GAINESVILLE, PLORDA, SUNIiAY, OCTOBER 3, 1909 TEN CBNT A WE
SEA ISLAND COTTON
IR. "a e SENATOR IJOE BAILEY
SAVANNAH, OGa, Oct. 2.-The Sea
week i'lth a good demand, and prim
AC AW ~have been malntainel or further ad-
Sotr s dancedd. Some busiaeas was donI In
the low grades.. mainly vt old cotton
uys Tn Not Pressed from last season. The close wasrm ws That Dt W re r Advance
With factors' tables pretty well sweptR Wm lWnOn
on S g F. favorable rop accounts re roeo. Tari
__ ed from Georgia, most sections report-.
".Ing a very pood yield, although there
IOSTON, Oct.4 a1. lecture In Symphony Hall, before a are Indications that the acreage re-. ORT WORTH, Texas, Oct. .- meant "almost menadacIousA" sad do
il here. 1 *rick representative Boston audience. duction was larger than previously United States Senator Joseph W. cared with a slagle eoeopio (11.W '
Cook w Dr. Cook took ocepilon to reply to supposed, especially In the eastern Dailey. replying to recent tariff decla- ator MoBrney of Losilana) e*To, m .
Cook wash the a recent and pertinent query of counties. Accounts from Florida are rations of William J. Bryan, took to Democrat in the Senate had Toted
rvlew with J i. the OGeorge Kennan, in a magazine article greatly unfavorable. the crop having task Mr. Bryan last night for ..ser. aor lower duties than were propes
v Haven 1p0 'hA Which in which the writer claimed Dr. Cook suffered more from vicissitudes of tloas credited to him In his address in the. Republita bill. which Se ,
Itney stated t<."k t.O could not take sufficient food sup- the weather, and a material falling at El Paso, a week ago. for Cumaais of Iowa declared, "ba
re any re6dliSs ,tah, pUes on two sledges to last eighty- off is usually reported. Announcing at tle outset that his as It was, was better than any bi l
instruments o t Soto*. two dayL Dr. Cook said In reply: There are further' complaints of %ddres would be devoid of personal the DemnoratS eCold m4Nak."
Cook aUdl y d Oftrnoo.i "Mr. Kennan has the Idea that we the Savannah trade being handleap. bitterness. Mr. Bailey denied aueao He maintained that equal distrlbu
l he left s s g W used pressed musk ox meat-as food ped by under-selling in the interior, tions with regard to Mr. Bryan, Credit. tieo of the buigieuA of the Gover.
contaln8st lakit9I for dog and man. It we had, Sales for the week, 1,438 bales. ed to him nla a recent speeoh at meut was aound Democratic doctrine,
Pe rough wlhtch criticism would have been just, for The following prices were based on Dallas, and which brought forth a and deolred he woeldM ot vote to
;bt not be t Il sM tO e a* we could Ifot have lived on less than factors' quotation, and are revised heated retort from Mr. Bryan during take the tax ol that whihb the mallu
I but which waI b Att 7,000 pounds of such meat, which It weekly on Fridays: his El Paso address. factur f buys while tu" g that which
we to hili sla i b i hi would have been Impossible to rry ancy Floridas ......... "the soi eone has done him the manufacturer sells, but b6 woa l
me. o two sledges. But we did not have Yancy Georglas .......... 3% wrong Mr. Bailey continued, ;'or vote to reduce that tax to a revenue
There is s tt such musk ox food. We had pemmican Ex. choice Floridas........ he was doing someone a wrong." bass, which be declared to be the
es were theW. b, OOk nkem- and we used one pount per man, per gx. choice Georglas....... 22 In his recent address, Mr. Bailey doctrine of true Demooracy.
,tically. : dog, per day. One pound of pem- Choice Ga's. and Pla's.. ...O 021 declared, Mr. Bryan asserted that the In answer to Mr. Bryan's deelark
)r. Cook was ito Benla- mican is equal to five pounds of Ex. fine Ga's. and Fla's .... 17018 only real reform In the tariff attempt- tion that he was seeking the eleocto
F. Truebloa.i, tsetay of the fresh meat, so you will see that Mr. Pine Ga's. and Fla's.......16 0t ed was by Republicans, while the of a Detmocratic Congress, the Sel e
erican Peaeo so'W ft of Boston, Kennan's figures are all right when Com. Ga's, and Fla's.......13 014 Demoorats quarreled among them. ator asked why he came to Texas,
one who "did not m0. as a oan- properly applied." selves for protection for Industries where the delegation i Cogres ts
versalist. nor to' 1fMifee or deo Last night Dr. Cook Included A SIMPLE RIMEDY In their respective districts. This, solidly Demoerftlo, and advised him
ie another, or to other rmen Peary's name In the list of Intrepid Mr. Bailey described as "a terrible to go to Nebraska and xert himself.
I not done what htO hMd done," explorers who had preceded him to FOR SNAKE BITE. indictment ofathe Democratic party," "If he will go there, I will come
er which Dr. ,Cak delivered his the far North. and would be used by Republican and help him."
A valued friend whom this writer speakers in the next campai~.
I Aniet at Leesburg last Saturday gives The Senator declared the Indict- Read 'be waet s." (ftWiv S
the following as a sure cure for the
bite of any kind of a saake: Take
a small handful of gommam salt,
So dam pen it enough to bold the gralnsn N
Together, clap It to the womdmoade '
by the snake and hold It thensre ut .I
L v M oO tthe salt turns green; then throw it Ti
: ----away and repeat the appllcatloo with t
lajor-General J. Magl, ea bnrs, provided that vvery camp In more sIlt. Continue applying ml-i
ending the Florida Iolv Uftd spod standlain Is ntiled to two dele. th salt fails to show ay gr Tallahassee, Ila., Oct. 10. pae on the tiebkt to R. H
.ederate Veternis, h imed rates. As soee as delegate are se- color, and the the patient is out Bditor Miami News.Reeord, 11rr. mow Railroad O mlt
owing orders for the la ted the. adjutant of camps will of dan .* Miami. Florida. ho will try to All Preaek Q ,,
union of the diviseoa mt.Irse *k% at once report their name and those The friend gaw eVerl Instances Dear Sir-In a recent esse of your bos .
headquarters Florida Dj tio. U0W of alternates to these headquarters. of this remedy having been used paper you publish an artclet hi "Pir bhis rvloe Mr. 51m 110 at
Confederate Veteraos, ao s .- 3. All camps In arrears are most with speedy and complete eccmee whih you connect -e with certain the proper Urn,, become a
. Fla., Sept. 1, 19. rmalUy requested to realt their It is *o so pple and o easily applied political confrees and deals. I for MoULa's Job aas COmagist-es
eral Orders No. 4. dsee. 10 pnts per capital, to this that it ought to be generally known. quote a part free yorw artle: Agrieuure. and hbe support
The masjogaeral m&ild* ogice at once, so as to b eatitled f anyone has oocaion to try It on .e s M B f Ha fo. to in the prset deaL"
hereby anaoues that the mae- to representation In the coming Cow- either tuman ewlag or dumb salod Lewis 3t oi .1 AMuptie that ho I woudM pay as attuuties to ld
th annual reunaloa o the 1 rhdas ventbc. he wll please report the reallt to would he a esdiMa fr Congres eotemptlibhe artite but for the hJl|
isblon, United Vofeda te r Vet. 4. Transportation ooabgsle have The Herad.--P a Gorda Her .tret do ~e Irt. tha e aderteo to smet m
Swill be held at IJve Oak, hl., made their usual reductio rate of sade of next year, in theo iSr leg wl t otasg tlot pilhtial tals a n
Inesday and Thuray,' deotober 0 1 cent per mUile for the round trip, lgI the past year ad committee tioa ti t certain polmticl em r in deeol so use the Ieaggae! In
21 All Cotfede e Vetersans~ plu 25 ents. appointed at the lat region will a es h ve s bos bhld this mae of m be tilsbmatsis, froM
' and navy. Soat of Confederate 5. The major-general command- PIeset their reports. er are bearitg fit a i tt he doubed, thai
prana (who have he privilege of ant takes great pleasure la announe.- 7. The major general commnas4 "It is evidence of em. of the nes(t epo t ta d M. 'e
floor) and Daughtrs of the ing the following appointments: DIl Ing regrets to report the death of poliit deals thi have bnees este In the t pies, I wbh to ay 1h1t
f.d.racy are earnestly lvited to vision sponsor, Mls Ada Mae Rober- two of the divisloa stalff during the into by pohtltola s a mary a los11 bw oathnI o W o esoere u
nd The long express wtish of mon of LUve Oak; division maid of put year. hleut. Col. H. H Spear. day. and whih If eirried out will I lBda* ll il. I
itiz'ns of IUv Oak to entertain honor, Miss Vivian leans of Uve Oak. cblhef of artillery, and Major W. break up the poliUtal calelatlooM of na o 'esa ta. i have mWe o
,'"rans and their seal la s-* These young ladies are pgrad-daugh- Johaon, aide do ramp. Tiheee be- man asperia poltleas. a part to a l l In
iz the reunaoe a tthir ot ty, as ters of gallant and true Camfederate loved comrades will be aadlr mead "Th lwer l at r Det o 6 eer ofe
1 a their reptathe for pubc soldiers, and as such will be hor. at oar future relnions. at wbilb they bk l form i, fro1 a e the tir plae lam m a
t energyy ~ad ties UWetm se- ed officially and socially as repre were always faltthfale attosd~ata, had b "eas tfo domb d aaat esp aa e ar '
"'. warraata o In anticpatIng mtatves of this division with that the veterans nla their respective le that clannM e douetd. tht elprs "-
"ot nthsalestle welee aad courteous cosdeaton iaad sinaeere alit~s will balso deeply feat their tOe .te I rMde t lati u thar p, ,_sedera- l e b a vr ete meat rfeW ,
,,,.tenthuJ88tt W JeS 8M4 omlerto ud d t--^B --II e(If K r qWUlr feWoni M t1' ** -- 4-A aA ^j A.^kAJ^A^^ ;-
Srunulo with ger aloveed ew ~lty which their Southern woman- S. UIAt. Col. Jobh L. Pins aoofa -IaI pl mle el 1 J aU a -a, g
Sbood oemaMs. Ward Camp. No. 10, at PrensaC ,,,M,, he
-ir h camp s 4 to Ie b Brlae s mamaues are ex- has been appolated chl of artUllery, M. t r
t't, for twmty, Io o I M to mako report of work done vice Um t Col. ,H H. Spear. d4 es te k b Ies lde pT i he l Per .. n
It)lr1 for a frIta" etM rfl-B i t ear reapectivew eommads dur ed, to date from Jun S. Ilf1I sad ert a CA
_____ ^ wll be oibyed anm re s p ted wa d "" b C l .u. I.. i --1
comusao d B ef "of maim g" Ii wl. m 4 m Salow & .,
Blind ,.-,-.. hr p. mtho:,er Buy i1 'nsU.-'
eveIy way I trye a to r e a s lr ta
attedance at ahis "e01001. w lE
An por p of the is aa T toIb To
kwad s (tar l seeoe a a
he mu Obet: pa. H. U.SVUB
t~h~omo Aad C"o rof GO I& Ma la4 Ow. & r &_ a-Woeo t _" a
salestNs.me Re maswered* the ft No Mis 004
w ar"- s w iee uiss (hS e MMID Itt -afd aa fa 4
for *a ftmi* iT htm a" s d th Motwe n t NtB< -1 *m ft111 1111 ft 11' e110b lj w te a"
bep rao to @st me to 0ss ha t1wN, w&e& OeeNs u so-ho w d h k *nm
fitW to pktba Thue p r o he gdomfn ab s Id s es a a a
tho *ttpd and he wePl bae au per ani. Mr to e
o-- oto s~. s .....^ .. oI a ...m, 1 g -
It t .. .. I +' "'" *N .W low, 0. 0114 11111110-we 1", sl ow, ft
AV HIS ADbRS .AT 6PANING OP
But a ingole Requirement of Studont,
'Unexoeptlonal Deportment and
Strict Attention to butler "
(By Dr. C. L. Crow)
The expectation of the University
Sauthoritles of a larger atted
Than usual wa. realisd mare tu-
dents belng present. at the oemins
exercises on Wednesdayr morning
i'than ever before. Since the open-
I g every day ha seen. several addl.
