of the building In- r"temii* officials to make some --
Yet Joseph Gutterman Lived To -Be dent Roosevelt, with all ice n
laded, the Columbia Oas Fixture com- action of this character an admlnlntra.tlve Speaker Cannon Figures In a Gamv of
117 Yeas O.d.. gogues In the countat tae!'! l
necessity. It l i.. not likely how. College Football.
Btandard Trading
the
,r.' company. Calvecton. Oct. It.Joseph: Gutter tins diminished .-.e value of r., ..
Bra in Italian groceries; James ever, that definite action will be taken Chicago Oct. 14.-A dlapatch'to tne
man smoked an a\erag of talrty-nve property all over the eoun>r.
J r. picture frame manufacturer; for some weeks Tilbuue from Galesburg Ills, says: "
cigarettes vlay after he had becomea I flft'- of Un prevkuiH value.,
: "Uncle" Joe Cannon speaker of the
East Bide Book Binding
company.
centenarian. but lived to be one The administration :n- Gtutsl.i I .
pschitx Pr.ws company and Mot eriCarron RURAL' CARRIERS' CONVENTION. house of representatives. Friday began ,
hundred and seventeen: years of age. his football severe against; railroads, he mid
pocketbook manufacturers. career and by the
He died Thursday at Ysleta, Tex. A even Governor Hoke Smtt'' who a
'bOos-tO
Omaha Wins Out In Contest for Next vigorous he gave tbp pigskin
i;' I birth certificate Issued inSaxony 1. ]I strongest in his antagonism .I'.l'
AFFINITIES LOCKtp UP., Meeting Place. allowed he was not decrcplt'deeplt his -
proof of his stated age aa correct. approve of the length to which ,-
'-..' Atlanta Oct. 14 .-The election of 72 years.
I Outterman drank whisky'tilt he was railroad commission wants
to
of Parishioner Visits Pastor at office>>. ta., selection' of a place of hiP kick of 25 yards opened the annual --,' go ,
i Home'; end Arrest Follows. meeting for 1!OH, and a trolley ride more than ninety years of ace. Then game of Lombard and Carthage ,
; ne found It did not agree with biro
around the' features of colleges.: hen the CURE FOR: DREAD CANCER
ew York Oct 14.-Ilev. MaxwellWalenta. city were the speaker got out

; ''W; pastor of the Ucuuun I the closing lays: ot time sixth annual and he stopped. of the road to let the younger genentlon -

..;...Oft,'*)>orch of HrooiJyn.: and Mmit ; I I session of the NatlonnJ Rural Free. De. He was married three times and was finish their tussle, while be French Surgeon's New Electro Sura.
the father of twenty- dUdren.Afttt'r .
a
A. Bauer;.a'-PA'd.hlonel' and thee Ilt-E'ry Cartlem asttociaiion. = I went back 'to. his lone cigars. cal' Treatment
working many ye:: w.-ka.a J.w. I Party... Oct. .14,-Dr. Keating liar
of.an elecjrotyper were' arre' tdtiheld Little hock Ark. ; Dayton Ohio! ; Speaker Cannon was escorted to tie
In caiirt for an inquiry! Into Albany.. Y.; Den Moines Iowa; eler In New York Gutlrinaa servedthrouabe'tt << field and Introduced to t'pla e':. and uf Marseilles bas given a piactlrai
the civil war In the 8ev
electro
of
demonstration here thnt'lw
.'r menial condition.. Omaha. Neb and Milwaukee. WI., Informed that btu duty was to kick

",.Tb.,) action waa Instituted by Mr.ir. were placed In nomination for the next enteenth Pennsylvania volunteers and the bail as n. *jtbe goal] poets aa. surgical cure for cancer which, up tn
then became rich by dealing In Illinois has the mostwonderful
the time
present snown
and, the minister's father. Rev. In .tlog. > roO..n.l" I"That'k I
land. Coming to texas be
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.ena'1'Waienta; , of the Merman Thn rivalry was strong, and a number easy" was the response result
lived here twenty-live years. consist or ] '"
anuel Reformed church of the city of ballots were necessary. Ti\> "Let me have one trial first." Toe system appinga

,@rookilrn. tamest flimsily narrowed down to Little - ..tTncl Aw took a hitch in his trou. capital manner hlgri softened Intnmlttent
SPANKS DAUGHTER OF 35. ..
Tbe complainants asserted that Mrs. Rock and Omaha and on the last sera, and booted toe ball 70 feet. Teen sparks to the canrenxioutgrowths.

,ur had left her husband. and cutld vote Omaha won out by a good mar- T he tried again and did better and the Thet'e! are ftend (b
Judge Says Father Who Wielded the they electricity aud their cutting: on
01!, sought refugeat the >' <<>r'JerlrYlman' Kill. I game thus began. .
Slipper Had Perfect Right. time 'h.
la made easy. At the same
Iiotue The two were The selection of Omaha ended the .
Plttaburg. Oct: 14. Miss Pauttne '* IKM
wound to
toargexl with offending public decency work of the convention, and a.1joumment All Honor to Lusltanla. electricity causes the
l..aw' is 3d old. but when she all)
"J k In court. the accused minister who to meet In the Nebraska mvropolU years London Oct 14:The performance with magical rapidity kills pa
went out without telling lier father.
S. 28 :years old. dusted wrongdoing % ", next year was taken. of the Cunard liner Iltan1a In crossIn and prevents a recurrence of
'tt. admitted that tile woman had beenIconied I The following: officers were elected: William law, and remained until 1 tht, Atlantic In 4 flays and 20 growth. Professor Samuel Pozzl ar'
o'clock a. m. he waited for her witha wllnr."f'I'
to his "oCklal room" at 2 President Paul I.. (.Undsay of the hours Is hailed with relight throura- other eminent surgeons

'clock in the morning. "Hhe and her stale (If let' rgla vice president 11. K slipper. out Great Britain. All the evening demonstration and declared It t.i or

usband had difference." he explain Comm of ]Michigan. secretary I*, K. He placed Miss Pauline across his newspapers published long accounts the greatest. value.EXPLORING .
knee and aer. She bad him ,
spanked
.d., "I uw It wan 'Impossible for meio Cull. of Massachusetts: treasurer. J. of the passage, and' ask that the Insltanla -
arrested for assault! and baltery The
..tr..t a reconciliation I "wcleom. f}. William, of l>enu>>.lvanla. execu repeat on the homeward Journey EXPEDITION
father dl5cnarged .and the $10 and
'!d her to my rhurcii; I felt In Mrs. committee' II. Krvy. of Indiana. was i what she accomplished on her out.

Aaueml a living soul and my soul I cried (halrmnn ; J, II Johnson New Ramp, costs were charged to the daughter I ward passage Experts! express tne Will Visit Country Where Whit Men

aloud fur fcotnebod wno was altve in .hire., 11. .\ McMahon of Texan. "Your father bin a perfect right to opinion that she' 1. ethic. still further to Have Never Been.

1''he twentieth. c. atur)'. In her I ialmaed spank you ait long as you remain un-" cut the time between Daunt Rock anJ New York. Oct 14.-wore<< Alvl'le
'. dtff his roof If )ou are obedient, tha wt i a
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mv afflnltvI Polk Ceunty to Haw Fair Sandy Hook Boynton announce

In. ,lies.r joti i ")th need to be rxt Ccdartown On Oct 14-The folk ruled the court party of students and ...fOl..UlllhwiU

iaumltmod! to mental condition" Fair, penetrate the center of the :-ct:
\ j}"ur Bounty & a* Klulon and tie Cherkee Won Legislature by Prayer.

) Wolum..utttl the! mualktrHte who eern. IirlvInK <'tub111 pull off a rwlr BRIEF DISPATCHES.The Ralelga. N, C.. Oct. 14 .-The Rev. American continent and explore <. -

,1DIIth'4t the prlMiner. during this month In Cedartown that Livingston Johnson secretary of that) ouhly a wade strip of ctiunrr

\ -- will bi uf ,rest local Interest Age bank Wharton: OHIo near North Carolina Ilaptist Stale conven. ocean to o..ean. where white m *n

.;). Negro Boy Burns To Death ricimlttmrnlt l live tock and poultry will here. was looted by cracksmen who. toln. baa denounces In a sermon the er have been.

Ji Spnria" Tge sum ol legislative act appropriating SluOO The party wlll start from N. s >

'',fternoou U 'OIJl" Wntklim, the G."l1r. .'r* are going.. to make a sp..ndlJ ill>>- moue) Several stores, were MO rob this y *.r and J500 next year to the next January. and may be ;.:.jnryear

Id boy of OnVatklnb, n tnrirt)' mm.rgro play of folk county prodiicta .\ bed. Glbanan! Training school near Marion *.

.;, farmer and tenant oft A. (haul b >rc show and ..,1m"e Ohf races ,,'IUclf'IIAht .\ fire which broke out In the Arcade a holiness institution conducted for Cannibal infest the country w
."was uurnol: tu death' miters tlr I | dry goods store on South First the will most of *
the crowds and an :asureKAtton : "- yeam by Miss Mattle Perry She has exploter spend
!Hie Xamll: )' were' all amt of tho e| street anti Fan Kernndo at San Jose. time b'ut danger
: of n>ld vH> ..hf>""r_ will add hllar- bad no funds, but gets everything by no particular
';and the bi'y In some manner set a.*. Its t h' tne county _U.... The. ladle. Calif, Friday al 10 clock destroyedthe prayer. Sh* prayed and prayed un-I prehended.!

V' lothtn: an: !: i ione year ago to)! d I, uNilment will he er.,)4".1"11). a..rlet"an.1 '- entire building the damage la e.- ill shesot the legislative appropria. 'I _.

;'the hour .tie tm> s .is bummed in the "". e'.i'l.'arw'e' of their KIII anildan tituat'ri at between, $3: t X.O<' .and $10.).' lion j I II Veranda Falls on Man

,same mam >n.1 for several day hi* ttwnik wi' | tie a .|n>clal feature of Ou0tn .. Marietta: <>., Oct I 11 .1
,iti'llte u a* ,U .. ...tor.l ,I the rtems'.I.s. "on lit,,,,. the proprietor of tho Say Striker Are Returning Brewer.. was seriously aud pro ,a

'1 -- _- _. r --- - Craitt] hole! at Carlsbad' and well New York. Oct. II -Official* of tally Injured by being ('ruIl.ur\ :

r''. Nee Cteamcr Atr"..... Otan of Pt' 'lp" Bible School. known to thi>ti"';ind* of Americans, U the "'._tern t'nKm Telegraph company ' veranda which fell nn t1Imfr H.

f .&\.nnlll1 (' i. <4<..-, Ii.--4.n herd Mobile, .Ala iKM II . Ht"Y.1'* dead at the aged of 67ffoeral I staled. FriOat- night that their er I* *.rmrp tit.r aiiU s'. ,T*:1

n >.<.; .!,.,. IronmNew= York the Owens. uf :Mobile Iva,ilnjs n 'jsro mla, ( .\.1.tlf Von llu.>low the I 1m. forr had. b+*n large augmeot.d. In nxaklhj same rrpnlro' '.> a ; Mr"

1e'ale3ut". :Ip oC time Ot..n .Mm.nlp l
can) t t'Ity I! ut.nunh.. ar \\t flow Jean I"I tie Selma unlterKlty I heart '..1111 f... striker to return The applications: vento'la. m trf time _-"-n It colUp\

0 he t'rltUt ifikrfilnx with :5nmice's at tftJtnn.1& ham been called to tin are being considered on their IDellYt.t'1 without warnlnc. crushing hs-u un 1 I.

amor;; whom are uunierromlnmf : Tu kece Institute by ll.MtkerV. Millionaire's Gon's Fate. ual meritsn a result* it neath ||" sac taken out bv b'.

atlic ID..II.". r. I\f va. 'n ton. Ih-\ Owen la wasted' to nil St l."uis Oct 14,-The body of that the r1..>
sac dint 'i end M n>rert. nf iu>wIh .{raKrt.en the deanship of thi 'wlpe' HtbU Frank Miraktn scald to be the sos of being flied A report that Colonel ]cal aid summoae'1. His rleM ebe-

c'" rciua IH "y..nll.Q chool The call 1'9'11,1| trust a won.derful . the late Jaiues Memkln a millionairechina Clowery pr*. .rnt and general m-aax bonn; sag broken and hl. right "VIOKche .1
manufacturer of Rngan t. betas alter of the v>...-., T'nlon halt r.alaafOld. .- .
t hadly mtT sear.:on p..acitnd .sat SundayJournalmstlr
- held: under rtoHc order la themedical was aM ..mvei> denltkl.Wife --. -.- -
F".I l Shooting Affray. departo.ent of it l..ul,. uuivervlty Tw
yr Hunts I. 'I.r ()d 11. --Johqtableman CK. ;I Orowitlng" *f .
; ngParis. p-aJlns communication wit] .f Senator MonySe ead- Watertown. N. Y. Oct l. .*t.-,
\ :FaA..lna OIl :a.. ) .I New Ovt IL lU-nrl Itorhefort. kinsmen of the dead. teas In CngtaadMe Mobl... Al Oct: 14 -"Mr*. Clan. James' Hum aced 42, and MU Hi I

iIsrket, we- slum .ud 1 0.)1. : tat.m. tbe well known Journal! and pant .klit H4' July 4 from lajnrlew tee Ala ..Mosey ails| of |IM- M atot A.stator la Ryas. 2SV west In Bat
!;.J.laJur"Q f."hIA'> bUr.. A. t' AUxu.welt the .. uf ??. ... flaking
pbletPTe ( **f baa V. coved front a fait Iron' a wjndow Hjwaa oT Mlsalaaippi Han. lIer..n D Reid lake TT
a. u.** I. ptt.tctau ul the red aU t-oaarctlpn with they innsnsige.nt > a wanderer. and letters fo.o l,ca M...y. died very suddeaily at her at.netdltece fated. T1MI t! e 'body of Mrs Bars

('i1ar'u' 1 1'n. rau.tn irmttni. : u OJ.tet wtilch.. be fmiaded ta IS'O sad ala. "r oa sad bagxage Indicate. that oa Ibf' coast sear ft4olYOCI. was recovered.= That at )t&.a Ryasba.

