Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00904
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 20, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00904
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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1! "I Falls Under Train In Trying to Save Death Visits Distinguished Family at ,,

; r"I Girl's Life. Cartersvitle. Ga. -

Trenton N.. J. Oct. 13.-Eliza: Cartersville Ga., Oct. 19.JudgeJohn

OOd Eva/ beth and Mary Shomber, of this city, Talked With Husband'sSpirit \\'. A'tKen. president of the Georgia irolley Cars at Chattanooga: () I
driven from the towpath of the Rarl- senate lawyer author and one

Man Fired Fatal Shot. tan by two bucMng! muter, were watcn." Over 'Phone.OR of the most prominent men in the pub Fatal Collision.

I ing the antics of the animal ('runttht lie life of the state died here Fridaymorning. -

.: tracks of the Pennsylvania road. .

;WE PUT BULLET IN HIS BRAIN iso interested that they' did not see a. AT LEAST SO SHE CLAIMS Judge Atken'a death'followed closely OCCURRED DURING A FQi

Height train backing down on them. that of his mother. -
,;.. -
.:-a eneatlonal Sulelcto. Occurs at the William Van Dovenfer. the conductor Judge Aiken tiled at 8:40 o'clock
Says Spirit Bade Her to Take Up Her One of the Car Was c : '. ,
and John Morgan; a brakeman. Friday morning the members of A :
Av Apostolic Faith Church In Seattle. lan to the flat car at the rear of the Residence In California Bo She Has family at his bedside when death Persons on Their Way : ...

;")< W..hlngton-Glrl Man Bade Fate. train crying to the women, but they came. It was no surprise, as he the City-Confusion
Sold Out and Left Her Former S
.f well Wa His Fiance. mil not hear. had been In a precarious conditionfor Cause of Accident.
I As tl.u train bore down. Morgan Home Place. two' days, An attack of la grippe

k Seattle. 11'aah? Oct. 10 .-With ti.' tat. shed out c :.U4ht Mar)' Shuuiberl.y New York Oct. 19.: -Mrs. Mabol 1 had been followed by pneumonia am. Ciiattanocga Tenn <4.

inrords. "Good by'. Kva," Edward Nell. ) I the shoulders and 1 tiiiuxt: tier alt "Variiid left her New' Jersey Uouie"The this in turn ,bj a stroke) of paralysis, persons were killed '

CeUy! a young workman drew a refeolver lie tr.C'k. She wua ta! >ecU thoug.1 which proved too much for Judge hospital and mote th.m
Cedais. Tuesday to take ny bar
and IIn'd.a bullet through l-l" she\ fen; .ritoiiEly> ). It! ar the wheels. California Athens strength. more or Leos 1 injured! ;,
residence Southern
;tead on the platform of the Aix>"ntolic Ill aLoili was standing between tea ")1)' dead:i hlliiluan '.. spirit bade me .Tudk-a Alken is survive! by .1111 wife. llsloti of two S ,,'rn''.. i

church .here last Thursday rails r>-n I)"n!iitt-r reached out : who walt titles Johnson daughter lit t cars on Harrison av : .
Varlns told l.tr neigttmrs."He !
5.:. The, girl he referred lo was Hitting and cauht her by th eshoulderfc; ';0. chose Mrs. the place! where: I aiu tulive Colonel Abada Johnson of Cartersvlllv. city. limits at 6: 13: P' : .., \
/L the audience within ten feet of theproung : thliiklr.g. to hold her In the air until ; ": and his three daughters. Three Confusion of signals _
and awaits me theiu.
man when: he fired Iho fatul 'I'' .Morgan could aid him drag her unto Mr and Mm Varli' about t lxyear I brother and two sisters also survive been the cause of the a. ,, . ,

ot. Kelly!! cllrd nt the hospital halt I the rial car Ho probably would have occupied "The reuses,.' a him. Roth earn were runt!. i i._

/iaA hour later. Hiicceecled: had not the girl lu flighthtniKXltJ ago the oioxv of Waukhaw Judge Alken's death will "* me as a rate into a dip in tht ft.l., .
" : .,Kelly who WUA !!" years of age metIBra u. /slit felt hi. head grlp cottage uu great shock to his friend not onlyin crash came 'I"ne incoi: .
:" mountain about three tulles: from tine
Kester> 4>n. a 1& year old school her. Cartersvllle and that vicinity, : heavily loaded with .
>ei I -
.lacl.tluu'I1ltc' N.. J. Their i :
of .
i Ctrl, at an vangeiUtlc< revival Geld Van Devtnter lost hU palance and town know nothing of thorn where he had lived but all over the way' to work in the citv -

: here in September and a week agothey ''oil Just!' as .Morgan reached-to help new nelgu-jOiS '.rttualUtH. state He was known not only as a those killed and lujuu .\ .
hilt they were
became engaged They werebe him Ho and toe girl rolled together except' brilliant orator and writer, but also car.
to married on Taank,,Klving day. on'tbe the and this bica.i.e they wiue often which made him
tracks and before "The Cedars" had a personality B ith motormen were i ily. I" ,. i
.As one of the speaker at the church tialu couM: be topped the llr> t cnr Invited to tau.es at liked regardless! of th ecausea he espoused .

'" finished testifying "In flu t.IKU .tongueo pas. i.*j <." 'f r them. :Some: went and heard strange rap- The ton" of Cartersvllle Is The accident (ociu- '

iwJblcb i* a part Vailns madeno
Creed// Kelly ar.he' with thft words .'!t she will probably die from hi'r liijurle. : scared them So the The funera' arrangements will be badly and the platform! , '. '

H my turn next," He then started liolh of her legs and her right arm convert. announced later. other.
Varlnn' died atuut a year ago. life __ __
'alnatnJr uTIle Mre of Heavenly Love
were* cut off, Van venter'n left
,It Burning In My Soul. As the last l"g way rut off and several rUM weruLioKfii widow, burled Mm a few iiundrdCl feelfrom Carlf>rsyUle. Cla. Oct. 19.-\lr" ROOSEVELT KILLS A BEAR

word* were finished h' sir, w a gun, An ambulance tusk the con.ducto" the cottage on the laud they Akin of Carterttllle. mother of Jno. --

turned toward the girl said "good' and tne girl to St. Francis leased, telephone: had connectedthe \\". Akin .president of the Georgia; After Chase Through Canebrake P 1,

bf.. and filed the fatal -hot. 1tnj.llnlTii house with the barn. inhere the senate, died at her home In Cartersvllle Specimen Is Secured

4? _- '- '- iiiuleH whose antics had driven man-of-all work slept. M ra. Varlns Ga. on Thursday.Mrs. Stamboul. 1..&., Oct 1'! I IIdent r..

'i": ROASTED SICK INDIANS. i the skiers. from the tow path, ran bad the Instrument taken from the Mary Akin was, before Tier kIlled a bear late I I'h.
and hurled In her: husband'sgrave.
;; away in the excitement following toe b.irn marriage Miss Mary VerJery. of Au. ternoon.
Indian Tribes Said' To Have Reverted For month she passed most Few details of the pn-ile:,' .. *-
atcldtnt, and capsized the tow boat, gusta. She was born July 6. 1830.
rl to Most Brutal Savagery; (Icing up the canal traffic until thebout of the time talking through the telephone She was 47Te wlrtof ColooelVarrt'n killing are known except hai I '

v, Winnipeg Manitoba Del ID-.That In the "bouse. place late. Thurodav al. -''
could be! raised. Akin, who was the speaker of the
' Indian It to watch her; tuie the other hunters \Iollb h ,
tribes living within a few him.T was gruesome confederate house of representativesof t1e and

_T d mile of Winnipeg have ieverte.1 BRYAN AND JOHNSON. would speak Into the 'phone, then Georgia. He
the most brutal .savagery was she seemed to get an anSWer which candidate for governor of Georgia being the jungles for four hour- .

t+ uch t out at the trials of chieftain That Will Be Democratic Ticket In she would punctuate by saying "Yes. defeated by Joseph E. Brown In The beast wall a fenia .r

(the 8'&.lt...ux tribe Just ended at t'.mHodson 19O6, Lawyer Baldwin Says. dear" or "No.:.; dear" She told the 1859 Mrs Akin was a member of variety and was beyond . i .
neighbors she called up her uusband size Tile fact thaI she ea -. *
Hay Company's fort at Nor- Washington.' Oct. 19-William J. the 'Methodist church for seventy-one
and talked with him and asked them at all I attributed to : h.' .. t
IT.y, Sick and helples members of Rry an for presidentand Governor years. Her husband wan a local *
and burned If they would like to talk to him. qualities of the new dllO:
s tribe were strangled Jonn A. Johnson of Minnesota for Methodist minister and also a lawyer
s\t the stake for no other reason than vice president is the democratic tick Mrs. Varina&a taken 111 two being! considered the leader of the The news was bru'I'i : r

to, relieve their relatives" of caring et 'which John N. Baldwin, of Nebraska mouth ago and was In her bed six Cherokee courier who arrived from i 1\\ .

lor themChief general counsel of the Unionl'a.eittr week.*! As noon as she could crawlto _o The exploit has slvon i I.. ,

Jn"eph "'.."..quan -wan convicted railroad Thursday pl"fOdlct.dwould the telephone she called uer husband PUT DYNAMITE IN MOUTH. camp and the Tiunter .1" '

.; of murder and .nt..llc..1 to doatn.Chief be nominated."A j. lug with renewed, v'.!u i

.' Jack of the Sucker bund of thn movement to bring about this "lie did not answer." she. told "nernurve. Man Then Touched Off Explosive-His of making a brllliint: fin' .__' "
hlmcolf death "111" spirit hag left his grave." -- ..
Mine tithe, strangled to combination l 18 on foot. declared Mr Head Blown Oft --

/In'tils cell the nlKht. before the date llaldwtn. "It has for its purpose the S.M>U she said her husband had appeared York Pa? Oct 19.-Jacob I> t- FARMERS' NATIONAL CONGRESS

'asset for his I trial I bringing to the support of the democratic to her during the night: and linger aged, : o9 years, of this' city

\.. Two brother tiuiiitvl Hue are In jailNorway party' lien hearty reput*>ican told her he hail been searching the committed suicide In an unusual man. More Than a Thousand Ode', I" a'Oklahoma

sVt, house, awaiting trial for Scandinavian.. of the great nortnw world fur an Ideal dwelling' place for ner Placing Mick of d.namll,1n City
her and had tound It In Lower\ California ., ,'I,
y..r.1 nturderitKyelldH Okl\honu&tlt"Ocf
It would be
t. which IH believed his month and holding It la his rlgul i
;:; a brt\ft: of the Crane baml.enHHtlotuil effected by the naming of tJowrnor From that day 1lu.'ariDa hand Oetltnger!: exploded the d>'na- ripe thousand, d&a! ; ," '*

ve tlOltt huun)', sped fal.1y I. Johnson as Itryait'M running uiate, gained health and bodily strength' ; a mite, blowing his head off and siatterlns her! Thursday wn" n

describing !live &lrnn culutl >iin and Johnson being a Swede Politician j fortnight ago *he discharged her farm the hand that held the explo national! congress nseventh ;. '

_t burning* In which" 'n.. participated In figure that t the democrat by" this ar- ,|I hand since then she has been ell- .1'e. -... *. :::;.:;T- *:.TLTuemlay 1.:1. r- annual ""'-.lou
.OB* Instance HtrntiKulnllou was" nut rangement would have' u citance Of lug her household: wootla business egjflon.r-' '
rcotnpit; -te and the vltttin l Tuesday she obeyed the ,plr1t( .bidding was a_wtll
wan pluce carrying: Minnesota. the Itakutas. Winconxln. fil.-pr .b.r ,4K-tip.itkm lost a sum of H It \\'ablm. of n'
'"*.<3j a platform over n hullo fire, when || end left "Tin: Ceilarfor tile ..
Ju" Nebraska and i >ail>lylUltuil money said lo have, been $10. Hebrooded t; lie. wan slowly l I rc\.. .ted| to death t -. ______ I IJ- a* place( found by the spirit of her over this and dually began erg:' showing how ti':

\ t After tie! esecutUui: ,>f Chief Joneph. WHEREABOUTS A MYSTERY. hu Uand. __________ ___ ____ drinking heavily' UH a result Tnum velopid could be iiearn :
* will b.. ,nt the I .
il.yelidM i- to north to whtmuatly
In rejk.on: -
day he the
Captain entered kitchen of his
and Six Men Saved
"till his trlbemueu what uhppens| to I I. nuRlclent
No Light Thrown on boarding houe i the d untile
-.trMnxlt"r.. Disappearanceof !rVrnandtna 1".. Oct. IS--Captain *_ > President. John; 14'
. -- Lawyer's wife %lck.n! and nix men of the schooner and some matches In his hand .
\\i WRECK ON SOUTHERN.One Now \'urk. Oct, l 11.-! .\fter mlnxint Jltd Tiding, were picked up off the "\\'..' ilrre goer to end it all." delivered! his annual_ >

,- stn.t.'en day s. durlix which an a" .Ktrnandlna bar by the pilot i* at Franct naM! He handled dnantlte in *
, Man Killed In Smash Near Rudd. OHM nearcli for her! has been .Kept I'lu'I' Kllxabfth The Glad Tidings bit"lne*" and an he had often h'O'' DANISH SHIP WRE

, North Carolina. the whereabouts of Mrs CIIRor ul struck un the bar The pumps were suc!t thrvatu before, no attention _' in Gale .

fa l '(lie >iii.ro. N' C'. CVt It't HartridKe, wife of the lawyer" U .1 work*-.! but he water In the doM paid fo htm tIe went. Into the yard :,, Went! on Shore an '

toe o clock "Ihursdanight train =No much unknown to her husband and 1t"ln.1 l rapiU!)' forcing those aboard and in "a f.,w minutes there, was aloud '' Her Crew Dro--'*

"p4. on the Southern railroad era. ) luqnio -.t I I 'a'laea", nx ever. Mr* llartrldt.e aud.Mi l>. take the life boat The .C'butlnflr ":cIfJh" ('n. r I London Oft .

M .ecoit
' N i* . Mboui eight mile norm it:.>t th."i have ito Idea where- the ml.... I J, fife boat withstood the reign .... Sentenced to Life Imprisonment. !> wr.eked, on the rockStahbn .

