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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 2, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01253
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2,1909


TEN CIBNTI A W


ARMY AS SUCH NOT TAKING


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ThEE ELECTIONS'


19-el ON PROHIB.ION.f --- f -ew10Am a e aM

of tCorners Ever anpola* Individual Belonging.to my Have Rooke and
Ma e Privillege of Votingi as R In h
r_ e a aret. _They P"is.. eI RPe ala ie te Wet CoID U .
ICAGO, I .Wtth lbds 28 time onman advencit sa WASHINGTON, Oct. l.-No crit. ROANOKE. Va., Oct. 1.-Rosooke go dry it would an the conlaotiom
,lze"ttrl 6 1 u t or t re resed in i clamI is made by Secretary of War yesterday. In a local option e.leutie of their large pla t.
culatve 14 t .20 for it. Beforag e ommit rented lone h Dickinson n the action of Goneram voted by a majority of Slxty-nine to -I---
ard oIn ade vabrou trag e commission aloreated Grant n taklng part In a teperance retain the licensed saloon. The wete ROCKY MOUNT #T.
I none o 30. and law enforcement parade Chi carried three out of four wards and .
when O One of the most Influential traders ealo in his uniform as a major- e a na ority l t all the parents b. ROANOKB Vato h R ocky M t
dge and, - to on the board wanted until the top had eral of the United States army. Avs Tb. tI l n Ste oy sUtft f Q
e bombs 11e. been reached and then delivered the to such movement, Secretary Dickln. two. The total vote .cat wafs U. trot I Pnkl sta ter1ay I
s the ,~eBW actual wheat at $1.20-100,000 bushels son says each soldier and officer has of which the wets got 1,644 and the halted l toa v oty tor the wets by
ny ye-a- aot a of It. Little wheat came out until a right to determine for himself., drys 1,676. At a local optio elee. a majority of three. There s but
ky. e bee $1.18 was rched. At this figure and Secretary Dicklnson in replyingI o tion December 30 of last year, the to. e* aloon Il the district. It I.pto
toward w yevi- above a neat profit was garnered. De. a letter from W. R. Michaelis of Chi. tal vte was 3.184. and the rts &et t*Md at Roeky Moat a nd pays a
!fc ebbitang at i liverles amounted to 616.000 bushels, cago. received yesterday. eritletalaig a majority of eighty-t. That *%l e tHese tax of @4,000. The campaign
had bbee isthing golng to scattered interests. It wu General Orant'sright'to appear nla ul. tion was thrown out by Judge Staples was boty contested.
n the o. 0tig ced necessary to extend the delivery form at the bead of a so4alled ter. after a contest by the wets.
sday at period three months before the last pernce parade in that city last Sat- Yesterday Walter J. Camper, an WITS WIN IN INDIANA.
rough mot- etda y'e see account was squared. While several urday, sys: r;ectlo. Judge In imball ward, was .....
lightly above" 0ie r. fi rms are reported to have profited by "I do not know the facts, but I have tam tvd on a wirsitt abarging him VINCENNIS. lad., 0t. 1.-IrKaox '
vague sort ry there was the deal, common report credit control seen it stated that it was not a prohl* with Irregularltles. It was alleged county voted "wet" In i lleal option
to be a sho6ft Ifrt outl but of September to an Eastern man. In bition parade, but a temperance and that Camper did not deposit a ballot election yesterday. fortyeao of '
ome partletlif -l-dvMdnal or some quarters It is insisted the deal law enforcement parade. You state in the ballot box after It was given forty-thre. prehletse i the oi m ty
had se redom Al f the loag was manipulated by Chicago Inter, that it has been rumored that the ed. aIn his hands. He stmtly denled the show a majority of 1I1 o
as undrea 4g; 1 Ml not In ests. A furore In the oat pit monopo eral Governmeat and the army In en- charge. but was carried to Jail ian the wets. althoeh sit returt fyeM
L. The tradJr teser to lied attention in the forenoon. Coyv. ral have taken sides with the pro- later was released on $100 ball. the two remaaliag esmtry pre
are sai to h ba *liat erftng of about two million bushels of hibitlon movement. If the Federal The campaign conducted by the einets may lower ths majority light.
buhlels l s ertfr- September oats sent the price up to Government has la any way taken drys was very Uve. Including many ly. The city of Vinemneoe Tf w*e
interests tw S Iapt 50 cents, 5 cents higher than the part in any such movement, I do not public speakliass fre ue of the by a majority of 1.7 Ww
ons, a previous close. At the top prices ele- know It. What Indivldual membe newspapers, a bi torchlight prose- Knox I the tlrtanth f the niety,
ess. In .1t vator Interests sold heavily a d the of the army may tfel about mech elon. et. On the Other hand, the two countless Indiana to ve t wet.
o compsa. t JI market reacted to 48 cents, where It movements. I do not know. ach sol. wets mcoducted a geomhoe eempalgs. Sixty4wo ooutles have voted dry
rd of eti cl.lNeId. dier and officer of the army aas Ta VigaOita mselnag Oompany a mWed and eight a dry thro he W
compact : M!. I IW W". --- right to determine that for h eifM. a letter, which was mailed to the tio 'of the remonutrnues Iw. N1i
e peer o1f The Phannsylvansla and the tarling- I do know, however, ad state that vota, sking that the saion ber na t rmalsi i which so asOtion
her was o w. *" te railroads recently reported nolosa the rmy asa oranisatlo has take tateMd,. dlial that shouM the eity hs bs taken.
the shortsQ .tN.' oflife In their passenger 'traffle dur. no side, and will have mo right to
*n bearish .m. ath $fii Iag the year. Now we have to take sides, either for or dalanst the
had held 4j' l* ie to this list the extensive Santa re prolbtition movaepent.
ill believed th3 1ak ,l S 1sytesm and the Chicago & Northwest. "OeaMl Grant participated it the a
lnut the break id nat u r i. Others. we ay hope, will daim parae s as A ItiviMstl, tnd not as In
a place In the category as the account any way ,iepesentll the army or the
.ng with 6.00- "b"h el a up. -War D"partdT FuWu VElrHAn 0!UPAWay f Cn
atched his-prft-
bed what A little want ad. will aocomplish t JI I I VJ UVE e V O W UU
xt thirty It. f te JAis
.- "A L Aurope Is airnh4 matf ewy prea mre *a etabte aI
atomobi Me actrsy is Pw esas. ad the sh op. They haveai faMS
i NASSAU COUNTY PRISIONIRS d &s aon*"- d p-r"M of1 I, M o
OV-RPOW-R JAILIM. li t 9 ts15ildi i selmc S ir d to *ad s d.
-P fat to l4 01 --11 i fil- a e1. th 0 Ag s
SO bj Jo i e a One f Them Is CMrePd With Mur. D Mos T m we lo 11'h11OWe i a sant Uteen i4sis mef
-. , "Nering Whte Man-All Are Rbt to t F1IWN tino Aet e Clubb e ted les U
*o Amtrc Owin the r-eelt asvi it of a young em.t ry I the Slet deeai
LN, Neb., QM. L i expl. from the lssue to Indlivlduals I would Negroe. wek. Ahus smuleft d the ore i W a "es strYn i the ut at. inde a4
his podule tai de.o-pome_ sot consider the propoatio uale i it serial' HatiUon wheo he arrived Is c
with ettor ailey Of cae as a personal re n est. PBRNANDINA, Oct. I -A mot New Yt k fm IlWr dE thee budlaeth4rtS a
t Atla tal Ga.. Wta J. "6I ht dd the further reason dr j d e wd t o e o eii
terday ediiealS a Ie that a debate between two DemoMers the conty ja l ei yetrday whenoen vmtig Sothr Alth s ad th *e* f g--o Iwet to fee a of l t
well, e4Mtor O n w eettetheofithd aWetbate the tar d-iana wowsaece tuate the er^a m o tm Smith d A ei in of I b, with a Wllta hr e h a.
u. The1 a 5*tW : ha" Iave embarrassed our party In RoJyls sall eros. overpowered g l. vetes are- -ctO ithat that 11 a t hee 0 lma itts mvu Ie --._
y ou laSt A.| C -ees an d s vS e the Republles joyler To ll ng" am spl eto s f lWa1t at preMIet thIel ht -e Ty t Willame. e va id t1ate walt M so"
te wt i p Swpapirs a chance to dwell upon mrown. TM tm o % oW t ite "9o11 lans s giol&rt y Mp e st m reams of g ralnroee
r bIlWl* 1k dhoeaime onlastead of do .o g.lw e pndtid of emmU7 g d ggglJII 4 I 1
Whes a lwa *er imeto0t10 c ntest O prevaled and the surrondInag sc try patis fO the world.b W ar Of ft w Ai stese fa t t "M 1
ata Npo Pe M. .nI to progressive Is being s red Iw ob .les mand i- erM, a 1ttl1e Mnd s. They .a peuitvy is all that is to he o mbus
c that I nof 8p.h nli kt ad the tand.pirte. Drng tohe mormaln Ja Der Tolit. Wesers bume pmg, and tMt V 18upd9 S thl tbs1ie.@ A O ..-
tibe eofa q. Is m elelaS to ar- son west late the jall for the purponeM ya d idg a M be se0 lali ItAs lakL 1 +
ohe net -- t..ing.toth of leaig ittawag hIs eni to 4-0 3- W
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HE DAiL UN: GAINL.. "IRIDA, TOBI.* I
THE DAILY SUN: eALNBSVILL,., IOXIDA., (TOMRA,,


NMAAPrNADE

WS X BVG SUCCESS

!AR, ON THE ,ROOIVULt"
SWAi DISTINCTIVE FEATURE.

Mver One Theusand Vessels Partlcl.
f"ji ate In Spectacular Event of
Fulton-Hudson Celebration.

. WEW YORK, Oct. 1.-With Comr-
ansander Robert V. Peary, and every
memberr of the crew that accompanied
,Allm on his quest of the North Pole
ad, the steamer "Roosevelt," just
sik from the region of eternal Ice,
the saIlent feature of the naval
a today up the lower Hudson to
the Half Moon and Clermont at
Owburg. This naval parade was the
Ipal Incident of the celebration
By, so far as Manhattan was con-
'n Brooklyn the historical pageant
last Tuesday was repeated, and
was everywhere the usual ex-
JIotatlon of the aeroplane flights, but
great majority of sightseers flocked
$6 the banks of the Hudson. There
.Ity saw a treat fleet of excursion
amers, steam tugs, yachts, motor
tsa and other craft, which rendes-
S~ise4s between Fort Lee and 8puyten


'$The "Roosevelt's" progress from
aantle to her dock at the foot of
aet Forty-second street, was marked,
continuous blast of whistles, and
she came off Riverside drive,
Sthe crowd was gathered and
on her way up the river the
ito was taken up by thousands of
lng voices.
A Speotasular Event.
The naval pageant In connection
lth t~ Hudson*Fulton celebration
the greatest In the history of the
States, and perhaps the great.
the world has ever seen. Over
Y vesels, Including cruises, bat.
steamboats, private yachts,
steam llghters and motor boats,
pated In the event.
e vessels were divided Into eight
mess, each commanded by a
offer. The squadrons were
divided into divisions of nlot
Wtia tour vessels, all In l;ne
the United States naval ships.
Sunder command of Oaptnin
SW.Miller, chairman of the 1had.
ton's commission for the tnval
ere,| were eighty warships In line.
4hree being detailed from the At-
squadron of the United States
nations represented were
Y. agland, Italy. Prancs.
A Argentine, Chill and Peru.
towns along the Hudson devoted
day to xerelase along the river
flete and ohampetre wherever
nature of the water front made
I prou.m possible. At New-
the Half Moon and Clermont
ftwred over to an up-river
l which will take the replicas
to Albany for next week's celebra-

A Frank Istimate.
'Ta any eiwrnisl who are not actors
s tae eusna N delllghtfl antd fna
tig place. In l buwok called "Tie
I.oule C(.lusse'r Iltle. herself
i etrea. tells OItew .f her exinrl
with girls who envy Iher tiher pro
ion. Uite day ol t of t1 i1iai% fr"ln
ad a tatai, r in ita ltil sid "I
ait hav' tmmt 1ii th. st. -
S "She e'ht;'iolnlv l ;i : "tl i, ailk. anid I
toe to l. I'lht e- thd." wayIs Miai
"But s ee hO11 tiIt I ait." I WmIl) t||
111lr. "I l:ve t' to Wvitk vt vry liard aoI 't
5-t, anid I had it, work iWmumb barber I,
ia what litllle 'reV.gulilon I hten
"O' ye." se responded. coup'n.
ty gpaing at herself In a mitrrur
01,0. you se. I have talent."
Most women art troubled with kid.
complaint, ad you know very
aeroaes and evt. fatal diseuam
M from these nneg ected kidney
bles. If tye will take DoWitt's
ey and Bladder Pills as directed.
maWy be omndent of gosd results
thm lsad s4e how really ood
are. IBwar of imitations, pills
are lated*41 to decelve you. Be
nM lget DeWitt's. Sod by all

the best plme to bay wer good
ate 'astore whieh invited yena
throab aM a sto The Sun.
I 9 e- sbae te or earthl
mat tnl to ees yew aye the


Baird Hardware Co.


