Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01252
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 1, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01252
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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eeS ce l ghtsWhe Cr-- 0- eArrivedish atte Jst Two Weeks Mter t
*tens Mount Hope Rotreat In
Paa~~ ly& Oer sacce Ascent. nqmm ,Bprm Frou tortML

lbul on mnlnutes. After an hour's rest COLUMBIA, 8. C., ept 80.--lorm- ATTLE, Wash., Sept. 0.-Prel. place on the ticket," siod the Preo
'tatVb of Wrt again went aloft, this time Or over Mies N. M*SweOy of det Taft last night aseaed the Pa. dent, "I do not se why ovuoo fta
of New York remattg the air tor a x nute South Carolina,. whob as been under o ast, just two weeks after his should not name e for the Proe
yesterday, and thirty seconds. attaining a spoed treatment at l M9 n Retreat In start from Boston. He will leave Se- dency. If you noamiate im for fhe
S pper a jof the y two Usted at ftty emles at r hand Baltimore ste 1s last, died1at battle or Taoma on Friday and will S idnoy I shall be gta to go b
tloWa thgl te tiatd sh fiorfta p out o that institutionat 1:0atl o'clock yester ave tht c at midnight, going lore the country tetiy to so
Tak. Thl, the ,t day of bay, palita entIrely around the peaxtay mor ig. For the past week it south until Los Angeles Is reached. knowledge of his s ad ability
'he a e elebra eblm o y e bM ee own her tat the me The come the trn to othe ~as a I a dah nrh.
i tb the heier Not cntt co with thee speetas. o woo cr illl Il, and A great thron people waited In the throts that eeted the Pre
OiMei, k teatas Wrigtt made a third fight wift went to Baltlm ,to be with tor the PreA nt at the states an idel atM the srt ho were a Itarg
i i 'tero. betor a crowd o O 1,000 person. his death, a was hl ,i, through wMhe 'he paMed, and there memb of the Wopea'sl eUef
rar l their Yachts, exeusion boats an4 vrtous B. Mo wey. w t eering at every tep of the Cors.
Mi great e raft thad gat red on both asde of M"Hs body will bi' t ody to W
t uc"eictely, by thee fll, which Is being Used as the lf 4 eoareat Ham p C., and The visit to the eka.uaPa ..y W* W
e d Geo ge L.. t feld, and they touted their MteE there. xpos tion will eN today. At. the M o-e..,' a-idthefre.
?dIn The New whistles notlly as be maahlve roe (oIveror l*' e"ee was ter luncheon he will sake sa address dsent, a the l 4 b
O.* New York to Al. fr, the ground for the IMt eight a native of Cha teetes'& U.. where In th. nsatlcl ampjtheoatr. The 1 o t o t w natO
re torged to decend be. of the day. .He did not attempt to he ws born Aprt ,1, S. e President also will spetk at a baqet o om' ,
ph~aq r gst rdnitis Ie fly over the water nor did be go to a newoy tod m ,eror of the tt the Bxposition gonds during t he
were well der way. any great height, but executed two "office evning. "it t 10to e 0 a
rb thr aee o mpl ee erclea In the air, then e wSth Carolina, bes b T President yesterday passed int .JI w to al
W tl5 o ~t llt l UM the r memer of the S t Lgfttre and thrug a region whik displayed It. s.tl *U
pofcluding his rival, Crtis oide Lof the South ilia Pro vets t thi way of fruit ratoinf. aes. a- o-si
i-aratin. M dwln with d odn the ease with which he aMa e .e o o f At Nth where e paed w
le s th wusnlated his craft Ms fthf d A954Ithe foreaseesand made an Addresse
St In all three of his lights yesterday ohAt whM 4the Predeat saw oe. of the lst

W" be" a" ANT am VaVW m s fted of tbm,
W righ m. t lachi e showtied le @te 1 wf At @ .t tl trratei frui stoo l tert try and add sto he,
S 13 St o speed than that of Crtis. bt the tstos. * of W applhs epon ally pension, the wel 3 t

Slate m tom e N h Woa address th e Prk A.ds Itt Ie 1 ref
wana qal U a inohuter weasa Weslme1 Thtotat o a

a 4lnla ar for tipootn wau the xlra 1 to lr m6, t4 Jt o fWashi, ngton whoWOWs T
e a11 I, e11111atiy Pwa as s weateaw ed ea aslee. Thee

th arst oave the I e png od TS& tWO ish est, ir Haov stw to bes

Inthe urg Pla earl e e The Ite l r st.u In i. tH
oo o tthe orasThe start of the dirigsiblee a HPreeor
t lg.raslt to Albany IMwacd el er 44 of h beo otM Is e"P d 'li whlb thichSo
Made Tfhree ihts. a asco, btiut t is a oou 1W0 that the te 1 the s 6lall isWeslk less. -
later Wright made hs b looas will be nade ready t ath g eMW "Ia to-Ilaltin Senator Jones for a (O0sinlas pW b
escireling Goveroor's Is eor attempt it the *rst opportauity.aw oiofrlh e a1Mm I IV1b he

lin ois tho ir for sev- Ttleso was the f to rt on to 4Y 1 Abb m AHayi s ft L w 4 v *
Ia the p ubli stio of The m s 4l
Sor ~~~ a rt n so oingis t are of tha

m atitoro t a ii.e th ble e e
Inoer o'ease In Num W t"Me amt 1 th heb p irof'M e
. 'CountyOardsat as LC.

w in3Dt l mleai in8 3to 1s 4 be was ehioted
_________a membr of the11th CarolIA Eag PUN$AOOIA. Sept. .-With three heard that they wereesmlg
X. Sept. 3.-There issued 34,Ma petets, a e0208s of ist, a heam toof eaista who a no P"Iaw we

of Mi mneow hdd ve. wov h thm onStubUfor e year e amber of f te gero, d amim m 4 sea t Udeedto e her hded t 1b mhe r aso d
Whoave done great foroe.lrsphy ex ltive eaittee. md o sad d rIeb. Sheriff Hayes Lewis of M o them he o 8"a re.~
r a1t to e, w The pate ts grentd-b at Wash rten year he served as r ldlet of risa s, I Jassos esl y, arrived antd N Mm to be weaeM I
e Morale t about since anM aae now fuar b Yd u Itr oi. 1r1e P Asats er e at a ae wher Tua rsal sad prise the atee She eWgug1&
no& "p"eop e bt e and aMIO.wwtol dww O a00 wPlacea h e teIs aI the county i l. were foiled by hi IM
almaost, or a cog, the advice Of the 9e06W prmtItlW the trip, which he hoped wol 014 They a Cry ad Robertr Gray and while they wet l"a the t s
Mtl lever or see to ki clients. 8vest 0 1 ttle ate Albany. dHe ot away at 11: md so Denvi. all charged with the w ml wmre wl made, ad Sthe
Uthi, should begin to e evaded worth as the este rlyidi ae de a planter of Ja -"eps Maty, ess wer, a ed. T WFI
I poe* a tly to l still n I nproeses of daeit PIt, heNow- Da arees at 11:a, shot oa dlm wesreapl4 tby the sbe la15 mNow*reWsJe as le we of

of the igber hid telegraphy aperralla i IOpital. s a few moeemta he VM a mso esusetrysm rusebed the st" ruse. se slpped th ageem

Is wly ind the Palet O ay f st to view, huts a pu of wnd map sad med dems fo hbse e t te t ta r Peamsl.
ftagss. s a sa01wo the bal*s len gate. mad i aeMaIsI. ma. whMil be to be eemer,