'+uf (Ue..-iiAl>oro The. tlreinan ou ills tt.g suntan I it*, but they hare votn to er until the: pilot boat appeared .tta.I'I Mu.ulrrtc. (;a. Oct 1J -The Jury" nelr: 11101\11 "*

.,,jfre...at was >i k.i.rd> : : and the runtneer the i-o"'.,tu.u.i i Mr: rm trldue sass. f the Jim Jubuaou t cane returned .. wr went ashore tiurla. a

inj\i'eJ. w- wen a number of the that ihe !. .: her lu .wu*> .anlt. riuni diet <>f murder with reoHurnendatloa ] nlebr And meaty Qt v/"

t>*rnge, -- ail train :No.'; 3-4 or lu t.UI"I" Earthquake In Mid-Ocean. I to mercy. The -.*n'enof life In dru.'ued. .\ life boat .'
ne.kel-v., Callt Oct 19I'rur-e-
fix thenarrow
N'reckIrg tt Ia''''>III from I)nn' llle snit .Mr HartdU.e airlines.. to tote Idea I I'rhoumf'n.a.* for the .eeond time night looking
lI"r.C Ijeiiocnncr. of the university
"" wv .. in to the ..,-,'n" of the that she I I. la a .k-ultMrtum t>*ca u.. Impufl on -T'* iiM>n. wino I I. H.rice.t i iwtta escape > ',r.c'T
of l'alif..rniaa>. announced Thur
I' 'C'a.. uu, t a 'lief\ train went from the letter she sent ti> her mother just I best .*v&vWn.boff his Kt ,tare .oi.
dar ultfht that the C'f"nt.rf the esrth
re Nl I t''i\ .1.i .lulls ou "''''hl. before. her .lbal'lw"r"nC'f' Indicated I, father for life K....r.n"* a little more I ---
rt tuTt-auitt felt on the 1"ar'itc coast ..
) ip.>itn<4'iul" ui i',>,iptti.in waj in that she wat un .
ednrday. and probably the same a*
arse of the wrfaim front this point -- ---- only) elrtiro.ii. .k-lal.: bat wan drawn 1i i New" \'ork. Oct. ly
w registered In \VAnhluirtrii 11. C .
J'f"'A. n..1f a' evuid b. awrrtaln.J.strain Officers Are Selected.Chattacooca. Mgh'i ii* p- vnd JafavMwi. by SollritorW 1: clan fcwf dots will
> .
wag" abovi I mlV! couth .if ll -ckiey. '
NoIBludd e AH sidetrarl.d .( the Tenn Oct F. T5oas.e The ea.M! was" tried IIJ New.; York jKlle! for
1-\t .
: In tatdocean ptilbabh Ntw_n .
) .* ,- -III <1 tae .wi< i; tot ih" the ttnal hu. .ln,... .e."lun of tae So the fI.-.IIA"< Lands; ( and rate aouth ear age. Ind 1' raror .ntte. was The does In unard-

'Amain lln c t' ft aprn..t ..i. t.. tn.* rtety of the truly of the CumU-r, I c.a.t ,.\I.i..u remterttst cwt .,.-.. 'D this ... tieorgeakeBvl" -a

oayelcssu ,' .e fia.t..au land t.fflrer were .I"\d for then I r..m.uurt a-i .... ... ir.5ted.: Of Saturda> '. ..(.am
. -- I once |M> broWa IB '". '
-I .utnc follow.
rear, as GeneralGstea
Prince Intere-ted In
Cup .
ChaiUng To Beat the Lusitan;
Thuroo I Infant Corned to Dc.th. !: York ."*>!!<".
. Nashville
'Stockholm. ix- 19.-Prlnc- tius- prral- itt'rIiD. (H- -1'\rt"C'tor ILaUla..r f
R to.loo. '..akc l. --
T% Infant
sTUiK .>itn.i duke uf $ ... dent Orlmt A. S 'm"h. of Koorm oI
oau <>.Idsun | the tlAtnfenri'AajeHrmr: Htie I. quot .... Feaples -
child of Mr BJ Vlr. Vesuvius '-
CH -
.. end i
(>f t 'tt' VOAII i.rtn, *>. 1'1' nee trreponuing: secretary f **.! .. cAjiujc ',n an. Imert.w pub- ,
lltxlaun. cab elate at i"t.o-a'l. | : Oct J,
|._tavu. id tnp'1f..ttnR! I I Genera .\, IL Carman. Ua.hi_>gton, aloe
jtrrai ic'erthe :lUhe.i In .t-. 7. itnn.t of V enaa: a. mile .a- ( of h. to'Hea a"1 here Tsu.daaudd4n
aaa l fcod
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irwi u nor 'dp t) tt lid.Hell.
'a i o cited e'aatege!: for
pr theatertca'a a.! nuiiog I'r ret..ir1 that alromtsap ,
I ; {b The In vHhe- :ketl of'th : <-*>.*_1 I.tI .t
. of IV-nvrr CVUx rant:
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rur n"a' '
t. rdmf t'> ': I m *'e..rue of t?. ***<
..,St.ha .11 v fib 1 t>>. i t' us I" lite'. detared I I ) ....-::1'c.. a oralKHi ...,\l >.._, T.ielta ..s X.t" i a r (uoar,t lineju.: rouse 10 go to the .U..D. and U..> calsre. of \--i.i. -
I.-u.n"'n d"-d itaual r.uu.lcC1uc tae tsla ;intent 'n i" \J1(1ort\ :; the boaQu..e .t''a. lu js sf 'isea by a rotbinatinn '
pt.berarag." It died .a Dour Gr ( beat a rtp.tldoa r.
Ttastst UCt- IU..aw pu.alb'ar .l t-.tta.:4J reciiiu.sZar ,.,, ..... two "'tor.J I f part tut 4.. la cmae

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IWLllrY SUN: "FCORtOl. 0CTOBEK20i9074pro

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f Team Will Be Organized, Notwithstanding -I
la.t'" o> Places of Worship-Special Former Useless Efforts. j There are reasons .wloTHE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL S.: .a4 I
f< 'Service Methodist: Church.
Notwithstanding; that former ef. 1181.vithin less than three months: born fa\ ,
will !,' ot> --'rveJ ut t.r:
Services > .ri..rt't
jrtt have Lcn truitlcatt!! la an <-
rarlona places :' vomiiip tMs tsar I iuil football thu.eJio it.oiv than 350 Deposit 'Accounts, anauU1ltil: 1
.'. c -;: e u town tram
".'... as follow .-. have the work in hand, ai.J '" horrre $13JOO; ,i n 4)< :
[*>First Methou. '.. U-\'. T. J. Nixon mo.-tt deeply Interested, declare I
UDday school ut ()/W; a. in. Preachift I 1, = that u team will !be organized, and a
by the pa :tor at 10:40' : :: a. m.; *ru'JJetter :> seen Rood one too. ro m ptainstakin i
t. Than Gold." JunUr- Shadow A Brenlin Shade I
The Sun stated that Thursday night :
gue at 2 3o |>. ni. Senior Leaguet Holland Shade m a practice game of this team was held I I ,
'3:30 p. in. Sunday School Mia!' lou. No "Glare! ** A but this was a mistake. It was not I WE ,ARE P articularb !

aril, rally service will be held in the No Shadows! The Sun's mistake, however as the I
wing at 7:30 o'clock. reporter had been reliably informed rudent
;,i-Tbere will be an Interesting Holland shades let in too there would be a practice.It I
(ram of songs and recitation tiylildren. th. : arch light. And they don't happened that a few of the young
because they
give real privacy
show shadows. men of the city who are the leading Jf you need the services of 11 well-equipped. }I'-!
Program. : spirits In the matter of organizing a :
managed, NATIONAL. Banks you will mak):: i I. '
"tOpening song and prayer. I football team are Elks and on last -
Scripture reading. j fielin Thursday night attended the meetingof take to come to us at this time.
'',*RecItation by Maureen Urac-y. I Gainesville lodge which accountedfor
":;)Responsive reading and song.KjXecitatlon . the fact that there was no m'eet.
't by tout children Horace the ing. They declare however, that the '
President ; ( n..l!
I .i.
iMaoon, Annie McKliiBtry Asoiiath )l'hlI. New Window Shade team" will be organized regardless
and Henry O'Neill. and promise some good games during.: T.V..0 Sll.tNiVM.. K. STKi'KKWT.: : l..1. 1 F\ ,
QuesUon'" and answers on China the season. I I

; Recitation by IJflva Floyd. Jill tie light you want --
?Song by the children. and complete privacy.In Street Inspector Appointed.Chas. 1---------------------

-,$*Recitation by Corrla SliandH. cream, ecru, etc., C. Warren, who has been engaged Miss. N TI Honor
f Recitation by )toy Nixon. Brenlin softens the lightto for home time on lilt hllc-t>trt't"t 1 Phillip Miller Will Erect Fine Build ,

,.llfecitatlon by Isabel Padgett. an even, mellow glow. work has been appointed\ street commissioner :I ing on East Mechanic Street.It - -
1 Jirlef Talk on China by the paator Brenlin Duplex.dark by the City Council and I
1 Is reported that Phillip Miller j
1. Recitation by' Oineru Mrlleutli. outside, light inside, and has already assumed his duties. Ills I i I nab let\the contract for a handsome I I Novelties Books Si.
'{.;;,Jlecltatlon by Mary t uh-. in dark green, etc., Bren- salary is fixed} at $Ko: per month. odice building which will be locatedon II ,
Offering for MlnBl lin is completely a competent
opaque. East Mechanic street between Souvenirs Sheet P K:,
I' Doxology and lionedlrtlon.Prer.byterlan and underttanda street ,
And Brenlin is. the only man 'Vt"bt Main and Kast Main and which
r.Flrat Church HnV opaque shade material that building in e\ery si-use of the word.It will be one" of the most np-to-date and Picture! Frames
'::Tkos. p Hay --Morning service nt totn't "eraet." is his duty to Inspect: the 8trp'tsfrum I
structures of the kind in the State.
:t O:30 o'clock., Subject, "The friends j time to time. und have repairs '
Let The building, will not be extensive
us measure your
,tilt Christ. Offering for the Illbleiuse. made whenever '
necessary. '
windows for Brenlin being only one story and it is under-
... Sabbath school I at 35U:: p. III. The city for Home time has neededa 206 East '
Liberty SirGAWESV1LLE ,
Shades. stood the architecture will be of -
Preaching In the evening at half-past street Inspector, and no better man
Moorish design.
pf o'clock; subject' "Tliw Great : 1I11. GAINESVILLE could have been appointed' than Mr.Warren. ( '
This building: as tin office building ? j. \
anion to the Young. .
FURNITURE CO. will be in demand, and it Is rumored
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Firet Church, llov H. II.
1 Baptist r
that several of the rooms are already
o|ers Sunda)' ttchool at !9A I: ) a. m. How to Cure a Cold. engaged MONEY
reaching' at Iii) :31)I n. III.; subject. IT The question of how to cure a cold

!"The Victory of Ufe." U. Y. p. r. ---.- -- _. --- -- -- ,, without unnecessary loss of time Is Lest We Forget SAVE TIME I
aDlor at :< o'clock. SenlorM", itt C:30.: Holy Trinity Kptacopal (church the one In which we are all more or lesInterlItcd. Baby Is restless can't sleep at WORRY
reaching again ut 7:30:: o'clock p. Church of OhrUt. and St. Patrick's for the quicker a cold Is night won't eat cries spasmodically.A .
,: 'subject "A Prepared Table." Catholic church,, gotten rid of the less the danger of bottle of White's Cream Vermifugenever I Hy nu>'in:': Your HIM:I II

Advent Christian Church. )':Ider pneumonia and other serious diseases.Mr. falls to cure. Every Another
Tl. W. L. Hall of Waverly, Va., has
amen I..ee-Hunday school nt lo KEYSTONE BAKERY
u.XD. No home Is so pleasant regardlessof should give her baby White's Cream |
| Preaching' at 10:01: !: u. in.; Subject. the comforts that money will buy. ustd Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for Vermifuge. So many times when the A
years and says: "I firmly believeChamberlain's Phone 165.< K. 1'. M'IIAKKi: :. IT .
lie Good Shepherd. Preaching III as when the entire family Is In perfect baby Is pale and fretful, the mother I'
le evening nt 7:2: ( o'chxk. hulijcctTil health. A bottlo of Orlno Laxative Cough Remedy to be does not know what to do. A bottle I Ii -
| >e Gooil Shepherd..' Preitihlng in I I. Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It will absolutely the best preparation on the. of this medicine would bring color to I i For years we have been doing tree
market for colds. I have recommended
yip are IntereMtcd In tutu nubjcct ni3rd cure every member of the family of his cheeks and laughter to his eyes. Baking for hundreds of satisfied cut
it to friends and they all
tally lnvlte l to mum and hear It I constipation, sick headache or stomach agree with me.my" For sale by all drug- Give It a trial. Sold by W. M. John. tomers. Are you on the (list If "0'
,TTb Usual ner\lc-e4 will be held at trouble. J. W. McCollum & Co. gists. son. r('It'. never too late.

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r loo ss RECEPTION SKIRTS and WAISTS-the very latest models and fabrics. zCO

** It will be of great interest to you to look through and learn what If

Imi AT styles and values we are showing. You will not be asked tobuy. 3'

> . - -- Come and f feel f free to look through. -' '=

IssIO Beautiful Man-Tailored Suits tilt.'I'Y new : Elegant Black Taffeta Skirts. $6.50 *to $25 5

"tylo- . .,. . SI 0.00 to $60.00 I M ;
Beautiful Silk and Net Waists $1.98 to $15 -I.I

wI AND WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22 and 23 Beautiful Separate Skirts in :Mohairs, Pan i -

00XX :amaand: : Voilf-:* . $3.98 to 525.00 Handsome Evening Wraps . . S20 to $50

JA display of exquisite designs in real Beautiful Satin Raincoats . $1 2.50 and up ladies' and Children's Cloaks up to . $35 ,",""

O AUJLJ Paris Pattern I-Iats and the BeautifulCreations 1 '

from work-room that will
a; our Fait I >res tifiod; ?*, :Silk-):: *, TI.iI1111Iing'! T it ho had for tho Ilri{'c' in 1 He.. I

Ll COM UJ far out-class any showing ever made in and! !Lining.. Xi' troiiMe tn match: Tahlo I DantakTow! : ! !lsr Napkin-I ?