Sell only high and

standard grade Cut-

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satisfaction. A large

assortment of Pocket

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and Meat Knives to


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Streak a Bargain:
An old woman recently entered an
optician's shop and asked to look at
some Ipectacles. Choosing a pair, sbe
asked the priee.
"Five shilling,'" was the answer.
"And bow much are they without
the cae?"
"I could not sell them for less than
45. 10d.." said the tradesman, who was
determined to get all be could.
"Do you only take of twopence for
the caser queried the woman.
"That Is all. The case is worth no
more than twopence," was the reply.
"That Is good oews!" ejaculated the
old lady, with a sigh of relief. "It's
the cas for mine which I have lost."
So saying ashe laid down the two-
pence and matched off with the covet-
ed ease before the astonished shbopkeep-
we had time to loterfere.-London Mall.
Taking After Father.
"It has its fatter' ooser'
"And Its mother's eyer!"
"And Aunt Alice's mouth "
"And Uncle Zbeonesr's ears!"
Such. multiplied by about a hun-
dred. were the criticisms leveled by
kibd friends agalnst the Pitaboodle
baby.
Then the unconcerned baby began to
calmly cbew bti big toe.
"Ah!" murwmred Mr. Pttaboodle.
"Baby is certainly eudowed with some
of my wife's cblef ebaracteristles!"
"Not to mwutlon you. Fritsa Ptaboo-
dtler' snapped his wife. "Baby never
opens his mouth without putting his
foot lo it?'
Maternal Instinet.
We talk about "maternal Inetlnct"
There la no surb tbhnlu. To be stre,
there are things that have to do with
young wbkhb females possessand male
lark The wasp lays Its egg on the
body of the esterptllar for the larva It
will nevtr see. The hen sits twenty-
oue days on any roundish. whitish ob
'Jert of the proper isie. I have men at
a ehldkon's party every little girl
lee the sunppr table on the advent of
a baby and every little y to stolidly
ou with tils supper. But each kind of
mother has Its own bundle of lnstnie.
ltire reactions. There to no "maternal
Instinct" in the abstract.-McClure's
Magazine.
Wwrylng About His Gsa l it.
"Madam, your husband bas gas-
tritsl."
"Well, I do my best, doctor, to keep
him away from the mn3er. but be will
spend a lot of time la that damp eel.
lar stiudylag It."-New Tork Pres.

I suffered habitually from roostlpa-
tio. DoMn's Regulets rele ed aid
str xthenad the bowels. so that they
hare bee regular ever snce."-A. K.
Davis. grocer. Sulphur Springs. Tel.

Want advertisinta s a taor whlo
rou can hareees, ad with whlehm ym
an drlve r a aid purpose.
vs Mv claire6selItla,


WOMAN'S MUTILATED

BODY DISCOVERED

CORONER'S JURY RECOMMENDED
ARREST OF HUSBAND.

Was Seen With His Wife Tuesday
Afternoon in Woods Near
Where Body Was Found.


8PARTANBURG, 8. C., Oct. 1.-The
discovery early yesterday of the muti-
lated body of Mrs. Martha Foster, cov-
ered beneath a mound of brush and
pine needles In strip of woodland north
of Beaumont Mill village, near this
city, has revealed a revolting murder,
and left the police authorities at sea.
The coroner's Jury rendered a verdict
last night to the effect that the wo-
man came to her death by being
beaten in the head with some blunt
Instrument, and recommended that
Doc Foster, her husband, be held un-
til the circumstances surrounding the
case are further developed. He Is In
Jail.
Foster was seen with his wife Tues-
day afternoon in the woods, where
her body was found. He denies any
knowledge of the crime, and stated
last night that he laeIt saw his wife
Tuesday evening in a back with an
unknown white ihan and negro
driver. She told him then she was
going to a neighboring village to see
some friends.
Mrs. Foster had been in .the State
asylum for the Insane for six months,
and returned only two weeks ago.
She has six children, some of whom
are In an orphanage in Greenville.
The police, believe the murder was
not committed In the woods, but that
the body had been carried there.
Physicians say the woman had not-
been dead more than forty eight
hours. The skull was crushed in sev-
eral places, one arm was broken and
the fingers badly cut.
Foster at one time was a successful
farmer. He is 60 years of age. When
arrested yesterday he was seated in
his room reading the Bible, and ex-
pressed little surprise when told that
his wife had been murdered. He was
taken to where the body lay In the
woods, and after viewing It In an In-
different fashion, said:
"Yes, that's her."


A Banquet
Spread before you would do you no
good If you couldn't eat. What good
can food do a child when as soon as
It enters It's stomach It Is eaten by
worms. That's the reason your baby
sl ailing, cross, pasty-faced and thin.
Give It White's Cream Vermifuge. It
will expel the worms and act as a tonic
for the child. Bold by W. M. Johnson.
Danger of Handwriting.
A young man Is bringing an action
against a graphologst In il'aris for
substantilsi damage. A pretty helress.
to whom he was engaged to be mar-
ried. showed a specimen of bin hand.
writing to the graphologist and asked
for Information. This is the reply she
got: "If you should meet the man who
wrote these lines upon your way
through life avoid him. He is an ego-
tist and a fool. hea a bad temper and a
despit-able nature. The Pittence of
the woman who has the misfortune to
marry him will be a Calvary." The
marriage has been broken off; hence
the action.
A Shaking Up
May all be very well so far as the
trusts are concerned, but not .when
It comes to chills and fever and ma-
laria. Quit the quinine and take a
real cure-allard's l Herbine. Con.
talns no harmful drugs and is as cer-
tain as taxes. It it doesn't cure. you
Set your money back. Sold by W', M.
Johnson.
Her Usual Remair.
"What dkl Manui say whan her ta
ltl.r xave her that new gold watebT,
asked one cladtom egitrl.
"Oh. the snmue thing that bse always
ays. She remarked that the wasb har
tug a perfectly lovely time" Es.
change.
A eood ShOet
Mr. Ju xIs --A huid.k r; riam. I.
our back (fut. o lat night. Mrir. Jn.
gino- tld ii brislt yuu nMdl l ak1 Mr.
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, Questl qd Last Sea-.
son to M42T Y Cy *


only a short w 0l 0 faalu now be-
re the commenceneat of the winter
Pedule on the '. A ~LrTitlway
rough this city, .Ud the Board of
ade should coOaUM he make some
ort ia regridteb ha MRi estill t
iced on the eto MlIIlt.el..
rhis question *I l.conaid-
ibly last a m9butAi- sW in the
ne then, bot & idlUl i" the
ard ot Trade f that ioh acUon
)uld be takes 4dui summer
d the matter pa W't#' Ut fM-ther
lay, that the ratfwy company might
vertise this utty W It does St.
tersburg and athr place.
ast year the w1ter srvlce was
umnd on the !4ne about the
)t part of NoVibUer, sad It was
e weeks, with b work ot the
of Gainesvil, I aeeburg, Ocala
other affeet ~ti Ifore the
pany was t"iieed to even run
ir winter trains thagh. these
s, and the j'"* am tion may
t again this, .aeat, which to
ugh to have 4t proper ones look-
after this matter now, and not
t until the trails .are all announe-
before they comaieoe o6me ac.
in behalf of (Oaenvillle.
the tourists were allowed a
-over privilege in Galnevlille, as
g placed on the list as a tourist
t, it would be the means of sev-
hundred people coming here for
winter who would never other-
e take a thought about the place,
the best time to commence this
k is now, before the arrangements
completed about the winter trains.
:p local offloes here have recelv-
i > linrmatlon soacering tole
tvr service up to the present time.
i i i'r sumed that It wP'I tart
** .i:; during the fArt of nvt

eep your eye oa the Wat ad4.
re day be s Mdfg adveaed
h is of laitert fh i ub.


Line of L C.


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radeI


less Guns


The Smith
)ot loose,
aranteed.


Guns never
and are so
It's looks are


simple and strong, take
all wear automatically.
i gun is distinctively
-action gun; theisrength
he bolt and the remark-
B simplictg of the leekss
features for whih ith
Ome famous.



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Stoday.... ....


AT THE BAIRD THEATRE.
Splendid Vaudeville Attractions S -
cured for Coming Week.
Messrs. Voyle & McCollum of the
Baird Electric Theatre, desirous of
pleasing the amusement-loving people
of Gaineaville and furnishing the
best in the way of attractions, have
secured the necessary paraphernalia.
for a number of Illustrated songs
which will be rendered by Miss Wag.
non at this popular play-house.
For the week beginning Monday,
Oct. 4th, they have secured J. A.
Shadrick, one of the greatest come-
dians in this section of the country,
who will remain here for perform-
ances Monday. Tuesday and Wednes-
day nights, after which another attrac-
tion will be presented, this to em-
brace the balance of the week. Mr.
Shadrick has appeared in all the
largest cities of the South and the
press and public unite in recommend-
ing him as one of the best in his line
that has yet been this way.
These attractions togetl;(r w' ,, the
splendid motion pictures and illus-
trated songs, combine a n.ost pleas-
ing program, and one that the people
of Gainesvllle will no doubt heartily
enjoy.
The management of the Baird will
at all times strive to offer only
amusements of the highest class.
which will result in increased and
better satisfied audiences.

SCARLET FEVER RAGES
IN PITTSBURG, PA.

PITTSBURO. Pa., Oct. 1.-The epi-
demic of scarlet fever, which has been
growing for two weeks, is now caus-
ing great worry to the State Board of
Health, a representative of which is
working to stay the spread of the
disease.
The epidemic has spread to Rankin
and Swissvale boroughs and grips
Braddock and North llraddock.
In Braddock two families lost two
children each during the last threp,
days.
Deaths ar' becoming more frequent
every day. Forty-one cases are quar
antined. Foreigners evade quaran-
tine, thus carrying the disease to
Amrerian families. The schools were
rfumigated today, and will likely be
closed next week.

Deth of Mrs. Fix.
H. A. Fsaher has received the sad
I!t, lgeon of the death of Mr. Su-
M .i the aged mother of his wife.
IwN erred at her home in oieM
wel. 1Lad. a day or two sinae. Mrs.
b V .W nmmomed to Boswell sev-
0er0I ah 0 o accoout of falling
health Of her Iother, and fndtag her
GlgditIna quite eriteal, decided to re-
m& until the endw came. While the
de&ise e the lady was not anexpect-
ed. it w"a a great shock to her reisL
tves aed frimeds, and Mrs. rlsh-er's
-ny ft-As here wil extead symac-
thy 1a her how of trouble.

C,. KlIager., the jeweler. 1614 Vir-
sai *veel, Indlanapots, lad.
wes: was so weak from kidney
mesl the t I coed habrly walt a
lae'lmedy nelred my comple,-
m1 m y tA khel and the itr
,-.IUe m-Br .'* and I ean

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THE UNIVERSITY HAS

FLATTERING PROSPECTS

ATTENDANCE NEARLY TREBLES


THAT OF LAST SEASON.


Athletic Feature of School Will Also


FU

r latest In puAnt than ye who
the average propertyowner pay s
e imple cui-,en facts abt



antic S
White Lead
y Palater Trade Mark)
nary paints that it would pay you
But you need only request tht We are
rtimment or .k gains, the
t N,.a sam awe
t ; .I att prices
painting- easy -IJ equaled i
LEAD COMPANY Look

[ways Now Yr wlocals-re
and be.
then see
willing t(
,tago of

NEWS OF CITY AD we n

COUNTY CONDENSED while p
the road
G. W. McCall, cashier of the First a few of
National Bank of Alachu was trans.- bargaillns
acting business In the city yesterday. would do
Ira J. Carter, Justice of the peace aider b
of the Newberry district, arrived In


ur


tore


offering bapr
coming week
never before
n Gainesville.
through the
ead our ads.
.convinced-
e if you are
take advan-
these Mrices.


