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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 27, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00936
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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,?OL. XXIV, NO. 2-" GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER :!7, 1907 TEN CENTS A WKhKP

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mother's bUlly was badly burned. That boss sale of the express' company, a -- ]

PERSONS PERJSH.Fatal of fire Ciill; bora scarcely a mark. I|TRIAL IS POSTPONED Jug of whisky. It Is alleged to be in CRUSADE IS

but it was d"ad from suffocation. On I violation of the prohibition laws for I PLMiitu

4 rvery side irt the mother and the babe -- the cxprerpeople to adopt this method .

lay the bodies of other victims. of getting c'rarRC-i: oat of uncalled-

'. Tenement' Honse Fire Takes Second Hearing of Thaw'as to for eoodrf A tot of the right to thus Prohibitionists will

:( Place In New York. CARLOS' THRONE SHAKY. realizeon delinquent charges will be -LL.t,"?:.11 t to
Corns in
-- Up January. made
J\. --- Carry New 1 cri: yj.;!
, Portugal Thought To Be on the Eve of I '. , f-
; a Revolution MRS. BRADLEY'S TRIAL.
ALL DEAD WERE ITALIANS
Paris Nov. 20-Report* repr! st-'nt-! IS CONFIDENT CF ACQUITTALThaw TO PUT OUT A STATE T
Hearing of Evidence May Be Con lEi:(
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ClucQd This Week.
oill.e Ware Found Huddled Tcgeth a rctolutton are received here with
caution as dlspatche coming direct E-slievec He Wi'l'1 Be Freed and Washington Nov. 20 \Vhen the Cheered by the Success
o'a
it..ron Top Floor Where Terror- rick.ri trial cf lrH. Anna :\1. Bradley chart. :S
from that country have been censored la Preparing for Second Ordeal Alabama Attempt We.
|..n Peop'e Had Been Driven by the and those directly across toe frontierare ed with the murder of former United )
Both Sides Agree: to a Postponementof State Senator Arthur Brown was returned Elect Prohibition L-G", .
?; .mea-Revenge of Burglar* held iXore or leis under suspicion I
Mouda In criminal court No.
the Caee. Year.
Both tho reports of tbe banishment of I
} New York!; Nov 2U .-Thirteen per tho crown prince and the mutiny of 1. the belief w ns entertained on all

:eons )lost their llvvg! all*J tiavcral oUtcrawere the Ilea arc denied by toe I'ortuga.lembal5 New York Nov V.-The second I, sides I fiat t''e hearing of evidence Now Voile. N:,.\ .

. InJuu-M. early ilnndnv In a tune' )' hero: nevertheless, the :making trial of flurry Umda:1 Thaw bet for would lip crncludcrt thla week It Is what the} tn.iigreatest . t ..
. 'tnaent house II and not expetI.1( 1 that court will dt on tetupcranct .
ro at One Hundred arrf'8't
of the suspension of anewspaper '
one week fr">m :Huiid) Nov 25. '
.latli street and /Hvcond avenue 'and other repressive measiroa Thanksgiving: they, and as trials asa try teas ever *'iu '
will again Iw postponed, and theta> It* I I..t of New
Yoik .
l', All the dt"acl.wc'rar ItallaiiH. tiuverlull"ot which have born taken by what rule, Hrl' not conducted on Saturdays -i ,

.) thu thirteen were clilldienTlw << Premier Franco. terms "an administrative little chtnu-H that it will be called until the finishing te'Umony will bA 'crusade to novt 'i i

bodies were round hiiddN! lu. dictatorship" seem conclusivethat tome date well along in Jautiarj crowded Into four da>'s. i "dry" column.

ether In room on I Iho top floor* of The The arguments will begin next week If Aluuama' and' ;. t.
matters In Portugal, have entered declhUjit ti> ask for a postponement I'
e Unllding where ,the I tenor.vtrlcken and the indications now are that tbeCOM turned to }prohibit .'re.
upon a critical stag. has been a;;r.'id to by- both hides
York they .
pie had bleu driven h> thu llamoM' This condition undoubtedly has been ? will go to the jury not later than' lY.

led rushed up from the l lower 11uor.., precipitated" tiy the Interview wits It U. due |..artl.to. ti o fact that the Thursday I>eo. I 5. A Hate ticket:; : wtleld :

07 had succumbed, tn>loru lire) could King Carlos' which waa published last. task of selecting a jury would be made A number of insanity experts on and the can i iIc ,

b windows! which h-J to the Ire week. In which hn announced his. absolute doubly hard b>' tho up4,>roach of the botn fides were in court :Monday and HTuture which VM. t. I ,
: Son had bt l their presence added Interest to theca Hun law next ) car i-
.Capea. on enveloped -rancu'
faith In Premier and holidays, and the pro?cct before the
.'.the flames nid uurmd a II n'. OtneiH, his Intention to allow the premier to talesmen of sle'rt.ilrg hcln Christmas! "n .became' of the conflict of opln- and! will' be actlvtxFINANCCS .: I '

rcome b>' siiicito! weru spared tho chose the time for the holding of the and New Yearn da\ loci:: .ed up under loa which they are bound to entertain.
nits of death In 1'ic! - -- -- BRI--TE: .
rtr.niftt.:
: Work of Incendiaries opposition, which haw been the fhtt tviit Thaw' counsel baa applUd HAD NARROW ESCAPE.
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Believed Canka \\ ;,11 !Si. p, ".
".'That the I'ltnl flue was the work of stirring up the country for months to the court for p. rn11'n' to 0
past, expected by a gigantic demonstration tinHocrt.t Secretary Taft' Train Came Near Be. Payments In Ci:< i I' '
cend1arl .. wiio M>Itltllt revenge IH Inspect r> ItVnre prernted ;New: Turk Nov ::'

glib. opinion of tho police and firemen plannvd for Jan- 2. next to before tie IUTOC c"iruifiuti'ion during Ing Wrecked.Krasnojnrsk. banks oet..w vs..I.i ., .

bo made the first' hasty' examination force tho king to dismiss Premier the pn.grcsH of fur li-jt tiial.AH Siberia, Nor. 2 xn"
rte. weeks uga thrve Italians were Franco, but his majesty's boll endorsement an Bddctl. cause. tar delay thereis WAS learned here Monday that the meats in ( .
'lIrl"f''c-' 1IJr'saed i 1- ,
Oght In ttirtut of attemptlriK tonb' of the dictatorship removes u' rumor that the atuernes: nowrepresentlnvt train upon which Secretary Taft and .
b> men :n. i
safe In thw saloon of tluUeppeCtrdano. this hope, abruptly consolidating the Thaw ma> apply for .1 his' patty arcs traveling over the trans. clal world The prnu Ni',. .

on the Krontui tloor. 'r lo entire opposition, In tbe direction of change cif \cnue-, declaring a fair trial Siberian railroad from Vladivostok to 000.000 of ,i . MM..'
treasury t ii"d:
,-"r., contalued< .,ovc.r 1,000, which the republicanism. fur tl.cir Plltut In New. York county InImpoKKlblt :Moscow had n narrow escape from by most made the bart i,,r .
' mIoonIio Surh If mad being wrecked Sunday at Chita.
*per'i. friends had withdrawn a move. *. cnent. The -
J t from banka during the money panic. SHIPS STORM-TOSSED. would !b. based upon tbe alleged. un- A switch In front of the Tan train enabled because banks.of tin It. ,i: -vpollutions .+ \ "

'T6. woatd-bv robber wern arrest- fricndl attitude of many of tilt local became open when It should have ,.'
of gold tu tuM I
lid, and are now awaiting" trial. Violent Storm Sweep Along Atlantic papers, and the extent to which the been slut hut an employe 'dlscoerod this and .. .
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y.rrLe are of Monday started In Cu Coast, Doing Damage. evidence was printed and read In this this Htcumtance one' minute note

...110'. saloon and the police believe Delaware Breakwater, Del., Nov. communlt UIItrlctttorn'e' )' Jerome before the train came along, closed circulation.
It I Is said 1 that of t .
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:....t It may have, been the work of 2G -1 he northeast gale which swept will serlouvly l oppose the granting ofa the switch and kept It on the proper will he r.-I.l N....

intends of the prisoners. who took' smug: the Atlantic' coast Sunday, waspecltlly chang In the scene of the> trial.It rail*. Had the train brn thrown -i
York banks for loans .
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11111. moan. of squaring th*' account<< f'I>>, severe In this vlclnlt). Is nearly a year since!' the first r>n to the Biding It would have crashed . ..'
rate will fall to nornia: i 1- \, "
..Ith the saloonkeeper. OHM life wan lost as a direct result trial was begun It covered a periodof Into a number of freight cars .
Hankers are of the tlplll i :'
of the heavy seas, and a schoonerwas '- ---
e..ehe weeks, and after two days
Fled for Their Live.. .
if currency premium will w '
blown whore ant Is In dangerof and two nights of 'deliberation tilts Big Football Receipts.
Cudano dlscuvur l the Ole. when, he short time
being pounded to pleccn.! All ves Jur' could not agree New Haen. Conn., Nov. "".-It Issnnounced disappear
....bt. down to open, his place of buines *. I During the flurrv. it i I. *
that the
eels within the and foot ball
kept harbor same ThIn hU cell In the fatuous old : receipts .
early Monday morning. As hoe had trouble Ir. preventing their anchors Tombs prison which he has for the sea-ion for Yale will, reach ap $1: .OOO.ooo hag been VM
;; .ned the hv acct by occupiedsince I the bank of Nowr. .
>p door was a ' ( uc:
from dragging and being blown the night of the traced on the prnxliiiate', $S(1.000Vhll* this U nota ..
rush of flame. and without waiting ** ashore 'rl''ol'1l"Jr..aJ.ln! withdrawn throughout! t f'
amount, it Is untfunlly -
:Madison Square Hoof Carden June 25.1DOC.
moment to In.r.UKat.Jaahed up the estimated at $3: ::53.IIOfl.III'< > :,-
The schooner Rf. Bird' with high.'Yale and
a U planning/ for his second trial Harvard ,
vtalrs to the tenements above, rrj- house certificates are In '1.-' .t. "
cargo of hi nt h. r. from Charleston with the nrm.> confidence of shares equally fCS.OOO after SAtur-
;see out for the occupant of the build acquittalthat threw cities of over I t" I
H. C. for New York both davV and the
parted he prepared for the first orJI'al.l lHo game receipts of the ....
aBK to run for their 11% s.'Iulu Yalo-Pilncoton lion the amount of t t' ,
anchor chains while anchored off Cap dally udvlses with his game alllo !split evenly -
t'. \\ hu leached the rooms occu- counsel outstanding In Now V." "? ,;
llenlopon and war blown on the beacb chafra at the delays already I between: the teams amount to $ ,-
led his he burst Indoor encountend ') <
by own family 75. 0 >.0t)0.
Jvwcs The l-owe alflI.) The
nt Lifesaving In hefting 1 his story before a sums spent by visitors
the and seizing hi* )'OUIIIC.on.. crew wont to the asulclsnce' of the second Jur- und Is Impatient for his to the Kamo Saturday( and the enIlOUII *r-

nionlo, In his arms told \Irll. Cuaau schooners crew and brougat st.hor days In court to begin amounts won by Yale students PROHI CRUSADE:

sod other members of the family the .. ptah.'iI wife and child with great It Is nearly a >.ear since the first on the game will completely break the

follow him difficulty Captain IV'ldt find nls trial I wan boKun/ ft covered a period money stringency; lu New haven Reform Movement Has Et't' L 1 '"
:Cudano and the managed to fin itetr
boy
crew refuted lo It'I&thll' vessel ..of twilvo vi-okK and after two days ed at New Orl(';aNew "- ,

way down tho Mttlr to the The man who lost his life was WJ and two nlgatH& of deliberation the Flurry Will Soon Be Over ;: Orleans, I.A, .

,eel, but before the WOIIIIMI couldrotigh at Walker. of CZraco Point. Va. an Jury could not agrte. Seven of ttoe nnl>lttJn. Ala. Nov 25.-J. MJlarr. a "dr>'" New Orleun-- .

be flames hud cut oft exit oiler on the oceangoing: tut; Utick- tae" l Re Ult'tlhn heard the: drasticreclnl president of the Wotxlutock Ironcompany prohibitionists and a "

that avenue It Is "upi"o.ed that enbach. Ho was" pitched ugnln the I of Evelyn Ncb1t Thaw'- declares he believes the : Orleans, the object oi.1 ','
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r.. Cu<1 no and tin other chtldr'nirouht machinery by tne..rolling of the tu,(. story: nf alleged! wrongful treatment at financial flurry will" be over In a short a crusade relUctlnt, : .

."ftot,1n the upper part of the and his left log was crushed. ).atar timf' As far movement In other ,
& I the hind: of the noted architect, a as his' company Is con.cerned. r"i
;:eulhllnc. ho died front lose of blood. ftnry til.t. 1\t flashed by telegraph << its blat furnace In this ell began here Sundav
': Just what happened I In the burning .
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-------- has lost but o.i.. !Ministers In nearly
amt I cable to every part of the civilized day since It was e
;ulldlng: before tbe fire was checkedwill Stabbed the I'rolt.tltant .*
Heart.
Through overhauled churcnes '
world and read<< as one of the and started operations last
{:*ever be known. Chattanooga. "'.nu. N Ih" 2t;.-At their
piopt r 'n.:irknbl** utterance* ever spring The.f view are shared by sermons to al'I".1;

k, Fire Spread Rapidly. Bird\\H'ull. a small vlllixe near 'bl+ heard In n "Irtroom0111",1 i "\a b.,. II. F rv n.trdeebcn.! the great Alabama up the liquor traffic.Simultaneously .

, 'Subsequently the flamee spread, and city CirtloM: Hill, SO year oiJ wa' lieu,. that her confession to her hu!- mlnieral expert. and others COB.r.ecte.1 peri

*tmost before:! the men arrived tbejbole stanh..I thntuKh the h..art and In hand juntlfied' him three years after with the Woodstock company evl at home from chu' :, ;

w... building was a. furnace and It s'ant.v, Klt'f.1 by Nathan lt\t\un :ID- In tukitit the .Ifo of the man charged This company will not retrench aperatlons In Sunday's papersed

t'' wrath Impossible for any one to enter da' aft(Ornlun The tw>'* "..rIt, h with the ruin of hU chorus'girl wife It U understood plane of Inlluent:

.:"e]lQftft the cries of the aconlrrd women a crowd. who acre laughing and JokIng They voted. for 1III1t of murder in the -- ---- Unto to force the p<

.\aad children were drowned by the ; w. .'n l>t\nn struck a tuuVcD for tlr.t clegroo Flrt jurors, on the Little Newsboy Killed. the Louisiana 1.lugmer

; r of add crackle of the flames. the pu-p ..... of lighting his pipe. Hill ether band wert ready to acquit Atlanta. Nor 26--lluford Bailey, Actionable, member It

'!'t Not a slitclti pvr.on was sewn to>aiv., blew) .MII! t':>.- niattfh Hrw' "' told ,' most of tht m believing: that Thaw' tbe 12 voarold son of Mrs M AFUlley petition the city coucc .

I' at any uf the windows of the by 1)1'1 not t<> repeat the performance I mind had b_n po uret o\er the storyof of IIS South Pr>or street was the raloons of such roo t

wltb the of llo iiuMf another match run o\er md killed! by a street The
lazing bullutttir exception tllt. Rlrl m downfall that he was bfl- car at doting of dlvfjmr .

lmf 8. on the second floor from which. which. wa' pronntt blown out Un. rift of r.,4M and was. entitled to that the: south end of the Whitehall street" resorts, I* ode. e''f

f i..ye..s p..mu rescued Ore escape tstiily iXxuuwhlpt. >rl ona knife. anJ pntvlston of the I law. which. excuse: \. viaduct ahort!) before t clock Sunday tko liquor dealers *

t'.4 were rrcue l The reason for plunged It Into IlkU's heart IkXh are periMi ro Insane aa net ti. know. the afternoon The buy war playing create such .IJfI'04IndIDC

this was explains!. when" utter the tuembvrs of prv>iuli>ent frul.l: tk. nature or quarty: of bl_ act ami DOt wltb a CODIDV-DIf1D. and In tutus to are old all will minis

:/ataea had ln>ea p4 ty checked, n...- are i>n the tral; of (He nittrtlo.fr to know that the avt I* wraps. At avoid one car ra In front of another aad Yktk-D" .

