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citaitriait, eivit, aeq mas aite d ~oporvts
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d~nood advisehh' li~.~t i Boti!11rd
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chull 5bsav 4x..-omsbii. s'.'aer to make all
WIIaVPY*IU 1I,'aimel s'iisnditurla tinder
this e'dlchol"s't .Whinh soval ecu t I
thas Tint o11etlr id el I)Mllats, hut shall
I*-& ill 01nIr'.tgo 9'I' 1eallHisamdrsd Pill.
Niys mnd lier tie' ~hue last at "umaposeble
kvicor, .a9t4111. as ohuirwiom. dius(I by
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N wandt shI I have' amidr, atrvi tho rWh4
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d11 m'rw11"l Oif maaiearoli) s shall be
6pe'O.0 All c'rdlit:ontlaosid port of
Offltlsneell in onflhtC twith this ordl.
"itiiamt owlie aretij 1rts1eal.'d,
8- 21 That th a nidinence osha'l
take elr t irn'(i n, dst-y iapmsits pea
sea spd apprmlval by t Majyor.
Ponod In ops'im wmeiran n ofRhe Cily
(?rnl oI l on Ih6 4 t 11 4of 4pliuv.
btr, A.P. 1905I AW .0 I18H MAN,
Pnr. mIo S rP", ttm'#&I0a L (J1ieasl.
Atti-st J 7 4 )K0.M Clirkr
Appmw 'y moe @nom this th day of
Boptember, A. I) 19A
0, K. RK00MYE,
Auttst: J. M DEIL, Uoluerk.
Notice of Election.
Under and by vIrtae of the power
ad authority vetogd In me, 1,U. K.'
IWen...A'wag Mayor of the Clts
I O I M "ee v .Fll l a id s, 4o h oer .
ri l a special eletift to be held
sai My on the loth day of o.
A D 190. for the pu ofao
= 116grsh &M qusatlon of no IYs
of athe bands of paid Ciss S tohOw
macrof__ r IS l NlDR)IP 11.
utinxzq 30e o80rna
DR. DaVERE B. MORRIS,
O~ce over Maroum o4el'eiq. I'bunhq .2 r
J, A. CARLISILE,
ATTORNEY Ar LAW
And 4Solicitor in Equity
SZagle, Ooovelancaig and Qm..
0 Al busluem promp-s1y
Wo, Offlae n#Lt dooaras,.
O G&.NNOTL, FLORMt
51 VrT LAW,
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VOL. XXV. NO. 2t)
Plan General Cleaning Up of
City on October 14 and 16.
SPREPAR4NG FOR THE PRESIDENT
r1he Public Schools Are All Open and
the Attendance Ia Good-The Situa.
tion eo Surrounding Country Is De-
New Orleans, Oct. 4.-Up to noon to.
there were 21 new case of yel.
w fever and two aeatha.
New Orleans, Oct. 4-Cloudy weath.
r continues here and more rain is
predicted, but the fever situation is
ily mending and the fesar that a
g spell of rainy weather would cause
&a appreciation In the number of cases
.abd the changes of temperature affect
wthe sick adversely have not been reaL
The explanation 14 found in the re-
ef*eetivejesa of the precautions agalnat
In addition to the public schools,
baltf a dozen private schools and col-
leges have opened, and all the others
will be open by the end of the month.
Dr. Warner has called a meeting
1b r Wednsday night of all the heads
of the volunteer organlatlons to plan
the general clpl-up for Oct. 14 and 15.
The aim in dart of this work is to
show the president a reasonably clean
IPurther advices are received by the
scess of Dr. White's trip In the au.
gar parishes. There is a shortage
*of 10,000 laborers In the felds, and it
is expected that Dr. White'i work will
be of material assistance to the plant.
era in making up the defleeney.
Prospects Grew Brighter.
With centers of foci being wiped out
aew cstes falling in number, the list
of sick being reduced and the drat.i
roll showing no appreciation, the fe-
ver situation is taking on a tbrtht r
aspect every day, both as to the city
One death occurred yesterday in
the wiole outside of New Orleans. and
there is a shrinkage in the number of
-poitU favorable to President Souchon s
leggestion of lifting quarantines or
.at leat making considerable modlflca
9lm of them by the middle of the
moath, or perhaps a week later, and
U the Improvemeat here is maintain
-ed there will probably be many com-
nsitlee willing to take the risk. of
Railroad oflctals are receiving la
4lrlea an to toe possibility of excur
tOsa Ilnto the city at the time Of the
preifdest'a visit. the date for which
hrtag bes esteaded two days. makes
It more probable that at the time of
eos coeag the fever will have been
raetag wiped out.
I mam se atio of LoA1laa11 frost
am& os has ep -
4d S list 49 She epulic acd esraft
-in" he the epmlag day. With four
d- Ikdunk the fto wer w1m t.5
t1K VW OWBet 94W 0..TUe shw.
fte Is good w" a sm me to vbw
-00 ft that ther re wo o eay
vwwo ow of wwa. wbut IN me Olt
G Pula" k9" peg n do aft
of tows, dawhilt ot o theit
do stas h orhe two m.
togf Offuhir ldrs a te i "low
the mw l mfthe sths16
EmSl 011w Eael s3 totrt
ftemme o f pIme uoses ShU m
tal o umo w hewel be=
In the sewo de*@ Il AW
bomal rrJw I
mbas Saul-r s-~- fite
e 0 ado a s
stem eO h am*@=" me hne
4d o~kaol l -r 11 a" 0
sa Saw -he-
$or %r b o
of these rights. We are not yet readyi
to destroy the states and make of this
government one great centralized pow
er without any political subdivisions.
We nave been drifting that way until
the near approach to an Imperial gv.
ernment is baomlng alarming."
Three Now Cano at Nachez.
Natchez. Oct. 4.--hree new cases
reported this morning, one white and
two negroes. One of the cases is a
new focus and is In a thickly popu.
lated block. Total foci. 34. Total
cases, 111. Two patients were dis.
charged from the hospital today.
A FOOLISH BOYISH ESCAPADE.
ls the Way Attorney Levy Talks
About Ferged Securties Case.
New York, Oct. 4.-A-ss Katherine
Leonard, sister of Harry A Leonard,
the young-man who confessed to the
theft of more than $36,000 worth of
securities from the National Otty bank.
declared today that young Leonard was
the victim of another man and that he
wa trying to protect the man and a
woman. Milu Leonard declared that
she had given the woman's name to
the police and that she believed the
unrestored portion of the securities
was placed in a safe deposit vault by
the woman. Miss Leonard said:
"I don't know the name of the man
who has used Harry a his tool, but
I do know the woman."
Miss Leonard denied the police story
that part of the securities was found
In the Leonard home.
Lawyer Abraham Levy has been re.
trained to defend Leonard.
After a long talk with the prisoner
Mr. Levy said that he was satfled
that there was no criminal nltent oa
the part of young Leonard, and that
the whole affair was a foolish boyish
"Wben the young man is arraigned,"
said Mr. Levy, "I will make the cona
tentloa that there was no criminal
Intent and think I will be able to coon
vlnce the court of that fact."
Mr. IAevy waa he senior counsel for
REVEALED HIDDEN GOLD.
Daughter of Mlaer Told Her Lever
Where the Wealth Was.
San Franclico. Oct. --The mystery
of the dtlisape'arance of $11.006 a )tar
ago from a crrok In which WillIam
8comitz. an aged painter, had buried
the savlngs of years to the collar on-
d,,r his home at 741 O'Parrll street.
haa Ieen cleared by the coatlbetoe of
his daughter, Miss Louaa Sebamlts.
and the arrest of Blward Ordero, to
whom she betrayed the boarding place
as a result of her infatuation ad his
Miu Schmltz left her hame some
time ago whea her parent objected to
the atteatklor of C ordere. upo dIo
covering that he was a married ma.
Re says that she disyod to him the
bldlag place of her patrest' gold ae-
der street of threats ag as her 1U.
Oordero. she maya. Ially beis to
absea her, ad he rtersed to her
abLr'e boae and made adeta breat
of the whole salar.
Odeme has bee arrested ad tr
ar la jaill here Imdlaga a Iavs111
gatios i his cosectte with theo
Doar". o. 01 Oct. 41-4o bomb"
emoloyee of the Maus"mauk an5e
her compw wee so d Sht ate
bad bes diachrgs wham they
so ow we o reo 1saoww of
Gdiem to j do *the dmeib t the
Typagraphiehi uslasbheas seOA~se:
isv in the pd@iatg depstmi t tU
~eay educe all Oeglsyee to Ist
pws ftote amonehli sow
a 40a"to so &"roo mb be em
omw officsk an Oem lb. lob.,
I". litmobgadwe thee.vue
bOW to ot tead the mestia.
,EM lm mde. Opt. 4.-.sW baa
I00 motbored il Save. Be 010
bwf seug td the -i6 atto
I M~gftw Mue Ammesiss
Me 6rNow mmailo mb"d
bmwae"The tv"WNow m hu
as em doofonm sof 0e
8 4d qb
BANDITS HOLD UP
Express Car is Blown Open aud
Safe is Bob.,)d.
EXPRESS MI&MOqER IS INJURED
Three Men Ceoeuted the Hold-Up
and Got Into the express Car-Two
Boys Who Were Rid.ng on Blind
Baggag Were Arrested.
Portland. OrM, Oct. 4 A speclil to
the Oregonuan from 8L' ;1Stl sa n)& ta.
the Grtuet Northera uheriaud train
was held upaad the tha&K.4 ge and cx
press care dynamited Iatll i mile vastt
of Mile Post 10, about :, tllle' frro
Ballard, at 8:41 p. m.
it was 11 o'look befo,-w the train
pulled In Dlmuads, and ihel 1most1 mc
ger news sent to the lohal office,
ThVee men are ktown to have dloun
the work. Two boys, who iot on the
t)lind baggage here as soon as the
hold-up began, entered the passenger
coaches and begas holding up the pas.
singers. They were ca*litured.
They say two oa the, niii were on
the blind baggage whln they got on
and that tae third mi on at Itallard.
All were dressed In rainlouts and had
slouch hate on.
So far as reported, no one has twen
killed, but- t i report, that Charles
Anderson, the express iIoessenger, is
Manager Waring, of the G;rrat North
ern Express company. -ai la It night
he did not know the lnte'utt of tau
safe, but believed it ad.e a small sum
After securing the conitnts of the aftl
the three men started off In an easterly
It is believed that other miemerlr of
the rang are ahead of the scene ,of the
hold-upj anl thee rolblers joined t.'nim.
The train was standtiiR Iiear (the
brick yard. and as the eniitfri *Ilow.
ed up two Il1 nii with rimtlr.hainl it;lnlbled
over the ttrndtr and prei' itild itevel
vers to his lieud. Whten ihe train
stop'pil thet, IKisae and iptI. xn car
was incoul,' d1 by one of hI, oletwlbir.
and the engineer iuvlted Ito pull a.itad.
whlnb he dil for several hundred
yards, when he' was again tcotl,randed
Two of the robbers then Jiumped off.
maklag the engllaer anad fireman do
tae same and all marched to the bag.
gage car d4
a mmanded to open the door and re
ifasag. aa extra heavy charge of dyna.
mite was put against t ad e ielred,
TIe explosko tore the ear almost to
pI6ees. The safe was thea dynasmlted,
The train was delayed two boest
sad a half. aad thl pulled INtV 1.-
mads, maktag a brief report before
proesedlag to werett,
Te two bore clali tIhy sever m
the be1t4ps uatil tbey got e the tral
d are lo so wa easeeoed wito
their wort The a to bolde th
-am-- ra ocenrred to thm after the
Mrlr Sith Bha tarted lt wtr
e the reobers oe asged a
aSr tae ta a at be"l A had hbe
Mref am M trWIa mg aaltlyp
18a to bId'm1 tih MINeWM. hTWI
"h a #Gmas. atevatagle d
tIe Uslmrtr o thel ,p-- wan*
lt -ibag was ui- as "sostase.
Tse aes. whe ga toIa -ma a
'bI* IkAred dYi l md ili, ew
m I jal mt l, S Aa s-sep at
m-omf es-4g ) h ree t fts ai
We Mae s t rd srlem *** t
Bet a nietaf ta of wle
Oft lIdaslet b O tw ie
S Pp. I
~.rclk pt Z ?L !
man has rettiretl from the position of
general pas*ernKgr agent of the South.
ern Paciflv cm;npa*ny aLfter many years
of acthl' aervlce. It is announced that
no oue %ill Ie' appointed ito hle'k.djl
him, the dutit's of his office to be di-
vided Ibtween Assistant ('tienrnl Pas-
aenger Agruts nlorsbaur, Ikmualkton
REVENUE OFFICERS INDICTED.
Over Ninety Cases Are Brought Be-
fore United States Court.
Grevnsboro, N. '.. Oct. 4 -Tohe fed
eral curt. Judge J. K I .~ l prrliling,
Ceoavened In regular s.sneton here.
Special Intervet attArtchs to thin turni
by in~rson of the fact that ,ver 9t' cas'.s
involving revenue (tffierr atre to leI
tri d,. toe ntii' Ihlnixrta:nt of w l('h are'
the cas~evs against. (;W. 4 Sutel, 1 It.
H. liarden, Starkey liar, 1.41. Divl.,
G. it \Walker, J. W. Ilaty anti A. ('
Bryan, former reventa nffrtc'rM, charge
ed with conspiracy aith fllstillers to
defraud the government out of large
sums of Uiunney These imen were In.
dicted at the recent special terms of
federal court at Greotenl,ro, anti are'
all out under heavy bIonhs Th town
Is filleil with lawyers. altneisas and de
No canse tried' in this stite,' in .earn
have elicited as mich interest la tnesem
In his charge to the Krand jury .ludge
Boyd t(oxk (wcra'lon to sharply repri
mand the snte'riffl of Willke'sn. viil.on
and hinyth counillh fMr allowing fI,.
eral prisoners undue iprvllegrsa, Is) Ing
that federal prisotn'r w ,re no better
than state prisoner=
QUARANTINE AGAINST STATE.
Georgia Puts Up Bars Against Stat
Atlantal,O<)i 4- 4-lorgla on yester
day eiltablished a quarantine IagMItas
the entire pnate of Mlismasipp., throusl
an order 1isoie'd by Prshildent WIIt I'
WlVstnoreland and Serertary H V
Harrls. of the stare Ixard of health.
Owing lt the spread l yellow fevoi
In varlniM n ertlion o(f Misslsiplpi I
was dl --nled advlrlablle tlo Inchlld, th
unfllire .Isiml in th,- quarantlne, whihc
IA tit) e ni a11t ()(orgla's quarantine, in
sIPr(ctors on Oith varlio linrn tof rail
nred were mo InstIrutrled
'arglaTbita has her'Tetiffre quarantnet 4
agalll t sarescal criie lad rountles In
IMlIlsIppl. hut the dlseae bas pr-ead
to other point, and In order to Insire
perfelt s alft) and avoid eoofuasiu. I
quarantine against the entire stall
was deemed adv liable.
It is thought probable the Georgil
ulaaartuis cam be raised some IIm
about the middle of Oetober. The SIr
frost la this lsate easily con.e b
twe Oet I 11ad M0. ad It is be
lieved that ooadltlea abot I(Mt t
will warrant a rJalea of tbhe warl
TROOPS TO PROTECTl M NEO,
Te 0GeV Ordrf Owt Militia I*
lom ta". Te., O1. 4 --overawo
Lasha took p lUve auso and or
d*sed he two mit ftWl pa0ae from
i1t e Ito IasJ TII order are as
Wt. The latWes egnto ebem aSse
m taM the swm N U h (Jbems, ha
mO be" eegMil. though teI tralle
ane glU e-Mma.
It le believed th the ofrlers aMs
tevo th Se t Ii h4lo ng aad I'W ihe
trop have beo ntn to t eart Mehe
Otbes to Houstoe. *'ef Ithere tI
A4jaa fnt(sr t kurry has orde
o Ital rala tor h b.ea'f aesd b
'a fre Ast(le 'aa rl et4aad,.
Tbe a6 bau wrar4 #be rrUtd-
9t0 grerly and to b io webeer-d ea.