';, the at' ,; air nci ctLCC'h"'t'l II, rsauuted toe ..110" lp cf: tUe Patrte, he )tad noc1Ph-"d: .eoethtp r.stlttaaceatress Miss:,. PrMay itlgkt about S o'clock no. u5SM
net boon ICNM. :
lieu beane-l t. r neM train Inc Hum, lie scale bU "ebttt un t tat *&>.r Sat. his father's ..Lte. TB* bedy was I -wit*..... dl.tt.js/.hed b.abaad tier..ante. U rtjt'wt'aa 301 "atM .* twee:!
ou.
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1111. aaU .urte...iere.l tu ue kerlir' urd.l seorning with s ctosr.ct.ri tkj bead I the Medical '1< and Ides. .
r ) Zo i e ,Mr two. .dasglutefs. sad tw..o.er..d (ae 'wonletl, Tare wtS sYt tI. -; 'nZ 'tt IDetf..4. .a......&bl tal I... getetakem.t. tiled.a a best .f *tMt. t.btttves. tIf l lI' ling Wat......t1aQ't3.-cri: .stuns,

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T WAS OPENED MONDAY i T It, Pickett of Xewl>.rry "'.iA Iran t One of the Important Duties of Physicians and

: acting I Imtlite.- tl...' ciiv r1 't< rdj.Mr .;
the Well-informed of the World
: Ffirfett is OPO of the mo.
Kg Crowd o &lens and Patrons Interested! : e tls.'nlL4 of hat .roRr't .U.'

| t. Were Prcsjnt at Exercises. to vn Whelk It comen; real estate, is to learn as to thc relative standing; and reliability of the leading manuacur-

J. M.ilphurs! .. and S. K. Urooker i I ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians arc the most careful as t.>

old Confederate \eterans. were In the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is \\tll

KOME INTERESTING TALKS MADE i two yesterday from LaCrosse known to physicians' and Well-Informed: generally that the California Fig Syrup

the city old residents and successful I It Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character ot
where they are
Exercises Opened by Rev. S. B. Rogers t farmers. They came to at its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles whichis

N of First Baptist Church, Followed tend! the meeting of the veterans accorded to successful and reliable houses only I and. therefore, that the name of tlu,
Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.TRUTH .
jF.Sonjj, Talk by Dr. Kelley and Dr. which was held yesterday.

tAt: Rogers, Answered by Prof Cawthon. George 1 I. Dolg. superintendent of AND QUALITY

CjRftMore the Gainesville Gas and Electric Power
'than four hundred pupils Company has returned from Hot appeal to \VelI-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc

tend'a large: number of patrons of thefesfaesvllle Springs. Ark., where he has been for cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call, the attention of all who would

Graded and High School the past .three or four weeks for the enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right

mrre present Monday morning at theEvening. benefit of his health. Mr. Doig has living with all the term implies.Vith proper knowledge of what is best each hour

which was begun twojpreeks been suffering from rheumatism and of recreation of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
later than the announced to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage but
for some time his condition was very
[tlina. The big auditorium, which Is as in many instances'a simple wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
He is greatly improved now,
>; second largest In the (city wasgfolt poor. proper time the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
however and will be enabled to resume
'! and the opening hour was his duties. Friends are glad to truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
Butted with a great deal of Interest the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of Well-Informed becauseof
.
note the great Improvement.The
l;,";" rhe''fxercliles:- were opened with the excellence of the combination known to all, and the original method of manufac.

prayer> by Itev. S. H. Uogers. pastor Georgia State Fair will be held ture which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. ,
Ga. October 10th to the
at Atlanta. ,
{'."the First Haptlst church who In* This valuable remedy has l been long and favorably known under the name of -
26th. The date of sale for these"
cited, God's blessing upon the prlnclMl Syrup of Figs-and has attained to world.wide acceptance as the most excellent of
tickets will be from October 10th to
; the faculty and the school for family laxatives and as its pure laxative principle, obtained from Senna, are well
Parties In
25th Inclusive.
pro coming term. October known to physicians and Well-informed of the world to be the best of natural
of Florida who desire to
f';Dr. Rogers' prayer was followed bykite the State Jaxatives we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
'get rates either
singing of Columbia after which take this trip can Senna-as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doilbtless it will always |1)(>
Live Oak at the
Jacksonville
tr. J. L+. Kelley, Superintended ofPublic from much reduced or rate of $8.85 from called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs-'and to get its beneficial effects alwaj s

Instruction who Introduced very note, when purchasing the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co.-
Live Oak and return, or $10.35 from
lIX>f, W. S. Cawthon made a briefhfclk. Final limitof plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for- Syrup of
and return.
Dr. Kelley paid the highest Jacksonville Figs-or by the full name Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and
. la later but to
BOOBplinjent to I'rof. Cawthon. the new the tickets not These up Elixir of Senna-is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup

jpir ielpal who is to have the destinies midnight of October party's 28th.admission to Co. and the same heretofore known by the name- Syrup of Figs- which has given

frtbe, school In band this year praisM0 tickets entitle satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
furtber'and detailed
.
him as an educator and a loyal. the"grounds. For the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of whichis
write. C.
Frank
to
Information,
krJsttan'gentlemanijlfefore fifty cents per bottle.
Doylston. District' Passenger Agent.
Prof. Cawthon' had time to Atlantic Coaat'Llne.-J'ackftOnvl1le. Fla. Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company filed with the

." 'Dr.: Uogers was: ngslu on his! ----, ,- h' -- - ,---------- Secretary of Agriculture at Washington D. C., that the remedy is no( adulterated or
eiand asked the Indulgence of hisr l I"and the faculty and declares! at the misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 3oth 1906.

.rs for a few moments. lie took end of the term the Gainesville Graded
opportunity to also Prof. Caw. CALIFORNIA SYRUP CO.
pay FIG
and Illgn School will make the finest
stating that
ton' a high (compliment showing of Its existence.

;bad kmjwn him for years in West "- San Francisco, Cal

da, and that he knew him to be Louisville, h).. U S. A. 1 New York, N. VfO .
' At the Baptist Church.
Ot, only an excellent Instructor but London, England. -
f,,.kln\1 gentleman ,and a Christian Notwithstanding that Rev. H. It. f ..... ."

ma, 'and asked the patrons and pu- Rogers, pastor of the First Ilaptlst

I1)) to co-o|>erate with him and the church, has been in miserable health
,.
embers of the faculty in maklig theMaine for the past six or eight months, and
.
that he has only recently become him -
term one of the most .success-' "
\\l In the History of the lalnestllle self'again this distinguished divine Is ENTERTAIN TONIGHT.

faded and High Hchool.Prof. "holding his own" to use the expression tI.
I remarkably well and on Sunday Kirby Sml h Chapter. U. D. C., WMI-
-;: . Cawthon replied Inca happytin. I -
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He assured there who Intended delivered one of the most Interesting Entertain Friends and Public.: liSI"

ktronlclng the school that he would : talks ever heard In the city taking Kirby Smith Chapter United Daughters fTJH[E SUNSHINE of the Sunny .SoTlth

'thls best. which means that the InMutton I for his theme the hf'lllpfIII Jesus of the Confederacy will give, an lives in bottled Coca-Cola. This great

the coming term. with the "". Christ. Ur. Uogers did not call It a __ American drink has become
now a
but just a plain heart.to-heart entertainment at the home of Mrs. II.
tyce or the faculty already apatated sermon household Invaluable in
will be all that could be dered. talk; but he spoke for thirty-five H. McCreary this evening the benefit necessity.

minutes, and what, he had to say was being for the scholarship at the straightening out domestic trials and the tribu-

Immediately after the exercises' 111'' of Interest to all who heard him. University which the ladles of thechapter : lations of housekeeping. From grandson to .

auditorium the school was organSthe ; The music' at this service was also i are supplying.The grandfather, it fills a long-felt want and offers

d. various classes and grades. good, the work of the sextette being needed for indispositions
I just the invigoration spring -
HIM The choir has been hours will be from 7:50: to 10
classified end assigned. especially| it
.'ling:The school was adjourned after or- strengthened by the addition of A I.. ti cla'k, and the program will be of tI and over-taxed nerves. It helps to
musical nature, and will comprise I Problem. "
solve the "Servant
imitation until thl.. morning, whene Reeder. a bass singer with a good

. faculty and students will get down voice, which Is a great help Mr. some of the fluent selections by tht'l Bottled Coca-Cola Keeps Even Cooks Happy
Reeder who resided here several best musicians of the city, who
business.
>, '
:i!' :In speaking of the 'hnul I and Its years ago but, removed to St. Augustine kindly I consented tot take part
returning to Gainesville Tickets are tu h't sold at twenty.He .
prokpects. bounty Huperliiteudent KelIvjr recently
was a member of the Baptistchoir cents which Includes refresh.ne'nts. -
_stated that he never felt more enCOtrfaged -
> In his life lie realize. und during his first residence here I a

KHprechites the worth of the principal - --- I ,
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COL PORTER FROM EUROPEHad -- -
__ ., - -- -. Marriage Docket: Heavy. I ,
u Hindu Will Be Deported.
With the oienliiK| of the fall season a Most Enjoyable. Trip, and Now Vancou\ers II, C Oct, 11. -Of the
the marriage docket U being swelled :
-arr1v.' TOMORROW
SIS Hindu who Thnrs.liynight
Back Home in Jacksonville.
: :
nod Clerk Ceo Mason of the Count ti) the steamship Tartar. IT'J

b We Judge's otllee U lieliig kept busy at t'ol. Thou. V. I'orter. for ninny )ears "will. be! oltp".lcd10 fneir native land

thin sensor Issuing 1"' ...II II1..K. During a prominent and successful t business owing either to lack of funds or failure ".rii assure my life tomorrow"

the tout| three da\s Mr :Mason hash man In this" city, and who yet f w," useoMMlderiihlt : to pas phj'ilcal vlnspectloa. .
UNDERBUYLikewise Issued flit.11cc-n net-lines four of I . property here writes The Tilde PM"|i-hut l !I.<", tic! )"" knotlwrv "
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i+ ,K..iii}{ to !t.. Hit}' tomorrow""
which were 'o w Ml known young Sun, In u huiiliieMM letter from Jack
For Over Sixty Years.
white (M-opIt1' of th< count) and areas 51e11\ III.>. that he has just' returns j-ou"
follows I III I from 1":urteis'. after a nio
n.J MclKtttett und imm. IAMI Dun '' hetteMclal trip col, Porter visited been used for children's teething. It tlutt i+ g.eimt: tit |>n.tTt II.e't ,

lieKHIi, I I.. (I. ,'onii -ll iintl Kthel 1 1i IIInllY places of Interest on the other soothes the child soften the gums. UIH| orphanof tomorrow.

i ShltlKhler.V; '. II .M>Htelu ml.I .\. ItOolemun. side of the 'big |ond." and fens Nell l! i allays all pain, cures wind colic and :oiiitim* l..'''-'-ii two -Us\ ,
i 1 tomorrow will all ** oat >
ll D Ito-*s mind I I\IM \ repaid. for hiM trip In ..verj" Nat>' Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. your tents *. ('II"

UNDERSELL th'adctan. , - --- )
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hi .11
Niisty- 'ii | -r e lit ->
I ( claim. w-Ilk..1. in the t'm fl "Miit'*"
f Mr. Sprlggs May Soon Cor i.. Canada )>yThe

Tlir little fellow that buy .V letter/ hits. .hn r.Y'eieii| fromlut'e I

and SprltfKH.: n prominent fatrnlerlcud ]! EQUITABLE
one piece of this, one mitt es' of the (nsice of kanwtt- +
'1 1.1. duriiitr l 11':nJ Here, settleNhNtiu& I1).tY
the'prl
piece of that cannot begin to I' !ll.NVI* In which he Im-ltuw. .
after ]>n.>f-4 of ileath wertvh
with ..... ol' his ..".. ('rll'ctun. I .il. VH| .n.> rlitiiiiare' notiuillMthsUlj
compete our prices. M I r Sprlsc| w tut has |M.>.MI for set it I- ll-iiHlljr .111t' t> .ii son j
eritl >ears. with" one or two .tt'pll.>iis.lltoi PLEASE CALL AROUND AT THE BANK AT YOUR tl.-| jsurt f.>f ii.I.I.' .tifriV e1), "
I' i 'mittinguini. ,.... ]ital).'n<.
I 11\ \ to 41Ahu'II'lIh'rlh'' *' tlvuthe :

hopo to hate the pleasure of EARLIEST CONVENIENCE COUPONHll
WE BUY IN CARS I .
I shkltiK hands with" his friend MKHU| i
o it and mull to <*. I', (,.--..li'iLucal
', tit nit dUtMiit .1.1)' He is Neil to-do { AS WE HAVE SOMETHING TO lIVE YOU-SUR :. & .\ .""l.h-,1k-. I'ia
ALWAYS ,nlii,M > iiilaint'lsvllle
and owns much |prof i irty
I I
< and vlcliilttNapoleon. 4 II
I I 'itIl4)l\11 cucumittiitg mywlf *< *n''r'

SAVE MONEY for( our- BonaparteShowed I:II acti km, f shall be gls l to tulle J.;i3send

..
elves and! customers. >JBt the battle of Austerlits.he I nw full psrtkiiUrn f"I"'IoCI'.hn.c'
THE GAINESVH1E NATIONAL BANKP.
was Use greatest leader In the yt.slr thew ;-T.\S\HIJ Pvlky. f'r

worM, llallard's Snow Liniment has ---

shown the public It Is the best liniment o I. ' . of frt irs4tor, .M, tirtile.