". .. fought their t trough tb the ltce *. ..l1ba.. tar'snt'y kln..l.Ila..'
,.. was Mr. Cleveland Aiikr III. p> ta'l
invoke to lee, upper floor Tt>er.- New YofK. Nov ? :- .\cC'ont'ua t to and aferward In ti.a 'ltv ".".boJ. are 'e'Uut .11' a. .Mt>Bcrtptlon Company Probed 1ntrmln .

they came upon 1,1- of dead w berg retorts tnelvcd lu N.>w \ 'rk former ptUun Tho.,, Ci>fii wi|'HI hv was acting to pay' funeral expear.'a: add aid amn>. .Maetamlasikxs '.

bad fallen victim 1t> tve ru.h .. btu .ttlow.Dluth.r.. the ..
ejr l l"f..I.s.gt Orr Cleveland Ist a.eIu I a an s.<*.t f Prvvteteete In . Into .
duos or smoke errn before they ronflnt 111 at his same la IY*uc.- sending S-an' ford Ualtr :o ere. yritve < --- - Soalbe-rn !!Ether''.'..-

ads chnc to attempt to save *uton He is said to have suffered a heal IrteraK evtater let the eour e! T>orr.'.. Statue Unveiled.Nasbvllle. been contlno to *..t

I relApve of the oM intestinal trouble I of th> ti.Q.e at toe rvistlOK t lal Itt Tf'ell. v."v ;, --
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b' Hf''e' M..t*.er.ttt I which troubled him Ut June The c..n"'rA.n belleiverl that 4ee-pt any day afternoon i I" I. .. lire of 12. pany. Mayor Ward t >

IJe*<* of J'Utl.c.tku.t..J.; Thaw (>00 or IS .**> T- ;. A n.oie stafae be knew of co graft attalioner .
Bald deveo .
ace of e T' the h; Acv present attack., It U .> 4m I may
rnalntsla. his present : wit of tile !tale J*.ic 1 U TV t>a. pre.ldept McCartfn ::
.eovered a / > who bad made -.>"' Taur4jiy last and although severe aafers .
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MNl detperate effort to sac. the life.rtelib.e at flrst Mr Cleveland *bow: .st ("0.' cunQne -etr.e':er%' to r. a xng* out a jr ano K:& title pavement It

. baby evea when she knew tbs tide-able:: hupruY. ..At.J& Friday Tbe : c... of l.s.e' 1r.arWhUky ",. sad St Loul. r&it. ".art .aa. I..n'.s.M'It | fba? the ei>mp'OTJe
ass erected b' t .- Jo '
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or 'om.as C.t; ::: exarch fBorarjr
'.te lt.reelf was doomed to a harrl >lr details of bis cocxUtton' could not beat
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eats. Sh.
ahtwad'tlve titlto one and then b r* I mission that be **.*. tai Ul aadtwfla.d 3loatjomtty .Ua 1oe ttf AUC- eni'ir'.v trots dl! vrt.+r.. uC.Ali and net Ca",
<: awl. ..n:. ,... of the
9at're *-* *e' *. ;4 10- hie b4.** ao iatonaattoa ik'at-T HIl'ia' *-en er'wv eJ a) We (. tattarrovsa a.'ln... aldermen cN'af9'
'Tb. --.at,..' O4It:": Nq l1n sirst Yea neeAat BW SG Loa1.a fal2roa4 tad bY.-t' e-(" .
lJ. 'f'. I ....,,-. ; .fl :\ ., 'e 4***-'*....' r lu atas elal>1 1t'. ;... ,. .. I., :.it\- .. 11 10 tILe 1hs'e.

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AMORE: THAN 7,000GAINESVILLE of Gainesville as the seat of the

\ State University. Another reason lathe I "Oldest Bank in Central Florida"H.

RUNS carn ..t. faithful and persistent
efforts of the cntcrprl...inB people! here -

""s., I t'to ro-L-ilntf. ;out tinattention. he c mini tu of :'Jaji the ,,esvlMe public F. DUTTON IFPIUElN: :, TIff DUTTON[ DAI J.II1ECTn"I i

i Wonderful lucrcase: .in Population ( .' I I\'t.; ..it.otr; O. K, ,, ....
.' !. < ':ilt"' I le jM.t t. e't ,. W. K T''f>.vlAS, I HR3O I
: for Two ead One-Half 7 ears.ii ._ tli pr . v-e l.i t. of M many rI < I i UI t'r "I..h n'C.: ,V'. CHASUH :

I IlKlous and educational institution:. C. W CHA -F.. t'" Capital{ Full Paid 575,000 .. . I
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ii THE CITY HAS GROWN nAPIDLY: ( of a 1:IBJ! (order even the public school BANKERSV.aMi 1nttnoo.q're. GAINESVILLE. FLA.COUNTY J. A.I.\U..l'olh.
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first rank the I :
having! ) g.\I1".1 amouK ... p
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public school of the State in attract- - J u. xiciior.sS. v
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Development Has Been Remarkable 'F. D TUKNF.K.
-1'3n. Ins people here, many families having Sec uiMi Ire.... and CITYDEPOSITORY J THQM:.
: Which Shows That Educational :,' come fur the purpose of giviiiK their 1178 VT. R. TUOXIAS I

j; and Other Advantages of City Attracts . children the advantage. higher education t .

Attention Elsewhere. in the public schools.
/ I A Bank whose slrrtigth has been so conspicuous for more than a quarter of a century that it u known throughout the \.u ,
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In nil xjalin'svllle has dono well and
According to the statement which counts of Merchant Corporations. Farmers MJlmen. Turpentine Operator and Individuals solicited
the increase; iu population for the past
will be made by Jesse K. Iturtz, owner i two and a half yean should du creditto Four .per cent paid. on Time Certificates of Ilepeslt.a Office hours ;> a. III. 1" t
.compiler and publisher of the (Jalnesvllle I : .. _
City Directory for l!07-8. which Hay city III tue South. "' II jJ A.._ _ f'-t'V - AA1W."' M
,1 : Tho compiler1\ of the directory Is e
fe hopes to"have out In a few days . .
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1 3, very much gr.ttified 1 at the Increase In a..a?
; ,ibe Increase In population of the cityI11ati MICANOPY NEWS.
I'! population which he has noted. A reference
beet something wonderful within I to his book for 1905-IS.: In the :MALSBV MACHINERY CO M I p \ N \
;jibe' past two and u halt years b lug I' Mrs. Sue D. Feaster Entertains in
;'fmore than thirty-three and one-third 'Ir.ra'u. and the population which he Honor of Bridal Couple. IAn" Distance ''!'bone'tn./ ::Ocean Street. JACKs-ON. I
will in hit will show
give new work an .
,':;pe1j %;ont. This Is certainly a remark- I Micanopy, :Nov t'o.: -;Mrs. Sue I).
: bie record und a record of which any increase of which no city or town Feaster entertained select crowd of
should feel anything hut< proud. A MACHINEBi'I'rlah' I }
,.117 should feel proud. It Is: .'vl friends Tuesday night In honor of her t-1 i

"4tence' that the city is growing wonder niece, :\lr4.o'urd of Kyncliburgr Vir .. RfI''
ji'vfttlly.: and is attracting a.ttNIluu'f'r! -- PRIVATE HUNTING PARTY .
glnllu"l", and games were indulged pin4 smut Ho "
<'1wbere.Tho: iu until a late hour when cake arid I ti \ Wuod-wor* 't .. MbU
J compiler of the directory has Superintendent Cutler Take Numberof chocolate were hirved. Mr.... Feaster 1 "plieii.' (.' "min .
> U in i ioik i
p.,=erclsed I every conservative methodof Friends on Hunting Trip. was 'aI-HIIMt.1 In ci.tcrt.iliiliiK. hy Airs. Write. fur CMC i

.,;' securing all the Inlormatlon prop" Superintendent J. II. Cutler of the If. C. Crawford and Otis Feaster. Mrs ti <\l?"Ti'* for I" ,
,. eely He has the advantage of being mind OASOMNh I- ,
Tampa und Jacksonville Col. Itobt. J.:. Ford was' glrlUMy beautiful lu a gown

well acquainted with the city, having Oavid Judge J. A. Carlisle and Captain of pale pink mull, trimmed with .. .. .
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j ,been a resident here tlm past' eight '"al ucleuu"H. The hostess wore white.
Ivers.' all on pleasure bent left Tuesday
years, hence should b<> In a position eight for the fields und meadows with touches of blue. Mr. and Mrs. SECOND DAY OF i i PROF. JULES EICHEL6ERGEJ
"to give correct and IlItelllK'nllururma. _
: Ford have arrived In Mica
rco-titly
in the vicinity of "Fairfield where they i I :=

:{:."..,open on the subject. will enjoy two or three days' hunting. nopy from Lynchburg on their wedding THE LOWMAN CASE I Piano and
I Tune'
Organ :
his second
The compiler completed The party Is occupying Superintendent tour. They leave the coming

'.I'edition of the Calnesvillo directory In Cutler's private car. .the '''uKea,1 week; for Ocala from thence to VfrKinla and Repairer .

'it 1905, in the mouth of June, at which wllla. which insures their comfort dur- where they will reside permanently. (Continued from Page Two.) I IquarrcJllng. --

:v 'time ho discovered that there was a I. iiift HIM trip. as this Is one of the most They hate made many friends I ,
.. here their hrio/f who winr..gr..t Witness did not hear I
up-to-date private ear. in this sectionof during stay r
be-lag the* country. their departure. all the conversation. I ;

Und:: this year, two years and a bait The Sun may have some remarkable Quite a crowd of young folks attended Will I.iovvmati was sworn and said

; later population In aggregate/: of 7:133.: stories to relate at the ('onrlll.-Ioli.of a caiiH-KrindiuK Thursday night atM. ne was with his brother all the time i GAINKSVILM. f'L"l! .

't; :ot which there are 3,1",/) whites and this Hauknlfcht'H liouie west ,of town. at Geo. Longs place at Archer heard

iI' 3,435 colored i grand Increase, about Juice was plentiful, the crowd merry all the conversation and Oeo. l.jwmau J

: the same proportion In white and ('01- H. K. HOOKS RESIGNS. and all present had a good: time> made no threats against 1'hlnney nor Miss N. NortonNovelties l

\ died imputation. %. \, hat moro "ncouraglng A fish fry was ghee Mr., and Mrs. said anything about a pistol. Ho did

M i report could be asked of H city's Popular Agent of Southern ExpressCompany I.'ordt beautiful 14uk.Pauburg last not see Jack "'r'f! there.

progress Tenders Resignation.II. ..ursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. t*. Feaster. At 6:30 o'clock p. m. the court adjourned
3.1 In speaking of the new directory Mrs Sue -t'alltt'r.. Mr. Smith and ,until 8 o'clock this morning.Col. Books Stationer
the publisher announces that he bus K. hooks. for the past few others were present. Fred Cubberly conducted .partof ?

taken his time, but that he has made months the popular and obliging accent : The ladles of the M. C. A. tendereda the cross-examination for defense, Souvenirs Sheet Pictures

as thorough canvass as could ha.. ,,... of the Southern Kxpress Company at reception to their friends at the as Judge Carter had to take an occasional

been made. As a mutter of course he I this point, has tendered his resignation hospitable home of Dr. Johnson lost rest on account of his feeble and Picture Frames . , .
J does not claim the work which Is to take effect as soon as his successor Thursday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Johii- condition.

' Moon to b.> before the public absolutely" can be npitolnted.% Hun were a charming host and hostess The reporter does not pretend to

'er. correct but be will watc.*r that It will .l 1 r. IhKlkwho has been connected and made the time pass pleasantly for say that the above testimony is verbatim 206 East Liberty Street,

F; 'be as near correct as the average pile with the express company In various "v r"uup. Mr. Melton sang several but he has tried to give the same

:, licatlou of Its kind. "It Is absolutelyi' capacities here fur some time, feels beautiful selections, while Mrs. Iamb In 'condensed form and as he would GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

'i' lniMMsihl| to bring this. work down to I that his health will not iwrmll him ('ontrlhutpcI't'rat instrumental solos have understood were he u member --- - -

k A fine point of correctnetts" be said I to continue during the rush Incident llcv. Thrasher added to the pleasure of ->f the Jury. MONET
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:J.) but we. can come, In a 'It)" tin sl/e to the) holiday season, hence tendored all by his rendition "The Holy City." ,

I.>? of (1,d'If'''\.II h.. within a hundred ofi ins resignation, Inter the guests repaired to the din tunate In securing such an eloquent SAVE TIMEWO

'i the actu.tl population of the tuvvn" lug-r.snr here an excellent] supper man for the ensuing >'par. Rev.i' RRT

i The people of Ciiluesvllle are ccr Woman Judged Insane was "t-prcad consisting. of a salad Thrasher Intends moving his. family I

talnly to he! cotiKratulatcd upon tin Aiuand.i Mtl.eixl, u ('olur,1ollla... roiirst, pickles sandwiches, cake and from <3'i>rgla to our town. We will HPlj Itujiiivr Your I > .

wond'rhll0(1'11\\ th the city has taken: about t\\"'"Iy.r.mr >ears of age. hallIIIK coffee The table was beautifully be glad to welcome them In our midst.Dr. .

within the I""t| thr.>.* ).ears. There | from Alal'lllll.UK examined Tuesday decorated I III 1.lnk'rOlf'M: and ferns.i'Imes . Z1.: J Price Is In town again KEYSTONE BAKERY

ors ninny retiMous for this, principal for lunacy before a lunar) Ixtard present' were: Dr. and Mrs le has recently returned from Atlanta 1'aone 16:;. ,H. T. Mil( I hit.: IT"*

ti -- -. _ composed of I>rs. (1)11. l I.. Carter and John"ou. Mr und Mrs. J. J. Itarr. Dr, where h.. went to undergo an

I J. M 1. Bell and \Vlii. Torley. The authorities and Mrs J I. I D \\..utkhIM.Ir.: and :Mrs. tion for cataract of the e>.... The ol"ra'i) trot
For we have been : 3
mil (I'hiitlatuMH have been (*. I K :Melton. Mr. InllfrH.: A. (;. ation wars ii success und his Baking years for hundred of *. notllled nod It Is t''I'.1| that IIPattendant I vnbMr: and Mr. O. \\'. Merry :Mr. are rejoicing with him In his good t' ,' 'O:
; tamers. Are on the *
I will be sent after the unfortnuati and Mrs I .\. M. Mott. 11 I r. and t1 rHo I K. furl uie. He In contemplating locating'' you .
It's never too lte.South
vutiuun In tt day or two. "'onl.Ir: and :Mrs. J. I.. lIare.Ir.: Mclntosh.: I

I -- and Mrs .\. I K. Smith. \i I r. noelIrs.: 11'0 are certainly glad to see Mrs.

YT GAINESVILLE POISON "ACTORIES. O I.. "" '''''h'r.Ir.: and Mrs. .1. H.Imtlnton. J. I D. Reeves: out again. She Is Just Florida

I : Mr and :Mrs. .1. i I':. Thrash recovering from a severe c'us.of typhoid !.
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You Will be Surprised to Learn How er. :\Ir.... Sue "" '!itt.'t'r.1rM.. : W. 11. llol fever having been confined to I

I There Are. bltt :Mrs Arnow, :Mrs. ":.I .lrtlM. :Mrs bet bed for three or four months.A .
Many I
T It. Matthews! !, Miss MntthowH. :Mrs. Normal
I 1)\11\ )'ou ever feel Ktttpld and dull Snow den. 11..,.. Thrasher and Dr X.M Good Liniment. I 1 institute

after eating a hearty ellnlu'r''h1 ?! : ITIce When you need a good reliable liniment
\\ food Is retained ton long: In .
r.Unary A Brcnlin Shale Miss Joalo Carlton mai.le a flying try Chamberlains Pain Halm. It. RAISE YOUR GRADE- I woe
:U *... .-at tho stomach lMcnin' ''* of Momncliweakness visit Calnenvllle
to Tuesdmuy. has no superior for sprains and swell I ,' it
the M>|KOII rlu"urytlrk..,. your _Jar). The S -
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K. C. Rivers spent<< Sunday In AlnchUil. ings. A piece of flannel slightly '-*
'* It Won't eICrttcL" *5X overtime and them Is giddiness, con dampened: with Pain Halm is superiorto "I Normal Institute wilt g'>
1 I .
It's the breaking of the t r tl TjCfJtjf 'usl"n .uC thoiiKht.: despondency, heartburn Capt. JV.. Carter made a trip to a plaster for lame back or pains in I I r best help in raising yi-r.i-. . t *
sleeplessness<< ncrvuiift trouble the side Florida In the :>
I South
la Opaque shade that B Cinlneitv'Ille at U rdl\)'. or chent. It also relieves 'I
c' makes the anjiliar 'crack** u and other forms of Indigestion:: A g.ssl many of our to"Iu.p.'opl.,1 rheumatic pains und makes sleep andre I I most progressive part "'' iletpays
The K'I'rAJI"" of MltMi.i stomach t Hisslble. l'or sAle by all drugglnts. the .best ftuUrl *
:
.tt'nl |Mrt of the wm-W In Calnesvtlloattenlnic I I t II
1..It.t. villa within the reach of every- court a good school In Souttend -

r1, tio reliable\ und poltlve,, rure for Mrs J H Kin*>ron U visiting her Card of Thanks.Kditor the South r'lorM '

all fliottt.M'h weakness Ml-tvna ipilckIv dauKhter. Mr further .artla!"i''
t : Henry Simpson Sun-I wish to express' ni> For i
< T.'.. tho worst' cusos of Indlgt,ittlon. \\'. I D Itobbltt U moving hit family ninny many thanks to my friends and P. W. CORR. A. B.. P
Mini I"" .' p<\ln and ,ll.trei"A which i I" Into the house r''I- "
the formerly ownetl by J. neighbors who rendered me so much r---Dad. City __
earn i. it after meuU will >>..<,ii dlsnppoar -
X tralB. but now the1)f'1'I''rl) of ktiidit.*** during the. illness of my oldest
: New Window Shade *uoh l. the wonderful curative J_ 1'h'rry: O I* Feaster will move sun. labral which: was only about

| Material Ml (>na w( l< uM>u entlrfly. itlffrrfittprtnclplt's I DEMPSEY
filch he ban recently purchttMilllev when the Iord seen boat to take H. J.

itm'ijijfsJ and won't "crack." from IVMT of the ether Thrasher delitere-iI. two ecl him from u'. on the 22nd III..t.. at &. Sid
r.'l1u.dh' that t pv.e: ji lxn itM..1 In I.'nt neriuutis at the baptist church I'o'clock: p, ni. THOMAS J. (IHVKUSlUand. ,.
It is bile and with
supple s .
stomnoh theuhle. T Is takn lx for'
I Sunday Mlcnnopy is certainly for KU. Nov 2la C.I .
natural "body" that prevents uioula, and his n _!>.-1Oo: stniiKthen-: and Sccond-Ha:!
New
wrinkling, and A finish that Uig aC'I"nIlk>U the muscles of thstoiuach .>
t
won't spot nJ fade. I TAwlne Only One"Bromo
tnrreaslnit the flow 01 ..Hc, s- FURNITUREKurniturv

{ We haw Drenbn in a wide the Julco and inaklng,; tht* stomach

il4 rans;. of affr..abl. colorsC
the foot which Is eaten '
.aaa, ecru, etc. "DwpUm.; x .
'.t dark Oft the outskl, light; eatk J. W, McCollum A Co. .r< 110 many TIJaf laLaxative P.l.n1ent'i.'1-
Instd (Ideal for bed rOO l.) ,urea mad by Ml-ona that they ache
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ajssl th* e. /"/./ Opaq.e dark iruaraitte** with every frOnt soot Made to Onler

...... etc.OAINCSVILUE. bat the riuoUy costs nothing unl.... ; Bronco Quinine a Specialty >. i I-

it curesNIe'ly. miteujon.Stye .
FURNITURE tlatilRll lrf! -.uJ: OIi"Dl .TO C.... A OOLO MT oar OAF.Alwtyn in Com;ect
COMPANY. furntsheU room, on block ad Reams

Jolntn.q.UN'. to rwnU Apply in R&DaIUt.-r the full aauw. LouL at Ilra*..'oa> * ,
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front of llapUst church, or at Sun !! '
tI t oaf ce." f e this .tpawn CMI ew7 boa 2c. (!} ".r 1ft w. Main !*t. ..-l.1.'i .-f [ .