00 thorn up from our huin.'n
IT the city.JYou .\ showiim of lit"''uitiful !1)r-. Trimniiim lalatod ( 'lotll-. t rncler\var 11.-

k to match tin* n..\\' hatlt'oI ill,1.:; ,.' U.'Yntut'ui. (<< ,>tt.,n. \ .1. ;,t
but :
l WtJ OQXX will find the newest shapes and ( .lOtH' I U. The celebrated I Hydegrade linings *|> ismYi.mm. .aOOl.-Uk." tai eyardaiiGfn:l ) .. ..

fi > > colorings in our display with the
, an.d I It
Advance Showing Grand ExhibitionFANCY I Grand Showing :
o UlQO oUl finishing touch of a real artist. Such t

beautiful I creations are beyond description FINE FURS NOTIONS Kimonos and Dressing Sacqu I

t we can only cordially 1 invite All now ..tylo-i and: t'1t-rypioco I Ht-utiful \<-\\ llatr-: licitkwoai -. 50c To $3.50 Each 1

you *old with a guarantoo '" UiuhinuKul I I.ora;.: is inn>no:' t.. I<

111.0 to come and enjoy yourself and see for ofoti=raction Kroni'h 4 Iu\'t'+. Silk ...Ho.Ba I <"k 1 autiful. frt m>1 lShtirt -141' ''' :

I yourself.loiii t'"noy, \fuiriciii Sahlc.lZ ( "'Inl. Milt. < :111111-i. I'nne I >re.-In::: 1 ,
MM <'al i.nk. 'I'heare In-'au-1 I UarnttcHutton -* 1'.r.I'\ 'I'riln111i11g and I Kimono.. fr .?

i& \ ; with 41U1" display of Kino; :Millinrry will tuft! ( trich Fenth'r Boa 1 .-,.

I"n !IH> f..mul{ our -howin of f'lNK I H:lSS lit?< >\ lj 1):, J

11 t.kS! I'a1Nt'1't'I'ONS! KINK TAII.oKKpSflTS. I
: : i : :CLOAKS. KVKN1N( \VKMS.;; ItKATTIKt'L : _

oo). SILK and NKT WAISTS I -n showing of THE'G W HYDE COMPANY

p which w,' arv ju..tl\, proud.piin !., J

c \ let u!'> cordially invite you to attend tin cI
authoritative+I"ul1 o&h""," 6AUKSVIUE. FLA. EAST FLMHU 5M I



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I Mangoes in Florida i rra'ViATI Former The Sun Office I

I I Passed Away In South Florida.
>* uriLBjfB-Srwv eB BWt
\\Ullum C lUrnes. well known In .
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Throughout most of, the tropics In Scores of Florida Citizens Have I ht-. city wht.'rtfor years he served the Mcrczwy

Indies Central Amprlcn.vr.ul1. .t" :oreman of The Sun and "" 1a \al-
the1''at Learned It. I
Satal Malaysia. Queensland u.11.U- acquisition to this! pai'_'r. has

aDd the Pacific Islands, by far thegreater If :you suffer from backache there Is parsed away, and The Uartow CourierInforniaiit CI.inzh I .t

number of mango tree are only one way to cure It. has the following; to my of ,
: The perfect way Is to cure the kid
Now there are three hi- death:
Hillings. neys. : Alaska outsideFlorida inside. When '
points about most seedling mangoes A bad back means sick kidneys. !I I \\'. C. Barnes Is no more, death the blizzard comes it will be impossible to j

.blch are usually unbearable to one Neglect It. urinary troubles follow.Doan's hating claimed the young inaii- after a 4 u c comfortably heat the cold rooms. Then i :

unaccustomed to the fruit and which kidneys only.Kidney Pills are made for j I lingering, Illness. He was a printer .t and during the months of "between sea- "

clearly as inferior bv trade and for months wan
such mangoes many ,
ll find
maker living sow"3r0U a
lUmP S. U. Lemons, cigar ,
produce, for which a high price at 1311 Ashlet Street Tampa: Fla.. a compositor on The <..-1.. where he .J .M'T ,-.I
mill never be paid. These are: The says: **I used Dunn's Kidney .'tllt1'nd w.i. well thought of, and left the em- ;

turpentine flavor which seems they cured me of backache and plo of the company with the best PERFECTIONOil ,
disorder of the kidneys. Two or three
most denizens of cool wl..h"1of all who knew him.
to '
nauseous times on account of the pain In my i
countries; the abundant fiber which back I was unable to work for several 'I :Mr lames was a native of Florida Heater j

makes eating the fruit a disagreeable days. The secretions of the kidneys 'having been bom at Ocala November
were in a very bad condition, dark CE |.lpp 4t vitla Smokelcaai Davies>
Is he
and the scent which by 2tt. 1S6S. At the age of 15 entered
process In color and if allowed to stand ) t
is ?
pleasing to many peopleof the printing trade anti has ult. Lt t what need make the ,
no means would become of the consistency of ;y t intLt t just you to mercury \
the temperate zone. From these jelly. I tried various remedies taking worked at It ever since until a few climb. It s light enough to carry from 1ti

causes it happens that when ordinary : what seemed like gallons -6f medicine months ago. when on account of '111 room to room and gives direct glowing heat t 1

yelling mangoes are Introduced In 1 andsl also put on plasters, but nothing health, he watt compelled to engage, from every drop of fuel. Turn the wick'q
| helped me at all until I got Ioan'sKidney
maP quantities to the markets of 1 Pills" upon the advice of a in mother occupation, having purchased high or low,there no bother-no srnc: ke- _f t

:North'; America or Europe, In most friend of mine, and using them according the cool-drink stand of Kdllol'itigsworth. : no smell- smokeless tlev.tec l

cases the casual'consumer, after eat1tiK to directions they cured me where he was doinga prevents. Brass oil font holds / 3 1

< one. has no desire ever to ht"h'l In a very short tlr: "IIK'rativo business."Several 4 quarts burning 9 hours. Superbly -
( For sale by all dealers. Price 5Ocental f v J
another Most persons! who have'ii Foster-lIn\lrn I Co. lUiffitlo. weeks ago he was taken finished in japan and v \t

'|-ited the tropics (except erhaps New York sole agents for the United ..i i<'k and about two week ago ("n...- nickeu Every .warranted. / V .oi; t

India can recall their disgust at States. 1".1\.1'\ to take to MM bed. II.' went. w ti

their first mango which was probably Remember tt..., name-Doan's-and to the home of his sister Mrs, \V W The ...1.->d <<"o.aaioe I 1-1 :'
take no otru-r R ... p Lamp fair .
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Mie of the turpentine varieties. Of Hull II at Pebbledale. where surrounded .1'
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ource, a taste for mangoes Is readily bv loved tines, he loused: away The ......J11. > .rpading. .eas ing or f.neyOfk- theist IK* lhya .
with red cheek It has tine
yellow a i
acquired after the consumption of at r.'in'; its were brought, to Ilartnw for Made of baM, r,n.kel plated w hrnlr\ 'improvedc ,f.i
pleasant 81'0lnltI't.'ntiuJI; the room tral dish bomr ... ....... Wide .
few do/en of them: but the fact that interment and laid to rest In the ".'Wc"'IIlf't..ry. Flwry lamp .n. wurir
The bright yellow 1 pulp has a. melting .. agency f to* d rncili.. circular, if your JeaW d_',
the fruit is disliked: at first preventsit Uev. S.V.. Walker pastor
consistency and fine flavor. It Is fll>erIfss. carry th._r ctfccuo* Oil Healer or Kayo Lamp. ,
from being of much value In theteinperale "f ah' Methodist (church oftlclatlng.Tlie .
that it bo eaten with a STANDARD OIL COMPANY
HO can .
markets. interment was In charge of I''' 1:
lime trees promise to bear /I.c.rNe5N1I .
On the other hand there are several spoon. cI.rtak..r Annie, who went to IVbble- '
abundant crops' 1. e.. borne thousandsof ,
kinds of grafted Indian mangoes whichare dale Sunday morning for the tasty -,!
fruit ,each when ten jearstuld "
distinguished by the absence of over The death of this young man occurred -- - .. - - --, -. =1..
A few crates of Mulgobas sent this
turpentine flavor by a creamy fiber- Saturday last. To the bereaved omaesthe

less pulp, which can be eaten with year to New York and other cities t'-I. extends condolence.'Quite .
( carried well and sold for fancy prices I "
.& rilMNin. and by a most appetizing i a number of friend followedth I
Several orchards being plantednear
aroma. Such fruits gain instant acceptance Miami with are budded Mulgobas.: I lOne remains to their last resting place We Can.

temperate markets and and loving friends honored his "'''m'
has loll healthy trees' many of'
are at once In great favor w Ith the" or)' by placing beautiful flowers onthe
them five years old. Another has "
uninitiated" In mango eating. These" Jlru; ve.
about 300 budded mango trees '
kind- mostly originated (as sU t'rlol't't'dllng8) Fix It
Mulgobas;'and also budded ) /
in India the home of the ll1ot'lt1)1 Napoleon Bonaparte
The Alphontie (bur HennetO l Is
mango, and have been propagated by \ ,
brated variety with fruit Showed, at the battle of Austerllti. '

grafting for very many years. These about half a pound. The tree Is roarsj I he was the greatest leader In the 1tt.: .
.t(1 has become smaller In comparison -
world. Ballard's Snow Liniment hasshu"'n
er III leaf and branch than the Millgoba. j
with the pulp, and sometime contain \
The fruit is greenish ellow. the public It I.he best Ilnl- s

only one embryo (which may oc- with or without a pinkish cheek. The :, iiiont In the world. A quick cure for

nioually be" missing, lea'hlon/ I)' heat i 1M melting with slightly acid rheumatism sprains, burns, nuts, etc.

the Hat shell). In India there are aromatic tnllt'. Tim Sundersha Is a ,, A. C 1-.u.s. Rodessa. I.*., says: VI

hundreds of named sorts of such luau use Mallard' Snow Liniment In my
tree which fruits joung. It prohlcesvery j
&;IJP8, as there are hundreds of named f large maugoes. weighing two family and find It unexcelled for sore

Torts of grafted apples In the flitted: ) chest; headache corns. In fact for
)H>undM or lilt) and 6 Inches or more I i ilong.
States To establish an orchard ofwiling that be reached I
anything can by a
The fruit rlpenn{ late, and thllavitr .
mangoes In nearly the same liniment Sold by \\". ),1. Johnson.
dues not seem so |popular us
Z15 to plant one of seedling appletrees.thmnth .
that of the Mulgoha.Tlu .
:' the seedling,.: mango seems to 4
Mill which yields the best mango Shaft Unveiled.
nmf rather more true than the appleperhaps Andrr, ..nvIKe.: (Jn., Oct If The
I In welldrnliudIOHIII
*s In Indlu a deep,
moniinit to im m< ry
containing a fair amount of
r:'nny of most seedling Ilnl'PUI'1) rHoIn1 1 Mi r* who .M...} ot .\ .. .t
lime, and that presence" of nodules of
The United States l> corvtiKiiiltix the C'.\'n war a" ';'=1 ;,tiVi '
1 llmefctontt ne 'nis the rovers of prJudlcal. -
\K* ,ulture has' Introduced the follow :ri ti,'rl 'r"tar.I day: at t tr Vat na' at 'ii>
Ituddt. Mulgoba and Alpboiioellfiuuttf
:2 varieties of grafted man oeM.nalnly et.'ry IMIO .ma the I.rc'.rc' IIf n any

from India. Some of ( mangoes may be. obtainednear hand:. cf t pec.atora <<<;0I'DC>. 1a.< '

owevf-r. be the kind Miami, in long "wooden hox tt vtdfon 4if \\.,..c..nhin 111"'nil bi'i. ,, If his 1I

may same UI4'J'1 (which leave the rout tree to do uil llar titan and' "" ,UC o.Tlla uf re'i
iff.-r >nt names, for the '" > > x
'i '\'t'lull), at it rate of lit to 92 a the star initr.berU.4t over l''.", c:.Inducted ;i
e- names varies in different Ju'o's1.IIIIa ,
hundred, arrordlng to the size of the the un.t'Unat: ex..rtlx.**. .V .

I I plants A'Ihose> Ameerl. Amliil. Arlm I mat aur4.t of > ..4r I'turuM'.e "."... nr vlot"r it..i i -..i- .!<.... .IM| trwuM by ',.-, "'e-
t'', cured In quantity at Paint It ach. A MadisonVI_ (neral Itancrofttendered I alt to ll'* U )uu 5sll, l>" iii.. run woukl fir ilta .I.stb/rlnea.esf
''it Itadaml. halt Hennett. Ilhadau r'I: : : : J.
ici od little IxMik. on rnaigu.-s If "Th. the mr.nUbM'llt of the r'nie, to San r i. I Ihllr.lal.l.: Bombay (green; ). I torn* I .00110 M.l t"e
:Mango. HM Culture and VarU-tlen. by ocUtlon, and the of O'\ : i kifl '
4cry on
; part .
Bellow Is.arlne thsa "It unar idle Ina with .1. Tae we are Iw.r. "
>. Koraha. llrind.illt.ini I"rut. (l. M. Woodruw.; AlexanderardnT. the state WUcoiitln Colonel llroaO. ".ne _Ill. l.al.s. Ir..I1"" nstu5e..I sus lilral ..h........., a.w thlsh. uI r.ilsels.' 4
:I"ha\rn. (;alcuUfmln.. C'ambo- !' .w aU_"_. am ,.a1I Uf g tN' re.hl a.5 isl.t .".,..u. "'I.a-. to t..11..001....... .g
(; Paisley if II. U. Curs. \fn\- tnan .c(' I't ted tile gift.
,' i Chlckna, Oowasj" Paid '
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don. 1901. Plumbing Company
Favorite Palzan: Fair (Ions'; '
I theV.-t Indies there are >.Tliaps LETTER TO JOHN
round). Faqlrmala. Fcrt.andez'tar ; In | :--l\fI'N/ UlCf!( Irt 1 \\'lat )1t..Jwnlc.{ N .i

non Alphonse. Col.i. OupaJ j j a dozen *.1..1.! ..< of scale Insectswhich Vague. Klorld, ... "1.1IJlI u, TT \M aunt fi i tK "i'1'ri'i'', I'h.,n' 1..1. Ut&lrvUl. F'l.s.