don tm to the enrollment. The formal
U "pealin took place at 9:15 Wednee-
day maoranig. On the rostrum on
Sthe chapel were President Mrphree
-d the protestant snlsters of
slSnesvllle; to their right sat the
olsty, In front of them the students
id a odly gathering of ladles and
i ntlemen from the city.
j .The exercises were opened by a
From St. Paul read by Dr.
The student quartet choir then
Itfd In singing of "Come, Thou Al-
Ki5hity King." The Rev. Mr. Bridges
thn lead In prayer. Ti is wa fol-
*iioed by an address b, Dr. Mur-
Pivsldent Murphree be,;n by ax.
Spreesin the hope that tb vacation
just ended had left with rl' a large
id resdtm of roereshment and hope.
*imnes that would lglhten the bumdens
tof the new year and endow 1i with
Snaple measure of serenity Lnd en-
Sthuslasm. He then spoke of the ne-
ei eesy of periods of rest. Relaxa.
tlon and rest are reliilot duties,
Without this mind and bod cannot
be kept In a ft state to pertf -m their
Sdivinely ordained functions. Toll is
I. thq enemy of growth and rucupre I
tlon. This rft, however, should
give us such a surplus of strength
J.pad hopefulness that work will Se-
en ome a necessity and a pleasure.
Then, addressin himself more par-
ti, oularly to the now students, Presi-
dent Murphree spoke about the value
of a college eduetlon.K MaI a al.
lowanoe lor'all- possible jugij with
g lres, statistics show the uplift of
ari1bUe, systematic study and mental
p Lattiag of high ideals ItpartedI
*, byb aiselfe.
Taking as an Illustratlon the tilrty.
thi10 elect persons from an humble
i lage who had attended college he
showed how all had contributed to
the elevation of society and had risen
to a plane far above their school
blends who had not enjoyed a col-
hleg life; and this is a fair way of
Mt mating the value of a college t du
"Your presence here Is a great op.
portuity for you, and I hope," be
iAd, "that no doubts or discourage.
ttan will be entertained which will
hwerve you from your present pur.
pOs or cause you to think lightly
Si the general effect of college train-
Everything connected with the UnI.
:Vrslty, its pat hi and Its repu
tloO Justified him In forming a
ippy forecast for the year on which
'tey were entering. With regard to
pdisPline, In order that the generoasty
the 8late may not be abund, and
W t perfect Justice may be doae all
.who are earnesUy striving to ake
the beet use of their opportunities,
there is but a single requlrement-
exaeptlsoIl deportment and street
Stteatlo to University duties. At
11^ snd of the year he hoped he
4liM ay that the mere disoeiplme
of the school had coast him scarcely
'. hour's anaxiety. This was poselhle
e-ay with a student body with a high
"anse of honor, an u awervtig devo
ti-o. to their dutlee. and an unahakea
*: iyalty to the school
"We are compelled." h said la
dclus ion. "to wish for the Infuee
Sof the Book In the school. There
Is more or less the mernuare of danger
il theos wonderful days. The wort.
in a man hiMnself. without the g.1d.
aceO of the Rook. and without the
teautu* tiet inspired it. will oftan
e bLe a Ma to governmum t '1 must
U ave MWaeetU who know bow to be
,Am' eaid Napoelon. 'A man is not
Sa ma without God.'
" want you to have an itelet-
ait ~iarity as 0ood as the world
h I. %ad at the same Utime always
Sto able to seora a lie. bate profa
".' r, d*pts whubhkey. to1' aad a.
r aein truth sad 4ety, admire the
Sell only his
stays sharp and pyot
satisfaction. A rge
a.sorimet of Pocket
1nves, Caryin. Set"
and Meat Kiives to
* 6 0
Yes, we have them,
all kinds, of the best
Take a look
at our show windows m.
and see what you w
of the sermon
follow the law of
commandments, practice the Gold0e
Rule, and not be afraid to own the
"We wish our student to be men
quiet of spirit, men who believe In
God, In the care of his providence,
In the gentleness of his fatlprhood,
Plato asks, 'Is there anything better
In a state than that both men and
women be rendered the very best'
May the Lord who laid bh1 bands on
the little children and blessed them
be with you and us; us that we may
guide you In the right ways, you tbat
you may apply yourselves unto
After the address by Presideat
Murphree excellent and Inspiring
short talks were made by the clergy
present a&W by Conreeemaa Clark.
The president then read several an-
aounoemaents. after which "America"
was sung, and the formal opening
exercises were concluded.
FIRST ATTEMPT AT RE.
CALL UNDER COMMISSION.
BOSTON, Oct. I.-The first at
tempt at a "recall" has been made In
Massachusetts under new oommmllon
government. It stopped short of oom-
letUon, but went far enough to show
what could be accomplished. It oc-
curred in Haverhill, which s govern-
ed by special charter. -Mayor
leaders set iol the petitions.
which asked for a special city elec-
tion to act on the recall of the pres-
ent mayor. The required l.WO ott1-
enes signed tho petition, but 24 &i&
natures were defective. a signers
had changed places of relsdence.
and only one place of residence as
given on the petition.
Mere Than neh I Tee Mush.
To Mal tal be ith, a sant nsa
or wmi nee ds Jt mp*hod to
repair the waste and M ly enpr
and body beo. The habitual menap.
Ut eat are ed than is Necessary
ter these mrpoa is t he prime ena
of Mtoem te rk e, heumatim and
disordwe of the kides. Uf troubled
wit ladfestls, revise your di let
reason ad not appetite eoltrel and
take a few dmee of Chambekata's
Stomach and Uver Tablets and yeu
will soon be all right agala. For sale
by all dengglata
Waal adverting tos a forea which
sMa eaa hareeb 4 ad with which ya
a drive 'oWr plans ad parpose
* may estered atamihe
t yen have lot tor a od ytela
se me it l to kee"
eed to or "of the f.lty
4pts tate Unniveraltry -
This eldt bwoe hbd Me
.f cottod In the
s4ayb the wei otj
a polie. on ftere agi
er f ose places.o e ot ie e t
r o the paper on arho r e ter se jg...g
S-erns was y lage silrp tr -lMh 'o".WI
wlirAlawitw a laostdell.
Bo frot wIe Mria
I. aro 4 the )ome -
asa "" An d had k a i
Mr o of ftm eeb W eStia
thmse the psts wore ushred into '
hes r the sl u ofumIe B. P. U.
Ir o UPon otle side oftteerus cw
tor #blat om thae ba hse o e"i
r wO leUfto blak prlor ams. Wimei
In a th to-thir e rg -.-r
iwl tA46 with a m ost elltl
At Therbioonrr o4 i d a y
ifhede ThUe were us home Io
hdaway I t ouvha re ofhe the. P. U
I*.* rom' wie bithe
*i and bleatiw a a re. wIe
tse by ThI s f coJurste, mt
tved out the color s0be me of te i
otatlon, the asde bein g
wed, and the individual melds L
cream were Ion block of orapse
I blue. The pamch wuas alo orange
or. There were a large number
guests parent, and all ntemed to
oy the eynlnog very much Ildeed,
voting Mrs. Wilson and the 1. Y.
U. very successful entertain ers.
ledwas I~n bla fo IIthe Y. P
V. very mecewfal entertains". ^
COLORED S OOOL TO OPEN.
school for Colored Race
of This Section.
Union Academy, the county high
school for the colored people of this
county, will open on next Monday
morning, and a large attendance Is
A competent faculty has been ap-
ponted by the board and m ch good
is expected reelt from the eke
wWk of 'a teachers etotd Wuo
wiU e o h~ beet etorta to dvanee
thbi school ad It is hoped theu wiU
have the hearty co*peratima of the
children and parents ke.
Means less nutrittlon sd easse-
quee lee vitaMly. Whea the tver
falls to secrete bit the bleeood become
loaded bIth illous p ropertles th dl-
0t1ion tecomem inpalred aAd the
bowelh coatlpatedL Herbe vill
rectify this: It give toss to the stean.
ach. Uver and kidnem, tranthlme the
appetite, clears tmproves the co-
pluxion. intutse new lie and vior to
the whole mate&. N0 cests a bottle.