.rely mention
using along
of prosperity
these many
which you
well to con-
,fore buying


Prove interesting to the the city yesterday to spend a. abort elsewhere. L o o k
while on some business matters. through the great ad-
Large Attendan. oothes Itching skin. Heals cuts orising m e d
burns without a scar. Cures piles.erin m
The first week of the University ecsema, salt rheum, any itching. (The Sun) for our
started off under most favorable cir- Doans Ointment Your druggist sells bar gin ads. and be
.imstances, aid there is now a reg'a- it.
tration at this Institution of !.:9, near- Mesdamni J. W. Alsop and J. R. one am6ng the many
ly three tines as many hs the total Howell returned to Cedar Key yester- of Our satisfied ouse
attendance si the a.it s8utlon. day to spend the next few weeks. The tomer.
Inerest among the students is even former recently spent a few days -.-_ -_- ..
greater, and on all sides the prospects there and was so well pleased with
for a ve;y prosperous term are bright the place that she decided to return ai *i ll w' .
and highly encouraging to the faculty again and spend some'lime. UIUvillF r.. lL.JU W.
and the president, who have worked j. A. Rosborough, J. F. McDonald.
hard for the mammoth Increase dur- C. E. Shaver and ?. it. Lump!:'
ing the past summer, formed a quartet cf ni|.Mvllle ,,-
The law department '.as now been men who visited V'inl d)r on T. -,
fully organized, and more students day evening to atte a ocal I D r. W aldo
are expected to arrive within the next Uon at that place. They returns : Ae W al.
few days to enter this department, the "early morn," and state that t
while reservations have been made time was spent so pleasantly that tb
for about fifteen more to enter the do not regret the lose of sleep. D E N TIS T
school. Li N T1 o
The athletic features this season in the Distrltt Court of the Unlte '
will be better nnd brighter than In States, Northern Diatrist of Plor.
the past, owing to thd large attend- ida-in the Matter of William M.
ance and the increased interest that Thomas, Bankrupt-In Bank.
is taken by the student body. and a ruptcy.
large number of ganme. for the sea. To the Creditors of William .W
son will be scheduled. Thomas of Alachua, Ploid in m MLb. iM m lm s W
A large and Interesting meeting of County of Alachus, and District afore, Eh I* Iqa
the association was held at the Uni. said. a bankrupt:
verasty on Friday morning, which Notice is hereby given that on the
showed that much Interest was mauni 30th day of September. A. D. 90 1,
feasted in the athletes feature and the said Hilliam M. Thomas was duly p M g ,
some really fine sport is expected of adjudicated a bankrupt; and that the
the UV of F. squad this season. The frt meeting of the creditors of maid
football boys have gotten together and bankrupt will be held at Oaieavill*e,
are already practicing for some of porda. in ofics of Clark &Pleldli.. Dr A Dolan
the games that are to be played In on the Ilth day of October, A. I.
the very near future. 1 09at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at
----- wblih time the said crtors may at VETERINARIAM
Imperfect Digestion tend. prove their claims, aspivut a
Means less nutrition and In conse trustee. examine the bankrupt., and Jltit llC:
quence less vitality. When the Hver transact such other buslnes as tnay MU olia Hotel| Oainm viliw
falls to aserete bile. the blood come. properly come before the said get.
loaded with bilious properties. te d4- Ing.
getlon becomes impaired and the This the lst day of October. A. D. E W MIe II
bowels conMstpated. Herbine will IM. THOMAS W. BULDINOG, w
rectify this; It gives tom to the tem. Referee it Ilatkrvpty. ,
ad, liver and kidneys, utreoGtheb the Oseas Ille, ell rioda
appetite, cleaa uId lpwrves the com 111111-1
plexio. oftuses new life and vi r to 0 Tow 81 W I*In
the whole system. 50 ee ts i bateW. .... 9 i n'
Sold by W. M. Jobasm. W o.Op M ad Omit. 4, I i A*
Will Oa, IeeMonaM II4fIhudta4M d
ieanked His Stars.
Whet 1w I re sch revolasten broken 4 0W Me h s
out a Dumtbr of art"if tt e r 1 Nn h
livea. taltLaauwo.we d h rouem. 'I IV mI u_
o00Y gwtd the imum atilonts" 00 o th WW I Is the Whi's
kiM a*dI ie consteilatka. Wil e he
toeod. after the reis of terror, that 11*
bebai rir edtbefaryOt fthe -11
be excsalawd grateairlY. "I mMY the aE LK K
l starn for it. Wipsmi say eap t kKLlea y l U
)set passe# ore trouw"e truh? V W. Maole SI., .Ps. e.Oft
Alit e tl s by deS thea P HO g No. 9
amealotke ootim ed m a dtaM-s "' ''
the wvrd was giVm. -rm 51 ;
article to the see* ad m"IR f A T We MAOa Sp Iy oAll
vaen to the 1 ItN" o Work
afwodd ua 1l & ,.-- "fll t" 0 --W-- -. ol----C o Dray Work.
d" 10,i -teAsctg Oi" --NOW OPIN-- BMSr 8ee Us FirM.
Bm1t S**e4 m e aB l the 1 Al l tN8a0uhel. uisl0 01
de**e ***. '* * i*l - i

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Vaeed as i.sWMlhAe at Oatoter.
, yte.. as saeeaT** man matter.


I avL'ma


~~ ~ i ~a~a symow mUock.

The DaIly isa. published every nmss
~g' eze~t ~dsp wieed by carrier
I~b te et~w Maul tosany part Of t0e
Rhatted stas4Z postage free. forr$6 a rW;
~11.3.85three. onths& o
-44@Gu, orfovaeweelo-atrwty fis led.

Raes*96 notices inlaical oowumasec
~antr iausdtffom, SAd W 114tafi


9 T aeek son I san eight p1,
rtry lOut p"per. published every Mon-
d. y Wa4 Thurday, as containM all the
aewn of S* week, ocal, State and ge.-
al gM, Oad wl Ie mailed, postage free, to
S9 art t 'he United States, for 81.0N
a yesr-in advanse.
AM advertisin ble become due aftr
nat appearance of advertisement. unlee
'e Srwee stlpulate4 in oeonract. Prtlee
s *'1 known to uu wIll be required to pay
for advertadiin In dwmce. Addrm,
THU DAILY UN, .
Galasevimi e, lOMida.
S "Congressman Farris" Wouldn't
S that jar you?


A man who returns from he s -
mer .outing with a word of peslmaeIMS
~s hiM lipe Would be a curiosity these


S las a Ae tuO the* Wriht bretms
#u hatV ailrhips to shape to go
-Mfdly ove* the routes and verify the
aWperts of explorers..

The chaufeurs have qrgantsed la
'.W-shatea, and hereafter so &ato
mobile wrecks will be recognlsed that
do not bear the union label.

A headlise asn John D. objects to
wl gaes of chance." But very few
s asn, .lik Mr. Roteleoller, nail
aw a lag every time.

ip t .will be ine whoe they begln
Sep rum~Nr boarders up at the
lh Pole, with sero eeursions from
prominent poats. Just wait.

ow that Mr. Aldrlh has resolved
.S Heawaem.. i eam the Pr e
dpat's hamde, Uilo Joe Cannon will
prababl take on an exapectant look.

S*avina bees living on the "Roomee
S t for several mouths, It Ie only
i that Peary couldn't think of
la hg lse to call Cook than a liar.
.--:-_
S here are now four candidates for
sOreu from thin district, Alachu,.
Duval and 8t Johns counties
i tals them. The race will be
Alachua and St. Johns coun-
eadildates.
a.' O0rd Plnchot's companion. Ben.
Flint of California, got lost on
faetac le land and rolled down fifty
Int a canyon. H sgot some severe
but feels that he was quite
esapared with Mr. Pinchot.

i b sun is in receipt of the "8pe.
Wi rglades Edition" of The MI-
DIally Metropolis. It comrpriaes
ht pages, of 334 colum naS
ely lliastrated with views o
Dversladee coutatry, and s a great
to the publishers.

There ousht to be some way of pt.


F mat




MR tlhu
bde &M

so the
9 the p
0"01 h,
Fruk c

of


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Thi reek, whic s last uh N as
the streets yr In v Oak, iwbe rty.
other towns ae. paved with., a e
purchased for 65 or 715 ents a ton
delivered here Ia Ja sr. Thus it
will be seen that thee farmers pro
puoe to pay with their teams sad labor
bout three-fourths of the expense of
building thee good roads.
"This proposWeoan aur oty con.
misaloner wll aoeept beyond the
shadow of a doob. I feet, they ean-
not asord to do etherwie, because
It is a duty they ewe to the" tax-
4yers who so soly propose to bear
by far the larpen part of the expeae.
"&aU sow 0a ,

hish ftss -tkhr i.e peat
wTe demoaetrated their public spirit
and their deere (o have -pod reads

"We complain of our taxes, sad
Awty, too, for they are higher thea
nla the days of earpetbag reooaetrue
tion, but burdensome as our tate and
county taxes are they are not to be
oemered to the tax levied by bet
roads. Whore the Saul of State a d
county taxation has slain s thou.s
ads, the David of bad roads has s*lahx
Rt toA tate anad
"Thoe. public spirited farmers,
who thus propose to donate their sla-
bor, are to be eommeaded; their no.
ble example emulated, and their


propoeltion accepted."

,Dr. Cook Is pasdhg trouh a dif-
uit ordeal. He has been assailed by
a man whoee recognized achievements
as an oe.phlrer lent peculiar force to
kle formidable Impeachment of the
Doctor's veracity. But even ibo moot
virulent of Peary's parties must
now confess that through all the Irri-
tations of an exaperatung controversy
Dr. Cook hasa eantained a coolness
and restraint that compel respect and
encourage belef. We are aware that
this dispute over priority In Arctic
discovery has only just begun. The
real fight will develop when Dr. Cook
submits his acientlic data to the In-
pection of men qualified to pass Upon
their vaqe.

Judge R. R. Gry. chairman of the
board of directors of the Uslted
States steel corporation, announces,
after returning rom BUrope, that "a
decided )mprovemeat Ia commeretal
and financial conditions Is apparent In
Prance and lagland. Investors of
those eoastries are displaytag itcroeM
ed interest to A ier ca somutee.
Their desire for them Is doubtleo due
to a e~t o eep tasatalo They
m to puat thr a mae la- w paft g
-m-atmat that will ms abe flt tax.


op to the shipment and sale ame" S e part telmoy as to
* Florida branges. The cot ed p pet of t O
e frit dealers are now die. tryI a welcomed.
this rnea fruit and offerIta
e. but a person with common
not likely to "bite" at the M o Curd
"three for a nlck*L'" It was with loal apatedam. sm t4e amt
at the new Citrus Prit ih. reach the at of the disase. Cat
Fould be able to stop the shbp is a blood or w otlttlsUal daoisea
green oranges and grape and i order to are t yes y M ta
a season. but it has not had maternal remedite. Har t
red effect in this section. Cure, is ta MerSally, sad A d-
recly on the blood and memeo aw
Ho. lon L Parris. speaker faces Halls Catarrb Cwr is sot
'tortda House of Repreeeats a gee medi cle. It was peeorbed
as decided to "So out aftor by on of the bet plhyca hin ths
markk" Mr. Farris made a couty for yeuar a s a r gular
0 09 him"it by be on 6botprescription. It is ct Pwosed the
o of himself by belag on .oth toers kon. ot wa combhedw ow te
the Jacksonville charter bU blest th o kaow. hrlm adn wtth tihe
at seesaon of the LegIslature. best blood pmurtller s afing reey
bout the weakest man oday n th mes ces The pt
It. ti Duval cO M moty.tt combination of the two tairteint to
ravh asa cay d eade In hikm wht pMrduoe suh u wonder amriol
ly. If e thak peop eui catarh. Send hr NO&
distrlet will en theirI-a A IM, -
in Conares to seek a ptollmigal r .o drM N& 0,Ts
be wilSd that e is t TakeHall's Fmally P"s tr 6-1
, when the vot"e. are coated atattes.


~p~i~BiY~


enough so I *Yg bome dbeeovered
o powerful to cure a Perry Davs'
PakilNer. As a Mlinat ient ilaa s
equal In wa Rheumatsm or n
ralg, bura and britses. aad wounds
of every doecrlptie. It. Is the c _ea
et ad beet remedy ofred to the
public. Only U5 for a Mv botle.
LThbwe m a lntr ma. dKow s.nad5S


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That the farmers of sIatRon sa-
ty are a"to to the w atbo d
rived from the tloA of a*
roads iso evideied hbr the oDlowing
from The Japer News:
"The farmers of tMs coauty are

As df nn tatexmen at the
last aisO*d ot oe, -ard of county
co1DeMgers a prepaotib as pro.
Ks slb& iIat W, r "ld r ty
i a .east of

would furtesh the rock tsy would
meet every Saturday sad hast It o at
.a the rode.
%-meains fifty wage hauliag
saturday and this would
M' ^o .ab fowr several
ne. oist from Jan er. It wopi d do
way, with thv terrible saUd beds
wha~.ust"od two or three -ne tfrom
towa, adt the matrwW bog r ock it
would bea peau work.