Hara A Iah 011"p. Hatljhiil, Jam.!. prey on the mango lu Hawaii' Dear Sir' Paint Rues by gallons,,

t te aid *- *.>wh. re thH larvn, of a weevil" 1 1H Th-re are iifiil situ l useless| Killorint'cful I -
Kachmahua. KaKarla. Kala;: | paint la lead.zinc und-oh with
Ii 'piorhynrrmi" rnaiiKtferal .let much
Khajya. KhaparUh. KlutaKrUhnabhog. I ; dryer aril color useless paint Iii whlt '
ilantaK by t/ortiig Into the IIIUIIK -- The Thlrly-Fcurth Year of- -
l. mba Ilhadra. Ins <<:bluAlay.. ground attain, baryt,
fruit and feeding on they sang a.-i .
b.italne, or water"
"large). I.ingra H.inlol. l..ithKbUH j
".- Madras. Malda. Marada- In Mexico" the frultflr tTryp'tit I This stuff In put In, t lernus.It ischeap Miss TebeaiTs Boarding and Day Sehof1pewel

'. Ind"iiMi lay Its CKK:* in ripe nunir''* t>, ntufT out the pMtnt. If* teaks

> > ha-min. .Ian well, a" gu.xva and OTAIIK..*. ..0. flare gallons to sell, of coarse. the
buyer U.,c*>II't .U'p4C"f. or he wouldn't I I'wp..b..r' in, tIM)7, at "HtlO A. a..
. fudu
difficult to
that .4ini 'tlni It In
I'ahrrl. 1'akrU. Paula. I'eter- bur It
'. mango "wblrh drx.i nut d"v'aseo
Hajpurl) )
o l Trail nuiKffota .''.-r.iitl4ii should betaken .._leo* stun as load lnc- ridll!, but It . ,
ltii .ii. Balawar Sallbuilda. looks llk. that. and f_U Ilk.
the "lrtA of Florida by fumbgatlog that In
| , " ,
Chlsht. Handiirla. Sharlmtlk II all the brunh the allltllr doe.i 't im.p > tIt

Hharbatl (bru.n>. Hlngapur with hydrxxMnlo acid plant |l.....h.er If the owner Ia willing 1
mat'rUil entrinic: .u that non of should. the .
'Lrt., Bufaida Hunah Hunder. c-Int'r object to !*alht.
ra. these rru nc( |.*..!. ran reach Mouth' lot two Kailona for on
-.'llr.ha. Tamanrlm. Totafarl I t'nr'c1.. J of these cultlvat sorts of nw>rt o.y. ) ,
I Flur/.la Agent. Kxp HtatWm
45 have been dl.trlbntrcl. or aregrown I | Average paint at full price l<* alwxito
...Ujlrd this useless "
stun acid
In the <<""In.b of the ; aver- lu () thai !K.> Ifs.. Volley Curr.sut;
a. "'J>.II) i .j..abl. >
Record Breaking Hid' age j li.I at or llJWi or SI ,7i a '
'..I'lcal lAboratory at )Miami.' gallon U two thlrtla traah. Fool paint / Wrtltvu \\ IU. t.Jber.hfy.f, r>Mi'"y (.outria"( uU lit. C41aa"7f'
.. and "'. 1- Mill of II!
It 3fcKtttmtrr l_. .
Pays I'rwinptly
Mtll the fruit of each ripens and : la the Jlr"l..r nam* tur all bat i urt __
...1tty ran I.., anc rtalntxl. Ofht'h this city and .au'h' Htnk. awl ..lnt: It I. m-xl. to fool peepkr. with.Knalr. .
HtrlrkUixt of Paradlwv bare .* paint la another toted It '
have rip.ncd' up to &111.1"or.d. broken tin tvcord on squirrel hunting le", made of couriM by kna*.>.. Hick I'I c4C You Are Assured ;

.. the Mulgoh !I. Mm {' tint U a nan*. for an bnne.t weak C t,!
..1 the lM t as a market fruit In this. section of the staleTY..1 aloU They are all week and all at- : "

.' '' a well-shaped tree, branched party went to Ha K.*la.li. ham travarant t/-. many calbm" to bur. / That nu Bert.c.os ,*>.. tan uielrium. you without you have eootat'

%'jwn. In Southern Mortda itdartBreen Rwxk and piit the night TbIJr.daT and \f many caliotj t., brnl tin. retar. I
TIM I1evnc l. th*. atabdarrl .
It d . .rNlnrly I H_tunlay l'Df'n.I.
and b nlthy < Yuan truly.
par IWJ late that It meta lth pony .nr* 1d ,In (MIU
lkt glutted with autumn fruit r.1. which wu a r..marutJIrH"Ol'd.' I*, H Th. ft. J. Toot.as Co. Mir Fire life Accident and d Health liisuraoce.lafarvMatoB

fD.Aacota". about a pound ant trleads are tnrJaratalaUDc tb.gla. nor paInt / .

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->n a well and lowly I when pick.4 - %o4 bus K.ILGi:. Coonnt.e "p'-a\Cd.

the' teee. while .UU tree., can that ; AI -
bi r k4ly rarrU from on* A Raffia S'rtAkeeal'

U CnlU. State to th* otherrnrered alcoahol A lttor f-.n8> sr "1mea1 Ako.... ) A J.v.X: ; Z
and A Great ..u'". W..AJc4..aA CUSHJMA.N.
with A waxy clnnm. I A Doc.,.. jM..s.c-i.. ... ONlutetAktols.l. '
\ r- -*(- la ronsa pn-nc. does DOC sttto t4tltj.Alyf.J.S.# tr1..lrt. Atn.'s s.rupsrs.la .......uc..... : *tM..rfoll7 r..,.aJt-.4.. OA1PkIVILLIStARi"'

:. get elaoltad very .*Hy from' ,... A.- 4 __ a a.g .sn dr .. .c:. ....
r .15 r+dsat .z-w 1It.- a.v'. M, ::: .7i". ::;:. .. ci
'a.* attaelu W1Ma taD, ripe It \La I', ..' ...'

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*May Be DeprTvcd of Sub-District on I o o.Qtooo Well-Known Man of Affairs Died at WOMEN SUFFEn

'" '/ Account of Lack of Interest. <> Consumption'srecord His Lake Butler Home. dribManywomenfromsailer in s!l>.n-
'*"'* in New The Starke Telegraph announcesthe a Ror.e ILld
< .. It look as though the town,of Wai- lug well they kauw.!
2.t; do will soon be short several hundred 8 York City alone: death Wednesday morning In .iji'!: l", Ianmedlsteathasat, .ought to L are'

.r::;Collars: special aubdl.t.lct'school C 40,000 suffer- Lake Uutler of Major Joseph 1. Hill, I >''.. How ,many women do TO kc >
of the oldest and most widely 'Nfhi; ?" u ; + who are perfectlell :
o;.;:%. ''funds, unless the citizens and pa- 10,000 deaths cCo > The and *crm.?
o era; known residents of this section of the cams* may be ea-.,- tn
manifest Interest In the to
"tfona more some feminine
O derlLD..m.ct
i v 1 'MChool, which is now one of the beatJln every year-200 State who has for years been well }:y'4:,4q'Na NJyi1 a;:4' manifest Itself in dc-pruuoD'c b
: : the county ranking with the o weekly-28 daily- fr known and popular here Death was i te; : :... + spirit, reluctance to go aaywhe !

Gainesville Graded and High, School $ one every hour. 0 due to paralysis. .ii'' ?'' ?;:' ,: :: ;, or sensation do anythingbackache, drsgglag
In commenting the life and character : flatulency. aervouaaeas
0e2' ,
In standing.Geo. .0 SCoft'J' and sleeplessness.
P. Morris,. formerly of Waldo Emulsion toi of Major Hill, The Telegraphsays Theeeeymptomsarebutwarning6
? but now making his home in Gainesville. : ahead. and ua
" "The deceased moved to Bradford leas heeded a life of
I* still a member of the Hoard has cured more = serious suffering or aMISS
operation b the
4 ,of Trustee 'of the Waldo school, and coughs and colds county In ISC, shortly after theclose ,TULlE FLORENCE WM.SH reault. The best remedy inevitabl.for
I* deeply Interested In Its welfare. -&) of the Civil ',"art and from the first these symptom I* aU
:Through bis untiring efforts along and prevented more O' had occupied a prominent place among E. Pinkham'sVegetable
y with'other member of the hoard the o consumption than the citizenship of the county. He was Lydia Compoundmade
other for several years county superintendent from native roots and herbs. No other medicine In the
school baa prospered to such an extent Any preparation i
o of public Instruction and re luch widespread and unqualified endorsement. >ootherrued-:
!'that the best in the world. represented
It rated among I cine has such a record of cures of female Ills.
IM ,the State. i o AS........ 8o.....$1.00. .0 the county twice in the lower Miss J. F. Walsh of 328 W. 36th St., New York City writes--"Lyd'a
f"" f A'third attempt Is now being mad o house of the State Legislature. For K. Pinkham'. Vegetable Compound baa been of InesUmab1e'Ta1ut' in
lo h ld.an. election for three trustee OOOOOOO twenty-five years he was chairman of restoring, health. I suffered from female Illness which caov-d
dreadful headache dizziness and dull In
Democratic executive pains my back but:
county com- your
& which Is called for November
-* -- '- ---------- -- --- - --- -- medicine soon brought about a change In my general condition, built!
S1r 18. and this should' at least result In HONOR TO MR. DOW. mittee and his tact and good judgment me up and made me perfectly well."
i the selection of three trustees. contributed to thn success: of the Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cures Female Comp'alnta,
The News notice which explains party in many closely drawn ronteuts such* Backache. Falling and Displacements. Inflammation and Lict; 'ra I
Has Been Elected Life Member of
It Is Invaluable
and diseases. In
when the carpet element oT the tion organic preparing for childbirth:
Itself, follows: Gainesville Lodge of Elks. and daring the Change of Life. It cares Nervous Prostration Headache
9 "A letter from Trustee Morris, now As a token of appreciation of Republican party was much In evidence General Debility and Invigorates the whole system. '
k t of 'Gainesville nays Superintendent friendship end brotherly love which In his section. He was faithfulto Mrs. Pinkham's\StandIng Invitation to Women

Kelley instruct that unless the school I I the order emuljteV. t:. Dow was, every public trust committed to Women suffering from any form of female weakness arc invited to
f election be held here we will lose at the last meeting of Gaim'svilU his' hands and personally he was one write Mr*. Pinkham. at Lynn Mass. Her advice Is free.
toe benefit of the sub-district school No. 990, Ilenevolent and 1'ro- of the most genial and companionable
A tax to several hundred Lode men of the writer's acquaintance
dol'i I
amounting Order of Elks, fleeted a life
,,/ :lars. Now, two attempts have been/'member of Gainesville lodge which Numberless' friends throughout the
.*\ made to hold that election cud they Is the hlehcfct compliment that couldbe county and State will deplore his .mm1TT1tt"mm"rmmnntTn,,, ,,, ?mnrnr nnn"n,n'Hr, '
;, ;failed. The letter also flays The death" = -
paid any man by this order.
":time has arrived when the people of Mr. Dow who a few months ago I I ESTABLISHED 1869 s
A Certain Cure for Croup-Used for 2E
:Waldo must get busy, or they will had the misfortune a stroke of
/:"--_wake up some Morning In the not paralysis, and who has been spendingthe I I Ten Years Without a Failure.Mr. c _
/" 'IAr distant future, to find themselves past few weeks with his family W. C. Dott. a Star City. Ind..
5'? without a school)? The Indifference in South Carolina was before his 111- hardware merchant. is enthusiastic In
>,r ,of our voters Is about to cause thedosing ness one of the most enthusIasticwork..r. I his praise of Chamberlain's Cough 3
,V;.. of our public school. Once of the order and was very Remedy. Ills children have all been 3
more will the attempt be made to ', active In the matter of organizing. subject to croup and he has used this E:
'? 4 hold that election. Come and vote aalnseville lodge. The members of remedy for the past ten years and --- DIALERS IN-
If you do not want our town and the local lodge regard him very highly though they much feared the croup, E:
; community to take a back seat.' and unanimously voted him a life his wife and he always felt safe upon

member an a token of their esteem. retiring when a bottle of Chamber-
Julius Caesar Mr. Dow has been notified of the lain's Cough Remedy was In the I Sea Island Cotton
Was & man of nerve but sickness honor conferred upon him. and it house. Ills oldest child was subject
left Its mark and be became aged goes without saying that he will ai>* to severe attacks of croup but. this
c .before his time. Sickness I* often predate the compliment.For remedy never failed to effect a speedycure. -
11 caused _,by a torpid liver. Herblne lie has recommended it to
} friends and neighbors and all who GAINESVILLE FLA.
.' Over Year ,
...:, will regulate your liver and give you Sixty have used It say that it Is unequaledfor _
fe.lth. Mr*. Carrie Austin. Hollon. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has 1111 jUllUUjUiU I I I
. croup and whooping cough. For .1U lII W 1 I11111U11 JII III Ili l1U1U1U1U1UU 1jUU
Kansas. writes: "1 consider Herblne been used for children's teething. It sale by all druggists.
$ the best medicine I ever heard of. I soothes the child, softens the gums I --- -' -

am never without IL" Sold by W. M. allay all pain cures wind colic andIs I I I Chamb'er".1 :a ,, rrho. Cholera.,ii Km..nd v. I Send Us Your xtO der for--Job Wor!
'f 3ohnson... the best remedy for diarrhoea. Never aiU. Buy it no.... Jt may_VIe Hfe.,

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Commercial I and Savings Accounts

Solicited: _ _:._-= Will offer Exceptional Values for the Next Six Days. Fall Goods all

Four Per Ct. Paid in Savings Department in and you will find it a pleasure to shop at this store. No trouble to

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lien nn Account. goods. : =:::

' Yol l'.\\ I mitKAFTrCi l } ('.\ Li. [FOB: TIII:: I\TTI, <: i iVXT : ,
\ awl Nincty-ninc Times Out of a Hiiinln-d <4.1
J 41V',

J' MEN'S HATS '''Carpets Ingrains, and Tapestry BrusHOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR

.. sels in Price from 30 to 85c.oiue .
' A good I Felt 1 Hut, hi any style I for . . $1.00 I Ladies' hud r I ("'lilimirell' u HUu-k I Ho-t'. r('

r' ? Choice) Pattern*. lit'" at per pair . . . . . . 1 IOC
A I"ttt'rtrn.lt, nt . . . . . . . . . 51.4 5 - - ------- --- --- -

.\ tine, .Felt Hat at . . .., . . . . . .52.111: :\TTI (n JS I IN .11.1.1'111.: C i.IIAUKS FKo.M: I .V hotter lint at. . . . . . . . . 1 15c

. .\ $::1.00 Hat[ fur. . . . . . . . . . .$2.S5 OHKAPIIST To P.F.ST. The! \ "*:*t line to rotml l at J.>o to }1si Iliu1V .
, --- ------- <>od value: ..
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;, MenFJatieSeam Draper- atVeiy . . . . .49c -- -
Shoes!' Shoes !,
liraI'kecetl. Undorlnrtmatch ; V Pant to ( Muldrenf Vet1J 1 1 l-'Je: uj to . . SOC

--at each . . . . . . . . . 45c
Several I delayed I shipments of f I.ailie.I t IJt I" :,t- a job 1 I lot at. . .... 15c

HOVH" Knee Tant" an lo\y a' . . . . . 25c
Shoes just arrived, for Men, Women A \'ory fine i'Icl'rt'4I'ut' atX . . . . . 50c
Men's( Cant I . . . . . .*. . . . . 85c \1)1
and Children. Some ood \\'oul l Vest . . 51.00
- ---------- -- ----r special : at . . . . . .

Boys'and Men's Clothing in great values, and we would be pleased to"V- -- I

variety, and we guarantee to save show you through. \Ve can make Ladies Blouses or Sweaters in '

you money. it to your interest to buy. the grades.