M4'atlmee TaMlimseg, at h he

*heage surppug& ao Ierm of .s:&iZ st o n aA uIPouaorhe lasui stsues
a sa~e pgstpsesss eleMe Pa., as sol tapnksce hop imas gr

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bosom a* no kilafla~themdo wies mo

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&Dry" Law of Teneo.sss is Hit Stver* sn deC
Blow by Court'" Recent lery-the kind that Os'


CHATTANOOGA, Sept. 30.-By vir-
tue of a recent ruling by Chancellor
T. M. McConnell, Tennessee whole-.
salers are still shipping liquors to At-
lanta and all other cities In other
States, although Tennessee went dry
July 1.
The Holladay bill, or the State-wide
prohibition law, provided "that It shall
not hereafter be lawful for any per-
son to sell Intoxicating liquors," and
when It went Into effect all retailers
aud wholesalers ceased business.
Subsequently a stockholder of J.VW.
Kelley & Co., a local wholesale liquor
house, went Into chancery and peti-
tioned the court to construe the Hollwa
day bill as a tippler law, or else to
declare it unconstitutional, s' b"lia
onflscatory in that it rendered w4 bw
less the large stocks of dealer on
As a final decree, the hamMeetoW
toned to enjoin the St"a A
city officials frg
complatnant In the *
JFods by wholesale, as M
Kelly 4 Co. from.
the p
lt toe 14t bd y r a othi
laday law.
0 e"Wl0n f the d ler,

Hi reedeeiW bs decree Obudeleao
sia i to part.
e abeurd to ay that thk
g hAli.. to prevent people ti
H~ttt om shlppag eor
fots. cur Itate to he ued and
by -rpeople, and at the'aaae
i MYa that the people th this

'bu other StatB*
i sW state latm* erae..oer

p* ^nB U, be*use

A!~~u~, lbin my

moo tOwte.
1 the tq4e.

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sad- fm acbm

~vt nh sone.Vall
69a.. herehavebee
hrmas Mm me kwtn.

M Avals R Timsasowl
S. shtut ibe
~US Oa-ak mm thiatemJ
aft Due lofts w

bat sI Woh et at th
he saoMMak wall bs
Ofet 10 budeemqwosL
080. mbbW Ineep
at 6oleavuyesterdoayt
.&by "wiht itwillN
ft mau1w 0 dmNw
g lnel ismleywhionwi"
~ upek Ia toe(a galo

stays sharp ad gi

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on Ov aporation
night. enthe b
On, and their sou
Its natural oils
Scaly skin I

k ness, niultipil
WAY. Then the
dig acrid mte
tY stream of
Imnatter and
other dlsea
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ng a good COMpig
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4he oldest an0


(Coatnued from rage One.)
there should be performed and a s*-
penlul mdded and aid given to
4 people Pbo by the providence of
Qod Were put under our guardianship.
"'Onal tbMse who have been in the
PhiliPla.e know the sArlfloes and
the laarthlps to which our boys in
tMe. *iluds were exposed. Only
DheMe who have been in the Philip.
*pae know Md have a proper pride
Io what thelr d therf, for they were
MIeo upon not only to meet a toe
I"re damerous, Uuhtua in Oriental
bteh~ob, tut after they had eaUqured
then they were put in a position
where they bhad to reerise a self re-
tratint and a -ua hp and an to.
depedce of a1lou that only mUe
Is the American army are capable of.
S"o. whenever I met anyone wh
A baui e9t to the mi ppiM q,
iUe a ebodee* 4bt' Io and o 'ein
'it* audience WHOub I as addreudin

olad eat
t6iie f'wdistant geSom of thePacile


NEW YORZL eptL .0-Danil 05m'
ford, one f the perveba and
sutmrig soldiers whomarehed to tau
elief I Geal Catro ad v WON
in btur le" af the utam
who Oet mesd IN" vw
wed by ladletIsAMua Inhgite~b

utse Pm FarU, 00,t 'bo III
about as im Yom d bes
oet. o ad to. e lab b i ghat
kern 7-7ma eosubw
had hrn im l ad wito a ho
sovrel womb.

A ghddr&- U
Vly AU boymT v ft m Iwo do
t"mea n am omorned bw ad
k em'sestodo~le malow am.Or
tons Quitdohe me sam t"W's
l opw I 'w 4, rrrr

aft VA afs. a tmmo lw
am "w moay b" Om by WE.

toaw boo mb a o '.
m is, pha 1 --~ ~~3
us)O my ~eg dea

m" e o t loe hstatis ane 4i6s

to that State after him.
Justice Stokes cbnmitted Pearce i
jail under a $1,009 bond to await the
action of the grand jury at the nest
term of court.

Two" Negrees Wre brought Her
Thursay *rem Newherry.
Daput. StheiE Wynne of RW tesy
bro ht two poro prtIaa to the ty
Thursday sad plaOed them toII ml to
await their tOMe to be sIat to the
iAlee near Iolwer.
Matt Milner. a lsegro who ormerly
lived to GalIua ,ie and was ooseeted
with a preuseli. club, was. eat up by
Justice Carter of Newberry !a a

Nora mGQbert who ah cned -4th
some 130 played la her hads by
r man for saf-keepmg, wa al
give three months upok the same

Sound Overto I4eat em ef Court
,H y Ju~n 0emoeat meNow

Thugs 44aaM* gat as
wed I ogI bs6o jilto awwult the
aethrM 4rmuwoa 'OLN
Newbenp and 9t1tose d ttoobum bhi.
sul'r~Ll nmW m
tostustlesS' s~ad an eeuq