.Goav~ lup ~ i Rghe Mw-If
3ovewm lr tart$@NOWb jerseyaft
inagm sseg 1.1wluresas" theni .t;ft
Ifor -m r.6oqw, pmmlsb*i '
reltlrnt~peawisnes. TM x9,13*1
Of dere*tAt p-berle Jwb$* IthsW.
sM" b s hu mrked conizastWiSW h
wb hih m.4 carlo-tic ahew Swadm
movmea.,is the IWedt parti W"v


bas ta13sth pa sow sopaw "rob*m
t00, Amdll v WA" bpumsamaim"istiR
A eupreSwy asumemalow to po1a
right s %W t 6mbias baeles, W
reason e lagulalrelsouet.by'

or by a f*vwooessIn ppewlAlow~

04efovvw bu*.swafts sm *or.

eaty sm"Wit atlie fts I*

applies i*'polos the us* ha I
anion, am" Is #tram" b, aa4w n

tovmulsW( A" 402he paony NOW

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A Doetp heater b". CgIeeVed
way rdcli dead leter she.,W146 is
"s imay hMterseach eveloehavlog
contained taI9biM.Thers eaweto
he' no mWpeof deettylog the medr.
The -m reolgs- We the wMosey- m
coome &M, a no* forwham haemac
made silM Wad WUvsfat"edto Lpa"
for Itt MthetiW~me Allwftlug hMet
set ada" l tat,004what **owe 3wI~
'o kow ew I a .m"cbthe tlew"ssp
poned to to.rth fnthe rsQ*ao

Extasm.whihWIS add Wo mile
, a trackas, "d *wIGotsealk.w.If
aresneu~edby
vbrim S.ystem.- Them astrawsl
reaod "now iers doobut-hMa pm"a
Uie OR wihbout break, sat with uam*
n f his atIURP sas fmdatlo ter


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.. BABY. i 'S ITCHING

ThWMr- WAE INTOLERABLE


13tGir l of Six Months, had Fearftul
The 8t. Attack of Eczema-Spread All
Petersbur oOver Her Face andE B egan to
October. Swell Scratched Till BI)od
Jack Came-Releved in a Night and
tion 1r C CURA
"tour ^ts CURED BY CUTICURA
Col. T AFTER .LNG SUFFERING
old and 0,-e afn of
.BroowkaT my little gi was six months
i d SbtiMd all red spos on her
The DaUgJ^^^' ^right chdek. I did not
The pl S P y an nationn to
have been ft, for I but finally the
its erectlo at I ent for the do
tor who said it ws
snt e t or. Heopreo
Last W W e anointment
Amelia .JThe trol- t which I used for two
I*ley c'r ,.1114W.. o helping the eruption
Scars. Ja. ", there. weeks but Mtea
Sft Uirake 1 mw. Then I went to a
Miami dar-e ctorSS Mon P'S who ftr examining the
ing at New i In the baby a was oeme. ie also save
adtt o u^ ^ a tn9 which rynot delp
interests Oat o tt e a -tbinTe In Zhe eantme
nllet. ll over the face and the eyes
Ie I ':ronaS wll. I Ibecame very anxious.
Mrs. J th. mothe of the thi ch I an toOWrethad lto
Miami TatM4 t. Mon- prevent h Moratehl. The cheeks
day. S Ie 4 .uW.-Ocaa w.re om with blood and it was a
day. She to ib t to me. I consulted doe-
Banner. '"ton from e ber to December, but
theywe h e to oure the baby. I
The great Ba1 an4 BaUley Ptra out fro twenty to thirty dollars
is coming to billed for o y ends told me at the
a performtat &P ua early in Cutlura eedies and I seat at cure
v embr. for a set whioh I began to uwe that even-
November. Ing. The eut morning the baby's fa
was all white teand of d and o
New atO t :.vitrined iz ne bow surpded I was Iana
brick are b W. t Palm nd word enough to paee Outicura
Beach to o ie the uemeaat and I do not know what would have
Beach to cofpii ite slm*nt beoome of my baby only for It. I used
walks that v1* p (atty been put the Cutoura Remedies until the ecemna
entirely disappeared. The child now
down. three years old and quite well. used
Grandpa" 0mb of j~th d three oakes of Cutioura Soap, two boxes
"Grandpa" of rlod tell o Cuticua Ointment and one bottle of
trough a trap Wes mE the laundry Outicura Riesolvent and I never use any
other oap. I always recom nd then
into a well wti-k hot aWate. The whenever thee is a chance for doing so.
well was ten fit Wt he escaped I will send you one of her pictures
which she had taken Just after she was
with only a few .bi and a tra-healed. Mrs. P.E. Oumbla, Sheldon,
turd rib. Jul-".- Ia., y 13, 10 o."
Last Saturday ) Iuteh steamshipM% AL :
'Zeeburg," b-ni| 41s hamburg to SS 4I6i WI
Jacksonville, wea0t"oto at Myport
dur ag a heavy gale. It Wa"' report- tine Bay. Bay street was flooded on
(d :,.at the seas Wete running over account of a very high tide, and the
h, s:noke-taoks. .. tidal flood swept up through the storm


', first wb .toe "houT e ever
to I, ,stabHlbeat* 'ftI iohoa will be
that of N. Q.. i, un-
der the name of PW mlier & Com-
pany. The firm tillen Its doors
in a very few we*A. ..

Tampa gave at ren weleo* e to the
tFr steamship tIaM Philadelphia,.
v, which adds k to TaWpa's
Iehrate the ocaion acampaned
a great flow f oratory.

Th.- Young Men's Orttamn-Aamotd-
', 1"f Pensadola W open ~ igfht
,1 on October U1th. 'ITe school
r the young ia Who deeds spe-
AI training along the line of hi
('r business, or s better general
ition. It isa very admirable

I ty afternoon e eco,_d ar
connection with the Investiga-
t Detective W. Brac k Into
P i latt murder asem Vws ado aptish
II Tampa. & -T, Spmth, a young
t man who w f mtn the Tampa
nr Company, was pla iuder
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TAkf) flgoe A hWOPiS~M~
-.! 'T'hems6 O IN 0lbi W" Up
nor~Uj".vlUq*vSOE

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fo trFso ron"m i
"'bt -up wva MA ftfa
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be" look al gtI
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sewers and filled the streets near The
Record office several Inches deep.
The Central Hotel at Anastasia was

lHfted up and sat flat down on the
beach.
FOR SILVER ERVICIL
Board of Trade Takes Action to *-
cure Funds.
At the suggestion of Mayor Davie.s,
tha Galnesville Board of Trade have
taken up the matter of raising funds
f-r the purpose of a silver service for
the battleship Florida.
Parties desiring to contribute to
the fund can notify B. P. Hampton,
v.ho is secretary, and the amounts
will be credited. Following is the
list of contributions up to last night:
B. F. Hampton .............. 6.00
B. R. Colson .................. 1.00
Chields Warren ............... .00
H. S. Chubb .................. .00
L. Canon ................. .00
4. B. Arnold ................ 1.00
W. R. Thomsus ................ 100
W. W. Hamptom, Jr. ........... 1.00
K. D. Turnemr .............. %-05
H. P. Robinson ............... 1.00
A. Harpe ................... 1.00
T. W. Sa"La ................. L
I, I e'uSeo r ............... L"
J. *******................ 1.00
L. 'B ahiw .................. LW
Dr., O l WaMl.o ............ 1.e
AL m................... .0 L
u. 0. eaosr .......... .*-
Ma L sh lCrk .............. 1,
de Glass, iW Sa s....... 1
Oirt0 l ess to te sbhee fW d wd l
b Nred Afrm PWte. resiltaig at
- eMa b Ams oa sc uM?.
Mor PInAtWso ad Ae0iag
Whetbr r Ma ertoie eedltolmU.
*a"e or vereiate&, try H k' Capef
4 k remee the reWr sad ra"
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0o a.* *@**O* o* s 0 0
o ORPHANAM DAY. *

The firat Saturday In October wil
soon be here. We ask that everyone
In Florida give the earnings of that
day to the Florlda Baptist Orpanae.
Arcadia. This institution a f
poor white orphans of the State of
Florida, Irrespeetve of relllgito
oreeds or nationality. If you do not
earn anything on the first Saturday
in October, send as the earnings of
some other good day. With may this
Is a very happy day, because they
are working to help the orphans. We
need means to maintain and train and
educate these orphans, and others
that are coming.
But let ae mention fneother matter.
More than twenty months ago we be.
gan a saaltarium which we have 0eo-
stantly needed. Today its brick walls
stand compete and bare, because we
have not had the money to go for.
ward with the work. Please help to
furnish thls building.
Will not merchants, every business
organisation, people In every oocupa-
tlon, churches, Bunday schools, wo-
men's societite, young people's un-
ions, and organizations, secret orders,
every individual In the State, send
us help, on the first Saturday in Oo.
tober? If you will, I am sure we will
be able to go forward with the work
and finish the sanitarium which we
have needed so long. Send money to
B. .N. BEAN.
Arcadia, Fla.

FOR CITY MARSHAL.

To the Voters of the City of Gaineas
vllle: A special election having been
called on Tuesday, October 19, for
the election of a Marshal to succeed
len T. Arnow, resigned, I beo to
announce that I will be a candidate


for that office, and ask the support
of my friends. Being thoroughly ex-
perienced along the line of police
work, which has been gained by a
practical experience, and being now
acting Marshal. if my action in this
capacity meets your approval. I ask
your votes to be continued in office.
Sincerely, HARRY L. OWENS.

I respectfully announce jayslf a
candidate for City Marshal the pe
eial election to be held October
19th. I am la the re t the pOlls
case on the day of i e
restedfily solicit Ieot e y|
fellow.etttiens, proint ins, 1 elected.
o perform the duties of 4a6 .
inout fear or favor. Olveame~ur
su ort, and you will never have
esee Ut regret It.
'^ -. QHAS M. DLL


LoUls Boonma lediug merchant of
Norway. Mich., whites: "Three bot-
tles of iPoley Honey and Tar tabso
lately cited my boy of a sever
coudh, and a nelgbor's boy. who was
so IB with a cold that the doctor gave
him up, was cured by taking Poley's
HoOey and Tar." Nothing else Is as