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&t"t1t at
gitcrMtattbe -I December cotton New York on Market Ruled Quiet During Past

Tuesday closed at 11 cents a pound i >Veek- PHc Lower.

.... Oaks. ., Q"D. W..n.? compared with 11.02 a year ago. I : Healthy Liver MakesA
*"' M aeooa4-ela8a mall Daher.tL j Then the market 'was fare to fare d\ :

-- I with an acknowledged crop of 13.500.. Well Man

H )f(:CRKABY!: ._' =...BflUor' and PublUher OQO bales! while a smaller one l>v a ti ;
million bales is" generally expected:' ., !
EURTZ....... .....*..*..C1lr Bdlor' !
Is cotton not hl.ghE'rIn
jC* e this y"ar.Vhy
1 the first place:' the' market, both ,
I. )I- FKEWITTSoou ,. from the supply side and the demandI : 1 1fo
I I well from the E IcB I INI ;
1 OFFICE PORTER BUCfC. side, as as speculative (" H t i

...W.Main Street si. T LasoNa4,9.a' standpoint. Is now quite differently i ,
constituted. The holding,. capacity of t ,. r;
6'-1'1.' pabiiabecS every morning as.: .
rpt: DAIIV carrier In tb. the producer Is this season much more ,
) f idy,delivered bY city or (
I.ail)x< to.ny pert of the U.lted States,postagerl fully developed" whether regarded .: saN.
a)car; JASO s moaUi: 'sets three financially or commercially The producer j; j
paw for IS . : TXGITAMJI COMPeUMB and the MOST po-
r.th.;.oi jo cents f five weeka-atrictly has more money with which to UYXB MXBICDC ...$. Do not fill your system

,,d".' 1 hold his crop Is in better standing I I Calomel Armenia or Qub Ire" cUTJtBlMK U a guaran

notices la local column 10 trots a line, with banks to borrow on account of : cur. for all dieaee produced. by a TOBMD UYUt !
'II llOnrUL BJLOOO. It WIll cure
insertion and 3 ccnta for each additional his holdings and is commercially better -
far firt any of the deadly.effecte of many drugs used for that r
',.. ruertiou. I Informed as to the conditions con 1 ... On. bottle purchased today may cave you from
|ulc. 'or display advertiaing made known oaplkaUUII. trolling the market. Nevertheless.. I .k afoul tomorrow. Quickly Duns .tlle.a...., C.aa
Dysp.pda HelaxM, Ckill, sad all Liver .
the stringency of the money | '
The 1'wice-a-Wcek Sun Uan ht-pHge. forty Is 1 against the success of any aggres- ,. ,

coun paper published every Monday and site holding policy, whether supported .
1'IW'Mla,. and co.tatDa all the news of the A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S
serf toraU Mate and general, and will hesailed by spinner or not. Furthermore the ENDORSEMENTDr.
> pontage free, to any rut of the United crop has still instabilities In it of t
or Canada for f 1.00 a year-la advance. considerable Inrre.itte I It weather A. J. Hannah, a leading physician of UmatCta.Fla .
hats I : .. says: **I have been using H rfain. !In my prae
-ivertUinj bill become due after first fa\ors It. r l-: tic. and am wll pleased with the result 1 always
appeaetaceof All adrertiaetnent. unleaa other wine I From the milling MtnndiolRt both .: kP some on hand and think: It a grand medietoe
ttiputateJ in coal Ct. Partiea not known to ua the jarn.makers and the weavers' .: for BlliouanM* and Liver Complainta?

nil toe required to pay for advertising in advance. have cares of their own. The factory I {" Bottle 50c Avoid All Substitute "
Addreu. Fry : product market IH gradually atHUng.f ..: :
in spite of all that can be done to the ." Snow Liniment Co. );

Although the mills are secure '
,' St. lUMateV fj. .. A. ,
MR. HAMPTON EXPLAINS. for the time being, as shownin I

an analls of the trade they' .
Ktlitor Sun: I think your editorialIn are not likely to add any strengthto I
The Sun of yesterday relatUo to the prices of cotton fibre I'

the i>etition filed by' the jteoplo of at the present stage. of a falling market. I BOLD AND RECOMMNOED BY k"

Gainesville'! with the Florida nallruud The (ommiselon houses, which :M:_ scD'- Sc>:rr:;::
Commission asking for the establish have the most direct relation to mills I '
ment of a union passenger railway : on the one hand and to the distributing --

,tat ion at this place would not havebeen trade on the other are doing

written had you been familiar their best to keep tho market from I I
with the farts. i iJ 'breaking under pressure of reduction

assure the people of Gainesvillethat : or cancellation of orders.' I N. OGAINJ'VJLLE. RF.1V.Y

the railroad commission acted I The only other factor of primary 1
upon their petition promptly and I importance Is the speculative position ,
there has not been a single day of of raw cotton. Just now this is ** Igruroii. v*

delay that was not absolutely nect"l'I-1' not HO Immediately concerned with FLORIDA .
nar.v except' finch ilt was oC<' the textile side of the market although

by the failure of the remotely It must materially I \.11.1..1 NATIONAL HANK Ill'lLmNt.

Line railway to send Its engineer to : Influence' mill policy. For the present, !
con MI It with the committee !In r.- and for two w..kl more at least : ron MALE
IIOIIM in North inliK-xv lll |t.I.N'| 'k ( ., H A fe,
-nwan < >\ just into r ni
thetime main Influence
Hard to location of the site at frost records will be the I
.II irmt i 2' 1.t. lot N> 11) feet. 1'rici fTttA.(->.
agreed >n. That failure how affecting I fibre prices. If this
ujx bl' .ur.11 h(1w... in North Oah.\iI.! with lot IlotIii| | t frt. lrico:
ever. has been explained to the t-.itI* season's should reach last year'sproportions ; : :
J' crop -ii |J'r tent r iiionlli until |l'xiil f.ir fi rents '_
faction: of the committee. prices" must go lower lit 111. month. t
: : ; ;
Cousldorlng the Importance of the Taken us a whole the cotton trade -flv.. n-ii lou in city limit, all high situ! .1 ry. iru' _l loca; :;
project, the amount of money involved from the grower to the. wearer Is aplar..lltly on airs Mn..t; rim< trio lights, city water" un.l all flue aUvan* 'I
had lii the city 1'rio.* rmixiiiK' (nut 11'n: $' !A.OO-tn tl
and the difficulty of ecurlnK preparing| Itself for lowerprices fl. f n> |.>r month

a site free from objections the matter f The decline Is heaviest ut the iSftJf'A..: Yni'lt I'HOI.ItT11'11.: I "'?*-wr nnIn |pw.iti.irt, t.. man8.. '
apjwars to have been handled with end (Ir the market nearest the ('ottOI1KrOWt'r \ the nirml .1.pn1| | an.1| iiio>U-rii ,IIMUMM| I. i-t)
and highest at the retail end,
now before the commission ready for ', with the balance: of power In the

final adjudication within Mix mouths hands of the mills. JOlt DAN. \V. W. IIAUPTOK,

from the date of filing of the petition, I I -----
notwithstanding the fact that there' I' Olxurter of gentles unint ha\' '

*, .*' |Pewit two hearings ordered! by noticed that the party spirit HAM mi )I : : & COMPAN T
.. such strength of hold the .
t" (' mmiU lon requiring 311 dills"(I. longer UJMMI "
>M v .each and several ("unrl"r"IIC'.K1I'h p.rph< a* wu t tin ("n..., only a few
representatives of the rallrn.ul'i' years ao. Not only are fusions of INSURANCE

'.r:';,ianl-H. requiring notice and my I different parties made more freely In

':otto of final report to the rillr lrimmUnlon I favor of desirable, candidate, but purr BIOCK C1AINESVILLI2. FLORIDA

on which 1 gave the. rail I lie officials grow more and more bold ; i rr
d ronipanleH :o days notice Thist I i In declaring the pre "iiilneiir"* of the '
Life and Accident i: : :;0V'II :
wa filed with the coniiiilncloiio I i public nod and the general welF.trnover : t r .)

ld, * - --- --

"tC't: finally lit the matter at an j j the country over. In splt lit eiceitliitiN. .. I II I
date. I:I the leading ofnren, of the land ''

the" opinion of the committee 'pa'" ,

have mule. out our case t>e. l :
ii.. ('on1lnl..lon. and should the 111w r one mlctit: find In ninny yearn of '

** made requiring the rullru,"*'! : survey of time gono by. Times like.
intes to erect a union ia"MMiKr/ j I th_' haw a ..a). of calling Into 'mwerthe l' ,
"j at Gainesville the order will I people who" out do! rt.lnr and do !

'itnptlr obeyed by the railroad them as the great: mass of the peopl ... : Air Line Railway
I '\
i :if*. Very re*| ectfully. want thorn doneThe .
-. -- - --.-.. -. : ,
!t. P. HAMPTON' - -- .,
rrnan Union Station (.omnaltt-. I value of railroad prnprt' In !, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN I SOU-

', retary Itoard of Trade.ill MIni.alppl I Is twev| *> t...r flit nf the :- : : : PINES RALEIGH RICHMOND[
I total aa*......i valuatkni of the 2'4tal.Inrlu.lru .. ,

; r alty and Pw're.malty. For WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA -
our natural resourre. we ; :
dollar of railway proirty thereare
every NEW YORK.
irmou ronaumw of Imported : ,
five dollars of realty .valuation and I..
r .rodurts In the Our*I year end- i : ,
, half that amount of |*-r" on lty Are I
: .n ra.+ 30, 19O6 there were imported :
these three kind of I>roprt -'jul' I IIr..uu..nt
j . l"nltf'd I Htat.. farm I.ru-lu. ; before the I..w"i % Two.Elegant Train Daily:
"1 at <5:'<,OOu.OOO out of total Imt .

! ,>, x1,2:6.OcoOOO.<< The share of II i $,00' REWARD. $1OO. SEABOARD EXPRESS
'rtMliictN out of the total was.
readers of this paper will by
'r (tont.. For the flee year I 1 i SEABOARD MAIL ,
1 4 the proportion wa 417 peer plea> Hl to learn that there l I. at l least .
dreaded dU..a... that science has I
1 for the flee years l"95-y: > Itt on 4t 4a
been able to rare In all Its atagea, and
t per cent and for the firs
lt94.'.. IncluntTe. SI fM-r r.t>t. I that l_ Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cur Modern Pullman Equipment
.ltlv cure known tn tbtaedleal .
the only
It po
-ally halt the (lmp.,rta of the I
Catarrh being a
. fraternity
t S | prodwcts of the soil
j stltnUona treatment tall'. CatarrbI

nty years ago t.&tlt.mill.. In i I i Cur ly upon U taken the- bWxwl lutTnalTy.and art mucous tag 41f't.A'1.1 curt Jamestown Exposition Linrf

. rrltory trm.*r *" .
I far.,. of the syst m. tbcr by
I '. were almost aa fr afar t lag Ux fowndat'un of the d I___. and Norfolk/ Va.

T.Klnnloc and tb. read of a I ctrlnc the pal-'cot strength by UiiW-
/nrn-.y. f>n January" I Jo)7.: loc the coojitltotioa and aaaUUng
wets 70S textile DIU!. In the 1 nature In doing Its work. Tb p.Oor1..uA"8 :: : Excursion Tickets on Swill Daily. ,,1

terrtiory Ot tt**+. mill Vtmacofa $ !1 bav w much flti lo Its ,/
curative powers that they offer ODe .1 ,
cga4ed 10 the HtuMlred Dollars for any ea
.' C"fXdII'' mak knit wear I tons to cur*. 9o4 for IU( of c..u.IDODW. full (laf>>sr.aiioa .. fla.r>ar r-*.,..,.... all om say A..i J
"-* turn oat: ..ool n gntxl The .. AddressF. or writ' .v;

.(.t s0lpoanf ill of*rmUoo snows J. CHEHKY' A CO ToU4o.. O.fkW : C BOTJJfTOK... AM.....' ( ..."l .........r Axes'. -
' t of I br DrvnrUca. Tko JW+aMtr/11. n.
111 loaaue and 7JTJ7: Talur UAtr JTAI y rote for c oaU> rii'\
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yr License Has Been Raised Enormouslyfor TOMORROW Roosevelt Strenuoslty Reaches. : post- GDDDBLDD:

for State and County. Office Department..

The embalmers of the county haves life tomorrow"gatlbut .Washington, Oct. 10-Ueglnlns oa -
"I'll. assure my NATURE'S PROTECTION
"kick" registered In the matter of next :Monday employers of the jxt AGAINST DISEASF

their license tax. whiten\ has been That's how do you know office department will slate to their The preservation of health and prevention against "*i

raised to a total of $112.50 State and there la, going to tie any tomorrow for offices following the general move- entirely dependent upon pure healthy blood ; every:organ : ease. ,;e '* ":.').
ment for athletic tests for tae mill sinew of the body draws on this vital fluid for arise ?
county you nouritliiu' "t .
% :.T j ,
In force TODAY tary and! civil' service berun by the ,humors and from various n' .
r A prominent embalmer stated Saturday It is the Policy Poisons germs sources often: "-' : u the b'
the widows president In Us order for horseback and then this great life-stream becomes a source of inf. "
that the members of his profession that is going to protect n sad d
rides" for .staff officer. instead of nourishing health-sustaining-. v !J
of tomorrow. IIu'Iity i
could not afford to pay this and orphan i,1Lew:" _
Assistant Chief Clerk Thompson important factor, regulating the quality the blood. So-ut, Y
Sometime between two days ron'
hence would be compelled )
license they a
tomorrows will all paws into yes- observing toe gxd: effect of the ride with tainted blood from diseased ancestry,and Scrofula in one i its, e '
to go out of business.! terdays.your from Fort l-er, took counsel with forms is sure to crop out some time in life. Not only! poisons n!?""'" '
In ,
i "At the greatest we do not have Ninety-seven per cent of* all death himself how" he could extend the new are responsible for disease, but when the circulation i3 run d.\rn an I it the* > ,
h.t: more than four cases a yfar' to each claims nettled in the United States: and system to his brood and the roller, poor and-weak in quality then we see the effect in a gcntralt\ con' .'cs

.; embalmer," this man said "and it Canada by skating order Is the result. Not only I of ,health, such weakness. sallow: complexions: boil, an.l ran.-* '..;
a stands to reason taking the chances clerks but bureau chiefs and assistant eruptions. All blood troubles require a tonic and blood punier an ; .
.. we must,' that it will not pay us to The EQUITABLEduring chiefs are expected to join the! I other equals S. S. S. It K ',3 down ; 't

take out an embalmer's license It we ... roller-skae brigade-women as well as I very foundation of the trouble. and re-: M
' have 'to pay this' much. 1006 were nettled within ONE men. I S" \ every particle And'no pOISolD or IInpuTlt .
DAY after proof of death were re- s s. the btood. only d.t's SI'
Toe matter stands now in a ceived. \Vhem claims are not paid Postmaster General Ie'er's secretary antidote the poisons, huiuurs ant ? .