or *1 tdo din to ashIn
Whoa Vaanued was


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^^ rNo t W'J t.. .. TuAKm wi W LL I A LSI.A.
ST. Mu woo 4re talls, yWut all about It TUR Wih M At RAC.
..-.ma with the Ai ~ he rin t.ts lena-.
ON' t ha d t viwd w e smtotw the n tr nu. acimrn; n ..S.Ir01 iI. Out
itn m hwl tshaka aa Wi. .mp. Any naUrny tOmbl. tolls Of idaiey
S ad ar- y Ills. After" Our Peent Brullant
Setr' and bf aslstnt. Don's KIda Pills cure all kidney
lif t taem a on People n this v!ICtty tetfUy to
tadptrta e day a this. JACBONVILL, Flt.. Sept. 0.-
ater ir v a tot ia were betag Jos. *k,. Tboipmn street, "I ha've gone carefully .over the t-
toad, g p sttattea fitat t was oft Starke. 7U..a": "I am r lad aUtlo." M'said L Pftrrh to a Mtropo.
SS st t 4t ealI.las hea to recommend D an's Kidney Plus Hla r forte # Uthis ity. eterday at.
llhM mao. as they proved of reat bene8A to .e. tatqo%. "and I have doeIded to askeO
today aV sBd novel The pausages of k*a hy mor seentir the or Congress "Mlast rmak
sW iwro At a wr Irreduar and wbwen the meri Clark.
t io~ o oos e elaMted u any, d tions wore allowed to Jtand they 4do "4 ma that runs a alnast Clark
ee stes that she i be able reple tatenIsely ad was very lame and sore, 1 a capable o doing It. Wieoun
the tM.t p 9titlar aorIatlg It hard &or me to stoop 0 aik.e my announcement I will proceed
rM a to m -. l It. I eold not rest well and more. to k a vgl orouas eapalig. and
| lugtoepon arisag I Wam tired and wIU vMlt every section of the aIe
worn ot. I at length hoard of rtet"
~~E :6 marketss Deun'% eydn Plls Atd deciding to
r !fae gise th611 aItrial, I procured a box. C. Khlger. the Jeweler, 1016 Vlar
S. a g business. Thi Mdy teted a complete cure glint avenue, IttdlaU.Slls. Ind..
44Mk. ofrn nmak The Th < e sd t.he hut dWwrites. "I was a weak from khiam
anU wsat 40 I appeared and my -kidneys beftam truable that I oon rfl walk a
IMw dw l normal" undrW-fee. aeer bottle ot of
.ad #. 4WRf 5 p7tratMW In ror sale by all dealers. Prit 50 KIdney Remedy cleared my maplex
centst. os ,,te*rMilbarm'n Co., New York. Ida, oued my baketae ad the Ir.
Neewr MSa O tn IA ioy of the ete sht tte nteo Baett. reglwitthee ippeared aad I aew
-ter bah s eeh SIPfe to8t eleot tenapber the name- on'-and sow attend to business every 4ay at
s* s tock ofl aMeat' me shown o to iako there reaad fealy's Kidney Remedy 1i
__ ladles, a4 she Aitt that asbe o" all caterers, a# It eared me after tbh
ja1sawly vest I1 their 'Mlwsive. MA G0OOD TIML doctors and other rtdlee had fall
a -p6 MtirautI th>li every e.. 4. -1 M*otom Co.
Saheamit IOUtclW r 41d 0# Wi11mer Moreay "Runs Auteto -i--
rds s n Yo m e W intme Prem Newberry. It "m a I"~s or obud amythlw
tlasde a puali^ att ot the M oer Morsr* yB In company with swotwe0 eye s
An d t sl ..T e s b f r w tt, OtsTh ompson and W. sMe
speaksmade a business trip to Mor
1-, Newberry one.Thueday Ia the interest n e a IWmat os th14 vtWA
CROP ABOUT "AT1H 1 '1 of this paper. and during this trip Mr. lSb s
'.-. MoCreary made test time In la b his n.
.All of the.La wersHaveCor wers Have C. tobe Newberry to laine NOTICO OP ILEON.
t ftNotwithstanding that the roads are
SFrl.r om T. H. Cats t Ala au the ~cry dry, Ad In lpicuaMry bad oon. By virtue of the authority vested
p at prtr ltro e9 Th"rety &hKI M dtlo m the retarm trip was made frm toe as Mayor of the City of GaInw
f6 an of the farms an that sectic had polat in Just afty autes, tIo ld v. lorida, 4do hereby emil as elea
m oompletd gathering their cotton ma tand Ito tort tps. The t d em to Ie heM In sa ity Os TufM
SA ifm bOt e IaMds wlUl now be turned Into oovnd to Just a little over olshtem day, the Ith dayt W OtbeWrI, W for
+pea t. ra., 116 allO, sad bo slt t les f this road the ppoe of eet10lS a Marshal to
-a It ly is tis the ease wih the is yd to W the mter part AlU the umoired term of B.. tA%
t WN Si growers, rmarlked Mr. Cato, of It being i heaviest kiad ol now. the f omer marshal .
*l* f o a taa" to ave *iterytw n P00 M, Mtt th tbesinged to a The pot li pllae of aM electionn
maV msot4hird o whew shoud thrn on high ga,. sever on"e let s hall be sa the rear of the Madleal
-s*e ot M at 0i04ap r Wamioo1 s pui l blDa, et Maim n. d s. asad0
V. W oth pVi n ha Mvea The 4O tr rt e we ie r so l a poli wAl oWet a
= 14furlo. od.It Is e w h that in was tW" ead$ alpe4 With W t11rp." es e a. 4m. Mand *we at meadows
ess a the people hSe not av* tune aSmp t Ot* C em aS lambs 1 1 1 A a'
ag ka efAs k to aIese ac M VaAMa fit dathi i gth e of M stps, tai tis is a*bou the A. TIL 1Uhr e herby* aWtotiled
bas M t bassery be di w N d 4i0t1a g be reor e mad byy ay mUseas that peetw Ad1* .I Adaai. lewk o
to the rower. haso far traveled the Tloga road to I o
Tio tdhe e' bres .* tad wrry.Ge n ermy abd ad th( sesi
see: f A 'Alsabut Vf t k14t up"rrolmao to passesovo1thoa tn u aM ek tMhee li d of Smp
week, but b t has new drope, bvA ap( ae of t ste wesM won maim emr.r ISM
Sto eants. theoplto that Vbtr" Me .HORATIO DAVM, MW.
j, .1 g I a 4 0 ir @id lmI l ramy Krlm prAlI e se

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WhtM eeusios as it w prdel w t sr *rg crwtor 55A
eth~eri sd nonetter t Sa* t s^ cMS tvr w wis HCe Ise kee?
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We are
gains theccm1i.)1
at prices neveo
equaled in OGainiit.nf

Look through th"
locals-read our ad.i
and be convinced-rn
then see if you ase
willing to take advoan
tagp of these pri ,es

We merely mention
while patding along
the road of prosperity
a few of theSe many
bapalit which you
would do well to eon-
iide betor. 'buying.
elewhm. L o ok
though the peat ad.
vertising media um
(TShe Sn) our
bargain ade. and be
one among the aiy,
of our UatlefAd cu4

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.im.lia Motel n Gaines,

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ftatee at the PO 01A ON at Gainesvill,
ria., as snAn<-Otam Ball matter.
3. H. MoCaIIaT..Sitor and Publisher
B. M cAi .....MusesMan
7, M. PRaWMTT. .aut. Composinga ooms
-,. Offlo In Haymanfl Block.
l W. Main SBret, 8. Telephone 21
STe Dally Sun, published every m'rn-
-xo.'t Mooday, dellvred,by cmurer
te city or nmiled to any prt of the
ted states, postage free, for $6 a year;
M six months; $1.25 three months; or
Scents for five weeks-strctly In ad.

Radi notUoeet In local column 10 cents
tme fr first inSerton, and I cents for
Rates for ata&*y a4vrtlsilng made
on !M!!,ton.
Twthice-Wek Bun Is an eight page,
i oluma paper, published every Mon.
sad Thunday, and contains all the
of he week. local, State and len-
and will be called, postage free, to
art of the United states, for J1.00
^4 ,r1-4t advance. __

1An avertisIn bills become due after
I apemanrce of advortbement. unless
stipulate i n contrae Paotiesa
known to uas will be required to pay
advertsalIn ln advance. Address,
S, ainesvil.e, Florida.
us who ook for short n uts to proM .
* itt likely to lo his way.

SOil o so0 alarmed about
that its stoks have fall u
to I71S.

Vena who assert that 4E Kila
iras a* merry old soul didn't pay
goal bills.
ande Peary's attitude toward
Cook shows that a great explorer
be a'very small man.