1IWl by W. M. Jobsoa.s
A little weant ad. wil saeceaplth
Is, Pants of tih
*"Oen, for tb
DW~d to run el
V"g, and sorm
bod, and gra
.0L blood pudj
BiW A IdPT()u,
pI "-jki od f~iWN.,
Phnop 15 1
4~$~h~ for Wori
lb AS.. W
Ws. ob& dleanlt&esanhr
lh as taLtudm and Hig'h
Gma W bern G c e s p w tti
A sovot lei o odeopt* I -aw
son" 0 MOL Mrs" so
AL NnL a=m--I
kft bog* M_ bon wWO6
- --- ~- --
he en L
ool deo f
boys san ,-
tire scho -th
dance is 'M01 of
ce has avh IfW atO
*t clasrs. a :' t M4-
the enro 1 -su m
rneful e0 le Wona
ce, a at 'Se l o made
maintain aC, Irte n
is respe ,. 'oI "Jl
rmitted to pr, ea
s such A Elk-
oldable l pupil
hbe is absea, tUimes
one mofin oOte
cuse lays tlt. A n aa
Pupils wildn, '-tm- to,
ter the oext 2ljd i t Mon-
y. This 'wade b *
use each sters af-
r the or eart
ass makes of
new class Cha art
ass will be the begin.
Ing of the Oa f ;
en organse tIl sol
e for the boMs "tk O the girls.
n effort will bto- to pi r
sket ball t .oWW4 tfowa*a te
nd to raise the
necessary eql~,a sti soon Mas
is is done, begin and
e school a ve
school. This Ila ,ho aold
ceiv.e the every
atron. 8atu osto deal
if vigorous Orls,
arely take a R n h
1oys who tauke 9aItl poted.
re likely to t -*. gU emadtoas
ihat lead to ev*L. 1"pd' ad d0
eted play is bett han that whiob
not control Wqlk t bqIr thiaf
) play. It i t. that In
another year a ~ ui re and
thietic di ot to tm
teulty. This sbs. sm t
f the highest ?a u 71 4
1' who c an t i kala hl.*
tool subjects In a to Ahi
M a rH DAILY
S~. ~- -
1w" Line of L. C.
It's looks are
so simple and strong, take
up all wear automatically.
This gun is distinctively a
top-action gun; the strength
of the bolt and the remark-
able simplicity of the locks
are features for which it has
00 Grade with armor barrel,
I and 1* |a6 %iA .
2a, 0.1chiu..... c
009 Grade with automas
tic ejector, as above .. .W
OE Grade, Damasusw barrels, auto-
matic ejector k nsliIh walnutatock,
pitol grip 12 and 16 Me, 28.80-
I, eh I VUP-gve up ail e Axpert
tn o be the best gun that
manufactured or the
money today .... .... i
held nmkt Friday nlht. Regardless
of the enthitsasm that may exist
each one will leave that meetiUa with
an Increased tok. Conditions here
demand all the ethusiasm that can
be created. If the lacrose of attend.
ane is as great next year as it was
this, and there is every reason to be.
UHee it will be, the present facilUee
will not betin to accommodate the
A Shaking Up
May all every well so far as the
tnruts are concerned, but not whoe
it Me to hills and ever and ma.
lari. Quit the qlm and tae ga
real eure-BDallmrd's Herbiae. Cor
lain harmfl dn ld Is asa oer
tab. as tamNs If 'toeft mre. you
moaey bac k, by h W. L
SUN: 9AM U'SIxUf"lAfu '
On the dates given below we will open for your in-
spection a handsome stook of Millinery. We made extra
efforts this season to reach the Ideal of every wotiman and
feel confideut that we can please you. Therefore we ex-
tend to you and your friends a cordial invitation to be
present at our opening and carefully examine our display
that cannot be equaled for Variety, Style and Price. Re-
member the time and place-
--OPPO ITE 'IHE BROWN HOUSE--
WEST AIN STREET
IS TO BE SETTLED
CITY ATTORNEY NOW AT WORK
UPON THE MATTER.
All of Gainesville Will Rejoloe When
some Final Disposltion
BSome action will be taken by City
Attorney Robert 8. Davis In reference
to Weet Main street within the next
few day,. so that official stated Sat
urday to a reporter, of The Sun.
He will flrat visit Tallahassee to
look Iqt, tho statute of the case; and
learn If posueble just how the mam
of the city i.ndad. and the evidence
and other matter hathatM b een ol-
lected so far before the comoence-
ment of any HIigatlo, or-sulta.
When asked what,hb thg-ht would
be the anal outcome of the maer.
he stated that he was astieaeo that
It would only be I short while before
the railway company cold ibe so
polled to do certain thlaps or West
Main street, and be expreoam a de-
sire to see It asain restore to what
It was years too. one of the huad.
somest streets nla the city.
There ha bees considerable talk
regarding this matter by the pai
counelts, and while they have ordered
certain thinbl done no results have
ever been aecomplisbohed, ad som
state that it is for thL lack ot funds.
and that they failed to have the serve
to befk up their action; but the peo
dlty attoraei state he will have ms1.
disposition made of the matter at a
very early date, or as soon as he can
examine Into the matter and under-
stand more thoroughly the eonditton
of the city's case.
LITTRR TO W, L BAKIR,
Dear 8ir: Here's a mall-order
paint-there arn several such--4
per cent of its solid part is baryte
and white, and 15 per cent of Its
oil is basiame and water; the rest
Is sta lead and oil.
Barytee whitlng bestane and water
have nothing to do with paint, ex.
cept to make more allUOs for vie
time to buy at $ a gallon put on.
$5 a gallons put on will buy the beet
palt there Is in the worM; here's
a at, a bot halt M either pigamet
or oil. Impoead m the uansspe"tN.
What Is the remedy? What is the
victim to do? Do yom favor a pwr
past law Ia your State?
North Dakota baa lately passed
such a law; kit worth, we presoae.
6 a year to the average o an. What
Is wated, of oarse, Is palat of uoh
Ot gth that i gallons will do a
logallo job and wear a lobe tae.
Devoe Is that palan ShoeMd eouater-
felts be pes4ow by law?
1I r. W. DiVO & CO
P. .: The Olameeville Hardware Co.
*o our 'aint.
' The ha S uo a "weart"g aa. tat
agml t yeo is meu tha wW bee
a ftoas M the the weU e4d
a& n A ePP Ma ta a a
PM eVow e ogoWst ",
Th* W 6 0 pMW g advertise
We are offering b '
gains the coming week
at prices never before
equaled in Gainesville.
Look through the
locale-read our ads.
and be convincedw-
then see if you are
willing to take advan.
tage of these prices.
We merely mention
While paying along
the road of prosperity
a few of these many
bargains which you
would do well to con.
aider before buying
elsewhere. L o o k
through the great ad-
vertising m edi um
(The Sun) for our
bargain ads. and be
one among the
of our satisfied
^B P lB-"
to Uh %M
ft..'b b'o' b IWA W
B Ay Pait By Paint That
We Wish to AnnowceThat We Have Putna FuL ofltn6d
iAd own Paint, having been made and used for many yean and iviag the vry best ca .
It made in the oldfashion way. The paint vers mey and the vdwew
ib Pe MOld-Process Linseed Oil, together with the neceuy di each the very t e
W Part a great covering capacity, spree wde ad take i. o 'a I
fewer coats neede; the weaker thew cowng capacityde m oe oa d
the and lab boil.
m ncoe in ad instige and we bliee w cm. proe a4i
.^ BEST PAINT old in dth i nbay. We b a a VIfe d VaB & d
Dxepan Buy the BR P & PaWi *#adT
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SEA IMF*1R PRU",
THE DAILY SUN: OAIBEYVILLE, FLOIDA, OCr03ER 1909-
* .. *
NEWS OF CITY AND THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL '
| ON This C0NDENSD
A This C;tcourt commsu
Ino. kttic. II the trde. Col. I. E. Webster returned yeter- l
s sa1 b ld- mrk whic h day from a business trip to points W Are P18rmi. h Len As It h .e.t-ThU W. &IW
l foundoneven sotith In the interest of the Dutton
et in bot of Vhi Phosphate Company. *_ -
W. N. Wilson has returned from an
The w" at Par- extended trip through the West. His .
sh has and they a numerous friends will be pleased to
eld their .. #l Pi mda nIi SI learn that he Is much Improved In 1 b k t a & Vto aUn vW
ere last w0I1> N C to health. l b C h it L M N to s
Fateia t t ste ~drd Cod Liver Oil Min. Hattie ngsll.h of Tacoma w*
Material *o. | BNl d ,a hand- _pr tilon of the orld. a visitor to the citr yesterday. She ht, i Le i f F i f
ome mon S :J w Olus- Nothing equals it to build up a eon route to her home from her
ee battle eld ad e vtweak and wased b e school In the northern part of the
fork will W.a dy n W. Geolger of Micanopy was a THE INES ILLE ATI AL A
All the be"&" he i .tt 'a v~ery Sht06 ..me UNeNt aeb ,ts f i oe visitor here yesterday. He states
usy summer being made Iook. M-k-uketaaaoodLMker that all of the farmers are busy and have been absent for the pat few Dr. A Ool a
eady for th ,q lnter, when a cTT BWN, 4W P rta.. N.KY. that makes other lies of businelass weeks visitU their'old home in Ver.- A A Doln
rowd of toe'$W gsood in his town. Large crops are mount, returned home yesterday. TIA
__being planted. Is the Captain's Brst visit to is ol VETE RIN RAN
J. R. Ye W fpr so long where all provision is made for their Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wellington of home for some years and he was de-
lled the poaIt of ticket agent ot comfort. This room is especially Jacksonville are in the city for a few lighted to again meet his numerous Residence:
be Seaboard a 6 ta ido. h- resign- patronized by ladies with children. 1: days on a short visit to their Pon. Ed friends. They had a most delightful
J. J. H. Ul succeed him. is a good thing, and other town. Wellington, who Is connected with the trip and feel greatly benefited. Magnolia Hotel Oal ville
should follow their example. Diamond Ice Company in the capacity lst-Lades' solid gold hntinit.
Mary Fapln.. .the twelve.year-old of bookkeeper. e, "0".-aise Waltham-movement J DtW T
aughter-oftrm.~r M. W. P. Fan. The Masons of Quincy and Gads Mrs. I., W. Denham, accompanied watch, with small scratched number a s N I *
in of Lakeblaa t Wednesday af- den county are preparing for a big by her mother, Mrs. Hodges of High In back case X 7179; on fob was a .
er an illness < -only twenty-four day on the sixth of October. The Springs, were In the city yesterday. Randolph.Macon pin and half-dollar
ours. ., cornerstone for the new school will They were en route to Starke, where charm. May have been lost on .