GAINESYILLEFURNITURE. In the world. A. quick cure for S.-THIS IS 118 JOKE. -

rheumatism, sprains burns "vnts. eta uf pwn.et . . years of ad'-
i ir
A.. c. Pitts. Rod..... La.. says: "Iu iI

*. Rallard's Snow LJnimeat la my I. Name o. . . , . . . .. , . ...
family and Bad It tuMreoUe for sore ...,. ,
COMPANY ebest. headache, corma la tact for.aythtag
that can be reached by A .. l l.e Aald.- . . ... . : . . .........
Ualm..nt.- SoN kr W. IX. JotawMu

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THE UAILY SON: <*AiNKSV LUfi, FLORIDA. OCTOBER 15, 1U07

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::= - :-- -, -- - -
I Kl 1 Mit LAhra In Paris. Of course it -

REPUBLICANS MAK- AWFUL ITCHING ( ts b> no means certain that we shall I

keep i the trophy. Luck has almost, n*

ING PREPARATIONS | much to do 'with winning a balooit We c

race> an judgment. lint the luterfatiiiK' I
'!
.- BURNING l SPOTS point In the affair la that the War I>epitrtmeiit -

'\' EstablishesOnce ': lilt\ taking It seriously: andi

Rational Comtdittee i (
in Washington. Formed on Legs and Exuded a Watery corns, men to help the foreigners" : In Li Fix Itl!
I
Matter Then Spread to Arms- their getaway work. The (:O"t"fll' Q
SQUADRON STOCKING UP i uieiit has not entered a baleen saving!
"HE (
Kept Ankles Bandaged Over a Year
I that if by any chance the Uo.rlulh'utaa W
Until Skin Was Made Smooth and hi win it I
airship hou might have an .
,
Preparatory to the Cruise to the p" .
Inhospitable. look to the foreigners' .
elflc and Cost Will Be Heavy TORMENT WAS STOPPEDIN Hut the War lk-llI\rtnat"nt Is keenlvali ; ,

Owing to Prevailing Prices-C'her \.- to the usefulness of the sort
3 DAYS BY CUTICURA
Notes of Interest. and 1 Contemplates doing for America _

what the English: army has just dare
t>t...jial Correspondence The Dally Sun. "In December 19OS I had a blood-red!
Washington. D. C.. Oct. 14.-The spot about as largo a* a nickel' come' ou for Great j Hrltalu. namely constructa
my left shin about three inches above : practical airship that will be n thingto
rlrst meeting of the head officers oftht" the ank le and in about two weeks the same I
n-vkon with In of.Ir
Republican National Committee kind of a spot came on the right shin. case MaJ.
I did not know but it was poison from .Hers.hey. an army officer who has been
last week. It
was held In Washington some black stockings but wife said it I.
my nil
the past summer with the" a".lI1utI
e':101 an informal meeting of Harry S.dew I could not be for she had washed them I
thoroughly twice. The epota spread! \Valtt-r Wellmaii In Spitzb rgen hasSoul'
and
Elmer Dover president I
and
until they were some two inches acrom. back specially to take In
part
secretary, respectively of the committ J Then my shins and under my anklebones :
the "i.ice in hiM private capacity and :
They have selected headquarters I commenced to break out in a fineraeh I I 4:1
which extended about halfway to my not a, a repreal'ntatlve| of the Co\em
,r the committee In one of the big; knena. The burning and itching ware I
inent He that the
something terrible and later the rash says conquest /
w.fice bull<'inatl' and the prospect U i/ I
; began to exude a watery matter. Finally I of th' air I Is not 1\ thing of the future 1 t F J
that the committee will be regularly> it went to my elbow and above
hlllP already iiccompllsheil' fact ;n5
an and ;;:;
and below them. I doctored with
:\I\Izt"d: about the time that Contre -
Ir
) two doctors! but it did no good. I kept Ho ill Ken thM the tlnlh..1| States xhould
*' gets together. There are no' my ankles bands >d for over a reor.
own .1. fleet of dirigible halooiiH, second S
many resldentlal posslbilltlew and One day a friend of mine said he believedthe I
to In the worhl.' From
Cuticura Itfom..lit' help me. mute a purely
In the field that
)ar-posBlblHtles any 1 sent for them and in three days after t"t.ontlmle.tantlpoint| thin Mound
move of the committee heads Is naturally using the Cuticura liernodtni there vas The nr,l tln..- .. . .
.
ti ere hnl..1> I'r an nn leak .
re.isonalile.' A iite r.,lil'"' baleen costs i liar .r x i.rr )r .Irr..esement
watched with the keenest Interest. a complete chonre. The skin i cleared up .t an* hurt of ""T.1 I'lumt.ln.' ( n'liirrir' i>li.4f| il..n't _..". elm nn.| trt.ulde l Ivy try
smooth and the itching amstill shout $7">tOO and a battlehxlp rests In* 'u III II yt'urrlf. l..iiJIJ" KIM| ...r UH )iu.l as. )r..ii sushi for !!>.. tlooior luC4.<-o( //line... I
president Roosevelt Is not only the using the Cuticura Jf"m..IiiAt. for \\' .>. .. .
Icou
1 r t r.- lok 1.lunl.i"
in hr it I Hi rust ate truly .,
from (1I1\1.IIOU: < to $10.000,000' Onehaloou looottiv prau.Pllshea.t.
uinilnal but the very real head once a week or so, some little spot willbreak 'I' or t.e.ut h.r u..
out in a line rash! and commence may be lout In Its, first flight I1"'k lnm Unit *.' ran onlt nrrte tau with riMnttrn. for .. ttlwitx
.f the party and there WILY some to itch. Hut washing" with Cuticura to tl ur.. with we te tra.lt
( "
you on limtultltut Iliturr of .
kirM wlu>
or it may account for a whole Mquadilrou "n nt r ou think or r *i>ln >lnir ,
comment that the work of the Soap and putting on Cuticura Ointment oralteringanrVrrlofYour irenrui ...nllary ").''''U "Always| ...l...l tu twin ihInK. over.
drives it all away. I am scventv-one of hostile warships. The chance
committee should have been Inaugurated years old to-day. Ot'(}.N.'\'_teate..Vont- ix, worth taking us, a commercial |s.salhility. Atlantic Plumbing Company
while he was away from master, Ceylon. N. Y., Apr. 29. 1907." : '
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It looks ati though: It Mere -
both Dover and .--S i SI.MI-SON:' Itt0| '
Washington. Hut j lit' \\.t Ml.! haui. :'t" N
:New are two of his "young men" and 1 I FOOT time for this CJo\eminent to KO/: Into Pl.t :MIllNtJ. STRXM: HII.|lt fi,\S KirriN: i ('hrtue 1.I"i H..j n....'ill... .'11'If \. t"
COMFORT the airship businexx, for we have the
close personal friends. They had a
Bath with Cuticura and men the money and the eiithu
thorough understanding with him be. I Soap
fore he went away'and It Is a safe assumption Anointings with Cuticura. and It looks like a paying \eiitnreMiuh ln"III'' ,
f Soak the feet on retiring In a strong,
that whatever Is done will j hot creamy lather of Cuticura Boa p.
be thoroughly In accordance with thePrealdent.s Dry. and anoint freely with Cuticura merriment of a more or lea"' .
wishes. Some of the Ointment the great Skin ''Cure. Band- Innocent sort has been canned by the ; You Are Insured. A

ponents of the Taft candidacy are op-I age Forec lightly ernasinflamrnatfonsandchafln in old. soft! cotton or linen. I' "test ride" of a number of Washington .

clined to take the preliminary of the feet or hands, for redness, roughness army officers who have been up
cracks and fissures with brittle, j for promotion In the week, It 1
of the committee as a slight upon his shapeless nails this treatment works I I pant In a Company that i* it"-.{",n.ibl<-, have a I'olio C"rreollj
position in the party councils but wonders. Guaranteed absolutely pure.Ounptete is the first time In the history of the Written Will! Liberality of 1'ulicy t'UIIUIU.t and the Couipait
_. I I service' that It has nut been taken for ) r.
this Is not the case and It is generally Every UUIJlOP iF sternal O. aDd JDtternaInt(bldnm, and Adults Foe 1 rays .tosses 'rul"I''''
that the committee will ease. elr la.tieura IDt"'n = the 51V.Uura 1p, granted that an army officer who could
expected =\ I'i"'i""
Otnlmeel ( to akin' *Ml
his ("uU.'ura Rew>lv.-..,(1'>(10' .'oreuheh.nnof('Mmlat. | still walk could alas ride. Hut this IM
take action for a Taft reception on ,_.t) ._.
Ou t* return that will be a striking testimonial ) sill Wmughout. aol. t rut7s.the. nmium.work?.. MUM.Putter Oruc l""lwm.uee. I| a fallacy, as everyone knows, who has

to the Secretary of Wart I aI Yausd yeas Cuuoura Uook oo Sits D...... Been any mature man holding down

.. an arm chair. The result wan that p That no serious lois nan uvfrouuie without have
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The Navy Department la busy out operators were, they managed" to eliminate an order wan Issued three weeks ago 1 *.

fitting the battleship squadron for Its most of the sympathy the newspapers for the army officers In '\'a..l1l1lltonwho

long trip to the Pacific and' Is up would have had for them by were preparing for physical'ex

against the problem of Increase in the attempting to break the leased wire animation to prepare also for the tent Fire Life Accident and Health lusaraoce.

price of foodstuffs. There will be I contracts and UfO up the news service ride. Many of them who knew their ,

of eatables and The telegraph companies managed to riding was a bit obsolete did practice 1 1
about 6.000.000 pounds Nona but whable Cun'i'.III... Kepr...nted.
drinkables needed by the fleet for the I get along without,*!)" strikers and the In advance And the price. of gentle saddle /

voyage.! It is not necessary to go Into chances I are that the strike will dl horses at the local livery stable

details' as to just what this Immense I natural death and the companies and went up several percent. Hut at the
1VI.
A. : CUSHJ.\lrA.N
tore consists of, though the principalItem I press associations will In time train last moment the War Department I... ,

Is fresh meat. Uuylng In such I new men to do the work of the old sued an order that no home (-(nlill 1 Information! oh.f rfulljr fonnvhrd. OAINKHVILI.K. FLORIDA

Immense quantities the Navy Department Hut that haw nothing to do with the IM tiMed In the ride who did. not have

Is able to get of course the very 'slugging," This haM been a feature a "square unequivocal trot," This "

Itottom prices and the more so that nl tfxi mail)' of the great strikes In tIC) disheartened' two of the proutteetlve.

the furnishings of the supplies la a 1 the {pant. roHiiltlng In many of thettrlke riders that they dropped. out before

matter of competition. Hut it has I breakers getting: beaten, settle! the ride began, and three others of

been found that the general IncreaseIn 1 times killed and oftener seriously In.lur.'CI. them had to quit| by reason. of "pliynl-
.
prices has effected even these Immense J The sluggers were somktlmesconvlet cal dliuihlllt)" at the end of the first t Fay.SholosTypewriter'

purchases. All the staple articles ,..I l, fln.Ml anti ru'nt to Jail but ten miles. All those who nnlnhe the ,J .

of food and drink that have toN t this: scarcely |"''f''II.1' ' Hie evil. The ride were Miff' and wore, and severalof I

bought are materially higher than striking telegraphers have evolved anew them will I...* n.h f.r.wly reoominendefi I

the defMtrtment has ever had t.. pay\ MChenin of HlaKKinC' that results l>y the retirement |IMlftnl when

fur tiie'ii before Even on the ,....it I In headachfM but no broken head*, and they come up for their uuualty \a-r- .

N.URht In such varieties there wan 1'''ful'f'rM the work or the rent| aiiloMmore functory ev.iiuliiatlon.

than If the. strike breaker did l Af'R111111ElhI11:1: :
A general advance of a rent a pound. t
This Indicates the general price Hit nation not return to work at all. It IB .ini|>l\ Negro D.ptl,t Convention. I TIIK IILMTr :!"

and shows why the householderwho that the "pickets UN the wairherw fit The convention of the 'llethlehemChurch. M.ICIII.M 1 1 : U li ill: JUIIIIY.T:

buys In comparatively microscopic! the strikers are ,railed 'lay for the neKroen" of Forlda. which lists

'i'lantitles. has ir pay such a heavy strike l reaker,, .IM the> are going| out fx>eii In .ie....1.111| with Krlendnhlp' lisle| i JI a H Tabulator

"icrease. The officers of the fleet for 'liinrheoii und Invite them to lunch tint church, North I'himant. street, t \\mwmi I [ mm[ I --ONEv ;

feel the added cost of outfitting even to 'talk It over (lure safely at this city. for the pant th,., or four .'ry 1111ctinit.)

more than'the Government. The runtrial luncfuttii. the> Ntriliern ar.' tcenerou days flnlihItn' work Hundny night, i

They entertain' and fiirnlMli liquid/ MM adjourning. for the I
that the Navy Department Is year I I.ighte.t shift I.lKhtml 'Kiitminirt t l iChampion
lying In I I. what might I- calledthe well) an cold refrenlunetitu. They lunch This was one of the largest and
H eed Writer of the U'orld
rough stapler In the Way of proiHlcin and talk with the strikers arid thenlunch flout lntriicllv and Ixtienrlttl con- ) I.

*. Everything In the way of some morn. and before the tin ventlons of the. church ever h.I.llh the Ute the Krjy Hholr. )f",. .'a,.Hli(ie* luu

p4>riitork Ire a\ar. lh<*y ur<* Htn''". There were present about two .. I. '.In..III.' than any other machine.

have to pay for out of their own |*.ok- londet for bear an the .Ka> lng I I" hundred delegates. | from every +..<". I

",t". and being bought In smaller'r'intltles and aunt back to work A drunken lion of tlie Htate. reprentlng ome'' . For Hal, by .

and privately, the added o(>eriitor can do more things with a of the bailing!: Haj.tUt rhurche of

r r
and the result has l to-.-ii h.*artbr. kliiK si| eakr>r. lit the delegation= Mini altogether :! R. C. DAVIS & CO. Jacksonville Fla ,

to the'rompanlen many tin..-.. It may th meeting was a most pleaii' j
was announced thin week that a
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explain to recipients of teleicrnia M ant one I
!\.1IW commander has been assigned to
good many thing that they did not The dl"irate. left for their .itrl'' j -
"It' iiBj
> President's the Mayflower.she ;
yacht
has been for two under understand before. Hut after all. |<*-, homes Monday, well pleased with the. ..", iimnimmmmmmmmri, '

Commander tears hair| It U better than I'h.III",1! I 1'1K et nveiitl' and the treatment r'-rrlr.dl j I t
mmand of LJeut. Ix>ng.
lung that ended In the Jill the tail-! hers . '
!lit at tt.e hand of the ce.lored. IM1 ESTABLISHED 18OO
an he Is gola% with the battle.riip E
court and the nienc-nry h'Mpttal' tile 1 of wh.rtft they were guests"Ffufterr
) squadron to the 1'aeifle.
a np'fW"I( 1 r E
"m.r had to b*! a*.1 nM. He I I. Karl j
t,,, The War Ito-partment l. taking a' -1 day and night the '
le.tnc.. who wan with the Prel torn.-at i
**-ntUl party oil ther *'* nt trip to great Interest In the coming unlearn of itching i.II.Mi. Nothing helped n.*. 1 5 I H F. BUTTON & COJ!i

f' 'rlam" and who It .Is Ml Rla"a rare at HtIx>ui. Here out the :ht until f uwd !>>MU'. Ointment 1t ;

**\ tmpmflofi on the f'reui- of this month there, will assemble cured m. prnutn*' illy -lion John E ,;,

,',- lured| cciuntrl/ 'If the world to rummpete'4t UI.-AI..IU.s, IN
1J..r: l. mort or less a personal :apMntment -
>r the int.rnatvmal, trophy that When U-. rainy. days uttiz we will. E
with the President, *o It'vtdent
was won for Aro.*r1rn taut year by wish w..- fwd rke our hayHe I E
that Commander Voglesangt

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v 'i admiring the nand diplomatic' him lb.. reeoeltrnetnds If _beD UM blood

time ul "alucKtog" that the striking C'eee.ee6tse, f-l" --., H tits loxrv.aad wbcntb' aenss titsclira.wra. GAIXHSVILUC.1 I : I'LA.J11H1 .