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ARRIVAL A WARTUfts OP.
SFIRST CHOICE -0v *AIN
.TRAI[N.
Right. Too, Bouse the Brav DIGESTIO -
Are the Tendered. IG S I N Published fi Information 'of the
years ago the eoctarson steam- General Public.
eturnlsg from Alaska to SeattleI
ocated Us propeller la a dreary Atlanti Ca Line.
n of the Inner passage and came Lv. Ovilo for l acklt T 1:45 a. 3:80 p.
a forced stop, For two days the Ar. Gville ft. Jaokville 12:80 p. 7:; p.
I's engineers and macbnlitsts I- Lr. Oville for O'als & Tsa0 vt:50 p.
red to repair the break, but, without Lv. Grill for Mloanapy, Eta 7:30 p. m.
success. Two of the boats were man- Lv. G for 1canapy, 7:30 p. m.
4ied and dispatched for aid to Vie. Lv. Grille for Hill 8, Etc. 3:80 p. m.
-tora, 800 miles away. In the mean- Lv. Oville for Trenton, Etc., S:80 p.m. .
time It was discovered that the ship's Lv. GOvlle for Wilox; Ete, 5:58 p. m. If
stores were not abundant. Alarm bred Ar. from Southern points 8:S30 p. yotI
j.n the minds of pesslmltic pamsen Ar. Grillo ft. W0 ,f Etc., 7:45 a.m. .
fer, and the contagion spread. Star- Ar. GvfUe ft. igh S., Etc., 1 0e p. n.
actionn might ssaill the vessel before A 0 T atea, ., 1$:0p.m. Th
A former California official took It Ar. tlle ftr. Wil0co, to., 8:60 a. at. and
,o himself to reassure his timid cow- SSeaard Air Line. prop
ons, but his effort was not per-. O for a 8: :50 .
ly adapted to raise drooping spJr-. Lv. OGllo for Jackvllle 8:1 a. 3:50 p. e628t
In fact. his closing sentences but Lv. Galnesvillo for Cedar Key 5:,40 p. late
ed to the gloom. "Let us be brave." Ar. Grille fr. JpkvlUlie 132:0 p. 5:40p. elMsl
lId4. "If the worst comes and that Thought Astor Was trasy. Ar. Grille from Cedar Key 8:10 a. m.
necessity which In such msad- People ua!d John Javoh.Astor wn- Tam and Jaksoavle B. R
es bhas met others must be faced crazy benuw he paid 1l.(XXo a er n.r Tampa *nd Jackonv lle R. OW
us. lIt us remember that It is good when be bought the estnte of Aaron Lv. G'vile for Micanopy 10:10 a. m.
die that our friends may live. The Burr about a buodred years ago. It Lv. GOvlle for Sampson City 6 p. m. MAl
or more that may be sacrtflced was a farm of 120are. located about Ar. GrOille from MSeamopy 5:80 p. mI. AM
be consoled by that thought." where Twenty-fdrst street la now to Ar. Grille fr. Sampanp CIty 10:10 p. m.
was a moment's silence. awful idaubattan. Inu eo years be com-.
Jto l Intensity, then a ebeerful volee Bnesced to sell lots at $53,000 so aCre: t A ti for T D uI
beard. "You should be taken but, fortunately. be did not sell much Notie of Aplaton for T De
Governor Booth. You know the at that price. What It is worth today Under e1tlon 8 of. Chapter 48K6
e.t are the tenderest" And even is bard to compute In mllions,-Ce(nt ,Laws of Flerida.
terror stricken smiled once more.- Per Cent. NotiUce Is hereby given that m. L.
Salnclsco Argonaut s .... Babbitt, purchaser of Tax Certlflcate
ft N. ,dFoley's Honey and Tar clears the No. 8, dated te th d of A
TAPA CLOTH. air passages, stops the irritation In the No. 190, a ed t d oferUo ato
--- throat, soothes the Inflamed mem- n my ofiee, ad has made appliaton Si
of the Native Hawaiians Before branes and the most obstinate cough for tax deed to Issue In aooordane
Civiliaatien Arrived. disappears. Bore and Inflamed lungs with law. Said certificate embraces
"paper mulberry" tree (Brousso- are healed and strengthened and the the following described property situ-
ppyrltfera) is the souieo of the cold Is expelled from the system. Re.t elaa tlorat.
"taps cloth" of the Polynesian fuse any but the genuine in the yel Ated ln Alialba county, Florids, to.
This Is a natural tissue and is low package. J. W. McCollum & Co. wit: t
From the Inner bark and after SE% of SWI, Sec. 2, Tp. 8, 5.
torp off In strips is scraped with MASTER'S SALL R. 11.
and beaten with a mallet until it The said land being assessed at the
bs a stH re united by ovpap er. TheIn the Circuit Court of Alachua Coun. date of the issuance of such certt 0M1
I strips are united by over- I - a
the edges and beating the ty, lorida, In Chancery-J. H. cate In the name of Mrs. 8. A.
together until large pieces of the McLean vs. 0. L. Pendarvis and Wheeler.
are formed. L. G. Connell, Late Co-Partners Unless sad- certificate shall be re-
18 said that before Hawaii was Dolig Business as Pendarvs & deemed according to law, tax deed
-with the wave of civilliatlon Connell. will issue thereon on the 26th day of
Iand women were dre"ed tn this Notice is hereby given that under October, A. D. 1909.
bark 'iloth "taps" or "kape." and
dN of the women consists-ot and by virtue of a final decree of fore. Witness my official signature and
s or rpperwom c osedn of closure and sale made and rendered sal this the 28rd day of eptember, FU
tblsek ss of taps. about four by the Judge of the Circuit Court of A. D. 1909. 8. H. WIBNOG8, B
I length by three In width, the State of Florida In and for Alach- Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coun-
several times around, the waistt us county, in chancery sitting on the ty, Florida. an
ending below the knee. The lot day of September. 1909, In a cer. By M. 8. CHEVB8, -Dep. Clerk. 0
of the men was the "malo." or taml cause therein pending wherein
bout a oot Into width and e J. H. McLean is complainant and 0. It it' printed stationery you want
Mid l ,ong. A "kel or antlewo L. Pendarvis and L. 0. Connell, late n uBaol s e tIhe p lae t to attL 1t12
square, was sometimes worn
exS. In former years these co-partners doing business as Pen-
Sleoths were sometimes bleaib. darvis & Connell. are defendants, I B8TBIR 8. JORDAN
wy whiteess or were dyed la shall offer for sale and sell in front
sa d q"e printed or ornamented of the court house door in said county
tl ebsO k or quares. Wa- of Alachua and City of Gainesville,
S_ on the 4th day of October, the same
being the firrt Monday in said
Sightly Colder With 50w. month and a logal sale day, within
you see that kind of weather the legal hours of sale, to the highest Lt
you know that rheumatism and best bidder for cash, the following
lMth Is at hard. Got ready for described property, towlt: PORIT R 61 OCK GAI
9W by getting a bottle of Ilallard's Lot Number Twenty-two (22) In
Linlment. Finest thing made Block' Number Eighteen (18) of the
atm chiblainsfrost b, Town of Tyler, in Alachua county Fire Life and Ac ic
bt d 'stiff joints and inmuscles, all Florida. J. C ADKINS mi
and pains. 25e, 50c and $1.00 a Special Master. "
Sold by W. M. Johnson.
---------NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. il II
Her Qualification.
thlerl-Now,. liKk hern, you girla- Under and by virtue of a certain
1you grow up one of you must be final decree of foreclosure and sale
P to siewk Irench nud the other made by the Honorable J. T. Wills,.
n Itre~n.dnl-Ali right. dad. and Judge of the Clroult Court of the
had lir.'ndn- I riar t dman, and lCighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In
ashe can gairgle beLt -I'ltwunch. sitting on the 30th day of September,
.. -.- -- 1909, in a certain cause pending in
Assuring. said court, wherein The American
se (cournge, count. Father won't Elertric Telephone Comiany. a cor- | T e I n D t
you! W1hb. lie told mo only yes. ratio, il complainant, and M. P. *
That If he bhd to iay so much Bummers il defendant; the undersagn-
pen he certnatiy wouldn't do any. ed.4 T. B. lie. Jr.. M Special Master
to dahme ryou -ldAr d y Chancery i galasuea s, will offer Owm f the meot valuable features opera
t fr danm eou -Ufs frsale and sell to the highest and
tbest bidder for cash at publle outcry of or ser vio to our subseribere and euamti
ilty may be all right. bnt no ha on Monday, the fBrst day of November. t the puble gaearslly, is *ur eam ee mat
power can convert It ito a faeet.- 190. the m being the first Mo- e wth Ue eesive ees tane
-----hours of male, before the Omera ..... a .


House Door in the Town of High TON empeam aM the eatftr arWm
U| S.printa. Florida, that certala personal s I* t G **e SIf T itNa e Mapeal phi*e
property. towlt: .dapoundsBB We eae tmd ofM miles of MV a1ig
STOR IA w. wre;:9 pounds ,B Tel.dMS 1 a
bafl M Ama imephone wire: 4 Telep Ton e No.Uls s s s* poen I a m t akw
No. 18. oak: Itel lDP Recerver: Sas em emes
-i Y ue1 Iw -R 00 Pony Olass Inulators: M0 Oak mest ayW tilepaem I mr aitem in the
o Blrackete. T. B. LJIS.t JR. wIth lMie extesmg to any *~r e y Tik
CARTER special Master. ~ h a &W ulMphoMMe mto, ,i nsg th
0 CARTERR A LAYTON.
__ __ Complainant's Goltetors. pe L d llI
TMh Isg "i&s *we we ofd 06e seeI
Sun ofeie for calling cards. WILL L)k DVO.IL in met em ad Impwved asetaie atome
..- -.- ----. .- I.s. c.1e Cwet ues) "Mta c .rnt tiaes and are mhataled at a high ala s
ER W0lueJ TERm amt, vs vA.R..- *t Th ell gret
ofr ub'sn Mf tor Diverges.
N'I a BOTHaa ER iWeabats so MeM
It"HeIso the above t*led 0M tt ASouh-
W .. a- -o s *M eVMos A a


dl sope yo to ras Siti o ot&e e e
an S Telegraph

IeMr wn, but 'way down in your ut"s ee wit e thetWbePmub
iyo'll think so j)t ,the smee. 3 d t ewseeeagraph
t &uaY y--youam ent torlod o nIs ** 1:11""
r ---e wMll as anybody.--- .....
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you are bleesed with the abovp- *TIT
will neve purchase a peell of
tate without m an Abstract. 05S 5ataBy
e legal reaqulrements at so ugmy
compieate d In the traen of AMA
bo i i. S ,,. I.`
Mity; the cbamee of Judgmeta
ig, etc., all point to 0the aba "o
seed4 ( an Abe to avio wr
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ATTOOMIT AT LAW

"shBe, Q~'U I9smDsinand iem
b6WmewprompIlj
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flANK OLAM ,ROSW FEELING
CLARM & D'JMW

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sad Is lil metods eN uma
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Mmatime with aimest amy parJ
Ie vat otw sek o wbe V
10 Tole t tw is eavo la EST ATE
In aammars and aretal pei
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, OCTOBKE 2 19i)


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Oak ne l 0e to be the
mostIt W tk monst

of the the At.
lfatich aaA- ra by
snds of se j to beapable
f produois- Cl43>_ Oe crops;
tn the hbart f WeJuoko arg,
phosphate sad a V orl belt. She
.as the batd a i adrantages
an the .tat& dtee, with
edics to any

health ad A ltee natural
advantM t
fve an tan
citizendgh hp W t make a b
city.
There are aN N atual attractions
in clo"eQ x= thwe city, some of
In clone pron o
which are Sink Palne's
prairie, the D PMIU opper, War.
ren's Cave, -d 4l* New*tan, all of
which are si h private convey-
spring -Psk tsok arm, thb largest
and fain est u la b In the State,
is only eight ie weat of the city
and is reaed b a good bard road,
affording a mot pleaSMant drive.
The ftamner of Alak&te county, of
which GainsMllA tisO. oanty Mat,
"Ulive at hoomaae a o at the same
oiace." The te a~p nt Is very uni-
form. scarcely We Attafhg the nne-
ties in summer or the tenties in
winter. The MPa tls of GaineavWile
Is about ht a representing
nearly every auoa ontm the face
of the earth aad .1stragers always
meet with a bity weloome
The Univer Of IFlorida for young
men and the atNal Agricthltural x-
periment Stafl 4 r, located within
the corporate Soc the ty. In
tact, OilnesTsi- o many things
that we must be i90doewd it we omit


t few of them in the followag esaumer
lUton of what
Gainesvlllo Has:


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One artist
No saloons.
One garage.
Four hotels.
Four banks
Pour dalrioe,.
One foundry
Water works.
Ten churches
One gas plant.
Two tin shops.
Three bakeries.
Ten physicians.
Six fruit stores.
Two gunsmiths. ... 1
Six restaurants.
One seed store.
Board of Trade.
Six drug stores.
Four shoe shop.
State University.
Masonic Temple. ,
Twenty lawyers.
Two paint shops.
Four contractors.
One) bicycle shop.
Baseball diamond.
Two ice factories.
Six music schools.
One variety store. m
One public library.
Two wagon works.
Two planint mills.
Two racket stores.
Two lumber yards.
One marble works.
Three silversmiths.
rhre wood yards.
Fivo dental rooms
One express office. '
Free mall delivery.
Four beef markets.
Eight barber shops.
Two public schools.
Two music houses.
A telephone system.
Two haberdasheries. "
Two abstract offloes.
Four pressing clubs.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
Six boarding houses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three Jewelry stores.
One phosphate office.
One Chinese laundry.
One Christian church.


Two steam ludries.
Two Advent churches.
One daily newspaper.
Two hardware stores.
One female physician.
Fifteen grocery storm.
Five Baptist churches
Four furniture storm.
One cold storage plant.
One weekly newspaper.
Even dry goods store,
One photograph gallery.
Three cold drink stands.
One electric light plant,
Three blacksmith shops,
Three rallways systems.
Eifht benevolent orders.
Two Eplsaoa cahurheos.
United states land nafli
One chemical laboratory.
Thirteen Sunday schools.
Two veterinary surgeons.
One Presbyterian churoe.
Two cigar manutactories.
Pour real e tate agencles.-
Volunteer fire department.
Several lni r romlanilee.
Tlree MottH Wburchbs.
A brass bandraua.In
Two photograp
two moving p!eture bows
Florida Winter Obautsaqea.
Pirst-lass sewerage syteam.
One semi weekly newspaper.
Five life insurance agencies.
Two fertillser manufactcrles.
Flve fire Inmimrne e aenie|.
Two livery and feed Mtablon.
One crate and basket factory
One Elks' Club rsditag room.
Hardwood Manufactring Plant
AgriculturalsJ xprimont Station.
The Diocesan School of Florida.
Florida Winter Bible Conference.
Five dressmaking establishments.
National Odd Fellow' Sanitarium.
Three undertaking establishments..
Two of the best hotels In the In
terror.
Two wholesale grain and feed
stores.
Two wholesale grocery establish.
mente.
Water "that has made Galinesvlle
famous."
The finest opera house in the State
uutalde of Jacksonville
A Government building now being
erected o oset when completed
$150.000.
Carpenters. mssons. plasterers.