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: 2 THE DAILY ..SUN: GAINESV IJLE.. FLORIDA KOVEMHER *7. 11)7!>() 'r

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'c--:: bard on addle with pistol in same. ,

SECOND DAY OF lie a"k..f Pink whoso horse Itva" ,

he sold l it was' Cap: i'hiuney's As (

CASE he npirn.uhc| the store Phlnney was
THE LOWMAN coming nut patting about "lfeet

from ni. n,'ither spoke, and I kept When the i

im .'\.' (ns iiiin. us he had shot mo
Made in delicious Cod Liver I
Progress Our
CJnsiderable In the i h.i..K several months before. .

Taking: of Testimony. preparation without oil. I i Father !1.I11 I preceded me Into the Furnace Fails

---- Better than oldfashionedcod I store I .-.'"\ Phlnney go to his horso

PROBABLY END TODAY liver oil and emulsionsto in a rt..t: and) put his hand on the
WIL.L
C&SE restore health for scabbard! lull\, a* he did so I drew my:

pistol ..iiulvo began firing at each 1
Rested Temporarily Tuesday Afternoon I Old people delicate children
,
.pate I otlur .\-" I tired tl..- hors.o. Jumpedand
When Witnesses for Defense weak run-down persons,and I rail otT When 1 emptied mypistol ,tl, ;tatsO On many a coM\ winter morning you

were Examined-Court Will' after sickness, colds, coughs, I c."t behind collie boxes Phin- will wake to find the tiers "out.:' ti 'hatjarc

; Open at 8 O'Clock This' Morning. I' bronchitis and all throat and h.-y thrum w.nt Into the store pistol you going to do about it-shiver?

of the trial of the troubles. in hard and he and father met and
ne t''otd day lung fired flOW for the emergency with a
for the at .11'11 other Phlnnoj wa In
mans, father and son. Try it our .
t on guarantee.W. the
act shooting father down whenI a
llrder of Dunlap Phlnney at Raleigh.
itij county ou the 8th of June 1907 M. JOHNSON. Druggist rush.M up ;tad hit him In the head PERFECTIONOil
9 with nu i 1'I"tu1. n* I had no cartridgesin
Tuesday at a. m. Gainesville.
man samefter speaking' of bandaging
State Attorney Rivers read the In- ., (
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wound- received by his father IIlltltht"
the fifty or more HeaterEquipped
the Jury.
f
to
Uctment placed under the rule. The Judge finally succeeded however. two urtng homo, In answer tu
rirnesres wire I I In getting her to admit that shevaa (. que-stions: bhis counsel
of the State making: out young: 1.0W'1
talk .
the ( wltla Smokefe Device)
and married but did not live with her t
nnn: doni. cortaln statements idoIn
begun by calling to the m; I
J pa rlWitS stand Laurence Gibson u I husband. No, she had nothing: against l.iwrenii nnd Pink Gibbon, and i and you'll have genial glowing heat-inOanlly! -whcrevrr you I

.Unr!<" George Ix>wman ; why should t he? cited nutiu'i','us throat of Phlnnoto 1 want it-without smoke or amefl,-smokeless deviee .
who conducts an ext -
'r black iicsro, I '
=! at Raleigh and who la I First White Witness. kill him. \\ hid, had been anal to 1 prevents-turn the wick as high or as low at

t#nlte tore and him In p.\ .i-mi by Phlnne. and other ; you like. Easily carried l about Brass (out holds
wood contractor post5lacti Arthur Alford of HalelKh was the
JI:+o a tlironts 'l tilth i had tn "'n mnil b\ 4 quarts ol oil-burns 9 hours. Handsomely (fin
first white plated the standby
rGtb man on Phinney tn i.artlo who hid toinniunl, ishcd: in japan and nickel: Every heater: warranted.:
.}: uglified that on the day of the State. lie had gone to a commissary ,
'ato'tl the uno to him. Ho denied In
ki.lln imnlap Phinney had come with the l.owmans on a certain ...J.... cJw. tit.
the I tutu the tin. its which State wltnoixottostllud The tins
to big: store in forenoon and he appear day and heard the elder man say, j .y..,. Lamp .rraiq. _..rJli.nl.'ud' ,
l !110 'id: undo against' time lifeof
-l w l>** drinking. He had a when asked by Now worn to hate u Lgkl .U. rrxiuig. .r ..w.
Phltim in.. N.J. at. ....... nikrl I ,I..... eel. quipp.J. atilt the .Lc..a. ,
bark In the afternoon of soda, that he 'would rather F
glass
pistol M came I Th. tl.'f.1 t ii ':int was hero turned! \or I 'Mr-wd nnlral Jrah (..."'n. L:.rry Ump w.ir....... t.
,-ot 1 h nail nod asked to have some drink Dunlap Phlimej'M blood than to the Si t I""lit', for ('rol'lInlnatlnll'nntl ; I II tar lUttkr. dann I carry the. Pet Ucbon (XI Ht._ a..J Ra,.. !"
tJE''j'a! .h l *d. He also had a pistol cold Hfxlri watt'r." Ho Muck to his ill Lay, write' sat B..rr.l grncy lor Je.aipti.e! cwtuUt.STANHARU ,
{ "I Ism i'rs begun the HJIIIHHe
th ocfiibion Pink Gibson bid Feet tei5tlmonon crossamlnatIon.. I OIL COMPANY
I k
tin I
Ht'know b"Ited' | that ho had houKht. a l
trot'',.'r wa" standing In the door hold. and sovimd to think like :\la KIt'. that ''Inc.rp.ra'.
: pistol sine' bin former trouble' with f
Ire pt '. W"K horse, and lie heard It was nut his lmsin"%" to answer <|tU' u )
docoisoil :amt: said he carried am.' for
ko ' hoT voice ho recognized tlons propotiiult i b>' attorneys for thf to'
his | roti'i t inn? _
ask I'hk whose horse he was! holding. defense.

and Pink replied. *Cap Phlnney's., Youthful Negro Witness. Other Witnesses.loso .

B 1) i
.&n *iit*>rtd! the store the father step- 1::; years years old was placid tbo
pine Inside the office railing to get a on the stand Ho used to work for mill .1..iei-. ,d.I About the :inl or Hh''uf '

rhwk r.ishrd and nettle' his account. :\ir. Phinney, and one day last winter AIIKU-I"" 1! i'id;. bo said that bo bad not>)trZ.orrwtev1.l:

Hunn"v tnmicdlntely left the store' had rod. the hitter's horse to Raleigh hoard 1'hit.u.y nay that tho next" tlniobo E. E. VOYLE. MGK. s'

_!ben tt 'o I.owman asked Pink what when returning homo he was in..t bvIt. ,I mill i.;. ,..rge.i Lwmm met one or
dld'lieout Aha'r. su uf Till and full nformatlou furnished r*'Kae tti'K !suds 110 thi ;
Pblnno was running!, for, why the other bad to die.
II. Uowmaii who asked him where dourty. Onr manager ha lived In ihln tioutit) thirty pears anti
r lime back a Ad finish! his trading.Pink !, lJunlap Phinney was Wittiest repliedho On ciii- %a nlnatloii Col (.UK. I I..ltl. !. thnrouRhly Aonvonmnt with land titles.

replied "he ain't runnlii." was at home Low"man said tell i I brought out the information that witIIOMH tt,

George. hn addressed' Phinney withan him he had better stay there, that wai 1I..ht'w.. of It II l,
nth and called him a coward. he was going to kill him the next: time I I and. nr-t"" <..'.IIHII, uf Goo, lx wmtiii, -EL E 3. 7"O"3T"31jD3 '

Tk* -hooting then began. George Lown1aD ho saw him. S.\eral port-onti were whereupon ('lit. Ixmg. poll_ In' u peremptory to IltK. "':OIl' :NTo i I'KOI.ARY' AN> INDEMNITY INHC HANCt.. R.prc. '

,veiling; fire. When the firing present at the time. c..il'1' t lonu down." s.ntlnir H namr>rr of t tcrnlnent American and Knelich. eumpanlcs.
cea: 'cd I'hlnmr <.- back Into the IL);AI. rHTATK AND IJITY LOANS! .
Another White Witness. Arnold L 1 ,wnian. another nepbow.
tor .,nd It It Jo\Miian shot him r3 azinoHViJ.1.:: : : 9 e fri.o3rlcl.r4:
and first 4ln of the ioft>iidantH.
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done. J P Krje i of Archer knew dffftidants.

On "re, -examination! Judge Carter Prior to the Killing: of I'hliun-y.. orrnbornti l the testimony of his I I I" '
a aww av a flaw flBW k da kt a
ho went to (:.' i.nng'splace brother \er emphatlcallv. "II) "ue the tr,4
WM: ,j' able to shake Gibson's te&tl one morning o
threats r.- mado on the end fAugiittt
Smto acv material extent. near the depot, at Anhr. to H. IItouu I .
1'nii! ; 'r.1..) l..tng on croinexn .
egg'*. nt'n. l< >luau was therecursing S'If
The Star Witness. Long. and witless heard him I ml nut 1 Ion iiiibl not get the niiin to You Are Insured.I &

that ' 'il ) .
F i I'.Ibson.' the postmaster'a brother r.'lufAul'r an1-tbliig M ( urrt 011
say he> had bought/ a new pistol to
what is termed a "butt-headed Kill Dunlap IMilniHai.d n d:imnednegro. any .th.'r p-u titular day ).
elfgor l.s f forehead protruding like .u a Company that is I Il..pon.mhlr: Have a I'olioi (Jorr.olly
that : Threat by Phinney. Writtenllb l.iLt>falii> uf 1'ultoy' Coiiiruoi anil! the Ooiii|,. II bill> Koat. and the way he Jim Davl,,. a neKro. lived: ut iN-Uti. \V. M I llh'iwai" then celled. and Taja !.,<>..... l'r"lulel v
tt:; ;A 'j ti ., IC
; testimony showed that
knew the defendant, and t"- HH! ,'d l to sworn About three! \viirn ago near sjJVJl.
tl'J Lull.ht>adf.>d." He 4 1 a
was threats mad by Geo I.ownian iiKitiiiHtPnlnne :
< Kal.*iKh I'lilni + bad told him that
to u .. : I at 1'tilnnoj's horse then 'rxntlon ,' ,'fl In You Are Assured
> ( on\ o (Mirr lu and no; It Irfiwmaii. could' =
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too ; 'M;.an 3 drove up with a mule .. :
front of bin lJa\.I.l > gate not live in the .-'uu.. county

. l." .t,! 't...> ,I buggy and asked whottukorw \..... ('. DavlM lived \VIIIUton., was \\'Un..11| had Mpeated thin tbretit to 'That nu serious ii..# can ovrrcutiitt you ."huII'1 bar torn 1reftsits

Wtll holding; he repliedCa at Ralelnh on day Robert Coleituiiircxle Ijowman nointltno lit !fccemherI'UKl. '
; I" ;rn->" s." The I-owmana then ...
that .
Phlnney's horse to plr< '
. : wit montri- prior to the Ullllnx
1:' 4j 1 r team and Into the KFire
came
and corroborated} threats made toy the of Phinney.hardy .
r',; I'hluiicy immediately left elder Ixivtmaii against: Phlnney 1111 that aud iiealtli
Life Accident
*'. l',1 started to mount his llllt )h> < .tat.2 that .state time I..I surance. tfNon.
k( roo day. prior to tbti r.r-l. dlUiciilty" belwee 'II n..o; Ixmnmn asked him
tf . I'hlnney wall running for; Here the State rented- its rinse. ti.; .... Ixiwmati. ,ind l'hhmh.y, tho Utter but Reliable (:.<.. R.p.-s..nt.d,

t. Fait ain't! runnin." Goon Defense Confer had said to him.. one day that h' under. I j... .. ....

., n -aid to Phlnne: "Come When the attorneys for tin prnS.u. .tINtl n.; -1, Li. .c tlIIIII was hark In th.' I__ t :

t' luu.nuIU"-.1! that the State rt..tlt'tl| county and It, n-b-'l to nmke It hisshohsc I : :
'" +!'i| tifulod.; cowardly onI linn j Ar CUSH.lVI..AN" I.' ;.
but the two could. nut live I In
e its counsel 1 for the defendantsasked 1 1I
I lets! have it out Ixmari case 1
I L '" Rhootlng firing five for and were granted |M rinl-- I lee Mitrn" com'"' '. on rrt" .,etandua. information! .h..rrull fur shed OA1NKHVI1.1.K. P'LO141DA1bI'.I C '(:

I I'! the horse' being shot lien to retire to oiiHiiU aniotiK. : themAeltet [ ton the wltn fi.knowledge lint It I y

h .:' Uiig away. Phinney getof "with their client The w..rout .' : war himself whit) mentionedo. |I.ow I "l\/\/\/\/\/\/ I I' A

I t .t scabbard on saddled an hour and five mlnutt and man' return >red Intruded. to make It .. .----

0 T>K When I.owmanA- when they r..turn".1 l to th.' c' )'irt room his. home ..-:

I .' f l came staggering: into the first "witness called for the df..ti."- I Here the I i'r..ierbbal' Hinlth tam II'.

It Ix>wjimn metj him wa.. U. ":. Wllllain ,)WHIlMtoti. ;i MU intr>Hlurl Into (tie 1'1'e In the :

: .'.ney returning the fire aur\eyor He tail drawn a Vagrant l..Ttum of Hat t Hniltb Ita n witness' FaySholesTypewriter

r a."a. .lng down." l.. wman of Iwtwrr-nc fflbi>.n.w tort>. In w huh |U'. ,.aa 'alit, the df 'ndanla' ofi the i ...et

a r he wan down and Uf*o. Dunlap I'hlmie had r..I..1 l the fatal day they. acct into the rofiifiiUnnry

'f t..:' him in the herd, with. I ",wound and the td..tense. lIulludtt..1lIunp for MMla wan.r and: i).nle. .l that till...r I M

,/ In evl
I' mtnatlon by Judge Car. the Jury.hn! several entrances to the g
;. ifi! -nss. Pink muck firmly .tor-. thV object J I..rsster. t .1| therein wnaMitt' th.. l>nt..nn. nil "... "
''y
"U II H" ltI'u: :
'"vtlmony. He had stood describing the irtUt H *. flrw.rlnie time they wr' tro Hialeigh, CHI that'P' 5;

t '!luring: nil thooting.. etc arid wept. hot ,. w"h I hemMti..-.. Tllr. tllnrti :

v .1 that he wan either N\*. II A Mr UK* of Italrlttb testified wan" a cow l "i <>f defeiMai Th .; ...ti .: m, m iiir >AHMET'

to "*.b or had "aand" : that he was atmmx the" first tit r aeh wtne| .a a.l.I l tir.raaa i hi...* re .iark- : 1oW
f more the hnHve He saw. to NWWIMMM '.%.11tI"" rvM iiril*.ary I, "f l u te Tabulator
-' ***. ::either h.- nor his the stems of :: UUVDNL Ml.
I .n.thing against the I.>.w1 pistol InIng bjr l.*lt hn of deadman thAtbb.1! thicker, than water DnfOUD i -' 1LLCllfllt'- .