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1xDUFFALO' not do enough ion me. and really was
,BILL WAS, HIS FRIEND! A Woman's Bade
\ Inclined It appeared to me. to be
.;:)! ( Pleasant Hour Ilea many aches and pains caused by miffed' when I told him that I ..rea1-
A H. E., Benson Spent weaknesses and falling or eth"r displace
Iced he had plenty of business of his
"""* With Showman In Jacksonville. ment,of the pelvic organs. Other symptoms
own on hand and could not afford to
JI. E. Benson of this city spent oneAof of female weakness are frequent
headache d/sires. Imaginary speck or be devoting his time to entertainingold
the pleasantest bours of his life .
dark spots floating before' the eyes gnawIng friends of a quarter of a century.*
';. Saturday In Jacksonville with Col. stomach dragging or
sensation In When Mr. Benson resigned from the
't 1 W. F..Cody more familiarly known bearlngdown In lower abdominal or pelvic
detective of the of Worcester
force city
,I., '. throughout the world aa "Buffalo Bill" region, disagreeable drains from pelvic
Benson organs.faint spells with general weakness.. he was presented by the police
r. .of whom Mr. has had the :,
"'' Jf anyconsldersbl number of the above force with a magnificent solid gold
acquaintance symptoms
'rf ring which he retains with great
.
'Thirty-three:; years ago Buffalo Bill that wYuglve quicker reliefer a more per- The Kind You lave Always Bought and which has been
pride. It In appropriately engraved
made the acquaintance and friendship ma ent K than Dr. Plerce's Favorite in for 30 has borne
\ use over yean, the Hl naturc
t has a record of over forty with the Masonic' emblems and the of
";1t of Mr. Benson Id Worcester Mass.. ;1,;[ years of eufcS Jf is tte-.m<>otlnvtgirntlftg tefl% emblems of the Worcester police, and and lies been made under his per-
r, and this friendship notwithstanding I J tnnft* fflj jitrengthfnfvf Is valuable band. V&x aonal supervision since Its infancy.
the long and continued separation A n ftnown to ppfftff extract al i*sole ol.native cot. t,.edlcl-made a very ; II ' oftbecl/ccrlc
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has always been warm and valued on I All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good";
nal roots found in our forests and contains WHO USES HYOMEITThe are but
.,f' both sides.. not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or Experiments that trifle with and endanger health ofIn
\ Mr. Benson was for a habit-formingdrugs. Its Ingredients are and
i many yearn fan to Children-Experience against Experiment.
the and at- Best People In Gainesville, ,SayJ. I
; >detective In, Worcester. In 1874 Buffalo all printed on bottle-wrapper
W. McCollum A. Co -Guaranteed
tested under oath as correct. -
'# Bill with his Wild West Show Every Ingredient entering Into "Fa In Catarrhal! Troubles.No I What is CAST-ORIA
visited the New England town, and
:r. vorite Prescription has-the written endorsement 'i
(while there had the misfortune to have of the most eminent medical I other remedy or treatment for *
'stolen from him a very valuable turquoise writers of all the several schools of pr&CI I catarrh has ever been as popular or II astoria. is a )u nnle substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric
to tice-more valuable than any amount of made so many remarkable cures In Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is JMeanant. It
pin which had been presented
-! testimonials -though the
non-professional contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarootle
t bhn by the Duke of Aelxls of Itu... la.l latter are not lacking, having been eontrlbuted Gainesville as Hyomel.
The best people attest its curative substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroysYornu
::"Who had seen the mL terful work voluntarily by grateful patients
]t the scout and no admired him tlyitiva I In numbers to exceed the endorsements virtues say J. W. McCollum &. Co., the and allays Fevcrishness. It cures DlarrlioL-a and Wind
given to any other medicine extant for Colic. relieves Teething- Troubled, cures! CoiiMtlpatiouand
local The fair In which
.. agents. way
gave him this token of hit ,>preelation. -
woman's Ills.
of
the
cure sold, to refund the Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates! the
Hyomel
was money
;, The pin was valued anywhere You cannot afford to accept any medicineof
substitute unless it gives satisfaction, was the fitomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
unknown
from $2.500 to 3000. aid nay J composition a* a
!:
.If aurally the great scout did not for this well proven remedy or KNOWN: best proof when it was introducedthat The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
covposmow,even though the dealer may
the Idea of having It it possessed unu tml curative
predate| aII-I
make a little more profit thereby. Your
"jnway from him. Interest In regaining health Is paramount powers. J. \yo McCollum & Co. took GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

,{"r As noon an. Buffalo lUll ascertained to any selfish Interest of his and It Is an'I all the risk of the treatment giving
Insult to Intelligence: for him to try Bears the of
-"r that he had lout thU valuable your satisfaction, and left It to the purchasers Signature
. to palm off upon you a substitute. You
v' token 1 Kent, for Mr. Benson, then to be the Judge.
> know what you want and It is his busl- I I
'chief of detectives Worcenter. and I flees to supply the article called for. Later, when Hyomel was used and
i who enjoyed the reputation of "getting : Dr. Ptarce's Pleasant Pellets! are the recommended by our well-known physicians 9
original ""Little Liver Pillsflmt put up and business men and their
anything if It was to be gotten. and i
by old tr. Pierce over forty years ago
q told him of hit iiilMrortune. ;Mr. Ben. much Imitated but nover equaled. Little wives as a treatment that absolutely ; 4

.1J' son. with an air of confidence, told<< sugar-coaIad granules-easy to talc as cured catarrh no matter how seriousor

tl Col. Cody that It hiM pin wan lost or candy. long standing the .Bales rapidly The Kind You toe Always BoughtIn

? stolen In Worcester it would be returned --- --" .- -,- .. - - -- _. ---. grew and today there is no other
within a we.k-and mire the fact that I had been successful remedy in J. W. McCollum & Co.'s

" .'' 'enough It was UK the officer got down I In restoring.. hit 'tout jewel wan sum- stock that has", such a large and staple Use For Over 30 Years.

':"k.. to business at once and found the clent reward for me. lie thanked mea sale.The T e eellYMlll e.n..Nr. YY wiw.V.nicct.C.W 110"4-""'.

pin In a short time."NotwIthHtnndltig I I thousand tltnew as he held my bandIn first breath of Hyomel's healing

'X that .Col. Cody I his and made me promise If he air kills all catarrhal poison.

was overjoyed to get that token of : within hundred miles of Try Hyomel today on J. W. McCollum .
ever ----- -
came a --
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(ka:I: esteem back: Mr. Meimon Maid In me again to come to nee him us hiM & Co's. offer to. refund the
'' I If the treatment does not give THE C01VJ:1VJERCIALIt. : : :
fc,talking over the matter Monday, "he I guect. money

$1ft. was very anxious to learn where I. "Well, that wan thirty-three yearn you satisfaction. .
DA1HKE. Proprietor.
f* got It, and how I worked up the case. age" continued Mr. Benxon, "but I

c>, To be frank. I told him that n little had not forgotten the Incident, and When a man seeM a mummy he 209: 1 K. fain: St., X. (Two Blocks -from the Public ::ttuiioj i

\,, ( girl picked It up on the street, whichwai I complied with his promise-arid I felt clAn.t help but think of the possibilities Gainesville, Florida. Phone 200.
,. all he could get out of me. and right glad I did, for he showed In his he let llp.
he was content to set the pin, MO he heart that he was glad I had come! a Large ,i>mtortal>lt rooms. Table *U| i>li ;.i
ire d lay-Hjwt-ial %% ifcly rater. f-olicit:: tlio patronage" of tru\' -lin; im'n
JUT
Harsh weaken the
was satisfied with thin Information distance of .nlxty-nlne miles to shake physics react
bowels cause chronic constipation. .
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Cody offered me a liberal reward his honest' hand-and I feel sure thatI
,; but I told him that 1 was IIHTOJy would have been with him until now J the Doan's stomach Regulets cure o|>constipation.erate easily, tone 23c. Send Us Your Next Order for Job Work

i doing my duty as an officer and If I hadn't broken away. lie could Ask yumr druggist for them.

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R REPUBLICAN BOSSES. The President Is unsatisfied with

I h .Qihz: hut: I the (constitution but. all the comforthe .

The Insincerity of the Republican could give the Cairo. III., people' I BACKACHf

I leaders of Ohio on toe reform of *as to hope that sometime In the dim I -

yyserrd.I u. Pat 081 ve s>t Gainesville... abases and the corrupt use:of moneyin future It would be. amended Inci
I ..aeaoad elaaa nail natter.u . elections Is shown by the returnof dentally President" Roosevelt evidenttv 1

I McCWBAJRTJKSSE . .'..Bdltor and Publlnber.Cly the discredited Boss Cox of Cincinnati -;i takes for granted that through; him I I
' a. to power. He now'"neems to have u now era may be Inaugurated; Still "
I' u.1 wrote you for advice writes Leila Hagood
Eo. t1&'Z.' ."......... .. ... Editor. complete control again of the Republican -' there Is no getting; around the fact I
: machine In Hamilton county and 'that ike have prospered for ; of Sylvia Tenn., "about my terrible backache and

r JL PREWWT.!: ....> Snpt. CompoalnrRooma.g according to a press dispatch has even I tion under the \ "" \ J/t'lIt'rlt'j monthly pains in my abdomen and shoulders. I I

gone so far as to dictate the nomination panic law. and It requires
OFPICJh PORTER BI.OCK.TBUPROHB. had suffered this nine and five doctors
6. of Judges. judge Ferris who fourths of the States to agree to 1 way years
.'.Kale Street. 434"V"
i now occupies th? superior bench amend. It. had failed to relieve me. On your advice 1 aook
;;;_:t'.! Ben*.published ever morning ca- states that he and his colleague Judge" t tWine
X joday,delivered' bv carrier in the city or of Cardul. which at once relieved my pains
-.pC Hoeea. have
been denied renomlna
In Kennebec
Away up county.
of the Vailed State
Dcd to any part postage '
*ai se.for*S a jrcrt f-50 art IIIOatha: *i.33thrr lions because they did not permit Boss :Maine, we are told that 1.200: persons" and now I am entirely cured. I am sure that

yo-tha:or 50 teat fy fiTe-weeka-atrictly la Cox to dictate the appointment of a have revolted against the beef trust Cardul saved my life." ; i

__ace, trustee of the Cincinnati Southern and will abstain from eating; meat for
I
Reading notice In local column 10 cent a line ,i railroad. ten tiny si. Nearly' two years ago .we It is a'safe and reliable remedy for all female
brat inoertioa.and 9 centa for each additional Congressman" Nicholas Longworth were assured that the beef" combine
tot fcuertkm.StMle son-in-law 'of President Roosevelt 1 laI had disbanded by order of the" court diseases such as periodical ,\

,*<*r display advertising. made known' onpitlcatlon. I evidently content to be part of the and our strenuous Republican ndmliittration *- pains irregulari- nuts ADVICE -

Cox machine" and while his strenuous la the beef trust a "good Writ IM a .....r .4_nii... .n

The TwteeVweek ties U aa elctit-page. fortyccMroa father-in-law |U so much exercised trust that It Is still allowed to ty, dragging down sensations

paper. published every Monday and over the necessity of defeating Tom plunder people! or Is Republican trust headache, dizziness TMCh.t..aaa MNkh.a Cwt CA.! r .I:
'ri:ursday. and cootatna all the news of theweek Johnson for major of Cleveland who busting: a flat failure'I'nele backache etc. ...... T.n_. JU
local. State and general and will bewailed I ,
e\en his opponents Is capableand -. - -
to of the Unitcvl: agree
postage free any tart I - -
or Canada for fi.oo a jrear-in adrancr. honest the Influence of the administration Joe Cannon Is paving the ex-
States
'Is being used by Sou-li pent''.- of sixteen of the prettlettt girlsof At Every Drug Store in $1.00 bottles. Try it.

All adTertMnc bill become due after first f Law Longworth to bolster up the corrupt"Cincinnati Danville to trawl around and push
of advertisement units otherwise
appearance machine controlled by his h..c'nl for President" fuels. Joe'H
Upulated in contract. Sartiea not known to ua
will be required to, pay for[ adverttaog in ad I Iloss: Cox. How the" Republican vot rare method will put Fairbanks and WINE

lance address Tint DAXX.V bCN.GAINBHVIU.W era of Ohio can reconcile these anomalies Knox and the other ct>iit>>>rvutt\e (',1'"
I CA.RDUI.
Put. and vote to xuxtalii such t''I.dt .
dldat ". on their inettlo but If lie i
.
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------ -- -- >nt Inconsistencies" Is beyond belief thinks.* can with a bevy of maidens l OF

Another American heiress goes i, There must be enough honest Republ. boat a fear hunt to stir the iwpntltrhula. | ..
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down before the glitter. of a title And cans In Cincinnati who will vote with! IK Is" sorely nilntikkt'ii i I

Tkill take the count. the Democrats to again depose| the corI :=-- --- |

I I rupt boss: !: If their partisanship doe I'hf \VIIIUiiiM and l llryuu faction oftli 1\

Secretary' Taft says that we are nit not get the better of their duty to .< IKMnocrtttlc gnarly In Ma*..ucliuHfttM ot, ,

going; to have war- with Japan and their city and State, and there certainly et idetitly. In not wnnt to carry l4 GEIYEILIL fftIO9 3 REAL er i
doe not even hedge on a time limit will be enough independent" voter '
the Staff, nod would" split tlu |Party !:
to reprove President Roosevelt for ins wide| | open rather than !lose. ctuitrol .