I'Fly aetivltles in fall trade indt.
-Ik Ut h. prosperity prophets
w wt they were talking about.

sU la fithe
!M mart bethe gas-

withetanding his great expe-
Commander Peary does not
appear tf have learned the win-
at 4 ooi under trying ei'

Sas it may appear, Jusatle,
"nd Truth are now universally
Ia New York. But they are
alset warships, and that makes

rkish Premier wants to build
Ss which thore shall be no speed
i 1 mtorIits. Slow old n-
*f wie atve cht roads all ovei this

street railways carried, last
103,000,000 passengers, at theL
ft f of I cent. Allowing
wear and tear on footwear, It
to ride In London than to

enalon regarding the rapid
of the United states' tUmber
be somewhat relieved by the
a strides made in the use
I and concrete for construction

urb*ae the Peary party has
rv d a use for the polar regions,
Ideal place to make a fight sue.
ag st tuberenulot. summerr
Pin" hbe aays, "are mild and
t place even within the
the Artle ne. the atmo.
cerdiuom and eoatant i
it prae lly impossible tor
lo r eelosia germ to exot"
4Ow weemonoa Montreal comes.
eartlhed evideneoe f lax meh.
i mua al adminIstraton. It
k"S voted to place a board of
Iscbar of the adminlstra.
metbVarwoas dcii departments.
AhratIm was take In every
i thi country were
3 oe"* e"It I would probably
i to t'e wlare of the people.
:e Mew Jee lIs a threoytar-old
irWV merew bm gfmbwers will.
irebta ftri M kN g aper ci

Is a a Va Wu who Into

ba wa m Sate eft -

of the living wWi

w.f I;jwuu&*=]


New York It wotderntg whether tMhe MatA n mon S *
explorer's a me should be nrmoaced oadld m feuof ty -am-hl at the seo
public will be u wanimes In re. lI a n t i n r& M uti te U Volk

cathrrh aftt -c ur ft o Air Line RIsliw8AtV
with te applocaUonl au they eas et to e tato thes of thoe 6 1 o .
rec the seat of the dimes. Catarrk u th tear r fa16r. Gle me y - O Km 6 .-- + 1
is a blood or emstitutlbM disease. is se- a.d yu wii 0eva l ave 2A B,.9
amd la oder to cure it you mst .take r to i Iret L BALGH. ICMOND, A A Ima .
Internal remedles. Halws Catarr CAM M DL P!ILAD.P* .
Care is taken internally, and acts i- TA it
rectly on the blood and meous setr- T r b Gt cards
face. Hall'. Catarrh Curai ta Ms ao _S _2_Sin_ TWo Elepist Tuiam D
a quack nedlelne. It was -prsc
by on of the best pbys lelas thos SEABOARD EXPRM
country for years d is a reglarr,
prcrlplo. It t ocomposeda of t he EABOA
be*t toaies known. cmabMaid with the
bet blood purSern acta .directLy p.I
o the o surarn o es. The perfebwpctn"Nu"b
compS SStoi of to r ONLY IJNE I
it Carlns arta. Seed tor teel.- | ****_I J-shfailte stoNeol
IP.tals eCH NeYme (M aT* -e s0.M m

Tak. al's ami Ply Pills for roe- PAP*


_ ;

It wllt probably be" fOtld, When..e.ritici by4 1b M 0 he e
:areful and exact nve nation is the personnel of the a m t 1 '
nade, that the recent damage don their that of a eo effort to put tbat -,
long the Gulf of Mexico was due not bdly out f oia te e st he net see-
o a tidal wave, strictly o called, but stin of ConVieSVUst .o toe ov
to a wave raised and cast inland by looked in the Middle West, and we
the force of the terrific rriane do not belie it will be. If one of
which swept over the region. When- the memrprsy of the board i a free
ever a gigantle wave of water comes trader and a majority out of joint with
ashore with such a cost to humAn life the demand for high protective rates
and property the lffretreports ratefer e duty, Mr. Taft must be resPonsblo
to the destruction Asu caused by a tidal in part, at least. And If the bcatP&
wave, yet such waves are rare, and represents his attitude toward rMADALLV
by no means dreaded as much as s vision, he mightbe spared some of ased by a TOP.
the hurricane, which too frequently the attacks that have come from "in- sa yO you a serouu
sweeps Aeross the Southern portion of urgent" and revenue4ariff aivo.
the country. The power of such ales cates since his speech at Winona. THE GENU
i; tremendous, and hardly coneiv. Time will be the bel test of the tariff, cO
.'.,le to anyone who has not witnessed and the very membership of the tariff. LOU1* MO.
their work, Suoh a wind lEi plenty board shows that following this test
c.f strength to lilt a considerable body the President looks to relsion spin.
(A water from the Gulf and send It
whirlnl and roaring ashore, and this, American are hard hitters in poll-
it may be believed, is just what hap- tics, but thereNls an underlyng spirit
opened n Lisian. of fairness which, although it may be
p,_d________ temporarily hidden in the heat of con-
Very few will disagree with J. J. filet, shows itself strongly on almost ...
Hill about the evil effects of the co- e oceasi Ts iseen he b now r lteallmen
tinuous drift from the country to the in special manner in the couesies
eity. It was hoped that the improved and welcome extended to President
social conditions now enjoyed on the Taft in the visit he Is making dlff OF
eot parts of the oounstry.e Many may
farm and the higher prices obtained ent er of the outy. Many y en
for farm produce would turn the tide, differ frm him o hi
or at the very least check the Sow, views on certain questions, but for
but the hope has not been realized. the man himself and As chief n- s Terms, Etc.
a ye l lately it will com t. tta of the nation there is n thlin s c
*nd yet ultimately it will come to. 1o
hat. Smaller f xensiv but the most kindly feeling, and Tpee &
more intelligent farmingr with corr- ple of all patties unite in extl ending
spending Increased yield p acre beto him ohart ost Ai, -
ter toas and further mlprovements welcome and hospitality. il Vil 'M, Ant
p rural so eaul tie wil,. with the
pwit the en s of the struggle for Amernoa b eolls "opportunity." This
osteaee n In the cities, lead to a better has been s over and ove acga n S 4
hlanmeng of rural ad urban. popla tue number of its citises who have
tion. arisen from boumblest ranks to high
positions of trust and responsibility.
Renom oI the Detmocratet party The names of Lincoln, Garfield and
Indi s i aking debflte progress many others, North and South, Eut
under the leadership of Governor and West, naturally occur in this con-
arshalL ReorMganpt tion is s nrting etion. The career of the late 'Gov- ZFFEll DIG, IS, 3s1
with the men I control of the party eror Johson, left fatherless at an
and in the oficial berths obtained)early age, meeting and overcoming
by partV seessnie thn with.difficlties that would have daunted ave Gainesville for Mianopy,F r
the men the ranks. Plans areowmany another, rising stp by step
being.made for a State ticket of new until at last he became the chief points South ............... 10:10
am from top to bottom. The plank executive of a great commonwealth, RsetiDB Iiv Gvine"e, ........oo ..... .. 4.25 p
is beig greased for the disappearance ad honored by all, Is esh in our
of Tom Tmaggart. Gentle hint. have mind. Such lives as his are an in. Leave Gainesville for 8impson i .0Qity,. i -
been given bOsses to get out of the sP ;dnt Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 4:00 pm
way. Preparations for the use of the
road roller are being made in anticipa The new Irish land act. whih ha Returning, arrive Gainevlle .... ............ 9:30 p
tips of a possible renfsal. Jut passed the British House of Com.
.n:-t. -' amons by the decisive vote of 174 to 51, A pt L |r, .
SJ the las live year'is te ~i rail. is a radloos measure and promises to A. I I_ _.s____spE ....r_. ._'_
road las earedJ over its lines 1&,000,. be of grea .bepellt to the Irish peas- Aft ..-.
O00 passens rs without ever causing antry In *blIng them through gb.*-
the death of any of them. The p ars.ef t AW to se u Ie laad at fair
eagsers did not pay to get killed, and toa f the Irish land owners. Of O
tbey were delivered at their destln a. It has yet to run the gaubtOlt
tons, and on time. Tae time gcord of the Hodso 6f Lords, who a ly to E e ry ii fh ro
1s now almost as good ab the rAoord Inclined to-do their b"t orEw0St toh
of safety. NouitLer was very good utilate it. But Just 't the lrds*
some years ago. but the management are not In good ,iCrt Spi they may
may now feel proud of both. The road well hesitate to take a 4*Wp that would North, South, East a d W it
has had a ard struggle on accoput of certainly Intensify public hostility ,
inability to raise new funds. b the gcailnt them.'
bet application of the little available I
haa accomplished wonderful results. FOR CITY MARSHAL.