Supwvtw ISO if
'Orew, Galaerle. y
County 00u11Wo
Dampler, Chairman, HlgO "
Towasend. Camp"tie; J. W.
Archer: Chs. W. Summer T
0. P. Cannon, Oalanesvlle.
Members School Doard- It
Week, Chairman, Hawthorn; J
Mooy, LaCrosse; W.
Trentoe.
State seatr-U. EB.Le wa
Oalvlls.


palaters, printers, machinists and la.
boring me i galore.
Mon e4allo of paved struets and
granolitho sidewalks than an) other
town It the Interior of the State.
An $W000 court house built of brick
and mtoae-a beautiful structure-and
the lawns, owes beds, shrubbery,
Confederate monument, etc., surround.
tlg It, make It a most attractive plo.
tarme

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

State Offitore:
Governor-A. W. OlUlbrist Talla

Secretary of State-it. Clay Craw.
ford. Tallahassea*
Comptroller-A. C. Croom, TalUa
basoe.
Treasuror-W. V. Knott. Tallahas
see.
Atturney.4)nral-Park M. Tram
mell, Tallahassee.
Comalssluoner of Agriculture-B. X.
Mc.Llu, Tallabassee.
8upt. of public lastrutiUo--Wm. M.
Holloway, Tallahassee.
Railroad Commissioners-R. Hud.
son Burr. Chairman; Newtcu A.
lt!tJ1. Koyal C. Dunn. W. C. Yon.
secretary. All communications should
be addressed to Tallahassea
President of the Senate--. M. Hud.
son. Miami.


Houo-set t IA Oa
T. A. Doke, Santa


City Offi ers'
Mayor-Horato Davl s.
Marshal-Harry Owens (actUs g.
Tax Amusor-W. A. Bradfor. *;,
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellie, 1r.
Cletrk and Treasurer-J. Maxey D"l:
City Attorney-R. &. DavI.
Board of Aldermea--Q. Brooa%,
President; 8. J. Burnett, H. L. PhUi ,
H. S. Oraves. 0. A. (olclough, W. T.
Pound. J. A. Goodwin.
Deard of Public Wurke-H. 3. TsrI
lor, Chairman;: W. W. Hampton, wo -
tary: H. I. Duttesn. J. Bard, J. J .

The vaat adS, do mao real N ta
busaseus than al other bronkers e0
bled--tn taot t, h "eta,'t" mot o
1 busdaIs that th broken as
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County Oflersa
Clerk and Andittr- S. H. Wianmge.
Gainesville.
Supt. Pablo lanstructton-Dr. J. L.
Kelley, Oaenesvllle
Sheriff- P. 0. Ramsey. Galnesville.
County Judg--ll. 0. Mason, Galne.
ville.
Tax Assessor-W. W. Colsou, Oatne
ville.
Tax Colletr-W. 0. iokisoa&
Gainesville.
Treasurer-J. D lMatbeeoe, Galee.
ville.


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Right, Too, Beosue the Bravet
Are the Tenderset
year ago tae ecurson steam-
ag from Alaska to Seattle
ted Its propeller in a dreary
of th Ioer passage and came
tforesd qP. For two days the
's engineers and machinists Ia-
to repair the break, but, wibout
TWo of the boats were man-
and dispatched for aid to Vie.
00 miles away. In the mean-
It was discovered that the ship's
were not abundant. Alarm bred
tb. minds of pelssimistlc passen-
and the contagion spread. Star-
tol nigbt assaill the vessel before
Arrived.
4 former Californla oMcial took It
Idmself to reassure his timId comn-
Ibleo, but his effort was not per-
Itly adapted to raise drooping opir-
In fact his ctoing sentences but
to the gloom. "Let us be brave,"
14. "If the worst comes and that
necessity which In such inland.
tee hba met others must be faced
let us remember that It tos good
that our friends may live. The
or more that may be sacrificed
be consoled'by that thought."
e was a moment's silence, awful
r Intensity, then a cheerful voice
Sbheard. "You abould be taken
SGoernor Booth. You know the
|at are the tenderest." And even
I4mor stricken smiled once more.-I
P'rancico Argonaut. -.
41L I


TAPA CLOTH.
of the Native Hawalians Before
Civillsation Arrived.
"paper mulberry" tree (Brousso-
ppyrifera is the souae of the
"taps cloth" of the Polynesian
This Is a natural tissue and is
M O from the Inner bark and after
tom off to strips is scraped with
and beaten with a mallet until It
bea soft flexible paper. The
strips are united by over-
the edges and beating the
together until large pieces of the
an formed.
s said that before Hawaii was
with the wave of civilllatlon
S women were dressed In this
k 1'1lotb "tapa" or 60kapa."
-e of the women consists-of
a-U," or wrapper, composed of
thi1kMesses of tap, about .four
I length by three In width.
several times around, the waist
teedlIng below the knee. The
of the men was the "malo." or
about a foot ton width and sov-
Ms long. A "kikel." or mantle,
square, was sometimes worn
meae. In former years these
Clothe wae soletimem bleach.
Wy whites or were dyed ton
lad evem printed or ornamented
ton ceeks or square. x

I glIlhtly Colder With Snow.
i you see that kind of weather
0* t you know that rheumatism
*a is at hard. Get ready for
by getUng a bottle of Ballard's
SLiniment. Finest thing made
bseumiatism. chilblains, frost bite,
"d stiff Jolptis and muscles, all
$ and pains. 25c., 50c and $1.00 a
Sold by W. M. Johnson.

+ Her Qualificatolen.
ther-Now. look ber%-, you girls-
you growtiw tip one of ynu must be
j t al.nk Ivrerh n nd the other
ft. 11rentdt-All right. dad. and
El bhad better leatrn Jrmnun, be-
$i be canu g irgl best IunUlI.
Assuring.
iave courlige.' ount. Prther won't
t you! W'i. lie told me only yes.
rl that If he tId to pay so much
S e bhe cerinluly wouldn't do any.
IM to daImage you.-IJfe.
tity may be all right. but no b.
power can convert it Inato a fact.-


3ASTOR I A
r 43himSm am maim.
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be fin o ce for calling cards.


BN'T BOTHER
Sm We-"W Wws
ftWagmr bIs Wm
I a rea during the remainder of the
M an try or beewmade hakleg.
h eadly Upect you to may it sasgood
Oar awi, Iut 'way ,own in yoar
Syea'll think so jist te saw.
Semyway-yo arme entitled to u w
- well manybody.---..
KIYSTONI SAKIRY
am L T. soharer, Prep.


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IDIGRESTION?


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Thought Astor Was ;rasy.
People sa!d John Jueobl.Ato)r wm>
crazy becuuif hie uld $i1.(x) an are
when be bought the estnte of Aaron,
Burr about a buodred yearn ago. It
was a farm of 120 r'rev. located abound
where Twenty-drst street is now to
Maunbattan. lu -.en years be com-
menced to sell lots at $3.000 an acre:
but, fortunately. be did not sell much
at that price. What it is worth today
Is bard to compute In milllons.-Ceat
Per Cent.


Foley's Honey and Tar clears the
air passages, stops the Irritation In the
throat, soothes the inflamed mem-
branes and the most obstinate cough
disappears. Sore and Inflamed lungs
are healed and strengthened and the
cold sla expelled from the system. Re.
use any but the genuine In the yel-
tow package. J. W. McCollum & Co.


MASTER'S SALL
In the Circuit Court of Alachua Coun.
ty, Plorida, In Chancery-J. H.
McLean vs. 0. L. Pendarvis and
L. G. Connell, Late Co-Partners
Doing Bulness as Pendarvis A
Connell.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore-
closure and sale made and rendered
by the Judge of the Circuit Court of
the State of Florida in and for Alaoh.
ua county, In chancery sitting on the
let day of September, 1909, in a cer-
tain cause therein pending wherein
J. H. MclMan is complainant and 0.
L. Pendarvis and L. 0. Connell, late
co-partners going business as Pen.
darvis & Connell, are defendants, I
shall offer for sale and sell in front
of the court house door In said county
of Alachua and City of Gainesville,
on the 4th day of October, the same
belng the firrt Monday In said
month and a logal sale day, within
the legal hours of sale, to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the following
described property, towit:
Lot Number Twenty-two (22) In
lock' Number Eighteen (18) of the
Town of Tyler, In Alachua county,
Florida. J. C. ADKINS,
S8 Special Master.
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
Under and by virtue of a certain
final decree of foreclosure and sale
made by the Honorable J. T. Wills,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. in
and for Alachua county. In chancery
sitting on the 30th day of September,
1909, in a certain cause pending in
Paid court, wherein The American
Electric Telephone Company, a cor-
poration, is complalnat, and M. P.
Summers is defendant; the undersign.
ed. T. B. Bllts, Jr., as Special Master
In Chancery n Iadd eause. will offer
for sale and sell to the hlheot and
best bidder for eash at public oute7r
on Monday, the first day of November.
I10M. the same being the frst Mon-
dafty in d mouth, during the l
hours atof sale. before the Opera
House Door in the Town of Hih
8pritn. Florida, that oertal peraoal
property, towit: kUtt ,anda BB
Ttlepboae wireN: M pounds B. RTel-
epbone wire; 4 T*lpboem. No. 3
No. 18. oak: Bell DP Recoiver:
800 Pony Olas Insulators: 50 Oak
Brackets. T. B. RUJS. JR..
Special Mater.
CARTER & LAYTON,
Complasnat's Solteitors.


At**%%* C'mmy. VUhito f- I, ".
Wimtsawt Fj jr~i1 v.mA IL NuyeS-Of"q
It aprwo ow s e m"Vs wpavmtoIM Ifb
SI.4 Is l.Uw "0" 1"164 e thinSA
Farrld iwe Oerwss" %twm*s unm..toIa
6"1ofth mlaeslate of Its. bas
blumelsolIMSthe l. wsm casem ba
wevy4ed up" hI.m, k "W %" alg re at

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TRAIN.

Published for Information of the
General Public.
Atlantic COast Line,'"
Lv. Grille for Jackville 1:45 a. :80 p.-
Ar. Oville fr. Jackvllle 12:80 p. 7;80 p. !76"..%. O 0. lu i ak. Phone 28.
Lv. Oville for Ocala Ta tp 1:50). .
Lv. OvUile for Micanpy, Btc 7:80 p.n. w g .lt!RIb,
Lv. Oville for High S., Etc. 3:80 p. m*. a "
Lv. OvUile for Treaton. Etc., 8:80 p.m. .' "
Lv. Oville for Wllcox. Etc., 5:58 p. m. If you are blessed with the *bov-
Ar. from Southern points 3:80 p. L yo will never purchase f
Ar. Oviller. mcanoplfBtc., 7:45 +s a.m. r eal vs with0-t on Abstretm. atiOoii ,sta
Ar. Ovilie tr. HNgh ., eto., 12 :30 p.m.
Ar. Ovile ft. Treaton, tc., 12:30p. The legal requirements aw so -ay -
Ar. Qville fr. W'loo Wte., 8:50 a&. sad complcated I the tnader o .
aboard Air Line. property; the eines f Mj ..dg..ets
Lv. Ovlle for oJakville 8:19 s. 8:60 p. IstNil, etc.. all point to tfhe W o- *b
Lv. OGanesville for Cedar Key 6:40 p. te need of AAbtret to avlod pa-
Ar. Oville fr. Jaokvllle 12:20 p. 6:40 p. obhasin a "shady" Utita.
Ar. Oville from Cedar Key 8:10 a. 3. U A Oso'as. Ba
R. An Abstradt is a practl"es necessity Vn ~ lilmmnI ria,
Tampa and Jaoksonvlle R. owad .
Lv. G'vlle for Micanopy 10:10 a. m. .I. w *l
Lv. Oville for Sampson City 6 p. m.A mi It A' *
Ar. Oville from Milanopy 5:30 p. im. *- COW ... CLS, A tJlMf-AT-AW,
Ar. OvlUle f. Sampsonci ty 10:10 p. m. M. 1 fLIm u ?th Tlu n ,um rii