Lemuel Ely Quigg. of Quogue. "man terference in Cleveland of the organization, let together, ;\ '

ufacturer of public sentiment for --- -.. 1"'IIU"I11' and tight the common '*e1L GAIN f'\/VILLK. FLORIDA r\,\ \
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crooked corporation is out of a job A TOUCHING APPEAL.The enemy that protects the trusts

itgaln.; ( UtAllAM BUILDING.WK .

Taft family eems to be ready The. way things are going It will '
: IIAVK: FOU SALE
The important question to,the many to swallow most noxious dose II MCMHI bo a shorter trip In point of
will the any On. lib. .5.....In IIOIIM. . in North liNl11eM1 ilir, just. on' l 1,1.l sk:. (r.tmIvHilroHil 1 .ru H. #
ambitious .Js.
Republicans elevate "Brother Kill tiiii '. to ( the Atlantic than It
i they can only "rottll'
on < irmii /Mnvt ; lot \4111'' > l i't I'ri.i< fUtHI' .
President be able to dictate--Win suc to the Presidency For In a late issueof will t he to reach the top I1clClr of .. tln foiir-riMtin IIOIIMin North Siuix-Mill; -, with lot I IIOxtix) f''tI'riee"

cessor' The Cincinnati Tlna.. .Star--ownpd skyscraper. f I';M), K --t tn |I'r ti ut II HII, #lii |1".1' inontli until paid fur lli.u-. rents.

by Taft's brother-v learn that: ,-------. - ., -.. for f-> |MT month
When Mr. Roosevelt''' gets to be an Any erroneous reflections upon the Twt'iitj itnxi.lfiHf lists in < ity linittx, aU |sigh! anal| .Ir). tp*"I I !I......
editor proofreaders will be put among South Florida lion froiitiiitf on nitv ..I..t.. electric lilM, city water uml till the .lvan.
01
character standing, or reputation _- tan to .IN liu.l in the ,-ltv. Prices rmiKioij! from 'ibM: ) to rV'AIMT .: .lrl--u.nK8T1IKK 'I
the "prohibited risks" by the life insurance any firm or (corporation '
person tt-iit iloMii, fIn |I..r inontli, y
companies. which may appear In The Times-Star A 1'1.YOI'U': I'Korr.UTY: U'iril t rs!: -.we anin MtMitioii is, nlaualet' ,
will be gladly; corrected If broughtto same after tin iiiOMt" M|>prx>'v'..l all.1 l inoilfm ulelh.als| .

Soap has been advanced In price. the attention of the editor." That Normal InstituteRAISE .
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knew It salvation will --J.'f
; go off theIr kindly feeling for the whole body 01 ,

list next-..cleanllnesa' is next to voters explains no doubt the recrudesceiise -. 8. JORDAN.[ W.V.. IIAMPTOlf.\:\

godliness, know. Is that
you of hoes CO"C.Jor
"undesirable citizen" Senator For. YOUR GRADE-That raise
your salary The South Florida JORDAN & COMPANINSURANCE '
The advocates of the lake-to-ulf aker. left outside of the all-enveloping

waterway?if they really want it, had magnanimity of the Taft family for Normal Institute will give you the

better calculate how much ship subsidy we also I learn from this generous! editor best help In raising your grade
L
it Is. worth per mile. that: "Senator Fomker has his South Florida Is the wealthiest and

'=':::::---==-'::':.:"-= good points. It Is more In borrow thanIn most progressive part of Florida. It

EVidently the Massachusetts' Democrats anger that we not bbl present apparent pays the best salaries. If you want PORTER lit OCK. C1AINHSVIL.1.I3. iL ORiIA ,

believe in living up to the modern willingness to take up the role a good school In South Florida attend y

Democratic idea-any old thing of a mere troublemaker In that (Gram) Normal. aDd "
the South Florida Fire. Life and Accident ..n1,:?;;: ; t, t '
except: to get together and win. Old Party to which he owes HO much.
For further particulars addressP. . _. ,
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How can Foraker resist this touchlualllMonl ...
W. A. B, Principal. .
to help out the Taft family, CORK

if Senator organizing Platt a new accuses political Gov. machine Hughes and Incidentally the C!. O. P.* T--.-.. ,Pads City. .. Florida.. _-

In New York. Perhaps it would be ------- ------------ ' - Pus --- THE DAILYSEABOARD SUN iDe a \IeCL.\%

more correct to charge him with putting Secretary Straus of the i' -lurttm'ntof REVIVO

Kind In the bearings of?the old Commerce and l-4'Lx.ir: hits come out RES ORES VITailTI ,

DIU' strongly for tariff revision Thin I h.
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something from an adiiilnlHtratlon that
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a
Th> annual complaint against the has l>eeii noted chiefly for its stand, '

hlpment of green orange. to North- patltini. Hut Secretary Straus Is ina Wall Man


r>f the press. In this particular the ) tilde of the question{ and the fact G1.It A.T _

.;ro**,'r. refuse to profit by pant ex- that he has IMMMI converted to vllon rL 7W =L1pMZIID1'pra.dnr. ;

''rl"ct"*, ought to go a K kly.t sre.wl.-n.tb. r.lallVgatia
---_-. -----.------------- .- other members of the "mn' arty thatIf menran re, aln th.ir Ir ot n ''nbaal .,.t
/M ta.n war re..,v'r I5.ir youihtul )lets b
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there Is more or less (trouble In Wp are to continue our commercial uatn( UEl it gal.kiy ao.l yutetly r.move. Air Line Railway ''
olitlcal camps/ everywhere. A Heiitjtlcaa expansion -<. mutt have fwiinelhlng In I Ns'rvouan..a. la'sVitaly ,..'..nalveaka.a.arE .. t
as lest l'mt r Fat'Isa Neowry
candidate for Congress 111 Ins the way of -rlirixH| !f-' and reduction I II tvs.tlas; Ii. 'a.p.. aa.i Aw't..f If abs+. C
.. ..hlttu.1 siesta and /n"isrrethm, stilt h unrr. Dina ha
ti.ina? I 18 opposing Fairbanks for Prcttl- to offer other countries In { attest. tniliMi or ,utikrrtatr It a : 4.117 cur SAVANNAH COLUMHIA GAMUKN: ST11ERN ( '. r
'dent for their good will by .Iartt.R a t t be e..,of J is..r, 5.-s t sa aye ,
tVhat 1 Is the of the
good
polltl- I I II nerve totilfl* iit.rf bleed Irulltf*.", I* Inr ..
al machine the cog of which ,slipn ;. I. r kba p/nk gl. wo p.Ie.1 .eN..a., re 1 INEW, KALKKJH, KICICMONU I .
'eiss lb. care ..f roust.. It w..r. net aprraall.gdie.a.e.
this manner.'he ..:..... KeyV.."t U now u dry lomn Za.lFenlr..lt.aJIllblt.r, WASHINGTON) HALTIMOHE. PHIL i
-- -- -- I the iHloon ko..P TM declining; tu takeout t n Other.l ran IM* rarrif-tl in ve.t vxirhn. Its ,
rttll.St.OO *'kaa er.lefor l.< V* ,
--- --- p'r o. Hi. NEW YORK.
license until after November r.tli, as..fra.'l.t..sadron..ltos I wcr, wish IVOTAU ADKLIMHA.
Ij Kollette boomers are UU- with aw.r.olee. ('Ir.ui.r. free. A.14r...
the date for holding the wet and dry 1
bullnic a circular In whk-h they MCOICI CO.. IMaeine< W<. Ctcst.. II*
election
"ak of President nOOllf"v lt'. "bar't ror 81 to Oalaesville. riorlda. by

'rlous proclivities" as glibly a. Mr. I W. U. Johoaoax. Dnliret.e Two Elegant Trains I P-uly:

Koo..fvvlt once spoke of the "streak of $100 REWARD $100. - -_. .- -
The readers of this will t hid' SEABOARD EXPRESS
rlarne paper
and brutal barbarism running !
., I ; ''a.a MfNAr J WCr. C?
rough the plead to leurn that there In at I..allt .
: Southern character"Ihe t ii' |..W I 44 i
I( one dreaded dl..ea" .8ft that science has Jfj.:; _' ::.':: SEABOARD MAIL

Sun agrees with The Tampa I in-en able to cure In nil Its tages.. and ........ _- .,...-.. '.... ...,...' -.
Catarrh Cure ... ... .
( that Is Catarrh, Hall's rw !r.xr h. ''' 1' *
iHmf. The fjM am* a-.J .... 10.1."
I i In the only positive cure" known tu tbjm "' .. .. ..,
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election eo. r' r.
In IIIU.U>ro county I I. a carr ; .
'l 1- > "lloal fraUrntty. Catarrh bring aconstitutional 4 fc r..; f: .. Modern Pullman Equipment
eip( nditnr c f unless .
money .. .
disease. requires a eon- 4. ,. .. .. ,
;
'
for the purport of permitting the
1! Htitutlonal treatmentfall's Catarrh
"rs of a fw election district that 4
already" dry tu reiterate th..lr ) Cure Is taken Internally, Acting dlrtx-t- N _J1rZ Jr -'- ...
I II ly upon the blood' and )UNJtI. wnr- r The Jamestown Exposition Lin
moont. upon tbe 4U*.tlon, .t ; r II -,
;, faces of the system! thereby d..troT.'I ] ,
-._. - i iI.J : .& i- :..' ;' ..r...
- Izur the foundation of the rSl...,_. and'giving ",'
'n., of the .JUeibodUt preacher 'I'' Ute patient strength by build- !'.. 1fi '...1.lX .If'! Norfolk Va.
,
<-rUJci lng enato KnoT: for favor the n.tituUon and at Unc eeocf. A"CO'r .oje a J
t' Ing up c .:'::', .. ..f..: ..: ...f
the Mormons; by voting to keep I nature In doing I lt, work The pro- I .......... ,rt Alt G4Jr.And. . .
:. "\ Stnoot la the United Stales Hn i i prletor pave *o much faith In its .,. . h .... .. '. r East ur.--ion 'ri<<-.t.tJi on Hal Daily
.. , ..,.. f.
but as. the President- also ape I curative powers that they offer OTM f...7.. r. ......- trs . iI

t+' .'.ed, and m. majority of the Rv Hundred Collar lor any case that U .. . I I.... .r...., .... .
...
lean Senators voted for Hotuot. falls to cure. Send for lUt of teeth. "' ........' 'Foe r..11< .sfolmatwa au.J 141..vr ,.....,..,;,..... tall OD ray. Agoal
.. : ". -' ..,. will.
single out Senator Knox as the mol &J'' Addrae J.u: .n ;: tt.t. roJ. or

t !.f Mormon .Tml"l't.abPr". TT K.. r. j. cnKfftrr .tt co nee. Toledo o ;;.;_' I..A, . . '. '; ... H. C', 111'1; t fU", Ja A-.n. U..I r..n&.r \tlt'{ .
Bold by DrvxxUt. & .r
.;t.Ueaa the I4>. lrtt' have had A. tnmparttth Take llU'.. ravmlly Pills toe coo.tl-- 1"- ';" 1 t!! =>..1 --' .. Js.i.o.vllle. Kla."DAtL" .
Mormon for year
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THE DAILY'SUN: GAUTESVIliLE;; IDS,. OCTOBER 15, 1907 7


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BILL FOR DIVOBOE.la :. CL Y'"DE STE.A.lVLSHXP: CO.,
tbs ClrouU Court.Ebr .h Judicial Circuit offtlorU
.. In and for AUebua County-In
(:habeery-M. $. Brown.. EbblwlJroW'a-

KING OF ALL LINIMENTS It Divorce arlnff Order by affidavit PublloaUon.appeoded to the bill
are
died the above .tat ' ,: Hrowa. the defendant therein named la ai
.N r CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL, PAIN ealdent of be State of Florida and him.. been
absent from ber residence for more than sixty
'r t "_AL & _A"a eWe......( rus.ffealre, day procedlDir this order of publloaUon. and
{ U R ES .. .... oaroR : .A4a .aokLON1. L4rrSAaoIf I to concealing herself no that *erHo of _bI -
C .:. ru.O.L. aeAMtt.T
r $T1II AM,. a r.OuTt. I poem and process cannot be served npoo ber. w
} Awats, OeeNp.a..e =
W nCT.__...........oatL.4rMS. Las ALL MHLAYtrATre.e V aWT.. : and ia over tae axe ordered of twenty that. one
:yean: It 1* therefore said
Ft defendant be'.nd sbe Is hereby: re-
t quired to appear to the B1U of Complaint
tiled In _lei cause on or before Thnraday.: the.I7tbdayof
October. A. D. I90T.otherwlae the
: j allegations by nald of defendant said bW will be taken aa confessed FO 0 Eo S.A.ILINQ-S: : EACH: WL rg

It t. further ordered that thla order be pub- BETWEENJacksonville
i It bod once a week for four eouwcutive
weeks In The Oslne.yUle Sun. a newspaper rind ,New York,
published September In said county 16tb. 1901.and atiiVe.Tbla : Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. C.. both *aj..

H, II. WIENOES. The Finest Steamships in the CoastwUe Service
Clerk Circuit Court. Alaebua Co., 1a.A .