: 1 1ahl In the presence of I ; weai.nn was' erw'k.d : It was the not .lMt..h- ..">*tM rather drink the Evt'ry n,

-,ir 'y knew! very littleFemale kind of pistol hleh bad tn b.. co."ked bind .r l'hti ,."." than srsia ratertestlfird ', I
1 ..,.. ..f the Httt ., i
to by Alfur-l.
orrt'n to hoof Lightest ish." i / ."hl.( at (Uunnln, l TtkChampion
M.....>. "'.-..... ran a I.... t'' r''
CUrta. Defendant Take. the" Stand. l "'ii-" -1.\ r '.n, 'Jt th. WorM. .
f nmsln QI! twrase.. i
:.', a rather rr"'JOtllM" I r.-o. 1.-.man, the yrsmnser deteodant. W |, lolV w, the. neat .. Ht*...... sal'..1. u.. tea Kay .l .. \oo,*> Asy..libol. t la

..r.an .who wag arrayed ,.,a. flared. on the Uuut la tela h*. .<... .r**> fl' m tb.* ly ofany the 'see Jo '......, '!le t> an any ;,then faarKti. I

!-*- and some One Jewrn own behalf OM evenltt of ta> o* .t.-s U.,... t.i. (loin. 1Arweaaa tl'l,

i Hhe clerked for tragedy b" and M. fatter and an olddarker Ge.s f.ewmsc. ar" 'b4C he IUf taut !war 1' I hor :Saf,*. bx. . . t. .
.ha j, and w. present went to Hal-Ie', fly> r-.* b- tbr_'". t>'. m.. wad fasmi weer
.1.i .., afTalr. b toss Olb<<>n. tr.. br .A a lnk: <;.lr.. -

.' svcrytl.l.ig ing and inapo.eeryerxmtwir.rd eon holding a horse whtrh r..'rj a _.to fCOlMtUtuN'1! ".. ....." Three 1 1I R. C. DAVIS & CO. Jacksonville: Fla. i


(hr. testa'lie. . ....r..A..l..srarer{ ...tr.+. _.. .w w ,dr ......--I....' w.t a
: acd hfnj la every ail?' . .c c ..... , : - --l'
'Iiver I _

t Carter took her la hand Pils"i.: ; '

,uoa for the defer' : t

; nrTM, and adAwt a..r ] 'I TflEDMLYSM.lOealM a g
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c fereti!' her bswr s 6,Kbl .
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FLORIDA NOVEMBER 27 ISM)7) -
p'ylr yr THE DAILY SUN: (GAINESVILLE, ,

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;FFAIRS. AT THE THE mm[ mi Leading BRYAN Democrats NOT of WANTCO.Birmingham: Oppose ! LYDIAE.PINKHAM'SVEGETABLE 'J Q


the Ne"raskan.:

NATION'S CAPITAL UlrmlnK.la-i: Alt :Nov.C-Titee

li und rid of tie l 1.-dl..:; democrats cf .

,::1' Scores of Florida Citizsns: Have the Altbanra mini :'.il 1 tiHtrlcr.I ui !a In COMPOUND

;Approaching: Session of Congress Learned It. teroated .ta In-Siij. rtl l levelopment.

nave Julti(-d in at ac,', c oicot to de f"'a l Is acknowledged to be the most successful
: Excites Interest. If you suffer from backache there Is the lndorwpront o! \\'. .1. Urjan by remedy in the country for

:"f1 only one way to cur It. the sta:& deri..-ra I" f'n\.rt1tlon.:: i'hcy those painful ailments peculiar towomen.
The perfect way is to cure the kidtreys. -
'''iTHE PRESIDENT'S BOND ISSUE save elznt; d HII 2-If'ri! .!s, to the demo .
For more than SO years It has '!IykiNt.!':: t f
sick kidneys. rats of Alabama In which they dwell Ii
114 A bad tack means been curing Female Complaints s,:: ,
'Islas Created Suppressed Excitement Neglect It. urinary troubles follow on present cnn..l.i'ns. f of the country such as Inflammation and Ulcera- V
f' Doan't Kidney Pills aru made for and declary that! the n*.;t nominee at tion. Falling and Displacements

Among Democrats-President's Message kidneys only. the ilomot 'a'!Ic tj.irtand the next and consequent Spinal Weakness, '
Which Is Voluminous Is Almost 8. .B* Lemons, cigar maker living Backache and is peculiarly adapted a
..J. Tampa. Fla., rt'ld'"t of > hd I tilled States should : d
at 1511: Ashlet street of Life.
' the Change '
r Com'leted-New.! Notes. says. : "I used Doun's Kidney Pills be a man of rt t .cnl/ed; "' biieluesa ability to Records khow that It baa cured LYDIA E. PJNKHAM

und they cured me of backache and and en1 If:.r dative III at."man ahl p. of Female Ills than
Washington D. C., Nov. 2 ;.-The disorder of the kidney Two or three The rddro r'ontlnnc3. more cases any other one remedy known
of the pain In Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound dissolve .
account
times on my and ,
?
democratic voters
ItMMe-t Tho iin'ern! !. uei of
Tumors at an early stage development.
bark 1 wa unable to work for several Dragging i !
has created no little suppreKK.'d<< cns.touseinsleg
, of JeTere Ala 'nnta, urge headache relieved
days. The secretions of the kidneyswere :t ecu:1(3. patawetghtand are and permanently cured bv t
.excitement uu
among the Democrat** in that the deir. crat'c! mlnntlon: shall
Iti a very bad condition dark ) It corrects Irregularities or Painful Functions, We&knr of the
r,;Washlagton who are now quietly hut Iti color and if allowed to stand not VO bj ierauit! to WIlHarn Jennings Stomach. Indigestion Bloating Nervous Prostration TTeaua. I ti ?.

;,.amifeusly, expecting a forceful utaU- would become of the consistency of nr\'an. Wl..1't'! xve udmlre Mr. Rrvan'"*. rat Debility: also Dizziness Faintness Extreme Lassitude, I), n are

sdrtropt Mr. Bryan showing that the J.'lly. I tried various remedies taking uratoilcul l p/\\er and laity of cUaarter. andwnnttobeleftalone" feeling. Irritability Nervousness'slyer
what seemed like gallons; of medicine Flatulency. Melancholia or the "Bines." These are sure indn-a '
Ibllcant in their endeavor to ex .' insoun-1 >>
on
we re.sarl :n UH
. arid I also put on planters, but nothing female weakness or some organic derangement
i f the present financial situation, helped me at all until I got Deans the vital tconoinlf nii{> e
uotlnK his arguments of IS!)*'.. Kidney Pills upon the advlre of a day stud ve hf.II.f')! tha: his ncimlnn Compound is a most excellent remedy.

aver may bt said of Mr.I llryan friend of mlno. and using them according linn would' le rei-tnled. aM a nienarb : -

W> silver rt-rn..dy. the explanation to directions they cured me >' the bu!" lnoss in''cesls' of the country Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation Nome
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short tI :.
in a very : ,
..,offered by the ItepubllcaiiH all KO For Bale by all dealers. Price 50 : great andn'a'l.!' : : that any prospect Women suffering from any form of female weakness;:' are :n'" i

prove the ciJrroctiieHH of this liimlnis I rents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo . 1 I'

'genius. Recent events. have d<'mfpnstrated. :New: York, sole agents for the United the present illsirnyf and proIoiiK: anti who has been advising sick women free of charge for more then .
States. accentuate 110: present financial die. years and before that she assisted her mother-m-law Lydia 1I'I
Indubitably that there Is I I Remember t'.e uameDoan'sa.ndtake tress." in adrisinc. Thus she is well qualified to guide sick women to, '
''trot euoiiKh money In the (.ounl'ry and no other. _ __ health. liar advice la free and always helpful

4hat tho New Yurk hanks and hater I LINGERING COLD 'j

2telers have been ablo to secure -ontrul I
that it has been practically In full _.
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lot most' of the clrculatinK medium 'control of both IIOUWH of Congress Withstood Other Treatment But

}The very arguments/ for elasticity of most of that time. And It 1 Is even Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's DRINK HALF OF ANY OF OUR WINES OR LIQUORS AND SCNj rHE

>currency which the Republican rldl will be Cough Remedy.
doubtful If the Republicans
REST BACK IF THEY ARE NOT AS REPRESENTED
-culed with such "'f'ht'mt'n.wllt'n pre- able to got together on a working bash! "Last winter I caught a very severe

"laented by Mr. Bryan) In '9d! will bo during the tuning KOHKOII| and enact cold which lingered for weeks" Bays

presented for the coiiHlderatlon of thoComing efficient legislation that will successfully J. Urqubart of Zephyr Ontario. "My

{. Congress by President, ROOBOt cope with the situation. President cough wan very dry and harsh. The

elt. It Is tho strong, / belief uinonglitlclans RooHevelt says he ban assurances local dealer recommended Chamber-

WMHbbiKton, that whetb- that Congress will adopt, measures for aln's Cough Remedy and guaranteed Chas. Burnette & Co

r nominated or nut .:Mr Mrjun la a the relief of the country, and Speaker It. KO I gave It a trial. One small

fimndldate of whom the party may well Cannon declares that he has been advised bottle of it cured me. I believe Cham-

proud and that be ban lout none of of no such contemplated enactment erialn'B Cough Remedy to be the bestI

If* 'Charm denpltn the fact that bo and known nothing (it all about have ever used." 'Thls remedy is .-- -

ea been twice defeated for tho I'rosl- the Hiibject of financial legislation. for sale by all druggists.

ncy; Home Kolng M> far In their enfttualasm -
In tho meantime, the country at largo

even an to pi "diet that be ran only wait. In Murrf'rlnK I>IIt'uep.tn- 'I Rumors Are Denied. 635 637 639 West St.
>ids the Democratic party in the hoi- Bay
tWO Just what will happen I'! Ixmdon, nv. 2t .-The Daily Mail ,
10w of his hand and will keep It there11at11 -- 'prints a telegram from Premier Fran-

after the con\entlon meetH. The greater part of the 1'resldont'n. ('0, of Portypal. denying absolutelythe

..:;.00'r. -_ amlulIl'ult'H..IiJ'e completed. beforehe rumors of the banishment of tbe JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAWHISKIES

The Republican view the tomlngtaaion returned Washington from Oyster crown prince Louis, and disaffection ,

of Congress with great coni Ma>. tint uf course there were nome la tbo navy.

n and their Hltiiatlon IH really 11 things/ that had to bo left until a

delicate ono. When It IH recalled that later date\ It cannot be learned if I TO CURE ANY DISEASE.The IN BULK. I WHISKIES IN BOTTLES

,the most bitter Invective and doijun- he hUM modified hli, recoinmenil.itlonH Per Gal. 1 nt

elation over delivered HKulnnt' Grover UH originally drafted In the message Florida Special Rye . . . . . .! $1.50 Monogram rye . . . . $ . f

C.'j.e Must be Ilmovrd, Sam : . . . . . . . The ...
':Cleveland by ntatOHinen prominent In In regard to tho regulation of corporatloiiH. Congress Rye . 2.00 Leader Puro It)

>':that party were employed In the <'UMtI.'ptlon but It In certain that be favor I WnjrHt. Uaadrnff. I Irookdale R>"e . . . . . . . . 250 Old Crow R>'e . . .

[' given him for IMHUIIIR bonds 1ntbae either the repeal or radical amendment falllnx Kill tho hair germ and baldness that causes you will dandruff have I I Paul Jones Itye . . . . . . . 3.00 Monogram R>.e . . . .
of pence the eniltnrriitKinuiit of of the Sherman antitrust law. '
no more dandruff and your hair must Jelle of Maryland Rye. . . . . 3.50 Private Stock Hy... . . I
e';, RepiibllcmiM in their Ilr"4f'ut flrt"cain'nt That ho de. .dron this change not h.'- grow luxuriantly. Newbr ', Herplcldenot
IH. easily appreciated. Unibtedly !aul Jones "Old Haker". . r. . ::. Ol.h'lngston Wilson Whiskey . . . : i .
(aiiMO It It* geoeruully taradleal, but only contains the dandruff'Cf'rm

on the floor of Amurens atrove because It does not .permit re.moiiable) .ie itro>' -r. but It 1% also a TTlf,st dellKht- Ryo . . . . . . . "..00Old Hello Maryland . . . . "

"bluff' will bo )put up. after t radio urrmiKf nifiitM among lallroadn, i I ful hair dressing for regular toilet ue.i .. Cilbaou Rye . . . . . . . 5.00 Paul .Tont' Four Star . .

etr usual Krandllnquent KtyI.'t l but. I I I..* well imdcrMnndlint . i i' clrntlflo No other Insist hair of preparation ileatoylng the Is dandruff on this 1lnll'hl&kf'Y . . . . . . . . 3.00 Livingston Hje . . . :
e7 aro telllnx each other contlden.Illy of course that chapter that will
germ It atop till Irritation. keeps thj --- '
Old Oscar "('J'Jlt'r I llourbon'I
that they will have to underKotnortifyliiK | bo ttwaltcl with the greatest Interest scalp sweet pure and wholrom Remember -
Corn Whiskey.Old Jas. 1-:. nou rllun. .
p experience of t-atlni relates to tho neorMnltv of new currency that something cJlm.to t>n'Jiixt Pepper

heir own wordtt. l'Kllatlon: and It IM known ns K""d l." will not do the work of I Ceorgla Corn . . . . . . fl 5O Canadian Club . . . 'sML
I
-- '- I ,, tenulno tlrrplcide. Bold by leading Marion County N. C. Corn. . :2.00
'
that while the President will dl ( usI Vernon R>'o.Dcwar's . . .
i IruKKlfti. end tOe. In stamp for sam-
'f Although the nocoHxIt ty or llnanrhilislatlon I the present Htuntlnn In mi entertain pie to The Ili>rplcl la Co.. Detroit MlcluI ; Special N. C. Yellow Corn . . 2.50: Special Scotch i i II

bun been IOIIK r 'nil zed. and lug manner ho will altxolvo the admlnlxtratlon Old I'lloloulltnln: Corn. . .'. 2.50: .
I 1 Two slses-to cants and $1.00. I KI:1'UJlnm9 Scot( hDuffy's
.
e need of'lruvltl"lt.J'MtI.. currency of roHponalMllty for Cold Hand 100 per (ant Corn
| Jv( H lUMltfurd tt Co. Special Ageuta .
a b*.eu reci Knlzed nit Iniper.itlvojlnco It. This, m...KHK: .'. Ilk. all Its prodo. Duublo Stamped . . ... . . 3 OO Malt.Vhiskey
j Malt .
)lr. Hrjan'H ttpeechoM of is'x, : (" ''''MurK. will l.n .U 11 It."h.Il \UllllUhlUUM.I Canada
It oth's Tom Gin . .
fact ever Klite! the repeal of the Gin.
'
:,1J
,ft uJ
Gordon's tJln
man Silver Art hero ban nover I Whatever I\I"KI"K\ un the tariff J ,;t.: f 'I II' ) 1f'I Iif\l' IVmsestle\ Holland . . . . . . 2."01U Gt'neHolland English(Gin Dry ;

enough of courage and harmony and th. currency mil)' exist: In the Ro- .\\1"1111\31.. '1 1J.onl( :.... .. tJtVI 1 llo, llrand (!ln . . . . . . 3.60Kproa -
I ( Gin . . .
,r\!' .. Pbmoutb
: the Republlcjin part)" In t'lII\'t the publican .partyol< 'd b> Its promtment // .. A I .
Prepaid. .
Per fJ.il '
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/ 'UIUO.\ 1If.11IlesetJ CO lIa'SUI'rlor
led Iegtulalluu! In of the fartset repros.ntdives lit this city\ thoeaco I r' Ca\l"tl1111f !'
nplte I : Keystone Club . . . . . . . J2.oO BlackberryOld .
unft rt'IIC' of the ('. "tral111' Office in Galncwvllle National Bank
; e Old Kentucky Ityc . . . . . 3.00 Apple. Ilrandy. .
'rlc'all I mites at least Itt |>riM etuliiiKnu I Building.
Old Monogram Rye . . . . 350 Old Peach Ilrandy .
..t harinonlauMly titld then IH every
i Indication! that an arulr.iblo under. WE HAVE FOR SALE: 4 qts. 12qts: Old St. Croix Rum i

( Keystone Club -$3.0(1 $ S.75: London Dock imalca: Rum ;
Bad '.t.indliii: will IM renchud.. The can [ Three mile from Gainesville I a
\\'nty.urr. farm. Five-room house Old Ilalley . . . . . . . s.: :-, 9.00 Gin Phosphate .
.,
; furies 11 rn working on projei tier (
with bitbrtK: and: .sturerstu bunts Cavalier . . . . . . . 4 OO 10.00 I Mock and R>'o . , .
TIM the hl1a of u ,permiinent pencetr'ilty and Mli'bit'... Right hen houses' with T.olden WtildlnK . .. . ..*:5 11.00 heft Banana-Brancl)'. .
I Caat ttilnkT Got between tho flue nations rvp: >ar.H: attached, ..a<'ht\\'t'nty by one .
-K back aeh.r ImndroU feet fenced with wire
netting
nntet. noel the rdiiitiilttet'n exiit
'trailer lu>Ui-o' for twelve brooder If you desire to prepay the Express charge on any of our bOO
I. (br rt'nlb' to re|*>rt tlio. latter i>art I following amount
"with )curd iittarhed. Incubator and
';11ICK8'Oc' O Bottle ?.I i tin- weak on tho work acciunplUhetl I 'tool hoiii*. litKnl supply of water. A t .gallon Jug . . . . . . . . $0.60. 4 quarts I