WM1to. ae a rweel) ,ef 'ie beeltea g9-
es bIrI P.lruI i a:lbt sad NdlW 4I
tleep sad fo *iarV twrsa, MeesI Oa
O .. i0,o1r- b thls time
9- -- **l A' 'f,04 4 NW rr<
gelfet" of Pye Mo At
Meh saaed ISftI fP s -iuLm4
*%I trely 4r a t# .I.apfem Cbas
Ibv of mte Kaegb.s #4 Ptm Of ofthe
Wiuet4 c AMSs '1ited a meSC4ia 1O f
upero r. 41-ra to 6 be hew
Ifteeessom' W ra (w 1$ e eu
I si SAOel m w5I@R r oute e toe
fob"f" r-',*to 4 to a ebaeuo
10 t6e 0Ow. & 9i .RcS eeee
of bI~tv asearPmwos sot he
0" FAWS" M -- ,
PubliShed Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday
Lt -- r __ __ ... . .. . + -
tlsCe .la .
North at olitia
IndilatiTSire it wY.
Olaeoliem .n .
Thei crop estimating board of the
4ureaua of staslltics for the department
of uKa: iclture flada front the reports
of the rcorirepondeot and agents of
the biurcau that the average coe dittoe
of colon onm Spt. k1 was 71.3. aU 0oo.
pared alth 72.1 oft Aug. i. W10, 7.,1
on Sept 25., 1914, 65.1 on Sept. 44,
19O'). Una, a lten yesl ar sragv of 6,L
SHOT BY HIGHWAY RO IR08 ;
I Farmer !e Attackel by a Neore ea
A Prominent Alanta Street.
h Altlants., it I John lIA111 was W ha
In theo thilKi ani hil on the head by a
negru hllh*a)riumn while crosalng the
P' ster trb Ir t adilct a fe'w iiiliiutles af.
Ster II o'rlock last nisht
n The negroni made hlr e swale Ilen
Swas sent to the (lrady hioaplal.
Mr. lAmig is a farmer Hie lIves
Ia fw mlllais suth of West Ind.
S After being attacked by the robber,
Mr. la sg was **** by a peloemaa,
I oho, thinking he was drulk, and tall
I Ita a fake story, brielItt him to tih
pulled stalaki. Inveolilatwe reveiJoe
Ite fat hat Itht had ubats ll the
lauries he told tf. and Immdlatoely
I A asabulanec was rumimosed sad the
mn tst It the readyy hospital.
lAng bhad ot r 100 on ahe pIars
whea searrhed at the statkis baom
Theb uppe"tlnitea is that be aeallast,
kanwi~ng this. lay Is wait for hil4
and when he failed to realer hll I
asarelous by striking bi oa the bo
New Yohorkh, et. 4-The IrtIy4f
asasal esev-ltols of the Ktallemw
Whoeasale rlggstes w aseoese bp
Presldet NM cX y rptr .la algbI
with a orePttIo at the eltei Ater.
Itw ea Ito ** sd tree Luads d o
ber were presat Tbe m ellll
el arWllrs~a ts ad ea4 ertwaIl
me n mpioted te W)am h& Wb
datY mowtlag Tbr% o aK bhma
Imot ng wll I,, b4ld today. 0B69
Will be- swt-d probably lbe I- 4o
eo the s i" aIt *sa Marat o y fr
hat plAabs ly Shea" l- Ual
aIto l hess *erbeoea tbl1 II ss
Oe14 bo I *n r et rt of Lte lttoe
so uprtarlry me4ritae,
M Pam, Tea o.Ot 4 Jeba AliJr
Ltw ad "Mbed T It V% nfaa r aabo
tie ApoIle ehrob. of1 me onfem
kh ml efre I daY Owew to s e o
am p"Oadle pa'&'"ft irnedry te
use II I it r, r r&o D" .
it b" baaLL rhos o.P.l l r' his r faula
bie IV W&*J 41 '6I 4 .,,t IQ 1See hi
a o Wr ith I-- t,,'1 tar bahe
"-<*al P?* -1 Is utw P, y PrWell,'f
eM bW i1l ji &. .* A : ha#11 eW
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Condition ot Cotton Crop On
BUREAU OF STATISTICS RIPORTl
Government's Estimate is Shown by
Reports from Agents and Correspoe
dents-Tab' Gives Averages for the
Past Ten Years.
\\hb hil!t on, *t i) 1 i /,owinl
bulletlu ol i ilI' tecoillin 1 il t I ll. cotlou
crop was tiu'eittd I) Ih' to1 d i 'e rutin t eit
amrlciiltur, at nuxin loda :
Tule fullo ltr ttalle showA the con-
dition of the cotton crop by statMe on
Sept,. .'6, w it.h ternyear average:
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSl.AY, OCTOBEIK 5. 19)0
: 600 soad StI by Mayor
Thomas for Violating Law.
A VERY DAMAGING WITNESS
Alfred Davis 8~ore He Bought Liquor
S un1day Night from Ed, Which Got
S H l Into Trouble-Gamblers Arrest-
e d aG Gveq Heavy Fines.
Uf' tasbal Pinkoson made another big
,' ,l|'Rjoeda morning, when he arrest-
3s 3Ife2d, colored, upoo a charge of
kg whiskey in a dry county.
E .> was arraignel immediately in tbe
; yer's court. It is said there were
,' )wrsil watneesee, but only one wae In.
I nduoed. This witness was Alfred
I / Dvis,, who earlier in the lessioo was
a*rr agned upon a charge of being
druan kad disorderly and fined $2 0
sad costs. Davis tetlfled that on Sat.
orday night be purchased fro Ed, the
defendant, one plot of rye whiskey, for
which he paid lawful money of the
Us ted S ate. He stated to the court
:' tha thabl pint was what got him into
trsable, as he became Intoxicated from
th e*fete of th oonsents of the bottle.
SWithout further proceeding Mayor
Thmaeae assessed a floe of W00 and
b ela, and in default of payment he
iw remanded to Jail.
SI hbe been several days siloe an ar-
e' of this nature oeeurred. The blind
sug, e are either few and far between
f Gainesville or bth officers find it dif
mlt to capture them. Those who do
f. ta into the elutehes of the law, how.
ever, are severely dealt with, and it is
belleved that Gainoville, on this so-
s at, has fewer morta of this kind
am. h an y other "dry" eity In the State.
A t this esion of the eourt four no-
gr ee, Lam Hotshlnson, 8am Mills,
0l BUy Wlllams and Tom Eppe, were
rl(JIgad 'tr gambling, having been
y Neeasted w..ie In the midst of a game
lo "ole"ki In a 1vassan house on West
L IUnrty street. They were flood $30
ami matO each. Oliver Thomas, who
WM i the house at the time of the at-
gtO, but who was not in the game, was
spoa payment of ooee.
Ikuas aseasad it this oourt a-
nearly IX., which was roo.
a rasher good day.
Seved i4is Life
bateapert, Wla.o, Ky., writes,
I 4, 1 a "I want to toll you I
'sI s 8now Litalaan saved
SI undeadr the treatmentof
dt01 Mw, sad they told me one of
im ge ws *entirely gone, and the
badly affected. I also had a lump
to Side. I don't think that I eoold
llved over two months longer. I
lMooe*d by a friend to try Ballard's
lIdreant. The first applloation
oe g ireat relief; two flfty sent
W eseured me soad and well. It is
J`eWnderfal o(naime and I recommend
S*0eeSdriagl humanlty." Sold by W.
DIg Cletteon Gins.
etwilthlteading the faot that there
g aBnomero rtiles selling what are
B rI* Imprroed ottne gins. H. F. Dout
e M& Oo. of this city, without any ap
S e9NMM *ort., have cold all the D0ig
S eweo d *las that wore manufastured
- by a e this* eason, also one whole
IhI that they have had in oae la their
o glm aery, all giving perfect satie-
S an1y of thee aliar have one to dif-
St aust partS of Ueorgia and also to
P e lte io and OOba,ordered through
t MIdIoae Manftacturing Compaly
his n state, whih hasu large inter-
S i to Prsto Rico. Mr. Talkber. who
bIl sir aent, is operating their rlae
ge-ry ad tie the Doil rin the
pnatese over all other.
On Bb 0 isOuttmg Teeth
Sete o ad uoes that old and well-
e rod reedy, Mrs. WiLslow's Sooth
Mg lyrup. fe o bildrea tething. It
OaMheS the halid. softmam the sume,
miaUDl Baem.m ee wI, olie aod is
:e fte amd h dtirHoea. Tweo.
:6. w AMHOC, Ar.
,lqmd nm 'e o onr~
What lnset, If ay. ar trouble-
"Addrss H. 8 &rve, R. F. D. No.
1. athneville. Fi. "
It was, to all her trie.r, au aems.
hlng 1eide that t un .. B. Hat of
Lime Ridge. Wis. r Owed et he
drmdful siekaem. "Dooton.*'" s
write, "hed teesa me u totIee
were redy to bid me the e lea well
ebowd of despaesirde ed ms haerim,
and I wm aWe aw hes keoLmed **
podsey,. when I be- as i Bse
rie Blhere tee my M meAl Ma
-ad lver emoplal Tas. le mgtw
Iome of all. I ws beeMA "
Sreaseswo le a e
uunei -Im (; M48 1=1
* .. `~t
M no" Iwo=^ JL..koAf
-the old story, told times
without number and repeated
over and over again for the
last thirty years. But it's
always a welcome story to
those in need of strength and
health. There's nothing in
the world tlhat stops wasting
diseases as quickly as Scott's
We'lls md ye a emple, fre
SCOTCrT OWNr, 4.9 Parl Stm, New York.
PROF. BflINSON'8 DEPARTURE.
Expects to Make His Departure Today
to Take Up Other Work.
From Tuesday's Daily Sun.
Prof. J. It. Bribom, who for the past
few years bh been the effoient ain
struetor in the business department of
East Florida Seminary, especte to
make his departure this morning for
Winter Park, where he will assome a
similar duty at Rollins Oollege.
Prof. Briseon is undoubtedly one of
the fnlest bueloess instructors in the
South, and under his able direction
that department of the Seminary was
kept at a high standard. Whil e re-
grewt rery much the neceesity of re-
moving, he feels consoled in the fact
that he will be associated with one of
the best schools in the country. He
atieJlpates returning to Gaineeville
when the University buildings are com.
plated, and that nstitution is opened
The family of Prof. Brinson will re-
maia in Gainesville for some time,
which' will be pleasant news to their
STATE or Om, City or Toimno,
LuCAB COUNTY. I
Frank J. Cheney makes oath at he
Is senior partner of the firm of P. J.
Obeney A Oo., doing business in the
OCty of Toledo, county and dtate sfore.
said, and that amid firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for eaeh
sad sevry ease of catarrh that cannot
be ored by the use of Hall'' Ostarrh
Oore. FRANK J. OnaBYr.
Sworn to before me and subeeribed
4n my presence, this 0th day of Decem.
ber, A. D. 1888. A. W. GLINAsoN,
(8aAL] Notary Publie,
Hall's Oattrrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, and aets directly on the blood
amd mucous surfaoee nf the system.
Send for teatlmonials, free.
F J. CHNIBY A Co Toledo, ).
Sold by all drurgists, Tic.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti.
Important to Pecan. Growers.
There is no branch of fruitage that
is attraeting more attention at present
that the coltlvation of peeans, and H.
8. (Iraves of the iety, who is vice-prea-
Ideat for Florida of the National Nut
Growers' AeoelaJon. is deeiroos of
*eeurins facu in regard to this branch
of fruit growing, as the following para-
Iraph will show:
"To Nut Growerm.-At the cnminl
meeting of the National Nut Growere'
Assoetlaion, to be held at Dallas. Tx.
as, this fall, I am expected to report
on the proepete of the nut erop for
the tatoe, partleolarly peeae. It will
be of mUoh value to the aoeoeiatioa
and the not mrwlnl industry, as well
as a great help to me In makan report,
If all thoa having uet trae t bearlag
will aend me a prw l eaurd anmwerlg the
folloewia quoetiems a fully as poelble:
"Number aad kind of nut sees in
"If bodded or grafed tree, of what
"The erop pro t to date?
AttJdaM Wu Vsry hnfsrag-
ig fr tt Day d Tm.
406 PUPILS WERE ENROLLED
The Enrolltent Will be Increased from
Time to Time, and Indcation Are
That the School Will be a Urand Suc-
cos sa Oomlen Year.
The tUalverelty High Sehool opened
In this oei on Monday and there ws a
very favorable attend nes for the open.
ion day, abe eamollment abowlae a to*
ato of 410, whUe there were 96 Ia he
high school, many coming from outside
the eily sad ooonty as well. It Is quite
videnti that there will be many more
added to the list in a few weeks, and it
looks as thoouh our oity whools were
xgain to be a grand suoeeu the oomlnl
The buildit Is overtaxed and it has
been soaggeted that the Seminary be
smeored for the present needs. In some
of tih elases there are from 80 to 80
stadenta, while the revelation room
have not room for more than half that
amber at this time, with a probability
of Dnmeroeradditions.iu a few weeks.
Full of Tragic Meaning
Are theoe linoe from J. H. Simmons
of Osey, Ia. Think what might have
resulted from his terrible oough If he
had not take. the medielae about
which he write: "I had a fearful soogh
that disturbed my night's rest. I ried
everything, but nothing would relieve
It, until I took Dr. King's New Pi)sov-
cry for eoasomptlon, eooghe and eolds,
which completely roared me." Instant-
ly relieve and permanently sores all
tbrostand losq disease; preventegrip
and pneomonla. At all drosglets;
,loranteed; 60o and $1.00. Trial bot-
tle free. ___
DEATH OF WEALTHY MAN.
Frederick Rindge, Brother-in-Law of
A recent isse of The Los Angeles
(OClifornia) Times eontalne a page and
a half illustrated write-up of Frederiek
Rindge, the millionaire, who died in
his summer home, Yreka, Oal August
20th, leaving a fortune of $2.000,000 to
his wife. D*ecased also left vast es-
tates n Oalifornls, all of which are
left to his wife.
Mr. Riadge was a brother-in-law of
Mrs. John Whitiel of this aity, having
married her sister many years ago. He
was reported to be the wealthiest man
in that State.
Cures Winter Cough.
J ER over, 101 North Maio street,
Ottawa. Kan., writes: "Every fall it
ha been my wife's trouble to eatels a
severe sold, and therefore to oough all
winter long Last fall I got her a bot.
tle of Horehoond Syrup. She used it
and hae been able to Ileep soundly all
nolht long. Whenever the euogh rrou-
blee her, two or three doses etop the
eouih, and she is able to be up and
well." e, 80 and 1. Sold by W. M.
MEETINo OF COMMISSIONER.
County Boerd Met Monday to Receive
the Tax Booka for 190.
Fr ,m Tsedayt's Deily 8us.
In eompiUance with the law relgo
leasil same, the Heard of Ooonty Comn.
minetoorre of Alsebhoa county eou-
veied yeaterdy for tbe pfrpue, of re.
eeilng the tax boaks for the year
After the traseatkie of thle bot*-
n-g ee* buard adjiurmed to Itre raglar
seeekto, wtrieh wll be heM stday.
Who would keep thIr eobUdrn la
eud health hoold wateol Mr the rems
samptaom of worms, and Iemame them
wih White'a Crmam YeVruWsl I It
the OiMe-'e bees teat. lItedl-
oetlas at work iM the6 held dire
them feed, aWd they p--a aeaUhy
ad etAs. USM by W Whea.
..eAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS..
uie Soda later, all glairn, Giger il, Root aid BicH Beer, Cider, Kt
wrtse for pes. C ad bottles are not old. but must be returned.
We have just flinhed taking stock, and find that we
are ver*-toeked In some lines..
For the Nxt 16 Days
We are going to offer some
BIB VALUES for SPOT CASH
Everything will te marked in plain figures.
Now ik your chance to furnish your home
Watch for our ad this week.
Yourn4 fo)- honest treatment,
FM "k howLeON" w m
M W4~ !5
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A SU TRUDY
IN WEST END
William Hines wt His Death at
Hands of Lester Kirby.