; : [9e.true U M.copy H. WI.NUES of origins: Clerk Circuit Court. Clyde New England and Southern Lines
EVANS HAILE.SoUelt.or for Compl'&.
Freight Service Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX PKQVLDENCE. and All Eastern Point.
DEED UNDER SECTION S OF CHAPTKR Calling at Charleston both war.
48H8. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
S.m .:I-: EEKL Y S.A
: Notice l.. hereby fflven that A. J. DaOoat... JLI"N"GR8ou1hboond.
Trustee purchaser of Tax CertWoate No.3U3. Lewi. Wharf, lt I3tol
dated filed] said the sod certificate day of July.In my A. D.office I9CO., and baa Northbound.. ... ...... .. . From Foot of Catherine at.. Jack"nnvllI"I

BEAD THIS REMARKABLE CURE ban made application for tax deed tolnaue In
accordance. with law Said certificate embraces
the followlnir deMTlbed property "itu-
"I was much afflicted with rhetttnaUam writes sled in Alacbua county. Florida to wit: t Clyde St. Johns River Line
Ne 1-4 of Se 1.4 See. IS. TI" 11 S.. K. IS- 4Oacrea.
Ed.C.Nod,lowaville. Sedgwk.k Co..KanaM,"pnC .
about on crntchea and Buffering a great deal of pain.I The said land belnr. awteMHed at the date of I3etwears; JAGKOONVII and SA.Nt'OMO
:.... induced to try Ballard Snow Unlearnt which tbe Iwtuanoe of such certificate In the name of toi ping at Palatka, Astor, Bereaford (DeLaod). and lutvrm.,uiate Landic, ;.
r' cured me, after using three 50c bottle IT IS THIS Unknown.Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according on St. Johns River.
CRBATBST MNIMBNT I RVER USaDhnenc- to law tax: deed will Issue thereon on
ommended it to a number of peraona all exprea* the Slat day of October. A. U. 1M>7. Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
themaelrea a. being benefited by It. I now walk Witness my ortlclal alffnuture and' seal this h appointed to tail aa follow : Leave Jacksonville biolldayrUt.dBv"
I the 80th day of Sept ber. A. D. IM>7. nra!
,;1 without crutches, and am able to perform a great S. II. WIENOES. Thutadaya, 8:30 p. m. !!,,turniaK, leave Sanford Monday,
deal of light labor on the farm." pd Clerk Circuit Court Alacbua Co...,.. I Wgdnetdoyg and Friday. 9:3O .. ,m.. .
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THREE: SIZES: 25c soc AND $1.00 NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX bO\l h o"D4. MCU"':DUL ...urtI10......, ,

BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT DKED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CUAPTER Leavers lie* down:8O pro ... . .. . .. . . . Jacksonville . . . . .. Arrive Keat Hnj up ,,,n

ST. LOUIS. U. 2k A. 48KH. LAWS OP FLOIUDA. 8 :4\: pm . . .. .. .. . ... .Palatka. ... . . .. . . . .Leave N .i Vim I /
Notice. hereby given that Mary F. Chores.purchaser 3:00vm .. .. .. . . .... . . Astor ... . . . .. . . . 3:8orm:
dated the 4th of day Tax of: Sent.Certificate. A. D. 1906.No.ha filed ftl& . .... .. .. ...Bereaford (DeLand) . .. . . . . l-OOpui
aid certificate in my office and baa made application Arrive R:80am. .... .... . .... ... . Sanford. .. . . . .. .. . . B:8o ana

# SOLD AND KKCOMMsTNOKO BY- with law.for Said tax deed certificate to Issue embraces In accordance the fol 10:00 am. .. . .... .._. ._. .E1.. erpri.e.. .._. .. .. .':.._'_' '_.:_'_ 10:00 am

lowing described property situated In Alacbua PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE. W. BAY T., A n tUlH.U';
Sc)N- county. Florida towlt- _
rvvM. TET Se 1-4 of Ne 1-4 Sec. XI. Tp. 10 S.. 1C B-4O I F. M. laonMOxaza. Ja., A. O. P. A., Jacksonville, Fia.;
aerea.
- - - - - -- - -- -- The said land *elrur assessed at tbe date of JOHN Pa-NDaaf T. P. A., A. O. HAOBRTY G. E. P..t
the( Imuaoce. of such certificate In the name of Jacksonville Fla. Pier M N. R., New York
Unknown.Unlea
t *said certificate shall be redeemed ac-I O. H. TATLOK 1'". T. M., C. C. BROWW, O. P. A..
uordlnir to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on JSO Broadway' New York.L. .
the. WIne 31st, day my of ortlclal October.signature A.D. 19O7.and seal this I). .Jo..... T. F. A., L. S. SCROBLB. C. A..
the autb day of September. H. D. I9U7. Jacksonville. Fla. Leeabure. Fla.

pd ctetk Circuit Court S.Alacbua H. W1ENQES.Co..Fla. I I I N. G. Coopxa. Ja.. F. A.. E. SWINDAI.L. O. F. A..
Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 86 N. R.. New' York
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX I C p. Lo....... Airent, Jaekaonvlllfl. Kla' ,
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER _
Iftrl1N1 488$. LAWS OF FLORIDA. I I .

Notice la hereby trlven that W. S. Broome. '
; : purchaser of Tax: Certificate No. I4V dated
he lib day of July. A.. D. 111II." ha ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY/
filed said certificate In my office and baa
made application for tax: deed to lamia In
accordance with law. Said eertiflcate embraces
the following described property alt- llsa oorpox'dfittdsd.)
uated In Ala bua county. Florida towlt:
Block n: Block W. lens Lots I. Z a. 4. ...and
aft T; Lot. 13 and It. Block SI; Block 84. lean Lota E. E. VOYLE. MQ-R.
: I. *. S. 13. IS and 14; Lota I I. S. a. IX. IS and 14.
lloek 85; Lou |. a. a H. 9 and 10. Block M. and I Abstracts of Title end fall information furnished regarding: land IB thiaoanty '<
Lots 8. .. 6,7. 8. 9 and 10. Block 87. Town of Our manager ha lived in this county thirty year' and
Newberry. ia thoroughly conversant with" land titles.
Tbe aald land being assessed at the date of .
the issuance of nucb certificate In the name
is the Best Company Ueo'L Phoa. Fia.Unlvanaaidoertlnoate '
A t.r aball be redeemedao- 1fl '
BL -\f a Yom H
0 AllTlirrr ordlmr I to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on ...
.of the 14th day of November. A. I>. 1907.
Witness nay ofnolal signature and seal this FIKK. ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY IN8UKANCKenting : It., fie
the llth day of October. A. D. I9U7.M. .
I H. WIKNQES. h number of pruminont American and Knsrllsh companii'i
pd Cler.k; 'Circuit. Court Alaohua Co.. "'I.... REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOAKH,
arc IIKIIIJT mini ctrtler wluskle{ on the market. Some
Ga.:1.c..es L1.ILe: Fl..ori d.R
JE'fNMI'II.IInt""* otherwise. W> err j,rolw hy) the only whUkey cli'- NOTICE Or" AI-PLIQATION >t>R TAX

S tiller who mnkr H HjwM-iHlty" cud l ik study of iiinliriiial whUkie DEED UNDER SECTION a OF CHAPTER


'jc I I I... Die nnuic wr I I.ffro luivt iritrii our liljrli-jrrmlc turn or rjruhiskry I II I purchaser Notice 4WM. LAWS In of hereby OF'lax: FLORIDA Ortlllrate irlren that.. No.W S.Xtt Broome.. dated [IVf OAK. Ml[ j dUlf[ RAIlROAD[ (CO.

mode hy the "I'rimithr. .Mllnxl," ntul. trriiilly recotnHMmlttl the died 4th sate day eertlllcate of Nemetuber.in A.my O.116.odee., and haa

:t I I iiiul prrnorilwil by pli\. ..ii-iuni mitl "|IM iulitts fur Invalid baa made application for tux: deed to lanue
Miul romMlrxcntH.ylro In accordance with law. Said certificate em- Schedule Effective April 20. 1906.
bruue the following described property situated s --- -
In Alarhua county tiorloa. pock -
I > :
,, Lot 10 IUuck4. Newbeiry. Nn I No. .S No. S I No. No 8 :. 12 :''Ii... 4
The auk laixl belnx aattepwed at the date of Oall !Sub Only Dallies STATIONS Daily .sS"DOnly'SunOnIT' I.UeJlI
Rye or Corn is Express Prepaid j the W. A Nwuanre. Pollard.of ouch certificate In.the name of I i-- Sun I Sun :AuaAM r

f Unle"Id certificate shall tie rec'lef'mf"d.reollttnar t PM PM PM)1 M A'-
on Southern Express Lines : to law tax Ueeil will liMue' thereon Leave Leave Leave Arrive .Ar.h A. rhe Arrhe'
on the Hih day lit November. A. UISO.' Ill 1 r0 .Lire Oak..... .. NI 10 41) MI
} Witness mv ofOcltil Kurualure and seal this Ar = 9O Aria A.r : : Y' . Ly : : t.. : m VLa 9 t. L /Pt 4JLvM
s the lath day of t>''....ber..A D IM>7. Ly44A (veil) I tlOwUnal ,' ark.. ( Ar 19 11'.1 Ar4Flt, Ar)10 Ar
; S. H WIKNUKS. 11 4 e7 Ar 4 15 ._ Mayo Junction ... S 2i 4 4It: 'I.. It 40. LtAr
Four Full $3.40 I \.1\ Clerk Circuit ('"un. Alaobua Co. "'I... I 1tO!! A r IO Ar 6 ic ... ..... . .... ._ I I.t 1\11 I.v s uu. Lt 6 NAPIO
Quarts i .SO. Ar"a.ai A0.5t. .:,'. .".ml.Perry........... I."c ri ,.. 1 yt Ilv sLa

: Connection made as loltnir lark for all trains to and from Ijvr Oak and Perry .oOI .'
Shipment assorted its you like I I too and Mayo Junction for Mayo. Alton sort aIUnt.r1IIMI.e tolritn.KOT .
Information m* to eofiDectlon with other llo.... ',bone or ci IIIt c-n rjecer.l I*.w*eif.r
H. J. DEMPSEY irrnf'tibonc I4T. Lewin ItulMlnir. LJreOAk.THOMAS .
IJO""LINU. l're>cld..t. K. P. IIOfKlNS.. Uenrrur..,,T A' 'ot
+ii?': 'llti wli-Lt\ )I'''......**... .1 rurr Hii.l ilrlifnlr, arontu HIM! an I I r..... OAK l-xminA.

<-.<|iiiiilr |'II'IIIe.t.| It !i.. rio''h in liotirivliiiirttt" in(l tissue hiiiklirtjt, I t. =

1 )pr..|lrrlir.( niiil rptnMf. lit "rnk nrwl) tldu.tle !>t<>in,ol>..
New and SecondHandFURNITURE

NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE

I "Ask the Revenue Officer"l



l:+rry *lii 1|"nteiit } ,..cr..ln.1 (tti |I.ilr'
|irtit|,tly. I 'Ira\"iiieilts.: :Slmw\ C'a *t:!* ExpositionIt

Mado to C )rdl'r. J'piring:

1! r r K -.-. I a t p'dalt. Soli on ( '4)111llli$4iun. -

I is Complete in Every Department.



R. M. Rose Co.. I Storage nt Rooms Irlwnnl4p: l 'in IvMttit Connection,

; The War-Path
1101( K.: 1'nton :M., /ialnesrllle; .'1... Air-Ship


Jacksonville./. I t

CHAS. W. DUVAL Naval Display.

A.tltitittt. Ga. Chattanooga TVnri. I Shoe Shop


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Will inUjiv-t unl instruct you IV not fail: t, > .-
Near <"Tall"..,., .\ "nit' IJttry :"'tahko...
at iiuce.

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limier from nearest point. first.CI8SYork Done Always. For I l'.1utifull.illlli'. ) tT \tc.1 l (foMor coiitaininir 1114. .

__ (criptivo matter l h-t of hotrN, ('tlwrit..

BROWN HOUSE BARBER SHOPtarnet

FRANK C. BOYLSTONDISTRICT
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':: HEALTH Ai. ND VITALITY : '..1').. rop PASSENGER AGENT - JACKS8NVHLE. FLORIDA


mil : A Th'>roiijrhly Mo l.,t n Shop
& a13 ti V asp taZrr at x, a.raT.
., The Rv..at h.+. ant tent"' r llaiv' rr'\V at 9w r,'r n .n end wrntew. petrtecwstn
..netk and "tAl.\., t>u up U.. .,....'" cwt tat ews tho .O".al vuror Meat Stotf'Ulatac Apparatus sad all ATLANTIC *
"," :tww2U.aa4LygJnr.ai .... __.D a tlUX. Far..lebvalldtuRgt-s... 4 th. Latent. Toolca, with nn lAN COAST LINE 'Srgr
:,} or wo wilt makllU _aanoiFrar.L. e. t.w 4r< 4 f pew.., 81 00w'r.., artut. will b. fovtMt MT.
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SUNK IN WEIGHTED BAC1. I BUULET HOLE IN TEMPLE. I 1- 13TT8ZX7ZBS8;:: :: O N.DtIDR !
poY ,
.
PUEELY
pers Discover.... glea., Arm leu !I John Dickens of Near Tucker. Sup. S f 1>.Vl' RE B. MORRId.i h t
pAd but Let It Fall in River. pored To Have. Suicided. S

YphU. Oct. 14.-The body Tucker. (.a r4 Thnraday
:
Jnliud : GETjJJ3LE
0386 3> Q
11.11: an vl-i !less and arms miss. morning Jo an IH4.'I..t'Il": n respected . . D NTIS'l" .

trI\ WA3, placed In & bag that had been farmer. 53 .y ara ot stir who lived 4 S S S. is reco,ni/etl: everywhere not only;" the he.t:! of; all 1>K>.*1 ;puri i i

;; _.i l and* thrown into the EH.-U- miles north of Tucker, wa found deadin fierami the greatest of nil tonic. l hut the one medicine that cat. be l..'*rtt I

** *, river It Is supposed that the hi*" barn a few: stop In th<> ro-r Wit, t .1' Mute safety by evervoue.onnjrorolil, U.,--e; in ri>bu>t h .\hh. "%r l.'mC' nice M rou. KuJ{ r*. IOb01le 73 1 rtxur i

tat was murdered but who sbe of hlt4' d"\ rllici Indications pointeitto '*e w \o.-ce eystems are delicate anil sundown, tuay use it with the wane ---
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.cnan' : slie met death who d'ta\- suicide.A 10..1! ryllts! ant <'CJU.Atlyithunt' t .ar of any wnplfis.-int or injurious after

wass, bow whea was pistol was:: found tying across:! his }ftv-. Next in importance to rvtnovin.7, the cause ()( any disease is theCOtu
lDmb( r n'd thv toer Hrer or Is not known Tie bod>'. A bullet sole through his right Il',," in which the system is left alter course of ntc'lical. treatment.th DlALUJt: MAN A l'I:ARC};.

ptace'dbo recovered and lost br men temple told the story.At l\IC'th"lnes! containing nle-TCury. potash or other "trung mian.'r..l. iugmlienta
IT was often liu permanent injury by eating out the delic.lte limn and! tissue of '
river for the federal soy the} coroner's inquest the vcrJ'ctwa }; I) ENTlB'CS.
jr.. '=.rg the < < tlint he cufnmu..1! | .niet.le. His! the tu1n.\ch. producini chronic nr4p'p. unfawurtbly ntTretinr the bowels

jv 'nt.ocel. wife testin:1. J that he, In I and :0\ '.rnnin the syytetn otherwise. that even if the ori;inat disease 11.1..1 Office
W". Thompson.- U. S. en. came Ut- fnllnAtlanta bua over IXittoa Jb Co'. Bawls,
J. I n n.ntu\C.'d frnu the 'stetll it is left in such n ttraketicd, and eran-eJ!
of the dredging AVr,:lii('s..laj night and vuvlut; : Phone ::!H\. Gatne.vtlle. FU.u. .
i
charge opons comlit'.n is
that thc health
In
.jr! 'r perntan".tttly in'rMir",1. S. S. S. enjoys the "tis-
e -, In the Delaware! river off the be ryes cuTd. \\tnt to bell In an adjoining t tindl.'n or being the OIIJ a blood utrtlk ire on the m.u1.d UII.t does! not contain ---- -----

,ier end of this city, sent to the.o'oaer : room to hers without *.% InK atitittertlingredietatof statue kind It is m.ideentirtlyof the he.llin de.to-

). a report made by one of hie supper. When sho awoke T.uir d&monuDR > i, injt: evtr.icts; and juices of routs herbs and bark tlicre,,l directly fn>ti the D uor.r. c. I r.owr.us.Ortlce : .