"- be laid .then with Impressive cere they will join Dr. Denham for the Ginaeaville-Roebelle'Micanopy road. NDMIT IW hEA l 3
W. A. Dalo f Il. has pur- monies. Grand Master Massey, Gov next several days. Reward for return of same to this U l W
based the UtadeltiftWrae rove at ernor Gilchrlst, Hon. W. M. Holloway, A. M. Cushman, who has been at. office.
ligator crekt 'ir iat Gords, and State Superintendent of Public In- tending the Grand Lodge of Odd Fel. Wilson Company's new store have ay M orh24 .
te expects tO mie i e thee a struction, and others are expected to lows which convened in Seattle, a now announcement In this Isue of 4.M of unitur, kIg
Little later. -". --* .. .. be present for the occasion.. Wash., returned to his home here yes- The Sun to which the attention of Comeet N, :
0. 0. Popplete a f Uuart. the *bee terday. He reports a most pleasant our readers is directed. Since the
ing" of the rloidt ks Coast, says One of the largest sharks ever land- trip and a royal good time. return of the management from the STOa Am Z 2
is honey crdp tU, yar amounted to ed at Knight's Key was hooked last The pleasant purgative effect ex* markets they have added new depart. 811aiu West Main ai esl ie
teen tons, ev9eT Fblld of which he Tuesday by a carpenter named perienced by all who hse Chamber. ments to this well qppolste4 store
as sold at sa Ies. Moore, and was landed with the a&siat- lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and and are now enablqi to take care of
T l e' p ance of a number of bystanders. The the healthy condition of the body and a much larger trade. Read what they P
The eucalyp troeu inoently plant- shark was eleven feet eight Inches mind which they create, makes one have to say In their space. hIW *UIV h VCi-
ed on the Oke hAlbee eands west of long and some two feet six Inches feel joyful. Sold by all druggists. Elder J. T. Johnson, pastor of the Will Open Monday, Ost. 4, 1"L .
Palm Beach are doing splendidly. through the body. It contained a Mr. and Mrs. James Lovelace, who Advent Christian church, has had the
They have attained a growth of 18 brood of forty young sharks, besides have been absent for the past few call to the church here another year Mu M m
inches in heigt al sine they were set other articles, such as bones, feathers, weeks visiting friends and relatives under consideration for some time. Wu
oetc. In Alabama, returned to the city ye His year with the church expires at
terday for a short visit before pro. the annual conermeneo the Brat of o Imp# V,'.1 he
The increase of property zaluations AT THE CHURCHES TODAY. ceedyn a to their home at alark. net moth. e a ppe:isd to II h
in Baker county for the year 1909 feeding to their home at Clark. t th. He as :abd to
Sthe yea 1,5.00 Th Divine rvi Hed a All Your cough annoys yU. Keep on reader his decision at the conclusion
k b the eal lthe6.tests Increase ot' Pla o Worship. hacking and tearing the delicate mem- of the sermon tndlght. Tie r' .i I M
ioosbly that aest io n r ePc o rbranes of yeur throat it you want to has prospered uod yr his carI yo --KOM E uLEAN hL I-
rroperty that Ote county has ever Services will be observed at the be annoyed. But if you want relief, some Afty have boen added. M N. on ,
knvn in a ye" time. various churches of the co:y today a want to be cured, take Chamberlain's W. High, a Mlever tra6% .S.
Ii yW W. R igho a clever travnoiy
"---- tollows: Cough Remedy. lold by all dr"ests an who has had I. tem "
:i, JackhonalIt theit arc at least First ~,ybyterian Church, Rev. T. C salesmen wRo eas oad b lss ten
three manu glg~U atstiutons that P. Hay--orning service 10:30 a. m.; W. Phillips and family of d- for the past rer in the Intorest t -
employ over 00 people, and at least subject, "The Cross." The Lord's mond. Oklahoma, are fh the city on oboe house of Virglnla, Is In the 1
ten that employ-ftrm 100 to 500. supper administered. Sabbath school, a short vlsi. to Mr. and Mrs. J. I). for a short rest and visit with I. -
while there are probably fifty that 3:30 p. m.; rally day exercise. WUliuam of East Gainesville. They many friends. He is on, the be
employ from five to 100. Evening service, 7:30 p. m.; subject, are well pleased with what they have advertisements that Usalas.t.lle hab
-__ "What Lack 1 Yet?" seen o..4e iep-ld may decide to for while he has been here only PHONE No. 9
The Florida Mst &e HOtel Co4m. First Baptist Church, Rev. J. J. Locate here permanently. year he at once became so well pls i
p.any is making great preparations Clear-Usual Sunday services. No J. o. BevjIh0 the trucker of Arrn. ed that he never falls to speak of
for the coming thef tourists, and announcement received. donade, was it the city yesterday. He thn city in the highest terms, always We Make a Spem ty of All
there is every idenc that the Rql Fist Methodist Church, R. R says tt the truckers are bey bt sting the praises of nenaville dOrk
Palm will have a stach rgeralmber Bridge--Sunday school $:S0 a. m. are experiencing a rather bard time r people.
of guests thid il previous years. Preaching 10: 9 a. m. gpworth League owing to the dry wether, which Better-There are e
4op. .m. Evening service 7:30 p. u. makes it bad on growing and tr-ans Indow" a Tere are some aim-
^'.L probably Ut 8 ve .r "Working for God." Sunday school after the croupy cough hasappeared. ly a w reonwed It tor c Ida. 3d DA V S
S10 m. At the conclusion of night It will prevent the attack. Cotasple reumatedis, or fldspesable wod e.-vehryl. O ad Whh ev M
0, --t of thO W. ervices the pastor will render his de no polom. Sold by all dnrugists., tia Bra.
M. M. wm. 1 the eold-tk to the call of the church. jung W. H. Sepp ard. a newspaper mahe the p
OM W. CoraRl sel d turpentign-e people's meeting at 7:15 p. m. SI n of sme note from Georgia, arrrsved UeIV r OF cIhilflAI fl ST ?Te toIF
T o orrator at Rye, ockad a big land.day school ct 1o ab m.tt to
e,:al last week of bihWy ares for H sol at .10.a in in the city lt nigt on a short viesit u huo
S oo o Cty wt Holy Trinity Church-Rev. C. Tew i his friend. Dr. C. I.. Carter of olNreviPlkine. F o0O WOpNr* ot w--
150,o0e. t he to be uoened up Sttout wi ll preach at 10:30 . d evlle. i has reetly An laotii lso the Pui aMsf, R e T-.^ o iio
cotenlsty, Us? to e s e 7 for 7:0 p. m. dipoed of his newspaper storetea uosd by Stale sad Frcodefl J A n C le-osf- . e,-a- ia Ie
Sl i a*' Wt.l Patriks Ck' olS Churdch. R t. t will loc ae m Jahksoih p. or loride Te. Meelne coo eS---ond
thing for Southe, Mer i r Ji-Mae will be eldM ai h t New York Ratket. PM Mer k ru. martiumg 4omM 1bdI to DiCrl tde le d itng NewSmp s
-t.- selocko o Dh e oUd. of the --rc ,..n W.f.-- ,bpp rL r AIt AIeswp.. ... . *
sofi is am e.m* &mmnm su- *.. ... .a.,. seA *mhan Ii ,.. m. h Art end bieseni AWeiasd. -
Vqan. In - d -1 oa whis *0e
ranlos at. dp~ i thim rcks.
adding amw "I* am ewis
the peopleO gj l~f
In Klssla ( U f 4o toe um
are ahalg a p Mam, where
I ~e te from tMs s s Ie I ad
a l adima =
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It i tI lm of sodde alsap or
mldtU th at Cmaboerla's Lstimest
as be rfled o to tok the pae
of Mthe aly doctor, who anOot a)
ways be nod at the mmen-t Theb
Sis that Chsabertat's iUimet oi
rr tad watig. Is ease of
pa,, eUts, wonds and bruies
a-msils's Ltonmeot take t th
sirw ss and drives away the paa.
eM by all drgisu.
A .s rt w a m ta to poUe
_ er lftm that a segro pWrer
en the street. two
p gsporte4 the hIss of
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them bde f b Mowemhagtepl' di.sdi O110 $dmL ,1
A OMd reesVedbY friede OM MW '--1'
Miss Addle00ood. wbo is spelng m~m wb
dress was at GO&mBU. Cal,.Sm ike
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of the Wil scox satc. WWM 6 vm" t o "'''ui
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X7be .ietomlw* sombeste
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BO dWAA. vjsmdS s
sm ste dde. wo"ile the rm
owe theVo- lw em .
21"ywme IMY .be lediad.bto
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bow qwe. VCu ww
5tow cc t" sm" bphrosd
60 Tft s nw makinpgiows the
a, pm esrrespeoets a soa
so daw t"he ibtr h"
WItl Ihey kno or think ti
4e6M "the PreWideat' ass
at Intfonrmti reading.
The satire a rdus of Jao
Mid asut. were published t
pern of those cities by ar4
4W sm ela. T was dome
Stlet each property owner
mato atc his amenst I
an to that of hib Mig uTr.
mple shcowM be followed
I Is maid that so ong as m
.ey e"r. That is but ama
SAaying that" m a-- k
wbic ] everybody audma.
onla D IAct tht so bag an
t ohy le iWve. MW it a
SMrihi andte w vlgiom |
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s welfare of maa mdvaci
Omera0 Reve to tee to
COkeilKesre, In win is
o bo e a c a eu4Me for ths
whegreeieC; assim the
-k, by Preues Dloi
lMrealised thatl y Mo
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e' to mr be reubble to
dek tieee to making btr
poaticrl program bat hf
timu is practkialy a deep
fgatmatly. of a beevoie
Thl e i atial vdiorc be
T atM and publc charWr.r. W
rs w a Ios ow rarew. P
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tl as ome. That is as a
'. I Om as &sa oaeeheb-6
a0. *a" -W* A-bft
lafes Ln4.r the dMI
a" of r nassen prtiate
M"oses t o0ce It they
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sh Ih dess
Of AAMuftWPUEM 'NO-M-
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we join VN& 01 ---101101os w oo" b 1 MMAk IMM*11
of d 2o.ft .5 a WO Wew W a a ve 3 h0 ll
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tOW U; l~d aSe~em .SO -I.to aladhr s No w-0 b
an 010 uI -- b 914m~id 00M sre edd ht a t VnMe kvh
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.m v l--borme he usheui hen a Sw .5 ai
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g -saimau be afaftad m6-*o he N
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o MIN redo". as ca *6 hbee bbn to
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MAw"ic 6 w1 byihaw mbns. ad: -I3ber mt tomod o m
am Jadw toN MiniItf Reathid, ift 10- i '0
lesk bm frub sa a mnIabm iftt
of Myk.dw N ae m*bkt a bO
of mwy ifthe wof a mis of
the onats. of the Oft Auuemm
atinmb@M iju-ddby Paddle whadis
bb 6"v" '"nwedl, i. mstwed
and dothe couindim
Owl", It mw tmme shefar F~ibc
bad boom dISTIS0w d o Dtelaware,
tha Now ybaw hb -.apI to to
on there vw." Win or cmpe-
A gvwft pautim .5 aehutsg
the ym he bowIn bolue. 49 mWl
knobw anhe heir Is atadudiga,.
retlwItft is moM4 dw iS. 0 W
- aiesmue isd usam Lbw
poridl anat daws. Undur
ow Inu a tata mW dtU
hei. bu he Ck"emu imso"
d"dowissIL bI the d
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mW astalikka t~wo* W AWmi-
SI ym u Shimto!" Ibwerbww N a
the heir mada to ta is akisb
MaY be held ftaatIm the ohebL
for goody a siemy I- MAthS, IS-
toi whe peasom"e. I mano
wractem.kitIs pVowed Ou-dt ea
numiepown I immot ftr a316..