Pleas for the poor letnoa rowers of To the Voters of the City of Gainees- .
COlore a during the tariff discussion ville: A apecdal election having been / u. 1 r' I ,
in ongrese resulted In an increaM called on Tuesday, October 19, for O SUt rUrpe ro er
of the duty on that fruit of 50 cents the election of a Marshal to succeed
a hundred pounds, this being neces Ben T. Arnow, resigned I beg to
mary to equalise the cost of produo. Announce that I will be a candidate For detaild information, rates schedules and we-
Ution at home and abroad. Including for that office, and ask the support ervatiors. see yOUr nearest Ticket Agent,
delivery at the Atlantic seaboard, and at my friend Betla thoroughly ex- Y O i l o
a fair profit for the Aaertean pro- perleanoed along the line of police rx' i (O Or a1l On
ducer. Now it appears that the poor Work, which has been sained by a A W FRiTOT, W Ta2
lemon grower i. to et but 35 cents, practical experience, and begins now S R,
of the increased protection, the trans ating Marshal, if my aetio n ti ti DIv. P0* A t, T P tt
continental railroad having raised capacity meets your approval. I ak Atlatl CmUtt Lie, JaekeuvlH.
the fretsht rate for lemons 15 oents yor votes to be continued in 0 1.. ..
a hundred pounds Sinterely. HARRY L OWiNS.
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l;WT T-4-



. been 9ated

!te eotton Hincg.

Sbed h it Saturday
IB Aitwty yerSage.

gjW aIWa a little

ast i of aes and .tweU
bkhets of,gavas were shipped
4) P~ ~ L g.rove ta Wultert

cWIpya10#i-d a big rattlesnake
Ikht p s ts a button last
hi patoel about a mile south-

W tu Owes at Dania ar get-
sr t aa ready for tomatoes.,
l wtaoesa papers. A large
4j Y be tdn4 this adason.

tRwantee River and White
Sapre*ad wl be complot-
puited fot

wifteoa* o wt to Mobtile last
to ar e dgeilettoep seatrued
ppemd tl s reported to be do-

wasbhout a e bay front' ner
la last week delayed all the
going to DePualak several hours,.
hey had no treIght.from the West
at day.

daiy toaga service between ice-
ee and St. Cloud has been In-
rated. This U s great Improve-
t over w-ha teaes people have
in the past

e macklWery for Ferr andIhxa
LactLry I.tedtrii a ,etfapo.
I frult'pdMtt ha arrived and
I re^

tie Ruth relso died in the hoe
at Ortando last eek from the
of having swallowed a safety
The bod wai ld to ret at
rd, the her parents.

N. Hul A Co. of Sarapp will
ship 1,4 head of ttle. Their
e on the ranp are now beef fat
dota well A large part of their
has already Sees eotracted for.

e Day of Atonement, or Yon Kip.
,the mostW mprtaa t of all feast
on the Jewish aleadar, was ob
ed It Pmiaeals last Friday and
rday wih t apreseale serv-

*e Mltal- _iAAikatUe Inland Wae
ay AI -ama k will meet in Jack-
villle a n vore er th I and 10th.
Snoted speakers frea all over
r adidremu.

country aIrt to be am t ad wll
wek eek "f'ars-," a bat at

amd 2W t i3*t bm ta r.

new tt o

hasboa vy a a -s o;i.

bout two jv v

llra.t of thI .- i-

b the"
1 yIjf^ r^aJ'^

Ty Ddn't e to Change. AAS SO
Dirtn the years In wlh our are anA
fo lJa ai m" n e put tintotu t
there has been a great hurrying ad
scurrying on the part of the food man-.
actum a to chance their Method to ONE OF THE NUMBER BROUGHT
make them conform to the law.
1he Quaker Oats Compamy Is a oas- HIRl THURSDAY.
lnous exception. It as admitted --
that Quaker Oats was as pure and
clean as possible and that It was an Constable Spener Had Trouble With
Ide^ al food t *
It is so cheap that any one an at- the Man i Bringing Him
ford It and so .arlmahing that every Here.
one, needs It. The rmalt of last year's H
experiments at Yale and other points
where food values were tested is that .. .. .
Quaker Oats has been adopted by Aachun has some bad negroes also,
many peruna as their food on whl" Judinag from the "big bully" that was
they rely o adl .vigor and endit. brought down ThuradkSyY Constable
ne of muscle a* ISpencer, who had no end of tWMble
This s oebdM f is.Roke4 ta
reuglar alse ck SWatn raet- wth m an.
lopIcly s ed tins. Tie latter eSo. Rogers Brown, the negro In que-
ciay adapted to Wot oNtates. 18 tlon, was very abutsain to the officer,
%land really wanted to scrap with him
S KARD QUITS POLITICS. a number of times-his language at
Times being almost unbearable, but
Ira %wI ill la a --- -. I-- -

spectacular figure will Be en No
More In Legislative Halle.
(Ocala Banner.)
SState Senator John S. Beard of Es.
oambia county, one of the most .apeo4
taenlar fiaures (n a lorida's political
area In recent years, has.Ault the
"aoe. In The Pensacola Journal he
aaounaeea that he will never again
take-i active interest la politics
other ttan the Intestat which he fee lb
that every n tt Oa sloald take.
As.s candidate for Cuoress, a del.
opat to the national convention, a
candldate for the Ulnited States Sen-
ate, and an active participant In ev.
ery political eampana for past years
It this State, Mr. Beard has occupied
an Important and prominent place to
the politics of Florida.
He has attracted national attention
by his etfort to pass a disfranchise.
meht measure through the Leglilature
In violation of the fifteenth amend.
meat in order to have Florida carry
up a test case before the supreme
court on this amendment. This pet
measure waa forever laid to rest by
the last Legislature, after a magnifl.
cent fight on his part. During the
last session he attracted Statewide
attention by his denunciation of Gov-
ernor Gllchrist, because of the stand
taken by the State's chief executive
relative to the Wailes-Beard li.dlan
war claims.

In his notice of retirement from ac
tive politics he says:
"1I have absolutely and permanently
retired from politics. While I shall
alwsas take Ome interest In pubie
questions that I think all pood citi.
gens should take, I will not alain be
a candidate for office, nor will I again
take an active.pat la,polities.
"1 shall, from now on, energetically
devote my time and attention exclu-
lsvely to my profession, and oal pre-
pared to practice In all of the State
and Federal courts.


Beard of Trade Takes Action to S.
sure Fueds.
At the suggestion of Mayor Davis,
the alneseville Boar of Trade have
takes up the matt# of raising funds
I-r the purpose of a sliver service for
the battleship Jorlda.
Parties d ring to contribute to
the fund out noy IL Peaptou,
who Is ry, and the .-ount
will be. Following lis the
lat of D t tions up to last nlght:
B. ptam .........***....*
0. sohab a ............*.... M.1
M Caea ............... .-

A. L. 1 b *.................. S 1

V. W. j eb .. .............. t*
S8. Laderie ................ .LN
W. S. Haper ..................
A. S. tars ................ LT
.. A WSWem .................