THE KILLING WAS ACCIDENTAL
The Two Young Men Were Hunting
Hogs, When Gun Was Accidentally
Discharged, Causing Death of Hines.
Young Kirby Was Distracted.
A sad tragedy occurred near Frank-
land, in the West End. the informa-
tion of which reached this city yester.
day. This tragedy eoae Wm. Hinee,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Hines, his
life, although it wa purely an acci-
dent, and no one regrets the eadhffair
more than the person in whose hands
the gun was held.
Loeter Kirby and Wm. Hines, two
prominent young men of the neighbor-
hood, were in the woods hunting hop.
They were trailing a narrow path
through the hammock, Hines in the
lead, with pieces elevated, when in
tome nameouontable manner the gun
in the hands of Kirby was discharged,
the eootents taking effect in the back
of Hines' bead. killing him instantly.
Distraeled with grief, young Kirby
rushed to the nearest house, stating
what had happened. He was accom-
paned to the scene, when the ghastly
eight eamr near causing the young
man at whose hands Hines had met
his death to falht. It was clearly a
ease of accident, however, as the young
nten had been firm friends since early
childhood, and the Jary rendered a
vearlit of acidental killing.
The funeral of the unfortunate vic-
tim was held from his home, Rev. L.
B. Thomas olfoiating.
Tbls sad aeeident has east a gloom
over the entire section in which the
parties are known.
Plans to Get Rich
Are often frustrated by sudden break-
lag down due to dyspepeia or constipa-
tion. Braes up and take Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They takeout the ma-
terials which are slogtIinr your ener-
les and give you a new start. Cure
headsaeh and dissiness too At all
drag stores; 26e. guaranteed.
Uri.: oCo~tikjI &1i05 '
MEETING OP P HOOL BOARD.
Urge Volume f ainess Came Be-
fore the MbteM Tuesday.
LW CLIAUN A largo vIlurn* of birt 0 1 1 iseme be-
fore the Board of Public I .triieitieo i at
3BDKUI. TIlE tie rt*. Iir nthly me,*ris 'I'~. inby.
14'gSAC M trIy h0,4,r ik the in %o? .I v
&trlWkl tk 1ni u R i I Wea nd1i: 1 k oi i txpd,
Ireompri-iusg R BWelt. I A. Doke
!xiid W.J Mirtiti with Outt3J. L..
The Inventor of the famnoupt mit. Kelley, were prvont.
RELL SCRAPE." a man known %her- Therv was a Itreat deal hssaIveis to
It. C.A a11, h~m at A IF111
ever plows are sold and noed, sbri:
"I have and WMO=`Ys LEW'l,
MI4XIR for O o r1 Teor in lur
family r %W te a s li Hver and kiti-
Dem. and WOd it hIs0e beat medicine I
bave eyevei ls&Wu a sure tqw-
alde for pauI t" the bk or under the
dhoulderI have resflended it In
numerous Cases tom Workmen. when
dek and maeb1e to waft and it ban Ia-
ways ivea perfeet SatsWfaclc. H. U.
TERR9KLL, Prdeiit Utata I Plotw
kOZLXY'S LEMON ELIXIRO
Death at Hampton.
From Tuesday's ;)&l Sun.
etimir i -'lslrer iP o ii, pirmtrus
throughout the soeaty sI~ kiln appealed
for onle thing ramtbher, ait all left
The board showel Its |pir-ciationot
a good thing by appopritintig $100 to-
wards the Indetrlal Edition of The
Son, 20,000 onpligf which will be Ies
sued in NovembrS ad distributed at
the State Falr and ellewhtrT. This t di-
tion, which will be baindlomely printed
and profusely illostated. Ill contain
a compote histoly of 1ti schoolss of
Alachua county from the tine of the
inauguration of the public c schooll as-
ter niany years ago. 'IT,* artille will
be compiled in an aethrent al d in er
eating manner, and will cmtain ata
that canust help bet imlr.o-s Many
Rev. J. H. Holbrook, sixty-ive yearsof the temples of kno Ilede' of the
of age.dled at his home at Iauimpto county will be reprudured, which will
Sunday evening of consumption, after i io to illustrate the rapid alvaiorment
a lingering illi*e*. made hy Alachea oouity along the
Deceased, who was a brother-in-law lines of rducatlo within thel past few
of Mrs. Perry M. Coloon of this oity,, ears
was born in Alabama, coming to Flor.
ida about fifteen years ago. He was a
veteran of the Civil War, serving faith-
fully in the Confederate oause. He
was a memberof the Christian Church,
and for fnrty years a minister of that
faith. He is survived by a widow, who
is very ill and'not expected to live.
The funeral will be conducted at
Ebeneser Oemetery, Levy county, near
Bronson, this morning, Rev. S. W.Oot-
son of Trenton officiating.
New Cure for Cancer.
All surface eanoers are now known
to be curable by Bucklen's Arniia
Salve. Ja. Walters of Duffeld, Va.,
writes: "I had a cancer on my Up for
years that seemed incurable. till Buck-
len's Arnica tSalve healed It and now it
is perfectly well." Guaranteed cure
for cuts and burns. 26o at all drug
Ahbed a little way.
Buy your Buggy
rnV If Stok be I
We BIy in Car-Lels
Save freight We get inside prices, be-
cause of the quantity in which we buy.
Our Customer geot
more for the money
tha ttoy got *lmo-
where, beamme of thee facts
To. a Good Buyer
It is not how che, but bow mah quality for
th moer Sepca yea yoafu what we
hae to 7Xr. We can as you wsyr-nd
m youa thelt
W. R. THOMAS,
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Don't be Imposed Upon.
Foley & Co., O hicag. originated
Honey and Ter as a thrsti and lungl
remedy, and on Meount of the Igrvat
merit and popularity of Fley's Huney
and Tar many linitatlon iiare offered
for the genuine. These worthless iml-
tations have slllar sounding names.
Heware of them. The ariauine Foley's
Honey and Tar lI In a yellow package.
Aik for it and refuse any substitute.
It is the b* t remedy for cougihe and
oolds. J. W. MeOolluni A Co.
School Progrossing-A Farewell Ser-
mon-Personal and Local Items.
Hawthorn, Oct. 8-Our school is pro-
greasing nioely under P'rof. and Mrs.
Hell and the pupils all sisan to be %well
Julian McRae is at horne after a trip
over the county as meeo,* Laker.
Miss Janie Stringfellw is at home
from a visit to Mrs. Hogan of Waldo.
La*t luidday Dr. Allen preoahed his
est sermon here for this y, ar. We are
sorry to loa him and wish him meeh
lueees wherever he goes.
Mise Clara iharman vriired Il;iinS.-
ville last week. 8he was a uesLtuof her
sister, Mrs W. E. Brown.
Jame ilayn'ie, who has. ten -iting
his father, Kev L 1) Haynor, has alou
We are pleased to note that Mis
Eihel Sharman, une of Hawthorn's
brightest and prettiest young lalies,
w.eufd a fts grade enrtiflete in the
Sr.ptmbor exsminiltnl.. This .*eaks
well for the Halwthorn normal as well
as for MisM Ethel, for she nov.r had a
day's training in any other school. Hhe
is teaehiag at Nostrse ac first astesitt.
Ern n MeKae has ost so s ford,
(ti.. to eter Emory onliee.
We baer tht I)r Skpprell is quite
dok in Mirauppy. hbut hope swo,n to
err that he is well.
rM ubse- M j sLh
Ii. or f^Yrigagi
Auessrl RePort of Load 009a.
on!@es,.trtasesid se a*sed
*Mtn la" s"osd dbuS the eater
ene Septembee tb., IM.
mhomeeseed oae. sinElp
dem; 110 Beal b d *ewIeeJ
uSst 30 soe..26a SS bass.
flods ?Am off". I N K 8s, L5was.
raf lasumer Ic~lad Up71 s af o.e
6W Smod, t"ssed -i g.a 1
u1* ssn; 1116m suB ete.e.
Of 81 eeA
porn .w w soe teC ,o
P poo or fewa k am"pdo
- sumn=bw tmso", Oemb
S- Omg~ a-
bfumpm) *.~~r w.
We Ale ow Ready
TO QUOTE PRICES AND SBlMIT SAMPLES OF
I'or Men, \Woene and Cliildre;.
We ca r,' evervit:yh I're ldy-to-wear atu all
orders will receive plln'tt and careful attention.
1. We send g ols by tlxpress (' ).
to examination before accoltinllg
2 We send tw,) or" three styles ,t
WVe allow Io per c
on CmititiiLt gomis.
(cWit dliscounlit f)cash,
B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.,
TIE IM STORE.
In advertising is to 'convilv:u you that YOU ought to
have a lank account, and that t he acooutnt should be
kept in THIS BANK We offer ABSOLUTE'SAFEY
t) our depositors.
Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
New Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR-PROOF
SAFE. with our Ofcors Bonded, with Fire and Burgler
Insurance, your money and valuable pipsigis re sfe
FOUR PER CENT Interest Paid on Time
'Depusitw. ... .
The BANK of ALACHUA
towing Right to the
There's no w trying to
folnt adulterated whikieis
brandies or wines on the
public. It'll do for awhile
-a very Ahort while. We
have no inclination to at.
tmlpt it even once. We
take pride in the purity of
our stock. 'and our prioa-
measure for measure, qual.
ity for quality-will o a
vince you of the adlvantap
"I of buying here.
Ocala House Wine Rooms,
I ICTHE A1 uc T Mm mIn c., l IK
T%* -I ,g*tes
od a 640 She
Read& re pisowsbmise of 0"r & $et ale he line of
l0nd Twes Ilsh. slee Si FIedf s, eeslaulyl
bo" eha&*o sy.
S~C-A~ "- -~e -r~ren
'~"- o I~d ewrrg PLLs ef fJl1.
Itsese h, Ol~l*~
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sfd Us Your Nat Order for Job Wolk
A Du 367.
I.A esc .1, I
:- '= *
-5 s',,* - -- ? .1~
sogW iab 5b to. T.my
f. H. cCOBEA t/ckiltorand Publ'r.
Taars 0W SUscrirrTioN:
The Twlest Weik Sfl 41 a year; six
ii mothua,-0.; singCle copies, 60.
AjnvBayrrs o RAls :
L Ad adrvertisements, 15 eent a line
w ~~h lat and 10 cents for each addi-
-, W-T nirtion.
S.', Dplayed advertisements for three,
I W .ad 12 months at speolal rates.
e, s-' fuamished upon app nation.
. Marriage and Death noteees Inserted
.* ft. Obituaries, S cents a line.
Ouva OLaCLBBI Ltre.
S he Sun and the Thrico-aWeek
(N.Y.) World one year........$1 6
The Sun and the Atlanta (Oi.)
Weekly Oonstitution on year.. 1 75
lte Son and the AtlaMa (Ga.)
seal-Weekli Journal be year. 1 50
The Bun and the Semi-Weekly
Times-Union one year....... 1 50
l W.e will not asept stamps of a
iliyr denomination than 2 eents.
S The campaign that won't admit of
the Injetion of anything that is de.
eaIt, Is not ft for men to engage in.
~ A New York bank clerk stole $869,-
WO ou0t to show those life insurance
)apIst that they were not the whole
Th. e ottn growers of Alashuoaoon*
:$ r@ alive to their interests and will
I a meeting of their aesooiation
~t heb Svatloa Army bee is troubles.
m 1Dll*eded bipgaml has blossomed
iM the army. But the army should
be blamed, for they are 6 lled to
ep. everything that drops by the
iet Roosevelt will vilst New
October 26th. The remainder
jprty that eooompsalee him on
will probably go as far as the
eamp sad have the President
h all about it when he returns.
She subway saloon in New
ell r the patronage of Bishop
i proven a failure, many peo.
We come to the eonoloblon that
'eicamy of the prayers of the Bishb
do ot quile equal those of less er-
Hl M people in the common walks of
ALAOHUA AT THE FAIR.
The county of Alashes will make a
.fine display at the gate Pair, If all
Work in harmony 5$ that e$ o While
Some msy think it will nost i the
county In te leis),If the r Iseof-
ceesful nl bringing a doese'aM here
to looate, the investment o .be
considered a good one. ApLedof
the county, and nearly overiAMunty ln
the State for I dtt matber,' e more'
people to posh the r thelr
utmost. There arey i pporid.t
nlties for settlers herok- well room
for industries, and theolmate Iseqral
to any in the hind in regard to health-.
The idea that some have In regard to
malaria Is a mistakes one. In every
new country there is morn or lea
of this trouble, but as te land is
cleared up these troubles disappei
Forty and ffty year., ago the eme
trouble was ezperieoi0 by people whoi
left the New England fatee and went
to the then "far wet. *of Ohio, Mich-!
Igan and Indiana. But that is nearly
all past, and those people who now
come to Florida expecting to fnd thea
same conditions, are frequently mis.
taken. We have a helslhy goouty and
we venture the aieritla that thef bhs
been lesw malaria ta inAlab oea41
the past summer than ia any oousty l
Ohio or Indiana. So .t ous pull for
To aid the work of advancing the
Interest of the county at the State
Fair, the Industrial Edition of The
Daily Son will be Issoed for free distrl.
hution at the grounds. It will contain
facts regarding Alashes eooaty. Ev-
ery enterprise that desire to some be-
fore the people should sake advantage
of the advertising eolumna of the edi-
tion. If you bave a i ua for gale,
blooded took, or anything to sell, end
In your advertisement. A one-inch
advertisement only costs *2 50 in this
edition of 30.00 profouely illotrated
pafefrs. __ "
HELP THE ORPHANAGE.
The San is n recelpt of an appeal
from the Orphanage at Areadia, eon-
dacted by the BMptists of the State,
and It bope that all will give heed to.
the request of this noble Inslltution
and remember that we have an oppor-
tunity topen our hearts and purses
to the needy at our gates as well as
thoee in foreign lands. Following is
the letter from the snperlnsendent:
"To the People of Florida: The first
Saturday In Ootober 1s Orphanage Day.
By we mean tha e matt we ak the peo-
ple of Florida, and espeolally the Bap-
tiste of the State, that they will put in
that day In work and give the earnings
to the Orphanage at Arcadia. This
.I. .-AJ-- a A .. -.4L--6 -- -- .-
Sroud boe qo e nay aay grean help an has had a soft Job all his life, is no
Emma Dunrs, wife No. 1 of Or. blessing to s. Is t tre that some resn he should be pensioned when
le Davet, aent upnl Bibb conny, (I., will rot think enough of the Import. he Is retired.
ta bilgay, asks a pardon for her an* of the matter to end us the earn- Lots of men who have been a failure
0a-ag spouee. She states that be Ing of one day? It observed by every- In their bsnes or profession, get
M bhave been drunk when he made one delirin to do good, th day w pould oeia Wahingo ad are i t
i seseed and Illegal marriage. No. I bring us hundreds of dollars. Two pae sits ingtoad are i e
S^^bY )a k r Inr~a l^ ting arr .r eo ora dhn: we aare *r ^*lon darIsre oamf o :e *
ad o o a ine looking womanin we are o, one s: we need p nsut four to six our dag time the
it; the other is, you can't invest in put in four to eli boors a d0y In the
T att r an adr anything better. Even many Saday government oIes, yet they have the
"The Katy Flyer" aed as an adver. ilnerve to ask for a peasion when re.
ftemesa for theo Msooarl, Kansea A school children might earn .eomtblg tired
Toam RaLlroad, beig ahe picture of on that day especially to Noad o u*
Mr. Lillian Sprague of 8. Lousl, ha to help in bhis work and make the day A number of important meetings
ben brought mor promleatly be. o on to themselves bsad eooventions will be help in Tampa
ore the publle by the meanthey were helping to ctre for the or. during the coming Staot Fair, bat
Is t. Louis, when Mrs. Sprague shot Please remee r atda none more important than oonveatioas
at George Martin. her betrayer. "Plase remember the first 8Sturday of the poultry breeders and cltras fruit
in Octotir and make It a day of help
S0 grwers of the State. Palidet Brown
Rev. Je.ph Agar tthe ree ad b.lesin the rFlorid sBaptist Or- f the Fair Asociation has Issued a
Methodist theolWoian of England, late Aade F BN. Sups. cll to poultry breeder to meet at the
deas of the Wesleyan College. delare Arei. l, pt 2 Tampa Board of Trade room on the
that the dogma of hell is overthrown h me tkes e in ay ite ofn morning of Tuesday. November 21st,
I anot believe n a tphans in th State, irrespective of any and the eltrus fruit Iowen are s z.