Am void nm -Tho,
ageft d MardU 3I Vof .5 UUW.
hed Is tuie fr two I oikh-s,
%'be am yet YOUR&IS takshSOa n-w
atanma to Point eft that Is 40 yea*,
waist te twom" 61 the 080uL it w"I
amount t =m than a100m.
Mr. Hammua wa" mM tohave 0e-
ormed the ,Inh that he wooa farmer
bstweedat .a abder, became, It
wwmu have Imm" tfor Uhimreater
Vametatment am d -i The"e
am, Ma" wI*"So whi6haft. attwi
able. bat the w&nk for a him... NIm
Omid halve beom uweused by Mr. IRant-
W. Rt. Ibemas, Piuidoat
4L I esmhat WVN0PiudirnI
L 0. T~.u.c@uer.
W. & Tsome" edVeeri
S IL bui
J. L Paep
IL P. Dw
W. IL Toem
Whom "-AM. I
for udmed dw I i hUt
woong n Mndamb
t a. m We 14It 9auth*
Msw lhfbW" it Ma emii
-wk A towb. bvu hewE a t
a. owb me E wE vg lo
as soft tobtab r Uowi
vald3 emw a -oodM4 *"a
mes s to ais -.fht 10n. I ewe&~ aia~pb
0' by t"i p W.dc
"fte te doUaal t" Uob. ad
of a or pailma t *sf bwLo"w M ow hiup
burL Xis qm dt-1 m w l p 00 0 ;a 00
i theP e- Im fy day e ehoe. H bad but
r of teo to ur i iback k Wall street Maa
In i~r stlek cle to the eL. Bt oidevtly
kow the It was but a rlmestal wish. nM
Sproper- mata to h takm adly. sad that
The eS. Is tohe a vwthk many d or Iprix -
tn otMer e refenoee
Jamm D. ISmile, the Nw Yark
walrtst ho dTo mO a elptember 4. ue
S aar way mdl p -o mo ame. ma I
mtare shows by bb. wilt, vwkh pirv S lWa
S.I a jury e two to etermnu, the eam
a"t It IMnNv duib of hd works dc
pis r byrl mem1 m orUt. t JW to d.
omade and U tat In Utr egIah weuh
be to t aedvRtae ef Mt Im
taleu a a tlt ifpe nrad. t
"n m wILI w"ytig rer
deu "0 by we"* "hmm
He Web Catmbo eanon ftwe
il. M mc hem rt.o tefuim. C k
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ftm aWOW W o: _----- 'i .....
m aUt d In are to cran m r mt Ie
a ath tmetnal raed e. Hasih Cram"yh
K tmou, c Is todakef lateramUy. mad eat
o (omm by me th te beet Irlelom u h thla
" am mi try ea or ya amirl m a rreuar
Pt. 0& greeor4sthe oo Isan mpast of the
ltat ekt. btee t c a know. omhtm4 w th tde
r Ik the bw thed pwtAS. *ttlna elMOr
IL FuI aem hep-sat r u emtarso ea. wreat
loe many mbe~-s---m ;I e two taingrmits Into
fe werme whim pieces Mea waueertWl rireI
peasemId to ans emlantL. 4ed tr latt
-erby m ntms fre
.e caCUl=&ACCO. Tlde.
%bow Nt i nt r ai
. I, t rai West
AtI (OASI I RIPaH
CAult hbe "PupTo FolMr"
For detailed infanmtion,- tM jad .. and ree-
ervationo, see your noeeet Tk Aent,
write to or edm on
A W. FRITOT, W. STARK,
Oi,. A l., Tri. hP. Aftt,
AdlS fCowUm* I - f1 lW Friaw.
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Air Line Riw
SAVAISAS. ~,flIUA. ~
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To~ nwat S -
W m e -Idiv
TIMI. ...a 0 a0 0S0IuA
4 Per Cent Paid in
ff,*^ ::^. ^**'s
THE DAILY SUN: GADRII;VIIJ 1MLWOIA, 00(r03f
'*.- .,;-** >
t to lea
sh has 1
crowd of t
d. J. I
in of L
W. A. Dale W eli. IL, has pur.-
based the. Ul i4 gWe grove at
ligator crq *afte t Oorda, and
e expects to *-thi i hNte there a
title later. .."
0. 0. Poppti" Oj B*sart: the bee
ing" of th Iftld) Coast, says
Is honey cr4p t0 ,* r amounted to
fteen toni, eVd of which he
as sold at a l WIes.
The eucal'0 Aseently plant-
ed on the tOke1 et lands west of
Palm Beach are dolig splendidly.
They have atttan'd a growth of 18
inches in heig gt id Ahey were set
The increase t property .aluatons
in Baker county for the year 1909
over the year 1S p p$187,585.00 This
is ioosibly the giaeto increase' of
property that the 40outy has ever
kiiuvi in a yres time.
in JackgJolMe t4eg arc at least
three manuft$ tltutions that
employ over 0= jg and at least
ten that emp fmre 100 to 6500,
while there are probably ffty that
employ from five to 100.
The Florida &A Ooan eowt Oem-
puliy is making great preparation
for the coming q the tourists, and
there is every evldelathabthe RWo l
Palm will have a Mes arge number
of guests thad le previous years.
M. M. Scarkesog 4e qE the old.
Cet and mos e highly respected tlU-
z,1ns of Lake City, died at his home
last week. Mr. crborough wa
about seventy-t4wo year of aP and
uas probably the aest native .reel-
dh nt of the oly.
M. W. Covlastom, a turpentine
o!erator at Ry, eloegd a big land
deal last week of M0- acres for
$150,ooo, the land to be eed ua for
colonists, the to te f i ed for
crostie. Thi wll eas* a geat
thing for So'f1 H114.
Travel go s e0Ia&S eeI
son Is e peed to-s46" iiern
yfars. is -asise1a|a Whisktl the
railroads ae ftuif trasa.
adding ae" s
the people s o *
In Klwal tei lw 1 tKe tow'
are ma',taft e pI Mf wman&b
!t xI'e fr o eU,1r el OW Mg d
is the trade.
bottle of the
thetd d 0Cod ULver 0
preparation of the world.
Noditg equals It to build up
Un wevak and wased bodies
of young andold. Ai ew
sma 10Sk. S* d pow OW at owo
CO a rrM oww B 40e heast.. Y.
where ail prov~alon is made for their
comfort. This room is especially
patronized by ladies with children. It
is a good thing, and other towns
should follow their example.
The Masons of Quincy and Gads
den county are preparing for a big
day on the sixth of October. The
cornerstone for the new school will
be laid Ahen with impressive eere
monies. Grand Master Massey, Gow
ernor Gilchrist, Hon. W. M. Holloway,
State Superintendent of Public In.
struction, and others are expected to
be present for the occasion.
One of the largest sharks ever land-
ed at Knight's Key was hooked last
Tuesday by a carpenter named
Moore, and was landed with the aelst-
ance of a number of bystanders. The
shark was eleven feet eight inches
long and some two feet six Inches
through the body. It contained a
brood of forty young sharks, besides
other articles, such as bones, feathers.
AT THE CHURCHES TODAY.
Divine Servioes Will Be Held at All
Plises of Worship.
Services will be observed at the
various churches of the ci:y today as
First pbyterian Church, Rev. T.
P. Hay-Morning service 10:30 a. m.;
subject, "The Cross." The Lor6's
supper administered. Sabbath school,
3:30 p. m.; rally day exercise.
Evening service, 7:30 p. m.; subject,
-What Lack I Yet?"
Frst Baptist Church, Rev. J. J.
Olear-Usual Sunday services. No
Fimt Methodist Church. Rev. F. R.
Bridges-Bunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 1:"89 a. m. Epworth League
4 p. m. Evening service 7:30 p. m.
Advent Christian Charh, Elder J.
T. Johnson-Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:45 p. m. Subject for morning:
"In a Strait Betwixt Two and the
Cry for Help." Night subject:
"Working for God." Sunday school
10 a. n. At the conclusion of night
services the pastor will render his de-
eltao to the call of the church. Young
people's meeting at 7:16 p. m. Sun-
day school at 10 a. m.
Holy Trinity Church-Rev. C. TT.
Stout will preach at 10:30 a. m. sand
7:30 p. m.
St. Patrick's OCatholle Church, Rev.
P. J. Lyaeb-Mass will be held ar
o'clock a. m. Devotec of the HRly
Rosary will be at 4 p. m.