L Oeo h .............. 1**
-er Boe. ................... 1*

K Broome ............... l0
C. Spencer ............ 1.
I Clark ............. s
h.gh Sprtai....... 1.
to the abeve ftOd wN
frosm partie reRlae at
V4.ath eNmy.
N9 COSee Oak eeO

Ii edAcbo, TraveIU
gbsfromG"i. Uslow


owing to having the man under his
charge be passed his remarks un-
' When the negro arrive here and
tried some of his remarks with the
officers he was soon shown that such
"slack" did not go, and. was given to
understand that he was to obey, and
not the officers.
Justice Sealey sent the man up on
a charge of assault, and he will. now
be required to serve the next few
months In the camps near Holder for
Rawls & Oo. for his conduct; besides.
he io entitled N JuAt al few moath
extra for the manner In which he
acted after beinl toured over to the
constable to be brought here.

Both Boysa aved.
Louis Boon, a leading merchant of
Norway. Mich., writes: "Three bot-
tlea of Poley's Honey and Tar abso


PAINEVIU B, Ohio. Sept 30.-The
bravery of two telephone Stris, Hasel
Christian and Alitee Warren, sleplng
in the telephone exchange at Perry,
a village nea here, saved that town
from destruction by ire early yester
Fire broke. out In a store beneath
the exchange. The girls were alone,
but stuck to their posts and telephone.
ed the sleepti tileas. They also
summoned the Paineavllle and Madl-
soa fre departments and them, la their
night clothes, stumbled Iova the
stairs through the smoke to street.
The fire damage was small thanks
to the 'frls.

If people with symptoms of kl4ney
or bladder trouble could realism their
danger they would without lose of
time commence staking Poley's Kidney
Remedy. This great remedy stop the
pain sad the irreularities, strengtheas
and builds up these organs ad there
is no danger of Bright'as disease or
other serious disorder. Do not dire.
guard the early symptoms. J. W. Mo-
Collum & Co.
The Bas eM6e "8r dealing arON

DruID UNR sifsmow OV ONAPT
Nelee d" eIs1 6 Q tel 0 sIfxy.


lutely cured my boy of a severe
cough, and a neighbor's boy, who was
so ill with a cold that the doctor gave
him up, was cured by taking Poley's
Honey and Tar."' Nothing else is as
certain in results. J. W. McCollum
& Co. |

Practicing en Wooden Lg*s.
Of the dre cases In the accident
ward that were pronnunote cure Mat
the same time three remalnrd u i the
hospital mn Ibthan a week after tbe
other two had gIrou borne.
"Tbey bad to stay." pald an Interne.
"to et used to their w6oden leg. It
takes some time to learn to manage
them. and noat men who will haei to
seg along with them for the rest of
their natural lives stay In te bhosplital
several day' nfter they g well to
practice atumitng around on their new
legs. Of course they can lm rn lt.
side. but the man who ba Just at.
qulred a wooden leg fees an awkward
and Isso likely to tfl down and brtwk
the other 'te'or sn ~an or mrybt hnix
neck that we prefer to kep him h.Wr-
so he can take'hi ret lesoae unuder
our superlisloB."-New York l r.


J. W. MoCellum & Ce. Lell the Remedy
That Cured 8temeh Treoule
of 14 Years.
And best of all they guarantee It
to cure you or money back. Read
* "I have been a great suleror Atr
14 years: everything I ate gave me
heartburns. I have never bees able
to get anything that would ive me
any rellef until a friend of mine taslet-
ed on my taking MImos. I took a
0.oment bos and I believe I sa entirely
welL"-. M. Bryant, Neweas. Ga.,

M4MIeas not a nmMtrue; t to the
preseripetin of a celebrated pbyeidtaa
we iton a speak"lIt t stiomab d.-

OeM ever wveas aia Mlo m the
ansmie. Pressiritles beamsme i
obaaged her aom a misErb.masirv.
e- dyspepie i a bris. heahy.
wam weas toa a low wee'k
' Thmse utle MUeM tleto Ne *
* Weeder weubers. They s 1 l1ael1
so leigt whes iweth er o I l
ebma e.wd.
They stop elMma P. gis s emamsh
and heavier w m. in afaew mSaN l
Doem sawr oa *w Vi*c en Iof
by emges whe es er two Ml- S-

on# ON"- a boat b eoo m a

bye J Ms &Ga M ea sea.
pm ma. teem snew's KWea, senaw

I ~e(AN

be "Geomed w
fla wbes "
wl PAt ameal hI

Cleft lenl C

wlw W w

CURAPII **.00000000


a 0 *

W. R. Themes PresldSmb
IL V. Browne. Flls iI.r~
L. D. Tumrser, CMeb
W. B.LYaIee, es esud Vb*se.Pr- uS'.


4. K. Breeme

J. A. MauIfsby.

W. IeeLeTom
W. IL ThenlER.

PerCent Paid in

Notice Is herebty 'ive that ietttr
of Admilstmatlra oa the eate %*
Prank a Bryson, deeased. have bW
ranted to the underigaMed, aad ,
oeeaie sad demands ualnmt the M
estate must be pbae t for pawN a
within the time ruired by low
they win e bti ed; andU a M
due said estate muest a be-d
admilnltrator. A. O. BT, -MUU
September 160. AdmIanIstrlatte.. ;

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Men's Sumsmer


Blue, Black and Fancy Suits,

Biscount of From 25 to 50 Per Ct.


7.50 10.00N 15.00 2000

Upon request we will send two or three
suits of any lot for your Pol eth)i.

. H. LEVY, O. a
,T""1 nowU U ....

amw low I"

in L. Loa.
a, a"% Ys maw n

&blo MWa iMWr hleau


A cam.'d a 6Po"AR w"'

L A Wh~o dUbwd Afte
ML A ft AI
ITO A o.o de
TO A IMod Sw1Wii

AR~OUS.IL.A., P16.

MisU Tebeau's School

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L- -' -

0low Tc MA*E plWA t 1

WrI NI et P.I 4

eqF 4*WW ,s 0 1p l0 nest
orae prigM ad emrfelly rjiped
ill, e.U (s a good price to the
re. ,
to sto 1 expci ted, one swal
iy sake good better which w*ll
,frs *od swet for nma dat .
sthsltelia milk eilt be bad, and
aemes only frem belthly eows fed
est grail sad other forage or ao
re free from obozxiool weed-
l as wl4 oe"lo. ,ri*weed, bittr
d. ete.-aod wlb pare,. fibl walpr
mailklng boald be done ls aloeq
S free from odor ad dest. The
and lanks s ebMld 4apeh~ aed
Stiped dry wishb las lothb. rThe
hould be sinfyully *ealed dam
pld or aired. The milk should be
lately strained through a eloth.
As a tole, the whole milk Il eherned
Iroosly two or three ows are kept,
Ifi Is is so be sklmseds the piope
4i6 b i t oeI; he (head oep iar.
IA"t prttolal for onobhavlalg o flw
lItos the deep *sold etlBIg piB
*,e pt-uied s*emfl 1y. opes.
Swberes.lwle'wrasr aty be used.