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Notice of Applicoation for Tax Deed -
Under 8eoaton 8 of Chapter 48K, I Oo., PFL
Laws of Flirlida. i a Blook.
Notice Is hereby given that L.
Babbitt, puroeaser of Tax Certificate /
No. 366. dated the t day of A t, tt At LAW
A. D. 10, hae filed sald oertlffoate Ww"h. w," OJ
In ny oee, aad has made appUcatlon b"l1M thAW *43wgm FLORIDA
for tax deed to issue In acoordane ow aw prapet, (0i
with law. Bald certifloate embraces id ? t 1 rt. ) ( sa
the following described property situ. d bhi
ated in Alohlai county, Florida, to- "swhas arlSa. lulz
wit:
BE% of SW%, Bee. 2, Tp. 8, B. W Out J."
R. 1. -AT AT LAW
The said land being assessed at the *IVIrUq, * B Ah a orilquty
date of the issuane of such COe r- "qt
cate In the name of Mrs. 8. A. i nC laas qpalandg ad em
Wheeler. ,g ., J. .U.. .es .b ll eapronpt
Unless ldd- certifoeate shall ha re.- 8*9381 eB a al t door to BMu
deemed according to law, tax deed PHONS 849 O. .QU0ri.Ua, FtMoarA
will Issue thereon on the 26th day of .PAl- 0LAS. 'TE8 W FIELDING
October, A. D. 1909...n.*.- nXM maM M Wm*
Witness mY official signature and FURImtUR DLALLK I wAR 5i
seal this the 28rd day of September, *k
A. D. 1909. S. H. WIENGES,0Orce
Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coun- lug Specialty. A~0, Pa~MAd
ty, Florida. and Unpacking of Purniture, by
By M. S. CHVBS, -Dep. Clerk. Uompetent Man. : : : : 'OSIo Over Natoas.
If It's printed tat onery yo want, BS tORA.C *gi.
Ib On oan le tso pla to get t It 11i Wet Main t., ., Ganvlle. A D lan

OTBER 8. JORDAN W. W. RBAmPo=. Mild Medicine '.ratment for

Horses and M les' Eyes

JORDAN & COMPANY u,, Flrd

INSTANCE '
PRe61, tT. F. TIiMIS
I'O~TER 81 OCK GAINBSVILL5, FLORIDA
oc. UNDERTAKING CO

Fire. Life and Accldent ,bo ea, PULL OP
e omsIpm t 0 t I PULL LI3NB OP

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Of O me mse v*amMvS create% o
of ear mervleo, to ear subseribere and meiut
to the puble ge eraHy, I ear aonae- meat
Use wlth sete stseelv long Eetane A
Nam of the Amaee T SlopMh and Oak
Tlgraph Ce pm sany th ether a ar
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waish we eperte mad I addie am er mm
emiet may teOmph*ue I" ar mtem b, the
wth lne exteedaig to any other ety Tmi
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apermmlasdajiy
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a mdsen nd Improve ds esaie l otl
te and ar e matalned at a high plant
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Itd. It WViaJ rf Metfere
Of the 8S the A
antic by
juads of salt mso eA iable
nf produd* crops;
tn the heart o the Wk-rowing,
phosphate and vl sOtorm belt. She
basa the Ibet e 06W.i Advantages
i the u:-4t W tcee, with
edifices wal tw le to any
towu ow ln ats" ith
and ccnmsl* ^ imJ-dihh; has a
climate wle a o Ud or
health sad O lW4e. thes natural
advantages. 4w prnogre-
ive and PiMWNg owBopo.tanl
citisenship, a s dm t6 make a bis
city. .
There e aM atMral attraetlons
in close pr ati"io the city, some of
which are J ia Sink. Paine's
Prairie, the D MIlopper, War-
ren's Cave. V p4 of ejwtan, all of
which ar rsee )y private convey-
ance -
Spring fa f Moak st.M, the largest
and 1e nn in b the State,
is only em1t-um o w oat of the city
and Is rea"bed a g ood hard road,
afording a most plant drive.
The faWrmer' o Alata county, of
whih Ga*0nes b esty eat,
"live at ho"a9 in at the aMeo
olace." T-h t-MM etl" to very unl-
form, scarcely o fach the ine-
ties in Or the titles in
winter. The poof anvll
it aboat eihi oMi. rpreentting
early every -atlsty the face
of the earth, -ad streagrs always
meet with a h .barty weWme
The Unlvt T lorida for young
men and the JGAMIal Agtrcltural x-.
periment _Sta e, located within
the corporate c the city. In
tact. Ginevl h:til many things
that we must be tPdOd If we omit


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of them In the foll
of what
Galnevllle H


One'artist
No saloons.
One garage.
Pour hotels.
Four banks
Four dairis.
One tfoundr.
Water works.
Ten churches.
One ga plant.
Two tin hops.
Three bakerice.
Ten physicians.
Six fruit stores*
Two gunsmiths.
Six restaurants.
One seed store.
Board of Trade.
Six drug store.
Four shoe shops.
State Unlverialty.
Masonic Temple.
Twenty lawyers.
Two paint shops.
Four contractors.
One bicycle shop.
Baseball diamond.
Two ice factories.
Six music schools.
One variety store.
One public library.
Two wagon works.
Two planlnag mlls.
Two racket stores.
Two lumber yards.
One marble works.
Three silversmitha.
rhree wood yards.
FITO dental rooms
One express office.
Free mail delivery.
Pour beef markets.
Efght barber shops.
Two public schools.
Two music houses.
A telephone system.
Two haberdasherles.
Two abstract oflces.
Pour pressing elubL.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
Six boarding houses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three Jewelry stores.
One phosphate office.
One Chinese laundry.
One Christian church.


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Printing?


Poor printing is a detriment to
any buisness, and is an un-
.profitable investment. Poor


printing is usually


paid for


twice--once when you settle
with the printer, and again in
the injury it does your busl-
ness.


I GOOD


PRINTING


PAYS


FOR


ITSELF I


In the added bluilnes it brings,
in the complete satisfaction you
feel in sending out neat, tasty
stationery, and itA first cost is
oown on the credit side of the
ledger. Good printing is re-
membered long after the price
is forgotten.


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owina enumer Two steam laundries. painters, printers. nmaohlnta sand la.- upr vrtSor
Two Advent churches. boring m"b galore. g, gtaoST sW
sM One daily newspaper. More m4nlle of paved struts and
Two hardware atorm. gnolUti sidewalks than an other
One female phystican. town t the Interior of the Bttta. 0ampler, Chairman, Bagg ,
Fifteen grocery stores. An $M000 court house uilt of brick Towasetl Campville; W.
Ftve Baptist churches. and stone-a beutifdtl tructure-and Arbher; Cha. W. Summer s
Four furniture storw. the lawns, lows das, shrubbery.. .Cannon. Gaineosv .
One cold storage plant Confederate mepaumeat, etc., surround O P. CannoMe a. enrsvUl, .
One weekly newspaper. ta8 n ake it a most attractive ple. Member School Boart- -.
Seven dry goods store, tar Weeks, Chairman, Hawthorn; ,
One photographs gallery. Moody. IaOrome A W.
Three cold drink sadO. O CIA DIRtCTORV. Trenton.
One electric light plant. OFFICIAL ICTORY. Trt.
Three blacksmith shops. ---- Stats Bee r-a. e .
Three railways system State Ofteer:t Oclesvutoi. ,
Eight bene. violent orders. G ror-A. W. Gllchrist, Talla. Miembes Huae-y .
United Statee land ce. ( Ganeville; T. A. Doke. Santa 1
One chemical laboratory. Secretary of tate--. Olay Craw- ,
Thirteen Sunday sa oolo, for. Tallahassee. Cit Ofter,
One Presbyseranw Comptroller-A. room, Tal Mayor-Horatio Dav
Two ePrteriuan csurgLeonseo.
Two cigar manufactortes, Marshal-Harry Owens (actimu4
Pour real etiate encee Treasurer--W. V. Knott, T allahas A eAsor--W. A. Bradflo
Volunteeral departmn Attrnel T Taxolletor-T. Bills, Sr.
S. Several lubani t *r eomaie. e leCl and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dae
Ti'ree Met ~Churches. At~o '-Mmen, Tallahassee.i Atto ruey-R M~ y
A brass ban sadin, lCityAttorney--. IL My
Two photograpDler Co lsauloKer of Agricaltur-B. Doo A ~toe--G. I,. D roome
ewo movinS ptVure bhows Mcl.n. Tallabassee. odet Ald. J. Burnett. L Broo .
Florida Winter Obastmaque. 8ui W M Predent 8. J. Barnaett H. L Phsltle
Mortlda Wint.erw rs stq upt of ublict nstructlon--Wm, M. H. Graves, C. A. .dolelouh, W. T..
Ilret-cla s seweragl system. Holloway. Tallahasee.
Five lsemi-wft nsurance a lee. Ralroad Commissionere-R. ud Pound, J. A. Goodwin.
Five life insuranceragencies.oB of Paublc Worke-H. I. Ta.t
Two frrtllser manusfactorle. son Burr. Chairman; Newton A. o, Chairmas ; W. W. Ralnptom, se ,.
IPlvwe fire tnmIran"e krenelfs. i H!t ch. Royal C. Dunn. W. C. Yon. Chalan; W. W. Hampto .
Two livery and ed tabhlp. D Yon ; H. P. Datttof. & J. Balrd 4, J. I
One crate and basket factory secretary. All communications should *
One Elks' Club reading room. be addressed to Tallahasee. X__I___ ____ _
Hardwood Manutacring Plant Presaldent of the Senate-r. M. Hud -. wnt # t
Agricultural Exprlmont Station. son. Miai.T w t e. o b s ,
The Diocesan School of Florida. son, M bae thaa al othel h bor e Co
Florida Winter Bible Conference. blae--tn tnt. thay "sOW mos t lS
Five dressmaking establbments. County Offierol tUe es3 a
National Odd Pellowq' Sanitarlum.
Three undertaking estas ishments. alk and Ator- R. Weam. a a__________t
Two of the best hotels It the In asevlli/
terlor. Bupt Public Instructton-Dr. J. L :O..
Two wholesale grain and feed Kelley. Oa Gasvillle O
Two wholesale grocery establish. b ertr-P. 0. Ramsey. Oalaevilla. Omu rStr -
meats. has County Judgle-ll. 0. Mason. Galne Oi s ADVERTIS e a"
Water "that ha made Gainesville vllle. _m1n INM n 1
unous." Tax Asaesaor-W. W Coleoa. GaleOai n IUN O ,
The finest opera bouse in the State vrille. THm SUN
Outside of Jacksonville T" Colltot-W D. oDickiMon O0m Thoe's a Reas ..Oi4
A Government building now betaing wevil Oi0i
erected 'o Noet when completed
$160.000. Treasurer-4. D. Matheoso, Galawne- -i --O_ 0^_ --
Carpenters, masons. plasterers. ville. 0


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Ulaney &r Co.
hit as. appeneL and Wtll i GTe.




Pancy Lemons lOc per doses. C. A.

R. W. Small of Haue was a vLoitor
r yesterday *'
oats only lOc per package.
A. Sailey 1 Co.
ar tlte syrup only 16c per bot-
M tod7y. C. A. Sally & Co.
ise Wagnon In Illustrated sonus
the Baird Theatre tonight.
e elean lean -and press good.
.e .Kean Klub. Phone 840.
I 4. L Pooper of the Coast Line re-
yesterday from points south.
AI vegetables In season-also the
of fresh groceries. J. 0G. Harrold,
I. J. Norfleet of Newberry was
the Friday vilitore to Gaines-


hoe more you learn about borme
more you buy from Crawford A

home 840 and have us get your
4i to press next week. Kome
Klub.
:se Blue Ribbon Vanilla Nxtract
ii your dessert Is sure to be dainty
deliolous.
It, frebh and salt-water fish call on
W. Malphurs a Co., *.106 south
Mdn street.
*es. N. Ludwig of TIopa was in
Nf city yesterday on her usual week.
t tradlng visit
Sadles-Let us clean and press that
Skirt or suit next week. Kome
Klub. Phone 8401
1 W. Bargeht left yesterday for
visit to Jacksonville. He will
|bsent for a couple of days.
J. R. Prince, who hba been
.-t for the past few days In Jaok.
vlle, returned home yesterday.
wrene Camp of Ocala, one of the'
bwr of the Camp Phosphate
was In the eity eteorday.
M. Vaalandlngham and mathor,
hsoda Vanlandingbam, were vle.
Ito te county capital yesterday.
htland, an ola citisen and
te veteran, of High
a" d near there last Sunday.
| t ed sons and moving 11Ilc.
l- at tel Balrd Theatre tonigt.
Alhe ame as uual-- and 10

T. B. Ellin and Mrs. C. A.
a* liUttle soa left yeoteolay
Key to spend the next ev-

hlbakoeon has returned from
part of the State, where
f been In the laterest of the

k. J. Watts of Palrbanks was a
to the city yesterday. He call.
Tlhe un office and renewed his
tion.
'1. May. member of the board of
oommlssloners from the Waca.
section. was a visitor to the
Jeterday.
t Walker arrived In the city
from OUrtnville. Mr. Walk.
to accept a Iosltion In the
lle Fu ailture Storeo.
nulterionl and wife returned
fromn laketland, where t hey
been for thel pUa| two wmekut in
t to theti daumlhtter, Mrs. J. v.