It is to time .t riddes Uiap w
aeldeat that CatberUala'se lialmeIt
ean be eled upon to take the C iee
a the S? doctaer, who esnet ml'
gvs to IIM at the memot. The*
K is that Chsatbrtela's Umiment is
- her-d wanting. la cease
m>>rWa 's Usalasat take oat the
*s m e rMvem away the pals.
me M-l d e - - -
- ~ rth atNo a w se W
the saw*no twa
pThy ow gase Aff -
S T9AT RADAOILO
~ OW ~ Ila~5ed o5e
Ir, mw Comm* d~r
NEWS OF CIT AND
Col. I. B. Webster returned yeater-
day from a busneas trip to points
sobth ln the Interest of the Dutton
W. N. Wilson has returned from an
extended trip through the West His
numerous friends will be pleased tO
learn that he Is much Improved In
Miss Hattie english of Tacoma was
a visitor to the city yesterday. She
was en route to her home from her
school In the northern part of the
W. W. Geiger of Micanopy was a
visitor here yesterday. He states
that all of the farmers are busy and
that makes other lines of business
good In his town. Large crops are
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wellington of
Jacksonville are In the city for a few
days on a abort visit to their son, Ed
Wellington, who Is connected with the
Diamond Ice Company in the capacity
Mrs. I& W. Denham, accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. Hodges of High
Springs, were In the city yesterday.
They were en route to Starke, where
they will join Dr. Denham for the
next .veral days.
A. M. Cushman. who has been at-
tending the Grand Lodge of Odd Pel-
lows which convened in Seattle.
Wash., returned to his home here yes-
terday. He reports a most pleasant
trip and a royal good time.
The pleasant purgative effect ex-
perienoed by all who 'tse Chamber-
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
the healthy condition of the body and
mind which they create, makes one
feel joyful. Sold by all druggists,
Mr. and Mrs. James LAvelace, who
have been absent for the past few
weeks visiting friends and relatives
In Alabama, returned to the city yee
terday for a short visit before pro-,
ceeding to their home at Clark.
Your cough annoys yo. Keep on
backing and tearing the delicate mem-
branes of your threat If tou want to
be annoyed. Rut If you want relief,
want to be cured, take Chamberlala's
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggts.
I. W. Phillips and family of *d-
mpnd, Oklahoma, are to the city on
a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Williams of ast Gainesville. They
are well pleased with what they have
seen o0m.he. J.ad may decide to
locate here permanently.
J. G. BevW the trucker of Arre.
doedo. was In the cit yesterday. He
says that the truckers are bey but
are experiencing a rather hard time
owing to the dry weather, which
makes it bad on growing and tiraM
planting of young vegetables.
Hoarseness n a child ebjeeh to
croup s a sure Indication of the 4
proach of the disease. If Chaumber
lain's Congh Remedy is gives at 4eae
after the croupy cough ha pere
it will prevent the attack. Coetale4
no poleson. Sold by all druggist. ,
W. H. Sheppard. a newspaper ma
of some note from Georgia, arrived
in the cety last sight on a short visit
with his friend. Dr. C. .. Carter of
at Gaseesvile. He has reently
disposed of his newspaper itetrest
anA will loeoae la Jacksovtile.
The New Yor Racket, PWMr W a.
saame e the ageas fer the B. P. it
palas, wibh are haded by them
in a shades Amdeelara If u are
.oteplatnamg maklag that bos e lask
mw again It weld be weD to see
them before aMkaNg the Ipie.
A aI received by fle esIM
Wes Adt0 Goe,. wh, ao apNdl
We time with a arty of at Idsm I
the West. maw 01 tha m Ise lI avI
a 4t deightfl timeN. er i a*
dress was at Oasend. Cal.. bat h
Wua" the seat dteags AM W M
be San Mrndism
o. w. Psywe m. e f the iW* t*sAm
tf the Wulssaeeti, wai a ler so
his asom wea a*
bte as to a
*~~soais an fted t e
"ome ugof th Nw aNwm
U. J. nommPrePANA W" ft
- -OW -ab oh. P!
we ae rm ekskhh-h Sb
Me S Uk bbst Mla ft"eto "a Tow
Fuhis-It Ika .. *I 1 01 d Leth.ftuh mo toIfts
hutmis hLot ubhIshiFm bhb.f
ITHE BAINEKILLE NATIONAL BANI
have been absent for the past few
weeks visiting their 'old home in Ver-
mont, returned home yesterday. Thb
is the Captaln's first vilt to his old
home for some years and he was de-
lighted to again meet his namerou
friends. They had a most delightful
trip and feel greatly benefited.
Lost-adles' solid gold hbntln,
ease, "'-else Walthamimovmeent
watch, with small scratched number
In back ase X 71T9; on fob was a
RandolphbMacen pin and half-dollar
charm. May have teen lost on
Reward for return of same to this
Wilson Company's new store have
a new announcement In this Issue of
The Sun to which the attention of
our readers is directed. Sines the
return of the management from the
markets they have added new depart-
ments to this well qppolate4 store
and are now enabled to take care of
a much larger trade. Read what they
have to say in their space. .
Wlder J. T. Johnson, pastor of the
Advent Christian church, has had the
call to the church here another y ar
under consideration for some time.
His year with the church expires at
the annual conference the Aret of
next math. He has pesouied to
render his decision at the conclusion
of the sermon tnulght. The r' ..ra
has prospered urder his care: at
eome fty have been added.
W. 3. High, a clever trav'hl.
*slemam who has had this terrain r
for the past ear nla the interest t
aboe hobes of Virgtia, It la the 1
for a short rest and isit with I
many friends. He is one of (th be
advertisements that Uala'svillle hal
for whle he has been here only
year he at once became so well pIWW
ed that he never falls to speak of
the city In the highest terms, always
sInging the pralses of slas"evltle ad
Id1 ashk here are a omeo sim
pie teaies lad tpeaable in every
fully. Among these. the epermee
ofr years aassree a us, ould be record.
e4 Perry Davis' Painkiller., br both
laternal a ad external applieftlo we
have found it of great vhlae; esp'al.
ly ea we recommend It for lds,
rhuumatlean or seab wouea.-Chris.
Dr. A. Dolan
Magnolia Hotel Oainesvill
...* J. DEMS ... i
ftyl Poe W ca3.
SIMI3* Wes" Main 4Stv 46 Gaseevob
Will Open Monday, Oak. 4, IWS
10084 W. us)* b.NPhow oft.
PHONB No. 9
We Make a Sp.olty of All
Clas. of Dray Work.
Better See Us First.
s. M. DAV IS
"OMd aud Wko h w N)i" "
U--VETY F FOIAFLOUDA TATE
An ltlaof tae 9!.-o ReekOI ell ow
WW"b 9U"MAFed FWA C0.1kmWithMat
wi Florw T ons X4& so"ueath.esu
no soomm inmstems to in9m o"W
w0 L L L MA doe Idss(
ft Aft WO"sAw AHodem
~emi. cae. uin MWoeas .s UL WA U*Si 0d POW
des-- Umin; avM A5IV ftd of0O
OMPOLV. A idwWhosiTM
cabws mftto ,
A. A. M eMdUM L, L.Ie': WA COWMA
Nshum umiI e fSlsh bu
Miss Tebeau's School
-mmmaI mao w ,n
8qOe S M,
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IMaiR QP ATtRACTIONS BOOK.
S"ib U.P TO PRESENT TIMIL
1I4ager MoCollum Has Joined the
' Southern Theatrical Circuit of
Klw a Erlanger.
The regular theatrical season for
esville will Open In this city at
SBaird on the 15th of thle month,
the reporter was Informed Satur-
y by Manager McCollum.
While he is young at the business
JPs already seoured a number of
clas attractions, having enlisted
th himself the Klaw & Erlanger
it, to secure ,only the very
of bookings for OGainesville.,
b lc he feels sure will, please the
October 15th he has for the
sng bill at this popular new play.
"St. hlmo," while among the
attractions that will be seon
I Coburn's Mistrols, "Meadow
i9rook Parm," Black Patti Compapy,
a Prince T Patohe," "A ldr
oi( Coyntry Klds," "A Kaniht for a
," "The Village Paron," "TThe
wGirl," "Little Mts Mufft,"
6 the Kennebec," "Out In Idaho,"
*lhen His Wife's Away,", and Geor.
The above are the bookings that
lMave hoen secured up to the pro-.
uat time, but they will be largely add-
,ed to within the next few weeks, as
aeon as the shows start South, and
0 he manager states that he will
experience no trouble In giving the
sphblo all of the attractions that wil
si A wanted for Gainesville.
It la the desire of Manager McCol.
t luta to secure Just what the peo.
r. want, and he would deeta it a
vor to have suggestions from the
at any time, for the place is
for the public, and not a disinter-
lllghtly Colder With neow.
..When you 0o that kind of weather
t you know that rheuaatism
Is i* at band. Get ready for
Ulpw by settns a bottle of Balard's
SLUniment Plaeset thin made
Ieumatism, ehblalins, frost bite,
s d sUE Jolite and muscles, all
p d pains. 2So, 5 and $1.00 a
S old by W. M. Johnaeon.
i (l Itam fIwdem
" = A IRt
ToWA INA b
you wouldn't, either. if you would *
ask your grocer for bread made T-
the Keystone Bkery. Seo that W
g Irooer doesn't try to sell you R.
"Just as good." J.
To our wagon stop at your home .I
t and be saUtoasled. Dr
rec klesluess of burchaslng real
state thbso little without first be.
iti thoroughly vpotted on It by an
Abstriwt an only be appreciated
when you have been "stuna" with a
' deectUve title'.
Why take such big chaees wheb
the coat of an Abstract is so small?
Our work to accurate always.
SLA M If n !KTUT mCL
M a aM
W o l ~
Cred by Lydia E Pink-
BalDmoreMd.- "Por four yean
imy fwadal Iryto me. Isffered
tas erribl s.
neoe, and tht all
gone feeling 7nMy
go0 c h. IM
hen tn o
Ui ke Lydft nk.
Me, of and o Ing It
o n wndelw and St, more, dth
hest mmeu remody In this
mre r wideu as a sed nan
any other female remedy. It has red
thousands of women woe been
troblted with diplei t
nation erloiraol tron
after all other mane bad nileny
If you're sufferaf m aof thes
ailmante, don't give up o utUlyo
bave awan Lydu 3I Flnkam'q V4&
tabbe o po at
t~~tM~dl 0 Ml4b 4
FOR SILVER SERVICL
iard of Trade Tal~s Aetion to 4s1
At the suggiesto of Mayor Davie,
a Oalnesillo Bard of Trdle have
ken up the matter of raising funds
r the purpose of a silver service for
o battleship Florida..