10 Cts \ bargain. gallon Jug . . . . . . . . O.75.:>> 12 quarts .
: LIQUID . : I 1 gallon! jug . . . . . . . .
\. i>tdiitK Iii i>tllclaU ,t nit Trea..uryis On. .,,\cnroom house 'with half- .. 0.9' .
I ( < .
rmcrsU.MOV IMMrDTATFLY 1 'ixrtiiient It In uulikelyntterall that aero lot In Hi!1' Gifnenvllle.; rents for 1.0'
_- |> TIIK AUSit; !icallon jag . . .
1.00.
":: ;5O month. Price U 1\(10 10 "
ffZr R.twa. le'ire U..ft. !'>!.. .!rn, the IJLI."I..n at JaDiontown will rt'-I, per ; percent
r.a.LaiMkd tdri.dd..u. ( down and $20 per month.
J ni."\lii H''''I' utter N,,\ "Iul"'f 3i>th and i '
I 1\(> mlle-i from Gainesville, on
until ...> tl..t tU for the l-acinc.
H4
I New nan's l.1k.10 acres all under Chas. Burnette & Co.
n* was .tKfitta t.\' 'President Tucker. I' fence. I2i: acre under cultivation

:I iJurlnn a r".llt> dull XVaahlucttMi. live nuts s* fencing good hammock:

T. F. T040MrS1JNOERTKING It I la at"h.1 taunt the : kind; Irrlication plant ou this proper 635 F: ;.1
\'. |>'lropra..IUUI0\ !v.Three. I-,, O37, 639 West Bay Street JacKsogvMe.\ ;
"llnlC Citnernmeut vxltlbtt* Are mile from Gainesville, 330-: I ""
CO.(
i available tu Ntfvv..oher SO. tiltS that Its acre. f.irn : 6O :tt'N'un.t.! r ff'n.- ',I p

.......:-- I |Kirt in the show" will IMF 11 ....rn,. ; Large. welling, barns, bay bouses.etc. .

yfc I cli'.evl l at th.t timeAlwy llff OAK. prURT3 QUlnAllROAD[ ) co.
FULL. UINItl" I i Ono reran erora. four and .a. halttulle's
I from (Jalnesvlll Grove NE\\ (1O(11)'.... Was 8lfk. | tita 3 Q serer, 11 acres bearing A ,
t Loft ur.hi -el'edue: f: :, '.1. ... Slr. ;,'t'' 1Pt. c!.
When" n 111011.41". ho netays was. -
.t.I' One lritom house. In North' Ratnt.- ; : - '- -- '-- -- -= -- .
- 81 l stile, Jut on* block frmn O G. railtrt I Not ft ..... I Ya f No . Ntfejlv ,
.ItST" n.t( ...1 all winter what would you think ,l. on OroTe street. : lot *. aM1 fe't. '1l'r1cf' t>.Uv *-..* t "ty t1Lr| ea I I"A rlOs" [ r>>4.9! OIL.' ,* .:' -

.. If he should say ho' never ".. slrk': fii oo 10 per cent down and ; :--_ I . ._ _
It1caiE% ra. "tn'tll 'un.oo. 1xl sine.. uslnZ 11.\lbr\l'" lloreb.wndS U!. per month I --.o---r----: -- - --;;; M f .

and IKU &' :\ :.. I TwetifrflTw r...ldrnce laltn city.'I'r f.av.. t.l"i.; .;. Arr1.. I terse AU- "
existsttr. J C *
such a nwvn .. .
>rut;( the <,. >a f e. e'
..*. all blab l CO''S . ( ... .
an drr ireratkwt. 'r.IN: .Arfi "rj t.
Les"
IatlYf amt' .e i* rvufcr.. '4)10>",.10). *.rlttTor '. ., r'.w. tat t r. .p ,.
ClArk. t '"ontlac m nk-e street: electric lIlItbts ; I. *" t. 1 U r u a utr 'Ar.J: t lor' 15 .tr' ''
__.__i- --- troubled" with 5l7 CIF arias W. "J._,.._ .43 L.Ar1h .
years I was a se < it water and all th* adyaDt.lc" I Jr !! tan7.
"1 urrsussl u.su' fu au t, ten couth that would Lat all wlut,'r : to b* had In the. city Pr-*** ran<
flee. Msti sat a lvledrarb (xte i'hts 1 r'ua-b: left mo In a miserable cut :r.. .-u lgaq to $::*.N'; 19 per rent -.c..;.....-...e ....;u;; I._ & ; ...r.f.M.. ; r yr IIs.e
,.eatpUt sras.l.I illtlon i t. led lUlUrd'n! llorvhound: t, .wn. $*0 nr meatS as.. ,..s ., JUn.. f_ ,..et,.tars Ante" eta aC -I . . roa. 0.-
.1
sent i.eevt.altat. rfsa
Svrui> and hT not had a sick day If 7I'U are Interested h. "U' af th. .'ar I. ..._.1 ... .a t. ...teeth,_ at_.'"s aa.w rt _C.. o.-I'''
k"" OaIn.Vllle. Florida. since That what It did for met J above, w* wUl be glad tn take yea A1.si: .:A-e 1 La"a tl..atlat t..O. A
-JM HAS .K'wtlat; Ew4
U. P. POV 1Nd..eta'rianLvs
: 4 bjr W M JuhnU\D. out and how vou o.er.m... o..a. ?weaaa.



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_ Lrtl" PRESIDENTIAL POPULARITY.Just for the panic, as would now seem to

be probable Perhaps the countrma>'
:itlweoad .
; @ as a bond declines, tn value sIt hold high finance responsible when i it .

approaches" the time of its maturity conies to considering" the matter more WOMEN
WHO
----- ... GalDTWe.na.. says The Wall Street" Journal, so the soberlv :Moieover If the admlnistra SUFFER
omee
.,,tal' Poll' declines tlon is successful In FROM
O -olwmalln.ter. power" of a President usually checking the panic '
...
day bv day as the termination of his and In storing a reasonable degree ,

.-. .'*/ .RfcARY" .Editor and PubUnb: official life draw mar of business activity., perhaps i i Sich HeadacheSHOULD

.......,.......City Editor. Every day that brings President there miv be another turn In the tide-
J J:E. BCRTZ L. Roosevelt nearer to the 4th of March of public opinion that will give the

;;;TilFWITTSupCompoatoRooms.. 1909, when his term of office expires" President again something of thatPopularity USE

should according to this rule, witnessa hlch seemed" a short tune

-- OFFICE: rURTER BI.OCK. decline in his influence over National ago to render him largely. independent:

......)laill Sacco. So T&L&PHOX.4J4IY affairs. Congress has immense respect of the rule that a President with a

mss I tit'C. published entry morning exMrrredb for a President whose term- of h'rmh )ut to expire loses his hold
.,. carrier Intoeliy.' .or
O1 olal : office Is beginning" who has Just received upon the country.
.; of the Carted Rates"tase
..u to any part ..A: months: "l.:a3 three from the people a positive' proof ----. ---- -
li 3o --- --- --
Icforl:;a )ear oats: f:. five wctktrlctly inf of their confidence and who has before : n cii B i
,
pit.:: "Uno.\,'It as King" is the startling::
him four of and
..s..T' years power patronage headline In the papers a few days ago.
-- Hut It does not the same
pay
.K**to local column I0 crnU line due to the Professor of lw at the

jd'lIDf In., Itkg Is about to expire and who In aboutto
his class of law students that the
adrerliatngmade known on people For Permanent Relief "g,
auf'orsh pl should! elect Roosevelt king. "Iaectlon .:

iN aaiwn. There has bt>(Inhibitions, however to the Presidency" ," sold the professor HERBimt acts directly on the Unr. It will cure CONSTIPA

-'I.; : ; ....luck Sun I.an eight-page, fortyr that President- Roosevelt might "and the maintenance of the TION. DYSPEPSIA. MALARIA AND CHILLS. U entirely fre. ;
Monday and I from all poi I onoua mineral substances. and i I. composed solely of
palr-, ,tmhli..hcd,clams an every the news ** theek. possibly| escape' : this fate of Presidents otflcllls under the present system I Is LIFE-GIVING HERBS. Especially adapted for weak and weary

.tetar' and and general and wilt be although: ht>. himself as a closestudent attended bv too many political coin constitutions: strengthens the weakened glands and organs; check.. fall
hunt[ state of the United : of history, has anticipated that derangements of the human body.
.ik-l, 1",1"?, ttrr. to any r.rt plUatlons ninth evils and for that reason '
.
lIaIelQr l'aurda; for jl.oo a year-in advance. I i fate. Ills amazing lollulxrity| had he fivored; burning all the CURED HER SICK HEADACHEMrs. i

-bill become due after first ( seemed to grow\ steadily through six: bridges and giving a free hand tn Juste I Cameron! Centralbi 'ft1U1e. Temple,

A:1 adtertitnlt.t a,erti* nient. unless otherwise ;, years of his administration and never Theodore I I" To the credit of the Texas writes: "I find UBRBINKei meqaick

bpsitttd psrtst m ( )nUIt. Parties not known to U.O did JrtC appear so! strong ashen he students tlw-) did not. It Is .said ip- relief and take pleasure In recommending" it to all b
women who suffer from sick headache.
be rrqllir.d, to pay for advertising in ad. waR about to enter upon the last full plaud tho Ilrttr..s or. This kind of \; lk
.lrc... THK UA1I.Y RUN.G WITHIN TUX RJCACH OF ALL
d I of his official life. lie had
atat. a
ir' ;aviu a. 1'.... year I shows where Republican ptnllcles| If il
power greater than that of hU of11t"t"'and \ lowed to continue:, might lend us FUly Cents A Bottle Avoid All Substitute

The third Pounia seems to be tame I i' patronage, a pov\r which came ------ Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
from his strength with the 1 people. A
| though 'or tilt Czar to pat ou the On July' ::11 i the Republic" 11(KteCommitttt
few weeks ago It looked ns If the op
I tack t .,1 i Ohio met and endois St. Louis U. S. A.
1'00dtlolto Roosevelt" had broken .
----
-- Secrttarv lift for the Presidency
down. Imr.ortlIt'ul1 Strett Interests
Uuatl) whit is "good enough to be.I Roosevelt had previously endorsed

I wu Tt'Mul IH good enough to have which have been eager to defeat and Taft, lint on the Gth of :November': BOLD AND MKCOM [ D BYKSTIIKR .
humiliate his administration threw up

[ ,our attention -___ I their hands in despair mid declared tho \'uh'rl4 .oi Ohio practically repu, -rv\T_ : L[ tTOHNSON T
------ dl.ittd the. ndoisements. l'ornker's
that It would bo linposslblo! to preventHooseveltlrm .
'
If :3u ht here his secretary Tom i friends ,'.inl..d Columbus; JohnsonDemocrit . -

| John-oil vwnildnt give n thrtt..centto from projecting itselfover wn.r elected In Cleveland : 8. JORDAN W. \V. 1IAM1TON.
four years more of American pull-!|
to b*\ I'r*'sldentExtensive and \\hltlock mocrat.. In Tob.do.
.- --- .- tics either b>" the election of Roosevelt -
- --- -- still. The ciltlce-
Rut rleddv H luippy
advertising requires BOru himself to a third term or b>' the JORDAN & COMPANYINSURANCE
holders! : appoiuteil by him In Oklamoms
-h confidence in the advertiser that election of some one chosen b> him say ih'>' will make him Prcxldent .

rrai'h.'a, out and gets hold of the to succeed hinihtlf
It < a third t"'rni.
reader Hut events mute" rapid I In the Unl

--.----.-- ted States Sudden: changes take" placeIn :}

Mr. Tart Maid to the Filipinos: polities and In business and four PORTER Bt OCK C1AINKSVILI.U. FLORIDA

*U>arn to be a Rood loser." An intimation weeks of panic have seemed to change DYSPEPSIA"na

of whit the future holds for the political outlook In considerable

them .r1l\1', '' degree, :Now' it Is said that Roosevelt! I Fire Life and Accident !sIi: I:li"tM'II, td ,/met: : ''ti
rln. tkm ...." l 'Paa.ar.s.>*
for
--- must hear the blnino of the financial rnnr wnn '
,hr.- i.......n,. and ontlrolr rnrv.1..' .(..n..rhlarrli
S4> r't..r\' Cortelyou \Is trying to Imprv disturbance and that the closing offactories thus M"1'.af.! au4 .1; -,.:f.Ir.S;..'.. ../ :"n..r': .surd.. -of..pn.INM.has. prl.* U.

UJ with the fact that stockings the discharge of workmen .'tabb.n n turnn* ,Ih.r .. :eall I : ,s.dl.a .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
ink ullli..u, at>i' aaJ I Un.l thai < ...: :roll**.
.
.ere matte, to be worn and not to and the decline In trade will all he attrlbuted nu'rnn wogbln. .day.r'. than all i1. others I ..... ,..... E:

board t::JIIP'. inAUIinii to him. His 'neiul >s are booming J....... :1tUun.al IIIe )/.ra.r. St..J.a..y Cllr. N.J.Oest E 2 ESTABLISHED 1869 tt

--._--- "I'he de .lire
-- -- more aggressive > < for E:

; his now' gone dry. The that his star Is descending. that his The Dow.lsta
E:
Bouh:'rn colonel is making his last: day is passing :Never': before in all

hard .T; Kentucky: ". but he will soon be his political career haM Roosevelt been !
H. F. BUTTON.A CO.
I th::;::a,.of the past subjected to the same! degree; of tie. ,.Dr C.iTKaNTtC E

------- --..---- minciatlon as he Is at lie! prem lit

Th* great majority of American time. Even: .In AxorLite Justice of

fit; (ml' know that there are new the Supreme Court of the 1'nlUd DUALIIW3 IN

I i' in circulation because him with "play
they
States publicly charges Pleasant.Patalsht.I P'.nt Ta.i.A.wrd hnflewrN.t.rCieheu /

ra, a 1:1 ftbd\ (I.al't'r ng hide and seek with the American .,..'.1 iU .. halt.. 'N 1 .r.s.. r :r'irel. fahl.i., lisp.Sian isrll4.h.t./pad U U U.
who Is runt .....>...._.. a auf, .r J' lOr wuu.r b.-.
-- ---- eople' 'Jhe l I' Sterling KemcJy Co., ChUaco: or .Y. J.s
). '"I n' Uizeu the importance monly esteemed as the bent constltulonal Island Cotton
.ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES ISoa
tlftt f H who does not realize lawyer In the crlnntryl, prartUnl. I

# d importance of reading I ly acUUhim of vlolitlng or twisting. I

cb- 1 rri: j!--. the constitution Countless businessmen I

'nients.-- -_ are charging! him with having : h I REVIVO f| GA1NKSVILIJC: 1 I F I.A.

.' ith a lively, convincing. destroyed confidence and .producingrade RESTORES vimm"Maift

LC\\! .'\ ,Mining campaign will Ir"'loIlon.| Neiisirtpera: | teem J.II UU iil liieUeUUe JUiUiUiUiUlUlUeUiiUiU iUeieiiUUeUeiiiSEABOARD

11a: i rid! to be nn aggressive with criticism and a .(.using ('111'100"14. .. a . -- - .

If" . I l\ btore. jftt and ono persistent editorial meal' .
Well Man
------ goes so far as to sp.| .nk of the llliiHrl

bunlneMa '('ondltlunI.
'.. lp to make them *<>. I *.nn Imperl( 1 dead)-beat." The coll!. cr'CIJA-T: : C, __

l: tN>d. whether anyone umns of AinerUnn Jouru ll..m during ILlJ'GTrVO::: xWMmx: :>7G
.. .. In prints.i-.-. Hitrvitlf* lit :lU >l.f.. It pail'wrwrrfultlar
arched
it or not the past century mar J he n "'ry' I ,'r. Wisest' 'h.rtfa, r.
the equal of thl rte.Knuflngepithet \ \'aolWftn..n... I'.Ir: I..% m.nlM....l .....
vain for .
.11 men roar t.. r 't-tU': l lul rlr" >r lui >'.
r*'. "\\hat U whiskey"' hurled at a 1'r'sisl<.itt of tlie .,lri(( II.\I\C). I 10' k r and 'iul.ilr r*
II .. Vn t'' Air Line Railway
Nrrvu.n I "% j i4es4aw.akn..a.
"ands again, It I Is to beI ('n It...I State! i.5' s ., ..to.. I l' ..... ''''''lIn... Mess'ft
4 I I. will find out before tutu for (1'a.tlty. u._._. I .1-l. ..r .' \if..lx. .a r
looks .
Now this rtalnly ..X .*.. and In'tM- e. ar5 h \f.rt. ntM f"
prohibition Rile le vest; but It would be well|| not tnt ..' .'y. toaln l .'s.oe I r .n..e It r"% "t>''' Curt. .
.
'
irtlttf t ilia' w tail all a. Jtirrvo
.e true hasty In forming, t"unf"lu l haft f t..!>!'. ....! l.lixxf ,....I..r. brlnr n. SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, OAMOEN: SOUTHEHN .
the President . it ih. plnU it'. f 1'a1..Ifr.M.aad r
summon In fivw . k<* time tllf'rf' can I" .
w
a r nr !>.. tar. u/ J lllll. It .r.'a ash T e T) PINKS UALEIOH HICHMOND
of Governors when hei such a change as tints In Mr. Roo'.'' ..b. ..lo.tc1I.-. 1 nha.latIII/a.. ,

k ''I i tn Gov Hoke Smith veils |x>!'ltlon. what may not tak' 51 :',11<..tera I at.lo Ivoal per p .' r|'..: .S.vest' Mi-:'.k:: Vb ltHOTA4. : WASHINGTON I 13AL.TIMOKB. PHILADKLPHIA I -

a .. ,, .... .
... I 'd "WIW.
about. everything. place In another five we..k..* And It a 'f.b! tree.n.r.a'trlr......... .. a fr... Ad.tf.a : NEW YORK.