,f nature under our own supervision., anal I when they reach I! .

the body was brought to the surface the house she tn tltut
..f the water by a dredge but It fell and was horrlHt tl to rind >il" Itfelesi prI''rtlt' We otTcr a reward of t.lexto for |I".of that S. S S. contain* Hparticle 1

the melsfcted bag Into the river body In the b. rn. of mineral in any form llcin i; made rntir:'v froth these. vegetable in Miller I.". F.ichange.: 4.

from crew of the dredge were lit \leu fva la'-pp: f", nll\ ,rlilKirrn.' tug:. re'< hi rts S. S. 5. i absolutely harnilcns lit the. t'\ --tt'nt. andhil !' cutin *

plat! a- the to secure It. all merited! i-x'oj-t, nor tfuimhtvr:. who di cas. .. aiUl-t ht"tthI1.t strength to every i.irt ufI.!' l 1".1 1v. i> S. S. anew; lilies' .' Phone. No. 23 ; l:>.,ulf....* Sorp lad 4f

t-nipdnc lives at hitrre. The family can ascribe' Rl1t' lnt.l: .tn. Catatrh. Sctofula. Sotvs and Ulc'-rs. S'M: I 1) .,"ea.e"'. C-nt..;.. : Ht.. -- - -
liTis'< '. "n: an l ..!" otittt! Itlootl tioubles by the iijj.l
In Florida. no caut-r' whatever for his unttttteiydeath. n'uI"\.tI.: i ine np';
Build Longest Bridge plviu, uc citcui iti.'u t.:1.: lu'iili- r.\in nml .. It KI.I.IS.: .J H..
; .
l> datka.} Ma. Oct. 1*.-The I'ut- Hovevr. It t 1sntate. by state! r stvim tw If. : : tit l ; .
; TUB SWIFT
frioudst tua' ho met with M>nutrivial SPECIFIC CO.. ATL riTA. GA.
the
commissioners at
ram county =: .\TroUXK\.Ar-I.A\V..: 1 1i
business revn;e only a few d.iys
rf-pulsr monthly session! has signed are.; i I

a in'ract' wlta the Converse! Bridge 0.AI.XKCTIM.K: FLOaIO.
run iany of Chattanooga.: Tenn.. for u That Tired Feeling. : --The Thirty-Fourth Year of--
I
bl..n! ny: brldt! across the St. John; If you are languid depressed incapable I 1 ,$

> ., Palctka. The bridge will ber.tor'y for work it indicates that 1, Miss Tebeau's and School! ( B \KKK., : MAHIIM:: A U.\XT1:; .
Boarding Day !
a ml e long, and \vlll: cost the your liver-. Is out of order. Herblne

county $.>4.,411.0<> when. completed which will assist nature to throw off heud- I i I ATrOIl EYs1': .I4AW 4.
according to the contract. Is to beii Opened Septeiulicr IU, lH! ;'. at sto: a. n.. I
ache. rheumatism and aliments akin . >01.uniOK< IN: (.II.' \.')onHA : \" ri
me In one )ear. or by tae first day of I I
!!tooVhE'n! the bridge U to nervousness and restore the energies >O.IVi: <) MKST: MAIN NTUKET. : ,. :-j UNKSVll.l.i: :. Fl.OUIItACTJVZnO ) I
Oct >e;
and vitality of sound and perfect [
<,,,uIII i ', ted It will be the longest; heav health. -- I INt:$\'tl.r.KI"'hl" 0.'L" ar
J. J. Hubbard. Temple. Texas. I
lent and roost expensive highway Ottleo in HIV'; """* )HII"! *k.JTKKH1NANP }I
DV CfICF.Alabama I I
:
writes, "I have used Herblne for the | II
the state and the only one
bridge'! In I I
.acrOtJa the St. Johns river. I past two years. It has done me more Round-Trip Rates : HAYKIi.ATTOUNK ; : ti
good than all the doctors. It Is the Woman Clr-.r-li: ; 1lerse'fwtn I

bent medicine ever made for chills and Her Apron String, :\. AT I.AW.iAlNKKVII .
Lest We Forget Monf .\I. . Oct. 11Mi: .
:rutiier.v.: & I'I
fever. SOc. Sold W. M. Johnson.
by
Baby Is restless can't sleep at at 1tn.'I.: ". Mrl'Htt( .* lief a r. :.'a't": <' I I ( .I e. rtONtl>A )

night won't eat. cries spasmodically.A ninr-Jiin; t if Its dt). ..lnll'Mit'.1 I hi- : -VIAAtlantic 1.I 1.i ,
CO Biles of Cotton Damal:ed.
bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge Wlnd-or. tu.::
falls to cure. Every mother |1111' hi'imlnnart! !"M x tiy no''u': of1 I ,proved and unimproved ). phosphate(
never 't'! l of teeGainesvtl'e
bales of < (;! at Ih'l'o!
'I
her baby White's Cream tinf'.n: ,'f hrr .tptott! :,. I. utip I irtiflkiuR and farming lands end him
should give Mlulaail ruhionj andO: a list of what. offer for sale, 2141tytt.1TuI
von
/u ii.i\f: bet'ar/ 'l| \itjrlpf
So times when tho posi-il Coast ._
erznlfuge. many 1 bales on a per! on tinsanl trarl.a took --- --- --
,
ier tie? ''CI-.. t>f her II > tur-ttbl )won
baby Is pale and fretful the mother tire from n "park{ tram parting,:: locomntlvo J A. C'AKI.INI.K:,
who hall awnC.IIIU hoiiifMrn .
does not know what to do. A bottleof niirl. burned for more than tin raIn
heart:114 urri'hit'd\ on a I I ,KNKY AT LAW
this medicine would bring color to hour r; ti-Ir.< to the amount
charn of disorderly! rondurt. i"r'C..r.4.'d. .
his cheeks and laughter to his eyes of from ail.un:: lo J.::>itno. Mad' it rot And SiHoitiir in Equity: '
| It l 1. -alii. !h>' tin- landlord of the
.
Give it a trial. Sold by W. M.. J'ohn.aoOIl. been for the proximity of the wut..r.work"
of DIP c-otton mill! which warecalie.l Ix'iirilln; house In vklilrh Mite I if .bloil I K..a Estate, Convrjaneuiic and O.M. "t

Into u>P. the cntton would bate --- : Line Railway 1 .ral t'ramiee All t.u.inrsa promptly *
A healthy man Is a king In bin own attet.d to Omee next: door to Baa +
"Been total loss.CASTOR.
l'oeJro: Indict Who Killed Ralney. a right; an unhealthy man I.. HII unhappy { oilier. UAIIKBUVII"' FLnatDA.Kit i,

I.;t\\ e: c-evitle (.a. Oct. .-The .lIu.... Ilurdock'H I1101MI< | hitters I
C at.il Jnr t.aa. returned an indict. A NIC fl.AUK TIIU'o.V ..'Ir.I.I MU Cl
builds up sound h..Uh-k""IJ. you
ir.r. aS3ir.Pt Matthew Howell charg IA well.

I'IIhim! / with roiinler. Howell,.,shot --- -- - -- -TO TIIK:.- ( 'I.r'\ UK .\. KIKUMNG: )
For Infants and Children. I
InlrallL.111"11! UallifT at
and Rainey I f
Duluth last Pildayy while resisting ar- Tbf Kted You Hari Always Bought DO YOU GET UPI I .lllt'ytlr>I.

r.it for a tailed: mranor. Judge Brand I WITH A LAME BACK ? rpt'

sit tits ta -u fur trial J on October 28. Bears the13Ignature Jamestown Exposition

and appointed .III
(Ooloi'.el! N. I 14. Hutchlns and I. I.. AItnt..tewer)1' ..slyNla.tc.al.th" ii"'" .
Oa..t"" attorneys to defend the prf' the mi, ill)
]>.1l.crs| i is sore to know ol "< -ri
co.i Fire. corr. "."lr! I. 0 I C Cn-Coarh Kieurildii: to Nor01 .-_ _. _
Destroyed by l!;= L J I:.. (II l'iIJI'r'! L11171U OU 1:
(lets 11.-Millers.. __ .. ; lit VI folk ; on vale ..", h 'l'ure.
Black Hand Men Sent to Prison. xlnfton. Ky ''I .... ot I ,
I' .
] r. . ,. .
day and i Kruiay limit ten dftf .. :iolatop lm.-r. i..ln .ii :.II'Of..1; Ituak.
;MIMersbiiric I ;
female college at Titi.l
Now <-"aflUe. Pa. Oct. H-Twentytbr burg ( Li t II"" "luer 101..1 l lt' :! .
mark Hand members In IhlirIH.'n <-<>iint! Nag lotHlM' ite> a tier n'II"-.h'. I Ii .ue..rs. .MNKHVII.I.K I : Yi.ttiDAMONEY
were Bentcnorl -
.nln, . T'he, c.l H.. the" rt ni' .l lif.il I
.trued by the X\"t'nft > i xrt "
. : here U a total of 71 years. ( 'j tl..t.. IiuirJi
,
rtlulillflir-1) In l '(tr.2: : It \\ :IH trin"1, ? >f tin $24.70.J.
'T"h., keirr-nre was tea ) can. teen( was ; I l, t i unit tie'rith c-ntnrt' .1|i, I'4lof..ny"' ,. III,

a'. > Vt- incest' tv.o.YOUR. burned in ISTX l but MMM" hltt'r rebuilt ll&-& I .liM-i>\vrtI I"i'I n. and 1 lids, bpi con.li(,
Klnl'nr *l
HATll.r pirl KtudeivlH tn\ <)stl>. from toe rtcuit.: nt i I iii l'i. .' till) $30 2 O-.d., ticket U".ul
. 1 ,*. t 'UI'uu.rNllcmeH ,
Jii.l ".n.full;
I .Tail. \
KHitl'riil: stHU/. bad most of their bl.i.Mvr' >.I.< < : IK 11) ItnyiHK. "'.."r Itltl \ r. Inns(
'Ciss.tl tti ii'-tuptU, tilt ltit; I..MI'- 'InirU, wilMu limn
a. a strlla. 0... Bst it M.k*. appati-1 burned. l hilt mni' UUH hurt. .tli I
.i.l l. v.ittrrli el that blastI' i uii l I/i
uric
-r....... Tl.t- !Iris N as a')Ollt .42" .11.'Mi n. tlx ,I O I .<.. ticket . KEYSTONE BAKERY
I r.ri: =lifn Ji.. .,-, nbub 1" "cor Q CJ 4ra tiii l (> .It) li> Yt
15-
A man usually buys a hat that'* "In tiaras <>f Li: ."to 1... 00 Dl ....t...r.. "Mo" (...j,rrlowril ai
tyl: *. but the modern hat for men hat |'..i-nc l in.:.. K. 1'. IMfr'Kir;
Prohibition' ight! Is On. Dr. JlIu.w"r.'I"Wix>t i i. not rt- j I'rsf.
lot* to answer fur. willnu limit of le.. Iftth.
N4Mh..a Mont.otstee > .\La Ot-t ..fllII.ul.1: l l fin vi rr lliinu tot u' t' oil 1 I. '

are growing more numerous I .
I ,.
it" : for y. wtr hive been doing the r
:.l..il lvr IroilMr
day. lUtta make *zcellenttrt. In )'lnl t Lulncy. liver to' \ > ""
every Huht: .( .r iiroiilM: ton ...
.>limf plar.*. for the paranltlc c.Tmw 1"-1'11"1 tOlt.1 just ali I'" "'1 .1 : " flaking for hundred' of .U.ned CU.<
tt MP the life from the roots of the 1 un \\ ltl. a wli! .Ml: ttaj IH.t.u tr>lte.I in .. '. war. HI i... .., . SUMMER TOURIST RATES tom.r*. Are you on the ll.t ? If not.lt' ) .
ha..r petitionVktf 4I; it-it itlMMit Nark nut! sit t 1 P\ ... t | ft IA.I'. . .1) h..
i -<.." your hair tie.ina' to fall out and Tfc. ('a' linG for :all *-j." 'ction Thoi'" 1'r..I.l > M" |.-.iijtfn! in curt .....4. tlt..t. From J ktkhO II.I.K: never t""> a late l ,I
ir Alp \* full of Dandruff it la a'1 .. ,
,
'. I. :
remenal. I. ut H.y u ivkhi" "
.. who tot!M! toiv'i << r "r. .Ir| sail errs tfni .
r" .
t'.gn that these oountle
bUll y ut work. germs are their in.iiifn. t.I '-IK Aiitte" nln bno.s.1 t !h all ru....t .!. i "lu'' juijr' Nlot) Im\r 0> s\.K; HUM -UMII 0vl. :dl.i 1 .r.