Parties. desring to contribute to
a fund can motify U .Hamptons
ho is semortary, and the amounts
Il be credited. Fllowlag is the
t of oomtributlona up to last night:
r. Hampton ...... ........ $ 6. $
L. Colson ................. 1.00
lelds Warren ................ 1.00
8. Chubb ................. 1.,00
IL Cannon = ............,. LO
B. Arnold .I................ 1.00
. Thoma. ................ 1.00
W. Hamptom Jr. ..... ...... LOO
D. TurnAr ,,.,...,..... LW
P. Robtuon ............... 1.0
R. Harpe ................. 10O
W. hand **......*......... LW
. H. Andersoa .............. 100
0. Zetrouer ................ 1.00
W. Blading ...............0 LOU
0. Baxter ..o.............. 1.
. 0*o. 8. Waldo ............ i.00
liter Bro .................. 1.00
o. K. Broome ............... 1.00
. H. Speneer ............ 1.00
an. Prank Clark ............. 1,.00
o. Olasa, High Sprlnpa....... LO.
Contributloes to the above fund will
irecet*ed from partle reasidtng at
y point In Aaebhua county. -
spread before you would do you no
good If you couldn't eat. What good
can food do a child when as soo as
It enters It's stomach It Is eaten by
worms. That's the reason your baby
is ailing. croas. pasty-faesd and thii.
Give It White's Cream Venrmifut It
will expel the worms and act as a tobic
for the child. iold by W. M. Johnoam.
The letrtie Theatre.
Th.* electric Theatre will provw
e*'ecltaly InteretIan dartng the com
Sag wek, for the management .
esw Voyle & MeOolihm. have soe
to the expeae of ewoerMt two of 4he
best vaudeville attraetlees to be
round. The rst e o wil be oa fr mi
Meaday to Wednesday aad the eeoad
fier Thursday until the lose of the
week. and It W rove laterestta 1"a
eo that auteed. The padres a
highly eiom di adl aseaM to -e
bPb 'e- w lh aOw" y has
soets. wi at -aS Try
S a mwatOMs a*s sa
r ~ftu by amub *"y m
Young Mea!f O* 194iQ 0 f*
Uterety st"doMt. &; ..
The yoeUI men o the Univrs
were teoden-d a very delighttl .
tormast)l hopVt the Elks' Club riday *
night. Mr. "lObes iand Mr Curry tu t*
Ished tie al Alc or thl ; hafpY 4
sion, which wages eOptionally
Fruit pune h wSas served a L
the eveit. About twenty
enjoye*4 th e o la ee of a b0od g p s
hour. Thw parent were Mle ts
Burkhbtm, *a.rs McCreiy dd 5
Medlin, Oo s Ptler, -cb 5r.tel
ton, 'Roe be Peditick, Wiltfret@#
rick, Fsaiil BDsldtm, Lutens, .a.h
well and MNO. A. Forsythe; NM -Ue
W. ShandW, hrita, Bels, TaWylor at
Gregory, Harper, Chapln, OiMi to.
Myers, Drawdy, Moody, Orahami. d. Dess.
kings, PUe,- Capplemas, C(j ai for e
Fuller, Omep. Meffert, triactelloW o
and others. t i s
"SILA0 RIOUCS006T ~ -
Aferaf eas.ep pe
ehespesi t on's so h
Mai "ar 546, along .t 0 Oilit,
Presnet PINeof sale 0411 w'W
have S u fted~bbts44
io Were nWS for silise. -
oia" eI- P i0A #116Fa
Is he best sa
so"s per esre. il;1st ta h4oli
*son so ut ovey 6a tjorn t -r* s1fmM
0*0" elin., kot ibr~hmbu~riw
Joe earnseethe grains of cos ts *"In v
there ans some ePOSeW verltlo"" of
Gore for silosloWhisk give betoee a
out&& Ihaqeomeos eat woi. Asseg
oboese u 904e Virginia .ellags 0
6iShai ourehao ispuoved O # he'. Po
ld, 'te. Virgia3s Z loom-
isesullar Title* .hlei makes he
qui*161of s611W. o6s 'eo" to fit.;
isb Is m~oe UMen they do my6i orhersn't
ae a beller inowsg. Ilka 111 foq
dot. 61*86Ways0s16ysso #be mat4SO, em
Is grofe very es11.
I had alosefteedIShtS Mag. 00,11
fat owehalr the expeite e 0i* feh.
I thought Is an exaggee'asll, boo it
is a teo". Beuidee"to is i will scores"
She produeesom afu4rn umm
The silo seggo~siasIs amaciPS.,
j)ots (or the she is proo"fitwho* is
"Aelosssmthy eaw austismaaas I is %
navied dire etil to ILe bairn, Itiqaaiea
ahepped do* VA logashied late a soall
pepse emd Is eu4t to r Noseamy 009.
A silo Is eqS aneapeasive thlAgto
build aid th.erI etoI* risk about got.
lion Duseup,. Aprtar~er arn sake
odlim tarfam hnd,"a&$ &fthiww
the viploatsse out by the Deparamems
uf Aspieuifwwto eveiesty"aor-A& am
1W them, buld a siteo S iswll preserve
allfe ePerlses~ly -AR1li: Williams, Id
mlesiah (N., 0.) Uhohereoive ftroor.
For Cliapped Skin..
Chapped skinwhether on the hands
Or face MaYbe o"rMdIn One nigh
by applying Chamnborlain's Sl WeT. L
Is, also seualedi for sorenipples.
burns and4sealja. For saleby all
IScome ardebSm in lA* Oft ans
WWV At *y6e olhe u~slb.ff3Itadv
desk be amits vcesse who in us
-460W ~CAPUOWS C tm .Sm ee"H
-%so Neormas I4eh.Trovlers'1
kleadueh and aches ern GrOftSlom
mh re a or f*%emal rbWLe
Owe who flies o B6, wahdsea
ca_ &. -& WetA _mdepsner-.= _
tk. Phone 2
lnds. 8end ~i
Sfor ale. e21,l
ville: Asziqwleledim shav* be*
'Sea~~~~ T..w, .1., agt
as iodf 1a msm'a Iwil -Wao e. o4s
.-hteaw euI'sreucs.owa-bobs gnow
"64Sn MarshA. if my",ctimumisthi"
in"U 6io 14 ~LI sk
U~mee*, H L 'YI.OWUWIL
IrepectfUly sannmouc myself a
eaa4mdfte wforCty marhlay#4t theo
dm1 slectlo to be hel an O*tober
duse onth & f theayci .le.1 mad
respeattful ow seitthe Tt"atesofmy
NM11wqM5m3, wo. mlaag ft e 1.sted,
to Perfo cm tedutiesf amteG4omm
without fartofavor. Otye ae your
.nppoetand You. Will never have,
.men to low -IL
CNAl KX D06
Cmid5 A9R I A
Isn't there mcthagwhisk e ly
At irs. Miermle Mlll!y, pa.
MM West Side coit H
a'S *~ 4,
r in Equity
~A~fk OLtit o W. FIE1I
tmaMI*p." 0qts, State med
mu -. -
bA k -A- -A I
at"" In the follteosing
Wmo t whst
' I I
l-T a. artist.
O m ogarag e. *.:
PN dftrin a ,
Te3 T anaurche.
SThre bakeries. L. R t
eTon phyoe shopli..1
SSix restauranto. r
One sed clabo p. F
s Board of Traod
r our s hoe. :: "
W Stat Un"verity. .
OmObalic Teupl. | ,k
m a Tw entry lawyers.
I IV Two ptnt shops.
Il tTowr contractors.
OMa bicycle shop. 3
r Two Ie" tc.nrlm.
[ Ux uIuI Mho91 ..6 ,
fsk One variety store.
S0t One public library. '
nalr Two wgon work.
wit Two planitan mCs.
no t Two racket store .
v,- Two lumber yard.
On marble work.
Irh wood yard.
city ire doetl room
wri, O s *xpres offloe.
PFTree mAI delivery.
r, t Pofur beef markets.
mea Wight barber shops.
me Two public schools.
utl- Two musto house. '
la. & telephone sy mom.
SInt Two baberda!bers.
rifl Two abstract ofoe.
rif Pour presing clubs.
ee hTwo macbin hop
lage Two bhottling e
Jt x boardll bouses.
MU One Catholic Ohurb.
[x. A military company.
Othin Three jewelry atres.
In One pbosphat0 of1e.
ug. t One Chineee laundry.
MY One Christlan church.
bye beds, I
It a most sttra
a6 I a~~~rrv
b e hutub
Two ligar mTelud
Pour real estate ars.
Volunter Sre dpartmet
Several number soagMies.
Tt're Metbod" helrutes.
A brass bend eheams
One semi-weekty newspaper
Five life insurance ageneles.
Two etler nmuetore.
Ptve are MIhera a dflea.
o iery nd feed stablee.
A e tead ben ket dttory.
One l' Clu b relag room.
Hardwood If Pnt
Aritosttnral permat Staiom.
The Dioeian Esk oo of lorida.
Plorida Winter Me Omafteroe.
Five drgesma emtablishmeett.
NatUonal Od 1Iw* sa8tarlu m.
Three udertaklgt esltbtlshments.
Two f the best hotels ta the
Two wholefale gs a msad ed
Two wholesale grocery etablish
Water "that has made Oalsesvtce
The &Weet opea hobue I the at
eutMide of JaetaoMivlle
A Government bulldlno now belni
erected o ooest when completed
Uarpeoters, mason plasterar
0OsdW-:-A. W. VWOiahvhTaft:~
Oamrqr..LC. Crum 2wb~r
?msaeerw-~W.V. l^ sTtflah
Rahirod commissD- s4 1
son Bur. Cbarma ;Newto' A.
aUteb, IbyalC. Domn. Qw T est
secretary. All euauuuime *W**aheI
be adrssemd to Tallahassee'
modetof theSmafte-P. U&Lfin
Olek sad AMk*h-4. 3.Wiesge
- Uu M bL P e tatmob ctc-br. a. IL
SbrB-P. 0 RMWsI, Glntb ifle
Onuaty Jadge-IL (L Magos, Oubes
'Tm -Nouw -iW. W. CWPW s. Ge
Viz Ocfletu'.--W. t I kkmas.
Tvessurw"-J D.hlatheum, G&aWns
-rl.-h~~ a, aI J L~J~L~J
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 busil
In the added business it brinp,
in the complete IatW on you
al l sending out noe to
stationery, and its first e a
soon on the edit aidofd the
ldger. Good printing bsw
membered long after the pri
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SU - *A 4% *o
Yo l ork To THE SUN JOB OkPIO and b -nvhoIed
'~~~~~~j O d M dMw- r* *" *< 'I NO* .Aft
'.,'. ; 'n..