'' rather embarasslng predicament. The immediately it is usually due to delayon Dr. Holmes gas agreed to lead, it possesses health-givinr, tonic germ... .
4 chances are that the county will not the part of the beneficiary in sub- I and Chief Clerk Chance has proml. -d PURELY .VEGETABLE ,which build u strength"* pr >!t'n'> :;, '

: have a single embalmer and the fellow mitting complete paper! I, to act an Holme's chief of staff. Doth crisped blood and forti fit" tht, s N tan .

who diet will indeed he In luck COUPON are busy practicing figure eights on disease. S. S. S. permanently cures!' Rheumatism Catarrh .s..r..,. ,,! i I '.
(f 1 aa far as being embalmed IM con- I their skates with a view to animatingand Scrofula Eczema, Tetter: and all other skin diseases anal d]" ,'ton ,, .',
cerned. Fill out and mail to C. F. Goodman, encouraging .their followers when the blood nod any mtnlical advice free
t Local Agent Gainesville Fla. the great roller-skate proces'.!lon begins THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA.
The only relief will be the taking
its Journey.
out 6f an undertaker's license, which I
Without committing myself to
, 'la only 122.75. State and county. The TEA.IV.L5ir
( undertakers and embalmers of the! action, I shall be glad to have yousend They Make You Feel Good. CI.YDE: .:; :pCO.
city and county .declare the license'' me full particular regardingyour The pleasant purgative effect experienced

r, Is entirely too high, hence will not : new STANDARD Policy, for by all who use Chamber-
take the embalmer's license only' un- lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and /

: tag the licence of an undertaker ,. . . . . . of Insurance, or the I the healthy condition of the body and
3 t., mind which they create makes one

Insane Man Kill Deputyerlf.. lifo of a person .,. . years of age. feel Joyful. Price 25 cents. Samplesfree
at all drug stores.
CovlnKton. 'I, nn lift ]9.! U'.lie!

endeavoring. to arr.t .I.i'iu I 1'. Stroiis\ Name . . . . . . . . . . .. -------
an insane U'II"IU C-I.ll't.cJ from the

S' Bolivar *tnti. a '>'Iuii. near Atnka. Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MORRIS : s.avex s.FO
.bout a month aim len(>' Hhrlff C. DsVEKE B. ,
' killed and tJE"t.: k.XX.I3S3TOS:: ZECJIBC: ZV EJ.K:
M. Webb, of AloKa. was
------------- OETWKEN!
,, Deputy JjfinlH (>Kllvl of this city.
}, . .DENTIST. . .
and Nevv"orl
, Jacksonville <
' was danxerotioly wounded Thursday DOG'S WONDERFUL SAGACITY. ,
,a Strong who l I. a man of about mid Calling at CHARLESTON 8. C.. both way*.

'dIe age, U a innnb of one of the Travel 230 Miles and, Finds Mistress The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

w oIIIod prom I in rit famllle of thin coun. Among 2.COO.OCO People. Office over Marcus Eqdel'a.!: Phone 79-3 clan Ulyde New England and Southern Line
ty. Ills mind became unbalanced from Chicago! Oct. 19.-Left In Coluni-

brooding over MB failure In business hue 0.. nOTe than 300 miles" away Freight Service B.twen JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON::; and
r'at 16 year" a o. on Mnrrh JO. last Trlx Clark pet JR8. ALDERMAN A PEARCE PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points
dog and companion of May Clark 16 Calling at Charleston both wr.yt.
Afflicted With Sore Eyes for 33 Year years of age suddenly turned up In BEN'ris.S.OUlce..over S.FTV/i! I-'V TJH33EIEZXj"5r S-AIoLI TOiSekitithbouiid
Chicago i uiiri.da)' and discovered' his Lt.-Will' \\'har' Hi.t"r
I have been afflicted with sore eyes 'mistress having wade one of tnemoat Duttom A Co'.. Bask S*>itht>ound. From Foot of Cathenue .t.. Juvrkitjuv. ,,b l
.tor thirty-three Thirteen
years. years
remarkable: >>urne>'H performed
I Phone 280, Oalnesvllle, Fla.
I became totally blind and was
ago by an anlriial, i>n record and accomplished -
Clvdo St. Johns River Line
blind for six year My eye were the adjltlonal fiat of singling out

badly Inflamed. One of my neighbors the family with whom lie formerly ROUT. C. BOWERS i3-twe.art J A.CKUONVILLE and IAN i'WtD
DR. Slipping at Palatka Astor Be res ford (DeLand), aud luteroitU Lsodi .
Insisted upon my trying Chamberlain's lived from among UK:re than :..O'J.onur ( :'
half box of it. on tH.. Johns River.
Salve and gave me a people.UOA .
-s To my surprise It healed my eyes and the dog found, the resMen of Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"

4. esy sight came back to me.-P. C. his jours nlt.trc.s will: always! remainA Is appointed to ail as follows: Leave Jacksonville" t-uixih)", Iu.idar. i u
Office In Miller Law .
Marls, Cynthlana. Ky. Chamberlain'? mj..iteri: When Ml"n Clark came Eaebagle 4 ll.utadajs, 8:3O p. m. Ut-luruinKleay. Hsuford MonJajn.

Salve Is for sale by all druggists. cut of a le'taurint" the tiog was sitS Office Phone No. 243 ; Residence No. HIS ____ ______\1'ednesdaye, and Fridays, 9:3Oa._ m_
f- - -
-' n_ _,__ __ tlra,; wan ami grunt In flout of her ;luuthbouuM $ 'aru vuu.1
( J'I.DV: :
lodging't -- ------ RtW down. a. r1 +:
J4Oa.,8:80III\ . . . .. .... ...Jacksonville... ,. . . . . . Ann.,. 1.11 a
South Florida .\ the .I ?!ht of her r-e flashed for- 8:45pm . Lrevr ai,

-- - ward and brfoteshe! rtall/ed what T. B. ELLIS, JR., 8OO _m. .. .... .. . . .. .. . ..Aator .... . . . .. . . >> :Jl1
: was 1m '''.llng lie t-11.'l botn paws . .... . ... ert-.fordO..Laod) .. .. . . I "I
around her reck. With a glad bark I I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Arrive S :30 am...:. ..... ......... Sanford ... .. . .. . . . . . K 9 a

rto.rm.aI..lnsIJ'M from the tnq! : and tin affectionate hug lOOOam. . .;,._'...:._.. .ri..lnterprine.. .,-=-:.:.: J tPASSEN
from the sirl the recognition WillicOUlI'I".t. OAINKSVILLS FLORIPA : ; (+ER AND T1CKKT: OFFICfc.JZa W. UA Y :-41'., J .AI K \ 1':

1 ... To uptake rare of his Identity '
F M. IBONMOXOEB. Ja A. O. P. A., JAekonvtll 1" .
however the lcn war put through -- - -- -- ----- ---- tl .t .t' t
some of the pncitt II" hud learned asa BAR )MATHESON A BAXTER Jacksonville Fls. Pier 36 NIt. *>. w 1'rk,
+; your salary. Tbe South Florida pup. He uai then taken home, O. II. TAYLOR P. T. M., C. C. Hnows (J !. ;
Normal Institute will give you the fed and put to nleep.MUs ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 290 Broadway, New York.
best help In raising your grade. Cl:uk and her mother habN" \", [ I.. n. Jonas. T. F. A, L. S. SCBOBL ( 1
. SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. Jacksonville. Fla. Lre.inir,: i af1'
South Florida la the wealthiest and )! living In their present quarter
only Hirer \>*-<-Uj. Previously they I G. COOFKB, Ja.. F, A., E Swlsns LU.. Ii .P A .
f most progressive part of Florida. It Jacksonville' Pier 3d N n. "ei \.
pays the beat salaries. It you want : lltMl In several parts or tne ell>'. Theirchange i OVINESVILLE, Alachua Co., FLJ Fla.O 1" l.ovzt.1. Affent, Jncknonville. .Kin,

a good school In South Florida at- of residence must have made Office in Ilaymana: It lock.PKRDINAND ..
-- --- -- -- -- -- -
: toe task dltllcultCASTOR .
dugs, exceeding: -
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+ lead For the further South particulars Florida Normal.addressP. II I I _ 'II : A YOU.ATTOltNEY THE DAILY SUN '10iVff\ ,

W. CORK A. B., Principal I IAFor I I1: a :

_-- -Dade City, Florida I I OAINKSVIILB, F1.0KII1. .

. Infants and Children I - -- -

T. L HODGSONIPractical The Kind You Have Always Bough! j Can" sell and you onimj.sty roved property), phosphate, (inproved -, --

trucking and fhrraiii .. feud him

STUMP PULLER 13 Bear the 01 292.: ;; I Iture If I I" lift of what, you offer for---sale--, 2l12n- NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE


:'+ Williston. Florida. I ATTORNEY AT LAW
\nd Solicitor In EquityRea Exposition

Said There Are 250.OOO Deaths An. '
Publlo highways and farms clearedof '
I 'I Estate, Conveyancing and Gen.|
I nuatty from Mosquito BitesN't oral Practice. All business promptly
stumps PU short notice at reasonable =' w York. tVof ---'Tht'rot' are 'attended
I to. Office next door to Sun
; prices. MACHINERY FOR ::-.0"0 deaths ai 11111\11).. a<. the r*- I'I.Clrflc-f". (iAti+s.vtl.t s. fo'nIUJ\A. It is Complete in Every; Department.
.ult of: 1I'lulIIt.. :'i i v. .ai,1 1 1 Hr. 1:lM,11d 1-- -- -

BALE. Correspondence solicited.T. .\. Ayte.1. M inrir'tr: of the t.e- ,FRANK CLARKTI1O't... \\ rtF.L.OIXU '

,___. _.. __ _u malt) fir the' :N.worK I'oJj tl"<'bnlIt ;
a mot-tin lu the New=" folk' \C'.IdeIMT. I! CI.IIIo'IEI.IJXG i The War-Path Air-Ship

of :Mh iiUtnc ,

F. THOMASUNDERTAKING Dr )yrv. r.1r..h..d a.tonlahlillt n. I Lawyers ,
urns tn uU ln'turv: uu the "SltMgaho
CO. as a Sautmiy' l'.o'tleal."* lie said. Naval Display

Dt I ore tll.! ...,'" Mare" directly< t>jc'-Able Practice In all Courts State and
- to the bite of the la *ct. They are
; malaria >llo",' fevrr, berri bvrrl. Federal :
., FULl. U.INU 0JNUW | Will interval 1.1 l in-truct you. D ) not
r dengue and fla: riaela. The government ,

t ()OOU-.... Is>btuln"tlt.n the moftqulio U*" at onco. .
>f jer by d-R'n!na rsan2.'i-" '. be s! Oee..ucer'..LG".U:. 'S.tlp.i n.sh.fAItt _
ft For 1)t.\\1tirull.> illustrated fouler, COl t., 'rde'ripti.fl
(VI 1.C __rtxmru
matter I lit; of hotr l- etcvriu.
A..tN1'K Flit Quinsy Sprains und Swellings Cured. -- -- ,

; rureMCT:' .. 'tOMIi"It',I. "In November 1901 I caught and had the quinsy. My throat was - --- FRANK C. BOYLSTON
and IUOS rEM'Iw.: '
swollen, so I could' hardly breath. I lAm stfupy Prop.
+ tw'"A...owp'.pw.. I applied Chamberlain's Pain XUlm and -- DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT JACKS8NV1LLE. FLOnl! &
! -- -- - -- I
tt'gare relief In horl tloa. Ia .-
HM a *
r.nu.sl .u.."...s t0 .u ..u...iseW '" A Thoroughly rn Shop
n... XaU sat r.M.s.a. wtter.I two days t wtts all milt say Mrs.
V,....11". .,........ t0.OaltiesvIUe I*. Coaslos. Otterburn. Mich.. Cham1berlatn I:
Latest StsctUdag Apparatus and alt De
-- ttaimeaC J:
Pata Dalin Is a aDd the Latest Tonics. with BrM-claa I ATLANTIC COASTLINE
Florida. Is iwipsjclailr rained for sprains aDd artuta. will b* torrid IwJr--..

.wel1bl.p. f>nr'sal. by, aB. lr sgtats. W. solicit a tfcarvof yxmr patroaag v,

""':'v.i.1J "W> '& ; {.... .' ',,' I 'f,' J.i 1,,. .:.J O.L{ bl,,;"; ..r ,.;,!> .!I.r..L. ... !.....1:1I: L4 .;... tb Ij... ..1.:)...; '!ft\. \ .ti,.>.-. -'lt.-


_ --

\ COUNTY CONDENSED I k : t: /, ..; fi"M y Hair is Longer and'

f* o Vorfleet! and mother were In .

*\t1J from Newberry yesterday. I : : : J" Thicker than before"
JII! ,r/t-et/% Is an,...extensive miner : \" ever
has made a big
and .
: :
Chopyate: t .
r. This of
recent photograph
rmhoUter of Dellmore, Clay:
I.W. was in the city yesterday on Miss Bessie Woodruff of Powell. Pa.. ,r''

peta (ruuecte'3 with the United! : "' is certainly: strong proof of the value of :

land office. Mr. Pin holster Is rr .. i
.J and Pellreadman.
,try I

: tor> of&E'ral public years Instruction was superin-of Clay

,oIDt1irs.' I Ne wbro'sHerpicide ;Ii

) J, L. Kelley has and returned other points fromAshevllle .

&1u. Carolina where she has been
sorth I
.grating for the past few weeks.