Thr* In' but one way to overcome theto I They .m U, bwI'M I : 1 and l. ->orej';' not ash r"'y" ti .. .1 1 :U. ,>!*.v II..M.1. U--1/UII m ij,l lliottlv 'ft 1)eou..r. lAJl. . . . . . . . . $7.5Qiutnuatltl. T. L HODGSON
.it.! ul-
.. l ie and Mfllt fr- I t a
kill the K trin that way .. .. (.. ..'. ( 11JU : ,
.
atptN! ..wbro'a llerplcMn to the iltt tte5tt3Atr.ut ? *' ->. It will kill the irerm and hilrhy I Julius Caesar ,I IVns fi..lfOutjt taiell..tr..lttry. f.' '., .. .... t t...., r .. sure to rmult., I. I.I.Vltrn Mr.tillinK: ,;,,,," I r!".... II.. lk-U"lt. &!Ich. . . 44.) Practical STUMP PULLER
N .'t Li r load+ In r drugg1.ts. Send 1 In I \ a man of nerve, but ,1.klllI. ant.t.. ...... r : .1 I '
"1 .'1 K rnMMrtfr ] NUx.; .rn .'all.. N. Y,. .sa.ai'
for ample to. The HerplcMa Co. left Its mark and he bamn aged: Will! 1tOfI.( Honda
{}(tn(, it }Itch\ ( aIT.setalh< 1..1'! riV f r Put In' .Hay. 0. 42.V2 ft
before his time. filcknev In often en.. IIhall i-'iiitf.u. C- i
Two .!...*-6n tents<< and SLOO. t caused by u torpid (ll\er Herbln' N V. T,J '1' l :'r.+.I':::. ("okinjt Alt. T''nu. 24.U :

; R. olJdtrof'ft, a . .. :J. \Vu ,.lilHKtoii It. C. 374JO .. .
Co u
81-.lal Ax ent" will rezutfit; your liter and give| you iota t <',ttt I'ubINut hKbwav.! : nil ,.UII. ( Ara4
I .'. 1.r .I. 4 I' r '1 a .'"r further Itiforuiatloti aol full 1 1taaii .
health. :Mrs. Carrie Austin lotion, I .
.
.
.:.1 I utijriinbtx .II S. .I at r.sesar r
.ervatinns rail on or writ
!1 Kansas. writes "I ronntiler ilerhlne ,' ;
the beat medicine inter beard of I I'", ? '. .rr PRANK C. OOVLHTON, DUtrltt/ Pa.seoaf |>"' MACHINCHT. / rOR eZIALE.
Miss l N. Norton .a Agent Atlantic Cf".t Lis.Jaek.onvtlla .
1t
' "I
am never without It. Sold bW UJohoron. .;; .. .denr'n sollclted:\ ,,
5 'WI j Ft*.
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UbrtyfiilUESYILLE Street, a... W H."" _TIHlMAHI kIest ,. W filAnr. H"' t14N1Ii....

FLORIDA i W CllAHK. Full Paid $75,000 '
l... v..i"r_ If t' "ter-nu!II. The Dutton

BANKERSs GAINESVILLE. FLA. ,
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t; THE LAID SPM;. GAS SriLiJ FLORIDA, OCTOBER 15, 1907

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Nicely fu-;\iiiheU room on block ad. '
OF CITY AND GROWING CHILDRENAdvice '
NEWS r I Joining ..Quto' rent. Apply In til

front of U\ptlat church or at Sun
'
COUNTY CONDENSED ottice

to Mothers of Gainesville. _
Notice Ot/c/ carpet and rug man

Perhaps the most' Important principle will be her. toda)': All ladles 'Inter. WILSON'S
fatten of General Interest Oath involved In the care of a child U: ested m canals, rugs s

ered by Our Reporters. proper nourishment I are invited t'p call at I
How many delicate children do we' S. J. Thomas Company.M

meet on our streets with colorless'
AND SOCIAL ITEMS r anti Merrill P :
PERSONAL cheeks and thin little legs and arms! town hich Agars .

It la very plain to be seen that rapid I 1lb. > >tt"t\ yt\/tt'tda

What Has Happened and What la growth takes all their strength and | rout. home fr)111 jack

to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs their little bodies are not receiving
Going they went ty\ witness' '
So That "Ha Who Runs May sufficient nourishment to wake them Wild Wet fy11Aw .%
I well trails and robust i
I
Read" It In The Sun. i UtIU.im 0om.iH( i ,
We want to Hay to tho parent of
calling carda at The Sunoltlce. were in the pity| from
Ladies all such children in iniiiesxllle that
\ tt'r.14)1 r. "Tnouirtn
4 I our delicious cod liver and Iron IN'I"|
I farmer and
who
phi
Furnished rooms to rent. Apply at nratlon. Vliiol. will build up delicate'
: Hulk two blttls of .
80S E. Union street. children flit out hollow cheeks anti!
(I >nl\' one gfibefore, 1
five-room cottage In South make them strong, robust and rosy '
New % Iproytioni '
Gainesville to rent. Apply at Sunonce. Vlnol makes new vitality, sound nosh I 1
i t' *' Pt"<
hUM
and muscle tissue and pure rich red! "IC'k i
clever Ulan blood. and children )love It. This isbecause Roiui-o. I1t'\-4\ |ht' has
D. H. Hopkins a young I to his
: hrrth@D, James 1-
) Vlnol l is a delirious tasting
In the cit
of lioardman. was trading > I U sulf.-ring roin ,
a "
I
cod liver preparation without oil
yesterday. made by a scientific, extractive a nilconcentrating ) i i I of the l.itteflll "
For Rent-Furnished rooms for from fresh 'odg'IhE'rB. I I I hN toiiilitiotv, \U very .."
process (
light housekeeping- Apply 304V.. i he is not t.\\.ecteti to
thus combining with peptonntn
Church street. of Iron all tht medicinal healing bodybuilding : longer

For Sale-600 boxes choice oranges elements of coil liver oU, hut 'I C'on-r.ihle f. :M. :\ !

ready for Immediate shipment. M. J. 110 oil \ I I the 4.it. >etVduv \

Ward. Tacoma. Fla.Mrs. As n body builder and strength creator : \lag: in char**. >:\)lle /

J. FH"l and on. Lawson for old |Hf>plt\ dt'U'att'hlld'I'n, man. harKftJ with\ hr.

have returned from a brief visit to weak rundown p rolartt'r; sickness tertnn the ntottloe ;
in MIcanopy.Ix Thera I.ty nUjlu.'1 A ,'
relatives' and for rhioiiir cough, (colds I
>st-Gold locket plain and Roman; bronchitis, and nil thro.it and lung I'' He er I is XVfttHl| to l I .

ttnibh plain one side leaves on other troubles, Vlnol Is unexcelled. Try f charge' of that |Ilrl"III.'r I .

Return to Sun office. Vino! on our offer to return money If I Mis* lhtsilt! + ;Miller, ,

Delicacy and strength make flue It falls to give satisfaction.. :M. r bers of the Acuity of .

Ribbon Vanilla by far the most desirable Johnson Gainesville Florida .;1'11..1. l and .111'(! *'h )

.. from hr
11I.I\t"( In -
to usa In all desserts. ---- --- -- -- -- - --
For the best printed stationery <'Rill slip spent thy ,ti110 U1er (
The.oman's Foreign Missionary
at The Sun office. Mln" Miller: i ly .>ne of
will meet at the Methodist
Society
tent and |''jl"lilnr ....
church at 3:30: o'clock this afternoon. J. F. IXitialdsou a sur-rr-ssful truckerof
{ >unt nod (fVriidH(
>
Ixmlse.i l trading.; In the city >'ps
Gertrude Cushman has accepteda
Miss tome her. h0flt ARHlllAlri .
position as door-keeper at the White terday.
*. A. It. \l has
House, and will assume her duties J. 1':. Futch. the merchant of Alat-h- s l11f'r
: New York C\ty: where
today. ua, Is spoiuIluK a day or two with hit
'
for the putt t \w .
Just' received-1,058 new books 'amlly here. ,.f ncieutloit. Mrs "

bought cheap and will be sold cheap. Thad I... Davlu, H successful truckerof comii.inletl, fV A hll.

Come early and get first selection. Rocky I'olj.t. was trading In the Alexander b<\A fur tie! .

Phillip MUler../. city jesterday.Mrs. the latter hfbeen .

L. W. Mordt of Jacksonville, one of John Djnl of Hampton Is In of Mrs: llnrlt// are i I

the prominent, abstracters of the the city, a guest of her daughter Mrs. back also. add| are glad ?

State is here on business connectedwith I. P. Holstein she In enjoylttic Rood

the United States land of lce. I>r. l:. H. Unwell, a well-know phsiclan >'. (!eo. \'.. IIvtf after tid's;

Accidents will happen but the Dent- of Newberry wan among those several week\ In (*<> ::

regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' who favored the county capital witha and other pOjM* In

Electric Oil for such emergencies. It visit yesterda he IH InterrS t..d I...

subdues the pain and heals the hurts. It. P. Laiuipkln of Orange Heights turned to hi* home. lu :

Mr. and Mrs G. Hartwell Kelley of one of the IIIOHI widely known rest- Hyde<< haw ni,,M!** A : : ;

Rochelle are rejoicing over the birthof dents of the East End was a visitor" inlnliiK. havliif been

a fine daughter Sunday morning. to Galnej\ille yesterday. to secure "tto, Mood|

Friends extend sincere con gratula Col. II. ... Hutton haM gone to New moot prolinc,ld -

tions. York and Vermont lie has gone to II*? rt"ltortllI"rllrtc'y
his in\''''Htnief''{)".
his Vermont who has '
Mrs. Esther:: H. Jordan baR returned meet wife ,
si .
from Atacbtia where she has been<< been spending the summer pleasantlyt p --- -
r-
on a pleasant visit to her parents.Mr. her old .... i .; l

anc' Mrs. James Chesnut. for the Miss Mhui'e I !Is'of Antic*"'! has re- :

past tee days.A. turn.".' to her home, after a brief but .
.
Wenske Is prepared to do all plearnnt \lslt hero. She I.. prlnclmlf | I l

kind of contracting and carpenter the \ntloch tM-hool. which !tr oneof I : :

cork. upholstering etc. Satisfaction the ht''t rural MChooU In the county : S

guaranteed and bond given when re- Dr. K.: I*. itierrnnt. who has been
Ware I
quired. 1102 Alachua avenue. {'onnected'lilt the Hprlug ,Is.rk Fnrm : '

In the 'siparltj of veterinarian tot I |
W
II. TiMiti. formerly of this city
the two out tin. left Sunday for .
Mint in
but now of Ocala. I I. here on a brief I I
Mt, to his parents Mr. and Mrs.V.. 0n.1.| on hu<*lnN*. He expect !ei I I.- 1 IH inor* ilictalth', l I i .
absent throor four driyn.Format | | l
.
;
O T.son; Mr Tlaon'n friends willsrot -will In-t tl .'. 1 '
'
r to I loam that he hall not lKenell Klley hut! accepted a |I.< kettlt|>> clean light! 1i \
.
.." for the past few week Itlon MB ttteuoxraphrr nisi h..nkk..I..r.It | I i
hun ll > V\/H will
the Hutton llnnk Mr. Kelley INtwild < < i I :
Friend" of I*. I*. I... Carter are glad ,
iuJ-t if \ 0H.."i- ''
.
to t ln one of the swiftest" soul I
'J -*.'*: him out again after an Illness ..
lIIioft accurate typewriters In IhHion ". < \\-m'. : j i ii II ;
'<)t r. few day which confined him to I
|
of the State. He In H IM.II of lr I I.r i i i | I,
room. I>r. (artcr has been mirtun I
I.. Kelley I 1
I '
) te within! !. the part\ few w..kJ4. Everything in I |i
'r It .:111... Hr ha. n-tur'u-d from I I
:iliiK been sick M greater part of '
Vnldo, where he went to .j end. Nun I
",r time lip expert to b" all right !
nw howeverWM. day with his daughter Mrs Chat. Alarkn WARE tar the !;' | !

Mr Kill: U in N'4Idu, where I | |

!she has t>eti for the .pant few days keeper | I "
with 311'8. Murks Mr Kill l'a anew t "" l | || i :

I H. BROWN BRO'3. "Kraii'l-v: | ." anti raga it.M the lineal I'oflW l'i' ():ltt/l.- I > i .

POCAHONTAS PERFUME .boy "what etrr hapjM-ned" In Florida I I 1'tKMin 1 ::: I'lplls, Tllr! l : t ) ;

//'r-*, ; Trav-*.
J I'Iea.s.tlie Must j'si'.! .\'i.rtMI Miss Maude Mwiik. OIH of the fin I I 'i'riIlh : |

f H l &.\I.: I'.V U M JOIISOSEi dens nm*>ers of the fnr-ult) ,f the 'i'I II I '
I I..l roar Mho'''l. after ...*.n.H..1C K* tIn I UNIVERSAL. I . :

I urda swI l4urtdsy here. has r""t..r.1I I'I'I {i .\fISI- u.,1 i.l"t """IU.I.e ( | I

f I to b-'r dutie". 11/ws/ I.ewie. waa f I i imiHtU'. .*'y<,tn" It, \

f charge of th- i>rln arr '.1.-a'I..t ..t j h'.<4. ( i : 1 1S< .'M'n. .

I Dorado Cafe . hfalu...vllle (;r*<1<-.l and JltghI ,, '

I School: Ut >_r ....! |prnv...7 hr.*lfit I! "
BAIRD
( n.-..t 1551:' 'al and .flVritit terh .. / I I

I tiler 5" HI I-. rnisAd b> the students. 1.p.Ttt\ 'i.t.t.I.1 : .
AB NIT OYSTERS fir Parr r..Jo .l tie' .rtea'tl t'. t'. ar i t v till::. 'rl" \\ j

h. a matter .>! .i>n6..o.hnn.t.n ,...--- -
Attention !. railed t" the change of
) in tlie I.e.sl > -Ilio"
ties-u.) If, you know ....7 am IULUU..I od."*>rtl.emnt of Hchafer'. K..tl...*, h

t 1..1'1'., pn..r..r..nd ck, U..k..rhct.. appear ebewherr! In
r I cleanly., thin y.u are. 1"r1." this Mr Henaftrr: has for years t' I t,.,,,,,,, Ie. ..'11 r.- carrful attentioni potiwr FIRST NATIONAL' 0 l BANK N K
Nlau away ,,.* tlM r"i..,.1. sail 'been 'baker to the ixropl o,( this .J.d '... -(-... 4./ FCtC'K: PfJI CE.nIN.. ,

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