"esoteliee* rmaterialehll ligious denomination,
and everlasting physical torment." he preted to meet as the ame place on
says. "la faet, the aiuraul mmor. the following dsy. Theae meetings
tality of the wicked is not a Christian INTEREST IN EDUCATION. are for abe purporn of oralnising a
doetrlin at all; it h*s been inoorpor-i .' Florida p milry breeders' assoeation
ated Ia Christian thooluoy from the dn he a a Florkia etrsll fruit growers' as-
latie philosophers, but no pof of -Stat that take the interest in dor-. Ieciation, the objh e of both organiss-
Its truth is found In the Ser.turv tion manifestted i Uinsville. and her tols l too L bd.atal-thst of improve.
loyalty to the sehouls of the city and Ig teondiltio in regard so prodoetioe
The proposed htwd iso.r for swer- *Mtate is highly commendable, every by insrehante ,of idtea at aaneal
age, ete the rlectio tr fhr hwh will te i doing h meotinrs and ot herwl saad in cooper.
dieided iest Tuesday. %qtor th,. promote the wola re I our we hools1w asks at oall time n a manner that will
Sthe all-absorbig tope aiong t aide In their adv met. insure god prwie a aall times oe pol-
When we had the eac Florida em.
people of iIIanetrl)l as pr.., hl, tlry and citrus f its ia t he markets of
There t absolutely no p o t antary in or mdst i w the pride of the eoontry. A!l poremr tiantesed
M1 pleposed leue of tbonds for sew. all, There wae no d "ee"soe-th should write* as .ne* to Preident T J.
t anid tr ut eadrt pe psd f it, ai*d i Pwn of the Stat P hir Asaoeatom.
g"Stbei to aifsted to the oe for t)ey did everything to make a whool Tampa Thee two orelratoeeo arm
gae manof the eletrite r light r plant. fr te peo wher thee w po-i greatly nawded at premset It the tates
Ofthe trilight laits Ihseal or d nomimatlel lihwe Is waI
Idveatee of the measure, how. -
Sa high-grade edeestoaioa lltsLoatat. 1 -
ta, t, ato be in bthe m) itty at h wb no falcons. The people of 0 inee. The Italeias. who ecaniltto aleo-
j ligag, and unites rpblie ti- wville th ulht they owned it, beL it be- tsoetho f the ese and deaths from
t bul ta hat the atiw ll 1loo Cd to the Sfatt and when l4h y*ll *lee rai Ne Orians. arena d
to (I th d m but tt the pruptd i t B4*o boished it there we many *. eMdity statsbra Ito raga to the
Ie in ebe s e peds ao s in the @1 cd M'tee. h T refuse to
Piamemweaeog masn y npseo of 50f rs see thiwe ear 4 h it, sIe
A ekiet asIi esi t favor of th. place paM ito hiMory. emoele anything that hae, Nees
cia oweg the ea dIWhe' light plant But w* bhave r at eity esbel efteed p ia ee oI Ina -iam. They
SIhe amesi rM ftr i gh under blidt, a Saa a ay te t ta a'. al r m 4 dj hk so klo the
e -asso e P t"ae e as o.itn ld on Ma uadrt i s w wee epeo~n a as, bau w b ist apd rha h ave
gatIf a a t ad tfor the etsoe o *e r peva people. earned a mtass by eLir st cap.
frnala1ais tIenm s and thew r is a lvly least aesn I ueism ha a- bhe of oi- la he hm
beM be btta this a)ietiea di of learsi"g. & abl ha fhe a e.
P. M. Oliver Tells of a Visit to Scenes
of His Childhood.
Editor Daily Sun: Having promised
quite a number of my old (ainesville
friends and hooking companion to let
khem hear from me while visiting the
tste capital and the hunting grounds
of my boyhood days on the Golf Coast,
I decided so answer all in one brief let-
ter through the medium of The Son, if
you will kindly grant me the space.
While siting on the embankments of
this old Spanish fort, situated at the
Junction of the St. Marks and Wakulla
riven,in the cool shades of the evening,
poaffg an Old Virginia cheroot end in-
haling the pure air, laden with aroma
and ozona wafted by gentle breesee
from old ocean, and intently gaming on
and admiring Old ol in all his glory
and grandeur in a elear and unob-
strooted sky, gradually sinking and ap-
parently nodding a "gool night," dis-
appearin beneath the rolling waves
of the Gulf of Mexico, I am perfectly
charmed with the surroundings.
One cannot help but be interested in
this old Spanish fort of hundreds of
bye-gone years, when Spaniard and
Indian met tn deadly combat in all its
unoivilised oruelty, dealing out death
to each other with bow and arrow and
scalping knife and tomahawk. So much
for a brief retrospect of this old Span.
Ish fort at the junction of St. Marks
and Wakulls rivers, and now for an
account of my trip from dear old
Gainesville to Tallahassee.
Leaving (aineerille a 7 a. m., over
the Seaboard Air Line, we arrived at
the State capital at 8:80 p. m., making
tiue without hitch or hindrance. After
potting up at the nearet hotel to the
capitol, I weat to the nearest barber
shop for a shave, returned and donned
my best uolt to call on friends at the
eapitol. On entering the first to meet
me was Hoo. Olay Orawford. Seoretery
of State, who suceeded his father, that
graed old Roman, the late Hon. John
L. Orawford. With his arms around my
shoulder he marched me Into his pri.
vats ollel for a social sat. In a few
moments I beard the familiar voice of
welcome from Mina Olem Hampton.oon
of the leading eduators of not only
Florida, but of the Sooth, with genial
smile and happy face, eharateristle of
her nature. I was ales made welcome
ia her offme, sad in an adjoining of-
fee I met our worthy State Soperin.
tedeast of dehools. W. . Holloway,
and Prof Kellum. I had a right royal
weIoome from all and was made to
feel at home.
Then I took a stroll down the prin-
cipal strste, to ee bow many old, fa-
miliar fees I could roeognise of by.
gone days. While I have passed
through Tallabase on several ocea-
sioes within the pa(t o4sen yearn, this
was my first stroll orvr her beautiful
ternet and shaded walks for :*, vears
And oh. what change FatI., Time
had wroght-.-*earcely a fam i.br face
Old gray-haired 4itio0. *,whuim I left
0 years ago yoong men in toeir prime
Hame up and introduced thbmwlvrs
to me. and some declared I had
ehanged but little oi appearas. Is
made me feel sad and remnded m* of
an imprnusOtu vers from old Ir 1i.n 1
ey. a grand od man of the.'Ket C.uo, .
jut before his death :
'0. for my youthfbl days of joy.
Whoe I oed to rump, lay and sing
I'd rater be a hare toc
Than be a gra .hares agq "
Yes. whea I look argued me a-i
eaaemplat*4 Ue number of yoeager.
o-* oldr and all besgtr, He thea I
tsalJ a. I'm eoaetrma t thIak tab
ed Lead shiakM a We e bit at
me. Who s*"o bat wat he may be
eMi udi ae *vr for aam eie pir
gese Let tbat be at ro s m. l
e bear o toe. -be wualt Mbe to smS
6k 11e11 Aefe 1s I amh1 1bal
IMner and tvr virtue of deres of forelon-
ure of mlorwee made anld renderd on the
%th dm) 0 Septewi,br. ). IMO. by the Hoc
urable J L' Wils. Jure of its LCiret Court
'or the Ilhth Judllei Circlit of Ylorlda. In
and for Alachus couny. wherera J. a Me-
tunaid. A W MeDonod ad I. L I MeDuald
Iartnerw tradlnd unMerr thelkw nAm sd &*tvle
of the Neo*oond Lumber Colsay. are eo0-
plalmanti u ai C Irnwat s dtdeledat. and
Henry kamey In claimat. I ha* teved W pon
and wl l ii at liuhito Msuern at t-'Mdwi
Florda whirre the propeQPtyn i is md. on
Monday. the tb day o Noveu ero A. 1O *1
betwr n the lets horn ofn( ati. the mebe
'n i'edal ai dia the roloatwle d erthe
; 'H )I t..l r
I afte-feel rit ,% a,
I swin.o cur.EDtf
S hand feed rti -taa
I I-rMl sa
Anm^oe turm lathle and fIetor rou.ce
a dreLad iumerr L tb prortf of Ibe dr
'endant t f Iriatt. tollmbty MWd PO It
idl let- rre Terms ranm.
1 ih % f rt o,( (ttober. A. n p1M
c A. LArrTON
S. s)eW Mesmb Cbmaeert
siTlK. 4r MATR 'a t$SAL
I biers rv kdneof a Be am"2^
rhe (al te n a r ea mte otbhe
1 Vwuf of are s. tla a" fo &alMash 6609M
&at MA Jam& aa. im Ui a ?*C
Y1ts -to sea
S.m d Iim sme t p
V. a r 8 M U
Tu e e
iOULWARE[ SPRIM WATER.
No matter if a man only uses water
"a Aber" for something more pow-
erfol, the firt question he asks on in
quirg in regard to a city as a place
of rMeldae i "How'e the water?"
And people who rnme to Gainesville
and remain for any length of time, are
so favobly impressed by the famous
Boolware sprin, that they are quick
to reeognise I n tes best to be had,
not only in this State, but equal to any
is the United States, for it comes very
near being absolutely pure.
Toere Is no one but what would en-
Joy a drink of pore water, when
thirsty, and a there will be many
tranlere at the State Fair in Tampa,
it has been suggested that a quantity
of the ioJrlware spring water be
Shipped shre for drinking porposee
during tb* time. It could be kept
cool with ice and would be an excel-
lent advertisment for Gainesrilld.
VISITING OLD HAUNTS.
fPr oeehJ, colds, breochkls,
rStinMa, weak throat, Weak
lungi, Consumption, take
Ayer Cherry Pectoral.
the house. We bhve been
sylan this for 00 years, and
so have the doctors.
tot&wesrM, r f k (or astases t u-
Eam. J. L NoumoMs. waeiMas.
The Lun gs
ful old world a0 yesa f kMl.t,
aeqoainted down bre, and I hAeW tat
in making a change I might trsik a
hotter climate in the great beoS *
Bot I am oeeupying too meb'i al-
uable space in your paper (the b9t in-
land paper in the State), sao n eaelo-
sIon, let me say to the boa tEi rI'm
having a great big old time, hiMnag,
fishing and eating oysters with my
dear old brother, Capt. James L. Ol-
iver, never forgetting, however, my
friends and Gainesville, my dear old
.Please continue to send The San
promptly, or I'll have the blues and
make for home. Fraternally,
P M. OLIVra.
St. Marks, Fla., Sept. 28.
RETURNED FROM ABROAD.
Messrs. Prindle and Anderson Have
Had Extended Trip Around World.
W. 8 Prindle and A. 8. Anderson of
Holder have returned from an extend-
ed trip around the world, visiting more
especially the Paciflc Islands in the in-
terest of the Duton Phosphate Com.
Mr. Prindle's bome coming is par-
ticularly sad, as the lamentable death
of Mrs. Prindle occurred during hiaab-
sence. He has the sympathy e all.
Mr. Anderson will be in the elty in a
day or two, he having stopped eaTeste.
Pald-Up Capital, $S5,ooo.
Buys and Sells
Collects Rents and Accouns;' Broker-
age Business; Fire and Life
Correspondence Solicited from
6. N. DAVIS, President.
G. W. NCOFIELD, Coaneler.at.Law,
Secretary a&d Treasurr.
Lots 5 and 6 of Drake's sub-division
of Block 1, Rango 7, of the original
survey of the City of Gaineerille.
Lots 3 qnd 4 in Division B and Lots 4
and 6 in I)ivinon A of W. R. Thomas'
subdivision of (aineiville.
H1lUH 1 PRINGS.
Two nice lots for sale where the Com-
mercial Hotel stands.
Offices in Endel Block,
Gainesville, - Florida.
NOTICE FOR PIURUCATION.
Land Oce at GaQlasevUle. Fa..
Septmber 0s. 1,i
NoUce 1 hereby gien tabet the tolowtir-
anmed settler hau filed noUoe of hist ltepUon
W make final proof in npport of hi
oaim, aNd that sad proof will be ade before
lRegter med Receiver at U(laeertlle. la.. on
November H. ISa. rvls:
JOuMPH I. KIl of Old Town. ila..
Hra. I S for the Sw,4 of Swi Ie S . W,
of NwI Nw4 ofSw% See., TV l S, I .
He naBme the following witjenee to pro e
his cootlnuous rekidle,ce utpa and eultvatilon
of sad land. vtl
Thoman Keen. PI J Keen. Heary Stephenm.
Jame- 'Cannon. all of Old Towa. IPa
I1 W. W iRoBIN.S xegiter.
D oe iloIt of the ibwtIsm--
4Wr A natur with Ay ,' Pl
should certainly be the asee, for we
have a faulty mI charge that is equal
to any ia the State, composed of in.
struotor of experience, who take as
muoh pride in the advancement of our
University High School as the mnet
ardent admires of our city and its edu*
Parents and guardians of children In
this and the adjoining counties will
%ld the high school in this city up to
the standard of the preparatory sehools
of the State, where young ladies and
gentlemen are fitted for the higher
edueatioaal inasttutions or for teblaing
nthbe district schools, and where they
will have she beet of surroundings to
be had nl any city in Florida.
ANOTHER PENSION SCHEME.
The question of old age pension in
the civil service has again come to the
fore. There has been formed an or-
ganliatlon in the government depart-
ments to plead for legislation In that
lIne and the Initial meeting has Just
been held at which the principal ad.
dress was made by W. E Andrews,
the auditor of the treasury. Mr. An-
drews urged that the elerks should
combine to form a common pension
fund, and said that with the rapid in.
crease of the government service the
question of superannuation pensions
would force itself on the people in a
few years. The men in the employ of
the government should draw the same
peilson that a retired workman does
in the employ of an Individual, and
not one cent more. Beeaus a man
i -f >a .
S' i. 4
o: CITOBER 5. 1905
TO MAYOR THOMAS
S* t of Mnicipal Owner-
Prom Another Standpoint,
ICH APPEARS PLAUSIBLE
He Is No Corporation Attorney
d His Pocket-Book Has Never
en Stuffed from Any Source-He
isn't Like Mud-Slinging.
When I wrote the letter for your var-
bil paper which was published San-
y morning, September 24th, my ob-
t wa that of howiog to the citizens
Oainesville the result of municipal
nerehip of electric lighting plants in
or places and the danger of enter-
into such a sobemp in as small a
yas ours, especially when the yearly
ene is so small, at d an undertak-
of this kind would only be a larga
resae of taxation. In last Sunday's
r my friend, Major-Mayor W: R.
a ees fit to aeuse me of being a
ration attorney, which,to my deep
ret, I am compelled to refute, for a
tiion of that kind at the prseentday
e great power and rich fees, and
a testify to the fact that my pock-
k has never been stuffed from
each source. Were it possible for
Najfor.Mayor to secure such a
for his tool, the attorney who
his effoions for him (and he
brainy enough to hold it), it would
of benefit to more than one. Oae
the greatest signs of weakness in
y argument is that of resorting to
d-.linging and personalities, and I
surprised that the Major-Mayor. in
ag the letter, did not out out this
for it is well known that he is an
S* shrewd politician. and one who
Id not eare to lay himself open for
kind of a discussion.