#' Cave, I
d flnest 1h
d is real*
ve at boo
s In VA
set with A,.
en and the
JC -h -r , ~Jer-,,_Y
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TPz olleetarL1. fm^a Dl~
W.LOne d rasu 0.-A. ah
land, S. A.. Oan4wim.
Dininof fImbueWurks-4. I3 "p
Iwo Obslt,u; W. W. M3~tm ejin
W o I I N V 6 %Is B@3. 5., -
ous an W s. meem ~g
Its bidsiwabthuVW *6 1
soft" 7 aS
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.Io.< a- -- ", -0 1 +" + i ,. |
tga;.. nrtk. Iu-ta thbi e =lleade y t . .... ,
H. o*t sad n clen s of Ar1.
dood were ia tit*,-dtt-
an MReade"Kda Mob,1106004,to., -We- -
Nipper o wbrry w a i Have cretyou arranked with the Ko n
tXo Wthe ety yestIrday. Klean Kiub to pre.s your st nt
Mrs. J. cln cean and p good. k? Phone 40.
-Klean Kib. Pon 40. Xma oodn and handopapehectin a*
OL J. A. Robo h and wife of t be follow at The Bsai
70olal Shem of 08 *. erowd-4-t will lend yei' straight to !I![ .--4
P. ayNip wPr bry was a visH- WHe aoue ag eSd with m Reome Ple aP A o >t
rtog th e e estSrday. Klean Kluab to press your sauit next
We i ele a clean and press lood. week? Phone W40.il M uo ""i"8+
lt a ub. Ph e40. 40. ome Kad hand-pa te u..
J;.hbe 340 and har e us onet your w. .Tbe hoaad TheofWBnd" -
isndor were la the it y Koer sw; this week onlx, hope them. the
Hig-moass the hoppe latin the Ba i nd B ay nihBl t J. A. shadrie k a ome ra
rday .,s. Prieba 10 ands- r o In& We haktheor--o.-woen
sam-obt"L-- a ".. ING -
U.ty yeArsterday. t,.o" the Baird Theatre. Dout fal to QIo on
.... bm me at te re Bran to.H where nvryt.,g is claedelm. Wh ih-Will be Abnounod Fromi 4
S K0.Mi Paan ha ene o under direct management of Klb. ,y ac-
k, 'Phone 340 and lhve us got yo1r 3. 1. Trl i sand wifo, of Wlnd ---
to prto a anext sk, Kome .were,..r o-oppe ''sIa the
Klb. fl f an ded v isil t to Aesville yestr-
Mrs. E. J. Waldron of r Miami, day.
as mon the shoppers, visiting the Wo adsy n eght J. A.l8hadeie am", li li s*o
My-yesterday..t the Baird Theatre. Do.fad toINC
L0 dl--Let a clesa sad press at a* him--nthe best ever. it and c30 etyle
Wdert or sit next week. K coets. C h.
ro e _edan 1o T, the uis ones. to e ad-iited with th e f thi great value.
rated sonlye and pctuream, at the .. BmuchtoMd T oheatr MondayW n w- ti -*
lake. Ta Md ted L C. cn ite.o yeawin Miami, Fla., illingD aPrrsviog daily 0
and 30 -entoo. al.o eoy the plctres and tlius o treated .
un trip to Ne y and otr attend annal fal'l and Boswinteron- Our stock isatolutely nw and style
Sad the haer dmT. h mrpl d L r C. sith.. dualityand with all this weL$ spi i W I TI corps
sa o ma eonresct, at o U e ones to n es otrm mers usy preparing for this grt enit. Value.
Rion h and s ne, ate l a the st ty Baird T ut" Mo.day. .
theatre monday night.'Prioom, nlh ,Hesto sa"good one." Thir w.I New Suits and Dresef arriving daily.
anyd 0ye eots to also enjoy e pt M an d W. ilrae '
Sfsaess trip t South aNwb nevlle. Cro-ye annutralhtenell and wall ter
So rnnmatt a cone ductd with his ollnera op eye trounlet Wedache and
-I tU. marsha r- day esd ho od m se hithout dru7-
W. T. o ieardson ast erivd lay fofl 1 .stylish. am inh
Wir Yeedy tord t spend und tay. ower. Mrs. B r I n de.. .. a ... .i.. ..,,
is now runnis as cductor on forIs of ee trouble heada e and -
IAset Le nervousns overcome without drop-,.
Sfll and winter nlinery open or operation. See Dr. Armstron at
a row House Oct. 5th.-one day only. H
dislmday, October wth atnds t. Don't faol to o Shadrok 7 .. ----I n"h h e
W. lorae. night The will son be LmUNud .
S er cen ,OWL .TIONAI.. ,4 1 tak. Inquire this on ims qulla- Ap*toJ. A. Phifer.
Msen. the Woa's mu to mpa..M MUSIC, VoW and lInstrumental, "pA "r 75 .. OMt ni to rent near
Consomme ala Du&hease UniaV will b held at the room, 10? neeno n "A mos.
tat Brook Trueat W. Court st reeMMonday Loo oe kcohapoh"o.fPitt&. room; dining-.
S Partelee Potatoes at I0 o!0001 All ladle ordly AO 8HAN r 08 for setti1ala Teleraph office
Sitry iloed Tomato" ied. The annual election of A I al few ane cockerels for sale at C. --
St" m Mangoes ee witl lid at this meng. A or m. J.Mom hon's. PORI ______ In South Gaines-
NMw Radtishes W or eeo house: oton. Apply
a l w of Beef Oyster Sauce aperlnt4ent A. L. lass of the muat be c la st and sa 4l rble Io- FOR lAL-L4t 1001l5 feet corner at,~ n ctn. Apply
I11 4 Capon with Powl Dresing T. & J. railway las hut reeelved for cation. P:elo wanted Nov. 1. Weet Main 'pd Boundary treets. '^- -- -
?Caowith Fowl DressingT,1O, J. pl i a m cottages
SCranberry Sauee his own prvnap us a hoandome new Adrees P. 0. Box 14. OGainesvlle, alf a. ban on own tew 3. KMMT-Three sx-oom cottages
SBreaat of VLI motor oar. Tb mlne w b w ell ebe Ws.4 Fi .ith per ei-t aIntret & ElL K S VAedwa taIprovements in
Orooa Pen i by hl is eO be olleol ~iIwt to -* ---- MoCretry. .I ; 10nlonth. Gainea-
,lsgnet Boufflee ala Vanilla aent polnts on the road snd will prow SAVE MONWY-* your old men's .. .. .O
fimaa Corn Pone a srnt eavenience in the transection shoe. ead postal r to Morris FOR SALBE-One DeLoach Oriet Mi. -ll T- P .r cottge next
f ^ Craimed Mushrooms of ble bes s. G toh Wet U berty tMret, ear -M*b Vigilea stone, Mewer with F0R .8 % e-room cottage next
O w Spinach Mashed PotatoeMiLis his we desire to 311 1ekr 1ka* Wha' Club, City. Ftattolasa shoe belter and elevators complete. Por to 5eqare; eleettie lghts, bath, sew-
em Spiach Mahed R Pot toesa to e reg tal yel roatte- repairing i peaty. Ifofmation ad$ie Spring Park ergo sad all moes omveniences.
or.mo reein. oe .. .. Appl, at Gas osen.
(Salmon Based) tna, which will occur at our partors ast W .W. Hampto rat.raed yes - ..,...
German Apple Roll on next Wed esday and Thulrday, to tgqria from a shoet biasness visit to Tiima IS NO GAMU L4AW against AC M APARTMNW HOTEL, Jack-
Pineapple fee Cream which the publl1 is cordlall ,lavlted. O ayone hunting .lank's Chill Tantc. lonlills V* *. lmasn Manager.
Its Florida Oranges Raidna We expect to show you khe very latest. J. F. Hill and family are spehdin art to cure malaria, Nie*, ma ittabl teems at reason-
leed Jer.e. Milk. and some are bargains and styles SJnday with Mr. and Mrs. p. n chills and fever. Price 35 oets per able rates. Roomers wanted by day
Tea Coffee await your lapection. Mrs. 8. W. Chtty atw M r, n opy bottle. Ask W. M. Johnon, be or week. las semnable
Dinner 1:30 to :30 lGndprobly know.
Mtu Dorla BIlls left yesterday WApNTb-MALno_ HaLP.
for Cedar K.y, to *pend a short while WA HTrP, M A Mbr re
.I thee as the guest of relatives. T.______ WATD-Me to _lar rber trade;
'hS T F Ill footwea r for Forida Women LOaT-ladies' 01 goild huntieg. w tork wthin h real poorl W
^ l .and Miss. is all the best and newest ._. ,__-.0. wp
T'-- --s ,,a a ,,,, .w.. , ....SK rI l *oo- an .s raa,11 ha- Iw n Clan plA;
shoe departanmt. wach w ted amber wsh $ vwekly; won-
A Solid Carload of the Famous MNy and w --returnedr a
t caroa last nIght fr Lake Bt er. whee ae harm.War a May hae n loma0 K Mcr Barb ro
AC O SITH ent sidewalks. "ne Mvlle R11helle.bMiranopyr14
It. T. Schafer. the baker, h.oas a ed11111111M
JACK ON eb SMITHanse of advert8 e kent Ian this Issu
BARNESVILIE BUG 1ES "o" ur rvr'se dtd "', l fr nH- U",
"I'myofEor JohSae 'sOpera H
We luy in car lots so as to get a better pico and give No Moy even t." Pr wbatr
our customers the advantage of it. Call on us "Why. to se kob*erta usual CoMedy
when in need of a Buggy. o. The admison Is early ie."
Cl .erk S H. WIenWe sa3 J. A. Deal
Crawford Da i a .. t. hNs o"t" 0i
OA1wherthey'weow a ft," als s" -
I t a pwrpoof briagl over a Capital, $100,000.00 4
IBw-@ of nI --'--r -" -reams Mb a" Cbt *V "
The pIH at the s r Tb We taw. ple a ie l -
fti mw nig-.t e6d me: p.. eo *' Ud
T M """ "oMbo e mmt. ls4 ssad l4OdleeemU411t ih K U ..
Phifer n ros. -* in k ers *,2 7.L b .. .., a m .4
Alelll lr 0em P Xa. ILf TS .l