Ir. Cha F Smithtt f N ow Yoik
N arrived in tIatllesvillhe sentcrilay
I th I tht l,' s Ki't f her -1.1i r
ottner rvalil ..us fotr ti ia,.-
rerl wek, Sh. ftirmiily lIa -i
and her in r>iimubi o1 t acquatli
will btW lad to taX:%1 %tlco411on
M to (tinie'*l*'+.



LLEN'S
UNGI
(ALSAM
o, roC dc p-wted
COUGHS.


sPIIoAL CASH PaICES AT DON.
SIY*S TODAY.

18 pounds best rasulated sa, $1.
to pounds good rioe for K1.
4 pounds best flour 9 ents.
S.96 poum4s best four $8.26.
10 pounds best pearl grits 25 cents.
10 pounds water-ground meal 26 eti.
Jersey Jants .Irish potatoes 28
cents peck.
12 lorge cans tomatoes $1.
8 pounds Arb kle's cofee, 50 cents.
Best Miclhian butter, 8 pOunds
for $1, W. 8. DORSEY A CO.


Corn $1.78 per sack today.
SBaley & Co.


0. A.


Sweet potatoes s0c per peck--today,
C. A. Balley & Co.
For Bale-Thirty*llon gasoline
tank. Inquire this office.
Choice mixed te only S0o per
pound, C. A. Salley & Co.
Kome Klean Klub, 'phone 840. We
have the secret of oleaning and press-
Inl right,
Mrs. Elisabeth Sylvester of the
Jonesville section was shopping In the
city yesterday.
Have you arranged with the Komq
Klean Klub to press your salt next
week? Phone 840.
Mrs. B. H. Powell and children of
Archer were In the city yesterday on
a shopping expedition.
special monthly rates on pressIng
where everything Is, cleaned lean.
Phone 840. Kome Kl Kob.
Deputy Sherifft BrtoRteft ydtr'
day tor JLohIloosa on boa*,s con.
nected with the sherirfse .oioe..
Crawford A tavs have juat re
coved a lot of mule suitable for all
purposes. Bee them at their stable.
W. W. Bruce of Fairbalks was a
visitor to 0alnesville yesterday, hav.
Ina come on a short vipit to his on,
Walter Bruce.
J. P. PFre was In the city yesterday
en route to his home at Atoher. He
had just returned from a vtlit to
8t. Petersburg.


For a couple of hours' real pleas
ure and enjoyment, attend the per-
formance at the Baird Theatre to.
night. 6 and 10 oents.
The very beet of choice cut on
Florida pasture-fed beet-equal to the
Western meat at mueb leoe than half
the cot. J. 0. Hatrold.
C* ovoras, A Cardulle, the obldet
fruit house Inthe city, Opera House
block. Bananas today I and 10 oeat
doses. Other fruit cheap.
Building a passenger depot la your
baolyard may be a ood ad.-but the
ever-lncreaosing number of meals serv.
ed to dinner train luests speaks vol-
umes for the Brown House.
Miss Marguerite Miller, who has
been at Williston as a delegate to
the Lease Assoieation of the Metho-
diet Church. was a visitor to the city
yesterday en route to her bhoie at
Franels.
Mrs. J. W. Walker wants to Inform
her customers that she will open her
dressmaini parlors on Monday, Oct.
4th, at 604 8. Univeralsity street.
Prices reasonable and satlUfacti
guaranteed.
.W. M. Dale, of the Dutton Phos-
phate Company, left yesterday for a
short business visit to Ocala. He was
a former resIdet of the Brick City
and will be gladly welcomed among
his old friends.
J. M. Roach. Jr.. a large and sue.
cessful trucker of the Williston se*o
tlon. was a visitor to the city yeste4-
day and made a call at this oalice.
lie has some twenty-eve acres of Ir-
rltated veetables planted aud Ox-
lets to reap good prices.
.M1iadanmes C. I Italgler and C. C.
lieddick, who have been spendiur the
laMt month at Cedar Key enjoying
the flue brezes and fisha at that plaee.
hh lw thcl Iuets of the family of T. it.
Ellis for the next few weeks.
For a clear ht d, a tout heart and
etror:g u!i.d. cWlitt's little tiarly
Itiser,. xe!t'l. safe easy. pleasant. t-
tIi 1111i ItV'tt's Carbtolised Wlteh
IHafl Atl.A' iI unequalled for an ythlut
khirer a salv is neUtded, and is espe-
rcall) ,u, lfor lles. Sold by all drug-

('C14 nt tlMrs Jai. M Graham.
who have been ab-set for the paest
*.. eral siweks lsitthai at Hbt Springs.
VA ad4 other polIt. ofl lterest. re-
turned to their home ln this eity yes-
terday. much to the dttlbht of their
nUmemous frkiefts They hat had a
ScO N delightful outing g but we
plesd to agala get home.


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Lons IsltadIrlsh potatW only Mo
the peo k A. mYiC., o.
Mrs. J.'H, rer ad littl daugbh
utr have SON to Cedar Key foi a,
sbhrt ift b friends.
anet sance--Dr.
Thoa t OIL e he
pain and b the wound. All drn
gists sell It,
Just reeqid, carltd of fancy w 41v
e from Teessmee. Call and aee
them before buyig elsewhere. Ora
ford & Davis; .
CoL P. Y. Iaith and B, A. Thoea
two representative citisess of A-le
vis, were tramactins business la.
city resterdr. .
Rev. L 8. ..iller, who has
WillistoOe, i' la the city yo
a Siest of ,et.I. R, Bridges. Me
was en route to his home ,ln South
Florida. -
Pall colds are ,gquikly oted
Poley's Hony sad Tar, th grat
throat ad edy. Th
contain oe is'nmi. dump. J. W. M
Collumt ..
We hae .a kidf ob frei o ea.-
-no order too aIn or ate toru s
to all, and oIce t$radi wtt bu I
convince ypo that we ca n .;
orders. .Hae -
MissRagb e R4 0 $ t sae

netesary aruse es for tbr OR-e
Is of her ebo "s plwtIsk wil
atellt, as r aar to a y. e
J. P. p hk E eCrw va






terday. hae a tor the -o pst:he
0f6geqttnu II% pepsion paper ertilM
to bemfo h olm r of the Advote .
Stwfray aightt always p oYuNej




home-filler t moiA pictured of his,
lThe prramn t toper ad Theat
Sa fin*e o, and a large crowd wia




es there. New a lustrated soMi by
D. Q ney Peaok aorf ierl Dwo u
nello aa a tettor to eth city yes


tdly. Hle ha tor the past tw
years beeo eIO of Thb Adocate In
hat plae t has are ssed o of heis
lte t In that n the per
Mrs. C. un ngam N of tsKa0IX e
Teas., wt u*A associated with UMe.
J. W.KlUb. tke ntw pmea las I r dreas.
liakstet, whelril be with Bllr *teai
hiMr w.OteritBarort opeN.Y Mwrday.
Oct 4th, N 81 Unverety streo"t
r"M. A. hmbUrl w of Arche ewas
a filter t Ibe e'w yesterday ,
sand I thgak It a lt the pSIpet
Os la place Mad that t peat few
we*$s It has increased boaideora
owing to the cotton and the advent
of all. d stp
Jas. McKenime U r Ip( MUtNN
ery, Ala.. is now ;X _is sis
tir MrJ. W. oM. um dw Co. ft
and Is asset-ted with *e Ne
an,' Klub. t' mew prW movemetab
ihaent, Ma whe ve will appreciate

me.



aThe member o the hete Prote t or








Loe Asot-Ladtte who old hunt ne-




ire Assocltaltos who hands In the


most new members during the next
thirty days will be given a beautiful
gold watch free. This timepiece is
now on exhitaiton at the drug store
of J. W. McCollum & Co. Doe R.
Klie, Special Agent for Florida.
Oalnetilh*.
laon need not be troubled in any way
I*lth the stomach. If yte will simply
hake Kodol at thoet Uime when you
U,-l that you need It. Kedodl is uar-
an nmeey aillN tb refunded to you by the
druggitts fr'nm whom -on parchasek t.
Try it today on this uarantre. Sold
by all druggista.
Joun Youns. the Governmeat svpe-4
vtisluig arehect. Is again in the city
after an aib..ne at P'anma'dtins sad
Ocla. lie ,ill Now hae tihari- of
all thr,. of the Governmeut buMld-
itss. whkh will krep him on the
dore for the next yar. The Oeala
aiMinge is, sariag cmpletlm. bow.
evmr. and it tUll e only a s~rt while
before it t rsed t ver to the 0.e


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yeaag lady Iof itace, t Is 1a ct
!a a short visit to lber frad. Mism
Jess{ Wilbert4. .e was iroow.
.iate of. t.e 4tt0 dieg &ew laut
war at sbool ad balit ot amii.r
aaine the o.lsig last -prin- '..
s OW ea .o est .to Ala t
eater -am wMi, 0mpS eft ,L6W
btis term. .
If peopt with spatoms o id owf
or bla r rotble could realize their
da-c tha* od without kes of
Ue eomnfce ta"g Foley'a Kis a
Pemtedy. Thuis 0 t rewedy stops tho
patw st the irrqqrftie.strengtbhmnA
and hlllds up them organs sad there
Is no danger of Bright's disease or
OtWr WtonM leaderr. Do a PA Ore.
aSt the early syaptomn. 4W. Me-
C Co.


Sm'-e -.---~


Llmm i. .'., r,| .


WA" l Ix- or seven-Tom hoMse;
eu = I a is* f table to-
taoes. P4es weati.s HoW L
Addre o. o 147. atmvales.
lorida.

WANTOED-MALI HELP.
WANTBD-Msa to Ir barber trade;
tfw weeks remd; beet pedtiyg
work with the reah of poor ma;
am have hop with small opiWtal;
wags ftom $12 to $20 weekly; wo-
derfl demmad for brbers. OCats
logue MltllOd Wtr. Morle Barber
ColleW. Atlanta. Oa.


* Wig


iLiac


old men's
+Len to Morris
Wpb street, near
!;lrst-class shoe


house lear
i r.g,, Phlfer.
iBouth Gaines.
tion. Apply


wee. be~i


HOTEL, Jack-
an, Manager.
RMss at reason.
I Wanted by day
tonable.


i .. i n IIi i i' li i ,'


FOR pti- .g-Y-.iotn gasoline


Fr0 Skl utVewdejf ribbons, both
an eopt. 76* cents each.


FOR SA2 i*- 6. feet corner
West Bondary streets.
Half eollaeO .e- own terms,
ti per icat ntere-t H. H.

T1W U.=j(I0 AMI LAW against
al "I P4Wlak's Chill Tonic.
I r. ft. Pries 25 cents per
"bt.\ Ask W. M. Johnoan, he'll
p kaow.



LOST-Led4e' dM gO hunting-
Oam., "Oee Walthana-movement
wat*h. with mal scratehed number
ia amok at o ftil fob was
a R-aadolp-h4-- and half-dol
lar ear. Ma .hai bee. lost on
Gans--illes> _.Magay road
Rw'd la r tmi WEd Me to this
ggems.


A few simple tf twith mods. lntmin mush &inast mifLon
yur gl. [lost nsrfrcour minm ON AMAand""
cmu u aie


Fiti


Capital, $1000000-0
CONSERVA.T I


We ta),pfrismm be-n I hd~Sat low Or" = whe b
Pied to havwv YMO ijor call ON vs it m~uep~gd
lit or ma ep
FOURM 0 15 fIDITS OURSAVWS U'WI ~p
h&s IL Selasa,3 ~~W
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