;:l1d" will be glad to learn that her

I.alth has been greatly !improved.b I 'I

$ was met by Dr. Kelley In Jack

lOCI' 'I!'
Alt'sander: Francisco and vs" if t* andKranclr.ro. T /
tho first and Utter
petty # listIt'I Ml"!s MwMlnifTletter( : .*>..bra't U..rlldh' Ie. '

)rot!' r of Nicholas Francisco of this 1 .IIIChtru' hair lret..lnr and I (Hud liy its ruiitliiMrd u..e that ; '

i citY, to? arrived In New York from JR'r {1 my hair l I.. ffrvwlntr lonirer and thicker than ever l i>rnrMtrned >.** .t.c r ri
of and
Islandw- Turque
Minor!\ ( ''
A.Ia r+ -.c( ) IIISSIK: nooDltl IT.A .
Gainesville to make their
to : w
till\ c[ m::
They are expected in aIn .
bouts ::ire 1, tpt

most' oases consumption results '
neglected or Improperly treat.
from ed c a d, Toley'a Honey and Tar cures I ''y .1'..r \" urr+ I luiM l Loon troul'U..1 l a .till,, .l..n. tri..1 man) 'igip.

the at obstinate coughs and pre, t I ilitlrr*'lit lunr |.nq|>Mrati..u... 1 Imt lnl not. nt.i\.. un) N.in-lit. I |>nn li.i*.il ti l....itit ) .

un' serious!\ rE>3ults. It costs: you l'' b'' 'i 3 <> \ 'NI'ltn,'$ lit'rpit| !i.lt{ .,,,.1 it t IH-IJUI. MM right naa) "

so more than the unknown prepara. '+ < ctOlI4'.., iiu., I'U --I '-i., i.oi l IIW.:: 1 K. :"'TirknnIt : '. v
-- -- ---- tt
tow and you should Insist upon have

bug! the genuine In the yellow" pack. '; tt P 1 !.> ...> i\u>j' |4> 1.,11. ,li\ at tnitl, .>"|...ru."..... llit. VIIM.. of N: ..ul 1,0 I u'g, iltrpuid. r
McCollum & Co.
are. J W II.UI +. for ilaiiilmir.. (ailing hair ilfliin -..-,,11.. <-I.' Iliril u" one in 1".I"t| it r>|h..nl 1.1 l id. .In) tt

\\'. :i In need of anything In litho 4 tin_ "* iiioii,,'nt in nmkinn lli. ...li'j-t. ,

"ral-hle or engraved: staUon r-. in 1 k .\ finale t1.1.11} utioii if ,......1"1'" ) llit. itnpnwioit t>f it.. Morthliil, \ ,* tl.>.< ;'!

eluding society stationery and mono + rtiiltj" ill it.. i-tiiitinitiil l iut .llitpMit iiw. will .|><.Mk for tl><.".-..-I'.a

gr.n: The Sun business department I o. 1 :\iNltni| .. 11t.id.h' i.. Lnovtii UM t....- OUhdN: mttly' that ''killtin- ta.-

would! be pleased to show samples ilrtill priu," mill itx niitttiw. wliuh i. ''' ''I''hilltl)' iu,n-otinu, li v. (ln-t-n |..lii
and tote: pr!<''''tI. \Vo are agents for % t Itt nu'titloT thut '.." """.nl "111"" i i.. not built "I"| m (41.> flMlniM. tier ii Ntttlt tir

one of the leading:; firms of the United I IFt.ltc ::3 ...n.1 I for M ..unt.1.14 iif 11"1'.1, |,. tinlM)' 'linn* ui.... .liiimlrtiU of [nutation. nu. w1)i4h.

for these goods and our pricesare i J j t .t."al,1| | |I..> M\t ti.ltvt.i l

a. low as is consistent with the
cU.i of work II ; iy + U..arauh'4'4l under the F MM| and Urnar.t, Jime :Iu. ItMUi. Seriale.! l/1 l la.:

Hcrry H Jones of Tampa. Fla.. Two Sizes 50c arid $1 at drug:: stores. Insist upon H rptcide
writes "I can thank God for my present J

health due to Foley's Kidney :
Send ilk In stamps for .ainplr tw
Cure I tried doctors and all kindsof "
." 'the Ilrrplrlde t...., IN pt. I.. IH-troll Mlrli.
kidney% cures but nothing done me j I

much good till I took Foley's Kidney i
I '
Cure. Four bottles cured me. and 1 j -)_ See Window Display at Store of'- - -

have no more pain In my tack and <

houl? <>rs' I am 62 years old. and suffered j
long but thanks to Ff'leY'.1 J. S. BODIFORD & CO., Special Agents

Kidney Cure I am well and '
and enjoy myself. It (Is a pleasure to AI'I'I.W 'TIOAT: I'KOMINKXT: IIAUHKK: MllOl'S

tI'<' mend It to those needing a kl.l-II ,
-- --- - --- -- -
ler Int>tllclnf'. J. W. McCollum & Co. I _. .. .
-- -- -- --- ----- - --- ,- ---- -- - -- -- -- -- -- --- -

0;. g.. Iundert. who hat b.*fii In tlon I In riiiiutn aunty :: the wet JI.OCO a Day for Rent THE: Co1V.C1V.CERCIAL ;

th.. plot ofV II. Thomas A. Cn.Ih. aixl dry '|itit>ntloii. Mr I Vertre, .'* *>t.it..tt'| '' :0:.."" ix.it It i I.. Oct. IU .ti. UK. :

!! r "able: .*. all su|>ertiiteiideiit ur. that he lJ"'It.t.t..1{ the futility going: dry den dot'if! .slid .kcr |Ja". .bt. u DAKlllrU:' I'rwprlelor.'

k*.'' lulhiK. for the has would" 414! a nr.-jit: lifli, He !Uk)'" nuuihi >' i iI. ofltTiiJ bi l I' "',> for' M flue ) t ..r."
I punt year will lijinu( () I K. < utiri l lie "Ih-IHU.| t : 2iM) > I 1C.: )Iaiu't. . N/JTuo:;( Block from tli.1'iililic. cluuru) LC
II.t the| dty
al"*' .il 1 iMiMltioii nil niHiiiig 'r for I I1U11. I'alatka l> that lo'k..1u tlnmajorlt j' ant..tt.*.r I' ...."..- press owitk hire .V. < :tniiu) 'HVilI<*, I'Itiritlrt. '...UI10 !O4.
tt '. STriiiRfellow plantation a how j h.u'k..nlll l i.t -i lint l tin' fact .
--. t ] ul' ",'.... them' wiry dry lt. i no one tie. ti<. 1t:JOH tu (>a) war:1. : rent 'Iwryt>iiifortitl' .l.< HMIIII. T.l>lf ul.II.1| | with l lust th* nmrki ullonl. .. IUt.. $|..OOiii
'= of the linn ) |
t Mild alrtail
( -> city. .
: who. \* .",1.1 .ic i ip) Mhrr t'ourt iiior.* |rev ,1"1-1"11..1: | %r..*>kly tales( $" .lIe.it UM' 1..rullafl'.1 tritvt'IIng assn.COMFkNY.
... .t ., MH <",U"s.Ir.. Landers han thele..t ttldincf. that I'tlatkn wmiti'd.it Uuii u )urn r... l r om Ut)' U> OrtoUi r O' _ . _. __ . ___
JDa'h'' .' hliuiv of farming: and trU'kluJ/.1: '! l i.''\ H for (i !i..n l'i xj>er5iuiu tin ..
\ijtliiklw 41 1.t".O i t>"r goat t lur !1Iwt'r.
a '1 a ur.Ktical aKrlculturUt To th" dr)' skit l i of tho |iie tlon
.. tau
I t would ho 'li' rnt*< rif fJJ.: a
0.. r. .'x'| r *Mnloii. he haM rotate.; .< .I J The mllllinr I >' r.-('ej.tlon at The 0.I i iDoiiih ..r M> : n.tt i U!....::c) or boat I ABSTRACT & REALTY

H. '\ l'')1<",<1 that he C-OMK-H \,'ry 11'11)tlt. ('.,'*
11'.11 K'.- 'Whin how to malt "t""ft' Store. whlrh" In nUlln"'el for Tllft' j --.---

_bUr, '. . grass grow: '", her onl>' oo stay and \\..-.lii">inl"y. ()cot ult'r %%"
. .. .. I 2; .lyd. pruinUtIIIIK'h tu tin* ladUitof "' I lI.uoo"; t )rt. -Ileyl...trntstlvra I E. E. VOY ,E. MGR. 1'

\ t c'r ". J r.. of P.il.itka juii (;uli.....\ ill,' "'HI'I \ 'lnlt)' The O VV (fII f>f nil toe i.*ik-.. air 4.|M>jilt 11th r.-.irU Al>. ra"ti of llll*. a..J full luforiuailun furnUh rK.rdliJC lands Uounif 1k1..
k.' ...'.r nr the llrm fir \"trtrK I II H''. Co. ar.* fortunate In ",'curiog': 't hurl M n .u-r4. ?..!" t'vIday lu nut Our manager h., livM In Ibis ooant] thirty ,..r*. taut

..1..1.. rain. siN.nt 3 islir. ih., ...*.rvl.fM flf n wlKiier, anal trim |i .ltJ.r taw! .,tuA.'uu. rr.tgltlnl. Ir..... .h.. It thoroughly r.>nvrr.._*nl with land 1I".a.) !
- -
,4.' fullur of 111.! t-rn .1* If.J'-r! Hohlr :
? ctrt, 1 Is the IlIt..r..t or ttl mi'r ho.. l Islam l ar' lint conltned tot
I! ;..Akt rt?: or (ht. recent ..l lr wu or th'.-.. styles situ Whore rt-p, itatlon I: & lu. It ..'. unit** iniouitljr ay.-id E. E V-O yLE. .. .
r..rl'.ul.huc Tht- *l'iki cet'su. : |pr uutU. .u. lu order to
un at trtiutifr u ;: fvirth uuiitilf<< VI UK ACOIIiKNT. HUHf.J.AHV A M, INUKAIMTY INML'BANCF step,.. t.sating
iKiiiUful iiatt..rii hit it j1'.rtl from I alert i a numLrriif J.ruraalnflal Ain rl.*.f amt 1'nit &." .om|..ilHK7 ... l
-- --
Feel I'arla, ..tl thr "r.'Uu" 'nun th' rwii KHTATK; ANI CITY |X)ANH. '\'

. work"r"ems rna hi. .b .5. ti RNti A Card. ,t rXLOAV- 1. J :LA r"1.o "1.1 Fs r
Bad fiJ.rk tr. .id.To! .l_rrtl e th.-... l. b..joml This tit fortify$ that all drumcUta are - I

word.l Th'y tan o.ly r..rt11ally Invite utliorlx-| to refund your money It I CHAS. W. DUVAL .I Alachna Abstract Cot
'cm to rnni withrin ad .ajn) the ..taItb i'oley's II"....,. and Tar falls t" cur J JII
: .. ,......u."I I b!:
.' 'h.wk! Col 1 your rouich or cold It .top. tbs Shoo Shop ; m .r
.'.,,, M Color*, /4.. W |lt..4il>tf. \14. It
.ewe : cough h tal. the lunge and provrnla.rrtuus I I lr.%. 11. Ik C:uU.1.. A.., .lr*.>.
0" ..e.: ". Q.UAMD TA r.*(ilt. from a cold Cur. lagrtppo .IFlrst UAIH'. VIM.K. ,,'1.I ..\. {, .

: O Trial Bsttie 'e-ert' twat Att..t. ..w. MIN' to I' ar.ct oaumr.U'.n.eou (h and r..nla Crntalnsnroptat.IJnfPunaunla.a.The ,. m, r..i..,.l A "Iat, (I..sir) !tt.bk"' -..I I. W* du an au'lu.lr. Abstract bullim > 'f< j

10 CUP ;....'raw .aMt at Mm ..*....* Pa' : _. with tar|Ililles|| for l lmpTtln ruii t
11'tt UGL'ID Knuln U In a yrllow .ackacfP. Information .nnr.-rnlac the Title oC i
Prvr-r ; I"111EIflATtLY 1 .:. ;8I. O<:' 1--\; .. r.al It"rua o', Mtutwu. J, W. )'lcCulhalDen. any and all lands lu Alachu eouatr. ':a..'
> nfat = 1-It t Arst:. ." t-',.'.''*. -. Class Work Done Always.
Jt4de4 .
.tv r. .t. k All iiu ln >"'' tmn promptly.Oldest }
J +i. ,. s r. 41 e. U. . t . ita. a.:. '. . .
"OF. r.rxG a. do. r 1 '
. -.. -
*. ." at: .1. J
\. r ,?' : U... '. I
ratkfo4 h. .r Florida"
H. J. DEMPSEY \ t Bank iji Central
b... .1.4: '0 .J
for 1 .. v .g. .. . '. I ICi.u
.. *..r e
$ II h.
t., prr". a' ...., at.' _' : 0? : If r DUTrOJ ut''Il'U": int DUTTOn DAIHIr 1 IJltue1tH&: .nu..nk'1t

MewFURNITURE ar4 Secoad Haad wary b*>... el+w r-. .........4 n tC I ;4 h K ItltuNE. .. r
... W It THIJ" i
._ .., 'ftltttl ikatr. ..
iir 'a. il. .....s.... '. w i
k.otd. . I' t. I'iiA Y.
.roue '
t U.nret 11.. ..r.a, -.. tips .r. cr' .cs I' ,..CMA v..*.....:rwa Capital Full Paid S75.000 u r utrrro* The Dutton

turn 'fhi. ..*..> lr oe 1 ...!'I \ BANKERS '. K .....Jf,...._ GAINESVILLE. FLA.COUNTS' J. A.MAUL.T"UT
;niturt- Sol l on Funya at v__...... ,. 0. JIII."JI." Beek '

nt. ? how ( *;i>**- : Htlc to Our Cu.to..ra. I .t.bl.lt..l t: U TI.M"r..x, CITYDEPOSITORY !,r!
J M I.TMOa/Aa t.
\1' Mww ?,.r. *n< /INIJ '
.' to ()nl'T. Hf'rKlirill I + :
we are pleased to aaartnru that4I W ..T"O.4Att. ,
. "i--cinty.. S.'ll! (,tt Coin- .I KoUy's IIot .r and Tar for snugbs.I ,
. I and IlIaC troabU i* mK affctM>
. tonStOfgC cokU.the NatJouAl P.r. Food and Drue A 11..1 .'-- *--" Are ter w e..Nita.w 4 -. ... ........, t./ ..-.rr than e a.-. ............ tJr .....,. A",..

M Cmecli_ or other ...... ., M-u.-.. c-,........ ,-._'- ua-. T..y+.r.. as---. ..4 w..i.4lr..r.ii- ;
WI' as It contain w optutwi
at 1 lasaab4* Raa-. It- dross, ... *. r.cam *o4 It I r..., Jt1H'_rest $014 T.... CI r .at" d Nrf l.ll. O- tt n .. .. Ie .. ..

:,1 L 41.1. M.. .......... rIA. a.t.. faaaef7 for efclMrva sad

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1 f The crowds continue to trade II;


t i I Sam 1* Nipper Nevbrry was /
COUNTY CONDENSED trad it K in the city jesterday

Fascinating Odor.FuPALI J. .V :Maultsby of Conipvllle wa: ,. in i WILSON'I I
the business !
i yesterday on
of General Interest Oathered : BYL: JOHNSON.complete |II
X1tt'3 IIaI"hlddt'l1: has: returned from I Ii
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by Oar Reporters. .- -. _. .. - - .- ._. I i 1tt>ru.aI"h>. where he has" been, on A i
: : fall stock of everything Visit NO STORE LIKE THIS

ERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS at New York HI..kt.'t. I I Iteal.'ntbet. we repair gun!, pistols. i

For Rent-Fine saddle horse for lock' .tc. Gainesville Cycle Com-

What Has Happened and What laGoh1 lad>'. Call :phone :1,. I pan NO STOCK LIKE THISIn i

to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs Ilurrell Wiggins of Hague was trade 1tulth.Jllhunl\, the merchant. of .
Ing in the city yesterday.We Waldo. was a business to
"He Who Rune MayRead"
So That
It In The Sun. are prepared to supply your Gainesville yesterda All Alachua County. ,
wants. New York Racket. Wheels. pumped and oiled free of I
cash talks at New.York Racket. Gainesville Cycle .
charge Company,
The Offices for rent in Phifer Block opposite u____
Oin a savings account with Filter Brown House. Phlfer Bros. opposite Drown House.O. .