I notee that the Honorable Major-
or begins several of his sentences
"We." and as this style, in the
s lar, is supposed to be the prerog-
only of editors, kings, emperors
md ar, and a it is known that
SMajor-Mayor is not at present an
ltor, he must claim it with the feel-
Sthat he is the Czar of (aineovillle,
ad such the common people must
his bidding without a murmur or
y back talk. I feel sorry that ("we
ve neither time nor space at our
Imand," to quote from the Major.
oer letter) it was Impoasib)e to
ata the plain troths and figoiee
s in my first letter, for I can see
Sit hurts. However, the Major-
or goes on to may that it a private
Inern is profitable, it must be as a
Iseipal eoneern. Soppos we admit
at a private utility is profitable, It
Smo manner of means is a ertaln-
| Is will be for a muniolpallty.
lyT? First, musleipal ownership
Me swilalism, and that seiallsm
Iam lose of private Initiative, and
Sabolltiion of the spirit of compel.-
cI, sad of that wholesome, story
epmdeoeea of eharetser whleb har. 1
srlnes oar elvilijsatio and which is
urtyll *steemed weeatial to Its foar-
haevelopmeat and well-being. Bat
e mkomed objectlo is, that monlai-
lownership peas the handlug of
e-aads of dol!ran by tbose in power p
1 lhre little or so knowledge of the I
Ml ty they have in elmrgp, oinl to
i ICt of frequent eleotiooe, making
abonr term of oloe, that no e r
I of eoeilal remain nl power *um. I
stlyl klo to master or learn, the
wins made of eodetidng the boil-
an, u4 meqauwaly the results ar "
i waer dof the pople' moey. but n
iM -beme eblee the bosea to ill
es sad seaure a Irmer hold on
Mm. Her In O(iaTeville.the Major-
lO e's boasted steok eominy of the
wser cad the millionire, would,
0g Ohe reamits of esuer Piases of
*wey the ir own esperienWMAn
RI FMs rev isfilato an over.-as
Nmad. t-ridden Bad hsnrupa
I m sat a eeuPetsm attoesy,
beOa puptI eagw, and feetola
bsee a a Poo It o abject,
EN OU SS anborasad hyt l 0
afthdem wha haveso mea",
luh eI, r, bus a.. iIa--se w
Inam step. womishles""esgo
willMe& byWNol ekb tIs01
ft son r movies of deft)
Aws. slue. I would No
e111 --- of a s ojw.
ad allbo ldMgbWa
a* wh -bow am @.
011111111 tom Sd a 1.
OF VITAL INTEREST L
TO EVElY CITIZEN.
MR. C I. TAYUOSR
CLERK BOARS T NEALIt SAYS
PI -RU.NA lAS EC9ME Tm FAMILY
MUMCINE Or Te WORKING
PCOPLe N CITY.
Mr. C. I. Taylor has ten Clerk of
the City Hoard of Health, Jacksonville,
Fil., for ten years. whieb position has
afforded himn amply opportunity for
noti,'a thle tst means of preventing
and curing disase.
He expressesm hsapprval or the usw
of Perua as the most effect means
wI sovlavq a pbla ot such vital lo-
tercesl the c Wum on ari the fallow.
Iny Itttr: -
"'bTh health of the poor of a large ,4ty
u always a question of vital la i elt,
b4t only to the city o*Meta ls but to every
citiause It ha been a souar or much
satiuelrftloD to me to nfd that so large a
aumror of working people ia moderate
circuinstanc.t have accepted erunta as
Their family md*di.
WWeibs Mri lotso. It ha. ured
Iraml Me Mc I a large omlber of
.If ..Mci2le o specially
of catarrh of be bead, luangs and
stomacb and huildian up the general
bttalh it cannot fail but prove a help
mnd blemusing to any ouinmunity where
it to generally adopted and umed I
bav- found it an houmrL, reliable remhrn
and bm plerled to eudor It."- C. D.
Atlr.te- lr fa 1 itrrnian, Preldo*nt
,If 'I'hr tlut niiLnl 8aUI lrlune, Cululatjue,
the following from the thirty-fifth
Psalm, twnty-flfth verse: "Let them
not say in their heart. There! There!
S r vl.dd we hatn it: Neither let them
say. We have devoured him"
MEETING BOARD OF TRADE.
J. R. Feaster Wants to Sub-Leas Fish-
ink Grounds at Alachua Sink.
A regular meeting of the Gainesville
Board of Trade was held yesterday af*
ternoon and a fair membership was
Io the abseee of the President. Hoe
W. O. Robinson, and Vie-Presalde
W. R. Thomas, Senator H. H. Me.
Ureary was called to the chair.
J. R. Feuter s abmitted a propel.
ilon to sob-leae the--haehua aeik
properties. Mr. Fearter bl engaged l
he fishing business for a livelihood
iad I desirous of eeeeriag ame Is
tpprers thathe Oalneevlle Bo&ad of
rade holds the rights from the owaer,
W. N. Camp of Ocala. Mr. greater
proposed to the Board of Trade to sap.
Ply camping paraphernalia, Ishing
eekle and all thing that go to make
lhhing and hunting trir a *snee. ats
asaorable prices, if the board woold
11y him the eselusive Ihbing privi.
After considering she matter, the
am* was left to a special comaitee.
rho will deede upon the aee. K E.
oyle is chairman of the commltte.
OFF TO CAMP.
hke GeltnAovil Quard WiN Take Spe*
ieat Train to Orlende Today.
The O(salesille (hrdas. Co nesy H.
*od latstry. Florida trate Troop,.
Ull Uta their depart1rem hia morniag
p special trala fr Orlando, where
bey will be ina ap for the -set t*
The spisia tram will be k the At-
rMti Oes0 Lie. ad wUil lea ast
dO oe'sk, Maseeuia as IR4ellte
i she s a tal itry srale. At
ib p-o the bN el ,lged tB e.
The1sW mcs le a 1asl esaOWd is v-
w emi I of 0apea lay
"Iwa 4 -L eve w X. dl
*M.- __S O
4L Vbuai CA ay.iaL &
H @ .i Sq.-5.^B ^ f
.5i L a
In compliance with be eall ,f Mayol
W. R. Thonma, a large qrowd of repre
ientative citizens oonv dal t h (tutir
house last niKht for the purpo". ,tf dis.
cussing the bond iso*ethe rel .iiioin fol
which occur* on the 10th InnI in thi
audience there were eerarl Imdlie
whicn was evidence that the hiial iisuli
is a prominent one at this Utile
The meeting was) called to rdltr b)
Mayor Thomas, who was electiedl ,hair
man. H. H. MoOreary war elected
Chairman Thomas stated that the
meeting was called for the plirpolte fil
hearinR from the:oitieas bn thel matter
of the proposed issuan e of bonds for
the purpose of sewerae, pAving and
lighting, and the ereetion of a h Ipital.
lie aLked those who felt incIlned to
talk to do so, either for or against
the Issue. After a brief sl1eiice. the
chairman called upon Dr, llarrisou
Hodges, who "set th ball rolling"
with an enthaoieetle argument 11 favor
Following Dr. Hodges, Dr. J. F. Mo-
Kinstry. who i regarded a oIne of the
most progrerslv eiltiseas of the city,
made a few appropriate and timely re-
marks in favor of boads. He was fol-
lowed by L. J. Burkhlm, who stated
that his heart and soul was for (iaines-
vill's interests. He believed in tnds,
but regretted that the ordinance was
so framed that a voter was compelled
to cast his ballot for or against the en.
tire issue. He believed to Iswerage,
streets ad' hospital, but was nott o
certain about the muiielpal ownership
of a lighting plant in competition with
a plant which waste already furnishing
good service, and he eould not see suf-
flcient patronage for two plants That
wau his only objection to municipal
Attorney Robt. E Davis, in an elo.
quent address, stood up forh onds. II*.
eited Tallahassee to show that mnunici-
pal ownership of the electric light
plant paid their at a charge of unly ten
oents per kilowatt, notwithslanding is
had to compete with a gs plasit. He
also read from the report of the Jack-
sonville eleetrie light plant, showing
that thesame paid handsomely at 7',
seat per kilowat, in competition with
a ga plant. His ephech was well re.
e*ived, and at the eosolosion was
Chairman Tabmas Invited,any others
preent who desired to express them-
elvNe, but there beiag so others, a
motion was made that a eommiatte of
Wt be appolated by the chair to serve
as as executive committee In this eao
paig. This motion was unamimosly
Irrild, and the ehairmna statd that
the committee would be appointed to.
There bilg o further bualeee, tihe
ICE CREAM SUPPER.
People of Rocheli WIN HeM SInefht
for Pano Tomo~row.
The good people of oehelle., slway
op wii th e time, and desiPres of re-
lievoi the ledebsedoews o the pela
aew beelig and i Martha Perry tIti.
teto, hbo deeded to glee as I ereamm
sapper Friday evenolg. the ab lessI..
at that pie, the proceeds of wbhie
will be e*ad for peayomet eoO t p6i .
An appropriate prram wI be art-
ragled, and alteesthr the adi rpre
ise to be sa enjoyable o* The petb.
lie ito rtdistly iavted to ome saod
help n a ood feaso
Wi Seisme a isemdeg.
Haer T. Welta well a1 nd pkea
II hes iMe s Iall my as meblie
apet of twI oes9 h p-SM a-c .
pay. and who miad sma frted e
hee. is" m s I*bome gan*a secs,
ies ag.ouesse ste Ms. A l6 gelaot
ws" of Meso.. lhd horis etb oM.
seeded. M e i mrrsw wi mf i r Is
memeaw, l0 g @8h m 9ilofe
Iesta. It bashe, ihem S t e
bWie. cm 0e vesiaa W .il .
mr. WdeIs smeme Meae f s
"ae ds" m O est eed .m .elmes
rm. .. ilmm
Wd U MW s 1
owes ob" hftsh
9 symmwy &A do
Newo Tww" o C~rlra so,
Am a. A aw
mrs~n bikt Of ofIkl~tr
~Al- -AL. -A#
MOINTUI V WOETNIH
IILI mILLInU '
OF CITY COUNCIL
Large Number of Bill Were Paid
at October Meeting.
A WAR ON ENCROACHMENTS
The Council Has Decided to Clear the
Streets of Obstructions and Instruca
tions Were Islued to Straighten Cer.
tain l treet--Other Busines.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Olty 0(IAnil was held Monday evear
ing, at whieb a full board was presmal
with he excptloa of Aldermaa Voo.
man. who was* abont from She elty.
Afier the reading and approval of
Ibe minutes of the lIes meeting, She
tai boiks for the Ie*r 1IW were takes
up and examined, found correct aad
Ilderman KI'ward i'Nill.hal!traa
AN ENJOYABLE AFFAIR.
Woman'* Foreign Mlasionary Society
of Alach a Entertain.
Alarl.,ai le. t --The Woman's For-
sila Missionary toleey held a rmeel
Inl at the Meshbdiast hurch Nunday
light and were grveled by a oud
arowd whieh Ireatly enjoyed the even-
log. It was on rrlehlous lines and was
an appeal for funds to help pay the e*-
poenee of women mlullonarliiln for-
The following was the pruram of
the eveala i
aNo-a-"Oome, Thou Almshtly K ng"
Biripltae arNln| ad prayer
Io--"Tbhe harvS Fields "
eelatlotk-i-Mead Moye Maon
bslo-Mr. William Rives.
Revding-Mrs. 0. 0 Wetherinltom.
i aeltatle-Minlie hiork
ISeS-"The prePs "
Rll4dlin-KC hl t)lmt eaul
Talk by the past r.
Reelat4ion by MaIcl m lo, ,e Masi,-
"Rooek It to itleIP,, Mother, wk Me.
to $lomp." and ilh. eainswr.
of thme eommittee on appropriatlee,
made the fullnowag r-wmamedatlonaf Ith has en decided that we are e*-
for amnounta to be atessud out of the titled to paertt the utlrg o(f IU eotes
gen-rll fond In th free JIliraryj onless for saeh
Iod.mpotmn tbord*. I mills; oAeers' pearliy di perepllo paid fur prior to
funat, a mille; Matltery fend, lt, illii IesIklr t16h. l0a -1ee 9e6rshae who
light fund. 0', nill i printing fiad have p.a4 for the paper ti.M. Juse 14th
t mill; fire f nd, 4 mill*; stre-. fuid. r ealitled to vruse (.'oeupns can be
40 mills. esmelpry food, Rv mill cn ,lit hated *t 1he olowe
tingeat f.nd. ', mill. l'., )n,t-,. I
of Aldermas Tayllr this ree'ie,,re.l ,, The Twe.*.- Week ,. | teing *nl,.
tlira *ao* aeopted I)led to permir the eating fof )Jf volse
yFllIig thisk wa the r. le eI,l i (a she fret library **onIe for eah
payment of a large eruiastr ,.1 l,,lie esly *heerptil pald for, tj e
The eounbei dwreewd as Ir, le.ulh lad I of Kfrby Msmilh (Capter,
Ihe mater of e1ruosehme'. i' io e.a U | l take thts meSothd Olf *o6.
lase trseeblfer"e i lh. ***) ,$A I llg# tahoe whob pea truheier ilrptiloe
rslaztio wa pased ih, *' he. Aslor tor I u'eloek p m. of joleber 4th.
M lshek te irmae f sh *.te*. -***mitS I iP, rv who hve petd *n*e loae (4th.
le nleoll th* i& e" n son rem.. w She, II th the Ohaperr will luresI ap
l01 iIoaleg '1er -se8hni "e1 sarp ha their apperst held hoi
On Megamwt i** ..-. r.' *, .1 tar- O(pM r weo t liry s he rie 406edaa
*mile wI W est ,, *,'-4 to i bomb will be gIve *so e tUalsellUe
teleUnli *,: 1 rr-. **,i..."i es; I S111 eoo. where s tle M i bell
e- seae, from e" as.ete.e** SI ad Sthe e r i to 1sMe l el.s
6 6 *^ o A - w ~ I OvI f f k t o r
.-is Usk. s s~aft to.its i-s so.~ No& J, Fh. ,
"* LAOS ran*$Te 0sof Of P...Cso n( 1oo, Depsh
amao i she smt feames ita e wTee-a "e-T I arp I e ppaiame saom
uabi Lme lmin rmai e a a Ia .. ...s.
wmw w WWWMWY 6m vw fww rlwr
- -- ~ -- U. -~L
so". sINow Isawm, if* #*easte ?
Afet theftsowed two 31 soeam. ine
a, of eLao. ges" busieb so.
bwdo eas tsof Now"& le'km.I
0 sON* ofdsnome a 0 ashi
'010 4 owww mwI-
**witnb oved swt "aIe s h/*a
a"eat SI00t th eoftoe ,,f HIery
Jl USib samWje. 0~ ,aa' m e rl
the pe wes. The pole. sa pe
p le aos ase n i re,,d to e
daIs. Ibeb I *k* as we"e as e b,
Sano Whe kaept fed Iw w
*' 1' a ,
.. .. ,'., 'A., 'l .., J.
Many Responded t Invitation of
Mayor Thomua W dnesday.
BOND ISSUE WAS DISCUSSED
Several Spoke-All in FIaor ot Bonds,
but One Speaker Objatted to Light-
ing Clause and Gave oReao s--E xec.
utive Committee Appoted.
.'o. U l.-r ,
~~i;.~~;c;Y n ul
rI. '77o rom p
"W M"LWrO for t he* P os o.f at.
t A IRS Price of Staple. '
0 "17 Us .Orleans, IA, Oct. L--rk ,
Mei wow n frte O Ym M o t the noted cotto, e.ll operator,
getS AdMtev otbUft gaf rethiring to New OrleUd, after t hre
maotlh's aBseehce on 'the roor of t
SrPhowafl New ,York cotton exchans declared
tbU 'thabull pool now l .eraMtin to
raise the price of cotton is the richest
h p ose pool ever organizcd in Am:4cqaand la
.e o~fb i s amply able to do wha t thas set 0ot
stap on heir to acoompllah.