lel es wishe arip of als down
*. T tklmmlkv Itfs dr off
10ifto .. s l: .-- w l
*ll i b sila

i 11. h O a tla 10 boars.
lise l l or eVapm a Is ed, ero .
||t of ktag belhrje the ses.
olrsoutd be kept Mo" s u
I ready for rdpeanlr, the
al. s ld be earlehay donei, er
dlopmde mueh of thbe Afer
rhtad the qoassisty enOrd.
e9rll raM M ltroelh eiees*
stoerl Iedsr.ripe oream will
d eiuralilt and a sipall
.,t-* dairy themnomete Is
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Lv. OvUle for Jakville 7:465. 3:30 p.
Ar. Gvile fr. Jackle 12:10 p. 7:80 p.
Lv. OvUle for Ocala& Tampa 13:60 p.
Lv, OvUlle for MiUospy, Etc 7:80 p. m.
Lv. Oville fOr H o 8., Etc. S:30 p. m.
Lv. Oville for Trepton, Ic., 8:80 p.m.
Lv. GOville for Wileoo S, 8, 6 p. I.
Ar.. from Southero plates 8:30 p. m.
Ar. GOilve r. MIoWM Ita, 7?:4 .L m.
Ar. O t. G et. Hig S,,tc., s:80o p.m.
Ar. OvsIlfr. Treton, t., 1S:30 p.m.
Ar. GOvUle Wieor, ate.; S :60 a. i.
Se boand Air Lmne.
Lv. Ofile for Jackville 8:19 a. 8:50 p.
,Lv. Otaes-vie for Cedar Key 5:40 p.
Ar. ~vtlle tr.Se Jilknl 1:930 p. 6:40 p.
Ar. Gvtle from Ceda K7y :10 a. m.
Tamps and Jaekenville R. I.
L,. O'vite for Mitoumpy 10:10 a. m.
L4v. 0 1tle for sampao Cmity 6 pI. n.
Ar. Oville from Msopy 5:30 p. .
Ar. Qdli frt lawpomit My M103 p I .


NOtce 'Is hereby glve tMt after
four weeks' publistlon o this aottoe,
I shall apply to his boaer, IL 0. Ma-
son., Couny Judge of At coutat,
Vlorlds, for an order r .ta I.tv.e
to sell the (14) one-fti latest et
Mill .0C. MXaustry. 16 to d tt
followlns demeribed lUn4, t .wti Oi
m oene at the 8outhst oofmkr tCeli.
lot sold R. P. Taylor by the state of
Jnmes B. Bailey, run Nlorth (11
two hundred and ten feet West 1,
me thousand ad fifty feet,
($10) two hundred and toe feet, ast
(1,010) one thob~and and lflteet, to
pa. of beglantl, coaslttlng of five
"crW more or less, 'ttuat i the.
cOty of Gainesville.
tober, 1909.
NotlWe t bereby given that inder
a.4 vtued of a fali deore offtre

B3 1 wti juated Augustt
a see therein
t BD. A. Thrasher,
M Wu; Nelson
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urna~.pmca.. a paicel of
ISMi I 6000Withut&as Abstraco.
The l "& Vequrmsts wre so many
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ST^L^ "^' t. i4, * I- t d the lM 0bU reoords ot
r,1 1 t 5e w In Deed Book
wee to be sold for emb to the
Mjhi et and beet bidder therefore. as
the property of said Wi. Nelson and
to tilfy al4 deeree. nd costs.
Specala Mater.
T. B. ELUI8, JR.,
solicitor for Complainnnt.

Notice to hereby liven that under
and by virtue of a tgal decree ao
foreclosure rendered by the Jidge of
the Circuit Court of IBhth JuIdlCa
Oircult of Florida, on Septe
ber lest. 196. In a certain cause In
hacry wherein Prank Kowad
Chbw. asM erator or the LAt Will
and Tstament of Charles W. Chase,
deomaedIs tC omplainont. sad Vw.
Thomas. Mrs. Ley Mmeasl (tapII
and Paul -Campbell. are defendants,
the underslsped, who was thereby ap
pontled Special Mier will lt at
public amuctoa at SIto e Galat tue
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oak, as mdar. Um tb h aQ eC .1
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SriP Sale-'-ri^ ontbli~iO IThe S.g o0l0a for calling cards. DiA
t.ak.Inquire this office Hgh M orrow yestday
Best pict res, together with Lus- a short visit .to Jacksonville for the
tratd soeap, at lklrd Theatre tonight. next few day"
G. Wynme,depaty sheriff of Ne. Just received, carload of tancy driv- I
.INTRU berry, was a viuitor.to thp city yester* Irom Tenn see. Cal and e S
OURD Y N RPO R& daNY.. Ithem before buyin# elsewhere. Crawe i i We Slow Dow.
udge Syd L. Carter went to Sta ork Da. .
S .---- e yesterday on business before. Circuit A. R. Harper, who has been here
Has Happen n Whati G. Judge Wills. oi a visi ith his family, returned tb
ag t Happn. nl and W.. Utledale, t le "cdy. kid," Jacksotvile yesterday to lodk after --
Wau loo i r tbeoteOalnesvollle htis interests there. i
l0 Ituem of the Oty. trade yesterday. Sheri P. G. Ramsey made a short
SW. Toung, the blacksmith and business trip to Wacahoota yesterday F Aid to Its
ifL litof e Newberry was a wbsolwrlght of Alaobha, was a visitor t look fter his extensive farming
tO the -ateNSy to this city yesterd. ttend to other
J J. it, o th matters pertaining to his o08(e.
Theatre 10 ats. e ve ses f Mianopy, was a N. W. Utt l of Blackshear, Ga.,
.0. ob h of Nqwberry wasU trans. visitor to Galtnesville yesterday. ow formerly engaged the THE B
Us ,et1ece ton business here with H. F. DuttonME %
I a ville yesterA n t entire ew ri Th1 pitore ae tr & Co. as buyer, is among the visitors
shown at the Balrd 94dtrie Theatreto TH truth Mdi
to the city. Tom Truth
Syou About ~ -"ecr n e igll iht. Pr.os, 5 and 10 cetty ''
y~or Ia r from Cwfor e i rciol Pr Ls 'tbade coU rs. Fall colds are quickly cured by Truth, truth, trntlh-s;Oo N "''At
yeo W romCrawford cred alo m vies uite ut re Foley's Honey and Tar, the great fit I was w e tor~e t*. ..
fefs lewater Afsha on purpose to at their stables. throat and lung remedy. The genuine dds, seeing that another deu w A
i 4 tter A on u O. thm at their tab contains no harmful drugs. J. W. Me belag backed .by sonaOAe te 1B
SMalpharsA Co.;1. Suth T. Ji aU left yerroay wfor Collum & Co. here and try and break up-= .
street..I U in r FW liorida, where he goes
motrUot pI tes, pad lu i the latest of his b bn Cavouras & Cardulles, the oldest ness by brisning in the r 06n
-AUo "I Pictres. sd illus. in the intent of his Jobblef bu!lnm., on P e ine |
i a a T. H Cato oe o the uessu fruit house of -the < city, in Opera of bananas, which arrived oa
on by MI Wason, at tthe T.. H. Cato, one .of the successful House block. We sold the trust break- day and sold at 6 cents doen, l.
bti g thel populht a, i f ates of Alarohuas wa amona the e or, and are selling everybody else, be. cents bunch, but I have'ju' It t i TED
b the p lar trte tr n town yt cause we have the fruit. what the trust consists of 4 a- '.
fW @ stto *a .Mii tT. MeManus of Lake View was ready to state to the kood pb p l Bell your old
B l Bro M Ia a yeteiay. &, W. MlUon, theaval tors ando a visitor to Gainesvllle Thursday. He this city that before I shall be postal card to .
Mis N Waon a latit us. Iamber ma of Waldo, was amonis owner of one of the largest pecan done they will have to spel4 es t Liberty street,
ig at Bard Theatre toi h toe who speat yesterday In Qs oves in t at part of the county and thing like $10,000 to bust me. bsae City. First-class
4 i. ,will gather oonsiilerable fruit til fall, worked night and day to give you the b laty.
a erth d aa1d1 dresa h Ble tbb Vanla a d L son some of which ls now ready. lowest pbsseble prices on trits.. aa -
t v pai tot y a r Ntraots are tsed by the best cooks Mrs. Ounninhan of Knoxville, I study this 'question for your byost. I ENT.
th wi spee bosthey-n. who wtas a T iated Mrs. will say tat I am in a conditler to ~----
t .tr ways favor-pewrfotly. JsW Walken hr d ell you bananas at 10 cents does; ,4'en-roomn hous
om, Ti. left, 0ay f L.W. W r and mak, a living,. ,, tusj o J. A.
Si WftL yGterda r L y, principal of tLe making parlors, will be with her again and make a living. Several tp to J. A. PhIer.
iSS P I ". pr gs o, was Is3 the city this winter. Parlors open Monday, e te one just s ted, t e in SouthG
dor a shout visit yltotrday on busibe Oct. 4th, 0 University street. e oa number reer conneto
th .sd guperitdeat Celley on Apr ings cannot bus.t me, and I Wr _,io .
trip thooloath 'W. Pittost daughter, Miss J. A. McCllnton of Willeford was am proud to say that their bluff ~
r a cTt d t business in the city y- fallen, for they will Us unable to .0. T'. six-room e
,rtI ar e t"' fo delightful terday. He came for the purpose bring more fruit to te cityand ro
WoN r tvJIMsOf tw.o*ObWneeto triOedl 0the having a number of deeds and other me out of buslne byh theVh ir unfair il ii e; $n10 month.
Site r w M rs.e, ble 6 sI Ut. Johns ti*v, nar Jakobille. papers recorded in the clerk's office. meth ad tr t s ae a; $0
.Waler l her W. W. M rra s Jr., ao ols, who is He also made a pleasant call at this mistakes. I am staying in Gaines Co.
,W lg 'e -i t1he tb5di er bul. 6Oice. vlle, my every interest is here, I have i" NT OT
esll I l thee, i11s mNg the visitor to Col. J. M. Rivers was called to Lr property here other than personal, S V. J. Shipman ,OT
e. -- k. OwloB*41. ,0v4llk0 Iater01 riwln the business Crose yesterday afternoon td repre- and I am going to always give y* u I portable rooms at
Bilaa-tt^ thoue.>' *sent the State In an old murder case the lowest possible prices on fruit. i. Me. Roomers anted
pl pblyihlt d to he bMoinail a pmaeeaget depot In your which was committed about two years I don't worry about their bluff, and in WLk, Rtes reasonable.
Ibe ar ea y be a good ad.-but the since. By a mistake he at first made order to show them how much I was
aar. 4 ag i a B of a s era.- trip to Micanopy, mistaking the worried, I simply purchased the great .. LE
A Oau^li a od to di n~a trani eto peaks dvl. place where he was wanted from over or part of their supply-60 bunches-- L E
alri u uie em uesB Er thie BtI p euMse. the, te U one. because I could get them just a little FO. .AlW-Thirty-gallon
St hil hrby Reet Millet of Newberry was Mr. P.O.rlta Oneonta. N.Y., writes: cheaper than they are sold on the tak.'*qlilre this office.
gi a f164ted traM t M aa4 W Fth v ions to OGalo e l -4 17 lttle4thrl was greatly benefited market today, and I ooasidered the .
114rMM May. H VW that all ef th am. by taking Foley's Orino Laxative, beet way was to choke thqm at their SAL 1--typewriter ribbons,
r he MS. le eavetha a teir sad I think It is the best remedy for own game. I have one more dig at 1W ib record, 75 cents
s' rsops sad havme ahi -ylel. o aestpatiou and liver trouble." Foley's them for peddling without a license
.Dolan .rNat Hg' was I Orino Laxative Is mi4, plesant and and have notified the proper officers -
n' a effective, and cure actual ,gonstpa. to see that they get the same treat
n Trt ent or M~faystw3 a nr se b s tnes Iou ut oo. J. W. MeOollum & Co. ment that was once given out to mne. MaiN and Boundary s
"eek's o e. I m was moss a nom. Buy from the originator, and be hap- MI jo-W balance on ownt
and MUles' Eyes w m Oe *have o Lost-L-e*' o4 old hunting- take care t cent Iterest.
.A -Ape I n fixed f h i to t lyaiagfe law. "O"sen Waltham-movement p r
wa*tchh, with small scratched nume your wants by having the very beet NO GAME L
,iuM .. I~orM s J W. WaWIIt Inak es X 717; fo N. Francsco, the w' wg i NO GAME LAW M
her cusmtome ha sh e O Randolph-Maon pin and half-dollar nna _________ ing Plank's Chill
S dr4ths at IN 8. Unlovrsty eharm. May have ben lost on Is't tmer something which oy a 'r"anteed to cure
"h t S S. bl e alnd t tuesivlle-Roohelle.Micanopy road. t ad. d i W"s .aW tver. Price 2J enis