---- nhould !... r..nl..ml..r..1 that the Pr..i MtOlCINC f). W.riA. VI4. C..l....**. I"

t- .'U Street! Unable to dent has at least! flan nrorithn In wbl" '. For Sale i" O,,ln IIU. rtorida by ,
: r In stocks
t botch to regains any |pul.irlty or |M>lttleeiidencr <'rti
t CMMMiutii. a wicked I Ie. : : which h..- Ml.'y lute I..t .V. Vt John**)**, I>ruCKI.toJ" Two Elegant Trains! iMily( :

:'sea to let It trust !In
: Tiler.
by reason of the ftrtanckil panic &
EXPRESS
SEABOARD
Is dangr of Jumping at .'rron.>.,u. "*>. l/lf" AND WURiE/
; R
----- rluilotin It stay t>.,. that the nmtitry .. e .t .u. ",\,2 . II II U.I.....0'j ... ...
:a New York nunufac- ,$ .'i.-:..:: > : SEABOARD MAIL.
t will not hold the Pre | .Iiit rpoIII..I1.I. : :. ...:. \j . ', .. .
tV .. change the name of T _41;' ;:_. :--=. .w. .. e.:.. .:...: .hr
mu t be accepted a. ..ltLvt.-'.". ..... .
How's This raw/it. .... ...
.c.
oL..7
&
.t .anhJC'JI".larlty, s-ti J ; .. .
. We offer One Jfun it or not ... ..b- -., i. . .. ... .
for any ease "f Catmrrh that f v.i' > ..J .. ., - .. -

b cured by Hall t Catarrh Cur
t a pro pucl conferenceUl i' not "
P. J. CIIKNKV & CO Toledo O, .t
give| the fellowsr !
We the uadersrn.ed. hays kiin.nI' !!T. "1iI'!", ...---
: (Mate a chance U, << .. .. ... -"it; The Jamestown Exposition Line
Iud ,
bet li warn
J. Cbvuey foe U.e '.
..
Gotvrnor ..
of North
.. 4 ..
'.
a believe him perfectly boaorsLle: In all ..(1'. ''': -0.
: Uu* really did wiy.t. .
business tranaaetions sad .blUt.I"LII) r.l!! &. ,:: H'}>. Norfolk Va.Exe't .
obtl at1,*.Jt u.s" . ,
-
.i. Federation of Labor able to earrr out any << 7"CO.6" fr M

by ble flail.T1'ALIl1G. . . '. .
re. .e tton of Mr Can' NVbAi .Of fr fit... f' um TiukulH Sale '
I KIN NAM A *AU..I.I 1" _. ur 1 > on Dailj.Fjf ; ,
ak..nbfp of the JlUUa4J 1. '. I .
. h
\ "'-"Ml... l Jruute"T- u ] -
5. flee_. Unfortunately. ._ r....c. b......
Hall. Catarrh Car. U tb.n int-ri. : .1 1e An. I J.

Andpatters are atronc ally artlDC **- IUIJB the t.l I I..s : .. ... _. 't.'w" _, .... .. '. fell i/aferrnal/Oa amid shaper r.e ratloa sail ot Sal A...' .. f'
t .
ration of Lbor awl .. :. l
.urf. .- of the It j arid mutvi" *< ... : !..,.
". I!' iSK 4I
r.t the Re- l
IDe" vole ,
..Urs ,urns _-ot (me'1'ra.r 1 r 'otl ? tH. .. .... N
'.Y are a negligible .t -. -. ,, .. 19. C. OYlJoJTOS,,. Ja.. Assiaiset n..s r.. A.
.--r bottle Hold by all druKXlit. I ; : ,h... ..'U., ru..IAI. .
1 ) his "" d )
q .
can
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= snip '
C Take Halt a famUy l'l.s fvf f or'f: r 4"-" "- .
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$ '" THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 27, 1107 ..,

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:e S1.N'mes a3D: CLYDE T'E. .M If ; ? Co
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SOME SOURCES OF NITROGEN g --

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BY A. W. BLAIR. i

a Florida Agricultural Experiment Station.
:r Offioe o er M.rcu. I'n"el.lI.: Pbora n-S ring.DRS. .

:$I. DDO C OGOC

vi Nitrogen IH the nfost expensive of the fertilizing materials nnd for thin ALDERMAN A PEARCE

reason especial care should be exercised In purchasing materials contaIn. z

Ing. this element. DENTI918.dfflce .FO D 7EZ S.A.ILIN"GS E.A..OS:: : "V7EJL .
r } ULTW ZNJockeonvi11e
;t, (a) COTTON 'SEED MEAL AND DRIED BLOOD.
and New
over Duttoa te. Co.. Bank Vorlc
f, Two organic forms very much used In Florida are cottonseed meal and Phone 280. Galnesrllle Fla Calling at CHARLESTON 8. C.. both ways '
' "dried blood. It we Judge cotton-s.. -d m-al solely by Its nitrogen content The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service
ft.. .; .would place It at a great disadvantage when compared with such materials JR. ROBT. C. BOWERS Clyde Kew: England and Southern l..int1JJ

?"a.'' nitrate of soda and sulphate of ammonia. It should be remembered bow- Freight Service Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON ana
4r.r. that ,the meal contains also some phosphoric acid and potash. Jenkins DENTIST. PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Point..
I Triad Street' (Cotton-s Meal as a Fertilizer. Conn. XIt. Sta. Bulletin No. Calling; at Coh.rloton both ways.

t1M. )..,have. pointed out that the average of 349 samples showed 2.97 per cent. Office in Miller Law Exchange. SE I-"QI7"mEK..L: Y S.A ILIN G Slvuthbonnd

otic acid and 1.90 per rent potash Now If we accept 20 cents a pound Office Phone No. 243 Residence No. 6 .. .. . . . . ... . . . . .. ..FromI..e iet Wharf, flans,
:"ftw<: Pf'ce of nitrogen. 5 cent for phosphoric acid and 5 cents for potash. ; Narthhoand.. .. ....... ... From Foot Catherine "t.. Jaek.QT '1'
''for' a ton of cotton-seed meal suiahzlng C.6 per cent nitrogen. 2.97 pert.

)" phosphoric acid and 1.00 per cent potash the calculated value would Clyde St. Johns River Line
ELLIS JR.,
tls0> **! follows: T.B. Bltt-we JA.OKOONvILLac and A.N"HO

.:.'Y1. Nitrogen ..... .. ..., . . . . . . ... . . . . .h.. . . . . . $26.40 :Stopping at Palatka, .Actor Bereaford (DeLand), and lUI.tra.ull'l. ,sdit
Phosphoric Acid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.97 ATTORN IS Y-AT-LAW. on St. Johns River.

':!i. Potash . ... ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.90 Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
GAINBSVILLK, FLOS IDA IB appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville SuDrtsj*, TIlt 4jb fillet
fi Total . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131.27 Thuitdsyi, 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Ssofor. JioiiOhs!.
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Wednesdays and Fridays 9:3O a m
: tlrlght cotton-need meal IH now quoted on this market at $31.10: and Jt BAKER MATHESON A BAXTER.ATTORNEYSATLAW tl=--=--:-=--7'=:=-- : -:::.

Avr111: thus be seen that the calculated and market price are practically the u.UbbOunG.kead down. SCHEDULE 'u H. out/

1;'. ..me. If we assign the same value to the nitrogen in nitrate of soda r..e..vt 3:00 pm.... . .. . .. .. . ..Jacksonville.. . .. .. . . Arrive 2cuueat
then nitrate of soda analyzing IS per cent. 8:45 pm ... .. ... . .. . ... .Palatka . .. . . .. .. . . . Lear- !,4ps
t tjtamely, 20 cents per pound this . SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. 3:00 .m. .. .. . .. . . ... .. . Astor . .. . ... . . . . 33 Li nitrogen would be worth $fin.un( per ton. Nitrate of soda! Is quoted on . ... ... . ..Beresford (DeLand) .. .. . . . . 1 :0a
;market at $59.GO per ton HO that VH tu> her again the prices as calculated Arrive fit:80 am .. .. .. . .. ..... San ford ... . .. .. . . . . P:30: )loa
,jI&Dd; as quoted running very clone together. Thus It would appear thatwhen GAINESVILLE, Alachua Co.. FLe 10:00 am .. . ..... .. . . Enterprise. . ...... ..: . . . a, ,,,1 m
we take Into conHldii-ntlon all tho plant food elements cotton-seed Office in Hsrmans Block. PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 122 W. BAY ST.. J ACKKQNijT.

'goeal I,,' but little. If any more expensive proportionately than nitrate of 'F. M. IBOHXOMOKB. Ja, A. O. P. A.. Jacksonville, Fi*. -
cither ns the price of nitrogen 17c formph' ERDINAND BAYER,
figure J
'l o4a. Should we adopt t401llfl
JOHN PxirnBKL.' T. P. A., A. O. HAGBKTY, O F f \,
the same relationship would hold true that II'. the ratio of the cnlIculated ATTORNEY AT LAW. Jacksonville. Fla. Pier 36 N. R,, :New"! YorkO.

to the market price of cottonseed meal would he practically thee H. TAYLOB, P. T. M., O. O. BROWN, (J. I p A
as the ratio of the calculated to the murkf"t'lrl"p of nitrate of soda G .NallvILL.. .'LOR' A, 290 Proadwmy, New York.L. .
array be noted that the fertilizing elements- cotton-seed coral b"omev.llable n. Jonas T. F. A., L. S. SCRUPLE, C. AJaPkeiinville. .

rather slowly, and on thin. account are not lost by leaching to such Can veil you. Jity property (Improved Fla. Lee.burg/ FlaN
G. COOPBB. fa,. F. A.. E. BwiNnAii,, U. IA ,
ILO extent as nitrate of soda or sulphate of ammonia would be. Hence. and unimproved), phosphate
Jacksonville. Fla. I'trr3t1'. R.. :New tors
trucking and farming lauds. Send hima
that remain In the grormd over long iierlods of 'time as the pine ; ,
for .crops lint of what you offer for sale. 2142m C P. L.OTBLL. Agent. Jacksonville. Fin
pie, citrus and other trees'' this form of nitrogen would seem especially .
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.'I _apted.Dried Blood Is considered one of the bent 4 sources of organic nitrogen J.A. CARLISLE G. S. MERCHANTS CO"Retallen

|,.lt. contains from 13 to 14 per cviit. of nitrogen and decays rapidly when ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
Saeed In the ground. Organic materials such us cotton-seed meal and And Solicitor in Equity and Jobbers In
[dried blood, must undergo. In the noU. natural processes known as nltrlfl-
Eton. before their nitrogen can be Assimilated by the plant. These nltrliCAtlon Ret' Estate Conveyancing and General and GrOS1 a
I processes are dependent upon minute organisms known as nitrify- attended Practice.to. Office All business next: door promptly to Sao Staple Fancy er e:: ,

Jug bacteria and these In turn require u certain degree; of warmth and office. OAINBHYILLK. FLORIDA.FKANK .
4- aolvture. Fortunately for tho farmer three organisms are almost unlvermlly -'..- -- Sraln, fiardan Seed and Ftrtilizerr.
present In soils that have .been properly cultivated and drained. This
TlfOS.
CZAJU W. FIELDING
SOUTH SIDE GAINESVILLEHighe.81 FJ.OIW'
SQUARE.
I i i
1laet is well illustrated by the rapid dll-Cu"IIt'urlul of animal excreta or
'(neat scraps after being buried in good soil. Nitrification' does not take CLAHK & FIKLDINGLawyers. market price paid for Chicken Eggs and other Pn.la:*

'place tIO rapidly at the surface an It dos a few Inches beneath tho surface;

tend: furthermore, the loss of nitrogen by escape of ammonia Into the air A Iompleteoell.. of Hay, Corn, Oats Flour Br.n. Meal Cotton *..,] Vi-al
krfH be greater If these change take place at the surface. Hence the Import- and Rye. We handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW
Ace of placing organic fertilizers slightly beneath the t<1lrflor the soil KBT PRICKS: and guarantee satisfaction m\\t\
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"' AND SULPHATE OF AMMONIA. Practice In all State and
; (b) NITRATE OF SODA Courts

..f'f"f! Nit rat* of Soda Is \ery soluble lit Mater and when thus dissolved ran Federal.

je'take-n' up l>y the plant directly without further change.: The case with Tampa -A JacksoDville{ Bail'yKFFECriVE
which this material dissolves makes It an expensive source! of nitrogen to
!pq during rainy periods. For use during period of drought; and for quick- ORIcr or UJAINKSVILL.I' & ." rUle National Hank

growing crops. It Is especially adapted. It contains about !:. per cent, of ( .. FLORIDA : .... -

itiltrogen.Sulphat. - - - : rOVEMBER 10, 1907.
'; of Ammonia contains about l'. to :-' per rent of nitrogen, andS
| also readily soluble In water. Much of It. however Is probably not taken ALACHUA COUBR
ip by the plant until It Is (converted by bacterial action. Into the form of LPIIVO Gainosvillc for Mieanopy, Fairfield anti local -

itrate. It Is regarded by some as unsuited to soils having an acid tendicy. Alachua county is 8OJ,4OO acre iuarea. points fcouth? . . . . . . . . . . . 1 10. : ,' r >
It should not be used directly with lime, as In this cane till lime ha 248: miles railroad (HCmiles I "
have this ef- wagon road. 69 posiottire, I Returning, arrive Gainesville . . . . . . . . -J 1 i j' :.JI
however
>uld be likely to liberate<< ammonia. I.line does hut
123 public schools, 27 phosphate
upon nitrate of .0<<3.. 2O mills. I .(':\ "e Gainesville for P ,latka.
u_ _. ___ plant. saw I7B.OOO courthouse \ Sampson City,
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TAL MOTORCVCULE ACCI I: CNT SUCCEEDS HIS DHOTHEH. torn. cotton rite. sugar,
oats rye, potatoes pineapple, orange IJeturning, arrive Gainesville . . . . . . . . ''I't--'
., peaches. pears plum, |>''.
'q-. Sir Henry" CMv>lle ?Te ets V.'l Paul F. Alt'sn ElecJ Senator from pan, and all kind of v ltfltabl....
1: Untimely te2lh.4.nn'en Fcrty-Cecord District.Cnrtptsvlt J. B. Cutler, Gen. Supt. L. E. Barker Tiaffic. Mg'r
: N. \. .'1. '4.;">n ''u: Mr H..t! .. '0. U;Of. '=(1\' :2rtPaul I II the Seal --
\m wad \'. 'l i'ie:: rall.t' lu1 1 \1. i I", .llkin. the :"..MMt bjot'u-r: of .fir Gainesville, County .. -- -
I Han fourteen churches, two publihool .
Insist ..Vo'e<,l *'i'f.at; r to mnu' '1 1,1.4' i.,': ..* ..., the Univmity Florida
,,:The n* n.nal wn rt :!tnt A m 'i rc' ficn, the fc'rtN"'r I dl 'lt .'.I.;al' private iK-hool. three newppaivfr
4don n rounir, erne. In Su,.e du> wh .lUt "!.patdth n. United Htstet and otllce, the inert
on torn nat II scarp c,,,r.*r bed ,...: fir.Ikln I I Is cnlv 3.. COot,.!" of _*c' "water lire alarm system. elrctne ATLANTIC COAST LINE
chile ;iy aI h .4t ..Ulu... \II e sad this I "r..u! jn of trim'I rn ... i to and gas light, two lee fr.ctorirt
machine' *hop". ihrve> wixwl facto
and ' t.I4 t.: him ? K.-i l h htn'.elf. he 1"arIna -
Ilea' by is old frlfiut! 'a tuts y riev, cotton gin, two .no._ ft ctorlrt
. coairnde. iirneral: Sir lt 'r.r' t.t"t i-i>,iin.>eiu d for hiss' name t.) h.' three railroAd two fertilit i>r msn RAILROAD
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O'lu'r (' hl1lf": >\ a* t"I I I I... d 'tbe ground Hiking rn M. tits I IrM I. fr,'ni e' .'ar ffOCllOII Of th tff>rt3c; manufactory one rectifying tnr.
stunned :an'! died from tits l Injurdtirlig I on 1 dtfttrut pentin pant four bank.and well
locked alt'r.* embnoiog everything
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.' General d l"Ul' was horn In !*, ',? I The New Pure Food and Drug Law. ( JOES; EVEI5YV1IEISENorth

e I. one cf the fectier*!* a ho ...r.. \\'., nrt pleased to announce that Ii I
ali.d from Sosit I Africa during ,*... ul",'. llonej and Tar for coughs:
r WAr owing to the 'h\.t..l" ,It:.. colds and 1m.* tnuiMes. Is' not affected UI.NTIMlKLlCTU'tLI.Y South East and West I IThrot1
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fled by he troy"ji of his c."C.1um"tI bthe National' l'ure Food i rd

,'';hT"I. Is Worth R.m.mb rlng.DO I: r Drug- other law harmful a. It contain 1rjfami no wt nptiates rfll'C"Otu. UriMUKM: anti 1i Pullman; Service on All Train I

one Is Immune, every" person ? mend It a* a .ate remedy for children !
rttmvmbrr that Koley'a Kidney" I and adulU. J.-\\.. ilcColIura L Co. Ri1PFltl.YItr'IENTtlt
''KIIl' cur any" ("IUJf kidney or : !
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.r trouble that 1* not beyond
.1"Oach'ol medicine. I From Navy to the Stage. IUlUl't'l: I Consult the "Purple Folder"
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J.1eC'tl'l I :-W fork No' *, 2.0H"8r I ?1c I
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'f I Crt a. son of Captain l' n"> Mc> T
( r Heave Snow In Vrglr.< toe.i. ot the best Ii."o-n ->f .\:1 I ;
For letaile l an-1 i -
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W1meherer. Va. Nw :r. \ I I'fT ticnal oMcers, DOW In
C 1":1P""s: ,..: i ito I" i: battles ..&p (ieorgla. .ha. r..- ,:,:!!....' .. I \. ition*. = 't' your nearest Ticket Agent.
t\'Irgta 83c .a_\', t."t r" the navy la which h-' 'i..I., a <. WE OAK HELP YOU! l U
tad a depth of 4 luh., s 1I i r.'i a, w. ..t P:) &Jt41"'.('. to g" o.. t1r . sr write or call on
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..I.arI1est 0-:1: here lu > > are A Reliable Rmdy for Croup.Mr ::: RF.IMUK.: J. A. Goodwinor j
: _._ Frank C Boylston
.:.... "" - p j Konrrc .. ." ..rs..:L.e Follows a ColdpMsK 8. Uo.luthal of Turner. Michj .
.. follows the use of Fol.?rKti4 \> 'AVo bar used Ch- mbcrLxSn: P.KMIAT IT. :, Ticket \ *n?. lit Pa* 4jngrr \ .:?