4s .oa KIfyne's statements regarding tne
8iWOOS ik e ool have broken the mystr' which
r urroundl the new aggregation whio
.. ..eU tA 1110tl~nttnn At th tn" ., r gh-l
'th Oftla sa hool@ had'867 pupils Ibi in a" day wa-e""Lo PuE CVtou RL L e WP 811"a-
The Oala hool Heretofore the great sewreoy hb been
present at the opening. -a ha aIs malNJlaed *regarding every dLtall of
) Olay ooonty is gettlon ready for a o the i utak or the pool's personnel and movements,
big tourism trade tbis winter. 2 SSSa'hle6iS, aIe and eve Mr. Hayne Was not ready to
The prpprty rluee of St. Augostina pst g~tl TJ' L ive the wnole matter to the public.
the past year have showed an In. h ma 8 r Sa He stated, however, that the pool
crease of over $50,000. u w as eY ptem of wa hnot composed of souhers men,
Ismae are s t by aiboagh many New Olesas sen, be
A mall fire the rar of the om wa dlred re very bul cotton.
merelal Hotel ai Starke, Saturday r aart a heMr. ayne would try bls as or deny
night, was extinguished without moeh thatW he was In the pool lmoelf, but
damrsge.. a tl W m ly stated that his ideas were la line with
0. W. Rush, a Dunmellon'Nioon 4.Jupe l J tTeo Ideas of those In the ,tha, which
keeper, was bound overto the county u n wslas ot t o Wts t cotton is cheap at thepr
oourt at Ostia, 8atorday, for makingcu6= b t rice, and that during no mouth o'
f alse statements to core credit. whis be soa m tuP l e oomlnl year will the staple ell
Thee were 2,700. blles ofn ;dorange*A S hai tfor ess than 10 center
he from 7or My la t week- Hayne estimates the crop at 10,500.
d rr l r l Nels 000 bales. The demand, h says, will
This is several thooeqm boues less t"hwht I be enormous.
tha were whippedd the same time last r.a I
S, s. Offiolals Plead Not Guilty.
The Seaboard Air Li4 has secured Y ifljL'? MIlwaukee, Wis., Oct. 3.-Thirty.
the right of way and al other f"alllties aelht la0leted officials against whom
for building their road toPerry. Tha sbba, IJe- r are banging 172 Indlctments returned
town will oop be f railroad eansr. | toteml a by the last grand Jury before Judge
Thew will Moop be rlr oad ant alla i o Braase tn the municipal court today,
T her e iem it poli sA -. Nm a mo, t m~ rqL at and entered plea In nearly each ca
there baa been $80.400 exp0ndd a in o ad my p r at of not gullty. In the list are 13 tor
nw building la shat city this s oum. I tb l tea -Mat I er mer supervisors, 11 supervisor, three
S mer, not laludinl those begon last sad I misa84 swe sassrtsi member of the fie department, two
e Maon.' Viaa Mld lv a iMNIdm l lto aB newspaper reporters, a state senator, a
The Volosl.Oot pty Record played a It to su h flrha tast Mr. Pla state emblyma, an a derman and
orowilg rooselr at the head of its arti. h haad tad e' an ox-alderman an d nine business men.
ale on the t6 and dry election in that toeorr Th work of arralgnis the defend.
o onty, with tbh heading: "s tin wih it hr. Haol w sBrot uf oe asits was not concluded until a late
in t n h ta U kme l l te esh 4 hour. Several of the defendants do-
rebuke io saloon men." tw qw se o sdold vasu tot Th
Wlleto Pley bo und over st I w l frodd an immediate trial. The cases
.Willuto ,n Palo .w bond over at S0Lll 404. yponu pending, together with the list re.
g* aturdayf to await the si on ; e= th. Bed io srp. turped y previous Jurls, It is belle.
onad J)ry, belng charged with sai lettara re m e) br har a ad., will require to or thraeeaIrs to
lug Albert Ounningham, another' the tricta Addrl M. dispose o.
Sraill $1,000 He languishes. iM. ',33, t_ tn
r Florida Mutual Benell Aassoel. ----- -
s local ins urance frganlation, MELROSI MATTERS. e
bee aaorranisd and will take Br. --
ietEe homa of nlea. L. W. MilaIrW. An SneyablaSurprise-Mrs. Mahoney Y or
SXnd Aldeon s aod U. 8. Wilfon arq she **verely Injured-Brief Notes. r
"Id4lkoe of the new orgulastlen. Melrone, Oct. C.-The members of
"' J., Bilathelor of Pasuolfkee an- the N,. Chureb and their friends, The power that givcs yoa
srlsses has he will bold a new saw wishing to show their deep appreoi- life and motion is the nerve
mill at that place to sake the plee of alion of the hard apd earned work of force, or nerve fluid, located in
Shewee deroyed byt Be about year e thlrbeloved pator, Rev. T. J. 81. the nerve cells of the brain,
ago. He hasa larIgel hgle mill there trunh. who has just closed a series of and sent out through the
S is fe operation and employing about most a*eesftal revival meetings here, nerves to the various organs.
Oamhads. 0 thereby bringlor a large number of If you are tired, nervous,
While W. D. Puth and R. Davis new members Into the ehureh. ar irritable, cannot sleep; have
were worklag on the new bridge at l. ranged a eSrpriae pooud party on headache, feel stuff, dull and
laville, they were struck by a timber eday evening g for him and his go6d melancholy, or have neuralgia,
that fell when belan put In place ad wife on their return fromt a well. rheumatism, backache, peri-
narrowly eosaped death. Pugh was armed rest aad vaeaion trip down odical pains, indigestion, dys-
Satrek by one of the bolts running l outh. Everybody worked witn a will epsia, stomach tropblc, or the
through the timber, and t is feared to do their beet, the result tbwel a kidneys and liver are inactive,
hir skull was freaeard.' mast beautifully arranged supper your life-current is weak.
About 3O balee of long cotton have table drmerated with lovely lowers Power-producing fuel is seed-
S..' ht in tow k l d and laden with all me nr of delieiou ed; something to increase nerve
Ltea bmrught in town t ri t anude l re4
sold at IT eats per pound. When ths fond A mrowd of over silty frelld engy-stregthn the re
Sotton wasa Ilnod lst winter it nould were pre"st "o welcome tLeir pastor Dr. Miles' Restorative Need
have be n old for 21 onals per pound. and his wife and help them do Justle vin is the fuel you need. It
flkenoe It can readill be aen that it to the sumptuous supper. Rw. Sko. feeds the nervesproduces nerve
seldom pay to hold cottoo or anylthlnl trunk wes greatly touehed by skis evi. force, ad restores vitality.
del; rl for a btlIer price.-Wihston Ad- do'wa of "ood will sad friendship. sad i 5 I
o, te,. elo.* the pl.eent evening by readi n a be r
a w ve-rnwsI f 'om the Seriptores J ail a two r years e Mslarla.
Makes Homely Women Pretty. mount beautiful prayer. teryuse '.t 'R e M
No woman, no matter how regtlar went honne feeling happier for the hom l wih
her features may be. e ba e alledt, arnest "G 'I bless you" from u s uch wal poor. I
pretty, if her connpleilen is bad. g d nIeu. Iid alatno
Orino laxative Froit o4yrup ar1 di. Tho many friends of Mrs. Matl ny tI tn iw t nsay
V aton and olere sallow hlotehed will be aorry to hliar that she met with It IIa a evet br" e(t the
eon plelones by silmulating the livr laaerlous aeident last week by falliog r re It.
and bowels. Orkto eaxative FeIre through th rotten platform at tahe esk mssNeWr ne a Mt tY a
SSyrupp do.. not aBs>atev or rspe, *ad etorai elation at Newberry. ua st-s q vsIit 'f t taas, H
So mild sad pleasut to take Remem. ee wa ready to board the trlea for w m W
Sbr the name Orino asId rlefu to m Hampton. Mrs Mahoey was exam. MIs MPedidl Ci BLkhart. lad
tpi any ubetttute. J W MeOul(ui teed by physiela eealloe oa her ar.
, terahl at Hmnpton. It w found ha '
S- her. b ip bose was broken iS t to b S. HAC R & SO
Shaped that she wll soon b able as *A-- 0 -
e bIu he.rshkrd at 8fard. AWg o
Allare laiteid to attel the eere.
Sey wort lIag o October ibh.
F. N,. est hae bees appoiaed *
d d she pe ,eilt for t aly a ar,,
Because they are the best a o, a -U~-
in the land for the money! *er. e v~erw .a e--Ia es
t you dealer for the de by takng p1es at UN I u
Ikamy Jimn* Shoe and in. Safs r fsse te-- of
Sma getting it. 4* a-rn ,i
i _.i _hi w If I i.. ". A l wW ma sad ui l trial,
W, H. SIBLEY. t.'"a " emn.AmO. c.
P a T8orr rA AID &V 1G. o. KOW In CI~t^ 114I~ICCBdn
)Y ~ mmobw T A" CK b dir
iW, ay9. y
'Sam, fjma U~U n~~
P~e;OW PL _
,Brkf Hspeall From Varlous
8e.gg af State.
T r In "The Land of Flowers."
S ,Boiled Down" to Suit he
leader--tems of Interest to
MUfIl t [TOARD
~.Chi~rIt I t' 11hleot
t'Irnp: Se.-4 Write.r
..~ ~. ie: .~.ethansAny
of the Worm
THE SOiN, Blnllle, F. I
S RU tafrL Di4 ft'jf f of
B. D 30
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irrtatio, subdueM I
asL sad drv. oat Pain.
PENTIR AT E the Pores, loosnms the Fibrous Tsnee, puS
mUL a trme imaibtm of the Blood. givin tbh MUslals
CURED OF PARALYSIS
SW.S. Sdey, P. O. Tr, Tens, writes: My
Vife had besue rig.1w yearswith pslsils in
hber mw, when I was peridd to use Baumd',
SBaov miUant, which elected a compile cur. I
oe alao used it for old sor, sIrot t and kimA
e ptm. It does the work."
B ST ULaKANT ON EARTg ONCE TiED, ALWAYS LOO
RIEFS ALL StUSSTITUTES
STHlZR SIZES: 35c,50c and $1.00
Sn4 _LARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
ST. LOu S, a L A.
"W Md. t'JOIE SO S, G-ai-es---.lle-
A Splendor That Charms
I)4 itinguihf s the lady who indulges
htr taott- for line Jewelry purchased at
S .MIT'I' I from others that are merely
'i-,zzline. O()ur J. welry is noted for its
St idlard of artistic elegance, which
never varier. Only the finest diamonds
S \j atda and gnm are used, and all mounticgs
are of la karat gold.
S-j. C0 SMIT .,
,g North Side Square, Gainesville, Fla.
Stock in the Emma Gold Mine
At the price today is the btet and safest investment possible to
'hli mine is opened and ore on the dump. It is not an experi.
meat, bat a safe and sound investment.
With every $100 invested in stock we will issue a 3 per cent gold
bond, insuring the investor from any possible ehasee of hiss.
The gold bonds are as safe as Government Bonds
We would like to hear from you if you could be interested nl a
fet-lase investment, abs,,olitely safe, and ome with the brightest proe-
peCo and future of any gold min ever opened or diMovered. It will
bear the eloest invoetiitioln and we would like to get you interrsted.
Fall particulars for the mere asking.
RIFE & COFFMAN,
Brokers. St. Clir Building, Marietta, Ohio.
Send us a postal for full information
within 200 feet of the Emma have paid as high as
40 per cent in one year. Watch the Emma Mine
and Its dividends.
I&aCHI WS 13 Ull t
. o" -
ItEU*r4 IIUSlCLVILLE~ 1
: OCTOBER 5, 1914
I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TA NOTICE FOB rURIOATION.
ERrUS KNIVElS DEFD U.DER SMBTION O OF CHArr La, OA O* kteem r ,..
GE...i). i 4O. LAWS OF FLOIDA. AA. .,
THESE PEOPLE 3USED umda en d s NA.s D s 3."e"n' i sd tor :
rrsd t "Lb d.r entII IIn to %bee o, n
has Iled oerye a ta orte. sad the, r
Ih iAMade &pmat erpp 1 So frto 111els sa NOrT d). td W
w.ord'ane ri lae +. e mrtoe e bed to all the Stait Ak
M Between Niisnopy Negroes ybaces the toltor u .r hy ora ount y oof. o
With Fatal RaBx ct IoIo.IL 1. ahtm uot UsIfrXI W. I&. OIW btwklhllaiwrm itstan I 0
initial polet e W t o"e S 14 r cha to Of ltW oa N'r oft
railroad. thea n alo o 0 &ol IatIB a 1 blp No to 10.4. Range No l U S ofr
TH MEN ARE BADLY CUT eot 9of W lin oflaadbegdesrtrbed. then Pr ntsoallowthats a
__ T. L0 ob/ t f lbt Ig. *0 Isee. .Rr 1. R 1 valotobe for 1 WmIl tiber or S ,grI
dat ae said land before Clerk C ourt i ..,
Alleged That Men Fell Out Over Ther mila ebe id the dte od before t.rt e to r.
theimanoce uf sue? e l a Is tet name of Vorf d INS oa.ay, be 4t
an and This Man Attempted i S..st aM Hbl te r lned J- name S a witne~iNath. II \ I,"
oke Life of the One Whom He Ceordae to la. o deed WP Iae tbereon n m oel. i Ton
the e ee day of oCwber. A. D. W .
ifflitaet My oMooMal ltiture ad % Utit Ais and all l erwiua elta I sdt 'l^ *. the
the Iged.day da y of SePteni. A. a abu> rlewcrt tanf Wo 5IW ia HlU0
S. Wi.;ES itr clau in tehi omeltO-W thi- 0, ,, iI nrih
tio hati just reached thisrd Clerk Circuit Court Alasa C.. day ofrOctober. I o(A*aoN. .r.
a fatal cutting affray a] Mioa. ,-__,___-,__._.- . ats .I....,,.
which resulted in the serious NOTICE OF APPIlCATION FOR TAX NOTIC O APIPIJOATINo 1i TAX
iog of John Reeves and Henry DEED INDER SCpcTION 8 OPXCHAPFt uKERI ) UNDER SNCTIOI aOF 11 \I`I :I
h both colored. 49M. LAWS ol IPLOIA. 4W, LAWS OF FLORIDa.
Notice is hereby given that Bel. Colon &
Seems that a few weeks ago a quar- Co.. a orport copos e t W. iell. N. Notice In hereby glive tW Be ln .tI
t. (W.de ad 1rrry M. olboeta era of Co.. acti arser aoshipc ll of \1 Itel.Ir
oeurred between John Reeves ad a Wa de ad e"'No o s e N. G. e nd Perr Mu0r. C.. h I o
Tom Cer U rih b rlate No S ded the day of h x e Waend oPtetr ,. Vry .
wife over Smith, whom Reeves so- Jaly. D 9oa. bae d4 eodl owaeate in o1 Tax I ertBicatle No. f mt lt
o tealgny oilt. and have a aea f&tlo fir a f July. A. D. hate L IYn) 1here 'reil't
of "stealing bhi wife away." Af. deed to itue In sooeadSee wtth low. aM I my omee. and haive a pI*l'a, for
rthe quarrel, it is alleged, the .wo,- e r be e mbr Alse t ahesty I* tbed. Sad etl" oSme erao"e O l (t-l
an did leave her husband ard seek towr : prt d a' h ,.,
Protection of Smith, who drclar-d IS1Mrl Ne cof sw. seW.oSot M . .. i 'rr Is.
Sshe was ill treated ani that be thei silan.e no rete ia th e o e Luce o u t e
ld stand by her as a friend. I ILI % bl;owitet Lu ber eemed 1 r.A te FrL..i.