SMiss Waoa. the new pb at The member of the Home Protect. ,BWT P:' 11
<1R" US 3 gt fthe lai BB Ist B traTheatr, w..y t;' Ive Aociatioon who hands in the -L SO?. _
i. ,W Mto advantage b vocally sa taat"u most new members during the next i i od-i
I mim f Stmentally last ailght She will be heard thirty days wil be itven a beautiful ..oRid NoS d
Ibsea i W a in the latet illustrated mugs tonight. o we r. Thi timeplece l. I. I age u l Waltham-
Re sure to be theta. Sow on exhibition at the drug store WANTED. watgh, with asall scratched
eo. M. Wrtiht of Lakelanmd ti her of J. W. McCollum & Co. Docj. W TE Si oo fox f agl X 7179 on an
--.-- tor a short while Interviewlag the KUlae, special Agent for Florida, WANTED-lx or sven-room hOea; a M n pin and
trade. For a number of years he was Ganesville, must be close la and a daerable lo- .l cma. May have been
,.a ocitd le beta l to ct Hoc. Nat W. Marion of Hamilo ation. Possession wanted Nov. 1. Galesovml.Rehbelle.Micanopy
----- i5 -e a t4 ihan b aiyem Ii til Cit oa Hyn. Nat W.the Brown Houf Hae. Mrlton Address P. O. Box 147, Galnnevillle, Se d set rn of same W
sa a a gra man I WS fuss e lw y is at the Brown House. Mqr.

li l r l ware always pleaWe to mSa hiOMar.io has ben reading secretary of I" .
the State Senate for several terms.
S' and Is conceded to be the beat reading
T AIV secretary that body ever had. He is
S| |, a IM fold d of Senator McCreary
J.J I A liR riV D E an made the latter an agreeable call
at The 8m office last night.
A Joe Ilrow1, an old Uainesville boywith modeS ie m1
oMUa L8I'f8 tf was In the city yesterday from At' A frew ypht. t ntim t .
Wi Caload the F m lasts. where he is now engaged n yr e ght. don't ne.t your
the manufacture of overalls. The ex mintRo
JACKS har which now adorn the h C.H. COLES & SON --
of J e rn liud us that It has been Just
JACKS N GoS*,1irty yyear salce the editor cast his

BASvWLe h frie ndsare always glad to see --
cm r lots so au to get a better po and give i and he oejoys a good trade for
ors the advantage of it ll on us his oods, t i ity.
when jn need of aBua. aa.s thae ,recei
fthi ity to the aIa marriage
Doatrd viormme Hewlett rig to
Chad", Gase lestems The w.ed-
m ns win tame pu e Is o"e. aaR Capital, $1(00),o00.0 ',
MeW J* em Sothe sIxteeoth p Of O
Mebe-r. M.e eetsn Is wel-h s. aON VAbVE
be. Ff w'ef dO t1Wo earM s |and &p hwito hae or an
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