,TiUT." It stops cite roujcU, Conrh Mfsllcln for ourwlvoa and Atlantic C"..>a-t I ,me, Atlantic Coart Lir :

J. \\-, ) for croup' and cn highly hC'OauueD: ,
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(1" fit If'CuJlUI11I I"It" Fur (tale by all druUU.. I I THE SUN! Gainesville Fl;.
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DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, KOYEMIUttl:\ 27. J07!' ,

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DEATH CLAIMS President Roosevelt Warns Oe...., .d M
Fill the Tank
era Not To Boom MITIIns I I
PRESIDENT U. 0, C. n::-;- or.. II, C. o'f:: : > ? .

with\ gasolene if you want the Idont Uoost\tt has bldn -.... L The Huckleberry Cigar I

motor-car to go. The oil supplieS to mon.lit:) .if his rablne. i 1
Died at Columbia, tnem t t" I" 'nrm finlor.ii e-nt'' -
the that makes the t
)!rs. Stringer power der ih.'i|' jurlmllctlon to r.f\; i ipolliic. is designed for critical smokers.

S. C., Monday Night.WAS wheels turn round. :.! ac-Ult). with HI.. .' Those who appreciate well : '
the renttnuiiu.ion of ..r..*' iu..." I Kelt a
The human machine is set in pi made cigar containing the best I! .
BELOVED WOMAN \ The ut: of the I let, te' ' i- _
MUCH 'motion in the same way byScott's been n a.!'i> ftjbllc.: hut Its eouifn, : ,i .' I ' tobaccos skillfullyblelldcdfind ;'

Attended the Convention I subs I arttalv: :.s t illovN'*: the Huckleberry worth while .
St', Had Just "I am Infl :'t1:ui f:;.a, cyst .ta: !1 I
Norfolk, and Was Visiting In EmulsionFolks holds* in oar ; ,;: rttt. "lit l'. i: i : t
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Columbia When the Sad End Came. I varititi:, positions! till nttloo'1t1ut iLe i .,.... : LEE ROY MYERS CO. ) ;

Friends Here.T' are like motor-cars. At try, ntemplale at'onill.i*. taro, a'i illc.in >. I
Many .
"Had MAKERS ,
ear rnt'ons In their i*"p"I.tl'
Metropolis .e Jacksonville rates and l urging: the ituoroiu! : ofmjsilf '
9nest ca, contain the Information of SCOTT EMULSION is full of power.It lot' the JlnI.I l U":itlal 1111 sat.t ;

ixath; of Mrs. Sheldon StringerrtV,0ksllle. not only produces flesh but I wUh )'i>u would dl root .frl't' I 1

the beloved president gives new power to weak bodies holder's. our .dt-pnttiuont who nae Ask
of the United your CigMan r -t
lh' Florida Division such a thin,.: In view that I \\ .' 'I c 1

rL. '., rs of the ConfederacyMrs.. AU Dna.. .t.a 60e. and $..00. gin! 1 1.. :I" an 1I('! tif attic .il njuo
JJta r had many warm friends In prlrtat...i .::1 i, tmirtp-. : >.."

JL: ,_:' .111. and the news of her sad -kA' 1 1w

drtt'i: '. ill' be received:: with much re- Biliousness and Constipation.For .

fret b.'re Death of James Pedrick.C. years I was troubled with

The Metropolis says: C. Pedrick Wl'atl d to torrls.t biliousness and ronstlpatU>n. which !
Tl.e wd Intelligence of the death 11 Tuesday on account of the deathof made lifo miserable for me. :My appetite S 5-

of v. Shtldon: :.i. Stringer of IJrooka- his brother James IVdrick which failed me. I lost my usual

rIpe: Ha: president of the Florida sad event occurred early In the morning force and vitality. Pepsin proiaratlons .

VII:1.! (rotted Daughters of the Con- of that day of a cancer. from and cathartics only made mat- it'N t. +

let .. ached the city this moriillS which he had suffered for sonic time. II ters wor 'c. I do not know where I _

Deceased Is mirtlved by a devoted should hate been today had I not tried! J

'*tr8. Stringer died at Columbia. S. wife and the children to whom tho I I Chamberlain's Stomach and I.l\er ...... 1 .., .,
C, a-t nlKht, while en route home sympathy of The Sun and other Tablets. The tablets relieve tho 111

.. fro:. the General Convention of the friends Is extended. Sympathy Is1.. I feeling at once strengthen th, digestive .t,
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rniud. Daughters of the Confederacy so extended to Mr IVdrlck In the functions helping the H)stotu ,

reef ally: held at Norfolk loss of his brother I' to do Its work naturally.-Mrs. llosu THE BEST FOR THE PRICE ON THE MARKE. T
Irs. Stringer/ stopped at Columbia I'I Potts Birmingham Ala. Thesis tablets .
tisit and was to have arrived In ALL OF OUR GOODS SOLD UNDER OUR PERSONAL GUARANTEECHAS.
fora are for sale by all druggists. .
A Methodist Minister Recommends -- - ---
Jack..nn111t' Ut night to spend several

days M ith Mrs. Drysdale. who Is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.We C.i afcrned by Burglars.

also! a prominent member of the United have used Chamberlain's Cough Ot::,n N: <'.. Nov 2U :-f.\\ d

r'll: hlt'u of the Confederacy.This Remedy In our homo for seven years rent-la., <. from: Newton N.;:. C of t

morning the sad news came that and It has always proved to bo a reliable the e I : Injury of Pollromau (:lit- BLUM & CO.

tic!] P'It'.ted l guest died last night at remedy. \Vo have found thatit forth >... ,,,:i 1)nn, unknown, man.proh.x'ih .
1-0,: oclook of pneumonia. At her would do moro than the manufac ,, .. '."* tlnt the hollu' ..r Mrnllutt yr

tdr. Stringer of turers claim for It. It Is especially Ctiforth hud started to In"r .

Prooksxllle. Kla. and her daughter. good for croup and whooping cough.- I a plt:i., I .,ll from \1110. irarrlnR..r'H
I !lioui .... Smun liKunlvli.! .. '.:v- -
Mrs Giinit, of North Carolina who Rev. James A. Lewis Pastor Mlliicu. > -
had been summoned by telegrams. Minn.. M. 13. Church. Chamberlain'sCough j log r'M'. .it .1 I I that a hurtf.irnn: tr\l I'I'!

Sympathy Extended.A Remedy Is sold by all druggists. to tiiii' AM! h" teas |t..t>t iM4: the q
Unit luiii. it man rnnio out itn.l open ;
largt number of persons throughout Texan Suicide's.Smlthvlllp. rd tire \v. iitiilhiK the poUrcnmii On Wines ,gr

the State will extend heartfelt T.-x: =Nov.M. V ln\."''tl' ifnnv Mss lliitt Mrs ftiiiT:d Liquors
irrni'athj' to the Immediate family. l .. room; hn been
Undo a-i old! and highlyre peccd: tinter--I us In h. r \ltiM ,
tad alto to the large; circle of relatives rltl/en: of SinlilulHc.! co.iimltiod fiii chNirt.I i,', lilt d t>>' burglars.Cured
and fru'nds resident In the State most ----
7 : o'clock. r.
ride Sundaj nioriiln:; at : a
of whom reside at Brooks vi lie and of Brlgtit's Disease.Mr. .
nslup a H_(>tsnn loadr I pith bncKuhorll .
Tampa. Mr*. Stringer was the widowof pla" ..J l lisp n.ti77te of the inn Robert O. Burke Klnora. N. \".. Beers Etc.

lr Sheldon S. Stringer of Brooks-! t,,;aln-M hit I".I| breast nnrl tilpjxM I writes<< : .Hefore I started to use y'

vilJf. who nod a prominent and de- the t1'I,;-;I'r pith his ratio. Death I'oley's Kidney Cure I had to got up stir,

toted member of the United Confederate w a-t IlIll'tnl.'ui
Veterans of Florida. had health .\ widow, nUll -f\en chI!. and I wa all bloated up with dropsy \

Dignified and Capable. dren Mir\lv." }MmThere's: and my t'"tlhht was no Impaired I
_. 517-519 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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"At the contention at Norfolk Mm.Ptrinetr could scarcely! lire one of my family ,

: hy l her dignity, culture and No Use across the rixirn, 1 had given up hale| LONG DISTANCE PHONE 188.

lentf'I..Iht'lll! for I Florida assisted Talking-you can't beat Herbliiu for of living when a friend rerommendodFole ..

ly the other ladies from the State, a the liver. The greatest! regulatorever >'" 1 KliliK-v Cllre. One &O offered to suffering humanity. If tlo worked Menders and before I had
and the
l-o) : iti standing/ In convention I.
ho:nl to no other State, and In you buffer from liver complaint. If you taken the third !bottle the dropsy had

ahol't': : of States with a far larger I are bilious' and fretful. Its your liver, I gone an well an all other symptoms. _

Jnr h'r-hii| enroMment! than Florida [ and Ilerbine will put It In Its proper II of Ilrlght'M disease. J.V.. McCollum WE

*.hl'b condition. A positive euro for COURt!. & Co.
now haM twelve hundred memtr I I 'I"ar". ) I : | ,
n fie orginlzatlon. over which patlon. blllouxnens dyspepsia and all 12: Mtiartii | I : \
torpid llrer. Try a bottle Wal:" ., 'I Around the World. (
Vrsir Ills due to I
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ni: r wan presiding for l ) I :
"n' 2C Ijtutlff.t !He-
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If'(. : ij l t. rr:1 and you will never ne anything else. I <'IUtar"
til.! u 1'rcMi, : I .w..It"I">r stint nriu l ; I
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Sold byV. :
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r .t.ut".1 l boa >''* York MoruU on ttl I
Dancln/ Prove Fatal. second Mal: i I.' roar around the Mere 1 1He I
I Weston. R."umHis T amp. I quarts .
1t" '. colds .f' across lh tonilntiio :
nPn and women catch Mill| pr <
N :G .Mxact' : ( | ,
J-uui'r.;; I" I )r 12: (lusts
f al pneuir'i < | | | >
.. |h'' f.a> minute al! r'- ? n''k; !louctu! ) ,
On11.1' I.a! e f"xpr
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consumption. After expo- for i I .
\\.cun. the I
morini ?. 1.1"1" I'at-n quarts .
VTf 10I.I. .; Honey mid Tar la taken '('i.-.l CII' '.,9o.i mi. In tiientile "-
t.-l'hi .
.ran took up hm Jiiuin' I s '|iiurl
pe.lr' . 1"' I It.I .lir f
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>r ak up a cold and no serious after h., lug rented fnr 21 h'xir-t. rap (.\ .
taco '
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r* : ,d bo !e: red. Refuse any wj. In *to 'ni ..pS..te Mini fcl. 1:011 r# elf t i> ; ;a >la ( I "'Iu.. l

I'" ' : : .,,1'.0' .' In ,,1Ir 4 .'h. .
t : a bellow p&ckaso.f rrci, H'ru':' 'I I 'h> his !Io.tc r. HI l n 's '
f_'.'. t!. c . ...u & C'., I I hatl.g *p 'If' the tilde in kU am I "inbr. all nlM.tt> U .M.WI -. era /
n lns '.iru'itf to ail I ralU-r CASTOR I t (Ix.ttl.-ti Hill A I irinlrrwi >ryt
) UUtt In I 11"111 uii'l<'r '."\t.rI1UI.'..t'a .r Tom (Ito . . . 1'b0

T.1. HODGSON Be CharitableI 1 For Infant and Children. .,lies.rvl.tu/t.. .. . _---5-__ 4 ltlle. Hlr Uotxrt Hurr.prtFine l.GG

Tfca Kind You Hare Always! Bughl Whiskies delivered.. to 4 l)4ttlee (.fy.I..II..1 It'- and
blended
to
I I To your horses tin well &>i yoerself. It,.. or Pearls un.1| ||oii.y.luic 3.110
suffer from .\Iu. you all .Jipr.. chrg paid:
Practical You need not I --
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cf any *ort-your horses ne -+l notsuffer. /,72' l<*f.1.| 84. 4 iuurt| I Whl.kl...
I ititjjn t\6n 'J' Gr. Tinnier 4 iuart . . : \fJ
W.Iistcn;!: Florida Try a bottle of Itallard's SO'W' harper. 4 '11.I..rt.. . ff.r.hfJ . | Un'.ment. It cares nil 11 I lto1 4-rts, 1 ltekrn "ld. Mo. rlt *; "Ii t ..cJk'1o T.iu,.-...-.'. 4 'I'a.rt. . sunny flru..". .I y.'srs old >$ d.loon. .

.", i have used your liniment for ten years : W-tltl- Manufacturer Dent.Apt'sscl' .'. >lot "> raui. 4 qt blend (JlliMXi I'urf UK*> . . 1.
I.I 't.-aj'4 and farms cleared 1 fcc the best I hmr ,,v -rused n. SO" 2" .' or Ulum .. ;.1..lh"II. fxttlC.I IpMIs'. ..... llUiwIDulta . .
And End! It to It .
(, ... t In b.to1 >|>iartiiIX . . . 4 1ft 1-,1) 1'Uo.. IkNrtxtl. .
! shirt noti'-a at reaon' for man or beatt" Sold by W. e. Lustsry. t ,- ft! the tirealat.:. I IIf.1Wft a at.N111.. fknlrfxnl . alours'
, t' fj'juri I""lt1IIU i , . 12101 "" )a
C= MACHINERY FOH M Johnson. prow : ..rn..tr uu.r.Iur..r H> l>m> diet. 4 ,iurtIlliirn .. 1 :'t' faun i u. Hill' "., |>nw>f !
I"LI i I.1 V-.rtls .. I hUJD ttr tr.'s ..fa0 riylvhii fik.... "6 quarts 4 :r. i..n'I ./'blwerv Ill.n'1 3
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rr !t..dPnc" solicited.ThOYALCAFE ,
k _i Threw Under Forgery Cfa. I opo-re. t.. :.1" r"o&MM! "aIery fur 'Ilium. H, l IY"" fort,. h rjlilurii .,'. .. i., .r.'. e. I'r+I," T.tiifi"*jMf" 3 110 j
f.a Cr. '" K t..-.n Ol.,i, 12 til.tt. ". .,., \t' ..r-.,.." 111.11 l.tq"Itherldau
: ...w.r'. N'' :C :r'. rip u ...rt'1PILES flub, 4 fl'Jdt : . I'. .fa.n *rVhite fly. 3.fDKh.r.lsc
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. retied :\.h" :, ..0:1'1.--1' 1 .ltl'l' 'h... fo"' 'I II' | PAX.O -TMKNT U guarantee to Price List-
Send for
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iltf.l I I"rr>|>rn gery o' a ( < 'fYr i'tfrr'4 euro any c: "f itching Illln'l, lil sd..
'1 !LJ.h' r'a :.* I".r" + of th. .banan In or ProIng: : llle In C tit 14 days '
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t., Ualnnflll I1.. I' -'1
t \ D.:tr'.v. a ';":>o..uor, w.t. al. 1 1or money r ,ndP-* tOc.
,I .. ..tri nr a eYat!,;.: vi c01.pWt J u 4 Portable Sa
MEALS AT ALL HOURS I I II I ,! '

i 'f- Ilatu t.. IlervUr IU.r<>r jorg.rrThere r BROWN HOUSE BARBER SHOP Mill Outfits" ,.

Is No Reason. ;
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( ma fist ... lUrth.:
QUICK then aril Tannest /'spy. Prop.
LUNCHES A SPECIALTY Why your bmby lfcouW IM"
\f I 'rrtful durV.x the bicht. Worm ar. ):Ssiki sn i nOIl.EIU and bilk:

'I. (XlCuaJJ .'tilt the CAuse* of thin kt .
r l r ST1S0 1'\JmJ. ); m uatural that a braltby baby should pu... n'. e.rry a !.,.- etn.tk .b4 tsa lrmn' xlUt.* .hlpu>.tt Write t

I ", EM fat and sleep .elL If your baby. Bt,'rUiitac AI1s.a"'"'' sad aU IU .\lat..." raisin.u., w. .... ylk i'M ....,. .\ddr'....
OYSTERS AMY STYLE loss not retain its food don'tUnnt .syr else Latest Toale. with Ort I with rollc cur a and otl-r m..sl- art1aC.. will W frond b... M1LSBC O M :P-A-
4 ie, a wsakr.aiir for ......Ja Uxtl of White'. w. solicit a lI'haIeot goer pslrnsg..
' ar: ea1It auk eta*. bat try a 41 it+wth Yu'.yth titre/. .. .\'TLAfTA OA.Send .
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:. -, plwwo.! > Cream '.rrm ItG c., aDd you Mill I OOG .-....
... baby baY. color and laugh I and CIIi' eA .HaMs '
Torn
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER: ';. 11)07!