Banker IVtro has returned from I'alatka -
ros, Stove Wood-Ol>e us your winter
For the best printed stationery callat order. Hunter & Oliver 'phone U!. where be has been looking Here
office. after bis paving Interests.
The Sun Wood-Buy your winter supply now of Lace ,
sale at Hunter & Max of Savannah Is In the
Wood before ;
Stove It gets cold. Hunter & Oliver. Fronts
Olh' r'tJ. 'phone 132. phone 132.Oysters' city Max Is one of the taunt widely)
for known oinraerclul. men on the road.
left yesterday High
Mr Clyatt ,lht\h'n! (taw. viewed
a visit to friends. Foley Kidney Cure will cure any I
cprBag'! on fried or In any nt> le. prepared at the I
Our t hoe department Is full of Ko)al I C.ifeFor case of kidney rouble that .U not t>e- :i I
yond iiUMllcal aid. J.V.. McCollum & | Short.
York Racket
doi't' Sale--600 boxes choice oranges I' Lisle .
Trv trading atOt.'w York Racket ready for Immediate shipment. M. J. Co. I I
Umaltl Phillips of Meredith _|H-nt j
and K *:' 1' you don't save mone> Ward Tacoma. Flu
'eaterday In 'In..III' Ill*! brother. ) I
31 It Davis of Hague was transacting I.\t'r: > thliiK usually kept in a first Richard Phillip. Is attending the I II'nUtrxtty !
business In this city yesterday 'lw..tt departmenttor, .- at racket here. i| This I

e"" five-room cottage in South prices: :New York Racket tall.
Friends of Captain 1. ":. Marker ore
GaJllt's'U1e to rent. Apply at Sun hells! lamp( lock t>a>kets and e\ery glad to bee hint out again after an pair In i

oflce.I'e! thing In the bicycle line T. V*. New indl4iK> ltion of uternl tla>'s w hirhXHittnril I it ?

"loess is good all the time bwcsusr bent 113 West Union street ( him to (bell. I t

"to sell cheap. New York George; (;ilcubon and suits of Rocky \\. T Jackson of Waiilmrg l.*.ke. I i

Ra kt I'oint were atuoiiK those, who spout. who owns one of the neatest hon..at' One
!ice cream may be rich but it Is not the day In Oaineb\lll; *> esterday. in that section of the countr-. was We have

rrffct unless flavored with lllue Ribbon Mile Newborn: his; returned from in t h.. city yesterday. at .

Vanilla.For Jacksonville, where he has been on plain !
Our llii of fall .hOt" for omen 1
Rent-Furnished rooms for a visit to frUiids!! for the past few women and children art the soup.ptest Ladles ;
housekeeping. Apply 301 W. .1:1)...
lijbt patterns wt haeer shown" ,
Church street. Remember T, \'. New bern the blc- and: the prices are. as low as .\er I.. I
John and Joseph Hodge of ='t>wh.'r. cK mun, when soft want an).thing In C. Smith I

r> sere among those who spent yes, bicycles btlU. lamps lock.baskets and Peter T J. llagaii \VIIUnton, an This .

terda iu Gaiiiesllle.antfd supplies, | old and widely known tltlzen of the Voiles

\\ -A good cook. Apply In tierton alias Clara McDonald of Rocky Vest Knd. was In the city yesterday -Blues--. -

I corner University mid I.asslteritreHs Point spent i yesterday:= In this city asa un 1 business' connected with lh. Unl

!. :\1 n. \V It. Steckert.I'hiftr I guest of her ,:grandmother )1 ra. K. ted States land ofllc'.

tiros.. (Hankers are dolnc n I R Wlmb.Tl\ James' A. Abruiiis IIHM r..turn''tl M I.te"I

m*' Kuf* business Call and see llr>'Hiil Kletiher and Worth Pea.ock from points In the West Find wlirrt-

item and become a depositor .' two well! -known citizens. of he hits t .>eu on business for than mist

For Sale Two hundred and fifty MroiiMin. tix-nt| yesterday' In (:aln-.- few da,s. ltd reports the p>>oii sl.| In -- .
> Mile on business. that K.' cords II II S8wt d. soft and hard woodit I Mrs. .
I.U< and $3 per cord< Address J. K llrooks, proprietor of the A. NVtMiske Is prepared to do all wait ) I I

lnt>trity of Florida. (;ah''M'IIBotUh.tt\ Works, went yesterday kinds of contracting: and cnrienterwork Flse "

AV 1 II. lligdon has returned from on a business trip to Cedar upholstering etc. Hatlstactloii baskets I

Archer where he went as a delegateto Key and other jKilntu. guaranteed( and bond given wh.s re- : Company'
Kirkland of Oculu the quired. 1102 Alacbua avenue.
the Sunday School Institute. He c.0. was In Mm. J, I
rf'llflrt1l| > a delightful! and beneficial city .t'lItt'rdRY. Mr. Klrklan Is one J. Jlutcfe Whilst the clever truvt-l- hart. .. :

mptolin/ of the prominent youiiK traveling uifii tog reiresntatlv,(> of the Atlanta to .... :

Mr*. Henry Fulch. fornierl of this who \lsits this sectionFrl \Voodeiiware ('urltpany. Is In the city Mrs :

cit; hut now residing in Jacksonville ..iids of Hr. T. F. lT*.ma arc In the Interest of the drill Hitch'sfriends daughter. (

b Inn on a visit to Mrs J. 1':. Futch. glad to see him out again. Ir Thornin hi>ic are always glad| to sec \Valct ...
Her numerous friends", are glad to wel. has bests suCTerlnK for the |1)II.t ilrtt. .. (leP.. < '

come her\ sgsitt.K. few weeks with asthma I Mr. Jiiiiics MrCrv.||*i cud daughter Miss .
1. Hulme of Hawthorn was Iaerylrody: knows that Ziegler Mss tattoo l spent. yesterday In thUi frour ". '" '
with relapses, Miss l orna Is j
an. 'lIg those who spent| yesterday In Un). tutu KrlppvudtirMlittiiittft stews for women and Aliases ar>M the |.>(>ular "lle.rntur- tb* Honthvru .
CaK'-sine. ),r. Hulme Is a travelis .n'l delightful;
1'31'limn.. and has mad* u great tirel>' without an equal.Vi- n*" .. (tell T"ln>h
turri-K- rn tli' runt I HRfiits In tliU city\ 1. C. Hinltlf IIO|>> II '
11. art tll" "oyster 1.lth.. "'.. \V.t were test l thus)' U. write adore most ...
( hi' .M l.) nch las: returiM-d from
poll,:, on the East Coast, where bek handle III'. nu..t on 1-_,.. u..r J J0. ttaetlneata >.-..tiT.la) -Uusy .waiting on section, ,

{. h.-.-t for the past few days In without sad! wi know bow to ban a continued stream of custntu..rebut yesterday I(I | I|| i

fh)? nt." -r..at of Smith, Illchanls4iii X lli> and srv thinn. libort elders we. halve tl\- KIHMH Mild the prices. sod Mr .... !
Geri,. w 'Ii4ilesal' meats.' Jacksonvillei i u sp-fialt).. Kiitbforif Hi .urn, want you to i ,m" ta sea us H>.4*, Mrs, Mtvr I I l '
Kouth Hide H'nar. 4c Tone'h. from Mr | I
it i \ on want >m. )CJU wont 'efnti's I l |
I Attention !is colt\\ .<\ to the rlMiiiKPof Don furnt u.. w-hen you nest t uny' -I..ut ilee
if not -pared forte ,
)uu are pr .
u.iserllveruents of the NVw Turk I thin,* In tli.- I blrycle tin' **. Wt Peace
.. Mrs,. H ( |
} l
'I I snd t us
,' n.i it.| come I Ra .kt Mri H.'Ib..n nf''l Abe rirstI : lust r.-<-.-iv.-.t a e.aiieliti',| lute of lM.lls.lampM \ day for l '
3'" 't of comfortable' blKbC1 J
a lour I Ntttloiml M.tuk. all .>* 'wliU-! nH.**arI and baskets-an up-tinlnl II...- I visit tit | >!
,' luw out .
at a r"''inarkabl I In this '*..1... A p*'r--uiij' of th...... itil. I, (.\In..n.. Pict.. ( 1.mLany., nflfeseletiniest ,' who "' )
I.r. I' I.. ?)4thSTOVE
] .... I
\ rr/ire nn-nls rule prosy of rest; |HMIi llo i j her stay | i t .
I i ,tti t" readers of The Hull \lrrn. Frutik of Jackaom/erllls. Alio IIMSrf

f r- : .-n hr on a visit to her inoflivr.
MrrS: C TiM-lk amid sou ttnnI
WOOD I Mrs J. M HriMtkM.. has r..tunu'1| to
;I dolib.. hair r..tur..1| (nets Jane.uatI
j Kv4MiUoU.asliluKflst.| et<. i tier ttotnwlr. Fr..Mk !I. n (alnsvlllMlrl. Winter t Will Soon Be Here
"h.r..1 and IIA" ins,. "...u.t. li 1"r" whit
fur tiw
they tags. h..n past
i srs Itl...,.. glad. I.. her
"N .in Mipply in t-nyi: j ...*-.-k4 'r.. ) wer' iM.*>'''|
VriMii you ()It' Miss ...u.. KMlicbt "N" *t.m .toi|..-.l "o l 1".104&1.1 $h..rlfT U t: 1 t'4h.' ,.,. .f \\'lu.1 wo j got IHWV mid niv, m v:.nr .r. l,,ir furVHir .
1 lUant.ty .. .. UIATIN I : < s'H" l\ I IL I-
: routboinv at P-rtifMfM: fcttnislt sue wan Ah,'''to (|MMM* will slides ytfnlnf ... -I I .
rot I'etn up I j i .. .
tn n''Ur.. In this rltr. tnT\ Hury lea
I ."a..AI- I Our Line Is Now Complete: Anything From a ;
-- 1 t..n.h..-" n .trtu.>. In rr''|1' .'If.t
K.. TbrjM I" Kxy.' pastel .t the ; I '
"Hot Stuff" the Finest Parlor' Heater
I .r ,p.Irr.. ( a,'plj I Is ,\. It. iI.tt'; t:. 1! First lrefeyterhitii cftarafc* HA* tee I. -rs ctrl a'o"I..r.; : juid sit th. i>*Kr<_ p 4 to "

j turtHMl from A"**.r. whw...*. ... rae:tin hh .lk..trx t ar* fmUI ..f blm I It. I r.- _..;.;.. ...;-.- 1 II..V""r', 'Hider 51 50 to $3 51
Inca. --1 .
.J"lh lass.lb" mar
sakiw.'l --
GAINESVILLE! TIE COMPAMY I.eeo atteselinK the 14cae..1aY tletlenet Ita : ... 7' ,. 1 M',., U..M, .
..Minisiwt tb* sx.elim of the r'teaby.rr . t.-tl" tie. hasat: t.n4 .,, :t- S3.25 10 51001r" /

I'b she .. 1. .. .. II .... .... --, ) ..... .. ... ...
of the tofu*" rrj- s Mr Mi4 \/r.ape I: HwrTlunti h. (! + L': .." .._- .u".1i r ,. .,.
a flitm*.tiHtf. '...11 attended. art returmeal tru., TSIS.... win.re they. JL--.7, ::":'.';':*.!.* is I:: '; '1 u.t S8.75 10 514.11I '1

.ntl.",.......'. tb. ellltesis elf( ArekeTse ..... 1-. .m iM M1r In.'a' 'nt. slop t.c "' '...
,' hicbt ...'" their. MnItfMMtiI'urpnrast ptwd ..111't.., ..n4 Mr* W. J (*wr I (.:lllMk f./-*:6 ; S3.50-I.M- t ,

EI Dorado CafeABOUT ...... l..eter . .r.- |1.1'I" I I... alert !
q t4 <..... .. 1rt the ....
laln. stllle ',..r4.. wtln sssk r hue
tI "tae Ib T. onw. .. ....stl tb."ub the .. ..* U .-- in. ...t.t at!I.. r*> I'" i H.4 IllSie"' .- eelill. Yte '11"- i tt EMtl eP
OYSTERS 'it, y.teeday .... rWNte to ....r t I .ill >M.. a' D..naaa to tttr\ fftetad..

a tn.ttrr (>l e...nti trt.. .. I'Irkrna k.rw tw will 1....*> ka funs _.

. @ in U__ |"rrn. .rth..rt. l.a,\) C.*{Qra.1 <*lM.ib* t'. w.saklhave JAS -.' .RAJ 1AM. f'... 0.0.-: IIVDI.: V.. .!'/'' Ml i AM,'Jf(, C-.' Ul:; C.HAHAM Aw1C.J.e. .
If sees kn. i w tlwjr are t..h1 |.r-f''rr*'l Ifntulf ".. the situai
li"rl, .rr Ml. _t..f\r-c. tram with his r.. tipaiir tea .... detatne.1 t
tts'n y..s are
....e. f...pet1R cmnlultls aUr"Uun am.it uti *r..j.t"it ft b i...u-*. users. FIRST NATIONAL BANK GAINESVILLE FLA.CAPITAL y
free> ewwt.
away .
I t- pr.psw d I t y ..,... w tr. Our rea4.rs w UI rloa tt a rLaratth ,

. At a <<1F re (if U'1 are. tit lr the Continental atderrU..went that AM$ SUIPLUS. SI31.8 O.OD UNfTEft STATES OCPflOTaffT ;,
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"' .J Mr I. O Wbee1ar. a .0-1180.11
I )lea..' ,....
.r two IH> t-1- caterer hl the teat Ceaa.t.: U.

.,.rmi ant, yeas,..-Use tw.,foe..t hail I.,rtrtwin -..srlelaltt. sat tar a tAt.ttb.-.t.|...j./lt oci with. this This 0'.n' n* stj4 CIIofCtPl't'l, We Offer Unexcelled Facilities and Up-to-Date Methods of Banking,

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.:.101 1.. 11rM.t2.: In.-vf ry way stud etefy ftMDlort cad r-oa..a"-- __ ,
till Iv ;11.. 1 .
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