I Is said that Smith, feeling very oordting to lta. ta deed wwll bute thero on ordin t rlaw. tax deed w tl te.e tht,,i on
Siene et he s et o the t i day f Oct Ober. A. D L 19 the I d ay of oober A. A. 1D.
h ineoned ast the treatment of the Witnes' m oAciarl b ure n d al thin wiL W se mY oilatl oIataium andt i t t,
anm by her legal husband, waylaid the a2h day of epnemb ,A. D Ior tbe oth day of September. A N't,
ted on aenln owf ad while hAf de to S. n. WINURS. a3. h. W FNt 1h, .- r
Teoes on a lonely road, and while he 1tI clerk Circue t Oourt Alachus Co.. ia. Pd Clerk Circu ul T'urt Alsebhuti 4 .'
on him way home steaulted him -
an ugly knife. Reevesevidently NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FO TAX OI prE OF AIPIlOATlON n 1: TAX
looking for trouble, for milh re-.I ,1)D NoiER SrOION OF CLAPTF DEEI 'N IIK SI TION OFr it< -
RI l0'1'or troubles for Smoit re- o LAWS oF FrLORDA. LAWS OF I)IUeA.
aboTt am good as he sent, and ^ LAWS Od FL OIDA l land helot YiJ A ,,,
bo ood as he sent, hereby vestatI. Colon & Notice In herel~v given thus A II tChitty.
men were severely eu about the Co acoiertnership opoed of W. E hej purchaser of T ax Oer ate o 31.
and body. N Wade and Pferr M. iown. p.urnhar dad the b day of ly. A. 1 ha
yof Tax Certlicese N.'. 114. dated the rolled said certflllotea In ml y
ith made his escape after commit. da. of Ap ril. A. D. 13. bhae filed sa1id er- madte Lhdca1tioU for tax deed to .r in' f-
titlcate In Inmy ottle. and have made hpplic- eourtancr wlib law. o eld owtefWatc i .ii,rutr m
the ault, but became so weak tion for taxdeed to sse i ooaordae with the f dollo in described proprty ii t In
the result of his wound that he ltw. Said certlioate embrace. the following; Alachus county. Florda. towl:
described woiertny situated in Alachua coun- Five acre"' ItLot ). Letner Trotc ..f Levy
down a few hundred yards from v. nForida. towl: (it ra.t
Si Swo of Swt See 14. Tp. 10. R 16 -4& Tcres The SOid lad I being aomed at tI e I.' of
spot where he was arrested. Hie The id Iland bei t anu ed ct the date of the nlunnce of suoh cersileate Int nisnrne
ed to be really the worst for th utheoe Mieh oert leatel Abe namo of ea LtIr ee Iorto sha re nr ~d I
i, as it was necessary to take Unlss said certloate shall be redeemed mi. scoring so law. tax deed wa1 t*i It ei o>
aordle to law. t deed will ue thereon oo on the Ith day of ( toto br. A. 6 lo' '
o the physifatul to sew updiia the Wtbdar ort Fe.r A DU.S WmIUMy ofiolal slnatuire endl eidl thti
the I.tb day of o0*4ber. A -,D.iMSPo. e ltmener or cal oereati .,l thi.
as twenoty-wo stitche having Wsie ss my oriasl runure uad seal thitn the ~tb da of t ctnemlWr. A. D. I ,,
ad. weoy-wo i the 9Ob day of September. A. D.. tA.M I t. WI iN .
daken. . WIhNKpIUEI. ol (Clerk Ciroult ('ourS Alachu .. o n a.
Ith is still in jail at Miaoopy, as pd Clerk Cirouit Coun Alaebus .. ". -- -- -
Ihlot illr to aome to oourt. As NioTICK OF APPl14ATION it TAX
ot ab to come to u. A N(ICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DUKED UNDRK RSCTION K OF I It APEI'm
as his wounds suffloiently heal DIKD ITNRK SECTION I OF CHAIN PT OteW. LA WHi oF FLIX)IA.
ill be arraigned before Justice t W. LA WS OF IWIRIDA. Notice Io hereby given hat J. II 1, Jr..
Notece In hereby irven that H1ll. h'lmn A -larobaer of 3T- of Tax CTertl 'ate' NS ** th dt*
S., ia. ncoprerwmhlp coanpo.mp of W. Hell. d the d day of July. A. D. 1900. h11,e IlIi sad i
ve*' condition, while painful, N. Wade sd Perry N. Coihon. purohan ertlllosta toa M oteo. antd hbase le- sitltlls-
a snriou r of Tax Certiloate No. T4 dated the 4th da tlon for tai deed so luen to saoorda e r with
Sif November. A. D. INl. have filed AM oerti law. Mald ertflosta embraces the rfilowla I
-- i theate li u! ol' and have made appliUtion described property situated In Alasn in o
' Doctors Said He Would Not Lip. ror tax deed to ltue In acoordanoe with in. ut. lorida. iawli:
Said eertMtcate embrarcen the follow lg d- R4 B of R e teo. s T. AI. Rs. Rea I
Peter Fry, Woodrof, Pa., writes: nried property altuated to Alaohus county. The said land etar aseed ast tl dine of
r r we orkla. to-wI: the hauance of Muhb oertlUlate In tfir uni or
fte doctoring for two years with sw4 of Nwt4 see. 14. Tti. I10. I I J.. w standley
S The said land tinr aniwed at the (ate of Unle- ad certificate all be fStrrmed ie- .
e 6M physiiacns in Wayneburg, the ids uance of u ch certllae in the name of o
I hll getting worse, the doetor ad. IUnk* wn. the 3rd day of Oetober. A. D. IB
il el o oilers. ad certillcate what~ be redeemed ao- Witness my omrcial ste aturr ea(I eal thsl
a i if I had any boslones too at.- ordintou law. tax de W iue tbe ra in the Itb day of eptbe oer. A. U 0 1a.
j bd bettethe lttb day of October. A. D. 110.1 MY. A. WI.pM..
SSto I had better attied tw it at i Wlue~ semy ocital ir-aLsure aed seal shr I d clrk C (Irult Oourt Alachua C o.. la.
s, ,a r oould not posibly lle Ts thtda of eptem.b A A tI.
llof MDonbth a there was Do core pi Clerk Circuit Court Alaohua Co.. ia. NOTICE OF APPItUCAT)IN AOR TAX'
rte. oleyr Kidney W Oure was r tc. -ee t eI=- I UICI LPNUIM tIr.ON (.' o -F A PItVR
hiMrded to me by a friend, ad I NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX IA. L AW OF i ARII A.
ediaotely sent my son to the Store IDEED UNDER rNTION P OF CHPTKME Nottie tI hereby given that iH K.r, Tnr.
d at n t botl I LA wt or rwoUDA. Trurt e. pureasear o' Tax mcries.e op, pw
nd aer taking th ree battle I datedL eethebdayiof July. A4 l o t aletw.
M so get tbeter, and continued to Nothe I bterby gives that il Rl. Coltoo a oerndifLat' In or e( t,. and Baas ,ade aiplie<-
BPoWe ubtil I was entirely well J. co .ta ~uportnerwhipn omioIedl of W. NHel. Uon for tax deed tolstMe iseetbmodaer with
oVld w if I hld w' o Wale and Perry M.Ve MColaA. pero teers law ltU ocrta eo te ulbcranea t* folu.IrfI
IlUOellum &A Co. o Tax CerUtteat No. s4. dated the L 4k day decriheCd |prurtr situated Ia Al ashes olun.
----of July. A. D INKm, have ledad odb setteaa ty. %FIuida. towit
I cmy Bo PDe. and have made aadiloiUeas for Ne of Nwils hst OS .Ti 1 K T1 -.Oaeroe.
LIC.ENSE BEING PAID. tax deed to isse la aoonrdanoe with law. Tw said lId bhieta aoad at si de of I
b___S erticate embraces the folowlng de* the aimusaer of ues oerteate toa he rame
se ribed property IthUatd lo Ateebus oosats. of Aaderos A Newberry.
luvty and City Coteetor Have Been rord to owlt: trams s o. e lbrs q small e redseme a"-
das for Past Two Days. W% r rot l e. II. T I. D A. L it a aeres eaMtlw to law. tan deed wU lhow theronn on
Te smaid land beimp aROeMed at se date of t e MNbtder of (Iveellr. A II )I L
os ty Tax Collector Diekinson and Soo ol orb e fteto .I he ama W ritoessl my eawl s rsassteo soe lhln
of H. aInroo. IMI lo, dr ot idof e -ptembeor. aI D t
py Tas Colleeior Elis have beea bo al Unss ald corus Wae a b redeem s o-. H. w Itf
pgagied for the past two dayso r ta da w. SnA n e t y a (larr rer t us Court AlIme .ia.
S oIleae, or more appropriate Athe day of eptlre. A.D OI a
mady 1 ( fly oluPa my coW: crso "wm aigoal U&r1 y oo w
lagi oeeuptional tas. Thed law d B. wt U I aeW1. NOTKEl roI Pti'I,.ICA 0tiO
m-.sT- t. .. -i.o.. d Pd C(.lrk Cin Courn AI Co. fsa rLa1 Oe' art aiM-I riao. I
fe eeofapatlon, ind only the is-
a the domeslt semps..
A great may lwbseh bsve been
9666, wbisk bee asasd a rus in both
eveusy mad usly eolleeten oflse.
salefl, however, do not Obsj
"is, f mHU Mare grated to keow
11W Ahnm egd In buelmsw vrre
WON ,-l--so d She rn..y to pal.
"W resebiw drld from elyty I
~mm BaIs me e mo 0o a pet rmes&
binmsinh smo a lost way to-
u~s ausWag she Opurating cel
me be lhe ue bet HIItbe.
V.~h VIe, YIs eskss. Te'za'
efth shIaaIlsme& fev
ekes m hU he sillMe Tse
IUD ? IM by V. CO rm.
LLAS W RAMu I
aim mm 096M ar
NtI(*IC Or APILICATION FOR TAX
mmaD v1)Yjt itcWIoN d Or CMAPTrM
6OR LAWN' OF VLOKIDA.
N#AWO e k here by gifs awe t Ro e CI VM A
Co. 16 0-apshrdet ilt soot W L M"..
N. U. We& WA. PssLam
of Tow Certleslee MuX. U. d-lae Il. 06
ON of Apr1. A 11 120. ,* saw m
Om to is a m.. a hAow* ma.
prUe fmm toxr a doed Le WN W IS 0o'
!Wsh ho. I mM or5am sLs inM0e t"mto-
b.we demlbed u pulspenItedlo A leek.
Conti. plutu. town-,
of "%W mi. Tiol. IL 14- e
ah eee at useo f mi uem IsoUhe sme of
J. C. l'eeib.
Ibm"add mn s~ afqw ebobe Fed.esm"me
admaOI* to.l aw d"ad 0 tosw em 40
00e Oakhdeiof Lof~. 'A DPI"
Whe 154=7W SOPWOMO.ASMC
pd eem" C**uats WsenAtoe ft. M
NOyiCE OF AIYUACATIOX POO TAX
rMD gI'NI SWC K 8W CW A3'Is.
O. LAWS (W rufAA.
kr YI ~ rId II CL IL
VftvdM 0% X, f to". &W- 1- S IL--
Tin Mo Indma A.w anu m as 0 am*
smew 4#smo* mwie ~ I do-
e-of a M ho'
~3S~I9 dIMSuSTo Abm em~e
oa L" L so
0mbr~ ft ComeL~
-- - -iDCr
SCSr (U~ APPIJI*IIOI~9S UU
!f fif; rinzinvi Of i
hotS.. hobby gi,~e 150 th eie
soeduer e be lie IOU.S ,1~ ISWO5,
rlwe rY wll betl *.de e kode LestOwe
9s. OI. k
JANW .WCEU of INam. a..
Md. uds? for u So% off.e I. ?ftN. iL
demm s s Oe Isfal..I og .t e to prove
ofsI M" u bOw .1
wl. 1.Per A. @ A l.011 = A. L Rub-
P' beu. anL of at
Pd W.U.IMmNUON sagluer.11
The Oldest'Whiskey House in Georgia
S OLD 8HAltPE WILLIAMS
Pure flu old riv. Biiy i. he gallon $8.00.
YFou full q $iari f 1 $
EX I RE ar.KS P REPrA I
OLD hENTITK 'COR('NOR
I)irat fro"m bondotd wortohotse, tfine
Aind 41t. By ito gall til $8 (w.
Four full quarit $3 FO
EXPRESS S ITEPAlL
0O0. J. COLEMAN
Pure Penney valn Rye. Iti-,h and
mellow. Bf he gallon $2 7. 1odr
full qoart $8 E0.
Pure substantial famlly whiskey. By
the 'tallou $2 0. Pour full quart
$2 I0 X PRESS PREPAID
Ily th g allon $2' l Four fall quarts
$a h IXPi'RESS PREPAID
01.1o lOINTER: ('CLU'B MOR
Rich and mellowv t:y the, gallon $9.00.
or I il s i itrla x $2 I( )
\VW handle all Lth leading brainds of Rye and Bourbonh \\'WIhski in the mar.
ket and will save you froun toi, FAi per cent on your liirrch lius .
lest and atalogue. Free tilicn application.
THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU LIQUOR COMPANY,
a a. RIMIIM I hIIA Al,,%.
- I I
-If the (;,x)d-l I ion't Suit.
THAT IS OUR MOTTO AND WE LIVE UP TO IT.
i 'KR HAl..
Poppl).r I*till I #.,.*
Que rr City ...... 2 ,0)
Sunny South..... 2 '
Gilt Edge. .. . (10
Overholt ........ 4 ,0
N. C. White.
N. C. letter.
. ... ( ;
N. C Fine .....
DPLOMA IRtE.-I-R GALLON 14.00
WE HAVE OTHERS. WRITE US.
. J. *TILLI AMS,
P. 0. Box 401. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 211 W. Bay St.
EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO
TOE hRlAT ?O ITRRI MAIL OUMR NOMKIL
EXPRESS PREPAID. PllM Quart Meaure.
Platobe tt V: Mt. Otus
Not4hbtss, a Wbheup
kmwmoses's Od or*
".bs eaN (IL AspO IrWAdy
usx 4" leroft trwedy
Eoreb e ck r"Ie c4"
Surva pao (: IWob,
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comb& x V 00M. EIiI x
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NQTICUFPON rVUIJATW k4 Velve a is I*
washie is rz nn ,n. U: r. aeS N.M For~ UsPm S:ir ed
Se, hm ike1eft"P"Vakbate""--w
oeP bw Ba *I sosoONb ot ar"t ow seob t "go
T;emfte" Ia-to I i 9e.
Jerr Lr Is of hr. lb ef ohsm 04~ e~e
ae pm Al 'O" go to
j Am L Form elm& r. of on i ftw om ~r ,r~
W 14 go ased o IM as
__' (I BLUrh 3131* S4S Uth
fr I" B ADSIRACT & RBa fnfl COMPANY
S. slot a f I" NAT VVIOW n,&
od W. 4L Nat Em
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SLON: 00OOBER 54-190
r NEWS OF T mn
I, COUN i-bENSEI
Mttu d mra Intereat Otth
SrT by Ofr ReportYe
| PKIRONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
WhaMt M s Happened and What sl Goinl
SHappen Told in Short Paragraph
So That "He Who Runs May Read*
It I The Sun.
Prown ftdayd's Daily Sun:
The Oity Copncll met in regular
monthly session last night.
Joseph Chesser of LaOross wasl
trading in the eity yesterday.
Mrs. T. N. Smith of Oentral waM
shopping In the city yesterday.
Mrs. J. H. Pattereo of Orange
Heights is in the city, a goest of the
Mr. and Mr, B. D. oner and child
of Oadills were visitors to this city
Mrs. Ida Paschall of Melrose has re.
turned to her home, after a pleasant
visit to friends here.
E. W. Mlllian. the naval stores op.
erator of Waldo, was transacting bual-
oaes in this city y7esorday.
0. D. Deanis of the Dotton Phos.
phase Company, Dotton, was a busi.
neo visitor to thisally yesterday.
SW. L. Godwin of Fairfleld is spend-
f I a few days In High Bpriang as the
aesto of his broder, E. B. Godwin.
G H. Fowler, J. A. Ward aad W. E.
Hodge of Bell formed a trio of Wees
|" EZned visitorsto to chollty yesterday.
Dr. 0. 8. Olatt and wife of Judoan
were among the prominent West End.
an owho visited the county capital yes.
Friends of Miss Fannie Wells are
glad to see her oat again, after an III.
neos afseveral dayl which confined her
to her room.
SP. Hammond of Hlawthorn, one of
the solid merchant aed business men
of the BFat End, wa' a visitor to this
reen Obalmr of Old Town, one of
a most widely known residents of
Srat eetlon, was transaotig businee
In this eity yesterday.
Marlcos Edel has returned from
New York, where he went to purobaeo
hib regular fall and winter line ul cloth.
lag and gents' furnishing, ete.
Miss Nannie Smith of Wacahoota
has entered the University High
SBhool, and will make her home for
the term with Mr. and Mrs. (. C. Ped.