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r::::== Victor; Hugo Cigars; always the best. I \

OFCCJNTY CITY AND Ladles' calling cards at The Sun '
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office. : We are here to STAY. We want your business. We are young but
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CONDENSED Victor Hugo Cigars-strictly high active accurate :able and courteous ,

grade.

The prettiest china at choapoat prli-o. : .
fj" :3 of General Interest Gathered Gainesville 5 and 10.Cent Store ; ONCE A CUSTOMERALWAYS ONE I

by Our Reporters. Miss Inca Phimiej: of ItnlHgh! is '

among the visitors to this: cltj. i[ -.- !

AND SOCIAL ITEMS rHirnisued rooms for rent. Mr*. !

PERSONAL Pauline :\1 ell vnln<,, IDS X. 4\rr 'dondu. I '
Gail1esville-National link
What Has Happened and What laGoing Black record carbon remitter ribbons 'I I'

to Happen Told In Short Para- for legal work for sale at The'

Who Runs MayReadf Sun offlce. I I LThe
graphs So That "He - o\ Till I ( 0'1:1' : : l'
J. B. Keunard of Waldo was aiming H
< It In The Sun. I! "
those who came to Gainesville on business l. '
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President
25c. ( l'a.
for
Victor Hugo Cigars. 3 jestenluy. '. Shands William U. Stockert Charles! A i'' . ,nth f
The Best, 5c. ,
Smokers-
O'Halloran Avoid the rush and buy jour toys

Old newspapers for sale at thisoffice and hints presents early. ilnos\UU> - -, a

5 and 10.Cent Store.T. .

T Toy*' Toys at Gainesville Cut J. Cone, the merchant and mill WM. H, BROWN eV ORO'S. -- --- : :

Cent Store. man of R.ilelgh. spent yesterday in i I POCAHONTAS PERFUME ."_,, ,..('I/"". ....; ... ... ": .r!' -j-i ." 'Iolt lfl

the best printed stationery call this city on business:; I ., '. :: ., '" .' : ,. , t" "
per -, .. .- ,-. --- -- \.-, \,; "; .'). ': 4 ....f -a- 1"1 ".' h
it The Sun offlce.Hou.e Friends ofV.. TruvluMrt Itodifonl! -t".0; ,1' f 'I. -1. It '!..=-_ 'jJ ..1.In \"..
ALL THE RAGE '" ;' ..' '" "', . .
to rent on Lemon street. Apply will regret; : to learn that he Is hulls l\ I: ,. wro''I.'. Ih..

TOO S. University street. posed, suffering from fever. FOR SALE OY W. M. JOHNSON. ; ? '1 bb\Jtli.'. / ._ rl. 1 Inr to. Ire '
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;, bl""tl'> :- _ :.. :;.-' Un' .I..mu"
Turk<'\' Just from the pea fields, I*. II. Hall of Orange Heights one ':'l b,;',r.stir -' t hullcMllnt.' der ut ,4.T 'y.
fifteen pounds at Pagan's. of the leading citizens of th. East arth. e
ill to I End In the WILL MEET RIVERSIDE.The H.UY,1'tlO:, \ \o: 1I'-t4+:-1'ri(1' *:!.:: :
Chsu Eddy of Orange Heights was cit >eslerday.Chapped .. .
Mrs[ - -- ,
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shopping In t..e city yesterday.1hntuey's hands are quickly! cured Team Will Jacksonville
sal: University Play
,: hordes and little Teddy by applying Chamberlain's Salve. on Thanksgiving Day.1'hrre GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. Jacksonville Florida
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Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Price, 25: cents. For sale by all drug ,
tears at gists. will bo nn Interesting game of JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS ;
Storo football mi 1, the local gridiron tumor _. e
Thos.V.. Fielding has re- Don't wait until everything is picked -- i ; -:-;: -- :--
Attornej row ull""II..un. when the trotm' I til lHatltotl.lt :Merlmif'SlUerUH I t 'slit "I urvN wr1Veteh.s
visit to Starke his over-buy now while! you have plenty .. It DUmll.lll .. .
turn'd from a vtrMtv t. am will meet the lMver ttle : Cut 'ellu-* Si.
forn. -r homeS of time. (Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent team. of 'l.i'ksonville. The I'niterMtv! : loM; .1.\\'lr! \' ( (n.N'V I ant v i 'luiiii. '
store. l"li:. >::ti....tin-lit KIIIUeililllic -- Mantle I'I.( .eks, ...lh..q.la..1. \\n'
well-known citizenof team li.i- already scored one victor 1
S. Spencer a i ,
\\ logs! Urn j Itrtifwuirr. I luiii i.- I'I-IM-M
J1t'l..l'oll\"l11t" Is in the city on bust- Order Blue Ribbon Vanilla Kxtract over the Uixersldes, and feel( tontltliiit' --- --- -..-- -

ne;;i for a day or two. today and Rive; your Thanksgiving that tli....' will again be v'h torlun-t. i 1'01 C' VTVI. HI ,1' \TI"I.\t"l'ItI\: : .I \ uNTir.nlli. : : : '

Our tn>. line is complete, and can desserts the famous: lilue Hlbbonflavor. us the ini'u are in excellent phsltilcondition .

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and training. :
compote> for they are cheap, at Gainesvir -
\ ;. and! 10-Cent Store. Teachers can have their report The Fable; will be called at :3 oiloik

cards printed at The Sun olHce at very and tlio-i. \\ hI) enjoy football a...* as,
Tam 11 Cato and J. W. Moody two -rwQ REASONS
rtknoNMi citizens of Alachua. were low price. Samplo l form and prices Hired of' .i line treat.

annn, ;. the visitors. to this' city yes- on application. I I .1 .< Tot'c'll tI'eNu)1'I'1-'I'1| | : ': Unit I i- lent h3Isv.nlifnl'C.rhle '

trtd: Col. H. C. "'. Sanchez has" none to MlUuo. Thomas. returned to her I: f Mixer, "i,111'1..1| ) with! it't 1.11\1.:' 1.111% ,, ,an two yo.nl n>MM ii4 forver

letter have that suit pressed: and St. Augustine. whenh will spend homo in linn city ).t'Hh'rdlIfto'r mi ,' >'one who (I.'uiic' It.>ii>.'k.-.'|.itikt to m>..nn< It. A little ut Mtlmt th
to-date for Thanksgiving.It the next few days: on business, and ubxeliee' of tour months. Mss Thoiu.it : will' >MM>"fr.luiI.rten| | lull.I.) Itlrptieh'MUn' an luonrMge*
looking u| pleasure comlilned attended' I Washington ('ullllf'a "nltrv I men for )on 'to ls'giu1111'; tlr) i U( yon hen .:"in': lo dive a
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dun t cost much. University PressIng _ _ _ _ \\ ...1.1 lIIIoC ..r \IIIH piem.lit the. wide( IaIu.:'' o( art icl.'s Mini '
Club over Urooine'u store. I will duplicate any advertised: club oi :MtiHlc, WnHhliiKton. nft.'rwhich |.rtef.. not I..1y h". :-oah..r\\06.. "'111.1,1 l < .i.M>.1.|4, Cut ( ,tu H.CImUK f
offer for magazines and save you the -'b'>, visited I relatives In Norwalk lie. I.. ,In- (foilll.l" hem n-. ill l.'II.t. t" 4t i< MI|>>> |1I1'\-OI.S(|: : t
\\intcdManager for branch omce time, trouble and expense of order- ,, \\ I indon nnd Itojiilloii, for ii>king jou lo C' \ 1.1. 11:0':' It.\ uiiltful |1."Il"rla Merling r
.e "i-h to locate here in Gainesville. .kl il\er
Ing. I'hl11f1)11IJ'r.. t nun N w York City and llr H > n a
Address, with reference The Morris F'rtend.f the ladv are delighted "
voting :-011 IOU Jewelry tsar :MiuirtIM I"olk., .
11'holesals House Cincinnati Ohio. Have your suit i.resed tmlu>' for ," welcome her home itgitlnTo SMITH'S I : I. :
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TbankHKlving. Prices reasonable, t ..\ : 1.\ n.i.i. .. I ri.nin
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tli Uttle' HOJM and (Jlrlx--Santa
work right. University Pressing' Gilih.oVt'r ) K
llroomo'b. btore. ClaiiHe Maul to tell you all that It you : --
1 -THE- r would, write him u )letter and rind It UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICE.' COMTIMEMTALRESTAURANT,{
At the M 'tho.llHt church tonight the I
to the Calm'Hvllle ? and ,...e.'rat Store, : e.
topic. for dh.'lh.tolol10111 b.'. "The be would get 'U and send yon whet Will be Held at Baptist ChL-lrch-D.

El Dorado CafeIs Duty of TliankxulviiiK: The mrvicewill you want Hay to Deliver the Sermon. J :

begin at 730: o'clock, anil it will O'Halloran Smokers, All Havana 5c. Till Illlliill 'I'hurkrsitlugrtirr'. ..

be a good preparation for ThankHgli", which' UM u rill IN, held.. ut lh. turioiiMhurt :V
round t'l.tUr-\.t l : t. I't Iludir..
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ing DayIS" < .IH-M of the city ulNTliHtfl will
('eutruiruli. I.. \ I'rh..t
) >TMleil rl ,
Reopened.Been I A. ('alll>loll. of lU-iinliiKton set'. I Itlon. h.. .1..ry..1| MI the ".Ir..t U""tht" - '

the efficient! and cheer manager : chtiri ThuriMlu moriiliiK at |In'| N'ol II...- ..i.|i.-.t I Ib4ilk. III 'the tJtj"tin tlU'';'
of the Spring Park t-Ho.'k Parm. on..> it'llnrk Rev 1..IHIH I'I I lilt) .'f tI.t'. nl.le-I e .I..ltll.I..1 l | ret"tiirMltt t1111"!
closed' for the past few of the fluent Mock farms in tin South Victor HugoCigars I'lml 1'r.'sbyterlan a luirrh ,1..lh.III"| || | Ufl e'I'III'I.t| | | | uu"l lie I tiUi-e. for UtlKMilUuWi ",.
Mu'I.hIi-Itill\ ,,
days on account of Illness of was transacting. ImxInesH In thin city .h.. :-'rin..uA .
T..... 1t&"JM "r-
Theo. Hudglna the Proprietor1, esteriiay .i'.rlal) fesrturaof thin, serllee| Mill" OYSTERS. < 'on linen I ,*I.;;

who will see nothing cooked or \\'antdink's" : to learn barber. trade be the Tliauktfcf Ing otter lug li> 1,1') Mar "Ie.. t.

served without' his personal In- and accept |Iw,sltloiii waiting: our grad' th< work of churtt). which fiend will' WESTERN STEAKS: CHOPS }

ptctlon. h.iiife for itA taken rhurK of ami .'st"ut.| .il, DRIPPED COFrtE. '
uates; vplendid, j 100ur linen;
under. In- dlriTtlim IIf lh i Ch.trll. ,\- Regular' Meal. Trading Ticket
tompN t.s.hs giveii.
The Cl Dorado: Is f.'wf'f'k" ( '' .
again open Havana 'liitloii' Thin ..oc-rtlIon| ,. esi.'el.I'II |
Clear
: KIM a .
Moler Marber Cuilege
.o come along' and get your write today. Ue in 1I..t t>|"tnM| MMhort ... .t..11I1. lorrrnthi
Oysters. Chops. Steak Atlanta, etc. Strictly High-Grade ......I.'r (|<*IIINIIIM, and I. nt prrs.'utwlllu.nt e-tll.' .1 a "'. -,".,1,1.. 1'ri... 4
Booked and served aa you want. Come und reIn)' 'I'jikurilw baud fllllll, j ,1'j...'IMt .1t.i-'rs for |IMlrU..,* ..."...... on y':

-. - -- painted china it in l>,--autlful You Three for 25c to $i Each. It U to t bo h do not have to 1'lIy-.JUl-'t tell )'ournelKhborM .. in M-U..H 01.11 .rl, soul t'i l'i M1 i 111-'. .r,
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"lIut1 will tm his
Mr << ,pr- at rv
uholl It. I tout forget to I ".... 'h. .,....1.. IIN t.'"t YI'; Oer siettet;
.Ira at which lh.-r.. will .... strrlrli| ( 1 \Y. up 'u..., whet .. '.r..I.
auk fur niU'lc- fluid| n flee< ami lnlrt tiuK 'I llruur I-
Thy are free. P Miller '!
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Stars C I). lock Of l lul Cty! .11"' O' tlrmo / - - -- t STOVE WOOD

.i w Id. ,y .nu.5is ai.iJ inoit |.. ..rti \VV. CoUfiti ha r.'t .irn-.| r. ,111 .\, ,'
the r.-.l'il'li. whir-- lie .I..t u ( ..iiil. .< of.tlty .
nent cltlz'-iiH of that s -ction of O'HalloranSmokers I f
I'KikliiK iiftr tt.* ln ter.'sie of .4'
State. spent )f* t I .1i.. big folium lMltl Mr (*,"I.I! SS's can $11pplt in tiny'ltllltltlt
WillBe on bUMtn.i... Mr. I", )oV. has a n.'phwatt "" you
son. stales that \V I. fiftY. who his ( t'rmn (1114t1'ttll "
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tiding Mi i Tvb *au' achottlMr : \
I. I--!! inannKf ..f tli," lams vary .ur -
f
: and Mrs: J l> S.r.-.I! and I c ..fully for the |..ut two or thr**.. ? tip ....,r
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''hab\l of Sillnburv N r. are In the "*-.UfI. |hA. .!<*-ut-i| I.> return tn Tr*>n- .
t'tlr prlrr -1..1, (, I. \. II. k11AIJltr.
!frlty; Mrs Sur\\OIld'l is a .'Ut r of Minn ton hi. former barns. w lucre he* will -- I

i Kate 1'C\nl"fi", a frlt..*i of Mss.. I Hand-Made I again .iiie aM" In farmlnic. The (*ol.,.tij i
. I II" GAINESVILLE: TIE COMPAI
Irene :MrCrrary. who .|wut .*\ 'ra'' l ..... loti
> >" < nt Arr slondr| will In future .
"u-('k.i with :MlM M CrenrJ ,.n h.r I I Best for 5c. j! l I.. In tkstrr* of II II Alki-n of Mr.o If'" I'".,. \.. 4.Aalcfiua ,

Closed trap u .r. .ud U.t )...r |.> who U al., a fl lx-tcnt ,...."

:1'n have ttcur9l' the a.,",,ry for I. IIIC"r County Abstract (SlI ;
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Orlno laxative J'ntlt $yrup. the pew . .
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laxative that tnnXe th. liver lively For Over. Bl ty Year ".... w .._.e. I.,.. J. W 'U.ao1N VIM ,;:
All purifies the brwatb rwr" headache: t!! Mr \.1" a K<..,thlruC Htr'i, h.. < .. II .,. i_ N.y'f.__ ,
'an.S regulates the dlnenUw oncan" : C. W. Bartleson Co. t_.ii n...-.l fur rhl..r.. ..'. .-H'.hC 'It UAlMtVIM\ ..;. H.A. 3

Auk 16" t, ...".th... n... (chili ...,ftr... U.. run ;
rhronlr enusUpaUUII
Cure
Il.lrtbsl.r.; w. do ati .ulu.lve Atnitrmrt hearse
Co. all.\,. all fMiln ntr.'w wind' I e 'n. I Iis
about It J. W. McCoIKim: I with factiltlee fo* imparting
t \ .. lh" b..l rVntedr f. T ,liar-,, ... 'n'orrruMUm
DayTHURSDAY Mm J C lIaia. *..4 )*by of .\lath Jac.jonvi-le, Florida liar and all Unda roncwrnlnar AUcbtM the Title

ua wcr1 In the city y.-..til'4an.1. O'MaMoran Smokers. M.nd Made. All bua jn.a trsa.aetiii prose ptjy. .

':.; the da;' with reiat.s: Th-> a. r.arompanl.'I >- -_. . ,. - -
home by Mrs Y rr J amore .
and I..t.tlr' 'I'Qf1C ..onrrark JAS M .' VHAM.IV .1:0.t. I(lYDf, V.4.f', t' 'r' ..' ,K C..I.) .., U.E GRAI I A%t, A-', G./hirr.. t

..r Jer..tll. wbt. ).'ueie,

them her They will k. KM. of
NATIONAL FLA.
FIRST BANK GAINESVILLE
Mr and Mrs Ifalto for 1M nest f.wl : ,

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Amonc tb, jM-tx.la.*.t out .>f
1..lItebo .i>*tit yesterday .a ('*'1)' II --J_

Till was W U Ja-ko :.. of

Baird Hardware tb. oldest and twist pr.mtm''ate1Ua.ae ; We Offer Unexcelled Facilities and Up-to-Date Methods of BankiiPUOMIT

>> of Areb )II' Jac'klWJlQ ststssthe

fartw'rs In a ma>oclty of ras.'e are I roritTKors: ( KM.IAHIJw( solicit Your itu4trl....
.still holding their cottoo for better :
... bit.otwtttutsasdins thM use.tlloht .
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;i av ,. ces ( .at.rewMrkaMr ...1. I Farr r.r ii .ralt ,AR.wat iN :,t+fi.Rt 11 >ioM rn.. CrtiS -.C..pu-w

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