3 M Mathews of Flemlngton was In
'the ity yesterday He was aooom-
panled by his son, Raymond, who will
attend the University High Sohool this
Mrs. H. T. Obesnut and danlhter.
/ Mi El les, of Kanapahs, have return-
ed to their hone, after a brief but
piea sat viit to Mrs. W. T. Choenut,
Jeustie R. W. Small of Hague was
treaatlng business In this pity ye*-
teeuday. Judge stall deelare matters
are "dcstresingly" dull in his oourt at
LAMB Coatrae.*, )not the thing for
farmers and turpeoatie men. 80s per
dooee. 9 for f), or 8 per 100. Oathl
li hand with order. Address. THE
ts, Osaineeville. Fla.
Mrs. M. B. Saundeor left yesterday
ftr Live Oak, havltw been summaoed
on aco0*nt of the seriooe tilae-of her
oleter. It Is hoped she found the eoa-
ditioc of the patieut improved.
F. F. Paultiag of Hawthorl, the
eblelnt number of the Board of Oous-
tI CoaialKoei0rs from that d*itriet, to
ti the city for the purpmo of attend.
ing theo eeoo'l of tht board.
MrV. Jokh Morrow and family) of Ti.
oga hav takes up their home in this
oity ad are plesatly leasted at the
home of Mrs. Whtstore .Mrs. Mor-
row ease for the puripo of plaeag
her children la the I'aiversity Highh
M. U ltryan ad soa. M I,. Jr.
w e ia the city from their bowe at
Alasa yeteWday. Mr. Brya state
"ta scettoene to apes ia e fn e U.
SIt I M d nlt to seeaur labor He
-- O ea II tvll in n an edavor to
M. i.iae W moved hie f amily t
the J tOina OeHSe Heiht. as d ill
oeepy tab PWaae dnlg he oo He
game tog o ei r the persf to
g vig Mis lMg s opetesits to
asteM- the eI sbl, sadm wUl
ateve ---** .as.. ,.,, as l^-
The time is d wing sear for the ap- H. F. Townsend and T. L. Brown,
pearanoe of the Industrial Edition of two progrepmive citinens of High
The Daily Boa, and It is the aim to prtBg, were in the city yesterday.
have every manufeaturtng lnsttution They are good friends of The Boo, and
in the county repessated in its ool- favored stis office with a call.
amns. If the editlsn Intereats you, John Day of High Springl is in \he
Send in your favors. ity. Mr. Day is a fine painter in the
Yesterday was legal saleday, being employof the Atlantic Ooat Line at
the frst Monday lna th month, but that point, and was aent here to su.
matters were quiet aboot the court perilnted the repainting of the coaches
house, nothing out of the ordinary of the Gainesville and Gulf Railway,
eeming to oeur. It waS also rule now'lo the shops.
Sday, but Judge Msooi' being absent Rev. W. J, Martin, member of the
I from the city there was nothing school board, was in town yesterday
' doing i thib line. together, save atedling to his offsial daUle. Mr.
the meetiagof the county commisioan- Martin Is one of the most popular men
ere to reeve the tas books, the sort of the Western Reserve and Is held in
house corridors presented the usual hiJh esteem both as a minister of the
appearance. gospel and citizen. *
Mrs. B. Bailey and brother, Chas. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. MeDowall of
0. Warren, have returned from Jack- Newberry arrived in the eity yester-
oarville, where they went to consult a day, sad will make this their future
sIpecialit in the ease of the latter, who home. Mr. MeDowell's duties neoesi-
was supposed to be sobering from an tate his prestuce at Newberry, but he,
abeeos of the fase. Dr. Drew, how- will come in every week. This family
Sever, greatly encouraged the patient will be Igldly welcomed to Oalnesville.
by assuring him there was no indies. Hon. T. A Duke of Mouteoeha, one
tion of as abwsees other tban aslight ln of the most widely keown residents of
flammatlos, and expreead belief that that action and an efficient member
the trouble could be removed without of tile school board, was in the *city
the aid of a surgical instrument, yesterday for the purpose of attend-
Friends of Mr. Warren will be glad to nlg the regular monthly meeting of the
learn that be is very much improved, board. He was aceompaied by his
I rornm Weediday's D.fy &un: son, John, who will remain here aid
M. A, Densler of High Springs was a attend the University High School.
visitor to tbh city yesterday, iHen. R. B. Wteks of Hawthorn,
Mits allied Perry of Roebelle was chairman of the school board, was in
shopplog n the city yesterday. town yesterday, having some to attend
J Fa uth has returned to Alachoa, the regular meeting of that body.
after a short visit with his family here. "Unele Bob," as be is familiarly
J. J. alil and Richard Starling of known to his old friends, Is one of the
LaOrose were trading In the eity yes- beet men in the county and ha served
terday. the people faithfully for a no.a.
Frank Irwin, the merchant of Fair. ber of years a county ommisioner
banks, was a business visitor to this and member of the school board.
city yesterday. Georp P. Morris and Dr. J. M. Bor.
Richard Hadooek of Alachua was log represented Waldo nl this eity yes-
among the ho ho paid (ainesville a terday. Mr. Morris is the hustling
visit yesterday. agent of the Prudential Life and other
0. W. Roland of Alachua was in the reliable insurance ompauies, and is
eity yesterday, and made The 8un an enjoying a good business, If appear.
agreeable call. an*e oooet for anything, for he is as
"fat and sleek" as the proverbial
., R. Oathrt, La prosperoou mr. butter-ball. Mr. Morris waa en rotate
ehant of High Springs, was a b9lnea to Fort White, where lst night he war
visitor to this city yesterday. preent ad assisted ino stalling a
J. M. Torner and W. 8. Jackson of lodge of Bethbone listen, the femi.
Lake View were in the eity yesterday nine brame of tae Knilght of Pythlas.
and made Theb on an agreeable call. __ I
I J. 0. 8ykes of Waaboota. aget of ikLA11&4 I j i
the Oalnesville and Gulf at that point,
was business visitor to this oty yes /
te eday. W RK
Among the prominent farmers visit-. i
In OGainesville yesterday was W. J.
Hodge of Alaohua, who is one of the
most suecesful in the county.
Edward 0(toen of Willeford, J. J.
Haymans ef Lochlooa, and Joetlee J. A C K
W. Drummond of Trenton wre among
the visitors to (Caineeville y i erday.
Mr. and Mrs. F D. Warner have re-. r(mpest stre e Earth,
turned from a pleasant isit to rel-
atives of the former at Ohleago, Ill.
They report a most enjoyable outing.
Misc Ida Little of Bumaer is among
the students at the Univesity High
school. Miss Little will reside wkh A
Mr. and Mrs 0 Pedrilk while here.
er H. Benjamli. Jotlee J. W. Smith
of Mianppy; J. M. Halle of Alashoa
and J. H Rollins of Roehelle wer
among the visit tor to h, city yet er.
day4. Em AT
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks And we ar a. buoy as bee
for sale at this ofie, the form ued in A ad as e W
Alaehu county whikh vsn mosey in GOODS. *erl tali brngW
recordlag. $1 per hundred or i0 er or,. b
doea by seasil O*6 maMootaemplany: more of tim great bIretlm
ode by dw a iua p which ot kbyer picked up
orer while I teo e Her e mar*
'~ ---hess. Aso e** pewe et time
READ THIS. ill t-ll abotoa
l EAD w 1 Iof the SPPIAL thigp that
Notai, ALa., Dee. 24, 185. we have, but IJ te pueeat
Dr. B. W. Hall, St. Louts, Mo -Dear we will Just ry: COe* ia
*ir: Havnlg tried dlirent doctosn a d be eaa ood thast we ear
and thlr remedies for seeral yuea. rs ye tfnm a to 0per
for bak and kidney trouble, I fousd ent all the ay through
othtiln suceseful natil taking Tbohe
Teue Wondr," Mall's Oreat Dioe .-
ory, .a aig rapidly eured, the old
eayig with railroad ae is "UOd bte
the ma who lawated the Pallma
sleplan ear be I emy "Ck(d ble the
laheater of Hallo Toms Weeer."
Yeas trly, H Ndejltm rfa Chi-
W B. CLAn,
I M & 0. R.i0., MoWle. Aia. drm 'ioB Sh S
A TEXAS WONDEL nd Idq m
Oe amaU bMie f e Team W S i
di, da% GWeuwe Dovw y. es all
kiW &Ad bbader wumbte, ______e
raml, ema iabl. sem al em. -L --- -
atm& wak and as buaks, sBBeal
"in ad so b-e giu- ofai the h .
satldMa. It s i t t to li aeerw d"
rOweetU b Iad M utoa .
I ... M.
Mr. and Mrs Jetse C. Clark and
daughter, Mis Lillian, have returned
from Richmond, Lawrenoeville and
other points in Virginia, where they
have spent a delightful summer.
Friends are glad to see them at home
0. 0. Powell expects to make his de-
parture today for Winston-Salem, N.
0., where he has accepted a lucrative
traveling position with a furniture
coneorn. D. D. Powell will also be
with the firm, and expects to leave in
a few days.
Perry M. Colson has returned from
Ebenezer, where he went on the sad
mission of attending the funeral of his
brother-in-law, Rev. Mr. Holbrook, the
death of whom occurred at the home
of the deceased in Hampton on Sun-
o 0 Note Heads and 100 Enve-
2lopes with yuur name and
busrloesprinted thereon, delivered to
any part of the United States on re-
eelpt of $1.25. O4sh must accompany
order. Positively no credit to any one.
Address The Son, Gainesville, Fla.
J. P. lynoh, who recently purchased
the big eypres mill of the Alachua
0yprees Company on Newnan's lake, is
In the city. Mr. Lynch is working a
large free of hands on full time The
capacity of his mill Is 18 000 feet per
day, and be finds a ready market for
Captain and Mrs. 0. B. Wingate
have gone to Wiater Garden. Oraoge
onoaty, where they willia future make
their home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilate
were for any years reeident of Golf
Hammock, where they were engaged
ia the hotel business. They recently
sold this property to other parties.
Dupnis of Bland, one of the moet wide-
ly known and prominent men In that
section. Captain Dupuis attes that
the farmers as a rule are prosperous,
but have lost heavily on cotton, sinee
the inclement weather and caterpillar,
combined with the rust, have knocked
them nut. The drop will not run over
sixty-five per cent in the Wesa End,
which mesnr a net loss to the grower
of thirty-five per cent. OtIercrops,
with the exception of corn, are good,
and the planters are satisfied with the
Prof. O. Franklin, the eyesight'spe-
eialist and oeulist, has returned from
Alachua and other points, and will re-
main at the Brown House, thi4 eity,
today and tomorrow, the 5th and 6th
inst. Those who have not called mo
him now have another opportunity to
uorrect their defective eyes. All wrk
guaranteed. Prof. Franklin will ob.
serve the following dates, and the pub-
lie will be governed aacordingly: Ala-
chua, 8beffield Hoose, Saturday sad
Monday, October 7 and 9; High
Springs, Casey House, Tuaeday and
Wednesday. October 10 and 11; New.
berry, Commercial House, Thuorday
and Friday, October 12 and 18; Ar-
rhtr, Magnolia Hotel, Saturday, O.-
tbter 14. Remember the dates.
Cotton Growers, Attention.
All interested in the C:AttoA Aooela-
tion of Alachua county, and who have
interesL along this line to look ater,
are invited to attend a called eA-ing
to be held in the village of Alashe on
Saturday, Osober 14th, at 11e. a. .All
farmers of Levy. Marion, Bradford ad
Colombia oeanties who are tlatresed
in 8e Island cotton are invited to at-
A numotr of youne people gathered tend. J 8. DrPsI, Prensdet.
at the home of Ms. M. A Easterlia, E. B. Laws, Secretary.
01 West Orange tret, Toeeday eves. -
lasg, ad partielpated la as old-time Aways Liberal to Jhurchks.
party, and after a ople of bours de. Every o errh will be given a liberal
lightfully speat all mretrad o their quantity of L. & M. paint. Call wr It.
homes, feeling tht they were Indeed 4 pglom Loog s & Martiaes L. &
foraaate in being ameog the ignited M. paint lmied with three ga1o l Mi-
iues. wed oil will paint a heame.
L A. Jerigaa hassold to Mrs. Mat. W B. Barr. Olhaetee, W. Vs,
,i L. Bowae hti hWen aad lot on the write: "Painted Frankeabarg Mack
aooeorn of ast agoll a troe and with L.& M. Stands out as thsgb
doeth Oak aenue. The house is a varnihed."
oeefortable one, oootalsia six rooms. Wea n and cover ke gold
The lot t 50100 feet. Mn Rs Brown )o' pay $1 s aga pUoa I" l awed
and family will move into their oiw ml. which you do in ready-.le.or
homo aw a0oo na eeusary repairn Ga paint.
be made. By oil fresh from the barrel a
NwoSce t s e Pubc.-We will n's per gall and mis it with L
at Lensoo. Vla. Monday foreoon at & ..
10 o'Joek sharp. on Oteober the 18th. Ismks paiot s saM abo $1.3 p
eony-elgs head of l*s mele and So'ld by 8 jT .
two hrmes as pblic seesu o to the J. 0. Bishop. AlaChe.
bighem s bdde. Leamto e eatrally
oawd o the a Sabo. Railway, b e.
twen Brose am Oer ('reek. ian
rIty *eoaty Powler oW D ON 0 T
Friedo of Dr an Mrs Williamti
Satherlaad of High sprs will W, re. I N*a ew W ae i
gom to leap tho i t s ohr. IIa 'asam Ia!- ss. ewe wfAllM
Frderiek Willbn. Ui Ul in Liv Ok6. W. ~ 'si r a me etaI
The child WNa G "aamhd wish eagesta ar aem OF mai4
of a e bowei swvejal depe adr __N al I -OWL ,01 i
-earded by t a desdi b p&yeis i L ae --
a bes u o laa to itia eal led i Dr. JAJIU SI
ad Mrs nea erled. w*a s a te I
this s. cnto Lve OIh.
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A'om Thunrda.v's Daily Sun:
J. J. Vauohn of Alachua was amorg FRECKLES AND PI PLES
the visitors to this city yesterday. 1in 10 Dayl, u
J. L. Medlin, the naval store opera-
tor of Meredith, was a business visitor N A I A
to thin city yesterday.
J. 8. Davis of Fairbanks, engineer THE COMPLEXION BIAUT IlRL
and superintendent of the Lynch cy-%
press mill, is in the city.
A marriage license was issued yes-
terday to LaFayette Knight and Mrs.
Belva Smith of Jonesville.
Cha. H. Crisman of Mioanopy was
in the city yesterday. Mr. Crisman is
marshal of that progressive town.
Turpentine leaves for sale at this of-
flee, f0 per dozen, $3 per hundred.
Oash most accompany order. dawtf
Deputy Sheriff G. W. Livingston of
Newberry was among those who paid
Glnesville a visit yesterday. He came
on oafical business. T N A -
Wm. 0 Brewer of Williston was a
visitor to this city yesterday. He (Formerly advertised and sold a i
came on business connected with the ... SATINOLA...
United States land office. No change In formula or package. he nau:,
E O. Cobb, the clever and efficient only hak been changed to avoid eoOfu~slal,
agent of the Seaboard Air Line at this we cannot afford to have so valuable prepare,
tion confused with any other).
point, expects to make his departure
oAD INOLA I guaranteed. and money w .:
today for New York and other points J be refunded in every case wher it faa.
on his annual vacation. He expects to lurscolorae eoons.bl ck- leads. dal reru-
be absent several weeks. tlon. etc The worst cases to s drs Leav.
the skin clear, soft. healthy, and roaores the
Mis Maria Strickland of Paradise beauty of youth.
was In the city yesterday. Mips Strick- bPrice h oentsu and 1.00. Sold to each cit>
by all leading druggists. or by maiL
land, on her return home, was acoom- ra Pss A ONLY av
panied by her brother, Milton Striek- National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
land, who has been under treatment Sold in Gainesville by J. 8. Bodiford
for his eye in this city for the past few & Co. and J. W. MCollum & Oo.